Personal papers comprised of letters, articles and printed items relating to John Hardy, Sen. Jacob Javits, John F. Kennedy, Robert Lax and Thomas Merton, John S. Monagan, Raymond Roseliep, and Mark Van Doren.
The papers of Rodney Loomer Mott span the years 1942 to 1946 when he served in Berlin as Deputy Chief of the Public Finance Branch of the Office of Military Government for Germany, U.S. Zone (OMGUS). The papers comprise an interesting collection of legal, military, and personal documentation of Germany's financial status and subsequent reorganization by the Allies after the war. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid to the collection.
Articles, correspondence, notes, and manuscripts relating to Dr. Albert Plesman (1889-1953), Dutch pioneer in aviation and founder of KLM, the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name. Includes a carbon copy of typed manuscript of Plesman's autobiography; "Wither Civilization," a typed manuscript by Plesman; a photograph of a bust of Plesman; and a group photograph of Plesman with Mayor of Sydney, Australia, Ernest C. O'Dea (b. 1889-1976).
The Rudolf Allers papers consist of 51 copies of 25 pamphlets by Allers on psychiatry and philosophy arranged in 25 folders in two boxes.
The Taraknath Das Papers are contained in the John J. Meng Papers. Other papers from the Taraknath Das Foundation, as well as correspondence between Meng and Das, are also located in the Meng papers. Material in this collection span the years 1932 to 1940 and relate to Das' work "Indien in der Weltpolitick." Manuscripts for articles and papers by Das are included.
Pamphlets, printed documents, transcripts, maps, and newspaper clippings assembled by Robert Woods Bliss. The material pertains chiefly to the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, with a number of the documents dealing specifically with Russia. Bliss (1875-1962), career diplomat, was stationed at the American embassy in Paris as secretary and counselor from 1912-1920.
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