Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary
Biographical/Historical Note
Arrangement
Index Terms
General Notes
Administrative Information
Container List
CORRESPONDENCE AND OTHER PAPERS
Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers box 1
Incoming/Outgoing: ERB Employment by the IBRD box 1
Incoming: to ERB During His 1960 Hospitalization at the Mayo Clinic, With His Replies box 1
Incoming: Letters of Congratulation to ERB On His Becoming Senior Vice President of Chase National Bank box 2
Honorary Degrees box 2
Official Travels box 5
Speeches, Excluding Printed Editions box 3 and 4 1947-
Military Service of ERB ???? cannot find
SCRAPBOOKS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, CLIPPINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS BOUND ITEMS
MEMORABILIA, INCLUDING GIFTS FROM STATES AND DIGNITARIES, ART OBJECTS AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS
Memorabilia, Art Objects, and Decorative Objects
Commemorative Medals
DECORATIONS OF HONOR
UNFRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS
FRAMED MATERIALS AND PLAQUES maybe part box 6?? box 8??
Framed Materials and Plaques
Certificates for Honorary Doctorates
PRINTED WORKS BY OR ABOUT EUGENE R. BLACK
Printed Works by Eugene R. Black
Printed Works About Eugene R. Black (Excluding Clippings)
SHAKESPEARE COLLECTION last part box 2
Editions of William Shakespeare's Works
Printed Works About Shakespeare and His Writings
Miscellaneous Shakespeare Material
Shakespeare Anniversary Exhibition box 2
OTHER BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
Printed Works by and About Honoré de Balzac
Books and Pamphlets on Economic Affairs and Other Subjects
FURNITURE
unknown
BOX LIST for INVENTORY CONTROL- by DM
Eugene R. Black papers

Eugene R. Black papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Black, Eugene R., (Eugene Robert), b. 1898
Title: Eugene R. Black papers
Dates: 1917-1974
Quantity: 45.0 Linear feet (9 boxes, 2 half boxes, 20 oversized boxes, 11 cartons, 14 oversize folders A, 3 oversize folders B)
Abstract:The collection consists of the papers of Eugene Robert Black from 1917-1974. The papers include correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, records relating to his travels, and printed materials by or about Black. The papers pertain mainly to his work at the Chase National Bank, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), and as an international economic advisor.
Coll. Number: ms1108.TEMP

Biographical/Historical Note

Eugene Robert Black (b. 1898), banker, President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) from 1949-1963, and international economic advisor.

Eugene Black, grandson of Henry W. Grady, founder-editor of The Atlanta Constitution and distinguished Southern leader, and son of Eugene Robert Black, former member of The Federal Reserve Board, was born in Atlanta, Georgia and graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from the University of Georgia. After serving in the United States Navy during World War I, he began his distinguished career in the financial world with Harris, Forbes and Company, an investment house that, in 1933, became part of The Chase National Bank. Mr. Black advanced through posts of increasing responsibility, becoming a Vice President of the bank in 1937.

In 1947 he was named the United States Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The World Bank, as it is commonly called, had been established at the Bretton Woods monetary conference in 1944 as an autonomous international organization for the purpose of providing loans to member nations to aid them in recovering from the effects of the Second World War and to promote economic growth.

In 1949 Mr. Black returned to The Chase National Bank but almost immediately was called back to the World Bank as President and Chairman. With Mr. Black as its leader, the bank became a potent force in the international community and in the continuing development of the world economy. Simultaneously, he served as President of the International Development Association and the International Finance Corporation. Through these institutions, and Mr. Black's striking success in introducing World Bank bonds to the leading financial markets of the world, private and public capital was mobilized on an international basis and channeled into productive projects in the developing countries for power, transportation, agriculture, communications, industry and other essential purposes. Mr. Black also made invaluable contributions in leading the World Bank Group to a vital role as mediator and conciliator in the peaceful settlement of intense international controversies, of which the dispute over compensation for the nationalization of the Suez Canal and the dispute between India and Pakistan over the division of the waters of the Indus River System are well-known examples. Combining a banker's prudence with a statesman's vision, and smoothing the way with unfailing Southern charm, Mr. Black built a bridge of development and trust between the world of private finance and the emerging nations and became a symbol of international cooperation for the common good.

When he retired from World Bank activities in January 1963, Mr. Black no doubt assumed that his life would be less hectic, but it was not to be. As a reflection of the business world's esteem for him, he was elected to the Boards of some of the nation's most important firms, including The Chase Manhattan Bank, Royal Dutch Shell Company, International Telephone & Telegraph Company, The New York Times, F. W. Woolworth Company, Cummins Engine Company, American Express Company, and The Howmet Corporation, of which he was recently named Chairman of the Board. Mr. Black has also served as President of the American Shakespeare Festival and on the Boards of a large number of other organizations devoted to the material and spiritual betterment of man, such as the Ford Foundation, The Johns Hopkins University, the Brookings Institution, Project Hope and the Population Council.

Governments of the World have also called on his time and talents. Mr. Black has been the Special Financial Consultant to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Financial Advisor to the Sheik of Kuwait, and has served the Government of the United States in many capacities. Of particular note has been his service as Special Advisor to the President for Economic and Social Development of Southeast Asia since 1965. Surely, few men in our time have carried heavier or more significant political and economic responsibilities.

As might be expected, Mr. Black has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including honorary degrees granted to him by colleges and universities in this country and in other lands, but he is in all probability unique in receiving degrees from Harvard, Princeton and Yale in a single year. In 1969 he was given the Medal of Freedom, the highest honor that the United States can grant to a civilian.


Arrangement

Arranged by record type.


Index Terms

Bankers--United States.
Banks and banking, International.
Chase National Bank of the City of New York.
Speeches.
World Bank.

General Notes

Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project: A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Eugene R. Black papers. MS 1108. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series 1: CORRESPONDENCE AND OTHER PAPERS

Box 1-
BoxFolder
11-22



Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers box 1

Papers (five items) related to contract to purchase bonds of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Colorado River Water Works, 22-23 June 1938
Letter (photostat of transcription of excerpts), Per Jacobsson to [Mr. Burgess], 12 December 1946
A.L.s., (pencil draft), E. R. B. to "Jack,", 25 July 1947
Letter (typescript copy), E. R. B. to "Dunny,", 27 July 1948
Invoice, Estate of Gabriel Wells. Plus two other items related to purchase of books and prints, 5 January 1951
T.L. (carbon), M. E. Linahan to Maurice Couderc. Plus two related pieces concerning E. R. B. and the Société des Amis d'Honoré de Balzac. Plus two printed items, 3 November 1955
T.Memo (copy), U.S. Department of State memorandum of conversation on financing the High Aswan Dam, 16 November 1955
T.L.s., Lawrence Langner to E. R. B. Plus four related pieces, including Langner's transcript proposal for a "solution to the Arab-Israel problem in the Middle East.", 7 August 1957
Transcript (carbon), of E. R. B.'s affidavit submitted in behalf of Janusz Zoltowski, Houston, Texas. Plus three related pieces, 12 February 1958
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Howard C. Drake. Plus two pieces of related correspondence, 2 June 1958
T.L.s., Malcolm MacDonald to E. R. B. Plus T.L. (carbon), reply, 7 October 1958 8 October 1958
T.L.s., James C. H. Anderson to E. R. B. Plus three pieces of related correspondence and four photographs, 11 August 1959 ( 8" by 10" )
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Malcom Muir. Plus eight items of related correspondence concerning Newsweek interview and an annotated photocopy of printed article, 29 October 1959
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to John M. Hamilton. Plus three items of related correspondence, 26 January 1960
T.L.s., Harold Graves to E. R. B. Plus three related items of correspondence and one clipping, 6 May 1960
Transcription of news report, 1961?
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Brooks Emeny. Plus two items of related correspondence, 4 January 1961
T.L.s., Myron M. Cowen to E. R. B. Plus typescript copy of draft of bill to establish Foreign Service Center in Washington, D. C., 10 January 1961
T.L.s., Joyce Large to Constance Ladue. Plus four other items concerning photograph of E. R. B., 20 July 1962
T.L.s., C. F. Parry to E. R. B. Plus certificate of election to The Athenaeum, 15 January 1962
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to W. O. Boschen, 22 June 1962
T.L. (photocopy of carbon), E. R. B. to Lyndon B. Johnson. Plus T.L.s. (photocopy), L. B. J. to E. R. B., 9 April 1968 12 April 1968
BoxFolder
123-49



Incoming/Outgoing: ERB Employment by the IBRD box 1

T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Arthur W. McCain, 17 March 1947
T. Memo (carbon), Mr. Hooker to Mr. D. Crena de Longh, 17 March 1947
Receipt, General Accounting Office, 17 March 1947
T. Memo, initialed, Harry S. Truman to E. R. B., 2 related items, 2 April 1947
T.L. (copy), John W. Snyder to E. R. B. Plus another copy, and a transcription of a news article, n.d., 20 January 1949
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to John W. Snyder, 25 January 1949
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to The President. With T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to John W. Snyder, 24 June 1949 24 June 1949
Telegram (confirmation copy and duplicate). 2 related items, 18 May 1949
Employment agreement (typescript), 28 June 1949
Typescript (carbon), IBRD Executive Directors Resolution 108, 28 June 1949
T.L.s., Harry S. Truman to E. R. B., 30 June 1949
T.L.s., John Snyder to E. R. B., 30 June 1949
Certificate, IBRD Staff Retirement Plan, 1 July 1949
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Morton M. Mendels, 8 July 1949
T.Memo (carbon), E. R. B. to Mr. Poore, 10 October 1949
T.Memo (carbon), E. R. B. to Mr. Poore. Plus four other items, 6 November 1951
re moving expenses.
Identification and Personnel Data form (carbon). Plus draft version (typescript), 7 May 1953
U.S. Civil Service routine loyalty investigation report (copy), 18 September 1953
Employment Agreement re expenses (typescript). one item, 21 June 1956
Employment Agreement re pension (typescript), 21 June 1956
Employment Agreement (typescript), 24 June 1958
T.Memo (copy), IBRD Executive Directors Agenda, 14 November 1960
Employment Agreement re salary. Plus carbon of memo, M. M. Mendels to Mr. Howell, 14 November 1960 15 November 1960
T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to E. G. Bliss. 2 attachments, 26 April 1962
Typescript, notes re financial arrangements, 27 August 1963
T.Memo (carbon), 27 November 1962
T.Memo. Plus stub from final IBRD paycheck, 3 January 1963
BoxFolder
150-56



Incoming: to ERB During His 1960 Hospitalization at the Mayo Clinic, With His Replies box 1

Abs, Hermann J. Radiogram, Frankfurt, Germany. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 25 August 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Ahmed, Aziz. T.L.s., Washington, D. C., Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 15 August 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Aldewereld, Mr. and Mrs. Siem. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 16 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Aldrich, Harriet. A.L.s., Dark Harbor, Me., Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 18 August 1960 15 September 1960 (3 p.) (1 p.)
Alexander, Henry. T.L.s., New York, 16 September 1960 (1 p.)
Alexander, Janet. A.L.s. Chatham, Mass., Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 13 August 1960 15 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Ali, Amjad. A.L.s., London. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 26 August [1960] 24 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Alican, Ekrem. Cablegram, Ankara. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Alphand, Hervé. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 31 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Anderson, Robert B. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 15 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Ansiaux, Hubert. T.L.s., Brussels. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 22 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Barr, Joseph. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 14 September 1960 (4 p.) (1 p.)
Basyn, Thomas. T.L.s., Brussels. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 22 August 1960 24 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Baumgartner, Wilfrid. A.L.s., [Paris]. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn. and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 30 August 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Biggs, William R. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 29 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Blessing, Karl. Telegram, Frankfurt, Germany. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 22 August 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Bloch, Kurt. A.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 19 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Bowles, Chester. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 16 August 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Brand, Vance. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Broches, A. Autograph note on card, signed, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 31 August 1960 15 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Broyles, Edwin N. T.L.s., Baltimore. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 21 September 1960 24 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Buccino, Dominick P. Autograph note on get-well card, signed, n.d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Burgess, W. Randolph. T.L.s., Paris. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 1 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Bush, James Smith. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 7 September 1960 14 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Cain, Charles, Jr. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 22 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Camacho, Agnes and Jose. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 19 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Carrillo Flores, Antonio and Fannie. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 8 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Cavanaugh, Robert and Ruth. Card accompanying flowers. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 14 September 1960 (1 p.)
Chagla, M. C. Autograph note on calling card accompanying flowers. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Cigliana-Piazza, Doria. A.L.s. enclosing Giorgio Cigliana-Piazza's T.L.s. Both stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 15 September 1960 22 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Clark, Jack. A.L.s., Winston-Salem, N. C. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 30 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Cope, S. Raymond. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 17 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Costello, Jean. T.L.s., Dallas. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 12 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Craft, Robert H. A.L.s., [to Mrs. E. R. B.], New York, "Wednesday." Stapled to reply [E. R. B. ], T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 23 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Day, William L. T.L.s., Philadelphia. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 8 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Demuth, Richard. A.L.s., Bermuda. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 21 August [1960] 22 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Desai, Morarji. T.L.s., New Delhi, and a note on card accompanying flowers. Both stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 23 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Dillon, Douglas. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 29 August 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Dorr, Russell H. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 8 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Douiri, M'hamed. T.L.s., Rabat, Morocco. Stapled to a typewritten English translation, and to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 7 September 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Draper, William H. Jr. T.L.s., Palo Alto, Calif., Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Dunn, Richard P. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August [1960] 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Dunstan, E. Fleetwood. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to gift card, signed, and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 25 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Eisenhower, Dwight D. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to envelope and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 18 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Franco Holguin, Ernesto. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 26 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Freeman, Helen. A.L.s., Cedarhurst, N. Y. n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Frère, Maurice. T.L.s., Brussels. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Fulbright, J. William. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L., (carbon), 22 August 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Garland, J. M. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 6 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Garner, Lillian. Autograph note on get-well card, signed. n. d. Stapled to typescript, "Brays From the Bleachers," by Angus Sinclair, and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 14 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Gates, Thomas. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 24 August 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Glassmeyer, Edward. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 18 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Gragnani, Carlo. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 24 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
[Graves, Harold]. Gift card. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Gulhati, N. D.T.L.s., 1p., Washington, D. C., Stapled to card accompanying flowers, and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 5 September 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.)
Gunesekera, D. C. T.L.s., Colombo, Ceylon. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 1 September 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Hall, Perry. T.L.s., New York, 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Haskell, Broderick. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 18 August [1960] 22 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Hayes, Alfred. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 6 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Heurtematte, Julio. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 23 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Hirata, Keüchiro. T.L.S., Tokyo. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 5 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Hoar, Stanley. A.L.s., Northwood, Middlesex, England. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 9 August 1960 22 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Hoffman, Dolly. A.L.s., Far Hills, N. J., 18 September [1960] (3 p.)
Hoffman, Paul G. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 26 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Holt, Harold. T.L.s., Canberra, Australia. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 17 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Holtrop, M. W. T.L.s., Amsterdam. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 26 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Hongladarom, Sunthorn. T.L.s., Bangkok. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 5 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Horie, Shigeo. T.L.s., Tokyo. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 3 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Howell, Clark. T.L.s., Atlanta. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Howell, William F. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 29 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Isoda, Yoshisuke. T.L.s., Tokyo. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Jacobssen, Per. Radiogram [to Mrs. E. R. B.], aboard the S. S. Queen Elizabeth. Stapled to reply [E. R. B.], T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Kamel, Mostafa. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 17 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Kennedy, Jeanne and Donald D. Autograph note on get-well card, signed, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Kennedy, John F. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to card accompanying flowers from Sen. and Mrs. Kennedy, and to reply, T.L. (carbon), 18 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Khosropur, A. A. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 17 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
[Klein, Julius. Correspondence not present.] Reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Knox, William E. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Krishna Moorthi, C. S. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Langner, Lawrence. Telegram, Bridgeport, Conn., and T.L.s., Stratford, Conn. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 1 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (2 p.) (1 p.)
Larre, Rene. A.L.s., s p., Paris. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 1 September [1960] 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Lazarus, Arthur. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 20 September 1960 24 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Lee, Kan. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 23 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Leib, George. A.L.s., s p., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 13 September [1960] 16 September 1960 (1 p.)
Lejeune, Michael. Autograph note on postal card, signed, Santa Barbara. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 24 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Leon, René. A.L.s., s p., Princeton, N. J. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.)
LeRoux, Yann. A.L.s., Paris. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 9 September 1960 1 October 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Lieftinck, Pieter. Cablegram, Amsterdam. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 25 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Lilienthal, David E. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 8 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Linen, John S. A.L.s., West Orange, N. J. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 12 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Lloyd, John Selwyn Brooke. T.L.s., London. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 30 August 1960 15 September 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Maher, Agnes. Autograph note on get-well card, signed, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Mankabadi, Albert. Cablegram, Cairo, Egypt. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn. and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 6 September 1960 24 September 1960 13 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Martin, William McChesney. T.L.s., Washington, 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
McCaw, Wallace, Jr. A.L.s., Diamond Point, New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 1 p., Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 15 September 1960 (2p.) (1 p.)
McKitterick, Nathaniel. T.L.s., 1 p., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 17 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Mehta, G. L. T.L.s., Bombay. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn. and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 25 August 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Mejia Palacio, Jorge. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Metzger, Ralph A. T.L.s., Cincinnati. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 12 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Miller, Madeline. A.L.s., [to Mrs. E. R. B.], Paris. Stapled to calling card of John Duncan Miller, with autograph note signed "Johnnie," and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 18 August [1960] 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
[Mizuta, Mikio.] Card accompanying flowers. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Morton, William H. T.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Nehru, Jawaharlal. Telegram, New Delhi, and T.L.s., New Delhi. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 11 August 1960 12 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Nichols, "Bernie" (Mrs. T. S.). A.L.s. [to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. B.], East Hampton, N. Y. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 17 August [1960] 15 September 1960 (4 p.) (1 p.)
Nikezié", Marko. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 16 September 1960 1 October 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Oberoi, M. S. T.L.s., Delhi. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 11 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Ohta, Risaburo. T.L.s., Tokyo. Stapled to card accompanying flowers, and to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 3 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Olson, (Miss). A.L.s. [to Mrs. E. R. B.]. Newspaper clipping enclosed, 15 September [1960] (4 p.)
[Pakistan. President. See Ahmed, T.L.s., above.] Reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 14 September 1960 (1 p.)
Parker, Newton. A.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 25 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Peck, Hoyt. Autograph note on get-well card, signed, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Perry, G. Neil. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Platzer, Wilfried. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 26 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Prud'homme, Hector. A.L.s., Martha's Vineyard. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 4 September 1960 16 September 1960 (5 p.) (2 p.)
Rajaptirana, D. W. T.L.s., Colombo, Ceylon. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn. and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 31 August 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
R. A.L.S., Ottawa, 20 September 1960 (7 p.)
Reed, Joseph Verner. T.L.s., Paris. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 1 September 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Rist, Leonard. A.L.s., Washington., and A.L.s. [to Mrs. E. R. B. ], Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 12 August 1960 12 August 1960 22 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Robinson, James D., Jr. T.L.s., Atlanta. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Saks, Julien M. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 7 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
—E. R. B.'s. T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
thanks for two books sent
Samuels, Nathaniel. A.L.s., Falmouth, Mass. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Schneider, Jorge. A.L.s., Bethlehem, Pa. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 22 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Schwarzenbach, Ernest B. A.L.s., New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 30 August 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Skinner, David. A.L.s., New York, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (3 p.) (1 p.)
Starr, Edward, Jr. A.L.s., Philadelphia. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August [1960] 23 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Stephenson, Ed. Telegram, New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 17 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Street, Gordon. A.L.s. Stapled to response, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 9 September [1960] 15 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Stubbs, Cornelia. A.L.s., Atlanta. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., and to two newspaper clippings, 15 August 1960 14 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Suzuki, Gengo. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 24 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Szymczak, M. S. T.L.s., Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 6 September 1960 23 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Tan Siew Sin. T.L.s., Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. Stapled to replies: 1) T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., and 2) Linahan, M. E. T.L. (carbon), 6 September 1960 16 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.) (1 p.)
Tompkins, Isabel and Henry. A.L.s. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 August 1960 15 September 1960 (3 p.) (1 p.)
Toussaint, Maurice. Telegram, Washington. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 19 August 1960 24 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Townsend, Robert. Telegram, New York. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 17 August 1960 22 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Tsukui, Nanao. Calling card accompanying two books sent. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Van Vuuren, A. J. J. Get-well card, signed. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), 22 September 1960 (1 p.)
Wallenberg, Marcus. Card accompanying flowers. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Ward, Frances T. A.L.s., Wood's Hole, Mass. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 11 August [1960] 23 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Watanabe, Takeshi. Autograph note on hand-painted greeting card, signed, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Weil, Adolph. T.L.s., Montgomery, Ala. Stapled to reply, T.L.s., Excelsior, Minn., 12 September 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Wheeler, Raymond. T.L.s., Leopoldville, Congo Republic. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 9 September 1960 16 September 1960 (2 p.) (1 p.)
Wilkinson, J. Harvie, Jr. T.L.s., Richmond. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 2 September 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Wilmerding, Jane and Lucius. Get well card, signed, n. d. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
Wilson, Roland. Cablegram, Canberra, Australia. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon)., Excelsior, Minn., 23 August 1960 15 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Yamagiwa, Masamichi. T.L.s., Tokyo. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 30 August 1960 16 September 1960 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Yen, C. K. Card accompanying flowers. Stapled to reply, T.L. (carbon), Excelsior, Minn., 15 September 1960 (1 p.)
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Incoming: Letters of Congratulation to ERB On His Becoming Senior Vice President of Chase National Bank box 2

Alexander, Henry., New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Avary, J. Arch, Jr., Atlanta, T.L.s., 3 February 1949 (1 p.)
Baer, Francis S., San Francisco, T.L.s., 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Baruch, Herman., Radiogram, 30 January 1949 (1 p.)
Berrien, Noble., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Berry, Keehn W., New Orleans, T.L.s., 10 February 1949 (1 p.)
Birdsall, Carl., Chicago, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Blaine, Walter F., New York, T.L.s., 3 February 1949 (1 p.)
Blair, Floyd., New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Boyer, Maurice, New York, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Brady, William Gage, Jr., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Bridgwood, John B., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Broach, Falkner C., Tulsa, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Broderick, John P., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Brooks, John I., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Brown, Mark A., Chicago, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Brown, Volney M., Indianapolis, T.L.s., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Bryce, T. Jerrold, New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Burgert, Woodward, Chicago, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Burke, Jerry, New York, A.L.s., 27 January 1949 (2 p.)
Caffrey, James J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Cain, Charles, Jr., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Calkins, Howard W., New York , T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Casey, Douglas, Chicago, T.L.s., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Chapman, Dwight W., San Francisco, T.L.s., 9 February 1949 (1 p.)
Childress, Francis B., Jacksonville, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Clark, Reuben, Savannah, T.L.s., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Clark, Thomas R., New York, A.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Conig, Jack, New York, A.L.s., 1 February 1949 (2 p.)
Cook, A. Halsey, New York, T.L.s., 16 February 1949 (1 p.)
Corrigan, Emmett, New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Craft, R. H., New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Crawford, Jimme, Jacksonville, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Cutler, John W., New York, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Davis, Champion McD., Wilmington, N. C., T.L.s., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Davis, Frank T., Atlanta, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
DeRosset, R. C., Norfolk, Va., T.L.s., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Dilworth, J. Richardson, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Doggett, William K., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Eager, Auville, Baltimore, T.L.s., 21 February 1949 (1 p.)
Edington, W. G., Rouse, H. L., and Wood, O. E., Cablegram, London, 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Esty, Fred R., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
F, D. F., Kansas City, Mo., T.L.s. ("Don"), 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Fiske, Frederic P., Montclair, N. J., T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Fleming, Robert V., Washington, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Fontaine, Thackstone [?]. London, Cablegram, 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Formacca, Paul A., Heidelberg, Germany, T.L.s., 3 March 1949 (1 p.)
Franckel, Pierre, New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Freer, Lawrence F., San Mateo, Calif., A.L.s., 29 January [1949] (1 p.)
Giannini, L. M., San Francisco, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Graeber, John J., New York, T.L.s., 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Graeber, John J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Graham, Thomas, Louisville, Ky., T.L.s., 7 February 1949 (1 p.)
Grainger, Isaac B., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hagemann, H. Frederick, Jr., Boston, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Hanes, R. M., Winston-Salem, N. C., T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hardiman, H. E., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Harl, Maple T., Washington, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Harrison, DeSales, Chattanooga, T.L.s., 3 February 1949 (1 p.)
Harrison, James L., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Harrison, Lewis, [Asheville, N. C.], A.L.s., 2 February 1949 (2 p.)
Harvey, Penn., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hatcher, Lloyd B., Atlanta, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Haviland, Frost, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hazelwood, Charles, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hecht, Rudolf S., New Orleans, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Heller, Walter S., San Francisco, T.L.s., 8 February 1949 (1 p.)
Helm, Harold H., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hill, A. W., Boston, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hirsch, Howard, New York, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Honold, J. Frank, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Hooper, Leverett F., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Ilg, Ray A., Boston, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Ivey, T. E., Jr., Los Angeles, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Jefferson, Floyd W., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Jones, John Price, New York, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Kemper, Rufus Crosby, Kansas City, Mo., T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
King, Dudley F., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Kirk, Harris C., to Percy J. Ebbot, San Francisco, T.L., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Knight, Francis M., Chicago, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Kurtz, William Fulton, Philadelphia, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Larkin, Joseph J., New York, A.L.s., 29 January 1949 (2 p.)
Leininger, A. R., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Lofft [?], Hub., Toronto, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Loftus, Edgar J., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Lyles, James A., New York, T.L.s., 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Lynch, Lawrence J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
McConnaughey, Robert K., Washington, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
McCullough, Phillip M., Chicago, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
McDonnell, Charles E., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
McDonough, John J., Chicago, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Mack, George E., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Maffry, August, New York, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Malick, John S., Philadelphia, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Mansfield, Richard H., New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Maxwell, J. M., Chicago, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Merritt, Schuyler, II., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Meyer, John, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Miller, James K., New York, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
M, A. J., Atlanta, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Moeller, Harold F., New York, T.L.s., 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Morgan, Allen, to Percy J. Ebbot, Memphis, T.L., 29 January 1949 (1 p.)
Morris, Pat G., Chicago, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Moulton, Ferris S., San Francisco, Telegram, 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Murphy, Nicholas J., New York, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Osborn, Chandler, Milwaukee, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Patterson, R. D., Boston, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Pegram, R. B., Jr., Atlanta, T.L.s., 3 February 1949 (1 p.)
Pfeffer, Delmont K., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Pogue, Joseph E., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Porter, Irvin L. Telegram, undated (1 p.)
Ragsdale, Irvin T., Atlanta, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Ralph, Henry A. J., San Francisco, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Randolph, Francis F., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Rawles, James W., Richmond, T.L.s., 4 February 1949 (1 p.)
Reed, Ralph T., Richmond, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Reed, Stuart R., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Reese, W. H., Paris, Cablegram, 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Reily, John M., Los Angeles, T.L.s., 8 February 1949 (1 p.)
Revill, M. K., Memphis, T.L.s., 3 February 1949 (1 p.)
Richardson, Dorsey, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Roberts, Clifford, New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Robinson, E. H., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Robinson, James D., Jr., Atlanta, T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Rogers, Frank, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., A.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Rorabeck, P. L., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
R., Chicago, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Rutherford, George, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Sadi, Subhi M., Cairo, Egypt, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Schluter, Harold J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Schwarz, Hamilton D., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Shanahan, Thomas J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Sharpe, W. P., St. Louis, Mo., T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Sheehy, Joseph J., Atlanta, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Silloway, Stuart F., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Skinner, David L., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Slee, W. T. F., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Smith, Howard A., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Speas, J. W., Atlanta, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Sproul, Allan, New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stephenson, Edwin A., Chicago, Telegram, 26 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stephenson, Edwin A., Chicago, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stern, Henry Root., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stevenson, Andrew., Washington, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stoll, George M., Montclair, N. J., A.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Stone, Caleb., Newark, N. J., T.L.s., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
Strack, P. A., Seattle, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Stubbs, George H., Jr., Birmingham, Ala., T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Sutphen, Harold A., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Thors, J. Emerson., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Tickner, Reginald W., New York, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Troster, Oliver J., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Tunnell, Spencer, Jr., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Waldmann, George R., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Ward, James C., Nashville, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Ware, George, Leesburg, Fla., A.L.s. Clipping attached, 30 January 1949 (1 p.)
Weigold, Charles E., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Welch, Leo D., New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
Whitesell, William M., Newark, N. J., T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Wilder, Milo W., Jr., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Wilkinson, J. Harvie, Jr., Richmond, T.L.s., 7 February 1949 (1 p.)
Williams, John C., Newark, N. J., T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Williams, Joseph E., New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Williams, R. Clyde, Atlanta, T.L.s., 2 February 1949 (1 p.)
Wood, Harold E., St. Paul, Minn., T.L.s., 8 February 1949 (1 p.)
Woods, William S., Atlanta, T.L.s., 31 January 1949 (1 p.)
Wooley, Knight, New York, T.L.s., 28 January 1949 (1 p.)
Wornall, Kearney, Kansas City, Mo., T.L., 1 February 1949 (1 p.)
[signature illegible], 28 Nassau Street, New York, T.L.s., 27 January 1949 (1 p.)
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Honorary Degrees box 2

Typewritten list, undated, headed "Doctorates." (1 p.)
[This list is incomplete.]
Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada: Typewritten citation, signed, 27 May 1961 (2 p.)
Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada: Printed program for University Convocation
Centre College: Typewritten news release (carbon), 25 May (2 p.)
"for release upon receipt,"
Centre College: Typewritten news release (mimeographed), for release, May 26 (2 p.)
Centre College: Newspaper clipping
Columbia University: T.L.s., Grayson Kirk to E. R. B., New York, 10 March 1954 (1 p.)
Columbia University: Typewritten program (mimeographed), for Columbia University's Bicentennial Conference III (5 p.)
Columbia University: Newspaper clipping
Columbia University: Magazine clipping
Emory University: Typewritten citation, Also, photocopy (1 p.)
University of Hamburg: Typewritten presentation speech, (mimeographed), 1962 (3 p.)
University of Hamburg: Typewritten copy of English translation of citation, 19 July 1961 (1 p.)
Hamilton College: Typewritten citation, 6/5/66 (2 p.)
Hamilton College: Printed program for Baccalaurate service, 5 June 1966
University of Hartford: Printed Commencement program, 11 June 1961
Harvard University: Printed citation (photocopy), 1960 (1 p.)
Keio University: T.L.s., Takashi Shiraishi to E. R. B., Tokyo, 2 July 1965 (1 p.)
Keio University: T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to "The President and Members of the Senate of Keio University," (carbon), 13 July 1965 (1 p.)
Keio University: Typewritten citation (mimeographed), 5 July 1965 (1 p.)
Long Island University: T.L.s., R. Gordon Hoxie to E. R. B., Brooklyn, N. Y., 14 April 1965 (1 p.)
Long Island University: T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Hoxie, 26 April 1965 (1 p.)
Macalester College: T.L.s , Harvey M. Rice to E. R. B., St. Paul Minn., 25 June 1959 (1 p.)
Macalester College: T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Ivan Burg, 15 July 1959 (1 p.)
Macalester College: T.L. (carbon), E. R. B. to Rice, 15 July 1959 (1 p.)
McGill University: T.L.s., C. M. McDougall to E. R. B., Montreal, 23 April 1964 (1 p.)
McGill University: Mallory, J. R. Typewritten presentation speech, 29 May 1964 (1 p.)
University of Manchester: Printed program for Founder's Day, 17 May 1961
University of Manchester: Printed seating chart for luncheon, 17 May 1961
New Jersey. Rutgers, the State University: Printed Commencement program, 3 June 1959 (1 p.)
Northeastern University: Typewritten citation (copy) (1 p.)
Northeastern University: Typewritten news release (copy), for release, June 18 (1 p.)
Northeastern University: Typewritten news release (copy) [caption for photograph], for release, June 18 (1 p.)
Oglethorpe University: T.L.s., George C. Seward to E. R. B., Oglethorpe University, Ga., 9 May 1955 (1 p.)
Oglethorpe University: Printed Commencement program, 5 June 1955
Oglethorpe University: Newspaper, The Stormy Petrel, 3 June 1955
Oxford University: Typewritten citation (copy) (1 p.)
Oxford University: Printed program for Encaenia, 27 June 1962
Oxford University: Printed pamphlet, Encaenia Addresses, 27 June 1962
Oxford University: Printed pamphlet, Oratio Creweiana (MDCCCCLXII)
Oxford University: 4 newspaper clippings and photocopied of clippings (2 pages)
Princeton University: Typewritten citation (photocopy) (1 p.)
Princeton University: Newspaper clipping
Stetson University: Schultz, Harold J. Typewritten presentation speech (photocopy), signed, 6/1/69 (2 p.)
Stetson University: Typewritten citation (photocopy) (1 p.)
Stetson University: Magazine clipping
Syracuse University: Tolley, William Pearson. Typewritten citation, signed, 8 March 1957 (1 p.)
Syracuse University: 2 8" x 10" photographs, one of E. R. B. receiving doctorate, and one of a group of recipients of honorary degrees
University of Toronto: Printed Commencement program, 11 June 1964 (1 p.) (1 p.)
Typewritten instructions to "honorary graduands" (photocopy), taped in; typewritten platform seating chart (mimeographed), laid in.
University of Saint Andrews: T.L.s., A. N. Mitchell to E. R. B., St. Andrews, 12 December 1969 (1 p.)
University of Saint Andrews: T.L. (rubber-stamped signature), R. W. Forsyth, Ltd., to E. R. B., 16 February 1970 (1 p.)
University of Saint Andrews: T.L.s., Mitchell to E. R. B., St. Andrews, 5 May 1970 (1 p.)
University of Sussex: Typewritten citation (mimeographed), May 1961 (1 p.)
University of Sussex: Printed program for dinner, Brighton, 10 June 1963
University of Sussex: Printed program for the installation of the University's first chancellor, Brighton, 11 June 1963
University of the South: Black, Eugene R. Typewritten speech (photocopy), "The Uneducated Need Not Apply,", 10 October 1967
University of the South: Typewritten citation (photocopy) (1 p.)
University of the South: Typewritten press release (photocopy), "for release at will", September 26 (3 p.)
University of the South: Printed program, Commemoration of the Founding of the University, 10 October 1967
University of the South: Newspaper clipping [incomplete], with a photocopy of the same ariticle (2 p.)
Williams College: Baxter, James P, III. Typewritten citation, signed, 1 October 1960 (1 p.)
Yale University: Typewritten citation (photocopy), 13 June 1960 (1 p.)



Official Travels box 5

BoxFolder
51General. Lists of Eugene R. Black's foreign missions and of staff members who accompanied him
Itineraries, maps, summaries, notes, and correspondence
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52Europe, 14 April to 16 May 1950
3Europe, 8-21 June 1950
4Chile, Peru, March 1951
5Europe, May 1951
6Brazil, November 1951
7India, Pakistan, Far East, Australia, New Zealand, 24 January to 29 March 1952
8Middle East, 13 February to 6 April 1953
9Europe, 10-22 February 1951
10Central and South America, 26 February to 29 March 1954
11London, March 1955
12Europe, Iran, Egypt, June 1956
13Colombia, Peru, 6-15 November 1959
14Africa, 2 March to 15 April 1958
15Israel, West Africa, Kariba, 26 April to 8 June 1960
Scandinavia, 20 July to 24 August 1960 (2 binders.)
[itinerary and briefing materials only; mission canceled due to illness of Mr. Black].
BoxFolder
516Venezuela, April 1961
England, The Netherlands, Italy, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, France, 25 October to 13 November 1962 (3 binders.)
[Two sets of itinerary and briefing materials.]
BoxFolder
517Far East, July 1966
18Israel. "Welcome to Israel.", February 1968 (1 binder)
19European trip, May, 1961



Speeches, Excluding Printed Editions box 3 and 4, 1947-

BoxFolder
31Off the Record Remarks. Mimeographed, 1947?
Suggested Speech by Eugene R. Black to Texas Group, Investment Bankers Association. Carbon typescript, April 29, 1948
Script of Broadcast Made by Mr. Eugene R. Black, President, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Voice of America-Broadcast Around the World, Thursday at 4:00 P.M. Mimeographed, June 30, 1949
Address...in Presenting the Fourth Annual Report of the International Bank to the Board of Governors. Mimeographed, 1949
Address...Before the Southern Industrial Editors Institute at the University of Georgia. Mimeographed, November 4, 1949
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32Address...Before the Investment Dealers' Association of Canada, Eastern District-Montreal, Canada. Mimeographed, February 23, 1950
[Interview] Capital Memo Program. Original typescript, April 10, 1950
Address...in Presenting the Fifth Annual Report of the International Bank to the Board of Governors, in Paris at 10:00 A.M. Mimeographed, September 8, 1950
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33Address...Before the Bankers' Club of Chicago. Mimeographed, January 10, 1951
Address...Before the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations at Santiago, Chile. Mimeographed, [March 5 1951] [or March 6, 1951]
Address...to the Florida Bankers' Association at Palm Beach, Florida. Mimeographed, April 3, 1951
Outline of Speech on Understanding of World Problems. Original typescript. Pencil note on first page: "Not Used for Chattanooga Speech." With: Varvessos, K. T.L.s., to E. R. B.. Washington, 27 April 1951
Address...in Presenting the Sixth Annual Report of the International Bank to the Board of Governors in Washington at 4:00 P.M., Mimeographed, September 10, 1951
World Bank Loans at Work. Address...Before the National Foreign Trade Convention, Waldorf-Astoria, New York City. Mimeographed, October 29, 1951
What the World Bank Means to You. Speech...at the Chamber of Commerce Homecoming Luncheon in Atlanta, Georgia. Mimeographed, November 7, 1951
BoxFolder
34Address...at a Joint Meeting of the Foreign Policy Association of New Orleans and International House of New Orleans, Auditorium of International House, January 15, 1952
Savings and World Development. Address...at the Opening Session of the National Conference on Savings, Inflation and Economic Progress-Sponsored by the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Mimeographed, May 15, 1952
Address...to the New York Bond Club. Mimeographed, May 22, 1952
Remarks...on the International Finance Corporation Proposal, 14th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, New York City. Mimeographed, [June 16, 1952]
Address...to the New York State Bankers Association, Spring Lake, New Jersey. Mimeographed, June 21, 1952
Address...Before the New York Herald-Tribune Forum, General Assembly Room, United Nations. Mimeographed, October 19, 1952
Speech to Members of Sunday Morning Breakfast Club, Philadelphia, Midday Club. Original typescript, November 5, 1952
BoxFolder
35Some Considerations Affecting Foreign Aid. Address...to the Economic Club of New York, Hotel Astor, New York City, 8:30 P.M. Mimeographed, January 14, 1953
Address...Before the 15th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 14, 1953
Address...in Presenting the Eighth Annual Report of the Bank to the Board of Governors in Washington, D. C., at 11:15 A.M.. Mimeographed, September 9, 1953
BoxFolder
36A Fresh Look at Foreign Investment. Address...Before a Luncheon Meeting of the Trust Division, American Bankers' Association, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, on Wednesday. Mimeographed, February 10, 1954
Address...Before the 17th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 14, 1954
Address...Before a Luncheon Meeting of the Ninth Annual Cleveland World Trade Conference, Hotel Carter, Cleveland, on Friday. Mimeographed, May 7, 1954
[Interview] Washington USA Program, CBS. Saturday. Original typescript, April 17, 1954
Address...Before the Annual Meeting of the Savings Banks Association of Massachusetts, Bretton Woods, N. H. Mimeographed, September 11, 1954
Address...to the Board of Governors, 10:00 A.M. Mimeographed, September 25, 1954
Closing Remarks...[to the Board of Governors]. Mimeographed, September 28, 1954
BoxFolder
37Address...Before the 19th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 7, 1955
Commencement Address...at Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Ga., Sunday. Mimeographed, June 5, 1955
Address...as Prepared for Delivery to the Board of Governors, Istanbul, Mimeographed. With: Statement Concerning the International Finance Corporation Made by Mr. Robert L. Garner, Vice President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, at the Bank Informal Discussion. Mimeographed, September 12, 1955 September 15, 1955
BoxFolder
38Common Sense and Economic Aid. Address...to the National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa. Mimeographed, February 18, 1956
The World Bank as Lender and Borrower: A Ten-Year Report. Speech...to the Economic Society of Zurich. Mimeographed, March 21, 1956
Address...Before the 21st Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 18, 1956
Address...at the Annual Dinner of the Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, Hartford, Connecticut. Mimeographed, May 8, 1956
Address...to the Board of Governors, 10:00 A.M. Mimeographed, September 25, 1956
Closing Remarks [to the Board of Governors]. Mimeographed, September 27, 1956
Address...to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council at Los Angeles, Tuesday. Mimeographed, October 16, 1956
International Lending-Then and Now. Address...to the National Association of Supervisors of State Banks at San Francisco, California, Friday. Mimeographed, October 19, 1956
Address...to the Board of Governors, 10:00 A.M. Mimeographed, September 25, 1956
Your Business and Your Country's Business Overseas. Address...to the National Association of Manufacturers at New York City, Wednesday. Mimeographed, December 5, 1956
BoxFolder
39Remarks...at the Centennial Lunch of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mimeographed, March 2, 1957
Address...at a Convocation of the Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. Mimeographed, March 8, 1957
Address...Before the 23rd Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 18, 1957
Address...Before the Alumni Society of the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Mimeographed, June 10, 1957
Address...to the Board of Governors, 12:00 Noon. Mimeographed, September 23, 1957
Concluding Remarks [to the Board of Governors]. Mimeographed, September 26, 1957
Address...at the International Industrial Development Conference, San Francisco California. Mimeographed, October 14, 1957
The Importance of Being International. Address...Before the British Council, International Chamber of Commerce, London. Mimeographed, November 5, 1957
Address...Before the Bond Club of Chicago at the Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois. Mimeographed, December 13, 1957
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310Address...Before the 25th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 17, 1958
Address...to the Board of Governors, 9:30 A.M. Mimeographed, October 7, 1958
Remarks...at the Closing Joint Session of the Boards of Governors. Mimeographed, October 10, 1958
BoxFolder
41What Answer to the Challenge of International Poverty? Address...Before the Economic Club of Detroit, at Detroit, Michigan. Mimeographed, April 20, 1959
Address...Before the Pilgrims, London, England, Tuesday. Mimeographed, May 5, 1959
The World Bank as a Borrower. Address...Before the Twelfth International Banking Summer School, Burgenstock, Switzerland. Mimeographed, June 1959
The Power of Your Heritage. Commencement Address...at Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Mimeographed, June 8, 1959
Address...to the Board of Governors. Mimeographed, September 29, 1959
Remarks...at the Closing Joint Session [of the Boards of Governors]. Mimeographed, October 2, 1959
Growth of the World Bank, 1949-1959 Address...Before the Annual Convention of the Savings Banks Association of New York, Aboard the Nieuw Amsterdam. Mimeographed, October 30, 1959
BoxFolder
42Address...Before the New York Southern Society, New York City. Mimeographed, January 15, 1960
Too Many People or Too Little Growth. Address...Before the Economic Club of Chicago, at Chicago, Illinois. Mimeographed, February 18, 1960
Some Principles for Development Assistance. Statement... at a Meeting of the Development Assistance Group in Washington, D. C. Mimeographed, March 9, 1960
Address...Before the 29th Session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, Meeting at U. N. Headquarters, New York City. Mimeographed, April 7, 1960
BoxFolder
43Address to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, New York. Mimeographed, April 24, 1961
Commencement Address at Agnes Scott College...Decatur, Georgia. Mimeographed, June 5, 1961
Commencement Address at the University of Hartford...Hartford, Connecticut. Mimeographed, June 11, 1961
Address...to the Board of Governors, Vienna, Austria. Mimeographed, September 19, 1961
Remarks...at the Closing Joint Session of the Boards of Governors. Mimeographed, September 22, 1961
Address...to the Investment Bankers' Association, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, Wednesday. Mimeographed. 4 c., October 4, 1961
BoxFolder
44Address to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, New York. Mimeographed, April 5, 1962
Remarks...on the Occasion of Founders Day at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Mimeographed, April 13, 1962
Remarks... on the Occasion of the Inauguration of Dr. John A. Logan, Jr., as President of Hollins College, Roanoke, Va. Mimeographed, April 14, 1962
Ventures in World Order. [In two parts.] Mimeographed, 1962?
Remarks...at the Closing Joint Session of the Boards of Governors. Mimeographed, September 21, 1962
Economic Development for the Peoples of Africa. Address...Before the Afrika Instituut. The Hague. Mimeographed, October 29, 1962
BoxFolder
45New Task for Science. Address...at the 97th Commencement Excercises of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mimeographed, June 7, 1963
A Banker on the Banks of Avon. Address...at the Shakespeare Anniversary Banquet, at Stratford-upon-Avon, England, at 7:45 P.M., Saturday in the Festival Pavilion. Mimeographed, April 25, 1964
A Transcript of a Recorded Interview with Eugene Black. Dark Harbor, Maine, Richard D. Challener, Interviewer. The John Foster Dulles Oral History Project, Princeton University Library. Carbon typescript, 15 July 1964
BoxFolder
46Commencement Address, Wellesley College..., Wellesley, Massachusetts. Mimeographed. Attached are photocopies of related material, June 3, 1966 (4 p.)
Introduction of Brookings Trustees at Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, [and] Introduction of Mr. Calkins. Original typescript (large-type), September 29, 1966 (2 c.)
Statement by Mr. Black for Congressional Committees. Photocopy, 1/28/67
Autograph note on cover: "Rough Draft Only."
Introductory Remarks...on Asian Economic and Social Development Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Executive Session, 2:30 P.M. Original typescript (large-type), May 2, 1967
Text of Introduction of Guest of Honor, C. K. Yen Dinner. Mimeographed. With: Text of Address by Vice President C. K. Yen, Hotel Pierre, Monday, Mimeographed, May 15, 1967 May 15, 1967
BoxFolder
47The Uneducated Need Not Apply. Speech Delivered at the University of the South. Mimeographed, October 10, 1967
Statement... on Asian Economic and Social Development Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Photocopy, February 27, 1968
Statement for Verbal Presentation...Before the Subcommittee on International Finance of the Committee on Banking and Currency, House of Representatives. Original typescript. Also, photocopy, February 27, 1968
Statement...Before the Subcommittee on International Finance of the Committee on Banking and Currency, House of Representatives, February 27, 1968
Settlement or Solution in the Middle East? Address...Before the Middle East Institute, Washington, D. C. Original typescript (large-type). Also, another state, mimeographed, October 4, 1968
Advance Text of Response by Eugene R. Black. National Institute of Social Sciences. Mimeographed, November 21, 1968
BoxFolder
48[Alternative in Southeast Asia.] Lecture I. A New Diplomacy for Southeast Asia. Lecture II. Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia: Absurd or Inevitable? Lecture III. The Mekong Basin: Vision and Opportunity. [Three lectures stapled together and continuously paged.] Emory University. Mimeographed. With: Printed folder on the lecture series, March 31 1969 and April 1-2, 1969 (2 c.)
From Foreign Aid to Development Assistance. Address...[to] the Commercial Club, Chicago, Illinois. Photocopy, May 12, 1969
Alternative in Southeast Asia. Address...[at] New York University. Carbon typescript, October 22, 1969
BoxFolder
49Alternative in Southeast Asia. Address...[to] the Foreign Policy Association. Photocopy, February 25, 1970
9Alternative in Southeast Asia. Address...[at] Boise State College. Original typescript, with autograph corrections, November, 1970



Military Service of ERB ???? cannot find

Certificate stating that Eugene R. Black served with the U. S. Navy in World War I, 3 June 1920 ( 16" by 21". )
Certificate of discharge from Naval Reserves, 21 October 1921 ( 13" by 16". )
Certificate of appointment of Eugene R. Black as lieutenant-colonel (aide-de-camp), Georgia governor's staff. Seal, 29 November 1939 ( 15-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
 

Series 2: SCRAPBOOKS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, CLIPPINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS BOUND ITEMS

Album, ca. 1889 ( 19-1/2" by 23-1/2" )
containing original newspaper articles, mostly concerning Henry W. Grady, as well as more recent clippings and photographs relating to Grady, Eugene R. Black and Atlanta.
Series of five albums. bound in blue leather, 1943-51 1952-54 1955-59 1960-62 1963 ( 19-1/2" by 23-1/2" )
for presentation to Eugene R. Black. Prepared by staff members of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, these albums contain photographs; newspaper and magazine clippings about Eugene R. Black, his family and the World Bank; copies of articles written by Eugene R. Black, including a number of writings not present elsewhere in the Collection; and printed programs, menus and award citations. The periods covered by the volumes are:
Loose-leaf binder, January, 1959 ( 10" by 11-1/2" )
containing mounted newspaper and magazine clippings regarding Eugene R. Black's negotiations between Great Britain and Egypt
Album, bound in gray leather with silver bosses and ornament, (May, 1960) ( 14" by 16" )
presented to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Black "on the occasion of their first visit to Israel"; presentation page signed by David Horowitz and Levi Eshkol. Contains photographs of people and places visited.
Album, in blue spiral binding, June 1965 and July, 1965 30 June 1965 ( 10" by 12" )
containing photographs taken during Mr. and Mrs. Black's visit to Asia. On first leaf is a note from U Nuyn presenting the album to Mr. and Mrs. Black. Laid in are 10 clippings related to the trip and 6 printed invitations to official, functions
Album, bound in black simulated leather, 1965 ( 17" by 12-1/2" )
containing mounted photographs taken during Mr. and Mrs. Black's visit to Asia in November and December. Laid in are five additional 8" by 10" photographs, with identifications on back, and nine newspaper clippings describing events of the visit.
Album, bound in brown simulated leather, March 11, 1966 ( 12" by 12" )
"In Commemoration of the Colloquium Luncheon given by the Honorable Eugene Black for the International Fellows of Columbia University on Friday"
Album, in red spiral binding, November, 1966 17 November 1966 ( 11-1/2" by 11-1/2" )
containing photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Black's visit to Taiwan. Presentation inscription, dated on first leaf.
Black loose-leaf binder, October 3, 1969 ( 10" by 11-1/2" )
containing mounted photocopies of newspaper clippings pertaining to Mr. Eugene R. Black's being presented the Blue Key Distinguished Service Award at the University of Georgia
Album, in brown spiral binding ( 11-1/2" by 12" )
containing photographs taken on a formal occasion in the Phoenicia Hotel. City and date not stated.
Album, bound in tan simulated leather ( 8" by 5-1/2" )
containing photographs of Eugene Black receiving an honorary degree. University and date not stated.
Clear plastic binder, 28 March 1969 ( 9-1/2" by 11-1/2" )
with brochure, photographs and other material pertaining to the fifth annual Splendid American Awards of the Thomas A. Dooley Foundation
Blue binder, An Invitation to Birmingham Christmas Carnival, 1949 ( 9" by 11-1/2" )
Blue binder, Project Orbis, Inc., August, 1974 ( 9" by 11-1/2" )
Folder ( 11" by 13" )
The Fortieth Anniversary of Time, the Weekly Newsmagazine. With photograph of Eugene R. Black and printed program for anniversary dinner.
Album, Black simulated leather ( 6-1/2" by 8-1/2" )
The Commercial Club of Chicago. Program of meeting (address by Eugene R. Black) mounted in.
Three black three-ring binders, December 1958-January 1959 ( 10-1/2" by 11-1/2" )
containing press clippings relating to Eugene Black's mediation of Anglo-Egyptian disputes
Mounted clippings, November-December 1966
(no binder) related to Eugene Black's mission to the Philippines
Items (33)
related to Eugene R. Black Jr., Henry W. Grady, the State of Georgia and the University of Georgia.
Clippings and printed items (41)
related to Eugene Black.
Loose-leaf binder, 2-4 November 1967 ( 11" by 13" )
for the Indonesian Investment Conference
Loose-leaf binder, 13-15 May 1973 15-16 May 1973 ( 10-1/2" by 11-1/2" )
for the meeting of the Board of Directors of Chase Manhattan Bank, London, and the International Advisory Committee meeting, Versailles
Appraised inventory of E. R. B.'s Memorabilia and Shakespeare Collection [evaluations not included]; typescript (photocopy), 4 June 1964
Bound prospectus, 1961
for the public offering of 2,750,000 shares by the Ford Foundation
Bound prospectus, 1962
for the public offering of 2,250,000 shares by the Ford Foundation
Certificate of appreciation, hand-illumined. American Express Company. Red leather, gilt
Partly printed citation by Mayor of New York City. Black leather
Tribute, hand-illumined, Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Blue leather, gilt. In solander case (10 p.)
Certificate in caligraphic hand. Citation by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Blue simulated leather, 1949
Certificate, hand-illumined. Citation by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Black leather, gilt, 1963
Printed citation. Doctor of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg. Red simulated leather. In slipcase
Printed citation. New York Times Board of Directors. Black simulated leather. In solander case
Printed citation. Long Island University. Blue-green simulated leather
Typewritten citation, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand. Red silk binding with gold-color metal insignia on front cover
Diploma and typewritten citation (mimeographed) for honorary degree, Keio University, Tokyo. Pamphlet laid in. Black leather
 

Series 3: MEMORABILIA, INCLUDING GIFTS FROM STATES AND DIGNITARIES, ART OBJECTS AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS



Subseries 3a: Memorabilia, Art Objects, and Decorative Objects

Bible (Chicago), Ornate mother-of-pearl decorations on leather binding. In special box covered in red velvet, 1960 ( 12" tall. )
Japanese, warrior's helmet. In elaborate cabinet, black with gold-color metal fittings, black wooden legs ( 15" by 12-1/2" by 15" h. )
Korean silver-gilt tea set. In special box covered in black velveteen (9 pieces.)
Ornate tobacco cabinet, with 13 inner compartments and inlay work depicting Iran ( 21" by 14 by 4" h. )
Old sword, black wooden handle with elaborate silver decorations and matching sheath (silver fitting for tip of sheath is missing) ( Total length 35-1/2". )
Cap and gown worn by Eugene R. Black
Model of sailing ship ( 11-1/2" h. )
Old Arabic Dagger, with wire-wound hilt and leather sheath attached to beaded string ( Total length 10". )
Folding sheath dagger, with pearl handle and leather sheath ( Folded length 9". )
Small English faience cup, decorated with motto "Fairest Gems Lie Deepest."
Hand-carved wooden horse with metal decorations ( 5" h. )
Pre-Columbian pottery figure, reclined fertility goddess ( 4". )
Suede-covered cigarette box, with bullfight scene tooled on the top ( 5-1/2" by 3-1/2" by 2" h. )
Plastic cigarette box, with an original $2.00 demand note (Bullion Bank, Washington, D. C.) imbedded in the clear lid, 1862 ( 9" by 4-1/2" by 1-3/4" h. )
Lincoln Continental hood ornament, mounted on marble base with name plate
"New York Times" ash tray
Glass ash tray, smoke color, with "Get Well" theme
Scissors and letter opener, in leather case
Pen used by Lyndon B. Johnson in signing H.R. 12563, 16 March 1966
Parker cartridge fountain pen, maroon-color base
Clear lucite paperweight, Life Insurance Company of Georgia 75th anniversary
Snail shell imbedded in amber-tinted lucite block, 22 October 1965? ( 1-1/2" by 2" by 3" h. )
(Belongs with small wood and silver base with plate "Diloma"?)
Two Israeli coins, in wooden case, presented to Eugene R. Black, February, 1968
Chinese ivory seal, in small sliding-top case and brocade box
(Eugene Black's name in Chinese.)
Silver cigarette box, gold medallion (International Bank) on lid, December 1962 ( 4" by 4" by 1-1/2" )
Incised inscription inside lid "To Gene Black; with admiration and warm friendship/Phyllis and Douglas Dillon
African high-relief carved head with headdress, in ebony ( 12" h. )
Enamelled bronze ash tray with medallion, Ecuador, 1961
Metal statuette, Indian goddess Kali ( 10" h. )
Petrified bone (?) in metal mounting ( 3". )
Carved bone mask, pre-Columbian type ( 3-3/4". )
Round carved ebony box (African), inlaid with nacre ( 7-1/4" in diameter. )
The top is carved to suggest a human mask
African carved wooden figure, seated woman with child ( 10" h. )
African cast metal figure of warrior with club, shield and brass earrings ( 11". )
Carved wooden candle holder, in the form of a bull, with silver saddle blanket ( 8" h. )
Glazed ceramic figures: man on a donkey, fish vendor, and two men and a woman doing the "Limbo." Average height of standing figures (Five) ( 5"-6". )
Latin American carved wood idols (Three) ( 5"-6". )
Carved wooden ceremonial piece, signed on base: "Huaca/Panama/Henry/ Sargent/Christmas, 1960 ( 6". )
African carved ebony figure, elongated semi-nude woman ( 14" h. )
Carved wooden figure, kneeling woman ( 11" h. )
Carved wooden figures, painted black, kneeling man and woman with copper jewelry. Mounted on thin wooden bases (Two) ( 5-1/2" and 6" h. )
Carved wooden figures, warriors with shields (spears missing?), on oval wooden bases (Two) ( 5" and 7". )
Peruvian carved wooden figure of seated native on a base, wearing silver jewelry ( 4" h. )
Peruvian carved wooden figure of a conquistador with silver helmet and sword ( 6" h. )
Carved wooden figure of a native warrior wearing metal jewelry and thong waistband, and carrying a wooden spear with metal tip and a shield of painted vellum ( 6" h. )
Carved ivory reproduction of an antique Egyptian figure of a river god, on ebony base ( 9" h. )
White ceramic ash trays with reproductions of cartoons relating to the World Bank and Eugene Black (Five)
White ceramic cigarette box with reproduction of cartoon pertaining to the Ford Foundation
African carved ebony figure of a drummer, with wig and chin whiskers of fur ( 14" h. )
African doll, brown felt over wire, dressed in decorated pink gown over printed costume ( 11" h. )
Carved wooden figure of standing native woman carrying a burden on her head and a child clinging to her back ( 18" h. )
Old engraved silver anklet, made into an ash tray ( 4" in diameter. )
Mexican engraved silver sombrero ( 5-1/2" in diameter. )
Mexican pumice beneath elaborately engraved silver mounting ( 5" )
White bisque head of woman ( 11" h. )
Bowling trophy with barometer
Hand-made decoration of red, white and blue ribbons and paper. "Diploma." ( 24" in length. )
Silver cup presented to Eugene R. Black; inscription dated, 26 September 1968 ( 7" h. )
Black leather-covered box, with tooling in blue, red and gold ( 9" by 6-1/2" by 2-1/2" h. )
Wooden music box/cigarette box, with black lacquer trim, presented by Waseda University ( 9-1/2" by 4-1/2" by 3" h. )
Bookends of green stone and gold-color metal, bowling motif ( 3-1/2" by 3" by 3-1/2" h. )
Key to the city of Geneva, bronze, on short chain ( 2-1/2" )
May belong with Bible (No. 1 above).
Small inscribed silver plaques for labeling gifts presented to Eugene R. Black, 31 December 1962 ( 3-1/4" by 1-3/4" and 3" by 1-1/4", respectively. )
Name block for desk: "Mr. Eugene R. Black". Lacquered black wood with mother-of-pearl inlay
Three-piece desk blotter set, tan leather (2 pieces)
Stamp dispenser and matching tape dispenser in hammered gold finish
Bible Stand



Subseries 3b: Commemorative Medals

World's Fair, Brussels, 1958
Impianto Termoelettrico di Bari, (bronze), 1960
Impianto Termoelettrico di Bari, (silver), 1960
Impianto Idroelettrico sul Bussento, 1960
600 ahre Tirol-Osterreich, 1363-1963
Reproduction of Tirolean gold piece of, 1642
Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador, Inauguracion de su Nuevo Edificio, 1958
El Salvador, America Central, Presa "5 Noviembre", Junio 1954
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, "France," Two examples, 1962
Atlanta Air Terminal, 1961
Banque d'Etat du Maroc, 1906-1956
Dwight David Eisenhower, Inauguration Medal, 1953
American Life Convention, Program, 1955
Nederlandsehe Maatschappij voor Nijverheid en Handel, n.d.
Ioannes XXIII Pontifex Maximus Anno IV, 1961
Compagnie Universelle du Canal Maritime de Suez, 1869
Stockholms Enskilda Bank, 1956
National Institute of Social Sciences, Dignus Honore, Eugene R. Black
Two square oriental bronze pieces ( 3" by 3". )
Henry Ford Centennial. Oval, 1863-1963
Dedication of North American Aviation, Inc., Science Center, James Howard Kindelberger Memorial Laboratories, 1964
Lotus Club award. Oval. Plus another example imbedded in plastic block, 1963 ( 4" by 4" by 1" h. )
World's Fair, New York. Mounted on wood base, 1964-65
United Arab Republic, High Dam Aswan. Pentagonal. In red velvet-covered case
 

Series 4: DECORATIONS OF HONOR

Italy. Cavalier, Grand Cross, Order of Merit. Decoration on red-striped green sash, with accompanying star (pin)
Colombia. Grand Officer of the Order of San Carlos. Large decoration (pin) with accompanying miniature decoration on gold-striped green ribbon (pin)
Mauritania. Commander of the Order of National Merit. Star decoration with yellow-striped green ribbon
The Netherlands. Order of Orange-Nassau. Decoration on blue-and-white-striped gold ribbon, with accompanying star (pin)
France. Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor. Large star (pin)
Belgium. Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown. Decoration on maroon sash, with accompanying star (pin)
Japan. Order of the Sacred Treasure. Decoration (pendant) with accompanying star (pin)
Laos. Star (pin)
Thailand. Knight, Grand Cross of the Most Honorable Order of the Crown. Decoration on blue ribbon with green, yellow and red stripes; with accompanying pendant and two miniature decorations on matching ribbons
Mexico. Aguila Aztec order. Decoration on gold sash, with accompanying star (pin)
United States of America. Presidential Medal of Freedom. Decoration on white-striped blue sash, with accompanying star (pin) and two miniature decorations on matching ribbons
Korea. Pendant decoration on ribbon with gray, white, red and yellow stripes
 

Series 5: UNFRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs (273)
various sizes, most without identifications. The majority of these show Eugene R. Black on official missions to Southeast Asia in the 1960's, receiving honorary degrees, participating in meetings, etc. Included in this group are two oversize items: 1. Color photograph, mounted on board, 24" by 9-1/2", Trust Company of Georgia Board of Directors, 1973; 2. Photograph, signed "Robert D. Calkins," in photographer's folder measuring 11" by 14".
 

Series 6: FRAMED MATERIALS AND PLAQUES maybe part box 6?? box 8??

(Dimensions of Frames Noted)



Subseries 6a: Framed Materials and Plaques

Magazine cover. The Diplomat, March 1958 ( 15" by 18". )
Photograph. Arrival of the President of the United States to Address Session- possible OS?, September 20, 1962 ( 20-1/2" by 19-1/2". )
Signed by Douglas Dillon, John F. Kennedy, Eugene R. Black, Ahmed Zaki Saad, Per Jacobsson, George W. Ball
Photograph. Eugene Black and two Africans in native attire ( 13" by 12". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and Lyndon Johnson ( 14-1/2" by 11-1/2". )
Inscribed by Johnson: "To Gene Black/with appreciation/Lyndon B. Johnson."
Photograph. Eugene Black and Lyndon Johnson. Color ( 14-1/2" by 12". )
Inscribed by Johnson: "To Gene Black/My spokesman for Asia development before Foreign Relations Comm./with appreciation-Lyndon B. Johnson."
Photograph. Eugene Black and Lyndon Johnson ( 16-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Inscribed by Johnson: "To Eugene Black/Excellence always/Lyndon B. Johnson."
Photograph. Eugene Black and Lyndon Johnson. Inscribed by Johnson ( 14-1/2" by 11-1/2". )
"To Gene Black/Thanks./Lyndon Johnson."
Photograph. Eugene Black and Lyndon Johnson ( 14-1/2" by 11-1/2". )
Inscribed by Johnson: "To Gene Black/a patriot always/Lyndon B. Johnson."
Photograph. Lyndon Johnson, Jacqueline Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Eugene Black ( 10-1/2" by 8-1/2". )
Photograph. Pope John XXIII greeting Eugene Black and a bishop. Color ( 12-1/2" by 11". )
Color print. Natives loading an Elder-Demster freighter ( 19" by 14". )
Specimen bond. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development ( 17" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. King of Saudi Arabia. Signed. Color- OS ( 27" by 32". )
Photograph. Douglas Dillon. Signed ( 10-1/2" by 14". )
Photograph. Board of Directors, COMSAT Corp. Color- OS ( 24-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
Photograph. Japanese leader. Signed ( 8" by 10". )
Photograph. Shigao Yashida ( 11-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. Christian Herter. Signed ( 9" by 11-1/2". )
Original cartoon. That Old Black Magic, by David Low ( 25" by 21". )
Belgian certificate of Free Passage Issued to Eugene Black (Sr.), 19 May 1859 ( 17" by 23-1/2". )
Photograph. Robert Anderson. Signed ( 10-1/2" by 14". )
Photograph. Levi Eshkol. Signed ( 10-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Photograph. Robert W. Menzies. Signed ( 9-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Photograph. President Nasser. Signed ( 10" by 12-1/2". )
Photograph. Man with gamefish ( 6-1/2" by 10-1/2". )
Photograph. Prince Bernhard. Signed ( 8-1/2" by 10-1/2". )
Photograph. Mohammed Ayub Khan. Signed. Silver frame with gold emblem ( 8-3/4" by 11". )
Photograph. King Hussein. Signed. Ornate mother-of-pearl frame ( 12-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. Pakistani official. Signed. Silver frame with gold emblem ( 8-1/2" by 11". )
Photograph. African leader in tails and decorations. Signed. Silver frame ( 7-1/4" by 9-1/4". )
Photograph. Oriental leader. Signed. Silver frame ( 9-1/2" by 11-1/2" )
Photograph. Haile Selassie. Silver frame with gold emblem ( 9-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and the Shah of Iran ( 14" by 11-1/2". )
Original cartoon. Eugene Black fishing ( 6-1/2" by 8-1/2". )
Print. U.S.S. Chattanooga ( 6" by 9". )
Photograph. Henry W. Grady. Old oval frame ( 15" high. )
Federal Reserve Note, $20.00. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta ( 8-1/2" by 5-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and two African guards ( 6-1/2" by 8-1/2". )
Amir of Kuwait. Signed ( 9-1/2" by 14". )
Photograph. President Thieu. Signed ( 11" by 13" )
Photograph. Arab leader. Signed ( 12-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. Arab leader (unsigned) ( 12-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C., 1933-1934 ( 14" by 11". )
Photograph. Latin American official. Signed ( 10-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
Original cartoon. Eugene Black in Victorian bed with ticker, bourbon, television set and book ( 12" by 20-1/2". )
With poem to Mr. Black from the staff of the World Bank
Photograph. Eugene Black, Sr. ( 11-1/2" by 16". )
Group of four photographs. African actors performing Hamlet ( 20" by 17". )
Photograph. Large group of men outside building ( 12" by 9". )
Photograph. Statue of Henry W. Grady ( 16-1/2" by 21". )
Photograph. Maurice Frére. Signed ( 12" by 17". )
Facsimile of Wright Brothers patent ( 12-1/2" by 15-1/2". )
Facsimile of insurance policy of Compagnie d'Assurance Générale issued to Honoré de Balzac ( 17" by 20-1/2". )
Facsimile of manuscript of old poem from Kress Library ( 9" by 15-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black seated between two other signatories, with aides standing behind ( 10" by 8". )
Photograph. Eugene Black with Bobby Jones ( 10" by 8". )
Photograph. Bobby Jones in foursome ( 12-1/2" by 11". )
Photograph. Bobby Jones driving. Signed ( 10-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
Menu cover and place card. Dinner given by Eugene Black for colleagues in International Bank, 26 December 1962 ( 10" by 14". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and others representing the United States at a conference table. Signed by Mike Monroney and Robert B. Anderson
Photograph. Eugene Black with three others at signing of Agreement of International Finance Corporation, 5 December 1955 ( 12-1/2" by 10-1/2". )
Photograph. Policy and Finance Committee, F. W. Woolworth. Color ( 13" by 12". )
Photograph. Board of Directors, F. W. Woolworth. Color ( 21-1/2" by 19". )
Photograph. Marshal Tito riding a white horse. Signed ( 12-3/4" by 10". )
Photograph. Eugene Black, Prince Bernhard and another. Signed ( 11" by 9" )
Photograph. Eugene Black and Prince Bernhard. Signed ( 7-1/2" by 10" . )
Group of two photographs. Chalk notice in French concerning obligations of the International Bank ( 12-1/2" by 19". )
Photograph. Robert B. Anderson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Eugene Black and another. Signed by all ( 15" by 11". )
Photograph. Dwight D. Eisenhower with Eugene Black and four others. Signed by Eisenhower ( 11" by 14". )
Photograph. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Robert Anderson and Eugene Black ( 14" by 11". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and seven others at signing of loan to Norway ( 13" by 11". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and Bobby Jones ( 8" by 10". )
Autograph envelope. Bearing two signatures of Charles Dickens, and framed with two other items ( 12" by 11". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and another signing documents as four others look on ( 12-1/2" by 11". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and three others look on as man in center signs document ( 12-1/2" by 11". )
Photograph. President Johnson presiding at meeting (16 others). Signed by Johnson ( 10" by 10-1/2". )
Photograph. Group of men at dinner, including Eugene Black, 21 July 1947 ( 12-1/2" by 10". )
Photograph. T. Kittikachorn. Color. Signed, 18 September 1968 ( 11" by 14-1/2". )
Photograph. Group of five persons, including Queen Juliana, Prince Bernhard and Eugene Black. Color ( 7" by 5-1/2". )
Print. Portrait sketch of William Fulbright. Signed by Fulbright ( 8-1/2" by 11". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and three Asians at the signing of a loan to Japan, with large group looking on ( 10" by 8-1/2". )
Photograph. Businessman (?). Signed, The Hague, February 1964 ( 6-1/2" by 8-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and three other men with Shirley Temple. Signed by Shirley Temple ( 15" by 12". )
Photograph. Board of Directors, Brookings Institution, 1968 ( 16-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black and three others at a signing ( 10" by 8". )
Photograph. President Marcos of the Philippines. Color. Signed ( 13-1/2" by 16". )
Original watercolor. Portrait of Eugene Black for TIME cover Signed by Boris Artzybasheff, June 25, 1956 ( 21-1/2" by 17". )
White House Christmas' card. Signed by Lady Bird Johnson and Lyndon Johnson ( 20-1/2" by 16". )
T.L.s. Herbert Hoover to Eugene Black (1p.) ( 12" by 13". )
T.L.s. Lyndon Johnson to Eugene Black, 14 January 1969 (1p.) ( 10-1/2" by 13-1/2". )
Printed essay. Fishing, by Herbert Hoover ( 12" by 15". )
Montage. Overseas Development Council, March 1969 ( 19-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Photograph. Eugene Black standing on sidewalk ( 12-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Certificate. Order of the Orange Nassau, The Netherlands ( 11-1/2" by 16-1/2". )
Certificate. University of Georgia Alumni Society ( 10-1/2" by 14". )
Certificate. Order of San Carlos, Colombia ( 16" by 13". )
Certificate. Order of San Carlos, Colombia. Another copy ( 16" by 13". )
Certificate. Ordre National de la Légion d'Honneur, France ( 19" by 14-1/2". )
Certificate. Cavaliere de Gran Croce, Italy ( 17" by 21". )
Certificate. St. John's College, Annapolis ( 9-1/2" by 12-1/2". )
Certificate. State of New York, Appointment of Eugene R. Black as member of Council of Economic Advisers, 30 November 1968 ( 18-1/2" by 15-1/2". )
Certificate. Order of the Crown of Thailand ( 11" by 16". )
Certificate. Royal Horticultural Society ( 9" by 12-1/2". )
Certificate. Wisdom Award of Honor ( 11-1/2" by 9-1/2". )
Certificate. [Thai.] ( 9-1/2" by 7-1/2". )
Certificate. F. W. Woolworth Co. ( 11" by 15". )
Certificate. National Institute of Sciences ( 18-1/2" by 14-1/2". )
Typescript citation. Brookings Institution ( 9" by 11-1/2". )
Certificate. COMSAT Board, resolution ( 12-1/2" by 15-1/2". )
Certificate. Municipal Bond Club of New York ( 12" by 15". )
Certificate. Order of the Sacred Treasure, Japan ( 24" by 17-1/2". )
Certificate. Order of National Merit, Mauritania ( 20-1/2" by 16-1/2". )
Certificate. La Condecoración de Aguila Azteca, Mexico ( 14-1/2" by 24-1/2". )
Certificate. New York World's Fair, 1964-65 ( 15-1/2" by 11-1/2". )
Certificate. City of Geneva ( 14" "by 18-1/2" . )
Certificate. Appointment of Eugene Black as Special Adviser to the President. Signed by John F. Kennedy and Dean Rusk ( 23" by 20". )
Certificate. Appointment of Eugene Black as Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Signed by Harry S. Truman and Dean Acheson ( 23-1/2" by 20". )
Certificate. Appointment of Eugene R. Black as member of the General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs. Signed by Lyndon Johnson and Dean Rusk ( 23" by 19". )
Certificate. Ford Foundation ( 9-1/2" by 12". )
Certificate. Great Living American award, Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. ( 11-1/2" by 16". )
Plaque. Blue Key Award, 1969 ( 12" high. )
Photograph, mounted on wood. Eugene R. Black receiving Blue Key Award ( 11-1/2" by 13". )
Plaque. Bank Bowling League ( 8" by 12". )
Plaque. Washington Board of Trade, 1958 ( 10-1/2" by 12". )
Plaque. Beta Gamma Sigma, 1972 ( 13" by 11". )



Subseries 6b: Certificates for Honorary Doctorates

University of Arkansas, 1959
Bishop's University, 27 May 1961
Centre College, 6 June 1965
University of Chattanooga, 11 June 1951
Columbia University, 1 June 1954
Emory University, 11 June 1962
University of Hamburg, 19 July 1961
Hamilton College- OS, 5 June 1966
University of Hartford, 11 June 1961
Harvard University, 16 June 1960
University of Long Island, 8 June 1965
Macalester College, 8 June 1959
McGill University, 29 May 1964
Northeastern University, 17 June 1962
Oglethorpe University, 5 June 1955
University of Oxford, 27 June 1962
Princeton University, 14 June 1960
Rutgers University-OS, 5 June 1959
St. Andrews University- OS, 3 July 1952
University of the South, 8 October 1967
Stetson University, 1 June 1964
University of Sussex, 11 June 1963
Syracuse University, 8 March 1957
University of Toronto- OS, 11 June 1964
Tufts University, 21 April 1960
Victoria University, 17 May 1961
Waseda University, 17 September 1968
Williams College, 1 October 1960
Yale University, 15 June 1960
 

Series 7: PRINTED WORKS BY OR ABOUT EUGENE R. BLACK



Subseries 7a: Printed Works by Eugene R. Black

Address by Eugene R. Black, Executive Director for the United States of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Before the Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Investment Bankers Association, Hollywood, Florida. Original wrappers, December 2, 1947 1947
Address by Eugene R. Black, President of the International Bank. (In International Financial News Survey, volume XII, number 14), 2 October 1959
Address by Eugene R. Black, President, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Before the Annual Convention of the Savings Banks Association of the State of New York, Aboard the "Nieuw Amsterdam," Stapled as issued, October 23, 1949 1949
Address by Eugene R. Black, President, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, to the Institute of Bankers, London. Original wrappers, December 1, 1959 1959
Address to Economic and Social Council of United Nations, New York. (Reprinted from The Population Crisis and the Use of World Resources.) The Hague, April 24, 1961 1964
[Address to the Bond Club of New York] (In the Coupon, No. 80), 22 May 1952 August 1952
The Age of Economic Development. (Offprint from The Economic Journal, volume LXX), June 1960
Alternative in Southeast Asia. (In Brigham Young University College of Business, Executive Lectures) Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1970 1970
Asia as a Community of Nations. N. P. Original wrappers, 1966
Asian Development Bank Act Amendments of 1968. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1968 27 February 1968
[Congressional hearing, contains testimony by Eugene R. Black.]
Asian Development Bank Special Funds. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1968 3 October 1967
[Congressional hearing, contains testimony by Eugene R. Black.]
The Diplomacy of Economic Development. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Dust jacket, 1960
The Diplomacy of Economic Development. New York: Atheneum. Paper, 1963 (6 c.)
The Diplomacy of Economic Development. (in Japanese). [N. p.], 1963
The Diplomacy of Economic Development. (in Persian). Tehran, Iran: Morvareed Press, 1963
A Doctrinaire Approach. (In The Virginia Quarterly Review, volume 41, number 1, Winter 1965
The Domestic Dividends of Foreign Aid. (Reprinted from Columbia Journal of World Business), Fall, 1965
Economic Development. (In Coca-Cola Overseas, volume 3, number 3), June 1950
Economic Development: Technology Alone Is Not Enough. (In The General Electric Forum), July-September 1966
Economic Development: Technology Alone Is Not Enough. (Offprint from above.)
Education for Development in Southeast Asia. [N. p.] Original wrappers, 1966
Educational Development in Southeast Asia. [N. p.] Original wrappers, 1965
Foreign Aid. [N. p.] Stapled, as issued, 1963
Introduction. (In To Tame a River. Washington: Government Printing Office), 1968 (2 c.)
The Mekong River. New York: National Strategy Information Center, Inc. Original wrappers, 1969
The New Industrial Revolution. (Offprint from The Virginia Quarterly Review, volume 35, number 3), Summer 1959
A Politica do Desenvolvimento Econômico. Rio de Janeiro: Editôra Fundo de Cultura, 1963
Regional Co-operation and Development Policy: The Asian Example. (Offprint from The Virginia Quarterly Review, volume 44, number 1, Winter 1968
Report to the President of the United States from the Committee to Strengthen the Security of the Free World. Washington: Department of State, 1963
[Eugene R. Black was one of the ten members of the committee.]
Southeast Asia Development Plans. Chicago. Original wrappers, 1965
Tales of Two Continents: Africa and South America. Ferdinand Phinizy Lectures, University of Georgia. [Athens: University of Georgia Press] Original wrappers, 1961 1961
Towards a New Diplomacy in East Asia. [N. p.]. Original wrappers, 1968
The World Bank and Widening Frontiers of Investment. [N. p.] Stapled, as issued, 1955



Subseries 7b: Printed Works About Eugene R. Black (Excluding Clippings)

Agreement Establishing the Asian Development Bank. [Presidential Message to Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office. Stapled, as issued, 18 January 1966 1966
Asian Development Bank Act. [Committee report. Washington: Government Printing Office], 7 February 1966 1966
Black Bids New Administration Face Mideast Facts. (In The Link, volume II, number 1), January 1969
Eugene Black, Banker of the World. (In The Chi Phi Chakett), September 1959
Gene Black 'Drafted' To Head World Bank. (In Finance, volume 56, number 10), 31 May 1949
[cover story ].
Interbank People (In International Banker, volume 1, number 1), December 1966
[Cover story on Eugene R. Black. ]
International Bank Notes, December 1962
[Entire issue devoted to Eugene R. Black.]
 

Series 8: SHAKESPEARE COLLECTION last part box 2



Subseries 8a: Editions of William Shakespeare's Works

Antony and Cleopatra. Edited by Louis B. Wright. New York: Washington Square Press Inc. Paper, 1961
Antony and Cleopatra (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Antony and Cleopatra. Facsimile of the First Polio Text. Edited by John Dover Wilson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Dust jacket, 1929
As You Like It. Edited by Albert Gilman. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
As You Like It. (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Paper, 1964
Comedies. Edited by Peter Alexander. London: Collins, 1958
The Comedies. With an Introduction by Tyrone Guthrie. New York: The Heritage Press, 1958
Complete Works. London: Collins, 1958 (v. 2, 3, 4, of 4 v.)
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1955
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. With an Introduction by Ivor Brown. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1953 (4 v.)
Coriolanus. Edited by G. R. Hibbard. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
Coriolanus (in Chinese). "Republic of China: Book World Co. ,Paper, 1964
The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare. With Notes and a Biographical Notice by Robert Inglis. Edinburgh: Gall & Inglis. Decorated cloth, gilt, with inset decal on front cover, [ca. 1880]
Everyman's Dictionary of Shakespeare Quotations. Compiled by D. C. Browning. London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1953
The Family Shakespeare. Edited by Thomas Bowdler. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., n. d. (6 v.)
Five Plays of Shakespeare. Edited by George Lyman Kittredge. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1941
Four Great Historical Plays. New York: Pocket Books Inc. Paper, 1953
Hamlet. Edited by John Russell Brown & Bernard Harris. London: Edward Arnold Ltd., 1963
Hamlet (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Paper, 1964
Henry the Fourth, Part 1. Edited by Samuel Burdett Hemingway. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1936
Henry the Fourth (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Henry the IV, Part II (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
The Histories. With an Introduction by James G. McManaway. New York: The Heritage Press, 1958
The History of Troilus and Cressida. Edited by Daniel Seltzer. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
Julius Caesar. Edited by Norman Sanders. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
Julius Caesar (in Arabic?). Paper
Julius Caesar(in Persian). Tehran, Iran: B. T. N. K. Dust jacket, 1956
Letter from Issa Sadig to Eugene Black laid in.
King Lear (in Japanese)
King Lear (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Paper, 1964
The Life and Death of King Richard the Second. Edited by Matthew Black. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1955
The Living Shakespeare: Twenty-Two Plays & the Sonnets. New York: Macmillan Co., 1949
Macbeth. Edited by G. K. Hunter. Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
Macbeth (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Paper, 1964
Measure for Measure (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Paper, 1964
The Merchant of Venice. Edited by W. Moelwyn Merchant. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
The Merchant of Venice (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1602...From the Original in the British Museum. London: University Microfilms, Limited, 1964
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Edited by Wolfgang Clemen. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Edited by Stanley Wells. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
A Midsummer Night's Dream (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
A Midsummer Night's Dream (in Thai verse)
Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies. A Facsimile Edition Prepared by Helge Kökeritz. New Haven: Yale University Press. Dust jacket, 1955
Much Ado About Nothing (in Japanese)
A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare. Edited by Horace Howard Furness. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. 19 v. Three-quarter leather, 1873-1919
The Norton Facsimile. The First Folio of Shakespeare. Prepared by Charlton Hinman. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1968
In original publisher's box, with prospectus laid in.
Othello (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Romeo and Juliet. Edited by T. J. B. Spencer. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1967
Romeo and Juliet (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Romeo and Juliet (in Japanese)
Roméo et Juliette. Translated by Georges Duval. Illustrations by W. Hatherell. Paris: Ernest Flammarion. Three-quarter leather, [ca. 1910?]
The Second Part of Henry the Fourth. Edited by Matthias A. Shaaber. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1940
[Selected Plays, in Persian] (2 v.)
A Shakespeare Anthology. With a Foreword by G. F. Maine. London: Collins, n. d.
Specially bound as a souvenir of Shakespearean Festival, Stratford on Avon, Canada.
Shakespeare Birthday Book, Compiled by Marjory Swinton. London: Collins, n. d. Leather
The Shakespeare Birthday Book With Quotations Selected by Levi Fox. Norwich: Cotman House, n. d. Leather
Shakespeare Said It. Selected and Annotated by William Dodge Lewis. Syracuse: Syracuse University. Dust jacket, 1961
Shakespeare: The Complete Works. Edited by G. B. Harrison. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1952
Shakespeare's Comedies. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1931
The Sonnets. Edited by Hyder Edward Rollins. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1944 (2 v.)
The Sonnets and A Lover's Complaint. Penguin Books. Paper, 1955
The Sonnets of William Shakespeare. Edited by Levi Fox. Norwich: Cotman House, n. d. Leather
Sonnets, Songs and Poems of William Shakespeare. Edited by Henry W. Simon. New York: Pocket Books, Inc.. Half leather, 1951
(Collector's Edition).
Teatro. Florence, Italy: Sansoni, 1956 (v. 1 only.)
The Tempest (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
La Tempête. Illustrations de Edmond Dulac. Paris: L'Edition d'art, n. d. Original wrappers
The Tragedies. With an Introduction by George Rylands. New York: The Heritage Press, 1959
Tragedies. Tel-Aviv: Am Hassefer Publishing Ltd., 1959
The Tragedy of Hamlet. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1937
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Edited by Edward Hubler. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Edited by John Dover Wilson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948
The Tragedy of King Lear. Edited by Russell Fraser. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
The Tragedy of King Lear. Another copy with
British price label pasted on cover.
The Tragedy of King Richard the Second. Edited by Kenneth Muir. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
The Tragedy of Macbeth. Edited by Sylvan Barnet. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
The Tragedy of Macbeth. With an Introduction by Henry Norman Hudson. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1935
The Tragedy of Othello. Edited by Alvin Kernan. New York: New American Library. Paper, 1963
The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1926
Troilus and Cressida. Edited by Harold N. Hillebrand. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1953
Troilus and Cressida (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Twelfth Night (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
Two Gentlemen of Verona (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
William Shakespeare; the Complete Works. Edited by Charles Jasper Sisson. London: Odhams Press Limited, [1960?]
Editor's autographed presentation copy
The Winter's Tale. Edited by G. B. Harrison. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1954
The Winter's Tale (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co., Paper, 1964
The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited by William George Clark and William Aldis Wright. London: Macmillan and Co., 1953
The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited by James O. Halliwell. Illustrations by Frederick William Fairholt. London: Printed for the Editor. Half leather, 1853-1865 (16 v.)
Number 57 of an edition of 150 copies signed by the editor.
The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited by H. N. Hudson. Boston: Estes and Lauriat. (Student's Handy Shakespeare), 1887 (v. 4-7, 9, 11-12 of 12 v.)
The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited by Howard Staunton. Illustrations by Sir John Gilbert. London: George Routledge and Sons, bound in 40 parts by Pfister of New York. Three-quarter leather, 1881 1881 (15 v.)
Number 187 of 1,000 copies of the Edition de luxe.
The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited by George Stevens. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Co., Three-quarter leather, 1852
The Works of William Shakespeare. Chronologically Arranged. London: Macmillan and Co., 1925 (v. 2 only.)
The Works of William Shakespeare, Complete. New York: Black's Readers Service Co., 1937



Subseries 8b: Printed Works About Shakespeare and His Writings

Adams, Joseph Quincy. A Life of William Shakespeare. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1923
An Age of Kings. [television program schedule]. New Jersey: Standard Oil Company, n.d. Original wrappers
Alexander, Louis C. The Autobiography of William Shakespeare. London: Headley Brothers, 1911
Number 17 of an edition of 1,000 copies.
Alexander, Peter. Hamlet Father and Son. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1955
Alexander, Peter. Shakespeare's Life and Art. New York: New York University Press. Paper, 1961
The American Shakespeare Festival Theater, Stratford, Connecticut. Program booklet for As You Like It and Androcles and the Lion. Original wrappers, 1968
Amphlett, H. Who Was Shakespeare? London: William Heineman Ltd., 1955
Babcock, C. Merton. Shakespeare: Wisdon & Wit. New York: Peter Pauper Press, 1967
Bailey, John. Shakespeare. London: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd., 1929
Barber, C. L. Shakespeare's Festive Comedy. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1959
Bartlett, John. A Complete Concordance... of Shakespeare. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1953
Beeching, H. C. William Shakespeare: Player, Playmaker, and Poet. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1908
Bentley, Gerald Eades. Shakespeare: A Biographical Handbook. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1961
Boas, Frederick S. Five Pre-Shakespearean Comedies. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1934
Bowers, Fredson. On Editing Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Dramatists. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1955
Bradley, A. C. Shakespearean Tragedy. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1952
Brooke, Stopford A. On Ten Plays of Shakespeare. London: Constable and Company, Ltd., 1954
Brooke, Tucker. Essays in Shakespeare and Other Elizabethans. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1949
Brough, Robert B. The Life of Sir John Falstaff. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts. In slipcase, 1857-1858
In the 10 original parts.
Brown, Ivor. Shakespeare. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1949
Brown, Ivor. Shakespeare in His Time. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd., 1960
Brown, John Russell. Shakespeare's Plays in Performance. London: Edward Arnold Ltd., 1966
Burgess, Anthony. Nothing Like the Sun; a Story of Shakespeare's Love-Life. London: Heinemann. Dust jacket, 1964
Bush, Geoffrey. Shakespeare and the Natural Condition. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1956
Cairncross, A. S. The Problem of Hamlet-A Solution. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1936
Campbell, John. Shakespeare's Legal Acquirements Considered. London: John Murray, 1859
Campbell, Lily B. Shakespeare's Tragic Heroes; Slaves of Passion. New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc. Paper, 1959
Campbell, Oscar James. Shakespeare's Satire. London: Oxford University Press, 1943
Campbell, Oscar James and Quinn, Edward G. The Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare . New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company. Dust jacket, 1966
Canning, Albert S. G. Shakespeare, Studied in Eight Plays. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1903
Churchill, R. C. Shakespeare and His Betters. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press. Dust jacket, 1958
Chute, Marchette. An Introduction to Shakespeare. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1956
Chute, Marchette. Shakespeare of London. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1949
Chute, Marchette. Stories From Shakespeare. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1956
Chute, Marchette. Stories From Shakespeare. Cleveland: World Publishing Co. Another copy. Dust jacket, 1956
Autographed presentation copy, to Joseph Verner Reed.
Chute, Marchette, and Perrie, Ernestine. The Worlds of Shakespeare. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. Dust jacket, 1963
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Lectures and Notes on Shakespeare and Other Dramatists. London: Oxford University Press. Dust jacket, 1931
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Coleridge on Shakespeare. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1969
Coles, Blanche. Shakespeare Studies-Hamlet. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1938
Cooper, Duff. Sergeant Shakespeare. New York: The Viking Press, 1950
Craig, Hardin. An Interpretation of Shakespeare. New York: Citadel Press, 1949
Craig, Hardin. A New Look at Shakespeare's Quartos. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Dust jacket, 1961
Creighton, Charles. An Allegory of Othello. London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1912
Autographed presentation copy to Mrs. William G. Steel.
Cruttwell, Patrick. The Shakespearean Moment. London: Chatto & Windus, 1954
De Selincourt, Aubrey. Six Great Playwrights. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1960
Dickey, Franklin M. Not Wisely But Too Well; Shakespeare's Love Tragedies. San Marino, Calif.: Huntington Library, 1957
Dodd, William. The Beauties of Shakespeare. Boston: T. Bedlington. Full contemporary leather, 1827
Dowden, Edward. Shakspere: A Critical Study of His Mind and His Art. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., Ltd., 1897
Drinkwater, John. Shakespeare. London: Duckworth, 1949
Eastman, Arthur M. A Short History of Shakespearean Criticism. New York: Random House, 1968
Eccles, Mark. Shakespeare in Warwickshire. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Dust jacket, 1961
Ellacombe, Henry N. The Plant-Lore & Garden-Craft of Shakespeare. London: W. Satchell & Co., 1884
Elliott, G. R. Dramatic Providence In Macbeth. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1958
Elliott, G. R. Dramatic Providence In Macbeth. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1960
Ellis-Fermor, Una. Shakespeare the Dramatist. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1961
Evans, Bertrand. Shakespeare's Comedies. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1960
Farnam, Henry W. Shakespeare's Economics. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1931
Fisher, Sidney. An Exhibit of Shakespeare Books From the Collection of Mr. Sidney Fisher of Montreal. Montreal: The Halcyon Press. Original wrappers, 1956
Fisher, Sidney. An Exhibit of Shakespeare Books From the Collection of Mr. Sidney Fisher of Montreal. Montreal: The Halcyon Press. Original wrappers, 1957
Flatter, Richard. Hamlet's Father. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1949
Flatter, Richard. Shakespeare's Producing Hand. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc., 1948
Fluchère, Henri. Shakespeare. With a Foreword by T. S. Eliot. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1953
Fluchère, Henri. Shakespeare and the Elizabethans. New York: Hill and Wang, Inc. Paper, 1956
Ford, Boris. A Guide to English Literature, v. 2: The Age of Shakespeare. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1955
Ford, Harold. Shakespeare: His Ethical Teaching. London: Smiths' Printing Co. [n. d.]
Fox, Levi. The Shakespeare Book. Norwich: Jarrold and Sons Ltd., n.d. Original wrappers
Fox,Levi. Stratford-upon-Avon: An Appreciation. Norwich: Jarrold and Sons Ltd., 1963
Friedman, William F., and Friedman, Elizabeth S. The Shakespearean Ciphers Examined. Cambridge: At the University Press. Dust jacket, 1957
Garrett, John. Talking of Shakespeare. New York: Theatre Arts Books, 1954
Gordon, George. Shakespearian Comedy. London: Oxford University Press, 1953
Gordon, George. Shakespearian Comedy and Other Studies. London: Oxford University Press, 1945
Granville-Barker, Harley, and Harrison, G. B. A Companion to Shakespeare Studies. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday & Co., Inc. Paper, 1960
Granville-Barker, Harley. Preface to Hamlet. New York: Hill and Wang, Inc. Paper, 1957
Grebanier, Bernard. The Heart of Hamlet. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., Dust jacket. 2 c., 1960
Grebanier, Bernard. The Truth About Shylock. New York: Random House. Dust jacket, 1962
Autographed presentation copy.
Greg, W. W. The Shakespeare First Folio. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Dust jacket, 1955
Grindon, Leo H. The Shakspere Flora. Manchester: Palmer & Howe. Half leather, 1883
Gross, Fannie. Shakespeare Quiz Book. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1959
Guthrie, Tyrone; Davies, Robertson; and Macdonald Grant. Renown at Stratford. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd. Dust jacket, 1953
Guthrie, Tyrone; Davies, Robertson; and Macdonald Grant. Twice Have the Trumpets Sounded. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 1954
Halliday, F. E. The Cult of Shakespeare. New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1960
Halliday, F. E. The Poetry of Shakespeare's Plays. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. 2 c., 1954
Halliday, F. E. Shakespeare and His Critics. London: Theodore Brun Ltd., 1949
Halliday, F. E. A Shakespeare Companion 1550-1950. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Co., 1952
Halliday, F. E. Shakespeare in His Age. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd., 1956
Hamley, Edward. Shakespeare's Funeral and Other Papers. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1889
Harbage, Alfred. Shakespeare and the Rival Traditions. New York: Macmillan Co., 1952
Harbage, Alfred. Shakespeare's Audience. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941
Harbage, Alfred. William Shakespeare: A Reader's Guide. New York: Farrar, Straus and Co., 1963
Harris, Frank. The Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story. New York: Frank Harris, 1921
Harrison, G. B. Introducing Shakespeare. London: Penguin Books. Paper, 1954
Harrison, G. B. Shakespeare at Work, 1592-1603. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Paper, 1958
Harrison, G. B. Shakespeare's Tragedies. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., 1956
Hawkins, Charles Halford. Noctes Shaksperianae. Winchester, England, 1887
Heath, Charles. The Heroines of Shakespeare. London: W. Kent & Co., Plates, 1858
Hill, Frank Ernest. To Meet Will Shakespeare. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1949
Hodges, C. Walter. The Globe Restored. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc. Dust jacket, 1954
Holland, Norman N. Psychoanalysis and Shakespeare. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Dust jacket, 1966
Holmes, Martin. Shakespeare's Public; The Touchstone of His Genius. London: John Murray. 2 c., 1960
Howse, Ernest Marshall. Spiritual Values in Shakespeare. New York: Abingdon Press, 1955
Hubler, Edward. The Sense of Shakespeare's Sonnets. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1952
Hubler, Edward. Shakespeare's Songs and Sonnets. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1959
Autographed presentation copy.
Jameson, Anna. Shakespeare's Heroines. London: George Bell & Sons, 1897
Jones, Ernest. Hamlet and Oedipus. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday & Co., Paper, 1954
Jorgensen, Paul A. Shakespeare's Military World. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1956
Kendall, Paul Murray. Richard the Third. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1956
Kermode, Frank. William Shakespeare: The Final Plays. London: Longmans, Green, & Co. Paper, 1963
Kingman, Tracy. An Authentic Contemporary Portrait of Shakespeare. New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1932
Kingston, Waldo. The Shakespeare Companion. London: The Saturn Press, 1947
Kirsch, James. Shakespeare's Royal Self. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1966
Knights, L. C. An Approach to 'Hamlet'. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1961
Kökeritz, Helge. Shakespeare's Pronunciation. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953
Kott, Jan. Shakespeare: Our Contemporary. Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday & Co., Inc. Dust jacket, 1964
Kozintsev, Grigori. Shakespeare: Time and Conscience. New York: Hill and Wang, 1966
Lawlor, John. The Tragic Sense in Shakespeare. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1960
Lee, Sidney. A Life of William Shakespeare. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1916
Lewis, William Dodge. Shakespeare Said It. Syracuse: Syracuse University, 1961
Lewis, Wyndham. The Lion and the Fox. The Role of the Hero in the Plays of Shakespeare. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1955
Macardle, Dorothy. Shakespeare: Man and Boy. London: Faber and Faber, 1961
McCurdy, Harold Grier. The Personality of Shakespeare. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1953
Mcllwraith, A. K. Five Elizabethan Tragedies. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1938
Mack, Maynard. King Lear in Our Time. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1966
McLeod, Taylor. The Shakespeare Country. London: W. & R. Chambers Ltd., n.d.
McManaway, James G. Shakespeare 400. Essays by American Scholars on the Anniversary of the Poet's Birth. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1964
McManaway, James G. Studies in Shakespeare, Bibliography, and Theater. New York: The Shakespeare Association of America. Boxed, 1969
Mander, Raymond and Mitchenson, Joe. Hamlet Through the Ages. London: Rockliff, 1952
Marder, Louis. His Exits and His Entrances; the Story of Shakespeare's Reputation. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1963
Number 120 of 500 copies for readers of The Shakespeare Newsletter. Autographed presentation copy.
Martin, Milward W. Was Shakespeare Shakespeare? New York: Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., 1965
Inscribed to Eugene Black by Pidge Martin.
Masefield, John. William Shakespeare. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1954
Meader, William G. Courtship in Shakespeare. New York: King's Crown Press, Columbia University, 1954
Meighen, Arthur. The Greatest Englishman of History. Review Company of Fort Erie (Canada) Limited, 1954
Melsome W. S. The Bacon-Shakespeare Anatomy. New York: Russell F. Moore Co., n. d.
Miriam, Joseph, Sister. Shakespeare's Use of the Arts of Language. New York: Columbia University Press, 1949
More Talking of Shakespeare. Edited by John Garrett. London: Longmans, Green and Co., Ltd. Dust jacket, 1959
Murry, John Middleton. Shakespeare. London: Jonathan Cape, 1954
Neale, John E. England's Elizabeth. Washington: The Folger Shakespeare Library. Original wrappers, 1958
Neilson, William Allan. The Facts About Shakespeare. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1952
Nicoll, Allardyce. British Drama. London: George G. Harrap and Co., Ltd., 1958
Nicoll, Allardyce. The Elizabethans. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dust jacket, 1957
Autographed presentation copy.
Nicoll, Allardyce. Shakespeare. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1952 (2c.)
Nicoll, Allardyce. Shakespeare. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1961
Nicoll, Allardyce, and Nicoll, Josephine. Holinshed's Chronicle as Used in Shakespeare's Plays. London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1959
Norman, Charles. The Playmaker of Avon. Philadelphia: David McKay Co., 1949
Norman, Charles. So Worthy a Friend: William Shakespeare. New York: Rinehart & Co., Inc., 1947
O'Connor, Frank. Shakespeare's Progress. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1960
Ogburn, Dorothy, and Ogburn, Charlton. The Renaissance Man of England. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc. Dust jacket, 1955
The Oregon Shakespearean Festival Association Presents Shakespeare. Program for 23rd season in Ashland, Oregon, (1963)
Palmer, John. Comic Characters of Shakespeare. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1953
Palmer, John. Political Characters of Shakespeare. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1945
Palmer, John. Political Characters of Shakespeare. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1948
Parker, M. D. H. The Slave of Life. London: Chatto & Windus. Dust jacket, 1955
Parrott, Thomas Marc, and Ball, Robert Hamilton. A Short View of Elizabethan Drama. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Paper, 1958
Partridge, Eric. Shakespeare's Bawdy; a Literary & Psychological Essay and a Comprehensive Glossary. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1955
Pearson, Hesketh. A Life of Shakespeare. With an Anthology of Shakespeare's Poetry. London: Carroll & Nicholson, 1949
Pearson, Hesketh. A Life of Shakespeare. With an Anthology of Shakespeare's Poetry. New York: Walker & Co., 1961
Porohovshikov, Pierre S. Shakespeare Unmasked. London: Arco Publishers, Ltd., 1955
Prouty, Charles Tyler. The Contention and Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1954
Prouty, Charles Tyler. The Sources of Much Ado About Nothing. New Haven: Yale University Press. Dust jacket, 1950
Prouty, Charles Tyler. Studies in the Elizabethan Theatre. [Hamden, Conn.]: The Shoe String Press, Inc., 1961
Quennell, Peter. Shakespeare; a Biography. Cleveland: The World Publishing Co., 1963
Raleigh, Walter. Shakespeare. London: Macmillan & Co., 1953
Ralli, Augustus. A History of Shakespearian Criticism. London: Oxford University Press, 1932 (v. 1 only.)
Read, Conyers. The Government of England Under Elizabeth. Washington: The Folger Shakespeare Library. (Folger Booklets on Tudor and Stuart Civilization). Original wrappers, 1960
Reese, M. M. Shakespeare: His World & His Work. London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1953
Ridler, Anne. Shakespeare Criticism 1919-1935. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1956
Ridler, Anne. Shakespeare Criticism 1935-1960. London: Oxford University Press, 1964
Ridley, M. R. Shakespeare's Plays. London: J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd., 1957
Righter, Anne. Shakespeare and the Idea of the Play. New York: Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1962
Rosen, William. Shakespeare and the Craft of Tragedy. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1960
Rosenberg, Marvin. The Masks of Othello. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1961
Rossiter, A. P. Angel With Horns and Other Shakespeare Lectures. New York: Theatre Art Books, 1961
Rowse, A. L. The Elizabethan Renaissance. The Life of the Society. London: Macmillan. Dust jacket, 1971
Autographed presentation copy.
Rowse, A. L. Shakespeare the Man. New York: Harper & Row, 1973
Rowse, A. L. Shakespeare's Sonnets. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1964
Rowse, A. L. Shakespeare's Southampton. London: Macmillan, 1965
Rowse, A. L. William Shakespeare. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1963
Scott, W. I. D. Shakespeare's Melancholics. London: Mills & Boon Ltd., 1962
Sewell, Arthur. Character and Society in Shakespeare. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1951
Shakespeare Criticism; A Selection With an Introduction by D. Nichol Smith. London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, 1926
Shakespeare Criticism; A Selection With an Introduction by D. Nichol Smith. London: Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, 1963
Shakespeare Cross-Examination. Chicago: Cuneo Press Inc., 1961
Shakespeare Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon. Souvenir Program for the season. Original wrappers, 1963
Shakespeare Survey 7. Edited by Allardyce Nicoll. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1954
Shakespeare Survey 14. Edited by Allardyce Nicoll. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dust jacket, 1961
Shakespeare Survey 15. Edited by Allardyce Nicoll. Cambridge: University Press, 1962
Shakespeare Survey 22. Edited by Kenneth Muir. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dust jacket, 1969
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume IX number 2, 3, 4, 1958
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume X number 1, 2, 1959
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XI number 1, 3, 4, 1960
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XII number 1, 2, 4, 1961
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XIII number 3, 4, 1962
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XV number 1, 1964
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XVI number 2, 4, 1965
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XIX number 3, 1968
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XX number 4, 1969
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XXI number 2, 3, 1970
Shakespeare Quarterly. Volume XXIII number 4, 1972
Shaw, George Bernard. Shaw on Shakespeare. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1961
Shaw, George Bernard, and Shakespeare, William. Caesar and Cleopatra [and] Antony and Cleopatra. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., n. d. Dust jacket
Sisson, C. J. New Readings in Shakespeare. Cambridge: At the University Press. Dust jackets, 1956 (2 v.)
Sisson, Rosemary Anne. The Young Shakespeare. London: Max Parrish. Dust jacket, 1959
Autographed presentation copy.
Smith D. Nichol. Shakespeare Criticism, a Selection. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1954
Smith, Logan Pearsall. On Reading Shakespeare. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1933
Spalding, K. J. The Philosophy of Shakespeare. New York: Philosophical Library, 1953
Speaight, Robert. Nature in Shakespearian Tragedy. London: Hollis & Carter, 1955
Spencer, T. J. B. Shakespeare: A Celebration 1564-1964. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books. Paper, 1964
Spencer, T. J. B. Shakespeare's Plutarch. Penguin Books. Paper, 1964 (2 c.)
Spencer, Theodore. Shakespeare and the Nature of Man. Lowell Lectures, 1942. New York: The Macmillan Co., Dust jacket, 1951
Sprague, Arthur Colby, and Trewin, J. C. Shakespeare's Plays Today. London: Sidgwick & Jackson. Dust jacket, 1970
Autographed copy.
Stauffer, Donald A. Shakespeare's World of Images. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1949
Stirling, Brents. The Populace in Shakespeare. New York: Columbia University Press, 1949
Stoll, Elmer Edgar. Art and Artifice in Shakespeare. New York: Barnes & Noble. Paper, 1962
The Stratford Festival, 1953-1957. A Record in Pictures and Text of the Shakespearean Festival in Canada. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 1958
Sykes, Claud W. Alias William Shakespeare? London: Aldus Publications Ltd., 1947
Tey, Josephine. The Daughter of Time. London: Peter Davies, 1953
Thaler, Alwin. The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare. (Reprinted From Tennessee Studies in Literature, Number 1). University of Tennessee Press. Original wrappers, 1956
Thaler, Alwin. Shakespeare and Our World. (Reprinted From the Tennessee Studies in Literature, v. 2). Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Paper, 1957
Thayer, William Roscoe. The Best Elizabethan Plays. Boston: Ginn Co. Bound in dark blue cloth woven with golden thread to display a chrysanthemum pattern, 1890
Thomson, J. A. K. Shakespeare and the Classics. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1952
Thorndike, Russell. In the Steps of Shakespeare. New York: Medill McBride Co., 1950
Traversi, Derek. Shakespeare: The Last Phase. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., [1953?]
Trewin, J. C. The Pictorial Story of William Shakespeare and Stratford-upon-Avon. London: Pitkin Pictorials, n. d. Paper
Trewin, J. C., and Cleave, Philip. Shakespeare's Country in Pictures, London: Odhams Press, 1951
Tsubouchi, Shoyo. Guide to the Study of Shakespeare (in Japanese). Boxed
Ulrici, Hermann. Shakspeare's Dramatic Art. London: George Bell and Sons, 1876 (2 v.)
Van Doren, Mark. Shakespeare. Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday & Co., Inc. Paper, 1953
Wadsworth, Frank W. The Poacher From Stratford. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1958
Wait, R. J. C. The Background to Shakespeare's Sonnets. New York: Schocken Books. Dust jacket, 1972
Review slip laid in.
Ward, A. W. and Waller, A. R. The Cambridge History of English Literature. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1953 (v. 2 only.)
Watson, Curtis Brown. Shakespeare and the Renaissance Concept of Honor. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1960
Webster, Margaret. Shakespeare Without Tears. Greenwich, Conn. : Fawcett Publications, Inc. Paper, 1957
Webster, Margaret. Shakespeare Without Tears. Cleveland: World Publishing Co., 1955
Wilson, John Dover. The Essential Shakespeare. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1948
Wilson, John Dover. The Essential Shakespeare. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1952
Wilson, John Dover. The Fortunes of Falstaff. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1945
Wilson, John Dover. The Fortunes of Falstaff. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1953
Wilson, John Dover. An Introduction to the Sonnets of Shakespeare. Cambridge: At the University Press. Paper, 1964
Wilson, John Dover. Life in Shakespeare's England. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books. Paper, 1954
Wilson, John Dover. Shakespeare's Happy Comedies. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 1962
Wilson, Violet A. Society Women of Shakespeare's Time. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., [1924? ]
Winny, James. The Player King. London: Chatto & Windus, 1968
Winter, William. Shakespeare's England. New York: Macmillan & Co., 1892
Withey, Dorothy. Some Interesting Occupants of 21 Chapel Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford-upon-Avon: The Chaucer Head Bookshop. Original wrappers, 1974
Autographed presentation copy.
Wright, Louis B. Shakespeare for Everyman. New York: Washington Square Press. Paper, 1964
Autographed presentation copy.
Auchincloss, Louis. Motiveless Malignity. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. Dust jacket, 1969
A Book of Masques, in Honor of Allardyce Nicoll. Cambridge: At the University Press. Dust jacket, 1967
Buckmaster, Henrietta. All the Living. New York: Random House, 1962
Davies, Robertson, and others. Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew'd, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 1955
Duncan, Ronald. The Rape of Lucretia. London: Faber ana Faber, Ltd., 1953
Hazlitt, William. The Essays of William Hazlitt. London: Macdonald, 1949
Japanese Theatre Annual, (in Japanese). Dust jacket, 1968
Keen, Alan, and Lubbock, Roger. The Annotator. London: Putnam. Dust jacket, 1954
Knight, G. Wilson. The Imperial Theme. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1951
Knight, G. Wilson. The Mutual Flame. New York: The Macmillan Co., Dust jacket, 1955
Knight, G. Wilson. The Sovereign Flower. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1958
Knight, G. Wilson. The Wheel of Fire. New York: Meridian Books. Paper, 1957
Macdonald, Hugh. Portraits in Prose. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1947
Norman, Charles. The Muses' Darling; the Life of Christopher Marlowe. New York: Rinehart & Co., Ind. Dust jacket, 1946
Restoration Plays. New York: The Modern Library, 1953
Williams, Harcourt. Old Vic Saga. London: Winchester Publications Ltd., 1949



Subseries 8c: Miscellaneous Shakespeare Material

Printed exhibition catalogues, programs and menus; letters, including typewritten letters from Ambassador David K. E. Bruce and Louis B. Wright; three group photographs in which Mrs. John F. Kennedy appears; and newspaper and magazine clippings. One oversize item is The Birmingham Post Shakespeare Quatercentenary Commemorative Supplement, bound in black leather, 17 April 1964 ( 13" by 18" )
Mostly related to the celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth
Small pair of scissors, in black case, 1964
used in ribbon-cutting ceremonies at the Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Set of three medallions, in special case, 1964
commemorating the 400th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare
Caligraphic scroll, approximately, 1964 ( 30" high by approximately 30 feet long )
narrating events of the 400th anniversary celebration in Stratford-upon-Avon. The scribe, unidentified, compiled the work for presentation to Eugene R. Black.



Shakespeare Anniversary Exhibition box 2

BoxFolder
210Correspondence, 1964
11Festival clippings, brochures, newspapers, 1964
12Photographs (approx. 24)
14Printed Ephemera, 1964
 

Series 9: OTHER BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS



Subseries 9a: Printed Works by and About Honoré de Balzac

Balzac, Honoré de. Balthazar Claës ou la Récherche de l'Absolu. Paris: Charpentier, Original wrappers, 1839
Balzac, Honoré de. Balzac and Souverain: an Unpublished Correspondence. Garden City, N. J.: Doubleday, Page & Co. Three-quarter leather, 1927
Balzac, Honoré de. Conversation Entre Onze Heures et Minuit. Paris: Maximilien Vox, [n. d.] Enclosed in box
Balzac, Honoré de. The Girl with the Golden Eyes. Privately printed [Chicago: Peacock Press], 1928
Balzac, Honoré de. Oeuvres Illustrées de Balzac. Paris: Marescq et Compagnie. 10 v. in 5. Three-quarter leather, 1852-1856
Balzac, Honoré de. La Peau de Chagrin. Paris: Editions du Trianon. Three-quarter leather, 1930
Balzac, Honoré de. Le Péché Véniel. Paris. René Kieffer, 1922
Balzac, Honoré de. Le Père Goriot. Paris: A. Quantin. Three-quarter leather, 1885
Balzac, Honoré de. Scènes de la Vie Privée. Brussels: Société Belge de Librairie, v. 2 only, 1837
Balzac, Honoré de. The Unpublished Correspondence of Honoré de Balzac and Madame Zulma Carraud. 1829-1850. London, 1937
Balzac, Honoré de. Ursule Mirouet (in Chinese). Shanghai: New Literature Publishing Co. Paper, 1954
Balzac, Honoré de. Vautrin. Brussels: Meline, 1840
Balzac, Honoré de. La Vieille Fille. [N. p.:] Editions Sel, [n.d. ]. Three-quarter leather
Balzac, Honoré de. The Works of Honoré-de-Balzac. New York: Henry W. Knight. 34 v. Lutetian Edition, 1901
Balzac, Honoré de. Philadelphia: Avil Publishing Co. v. 34 & 35 only. Touraine Edition, 1901
Le Courrier Balzacien. Number 1 (December 1948). Paris. Original wrappers, 1948
Le Courrier Balzacien. Number 2 (January 1949). Paris. Original wrappers, 1949
Faquet, Emile. Balzac. Paris: Librairie Hachette. Original wrappers, 1913
Langley, Ernest F. Romantic Figures in Pen and Color. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1935
Lawton, Frederick. Balzac. London: Grant Richards Ltd., 1910
Royce, William Hobart. A Balzac Bilbiography. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1929



Subseries 9b: Books and Pamphlets on Economic Affairs and Other Subjects

African Land Development in Kenya, 1946-1955. Nairobi: The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, and Water Resources. Dust jacket, 1956
Presentation copy.
Arberry, A. J. Sufism; an Account of the Mystics of Islam. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. Dust jacket, 1956
Barve, S. G. With Malice Toward None. New York: Asia Publishing House. Dust jacket, 1962
Autographed presentation copy.
Bisbee, Eleanor. The New Turks. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Dust jacket, 1951
Bowles, Chester. The Coming Political Breakthrough. New York: Harper & Brothers. Dust jacket, 1959
Autographed presentation copy.
Broches, Aron. International Legal Aspects of the Operations of the World Bank. Leyden: A. W. Sijthoff. Original wrappers, 1959
Autographed presentation copy.
Brooks, Robert Preston. Georgia Studies. Athens: University of Georgia Press. Dust jacket, 1952
Autographed presentation copy.
Bruère, Jacquier. Demain la Paix. Paris: Librairie Plon. Paper, 1945
Autographed copy.
Chen, Yin Ching. Treaties and Agreements Between the Republic of China and Other Powers, 1929-1954. Washington: Sino-American Publishing Service, 1957
Chester, Edmund A. A Sergeant Named Batista. New York: Henry Holt and Co. Dust jacket, 1954
Constantacatos, Marinos Evanchelou. Money and Credit. Athens, Greece: Hestia, 1953
Autographed presentation copy.
Cortney, Philip. The Economic Munich. New York: Philosophical Library. Dust jacket, 1949
Autographed presentation copy.
Culbertson, William S. Liberation. Atlanta: Tupper & Love. Dust jacket, 1955
Autographed presentation copy.
Dajany, Omar. The World Bank and the International Finance Corporation; the Latest Look in International Organizations. Carbon typescript of Ph. D. thesis. Washington, D. C.: American University, 1956
Autographed presentation copy.
Eccles, Marriner. Beckoning Frontiers. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Autographed presentation copy. Dust jacket, 1951
Ernst, Morris L. Utopia, 1976. New York: Rinehart & Co., Inc. Dust jacket, 1955
Export-Import Bank of Washington. 18th Semiannual Report to Congress. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office. (In brown buckram with gilt ownership stamp of Eugene R. Black.), January-June, 1954
La Grand' Place de Bruxelles. Brussels: Ex-Libris, [n. d.] Original wrappers
Hutchison, Keith. The Decline and Fall of British Capitalism. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1950
Insurance Flourishes in the South. (Reprinted from Business Week), October 3, 1959
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Proceedings and Related Documents. Washington, 1946
Jacobsson, Per. The Market Economy in the World of Today. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society. Dust jacket, 1961
Autographed presentation copy.
Jacobsson, Per. Some Monetary Problems, International and National. London: Oxford University Press, 1958
Autographed presentation copy.
Javits, Benjamin. Peace by Investment. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Co. Dust jacket, 1950
Autographed presentation copy.
Kariba; Opening by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Rhodesia: Federal Power Board. Leather, spiral binding, 1960
Kelso, Louis O. and Adler, Mortimer J. The New Capitalists. New York: Random House. Dust jacket, 1961
Autographed (Kelso) presentation copy.
Kent, Frank R. The Story of Alex. Brown & Sons. Baltimore: Barton-Gillet Co., 1950
Presentation copy.
Kubiček, Alois. The Palaces of Prague. Prague: Prague Publishing House, V. Poláček. Original wrappers. Dust jacket, 1946
McKeldin, Theodore R. Washington Bowed. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society. Dust jacket, 1957
Autographed presentation copy.
Mackenzie, Compton. Realms of Silver. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Dust jacket, 1954
Malakul, Dusdimala, and Sumitra, Sanan. Sung Thong Seminar. Thailand: Nai Kamthon Sathirakul, 1964
Martin, Milward W. Twelve Full Ounces. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Dust jacket, 1962
Autographed presentation copy.
Mehta, G. L. Understanding India. Bombay, Asia Publishing House. Dust jacket, 1959
Autographed presentation copy.
The Mekong, a Promise of Power and Prosperity [pamphlet], N. p., n. d. (2 c.)
Miller, Raymond C. Kilowatts at Work. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Dust jacket, 1957
The National Institute of Social Sciences [brochure]. New York: National Institute of Social Sciences, 1973
Novotný, Kamil and Poche, Emanuel. The Charles Bridge of Prague. Prague: Prague Publishing House, 1947
Phyfe. William Henry P. 20,000 Words Often Mispronounced. New York: Putnam's Sons, 1937
Ray, Philip A. South Wind Red. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co. Dust jacket, 1962
Autographed presentation copy.
Reston, James. Eulogy of Orvil E. Dryfoos. Stamford, Connecticut: Overbrook Press. Original wrappers, 1963
St. Andrews University [color brochure]. Nottingham: Chromoworks, [n. d.]
Scott, J. D. Vickers: a History. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. Dust jacket, 1962
XVI Memoria del Banco Industrial del Peru 1952. Lima: (In red cloth with gold ownership stamp of Señor Eugene R. Black.), 1952
Trustees of Colonial Williamsburg. Proceedings of the Presentation of the Williamsburg Award. Williamsburg, Virginia: Colonial Williamsburg, 1957
U. S. Department of State. Report to the President...From the Committee to Strengthen the Security of the Free World. Washington, 1963
Utley, Freda. Will the Middle East Go West? Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., 1957
Autographed copy.
White, Peter T. The Mekong: River of Terror and Hope. (Reprinted from National Geographic), December, 1968 (2 c.)
White, William S. The Professional: Lyndon B. Johnson (in Chinese). Republic of China: Book World Co. Dust jacket, 1964
Williams, John H. End of the Marshall Plan. (Reprinted from Foreign Affairs.) New York: Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. Original wrappers, 1952
Wolf, Charles, Jr. The Indonesian Story. New York: John Day Co., Dust jacket, 1948
 

Series 10: FURNITURE



unknown

Fine crotch-veneered walnut executive desk of Chippendale style, 6 feet in length. With silver presentation plate, inscribed to E. R. B., 1962
Executive swivel chair, upholstered in blue leather
Chair, wooden arms, seat and back covered in black simulated leather; silver presentation plate on back inscribed "Eugene R. Black [Sr. ] presented by Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta...", January 12, 1928 to December 19, 1934
Walnut exhibit table, glass top ( 59" by 30" by 24" h. )
 

BOX LIST for INVENTORY CONTROL- by DM

Box
1Box 1: Correspondence
Box
2Box 2: Shakespeare Anniv; Correspondence
Box
3Box 3: Speeches
Box
4Box 4: Speeches
Box
5Box 5: Trips abroad; Clippings
Box
6Box 6: Magazine articles, Ephemera
Box
7Box 7: Newspaper Clippings regarding Anglo-Egyptian financial agreement (Removed from Notebooks)
Box
8Box 8 (half box): Photographs (removed from albums)
Oversize_Box
9Box 9 (oversize): Awards,Certificates, etc.
Oversize_Box
10Box 10 (oversize): Awards, Certificates, etc.
Oversize_Box
11Box 11 (oversize): Certificates, Awards, etc.
Oversize_Box
12Box 12 (oversize): Pictures and other Miscellany
Oversize_Box
13Box 13 (oversize): Pictures
Oversize_Box
14Box 14 (oversize): Scrapbooks- 1889 (on Grandfather Grady), 1952-1954, 1955-1959.
Oversize_Box
15Box 15 (oversize): Scrapbooks- 1960-1962, 1963
Oversize_Box
16Box 16 (oversize): Honorary Degrees and presentations
Carton
17Box 17 (carton): Itinerary notebooks; Meeting agendas; Trip scrapbooks; Presentationals
Box
18Box 18 (half box): Correspondence, Memos, Addresses, Clippings
Box
19Box 19: Addendum
Box
20Box 20 (carton): Addendum
Box
21Box 21 (carton): Addendum
Box
22Box 22 (Carton): Addendum
Box
23Box 23 (oversize): Addendum
Box
24Box 24 (oversize): Addendum
Box
25Box 25 (oversize): Addendum
Box
26Box 26 (oversize): Addendum
Box
27Box 27 (oversize): Addendum
Box
28Box 28 (oversize): Addendum
Box
29Box 29 (carton): Artifacts
Box
30Box 30 (carton): Artifacts
Box
31Box 31 (carton): Artifacts
Box
32Box 32 (oversize): Artifacts
Box
33Box 33 (oversize): Artifacts
Box
34Box 34: Artifacts
Box
35Box 35 (carton): Artifacts
Box
36Box 36 (carton): Artifacts
Box
37Box 37 (carton): Artifacts
Box
38Box 38 (carton): Artifacts
Box
39Box 39 (oversize): Artifacts
Box
40Box 40 (oversize): Artifacts
Box
41Box 41 (oversize): Artifacts
Box
42Box 42 (oversize): Artifacts
OS Folder
1AHonorary Degree, Hamilton College
OS Folder
2A32108050807737 Honorary Doctorate, Universitas Episcopi
OS Folder
3AHonorary Degree, Rutgers
OS Folder
4AHonorary Degree, University of Toronto
OS Folder
5AHonorary Diploma, Islamic Republic of Mauritania
OS Folder
6AHonorary Scroll, City of Geneva, Switzerland, 1963
OS Folder
7AFormal Decoration Certificate from Emperor Hirohito, in Japanese, 1963
OS Folder
8AFramed invitation from Pres. of Italy, 1962
OS Folder
9AFramed invitation from Pres. of Mexico, 1941
OS Folder
10AFamily Document from France or Belgium, in French, 1859
OS Folder
11A4 photos- unidentified African tableau, undated
OS Folder
12APhoto portrait COMSAT Board of Directors, 1968
OS Folder
13APhoto portrait of Woolworth Board of Directors, 1966
OS Folder
14AOversized clippings, circa 1969
OS Folder
15BUnknown honorary degree, in Latin (St. Andrews?), undated
OS Folder
16BPhoto of World Bank leaders meeting with John F. Kennedy, 1962
OS Folder
17BPoster (color) of [King of Saudi Arabia]
Box
43Box 43 (oversize) artifacts
Box
44ERB publications
Volume
1Volume 1: Ford Motor Company Common Stock, $5 Par Value Public Offering of 2,750,000 Shares by the Ford Foundation, 1961
Volume
2Volume 2: Ford Motor Company Common Stock, $5 Par Value Public Offering of 2,750,000 Shares by the Ford Foundation, 1962
Item
1Collage celebrating Black upon retirement, framed
Item
2Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Eugene Black, framed
Item
3Chart of the Shakespear 400th birthday celebrations