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Series III. Research Notes 1914-2004

Scope and Content Notes:

Hoerr collected various other articles and materials referring to Harry Davenport, Tom Quinn and Father Rice. These research notes refer mainly to the Red Scare/Cold War period. A large portion of Hoerr’s research notes reflect the transcriptions of the House Un-American Activity Committee hearings in reference to the three main people involved. His research notes touch on other hearings which were also connected to the Communist man hunt, including motives against the UE. In addition, Hoerr documents Tom Quinn’s legal proceedings from his own Communist trial. Hoerr’s research notes demonstrate the strength the government developed behind the House Un-American Activity Committee. This series is arranged chronologically.

Folder 43 Westinghouse Bridge over Turtle Creek Valley, 1914-1916
Folder 44 Discharges of M. Darino, Fitzpatrick, Panzino, E. Darino, 1942-1967
Folder 45 Harry Davenport FBI File, 1945
Folder 46 Allegheny County District 29 Official Election Results, 1946, 1948, 1950
Folder 47 Rodef Shalom Archives, 1946-1960
Folder 48 Davenport Publicity, 1946-1948
Folder 49 Davenport-McDowell Campaign, 1947-1948
Folder 50 Congressional Record, 1949
Folder 51 House Un-American Activity Committee Hearing, 1949
Folder 52 James Matles as Leader of UE, 1949-1975
Folder 53 UE versus IUE, 1950
Folder 54 National Archives Files on the Un-American Activity Committee, 1950
Folder 55 House Un-American Activity Committee Exposes Communist Party Western Pennsylvania, 1950
Folder 56 Harry Davenport Divorce, 1951
Folder 57 Quinn Legal Proceedings, 1951-1955
Folder 58 William Peeler 601 Activist and Leader, 1952, 1998
Folder 59 United States Senate Judiciary Committee “Subversive Influence in United Electric Radio,” 1953
Folder 60 House Un-American Activity Committee, Quinn involved and Staber Testifies, 1959
Folder 61 House Un-American Activity Committee Hearing, 1959
Folder 62 House Un-American Activity Committee “Butler Hearing,” 1963

Box 3
Folder 63 Monsignor Rice Interview Transcription with Notes, 1967-1968
Folder 64 James Matles Interview Transcription, 1968
Folder 65 Tom Quinn Oral History by Ron Shatz, 1977
Folder 66 Miscellaneous Tom Quinn, 1983-2003
Folder 67 Transcription of Interview with David Lawrence, 1981
Folder 68 Quinn-Hoerr Correspondence, 1999-2000
Folder 69 Computer Printer Notes Created by Hoerr while Researching at the UE/Lab Collection, 2000-2004
Folder 70 Notes on Research in Communist Party United States Internal Files, 2002-2003
Folder 71 Book Journal of “Harry, Tom, and Father Rice,” 2004
Folder 72 Miscellaneous Davenport, undated
Folder 73 Photographs of Harry Davenport used in “Harry, Tom, and Father Rice,” undated
Folder 74 Miscellaneous Dorothy Day, undated
Folder 75 Miscellaneous Father Rice, undated