Guide to the Jewish Community Relations Council, Pittsburgh, Pa. Records, 1928-1959 AIS.1965.11

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Jewish Community Relations Council of Pittsburgh, Pa. Records
Creator
Jewish Community Relations Council (Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Collection Number
AIS.1965.11
Date [inclusive]
1928-1959
Extent
10.625 linear feet (20 boxes)
Abstract
The Jewish Public Relations Council was an organization designed to deal with the problems inherent in the relationships between Jews and all other religions and races. The records in this collection include correspondence, reports, periodicals, and pamphlets of extremist groups and individuals, largely anti-semitic, for the period 1935-1950.

Preferred Citation

Jewish Community Relations Council Records, 1928-1959, AIS.1965.11, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Scope and Content Notes

The Jewish Public Relations Council was designed to deal with the problems inherent in the relationships between Jews and all other religions and races. Through the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s the Jewish Public Relations Council collected materials from groups and organizations promoting fascism, race-hating, and anti-semitism. This collection contains four series - Series I contains correspondence, reports, periodicals, and pamphlets of organizations, largely anti-semitic. Series II contains subject files on discrimination and anti-semitic individuals. Series III contains periodicals based on racial discrimination. Series IV contains publications including books, journals, reports, and pamphlets from anti-semitic and racially prejudiced individuals and organizations; subjects include anti-semitism, civil rights, discriminations, Nazism, subversive organizations, Father Coughlin, and Gerald K. Smith.

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Arrangement

Series I. Organization, 1936-1951

Series II. Subject Files, 1930-1963

Series III. Periodicals, 1928-1963

Series IV. Publications

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, 1965

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Revision Description

 Converted from EAD Version 1.0 to EAD Version 2002 July 1, 2006

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Acquisition Information

A gift from the Jewish Community Relations Council, Pittsburgh Chapter, June 7, 1965.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Archives Service Center Staff in October 2, 1972.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Jewish Community Relations Council (Pittsburgh, Pa.).

Personal Name(s)

  • Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979
  • Smith, Gerald L. K. (Gerald Lyman Kenneth), 1898-1976

Subject(s)

  • Associations
  • Civil rights -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Discrimination -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Ethnic groups
  • Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Radicalism -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Social action

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Previous Citation

Jewish Community Relations Council Records, 1928-1959, AIS.1965.11, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Jewish Community Relations Council, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Records, 1928-1959, 65:11, Archives of Industrial Society, University of Pittsburgh Libraries

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Collection Inventory

Series  I. Organizations, 1936-1951 

  BoxFolder
America First Committee, 1940-1941 11-3
  Folder
America First Party, 1946 4
  Folder
American Boycott Against Aggressor Nations, 1937 5
  Folder
American Civil Liberties Union. Pittsburgh Chapter, 1940-1941 6
  Folder
American Council on Public Affairs, 1939-1940 7
  Folder
American Boycott Against Aggressor Nations, 1939-1941 8
  Folder
American League to Combat Anti-Semitism, 1940 9
  Folder
American Prophetic League, Inc., 1942 10
  Folder
America's First, ca. 1937-1939 11
  Folder
Anti-Defamation League, 1940 12
  Folder
Appreciate America, Inc., 1940-1941 13
  Folder
Belgian Information Center, 1941-1942 14
  Folder
Children's Crusade for Children, 1940 15
  Folder
Christian Nationalist Crusade, No Date 16
  Folder
Citizenship Educational Service, 1940 17
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Common Council for American Unity, 1940-1943 21
  Folder
Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1943 2
  Folder
Committee for National Morale, 1941-1942 3
  Folder
Committee for the Defense of America's Constitutional Rights, 1938 4
  Folder
Committee to Defend America by Aiding Allies, 1940-1941 5
  Folder
Council for Democracy, 1942 6-7
  Folder
Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1941-1942 8
  Folder
Descendants of American Revolution, 1940 9
  Folder
Deutscher Konsum-Verbund, 1941 10
  Folder
Draft MacArthur for President of the United States, No Date 11
  Folder
Educational Policies Commission, 1941 12
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Fair Rent Committee, 1941-1942 31
  Folder
Friends of Democracy, 1943-1944 2
  Folder
Fight for Freedom Committee, 1941 3
  Folder
German American Bond, 1939 4
  Folder
German American Congress for Democracy, 1942 5
  Folder
German Library of Information, 1940-1941 6
  Folder
Humanity Guild, 1942 7
  Folder
Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1942 8
  Folder
International Coordination Council, 1941 9
  Folder
International Free World Association - Pittsburgh Branch, 1941-1942 10
  Folder
International Workers Order, No Date 11
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Jewish Labor Committee, 1942-1945 12
  BoxFolder
Jewish Peoples Committee, 1941 41
  Folder
Knights of the White Camellia, 1936 2
  Folder
Knights of Young India, 1940 3
  Folder
League for Human Rights, 1941-1942 4
  Folder
League for Industrial Democracy, 1938 5
  Folder
National Committee on the Cause and Cure for War, No Date 6
  Folder
New York City Coordinating Committee for Democratic Action, 1941 7
  Folder
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights, Inc., 1940-1943 8
  Folder
Public Affairs Association of Pittsburgh, 1941-1942 9
  Folder
Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe, Inc., 1940-1941 10
  Folder
Service Bureau of Intercultural Education, 1940-1941 11
  Folder
State Council for a Pennsylvania FEPC, 1940-1942 12
  Folder
Workers' Defense League, No Date 13
  Folder
World Citizens Association, 1942-1946 14

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Series  II. Subject File, 1930-1963 

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Allport, Gordon W., No Date 51
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Anti-Black Prejudice, 1943-1957 2
  Folder
Anti-Nazism, 1930-1946 3
  Folder
Anti-Nazism Propaganda, 1940-1942 4
  Folder
Anti-Semitism, 1939 5
  Folder
Anti-Semitism/German Propaganda, 1938-1941 6
  Folder
Anti-Semitism/U.S, 1938-1946 7-9
  Folder
Anti-Semitism/Catholic Opinion, No Date 10
  Folder
Civil Rights, 1945-1953 11
  BoxFolder
Civil Rights, 1942-1950 61
  Folder
Civil Rights, 1948-1953 2
  Folder
Civil Rights, 1944-1959 3
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Church/State/School, 1941-1958 4-6
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Cole, Reverend Walton E., 1939-1940 7
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Community Reports/Anti-Defamation League, 1940 71
  Folder
Democracy, 1938-1950 2-3
  Folder
Defense, 1939-1940 4
  Folder
Dies Committee, 1940 5
  Folder
Discrimination (Careers), 1939-1948 6
  Folder
Discrimination (Housing), 1951 7
  Folder
Father Coughlin, 1939-1940 8-10
  Folder
Radio Addresses, 1939-1940 11
  BoxFolder
Fair Employment, 1943-1953 81-3
  Folder
Foreign Agents, 1940 4
  Folder
Foreign Language Press, Western Pennsylvania, Report, 1941 5
  Folder
German Publications, 1937-1940 6
  Folder
Intercultural Education, 1944-1951 7
  BoxFolder
Intercultural Education, 1945-1962 91
  Folder
Intercultural Education, 1940-1960 2
  Folder
Intercultural Education, 1941-1952 3
  Folder
Jewish Veterans, 1942-1946 4
  Folder
KKK, Western Pennsylvania, 1941-1944 5
  Folder
Legislation (Aliens and Immigration), 1939-1940 6
  Folder
Lindbergh, Charles, 1941 7
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Marston, Horace M., 1940 8
  Folder
Nazi Publications, 1935-1937 9
  BoxFolder
Nazis and Jews, 1939-1940 101
  Folder
Negro Anti-Semitism, 1940-1942 2
  Folder
Pelley, William, 1939-1940 3
  Folder
Planned Economy, 1939 4
  Folder
Pro-Jewish material, 1939-1942 5
  Folder
Propaganda/Anti-Semitic, 1936-1939 6
  Folder
Race Relations, 1939-1961 7-8
  Folder
Refugees, 1941 9
  Folder
Smith, Gerald K., 1936-1941 10
  Folder
Smith, Gerald K., 1943 11-12
  BoxFolder
Smith, Gerald K., 1944 111-2
  Folder
Smith, Gerald K., 1945 3-4
  Folder
Smith, Gerald K., 1946 5-6
  BoxFolder
Smith, Gerald K., 1947-1951 11A1
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Subversive Organizations, 1940-1942 2
  Folder
Sullivan, E.F., No Date 3
  Folder
Tukacs, Rev. George, 1940 4
  Folder
United Nations, 1943-1958 5-7
  Folder
Wilkie, Wendell, 1940 8
  Folder
Winrod, Rev. Gerald, 1939 9

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Series  III. Periodicals, 1928-1963 

  BoxFolder
A.D.L. Review 1942 121
  Folder
Action 1939 2
  Folder
Der Adler 1940 3
  Folder
America in Danger 1939 4
  Folder
America Speaks no. 1, No Date 5
  Folder
American Action v. I, no. 1, 1939 6
  Folder
The American Teacher, 1940 7
  Folder
The American Vindicator v. I, no. 2, 1939 8
  Folder
Anti Defamation League. Bulletin, 1939 9
  Folder
Anti Defamation League. Newsletter, 1940 10
  Folder
The Anti-Nazi Bulletin 1939-1940 11
  Folder
Appeal to Reason v. I, no. 5, 1939 12
  Folder
The Beacon Light 1939 13
  Folder
Blackshirt v. I, no. 4-5, 1939 14
  Folder
Boycott Bulletin 1939 15
  Folder
The Broom v. IX, no. 29, 1939 16
  Folder
Changing World September, 1941 17
  Folder
Christian Free Press 1938 18
  Folder
Consolation 1940 19
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The Cross and the Flag, vol. 1-2, 1942-1943 20
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 3-4, 1941-1946 21
  BoxFolder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 5, 1946-1947 131
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 6, 1947-1948 2
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 7, 1948-1949 3
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 8, 1949-1950 4
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 9, 1950 5
  Folder
The Cross and the Flag, vol. 21-22, 1963 6
  Folder
The Defender Magazine 1939 7
  Folder
Deutscher Weckruf und Beobachter 1939 8
  BoxFolder
Direction 1939 141
  Folder
Equality I II, 1939-1940 2
  Folder
Facts in Review 1939-1941 3-4
  Folder
Facts vs. Fiction I II, 1940-1941 5
  Folder
Fair Employment - Pa., 1950-1951 6
  Folder
Friends of Democracy's Battle v. 5-8, 1947-1950 7
  Folder
The Home Front II., 1946 8
  BoxFolder
Inside German Reports no.2-25, 1939-1943 151
  Folder
In Re: Germany I-IV, 1941-1944 2
  Folder
Items of Interest in the Congressional Record 1946 3
  Folder
Jewish Affairs v. 1 no. 5-13, 1941-1942 4
  Folder
Jewish Digest 1941 5
  Folder
Judischen Gemeiden in Bohmen und Mahren zu Prag. Rat. Informationsbulletin,  1958-1959 6
  Folder
Judischen Gemeiden in Bohmen und Mahren zu Prag. Rat. Informationsbulletin,  1941-1946 7
  BoxFolder
Judischen Gemeiden in Bohmen und Mahren zu Prag. Rat. Informationsbulletin,  1963-1964 161
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The Letter,  1945 2-3
  Folder
The Letter,  1946 4
  Folder
The Letter,  1947 5
  Folder
The Letter,  1948 6
  Folder
The Letter,  1949 7
  Folder
The Letter,  1950 8
  Folder
The Letter,  1951-1952 9
  BoxFolder
Liberation 1928-1939 171
  Folder
National American 1939 2
  Folder
People and Freedom 1941-1942 3
  Folder
The Pittsburgh News-letter 1941 4
  Folder
The Propaganda Battlefront 1-4, 1944-1946 5
  Folder
Protestant Digest 1942 6
  Folder
Sozialdemokratischer Informations Brief 1939 7
  Folder
Social Justice 1942 8
  Folder
The Thunderbolt 1937 9
  Folder
Tri-State American v. I, no. 1-2, 10
  Folder
The Voice for Human Rights 1940 11
  Folder
L'unita del popolo I II, 1940-1941 12
  Folder
World Jewish Congress, Bulletin 1942 13
  Folder
World Service 1-6, 1934-1939 14

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Series  IV. Publications 1930-1959 

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Section: Publications, by Author, A-C 

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 1. Agar, William M. Food or Freedom: the Vital Blockade ; New York, Farrar Rinehart, (America In A World at War #13), c1941 
 2. Agar, William M. Where Do Catholics Stand? ; New York, Farrar Rinehart, (America in a world at war #4), c1941 
 3. Alpenfels, Ethel J. Sense and Nonsense about Race ; New York, Friendship Press, 1946 
 4. American Association for Jewish Education. Community Responsibility for Jewish Education ; New York, c1940 
 5. American Association for the United Nations. The United Nations Report #1: The London Session ; New York, 1936 
 6. American Association for the United Nations. We, the Peoples: A Brief History of the United Nations ; New York: Education Committee for School and College Activities, 1947 
 7. American Association for the United Nations. United Nations and You ; New York: American Association for the United Nations Education Department, 1947 
 7a. American Friends of German Freedom. Norway Does Not Yield: The Story of the First Year. ; New York, 1941 
 8. American Jewish Committee. Jewish Post-War Problems: A Study Course ; New York: Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems, 1942    8.0 volumes
 9. American Jewish Committee. Post-War Migrations: Proposal for an International Agency. ; New York: Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems, 1943 
 10. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Aid to Jews overseas: Report on Activities ; New York, 1939 
 10a. Black, John D., Sir Willmott Lewis, Clarence E. Peckett. America's Food and Europe's Needs ; Philadelphia: The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1941 
 11. Anti-Defamation League. Americans All ; Chicago, (Fireside Discussion Group Pamphlet #32), undated 
 12. Balderston, John L. Chicago Blueprint ; New York: The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1943 
 13. Benedict, Ruth (Fulton). The Races of Mankind ; New York: Public Affairs Committee (Public Affairs Pamphlet #85), 1946 
 14. Benet, Stephen Vincent. A Summons to the Free ; New York: Farrar Rinehart, (America In a World at War. #6), 1940; 
 15. Benet, Stephen Vincent. They Burned the Books ; New York: Farrar Rinehart, c.1942 
 16. Bernays, Edward L. Speak up for Democracy ; New York: Viking, 1940 
 17. Biddle, Francis. Democracy and Racial Minorities ; New York: Institute for Religious Studies, 1943 
 18. Bone, Hugh A. "Smear" Politics: An Analysis of 1940 Campaign Literature ; Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, 1941 
 19. Britt, George. The Fifth Column Is Here ; New York: Wilfred Funk, c1940 
 20. Britt, George. Rumors (Made in Germany) ; New York: N.Y.: Council for Democracy, 1942 
 21. Brookings Institution. Suggested Standards for Determining Un-American Activities ; Washington, D.C., 1945 
 22. Bureau on Jewish Employment Problems. Employment Barriers in Wartime ; Chicago, 1942 
 23. Bureau of Jewish Employment Problems. Some Aspects of Employment Discrimination: An American Problem ; Cleveland, 1941 
 24. Church, John Merrick. B'nai B'rith ; New York, undated 
 24a. Citizenship Educational Service. Footprints of the Trojan Horse: Some Methods Used by Foreign Agents Within the United States ; New York, 1940 
 25. Citron, W.M., ed. Aufbrau Almanac: The Immigrant's Handbook ; New York: German-Jewish Club, 1941 
 26. Claessens, August. Race Prejudice ; New York: Rand School, c1943 
 27. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, Committee of Human Rights. Draft International Bill of Human Rights ; New York, 1947 
 28. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and Non-self Governing Peoples: A Plan for Trustreeship ; New York,. 1944 
 29. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Uniting the Nations for Health ; New York, No Date 
 30. Common Council for American Unity. The World We Fight For and American Unity ; New York 19p. Addresses by Pearl S. Buck, Sir Norman Angell, Sigred Undset, Thomas Mann, Harold C. Urey, Otto Loeuvi at the Nobel Anniversary Dinner, 1942 
 31. Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations. International Protection of the Human Rights of Minorities ; New York,. 1950 
 32. Council Against Intolerance in America. We're All Americans: Teacher's Manual No. 2 ; New York, 1942 
 33. Council for Democracy. Advance Through Crisis... ; New York, 1941 
 34. Culbertson, Ely. Summary of the World Federation Plan ; New York: World Federation, 1943 
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Section: Publications, by Author, D-K 

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 35. Desser, Hannah F. Here's the Way to Secure These Rights ; Cincinnati: Woman's Division of Christian Service Board of Missions and Church Extension, undated 
 36. Di Lascia, Alfredo P. L'anti-semitismo e Un'eresia Christiana, undated 
 37. Eichelberger, Clark M. The United Nations Charter: What Was Done at San Francisco ; New York, 1945 
 38. Eichelberger, Clark M. Time Has Come for Action ; New York, 1944 
 39. Eichelberger, Clark M. UN: The First Ten Years ; New York: Harper and Brothers, 1955 
 40. Embree, Edwin R. Peoples of the Earth ; New York: Hinds, Hayden, and Eldrige, 1938 
 41. Farazo, Ladislas, ed. German Psychological Warfare: Survey and Bibliography ; New York: Committee for National Morale, 1941 
 42. Field, Marshall. The Negro Press and the Issues of Democracy ; Chicago: Speech delivered before the First Annual Dinner of the Crystal Press Club, 1944 
 43. Fisher, Lloyd H. The Problem of Violence: Observations on Race Conflicts in Los Angeles ; San Francisco: American Council on Race Relations, circa 1945 
 44 Fredman, Joseph George. Brothers in Arms ; New York: Jewish War Veterans of U.S., 1945 
 45. Friedrich, Carl J. The Poison in Our System ; New York: Council for Democracy, 1940 
 46. German Library of Information. Polish Acts of Atrocity Against the German Minority in Poland ; New York, 1940 
 47. The Goood Neighbor Association, Committee on Propaganda Analysis. Instructions for Recognizing and Reporting Propaganda ; Boston, 1940 
 48. Hall, Gordon D. The Hate Campaign Against the UN ; Boston: The Beacon Press, circa 1952 
 49. Hamburger, Ludwig. How Nazi Germany Has Mobilized and Controlled Labor ; Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institute, 1940 
 50. Haring, Douglas G. Racial Differences and Human Resemblances ; Syracuse, circa 1947 
 51. Hartley, Livingston. It's Up to the Senate ; New York: American Association for the United Nations, 1945 
 52. Hartshorne, E. Y. German Youth and the Nazi Dream of Victory ; New York: Farrar Rinehart, (American In a World at War #12), 1941 
 53. Height, Dorothy I. Step by Step with Interracial Groups ; New York: Woman's Press, 1948 
 54. Hoke, Henry. Blackmail ; New York: Reader's Book Service, 1941 
 55. International Institute of Social Research. Report on Its History, Aims and Activities ; New York, 1939 
 56. Ickes, Harold L. The Third Term Bugaboo: A Cheerful Anthology, 1940 
 57. Jewish Welfare Board. In Freedom's Cause ; New York, (Jewish Information Series #3), 1943 
 58. Jones, J. Morris. Americans All, Immigrants All ; Washington, D.C.: The Federal Radio Education Committee, undated 
 59. Kamp, Joseph P. The Fifth Column vs. The Dies Committee ; New Haven, Conn.: Constitutional Educational League, 1941 
 60. Kamp, Joseph P. Native Nazi Purge Plot ; New Haven, Conn.: Constitutional Educational League, 1942 
 61. Kamp, Joseph P. Vote CIO ... And Get a Soviet America ; New York, 1944 
 62. Kellog, Paul, ed. Calling America ; New York: Harper Brothers, circa 1930 
 63. Kral, Vaclav. Lesson from History : Documents Concerning Nazi Policies for Germanisation and Extermination in Czechoslovakia ; Prague: Orbis, 1961 
 64. Kulterkamypf Association. The Church struggle in Germany: A Survey of Four Crucial Years ; London, 1937 
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Section: Publications, by Author, L-Z 

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 65. League of Nations Association. Essential Facts: Underlying World Organization ; New York, 1941 
 66. Lee, Irving J. Social Action: A Way with Prejudice ; New York: Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches, 1942 
 67. Lerner, A. R. The March of Evil ; New York: F.F.F. Publishers, 1945 
 68. Mayor's Conference on Race Relations. City planning in race relations ; Chicago, (Proceedings of the Chicago Mayor's Conference on Race Relations), 1944 
 69. Meany, George. We Call All Men Brothers ; New York, (Address delivered upon receipt of the Philip Murray award from the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund), 1957 
 69a. Methodist Church (U.S.). General Board of Education. Bridges of Brotherhood, circa 1947 
 70. Methodist Church Board of Missions and Church Extensions, Women's Division of Christian Service. A Christian's Primer of the United Nations ; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1950 
 71. Montreal Women's Anti-Communist League. The Key to the Mystery ; Montreal, Canada, undated 
 72. Moody, Joseph. Why are Jews Persecuted? ; St. Louis: The Queen's Work, 1938 
 73. Murphy, Frank. In Defense of Democracy ; Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, 1940 
 74. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. American Rights for American Citizens; New York: NAACP, (41st Annual report), 1949 
 75. National Medical Fellowships. Negroes in Medicine ; Chicago, 1952 
 76. National Council of American Soviet Friendship. The Book the Nazis Like ; New York, 1945 
 77. Northrup, Herbert R. Will Negroes Get Jobs Now? ; New York: Public Affairs Committee, (Public Affairs Pamphlet #110), 1945 
 78. Pennsylvania. Report of the Governor's Commission on Industrial Race Relations: Employment Practices in Pennsylvania ; Harrisburg, Pa., 1957 
 79. Phillips, M. E. The Nazi, the Jew, the Christian ; Chicago, circa 1940 
 80. Radio League of the Little Flower. American Answer to Father Coughlin's Critics ; Royal Oak, Michigan, 1940 
 81. Rosenberg, James N. Declaration of Interdependence: Human Rights and the United Nations ; New York: The National Conference of Christians and Jews,. (Human Relations Pamphlet #10), 1947 
 82. Scherman, Harry. A Philosophy of the War ; New York, 1941 
 83. Schnapper, Morris Bartel, ed. Five Years of Hitler ; New York: American Council on Public Affairs, circa 1938 
 84. Schnapper, Morris Bartel, ed. Heywood Broun ; Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, 1940 
 85. Schnapper, Morris Bartel. Youth Betrayed ; New York: International Relief Association, undated 
 86. Seldes, George. The Facts Are: A Guide to Falsehood and Propaganda in the Press and Radio ; New York: In Fact, 1942 
 87. Sheen, Fulton J. What Can I Do? ; Washington, D.C.: National Council of Catholic Men, undated 
 88. Southern Conference for Human Welfare. The Poll Tax ; Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, undated 
 89. Southern Regional Council. Race in the News: Usage in Southern Newspapers ; Atlanta, Ga., circa 1949 
 90. Spiegler, Samuel, et al. How Can Jews Survive the Present Crisis? ; Cincinnati: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1943 
 91. Streit, Clarence K. The Essence of Union Now ; New York: The Union Press, 1940 
 92. Uhl, Alexander. The Assault on the U.N. ; Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Institute, 1953 
 92a. United Nations. Secretary-General. The Main Types of Discrimination ; Lake Success, New York: United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, 1949 
 93. Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. Fifth Column Facts: A Handbook of Information on Nazi, Fascist and Communist Activities in the United States ; Kansas City, Mo., circa 1940 
 94. Wallace, Henry A. Century of the Common Man ; New York: International Worker Order, 1943 
 95. Warburg, James P. The Isolationist Illusion and World Peace ; New York: Farrar Rinehart, (America in a World at War #11), 1941 
 96. Wilkins, Roy. The Negro Wants Full Equality ; New York: The Committee of 100, 1944 
 97. Willkie, Wendell L. Americans, Stop Being Afraid! ; New York: William E. Rudge's Sons, 1941 
 98. Winslow, C. E. A. International Organization for Health ; Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1944 
 99. Wolf, Eleanor P., et al. Negro-Jewish Relations ; Detroit: Wayne University, (Wayne University Studies in Inter-groups Conflicts in Detroit #1), 1944 
 100. Wisconsin. Governor's Commission on Human Rights. Negro families in rural Wisconsin ; Madison, WI, 1949 
 101. Workers' Defense League. Labor, Defense, and Democracy ; New York, 1939 
 102. World Citizens Association. The World at the Crossroads ; Chicago, Illinois, 1946 
 103. Zocca, Marie Ragonetti. The United Nations: Action for Peace ; New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1955 

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