Anna Louise Strong papers, 1885-1971  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Strong, Anna Louise, 1885-1970
Title
Anna Louise Strong papers
Dates
1885-1971 (inclusive)
1969-1970 (bulk)
Quantity
approximately 24 cubic feet (49 boxes, 2 packages, 2 tubes, 3 vertical files)
14 microfilm reels
Collection Number
1309, 1444
Summary
Papers of a female political activist, journalist, and author who observed the Communist revolution in China
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to all users.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Anna Louise Strong was a journalist, world traveler, observer of revolutions and author of over 30 books and countless articles. She was the daughter of a Congregationalist minister, Sydney Strong, who was a pacifist and practitioner of the social gospel. She was educated at Oberlin College, Bryn Mawr and University of Chicago, where she earned a Ph.D. After finishing her education, Strong joined the National Child Labor Committee and organized child welfare exhibits throughout the country from 1910-1912.

Sydney Strong moved to Seattle in 1906 where he lived until his death in 1938. Anna Louise Strong, who seldom lived anywhere for long, joined him there from 1916 to 1921, which was for her a time of radicalizing events, including the Everett massacre and trial, and the Seattle General Strike. In Seattle, she began her journalism career and wrote for the Seattle Union Record. During this time, she was elected to the Seattle School Board and subsequently recalled because of association with the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). In the wake of these events, Strong went elsewhere in search of socialism in practice. Her quest took her first to the Soviet Union, where she was based from 1921 until 1940. During this period she spent part of the year in the Soviet Union, but would return to the United States for a lecture tour, usually between January and April.

Strong also became one of the earliest journalists to cover the Communist revolution in China. She visited China first in 1925 and returned frequently until 1947. During the course of her visits to China, she met and interviewed the Chinese Communist leaders, including Chou En-lai and Mao Tse-tung, gaining their respect and trust. In his 1946 interview with her, Mao first used the expression "paper tiger" to describe the United States.

Strong's enthusiasm for the Chinese revolution may have led to her arrest, imprisonment and expulsion from the Soviet Union in 1949. After these events, she was cut off from the Soviet Union, shunned by American Communists and denied a passport by the United States government. She settled for a time in California, where she wrote, lectured and invested in real estate. She was cleared finally of the Soviets' charges against her in 1955. When her passport was restored in 1958, she immediately made her way back to China, where she remained until her death in 1970. During the latter part of her life Anna Louise was honored and revered by the Chinese, one of the few Westerners with entree to China after the revolution and one of the last "Old China Hands" to remain in the good graces of the Chinese through the cultural revolution. The Chinese leaders considered her their unofficial spokesperson to the English speaking world.

Chronology of Strong's Life
November 24, 1885
Born in Friend, Nebraska
1887
Family moves to Mount Vernon, Ohio
1896
Family moves to Oak Park, Illinois; she enters high school
1901
Strong in Hamelin, Germany for a year
1902
Enters Oberlin
1903
Enters Bryn Mawr; Ruth Marie Strong (mother) dies
1904
Returns to Oberlin
1905-1906
Works for the Advance in Chicago, enters University of Chicago; Sydney Strong moves to Seattle
1907
Finishes her graduate degree (M.A.), spends summer in Seattle, works for Sprague-Warner's (cannery) in Chicago, begins going to Hull House
1908
Receives Ph.D., moves to Seattle, organizes "Know Your City" campaigns in Seattle and elsewhere
1909
Visits Japan with Sydney, moves to New York, works for Russell Sage Foundation
1910-1911
Joins National Child Labor Committee, organizes Child Welfare exhibits
1911
Discovers socialism in Kansas City, meets Roger Baldwin, becomes engaged (1912)
1912
Joins United States Children's Bureau
1913
Breaks with Roger Baldwin
1914
Visits Ireland
1916
Resigns National Child Labor Committee, moves to Seattle
1917
Elected to Seattle School Board, covers Everett Massacre trial of Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World) for New York Evening Post, writes for Seattle Daily Call
1918
Recalled from School Board, joins I.W.W., writes for Seattle Union Record
1921
Goes to Poland and the Soviet Union (for American Friends Service Committee)
1922
Returns to Moscow, reports for Hearst's International Magazine, meets Trotsky, attends Comintern
1923
Meets Mikhail and Fanya Borodin
1924
Works for John Reed Colony, Children of Revolution published
1925
Visits China, meets Soong Ch'ing-ling (widow of Sun Yat sen)
1927
Visits Mexico, returns to Shanghai, Hankow, Hunan, leaves China via Gobi desert with Borodin and the last of the Russians
1928
Spends 2 months in Soviet Central Asia, Uzbekistan, China's Millions published
1929
Visits Tashkent, Pamirs
1929-1930
Visits collective farms, Siberia, starts Moscow Daily News
1931
Marries Joel Shubin, The Soviets Conquer Wheatpublished
1932
Meets Stalin
1934
I Change Worldspublished
1935
Meets Eleanor Roosevelt, tries to join American Communist Party, starts sending yearly contribution
1936
Resigns Moscow News
1937
Visits Spain twice, meets Malraux, Carlos Contreras, Spain In Armspublished
1937-1938
To China, to 8th Route Army headquarters, meets generals of the 8th Route Army, Chou En-lai, meets Soong Mei-ling, wife of Chiang Kai-shek, to United States, lunches with Eleanor and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, to Soviet Union, Sydney Strong dies December 30
1939
To United States, drives cross country, Joel in New York, spends weekend at Hyde Park, My Native Landpublished
1940
To Moscow, to Chung King, meets Rewi Alley, interviews Chou En-lai about conflicts with Kuomintang (KMT), interviews Chiang Kai-shek
1941-1942
The Soviets Expected Itpublished, empties Seattle house, sells it, letters from Joel stop
1942
Begins to suffer from Paget's disease, works in Hollywood for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for 11 weeks, buys house in California, learns in August that Joel died in March
1943
Lectures at Stanford, meets Sidney Rittenberg, Wild River (novel) published
1944
Flies to Soviet Union via Fairbanks, Peoples of the USSR (textbook) published
1944-1945
Visits Polish front, visits Yugoslavia, meets Tito
1945
Leaves USSR with Jessica Smith by Soviet freighter, I Saw the New Polandpublished
1946
To Shanghai, Peking, and communist headquarters in Yenan, interviews Mao ("paper tiger" interview), to Kalgan
1947
Long interview with Mao, evacuated from Yenan, to Shanghai, to Russia via North Korea, to Paris to meet representatives of the Chinese, Dawn Over Chinapublished
1948
Involved with Wallace campaign, sister, Ruth, will no longer receive her, back to Russia
1949
February 13 arrested and jailed for 6 days in Lubyanka, expelled to Poland, called before a grand jury in United States , publishes account of spy charges in New York Herald Tribune, is shunned by American communist party, settles in Los Angeles and joins the First Unitarian Church, The Chinese Conquer Chinapublished
1951
Begins monthly newsletter, Today : a personal news-letter / Anna Louise Strong
1953-1954
Visits Mexico, Guatemala
1955
Cleared of Russian spy charges
1956
Today ceases, The Stalin Erapublished
1958
Supreme court decision in Rockwell Kent versus John F. Dulles enables her to get passport again, attends peace conference in Stockholm, 2 months in Soviet Union, to Peking with Emily Pierson, appears on high dais with Mao and Chinese leaders on National Day, meets Frank and Ruth Coe, writes for National Guardian
1959
New secretary, Chao Feng-feng, meets with W.E.B. Dubois and Mao, moves to Peace Compound, visits Tibet, Tibetan Interviewspublished, meets Che Guevara, has trouble placing articles, Chou attends her 74th birthday party
1960
Emily Pierson visits
1961
Visits Laos and Vietnam, meets Ho Chi-Minh, Cash and Violence In Laos and Vietnampublished
1962
Begins Letter From China at Chou's suggestion
1964
Meets with Mao, Frank Coe, Sol Adler, Israel Epstein and Sid Rittenberg, attends International Conference of Solidarity Against United States Imperialist Aggression and in Defense of Peace in Hanoi, Ho Chi-Minh attends her birthday party
1965
Mao and Chou give her 80th birthday parties
1966
Mao purges party, Strong is first foreigner admitted to the Red Guard
1968
Tracy (brother) dies, begins autobiography
1969
Attends October Day premier's banquet, fails to get permission for John Strong, Robbins' son, to visit her
March 29, 1970
Dies, large public funeral

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Correspondence, writings, diaries, biography, pamphlets, photographs, clippings, memorabilia, and scrapbooks. Consists of material relating to Strong's personal life as well as to her political and professional interests. Includes notebooks on China, the Spanish Civil War, the Soviet Union, and labor organizing in the Midwest and California in the late 1930s. Also includes a sound recording taped at Strong's seventieth birthday celebration in 1955. Major correspondents include Eleanor Roosevelt, Joel Shubin (Strong's Russian husband), as well as Strong's father, Sydney Dix Strong, and brother, Tracy Strong. Chinese correspondents include, Chiang Kai-shek, Chou En-Lai, Liu Shaoqi, and Mao Tse-tung.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Forms a part of the Labor Archives of Washington

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 1309-001: Anna Louise Strong papers, 1885-1957Return to Top

approximately 17.5 cubic feet (36 boxes, 1 oversize package, and 1 tube)
Arrangement: Arranged in 12 series:
  • Biographical information
  • Correspondence
  • Legal documents
  • Subject files
  • Speeches and writings
  • Notebooks
  • Diaries
  • Photographs
  • Clippings
  • Printed materials
  • Other materials
  • Sydney Dix Strong Papers

Scope and Content: Correspondence, writings, diaries, photographs, memorabilia.

Digital Content/Other Formats:View selections from this collection in digital format.

Correspondence, diaries, and notes available on microfilm. See Accession No. 1309-002.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Anna Louise Strong, via Tracy Strong, on November 14, 1969.

Anna Louise Strong left papers and books in the care of Stephen Fritchman, minister of First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, when she returned to China in 1958. These papers were sent to the University of Washington Libraries in installments by Tracy Strong Jr., her nephew, in September 1969 and by Dr. Fritchman in November 1969. This was done with her approval. Subsequent additions to the papers were consolidated into another accession.

Processing Info: All of the members of the Strong family, especially Anna Louise, her brother Tracy, and father Sydney, corresponded extensively with each other and often circulated their letters. The researcher is advised to review the inventories to other Strong family papers as well. There are Anna Louise Strong letters in Tracy's papers, and with the Sydney Strong papers are a few Anna Louise Strong letters and several scrapbooks which document her activities. During her father's lifetime, Anna Louise Strong wrote "letters to father" which were intended to serve as a journal of her activities. (Unfortunately, after 1927 there were few such letters written or preserved). Although these letters were originally sent to Sydney and should have been considered "his" papers, they came into Anna Louise's possession again and, therefore, it was decided to treat them as her outgoing letters in order to retain their received arrangement. Many of these letters were bound by Sydney Strong by nailing them together. There was no adherence to a chronological sequence, although he tended to group those of a particular period together. Undated or partially dated items have been assigned a date on the basis of where they were grouped. If this seemed unreasonable, then internal evidence was used.

In 1985, additional preservation measures, item counts, dating and property stamping were done as well as minor revisions to the original inventory. Letters and other items which were clearly out of place were moved. Therefore, the current arrangement of the papers may differ slightly from the contents of the microfilm which was made in 1971. This microfilm does not include the entire contents of this accession. All of the correspondence, notebooks, diaries and several subject series were filmed.

Pamphlets received with this accession were removed and cataloged separately. All pamphlets were previously housed in box 22.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 1309-001
Series 1: Biographical information
6 items
undated
Series 2: Correspondence
Digital Content/Other Formats: Available on microfilm. See Accession No. 1309-002.
General correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/2a 1309-001
Barton, William E. (Use Copy)
8 items
1909-1910
31/1 1309-001
Barton, William E. (Original)
8 items
1909-1910
1/2b 1309-001
Harpers Bazaar
2 items
1942
1/3 1309-001
Regarding "Know Your City" campaign
4 items
1910
1/4 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Use Copy)
1938-1941
31/2 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Original)
1938-1941
1/5 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Use Copy)
1941
31/3 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Original)
1941
1/6 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Use Copy)
1942
31/4 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin (Original)
1942
1/7 1309-001
With and regarding Joel Shubin
1938-1944
1/8 1309-001
Miscellany
6 items
1916, 1940-1941
Incoming letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/9 1309-001
Aberdeen, Tolbert & Countess
2 items
1914
1/10 1309-001
AFG Literary Agency
1 item
1943
1/11 1309-001
Alleen, Lem (greeting card)
1 item
1957
1/12 1309-001
American Russian Institute
1 item
1941
1/13 1309-001
American Union against Militarism
1 item
1917
1/14 1309-001
Asia
2 items
1939, 1941
1/15 1309-001
Ayer, Leonard, and unidentified "A"
2 items
1908, 1914
1/16 1309-001
Bernays, Hella Freud (greeting card)
1 item
1957
1/17 1309-001
Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt
2 items
1939
1/18 1309-001
Bogart, Misha
1 item
1952
1/19 1309-001
Bosworth, E.T.
1 item
1908
1/19b 1309-001
Brandt, E.C.
1 item
1923?
½0 1309-001
Broaddus, (Mrs.) C.A.
1 item
1925
½1 1309-001
By Archer Road (magazine)
1 item
1907
½2 1309-001
Carlson, Evans
2 items
1943, 1946
½3 1309-001
The Chicago Sun
2 items
1941
½4 1309-001
The Civic Club, New York
1 item
1929
½5 1309-001
Congreso, Continental American Por La Pax
1 item
1949
½6 1309-001
Daily News, Los Angeles
1 item
1941
½7 1309-001
Dennett, Mary Ware
1 item
1917
½8 1309-001
The Detroit Free Press
1 item
1941
½9 1309-001
The Detroit News
1 item
1941
1/30 1309-001
Duvaulle, Pierre
2 items
1957
1/31 1309-001
The Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia
1 item
1941
1/32 1309-001
The Evening Star, Washington, D.C.
1 item
1941
1/33 1309-001
The Evening Sun, Baltimore
1 item
1941
1/34a 1309-001
Gale, Zona
1 item
1916
1/34b 1309-001
Gillett-Gatty, Katherine
1 item
1944
1/35 1309-001
Gos Ludowy, Detroit (newspaper)
1 item
1942
1/36 1309-001
Goldman, Emma
1 item
1922?
1/37 1309-001
Hicks, Granville
1 item
1939
1/38 1309-001
Hoidalo, J.
1 item and 1 enclosure
1925
1/39 1309-001
Hoover Institute and Library
1 item and 1 enclosure
1953
1/40 1309-001
Howe, Bertha W.
1 item
1941
1/41 1309-001
Hume, Hugh
1 item
1909
1/42 1309-001
Huniz, Par S.
1 item
1956
1/43 1309-001
International Workers' Defense League
1 item
1919
1/44 1309-001
Jackson, Frank
1 item
1909
1/45 1309-001
Jenson, (?) C.
1 item
undated
1/46 1309-001
The Journal, Portland
1 item
1942
1/47 1309-001
Libraria Victor, Rio de Janeiro
2 items
1942, 1943
1/48a 1309-001
McFeely, Otto
1 item
1918
1/48b 1309-001
MacGilvray, Daniel greeting card
1 item
undated
1/49 1309-001
Mahoney, Elmer M.
1 item
1952
1/50 1309-001
The Masses (Use Copy)
1 item and 1 enclosure
Scope and Content: Includes typescript, "The Case for a Feminist"
1917
31/5 1309-001
The Masses (Original)
1 item and 1 enclosure
Scope and Content: Includes typescript, "The Case for a Feminist"
1917
1/51 1309-001
Merz, Amy
1 item
undated
1/52 1309-001
Minneapolis Star Journal and Tribune
1 item
1941
1/53 1309-001
Minor, Lydia Gibson
1 item
undated
1/54 1309-001
Merson, Frank G.
3 items
1957
1/55 1309-001
Nasmyth, George
1 item
1919
1/56 1309-001
Nearing, Scott
2 items
1919, 1956
1/57 1309-001
New York Evening Post
2 items
1917
1/58 1309-001
Newell, Ritter T. greeting card
1 item
1/59 1309-001
Niederhauser, Ruth
2 items
1939
1/60 1309-001
Northwestern University
1 item
1942
1/61 1309-001
Oberlin College
1 item
1925
1/62 1309-001
The Open Door, Seattle
1 item
1909
1/63 1309-001
P.M (newspaper)
1 item
1941
1/64 1309-001
Parkhurst, Minnie (Use Copy)
1 item
1919
31/6 1309-001
Parkhurst, Minnie (Original)
1 item
1919
1/65 1309-001
Pass, Sylvia
1 item
1936
1/66 1309-001
Pierson, Emily M.
2 items
1941, 1942
1/67 1309-001
The Pilgrim Press, Boston
1 item
1908
1/68 1309-001
Powell, William
1 item
undated
1/69 1309-001
Rauschenbusch, Walter
1 item
1916
1/70 1309-001
Reuters, Limited
3 plus ms.
1951
1/71 1309-001
Robins, Margaret Driver
1 item
1928
1/72 1309-001
Robins, Raymond
2 items
1939, 1949
1/73 1309-001
Rogge, O. John
1 item
1949
1/74-77 1309-001
Roosevelt, Eleanor
32 items
1937, 1941
1/78 1309-001
Rumely, Edward A.
1 item
1926
1/79 1309-001
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
2 items
1941, 1942
1/80 1309-001
Schindler, Pauline
1 item
undated
1/81 1309-001
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1 item
1942
1/82 1309-001
Shallenberger, G.G.
1 item
1941
1/83 1309-001
Simon, Ruth B.
1 item
1956
1/84 1309-001
Sinclair, Upton (Mr. and Mrs.)
2 items
1937, 1943
1/85a 1309-001
Smith, Norman
1 item
1957
1/85b 1309-001
Snyder, Hattie B.
1 item
1906
1/86 1309-001
Snow (Mrs.) Edgar
1 item
undated
1/87 1309-001
Spitzer, Adelbert L.
1 item
1898
1/88 1309-001
Steele, Frederick M.
1 item
1908
1/89 1309-001
Steffens, Lincoln
5 items
1934-1936
1/90 1309-001
Stone, Melvin O.
1 item
1919
1/91 1309-001
Story, Harold Hadley
1 item
1919
1/92 1309-001
Strong, Robbins (Use Copy)
1 item
1937
31/7 1309-001
Strong, Robbins (Original)
1 item
1937
1/93 1309-001
Strong, Sydney Dix (Use Copy)
9 items
1904, 1916-1935
31/8 1309-001
Strong, Sydney Dix (Original)
9 items
1904, 1916-1935
1/94 1309-001
Strong, Tracy (brother)
1 item
1930
1/95 1309-001
The Sun-Times, Chicago
1 item and 2 manuscripts
1950
1/96 1309-001
The Survey, New York
2 items
1917
1/97 1309-001
Tompkins, Warwick M.
2 items
1949
1/98 1309-001
Tracy, F.E. (grandfather) (Use Copy)
1 item
1885
31/9 1309-001
Tracy, F.E. (grandfather) (Original)
1 item
1885
1/99 1309-001
United Committee of South Slavic Americans
1 item
1946
1/100a 1309-001
United States Children's Bureau
2 items
1914
1/100b 1309-001
United States Council of National Defense
1 item
1917
1/101 1309-001
United States Department of Labor
1 item
1918
1/102 1309-001
United States Treasury Department
2 items
1942
1/103 1309-001
Washington, Governor (Lister)
1 item
1917
1/104 1309-001
Watertown Daily Times
1 item
1942
1/105 1309-001
Whitaker, Robert
1 item
1920
1/106 1309-001
Zachert, Adeline
1 item
1949
1/107 1309-001
Zavitski, Peter (Use Copy)
1 item
Scope and Content: From China
1922
31/10 1309-001
Zavitski, Peter (Original)
1 item
Scope and Content: From China
1922
1/108 1309-001
Unidentified (Use Copy)
6 items and 1 enclosure
Scope and Content: "Milly" (Bennett ?), "Constancia"
1913-1957
31/11 1309-001
Unidentified (Original)
6 items and 1 enclosure
Scope and Content: "Milly" (Bennett ?), "Constancia"
1913-1957
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/109 1309-001
1897 January
1 item
1897 January
2/1 1309-001
1901 July, August
9 items
1901 July, August
2/2 1309-001
1901 September (Use Copy)
4 items
1901 September
31/12 1309-001
1901 September (Original)
4 items
1901 September
2/3 1309-001
1901 October (Use Copy)
3 items
1901 October
31/13 1309-001
1901 October (Original)
3 items
1901 October
2/4 1309-001
1901 November-December
11 items
1901 November-December
2/5 1309-001
1902 January
10 items
1902 January
2/6 1309-001
1902 February
8 items
1902 February
2/7 1309-001
1902 March
8 items
1902 March
2/8 1309-001
1902 April
8 items
1902 April
2/9 1309-001
1902 May
2 items
1902 May
2/10 1309-001
1903 January
11 items
1903 January
2/11 1309-001
1903 February
14 items
1903 February
2/12 1309-001
1903 March
8 items
1903 March
2/13 1309-001
1903 June (Use Copy)
3 items
1903 June
31/14 1309-001
1903 June (Original)
3 items
1903 June
2/14 1309-001
1903 September
4 items
1903 September
2/15 1309-001
1903 October
2 items
1903 October
2/16-17 1309-001
1903 November
21 items
1903 November
2/18 1309-001
1903 December
8 items
1903 December
2/19 1309-001
1903 miscellaneous
14 items
1903
2/20 1309-001
1904 January-February
15 items
1904 January-February
2/21 1309-001
1904 March
16 items
1904 March
2/22 1309-001
1904 April
14 items
1904 April
2/23 1309-001
1904 May
13 items
1904 May
2/24 1309-001
1904 June
3 items
1904 June
2/25 1309-001
1904 October
17 items
1904 October
2/26 1309-001
1904 November
11 items
1904 November
2/27 1309-001
1904 December
6 items
1904 December
2/28 1309-001
1905 January
5 items
1905 January
2/29 1309-001
1905 February
7 items
1905 February
2/30 1309-001
1905 March
4 items
1905 March
2/31 1309-001
1905 April
6 items
1905 April
2/32 1309-001
1905 May
8 items
1905 May
2/33 1309-001
1905 June-July (Use Copy)
3 items
1905 June-July
31/15 1309-001
1905 June-July (Original)
3 items
1905 June-July
2/34 1309-001
1905 October (Use Copy)
6 items
1905 October
31/16 1309-001
1905 October (Original)
6 items
1905 October
2/35 1309-001
To Tracy Strong
6 items
circa 1905-1908
2/36 1309-001
1906 (Use Copy)
12 items
1906
31/17 1309-001
1906 (Original)
12 items
1906
2/37 1309-001
To "Miss Fitch"
37 pages
1906-1908
2/38 1309-001
1907
2 items
1907
2/39 1309-001
1908 (Use Copy)
3 items
1908
31/18 1309-001
1908 (Original)
3 items
1908
2/40 1309-001
1910 January-June (Use Copy)
20 items
1910 January-June
31/19 1309-001
1910 January-June (Original)
20 items
1910 January-June
2/41 1309-001
1910 September-December
15 items
1910 September-December
2/42 1309-001
1911 miscellaneous
7 items
1911
2/43 1309-001
1911 February-July (Use Copy)
13 items
1911 February-July
31/20 1309-001
1911 February-July (Original)
13 items
1911 February-July
2/44 1309-001
1911 September-December (Use Copy)
14 items
1911 September-December
31/21 1309-001
1911 September-December (Original)
14 items
1911 September-December
2/45 1309-001
1912 miscellaneous (Use Copy)
8 items
1912
31/22 1309-001
1912 miscellaneous (Original)
8 items
1912
2/46 1309-001
1912 February-April (Use Copy)
15 items
1912 February-April
31/23 1309-001
1912 February-April (Original)
15 items
1912 February-April
2/47 1309-001
1912 May-September (Use Copy)
12 items
1912 May-September
31/24 1309-001
1912 May-September (Original)
12 items
1912 May-September
2/48 1309-001
1912 November-December
8 items
1912 November-December
3/1 1309-001
1913 January-April
14 items
1913 January-April
3/2 1309-001
1913 May-December (Use Copy)
17 items
1913 May-December
31/25 1309-001
1913 May-December (Original)
17 items
1913 May-December
3/3 1309-001
1914 January-May (Use Copy)
14 items
1914 January-May
31/26 1309-001
1914 January-May (Original)
14 items
1914 January-May
3/4 1309-001
1914 June
10 items
1914 June
3/5 1309-001
1914 July (Use Copy)
7 items and 3 enclosures
1914 July
31/27 1309-001
1914 July (Original)
7 items and 3 enclosures
1914 July
3/6 1309-001
1914 August-December
22 items
1914 August-December
3/7 1309-001
1915 February-April
16 items
1915 February-April
3/8 1309-001
1915 June-December
16 items
1915 June-December
3/9a 1309-001
1916
9 items
1916
3/9b 1309-001
1917
1 item
1917
3/10 1309-001
1918-1920 (Use Copy)
4 items
1918-1920
31/28 1309-001
1918-1920 (Original)
4 items
1918-1920
3/11 1309-001
1921 January-July (Use Copy)
9 items
1921 January-July
31/29 1309-001
1921 January-July (Original)
9 items
1921 January-July
3/12 1309-001
1921 August-December (Use Copy)
5 items and 1 enclosure
1921 August-December
31/30 1309-001
1921 August-December (Original)
5 items and 1 enclosure
1921 August-December
3/13 1309-001
1922 January-March (Use Copy)
10 items
1922 January-March
31/31 1309-001
1922 January-March (Original)
10 items
1922 January-March
3/14 1309-001
1922 April-May (Use Copy)
10 items
1922 April-May
31/32 1309-001
1922 April-May (Original)
10 items
1922 April-May
3/15 1309-001
1922 June-July (Use Copy)
9 items
1922 June-July
31/33 1309-001
1922 June-July (Original)
9 items
1922 June-July
3/16 1309-001
1922 August-December (Use Copy)
10 items
1922 August-December
31/34 1309-001
1922 August-December (Original)
10 items
1922 August-December
3/17 1309-001
1923 January-February (Use Copy)
14 items
1923 January-February
31/35 1309-001
1923 January-February (Original)
14 items
1923 January-February
3/18 1309-001
1923 March-April (Use Copy)
10 items
1923 March-April
31/36 1309-001
1923 March-April (Original)
10 items
1923 March-April
3/19 1309-001
1923 May-June (Use Copy)
14 items
1923 May-June
31/37 1309-001
1923 May-June (Original)
14 items
1923 May-June
3/20 1309-001
1923 July-December (Use Copy)
7 items and 2 enclosures
1923 July-December
31/38 1309-001
1923 July-December (Original)
7 items and 2 enclosures
1923 July-December
3/21 1309-001
"Letters from Russia"
29 items
Scope and Content: A typescript compilation by Sydney Strong of letters from December 1922 - May 1923
August 1923
3/22 1309-001
Typescripts of letters, compiled by Sydney Strong
1 volume
December 1922-June 1923
3/23 1309-001
1924 January-April (Use Copy)
10 items
1924 January-April
31/39 1309-001
1924 January-April (Original)
10 items
1924 January-April
3/24 1309-001
1924 May-June (Use Copy)
8 items
1924 May-June
31/40 1309-001
1924 May-June (Original)
8 items
1924 May-June
3/25 1309-001
1924 July-September (Use Copy)
12 items
1924 July-September
31/41 1309-001
1924 July-September (Original)
12 items
1924 July-September
3/26 1309-001
1924 October-December (Use Copy)
8 items
1924 October-December
31/42 1309-001
1924 October-December (Original)
8 items
1924 October-December
3/27 1309-001
1925 January-April (Use Copy)
12 items and 2 enclosures
1925 January-April
31/43 1309-001
1925 January-April (Original)
12 items and 2 enclosures
1925 January-April
3/28 1309-001
1925 May-September (Use Copy)
11 items
1925 May-September
31/44 1309-001
1925 May-September (Original)
11 items
1925 May-September
3/29 1309-001
1925 September-December (Use Copy)
6 items and 1 enclosure
1925 September-December
31/45 1309-001
1925 September-December (Original)
6 items and 1 enclosure
1925 September-December
3/30 1309-001
1926 January-February (Use Copy)
12 items and 3 enclosures
1926 January-February
31/46 1309-001
1926 January-February (Original)
12 items and 3 enclosures
1926 January-February
3/31 1309-001
1926 March-April (Use Copy)
12 items
1926 March-April
31/47 1309-001
1926 March-April (Original)
12 items
1926 March-April
4/1 1309-001
1926 May-December (Use Copy)
16 items and 1 enclosure
1926 May-December
31/48 1309-001
1926 May-December (Original)
16 items and 1 enclosure
1926 May-December
4/2 1309-001
1927 (Use Copy)
14 items
1927
31/49 1309-001
1927 (Original)
14 items
1927
4/3 1309-001
1928 September-December (Use Copy)
5 items
1928 September-December
31/50 1309-001
1928 September-December (Original)
5 items
1928 September-December
4/4 1309-001
1929 January-June (Use Copy)
12 items
1929 January-June
31/51 1309-001
1929 January-June (Original)
12 items
1929 January-June
4/5 1309-001
1929 August-December (Use Copy)
14 items
1929 August-December
31/52 1309-001
1929 August-December (Original)
14 items
1929 August-December
4/6 1309-001
1930 January-February (Use Copy)
7 items
1930 January-February
31/53 1309-001
1930 January-February (Original)
7 items
1930 January-February
4/7 1309-001
1930 March (Use Copy)
9 items
1930 March
32/1 1309-001
1930 March (Original)
9 items
1930 March
4/8 1309-001
1930 April-June (Use Copy)
8 items
1930 April-June
32/2 1309-001
1930 April-June (Original)
8 items
1930 April-June
4/9 1309-001
1930 July-September
5 items
1930 July-September
4/10 1309-001
1930 November-December (Use Copy)
4 items
1930 November-December
32/3 1309-001
1930 November-December (Original)
4 items
1930 November-December
4/11 1309-001
1931
3 items
1931
4/12 1309-001
1932 (Use Copy)
4 items
1932
32/4 1309-001
1932 (Original)
4 items
1932
4/13 1309-001
1934
4 items
1934
4/14 1309-001
1935 (Use Copy)
3 items
1935
32/5 1309-001
1935 (Original)
3 items
1935
4/15 1309-001
1936 (Use Copy)
7 items
1936
32/6 1309-001
1936 (Original)
7 items
1936
4/16 1309-001
1937 (Use Copy)
5 items
1937
32/7 1309-001
1937 (Original)
5 items
1937
4/17 1309-001
1938 (Use Copy)
3 items
1938
32/8 1309-001
1938 (Original)
3 items
1938
4/18 1309-001
1939 January-August (Use Copy)
11 items
1939 January-August
32/9 1309-001
1939 January-August (Original)
11 items
1939 January-August
4/19 1309-001
1939 September-December (Use Copy)
12 items
1939 September-December
32/10 1309-001
1939 September-December (Original)
12 items
1939 September-December
4/20 1309-001
1940 (Use Copy)
1 item
1940
32/11 1309-001
1940 (Original)
1 item
1940
4/21 1309-001
1941 (Use Copy)
6 items
1941
32/12 1309-001
1941 (Original)
6 items
1941
4/22 1309-001
1942, 1944 (Use Copy)
2 items
1942, 1944
32/13 1309-001
1942, 1944 (Original)
2 items
1942, 1944
4/23 1309-001
1949 September (Use Copy)
10 items and fragment
1949 September
32/14 1309-001
1949 September (Original)
10 items and fragment
1949 September
4/24 1309-001
1949 October-November (Use Copy)
13 items
1949 October-November
32/15 1309-001
1949 October-November (Original)
13 items
1949 October-November
4/25 1309-001
1950 (Use Copy)
1 item
1950
32/16 1309-001
1950 (Original)
1 item
1950
4/26 1309-001
1953 (Use Copy)
2 items
1953
32/17 1309-001
1953 (Original)
2 items
1953
4/27 1309-001
1954 (Use Copy)
1 item
1954
32/18 1309-001
1954 (Original)
1 item
1954
4/28 1309-001
1957 (Use Copy)
1 item
1957
32/19 1309-001
1957 (Original)
1 item
1957
4/29 1309-001
undated (Use Copy)
5 items
undated
32/20 1309-001
undated (Original)
5 items
undated
Series 3: Legal Documents
17 items
Scope and Content: Agreements with publishers and Open Forum Speakers Bureau
Series 4: Subject files
Child Welfare Exhibits
1911-1915
Box/Folder Accession
4/31 1309-001
Writings (Use Copy)
3 items
circa 1911-1915
32/21 1309-001
Writings (Original)
3 items
circa 1911-1915
4/32-34 1309-001
Clippings
circa 1911-1915
4/35-41 1309-001
Ephemera
45 items
circa 1911-1915
Box
5/7-5/40, 6/1-63 1309-001
Photo album of exhibits
circa 1911-1915
"Know Your City"
1910
Box/Folder Accession
5/1 1309-001
Ephemera
1910
5/2 1309-001
Clippings
1910
5/3 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
1910
32/22 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
1910
5/4 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
1910
32/23 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
1910
5/5 1309-001
Clippings
1 volume
1910
5/6 1309-001
Clippings
1 volume
1910
"Exiles from Baltic States and U.S.S. Manhattan"
1940 May-June
Box/Folder Accession
6/64 1309-001
Article - "Last Lifeline to Europe"
1 item
1940
6/65 1309-001
Article - "Exiles"by Madame Perkines (Use Copy)
1 item
1940
32/24 1309-001
Article - "Exiles"by Madame Perkines (Original)
1 item
1940
6/66 1309-001
Outgoing letters and dispatches (Use Copy)
34 items
1940
32/25 1309-001
Outgoing letters and dispatches (Original)
34 items
1940
6/67 1309-001
Outgoing letters and dispatches (Use Copy)
34 items
1940
32/26 1309-001
Outgoing letters and dispatches (Original)
34 items
1940
6/68 1309-001
Diary (Use Copy)
1 item
1940
32/27 1309-001
Diary (Original)
1 item
1940
6/69 1309-001
Photographs - U.S.S. Manhattan
6 items
1940
"I.W.W. [Industrial Workers of the World] Trial & Everett Massacre"
1916-1917
Box/Folder Accession
6/70 1309-001
Trial reports
9 items
1916-1917
6/71 1309-001
Trial reports (Use Copy)
9 items
1916-1917
32/28 1309-001
Trial reports (Original)
9 items
1916-1917
6/72 1309-001
Newsletters (Use Copy)
14 items
1916-1917
32/29 1309-001
Newsletters (Original)
14 items
1916-1917
6/73 1309-001
Ephemera (Use Copy)
6 items
1916-1917
32/30 1309-001
Ephemera (Original)
6 items
1916-1917
John Reed Colony
Box/Folder Accession
7/1 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
13 items
1925
32/31 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
13 items
1925
7/2 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
13 items
1925
32/32 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
13 items
1925
7/3 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
13 items
1925, 1926
32/33 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
13 items
1925, 1926
7/4 1309-001
Photographs (Use Copy)
3 items
undated
32/34 1309-001
Photographs (Original)
3 items
undated
7/5 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
undated
32/25 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
undated
7/6 1309-001
Financial records (Use Copy)
1 item
1926
32/36 1309-001
Financial records (Original)
1 item
1926
7/7 1309-001
Ephemera (Use Copy)
12 items
undated
32/37 1309-001
Ephemera (Original)
12 items
undated
Moscow News
Box/Folder Accession
7/8 1309-001
News release, article (Use Copy)
circa 1930
32/38 1309-001
News release, article (Original)
circa 1930
Moscow Spy Charges
Biographical/Historical Note: On February 13, 1949, Anna Louise Strong was arrested, jailed and expelled from the Soviet Union for "spying." She subsequently tried to clear her name with the Soviets and American Communist Party
1949-1950
General correspondence
Scope and Content: Mostly incoming
Box/Folder Accession
7/9 1309-001
Chicago Sun Times
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/10 1309-001
China Digest (Use Copy)
3 items
circa 1949-1950
32/39 1309-001
China Digest (Original)
3 items
circa 1949-1950
7/11 1309-001
Civil Rights Congress
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/12 1309-001
Community Church of New York (Reverend John Haynes Holmes)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/13 1309-001
Daener, Geraldine ("Jerry")
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/14 1309-001
Fairchild, Henry Pratt
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/15 1309-001
Fritchman, Stephen H.
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/16 1309-001
Han, Chen Sen (Use Copy)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
32/40 1309-001
Han, Chen Sen (Original)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
7/17 1309-001
Hardyman, Hugh
4 items
circa 1949-1950
7/18 1309-001
Harris, Lem (Use Copy)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
32/41 1309-001
Harris, Lem (Original)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/19 1309-001
Hilsum, M. (Hier et Aujourd'hui)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/20 1309-001
Hoover Institute on War, Revolution and Peace
1 item
7/21 1309-001
Hunt, Louise
3 items
circa 1949-1950
7/22 1309-001
International News Service
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/23 1309-001
Johnson, Hewlitt (Dean of Canterbury)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/24 1309-001
Kennedy, Nancy
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/25 1309-001
Li, George
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/26 1309-001
Maurette, F., Director École Internationale de Genève (Use Copy)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
32/42 1309-001
Maurette, F., Director École Internationale de Genève (Original)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
7/27 1309-001
Pickens, William
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/28 1309-001
Pierson, Emily M.
1 item and 1 enclosure
circa 1949-1950
7/29 1309-001
Rapp, Samuel J.
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/30 1309-001
Rautenstrauch, Minerva
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/31 1309-001
Robins, Raymond
7 items
circa 1949-1950
7/32 1309-001
Rogge, O. John
5 items
circa 1949-1950
7/33 1309-001
Roth, Andrew (excerpt)
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/34 1309-001
Russell, Maud
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/35 1309-001
Schindler, Pauline G.
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/36 1309-001
Seltage, Cedric
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/37 1309-001
Shen, Chung-Chao
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/38 1309-001
Shorter, Fred W.
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/39 1309-001
Tompkins, Helen
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/40 1309-001
Tompkins, Warwick (Use Copy)
3 items
circa 1949-1950
32/43 1309-001
Tompkins, Warwick (Original)
3 items
circa 1949-1950
7/41 1309-001
Wendt, Erich
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/42 1309-001
Williams, Albert Rhys
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/43 1309-001
Zimmerman, Paul
1 item
circa 1949-1950
Unidentified:
Box/Folder Accession
7/44 1309-001
Rose
1 item
circa 1949-1950
7/44 1309-001
Sophie and Misha
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/44 1309-001
K.C.G.
1 item
circa 1949-1950
Box/Folder Accession
7/45 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 March 2-6
32/44 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 March 2-6
7/46 1309-001
Outgoing letters
1949-1950
7/47 1309-001
Outgoing letters
1949-1950
7/48 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 April
32/45 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 April
7/49 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 May
32/46 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 May
7/50 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 June
32/47 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 June
7/51 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 July
32/48 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 July
7/52 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 August
32/49 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 August
7/53 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 September
32/50 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 September
7/54 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 November
32/51 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 November
7/55 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1949 December
32/52 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1949 December
7/56 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1950 January-February
32/53 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1950 January-February
7/57 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1950 March-April
32/54 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1950 March-April
7/58 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
1950 May-October
32/55 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
1950 May-October
7/59 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Use Copy)
Undated
32/56 1309-001
Outgoing letters (Original)
Undated
7/60 1309-001
Statements for O. John Rogge (Use Copy)
2 items
circa 1949-1950
32/57 1309-001
Statements for O. John Rogge (Original)
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/61 1309-001
Notes
2 items
circa 1949-1950
7/62 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Use Copy)
circa 1949-1950
33/1 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Original)
circa 1949-1950
7/63 1309-001
Speeches and writings (#2, #3, #4) (Use Copy)
4 items
Undated
33/2 1309-001
Speeches and writings (#2, #3, #4) (Original)
4 items
Undated
7/64 1309-001
Speeches and writings (#5, #6)
4 items
Undated
7/65 1309-001
Speeches and writings
1 item
Undated
7/66 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Use Copy)
6 items
Undated
33/3 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Original)
6 items
Undated
7/67 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Use Copy)
1 item
Undated
33/4 1309-001
Speeches and writings (Original)
1 item
Undated
7/68 1309-001
Speeches and writings
1 item
Undated
7/69 1309-001
Speeches and writings
1 item
Undated
8/1 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
10 items
circa 1949-1950
33/5 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
10 items
circa 1949-1950
8/2 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
6 items
circa 1949-1950
33/6 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
6 items
circa 1949-1950
8/3 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
33/7 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
4 items
circa 1949-1950
8/4 1309-001
Clippings
10 items
circa 1949-1950
box:oversize
26 1309-001
Scrapbook
Recall from Seattle School Board
Box/Folder Accession
8/5 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
13 items
1917
33/8 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
13 items
1917
8/6 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
11 items
1918 January-February
33/9 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
11 items
1918 January-February
8/7 1309-001
General correspondence
11 items
1918 March
8/8 1309-001
General correspondence
14 items
1918 March, undated
8/9 1309-001
Financial records
1 item
undated
8/10 1309-001
Legal documents
2 items
1918
8/11 1309-001
Ephemera and photograph
5 items
undated
Box/Folder Accession
8/12 1309-001
Russian Famine Relief (Use Copy)
6 items (1 letter, article draft, 4 leaflet articles)
1940
33/10 1309-001
Russian Famine Relief (Original)
6 items (1 letter, article draft, 4 leaflet articles)
1940
Seattle School Board Election
1916
Box/Folder Accession
8/13 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Bogardus, Lucia B.
1 item
1916
8/14 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Canfield, Ada L.
1 item
1916
8/15 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Cronin, J. F.
1 item
1916
8/16 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Downie, R. E.
1 item
1916
8/17 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Hall, D. C. (Use Copy)
1 item
1916
33/11 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Hall, D. C. (Original)
1 item
1916
8/18 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Harner, Carrie M.
1 item
1916
8/19 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Johnson, D. D.
1 item
1916
8/20 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Kershner, Gertrude
1 item
1916
8/21 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Lepper, Louise K.
1 item
1916
8/22 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Loeb, Max (Use Copy)
1 item
1917
33/12 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Loeb, Max (Original)
1 item
1917
8/23 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Mann, Horace (Use Copy)
1 item
1918
33/13 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Mann, Horace (Original)
1 item
1918
8/24 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Manney, Della Wood
1 item
1916
8/25 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Mason, Thomas A.
1 item
1916
8/26 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, McMahon, Thomas Byron
1 item
1916
8/27 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, McManns, L.
1 item
1916
8/28 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Nugent, Hattie Whitcomb
1 item
1918
8/29 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Phelps, Byron
1 item
1916
8/30 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Reed, Alice J.
1 item
1916
8/31 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Richardson, Dis
1 item
1916
8/32 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Rosencrans, Ida
1 item
1916
8/33 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Shroeder, Eva H.
1 item
1916
8/34 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Siegfried, Thorwald
1 item
1916
8/35 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Snani, Mary
1 item
1916
8/36 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Stein, Hattie
1 item
1916
8/37 1309-001
Incoming letters of congratulation, Van Slatle, Eloise
1 item
1916
8/38 1309-001
Petitions
5 items
1916
33/14 1309-001
Petitions
5 items
1916
8/39 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
7 items
1916
33/15 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
7 items
1916
8/40 1309-001
Ephemera
1 item
1915
8/41 1309-001
Miscellany (Use Copy)
1 item
1916
33/16 1309-001
Miscellany (Original)
1 item
1916
Series 5: Speeches and writings
Scope and Content: Mostly typescripts. One item per folder unless otherwise noted.
Box/Folder Accession
8/42 1309-001
Air Battles of Soviet Fliers -- Where? (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/17 1309-001
Air Battles of Soviet Fliers -- Where? (Original)
1 item
undated
8/43 1309-001
Airplane from the US.S.R.
1 item
undated
8/44 1309-001
American Friends of the American Revolution
1 item
undated
8/45 1309-001
American Workers -- Visitors Pleased with Soviets (Use Copy)
1 item
1937
33/18 1309-001
American Workers -- Visitors Pleased with Soviets (Original)
1 item
1937
8/46 1309-001
America's Golden Chance (Use Copy)
1 item
1941
33/19 1309-001
America's Golden Chance (Original)
1 item
1941
8/47 1309-001
Arctic Flight to Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/20 1309-001
Arctic Flight to Moscow (Original)
1 item
undated
8/48 1309-001
Armenia in War (Use Copy)
1 item
1943
33/21 1309-001
Armenia in War (Original)
1 item
1943
8/49 1309-001
The Army of Construction (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/22 1309-001
The Army of Construction (Original)
1 item
undated
8/50 1309-001
Back of Beyond Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/23 1309-001
Back of Beyond Moscow (Original)
1 item
undated
8/51 1309-001
Baltic Germans (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/24 1309-001
Baltic Germans (Original)
1 item
undated
8/52 1309-001
Baruch's Atom Bomb Proposal Worries Russians (Use Copy)
1 item
1946
33/25 1309-001
Baruch's Atom Bomb Proposal Worries Russians (Original)
1 item
1946
8/53 1309-001
California Doctors Speed New Plan to Head Off State Health Law (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/26 1309-001
California Doctors Speed New Plan to Head Off State Health Law (Original)
1 item
1939
8/54 1309-001
California Physicians' Service
1 item
undated
8/55 1309-001
California Progressives Fight On
1 item
undated
8/56 1309-001
California -- Where Now? (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/27 1309-001
California -- Where Now? (Original)
1 item
undated
8/57 1309-001
The Chaos of Europe (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/28 1309-001
The Chaos of Europe (Original)
1 item
undated
8/58 1309-001
Carey Raises Farmhand Wages
1 item, 2 versions
undated
8/59 1309-001
Carrasco Checks on Shirley Temple
1 item
undated
8/60 1309-001
Chamberlain's Real Policy Seen As Helping Hitler (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/29 1309-001
Chamberlain's Real Policy Seen As Helping Hitler (Original)
1 item
1939
8/61 1309-001
China's Millions
3 items
1929
8/62 1309-001
China's Way to Socialism
3 items
undated
8/63 1309-001
The Commissar's Theory (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/30 1309-001
The Commissar's Theory (Original)
1 item
undated
8/64 1309-001
Cutting Down on Liquor in Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/31 1309-001
Cutting Down on Liquor in Russia (Original)
1 item
undated
8/65 1309-001
Dasha and the War (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/32 1309-001
Dasha and the War (Original)
1 item
undated
8/66 1309-001
Defense of Stalingrad (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/33 1309-001
Defense of Stalingrad (Original)
1 item
undated
8/67 1309-001
Democracy Seen Gaining Despite Fascist Victories (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/34 1309-001
Democracy Seen Gaining Despite Fascist Victories (Original)
1 item
1939
8/68 1309-001
Dovzhenko (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/35 1309-001
Dovzhenko (Original)
1 item
undated
8/69 1309-001
Ducia Bore Her Baby in Moscow
1 item
undated
8/70 1309-001
Edward Osobka Morawski (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/36 1309-001
Edward Osobka Morawski (Original)
1 item
undated
8/71 1309-001
Eighty-nine Men from Leningrad
1 item
circa 1934
8/72 1309-001
Embargo Decision of World Importance
1 item
1935
8/73 1309-001
The Embattled Farmers of Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/37 1309-001
The Embattled Farmers of Russia (Original)
1 item
undated
8/74 1309-001
Empire Building on a Shoe-String (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/38 1309-001
Empire Building on a Shoe-String (Original)
1 item
undated
8/75 1309-001
Farm Revolution in Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
1930
33/39 1309-001
Farm Revolution in Russia (Original)
1 item
1930
8/76 1309-001
Farms in Kern County
1 item
undated
9/1 1309-001
Fascism Not "Bound to Win" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/40 1309-001
Fascism Not "Bound to Win" (Original)
1 item
undated
9/2 1309-001
Four Twigs of Green (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/41 1309-001
Four Twigs of Green (Original)
1 item
undated
9/3 1309-001
Free-lancing Doesn't Work Any More
1 item
1950
9/4 1309-001
Free Speech by Airplane (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/42 1309-001
Free Speech by Airplane (Original)
1 item
undated
9/5 1309-001
French Invitation for Labor Conference Seen as Step Toward World Peace (Use Copy)
1 item
1938
33/43 1309-001
French Invitation for Labor Conference Seen as Step Toward World Peace (Original)
1 item
1938
9/6 1309-001
Guatemalan View
1 item
undated
9/7 1309-001
Guatemalans New Deal (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/44 1309-001
Guatemalans New Deal (Original)
1 item
undated
9/8 1309-001
Notes on Guatemala (Use Copy)
13 items
1954
33/45 1309-001
Notes on Guatemala (Original)
13 items
1954
9/9 1309-001
Report from Guatemala (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/46 1309-001
Report from Guatemala (Original)
1 item
undated
9/10 1309-001
Report on Guatemala
1 item, 2 versions
undated
9/8-10 1309-001
Notes and Reports on Guatemala
13 items
1954
9/11 1309-001
His Ration of Laughter (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
33/47 1309-001
His Ration of Laughter (Original)
2 items
undated
9/12 1309-001
How I Saw Minsk (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/48 1309-001
How I Saw Minsk (Original)
1 item
undated
9/13 1309-001
How Moscow Cracked the Foe (Use Copy)
1 item
1942
33/49 1309-001
How Moscow Cracked the Foe (Original)
1 item
1942
9/14 1309-001
Inside Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/50 1309-001
Inside Moscow (Original)
1 item
undated
9/15 1309-001
The Interview Nobody Got
1 item
1943
9/16 1309-001
Interview with Anna Louise Strong
1 item
1943
9/17 1309-001
Is Love Greater Than Justice? (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/51 1309-001
Is Love Greater Than Justice? (Original)
1 item
undated
9/18 1309-001
Is Moscow Out of the World? (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/52 1309-001
Is Moscow Out of the World? (Original)
1 item
undated
9/19 1309-001
Jews, the World's Step-Children (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/53 1309-001
Jews, the World's Step-Children (Original)
1 item
undated
9/20 1309-001
Kim K. Sung, Northern President, Expects United Korea (Use Copy)
1 item
1947
33/54 1309-001
Kim K. Sung, Northern President, Expects United Korea (Original)
1 item
1947
9/21 1309-001
Kolo (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
33/55 1309-001
Kolo (Original)
2 items
undated
9/22 1309-001
The Last Free-Lancer (Use Copy)
1 item
1950
33/56 1309-001
The Last Free-Lancer (Original)
1 item
1950
9/23 1309-001
Let Them Eat Cake
1 item
1934
9/24 1309-001
Lines Not Yet Drawn In European War (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/57 1309-001
Lines Not Yet Drawn In European War (Original)
1 item
1939
9/25 1309-001
"Look" Visits Modern Farming Family in Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/58 1309-001
"Look" Visits Modern Farming Family in Russia (Original)
1 item
undated
9/26 1309-001
A Man of Sorrows (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/59 1309-001
A Man of Sorrows (Original)
1 item
undated
9/27 1309-001
Meeting Russian Scientists in the Roof of the World
1 item
undated
9/28 1309-001
Modern Farming -- Soviet Style
1 item
undated
9/29 1309-001
Moscow Air Defense (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/60 1309-001
Moscow Air Defense (Original)
1 item
undated
9/30 1309-001
Moscow -- Baltic -- Balkins (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/61 1309-001
Moscow -- Baltic -- Balkins (Original)
1 item
1939
9/31 1309-001
Moscow Is A Fortress
1 item
undated
9/32 1309-001
Moscow is the World's Strongest Fortress-City (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/62 1309-001
Moscow is the World's Strongest Fortress-City (Original)
1 item
undated
9/33 1309-001
Moscow Marches (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/63 1309-001
Moscow Marches (Original)
1 item
undated
9/34 1309-001
Moscow Mother (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/64 1309-001
Moscow Mother (Original)
1 item
undated
9/35 1309-001
Moscow's Defense (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/65 1309-001
Moscow's Defense (Original)
1 item
undated
9/36 1309-001
Moscow's Inventions (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/66 1309-001
Moscow's Inventions (Original)
1 item
1939
9/37 1309-001
"Moving Out" From the Ranks in Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/67 1309-001
"Moving Out" From the Ranks in Russia Original)
1 item
undated
9/38 1309-001
North Korea Kim Experienced in War (Use Copy)
1 item
1950
33/68 1309-001
North Korea Kim Experienced in War (Use Copy)
1 item
1950
9/39 1309-001
Northern Searoute During War (Use Copy)
2 items
1945
33/69 1309-001
Northern Searoute During War (Original)
2 items
1945
9/40 1309-001
Olson's Appointees Make History (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/70 1309-001
Olson's Appointees Make History (Original)
1 item
undated
9/41 1309-001
Olson's Program Scores Some Gains Despite Legislature (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
33/71 1309-001
Olson's Program Scores Some Gains Despite Legislature (Original)
1 item
1939
9/42 1309-001
One of Two Hundred Million
1 item
1942
9/43 1309-001
One Year of Russo-German War
1 item
1942
9/44 1309-001
On Road to Oren Berg Alma Ata (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/72 1309-001
On Road to Oren Berg Alma Ata (Original)
1 item
undated
9/45 1309-001
A Personal Impression of Stalin (Use Copy)
1 item
1934
33/73 1309-001
A Personal Impression of Stalin (Original)
1 item
1934
9/46 1309-001
Pictures of Some Women in the Roof of the World (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
33/74 1309-001
Pictures of Some Women in the Roof of the World (Original)
1 item
undated
9/47 1309-001
Pierre Cot (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/1 1309-001
Pierre Cot (Original)
1 item
undated
9/48 1309-001
Plan for 5,000,000 in Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
1934
34/2 1309-001
Plan for 5,000,000 in Moscow (Original)
1 item
1934
9/49 1309-001
Plans made by Camp Seattle for Camps on Rainier (Use Copy)
1 item
1917
34/3 1309-001
Plans made by Camp Seattle for Camps on Rainier (Original)
1 item
1917
9/50 1309-001
Possible Great Religious Revival in Russia (Use Copy)
1 item
1941
34/4 1309-001
Possible Great Religious Revival in Russia (Original)
1 item
1941
9/51 1309-001
The Princess "Columbia" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/5 1309-001
The Princess "Columbia" (Original)
1 item
undated
9/52 1309-001
Prisoners of War (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/6 1309-001
Prisoners of War (Original)
1 item
undated
9/53 1309-001
Reactionaries Crack Down on Olson
1 item
undated
9/54 1309-001
Reactionary Legislation Kills All Olson Program (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/7 1309-001
Reactionary Legislation Kills All Olson Program (Original)
1 item
undated
9/55 1309-001
The Red Army and the Soviet People (Use Copy)
1 item
1943
34/8 1309-001
The Red Army and the Soviet People (Original)
1 item
1943
9/56 1309-001
Retreat From Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/9 1309-001
Retreat From Moscow (Original)
1 item
undated
9/57 1309-001
Russia Afraid That America Will Get Chinese Railroad (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/10 1309-001
Russia Afraid That America Will Get Chinese Railroad (Original)
1 item
undated
9/58 1309-001
Russia to Cut Down on Alcohol and Babies (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
34/11 1309-001
Russia to Cut Down on Alcohol and Babies (Original)
2 items
undated
9/59 1309-001
Russian Boat in American Port
1 item
undated
9/60 1309-001
Russian Farmers in Peace and in War (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/12 1309-001
Russian Farmers in Peace and in War (Original)
1 item
undated
9/61 1309-001
Russian-Man-In-The-Street (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/13 1309-001
Russian-Man-In-The-Street (Original)
1 item
undated
9/62 1309-001
Russian People In War Time
1 item
undated
9/63 1309-001
A Russian Textile Town (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/14 1309-001
A Russian Textile Town (Original)
1 item
undated
9/64 1309-001
Russian Women in the War
4 items
undated
9/65 1309-001
Russia's "Free" and "Equal" Women (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/15 1309-001
Russia's "Free" and "Equal" Women (Original)
1 item
undated
9/66 1309-001
Russia's Share in Our War (Use Copy)
2 items
1942
34/16 1309-001
Russia's Share in Our War (Original)
2 items
1942
9/67 1309-001
Salaries for Mothers (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/17 1309-001
Salaries for Mothers (Original)
1 item
undated
9/68 1309-001
Shall Chamberlain Fool Us Again? (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/18 1309-001
Shall Chamberlain Fool Us Again? (Original)
1 item
undated
9/69 1309-001
The Significance of John Davidson Rockefeller
1 item
undated
9/70 1309-001
Sixteen Soviet Nations (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/19 1309-001
Sixteen Soviet Nations (Original)
1 item
undated
10/1 1309-001
Social Work Under the Soviets
1 item
undated
10/2 1309-001
Some Memories of These Forty Years
2 items
undated
10/3 1309-001
Soviet Constitution (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/20 1309-001
Soviet Constitution (Original)
1 item
undated
10/4 1309-001
Soviet "Dictatorship" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/21 1309-001
Soviet "Dictatorship" (Original)
1 item
undated
10/5 1309-001
Soviet Far East Prepared for "Peoples War"
1 item
undated
10/6 1309-001
Soviet Far Eastern General Describes War Situation in East
1 item
1934
10/7 1309-001
Soviet-German Relations (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/22 1309-001
Soviet-German Relations (Original)
1 item
undated
10/8 1309-001
Soviet-Nazi Pact Threatens London City With Peace (Use Copy)
1 item
1939
34/23 1309-001
Soviet-Nazi Pact Threatens London City With Peace (Original)
1 item
1939
10/9 1309-001
Soviet People in War (Use Copy)
2 items
1942
34/24 1309-001
Soviet People in War (Original)
2 items
1942
10/10 1309-001
The Soviet Peoples' "Total Defense" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/25 1309-001
The Soviet Peoples' "Total Defense" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
10/11 1309-001
Soviet Rulers on Vacation (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
34/26 1309-001
Soviet Rulers on Vacation (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
10/12 1309-001
Soviet Russia Celebrates "The 20th Anniversary" (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/27 1309-001
Soviet Russia Celebrates "The 20th Anniversary" (Original)
1 item
undated
10/13 1309-001
Soviet Troops Bring New Regime to East Poland (Use Copy)
2 items
1939
34/28 1309-001
Soviet Troops Bring New Regime to East Poland (Original)
2 items
1939
10/14 1309-001
Soviet Break Records in Spring Sowing (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/29 1309-001
Soviet Break Records in Spring Sowing (Original)
1 item
undated
10/15 1309-001
Soviets Expected It (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/30 1309-001
Soviets Expected It (Original)
1 item
undated
10/16 1309-001
The Soviets Have a Million Lives (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/31 1309-001
The Soviets Have a Million Lives (Original)
1 item
undated
10/17 1309-001
Soviets Win Against Drouth; Record Crop Loans (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/32 1309-001
Soviets Win Against Drouth; Record Crop Loans (Original)
1 item
undated
10/18 1309-001
Soviet Women in Peace and War (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/33 1309-001
Soviet Women in Peace and War (Original)
1 item
undated
10/19 1309-001
The Spirit of Yamato (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/34 1309-001
The Spirit of Yamato (Original)
1 item
undated
10/20 1309-001
Stalin Analyses World Situation for Party Congress
1 item
undated
10/21 1309-001
Stalin's Recipe for Leadership (Use Copy)
1 item
1934
34/35 1309-001
Stalin's Recipe for Leadership (Original)
1 item
1934
10/22 1309-001
Strange Visitors (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/36 1309-001
Strange Visitors (Original)
1 item
undated
10/23 1309-001
Strategy of "People's War" Winning in Russia (Use Copy)
3 items
undated
34/37 1309-001
Strategy of "People's War" Winning in Russia (Original)
3 items
undated
10/24 1309-001
Those Kalmchuk -- A Story of What Men Die For (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/38 1309-001
Those Kalmchuk -- A Story of What Men Die For (Original)
1 item
undated
10/25 1309-001
The Thought of Mao Tze-Tung (Use Copy)
3 items
undated
34/39 1309-001
The Thought of Mao Tze-Tung (Original)
3 items
undated
10/26 1309-001
Three Months Impression of Moscow (Use Copy)
1 item
1940
34/40 1309-001
Three Months Impression of Moscow (Original)
1 item
1940
10/27 1309-001
Tolstoy's Message (Use Copy)
1 item
1906
34/41 1309-001
Tolstoy's Message (Original)
1 item
1906
10/28 1309-001
Tower of Strength (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/42 1309-001
Tower of Strength (Original)
1 item
undated
10/29 1309-001
Training a Million Boys A Year (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/43 1309-001
Training a Million Boys A Year (Original)
1 item
undated
10/30-31 1309-001
Trial of the I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World)
1 item
undated
10/32 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/44 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Original)
1 item
undated
10/33 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World)
3 items
undated
10/34 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Use Copy)
circa 1910s
34/45 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Original)
circa 1910s
10/35 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Use Copy)
5 items
undated
34/46 1309-001
(On The) Trial of The I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) (Original)
5 items
undated
10/36 1309-001
Twelve Years of Life In Moscow (title page only) (Use Copy)
undated
134/47 1309-001
Twelve Years of Life In Moscow (title page only) (Original)
undated
10/37 1309-001
The Two Red War Chiefs (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/48 1309-001
The Two Red War Chiefs (Original)
1 item
undated
10/38 1309-001
Ukraine In War (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/49 1309-001
Ukraine In War (Original)
1 item
undated
10/39 1309-001
U.S.S.R. in Battle for the Pacific (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
34/50 1309-001
U.S.S.R. in Battle for the Pacific (Original)
2 items
undated
10/40 1309-001
From U.S.S.R. in Construction (Use Copy)
1 item
1937
34/51 1309-001
From U.S.S.R. in Construction (Original)
1 item
1937
10/41 1309-001
Uzbekistan (Use Copy)
5 items
undated
34/52 1309-001
Uzbekistan (Original)
5 items
undated
11/1 1309-001
Vranich Peasants Survive Double Barreled Oppression (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/53 1309-001
Vranich Peasants Survive Double Barreled Oppression (Original)
1 item
undated
11/2 1309-001
War In The Far East Would Mean World War
2 items
circa 1934
11/3 1309-001
Were You Ever A Dictator? (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
34/54 1309-001
Were You Ever A Dictator? (Original)
2 items
undated
11/4 1309-001
We Soviet Wives
1 item
undated
11/5 1309-001
Western Farms
1 item
undated
11/6 1309-001
What Does Moscow Want?
1 item
undated
11/7 1309-001
What Moscow Wants (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/55 1309-001
What Moscow Wants (Original)
1 item
undated
11/8 1309-001
What Slovenes Think of Trieste
1 item
1946
11/9 1309-001
When Will Soviets Join Far Eastern War?
1 item
undated
11/10 1309-001
Why Finland is the Eastern Front (Use Copy)
2 items
1939
34/56 1309-001
Why Finland is the Eastern Front (Original)
2 items
1939
11/11 1309-001
Why Germany is Strong (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/57 1309-001
Why Germany is Strong (Original)
1 item
undated
11/12 1309-001
Why Hull Backs Chamberlain (Use Copy)
1 item
1938
34/58 1309-001
Why Hull Backs Chamberlain (Original)
1 item
1938
11/13 1309-001
Why Russia Will Keep the Baltic States (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/59 1309-001
Why Russia Will Keep the Baltic States (Original)
1 item
undated
11/14 1309-001
Wild River
2 items
undated
11/15 1309-001
Will Japan Attack Siberia in Spring (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/60 1309-001
Will Japan Attack Siberia in Spring (Original)
1 item
undated
11/16 1309-001
The Winter War
1 item
1942
11/17 1309-001
Women Run Farms in Region South of Moscow (Use Copy)
2 items
1934
34/61 1309-001
Women Run Farms in Region South of Moscow (Original)
2 items
1934
11/18 1309-001
The Workers Festival (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/62 1309-001
The Workers Festival (Original)
1 item
undated
11/19 1309-001
The World Lines Up (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/63 1309-001
The World Lines Up (Original)
1 item
undated
11/20 1309-001
The World's New West (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/64 1309-001
The World's New West (Original)
1 item
undated
11/21 1309-001
Worlds - Crazy and Sane (Alma Ata) (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/65 1309-001
Worlds - Crazy and Sane (Alma Ata) (Original)
1 item
undated
11/22 1309-001
The Year of The Great "Break-Over" In Russia (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
34/66 1309-001
The Year of The Great "Break-Over" In Russia (Original
2 items
undated
11/23 1309-001
Yugoslavia article (incomplete) (Use Copy)
1 item
1945
34/67 1309-001
Yugoslavia article (incomplete) (Original)
1 item
1945
11/24 1309-001
Zawadzki - Coal Miner Becomes Governor (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
34/68 1309-001
Zawadzki - Coal Miner Becomes Governor (Original)
1 item
undated
11/25 1309-001
Fragment
1 item
undated
11/26 1309-001
Compilation (Use Copy)
Scope and Content: Includes essays, plays
1905-1911
34/69 1309-001
Compilation (Original)
Scope and Content: Includes essays, plays
1905-1911
11/27 1309-001
Compilation (Use Copy)
Scope and Content: Includes poems, essays
1905-1911
34/70 1309-001
Compilation (Original)
Scope and Content: Includes poems, essays
1905-1911
11/28 1309-001
Compilation (Use Copy)
Scope and Content: Includes story, essays
1905-1911
35/1 1309-001
Compilation (Original)
Scope and Content: Includes story, essays
1905-1911
11/29 1309-001
Compilation (Use Copy)
Scope and Content: Includes essays, letter
1905-1911
35/2 1309-001
Compilation (Original)
Scope and Content: Includes essays, letter
1905-1911
11/30 1309-001
Shall the Rich Be Disfranchised?
1 volume
Scope and Content: Includes essays, poetry, collected articles, compiled letters.
1922-1923
11/31 1309-001
Play: An Elopement (Use Copy)
1 item
1899
35/3 1309-001
Play: An Elopement (Original)
1 item
1899
11/32 1309-001
Untitled articles
3 items
1944, circa 1950s
11/33 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
4 items
undated
35/4 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
4 items
undated
11/34 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
1 item
1942
35/5 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
1 item
1942
11/35 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
2 items
1941
35/6 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
2 items
1941
11/36 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
10 items
1934, 1946, 1957, undated
35/7 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
10 items
1934, 1946, 1957, undated
11/37 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
1 item
1935-1939
35/8 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
1 item
1935-1939
11/38 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
2 items
1945
35/9 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
2 items
1945
11/39 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
5 items
undated
35/10 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
5 items
undated
12/1 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
4 items
1941
35/11 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
4 items
1941
12/2 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
5 items
1941-1944
35/12 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
5 items
1941-1944
12/3 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
9 items
1938-1940
35/13 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
9 items
1938-1940
12/4 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
35/14 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
1 item
undated
12/5 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
35/15 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
1 item
undated
12/6 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
35/16 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
1 item
undated
12/7 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
3 items
1942
12/8 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
7 items
1938
35/17 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
7 items
1938
12/9 1309-001
Untitled articles (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
35/18 1309-001
Untitled articles (Original)
2 items
undated
12/10 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
35/19 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
2 items
undated
12/11 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
2 items
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35/20 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
2 items
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12/12 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
3 items
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35/21 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
3 items
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12/13 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
1 item
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35/22 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
1 item
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12/14 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
2 items
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35/23 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
2 items
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12/15 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2 (Use Copy)
3 items
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35/24 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2 (Original)
3 items
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12/16 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Use Copy)
1 item
undated
35/25 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #1 (Original)
1 item
undated
12/17 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2
2 items
1949
12/18 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2
6 items
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12/19 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2
1 item
1931
12/20 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2
2 items
undated
12/21 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript #2
2 items
undated
12/22 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript
1 volume
1923
12/23 1309-001
Untitled Manuscript
1 volume
1922
Books and manuscripts
Box/Folder Accession
12/24 1309-001
The First Time in History (manuscript)
1 volume
undated
13/1 1309-001
Journey in Postwar Yugoslavia (manuscript) (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
35/26 1309-001
Journey in Postwar Yugoslavia (manuscript) (Original)
1 volume
undated
13/2 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
3 items, titles, chapter 1, chapter 2
undated
35/27 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
3 items, titles, chapter 1, chapter 2
undated
13/3 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript)
2 items, chapter 3, chapter 4
undated
13/4 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript)
2 items, chapter 5, chapter 6
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13/5 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript)
2 items, chapter 7, chapter 8
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13/6 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript)
2 items, chapter 9, chapter 10
undated
13/7 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript)
3 items, chapter 11, chapter 12, chapter 13
undated
13/8 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
35/28 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
2 items
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13/9 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
4 items
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35/29 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
4 items
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13/10 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
3 items
undated
35/30 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
3 items
undated
13/11 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
35/31 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
2 items
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13/12 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Use Copy)
2 items
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35/32 1309-001
Road to the Grey Pamir (manuscript) (Original)
2 items
undated
13/13 1309-001
Scorched Earth (manuscript)
1 volume
undated
13/14 1309-001
The Second Coming (manuscript)
1 volume
undated
13/15 1309-001
School Work
1 volume
1893-1896
14/1 1309-001
School Work
1 volume
1893-1896
14/2 1309-001
English Class Work
10 items
circa 1893-1898
14/3 1309-001
English Class Work
12 items
circa 1893-1898
14/4 1309-001
English Class Work (Use Copy)
17 volumes
circa 1893-1898
35/33 1309-001
English Class Work (Original)
17 volumes
circa 1893-1898
14/5 1309-001
English Themes (Use Copy)
12 bounds
undated
36/1 1309-001
English Themes (Original)
12 bounds
undated
14/6 1309-001
English Themes (Use Copy)
13 bounds
undated
36/2 1309-001
English Themes (Original)
13 bounds
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Poetry
Box/Folder Accession
14/7 1309-001
Poems
2 bounds
1895
14/8 1309-001
Poems
1 bound
1898
14/9 1309-001
Poems
1 volume
1898-1905
15/1 1309-001
Poems
1 volume
1901
15/2 1309-001
Poems
1 volume
1904-1908
15/3 1309-001
"The Storm" (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
36/3 1309-001
"The Storm" (Original)
1 volume
undated
15/4 1309-001
Poems (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
36/4 1309-001
Poems (Original)
1 volume
undated
15/5 1309-001
Miscellany (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
36/5 1309-001
Miscellany (Original)
1 volume
undated
15/6 1309-001
Early Poetry (Use Copy)
undated
36/6 1309-001
Early Poetry (Original)
undated
15/7 1309-001
Early Poetry (Use Copy)
undated
36/7 1309-001
Early Poetry (Original)
undated
15/8 1309-001
"Ragged Verse" (Use Copy)
Scope and Content: Carbon copy of a typed copy, 1935, sent by her father to Reverend Fred Shorter for publication by his Church of the People.
1918-1921
36/8 1309-001
"Ragged Verse" (Original)
Scope and Content: Carbon copy of a typed copy, 1935, sent by her father to Reverend Fred Shorter for publication by his Church of the People.
1918-1921
15/9 1309-001
"Ragged Verse" (Use Copy)
1 volume
Scope and Content: Carbon copy of a typed copy, 1935, sent by her father to Reverend Fred Shorter for publication by his Church of the People.
1918-1921
15/10 1309-001
Scrapbooks of clippings of the verses that appeared in Seattle Union Record
1 volume
1919
16/1 1309-001
Scrapbooks of clippings of the verses that appeared in Seattle Union Record
1 volume
1921
Notes
Digital Content/Other Formats: Available on microfilm. See Accession No. 1309-002.
Box/Folder Accession
16/2 1309-001
Poland (Use Copy)
8 items
1939-1941
36/9 1309-001
Poland (Original)
8 items
1939-1941
16/3 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Use Copy)
4 items
undated
36/10 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Original)
4 items
undated
16/4 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Use Copy)
2 items
undated
36/11 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Original)
2 items
undated
16/5 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Use Copy)
7 items
undated
36/12 1309-001
Russia during World War II (Original)
7 items
undated
Series 6: Notebooks
Box Accession
17/1-7 1309-001
California Migrant Workers and Unionization
7 volumes
circa 1938-1939
17/8 1309-001
Minnesota Farm Workers
1 volume
circa 1938
17/9-11 1309-001
General Motors strike
3 volumes
1937
17/12 1309-001
Harlan County, Kentucky (also Minnesota)
1 volume
circa 1937
17/13 1309-001
North Carolina
1 volume
circa 1934
17/14-23 1309-001
China
10 volumes
circa 1938-1939
17/24 1309-001
Japan
1 volume
circa 1938
17/25-31 1309-001
Spanish Civil War
7 volumes
circa 1936
17/32 1309-001
Soviet Union
1 volume
circa 1936
17/33 1309-001
Co-ops and Washington State Relief Agency
1 volume
circa 1934
17/34 1309-001
Account Book
1 volume
undated
17/35 1309-001
Miscellaneous notes
1 volume
undated
Series 7: Diaries
Digital Content/Other Formats: Available on microfilm. See Accession No. 1309-002.
Box/Folder Accession
18/1 1309-001
1896 July-September and 1899 June-September (typed)
3 volumes
1896 July-September; 1899 June-September
18/2 1309-001
1896 July-September (original)
1 item
1896 July-September
18/3 1309-001
1896 July-September (original)
1 item
1896 July-September
18/4 1309-001
1899
1 item
Scope and Content: Partly clippings of her "American Girl Abroad."
1899
18/5 1309-001
Loose clippings and memorabilia from 1899 diary
1899
18/6 1309-001
1902-1905
1 item
1902-1905
18/7 1309-001
1906-1907
1 item
1906-1907
18/8 1309-001
1907-1908
1 item
1907-1908
Box Accession
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Series 8: Photographs
Scope and Content: Personal, family, mountaineering, Russia, China. Russian photos are mainly regarding "Road to Grey Pamir."
undated
Series 9: Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
20/12 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Use Copy)
undated
36/13 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Original)
undated
20/13 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Use Copy)
undated
36/14 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Original)
undated
20/14 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Use Copy)
undated
36/15 1309-001
Book reviews and lectures (Original)
undated
20/15 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
undated
36/16 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
undated
20/16 1309-001
Stories and Articles from "The Advance" (Use Copy)
undated
36/17 1309-001
Stories and Articles from "The Advance" (Original)
undated
20/17 1309-001
"Advance" (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
36/18 1309-001
"Advance" (Original)
1 volume
undated
20/18 1309-001
Clippings (Use Copy)
1 volume
1916
36/19 1309-001
Clippings (Original)
1 volume
1916
20/19 1309-001
Scrapbook of "Anise" Writings (Use Copy)
1 volume
undated
29/1 1309-001
Scrapbook of "Anise" Writings (Original)
1 volume
undated
Box
20/20 1309-001
Famine (Use Copy)
1921
29/2 1309-001
Famine (Original)
1921
20/21 1309-001
I Saw the New Poland (Use Copy)
undated
29/3 1309-001
I Saw the New Poland (Original)
undated
20/22 1309-001
Labor Movement and Strikes (Use Copy)
undated
29/4 1309-001
Labor Movement and Strikes (Original)
undated
20/23 1309-001
Clippings from Moscow News (Use Copy)
1931
29/5 1309-001
Clippings from Moscow News (Original)
1931
20/24 1309-001
Moscow Daily News (Use Copy)
1933
29/6 1309-001
Moscow Daily News (Original)
1933
20/25 1309-001
Clippings from Moscow News (Use Copy)
1931-1937
29/7 1309-001
Clippings from Moscow News (Original)
1931-1937
20/26 1309-001
Seattle Newspapers (Use Copy)
1919
29/8 1309-001
Seattle Newspapers (Original)
1919
20/27 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Use Copy)
undated
29/9 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Original)
undated
20/28 1309-001
Russia, Germany, Poland (Use Copy)
1921-1926
29/10 1309-001
Russia, Germany, Poland (Original)
1921-1926
20/29 1309-001
Seattle Union Record (Use Copy)
1918-1920
29/11 1309-001
Seattle Union Record (Original)
1918-1920
20/30 1309-001
Russia, China, Seattle, miscellanous (Use Copy)
1919-1941
29/12 1309-001
Russia, China, Seattle, miscellanous (Original)
1919-1941
21/1 1309-001
On Anna Louise Strong (Use Copy)
1949
29/13 1309-001
On Anna Louise Strong (Original)
1949
21/2 1309-001
Miscellanous (Part 1 of 2) (Use Copy)
undated
29/14 1309-001
Miscellanous (Part 1 of 2) (Original)
undated
21/3 1309-001
Miscellanous (Part 2 of 2) (Use Copy)
undated
30/1 1309-001
Miscellanous (Part 2 of 2) (Original)
undated
21/4 1309-001
Seattle War Cases (Use Copy)
circa 1917
30/2 1309-001
Seattle War Cases (Original)
circa 1917
21/5 1309-001
Russia (Use Copy)
1924-1930
30/3 1309-001
Russia (Original)
1924-1930
Series 10: Printed Materials
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
21/6 1309-001
Leaflets, broadsides, etc. by or about Anna Louise Strong (Use Copy)
undated
30/4 1309-001
Leaflets, broadsides, etc. by or about Anna Louise Strong (Original)
undated
21/7 1309-001
Miscellaneous periodicals and reprints (Use Copy)
1907-1957
30/5 1309-001
Miscellaneous periodicals and reprints (Original)
1907-1957
21/8 1309-001
Haldeman-Julius Monthly (Use Copy)
1 volume
July 1925
30/6 1309-001
Haldeman-Julius Monthly (Original)
1 volume
July 1925
Box Accession
26 1309-001
Books (Annotated)
30 items
Series 11: Other Materials
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22/1 1309-001
Painting by Chi Pai-Shih - Morning Glory
undated
22/2 1309-001
Notebook
undated
22/3 1309-001
Montreal Child Welfare Exhibition Folder
1912
23/1 1309-001
Woodcut and pressed plants
undated
23/2 1309-001
Sashes
undated
23/3 1309-001
Cloth tapestry
1882
26 1309-001
Diplomas and certificate
4 items
undated
item
Series 12
Sydney Dix Strong Papers
Box/Folder Accession
24/1 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
4 items
1885-1898
30/7 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
4 items
1885-1898
24/2 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
4 items
1902-1904
30/8 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
4 items
1902-1904
24/3 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
16 items
1905-1915
30/9 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
16 items
1905-1915
24/4 1309-001
General correspondence: American Union Against Militarism (Use Copy)
10 items
1916-1917
30/10 1309-001
General correspondence: American Union Against Militarism (Original)
10 items
1916-1917
24/5 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
30 items
1917-1924
30/11 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
30 items
1917-1924
24/6 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
10 items
1925-1926
30/12 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
10 items
1925-1926
24/7 1309-001
General correspondence
4 items
1928-1929
24/8 1309-001
General correspondence
5 items
1927
24/9 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
11 items
1930
30/13 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
11 items
1930
24/10 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
11 items
1932-1935
30/14 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
11 items
1932-1935
24/11 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
10 items
1936 January-October
30/15 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
10 items
1936 January-October
24/12 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
9 items
1936 November-December
30/16 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
9 items
1936 November-December
24/13 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
10 items
1937
30/17 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
10 items
1937
24/14 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
5 items
1938
30/18 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
5 items
1938
24/15 1309-001
General correspondence (Use Copy)
10 items
undated
30/19 1309-001
General correspondence (Original)
10 items
undated
Speeches and writings
Box/Folder Accession
24/16 1309-001
Trip through Germany (Use Copy)
21 items
1923
30/20 1309-001
Trip through Germany (Original)
21 items
1923
24/17 1309-001
Trip through Russia (Use Copy)
16 items
1923
30/21 1309-001
Trip through Russia (Original)
16 items
1923
24/18 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Original)
8 items
1917-1923
30/22 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Use Copy)
8 items
1917-1923
24/19 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Use Copy)
10 items
undated
30/23 1309-001
Miscellaneous (Original)
10 items
undated
24/20 1309-001
"Writings at Geneva"
2 volumes
November 1931- September 1932
24/21 1309-001
"Writings at Geneva"
2 volumes
September 1932 - July 1933
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
24/22 1309-001
Pamphlets, leaflets, reprints, lists (Use Copy)
18 items
undated
30/24 1309-001
Pamphlets, leaflets, reprints, lists (Original)
18 items
undated
24/23 1309-001
Addresses (Use Copy)
undated
30/25 1309-001
Addresses (Original)
undated
Series 13: Duplicates
box:oversize Accession
25/1 1309-001
Pamphlets
1939-1941
25/2 1309-001
"Know Your City", Child Welfare
1910-1930
25/3 1309-001
Writings (Use Copy)
1930-1950
30/26 1309-001
Writings (Original)
1930-1950
25/4 1309-001
Miscellany (Use Copy)
undated
30/27 1309-001
Miscellany (Original)
undated
25/5 1309-001
Writings (Use Copy)
undated
30/28 1309-001
Writings (Originals)
undated
25/6 1309-001
Haldeman-Julius Monthly
1 item
July 1925
25/7 1309-001
Writings
undated
25/8 1309-001
Pamphlets/Ephemera
undated
25/9 1309-001
Writings
1927-1928
25/10 1309-001
Pamphlets
undated
Series 14: Full Newspapers
box:oversize Accession
26/1 1309-001
Book Reviews and Lectures, The Daily Compass
1929-1950
26/2 1309-001
Labor Movement and Strikes
1919-1921
26/3 1309-001
Moscow News
1931
27/1 1309-001
Moscow Daily News
1933
27/2 1309-001
Moscow Daily News
1931-1937
27/3 1309-001
Seattle Newspapers
1917-1919
28/1 1309-001
Seattle Union Record
1918-1920
28/2 1309-001
Russia, China, Seattle, Miscellanous
1919-1941
28/3 1309-001
Clippings
1917, 1924-1930
28/4 1309-001
Ephemera: Miscellanous, Clippings: On Anna Louise Strong
1907-1957, 1949

Accession No. 1309-002: Anna Louise Strong microfilm, 1896-1957Return to Top

1.68 cubic feet (7 positive microfilm reels (35mm) and 7 negative microfilm reels (35mm) )

Scope and Content: Microfilm of selected documents from Accession No. 3509-001. Includes: correspondence (1897-1957); notes and diaries (1896-1908).

Also included are subject series regarding: Exiles from Baltic States and U.S.S. Manhattan; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) Trial and Everett Massacre; John Reed Colony; Moscow Spy Charges; Recall from Seattle School Board; Russian Famine Relief and the Seattle School Board Election (1916).

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Filmed from originals in UW Libraries, November 29, 1971.

Accession No. 1309-016: Anna Louise Strong letters, 1955, 1960Return to Top

1 vertical file (21 pages)

Scope and Content: Nine letters written by Strong and one letter from Lement Harris to Strong concerning her attempts to publish China's Communes and her observations of China. Includes 10 items (21 pages).

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Lement Harris on April 1, 1983

Accession No. 1309-017: Anna Louise Strong papers, 1961, undatedReturn to Top

1 vertical file containing 36 b/w prints, 7 negative strips, copy negatives, and textual material

Scope and Content: Reminiscence (7 pages), 1961; 36 black and white photographic prints and identifying list, 7 photographic negative strips, 6 black and white negatives of newspaper headlines. These are copies of items in the Beijing Library.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Some restrictions exist on copying, quotation or publication. Contact Special Collections for details.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Lucy Ostrander, April 18, 1984.

Accession No. 1309-018: Anna Louise Strong papers, 1904-1970 (bulk 1960-1970)Return to Top

.42 cubic feet (1 box)
Arrangement: Arranged by type of record.

Scope and Content: Correspondence, writings, photographs, publications, clippings; 1904-1970 (bulk 1960-1970)

Correspondence is between Anna Louise and family members while she lived in China. Much of it concerns her property in the United States.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Custodial History: Files were accumulated by the Strong family.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Tracy Strong, Jr., November 14, 1985.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 1309-018
General Correspondence
4 folders
1960-1970
1 1309-018
Christmas cards from China
1965-1966, undated
1 1309-018
Obituaries and articles on Strong
1970
1 1309-018
Household inventories
1961, undated
1 1309-018
Photographs
1963, 1970
1 1309-018
Lists of books by Strong and others
undated
1 1309-018
Clippings about Strong
1966-1970
1 1309-018
"Letter from China"
1962-1968
1 1309-018
Publications
1904-1950
1 1309-018
Poems
undated

Accession No. 1309-019: Anna Louise Strong letters, 1968-1969Return to Top

1 vertical file
4 pages

Scope and Content: Letters to Students for a Democratic Society, 1968-1969, concerning current student movements and her donations to SDS. The SDS official who responded to Strong is Michael Klonsky, then national secretary of SDS; 1968-1969.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Michael Klonsky, November 18, 2003.

Accession No. 1309-020: Anna Louise Strong papers, 1906, 1918Return to Top

0.42 cubic feet (1 box)

Scope and Content: Book ( Thought and Things: A Study of the Development and Meaning of things; or Genetic Logic Vol. I, Functional Logic, by James Mark Baldwin (MacMillan Co.; 1906), with notes and items belonging to Anna Louise Strong, and a scrapbook primarily relating to Strong's recall from the Seattle School Board, presumably created by her.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Eric Shutt, January 25, 2010.

Accession No. 1444-001: Anna Louise Strong papers, 1907-1971 (bulk 1927-1964)Return to Top

ca. 4 cubic feet (11 boxes, 1 oversize package, 1 tube)
Arrangement: Arranged in 4 series:
  • Correspondence
  • Writings and publications
  • Other materials
  • China files

Scope and Content: Correspondence, writings, clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, financial records, notes, tape recording. Accession includes many articles about China.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Merger of eight accessions, nos. 1288, 1295, 1336, 1444, 1490, 1657, 1309-014 and 1309-015, received between 1969 and 1977. All were donated by the Strong family, represented by Tracy Strong, Jr., nephew of Anna Louise Strong.

Custodial History: Most of this material had been stored with Stephen H. Fritchman at the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles. Among these papers are correspondence and writings which Anna Louise produced and accumulated in China in the 1940s and which are referred to as the "China File." The "China File" (the donors' designation) was first opened for research in August 1985. Other writings about China may be found in the main body of this accession.

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 1444-001
Allied Labor News
undated
1/1 1444-001
Christian Center
1953
1/1 1444-001
Fritchman, Frances P.
1969
1/1 1444-001
Gudbrandson, Nels
1958
1/1 1444-001
Herrick, Robert
2 items
1929
1/1 1444-001
Honolulu Star-Bulletin
1946
1/1 1444-001
Koshink, Ruth
1956
1/1 1444-001
Phillips, Andrew P.
1952
1/1 1444-001
Robins, Raymond
1938
1/1 1444-001
Sherry, F. A.
1956
1/1 1444-001
Vickland, Clarence M.
Includes 1 enclosure
1956
1/1 1444-001
Williams, Evan Robert
1952
1/1 1444-001
Woldwas, Marian Warner
1907
1/1 1444-001
"Bill"
1941
1/1 1444-001
Unidentified
1952?
Incoming letters concerning:
Box/Folder Accession
½ 1444-001
Passport Controversy
8 items
1958
1/3 1444-001
Stalin Era
104 items
1958
Box/Folder Accession
1/4 1444-001
Incoming letters - mass mailings
1958
1/5 1444-001
Outgoing letters
8 items
1946, 1955, undated
General correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/6 1444-001
Hille, Waldemar
2 items
1961
1/7-8 1444-001
Tanner, Anne R.
83 pages
1960-1961
Writings and publications
Articles by Anna Louise Strong
Box/Folder Accession
1/9 1444-001
List of China Articles (partial)
1946
1/10 1444-001
"Letters from China"
2 copies
1927 May 18
1/11 1444-001
"Letters from China"
2 copies
1927 May 25
1/12 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 May 26
1/13 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 May 29
1/14 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 May 26
1/15 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 June 5
1/16 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 June 14
1/17 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927 June 17
1/18 1444-001
"Five Churches in Shanghai"
2 copies
1927 May 22
1/19 1444-001
"Miss Soumay Tcheng, Rebel Girl Becomes President of Judges or Chinese Woman Rules Shanghai District Court"
1927 May 29
½0 1444-001
"Die Maechte in Hankau"
1927 May
½1 1444-001
"American Woman Tours Native City of Hankow; Visits Mrs. Sun Yat Sen and Nationalist Arsenal"
1927 June 5
½2 1444-001
"'Not Afraid of Communists' says Sun Fo-Son or Dr. Sun Yat Sen Explains Nationalist Organization and Policies"
1927 June 6
½3 1444-001
"Our Life On the Military Train - Going North with the Nationalists"
1927 June 6
½4 1444-001
"Military Zone, Swarms of Soldiers, Salutes and Broken Bridges"
1927 June 7
½5 1444-001
"Generals of All Kinds Meet and Confer in Chengchow"
1927 June 9
½6 1444-001
"Feng Arrives in Central China After 3000 Mile Trek"
1927 June 10
½7 1444-001
"A Chinese City at the Junction of War"
1927 June 10
½8 1444-001
"Teaching Politics to the Chinese Army"
1927 June 11
½9 1444-001
"Speediest Chinese Conference Ends in Complete Agreement"
1927 June 13
1/30 1444-001
"Where Yale-In-China Is, Letter I and II"
1927 July 14
1/31 1444-001
"End of Chinese Revolution"
2 copies
1927 July 19
1/32-33 1444-001
"Through the Heart of Hunan"
2 copies of 5 articles
Scope and Content: Drafts of articles included in "Through the Heart of Hunan"
1927 July 19-21
1/34 1444-001
"Social Revolution Collapses in Hunan"
1927 July 19
1/35 1444-001
"Chinese Riots Show Odd Aspects of Politeness"
1927 July 20
1/36 1444-001
"Wild Tales Stir Chinese Country-side"
1927 July 20
1/37 1444-001
"Bobbed Hair leads to Liberty or Death"
1927 July 21
1/38 1444-001
"Red Peasants of Hunan Cornered Rice, Started School, Killed Landlords"
1927 July 21
1/39 1444-001
"With Borodin to Chengchow"
4 articles
1927 July 31
1/40 1444-001
"China's Militarists Bore from Within"
1927 July
1/41 1444-001
"Chinese Mission Girls Leave School Rooms for Revolution"
1927 July
1/42 1444-001
"Martyrs for Women's Rights in China"
1927 July
1/43 1444-001
"Through the Heart of Hunan, Changsha"
1927 July
1/44 1444-001
"In the Train of Borodin, High Advisor, Going Out the Back-Door of China to Russia"
5 articles
1927 August 1
1/45 1444-001
"Across the Gobi with Borodin" with rejection letter
1927 Summer
1/46 1444-001
"Chinese Revolutionary Women"
1927 Summer
1/47 1444-001
"Men of Unrest in China (some Chinese Revolutionary Worker) "
1927 Summer
1/48 1444-001
"The Militarists 'Restore Order' in Hunan"
1927 Summer
1/49 1444-001
"The Peasants Awaken in China"
1927 Summer
1/50 1444-001
"Pastor Wulf Survives where the Chinese Revolution was Reddest"
Draft and final copy
1927 Summer
1/51 1444-001
"The Polite Revolution of Siangsiang"
2 copies
1927 Summer
2/1 1444-001
"The Red Peasants of Hunan"
draft and final copy
1927 Summer
2/2 1444-001
"The Revolutionary Peasants of China"
1927 Summer
2/3 1444-001
"Revolutionary Workers of China"
1927 Summer
2/4 1444-001
"Three Revolutionary Workers of China"
1927 Summer
2/5 1444-001
"Through Northwest China with Borodin"
1927 Summer
2/6 1444-001
"What They Say in China About America," and "Will America pull Japan's Chestnuts Out?"
1927?
2/7 1444-001
Three articles about Tsintsaichin
1946 June, August
2/8 1444-001
"Will China Civil War Release Japan?"
1941 December 20
2/9 1444-001
"Battle of Hundred Regiments"
1941 December 20
2/10 1444-001
"Battle of Hundred Regiments" (Different version from preceding)
1941 December 25
2/11 1444-001
"Danger Signs in Chinas War"
1941
2/12 1444-001
"Russians Don't Help Chinese Communists - Blockade Them"
1946 July 5
2/13 1444-001
"Chiang Loses Manchuria to Manchurian Farmers"
1946 July 5
2/14 1444-001
"'America' Becomes a Name to Frighten Children"
1946 July 5
2/15 1444-001
"China's Workers Fight Hydra Headed Enemy"
1946 July 21
2/16 1444-001
"Shanghai Strikes Outlawed but Still Go On"
1946 July 21
2/17 1444-001
"Shanghai Workers Demand Peace: 'US Army Go Home'"
1946 July 21
2/18 1444-001
"China Set-up"
1946 July 25
2/17 1444-001
"China Set-up" (Different Version of preceding article)
1946 July 25
2/20 1444-001
"Orgy of Speculation"
draft & final copy
1946 July 25
2/21 1444-001
"United States Armed Forces in China"
2 copies
1946 July 30
2/22 1444-001
"Chiang's Maneuvers Make Marshall Lose Face"
draft & final copy
1946 August 6
2/23 1444-001
"Civil War Spreads in China"
1946 August 10
2/24 1444-001
"American Marines Involved in Incidents in China"
1946 August 10
2/25 1444-001
"Chinese Communist Capital Rural and Primitive"
1946 August 11
2/26 1444-001
"Chu The says Chiang Cannot Win Chinese War"
draft and final copy
1946 August 11
2/27 1444-001
"Chinese Workers Cable Murray, Beg Stop Civil War in China"
1946 August 11
2/28 1444-001
"Death is Mao's Reward for Improving a Province"
1946 August 21
2/29 1444-001
"Communists Prepare for Extended Civil War"
1946 August 21
2/30 1444-001
"Russ-American War Talk Only Smokescreen... Says Mao Tse-tung"
1946 August 21
2/31 1444-001
"Catholic Church Used as Torture Place in Chinese Turkestan"
1946 August 21
2/32 1444-001
"Chung King Labor Unions Suppressed by Police"
1946 August 22
2/33 1444-001
"Chinese Students Barred from World Congress"
1946 August 26
2/34 1444-001
"War Notes"
1946 September 1
2/35 1444-001
"Battles in Eight Provinces"
1946 September 1
2/36 1444-001
"Floods are Weapons in China's Civil War"
draft and final copy
1946 September 7
2/37 1444-001
"China Battles Bigger Uncle 'Peace Agreements'"
1946 September 12
2/38 1444-001
"Soap Factory Shows Amazing Gains by Labor in North China"
1946 September 18
2/39 1444-001
"North China Trade Unions Appeal to CIO to Visit Them"
1946 September 18
2/40 1444-001
"Organized Workers of Chinchachi"
1946 September 20
2/41 1444-001
"Kalgan Strips For Battle"
1946 September 18
2/42 1444-001
"Chinese Peasants 'Settle Old Accounts' with Landlords"
draft and final copy
1946 September 18
2/43 1444-001
"Truce Center and Changchun War Frontier"
draft & final copy
1946 October 4
2/44 1444-001
"Japanese Are Cleaned Out of Manchuria"
draft and final copy
1946 October 4
2/45 1444-001
"Railway Workers Operate Three Thousand Miles of Line in Liberated Area of Manchuria"
1946 October 10
2/46 1444-001
"'Communist' Harbin Goes in For Old-Fashioned Profit Sharing in Department Store"
1946 October 10
2/47 1444-001
"Communists Run 3000 Miles of Railway in Manchuria"
draft and final copy
1946 October 10
2/48 1444-001
"Russians Blockade Chinese Communists More Stubbornly Than Chiang Does"
2 copies
1946 October 11
2/49 1444-001
"'Red Beard' Bandits and 'Living Buddha' Add Picturesqueness to Manchurian War"
draft and final copy
1946 October 11
2/50 1444-001
"Manchuria Choked With Food But Freezes Naked"
draft and. final copy
1946 October 12
2/51 1444-001
"Manchuria Big Market For American Goods if American Navy Permits"
1946 October 14
2/52 1444-001
"Slum Clearance Proceeds in Harbin"
1946 October 19
2/53 1444-001
"United States Navy Casually Acquires Finest Naval Base on China Sea"
1946 October 25
2/54 1444-001
"Cross Country Through Communist China" as told to A.L.S. by Sidney Rittenberg
1946 October
2/55 1444-001
"Central China 'Labor Heroes' Appeal to CIO"
1946 November 3
2/56 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Rule Big Area from Rural Hide-out"
1946 November 4
2/57 1444-001
"Captured Chinese Now Fight on Communist Side"
2 copies
1946 November 4
2/58 1444-001
"Yenan Moves Deeper into the Hills"
1946 November 12
2/59 1444-001
"Evacuation"
1946 November 18
2/60 1444-001
"General Fan Interview"
1946 November 20
2/61 1444-001
"Chou En-lai"
1946 November 21
2/62 1444-001
"Broken Cliffs"
1946 November 25
2/63 1444-001
"Labor Heroes"
undated
2/64 1444-001
"Invasion of Yenan Will Open New Stage of China's Civil War"
1946 November 27
2/65 1444-001
"Chu The"
1946 December 3
2/66 1444-001
"Yenan Land Reform"
1946 December 5
2/67 1444-001
Regarding United Nations Assembly and Foreign Ministers' Conference
1946 December 23
2/68 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Attack 'China's Four Great Families'"
2 copies
1946 December 23
2/69 1444-001
"Chinese Farmhands Get 'Honor of Marriage'"
1947 January 7
2/70 1444-001
"Chiang Meets Spectacular Defeat in Shantung"
1947 January 14
2/71 1444-001
"Land Reform Strengthens China's Democratic Areas"
1947 January 14
2/72 1444-001
"Chinese Dispersal Tactics Might Beat Atom Bomb"
1947 January 15
2/73 1444-001
"Chiang Takes Communist Cities While Communists Take Chiang's Troops"
1947 January 15
2/74 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Captured 100 of Chiang's Generals"
1947 January 21
2/75 1444-001
"'Peace Offensive' Really Aimed at America" and "Many Chinese Communist Areas Flourish Despite War"
1947 January 25
2/76 1444-001
"Chiang Turns Yellow River Against Shantung Farmers"
1947 January 25
2/77 1444-001
"Sixty Million People Get Land in Communist Areas in China"
1947 January 28
2/78 1444-001
"Chiang Wrecks Chinese Industry For American War Supplies"
1947 January 28
2/79 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Repudiate Chiang's Treaties"
1947 February 5
2/80 1444-001
Interview with Mao Tse-tung
1947 February 12
2/81 1444-001
"China's Civil War - Its Strategies and Victories"
2 copies
1947 February
2/82 1444-001
"Chiang Turns Yellow River Against Shantung Farmers" (Different version from previously listed article)
1947
2/83 1444-001
"The Fall of Yenan"
1947
2/84 1444-001
"Six Months Civil War in Shansi"
1947
2/85 1444-001
"Five Churches in Shanghai"
undated
2/86 1444-001
"With Borodin to Chengchow On the Trip Through The Backyard of China to Russia"
undated
2/87 1444-001
"Yellow River as Weapon"
undated
2/88 1444-001
"Yen 'Model Governor, ' Thanks Japanese for Unifying China"
undated
2/89 1444-001
Fragment
undated
Other writings by Anna Louis Strong
Box/Folder Accession
3/1-3 1444-001
"The Judgement Seat" - Scenario by A. L. Strong and Edgar Snow
Scope and Content: Various versions and drafts.
circa 1941
3/4 1444-001
Speech: "I Saw the North Koreans"
2 copies
1950 July
Songs
Box/Folder Accession
3/5 1444-001
Lyrics
14 items
undated
3/6 1444-001
Words and music
2 items
undated
3/7 1444-001
Published
3 items
undated
Writings of others
Box/Folder Accession
3/8 1444-001
"Communists of the Central Plains" (Rittenberg?)
1946 July-November
3/9 1444-001
Unidentified regarding Shansi
undated
Notes
Box/Folder Accession
3/10 1444-001
Regarding Study Program (unidentified author)
51 pages
circa 1951-1953
3/11 1444-001
Unidentified
9 pages
undated
Author's proofs
Box/Folder Accession
3/12 1444-001
Unity
circa 1927
3/13 1444-001
"Letters from China"
1927
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
3/14 1444-001
Unity
1927 October-November
3/15 1444-001
Asia
1929
3/16 1444-001
Moscow News
1931
3/17-18 1444-001
Today : a personal news-letter / Anna Louise Strong
1950 October-1956 August
3/19 1444-001
Today : a personal news-letter / Anna Louise Strong - xerox copies
1952 January - 1953 December
box-folder-box-folder
3/20/4/1 1444-001
Today : a personal news-letter / Anna Louise Strong - bound volumes (vols. II, III)
2 items
1952 January - 1956 August
Box/Folder
4/2 1444-001
Vie Nuove
1957
4/3 1444-001
Miscellaneous
1954, 1957
Other materials
Legal documents
Box/Folder Accession
4/4 1444-001
Identification documents for Anna Louise Strong
6 items
1926, 1940-1947
4/5 1444-001
Copyright registration - The Stalin Era
1956
4/6 1444-001
Court decision
1958
4/7 1444-001
Personal documents of Marta Hedin Miller (Allen)
4 items
1934, 1956, undated
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
4/8 1444-001
Announcements for A. L. Strong Speeches
4 items
4/9 1444-001
Memorial Service for A. L. Strong
2 items
19 July 1970
4/10 1444-001
Newsletters
2 items
1927, 1971
4/11 1444-001
Miscellaneous
10 items
1945, 1955-1958
Clippings
By Anna Louise Strong
Box/Folder Accession
4/12 1444-001
"Letters from China" in Friends' Intelligencer
1927 July-November
4/13 1444-001
"Letters from China" in Unity
1927 June- 1928 January
4/14 1444-001
"Letters from China" in various newspapers
1927 July-November
4/15 1444-001
"Letters from China" condensed in Chicago Weekly Letter
1927 June-September
4/16-17 1444-001
"Letters to the Folks"
1927 August-November, undated
4/18-19 1444-001
Miscellaneous articles
1927-1928, 1938, 1946, undated
Box/Folder Accession
4/20 1444-001
About Anna Louise Strong
1927-1929, 1937-1938, undated
4/21 1444-001
Other
1927, 1946-1953, undated
Subject files
1929
Box/Folder Accession
5/1-3 1444-001
China's Millions
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence and clippings of reviews
1929
70th Birthday Celebration
Box/Folder Accession
5/4-7 1444-001
Incoming letters - congratulatory
1955
5/8 1444-001
Tape recording (open reel)
1955
Box/Folder Accession
5/9 1444-001
Orchard Indian Chapel. Oneida, New York
1950
Property and Finances of Anna Louise Strong
General correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
5/10 1444-001
Kahan, Robert, Certified Public Accountant
1960-1964
5/11 1444-001
Manhattan Escrow Company
1962-1963
5/11 1444-001
Security First National Bank
1961-1962
5/12 1444-001
Nelson, Grace
1958-1963
5/13 1444-001
Boldsen, Thyra
1963
Box/Folder Accession
5/14-15 1444-001
Miscellany
1956-1964
Box/Folder Accession
5/16-21 1444-001
Financial records
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence, various title insurance and real estate papers, and bank statements
1948-1965
6/1-7 1444-001
Account Books
13 items
1938-1957, undated
6/8-10 1444-001
Scrapbooks
3 items
undated
6/11 1444-001
Address book
undated
Posters
tube Accession
12 1444-001
Chinese, hand lettered
undated
box:oversize
10 1444-001
Guatemala - Black and White lino-prints
8 items
undated
box:oversize Accession
10 1444-001
Mock-up of Inside North Korea by Anna Louise Strong
Box
11 1444-001
Woodcut Prints - Looseleaf volume presented to A. L. Strong by Mao Tze-tung in 1947
undated
7 1444-001
Memorabilia - medals and buttons
undated
China Files
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
8/1 1444-001
Chou En-lai
Include 4 page enclosure
1947
8/1 1444-001
Feng Wen-pin
1947
8/1 1444-001
Hwang Hwa
1947
8/1 1444-001
Lu Ting-yi
1947
8/1 1444-001
Ma Hai-the
1947
8/1 1444-001
Tan-Tien and Su Fan
1947
8/1 1444-001
Liao Chen-chih
1941
8/2 1444-001
Lee, Clark (with enclosure)
1940
8/3 1444-001
Miscellaneous
13 pages
1941
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
8/4 1444-001
Miscellaneous
9 pages
1941
8/5 1444-001
From Hantan
1946
8/6 1444-001
From Yenan
4 pages
1946
8/7 1444-001
To: Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) regarding Trade Unions
3 pages
1946
Writings
Box/Folder Accession
8/8 1444-001
"Barnett Report"
7 pages
1940 July
8/9 1444-001
"Battle of Hundred Regiments"
4 pages
1940
8/10 1444-001
"Belden Interview (on arrival in Chungking) "
11 pages
1939-1940
8/11 1444-001
"The Danger of Civil War is Impending...," (first line) by Chou En-lai (?)
2 copies
1940 December 24
8/12 1444-001
"Dynamic Democracy in China"
13 pages
1939-1940
8/13 1444-001
"Eighth Route Regions in North China"
17 pages
1940
8/14 1444-001
"Jap Occupation No Bar to China Communications - But the Enemy Uses the Communications Too"
5 pages
1940
8/15 1444-001
"Internal Friction in China"
5 pages
1940
8/16 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Refuse Disband Armies: Announce Own Military Committee and Fight Back"
4 pages
1940
8/17 1444-001
"Our Chinese Battlefront"
5 pages
1940
8/18 1444-001
"Report on Conditions in the North Shansi-Chahar Border"
12 pages
1940
8/19 1444-001
"Which Way for China?"
8 pages
1940
8/20 1444-001
"Will China be Betrayed?"
17 pages
1940
8/21 1444-001
Regarding air raid in Chunking and Professor Li
2 copies
1940
8/22 1444-001
Untitled fragment regarding Professor Li
12 pages
1941
8/23 1444-001
"Behind the Civil Strife in China"
2 copies
1940
8/24 1444-001
"Chinese Communists Charge Chungking Plot to Join Axis"
4 pages
1941?
8/25 1444-001
Radio Interview
9 pages
8/26 1444-001
"Will Civil War Immobilize China"
4 pages
1941
8/27 1444-001
Untitled - Harbin
3 pages
1946
8/28 1444-001
Interview with Mao Tze-tung - Yenan
15 pages (2 versions)
1946
8/29 1444-001
"Chinese Communists and Catholic Missions"
11 pages
1947
8/30 1444-001
Cables to Friday Magazine
5 items
undated
Writings - author unidentified
Box/Folder Accession
8/31 1444-001
"The Ballads of Gifted Li"
7 pages
undated
Writings by others
Box/Folder Accession
8/32 1444-001
"Little Second Blackie Gets Married" by Chao Shu-li
32 pages
undated
8/33 1444-001
"The Post-War International Situation" and untitled by Lu Ting-yi
10 pages
1947, undated
8/34 1444-001
"Present Political Policies to be Applied to the Border Government of Shansi, Chahar, and Hopei Province," North China Branch - Central Executive Committee of Chinese Communist Party
3 pages
1940
Box/Folder Accession
8/35 1444-001
Telegram from the Commanders and Vice Commanders of the 8th Route and new 4th Armies to Chief of Staff Ho Ying-chin and Vice Chief of Staff Pai Chung-hsi
11 pages
1940 November 9
8/36 1444-001
Lists of documents
9 items
Scope and Content: Regarding Kuomintang - Chinese Communists Crisis and North Kiangsu Incidents.
1940-1941
Notes
Box/Folder Accession
8/37 1444-001
Miscellaneous
24 pages
1939-1940
8/38-39 1444-001
North China
36 pages
Scope and Content: Including interviews with Chou and Peng
1940
8/40 1444-001
North China - 100 Regiments War
11 pages
1940
8/41 1444-001
Stages of Relations between Kuo and CP - Statement by L.[sic]
4 copies (34 pages)
1940
8/42 1444-001
Notebook - Shanghai
1940-1941
8/43 1444-001
Notebook - Sinkiang
1940-1941
8/44-45 1444-001
Miscellaneous
12 pages
1941
8/46 1444-001
Hantan
42 pages
1946?
8/47-48 1444-001
Harbin
63 pages
1946?
8/49 1444-001
Notebook - Harbin
1 item
1946
9/1 1444-001
Kalgan
84 pages
1946
9/2 1444-001
Yenan
14 pages
1946
9/3 1444-001
Notebooks - Yenan
3 items
1946
9/4 1444-001
Talk with Liu Shao-chi regarding Mao Tze-tung's work - Yenan
16 pages
1946
Box/Folder Accession
9/5-6 1444-001
Photographs
61 negatives, 19 prints
undated
9/7 1444-001
Statistical tables - Transportation and Communication before and during the war
undated
9/8-9 1444-001
Ephemera
4 items
1941, undated

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Communism--China--History
  • Communism--Russia--History
  • Everett Massacre, Everett, Wash., 1916
  • General Strike, Seattle, Wash., 1919
  • Labor journalism--United States
  • Labor unions--Organizing--Middle West
  • Labor unions--Organizing--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Women journalists--United States--Archives
  • Women social reformers--United States--Archives
  • Personal Names :
  • Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975--Correspondence
  • Liu, Shaoqi, 1898-1969--Correspondence
  • Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976--Correspondence
  • Shubin, Joel orrespondence
  • Strong, Anna Louise, 1885-1970--Archives
  • Strong, Sydney, 1860-1938--Correspondence
  • Strong, Tracy, 1887-1968--Correspondence
  • Zhou, Enlai, 1898-1976--Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • Industrial Workers of the World
  • Seattle Public Schools. Board of Directors
  • Geographical Names :
  • China-- Politics and government--1912-1949
  • China--History--Republic, 1912-1949
  • Seattle (Wash.)--Politics and government
  • Soviet Union--Politics and government--1917-1936
  • Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
  • Diaries
  • Newsletters
  • Notebooks
  • Pamphlets
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Occupations :
  • Journalists
  • Political activists
  • Titles within the Collection :
  • Seattle union record
  • Today : a personal news-letter / Anna Louise Strong
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962--Correspondence (creator)
    • Corporate Names :
    • Labor Archives of Washington (University of Washington) (creator)