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Elgin Groseclose papers, 1912-1983

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Groseclose, Elgin Earl, 1899-
Title
Elgin Groseclose papers
Dates
1912-1983 (inclusive)
Quantity
16.0 linear feet, (32 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 102
Summary
Elgin E. Groseclose (1899-1983) was a writer, professor, specialist in finance, and treasurer for a financial and investment consultant firm. He was also involved in other interest groups that appealed to his deeply religious beliefs. The collection includes correspondence, diaries, speeches, writings, financial material, valuations, organizations and photographs.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Elgin Earl Groseclose was born in Waukomis, Oklahoma on November 25, 1899 to M. Clarence and Delta (Wishard) Groseclose. The eldest of five children, Elgin had early ambitions to become a writer. He entered the University of Oklahoma in 1916 and graduated with an A.B. Degree in Sociology in 1920. Uncertain of his career, Groseclose chose to teach at a Presbyterian Mission School in Tabriz, Persia (Iran) from 1920 to 1923. He also spent some time in Armenia and the Soviet Union. While in the latter, Groseclose was arrested and imprisoned by the Soviet secret police (“cheka”). Eventually, he was exiled from the Soviet Union and returned to Washington D.C., where he took a job at the Commerce Department as a specialist in finance.

During his stay in Washington, Groseclose attended American University and received both a Master of Arts Degree (1924) and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree (1928). He also met Louise Williams, daughter of a prominent Washington attorney, and married her on June 25, 1927. After their marriage, the Grosecloses moved to New York City where Dr. Groseclose took on the positions of financial editor of Fortune magazine and lecturer in banking and finance at the City College of New York. By 1932, Dr. Groseclose had moved his family back to his home state of Oklahoma where he was a assistant professor in the College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. While at the University, Groseclose published his first book, Money: The Human Conflict, in 1934. By 1935, he had returned to Washington D.C., and assumed the position of financial economist for the Federal Communications Commission and, then, later as economist for the Internal Revenue Service.

Also at this time, Dr. Groseclose pursued his ambitions as a novelist. In 1937, his first novel, The Persian Journey of the Rev. Ashley Wishard and His Servant Fathi, was published. Ararat, a novel based on Groseclose’s experiences as a prisoner in the Soviet Union, appeared two years later. This latter endeavor earned him the American Booksellers Award (1939), the National Book Award (1939) and the Foundation for Literature Award (1940). Groseclose continued his success as a novelist as he published nine more novels between 1942 and 1980.

At the same time, Elgin Groseclose established himself as an authority in the fields of economics, finance, and monetary policy. In 1943, the Iranian Parliament appointed him a Treasurer General of Iran in an effort to control the runaway inflation that had befallen that country. He succeeded in lowering the rate of inflation in Iran by putting gold on sale to the public. Upon his return to Washington in 1944, Dr. Groseclose established the financial and investment consultant firm of Groseclose, Williams & Associates. The firm dealt mainly with economic questions in taxation, representing individuals as well as major corporations before the U.S. Tax Courts, U.S. Court of Claims, Federal Communications Commission, and U.S. District Courts. Groseclose himself appeared before many of the above, in addition to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee where he fought against the United States’ policies on aid to foreign countries. He also advocated the use of silver currency as a monetary base and made his proposals known by appearing before the House Mining and Minerals Committee and the House Banking and Currency Committees.

The activities of Elgin Groseclose were not limited to economics and writing. Although he did organize the Institute of Monetary Research in 1960, the other interest groups that Groseclose founded and/or supported appealed to his deeply religious beliefs. In 1956, he and his wife started the Welfare of the Blind, Inc., a Christian agency established to help the blind children in the Middle East and Africa. Closer to home, Groseclose served on the Board of directors for the International Council for Christian Leadership, and was Secretary for the Washington City Bible Society.

From 1935 until his death, Elgin Groseclose and his wife, Louise, lived in Washington, D.C. where they raised four daughters. On April 4, 1983 Groseclose succumbed to a stroke at the age of 83.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Elgin E. Groseclose Papers consist of correspondence; diaries; material dealing with economic, monetary, and foreign aid policies; material related to the writing and publishing of his manuscripts from Groseclose, Williams, & Associates; and material from organizations in which Dr. Groseclose actively participated.

The correspondence contained in this collection occupies approximately two linear feet and cover the years from 1921 to 1982, with the bulk of these letters falling between the years 1960 and 1962. These chronologically arranged letters deal mainly with a discussion of monetary policy between Groseclose and the gold and silver miners of the United States. Foreign policy and international business, particularly with the Middle East, is also mentioned.

Groseclose’s diaries, also arranged chronologically, start in 1912 when he was thirteen and continue on through his senior year in high school. They tell of his adventures, both in and out of school, and give an insight as to what Elgin wanted to do with his future. Although the diaries stop while he is in college, they start up again in 1920 when Groseclose was on his way to the Middle East as a missionary. The diaries stop again in 1923 only to be revived in 1943 when Groseclose returned to Iran as Treasurer General of that country.

Many of the speeches in the collection relate to economic issues such as monetary policy and foreign aid. Also included are some of Groseclose’s speeches dealing with his experiences and knowledge of the Middle East. All of the speeches have been arranged alphabetically by the title of the work.

Within the series of writings are articles, newsclippings, and letters to the editor, by Groseclose dealing with similar topics to those discussed in his speeches. The articles have been arranged alphabetically by title while the news clippings and “letters to the editor” have been arranged chronologically. The “Washington Letter,” written by Groseclose, contains articles on currency, gold and silver, and fiscal policy. These letters are dated from June 1960 through 1961 and are in chronological order. Also included in the series are Groseclose’s manuscripts and related material, such as publishing and reprint information, correspondence with publishers, and research material. All items are grouped together by manuscript title. The volume, The Kiowa, published by the David C. Cook Publishing Co., is also contained within the series.

The series of Financial Material contains articles and newsclippings about Groseclose and his economic policies as well as the booklet “The Silver Market” and publications from the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee and the American Institute for Economic Research. This material, along with the research and background material concerning the Monetary Control Act of 1980, has been arranged chronologically.

Groseclose, Williams, & Associates was a financial and investment consultant firm based in Washington, D.C. Many of their cases are contained in the series “Valuations” and have been arranged alphabetically according to the name of the individual or corporation represented. However, those corporations representing the meat packing or newspaper industries have been grouped under the heading “Meat Packing” or “Newspapers” and are arrange alphabetically. The materials contained within the “Valuation” series consist of correspondence, appraisals of the marker value for various companies, court briefs, annual statements, and background material for each of the companies in question. The largest case in this group is Universal Studios. In 1971, Groseclose represented Universal Studios in a case against Francis I. du Pont & Co. with regards to the prospects of the future earnings of Universal. Among the material present in this group are the case, including exhibits which Groseclose put together in order to represent Universal, correspondence between Groseclose and the lawyers representing Universal, and court memos and reports.

The Organization series consists of correspondence, histories, records, and publications relating to those groups that Groseclose belonged to outside of his professional and writing careers. This series has been arranged in three subseries: International Council for Christian Leadership, The Washington City Bible Society, and Welfare of the Blind, Inc.

Among the “Miscellaneous” materials are invitations and announcements of Groseclose’s awards and speeches; personal income tax returns from 1946; and “St. Alban’s Chronicle,” a bulletin from the parish of the Groseclose family.

Four photographs of the Groseclose family and four unidentified photographs have been removed to the photograph collection. Three cassette tapes, two from “The Voice of Gold” entitled, “Political Consequences of Inflation” (March and May 1978) and one from the 1975 International Monetary Symposium, featuring Dr. Norbert Einstein, have also been removed and rehoused with the photographs.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Elgin Groseclose papers, Coll 102, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Or.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Biographical MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Biographical Material
31
Scrapbooks
1935-1942

Correspondence, 1921-1982Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 2
Correspondence
1921 1932-1936
1 3
Correspondence
July 1939-September 1939
1 4
Correspondence
October 1939
1 5
Correspondence
November 1939-December 1939
1 6
Correspondence
January 1940-March 15, 1940
1 7
Correspondence
March 17, 1940-April 15, 1940
1 8
Correspondence
April 17, 1940-September 1946
1 9
Correspondence
September 1947-1952
1 10
Correspondence
1953-1955
1 11
Correspondence
1956-July 1957
1 12
Correspondence
August 1957-October 19, 1957
1 13
Correspondence
October 29, 1957-December 1957
1 14
Correspondence
1958
1 15
Correspondence
February 1959-June 5, 1959
1 16
Correspondence
June 9, 1959-July 24, 1959
1 17
Correspondence
July 28, 1959-August 24, 1959
1 18
Correspondence
August 25, 1959 - September 17, 1959
1 19
Correspondence
September 18, 1959-September 29, 1959
2 1
Correspondence
October 1959-November 1959
2 2
Correspondence
December 1959
2 3
Correspondence
January 1960
2 4
Correspondence
February 1 1960-February 10, 1960
2 5
Correspondence
February 12, 1960-March 4, 1960
2 6
Correspondence
March 7, 1960-March 18, 1960
2 7
Correspondence
March 21, 1960-March 31, 1960
2 8
Correspondence
April 1, 1960-April 7,1960
2 9
Correspondence
April 8, 1960-April 25, 1960
2 10
Correspondence
May 2, 1960-May 12, 1960
2 11
Correspondence
May 13, 1960-May 19, 1960
2 12
Correspondence
May 20, 1960-May 26, 1960
2 13
Correspondence
May 27, 1960-June 20, 1960
2 14
Correspondence
June 23, 1960-July 12, 1960
2 15
Correspondence
July 13, 1960-August 3, 1960
2 16
Correspondence
August 4, 1960-August 9, 1960
2 `7
Correspondence
August 11, 1960-August 13, 1960
2 18
Correspondence
August 16, 1960-August 30, 1960
2 19
Correspondence
September 3, 1960-September 12, 1960
2 20
Correspondence
September 14, 1960-September 22, 1960
2 21
Correspondence
September 23, 1960-September 28, 1960
2 22
Correspondence
September 29, 1960-October 28, 1960
3 1
Correspondence
November 3, 1960-November 8, 1960
3 2
Correspondence
November 9, 1960-November 27, 1960
3 3
Correspondence
November 28, 1960-December 19, 1960
3 4
Correspondence
December 20, 1960-December 31, 1960
3 5
Correspondence
January 3, 1961-January 8, 1961
3 6
Correspondence
January 9, 1961-January 16, 1961
3 7
Correspondence
January 17, 1961-January 26, 1961
3 8
Correspondence
January 27, 1961-February 2, 1961
3 9
Correspondence
February 3, 1961-February 10, 1961
3 10
Correspondence
February 14, 1961-February 20, 1961
3 11
Correspondence
February 21, 1961-March 6, 1961
3 12
Correspondence
March 9, 1961-March 15, 1961
3 13
Correspondence
March 16, 1961-March 31, 1961
3 14
Correspondence
April 3, 1961-April 19, 1961
3 15
Correspondence
April 21, 1961-May 3, 1961
3 16
Correspondence
May 4, 1961-May 11,1961
3 17
Correspondence
May 11, 1961-May 19, 1961
3 18
Correspondence
May 20, 1961-May 26, 1961
3 19
Correspondence
May 29, 1961-June 2, 1961
3 20
Correspondence
June 5, 1961-June 14, 1961
3 21
Correspondence
June 15, 1961-June 20, 1961
3 22
Correspondence
June 21, 1961-June 30, 1961
3 23
Correspondence
July 1, 1961-July 10, 1961
3 24
Correspondence
July 11, 1961-July 19, 1961
4 1
Correspondence
July 20, 1961-July 28, 1961
4 2
Correspondence
August 1, 1961-August 4, 1961
4 3
Correspondence
August 8, 1961-August 23, 1961
4 4
Correspondence
August 24, 1961-September 18, 1961
4 5
Correspondence
September 19, 1961-October 18, 1961
4 6
Correspondence
October 9, 1961-October 31, 1961
4 7
Correspondence
November 1, 1961-November 9, 1961
4 8
Correspondence
November 10, 1961-November 30, 1961
4 9
Correspondence
December 1961
4 10
Correspondence
January 1962
4 11
Correspondence
February 2, 1962-March 23, 1962
4 12
Correspondence
March 27, 1962-April 6, 1962
4 13
Correspondence
April 12, 1962-April 24, 1962
4 14
Correspondence
April 27, 1962-June 8, 1962
4 15
Correspondence
June 11, 1962-June 27, 1962
4 16
Correspondence
July 3, 1962-July 19, 1962
4 17
Correspondence
July 20, 1962-July 31, 1962
4 18
Correspondence
August 1, 1962-August 17, 1962
4 19
Correspondence
August 20, 1962-September 10, 1962
4 20
Correspondence
September 12, 1962
4 21
Correspondence
September 16, 1962-October 11, 1962
4 22
Correspondence
October 12, 1962-October 18, 1962
5 1
Correspondence
October 19, 1962-December 7, 1962
5 2
Correspondence
December 8, 1962-December 31, 1962
5 3
Correspondence
January 1, 1963-January 21, 1963
5 4
Correspondence
January 22, 1963-February 28, 1963
5 5
Correspondence
February 20, 1963-March 26, 1963
5 6
Correspondence
April 1, 1963-April 24, 1963
5 7
Correspondence
April 26, 1963-May 29, 1963
5 8
Correspondence
July 1963
5 9
Correspondence
August 8, 1963-September 17, 1963
5 10
Correspondence
September 18, 1963-October 4, 1963
5 11
Correspondence
October 10, 1963-October 16, 1963
5 12
Correspondence
October 20, 1963-October 28, 1963
5 13
Correspondence
November 1, 1963-December 19, 1963
5 14
Correspondence
January 1964-March 1964
5 15
Correspondence
April 1964-May 1964
5 16
Correspondence
June 1964-December 1964
5 17
Correspondence
January 1965-May 1965
5 18
Correspondence
August 1965-November 1965
5 19
Correspondence
January 1966-July 1966
5 20
Correspondence
August 1966-February 1967
5 21
Correspondence
March 1967-April 5, 1967
5 22
Correspondence
April 12, 1967-May 15, 1967
5 23
Correspondence
May 17, 1967-May 24, 1967
5 24
Correspondence
May 25, 1967-June 5, 1967
6 1
Correspondence
June 8, 1967-August 1967
6 2
Correspondence
September 1967-December 1967
6 3
Correspondence
February 1968-April 18, 1968
6 4
Correspondence
April 23, 1968-September 5, 1968
6 5
Correspondence
October 1968-January 1969
6 6
Correspondence
February 1969-April 2, 1969
6 7
Correspondence
April 9, 1969-December 1969
6 8
Correspondence
January 1970-October 1970
6 9
Correspondence
November 1970-March 1971
6 10
Correspondence
April 1971-December 1971
6 11
Correspondence
January 1972-March 1972
6 12
Correspondence
May 1972-November 1972
6 13
Correspondence
December 1972-July 1973
6 14
Correspondence
September 1973-April 1974
6 15
Correspondence
May 3, 1974-May 14, 1974
6 16
Correspondence
May 15, 1974-June 18, 1974
6 17
Correspondence
June 28, 1974-July 1974
6 18
Correspondence
August 1, 1974-August 2, 1974
6 19
Correspondence
August 5, 1974-November 1974
6 20
Correspondence
December 1974-March 14, 1975
6 21
Correspondence
March 18, 1975-April 14, 1975
6 22
Correspondence
April 15, 1975-July 1975
7 1
Correspondence
October 1975-April 1976
7 2
Correspondence
May 1976-July 1976
7 3
Correspondence
August 1976-December 1976
7 4
Correspondence
1977
7 5
Correspondence
January 1978-September 1979
7 6
Correspondence
April 1980-December 1980
7 7
Correspondence
January 1981-March 1981
7 8
Correspondence
January 1982-October 1982
7 9
Correspondence
Undated

Diaries, 1916-1943Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 10
Diaries
1912-February 2, 1916
7 11
Diaries
February 5, 1916-1917
7 12
Diaries
1920-April 8, 1921
8 1
Outgoing correspondence
April 8, 1921-1922 January 1943-June 1943

SpeechesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 2
Partial List of Speeches
8 2
The Crisis in the Precious Metals
8 2
Curbing the Jesus People
8 2
The Decay of Money
January 17, 1962
8 3
Foreign Aid – and a Christian Solution
8 3
Foreign Aid and Economic Progress
8 3
Foreign Aid and National Security
8 3
Foreign Aid Paradox
8 3
The Foreign Aid Program
8 3
Foreign Aid Re-Examined
8 3
A Foreign Aid Policy for the Sixties
8 3
“The Future of Silver”
8 4
Gold and Morals
8 4
Gold and Silver and Fiscal Policy
8 4
“Gold, Silver and Monetary Problems”
8 4
The Holy Land Paradox and Mystery
8 5
Inflation: An Historical Perspective
8 5
Inflation and the Future of the West
8 5
Iran – Footnotes to a Coronation
8 5
“A Look Ahead at Gold and Silver”
8 6
The Meaning of Money
8 6
Monetary Moralities and Practicalities
8 6
Money, Man and Morals
8 6
Money – Or Is It?
8 7
Money – Or Is It? A Commentary on Inflation
8 7
Money – Or Is It? A Commentary on the Present Predicament
8 7
The People Have a Problem
8 8
The Scriptures and the Current Crisis
8 8
A Solution to the Nation’s Silver Dilemma
8 8
“Speaking for the Opposition”
8 8
Statement on Gold
July 15, 1963 October 23, 1963
8 8
Statement on Gold and Silver
9 1
Statement on H.R. 4413
9 1
Statement on H.R. 5389
9 1
Statement on Silver and
April 22, 1958 June 30, 1959
9 1
“ Tax Policy and the American Livelihood Tradition”
9 1
The Theory of Foreign Aid is Rooted in Materialism and False Promise
9 1
To Curb Inflation: A Practical Program
9 1
Untitled

WritingsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Articles
Box Folder
9 2
“Amos and the Money Changers” – “Currency Systems of the Orient”
9 3
The Deceptive Alliance for Progress – “France Settles Gold-Franc Controversy with China
9 4
Gold – “How High Gold?”
9 5
“The Illusion of a Riskless Society” – Managing the Economy
9 6
“Manhattan Sketch” – “Missionaries Bear Brunt of Iran’s Mounting Hostility to Americans”
9 7
“The Monetary Services of Silver” – “The Mosque”
9 8
A Nation Divided – “Nightfall Over Iran”
10 1
“One Tire $1,000-One Bible 60 Cents” – “Qum and Middle East Oil”
10 2
“Reagonomics and the Interest Syndrome” – “Silver and Coinage Crisis”
10 3
“Silver: Past, Present, Prospective” – “A Survey of Western Currencies, 1912-1962”
10 4
“Time to Abolish the FED?” – United States Monetary Legislation from Confederation to Constitution
10 5
“The ‘Voice’ on Mahomet” – “White Rain on Iran”
News Clippings
Box Folder
10 6
News clippings
1920-1926 1932-1925 1951-1953
10 7
News clippings
1960-1969 1979
Letters to the Editor
Box Folder
10 8
Letters to the Editor
1949 1952-1976
10 9
Letters to the Editor
1977-1983 Undated
“Washington Letter”
Box Folder
10 10
“Washington Letter”
June 1960-1961
“Manuscripts”
Box Folder
11 1
The Antiochian Fire: Part I, Chapters I-VIII
June 1960-1961
11 2
The Antiochian Fire: Part I, Chapter IX-Part II, Chapter IV
June 1960-1961
11 3
The Antiochian Fire: Part II, Chapter V-Part II, Chapter II
June 1960-1961
11 4
The Antiochian Fire: Part III, Chapters III-VIII
June 1960-1961
11 5
The Antiochian Fire: Part IV, Chapters I-IV
June 1960-1961
11 6
The Antiochian Fire: Part IV, Chapter VII-Part V, Chapter III
June 1960-1961
11 7
The Antiochian Fire: Part V, Chapters IV-IX
June 1960 - 1961
11 8
The Antiochian Fire: Part V, Chapters X-XII
June 1960-1961
11 9
Ararat: Reviews and reprint information
June 1960-1961
11 10
Ararat: correspondence
1936 February 1967-May 10, 1967
11 11
Ararat: correspondence
May 11, 1967-August 25, 1967
11 12
Ararat: correspondence
August 28, 1967 - 1969
11 13
Ararat: correspondence
1971-1975 1982 Undated
12 1
The Carmelite: Book Reviews
12 2
The Carmelite: Reprint inform
12 3
The Carmelite: correspondence
March 1975-October 15, 1975
12 4
The Carmelite: correspondence
October 16, 1975-March 1977
12 5
The Carmelite: correspondence
June 1977-August 1978
12 6
The Carmelite: correspondence
September 1978-October 1978
12 7
The Carmelite: correspondence
November 1978-January 1980
12 8
The Carmelite: correspondence
February 1980-March 1981
12 9
Comanche Country: Reprint information; correspondence
December 1979-March 4, 1981
12 10
Comanche Country: correspondence
March 10, 1981-June 1, 1981
12 11
Comanche Country: Early draft, Part I, Chapters I-V
12 12
Comanche Country: Early draft, Part I, Chapter IV-Part II, Chapter I
12 13
Comanche Country: Part I, Chapters I-VII
12 14
Comanche Country: Part I, Chapter VIII-Part II, Chapter I
12 15
Comanche Country: Part III, Chapters VI-IX
13 1
Fifty Years of Managed Money: Book reviews and royalty statements
13 2
Fifty Years of Managed Money: correspondence
February 1973-1978
13 3
Fifty Years of Managed Money: correspondence
January 1979
13 4
Fifty Years of Managed Money: correspondence
February 1979-May 4, 1979
13 5
Fifty Years of Managed Money: correspondence
May 11, 1979-December 1979
13 6
History of the Federal Reserve (America’s Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve): Book reviews and research material
13 7
History of the Federal Reserve (America’s Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve): Research Material
13 8
History of the Federal Reserve (America’s Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve): Research Material
13 9
History of the Federal Reserve (America’s Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve): Research Material
13 10
History of the Federal Reserve (America’s Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve): Research Material
13 11
Introduction to Iran; Correspondence; Contract; Royalty statements
14 1
The Kiowa: Part I, Chapter I-Part II, Chapter I
14 2
The Kiowa: Part II, Chapter II-Part II, Chapter V
14 3
The Kiowa: Part II, Chapter VI-Part II, Chapter XI
14 4
The Kiowa: Part III, Chapter I-Part III, Chapter VI
14 5
The Kiowa: Part III, Chapter VII-Part III, Chapter XII
14 6
The Kiowa: Part III, Chapter XIII-Part III, Chapter XV
14 7
The Kiowa: Book: Groseclose, Elgin. The Kiowa. Elgin, Illinois: David C. Cook Publishing Co., 1978
14 8
Mechanics and Culture: Correspondence; Introduction
14 9
Mechanics and Culture: Part I, Chapter I-Part II, Chapter III
14 10
Mechanics and Culture: Part II, Chapter IV-Part IV, Chapter III
15 1
Money and Man: Book reviews
15 2
Money and Man: correspondence
September 1960-May 1961
15 3
Money and Man: correspondence
June 1961-July 1961
15 4
Money and Man: Correspondence:
August 1961-November 1961
15 5
Money and Man: correspondence
May 1966-December 1966
15 6
Money and Man: correspondence
January 1967-October 1975
15 7
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Book reviews and publishing material
15 8
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
December 1978-April 1979
15 9
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
May 1979-November 1979
15 10
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
December 1979-February 1980
15 11
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
March 1980-June 1980
15 12
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
July 1980-August 1980
15 13
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): correspondence
September 1980-June 1981
15 14
Olympia (The Man from Antioch):Part I, Chapter I-VIII
15 15
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Part I, Chapter IX-Part II, Chapter IV
15 16
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Part II, Chapter V-Part III, Chapter V
15 17
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Part III, Chapter VI-Part IV, Chapter III
15 18
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Part IV, Chapter IV-Part V, Chapter I
15 19
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Part V, Chapter II-Epilogue
16 1
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Research material
16 2
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Research material
16 3
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Research material
16 4
Olympia (The Man from Antioch): Research material
16 5
The Persian Journey: Book reviews and correspondence
16 6
The Religion of the American Economy (The Biblical Basis of Western Economy): Book review; Publication material
16 7
The Religion of the American Economy (The Biblical Basis of Western Economy): correspondence
April 1966-September 1966
16 8
The Religion of the American Economy (The Biblical Basis of Western Economy): correspondence
October 1966 - 1969
16 9
The Religion of the American Economy (The Biblical Basis of Western Economy): correspondence
March 1970-August 1970
16 10
The Religion of the American Economy (The Biblical Basis of Western Economy): correspondence
October 1970-September 1972
16 11
Poems; Miscellaneous

Financial MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Articles and News Clippings
Box Folder
17 1
Articles and news clippings
1935 1944-1948 1953-1960
17 2
Articles and news clippings
1961-1964
17 3
Articles and news clippings
1965-1968 1975-May 1980
17 4
Articles and news clippings
July 1980-1983 Undated
“The Silver Market”
Box Folder
17 5
“The Silver Market"
1956-1962
17 6
“The Silver Market"
1963-1968
17 7
“The Silver Market"
1969-1977
American Institute for Economic Research
Box Folder
17 8
Economic Education Bulletin
17 9
Research Reports
Monetary Control Act
Box Folder
18 1
Monetary Control Act
1980
Foreign Aid
Box Folder
18 2
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Partial List of Statements and Reports; Statements and Reports
1960-April 1962
18 3
Foreign Aid: Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Statements and Reports
July 1962-August 1963
18 4
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Statements and Reports
November 1963-July 1964
18 5
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Statements and Reports
1965
18 6
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Statements and Reports
January 1966-May 1966
18 7
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Statements and Reports
September 1966-November 1967
18 8
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Newsletter
May 1960-1966
18 9
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Newsletter
1967
18 10
Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. Newsletter
1968-1969
18 11
Research Material
1969-1977
18 12
Miscellaneous
1969-1977

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
19 1
A.B. Frank Comp
19 1
Basha, Edward and Najeeby N.
19 1
Blackistone, Zachariah D.
19 1
Bolles, John S. and Gloria P.
19 2
The Coleman Company
19 3
Continental Coffee Company
19 3
Davies, John F.
19 4
Davidson, William C.
19 5
Dodds, Julia: Tax Court Case
19 6
Eastern Broadcasting Corporation: correspondence
19 7
Eastern Broadcasting Corporation: Case
19 8
Eastern Broadcasting Corporation: Case
19 9
Ferre, Maurice A.
19 9
Gray, John D.
19 10
Gospel Worker Society vs. United Stare of America, Department of the Treasury
20 1
Lake Monticello Tax Court Case (Faulconer Construction Co., Inc.): correspondence
November 1974-May 1975
19 2
Lake Monticello Tax Court Case (Faulconer Construction Co., Inc.): correspondence
1979
20 3
Lake Monticello Tax Court Case (Faulconer Construction Co., Inc.)
20 4
Lake Monticello Tax Court Case (Faulconer Construction Co., Inc.)
20 5
Lake Monticello Tax Court Case (Faulconer Construction Co., Inc.)
20 6
Litchfield Realty Company
20 7
Maran Cooke, Inc.: Case
20 8
Maran Cooke, Inc.: Case
Meatpacking
Box Folder
20 9
Bob Evans Farms, Inc.
21 1
Clougherty Packing Company: correspondence
1970-1973 1980
21 2
Clougherty Packing Company: History, Articles of Incorporation, By-laws
21 3
Clougherty Packing Company: Case
21 4
Clougherty Packing Company: Assessment of Fair Market Value, Burke, Williams, and Sorenson
21 5
Clougherty Packing Company: Assessment of Fair Market Value, Burke, Williams, and Broderick
21 6
Clougherty Packing Company: Assessment of Fair Market Value, Guill, Blankenbaker, and Co.
21 7
Clougherty Packing Company: Assessment of Fair Market Value, E.F. Hutton
21 8
Clougherty Packing Company: Research material Clougherty Packing Company: Assessment of Fair Market Value, E.F. Hutton
21 9
Clougherty Packing Company: Research material
22 1
Frederick and Herrud, Inc.
22 2
Lundy Packing Company vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
22 3
MBPXL Corporation
22 4
Messing, Morris M. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
22 5
Miami Valley Coated Paper Co.
22 6
Mocatta Metals Corporation
Newspapers
Box Folder
22 7
Affiliated Publications Inc.
22 8
Copley Press Inc.: correspondence
May 1976-August 1976
22 9
Copley Press Inc.: correspondence
September 1976-October 1976
22 10
Copley Press Inc.: correspondence
November 1976-December 1976
22 11
Copley Press Inc.: Appraisal
22 12
Copley Press Inc.: Appraisal, Miscellaneous
23 1
Dispatch Printing Company: Appraisal
1975
23 2
Dispatch Printing Company: Appraisal
1979
23 3
Gannett
23 4
Harte-Hanks Newspapers, Inc.
23 5
Inland Daily Press Association
23 6
Lee Enterprises, Inc.
23 7
Multimedia, Inc.
23 8
Outlet Company: Annual Report
1976 1978
23 9
Outlet Company: Annual Report
1979
23 10
Panax Corporation
24 1
Speidel Newspapers Inc.
24 2
Times-Mirror Co.
24 2
The Washington Post Company
24 3
Transactions
24 4
Articles
1953-1956 1965-1977
24 5
Articles
1978
24 6
Articles
1979 Undated
24 7
Statistical material
24 8
Statistical material
24 9
Statistical material
25 1
NYSCO Laboratories: correspondence
25 2
NYSCO Laboratories: Appraisal, Groseclose, Williams & Associates
25 3
NYSCO Laboratories: Appraisal, Groseclose, Williams & Associates
25 4
NYSCO Laboratories: Appraisal, Jerrold M. Hirschberg
25 5
NYSCO Laboratories: Appraisal, Dr. Joseph M. White
Odend’hal Fortune Jr. and Gloria P. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Box Folder
25 6
Correspondence
April 1980
25 7
Correspondence:
May 1980-July 1980
25 8
Correspondence:
August 1981
25 9
Correspondence
September 1981-March 1983
25 10
Appraisal
1979
25 11
Appraisal
1981
25 12
Brief for Petitioners
25 13
Brief for Petitioners
26 1
Brief for Respondent
26 2
Reply briefs
26 3
Respondent’s Trail Memorandum Issues
26 4
Stipulations for Trail
26 5
History of Notes on Case
26 6
Oxford Life Insurance Company vs. United States
26 7
Philip Morris, Inc.
26 7
OAirdrie K. Pinkerton
26 7
Plenum Publishing Co.
26 8
Plumb, Fayette R. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
26 9
Plumb, Fayette R. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Real Estate Investment Trust
Box Folder
26 10
D & W Shanik Management Co.
26 11
National Association of the Real Estate Investment Trusts, Inc.
26 12
The Rouse Company
27 1
Virginia Real Estate Investment Trust
27 1
Washington Real Estate Investment Trust
27 2
“Realty Trust Review”
1970 1975-1978
27 3
“Audit Report”
1970
27 4
Fact Book
1977-1978
27 5
Miscellaneous
27 6
Restricted Securities
27 7
Small Business Administration
27 8
Stroddard, Harry G.
27 8
Stroupe, Harold F. and Elizabeth S. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Universal Studios
Box Folder
27 9
Correspondence
October 1970-January 1971
27 10
Correspondence
February 1971-December 1971
27 11
Correspondence
January 1972-May 1972
27 12
Correspondence
June 1972-December 1972
27 13
Correspondence
1973-February 1974
28 1
Supplement to Amended Claim, Index – Sections A-H
28 2
Supplement to Amended Claim, Index – Sections I-O
28 3
Supplement to Amended Claim, Index – Sections P-T
28 4
Exhibits A – B-8
28 5
Exhibits B-9 – B-20
28 6
Exhibits C – G
28 7
Exhibits I
28 8
Exhibits J
28 9
Exhibits Q – B
28 10
Appraiser’s Financial Report
28 11
Plaintiff’s Post Trail Memorandum
28 12
Miscellaneous
29 1
Urban Renewal
29 2
The Value Line Development Capital Corporation: History; Statement of Investments
29 3
The Value Line Development Capital Corporation: Annual Reports
1970-1974
29 4
Wilson, Elizabeth A. vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
29 5
Procedure
29 6
Articles
29 7
Standard Research Consultants (SRC) Quarterly Reports
1975-1976
29 8
Standard Research Consultants (SRC) Quarterly Reports
1977-1979
29 9
Miscellaneous

OrganizationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
International Council for Christian Leadership
Box Folder
29 10
Correspondence
1966-1972
29 11
Correspondence
1973-1975 Undated
29 12
Presidential Prayer Breakfast
29 13
Other Activities
30 1
History and Background
Washington City Bible Society
Box Folder
30 2
Correspondence
April 1964-March 1966
30 3
Correspondence
April 1966-July 1967
30 4
Correspondence
1972-April 1974 Undated
30 5
Minutes
1968-1973
30 6
Executive Secretary’s Report
1968-1969
30 7
Executive Secretary’s Report
1970-May 1972
30 8
Financial Material
1967-1972
30 9
Certificate of Incorporation; Constitution, Board of Directors
30 10
Miscellaneous
Welfare of the Blind, Inc.
Box Folder
30 11
Correspondence
1957-1962
30 12
Correspondence
1963-1964
30 13
Correspondence
June 1965-1967 1976 Undated
30 14
Newsletter
1959 1963-1967
30 15
Articles
30 16
Publications; History
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
1 17
Miscellaneous

Photographs (PH069), 1940-1969Return to Top

0.01 linear feet
Groseclose, Elgin, 1899-
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
PH069_01: [Man standing in front of building]
1.0 unknown
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_02: [Man in garden]
1.0 unknown
4 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_03: [Man in garden with Korean(?) man]
1.0 unknown
4 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_04: [Man on boat with 2 women and Captain]
1.0 unknown
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_05: [Louise & Elgin standing in garden]
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_06: [Elgin, Nancy, Hildegarde, Jane, Suzy, Louise Groseclose]
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_07: [Nancy & Jane Groseclose]
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH069_08: [Louise and Elgin with snow in background]
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned