TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Related Material

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Correspondence. 1902-1978.

Series B. Subject Files. 1921-1973, undated.

Series C. Manuscript Material. undated.

Series D. Printed Material. undated.

Series E. Miscellaneous. 1906-1979, undated.

A Finding Aid to the Horace M. Kallen Papers. 1902-1982.

Manuscript Collection No. 1


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Kallen, Horace Mayer, 1882-1974.
Title: Horace M. Kallen Papers
Dates: 1902-1982
Quantity: 38.5 linear feet (96 Hollinger boxes)
Abstract: Contains materials relating to Horace M. Kallen's career and interest in philosophy, humanism, religion, civil rights, consumerism, education and Zionism. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, newsclippings, reports, papers, speeches, photographs, plus printed and miscellaneous materials.
Collection Number: MS-1
Language: Collection material in English, German, French, Hebrew, and Yiddish.

Biographical Sketch

Horace M. KallenHorace M. Kallen was born in Berenstadt, Silesia, Germany, in 1882 and immigrated to Boston with his family at the age of five. He was the son of Jacob David Kallen, a Hebrew scholar and Orthodox rabbi, and the former Esther Glazier. Kallen had six sisters (Ida, Dora, Mildred, Deborah, Frances, and Miriam) and one brother (Leo).

Kallen attended Harvard University, graduating in 1903. He went to Princeton where he taught English from 1903 until 1905 at which time he was dismissed for being an avowed unbeliever. Originally interested in writing novels and poetry, he became more interested in philosophy and the philosophical implications of the arts and the social sciences. He credited George Santayana, William James, Edwin Holt, Canning Schiller, Barrett Wendell and Solomon Schechter as most influential in the development of his philosophical ideas. Although he refused to be tied to a specific philosophical school, he can be most closely identified with the broad pragmatic philosophy of John Dewey and F.C.S. Schiller.

After studying philosophy at Oxford University and the Paris-Sorbonne University, Kallen returned to Harvard and received his Ph.D. in 1908. He taught philosophy at Harvard and logic at Clark College (1910) until he received an instructorship at the University of Wisconsin in 1911. He continued in this post until 1918 at which time he was forced to resign because of his support of the rights of pacifists in the heat of World War I. This incident increased his belief in the necessity of intellectual freedom and the right to speak out on controversial issues.

Dr. Kallen's association with the New School for Social Research marks the longest and most productive period of his life. In 1919, together with James Harvey Robison, Charles A. Beard, Thorstien Veblen, Alvin Johnson and Robert Bruerre, he founded the New School for Social Research in New York City. The institution was founded as a kind of refugee camp for America's intellectuals and academics in the wake of World War I amid fears concerning academic and intellectual freedom. As the last of the original founders, Dr. Kallen taught his final course in the fall of 1973. While at the New School he also taught courses at Harvard, Columbia, the University of Wisconsin, Ohio State University and Claremont College (California).

Horace Kallen was the author of more than thirty books as well as numerous pamphlets and articles. He was active in liberal, educational and Zionist movements. He wrote on consumerism and environmental control long before they became major topics. He was an outstanding leader in the adult education movement in America.

He was close to casting aside his Jewish identity when Barrett Wendell, professor of English literature at Harvard, "showed how the Old Testament had affected the Puritan mind and traced the role of Hebraic tradition in the development of the American character."[1] As a result, Kallen turned Zionist in 1902. He argued strongly for 60 years that the Jewish people needed a homeland in Palestine to protect them against persecution and to enhance their Jewish cultural heritage.

Dr. Kallen was an active member of the Jewish community working in and with such organizations as the American Jewish Congress, the American Association for Jewish Education, of which he was vice-president, and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. He served on many government committees, including the Presidential Commission on Higher Education, and the New York City Commission on Intergroup Relations (1961). Also, he was active in such organizations as the International League for the Rights of Man and the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.

His philosophy has been characterized as Hebraism, aesthetic pragmatism, humanism, cultural pluralism, and cooperative individualism. A major precept of his philosophy was: "I have a right to believe what you believe is wrong. If in your eyes I am wrong, yet I have that right to be wrong, and that right is unalienable." [sic][2]

Kallen's concept of cultural pluralism affirmed that each ethnic and cultural group in the United States had a unique contribution to make to the variety and richness of American culture, and thus provided a rationale for those Jews who wish to preserve their Jewish cultural identity in the American melting pot.

Dr. Kallen's more well-known writings include, The Book of Job as a Greek Tragedy (1918); Zionism and World Politics (1921); Judaism at Bay (1932); Individualism: An American Way of Life (1933); The Decline and Rise of the Consumer (1936); Art and Freedom (2 vol. 1942); The Education of Free Men (1949); Of Them Which Say They Are Jews (1954, edited by Judah Pilch, a collection of Kallen's essays on the Jewish struggle for survival); Utopians at Bay (1958) on his impressions of Israel; and Liberty, Laughter and Tears (1968).

Horace Kallen was married to the former Rachel Oatman Van Arsdale. They had two children, Harriet S. Haines and David J. Kallen, and six grandchildren.

Notes:

[1] New York Times, 17 Feb 1974, p. 66.

[2] Ibid. p. 66.


Scope and Content Note

The papers of the educator and philosopher, Horace M. Kallen, contain materials relating to his long career and interest in philosophy, humanism, religion, civil rights, consumerism, education, and Zionism. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, newsclippings, reports, papers, speeches, printed and miscellaneous materials. The Papers span the period 1902 to 1975 with the bulk of the material occurring prior to 1921 and after 1940. The gap in the Kallen Collection for the 1920s and 1930s is a result of the donation of a large segment of his papers in 1954 to the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in five (5) series:

  • Series A. Correspondence. 1902-1978.
  • Series B. Subject Files. 1921-1973, undated.
  • Series C. Manuscript Material. undated.
  • Series D. Printed Material. undated.
  • Series E. Miscellaneous. 1906-1979, undated.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access

The collection is open for use. The file for T.S. Eliot, box 8, folder 26, is restricted. The Eliot family retains copyright to the writings of T.S. Eliot. Requests to see this file must be made, in writing, to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. Persons maing application should state the nature, purpose and scope of their project, as well as their intended use of the Eliot material.

Terms of Reproduction and Use

Copyright restrictions may apply. Authorization to publish, quote, or reproduce, with exceptions for fair use, may be obtained through the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio. Please address queries to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. For more information, see the American Jewish Archives copyright information webpage.


Related Material

Related Collections

Horace M. Kallen Papers, 1922-1952, RG-317, YIVO Institute of Jewish Research, New York, N.Y. Finding aid available online.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Footnotes and bibliographic references should refer to the Horace Mayer Kallen Papers and the American Jewish Archives. A suggestion for at least the first citation is as follows:

[Description], [Date], Horace M. Kallen Papers, MS-1, Box [#], Folder [#]. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Horace M. Kallen papers were donated by Dr. Kallen, and, after his death, by his wife, Rachel Kallen. The papers were received by the American Jewish Archives in many segments over an eighteen year period from 1963 to 1980. In 1998 the Archives received an additional supplement of materials from Dr. Sarah Schmidt on behalf of Kallen's daughter, Harriet Kallen Haines. This material, consisting of letters from Dr. and Mrs. Kallen to Mrs. Haines, covers the years 1930-1978. In 1998, the Archives also received the letters and papers of Miriam Kallen [sister], donated by Kallen's son, David Kallen.

Processing Information

Processed by American Jewish Archives staff.


Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Correspondence. 1902-1978.[43 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: A bracketed item following an entry indicates that this topic is also included in the same folder. Also, bracketed items are sometimes listed as regular entries elsewhere on the container list and therefore, should be checked for more information.
Arrangement Note: Arranged into three subseres: Subseries 1. Personal Correspondence, Subseries 2. Family Correspondence, and Subseries 3. Organizational Correspondence.
Arrangement of the correspondence within each of the subseries is alphabetical by correspondent and chronological thereunder.
Subseries 1. Personal Correspondence. 1902-1975.[33 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of incoming and outgoing letters. General folders are used where quantity of lack of importance did not warrant the creation of separate folders. Unidentifiable correspondence is placed at the end of this sub-series. A few of the many correspondents of interest in this subseries include: Louis Brandeis, T. S. Eliot, Hannah Arendt, George Santayana, Mary Antin, William James, John Dewey, Henrietta Szold, Jacob de Haas, Rachael Brooks, Stephen S. Wise, and Van Meter Ames.
Box Folder
1 1 A, General.
1 2 Abel, Reuben. 1953-1965.
1 3 Abromowitz, Mort. 1965-1971.
1 4 Ackerman, Robert. 1964-1973.
1 5 Adachi, Yashushi. 1970-1971.
1 6 Adams, James. 1959-1965.
1 7 Agus, Jacob B. 1962.
1 8 Aikin, Conrad. 1952-1963.
1 9 Aiken, Henry. 1964.
1 10 Alexander, Herbert. 1919-1921.
1 11 Alexander, Matthias. 1918-1961.
1 12 Alschuler, Rose. 1919-1973.
1 13 Alven, Wesley. 1948-1962.
1 14 Ames, Adelbert. 1952-1956.
1 15 Ames, Van Meter. 1937-1959.
1 16 Ames, Van Meter. 1960-1963.
1 17 Ames, Van Meter. 1964-1968.
1 18 Ames, Van Meter. 1969-1970.
1 19 Ames, Van Meter. 1971-1974.
Box Folder
2 1 Angell, Norman. 1920.
2 2 Annes, Paul G. 1953-1964.
2 3 Anshen, Ruth Nanda. 1962-1969.
2 4 Antin, Mary. 1916-1918.
2 5 Arendt, Hannah. 1946-1973.
2 6 Armstrong, Donald B. 1917.
2 7 Arnold, Melvin. 1953.
2 8 Aronsohn, Herman. 1917.
2 9 Aronson, Moses J. 1952-1953.
2 10 Asch, Solomon. 1955-1960.
2 11 Ascoli, Max. 1953-1968.
2 12 Atkinson, Brooks. 1957.
2 13 Austill Allen. 1964-1973.
[New School for Social Research]
2 14 Axtelle, George. 1956-1967.
[Southern Illinois University]
2 15 B, General.
2 16 Ba, General.
2 17 Baker, Newton D. 1918-1919.
2 18 Baldwin, Roger. 1920-1972.
2 19 Bardin, Ruth Jonas. 1957-1972.
2 20 Bardin, Shlomo. 1963-1973.
[The Brandeis Institute]
2 21 Barnard, Harry. 1963-1973.
2 22 Barnes, Albert. 1918-1940.
2 23 Barnes, Harry Elmer. 1920-1959.
[scattered]
2 24 Barzin, Marcel. 1953.
2 25 Baym, Max I. 1962.
2 26 Be, General.
2 27 Beard, Charles A. 1920-1947.
2 28 Benjamin, Edward B. 1959-1960.
2 29 Bentley, Eric. 1959.
2 30 Ben-Asher, H. 1956-1957.
2 31 Ben-Horin, Meir. 1946-1972.
2 32 Bergson, H. 1910-1927.
Box Folder
3 1 Berkowitz, Simcha. 1970.
3 2 Berkowitz, William. 1962-1963.
[Congregation B'nai Jeshurun (New York, N.Y.)]
3 3 Berkson, Isaac B. 1960-1970.
3 4 Berman, Eleanor. 1949-1969.
3 5 Berman, Philip. 1954-1962.
3 6 Bernays, Edward L. 1953-1968.
3 7 Bernstein, David. 1914-1955.
3 8 Bi, General.
3 9 Billikopf, Jacob. 1915-1964.
3 10 Birenbaum, William. 1961-1967.
3 11 Birenbaum, William. 1968-1970.
3 12 Birenbaum, William. 1971-May 1972.
3 13 Birenbaum, William. June-December 1972.
3 14 Birenbaum, William. January-April 1973.
3 15 Birenbaum, William. May-June 1973.
3 16 Birenbaum, William. July 1973-1974.
[Staten Island Community College and New School for Social Research]
3 17 Birenbaum, William.
[Manuscripts]
Box Folder
4 1 Bl, General.
4 2 Black, Hugo. 1966-1971.
4 3 Bo, General.
4 4 Boas, George. 1953-1968.
4 5 Boni, Charles. 1929-1930.
4 6 Borghi, Lamberto. 1948-1973.
4 7 Bourne, Randolph. 1917.
4 8 Bowen, E. R. 1946-1970.
4 9 Br, General.
4 10 Brandeis, Louis D. 1913-1915.
4 11 Brandeis, Louis D. 1916-1941.
[Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs]
4 12 Brauer, Max. 1953-1967.
4 13 Brooks, Rachel. 1918-1921.
4 14 Brooks, Rachel. 1922-1929.
4 15 Brooks, Rachel. 1931-1934.
4 16 Brooks, Rachel.
[Manuscript and undated correspondence]
Box Folder
5 1 Brown, Arthur W. 1952.
5 2 Brown, Heywood C. 1927-1933.
5 3 Brown, Marcus. 1964-1966.
5 4 Brown, Percy S. 1943-1944.
5 5 Brunner, Edmund. 1954.
5 6 Bu, General.
5 7 Bull, Nina. 1952-1953.
5 8 Burkhardt, Frederick. 1947-1957.
5 9 Bush, Wendell T. 1912-1940.
5 10 Bùtow, Hans. 1959.
5 11 Byers, John G. 1952-1954.
5 12 Bynner, Witter. 1959-1969.
5 13 Ca, General.
5 14 Cahn, Edmond. 1952-1959.
5 15 Cahn, Edmond. 1960-1964.
5 16 Campbell, W.A. 1932-1934.
5 17 Cantril, Albert H. 1969.
5 18 Cantril, Hadley. 1921-1956.
5 19 Cantril, Hadley. 1957-1968.
[Institute for International Social Research]
5 20 Caplan, Harry. 1957-1972.
5 21 Cardozo, Benjamin. 1916-1937.
5 22 Ce, General.
Box Folder
6 1 Ch, General.
6 2 Choron, Jacques. 1958-1969.
6 3 Chworowsky, Martin. 1953-1958.
6 4 Chyet, Stanley F. 1963-1974.
[American Jewish Archives]
6 5 Cl, General.
6 6 Clark, Walter Houston. 1954-1965.
6 7 Co, General.
6 8 Cohen, Abraham H. 1949-1973.
6 9 Cohen, Jack J. 1957-1968.
[Society for the Advancement of Judaism, CEJWIN ]
6 10 Comins, Danforth W. 1965-1970.
6 11 Conant, James B. 1959.
6 12 Contreras, Belisario R. 1964-1966.
6 13 Coolidge, J. Randolph. 1918-1919.
6 14 Cousins, Norman. 1966-1968.
6 15 Cowden, Howard A. 1943-1962.
[Consumers Cooperative Association]
Box Folder
7 1 Cr, General.
7 2 Croly, Herbert. 1918-1928.
[The New Republic]
7 3 Cronbach, Abraham. 1927-1963.
7 4 Cu, General.
7 5 D, General.
7 6 Da, General.
7 7 Dana, Harry W. L. 1919-1935.
7 8 Daroff, Samuel H. 1957-1960.
7 9 David, Henry. 1959-1963.
[New School for Social Research]
7 10 Davidson, David. 1972.
7 11 De, General.
7 12 Decter, Moshe. 1963.
[Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews]
7 13 Dewey, John. 1911-1916.
7 14 Dewey, John. 1917-1959.
7 15 Di, General.
7 16 Diamond, Mary. 1972-1973.
7 17 Do, General.
7 18 Donlin, George B. 1916-1920.
7 19 Douglas, Paul H. 1933-1965.
Box Folder
8 1 Dr, General.
8 2 Drache, Samuel J. 1956-1957.
8 3 Dreiser, Theodore. 1928.
8 4 Dresden, Arnold. 1918-1954.
[scattered]
8 5 Du, General.
8 6 Duggan, Stephen P. 1917-1918.
8 7 Durant, Will. 1924-1968.
8 8 Durst, Joseph. 1957-1960.
8 9 Dushkin, Alexander M. 1916-1970.
8 10 Dykhuizen, George. 1960-1970.
8 11 Ea, General.
8 12 Eaton, Howard. 1918-1960.
8 13 Eby, Kermit. 1953.
8 14 Ed, General.
8 15 Edel, May. 1969-1973.
[Society for Scientific Study of Religion]
8 16 Edelman, Lily. 1957-1960.
[B'nai B'rith]
8 17 Edelson, Zvi. 1969.
8 18 Edelstein, Nathan L. 1953.
8 19 Edman, Irwin. 1948.
8 20 Ehrmann, Herbert B. 1928.
8 21 Ei, General.
8 22 Einstein, Albert. 1928-1932.
8 23 Eisenstein, Ira. 1931-1973.
[Society for the Advancement of Judaism]
8 24 Eister, Allan W. 1957-1965.
[Society for the Scientific Study of Religion]
8 25 El, General.
8 26 Eliot, T.S. Restricted.1933-1956.
8 27 Em, General.
8 28 Emerson, Kenneth. 1956-1962.
8 29 En, General.
8 30 Engel, Irving M. 1948-1954.
8 31 Engleman, Uriah Z. 1954.
[Commission for the Study of Jewish Education in the United States]
8 32 Ep, General.
8 33 Er, General.
8 34 Erikson, Eric H. 1960.
8 35 Ernst, Morris B. 1929-1955.
8 36 Ernst, Roger. 1927-1954.
Box Folder
9 1 Et, General.
9 2 Ettlinger, Hyman. 1954-1969.
9 3 Eu, General.
9 4 Ev, General.
9 5 Evans, Charles. 1970-1972.
9 6 Everett, John R. 1964-1973.
9 7 Fa, General.
9 8 Farber, Marvin. 1915-1974.
9 9 Farrar, John. 1921-1964.
9 10 Farrell, James T. 1942-1973.
9 11 Fe, General.
9 12 Feibleman, James. 1953-1961.
9 13 Ferber, Edna. 1919-1922.
9 14 Fernandez-Marina, R. 1962.
9 15 Feuer, Lewis. 1953-1974.
9 16 Feuerring, Gertrude. 1958.
9 17 Fi, General.
9 18 Fine, Benjamin. 1957-1962.
9 19 Finkel, Samuel B. 1958-1959.
9 20 Fischer, Louis. 1920-1965.
9 21 Fl, General.
9 22 Flagler, Palen. 1971-1973.
[Oceanic Educational Foundation]
9 23 Flexner, Bernard. 1917-1929.
9 24 Florsheim, Richard A. 1955-1973.
9 25 Fo, General.
9 26 Fogelson, Marion. 1954-1962.
9 27 Fr, General.
Box Folder
10 1 Frankenstein, Carl. 1948-1957.
10 2 Frankenstein, Carl. 1958-1964.
10 3 Frankenstein, Carl. 1965-1970.
10 4 Frankenstein, Carl. 1971-1974.
10 5 Frankfurter, Felix. 1914-1964.
10 6 Friedman, Elisha M. 1919-1920.
10 7 Friedman, Minna. 1953-1962.
10 8 Friess, Horace L. 1959-1972.
[The American Ethical Union; Society for the Scientific Study of Religion]
10 9 Fu, General.
10 10 G, General.
10 11 Ga, General.
10 12 Ge, General.
10 13 Gh, General.
10 14 Gi, General.
10 15 Gl, General.
10 16 Glatzer, Nathum N. 1962-1967.
10 17 Go, General.
10 18 Goldberg, Isaac. 1929-1933.
10 19 Golden, Harry. 1956-1970.
10 20 Goldman, Nahum. 1933-March 1936.
10 21 Goldman, Nahum. April 1936-1966.
Box Folder
11 1 Goldstein, Israel. 1953-1972.
[American Jewish Congress]
11 2 Goldstein, Philip R. 1932-1961.
11 3 Goldstein, Philip R. 1962-1970.
11 4 Goldy, Dan. 1955-1958.
11 5 Gomezano, Benjamin. 1960-1961.
11 6 Goodman, Saul L. 1954-1973.
[Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute]
11 7 Gordon, Milton M. 1959-1963.
11 8 Gosier, Lester J. 1952-1970.
11 9 Gotesky, Rubin. 1948-1955.
11 10 Gotesky, Rubin. 1956-1958.
11 11 Gotesky, Rubin. 1959-1961.
11 12 Gotesky, Rubin. 1962-1964.
11 13 Gotesky, Rubin. 1965-1967.
11 14 Gotesky, Rubin. 1968-1970.
11 15 Gotesky, Rubin. 1971-1973.
[Northern Illinois University]
Box Folder
12 1 Gottheil, Richard. 1914-1918.
12 2 Gottschalk, Alfred. 1971.
12 3 Gr, General.
12 4 Grad, Eli. 1972.
12 5 Greene, Maxine. 1962-1967.
12 6 Greenough, Fred J. 1965-1973.
12 7 Greenough, William. 1967-1969.
12 8 Greenspan, Hank. 1973-1974.
12 9 Gropper, William. 1969.
12 10 Grossbard, Saul. 1920-1921.
12 11 Gruen, William. 1953-1960.
12 12 Grunwald, Kurt. 1952-1962.
12 13 Gu, General.
12 14 Gutman, James. 1967-1973.
12 15 H, General.
12 16 Ha, General.
12 17 Haas, Jacob de. 1915-1939.
[Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs; Zionist Organization of America]
12 18 Haber, William. 1952-1972.
12 19 Haffkine, Waldeman M. 1916-1919.
12 20 Hale, Edward E. 1903-1906.
12 21 Hallenbeck, Wilbur C. 1960-1962.
12 22 Halpern, Ben. 1954-1972.
[Jewish Agency for Palestine]
12 23 Hamilton, Walter H. 1927-1957.
Box Folder
13 1 He, General.
13 2 Heard, Gerald. 1952-1953.
13 3 Hendrikson, Andres. 1952-1960.
13 4 Henle, Mary. 1948-1972.
13 5 Hershaft, Alex. 1963-1973.
[League for Religious Freedom in Israel]
13 6 Hertzberg, Arthur. 1972-1973.
13 7 Hi, General.
13 8 Hirschfield, Gerhard. 1959-1963.
13 9 Ho, General.
13 10 Hoagland, Robert S. 1968-1974.
13 11 Hocking, Richard. 1962-1964.
[Emory University]
13 12 Holbrook, John. 1973-1974.
[Foundation for Studies of Modern Science]
13 13 Holt, Edwin B. 1910-1945.
13 14 Hook, Sidney. 1933-1969.
13 15 Hosiosky, Issai. 1952-1972.
13 16 Hoxie, R. Gordon. 1965-1968.
[Long Island University]
13 17 Hu, General.
13 18 Huang Wen-Shen. 1953-1973.
[American Academy of Chinese Culture]
Box Folder
14 1 Hurwitz, Henry. 1914-1952.
14 2 Hurwood, David L. 1962-1963.
14 3 Hutchins, Robert M. 1929-1961.
14 4 Hy, General.
14 5 Hyman, George M. 1930-1956.
14 6 I, General.
14 7 J, General.
14 8 Jackson, Gardner. 1928-1929.
14 9 Jackson, Gardner. 1930-1955.
14 10 Jacobs, Maurice. 1948-1955.
14 11 Jacobsohn, Peter. 1953-1955.
[American Friends of Hebrew University]
14 12 Jacobson, Edmond. 1924-1963.
14 13 Jaffe, Sam. 1932-1974.
14 14 James, Alice H. 1911-1921.
[Mrs. William James]
14 15 James, Henry. 1911-1937.
14 16 James, William, Jr. 1910-1961.
14 17 James, William, Sr. 1903-1910.
14 18 Janowsky, Oscar I. 1953-1967.
14 19 Jansen, Roy. 1955.
14 20 Jastrow, Joseph. 1911-1929.
14 21 Javits, Jacob. 1959-1962.
14 22 Je, General.
14 23 The Jewish Frontier.1957-1969.
[Marie Syrkin]
14 24 Jewish Newsletter.1949-1958.
Box Folder
15 1 Jo, General.
15 2 Johnson, Alvin. 1922-1971.
[New School for Social Research; Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences]
15 3 Johnson, Edna. 1953-1955.
15 4 Johnson, F. Ernest. 1949-1951.
15 5 Johnson, Lyndon B. 1973.
15 6 Johnson, Martyn. 1917-1918.
[The Dial]
15 7 Jonas, Hans. 1955-1973.
15 8 Jones, A. 1918-1921.
15 9 Jones, Howard Mumford. 1921-1962.
15 10 Jordan, David Starr. 1915-1917.
[Central Organization for a Durable Peace]
15 11 Jordan, David Starr. 1915-1917.
[Central Organization for a Durable Peace]
15 12 Jung, Leo. 1957-1969.
[The Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences]
15 13 Ka, General.
15 14 Ka, General.
15 15 Kane, Irving. 1952-1972.
[National Community Relations Advisory Council]
15 16 Kanev, Itzhak. 1956-1963.
15 17 Kanter, Alex. 1917.
15 18 Kaplan, Abbott. 1960-1964.
15 19 Kaplan, Jack M. 1953-1971.
15 20 Kaplan, Kivie. 1966-1972.
15 21 Kaplan, Louis. 1965-1973.
[Wallingford, Pa.]
15 22 Kaplan, Louis L. 1960-1974.
[Baltimore Hebrew College]
15 23 Kaplan, Mordecai M. 1951-1971.
[Jewish Reconstruction Foundation]
15 24 Katsch, Abraham I. 1954-1968.
15 25 Ke, General.
15 26 Kellogg, Spencer. 1919.
Box Folder
16 1 Keppel, Francis. 1955-1965.
16 2 Kester, Howard. 1953-1955.
[Fellowship of Southern Churchmen]
16 3 Ki, General.
16 4 Kl, General.
16 5 Klein, Edward E. 1948-1973.
16 6 Kn, General.
16 7 Ko, General.
16 8 Koffka, Kurt. 1929-1933.
16 9 Kohn, Hans. 1932-1956.
16 10 Komroff, Manuel. 1928-1973.
16 11 Konvitz, Josef. 1963-1973.
16 12 Konvitz, Milton R. 1919-1953.
16 13 Konvitz, Milton R. 1954-1955.
16 14 Konvitz, Milton R. 1956-1957.
16 15 Konvitz, Milton R. 1958-1959.
16 16 Konvitz, Milton R. 1960-1961.
16 17 Konvitz, Milton R. 1962-1963.
Box Folder
17 1 Konvitz, Milton R. 1964-1965.
17 2 Konvitz, Milton R. 1966-1967.
17 3 Konvitz, Milton R. 1968-1969.
17 4 Konvitz, Milton R. 1970-1971.
17 5 Konvitz, Milton R. 1972.
17 6 Konvitz, Milton R. 1973-1974.
17 7 Kopstein, Max A. 1953-1957.
17 8 Kr, General.
17 9 Ku, General.
17 10 Kullmann, Eugene. 1948-1965.
17 11 Kulp, Ben. 1953-1960.
17 12 Kunitz, Stanley J. 1952-1953.
17 13 Kurland, Philip. 1953.
17 14 Kurtz, Paul. 1967-1968.
17 15 Le, General.
Box Folder
18 1 La Follette, Robert M. 1919-1933.
18 2 Lasker, Loula D. 1955.
[Hadassah Newsletter]
18 3 Lamont, Corliss. 1930-1960.
18 4 Lamont, Corliss. 1961-1973.
18 5 Le, General.
18 6 Lean, Martin. 1961-1964.
[Conference on Methods in Philosophy and the Sciences]
18 7 Lehman, Herbert. 1940-1957.
18 8 Lemann, Monte M. 1916-1955.
18 9 Lengyel, Cornel. 1953-1973.
18 10 Levin, Samuel. 1922-1953.
18 11 Levine, Hillel. 1968-1969.
18 12 Levitas, Saul. 1948-1956.
18 13 Lewin, Gertrude. 1955-1957.
[Mrs. Kurt Lewin]
18 14 Lewis, Joseph. 1953-1955.
18 15 Leys, Wayne A. R. 1948-1971.
18 16 Li, General.
18 17 Lieberman, Saul. 1958-1959.
18 18 Lifshitz, J. 1972-1974.
18 19 Lindheim, Norwin R. 1920.
18 20 Lippman, Morris. 1970-1972.
18 21 Lippman, Walter. 1916-1932.
18 22 Lipsky, Louis. 1913-1918.
[Federation of American Zionists]
18 23 Lipson, Isaac. 1917-1960.
18 24 Liveright, A. A. 1957-1966.
[Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults]
18 25 Liveright Publishing Co. 1923-1959.
Box Folder
19 1 Lo, General.
19 2 Locke, Alain. 1946-1959.
19 3 Logan, Rayford W. 1955-1956.
19 4 Loemker, Leroy E. 1963-1968.
19 5 Loring, Lee. 1930-1954.
19 6 Loring, Lee. 1955-1963.
19 7 Lovett, Robert M.
[The New Republic]
19 8 Lowe, Adolph. 1948-1973.
19 9 Lowenthal, Marvin. 1916-1967.
[Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs; Zionist Bureau for Pacific Coast; Zionist Organization of America]
19 10 Lowenthal, Max. 1955-1966.
19 11 Lown, Philip W. 1953-1961.
19 12 Lown, Philip W. 1962.
[American Association for Jewish Education]
19 13 Lu, General.
19 14 Lubin, Simon J. 1920-1934.
19 15 Ludwig, Ruth. 1915-1956.
19 16 Ludwig, Ruth. 1957-1974.
[American Committee for Social Research in Israel]
19 17 Lundberg, Ferdinand. 1959-1961.
[Conference on Methods in Philosophy and the Sciences]
19 18 Luria, Alexander R. 1929-1972.
19 19 Ly, General.
Box Folder
20 1 Mc, General.
20 2 McCarroll, Tolbert H. 1963-1966.
20 3 McCarthy, Mary. 1953-1957.
20 4 McGrew, Dallas. 1971-1974.
20 5 McMurrin, Sterling M. 1964-1971.
20 6 McWilliams, Carey. 1956-1964.
20 7 Ma, General.
20 8 Mac, General.
20 9 MacIver, Robert M. 1953-1968.
20 10 Mack, Julian. 1915-1932.
20 11 MacKendrick, Alex. 1919-1930.
20 12 Macy, Helen. 1963.
20 13 Madison, Charles A. 1926-1973.
20 14 Makover, A. B. 1917.
[Intercollegiate Zionist Association]
20 15 Marcus, Jacob R. 1962-1964.
[American Jewish Archives]
20 16 Marks, Robert W. 1953-1968.
20 17 Marrow, Alfred. 1951-1960.
20 18 Marrow, Alfred. 1961-1964.
20 19 Marrow, Alfred. 1965-1969.
20 20 Marrow, Alfred. 1970-1973.
20 21 Marsh, Robert C. 1954.
20 22 Marshall, Frank. 1969-1972.
20 23 Marshall, James. 1959-1973.
20 24 Marshall, Louis. 1920.
Box Folder
21 1 Martin, Donald. 1948-1965.
21 2 Martin, Donald. 1969-1971.
21 3 Martin, Donald. 1972.
21 4 Martin, Donald. 1973.
21 5 Martin, Donald. 1974-1975.
[The Cooperative League of the United States]
21 6 Martin, Everett D. 1920-1929.
21 7 Marx, Louis. 1949-1962.
21 8 Mayer, Carl. 1955-1967.
21 9 Mayer, Clara W. 1952-1969.
[New School For Social Research]
21 10 Mayhall, Jane. 1954-1961.
21 11 Mayhall, Jane. 1962-1966.
21 12 Mayhall, Jane. 1967-1971.
21 13 Mayhall, Jane. 1972-1974.
21 14 Maynard, A. K. 1918-1920.
21 15 Maynard, Frieda. 1919-1920.
21 16 Me, General.
21 17 Mead, Margaret. 1954-1960.
21 18 Meenes, Max. 1969.
21 19 Mencken, Henry L. 1927-1937.
21 20 Meyer, Agnes. 1953-1954.
Box Folder
22 1 Mi, General.
22 2 Michelson, Leo. 1959-1971.
22 3 Middleton, George. 1932-1960.
22 4 Midstream. 1965-1967.
[Shlomo Katz]
22 5 Milner, Joseph. 1930-1963.
22 6 Minster, Joe. 1966-1969.
22 7 Mitchell, Wesley C. 1920-1946.
22 8 Mo, General.
22 9 Moe, Henry Allen. 1930-1961.
22 10 Moehlman, Arthur B. 1946-1961.
22 11 Moehlman, Conrad H. 1946-1960.
22 12 Mohl, Emanuel N. 1915-1929.
[Zionist Organization of America]
22 13 Montagu, Ashley. 1952-1973.
22 14 Mooney, Ross L. 1954-1957.
22 15 Moore, Hugh. 1955-1964.
22 16 Moore, Marianne. 1927-1928.
[The Dial]
22 17 Morgen, Hera. 1955-1956.
22 18 Morgen, Hera. 1957-April 1958.
22 19 Morgen, Hera. May 1958-1972.
22 20 Morgenbesser, Sidney. 1958-1973.
22 21 Morris, Charles. 1948-1973.
Box Folder
23 1 Mu, General.
23 2 Munro, Thomas. 1948-1954.
23 3 Munsterburg, H. 1905-1913.
23 4 Muraychik, Emanuel. 1959.
[Jewish Labor Committee]
23 5 My, General.
23 6 Myers, Francis. 1952-1958.
23 7 Myers, Mason C. 1962-1963.
[Northern Illinois University]
23 8 Na, General.
23 9 Nagel, Ernst. 1953-1954.
23 10 Nance, Harry. 1960.
23 11 Nathan, Otto. 1946-1972.
23 12 Nathanson, Jerome. 1949-1961.
23 13 Nathanson, Maurice. 1952-1971.
23 14 Ne, General.
23 15 Nelson, Benjamin. 1960-1972.
[Society for the Scientific Study of Religion]
23 16 Nelson, Dalmas H. 1970-1972.
[San Fernando Valley State College]
23 17 Neurath, Marie. 1957-1958.
23 18 Neurath, Otto. 1945-1957.
23 19 Ni, General.
23 20 Niles, David. 1929.
23 21 No, General.
23 22 Northern Illinois University. 1967-1972.
23 23 Norton, John K. 1930-1949.
23 24 Nostrand, Howard Lee. 1953-1954.
23 25 Noveck, Simon. 1955.
23 26 Nu-Ny, General.
23 27 O, General.
23 28 Offenberg, Isador. 1957-1963.
23 29 Ogden, R. M. 1930-1948.
Box Folder
24 1 Oko, Adolph S. and Dorothy. 1915-1959.
24 2 Oko, Adolph S. and Dorothy. 1960-1972.
24 3 Ol, General.
24 4 Oleson, Catherine. 1955-1960.
24 5 Olsen, Robert G. 1957.
24 6 Or, General.
24 7 Orgel, Irene. 1953-1955.
24 8 Os, General.
24 9 Osgood, John. 1956.
24 10 Ostow, Mortimer R. 1960.
24 11 Otis, Donald C. 1963-1973.
24 12 Otto, Max 1918-1961.
24 13 Owen, George W. 1919.
24 14 Owens, Claire Myers. 1964.
24 15 Pa, General.
24 16 Papanek, Ernst. 1961-1965.
24 17 Parker, Benjamin M. 1953.
24 18 Parker, James. 1952-1967.
24 19 Parker, Rachael Neely. 1962-1973.
24 20 Pasch, Alan. 1955-1964.
24 21 Passow, A. H. 1953.
24 22 Patai, Raphael. 1956-1961.
24 23 Pe, General.
24 24 Pearson, John. 1954-1955.
24 25 Pekarsky, Maurice. 1948-1962.
24 26 Pemberton, Pretiss. 1959-1961.
24 27 Perry, Bernard. 1955-1958.
24 28 Perry, Ralph Barton. 1911-1932.
24 29 Perry, Wolf. 1960-1961.
24 30 Peterson, Donald. 1920-1973.
24 31 Pf, General.
24 32 Pfeffer, Leo. 1957-1972.
24 33 Ph, General.
Box Folder
25 1 Pi, General.
25 2 Piel, Gerald. 1959-1971.
25 3 Pierce, Nathaniel. 1967-1973.
25 4 Pilch, Judah. 1953-1960.
25 5 Pilch, Judah. 1961-1974.
[National Curriculum Research Institute; American Association for Jewish Education]
25 6 Pilch, Ora and Yosef. 1956-1957.
25 7 Piscator, Maria. 1959-1961.
25 8 Pitkin, Walter B. 1927-1931.
25 9 Pl, General.
25 10 Po, General.
25 11 Podet, Mordecai. 1959.
25 12 Polier, Shad. 1952-1965.
25 13 Pollack, Herman. 1969-1974.
25 14 Pollak, Myrna. 1969-1974.
[Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Dimensions in American Judaism]
25 15 Porter, Willis P. 1953-1954.
25 16 Potofsky, Jacob S. 1952-1973.
25 17 Pr, General.
25 18 Prinz, Joachim. 1956-1973.
25 19 Pruette, Lorine. 1928-1960.
[Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America]
25 20 Proskauer, Joseph M. 1918-1958.
25 21 Pu, General.
25 22 R, General.
25 23 Ra, General.
25 24 Rabinowitz, Louis. 1956.
25 25 Raeburn, Ben. 1954-1972.
25 26 Rafton, Harold R. 1959-1963.
25 27 Ramsaye, Terry. 1926-1930.
25 28 Ratner, Joseph. 1961-1963.
25 29 Ratner, Sidney. 1946-1956.
25 30 Ratner, Sidney. 1957-1971.
25 31 Re, General.
25 32 Reitmeister, Louis Aaron. 1971-1973.
25 33 Resnick, Nat. 1966-1974.
Box Folder
26 1 Ri, General.
26 2 Ribalow, Harold U. 1953-1959.
26 3 Rice, Philip B. 1954.
26 4 Rice, Raymond. 1948.
26 5 Rieger, Arnold. 1970-1973.
26 6 Riesman, David. 1953-1960.
26 7 Rine, Victor. 1955.
26 8 Rischin, Moses. 1953-1973.
26 9 Ro, General.
26 10 Robbins, Seymour. 1954-1956.
26 11 Roberts, Harry W. 1959.
26 12 Robertson, Priscilla. 1957-1958.
26 13 Rogers, Raymond. 1953-1954.
26 14 Rohmann, Paul H. 1956-1961.
[The Antioch Press]
26 15 Roland, Charles. 1929-1931.
26 16 Rollin, Lucien. 1953-1956.
26 17 Rounds, Ralph S. 1918.
26 18 Roseman, Richard. 1953.
26 19 Rosenberg, James N. 1928-1952-1954.
26 20 Rosenblatt, William. 1920-1944.
26 21 Rosensohn, William L. 1960.
26 22 Rosenthal, Leighton A. 1955-1971.
26 23 Rosenthal, Samuel. 1951-1957.
26 24 Rothstein, Jay. 1970-1971.
26 25 Ru, General.
26 26 Rubin, David. 1917-1959.
26 27 Rubinow, Raymond S. 1960-1973.
26 28 Russak, Ben and Margaret Sperry. 1918-1961.
26 29 Russell, Bertrand. 1907-1962.
26 30 Russell, J. Porter. 1918-1919.
26 31 S, General.
26 32 Sa, General.
26 33 Sachar, Abram L. 1956-1962.
26 34 Salerno, George. 1966-1973.
26 35 Salzman, Alexander E. 1959.
26 36 Santayana, George. 1903-1946.
26 37 Sarton, George. 1917-1955.
Box Folder
27 1 Sc, General.
27 2 Schaffner, Joseph Halle. 1953-1972.
27 3 Schapsmeier, Frederick H. 1963-1964.
27 4 Scheffler, Israel. 1960-1961.
27 5 Schiff, Jacob H. 1911-1919.
27 6 Schiller, F.C.S. 1907-1937.
27 7 Schillinger, Joseph. 1940-1972.
27 8 Schinner, Robert. 1962.
27 9 Schlaretzki, W. E. 1963-1964.
27 10 Schneider, Herbert W. 1930-1954.
[scattered]
27 11 Schoen, Max. 1946-1957.
27 12 Schmidt, Manfred and Sarah. 1972-1974.
27 13 Schmidt, Sarah.
[Manuscripts]
27 14 Schoolman, Albert and Bertha. 1952-1973.
27 15 Schwartz, Bernard. 1952-1953.
27 16 Schwarz, Leo W. 1952-1965.
27 17 Scott, Frederick J. Down. 1971-1973.
27 18 Se, General.
27 19 Selekman, Ben. 1960-1961.
27 20 Seligman, Herbert. 1972-1974.
27 21 Sh, General.
27 22 Shannon, Edgar F. 1972-1974.
27 23 Shapiro, David. 1915-1920.
[Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs]
27 24 Shapiro, Jonathan. 1963.
27 25 Shapiro, Nathan D. 1952-1961.
27 26 Sharfman, I. Leo. 1917-1969.
27 27 Sheffer, Henry M. 1919-1962.
27 28 Sheffer, Mary. 1958-1961.
27 29 Sheffield, A. D. 1928-1955.
27 30 Shepherd, Arthur. 1954-1959.
Box Folder
28 1 Si, General.
28 2 Siegel, R. Lawrence. 1948.
28 3 Silver, Samuel M. 1954.
28 4 Silverman, Hirsch Lazaar. 1968-1971.
28 5 Simberkoff, H.M. 1956-1957.
28 6 Simon, Ernst. 1954-1960.
28 7 Simon Fraser University. 1966-1968.
28 8 Simon, Leon. 1915-1919.
28 9 Simons, Hans. 1950-1956.
28 10 Simons, Hans. 1957-1972.
[New School for Social Research]
28 11 Singer, Robert. 1961-1962.
28 12 Sl, General.
28 13 Slochower, Harry. 1953-1960.
28 14 Slonim, Gilven M. 1966-1973.
[Navy League of the United States; Oceanic Educational Foundation]
28 15 Sm, General.
28 16 Smith, Jacqueline. 1971-1973.
28 17 Smith, Warren Allen. 1953-1959.
28 18 Smith, William Jay. 1959.
28 19 So, General.
28 20 Sobeloff, Simon E. 1953-1966.
28 21 Social Research. 1958-1967.
[Hans Staudinger]
28 22 Solis-Cohen, Emily. 1920-1921.
28 23 Solomon, Gus J. 1959-1967.
28 24 Southern Illinois University. 1955.
[Kenneth W. Duckett; Cooperative Research on Dewey Publications]
28 25 Sp, General.
28 26 Spencer, Lyle M. 1962-1963.
Box Folder
29 1 St, General.
29 2 Stamler, Jeremiah. 1965-1967.
29 3 Stark, Charles W. 1963-1972.
29 4 Starr, Harry. 1949-1954.
29 5 Staudinger, Hans. 1948-1969.
[New School for Social Research]
29 6 Stavitsky, Michael A. 1949-1962.
29 7 Stearns, Harold. 1918.
[The Dial]
29 8 Stern, William. 1959.
[The Workmen's Circle]
29 9 Strauss, Nathan. 1916-1931.
29 10 Strauss, Roger W. 1951-1953.
29 11 Su, General.
29 12 Sullivan, John. 1959-1960.
29 13 Sulkow, Martin. 1956-1974.
29 14 Sulzberger, Cyrus L. 1917-1928.
29 15 Swift, Arthur L. 1957.
29 16 Syrkin, Marie. 1960-1963.
29 17 Syrkin, Nahum. 1918-1973.
29 18 Szasz, Thomas. 1973.
29 19 Szold, Henrietta. 1913-1921.
[Hadassah]
29 20 Szold, Robert. 1931-1961.
29 21 Ta, General.
29 22 Taylor, Harold. 1948-1958.
29 23 Te, General.
29 24 Tead, Ordway. 1942-1962.
29 25 Teitlebaum, Robert. 1953.
29 26 Textor, Robert B. 1960-1962.
29 27 Th, General.
29 28 Thayer, Vivian T. and Florence. 1920-1971.
29 29 "This I Believe." 1953.
29 30 Thomas, Charles C. 1961-1965.
29 31 Thompson, William G. 1928-1929.
29 32 Ti, General.
29 33 Tillim, Sydney. 1957-1958.
29 34 Tipton, James H. 1946-1973.
29 35 To, General.
29 36 Tr, General.
29 37 Travis, Marion M. 1918.
29 38 Tu, General.
29 39 Tw, General.
29 40 Twayne Publishing Co. 1954.
[Jacob Steinberg]
Box Folder
30 1 U, General.
30 2 Ulrich, Robert. 1962-1968.
30 3 V, General.
30 4 Vagts, Alfred. 1973.
30 5 Van Doren, Irita. 1926-1933.
30 6 Van Dusen, Hugh. 1960-1961.
30 7 The Vanguard. 1928-1929.
30 8 Velikovsky, Immanuel. 1946-1963.
30 9 Velikovsky, Immanuel. 1964-1969.
30 10 Velikovsky, Immanuel. 1970-1974.
30 11 Velissanatos, Ruth. 1957-1970.
30 12 Viaux, Frederic B. 1955.
30 13 Vidich, Arthur J. 1960.
30 14 Viereck, Peter. 1954.
30 15 Vishny, Paul H. 1956-1962.
[scattered]
30 16 Viteles, Harry. 1954-1967.
30 17 Von Eckardt, Ursula. 1955-1973.
30 18 Voorhis, Jerry. 1962-1964.
[Cooperative League of the United States of America]
30 19 Voss, Carl Hermann. 1953-1972.
30 20 W, General.
30 21 Wa, General.
30 22 Wagner, Robert. 1928-1933.
30 23 Wagner, Robert F. 1955-1960.
30 24 Walker, Ralph T. 1955-1961.
30 25 Wang, Dorly D. 1956-1964.
30 26 We, General.
Box Folder
31 1 Weary, Gerald. 1953.
31 2 Weaver, Earl. 1962.
31 3 Weissenbach, Minna K. 1917-1931.
31 4 Weitz, Martin M. 1965-1970.
31 5 Weitz, Martin M. 1971-1973.
[Lincoln University. Center for Inter-Faith Studies]
31 6 Weizmann, Chaim. 1914-1918.
31 7 Wendell, Barrett. 1902-1913.
31 8 Wendell, Barrett. 1914-1921.
31 9 Westmann, G. (Mrs.). 1957-1960.
31 10 Wh, General.
31 11 White, Howard. 1918-1966.
31 12 Wi, General.
31 13 Wilbur, Earl. 1931-1933.
31 14 Williams, J. Paul. 1959-1971.
31 15 Wilson, Edwin H. 1963-1974.
31 16 Wilson, Woodrow. 1918.
31 17 Winkelman, S. 1917.
31 18 Winslow, Gertrude. 1919.
31 19 Wissot, Jay. 1972-1973.
31 20 Wise, James W. 1931-1933.
31 21 Wise, Stephen S. 1914-1917.
31 22 Wise, Stephen S. 1917-1948.
[Jewish Institute of Religion]
31 23 Wiseman, Saul. 1958-1973.
31 24 Wittenberg, Phillip. 1946-1963.
Box Folder
32 1 Wo-Wy, General.
32 2 Wolfe, Don. 1953-1963.
32 3 Wolff, Werner. 1954-1963.
32 4 Wolfson, Harry. 1915-1972.
32 5 Wolman, Abel. 1972-1973.
32 6 Wolman, Leo. 1920-1961.
32 7 Woodcock, Leslie. 1961-1962.
32 8 Wormuth, Francis D. 1957-1960.
32 9 Wormuth, Francis D. 1960-1966.
32 10 Wormuth, Francis D. 1967-1968.
32 11 Wormuth, Francis D. 1969-September 1970.
32 12 Wormuth, Francis D. October 1970-1971.
32 13 Wormuth, Francis D. 1972-1973.
32 14 Wyzanski, Charles E. 1953-1969.
32 15 Wyner, I. A. 1951-1960.
32 16 Y, General.
32 17 The Yearbook of Education.1964.
32 18 Yurberg, Abe. 1963-1972.
32 19 Z, General.
32 20 Zimmern, Alfred. 1912-1921.
Box Folder
33 1 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 2 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 3 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 4 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 5 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 6 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 7 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
33 8 Unidentified Personal Correspondence. undated.
Subseries 2. Family Correspondence. 1904-1978.[1 Hollinger box]
Scope and Content Note: Of note in this subseries are the Deborah Kallen [sister] letters in which she relates to her brother, Horace, many of her experiences as a teacher in Palestine. Miriam Kallen’s [sister] correspondence includes numerous letters to Phillip Goldstein, head of the Palestine Craft Education Society and of the Deborah Kallen Junior Hadassah Group. Additional family correspondence may be found in boxes 91-95.
Box Folder
34 1 Haines, Donald B. 1952-1965.
[son-in-law; Harriet's husband]
34 2 Haines, Harriet Kallen. 1930-1959.
[daughter]
34 3 Haines, Harriet Kallen. 1960-1978.
[daughter]
34 4 Haines, Harriet Kallen. undated.
[daughter]
34 5 Kallen, David. 1933-1975.
[son]
34 6 Kallen, Deborah. 1904-1927.
[sister]
34 7 Kallen, Deborah. 1928-1951.
34 8 Kallen, Deborah. 1952-1953.
34 9 Kallen, Deborah. 1954-1957.
34 10 Kallen, Dora. 1953-1960.
[sister]
34 11 Kallen grandchildren.
[At the time of his death in 1974, Kallen had six grandchildren; Haines (David, Valerie, and Anne); Kallen (Hugh, Benjy, and Nina).]
34 12 Kallen, Horace M.
34 13 Kallen, Leo. 1930-1966.
[brother] [scattered]
34 14 Kallen, Miriam. 1953-1974.
[sister]
34 15 Kallen, Rachel. 1939-1970.
[wife]
34 16 Kallen, Sue. 1956.
[daughter-in-law]
Subseries 3. Organizational Correspondence. 1910-1974.[9 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Subseries reflects the varied interests of Dr. Kallen in education, civil rights, religion, consumerism, and Zionist affairs. Of interest is the correspondence of the American Jewish Congress and the Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist affairs. The latter contains correspondence with Louis Brandeis concerning Zionist activities from 1914 to 1921.
Box Folder
35 1 A, General.
35 2 A, General.
35 3 Alexander Defense Committee. 1963-1966.
35 4 America-Israel Cultural Foundation. 1957-1966.
35 5 American Academy of Chinese Culture. 1962-1963.
35 6 American-African Affairs Association. 1965-1966.
35 7 American-Afro-Asian Educational Exchange. 1959-1968.
35 8 American-Asian Educational Exchange. 1959-1968.
35 9 American Association for Jewish Education. 1946-1963.
35 10 American Association for Jewish Education. 1964-1965.
35 11 American Association for Jewish Education. 1966-1973.
35 12 American Association of University Professors. 1918-1967.
Box Folder
36 1 American Civil Liberties Union. 1923-1968.
36 2 American Council of Learned Societies. 1927-1957.
36 3 American Economic Committee for Palestine. 1932.
36 4 American Ethical Union. 1953-1970.
36 5 Americans for Progressive Israel - Hashomer Hatzair. 1968.
36 6 Americans for Public Schools. 1966.
36 7 American Friends for Israel Institutions. 1956-1957.
36 8 American Friends of Ichud. 1958-1959.
36 9 American Friends of Religious Freedom in Israel. 1964-1965.
36 10 American Friends of Religious Freedom in Israel. 1966-1971.
36 11 American Humanist Association. 1927-1974.
36 12 American Jewish Committee. 1945-1973.
36 13 American Jewish Congress. 1916-1954.
36 14 American Jewish Congress. 1955-1958.
36 15 American Jewish Congress. 1959-1964.
Box Folder
37 1 American Jewish Congress. 1965-1969.
37 2 American Jewish Congress. 1970-1973.
37 3 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. 1917-1946.
37 4 American Jewish Tercentenary. 1952-1955.
37 5 Americans United. 1962-1972.
37 6 Americans for Progressive Israel. 1966-1971.
37 7 Asian Peoples Anti-Communist League. 1965.
37 8 Association on American Indian Affairs. 1954-1967.
37 9 Atlanta Jewish Community Council. 1963.
37 10 B, General.
37 11 B'nai B'rith. 1933-1973.
37 12 Brandeis Institute. 1964-1970.
[scattered]
37 13 Brandeis Youth Foundation. 1953.
37 14 C, General.
37 15 C, General.
37 16 CEJWIN Camps. 1961-1972.
37 17 Canadian Jewish Congress. 1920-1962.
Box Folder
38 1 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 1964-1971.
38 2 Center for the Study for Liberal Education for Adults. 1953-1968.
38 3 Chaim Zhitlowsky Foundation of Secular Jewish Education. 1969-1973.
38 4 China Institute in America. 1965.
38 5 China Society of America. 1959.
38 6 Committee for One Million. 1953-1966.
38 7 Committee for the Monroe Doctrine. 1963-1967.
[scattered]
38 8 Committee of Forty-Eight. 1919-1920.
[The National Party]
38 9 Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell. 1953-1958.
38 10 Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell. 1959-1961.
38 11 Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell. 1962-1967.
38 12 Conference on Jewish Relations 1948-1949.
38 13 Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews. 1963-1967.
38 14 Congress Mediterraneen de la Culture. 1959-1961.
38 15 Congress for Jewish Culture. 1965-1973.
38 16 Consumers Cooperative Association. 1942-1959.
38 17 Cooperative League of the United States of America. 1920-1973.
38 18 D, General.
38 19 E, General.
38 20 Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. 1963.
38 21 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee. 1958-1963.
Box Folder
39 1 F, General.
39 2 Farband: Labor Zionist Order. 1955-1972.
39 3 Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. 1952-1973.
39 4 Fellowship of Religious Humanists. 1964-1971.
39 5 Frank L. Weil Institute. 1966.
39 6 H, General.
39 7 Hadassah. 1915-1964.
[Henrietta Szold]
39 8 I, General.
39 9 Interamerican Society of Psychology. 1954-1957.
39 10 Intercollegiate Menorah Association. 1917-1921.
39 11 Intercollegiate Zionist Association of America. 1917.
39 12 International Ladies' Garment Worker's Union. 1920-1953 .
[scattered]
39 13 International League for Academic Freedom. 1933-1937.
39 14 J, General.
39 15 Jewish Academy of Arts and Science. 1958-1966.
39 16 Jewish Agency for Israel. 1958-1972.
[scattered]
39 17 Jewish Agency for Palestine. 1954-1964.
39 18 Jewish Education Committee of New York. 1957-1959.
39 19 Jewish Heritage Foundation. 1958-1960.
39 20 Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation. 1956-1970.
39 21 Jewish Social Service Bureau. 1928.
39 22 Jewish Spectator.1956-1973.
Box Folder
40 1 Jewish Teacher's Seminary. 1955-1968.
40 2 Jewish Teacher's Seminary. 1969-1974.
40 3 Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 1910-1972.
40 4 Jewish Welfare Board. 1929-1961.
[scattered]
40 5 Kehillah of New York City. 1953.
40 6 Kutcher Civil Rights Committee. 1958.
40 7 L, General.
40 8 Labor Zionist Organization of America. 1953-1973.
[scattered]
40 9 League for American Citizenship. 1928-1929.
40 10 League for Mutual Aid. 1955-1972.
[scattered]
40 11 League of Free Nations. 1918-1921.
40 12 League to Enforce Peace. 1918-1919.
40 13 Liberal Party. 1954-1959.
[scattered]
40 14 Los Angeles Jewish Community Council. 1946.
40 15 M, General.
40 16 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. 1964-1973.
40 17 N, General.
40 18 N, General.
40 19 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1952-1972.
40 20 National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners. 1933-1936.
40 21 National Community Relations Advisory Council. 1951-1964.
40 22 National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 1955-1968.
40 23 National Curriculum Research Institute. 1960-1967.
[Judah Pilch]
40 24 National Foundation for Jewish Culture. 1961-1965.
Box Folder
41 1 National Jewish Welfare  Board. 1955-1968.
41 2 Navy League of the United States. 1966-1969.
41 3 Navy League of the United States. 1970-1971.
41 4 New School for Social Research. 1948-1968.
41 5 O, General.
41 6 Oceanic Educational Foundation. 1970.
41 7 Oceanic Educational Foundation. 1971.
41 8 Oceanic Educational Foundation. 1972-1973.
[Gilven M. Slonim]
41 9 P, General.
41 10 P.E.N.. 1965-1971.
[scattered]
41 11 Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs. 1914-1915.
41 12 Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs. 1916-1921.
[Louis D. Brandeis]
Box Folder
42 1 R, General.
42 2 Rochdale Institute. 1946-1974.
42 3 S, General.
42 4 Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute. 1959-1968.
42 5 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. 1952-1960.
42 6 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. 1960.
42 7 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. 1961-August 1962.
42 8 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. September 1962-1966.
42 9 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. 1967-1971.
42 10 T, General.
42 11 Theodor Herzl Foundation. 1955-1972.
42 12 U, General.
42 13 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1949-1969.
Box Folder
43 1 United Housing Foundation. 1962-1972.
43 2 United Jewish Appeal. 1960-1967.
43 3 V, General.
43 4 W, General.
43 5 Who's Who (Biographical Data). 1953-1968.
43 6 Wisconsin State League of Zionist Societies. 1917.
43 7 Workmen's Circle. 1971-1973.
43 8 World Conference of Jewish Organizations. 1962-1963.
43 9 World Jewish Congress. 1949-1965.
43 10 World Jewish Congress. 1966-1972.
43 11 World Peace Foundation. 1919.
43 12 World Union for Progressive Judaism. 1967-1970.
43 13 Y, General.
43 14 Yiddish Dictionary Committee. 1955-1969.
43 15 Yiddish Scientific Institute-YIVO. 1948-1969.
43 16 Z, General.
43 17 Zionist Organization of America. 1913-1962.
Series B. Subject Files. 1921-1973, undated.[34 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of organizational material (excluding most correspondence) and specific subjects assigned by Dr. Kallen and the processor which reflect Dr. Kallen's research on books, articles, and speeches. Also, included are reports and minutes from the various organizations with which he was associated. Of special interest is the material on the William Borah controversy which includes some Borah correspondence.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically and covers the period from the teens to the seventies.
Box Folder
44 1 A, General.
44 2 American Board of Professional Psychologists.
44 3 American Civil Liberties Union.
44 4 Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry.
44 5 Aging and the Aged.
44 6 America-Israel Cultural Foundation.
44 7 American-Asian Educational Exchange.
44 8 American Association for Jewish Education.
44 9 American Association of University Professors.
44 10 American Council for the Behavioral Sciences for Social Research-Institute for Social Research.
44 11 American Council for the Behavioral Sciences for Social Research-Institute for Social Research.
Box Folder
45 1 American Council for the Behavioral Sciences for Social Research-Institute for Social Research.
45 2 American Friends of Religious Freedom in Israel.
45 3 American Friends of Religious Freedom in Israel.
45 4 American Humanist Association.
45 5 American Humanist Association.
45 6 American Jewish Congress.
45 7 American Jewish Congress.
Box Folder
46 1 American Jewish Congress.
46 2 American Jewish Congress. Commission on Jewish Communal Affairs.
46 3 American Jewish Congress. Commission on Law and Social Action.
46 4 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Survey and Annual Report on Medico-Sanitary Conditions in Wolhynia. 1921-1922.
46 5 American Jewish Organization.
46 6 American Jewish Tercentenary.
46 7 American Philosophical Association.
46 8 American Professors for Peace in the Middle East.
46 9 Anti-Semitism.
46 10 Arabs.
Box Folder
47 1 Aristotle and Plato.
47 2 Aristotle and Santayana.
47 3 Art.
47 4 Art and Freedom.
47 5 Art, Philosophy of.
47 6 Art, Philosophy of, and Mass Culture.
47 7 Art, Society, and Censorship.
47 8 Arts and Thomas Jefferson.
47 9 Association of University Evening Colleges. Proceedings. Saint Louis. 1953.
47 10 B, General.
47 11 B'nai B'rith.
47 12 Black Power and Education.
47 13 Black Power, White Power and Education.
Box Folder
48 1 Borah, William Controversy.
48 2 Borah, William Controversy.
48 3-4 Borah, William Controversy. 1934-1936.
[Correspondence relating to the controversy between Kallen and Borah over the validity of statements made by Kallen about George Washington]
48 5 Buddhism.
48 6 C, General.
48 7 C, General.
Box Folder
49 1 Censorship-Motion Pictures.
49 2 Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science.
[Former Name: Center for Advanced Study in Theology and the Sciences]
49 3 Chinese.
49 4 Commission for the Defense of Leon Trotsky.
49 5 Committee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell.
49 6 Communication.
49 7-8 Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews, New York City. 12 October 1963.
[Moshe Decter]
49 9 Consumer Cooperation.
Box Folder
50 1 Consumer Cooperative Movement.
50 2 Consumerism.
50 3 Consumerism, Cooperatism and the Idea of the Consumer.
50 4 The Cooperative League of the United States of America.
50 5 Cooperatives.
50 6 Co-ops, Philosophy of.
50 7 Council on Anthropology and Education.
50 8 Creative Imagination.
Box Folder
51 1 Creativity, Imagination, Logic; Meditations for the Eleventh Hour.
51 2 Creativity, Imagination, Logic; Meditations for the Eleventh Hour.
51 3 Creativity, Imagination, Logic; Meditations for the Eleventh Hour.
51 4 Cronbach, Abraham. Anniversary volume. Correspondence. 1931-1933.
51 5 Cultural Pluralism As Idea and As Fact.
51 6 Cultural Pluralism: The Judaisms and the Jews.
51 7 Culture, Arts, and Letters.
Box Folder
52 1 Culture: Mass Culture.
52 2 D, General.
52 3 De Funis vs Odegaard.
52 4 Democracy's True Religion.
52 5 Dewey, John.
52 6 Dewey, John.
52 7 Dewey, John.
52 8 Dominant Ideas in Western Civilization.
52 9 Dominant Ideas in Western Civilization.
Box Folder
53 1 Dominant Ideas in Western Civilization.
53 2 E, General.
53 3 Education.
53 4 Education.
53 5 Education.
53 6 Education. Adult.
Box Folder
54 1 Education. Adult.
54 2 Education. Adult.
54 3 Education. American.
54 4 Education For A Free Society.
54 5 Education. Higher.
54 6 Education. Jewish.
54 7 Education, Philosophy of.
54 8 Epistemology and Science.
54 9 Euthanasia.
54 10 F, General.
Box Folder
55 1 Folio. 1924.
55 2 Form and Formalism in Adult Education: The Adult, His School, His Teacher.
55 3 Foundation for Studies of Modern Science.
55 4 Franklin, Benjamin.
55 5 Freedom.
55 6 Freedom.
55 7 Freedom.
Box Folder
56 1 Freedom. 1955.
56 2 Freedom. 1968-1969.
56 3 Freedom. Student Term Papers.
56 4 Freedom. Student Term Papers.
56 5 Freedom and the Arts.
56 6 Freedom and Western Civilization.
56 7 Friends of Jewish Secular Education.
[Zhitlowsky Foundation for Secular Jewish Education]
56 8 G, General.
56 9 Gandhi Centennial Publication Committee.
Box Folder
57 1 Guttman, Louis.
57 2 Guttman material.
57 3 H, General.
57 4 Harvard University.
57 5 Hebraism and Modernity.
57 6 Herrnstein Controversy.
57 7 Higher Education of Mankind.
57 8 Histradut. General Federation of Jewish Labor in Israel.
57 9 History, Philosophy of.
Box Folder
58 1 Hook-Lamont Case.
58 2 Humanism.
58 3 Humanism.
58 4 Humanism.
58 5 Humanism.
58 6 Humanism.
58 7 Humanism.
Box Folder
59 1 Humanism.
59 2 Humanism. Student Term Papers.
59 3 Humanist Manifesto II.
59 4 Humanistic Judaism.
59 5 I, General.
59 6 Ideals, Dominant, of Western Civilization.
59 7 Ideas, Ideals, Idealism.
59 8 Indian Affairs.
59 9 The Individual in the Modern World.
59 10 The Individual, the Concept of, and Its Implications for Higher Continuing Education.
59 11 Individuality.
Box Folder
60 1 The Ingathered.
60 2 The International Mind: Its Character and Conditions.
60 3 Israel.
60 4 Israel.
60 5 Israel.
60 6 Israel.
60 7 Israel.
60 8 Israel As Fact and As Ideal.
60 9 Israel, The Nation's International Relations.
Box Folder
61 1 Israel, Utopians at Bay.
61 2 Israel, Utopians at Bay.
61 3 J, General.
61 4 James, William.
61 5 Jefferson, Thomas and William James.
61 6 Jefferson, Thomas and Emilie Rousseau.
61 7 Jewish Community and the American Idea.
61 8 Jewish Identity.
61 9 Jewish Museum.
61 10 Jewish Survival.
Box Folder
62 1 Jewish Survival Values.
62 2 Jewish Topics.
62 3 Jews. Western.
62 4 Judaism.
62 5 Judaism.
62 6 July the Fourth Address. 1948.
62 7 Kallen, Horace M. Biographical Information.
62 8 Kallen, Horace M. Photographs.
62 9 Kallen, Horace M. Photographs.
62 10 Kallen, Horace M. Photographs.
62 11 Kallen, Horace M. Photographs.
62 12 Kallen, Horace M. Photographs.
Box Folder
63 1 L, General.
63 2 League of Nations.
63 3 The Liberation of the Adult.
63 4 Logic and the Creative Imagination.
63 5 Long Island University.
63 6 Long Island University.
63 7 M, General.
63 8 Military Training.
63 9 Military Training.
Box Folder
64 1 Modernity's Ideals.
64 2 Music.
64 3 Mysticism.
64 4 N, General.
64 5 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
64 6 National Community Relations Advisory Council.
64 7 National Council for Jewish Education.
64 8 Navy League of the United States.
64 9 Neurth, Otto.
64 10 New School for Social Research.
Box Folder
65 1 New School for Social Research.
65 2 New School for Social Research.
65 3 New School for Social Research.
65 4 Oceanic Education.
[Gil Slonim]
65 5 Oceanic Education.
65 6 Oceanic Education.
65 7 Oceanic Education.
Box Folder
66 1 Oceanic Education.
66 2 Oceanic Education.
66 3 Old Mysticism and New Knowledge.
66 4 On the Role of Religion in Society.
66 5 Organization of the Arts and Sciences.
66 6 Ossietzky, Carl Von. Correspondence. 1935-1937.
66 7 P, General.
66 8 Palestine.
66 9 Passaic (N.J.) Public Schools.
66 10 Peirce's Philosophy of Education.
Box Folder
67 1 Philosophical Problems.
67 2 Philosophy.
67 3 Philosophy.
67 4 Philosophy.
67 5 Philosophy, Modern.
67 6 Philosophy, Modern.
Box Folder
68 1 Philosophy. Student Term Paper.
68 2 Philosophy of the Seas.
68 3 Pluralism.
68 4 Poetry.
68 5 Pragmatism.
68 6-8 President's Commission on Higher Education. 9-11 December 1946.
Box Folder
69 1 The Problem of Evil.
69 2 Problems in the Philosophy of Freedom.
69 3 Problems of Freedom in the Free Society.
69 4 Problems of Freedom in the Modern World.
69 5 Psychedelic Experience.
69 6 Psychiatry/Psychology.
69 7 R, General.
69 8 Radicalism.
69 9 Reconstructionism.
[Mordecai M. Kaplan]
69 10 Religion.
69 11 Religion.
69 12 Religion.
69 13 Religion.
Box Folder
70 1 Religion.
70 2 Religion.
70 3 Religion.
70 4 Religion.
70 5 Religion.
70 6 Religion.
70 7 Religion.
70 8 Religion.
70 9 Religion.
70 10 Religion and Education.
70 11 Religion and Philosophy.
70 12 Religion. Church/State.
Box Folder
71 1 Religion, Philosophy of.
71 2 Religion. Student Term Paper.
71 3 Religious Coersion. Israel.
71 4 Religious Freedom. Israel and the United States.
71 5 Religious Humanism.
71 6 Religious Topics. Miscellaneous.
71 7 The Revolutionary Phases in the Development of Modern Man.
71 8 Rochdale Institute.
[Donald Martin]
71 9 Russell, Bertrand. Case.
71 10 Russell, Bertrand. Case.
71 11 Russell, Bertrand. Case.
71 12 Russell, Bertrand. Notes and Papers.
Box Folder
72 1 S, General.
72 2 Sacco and Vanzetti.
72 3 Sacco and Vanzetti.
72 4 Sacco and Vanzetti.
72 5 Sacco and Vanzetti.
72 6 Santayana, George.
72 7 Secularism.
72 8 Sheffer Festschrift.
Box Folder
73 1 Shapley, Velikovsky, and the Scientific Spirit.
73 2 "Shockley Affair" at Staten Island Community College. 1973.
73 3 Smithsonian Institution.
73 4 Social Sciences.
73 5 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
73 6 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
73 7 Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
73 8 Soviet Jewry.
73 9 Stamler, Jeremiah, M.D. Legal Aid Fund.
73 10 Sterne, Maurice.
73 11 T, General.
Box Folder
74 1 Training Bureau for Jewish Community Service.
74 2 Training Bureau for Jewish Community Service.
74 3 U, General.
74 4 United Housing Foundation.
[Donald Martin; Rochdale Institute]
74 5 Unity in Science.
74 6 Velikovsky, Immanuel.
74 7 Vietnamese War.
74 8 Vietnamese War.
Box Folder
75 1 W, General.
75 2 War and Peace.
75 3 War and Peace.
75 4 "What Pragmatism Means for the Social Sciences".
75 5 World Communist Revolution.
75 6 World Jewish Congress.
75 7 World Jewish Congress.
75 8 Zionism.
Box Folder
76 1-7 Miscellaneous Subjects.
Box Folder
77 1-6 Miscellaneous Subjects.
Series C. Manuscript Material. undated.[4 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of manuscripts, notes, and related supplementary material which was used by Dr. Kallen for articles or lectures. The material has not been separated into specific subject groupings because of its varied nature.
Box
78-81 Manuscript material.
Series D. Printed Material. undated.[5 Hollinger boxes]
Arrangement Note: Arranged into two subseries: Subseries 1. Articles by Kallen and Subseries 2. Articles by Others.
Subseries 1. Articles by Kallen. undated.[3 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of articles written by Dr. Kallen. These articles are arranged alphabetically by title. Folder number one in Box 82 contains bibliographies by Yasusi Adachi, Milton Konvitz, and Sarah Schmidt.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically, by title.
Box Folder
82 1 Bibliographies.
82 2 A.
82 3 B.
82 4 C.
82 5 D.
82 6 E.
Box Folder
83 1 F.
83 2 G.
83 3 H.
83 4 I.
83 5 J.
83 6 K.
83 7 L.
83 8 M.
83 9 N.
Box Folder
84 1 O.
84 2 P.
84 3 R.
84 4 S.
84 5 T.
84 6 V.
84 7 W.
84 8 Z.
Subseries 2. Articles by Others. undated.[2 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of published articles of friends and acquaintances of Dr. Kallen, many of whom also have correspondence in the collection.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically by author.
Box Folder
85 1 Abel, Reuben.
85 2 Ames, Sanford Scribner.
85 3 Ames, Van Meter.
85 4 Arendt, Hannah.
85 5 Bateson, Gregory.
85 6 Baym, Max I.
85 7 Ben-Horin, Meir.
85 8 Berger, Gaston.
85 9 Bernays, Edward L.
85 10 Black, Hugo L.
85 11 Brill, A.A.
85 12 Cahn, Edmond.
85 13 Cantril, Hadley.
85 14 Capek, Mili.
85 15 Caplan, Harry.
85 16 Chu Chai.
85 17 Clark, Grenville and Louis B. Sohn.
85 18 Diekman, Herbert.
85 19 Douglas, William O.
85 20 Eisenstein, Ira.
85 21 Engels, Frederick.
85 22 Feuer, Lewis S.
85 23 Frank, Jerome.
85 24 Frank, Philipp.
85 25 Frankenstein, Carl.
85 26 Garrett, Ruby.
85 27 Gideonese, Harry D.
85 28 Glazer, Nathan.
85 29 Gotesky, Rubin.
85 30 Grollman, Earl A.
85 31 Gurwitsch, Aron.
85 32 Ittelson, William H. and Hadley Cantril.
Box Folder
86 1 Jewish History. Various contributors.
86 2 Jones, Howard Mumford.
86 3 Jung, Leo.
86 4 Kallen, David J.
86 5 Kamiat, Arnold H.
86 6 Konvitz, Milton R.
86 7 Koyr , Alexandre.
86 8 La Forque, Ren.
86 9 Leys, Wayne A.R.
86 10 Lowith, K.
86 11 Mathews, F.H.
86 12 Mendelsohn, S.
86 13 Merlan, Philip.
86 14 Morris, Charles and Lyle V. Jones.
86 15 Neurath, Otto.
86 16 Perelman, Chaim.
86 17 Ratner, Sidney.
86 18 Ringer, Alexander L.
86 19 Roberts, Leo.
86 20 Russell, Bertrand.
86 21 Salomon, Albert.
86 22 Santayana, George.
86 23 Schapiro, Meyer.
86 24 Schiller, F.C.S.
86 25 Spenle, Jean Edouard.
86 26 Tang Tsou.
86 27 Wolff, Kurt H.
86 28 Wolfson, H.A.
86 29 Wormuth, Francis D.
Series E. Miscellaneous. 1906-1979, undated.[10 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of dissertations, class notes, desk calendars, a folder of Hebrew and Yiddish material, and a transcript of Dr. Kallen's book, Creativity, Imagination, Logic. It also contains letters of sympathy following Horace Kallen’s death, and Miriam Kallen’s collection of family biographical material (particularly relating to Horace, Miriam and Deborah Kallen.)
Box Folder
87 1 Borghi, Lamberto. "Education and Authority in Modern Italy."
87 2 Tipton, James H. "Community in Crisis: An Analysis of Efforts to Remove Segregation from the Public Schools of Central City, Indiana: A Report of a Type C Project." Ph.D. dissertation, Advanced School of Education, Columbia University. 1950.
Box Folder
88 3 Currie, R. Hector. "The Stylization of the Dramatic Television Image." Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University. 1961.
88 4 Kallen, David J. "Character Structure, Social Structure, and Decision Behavior." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan. 1958.
88 5 Kallen, Horace M. Creativity, Imagination, Logic; Meditations for the Eleventh Hour. Typescript.
Box
89 Class Notes taken by Horace M. Kallen while he was a student at Harvard. 1906-1907.
Box
90 Desk calendars. 1926-1971.
90 Address books.
90 Diary.
90 Hebrew and Yiddish Material.
Box Folder
91 1 Kallen, Rachel. 1923-1929.
[wife]
91 2 Kallen, Rachel. 1930.
91 3 Kallen, Rachel. 1931-1938.
91 4 Kallen, Rachel. January 1939-April 1939.
91 5 Kallen, Rachel. 1939-1940.
91 6 Kallen, Rachel. 1941-1943.
91 7 Kallen, Rachel. 1944-1955.
91 8 Kallen, Rachel. undated.
Box Folder
92 1-2 Letters of sympathy (written at the time of the death of Horace M. Kallen; A-Y, Unidentified). 1974.
92 3-6 Photographs.
Box
93 Horace M. Kallen Memorial Service, Unitarian Universalist Church, Oneonta, NY. 4 April 1974.[audiocassette]
93 Horace M. Kallen Memorial Symposium. "What Does Being An American Mean To You In This Bicentennial Year?" 18 February 1976.[audiocassette]
93 Black Power, White Power and Education, lecture given by Horace M. Kallen. 14 April 1969.[audio reel]
93 Harold Weisberg Memorial Award. 7 December 1972.[scrapbook]
93 Horace M. Kallen. 85th birthday. 1968.[scrapbook]
Box Folder
94 1 Kallen, Miriam. 1911-1925.
[sister]
94 2 Kallen, Miriam. 1926-1941.
94 3 Kallen, Miriam. 1943.
94 4 Kallen, Miriam. 1944.
94 5 Kallen, Miriam. 1945.
94 6 Kallen, Miriam. 1946.
94 7 Kallen, Miriam. 1947.
94 8 Kallen, Miriam. 1948.
94 9 Kallen, Miriam. 1949.
94 10 Kallen, Miriam. 1950.
94 11 Kallen, Miriam. 1951.
94 12 Kallen, Miriam. 1952.
94 13 Kallen, Miriam. 1953.
94 14 Kallen, Miriam. 1955.
94 15 Kallen, Miriam. 1956.
94 16 Kallen, Miriam. 1957.
94 17 Kallen, Miriam. 1958.
94 18 Kallen, Miriam. 1959.
94 19 Kallen, Miriam. 1960.
94 20 Kallen, Miriam. 1961.
94 21 Kallen, Miriam. 1962.
94 22 Kallen, Miriam. 1963.
94 23 Kallen, Miriam. 1964.
94 24 Kallen, Miriam. 1965.
94 25 Kallen, Miriam. 1966.
94 26 Kallen, Miriam. 1967.
94 27 Kallen, Miriam. 1968.
94 28 Kallen, Miriam. 1969.
Box Folder
95 1 Kallen, Miriam. 1970.
95 2 Kallen, Miriam. 1971.
95 3 Kallen, Miriam. 1972.
95 4 Kallen, Miriam. 1973.
95 5 Kallen, Miriam. 1974.
95 6 Kallen, Miriam. undated.
[Most of these letters are on University Club, Madison, Wisconsin stationery]
95 7 Kallen, Dora. 1915-1957.
[scattered] [sister]
95 8 Kallen, Ida. 1926-1955.
[scattered] [sister]
95 9 Letters to Miriam Kallen from her sisters. 1923-1976.
[scattered]
95 10 Letters to Miriam Kallen to Judy Hollander, who was researching Deborah Kallen. 1976-1979.
95 11 Judy Hollander to Miriam Kallen. 1980-1982.
95 12 Miscellaneous correspondence to Miriam Kallen. 1915-1982.
[Organized by date]
Box Folder
96 1 Palestine Craft Education Society/Phillip Goldstein to Miriam Kallen. 1930-1968.
96 2 Miriam Kallen to the Deborah Kallen Junior Hadassah Group. 1936-1948.
96 3 Kallen, Horace. Memorabilia programs.
96 4 Kallen, Deborah. Biography and memorabilia.
96 5 Kallen, Dora. Membership cards. 1957-1963.
96 6 Kallen, Miriam. Biography and memorabilia.
96 7 Kallen, Miriam. Publications. 1937-1954.
96 8 Kallen Family. Newsclippings.
[scattered]
96 9 Kallen Family. Photographs. undated.

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the AJA's online catalog.

Persons and Families

Kallen, Horace Mayer -- 1882-1974 -- Photographs.

Institutions

New School for Social Research.

Subjects

Adult education -- United States.
Consumer education -- United States.
Education.
Jewish philosophers.
Zionism.

Genres and Forms

Photographs.