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Freedom House archives, 1936-1997

Consists of records of Freedom House--correspondence, minutes, reports, financial documents, policy statements, radio and television scripts, clippings, writings, memoranda, transcripts, publications, reports, photographs and press releases--which document the organization's activities in advocating freedom, liberty, and democracy throughout the world and its merger in 1997 with the National Forum Foundation. The collection contains correspondence with Herbert and William Agar, Richmond Barthe, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Clifford Case, Leo Cherne, Paul Douglas, Roscoe Drummond, George Field, Harry Gideonse, Sidney Hook, Jacob Javits, Max Kampelman, Adrian Karatnycky, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Bette Bao Lord, Bruce McColm, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, John Richardson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Bayard Rustin, Margaret Chase Smith, Rex Stout, Leonard Sussman, Herbert Bayard Swope, Dorothy Thompson, Walter White, Roy Wilkins, and Wendell Willkie
Archival Material, English, 1936
65.65 linear ft. (131 archival boxes, 1 half-size archival box, 4 8x10 photograph boxes, 1 3.75x5 box, 2 5x7 boxes, 1 11x11 box, 2 11.75x15 boxes, 2 14x18 oversize boxes, 2 custom-made boxes)