Jouett Shouse papers

Abstract

The Jouett Shouse papers (dated 1899-1967; 68.87 cubic feet; 18 boxes, 283 scrapbooks) comprise scrapbooks; brochures, pamphlets, and leaflets; correspondence; speech scripts; and newspaper clippings, documenting Shouse’s political career as a national leader in the United States Democratic Party, as well as his political philosophy critiquing federal government intervention and expansion during Prohibition, the Depression and the New Deal eras.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Jouett Shouse papers
Date
1899-1967, undated
Creator
Shouse, Jouett, 1879-1968
Extent
68.87 Cubic feet
Subjects
Democratic Party (U.S.)--History--20th century
Editorials--United States--History--20th century
Journalists--Kentucky
Letters.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
Political campaigns--United States
Politicians--Correspondence.
Politicians.
Prohibition--Societies, etc.
Prohibition--United States--History--20th century
Arrangement
Arranged into seven series by format or subject: Correspondence; Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA); Democratic National Committee (DNC); American Liberty League (ALL); Miscellaneous Speeches, Reports, and Autobiographical Materials; Photographs; and Personal Scrapbooks.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Ida Sell, Ashley Sorrell
Preferred Citation
59m61: [identification of item], Jouett Shouse papers, 1899-1967, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Jouett Shouse was born in Midway, Ky., on December 10, 1879, the son of the Reverend Samuel Shouse. He grew up in Mexico, Missouri, and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia. After college, Shouse returned to Kentucky and from 1898-1904 worked as a reporter for the Democratic Lexington, Ky., newspapers the Morning Herald, and its successor, the Lexington Herald.
In 1911, he married his first wife and moved to Kansas where he was elected to Congress from the 7th Kansas District in 1915. Shouse served in the 64th and 65th Congresses. President Woodrow Wilson named Shouse Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in 1919, resigning the post one year later in 1920. In addition, Shouse served as Chairman of the Democratic National Executive Committee, 1929-1932; President of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, 1932-1933; and President of the American Liberty League, 1934-1938.
Shouse split with the mainstream Democratic Party following Franklin Roosevelt’s 1932 election and subsequent enactment of New Deal programs. The former DNC leader criticized the size of federal government and sought to limit its reach through his involvement in the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA) and the American Liberty League (ALL). As president of the AAPA in 1932, Shouse oversaw the organization’s mobilization drive to repeal the 18th Amendment, which occurred in 1933. Through his involvement with the AAPA, Shouse became acquainted with a number of business leaders, notably the Dupont family. The Dupont’s involvement in the repeal of prohibition and the ALL is documented in the ALL scrapbooks. Shouse drew on the financial support of the Duponts and other business leaders to co-found the ALL with John Jacob Raskob.
In 1932 Shouse divorced his first wife and married Catherine Filene Dodd; they adopted a child, William Filene Shouse. Shouse and his wife owned Wolf Trap Farm in Virginia where he retired in 1965. He died in 1968 and is buried in the Lexington Cemetery in Lexington, Kentucky.
Scope and Content
The Jouett Shouse papers (dated 1899-1967; 68.87 cubic feet; 18 boxes, 283 scrapbooks) comprise scrapbooks; brochures, pamphlets, and leaflets; correspondence; speech scripts; and newspaper clippings, documenting Shouse’s political career as a national leader in the United States Democratic Party, as well as his political philosophy critiquing federal government intervention and expansion during Prohibition, the Depression and the New Deal eras. The collection also includes 17 personal scrapbooks of articles about Shouse and one personal scrapbook of editorials he penned for the Democratic Lexington, Ky., newspaper the the Morning Herald relating to the 1900 assassination of Kentucky Governor William Goebel and subsequent political civil war for the governor’s seat.
Organizations documented include the Democratic National Committee (DNC), 1923-1936; Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA), 1923-1933; and the American Liberty League (ALL), 1934-1940. Materials associated with these organizations cover topics related to national party politics, political movements, successes and challenges of campaigning, the inner-workings of national elections, and political mobilization. Letters from William McAdoo document his failed Democratic presidential nomination bid at the Democratic National Convention in 1924.The two DNC scrapbooks from 1928 chronicle the presidential campaign of Alfred Smith who lost to Herbert Hoover. Records for AAPA and ALL document these groups’ arguments for a weaker central government and support for big business. Specifically, ALL publications and scrapbooks demonstrate the organization’s opposition from within the Democratic Party to Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs, in particular its concerns about government intrusion into personal liberty and private property. The collection includes a full set of ALL publications (1934-1936) and letters from William McAdoo (1921-1927), Alfred Smith (1928), and John Jacob Raskob (1930-1936).
Although a small number of family photographs are included in the collection, there is very little information on Shouse’s personal life. The personal scrapbooks do include newspaper articles about his political successes. Overall, the materials are focused on Democratic Party politics and political movements during the 1920s-1930s and not on the lived human experience of these two decades.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, 1911-1967

Comprises incoming letters to Jouett Shouse and typed copies of his outgoing letters and replies, primarily consisting of telegrams and memos setting meeting dates and discussing general concerns over the Democratic Party. Other subject areas and correspondents include letters between Shouse and William McAdoo, (failed 1924 Democratic presidential nominee); letters to President Woodrow Wilson concerning World War I and mobilization on the home front; correspondence regarding Shouse's political role in the Democratic National Committee (DNC); constituent letters to Shouse during his tenure as Representative for the 7th Kansas District from 1915-1919; correspondence related to Shouse’s brief tenure and eventual resignation in 1920 as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; and Shouse's congratulatory letters to Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Arranged chronologically and then by subject or correspondent.

Angus Breeders, 1911

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General, 1915-1916

  • Box 1, Folder 2
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Woodrow Wilson, 1916-1920

  • Box 1, Folder 3-8
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Herbert Hoover, 1917-1918

  • Box 1, Folder 9-10
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Constituent letters, 1917-1918

  • Box 1, Folder 11-12
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Assistant Secretary of Treasury, 1919-1920

  • Box 1, Folder 13
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William McAdoo, 1921-1927

  • Box 1, Folder 14
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General, 1928

  • Box 1, Folder 15
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1929-1932

  • Box 1, Folder 16-18
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General, 1934

  • Box 1, Folder 19
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Death of mother, 1932

  • Box 2, Folder 1-2
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General, 1937

  • Box 2, Folder 3
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General, 1943

  • Box 2, Folder 4-5
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Presidential term limits, 1944-1945

  • Box 2, Folder 6
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Harry Truman, 1946-1949

  • Box 2, Folder 7-10
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Cold War, 1950-1952

  • Box 3, Folder 1-3
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General, 1953-1954

  • Box 3, Folder 4-6
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Kentucky politics, 1955

  • Box 3, Folder 7
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General, 1956

  • Box 3, Folder 8
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1956 election, 1956

  • Box 3, Folder 9
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General, 1957

  • Box 3, Folder 10
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General, 1958-1959

  • Box 4, Folder 1-2
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1960 presidential election, 1960

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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General, 1961-1964

  • Box 4, Folder 4-7
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National parks, 1966-1967

  • Box 4, Folder 8
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Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA), 1923-1934

Comprises primarily scrapbooks kept by Shouse, press releases, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, annual reports, and a bound journal related to Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA) activities in criticism of prohibition. The AAPA was organized in 1918 and unsuccessfully fought against the ratification of the 18th Amendment. Jouett Shouse became president of the AAPA in 1932 and oversaw the activities of the organization until the repeal of prohibition in 1933. The series includes press releases from the years 1923-1933, when the AAPA launched a large publicity campaign for the repeal of the 18th Amendment. The releases were sent to local newspapers and focused on the failure of prohibition in the United States. A bound copy of the volume two of The Minute Man (1923 to early 1924), a monthly journal published by the New Jersey division of the AAPA, also is in the series. The volume contains letters and criticisms of prohibition as it relates to the violation of civil liberties. Pamphlets from 1930-1932 detail the repeal process for prohibition. Other pamphlets include published speeches on why the ban on alcohol should end, as well as the by-laws of the AAPA. The AAPA disbanded when prohibition ended in 1933. Arranged in two subseries, press releases and publications, which include four scrapbook volumes (1932-1934), and then chronologically within each subseries.

Publications, 1923-1933

List of press releases, 1928-1932

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Press releases, 1928

  • Box 5, Folder 1
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Press releases, 1929

  • Box 5, Folder 2-3
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Press releases, 1930

  • Box 5, Folder 4
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Press releases, 1931

  • Box 5, Folder 5
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Press releases, 1932

  • Box 5, Folder 6-8
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Press releases, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 1-4
  • Box 5, Folder 9
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The Minute Man journal, volume 2, 1923-1924

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Pamphlets and speeches, 1930-1933

  • Box 6, folder 6

The Status of Prohibition Repeal, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 1
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425 Men You Know who are Directing the Fight for Repeal of the National Prohibition Amendment, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 2-3
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Is the Power of Congress to Enforce the Eighteenth Amendment Discretionary?, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 4
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The Passing of the Constitution, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 5
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Methods of Ratification: Mr. Ralph M. Shaw Analyzes the Contentions of The Hon. A Mitchell Palmer and the Hon. James M. Beck, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 6
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Prohibition Repeal Progress, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 7-8
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Congress and State Ratifying Conventions: A reply to the supplemental brief of the Honorable A. Mitchell Palmer, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 9
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32 Reasons for Repeal, 1932

  • Box 6, Folder 6, Item 10
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Newspaper clippings, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Annual reports, 1932-1933

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Annual meeting, 1932

  • Box 6, Folder 9
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U.S. Tariff Commission reports, 1933

  • Box 6, Folder 10
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State liquor laws, 1933

  • Box 7, Folder 1
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Amendment draft, 1933

  • Box 7, Folder 2
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Bills ratifying 21st Amendment, 1933

  • Box 7, Folder 3
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Scrapbooks, 1932-1934

The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA) scrapbooks contain four volumes arranged by date of press materials related to the organizations fight for the repeal of the 18th Amendment. Jouett Shouse served as president of the AAPA from 1932 until the end of Prohibition in 1933.

AAPA, volume 1, 1932 August 18-1934 January 22

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AAPA, volume 2, 1933 May 5-June 30

  • Volume AAPA 2
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AAPA, volume 3, 1933 September 29-November 8

  • Volume AAPA 3
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AAPA, volume 4, 1932 November 26-1934 August 22

  • Volume AAPA 4
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Democratic National Committee (DNC), 1923-1933

Primarily comprises scrapbooks kept by Shouse, correspondence, press releases, published speeches and a transcript of the proceedings of the Committee on Arrangements for the 1932 DNC National Convention that document the local and national activities of the Democratic National Committee from 1924-1936. Jouett Shouse was a leading member of the Democratic Party and took on national predominance as chairman of the DNC Executive Committee from 1929-1932. The general correspondence comprises incoming letters to Shouse and copies of his replies discussing concerns related to the political atmosphere of the United States, as well as party organizing at the state and local levels. Other correspondence and topics include the 1924 DNC Convention, detailing the contentious nomination battle between William McAdoo, John W. Davis, and Alfred E. Smith; the Smoot-Hawley Tariff (1930); and congratulation letters to Shouse from various party members after the Democrat’s 1930 sweep of Congressional House seats. The DNC press releases (1929-1932) focus on political victories and criticisms of the Hoover administration as well as on the Smoot-Hawley Tariff. The speeches include those given in 1929 by Shouse to various political organizations and in 1932 at that year's Democratic National Convention. The scrapbooks (1929-1932, 135 volumes) contain newspaper clippings related to Shouse's role as a leading member of the Democratic Party and as chairman of the Executive Committee. Two scrapbooks are related to the 1928 presidential campaign and Shouse's support of Alfred Smith, who lost the election to Herbert Hoover. Arranged in three subseries, correspondence, publications, scrapbooks and speeches and proceedings, and then chronologically within subseries.

Correspondence, 1923-1933

General, 1923-1925

  • Box 7, Folder 4
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General, 1924

  • Box 7, Folder 5
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General, 1924-1925

  • Box 7, Folder 6
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Democratic National Convention, 1924-1925

  • Box 7, Folder 7
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Smoot-Hawley Tariff, 1929

  • Box 7, Folder 8
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Congressional election, 1930

  • Box 7, Folder 9-11
  • Box 8, Folder 1-2
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General, 1931

  • Box 8, Folder 3
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General, 1932

  • Box 8, Folder 4-7
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General, 1933

  • Box 8, Folder 8
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Press releases, 1929-1932

, 1929

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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, 1930

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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, 1931

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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, 1931-1932

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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, 1932

  • Box 9, Folder 5-7
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Speeches and proceedings, 1929-1932

General speeches (Shouse), 1929

  • Box 9, Folder 8
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Convention speech (Shouse), 1932

  • Box 10, Folder 1
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Proceedings of the Committee on Arrangements, 1932

  • Box 10, Folder 2
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Scrapbooks, 1928-1933

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) Scrapbooks contain 135 volumes of newspaper clippings, organized by date and state of publication, related to DNC events, elections, and conventions. Jouett Shouse was chairman of the DNC Executive Committee from 1929 until 1932. A subseries of the scrapbooks consist of two volumes related to the 1928 presidential election. Shouse was a supported Alfred Emmanuel Smith as the Democrat nominee who lost the election to Herbert Hoover.

DNC, volume 1, 1929 April 18-May 1

  • Volume DNC 1
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DNC, volume 2, 1929 May 2-May 31

  • Volume DNC 2
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DNC, volume 3, 1929 May 10-May 31

  • Volume DNC 3
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DNC, volume 4, 1929 June 1-June 6

  • Volume DNC 4
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DNC, volume 5, 1929 June 6-June 9

  • Volume DNC 5
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DNC, volume 6, 1929 June 10-11

  • Volume DNC 6
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DNC, volume 7, 1929 June 11

  • Volume DNC 7
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DNC, volume 8, 1929 June 11-14

  • Volume DNC 8
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DNC, volume 9, 1929 June 15-19

  • Volume DNC 9
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DNC, volume 10, 1929 June 20-July 8

  • Volume DNC 10
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DNC, volume 11, 1929 July 8-21

  • Volume DNC 11
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DNC, volume 12, 1929 July 22-August 31

  • Volume DNC 12
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DNC, volume 13, 1929 August 11-31

  • Volume DNC 13
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DNC, volume 14, 1929 September 24-November 1

  • Volume DNC 14
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DNC, volume 15, 1929 September 24-November 24

  • Volume DNC 15
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DNC, volume 16, 1929 November 1-November 24

  • Volume DNC 16
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DNC, volume 17, 1929 December 23

  • Volume DNC 17
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DNC, volume 18, 1929 December 24-1930 January 24

  • Volume DNC 18
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DNC, volume 19, 1930 January 27-February 25

  • Volume DNC 19
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DNC, volume 20, 1930 February 25-March 22

  • Volume DNC 20
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DNC, volume 21, 1930 March 22-April 7

  • Volume DNC 21
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DNC, volume 22, 1930 April 7-15

  • Volume DNC 22
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DNC, volume 23, 1930 April 15-28

  • Volume DNC 23
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DNC, volume 24, 1930 April 29-November 15

  • Volume DNC 24
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DNC, volume 25, 1930 May 15-May 28

  • Volume DNC 25
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DNC, volume 26, 1930 May 29-June 8

  • Volume DNC 26
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DNC, volume 27, 1930 June 8-16

  • Volume DNC 27
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DNC, volume 28, 1930 June 16-19

  • Volume DNC 28
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DNC, volume 29, 1930 June 19-July 11

  • Volume DNC 29
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DNC, volume 30, 1930 July 11-June 24

  • Volume DNC 30
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DNC, volume 31, 1930 July 25-July 31

  • Volume DNC 31
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DNC, volume 32, 1930 August 1-11

  • Volume DNC 32
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DNC, volume 33, 1930 August 11-19

  • Volume DNC 33
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DNC, volume 34, 1929 August 19-21

  • Volume DNC 34
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DNC, volume 35, 1930 August 21-27

  • Volume DNC 35
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DNC, volume 36, August 27-September 2

  • Volume DNC 36
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DNC, volume 37, 1930 September 3-10

  • Volume DNC 37
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DNC, volume 38, 1930 September 10-16

  • Volume DNC 38
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DNC, volume 39, September 16-27

  • Volume DNC 39
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DNC, volume 40, September 27-October 10

  • Volume DNC 40
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DNC, volume 41, 1930 October 10-20

  • Volume DNC 41
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DNC, volume 42, 1930 October 20-24

  • Volume DNC 42
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DNC, volume 43, 1930 October 24-28

  • Volume DNC 43
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DNC, volume 44, 1930 October 28-30

  • Volume DNC 44
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DNC, volume 45, 1930 October 31-November 3

  • Volume DNC 45
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DNC, volume 46, 1930 November 3-5

  • Volume DNC 46
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DNC, volume 47, 1930 November 5-6

  • Volume DNC 47
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DNC, volume 48, 1930 November 6-8

  • Volume DNC 48
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DNC, volume 49, 1930 November 8

  • Volume DNC 49
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DNC, volume 50, 1930 November 8-11

  • Volume DNC 50
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DNC, volume 51, 1930 November 11-15

  • Volume DNC 51
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DNC, volume 52, 1930 November 15-21

  • Volume DNC 52
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DNC, volume 53, 1930 November 21-December 4

  • Volume DNC 53
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DNC, volume 54, 1930 December 4-19

  • Volume DNC 54
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DNC, volume 55, 1930 December 20-1931 January 2

  • Volume DNC 55
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DNC, volume 56, 1931 January 2-13

  • Volume DNC 56
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DNC, volume 57, 1931 January 13-14

  • Volume DNC 57
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DNC, volume 58, 1931January 14-16

  • Volume DNC 58
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DNC, volume 59, 1931 January 16-20

  • Volume DNC 59
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DNC, volume 60, 1931 January 20-23

  • Volume DNC 60
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DNC, volume 61, 1931 January 23-31

  • Volume DNC 61
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DNC, volume 62, 1931 February 1-7

  • Volume DNC 62
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DNC, volume 63, 1931 February 11-16

  • Volume DNC 63
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DNC, volume 64, 1931 February 16-18

  • Volume DNC 64
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DNC, volume 65, February 18-22

  • Volume DNC 65
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DNC, volume 66, 1931 February 22-24

  • Volume DNC 66
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DNC, volume 67, 1931 February 24-27

  • Volume DNC 67
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DNC, volume 68, 1931 February 27-March 3

  • Volume DNC 68
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DNC, volume 69, 1931 March 3-4

  • Volume DNC 69
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DNC, volume 70, 1931 March 4-5

  • Volume DNC 70
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DNC, volume 71, 1931 March 5

  • Volume DNC 71
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DNC, volume 72, 1931 March 5-6

  • Volume DNC 72
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DNC, volume 73, 1931 March

  • Volume DNC 73
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DNC, volume 74, 1931 March 6

  • Volume DNC 74
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DNC, volume 75, 1931 March 6-7

  • Volume DNC 75
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DNC, volume 76, 1931 March 7-8

  • Volume DNC 76
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DNC, volume 77, 1931 March 9-10

  • Volume DNC 77
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DNC, volume 78, 1931 March 10-12

  • Volume DNC 78
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DNC, volume 79, 1931March 12-15

  • Volume DNC 79
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DNC, volume 80, 1931 March 15-21

  • Volume DNC 80
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DNC, volume 81, 1931 March 21-27

  • Volume DNC 81
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DNC, volume 82, 1931 March 27-April 2

  • Volume DNC 82
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DNC, volume 83, 1931 April 2-7

  • Volume DNC 83
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DNC, volume 84, 1931 April 7-11

  • Volume DNC 84
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DNC, volume 85, 1931 April 17-24

  • Volume DNC 85
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DNC, volume 86, 1931 April 17-24

  • Volume DNC 86
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DNC, volume 87, 1931 April 24-30

  • Volume DNC 87
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DNC, volume 88, 1931 April 30-May 11

  • Volume DNC 88
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DNC, volume 89, 1931 May 11-23

  • Volume DNC 89
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DNC, volume 90, May 24-June 10

  • Volume DNC 90
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DNC, volume 91, 1931 June 10-27

  • Volume DNC 91
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DNC, volume 92, 1931 June 27-July 14

  • Volume DNC 92
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DNC, volume 93, 1931 July 14-August 14

  • Volume DNC 93
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DNC, volume 94, 1931 August 14-September 8

  • Volume DNC 94
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DNC, volume 95, 1931 September 8-23

  • Volume DNC 95
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DNC, volume 96, 1931 September 25-October 10

  • Volume DNC 96
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DNC, volume 97, 1931 October 10-31

  • Volume DNC 97
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DNC, volume 98, 1931 October 31-November 13

  • Volume DNC 98
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DNC, volume 99, 1931November 13-24

  • Volume DNC 99
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DNC, volume 100, 1931 November 24-30

  • Volume DNC 100
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DNC, volume 101, 1931 December 1-8

  • Volume DNC 101
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DNC, volume 102, 1931 December 8-17

  • Volume DNC 102
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DNC, volume 103, 1931 December 17-30

  • Volume DNC 103
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DNC, volume 104, 1931 December 30-1932 January 6

  • Volume DNC 104
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DNC, volume 105, 1932 January 6-8

  • Volume DNC 105
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DNC, volume 106, 1932 January 8-11

  • Volume DNC 106
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DNC, volume 107, 1932 January 11-16

  • Volume DNC 107
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DNC, volume 108, 1932 January 16-23

  • Volume DNC 108
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DNC, volume 109, 1932 January 24-31, February 26-29

  • Volume DNC 109
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DNC, volume 110, 1932 February 1-10

  • Volume DNC 110
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DNC, volume 111, 1932 February 10-15

  • Volume DNC 111
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DNC, volume 112, 1932 February 15-26

  • Volume DNC 112
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DNC, volume 113, 1932 March 1-14

  • Volume DNC 113
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DNC, volume 114, 1932 March 14-28

  • Volume DNC 114
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DNC, volume 115, 1932 March 28-31

  • Volume DNC 115
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DNC, volume 116, 1932 April 1-10

  • Volume DNC 116
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DNC, volume 117, 1932 April 10-18

  • Volume DNC 117
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DNC, volume 118, 1932 April 18-30

  • Volume DNC 118
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DNC, volume 119, 1932 May 1-17

  • Volume DNC 119
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DNC, volume 120, 1932 May 17-31

  • Volume DNC 120
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DNC, volume 121, 1932 June 1-8

  • Volume DNC 121
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DNC, volume 122, 1932 June 8-14

  • Volume DNC 122
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DNC, volume 123, 1932 June 14-23

  • Volume DNC 123
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DNC, volume 124, 1932 June 23-27

  • Volume DNC 124
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DNC, volume 125, 1932 June 18-22

  • Volume DNC 125
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DNC, volume 126, 1932 June 22-26

  • Volume DNC 126
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DNC, volume 127, 1932 June 26-28

  • Volume DNC 127
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DNC, volume 128, 1932 June 28-29

  • Volume DNC 128
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DNC, volume 129, 1932 June 30-July 1

  • Volume DNC 129
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DNC, volume 131, 1932 July 1-7

  • Volume DNC 131
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DNC, volume 132, 1932 July 7-30

  • Volume DNC 132
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DNC, volume 133, 1932 August 6-17

  • Volume DNC 133
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DNC, volume 134, 1932 September 17-30

  • Volume DNC 134
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DNC, volume 135, 1932 October 30-1933 February 21

  • Volume DNC 135
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Campaign for president, volume 1, 1928

  • Volume CP 1
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Campaign for president, volume 2, 1928

  • Volume CP 2
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American Liberty League (ALL), 1934-1965, undated

Comprises scrapbooks kept by Shouse, correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, and bulletins documenting the American Liberty League's criticism of the growth of the federal government and in particular President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal programs. Jouett Shouse co-founded the ALL with John Jakob Raskob in 1934, serving as president until the League unofficially dissolved in 1940. The League was officially dissolved through court action in 1942. Correspondence in the series includes letters to Shouse from ALL officers and rank-and-file members as well as scholars regarding league activities, proposed speeches, and press coverage, and, after 1936, reflections on the league's significance and requests for information about it. The pamphlets, leaflets, and bulletins published and distributed by the ALL offer information about the league and its purpose, as well as analyses of New Deal programs and criticisms of the Roosevelt administration. The ALL lawyer reports argue against the constitutionality of the National Recovery Act and the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. The scrapbooks include press releases and newspaper clippings from and about the ALL and its activities. Arranged in four subseries, correspondence, publications--which include leaflets, pamphlets, and bulletins--scrapbooks, and requests for ALL information, and then chronologically within subseries. Pamphlets and some of the bulletins are digitized and available here: http://exploreuk.uky.edu/catalog/xt7wwp9t2q46/guide.

Correspondence, 1934-1942

General, 1934-1935

  • Box 10, Folder 3
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General, 1935-1936

  • Box 10, Folder 4
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Member letters, 1936

  • Box 10, Folder 5
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General, 1938

  • Box 10, Folder 6
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General, 1939

  • Box 10, Folder 7
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General, 1940-1941

  • Box 10, Folder 8
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Final dissolution of the ALL, 1942

  • Box 10, Folder 9
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Publications, 1934-1938, undated

Unpublished reports and speeches, 1934-1936

Shouse speeches, 1934-1936

  • Box 11, Folder 1-2
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Shouse speech in Charlotte, N.C., 1935

  • Box 11, Folder 3
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Shouse speeches, 1936

  • Box 11, Folder 4
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Report to the executive committee, 1934

  • Box 11, Folder 5
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ALL lawyer reports, 1935

  • Box 12, folder 4-5

Report on the Constitutionality of the National Labor Relations Act, 1935 September 5

  • Box 12, Folder 4, Item 1-2
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Report on the Constitutionality of the Bituminous Coal Conservation Act of 1935, 1935 December 9

  • Box 12, Folder 4, Item 3-4
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Report on the Constitutionality of the Potato Act of 1935, 1935 December 30

  • Box 12, Folder 4, Item 5-6
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General Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League, 1936 September 1

  • Box 12, Folder 4, Item 7
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The Welfare Clause in the Light of the AAA Decision, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 4, Item 8-9
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Indexes, 1936, undated

Publications index, 1936

  • Box 13, Folder 1
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Literature index cards, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 2
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Bulletins, 1935-1938

Vol. 1, no. 1, 1935 August

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 1-3
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Vol. 1, no. 2, 1935 September

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 4-6
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Vol. 1, no. 3, 1935 October

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 7-9
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Vol. 1, no. 4, 1935 November

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 10-12
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Vol. 1, no. 5, 1935 December

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 13-15
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Vol. 1, no. 6, 1936 January 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 16-18
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Vol. 1, no. 7, 1936 February 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 19-21
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Vol. 1, no. 8, 1936 March 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 22
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Vol. 1, no. 9, 1936 April 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 23
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Vol. 1, no. 10, 1936 May 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 24
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Vol. 1, no. 11, 1936 June 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 25
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Vol. 1, no. 12, 1936 July 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 26
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Vol. 2, no. 1, 1936 August 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 27
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Vol. 2, no. 2, 1936 September 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4, Item 28-30
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Vol. 2, no. 3, 1936 October 15

  • Box 13, Folder 4:, Item 31-33
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Vol. 3, no. 1, 1937 January 15

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 1
  • Box 16, Folder 1
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Vol. 3, no. 2, 1937 January 25

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 2
  • Box 16, Folder 2
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Vol. 3, no. 3, 1937 February 5

  • Box 16, Folder 3
  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 3
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Vol. 3, no. 4, 1937 April 24

  • Box 16, Folder 4
  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 4
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Vol. 3, no. 5, 1937 May 26

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 5
  • Box 16, Folder 5
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Vol. 3, no. 6, 1937 June 4

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 6
  • Box 16, Folder 6
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Vol. 3, no. 7, 1937 June 21

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 7
  • Box 16, Folder 7
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Vol. 3, no. 8, 1937 June 29

  • Box 16, Folder 8
  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 8
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Vol. 3, no. 9, 1937 July 9

  • Box 16, Folder 9
  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 9
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Vol. 3, no. 10, 1937 July 21

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 10
  • Box 16, Folder 10
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Vol. 3, no. 11, 1937 October 25

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 11
  • Box 16, Folder 11
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Vol. 3, no. 12, 1937 November 1

  • Box 16, Folder 12
  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 12
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Vol. 3, no. 13, 1937 November 10

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 13
  • Box 16, Folder 13
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Vol. 4, no. 1, 1938 February 25

  • Box 13, Folder 5, Item 14
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Leaflets, 1935-1936

The Magi and the Showdown, 1936 March 28

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 1
  • Box 16, Folder 20
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28 Facts about The New Deal, 1936 May 4

  • Box 16, Folder 24
  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 2
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Why? The American Liberty League, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 3
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American Liberty League, 1934

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 4
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Platform and Organization of the American Liberty League, 1934

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 5
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The Budget Message, 1936

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 6
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Federal Encroachment Upon the Field of Education in Texas, 1936

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 7
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National Lawyers Committee: Report of Raoul E. Desvernine, 1935 June 14

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 8
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Recovery, Relief and the Constitution, 1934 December 8

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 9
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Progress vs. Change, 1934 November 20

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 10
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American Liberty League: Statement by Jouett Shouse, 1934 August 23

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 11
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American Liberty League: Its Platform, 1935

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 12
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American Liberty League: A Statement of Its Principles and Purposes, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 13
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The Tenth Commandment, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 14
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A Message to New Members, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 15
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A Memorandum to the Members of the American Liberty League, 1935 June 26

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 16
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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 6, Item 17
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The President Wants More Power: Is a Scrapped Constitution Too High a Price to Pay for It?, 1936 January 14

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 1
  • Box 16, Folder 13
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The Townsend Nightmare: What it would do to the worker, 1936 January 15

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 2
  • Box 16, Folder 14
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The New Deal Program As Seen by an Eminent Journalist, 1936 February 19

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 3
  • Box 16, Folder 15
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The American Liberty League As Seen by a Distinguished American Educator, 1936 February 25

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 4
  • Box 16, Folder 16
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A Farmer Speaks, 1936 March 17

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 5
  • Box 16, Folder 17
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Will it be Ave Caesar?, 1936 March 23

  • Box 16, Folder 18
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 6
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Our New Spoils System, 1936 March 24

  • Box 16, Folder 19
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 7
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Government by Busybodies: A Discussion of the Plague Inflicted upon Long-suffering Peoples When Their Rulers Develop Delusions of Omniscience and Infallibility, 1936 March 30

  • Box 16, Folder 21
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 8
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Gratitude in Politics, 1936 April 29

  • Box 16, Folder 23
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 9
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New Labels for Old Poisons, 1936 May 16

  • Box 16, Folder 25
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 10
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The New Deal: Boondoggling Circus, 1936 May 27

  • Box 16, Folder 28
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 11
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Government by Law: Still Forced to Fight Against New Deal, 1936 June 2

  • Box 16, Folder 29
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 12
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Who are the Economic Royalists?, 1936 July 27

  • Box 16, Folder 30
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 13
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Danger Signals, 1936 August 4

  • Box 16, Folder 31
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 14
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And Satan Came Also, 1936 August 4

  • Box 16, Folder 32
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 15
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An Open Letter to the President, 1936 August 13

  • Box 16, Folder 33
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 16
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The Campaign is On; Let the People Take Heed, 1936 August 26

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 17
  • Box 16, Folder 34
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Self-Styled Liberals, 1936 September 2

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 18
  • Box 16, Folder 37
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Only ONE Main Issue, 1936

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 19
  • Box 16, Folder 36
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Tax Facts, 1936 September 7

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 20
  • Box 16, Folder 38
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The Way Dictatorships Start, 1936 September 22

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 21
  • Box 16, Folder 39
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Abolishing the States: A New Deal Cabinet Member as Viewed by a Southern Democratic Newspaper, 1936 October 8

  • Box 16, Folder 40
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 22
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The Platform of the American Liberty League, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 23
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Why You Should Join the American Liberty League, 1936 April 1

  • Box 16, Folder 22
  • Box 11, Folder 7, Item 24
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Which Road, 1936 May 19

  • Box 16, Folder 26
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To Defend and Uphold the Constitution of the United States, 1936 May 19

  • Box 16, Folder 27
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Mr. Wadsworth Replies to League Critic, 1936 August 28

  • Box 16, Folder 35
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Pamphlets, 1935-1936

  • Box 12

Membership materials and list of pamphlets, undated

  • Box 11, Folder 8
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The Budget Message, 1935

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 1
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The National Recovery Administration: A Review of its Past and Recommendations for its Future, 1935 January

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 2
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$4,880,000,000: An Analysis of the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935 as Approved by the House, 1935 January 28

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 3
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Economic Security: A Study of Proposed Legislation-Its Advantages, Its Dangers, and Its Background, 1935 February 4

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 4
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Democracy or Bureaucracy: Speech by Jouett Shouse, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 5
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The Bonus: An Endorsement of the Position Taken by President Roosevelt in His Letter of December 7, 1934, and an Analysis of Proposals for Pre-payment of the World War Adjusted Compensation Certificates, 1935 February

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 6
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The Constitution Still Stands: Speech of Jouett Shouse, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 7
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Inflation: Possibilities Involved in Existing and Proposed Legislation, 1935 February

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 8
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The Thirty-Hour Week: Dangers Inherent in Proposed Legislation, 1935 March

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 9
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The Pending Banking Bill: An Anlysis of a Proposal to Subject the Nation's Monetary and Banking Structure to the Exigencies of Politics, 1935 March

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 10
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The Legislative Situation: A Speech by Jouett Shouse, 1935 March 7

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 11
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The Holding Company Bill, 1935 March

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 12
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What is the Constitution Between Friends?, 1935 March 27

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 13
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Where are We Going?: The Constant Question, 1935 March 29

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 14
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Price Control: An Analysis of Experimentation under the NRA, and Recommendations for Future Legislation, 1935 April

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 15
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Congress at the Crossroads: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1935 March 30

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 16
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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A Review of Factual Analyses Issued by the American Liberty League and Some Discussion of the Present Legislative Situation, 1935 April

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 17
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The Labor Relations Bill, 1935 April

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 18
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Government by Experiment: Speech of Dr. Neil Carolthers, 1935 April 17

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 19
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How Inflation Affects The Average Family: Speech of Dr. Ray Bert Westerfield, 1935 April 18

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 20
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The AAA Amendments, 1935 April

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 21
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Political Banking: Speech of Dr. Walter E. Spahr, 1935 April 26

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 22
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The Bituminous Coal Bill: An Analysis of a Proposed Step toward Socialization of Industry, 1935 April

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 23
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Regimenting the Farmers: Speech of Dr. G.W. Dyer, 1935 May 5

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 24
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Extension of the NRA, 1935 May

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 25
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Human Rights and the Constitution: Speech of R.E. Desvernine, 1935 May 16

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 26
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The Farmers' Home Bill, 1935 May

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 27
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The TVA Amendments, 1935 May

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 28
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The New Deal: Its Unsound Theories and Irreconcilable Policies, 1935 May 31

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 29
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Is the Constitution for Sale?, 1935 May 30

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 30
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How to Meet the Issue, 1935 June 2

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 31
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The Supreme Court and the New Deal, 1935 June

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 32
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The Duty of the Church to the Social Order, 1935 June

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 33
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An Open Letter to the President, 1935 June

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 34
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The Revised AAA Amendments, 1935 June

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 35
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The Return to Democracy: Speech by Jouett Shouse, 1935 July 1

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 36
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The President's Tax Program: An Analysis of a Transparent Political Gesture, 1935 July

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 37
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The American Bar: The Trustee of American Institutions, 1935 June 29

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 38
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Two Amazing Years: Speech of Nicholas Roosevelt, 1935 July 8

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 39
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Fabian Socialism in the New Deal: Speech of Demarest Lloyd, 1935 July 9

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 40
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The People's Money: Speech of Dr. Walter E. Spahr, 1935 July 10

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 41
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The Principles of Constitutional Democracy and the New Deal: Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, 1935 July 11

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 42
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Which Road to Take?: Speech of J. Howard Pew, 1935 July 12

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 43
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The Blessings of Stability: Speech of James W. Wadsworth, 1935 July 12

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 44
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Legislation - By Coercion or Constitution: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1935 July 15

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 45
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Recovery by Statute: Speech of Dr. Neil Carothers, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 46
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Expanding Bureaucracy: A Study of an Expensive Violation of Campaign Pledges, Menacing to the Rights and Liberties of Citizens, 1935 July

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 47
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The Imperilment of Democracy: Radio Address of Fitzgerald Hal, 1935 July 18

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 48
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The Spirit of Americanism, 1935

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 49
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Lawmaking by Executive Order, 1935 August

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 50
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The Test of Citizenship: Speech of Dean Carl W. Ackerman, 1935 July 16

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 51
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Today's Lessons for Tomorrow: Speech of Captain William H. Stayton, 1935 July 13

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 52
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New Deal Laws in Federal Courts, 1935 August

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 53
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Potato Control, 1935 September

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 54
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Breathing Spells: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1935 September 16

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 55
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The National Labor Relations Act, 1935 September

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 56
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Consumers and the AAA, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 57
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Facts About the American Liberty League, 1935

  • Box 12, Folder 1, Item 58
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Straws Which Tell, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 1
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The Duty of the Lawyer in the Present Crisis, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 2
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The Constitution and the Supreme Court: Speech of Borden Burr, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 3
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Budget Prospects, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 4
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Dangerous Experimentation, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 5
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Federal Encroachment Upon the Field of Education in Texas, 1935 October

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 6
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The Economic Necessity in the Southern States for a Return to the Constitution, 1935 October 29

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 7
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The National Lawyers Committee of the American Liberty League: Address by Ethan A. Shepley, 1935 November 6

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 8
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Economic Planning: Mistaken But Not New, 1935 November

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 9
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Inflation is Bad Business: Radio Address by Neil Carothers, 1935 November

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 10
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Work Relief: A Record of the Tragic Failure of the Most Costly Governmental Experiment in All World History, 1935 November

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 11
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Opinion 148 Of the Standing Committee on Professional Ethics and Grievances of the American Bar Association, 1935 November

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 12
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The AAA and Our Form of Government, 1935 December

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 13
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Alternatives to the American Form of Government, 1935 December

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 14
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The Real Significance of the Constitutional Issue: Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, 1935 December 3

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 15
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A Program for Congress, 1935 December

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 16
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Arousing Class Prejudices: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1935 December 23

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 17
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The Fallacies and Dangers of the Townsend Plan, 1936 January 3

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 18
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The 1937 Budget, 1936 January

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 19
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What of 1936?: Address of James P. Warburg, 1936 January 15

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 20
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Americanism at the Crossroads: Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, 1936 January 15

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 21
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The Constitution and the New Deal: Address of James M. Carson, 1935 December 16

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 22
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The American Constitution - Whose Heritage?: The Self-Reliant or Those Who would be Wards of the Government?, 1936 January 18

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 23
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Professors and the New Deal, 1936 January

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 24
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The American Form of Government: Let Us Preserve It., 1936 January 18

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 25
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The Redistribution of Power: Speech of John W. Davis, 1936 January 24

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 26
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Time to Stop: Speech of Dr. Neil Carothers, 1936 January 25

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 27
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The President Has Made the Issue: Speech of Charles I. Dawson, 1936 January 25

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 28
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Seventeen Months of the American Liberty League, 1936 January 25

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 29
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The Facts in the Case: Speech of Alfred E. Smith, 1936 January 25

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 30
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Wealth and Income, 1936 February

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 31
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The Townsend Utopia: Speech of Dr. Ray Bert Westerfield, 1936 February 15

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 32
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The Constitution: What it Means to the Man in the Street, 1936 February

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 33
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Shall we Plow under the Supreme Court: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 February 6

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 34
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The Townsend Plan: An Analysis of an Attempt to Perpetrate a Cruel Hoax upon a Trusting People, 1936 February

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 35
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Inflation and Our Gold Reserve: Radio Address by Dr. Edwin Walter Kemmerer", 1936 February

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 36
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The Power of Federal Courts to Declare Acts of Congress Unconstitutional, 1936 January 25

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 37
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The Constitution: The Fortress of Liberty, 1936 February 11

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 38
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What the Constitution Means to the Citizen, 1936 March

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 39
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The Story of An Honest Man, 1936 March

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 40
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Statement by National Lawyers Committee of The American Liberty League, 1936 March

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 41
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Entrenched Greed: Speech of Dr. George Barton Cutten, 1936 February 8

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 42
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The New AAA, 1936 March

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 43
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The Right of Petition: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 March 6

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 44
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The President's 1936 Tax Proposals: The End of the So-Called Breathing Spell, 1936 April

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 45
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Should We Amend the Constitution to Grant the National Government General Welfare Powers?, 1936 April 2

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 46
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The New Inquisition: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 March 27

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 47
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It Can Be Done: Speech by Hon. Merrill E. Otis, 1936 January 31

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 48
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A Layman Looks at the Supreme Court, 1936 March 2

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 49
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New Work-Relief Funds, 1936 April

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 50
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Abuses of Power: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 April 8

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 51
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The Need for Constitutional Growth by Construction or Amendment, 1936 April 3

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 52
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Shall We Have Constitutional Liberty or Dictatorship?, 1936 April 14

  • Box 12, Folder 2, Item 53
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An American Philosophy: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 April 30

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 1
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The Liberty League: Old Friendships Destroyed, 1936 April 20

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 2
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A Federal Union: National and State Responsibilities, 1936 April 20

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 3
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Constitutional Heresy: Speech of Raoul E. Desvernine, 1936 May 9

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 4
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You Owe Thirty-One Billion Dollars: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 May 19

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 5
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The American Form of Government The Supreme Court And The New Deal, 1936 May

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 6
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Socialization of the Electric Power Industry, 1936 June

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 7
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The New Deal vs. Democracy: Speech of Jouett Shouse, 1936 June 20

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 8
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Social and Economic Experiments Under the Guise of Taxation, 1936 July

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 9
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New Deal Budget Policies, 1936 July

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 10
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A Reply to Secretary Wallace's Question: Whose Constitution! The Dominant Issue of the Campaign, 1936 August

  • Box 12, Folder 3 , Item 11
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Delegation of Legislative Power to the Executive Under the New Deal, 1936 August

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 12
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Federal Bureaucracy in the Fourth Year of the New Deal, 1936 August

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 13
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The Dual Form of Government and The New Deal, 1936 September

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 14
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A Rising or a Setting Sun?, 1936 September

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 15
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Tugwellism versus Americanism, 1936 September

  • Box 12, Folder 3, Item 16
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Assorted, 1936

Dinner meeting program, 1936

  • Box 13, Folder 3
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Jouett Shouse articles, 1936

  • Box 13, Folder 6
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Post-1936 requests for ALL information, 1957-1965

George Wolfkill correspondence, 1957-1961

  • Box 13, Folder 7
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Francis Perkins correspondence, 1959

  • Box 13, Folder 8
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Scholar requests, 1965

  • Box 13, Folder 9
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Scrapbooks, 1934-1941, undated

The American Liberty League (ALL) scrapbooks (1934-1940) contain leaflets and membership materials, press releases, and newspaper clippings related to the organization’s activities. The scrapbooks are divided into four subseries: Leaflets and membership materials, press releases, newspaper clippings of press releases, and newspaper clippings, which include general news stories from state newspapers. Scrapbook volumes 1-113, which include state newspaper clippings, are also available on microfilm.

Leaflets and membership materials, 1934-1937, undated

ALL-LMM, Volume 1, 1935 August-1936 October

  • Volume ALL-LMM 1
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ALL-LMM, volume 2, 1934 August-1935 December

  • Volume ALL-LMM 2
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ALL-LMM, volume 3, 1935 December-1937 November

  • Volume ALL-LMM 3
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ALL-LMM, volume 4, undated

  • Volume ALL-LMM 4
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Press releases, 1934-1937

ALL-PR, book 01, 1934 August 23-1935 July 16

  • Case 59MS61-01, Volume ALL-PR 01
  • Box 17, reel 1
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ALL-PR, book 02, 1935 July 22-1936 April 15

  • Box 17, reel 1
  • Case 59MS61-01, Volume ALL-PR 2
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ALL-PR, book 03, 1936 April 16-1937 September 17

  • Case 59MS61-01, Volume ALL-PR 03
  • Box 17, reel 1
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Press release newspaper clippings, 1935

ALL-PRNC, book 01, 1935 August-1935 October 30

  • Box 17, reel 2
  • Case 59MS61-01, Volume ALL-PRNC 01
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ALL-PRNC, book 02, 1935 October 30-1935 December 9

  • Case 59MS61-01, Volume ALL-PRNC 02
  • Box 17, reel 2
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ALL-PRNC, book 03, 1935 August-October

  • Case 59MS61-02, Volume ALL-PRNC 03
  • Box 17, reel 3
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ALL-PRNC, book 04, 1935 October-December

  • Case 59MS61-02, Volume ALL-PRNC 04
  • Box 17, reel 3
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Newspaper clippings, 1934-1941

ALL-NC, volume 01, 1934 August 8-August 23

  • Box 17, reel 4
  • Case 59MS61-02, Volume ALL-NC 01
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ALL-NC, volume 02, 1934 August 23

  • Case 59MS61-02, Volume ALL-NC 02
  • Box 17, reel 4
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ALL-NC, volume 03, 1934 August 23-August 24

  • Box 17, reel 4
  • Case 59MS61-03, Volume ALL-NC 03
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ALL-NC, volume 04, 1934 August 24

  • Case 59MS61-03, Volume ALL-NC 04
  • Box 17, reel 5
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ALL-NC, volume 05, 1934 August 24

  • Box 17, reel 5
  • Case 59MS61-03, Volume ALL-NC 05
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ALL-NC, volume 06, 1934 August 25

  • Case 59MS61-03, Volume ALL-NC 06
  • Box 17, reel 5
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ALL-NC, volume 07, 1934 August 25

  • Case 59MS61-04, Volume ALL-NC 07
  • Box 17, reel 6
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ALL-NC, volume 08, 1934 August 25

  • Case 59MS61-04, Volume ALL-NC 08
  • Box 17, reel 6
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ALL-NC, volume 09, 1934 August 25-26

  • Box 17, reel 6
  • Case 59MS61-04, Volume ALL-NC 09
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ALL-NC, volume 10, 1934 August 26-27

  • Case 59MS61-04, Volume ALL-NC 10
  • Box 17, reel 7
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ALL-NC, volume 11, 1934 August 27

  • Box 17, reel 7
  • Case 59MS61-05, Volume ALL-NC 11
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ALL-NC, volume 12, 1934 August 27-28

  • Case 59MS691-05, Volume ALL-NC 12
  • Box 17, reel 7
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ALL-NC, volume 13, 1934 August 28

  • Box 17, reel 8
  • Case 59MS61-05, Volume ALL-NC 13
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ALL-NC, volume 14, 1934 August 28-29

  • Case 59MS61-05, Volume ALL-NC 14
  • Box 17, reel 8
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ALL-NC, volume 15, 1934 August 29

  • Case 59MS61-06, Volume ALL-NC 15
  • Box 17, reel 8
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ALL-NC, volume 16, 1934 August 29-30

  • Case 59MS61-06, Volume ALL-NC 16
  • Box 17, reel 9
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ALL-NC, volume 17, 1934 August 30

  • Box 17, reel 9
  • Case 59MS61-06, Volume ALL-NC 17
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ALL-NC, volume 18, 1934 August 30-31

  • Case 59MS61-06, Volume ALL-NC 18
  • Box 17, reel 9
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ALL-NC, volume 19, 1934 August 31

  • Box 17, reel 10
  • Case 59MS61-07, Volume ALL-NC 19
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ALL-NC, volume 20, 1934 September 1-3

  • Case 59MS61-07, Volume ALL-NC 20
  • Box 17, reel 10
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ALL-NC, volume 21, 1934 September 3-4

  • Box 17, reel 10
  • Case 59MS61-07, Volume ALL-NC 21
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ALL-NC, volume 22, 1934 September 4-6

  • Case 59MS61-07, Volume ALL-NC 22
  • Box 17, reel 11
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ALL-NC, volume 23, 1934 September 6

  • Case 59MS61-08, Volume ALL-NCC 23
  • Box 17, reel 11
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ALL-NC, volume 24, 1934 September 6-7

  • Case 59MS61-08, Volume ALL-NC 24
  • Box 17, reel 11
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ALL-NC, volume 25, 1934 September 7

  • Box 17, reel 12
  • Case 59MS61-08, Volume ALL-NCC 25
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ALL-NC, volume 26, 1934 September 7-8

  • Case 59MS61-08, Volume ALL-NC 26
  • Box 17, reel 12
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ALL-NC, volume 27, 1934 September 8-9

  • Box 17, reel 12
  • Case 59MS61-09, Volume ALL-NC 27
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ALL-NC, volume 28, 1934 September 9-11

  • Case 59MS61-09, Volume ALL-NC 28
  • Box 17, reel 13
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ALL-NC, volume 29, 1934 September 11-12

  • Box 17, reel 13
  • Case 59MS61-09, Volume ALL-NC 29
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ALL-NC, volume 30, 1934 September 13-14

  • Case 59MS61-09, Volume ALL-NC 30
  • Box 17, reel 13
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ALL-NC, volume 31, 1934 September 14-15

  • Case 59MS61-10, Volume ALL-NC 31
  • Box 17, reel 14
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ALL-NC, volume 32, 1934 September 16

  • Case 59MS61-10, Volume ALL-NC 32
  • Box 17, reel 14
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ALL-NC, volume 33, 1934 September 17-20

  • Box 17, reel 14
  • Case 59MS61-10, Volume ALL-NC 33
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ALL-NC, volume 34, 1934 September 20-23

  • Case 59MS61-10, Volume ALL-NC 34
  • Box 17, reel 15
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ALL-NC, volume 35, 1934 September 24-27

  • Box 17, reel 15
  • Case 59MS61-11, Volume 35
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ALL-NC, volume 36, 1934 September 27-October 4

  • Box 17, reel 15
  • Case 59MS61-11, Volume 36
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ALL-NC, volume 37, 1934 October 4-November 9

  • Box 17, reel 16
  • Case 59MS61-11, Volume 37
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ALL-NC, volume 38, 1934 November 9-29

  • Box 17, reel 16
  • Case 59MS61-11, Volume 38
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ALL-NC, volume 39, 1934 November 29-1935 January 15

  • Box 17, reel 16
  • Case 59MS61-12, Volume 39
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ALL-NC, volume 40, 1935 January 15-February 13

  • Box 17, reel 17
  • Case 59MS61-12, Volume 40
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ALL-NC, volume 41, 1935 February 14-April 3

  • Box 17, reel 17
  • Case 59MS61-12, Volume 41
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ALL-NC, volume 42, 1935 April 13-May 11

  • Case 59MS61-12, Volume 42
  • Box 17, reel 17
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ALL-NC, volume 43, 1935 May 11-June 15

  • Box 17, reel 18
  • Case 59MS61-13, Volume 43
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ALL-NC, volume 44, 1935 June 15-July 21

  • Box 17, reel 18
  • Case 59MS61-13, Volume 44
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ALL-NC, volume 45, 1935 July 21-September 12

  • Box 17, reel 18
  • Case 59MS61-13, Volume 45
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ALL-NC, volume 46, 1935 September 12-23

  • Box 17, reel 19
  • Case 59MS61-13, Volume 46
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ALL-NC, volume 47, 1935 September 23-October 11

  • Box 17, reel 19
  • Case 59MS61-14, Volume 47
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ALL-NC, volume 48, 1935 October 11-November 1

  • Box 17, reel 19
  • Case 59MS61-14, Volume 48
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ALL-NC, volume 49, 1935 November 1-20

  • Box 17, reel 20
  • Case 59MS61-14, Volume 49
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ALL-NC, volume 50, 1934 November 20-December 14

  • Case 59MS61-14, Volume 50
  • Box 17, reel 20
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ALL-NC, volume 51, 1935 December 14-28

  • Box 17, reel 20
  • Case 59MS61-15, Volume 51
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ALL-NC, volume 52, 1935 December 28-1936 January 3

  • Box 17, reel 21
  • Case 59MS61-15, Volume 52
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ALL-NC, volume 53, 1936 January 3-7

  • Box 17, reel 21
  • Case 59MS61-15, Volume 53
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ALL-NC, volume 54, 1936 January 7-13

  • Box 17, reel 21
  • Case 59MS61-15, Volume 54
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ALL-NC, volume 55, 1936 January 13-22

  • Box 17, reel 22
  • Case 59MS61-16, Volume 55
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ALL-NC, volume 56, 1936 January 22-26

  • Box 17, reel 22
  • Case 59MS61-16, Volume 56
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ALL-NC, volume 57, 1936 January 26-27

  • Box 17, reel 22
  • Case 59MS61-16, Volume 57
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ALL-NC, volume 58, 1936 January 27

  • Case 59MS61-16, Volume 58
  • Box 17, reel 23
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ALL-NC, volume 59, 1936 January 27-28

  • Box 17, reel 23
  • Case 59MS61-17, Volume 59
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ALL-NC, volume 60, 1936 January 28-29

  • Box 17, reel 23
  • Case 59MS61-17, Volume 60
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ALL-NC, volume 61, 1936 January 29-30

  • Box 17, reel 24
  • Case 59MS61-17, Volume 61
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ALL-NC, volume 62, 1936 January 30

  • Box 17, reel 24
  • Case 59MS61-17, Volume 62
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ALL-NC, volume 63, 1936 January 30-31

  • Box 17, reel 24
  • Case 59MS61-18, Volume 63
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ALL-NC, volume 64, 1936 January 31-February 1

  • Box 18, reel 25
  • Case 59MS61-18, Volume 64
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ALL-NC, volume 65, 1936 February 2-3

  • Box 18, reel 25
  • Case 59MS61-18, Volume 65
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ALL-NC, volume 66, 1936 February 4-6

  • Case 59MS61-18, Volume 66
  • Box 18, reel 25
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ALL-NC, volume 67, 1936 February 6-8

  • Box 18, reel 26
  • Case 59MS61-19, Volume 67
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ALL-NC, volume 68, 1936 February 8-12

  • Box 18, reel 26
  • Case 59MS61-19, Volume 68
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ALL-NC, volume 69, 1936 February 12-16

  • Box 18, reel 26
  • Case 59MS61-19, Volume 69
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ALL-NC, volume 70, 1936 February 12-23

  • Case 59MS61-19, Volume 70
  • Box 18, reel 27
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ALL-NC, volume 71, 1936 February 23-29

  • Box 18, reel 27
  • Case 59MS61-20, Volume 71
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ALL-NC, volume 72, 1936 March 1-7

  • Box 18, reel 27
  • Case 59MS61-20, Volume 72
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ALL-NC, volume 73, 1936 March 7-13

  • Box 18, reel 28
  • Case 59MS61-20, Volume 73
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ALL-NC, volume 74, 1936 March 13-21

  • Case 59MS61-20, Volume 74
  • Box 18, reel 28
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ALL-NC, volume 75, 1936 March 21-31

  • Case 59MS61-21, Volume 75
  • Box 18, reel 28
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ALL-NC, volume 76, 1936 April 1-10

  • Case 59MS61-21, Volume 76
  • Box 18, reel 29
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ALL-NC, volume 77, 1936 April 10-16

  • Box 18, reel 29
  • Case 59MS61-21, Volume 77
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ALL-NC, volume 78, 1936 April 17-23

  • Case 59MS61-21, Volume 78
  • Box 18, reel 29
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ALL-NC, volume 79, 1936 April 23-30

  • Case 59MS61-22, Volume 79
  • Box 18, reel 30
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ALL-NC, volume 80, 1936 May 1-11

  • Case 59MS61-22, Volume 80
  • Box 18, reel 30
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ALL-NC, volume 81, 1936 May 11-22

  • Case 59MS61-22, Volume 81
  • Box 18, reel 30
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ALL-NC, volume 82, 1936 May 22-31

  • Box 18, reel 31
  • Case 59MS61-22, Volume 82
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ALL-NC, volume 83, 1936 June 1-11

  • Case 59MS61-23, Volume 83
  • Box 18, reel 31
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ALL-NC, volume 84, 1936 June 11-21

  • Case 59MS61-23, Volume 84
  • Box 18, reel 31
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ALL-NC, volume 85, 1936 June 21-24

  • Box 18, reel 32
  • Case 59MS61-23, Volume 85
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ALL-NC, volume 86, 1936 June 24-26

  • Box 18, reel 32
  • Case 59MS61-23, Volume 86
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ALL-NC, volume 87, 1936 June 26-July 1

  • Box 18, reel 32
  • Case 59MS61-24, Volume 87
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ALL-NC, volume 88, 1936 July 1-11

  • Box 18, reel 33
  • Case 59MS61-24, Volume 88
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ALL-NC, volume 89, 1936 July 11-22

  • Case 59MS61-24, Volume 89
  • Box 18, reel 33
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ALL-NC, volume 90, 1936 July 22-31

  • Box 18, reel 33
  • Case 59MS61-24, Volume 90
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ALL-NC, volume 91, 1936 July 31-August 9

  • Case 59MS61-25, Volume 91
  • Box 18, reel 34
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ALL-NC, volume 92, 1936 August 9-17

  • Box 18, reel 34
  • Case 59MS61-25, Volume 92
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ALL-NC, volume 93, 1936 August 17-26

  • Case 59MS61-25, Volume 93
  • Box 18, reel 34
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ALL-NC, volume 94, 1936 August 26-September 5

  • Case 59MS61-25, Volume 94
  • Box 18, reel 35
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ALL-NC, volume 95, 1936 September 6-15

  • Box 18, reel 35
  • Case 59MS61-26, Volume 95
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ALL-NC, volume 96, 1936 September 15-25

  • Box 18, reel 35
  • Case 59MS61-26, Volume 96
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ALL-NC, volume 97, 1936 September 25-October 2

  • Box 18, reel 36
  • Case 59MS61-26, Volume 97
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ALL-NC, volume 98, 1936 October 2-10

  • Box 18, reel 36
  • Case 59MS61-26, Volume 98
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ALL-NC, volume 99, 1936 October 11-20

  • Box 18, reel 36
  • Case 59MS61-27, Volume 99
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ALL-NC, volume 100, 1936 October 20-30

  • Box 18, reel 37
  • Case 59MS61-27, Volume 100
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ALL-NC, volume 101, 1936 October 30-November 7

  • Box 18, reel 37
  • Case 59MS61-27, Volume 101
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ALL-NC, volume 102, 1936 November 7-December 2

  • Case 59MS61-27, Volume 102
  • Box 18, reel 37
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ALL-NC, volume 103, 1936 December 2-1937 February 17

  • Box 18, reel 38
  • Case 59MS61-28, Volume 103
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ALL-NC, volume 104, 1937 February 18-May 13

  • Box 18, reel 38
  • Case 59MS61-28, Volume 104
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ALL-NC, volume 105, 1937 May 14-August 19

  • Box 18, reel 38
  • Case 59MS61-28, Volume 105
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ALL-NC, volume 106, 1937 August 19-September 29

  • Box 18, reel 39
  • Case 59MS61-28, Volume 106
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ALL-NC, volume 107, 1937 September 29-December 30

  • Box 18, reel 39
  • Case 59MS61-29, Volume 107
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ALL-NC, volume 108, 1938 January 1-April 30

  • Box 18, reel 39
  • Case 59MS61-29, Volume 108
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ALL-NC, volume 109, 1938 May 1-October 31

  • Box 18, reel 40
  • Case 59MS61-29, Volume 109
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ALL-NC, volume 110, 1938 November 1-1939 May 28

  • Case 59MS61-29, Volume 110
  • Box 18, reel 40
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ALL-NC, volume 111, 1939 June 1-December 1

  • Box 18, reel 40
  • Case 59MS61-30, Volume 111
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ALL-NC, volume 112, 1940 January-June 15

  • Box 18, reel 41
  • Case 59MS61-30, Volume 112
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ALL-NC, volume 113, 1940 June 16-1941 May 11

  • Box 18, reel 41
  • Case 59MS61-30, Volume 113
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Miscellaneous speeches, reports, and autobiographical sketches, 1934-1960, undated

Comprises transcripts of speeches delivered by Jouett Shouse to Lexington-area clubs, including the Lexington chapter of the Thoroughbred Club of America; autobiographical material used for press purposes; and a 1952 report of U.S. consulates in Germany.

Thoroughbred Club of America speech (Lexington, KY), 1934

  • Box 13, Folder 10
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Why Lexington is Attractive (Shouse speech), undated

  • Box 13, Folder 11
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Jouett Shouse autobiographical materials, 1920-1960

  • Box 14, Folder 1
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White House envelopes, 1916-1958

  • Box 14, Folder 2
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Report on U.S. consulates, 1952

  • Box 14, Folder 3
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Photographs, 1928-1944, undated

Comprises black-and-white photographs of the Democratic National Committee Advising Committee, 1928; Shouse giving a speech; travel in Germany; and the Shouse family.

Jouett Shouse, undated

  • Box 15, Item 1
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Jouett Shouse before an audience, undated

  • Box 15, Item 2-3
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Mrs. Jouett Shouse, undated

  • Box 15, Item 4
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Catherine Filene, undated

  • Box 15, Item 5
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Heinrich Bachmaier and Jouett Shouse in Bad Reichenhall, Germany, undated

  • Box 15, Item 6-7
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Jouett Shouse and grandson, Cuthbert R. Train, Jr., [1943, 1944]

  • Box 15, Item 8
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Shouse's Boxer dog Vorspiel, circa 1943

  • Box 15, Item 9
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Jouett and Catherine Filene Shouse at racetrack, undated

  • Box 15, Item 10
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Advising Committee of the Democratic National Committee, 1928

  • Box 15, Item 11
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Personal scrapbooks, 1899-1958

Comprises one volume that contains editorial articles Jouett Shouse wrote from 1898-1904 as a reporter with the the Morning Herald, and the successor newspaper, the Lexington Herald. The remaining 17 scrapbooks include newspaper articles written about Shouse in different aspects of his political career.

PERS, volume 1, 1899-1911

  • Volume PERS 1
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PERS, volume 2, 1912 January 1-1914 November 1

  • Volume PERS 2
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PERS, volume 3, 1914 March 1-November 1

  • Volume PERS 3
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PERS, volume 4, 1914 November 1-1915 March 1

  • Volume PERS 4
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PERS, volume 5, 1915 March 1-1916 January 15

  • Volume PERS 5
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PERS, volume 6, 1916 January-October

  • Volume PERS 6
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PERS, volume 7, 1916 November-1917 May

  • Volume PERS 7
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PERS, volume 8, 1918 June-October

  • Volume PERS 8
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PERS, volume 9, 1918 September-1919 April

  • Volume PERS 9
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PERS, volume 10, 1919 May-1920 May

  • Volume PERS 10
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PERS, volume 11, 1920 May-October

  • Volume PERS 11
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PERS, volume 12, 1920 October-1923 November

  • Volume PERS 12
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PERS, volume 13, 1923 December-1924 September

  • Volume PERS 13
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PERS, volume 14, 1924 September-1928 January

  • Volume PERS 14
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PERS, volume 15, 1941-1948

  • Volume PERS 15
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PERS, volume 16, 1949 January-1953 October

  • Volume PERS 16
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PERS, volume 17, 1953 October-1955

  • Volume PERS 17
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PERS, volume 18, 1956-1958

  • Volume PERS 18
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