MsC 74

 

Manuscript Register

 

THE PAPERS OF R.M. EVANS

 

Collection Dates: 1844 -- 1956

(Bulk Dates: 1933 to 1956)

2 linear ft.

 

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Photographs: Item numbers: 10, 12, 13, 14, 52, 99, 100, 104

 

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Biographical Note

Chronological Timeline

Rudolph Martin Evans

1890 born

1936 Special assistant to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

1938 Administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration

1942 Governor of the Federal Reserve System

1954 Ended term as governor of Federal Reserve System

1956 Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Iowa

1956 died

Scope and Contents

This collections consists of texts for speeches, reports, press releases, appointment books, correspondence, albums of photographs, and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings. The scrapbooks have been removed from the sequence of item numbers and moved to the end of the collection.

Related materials

 

Evans, Rudolph Martin. The reminiscences of R. M. Evans. [Glen Rock, N.J., Microfilming Corp. of America], c1972. MAIN MEDIA SERVICES Micro fiche 254

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882 -- 1945. Letter to Rudolph M. Evans. Washington, D.C. 1943 February 5. Concerning his appointing Mr. Evans to a committee to consider cases of subversive activity on the part of Federal employees. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Department Pres/Letters

Stevenson, Adlai E. (Adlai Ewing), 1900 -- 1965. Letter to [R.M. Evans]. On verso is an ALS from Evans to Stevenson concerning the cut in farm prices, the importance of a Democratic victory in 1956, and requesting Evans' support at the convention. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Department MsL S847 e

Box List

 

Box 1

 

Item Number: Description

 

10: U. S. Department of Agriculture. "On the set of 'Farmers and Defense.'" USDA Studio, August 4, 1941. Book of Photographs

 

12: Unidentified book of photographs. Photographs include one of Henry Wallace and Franklin D. Roosevelt and many autographed photos addressed to Evans, apparently while he was Administrator of the AAA.

 

13: Unidentified book of photographs. Photographs include Henry Wallace, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and many others. Apparently compiled while Evans was administrator of the AAA.


14: Unidentified book of photographs. Apparently U.S.D.A. photographs in connection with the early war effort of the United States.

 

Box 2

 

20: R.M. Evans. Articles and statements. 1943 -- 1953


21: J.L. Boatman. Letter to Evans. December 5, 1934

 

22: James W. Hook. Carbon of letter to Mr. George H. Houston, mentioning Evans and also opposing the farm policies of Henry Wallace. 27 November 1934

 

23: R.M. Evans. Radio address over WHO. 24 January 1935

 

24: R.M. Evans. Radio address over WHO. 31 January 1935

 

25: R.M. Evans. Address, livestock situation. 5 December 1935

 

26: R.M. Evans. 1935 AAA program

 

27: R.M. Evans. Address about soil conservation

 

28: R.M. Evans. Address over WOI. 26 February 1936. Ray Murray. Letter to Evans concerning the above address. 27 February 1936

 

29: R.M. Evans and R.K. Bliss. Radio dialogue, WOI. 4 April 1936

 

30: R.M. Evans. Address before the Western Grain and Feed Dealers Convention, Sioux City, Iowa. 22 April 1936

 

31: R.M. Evans. Report to the National Emergency Council. 27 April 1935

 

32: R.M. Evans. Report to the National Emergency Council. 26 April 1936 (penciled notation on front page, "corrected for Year Book")

 

33: R.M. Evans. Talk over WHO. 5 May 1936

 

34: Unknown author. Appears to be a candidate for the US Senate. 20 May 1936

 

35: R.M. Evans. Address before the Western Grain and Feed Dealers Convention. Sioux City, Iowa. 22 April 1936

 

36: R. M. Evans. Letter and reply about including enclosed material in the Iowa Agricultural Yearbook. 26 May 1936

 

37: R. M. Evans. Speech in substitution for Governor Herring's weekly address. 6 June 1935

 

38: County map of Iowa. Summary of construction activity. 1934, 1935

 

39: H. A. Wallace. Memorandum designating Evans as Administrator of the AAA. 6 October 1938

 

40: Sparta Ishmaelite, Sparta, Georgia. Copy of old letter written in 1844 with suggestions for reducing the production of cotton. 3 November 1938

 

41: Louis C. Nolan. Memorandum concerning Alexander Hamilton's statements concerning the farmer and the tariff. 3 November 1938

 

42: R. M. Evans. Trips performed by R. M. Evans. 1938 -- 1941

 

43: H. A. Wallace. Memorandum appointing Evans to the Board

 

44: E. Westman. Letter about an appointment with the President of the U. S. 8 February 1939

 

45: R. M. Evans. Appointment as a director of the Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation. 4 January 1940

 

46: H. A. Wallace. Appointment of Evans as Chairman of the Crop Insurance Board. 22 March 1940

 

47: Claude R. Wickard. Evans to continue to serve as member of the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Home Corporation. 8 February 1941

 

48: Pages from the diary of a Ministry of Food Observer. 1941

 

49: Claude R. Wickard, Authorization for Evans to travel to England, France, Spain, and Portugal to obtain information about food problems from the Food Ministry and of the unoccupied countries of Europe. 30 July 1941

 

50: U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Press release: Appleby and Evans to visit Great Britain. 6 August 1941

 

51: R. M. Evans. Note and enclosure of RAF propaganda for the Germans along with a translation of the propaganda. Propaganda dated 12 August 1941

 

52: R. M. Evans. Photograph of Evans with an unidentified person in the doorway of the American embassy, London. 24 August 1941

 

53: Royal Fountain Hotel. Canterbury. Brochure. Note on verso of cover by Evans. 24 August 1941

 

54: R. M. Evans. Papers concerning trip to England in 1941. (9 pieces)

 

55: R. M. Evans. Story of his trip to England in 1941. Includes report, diary, and other memoranda. 1941 (20 pieces)

 

56: R. M. Evans. Address: the AAA in a post-war world. 28 November 1941

 

57: R. M. Evans. Reorganization memorandum. 17 January 1942

 

58: Congressional Record. Torn page 2173 with red mark on page 2174 indicating the confirmation of R. M. Evans to be a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. 9 March 1942

59: Photocopy. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Nomination of R. M. Evans to Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System. 1 February 1940

 

60: R. M. Evans. Farewell letter to staff. 18 March 1942

 

61: Agricultural Liaison Officer. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. To Evans thanking him for a tin of tobacco. 28 April 1942

 

62: R. M. Evans and Capt. Cleveland Fyfe. Exchange of letters generally supporting agricultural cooperation between England and the United States after the war. 19 May 1942

 

63: R. M. Evans. Address: the future of agriculture in a world of peace. Grinnell, Iowa. 20 June 1942

 

64: Franklin D. Roosevelt. Appointment of Evans as a member of the interdepartmental committee to consider cases of subversive activity among Federal employees. 5 February 1943. Copy of letter, original in presidential letter collection.

 

65: R. M. Evans. Letter of acceptance by Evans to the Interdepartmental Committee and the report of a conversation Attorney-General Biddle. 8 February 1943

 

66: Interdepartmental Committee. Material dealing with the functioning of this committee. February 1943

 

67: Department of State. Letter authorizing Evans as a delegate to the United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture. 8 May 1943

 

68: R. M. Evans. Address: Conference On Food and Agriculture Offers Hope for Farmers. 31 May 1943

 

69: United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture. Summation of the results of the conference by the Secretary-General. 3 June 1943

 

70: R. M. Evans. Economic results of conservation. 17 November 1943

 

71: R. M. Evans. Letter to Herbert E. Gaston, Assistant Secretary of Treasury. 18 June 1945

 

72: Committee on Subversives. Carbon of proposed report with penciled notations. Not dated, presumably linked with letter above.

 

73: R. M. Evans. Activities as Red Cross Blood Donor Committee Chairman. Letters: December 6, 1941; 7 September 1945; 20 September 1945; 5 October 1945

 

74: Member of the House of Lords (signature illegible). Note about Federal Reserve Board Statement on the loan to Britain. 21 March 1946

 

75: N. E. Dodd, Under Secretary of Agriculture. Letter to Evans with revised article on agriculture which Evans wrote. USDA seems to have revised the article. 10 June 1946

 

76: Herbert E. Gaston, Chairman, Interdepartmental Committee on Employee Investigations, Department of Justice, Washington, DC Covering letter and two reports of the Interdepartmental Committee on Employee Investigations. 3 December 1946

 

77: P. G. Watterson, Chief, Budget and Finance Section, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Covering letter and enclosure exempting the Food and Agriculture Organization from U. S. income tax. 25 February 1947

 

78: Herbert E. Gaston. Cover letter and a copy of statement which Gaston made to the President's Temporary Commission on Employee Loyalty. 4 March 1947

 

79: R. M. Evans. Letter to Gaston about the receipt of the photostat of the letter from President Truman terminating the Interdepartmental Committee on Employee Investigations. 7 April 1947

 

80: Mrs. Jerry Greene. Letter concerning possible radio speech by Evans supporting the fund raising campaign of the Red Cross. 30 March 1949. (also 9 February 1949 letter)

 

81: R. M. Evans. Regulation W. -- Its role in economic stability. 30 March 1949

 

82: Nita S. Russell, Director of Recruitment, Washington Regional Blood Center. 23 June 1949

 

83: R. M. Evans, Statement about proposed changes and analysis of weaknesses in the Federal Reserve System. Apparently statement addressed to Chairman Martin (House Martin?). 2 April 1952

 

84: R. M. Evans, Memorandum re: bank holding company legislation. 22 January 1953

 

85: R. M. Evans (dictated this according to pencil note). Bank Holding, penciled title. May 1953

 

86: R. M. Evans, "Statement by Governor R. M. Evans of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System regarding Bank Holding Company Legislation." 8 June 1953

 

87: R. M. Evans. "Remarks by R. M. Evans. Member. Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at meeting of Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa." January 25, 1954

 

88: R. M. Evans. "Farm Policies, remarks by R. M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at meeting of National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa." February 20, 1954

 

89: R. M. Evans. Correspondence by and to Mr. E. Howard Hill, President, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Bureau Building, Des Moines 9, Iowa. 25 March 1954

 

90: Frank W. Hussey, President, Nation Council of Farmer Cooperatives, Washington, D. C. 16 April 1954

 

91: R. M. Evans. "The Independent Bank and Capitalism" before the Convention of the Independent Bankers Association, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Michigan. 30 April 1954

 

92: The National Council of the National Planning Association. Directory of Membership. March 1956

 

93: American National Red Cross. Citation, letter, ticket of admission. 1946

 

94: Censorship Bermuda. Stamped envelope issued by Pan Americans Airways Company for use with censoring material of persons entering the United Kingdom. Presumed this was in connection with his trip to England before the U. S. entered World War II.

 

95: United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture. Officers of the conference, members of the delegations, officers of the secretariat.
May -- June, 1943

 

96: R. M. Evans. Probably a note to himself of persons to visit, if he should make another trip as Governor of the Federal Reserve System. Undated

 

97: Banquet Nationale de Belgique. Invitations to R. M. Evans. Undated issuing

 

98: Calling cards. Apparently cards presented to R. M. Evans on various occasions. Undated

 

99: Photographs. "Rome -- 10/51, F.A.O."

 

100: Photograph "Holback Slot Ladegaard Holback Denmark." Undated

 

101: The Evening Star, Washington, D. C. Clipping, "FAO Delegates leave Rome with plans for raising world's diet." 7 December 1951

 

102: Donato Menichella. Benca D'Italia. 28 October 1951

 

103: U. S. Department of Agriculture. "Corn-hog reduction contract." Undated

 

104: Photographs with a note from Ralph Moyer. Miscellany

 

105: Conference Internationale Du Credit. October 1951

 

106: H. L. Dietrich, Member, Iowa Agricultural Conservation Committee, Brooklyn, Iowa. "The A.A.A. in Iowa." August 1940

 

107: Miscellaneous materials. These should be looked through by anyone using the papers. However, they do not bear enough identification to be listed as items in the inventory.


2: Record of activities in the Department of Agriculture, 1933 -- 1942

3: Transamerica Case

Box 3

108: Adlai E. Stevenson, letter to R.M. Evans after presidential primaries. 20 June 1956. Verso has undated, unsigned handwritten note, presumably Evan's draft reply to Stevenson.

 

109: Adlai E. Stevenson. Letter t o R. M. Evans during 1956 campaign. 23 August 1956

 

110: Beth Short, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Telegram to R. M. Evans about arranging meeting with Senator Humphrey. 24 August (1956 )

 

111: Nancy Williams (wife of G. Mennen Williams, Governor of Michigan). Letter to R.M. Evans. 4 September 1956

 

112: Hubert H. Humphrey. Letter to R.M. Evans during 1956 campaign. 17 September 1956

 

113: Estes Kefauver. Letter to R. M. Evans during campaign of 1956. 17 October 1956

 

114: Adlai F. Stevenson. Telegram to R.M. Evans during campaign of 1956, 18 October 1956. Verso has some undated, unsigned notes, probably by R. M. Evans.

 

115: Bob Connet and Bob Wilson. Telegram to R. M. Evans. 5 November (1956 )

 

116: Estes Kefauver. Telegram to R.M. Evans on eve of election. 5 November 1956. Verso has unsigned note, dated "11/8/56" to "Estes."

 

117: Estes Kefauver. Telegram to R.M. Evans on eve of election. 6 November (1956)
(ALL OF FOLLOWING ARE LETTERS TO EVANS EXPRESSING REGRET ON LOSS OF ELECTION)

 

118: "Jack" (probably S. J. Galvin ). 7 November 1956

 

119: Edward A. McDermott. 7 November 1956

 

120: Paul M. Butler, chairman, Democratic National Committee. Telegram. 8 November 1956

 

121: Averell Harriman. Telegram. 8 November (1956)

 

122: "Leonard". (Possibly Leonard Townsend.) 8 November 1956

 

123: Arthur Sanford. Telegram to Evans. 8 November 1956

 

124: Robert M. Moore. 8 November 1956

 

125: Mrs. Joseph (Beth) Short. 9 November 1956

 

126: Otha D. Wearin. 9 November 1956

 

127: George Smathers (U. S. Senator). 9 November 1956. (Chairman of Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee)

 

128: "Estes" (Kefauver ). Penned note at bottom of typed letter. 10 November 1956

 

129: Carl Hamilton, editor, Iowa Falls Citizen. Letter to Evens after defeat. 12 November 1956

 

130: Wesley McCune. 13 November 1956

 

131: G. Mennen Williams. 14 November 1956

 

132: Frank W. Hussey. 14 November 1956

 

133: Helen Walker, Secretary of Young Democrats of Pottawattamie County. 15 November 1956

 

134: R.J. Quackenbush, Meneough, Martin & Seymour, Inc. 16 November 1956

 

135: "Elliott". (From office of Chairman of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve System). Undated

 

136: James R. Heyer. Undated

 

137: Albert C. Agnew, attorney. Letter to R.M. Evans concerning his resignation from Federal Reserve System, Board of Governors. 21 May 1954.

 

138: Chester Morrill, letter to R. M. Evans. 23 May 1954

(ALL OF FOLLOWING ARE LETTERS TO EVANS EXPRESSING REGRET THAT HE IS RESIGNING) (except #140)


139: Marvin Jones, U.S. Court of Claims, Chief Judge, Washington, D. C. 27 May 1954

140: Daniel W. Bell, chairman of Washington, DC, Chapter of American Red Cross. Letter to R.M. Evans in reply to his resignation from Board of Directors of that organization. 1 June 1954

141: Cecil E. Earhart, President, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. 30 July 1954

142: Lowell Myrick. 4 August 1954

143: "Bill" (from office of Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System.) 6 August 1954

144: "Al", Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 13 August 1954

145: "Hop", President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. 13 August 1954

146: Watrous H. Irons, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. 16 August 1954

147: "Malcolm" (from office of President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta). 16 August 1954

148: Harold D. Hodgkinson, Chairman, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. 16 August 1954

149: Oliver S. Powell, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. 18 August 1954

150: A.H. (Harry) Brawner, Chairman of Board, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. 18 August 1954

151: Joseph A. (Lief) Erickson, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. 18 August 1954

152. J. R. Parten, Chairman of the Board, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. 18 August 1954

153: John S. Coleman, Burroughs Corporation (Detroit). 19 August 1954

154: William J. Mainel, Chairman of Board, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. 23 August 1954

155: H. Garvin Leedy, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. 26 August 1954

156: Wilbur D. Fulton, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. 31 August 1954

157: Raymond W. Hall, Chairman of the Board, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. 31 August 1954

158: J.B. Woodward, Jr., Chairman of the Board, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. 15 September 1954

159: Robert D. Fleming, President and Chairman of the Board, The Riggs National Bank of Washington, DC 8 November 1954

160: "Porter." Letter to R.M. Evans concerning his decision to run for the Senate from Iowa. Dated Fairfax, Virginia, 23 January 1955

161: James Louis Robertson, member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System. Letter to R.M. Evans expressing regret at his resignation from Board. 15 February 1955.

162: Merriner S. Eccles, Chairman of the Board, First Security Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah. Letter to R.M. Evans concerning his decision to run for the Senate. 11 January 1956. Verso has unsigned, undated handwritten note in reply, probably by Evans.

163: H.G. Hershey, Chairman, Iowa Natural Resources Council, Des Moines. Letter to R.M. Evans concerning his decision to run for the Senate. 26 January 1956

164: Roy F. Hendrickson, Executive Secretary of National Federation of Grain Cooperatives. Letter to R.M. Evans on farm problems. 3 February 1956. Verso of page 2 has unsigned, handwritten reply, probably by Evans, dated February 14, 1956.

165: E. Howard Hill, President of Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Letter to R.M. Evans on farm problems. 7 February 1956

166: H.G. Hershey. Letter to R.M. Evans, 23 February 1956. Handwritten reply on bottom of page and continued on back, dated February 24, 1956. Unsigned but probably by R.M. Evans.

167: C.R. Elder, Director of Information Service, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. Letter to R.M. Evans concerning equal broadcast time. 8 March 1956

168: Jane Alexander, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Letter to R.M. Evans. 18 June 1956

169: R.M. Evans. "The Future of Agriculture in a World of Peace. Address before the Institute of International Relations at Grinnell, Iowa, Friday, June 19, 1942. "

170: R.M. Evans. "Agriculture in the Postwar World," (by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC). Penciled note at bottom of page 1: "For Wallace's Farmer --1943."

171: R.M. Evans. "Plans for International Currency Stabilization" (by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC). Penciled note at bottom of p.1: "Appeared in Des Moines Register October 1943."

172: R.M. Evans. "Beef Cattle Situation" (by R.M. Evans, Member of Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC). November 4, 1943.

173: Copy of above

174: R.M. Evans. "Danger of Inflation in Farm Land Values," (article for "Anti-Inflation Bulletin" written by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, D. C.). Dated in pencil "1/29/44."

175: R.M. Evans. "Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Statement of Governor R.M. Evans before Senate Banking and Currency Committee on Regulation of Consumer Installment Credit." 24 November 1947. Mimeographed copy.

176: Printed copy of above.

177: R.M. Evans. "Conservation and Credit," by R.M. Evans, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, D. C. Reprint from unidentified source. Pencil note date, "Denver -- September 10, 1948".

178: R.M. Evans. "The Perpetual Farm Problem." (An abstract of an address to be delivered by R. M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors Federal Reserve System, at the meeting of the Westcentral Cooperative Grain Company at Omaha, Nebraska, on October 18, 1948.)

179: R. M. Evans. "Regulation W -- Its Role in Economic Stability," by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors of Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC Remarks before the Consumer Installment Credit Conference, American Bankers Association, St. Louis, Missouri, on March 30, 1949.

180: R.M. Evans. "Consumer Credit Regulation in a Garrison Economy." An address by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at a meeting of the Tri-State Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, at 10:15 a.m., October 13, 1950.

181: R.M. Evans. "The Bankers' Interest in Fighting the High Cost of Living." (Remarks by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at meeting of National Installment Credit Conference, ABA, Chicago, Illinois, on March 12, 1951.)

182: R.M. Evans. "Monetary Policy and Food Production." Remarks by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at a meeting of the National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa, February 15, 1952. 7 p.m., C.S.T.

183: R.M. Evans. "America's Stake in the Independent Bank" Remarks of R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at the annual Independent Bankers Breakfast, 8:00 a.m., Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C. , September 21, 1953.

184: R.M. Evans. "Remarks by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at meeting of Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa, January 25, 1954. "

185: R.M. Evans. "Farm Policies." Remarks by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, at meeting of National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa. 20 February 1954. Original copy of speech

186 --190: Mimeographed copies of above

191: R. M. Evans. "The Independent Bank and Capitalism." Address by R.M. Evans, Member, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, before the Convention of The Independent Bankers Association, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Michigan, April 30, 1954.

192: R.M. Evans. "The Farmer in a Prosperous Economy." Undated speech

193: R.M. Evans. "Foreign Aid." Remarks for a recorded campaign speech, 1956

194: Copy of above.

195: R.M. Evans. Remarks for a recorded campaign speech, 1956

196: Copy of above.

197: R.M. Evans. "Flexible Supports." Remarks for a recorded campaign speech, 1956

198: Copy of above.

199: R.M. Evans. "Editorial for Waterloo Daily Courier by R.M. 'Spike' Evans, Arnolds Park, Iowa," Senate campaign article, 1956

200: Copy of above.

201: R.M. Evans. Miscellaneous page of agriculture statistics. Undated

Appointment books 1942 -- 1947

Box 4

Appointment books 1948 -- 1954
 
Scrapbooks

6: R. M. Evans. Scrapbook. Clippings from 1933 to 1936

 

7: R. M. Evans. Scrapbook. Clippings from 1936 to 1943

 

8: R. M. Evans. Scrapbook. Clippings about the Transamerica case

 

9: R. M. Evans. Scrapbook. Clippings from 1942 to 1954

 

15: R.M. Evans. Speeches, 1938 -- 1939

 

16: R.M. Evans. Speeches, 1940

 

17: R.M. Evans. Speeches, 1941 -- 194

 

18: R.M. Evans, Speeches, 1942 -- 1943

 

19: R.M. Evans. Speeches, 1949 -- 1954

 

Item unaccounted for:


4: Report of the Administrator of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration 1941. This has a "Confidential" note pasted on the front cover.

 

 

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