PAPERS OF HENRY A. WALLACE
SERIES X: WRITINGS
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Series X: Box 59
January 1. Radio discussion between HAW and Johannes Steel, concerning the issues facing the American people at home and abroad during 1945
January 8. Radio interview with Leon Pearson
January 16. Statement on the death of Senator Francis Maloney
January 17. Statement on the liberation of Warsaw, Poland
January 25. Statement before the Senate Commerce Committee, concerning S. 375, a bill which would remove the present lending functions from the U.S. Department of Commerce
Series X: Box 60
January 29. Address at a testimonial dinner in honor of HAW, sponsored by the Union for Democratic Action and the New Republic Magazine, New York City
February 24. Statement on the death of Alexei Tolstoy
March 2. Statement after being sworn in as Secretary of Commerce
March 5. Statement on the appointment of Fred M. Vinson as Federal Loan Administrator
March 6. "Education and the Common Man." Draft of a proposed speech on education
March 13. Statement before the Aviation Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce concerning federal aid Airport Legislation
March 23. Statement for the radio program, "March of Time," concerning post-war employment
March 26. Statement to United States businessmen engaged in trade with Latin America
March 27. Statement on the 4th anniversary of Yugoslav resistance to Nazi-Facism
April 12. Statement on the death of President Roosevelt
April 17. "Foreign Trade for Small Business." Statement before the Subcommittee on Foreign Trade for Small Business of the Senate Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business
April 19. "Exports of over $10 Billion Envisaged - To Provide 5 Million Jobs"
Statement for use during Wartime National Foreign Trade Week, May 20-26, 1945
April 23. Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee concerning the proposed extension of the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
May 8. "Postwar Objectives for the Construction Industry." Statement before the Small Business Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business
May 8. Statement on the victory in Europe and post-war problems
May 11. Discussion concerning surplus consumer goods, by HAW and Alfred Schindler on the radio program, "Headline Edition"
May 14. Statement on the official proclamation of V-E Day
May 24. "Reconversion and Foreign Trade." Address before the World Trade Luncheon of the New York Foreign Trade Week Committee, New York City
May 24. "The United States and the Industrialization of the World." Address before the Institute of World Affairs, New York City
May 28. Statement on a report by the small business Advisory Committee of the Department of Commerce outlining a program to insure small business a proper position in the economy
May 29. Statement before the House Select Committee on Small Business
June 4. "In Memorandum of Franklin D. Roosevelt." Address at the Churchman Award Dinner, New York City
June 11. Text of a letter dated May 29, 1945, from HAW to Senator Robert F. Wagner, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, concerning the Full Employment Bill
August 21. Statement on post-war relations between the United States and Mexico
August 28. "Full Employment Bill." Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency
August. Labor Day Statement
Series X: Box 61
September 8. "American Industry Looks Ahead." Radio discussion by HAW, Thomas G. MacGowan and Neil Jacoby, sponsored by the Committee for Economic Development
September 8. Statement for Rosh Hashanah
September 13. Address at a dinner sponsored by the National Citizens Political Action Committee, New York City
September 15. "Foreign Trade and Full Employment." Radio discussion by HAW, Senator Harold H. Burton and Sterling Fisher on the radio series, "Our Foreign Policy"
September 20. Statement announcing the operating and organizational program for the U.S. Department of Commerce
September 23. "Sixty Million Jobs." Radio discussion by HAW, William Spencer on the "University of Chicago Round Table"
October. Interview with Lester Velie for Dun's Review
October 10. Statement broadcast overseas in connection with Chinese Independence Day
October 11. "Science Legislation." Statement before the Subcommittee on War Mobilization of the Senate Military Affairs Committee and the Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee
October 12. Remarks on the radio program "Meet the Press"
October 16. Statement before the House Committee on Labor on the bills providing for the revision of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1939
October 22. Address before the First National Marketing Forum under the auspices of the Sales Executive Club, the National Federation of Sales Executives and the Advertising Federation of America, New York City
October 24. Address as part of a panel discussion sponsored by the William Alanson White Psychiatric Foundation, Washington, D.C.
October 30. "Full Employment - H. R. 2202." Statement before the House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments
October 30. "Society for Public Administration." Address before the American Society of Public Administration, Washington, D.C.
November 5. Address before the Labor Management Conference, Washington, D.C.
November 12. Address before the 32nd National Foreign Trade Convention, New York City. Waldorf Astoria broadcast over WMCA and affiliates
November 15. "Employment Service Legislation." Statement before the Subcommittee on Labor of the Senate Committee on Education and Labor
November 20. Message to writers - for Chicago Sun Book Supplement
November 30. "The Interdependence Between Industrial Wage and Farm Prices." Statement to be distributed by the CIO Political Action Committee
Series X: Box 62
December 4. "Peaceful Atomic Abundance." Address before a meeting arranged by the Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, Inc., New York City
December 5. Address before the Golden Anniversary Congress of American Industry, National Association of Manufacturers, New York City
December 5. Remarks upon accepting the original painting used in making the 1945-1946 seals of the Council Against Intolerance in America, New York City
December 12. "Technological Development." Statement before a Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce concerning S. 1248
December 29. "America for ALL Americans." Address before the National Convention of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Washington, D.C.
December 29. Statement on the most important problem confronting the United States and the rest of the worldThe University of Iowa Libraries