Papers of Henry Agard Wallace
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Acquisition and Processing Information: This collection was given to the University of Iowa Libraries in 1965 by Gladys W. Richards.
Photographs: Moved to the photograph series in the Wallace papers.
Scope and Contents
Obtained from a manuscript dealer, this series consists of various items signed by Wallace.
Paul C. Richards, a 1961 graduate of Boston University, was a manuscript dealer in Templeton, Massachusetts.
Box Contents List
Series VIII: Box 35
Cates, Garth. 8 letters
McCarthy, Joseph and all U. S. Senators
"Poetrait" (seen in image at top of this page)
Senate Resolution 48 appointing Edwin A. Halsey Secretary of the Senate
Booklets and pamphlets
Atlantic Pact: Peace Pact or War Pact?
Henry Wallace Says 'Increase Wages Out of Profits'
Peace, Freedom, & Abundance
Stand Up and Be Counted! Why I Choose to Run
Tribute to Russia
The Wallace Plan vs. the (Hoover) (Dulles) Marshall Plan
The Century of the Common Man. Miniatures in Dutch, German, Portuguese, and Spanish
"He Led the Common Man." Tribute to FDR
"The Krushchev Visit: The Looming Power of China." TMs and article clipped from a newspaper, n.d., n.p.
"The Path to Peace With Russia"
"The People's Fight Against Slavery"
"Shows, Judges, and Fanciers"
Statement about the general welfare
Statement about President Eisenhower's and Dulles' position in world affairs
"Why I Choose to Run"
December 28,1942. "Requisites of a Lasting Peace." In Proposals for a Free World. Toward New Horizons: No. 2. Washington, D.C.: Office of War Information
July 24, 1944. "My Commitments." TMs
February 24, 1950. Address before the second annual Convention of the Progressive Party, Chicago, Illinois. ccTMs
November 12, 1950. "A Century of Blood or Milk." Printed booklet, signed
February 20, 1954. "Building, Preventing, and Using Farm Subsidies." TMs
March 11, 1960. Introductory remarks at luncheon. AMs
March 27, 1960. "The Long Look Ahead." The Ford Hall Forum, Boston. Includes a print off of the piece and a brochure for the Ford Hall Forum
September 27, 1960. Address before the General Electric Managerial Conference, Ossining, New York. AMs
November 17, 1960. "Genetics of Disease Resistance." New York Academy of Science. AMs
February 1, 1961. Opening statement at the Five Secretaries Meeting for the forum "Agriculture in an Uneasy World." Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 2 copies - 1 TMs, 1 pc signed
March 28, 1961. "Equality of Bargaining Power and the General Welfare." Benjamin Hibbard Memorial Lecture, Madison, Wisconsin. Combine typescript and autograph manuscript
November 1, 1961. "The Department as I Have Known It." (About the Department of Agriculture?)
March 22, 1962. Speech at Cornell University. Combined typescript and autograph manuscript
March 22, 1962. Same speech as above. TMs with holographic additions; photocopies. Also includes a photocopy of Henry C. Wallace's "The Young Men in the Twentieth Century" from The Cornell Countryman of April 1912
May 15, 1962. "The Evolution of United States Agriculture as Related to Changes in Economic and Institutional Patterns." AMs and printed copy, signed
September 8, 1962. Speech before the Pioneer Club of Des Moines, Iowa. AMs
March 6,1963. Speech given in Spanish in San Salvador. (The text is in English) AMs
December 7, 1963. Commencement address at the Pan-American School of Agriculture, Zamorano, Honduras. AMs and TMs
October 14, 1964. "Corn and People." Harlan, Iowa. Includes letter from Donald R. Murphy to Paul Richards