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Box Contents List

Series V: Box 1

Activities 1946

Anti-Wallace cards

Chinese Democratic Constitutionalist Party. "A Program for the Resurrection of China." October 25, 1947

Committee of welcome for George Russell

Description of the collection at the FDR library

Diary microfilm. Paper version of index of contents

Dust jacket for The Wallaces of Iowa by Russell Lord

Essay by an unknown writer. [Saunders, Richard E.?]

Family members

Henry Browne Wallace ( Wallace's son)


Henry Scott Wallace

Clipping with photograph of Henry Scott Wallace campaigning for Barack Obama

Ilo Wallace

Greetings, October 16, 1948. From the Women for Wallace, Chicago. In Oversized Box 1 (at end of the collection)

Jean Wallace Douglas (Wallace's daughter)


Robert B. Wallace (Wallace's son)


Finding of Fact and Conclusions of Law for Henry B. Wallace vs. United States of America. Filed February 5, 1970

Four Iowans Who Fed the World: Herbert Hoover, Henry A. Wallace, Norman Borlaug, and George Washington Carver. Brochure for a symposium at Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum, October 26, 2002

Freedom House, Council for Democracy, Union for Democratic Action

Hall, G. Martel. Report by Mr. Hall of the National City Bank on his observations in Chinese Communist controlled areas in the course of his journey from Peiping to Chungking -- submitted by Embassy at Chungking

Hendon, George A. "Confucius and Jefferson or Plato and Hitler"

Holt, Arthur E. "More Hell and Less Hogs." Rural America, Vol.IX:No.9 (December 1931)

[Lorwin, Lewis?] "Conversation with A.I. Mikoyan, Minister of Foreign Trade of the USSR." September 17, 1946

Medal, 50th reunion, Iowa State University

Merger card game. In its own box on the shelf



Poster from Lord's Acre. Wallace spoke at the Farmer's Federation annual meeting, Asheville, North Carolina [1935?]

Practice writing Russian

Press release, Mrs. Martha Dodd Stren and Mr. Alfred K. Stern from Prague

Programme, The International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon, England, 26th August -- 6th September, 1929. Wallace was available during the conference for consultations on statistical methods used in the United States. The membership page is heavily marked and annotated by Wallace.

Roos, Charles

Rowe, William H. "Events Leading Up to the Passage of the Crop Insurance Act in 1938." Inscribed to Wallace by the author

Santos, Eduardo. "Mis Conferencias con el Presidente Roosevelt y los Planes de Organizacion Militar InterAmericana"

Statement [by Sam Rosenman?] about the guru affair

Translation of "The Song About a Falcon" by Maxin Gorky. Translation by Celia Milgrim, 1949

Translation. "Manifesto Issued by the Overseas Branch of the Democratic-Socialist Party of China." Summer conference, New York City, June 20, 1947

Untitled film script, 1948. Apparently not by Wallace

Wallace's file on Herbert Hoover

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