William J. Lederer Papers
1934-1987
91 boxes (60 linear ft.)
Call no.: MS 158

Abstract

William J. Lederer began his long career in the Navy in 1930. During his twenty-eight years of service he traveled throughout Asia on some 30 trips, acquiring several books worth of experience, criticisms, and insight. In 1948, Lederer attended the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference in Vermont and met fellow author and political theorist Eugene Burdick. Disillusioned with the style and substance of America's diplomatic efforts in Southeast Asia, Lederer and Burdick openly sought to demonstrate their belief that American officials and civilians could make a substantial difference in Southeast Asian politics if they were willing to learn local languages, follow local customs and employ regional military tactics. Together they co-authored two widely influential books, The Ugly American (1958) and Sarkhan (1965).

The collection includes materials related to most of his major publications including, A Nation of Sheep, The Ugly American, Sarkhan, Our Own Worst Enemy, I, Giorghos, Mirages of Marriage, and Martial Choices. A substantial series of correspondence traces Lederer's associations and communications throughout his entire career. Area files, research materials, and photographs are also included, but not yet fully processed.

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William J. Lederer Papers
1934-1987
91 boxes (60 linear ft.)
Call no.: MS 158

Background on William J. Lederer

William Lederer with others receiving award for photograph.

William Lederer with others receiving award for photograph.

An American author and Navy captain, William Julius Lederer, Jr. was born on March 31, 1912 in Manhattan, New York to dentist and occasional actor William Julius Lederer and Paula Franken. Lederer's mother died when he was 5, after which the family moved up the Hudson River to Ossining, New York. He completed one year at DeWitt Clinton High School before dropping out at the age of 16 and becoming assistant to New York journalist Heywood Broun. Under Broun's tutelage, Lederer was introduced to members of the Algonquin Round Table, including author Dorothy Parker and humorist Robert Benchley.

In 1930, Lederer enlisted in the Navy but was not permitted to matriculate in the Naval Academy because he lacked a high school education. Lederer, as he writes in his article and short story "Making Annapolis Was Easy," after two years as an enlisted man, won the right to take the entrance exam to the Naval Academy, which he passed. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1936. Throughout the 1940s, Lederer divided his time between serving on a river gunboat in China and as a line officer in the Atlantic fleet during World War II. He was a ship's navigator in the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. Lederer received various honors for his service during the war, including a Purple Heart and a Commendation Ribbon for his role as executive officer of the destroyer Bristol that was torpedoed in the Mediterranean Sea.

Lederer's naval career lasted 28 years, taking him to many Asian nations on some 30 trips and providing him with several books worth of experience, criticisms, and insight. He began publishing articles in national magazines in 1947, and in February 1950 released All the Ships at Sea (Norton, 1950), a compilation of often-humorous accounts of his time in the Navy. Later that same year, while serving as Chief of the Magazine and Book Division, Office of Public Information, Department of Defense, Lederer published The Last Cruise (Sloane, 1950) about the sinking of the submarine U.S.S. Cochino during a polar gale north of the Arctic Circle, championing the American heroes and self-sacrificing men of the U.S. Navy.

In 1950, Lederer was awarded a year-long Nieman Fellowship from the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University; Lederer lived in Cambridge during the extent of his fellowship.

During the later years of his naval career, while serving as a public information officer, Lederer worked first at the Pentagon, then in 1951, he was stationed at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii as special assistant to Admiral Felix Stump, Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific. Lederer maintained this assignment, promoted to the rank of Captain, until his retirement in 1958.

In 1958, the same year as his retirement from the Navy, Lederer became The Reader's Digest's Far East Correspondent, a position resulting in numerous articles and book publications. He held this position until 1963.

In 1948, Lederer attended the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference in Vermont and met fellow author and political theorist Eugene Burdick. Nearly a decade later the two men would collaboratively author The Ugly American (Norton, 1958), a fictionalized exposé designed to shine light on American policy in Asia and on the State Department's poorly trained overseas personnel who often lacked cultural awareness and knowledge of the local language. Due to the critical nature of The Ugly American, the book became surrounded by controversy and the two authors fast became well-known literary figures. The phrase "ugly American" has passed into common usage to describe the oblivious or arrogant American abroad. This book is often cited as the catalyst for the creation of the Peace Corps and the Army Language School. The book and its authors became even more successful with the release of the 1963 film adaptation starring Marlon Brando. Lederer and Burdick collaborated a second time on a follow-up novel Sarkhan (McGraw Hill, 1965), this time targeting American attempts to stop the spread of Communism in Asia.

From 1966 to 1967, Lederer was the writer-in-residence at the Kirkland House at Harvard University. He published additional books, including several more books about the Navy and foreign affairs, three books of advice about marriage, several children's books, a practical manual for writers, a how-to for beginner cross-country skiers, and numerous articles on a wide range of topics.

Lederer married Ethel Victoria Hackett in 1940 and they had three sons. The two divorced in 1965; later that year Lederer married Corrine Edwards Lewis, his co-publisher at the Honolulu Beacon, a monthly humor magazine. Lederer and Lewis divorced in 1976.

William Lederer died on December 5, 2010 at the age of 97 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Contents of Collection

The papers of William J. Lederer, including personal and professional correspondence, photographs, area files, research materials, and manuscripts, document his 28-year service in the United States Navy and his career as an author of over 15 books and numerous articles. In particular, the collection sheds light on his editorial process. A meticulous writer and editor, Lederer frequently revised his works several times, even making significant changes late in the process, before publishing them.

The collection is partially processed; most materials related to Lederer's writing and his correspondence are processed and listed, while area files and photographs are not yet included in the collection inventory.

Series descriptions
1934-1984

Consisting of the original typescripts and manuscripts of many of Lederer's books and articles, along with corrected and uncorrected galleys and correspondence with editors and publishers, this series exhibits Lederer's characteristic writing process. Other materials include evidence of Lederer's approach to researching and verifying content for his books and newsclippings of book reviews.

Lederer was a frequent contributor to The Reader's Digest and The Saturday Evening Post. Many of his published articles became compiled in collections of short stories or developed into chapters of books.

Lederer retained much of his incoming letters as well as many of his outgoing letters. As such there is a good representation of his communications in a variety of roles: Chief of the Magazine and Book Division, Office of Public Information in the U.S. Navy, Far East Correspondent at Reader's Digest, author, and public figure. He often received letters from the readers of his books, some complimentary and others critical. These letters are typically filed under the title of the book.

Unprocessed, but open for research.

Unprocessed, but open for research.

Collection inventory
Series 1. Writings
1934-1984

Articles

"Strange Haunts of Beauty"
1934 Apr

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Published in The Trident, a United States Naval Academy publication.

"The Ugly Princess"
1936 Mar

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Published in The Trident, a United States Naval Academy publication.

"The Guy with the Butterball Legs"
1936 June

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Published in The Trident, a United States Naval Academy publication.

"Running a Cruiser Wardroom Mess"
1938 Nov

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Published in United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 64, No. 429.

"The American Navy is in the Middle of China"
1942 Aug

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Published in United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 68, No. 474.

"Making Annapolis was Easy"
1947 Mar 15

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Published in The Saturday Evening Post.

"Writing Nonfiction for Publication"
1948 Jan 1

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Published in PubInformer, a Navy Department publication.

"The Skipper Surprised his Wife"
1948 Sept 5

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Published in This Week.

"Ethel's Magic Doggerel"
1949 July 23

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Published in Collier's.

"Miracle Under the Arctic Sea"
1950 Jan 14

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Published in The Saturday Evening Post.

"They Were the Bravest"
1950 Dec 10

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Published in This Week and U.S. Naval Hospital News.

"The Human Side of War Reporting"
1951 July

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Published in Nieman Reports. Includes drafts.

"A Korean Christmas Present", Typescript
1952

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Note to Editor only. Includes correspondence from Ivan Chappell.

"Our Hilarious Heroes: Them U.S. Marines!"
1952 Jan

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Published in Coronet.

"Steward Brown of the USS Fortune"
1952 July

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Published in Catholic Digest.

"Korea: Operation Kid-Lift"
1953 Apr

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Published in Catholic Digest.

"The Article Lead"
1954 Mar

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Published in The Writer.

"Death of a Destroyer"
1954 June

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Published in Coronet.

Kerr, Clark. "1970-1980: A Decade of Reckoning" Typescript
1959 Feb 12

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An address given by Clark Kerr at Pomona College.

"The Skipper's Pink Panties"
1960

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Published in Humorous Short Stories, compiled by Greta A. Clark.

"Judge Nevel's Folly"
1960 Feb

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Published in The Rotarian. Includes correspondence with Sen. Herbert C. Jackson.

"Monsieur Romaniello's Marvelous Noodle Machine"
1960 June

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Published in The Reader's Digest.

"The Guerrilla War the Reds Lost" Typescript
1961

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Published in The Reader's Digest. Includes editorial correspondence with Claria Fontaine.

"We Europeans Like Americans"
1961

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"The Captain's Pink Panties"
1961 June

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Published in World Digest.

"Is there a Santa Claus?" Typescript
1963

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Published in The Reader's Digest.

"Hotel, Restaurant, and Airplane Complaints" Typescript
1963 Aug

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"The 50th State, at 5, 'Goes Mainland'"
1964 Aug 16

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Published in The New York Times Magazine.

"Christmas is a Time for Joy"
1964 Dec

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Published in Guideposts Magazine.

"Gift from a Sailor"
1965

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Published in Guideposts Magazine.

"Why I am House Hunting in New England" Typescript
1966 Oct 26

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"The Creative Process and How to Harness It" Typescript
1966 Dec 2

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"When Will America Learn Diplomacy?"
1967

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A catalog of lectures for the Norwegian Student Society in Oslo. Includes correspondence from Lederer to Anders Sjaastad.

"The Captain's Pink Panties"
1968

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Translated into Portuguese and published in O Especialista e Outros Contos.

"The Complete Psychiatric Marriage Checkup"
1968 June

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Published in The Ladies' Home Journal.

"Our Own Worst Enemy"
1968 June 1

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Published in The Saturday Evening Post.

"A Reply to the Department of State and the Department of Defense" Typescript (annotated)
1968 Sept 19

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"Your Marriage: Mirage or Oasis"
1971 Dec

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Published in The Gazette.

"He Blazed a Trail - on Skis"
1972 Mar

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Published in The Reader's Digest.

"He Blazed a Trail - on Skis"
1972 Dec

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Published in Life and Health.

Cardoza, Steve. "Man for All Reasons"
ca. 1973

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Article about Lederer, biorhythm, and telepathy published in The Paper Vol.1 Num.6, a Goddard College publication.

"Videotaping Your Marriage to Save It"
1973

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Published in Couples, an expanded report by the editors of New York Magazine.

"Videotaping Your Marriage to Save It"
1973 Feb 19

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Published in Couples, a special issue of New York Magazine.

"Putting Marriage on Camera"
1973 Mar 24

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Published in The National Observer.

"Prescription for Winter Vigor"
1977 Feb

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Published in Modern Maturity.

"Timothy's Song"
1984 Dec 23

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Published in Houston Chronicle Magazine.

"The Most Glamourous Suit a Woman Ever Had"
undated

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Japanese article
undated

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Complete Cross-country Skiing and Ski Touring

Notes

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Typescript (annotated), drafts

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Typescript (annotated)
p. 1-40
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Typescript (annotated)
p. 41-95
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Typescript (annotated)
p. 96-178
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Typescript (annotated), drafts: How Did this Book Get Started?
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: For Whom is this Book Written?
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: What is Cross-Country?
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Beginner's Check-off List for Buying Equipment
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: First Lesson on Skis
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Straight Downhill Running
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Controlling Speed by Snowplowing
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Half Plow Turn
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Moving Step Turn
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Getting Up After a Fall
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: The Kick Turn
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Uphill
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: The Kick
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Diagonal Poling
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Double Poling
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: The Perfected Kick
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Advanced Diagonalling
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: The Change-up, or Passgang
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Faster Downhill
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Relaxing on Long Tours
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Odds and Ends Hints
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Theory of Waxing
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Preparing the Ski Bottom
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Knowing Which Wax to Use
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Applying and Removing Wax
ca. 1970

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: Wind Chill Factor
ca. 1970

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Research
1969

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Newsclippings, pamphlets, and brochures collected by Lederer.

Correspondence
1970 Jan-Feb

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Photographs, audiograms
1969-1970

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Third revised edition (annotated)
ca. 1983

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Pages 1-48.

Third revised edition (annotated)
ca. 1983

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Pages 49-100.

Third revised edition (annotated)
ca. 1983

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Pages 101-150.

Third revised edition (annotated)
ca. 1983

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Pages 151-191.

Mock-ups: You Can Ski in 60 Minutes on Trak Cross Country Skis
1983

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Includes correspondence.

You Can Ski in 60 Minutes on Trak Cross Country Skis
1983

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A promotional brochure for Trak Cross Country Skis, written with Joe Pete Wilson.

Happy Book of Happy Stories

Typescript (annotated): drafts
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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "A Christmas Ballad"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "How it Came this Book was Written"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "Is There a Santa Claus?"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "A Sailor's Christmas Gift"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "Story of Pink Jade"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "The Stovepipe Hat"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "Miracle of Elcarim"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "The 'Unholy Ks' Sing a Christmas Ballad"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "A Homemade Christmas Gift"

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Typescript (annotated), drafts: "Christmas Ballad for the Captain"

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Master proof

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Proofs (annotated)
1981 June 22

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Proofs
2 folders
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Typescript
1977 Feb

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Typescript
1977
4 folders
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Typescript
1979
2 folders
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Johannsen

Notes
ca. 1970

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Notebooks
1971
2 folders
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Veterans' ski race results

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Newsclippings
1960-1970

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Audiotapes
1971 Apr

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Photographs, slides, and negatives

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Correspondence
1970 Aug-Sept 1971

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Includes letters exchanged among Lederer, Reader's Digest editors, H. Siren Ski Shop, and Johannsen.

Typescript (annotated), drafts
ca. 1971
3 folders
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Typescript (annotated), drafts
1971

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Typescript (annotated), drafts
ca. 1971
4 folders
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Typescript
ca. 1971

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Grand Old Man of the North Typescript (annotated), draft
ca. 1971

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I, Giorghos

Published in 1984, I, Giorghos tells the story of George Adamson, an American who flees the country to escape his problems and seeks renewal in Greece. Correspondence with editor Marian Johnson of W.W. Norton and Company offers unique insight into Lederer's internal authorial process. Lederer explains his literary intent and decision-making, as well as his protagonist's, and perhaps his own, writing process: "it is done with great gulps of breath, great speed, and the untidiness characteristic of the intuitive flow. Sometimes ...with uncertainty and painful hesitation."

Typescript
1983 July 26

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Pages 1-84. Includes a note to UMass Archivists regarding Lederer's feelings about the published book (April 4, 1988) and a letter to Marian Johnson of W.W. Norton and Company.

Typescript
1983 July 26

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Pages 85-160.

Typescript
1983 July 26

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Pages 161-232.

Typescript
1983 July 26

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Pages 233-297.

Typescript
1983 July 26

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Pages 298-360.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 1-34.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 35-62.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 63-106.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 107-141.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 142-177.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 178-253.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 254-296.

Typescript (annotated): draft
1983 Sept

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Pages 297-359.

Proof, master set 1st pass (annotated)
1983 Sept

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Pages 1-65.

Proof, master set 1st pass (annotated)
1983 Sept

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Pages 65-152.

Proof, master set 1st pass (annotated)
1983 Sept

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Pages 153-225.

Proof, master set 1st pass (annotated)
1983 Sept

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Pages 225-315.

Proof, master set 1st pass (annotated)
1983 Sept

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Pages 317-353.

Proof, master set 2nd pass (annotated)
1983 Nov

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Pages 1-74.

Proof, master set 2nd pass (annotated)
1983 Nov

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Pages 75-137.

Proof, master set 2nd pass (annotated)
1983 Nov

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Pages 138-212.

Proof, master set 2nd pass (annotated)
1983 Nov

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Pages 213-287.

Proof, master set 2nd pass (annotated)
1983 Nov

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Pages 287-353.

Marital Choices

Soon after publishing his first book on marriage, co-authored with Don D. Jackson, Lederer began working on a second book on the same topic. His approach to this book appears to be conflicted, at times organizing the content by assignments for couples and at other times organizing it by daily activities. In the end, the content for each approach does not seem to be all that different--both books propose a five-week program for improving relationships--even though the outlines are distinct. Ultimately, both manuscripts, written and revised simultaneously, were published: the first as Martial Choices in 1981 and the second as Creating a Good Relationship, a revised edition of Marital Choices, in 1984. Drafts for the two works are included together so they can be considered as they were written, side-by-side.

Early in the process of research and writing Marital Choices, Lederer consulted Richard Stuart on the book's direction and content. Based on correspondence, it appears that Stuart collaborated closely with Lederer, even contributing text for the book. It is not clear when or how this collaboration ended, but Stuart is not credited as a co-author for either Martial Choices or Creating a Good Relationship.

Creating a Good Relationship: typescript draft
1976-1977
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Creating a Good Relationship: typescript draft
1977

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Creating a Good Relationship: typescript draft
1978
2 folders
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Creating a Good Relationship: typescript draft
ca. 1981
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Marital Choices: Correspondence
1974

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With Richard Stuart, a collaborator on early versions of the book.

Marital Choices: notes
ca. 1978

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Marital Choices: proof, bound
1981 Feb

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Marital Choices: proof, master set 1st pass
1980 Sept

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Marital Choices: proof, master set 1st pass
1981 Jan
2 folders
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Marital Choices: proof, master set 2nd pass
1981 Feb
2 folders
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Marital Choices: typescript draft
1972-1975

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Includes correspondence with Richard Stuart.

Marital Choices: typescript draft
1972-1976

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Marital Choices: typescript draft
1974

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Marital Choices: typescript draft
1974-1976

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Includes correspondence with Richard Stuart.

Marital Choices: typescript draft
1974-1976
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Marital Choices: typescript draft
1975-1976
4 folders
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Marital Choices: typescript draft
1976

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Chapters 1-17.

Marital Choices: typescript draft
1976

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Chapters 18-35.

Marital Choices: typescript draft
1981

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Pages 1-171.

Marital Choices: typescript draft
1981

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Pages 172-316.

Mirages of Marriage

Co-authored with Don D. Jackson, Mirages of Marriage was the first of three books Lederer wrote on marriage and relationships. According to the publisher's note, Lederer conceived of the idea to write a book on "a new approach to the problems of marriage" shortly before he met Dr. Jackson. The two exchanged viewpoints on the topic and soon decided to collaborate. By August 1964, Lederer showed his editor, Eric Swenson, at W.W. Norton a rough outline of the book and Swenson was enthusiasitc enough about the project that he urged Jackson to do the same so he could present the proposal to the editorial board.

Although underway by 1964, the bulk of the work took place during 1966-1967. As with all of Lederer's books this one underwent significant editing and re-writing. In fact, in an early letter of interest, Jackson cites Lederer's editorial process as an appeal of the partnership: "I would still like to tie you in with this project in some way, since it would give me the benefit of your editing." The bulk of the collaboraiton took place via mail through an exchange of notes, drafts, and audographs.

Articles and newsclippings
1966-1967

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Correspondence
1963-1966

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Correspondence
1966-1967

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Galleys and proofs
1968 June

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Jackson, Don D., "Marriage Problems"
1965 Dec

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Rough copy of remarks made at the First Ohio Congress on Psychological Medicine.

Notes and drafts
1964

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Notes and drafts
1965-1966

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Notes and drafts
1966-1967
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Proposals, outlines
1964

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Proposals, outlines
1965 Feb

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Proposals, outlines
1965 June-July

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Proposals, outlines
1965 Oct

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Proposals, outlines
1966

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Proofs
1968

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Part 1.

Proofs
1968

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Part 2.

Questions, answers, and case studies
1967 Feb

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Typescript: Acknowledgements
1968

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Typescript: Forward
1968

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Typescript: Introduction
1965

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Typescript: Introduction
1966

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Typescript: Introduction
1965-1966

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Typescript: Introduction
1966-1967

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Typescript: Origins of Marriage
1966

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Typescript: False Assumptions
1966 Jan-Mar

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Typescript: False Assumptions
1966 Apr-Nov

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Typescript: False Assumptions
1967

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Typescript: Anatomy of Marriage
1966-1967

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Typescript: Systems Concept
1966

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Typescript: Communication in Marriage
1966

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Typescript: Trust in Marriage
1966

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Typescript: Sex in Marriage
1966

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Typescript: Marital Spectrum
1966-1967

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Typescript: Basic Modes of Relationship
1966-1967

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Typescript: Reciprocal Behavior
1966-1967

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Typescript: Autonomy vs. Symbiosis
1966

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Typescript: Myth of Normalcy
ca. 1966

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Typescript: How to Drive Your Spouse Crazy
1966-1967

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Typescript: Wrecking of Marriage
1966

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Typescript: Divorce, Desertion, and Despair
1967

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Typescript: Your Marriage May Not be as Bad as You Think It Is
1966-1967

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Typescript: How to Arrest Symmetrical Behavior in a Martial Relationship
1967

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Typescript: Aggressions and Quarrels
ca. 1967

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Typescript:How to Establish Communication
1964, 1967

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Typescript: Quid Pro Quo
1964, 1966

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Typescript: Quid Pro Quo
1967

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Typescript: Use of the Third Party in a Marital Dialogue
1967

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Typescript: Necessity for Marital Checkups
1966

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Typescript: How to Select a Spouse
1966-1967

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Typescript: Professional Help
1966-1967

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Typescript: What You Can Expect from Marital Counseling?
1967

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Typescript: Marital Tests
1967

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Typescript: Suggested Reading List
1967

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Typescript
ca. 1966
2 folders
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Typescript
1966 Oct-Nov

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Typescript
1966 Dec

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Typescript
1966-1967
6 folders
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Typescript
1967 Jan

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Typescript
1967 Feb

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Typescript
1967 Mar

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Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 1-79.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 80-161.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 162-247.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 248-329.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 330-405.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 406-492.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 493-561.

Typescript
ca. 1967

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Pages 562-632.

Nation of Sheep

Throughout 1959 and 1960, Lederer wrote and revised a manuscript under the working title of "The Unnamed Book" as a response to public reactions to The Ugly American (1958). The numerous revised drafts of this manuscript exhibit Lederer's representative writing and editing process. Through 1959 and into 1960, Lederer wrote and revised the book by chapter, keeping the various chapter drafts together with related notes. As such, drafts of chapters are filed under the chapter title used at the time of creation. At other times, when Lederer edited the book as a whole, full drafts of the revised manuscript are filed together.

In 1960, The "Unnamed Book" manuscript transformed with uncharacteristically little documentation into the A Nation of Sheep (1961). By comparing the later versions of The "Unnamed Book" to the final, published version of A Nation of Sheep, it is clear that hundreds of pages and more than a dozen chapters were edited out of the early version, resulting in a less anecdotal, more concise tone in the final published version. At times the final version of chapters retain only the general theme or subject matter of the earlier version, while altering much or all of the language used in previous drafts. Many of the final chapter titles in the published work are very different from the working titles as they appear in earlier drafts of the manuscript.

Correspondence
1958-1961

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Newspaper clippings
1958-1959

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Research notes
ca. 1959
2 folders
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Research
1953-1959
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Booklets and pamphlets collected by Lederer.

Articles
1958-1959

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Research articles collected by Lederer.

Article: "The Ryukyu Islands: Prewar and Postwar (Through 30 June 1957)"
ca. 1957

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Prepared by the United States Civil Administration on the Ryukyu Islands.

Outlines
ca. 1959

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Typescript (annotated): early drafts and notes
1957-1960
7 folders
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Typescript (annotated): Table of Contents
ca. 1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Preface
ca. 1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Rome
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Gallienus
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Between Gallienus and Laos
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Laos
1960
5 folders
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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Formosa
1960
3 folders
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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Ugly American
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Indochina
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Student Movement
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Korea
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Suppress, Dilute, and Corrupt
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Government by Amateurs
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): Secrecy in Government
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): What's to be Done?
1960

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Drafts of early version.

Typescript (annotated): "The Unnamed Book"
1960
5 folders
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Drafts of early version.

Typescript, draft: "The Unnamed Book"
ca. 1960

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Part 1 of early version.

Typesdcript, draft: "The Unnamed Book"
ca. 1960

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Part 2 of early version.

Typescript, draft: "The Unnamed Book"
ca. 1960

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Early version.

Typescript (annotated): draft
ca. 1960
2 folders
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Typescript: draft
1961 Jan. 19

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Working title changed from "The Unnamed Book" to "A Nation of Sheep".

Typescript: draft
ca. 1961
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Proof, bound
1961
2 folders
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Advertisements and reviews
1961-1962
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Posters, photographs, and newsclippings of advertisements and publicity for A Nation of Sheep.

Newsclippings: photocopies
1961-1962
2 folders
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Newsclippings of advertisements and reviews for A Nation of Sheep.

Photograph

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8"x10" black and white image of two rice farmers.

Transcripts

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Transcripts of recorded correspondence and thoughts about potential new book. These were recorded on audiograph discs; original discs are contained within this subseries.

Our Own Worst Enemy

Lederer revised the text and organiztion of Our Own Worst Enemey a number of times throughout the end of 1967 and the start of 1968. During September and October 1967 each chapter was revised numerous times and the versions were kept together along with related notes. As Lederer began to refine and organize the content of the final manuscript, he kept full versions of the draft as a whole instead of breaking the copy up into individual chapter drafts. Thus drafts of chapters written in 1967 are filed under the chapter title used at the time of creation. Full drafts of the book revised in 1968 are filed together in page order. The final chapter titles in the published work are very differnt from the working titles as they appear in 1967 and part of 1968.

Lederer received much input about the content and organization of the the book, which continued to be revised and refined through early 1968. Correspondence and transcripts of recorded converations with William Sloane of the Rutgers University Press and Eric Swenson of W. W. Norton & Co. shed much light on evolution of the book's content and composition.

Article: "Vietnam: Those Computer Reports"
ca. 1967

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Published in The New Republic.

Articles
1946, 1965-1968
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Research articles collected by Lederer.

Articles
1964, 1967

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Articles by Major William R. Corson.

Bibliographical note
ca. 1968

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Biography for appendix
ca. 1968

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Biographical sketch of Professor Vo Van Kim.

Correspondence
1967-1968

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Letters exhanged among Lederer, William Sloane, and Eric Swenson.

Diary
1967
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Galley proof
1968 Mar
5 folders
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Master proof, annotated
1968
2 folders
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Master proof, annotated
1968 Mar
2 folders
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Memorandum on exchange service
1966

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Issued by U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam.

Newspaper clippings
1966

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Portion of Morning Star Okinawa for Dec. 26, 1966.

Notebooks
1967 May-July
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Outlines
1967

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Outlines, chapter
1967

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Transcripts
1967 Nov

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Transcripts of recorded conversation between Lederer, Swenson, Sloane. These conversations were recorded on audiograph discs; original discs are contained within this subseries.

Transcripts, lectures
1965

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Transcripts of lectures given by Professor Deviller.

Typescript (annotated): America, Fat, Incompetent, and Trying to be Happy
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): Are American Troops Dying in Vietnam to Make the Place Safe for Democracy, or are They Dying to Make Vietnames Officers into Millionaires?
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): chapter 1
1967 Sept-Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Explanation of the U.S. Marine Corps' Combined Action Program
1967 oct

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Typescript (annotated): For Whom is the PX Operating - For American Troops or for the Crooks?
1967 Sept

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Typescript (annotated): Four Wars in Vietnam
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): French Propaganda (and Later American) Gave False Impressions
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): frontispiece
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): General Views
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Generous American
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Health and Welfare of Americans is Not Significant
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): How Can a Deaf and Dumb Man Communicate?
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): How the South Vietnamese and Their U.S. Army Advisors Betrayed the U.S. Fighting Man
1967 Oct

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Typescript: How to Buy an American
1967

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Typescript (annotated): How to Make the Solution Possible
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): It is Usually Easy for a South Vietnamese Army Officer to Collect Blood Money from the United States
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Knight in Shining Armor
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): "Little" Black Market
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Meeting with the Senior U.S. Army Advisor's Staff
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): My Visit to Psy-Ops
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): My Visit with a High State Department Official
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): New Kind of Wat
1967 Sept-Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Ngo Dinh Diem
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): notes and fragments
1967
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Typescript (annotated): One Air Force Failure
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): One Reason Why the Tactical Airlift Gives Lousy Service
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Our Most Effective Enemies
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Phong Bac Hamlet
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Phony Elections
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): Plague
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Preface
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Press and the First Indochina War
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Pump
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Refugees
1967

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Typescript (annotated): Solution
1967 Nov

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Typescript (annotated): State Department Has Problems Too
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): United States is Humiliated by the South Vietnamese Because the Americans are Moral Cowards
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Vietnam Now and Before
ca. 1968

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Typescript (annotated): Vietnam the Way the Vietnamese See It
1967 Oct
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Typescript (annotated): Vive la France
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): War to Win the Hamlets
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): What Makes the Vietnamese Tick
1967 Sept

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Typescript (annotated): What the U.S. Army Advisors Knew About the Pump, the Plague, the Stolen Rations, and the Solatium Money
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): When the Vietnamese Say Jump, We Jump
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): Where Have All the Dollars Gone?
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated): What do the People of Saigon Think?
1967 Oct

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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 1-17
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 18-35
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 36-65
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 66-88
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 89-96
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 123-141
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 142-148
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 149-174
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 175-231
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 214-249
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 250-295
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Typescript (annotated)
1967
p. 296-315
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Typescript (annotated)
1967-1968

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Parts 1 and 2.

Typescript (annotated)
1967-1968

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Parts 3 and 4.

Typescript (annotated)
1967-1968

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Parts 4 and 5.

Typescript (annotated):

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Typescript (annotated)
1967-1968

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Final part and fragments.

Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 1-100
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Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 101-186
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Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 187-260
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Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 1-106
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Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 107-220
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Typescript (annotated)
1968
p. 221-281
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Typescript notes: Huntington, Samuel P.
1967

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Typescript notes: Reischauer, Edwin O.
1967

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Sarkhan

Sarkhan, published in 1965, was Lederer's second collaboration with Eugene Burdick. Correspondence among Lederer, Burdick, and editor Edward Kuhn document the collaboration between the two authors. Chapters were often written and edited separately; chapter drafts have been kept together and are arranged by chapter number.

Publishers contract
1976 March

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Contract between Lederer and W.W. Norton and Company.

Notes
1964-1965
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Editor's notes
1964-1965

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Correspondence
1965

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Letters exchanged among Lederer, Eugene Burdick, and Edward Kuhn.

Drafts: Foreword
1965

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Drafts: Preface
1965

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Drafts: Ch.1
1964

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Drafts: Ch.1
1964-1965

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Drafts: Ch.1
1965

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Drafts: Ch.2
1964-1965

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Drafts: Ch.2
1965

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Drafts: Ch.3
1965

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Drafts: Ch.4
1965

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Drafts: Ch.5
1965

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Drafts: Ch.6
1965

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Drafts: Ch.7
1965

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Drafts: Ch.8
1965

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Drafts: Ch.9
1965

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Drafts: Ch.10
1965

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Drafts: Ch.11
1965

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Drafts: Ch.12
1965

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Drafts: Ch.13
1965

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Drafts: Ch.14
1965

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Drafts: Ch.14
1965

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Drafts: Ch.15
1964-1965

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Drafts: Ch.15
1965

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Drafts: Ch.16
1965

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Drafts: Ch.17
1965

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Drafts: Ch.18
1965

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Drafts: Ch.19
1965

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Drafts: Ch.20
1965

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Drafts: Ch.21
1965

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Drafts: Ch.22
1965

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Drafts: Ch.23
1965

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Drafts: Ch.24
1965

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Drafts: Ch.25
1965

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Drafts: Ch.26
1965

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Drafts: Ch.27
1965

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Drafts: Ch.28
1965

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Drafts: Ch.29
1965

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Drafts: Ch.30
1965

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Drafts: Ch.31
1965

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Drafts
1964-1965
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Proofs

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Story of Pink Jade

Described as a universal tale in the book's afterward, Lederer labored over the Story of Pink Jade as he labored over no other book. Always a meticulous editor of his own writing, the editorial process of this work seemed to take on a life of its own. Beginning in 1950, he experimented with several approaches to telling the story, including legend style and verse, before abandoning it in1954. More than a decade later, Lederer returned to the tale determined to complete it. These later drafts include comments by several of Lederer's friends and colleagues as well as numerous re-writes. The book, so different from Lederer's other works, was finally published in 1966. A copy of the published work with heavy annotations in Lederer's hand represents perhaps another version of the tale.

Correspondence
1966

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Galley proof
1966

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Illustrations (photographs)
1966

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Illustrations (photographs)
1966

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Negatives and positive prints

Master proof, annotated
1966

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Notes
1966 Feb

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Typescript, draft
1950 Nov

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Early version.

Typescript, draft
1950 Nov

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Early version.

Typescript, draft
1950 Nov

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Re-write 2-3.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec

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Early version includes editorial correspondence with K.P. Kempton.

Typescript, draft
1950 dec 7

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Legend style experiment.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec

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Verse experiments; fragment.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec

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Re-write 9.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec

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Portions of re-write 10, 12; fragment.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec

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Re-write 14; fragment.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec 9

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Re-write 18.

Typescript, draft
1950 Dec-1951 Jan

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Re-write 20 and 22.

Typescript, draft
1951 Jan

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Re-write 23-34.

Typescript, draft
1951 Jan

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Re-write 23-34.

Typescript, draft
1951

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Typescript, draft
1952 June

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Fragment.

Typescript, draft
1952 June

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Typescript, draft
1953 Mar

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Includes editorial correspondence from Barbara Rex.

Typescript, draft
1954 Jan 24

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Fragment.

Typescript, draft
1954 Feb 9-10

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Fragment.

Typescript, draft
1954 Mar 26

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Fragment.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr

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Includes letter to William Sloane.

Typescript, draft
1966 May

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Includes editorial correspondece from Eric Swenson.

Typescript, draft
1966 June

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Includes editorial correspondece from William Sloane.

Typescript, draft
1966 June

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Includes letter to Barbara Rex.

Typescript, draft
1966

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Fragment.

Typescript, draft
1966 Feb 22

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Re-write 23-35.

Typescript, draft
1966 Feb 28

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Preface.

Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 3

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Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 4

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Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 9

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Re-write 26.

Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 12

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Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 21

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Re-writes 27-28.

Typescript, draft
1966 Mar 28

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Re-write 30.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 1

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Re-write 31.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 6

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Re-write 32.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 16, 22

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Preface.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 18

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Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 22

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Preface.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 23

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Preface.

Typescript, draft
1966 Apr 26

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Typescript, draft
1966 Apr

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Typescript, draft
1966 May 23

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Typescript, draft
1966 June

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Re-write 43-33.

Typescript, draft
undated

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Fragment.

Typescript, final draft
1966

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Story of Pink Jade
1966

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Published version revised and annotated by Lederer.

Timothy's Song

Timothy's Song, published in 1965, was Lederer's first children's book. He worked on this book as a whole, editing full drafts of the manuscript at once. When dated, revised drafts of the book are arranged together by date. Materials include correspondence with award winning illustrator Edward Ardizzone.

Correspondence
1964-1965

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Letters exhanged among Lederer, Edward Ardizzone, Eric Swenson, and Martin Gang.

Typescript (annotated): drafts
ca. 1963

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Typescript (annotated): drafts
1963 Mar 9

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Typescript (annotated): drafts
1963 Dec

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Typescript (annotated): drafts
1964 Jan

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Typescript (annotated): drafts
1965 Mar 7

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Typescript (annotated): drafts
1965 Mar 20

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Proofs
1965

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Photographs
ca. 1965
2 folders
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8"x10" black and white photographs of Edward Ardizzone's illustrations.

Master galley proofs (annotated)
1965 June 29

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Ugly American

Published in 1958, The Ugly American became Lederer's and co-writer Eugene Burdick's best known book, as well as an American bestseller. While no early drafts or notes are included, there are later typescript drafts of the novel that show thoughtful editing for grammar, sentence structure, and word choice, possibly allowing a glimpse at some of the final edits made before the book was published. Chapters are grouped by their working titles which often, though not always, coincide with the final published chapter titles.

Drafts
ca. 1957

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Proofs
1958 Feb 4

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Title page, table of contents, and preface only.

Typescript (annotated): Take a Hundred Pounds of Powdered Milk
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Lucky, Lucky Lou #1
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Lucky, Lucky Lou #2
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Nine Friends
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Everybody Loves Joe Bing
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Confidential and Personal
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Employment Opportunities Abroad
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Girl Who Got Recruited
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Ambassador and the Working Press
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Everyone has Ears
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Ragtime Kid
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Iron of War
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Lessons of War
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): What Would You Do if You Were the President of the United States?
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): How to Buy an American (Junior Grade)
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Six Foot Swami from Savannah
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): How to Buy an American (Senior Grade)
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Ugly American
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Ugly American and the Ugly Sarkhanese
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Bent Backs of Chang 'Dong
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): Senator, Sir...
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): The Sum of Tiny Things
ca. 1957

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Typescript (annotated): A Factual Epilogue
ca. 1957

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Newsclippings: book reviews
1958

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Newsclippings
1959-1962

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About the 1963 film production of The Ugly American.

Newsclippings
1958-1960
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Published reactions to The Ugly American.

Correspondence
1968 Jan 12

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From Eric P. Swenson of W.W. Norton and Company.

Series 2. Correspondence
1947-1987

Abbe, Robert C.
1960

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Abbot, Edmond W.
1950

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Abreu, Belen
1961

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Ackerman, Harry
1963

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Adams, Ansel
1952, 1957

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Akaka, Abraham
1961

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Akobiarek, Charles
1962

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Albert, Carlos
1959

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Alden, Caroll Storrs
1959

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All the Ships at Sea
1875-1896, 1949-1950

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All the Ships at Sea
1949-1950

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All the Ships at Sea
1950

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All the Ships at Sea
1950-1951

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All the Ships at Sea
1950-1951

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All the Ships at Sea
1951

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All the Ships at Sea
1951

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All the Ships at Sea
1951-1962

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American Farm School
1964

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American Society of Magazine Photographers
1959

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American Universities Field Staff
1959-1964

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Amme, Carl H.
1962

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Anderson, Andrew B.
1958

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Anderson, Cele
1960

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Archer, Alice
1961

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Archer, Pattie
1950

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Ashmore, Harry
1960

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Asia Magazine
1961-1962

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Atkins, Ollie
1950

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Atlantic Monthly
1949

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Austin, Leonard
1950

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Authors Guild of the Authors League of America
1949, 1960-1963

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Auw, Ivan Von
1946-1956

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Auw, Ivan Von
1950, 199-1960

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Auw, Ivan Von
1957-1959

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Bane, Dallas
1950

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Banks, C.L.
1961

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Barkley, Alben W.
1950

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Barkley, Richard L.
1964

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Barnewall, Gordon and Rita
ca. 1960

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Barnsdale, Kenneth
1960-1962

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Barrick, Edward J.
1963

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Barrie, Jay Michael
1962

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Barron, Carter
1950

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Barton, Fred
1951

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Barton, Jack
1950

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Batchelder, Norma
1962

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Bavernschmidt, John E.
1959-1961

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Beach, Scott
1961-1962

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Beckett, David
1959

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Beecher, W.G.
1954

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Begley, Warren
1958

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Bell, James D.
1955

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Besson, Mike
1949

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Benites, Chris
1960

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Bennet, Charles E.
1961

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Bennetts, John
1960

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Benson, Roy S.
1960-1962

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Bergman, Theodore
1961

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Bernard, Edward S.
19613

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Besson, John H.
1960

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Bick, Marjorie
1960

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Bilgrami, S.A.A.
1955

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Bihgham, Barry
1961

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Bird, H.V.
1964

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Bittel, William H.
1962

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Black, Cobey
1961-1962

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Black, Edwin
1959

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Black, Richard
1961

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Blackburn, J.R.
1950

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Boland, John N.
1961

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Bondwitt Sound Engineering Co.
1963

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Booker, Simeon
1962

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Bolter, Dave
1958

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Bourke-White, Margaret
1961

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Boyce, Richard F.
1962

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Bread Loaf Writer Conference
1950

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Bresson, Amel
1961

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Briggs, Walter
1959

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Brookman, Laura Lou
1961-1962

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Brown, Feben
1964

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Brown, Joe
1960, 1965

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Bruce, John Campbell
1961

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Buck, Pearl S.
1959-1961

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Buckner, Robert
1957-1958

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Burdick, Robert
1959,1961

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Burk, Barbara A.
1960

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Burke, Arleigh
1957

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Burrill, J.C.
1961

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Burton, Robert
1959

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Byrd, Harry F.
1950

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Campbells Book Store
1961

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Campoamor, Fernando
1966

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Carter, Hodding
1954, 1957

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Carver, John
1963

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Chamberlain, Everette
1963

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Chambliss, W.C.
1958

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Chaney, Verne E.
1962

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China Embassy (U.S.)
1961

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Christopher, George
1959

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Ciardi, John
1950

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Citron, Robert R.
1961-1962

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Civitam Club
1950

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Clemens, Cyril
1950-1963

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Collins, Wayne L.
1961

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Conner, Mark W.
1965

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Consulate General of Japan
1959

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Cooper, John Grant
1964

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Coronet Magazine
1959

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Council, Charles
1963

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Craig Corporation
1960

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Curtis Brown Ltd.
1960-1962

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Dadlanis Clothing
1959

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Darling, Richard
1959-1960

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De Bolt, Margaret
Undated

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Deitz, Mary K.
1960-1962

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Deland, Joseph
1959

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Dennison, Robert L.
1959

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Detzer, A.J.
1960-1961

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Devoto, Avis
1961-1962

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Devoto, Bernard
1949-1950

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Dexter, E.B.
1961-1962

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Dey, T.O.
1960

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Dickson, John Paul
1964

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Dill, Dwight
1959-1960

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Dittrich, Adolph
1960

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Djaafer, Hasan

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Dolph, Cy
1960

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Dooley, Thomas A.
1960

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Dramatic Publishing Company
1961

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Drustrup, Norm
1961

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Dubin, Helen
1962

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E. Leitz, Inc.
1960

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Eaton, Anne
1961

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Eddy, Bob
1959-1960

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Ekvall, David H.
1962

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Elbers, Rudi
1962

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Elegant, Robert S.
1959

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Elliot, Robert C.
1961

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Ellsworth, Fred W.
1949

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Engle, Eloise
1959

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Engledow, Ed
1960

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English, Jack
1950,1961

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English, Robert
1959

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Englund, Robert
1959-1960

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Ensign O'Toole
1951,1962

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Erdman, W.L.
1958

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Esposito O. Vincent
1965

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Esterline, John and Mae
1958-1963

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Experiment in International Living
1961-1962

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Fairbank, John D.
1961-1962

Box :
Farolan, M.
1965

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Felt, H.D.
1951

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Fern, Mike
1960-1961

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Fey, George W.
1961-1962

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Fields, A.R.
1960

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Finnila, Lillian
1959

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Fischman, Anice
1966

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Fitch, Geraldine
1961

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Fitzpatrick, James E.
1963

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Flash, Genevieve C.
1962

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Fleece, Jeffery
1960

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Fleiger, Roger E.
1961

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Foraker, Alvan G.
1961

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Francis, Devon
1949

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Frank, Alan
1969

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Frank, Frederich
1962

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Frankel, Samuel
1959

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Franken, Philip A.
1959

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Freedom Dynamics
1961

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Friendly, Fred W.
1959

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Friends of the Maui County Free Library
1958

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Freund, Bill
1961

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Freyn, Hubert
1956

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Fromm, Erich
1961

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Fuchs, Lawrence H.
1960-1961

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Fukunaja, Ed
1959

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Fukoka, Seiichi
1961

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Fund for the Republic
1959-1960, 1962

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Furness, Betty
1961

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Fussell, Henry
1959,1961-1963

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Fulbright, Senator
1959

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Gabb, Sally
1961-1963

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Gallery, Dan
1963-1964

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Gamon, John A.
1960

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Gang, Tyre and Brown
1959

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Gang, Tyre and Brown
1959-1960

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Gang, Tyre and Brown
1959-1961

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Gang, Tyre and Brown
1967-1968

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Gang, Tyre and Brown
1977

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Gang, Tyre, Rudin and Brown
1959, 1961-1962

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Gang, Tyre, Rudin and Brown
1959, 1961-1962

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Gardner Ambassador Arthur
1961-1962

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Garrey, James Emmett
1960

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Gehmen, Richard
1962

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Gilliland, James
1958-1962

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Gilmore, Kenneth
1962

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Gitelis, Baruch
1967

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Globe, Lloyd Neil
1960

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Glover, Mary A.
1962

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Gluck, Joy
1961-1963

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Gonder, Frank
1960

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Gonthier, Pierre
1979

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Goodsill, Ruth Caley
1961-1962

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Gorman, Robert W.
1963

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G.P. Putnam's Sons
1962

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Gray, J.S.
1960

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Gray, John W.
1964

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Great White Fleet
1959-1960

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Greece
1953, 1963

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Green, Fitzhugh
1959-1962

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Greene, Felix
undated

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Grey, Ruth
1950

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Grider, George W.
1959

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Griffin, John
1959

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Gruening, Ernest
1959, 1966

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Guam Trust- Territory
1958, 1963-1964

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Guerin, William
1952

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Guest, Robert H.
1958-1962

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Gullickson, Gordon
1962

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Gurey, Jay
1950

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Gusdorff, Doris
1961

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Gustafson, Phil
1950-1963

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Guthman, Edwin
1964

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Gutner, Bonnie
1962

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Gutwirth, Hendrik and Ina
1956

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H.N. Swanson, Inc.
1958-1959

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Hall Drugstore
1950

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Hamilton, Andrew
1950

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Hansen, H.O.
1961

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Hanson, Thor and Charlotte
1962-1963

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Harold Ober Associates
1949-1950

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Harriman, Henry
1949

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Harris, Richard, C.
1962-1963

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Hart, Betty
1960-1962

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Hartley, Eugene
1964

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Hackett, Allen and Florence
1959-1963

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Hamilton, David
1957-1958, 1961-1963

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Harden, Fred G.
1959, 1961-1963

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Harold Ober Associates
1945, 1957-1962

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Harold Ober Associates
1961-1963

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Harold Ober Associates
1961

Box :
Harper's Magazine
1959-1964

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Harr, Karl G.
1957-1960

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Harrigan, Frederick J.
1960

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Harrington, Joe
1959-1962

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Hayward, John T.
1963

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Haywood, Richard W.
1960-1962

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Heard, Gerald
1965

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Heincke, Roy
1961

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Heller, Ruth
1961-1962

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Henderson, Gregory
1960-1961

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Hickernell, Charles W.
1959-1962

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Hicks, John
1969

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Hilda, Sister
1958, 1960-1961

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Hill, Evan
1958, 1961

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Hoffman, Hallock
1958-1963

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Hoffman, Irving
1960

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Holiday Magazine
1962

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Hollingworth, Jim and Mildred
1960

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Holmes, William John
1960

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Holtedahl, Erik
1967

Box :
Honolulu Star Bulletin
1960-1961

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Hoof, David
1962

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Hoops, Eugene, Sgt.
1959-1963

Box :
Hopkins, Ralph J.
1962

Box :
Huang, J.L.
1958

Box :
Hughes, Bob
1963-1964

Box :
Hugh Moore Fund
1958-1959

Box :
Humphrey, Hubert
1961

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Inouye, Daniel K., Congressman
1961, 1966

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International Platform Association
1965

Box :
Ishii, Kenneth
1960

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Iskander, Marwan
1961-1962

Box :
J.B Lippincott and Company
1959

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Jackson, Don D., Dr.
1962-1965

Box :
Jacobs, Paul
1959-1963

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Jaffer, Dorothy Fay
1959-1960

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Janthio
1961

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Jenks, G.R.
1945

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Joesting, Edward
1961-1963

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Johson, Barney
1961-1962

Box :
Johnson, Marty
1950

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Johnson, Walter
1964

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Johnston, A.F.
1950

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Jones, Dean
1961-1964

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Jones, Ray
1961

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Joseph, Nannine
1950, 1961

Box :
Judson, Frank
1961

Box :
Kafka, Roger
1960- 1962

Box :
Kaiser, Henry
1959, 1962-1964

Box :
Kane, Frank
1950

Box :
Karbley, Paolena
1962

Box :
Karlekar, Hiranmay
1969

Box :
Kau High School
1962

Box :
Kavai Chamber of Commerce
1962

Box :
Kay, Howard N.
1961

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Kaye, Danny
1966

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Kearl, Bryant
1950

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Keiser, Robert E.
1962-1963

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Kelly, Ada
1962

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Kennedy, Jim W.
1950

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Kerr, Clark
1961

Box :
Kerr, George H.
undated

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Kingman, Helena Kuo
1960

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Kirk, Irene
1959-1962

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Kirkpatrick, C.C.
1958-1960

Box :
Kneeland, Hal
1950

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Komroff, Manuel
1961-1963

Box :
Koutsoubi, Pitsa
1964

Box :
Kretzmann, Edwin M.J.
1959

Box :
Kumasawa Hugh S.
1961

Box :
Lacy, John C., Capt.
1959-1962

Box :
Ladejinsky, Wolf
1958, 1960

Box :
Ladies Home Journal
1952-1961

Box :
Lake, John and Alice
1962-1963

Box :
Lambert, Harry F.
1960-1963

Box :
Landis, Charlie
1945

Box :
Landsdale, E.G., Col.
1957

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Lathan, Henry J.
1950, 1960

Box :
Lawrence and Lee
1960

Box :
Lawrence, Richard and Toy
1963

Box :
Layton, Edwin, Adm.
1959-1961

Box :
Leach, Corl A.
1947-1949

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Leach, Robinson
1959

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Leaf, Earl
1962

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Leckie, George G.
1962

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Lecture Requests
1962

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Lecture Requests
1961

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Lecture Requests
1959-1960

Box :
Lecture Series
1962

Box :
Lecture Series
1962

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Lecture Series
1962

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Lecture Series
1963

Box :
Lederer, Brian
1969

Box :
Lederer, Bruce
1966

Box :
Lederer, Jimmie
1961

Box :
Lederer, Jules and Eppie (Ann Landers)
1960-1962

Box :
Lederer, Norbert
1948

Box :
Lederer, W. Jonathan
1966-1970

Box :
Lederer, William J.
1962

Box :
Lee, H. Rex
1961-1962

Box :
Biographical note:

Governor of Samoa.

Leigh, W. Colston
1962-1965

Box :
Lewis, Boyd
1958-1959

Box :
Lewis, Hobart
1960

Box :
Lewis, Hobart
1959-1960

Box :
Lewis, Hobart
1959

Box :
Lewis, Hobart
1955-1959

Box :
Lewis, Howard J.
1958

Box :
Lewis, Jack
1958-1959

Box :
Lietzmann, Sabina
1958-1960

Box :
Lincoln, Fred I.
1959

Box :
Linkletter, Art and Lois
1961

Box :
Lorimer, Graeme
1946-1951

Box :
Lett, Arnold S.
1959-1964

Box :
Lotus Club
1949, 1962-1963

Box :
Lulley, Julius
1949

Box :
Lumpkin, Pickett
1949-1969

Box :
Lyons, Harry
1963

Box :
Lyons, Leonard
1961

Box :
Lyons, Louis M.
1948

Box :
MacBain, Merle
1959, 1964

Box :
MacGregor, Greg
1962

Box :
MacLeigh, Archibald
1951

Box :
Mahoney, Claude
1950

Box :
"Making Annapolis Was Easy"
1947

Box :
"Making Annapolis Was Easy"
1946-1947

Box :
Malaya, Prime Ministers Department
1961

Box :
Malik, S.S.
1964

Box :
Mancall, Mark
1962-1963

Box :
Manhart, Ashton H.
1960

Box :
Mansfield, Mike
1958-1961

Box :
March of Dimes
1960

Box :
Marking, Yay
1960

Box :
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1954-1955

Box :
Matejov, Stephen A.
1962

Box :
McAlister, John
1960

Box :
McCarthY, J.J.
1950

Box :
McDaniel, John H.
1961

Box :
McGlee, Cecilia DeGolyer
1950

Box :
McGraw Hill
1964-1965

Box :
McQuaide, Thomas H.
1950

Box :
Meade, Rudolph
1961, 1969

Box :
Meeham, George V.
1961-1962

Box :
Meltzer, Robert
1960-1963

Box :
Merrick, Gordon
1964

Box :
Merwin, Davis
1950

Box :
Meyer, Sylvan
1958

Box :
Meyner, Robert B.
1958-1960

Box :
Michener, James
1956-1959

Box :
Miller, William H.
1959

Box :
Moors, Ralph
1959,1963-1964

Box :
Morehead, Richard M.
1958-1959

Box :
Morrett, John J.
1961

Box :
Morris, John G.
1959

Box :
Morris, Richard B.
1959-1960

Box :
Muhlmann, Eric and Maria
1963

Box :
Mullahy, William
ca. 1960

Box :
Mutuc, Amelito R.
1959-1960

Box :
Nagle, Richard D.
1959

Box :
Nation (Bangkok, Thailand)
1958

Box :
Nation of Sheep
1961

Box :
Nation of Sheep
1961-1966

Box :
National Council of Jewish Women
1959-1961

Box :
National Press Club
1962

Box :
Netzorg, Morton
1963

Box :
Nevels, Lumen Norton
1959-1960

Box :
New York Herald Tribune
1958-1961

Box :
New York Times
1957-1964

Box :
Newcomen Society of North America
1960

Box :
Newspapers, Miscellaneous
1962

Box :
Newsweek
1961-1964

Box :
Neyman, Robert L.
1962

Box :
Nichols, Luther
1959

Box :
Nieman Foundation
1953, 1960-1962

Box :
Nieman Foundation
1950-1960

Box :
Nieman Foundation
1950-1951

Box :
Nimitz, Chester W., Adm.
1957-1961

Box :
Nixon, Richard
1957-1961

Box :
Noel, Jack
1957

Box :
Norris, Virginia
1961-1962

Box :
Norwegian Students Association
1967

Box :
Oelheim, Ben
1962-1963

Box :
Ogle, John N. Captain
1960-1962

Box :
O'Neil, Fred, capt.
1959-1962

Box :
Opinions Unlimited, Inc.
1959

Box :
Orinco Organization
1962

Box :
Osmena, Nicasio (Nick)
1962-1963

Box :
Owens, Ethel
undated

Box :
Pacific and Asian Affairs Council
1964

Box :
Pacific Club
1964

Box :
Pacific Islands (Trust Territory)
1963

Box :
Palmer, Nathaniel B., Capt.
1959-1960

Box :
Pan American
1963

Box :
Pan American
1961-1963

Box :
Pan American
1959-1961

Box :
Park, William C.
1950

Box :
Patterson, John
1961

Box :
Peace Corps
1962-1963

Box :
Peace Corps
1962

Box :
Peace Corps
1961-1962

Box :
Pearson, Drew
1958

Box :
Perkins, Elliot
1961-1962

Box :
Perry, Marsden
1949

Box :
Phillips, Kermit C.
1962

Box :
Phillips, Robert A.
1960-1962

Box :
Pierpont, Robert
1955

Box :
Ping Chung, Wu
1955

Box :
Pool, Ithiel de Sola
1960-1962

Box :
Popular Library Inc.
1963

Box :
Pratt, Fletcher
1950

Box :
Press Intelligence Inc.
1950

Box :
Prototypes (Denmark)
1961-1964

Box :
Purdon, Eric
1959-1961

Box :
Quiqley, Jane
1963

Box :
Quinn, William F.
1958

Box :
Quiroz, Esther
1959-1962

Box :
Radford, Arthur W., Adm.
1962

Box :
Rafla, Nat
1962

Box :
Random House, Inc.
1955-1957

Box :
Ravenholt, Albert
1960

Box :
Reader's Digest
1951-1958

Box :
Reader's Digest
1958-1959

Box :
Reader's Digest
1959-1960

Box :
Reader's Digest
1960

Box :
Readers Digest
1960-1962

Box :
Reader's Digest
1961-1964

Box :
Reader's Digest: Allen, John
1961-1964

Box :
Reader's Digest: Birnie, William A.H.
1962

Box :
Reader's Digest: Expense Account
1963

Box :
Reader's Digest: Lewis, Hobart
1961

Box :
Reader's Digest: Lewis, Hobar
1962

Box :
Reader's Digest: Lewis, Hobart
1963-1964

Box :
Reader's Digest: Payne, Kenneth
1954-1961

Box :
Reader's Digest: Payne, Kenneth
1958-1960

Box :
Reader's Digest: Paynee, Kenneth
1959

Box :
Real Estate
1964

Box :
Real Estate
1964

Box :
Real Estate
1964

Box :
Reardon, Ashley
undated

Box :
Recto, Claro M.
1955-1959

Box :
Reddan, John T.
1960-1962

Box :
Reichart, Franz
1962-1963

Box :
Reid, John
undated

Box :
Reischauer, Haru M.
1962

Box :
Rex, Barbara
1949-1960

Box :
Reynold, Earle
1961

Box :
Rhoads, H.E.
1949

Box :
Rhodes, John J.
1959

Box :
Rigby, Lee
1950

Box :
Rinehart, James R.
1964

Box :
Rivkin, Jois
1961-1962

Box :
Roberts, Henry W.
1950

Box :
Robertson, Glen E.
1961

Box :
Robson, R.W.
1961

Box :
Rochlen, Don H.
1959-1960

Box :
Rocky Mountains Writers Conference
1964

Box :
Roemen, P.G.
1957

Box :
Rogan, Tom
undated

Box :
Roger, Frederich B.
1960

Box :
Rogers, Barbara M.
1959

Box :
Rolex
1958

Box :
Romaniello, John
1961-1963

Box :
Ronac, Finne
1950

Box :
Roosevelt, Eleanor
1961

Box :
Ross, Harvey M.
1980

Box :
Roth, Eli B.
1963

Box :
Roth, Hal
1961-1962

Box :
Rourke, Charles S.
1949-1950, 1962

Box :
Ruhle, George C.
1960

Box :
Rusk, Dean
1962

Box :
Rutler, Jimmy B.
1960-1962

Box :
Ryder, Jack
1950

Box :
Ryerson, Knowles
1960

Box :
"Sailor's Christmas Gift"
1963-1964

Box :
Sanders, Sol
1960

Box :
Santley, Joseph S.
1962-1963

Box :
Sarafoglov, Gregory
1955-1959

Box :
Sarkham
1966

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1947-1949

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1950-1957

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1958-1959

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1960

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1961

Box :
Saturday Evening Post
1962-1964

Box :
Saturday Review
1960-1962

Box :
Savage, Mildred S.
1950

Box :
Saxe, Nathaniel
1962

Box :
Say, Harold B.
1959

Box :
Scheidt, Rudi
1959

Box :
Scheinfeld, Aaron
1961-1962

Box :
Schelsinger, Arthur S., Jr.
1961

Box :
Schell, Charles
1959

Box :
Schellie, Don
1966

Box :

Concerning his Tucson Daily Citizen interview with Lederer.

Schmeiser, James A.

Box :
Scholla, Paul F.
1962-1963

Box :
Schwed, Warren W.
1950

Box :
Scofield, Ed K.
1962

Box :
Scofield, Marjorie
1958

Box :
Scott, Hugh D., Jr.
1950

Box :
Screen Gems, Inc.
1958-1962

Box :
Settle, Tex G.W., Adm.
1959-1963

Box :
Shaw, James C.
1950, 1958-1962

Box :
Shell Oil Company
1964

Box :
Sherman, Eddie
1964

Box :
Sherril, Fred G.
1961-1963

Box :
Shipmate Magazine
1949

Box :
Shirley, Sylvia Joan
1950

Box :
Shoben, Edward J., Jr.
1959-1961

Box :
Shuck, L. Edward, Jr.
1959-1962

Box :
Sigma Delta Chi, Honolulu Chapter
1957-1960

Box :
Simon and Schuster, Inc.
1961-1962

Box :
Sinclair, Larry
1962

Box :
Skinner, B.F.
1959, 1973, 1982

Box :
Skinner, Lemoine, Jr.
1961

Box :
"Skipper Surprised his Wife"
1948

Box :
Slamet, Benny
1963

Box :
Slamet, M.
1963

Box :
Slonim, Gilven M.
1961

Box :
Smith, H.P., Vice Admiral
1958

Box :
Smith, Mart G., Capt.
1959-1962

Box :
Smith- Hutton, Jane
1959-1960

Box :
Smyth, Robert L.
1959

Box :
Snow, Edgar
1959-1962

Box :
Sohon, Helena
1963-1964

Box :
Solbert, Peter
1963

Box :
Sollen, Robert H.
1962

Box :
Sorrell, Vic
1961

Box :
Sparks, Fred
1958-1961

Box :
Speakman, Cummins E., Jr.
1961

Box :
Speedie, Jordan
1961-1962

Box :
Spillumm, John
1962

Box :
Statler Hotel
1950

Box :
Steeves, John M.
1959

Box :
Steichen, Edward
1953

Box :
Stern, Carl W.
1959

Box :
Sternberg, David
1960

Box :
Stoeckle, Dr. John D.
1969

Box :
Stoner, Henry
1961

Box :
Stroud, Peggy
1958

Box :
Stucky, William M.
1959-1960

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
1950, 1955

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
1954-1957

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
1956

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
1958

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
1958-1960

Box :
Stump, Felix B., Adm.
undated

Box :
Stuttering
1957-1962

Box :
Sully, Francois
1958

Box :
Sutcliffe, La Grand
1959-1960

Box :
Swenson, Eric
1949

Box :
Symington, Stuart
1959-1960

Box :
Takagi, Yasaka
1961

Box :
Tann, Douglas
1960

Box :
Taylor, Frank J.
1959-1960

Box :
Taylor, Henry
1961

Box :
Taylor, Ralph C.
1960-1962

Box :
Telesco, Lee A.
1961

Box :
"They Were the Bravest"
1950-1961

Box :
This Week Magazine
1947-1948

Box :
Thompson, Era Bell
1964

Box :
Thuerman, Angus
1960-1962

Box :
Tikalsley, J. Dan
1959-1964

Box :
Tilicos, Stevens
1964

Box :
Time- Life
1959-1961

Box :
Tollasken, Robert Earl
1962-1963

Box :
Tom Dooley Foundation
1960-1962

Box :
Tom Dooley Foundation
1961-1963

Box :
Tom Dooley Foundation
1963-1964

Box :
Toner, Ray
1960-1962

Box :
Toyafuku, Melanie
1962

Box :
Tregaskis, Richard
1959-1961

Box :
Truitt, Anne
1984

Box :
Trumball, Marjorie
1957-1960

Box :
Tubby, Roger
1961-1962

Box :
Tucker, Melville
1959

Box :
Tuers, George
1963-1964

Box :
Turner, Huntington M.
1959-1962

Box :
Tyler, Ralph W.
1957

Box :
U.O. Coleson Company
1964

Box :
U.S.S. Bristol
1953

Box :
U.S.S. Cochino
1950

Box :
Ugly American
1958-1964, 1980

Box :
Ugly American
1987

Box :
Ugly American: High School Students
1987

Box :
United Air Lines
1959

Box :
United Formosans for Independence
1964

Box :
United States Department of Defense
1959

Box :
United States Department of State
1958-1964

Box :
United Staes Congress: Senate
1958-1959

Box :
United States Information Service
1955-1963

Box :
United States Navy
1941-1944

Box :
United States Navy
1942-1945

Box :
United States Navy, Atlantic Fleet
1960

Box :
United States Navy, Office of Public Information
1944-1945

Box :
United States Navy, Office of Public Information
1945

Box :
United States Navy, Office of Public Information
1945-1948

Box :
United States Navy, Office of Public Information
1949-1950

Box :
United States Navy, Office of Public Information
1949

Box :
United States, Presidents Committee on Foreign Aid
1958-1959

Box :
Universal-International Pictures
1959-1963

Box :
University of California Berkley
1955-1958

Box :
University of Colorado
1963

Box :
University of Hawaii
1960-1961

Box :
University of Illinois: Institute of Communications Research
1958

Box :
University of Wisconsin Libraries
1959

Box :
Untermyer, Eugene
1957-1960

Box :
Usher, L.G.
1961

Box :
W. Colston Leigh, Inc.
1968

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1951-1959

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1951, 1957-1960

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1953, 1959

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1953-1980

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1956-1960

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1959-1960

Box :
W.W. Norton and Company
1960

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W.W. Norton and Company
1961

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W.W. Norton and Company
1961

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W.W. Norton and Company
1961

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W.W. Norton and Company
1961-1962

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W.W. Norton and Company
1961-1962

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W.W. Norton and Company
1962-1963

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W.W. Norton and Company
1963-1964

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Waldron, Lynn
1962

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Walker, Gerald
1963

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Walken, Turnley
1961

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Wallace, Hedwig and Lom
1936

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Wallace, Rod
1959-1960

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Ward, Chester, Adm.
1960

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Ward, Robert E.
1960

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Waring, Houstoun
1958

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Weisbord, Marvin
1965

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Werner, H.O.
1958

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Weston, Paul
1960

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White Mountains Festival of the Seven Arts
1961-1962

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White, Robb
1951

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Wiley, Jerry
1961-1962

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William Sloane Associates
1947-1950

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William Sloane Associates
1951-1959

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Williams, Dwight M. Bradford, Capt.
1961

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Williams, George Wightman
1959-1960

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Williams, Robert T.
1959

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Wilson Library Bulletin
1960

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Worden, William L.
1958

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World Book Year Book
1961-1962

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Writer's Digest
1961-1964

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Wylie, Captain J.C.
1958

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Wylie, Philip
1958-1959

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Valeo, Francis and Rita
1961-1962

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Van Arsdale, H.C.
1952

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Van Ness, D.O.
1962-1963

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Vance, Leroy W.
1950

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Vitkin, L. Robert
1958-1962

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Vittachi, Tarnie
1962

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Vogue
1959-1962

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Von Holt, Herman
1962-1963

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Voulgaropoulos, Emmanuel
1962

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Yale Political Journal
1963

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Yaryan, John
1961

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Young, Howard W.
1958-1959

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Yovin, Jose
1961

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Zalburg, Sanford
1961

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Acquired from William J. Lederer, 1988.

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Processed by Christine Barber, 2013.

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Cite as: William J. Lederer Papers (MS 158). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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Subjects
  • Southeast Asia--Economic conditions
  • Southeast Asia--Politics and government--1945-
  • United States--Foreign relations
  • United States--Politics and government--1945-
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Names
  • Burdick, Eugene
  • Lederer, William J., 1912-