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A Guide to the William Graves Carleton Papers

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University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
December 2008


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Carleton, William G. (William Graves), 1901-1982
Title: William Graves Carleton Papers
Dates: 1918-1982
Bulk dates: 1928-1982
Abstract: Papers of historian, political scientist, and University of Florida professor, William G. Carleton.
Extent: 7.6 Linear feet. 17 boxes, 1 microfilm reel, and 7 volumes.
Identification: Ms Coll. 7
Language(s): English
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Biographical/Historical Note

William Graves Carleton, Professor of History and Political Science, is remembered as one of the University of Florida's most colorful lecturers and productive scholars. Known affectionately to his students as "Wild Bill", Carleton was a dynamic speaker in the classroom and widely sought for speaking engagements. As a scholar, his major fields of study were American politics and culture and international relations. He authored The Revolution in American Foreign Policy (1954), Technology and Humanism (1970), and hundreds of articles and book reviews.

Carleton was born in Evansville, Indiana, and came to the University of Florida as a student in 1924. In 1925 he returned to Indiana and attended the University of Indiana where he received his B.A. (1926) and an M.A. (1934). At Indiana he studied history under William O. Lynch with whom he continued to correspond. He came back to Florida in 1926 as a law student and instructor in history and political science. He was also a lecturer in the General Extension Division. He attained his Juris Doctor from the College of Law in 1931. His early years in Indiana and at the University of Florida are recollected in his memoir, Free Lancing Through the Century.

From 1940 to 1957, he was chairman of the Department of Social Sciences in the General (later University) College. Carleton was the principal architect of the American Institutions (C-1) curriculum and his classes in C-1 were often attended by up to 600 students. Carleton retired from the faculty in 1962. He was a close friend of Manning Dauer and C. Vann Woodward.

In addition to scholarly and classroom activities, Carleton was also active in Democratic Party politics and was an outspoken supporter of New Deal liberalism. During the1928 presidential election, Carleton was a stump speaker for Al Smith. His activities in support of Smith are also detailed in Free Lancing Through the Century. He was active in the 1932 and 1936 elections as well.

Carleton was keenly interested in international politics. In the years prior to World War II, Carleton made numerous speeches in favor of American neutrality and opposed Roosevelt's alliance with England. After Pearl Harbor, Carleton abandoned his isolationist position and became an enthusiast for world government and the United Nations Movement. Carleton worked with the Peace Aims Committee of the Rotary Club and delivered speeches before Win the Peace Meetings in Jacksonville and Tampa where he first outlined his internationalist position. In post-war years, Carleton was often critical of American foreign conduct.


Scope and Content

Correspondence, manuscripts for published and unpublished writings, lectures, speeches, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. Records of Dr. Carleton's life and career as Professor of History and Political Science at the University of Florida. Correspondence with C. Vann Woodward, who began his academic career at Florida in the 1930s, spans the years from 1940 to 1971. Carleton's interest and concerns in domestic politics are documented in the correspondence with Claude Pepper, Raymond Robins of Chinsegut Hill, (William) Earl Faircloth, George Smathers, John B. Orr, Leroy Collins, and Phil Locke. His views on international relations before the war are documented in the correspondence with Joseph P. Kennedy, Charles A. Beard, and the America First Committee. (See also Pepper, Woodward, and Robins correspondence.) His work in support of world federalism is documented in the files entitled "Rotary Club of Tampa--Peace Aims Committee", "Paul Smith", "Southern Council on International Relations", "United Nations Committee of Asheville", and "Carolina Institutes of International Relations."

Of singular interest in matters related to American conduct in world affairs are letters from Claude A. Hawley on U. S. involvement in World War II, a letter from Agnes Smedley on U.S. policy in China, descriptions of combat and life in Korea in the letters of Jack Lamb, and first-hand accounts by Jason Finkle describing an attempted coup against Ngo Dinh Diem in 1961 and Finkle's criticism of U.S. support for the Diem regime.

Box 8 in Series 7a contains an addendum of family correspondence. Box 8 in Series 7b contains an addendum of publications that were pulled from a deaccessioned collection entitled Professors in Print.


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Preferred Citation

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Contents List

Series 7a: Correspondence files, 1928-1982


Box
1 Adamic, Louis. 1946-1947
1 Adkins, J. C. 1940
1 Aiken, Paul C.-Democratic National Campaign Committee. 1936
1 Airth, Alfred T. 1941-1942
1 Alford, Mrs. Neil. 1945-1954
1 Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1945-1953
1 America First Committee. 1941
1 American Arbitration Association. 1944
1 American Association of University Women. 1944-1958
1 American Economic Assoc.-Committee on Undergraduate Teaching of Economics. 1949
1 American Historical Review. 1949
1 American Mercury. 1947-1952
1 American Scholar. 1946-1971
1 Americans United for World Organization. 1944-1945
1 Andrews, Charles O. 1939-1945
1 Andrews, Frances D.
1 The Antioch Review. 1947-1971
1 Armstrong, John P. (School of Advanced International studies-John Hopkins). 1955
1 Asenjo, Al. 1953
1 Ashkenazy, Irvin. 1947
1 Atherton Press. 1964
1 An Atlantic Curtain American Scholar (Summer) Criticism re. 1953
1 Atlantic Monthly. 1947-1954
1 Ausley, Charles S. 1931-1954
1 Averitt, Jack N. 1964-1965
1 Baer, Max. 1946-1951
1 Bagshaw, Cradoc. 1966-1968
1 Bailey, John M.-Democratic National Comm. 1963
1 Barnhardt, John D. 1945-1953
1 Baro, Glenn. 1964-1965
1 Beale, Howard K. 1941-1952
1 Beard, Charles A. 1941-1947
1 Becknell, Guy G. 1943-1945
1 de Bedts, Rolf F. 1973
1 Beecher, John Henry. 1939-1940
1 Bell, Ruby. 1940-1969
1 Bellamy, Raymond. 1940
1 Bennet, Charles. 1964
1 Bennet, F. G., Naval war College. 1969-1970
1 Benns, F. Lee (Indiana University). 1940-1948
1 Bently, George R. 1945-1946
1 Bless A, A. 1944-1945
1 Block, A. 1947
1 Block, Edgar S. 1954
1 Blount,, W. C. 1940
1 Boehne, John W. (Bill). 1939
1 Bone Hugh A. 1955
1 Borowsky, Lisa von (Chinsegut Hill). 1945
1 Bozorth, Frances. 1945
1 Brannon, Brantley. 1933-1944
1 Brinton, Crane. 1963
1 Bristol, Loris R. (Re expulsion of Instructor for Leftist beliefs). 1953
1 Brodrock, Jim (former student re World War II experiences). 1945
1 Brown, A. 1954
1 Brown, Armistead. 1940
1 Brown, John Cotton. 1946-1957
1 Brozen, Yale and Carolyn. 1943
1 Brunschwig, Alexander. 1943
1 Bryan, Jack. 1930-1944
1 Budd, Dave, 1952.
1 Burton, Harold H. (US. Senate). 1943
1 Bushee, E. B. 1939-1941
1 Business, Destroyer of Free Enterprise Correspondence re. 1944
1 Butt, Nixon. 1937-1941
1 Caldwell, Millard. 1939
1 Campbell, C. G. 1940
1 Campbell, Monroe. 1952
1 Cannon, Pat (US. House of Representatives). 1939
1 Carey, Jessie L. 1970
2 Carleton, W. B. 1928-1955
2 Carlton, Doyle (Gov. of Fla.). 1928-1932
2 Carmony, Donald F. 1959-1967
2 Carolina Institutes of Int. Relations. 1944-1948
2 Castleberry, Donald M. (San Francisco State College). 1955
2 Chall, George. 1969-1970
2 Chase, James (Re 1928 Democratic Rally, Joe Kennedy, Jr.). 1941
2 Charles Scribner's. 1951-1953
2 Charlotte News. 1946-1947
2 Childs, Richard S., National Municipal League. 1957
2 Civilian Defense School (US. Dept. of War. Office of Civilian Defense). 1942
2 Clarke, D. Worth (US. Senate). 1941
2 Clippinger, W.C. 1939-1970
2 Colbert, Richard. 1969
2 Collins, Leroy (Governor of Florida). 1940-1960
2 Collins, Linton M. 1932
2 Committee of Arts, Letters and Sciences for John F. Kennedy for President. 1960
2 Conely, T.W. 1940
2 Cook, Oliver. 1939-1946
2 Cook, Wilbur E. 1947-1955
2 Cox, Merlin. 1961-1969
2 Crabtree, Tom (former student in Army). 1944
2 Crown, James. 1959-1969
2 Culpepper, Betty. 1940
2 Cummings, Harry E. 1945
2 Current History. 1952-1970
2 Daniels, Jonathan. 1946
2 Dauer, Manning J. 1942-1961
2 Davis, Clark B. 1940
2 Dawson, P.
2 Dexter, Lewis A. (Democratic Nat. Comm.). 1940-1955
2 Dickinson, Sr., Fred. 1961
2 Dickinson, J. A. 1964
2 Dimock, Marshall. 1957-1959
2 Doherty, Jack. 1944-1959
2 Doubleday and Co. 1948-1954
2 Douglas, Paul H. (US. Senate). 1958
2 Dovell, Jud. 1949
2 Drake, Bill. 1940
2 Dryden, Press. 1951-1958
2 Dunbar, Wilbur.
2 Dunham, H.E. 1940-1947
2 The Economist. 1956
2 Edson, M. E. (Social Democrat from Seffner). 1943-1949
2 Emery, Dewitt (Nat. Small Business Assoc.). 1944
2 Emig, Elmer. 1941-1947
2 Erwin, Robert A. 1943-1947
2 Evansville College. 1944
2 Evansville Press. 1964
2 Faircloth, Earl. 1952
2 Fagg, Marcus. 1943
2 Farley, James A. (Democratic National Campaign Committee). 1936
2 Federal Union, Inc. 1945
2 Ferguson, Mrs. S. H. 1940
2 Finkle, Jason (Re Vietnam). 1960-1962
2 Fleming, D.F (Vanderbilt University). 1951-1954
2 Fligh, Helen. 1940
2 The Florida Alligator. 1944-1952
2 Fla. Blue Key. 1936-1959
2 Fla. Dept. of Education (Supervisor of Instruction).
2 Fla. Historical Quarterly. 1969-1970
2 Fla. Press Association. 1949
2 Forum. 1949
2 Foundation for Foreign Affairs. 1950
2 Fraternity Auditor- Advisory System-.
2 Freydberg, Margaret and Nicholas. 1948
2 Fulbright, J.W. 1949
2 Fuqua, Ben H., 1931-40.
2 Geiger, Joe. (Chancellor Honor Court Re-Honor System at UF). 1941
2 Gentry, Lee M.(Illinois PMA Committee). 1947
2 Getts, Clark H. 1945
3 Gibbs, Dell L. 1941
3 Gilbert, Fred S. 1939-1962
3 Gore, R.H. 1939
3 Grahman, Klein H. (UF Business Manager). 1938
3 Graves, John Temple. 1928-1947
3 Gray, R.A. 1944-1960
3 Green, Lex. 1939
3 Green, Ray E. 1961
3 Greenleaf, Richard (Fla. CIO Industrial Union Council). 1946
3 Hackle, Dan. 1961
3 Hackett, Roger C. 1948-1971
3 Hall, Joe. 1940
3 Hammond, Hans. 1949-1955
3 Hannema, Jessie S. 1946
3 Harcourt, Brace and Co. 1944-1946
3 Hardee, Enid Broward (Daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte Broward). 1941
3 Harlow, Harrington. 1979-1981
3 Harper and Brothers. 1946-1949
3 Harper's Magazine. 1945-1965
3 Harrison Company. 1931
3 Hart, Tom. 1971
3 Harfield, Fitt. 1940-1945
3 Havard, William C. 1964
3 Hawkins, Walter (State Director, National Emergency Council). 1936-1937
3 Hawley, Alexander (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill).
3 Hawley, Claude E. 1942-1971
3 Hendricks, Joe (US. House of Representatives). 1939
3 Henning, Thomas C. 1953
3 Henry Holt and Co. 1955
3 Herin, William A. 1939-1950
3 Herlong, Byron E. 1940
3 Heye, Hans F. 1943
3 Hiatt P. N. 1946-1948
3 High, Robert King. 1965
3 Holub, Maureen. 1961
3 Horne, Martha (Florida Dept. of Public Welfare Office). 1959
3 Howell, Loskin Publishers, Inc. 1946
3 Hughes, Charles (General Extension Division. War Dept. Orientation Courses). 1939-1942
3 Hulsey, Jr., Mark. 1954-1962
3 Humphrey, Hubert. 1962
3 Hurwitz, Abe. 1944-1945
3 Indiana Magazine of History. 1954-1965
3 Indiana University Press. 1966
3 Irish, Marian D. 1961
3 Ives, Ethel. 1940-1941
3 Ives S. C. (Re Claude Pepper). 1934;1936
3 J. J. Little and Ives Co., Inc., x. 1934;1936
3 Johnson, Albert F., Sr. 1954
3 Jolbert, Bill. 1945-1947
3 The Journal of Higher Education. 1947-1958
3 The Journal of Politics. 1940-1964
3 Joyner, Conard (S.W Louisiana Institute). 1956-1958
3 Kane, Bernard E. 1940
3 Kaplan Israel, L. (Rabbi in Jacksonville). 1946-1947
3 Keenan, Boyd. 1965
3 Keenan, Richard. 1961
3 Kendrick, Paul K. 1940
3 Kennedy, John F. 1941
3 Kennedy, Joseph P. 1941-1944
3 Kent State University Press. 1970
3 Kessen, Bill (Camp Lee, Virginia). 1943
3 King, E. S. 1943
3 Kirkpatrick, G. G. 1940
3 Knott, James R. 1956-1958
3 Knowles, B. B. 1939-1940
3 Kyselka, Albert. 1940
3 LaFollette, Charles M. (House of Reps). 1945
3 LaFuze, G. Leighten. 1944
3 Lamb, Jack C. 1950-1961
3 Larimore, Granville. 1947
3 Lasky, Victor. 1953
3 Leaky, James M. 1949
3 Lee, Richard T. 1969
3 Lerner, Max. 1947
3 Levin, A. J. 1946
3 Lewis, George (Lewis State Bank). 1952
3 Liber, B. 1946
3 Lilienbaum, B. 1940
3 Link, Geothe. 1939-1942
3 Little, Winston W. 1944
3 Livingston, W. S. 1965
3 Locke, Francis P. (Miami Daily News re Claude Pepper). 1943-1946
4 Lowry, Sumter L. 1958
4 Ludacer, I. R. 1964
4 Ludlow, Louis (House of Representatives). 1940-1941
4 Lukens, H. Melvin. 1970
4 Lycan, Gilbert L. 1964-1965
4 Lynch, Elizabeth K. (Fla. Credit Union League). 1944-1946
4 Lynch, William O. (Indiana University). 1937-1953
4 MacMillan Co. 1943-1969
4 Magazine Digest. 1944-1945
4 Marshall, Helen and Walter (Jax, Fla). 1943-1946
4 Marston, Robert Q. 1976
4 Martin, Roscoe (University of Alabama-Bureau of Public Administration). 1948
4 Marvel, William W. 1954-1955
4 Mason, Lucy Randolph (CIO Southern Public Relations Representative). 1946
4 Matherly, Walter J. 1941-1946
4 Matthews, Billy. 1940
4 May, Phil. 1936-1945
4 McCrae, William A. 1939-1946
4 McCroy, George Whitfield (State Democratic Executive Committee). 1928
4 McGrath, Earl J. 1947-1948
4 McGraw-Hill. 1942-1952
4 McGuire, Bill. 1945-1949
4 McQuitty, John V. 1947
4 Mendelson, Harold. 1970
4 Merritt, Webster. 1949
4 Merryday, H.E. 1940
4 Meyer, Henry A. 1965
4 Miller J. Hills. 1949-1953
4 Miller, Jessie P. 1940-1941
4 Miller, Robert (former student in American Student Union). 1939
4 Miscellaneous Correspondence, no dates.
4 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1928-1943
4 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1944-1950
4 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1951-1979
4 Miscellaneous Periodicals. 1943-1964
5 Mississippi Valley Historical Review. 1946-1950
5 Mondale, Fritz. 1949
5 Moos, Malcomb. 1953-1966
5 Morgan, W.T. (Indiana University). 1943-1946
5 Morrison, Grant. 1965
5 Mosely, A. Crawford. 1961
5 Mosely, John O. 1947
5 Myers, Howard and Curry. 1939-1948
5 Mullen, Earl. 1954
5 Murchison, Charles H. (Office of Civilian Defense). 1942
5 Murry, John A. 1964-1971
5 Nance, Ellwood C. 1947
5 Nash-Brayton, M. J. (Poetry on 1950 Smathers Pepper Election). 1950
5 The Nation. 1945-1964
5 National Broadcasting Company, Inc. 1956
5 National Citizens Political Action Comm. 1944
5 National War College. 1956-1958
5 Neuberger, Richard L. (US. Senate). 1957
5 New Leader. 1944-1951
5 The New Republic. 1950-1960
5 Nixon, H.C. (Vanderbilt Univ. Press). 1945-1954
5 Norman, J. W. 1929
5 W.W. Norton and Company. 1980
5 O'Connell, Stephen C. 1940-1970
5 Ohio State University -English Dept. 1957-1958
5 Olmstead, Ralph. 1968
5 Orr, John B. 1951
5 Osborne, George C. 1941-1947
5 The Oxford University Press. 1946-1979
5 Pace Magazine. 1969
5 Parmet, Herbert S. 1978
5 Patterson, T.W. 1953
5 Pepper, Claude. 1928-1961
5 Perkins, L.W. 1949
5 Perry, John. 1948-1955
5 Peterson, J. Hardin (House of Reps.). 1939
5 Peterson, Max C. 1937-1939
5 Pettigrew, Richard A. 1964
5 Pfaff, Eugene E. (See also Southern Council on Int'l Relations and Carolina Institutes of Int'l Relations). 1945-53
5 Pfaff, Jennie Fiske. 1945
5 Phi Beta Kappa Associates. 1952-1967
5 Pitts, Edith. 1940-1953
5 Political Science Quarterly. 1948-1966
5 Pollack, Norman. 1955
5 Powell, Garland. 1940-1941
5 Prairie Schooner. 1951-1953
5 Pred, Stanley M. 1964
5 Price, Doug. 1953-1954
5 Princeton University Press. 1955-1982
5 Proctor, Samuel. 1941-1957
5 Pugh, Pauline. 1964
5 Pyle, Gordon B. 1961
5 Pyle, Thomas. 1949
5 Quackenbush, D.F. 1952-1954
5 Randall, William M. 1954
5 Random House. 1954-1982
5 Rasmus, Gustav. 1940
5 Reitz, J. Wayne. 1944-1961
5 The Reporter. 1950-1964
5 Richardson, Margarete.
5 Richardson, N. E. 1949
5 Richardson, Steve (B. F Paty for Governor Campaign). 1940
5 Roberts, B. K. (Florida Supreme Court). 1954
5 Robins, Raymond (Chinsegut Hill). 1944-1951
5 Rogers, Richard C. 1959-1960
5 Rood, E. B. 1949
5 Roper, John Herbert (Re C. Vann Woodward Biography). 1979
5 Rotary Club of Gainesville. 1938-1947
6 Rotary Club of Jacksonville. 1939
6 Rotary Club of Tampa--Peace Aims Committee (see also Paul Smith). 1943-1945
6 Roucek, Joseph S. 1955
6 The Round Table. 1955
6 Royer, Daniel K. 1941-1954
6 Sargent, Porter. 1946-1949
6 Sarte, Jean Paul. 1953
6 Schaal, Peter. 1940
6 Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. 1959-1964
6 Scott, John M. 1942
6 Shafer, Wallace. 1936-1944
6 Shapiro, Arnold I. 1946
6 Shoben, Edward Joseph. 1961-1963
6 Sissons, S. N. (Coker College). 1945
6 Smathers, Frank. 1940
6 Smathers, George A. 1939-1956
6 Smedley, Agnes. 1945
6 Smith, Paul (also see Rotary Club of Tampa). 1943-1953
6 Snyder, Richard (Princeton). 1953-1954
6 Sommaripa, George. 1961
6 The South Atlantic Quarterly. 1947-1971
6 Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.
6 Southern Council on International Relations--Eugene Pfaff (also see Carolina Institutes of International Relations). 1944-1945
6 Southern Conference for Human Welfare. 1944-1948
6 Southern Political Science Association. 1950-1952
6 Stadler, John B. 1939-1941
6 Stein, J. 1969
6 Stephenson, W. L Re: Lynch Memorial. 1944
6 Stevenson, Adlai E. 1955
6 Stiles, Lela. 1955
6 Stockard, Cecil. 1943
6 Stone, Amelia (US. Dept. of State). 1945
6 Stratton, Mrs. H. John. 1949
6 Strouse, Isaac. 1932
6 Strouse, Ruse. 1942
6 Sutton, Henry J. (Better World Foundation Fellowship, Ruskin, Fla.). 1943-1945
6 Talbot, George. 1950-1951
6 Teetor, Paul. 1943
6 TeSelle, Clarence J. (College of Law). 1940
6 Thompson, Arthur. 1955
6 Thompson, Katherine (University of Alabama, Bureau of Public Administrations). 1948
6 Tigert, John J. 1937-1952
6 The Triumph of the Moderates Harper's Magazine (April 55), Commentary Concerning. 1955 Apr
6 Truman, Harry S. 1951
6 Tucker, William P. 1946
6 Turmbull, A.D. (Fighting Funds for Finland, Inc.). 1940
6 Turner, Manuel G. 1941
6 Tuskegee Institute. 1958-1959
6 Tydings, Millard E. 1928
6 Unidentified Correspondents. 1928-1979
6 United Nations Comm. (Ashville)--Don C. Shoemaker. 1945
6 United States Air Force. 1948
6 United States Army War College. 1958
6 United States Civil Service Commission. 1966-1968
6 United States Information Agency. 1957-1958
6 United States War Dept. Bureau of Public Relations (Orientation Courses). 1942
6 University of Chicago Press. 1954-1955
6 Vair, Lawrence. 1946
6 Vance, Earl. 1947
6 Vanderbilt University Press. 1968-1971
6 Virginia Quarterly Review Charlotte Kohler Ed. 1946-1969
7 Vital Speeches of the Day. 1943-1956
7 Volwiler, A. T. 1946-1947
7 Vuillemin, Alexander C. 1945
7 Waldo, Seldon F. 1940-1945
7 Walker, John. 1946-1954
7 Warren, Fuller. 1944-1948
7 Warren., Sidney. 1944-1958
7 Watson, Henry B. 1964
7 Watson, J. Tom. 1941
7 Webb, J. H. 1948
7 Webb, John N. 1943
7 Weimer, Rae. 1971
7 Weise, R. E. 1969
7 Weiss, Samuel A. (House of Reps, Penn.). 1943
7 Wells, Mildred White. 1955
7 Welshans, Winifred. 1944-1947
7 Weng, Siegfried. 1965
7 Werner, David. 1969
7 White, Morris E. 1943
7 Wheeler, Charles (Rotary International). 1944
7 Wilbern, York (Re John S. Allen). 1956
7 Wilhoite, L. J. 1943
7 Wilk, E. J. 1962
7 Willard, Ben. 1943
7 Williams, G. Mennen (Governor of Michigan). 1957
7 Wilkie, Wendell. 1943
7 Wilson, Bill. 1965
7 Wilson, E. K. 1946
7 Wilson, Fred R. 1948-1953
7 Wilson, S. D. 1940
7 Wiltshire, M. J. 1927
7 Winkler, Fred. 1948-1953
7 Woodward, C. Vann. 1940-1971
7 World Book Encyclopedia. 1954-1980
7 World Politics. 1954-1955
7 Wu, Elizabeth. 1965
7 The Yale Review. 1947-1971
7 Yale University Press. 1981
7 Yancey, Charlie. 1947
7 Young Democratic Clubs of Florida. 1963-1964
8 Family History.
8 Letters from parents (3 folders).
8 Letters to parents, 1920s-1940s (4 folders).
8 Other family letters.
8 Undated family letters.


Series 7b: Speeches, Lectures, and Writings, 1943-1971


Box
1 Bibliography 1943-1971
1 The Advantages of the United Nations
1 Alternative Courses in Foreign Policy
1 Alternatives to Failure
1 American Agriculture Comes of Age: The American Farm Bureau and Gray Silver
1 American Fascism in the Making?
1 American Foreign Policy and the United Nations
1 American Foreign Policy: Myths and Realities
1 American Intellectuals and American Democracy
1 American National In 1950
1 American Opinion and American Foreign Policy
1 American Policy and World Opinion
1 The American Presidency
1 The American Presidency and the Challenge of World Leadership
1 America Developing Conservative Thought
1 America's Giddiest Bug House
1 America's Ultimate Security Lies in Popular Support
1 Armaments are Not Enough
1 An Atlantic Curtain
1 Beyond Power Politics
1 Both Bread and Freedom
1 Can a Southerner Be Elected President
1 The Celebrity Cult a Century Ago
1 The Character of Florida Politics
1 Citizenship and the Social Studies
1 Could Fascism Come to America
1 Courses on Communism--Indoctrination or Education?
1 The Crisis is Liberal Education
1 The Cult of Personality Comes to the White House
1 Deeper Significance of the Florida Primary
1 Decision in the Farm Belt
1 Democracy and the Party System
1 The Dilemma of the Liberals
1 Does the World Move Towards Empire?
1 The Domestic Political Screen
1 Effective Speech in a Democracy
1 Election Post-Mortem: A Dissenting View
1 Electoral Changes of the 1820's
1 European Morale and the Current Crisis
1 European Opinion and American Policy
1 Factionalism Within the Parties
1 Farm Belt Two-Party System in the Making
1 The Fate of Our Fourth Party
1 Fletcher, Duncan Upshaw
1 Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Ordeal
1 Freedom and the Social Sciences
1 The Future of American Democracy
2 General Education
2 German Rearmament
2 Germany--Seven Years After Defeat
2 The Goal is Man: Individual Man
2 The Group Approach in Political Science
2 Growth of the Presidency in the Twentieth Century
2 The Hard Road of a Third Party
2 Have We Personalized the Presidency?
2 Problems of the Personalized Presidency
2 Hawthorne Discovers the English
2 How Fascist-Minded is the Southwest?
2 How Free are the Nominating Conventions?
2 How We Can Get World Government
2 How Whig is Macaulay's History?
2 Ideological Conflict and the Future Balance of Power
2 Ideology or Balance of Power?
2 If You Would Dig 'Em
2 In Defense of American Foreign Policy
2 International Organization to Keep the Peace
2 Is a New Balance of Power Emerging in Europe?
2 Is Communism Going National?
2 Is it Possible to Prove All Things?
2 Is the South Politically Conservative?
2 Isolationism and the Middle West
2 Italy and the Authoritarian Tradition
2 The Job of the Eighty-First Congress in Foreign Relations
2 Kennedy in History: An Early Appraisal
2 Leninism and Legacy of Western Imperialism
2 Let's Drop the "Professor"
2 Let Us Keep Debating in our Schools
2 Liberal Battle in the Northwest
2 A Liberal Look At American Foreign Policy
2 The Liberal Swing Continues
2 The Liberalism of Decentralization
2 Liberalism's Next Chance
2 Liberty at Mid-Century
2 Lincoln After More Than Three Quarters of a Century
2 Lincoln Today
2 London Economics
2 Macaulay and the Trimers
2 The Meaning of Liberty
2 The Money Question in Indiana Politics
2 A Modest Proposal-And Three Cheers For Le Grand Charles
3 Nationalism, Imperialism, and the Future Balance of Power
3 The Nazi-Fascist Revolutions
3 A New Departure in American Foreign Policy
3 A New Humanism For Our Time
3 The New Nationalism
3 1950: Critical Year in American Politics
3 No Compromise, No Retreat, No Surrender
3 No Time For Greatness
3 A New Look at Woodrow Wilson
3 On the Character of Florida Politics
3 On Understanding World Politics
3 The Optimism of the Democrats
3 Ordeal of Our Generation
3 Our Congressional Elections: In Defense of the Traditional System
3 Our Party Divisions of the Future
3 Our Post-Crisis World
3 On the Folklore of American History
3 The Party Conflict of President Martin Van Buren's Time
3 Party Realignment in the South?
3 Political Science and the Group Process
3 Political Trends in the South
3 The Temper of the 1920's
3 The Politics of the 1920's
3 Power Politics Alliances are Not Enough
3 Presidential Politics of the 1920's
3 The Price of American Failure
3 The Primacy of Politics
3 Program for Survival--and Victory
3 The Pros and Cons of Irish Partition
4 Realism and World Politics
4 Resurgent Democracy in the South
4 The Revolution in Our Political Parties
4 The Revolution in the Presidential Nominating Convention
4 A Revolutionary Departure in World Politics
4 The Role of the Presidency
4 The Sad Decline of Bughouse Square
4 The Significance of the Pepper Campaign
4 So You Want To Be An Historian?
4 Social Politics--A Policy For America
4 Social Politics--The Key to American-Soviet Relations
4 The Social Science Comprehensive at the University of Florida
4 Some Political Aspects of the Van Buren Era
4 Some Thoughts on the Jackson-Van Buren Period
4 Sources of the Lincoln Legend
4 Southern Negro Politics: Another Middle Class Revolution in the Making
4 The Southern Politician 1900-1950
4 The South's Political Puzzle
4 Soviet Policy and the Post-War World
4 The Soviet Union Today
4 Steady, America
4 Surrealism, Revolution, Reform--Or What?
4 Take Your College in Stride
4 Ten Years With A Social Science Comprehensive
4 That Southern Revolt
4 Then and Now Blurb
4 There is Still a Middle Way
4 There is Still Room For Optimism
4 There Need Be No Third World War
4 This Time We Must Win The Peace
4 Thoughts for Pan American Day
4 Time for Cold War Offensive--Now
4 Time to Rescue Our Politicians
4 Toward Man's Maturity
4 Toward Maturity
4 Toward Peaceful Co-Existence?
4 Towards a Stronger Dumbarton Oaks
4 The United States in World War II 1941-1945
4 United States Involvement in European Affairs to World War I: An Overview
5 Wanted: An Economic Revolution For Western Europe
5 Wanted: Wiser Power Politics
5 Wanted: Wiser Teachers of International Relations
5 War or Peace?
5 We Are All Participationists Now
5 We Are Losing the Battle For Collective Security
5 Western Hemisphere Solidarity
5 What Debating Has Meant To Me
5 What Has the Big Change Done to Liberty?
5 What is Aggression?
5 What of Free Enterprise?
5 What of Liberal Education?
5 What of Our Gifted Students?
5 What of Our Post-War Economy?
5 What Our World Federalists Neglect
5 What of Political Science?
5 What of the Council of Europe?
5 What of the Intellectuals?
5 What of the New Centralization?
5 When the Pope Came to the South
5 Who is Upsetting the Balance of Power?
5 Why is Lincoln Our Most Inclusive Folk Hero?
5 Why Lincoln is Our Number One Hero
5 Will the South Precipitate an Election Stalemate?
5 Will There Be a Third Party?
5 Will There Be Peace?
5 The World Situation Today
5 Miscellaneous, untitled speeches
5 Television interview on Florida presidential primary, Outlook (NBC), 1956 May 27
5 Book Reviews
6 Course Materials
6 C-1 Lecture Notes
6 War Training Courses (AAF Section), 1943-1945
7 Memoir "Free Lancing Through the Century: A Memoir"
8 Writings by Carleton - Reprints, Journals, etc. (8 folders)


Series 7c: Scrapbooks and News Clippings, 1918-1979


Box
1 Clippings. 1928-1929
1 Clippings. 1940-1941
1 Clippings. 1943-1946
1 Clippings. 1952-1970
1 Clippings. 1976-1979
1 Memorabilia.
1 Scrapbook Volume 1. 1918 Apr 19-1939 Nov
1 Scrapbook Volume 2. 1939 Nov-1941 Feb
1 Scrapbook Volume 3. 1941 Feb-1943 Jan
1 Scrapbook Volume 4. 1943 Feb-1943 Jun
1 Scrapbook Volume 5. 1943 Jun-1945 Mar
1 Scrapbook Volume 6. 1945 Mar-1947 Feb
1 Scrapbook Volume 6-Addition. 1943 May-1944 Jun
1 Scrapbook Volume 7. 1947 Apr-1948 Apr



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