James K. Pollock papers: 1920-1968
Summary Information
Title: James K. Pollock papers
Creator: Pollock, James Kerr, 1898-
Dates: 1920-1968
Extent: 87 linear feet, 3 oversize folders, 2 film reels, 6 phonograph records (oversize), 16.3 GB
Abstract:
University of Michigan professor of political science, special advisor to the U.S. Military Government in Germany after World War II, participant in numerous government commissions; papers include correspondence, working files, speeches, course materials, and visual and sound materials.
Call number: 8635 Aa 2 Ac UAm
Language: The materials are in English.
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid prepared by: Dennis Anderson, 1969 Beth Lindblom, 1989

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The bulk of the collection was donated by James K. Pollock (donor 1048) in several accessions, the last in 1968. The 1989 accession was donated by Robert Pollock, son of James K. Pollock.

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

The collection contains audio tapes from which digital copies have been made. Source tapes are for staff use only. Audio files are only available in the Bentley Historical Library reading room on designated Bentley Library computers.

To protect fragile audiovisual recordings (such as audio cassettes, film reels, and VHS tapes), the Bentley Historical Library has a policy of converting them to digital formats by a professional vendor whenever a researcher requests access. For more information, please see: http://bentley.umich.edu/research/duplication/.

Copyright:

Robert Pollock has transferred any applicable copyright to the Regents of the University of Michigan, effective March 30, 1991, but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright was not transferred. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Processing Information:

Box 57 was eliminated during reprocessing.

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Alternate Format:

Microfilm: A microfilm negative of the entire subseries Office of the Military Government for Germany (U.S.), 1945-1946 and later official observatory and fact-finding missions to Germany, 1947, 1948, 1950 of the series Germany: Research and Official Responsibilities is available.

Digitization: The Library has undertaken the digitization of a number of sound recordings within this collection. The resulting audio files are available for playback only in the Bentley Library Reading Room. Links to item images and additional information are available within this finding aid. Original sound recordings are only available for staff use.

Preferred Citation:

item, folder title, box no., James K. Pollock Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Arrangement

Summary Contents List

  1. Correspondence, 1912-1968
    • 1912-1938 -- Boxes 1-3
    • 1926-1939 -- Boxes 3-7
    • 1938-1945 -- Boxes 7-11
    • 1945-1961 -- Boxes 11-16
    • 1946-1966 -- Boxes 20-28
    • 1946-1968 -- Boxes 28-30
  2. Organizational Affiliations and Professional Interests, 1935-1968 -- Boxes 16-20, 31-33
  3. Research Files -- Boxes 33-37
  4. Government Public Service
    • Hoover Commission, 1948-1949 -- Boxes 38-44
    • Advisory Commission Intergovernmental Relations, 1959-1961 -- Boxes 45-48
    • Michigan Constitutional Convention, 1962-1963 -- Boxes 48-55
  5. Germany: Research and Official Responsibilities
    • Saar, 1935, 1955 -- Box 56, 58
    • Office of the Military Government of Germany, 1945-1946, 1947-1950 -- Boxes 58-64
    • University of Michigan Civil Affairs Training School -- Boxes 64-65
    • Later German Activities and Interests -- Boxes 65-69
    • German Election Studies --Boxes 69-70
    • Franz Lieber Foundation -- Boxes 71-72
  6. European Election Studies -- Boxes 72-73
  7. University of Michigan -- Boxes 74-77
  8. Speeches and Writings, 1920s-1968 -- Boxes 78-82
  9. Clippings, 1924-1968 -- Box 83
  10. Visual Materials
    • Photographs -- Box 84 and outsize folders
    • Motion Pictures -- Box 85 and outsize
  11. Personal/Miscellaneous -- Boxes 87-88

Biography

James K. Pollock was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania, on May 25, 1898. He began his academic association with the University of Michigan as a student from 1916 to 1921. He received his A.B. degree in 1920 followed by the M.A. in 1921. While working on his Ph.D. degree at Harvard University, 1921-1925, he taught at Geneva College in Pennsylvania and at Ohio State University. In 1925 he accepted an instructorship in political science at the University of Michigan. He was promoted to full professor in 1934, served as departmental chairman, 1947-61, and occupied the Murfin chair from 1948 until his retirement in 1968. Although involved in many non-academic activities as well, Professor Pollock always considered himself primarily a teacher. Upon his retirement as departmental chairman, he insisted upon spending his remaining years on the faculty teaching undergraduates. In recognition of his achievements, the University of Michigan gave him its Distinguished Faculty Award in 1959.

Professor Pollock's work at the University of Michigan was only one facet of a varied career, however. His interest in political parties, campaigns, and elections, both in America and in Europe, was not just academic. Over the years, his expertise in these subjects led both the state of Michigan and the U.S. government to request his advice on various occasions.

In 1935 Professor Pollock accepted a request to head the newly created Michigan Civil Service Study Commission, which investigated the problem of political "spoils" and devised methods of creating an adequate personnel agency and improving working conditions for civil servants. Michigan enacted a basic civil service law in 1937, and strengthened it in 1940 despite attacks by the beneficiaries of the spoils system. In the course of the struggle, Pollock was instrumental in helping to found the Michigan Merit System Association, designed to improve and protect civil service in Michigan. He maintained an active interest in the system throughout his life, and for his work he has been termed "the father of Michigan's civil service."

However, it was Pollock's interest in foreign political systems, particularly in those of Germany, which was to dominate his career. His interest began in the 1920s, and in 1928 a grant from the Social Science Research Council financed a trip to Europe which resulted in studies of parties and elections in Great Britain, France, Ireland, and Germany. Professor Pollock's interest became increasingly focused on Germany, and as a result of his work on German elections, the Plebiscite Commission of the League of Nations chose him as the American observer at the Saar plebiscite in 1935, in which the Saarlanders voted to reunite with Germany.

Professor Pollock's status as an expert on German affairs led the U.S. government to tap him for wartime activities. He lectured at the Provost Marshal General's School at Fort Custer in 1942-43, and participated in both the Judge Advocate General's School and the Civil Affairs Training School at Michigan from 1943 to 1945. In addition, from 1941 to 1943 Pollock gave weekly news analyses and speeches on various Detroit radio stations. Throughout the war, Professor Pollock wrote prolifically on the topic of Germany, the question of her responsibility and guilt, and the problem of how a defeated Germany was to be treated following the war. Although Pollock strongly condemned the Nazis and did not hesitate to insist that the Germans themselves were responsible for Hitler, he rejected the ideas, current among many in the U.S., that all Germans were Nazis and that Germany should be destroyed territorially after her defeat. Pollock believed that a postwar democratic state in Germany was possible, but insisted it could only be built by the Germans themselves. To this end, he offered various concrete proposals regarding the occupation of Germany, all of them involving the direct participation of non-Nazi Germans in the government at an early stage, and geared toward the most rapid reconstruction possible.

The constructive nature of Professor Pollock's approach no doubt had much to do with the U.S. government's request in 1945 that he serve as special adviser to General Lucius D. Clay, deputy governor of the American zone in Germany. Clay faced enormous problems resulting from lack of coordination and communication between the zones, as well as from lack of local government within the American zone. Pollock's assignment was to develop a political and governmental framework for the zone. This was done by dividing the zone into four Lander or states, each with a Minister-President at its head, supported by a skeletal bureaucracy. To coordinate and supervise these state governments, the American Military Government established a Regional Government Coordinating Office (RGCO) at Stuttgart, with Pollock as its director. In addition, a German counterpart called the Landerrat or Council of States was established, consisting of the Minister-Presidents, their supporting personnel and a central secretariat. The Landerrat met regularly in Stuttgart and, with American counseling, established patterns for regional and local government, helped to recreate systems of justice and security, and made preparations for drafting constitutions for future self-government. Pollock deliberately remained in the background, encouraging the Landerrat to be as self-sufficient as possible, with the result that a much more rapid political revival occurred than in the other zones.

Professor Pollock returned to Ann Arbor in September 1946, but went back to Germany in 1947 and 1948 on observatory missions for the Office of Military Government in Germany, United States Zone. In 1950, following the unification of the non-Soviet zones of occupation and the enactment of the Basic Law of 1949, the cornerstone of the Federal Republic, he conducted a fact-finding mission for the United States High Commissioner for Germany. Professor Pollock was formally honored by both the U.S. and German governments for his work with the Landerrat. In 1946 President Truman conferred upon him the U.S. government's highest civilian award, the Medal of Merit, and in 1956 and 1959, respectively, the German government awarded him the Grand Cross Order of Merit and the Knight Commander's Cross.

During the postwar years, Professor Pollock was active in a number of organizations (particularly the Franz Lieber Foundation) which promoted better understanding between Germans and Americans, and which were dedicated to keeping the cause of a unified Germany in the public eye of this country. In addition, Pollock expanded his duties in the Political Science department at the university, and became involved with the American Political Science Association and the International Political Science Association, serving as president of the former in 1950 and of the latter from 1955 to 1958.

In 1947, Pollock was appointed a member of the Committee on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, better known as the Hoover Commission, which had just been created by Congress. Its purpose was to attempt to bring the machinery of the executive branch of the federal government back within the control of the president, increasing its efficiency and its responsiveness at the same time. Pollock served on the committee until 1949, and remained concerned with these problems throughout the 1950s. The final report of the Hoover Commission made a request for a "continuing agency" to deal with the problems in this area, and in 1959, after several intermediate commissions, the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations was created by act of Congress. Pollock served as vice-chairman of the Commission from 1959 to 1961. Professor Pollock's interest during the 1950s in the relationship between federal and state governments also led to his one attempt at elective office; he was elected as a delegate of the Republican party to the Michigan Constitutional Convention in 1961.

Professor Pollock retired as departmental chairman in 1961, and retired from the University of Michigan in 1968. Unfortunately, his desire to pursue further such various topics such as the reform of state government, the reorganization of the federal executive and the problems of governments abroad was cut short by his death a few months later, on October 4, 1968.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The James K. Pollock papers represent an accumulation of files from a lifetime of academic teaching and research and an extraordinary number of public service responsibilities to both his state and his nation. The files within the collection fall into two categories: types of document (such as correspondence, speeches and writings, visual materials, etc.) and files resulting from a specific activity or position (such as his work as delegate to the Michigan Constitutional Convention or his service with the Office of the Military Government in Germany after World War II).

The collection is large and of a complicated arrangement because of Pollock's many activities. When received in 1969, the files were maintained as received; very little processing was done to the collection so that an inventory to the papers could be quickly prepared. The order of material is that devised by James K. Pollock and his secretarial staff in the U-M Department of Political Science. Recognizing the anomalies within the order of the collection, the library made the decision to list the contents to the collection while at the same time preparing a detailed card file index (by box and folder number, i.e. 16-8) to significant correspondents and subjects. While there was much to be said for this method of preparing a finding aid expeditiously, it also covered up some problems in arrangement. Thus series and subseries of materials are not always grouped together as they were created by Pollock. Files on the Hoover Commission and the Michigan Constitutional Convention, for example, come before Pollock's work in Germany after the war. In 1999, effort was made to resolve some of the inconsistencies and obvious misfilings of the first inventory but because of the numbering system used in 1969 and the card index prepared for the files, there are still some problems. Researchers should be alert to these difficulties and take time to examine different parts of the collection for material on a similar topic.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Civil service.
  • Germany -- History -- 20th century.
  • Michigan -- Politics and government -- 1961-1970.
  • Political science.
  • Reconstruction (1939-1951) -- Germany.
  • Saar River Valley (France and Germany) -- History.
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1953.
  • World War, 1939-1945.
  • Civil service.
  • Germany -- History -- 1918-1933.
  • Germany -- History -- 1945-1955.
  • Germany (West)
  • Cartoons.
  • Diaries.
  • Motion pictures.
  • Photographs.
  • Sound recordings.
  • Videotapes.
  • American Political Science Association.
  • Michigan. Constitutional Convention (1961-1962)
  • Michigan Merit System Association.
  • Pollock, James K. (James Kerr), 1898-1968.
  • Republican Party (Mich.)
  • United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
  • United States. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1947-1949)
  • University of Michigan. Dept. of Political Science.
  • University of Michigan -- Faculty.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, 1876-1967.
  • La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947.
  • Michigan Merit System Association.
  • Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
  • Pollock, James K. (James Kerr), 1898-1968.
  • Michigan. Constitution.
  • United States. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1947-1949)
  • University of Michigan. Dept. of Political Science.
  • Grewe, Wilhelm Georg, 1911-
  • Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971.
  • Ackley, Gardner.
  • Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-1951.
  • Adams, James P. (James Pickwell), 1895-1969.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, 1876-1967.
  • Beard, Charles Austin, 1874-1948.
  • Bentley, Alvin M. (Alvin Morell), 1918-1969.
  • Brandt, Willy, 1913-1992.
  • Bricker, John W. (John William), 1893-1986.
  • Bromage, Arthur W. (Arthur Watson), 1904-1979.
  • Brown, Prentiss M. (Prentiss Marsh), 1889-1973.
  • Brownrigg, William, 1893-1969.
  • Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson), 1904-1971.
  • Clay, Lucius D. (Lucius DuBignon), 1897-1978.
  • Comstock, William Alfred, 1877-1949.
  • Conant, James Bryant, 1893-1978.
  • Connable, Alfred B. (Alfred Barnes), 1904-
  • Couzens, James, 1872-1936.
  • Cudlip, William B., 1904-1988.
  • Dana, Samuel Trask, 1883-1978.
  • DeFoe, Murl Holcomb, 1879-
  • Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971.
  • Dickinson, Luren Dudley, 1859-1943.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
  • Eldersveld, Samuel James.
  • Engel, Albert Joseph, 1888-1959.
  • Erhard, Ludwig.
  • Farley, James A. (James Aloysius), 1888-1976.
  • Ferguson, Homer, 1889-1982.
  • Fitzgerald, Frank Dwight, 1885-1939.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
  • Forrestal, James, 1892-1949.
  • Gale, Esson M. (Esson McDowell), 1884-1964.
  • Gallup, George, 1901-1984.
  • Goebel, Paul Gordon, 1901-
  • Haber, William, 1899-1988.
  • Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923.
  • Hart, Philip A. (Philip Aloysius), 1912-1976.
  • Hatcher, Harlan, 1898-1998.
  • Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945.
  • Herbert, J. Joseph, 1894-1956.
  • Hill, Norman Hingston, 1887-1971.
  • Hiss, Alger.
  • Holcombe, Arthur N. (Arthur Norman), 1884-1977.
  • Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978.
  • Jackson, Robert Houghwout, 1892-1954.
  • Judd, Dorothy.
  • Kefauver, Estes, 1903-1963.
  • Kelly, Harry F. (Harry Francis), 1895-1971.
  • Kennedy, James Alexander, 1897-1969.
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
  • Kiesinger, Kurt Georg, 1904-
  • Knox, Frank, 1874-1944.
  • Kraus, Edward Henry, 1875-1973.
  • Lippmann, Walter, 1889-1974.
  • Litchfield, Edward H. (Edward Harold), 1914-1968.
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 1902-1985.
  • Marshall, S. L. A. (Samuel Lyman Atwood), 1900-1977.
  • McClellan, John L. (John Little), 1896-1977.
  • McNamara, Robert S., 1916-2009.
  • Meader, George, 1907-1994.
  • Michener, Earl C. (Earl Cory), 1876-1957.
  • Milliken, William G., 1922-
  • Moley, Raymond L., 1886-
  • Moody, Blair, 1902-1954.
  • Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
  • Murphy, Robert D. (Robert Daniel), 1894-1978.
  • Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996.
  • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
  • Nye, Gerald Prentice, 1892-1971.
  • Reeves, Jesse Siddall, 1872-1942.
  • Romney, George W., 1907-1995.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
  • Rusk, Dean, 1909-1994.
  • Ruthven, Alexander Grant, 1882-1971.
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951.
  • Van Wagoner, Murray Delos, 1898-
  • Williams, G. Mennen, 1911-1988.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Correspondence 1912-1968 [series] (26 linear feet)

Correspondence (1912-1968; 26 linear ft.) is the largest series in the collection. The files are broken down into broad chronological subseries though there is frequent overlapping of dates depending upon whether an older file was carried over into a subsequent subseries because still of current use to Pollock or filing error. The researcher should consult the card index of Pollock correspondents if interested in a specific individual or organization. Also to be noted, this series includes more than correspondence. Depending upon the file heading, there could be reports, memoranda, and other kinds of documents. Correspondents include other political scientists, state government administrators, politicians, national figures, journalists, and those with whom he worked while stationed in Germany.

 
Index to Correspondence [subseries]
Box   89  
Card index
 
1912-1938, 1921-1935 [subseries] (26 linear feet)
Box   1  
A 1930-1935

(1-1)

Box   1  
A 1921-1929

(1-2)

Box   1  
American Political Science Round Table 1933

(1-2a)

Box   1  
B 1933-1936

(1-3)

Box   1  
B 1929-1933

(1-4)

Box   1  
B 1924-1930

(1-5)

Box   1  
C 1934-1935

(1-6)

Box   1  
C 1929-1933

(l-7)

Box   1  
C 1922-1929

(1-8)

Box   1  
D 1934-1935

(1-9)

Box   1  
D 1925-1933

(1-10)

Box   1  
E 1925-1935

(l-11)

Box   1  
F 1934-1935

(1-12)

Box   1  
F 1923-1933

(1-13a)

Box   1  
Federal Reserve Board (about) 1922

(1-13b)

Box   1  
G 1931-1935

(1-14)

Box   1  
G 1922-1930

(1-15)

Box   1  
H 1934-1935

(1-16)

Box   1  
H 1928-1933

(l-17)

Box   1  
H 1920-1928

(1-18)

Box   1  
Hitler Decrees, responses to James K. Pollock's mailing of his translation of Hitler Decrees to colleagues and other public figures 1934

(1-18a)

Box   1  
I 1928-1935

(l-19)

Box   1  
J 1926-1935

(1-20)

Box   2  
K 1934-1935

(2-1)

Box   2  
K 1925-1933

(2-2)

Box   2  
L 1934-1935

(2-3)

Box   2  
L 1930-1933

(2-4)

Box   2  
L 1925-1929

(2-5)

Box   2  
Mc-Mac 1926-1935

(2-6)

Box   2  
M 1934-1935

(2-7)

Box   2  
M 1930-1933

(2-8)

Box   2  
M 1919-1930

(2-9)

Box   2  
N 1922-1935

(2-10)

Box   2  
O 1926-1935

(2-11)

Box   2  
P 1934-1935

(2-12)

Box   2  
P 1922-1933

(2-13)

Box   2  
Portland Public Forum 1936

(2-14)

Box   2  
Q 1926-1934

(2-15)

Box   2  
R 1933-1935

(2-16)

Box   2  
R 1921-1932

(2-17)

Box   2  
Sa-Sh 1934-1938

(2-18)

Box   2  
Sh-Sz 1934-1936

(2-19)

Box   2  
S 1928-1933

(2-20)

Box   2  
S 1922-1928

(2-21)

Box   2  
Social Science Abstracts 1928-1930

(2-21a)

Box   3  
T 1912-1935

(3-1)

Box   3  
U-V 1926-1935

(3-2)

Box   3  
University of Michigan, University Council 1932

(3-2a)

Box   3  
University of Michigan, Committee on Combined Curriculum 1934-1935

(3-2b)

Box   3  
W 1931-1935

(3-3)

Box   3  
W 1920-1930

(3-4)

Box   3  
X,Y,Z 1926-1935

(3-5)

 
1926-1939, 1936-1939 [subseries]
Box   3  
A 1935-1939

(3-14)

Box   3  
American Political Science Association 1934-1939

(3-15a)

Box   3  
American Political Science Association, Nominating Committee 1935

(3-15b)

Box   3  
American Political Science Association, paper written about APSA entitled," The American Political Science Association and the Problem of Regionalism," 1939

(3-16)

Box   3  
Ba-Be 1935-1939

(3-17)

Box   3  
Bi-Bz 1935-1939

(3-18)

Box   3  
Brownrigg, William 1937-1939

(3-19)

Box   3  
Bureau of Appointments of the University of Michigan 1932-1939

(3-20)

Box   4  
Ca-Cok 1936-1939

(4-1)

Box   4  
Col-Cz 1935-1939

(4-2)

Box   4  
Century Company 1929-1931

(4-3b)

Box   4  
Committee studying elections in other units 1934

(4-3a)

Box   4  
Crofts (F.S. Crofts Company) 1930-1937

(4-3c)

Box   4  
D 1936-1939

(4-4)

Box   4  
Dictionary of American History 1937-1939

(4-5a)

Box   4  
Division of Social Sciences, University of Michigan 1938

(4-5b)

Box   4  
E 1936-1939

(4-6)

Box   4  
Extension Service of the University of Michigan 1928-1939

(4-7)

Box   4  
F 1936-1939

(4-8)

Box   4  
G 1936-1939

(4-9)

Box   4  
Graduate Students 1930-1939

(4-10)

Box   4  
Graduate Students 1939-1940

(4-11)

Box   4  
Ha 1936-1939

(4-12)

Box   4  
He-Hi 1936-1939

(4-13)

Box   4  
Ho-Hu 1936-1939

(4-14)

Box   4  
Haber, William 1935-1939

(4-15a)

Box   4  
Harper and Brothers 1936-1939

(4-15b)

Box   4  
Hayden, Joseph R. 1934-1939

(4-16a)

Box   4  
Henry Holt and Company 1927-1938

(4-16b)

Box   4  
Home Office miscellaneous 1931-1937

(4-15c)

Box   4  
I 1936-1939

(4-17)

Box   4  
J 1936-1939

(4-18)

Box   4  
Judd, Mrs. Siegel W. (Dorothy) re Michigan Civil Service Study Commission 1935-1939

(4-19)

Box   5  
K 1936-1939

(5-1)

Box   5  
Kennedy, James 1938-1939

(5-2a)

Box   5  
Kraus, Edward H. 1933-1939

(5-2b)

Box   5  
Knopf (Alfred A. Knopf Inc.) 1930-1938

(5-3)

Box   5  
Knopf (Alfred A. Knopf Inc.) 1926-1929

(5-4)

Box   5  
L-Lon 1936-1939

(5-5)

Box   5  
Lov-Lz 1936-1939

(5-6)

Box   5  
League. National League of Women Voters 1928-1937

(5-7)

Box   5  
Litchfield, Edward H. 1937-1938

(5-8)

Box   5  
Logan, Edward B. 1936-1938

(5-9)

Box   5  
Mac-Me 1936-1939

(5-10)

Box   5  
Ma, . 1936-1939

(5-11)

Box   5  
Me-Mi 1936-1939

(5-12)

Box   5  
Mo-Mu 1936-1939

(5-13)

Box   5  
Michigan Merit System Association 1937-1939

(5-14)

Box   5  
Michigan (University of) Dept. of Political Science

(5-16)

Box   5  
Murphy, Frank 1936-1939

(5-15)

Box   5  
N 1936-1939

(5-17)

Box   5  
National Civil Service Reform League 1937-1939

(5-18)

Box   5  
National Civil Service Reform League 1935-1937

(5-19)

Box   5  
National Municipal League 1934-1938

(5-20)

Box   5  
National Municipal League, ,1934 1931-1932, 1938-1939

(5-21)

Box   6  
National Policy Committee 1937-1939

(6-1)

Box   6  
Nye, Gerald P. 1930-1939

(6-2)

Box   6  
O 1936-1939

(6-3)

Box   6  
Ogg, Frederic A. 1925-1939

(6-4)

Box   6  
Oratorical Association, University of Michigan 1934-1936

(6-5)

Box   6  
P 1936-1939

(6-6)

Box   6  
Personnel (Subcommittee on Personnel Standards of the Interstate Conference) 1937

(6-7a)

Box   6  
Personnel. Conference of Government Personnel in Michigan May 1936

(6-7b)

Box   6  
Political Science Department, University of Michigan 1936-1939

(6-7c)

Box   6  
Quadrangle Club 1932-1933

(6-7d)

Box   6  
Ra-Ri 1936-1939

(6-8)

Box   6  
Ro-Ry 1936-1939

(6-9)

Box   6  
Republican National Committee 1920-1938

(6-10)

Box   6  
Ruthven, Alexander G. 1932-1939

(6-11)

Box   6  
Sa-Ses 1936-1939

(6-12)

Box   6  
Sch 1936-1939

(6-13)

Box   6  
Se-Sh 1936-1939

(6-14)

Box   6  
Si-Sp 1936-1939

(6-15)

Box   6  
St-Sw 1936-1939

(6-16)

Box   6  
Schorer, Arno 1938-1939

(6-17)

Box   6  
Social Science Research Council 1926-1935

(6-18)

Box   6  
Social Science Research: "Report of the Sub-Committee on Local Research to the Committee on Social Science Research, University of Michigan," 1934

(6-19)

Box   6  
T 1936-1939

(6-20)

Box   7  
U 1936-1939

(7-1)

Box   7  
University Lectures: Committee on University Lectures 1937-1939

(7-3a)

Box   7  
University of Michigan, Bureau of Alumni Relations 1932-1936

(7-3b)

Box   7  
University of Michigan, Institute of Public and Social Administration 1936

(7-3c)

Box   7  
University of Michigan, Student-Faculty Sub-committee on Student Attitudes 1934

(7-3d)

Box   7  
Upson, Lent D. 1935-1939

(7-2)

Box   7  
V 1932, 1936-1939

(7-4)

Box   7  
Van Nostrand (D. Van Nostrand Co.,Inc.) 1938-1939

(7-5)

Box   7  
Van Nostrand (D. Van Nostrand Co.,Inc.) 1933-1937

(7-6)

Box   7  
Wa-We 1936-1939

(7-7)

Box   7  
Wh-Wz 1936-1939

(7-8)

Box   7  
Y-Z 1936-1939

(7-9)

 
1938-1945, 1940-1945 [subseries]
Box   7  
A 1940-1945

(7-12)

Box   7  
American Political Science Association 1939-1945

(7-13)

Box   7  
Ann Arbor Citizens Council 1941-1942

(7-14)

Box   7  
Ba-Be 1938-1945

(7-15)

Box   7  
Bi-Bo 1940-1945

(7-16)

Box   7  
Br 1940-1945

(7-17)

Box   7  
Bu-By

(7-18)

Box   8  
Brownrigg, William 1940-1944

(8-1)

Box   8  
Bureau of Appointments, University of Michigan (recommendations for the) 1940-1945

(8-2)

Box   8  
Ca-Ch 1940-1945

(8-3)

Box   8  
Ci-Com 1940-1945

(8-4)

Box   8  
Con-Cz 1940-1945

(8-5)

Box   8  
Committee on University Lectures 1940-1945

(8-6b)

Box   8  
Crofts, F.S. 1939-1944

(8-6a)

Box   8  
Current History article on Germany 1942

(8-6c)

Box   8  
Da-De 1940-1945

(8-7)

Box   8  
Di-Du 1939-1945

(8-8)

Box   8  
E 1940-1945

(8-9)

Box   8  
Economic Status of Faculty 1945

(8-10a)

Box   8  
Extension Service, University of Michigan 1939-1945

(8-10b)

Box   8  
Fa-Fl 1940-1945

(8-11)

Box   8  
Fo-Fu 1940-1945

(8-12)

Box   8  
Ferguson, Homer 1942-1945

(8-13)

Box   8  
Fortune Magazine

(8-14)

Box   8  
Ga-Gi 1940-1945

(8-15)

Box   8  
Gl-Gu 1940-1945

(8-16)

Box   8  
Ha 1940-1945

(8-17)

Box   8  
He 1940-1945

(8-18)

Box   8  
Hi 1940-1945

(8-19)

Box   9  
Ho-Hy 1940-1945

(9-1)

Box   9  
Hayden, Joseph R. 1940-1944

(9-2a)

Box   9  
Harper and Brothers 1939-1943

(9-2b)

Box   9  
I 1940-1945

(9-2c)

Box   9  
J 1940-1945

(9-3)

Box   9  
Judd, Mrs. Siegel W. (Dorothy) 1939-1945

(9-4)

Box   9  
Judge Advocate General's School, University of Michigan 1943-1945

(9-5)

Box   9  
Ka-Kem 1940-1945

(9-6)

Box   9  
Ken-Ki 1940-1945

(9-7)

Box   9  
Kn-Ku 1940-1945

(9-8)

Box   9  
Kennedy, James A. 1939-1943

(9-9)

Box   9  
Knopf. Alfred A. Knopf Co. 1941-1944

(9-10a)

Box   9  
Kraus, Dean Edward H. 1940-1944

(9-10b)

Box   9  
La-Led 1940-1945

(9-11)

Box   9  
Lee-Lov 1940-1945

(9-12)

Box   9  
Lovett, William P. 1941-1945

(9-13)

Box   9  
Lovett, William P. 1940

(9-14a)

Box   9  
Lo-Ly 1940-1945

(9-14b)

Box   9  
Litchfield, Edward H. 1940-1945

(9-15)

Box   9  
Me-Mac 1940-1945

(9-16)

Box   9  
Ma 1940-1945

(9-17)

Box   9  
Me-Mid 1940-1945

(9-18)

Box   9  
Mil-Mit 1938-1939

(9-19)

Box   9  
Mo-My 1940-1945

(9-20)

Box   9  
Michigan Merit System Association 1940-1941, 1944

(9-21)

Box   10  
Na-Ne 1940-1945

(10-1)

Box   10  
Ni-Ny 1940-1945

(10-2)

Box   10  
National Municipal League 1940-1945

(10-3a)

Box   10  
Neff, Mortimer A. 1941-1943

(10-3b)

Box   10  
National Civil Service Reform League 1940-1945

(10-4)

Box   10  
O 1940-1945

(10-5a)

Box   10  
Ogg, Frederick A. 1940-1945

(10-5b)

Box   10  
Pa-Pe 1940-1945

(10-6)

Box   10  
Pf-Pu 1940-1945

(10-7)

Box   10  
Pratt, F.D. (Time, Inc.) 1940-1941

(10-8a)

Box   10  
Q 1935, 1940

(10-8b)

Box   10  
Ra-Ri 1940-1945

(10-9)

Box   10  
Ro-Ru 1940-1945

(10-10)

Box   10  
Sa-Schaa 1940-1945

(10-11)

Box   10  
Schat-Se 1940-1945

(10-12)

Box   10  
Sh-Sp 1940-1945

(10-13)

Box   10  
St-Sw 1940-1945

(10-14)

Box   10  
Ta-Th 1940-1945

(10-15)

Box   10  
Ti-Ty 1940-1945

(10-16)

Box   10  
U 1939-1945

(10-17)

Box   10  
V 1940-1945

(10-18)

Box   10  
Van Nostrand. D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc. 1939-1944

(10-19)

Box   11  
Wa 1940-1945

(11-1)

Box   11  
We-Wh 1940-1945

(11-2)

Box   11  
Wi-Wy

(11-3)

Box   11  
Y-Z 1940-1945

(11-4a)

Box   11  
Yoakum, Dean C.S. 1940-1945

(11-4b)

 
1945-1961, 1946-1960 [subseries]
Box   11  
A-Allen 1946-1960

(11-5)

Box   11  
Alli-Am 1946-1961

(11-6)

Box   11  
An-Ay 1946-1959

(11-8)

Box   11  
Africa, Bernabe 1951-1958

(11-9)

Box   11  
American Association of University Women 1949-1956

(11-7a)

Box   11  
American Committee for Study of War Documents 1955-1957

(11-7b)

Box   11  
American Political Science Association 1951-1957

(11-11)

Box   11  
American Political Science Association, Census Advisory Committee 1952-1953

(11-10)

Box   11  
American Political Science Association, Cooperative Research Project on Convention Delegates 1952-1954

(11-12)

Box   11  
American Society for Public Administration 1946-1958

(11-14)

Box   11  
Ba 1946-1961

(11-15)

Box   11  
Be 1946-1960

(11-16)

Box   11  
Bh-Bo 1946-1960

(11-17)

Box   11  
Br 1946-1960

(11-18)

Box   11  
Brookings Institution study on presidential nominating procedures 1953-1957

(11-13)

Box   12  
Bu-By 1946-1960

(12-1)

Box   12  
Barclay, Thomas 1947-1959

(12-2)

Box   12  
Ca-Ce 1946-1960

(12-3)

Box   12  
Ch-Cl 1946-1960

(12-4)

Box   12  
Co 1946-1960

(12-5)

Box   12  
Cr-Cy 1946-1960

(12-6)

Box   12  
Chairmanship of U-M Dept. of Political Science 1947-1958 (scattered dates)

(12-7)

Box   12  
Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report 1948-1954, 1958

(12-8)

Box   12  
Da 1946-1960

(12-9)

Box   12  
De-Di 1945-1960

(12-10)

Box   12  
Dj-Dy 1946-1960

(12-11)

Box   12  
Ea-Ed

(12-12)

Box   12  
Ef-Ei 1946-1960

(12-13)

Box   12  
El 1946-1960

(12-14)

Box   12  
Em-Ew 1946-1960

(12-15)

Box   12  
Fa-Fe 1946-1960

(12-16)

Box   12  
Fi-Fo 1946-1960

(12-17)

Box   12  
Fr-Fy 1946-1960

(12-18)

Box   12  
Foreign Policy Association 1946-1952

(12-19)

Box   13  
Ga-Ge 1946-1960

(13-1)

Box   13  
Gi-Go 1946-1960

(13-2)

Box   13  
Gr 1946-1960

(13-3)

Box   13  
Gu-Gy 1945-1960

(13-4)

Box   13  
Ha-Han 1946-1960

(13-5)

Box   13  
Har 1946-1960

(13-6)

Box   13  
Has-Haz 1946-1960

(13-7)

Box   13  
He 1946-1960

(13-8)

Box   13  
Hi 1946-1960

(13-9)

Box   13  
Ho 1945-1960

(13-10)

Box   13  
Hs-Hy 1946-1960

(13-11)

Box   13  
Heuss, Theodor (re visit of Heuss in June 1958 to the United States and the University of Michigan) 1958

(13-12)

Box   13  
I 1946-1960

(13-13)

Box   13  
Ja-Je 1946-1960

(13-14)

Box   13  
Jo-Ju 1946-1960

(13-15)

Box   13  
Ka-Kem 1946-1960

(13-16)

Box   13  
Ken-Key 1946-1960

(13-17)

Box   13  
Kh-Kn 1946-1960

(13-18)

Box   13  
Ko-Ku 1946-1960

(13-19)

Box   13  
La 1946-1960

(13-20)

Box   13  
Le 1946-1960

(13-21)

Box   14  
Li-Lin 1946-1960

(14-1)

Box   14  
Lip-Lof 1946-1960

(14-2)

Box   14  
Loe-Ly 1946-1960

(14-3a)

 
Litchfield, Edward H
Box   14  
1946-1949

(14-3b)

Box   14  
1950-1951

(14-3c)

Box   14  
1952-1954

(14-3d)

Box   14  
Mac-Mars 1945-1960

(14-4)

Box   14  
Mart-May 1946-1960

(14-5)

Box   14  
Mc 1946-1960

(14-6)

Box   14  
Me 1946-1960

(14-7)

Box   14  
Mi 1946-1960

(14-8)

Box   14  
Mo 1946-1960

(14-9)

Box   14  
Mu-My 1946-1960

(14-10a)

Box   14  
Mettger, H. Philip 1946, 1949-1953

(14-10b)

Box   14  
Mettger, H. Philip 1953-1959

(14-11a)

Box   14  
Meynaud, Jean 1951-1953

(14-11b)

Box   14  
Moody, Blair 1947-1954

(14-11c)

Box   14  
Na-Neal 1946-1960

(14-12)

Box   14  
Nee-New 1946-1960

(14-13)

Box   14  
Ni-Nu 1946-1960

(14-14)

Box   14  
O 1946-1960

(14-15a)

Box   14  
Ogg, Frederick A. 1940, 1945-1951

(14-15b)

Box   14  
Pa 1946-1960

(14-16)

Box   14  
Pe 1946-1960

(14-17)

Box   14  
Pf-Pl 1946-1960

(14-18)

Box   14  
Po 1946-1960

(14-19)

Box   14  
Pr-Q 1946-1960

(14-20)

Box   15  
Ra-Re 1946-1961

(15-1)

Box   15  
Ri-Rog 1946-1960

(15-2)

Box   15  
Rok-Roy 1946-1960

(15-3)

Box   15  
Ru-Ry 1946-1960

(15-4a)

Box   15  
Ruthven, Alexander G. 1940-1957

(15-4b)

Box   15  
Rinehart and Company 1947-1952

(15-5)

Box   15  
Rome Congress, International Political Science Association 1958

(15-6)

Box   15  
Sa 1946-1960

(15-7)

Box   15  
Sc-Sch 1945-1960

(15-8)

Box   15  
Sco-Se 1946-1960

(15-9)

Box   15  
Sh 1946-1960

(15-10)

Box   15  
Si 1946-1960

(15-11)

Box   15  
Sk-Sm 1945-1960

(15-12)

Box   15  
Sn-So 1946-1960

(15-13)

Box   15  
Social Science Division of the College of LS&A, U-M 1939-1951

(15-14)

Box   15  
Sp-Sr 1945-1960

(15-15)

Box   15  
Sta 1946-1960

(15-16)

Box   15  
Ste-Stg 1946-1960

(15-17)

Box   15  
Sto-Stu 1946-1960

(15-18)

Box   15  
Su-Sz 1946-1960

(15-19)

Box   15  
Ta-Th 1946-1960

(15-20)

Box   15  
Ti-Ty 1946-1960

(15-21)

Box   16  
U 1946-1960

(16-1)

Box   16  
Va-Van 1946-1960

(16-2)

Box   16  
Vau-Vo 1946-1960

(16-3)

Box   16  
Wa-Wan 1946-1960

(16-4)

Box   16  
War-Wat 1945-1960

(16-5)

Box   16  
We 1946-1960

(16-6)

Box   16  
Wh-Wic 1946-1960

(16-7)

Box   16  
Wil-Wit 1946-1960

(16-8)

Box   16  
Wo-Woo 1945-1960

(16-9)

Box   16  
Wor-Wy 1946-1960

(16-10)

Box   16  
Y-Z 1946-1960

(16-11)

 
1946-1966, 1946-1965 [subseries]
Box   20  
A-Al 1949-1965

(20-18)

Box   20  
Am-Au 1959-1965

(20-19)

Box   20  
Advisory Committee on University Professorships 1965

(20-20a)

Box   20  
Alumni Association, Class Officers' Council 1955-1965

(20-20b)

Box   20  
American Academy of Political and Social Science 1946-1964

(20-21a)

Box   20  
American Society for Public Administration 1962, 1965

(20-21b)

Box   21  
American Enterprise Institute 1960-1965

(21-1)

Box   21  
American Political Science Association 1962-1965

(21-2a)

Box   21  
Atlantic Council of the United States 1964-1966

(21-2b)

Box   21  
Ba 1959-1965

(21-3)

Box   21  
Be-Bi 1947-1965

(21-4)

Box   21  
Bl-Bo 1949-1965

(21-5)

Box   21  
Bra-Bro 1954-1965

(21-6)

Box   21  
Bru-Bu 1952-1965

(21-7)

Box   21  
Brownell, Edmund B. 1949-1964

(21-8)

Box   21  
Brownell, Roy E. 1947-1965

(21-9)

Box   21  
Brownrigg, William 1946-1961

(21-10)

Box   21  
Ca 1947-1965

(21-11)

Box   21  
Ce-Ci 1960-1965

(21-12a)

Box   21  
Citizens Research Council of Michigan 1962-1966

(21-12b)

Box   21  
Citizens for Michigan 1959-1964

(21-13)

 
Civil Service
Box   21  
Michigan Civil Service Commission 1948-1965

(21-14)

Box   21  
Michigan State Employees Association 1954

(21-15a)

Box   21  
Michigan Civil Service Commission, Political Activity Advisory Committee 1961

(21-15b)

Box   21  
Class of 1920. Re reunions of the Class of 1920 of the U-M 1959-1960, 1964-1965

(21-16)

Box   21  
Clay, Lucius D. 1946-1965

(21-17)

Box   21  
Cl-Co 1960-1965

(21-18)

Box   21  
Coates, Charles B. 1952-1963

(21-19)

Box   21  
Cole, R. Taylor 1946-1965

(21-20)

Box   22  
Commission. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 1962-1965

(22-1)

Box   22  
Commission. Governor's Special Commission on Legislative Compensation 1965

(22-2)

Box   22  
Committee. Census Advisory Committee on State and Local Government 1959-1963 (2 folders)

(21-4; 21-5)

Box   22  
Committee. Cook Lecture Committee, University of Michigan Law School 1958-1964

(22-5)

Box   22  
Constitution. Michigan Constitutional Convention 1961-1965 (2 folders)

(22-6; 22-7)

Box   22  
Cr-Cu 1961-1965

(22-8)

Box   22  
Crow, Allen B. 1946-1961

(22-9)

Box   22  
Da-De 1949-1965

(22-10)

Box   22  
Detroit Committee on Foreign Relations 1960-1965

(22-11)

Box   22  
Detroit Economic Club

(22-17b)

Box   22  
DeWald, Frank K. 1960-1965

(22-12)

Box   22  
Di-Dj 1959-1964

(21-13)

Box   22  
Do-Du 1952-1965

(21-14)

Box   22  
Doctoral examinations and committees 1940-1967 (2 folders)

(22-15; 22-16)

Box   22  
Dryden Press 1952-1958

(22-17a)

Box   22  
Economic. Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty, Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs 1944-1963 (3 folders)

(22-18; 22-19; 22-20)

Box   23  
E 1948-1965

(23-1)

Box   23  
Fa-Fl 1946-1965

(23-2)

Box   23  
Fo-Fu 1946-1965

(23-3)

Box   23  
Faculty Club (proposed University of Michigan Faculty Club) 1956-1965 (5 folders)

(23-4 to 23-8)

Box   23  
Ford Foundation 1962-1963

(23-9)

Box   23  
Foreign Leader Program (U.S. State Dept.), Indian Election Commissioner 1964

(23-10a)

Box   23  
Foundation for Foreign Affairs, Inc. 1965

(23-10b)

Box   23  
Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge 1961-1964

(23-11)

Box   23  
Friedensburg, Ferdi 1956-1965

(23-12)

Box   23  
Ga-Gi 1961-1965

(23-13)

Box   23  
Gl-Go 1949-1965

(23-14)

Box   23  
Gr-Gu 1952-1965

(23-15)

Box   23  
German Decoration material 1956

(23-16)

Box   23  
Ha-Han 1945-1965

(23-17)

Box   23  
Har-Haz 1951-1965

(23-18)

Box   23  
He 1949-1965

(23-19)

Box   24  
Hi-Hof 1948-1965

(24-1)

Box   24  
Hol-How 1947-1965

(24-2)

Box   24  
Hu-Hy 1950-1965

(24-3)

Box   24  
Huvanandana, Malai 1947-1964

(24-4a)

Box   24  
Hurtig, Serge (International Political Science Association) 1961-1965

(24-4b)

Box   24  
I 1958-1964

(24-5)

Box   24  
Interior Department (U.S.) 1953

(24-6)

Box   24  
Intercultural Relations, University of Michigan Committee on 1950-1960

(24-7)

Box   24  
J 1949-1965

(24-8)

Box   24  
Judd, Dorothy 1946-1965

(24-9)

Box   24  
Ka 1952-1965

(24-10)

Box   24  
Ke 1947-1965

(24-11)

Box   24  
Ki-Ko 1950-1965

(24-12)

Box   24  
Kr-Ku 1947-1965

(24-13)

Box   24  
Kern, Paul J. 1945-1965

(24-14)

Box   24  
Kirkpatrick, Evron M. 1954-1965

(24-15)

Box   24  
La 1954-1965

(24-16)

Box   24  
Le 1955-1965

(24-17)

Box   24  
Li 1947-1968

(24-18)

Box   24  
Ll-Ly 1949-1965

(24-19)

Box   24  
Lane, John C.

(24-20)

Box   25  
Laves, Walter H.C. 1950-1962

(25-1)

Box   25  
Litchfield, Edward H. 1955-1965

(25-3)

Box   25  
Litchfield, Edward H. 1966-1968

(25-2)

Box   25  
Lieber. Franz Lieber Foundation 1955

(25-4)

Box   25  
Mac-Mah 1946-1967

(25-5)

Box   25  
Mai-May 1945-1968

(25-6)

Box   25  
Mc 1948-1965

(25-7)

Box   25  
Me 1959-1965

(25-8)

Box   25  
Meader, George 1946-1964

(25-9)

Box   25  
Menzel, Walter 1946-1960

(25-10a)

Box   25  
Mettger, H. Philip 1959-1965

(25-10b)

Box   25  
Mi 1955-1965

(25-11)

Box   25  
Midwest Political Science Association 1948-1965

(25-12)

Box   25  
Mo 1950-1965

(25-13)

Box   25  
Mu-My 1958-1965

(25-14)

Box   25  
National Civil Service 1949-1964

(25-15)

Box   25  
National Civil Service League, Committee on Employee Organization 1959-1960

(25-16)

 
National Municipal League
Box   25  
1946-1963

(25-18)

Box   25  
1963-1965 (2 folders)

(25-17; 25-19)

Box   26  
N 1950-1965

(26-1)

Box   26  
O 1952-1965

(26-2)

Box   26  
Pa-Pe 1947-1965

(26-3)

Box   26  
Pf-Pol 1947-1965

(26-4)

Box   26  
Pos-Pu 1954-1965

(26-5)

 
Pollock, James K
Box   26  
Distinguished Faculty Award 1959

(26-6a)

Box   26  
Faculty Research Projects 157 and 152

(26-6b)

Box   26  
Faculty Research Project 345 (accounts)

(26-6c)

 
Personal file
Box   26  
1927-1949

(26-7)

Box   26  
1950-1961

(26-8)

Box   26  
1960-1965

(26-9)

Box   26  
1934-1960

(26-10a)

Box   26  
James K. Pollock work with the war dept. during World War II

(26-10b)

Box   26  
James K. Pollock correspondence with students and others during World War II 1942-1945

(26-10c)

Box   26  
Q 1961-1962

(26-11)

Box   26  
Ra 1953-1965

(26-12)

Box   26  
Re-Ri 1949-1965

(26-13)

Box   26  
Rob 1949-1965

(26-14)

Box   26  
Roc-Ru 1946-1965

(26-15)

 
Reorganization of State Government, Advisory Committee on
Box   26  
1958-1962

(26-16)

Box   26  
1958, 1961

(26-17)

Box   26  
Republican Advisory Committee of Michigan 1960-1964

(26-18)

Box   26  
Romney, George 1962-1965

(26-19a)

Box   26  
Rumanian Trip 1958

(26-19b)

Box   26  
Sa 1959-1965

(26-20)

Box   26  
Scammon, Richard 1946-1965

(26-21)

Box   27  
Schaaf, C. Hart 1947-1965

(27-1)

Box   27  
Sch 1953-1965

(27-2)

Box   27  
Sco-Sey 1960-1965

(27-3)

Box   27  
Sh 1947-1965

(27-4)

Box   27  
Si-Sm 1946-1966

(27-5)

Box   27  
Sn-Sp 1959-1965

(27-6)

Box   27  
Staar, Richard F. 1952-1965

(27-7)

Box   27  
St 1957-1965

(27-8)

Box   27  
Su-Sz 1951-1965

(27-9)

 
Sesquicentennial Committee of the University of Michigan
Box   27  
1967

(27-10)

Box   27  
1964-1967 (2 folders)

(27-11; 27-12)

Box   27  
Ta-Th 1950-1965

(27-13)

Box   27  
Ti-Tu 1946-1965

(27-14)

Box   27  
U 1948-1965

(27-15)

Box   27  
V 1949-1965

(27-16)

 
Vandenberg (lectureship and proposed foreign policy center)
Box   27  
1951-1968

(27-17)

Box   27  
1951-1953 (2 folders)

(27-18; 27-19)

Box   27  
Vandenberg, Arthur H. 1946-1961

(27-20)

Box   27  
Van Nostrand and Co. 1946-1950

(27-20b)

Box   27  
Van Nostrand and Co. 1951-1963

(27-21)

Box   28  
Wa-Wal 1946-1965

(28-1)

Box   28  
Wan-Wat 1947-1965

(28-2)

Box   28  
We 1945-1965

(28-3)

Box   28  
Wh 1948-1965

(28-4)

Box   28  
Wi 1947-1965

(28-5)

Box   28  
Wo-Wu 1954-1965

(28-6)

Box   28  
Wilton Park (England) 1962-1966

(28-7a)

Box   28  
Wittwer, Konrad 1948-1965

(28-7b)

Box   28  
Y-Z 1961-1965

(28-7c)

 
1946-1968, 1966-1968 [subseries]
Box   28  
A-Amb 1962-1968

(28-8)

Box   28  
Ame-Az 1961-1968

(28-9)

Box   28  
American Political Science Association 1965-1967

(28-10)

Box   28  
Ba 1966-1968

(28-11)

Box   28  
Be-Bl 1966-1968

(28-12)

Box   28  
Bo-Br 1963-1968

(28-13)

Box   28  
Bu 1960-1968

(28-14)

Box   28  
Ca-Col 1966-1968

(28-15)

Box   28  
Com 1966-1968

(28-16)

Box   28  
Con-Cu 1966-1968

(28-17)

Box   28  
Committee on Distinguished University Professorships of the University of Michigan 1966-1967

(28-18)

Box   28  
D 1946-1968

(28-19)

 
Detroit Committee on Foreign Relations
Box   28  
1966-1969

(28-20)

Box   28  
1966-1968

(28-21)

Box   29  
E 1963-1968

(29-1)

Box   29  
F 1966-1968

(29-2)

Box   29  
Faculty Club of the U-M 1966-1968

(29-3)

Box   29  
G 1965-1968

(29-4)

Box   29  
Ha 1960-1968

(29-5)

Box   29  
He-Hy 1947-1968

(29-6)

Box   29  
I 1966-1968

(29-7a)

Box   29  
J 1966-1968

(29-7b)

Box   29  
Ka-Ke 1966-1968

(29-8)

Box   29  
Ki-Ky 1966-1968

(29-9)

Box   29  
L 1966-1968

(29-10)

Box   29  
Littell, Franklin 1966-1968

(29-11)

Box   29  
Ma-Me 1966-1968

(29-12)

Box   29  
Mi-My 1966-1968

(29-13)

Box   29  
N 1966-1968

(29-14)

Box   29  
O 1966-1968

(29-15)

 
Pollock, James K
Box   29  
Personal file 1966-1968

(29-16)

Box   29  
Personal file, biographical materials 1966-1968

(29-17)

Box   29  
Personal file, honorary degrees 1966-1968

(29-18a)

Box   29  
Central Porcupine Mines investments

(29-18b)

Box   29  
Introductory letters and addresses of Europeans 1927-1929

(29-18c)

Box   29  
Introductory letters and addresses of Germans 1928-1932

(29-18d)

Box   29  
P 1966-1968

(29-19a)

Box   29  
Q 1966-1968

(29-19b)

Box   29  
R 1966-1968

(29-20)

Box   29  
Sa-Sc 1966-1968

(29-21)

Box   30  
Se-Sh 1964-1968

(30-1)

Box   30  
Si-Sp 1966-1968

(30-2)

Box   30  
St-Su 1966-1968

(30-3)

Box   30  
T 1966-1968

(30-4)

Box   30  
U-V 1966-1968

(30-5)

Box   30  
Wa-Wh 1966-1968

(30-6)

Box   30  
Wi-Wy 1966-1968

(30-7)

Box   30  
World Health Foundation 1967-1968 (2 folders)

(30-8; 30-9)

Box   30  
X-Z 1966-1968

(30-10)

 
Organizational Affiliations and Professional Interests 1935-1968 [series] (7 linear feet)

Organizational Affiliations and Professional Interests (1935-1968; 7 linear ft.) is a topical file maintained by Pollock for his political science organizational involvement and other miscellaneous professional interests. Included are extensive files for the American Political Science Association, the Governmental Affairs Institute, and the International Political Science Association. Pollock had been a participant in the foundation of the IPSA in 1949, and served as its president from 1955 to 1958. Both the files of this organization and the correspondence between Pollock and its other leaders, particularly in Europe, provide insight into the varying concepts of political science in different countries and the practical uses to which it might be put. The researcher should note that there might be additional materials on these and other organizations in the Correspondence series.

 
American Political Science Association
Box   30  
1950-1951

(16-15)

Box   30  
1951-1952

(16-14)

Box   30  
1953-1954

(16-13)

Box   30  
Committee on Reorganization 1951-1952

(16-19)

Box   30  
Report of the Committee on Relations with Public Officials December 28, 1941

(16-16a)

Box   30  
Summary list of public service activities of political scientists rendered to governmental agencies 1935-1940, December 1940

(16-16b)

Box   30  
American Society for Public Administration, Conference of April 5-8, 1961

(16-20)

Box   30  
Applications for political science teaching fellows and assistants 1955-1958 (2 folders)

(16-17; 16-18)

 
Army
Box   30  
Dept. of the Army correspondence 1946-1949

(16-21)

Box   30  
United States Army War College 1956-1957

(16-22)

Box   30  
United States Army War College 1957

(16-23)

Box   17  
Atomic energy: pro-seminar entitled, "Public Policy and Atomic Energy," 1950

(17-1)

Box   17  
Batt Committee: Advisory Committee on the Problems of the American Public Service of the National Planning Association 1954-1955

(17-2a)

Box   17  
Bicentennial Conference on Federalism, Columbia University January 1954

(17-2b)

Box   17  
Brookings Institution-Duke University Conference on International Relations 1949

(17-2c)

Box   17  
Brookings Institution. Seminar on Problems in U.S. Foreign Policy

(17-5)

 
Commission on American Government Personnel
Box   17  
General 1952-1953

(17-3)

Box   17  
Paper by Thomas S. Francis entitled, "A Statistical Analysis of Public Service Personnel" undated, circa 1953

(17-4)

Box   17  
Credit Control. James K. Pollock statement before the Congressional Subcommittee on General Credit Control and Debt Management of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report March 21, 1952

(17-7)

Box   17  
Detroit Committee on Foreign Relations (Council of Foreign Relations) 1946-1949

(17-8)

Box   17  
Faculty. "The Evaluation of Faculty Services" Report of a Committee of the University of Michigan Chapter of the AAUP

(17-9)

Box   17  
Ford Foundation 1951-1954

(17-10)

Box   17  
Ford Foundation 1952-1953

(17-11)

 
Germany
Box   17  
Correspondence with W. H. Chamberlain, E. A. Mowrer and others regarding Germany 1947-1948

(17-12a)

Box   17  
German election summer 1954

(17-12b)

Box   17  
Residential Seminar on World Politics entitled "The Impact of the New Germany"

(17-6)

 
Governmental Affairs Institute
Box   17  
1950-1951

(17-21)

Box   17  
1952-1953

(17-19)

Box   17  
1954-1956

(17-18)

Box   17  
1956

(17-17)

Box   17  
1957

(17-16)

Box   17  
1956-1958

(17-14)

Box   17  
1957-1959

(17-13)

Box   17  
1958-1959

(17-15)

Box   17  
Japanese Legislative Services Delegation June 1951

(17-20)

Box   31  
1959-1965

(31-5)

Box   31  
1965-1966

(31-8)

Box   31  
1966

(31-4)

Box   31  
1967

(31-3)

Box   31  
1968

(31-2)

Box   31  
Board meeting 1967

(31-1)

Box   31  
"The World Voter" project 1967-1968

(31-6)

Box   31  
Foreign Leader Exchange Program

(31-7)

 
Agenda books
Box   31  
1959-1961

(31-10a)

Box   31  
1962-1964

(31-9)

Box   31  
Institute for Social Studies at the Hague 1953-1954

(31-10b)

Box   31  
Institute of World Affairs, Riverside, California 1941

(31-10c)

Box   31  
Institute on Manpower Utilization and Government Personnel 1951

(31-10d)

 
International Political Science Association
Box   31  
Circular letters 1953-1955

(31-11)

Box   31  
Stockholm meeting 1955 (4 folders)

(31-12 to 31-15)

Box   31  
Correspondence 1953-1955

(31-16)

Box   31  
Correspondence 1955-1956

(31-17)

Box   31  
Correspondence with John Goormaghtigh 1955-1956

(31-18)

Box   32  
Correspondence 1950-1952

(32-1)

Box   32  
Zurich Conference 1950

(32-2)

Box   32  
Hague Conference 1952

(32-3)

Box   32  
Florence Round Table and Meeting 1954

(32-4)

Box   32  
Round Table 1956

(32-5)

Box   32  
Rome Congress 1958

(32-6)

 
Ann Arbor Round Table 1960
Box   32  
General

(32-7)

Box   32  
Correspondence (arranged alphabetically) (3 folders)

(32-8; 32-9; 32-10)

Box   32  
Executive Committee Meeting

(32-11)

Box   32  
Miscellaneous

(32-12)

Box   32  
Pittsburgh Round Table 1957

(32-13)

Box   32  
Correspondence with Rockefeller Foundation 1956-1957

(32-14a)

Box   32  
Correspondence with Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1956

(32-14b)

Box   32  
Correspondence with United Nations Technical Assistance Administration regarding the Local Government Research Project 1957-1958

(32-15)

Box   32  
UNESCO correspondence 1957-1959

(32-16a)

Box   32  
General correspondence 1958

(32-16b)

 
Correspondence with John Goormaghtigh
Box   32  
1957

(32-19)

Box   32  
1957-1958

(32-18)

Box   32  
1958-1960

(32-17)

Box   32  
Correspondence with Lilly Endowment 1955-1956

(32-20a)

Box   32  
Correspondence with Earhart Foundation 1956

(32-20b)

Box   33  
Executive Committee material
Box   33  
1958-1960

(33-1)

Box   33  
1955-1958 (2 folders)

(33-2; 32-3)

Box   33  
1955-1961

(32-4)

Box   33  
Correspondence with Ford Foundation 1957-1958

(33-5)

Box   33  
Addresses of members and membership lists

(33-6)

Box   33  
Correspondence with Asia Foundation 1957-1958

(33-7a)

Box   33  
Correspondence with Carnegie Corporation 1955-1956

(33-7b)

Box   33  
Budget material 1956-1959

(33-8)

Box   33  
Constitution and other documents

(33-9a)

Box   33  
Creole Foundation material 1958

(33-9b)

Box   33  
Minutes of Council meetings 1955-1961

(33-10)

Box   33  
Circular letters 1955-1957

(33-13)

Box   33  
Circular letters 1958-1960

(33-12)

Box   33  
Circular letters 1958-1962

(33-11)

Box   18  
Michigan Joint Legislative Committee on Reorganization of the State Government, Citizens Advisory Committee to
Box   18  
1948, 1950-1952

(18-11)

Box   18  
1950-1951

(18-7)

Box   18  
1950-1952 (2 folders)

(18-9; 18-10)

Box   18  
Recommendations 1951

(18-8a)

Box   18  
Michigan Mutual Liability Company (sponsor of James K. Pollock's wartime radio broadcasts) 1941-1943

(18-8b)

Box   18  
Milan, International Conference on Underdeveloped Areas 1954

(18-12a)

Box   18  
Miscellaneous

(18-12b)

Box   18  
Moyco Press 1944-1946

(18-12c)

Box   18  
National War College 1946-1949

(18-16a)

Box   18  
"Nuffield College Report," 1941-1944

(18-16b)

 
Occupied Areas. Commission on the Occupied Areas-American Council on Education
Box   18  
1948-1951 (2 folders)

(18-17; 18-19)

Box   18  
1949-1950

(18-18)

Box   18  
Minutes 1948-1951

(18-20)

Box   19  
1947-1950

(19-1)

Box   19  
Harold E. Snyder 1948-1951

(19-2)

Box   19  
Occupied Countries, Advisory Committee on Cultural and Educational Relations with the Occupied Countries-American Council on Education 1949

(19-4)

Box   19  
Outside Employment, University of Michigan Committee on 1954

(19-5a)

Box   19  
Panel on Governmental Affairs and Social Science 1950

(19-5b)

Box   19  
Pennsylvania Ambassador 1952

(19-6)

Box   19  
Political Behavior Studies 1949-1950

(19-7a)

Box   19  
Presidential Inauguration 1953

(19-7b)

Box   19  
Presidential Election Study of 1952, 1949-1952

(19-8)

 
Salaries, Faculty
Box   19  
1941-1943, 1946

(19-10)

Box   19  
1947-1948

(19-9)

Box   19  
Social Sciences, proposed Institute of, U-M 1941-1943

(19-11)

Box   19  
Social Science Research Council, Conference on Political Behavior August 1949

(19-12)

Box   19  
Stanford University, James K. Pollock teaching at 1947

(19-12b)

Box   19  
Subversive organization/House Un-American Activities Committee 1953

(19-12c)

Box   19  
United States Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division (3 folders)

(19-17; 19-18; 19-19)

 
University of Michigan
Box   19  
Advisory Board on University Policies 1943-1944

(19-13)

Box   20  
Economic Status of the Faculty, reports prepared by the U-M Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs 1945 (6 folders)

(20-2; 20-3; 20-4; 20-5; 20-6; 20-7)

 
Lecture Committee
Box   20  
1941-1952

(20-17)

Box   20  
1953

(20-16)

Box   20  
1954

(20-15)

Box   20  
1955

(20-14)

Box   20  
1956-1957

(20-12)

Box   20  
1957-1961

(20-13)

Box   20  
Research Club 1943-1954

(20-11)

Box   20  
Salary and Wage Adjustments 1943-1944

(20-1)

 
Research Files 1920s-1960 [series] (4 linear feet)

Research Files (1920s-1960; 4 linear ft.) is the title given to a group of research files on topics pertaining to Michigan politics and government and state election studies. This series does not represent the total of Pollock's research interests as other materials will be found in the European Election Studies series described below.

 
Government and Politics [subseries]
Box   33  
Unicameral state legislatures 1934-1960

(33-14)

Box   33  
Administrative organization in Michigan 1936, 1941-1942, 1954

(33-15)

Box   33  
Michigan civil service 1960-1968

(33-16)

Box   33  
Michigan Civil Service Study Commission 1934-1960

(include James K. Pollock speeches and written contributions)

(33-17)

Box   33  
Michigan Civil Service Study Commission 1940-1960

(include James K. Pollock speeches and written contributions)

(33-18)

Box   34  
American political parties 1920s-1930s

(34-1)

Box   34  
National party chairmen 1926 (2 folders)

(34-2; 34-3)

Box   34  
National party chairmen-manuscript of James K. Pollock study 1926

(34-4)

Box   34  
National Labor Relations Board elections at Ford Motor Company 1941

(34-5)

Box   34  
Voting behavior in America, pre-1950

(34-6)

Box   34  
Absentee voting (include James K. Pollock manuscript)

(34-7)

Box   34  
Initiative and referendum-general material

(34-8)

Box   34  
Initiative and referendum in Michigan 1940 (3 folders)

(34-9; 34-10; 34-11)

 
Campaign expenditure regulation (include James K. Pollock testimony given in 1952)
Box   34  
1950-1961

(34-12)

Box   34  
1928-1952

(34-13)

Box   34  
1936-1963

(34-14)

 
Federal Corrupt Practices Act
Box   35  
General 1928

(35-7)

Box   35  
General 1929

(35-6)

Box   35  
General 1930-1940 (3 folders)

(35-1; 35-2; 35-3)

Box   35  
General 1940-1942

(35-5)

Box   35  
Nye Committee hearings 1931

(35-4)

Box   35  
18-year old vote 1942-1954

(35-8)

 
Michigan elections [subseries]
Box   35  
Population and electorate for Michigan by counties 1928-1940

(35-9)

Box   35  
Participation in Michigan elections 1928-1940

(35-10)

 
Michigan direct primary
Box   35  
1941-1942 (3 folders)

(35-11; 35-13; 35-16)

Box   35  
1941-1942

(seminar paper)

(35-12)

Box   35  
Data sheets 1941-1942 (2 folders)

(35-14; 35-17)

Box   35  
"The Direct Primary in Michigan, 1909-1938" James K. Pollock manuscript, ca. 1941-1942

(35-15)

Box   36  
Michigan parties and nominations (student papers, etc.) 1938-1940

(36-1)

Box   36  
Party organization in Michigan 1939-1941

(36-2)

Box   36  
Party organization in Michigan (student papers) 1939-1941

(36-3)

Box   36  
Data sheets re Michigan elections 1908-1935 (3 folders)

(36-4; 36-6; 36-7)

Box   36  
Master data tape re Michigan elections 1908-1935

(36-5)

 
Election data 1910-1934

(arranged by name of county)

Box   36  
Alcona

(36-8)

Box   36  
Alger

(36-9)

Box   36  
Alpena

(36-10)

Box   36  
Calhoun

(36-11)

Box   36  
Cass

(36-12)

Box   36  
Genesee

(36-13)

Box   36  
Ingham

(36-14)

Box   36  
Kalamazoo

(36-15)

Box   36  
Kent

(36-16)

Box   36  
Lenawee

(36-17)

Box   36  
Macomb

(36-18)

Box   36  
Muskegon

(36-19)

Box   36  
Oakland

(36-20)

Box   37  
Saginaw

(37-1)

Box   37  
St. Clair

(37-2)

Box   37  
Washtenaw

(37-3)

Box   37  
Wayne

(37-4)

 
Election data-Michigan State Representatives
Box   37  
1922

(37-5)

Box   37  
1924

(37-6)

Box   37  
1926

(37-7)

Box   37  
1928

(37-8)

Box   37  
1930

(37-9)

Box   37  
1932

(37-10)

Box   37  
1934

(37-11)

 
Election data-Michigan State Senators
Box   37  
1910-1934

(37-12)

Box   37  
1922

(37-14)

Box   37  
1924

(37-15)

Box   37  
1926

(37-16)

Box   37  
1928

(37-17)

Box   37  
1930

(37-18)

Box   37  
1932

(37-19)

Box   37  
1934

(37-20)

Box   37  
Election data-Circuit Court Judges 1911-1935

(37-13)

Box   37  
Election data-Miscellaneous

(37-21)

Box   37  
James K. Pollock paper: "Voting Behavior in Ann Arbor"

(37-22)

Box   37  
Pollock-Eldersveld paper: "Michigan Politics in Transition" (1930-1940)

(37-23)

Box   37  
Michigan Election Commission 1931 (2 folders)

(37-25; 37-26)

Box   37  
Michigan Election Commission 1929

(37-27)

 
Governmental Public Service 1948-1968 [series] (18 linear feet)

James K. Pollock was widely respected for his knowledge of the workings of government on both the state and national level. Because of that he was selected to work on specific problems of government or with specific agencies. Files from these activities, most of which took place after World War II, have been grouped together in the series, Governmental Public Service (1948-1968; 18 linear ft.). This series does not include Pollock's work in Germany after the war. Nor does it include his service with the Michigan Civil Service Study Commission which was a series of files donated to the library many years prior to the major accessioning of Pollock papers in 1969. The subseries under Governmental Public Service consist of Hoover Commission, the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, the Michigan Constitutional Convention of 1962-1963, the Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, and the Governor's Special Commission on Legislative Compensation. There is also a miscellaneous topical subseries on issues of congressional organization and reapportionment, among other issues.

 
Hoover Commission 1948-1949 [subseries]
Box   38  
Personnel directory

(38-1)

 
Correspondence
Box   38  
Acheson, Dean

(38-2a)

Box   38  
Aiken, George D.

(38-2b)

Box   38  
Brassor, Frances P.

(38-3)

Box   38  
Brown, Clarence J.

(38-4a)

Box   38  
Fleming, Arthur S.

(38-4b)

Box   38  
Forrestal, James

(38-4c)

Box   38  
Hoover, Herbert

(38-5)

Box   38  
Kennedy, Joseph P.

(38-6a)

Box   38  
Manasco, Carter

(38-6b)

Box   38  
McClellan, John L.

(38-6c)

Box   38  
Mead, George H.

(38-6d)

Box   38  
Mitchell, Sidney A.

(38-6e)

Box   38  
Rowe, James, Jr.

(38-7a)

Box   38  
Vandenberg, Arthur H.

(38-7b)

Box   38  
General Correspondence, A-L

(38-8)

Box   38  
General Correspondence, K-Z

(38-9)

 
Topical file I
Box   38  
Appropriation allotment material 1948-1949

(38-10)

Box   38  
Conference on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government April 24-26, 1948

(38-11)

Box   38  
Congressional material

(38-12)

Box   38  
Corporations

(38-13a)

Box   38  
District of Columbia

(38-13b)

Box   38  
Council of Economic Advisers

(38-13c)

Box   38  
Committee on Expenditures

(38-13d)

Box   38  
Federal Security Agency

(38-14a)

Box   38  
Printing; Procedures

(38-14b)

Box   38  
Task Force Reports

(38-14c)

Box   38  
Public Relations activities

(38-15a)

Box   38  
Status reports 1948-1949

(38-15b)

Box   38  
Submissions to Congress

(38-16a)

Box   38  
Submissions to Commission

(38-16b)

Box   38  
Clippings (3 folders)

(38-17; 38-18; 38-19)

 
Topical File II
Box   38  
Agendas, notes, and papers (2 folders)

(38-20; 38-21)

Box   39  
Agendas, notes, and papers

(39-1)

Box   39  
Vouchers

(39-2)

Box   39  
Pollock materials (2 folders)

(39-3; 39-4)

Box   39  
Federal Works Agency (2 folders)

(39-5; 39-6)

Box   39  
Housing

(39-7)

Box   39  
Information program

(39-8a)

Box   39  
Justice Department

(39-8b)

Box   39  
Memoranda

(39-8c)

Box   39  
Memoranda (Pollock-Heady) 1948-1949

(39-9)

Box   39  
Minutes 1947-1949

(39-10)

Box   39  
Miscellanea

(39-11)

Box   39  
Nomenclature 1948

(39-12a)

Box   39  
Press Conferences 1948

(39-12b)

Box   39  
Political Scientists in Commission 1949

(39-12c)

Box   39  
Plans and Suggestion

(39-13)

Box   39  
Press releases 1947-1948 (2 folders)

(39-14; 39-15)

 
Topical file III
 
Agriculture Committee
Box   39  
Drafts of reports 1948

(39-16)

Box   39  
General 1948 (2 folders)

(39-17; 39-18)

Box   39  
Budgeting and Accounting 1948-1949

(39-19)

 
Business Enterprises in Governmental Reform
Box   40  
General (4 folders)

(40-1; 40-2; 40-4; 40-6)

Box   40  
Draft of commission report February 8, 1949

(40-3)

Box   40  
Draft report on Federal Lending, Guarantee and Insurance Agencies December 9, 1948

(40-5)

 
Commerce Department Reform
Box   40  
1949

(40-7)

Box   40  
1948

(include transportation)

(40-8)

Box   40  
1947-1948

(include National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics)

(40-9)

Box   40  
General Services Committee (2 folders)

(40-10; 40-11)

 
Foreign Affairs Committee
Box   40  
General

(40-12)

Box   40  
Draft of commission report

(40-13)

Box   40  
1948

(40-14)

 
General Management of Executive Branch
Box   40  
Overall report

(40-15)

Box   40  
Draft report January 5, 1949

(40-16)

Box   40  
Draft report January 13, 1949 (2 folders)

(40-17; 40-18)

Box   40  
1948-1949

(40-19)

Box   40  
General

(40-20)

Box   41  
General (3 folders)

(41-1; 41-2; 41-3)

 
Interior (Dept. of)
Box   41  
Public Works

(41-4)

Box   41  
Natural Resources (3 folders)

(41-5; 41-6; 41-7)

Box   41  
Labor (Dept. of)

(41-8)

Box   41  
Governmental Medical Services (2 folders)

(41-9; 41-10)

Box   41  
National Security Organization

(41-11)

 
Personnel Management
Box   41  
General (4 folders)

(41-12; 41-13; 41-14; 41-15)

Box   41  
Project on Federal Personnel Management, preliminary report (2 folders)

(41-16; 41-17)

Box   41  
Post Office

(41-18)

Box   42  
Independent Regulatory Agencies

(42-1)

Box   42  
Transport Regulatory Commission

(42-2)

 
Federal-State Relations
Box   42  
Papers include report on "The Developmental Powers in the United States"

(42-3)

Box   42  
General

(42-4)

Box   42  
Bane Report

(42-5)

 
Overseas Administration
Box   42  
General

(42-6)

Box   42  
"Federal Activities in the Territories"

(42-7)

Box   42  
Research in the Federal Government

(42-8)

Box   42  
Public Welfare-Social Security, Education (2 folders)

(42-9; 42-10)

Box   42  
Indian Affairs

(42-11)

Box   42  
Treasury Department

(42-12)

Box   42  
Veterans Administration

(42-13)

 
Concluding Report
Box   42  
Published copies

(42-14)

Box   42  
Galley proofs (4 folders)

(42-15; 42-16; 42-17; 42-18)

Box   43  
Galley proofs (6 folders)

(43-1 to 43-6)

 
Miscellaneous
Box   43  
History of Federal Reorganization 1920-1947

(43-7)

Box   43  
Reports, comments, bills, and miscellanea re HC 1948-1949 (4 folders)

(43-8 to 43-11)

Box   43  
Lecture notes: "The Executive in Policy Formation," 1949

(43-12)

Box   43  
Reports relating to the Hoover Commission

(include Commerce Dept. section of the report)

(43-13)

Box   43  
Excerpts from Pimlott manuscript, "Public Relations in Government"

(43-14)

Box   43  
Miscellaneous

(43-15)

Box   43  
Notes for a speech on the HC at the Detroit Economic Club 1949

(43-16)

Box   43  
News clippings and miscellaneous

(43-17)

Box   43  
Outline and text of James K. Pollock's speech on the HC delivered to the American Society for Public Administration March 12, 1948

(43-18)

Box   43  
Hoover Commission-Administrative Services 1948-1949

(43-19)

Box   43  
Speeches and speech materials

(43-20)

 
Citizens for the Hoover Report
Box   44  
1949-1951

(44-9a)

Box   44  
1949-1952

(44-10a)

Box   44  
1950

(4-3a)

Box   44  
1950-1952 (3 folders)

(44-1a; 44-4a; 44-5a)

Box   44  
1952

(44-2a)

Box   44  
May 1950-September 1951

(44-6a)

Box   44  
October 1, 1951-February 18, 1952

(44-7a)

Box   44  
February 21, 1952-July 6, 1952

(44-8a)

Box   44  
Miscellaneous (2 folders)

(44-11a; 44-19)

Box   44  
1950

(include speeches by Marx Leva, Asst. Sec. of Defense)

(44-12)

Box   44  
Speeches before U.S. Congress 1949-1952

(44-13)

Box   44  
Speeches before U.S. Congress 1952 (2 folders)

(44-14; 44-15)

Box   44  
James K. Pollock speeches and speech material

(44-16)

Box   44  
James K. Pollock speeches and materials on Overseas Administration

(44-17)

Box   44  
Proposed bills relating to Hoover Report 1951

(44-18)

 
State and Local Chairmen correspondence
Box   44  
1950-1952

(44-1b)

Box   44  
1952

(44-2b)

Box   44  
Circular letters 1950

(44-3b)

Box   44  
Washington Watch Dogs (incomplete) 1950-1952

(44-5b)

 
News releases
Box   44  
May 1950-September 1951

(44-6b)

Box   44  
October 1, 1951-February 18, 1952

(44-7b)

Box   44  
February 21, 1952-July 6, 1952

(44-8b)

Box   44  
Speakers Bureau material

(44-9b)

Box   44  
Publications (Reorganization News, Committee Reporter)

(44-10b)

Box   44  
Progress reports

(44-11b)

Box   44  
Miscellanea 1948-1952

(44-20)

Box   44  
Clippings re Hoover Report

(44-21)

 
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations [subseries]
 
1959-1961
Box   45  
Agendas 1960-1961

(45-1a)

Box   45  
Appointments (staff) 1959-1962

(45-1b)

Box   45  
Bane, Frank. Correspondence 1959-1962, 1966

(45-3)

Box   45  
Briefing papers 1959-1961

(45-4)

 
Census Advisory Committee
Box   45  
General

(45-19)

Box   45  
1960

(45-20)

Box   45  
Colman, William G. Correspondence 1960-1961 (2 folders)

(45-5; 45-6)

Box   45  
Commissioners material

(45-7a)

Box   45  
Correspondence (General) 1959-1961

(45-7b)

Box   45  
Department of Urban Affairs subcommittee 1961

(45-2)

 
Docket books
Box   45  
May 25, 1960

(45-12)

Box   45  
December 9-10, 1960

(45-11)

Box   45  
April 27-28, 1961

(45-10)

Box   45  
June 15-16, 1961

(45-9a)

Box   45  
September 14-15, 1961

(45-9b)

Box   45  
November 30-December 1, 1961

(45-8)

Box   45  
Manvel, Allen D. Correspondence 1961

(45-15a)

Box   45  
Minutes of Meetings 1959-1961

(45-13)

Box   45  
Miscellaneous 1959-1961

(45-14)

Box   45  
Newsletter 1960-1961

(45-15b)

Box   45  
North Carolina Seminar December 1960

(45-16a)

Box   45  
Personnel Records 1959

(45-16b)

Box   45  
Port of New York Authority case 1960

(45-16c)

Box   45  
Report of January 31, 1960

(45-17a)

Box   45  
Speech materials (James K. Pollock)

(45-17b)

Box   45  
Speeches (James K. Pollock)

(45-18)

Box   45  
Travel vouchers and statements (James K. Pollock)

(45-17c)

 
Draft Reports
Box   46  
Investment of Idle Cash Balances by Local Units of Government 1960

(46-1)

Box   46  
Modification of Federal Grants-in-Aid for Public Health Services 1960

(46-2)

Box   46  
Periodic Congressional Reassessment of Federal Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments 1960

(46-3)

Box   46  
State Constitutional and Statutory Restrictions on Local Government Debt 1960

(46-5)

Box   46  
Intergovernmental Responsibilities with Respect to Mass Transportation Facilities and Services in Metropolitan Areas 1961

(46-7)

Box   46  
Governmental Structure, Organization and Planning in Metropolitan Areas 1961

(46-8)

Box   46  
Coordination of State and Federal Inheritance, Estate and Gift Taxes 1960

(46-9)

Box   46  
Periodic Congressional Reassessment of Federal Grants-in Aid to State and Local Governments 1960

(46-10)

Box   46  
Periodic Congressional Reassessment of Federal Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments 1961

(46-11)

Box   46  
Modification of Federal Grants-in-Aid for Public Health Services 1960

(46-12)

Box   46  
Investment of Idle Cash Balances by State and Local Government 1960

(46-13)

 
1962-1968
Box   46  
Correspondence with William G. Colman 1962-1968

(46-14)

 
Circular Correspondence
Box   46  
October 1962-July 1963

(46-15)

Box   46  
October 1963-December 1963

(46-16)

Box   46  
January 1964-September 1964

(46-17)

Box   46  
October 1964, December 1964

(46-18)

Box   47  
January 1965-March 1965

(47-1)

Box   47  
April 1965-August 1965

(47-2)

Box   47  
September 1965-December 1965

(47-3)

Box   47  
January 1966-February 1966

(47-4)

Box   47  
March 1966-April 1966

(47-5)

Box   47  
May 1966-June 1966

(47-6)

Box   47  
July 1966-September 1966

(47-7)

Box   47  
October 1966

(47-8)

Box   47  
November 1966-December 1966

(47-9)

Box   47  
January 1967-May 1967

(47-10)

Box   47  
June 1967-September 1967

(47-11)

Box   47  
October 1967

(47-12)

Box   47  
November 1967-December 1967

(47-13)

Box   47  
January 1968-April 1968

(47-14)

Box   47  
May 1968-June 1968

(47-15)

Box   47  
July 1968

(47-16)

Box   47  
August 1968-October 1968

(47-17)

Box   47  
News releases and speeches of Sen. Edmund Muskie 1962-1966

(47-18)

Box   47  
Reports 1966-1968

(47-19)

Box   47  
Bibliographies and accession lists 1963-1968

(47-20)

Box   47  
Miscellanea

(47-21)

Box   48  
Docket Book September 20, 1968

(48-1)

Box   48  
Draft report: Intergovernmental Problems in Medicaid 1968

(48-2)

Box   48  
Miscellaneous speeches and statements (2 folders)

(48-3; 48-4)

 
Michigan Constitutional Convention [subseries]

The subseries of Constitutional Convention papers include official reports, research papers and accounts of the deliberations. There are also extensive clipping files, correspondence and material relating to the selling of the constitution to the citizenry of Michigan.

 
Topical Files
Box   48  
AFL-CIO material

(48-6)

Box   48  
AFL-CIO material; Michigan AFL-CIO News 1961-1962

(48-7)

Box   48  
Appointment material

(48-8)

Box   48  
Chamber of Commerce material

(48-9a)

Box   48  
Civil Service material

(48-9b)

Box   48  
Committee for a Sound Constitution

(48-10a)

Box   48  
Conservation material

(48-10b)

Box   48  
Declaration of Rights materials (4 folders)

(48-11; 48-12; 48-13; 48-14)

Box   48  
Delegates directories

(48-15a)

Box   48  
Delegates Column December 21, 1961-May 2, 1962

(48-15b)

Box   48  
Education material

(48-16)

Box   48  
Elections material

(48-17)

Box   48  
Emerging Problems Committee

(48-18)

Box   48  
Executive Branch Committee (2 folders)

(48-19; 48-20)

Box   49  
Executive Branch Committee (4 folders)

(49-1; 49-2; 49-3; 49-4)

Box   49  
Fiscal Interests material

(49-5a)

Box   49  
Gambling and Entertainment material

(49-5b)

Box   49  
Government (miscellaneous)

(49-6a)

Box   49  
Highways and Automobiles material

(49-6b)

Box   49  
Internal Convention Elections and Preparation data

(49-6c)

Box   49  
Judicial Branch Committee

(49-7a)

Box   49  
Judicial Interests material

(49-7b)

Box   49  
Justice of the Peace material

(49-8a)

Box   49  
League of Women Voters

(49-8b)

Box   49  
Legislative Organization Committee (7 folders)

(49-9 to 49-15)

Box   49  
Library Associations material

(49-16a)

Box   49  
Local Government material (2 folders)

(49-16b; 49-18)

Box   49  
Mental Health, Social Welfare, Physical Disability material

(49-16c)

Box   49  
Michigan Council of College Presidents

(49-17)

Box   49  
Michigan Education Association material

(49-19b)

Box   49  
Michigan Farm Bureau material

(49-19a)

Box   49  
Michigan Manufacturers Association material

(49-20)

Box   50  
Michigan Township Officials material

(50-1a)

Box   50  
Natural Gas material

(50-1b)

Box   50  
Political Party material

(50-2)

Box   50  
Property Taxation material

(50-1c)

Box   50  
Public Officers and Employment material (3 folders)

(50-3; 50-4; 50-5)

Box   50  
Rights, Suffrage and Election Interests material

(50-6)

Box   50  
Religious Interests material

(50-7a)

 
Working/Research Files
Box   50  
Amendments (miscellaneous)

(50-7c)

Box   50  
Michigan Con-Con Studies 1961 (3 folders)

(50-8; 50-9; 50-10)

Box   50  
Citizens Advisory Committee Report 1961

(50-11)

Box   50  
Background of the convention

(50-12)

Box   50  
Composition of the convention

(50-13)

Box   50  
Committees, material on

(50-14a)

Box   50  
Analysis of Convention Action

(50-14b)

Box   50  
Pollock campaign and election materials

(50-15)

Box   50  
Style and Drafting, rules and procedural data

(50-16)

Box   50  
Calendars and work schedules (2 folders)

(50-17; 50-18)

Box   50  
"Third Reading"

(50-19)

Box   50  
Weekly Con-Con Reviews

(50-20)

Box   50  
Weekly Delegates' Report

(50-21)

Box   50  
Clippings (miscellaneous)

(50-22)

Box   51  
Clippings-Ann Arbor News

(51-1)

Box   51  
Clippings-James K. Pollock

(51-2)

Box   51  
James K. Pollock Saturday Morning Seminars 1961-1962 (3 folders)

(51-3; 51-4; 51-5)

Box   51  
Correspondence May 1961-December 1961

(51-6)

Box   51  
Correspondence January 1962-March 1962

(51-7)

Box   51  
Correspondence April 1962-May 1962

(51-8)

Box   51  
Miscellanea

(51-9)

Box   51  
James K. Pollock speeches and remarks

(51-10)

Box   51  
James K. Pollock Convention diary

(51-12)

 
Action Journal
Box   51  
Committee on Legislative Organization

(51-13)

Box   51  
Committee on Declaration of Rights, Suffrage and Elections

(51-14)

Box   51  
Committee on Executive Branch

(51-16)

Box   51  
Miscellanea 1962

(51-15)

Box   51  
Bibliographies

(51-17)

Box   51  
Research folder no. 1. U.S. Supreme Court Case: Baker v Carr 1962

(51-18)

Box   51  
Research folders nos. 2-3 (3 folders)

(51-19; 51-20; 51-21)

Box   52  
Research folder no. 4

(52-1)

Box   52  
Citizens Research Council of Michigan

(52-2)

Box   52  
Press releases (2 folders)

(52-2; 52-3)

Box   52  
Citizens Research Council Analysis of Proposed Constitution

(52-5)

Box   52  
Michigan Supreme Court case: Scholle v Hare and Beadle

(52-6)

Box   52  
Correspondence re James K. Pollock's paper "Making Michigan's New Constitution" 1963

(52-7)

Box   52  
Late papers 1962-1963

(52-8)

Box   52  
Press releases concerning passage of new constitution

(52-10)

Box   52  
Papers concerning passage of new constitution

(52-11)

Box   52  
Miscellanea (3 folders)

(52-12; 52-13; 52-20)

Box   52  
James K. Pollock speeches and outlines (3 folders)

(52-14; 52-15; 52-16)

Box   52  
Excerpts from the Con-Con Record

(52-17)

Box   52  
Con-Con Research papers 1, 5, 7

(52-18)

Box   52  
James K. Pollock paper: "Making Michigan's New Constitution"

(52-19)

Box   53  
Citizens Research Council reports on the proposed constitution June 1962, August 1962

(53-1)

Box   53  
Miscellaneous papers (2 folders)

(52-2; 52-3)

 
Citizens Conference on State Legislatures [subseries]
 
Correspondence
Box   53  
1965

(53-8)

Box   53  
January 1966-June 1966

(53-7)

Box   53  
July 1966-December 1966

(53-6)

Box   53  
1967

(53-5)

Box   53  
1968

(53-6)

Box   53  
Newsletters 1966-1968

(53-9)

Box   53  
Information bulletins 1967-1968

(53-10)

Box   53  
Research memoranda 1967-1968

(53-11)

Box   53  
Trustees handbook 1965

(53-12)

Box   53  
Organizational, financial and personnel data 1965-1967

(53-13)

Box   53  
Information on meetings 1966

(53-14)

Box   53  
Handbook on Trustees meeting 1967

(53-15)

Box   53  
Meeting of November 30, 1966

(53-16)

Box   53  
Meeting of September 7-8, 1967

(53-17)

Box   53  
Meeting of February 14-15, 1968

(53-18)

Box   53  
Meeting of May 22-23, 1968

(53-19)

Box   53  
Proposal to Kellogg Foundation August 9, 1968

(53-20)

Box   54  
Research reports (3 folders)

(54-1; 54-2; 54-3)

Box   54  
Selected Bibliography on State Legislatures June 1968

(54-4)

Box   54  
American Assembly conference: "State Legislatures in American Politics 1966

(54-5)

Box   54  
Miscellaneous speeches and articles on state government 1965-1967

(54-6; 54-7)

Box   54  
Miscellaneous pamphlets and brochures on state government

(54-8)

Box   54  
American Assembly, Colorado meeting December 1-4, 1966

(54-12)

Box   54  
Conference on Comparative Research in State Politics August 1966 (2 folders)

(54-13; 54-14)

 
Governor's Special Commission on Legislative Compensation [subseries]
Box   54  
1965-1966 (3 folders)

(54-18; 54-19; 54-20)

Box   55  
Report on Legislative Compensation in Colorado and Indiana 1965

(55-1)

Box   55  
Report of Legislative Service Bureau (2 volumes0

(55-2; 55-3)

Box   55  
Report-1st draft 1966

(55-4)

Box   55  
Report-2nd draft 1966

(55-5)

Box   55  
Final report and excerpts 1966

(55-6)

 
Congressional organization, reapportionment, other issues [subseries]
Box   55  
Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress 1965

(55-11)

Box   55  
Legislative reapportionment (national) (4 folders)

(55-12; 55-13; 55-14; 55-15)

 
Legislative reapportionment (states)
Box   55  
General

(55-16)

Box   55  
Ohio

(55-17)

Box   55  
Michigan 1964-1965 (3 folders)

(55-18; 55-19; 55-20)

 
Campaign Finance
Box   55  
James K. Pollock article: "Problems of Campaign Finance" 1967 (2 folders)

(drafts and research material)

(55-21; 55-22)

 
Germany: Research and Official Responsibilities 1935-1967 [series] (16 linear feet)

Grouped together under Germany: Research and Official Responsibilities (1935-1967; 16 linear ft.) are Pollock's files beginning with his first interest in Germany when he was an American observer to the Saar plebiscite in 1935 and continuing with his post-World War II responsibilities with the Office of the Military Government (U.S.), his studies of German elections in the 1950s and 1960s, and his participation in the Franz Lieber Foundation.

 
Saar: American observer to the Saar plebiscite 1935 [subseries]
 
Analyses
Box   56  
Victor Bruns Die volksabstimmung im Saargebiet (1934)

(56-1)

Box   56  
Adolf Grabowsky and G.W. Sante Die grundlagen des Saarkampfes (1934)

(56-2)

Box   56  
Frank M. Russell The international government of the Saar (1926)

(56-3)

Box   56  
Royal Institute of International Affairs, Information Papers, no. 11 and 14 The Saar plebiscite (1934)

(56-4)

Box   56  
Miscellaneous analyses

(56-5)

 
Administration
Box   56  
Volksabstimmungskommission des Volkerbundes, "Auszug aus der liste der stimmberechtigten, die am 28.6.1919 in der gemeinde Saarbruckern Einwohnereigenschaft besassen, im Wahlburo Nr. 13

(56-6)

Box   56  
Miscellaneous 1934-1935

(56-7)

Box   56  
Clippings 1934-1935

(56-8)

Box   56  
Correspondence 1934-1935

(56-9)

Box   56  
Saar plebiscite 1934-1935

(56-10)

Box   56  
Regulations for plebiscite

(56-11)

 
Saar Study 1955 [subseries]
 
Analyses
Box   56  
Student paper: Shirley Davis The Saar problem undated

(56-12)

Box   56  
Pamphlets and reports

(56-13)

 
Legal provisions
Box   56  
Gesetzgebund und Abkommend des Saarlandes (1954)

(56-14a)

Box   56  
Laws 1955-1956 (2 folders)

(56-14b; 56-15)

Box   56  
International agreements 1955-1956 (2 folders)

(56-16; 56-17)

Box   58  
Publications 1952-1955

(58-1)

Box   58  
Statistical material 1952-1955

(58-2)

Box   58  
Clippings 1955-1957

(58-3)

 
Office of the Military Government for Germany (U.S.) 1945-1946 and later official observatory and fact-finding missions to Germany, 1947, 1948, 1950 1945-1950 [subseries]

The largest subseries under the Germany series relates to Pollock's responsibility with Office of the Military Government (U.S.) in the period of 1945-1946 and his role as official observer and member of fact-finding missions to Germany in 1947, 1948, and 1950. As a scholar as well as a participant, Pollock was careful in recording his observations and activities. He maintained a valuable diary for the period of 1945-1946 and 1948 and was diligent in preserving the documentation that crossed his desk - reports, memoranda, meeting materials, and speeches. The importance of the diary was readily recognized by German scholars. In 1994, Ingrid Krüger-Bulcke published Besatzune und Staatsaufbau nach 1945 which is a transcript of Pollock's "Occupation Diary" and his private correspondence with his wife and some of his colleagues in the period of 1945 to 1948. A positive microfilm of this diary is also available. The library also has a negative microfilm for the entire subseries originally created for a researcher.

The subseries also contains much material on the proceedings of the Länderrat, including protocols of all of its meetings through 1948. There is also material on organization, proposals, the results of actions taken, and relations with the Regional Government Coordinating Office. Other files pertain to the United States zonal government as a whole and its relations with the other zones. There are further files on the economic situation in Germany, the progress of denazification, and reports on the conferences of the Council of Foreign Ministers. Extensive files of correspondence from this period is available with General Lucius Clay, Robert Murphy, and John McCloy. (A microfilm negative of this entire series was produced fora researcher. Consult reference staff concerning access)

 
Travel orders, memoranda, etc
Box   58  
1945-1946 (2 folders)

(58-4; 58-5)

Box   58  
1947

(58-6)

Box   58  
1948

(58-7)

Box   58  
1950

(58-8)

 
Reports/observations
Box   58  
Reports to High Commissioner 1950

(58-9)

Box   58  
Reports, field notes, orders, correspondence 1950

(58-10)

 
Occupation diary
Box   58  
July 1945-April 1946

(original, typescript, etc.)

(58-11)

Box   58  
April-Aug 1946

(original, typescript, etc.)

(58-12)

Box   58  
May-June 1948

(original, typescript, etc.)

(58-13)

 
Regional Government Coordinating Office
 
Summary Reports on Meetings of the Länderrat Directorate
Box   58  
Nos. 1-20 June 21, 1946-January 7, 1947

(58-14)

Box   58  
Nos. 21-30 January 16, 1947-April 24, 1947

(58-15)

Box   59  
Nos. 31-40 May 5, 1947-August 28, 1947

(59-1)

Box   59  
Nos. 41-50 September 4, 1947-December 30, 1947

(59-2)

Box   59  
Nos. 51-60 January 13, 1948-May 21, 1948

(59-3)

Box   59  
Land governments, minister-präsidents (U.S. Zone) 1945

(59-4)

Box   59  
Memoranda from OMGUS 1945-1946

(59-4b)

Box   59  
Liaison Officer's Meetings 1947

(59-4c)

 
Länderrat
Box   59  
Establishment and formative stage October 1945-December 1945

(59-5)

Box   59  
Secretary General, biographical sketch and structure 1945

(59-6)

Box   59  
Organization-Statutes and charts 1945-1948

(59-7)

Box   59  
Directorate-Statutes, constitutional meeting and related

(59-8)

Box   59  
Reorganization-Establishment of Parliamentary Advisory Council 1947

(59-9)

Box   59  
Lists of meetings, composition, activity 1945-1947

(59-10)

Box   59  
Agenda of meetings January 8, 1946-March 11, 1947

(59-11)

Box   59  
Legislation 1946-1949

(59-12)

 
Meetings
Box   59  
Decisions and results 1946

(59-13)

 
Summary reports
Box   59  
Nos. 8-16 May 7, 1946-January 8, 1947

(59-14)

Box   59  
Nos. 17-24 February 4, 1947-September 9, 1947

(59-15)

Box   59  
Nos. 25-31 October 7, 1947-April 8, 1948

(59-16)

Box   59  
Nos. 33-34 (German version) 1948

(59-19)

Box   59  
Nos. 35-36 (German version) 1949

(59-20)

Box   59  
Lists of proposed laws as of 1949 (2 folders)

(59-17; 59-18)

 
Requests to Military Government
Box   59  
From 5th Meeting February 5, 1946

(59-21)

Box   59  
From 6th Meeting March 5, 1946

(59-22)

Box   59  
From 7th Meeting April 2, 1946 (3 folders)

(59-23; 59-24; 59-25)

Box   60  
From 8-10 Meetings May 7, 1946-July 2, 1946

(60-1)

Box   60  
Press Material

(60-2)

Box   60  
Memo of British Intelligence and note on reorganization of the Länder in the British Zone 1945-1946

(60-6)

 
Denazification law
Box   60  
Munich Conference March 5, 1946

(60-7)

Box   60  
Amendments 1946-1947

(60-8)

Box   60  
Monthly Reports of Military Governor 1945-1947

(60-13)

Box   60  
Report of Action taken by the Military Government on Länderrat recommendations 1946

(60-14)

Box   60  
Lucius Clay speeches 1945-1948

(60-15)

Box   60  
Lucius Clay press conferences 1946-1947

(60-16)

Box   60  
James K. Pollock speeches and reports 1945-1946

(60-17)

Box   60  
Secretary General Rossman's speeches 1946-1948

(60-18)

Box   60  
Speeches of Minister Presidents 1946-1948

(60-19)

Box   60  
Extracts from Monthly Reports of Military Government on Länderrat 1945-1946

(60-20)

Box   60  
Monthly Report for the Government Governor on Länderrat 1947-1948

(60-21)

 
Länderrat Committee materials 1946-1948
Box   60  
Mainly labor, social insurance, labor allocation, labor law and wages

(60-22)

Box   60  
Housing, factory inspection, refugees, German Central Distribution, public health

(60-23)

Box   60  
Education, POWs, emigration, public welfare, veterans

(60-24)

Box   60  
Monthly Progress Reports

(60-25)

Box   60  
Dissertation by Anton Pfeiffer: "Der Länderrat der Amerikanischen Zone" (University of Munich) 1948

(60-27)

 
Administrative (OMGUS)
Box   60  
Joint Conference of German Officials in the U.S.-British Zones 1946

(60-3)

Box   60  
Bizonal memoranda and policy statements 1946-1947

(60-4)

Box   60  
Food and Agricultural Administration 1946

(60-5)

Box   60  
Munich Conference of Minister Presidents May 1947

(60-9)

Box   60  
USFET/OMGUS Directives, Governmental Structure 1945-1946

(60-10)

Box   60  
James K. Pollock file on financial matters while working for OMGUS 1945-1948

(60-26)

 
Pollock Material 1945-1946
Box   61  
Refugees

(61-1)

 
No. 1 Papers (memoranda, notes, observations)
Box   61  
October 1945-December 1945

(61-2)

Box   61  
January 1946-March 1946

(61-3)

Box   61  
April 1946-July 1946

(61-4)

 
Current Notes and Memoranda
Box   61  
November 1945-December 1945

(61-5)

Box   61  
January 1946-April 1946

(61-6)

Box   61  
May 1946-July 1946

(61-7)

Box   61  
Personal Letters (3 folders)

(61-8; 61-9; 61-10)

 
Reports, etc
Box   61  
Proposed Constitutions for German States 1946-1947

(61-11)

Box   61  
OMG Hesse Chronology 1944-1947

(61-12)

Box   61  
Election materials 1946 (2 folders)

(61-13; 61-14)

Box   61  
President's Economic Mission to Germany (Hoover) 1947

(61-15)

Box   61  
OSS Research and Analysis Branch report: "Principal Post-Nazi German Officials" August 6, 1945

(61-16)

Box   61  
"Confidential Report to Senate Committee Investigating the National Defense Program, on the Preliminary Investigation of Military Government in the Occupied Areas of Europe," prepared by George Meader November 22, 1946

(61-17)

Box   61  
Orders concerning German education 1947

(61-18a)

Box   61  
Report to Secretary of War Patterson by Robert Moses on the German occupation July 12, 1947

(61-18b)

 
Report to the Council of Foreign Ministers from the Allied Central Authority in Germany
Box   61  
February 1947

(Secs. I, II)

(61-19)

Box   61  
February 1947

(Sec. III)

(61-20)

Box   61  
February 1947

(Sec. IV, Parts 1-4: Economic Problems)

(61-21)

Box   61  
February 1947

(Sec. IV, Parts 5-8: Economic Problems)

(61-22)

Box   62  
February 1947

(Sec. IV, Parts 9-11: Economic Problems)

(62-1)

Box   62  
February 1947

(Secs. V-VI)

(62-2)

Box   62  
February 1947

(Secs. VII-IX)

(62-3)

Box   62  
"Summary of Principal Differences in Quadripartite Report for the Council of Foreign Ministers" March 1947

(62-4)

Box   62  
"Inter-Divisional Committee of German Governmental Structure" 1946

(62-5)

Box   62  
"The Evolution of Bizonal Organization" 1948

(62-6)

Box   62  
Bizonal matters 1947-1948

(62-7)

Box   62  
London Agreements 1948

(62-8)

Box   62  
Washington Agreement 1949

(62-9)

Box   62  
German elections 1946

(62-10)

 
Dated miscellanea
Box   62  
1945 undated

(62-11)

Box   62  
May 25, 1945-August 10, 1945

(62-12)

Box   62  
August 22, 1945-September 7, 1945

(62-13)

Box   62  
September 11, 1945-October 12, 1945

(62-14)

Box   62  
October 13, 1945-December 1946

(62-15)

Box   62  
1947

(62-16)

Box   62  
January 6, 1948-April 28, 1948

(62-17)

Box   62  
April 29, 1948-June 18, 1948

(62-18)

 
Miscellanea
Box   62  
Bavaria, Württemberg-Baden, the Bremen Enclave, and the Soviet Union 1945-1948

(62-19)

Box   62  
Memoranda and reports on Hessen-Nassau July 1945-January 1946

(62-20)

Box   62  
Economic Council of the Bizonal Economic Area 1948

(62-21)

Box   62  
Correspondence June 26, 1945-October 1, 1945, May 18, 1948

(62-22)

Box   62  
Miscellanea

(62-23)

Box   63  
Telephone directories and lists of occupation personnel 1945-1948

(63-1)

Box   63  
"My Notes on Germany"

(63-2)

 
Collected Materials (largely published government documents)
Box   63  
Graphic material concerning organizational proposals for the Occupation Government 1945-1947

(63-3)

Box   63  
Graphic material giving economic, demographic and other data on occupation

(63-4)

Box   63  
Graphic material, including maps of Occupied Germany

(63-5)

Box   63  
Graphic material on the organization of the Federal Republic

(63-6)

 
Special Report of the Military Governor, U.S. Zone
Box   63  
"Germany's Eastern Boundaries (Text and Graphics)" 1947

(incomplete)

(63-7)

Box   63  
"Governmental Organization in Occupied Germany (Text and Graphics)" 1947

(63-8)

Box   63  
"Elections in Germany (Text and Graphics)" 1946-1947

(63-9)

Box   63  
Graphic material on the Structure of Land Ministries, U.S. Zone

(63-10)

Box   63  
Graphic material on German Elections 1947, 1949

(63-11)

Box   63  
"Summary of CFM Agreements and Disagreements on Germany" 1947

(detailed breakdown of Four Power Positions at the Fourth Session of CFM, Moscow)

(63-12)

Box   63  
"Summary of U.S. Statements and Proposals on German Government" Prepared by CFM Secretariat, CAD, OMGUS 1948

(63-13)

Box   63  
"Chronological Tables on Western Germany, 1947-1948" Prepared by CFM Secretariat, CAD, OMGUS (2 parts) May 15, 1949

(63-14; 63-15)

Box   63  
"Documented Chronology on Western Germany 1948" Prepared by CFM Secretariat, CAD, OMGUS January 15, 1949

(63-16)

Box   63  
"Bundesstaatliche Verfassungen" Prepared by CFM Secretariat, CAD, OMGUS 1948

(a comparison of federal constitutions)

(63-17)

 
Clippings, Personal, and Later Material
Box   64  
Re occupation of Germany, especially concerns the Länderrat

(64-1)

Box   64  
Occupation of Germany 1945-1946

(64-2)

Box   64  
Printed (largely OMGUS) 1945-1946

(64-3)

Box   64  
James K. Pollock farewell address to the Länderrat and Rossman's reply August 13, 1946

(64-5)

Box   64  
James K. Pollock speech on occupation prepared for U-M television 1965-1966

(64-6)

Box   64  
Miscellanea re Adenauer's 90th birthday, his death, and the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Länderrat 1965-1967

(64-7)

Box   64  
File (marked "I"/top) 1945-1949 (2 folders)

(64-8; 64-9)

Box   64  
Graphic material on U.S. Zone

(64-10)

Box   64  
Re General Lucius Clay (largely clippings)

(64-11)

 
German occupation general
Box   64  
1947-1948

(64-13)

Box   64  
1949-1951

(64-12)

Box   64  
Germany miscellanea 1950-1953

(64-14)

Box   64  
American occupation of Germany (2 folders)

(64-15; 64-16)

 
University of Michigan Civil Affairs Training School [subseries]
Box   64  
Course Materials 1943-1944 (5 folders)

(64-17; 64-18; 64-19; 64-20; 64-21)

Box   64  
Course Materials (military government problems) 1943-1944

(64-22)

 
Clippings used in School; also used for Judge Advocate General's School lectures
Box   64  
On Germany

(64-23)

Box   65  
On North and East Europe

(65-1)

Box   65  
On Central Europe

(65-2)

Box   65  
On Progress of the War (2 folders)

(65-3; 65-4)

 
Later German Activities and Interests [subseries]
Box   65  
"Findings, Conclusions, Recommendations, and Analyses concerning the United States Civil Affairs/Military Government Organization" prepared by Daniel Cos Fahey, Jr.

(65-5)

Box   65  
Papers concerning an Arbeitstagung der Institut zur Förderung Öffentlicher Angelegenheiten, on the topic: "Über das Problem der Neugliederung der Länder in der Bundersrepublik" July 20, 1950

(65-6)

Box   65  
Re expellees from East Europe (2 folders)

(65-7; 65-8)

Box   65  
Re denazification (2 folders)

(65-9; 65-10)

Box   65  
Re cartels in Germany

(65-11)

 
Bonn Constitution
Box   65  
Stenographic reports of meetings 1-12 of the Parliamentarischer Rat 1948-1949

(65-12)

Box   65  
Proposal for new German Constitution by Friedrich Glum 1948

(65-13)

Box   65  
Minutes of meeting of Military Governors and Minister-Presidents of the Western Zones 1948

(65-14)

Box   65  
Draft of basic laws November 11, 1948-December 10, 1948

(65-15)

Box   65  
Further proposals 1948-1949

(65-16)

Box   66  
Historic German Constitution

(66-1)

Box   66  
Southwest German State (3 folders)

(66-2; 66-4; 66-5)

Box   66  
Southwest German State (re proposed Baden-Württemburg Constitution

(66-3)

Box   66  
Baden-Württemburg

(66-6)

Box   66  
Baden-Württemburg-Draft of a law for Verwaltungs Gerichtsbarkeit 1954

(66-7)

Box   66  
German State Constitutions (Hamburg, Bremen, Niedersachsen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Gross-Hessen)

(66-8)

Box   66  
German State Constitutions (Rhein-Palatinate, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Württemberg-Hohnzollern, Baden, Saar)

(66-9)

Box   66  
German State Constitutions (Hessen)

(66-10)

Box   66  
Soviet Zone of Germany (4 folders)

(66-11; 66-13; 66-14; 66-15)

Box   66  
Soviet Zone of Germany-Constitutional Development

(66-12)

 
Berlin
Box   67  
General (4 folders)

(67-1; 67-2; 67-3; 67-7)

Box   67  
General (include "A Survey of Greater Berlin" by Homer Thomas and James K. Pollock) 1944

(67-4)

Box   67  
"Special Report: Berlin Industrial and Unemployment Survey" prepared by OMG, Berlin Sector Intelligence, Report 31 1949

(67-5)

Box   67  
"Economic Trends in Western Berlin" prepared by HICOG, Division of Economic Affairs, Reports 4-5 1950

(67-6)

 
Parliament (Bundestag)
Box   67  
Bundesanzeiger 1953, 1956

(67-8)

Box   67  
Drafts of laws on sexual equality 1953-1954 and military, 1956 and election law, 1956 1953-1956

(67-9)

Box   67  
Lists of Bundestag members 1953-1957

(67-10)

Box   67  
Record of voting in Bundestag 1953-1957

(67-11)

Box   67  
Draft laws and protocols from the 2nd election period 1953-1957

(67-12)

Box   67  
Draft laws and protocols from the 1st and 2nd election period 1949-1957

(67-13)

Box   67  
Conference: "Military Occupations and Political Change April 1967

(include papers by Freidrich, Merkl, and Holborn)

(67-14)

Box   67  
Conference: "Military Occupations and Political Change April 1967

(include paper by Krieger)

(67-15)

Box   67  
Military Government of Germany by H. Philip Mettger; include James K. Pollock criticisms 1954

(67-16)

Box   68  
Manuscript of Pollock-Thomas study, "Germany in power and eclipse" 1952 (15 folders)

(68-1 to 68-15)

 
University of Michigan survey of German provinces 1944-1945
Box   68  
Correspondence

(68-16a)

Box   68  
Maps (2 folders)

(68-16b; 68-17)

Box   68  
Rheinprovinz

(68-18)

Box   68  
Hanover

(68-19)

Box   68  
Westfalen and Lippe

(68-20)

Box   68  
Beden

(68-21)

Box   68  
Thüringen

(68-22)

Box   68  
Sachsen and Hamburg

(68-23)

Box   68  
Sachsen

(68-24)

Box   68  
Anhalt and Braunschwig

(68-25)

Box   69  
Berlin

(69-1)

Box   69  
Pommern

(69-2)

Box   69  
Schlesien

(69-3)

Box   69  
Bayern (annex)

(69-4)

 
German Election Studies [subseries]
Box   69  
Shelf list of materials 1956, 1965

(69-6)

 
Bundestag Elections
Box   69  
Official statistics and other data 1949, 1953

(69-7)

Box   69  
Official statistics 1957

(69-8)

Box   69  
Official statistics 1961

(69-9)

Box   69  
Official statistics and "Wahlbewerber," 1965

(69-10)

 
German Electoral Law of 1956
Box   69  
Pollock Research Outlines

(69-11a)

Box   69  
History of German Electoral Experience

(69-11b)

Box   69  
Study by John M. Gaines

(69-11c)

Box   69  
Legislative History

(69-12)

Box   69  
Aspects of Voting Behavior

(69-13)

Box   69  
Aspects of Voting Behavior

(69-14)

Box   69  
Analysis of Operation

(69-15)

Box   69  
Studies of 1957 election results (2 folders)

(69-16; 69-17)

Box   69  
Memoranda on results of the study by Peter Sperlich

(69-18)

 
Various studies and papers
Box   70  
German reapportionment 1963

(70-1)

Box   70  
Transcript of interviews concerning Bundestag election 1961

(70-2)

Box   70  
Methodology and approach for observing Bundestag elections 1965

(70-3)

Box   70  
Field reports on German parliamentary elections 1954

(70-4)

Box   70  
Paper: "Barometric Constituencies in Germany and the elections" 1965

(70-5)

Box   70  
Paper: "Barometer Areas in Western Germany" 1964

(70-6)

Box   70  
Graphic and statistical material on German electoral districts (3 folders)

(70-7; 70-8; 70-9)

Box   70  
West German elections (student papers)

(70-19)

Box   70  
German elections and election law papers

(70-20)

Box   70  
Paper: "The Political Role of Women in the German Federal Republic" 1952

(70-21)

Box   70  
Paper: "Political Parties and Public Opinion Research in Western Germany, 1947-1955" 1955

(70-22)

Box   70  
Paper pertaining to the incomes of employees of the German Ministry of Justice, "Vertraulich" 1952

(70-23)

 
Bundestag Elections
 
1953
Box   70  
General

(70-11)

Box   70  
Statistical data (6 folders)

(70-12 to 70-17)

Box   70  
James K. Pollock Paper: "The West German Electoral Law of 1953" (preliminary draft)

(70-18)

 
Franz Lieber Foundation [subseries]
 
Correspondence
Box   71  
Unfiled 1959-1960

(71-1)

Box   71  
A 1954-1955

(71-2)

Box   71  
Ankeny, Dewalt 1951-1957

(71-3)

Box   71  
B 1951-1956

(71-4)

Box   71  
C 1952-1958

(71-5)

Box   71  
Connell, Lawrence C. 1952-1954

(71-6)

Box   71  
D 1954-1955

(71-7a)

Box   71  
Directors file 1951-1957

(71-7b)

Box   71  
Expense account (current) 1956-1960

(71-8a)

Box   71  
Expense accounts, old 1954-1955

(71-8b)

Box   71  
F 1952-1957

(71-9a)

Box   71  
Foundation miscellaneous

(71-9b)

Box   71  
G 1951-1958

(71-10a)

Box   71  
Hamm, William, Jr.

(71-10b)

Box   71  
H 1952-1958

(71-11)

Box   71  
Harrison, Gilbert A. 1951-1952

(71-12)

Box   71  
I 1956-1959

(71-13)

Box   71  
J 1954

(71-14a)

Box   71  
K 1951-1959

(71-14b)

Box   71  
L 1951-1958

(71-14c)

Box   71  
Littell, Franklin H. 1953-1955

(71-17)

Box   71  
Littell, Franklin H. 1956-1959

(71-16)

Box   71  
Littell, Franklin H. 1957-1958

(71-15)

Box   71  
M 1951-1959

(71-18)

Box   71  
Mahler, Ernst 1951-1957

(71-19)

Box   71  
Merthon, Lawrence 1956-1959

(71-20)

Box   71  
Newsletters 1957-1959

(71-21)

Box   71  
O 1952-1956

(71-22)

Box   71  
P 1953-1957

(71-23a)

Box   71  
R 1952-1956

(71-23b)

 
Reports
Box   71  
James K. Pollock personal reports 1951-1956

(71-24)

Box   71  
Periodic Reports from Germany on Foundation activities September 1953-January 1959

(71-25)

Box   71  
Periodic Reports from Germany on Foundation activities April 1951-July 1958

(71-26)

Box   71  
Special Reports (2 folders)

(71-27; 71-28)

Box   72  
S 1953-1959
Box   72  
U 1959
Box   72  
Uihlein, Joseph E. 1952-1958
Box   72  
V 1952-1956
Box   72  
W 1952-1956
Box   72  
Weyerhäuser, Frederick K. 1952-1957
 
European Election Studies 1920s-1957 [series] (1.5 linear feet)

European Election Studies (1.5 linear ft.; 1920s-1957) is a series of research data and other materials from Pollock's study of different French and English elections. Most of the results of these studies were published in professional journals. Pollock's German election files have been maintained in the Germany series. This series includes extensive data on French elections from the 1920s to the 1950s with special emphasis on the 1930s, and British elections from 1918 to the late 1960s including complete data on parliamentary elections from 1918 to 1935 and 1945 to 1950, and special reports on party strength, campaign literature, proportional representation and electoral districts.

 
France [subseries]
Box   72  
Chamber of Deputies. Data sheets for elections of 1928, 1932, 1936 (2 folders)
Box   72  
Legislative election 1956
Box   72  
Election propaganda 1920s-1930s
Box   72  
Election propaganda including L'Echo de Paris, La Francaise 1928
Box   72  
Miscellanea 1926-1928
Box   72  
Miscellanea 1934
Box   72  
Paper: "A Study of Bye Elections in France" by Max P. Heavenrich, Jr. 1934
Box   72  
Paper: "An Areal Approach to Voting in France" by Robert E. Powers 1937
 
Britain [subseries]
 
Election 1964
Box   72  
Report by James K. Pollock, S. Elderveld, and L. Laing on the British election trip 1964
Box   72  
Documents concerning postal voting
Box   72  
Documents concerning nominations, etc
Box   72  
Documents supplied to presiding officer at a polling station
Box   72  
Documents including instructions, etc. to staff employed at election
Box   72  
Documents re Conservative and Unionist Party
 
Various elections
Box   72  
1950s
Box   72  
List of Parliamentary Constituencies. 1955
Box   72  
Election data and codes 1950s
Box   72  
Constituencies 1950, 1957
Box   72  
Code sheets 1955
Box   72  
Analytical data 1950 (2 folders)
Box   72  
Paper: "British Election Studies, 1950" 1950 (2 folders)
Box   72  
Miscellanea 1950
Box   72  
Miscellanea 1951
Box   73  
Data sheets on British Parliamentary Constituencies 1918-1935 (6 folders)
Box   73  
Data sheets on British Parliamentary Constituencies 1945-1950 (6 folders)
Box   73  
Material on party strength in Great Britain (2 folders)
Box   73  
"British by-Elections Between the Wars"
Box   73  
British election pamphlets 1929 (2 folders)
Box   73  
Labor and Conservative Party election pamphlets 1931
Box   73  
Lists of electors 1926-1927
Box   73  
Political parties study 1929
 
University of Michigan 1924-1967 [series] (3.7 linear feet)

University of Michigan is divided into subseries. The first relates to administrative matters within the department of political science and to Pollock's other activities at the University. This subseries covers the period of 1931 to 1967 and measures 0.2 linear feet. Most of Pollock's University of Michigan activities are best documented in the different chronological correspondence files. The second and largest is comprised of Course Materials (3.7 lin. ft.; 1924-1967) is further arranged by course number and by topic. The papers arranged by course number (2.2 linear feet) are in ascending order and include many handwritten notes for course lectures, bibliographies, reading lists and schedules, exams and weekly questions, some student papers, published papers by Pollock and others, and documents used in class. Papers arranged by topic (1.5 linear feet) relate to many facets of political science, both national and international. Most extensive is the set of papers related to German government, and of particular interest are the records related to the trip Pollock took to Germany with other professors and academics in 1934, and the field survey he conducted with students on the 1953 Budestag elections in Germany.

 
Committee/departmental materials [subseries]
Box   74  
Reports on Faculty Services 1948 and Economic Status of the Faculty, 1945 1945-1948
Box   74  
Reports on Economic Status of the Faculty 1944-1945
Box   74  
Political Science Department Miscellaneous 1963-1967
Box   74  
Statistics and records of the introductory courses 1931-1932
Box   74  
Extension Service class: "Problem of State Government" 1937
 
Political Science Course Materials [subseries]
 
Arranged by Course Number
 
1-- American Government
Box   74  
Class notes circa 1930-1950
Box   74  
Exam questions and outlines 1924-1934 (2 folders)
Box   74  
Weekly questions 1929-1932
 
2 -- State Government
Box   74  
Exam questions and outlines 1924-1941 (2 folders)
Box   74  
Lectures 1950s
Box   74  
Notes Undated (3 folders)
Box   74  
Weekly questions 1929-1932
 
52 -- Comparative European Governments (see also P.S. 140, 350 and 741)
Box   74  
Lecture, class notes, exams and outlines 1946-1955, 1965-1967 (3 folders)
Box   74  
68 -- Foreign Affairs: Exam and class notes 1939
 
113 -- Political Parties
Box   74  
Election Costs in Michigan circa 1936
Box   74  
Exams 1940-1944
Box   74  
Exams and outlines 1940-1943
Box   74  
Notes Undated (2 folders)
Box   75  
Notes circa 1930s
Box   75  
Notes circa 1940s
Box   75  
Reading Period Plan 1935
 
113 and 114
Box   75  
Work groups, ca. 1938-1939 (2 folders)
Box   75  
Statistics 1938-1943
Box   75  
114 -- Comparative Electoral Systems, pre-1945 (2 folders)
 
116 -- Propaganda and Public Opinion
Box   75  
Lecture notes, n.d
Box   75  
Outlines and Exams 1940-1943
Box   75  
116s (summer) 1943
 
130 -- National Administration
Box   75  
Outlines and exams 1926-1929
Box   75  
Pre-1940 (2 folders)
Box   75  
140 -- Comparative European Governments: Lecture notes circa 1962-1966

(see also P.S. 52, 350 and 741)

Box   75  
150 -- German Government: Outlines and study questions Undated

(see also P.S. 441)

Box   75  
198 -- Political Psychology: Notes, Articles and Papers 1935 (2 folders)
Box   75  
201 -- Scope and Method of Political Science, n.d
 
210 -- National Politics
Box   75  
Lecture notes and outlines 1965 (2 folders)
Box   75  
Topics, quizzes 1954, 1964
Box   75  
213 -- Seminar: Notes and Papers 1941 (2 folders)
Box   75  
216 -- Proseminar in Political Behavior 1949
Box   75  
251 -- British Government: Miscellaneous Undated (3 folders)
 
252 -- Comparative Governments
Box   76  
Notes, n.d
Box   76  
Notes and outlines 1957-1961
Box   76  
Notes and reading lists 1961, 1964
Box   76  
Outlines and bibliography of minor governments 1958-1959
Box   76  
314 -- Comparative European Electoral Systems: Bibliography, Notes and Papers 1956 (3 folders)
Box   76  
350 -- Comparative European Governments 1955

(see also P.S. 52, 140 and 741)

Box   76  
371 -- Seminar: Notes, Exams, Schedule, Bibliography Undated (2 folders)
 
441 -- German Government

(see also P.S. 150)

Box   76  
Bibliography, n.d
Box   76  
Class folder Undated (2 folders)
Box   76  
Notes and miscellaneous, n.d
Box   76  
Outlines and exams Undated (2 folders)
Box   76  
Research reports, n.d
Box   76  
741 -- Comparative European Governments: Bibliography, Notes and Exams 1961, 1964

(see also P.S. 52, 140 and 350)

 
Arranged by Topic
Box   76  
Comparative Government Test File (sample) Undated
Box   76  
Comparative Studies in Public Administration 1936
Box   76  
Congress Undated
Box   76  
Constitution Amending Process circa 1924-1939
Box   76  
Constitutional Law Undated
Box   76  
County Government Undated
Box   76  
Courts-Judicial Reorganization and Review Undated
Box   76  
Czechoslovakia -- Course Miscellaneous Undated
Box   76  
European Politics and Electoral Systems -- Comparative Party Politics -- Germany Undated
Box   76  
France -- Course Miscellaneous
Box   76  
German Elections 1930
 
German Government
Box   76  
Background and Analysis
Box   77  
Cabinet -- Parliamentary Leaders
Box   77  
Field Survey of the 1953 Bundestag Elections, 1953 1953
Box   77  
Foreign Policy Undated
Box   77  
German Parties and Elections Undated
Box   77  
Nazi Period Undated
Box   77  
Notes on Pre-Nazi and Transitional Period Undated
Box   77  
Personal Reports on Germany Undated
Box   77  
Personnel Undated
Box   77  
World War II and Occupation Undated
Box   77  
German Trip 1934
Box   77  
Germany -- Leading Books, Quotations, Personal Views, Bruning Letters Undated (2 folders)
 
Great Britain Politics and Government
Box   77  
Administration -- Civil Service Undated
Box   77  
Cabinet and Cabinet System Undated (2 folders)
Box   77  
Constitution -- Monarchy Undated
Box   77  
Local Government Undated
Box   77  
Parliament Undated
Box   77  
Parties and Elections Undated
Box   77  
Immigration, Finance, Commerce Undated
Box   77  
Initiative, Referendum and Recall Undated
Box   77  
International Politics -- League of Nations Undated
Box   77  
Judge Advocate General School Lecture on Germany 1943
Box   77  
Lecture Notes on Germany -- Fort Custer Lectures 1943
Box   77  
Lobbying Undated
Box   77  
Michigan Commission on Reform and Modernization of Government (Hayden Commission) 1938
Box   77  
Miscellaneous Course Exams, Outlines, etc. circa 1950-1967
Box   77  
Miscellaneous Speeches, Lectures, Seminars, etc. 1943-1963
Box   77  
Miscellaneous Information on Germany for Lectures to Specialty Group Meetings 1941-1945
Box   77  
Naturalization 1924
Box   77  
Nominating Systems, Conventions, Primary, Presidential, Defects of Present Electoral System 1945
Box   77  
"Other Side of Judicial Review, The" Undated
Box   77  
Political Parties Seminar -- Notes, Bibliography, Topics Undated
Box   77  
Political Theory Undated
Box   77  
Presidency pre-1945
Box   77  
Proseminar on Germany 1944
Box   77  
Soviet Union -- Course Miscellaneous Undated
Box   77  
Suffrage, Elections, Voting Statistics pre-1940
Box   77  
Territories circa 1924-1939
 
Speeches and writings 1920s-1968 [series] (5 linear feet)

Speeches and Writings (5 linear ft.; 1920s-1968) covers all of Pollock's professional interests but is especially strong on German history, politics, and government. The speeches are arranged by date (when known) or by topic if that was a file heading used by Pollock. The speeches subseries also contains transcripts of Pollock's radio addresses. The articles subseries is arranged by date or subject. Also included with this series are Pollock's file of article reprints and copies of books that he wrote or co-authored.

 
Speeches
 
By date
Box   78  
Undated, 1920s-1930s
Box   78  
1921-1931
Box   78  
1932-1936
Box   78  
1937-1938
Box   78  
1940s-1960s, undated
Box   78  
1939-1941
Box   78  
1942-1945
Box   78  
1946-1949
Box   78  
1950-1954
Box   78  
1955-1960
Box   78  
1962-1968
 
Radio speeches
Box   78  
1928-1934
Box   78  
1940-1942
Box   78  
1942-1943
 
By topic
Box   78  
Berlin speeches
Box   78  
Education and schools
Box   78  
Foreign affairs/foreign policy material
Box   78  
Foreign relations. Conduct of foreign relations material 1951-1963
 
German topics
Box   78  
General (2 folders)
Box   78  
Post-1945
Box   78  
"Germany-Keystone of European Peace"
Box   78  
"Report from Germany" and related
Box   78  
"Aspects of the Occupation of Germany" 1946
Box   79  
Intergovernmental relations 1967
Box   79  
International organizations
Box   79  
Michigan constitutional revision speeches 1942, 1963
Box   79  
Politics and elections 1938-1944
Box   79  
Russia
Box   79  
World War and post-war issues 1942, undated
 
Special Occasion
Box   79  
Alumni University and Extension Service presentations
Box   79  
Notes for James K. Pollock presidential address at the International Political Science Association meeting in Rome 1958
Box   79  
Speech: "Forum for Press" (re constitutional revision in Wisconsin) May 17, 1965
 
Limitation of Armaments Conference
Box   79  
1925
Box   79  
1926 (2 folders)
 
Anecdotes and quotations to be used in speeches (sample)
Box   79  
Undated
 
Articles [subseries]
 
By date
Box   79  
1920s (2 folders)
Box   79  
1928-1930
Box   79  
1931-1934
Box   79  
1935-1937
Box   79  
1937-1938
Box   79  
1939-1944
Box   79  
Manuscripts (various) (6 folders)
Box   79  
Book reviews
 
By topic
Box   79  
Quay, Matthew. Essay for the Dictionary of American Biography on Matthew Stanley Quay-manuscript and background information 1926-1931