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     Box 1          Notebooks
     
     The notebooks in this and the box following are, for the
     most part, records of lectures Catlin attended as an
     undergraduate.
     
     #1        Notebook - belonging to one of G.E.G.C's parents?
               Contains hymns and religious verses, c.1893.
     #2        Notebook - belinging to G.E.G.C's mother?
               5 thin books inside one stiff cover.
               Contain houshold accounts and hymns.
     #3        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Lectures II, 1919"
               Contains notes on British history.
     #4        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Lectures III, 1920
               Oxford, 1920 Sheffield."
               Contains notes on history and politics.
     #5        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Lectures IV."
               Contains notes on English history.
     #6        [Undergraduate] Notebook. Oxford, 1919-1920.
               Contains notes on political science.
     #7        [Undergraduate] Notebook.
               Contains notes on politics and philosophy.
     #8        [Undergraduate] Notebook."Philosophy II".
     #9        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, VI."
     #10       [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, VII."
     #11       [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, IX."
     #12       [Undergraduate] Notebook. "English History".
     
     Box 2          Notebooks, continued.
     
     #1        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, X."
     #2        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, XI."
     #3        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreign History, XIII."
     #4        [Undergraduate] Notebook. "Foreigh History, XIV."
     #5        [Undergraduate?] Loose notes on history,
               philosophy and politics, 131pp.
     #6        Notebook - quotations [1920s?].
     #7        Notebook - quotations, 1920 - 1923.
     #8        Notebook - quotations, 1924 - 1927.
     #9        Notebook - quotations headed "Diary I".
               First diary entry on opening page is c.1904.
               The rest of the entries are quotations.
     #10       Notebook - dated entries contain ideas and
               ruminations [Second World War].
     #11       Notebook - "Index"
               [Page references to an early manuscript?].
               Oxford, [1920s?].
     
     Box 3,         Diaries, 1910 - 1944.
     
     #1        "Diary II", Decmber 13 1910 - July 23 [1915?]
               16 x 20mm., only first 26pp.* written on.
     #2        "Diary III", December 25 1933 - September 5 1936
               17 x 23mm., 317pp.
     #3        "Diary IV", September 19 1936 - October 21 1939
               18 x 23mm., 193pp. with some loose insertions.
     #4        "Diary IVb.", October 29 1939 - April 4 1940
               18 x 23mm., 60pp. with some loose insertions.
     #5        "Diary V", April 30 1940 - January 8 1943
               18 x 23mm., 326 pp. with some loose insertions.
     #6        "Diary VI", January 10 1943 - December 31 1944
               18 x 24mm., 192pp. with some loose insertions.
     
     * Any page containing writing has been counted. Those
     written on both sides count as two pages.
     
     
     Box 4          Diaries, 1945 - 1955.
     
     #1        "Diary VII", January 1 1945 - August 7 1946
               18 x 23 mm., 186pp. with some loose insertions.
     #2        "Diary VIII", August 9 1946 - July 4 1947
               18 x 23mm., 183pp. with some loose insertions.
     #3        "Diary IX", July 5 1947 - November 3 1948
               18 x 23mm., 283pp. with some loose insertions.
     #4        "Diary X", November 5 1948 - April 4 1950
               18 x 23mm., 281pp. with some loose insertions.
     #5        "Diary XI", April 5 1950 - December 17 1951
               18 x 23mm., 284pp. with some loose insertions.
     #6        "Diary XIIa", December 18 1951 - April 18 1953
               18 x 23mm., 287pp. with some loose insertions.
     #7        "Diary XIIb", April 19 1953 - January 26 1955
               18 x 23mm., 293pp. with some loose insertions.
     
     
     Box 5          Diaries, 1955 - 1965
     
     #1        "Diary XIII", January 29 1955 - September 16 1956
               18 x 23mm., 279pp. with some loose insertions.
     #2        "Diary XIV", September 23 1956 - August 10 1959
               18 x 23mm., 280pp. with some loose insertions.
     #3        "Diary XV", August 15 1959 - July 17 1962
               20 x 33mm., 285pp. with some loose insertions.
     #4        "Diary XVI", July 20 1962 - September 30 1965
               20 x 33mm., 282pp. with some loose insertions.
     
     Box 6          Diaries, 1965 - 1975
     
     #1        "Diary XVII", October 1965 - June 2 1968
               20 x 33mm., 193pp. with some loose insertions.
     #2        "Diary XVIII", June 5 1968 - January 25 1973
               20 x 33., 382pp. with some loose insertions.
     #3        Cuttings and insertions from Diary XVIII.
     #4        "Diary XIX", January 26 1973 - September 17 1975
               19 x 25mm., 265pp. with some loose insertions,
               including dream notations.
     
     
     Box 7          Diaries, 1975 - 1978 and Dream Notebooks*
     
     #1        "Diary XX", September 19 1975 - May 16 1976
               22 x 31mm., 60pp., with some loose insertions, 
               including dream notations.
     #2        Diary [1976 - 1977]
               Loose sheets, 101pp. and some cuttings.
     #3        Diary, January 1 1978 - [Aug.?] 1978
               21 x 31mm., 17pp, with some loose insertions,
               including dream notations.
     #4        Dream Notebook, 1954 - 1955
               16 x 20mm., 100pp.
     #5        Dream Notebook, 1956 - 1957
               64pp. loosely inserted into folder.
     #6        Dreams, 1961 - 1972
               Loose ms. notes, 181pp.
               Also related letter from G.E.G.C's secretary,
               with copy of reply from University of Sheffield,
               1972 & 1973, both 1p.
               Also offprint of an article by G.E.G.C.: "Library
               of Dreams", in International Journal of Social
               Psychiatry, Vol. XI, no.4, 1965, and envelope.
     #7        Dreams, 1965, 1968 - 1971
               Loose ms. notes, 127pp.
     #8        Dreams, 1973
               Ms., 1p.
     #9        Dreams, undated
               Typescript, 16pp.
               And duplicate typescript, 16pp.
     
     
     Box 8          Appointment Diaries, 1925 - 1969
     
     #1        Oxford University Pocket Diary, 1925 - 1926
     #2        Oxford University Pocket Diary, 1928 - 1929
     #3        Oxford University Pocket Diary, 1929 - 1930
     #4        Oxford University Pocket Diary, 1930 - 1931
     #5        Appointment Diary, 1933
     #6        Appointment Diary, 1943
     #7        Appointment Diary, 1946
     #8        Appointment Diary, 1949
     #9        Appointment Diary, 1949
               Most entries not be G.E.G.C. [by a secretary?]
     #10       Engagements, loose sheets [1952?]
     #11       Appointment Diary, 1961
     #12       Appointment Diary, 1962
     #13       Appointment Diary, 1963
     #14       Appointment Diary, 1964
     #15       Appointment Diary, 1965
     #16       Appointment Diary, 1966
     #17       Appointment Diary, 1967
     #18       Appointment Diary, 1968
     #19       Appointment Diary, 1969
     
     
       Autobiography: Boxes 9-15 (see also Box 157)
Box 9	Autobiography, early drafts, c.1943 
F.1 [Chapter 1] Early [first?] draft commencing: "The level light of a late afternoon. The long shadows from the elms ... " 
Annotated carbon ts., 67pp. 
F.2 Title page: Philosopher's Travel Diary, Carbon ts., 2 copies, with additional title
An Autobiographical History of Our Own Times added in ms. [c . 1943? ]. 
F.3 Contents pages: 
1) Ts. and ms. indicating a total of 17 chapters, with 4 untitled, 1p. 
2) Annotated ts. indicating a total of 20 chapters, with 3 untitled, 1p. and 2 carbon ts. duplicates. 
Also envelope dated "New York 1942" and "Chelsea, 13 February 1943". 
F.4 Introduction to A Philosopher's Travel Diary, Ms., 1p. 
Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp. 
[Contains reference to "this last war", so probably composed after the book was written]. 
F.5 Title page: Testament of Philosophy: Being the Modern Autobiography of Dr. Faust, Ms., 1p. 
Attached to poem entitled "Meditation of Faustus" dated 8 February 1943, ts., 1p. 
F.7 Chapter 1 Original ts. of carbon ts. in F.6 above, further annotated, 19pp. 
F.8 [Chapter 1?] Fragments on original sin and "the woman problem", Ms., 9pp. 
F.9 Chapter II ["Education", deleted]. "The move from Stourbridge to Leamington...", Ms. , 20pp. 
F.10 Chapter III [School] and later section [Politics] "I can remember the place and time that I first began to think..." Ms., 8pp.
Note:The handwriting in the three files which follow varies from that in both earlier and later files. The material may have survived
from another preliminary draft.  
F.11 Chapter IV [America]  "There followed at this time some of the happiest years of my life..." Ms., 22pp. 
F.12 Chapter V [British Politics, 1928-1930].."On returning to Britain (since I had given my pledge to do so)..." Ms., 28 pp.
And ms. notes, 4pp.

F.13 Chapter III, "Faust, Being Born Respectable, Experiences Poverty".
Also Chapter IV, "Faust Among the Immortals", Both sections incomplete, Ms., 11pp. 
F.14 Chapter VI, "Faust Becomes a Soldier and Goes to the Wars". Annotated ts., marked "retype", 6pp.
Also footnotes, ms., 2pp. 2 duplicate carbon tss., 12pp. total. 
F.15 Chapter VII, "Faust is at the College of the Blessed Virgin", Ms., 9pp.
F.16 Chapter VIII, "Faust Finds His Second Love and Discovers the Fifth Dimension", Ms., 17pp. Duplicate carbon ts., 20pp.
And another copy, carbon ts., 20pp. 
F.17 Chapter VIII, "Faust Finds His Second Love and Discovers the Fifth Dimension and the Principle of Power".
Original ts. of the first part of F.16 above, annotated, with variant ms. second part; Annotated ts., 4pp., Ms., 9pp 
F.18 Chapter IX, "Faust engages in the Study of Man and of Woman", Ms., 4pp. Heavily annotated ts., 16pp. 
F.19 Chapter X, "What Happened in St. Peter's, Rome", Ms., 9pp. 
F.20 Chapter XI, "The Vision of Camelot", Ms., 20pp. 
F.2l Chapter XVI, "Faust Visits Muscovy", Ms., 9pp. 
F.22 Chapter XVIII, "The Average Adjuster Gives His Advice". Ms., 7pp. (paginated as 6pp.) 
F.23 Chapter III, 2 drafts 
(i) Earlier draft, unfinished, begins "Education is experience at second hand ...".
Incomplete annotated ts., 3pp. Duplicate carbon ts., complete, 9pp. 
(ii) Later draft, entitled (in ms.) "Concerning Family Life" and beginning "The move from Stourbridge to Leamington...".
Annotated carbon ts., paginated [20] - 29, 10pp. And variant ending, paginated 28-[30], Ms., 3pp. 
F.24 Chapters I-IX Incomplete ts.: Annotated ts. and carbon ts. with some holograph footnote pages, 30lpp. total. 
F.25 Chapters I & II Carbon ts. duplicates of chapters above, 37pp. 
F.26 Chapters VII and VIII 
Carbon duplicates of chapters in F.24 above, 82pp. 
F.27 Chapter IX, "Faust Engages in the study of Man and of Woman", Annotated ts., 26pp. 
F.28 Chapter XI, "Concerning What Happened in St. Peter's, Rome", Annotated ts., and carbon ts., 14pp. 
F.29 Chapter XII, "The Vision of Camelot", Annotated ts., 35pp. 
F.30 Chapter XIII, "Faust Visits Germany and Witnesses a Great Trial", Annotated carbon ts., 15pp. 
F.31 Chapter XIII. Duplicate of above version, (violet) carbon ts., 15pp. 
F.32 Chapter XVI, "Faust Visits Muscovy", Annotated carbon ts., 20 pp. 
F.33 Chapter XVII, "Faust Visits a New Civilization, Joins a Dance with the Red Commissars and Visits a Graveyard".
Annotated carbon ts., 24pp. 
F.34 Chapter XVIII, "The Average Average Adjuster Gives His Advice", Ts., 16pp. 
F.35 Chapter XIX, "The End of the Journey for Three", Lightly annotated ts., 13pp. 
F.36 Chapter XX, "Faust Visits Castile", Lightly annotated carbon ts., 31pp. 
F.37 Fragment [early introduction or first chapter?] Ts., and lightly annotated carbon 
ts., 6pp. 
F.38 Early holograph notes, including draft entitled "Prologue in Heaven", Ms., 26pp. 
Also notes to Chapter VI [rejected], Ts., 8pp. 

Box 10 	Autobiography, Early Drafts [c.1943] continued 
F.1 Title, Testament of Philosophy: Being the Modern Autobiography of Dr. Faust, and contents pages.
Also Foreword, annotated ts., 2pp. and 2 carbon ts. duplicates, 4pp. Revised version of above, annotated ts., 7pp.
Retyped version of above, lightly annotated ts., 6pp. 
F.2 Fragment[early prologue?] Ts., 6pp. Also notes [for early draft], Ms., 4pp. 
F.3 Chapter I, "The Beginnings of Faust", Ms., incomplete, 12pp. Also notes and page of text from Chapter II, Ms., 2pp. 
F.4 Chapter I, "The Beginnings of Faust", Revised version of F.3 above, Annotated ts., 10pp. and ms., lp. 
F.5 Chapters I and II Pages marked "throw out ... retyped" Ms., annotated ts., and annotated carbon ts., 22pp. 
F.6 Chapter II [untitled] "The move from Stourbridge to Leamington ..." Incomplete, annotated ts., 31pp. 
F.7 Chapter III, "Concerning Family Life", "The move from Stourbridge to Leamington ..." Incomplete, lightly annotated ts., 8pp.
And 3 carbon duplicates, 24pp. 
F.8 Chapter IV [originally headed "III"] "Faust, Having Been Born Respectable, Experiences Poverty".
Retyped pages, annotated ts., 2pp. And two carbon ts. duplicates, 4pp. 
F.9 Chapter V [earlier headed "III" and "IV"] "Concerning the Myth of the Original Sin of Man: and How Faust Would Become a Friar", 
Ms., annotated ts., and annotated carbon ts., 24pp. Retyped version carbon ts., 13pp. and duplicate, 13pp.
Duplicate annotated ts., with ms. continuation, 16pp. 
F.10 Chapter V [originally headed "VI, War"] 
"Faust Becomes a Soldier and Goes to the Wars", Ms., annotated ts. and annotated carbon ts., 22pp. 
F.11 Chapter III. Fragment [on family life] Annotated ts., 4pp. and footnotes, ms., lp. Also 2 duplicate carbon tss., 8pp. 
F.12 Chapter II, "Childhood", Rewritten version of F.11, Annotated ts., paginated 9-24, 16pp. Also ms. notes, 2pp. 
F.13 Chapter III, "The Schooling of Faust", Annotated ts., paginated 25-28, with ts. page of notes and ms. page inserted, 8pp. 
F.14 Chapter IV [originally headed "III"] "Concerning Family Life", Annotated ts., 17pp. and lp. ms. insert 
F.15 Chapter V [originally headed "IV"], "Faust, Having Been Born Respectable, Experiences Poverty".
Annotated ts., 12pp. with ms. and annotated ts. pages of notes following from various chapters
and some rejected pps., Ms. and ts., 22pp. total. 
F.16 Chapter VI, "Concerning the Myth of the Original Sin of Man: And How Faust Would Become a Friar", Annotated ts., 28pp. 
F.17 Chapter VII, "Faust Becomes a Soldier and Goes to the Wars", Annotated ts., 36pp., with ms. insert pps. and notes, 9pp. 
F.18 Chapter VIII, "Faust is at the College of the Blessed Virgin". Annotated ts., 16pp. with ms. addition, 3pp. 
F.19 [Chapter VIII] Portion of Cornell chapter, Annotated ts., 23pp. Also part of the same section, retyped, Ts. and carbon ts., 12pp. 
F.20 Chapter IX, "Faust, in Despair, Becomes a Wanderer; Visits the Scandinavians and Returns to Converse
with the Greatest of Comedians", Holograph, 15pp. Another section, differently paginated.
Ms. and annotated ts., 28pp. Carbon ts. section marked "retype", 8pp. 
Carbon ts., beginning and end of chapter, 8pp. Incomplete contents list indicating 17 chapters, only 3 are titled, carbon ts., 2pp.
Annotated ts., beginning and end of chapter, 8pp. 
F.21 Chapter X Fragment only, ms., 2pp, ts., 2pp. and 2 duplicates, 4pp. 
F.22 Chapter XI, "Concerning What Happened in St. Peter's, Rome", annotated carbon ts., retyped pages, 8pp.
"Retypes and notes", Annotated carbon ts. with ms. notes, 7pp.
F.23 Chapter XII ["New numbering XI"] Ms., 22pp. Duplicate annotated ts., 32pp. 2 carbon ts. duplicates, 64 pp. total 
F.24 Chapter XII [changed from "XI"], "The Vision of Camelot,". Annotated ts. with ms. inserts, 31pp.
Retyped final section, annotated ts. and carbon ts., 5pp. Duplicate of carbon ts. section, 4pp. Also envelope dated 1943. 
F.25 Chapter XIII, "Faust Visits Germany and Witnesses a Great Trial". Ms., incomplete, 6pp.
Also file folder with annotation dated 17 April 1943. 
F.26 [Bombing of London] A "Faust" chapter describing the blitz, Ms., 31pp. 
F.27 Copy of a letter to Victor Gollancz, enclosing first 12 chapters of the autobiography, TL(car.), dated 30 August 1943, 2pp.
Also draft introduction to "a little book on life, immortality and death", ms., 4pp. Also contents page with chapter headings
for above, ms., lp. 
F.28 Drafts of Victor Gollancz letter above, Ms., 3pp. Notes relating to the book, Ms., 67pp.
 
Box 11 Autobiography ca. 1943, continued
F.1 Title page, preliminaries and Chapter I: 
Testament of Philosophy: Being the Modern Autobiography of Dr. Faust. 
Further annotated version of F.1-F.12 above, Paginated 1-31, incomplete carbon ts., 42pp. 
F.2 Complete sections of Time is My Possession, [later entitled Testament of Philosophy ... )
[only the title page differs from the versions in the previous box]. 
Preliminaries and Foreword ["In presenting to the reader this autobiography of a friend I know ..."],
with 13 of the chapter titles in the table of contents having check marks beside them [as having been written], carbon ts., 7pp. 
Chapter III [earlier numbered as IV), "Concerning Family Life", Carbon ts., paginated 43-62, 22pp. and a duplicate, 22pp. 
Chapter V, "Faust, Having Been Born Respectable, Experiences Poverty", Carbon ts., paginated 63-5, 19pp.
Chapter VI, "Concerning the Myth of the Original Sin of Man: and How Faust Would Become a Friar", Carbon ts., paginated 76-101, 26pp.
[Chapter IX], fragment, Annotated ts., unpaginated, 3pp.
Chapter X, "Faust, in Despair, Becomes a Wanderer: Visits the Scandinavians: and Returns to Converse with the Greatest of Comedians",
Annotated ts., unpaginated, 25pp. [Chapter XVII), "Faust Writes Down His Philosophy", Ts., paginated 1 -25, 25pp.
And a carbon ts. duplicate, 25pp. 
F.3 Annotated file folder marked "Time is My Possession" and "Old Script Ch. -Faust". 
F.4-7 Complete Sections of Testament of Philosophy: Being the Modern Autobiography of Dr. Faust [ca.1943] 
F.4 Title page, prelims and foreword ("In presenting to the reader this autobiography of a friend I know ..."), Carbon ts., 7pp. 
F.5 Chapter I, "The Beginnings of Faust" Chapter II, "Childhood", Carbon ts., paginated as 1-31, 37pp. 
F.6 Chapter III [earlier numbered as IV], "Concerning Family Life", Chapter IV [earlier numbered as III],
"The Schooling of Faust", Carbon ts., paginated as 43-62 and 32-42, 33pp. 
F.7 Chapter V, "Faust, Having Been Born Respectable, Experiences Poverty". 
Chapter VI, "Concerning the Myth of the Original Sin of Man: and How Faust Would Become a Friar".
Chapter VII, "Faust Becomes a Soldier and Goes to the Wars", Carbon ts., paginated as 63-75, 76-101, 102-144, 102pp. 
F.8 [Abandoned Chapter?] Chapter V [originally VII], "The Discovery of Power: Faust Leaves for the New World", Ms., 19pp. 
Duplicate ts., 25pp.[paginated as 23pp.], and carbon duplicate, 25pp. Another carbon duplicate, lightly annotated) 25pp. 
F.9 Chapter VIII, "Faust is at the College of the Blessed Virgin", Carbon ts., paginated as 145-171, 32pp. 
F.10 Preliminaries and Chapters I - IV, Duplicates from drafts in previous box, Carbon ts. and annotated carbon ts.,
2 copies of each chapter, 143pp. 
F.11Chapter V, "Concerning the Myth of the Original Sin of Man: and How Faust Would Become a Friar" (2 copies).
Chapter VI, Faust Becomes a Soldier and Goes to the Wars" (2 copies).
Chapter VII, "Faust is at the College of the Blessed Virgin" (2 copies).
Chapter VIII, "Faust Finds His Second Love and Discovers the Fifth Dimension and the Principle of Power"(2 copies),
Lightly annotated carbon ts., unpaginated, 210pp.total. 
F.12 Chapter IX, "Faust Engages in the Study of Man, and of Woman" (2 copies). 
Chapter X, "Faust, in Despair, Becomes a Wanderer; Visits the Scandinavians; and Returns to Converse with the Greatest
of Comedians" (2 copies). 
Chapter XI, "The Vision of Camelot"(2 copies), Carbon ts., unpaginated, 195pp. total. 
F.13 Chapter XIII [later Chapter XIV], "Faust Visits Germany and Witnesses a Great Trial" (2 copies)
Chapter XVI [later Chapter XV],"Faust Visits "Muscovy" (2 copies), Chapter XVII [later second part of Chapter XVI],
"Faust Views a New Civilization, Joins a Dance with the Red Commissars and Visits a Graveyard" (2 copies), All violet carbon ts., 103pp. 
F.14 [Chapter XVII], "Faust Writes Down His Philosophy", Ms., 19pp. [paginated as 16pp.] 
F.15 Chapter XIX, "The End of the Journey for Three" [originally headed "Faust Visits Castile"], Ms., 25pp. [paginated as 24pp.] 
F.16 Chapter XX, "Faust Visits Castile", Ms. outline of chapter, 1p. Followed by complete chapter, Ts., 31pp. 
F.17 [Chapter XVII] - XX Carbon ts. duplicates of F.14-F.16 above with the addition of Chapter XVIII,
"The Average Adjuster Gives His Advice", 114pp.
 
Box 12 Autobiography, cont., including "Indian Autobiography" and drafts from mid 1950s. 
F.1 [Indian Autobiography] 
This undated manuscript was probably written in 1947: there is an internal reference to a papal audience
which took place in September 1946 and the piece was clearly written before the assassination of Gandhi in January 1948.
"It is a piece of autobiography, a record of his quest in India". 
Incomplete holograph manuscript with some annotated ts. pages interleaved and some marked "retype" at the end, Ms., 243pp. and ts., 9pp. 
F.2 [Indian Autobiography] 
Incomplete ts. duplicate of ms. above, paginated 66-267, Annotated carbon ts., 206pp. 
F.3 [Introduction? Covering letter for publisher?] Ms., 2pp. Duplicate carbon ts.(of first page of ms. only), 2pp.
F.4 Editorial notes by Harold Wentworth, Ithaca, New York. Undated but ca.1957. Page numbers appear to refer to the draft which follows. 
F.5 Chapter I, "Extraordinary Adventures of Dr. Faust", marked "omitted material" and dated "22/11/54".
Annotated ts., 22pp. and ms., 1p. And envelope postmarked April 1955, marked "I, Deleted Pages". 
F.6 Chapter II, Untitled, Marked "omitted material", Annotated ts., 24pp. And envelope. 
F.7 Chapter I .Heavily annotated version of [1943 draft, Carbon ts., 20pp. 
F.8 Chapter II ["Willie and Shipwreck"] Annotated early version, incomplete, paginated 9-25, Carbon ts., 19pp. 
F.9 Chapter II, "Faust Advises a Would-Be President and is Sunk at Sea".
Ms., paginated 18-28, 11pp Duplicate annotated carbon ts. with ms. insertions, paginated 44-87, 34pp. 
See also deleted pages in F.7 of following box. 
F.10 Chapter III ["Planster to a Future Premier"], Ms., paginated 29-30, 2pp.,
continued by early, heavily annotated carbon ts., paginated 84-115, 32pp.
Lightly annotated duplicate of above, 32pp. with ms. addition, 1p. 
F.11 Chapter III, "Planster to a Future Premier", Later annotated ts. with some of the pages
separated into an envelope marked "deleted pages", the whole paginated 88-135, 49pp. 
F.12 Chapter IV, ["Faust Among the Immortals"] Early annotated carbon ts. with ms. inserts,
paginated 116-140, 30pp. 3 lightly annotated duplicates of the above, lacking ms. inserts, 75pp. total. 
F.13 Chapter IV, "Faust Among the Immortals". Later annotated ts. with some of the pages separated
into an envelope marked "deleted pages", the whole paginated 136-180, 44pp. total. 
Notes and inserts, ms., 5pp. Retyped version, carbon ts., paginated 136-180, 59pp. 
F.14 Chapter V [America]. Revised earlier draft, ms. and annotated carbon ts., the ts. paginated 71-77,
the ms. paginated 1-12, 20pp. total.  And note from typist dated 22 Oct. 1953, 1p. 
F.15 Chapter V [America]. Envelope containing deleted pages, Annotated ts., paginated 202-205, 4pp.
Also 2 retyped deleted pages, paginated 201 and 202-204,2pp. 
F.16 List of "Chapters to be completed". Begins "V, The Age of Prohibition " and ends "XVI, First Meetings with Eisenhower",
Ts., 3pp. and duplicated biographical information (to 1952), also a draft introduction: "Some years ago I wrote,
and have recently revised, a history of the ideas of two millennia or more", Carbon ts., 3pp., and duplicate, 3pp., and ms. notes, 1p. 
F.17 Another outline of chapters to follow, Chapters VI-XII, ms., lp., duplicate ts., 1p. And 3 carbon copies.

Box 13	Autobiography, drafts from the 1950s contnued. 
F.1 Chapter VI [earlier headed "I"] [On Spies and Spying] Ms. draft, commencing with the San Francisco Conference, 1945, 17pp. 
Fragment, annotated carbon ts. with ms. inserts, paginated I-16 to I-27a, an incomplete version of above ms. (ms. pp. 9-17), 16pp.
Also comments [by Vera Brittain] on the chapter, undated ms., 3pp. 
F.2 Chapter VI [early memories, much of this used in earlier chapters on childhood]. 
Holograph opening pages, 2pp., leading into typescript, paginated VI-1 to VI-32, 32pp. 
[A paragraph on VI-4 begins "What first do I recall? The level light of a late afternoon ..."] 
Also two carbon duplicates, 64pp. total, and a note from the typist dated 10 September 1953.
F.3 Chapter VII, "Faust in Muscovy" Ms. draft, paginated 1-21, 21pp. Lightly annotated ts. originally paginated
VII-1 to VII-34,then repaginated 257-290, 34pp.(in blue folder).
Duplicate carbon ts. of above version, heavily annotated and with ms. insertions, paginated 257-290, 43pp. 
F.4 Chapter VII, "Madrid", Ms., paginated 1-21, 21pp. 
F.5 Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night", Ms., paginated 1-21, 21pp. 
F.6 Chapter IX, Section only, Ms., 6pp. Duplicate ts., paginated 343a-348, 11pp. And note from typist dated 10 November 1954. 
F.7 Chapter IX, Deleted pages, Annotated ts., paginated 350a-354a, 6pp. 
Also pages deleted from Chapter II, paginated 79-81, 3pp., with ms. note inserting them here. 
F.8 Chapter X, "Visit to India", Ms., paginated 1-21, 21pp. 
F.9 2 envelopes, one marked "script", one dated October 1952, the other March 1953. 
F.10 Chapter X ["In the autumn of 1935 Winifred Holtby, still quite a young woman, had died ..."].
Annotated carbon ts., paginated 1 -24, 24pp. Also three complete duplicates, 72pp. 
And two discarded pages on his father's death, annotated carbon ts., paginated 32-33, 2pp. 
F.11 Chapter XI, "Faust Goes to Peking", Ms., paginated 1-15, 15pp. Duplicate carbon ts., paginated 390-414, 26pp.
Another duplicate carbon ts., heavily annotated, with new first page, 26pp. 
F.12 Chapter XII, ["In 1939, urged on by the American press and by an American public ..."] Ms., paginated 1-16, 16pp.
 Annotated carbon ts., paginated 1-25, 26pp. Also 3 duplicate retyped versions, 78pp. total. 
F.13 Chapter XII, ["In 1935 I resigned from Cornell ..."] Ms., marked "rewrite", paginated 1-20, 20pp. 
F.14 Chapter XIII, ["There are not only religious cults. There are national cults ..."] 
Annotated carbon ts. with ms. inserts, paginated 435-451a, 18pp. 
F.15 Chapter XIII, ["As the great war proceeded with increasing brutality ..."] 
Annotated carbon ts., paginated 1-34, 34pp. 3 duplicate carbon tss., 102pp. 
F.16 Chapter XIX, "Discarded Text", Ms. fragment, paginated 3-5, 3pp. 
F.17 Chapter XIX, "The Grandeur of England", [In the careers of men and nations the question is put ..."] Ms., paginated 1-8, 13pp. 
F.18 File Folders and Envelope, Annotated with possible chapter headings. 
F.19-21 Chapters III-IV, 
With covering letter from typist dated 24 November 1953. 
F.19 Chapter III, "Planster to a Future Premier", Annotated carbon ts., paginated 81, then III-2 to III-42, 43pp. 
F.20 Chapter IV, "Faust Among the Immortals". Annotated carbon ts., paginated IV-I, then 127-142a, then IV-17 to IV-36, 37pp. 
F.21 Chapter V, "Faust in Gotham". Annotated carbon ts.,paginated V-I to V-28, 27pp.

Box 14, Autobiography, Drafts from 1950s continued. 
F.1 Chapter VII [British Politics]. Heavily annotated carbon ts., incomplete, paginated vii/2-vii/30, 29pp. 
F.2 Fragment[conclusion?].Annotated ts., paginated 452-461, 9pp. And holograph note, 1p. 
F.3 Introduction "to Version Two" added in holograph, "some years ago I wrote ...", carbon ts., 5pp.
Additional sheet, indicating "Chapters VI-X are in rough draft and will require heavy revision.
Chapters XI-XIII, on China, South East Asia, Haiti and Conclusion are still unwritten", carbon ts., 1p. 
F.4-5 Incomplete ms., Introduction - Chapter XIV [1952-3] 
F.4 Introduction, ["Some years ago I wrote ..."], undated (Cheyne Walk address), ms., 2pp.
Chapter I, ["The level light of a late afternoon…"] paginated 1-11, ms., 11pp. 
F.4 Chapter II, ["Kew Gardens near Richmond on Thames. A second attack of appendicitis…"] paginated 12-24, ms., 14pp. 
Chapter III, ["In 1917, under the influence of one of the greatest men I have met ..."] paginated 25-35, ms., 12pp.
Chapter IV,["I was slowly beginning to emerge from my chrysalis…"] paginated 36-43, ms., 8pp. 
Chapter V [earlier numbered "IV"], [The work on the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution finished ..."] paginated 44-59, ms., 16pp. 
Chapter VI, [Since the New Society was in some measure to be planned ..."], paginated 60-74, ms., 15pp. 
F.5 List of "Chapters Unwritten": VIII (Germany), IX (Russia), X (Spain), ms., lp. 
Chapter X, ["In the autumn of 1935 Winifred Holtby ...") paginated 1-12, ms., 13pp.
"Record of typing": note re. chaps. 1-6, 10, 11, 12, Ts., 1p. Chapter XII, ["In retrospect I do not feel ..."]
paginated 1-10, ms., 19pp. Chapter XIII, ["As the war proceeded with increasing brutality…"]
Chapter XIV, ["Consistently I had held that, if the whole world was to be organized into a great society…"]
paginated 1-9, ms., 9pp. Also sheet listing "Chapters Unwritten": XV: India, XVI: China, XVII: Ideas in Men's Affairs, ms., 1p. 
[See ts. versions of these sections in the box which follows]. 
F.6 Chapters [I] - XII Incomplete carbon ts. draft, annotated, with occasional ms. insertions, paginated 37-427, 255pp. 
F.7 Comments on the ms., undated, unsigned [from an historian at the University of California], Various sections [incomplete?]
Ms., 17pp. and envelope. 
F.8 Comments on the ms., undated, unsigned [Van Loon?], incomplete ts., 2pp. 
F.9-10 Chapters I - XII, Incomplete carbon ts. draft. 
F.9 Introduction, [" Some years ago I wrote ..."] Carbon ts., 3pp. & duplicate, 3pp. 
F.10 Introduction, ["Some years ago I wrote ..."] Another copy of F.9, heavily revised, 3pp.
Also rejected version, lightly annotated, 5pp. And two carbon duplicates of rejected version, 10pp. 
F.11 Draft letter, Preliminaries, Introduction and Contents: 
Draft letter to "Frank"[Lord Longford], Undated ALs., 1p. Note [to publisher?],
"This book can be cut at the discretion of the editor ... " [undated, but reference to V.B.'s Testament of Experience dates it as 1956],
Carbon ts., 1p. Title page, Philosopher's Travel Diary (in ts.): An Autobiographical History of Our Own Times (in ms.), "Provisional"(ts.) 
Introduction, retyped version of F.9 above, annotated ts., 4pp. 
Contents list, indicating 13 chapters and with introduction deleted, annotated ts., 1p.
Note relating to "scrapped" introduction, annotated ts., 1p. Also ms. notes, 3pp. 
F.12 Chapter I, ["The level light of a late afternoon ..."] 20pp., 2 copies. 
F.13 Chapter II,["Kew Gardens near Richmond on Thames ..."], paginated 21-45, 25pp. 3 copies. 
F.14 Chapter III, ["In 1917, under the influence of one of the greatest men ..."], paginated 46-67, 24pp., 3 copies. 
F.15 Chapter IV,["I was slowly beginning to emerge ..."] paginated 68-83, 16pp., 4 copies. 
F.16 Chapter XII,["In retrospect I do not feel ..."] paginated 1-33, 33pp., 3 copies. 
F. 17 "Chapters to be completed": Sheet listing chapters V - XVI, Carbon ts., and duplicate, 2pp.
Another sheet listing chapters XV-XVII, Carbon ts., 3 copies. 
F.18 Chapter V, ["The work on the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution ..."] paginated 84-115, annotated carbon ts., 32pp.
Box 15, Autobiography, 1950s., cont. 
F.1 Chapter VIII, "Madrid", ["The night train through South France ..."] paginated  VIII-1 to VIII-33, and 291-323, Annotated ts., 33pp. 
F.2 Chapter X, "Journey to India", paginated X-1 to X-29, and 361-389, Annotated ts., 29pp. 
F.3 Chapter XI, "To Peking and Hangchow Lake", ["I am by temperament a politician ..."] Annotated ts., paginated 390-414, 26pp. 
F.4 Chapter XII, "The Shores of Bali and the Hills of Haiti" ["The desire of every man, in the words of a certain famous politician…"]
Annotated ts., paginated 414b-434, 21pp. 
F.5 Chapter XIII, "Faust Returns to Heidelberg" ["There are not only religious cults. There are national cults ..."]
Heavily annotated ts., paginated 435-462, with ms. inserts and additions, 32pp. And holograph notes, 1p. 
F.6 Chapters V - XIV Incomplete carbon ts. draft. 
F.6 Chapter V, ["The work on the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution ..."], paginated 84-115, annotated ts., 32pp. 
F.7 Chapter VI, ["Since the New Society was in some measure to be planned ..."], paginated 116-140, annotated ts., 26pp. 
F.8 List of "Chapters Unwritten", Ts., lp. and 3 carbon tss., also annotated ts. indicating chapters VII-IX (formerly VII-X),
Germany, Russia, Spain. (Ts. version of list in previous box), ts., lp. 
F.9 Chapter X, ["In the autumn of 1935 Winnifred Holtby, still quite a young woman, had died ..."].
Originally paginated 141-164, revised to 1-24, Annotated ts., 24pp. 
F.10 Chapter XI (originally XII), ["In 1939, urged on by the American press…"], paginated 1-25, lightly annotated ts., 25pp. 
F.11 Chapter XII, ["In retrospect I do not- feel that I have anything to retract ..."], paginated 1-33,
lightly annotated ts., 33pp. And duplicate carbon ts., 33pp. 
F.12 Chapter XIII, ["As the Great War proceeded with increasing brutality ..."], paginated 1-34, lightly annotated ts., 36pp. 
F.13 Chapter XIV, ["Consistently I had held that, if the whole world was to be organized into a Great Society ..."],
paginated 1-14, lightly annotated ts., 15pp. And 4 carbon duplicates, 60pp. total. 
F.14 "List of Chapters Unwritten", Annotated ts., indicating chapters XV-XVII, India, China and Ideas, ts., lp. 
F.15-18 Incomplete Typescript.
F.15 Title Pages: Two carbon tss. with "An Autobiographical History of Our Own Times", added in ms., and another carbon ts., 3pp. 
F.16 Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night", Paginated IX-l to IX-36 and (in ms.) 324-360, Annotated ts., 37pp. and list of corrections, ms., lp. 
F.17 Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night", Carbon ts. of F.16 above with extensive ms. revisions and additions.
With note attached dated 24/11/1954, paginated 324-361, annotated carbon ts. and ms., 56pp. 
F.18 Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night", Retyped and further annotated version of F.16 above, Paginated 324-361,
annotated ts. and carbon ts., 74pp. 
F.19 Epilogue, marked "1st.", "2nd.", "3rd.", and "4th.carbon", Carbon ts., paginated 362-366, 4 copies, 24pp. total.
   
     
    Box 16, Autobiography, Typescripts from the 1950s, continued
F.1 Covering note for [unnamed] publisher, with reference to V.B.'s Testament of Experience, to be published "next year"
[i.e. note written in 1956], with reviews and biography attached, Duplicated ts., 4pp. [as F.11 in previous box]. 
F.2 Title Page [Philosopher's Travel Diary only], Contents list and Chapter I, "The Extraordinary Adventures of Dr. Faust",
Paginated 1-43, annotated carbon ts., 37pp. 
F.3 Chapter II, "Faust advises a would-be President; and is sunk at Sea", Paginated 44-87, annotated carbon ts., 46pp. 
F.4 Chapter III, "Planster of a Future Premier", Paginated 88-135a, annotated carbon ts., 48pp. 
F.5 Chapter V, "Faust in Gotham", Paginated 181-211a, annotated carbon ts., 39pp. 
F.6 Chapter VI, "The Third Reich", Paginated 212-256a, annotated carbon ts., 64pp. 
[A footnote indicates that this chapter is a condensation of two chapters in G.E.G.C.'s earlier book
Face of Revolution, published (New York, 1936) under the pseudonym "Michael John"].
Also material [from Face of Revolution?] for this chapter, Annotated ts. and carbon ts., 37pp, ms., 18pp. 
F.7 [Chapter VII," Faust in Moscovy"] 
Incomplete title page and pages 278-290a only. Annotated carbon ts., 39pp.
[The missing part of this draft was used in the revision below, Box 17, F.l]. 
F.8 Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night", Paginated 324-360b, annotated carbon ts., 87pp.,
with attached note by G.E.E.G. about reducing the manuscript. 

  
     F.9       Chapter X, "Journey to India",
               Paginated 361-389a, annotated carbon ts., 50pp.
     F.10           Chapter XI, "Faust goes to Peking and to
               Hang-chow Lake",
               Paginated 390-4l4b, annotated carbon ts., 41pp.
     F.11      Chapter XII, "In Bali and Haiti",
               Paginated 415-449, annotated carbon ts., 41pp.
     F.12      Chapter XIII, "Faust returns to Heidelberg",
               Paginated 450-473(originally paginated 435-453),
               Annotated carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.13      Epilogue
               Paginated 474-479(originally paginated 459-463),
               Annotated carbon ts., 7pp.
     
     F.14-F.22 Complete carbon typescript, Philosopher's Travel 
               and continued Diary,  marked "1st carbon"  into
               next box.
               [Annotation and pagination same as F.l-F.13
               above], Received in a box bearing the label 
               "Frank C. Betts,
               Literary and Editorial Agents, London".
     
     F.14      Preliminaries and Chapter I,
               Annotated carbon ts.,(as F.1 & F.2 above), 46pp.
     F.15      Chapter II, 
               Annotated carbon ts.,(as F.3 above), 46pp.
     F.16      Chapter III,
               Annotated carbon ts.,(as F.4 above), 48pp.
     F.17      Chapter IV, "Faust Among the Immortals",
               Paginated 136-180 (revision of Box 12, f.10),
               Annotated carbon ts., 59pp.
     F.18      Chapter V, "Faust in Gotham",
               Paginated 181-211a(as F.5 above),
               Annotated carbon ts., 39pp.
     F.19      Chapter VI, "The Third Reich",
               Paginated 212-256a,
               Annotated carbon ts., 64pp.
     
     
     Box 17    Autobiography, Complete typescripts of 1950s
               version, (cont'd.)
     
     F.1       Chapter VII, "Faust in Muscovy",
               Paginated 257-290b,
               Annotated carbon ts., 72pp.
     F.2       Chapter VIII, "Civil War in Madrid",
               Paginated 291-323a,
               Annotated carbon ts., 52pp.
     F.3       Chapter IX, "Walpurgis Night",
               Paginated 324-360b,(revision of F.7-8 above),
               Annotaed carbon ts., 87pp.,
               With G.E.G.C.'s note attached about reducing the
               length of the manuscript, lp.
     F.4       Chapter X, "Journey to India",
               Paginated 361-389a,(as F.9 above),
               Annotated carbon ts., 51pp.
     F.5       Chapter XI, "Faust goes to Peking and to Hang-chow
               Lake",
               Paginated 390-414b,(as F.10 above),
               Annotated carbon ts., 41pp.
     F.6       Chapter XII, "In Bali and Haiti",
               Paginated 414-449,(as F.11 in previous box),
               Annotated carbon ts., 4lpp.
     F.7       Chapter XII, "Faust returns to Heidelberg",
               Paginated 435-466(an earlier draft),
               Marked "Top copy -rough ... to be destroyed",
               Annotated carbon ts., 20pp.
     F.8       Chapter XIII, "Faust returns to Heidelberg",
               Paginated 450-473(as F.12 in previous box),
               Annotated carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.9       Epilogue
               Paginated 474-479(as F.13 in previous box),
               Annotated carbon ts., 7pp.
     
     F.10-F.13 4th. Carbon Typescript of Philosopher's Travel
               Diary,
               Annotated carbon ts., same as 1st. carbon above. 
     
     F.10      Preliminaries - Chapter III, 135pp.
     F.11      Chapter IV - VII, 231pp.
     F.12      Chapter VIII - X, 190pp.
     F.13      Chapter XI - Epilogue, 167pp.
               (Includes 2 versions of Chapter XIII).
     
     
     Box 18    Autobiography, Drafts from 1960s.
     
     F.1       Letter from Laurence [ ] regarding ms., 
               dated 1 January 1962, ALs, 1p.
               Also holograph notes headed "Autobiogr.II",
               ms.,13pp.
               Also two outlines which appear to belong to this
               draft:
               one headed "synopsis", ms., 2pp., and duplicate
               carbon ts., 2pp.,
               the second (later) headed "Autobiography", carbon
               ts., 2pp.and two duplicates.
     
     F.2 - F.9      Incomplete manuscript [1962?]
     
     F.2       Title page - "Autobiography" (still in "Faust"
               form),
               Chapter I,["It was 1928, I was then thirty two
               ..."] 
               Paginated 1-18, ms., 18pp.
     F.3       Chapter II, "The Great Depression"
               ["October,1930, found me in Llandudno ..."],
               Ms., paginated II 1 to II 29, 30pp.
     F.4       Annotated ts. of above version, 40pp.
               And duplicate carbon ts., 40pp.
     F.5       Chapter III, "The World of Letters",
               Paginated III 1 to III 25, ms., 25pp.
     F.6       Chapter IV,["On 1 July 1934, I was waiting in the
               entrance of the Ivy Restaurant ..."],
               Paginated 61-80, ms., 20pp.
     F.7       Chapter IV,["On the sunny evening of July 1, 1934,
               I was waiting in the entrance of the Ivy
               Restaurant ..."]
               Paginated IV-l to IV-28, ms., 28pp.
               [A revision of F.6?].
     F.8       Chapter V, "Stalin's Russia",
               Early draft, paginated [8]1-20, ms., 20pp.
     F.9       Chapter V, "Stalin's Russia",
               Later draft, incomplete, paginated 1-19, ms.,
               19pp.
     F.10      Annotated ts. of above version, incomplete,
               Paginated 1-20, 17pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts. of this version,
               Three copies, 64pp. total.
     F.11      Chapter VI, "Spain",
               Title page [from earlier version - see previous
               box]
               "VIII, Civil War in Madrid", carbon ts., 1p.
               Later draft, paginated 21-42, ms., 22pp.
     F.12      Chapter VI, "The Spanish Civil War",
               Revised draft of F.11 above,
               Paginated 1-28, ms., 28pp.
     F.13      Chapter VII, "Politics in Britain",
               Paginated 123-142, ms., 20pp.
     F.14      Chapter VII, "British Ploitics",
               Paginated 1-19, ms., 19pp.
               [A revision of F.13?]
     F.15      Holograph notes headed "Autobiog.",
               Ms., 7pp.
     F.16      Further notes for the autobiography and a
               fragmentary draft section,(Chapter II), 16pp.
     F.17      "Chapter for an Autobiography"
               [I can explain myself briefly ...],
               Ms. draft dated 14 January 1965, 5pp.
               Annotated ts. draft, same date, 7pp.
               And 4 carbon ts. duplicates, 28pp.
               Retyped version, carbon ts., 3pp. and 3 copies,
               9pp.
     F.18      Cuttings relating to Churchill and the War Years,
               [for Autobiography?], all c.1965, 7 items.
     F.19      Other cuttings, 1963-1965, 17 items.
     
     F.20 - F.27    Incomplete Manuscript [1963? 1965?]
     
     F.20      Chapter I, "First Years",
               Paginated 1-9, ms., 9pp.
     F.21      Chapter II, "School Days",
               Paginated 10-18, ms., 9pp.
     F.22      Chapter III, "Crash",
               Paginated 19-26, ms., 8pp.
     F.23      Chapter IV, "Religion",
               Paginated 27-32, ms., 7pp.
     F.24      Chapter V, "The Great War",
               Paginated 43-55, ms., 12pp.
     F.25      Chapter VI, "Oxford",
               Paginated 1-19, ms., 19pp.
     F.26      Chapter VII, "Love and Cornell",
               Paginated 1-13, ms., 13pp.
     F.27      Chapter VIII, "Prohibition and New Deal",
               Paginated 1-19, ms., 19pp.
     F.28      Chapter II/III [Later becomes Chapter V]
               [This section appears to fit between 
               f.4 and f.5 above.
               It is placed here because it provides the basis
               for what finally emerged as Chapter V].
               Chapter II, paginated 19-43, ms., 26pp.
               Chapter III, incomplete,[note says "pp.44-51
               thrown away"], paginated 52-60, ms., 9pp.
               And envelope marked "First draft, Auto,II,III,IV",
               postmarked May 1962.          
     F.29      Chapter II, "Beginings",["In the Spring of 1925
               ..."],
               Early [abandoned] section,
               Paginated 1-4, ms., 4pp.
     F.30      Chapter III, "Backroom Boy to Wilkie",[In early 
               1930 ..."],
               Early [abandoned] section, paginated 1-6, ms.,
               6pp.
     F.31      Chapter III, "Backroom Boy to Wilkie", 
               ["In 1930 I met Franklin Roosevelt ..."],
               Early section, paginated 1-6, ms., 6pp.
     F.32      Chapter V, "Tragedy and Triumph:
               Winston Churchill",
               Early [abandoned] section, paginated 1-5, ms.,
               5pp.
     F.33      Chapter 5 [earlier numbered as 7], "MacDonald and
               Mosley",
               Close to final (i.e. published) version,
               Paginated 156-216, annotated carbon ts., 61pp.
     F.34      Chapter VI, "Triumph and Tragedy: Donald McLean",
               Early [abandoned] section, incomplete,
               Paginated 1-7, ms., 7pp.
     
     
     Box 19    Autobiography, Drafts from 1960s.
     
     F.1       Chapter 6, "H.G. Wells and `The Realist'",
               Close to final version, [?1964-70, Harold Wilson
               "the present Prime Minister"],
               Paginated 217-254, Annotated carbon ts.,38pp.
     F.2       Chapter VIII, "More British Politics",
               [Sheppard section later becomes part of Chapter
               XIII],
               Paginated 144-156, ms., 13pp. & envelope.
               Also outline of Chapter VII -deleted, ms., 1p.
     F.3       Chapter X,["I was totally a political being ..."],
               [Later becomes Chapter VIII, Russia],
               Revised 3rd. carbon[see Box 16] of Chapter VII, 
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. with ms. and ts.
               inserts,
               Paginated 257-277b, 40pp.
     F.4       Chapter X,["I was totally a political being ..."]
               Carbon ts., 3 copies,
               Paginated 70-100, 93pp. total.
     F.5       Chapter X,["I was totally a political being ..."]
               Ts. version of F.4 above, annotated, 31pp.
               [Not yet final version].
     F.6       Outline of "Book Progress" [undated],
               Lists 11 chapters, corresponding approximately to
               the version which follows.
     
     F.7 - F.17     Incomplete manuscript [mid 1960s?]
     
     F.7       Chapter I,["Luck is a god who confutes ..."],
               Paginated 1-3, ms., 3pp.
     F.8       Chapter II,["In the Charter of the North Atlantic 
               Treaty Organization ..."],
               Paginated 4 -12, ms., 9pp.
     F.9       Chapter III,["In the winter of 1918 two 
               batallions ..."],
               Paginated 13-16, ms., 4pp.
     F.10      Chapter IV,["The time had come to be
               `disembodied'..."], 
               Paginated 17-21, ms., 5pp.
     F.11      Chapter V,["At Cornell I found that ..."],
               Paginated 22-32, ms., 11pp.
     F.12      Chapter VI,["Three things have chiefly concerned
               me in life ..."],
               Paginated 33-40, ms., 9pp.
     F.13      Chapter VII,["I decided to return to my own 
               country ..."],
               Paginated 41-57, ms., 17pp.
     F.14      Chapter VIII,["I have already mentioned that,
               fresh from directing a national investigation in
               the United States ..."],
               Paginated 1-15, ms., 15pp.
     F.15      Also typescript of above version,
               Paginated 8/1-8/13, ts., 13pp.
               And duplicate carbon typescript, 3 copies, 
               39pp. total.
     F.16      Chapter IX,["I well recall, on the top of 
               a London 'bus going to ..."],
               Paginated 1-15, ms., 15pp.
     F.17      Chapter XI,["The distinctive quality of the
               Spanish Civil War ..."],
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. with new ms.
               introduction and conclusion,
               Paginated 1-2(ms.), 291-323a, and 1p.(ms.)
               unpaginated,
               53pp. total.
     F.18      Chapter XIV[formerly IV], "Shipwreck",
               Paginated 1-9, ms., 9pp.
               Also holograph notes, 10pp.
     F.19      Chapter XVII,["I am in politics an extreme 
               Centrist ..."],marked "discarded text",      
               Ms., paginated 1-15 and another (opening) page,
               16pp.
     F.20      Chapter XIX, "Life's Conclusion"/"Anglo Saxony",
               Three different drafts of [final] chapter:
               (i) Untitled, ["In a book sponsored by the
               Brookings Institution ..."],
               (ii)"Life's Conclusion", ["In 1939 war came after
               twenty one years of peace ..."],
               [This paragraph indicates 1966 as the date of its
               composition],ms., 10pp.
               (iii) "Anglo Saxony",["One of the emptiest clich‚s
               of our times, not improved by repetition, is that
               politics is the science of the possible ..."],ms.,
               8pp.
     
     Autobiography, [mid-late 1960s draft], here entitled
     Campaign
     
               This version of the autobiography can be
               distinguished from earlier ones by its change of
               title (from Philosopher's Travel Diary), its
               dropping of the third person "Faust" device and by
               its use (in the earlier drafts) of "Proem I" and
               "Proem II" for the opening chapters (changed later
               to" Prologue I" and "II" and finally omitted
               entirely).
     
     F.21      Outline of "Campaign (very provisional title)",
               indicating "Proem I" and "Proem II"; III,
               " World War I"; IV,"Oxford";
               A total of 19 chapters,ms., 2pp.,
               With an [undated] draft letter on the verso of the
               first page to "Miss Stockwee" regarding
               publication of the autobiography,ms., 1p.
               Also ts. version of the contents table, lp. and 2
               duplicate carbon tss.
     
     F.22 & 23      Incomplete manuscript, partially revised.
     
               Typescripts of part of previous ms. version.
     F.22      Chapter I,["Luck is a god who confutes ..."],
               Ts., 5pp. and 3 carbon duplicates, 15pp., one
               lightly annotated.
               Chapter II,["In the charter of the North Atlantic
               Treaty Organization ..."],
               Paginated 6-19, ts., 14pp. and three carbon
               duplicates, 42pp., one lightly annotated.
               Chapter III,["In the winter of 1918 two batallions
               of the British Rifle Brigade ..."],
               paginated 20-25, ts., 6pp., and 
               2 carbon duplicates, 12pp.
     F.23      Chapter IV,["The time came to be
               disembodied'..."], Paginated 26-32, ts., 7pp., 2
               carbon duplicates, 14pp., and another carbon
               duplicate, heavily annotated with ms. insertions,
               19pp.
               Also 2 cuttings, San Francisco Chronicle, October
               1966.
               Chapter V,["At Cornell I found that ..."],
               Paginated 33-51, ts., 19pp., 2 carbon duplicates,
               36pp,
               Another carbon duplicate, lightly annotated,
               19pp.,
               A fourth carbon duplicate, entitled "The
               Prohibition Years", heavily annotated with ms.
               insertions, 22pp.
               Chapter VI,["Three things have chiefly concerned
               me in life ..."],
               Paginated 52-65, ts., and 3 carbon duplicates,
               42pp. total.
     F.24      Chapter I, "The Battle",
               ["As I write this .....Luck is a god who 
               confutes ..."],
               Another carbon ts.(as F.22), this one heavily
               annotated, 6pp.
               Also retyped version incorporating the revisions,
               Annotated ts., 8pp.
               3 duplicate annotated carbon tss., 24pp. total.
               1 duplicate carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.25      Chapter II, "The Presidents",
               ["In the charter of the North Atlantic Treaty
               ..."],
               Another carbon ts. (as F.22), this one heavily
               annotated, 17pp.
               Also retyped version incorporating the revisions,
               Paginated 9-29, annotated carbon ts., 21pp.
     F.26      Chapter III, "The Great War",
               ["In the winter of 1918 ..."],
               Another carbon ts., (as F.22), this one heavily
               annotated with ms. insertions, 14pp.
     
     
     Box 20    Autobiography, Drafts from the 1960s, continued.
     
     F.1       Chapter VI, "Scienza Nuova",
               ["Three things have chiefly concerned me in life
               ..."],
               Original ts. version of F.12 above, paginated
               86-105,
               Lightly annotated ts., 10pp.[lacking pp.88-89 & 
               102-104],
               Also 4 duplicate carbon tss., all lacking 88-89 &
               102-103, one unannotated, the others heavily
               annotated, 44pp. total.
     F.2       Chapter VII, "H.G. Wells and The Realist",
                ["I have already mentioned that, fresh from 
               directing ..."],
               Ts. version of F.14 above, with ms. insertions,
               Paginated 8/1 - 8/26, with retyped final section, 
               8/19 - 8/23, annotated ts., 30pp.
               Also retyped version, incomplete, paginated
               152-186,
               Annotated ts., 13pp.
               3 incomplete carbon duplicates of retyped version,
               42pp.
               Another incomplete carbon duplicate, heavily
               annotated, with ms. insertions, 13pp.
               Also handwritten note to typist, undated, APcs.
     F.3       Chapter IX, "Chelsea",
               ["I well recall, on the top of a London `bus
               ..."],
               Ts. version of F.15 above, with ms. insertions,
               Paginated 9/1-9/27, annotated ts., 28pp.  
               Retyped version, incomplete, annotated ts., 8pp.
               4 annotated carbon duplicates of retyed version,
               32pp.
     F.4       Chapter X, "Russia: To Moscow with Eaen"[error for
               "Eden"],
               ["I was, and am, totally a political being ..."],
               Retyped version of earlier typescript, 
               Paginated 70-101[incomplete?], ts., 27pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 82pp. total.
               Also additional page, 101a, ts., & 2 duplicate
               tss., 
               3pp. total.
               Another incomplete duplicate, heavily revised,
               marked "Printer's Copy", original pagination
               70-103,
               replaced by 215-251a, annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
               Retyped version, incomplete, 
               paginated 215-244, ts., 6pp.
               3 carbon duplicates, 18pp. total.
     F.5       Chapter XI, ["The distinctive quality of the
               Spanish Civil War ..."],
               Retyped version of earlier draft, paginated
               xl/1(260)-11/45, annoated ts., 45pp.
               Retyped version, incomplete, paginated 262-300,
               Annotated ts., 9pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 2 lightly annotated, 
               27pp. total
     F.6       Chapter XII, "Germany: From Leipzig Trial to
               Nuremberg Trial",
               ["June 30, 1934. At dinner in the Ivy Restaurant
               ..."],
               Paginated 1-21, ms., 21pp.[continues ms. draft
               above].
               Annotated ts. version of above draft, incomplete, 
               Paginated 301-333, 8pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss.of above version, 16pp.
               total.
               Another carbon ts. duplicate, heavily annotated,
               8pp.
               A duplicate carbon ts. page(301) and a ms. insert
               page(327a).
     F.7       Chapter XIII, "War and Wendell Wilkie",
               ["In 1936 I had a talk in the House of Commons
               ..."],
               Ms., paginated 1-15, 15pp.
               Annotated ts. version of above draft, incomplete, 
               Paginated 334-352, 9pp.
               4 duplicate carbon tss. of above version,
               annotated, 36pp. total.
               Variant final page (p.352), ts. and 3 duplicate 
               carbon tss.
     F.8       Chapter XIV, "Shipwreck",
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. version of ms. draft
               above,F.18.
               Paginated 1-13, 13pp., with ms. insert, 1p.
               3 retyped pages, paginated 353, 359 & 364, 
               Annotated ts., 3pp.
               Also 4 duplicates of retyped pages, 3 annotated
               & 1 unannotated, 12pp. total.
     F.9       Chapter XVI[formerly XIV], "India",
               [Part of this chapter is a rewritten version of
               Box 15, F.2 above],
               Ms. draft headed "Ch.XIV, The Independence of
               India",
               Paginated 1-21, 22pp.
               Incomplete ts., paginated 14/9-14/34, 18pp.
               Carbon duplicate of above ts., 18pp.,
               And another with annotations, 18pp.
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. pages marked
               "retype",29pp.
               Retyped version, annotated carbon ts., 
               Paginated 14/1-14/32 and 412-445, 28pp.
               And another carbon duplicate, annotated, 28pp.
     F.10      Chapter XV and XVI [rejected?] [incomplete],
               ["I left for India to visit China ..."] and
               ["The mental condition of the West today ..."],
               Ms., 17pp. and 3pp.
     F.11      Chapter XV, "Defeat"[Earlier entitled "London and
               War"],
               Copy of letter from The Earl Attlee giving Catlin 
               permission to publish letters, TL(car.),
               14 Feb.1967, 1p.
               Ms., paginated 1-22, 22pp.
     F.12      Chapter XV, "Defeat",
               Lightly annotated ts. of above version,
               incomplete,
               Paginated 15/2-15/36 and 366-388a(only early pages
               are double paginated), 15pp.
               Also duplicate carbon ts. with ms. insertions,
               further annotated, incomplete, paginated
               15/1-15/36 and 365-369
               (only early pages are double paginated), 20pp.
               [file continues in next page]
               And another duplicate annotated carbon ts.,
               lacking first page, paginated 15/2-15/36, 36pp.
               Two more incomplete annoated carbon duplicates,
               27pp.
               Rejected pages, 398 & 409, & carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.13      [Chapter XVI?] [rejected?]
               [A fragment, not received with the rest of the
               autobiographical material, concerning the Union of 
               Nations and with similarities to" The Unity of
               Europe and the Atlantic Community", Chapter XVI in
               the published version],
               Annotated ts., paginated 435d-464, 26pp.
     F.14      Chapter XVII, "Hobby Horses",
               [Becomes part of Chapter XV in published version],
               Ms., paginated 1-15, 16pp.
               With copies of two letters interleaved, from James
               Callaghan, 14 March 1966 and Harold Wilson, 10
               November 1966, TL(car.), 2pp.
               Also ts. version of ms. draft above, incomplete,
               Paginated 17/1-17/19, 7pp.
               And 2 incomplete carbon ts. duplicates 
               of above version,
               Paginated 17/1-17/19, 14pp.
               And another carbon ts. duplicate, 
               heavily annotated, 6pp.,
               And retyped pages, paginated 17/1-17/19 and
               447-465,
               Carbon ts., 9pp.
     F.15      Chapter XVIII, "Europe",
               Ms. draft marked "Alternative text rejected".
               Paginated 1-9, together with a page marked
               "Ch.XVI,p.19", ms., 10pp.
               Also a different ms. draft, paginated 1-17, 
               ms., 26pp.
               And ts. of a second ms. draft, incomplete,
               Paginated 18/1-18/35 and 449-519, 25pp.
               And duplicate carbon ts., incomplete, heavily
               annotated, paginated 18/1-18/37, 28pp.
               Also 3 more incomplete drafts and 
               some additional pages,
               Carbon ts., some annotated, 86pp.
     F.16      Chapter XIX, "The Grandeur of England",
               Incomplete ts. version of ms. draft in Box 13,
               F.17 above, here paginated 19/3-19/7, 5pp.
               Also two incomplete carbon ts. duplicates, one
               with ms. insertions, paginated 19/2-19/7, 17pp.
               And another duplicate carbon ts., paginated
               19/1-19/14 and 521-534, includes 2 ts. pages,
               18pp.
               total.
               Another ms., ts., and carbon ts. draft, paginated
               19/1-19/14 and 534/538, 10pp.
               And 2 carbon tss., retyped version, paginated
               522-538, 18pp. each, 36pp. total.
     F.17      Discards from an early ts., 
               paginated 406/18-613/29 and 426-663, 
               Incomplete carbon ts., lightly annotated, 53pp.
     
     
     Box 21    Autobiography, Campaign [c.1966-1967], Late
               drafts.
               Chapters revised before 1967 retype.
     
     F.1       Chapter II, "Prelude: The Presidents".
               Annotated version of Box 20, F.17,
               Annotated ts., paginated 9-29, 21pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., heavily and variously
               annotated, 63pp. total.
     F.2       Chapter III,["The Great War"],
               Annotated ts., incomplete, paginated 31-41, 7pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., heavily annotated, 21pp.
               Also holograph insert, 1p.
               And envelope marked "Old Texts, VI, Spain".
     F.3       Chapter lV, "Oxford",
               Annotated ts., paginated 42-58, 17pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., heavily annotated,
               51pp.total.
     F.4       [Chapter VII,"Chancellor of the Duchy"/"MacDonald
               and Mosley"],
               Annotated ts., incomplete, paginated 109-150,
               12pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., heavily annotated, 
               39pp. total.
     F.5       Addenda and Corrigenda,
               Ms. and duplicate carbon ts. with some annotation
               and ms. additions, 47pp.
               Almost complete typescript marked "Typed copy
               following box before final correction",
     F.6       Preliminaries:
               Title page reads "Campaign. Autobiography by
               George Catlin",
               Preface is dated 15 June 1967 and indicatea that
               there were two earlier versions of this book, the
               Faust Story and an undated 1950s version.
               Contents page lists 19 chapters,
               Annotated ts., 6pp.
               Addenda and corrigenda, annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.7       Chapter I, "Prologue: The Battle",
               Annotated ts., paginated 1-8, 10pp.
     F.8       Chapter II, "Prelude: The Presidents",
               Annotated ts., paginated 9-29, 15pp.
     F.9       Chapter III, "The Great War",
               Annotated ts., paginated 30-41a, 19pp.
     F.10      Chapter IV, "Oxford",
               Annotated ts., incomplete, paginated 42-55,
               15pp.,with pencilled annotations by E.F. Jacob.
     F.11      Chapter V, "The Prohibition Years",
               Annotated ts., paginated 59-85a, 34pp.
     F.12      Chapter VI, "Scienza Nuova",
               Annotated ts., paginated 86-107, 30pp.
     F.13      Chapter VII, "MacDonald and Mosley"[formerly
               titled "Oswald Mosley: Chancellor of the Duchy"],
               Annotated ts., paginated 108-151b, 53pp.
     F.14      Chapter VIII, "H.G. Wells and the Realist",
               Annotated ts., paginated 152-186, 39pp.
     F.15      Chapter lX, "Chelsea",
               Annotated ts., paginated 187-214, 36pp.
     F.16      Chapter X, "Russia: To Moscow with Eden",
               Annotated ts., paginated 215-259, 45pp.
     F.17      Chapter XI, "Spain: The Civil War",
               Annotated ts., paginated 260-300, 42pp.
     F.18      Chapter XII, "Germany:From Leipzig trial to
               Nuremberg Trial",
               Annotated ts., paginated 301-333, 41pp.
     F.19      Chapter XIII, "War and Wendell Wilkie",
               Annotated ts., paginated 334-352, 22pp.
     F.20      Chapter XIV, "Shipwreck",
               Annotated ts., paginated 353-364c, 15pp.
     F.21      Chapter XV, "Defeat",
               Annotated ts., paginated 365-411, 48pp.
     
     
     Box 22    Autobiography, Campaign,late 1960s, continued.
     
     F.1       Chapter XVI [formerly headed Chapter XIV],"The
               Independence of India",
               Annotated ts., incomplete, paginated 412-420,
               10pp.
     F.2       [Chapter XVI, "The Independence of India"],
               Continuation of F.1 above, annotated carbon ts.,
               and ts., paginated 421-446 and 14/10-14/29, 30pp.
     F.3       Chapter XVII, "Hobby Horses",
               Ts., paginated 447-469 and 17/1-17/22, 25pp.
     F.4       Chapter XVIII, "The Unity of Europe and the
               Atlantic Community",
               Annotated ts., paginated 470-520 and
               18/1a-18/4[other pages lack double 
               pagination], 53pp.
     F.5       Chapter XIX, "The Grandeur of England",
               Ts., paginated 521-538, 22pp.
     
     F.6-F.8   Carbon ts. draft, duplicate of previous version.
     
     F.6       preliminaries (preface dated 15 June 1967),
               And Chapters I-VIII, paginated 1-186,
               Annotated carbon ts., 188pp.
     F.7       Chapters IX-XII, paginated 187-333,
               Annotated carbon ts., 157pp.
     F.8       Chapters XIII-XIX, paginated 334-538,
               Annotated carbon ts., 215pp.
     
     F.9-F.17  Another carbon ts. duplicate of the version above,
               this one heavily annotated and marked "Printer's
               Copy". Roman chpater numbers have been changed in
               ms. to Arabic and there are printer's marks and
               annotations not in G.E.G.C.'s hand as well as
               annotations by the author. The pages have been
               renumbered in ms. to include the preface in the
               pagination.
     
     F.9       Preliminaries, Contents Page and Preface,
               The Contents page heavily annotated, changing
               Chapters 1 & 2 to "Prolgue: The Battle" and
               "Prologue: The Presidents", Chapter 8 to "H.G.
               Wells and "The Realist" and changing the titles of
               Chapters 16 and 18. The page is dated "Sat. 2nd.
               March"[and must therefore be 1968].
               The date 15 June 1967 at the end of the Preface
               has been deleted in manuscript.
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.10      Chapters 1-3,
               Paginated 4-58, 57pp.
     F.11      Chapters 4-6,
               Paginated 59-144, 85pp.
     F.12      Chapters 7-9,
               Paginated 145-275, 129pp.
               With a correction from the author dated 24 Nov.
               1967.
     F.13      Chapters 10-12,
               Paginated 276-405, 130pp.
     
     
     Box 23    Autobiography, Campaign, 1967-1968, continued.
     
     F.1       Chapters 13-15,
               Paginated 406-489, 84pp.
     F.2       Chapters 16-19,
               Paginated 490-633, 138pp.
     F.3       Corrigenda and Addenda,
               Ts. and carbon ts., 10pp.
               List of those to be sent early copies of the book,
               Carbon ts., 1p.
               Ms. draft of the preface, 2pp.
               3 letters to publisher(Hutchinson), September
               1967,
               And one to Ina[?], November 1967, ALs, 4pp. total.
               Also a memorandum headed Campaign, carbon ts.,
               2pp.
               And duplicate, 2pp.
     
     Catlin's original intention seems to have been to merely add
     an additional chapter to the 19 already marked up for the
     printer. However, the new chapter saw several drafts and
     eventually became
     Chapter 19 in a shortened version of the autobiography.
     
     F.4       Chapter XX, Le D‚fi,
               Ms. draft of additional chapter with attached
               newsclipping dated 14/10/67,4pp. 
               And photocopy of letter from Clem[Attlee], 
               TLs, 30 August 1967, 1p.
     F.5       Duplicate ts. of above draft,
               Annotated ts., 7pp.
               And two carbon ts. duplicates, 14pp. total.
     F.6       Retyped version, annotated ts., 8pp.
               Further retyped version, carbon ts., 7pp.
               And two additional copies, 14pp.
               Same version, annotated carbon ts., 7pp.
     F.7       Further retyped version, carbon ts., 6pp.
               Also 4 photocopies of this version, 24pp.
               Another carbon ts. of this version, annotated,
     6pp.
               And envelope.
     F.8       Chapter XX, Le D‚fi,
               Revised version, ms. draft of inserts, 2pp.
               And attached photocopy of letter from Lester
               Pearson,
               Ottawa, January 25 1968, TLs(photocopy), 4pp.
     F.9       Retyped version,
               Annotated ts., 8pp.
               And carbon duplicate, 8pp.
     F.10      Another carbon duplicate of above version,
               Heavily annotated, 8pp.
     F.11      Note [from Editor?] re. Chapter 20, 
               Ts., 1p.
     F.12      Preface
               Addition, other corrigenda and addenda,
               Ms., 8pp. & note, 1p.
     
     F.13-F.18      Incomplete ts., retyped from version in
               previous files, with the chapters now
               identified by ts. Arabic rather than Roman
               numerals.
     
     F.13      Title Page, Preliminaries(including undated
               Preface),
               and Chapters I("Prologue: The Battle") to 3("The
               Great War"),
               Lightly annotated ts., paginated 1-55, 58pp.
               With compliments note in G.E.G.C.'s hand, dated 
               26 March 1968.
     F.14      Chapters 4("Oxford") to 6("Scienza Nuova"),
               Lightly annotated ts., paginated 56-155, 99pp.
     F.15      Chapters 7("MacDonald and Mosley") and 8("H.G.
               Wells and `The Realist'"),
               Lightly annotated ts., 
               paginated 255-371 and 9/1-11/42, 116pp.
     F.16      Chapter 9("Chelsea") to Chapter 11("Spain:the
               Civil War"),
               Lightly annotated ts., 
               paginated 255-371 and 9/1-11/42, 116pp.
     
     
     Box 24    Autobiography, Campaign, 1967-1968, continued.
     
     F.1       Chapter 12("Germany: From Leipzig Trial to
               Nuremberg Trial"),
               Lightly annotated ts., 
               paginated 372-408 and 12/1-12/37, 37pp.
     F.2       Chapters 18("The Unity of Europe and the Atlantic
               Community") and 19("The Grandeur of England"),
               Lightly annotated ts.,
               paginated 569-663 and 561/1-613/29, 94pp.
     
     F.3-F.8   Duplicate carbon ts. of above version
     
     F.3       File folder with following annotation: "Campaign,
               4th.copy, Dec.1967".
     F.4       Preliminaries - Chapter 7(contents page indicating 
               only 19 chapters), paginated 1-216, 216pp.
     F.5       Chapters 8-12,
               Duplicate carbon ts., paginated 217-408.
     F.6       Chapter 13, "War and Wendell Wilkie",
               paginated 409-438 and 406/1-604/30,
               Chapter 14, "Shipwreck",
               paginated 439-453 and 14/1-14/15,
               Chapter 15, "Defeat",
               paginated 454-502 and 15/1-15/49,
               Chapter 16, "The Independence of India",
               paginated 503-540 and 16/1-16/38,
               Chapter 17, "Hobby Horses",
               paginated 542-568 and 17/1-17/27,
               All carbon ts., 156pp. total.
     F.7       Chapter 18, "The Unity of Europe and the Atlantic
               Community",
               paginated 569-634 and 561/1-561/66,
               Chapter 19, "The Grandeur of England",
               paginated 635-663 and 613/1-613/29,
               Carbon ts., 94pp. total.
     F.8       Chapter 20, "Le D‚fi",
               paginated 20/1-20/6, carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.9       Revised Table of Contents
               eliminating former chapters 1 & 2("Prologue:The
               Battle" and "Prologue: The Presidents"), inserting
               new Chapter 16("The Battle for the Minds of Men")
               and making Le D‚fi the final, 19th. chapter,
               Annotated carbon ts., 1p.
               Retyped version, carbon ts., 1p.
     F.10      Outline of [shortened?] autobiography, to be
               entitled The Citadel,
               Carbon ts., dated 22 October 1968, 1p.
               And annotated duplicate, 1p.
     F.11      Introduction to abbreviated autobiography,
               [The Citadel above?] for publisher,
               Carbon ts., [c.1969], 3pp. & a duplicate, 3pp.
     F.12      Corrigenda for Campaign,
               [Compiled by an editor?],annotated by G.E.G.C.,
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
     F.13      Campaign,
               "List for early copies", carbon ts., 1p.
               A cancelled section, paginated 612-613, 2 copies,
               and Le D‚fi section, 664-669, 12pp.
               Introduction for publisher, ms., 2pp.
               And corrigenda, ms., 14pp., ts., 5pp.
               Further corrigenda, ms., 12pp.
               Also note to Sheila Bush, dated 7 May 1968, ms.,
               2pp.
     F.14      Le D‚fi/Chapter XX,
               Two versions:
               One marked "Draft, not for press release", ts.,
               7pp.
               The other a carbon ts., 8pp.
               Also publicuty material, 11p., with envelope dated
               1968.
     F.15      Title Page [c.1970],
               Ms. draft and 2 duplicate carbon tss., 3pp.
     F.16      G.E.G.C.'s answers to "Queries on Libel raised by
               Rubinstein Nash",
               Ms., 5pp. & Carbon ts., 5pp.
     
     
     Box 25    Autobiography, [Campaign/For God's Sake, Go!]
     
     This annotated carbon ts., containing some chapters which
     appear in both earlier and later drafts and several
     duplicate chapters, includes some sections which do not
     appear in the final version. Internal evidence taken from
     the last chapter to be written ("Against the Break-Up")
     indicates a composition date no earlier than September 1971,
     making this a close to final but not yet final version.
     
     F.1       Letter to J.O. Plowright from G.E.G.C. re. the
               manuscript, dated 4 February 1971 but marked
               "delayed",
               TLs with ms. annotations, 2pp.
               Also list marked "Final Addenda, Chapter XVII", 
               ms., 2pp.
     F.2       Contents Page and Preface,
               From an earlier draft, listing the two "Prologue"
               chapters and ending with 19, "The Grandeur of
               England",
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.3       Chapter I, "Prologue: The Battle"[later
               abandoned],
               Incomplete annotated carbon ts., paginated 4-34,
               17pp.
     F.4       Chapter 3, "The Great War",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 35-55, 21pp.
     F.5       Chapter l, "The Great War",
               Duplicate of above version with chapter number
               changed in ms., 21pp.
     F.6       Chapter 2(earlier numbered 4), "Oxford",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 56-82, 27pp.
     F.7       Chapter II, "Oxford",
               Final version,
               Annotated ts., paginated 1-12, 12pp.
     F.8       Chapter 3,(earlier numbered 5), 
               "The Prohibition Years",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 83-122, 40pp.
     F.9       Chapter 3, "The Prohibition Years",
               Revised final version,
               Annotated ts., paginated 1-41, 41pp.
     F.10      Chapter 4,(earlier numbered 6), "Scienza Nuova",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 123-155, 33pp.
     F.11      Chapter 4, "Scienza Nuova",
               Revised, final version,
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 1-32, 32pp.
     F.12      Chapter 5,(earlier numbered 7), "Macdonald and
               Mosley",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 156-216, 60pp.
     F.13      Chapter 6,(earlier numbered 8), "H.G. Wells and
               `The Realist'",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 217-254, 38pp.
     F.14      Chapter 7,(earlier numbered 9), "Chelsea",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 255-286, 32pp.
     F.15      Chapter 7, "Chelsea",
               Duplicate of above version, 32pp.
     F.16      Chapter 8,(earlier numbered 10), "Russia:To Moscow
               with Eden",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 287-329, 43pp.
     F.17      Chapter 8, "Russia: To Moscow with Eden",
               Duplicate of above version, 43pp.
     F.18      Chapter 8, "Russia: To Moscow with Eden",
               "Spare pages" - retyped pages,
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp., each with 3
               duplicates, 6pp.
               [See also next box, F.8].
     F.19      Chapter 9,(earlier numbered 11),"Spain: The Civil
               War",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 330-371, 42pp.
     F.20      Chapter 9, "Spain:The Civil War",
               Duplicate of above version, 42pp.
     F.21      Chapter [10], (here numbered 12), "Germany: From
               Leipzig Trial to Nuremberg Trial",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 372-408, 37pp.
     F.22      Chapter 10,(earlier numbered 12), "Germany: From
               Leipzig Trial to Nuremberg Trial",
               Duplicate of above version, with chapter number
               changed in ms., 37pp.
     F.23      Chapter [11],(here numbered 13), "War and Wendell
               Wilkie",
               Carbon ts., paginated 409-438, 30pp.
     F.24      Chapter 11,(earlier numbered 13), "War and Wendell
               Wilkie",
               Duplicate of above version, with chapter numbers
               changed in ms., 30pp.
     F.25      Chapter [12],(here numbered 14), "Shipwreck",
               Carbon ts., paginated 439-453, 15pp.
     F.26      Chapter 12,(earlier numbered 14), "Shipwreck",
               Duplicate of above version, with chapter number
               changed in ms., 15pp.
     F.27      Chapter 13,(earlier numbered 15, then 14),
               "Defeat",
               (Later entitled "The Bombing of London"),
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 454-502, 49pp.
     F.28      Chapter [14],(earlier numbered 16, here numbered
               15),
               "The Independence of India",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 503-540, 38pp.
     F.29      Chapter 14,(earlier numbered 16), 
               "The Independence of India",
               Duplicate of above version, with chapter number
               changed in ms., 38pp.
     F.30      Chapter [15],(earlier numbered 17, here numbered
               14), 
               "Hobby Horses",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 542-568, with some
               duplicate pages, 39pp.
     F.31      Chapter 16,(earlier numberd 18), "The Unity of
               Europe and the Atlantic Community",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 569-634, 66pp.
               Also an additional section, annotated ts.,
               paginated 28-30, 3pp.
               And an incomplete duplicate of Chapter 16, carbon
               ts., paginated 595-615, 18pp.
     
     
     Box 26    Autobiography, [Campaign/For God's Sake, Go!]
               [1971-1972]. Close to final version in previous
               box, continued.
     
     F.1       Chapter [17],(here numbered 19), "The Grandeur of
               England" [later abandoned],
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, paginated
               664-669, 4pp.
     F.2       Chapter 17,(earlier numbered 19),"The Grandeur of
               England" [later abandoned],
               Duplicate of above with chapter number changed in
               ms., 29pp.
     F.3       Chapter 18,(earlier numbered XX), 
               "Whither"[later abandoned],
               Annotated ts. and carbon ts. marked "draft",
               paginated 1-29, 29pp.
     F.4       Chapter 20, Le D‚fi[later abandoned],
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 
               paginated 664-669, 4pp.
     F.5       Chapter [XVII],(here unnumbered), 
               "Against the Break-Up",
               Annotated carbon ts., paginated 1-51, 51pp.
               [This was apparently the last chapter written as
               there are references throughout to events occuring
               during 1971].
     
     Catlin's autobiography was finally published by Colin Smythe
     of Gerrards Cross, England, in 1972. This archive does not
     contain the final manuscript but only the preface,
     corrigenda and addenda relating to the published version.
     The published book, entitled For God's Sake, Go!, reverted
     to the Roman numbering of chapters and contained a total of
     17 chapters, commencing with  "The Great War"(I) and
     "Oxford"(II) and ending with "The Unity of Europe and the
     Atlantic Community"(XVI) and "Against the Break Up"(XVII).
     
     F.6       Notes for Autobiography [c.1969],
               Ts., 3pp., ms., 6pp.
     F.7       Holograph notes [c.1970], 7pp.
               And envelope.
     F.8       Rejected pages [c.1968],
               Carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.9       List of corrigenda/addenda [c.1970],
               Ms., 2pp. & duplicate ts., 2pp.
               And ms. inserts, 6pp.
               Also retyped pages, annotated carbon ts.,
               original and retyped pages from throughout the
               ms., 
               paginated 1-668, many duplicate copies, 171pp.
               And 2 envelopes.
     F.10      Footnote inserts [c.1969],
               Ms., 1p., carbon ts., 1p.
     F.11      Addenda and Corrigenda [undated],
               Carbon ts., 5pp. and 3 copies, 15pp.
     F.12      Addenda and Corrigenda [c.1971],
               Together with APcs to typist dated 17 Aug. 1971,
               And draft ALs to Colin Smythe, [undated],
               Also ms., one segment dated 13 Aug. 1971, 22pp.
               And duplicate carbon ts., 20pp.
     F.13      Further Addenda and Corrigenda [late 1971, early
               1972],
               Ms., 12pp.
               Carbon ts., many duplicates, 38pp.
               And annotated file folder.
     F.14      Retyped pages, all from VIII, 
               "Russia: To Moscow with Eden",
               Final version, carbon ts., 8pp., each with 3
               duplicates, 32pp. total.
     F.15      Retyped pages, all from IX, "Spain: The Civil
               War",
               Final version, carbon ts., 3pp., each with 3
               duplicates, 9pp. total.
     F.16      Preface, final version,
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp., dated 18 August 1971,
               Other addenda, carbon ts., 6pp.
     
     With the exception of Catlin's autobiography which saw many
     variations in title before it was finally published as For
     God's Sake, Go! and has been placed first in the manuscript
     series, all Catlin's book manuscripts, whether published or
     unpublished, have been arranged alphabetically by title.
     References are given from variant titles to the title
     finally selected.
     
     America to Judgement - see Wendell Wilkie
     
     Anglo-American Union?
     Macmillan, London, 1942.
     Pamphlet.
     
     Box 27
     
     F.1       Incomplete manuscript draft, 5pp.
     F.2       Incomplete carbon ts. draft, 8pp.
               And annotated carbon ts., 29pp.
     F.3       Title page and promotional material,
               Carbon ts., 4pp., and 2 duplicates, 8pp.
     F.4       Copy of the published pamphlet, 40pp.
     
     The Anglo-Saxon Tradition
     Kegan Paul, London, 1939.
     [American edition by Macmillan apparently entitled
     Anglo-Saxony and its Tradition]
     
     F.5       Correspondence concerning copyright,
               (References to both The Anglo-Saxon
               Tradition[British edition] and Anglo-Saxony and
               its Tradition[U.S.edition]), January-July 1939,
               Outgoing: 22 TL(car.)
               Incoming: 8 TLs and l ALs.
     F.6       Biographical and publicity material,
               Ms., 3pp.
               Carbon ts., (duplicate and triplicate copies of 2
               items), 7pp.
               Cutting of printed announcement, 1p.
     F.7       Instructions to Authors,
               Printed folder from McGraw-Hill, 4pp.
     F.8       Preliminary pages,
               Dedication, acknowledgements, addenda [for U.S.
               edition?], notes on set up,
               Ts. and carbon ts., some duplicates, one piece
               dated 
               16 May 1939, 28pp. total.
     F.9       Preliminary pages,
               Title page, contents list, title pages of various
               sections and outlines,
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.10      Preliminary pages,
               Contents list, foreword and dedication,
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.11      Preliminary pages,
               Title page and first page of prologue,
               Ms., 2pp.
     F.12      [Chapter VII], "Public Spirit",
               Draft, in two parts, separately paginated,
               Ms., 14pp. and 21pp.
     F.13      Conclusion,
               Early draft, incomplete,
               Ms., 5pp.
     F.14      Conclusion [complete?]
               Longer draft, sections I-IV, 
               dated 10 April 1939, 28pp.
     F.15      Part I, "Prologue", "The Anglo-Saxon Tradition and
               its Future",
               Apparently complete [although marked
               "incomplete"],
               Annotated carbon ts draft, sections i-x,
               Dated 2 September - 30 October 1938, 108pp.,
               And 2 title pages.
     F.16      [Rejected?] pages from an early draft, bearing
               variant title Anglo-Saxony and its Tradition,
               Carbon ts., 26pp.
     F.17      [Rejected?] pages from [another?] draft,
               Annotated ts. and annotated carbon ts., 50pp.
     F.18      Part I, "Prologue",
               [Final?] carbon ts.,
               Same draft as F.15 but more fully annotated,
               108pp. 
               & 1 title page.
     F.19      Part II, "The Notes of the Anglo-Saxon Tradition",
               Chapters I-VI, annotated carbon ts., 130pp.
     F.20      Part II,[Chapter VII], "Public Spirit",
               Carbon ts. marked "unchecked and incomplete"
               [although apparently complete], 25pp.
     F.21      Duplicate of F.20, 25pp.
     F.22      Part III, Conclusion,
               Sections i-iv [complete],
               Dated 10 April 1939, carbon ts., 32pp.
     F.23      Duplicate of F.22 but with annotations, 32pp.
     F.24      Envelope for the ms. from McGraw Hill addressed to
               G.E.G.C. in New York City, 28 March 1939.
     F.25      Uncorrected proof copy of The Anglo-Saxon
               Tradition in T. & A. Constable cover, dated 10
               June 1939,
               lacking index,  296pp.
     F.26      Index,
               Ms., 6pp.
               Carbon ts., 2pp. and cross references, 1p.
               Galley proofs of index, 2 leaves.
     
     
     Anglo-Saxon Union
     [Unpublished draft? Late 1930s/early 1940s]
     
     This ms. shows certain similarities to The Anglo-Saxon
     Tradition and to One Anglo-American Nation but, as it cannot
     be confidently linked to either of these published works, it
     has been treated as a separate entity in this guide.
     
     F.17      Book outline :"AngloSaxon Union(Title
               Provisional), Section Headings: Provisional",
               Ts., 3pp.
     F.18      Incomplete[?] ms. draft,
               Last page dated 30 October 1938,
               Ms., 72pp.
     F.19      Incomplete fragment headed 
               "I, The AngloSaxon Commonwealth",
               [These pages were not received with the material
               listed above but they appear to be of
               approximately the same date and their content
               relates closely to the other sections],
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.20      Incomplete ms. draft [the same book?] headed
               "I[The Humanist Background - deleted] Humanism",
               paginated 
               1-18,
               "[Chap - deleted] II [Liberalism - deleted]
               Freedom",
               paginated 1-21,
               Ms., 39pp.
               Although these pages were received with the
               material in F.16 and F.17 above, their contents
               show little similarity and they may perhaps be an
               incomplete draft
               of another book.
     F.21      Duplicate and related material:
               [Removed from the 1943 version of Catlin's
               autobiography],
               Outline headed "Anglo-Saxon Union/Union of the
               English-Speaking Peoples or the Foundations of
               AngloSaxon[dom -deleted]y",
               Gives section headings(provisional) for 24
               chapters, ms., 1p.
               Also outline and section headings, as F.16 above,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
               Note: The material in F.21 was accompanied by
               material relating to The Anglo-Saxon Tradition
               when received, q.v.
     
     Anglo Saxony and its Tradition - see The Anglo-Saxon
     Tradition
     
     Atlantic Civilization and Eastern Europe - see What Britain
     Wants
     
     The Atlantic Commonwealth 1969
     
     
     Box 28
     
     F.1       Chapter I,
               Ms., first draft, 16pp.
     F.2       Chapter II,
               Ms., first draft, 12pp. (paginated as 17-31).
     F.3       Chapter III,
               Ms., first draft, 14pp.
     F.4       Chapter IV,
               Ms., first draft, 13pp.
     F.5       Chapter V,
               Ms., first draft  and notes, 19pp.
     F.6       Chapter VI,
               Ms., first draft, 9pp.
     F.7       Chapter VII,
               Ms., first draft, 7pp.
     F.8       Chapters I - VII,
               Annotated carbon ts. with some [rejected] ts.
               pages,
               lacking first 3pp., 151pp.
     F.9       Chapters I - III,
               A duplicate of part of F.8,
               Annotated carbon ts., 79pp. with ms. additions,
               3pp.
     F.10      Chapters V & VI,
               "Spares" - annotated carbon ts., 33pp.
     F.11      Annotated carbon ts. pages, [rejected?] from
               various chapters, some duplicates, 65pp.
     F.12      Chapter III,
               Annotated ts., 21pp.
     F.13      Chapter IV,
               Annotated ts., 16pp., with envelope dated 5 June
               1968.
     F.14      Chapter V,
               Heavily annotated ts. with ms. insertions and
               additions, 27pp.
               And photocopy of the ts. pages, 20pp.
     F.15      Chapters I - III,
               Carbon ts., 56pp. & ms. notes, 3pp.
     F.16      Chapters I - V,
               Chapters I - III as F.15, with annotations,
               Chapter V is a photocopy of an annotated ts., 
               92pp. total,
               And envelope dated 5 June 1968.
     F.17      Chapters I - IV,
               As F.15 with additional carbon ts. chapter, 71pp.
     F.18      Chapters I - IV,
               Annotated ts., original of F.15-F.17 above,
               With further annotations, 71pp.
     F.19      Chapters I - V,
               Photocopy of F.18 above with additional chapter,
               92pp.
     F.20      Chapter I,
               Photocopy of part of F.19, 56pp.
     F.21      Chapter V,
               Photocopy of part of F.19, 21pp.
     F.22      Spare, rejected and additional pages,
               Carbon ts. and photocopies, 11pp.
     F.23      Letter from Alastair Buchan, Director of The
               Institute for Strategic Studies, regarding the
               book ms., 
               TLs., 1 August 1968, 2pp.
               Also photocopy of a letter to  The Times  from Sir
               Eric Wyndham White, 2 July [1968], 1p.
     F.24      Biographical material [for the dust jacket?],
               Annotated carbon ts., 1p.
               Also retyped version, annotated carbon ts., dated 
               20 June 1968, 1p.
     F.25      Chapters I - VII,
               [Final draft?],
               Annotated carbon ts., 146pp.
     F.26      Preliminaries
               Title page, Preface (dated 29 July 1968),
               And corrections suggested by Alastair Buchan,
               Ms. and carbon ts., 10pp.
     
     The Atlantic Community
     Coram (Publishers) Ltd., 1959
     
     This book is based upon One Anglo-American Nation, published
     in 1941 (q.v.). In this version it has a new introductory
     chapter.
     
     
     Box 29
     
     F.1       Complete manuscript of 1941[1942?] edition,
               annotated ts., 107pp.(with some insertions),
               Also Foreword by J.C. Wedgewood, annotated ts.,
               3pp.
               Author's note to American edition, carbon ts., 1p.
               Author's corrections, annotated ts., 4pp.
               Title and dedication pages, annotated carbon ts.,
               2pp.
               [With variant titles given as Together Again!,
               Anglo America as Basis of World Union and Can
               America and Britain Unite?
     F.2       Corrected pages from draft in F.1(1941/2) and list
               of 
               corrigenda for the 1959 edition,
               Ms., annotated carbon ts., & ts., 26pp.
     F.3       Outline of The Atlantic Community,
               Ts., 1p. and 3 duplicate carbon tss., 3pp.
     F.4       Complete manuscript of 1959 [given here as 1958]
               version, lacking new introduction and renumbering
               of chapters,
               Carbon ts., 158pp.
               Includes Wedgewood's introduction to the first
               edition as Appendix I, carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.5       Introduction to 1959 edition,
               Ms., 26pp. and note to the reader, ts., 1p.
               Also 4 annotated carbon tss., copies of the
               introduction, three complete, 37pp. each, one 
               incomplete, 18pp.
     F.6       Note to the reader and author's corrections for
               the 1959 edition,
               Carbon ts., 9pp.
     F.7       Reviewer's comments on One Anglo-American Nation,
               Duplicated ts., 3pp.
     
     
     Atlantic Union and the Common Market [1961]
     
     This book was based, so the author states in his preface, on
     three articles written for the Contemporary and Fortnightly
     Review with one additional section added.
     
     
     Box 29
     
     F.8       Preliminaries and dust jacket material,
               Preface, front cover, back cover, ms., 3pp.
               Also carbon tss. of the above, some duplicates,
               8pp.
     F.9       "Political Parties: Democratic Instruments or
               Religious Conventicles?",
               An essay for this collection, dated 2 June 1961,
               Ms., 13pp.
               Also carbon ts., 14pp.
     F.10      "Commonwealth of the Free World",
               An essay for this collection, dated 11 August
               1961,
               Ms., 4pp.
               Also annotated carbon ts., 5pp. and 3 annotated
               carbon duplicates, 15pp.
     F.11      "Science and the New Frontier",
               An essay for this collection, dated 22 February
               1961,
               Ms., 7pp.
               Also annotated ts., 8pp. & 4 annotated carbon
               duplicates, 32pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 11pp.
     F.12      "Atlantic Union and the Common Market"
               An essay for this collection, dated 6 December
               1961,
               Ms., 4pp.
               Also carbon ts., 5pp. and duplicate, 5pp.
               Another essay entitled "Atlantic Union", 
               carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.13      Corrections and insertions fro various chapters,
               Ms., & carbon ts., 15pp.
               Also a [draft?] notice about the book,
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.14      "Addenda to `Atlantic Union' Pamphlet,
               Annotated carbon ts., 1p. & duplicate, 1p.
     
     The Building of North America - see One Anglo-American
     Nation
     
     Can America and Britain Unite? - see The Atlantic Community
     and 
     One Anglo American Nation
     
     D‚tente
     [D‚tente and Sliding into War]
     [D‚tente and Atlantic Community]
     [Unpublished?] 1975.
     
     The numbering and ordering of the chapters in this
     manuscript changed frequently and, since there is no
     published version to use for a guide, the arrangement here
     accords with the numbering and ordering of the majority of
     the drafts.
     
     
     Box 29
     
     F.14      Newspaper cuttings relating to the research
               conducted for this book. Most date from 1972.
     
     
     Box 30
     
     F.1       Various ms. and ts. drafts of sections of the
               book;
               Also notes and rejected pages, 123pp. total.
     F.2       Notes for the book,
               Ms., 7pp.
     F.3       [Draft of introduction?]
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.4       Draft preliminaries, outlines and early sections,
               Ms., 43pp., ts., 2pp.
     F.5       Chapter I, "The Need for Leadership",
               Annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.6       Chapter II, "The French Tradition",
               Annotated carbon ts., 12pp.
     F.7       Chapter III, "The United States",
               Ms. draft, 9pp.
               Rewritten ms. draft, 6pp.      
     F.8       Chapter III, "The United States,I",
               Annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.9       Chapter IV, "United States, II",
               Ms., 1p.
               Ts. version of above & 2 carbon ts. duplicates, 
               3pp. total.
     F.10      Chapter V, "Russia and Detente",
               Ms., 7pp.
     F.11      Chapter V, "Russia and D‚tente",
               [variously numbered as "VII', "VI" and V],
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., marked "earlier
               text", 8pp.
               Revised version of this ts., also heavily
               annotated, with ms. insertions, 13pp.
     F.12      Chapter VI, "War While You Wait",
               Ms., 8pp.
     F.13      Chapter VI, "War While You Wait",
               [earlier numbered as "V"],
               Heavily annotated ts., 8pp., with ms. insert, lp.
     F.14      Chapter [VII] VI, "Nationalism and Peace",
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.15      Chapter VII, "Nationalism and Peace",
               [variously numbered as" VI", "VII" and" VIII"]
               Ts., 8pp. and duplicate carbon ts., 8pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 5pp. and
               ms. insertions, 2pp.
     F.16      Chapter VIII, "Ideologies and Principles",
               Ms., 9pp. [numbered as 8pp.]
     F.17      Chapter VIII, "Ideologies and Principles",
               Ts., 7pp. and 2 duplicate carbon tss.,
               14pp. total.
     F.18      Chapter [lX] V, "The Atlantic Community",
               Ms., 18pp.
               Also two incomplete variants [?], ms., 2pp. & 6pp.
     F.19      Chapter IX, "The Atlantic Community",
               Variously numbered as "V", "IX", & "X"]
               Annotated ts., incomplete, marked "early text",
               Duplicate carbon tss., one incomplete, 7pp., the
               other complete, 19pp.
     F.20      Chapter IX, "The Atlantic Community",
               Heavily annotated ts. and carbon ts. marked 
               "early text", incomplete,
               [includes ts. pages from F.19 version above], 7pp.
     F.21      Chapter IX, "The Atlantic Community",
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 4pp.
               And ms. inserts, 3pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, incomplete,
               6pp. & ms. inserts, 2pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., further retyped version,
               incomplete, 5pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., complete version of above
               draft, 12pp.
     F.22      [Unidentified section on the Common Market],
               Ms., incomplete, 16pp.
     F.23      [Chapter X], Appendix,
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.24      Preliminaries and Chapters I,II & III,
               Annotated carbon ts. dated 30 May 1975, 31pp.
               [Page numbering of Chapter III does not follow
               that of Chapter II].
     F.25      Chapters V & VI
               Annotated carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.26      Chapters VII, VIII & IX,
               Annotated ts., 34pp.
     F.27      Chapter X, Appendix, "The Principles of 1940",
               Annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
               Also annotated folder dated 2 September 1975.
     F.28      Correspondence relating to the publication of the
               book:
               TLs (copy) from Basil Blackwell, 13 June 1975, 1p.
               TLs(copy) from James Wright, 14 August 1975, 1p.
     
     Durkheim - see The Rules of Sociological Method
     
     Elementa Politica - see Systematic Politics: Elementa
     Politica et Sociologlica
     
     The English Political Tradition - see What Britain Wants
     
     Free World Commonwealth and Atlantic Community - this
     pamphlet has been included in the Articles section, q.v.
     
     The Fall of the West? A Challenge to Resistance - see
     Resistance
     
     The Foundation of Anglo-Saxony - see One Anglo American
     Nation
     
     The Face of Revolution
     Written under the pseudonym Michael John. 
     Published in New York, 1936.
     
     
     Box 52
     
     F.l       Early manuscript headed "Face of Revolution [or
               Revolution in Progress] by Michael John
               (alternative titles: `The Prince'by Michael John;
               `The Mighty in
               their Seats'; `The Educating of Michael John')",
               Title page, two different contents pages and ms.
               draft with ts. insertions, incomplete, 161pp.
     F.2       [Sample chapters?] in Curtis Brown covers,
               I, "The Revolution before Us",
               Ms., 8pp.
               "Das Dritte Reich",
               Ms., 7pp.
               "Black Shirt",
               Ms., 21pp.
               "The World Rulers",
               Ms., 14pp.
               [Untitled][ "One knows when one has crossed the
               German frontier ... "], ms.,(pencil draft), 15pp.
               "The Sound of the Grinding" [a draft first
               chapter?],
               Annotated ts., 25pp. & ms. notes, 1p.
     F.3       Another segment of the book,
               Ms., 29pp.
     F.4       Incomplete annotated typescript,
               paginated 68-309, 165pp., in blue cover.
     
     Foundation of Anglo-Saxony - see One Anglo American Nation
     
     The Fundamental Principles of Democracy
     [Unpublished?] [c.1950]
     This proposed volume includes one of Catlin's earlier
     articles and three earlier lectures.
     
     Box 30
     
     F.30      Chapter III, "On Democracy"
               Original manuscript, 17pp.
     F.31      Chapter IV, "On Freedom in the Christian State",
               Original manuscript, 18pp.
     F.32      Chapter V, "On Freedom of Worship and Toleration",
               [Later "On Toleration"],
               Original manuscript, 20pp.[paginated as 21pp.]
     F.33      Chapter VII, "The Meaning and Implication of
               Communism",
               Original manuscript, 15pp. with 1p. insert.
     F.34      [Chapter X], "Freedom from Fear II",
               [Later "On Freedom from Fear(2)"],
               Original manuscipt, 17pp. [paginated as 18pp.]
     F.35      [Chapter XI], "Freedom from Fear III",
               [Later "On Freedom from Fear(3)"],
               Original manuscript, 25pp. [paginated as 17pp.]
     F.36      [Chapter XII], "Abolition of Fear IV" 
               [Later "On Freedom from Fear(4)"],
               Original manuscript, 22p. [paginated as 19pp.]
     F.37      Chapter XIV, "Fragment on Sovereignty and Natural
               Law",
               Original manuscript, 18pp.[paginated as 15pp.]
     F.38      Chapter XVII, "Kierkegaard and Human Dignity",
               Slightly revised version of a lecture delivered at
               Copenhagen, September 1949,
               Annotated ts., 15pp., with insertions, 2pp.
     F.39      Chapter XVIII, "Personalism, Essentialism and
               Orthodoxy",
               [Later "Personalism"],
               Original manuscript, 16pp. with 1/2p. insertion
               and 
               3pp. insertion accompanying 1p. of typescript.
     F.40      [Chapter IX], "Freedom from Fear, Chapter I(i)",
               [Later "On Freedom from Fear(l)"],
               Annotated carbon ts., 40pp. with ms. additions,
               3pp.
     F.41      Contents lists,
               Carbon ts., 1p. & 2 duplicates,
               Also note from typist dated 9 May 1953, TLs, 2pp.
     
     
     Box 31    The Fundamental Principles, cont.
     
     F.1       Chapter I, "Civilization, Culture and T.S. Eliot",
               [Later "Culture, Civilization and T.S. Eliot"],
               Annotated carbon ts., 24pp. and 2 duplicates,
               48pp. total.
               With covering notes from typist dated May 1950 and
               envelope, also postmarked May 1950.
     F.2       Chapter IX, "Freedom from Fear, Section (l)",
               Annotated ts., [the original of F.40 above but
               differently annotated. The revised version which
               follows incorporates the revisions made to this
               version], 40pp.
     F.3       Chapter IX, "Freedom from Fear, Section (l)",
               Revised version, annotated carbon ts., 55pp.,
               And 2 duplicates, 110pp. total,
               With covering notes from typist dated June 1950
               and envelope, also postmarked June 1950.
     F.4       Chapter X, "Freedom from Fear, Chapter II",
               [Later "On Freedom from Fear(2)"],
               Ts., marked "top copy of 2 rough preliminary
               copies", 38pp.,
               Also duplicate carbon ts., 38pp.
               With note from typist dated 11 March 1950 &
               envelope.
     F.5       Chapter X, "Freedom from Fear, Section 2",
               Revised version of F.4 above, carbon ts., 42pp.,
               And 2 duplicates, 84pp. total, with envelope dated 
               4 July [1950?].
     F.6       Chapter XII, "Freedom from Fear, Section 4"
               Annotated ts., marked "rough top" and with the
               preliminary annotation:"The substance of this
               address was delivered at the Nouvelles Equipes
               Internationales Conference at Saarbrucken, Easter
               1950", 43pp.
               With ms. insertion, 2pp.
     F.7       Chapter XII, "Freedom from Fear, Section 4",
               Revised version of F.6 above, carbon ts., 52pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 104pp. total, with envelope.
     F.8       Chapter XVII, "Kierkegaard and Human Dignity",
               Carbon ts., 25pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 50pp. total,
               With envelope dated 21 July 1950.
     F.9       Preliminaries and Preface,
               - G.E.G.C.'s ms. instructions to the typist, 1p.
               - Title page, contents page and draft preface, 
               ts., carbon ts. and ms., 7pp., preface dated 29
               July 1950,  
               - Revised version of contents and preface, carbon
               ts., 7pp.
               - Title page and 2 contents pages, carbon ts.,
               3pp.
     F.10      [Rejected?] pages, [Chapter XIV],
               3 versions of p.18 in multiple copies,
               Annotated ts., 1p. & carbon ts., 9pp.
     F.11      Preliminaries and Preface,
               [Incomplete] [final?] carbon ts., 7pp.
               And ts. title page, stamped by N.Y. agent.
     F.12      As F.11, 7pp. with Chapater I attached, annotated
               carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.13      Chapter III [Chapter II deleted in Contents
               Table],
               Annotated carbon ts., 31pp.[paginated as 28b.].
     F.14      Chapter 1V,
               Annotated carbon ts., 36pp.
     F.15      Chapter V,
               Annotated carbon ts., 44pp.
     F.16      Chapter VII,
               Annotated carbon ts., 32pp.
     F.17      Chapter X,
               Carbon ts., 42pp.
     F.18      Chapter XI,
               Annotated carbon ts., 57pp.
     F.19      Chapter XII,
               2 drafts of this chapter, the first is an earlier
               version of F.6 above, annotated ts., 43pp.,
               The second is another carbon ts. of F.7 above,
               52pp.
     F.20      Chapter XIV [Chapter XIII deleted in Contents
               Table],
               Annotated carbon ts., 34pp.
     F.21      Chapter XV[XV1 in Contents Table, Chapter XV is
               deleted],"Goethe and the Fight for Human Values",
               Offprint of published article, no source given,
               16pp.
     F.22      Chapter XVll,
               Carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.23      Chapter XVIII,
               Carbon ts., 37pp.
     
     Garland for America - see Wendell Wilkie
     
     The Grandeur of England and the Atlantic Community
     
     [Unpublished?] [1965] Published in U.S.A. as The Stronger
     Union [1966]
     
     
     Box 32
     
     F.1       Draft outline of the book, dated 10 July 1964,
               Carbon ts., 2pp. and 2 duplicates, 4pp.
               Also introduction[?] or promotional material[?]
               for the book,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.2       Complete manuscript, lacking contents table,
               Annotated ts., 210pp., with 2 brochures from 1961
               included.
     F.3       Duplicate of F.1 above, with contents table,
               Annotated carbon ts., 210pp. & preliminaries.
     F.4       Part I of manuscript marked "Personal Copy",
               "Master Copy":
               Chapters I - X, annotated carbon ts., 130pp.
               Also [rejected?] pages and preliminaries, most in
               multiple copies, 27pp.
     F.5       Part II of manuscript marked "Personal Copy",
               "Master Copy":
               Chapters XI -XIV, annotated carbon ts., 111pp.
               [paginated as 131 -210].
     F.6       Complete manuscript with 2 preliminary pages,
               Annotated ts., 325pp. & 2pp.
     F.7       Apologies, contents table, corrigenda and rejected
               pages,
               Carbon ts., 23pp.
     F.8       Complete manuscript with corrigenda, apologies and
               some preliminary pages, same draft as F.6 above,
               Carbon ts., 325pp. & 19pp.
     
     
     Box 33    The Grandeur of England, cont.
     
     F.1       A carbon duplicate of F.8 above, 325pp, with a
               corrected passage in ms. & ts., 4pp.
               Also a covering letter [not sent?] from G.E.G.C.
               to George Cunningham at Labour Party Headquarters,
               dated 3/7/1965, TLs, 1p.
     F.2       Rejected pages from various drafts,
               Chapters I - XIV, ts. and carbon ts. with some
               annotations, 301pp.
     F.3       Rejected pages, ts. & carbon ts., with some
               annotations, 84pp.
     F.4       Rejected pages, ms., ts., and carbon ts. with some
               annotations, 243pp.
     F.5       Rejected pages, ms., ts., & carbon ts.,
               with some annotations, 206pp.
               Also 2 printed leaflets.
     F.6       Complete manuscript, annotated and marked up for
               the printer, 325pp. and preliminaries, 8pp.
     F.7       Material relating to the American version of this
     book,
               The Stronger Union.
               Includes TL(car.) of letter to Hawthorn Books, 31
               May 1966, 3pp. and addenda and corrigenda, ms. and
               carbon ts., 43pp.
               Also envelope postmarked 29 March 1966.
     
     In the Path of Mahatma Gandhi
     Macdonald & Co., London, 1948.
     [See also the "Indian Autobiography" section of Catlin's
     autobiography, Box 12].
     
     
     Box 34
     
     F.1       Outline of book proposal,
               Ts., 1p.
               And 2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp.
     F.2       [Introduction?] [Promotion?]
               Ms., 1p.
     F.3       Portions of text [rejected?],
               With variant chapter headings and pagination,
               Ms., 11pp.
     F.4       Rejected pages (all marked "d"), from various
               sections,
               Ms., 12pp.
               Also an announcement of a lecture series by the
               National Peace Council, Mch/April 1948, 1 leaf.
     F.5       Final annotated ts., with notes for printer,
               Part I, pages numbered 1-65 with ts. and ms.
               preliminaries, 7pp.
     F.6       Final annotated ts.,
               Part I, continued, pages numbered 66-192, 126pp. 
     F.7       Final annotated ts.,
               Part II, pages numbered 193-267, 74pp., with title
               page, 1p.
     F.8       Final annotated ts.,
               Part III, pages numbered 268-407, 139pp., with
               title
               page, 1p.
     F.9       Index,
               Annotated carbon ts., 11pp. and duplicate, 11pp.,
               Printed page proofs, 7pp.
     F.10      Illustrations,
               6 sets of photographs for the book, each 4 leaves.
               Also covering letter from the publisher, TLs, 25
               March 1945.
     F.11      Addenda,
               Ms. and carbon ts., some duplicates, 31pp.
     F.12      Addenda,
               Revised foreword and additions, including new 
               final  chapter, for copy sent to India,
               ms. & ts., some duplicates, 67pp.
     F.13      Promotional material,
               Draft of material for flaps, annotated ts., 1p.
               Galleys of flap material and 10 duplicates,
               2 drafts of publication announcement, duplicated
               ts., 2pp.
               Printed publication announcement and order form,
               1p. & 
               3 duplicates with envelope dated 2 June 1948.
     F.14      Reviews,
               One copied from The Sunday Standard (Bombay), May
               30 1948, ts., 4pp.
               Carbon ts., a different original, 4pp. and 4
               duplicates, 16pp.
               Also review copied from Books of Today, July
               [1948?],
               Ts., 5pp. and duplicate, 5pp.
     
     Is Britain in Europe? - see What Britain Wants
     
     Kissinger's Atlantic Charter
     Colin Smythe, Gerrards Cross, 1974.
     
     
     Box 53
     
     F.1       Preliminaries:
               Title page, contents list, preface and dedication,
               Ms., ts. and carbon ts., 9pp.
     F.2       Chapter I, "From Bryce to Kissinger",
               Ms., 13pp.
               Annotated ts., 12pp. and duplicate carbon ts.,
               12pp.
               Insert section, ms., ts., and a duplicate carbon
               ts., 4pp.
     F.3       Chapter II, "Atlanticism:The Present",
               Note re. corrections,
               2 incomplete ms. drafts, 33pp. total.
     F.4       Chapter II, "Atlanticism: The Present",
               "Early Draft", incomplete, annotated ts., 20pp.
               Later draft, incomplete, annotated ts., 20pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts. of above with additional pps.
               inserted, 25pp.
               Additional pages, ms., ts., and carbon ts.
               versions, 8pp.
     F.5       Chapter III, "The Fork in the Road",
               Insertions for Chapters I, II, and III,
               Ms., 2pp, duplicate ts., 2pp, and 2 duplicate
               carbon tss., 4pp.
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. draft including some
               duplicates and retyped pages, 25pp.
               Retyped version, annotated ts., 21pp.
               Further retyped version, annotated ts., 18pp. and
               4
               carbon duplicates, 72pp.
     F.6       Chapter IV, "Atlanticism: The Future"
               [Later entitled "The Erosion of Ideology"],
               Ms. draft, 15pp.
               Annotated ts., 16pp.
               Insert, ms., cutting and photocopy with retyped
               version, multiple copies, 8pp.
     F.7       Chapter V, "Summary: From Bryce to Kissinger"
               [Later entitled "Kissinger and the Atlantic
               Charter"],
               Inserts, ms., 3pp.
               Portions of 2 early drafts, ms. and annotated 
               carbon ts., 35pp. & 35pp.
     F.8       Chapter V, "Summary: From Bryce to Kissinger"
               [Later entitled "Kissinger and the Atlantic
               Charter"],
               Ts., incomplete, 20pp. [mispaginated as 14pp.]
               Carbon ts., incomplete, 19pp. and 2 duplicates
               [both
               misnumbered], 40pp. total.
     F.9       Chapter V, "Summary: From Bryce to Kissinger"
               [Title crossed through here],
               Annotated ts., 42pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts. with 
               new title in ms.:
               "Kissinger and the Atlantic Charter".
     
     On Political Goals - see What Does the West Want?
     
     One Anglo-American Nation
     Andrew Dakers, London, 1941
     See also The Atlantic Community
     
     
     Box 34
     
     F.15      Correspondence relating to this book, including
               letters from Curtis Brown Ltd. and Martin Secker
               and Warburg, 5 TLs., Jan.-March 1941 and a TL(car)
               from Catlin, 11 March 1941.
     F.16      Preliminaries and publicity,
               Ms. & ts., 5pp.
     F.17      Incomplete Manuscript [1941],
               Early draft of title page, contents, foreword and 
               Chapters II, III, IV and V,
               Ms., 37pp.
     F.18      Early Manuscript,
               Draft letter to George Brett re. publishing the
               book [undated],
               Draft letter to Elizabeth Wellington re. typing
               the book,
               Synopsis, Chapter I -VI, 2 different chapters
               marked as Chapter VIII, & Chapters IX & X, ms.,
               139pp. with 4pp. carbon ts.
     F.19      Carbon ts. and ms. fragments from various early
               drafts, mostly preliminary pages and publicity
               material (including variant title Can America and
               Britain Unite?), 24pp.
               Also letter from typist dated 20 March 1941.
     F.20      Early typescript[complete?],
               Preliminaries, Contents, Introduction/Chapter I(2
               versions) and chapters II - XI(Conclusion),
               Annotated carbon ts., and ts., 256pp.
     
     
     Box 35    One Anglo-American Nation, cont.
     
     F.1       Incomplete typescript (entitled The Foundation of
               Anglo-Saxony),
               Chapters I, III, IV, V, VI, & XI,
               Annotated ts. and carbon ts., 122pp.
     F.2       Preliminaries and Introduction, also Chapter I,
               Various drafts (Including the variant title The
               Foundations of Anlo- Saxony or The Building of
               North America or Western Union),
               Ts. and carbon ts., some duplicates, 108pp.
     F.3       Incomplete typescript,
               Chapters II(2 versions, multiple copies),
               annotated ts. & carbon ts., & III - VII, annotated
               carbon ts., 
               197pp. total.
     F.4       Incomplete typescript,
               Chapters II, III(2 versions), IV, V, VI, VII(2
               versions), VIII, IX(changed to VIII) and X,
               Annotated carbon ts. with ms. insertions, 269pp.
     
     F.5-F.10  Incomplete typescript,
               [Apparently part of the 1941 version but perhaps
               rejected. These chapters do not appear in The
               Atlantic Community revision].
     
     F.5       Chapter VIII, "The Vital Issues for Atlantic
               Civilization", carbon ts., 20pp. and two
               duplicates, 40pp. total.
     F.6       Chapter IX, "What About Germany?",
               Ts., 13pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 13pp.
     F.7       Chapter X, "The Present Limits of Achievement",
               Ts., 6pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.8       Part III, "Western Union and the Atlantic
               Community",
               Chapter XI, "Stability in the West",
               Ts., 6pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.9       Chapter XII, "One Anglo-American Nation?",
               Ts., 12pp.
     F.10      Chapter XIII, "Review",
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     
     "Pacifism, Marxism and Peace" - see War and Democracy
     
     The Place of England in European Civilization - see What
     Britain Wants
     
     The Permissive Way
     [[Unpublished?][c.1969-1970]
     
     
     Box 52
     
     F.5       Outlines [for propective publisher]
               Early draft, carbon ts., 1p. & duplicate.
               List of copyright passages from Marcuse, ms., 3pp,
               ts., 1p. and 2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp.
               Outline, carbon ts., dated 12 June 1969, 2pp.
               And a covering letter from a prosective publisher,
               1970, carbon ts., 1p. and duplicate, 1p.
     F.6       Early manuscript,
               Title page and contents page, ms., 2pp.
               Also duplicate typed contents page [rejected?].
     F.7       Chapter I,[untitled], incomplete,
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.8       Chapter II, "The Young",[incomplete?],
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., paginated 6 -19, 15pp.
               Also another draft [of this chapter?], paginated
               6-9, 4pp.
     F.9       Chapter III,[untitled], [incomplete?],
               Marked "First Draft",
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.10      Chapter III, "Herbert Marcuse",
               A later draft, paginated 1-21a,
               Ms., 22pp.
     F.11      Chapter IV, "Isaiah Berlin",
               Paginated 1-22,
               Ms., 23pp. and an additional ms. page.
     F.12      Chapter VI [there is no extant Chapter V],"The
               Super-Prophets and Media Acolytes",
               Paginated 1-12, 14pp.
     F.13      Later draft,
               Chapters I-IV, incomplete carbon typescript with
               ms. insertions,
               Also some duplicates and newspaper clippings
               interleaved, 99pp., in blue folder marked
               "Permissive Way, Early Text".
     F.14      Chapter VII, "In Summary",
               [This concluding chapter appears to have been
               written after the later draft above],
               Ms., 12pp.
               And a note for the typist.
     F.15      Chapter VII, "In Summary",
               Ts., duplicate of ms. version above, 20pp.
               And another carbon ts. duplicate, 20pp.
     
     
     Political and Sociological Theory and its Applications
     University of Michigan Press, [1965?]
     Book based upon the Walker-Ames Lectures, delivered at the 
     University of Washington, February 1964.
     
     Box 36
     
     F.1       Chapter I,
               "Political Science and War",
               Ms., 21pp.
     F.2       Chapter II,
               "Political Science and Democracy",
               Notes and rejected pages, 4pp.,
               Early draft, incomplete [from this Chapter or 
               Chapter III?], 5pp.,
               Ms., 22pp.
     F.3       Chapter III,
               "Political Philosophy and the First Amendment",
               Outline of original lecture dated 11 March 1964,
               2pp.
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.4       Chapter IV,
               "The Third Culture: The Role of the Social
               Sciences in Education",
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.5       Chapter V,
               "Political Science: Does it Exist?",
               Ms., 10pp.
     F.6       Notes relating to the lectures,
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.7       Preliminaries and Preface,
               Annotated carbon ts., 3pp., dated 26 March 1964.
     F.8       Chapter I,
               "Political Science at War",
               Annotated carbon ts., 40pp.
     F.9       Chapter II,
               "Political Science and Democracy",
               Annotated carbon ts., 41pp.
     F.10      Chapter III,
               "Political Philosophy and the First Amendment",
               Annotated ts., dated 4 January 1964, 28pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 28pp. total,
               Slightly revised version, carbon ts., 28pp.
     F.11      Chapter IV,
               "The Third Culture: The Role of the Social
               Sciences in Education",
               Carbon ts., dated January 1964, 28pp. & additional
               page, in duplicate, 2pp.
     F.12      [Chapter V], "Political Science: Does it Exist?",
               Annotated carbon ts., 16pp. & envelope.
     F.13      Incomplete carbon ts.,
               Duplicate pages, some with ms. revisions, 276pp.
     F.14      Addenda and Corrigenda,
               Ms., 3pp.,
               Carbon ts., 11pp. (including duplicates).
     F.15      Galley Proofs, incomplete, uncorrected, 23pp.
     F.16      Page proofs, corrected, 37pp.,
               And preliminaries, 3pp.
     
     
     Politics/Science of Politics
     [Unpublished?][Cornell, late 1920s]
     [Not Science and Method of Politics nor A Study of the
     Principles of Politics]
     
     
     Box 53
     
     F.10      Portion of ms. draft,
               Headed "IV, Society and Community, s.i",
               Ms., 23pp. & envelope.
     F.11      Portion of ms. draft,
               Headed "s.vii" [and including other sections],
               Ms., 38pp.
     F.12      Portion of ts. draft [rejected],
               Headed "III, Politics and Ethics, s.i",
               Paginated 155 to 197, annotated ts., 42pp.,
               And duplicate carbon ts., 42pp.
     F.13      Portion of ts. draft,
               Headed "III, Politics and Ethics; Scientific
               Method and Democratic Theory",
               [A later version of F.12 above],
               Paginated 155 to 197, annotated ts., 44pp.
     F.14      Portion of ts. draft,
               [Further annotated version of part of F.13 above],
               Annotated ts., 13pp., 
     F.15      Portion of ts. draft,
               Headed "III, i",
               Paginated (in pencil) 125-137,
               Annotated ts., 13pp.
     F.16      Portion of ts. draft,
               Headed "ii, The State",[Chapter V],
               Paginated i-xv and i-xiii,
               Ts. with ms. and carbon ts. insertions, 32pp.,
               With carbon ts. duplicate of first section, 15pp.
               and envelope.
     F.17      Portion of ts. draft,
               Headed "IV, The Structure of Society, s.i,
               Political Physiology",
               Paginated 199-211,
               Annotated ts., 12pp.
     F.18      Notes and Outlines,
               Ms., 35pp.
     F.19      Notes and Outlines,
               Ms., 22pp.
     F.20      Outlines, fragments and rejected pages,
               Ms. and ts., 44pp.
     F.21      Cover for ms. marked "Science of
               Politics/Politics,s.i., Politics and History".
     F.22      Cover for ms. marked "Politics s.ii" and Cornell
               envelope.
     
     
     The Power Theory of Politics - see The World War of 1960
     
     Preface to Action 1934
     
     
     Box 38
     
     F.1       Research material including a letter from Freda
               White,
               League of Nations Union, January 24 [1932?], 
               Als, 1p. & cuttings.
     F.2       Preliminaries,
               Title page, Contents list, publisher's note and
               Foreword,
               Ms., 4pp. and carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.3       Foreword and Introduction, incomplete,
               Ms. and annotated ts., 19pp., 
               And envelope dated January 1933.
     F.4       Introduction, various drafts,
               Ms., and annotated ts., 25pp.
     F.5       Foreword and Introduction,
               Carbon ts., with note from typist dated April
     1933,
               16pp. total.
     F.6       Section II(i) - rejected,
               Annotated ts., 21pp.
     F.7       Sections II & III,
               Ts. and carbon ts. pages, 58pp.
     F.8       Preliminaries,
               I(iii), "The Economic Impulse" and
               I(iv), "The Power Impulse", 
               Carbon ts., some duplicate sections, 143pp. total.
     F.9       I(v), "The Religious Impulse", II(i), "What is the
               Community", III(ii), "The Religion of Toryism",
               Ts. and carbon ts., some duplicate sections, 
               103pp. total.
     F.10      III(ii), "The Religion of Toryism",
               Ms., 9pp. & variant, 1p.
               Retyped pages, annotated ts., 4pp., and duplicate
               carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.11      III(iv), "The Religion of Communism",
               Various drafts,
               Ms., 14pp.
               Another draft, ms. and annotated carbon ts., 11pp.
               New opening pages, ms., 2pp.
               Another draft, ts. and carbon ts., 35pp.
               Another draft, carbon ts., 8pp.
               Back cover of folder and envelope [November
               1932?].
     F.12      III(vi), "The Conclusion of it All",
               Ms., 20pp.
     F.13      Retyped, rewritten and rejected pages,
               Various chapters, ms., ts., & carbon ts., 45pp.
     F.14      Comments on the ms. by C.B., Ithaca,
               26 February 1933,
               Letter and list of comments, ms., 55pp. total.
     F.15      Setting Copy,
               Preliminaries to (iv), "The Power Impulse",
               Annotated ts., consecutively numbered, in blue
               pencil,
               151pp. & 1p.
     F.16      Setting Copy, continued,
               (v) "The Religious Impulse" to the end of the ms.,
               Annotated ts., consecutively numbered in blue
               pencil,
               Pages 152-378.
     
     
     Rabindranath Tagore
     
     Critical essay written for Fabbri Brothers of Milan,
     publishers, 1967.
     
     
     Box 36
     
     F.17      Copy of publishing contract, 
               carbon ts., [undated], 2pp.
     F.18      Ms., dated 29 November 1967, 18pp.
     F.19      Annotated ts., 29 November 1967, 25pp.
     F.20      4 duplicate carbon tss. of F.19, 100pp. total and
               envelope.
     
     
     Resistance
     [Unpublished?][1951]
     Originally entitled The Fall of the West? A Challenge to
     Resistance
     
     
     Box 36
     
     F.21      The Fall of the West? A Challenge to Resistance
               "First Version", 190pp.
     F.22      Synopses and outlines in triplicate and some 
               [draft?] sections for Longman's, 20 July 1951,
               Ms., ts., cartbon ts., 115pp. total.
               Also a letter returning a ms. from Ronald
               Plumstead
               of Blanford Press, 14 August 1956.
     F.23      Resistance,[former title deleted],
               Annotated carbon ts. with ms. "Proem" addition,
               201pp. and annotated file folder.
     F.24      Resistance,[a later draft],
               All ms. except ts. "Proem" section,
               Ms., 142pp., ts., 7pp.
               There are 2 versions of Chapter VIII.
               Also a letter from the typist dated 6 December
               1951.
     
     
     Box 37    Resistance, continued.
     
     F.1       Resistance,
               Annotated ts., lacking "Proem" and first chapter,
               156pp.
     F.2       Resistance,
               Carbon ts. prelims, 5pp. & duplicate; "Proem" &
               duplicate and (annotated) Chapter VI, 93pp. total.
     F.3       Resistance,
               Complete annotated ts. in soft brown covers, pages
               not
               consecutively numbered, 278pp.
     F.4       Resistance,
               Complete carbon ts. in soft brown covers marked
               "revised ms." with ms. annotations and additions,
               pages not consecutively numbered,
               carbon ts. with ts. and ms. additions, 299pp.
     F.5       Resistance,
               [Final version?], continuously paginated, carbon
               ts., 304pp.
     F.6 & F.7 Two further copies of F.5.
     
     
     The Rules of Sociological Method by Emile Durkheim, edited
     by G.E.G.C.
     University of Chicago, 1938 [& subsequent reissues]
     
     
     Box 39
     
     F.1       G.E.G.C.'s notes on Durkheim,
               Ms., 6 cards & 3pp.
     F.2       Various drafts of Catlin's introduction,
               And some research notes, ms., 23pp.
     F.3       Later draft of the introduction,
               Ms., 16pp. & supplementary/rejected pages, 8pp.
     F.4       Title page, contents table, ms., 2pp.
               Preliminaries, carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.5       Sections of Catlin's introduction,
               Ts., & carbon ts., 11pp.
     F.6       Sections of the translation of Durkheim's text,
               Ts. and carbon ts., with annotations by G.E.G.C.,
               and by another hand [one of the translators?],
               101pp.
     F.7       The full translated text of Durkheim's Rules,
               together with a preliminary outline, preface and
               the author's
               introduction,
               Ts. and carbon ts., with annotations [by the
               translator?], 230pp.
     F.8       Galley proofs, introductory pages only,
               unannotated, 21pp.
     
     
     The Science and Method of Politics
     Kegan Paul, London, 1926.
     Knopf, New York, 1927.
     [Based upon Catlin's doctoral dissertation, Cornell, 1924].
     
     
     Box 42
     
     F.1       Part I: 
               i."What History Is"
               ii."The Methods of the Historians"
               iii."The Uses of History"
               2 title pages for this section and carbon ts.,
               70pp.
     F.2       Part II:
               i."The Possibility of a Political Science" 
               ii."The Place of Politics among 
               the Social Sciences"
               iii."The Process of Politics"
               Complete carbon ts. with occasional annotations,
               paginated as pp.69-276, 207pp.
     F.3       Part I
               Another carbon of the F.l version,
               Complete ms. with overall title page
               and Preface dated New York, 24 July 1926,
               Annotated carbon ts., 75pp.
     F.4       Part II
               Another carbon ts. of the F.2 version, 207pp.
     F.5       Slip cover made for the manuscript.
     
     
     The Story of the Political Philosophers
     McGraw-Hill, New York and London, 1939.
     
     
     Box 39    Early [rejected] ms. drafts of sections of the
               book.
     
     F.9       [Chapters IX & X]
               Fragments from an early draft,
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.10      [Chapter IX] - Locke section,
               Ms., 18pp.
     F.11      [Chapter X] - Burke Section,
               Ms., 18pp.
     F.12      [Chapter X], "The Early Radicals" - Thomas Paine
               section,
               Ms., 8pp.
     F.13      [Chapter X] - William Godwin section,
               Ms., 18pp.
     F.14      [Chapter XI] - Bentham section,
               Ms., 17pp. [mispaginated as 16pp.].
     F.15      [Chapter XI] - Bentham section,
               Marked "First Draft" [although F.14 appears to be
               earlier].
               Ms., 10pp.
     F.16      [Chapter XI] - Bentham section [later draft],
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.17      [Chapter XXII] - Bertrand Russell Section,
               Ms., 6pp.
     
     Early [rejected] ms. & ts. drafts of sections of the book.
     
     F.18      [Chapter X] - Burke section,
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.19      [Chapter X] - Burke/ Price/Priestley section,
               Ms., 3pp.
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.20      [Chapter X] - Paine section,
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.21      [Chapter X] - Montesquieu and Burke sections,
               Annotated carbon ts., 16pp.
     F.22      [Chapter X] - Godwin section,
               Ms., 4pp.,
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.23      [Chapter XI?] - Hume section,
               Ms., 4pp.
     F.24      [Chapter XI] - Bentham section,
               Annotated carbon ts., 16pp.
     F.25      Chapter XX, "Laski, Strachey",
               Heavily annotated ts., many pages marked "retype",
               [Incomplete?], 31pp.
     F.26      [Chapter XXII] - Russell section,
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.27      [Chapter XXII] - "Conclusion and Prospect",
               Annotated carbon ts., 3pp.
     
     Later draft manuscript of the book.
     
     F.28      Chapter I, "Introductory",
               Ms., 47pp.
     F.29      Chapter II, "Plato",
               Ms., 53pp.
     F.30      Chapter III, "Aristotle",
               Ms., 39pp.
     F.31      Chapter IV, [The Hellenistic Age and the Coming of
               Rome],
               Ms., 27pp.
     F.32      Chapter V, [The Roman Empire],
               Ms., 28pp.
     F.33      Chapter VI, [The Middle Ages],
               Ms., 66pp.
     F.34      Chapter VII, "Renaissance and Reformation",
               Ms., 52pp.[paginated from end to begining].
     
     
     Box 40    The Story of the Political Philosophers, cont.
     
     F.1       Chapter VIII, "Thomas Hobbes",
               Ms., 45pp.
     F.2       Chapter IX, "Locke and the Social Contract",
               Ms., 54pp.
     F.3       Chapter X, "The American and French Revolutions:
               Montesquieu, Jefferson, Burke and Paine",
               Ms. and annotated ts., 49pp.
               [lacking concluding Godwin section].
     F.4       Chapter XI, "the Early Urtilitarians: Jeremy
               Bentham",
               Ms., 32pp.
               [pagination is 1-18 and 35-48, the section on
               Bentham himself is lacking. The draft in F.15
               above would seem to fit here but it is not
               paginated nor marked as section iii].
     F.5       Chapter XII, "The Later Utilitarians: James and
               John Stuart Mill",
               Ms., 34pp.
     F.6       Chapter XIII, "Individualists and Anarchists",
               Ms., 36pp.[mispaginated as 35pp.].
     F.7       [Chapter XIV], "Jean Jacques Rousseau",
               Ms., 49pp. [paginated as 50pp. but with p.39
               lacking].
     F.8       Chapter XV, "George Hegel",
               Ms., 30pp.
     F.9       Chapter XVI, "The Post-Hegelian Conservatives",
               Ms., 36pp.
     F.10      Chapter XVII, "The Post-Hegalian
               Conservatives(cont.):
               Treitschke",
               Ms., 26pp.
     F.ll      Chapter XVIII, "Marx and his Predecessors",
               Ms., 83pp.
     F.12      Chapter XIX, "Kautsky, Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin",
               Ms., 42pp.
     F.13      Chapter XX, "Laski and Strachey",
               Ms., 44pp., paginated with 4 introductory pages,
               unpaginated and 6 addenda pages, also unpaginated,
               54pp. total.
     F.14      Chapter XXI, "Internationalism & Fascism",
               Ms., 34pp.
     F.15      Chapter XXII ["Conclusion and Prospect"],
               Begins with Auguste Comte,
               Ms., 36pp.
     
               Typescript of the book, with some ms. drafts,
               incomplete.
     
     F.16      Preliminaries, Preface and Contents,
               Ms., 4pp.,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.17      Preliminaries:
               List of other publications, carbon ts., 1p.
               Speculum Mentis, lp. [later placed facing p.404]
     F.18      Preliminaries:
               List of possible illustrations, 
               Ms., lp., carbon ts., lp., with duplicate.
     F.19      Chapter I, "Introductory",
               Annotated carbon ts., 44pp.
     F.20      Chapter II, "Plato",
               Annotated carbon ts., 45pp.
     F.21      Chapter III, "Aristotle",
               Annotated carbon ts., 40pp.
               Also part of the original ts. of this draft,
               heavily annotated ts., 2pp.
     F.22      Chapter IV, [The Hellenistic Age and the Coming of
               Rome],
               Carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.23      Chapter V, [The Roman Law and the Christian
               Fathers],
               Lightly annotated carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.24      Chapter VI, [The Middle Ages],
               Carbon ts., 50pp.
     
     
     Box 41    The Story of the Political Philosophers, cont.
     
     F.1       Chapter VII, "Renaissance and Reformation",
               Carbon ts., 40pp.
     F.2       Chapter VII, "Thomas Hobbes",
               Annotated carbon ts., 39pp.
     F.3       Chapter lX, "Locke and the Social Contract",
               Annotated carbon ts., 50pp.
     F.4       Chapter X, "The American and French Revolutions:
               Montesquieu, Jefferson, Burke and Paine",
               Annotated carbon ts., 54pp.
     F.5       Chapter XI, "The Early Utilitarians: Jeremy
               Bentham",
               Annotated carbon ts., 
               [lacking Bentham section, see
               F.24, Box 39 above], 17pp.
     F.6       Chapter XII, "The Later Utilitarians: James and
               John
               Stuart Mill",
               Annotated carbon ts., 29pp.
     F.7       Chapter XIII, "Individualists and Anarchists",
               Annotated carbon ts., 33pp.
     F.8       Chapter XVI, "The Post-Hegelian Conservatives:
               Carlyle to Bosanquet",
               Annotated carbon ts., 34pp.
     F.9       Chapter XVII, "The Post-hegelian
               Conservatives(cont.):
               Treitchke",
               Annotated carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.10      Chapter XVIII, "Marx and his Predecessors",
               Annotated carbon ts., 78pp.
     F.11      Chapter XIX, "Kautsky, Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin",
               Lightly annotated carbon ts., 60pp.
     F.12      Chapter XX, "Laski, Strachey",
               Carbon ts., annotated with marginal word
               count, 43pp.
     F.13      Chapter XX, "Laski, Strachey",
               Original ts.(incomplete) of above draft,
               Heavily revised and annotated,
               With carbon ts. of retyped pages,
               ts. and carbon ts., 25pp.
               With ms. notes [unrelated?], 15pp.
     F.14      Chapter XX1, "Internationalism and Fascism",
               Annotated carbon ts., 57pp.
     F.15      Chapter XXII, "Conclusion and Prospect",
               Annotated carbon ts., 39pp.
     F.16      Index
               Annotated carbon ts., 17pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 34pp.
     F.17      Comments on the manuscript from readers:
               -Note from the London Library containing
               information,
               ALs, undated, 1p. & envelope,
               -Copy of letter [to Mr. Kelly] from C.H. McIlwain,
               Ts., April 28 1938, 3pp.
               -Letter from Hendrik Willem van Loon,
               TLs, lp., with attached review, carbon ts., lp.
               And copy of letter to President Roosevelt,
               Carbon ts., Dec. 9 1939, 1p.
               -Comments on the book in 2 hands,
               One lp., the other 5pp., both unsigned and
               undated,
               -Note [copy?] to "Evan" [E.F. Durbin] from
               G.E.G.C.,
               ALs, [1939?], 1p.
               -Note [copy?] to "Henry"[H.H. Price] from
               G.E.G.C.,
               ALs, 29 iv [1939?], 4pp.
               -Note to Miss Worthington [secretary] from
               G.E.G.C.,
               ALs, [1939?], 1p.
     F.18      "Addenda et Corrigenda"
               "one copy for transmission to Longanesi, Milan",
               Ms. draft, 4pp.
               [original of F.19 below]
     F.19      "Addenda et Corrigenda"
               Annotated ts., 11pp.
               And carbon ts. duplicate, 11pp.
     F.20      [Rejected] pages from various drafts,
               Ms., ts., and carbon ts.,
               Some with extensive annotations,
               Includes also an interleaved announcement of a
               Fabian Society meeting to be held 6 January 1937,
               122pp.
     F.21      Publicity
               Prepublication notice printed by McGraw Hill,
               [1939?], 2pp., 11 copies.
     
     Page Proofs of the First Edition:
     
     F.22      Part I, Chapters I - VIII,
               Page proofs, complete.
     F.23      Part II, Chapters IX - XIII,
               Page proofs, complete.
     F.24      Part III, Chapters XIV - XXI,
               Page proofs, complete.
     F.25      Part IV, Chapter XXII,
               Page proofs, complete.
     
     The Stronger Union - see The Grandeur of England and the
     Atlantic Community
     
     A Study of the Principles of Politics; Being an Essay
     towards Political Rationalization Allen and Unwin, London,
     1930.
     
     
     Box 43
     
     F.1       Preface,
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp. with 2 copies of carbon
               ts. insert, 2pp., dated July 1929, and covering
               note from University of Sheffield Library,
               February 1973, 1p.
     F.2       Part I
               Chapter I, "Scientific Method in Politics",
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., 42pp.
     F.3       Chapter II, "The Definition of Politics",
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., 5lpp.
     F.4       Chapter III, "The Laws of Politics: Attempts at
               Formulation",
               Heavily annotated carbon ts., 43pp.
     F.5       Part II
               Chapter IV, "Liberty and Authority",
               Heavily annotated ts., 66pp.
     F.6       Chapter V, "Conflict and Solidarity",
               Heavily annotated ts., 49pp.[paginated as 48pp.].
     F.7       Chapter VI, "Balance and Convention",
               Heavily annotated ts., 58pp.
     F.8       Chapter VII, "Equality and Status",
               Heavily annotated ts., 72pp.
     F.9       Chapter VIII, "Individual and Society",
               Heavily annotated ts., 9lpp.[pagianted as 89pp.].
     F.10      Index,
               Carbon ts.,[first draft?], 31pp.
     F.11      Index,
               Heavily annotated ts., 31pp.
     F.12      Index,
               Page proofs of the last pages of the book and the
               index, 24pp.
     F.13      Review of Science and Method of Politics, to be
               used
               on the dust jacket of Principles of Politics, 
               carbon ts., 1p.
     
     Systematic Politics: Elementa Politica et Sociologica
     University of Toronto Press, 1962, reprinted 1965.
     
     
     Box 43
     
     F.14      [First Draft?]
               Chapters I, II & IV,
               Also a page from a preface [On Political
               Goals,1958],
               Ms., 71pp.
     F.15      [First Draft?]
               Chapter III,
               Appears to have been removed [rejected?] from F.14
               - page numbering is consecutive,
               Ms., 13pp.
     F.16      "Rough Draft",
               [Typed version of first draft],
               Chapters I, II and III(later becomes IV),
               Annotated ts., 70pp. & folder.
     F.17      "Second Draft",
               Chapters I - III,
               Annotated ts., 79pp. & folder.
     F.18      [Second Draft],
               As F.17 but with some pages retyped,
               Ts., 79pp. in binder with 2 lose pages of notes.
     F.19      [Second Draft],
               Carbon ts. of F.18, 79pp.
     
     
     Box 44    Systematic Politics, cont.
     
     F.1       Chapters IV, V, & VI - Various Drafts
               The "Forms of Government" section of the book,
               Variously ordered and titled,
               Ms. & ts., 153pp.
     F.2       Chapter IV, "Democracy and Tyranny",
               Annotated ts. in binder,
               With substantial ms. additions, 28pp.
     F.3       Chapter V, "Aristocrarcy and Oligarchy",
               Ms. & ts. pps., various drafts, 44pp. total.
     F.4       Chapters VI, VII, VIII & IX,
               Ms. and ts. pps., various drafts, 96pp. total.
     F.5       Chapters VII, "Agencies of Authority",
               Annotated ts. in binder, 12pp.
               Also ms. & ts. pps. relating to the second half of
               the book, 16pp. total.
               [Same ms. draft as F.2 above].
     F.6       "Part II" - second half of the book, including
               drafts of Chapter VIII,
               Ms. & ts., 85pp. total and folder.
     F.7       Preface
               Early draft, "London, 1958", ms., 4pp.
               Annotated ts. version of this draft, 21 February
               1958, 6pp.
     F.8       Appendix,
               An additional section [later rejected],
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
     F.9       Preface, 
               Later version,
               Ms., 3pp.,
               Annotated ts., "draft", 4pp.,
               Ts., 4pp. and duplicate carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.10      Chapter I,
               Draft of the opening pages,
               Ts., 6pp. and 5 duplicate carbon copies, 25pp.
               total.
     F.11      Chapters I - IV,
               Carbon ts. in binder marked "Elementa Politica I",
               118pp.
               With 6 loose ms. pps., and 5 duplicates of one
               [rejected?] rs. page.
     F.12      Chapters V - VII,
               Carbon ts. in binder marked "Elementa Politica
               II",
               pp. 119-162.
     F.13      Chapters I - VII,
               Duplicate carbon ts. of F.ll and F.12 above,
               162pp.
     F.14      Chapters I - III,
               Another duplicate carbon ts. of F.11 above, but
               this has substantial annotations and revisions,
               92pp.
               Also batch of retyped pages, each with 3 copies
               and annotations and some ms. additions, 31pp.
               total.
               Also 2 index cards with notations and file folder.
     
     
     Box 45    Systematic Politics, cont.
     
     F.1       Chapters I - VII,
               Another duplicate carbon ts. of F.11 and F.12
               above,
               but this with some retyped pages, 162pp.
               Also cutting [1958] and ms. note, 1p.
     F.2       Chapters I - IV, incomplete,
               More carbon duplicates of F.11 and F.12 above,
               Many pages with additional annotations,
               Carbon ts., pp. 1-27, 1-70, 107-139(in duplicate)
               & 6 variant pps., 175pp. total.
     F.3       "Elementa Politica", "Master Copy",
               Chapters I - IV,
               Annotated ts., 139 numbered pps. and insertions.
     F.4       Retyped version of F.3, "3rd. Copy" [final
               draft?],
               Chapters I - IV,
               Annotated carbon ts., 180pp.
     F.5       Continuation of F.4 [final draft?],
               Chapters V - IX,
               Annotated carbon ts., 
               Chapters V - VIII paginated 181-473 
               And Chapter IX paginated 1-56, total of 248pp.
     F.6       Preliminaries and Addenda,
               Preface dated  October 1961,
               Ms., ts. annotated ts. & annotated carbon ts.,
               Some multiple copies, 67pp. & a newsletter.
     F.7       "Final Addenda List",
               Ms., 40pp.
     F.8       Comments and Corrigenda [not by G.E.G.C.],
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
     F.9       Further Comments and Corrigenda (by H.H.P.),
               Ms., 8pp.
     F.10      Preface, Addenda and Corrigenda,
               Ms., ts., annotated ts. and annotated carbon ts.,
               Also some cuttings and a TLs(15 May 196l) from
               Shirley (containing a book reference), 158pp.
               total.
     F.11      Preface to Second Edition and addenda, 
               dated 23 November 1963, 
               Carbon ts., lp. and duplicate, 1p.
     F.12      Preface to Japanese translation of Systematic
               Politics,
               dated 3 November 1970, 
               Carbon ts., 7pp.
     
     This Man Wilkie and his Republican Rivals - see Wendel
     Wilkie
     
     Together Again! Anglo-America as Basis of World Union 
     see The Atlantic Community
     
     The Union of the West 
     Being a dialogue on Peace between Mark, his wife Frederica
     and their son, Simon. [Unpublished?] 1942
     
     
     Box 46
     
     F.l       Outline of proposed book,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.2       Chapter I, "Must We Despair of Democracy?"
               Ms. draft, 19pp., with covering letter [undated]
               from A.C. Spencer-Hess, ALs, lp.
     F.3       Chapter II, "The Mirror of the Future",
               Ms. draft, dated 30 March 1942, 20pp.
     F.4       Chapter III, [untitled - later "The Tradition of
               the West"],
               Ms. draft, 22pp.
     F.5       Chapter IV, "The League of Nations and World
               Order",
               Ms. draft, 19pp.
     F.6       Chapter V, "What About Russia?",
               Ms. draft, 20pp.
     F.7       [Chapter VI], [Untitled - later "Is There
               Democracy in the West?"],
               Ms. draft, dated 30 March 1942, 21pp.
     F.8       Chapter VII, "The Economics of Collaboration and
               Rivalry",
               Ms. draft, 22pp.
     F.9       Chapter VIII, [untitled - later "The State of
               Public 
               Opinion"],
               Ms. draft, 19pp.
     F.10      Chapter IX, "Constitutions and Institutions",
               Ms. draft, 21pp.
     F.11      Chapter X, "Anatomy of the Collapse of the West",
               Ms. draft, 19pp.
               Also a title page for the Union of the West,
               Ms., 1p.
     F.12      Chapter XI, [untitled - later "The Remedies of
               Democracy"],
               Ms. draft, 14pp.
     F.13      Chapter XII [later XIII], "The Common Ground of
               Communism and Christianity",
               Ms. draft, 19pp.
     
     F.14-F.15 Complete [final?] Manuscript
     
     F.14      Outline of proposed book, as F.l, carbon ts., 3pp.
               Title page and preliminaries, carbon ts., 6pp.
               Chapters I - V, annotated carbon ts., 126pp.
     F.15      Chapters VI - XIII,
               Annotated carbonts. with occasional ms.
               insertions, 181pp.
               [Chapters as in ms. section except that a new
               Chapter XII, "Analysis of War" has been added and
               "The Common Ground of Communism and Christianity"
               has become Chapter XIII].
     F.16      Duplicate Sections,
               Duplicate annotated carbon tss. of:
               Preliminaries,
               Chapters II, IV, VII,
               Chapters X, XI & XII, 
               133pp. total.
     F.17      [Rejected?] pages,
               Ms., 2pp., carbon ts., 13pp.
     F.18      Letter from Andrew Dakers of Andrew Dakers Ltd.
               Publishers, rejecting the manuscript,
               TLs, 30 September 1942, 2pp.
     
     
     The Unity of Europe Pamphlet [1944]
     
     
     Box 46
     
     F.19      Manuscript draft, incomplete, 9pp.
     F.20      Annotated carbon ts. with ms. additions, 29pp.
     F.21      Annotated carbon ts., 30pp.
     F.22      Published pamphlet, 31pp.
     F.23      Published pamphlet, disbound,
               Heavily annotated with additional ms. pages 
               [for incorporation into another volume], 31pp. +
               14pp.
     
     Walker-Ames Lectures - see Political and Sociological Theory
     and its Applications.
     
     War and Democracy 
     Essays on the Cause and Prevention of War
     Edited by G.E.G.C. and E.F.M. Durbin Kegan Paul, London,
     1938.
     
     
     Box 46
     
     F.24      Title page and preliminary pages,
               Carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.25      "Pacifism, Marxism and Peace",
               Catlin's essay contributed to the volume,
               Ms., 57pp.
     F.26      "Pacifism, Marxism and Peace",
               Annotated carbon ts., 50pp.
     F.27      Dupicate of F.26, with further annotations, 50pp.
     F.28      Incomplete typescript with retyped pages,
               Ts., with some carbon ts. and ms. insertions,
               35pp.
     F.29      "Pacifism, Marxism and Peace",
               Carbon ts., revised version, lacking first 4pp.,
               53pp.
     F.30      Duplicate of F.29.
     
     Weil Lectures - see What Does the West Want?
     
     Wendell Wilkie
     
     [Earlier entitled This Man Wilkie and His Republican Rivals]
     Biography. [Unpublished?]
     
     
     Box 47
     
     F.1       Chapter I, "This Man Wilkie",
               Ms., 8pp. [+ 2pp.].
     F.2       Chapter II, "How Republicans Stand",
               Ms., 10pp.
     F.3       Chapter III, "The Candidate",
               Ms., 12pp. [+1p.].
     F.4       Chapter V, "America's Neighbours",
               Ms., 11pp. [+1p.].
     F.5       Chapter VI, "One World",
               Ms., 11pp.
     F.6       Chapter VI[sic], "The Equal Freedom",
               Ms., 12pp. [+1p.].
     F.7       Chapter VII, "Rival Claimants",
               Ms., 11pp. [+4pp.].
     F.8       Chapter VIII, "The Real Issues",
               Ms., 8pp. [+1p.].
     F.9       Chapter IV,
               Ms. fragments only, 6pp.
     F.10      Chapter I, "This Man Wilkie" and Chapter VI, "One
               World",
               Annotated carbon ts. in Curtis Brown folder marked 
               "This Man Wilkie by Professor George Catlin. 2
               specimen
               chpaters", 22pp.
     F.11      Chapter VI [rejected?], "The Equal Freedom",
               Carbon ts., 18pp. & synopsis, 1p.
     F.12      Chapter XIV [rejected?],[formerly Chapter III],
               "The
               Candidate",
               Annotated carbon ts., 20pp.
     F.13      Chapter XV [rejected?],[formerly Chapter V],
               "America's
               Neighbours",
               Lightly annotated carbon ts., 17pp., and
               duplicate, 17pp.
               Also estimate of typing costs and note from
               typist, 2pp.
     F.14      Chapter XVI [rejected?],[formerly Chapter IV &
               VI], "One World",
               Lightly annotated carbon ts., 14pp. and ms.
               fragment, 1p.
     F.15      Chapter XVIII [rejected?],[formerly Chapter VI],
               "The Equal Freedom",
               Annotated carbon ts., 18pp.
     F.16      [Additions to typescript?],
               Manuscript fragments, 7pp.
     F.17      This Man Wilkie and His Republican Rivals,
               [Final typescript?],
               Title page and contents list,
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp. 
               And 2 duplicates, 4pp.
     F.18      Chapter I, "The Making of an American",
               [formerly "This Man Wilkie"],
               Annotated carbon ts., 11pp.
     F.19      Chapter II, "How Republicans Stand",
               Carbon ts., 13pp., and 2 duplicates, 26pp.
     F.20      Chapter III, "The Candidate",
               Annotated carbon ts., 19pp.
     F.21      Chapter VII, "Rival Claimants",
               Annotated carbon ts. with several ts. pages,
               20pp.,
               And 2 duplicates, 40pp.
     F.22      Chapter VIII, "The Real Issues",
               Lightly annotated carbon ts., 12pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 24pp.
     F.23      Chapter XIV, ["From the Philadelphia
               Convention..."],
               Carbon ts., 9pp., and 3 duplicates, 27pp.
     F.24      Chapter XV, ["At Coffeyvill, Kan., the
               Candidate..."],
               Ts., 15pp., and 4 duplicates, 60pp.
     F.25      Chapter XVI, "One World",
               Ts., 22pp., and 4 duplicates, 88pp.
     F.26      Chapter XVII [formerly Chapter V], ["America's
               Neighbours" deleted],
               Another duplicate of F.13 above with ms.
               revisions, 17pp.
               Also 2 duplicate carbon tss. of retyped version,
               one 18pp., the other lacking [p.13], 17pp.
     F.27      Chapter XVII,
               A further retyped version of this chapter:
               Ts., 17pp. and 2 duplicates, 34pp.
     F.28      Chapter XVIII,
               Ts., 21pp. and 4 duplicates, 84pp.
     F.29      Chapter XIX,
               Ts., 5pp. and 4 duplicates, 20pp.
     F.30      Chapter XX,
               Ms., 12pp.
     F.31      [Revised version of the manuscript]
               [America to Judgement]
               There are, firstly, 13 brief autobiographical
               chapters which focus upon America. All except
               Chapter IV are in manuscript form. Chapter XIII
               incoropates the first ts. page of Chapter I, "The
               Making of an American/This Man Wilkie",F.18 above,
               and the final chapter, Chapter XIV is the original
               ts. of F.23 above.
               Ms., ts., and carbon ts., 69pp.
               [Typist's note uses America to Judgement title.
     F.32      America to Judgement or Garland for America
               A lengthened ts. version of F.31 above:
               The first 12 chapters are ts. versions of the ms.
               drafts in F.31,
               Chapter XIII is annoated ts. and carbon ts.,
               Chapter XIV, "The Candidate", is another carbon
               ts. of F.23,
               Chapter XV, "One World" is an annotated carbon ts.
               of F.25 above,
               Chapter [XVII - deleted], XV,["On his return from
               his world tour ..."] is annotated ts.,
               Chapter [VI - deleted], XVI, "The Equal Freedom"
               is a carbon ts. of F.12 above, 
               Chapter XX, ["Wendell Wilkie had given me part ,of
               the answer to the questions ...] is annotated ts.,
               210 pp.
     F.33      Annotated file folder which formerly contained the
               ms. in F.32 above.
     
     
     Western Union - see One Anglo-American Nation
     
     What Britain Wants
     [Unpublished?] [Pamphlet, c.1930]
     
     
     Box 48
     
     F.l       Notes for the book,
               On cards and half sized sheets,
               Ms., 30pp.
     F.2       Early [original?] manuscript,
               Chapter II, "National and International
               Socialism",
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.3       Chapter III, section v [untitled], [Communism for
               many people is precluded ..."],
               Marked "Original Cancel",
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.4       Chapter IV, section ii, "Nationalism",
               Marked "Cancel",
               Ms., 6pp.
     F.5       Chapter IV, section iii [untitled], ["World
               organization is the guarantee of wisdom ..."],
               Ms., 5pp.
     F.6       Chapter IV, 3[untitled], ["In a book of this
               kind..."],
               Marked "original",
               Ms., 7pp.
     F.7       Chapter IV, "Self Sufficiency and the British
               Commonwealth",
               Ms., 16pp., with a cutting from Time and Tide, 
               September 20, 1930 interleaved.
     F.8       Chapter VII, "Socialism, Democracy, Parliament",
               Ms., 15pp.
     F.9       Chapter VIII, "The Socialist Philosophy
               Vindicated",
               Ms., 7pp.
     F.10      Table of Contents [headed "Synopsis"]
               Listing 8 chapters,
               Accompanied by i, Introduction, and part of ii,
               ["The Economic Crisis Stated"],
               Ts., 10pp.
     F.11      ["Nationalism"?], Incomplete section,
               Ts., 12pp.
     F.12      Chapter II, incomplete,
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
     F.13      Chapter VI, ["The Evil of Marxism ..."],
               Annotated ts., 10pp.
     F.14      [Rejected?] pages and inserts,
               Ts., and carbon ts., 7pp.
     F.15      Incomplete typescript,
               Annotated ts. and carbon ts. with some duplicate
               pages, 61pp.
               Also maunuscript fragment [related?], 3pp.
               And promotional material for AngloSaxony and its
               Tradition,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.16      List of Provisonal Titles
               Including The Place of England in European
               Civilization, The English Political Tradition, Is
               Britain in Europe?(Or Atlantic Civilization and
               Eastern Europe),
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.17      Contents table (here called "Synopsis"),
               Chapter I, [Introduction],
               Chapter II, [The Economic Crisis Stated],
               Chapter III, [National and Inmternational
               Socialism],
               Annotated carbon ts., 40pp.
               And 2 ms. pages.
     F.18      Chapter IV, "Self Sufficiency and the British
               Commonwealth",
               Chapter V, "The Planning of National Socialism",
               Chapter VIII, "The Socialist Philosophy
               Vindicated",
               Annotated carbon ts., with some comments in
               another hand [R.E. Montgomery?], 80pp.
     F.19      Comments on Chapters II, III, V & VIII,
               Signed by R.E. Montgomery [undated],
               Ms., 5pp.
     
     F.20-21   Complete Typescript,
               As F.18 & F.19 above but with no missing chapters.
               In Curtis Brown Ltd. cover and each chapter
               bearing Curtis Brown stamp, annotated carbon ts.,
     
     F.20      Chapters I - IV, 74pp.
     F.21      Chapters V, VI, "The Logic of the Machine",
               VII, "Socialism, Democracy and Parliament", and
               VIII, 77pp. total.
     F.22-23   Complete Typescript,
               The original of F.17-F.18 above, with further
               revisions and additions including, on the synopsis
               (contents) page, the dedication to Oswald Mosley.
               Annotated ts.
     F.22      Synopsis and Chapters I - IV, 81pp.
     F.23      Chapters V - VIII, 84pp. 
     
     
     
     What Does the West Want? [1958]
     A short monograph which is an extended version of the Weil
     Lectures, delivered at the University of North Carolina in
     1957.
     
     
     Box 49
     
     F.1       Lists and notes relating to the lectures and/or
               the book, variously titled On Political Goals and
               What Does the West Want?,
               Ms., 9pp. and annotated folder.
               Also outline [for publisher], ts., 2pp.
     F.2       Chapter I,
               "The Political Goal" deleted and replaced by "The
               Problem Stated",
               Ms., 10pp.
     F.3       Chapter II,
               "The Conditions of Co-existence",
               Ms., 11pp.
     F.4       Chapter III,
               "The Battle for the Minds of Men",
               Ms., 14pp.
     F.5       Chapter IV,
               "Who is Imperialist?",
               Ms., 11pp.
     F.6       Chapter V,
               Born Equal",
               Ms., 10pp.
     F.7       Chapter VI,
               [Untitled - later "The Free Commonwealth"],
               Ms., 12pp.
     F.8       Chapter VII,
               "There is Another Country",
               Ms., 8pp.
     F.9       Title page; What Does the West Want? A Study of
               Political Goals,
               Ms., 1p.
     F.10      Chapter I, "The Problem Stated",
               Annotated ts., 16pp.
     F.11      Chapter II, "The Conditions of Coexistence",
               Annotated ts., 18pp.
     F.12      Chapter III, "The Battle for the Minds of Men",
               Heavily annotated ts., 24pp.
     F.13      Chapter IV, "Who is Imperialist?",
               Annotated ts., 18pp.
     F.14      Chapter V, "Born Equal",
               Annotated ts., 15pp.
     F.15      Chapter VI, "The Free Commonwealth",
               Annotated ts., 18pp.
     F.16      Chapter VIII, "There is Another Country",
               Annotated ts., 15pp.
     F.17      Preface,
               Carbon ts., 2pp. and duplicate of first page, 1p.
     F.18      Preliminaries and Chapter I,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 20pp.
     F.19      Chapter II,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 23pp.
     F.20      Chapter III,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 1p.
               missing, 32pp.
     F.21      Chapter IV,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 21pp.
     F.22      Chapter V,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 18pp.
     F.23      Chapter VI,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 19pp. with
               1p. ms. insertion.
     F.24      Chapter VII,
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version, 17pp.
     F.25      Insertions, Addenda, Corrections and [rejected?]
               pages,
               Early carbon ts., 3pp.
               Ms., 23pp.
               Ts., 7pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 14pp.
     F.26      Publicity Leaflet [1958] for What Does the West
               Want?,
               With ms. observations from E.J.B. on verso, dated
               January 13 1959, 1 leaf.
     
     
     The World War of 1960: How To Prevent It.
     A Study of the Power Theory of Politics.
     [unpublished?].
     
     The original manuscript of this book was written during the
     early part of 1940, at which tiome it was entitled The World
     War of 1964.Much of the material was subsequently used for a
     series of lectures delivered at the Universities of Calcutta
     and Peking in 1947-1948. Intermediate versions of the
     manuscript were entitled The Power Theory of Politics.  
     
     Box 52    The World War of 1964.
     
     F.16      Early [original?] manuscript, incomplete.
               [Foreword gives the date of composition as 10 May
               1940].
               Title page: "The World War of 1964", 
               Part I, "Geopolitics",
               Chapter I, "What is Power Politics?",
               Chapter II, "Sea Power and Land Power",
               Chapter III, "The Dilemma of Man Power".
     F.17      Related Correspondence,
               TL(car.) to J. Putnam, Macmillan, New York,
               6 May 1940, 3pp.
               TL(car.) to George Brett, Macmillan, New York,
               10 May 1940, 1p.
               TL(car.) to Ministry of Information, Censorship of
               Literature, 12 May 1940, 1p.
               TL(car.) to Council for Civil Liberties, 12 May
               1940, 1p.
     F.18      Acknowledgements,
               Ms. draft, 1p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.19      Foreword ["the present book is the fruit of
               reflections due to a lecture tour across Canada
               ... in January 1940"],
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.20      Revised version with variant and rejected pages,
               Annotated carbon ts. and ms., 9pp.
     F.21      Introduction [Four times a night a train leaves
               Chicago ..."],
               Marked "uncorrected copy",
               Carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.22      Introduction,
               A corrected version of the above,
               Annotated carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.23      Introductory,
               [A later draft, after June 1940],
               Annotated ts., 7pp.
     F.24      Chapter II, "The United States of Europe?",
               Annotated ts. [incomplete], 6pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.25      Chapter VII, "The Vital Issues for Atlantic
               Civilization",
               Annotated ts. with ms. insertions, 19pp.
     F.26      Chapter X, "Conclusion",
               Annotated ts., incomplete, 2pp.
     F.27      Rejected pages and corrigenda,
               Ms. and annotated ts., 11pp.
     F.28      Footnotes for Chapters II and III,
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.,
               And 2 related pages, ts. & ms.
     F.29      Notes for "1960" version,
               Ms., 12pp.
     
     
     Box 50    The Power Theory of Politics/The World War of 1960
     
     F.1       [Research material for this book?]
               Two [lectures?] on political theory, both carbon
               tss.:
               a) "Notes for the Further Study of Politics",
               34pp.
               b) Untitled ["I will endeavour to give some kind
               of philosophical basis to a political theory
               ..."], annotated, 25pp.
     F.2       The Power Theory of Politics,
               The first 3 lectures,
               Ts., 146pp. and preliminaries, 4pp.
     F.3       The Power Theory of Politics/The World War of
               1960,
               The first 3 lectures, as F.2 above,
               Carbon ts., 146pp.,
               With preface, foreword and preliminary pages, 9pp.
     F.4       Duplicate of F.3, 146pp.
     F.5       Chapters I, II, V & XII,
               Early [1944] drafts,
               And some fragments, ms. & ts., 75pp.
               Also biography, memo and notes, 5pp.
     F.6       Chapters I & II,
               Early drafts together with rejected pages,
               Ms. & ts., 64pp.
               Also fragments, ms. & ts., 23pp. (including a book
               review, "Jade Lute and Dragon Beards").
     F.7       Chapters I, IV & V,
               Drafts, outlines of other chapters and notes, 
               Ms. & ts., 90pp.
               Also note from typist dated "3-9-1945".
     F.8       Chapters VI - XII,
               Drafts, carbon ts., 85pp.
     F.9       Chapters IV, XII & XIII,
               Ms. drafts, 35pp. and cutting [dated Feb.22 1946].
     F.10      [Rejected pages?],
               Folded pages from Chapters II, V & VIII,
               Ms., with some pages cut from a published pamphlet
               ["The Unity of Europe"] interleaved, 44pp.
     F.11      Chapters II, III & VIII, ["spare chapters"],
               Drafts, also some duplicates, carbon ts., 157pp.
     F.12      Chapters VII - XII,
               Carbon ts. with some ms. additions, 208pp.
     F.13      Chapters VII - XIII,
               Part II, corrected ts.,
               With note from secretary, 14 May 1948.
     
     
     Box 51
     
     F.1       Chapters V, VI & VII,
               Isolated pages [rejected?], many in multiple
               copies, 49pp.
     F.2       Chapters VIII & XI,
               Ms. drafts, also isolated pages, 63pp.
     F.3       Chapters VII - XIII,
               Annotated carbon ts. with ms. additions, 205pp.
               Also "Review" section, annotated ts., 14pp.
     F.4       Preliminaries and Revisions,
               Ms. and ts., 52pp.
     F.5       Addenda and changes,
               Ts., 29pp.
     F.6       Chapters I, III & IV,
               Annotated carbon ts., 90pp.
     F.7       Chapters I - VI,
               Revised ts. with addenda,
               Also some changes and some ms. insertions, 284pp.
               F.8&F.9   Chapters I - XIII [complete ms.?],
               Annotated carbon ts.,
     F.8       First half of ms., chapters I - V, 175pp.
     F.9       Second half of ms., chapters VI - XIII, 213pp.,
               With three variant chapters [I or VI, IV & V],
               33pp.
     F.10      Contents Tables,
               Earlier draft, carbon ts., 1p.
               [Final?] draft, carbon ts., 3pp., and duplicate,
               3pp.
     F.11      Introduction or Promotional Material,
               Ts., 1p. and 2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp.
               Also [proposal?] headed "Overall strategy of
               Democratic
               Ideas" [c.1060?], ts., 2pp.
     
     
     Box 54
     
     F.1       Chapters II - V,
               Heavily annotated ts. with substantial ms.
               annotations, 108pp.
               Also some variant chapters as F.6 above, 33pp.
     F.2       Chapters VI - XIII,
               Carbon ts., 162pp.
               With Chapter XIII in ms., 14pp.
     
     F.3-F.4   Complete ms. with preliminaries, biographical and
               promotional material, lacking only Chapter I.
     
     F.3       Chapters II - VI, Part I, carbon ts., 175pp.
     F.4       Second half of the ms. with preliminary material,
               Carbon ts., 233pp.
     
     F.5-F.9   Later [c.1950] ms. draft abandoning the earlier
               structure and presenting the material in lecture
               format.
     
     F.5       Foreword (referring to a lecture in 1949),
               Contents page and insertions,
               Ms., 6pp. and ts. insert, 1p.
     F.6       "Lecture I",
               Early [rejected] draft, ms., 13pp.
     F.7       "Lecture I",
               Later draft, ms., 20pp.
     F.8       Lecture II",
               Ms., paginated 1-21, 30pp.
     F.9       "Lecture III",
               Ms., paginated 1-25, 30pp.
     F.10      Chapter IX [from another draft], "Freedom from
               Fear, Section I",
               [Note on p.l indicates that the substance of this
               chapter was delivered in the Universities of
               Calcutta and Pekin in 1947],
               Annotated carbon ts., 58pp.
     
     
     Manuscript Fragments
     
     The two boxes which follow contain portions of Catlin's book
     manuscripts which were either not completed by the author or
     which have resisted identification by the arcivist. They
     are, for the most part, untitled, and have been ascribed a
     working title e.g.[AngloSaxony], and a date [1930s] based
     upon internal evidence.
     
     
     Box 55    Fragments, A - Pl
     
     F.1       Alcoholism [article?],
               [Late 1920s - 1930s? Catlin's book Liquor Control
               was published in 193l. The following fragments may
               relate to this or it may have been intended to
               stand alone as an article.]
               Annotated ts., 19pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 38pp. total.
     F.2       [Alcoholism],
               [An earlier draft of F.1 above?],
               Annotated ts., 24pp.
     F.3       [Alcoholism/Prohibition],
               [c.1929]
               Annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.4       [AngloSaxony] [Whither Britain?],
               [1930s?]
               Various sections and related notes,
               [Some similarity with material in Story of the
               Political Philosophers],
               Ms., 77pp. (including some index cards headed
               "War"),
               Also an announcement of an Exhibition, [1949].
     
     F.5-F.6   Analysis of Conflict, War and Sovereignty,
               Book outline,
     
     F.5       Large brown notebook (20 x 25 cm.) containing ms.
               outline of the book, in well-developed numbered
               point format, 70pp. written on.
     F.6       Points abstracted from F.5 above & typed 
               on loose pages,
               Carbon ts., 24pp.
     F.7       The Atlantic Community,
               Outline of proposed book,
               Dated 29 February 1968,
               Ms., 1p.
     F.8       Atlanticism: The Fork in the Road,
               [Book outline?], 1975,
               Ms., 2pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp. & 2 more copies.
     F.9       ["The Axioms of Politics"], 
               [Catlin's doctoral thesis? Or an early draft of
               Principles of Politics (1930)],
               [c.1926],
               Notes, draft sections and comments [of
               supervisor?],
               Ms., ts. and carbon ts., with envelopes, cuttings
               and jottings interleaved,
               Ms., 73pp.
               Carbon ts., 75pp.(includes many duplicate pages),
               Annotated ts., 11pp.
     F.10      ["The Axioms of Politics"?]
               [A further section of the work in F.5 above?],
               Ms., 39pp.
               And a file folder marked "Politics",
     F.11      The Common Market and the Commonwealth Issue,
               Proposal [undated] for a Fabian pamplet,
               Carbon ts., 1p. and 2 duplicates, 2pp.
     F.12      Control of Democracy Against Subversive Opinion
               and Action,
               Book outline,
               A detailed outline giving chapter headings and
               section titles,
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.13      The Crisis of World Civilization,
               [Book outline?],
               Ts., 1p. & 3 duplicates.
     F.14      The Cross Over the Orient,
               Book outline,
               Carbon ts., 1p. & 3 copies, 3pp.
     
     F.15-23   [Democracy Reappraised?]
               Various chapters of an [unfinished?] book,
               [early 1940s?].
     
     F.15      Chapter I, ["Three civilizations alone seem to
               deserve discussion in the modern world ..."],
               Ts., dated 4/3/[20?28?], 7pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 7pp., and another final
               page, 1p.
     F.16      Chapter V, ["Over a large part of the world
                Anglo-Saxon civilization spells itself ..."],
               Annotated ts., 12pp.
     F.17      Chapter VI, ["The evil of Marxism is that it over
               emphasizes class divisions ..."],
               Annotated ts., [incomplete], 7pp.,
               Carbon ts., 14pp.,
               And incomplete duplicate carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.18      Chapter VII, ["Democracy is a practice coupled to
               an obsolete theory ..."],
               Annotated ts., 7pp.,
               Annotated ts., [retyped version], 13pp.,
               2 duplicate carbon tss. of above version, 26pp.
     F.19      Chapter IX, "One Power Domination",
               Ms., 18pp. (paginated 1 - 10).
     F.20      Chapter X, "Regionalism: Anglosaxon and Slav",
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.21      Chapter XII, "One Anglo-American Nation?",
               Paginated 107 - 118,
               Annotated carbon ts., 13pp. with ms. insert, 1p.
     F.22      [Unnumbered chapter], [incomplete], ["ii.Strong
               although the case may be for the integration of
               the West ..."], [lists 5 objections],
               Ms., 13pp.
               Also another section, also identified as ii.,
               ["Sharply to be distinguished from the above - and
               not the less so because it has some points of
               resemblance - is the remaining major route or
               Sixth Policy"].
     F.23      [Unnumbered chapter] [incomplete] [Epilogue?],
               Paginated 5, 8 -41,
               Carbon ts., 17pp.
     
     F.24-27        Democracy Re-Appraised,
               [1930s?],
               Book outline and some [related?] chapters:
     
     F.24      Outline, with three sections described,
               Ms., 1p.,
               Also Section II, parts i, ii, iii, iv & v,
               (on John Locke, covering theses 1 - 6),
               Ms., 20pp.
     F.25      Locke section [ovwerlaps and continues the draft
               above],
               (theses 6 & 7 and section v),
               Annotated ts., paginated 19 - 24, 6pp.
     F.26      Locke section [continues drafts above], (theses 8
               & 9),
               Ms., 6pp.
     F.27      Notes and inserts [found with above sections],
               Ms., ts., carbon ts. and printed material,
               Includes the printed "Manifesto" of the Peace
               Pledge Union issued in April 1938, 22 leaves
               total.
     F.28      [European Unity],
               [1969],
               Annotated ts., headed "Chapter II", 16pp.
     F.29      The Fight for the Next Peace,
               Book Outline [Perhaps the World War of 1960?],
               Ts., 2pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 4pp. and another
               duplicate page, 1p.
     F.30      [The Importance of Living[?]. Title of ms. outline
               appears to read The Important in Living],
               [Book?] Outline, ms., 1p.
               Section headed "I", "First Draft '68", ms., 2pp.
               Another draft headed "I, Pleasure and Death",
               "6.i.69",
               Ms., 1p.
               And another draft, "I, Pleasure", ms., 3pp.
               Also a note on Gandhi, ms., 1p.
     F.31       [The Importance of Peace],
               "Sketch for a book", ms., 1p.
     F.32      Introduction to Political Science, Book outline,
               ms., 1p.
               Also section headed "I, Introduction on Method",
               Ms., 1p.
     F.33      [League of Nations],
               [1930s?],
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp., with ms. insert, 2pp.
     F.34      [Play],
               Two scenes of an untitled and unfinished play. It
               appears to be a dramatized philosophical
               discussion, set in a Foreign Office reception
               salon, and has for its main characters, British,
               French and Soviet diplomats as well as Gandhi,
               Scene I and part of Scene II[unfinished], Ms.,
               25pp.
     
     
     Box 56    Fragments, Po -Z
     
     F.1       Political Form and Change:(Modern Political
               Classifications and their Meaning),
               Detailed book outline,
               Carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.2       ["The Political Man ..."],
               [1920s], [Thesis?],
               Section headed III, i,
               Ms., 37pp.
     F.3       [Political Science],
               "I, i, Politics is the study of society and the
               art of its control ...",
               Ms., 17pp.
               Ts., 13pp. and duplicate carbon ts., 13pp.
     F.4       [Political Science],
               Material apparently related to F.3 above:
               - "Notes for the Further Study of Politics",
               Ms., 18pp.,
               - Other ms. pages, notes and draft text, 14pp.
     F.5       [Political Science],
               Preface to a book, dated February 1958,
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
               Mimeographed copy of retyped version, 6pp.
     F.6       [Power Theory of Politics?]
               [After 1950],
               Manuscript fragment, paginated 16 - 19,
               Ms., 5pp.
     F.7       Political Science: What is It?,
               An early outline [1930s/1940s],
               Carbon ts., 1p.
               Later outline,
               Ms., 1p.,
               Annotated ts., 1p.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp.
     F.8       Power and Violence; A Study in Polemology,
               An early outline, 1p.,
               Duplicate ts., 2pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 6pp. total.
     
     F.9-17         [The Problem of Life and Evil?],
               An [unfinished?] book manuscript which, from the
               physical appearance of the ms. and ts. pages,
               appears to have been written during the 1930s.
     
     F.9       [De Vita Hominis - deleted], "The Problem of Life
               and Evil",
               Incomplete ms. draft of [first] section,
               Paginated 1 - 19 and 28 - 31, with unpaginated
               additions, 
               Ms., 46pp.
     F.10      "The Problem of Life and Evil",
               Carbon ts., version of F.9 above, paginated 1 -
               15, 15pp.,
               With another section, paginated 2 - 15, 14pp.
     F.11      "The Problem of Life and Evil",
               Annotated carbon ts. version of the first section
               in F.10 above with ms. inserts, 18pp.
     F.12      "II, Spirituality and Commonality",
               Ms. draft of second section, recto paginated 35 -
               56,
               With [another section?] on verso,
               Recto, 22pp.,
               Verso, 17pp.
     F.13      "II, Spirituality and Commonality",
               Annotated carbon ts. of ms. (recto), F.12 above,
               15pp.
     F.14      "III, Individuality and Conventionality",
               Ms., recto paginated 57 - 80, 21pp.
     F.15      "III, Individuality and Conventionality",
               Carbon ts. version of F.14 above, 18pp.
     F.16      "III, Individuality and Conventionality",
               Annotated carbon ts. version of F.15 above, 
               Incomplete, 17pp.
     F.17      "IV, Personality and Morality",
               Ms. draft, paginated recto 82 - 93, and continued
               verso 93 - 103, 24pp.,
               Also annotated carbon ts., 5pp., with ms. inserts,
               3pp.
               [part of same section].
     F.18      [Religion],
               Although from approximately the same period as
               [The Problem of Life and Evil], [1930s?], and on
               the same subject [religion and society], the
               material which follows does not appear to belong
               to the same ms. as 
               F.9 - F.17 above.
               Outline and ms. sections marked Iiv, IIi, IIiii,
               IIiv,
               IIIvi, and IVi,
               Ms., 51pp.
               And portion of [related] ts., paginated 100 - 102,
               4pp.
     F.19      [Religion],
               A later [unfinished?] book [from the 1960s?],
               - "Chapter IV(Old Text)", ms.[incomplete], 
               paginated 34 - 42, 9pp.
               - Chapter V, "The Church of England",
               Ms., paginated 34 n.s. - 48, 15pp.
               - Chapter VI, "Religious Restatement",
               Ms., paginated 49 - 69, 21pp.
               - 2 carbon ts. pages, marked "147" and "III-23".
     F.20      Restoration and Essentialism[marked on file
               folder],
               Restoration of Christianity and
               Essentialism[marked on interior title page],
               An [unfinished?] book, [1940s], incomplete,
               - Chapter II, ms., paginated 1 -8, 8pp.
               - Chapter III, ms., paginated 9, 1p.[incomplete],
               - Chapter IV, ms., paginated 1 - 10, 10pp.
               - Chapter V, ms., paginated 1 - 7, 7pp.
               - Chapter VI, "Doctrine of Christ", ms., 
               paginated 1 - 8, 9pp.
               - Chapter VII, ms., paginated 1 - 4, 4pp.
               - Chapter IX, ms., paginated 1 - 17, 7pp.
               - [unnumbered], "Essentialism", ms., paginated 1
                -6,
               6pp.
               And annotated file folder.
               Also ms. note, 1p.
     F.21      The Restoration of Christianity,
               Book Outline - Contents Table [for F.20 above?],
               Ts., 1p.
     F.22      ["Russo-American World Condominium"],
               Chapter VIII only from an unidentified book,
               [1945-6? Erroneously dated by Catlin as 1930],
               [World War of 1960?],
               Ms., paginated 1 - 9 and 144a, 11pp.
     F.23      Selected Readings from the Political Theory and
               Philosophy of George Catlin,
               Book proposal [1960s?],
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
               Also another outline [late 1960s/1970s], untitled
               but also composed of exerpts from Catlin's earlier
               works,
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.24      [Success],
               Book outline indicating five planned chapters:
               I, Success and Happiness,
               II, Pleasure and the Problem of Boredom,
               III, Art and Life,
               IV, Original Sin,
               V, Goethe,
               Ms., 1p.
               - I, ["Of course what matters is success ... "],
               ms., 4pp.
               - II, ["Still it is quite plain, writes Aristotle,
               that happiness ... "], ms., paginated 5 - 7, 3pp.
               - III, ["When people begin to ask themselves what
               thety mean by success ..."], ms., paginated 8 -
               10, 3pp.
               - IV, ["A little scrutiny will show how uncritical
               is this assimilation of the American to the
               Scotsman ..."], [additional chapter?],
               Annotated ts., paginated 8 - 14, 7pp.
     F.25      ["What is Philosophy? ...],
               Notes and outlines interleaved with envelopes and
               letterhead from Cornell University [therefore
               c.1930].
               The sections in the first outline relate closely
               to those included in F.18 above,
               Ms., with some index cards, envelopes and a ticket
               to a League of Nations Union Demonstration (1931,
               V.B. is one of the speakers), 48 leaves.
     F.26      [World War of 1960?],
               Section of a chapter headed "s.iii",
               ["In an earlier section I have discussed the
               dangers, so far as the relations of the two
               AngloSaxon Powers are concerned ..."],
               Ms., paginated 11 - 30, 21pp.
     F.27      [World War of 1960?],
               Two chapters, not received together but which
               appear, from handwriting, paper and content, to be
               part of the same manuscript [1945 - 1946?]:
               - Chapter VII, "Peace Leagues and Organizations",
                Ms., paginated 1 - 11, 15pp.
               - Chapter VIII, "Russo-American World
               Condominium",
               Ms., paginated 1 - 9, & 144a, 11pp.
     F.28      [World War of 1960?],
               Part of ms. draft, 5pp.
               Also related notes, cuttings and an offprint
               [1946],
               6 items.
     
     
Box 57 	Autobiography, earliest drafts, ca.1920 
According to the published version of his autobiography (For God's Sake, Go!,p.7)
while Catlin was in France, awaiting recall to Oxford in 1918, "I spent the idle hours
writing jottings on philosophy in what had been a civil service ledger, as Rene Descartes
had done in earlier days ...". If Catlin's memory is accurate, this earliest effort has not survived.
More likely, however, is that the material contained in the three large butcher's account books which follow,
represents his earliest autobiographical attempt and that this draft was completed, as internal evidence indicates,
in 1920, once Catlin had returned to Oxford. 
All the entries are in a neat, early hand. 

Item #1: Large size (33 x 24 cm) [butcher's] account book (the book of John Wiblin) with account entries
on the recto side dated between 1916 and 1917. Catlin's manuscript entitled Autobiographica and dated
"23 iii 20" is on the verso. All but the first page and the last three pages have been written on, with section headings as follows:
I "Autobiographica", 3pp. 
II Power, 7pp. 
III "Sovereignty", 8pp. 
IV "The Law of Nature", 6pp. 
V "War", 5pp. 
VI "Corporations", 5pp. 
VII "Perfect Societies", 6pp. 
VIII "State Purpose", 5pp. 
IX "State Morality", 7pp. 
X "Liberty and Authority", 6pp. 
XI "Minorities", 6pp. 
XIII [sic] "Education", 4pp. 
XIV "The Function of the State", 4pp. 
XV "Racialism and Nationalism", 9pp. 
XVI "Equality and Status", 7pp. 
XVII "Aristocracy and Culture", l p., 5pp. 
Between the two parts of XVII above there is a separate section "I, Method" which begins "There is no such thing as political science…" 
XVIII "State-Form", 6 pp. 
Another separate section follows here, "I" "What is History? Every fact translated into the field of action is an historical…"

Item #2: Another [butcher's] account book, same size and format as #1 , account entries 1916 and 1917,
Catlin's entries cover less than half of the verso pages, the opening pages of Catlin's text appear to be lost. 
I [On politics, economics and power], 5pp. 
[II] "Politics and Ethics", 22pp. 
[III] "Social Forms", "#1, The State", 12pp. 
V "The Structure of Society", "#1, The Axioms of Politics", 3pp. 
IV[sic] "Political Structure" [an outline], 1p. 
Followed by deleted material, 9pp.
 
Item #3 Another [butcher's] account book, same size and format as #1 and #2 above, account
entries are all dated 1916. Catlin's entries cover less than half of the verso pages. 
I [On beauty], with marginal headings and corrections in 
red ink, paginated 1 - 18, 18pp. 
[II] Preliminary sketch for "Crassus", paginated 1 - 2, 2pp. 
[III] "I, The Function of the State", paginated 1 - 12, most pages deleted, 12pp. 
[IV] Arnold Memorial Prize Essay. "Thomas Hobbes, as a Man of Letters", by "Pertinax", 1920. 
Title page, then paginated 1-19[20], and with an Appendix, 1p., 22pp. total.

   
     
     Articles and Book Reviews
     
          In the section of the archive which follows, Catlin's
     articles have been arranged alphabetically by title (by most
     recent or published title in the case of variants).  Where
     the piece is untitled one has been assigned by the
     archivist, using square brackets, where its theme is
     obvious, e.g. [American Elections]; alternatively, it has
     been identified under its opening words, e.g. ["One of the
     greatest trials in history..."].  The only exception to this
     practice has been in the case of the Reuters articles which
     were recieved as a series and have been kept together in the
     last box of articles.  The book reviews have been arranged
     alphabetically by the name of the author of the work
     reviewed; in the case of a single review of several books,
     the item has been placed under the name of the author first
     discussed, with references made to the entry from the other
     authors mentioned.
     
          In both the Articles and Book Review sections variant
     forms have been arranged in order of composition, beginning
     with Catlin's draft manuscripts and ending with the
     published versions.  In order to limit the number of series
     which the researcher must consult, no distinction has been
     made between published and unpublished pieces.  If it has
     been possible to establish a place &/or date of publication, 
     either through internal evidence (e.g. an annotation on the
     manuscript) or because of the presence of a published
     version in the collection, this information has been
     included in the description of the item.  It has not been
     possible, given the large size of this archive, to verify
     the internal evidence nor to supply publication information
     where it is not readily available.  Where the archivist has
     suggested an approximate date for an item it has been
     included in square brackets thus:  [1930s?].  Fragmentary
     items have been placed and described at the end of both main
     series.  Some of Catlin's early journalism, in its published
     form, is located in the scrap books and cutting boxes
     commencing with Box 104 below.
     
     
     
     Articles.
     Box 58    Articles, A
     
     F.1       "After the American Elections --What Next?"
               [1943?]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Ts., 4 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 12 pp. total.
     F.2       "Afterthoughts on Marshal Smuts' Speech"
               [1941-1945?]
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.3       "Against Political Pecksniffs"
               [1945?]
               Ms., 6 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 12 pp. total.
               Alcoholism [article?] 
               see Manuscript
               Fragments, Box 55,
               F.1
     F.4       "All Aid Short of War"
               [1945?]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts.,
               revised version, 9 pp.
               Carbon ts., variant final page 
               (p. 6 from shorter version), 1 p.
     F.5       "Alternatives to Prohibition"
               Annotated carbon ts., 15 pp.
     F.6       "Ambiguous Germany"
               [mid 1930's?]
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
     F.7       "America Under Fire"
               Harper's, July 1927, pp. 222-227.
               Printed version only, 8 pp., cutting from Harpers
               Also the complete magazine containing the article.
     F.8       [American Election]
               1945
               Ts., 5 pp.
     F.9       "American Union:  I Deal with Objections.  The
               Foundation of Anglosaxony"
               Ms., 6 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.10      "Anarchism in Spain"
               [Notes for an article?]
               Ms., 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.11      "Anglo-American Federal Union"
               Federal Union News, Oct. 25, 1941, [p. 4].
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.12      "Anglo-American Integration"
               [1946]
               Annotated carbon ts., 8 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 8 pp.
     F.13      "The Anglo-American Rift"
               The New Leader, August 24 1953, pp. 9-10
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.14      "Anglo-American Union"
               Export; The Official Journal of the Institute of
               Export,
               August 1942, pp.16-17.
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.15      "Anglo-American Union as a Nucleus of 
               World Federation"
               Federal Tracts Pamphlet No. 8, Macmillan;
               London, 1942, 40 pp.
               Published version only.
     F.16      "Anglo American Union as a Nucleus of 
               World Federation"
               [4th reprint]
               As F.15 above with different cover bearing a 1943
               quotation from Churchill.
     F.17      [Anglo-German News] - untitled article,
               Ms., 2pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 6 pp. total
               A variant page, annotated carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.18      "The Anglo-Saxon Comity:  A Choice"
               [c. 1929]
               Ms., 13 pp.
     F.19      "The Anglo-Saxon Comity:  A Choice"
               - Annotated ts., 19 pp. with covering   letter
               from Curtis Brown
                 dated October 4 1929.
               - Revised annotated ts. & carbon ts.,
                 19 pp.
     F.20      "The Anglo-Saxon Comity:  A Choice"
               The Realist [n.d.]
               Published version only, torn from magazine, 14 pp.
     F.21      "Anatomy of British Opinion"
               [1950s?]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Revised carbon ts., 8 pp. & duplicate,
               8 pp.
     F.22      "Are Americans Foreigners?"
               [1940s?]
               Ms., 10 pp. & insert, 1 p.
               Annotated ts., 16 pp.
               Ts., p. 2 only & 2 duplicate carbon copies.
               Carbon ts., 16 pp. and duplicate, 16 pp.
     F.23      "Armed Control"
               Cavalcade, April 28, 1945, p. 2
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.24      "Asia and the World"
               [1948]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. with insert, 1 p. & convering
               letter dated Feb. 11 1948.
     F.25      "The Atlantic Charter and Eastern Europe"
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               5 duplicates, 25 pp. total.
     F.26      "The Atlantic Community"
               Ms. (parts i-iii), 15 pp. & duplicated ts.
               (part iv) - abstracted from an earlier piece dated
               "Whitsuntide 1962", 3 pp.
               Also notes, 1 p.
               Annotated ts., Sept. 1962, 24 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 72 pp. total.
     F.27      "The Atlantic Community and the Common Market"
               "Yorkshire Post"
               29 Sept. 1962
               Ms. dated 29 Sept. 1962, 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 6 pp., 
               And 2 duplicates, 12 pp.
     F.28      "Atlantic Institute; Canadian Activity"
               [1959]
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp. with duplicated covering
               letter from Quinto Martin, MP., House of Commons,
               Canada, May 13 1959
               [prepared for conference?].
     F.29      "Atlantic Union"
               [1950]
               Carbon ts., 18 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 54 pp. total.
     F.30      "Atlantic Union"
               Contemporary Review, March 1961
               Proofs of article [not the same as F.29 above], 3
               pp.
               7 duplicate proofs, 21 pp. total
               Reprinted pamphlet, 31 pp., 
               And complete issue of journal.
     F.31      "Atlantic Union and Common Market"
               11 August 1961
               Duplicated ts., 8 pp. with typescript
               title page
               2 further duplicates, lacking title page, 16 pp.
               total.
     F.32      [Australia]
               A series of 4 articles in [Sydney]
               Sun, 21-24 April 1952:
               Outline of suggested subjects for Sun articles.
               Annotated ts., 1 p.
          1.   "Fight with ideas as well as food for the
               millions",
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp., and duplicate carbon ts., 6
               pp.
               Ts., [retyped version], 4 pp., & 2 duplicate
               carbon tss., 8 pp. total.
          2.   "Democracies must have faith with unity: Red
               propaganda machine ever efficient"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated Carbon ts., 6 pp., and duplicate carbon
               ts., 6 pp.
               Ts., [retyped version], 5 pp., and 2 duplicate
               carbon tss., 10 pp. total.
     F.33      [Australia]
               [Continuation of F.32]
          3.   "Bills of Rights are important to all peoples"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp., and duplicate carbon
               ts., 4 pp.
               Ts., [retyped version], 4 pp., & 2 duplicate
               carbon tss., 8 pp. total.
          4.   "What will they make of UNO under revision?"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp., and duplicate carbon
               ts., 4 pp.
               Ts., [retyped version], 4 pp., & 
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 8 pp. total.
     F.34      [Australia]
               [same series as F.32 above]
               "Fight with ideas as well as food for the
               millions"
               2 cuttings of published version, 21 April 1952, 2
               leaves.
               "Red propaganda machine ever efficient"
               Cutting of published version, 22 April 1952, 1
               leaf.
               "Bill of Rights are important to all peoples"
               3 cuttings of published version, 23 April 1952, 3
               leaves.
               "What will they make of UNO under revision?"
               4 cuttings of published version, 
               24 April 1952, 4 leaves.
     F.35      [Australia]
               [Same article as "Fight with ideas as well as food
               for the millions" above]
               "We fight for men's minds"
               In [Australian] Herald, 1 May 1952
               Cutting of published version, l leaf.
     F.36      "Authority in the Community"
               Ms., 5 pp.
     
     
     Box 59    Articles, B - Co
     
     F.1       [B.B.C.]
               7 July 1949 for News Chronicle & Reuters.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Duplicate carbon typescript, 3 pp.
     F.2       "Balance of Power"
               17 January 1952
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Duplicate carbon typescript, 2 pp.
     F.3       "Beyond Communism"
               People and Freedom editorial, 9 June 1949
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. with additional note
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.4       "Britain and the American Election"
               [late 1940s?]
               Ms., 4pp. with carbon ts. attachment, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. with attachment, 1 p. and
               duplicate, 6 pp. & 1 p.
               Annotated ts., with ms. additions, 12 pp. total.
               Annotated ts., retyped version, 12 pp.
               Carbon ts., 12 pp. with attachment, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 12 pp. and two duplicates, 
               24 pp.
     F.5       "Britain and Atlanticism"
               25 February 1968
               Ms., 9 pp.
               Carbon ts., 14 pp.
     F.6       "Britain and Europe"
               [c. 1943]
               Ms., 11 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 10 pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 10 pp.
     F.7       "Britain between Europe and America
               Annotated ts., dated 7-8 October 1967,
               25 pp.
     F.8       "Britain Today"
               13 October 1948
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and attachment, 1 p.
     F.9       "The British Commonwealth and the U. S. A. 
               in the Post-War World"
               Pamphlet, National Peace Council, [1941].
               G.E.G.C. is one of the contributors, pp.20-24,
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.10      "The British Constitution and the American Crisis"
               [1937?]
               Ms., 13 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 12 pp.
     F.11      "British General Election, 1945"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp. & covering letter 
               from Central Literary Agency,
               3 Oct. 1945.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.12      "British General Election, 1959"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp., & duplicates, 6 pp. total.
     F.13      "British Proposals for an Eleventh Hour 
               Call to Peace"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. & duplicate, 5 pp.
     F.14      "British Socialism's Peace Policy"
               [1936]
               Ms., 6 pp.
     F.15      "A British View of American Foreign Policy"
               Carbon ts., 12 pp., & 2 duplicates, 
               24 pp. total.
     F.16      "Buddhism and the Siamese Policy"
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.17      "Building the Commonwealth"
               The Clarion "Sept. 1930"
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.18      "The Canadian General Election"
               [1958], ms., 4 pp.
               Ms., [second draft] 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 6 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6 pp.
               A variant final page, carbon ts., 
               1 p., & duplicate 1 p.
     F.19      "The Case for Research in the Social Sciences"
               Nature, vol. 149, January 24, 1942, pp. 88-89
               Title page only from journal, 1 leaf.
               Reprint containing Catlin's article, pp. 6-8.
     F.20      Calvalcade - articles and cables written for
               Calvalcade relating to the San Francisco
               Conference of 1945.
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., various pieces, 34 pp. total.
     F.21      "Censorship in Broadcasting"
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 16 pp.
               with accompanying letter from
               Curtis Brown Ltd., 10 April 1933, 1 p.
     F.22      "Censorship in Broadcasting"
               [The same article as F.21]
               Annotated carbon ts., 17 pp.
               With accompanying letter from 
               William Morris Agency, 14 Feb. 1935, 1p.
     F.23      "Ceylon in the News"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated typescript, 4 pp. in 
               Curtis Brown Ltd. covers.
               2 duplicate carbon typescripts, 8 pp. total.
     F.24      "Cheer - Leading for Roosevelt"
               [1943?]
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.25      "Christian Politics"
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.26      "Class Overthrow"
               Carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.27      "Cold War & Propaganda"
               Ms., 30 pp.
               Carbon ts., 26 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 21 pp.
               Further annotated carbon ts., 44 pp. & duplicate,
               44 pp.
               Rejected and duplicate pages, ms. & carbon ts., 41
               pp.
               Draft of a [covering?] letter to Lady Violet
               Bonham Carter, AL, 2 pp.
     F.28      "Collapse of British Fascism?"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.29      "Colonial Snobbery"
               [1952]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.30      "Commissioner Whalea's New Idea"
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.31      "The Common Effort"
               "Draft". annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Ts., retyped version, 2 pp. & duplicate carbon
               ts., 2 pp.
     F.32      "Commonwealth Organization v. Imperialism"
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.33      "Concerning Death and Immorality"
               Outline [for a series of articles?], 3 pp.
               Notes [for this article?], 6 pp.
               Ms., 4 pp.
     F.34      "Concerning Names"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. & duplicate, 6 pp.
     F.35      "The Congress Case"
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp. & duplicate,
               5 pp.
     F.36      "Considerations on the British Constitution"
               Political Science Quarterly, Vol. LXX,
               no. 4, Dec. 1955, pp. 481-497.
               Ms., 13 pp.
               Carbon ts., 22 pp.
               Offprint, from Political Science Quaterly, 
               1955, 20 pp.
     F.37      "The Constitutional Crisis of 1931", note by
               G.E.G.C. on memo by Viscount Samuel
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.38      "Contempary British Political Thought"
               "Chelsea January 1952"
               Ms., 16pp.
               Annotated ts., 32 pp.
               Also rejection letter from The Dublin Review,
               ALs, dated 11 March 1953, 1 p.
     F.39      "Contemporary Political Sociology"
               Sociology, vol. 1, no. 3, September 1967.
               Ms. dated 7 March 1967, 12 pp & 1 p.
               Annotated ts., 23 pp. & l p.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 48 pp. total 
               2 offprints of article in covers, pp. 273, pp.
               293-301, 9 pp.
     F.40      "The Core of the Problem of India"
               Ts., 6 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 18 pp. total.
     
     
     Box 60    Articles Cr-E
     
     F.1       "Creating the Atlantic Community"
               Published version only, Fabian Tract #360
               March 1965, 23 pp.
     F.2       "Current Comment"
               Series of articles written for Bury Times
          1.   [On a visit to New York, The Hague, Manchester and
               Exeter],
               Carbon ts., "despatched 15/10/48", 3 pp.
          2.   ["The echoes of the Llandudno Conservative Party
               Conference have now reached ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., "4/11/48", 3 pp.
          3.   ["The American Elections have 
               confounded poll-takers']
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
          4.   ["I see that the Headminstress of Bury Grammar
               School..."]
               Carbon ts., "3/12/48", 3 pp. & duplicate. 3 pp.
          5.   [I'm saying Farewell to Bury ..."]
               Annotated ts., "20/12/48", 3 pp.
     F.3       "Current Comment"
               Cutting of published version of F.2 #1 above, 1
               leaf.
     F.4       "Current Comment"
               Cutting of published version of F.2 #2 above, 1
               leaf.
     F.5       Current Comment"
               Cutting of published version of F.2 #3 
               above, 1 leaf.
     F.6       "Currents in Contemporary English 
               Political Theory"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., incomplete, 3 pp.
               See also Lectures, Box 74, F.27.
     F.7       "Cyprus"
               [c. 1956]
               carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.8       "Das Dritte Reich"
               [1933]
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., [retyped version], incomplete, 6
               pp.
     F.9       "David Windsor"
               Current History, February 1937, pp. 88-95.
               Published version only, complete journal.
     F.10      "Daytonism and the Church of England"
               Harper's Magazine, April 1928, pp. 595-602
               Published version only, 4 leaves.
     F.11      "Democracy"
               [1920s?, 1930s?]
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.12      "Democracy and Culture"
               Contemporary and Review
               Ms., 8 pp.
               Galley proofs, 4 pp.
     F.13      "Democracy and Equality"
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Carbon ts., incomplete, 6 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., complete, 11 pp.
     F.14      "Design for India"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. & covering note dated 4/4/45, 1
     p.
               [Dimitroff Trial] - see ["One of the 
               Greatest Trials in History"]
               Box 64, F.7 below.
     F.15      [Divided Britain and America are Vulnerable ..."]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.16      "Does Britain need a `Brain Trust'?"
               The New Clarion.  July 15 1933, pp. 96-97
               Published version only, complete newspaper.
     F.17      "Drug Control and Liquor Control"
               Ms., 21 January 1964, 4pp.
               Annotated ts. marked "not Published, vi 69", 5 pp.
               Duplicate Carbon ts., dated "69", 5 pp.
               And annotated file folder.
     F.18      ["The Economic Conference in London ..."]
               Short notice for People and Freedom, dated
               "4/5/49,"
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.19      "Economic Planning for the British Commonwealth"
               [c. 1929?]
               Ms., 5 pp.
     F.20      "The Economic Programme of the Imperial
               Conference"
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Annotated ts., in Curtis Brown Ltd. covers, 5 pp.
     F.21      "Education and Television"
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 2 pp.
     F.22      "Education by Radio"
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. with ms. insert, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 4 pp. 
               With covering note dated  "8/5/44".
     F.23      "Edward VIII King - Emperor"
               [December 1936 - 1937?]
               Ms., 20 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 21 pp.
     F.24      "Emmanuel Mounier"
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. with covering note dated
               "15/4/50", 1 p.
     F.25      "The Ends of a Liberal Education"
               Fortnightly Review, March 1934,
               pp. 267-275
               Annotated ts., 12 pp.
               And cutting of published version, 5 leaves.
     F.26      "Epilogue"
               [1944?"]
               Ms., 10 pp [with annotated ts. (V.B.?) on verso],
               Heavily annotated ts., 10 pp.
               Carbon ts.,[retyped version], 21 pp.
     F.27      "Equality and What We Mean by It"
               Ms., 22 Nov. 1965, 12 pp.
               Annotated ts., 16 pp.
     F.28      "Equality and What We Mean by It"
               [same article as F.27]
               Annotated carbon ts., 16 pp., and 
               duplicate, 16 pp.
               Gallery proofs, 5 pp.
               And original file folder
     F.29      "Ernest Barker"
               Proceedings of the British Academy, 
               vol. XLVI [1960?]
               pp. 341-351
               Ms., 11 pp.
               Annotated ts., 12 pp. and duplicate carbon ts., 12
               pp.
               Offprint of published version, inscribed:
               "To darling Vera with love, 8.xi.61",
               11 pp.
     F.30      "Ernest Barker" - Dictionary of National 
               Biography Notice
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 7 pp., and duplicate 7 pp.
               And original file folder
     F.31      "The Essentials of Labour's Foreign Policy" 
               Ms. entitled "Labour's Foreign Policy, 1936",
               [incomplete], 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. & duplicate,
               4 pp.
               Original ts. of above carbon tss. further
               annotated and marked up for printer:  title now
               changed to "The Essentials of Labour's Foreign
               Policy", 4 pp.
     F.32      "The Establishment and the B.B.C."
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.33      "Europe and Washington:  A Survey"
               Ts., 7 pp.
               Carbon ts., 7 pp., & duplicate, 7 pp.
     F.34      "Exit the League?"
               Annotated ts., incomplete, 24 pp.
     F.35      "Experiment in Liberty"
               Carbon ts., 7 pp.
               Carbon ts., retyped version, 7 pp.
               [This piece is subheaded "S. K. Padover: Padover: 
               Jefferson" but it is an essay on Jefferson rather
               than a book review]
     F.36      "Export State Versus Free State"
               "Political Quaterly"
               Annotated ts., 16 pp.
     
     
     Box 61    Articles, F - H
     
     F.1       "The Faith of an Age"
               Ms., incomplete, 2 pp.
               Ts., 9 pp.
               Carbon ts., 9 pp., and duplicate, 9 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., [as above but without title
               and biographical pps.] 
               7 pp.
     F.2       "Fascist Stirrings in Britain"
               "Current History (U.S.A.), Feb. 1934", pp. 542-547
               Cutting of published version, 4 leaves & attached
               note by G.E.G.C., 1 p.
     F.3       "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
               Fortnightly Review,
               Ms., 10 pp.
               Annotated ts., 15 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 15 pp.
     F.4       "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
               [Same article as F.3]
               Offprint of published version , 11 p.
     F.5       The Foreign Policy of Ernest Bevin"
               Ms., 7 pp.
               Ts., 10 pp. & covering letter from Franz J. Horch
               dated Jan. 11 1947
     F.6       "The Fork in the Road"
               ["British Atlantic Committee"]
               Ms., 8 pp.
     F.7       "Foundations Laid in Boston"
               Ms., 6 pp.
     F.8       "Founder of the United States"
               Ts., 2 pp.
     F.9       "Free India"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 5 pp. with two attached letters
               dated 6 June 1947, 2 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp. with attached letter
               dated 11 June 1947, 1 p.
     F.10      "Free Speech Suppression Bill"
               [late 1930's]
               Annotated carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.11      "The Free World Commonwealth and the Atlantic
               Community"
               [c. 1963]
               Annontated carbon ts., 25 pp.
               With publicity enclosures, 3 pp. 
     F.12      "The Free World Commonwealth and the 
               Atlantic Community"
               "Fabian Society Pamphlet - Draft.
               May 1963.
               Heavily annotated carbon ts. with ms. insertions,
               53 pp. total
               And typed,  duplicated  version, 37 pp., Copy of
               letter from Clem (Atlee) dated 29 April 1963.
               Also galley proofs dated March 1965, 8pp.
     F.13      "Free World Commonwealth and Common Market"
               Ms., in two parts, the first 26 pp., the second
               [headed "Free World Commonwealth and Atlantic
               Community"], 21 pp.
               This ms. later became F.12 above, "Free World
               Commonwealth and the Atlantic Community".
     F.14      "Free World Commonwealth and Common Market"
               Typed and duplicated version of F.13 above
               [which became F.12], "6 vi 1962", 26 pp.
               And annotated version (changing it to F.12), 26
               pp.
               Also list of corrigenda, ms. & carbon ts., 11 pp.
     F.15      "Freedom of Broadcasting"
               ["December Contribution", "Contribution to the
               International Pen symposium]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., [rejected?] first page and duplicate,
               2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp., & 2 duplicates, 10 pp. total
     F.16      "Freedom of Speech and Television"
               Ms., 9 pp.
               Carbon ts., 13 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 13 pp. with envelopes &
               covering note dated 16 October 1953.
     F.17      "From San Francisco to London"
               [1946]
               Annotated carbon ts., 7 pp. & duplicate,
               7 pp.
               With attached counterfoil dated "4/1/46"
     F.18      "The Fruits of the Black Shirt Revolution"
               [1930s]
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.19      "The Function of Political Science"
               The Western Political Quaterly, December 1956, pp.
               815-825
               Offprint of published version, 11 pp.
     F.20      "Functionalism and Sovereignty"
               "Contemporary, Sept. '43"
               Annotated carbon ts., 13 pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 15 pp. with
               attached note dated "16.8.44"
     F.21      [Gandhi] ["The incident in the life of the Mahatma
               ..."]
               Carbon ts., 3 pp., & duplicate 3 pp. with attached
               note, 1 p.
     F.22      "Gandhi Birthday"
               [A written report of a speech by
               G.E.G.C. - 1945/6?]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.23      "Geopolitics and Power"
               [Planned as part of a book?]
               Annotated carbon ts. with ms. insertions, 36 pp.
     F.24      "Gold Coast Democracy"
               The Contemporary Review, June, 1956,
               pp. 338 -341
               Annotated duplicated typescript, 5 pp., & 2
               duplicates, 10 pp. total.
               Annotated gallery proofs. 2 pp.
     F.25      "Gold Coast Democracy"
               [Same article as F.24 above]
               2 cuttings of published version.  6 leaves total
               Published version, complete journal.
     F.26      "The Great Debate"
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. with attached note dated January
               28 1948, 1 p.
     F.27      "Has Liberalism a Future?"
               University Review, University of Kansas City,
               October 1940, pp. 11-14.
               Annotated carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.28      "Has Liberalism a Future?"
               [Same article as F.27 above]
               Published version, complete journal.
     F.29      "Heirs of Shakespeare"
               [1950s?]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp.
     F.30      "Historical Mysticism and Political Science"
               The Nineteenth Century, August, 1927.
               Annotated galley proofs, 10 pp.
     F.31      "The House of Lords"
               The Contemporary Review, January, 1958, pp. 5-8.
               Published version only, complete journal.
     F.32      "How New a World?"
               The Contemporary Review, September, 1943
               Ms., 10 pp.
               Carbon ts., 14 pp., & duplicate, 14 pp.
               Annotated ts., [a second version], 16 pp., &
               duplicate, 16 pp.
               Annotated ts., [a third version], 14 pp.
               Annotated ts., [a fourth version], 12 pp., &
               duplicate, 12 pp.
     F.33      "How New a World?"
               [Same article as F.32 above]
               Offprint of published version, 8 pp.
     F.34      "How Reform the Lords?"
               Ms., 7 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., lacking last page,
               6 pp.
               2 Duplicate carbon tss., complete, 14 pp. total.
     F.35      "The Humanity of the Mahatma"
               "Rome, 3 May 1963"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. & duplicate, 3 pp.
               Addition to this article, ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     
     
     Box 62    Articles, I - L
     
               "I Write As I Please" - see "A  Very Modest 
               Proposal".
     F.1       "Immediate Programme - United Front"
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.2       "Imperialism and the East"
               Ts., 6 pp. & duplicate carbon tss., 12 pp. total.
     F.3       "Imperialist War or Socialist Peace?"
               [1936?]
               Annotated carbons ts., 5 pp.
     F.4       "Implementing Atlantic Union"
               Contemporary Review, October 1951,
               pp. 218-223
               Annotated carbon ts., 11 pp., & duplicate, 11 pp.
               Further annotated ts., 11 pp.
     F.5       "Implementing Atlantic Union"
               [Same article as F.4 above]
               Published version, complete journal.
     F.6       "Import Boards:  Labour and the Imperial
               Conference Programme"
               Annotated ts., in Curtis Brown Ltd. covers, 5 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 10 pp. total.
     F.7       "In Dispraise of Education"/"More Praise Folly"
               The Saturday Review, 5 March 1932,
               pp. 241-2
               Annotated ts., 11 pp.
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf.
     F.8       "In Honour of G.N. Dhawan"
               [for G.N. Dhawan Memorial Volume]
               Ms., 26 Aug. 1964, 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. & 2 duplicates, 4 pp. total.
     F.9       "In What Shall We Have Faith?"
               [c. 1946]
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.10      [India] ["I have no official
                position ..."]
               Press Release, Delhi, April 27 1946
               Carbon ts., 1 p., & duplicate, 1 p.
     F.11      "India and the Commonwealth"
               Ms., 2 Jan. 1965, 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.12      "India in World Affairs"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp., & 3 copies, 15 pp. total.
     F.13      "The India of Princes"
               Ms., [article outline?], 1 p.
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Ts., 3 pp., & 2 duplicate carbontss, one with
               inductory page, 7 pp. total
               Annotated carbon ts., [retyped version],
               3 pp. & 2 duplicates, 6 pp. total.
     F.14      "The Indian Settlement"
               Suggestions for articles and biographical outlines
               Ms. outline, l p.
               Ts., outline and description, 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., outline only, & 3 duplicates
               Carbon ts., description, 2 pp., & duplicate
               Duplicated ts., [biography of G.E.G.C.], 3 copies,
               3 pp.
               And covering letter from Curtis Brown dated 6 Aug.
               1946, 1 p.
     F.15      "Instant Europe"
               Tribune, May 1969
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp., & duplicate, 4 pp.
     F.16      "Is the Committee on Un-American Activities as Bad
               as it is Painted?"
               Ts., "copy sent to Reuters 26/9/48", 4 pp.
               Ts., [a retyped version], 4 pp.
               6 duplicate carbon tss., 24 pp. total
     F.17      "It Is `We' Between Us"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp.
     F.18      "Italy Asks us to Make up Our Minds"
               3 cuttings of published version only.
               6 October 1946, 3 leaves.
     F.19      "Italy under the Republic"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
               And research material - duplicated ts.,
               2 pp. & 2 cuttings, all dated 1946.
     F.20      "Jade Lute and Dragon-Beards"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 7 pp., & duplicate, 7 pp.
     F.21      "Jeremy Bentham:  Political Philosopher"
               Everybody's, February 1948
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Carbon ts., 7 pp., with attached note,
               1 p. & duplicate, 7 pp.
     F.22      "Jill`s Job"
               Annotated ts., 6 pp., & attached letter from H.D.
               Henderson, editor of The Nation, dated 21 Feb.
               1928, 1 p.
     F.23      "Labour and Education"
               Ms., 5 pp.
     F.24      "Labour and Leisure"
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Ts., incomplete, 10 pp.
     F.25      "The Labour Party and Peace"
               Peace, October 1937, pp. 104-105
               Published version only, complete journal.
     F.26      "Labour Party Conference:  Chelsea Resolution"
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               "Labour's Foreign Policy, 1936" - see
               "The Essentials of Labour's Foreign Policy".
     F.27      "Labour's Peace Aims"
               [1936-7?]
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
     F.28      [Laski and the Communist Manifesto]
               Annotated carbon ts. dated 4/11/48, 2 pp. and 3
               duplicates, 6 pp. total.
     F.29      "The Last of the Viceroys"
               Human Events, Aug. 6 1947
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. & duplicate, 6 pp.
               Published version, complete bulletin.
     F.30      "The Last of the Viceroys"
               [A different article]
               Ms., 15 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 16 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 16 pp. with attached ntoe
               from agent Franz J. Horch,
               July 23 l947.
               Further duplicate carbon ts., 16 pp.
     F.31      "Last Things"
               Ms., [first draft?], 8 pp.
               Ms., [Second draft?], 11 pp.
               Annotated ts., 14 pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 14 pp.
     F.32      "Liberalism after Munich"
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
     F.33      "Library of Dreams"
               The International Journal of Social Psychiatry,
               vol. XI, no. 4, 1965.
               Ms., dated 20 Dec. 1963, 4 pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 6 pp.
               Offprint of published version, 4 pp.
     F.34      "Living Forces in England:  the Political Scene"
               Ms., 9 pp.
     F.35      "London Letter"
               [The great news of this week is the American
               Presidential Election ..."]
               [1944?]
               Ts. 4 pp.
     F.36      "London Letter IV"
               ["France has been in the forefront of the week`s
               news ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.37      "Sixth London Letter"
               ["London this week has been in crisis.  The issue
               has been Greece and the danger that the Churchill
               Coalition Government might fall ..."]
               [1945?]
               Ms., 3 pp
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.38      "London Letter"
               ["At last the British public is becoming alive to
               what has happened in China ..."]
               "11/2/49" "Nation" "Reuter"
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.39      "London Letter"
               ["The Liberal Party Conference at Hastings has
               just broken up ..."]
               "1/4/49" "Nation" "Reuter"
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.40      "London Letter"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               With attached letter from Saturday Review, June 12
               1953, 1 p.
     
     
     Box 63    Articles, M - N
     
     F.1       "Mahatma Gandhi"
               Ms., dated 5 Dec. 1969, 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2 pp. & duplicate, 2 pp.
     F.2       "Malenkov in the Cathedral"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 9 pp. & duplicate,
               9 pp.
     F.3       "The Man Who Lost the British Election"
               [1945]
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.4       "Marx and Me"
               Ms., 2 May 1964, 4 pp.
     F.5       [Marxism/Gandhi]
               ["At the present time the world is dominated by
               two Great Powers ..."]
               Ts., 4 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
               Annotated ts., "copy sent to Reuters 26/9/48", 4
               pp & attached note, 1 p.
               Duplicate carbon tss., 16 pp. total
               Duplicated ts., [biography of G.E.G.C.],
               1 p.
               And file folder annotated "Overall Strategy of
               Democratic Ideas".
     F.6       "Mastering the Machine" - An Economic Survey - III
               The Clarion, Oct. 1930, p. 482
               Cutting of published version only, 1 p.
     F.7       "The Meaning of Community"
               Nomos II
               "Harvard Conference of the P. L. P. S., Christmas
               1957"
               Ms., 20 pp.
     F.8       "The Meaning of Community"
               [Same article as F.7]
               Carbon ts., 22 Nov. 1957, 23 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 46 pp.
               4 incomplete duplicate carbon tss., 59 pp.
               3 variant pages, 2 annotated, 3 pp.
     F.9       "The Meaning of Community"
               [Same article as F.7 & F.8 above]
               Annotated galley proofs, 7 pp.
     F.10      "The Meaning of Liberty"
               [1935]
               Carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.11      "Medievalism and Renaissance:  1932"
               Ms., 7 pp. with attached note, 1 p.
               Annotated carbon ts., 16 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 32 pp. total
               2 [rejected?] pps., annotated ts., 2 pp.
     F.12      "Men and Occassions"
               Federation of British Artists Quaterly, Summer
               1973.
               2 galleys of rejected version.
               One galley of published version, 7 pp. total.
     F.13      "The Mind of America"
               "25 August 1948"
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
     F.14      "The Mission of Socialism"
               Ms., 5 pp.
     F.15      "Mr. Wilkie Sees for Himself"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.16      "Monarchy"
               "Sent to Reuters 27.10.48"
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. with attached note
     F.17      "Monstrously Unnecessary"
               Annotated ts., 23 August 1967, 29 pp.
     F.18      "More on Humanae Vitae"
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 January 1969,
               4 pp.
     F.19      [Mosley/Fascism]
               ["The answer of the British electors to those who
               repudiate the democratic principle ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp. & handwritten
               addition, 1 p.
     F.20      "Must the Disarmament Conference Fail?"
               Peace News, Aug. 9, 1957, p. 5.
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               Annotated galley proofs, 1 p.
     F.21      "Must the Disarmament Conference Fail?"
               [Same article as F.20 above]
               2 copies of published version, 2 complete
               newspapers.
     F.22      "N.E.I. Conference, Luxenberg."
               [1948]
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 8 pp. total
               See also F.40 below.
     F.23      "Nehru:  A Tribute"
               Indo-Asian Culture, July [n.d. - post 1963], pp.
               19-22
               Ms., 27 July 1964, 4pp.
               2 offprints of published version, 4 leaves.
     F.24      "The Nescient Waywardness of Human Kind"
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
     F.25      "Neutrality"
               Annotated carbon ts, "Reuters", dated
               15 May 1950, 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., [retyped version],
               5 pp. & duplicate, 5 pp.
     F.26      "The New Basis for Politics"
               Ms., 28 May 1946, 18 pp.
     F.27      "The New Basis for Politics"
               [Same article as F.22 above]
               Carbon ts., 15 pp. with attached letter from agent
               Franz J. Horch dated July 12 1946, 1 p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 15 pp. with attached copy of
               letter to Vera Brittain from secretarial bureau,
               letter from V.B? to secretarial bureau (Miss West)
               & copy of letter from bureau to Ruth N. Anshen,
               all April 1947, total 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version]. 24 pp. & duplicate,
               24 pp.
     F.28      "The New Commonwealth of Nations"
               Fortnightly Review, February 1943,
               pp. 89-95
               Ts., 16 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 16 pp.
     F.29      "The New CommonWealth of Nations"
               [Same article as F.28 above]
               Carbon ts., [second draft] 13 pp. and duplicate,
               13 pp.
     F.30      "The New Commonwealth of Nations"
               [Same article as F.28 & 29 above]
               Unrevised galley proofs, 3 pp.]
     F.31      "The New Commonwealth of Nations"
               [Same article as F.28 & 29 & 30]
               Offprint of the published version, 8 pp.
     F.32      "New Deal for the World"
               Calvalcade, May 5, 1945, p. 10
               Published version only, complete magazine.
     F.33      "New Dispensation in Anglo-American Relations"
               [1945?]
               Ms., 5 pp.
               2 annotated carbon tss., 7 pp.
     F.34      "The New Science of Politics"
               [c. 1940]
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.35      "New Trends in Socialism"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp., & duplicate, 6 pp.
     F.36      "The New World"
               Ms., 4 pp.
     F.37      "The Newest Russia"
               [1935]
               Carbon ts. by "Michael John", 4 pp.
     F.38      "The Newest War Ruse"
               Ms., 5 pp. & attached biography of G.E.G.C.,
               Ms., 2 pp. & draft of letter, ms., 1 p.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.39      "1914 - 1934"
               [August 1934]
               Published version only, offprint, 11pp.
     F.40      [Nouvelles Equipes Internationales] ["The recent
               conference, on the Unity of Europe, of the ..."
               "Editorial"
               Ms., 3 pp. & 2 attached notes, one dated 28 Sept.
               1948, 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. & duplicates, 9 pp. total
               See also F.22 above, and Lectures, Box 75, F.20 &
               21.
     F.41      "Nuremberg Judgement"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 1 Aug. 1946, 5pp., & 2
               duplicates, 10 pp. total.
               Annotated carbon ts., [revised version], dated 3
               Aug. 1946, 6 pp. & duplicate,
               6 pp.
     F.42      [Nuremberg Trial]
               [Not the same as F.41]
               Ms., 2 pp.
     
     
     Box 64    Articles 0 - P
     
     F.1       "Obit" [on G.B. Shaw]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.2       "On authority"
               [c. 1957-8]
               Ms., 15 pp.
               Notes and inserts, ms. & carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., incomplete, with many multiple
               duplicate pages, 32 pp. total
               And annotated file folder.
     F.3       "On Freedom"
               Ms., 15 pp.
               Annotated ts., 29 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 29pp.
     F.4       "On Perpetual Peace"
               Peace News, June 16, 1939, p.4
               Ms., 7 pp.
               Carbon ts., 9 pp., with [insert?] additional
               carbon ts., 1 p., duplicate
               1 p.
     F.5       "On Perpetual Peace"
               [Same article as F.4]
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf.
     F.6       "On Pollsters"
               Contemporary Review, October 1970,
               pp. 186-188.
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Revised gallery proofs, 1 p. 
               And 10 copies,  10 pp.
               Cutting of published version, 2 leaves.
     F.7       ["One of the greatest trials in
               history ..." [Dimitroff Trial] 
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               See also below, "Torgler's Doom".
               ["Overall strategy of Democratic Ideas"] -see
               [Marxism/Ghandi], Box 63, F.5
     F.8       "The Pacifist Philosophy of Gandi Reconsidered"
               Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced
               Study, Vol. 11, 1969,
               pp. 290-295.
               Ms., dated 23 Aug. 1968, 9 pp.
               Carbon ts., 8 pp., & 2 duplicates, 16 pp. total
               Further duplicate carbon ts., incomplete, 7 pp.
               Further duplicate carbon ts., p. 5 only,
               1 p.
               Offprint of the published version, 6 pp.
     F.9       "Pax Mundi"
               [Originally Address, Rome Conference of the World
               Academy, Sept. 8-13, 1965 - see also Lectures, Box
               75, F.24]
               Conflict Resolution and World Education, edited by
               Stuart Mudd, 1966, pp. 15-24
               Ms. entitled "Monstrously Unnecessary?"", 17 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 28 pp. and 2
               insertions, 2 pp.
               2 sets of page proofs of address from the
               secretariat, Israel, one annotated, 18 pp. each.
               2 further proof sets, different format
               unannotated, 21 pp. each
               Insert for proof, ms, 1 p. & 2 duplicate carbon
               tss., 2 pp.
               Heavily revised page proofs 21pp., 
               2 offprints from W. Junk publishers, Conflict
               Resolution and World          Education, 13 pp.
                                   each, 
               See also Lectures, Box 75, F.24
     F.10      "Peace and Geopolitics"
               [c. 1945]
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
               Ts., [retyped version], 5 pp.
     F.11      "Peace and Liberty"
               [1940s]
               Ms., 4 pp.
     F.12      "Peace Aims and How to Achieve Them"
               Peace, October [c. 1940?]
               Galley proofs, unrevised, 2 copies, 4 pp. total.
     F.13      "Peace with Honour"
               [1930s]
               Ts., in Curtis Brown Ltd. covers, 3 pp.
     F.14      People & Freedom
               Brief items sent (by G.E.G.C. as editor) to P&F,
               14 Feb. 1949 carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.15      People & Freedom
               Editorial, carbon ts., dated 2/3/49, 3 pp.
               "Perpetual Peace" - see "On Perpetual Peace", F.4
               & F.5 above.
     F.16      "Picking up the Convoy"
               Ms., 4 pp.
     F.17      "Picking up the Convoy"
               [same article as F.16 above]
               "Submitted by The Yorkshire Post"
               Annotated ts., 6 pp.
     F.18      "The Place of the Introvert"
               Ms., 5 pp.
     F.19      "Planned Science, or Where There's a Will"
               Ms., 18 pp. with addition, ms., 3 pp. and another
               [unrealated?] section, 3 pp.
     F.20      "The Police and the Fascists"
               [1934]
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.21      "Policy of the Czech Agrarians"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 4 pp. & 2 attached letters, one
               from J. Kose, 14/8/1938, 1 p., the other from the
               Evening Standard, 4/8/1938, 1 p.
     F.22      "Political Aspects of Western European Union"
               Ms., 11 April 1948, 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. & 3 duplicates, 12 pp. total.
     F.23      "Political Parties:  Democratic Instruments or
               Relgious Conventicles?"
               Contemporary Review, October & November [1961]
               Ms., incomplete, 2 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2 pp. & 3 more copies.
     F.24      "Political Parties:  Democratic Instruments or
               Regligious Conventicles?"
               [same article as F.23 above]
               Revised galley proofs:
               parts i & ii, October, 3 pp.
               parts iii & iv, [incomplete], November,
               2 pp.
     F.25      "Political Science"
               [c. 1971]
               [Encyclopedia Article?]
               Material relating to format of the article, 10 pp.
               Ms., [incomplete], 19 pp.
               [paginated 1-17, 26]
               Annotated ts., 33 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 33 pp.
     F.26      "Political Science and Philosophy"
               "Article for Collier`s Encyclopaedia"
               Duplicated ts., 23 pp., another duplicate, 23 pp.
               & page from another copy, 2 pp.
               Also  bibliography, ms, 3 pp.
     F.27      "Political Science and the Practical Problems of
               Peace"
               Western Political Quarterly, vol. XII,
               no. 4, Dec. 1959, pp. 917-931
               Canadian Political Science Association, 1959
               Annotated duplicated ts., 23 pp., & another
               duplicate, 23 pp.
               Offprint of published version, 15 pp.
     F.28      Political Science:  Does It Exist?"
               Annotated carbon ts., 16 pp. with attached
               biography of G.E.G.C., carbon ts., 1 p., and
               covering letter from American Political Science
               Review, June 19, 1964,
               1 p.
               See also Lectures, Box 75, F.30
     F.29      "Political Science:  Does It Exist?"
               [same article as F.28 above]
               Annotated carbon ts. [as in F.28], 16 pp. with
               covering letter Political Science Quarterly, July
               13 1964, 1 p.
               Ms., 18 pp.
               Carbon ts., 45 pp. & 3 duplicates, 135 pp. total.
     F.30      "Political Theory:  What is It?"
               Political Science Quarterly, Vol. LXXII, no. 1,
               March 1957, pp. 1-27
               Ms., 18 pp.
               Carbon ts., 45 pp & 3 duplicates, 135 pp. total.
     F.31      "Political Theory:  What is It?"
               [Same article as F.30 above]
               Galley proofs, corrected, 10 pp.
               Reprint from Political Science Quarterly,
               vol. LXXII, no. 1, March 1957, pp. 1 -27
     F.32      "Political Theory:  What is It?"
               [same article as F.30 & F.31 above]
               Page proofs, corrected, 27 pp. & preliminaries for
               McGill pamphlet publication
               Published version, in pamphlet form, together with
               "Politics in Theory and Practice"  (Rome address,
               Sept 1958),
               McGill, [n.d.] 43 pp. & note from editor, Jan. 29
               1959.
     F.33      "Political Theory:  What is It?"
               Master sheet of title page for F.32 above &
               duplicate version, 2 leaves.
               See also Lectures, Box 75, F.34-35
     F.34      "Politicians Inflame Religious Hatreds in India"
               Annotated carbon ts., [orginally entitled "The
               Care of the Problem of India"], 8 pp.
     F.35      "The Pope's Christmas Message"
               "14-1-49" "People and Freedom Editorial"
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.36      "Post-War"
               [Article?] [1940?]
               Ms., 3 pp.
     
     
     Box 65    Articles Pr - R
     
     F.1       "The Present Crisis of Civilization"
               Ms., 16 pp.
               See also Lectures, Box  76, F.1.
     F.2       "The Price of Liberty"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 8 pp.
     F.3       "Problems of Labour Policy"
               [1930s?]
               Galley proofs, 1 p.
     F.4       "Prohibition"
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.5       "Prohibition as a Social Experiment"
               [late 1920s?]
               Carbon ts., in Curtis Brown Ltd. covers,
               8 pp.
     F.6       "Project in Political Science"
               "Montreal, 25 May 1959"
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., & 4 duplicates, 8 pp. total.
     F.7       "Propaganda and the Cold War"
               Carbon ts., 14 pp.
     F.8       "Propaganda as a Function of Government"
               [1930s?]
               Annotated carbon ts., 27 pp.
     F.9       "Propaganda Cheaper than Atom Bombs"
               Daily Telegraph, 11 July 1950
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.10      "Prospects of a Presidency"
               [1953]
               Annotated carbon ts., 6 pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 8 pp.
     F.11      ["Putting the Atlantic Community"]
               Carbon ts., corrections only, 1 p.
     F.12      [Queen's Visit to America]
               Carbon ts., outline of proposed article only, 2
               pp., & duplicate, 2 pp.
     F.13      "Queen Elizabeth in Washington"
               Ms., 5 pp.
     F.14      "The Quest Beyond the Ephemeral"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Ts., 4 pp. with covering letter from G.E.G.C. to
               the Editor of The Aryan Path, 18 July 1941, 1 p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 4 pp. & duplicate carbon
               ts., of the above letter, 1 p.
     F.15      "Quest for faith"
               Ms.,  9 pp. with covering letter from J. Middleton
               Murray, (Peace News),
               24 June 1941, 1 p.
     F.16      "The Quest for Values"
               Ms., 17 pp.
               Ms., [rewritten version], 12 pp.
     F.17      "The Quest for Values"
               [Same article as F.16]
               Annotated ts., 14 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 28 pp. total
     F.18      "Rabindranath Tagore"  [Lecture?]
               Annotated duplicated typescript, 40 pp. &
               duplicate, 40 pp. with folder.
               See also Lectures, Box 76, F.4, & Manuscripts, Box
               36, F.17-F.20
     F.19      "Rationalization means Nationalization"
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.20      "Rationalization, Social Democracy and America"
               Ms., 14 pp. & 2 small sheets with related notes, 2
               pp.
     F.21      "Rationalization, Social Democracy and America"
               Annotated carbon ts., 20 pp. with attached
               outline, ms., 1 p.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 20 pp.
     F.22      "Las Relaciones de la Teoria y la Pratica en
               Politica"
               ["The Relations in Politics of Theory and Pratice"
               - article in Spanish]
               Annotated ts., 20 pp.
               See also Lectures,  Box 76, F.5 & F.6.
     F.23      Religion:  What Is It?
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.24      "Relgious Guides"
               [Report of a talk by G.E.G.C., 1944]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 6 pp.
     F.25      "A Reply to Existentialism"
               [Given at Aristotelian Society Meeting,  June 16,
               1947]
               Offprint of published version only, pp. 197-224.
               See also Lectures, Box 76, F.7
     F.26      "The Republic of India"
               Ms., 10 pp. attached note, 1 p.
               Ts., 10pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 10pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 10pp. & attached note, 1p.
     F.27      "Republic Convention, Philadelphia"
               24 June 1948
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Ts., 6 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6 pp. and attachments: 
               (i) list of those to whom copy of the article has
               been sent, ts., 1 p. 
               (ii) copy of letter from secretarial bureau to
               Vera, 28 June 194[8?], carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.28      "The Restoration of Christendom"
               "I"   Carbon ts., 3 pp.
                "II" Carbon ts., "31.12.48", 4 pp.
               "III" Carbon ts., 4 pp., & duplicate, 
               4 pp.
     F.29      "The Revival of Natural Law"
               Annotated ts., 13 pp. & notes [for article?] ts.,
               1 p.
     F.30      "Revolution in Education"
               Ms., 6 pp.
               For published version see below, Box 67, F.7.
     F.31      "The Revolution in Political Theory"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 4 pp., & 4 more duplicate
               carbon tss.,  16 pp. total. 
     F.32      "The Riddle of the New Sphinx"
               "26/10/45"
               Ms., 7 pp. with a draft letter to Dr. F. Horch on
               last page.
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
     F.33      "The Riddle of the New Sphinx"
               [Same article as F.32]
               Duplicate carbon ts., 7 pp. with attached carbon
               ts., of draft letter above, dated 25 Oct. 1945, &
               note of Scandinavian addresses, ms., 1 p.
     F.34      "The Role of Education in India"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Ts., "22-ii-63", 5 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 10 pp. total.
     F.35      "The Role of Political Propaganda in American
               Democracy"
               University of Kansas City Review, Autumn 1952, pp.
               16-25
               Annotated carbon ts., 19 pp.
     F.36      "The Role of Political Propaganda in American
               Democracy"
               [Same article as F.35]
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 21 pp.
               5 duplicate carbon tss., 105 pp. total.
     F.37      "The Role of Political Propaganda in American
               Democracy"
               [Same article as F.35 & F.36 above]
               Offprint of the published version, 10 pp.
     F.38      "The Role of Political Propaganda in a Democracy"
               [Late 1930s?]
               Ms., 12 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., with ms. inserts, lacking
               P.5, 17 pp.
     F.39      "Roosevelt and Hitler"
               [1930s?]
               Annotated carbon ts., 11 pp.
     
     
     Box 66    Articles, S-T
     
     F.1       "The Saga of a Book"*
               Annotated carbon ts., 9 pp.
     F.2       "St. Boniface of Devon"
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 4 pp. total
     F.3       "San Fransico and After:  The Relations Between
               Britain, Russia and U.S.A."
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.4       "Sanctions?" / "Sanctions and Socialism"
               [Forward, August & September 1937?]
               A pair of articles published sequentially 
               "Sanctions?", carbon ts., 3 pp
               "Sanctions and Socialism", ms., 5 pp. and carbon
               ts., 7 pp.
     F.5       "Sartre Resartus"
               "Published in Pamphlet form by Personalist Group"
               Annotated carbon ts., 13 pp.
     F.6       "Science and Democracy"
               Contemporary Review, February 1958
               Carbon ts., [research material?]:  critique of
               Walter Lippman by Otto Heinrich v.d. Gablentz, 3
               pp.
               Ms., 8 pp.
               Annotated ts., 8 pp.
               Also offprint of published version, 4 pp.
     F.7       "Science and Democracy"
               [same article as F.6 above]
               Annotated ts., (first page only) & annotated
               carbon ts., 8 pp. total
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 8 pp.
               * This essay is also listed in the Book Review
               Section
     F.8       "Science and Democracy"
               Offprint of published version, 4 pp.
     F.9       "See How They Run"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. & duplicate,
               4 pp.
     F.10      "The Senility of American Liberalism"
               Annotated ts., 8 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., [retyped version],
               9 pp. & attached letter from The Nation, July 21
               1931, 1 p.
     F.11      "Septicentenarian Parliament"
               Political Studies, Vol. XIV, no. 2, 1966
               Ms., dated 18 Aug. 1965, 12 pp. & 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 19 pp. & 3 duplicates, 57 pp. total.
               Annotated carbon ts., marked up for printer, 19
               pp.
               Annotated galley proofs, 8 pp.
     F.12      "Septicentenarian Parliament"
               [same article as F.11 above]
               Offprint of published version, 9 pp.
     F.13      "Sex-Restrictive Industrial Legislation"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Ts., 3 pp.
               Annotated duplicate carbon ts., 3 pp. & 3 further
               duplicate, 9 pp. total.
     F.14      "Simplicity"
               West London Press, 2 Nov. 1951
               Cutting of published version only
               Sir Ernest Barker - see Ernest Barker
     F.15      "Sir Oswald Mosley and British Fascism"
               [1933]
               Annotated carbon ts., in Curtis Brown Ltd. covers,
               15 pp.
     F.16      "The Social Trend in India"
               Ms., dated "11/6/46", 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp
     F.17      [Social Democracy in England]  
               ["I always find it difficult to deal with people
               ..."]
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
     F.18      "Socialist Colonial Plan"
               [1930s]
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.19      "Soliloquy on Murder"
               [1930s?]
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
     F.20      "The S.O.S. of Peace"
               [1930s]
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.21      "The South African Republic"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. & duplicate, 4 pp.
     F.22      "Spanish Monarchy"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated "12/4/48",
               2 pp.
     F.23      ["Sputnik & After"]
               Ms., 4 pp. & envelope bearing above title, Carbon
               ts., 5 pp.
               See also F.24.
     F.24      "Sputnik and the Peace Problem"
               [same article as F.23 above]
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp. & another duplicate, 5
               pp.
     F.25      "Statement of Peace Aims"
               Ms., 4 pp. & attached note, 1 p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.26      "The Strange Case of Lord Pakenham"
               People and Freedom, no. 132, July 1953
               Published version only, editorial, pp. 1-2
               Complete issue.F.27[Streit, Clarence - obituary?]
               [1960s? 1970s?]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.28      "Strong Hand at the Helm"
               [1934]
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.29      "The Study of Indian Art" - Introduction.
               Introduction by G.E.G.C. to talk by
               K. de B. Codrington, given before the Tagore
               Society, March 9, 1944.
               Published by Tagore Society, 1944.
               Published version only, pp. 5-6
               Complete brochure
               And 3 items related to India [research material?]
     F.30      "The Suez Crisis and World Opinion"
               [1956?]
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp. & duplicate,
               5 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., unannotated, 5 pp.
     F.31      "The Supreme Opportunity"
               [1938?]
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.32      "The Tactics of Socialist Reconstruction"
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.33      "The Tastes of Scardanapalus"
               "Cornell University"  [1920s?]
               Annotated ts., 19 pp.
     F.34      "The Tastes of Scardanapalus"
               [Same article as F.33 above]
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 57 pp. total.
     F.35      "Technology Re-examined"
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.36      "This Dark and Barbarous Age"
               Ms., 15 pp.
               Annotated ts., 12 pp.
     
     F.37      "This Giant Air Monopoly"
               [1930]
               Published version only, offprint, 9 pp.
     F.38      "Thomas Hobbes and Contemporary Political Theory"
               Political Science Quaterly, Vol. LXXXII, March
               1967, no. 1, pp. 1-13
               See also Lectures, Box 76, F.19 & F.20
     F.39      "Today's Biggest Need - New Ideas"
               [Continental Daily Mail, Paris?]
               17 Nov. 1951
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf
               See also same article with variant title F.20 &
               F.34 in following box.
     F.40      "Tom Paine:  Radical Reformer"
               [1937]
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., rewritten version, 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., further revisions of the rewritten
               version, 4 pp.
     F.41      "Torgler's Doom?  Reichstag Trial and Nazi Mercy"
               [1933]
               Annotated ts., incomplete, 3 pp.
               [See above "One of the Greatest Trials ..."]
     F.42      "The Twilight of the Dictators"
               [1930s?]
               Annotated ms., 6 pp.
     F.43      "Two American Journeys"
               Yorkshire Post, 13 Jan. 1941.
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.44      "Two Spheres of Influence"
               Calvalcade, July 7 1945
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.45      "Two Years to Go-What then?"
               Continental Daily Mail, Paris, 4 Oct. 1949
               4 cuttings of published version only, 4 leaves.
     
     
     Box 67    Articles, U - Z
     
     F.1       "The Unbalance of Power"
               [1950s?]
               Carbon ts., 8 pp.
     F.2       "Under the Rule of Nine Old Men"
               Labour, June 1987
               Originally titled "America and the Supreme Court"
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
     F.3       "Unilateralism"
               [Continental Review, 1961?]
               Carbon ts., 8 pp
               And an annotated duplicate, 8 pp.
     F.4       "The Union of the English-Speaking World"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
     F.5       "The Unity of Europe"
               Pamphlet, C.J. Temple Ltd., London,
               [n.d.-1950s?]
               Annotated carbon ts. [first 3 sections of
               published version, pp. 1-14], 11 pp.
     F.6       "The Unity of Europe"
               [Same article as F.5 above]
               Published version, pamphlet, 31 pp.
     F.7       "A University at York" ["Revolution in Education"]
               Contemporary Review, December1959.
               Offprint of published version only, 5 pp.
               [follows piece on same topic by V.A. Heigham],
               complete offprint, 8 pp.
               For ms. draft see above, Box 65 , F.30.
     F.8       "University of the Air"
               Contemporary Review, July 1960,
               pp. 358-360.
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.9       "University of the Air"
               [same article as F.8 above]
               Annotated galley proofs, 1 p.
     F.10      "University of the Air"
               [Same article as F.8 & F.9 above]
               Cutting of published version only, 3 pp.
     F.11      "University of the Air"
               [Same article as F.8, F.9, & F.10 above]
               Published version, complete issue of journal.
     F.12      "The Utility of Political Science"
               Ms., 16 pp.
     F.13      "The Utitlity of Political Science"
               [Same article as F.12 above]
               Annotated carbon ts., 32 pp. & 2 duplicates, 64
               pp. total.
     F.14      "U.N.O.:  Round-Table or a World Police Force?"
               [Continental Daily Mail, Paris] "4.4.51"
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf.
     F.15      "A Very Modest Proposal"  [I Write as I Please]
               John O'London's, 27 Dec. 1962, pp. 575-576
               Ms., dated 9 Nov. 1962, 6 pp.
     F.16      "A Very Modest Proposal"
               [Same article as F.15 above]
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 6 pp., & 3 further
               duplicate, 18 pp. total.
     F.17      "A Very Modest Proposal"
               [Same article as F.15 & F.16 above]
               3 Cuttings of published version, 3 leaves.
     F.18      "Violence and Power"
               15 July 1968
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. & duplicate, 6 pp.
               Also published version in collection of essays
               Alternatives to Violence, edited by Larry Ng,
               Time-Life, New York, 1968,
               pp. 80-84, complete book.
     F.19      "Violence or Change"
               Bon-Accord (Aberdeen), [1950-1951?]
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.20      "Vitamin `I' (For Ideas) is West's Deficiency"
               Liverpool Echo, 16 Nov. 1951
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf
               See also same article with variant title, F.39 in
               previous box & F.34 below.
               Also in Reuters series, Box 68, F.43
     F.21      "Wanted a BiPartizan Policy"
               (or "Shall We Make Malenkov Normal?" or "Malenkov
               or Vandenberg?")
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.22      "Wanted a BiPartizan Policy"
               [Same article as F.21 above]
               [Same variant titles as F.21 above]
               Annotated ts., 7 pp. & duplicate carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.23      "Wanted, A Courageous Policy"
               [1929]
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
               [See letter included with Anglo-Saxon Comity
               article, Box 58 ,F.19 above]
     F.24      "Wanted, A Courageous Policy"
               Duplicate carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.25      "War Aims:  and How to Achieve Them"
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
     F.26      "The War For-What?"
               [c. 1940]
               Ms., 10 pp.
     F.27      "The War For-What"
               Annotated carbon ts., 10 pp. & duplicate, 10 pp.
     F.28      "Wavell:  Scholar Soldier, Stateman"
               "For Evening Standard"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.29      "Wavell:  Scholar, Soldier, Statesman"/ "Wavell,
               Soldier, Statesman, Scholar"
               [Same article as F.28]
               Ms. & carbon ts., [heavily revised version of
               carbon ts., in F.28 above], 7 pp. & attached note,
               1 p.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 7 pp.
     F.30      "The Way to Keep Peace"
               [Forward?] [Late 1930s]
               Ts., 4 pp. 
     F.31      "We Must Not Betray the Atlantic Dream"
               Illustrated London News, 22 Aug. 1970
               Galley proofs, 6 pp.
               Annotated offprint of published version,
               7 pp.
     F.32      "Western Union"
               [For Everybody's]
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. & duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.33      "Western Union"
               [Not the same article as F.32]
               [People and Freedom editorial] "Sent 12/5/49"]
               Ms., 3 pp., with note to Mrs. Allen on final page.
               Carbon ts., 2pp. & 3 duplicates, 6pp.
     F.34      "Western World's Lack of Ideas"
               Evening Dispatch, Edinburgh, 16 Nov. 1951
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
               See also the same article with variant titles,
               F.39 in previous box, F.20 above,
               & Box 68, F.43.
     F.35      "What Future For American Parties?"
               [Forward?] [1935?]
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.36      "What Gandhi Said"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp., & 2 duplicates, 6 pp. total.
     F.37      "What Gandhi Said"
               People and Freedom, no. 101, February, 1948.
               Published version, complete issue.
     F. 38          "What I Believe"
               The Nation, October 26, 1932, pp. 398-399.
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
     F.39      "What I Believe"
               [Same article as F.38 above]
               Cuttting of published version, 2 leaves.
     F.40      "What I Believe"
               [Not the same as F.38 & F.39 above]
               [1930s]
               Annotated ts. in Curtis Brown covers,
               13 pp.
     F.41      "What is the Target?"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 7 pp., & duplicate 7 pp.
     F.42      "What Price Peace"
               Annotated carbon ts., 11 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 11 pp.
     F.43      "Why be Afraid of Russia?"
               Continental Daily Mail, Paris,
               11 Dec. 1950
               2 cuttings of published version, 2 leaves
               see also Box 68, F.35 below
     F.44      "Why be Educated?"
               Annotated ts., 5 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.45      "Why Europe is Neutral"
               New Leader, 2 November 1953, pp. 2-4
               Published version only, complete journal.
     F.46      "Why Fear Russia and the Red Army?"
               Belfast telegram, 14 Dec. 1950
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf
     F.47      [Wickersham Committee]
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., & 2 duplicates, 4 pp. total.
     F.48      "The World Academy"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 7 Oct. 1963,
               8 pp.
     F.49      "World Citizen"
               26 Jan. 1949, "People & Freedom Reuters"
               Carbon ts., 3 pp., & duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.50      "World Government"
               "Speech in Cambridge Town Hall ---
               11 February 1948.  To be published in the March
               Journal of the Women's International League"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.51      "The World Mission of the Mahatma"
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Annotated ts., 7 pp., with 2 carbon ts. copies of
               letter from Amrit Kaur re. death of Gandhi, dated
               Feb. 3 1948
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 7 pp. & 2
               duplicates, one with note attached, 15 pp. total.
     F.52      "The World of Wendell Willkie"
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. & variant page, 1 p. & duplicate
               carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.53      "World Peace and Eastern Political Situation"
               Eur-Asia, March/April 1951, pp. 1155 & 1162
               Cutting of published version only, 2 leaves.
     F.54      "A World Policy for the West"
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 8 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 8 pp.
     
     
     Box 68    Articles:  Reuters series.  Also Untitled and
     Incomplete.
     
     F.1-F.43  The following series of articles appears to have
               been written for the Reuters News Service between
               1948 and 1951.  Because it was received as a
               sequence & because some of the pieces are untitled
               the original order has been maintained.
     
     F.1       "Brakes on Unifying Europe"
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., dated
               23 September 1948, 5 pp., & 2 duplicates, 10 pp.
               total.
     F.2       "Peace Progress and Harry Truman"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 4 October 1948, 3 pp.
     
     F.3       "After Chiang What?"
               Carbon ts., "In China 1948", 4 pp.
     F.4       "China and the West"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 28 Feb. 1949, 6 pp.
     F.5       "Freedom from Fear"
               Annotated carbon ts., "written March 1949", 8 pp.
               & duplicate, 8 pp.
     F.6       "The Case of the `Amethyst'"
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 26 April 1949, 3 pp. &
               duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.7       "Atlantic Union" ["A little over ten years
               ago ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 29 April 1949, 4 pp. &
               4 duplicates, 16 pp. total.
               See also F.25 below.
     F.8       "Prestige of Britain in Foreign Affairs"
               Ms., "R.10", dated 7 July 1949, 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.9       [Seretse Khama]
               Carbon ts., "R.11", dated 7 July 1949,
               4 pp. & cutting relating to the story,  1 leaf.
     F.10      ["In Strasburg the common folk and even the police
               talk German ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.12", dated
               16 August 1949, 4 pp.
     F.11      "America Holds the Key to European Unity"
               Annotated carbon ts., R.13, dated
               17 Aug 1949, 5 pp., & 2 duplicates, 10 pp. total.
               Duplicated ts., [retyped version], 3 pp.
     F.12      [Wolfgang von Goethe]
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.14", dated
               25 Aug. 1949, 4 pp.
     F.13      ["This week a Conference of the World Movement for
               World Government has been meeting ..."
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.15", dated  1 September
               1949, 4 pp. & duplicate, 4 pp.
     F.14      "Atlantic Union:  Stage to One World"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.16", dated
               16 Sept. 1949, 6 pp.
     F.15      "The Only Way Out"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.17", dated
               6 Oct. 1949, 5 pp. & duplicate, 5 pp.
     F.16      ["In a few weeks time the Communist
               Government of General Mao will probably be
               recognized ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.19", 4 pp.
     F.17      [Some while ago the `Red Dean' of Canterbury
               wrote a book ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.20", 6 pp., &
               duplicate, 6 pp.
     F.18      ["India has for millennia been an
               Empire ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.21", 3 pp.
     F.19      [Professor Arnold Toynbee & the Cold War]
               Ms., "R.22", 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.20      [The Atomic Age]
               Ms., "R.23", 3 pp.
     F.21      "Why I shall Vote Labour"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.24", 5 pp.,  & 2
               duplicates, 10 pp. total
               Annotated duplicated ts., [retyped version],
               3 pp.
     F.22      ["Even at this late stage the General
               Election is provoking in Britain no great
               excitement ..."]
               Ms., "R.25", 9 February 1950, 3 pp.
     F.23      "The British Electons Analysed"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.26", 5 pp. &
               duplicate, 5 pp.
     F.24      ["With the early and unexpected death of
               Harold Laski ..."]
               Ms., "R.27", 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.25      "Atlantic Union"  ["In the spring of 1940 I
               wrote a small book ..."]
               Carbon ts., "R.28", 5 pp.
               [Not the same article as F.7 above]
     F.26      "The Crisis of Socialism"
               Ms., "R.30", 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.F.27 "No More
               Neutrals"
               Ms., "R.31", 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 4 pp.
     F.28      "Comment on Korea"/"Korea and the T-bomb"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.32", 5 pp.  &
               duplicate, 5 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 4 pp.
     F.29      "Give Mao a Seat - Stalin is Against it"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.33", 5 pp.  &
               duplicate, 5 pp.
               Duplicate ts., 4 pp.
     F.30      ["Labour and the New Society"]
               Ms., "R.35", 4 pp.
     F.31      ["In a recent speech a British Conservative
               M.P.  ..."]
               Ms., "R.37", 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., dated 16 Oct. 1950, 3 pp. &
               duplicate, 3 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp.
     F.32      "Tibet is not another South Korea"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.38", 4 pp.  &
               duplicate, 4 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp.
     F.33      "The Mysterious Mind of General Mao"
               Ms., "R.39", 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp.
     F.34      ["In 1917 the German High Commissioner sent
               Lenin ..."]
               Ms., "R.40", 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp., & 3 duplicates,
               15 pp. total.
     F.35      "Why be Afraid of Russia?"
               Ts., "R.41", dated 1 Nov. 1950, 5 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., complete, 10 pp.
               total.
               2 duplicate tss., 8 pp. total
               See also Box 67, F.43 above.
     F.36      "The American Dilemma"
               Ms., "R.42", dated 7 Jan. 1951, 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. 
               & 2 duplicates, 8 pp.
     F.37      "Mao is not Chiang"
               Ms., "R.43", dated 28 Jan. 1951, 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp., & duplicated, 5
               pp.
               3 duplicated tss., 9 pp. total.
     F.38      "Round Table on Police Force"
               Ms., "R.44", dated 27 Jan. 1951, 4 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               2 duplicated tss., 6 pp. total.
     F.39      "Persian Oil May Set the Middle East Ablaze"
               Annotated carbon ts. with ms. insertions,
               "R.45", dated 19 March 1951, 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., [retyped version], 3 pp., &
               duplicate, 3 pp.
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp.
     F.40      "West Must Foster Asiatic Nationalism!"
               Ms., "R.46", dated 20 May 1951, 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               3 duplicated tss., 12 pp. total.
     F.41      "Propagandists of the West, Unite!"
               Annotated carbon ts., "R.47" 4 pp., & 2
               duplicates, 8 pp. total
               3 duplicated tss., 9 pp. total
     F.42      "`Getting Tough' is Sometimes a Weak Policy"
               Ms., "R.48", dated 26 Aug. 1951, 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               3 duplicated tss., 9 pp. total.
     F.43      "Vitamin `I' (for Ideas) is the West's
               Deficiency"
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp., 
               & 2 duplicates, 6 pp. total
               Duplicated ts., 3 pp., & envelope
               See also Box 66, F.39 & Box 67 F.20 & F.34.
     F.44      Untitled Articles
               The following articles, which were received
               together, appear to date from the same time
               as the Reuters series, ie. 1948-1951. 
               Because of their apparent coherence they have
               not been assigned titles by the archivist nor
               integrated into the main series.  Instead,
               they have been sorted alphabetically by their
               opening words as follows:
               ["The British Trade Union Congress Meeting at
               Brighton..."]  Ms., 3 pp., ts. 1 p.
               ["The cardinal weaknesses in American power
               are ..."]
               "Foundations for Foreign Affairs, 10.10.49"
               Annotated carbon ts., 7 pp., 
               & 2 duplicates, 14 pp. total.
               ["The Continent of Europe since the war has
               seen something new"]
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp., & duplicate, 5
               pp.
               ["The Cooperative Party Conference ..."]
               "7.6.51. Citizen"
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp., & incomplete
               duplicate, 2 pp.
               ["During these last few weeks scores of
               Labour parliamentary candidates ..."]
               "Forward 18/3/50"
               Annotated ts., 5 pp., & 7 carbon duplicates,
               35 pp. total.
               ["The economic system of Great Britian is as
               valuable ..."]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               ["In extraordinary alliance The Evening
               Standard and the Daily Herald ..."]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               ["No man in his senses thinks that Asiatic
               nationalism alone ..."]
               "Citizen. Eur-Asia.  18.2.51"
               Annotated carbon ts. 2 pp., & duplicate,
               2 pp.
               ["The present situation in Persia ..."]
               "Citizen" "19.3.51"
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., & 2 duplicates, 4 pp.
               total
               Same article as F.39 above.
               ["Some time ago, in 1949, following a
               vigorous ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts., 23 Feb. 1951, 4 pp., &
               2 duplicates, 8 pp. total.
               ["Some years ago Professor Gilbert Murray
               expressed ..."]
               Annotated carbon ts. dated 5 March 1951,
               4 pp. & 2 duplicates, 8 pp. total.
               ["The vast majority of the ordinary people of
               the world ..."]
               Ms., 14 Jan. 1951, 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., & 2 duplicates, 4 pp.
               total.
               ["What will happen as the result of the
               Korean war ..."]
               "Eur Asia"
               Ms., 11 Dec. 1950, 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp., & 2  
               duplicates, 4 pp. total.
               ["Within the last few weeks the Supreme Court
               ..."]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and duplicate, 4 pp.
     
     F.45-F.52      Incomplete Articles
     
     F.45      Incomplete Articles
               5 items, Mss., 18 pp. total.
     F.46      Incomplete Articles
               2 items, mss., 3 pp. total
     F.47      Incomplete Articles
               1 items, carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.48      Incomplete Article
               1 item, carbon ts., 9 pp.
     F.49      Incomplete Article
               1 item, carbon ts., 7 pp.
     F.50      Incomplete Articles
               4 items, carbon tss., 18 pp. & 2 clippings
     F.51      Incomplete Articles
               Ms., 2 pp. [On Thomas Payne?]
               Correctins and annotation only
     F.52      Suggestions for Articles
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     
     Box 69    Mutliple copies of Articles
     
          This box contains duplicate copies of the
     published versions of some of the articles listed
     above, 67 items total.
     
     Book Reviews by G.E.C. Catlin
     
     
     Box 70    A-G
     
     F.1       Incomplete Review
               [Collection of essays including contribution
               by A.J. Ayer]
               Ms., undated, 3 pp.
     F.2       List of books for review [1920s?]
               Ts., 1 p. and duplicate carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.3       Addams, J.T. The Living Jefferson
               [1930s]
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.4       Agar, Herbert A Time for Greatness
               John O'London's Weekly, April 9, 1943
               Galley, annotated, published version and
               cutting of a review of the same book by Freda
               White, 3 pp. total.
     F.5       Agar, Hebert A Time for Greatness
               Lindsay, A.D. The Modern Democratic State
               [The same as F.4 with an additional section]
               Carbon, ts., 8 pp., and duplicate, 8 pp.
     F.6       Angell, Norman [  ]
               The Sunday Times, July 10 1938
               Photocopy, 1 leaf.
     F.7       Anshen, Ruth N. Freedom:  its Meaning
               Ould, Herman Writers in Freedom
               Laski, H.J. The Strategy of Freedom
               Leacock, Stephen Our Heritage of Liberty
               Note of titles, ms., 1 p. [1942]
               Ms. draft 3 pp. on 2 leaves
               Annotated ts., incomplete 4 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.8       Arendt, H. On Revolution 
               Political Studies, vol. XIV, no. 2, 1966
               Ms., dated September 1964, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. and duplicate, 4
               pp.
               Further annotated carbon ts., marked up for
               printer, 4 pp.
               Annotated galleys, 1 p.
     F.9       Aron, M [Title lacking]
               Incomplete annotated carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.10      Aron, Raymond Introduction to the Philosophy
               of History [1961]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2 pp. & 2 duplicate carbon
               tss., 4 pp.
               Galley proof, 1 p.
     F.11      Attlee, C.R. As it Happened
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.12      Atlee, C.R. The Labour Party in Perspective
               Cole, G.D.H. The People`s Front 
               Time and Tide, 14 August 1937, pp. 1102-1103.
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.13      Ayer, A.J. Man as a Subject for Science
               Bagrit, L.  The Age of Automation
               "For Political Science Quaterly"
               Ms., dated 4 April 1965, 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 6 pp. total
     F.14      [Bagehot and Arnold - review?]
               Ts., 2 pp. and 3 duplicate carbon tss.,
               6 pp. total.
               Bagrit, L. - see F.13 above
     F.15      Baldwin, Oliver et al., What is this
               Socialism?
               [Opinion on publishability of a typescript]
               Ms., 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
               Bartlett, Vernon - see  Box 73, F.5
     F.16      Beard, Charles A. and Mary R. America in Mid
               Passage
               Letter asking G.E.G.C. to review for Sunday
               Times 3 Oct. 1939
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.17      Beard, C.A. and M.R. America in Mid Passage
               Sunday Times, 15 October 1939.
               Published version of F.16,1 leaf.
     F.18      Beard, C.A. America Faces the Future
               Laidler, H.W.  Concentration in American
               Industry
               Soule, G.  A Planned Society
               Durant, W.  A Programme for America
               Spengler, O.  Man and Techniques
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
     F.19      Becker, C.L.  The Heavenly City of the
               Eighteenth Century Philosophers
               March 1933
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.20      Benedict, Ruth  Race and Racism
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               5 duplicate carbon tss., 15 pp. total
     F.21      Berlin, I. Historical Inevitability
               Heighet, G. The Mind of Man
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.22      Bonn, M.J. The American Experiment
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.23      Boorstin, D.J. The Image
               John O'London's, 5 July 1962
               Published version only, 1 leaf and duplicate,
               1 leaf.
     F.24      [Borroughs, William] Last Exit to Brooklin
               Comment for legal firm, 8 Oct. 1966.
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.25      Bottomore, J.B. Elites and Society
               "British Journal of Sociology"
               Ms., 1 p.
     F.26      Bowle, J. Politics and Opinion in The
               Nineteenth Century
               "Contemporary Review"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated typescript, 2 pp
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. and a duplicate 2 pp.
     F.27      Brecht, Arnold Political Theory
               Crick, Bernard The American Science of
               Politics
               Ts., 3 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 9 pp. total
               Annotated ts., "page 3", but not apparently
               from above draft, 1 p. and duplicate carbon
               ts., 1 p.
               For Crick see also F.51 -53 below
     F.28      Brecht, Arnold Political Theory, 1959
               [Another review of this book]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 15 pp. total.
     F.29      Brindenbaugh, Carl Mitre and Scepture, 1962
               Ms., dated 14 Dec. 1962, 2 pp.
     F.30      Brogan, D.W.  America in the Modern World
               John O'London's, 23 March 1961, p. 325
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 8 pp. total
               2 copies of published version, 2 leaves.
     F.31      Bronowski, J.  Science and Human Values
               Paul, Leslie Persons and Perception
               For John O'London's, dated 11 Nov. 1961
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.32      Brown, D. Mackenzie  The White Umbrella
               Holmes, J. Haynes  My Gandhi
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.33      Bullock, Allan  The Life of Ernest Bevin
               Contemporary Magazine
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.34      Burnham, J. The Machiavellians
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and a duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.35      Burns, C. Delisle  Democracy, its Defects and
               Advantages
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.36      Butler, D.E. and Anthony King, The British
               General Election of 1964, 1965
               Published version only, Political Science
               Quaterly, Vol. LXXXIII, no. 2, June 1968,
               complete journal.
     F.37      Caillet, E. The Clue to Pascal
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and a duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.38      Carew Hunt, R.N. Marxism, Past and Present
               Draft, annotated ts., 9 pp.
               Ms., [another version] 3 pp.
               Ts., 5 pp.
               Annotated duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp., and
               another duplicate, 5 pp.
     F.39      Carr, E.H. Karl Marx,A Study in Fanaticism
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.40      Carr [E.H.?] [Michael Bakunin]
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Clipping of published review,
               not the ts. version, Sunday Times,
               6 February 1938, 1 leaf.
     F.41      Chase, Stuart  Men and Machines
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.42      Cloete, Stuart  Yesterday is Dead
               [incomplete]
               Ms., 1 p.
     F.43      Coates, J.B.  Crisis of the Human Person
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., 1949, and a duplicate, 2
               pp.
     F.44      Coates, J.B. Ten Modern Prophets
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               See also following box, F.11
               Cobban, Alfred - See Box 72,F.51
     F.45      Cole, G.D.H.  The Next Ten Years in British
               Social and Economic Policy, 1929
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and a duplicate, 4 pp.
               see also F.12 above
     F.46      Cole, G.D.H. Studies in World Economics
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.47      Collingwood, R.G. New Leviathan
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. and 3 duplicates, 6 pp.
               total.
     F.48      Condenhove-Kalergi, An Idea Conquers the
               World
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.49      Coolidge, Calvin  Autobiography
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and duplicate 4 pp.
     F.50      Cowling, Maurice  The Nature and Limits of
               Political Science
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 14 Jan. 1964, 3
               pp. and duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.51      Crick, Bernard The American Science of
               Politics, 1954
               Letter and announcement from the publishers,
               July 1959, 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. [by Francis Wormuth?]
     F.52      Crick, Bernard  The Crisis of British
               Government in the 1960s
               "For the American Political Science Review."
               Ms., dated 20 February 1965, 2 pp.
     F.53      Crick, Bernard.  The American Science of
               Politics
               Brecht, Arnold  The Foundation of Twentieth
               Century Political Thought, 1959
               Same review as F.51 above]
               For Political Studies, VIII, I.
               [see also F.27 above]
     F.54      Croce, Benedetto  History as the Story of
               Liberty
               Ts., 3 pp.
               Crossman, R.H.S. - See Box 72, F.51
     F.55      Curtis, Lionel  Action
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.56      Curtis, Lionel  War or Peace?
               Reves, Emery  The Anatomy of Peace
               World Review
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. and 4 duplicates, 20 pp.
               total.
               Annotated proofs of article, 2 pp
               See also Box 73, F.28
     F.57      Dalton, Hugh  Memoirs
               "For John O'London", 28 January 1962
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.58      Davis Forrest The Atlantic System
               John O'London's Weekly,
               March 12 1943
               Published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.59      Davis, Forrest  The Atlantic System
               King, Cecil  Atlantic Charter
               [longer version of F.58]
               Ms., 7 pp.
               Annotated ts., 10 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 10 pp.
     F.60      De Jouvenel, B.  The Pure Theory of Politics
               Politics Studies, Vol. XII, no. 1, February
               1964.
               Ms., dated 8 Aug. 1963, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. 
               and 4 duplicates, 16 pp.
               Annotated ts., marked up for printer,
               4 pp.
               Annotated galley proofs, 2 pp.
     F.61      De Jouvenal, B.  Sovereignty
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. and 3 duplicates, complete
               and 1 duplicate incomplete, 7 pp. total.
     F.62      De Madariaga, S.  Anarchy or Heirarchy
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.63      Deane, Herbert A.  The Political Ideas of
               Harold J. Laski
               "New Leader"
               Carbon ts., 5 pp., and 4 duplicates, 
               20 pp. total.
     F.64      Dent, H.C.  Universities in Transition
               [1970s]
               Ms., 4 pp. 
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. and duplicate, 5 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., rewritten version,
               4 pp. & 2 duplicates, 8 pp.
               Cutting of published version, 2 pp.
     F.65      Deutscher, I.  Stalin, a Political Biography
               Hutton, J.B.  Stalin, the Miraculous Georgian
               John O'London`s, 4 January 1962, p.3
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. 
               And 2 duplicates, 8 pp.
               2 copies of published version, clipped from
               publication, 2 leaves.
     F.66      Dewey, John  Characters and Events
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.67      Dewey, John  The Quest for Certainty
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.68      Drucker, P.F.  The End of Economic Man
               McIlwain, C.H.  Constitutionalism and the
               Changing World 
               Time and Tide, 17 June 1939
               Cutting of published version only, 
               2 leaves.
               See also following box, F.58
               Durant, W. - see F.18 above
     F.69      Dutt, R. Palme  World Politics  1918-1936
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.70      Eastman, Max  Marxism, is it a science?
               Fodor, M.W.  The Revolution is On
               Roberts, Morley  The Behaviour of Nations
               Time and Tide, 17 May 1941
               Two cuttings of published version only, 
               3 leaves total.
     F.71      Edelman, Murray  The Symbolic Uses of
               Politics
               "Weston Political Science Quarterly"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 27 Nov. 1965, 2 pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 6 pp. total
     F.72      Eden, Athony  Freedom and Order
               [1950?]
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. & duplicate, 4 pp.
     F.73      Eden, Anthony  Full Circle, 1960
               Duplicated ts., 5 pp.
     F.74      Eisenstadt, S.N.  The Political System of
               Empires
               "The Canadian Political Science Journal"
               Ms., dated 1 August 1964, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               2 duplicate annotated carbon tss., 6 pp.
               total.
     F.75      Eliot, T.S.  After Strange Gods
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.76      Eliot, W.Y. The Pragmatic Revolt in Politics,
               1928
               Ms., 6 pp.
     F.77      Ferris, Paul  The Church of England
               John O'London's, 29 Nov. 1962
               3 cuttings of published version only, 
               3 leaves.
     F.78      Fischer, Louis  Men and Politics
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.79      Fleming, D.F.  The Cold War
               Ms., incomplete, 1 p.
               Fodor, M.S. - see F.70 above
     F.80      Foot, M. Aneurin Bevan  Vol. I
               Carbon ts., 5 pp. 9 Oct. 1962.
     F.81      Freud, Sigmund  Civilization and its
               Discoveries
               Ms., 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.82      Freund, Ludwig  Politic and Ethik
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., retyped version,
               1 p.
     F.83      Friedrich, G.J.  Man and His Governments
               Ms., dated 30 Nov. 1963, 2 pp.
               5 duplicate carbon tss., 20 pp. total.
     F.84      Gabel, L.C. (ed.)  The Memoirs of a
               Renaissance Pope
               "Contemporary Review"
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.85      Gauss, Christian  A Primer for Tomorrow
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.86      Gibney, Frank  The Kruschev Pattern
               Werth, Alexander  The Kruschev Phase
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp. and duplicate, 5
               pp.
     
     
     Box 71    H-L
     
               Hadley, W.W. - see F.13 in following box
     F.1       Hailsham, Viscount  Science and Politics
               Snow, Sir Charles  Education and Sacrifice
               Time and Tide, 6-12 June 1963.
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Cutting of the published version, 1 leaf.
     F.2       Haines, C.G.  The Revival of National Law and
               Conception, 1930
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.3       Haldane, R.B.  Autobiography, 1929
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.4       Halevy, E.  The Growth of Philosophic
               Radicalism, 1928
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.5       Halle, L.J.  The Nature of Power
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. and a duplicate, 2 pp.
     F.6       Haxey, Simon  England's Money Lords
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.7       Hayek, F.A.  The Road to Serfdom
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. & 2 duplicates, 6 pp.
               Galley proofs, annotated, 1 p.
     F.8       Heard, Gerald  The Ascent of Humanity
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.9       Herad, Gerald  Social Substance of Religion
               The Nation, Vol. 133, Sept. 16 1931
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Cutting of published version, 2 leaves.
     F.10      Heard, Gerald  The Source of Civilization
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.11      Heard, Gerald  Man the Master
               Coates, J.B.  A Common Faith or Synthesis
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               See also F.24 below.
     F.12      Heckscher, August  The Public Happiness
               Time and Tide  16-22 May 1963
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Incomplete duplicate carbon ts., 2 pp.
               3 cuttings of published version, 3 leaves.
     
     Heighet, G. - see previous box, F.32
     
     F.13      Hendel, Charles William  Jean-Jacques
               Rouseau, Moralist
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.14      Henri, Ernst  Hitler over Europe?
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.15      Hindus, Maurice  Humanity Uprooted
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
               Holmes. J. Haynes - see previous box, F.32
               Hoover, Hebert - following box, F.6 and F.61
     F.16      Hook, Sidney  From Hegel to Marx
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.17      Hook, Sidney  Towards a New Understanding of
               Karl Marx
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.18      Howe, M.D. (ed.)  The Pollock-Holmes Letters
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.19      Howe, M.D. (ed.)  The Holmes-Laski Letters,
               1953
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 8 pp.
     F.20      Huget, G.  British and the War, 1928
               [notes for a review]
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Hutton J.B. - see previous box, F.65
     F.21      Huxley, Aldous  After Many a Summer Dies the
               Swan
               The Saturday Review, 27 Jan. 1940.
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.22      Huxley, Aldous  Brave New World
               Ts., 3 pp.
               With rejection letter (to V.B.) from 
               The Clarion, ALs, dated 26 February 1932.
     F.23      Huxley, Aldous  Do What You Will
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.24      Huxley, Aldous  Grey Eminence
               Heard, Gerald  Training for the Life of the
               Spirit
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.25      Huxley, Julian (editor)  The Humanist Frame
               Ms. 2 pp. (first page severely water stained)
               Annotated carbon ts. dated 19 March 1962.  3
               pp.
     F.26      Hyneman, Charles S.  The Study of Politics, 
               1959
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and 2 duplicates, 6 pp.
               total.
     F.27      Inge, W.R.  Our Present Discontents
               Maritain, Jacques  True Humanism
               The Fortnightly, April 1939, pp. 479-480
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.28      Inge, W.R.,  Our Present Discontents
               Maritain, Jacques  True Humanism
               Issue of Fornightly, April 1939, containing
               this review.
     F.29      James, Walter  The Christian in Politics
               Political Studies.  Vol. XI, no. 2,
               June 1963
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp., dated 7 Nov.
               1962
               Annotated ts., marked up for printer,
               2 pp.
               Galley proof, dated 27 March 1963. 
     F.30      Jennings, Sir Ivor  Party Politics
               Vol. I, "Appeal the People"
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 2pp.
               Vol. II, "The Growth of Politics"
               Ms., 1 p.
               Ts., incomplete, 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.31      Jennings, W. Ivor  A Federation for Western
               Europe
               Ts., 2 pp.
     F.32      Joad, C.E.M.  The Adventures of the Young
               Soldier in Search of the Better World
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.33      Joad, C.E.M.  Decandence
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.34      Joad, C.E.M.  Guide to Philosophy
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
     F.35      Johnson, Harry M.  Sociology, A Symematic
               Introduction
               British Journal of Sociology, 1961
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp., and 3 duplicates,
               12 pp. total.
     F.36      Joesph, Bernard  Nationality, its Nature and
               Problems
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.37      Kennan, G.F.  American Diplomacy
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp. and duplicate
     F.38      Keynes, J.M.  Essays in Persuasion
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.39      Keyserling, Count Herman  America Set Free
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. and 1 p.
               duplicate.
               King, Cecil - See previous box, F.59
     F.40      Kirk, Russell  The Conservative Mind
               Annotated ts., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and 2 duplicates, 8 pp.
               total.
               Laidler, H.W. - see previous box, F.18
     F.41      Laski, Harold J.  The Foundations of
               Sovereignty
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.42      Laski, Harold J.  Politics
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.43      Laski, Harold J.  Politics
               [not the same as F.42]
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
     F.44      Laski, Harold J.  Reflections on the
               Revolution of Our Times
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               See also previous box, F.7
     F.45      Laski, H.J.  The Rise of European Liberalism
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.46      Laslett, Peter and W.G. Runciman  Philosophy,
               Politics and Society
               Ms., 4 pp., 11 Dec. 1962
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., marked up for printer,
               4 pp.
     F.47      Lasswell Harold D.  The Future of Political
               Science
               Ms., dated 14 Aug. 1963, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp. and 2 duplicates,
               8 pp. total
     F.48      Lasswell, Harold D.  Politics - Who Gets
               What, When, How
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.49      Lasswell, Harold D.  Psychopathology and
               Politics
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts. 2 pp.
     F.50      Lasswell, Harold D.  World Politics and
               Personal Insecurity
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.51      Lasswell, Harold D.  World Politics and
               Personal Insecurity
               [not the same as F.50]
               Ms., 5 pp.
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Leacock, Stephen - see previous box, F.7
     F.52      Leppmann, Wolfgang  The German Image of
               Goethe
               "For the Anglo German Review"
               Ms., 1 p.
     F.53      Levy, H.  Thinking
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.54      Lewis, C.S.  Surprised by Joy
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.55      Lewis, John  The Case Against Pacifism
               Murray J. Middleton  The Betrayal of Christ
               by the Churches
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.56      Lichtheim, G.  Marxism, an Historical and
               Critical Study
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 23 Aug 1961,
               4 pp. and 2 duplicates, 8 pp. total
     F.57      Lindley, E.K.  The Roosevelt Revolution
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.58      Lindsay, A.D.  The Modern Democractic State
               Drucker, Peter F.  The Future of Industrial
               Man
               Carbon ts., 6 pp. and duplicate, 6 pp.
               Lindsay - see also previous box, F.5
     F.59      Lippmann, Walter  A Preface to Morals, 1929
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Annotated ts., 7 pp.
               Duplicated carbon ts., 7 pp.
               See also following box, F.60 and F.61
     F.60      Lippman, Walter  The Public Philosophy, 1955
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., as above, with additional title
               page, 3 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.61      Lippman, Walter  U.S. Foreign Policy
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.62      Lipset, Pantical Man
               Flemery 1961
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp., & duplicate, 2 pp.
     F.63      Loewenstein, Karl  Political Press and the
               Governmental Process
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.64      Lubbock, Yvonne  Return to Belief
               John O' London's, 8 June 1961, p. 627
               Carbon ts., dated 7 May 1961
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf.
     F.65      Ludwig, E.  Defender of Democracy
               carbon ts., 2 pp.
     
     
     Box 72    M-R
     
     F.1       Mackeehan [Professor]
               Ms., 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Mackinnon, D.M. - see below F.47
     F.2       Macmillan, Harold  Reconstruction, a Plea for
               National Policy
               Time and Tide, 6 January 1934
               Ts., 2 pp. and 4 duplicate carbon tss.,
               8 pp.
     F.3       Macmillan, Harold  Wings of Change, 1966
               "For Political Studies"
               Ms., 3 pp.
     F.4       Macmillan, Harold  Winds of ChangeThe Blast
               of War
               Sampson, Anthony Macmillan
               Political Studies, Vol. XVI, no. 2
               (June 1968)
               [The first review is the same as F.3]
               Carbon ts., 6 pp.
               Galley proofs, 3 pp.
     F.5       Mannheim, K.  Diagnosis of Our Time
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.6       Mannin, Ethel  Common Sense and the Child
               Carbon ts., [for Time and Tide?]
     F.7       Maritain, Jacques  The Range of Reason
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 2 pp. and 2 duplicates, 
               4 pp. total.
               See also previous box, F.27 & 28.
     F.8       Maritain, Jacques  Redeeming the Tide
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp. and duplicate, 3 pp.
     F.9       Martin, [B.] Kingsley  French Liberal Thought
               in the Eighteenth Century, 1929
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.10      Martin, B. Kingsley  Harold Laski
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and 2 pp. carbon ts. notes.
     F.11      Martin, [B.] Kingsley  The Magic of Monarchy
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.12      Mattern, J. Concepts of State, Sovereignty
               and International Law, 1928
               Carbon ts., 5 pp.
     F.13      Maugham, Lord  The Truth about the Munich
               Crisis
               Hadley, W.W.  Munich Before and After
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and 2 duplicates, 
               8 pp. total.
               McIlwain, C.H. - see Box 70, F. 68
     F.14      McNair, John  James Maxton
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.15      Mehta, Ved  Fly and the Fly Bottle
               Time and Tide, 3 - 9 October 1963, p. 25
               Ms., dated 30 July 1963, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
               5 cuttings of published version, 5 leaves.
     F.16      Merriam, Charles E.  Political Power
               Carbon ts., 4 pp. and duplicate of the 2nd.
               page, l p.
     F.17      Mess, H.W.  Social Structure
               West, Raynard  Consceince and Society
               "For the Fortnightly"
               Ms., 3 pp.
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3 pp. 
     F.18      Miller, J.C.  The Origins of the American
               Revolution
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.19      Morgenthau, Hans J.  A New Foreign Policy for
               the United States, 1969.
               Political Science Quarterly
               Ms., dated 11 May 1969, 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 6 pp. total.
     F.20      Morris, James  Coast to Coast
               Ms., 1 p.
     F.21      Morrison, Herbert  Government and Parliament
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Ts., 5 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5 pp.
               Murray, J.C. - see F.27 below
     F.22      Murry, John Middleton  Christocracy
               [Review by Serguis/G.E.E.C.]
               Ms., 6 pp.
               Ts., 7 pp.
               See also previous box, F.55
     F.23      Neustadt, Richard E.  Presidential Power
               Schlesinger, Arthur M.  The Politics of
               Upheaval
               Carbon ts., 4 pp., 5 June 1961
     F.24      Nevinson, H.W.  Goethe: Man and Poet
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.25      Newman, George  Citizenship and the Survival
               of Civiliization, 1928,
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.26      Niebuhr, Reinhold  Christian Realism
               Annotated ts., 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.27      Niebuhr, Reinhold  Nations and Empires
               Murray, J. Courtney  We Hold These Things
               Ms.,dated 1 September 1961, 5 pp. 
               Carbon ts., 5 pp., 1 September 1961,
               Duplicate carbon ts., lacking final page, 
               4 pp.
     F.28      Niebuhr, Reinhold  The Nature and Destiny of
               Man, Vol. II,
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.29      Northrop, F. S. C.  The Taming of the Nations
               Ms., 4 pp.
               Carbon ts., 6pp. and duplicate, 6 pp.
     F.30      Oakeshott, Michael  Rationalism in Politics
               and Other Essays
               The Western Political Quarterly
               Ms., dated 20 November 1962, 3 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5 pp. and duplicate
               11 offprints of published version, 22 leaves
     F.31      Ogburn, W.F.  The Social Sciences and their
               Interrelations, 1927,
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Ould, Herman  - see Box 70, F.7
     F.32      Packenham, Lord  Born to Believe, an
               Autobiography
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2 pp.
               Padover, S.K.  Jefferson
               See Articles section
     F.33      Panikkar, K.M.  The Foundations of the New
               India Time and Tide, 21 - 27 March 1963, p.
               26 Ms., 9 March 1963, 3 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp., and 2 duplicates, 8 pp.
               total,
               3 cuttings of published version, 3 leaves
     F.34      Pareto,  The Mind and Society
               Cole, G.D.H  Some Relations Between Political
               and Economic Theory
               Homans. G.C. and C.P. Curtis  An Introduction
               to Pareto
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.35      Paul, Leslie  The English Philosophers
               Sir Thomas More
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.36      Paul, Leslie  The Meaning of Human Existence
               Rattray Taylor, Gordon  Conditions of
               Happiness
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 7 March 1949, 
               3 pp.
               See also Box 70, F.31
     F.37      Paul, Leslie  Son of Man
               Ms., 2pp.
     F.38      Percy, Lord Eustace  Government in Transition
               Annotated ts., 3 pp.
     F.39      Pink, A.  A Realist Looks at Democracy
               Ms., 2 pp.
     F.40      Pipkin, Charles W.  Social Politics 
               and Modern Democracies
               Carbon ts., 2 pp.
     F.41      Pipkin, Charles  Social Politics and Modern
               Democracies
               [not the same review as F.40 above]
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.42      Powys, Llwelyn  The Cradle of God
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.43      Pustary, John  Counter Insurgency Warfare in
               Developing Areas
               Ms., 12 Nov. 1964, 2 pp.
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.44      Ransome, Patrick  Studies in Federal Planning
               Ms., 1 p.
               Carbon ts., 1 p.
               Rattray Taylor, Gordon - see above, F.36
     F.45      Read, Herbert  The Politics of the
               Unpolitical
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Reves, Emery  - see Box 70, F.56
               Reynolds, B.T. - see Box 73, F.5
     F.46      Robins, L.  Nature and Significance of
               Economic Science
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Roberts, Morley  - see Box 70, F.70
     F.47      Robinson, J.A.T.  Honest to God
               MacKinnon, D.M.  Objections to the Christian
               Belief
               Ms., dated 5 April 1963, 2 pp.
     F.48      Rolph, C.H.  The Trial of Lady Chatterly
               John O'London's, 2 March 196l,
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Cutting of published version, 1 leaf.
     F.49      Roosevelt, James and Sidney Shalett
               Affectionately, F.D.R.
               Carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.50      Roosevelt, Nicholas  America and England
               Ms., 2 pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4 pp.
     F.51      Rosenberg, Arthur  Democracy and Socialism
               Crossman, R.H.S.  Government and the Governed
               Cobban, Alfred  Dictatorship, Its History and
               Theory
               Carbon ts., 4 pp.
               Also clipping of the published version, Time
               and Tide, 22 July 1939, 1 leaf.
     F.52      Rovere, Richard  Senator Joe McCarthy
               Annotated carbon ts., 3 pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3 pp.
     F.53      Rueff, Jacques  From the Physical to 
               the Social Sciences
               Ts., 4 pp.
     F.54      Russell, Bertrand  Education and the Social
               Order
               Yorkshire Post, Leeds, 3 January 1933,
               Cutting of published version only, 1 leaf.
     F.55      Russell, Bertrand  Has Man a Future?
               John O'London's, 14 December 1961, p.648
               Annotated ts., 18 November 1961, 5pp.
               And duplicate, 5pp.
               4 cuttings of published version, 4 leaves.
     F.56      Russell, Bertrand  Human Society in Ethics
               and Politics 
               Ms., 2pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.57      Russell, Bertrand  Marriage and Morals
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.58      Russell, Bertrand  Sceptical Essays 1928,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.59      Russell, Bertrand  The Case for Neutrality
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.60      Russell, Bertrand  Freedom and Organization
               Hoover, Herbert  The Challenge to Liberty
               Lippmann, Walter  The Method of Freedom
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
     F.61      Russell, B., Hoover, H., Lippmann, W.
               Published version of F.60, 
               [The Twentieth Century?]
               2pp., and cutting of review of Russell's book
               by another critic, 1p.
     
     
     Box 73    Reviews S - Z
     
     Sampson, Anthony - see previous box, F.4.  
     
     F.1       Sampson, R.V.  The Psychology of Power
               For the Political Science Quarterly
               Ms., 2pp., 16 April 1966,
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 8pp.
     F.2       Samuel, Herbert  Belief and Action
               Curtis, Lionel  Civitas Dei
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.3       Sargent Florence, P.  The Statistical Method
               in Politics and Political Science, 1929
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.4       Sheean, Vincent  Dorothy and Red
               "Yorkshire Post"
               Ms., 1p.
     F.5       Sieburg, Friedrich  Germany: My Country
               Bartlett, Vernon  Nazi Germany Explained
               Reynolds, B.T.  Prelude to Hitler
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.6       Siegfried, Andre  England's Crisis
               Carbon ts., 5pp.
     F.7       Simonds, Frank H.  American Foreign Policy in
               the  Post-War Years
               Mills, W.  Road to War, America 1914 - 1917
               Ts., 2pp.
     F.8       Simonds, Frank H. and Brooks Emeny  The Price
               of Peace
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
               Slater, Gilbert - see below F.36
               Snow, Sir Charles - see Box 71, F.1
               Soule, G. - see Box 70, F.18
     F.9       Spengler, Otto  The Decline of the West
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               See also Box 70, F.18
     F.10      Spitz, David  The Liberal Idea of Freedom
               For Political Studies, vol. XIII, no.l (Feb.
               1965),
               Ms., 2pp., 13 June 1964,
               Annotated ts., 2pp.
               Annotated galley proofs, 1p.
     F.11      Sprott, W.J.H.  Science and Social Action
               For Political Studies, vol. III, no.3[1955]
               Annotated ts., 3pp.
               Carbon ts., 4pp. and duplicate, 4pp.
     F.12      Strachey, John  Contemporary Capitalism
               For Political Studies, vol. VII [n.d.]
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
               Annotated ts., marked up for printer, 2pp.
     F.13      Strachey, John  The Nature of Capitalist 
               Crises
               Ms., 1p.
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.14      Strachey, John  The Theory and Practice of
               Socialism
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
               Cutting of published version, Time and Tide,
               26 December 1936, 1 leaf.
     F.15      Strachey, John  What Are We To Do?
               Carbon ts., 3pp..
               Cutting of published version, Time and Tide,
               16 April 1938, 1 leaf.
               Cuttings of another review and news stories
               about Strachey, 4 leaves
     F.16      Strauss, Leo  Natural Right and History
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp. [Political
               Studies],
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 12pp. total.
     F.17      Streit, Clarence  Union Now
               Ms., 8pp.
               Ms. [from another draft?], 1p.
               Annotated carbon ts., incomplete, 6pp.
     F.18      Streit, Clarence  Union Now With Britain
               Cutting of published version
               [not the same review as F.17 above],
               Fortnightly Review, August 1941, 1 leaf.
     F.19      Tawney, R.H.  Equality, 1931
               Carbon ts., 1p. and duplicate, 1p.
     F.20      Toller, [ ]  I Was a German
               Ms., 2pp.
     F.21      Toynbee, Arnold J.  A Study of History
               Vols. IV, V, VI, 1939
               Annotated Galley, 1p.
     F.22      Toynbee, Arnold J.  A Study of History
               Vols. 1V, V, V1
               Political Science Quarterly, vol.LV1, no.3,
               September 1941.
               Published version, complete journal, 
               pp.420 - 422.
     F.23      Toynbee, Arnold J.  A Study of History
               Vols. V11 - X, 1954, 
               Ms., 3pp.
     F.24      Toynbee, Arnold J.  A Study of History
               Vol. X11
               Ms., 2pp., "15-vi-1961"
               Carbon ts., 3pp. & 3 duplicates, 9pp.
     F.25      Toynbee, Arnold J.  The World and the West
               Jerrold, Douglas  The Lie About the West
               Ms., 3pp.
               Ts., 6pp.
               Annotated duplicate carbon ts., 6pp.
               4 duplicate carbon tss., 24pp. total.
     F.26      Toynbee, Arnold J.  Survey of International 
               Affairs, 1932
               Wheeler- Bennett, John W.  Documents on
               International Affairs, 1932
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.27      Toynbee, Philip et. al.  The Fearful Choice
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., 3pp. and duplicate.
     F.28      Trotsky, Leon  The Revolution Betrayed
               Sunday Times, June 27 1937
               Cutting of published version only, 1p.
               3 other cuttings (1940) relating to to
               Trotsky's death.
     F.29      Trotsky, Leon  Stalin
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.30      Van Dyke, Vernon  Political Science: A
               Philosophical Analysis, 1960
               Annotated ts., 2pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.31      Van Hapsburg, Prince Otto  Soziale Ordnung
               Von Morgan
               Ms., 1p.
               Ts., annotated, 1p.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 3pp. total.
               Ts., 1p. (retyped)
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 3pp. total.
     F.32      Voegelin, Eric  The New Science of Politics
               For Political Studies, vol.II, no.2 [1954]
               Ms., 2pp.
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp.
               4 duplicate carbon tss., 20pp. total
               Annotated proof of published version, 1p.
     F.33      Walker, Roy  [article for Gandhi Marg. March
               1957]
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 4pp. total.
     F.34      Wang, Chi Kao  Dissolution of the British
               Parliament
               Cornell Law Quarterly [1934]
               Published version only, 2pp.
     F.35      Webb, Sidney and Beatrice  Soviet Communism:
               A New Civilization?
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.36      Weber, Max  The Protestant Ethic and the 
               Spirit of Capitalism
               Slater, Gilbert  Poverty and the State
               Carbon ts., 4pp.             
     F.37      Weiss, Paul  Our Public Life
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
               Weldon, T.D. - see F.51 and F.52 below
     F.38      Wells, H.G.  The Anatomy of Frustration
               Sunday Times, November 15 1936
               Ms., 2pp.
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
               Published version, 1 leaf.
     F.39      Wells, H.G.  The Way the World is Going, 1928
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.40      Wells, H.G. et.al. [ ]
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
               Werth, Alexander - see Box 70, F.86.
               West, Ranyard - see previous box, F.17
     F.41      West, Rebecca  D.H. Lawrence
               3 annotated carbon tss., 9pp. total,
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.42      Wheeler, Harvey  "Revolution" [an essay]
               Annotatedcarbon ts., 8 March 1968, 4pp.
               Wheeler-Bennet, J.W. - see F.26 above
     F.43      Whitfield, Ernest A.  Gabriel Bonnot de Mably
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.44      Widgery, Alban G.  Interpretations of History
               For John O'London, 2 September 196l,
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp.
               4 duplicate annotated carbon tss., 
               20pp. total.
     F.45      Williams, Francis  A Prime Minister Remembers
               John O'London's, 6 April 1961
               2 cuttings of published version only, 
               4 leaves total.
     F.46      Williams, Raymond  The Long Revolution
               John O'London's, 6 April 1961
               3 cuttings of published version only,
               3 leaves.
     F.47      Willoughby, W.W.  The Ethical Basis of
               Political Authority
               Carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.48      Willoughby, W.W.  The Ethical Basis of
               Political Authority
               [Not the same review as F.47]
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.49      Wilson, Colin  The Outsider
               The Contemporary Review, October 1956
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
               Published version, complete issue,
               pp.247 -249
     F.50      Wilson, H.H.  Pressure Group: The Campaign
               for Commercial Television
               John O'London, 21 June 196l
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.51      Woolf, Leonard  Principia Politica, 1953
               Weldon, T.D.  The Vocabulary of Politics
               Ts., 3pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.52      Woolf, Leonard  Principia Politica, 1953
               Weldon, T.D.  The Vocabulary of Politics
               [Not the same review as F.51]
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 5pp.
               Another duplicate carbon ts., with attached
               letter from Encounter Magazine, 6pp.total.
     F.53      Wright, Quincy  Public Opinion and
               World Politics
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.54      Young, Kenneth  The Philosopher Statesman
               Time and Tide, 7 -13 March 1963
               Ms., 21 February 1963, 4pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3pp.
               Also 2 duplicates, 6pp. total.
               2 cuttings of published version, 2 leaves.
     F.55      Review Fragments.
               Carbon ts., 1p.
               Ms., 1p.
     
     
     Speeches, Addresses, Lectures and Broadcasts
     
     The items in this section of the Catlin Archive have
     been arranged alphabetically by title. Where the piece
     is untitled, one has been assigned by the archivist
     where the subject is obvious. Where it is unclear the
     item has been identified by the name of the group being
     addressed. The researcher should be aware that Catlin's
     scholarly addresses frequently reappeared as articles,
     sometimes with a new title. Some of these
     correspondences have been noted in the listing which
     follows but there may be connections which have escaped
     detection.
     
          Where dates are given, they have been taken from
     the contents of the file; sometimes both composition
     and delivery dates have been provided for a lecture.
     Dates in square brackets thus: [1936], have been
     supplied by the archivist from internal evidence.
     
          Duplicates in published form have been removed to
     the end of the last box of this section; duplicates in
     unpublished form have been retained in the appropriate
     file.
     
     
     Box 74    A - C
     
     F.1       "Alexander the Great"
               Television Broadcast, taped 29 Oct. 1963
               Rough notes for script, ms., 3pp.
               Draft letter re. script to Norman Collins,
               AL, 1p.
               Draft I of script, ms., 25 July 1963,
               10pp.
               Draft II of script, ms., 3 August 1963,
               8pp.
               Ts., [of draft II], 3 August 1963, 15pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 15pp., 
               & 3 duplicates, 45pp. total.
               "Draft script", with vision & sound cues,
               annotated, 9pp.
               Duplicated production script, 12pp.
     F.2       "Anglo-American Union, Atlantic Union, 
               World Union"
               [Radio?] Broadcast, "World Affairs" series, 4
               May [no year],
               Ts., 2pp.
     F.3       "The Anglo-Saxon Tradition"
               Lecture series outline,
               Ms., 1p.
               Ts., 1p.
     F.4       "The Atlantic Community"
               [Outline for speech?]
               Ts., 1p.
               4 duplicate carbon tss., 4pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts. with annotations, 1p.
               See also Articles, Box 58, F.25.
     F.5       "The Atlantic Community"
               "Sketch for 25 minutes TV Broadcast"
               Annotated carbon ts., 3pp.
               And incomplete duplicate, 2pp.
     F.6       "The Atlantic Community and the
               Western Political Dialogue"
               Basle, September 1959.
               Ms., 14 July 1959, 11pp.
               Duplicated ts., 12pp.
               And another copy, 12pp.
     F.7       "Atlantic Union"
               Harvard, 13 July 1961.
               Ms.[a rejected early draft?], 11pp.
               With itineraryrelating to this speech.
               Ms.[a letter draft], 22pp.
               Ts., 28pp.
               Also 3 duplicate carbon tss., 84pp. total.
               Another duplicate carbon ts. with added title
               page, 29pp.
               3 carbon tss. duplicates of p.16, 3pp.
               Duplicate ts., 20pp.
               See also Articles Section, Box 58, F.30.
     F.8       "Atlantic Union?"
               World Parliament Association, Paris
               Conference, 24 October 1962.
               Ms., 8 October 1962, 8pp.
               Annotated ts., 8 October 1962, 10pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 10pp.
               And two further duplicates, 20pp.
               Duplicated ts.,[retyped version], 9pp.
               And another copy, 9pp.
     F.9       "Atlantic Union and Common Market"
               11 August 1961.
               Duplicated carbon ts., 8pp.
     F.10      "Atlanticism"
               Winston Churchill Memorial Address,
               Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.,
               26 October 1969.
               Notes [for address]: "Georgetown U.,
               23 x 69", ms., 5pp.
               Prepublication draft, ms., 19pp.
     F.11      "Atlanticism"
               [Same as F.10]
               Annotated ts., prepublication draft,
               30pp. with carbon ts. title page, 1p.
               3 lightly annotated duplicate carbon tss.,
               90pp. total.
               Lightly annotated duplicate carbon ts.,
               incomplete, 20pp.
     F.12      "Atlanticism"
               [Same as F.10 and F.11]
               Annotated carbon ts., [publicity],
               "Georgetown University, 23 October 
               1969", 1p.
               Annotated ts. & ms., title page and
               preliminaries for published version of
               the speech, 4pp.
               Annotated galley proofs of published version,
               9pp.
               Final printed version, pamphlet, 29pp.
     F.13      [Atlanticism?]
               [c.1941]
               Carbon ts., lacking first page, 4pp.
     F.14      [Australian Broadcasting Commission]
               April - May 1952
               Duplicated ts., [first draft], 
               19 April 1952, 2pp. & duplicate, 2pp.
               Duplicated ts., [second draft],
               20 April 1952, 2pp. & 4 duplicates,
               8pp. total.
               Ms., [another broadcast], 25 April
               1952, 5pp.
               Ms., [another broadcast], Melbourne,
               2 May [1952], 5pp.
     F.15      [Bernard, Dr.V.
               Comment on paper "The Behavioral Sciences
               and Peace"]
               Pugwash Conference, 5-7 September 1962.
               Annotated carbon ts., 21 Aug.1962, 6pp.
               [Birmingham Rotary Club]
               - see University of the Air
     F.16      "Britain Between Europe and America:
               The Future of a Special Relationship"
               Columbia University Address,
               21 November 1967,
               Ms., 7-8 October 1967, 17pp. & envelope.
               Carbon ts., 25pp.
     F.17      "The British Constitution and the
               American Crisis or the Essence of Tyranny" 
               [1936]
               Annotated ts., 12pp.
     F.18      [Cambridge University Labour Club]
               Annotated ts., [summary of speech],
               5 May 1950, & 3 duplicates, 4pp.
     F.19      "Charlemagne"
               "T.V. `World Citizens' Series" III
               Ms., 14 November 1963, 10pp.
     F.20      "Commonwealth of the Free World"
               Annotated ts., 11 August 1961,
               5pp. & attached note, 1p.
               "Community" - see below, Box 76, F.18
     F.21      [Conferences - International Communication]
               [c.1953]
               Ms., 4pp.
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
               Carbon ts., retyped version, 6pp.
     F.22      [Conflict, War and Peace]
               Abstract, Chairman's Address,
               World Academy, Rome Conference, 1965.
               Ms., 1p.
               Carbon ts., 2pp. 
               Also 3 duplicates, 6pp. total.
     F.23      "Consolidated Fund Vote"
               Ms., 31 July 1930, 7pp.
               Also additional water damaged leaf, 2pp.
     F.24      Council of Foreign Affairs, Address to
               7 March 1952.
               Synopsis only,
               Carbon ts., 1p.
     F.25      "The Crisis of World Civilization"
               [A series of speeches under this general
               title was given in India and China during
               1947. The topic was further explored in
               Germany as "The Present Crisis of
               Civilization and the Fight for Human Values",
               q.v.] Summaries of Indian speeches:
               Carbon ts., March 1947, 3pp.
               Ts., 2 March 1947, 3pp.
               Carbon ts., incomplete, 2pp.
               Notes regarding these speeches, ms., 15pp.
               Printed announcement regarding Indian
               independence, 2pp.
               Announcement of Catlin's lecture at Nagpur
               University, duplicated ts., 1p.
               And duplicate, 1p.
               Outline of lecture series, carbon ts., 1p.
               Outline [of book?] headed "The Restoration of
               Christianity" and further notes [for India
               and China lectures?],
               ms., 13pp.
               Summary of speech, ts., 3pp.
               2 Indian newspapers and 2 cuttings, all 1946.
               Definition of term, ts., 1p.
               Outline and notes relating to speeches in
               China, ms., 15pp. & envelope.
     F.26           "Culture, Liberty and Science"
               [c.1943?]
               Annotated ts., incomplete, 10pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 11pp.
     F.27      "Currents in Contemporary English 
               Political Theory"
               Annotated ts., 9pp.
               Carbon ts., 8pp. & 2 duplicates, 16pp.
               See also Articles Section, Box 60, F.6.
     
     
     Box 75    D - Po
     
     F.1       "Democracy Reappraised"
               Duplicated ts., 2pp.
               And 4 duplicates, 8pp. total.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
               And 3 duplicates, 6pp. total.
               Announcement regarding the three lecture
               series, lp., and duplicate, lp.
     F.2       [Di Tella, Professor. Comment on his paper]
               Fifth World Sociology Congress, 
               4 September 1962.
               Ms., 11 August 1962, 2pp.
               Duplicated ts., 2pp.
               See also Parson, Prof. Talcutt, 
               F.22 below.
     F.3       "Education for What?"
               University of Natal Jubilee Conference
               on Education, 1960. 
               Ms. entitled "The Revolution in 
               Education", 4pp.
               Ms. entitled "Education for What",2pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 3pp., & duplicate, 3pp.
               Annotated ts., 19 July 1960, 7pp.
               Comments on Anderson Commission Report on
               Grants to Students,
               Carbon ts., 11 June 1960, 2pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 4pp. total.
               Biographical note, ms., 1p.
               And carbon ts., 1p., & duplicate, 1p.
               Another biographical note, ts., 1p.
     F.4       "The Effect of Politics upon Trends in
               Philosophical and Religious Thought"
               Sixteenth Conference on Science,
               Philosophy and Religion in their
               Relation to the Democratic Way of Life,
               31 August 1960.
               Duplicated ts., 15pp. 
               And duplicate,      .
     F.5       [Eisenhower as President]
               [1952/3]
               Ms., 3pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., unannotated, 6pp.
     F.6       "Empire Free Trade and the Anglo-Saxon World"
               Ms., 9pp.
               Annotated ts. with ms. addition, 16pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., unannotated,
               32pp. total.
     F.7       "The End of the Liberal Party - What Now?"
               [1948]
               Summary [by G.E.G.C.] of Fabian 
               Society Address,
               Annotated ts., 3pp.
     F.8       E[nglish] S[peaking] U[nion],
               "Tuesday, December lst."
               26 November 1970,
               Ms., 3pp. with additional leaf
               containing draft of letter to 
               Daily Express, 1p.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.9       "The Foundation of Anglo-Saxony"
               Convocation Address, University of
               Kansas City,
               22 September 1940.
               Annotated ts., 11pp. with note attached
               indicating that this speech was broadcast.
     F.10      "Goethe and the Fight for Human Values"
               Goethe Bicentenary Address, Heidelberg 
               University, 13 July 1949.
               Annotated ts., 20pp.
               Marked proofs, 15pp.
               Offprint, 15pp.
     F.11      "The Great Debate"
               [1950s?]
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 
               Unannotated, 15pp. total.
               See also Articles, Box 61, F.26.
     F.12      "The Importance of the Role of Political
               Theory in the Twentieth Century"
               University of Cologne, 19 February 1963.
               An introduction of another speaker (in
               French), & summary of Catlin's own speech,
               ms., 3pp.
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
               Duplicated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.13      "In Commemoration of Soren Kierkegaard"
               Kierkegaard Society, Copenhagen,
               25 October 1949.
               Annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
     F.14      "International Cultural Exchange.
               Decennial Address"
               [1960s-1970s],
               Annotated carbon ts., 2pp.
               And duplicates, 4pp. total.
     F.15      "International Understanding and 
               Co-operation"
               International Seminar on Media of
               Understanding, 3 - 6 December 1964.
               Ms., 24 August 1964, 3pp.
               Carbon ts., 3pp. 
               And 2 duplicates, 6pp. total.
     F.16      [Labour Party Conference, Scarborough]
               [1940s-1950s]
               Ts., 2pp. and duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
               See also Chelsea Conference, 
               Articles, Box 62, F.26.
               [Manchester Rotarian Club]
               - See University of the Air
     F.17      "Marcus Aurelius"
               A.T.V. Broadcast, World Citizens 
               Series II,
               Notes [for talk] ms., 3pp.
               Ms., "first draft", 6pp.
               Ms., [second draft], 24 October 1963, 9pp.
               Annotated ts., 24 - 30 October 1963, 17pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 51pp. total.
     F.18      "Marx and Me"
               Ts., 2 May 1964, 5pp.
               4 duplicate carbon tss., 20pp. total.
     F.19      National Peace Council, Address to
               [1945]
               Synopsis only, carbon ts., 1p.
     F.20      [Nouvelles Equipes Conference,
               Saarbrucken]
               Summary of speech, carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.21      [Nouvelles Equipes Internationales]
               Luxembourg Conference, 29 January -
               1 February 1948.
               Ms., 9pp. and attached note, 1p.
               Duplicated ts., 6pp.
               Resolution adopted, ts., 3pp.(in French)
               See also Articles, Box 63, F.21 & 39
     F.22      [One World - One Ethics?]
               1959 Meeting of Fellows Conference on 
               Science, Philosophy and Religion.
               Comments on paper by John C. Bennett,
               Duplicated ts., 6pp.
     F.23      [Parsons, Professor Talcott - comment
               on his paper]
               American Sociological Association,
               30 August 1962.
               Ms., 8 August 1962, 5pp.
               Duplicated ts., 6pp.
               And duplicate, 8pp.
               See also Di Tella, F.2 above.
     F.24      "Pax Mundi"
               World Academy of Art & Science,
               Rome, September 8 - 13, 1965.
               Notes [for a lecture]
               Ms., 2pp.
               See also Articles, Box 64, F.9 above.
     F.25      [P.E.N. Conference]
               October 1961.
               Abstract of speech,
               Annotated ts., 1p.
     F.26      [Peace/Australia]
               A broadcast speech [in Australia?]
               5 September 1950.
               Ms., 1 September 1950, 7pp.
               Carbon ts., 7pp., with attached note, 1p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 7pp.
               Political and Social Theory and its
               Applications - see Manuscripts Section.
     F.27      "Political Behaviour"
               I.P.S.A. Paris Conference,
               29 August 1961.
               Ms., 4pp. 
               And sheet of addenda [for book], 2pp.
     F.28      "Political Elites"
               Panel Paper for Fourth World Sociological
               Conference,
               Milan, 23 June 1959.
               Annotated ts., 5pp.
     F.29      [The Political Elites/Le Elites Politiche]
               A contribution the symposium edited by 
               A.P. d'Entreves, also entitled Le Elites
               Politiche (Laterza, Bari, 196l) being part of
               the Proceedings of the International
               Sociological Conference, Stresa.
               Outline of paper for Sociological Abstracts,
               annotated carbon ts., 1p. 
               Also 3 duplicates, 3pp. and two related
               letters, Tls., Sept./Oct. 196l, 2pp.
     F.30      "Political Science: Does it Exist?"
               Address to seminar group of the Center for
               the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa
               Barbara, 
               28 February 1964.
               Annotated carbon ts., 16pp.
               See also Articles, Box 64, F.28 & F.29.
     F.31      "Political Science and the Practical Problem
               of Peace"
               Canadian Political Science Association,
               Saskatoon, 4 June 1959.
               Ms., 22pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 20pp.
               Annotated ts., [another version], incomplete,
               17pp. 
               And annotated file folder.
     F.32      "Political Science and the Practical Problem
               of Peace"
               Annotated duplicated ts., 23pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 46pp. total.
               Also another duplicated ts. on "Learned
               Societies" letterhead, 27pp.
     F.33      [Political Science/La Science Politique]
               Lecture to a seminar group at Universit‚ de
               Montr‚al, 7 April 1959.
               Annotated ts., dated 8 April 1959, in French,
               11pp.
               And related letters, tls & als, Feb. & March
               1959, 2pp.
     F.34      "Political Theory: What Is It?"
               Inaugural lecture in the Bronfman chair of
               Political Science in McGill University
               [1956].
               Ms. notes for lecture [to be given?] 
               22 October 1956, 2pp.
               Ms. draft of lecture, 12 June 1956, 9pp.
               Annotated ts., 12 June 1956, 16pp. with
               circular from American Political Science
               Association, 1p.
     F.35      "Political Theory: What Is It?"
               [Same lecture as F.34 above]
               2 duplicated tss., both lightly annotated,
               one marked "American Political Science
               Association, Washington, '56", 9pp. each.
               Shortened excerpts of this lecture, carbon
               ts., 4pp.
               Draft of introduction A.P.S.A. Washington
               address, ms., 3pp.
               Introduction to paper, annotated ts., 5pp.
               and 5 further copies, 25pp. total.
               Printed booklet, reprinted from Political
               Science Quarterly, vol.LXXII,
               March 1957, together with "Politics in Theory
               and Practice", Montreal, 43pp.
               See also Articles, Box 64, F.30 - 33.
     F.36      [Political Warfare]
               Broadcast talk, from Britain [to America?]
               [c.1940?]
               Carbon ts., 7pp.
     F.37      "Politics and Values"
               Conference of Reason and Value,
               Mills College, Oakland, California,
               12 - 14 September 1952.
               Notes [for lecture], ms., 6pp.
               Draft of lecture, ms., 5pp.
               Conference outline, duplicated ts.,1p.
               Conference attendance list, duplicated ts.,
               1p.
               Summary of lecture, carbon ts., 1p., and 3
               duplicates, 3pp.
     F.38      "Politics and Values"
               [Same as F.37 above]
               Duplicated ts., 5pp., and duplicate,5pp.
               Bound copy of Conference Proceedings; 
               Catlin's paper is on pp. 27 -31.
     F.39      "Politics in Theory and Practice"
               Address given at I.P.S.A. Rome Conference,
               September 1958.
               Printed version only, bound with "Political
               Theory: What Is It?",
               q.v. above, F.34.
               See also Articles, Box 64, F.32 & 33.
     
     
     Box 76    Pr - Z
     
     F.1       "The Present Crisis of Civilization and the
               Fight for Human Values"
               [Speech given in Germany] [1947]
               Annotated ts., 20pp. with attached letter
               from Foreign Office, tls., 
               9 September 1947, 1p.
               And  2 duplicate carbon tss., 
               40pp. total.
               See also "The Crisis of World Civilization"
               above, Box 74, F.24, and Articles, Box 65,
               F.1.
     F.2       "Propaganda as a Function of Government,
               Especially in Democracy"
               American Political Science Association,
               December 1934.
               Notes [for paper], annotated ts., 2pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 6pp., & duplicates,
               12pp.
               Annotated programme outline, 
               duplicated ts., 3pp.
     F.3       [Public Opinion, Propaganda and
               Counterpropaganda]
               Thematic excerpts from an address to be given
               at Stanford University,
               30 January 1953.
               Annotated mimeographed ts., 27 Jan.1953, 6pp.
               & unannotated duplicate, 6pp.
     F.4       "Rabindranath Tagore"
               Lecture delivered before the Royal Society of
               Arts and other societies,
               9 May 1961.
               Introduction [to published version of?] the
               lecture, carbon ts., 1p. and duplicate, 1p.
               Ts., 28pp. with attached letter from Indian
               publisher, tls., 25 June 1963.
               See also Articles, Box 65, F.18 and the
               Manuscripts section for other work by Catlin
               on Tagore.
     F.5       "The Relations in Politics of Theory and
               Practice"
               I.P.S.A. Conference, Rome, 
               6 September 1958.
               Ms., "Montreal", 18 June 1958, 12pp.
     F.6       The Relations in Politics of Theory and
               Practice"
               [Same as F.5 above]
               Duplicated ts., 14pp.
               Annotated duplicated ts.,marked up for the
               printer, 14pp.
               Annotated page proofs, 16pp.
               See also Articles, Box 65, F.22.
     F.7       "A Reply to Existentialism"
               [The original title of this lecture appears
               on the manuscript and typescript versions as
               "A Reply to the Philosophy of J.P. Sartre"]
               Delivered before a meeting of the
               Aristotelian Society, London,
               16 June 1947.
               Ms., 57pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 72pp., 
               and duplicate 72pp.
               [both numbered as 60pp.]
               And annotated file folder with envelope.
               Offprint of published version,
               28pp. and ts. note, 1p.
     F.8       [Rheinfelden Conference]
               25 September 1959.
               Ms., 9pp.
               Annotated ts., 8pp. 
               & 2 carbon ts. copies.
     F.9       [The Riddle of Foreign Affairs]
               Broadcast, Toronto, 9 October [1947].
               Incomplete[?] draft of lecture [does not
               relate closely to subsequent versions],
               Ms., 5pp.
               Annotated ts., 7pp. & 2 duplicate carbon
               tss., 14pp. total & envelope.
     F.10      [Rotary Club Speech]
               Sunderland, 12 September 1935.
               Annotated ts., 12pp.
     F.11      [Royal Empire Society Address]
               [1956?].
               Carbon ts., 2pp., & 2 duplicates,
               4pp. total.
     F.12      [Sir Montague Burton and U.N.A.]
               [1930s?].
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.13      "Socialist Method"
               [1920s?].
               Notes [for lecture], ms., 4pp.
               Annotated ts., 6pp.
     F.14      "The Sovereignty of the British Parliament in
               Relation to the Executive"
               Instituto de Ciencias Sociales, Barcelona, 3
               Dec. 1963.
               Ms., 4pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 5pp.
               & 2 duplicates, 10pp. total.
     F.15      [Sri Aurobindo]
               Transcript of a recorded speech, incomplete,
               9pp., with compliments slip.
     F.16      "Stalin vs. Eisenhower"
               Address delivered at the Faculty Club,
               Berkeley, 6 January 1953.
               Excerpts from speech, annotated mimeographed
               ts.,
               14pp. total, & 2 duplicates,
               28pp. total.
     F.17      "The State of Britain"
               Radio address [made in America?]
               [Late 1940s?]
               Ms., 6pp.
     F.18      [Taubes, Jacob. Comments on his paper]
               Cambridge Conference of A.S.P.L.P.,
               Christmas, 1957.
               Notes [for paper], 21pp.
               Announcement re, the conference,
               carbon ts., 1p.
               List of participants in the conference,
               mimeographed ts., 4pp.
               Taubes' paper, annotated carbon ts., 12pp.,
               Ms., 9pp.
     F.19      "Thomas Hobbes and Contemporary Political
               Theory"
               Lecture to American Political Science
               Association,
               6 - 10 September 1966.
               Ms., 9pp. & file folder.
     F.20      "Thomas Hobbes and Contemporary Political
               Theory"
               [Same as F.19 above]
               Last page only of ts. of lecture,
               21 April 1966, carbon ts., 1p.
               Annotated mimeographed ts., marked "corrected
               text", 13pp.
               2 unannotated mimeographed tss., 
               26pp. total.
               See also Articles, Box 66, F.38.
     F.21      "Tribute to the Hon. Mrs. Indira Gandhi"
               3 March 1972.
               Annotated ts., 2pp.
               Ts. [retyped version], 2pp.
               & duplicate, 2pp.
     F.22      United Nations, Address to
               [c.1945]
               Synopsis only,
               Ms., 1p.
     F.23      University of the Air
               Summaries of two speeches:
               i) to Birmingham Rotary Club,
               25 September 1961,
               carbon ts., 1p.
               ii) to Manchester Rotarian Club,
               18 January 1962,
               duplicated ts., 1p. & another copy.
               Walker-Ames Lectures 1964
               - see Manuscripts section under
               Political and Social Theory and its
               Applications.
     F.24      Weil Lectures
               [1957]
               Notes for lectures I, II, & III,
               Ms., 12pp.
               2 cuttings and quotation on index card, 3
               items.
               Copy of Above All Nations [used for
               quotations during thew lecture?].
               - see also Manuscripts section under
               What Does the West Want?
     F.25      "What is Happiness?"
               [Series of lectures? Teaching notes?]
               Ms., 27pp.
     F.26      "What is the Best Form of Government for the
               Happiness of Mankind?"
               Daniel Foundation Lecture,
               University of Oklahoma,
               4 February 1953.
               Ms., 21 December 1952, 17pp.
               Related correspondence:
               ALs from G.E.G.C. & secretary,
               30 January 1952 [error for 1953?]
               1p.
               AL, incomplete, regarding a draft of the
               lecture, n.d., 1p.
               ALs from Francis Wormuth, 14 Jan. 1953.
               Annotated carbon ts., 21 December 1952, 27pp.
     F.27      "What is the Best Form of Government for the
               Happiness of Mankind?'
               [Same as F.26 above]
               Annotated ts., marked up for the printer, and
               with preliminary pages,
               25pp. total.
     F.28      [Wheeler, Dr. Harvey. Comment on his paper
               "Revolution".]
               8 March 1968.
               Ms., 4pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 4pp.
               And another duplicate, 4pp.
     F.29      [Wheeler, Dr. Harvey. Comment on his paper
               "The Politics and Economics of Democracy".]
               Centre for the Study of Democratic
               Institutions, 1962.
               Ms., 18 October 1962, 9pp.
               Carbon ts., 9pp. & duplicate, 9pp.
               Carbon ts., 9pp. & duplicate, 9pp.
               Annotated mimeographed copy of Wheeler's
               paper, 9 October 1962, 39pp.
     F.30      "Words and Politics" [Lecture?]
               Carbon ts., 26pp.
     F.31      "The World Academy"
               Knowledge Foundation Symposium, California,
               1964.
               7 December 1963.
               Ms., 6pp.
               Annotated carbon ts., 8pp.
               & duplicate, 8pp.
     F.32      "Suggested Lecture Topics, 1963-4"
               Ms., 1p.
               Carbon ts., 1p. & duplicate, 1p.
     F.33      Notes for Speeches
               [c.1958-1959]
               Ms., 26pp. and note [from a colleague]
               & cutting.
               Notebook, ms., 1pp. used.
               I.P.S.A. circular, 1958.
     F.34      Lecture Fragments
               Corrections for a lecture,
               Annotated carbon ts., 1p.,
               & duplicate, lp.
     F.35      Multiple copies of various lectures,
               21 items total.
     
     
     
     Memoranda,Proposals, Reports, Resolutions
     
     In the case of untitled items one has been assigned by
     the archivist and all items have been arranged
     alphabetically.
     
     
     Box 77    A - F
     
     F.1       [American Liaison], Proposals:G.E.C. Catlin
               [for Oswald Mosley?] [Late 1920s?]
               Carbon ts., 2pp. and 3 duplicates, 6pp.total.
     F.2       Anglo-American Institute of Cultural
               Relations
               Annotated duplicated ts. [second revision?],
               10 July 1942, 6pp.
               Duplicated ts., third revision, 30 July 1942,
               10pp.
               Further duplicates of third revision, 30 July
               1942, 10pp.
               Further duplicates of third revision, with
               compliments slip dated 16 July 1945, carbon
               ts. and duplicated ts., 95pp.
     F.3       Anglo American Institute of Cultural
               Relations
               Ms., 3pp.
               Carbon ts. dated 24 December 1945, 2pp.
               And 5 duplicates, 10pp.
     F.4       Anglo American Relations, Memorandum on
               Carbon ts. dated 31 May 1942, 4pp.
               And duplicate, 4pp.
     F.5       [Anglo-American Relations]
               Ms., dated 14 May 1967, 3pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.6       Anglo American Relations and President
               Nixon's Projected Visit, Memorandum on
               Ms., 2 January 1973, 2pp.
               Another draft, 2 January 1973, 3pp.
     F.7       Atlantic Community, Memorandum on
               Bruges, 1957.
               Ms., dated 12 August 1957, 7pp.
               [see also F.14 below]
     F.8       Atlantic Community, Detente and New Alignment
               Ms., [post 1967], 3pp.
     F.9       Atlantic Community and E.E.C., 
               Memorandum to the Prime Minister.
               Ms. dated 24 March 1974, 7pp., 
               Paginated as 5pp.
               Also annotated ts., 3pp.
               And duplicate annotated carbon ts.,
               5 copies, 15pp.
     F.10      Atlantic Congress Sub-Committee A3.
               Draft Resolution on an Atlantic Foundation.
               Annotated carbon ts.,[undated], 1p.
     F.11      Atlantic Institute, Memorandum on
               Ts., for mimeographing, 
               Dated May 11 1959,2pp.
     F.12      Atlantic Institute, Memorandum on
               Carbon ts., [c.1942], 2pp.
               And duplicate, 2pp.
     F.13      Atlantic Unity, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 18 May 1961, 5pp.
               Duplicate annotated ts., 5pp.
               And two further duplicates, 10pp.
     F.14      [Biographical] Memorandum
               Annotated ts., outlining evolution of
               G.E.G.C's political theory, dated 2 December
               1960, 6pp.
               And two duplicate carbon tss., 12pp.
               Conference Programme, 6pp.
               Summary of the findings, booklet, 23pp.
               And McGill envelope, annotated.
     F.15      Bruges Conference on the Atlantic Community,
               Memorandum on
               Annotated ts., [1957], 5pp.
               3 duplicate tss., 15pp.
               Report by G.E.G.C. for the conference
               [a duplicated version of the memo in F.7
               above].
               Conference Programme, 6pp.
               Summary of the findings, booklet, 23pp.
               And McGill envelope, annotated.
     F.16      Catholic Church Practice in Britain,
               Memorandum on
               Ms., 20 May 1963, 5pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 6pp.
               And annotated file folder.
               Chelsea Resolution - see Labour Party
     F.17      Civil Service Reconstruction, Memorandum on
               the Prime Minister's Projected
               Ms., 4 January 1973, 2pp.
               3 duplicate carbon tss., 3pp.
     F.18      Cole, G.D.H.
               [Summary of an article by Cole in Political
               Quarterly, Oct. - Dec. 1936][Memo? Notes?]
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
               Also "G.D.H. Cole's Five Points",
               Annotated carbon ts., [undated], 1p.
     F.19      Collaboration, Memorandum on
               [Proposes Anglo-American Union as a first
               step to World Federation]
               Carbon ts., [c.1942], 2pp.
               And 4 duplicates, 8pp.
               Also Aide Memoire on Union Organizations
               etc.,
               Carbon ts., lp., and 3 duplicates, 3pp.
     
     F.20      Colonial Study, Project of
               Ts., [1936 -7?], 4pp.
               And 3 duplicates, 12pp.
     F.21      [Communist Propaganda] ["The Soviet gains
               since 1945 have not been in terms of the
               atomic bomb ...'],
               Carbon ts., dated July 1950, 2pp. 
               And 2 duplicates, 4pp.
               Retyped version, annotated carbon ts.,
               Undated, 2pp.
     F.22      Crossman  Memorandum: Comment
               Ms., [undated], 1p.
               Annotated ts., dated 18 June 1956, 3pp.
     F.23      Contracts, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 7 March 1965, 1p.
               Duplicate ts., 1p.
               And duplicate carbon ts., 1p.
     F.24      Cultural Institute, Memorandum for Mr. Harold
               Butler
               Ms., [8June 1942], 1p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 1p. 
               And 2 more duplicates, 2pp.
     F.25      Domestic Policy, Memorandum on
               Ms., 8pp.
               Duplicate ts., incomplete, 2pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.26      [Drewett, John] John Drewett's Memo: Comment
               Ms.,, dated 6 August 1965, 3pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 6pp.
               And another duplicate, 6pp.
     F.27      Economic Advisory Institute, Memorandum on
               [For Mosley?] [Undated, early 1930s?],
               Carbon ts., 6pp.
     F.28      [Education, Memorandum on]
               Incomplete annotated carbon ts.,
               [Undated, 1930s?], 3pp.
     F.29      Education, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated  23 October 1948, 4pp.
               Carbon ts., [undated], 3pp.
               And 2 more duplicates, 6pp.
     F.30      Education, Memorandum on
               For the Committee for the Advancement of
               Education and of the Status of the Teaching
               Profession
               Duplicated ts., 18 October 1961, 4pp.
               And 2 more duplicates, 8pp.
     F.31      Education, Report of the Committee for the
               Advancement of Education and of the Status of
               the Teaching Profession
               Duplicated typescript marked "draft" dated 
               7 May 1962, 19pp.
               Also revised version, duplicated ts., 
               Dated 4 June 1962, 21pp.
     F.32      Educational Objectives, Memorandum on
               Duplicated typescript, dated 1 May 1933,
               2pp.,
               And cutting, 1933.
     F.33      [Eighteenth Amendment] Report Presented to
               the Committee on a Preliminary Study of the
               Sources of Information on the Operation of
               the Eighteenth Amendment
               Annotated duplicated typescript dated
               20 August 1926, 145pp.
               See also Box 78, F.38
     F.34      [European Union] Comment from George Catlin
               Ms., [1st. draft], 2pp.
               Ms., [2nd. draft], 2pp.
               Ts., annotated, 3pp.
               4 duplicate annotated typescripts, 12pp.
     F.35      The Expert in Politics: Proposal for Research
               Annotated ts., 4pp.
     F.36      Federal Union, Memorandum on
               Carbon ts., 2pp. & duplicate, 2pp.
     
     
     Box 78    G - W
     
     F.1       Goldwater, Memorandum on Senator Barry
               Annotated carbon ts., dated 20 July 1964,
               2pp.
               See also F.36 below
     F.2       Higher Education, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 31 December 1967, 6pp.
               Duplicate ts., 4pp.
               And annotated file folder.
     F.3       Hoover, Herbert, Interview with
               Ts., [undated, 1930s?], 3pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.4       India, [Points of discussion ... submitted to
               the Under Secretary of State]
               Ms. draft, with note dated 24 February 1945,
               1p.
               Ts., dated 2 February 1945, 2pp.
               2 duplicated carbon tss., 4pp.
     F.5       India, Draft Manifesto for Indian Freedom
               Campaign
               Annotated ts., [undated, c.1940], 4pp.
     F.6       Labour Party Conference: Chelsea Resolution
               Annotated carbon ts., [undated, c.1940], 5pp.
     F.7       Labour Party, Memorandum on Labour Party
               Foreign Policy
               Annotated carbon ts. with prefatory letter to
               Dr. [Hugh] Dalton dated 17 December 1936
               followed by a two part memo:
               I  Considerations on the Present Situation
               II Recommmendations for Labour Party Policy,
               23pp.[paginated as 20pp.].
               Also duplicate carbon ts., part I only, 15pp.
               And 2 duplicate carbon tss., part II only,
               one with same introductory letter but this
               one dated 4 December 1936, 20pp.
     F.8       [Labour Party, Proposals for reform]
               Annotated carbon ts., [undated, 1930s?], 3pp.
     F.9       Liberty and Democratic Leadership
               Printed declaration, signed [and written?] by
               G.E.G.C. and many others, including Vera
               Brittain, St. John Ervine, Winifred Holtby,
               Aldous and Julian Huxley, Gilbert Murray,
               Leonard and Virginia Wolf and Ralph Vaughan
               Williams [undated, early 1930s? No later than
               1935], 4 sides on one sheet.
     F.10      Lords Reform, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 2 November 1966, 1p.
               Duplicate ts., 1p.
               4 duplicate carbon tss., 4pp.
     F.11      Means Test, Memorandum on 
               [for Labour Party]
               Ms., dated 29 November 1932, 3pp.
     F.12      [Mosley, Sir Oswald] Memoranda prepared for
               [Draft?] Letter/memorandum to Mosley, dated
               24 December [c.1930], AL, 3pp.
               Memo of comments [on another document], ms.,
               [undated], 4pp.
               Memo headed "Comments on Alan Young's draft,
               31 July 1930", ms., 2pp.
               Memo headed "Sir Oswald Mosley", ms.,
               [undated], 1p.
               [Notes for a memo to Mosley?], ms.,
               [undated], 4pp.
     F.13      National Party, Memorandum on
               Annotated carbon ts., dated [in ms.] 1938,
               1p.
     F.14      [Nehru] Memorial Notice on Pandit Nehru
               Carbon ts., 2 copies, dated 27 May 1964, 2pp.
     F.15      Overall Strategy of Democratic Ideas
               Carbon ts., dated [in ms.] 1948, 2pp.
               Retyped version, ts., 2pp. and carbon ts.,
               2pp.
     F.16      Oxford Education, Memorandum on
               Duplicated ts., dated 9 March 1960, 2pp.
               & 19 copies, 38pp.
     F.17      Oxford University Commission, Memorandum to
               Contains 12 points, annotated ts., 
               dated 21 January 1965, 6pp.
               2 duplicate carbon tss., 6pp.
               Three additional points, sequentially
               numbered, annotated ts., 2pp.
               "A last point", dated 9 March 1965, 
               annotated ts., 1p.
               Annotated duplicated ts. containing all 17
               points, dated 9 March 1965, 6pp.
               Also file folder annotated "Memorandum to
               Franks Commission on Oxford University,
               1965".
     F.18      [Parker] Memorandum on Two Points, prepared
               for Sir Harold Parker by request.
               Annotated duplicated ts., dated October 1951,
               4pp.
     F.19      P.E.P. Memorandum, Comment on
               Annotated carbon ts., [undated, but probably
               September 1939], 11pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 22pp.
               The original memorandum, duplicated ts.,
               dated 8 September 1939, 43pp.
     F.20      [Pergamon Press], Memorandum regarding
               Ms., dated 12 October 1965, 2pp.
               2 duplicate  tss., 4pp.
     F.21      [Policy], Memorandum on
               Annotated ts., & carbon ts., 
               dated 21 September 1942, 2pp.
     F.22      Politics/Political Science.
               Catlin's explanation.
               Ms., dated 18 January 1965, 1p.
               Duplicate annotated ts., 1p.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 1p.
     F.23      [Popular Television Association]
               Policy Committee Statement
               Annotated duplicated ts., [undated, 1960s?],
               3pp.
     F.24      Price Control, Memorandum on
               Ms., [undated, 1960s?1970s?], 1p.
               Duplicate ts., 1p., and carbon ts., 1p.
     F.25      [Prohibition] The Liquor Traffic
               Table of Contents only, ms., 1p.
               Duplicate carbon tss., 3 copies, 3pp.
     F.26      Propaganda, Memorandum on
               2 annotated carbon tss., 
               Dated 30 November 1963, 2pp.
     F.27      Publishing Company, Memorandum re. a proposal
               to form a
               Annotated carbon ts., [undated], 5pp. in
               black covers.
     F.28      Recent Current Events, Memorandum on
               Annotated ts., [undated, 1972], 1p.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 1p.
     F.29      Research, Memorandum on
               Ms., 2pp. and 1p. [from another ms.?]
               [Undated, 1930s?], 3pp.
               Duplicate [of the 2pp. ms.] carbon ts., 4pp.
               And two more carbon ts. duplicates, 8pp.
     F.30      Restatement of Political Science: Summary,
               1975.
               Annotated ts. and carbon ts. with ms.
               insertions, 10pp. and rejected pages from an
               earlier draft, 6pp.
               See also Box 87, F.48 (Biographical).
               See also F.15 above.
     F.31      Rhodesias, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 21 January 1961, 3pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp.
               Duplicated ts., 3pp. & 3 more copies, 9pp.
     F.32      Right of Search etc., Memorandum on
               Ms., in 2 parts:
               First part, headed II, undated,  6pp.
               Second part, headed III, 
               Dated  21 February 1929, 3pp.
               Also annotated ts., headed I, 4pp.
     F.33      Right of Search, Memorandum on
               A further development of the sections
               described above, all but the last are carbon
               tss.:
               I, II, & III as above, 
               IV, dated 5 March 1929, 2pp.
               V, [undated], 3pp.
               VI, dated 19 March 1929, 3pp.
               VII, [undated], 5pp.
               VIII, dated 22 April 1929, 5pp.
               IX, dated 27 April 1929, 5pp.
               X, dated 6 May 1929, 4pp.
               Another, unnumbered section, [undated], 5pp.
               Another  section, [undated, but after 
               14 June 1929], ts., 5pp.
     F.34      Right of Search, Memorandum on
               Carbon ts. duplicates of sections of above
               version:
               Section II, 2 duplicates, 9pp. total.
               Section III, 2 duplicates, 8pp. total.
               Section IV, 1 duplicate, 2pp. total.
               Section V, 2 duplicates, annotated , 6pp.
               total.
               Section VI, 1 duplicate,[here dated 19 March
               1939], 3pp.
               Section VIII, 2 duplicates 10 pp. total.
     F.35      St. Pancras Statement, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 10 March 1970, 4pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.36      Senator Barry Goldwater, Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 20 July 1964, 2pp.
               See also F.1 above.
     F.37      Social Science Research Council,
               Memorandum on
               Ms., dated 28 December 1963, 4pp.
               Duplicate duplicated ts., 4pp.
               And two related pamphlets.
     F.38      Social Science Research Council,
               Report on Sources of Information Concerning
               the Operation of the Eighteenth Amendment,
               A Report published in New York, 1928, 70pp.
               The title page is inscribed in Catlin's hand
               "Report prepared in substance by G.E.G.C."
               See also Box 77, F.33 above.
     F.39      Social Science Research Organization,
               Abstract
               of Memorandum
               Annotated carbon ts., [1930], 1p.
     F.40      South Africa, Memorandum on
               Ms., [undated], 13pp.
               Duplicate annotated ts., 
               Dated 5 September 1960,
               8pp.
     F.41      Studies on Rule-Keeping, Project for
               Carbon ts., [undated, 1920s - 1930s], 3pp.
     F.42      T.V. and Education, Memorandum on
               Incomplete annotated ts., [undated], 2pp.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., [undated,
               1966?], 3pp.
               And 3 duplicates, 9pp.
               Also a page headed "Addendum to Report",
               [on Popular Television Association],
               Carbon ts., dated 19 June 1959, 1p.
     F.43      World Council for International Cultural
               Relations,
               Carbon ts., [undated], 2pp. & duplicate, 2pp.
     
     
     
     Letters to the Editor, Prefaces and Introductions,
     Interviews, Maxims and Obituaries
     The material in these files has been arranged
     chronologically.
     See also cuttings books in Boxes 105 and 105 below.
     
     
     Box 79
     
     Letters to the Editor
     
     F.1       [1930s?]
               [On the League of Nations]
               AL, incomplete, 2pp.
     F.2       1936, 3 - 7 December
               Letters to/from the News Chronicle
               TL(car.), 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), 4 December 1936, 1p.
               ALs to G.E.G.C. from the News Chronicle,
               7 December 1936, 1p.
     F.3       1936, 3 - 8 December
               Letters to the Evening Standard
               TL(car.), 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), annotated [copy of letter to Mr.
               Attlee], 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), [to Mr. Attlee], 8 December 1936,
               1p.
     F.4       1936, 3 December - 1937, 4 January
               Letters to the Daily Herald
               TL(car.), 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), 3 December 1936, 1p.
               TL(car.), 5 December 1936, 2pp.
               TL(car.), annotated, 7 December 1936, 2pp.
               TL, annotated, 4 January 1937, 1p.
               TLs, 4 January 1937, 1p.
     F.5       1936, 4 - 7 December
               Letters to the New Statesman
               TL(car.), 4 December 1936, 1p.
               AL(draft), postscript, 4 December 1936, 2pp.
               AL(draft), [undated, 4 December 1936], 1p.
               TLs, annotated,[undated, 4 December 1936],
               2pp.
               TL(car.), 5 December 1936, 2pp.
               AL(draft), [undated], [incomplete?], 1p.
               TLs(car.), annotated, 6 December 1936, 2pp.
               TLs(car.), 7 December 1936, 1p.
               AL(draft), [undated, 7 December 1936], 1p.
     F.6       1936, 6 - 7 December
               Letters to the Manchester Guardian
               TLs, 6 December 1936, 1p.
               TLs, annotated by the editor and G.E.G.C.,
               6 December 1936, 2pp.
               TL(car.), copy of the letter above, 2pp.
               TL(car.), 7 December 1936, 2pp.
     F.7       1936, 18 December - 1937, 5 January
               Letters to/from Time and Tide
               TL(car.), annotated, 18 December 1936, 2pp.
               TLs from Assistant Editor, 5 January 1937,
               1p.
     F.8       1939/1940
               Cuttings only of the published versions of
               the following letters:
               Sunday Times, 10 September 1939
               The New Statesman and Nation, 21 October 1939
               Saturday Review, 13 April 1940
     F.9       1957
               "Niebuhr"
               The New Leader, 15 April 1957, pp.29 - 31
               Published version only, complete issue.
     F.10      1959, December 31
               Letter [to the Observer]
               TLs(car.), annotated, 1p.
     F.11      1964
               "In the Air" [On educational television]
               Sunday Times, 16 August 1964, n.p.
               Cutting of published version only,
               1 leaf.
     F.12      1965
               Untitled [On John Kennedy and John XXIII]
               [To The Times?]
               Ms. with ts.  additions, 22 November 1965,
               1p.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 1p.
     F.13      1968
               "Humanae Vitae"
               Ms., [undated], 1p.
               Duplicate annotated carbon ts., 
               Dated 31 July 1968, 2pp.
               And another duplicate, 2pp.
     F.14      1970
               "Election" [On Cardinal Leger]
               Evening Standard, 22 December 1970 [p.9?]
               2 cuttings only, 4 leaves.
     F.15      1973
               Untitled [On gift for Princess Anne]
               Evening Standard, 7 September 1973, n.p.
               2 cuttings only, 2 leaves.
     F.16      [1973 - 1974]
               Untitled [On Kissinger]
               Letter to The Times, [undated],
               Ts., 2pp. & duplicate carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.17      1975
               "Europe Debate"
               Ms., dated 23 April 1975, 8pp.
               Duplicated ts., 5pp., and duplicate, 5pp.
     
               See also series of "Letters to My Son",
     
     
     Box 86    F.14.
     
     Prefaces and Introductions
     
     F.18      1955
               Wheeler, Harvey  The Conservative Crisis
               Ms. draft of the preface, dated April 1956,
               4pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 8pp.
               And another duplicate, 8pp.
               Also "Note by Lord Samuel" on The
               Conservative Crisis, dated 30 December, 1956,
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               And 2 duplicates, 8pp. total.
     F.19      1960
               Gagnal, S.C.  Gandhian Way to World Peace
               Ms., draft of Introduction, dated 25 May
               1960, 3pp.
               Duplicate ts., 5pp.
               2 further duplicates, 10pp. total.
     F.20      [Undated]
               Untitled Preface [book on the public mind],
               Ts., 3pp.
     
     
     Interviews, Maxims and Obituary
     
     F.21      1977
               Interview [incomplete]
               Photocopy of published version of interview
               given to Cynthia Hearn,
               2pp.
     F.22      [Undated] [1940s?]
               Maxims
               A collection of epigrams by G.E.G.C.
               Ms., 75pp. & envelope.
     F.23      [1943 - 1944]
               More epigrams, in the same format as F.22
               above, dated 24 November 1943 - 6 March 1944.
               Ms., with items numbered i - cxxxv, 13pp.
               Duplicate ts., i - cxxxv, 20pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts. of items lxxvii - cxxxv
               only, with title page "Maxims", 21pp.
     F.24      1962
               Obituary for Dr. Hu Shih
               Ms., 1p., and duplicate carbon ts., 1p.
     
     
     Teaching Files
     Arranged chronologically
     
     
     Box 80    Teaching Files, 1920s - 1950s
     
     F.1       [1920s - 1930s? Cornell]
               "History of Political Theory"
               Notes on a course of lectures, apparently
               written by a student, Carol Janeway.
               The first 5pp. are ts., the rest ms.,
               172pp. total.
     F.2       [1920s - 1930s? Cornell]
               "History of Political Theory'
               Catlin's own notes for this course of
               lectures,
               Ms., 95pp.
               And annotated envelope.
     F.3       [1920s - 1930s? Cornell]
               Notes for "Seminar on Politics",
               Ms., 2pp., ts., 2pp.
     F.4       1924 - 1927
               Course outlines, book lists, assignment
               schedules and examinations,
               Duplicated ts., 37pp.
               With two cuttings, one 1930s.
     F.5       1926
               Outlines and examinations [not by G.E.G.C.?],
               Duplicated ts., 12pp., with chart and map.
     F.6       1930
               Examinations, ms., 3pp.
     F.7       1930 - 1934, Cornell
               Index cards containing quotations,
               Ms., 68 cards and a cutting, dated 1934.
               Lecture notes, ms., 50pp., annotated ts.,
               4pp.
               Assignment  sheets, 1930 - 1931, 
               Duplicated ts., 3pp.
     F.8       1931
               Final examinations,
               Duplicated ts., 4pp.
     F.9       1931 - 1932 [Cornell]
               Exams for Government-Politics course,
               Duplicated ts., 2pp.
     F.10      [c.1932] [Cornell]
               Research proposals and proposal for Social
               Science Research Council,
               Ms., [not G.E.G.C.], 7pp.
               Duplicated ts., 9pp.
               Carbon ts., 11pp.
     F.11      1934 Cornell
               Index cards containing quotations,
               Ms., 74 cards with newsclippings interleaved,
               clippings dated 1929 - 1933.
               Ballots for election to Mississippi Flood
               Control Commission; some have been filled
               out,
               undated, 24 ballots.
               Lecture notes, ms. & ts., 115pp.
               Sheet with cuttings pasted on, 1p.
               Syllabus of course, duplicated ts., 1p.
               And two duplicates, 2pp.
     F.12      [1950s?]
               2 bibliographies, one ts., 2pp.,
               The other carbon ts., 2pp.
     F.13      1952 - 1953 Oxford and California
               Invoice from New College, Oxford, 
               December 1952.
               Biographical outline and suggested speaking
               topics,
               duplicated ts., 1p.
               Final examination, duplicated ts., January
               1953, 1p., and duplicate, 1p.
     F.14      1952 - 1958 California and McGill
               Bibliographies, course outlines and
               examinations,
               Ms., ts., and duplicated ts., 58pp. total.
               See also Box 83, F.5.
     F.15      1955 Stoke
               Notes [for lecture?] on Political Theory,
               Ms., 2pp.
     F.16      1957 - 1959 McGill
               Notebook containing lecture notes, 
               66pp. written on,
               Reading lists, cuttings and brief notes
               interleaved.
     
     
     Box 81    Teaching Files, 1961 - 1977
     
     F.1       [c.1960]
               Outline for course on "The Structure and
               Functioning of American Government",
               Duplicated ts., 16pp.
     F.2       [1960s?]
               Examinations and lecture notes for courses on
               Modern Political Theory and Contemporary
               Political Theory,
               Duplicated ts., 2pp.
               Ms., 27pp.
     F.3       1961 Illinois
               "For the President's remarks, April 29 1961,
               Tagore Event",
               Ts., (photocopied), 3pp.
     F.4       1967 Illinois
               Course outlines, bibliographies, examinations
               and notes  re. appointments with students,
               30pp. total.
               And brochure regarding housing at the
               University of Illinois.
     F.5       1967 - 1968 Illinois
               "Theory of democracy, University of
               Illinois", September/October 1967,
               Lecture notes, ms., 92pp.
               Examinations, duplicated tss., 8pp.
               Notes, invitations and information relating
               to Catlin's employment at Illinois, 8 items.
     F.6       1968 Michigan
               Part of travel itinerary, ts., 1p.
               Book lists and examination, duplicated ts.,
               13pp.
               Michigan State University  circulars, 8pp.
     F.7       1968 - 1969 Michigan and Fulton
               Itinerary, student appointments and exams,
               8pp. total.
     F.8       1971 Johns Hopkins and Michigan
               Book lists, duplicated ts., 3pp.
     F.9       1972 Johns Hopkins
               Outlines for courses on Contemporary
               Political Science and Atlantic Unity,
               Ms., ts. and carbon ts., 10pp.
     F.10      1974 Hartwick
               Teaching notes for course on History of
               Political Philosophy,
               Ms., 35pp.
     F.11      1975 Yale
               2 folders containing duplicated and ts.
               material:
               i) "Sir George Catlin Visit to Yale
               University, October 23, 1975",
               itinerary and pamphlet, 8pp. total.
               ii) "Great Britain and Yale University",
               duplicated ts., 26pp.
     F.12      1976 - 1977 International College
               [Course] work of G.E.G.C.'s graduate student
               Cynthia Hearn,
               duplicated ts., some pages annotated by
               G.E.G.C., 89pp.
     F.13      [Undated]
               Reading lists, ts., 6pp.
     
     
     Lecture Tours and Conferences
     Arranged chronologically.
     
     Note: Any formal lectures or addresses originally
     located with the material which follows has been
     removed and relocated in the Lectures and Addresses
     section. What remains is, for the most part, material
     which Catlin collected during the course of a tour or
     while attending a conference.
     
     
     Box 82    1920s - 1940s
     
     F.1       1926
               Social Science Research Council
               Hanover, 31 August 1926.
               Report of the Committee on Problems and
               Policy,
               duplicated ts., 39pp.
               G.E.G.C.'s notes, ms., 2pp.
     F.2       [1935]
               Russian Visit
               Handwritten notes on various scraps of paper,
               43 leaves.
               Brief letter from British Embassy in Rome
               folded with notes on Russia, 3pp.
               Intourist list of sightseeing tours in
               U.S.S.R, duplicated ts., 5pp.
               Russian photograph/postcard, uninscribed, 
               1 item.
     F.3       1945
               United Nations Conference
               San Francisco,
               Verses, menus, cuttings, copies of telegrams,
               lists and handwritten notes,
               28 leaves total.
               2 issues of Cavalcade, 7 April 1945.
     F.4       1947
               China and India
               Lists and  addresses only, 26pp.
               Cuttings relating to Catlin's visit,
               4 leaves.
     F.5       1948
               Germany
               Permits, itineraries, addresses,
               14 items.
               Handwritten notes, 35pp.
               Typed travel proposal, 1p.
               Duplicated ts. bulletin, Religious Affairs
               Monthly Report, April 1948, 4pp.
     F.6       1948
               European Federal Union Conference
               Rome, 7 - 11 November 1948.
               Resolutions, presentations, duplicated tss.,
               some with G.E.G.C.'s annotations or
               revisions, 24 items.
               Handwritten note and address, 1 leaf.
               5 Italian newspapers.
               Travel document, London to Rome, 1948.
               Photograph [of delegates at the conference].
     F.7       1948
               European Federal Union Conference
               [same as F.6 above]
               Printed binder containing material related to
               the conference:
               postcards, guidebooks and published papers,
               15 items.
     F.8       1948
               Netherlands
               [Nouvelles Equipes Internationales Conference
               at Luxembourg?]
               Printed  [invitation?] in Dutch,
               14 September 1948, 1 item.
     F.9       [1940s?]
               America
               Names and addresses on cards, envelopes and
               small and large sheets,
               11 items and folder.
     
     
     Box 83    Lecture Tours and Conferences, 1952 - 1957
     
     F.1       1952
               Australia
               "Continuity for 'Guest of Honour' - 20 April
               1952"
               Ts., 1p.
               Annotated carbon ts., 1p. & 3 duplicates.
               Biographical sheet, duplicated ts., 1p., 3
               copies.
               Comment on One Anglo-American Nation and
               biography, duplicated ts., 4pp.
               Reuter's piece: "West Must Foster Asiatic
               Nationalism", duplicated ts., 4pp.
               Issue of World Government News featuring
               G.E.G.C., vol. 4 no. 13, March 1952.
               Promotional leaflets for Australia visit, 
               7 items.
               Cuttings from Australian newspapers by/about
               G.E.G.C., 11 leaves (some duplicates).
               See also Articles and Lectures sections under
               Australia.
     F.2       1952
               Australia/ Indonesia
               Printed invitations to an Australian
               reception in honour of G.E.G.C,
               3 items.
               Map of Australia.
               4 pamphlets relating to Indonesia.
               Promotional pamphlet for a book (not by
               G.E.G.C.).
     F.3       1952
               Australia/Asia/India
               Mostly handwritten notes with some duplicated
               and printed material, includes partial
               itinerary of Indian visit,
               27 items.
     F.4       [1953?]
               Madrid
               Biographies of dinner participants [in
               Spanish], ts., 3pp.
               Paper by Charles Ollero [in Spanish], with
               covering letter to G.E.G.C., 
               TLs, 20 September 1955, 1p.
     F.5       1953
               California
               Itinerary, promotional [by Howard Huggins]
               and biographical material, handwritten notes,
               cuttings and typed extract of a Walter
               Winchell radio broadcast,
               41 items.
     F.6       [1953?]
               American addresses, letters of introduction,
               receipts and notes, 6 items.
               Promotional leaflets for a series of
               lectures: "A New Appraisal of Democracy",
               13, 20, 23 March [no year], 
               16 leaflets.
     F.7       1955 - 1956
               Winnipeg, Colarado, Macalester College and
               Hameline University
               Lecture notes, promotional material,
               programmes, pamphlets and cuttings, 
               43 items.
     F.8       1956
               European - Atlantic Group Delegation to
               Luxembourg
               Duplicated copies of programme, list of
               participants and invitation,
               5 items.
               G.E.G.C.'s notes, ms., 9pp.
               And pamphlet.
     
     
     Box 84    Lecture Tours and Conferences, 1959 - 1964
     
     F.1       1959
               United Kingdom National Committee for the
               Atlantic Congress
               London, 4 - 10 June 1959.
               Agenda and programme, 2 items.
               Notes, ms., 1p.
     F.2       1959
               Meeting of the Fellows Conference on Science,
               Philosophy and Religion
               [no conference location given]
               Comments by G.E.G.C. on paper "Principles and
               the Situation" by J.C. Bennett,
               duplicated ts., 6pp., 13 copies.
     F.3       1959
               Industrial Society
               Basle, 20 - 26 September 1959.
               World Parliament Association, Berne, 
               24 -29 September 1959.
               Agenda, position papers, G.E.G.C.'s notes,
               cuttings and brochures,
               59 items.
     F.4       1959
               Nato Parliamentarians' Conference
               Washington, 16 - 20 November 1959.
               Newsletter, agenda, list of delegates,
               resolutions, brochures,
               20 items.
     F.5       [1960s?]
               2 travel memos, one dated 1 May 1965,
               one undated,
               Carbon ts., 3pp. total.
     F.6       1960
               International Seminar of the University of
               Freiburg, 21 -26 April 1960.
               Programmes, lists of participants, papers,
               reports and G.E.G.C.'s notes,
               46 items.
     F.7       1960
               National Conference on Education
               Durban, South Africa, 9 -20 July 1960.
               Programmes and schedules, 5 items.
               G.E.G.C.'s notes and invitations, 16 items.
               Copy of U. of Natal speech, 
               carbon ts., 3pp.(also included in Lectures
               series as "Educations for What?),
               and brief notes for two othjer speeches, 2pp.
               Biography and publicity re. G.E.G.C., 3pp.,
               And another copy.
     F.8       1960
               [Continuation of F.7 above]
               Newspaper cuttings, most re. G.E.G.C.'s
               visit, 38 items [many duplicates].
               Pamphlets and brochures, including one by
               Shirley Williams on Central Africa,
               10 items.
     F.9       1963
               India
               Itineraries [one annotated by Vera],
               addresses and souvenir menu,
               15 items.
     F.10      1964
               American Tour
               "Report on American Tour, February 4 - 
               March 24  1964".
               Ms., 23 March 1964, 7pp., with drafts of
               letter to Patrick Gordon Walker, Harold
               Wilson, Earl Attlee and Denis Healey, 2pp.
               Carbon ts. of the report, 8pp.
               Cutting and annotated file folder [Feb.25
               date written here is an error for March 25].
     
     
     Box 85    Lecture Tours and Conferences, 
               1965  - [1977?]
     
     F.1       1965
               U.S.A.
               Announcement of lecture at Valparaiso
               University, Indiana, October 11 1965,
               1 item.
               Announcement of lecture at Gonzaga
               University, October 28 [1965], 1 item.
               Newspaper and cuttings, 
               9 items.
     F.2       1968
               Italy
               Itinerary and post card, 3 items.
               Also another itinerary [undated] regarding a
               France/North Africa trip for Vera.
     F.3       1968
               University Seminar on the Feasibility
               of an Industrial Free Trade Area Embracing
               Canada, Great Britain and the United States,
               New York University, 17 - 18 February 1968.
     F.4       1969
               Georgetown, U.S.A.,
               October 1969.
               Telegramme, biography and letter regarding
               this tour, 
               3 items.
     F.5       1971
               International Conference on Bangla Desh,
               New Delhi, 18 -20 September 1971.
               Catlin's binder which formerly held his
               conference materials.[contents follow].
     F.6       1971
               [continuation of F.5 above]
               Invitation, resolutions, notepad, magazine,
               brochures, cuttings,
               10 items.
     F.7       1971
               [continuation of F.5 and F.6]
               List of participants, messages, programme,
               papers presented,
               20 items.
     F.8       1973
               Congress of Europe,
               11 - 13 May 1973.
               Lists of participants, agenda, papers,
               10 items.
               And G.E.G.C.'s notes, ms., 1p.
     F.9       [1977?]
               U.S.A.
               Itinerary sent by Cynthia Hearn,
               Duplicated ts., with annotations, 2pp.

     Personal and Family Related Material 
Box 86 
F.1 	Address Card, Move to Cheyne Walk, 1 item. 
F.2 	Application for Chichele Chair, Draft, undated, incomplete, Carbon ts., 1 p. 
F.3 	Birthday Announcements, Cuttings from The Times, 29 July 1976 (2), 29 July 1978 (1). 
F.4 	Christmas Card Lists, Annotated carbon ts., 18 pp. 
F.5 	Delinda Catlin, Announcement of G.E.G.C.'s remarriage, April 1971, in George's hand, 1 p. 
F.6 	Family - Genealogical, Photocopied pages relating to family history, 4pp. 
F.7 	Family Funeral programme of G.E.G.C.'s father (2 copies), and booklet on a Llandudno 
Church served by G.E.G.C.'s father. 
F.8 	Financial Invoices for books, royalty statements, banker's letters, receipts, 115 items. 
F.9 	Financial Invoices and receipts, 12 items, and (unused) pocket diary for 1950. 
F.10 	Financial Invoices relating to G.E.G.C's father (1920s), Ssatements of financial position (G. & V.), 1930/1931, Contract, 1940. 
F.11 	Financial Cheque stubs, invoices and receipts, 1930s, 23 items. 
F.12 	Historical Account of 2, Cheyne Walk, Ts., pp., Duplicate carbon ts., 2pp. & envelope. 
F.13 	Horoscope An account of G.E.G.C.'s horoscope by Isabelle Pagan, Ts., 4pp. & accompanying chart, 1p. 
F.14 	John Brittain-Catlin Series of letters by G.E.G.C. to his son, ms., 1931, 52pp
These letters are polished literary essays and present Catlin's opinions on life, love and morality. 
F.15 	John Brittain-Catlin Autobiography [1944/5], Ts., 44pp. 
F.16	John Brittain-Catlin Reports from Harrow School, 1945, 8 items and envelope. 
F.17 	John Brittain-Catlin Bank Guarantee for Ash Hall Company, 
1960. Also financial agreement between G.E.G.C. and his son, 1970, Carbon ts., 5pp. 
F.18	Membership cards 1920s - 1930s, 29 items. 
F.19 	Passports 1930s-1950s, 4 items and 5 passport photographs. 
F.20 	Photographs 2 of bust of G.E.G.C. 
F.21 	Photographs of G.E.G.C. 4 from 1940s, 1 [from 1960s?] 1 [from 1970s?] and 1 silhouette, 7 items total. 
F.22 	Photographs not of G.E.G.C. 
1 of V. Brittain [damaged] 
1 of Winnifred Holtby, [Mrs. Holtby?] and Vera in a garden [1930s?]
2 of London buildings
1 of Gandhi and Tagore, 1 of Tibetans, 1 of unidentified woman, 7 items total. 
F.23 	Stationery blank letterhead and blank postcards, 29 items. 
F.24 	Vera Brittain Front page article on her and photograph, John O'London's Weekly, April 30 1954, 2 copies. 
F.25 	Vera Brittain Invitation to wedding of Vera and George, 1925. 
Invitation to Silver Wedding Celebration, 1950. 
List of addresses of newspapers prepared by Vera for George, in V.B.'s hand, 2pp. Outline by V.B. [of projected book],
"A Postscript to Testaments of Youth, Friendship and Experience, in V.B.'s hand, 1p. 
F.26 	Vera Brittain Announcement of memorial service, June 1970, 1 item,Acknowledgment of sympathy in bereavement
, April 1970, 3 copies. Published tributes to V.B. by Pat Garrod, Elizabeth Harvey and Phyllis Bentley in The Woman Journalist,
summer 1970. Advertisement re V.B.'s care, carbon ts., 1p. 
Nursing account re. V.B., carbon ts., 1p. Report on V.B.'s estate, 1963. Agenda for meeting of V.B.'s executors, ts., 1p.
Obituary for Vera by George, 30 March 1970, Ms., 3pp. 
F.27 	Who's Who Entries Photocopies of entries for V.B., Bernard Williams & Shirley Williams, 5pp. 

Biographical Material Relating to G.E.G. Catlin 
This material has been arranged in date order with dates assigned according to the latest entry in the biography.
All biographies appear to have been prepared by G.E.G.C.

Box 87 
F.1 	[1925] Annotated carbon ts., 1p. 
F.2 	[1927] Ms., 1p. 
F.3 	[Late 1930s] Ms., 2pp. Carbon ts., 2pp. and duplicate, 2pp. 
F.4 	1939 Carbon ts., incomplete, 5pp. 
F.5 	[c.1940] Printed Who's Who entry, 1p. 
F.6 	[1940] Carbon ts.,  1p. 
F.7 	[1940s] Various versions, Ms., ts., carbon ts. and duplicated ts., some duplicates, 27pp. 
F.8 	[c.1941] Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.9 	[1944] Duplicated ts., 4pp., and a duplicate, 4pp., Also a third copy, incomplete, 2pp. 
F.10 	[c.1946] Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.11 	[Late 1940s] Duplicated ts., 1p. And 12 more copies, 12pp. 
F.12 	[Late 1940s] Duplicated ts., 1p. And 19 more copies, 19pp. 
F.13 	[Late 1940s] Carbon ts., 1p. 
F.14 	[Late 1940s] Annotated duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.15 	[Late 1940s] Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.16 	[Late 1940s] Carbon ts., 1p. And 2 more copies, 2pp. 
F.17 	[c.1948] Annotated ts., 1p. 
F.18 	[c.1949] Annotated duplicated ts., 1p. And 33 more copies, 33pp. 
F.19 	[c.1949] Duplicated ts., 1p. And 29 more copies, 29pp. 
F.20 	[c.1949] [Addition to above?] Carbon ts., 1p. & 2 copies, 2pp. 
And 4 other carbon tss. [additions], 4pp., And 1 duplicate, 1p. 
F.21 	[c.1949] Extract from letter, Carbon ts., 1p. And 3 duplicates, 3pp. 
F.22 	1949 Extract from Who's Who, Carbon ts., 2pp. 
F.23 	[1950s?] Carbon ts., 1p. And 2 duplicates, 2pp. 
F.24 	[c.1950] Carbon ts., 2pp. And 3 duplicates, 6pp. 
F.25 	[c.1950] Duplicated ts., 1p. And another copy, 1p. 
F.26 	[1952] Annotated ts., 2pp. 
F.27 	1952 Annotated carbon ts:, 1p. And another copy, 1p. Duplicated ts., 3pp. Ms. notes, 1p. 
F.28 	[c.1953] Duplicated ts., 1p. And another copy, 1p. 
F.29 	[1953] Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.30 	[1953] Carbon ts., 2pp. And 4 duplicates, 8pp. 
F.31 	[c.1959] Duplicated ts., 1p. And 2 more copies, 2pp. 
F.32 	[1960s?] Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.33 	[1960s?] Ts., 1p. 
F.34 	1960, December 2 Autobiographical memo, Ms., 5pp. 
Variant pages [another draft?], 4pp. & 3pp. 
F.35 	[c.1960] Ts., 1p. 2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp. 
F.36 	[c.1960] Carbon ts., 1p. And 4 duplicates. F.37 1961 Ts., 1p. 
F.38 	[c.1961]For American Political Science Association, Annotated carbon ts., 1p. 
F.39	[1963] Duplicated ts., 2pp. 
F.40 	[1965] Annotated carbon ts., 2pp. 
F.41 	1965, December 23 For Who's Who in Europe, Annotated ts., 1p. 
F.42 	[1966] Annotated carbon ts., 1p. 
F.43 	[c.1967] Annotated duplicated ts., 1p. And 7 more copies, 6pp. 
F.44 	1967, 25 August Ms. draft, 1p. Duplicate carbon ts., 1p. 
	Annotated duplicated ts., 1p. And a shortened version, duplicated 
	ts., 1p. And another copy, 1p. 
F.45 	[1968] Ms. draft, 1p. Ts., 1p. Duplicate carbon tss., 3pp. 
F.46 	[1973] Circular letter to Sunday Times and others, Duplicated ts., 	1p. 
F.47 	[1974] Annotated ts., 1p. Duplicated carbon ts., 1p. 
F.48 	1975, 22 September "Restatement of Political Science", Ts., 11pp. Duplicate carbon ts., annotated, 11pp
. Another duplicate  carbon ts., 11pp. [Also included in Memorandum section under "Restatement", Box 78, F.30]. 
F.49 	1978 Entry from the International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who, 1978, Clipping, 1p. And accompanying correspondence, 2pp.
And envelope. 

Reviews of G.E.G. Catlin's Works 
These reviews have been arranged alphabetically under the title of the book being discussed. 
Dates are given only where they are available from internal evidence. The researcher is also directed to examine the cuttings boxes 
which follow where material is arranged under the year of publication.

Box 88 
F.1 	The Anglo-Saxon Tradition, 9 cuttings, 1939. 
F.2 	Anglo-Saxony and its Tradition, [American edition of F.1 above], 15 cuttings, 1939 - 1940. 
F.3 	Authority, Nomos 1, Edited by C.J. Friedrich [Contains an essay by G.E.G.C.], 1 review, photocopy, 3pp., 1959. 
F.4 	For God's Sake Go, 14 cuttings, 1972. 
F.5 	"For Whom the Bell Tolls", [Title of an article in The Fortnightly by G.E.G.C.], 1 cutting, 1941. 
F.6 	A History of the Political Philosophers, [See also The Story of the Political Philosophers], 1 cutting, 1951. 
F.7 	A History of the Political Philosophers, 1 review, duplicated ts., 2pp. And 2 copies, 4pp. 
F.8 	In the Path of Mahatma Gandhi, 1 review, complete issue of periodical, 1948. 
F.9 	On Political Goals, 1 review, 3 offprints, 1958. 
F.10 	One Anglo-American Nation, 15 cuttings, 1941. 
F.11 	Political and Sociological Theory and Its Applications, 1 cutting and other references to Catlin, 4pp. 
F.12 	Preface to Action, 1 cutting, 1924. 
F.13 	The Story of the Political Philosophers. [See also The History of the Political Philosophers], 9 cuttings, 1939 - 1940. 
F.14 	The Story of the Political Philosophers, 16 cuttings and 2 envelopes, 1939 -1940. 
F.15 	Systematic Politics, 1 review (by A.Z.R.), Carbon ts., 1p., and 2 copies, 1963. 
F.16 	Systematic Politics,  (& G.E.G.C's other writings), (by Peter Badura), 
Duplicated ts., 29pp., 1963. 
F.17 	Systematic Politics, (by Samuel Brittan), 1 cutting. 
F.18 	Systematic Politics, (by W.D. Burnham), Offprint, 9pp., 1964. 
F.19 	Systematic Politics, (by Gilbert McAllister), Annotated carbon ts., 4pp. And covering letter, TL (car.), lp., 1963. 
F.20 	Systematic Politics, (by K.R. Popper), Annotated carbon ts., 2pp., 1962. 
F.21 	Systematic Politics, (by H.W. Stoke), Duplicated ts., 1p., And another copy, 1p. 1963.
F.22 	Systematic Politics, (by F.D. Wormuth), Annotated carbon ts., 4pp. [1962?]. 
F.23 	Systematic Politics, (by Colin Wilson), 1 cutting and 3 photocopies, 3pp. 1963. 
F.24 	Systematic Politics , (by S.C. Seth), Duplicated ts., 5pp. 
F.25 	Systematic Politics, Carbon ts., 4pp. 
F.26 	What Does the West Want? Duplicated ts., 4pp. [1957 - 1958]. 
F.27 	Appraisal of Catlin's work, (by F.D. Wormuth), Western Political Quarterly, vol. XIV, no.3, September 19 
F.28 	Summaries of articles about G.E.G.C. Carbon ts., some duplicates, 12pp., 1961 - 1963.
F.29 	"List of Reviews of Books by Professor George Catlin", Carbon ts., 5pp. and duplicate, 5pp. [1940s?). 

Promotion and Publicity Material 
Pertaining to Catlin's published books. 
This material has been arranged alphabetically under the title of the book to which the publicity relates. 
General promotional material has been placed at the endof the alphabetical series. See also the cuttings boxes below where material 
has been arranged by year of publication.
 
Box 89 	Publicity, A - R 
F.1 	America to Judgment, Promotional outline, ts., 1p. 2 duplicate carbon tss., 2pp. 
F.2 	The Anglo-Saxon Tradition; 1 promotional poster and duplicate. 
F.3 	Anglo-Saxony and its Tradition, Part [back cover?] of another book promoting this one, 1 item. 
F.4 	[The Atlantic Community?], Jacket publicity, ts., 1p., And duplicate carbon ts., 1p. 
F.5 	The Atlantic Community, 1 promotional leaflet and duplicate. 
F.6 	For God's Sake Go, Promotional leaflet and 4 duplicates. 
F.7 	For God's Sake Go, Various publicity leaflets, 4 items. List for early copies, carbon ts., lp. Autobiographical promotion,
ms., lp., And duplicate carbon ts., 2pp. 
Comments on the book by G.E.G.C., incomplete, Carbon ts., 2pp., And 2 duplicates of 2nd. page, 2pp. 
F.8 	The Grandeur of England and the Atlantic Community, Draft for front cover flap, Ms., lp. and duplicate annotated ts.,
lp. Lists of those to whom copies should be sent, Annotated carbon ts., 6pp. Announcement of the new hardcover edition, 
Printed press release & 44 duplicates. 
F.9	The Grandeur of England, Promotional material by G.E.G.C., Ms., 6pp. 
Publicity, duplicated ts. and carbon ts., 9pp. 
Printed publicity, 1p. & 9 duplicates. 
F.10 	The History of the Political Philosophers, Carbon ts., 1p. 
F.11	In the Path of Mahatma Gandhi, Promotion [review?], ts., 3pp. 
F.12	In the Path of Mahatma Gandhi,  Promotional leaflet and 4 duplicates. 
F.13 	Kissinger's Atlantic Charter, Promotional leaflet, 1 item. Also photocopy of dust jacket. 
F.14 	One Anglo-American Nation, "Publisher's Notice", duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.15 	One Anglo-American Nation, Duplicated ts., publicity, 3pp. And 6 duplicates. 
F.16 	One Anglo-American Nation, Promotional leaflet and 21 duplicates. 
F.17 	One Anglo-American Nation, Jacket promotional material, 1 item. 
F.18 	One Anglo-American Nation, Comment on the book by H.B. King, Duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.19 	Political and Social Theory and its Applications, Draft dust jacket material, Carbon ts., 1p. & 2 duplicates. 
Also promotional page headed "Politics", Ms., 2pp., & duplicate carbon ts., 1p. And 4 more copies. 
[Last items might belong to Systematic Politics]. 
F.20 	Political and Social Theory and its Applications, Extracts from reviews, Ms., 1p. 
F.21 	Political Theory, What is it?, Draft of promotional leaflet, Annotated ts., 1p. 
F.22 	Preface to Action, Dust jacket, 1 item. 
F.23 	Preface to Action, Promotional leaflet, 1 item. 
F.24 	Rabindranath Tagore, Promotional leaflet, 1 item.
 
Box 90 	Publicity, S - Z. 
F.1 	The Science and Method of Politics, Advertisement of the Archon Books reprint, 1 item. 
F.2	The Story of the Political Philosophers, Prepublication notice, Printed leaflet, 2pp. 
F.3	The Story of the Political Philosophers, [Jacket?] publicity, Carbon ts., 1p., And 3 duplicates, 3pp. 
F.4 	The Story of the Political Philosophers, Press List - for reviews, Carbon ts., 7pp. 
F.5 	The Story of the Political Philosophers. Small promotional leaflet, 1p. And 12 duplicates. Also envelope postmarked 1948. 
F.6 	The Story of the Political Philosophers. Large, illustrated promotional leaflet, 2pp., And 4 duplicates, 8pp. 
F.7 	The Story of the Political Philosophers, Publicity sheet, printed, lp. And 6 duplicates. 
F.8 	The Stronger Community, Publicity sheet, duplicated ts., lp., and 8 duplicates. 
F.9 	The Stronger Community, Publicity leaflet, duplicated ts., 2pp. and 15 duplicates. 
F.10 	Systematic Politics, [Jacket?] publicity, draft, Annotated carbon ts., 1p. 
F.11 	Systematic Politics, Further [jacket?] publicity draft, Ms., 1p. Duplicate ts., 1p., 
and annotated carbon ts., 1p. Retyped version, ts., 1p., And duplicate carbon ts., lp. 
F.12 	Systematic Politics, Publicity leaflet, Annotated carbon ts. draft, 2pp., And duplicate, 2pp. Annotated duplicated ts., 1p.,
And another copy, 1p. 
Printed version of this leaflet, 2pp., And 2 duplicates, 4pp. 3 photocopies of the leaflet, 3pp. 
[See also Political and Social Theory and its Applications]. 
F.13 	Systematic Politics,  Extracts from 2 reviews, Duplicated ts., 4pp. 
F.14 	Systematic Politics, Publicity note, Carbon ts., 1p. And announcement, Photocopy, 1p. 
F.15	Systematic Politics, Publicity leaflet, 4pp. And duplicate, 4pp. 
F.16 	La Teoria de la Politica, Announcement in Spanish, Carbon ts., 1p. and 2 duplicates. List related to Spanish edition, Ts., 1p. 
F.17	La Teoria de la Politica, Publicity, ms., carbon ts., 2pp. Also leaflet 1p. 
F.18 	What Does the West Want?, Ms. draft, 2pp. & duplicate carbon ts., 2pp. 
F.19 	What Does the West Want?, Printed announcement, 1p. 
F.20 - F.33 	General Promotional Material 
F.20 	Publishers' Advertisements for various books, [1940s?], Ts., 2pp. 
F.21 	Press Comments, Annotated carbon ts., 7pp. 
F.22 	Publicity for W.E.A. Lecture, 1942, Leaflet and 3 duplicates. 
F.23 	Promotional Material for Lecture Tour, [1940s?] , Carbon ts., 1p. 
F.24 	"List of Reviews of Books", [1940s?], Duplicated ts., 3pp. And 40 duplicates. 
F.25	"Summary of Reviews of Books", [c.1955], Duplicated carbon ts., 3pp. And 2 more copies. 
F.26	 "Summary of Reviews of Books", [c.1957], Duplicated carbon ts., 5pp. And another copy, 5pp. 
F.27 	"Summary of Reviews of Books", [c.1960], Duplicated ts., 5pp. And 3 other copies .. 
F.28 	Publicity,1959 - 1960, Duplicated ts., 6pp. 
F.29 	Publicity, [1960s?], Carbon ts., 1p. 
F.30 	Publicity, 1962, Leaflet, 1 item. 
F.31 	Publicity, Promotional piece by Catlin for Frederick Schuman's The Commonwealth of Man, Carbon ts., 1p. 
F.32 	Bibliography, G.E.G.C., 1960, Carbon ts., 1p., And duplicate, 1p. 
F.33 	Review Lists, Various dates, Ms., ts., carbon ts., And duplicated ts., 18pp. 
F.34 	Publicity, Various dates, 9 items. 

Causes 
Boxes 91 - Box 100 
This section of the Catlin archive comprises material relating to groups and societies of which Catlin was a member. 
In many instances he was a prime mover or founder of the group concerned and, where this was the case, 
the files contain minutes of meetings and notes in Catlin's hand. In other groups of which Catlin was merely a member, 
the files include only circulars and announcements. The cause of Atlantic Unity, so dominant in Catlin's written work, 
figures largest in this section also. There are also important early files relating to Catlin's work for the Labour Party 
and his researches into prohibition as well as later materials highlighting his work for the Popular and Universal 
Television Associations. The files have been arranged alphabetically by the name of the group. 
Where the only extant material is a single circular or announcement it has usually not been individually identified 
but has been placed in Box 100. The researcher is also advised to examine the Newspaper Cuttings and Publications Received sections below. 

Box 91 	Causes, Am - At. 
F.1 	American and 	British 	Commonwealth  Association, 1941 - 1945. Ms., ts., and duplicated ts., 20pp. And 8 pamphlets. 
F.2 	American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, 1965. Circular and card. 
F.3 	American Sociological Association, 1967. 1 leaflet and 1 circular. 
F.4 	Anglo-American Collaboration Committee, 1941. 
Minutes and notes, with some correspondence, Ms., ts., and carbon ts., 23pp. 
F.5 	Anglo-American Institute, ca.1941-1943. 
Memos, notes and published material, Ms., carbon ts. and duplicated ts., 29pp. And 4 pamphlets. 
F.6 	Anglo-American  Institute  of Cultural Relations, 1942- 951. Memos and proposals, 
Ts., carbon ts. and duplicated ts., some duplicates, 124pp. And 2 leaflets. 
F.7 	Anglo-American Institute of Cultural  Relations, 1942. 
Confidential circular, 3rd. revision, 9pp., With outline page and 7 duplicates of the circular. 
F.8 	Anglo-American Institute, c.1950-1951. 
Minutes, agenda, memorandum and circulars, Ms., ts., carbon ts., duplicated ts., and clippings, Some duplicates, 74pp. total. 
F.9 	Anglo-Florentine Society, [1960s?]. 3 circulars. 
F.10 	Anglo-German Association, 1956-1973. Citation of G.E.G.C., minutes and circulars, Carbon ts. and duplicated ts., 20pp.
 Also pamphlet and invitation card. 
F.11 	Anglo-Israel Association, 1964-1967. Circulars and invitations, 11 items. 
F.12 	Atlantic Community - Studies Centre, 1959. Agenda only, Carbon ts., 1p.
 
Atlantic Congress - see following box.

F.13 	Atlantic Institute, 1960. 
Prospectus, budget, notes, circulars and newspapers, Ms., carbon ts., and duplicated ts., 23 items. 
F.14 	Atlantic Pact/Atlantic Union Committee, 1949.
Circulars and published material, 11 items and envelope. 

Box 92 	Causes - Atlantic Congress, 1959. 
[This conference was held in London, 5-10 June 1959. Catlin was a member of the Canadian delegation.] 
F.1 	Circulars, memoranda and statements,  most relating to the delegation, 17 items. 
Also 1 TLs.(from A.J.R. Smith, April 9 1959), 1p. 
F.2 	G.E.G.C.'s paper and notes, 5 copies of paper, 21pp. total. 
F.3 	Copies of speeches and proposals, Some material relating to the Canadian Delegation, Duplicated ts., some duplicates, 8 items. 
F.4 	Circulars and Reports, Some material relating to the Canadian Delegation, Duplicated ts., some duplicates, 22 items.
Also some ms. notes, 3pp. 
F.5 	Information Bulletins, Circulars, Reports and Recommendations, Some material relating to the Canadian Delegation,
Duplicated ts., 23 items. 
F.6 	Reports and Circulars, Duplicated ts., 24 items.
F.7 	Published Newsletters and Information Folder,  4 Newsletters . The folder contains circulars, copies of correspondence,
papers and clippings, 14 items total.
 
Box 93 	Atlantic Congress, 1959. 
This box contains the original brown concertina folder of material supplied to Catlin as a member of the Canadian delegation. 
Its contents are sorted into Congress committees and sub committees. There is some duplication of the material in Box 92. 

Box 94 	Causes, Atlantic Trade - Czechs. 
F.1 	Atlantic Trade, [1969]. Memorandum, carbon ts., 1p. 
F.2 	Atlantic Treaty Association, 1960. Declaration, printed, 2 copies. 
F.3 	Atlantic Union, 1946-1951. 
Minutes of a meeting of the Atlantic Democratic Union Provisional Committee,  22 November 1949, Carbon ts., 2pp. 
List of names, ms., 1p. 
Copy of TL from "Van" to Arthur Greenwood, 18 July 1946, 1p. 
Copy of TL from G.E.G.C.[to The Times], 3 April 1949, 2pp. 
Copy of resolution reo The Atlantic Pact, Undated, 1p. 
Heading [only] for a list of members of the Atlantic Union Provisional Committee, Carbon ts., 1p. 
And 2 published magazines, also clippings and duplicated material, 52 items. 
F.4 	Atlantic Union [Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom], 1965. 
Notes on the first meeting of the A.C.U.K., [1965], ms., 2pp. 
Second meeting, draft agenda, 14 April 1965, Ts., 1p. and carbon ts., 1p. & duplicate. Notes headed "Atlant. C. Assn. III". 
"3rd. meeting", dated 12 July 1965, ms., 2pp. 
Other ms. notes including one page headed "2nd. meeting Atl. Com. Assocn. 27 April 1965", ms., 4pp. 
Statement of Policy, undated, ms., ts., and 4 copies. 
TLs from Michael Stewart, Foreign Office, re. A.C.U.K., March 1 1965, 1p. & envelope. Also published and duplicated material
including some from the British Atlantic Committee and European Atlantic Group, 9 items. 
F.5 	Atlantic Union (U.K.), 1973 - 1975, Ms. notes, 7pp. 
Minutes of first meeting [incomplete?], March 9 1973, carbon ts., 1p. 
Agenda of second meeting, to take place March 9 1973, carbon ts., 1p. 
Atlantic Union Council of the U.K., Draft Statement of Aims, 8 June 1973, annotated ts., 1p. 
Duplicated material and cuttings, 8 items. 
F.6 	Atlantic Union Bulletin - Together
Vol. I, no.2, September 1974. 
Vol. III, no.1, Winter 1976 (2 copies). 
Also duplicate of first meeting minutes in F.5 above. 
F.7 	Atlantic Unity Club, 1973-1976,
Copies of first and second meeting minutes in F.5 above and duplicates, 6pp. 
Announcement of first meeting, dated  26 February 1973, photocopies, 3pp. 
Copy of letter re: Atlantic Union from Richard Nixon, 10 March 1973, 1p. 
Copy of letter from G.E.G.C's secretary to Cass Billson, 11 March 1976, carbon ts., 1p. Draft circular, 
15 March 1976, annotated ts., 1p. and carbon ts. copy, 1p. 
Copy of revised version, 1p. 
Announcement of meeting dated 15 March 1976, carbon ts., 1p. 
Same announcement dated 18 March 1976, ts., 1p. 
Announcement of "Formal meeting to constitute Atlantic Unity Club", dated 25 March 1976, Duplicated ts., 2 copies. 
Lists of Notification, ts., carbon ts., 4pp. Drafts of council members' names for letterhead, 4pp. 
Minutes of meeting of 13 April 1976, Carbon ts., 2pp. and ms. corrections, 1p. And 2 copies. 
Retyped minutes, carbon ts., 1p. Announcement of second meeting to be held May 10, carbon ts., 1p. 
Further drafts for letterhead, 5pp. 
Newspaper cutting re: Henry Kissinger, 1p. Announcement of speaker, undated carbon ts., 1p. 
Undated circular headed "Atlantic Unity Movement (U.K.)", duplicated ts., 2pp. & 2 copies. 
Letter from Cass Billson, secretary, to G.E.G.C., resigning from Atlantic Unity Club, Carbon ts., 12 May 1976, 1p. 
Related ms. notes in folder marked "Atlantic Community", 47pp. 
Related ts. material, 7pp. 
F.8 	Atlantic Unity Club 
Copies of some of the announcements in F.7 above, some annotated, 7pp. 
Also [press?] announcement of the first (April 13) meeting, ms., 2pp. 
F.9 	Atlantische Commissie, Circular, undated, 1p. 
F.10 	Basil Marsden-Smedley Memorial Appeal, 1965, Circular, 1p. 
Circular letter, 15 March 1965, 1p. 
Beveridge Committee - See Prohibition, Box 98, F.1 below. 
F.11 	Britain - India Forum, 1968, 2 circulars, 2pp. 
F.12 	British American Council for World Government Organization 
Annotated circular, 4pp. 
F.13 	British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1943-1965 
Reprint of Committee report, 1 item. 2 circulars, 1964 & 1965. 
F.14 	British Atlantic Committee, 1957- 967, 
Agendas, minutes, circulars and published material, 17 items. 
Also a memorandum By G.E.G.C., 20 March 1965, Carbon ts., 2pp. and 2 copies. 
F.15 	British Council of the European Movement, 1967, 2 circulars. 
F.16 	British Pugwash Group, 1967, 1 circular. 
F.17 	British Sociological Association, 1953- 967, 4 circulars, and list of members, February 1956. 
F.18	Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1965, 1 leaflet. 
F.19 	Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1967-1968, 4 circulars and invitation. 
F.20 	Chatham Statue, 1970, Draft inscriptions, ms., 1p. 
Duplicate ts., 1p., & 2 copies. Another [later] draft, ms., 1p. Duplicate ts., 1p. and carbon ts., 1p. 
F.21 	Christian Action, 1946-1967 
1 circular, 1946 
2 circulars, 1947 
6 items (minutes, agenda and circulars), 1960 - 1961 
1 circular, 1963 
1 circular, 1965 
6 circulars, 1967.
F.22 	Christian Democratic Union, 1953, 1 circular. 
F.23 	Committee for the Advancement of Education and of the Status of the Teaching Profession, 1961-1962 
Agenda, minutes, memoranda, some correspondence, 19 items. 
F.24 	Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, ca. 1942, 4 reports, duplicated ts. 
F.25 	Commission for Study and Lecture, 2 invitations, undated. 
F.26 	Commonwealth Academy, [1960s?],List of sponsors, duplicated ts., 1p.
F.27 	Conference on International Conflict, [Undated], Programme, duplicated ts., 1p. 
F.28 	Cromwell Association, 1 circular. 
Crusade for World Government - see World Government below. 
F.29 	Czechs, 1936 - 1938 
Material relating to invasion, Ms. notes, 4pp. 
2 cuttings and envelope.
                  
     
     
     Box 95    Causes, Defence - International
     
     
     F.1       Defence and Aid Fund,
               1967.
               4 circulars.
     F.2       Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War,
               [1969?].
               1 circular.
     F.3       English Speaking Union,
               1951, 1968 and 1973.
               G.E.G.C.'s Report on Education, dated
               6 August 1951.
               Carbon ts., 2pp. & 4 duplicates.
               Guest List, carbon ts., 4pp.
               Also 1 circular, 1973.
     F.4       European Atlantic Group,
               [Undated].
               G.E.G.C.'s seconding of a motion,
               Ms., 1p. and duplicate carbon ts., 1p.
     F.5       European Atlantic Group,
               c.1967 - 1974.
               Lists, circulars and invitations,
               Some duplicates,
               16 items.
     F.6       Fabian Society,
               1935.
               52nd. annual report,
               Proof copy of published version.
               Also circular announcing meeting,
               10 December 1945.
               Federal Union for World Peace 
               - see Box 125, F.5 below.
     F.7       Federal Union Research Institute -
               American Committee,
               1940.
               Minutes of meeting, 3 September 1940,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.8       Federal Union Research Institute -
               Psychologists' Committee,
               1940.
               Minutes of meeting, 8 August 1940,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
     F.9       Federal Union Research Institute,
               1939 - 1940.
               First Annual Report,
               In blue binder,
               95 leaves.
     F.10      Federal Union Research Institute,
               1941.
               Ms. notes, 2pp.
               Correspondence, 8 items.
               Also agendae, minutes, circulars and
               published material,
               39 items.
     F.11      Federal Union,
               1944.
               Printed minutes of Annual General Meeting.
     F.12      Fellowship of Reconciliation,
               1944 - 1966.
               Circular material,
               4 items.
     F.13      Friends of Atlantic Union,
               c.1952.
               Circulars, 
               3 items.
     F.14      Goethe Bicentennial,
               1949.
               Brochure.
     F.15      H.G. Wells Society,
               1965.
               1 circular.
     F.16      The Hundred Thousand,
               1939.
               Minutes of 5th. meeting, March 17 1939,
               Circular, 1p.
               Agenda for 6th. meeting, March 24 1939,
               Circular, 1p.
               Press release dated 29 March 1939,
               Circular, 1p.
     F.17      Imports Board,
               1929 - 1930.
               Catlin's notes, research findings and
               newsclippings,
               Ms., ts., carbon ts., 29pp.
               8 clippings, 2 published items.
     F.18      Institute for Strategic Studies,
               1967 - 1968.
               Circulars and  conference material,
               13 items.
     F.19      International Cultural Exchange,
               1963 - 1967.
               Circulars, 
               5 items.
     F.20      International Institute of Arts and Letters,
               1964.
               1 circular.
     F.21      International Labour Office,
               1928.
               Speakers' Notes, Series for 1928, No.4,
               April,
               Duplicated ts., 13pp.
     F.22      International P.E.N. English Centre,
               1967.
               Circulars, 7 items.
     F.23      International Sociological Association,
               1959.
               1 circular.
     
     
     Box 96    Causes, Joint Advisory - Nurnberg Military.
     
     F.1       Joint Advisory Council for Reconstruction,
               [Undated].
               1 circular.
     F.2       Labour Candidates, Society of
               1944.
               1 circular.
     F.3       Labour Party - Nomination
               1944 - 1945.
               Notes, biographies, circulars, resolutions,
               All related to Catlin's unsuccessful attempt
               to win a seat for Labour in parliament,
               Some duplicates,
               33 items.
     F.4       Labour Party,
               [Undated].
               Comment on the resolution passed at Llndudno,
               [Not by Catlin?],
               Ts., 3pp.
     F.5       Labour Party,
               1940 - 1942.
               2 pamphlets.
     F.6       Labour Party,
               1950 - 1951.
               Pamphlets and circulars,
               27 items.
     F.7       Labour Party,
               1950 - 1951.
               Newspapers, magazines and leaflets,
               11 items.
     F.8       Labour Party,
               1964 - 1974.
               3 circulars and membership card.
     F.9       Labour Party - Newspaper proposal,
               1965.
               Carbon ts., 4pp.
               Liberal and Radical Candidates Association
               - see Prohibition below.
     F.10      Mass Observation,
               1939.
               Directive and bulletin, March 1939,
               2 circular items.
               National Broadcasting Development Committee
               - see Popular Television Association below.
               National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief
               - see Spanish Relief
     F.11      National Peace Council,
               1944.
               3 circulars.
     F.12      North Atlantic Community Conference,
               1957.
               Agenda and proposed discussion topics,
               Duplicated ts., 2 items and envelope.
     F.13      North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
               1957 & 1965.
               3 circulars.
     F.14      Nouvelles Equipes Internationales,
               1948.
               Draft statement of purpose,
               Ms., 2pp.
               Duplicate ts., 3pp.
               Retyped version of above, ts., 3pp. &
               2 carbon duplicates.
               Constitution of the N.E.I., British Section,
               Ms., 2pp.
               Duplicate carbon ts., 3pp., & another copy,
               3pp.
               Minutes of organizing committee meeting, held
               April 8 [1948], carbon ts., 3pp.
               Minutes of meeting held May 13 [1948], 
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
               Circulars and resolutions, carbon ts. and
               duplicated ts., some multiple copies,
               16 items.
     F.15      Nurnberg Military Tribunal,
               1945 - 1946.
               Ms. notes, 5pp.
               Duplicated, annotated ts. version,
               Dated 1 August 1946, 5pp. 
               And carbon ts. copy.
               5 printed/duplicated items relating to the
               trials.
     
     
     Box 97    Causes, Pacifist Service - Progressive League
     
     F.1       Pacifist Service Bureau,
               1939.
               1 circular.
     F.2       Peace Movements,
               1936 - 1937.
               Cuttings, leaflet and poster,
               8 items.
     F.3       Peace Research,
               1963.
               2 circulars.
     F.4       People and Freedom Group,
               1952.
               XVth. Annual Report, 1951 - 1952,
               Circular, 2pp.
               See also People and Freedom Newsheet:
               A bound volume containing issues of this
               publication from no.1 to no.42, Easter 1938
                -December 1942, has been catalogued as a
               serial.
     F.5       Philosophical Society of England,
               1967 - 1968.
               3  circulars.
     F.6       Pilgrims,
               1944 - 1973.
               [Catlin was a member of this group for many
               years and a large number of circulars and
               invitations may be found in the invitations
               boxes below, 101 - 103.
     F.7       Political Studies Association of the United
               Kingdom,
               1956 & 1968.
               2 circulars, the earliest with a TLs
               attached.
     F.8       Popular Television Association,
               1959.
               Minutes of a general meeting, 2 June 1959,
               Carbon ts., 2pp.
               Report of above meeting, duplicated ts., 1p.
               Circular and reports dated 4 June 1959.
               Circular dated 18 August 1959 and annotated
               policy document, 14pp.
               Copy of TL from Godfrey Llewellyn, 3pp.
               Circular and agenda, 21 October 1959, 2pp.
               Printed policy statement of the National
               Broadcasting Development Committee, undated,
               1 item.
     F.9       Popular Television Association
               [Becomes National Broadcasting Development
               Committee in April 1961],
               December 1959 - September 1961.
               Agendae, minutes, statements, circulars and
               reports, 
               32 items.
     F.10      [Popular Television Association]
               National Broadcasting Development Committee,
               October 1961 - August 1962.
               Original correspondence, copies of
               correspondence, agendae, minutes, and 
               ms. notes of evidence given before the Royal
               Commission.
               Also statements, position papers, circulars
               and cuttings, some multiple copies,
               76 items.
     F.11      Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Fund,
               1944.
               2 circulars. [Catlin is one of the
               signatories].
     F.12      Progressive League,
               1941 & 1944.
               Bulletin and leaflet,
               2 items.
     
     
     Box 98    Causes, Prohibition - South Place.
     
     F.1       Prohibition,
               c.1927 - 1928.
               [This file consists primarily of research
               material gathered by Catlin in connection
               with his work for the Social Science Research
               Council in the U.S.A.]
               Statistical material, reports relating to the
               drink problem in the United States,
               mostly carbon ts. with some ms. notes,
               267pp.total.
               At the end of the file are minutes of the
               meetings of the Liberal and Radical
               Candidates Association, Temperance Sub-Committee
C.
               Minutes are for meetings on 6 April and 30
               June 1927 and there is material related to
               the Drink Enquiry [Beveridge Committee],
               12pp. total.
     F.2       The Realist,
               1929.
               Advertising pamphlet.
     F.3       Royal Commonwealth Society,
               1967.
               3 circulars.
     F.4       Royal Institute of International Affairs,
               1944.
               1 circular.
     F.5       Royal Society for India, Pakistan and Ceylon,
               1967 - 1968.
               2 circulars.
     F.6       Sir Thomas More Commemorative Statue,
               1965 - 1966.
               Agendae, minutes, correspondence and reports
               from the inauguration of the committee in
               February 1965 to July 1966,
               38 items.
     F.7       Sir Thomas More Commemorative Statue,
               1966 - 1969.
               Continuation of F.6 above,
               30 items.
               Also 6 copies of illustrated appeal booklet.
     F.8       Social Science Research Council Project,
               [Undated].
               Ms. memorandum, 2pp.
               Proposal by Catlin,
               Duplicated ts., 4pp. & 4 copies.
     F.9       Socialist League,
               1932.
               Policy statement by Catlin, small amount of
               correspondence, notes, resolutions,memoranda,
               speeches, conference material, circulars and
               newsletters, with some duplicates,
               37 items.
               See also Society for Socialist Inquiry and
               Propaganda file below.
     F.10      Society for Cultural relations between the
               Peoples of the British Commonwealth and the
               U.S.S.R.,
               1937.
               3 items.
     F.11      Society for Socialist Inquiry and Propaganda,
               1932.
               3 circulars.
     F.12      The Society of Individualists,
               1944.
               3 circulars.
     F.13      The Society of Labour Candidates,
               [1944].
               1 circular.
     F.14      South Place Ethical Society,
               1941 - 1944.
               6 circulars [most with mentions of
               contributions by Catlin].
     
     
     
     Box 99    Causes, Spanish Civil War - Wyndham Place
               Trust.
     
     F.1       Spanish Civil War,
               1937.
               Catlin's report and memorandum, 
               February 10 1937,
               Carbon ts., 3pp.
               Large poster, resolutions, list of numbers of
               refugees, cutting and pamphlet,
               7 items.
     F.2       Spanish Relief, National Joint Commmittee for
               1936 - 1939.
               Petition to M.P.s for cooperation on
               democratic principles,
               Circular, 30 September 1936, 1p.
               Petition for intervention against agression
               in Spain,
               Ts. draft and final version [1936?].
               Published appeal by N.J.C. for Spanish
               Relief, February 1937.
               Minutes of meeting of N.J.C. for Spanish
               Relief, February 1937,
               Carbon ts., 1p.
               Extract from minute, [1937?], ts., 1p.
               Announcement of meeting, Ocober 1937.
               Minutes of meeting, February 22 1939,
               Duplicated ts., 7pp.
     F.3       Union of Christian Democrats of Europe,
               c.1951 - 1960.
               Circulars, offprints and cuttings,
               8 items.
     F.4       United Nations Association,
               1967 - 1968.
               Circulars, 7 items.
     F.5       U.N.E.S.C.O. Reports,
               1950 & 1956.
               Extracts from reports, ts., 2pp.
               And carbon ts. duplicates.
     F.6       United Service Club,
               Membership information,
               1 item.
     F.7       Universal Television Yorkshire,
               1967.
               [An abortive effort to set up a new
               independent television channel].
               Notes, correspondence, proposals, memoranda
               and applications,
               23 items.
     F.8       University of Southampton Society,
               1971 - 1972.
               5 circulars.
     F.9       University of the Air,
               1961.
               Draft address, ms., 2pp.
               And duplicate carbon ts., 1p.
     F.10      Vendata Movement,
               1967.
               1 circular.
     F.11      War on Want,
               1960 & 1967.
               2 circulars.
     F.12      Warwick School, 
               1967.
               1 circular.
     F.13      Wilton Park Conference,
               1965.
               2 circulars.
     F.14      World Academy of Art and Science,
               1965.
               Notes,  agendae, resolutions, papers,
               45 items.
     F.15      World Association of Parliamentarians for
               World Government,
               1958 - 1963.
               4 circulars.
     F.16      World Federalists of Canada,
               1960.
               1 circular.
     F.17      World Government Crusade,
               1947.
               Policy statement,
               Carbon ts., 7pp.
               Circular, 9pp.
               Publicity pamphlet, 6 copies.
     F.18      World Unity,
               1944.
               Annual General Meeting minutes,
               Committee meeting agenda,
               Annual Report and manifesto,
               all printed material.
     F.19      Wyndham Place Trust,
               1967 - 1970.
               3 circulars.
     
     
     Box 100   Causes, Various, mostly 1960s.
     
     This large box of material consists of circulars,
     offprints, pamphlets and invitations issued by a wide
     variety of groups.
     
     
     Box 101   Invitations 1960s & 1970s
     
     
     Box 102-Box 103
     
     These three large boxes of material consist of
     invitations to a variety of events from various groups.
     Many of the  causes listed in the boxes above are
     represented here also but there is no material of a
     personal nature apart from Catlin and V.B.'s "party
     lists" which often gave the dates of their various
     social functions and indicate those who accepted and
     rejected.
     
     
     
     Newspaper Cuttings, 1920s - 1970s.
     
     
     Boxes 104-115.
     
     Researchers are advised that most of this material is
     in very poor physical condition and that it needs to be
     examined with care.
     
     
     Box 104   Cuttings Books #1 and #2,
               1930s and 1940s.
     
     Book #1   Includes reviews of New Trends in Socialism,
               1935 - 1936,
               Letter to the Editor (Manchester Guardian),
               1935.
     
     Folder #1 Also loose cuttings removed from pocket at
     back of cuttings book,
     
               1936 - 1939,
               On various topics by and about Catlin.
     Book #2   Includes reviews of Above All Nations, Story
               of the Political Philosophers,
               Letters to the Editor, Catlin's journalism
               and reviews, cuttings about Catlin, cauttings
               about I.L.P./Labour Party split, 1933.
     
     
     Box 105   Cuttings Books #3 and #4,
               1947 - 1962
     
     Book #3   1947 - 1950s.
               Includes reviews of In the Path of Mahatma
               Gandhi, Above All Nations, Story of the
               Political Philosophers, Science and Method of
               Politics,
               Letters to the Editor,
               Reviews and articles by Catlin,
               Clippings about the Labour party,
               Clippings about Catlin's attempt to win a
               parliamentary seat, 1950.
               Some cuttings relating to Vera and Shirley.
     Book #4   1945 - 1962,
               Includes reviews of Above All Nations  and
               What Does the West Want?
               Letters to the Editor,
               Reviews by Catlin,
               Cuttings about Shirley.
     
     
     Box 106   Cuttings, 1907 & 1920s.
     
     F.1       Cutting on Fabian Society, 1907.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1926.
     F.3       "Index to concertina file"(ms.),
               Alphabetical file containing cuttings,
               mostly 1927.
     
     Box 107   Cuttings, 1920s.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     F.6       Cuttings, 1925 - 1926.
     F.7       Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.8       Cuttings, 1925 - 1926.
     F.9       Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     F.10      Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.11      Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.12      Cuttings, 1926 - 1927.
     F.13      Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     F.14      Cuttings, 1925 - 1927.
     
     
     Box 108   Cuttings, 1928 - 1929, including some
     relating to The Realist.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1928.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1928.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1928.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1928.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1928.
     F.6       Cuttings, 1928 - 1929.
     F.7       Cuttings, 1929.
     F.8       Cuttings, 1929.
     F.9       Cuttings, 1929.
     F.10      Cuttings, 1929.
     F.11      Cuttings, 1929, and The Realist, 1929.
     
     
     Box 109   Cuttings, 1930s - 1940s.
     
     F.1       Index to concertina file, 1930s (ms.).
     F.2       Africa, 1930.
     F.3       Africa, 1930.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1930s.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1932.
     F.6       Cuttings, 1930s.
     F.7       Cuttings, Duchess of Windsor, 1937.
     F.8       Cuttings, 1930s.
     F.9       Cuttings, 1930s.
     F.10      Cuttings, 1930s.
     F.11      Cuttings, George and Vera, 1930s and 1940s.
     F.12      Cuttings, 1940 - 1941.
     F.13      Cuttings, 1941.
     
     
     Box 110   Cuttings, 1940s.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1941,
               [most of these are about Catlin].
     F.6       Cuttings, 1941 - 1942,
               [most of these are by or about Catlin and the
               file includes some reviews and letters to the
               editor].
     F.7       Cuttings, c.1942,
               [most are about Catlin and the file includes
               some reviews of his books].
     F.8       Cuttings, 1940 - 1943,
               [most are about Catlin and the file includes
               some reviews of his books].
     F.9       Cuttings, 1941.
     F.10      Cuttings, 1940s,
               Includes some items by Catlin.
     F.11      Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.12      Cuttings, 1940s.
     F.13      Cuttings, 1946.
     F.14      Cuttings, 1949.
     
     
     Box 111   Cuttings, 1950s.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1950s.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1950s.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1950s.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1951.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1951.
     F.6       Nato cuttings, 1951.
     F.7       Cuttings, 1952 - 1953.
     F.8       Cuttings, 1953.
     F.9       Cuttings, 1958.
     F.10      Cuttings, Canadian, 1959.
     F.11      Cuttings, 1959.
     
     
     Box 112   Cuttings, 1960s.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.5       Cuttings and Newspapers, 1960s.
     F.6       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.7       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.8       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.9       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.10      Cuttings, 1960s.
     
     
     Box 113   Cuttings, 1960s, continued.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1960s,[some reviews of Catlin's
               work are included].
     F.4       Cuttings, 1960s.
     F.5       Cuttings, 1960s, with some ms. notes
               interleaved.
     F.6       Cuttings, 1960s.
     
     
     Box 114   Cuttings, 1960s, 1970s, and undated.
               Also subject files.
     
     F.1       Cuttings, 1961 - 1963.
     F.2       Cuttings, 1962 - 1963.
     F.3       Cuttings, 1960s & 1970s.
     F.4       Cuttings, 1970s.
     F.5       Cuttings, undated.
     F.6       Cuttings, undated.
     F.7       Cuttings, by and about Harold Laski,
               1930s - 1950s.
     F.8       Cuttings, Vera, c.1970.
               2 Envelopes
               Cuttings, 1970s.
     
     
     Box 115   Cuttings, about Catlin's daughter Shirley.
     
     F.1       Press cuttings book,
               17 August - 1 December 1967,
               [captions in Shirley's hand?].
     F.2       Copy of Hansard which includes a speech by
               Shirley, 22 April 1966.
               Also Evening Standard poster with headline
               "Shirley Takes Over", annotated by Catlin
               thus: "Poster outside Charing Cross
               Underground Station, 29 vi '66".
     F.3       Cuttings, Shirley, 1960s.
     F.4       Cuttings, Shirley, 1960s.
     F.5       Cuttings, Shirley, 1960s.
     F.6       Cuttings, Shirley, 1970s.
     F.7       Cuttings, Shirley, 1970s.
     
     
     Box 116-118    Jottings and Notes
     
     These fragments, some of which bear dates, are, for the
     most part, written on small scraps of paper or on the
     backs of envelopes. They range in content from Catlin's
     thoughts on a variety of subjects, to notes taken at
     conferences, to drafts of speeches, to quotations and
     names and addresses.
     
     
     Box 116   Jottings and Notes, 1930s - 1970s.
     
     F.1       Notes, 1930s.
     F.2       Notes, 1930s - 1950s.
     F.3       Notes, 1937 - 1960s.
     F.4       Notes, 1942.
     F.5       Notes, [for a lecture?] [1943].
     F.6       Notes, [1950s?].
     F.7       Notes, [1950s?] [on reading?],
               2 bound notebooks.
     F.8       Notes, 1953.
     F.9       Notes, 1960s.
     F.10      Notes, 1960s.
     F.11      Notes, 1962, 1964 -1965.
     F.12      Notes, 1970s.
     F.13      Party Lists, [undated].
     F.14      Lists of names and other lists [1973?].
     
     
     Box 117   Notes and Jottings, 1960s - 1970s and
               undated.
     
     F.1       Notes, 1960s & 1970s.
     F.2       Notes, mostly 1960s.
     F.3-F.7   Undated notes and jottings.
     
     
     Box 118   Notes and Jottings, 1960s and 1970s.
               This is a large flat box containing material
               which dates from the 1960s and 1970s.
     
     
     Box 119-125   Publications and Other Material Received
               This section of the archive consists of
               material which was received by Catlin and it
               does not include any of his own writings. It
               contains complete issues of periodicals,
               pamphlets, copies of speeches and articles,
               cuttings and also promotional material. It
               has been arranged here according to date of
               publication/composition, with some few
               undated items at the end of the section.
     
     
     Box 119   Publications Received, 1920s - 1930s.
     
     F.1       Publications Received, 
               1920s,
               3 items.
     F.2       Publications Received, 
               1920s,
               [re. British Institute of Social Service],
               2 items.
     F.3       Publications Received, 
               1930s,
               [all re. Mosley and Fascism],
               7 items.
     F.4       Memorandum, 
               1930s, 
               [by Ernst Toller] [on Spain],
               20pp.
     F.5       Publications Received, 
               1920s,
               3 items.
     F.6       Publications Received,
               1930s,
               9 items.
     F.7       Publications Received,
               1930s,
               8 items.
     F.8       Publications Received,
               1930s,
               6 items.
     F.9       Publications Received,
               [1930s?],
               1 item.
     F.10      Publications Received,
               "An Outline of My Political Views"
               [not by Catlin],
     
     Also 35 items, pamphlets and serial publications, some
     unopened in mailing wrappers, all dating from 1930s.
     
     
     Box 120   Publications and Material Received,
               1930s, cont. - 1940s.
     
     F.1-F.3   These three files contain manuscript material
               by Robert Randall.
     
               Files 1 and 2  consist of essays apparently
               intended to form part of a larger work to be
               entitled An Analysis of War, Peace and
               Sovereignty. There are various section
               headings including "War and the Spirit of
               Man", "Fear", "Note on German Psychology and
               Allied Propaganda", an interleaved copy of a
               letter to Lord Hailey [TL(car.), 8 October
               1939, 3pp.], another section headed "Note
               Upon the Primitive Emotions and Precision in
               Propaganda, in Relation to the Enemy and the
               U.S.A", and a section entitled "Anxiety and
               Sacrifice". 
               Annotated ts., carbon ts., and annotated
               carbon ts. 
     
     F.1       148 pp. (including some duplicates).
               Also a letter (TLs) from a typist dated 
               Aug. 9 1939,
               And a leaflet from the Peace Aims Group of
               the Parliamentary Labour Party,
               1940.
     F.2       60pp.
     F.3       A lengthy letter to Dorelia [John] concerning
               Randall's love for Vivien, the daughter of
               Dorelia and Augustus John.
               The letter is in ts. and carbon ts. with some
               duplicate pages and has been corrected and
               annotated by Randall and by another person
               [Catlin?]. It is undated but was probably
               written in 1939,
               59pp.
     F.4       1940s.
               Material received.
               Includes copies of speeched by Wendell
               Wilkie, 1942 & 1943;
               A speech by Henry Wallace, 1942;
               A "Report on Opinion in America", 1942;
               And an issue of The Labour Bulletin, 1941,
               7 items.
     F.5       1940s.
               Publications received.
               Includes offprint of a speech by Wendell
               Wilkie, quotations from Walter Lippmann and
               copies of articles by Eliot Janeway,
               12 items.
     F.6       1940s.
               Pamphlets, including one on "The Nazi Murder
               Camp of Dachau",
               4 items.
     F.7       1942.
               Pamphlet "Who Owns the British Empire?" by
               Norman Angell.
     
     Also 54 pamphlets from 1940s with some duplicates.
     
     
     Box 121   Publications Received, 1946 - 1948,
               Continental News Service, London.
     
     This box contains issues of what appears to have been a
     weekly publication focussing upon world events. Its
     format is duplicated ts. pages preceded by a
     title/contents page. The issues are stapled together in
     the top left hand corner.
     The issues begin with No. 2, April 19 1946 and continue
     irregularly as follows: 
     4, 6 - 10, 14, 26, 28 -31, 33, 38 - 40, 42 - 46, 89 -
     95, 96 - 98, 101 - 106, 124, and end with 135, November
     19 1948.
     
     
     Box 122   Publications and Material Received, 1950s.
     
     Much of the material received by Catlin during the
     1950s relates to Canada since Catlin spent some of the
     decade at McGill.
     
     F.1       1950s.
               Published material, including leaflets,
               circulars and offprints (some inscribed by
               the authors),
               12 items.
     
     F.2       1950s.
               Published material relating to U.S.A.,
               7 items and envelope.
     F.3       1952 - 1953.
               Mostly American published material,
               9 items.
     F.4       1952 - 1953.
               Published pieces by Eliot Janeway and reviews
               of his work,
               46 items and envelope.
     F.5       1950s.
               Published material,
               10 items.
     F.6       1950s.
               3 pamphlets and a leaflet,
               4 items.
     F.7       1950s.
               Offprints (several inscribed by the authors).
               Cuttings and circulars,
               21 items.
     F.8       1950s.
               Nato-related publications,
               5 items.
     
     
     Box 123   Publications Received, 1950s.
     
     F.1       1959.
               Atlantic Congress.
               Letter, TLs, 2pp., Sept. 5 1959,
               from J.J. Fens,
               Together with duplicated material relating to
               the Studies Centre for the Atlantic Community
               and some ms. notes by Catlin,
               16 items.
     
     Also 42 pamphlets and periodicals, all dating from
     1950s.
     
     
     Box 124   Publications Received, 1960s.
     
     F.1       1960s.
               Copies of speeches and offprints of articles,
               6 items.
     F.2       1960s.
               Copies of speeches and offprints of articles,
               many signed by the authors,
               14 items.
     F.3       [1960s?].
               Article on German Sociological Data,
               1 item.
     F.4       1960s.
               Offprints, leaflets, speeches and reports,
               8 items.
     F.5       1960s.
               Leaflets and circulars,
               6 items.
     F.6       1960s.
               Offprints and circulars,
               12 items.
     F.7       1963 - 1964.
               Outline and article on politics by Harver
               Wheeler,
               2 items and envelope.
     
     Also 12 pamphlets and booklets.
     
     
     Box 125   Material Received, 1970s and undated.
     
     F.1       Circulars, cuttings and photocopies,
               some duplicates,
               11 items.
     F.2       Copies of papers, circulars and pamphlets;
               includes a calendar containing a photograph
               of and quoatation by Catlin (December),
               12 items.
               Also 4 pamphlets/serial publications.
     F.3       Offprints, cuttings and cards,
               14 items.
     F.4       Copies of papers, a review, cards,
               10 items.
     F.5       Adhesive seals marked "Federal Union for
               World Peace",
               150 seals, (approx.).
     F.6       Two wall charts showing, in diagrammatic
               form, the history of the world.
     
     
     Box 126   Greetings Cards
     
     F.1       [1930s & 1940s].
               Greetings cards,
               4 items and envelope.
     F.2       [1950s].
               Greetings cards,
               11 items.
     F.3       [1960s].
               Greetings cards,
               with some business and place cards,
               37 items.
     F.4       [1960s & 1970s].
               Greetings cards,
               50 items.
     F.5       [1960s & 1970s].
               Greetings cards,
               71 items.
     F.6       [1960s & 1970s].
               Greetings cards,
               47 items.
     F.7       [1960s & 1970s].
               Greetings cards, greetings telegrams and
               postcards,
               42 items.
     F.8       [1970s].
               Greetings cards,
               33 items.
     
     
     Box 127   Programmes and Circulars.
     
     This is a large flat box containing theatre and concert
     programmes, advertisements and circulars, most of which
     appear to date from the 1960s and 1970s.
     
     
     Box 128   Awards and Certificates.
     
     Item #1   National Political Science Honor Society,
               Citation of Catlin,
               24 February 1964.
               Framed certificate.
     Item #2   The University of Washington,
               Acknowledgement of the Distinguished Service
               of G.E.G.C.,
               Winter 1964.
               Framed certificate.
     Item #3   Societe d'Encouragement au Progres,
               Medaille d'Honneur,
               24 April 1966.
               Certificate in cardboard tube.
     
     
     Box 129   Recorded Material.
     
     Item #1   Audio Tape,
               undated.
               An old wire tape on heavy cast iron spool.
     Item #2   Record,
               undated.
               A metal [aluminium?] record.
     Item #3   Audio Tape,
               1955.
               "The Practice of Politics".
               An address by Catlin delivered to the
               Malcalester Student Convocation,
               November 8 1955, 
               And broadcast the same day by the University
               of Minnesota radio station.
     Item #4   Audio Tape,
               1956.
               Recorded at the University of Minnesota,
               January 1956,
               No subject indicated.
     Item #5   Audio Tape,
               1956.
               Continuation of Item #4,
               University of Minnesota,
               January 1956.
     Item #6   Audio Tape,
               1965.
               Recording of talk given at London School of
               Economics,
               January 4 1965,
               No subject indicated.
     Item #7   Stenotype block,
               [1950s?].
               Photographic printing block showing Catlin
               with a pipe.
     Item #8   Package of Flower Seeds,
               Marked "From America".
     
     
     Box 130   Envelopes.
     
     This box contains only empty mailing envelopes. Many
     are embossed with the coats of arms or addresses of the
     senders and they indicate such distinguished origins as
     the White House and 10 Downing Street. All have stamps
     still attached.
     
     

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