Oram Group, Inc. Records, 1938-1992


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ABSTRACT

The Oram Group, Inc. (formerly Harold L. Oram, Inc.) was founded in 1939 as a fund raising and public relations consulting firm specializing in liberal social causes. Early clients of the Oram Group addressed social and political issues including human and civil rights, the environment, nuclear weapons, and refugee relief. Today the Oram Group, Inc. continues to serve the non-profit organization in the areas of religion, social action, health, civil rights, the environment, and performing arts.

ACCESS

Public Access to client records and records of the internal operations of the Oram Group, Inc. Records are restricted for a period of forty years from the records' date of creation. Mailings, brochures, and other materials intended for public distribution, and all records more than forty years old are open to the public without restriction. Researchers wanting to use restricted records must receive written permission from the chief executive officer of the Oram Group, Inc.

The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Cite as: Oram Group, Inc. Records, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

ACQUISITION

Presented by The Oram Group, Inc., New York, NY, May 1991, 1992. A90-39, A91-48, A92-5, A92-6, A92-7, A92-19, A92-24

Processed by Debra Brookhart, November, 2005 and Brenda Burk, October 2008.

HISTORICAL NOTE

The Oram Group, Inc. (formerly Harold L. Oram, Inc.) was founded in 1939 as a fund raising and public relations consulting firm specializing in liberal social causes. Early clients of the Oram Group addressed social and political issues including human and civil rights, the environment, nuclear weapons, and refugee relief. Today the Oram Group, Inc. continues to serve the non-profit organization in the areas of religion, social action, health, civil rights, the environment, and performing arts.

The firm's founder, Harold Leon Oram, was born on December 2, 1907 in Butler, Pennsylvania to Austro-Hungarian immigrants, Samuel and Freda (Ginzler) Oram. Oram received his early education in Butler with the exception of one year at Staunton Military Academy. After graduation from Butler High School, he spent two years at the University of Miami in Florida majoring in history and economics. In 1934 Oram earned a law degree from New York Law School. He appears never to have practiced law, but after graduation continued a career in journalism that he began in 1930.

Oram began his journalism career in Texas. His first venture, a weekly paper called the Fort Worth Monitor, partnered him with Leopold Mamolen. When the newspaper failed, he left Texas and went to work for newspapers in Hartsdale and Brooklyn, New York while he attending law school. In 1936 Oram began working with the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy, an activist group committed to the Loyalist side in Spain's Civil War. When that organization split, Oram joined the group's liberal faction that included Ralph Bates, Varian Fry, and Roger Baldwin and helped form the Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign. As the Director of Publicity and Fund Raising for the organization, Oram was responsible for obtaining the funds to aid in relocating Spanish Loyalists who fled Spain following General Francisco Franco's victory.

In September 1939 Oram founded a fund raising firm called Consultants in Fund Raising. Shortly afterward, he changed the name to Harold L. Oram, Inc. The firm's early clients were devoted to aiding victims of social injustice. Clients included the Emergency Rescue Committee (predecessor to the International Rescue and Relief Committee), an organization that helped anti-Nazi intellectuals and political leaders escape Europe following the fall of France during World War II. Another client, the National Sharecroppers Fund, sought to improve the conditions for tenant farmers and migrant workers throughout the United States. A third client from the early 1940s, the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, sponsored the legal assault on segregation.

Oram's first employees were women, Eileen Fry (wife of Varian Fry) and Anna Frank Loeb, who had also met Oram through the Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign. Eve Bates (wife of Ralph Bates), another friend from the days of the Spanish Refugee Campaign, became a part of the firm in 1941. In 1942 Oram left to serve in the army during World War II leaving them to manage the firm.

When he returned from the army in 1946, Oram's business began to expand. As word of his ability to raise money spread, the client list grew. At first, most of the firm's clients were associated with efforts to recover from the effects of World War II and to combat the spread of Communism. They included the American Association for the United Nations, the Citizens Committee for the Marshall Plan, and the Iron Curtain Refugee Campaign. Gradually the list began to include causes concerned with environmental, educational, and health issues.

During the 1950s and early 1960s, Oram's clientele represented a number of anti-Communist Asian causes. Among his clients during those years were the American Friends of Vietnam, Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc., the Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Red China to the United Nations, and the Dr. Tom Dooley Foundation. Oram also handled public relations in the United States for the Republic of South Vietnam during the late 1950s.

As shifts in the American social and political climate occurred, the Oram Group's clientele gradually changed. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the organization continued to expand into new fund raising areas including the arts, education, and environmental campaigns. Beginning in the 1960s, Oram began raising money, through capital fund campaigns, for buildings and institutions as well as causes. Two of the earliest capital fund campaigns were designed for the Hampton Institute and Goodwill Industries of Greater New York. As the clientele of the organization made a gradual shift, so did the internal operations. The Oram firm had expanded into several branches and associate offices and found itself in a new era when the company's founder retired.

In the course of his career, Oram was responsible for a number of novel fund raising techniques. He pioneered modern direct mail appeal methods, collecting and compiling lists of donors in the days before such lists were bought and sold wholesale. Once, when a suitable list was unavailable, he used Who's Who as a mailing list. Oram is reputed to be the first to take out full-page advertisements in prestigious newspapers, such as The New York Times, for their value as stuffers in direct mail appeals. Another early tactic he employed involved telegrams. Taking advantage of the sense of urgency a telegram conveyed, he first sent them to important and wealthy individuals inviting them to contribute funds to the client's particular cause. Later he sent telegrams as urgent invitations to attend convocations (another Oram innovation) combining information sessions and fund raising events for his clients.

Henry Goldstein, a long-time member of the Oram firm, purchased the company in 1977. Goldstein, a native of New York, entered the fund raising field in the mid-1950s. His first fund raising job was with the United Community Chest of Paterson, New Jersey. He came to Harold L. Oram, Inc. in 1964 through an advertisement in The New York Times. Shortly after Goldstein joined the firm, the organization began to expand. Oram formed a subsidiary, Oram Associates, to handle capital campaigns and placed it under the guidance of Goldstein and Sidney W. Green. When Green departed, the subsidiary corporation became Oram-Goldstein Associates. Soon there were other subsidiaries for various facets of the business. Constituency Builders, Inc. (CBI) handled the direct mail campaigns and Rusk and Oram focused on annual giving. By the time Goldstein purchased the organization in 1977, it consisted of three corporations: the Oram Group, Oram International Corporation, and CBI. Goldstein merged the three into one corporation calling it the Oram Group, Inc.

After Goldstein's purchase of the firm, he continued the traditional fundraising that served as its foundation from the beginning, but began a gradual shift in direction to deal with the changing times. The firm grew to provide consultation to help an organization operate efficiently and effectively in order to champion their specific cause. Traditional fund raising grew into one piece of the firm's emerging focus on the entire organization. The Oram Group, Inc. now operates out of two offices in New York and California. Areas of consultation include management counsel for successful interaction within an organization, fund development counsel from planning through implementation of a fundraising campaign, board development, planning studies, organizational assessments, and executive search to assist in filling senior positions within an organization.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Harold Oram Group, Inc. Records document the organization's fund raising activities from the time of its beginning during World War II through the 1980s. Although the vast majority of the records document the campaigns for individual organizations, information is also available about the internal operations of the company through Oram's correspondence. This collection documents Harold Oram's unique fund raising style through a variety of different types of campaigns and reflects his numerous innovations to the field such as the convocation and telegram campaigns.

Administration Records, 1939-1992, include the business records of the company. The majority of the information in this series is limited to the years between 1950 and 1980. This series includes board of directors' minutes from the 1980s, lists of clients, and information about anniversary celebrations. Also included in this series are the correspondence files of Harold Oram, founder and first CEO of the firm and Elizabeth Hicks, an employee of the Oram Group, Inc.

Harold Oram's correspondence constitutes a large portion of this series and includes personal and business communications arranged by topic. The correspondence gives insight into Oram's fund raising style and his personality. It also reflects his personal and business dealings with associates, clients, and colleagues in the field. This is also the best place to learn about his personal fund raising philosophies and methods.

Client Files, 1937-1990, is the largest portion of this collection. These records include the correspondence with clients, reports, and campaign appeals created by the Oram Group, Inc. One important aspect of these files is the appeals and literature sent directly to individuals through the U.S. Mail and telegram. These appeals came in the form of direct requests for funding or special invitations to convocations designed for the campaign. Most of the client files also include the lists of individuals solicited during campaigns. Another important type of document in these files is the planning report compiled by Oram employees for a campaign.

Direct Mailings, 1980-1991, contain the direct mail appeals for specific organizations and causes. These are the later mail campaigns and only include information sent to the perspective donor. Many of these clients do not appear in the Client Files. No mailing lists or client correspondence are included.

Harold Oram Oral History Project, 1991-1992, includes the audio cassettes and transcriptions of the interviews conducted for this project documenting the history of Harold Oram and the Oram Group, Inc. Interviews include long-time associates such as Eve and Ralph Bates, who knew Oram prior to the firm's founding and Henry Goldstein, who later became the CEO of the organization.

Photographs, 1945-1980, include photographs of Oram Group, Inc. employees during celebrations, company pictures, and publicity photographs from clients.

Audio Materials, 1988-1992, contain audio cassettes from the Harold Oram Oral History Project Transcriptions of the oral history interviews are available as well as the audio cassettes.

CONTENTS BOX FOLDER ROLL
Administration Records, 1939-1992      
  Board of Directors Meetings, 1978-1990 1 1-6  
  Brochures, ca. 1970s 1 7  
  Client Functions, 1960-1961 1 8  
  Client Lists, 1939-1991 1 9  
  Clippings, 1964, 1974 1 10  
  Companies and Subsidiaries      
    Cobleigh, Gordon, and Oram, Inc., 1953-1962 1 11-13  
    Erion-Oram International Corporation, 1954-1955 1 14  
    Mail Accounts, 1969-1970 1 15  
    Newcomb-Oram International Corporation, 1951-1960 1 16  
  Convocations, 1963-1982 1 17  
  Correspondence Files      
    Hicks, Elizabeth      
      Meharry Medical College     1
        Appeals, 1969-1980     1
        Invitations, 1969-1970     1
        Luncheon, 1970, 1978     1
        Capital Campaign Program, 1978     1
        Financial Reports, 1970-1976     1
      Planned Parenthood – World Population, 1960-1970     1
    Oram, Harold      
      Andresen, Malcolm, 1973-1974 1 18  
      Anson, M.L., 1968 1 19  
      Army Service, 1942-1948 1 20  
      Braden, Thomas, 1952-1961 1 21  
      The Brothers Company, 1972 1 22  
      Conlon, Richard, 1955-1960 1 23-24  
      Craig, Leo, 1984 1 25  
      Earth Aid Society, 1984 1 26  
      Earth Society Foundation      
        Action Plan, 1983 1 27  
        Earth Day, 1977-1984 1 28  
        Earth Flag, 1970, 1984 1 29  
        McConnell, John, 1978-1984 1 30  
      Fagen, Melvin, 1971-1973 1 31  
      Fantasy Foundation, 1982-1984 1 32  
      Fischer, George, 1951 1 33  
      Frillman, Louise, 1972 1 34  
      Funeral, 1990 1 35  
      General (chronological)      
        1949-1955 1 36-39  
        1956-1962, 1965-1973 2 1-22  
        1974, 1978 3 1-2  
      Gold, Mary Jane, 1980 3 3  
      Goldstein, Henry, 1970-1972 3 4  
      Ladakh (Tibet) Project, 1983 3 5  
      Liem, Channing, 1961-1963 3 6  
      Martin, David, 1950-1957 3 7  
      Meharry Medical College, 1969-1980 3 8  
      Milgram, Morris, 1983-1984 3 9  
      Mott, Stewart, 1971-1974, 1977-1985 3 10-11  
      National Information Bureau, 1978-1982 3 12-13  
      National Neighbors, 1983-1984 3 14  
      Natural Resources Defense Council, 1981-1983 3 15  
      New York Medical College, 1984 3 16  
      Oram, William, Article, ca. 1972 3 17  
      Pauling (Linus) Institute, 1979-1984 3 18  
      Philanthropic Figures, 1982 3 19  
      The Philanthropists, 1968-1979 3 20  
      Probst, George, 1984 3 21  
      Roosevelt (Eleanor) Institute, 1984 3 22  
      Rubinow, Raymond, 1983-1984 3 23  
      Ruder, Finn, and Rotman, 1982-1984 3 24  
      Sakharov (Sakharov) Institute, 1984 3 25  
      Shermer, Matt, 1984 3 26  
      Thomas (Norman) 75th Birthday Dinner, 1959 3 27  
      Weinberger, Caspar, Jr., 1984 3 28  
  Employee Plans, 1968-1973 3 29  
  Financial Statements, 1942-1947 3 30  
  Foundation Proposals, 1975-1976 3 31  
  Fund Raising Matters, 1981-1982, 1984-1986, 1992 3 32  
  Harold Oram Silver Anniversary      
    General Information, 1963 3 33  
    Photographs, 1964 27 57  
  History, 1974-1975 3 34  
  Invitations, 1957-1970 3 35  
  Management Meetings, 1971-1973 3 36  
  Mendelsohn Lawsuit, 1973-1974 3 37  
  Miscellaneous Client Information, 1948-1950 3 38  
  Personnel, 1951, 1972 3 39  
  Photographs, 1940s-1978 27 39  
  Prospect Lists by State, n.d. 3 40  
  Reports on Clients, 1971 3 41  
  Sale, 1977 3 42  
  Tax Code Revision, 1985 3 43  
  Twentieth Anniversary, 1958-1959 4 1  
Client Files, 1937-1990      
  Aaronsburg Story, 1955 4 2  
  Abortion Rights Mobilization, 1981 4 3  
  African Student Aid, 1970 4 4  
  Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals      
    ARCI Office, 1952-1955 4 5  
    American Friends of the Captive Nations, 1952-1956 4 6  
    Board Correspondence, 1952-1955 4 7  
    Board Minutes, 1952-1953 4 8  
    Clippings, 1951-1958 4 9  
    Dinner, 1952 4 10  
    Free Chinese Literature Institute, 1953 4 11  
    Hong Kong Office, 1952-1957 4 12  
    Hong Kong/Taiwan Trip, 1952 4 13  
    Joint Appeal, 1951-1970 4 14  
    Oversized Materials, 1953, 1959 30 1  
    Photographs, 1948-1954 27 40  
    Statement of Purpose, 1952 4 15  
    Surveys, 1952 4 16  
  Alvin Ailey City Dance Theater, 1975 4 17  
  American Association for the United Nations      
    Appeals, 1946-1952, 1955 4 18-24  
    Atoms for Peace, 1954 4 25  
    Business Appeals, 1947-1953 4 26  
    General Correspondence, 1946-1960 4 27  
    Oversized Materials, 1949-1950 30 2  
  American College of Cardiology, 1971 4 28  
  American Committee for Ruston Academy      
    General Information, 1951-1955 4 29  
    Photographs, 1951-1955 27 41  
  American Committee on Africa      
    Africa Today Bulletin, 1954-1961 4 30-31  
    Appeals, 1955-1961 4 32  
    General Information, 1955-1958 4 33  
    Human Rights Day, 1957 4 34  
  American Committee on United Europe, 1949-1961 4 35  
  American Documentary Films, 1971 4 36  
  American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees      
    Annual Reports, 1959-1960, 1963-1964 4 37  
    Appeals, 1959 4 38  
    General Correspondence, 1959-1960 4 39  
    Minutes, 1959-1970 5 1-2  
    Oversized Materials, 1959 31 1  
  American Field Service, 1976-1977 5 3  
  American Foundation for the Blind and American Foundation for the Overseas Blind, 1971 5 4  
  American Friends of the Captive Nations, 1959-1960 5 5  
  American Friends of Vietnam      
    General Information, 1956-1960 5 6  
    Oversized Materials, 1956 31 1  
  American Jewish Committee, 1963, 1969 5 7  
  American Research Hospital in Poland      
    Appeals, 1964-1968 5 8  
    Balance Sheets, 1962 5 9  
    Biernacki-Porary (W.O.) Correspondence, 1959-1961 5 10  
    Catalogs, 1962, 1964 5 11  
    Clippings, 1961-1965 5 12  
    Contributions, 1962-1968 5 13-14  
    Dinner, 1962 5 15-16  
    General Correspondence, 1961-1970 5 17-23  
    Grant, 1961 5 24  
    Negative Responses, 1962 5 25  
    Newark Luncheon, 1962 5 26  
    Oversized Materials, 1962 OV5    
    Pledges, 1962 5 27  
    Photographs, 1960-1968 27 42  
    Progress Reports, 1961-1962 5 28  
    Proposal to Construct Hospital      
      1960 5 29  
      1960 6 1  
    Publications, 1951-1962 6 2  
    Publicity Letters to Newspapers, 1961-1962 6 3  
    Registration with ICA, 1961 6 4  
    Report, 1962 6 5  
  American Schizophrenia Association, n.d. 6 6  
  American Shakespeare Theatre, 1975 6 7  
  American Society for the Aged, 1957 6 8  
  American University in Cairo, ca. 1966 6 9  
  American Veterans Committee, 1947-1953 6 10  
  American Youth Hostels, 1972-1973 6 11  
  Amnesty International, 1961-1965 6 12  
  Anti-Defamation League, 1965 6 13  
  Antioch College, 1966-1970 6 14  
  Are We Saving South Vietnam, 1955-1956 6 15  
  Arrow, Inc. (Aid to the American Indian), 1957 6 16  
  Asia Institute      
    Dinner, 1951 6 17  
    General Correspondence, 1950-1953 6 18-20  
    Oversized Materials, 1953, 1955-1956, 1958 30 3-4  
    Publications, 1942-1955 6 21-22  
  Asia Society      
    General Information, 1958-1975 6 23  
    Oversized Materials, 1975 30 5  
  Association of American Indian Affairs, 1947-1954 6 24  
  Association for Education on World Government, 1951-1952 6 25  
  Atlanta University, 1974 6 26  
  Bank Street College of Education, 1969-1970 6 27  
  Baptist Home of Philadelphia, 1950 6 28  
  Benton, Charles, 1971-1976 6 29  
  Benton, Senator William      
    General Correspondence, 1952-1965 6 30-32  
    McCarthyism, 1951-1954 7 1-2  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. 31 4  
    University of Chicago’s Public Relations, 1937 7 3  
  Berea College Mail Program, 1973 7 4  
  Boys’ Clubs of Metropolitan Philadelphia, 1979 7 5  
  Broadcasting Foundation of America      
    Clippings, 1968-1980 7 6  
    General Correspondence, 1968-1980 7 7  
    News Releases, 1957-1963 7 8  
    Probst, George, 1968-1980 7 9  
    Progress Report, n.d. 7 10  
  Brooklyn Friends School, 1967, 1970 7 11  
  Brooklyn Museum, 1977-1979 7 12-13  
  Buffalo Zoological Gardens, 1978 7 14  
  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1949-1951 7 15  
  Carlson, Chester, 1967 7 16  
  Catalyst, 1975 7 17  
  Center for Global Perspectives, 1970-1980 7 18  
  Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions      
    Appeals, 1963-1964 7 19  
    Clippings, 1962-1974 7 20  
    Convocations, 1963, 1965, 1974 7 21  
    Financial Information, 1963-1964 7 22  
    Fund for Peace, 1974 7 23  
    General Correspondence, 1962-1965, 1975 7 24  
    Government of Ghana, 1977-1978 8 1  
    Membership, 1974-1975 8 2  
    Oram (Harold) File, 1963-1965 8 3  
    Pacem in Terris, 1963-1965 8 4-5  
    Photographs, 1973 27 43  
    Publications, 1961-1966 8 6  
    Reports, 1962-1964 8 7  
    Study of Fund-Raising Potentials, 1962 8 8  
  Challenge of Building Peace, 1969 8 9  
  Child Welfare League of America, 1966 8 10  
  Children’s Village, 1959 8 11  
  Churchill Memorial and Library      
    Brochures, 1963-1964 8 12  
    Contracts, 1963-1965 8 13  
    Dalton, John M., 1964 8 14  
    Davison, Robert L., 1963-1965 8 15  
    General Correspondence, 1963-1965 8 16  
    Horsbrugh, Patrick, 1964-1965 8 17  
    Media Information Kit, 1965 8 18  
    O’Morrison, Kevin, 1963 8 19  
    Photographs, 1964-1965 27 44  
    White House Press Conference, 1964-1965 8 20  
  Citizen’s Committee for Displaced Persons      
    Acknowledgements, 1947-1950 8 21  
    Advertisements, 1948 8 22  
    Appeals, 1947-1950 8 23  
    Board Agendas, 1947-1948 8 24  
    Clippings, 1947-1950 8 25  
    Contribution Reports, 1947-1950 8 26  
    Daily Returns, 1947-1949 8 27  
    Fundraising, 1949 8 28  
    General Correspondence, 1947-1950 8 29  
    Labor Lists, 1949 8 30  
    Legislation, 1950 8 31  
    Literature, 1947-1949 8 32  
    Mailing Lists, 1947-1949 8 33  
    Oversized Materials, 1948-1949 31 1  
    Telegraphs, 1947-1950 8 34  
  City Center of Music and Drama      
    General Correspondence, 1975-1977 8 35  
    Interviews, 1975-1976 8 36  
    Report, 1976 8 37  
  City College of CUNY, 1973-1975 8 38  
  College Public Relations Institute, 1968 8 39  
  Committee for the 10th Anniversary of Freedom House, 1951 8 40  
  Committee for International Economic Growth      
    General Information, 1958-1959 9 1  
    Oversized Materials, 1959 30 6  
  Committee for the Marshall Plan, 1946-1947 9 2  
  Committee for a National Trade Policy, 1953, 1961-1964 9 3  
  Committee for the Nation’s Health      
    Appeals, 1946-1949 9 4  
    Clippings, 1946-1949 9 5  
    General Correspondence, 1946-1949 9 6  
  Committee for the Protection of Children from Nuclear Fallout      
    General Information, 1962 9 7  
    Oversized Materials, 1962 30 7  
  Committee of 100, 1948 9 8  
  Committee of One Million      
    Clippings, 1957 9 9  
    General Correspondence, 1953-1963 9 10-11  
    Oversized Materials, 1955-1961 30 8  
  Committee on the Present Danger, 1951 9 12  
  Committee to Honor Ralph Bunche, 1951 9 13  
  Committee to Strengthen the Frontiers of Freedom, 1959 9 14  
  Common Council for American Unity, 1946 9 15  
  Congress on Population and Environment, 1970 9 16  
  Council of New York Law Associates, 1973-1974 9 17  
  Democratic National Committee      
    Annual Dinner, 1967 9 18  
    General Correspondence, 1952-1959 9 19  
  Dillard University, 1979 9 20  
  Dooley (Thomas A.) Foundation      
    Appeals, 1964-1970 9 21-22  
    Audits, 1964-1968 9 23  
    Benton, Lassie, 1969 9 24  
    Black, Robert, 1969 9 25  
    Board Correspondence, 1969 9 26  
    Budget, 1964-1970 9 27  
    Chaney, Verne, 1965-1969 9 28-29  
    Clippings, 1961-1969 9 30  
    Contracts, 1965, 1969 9 31  
    Contribution Lists, 1966-1969 9 32  
    Documentary Film Project, 1968 9 33  
    General Correspondence, 1961-1969 9 34-37  
    Geodesic Dome, 1969 9 38  
    Hynd, Peggy, 1969-1970 10 1  
    Mailing Reports, 1965-1970 10 2  
    Majors, Helen, 1968-1970 10 3  
    Medico, 1958-1960 10 4  
    Oversized Materials, 1958 30 9  
    Photographs, ca. 1950s 27 45  
    Problems with Dr. Chaney, 1966-1970 10 5  
    Proposals for Geodesic Domes, 1969 10 6  
    Rural Community Health Program, 1969 10 7  
    Showboat, 1966, 1969 10 8  
    Splendid American Dinner, 1965-1967, 1969 10 9-12  
    Siegel, Suzanne, 1969 10 13  
    Termination of Contract, 1970 10 14  
    Timms, Moira, 1969 10 15  
  Dynamic Technology International, Inc., 1972 10 16  
  Edison (Thomas A.) Foundation, 1954-1965 10 17-18  
  Educational Broadcasting Corporation, 1962-1963 10 19  
  Emergency Committee for Atomic Scientists      
    General Information, 1946-1985 10 20  
    Photographs, 1946 27 46  
  Emergency Rescue Committee      
    General Information, 1940-1965 10 21  
    Photographs, 1945 27 47  
  Environmental Fund, 1974 10 22  
  Experiment in International Living, 1964 10 23  
  Explorer’s Club, ca. 1970 10 24  
  Fair Campaign Practices Committee, 1954-1961 10 25  
  Family Planning Association, 1962-1963 10 26  
  Federal Union, Inc., 1977 10 27  
  Foreign Policy Association, 1966 10 28  
  Foundation for International Child Health, 1972 10 29  
  Free China Fund      
    General Correspondence, 1952-1955 10 30-31  
    Oversized Materials, 1952-1955 30 10  
    Proposals, 1955 11 1  
  Freedom House, 1959 11 2  
  Freud (Sigmund) Archives, 1987 11 3  
  Friends of Democracy, 1950 11 4  
  Friends of William Fulbright      
    General Information, 1968 11 5  
    Photographs, n.d. 27 48  
  Friends World College, 1965 11 6  
  Fund for Open Society, 1968 11 7  
  Fund for Peace      
    Appeals, 1967-1969, 1973-1974 11 8  
    Background Information, 1966-1969 11 9  
    Compton, Randolph, 1972-1979 11 10  
    Convocations, 1971, 1973 11 11  
    Education in World Order, 1966-1969 11 12  
    Energy Crisis Convocation, 1974 11 13-14  
    Financial Statements, 1968, 1970-1973 11 15  
    General Correspondence, 1970-1974, 1979 11 16-19  
    Institute for Global Concerns, 1972-1973 11 20  
    Miller, David, 1972 11 21  
    Oversized Materials, 1974 30 11  
    Pacem en Terris, 1975-1976 11 22  
    Peace Mutual Fund, 1970-1972 11 23  
    Tribute to James Warburg, 1973 11 24  
    World Order Studies, 1971-1974 11 25  
  Galvin, Tom, 1977 11 26  
  Ghana      
    Appeals, 1963-1966 11 27  
    Busia, Dr. K.A., 1962-1972 11 28-29  
    Clippings, 1961-1977 11 30  
    General Correspondence, 1961-1962 11 31  
    Mensah, Dr. J.H., 1977 11 32  
    Oversized Materials, 1962-1963 30 12  
    Public Relations Agreement, 1957-1966 11 33  
  Girl Scouts – Bergen County, 1972, 1980 11 34  
  Girl Scouts – Greater New York, 1977-1978 11 35  
  Girl Scouts – Lenni-Lenape Council, 1977 11 36  
  Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., 1975, 1988 12 1  
  Girls Club of New York ,1976-1979 12 2  
  Goddard College, 1966-1967, 1974 12 3  
  Goodwill Industries of Greater New York, 1965, 1968 12 4  
  Graham-Windham Services to Families and Children, 1980 12 5  
  Grosvenor Neighborhood House, 1960 12 6  
  Hampton Institute      
    Analysis of Direct Mail Response, 1965 12 7  
    Appeals, 1965-1968 12 8  
    Case for Hampton Institute, 1978-1982 12 9  
    Development and Public Relations Opportunities, 1968 12 10  
    Finances, 1970-1971 12 11  
    Oversized Materials, 1965-1966 31 2  
    Profile, 1963, 1978 12 12-14  
    Study, 1963, 1978 12 15-16  
  Harkness Ballet, 1973 12 17  
  Harlem-Dowling Children’s Service, 1974 12 18  
  Hebrew Academy of Westchester, 1977 12 19  
  Hospitalized Veterans Music Service      
    General Information, 1951-1960 12 20  
    Oversized Materials, 1951 31 2  
    Photographs, 1956 27 49  
  Howard University      
    Case Statements, 1972-1974 12 21-22  
    Contracts, 1970-1978 12 23  
    Evaluation of the Division of Development and University Relations, 1972 12 24  
    Ten-Year Capital Development Plan, 1973 12 25  
  Hudson River Sloop Restoration, 1969-1975 12 26  
  Humane Society of the United States, 1975-1976 12 27-28  
  Institute for Natural Philosophy, 1979-1980 13 1  
  International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, 1974 13 2  
  International Executive Service Corps, 1968 13 3  
  International Institute for the Study of Reproduction, 1969-1970 13 4  
  International League for the Rights of Man, 1970-1972 13 5  
  International Rescue Committee      
    25th Anniversary Dinner, 1958 13 6  
    Appeals, 1942, 1950, 1954, 1956-1961 13 7-8  
    Financial Reports, 1941-1955, 1957-1959 13 9-10  
    Ford Foundation Presentation, 1951 13 11  
    Fry (Varian) Memorial, 1967 13 12  
    Fund Raising Policy Memoranda, 1957-1958 13 13  
    General Correspondence, 1949-1954, 1956-1961, 1964-1965, 1983 13 14-16  
    General Information, 1952-1958 13 17  
    Iron Curtain Refugee Campaign, 1949-1953 13 18  
    Oversized Materials, 1949-1959 31 3  
    Oversized Materials, 1956 OV5    
    Publications, 1940s-1973 13 19  
    Reuter (Ernst) Dinner, 1953 13 20  
  Iran Foundation      
    General Information, 1961-1968, 1975 13 21  
    Oversized Materials, 1961 31 3  
  Jewish Museum, 1973-1974 13 22  
  Jewish Theological Seminary      
    80th Anniversary, 1965-1966 13 23-24  
    Appeal Lists, 1963 13 25  
    Financial Statements, 1962 13 26  
    Fund Raising Brochure, 1964 13 27  
    General Correspondence      
      1956-1957, 1960-1963 13 28-29  
      1963-1964, 1966, 1969-1974 14 1-3  
    Invitations, 1962-1964 14 4  
    Mosaic, 1964 14 5  
    On Ethics of Pharisaism, 1956 14 6  
    Oversized Materials, 1962 31 3  
    Papers, 1962-1963 14 7  
    Study Digest, 1962 14 8  
    Study of Fund Raising Results, Costs, and Requirements, 1962 14 9-10  
    Study Interviews, 1961-1962 14 11  
  Judd for Vice President, 1954-1960 14 12  
  Kefauver, Estes, 1951-1963 14 13  
  Ladejinsky, Wolf      
    General Information, 1958-1962 14 14-15  
    Photographs, n.d. 27 50  
  Larson, Arthur, 1969 14 16  
  Latin American Refugee Fund, 1942-1943 14 17  
  Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1965-1966 14 18  
  Liberal Foundation Lists, n.d. 14 19  
  Lindbergh (Charles A.) Memorial Fund, 1977-1978 14 20-21  
  Lorentz, Pare, 1950-1961 14 22  
  Manhattan School of Music, 1975 14 23  
  Mead, Margaret – Earth Day, 1971-1978 14 24  
  Meharry Medical College      
    Appeals, 1969-1980     1
    Capital Campaign Program, 1978     1
    Financial Reports, 1970-1976     1
    General Information, 1968 14 25  
    Invitations, 1969-1970     1
    Luncheon, 1970, 1978     1
  Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center      
    Annual Appeals Committee, 1983, 1985-1987 14 26  
    Audits, 1979-1980 14 27  
    Campaign Figures, 1978-1988 14 28  
    Campaign Publications, 1982, 1984 14 29  
    Case Statement, 1983 15 1-2  
    Development Department, 1981 15 3  
    Executive Committee, 1984 15 4  
    Goal, 1982 15 5  
    Major Gifts Committee, 1984-1985 15 6  
    Meeting Kit, 1985-1986 15 7  
    Mott (Charles Stewart) Foundation, 1986-1988 15 8  
    Operating Plans, 1982, 1987 25 9  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. 30 13  
    Professional Staff, 1984 15 10  
    Proposals and Papers, 1982, 1984-1986 15 11  
    Publications, 1980-1988 15 12-13  
  Mental Health Law Project, 1974 15 14  
  Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, 1970 15 15  
  Miles College, 1974 15 16  
  Monmouth Medical College      
    Feasibility Study of a Capital Funds Campaign, 1975 15 17  
    Feasibility Study Interviews, 1974-1975 15 18  
    General Information, 1973, 1975-1976 15 19  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. 30 14  
    Summary of Long-Range Plan, 1974 15 20  
    Weekly Reports, 1975-1976 15 21  
  Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, 1969 15 22  
  Moore, Hugh – Margaret Sanger Memorial      
    General Information, 1960-1968 15 23  
    Oversized Materials, 1965 31 2  
  Morehouse College      
    Brochure, 1986 15 24  
    Campaign Kit, 1985-1986 15 25-26  
    Case Statement, 1984-1985 15 27  
    Chicago Breakfast, 1986 15 28  
    Contracts, 1984-1986 15 29  
    General Correspondence      
      1984-1985 15 30-31  
      1985-1986 16 1-3  
    Lists, 1984 16 4  
    Luncheon, 1985 16 5  
    National Campaign, 1985 16 6  
    Prospect Meetings, 1985 16 7  
    Publications, 1982-1985 16 8  
    Reports, 1984-1985 16 9  
    Symposium, 1987 16 10  
  Morehouse School of Medicine      
    General Correspondence, 1989-1990 16 11-12  
    Interviews – Declines, 1990 16 13-14  
    Interviews – Staff, 1990 16 15  
    Promotional Kit, 1989 16 16  
    Reports, 1985-1991 16 17-18  
  Museum of the American Indian      
    Case Statement, 1978-1979 16 19  
    Contract File, 1978-1980 16 20  
    Custom House, 1978-1980 16 21  
    Discussion Memoranda, 1977-1978 16 22  
    Echoes of the Drum, 1978 16 23  
    General Information, 1977-1980 16 24  
    Oversized Materials, 1978 31 4  
  Museum of the City of New York, 1970 16 25  
  National Academy of Ballet and Theatre Arts, 1970 16 26  
  National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) – Legal Defense Fund      
    25th Anniversary Event, 1979 16 27  
    Annual Meeting, 1982 16 28  
    Annual Reports, 1963, 1980, 1984-1986 17 1  
    Board of Directors, 1984-1986 17 2  
    Budgets, 1981-1986 17 3  
    Campaigns      
      50th Anniversary Campaign, 1987 17 4  
      Campaign Correspondence, 1972, 1981, 1984-1985 17 5  
      Chicago Campaign, 1983-1987 17 6  
      Los Angeles Campaign, 1973 17 7  
      New England Campaign, 1980-1985 17 8  
      New York Campaign, 1987 17 9  
      North Carolina Campaign, 1983-1985 17 10  
      Out-of-Town Campaigns, 1980-1985 17 11  
      Philadelphia Campaign, 1979-1982 17 12  
      Southern California Campaign, 1979-1981, 1987 17 13  
      Washington, DC, Campaign, 1981-1986 17 14  
      West Coast Campaign, 1981-1987 17 15-16  
    Case Statement, 1978 17 17  
    Contracts, 1970, 1976, 1986 17 18  
    Dinners, 1956, 1958, 1974, 1979, 1984 17 19  
    Feldstein (Charles R.) and Company, Inc., 1968-1969 17 20  
    Financial Statements, 1982-1986 17 21-22  
    General Correspondence      
      1944-1963, 1965-1975, 1980-1985 17 23-26  
      1985-1989 18 1  
    General Financial Information, 1946-1986 18 2  
    Government Funding, 1980 18 3  
    Handbooks, 1979, 1982, 1986 18 4  
    Legal Issues, 1976-1986 18 5  
    Long-Range Planning Committee, 1985 18 6  
    Oversized Materials, 1968, 1970 30 16  
    Printed Materials, 1968-1983 18 7-8  
    Programs, 1974, 1976, 1984, 1986 18 9  
    Proposals, 1977, 1985 18 10  
    Public Interest Law Center, 1982-1986 18 11  
    Robinson, James, 1968-1970 18 12  
    Special Gifts, 1980-1986 18 13  
    State Licensing Divisions, 1982-1985 18 14  
    Telemarketing, 1984-1985 18 15  
  National Citizen’s Committee for Broadcasting      
    Clippings, 1970-1971 18 16-17  
    General Correspondence, 1969-1971 18 18-19  
    Meeting Transcript, 1970 18 20  
  National Citizen’s Committee for U.N. Week and Day, 1950-1954 18 21-22  
  National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy      
    General Information      
      1957-1961 18 23  
      1957-1961 19 1  
    Oversized Materials, 1958 30 15  
  National Committee on U.S.-China Relations      
    Biographies, 1969 19 2  
    General Correspondence, 1966-1969 19 3-4  
    Mailings to Corporations, 1968-1969 19 5  
    Mailings to Individuals, 1968-1969 19 6  
    Staff Reports, 1968-1969 19 7  
  National Congress of American Indians, 1954 19 8-9  
  National Council on Aging      
    General Correspondence, 1959-1960, 1963-1966 19 10-12  
    Packet, 1963 19 13  
    Study, 1964 19 14  
  National Council on Alcoholism, 1973 19 15  
  National Council on Asian Affairs, 1956 19 16  
  National Council of Jewish Women, 1967 19 17  
  National Council of Negro Women, 1965, 1968 19 18  
  National Fund for Medical Education, 1976 19 19  
  National Mental Health Foundation, 1948-1949 19 20  
  National Rifle Association, 1976 19 21  
  National Society to Prevent Blindness, 1979-1980 19 22-23  
  National Sharecroppers Fund      
    Clippings, 1951 19 24  
    General Correspondence, 1946-1969 19 25-27  
    Photographs, ca. 1950s 27 51  
  National Urban League, 1956-1957 19 28  
  National Women’s Education Fund      
    General Information, 1977-1979 20 1  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. 31 4  
  Native American Rights Fund      
    Donor Analysis Survey Kit, 1985 20 2  
    General Correspondence, 1985-1986 20 3  
    Oversized Materials, 1986 30 16  
    Study, 1984-1986 20 4  
    Study Interviews, ca. 1986 20 5  
  Natural Resources Defense Council      
    Appeals, 1974-1975, 1977 20 6  
    California Memos, 1977 20 7  
    Campaign Plan, 1973, 1975, 1977 20 8  
    Cases, 1970 20 9  
    Contracts, 1969-1983 20 10  
    Direct Mail, 1977-1979 20 11  
    Finances, 1970-1977 20 12  
    Ford Foundation, 1970, 1978 20 13  
    Foundation Proposals, 1969, 1975-1977 20 14-15  
    Founding Conference, 1969-1970 20 16  
    General Correspondence, 1969-1970, 1972-1978 20 17-19  
    General Information, 1969-1977 20 20  
    Oversized Materials, 1975-1976 30 16  
    Photographs, 1975 27 52  
    Publications, 1975-1982 20 21  
    Reports, 1973-1975 21 1  
    Special Gifts, 1974, 1977 21 2  
  Neighborhood Legal Services Association      
    General Correspondence, 1981-1983 21 3-4  
    Interviews, 1982 21 5  
    Long-Range Planning Report, 1984 21 6  
    Program Report, 1985-1986 21 7  
    Study, 1982 21 8  
  New College, 1968 21 9  
  New Orleans Chamber of Commerce      
    Building Fund, 1977 21 10  
    Finances, 1978 21 11  
    Foundations, 1977 21 12  
    General Correspondence, 1965, 1976-1980, 1983 21 13-14  
    Interviews, 1977 21 15  
    Long-Range Planning, 1977 21 16  
    Oversized Materials, 1980 31 5  
    Programs of Work, 1977-1978 21 17  
    Study, 1978 21 18  
    Study Materials, 1969-1979 21 19-20  
  New School for Social Research      
    50th Anniversary, 1966 21 21  
    Campaign Plans, 1964-1965 21 22  
    Contracts, 1980-1981 21 23  
    General Correspondence      
      1941-1955, 1963-1965 21 24  
      1966-1981 22 1-3  
    Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions, 1980 22 4  
    Interviews, 1967 22 5  
    Photographs, n.d. 27 53  
    Prospect Lists, 1965-1966 22 6  
    Study, 1964 22 7  
    Thomas (Norman) Endowment, 1967-1968 22 8  
  New York Association for the Blind, 1987 22 9  
  New York City Opera, ca. 1975 22 10  
  New York Democratic State Committee, 1967 22 11  
  Oceanic Foundation and Institute, 1972 22 12  
  Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America      
    Contract, 1971-1973 22 13  
    Direct Mail, 1971-1974 22 14  
    Fee Statements, 1971-1973 22 15  
    General Information, 1971-1972 22 16  
  Overseas Press Club      
    Campaign, 1959-1960 22 17  
    Membership, n.d. 22 18  
    Murrow (Edward R.) Memorial Fund, 1965-1966 22 19  
    Publications, 1955, 1959, 1966 22 20-21  
    World Press Center, 1959-1960 22 22  
  Parson’s School of Design      
    General Correspondence, 1968-1969, 1971 22 23  
    General Information, 1968-1969 22 24  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. OV5    
    Study, 1969 22 25  
  Pauling, Linus, 1958-1961 22 26  
  Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee, 1965 22 27  
  Phelps-Stokes Fund, 1976 22 28  
  Phoenix House Foundation, Inc., 1973 22 29  
  Planned Parenthood      
    Dinners, 1962-1963 22 30  
    International Convocation, 1974 22 31-32  
    International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction, 1969 23 1  
    Merger with World Population Emergency Campaign, 1961 23 2  
    Moore (Hugh) Fund, 1959-1970 23 3  
    News Clippings, 1967-1968 23 4  
    Planned Parenthood – World Population      
      50th Anniversary, 1965-1967 23 5  
      Bequest and Deferred Gifts Program, 1967 23 6  
      Contribution Lists, 1964-1966 23 7  
      Hicks (Elizabeth) Files, 196-1970     1
      Proposal, 1977 23 8  
    Population Crisis Committee, 1965-1968 23 9  
    Population Institute Convocation, 1977 23 10  
  Princeton University, 1972 23 11  
  Providence Hospital, 1977 23 12  
  Public Education Association, 1969 23 13  
  Radio-Free Europe      
    General Information, 1950-1959 23 14  
    Oversized Materials, 1960 31 5  
  Recording for the Blind, 1958, 1968-1969 23 15  
  Regional Plan Association, 1968-1969 23 16  
  Resettlement Campaign for Exiled Professionals      
    General Information, 1950-1952 23 17-19  
    Oversized Materials, 1951 30 17  
    Photographs, n.d. 27 54  
  Rhee vs. Korea, ca. 1961 23 20-21  
  Rockford College, 1978 23 22  
  Royal College of Surgeons, 1969 23 23  
  Saddle River Day School, 1975 23 24  
  St. Paul’s College, 1975 23 25  
  Salvation Army New Jersey Divisional Headquarters, 1974 23 26  
  Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, 1949-1950 23 27  
  Sanger (Margaret) Institute      
    Columbia University, 1966-1969 23 28  
    General Information, 1966-1970 23 29  
    History and Speeches, 1965-1969 23 30  
    Luncheon at the Plaza, 1967 24 1  
  Sanger (Margaret) Memorial      
    Campaign, 1967-1968 24 2  
    General Information, 1967-1968 24 3  
    World Tribute to Margaret Sanger, 1961 24 4  
  Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference      
    Appeals, 1967-1969 24 5  
    Boat Trips, 1967 24 6  
    Contracts, 1966-1969 24 7  
    General Correspondence, 1966-1968 24 8  
    History, 1966-1969 24 9  
    News Clippings, 1967 24 10  
  Schweitzer (Albert) Fellowship, 1964 24 11  
  Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS), 1968 24 12  
  Soul City      
    General Information, 1969 24 13  
    Oversized Materials, 1969 30 18  
  South Bend Seaport Museum, 1969-1970, 1975-1976 24 14-15  
  Spanish Refugee Relief Committee, 1937-1940 24 16  
  Speech Rehabilitation Institute, 1971 24 17  
  Spelman College, 1971 24 18  
  State Department, 1952-1954 24 19  
  Stevenson for President      
    Campaign Correspondence, 1955-1956 24 20-21  
    Oram Correspondence, 1956 24 22  
    Oversized Materials, 1956 30 18  
    Volunteers for Stevenson, 1947-1956 24 23  
  Stevenson (Adalai) Institute of International Affairs, 1973 24 24  
  Stoneleigh-Burnham School, 1976-1977 24 25-26  
  Strang Clinic, 1972 24 27  
  Studio Museum in Harlem, 1972-1974 24 28  
  Synagogue Council of America, 1976 24 29  
  Taiwan Government      
    General Correspondence, 1952-1962 24 30  
    Oversized Materials, 1962 30 18  
    Smith, Ward, 1962-1963 24 31  
  Texas Conference on Our Environmental Crisis, 1964-1966 24 32-33  
  Theatre Development Fund, n.d. 24 34  
  Thomas, Lowell, 1972, 1975-1976 24 35  
  Tougaloo College, 1971 24 36  
  Town Hall Club, 1954-1955 24 37  
  TV Channels for Education, ca. 1951 24 38  
  United Negro Colleges, ca. 1960s 24 39  
  United States Department of Justice, 1956-1964 25 1  
  United World Federalists      
    Contract, 1957-1959 25 2  
    General Correspondence, 1964-1969 25 3  
    Literature, 1958-1964 25 4  
    Oversized Materials, ca. 1958 30 19  
  Urban League, 1956-1958 25 5-6  
  van Lanschot, Willem, C.J.M., 1953-1958 25 7  
  Vietnam (U.S. Embassy), 1961-1962 25 8  
  Waldemar Medical Research Foundation, Inc., 1968 25 9  
  Washington Hebrew Congregation      
    Contract, 1975-1976 25 10  
    Fee Schedule, 1975-1977 25 11  
    General Information, 1973-1976 25 12  
    Reports, 1976 25 13  
    Study, 1975 25 14  
    Study Interviews, 1975 25 15-16  
  WCEM-FM      
    Appeals, 1947-1950 25 17-18  
    List of Contributors, 1948-1949 25 19  
    Pacifica Foundation, 1954-1955 25 20  
  West Main Street Community Center, 1971-1972 25 21  
  West Point Jewish Chapel Fund      
    Finances, 1979-1982 25 22  
    General Correspondence, 1980-1982 25 23-24  
    Information Kit, 1981 25 25  
    Mail Campaign, 1980-1982 25 26  
    Meyerhoff, Lynn, 1977-1980 25 27  
    Newsletter, 1980-1981 25 28  
    Photographs, 1980 27 55  
    Washington, DC, Reception, 1981-1982 25 29  
  Western World Today, 1954-1958 25 30-31  
  White, Walter, 1949-1950 25 32  
  White (William Alanson) Institute of Psychiatry, 1957-1959 25 33  
  Wiesenthal (Simon) Center      
    General Correspondence, 1983-1985 25 34  
    Oversized Materials, n.d. 31 6  
    Statements, 1983-1986 25 35  
    Stearns (Bear) Proposal, 1985 25 36  
  Wilderness Society, 1974 26 1  
  Wooden Church Campaign, 1954-1955 26 2  
  World Law Fund      
    General Correspondence, 1965-1971 26 3  
    Literature, 1960-1964 26 4  
    Report, 1964 26 5  
  World Movement for World Federal Government      
    Clippings, 1947-1951 26 6  
    General Correspondence, 1947-1951 26 7-8  
    Oversized Materials, 1947 30 20  
  World Neighbors, Inc., 1955-1956 26 9  
  World Population Emergency Campaign      
    Clippings, 1959-1961 26 10  
    Feasibility Study, 1959-1961 26 11  
    General Correspondence, 1961-1962 26 12  
    General Information, 1960-1962 26 13-14  
    Oversized Materials, 1960, 1962 31 6  
    Tribute to Margaret Sanger, 1961 26 15  
  World Rehabilitation Fund, Inc., 1955, 1969, 1978 26 16  
  World Veterans Fund, 1951-1957 26 17  
  World Wildlife Fund      
    Appeals, 1962-1966 26 18  
    Board of Directors, 1963 26 19  
    Bylaws, 1961-1965 26 20  
    General Correspondence, 1961-1968 26 21-25  
  YMCA of Greater New York, 1972, 1977 26 26  
Direct Mailings, 1980-1991      
  Academy of Natural Sciences, n.d. 26 27  
  Aids Resource Center, 1989-1990 26 28  
  American Farmland Trust, 1989 26 29  
  American Friends of Reshov Sumsum, 1987 26 30  
  American Indian Community House, Inc., 1987 26 31  
  American Israel Public Affairs Committee, 1983-1985 26 32  
  American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 1989-1991 26 33-34  
  B’nai B’rith International, n.d. 26 35  
  Boys Brotherhood Republic, 1987-1988 26 36  
  Center for Environmental Education, 1988 26 37  
  Concern for Dying, 1989-1990 26 38  
  Defenders of Wildlife, 1987-1990 27 1-2  
  Eye Bank for Sight Restoration, Inc., 1989 27 3  
  4-H, 1984 27 4  
  Frontier Nursing Service, 1980-1984 27 5  
  Gallaudet University, 1989 27 6  
  Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, n.d. 27 7  
  Good Samaritans of Graymoor, 1990 27 8  
  Holy Cross Hospital, 1990 27 9  
  Hospital for Sick Children, n.d. 27 10  
  International Primate Protection League, 1988 27 11  
  Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, 1988-1989 27 12  
  The Lighthouse, 1987-1988 27 13  
  Mothers Embracing Nuclear Disarmament, n.d. 27 14  
  National Abortion Rights Action League, 1989 27 15  
  National Foundation for Cancer Research, 1989-1991 27 16-17  
  National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1987-1988 27 18  
  National Rehabilitation Hospital, 1989 27 19  
  Red Cloud Indian School, 1990-1991 27 20-21  
  Scenic Hudson, Inc., n.d. 27 22  
  Smithsonian Institution, n.d. 27 23  
  Society for the Advancement of Gifted Education, 1990 27 24  
  Volunteers of America, 1985-1987 27 25  
  YWCA, 1988-1989 27 26  
Harold Oram Oral History Project, 1991-1992      
  Agreements, 1991-1992 27 27  
  Correspondence, 1991-1992 27 28  
  Interviews      
    Bates (Eve) Interviews, #1-2      
      Audio Cassettes, November 24, December 3, 1991   OH12  
      Transcripts, November 24, December 3, 1991 27 29-30  
    Bates (Ralph) Interview      
      Audio Cassette, November 23, 1991   OH13  
      Transcript, November 23, 1991 27 31  
    Goldstein (Henry) Interview      
      Audio Cassette, November 21, 1991   OH14  
      Transcript, November 21, 1991 27 32  
    Hicks (Elizabeth) Interviews #1-3      
      Audio Cassettes, November 20, 22, December 5, 1991   OH15  
      Transcripts, November 20, 22, December 5, 1991 27 33-35  
    Liebman  (Marvin) Interview      
      Audio Cassette, July 18, 1992   OH16  
      Transcript, July 18, 1992 27 36  
    Loeb (Anna Frank) Interview      
      Audio Cassette, October 27, 1991   OH17  
      Transcript, October 27, 1991 27 37  
    Weiser (Martin) Interview      
      Audio Cassette, December 4, 1991   OH18  
      Transcript, December 4, 1991 27 38  
  Photographs, ca. 1990s 27 56  
Oversized Materials, 1947-1986      
  Client Files      
    Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, 1953, 1959 30 1  
    American Association for the United Nations, 1949-1950 30 2  
    American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees, 1959 31 1  
    American Friends of Vietnam, 1956 31 1  
    Asia Institute, 1953, 1955-1956, 1958 30 3-4  
    Asia Society, 1975 30 5  
    Benton, Senator William, n.d. 31 4  
    Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons, 1948-1949 31 1  
    Committee for International Economic Growth, 1959 30 6  
    Committee for the Protection of Children from Nuclear Fallout, 1962 30 7  
    Committee of One Million, 1955-1961 30 8  
    Dooley (Thomas A.) Foundation, 1958 30 9  
    Free China Fund, 1952-1955 30 10  
    Fund for Peace, 1974 30 11  
    Ghana, 1962-1963 30 12  
    Hampton Institute, 1965-1966 31 2  
    Hospitalized Veterans Music Service, 1951 31 2  
    International Rescue Committee, 1949-1959 31 3  
    Iran Foundation, 1961 31 3  
    Jewish Theological Seminary, 1962 31 3  
    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, n.d. 30 13  
    Monmouth Medical College, n.d. 30 14  
    Moore (Hugh) Fund, 1965 31 2  
    Museum of the American Indian, 1978 31 4  
    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) – Legal Defense Fund, 1968, 1970 30 16  
    National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, 1958 30 15  
    National Women’s Education Fund, n.d. 31 4  
    Native American Rights Fund, 1986 30 16  
    Natural Resources Defense Council, 1975-1976 30 16  
    New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, 1977, 1979-1980 31 5  
    Radio-Free Europe, 1960 31 5  
    Resettlement Campaign for Exiled Professionals, 1951 30 17  
    Soul City, 1969 30 18  
    Stevenson for President, 1956 30 18  
    Taiwan Government, 1962 30 18  
    United World Federalists, ca. 1958 30 19  
    Wiesenthal (Simon) Center, n.d. 31 6  
    World Movement for World Federal Government, 1947 30 20  
    World Population Emergency Campaign, 1960, 1962 31 6  
  Oram, Harold L., 1957, 1979 31 7  
Photographs, 1945-1980      
  Administration Records, 1940s-1978 27 39  
  Client Files      
    Aid Chinese Refuge Intellectuals, 1948-1954 27 40  
    American Committee for Ruston Academy, 1951-1955 27 41  
    American Research Hospital in Poland, 1960-1968 27 42  
    Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1973 27 43  
    Churchill Memorial and Library, 1964-1965 27 44  
    Dooley (Thomas) Foundation, ca. 1950s 27 45  
    Emergency Committee for Atomic Scientists, 1946 27 46  
    Emergency Rescue Committee, 1945 27 47  
    Friends of William Fulbright, n.d. 27 48  
    Hospitalized Veterans Music Service, 1956 27 49  
    Ladejinsky, Wolf, n.d. 27 50  
    National Sharecroppers’ Fund, ca. 1950s 27 51  
    Natural Resources Defense Council, 1975 27 52  
    New School for Social Research, n.d. 27 53  
    Resettlement Campaign for Exiles Professionals, n.d. 27 54  
    West Point Jewish Chapel Fund, 1980 27 55  
  Oral History Project, ca. 1990s 27 56  
  Oram (Harold) Silver Anniversary, 1964 27 57  
Audio Materials, 1988-1992      
  Audio Cassettes      
    Bates (Eve) Interviews #2-3, 1991   OH12  
    Bates (Ralph) Interview, 1991   OH13  
    Goldstein (Henry) Interview, 1991   OH14  
    Hicks (Elizabeth) Interviews #1-3, 1991   OH15  
    Liebman (Marvin) Interview, 1992   OH16  
    Loeb (Anna Frank) Interview, 1991   OH17  
    Weiser (Martin) Interview, 1991   OH18  
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