Subseries 5A: Articles

4 boxes (1 partial)

This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.

Requests will be delivered to Public Policy Papers, MUDD Reading Room .

Collection Creator: Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1893-1973..

Dates: 1907-1964 June 4.

Extent: 4 boxes (1 partial)

Languages: English.

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use.

Preferred Citation

Subseries 5A: Articles; 1907-1964 June 4; Hamilton Fish Armstrong Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

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    “What Show Have We Got?,” The Blue and Buff, 1907 Easter 1907 Box 105, Folder 1
    “A Glimpse of the Future,” The Blue and the Gray 1909 November Box 105, Folder 2
    “A Narrow Escape,” The Blue and the Gray 1910 January Box 105, Folder 3
    “The Angel Messenger,” The Blue, and the Gray undated 1907 circa 1910 June Box 105, Folder 4
    “The Speed Craze,” “Sketches: Caernarvon,” The Blue and the Gray 1910 December Box 105, Folder 5
    “And No Man Knoweth,” “The Gilman Library,” The Blue and the Gray 1911 June Box 105, Folder 6
    “The Story of the Rise of the Texan Nation,” The Blue and the Gray 1911 November Box 105, Folder 7
    “Talks to Boys” The Blue and the Gray 1911-1912 undated Box 105, Folder 8-9
    “Charles George Gordon,” St. Nicholas Magazine 1912 August Box 105, Folder 10
    “The Boy and the Man,” St. Nicholas Magazine 1912 December Box 105, Folder 11
    “Princeton's Greatest Need” Nassau Literary Magazine, 1913 or, 1914 1913 1914 Box 105, Folder 12
    “Biological Need of Conscription First,” The New York Times 1916 June 15 Box 105, Folder 13
    “Suffrage Divides Princeton Faculty” New York Times 1916 October 14 Box 105, Folder 14
    “Saint-Gaudens: Recollections of his friend Maitland Armstrong,” Scribner's 1917 January Box 105, Folder 15
    Advertisements for The New Republic 1917 March Box 105, Folder 16
    “Servian Mission to United States Arrives,” The Evening Post 1918 December 20 Box 105, Folder 17
    “Jugo-slavia Rich in Promise But Facing a Hard Future,” The New York Evening Post 1920 March 3 Box 105, Folder 18
    “American Misgivings,” The New Europe 1920 March Box 105, Folder 19
    “Peace Under Arms,” New York Evening Post 1920 April 28 Box 105, Folder 20
    “A Strong Hand at Belgrade,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 1 Box 105, Folder 21
    “Towards a Balkan Confederation,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 14 Box 105, Folder 22
    “Suleiman's Inheritance,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 15 Box 105, Folder 23
    “Nitti Comes Back,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 24 Box 105, Folder 24
    “A National Reproach,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 25 Box 105, Folder 25
    “American Business Man in Europe's New States,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 27 Box 105, Folder 26
    “New Bulgaria's Frontiers Clipped in Four Places,” New York Evening Post 1920 May 27 Box 105, Folder 27
    Untitled New York Evening Post 1920 May Box 105, Folder 28
    “The Fiume Impasse,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 3 Box 105, Folder 29
    “Persistent Balkan Bungling,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 10 Box 105, Folder 30
    “Italy again Leaderless,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 11 Box 105, Folder 31
    “What Went on at Paris,” 1920 June 12 New York Evening Post 1920 June 12 Box 105, Folder 32
    “Essad Pasha,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 15 Box 105, Folder 33
    “Another Cub Reporter,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 17 Box 105, Folder 34
    “Planks,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 17 Box 105, Folder 35
    “Italy's Eldest Statesman,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 19 Box 105, Folder 36
    “Remnants of the Army That Can Never Die,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 19 Box 105, Folder 37
    “Constructive Legislation for Ireland,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 26 Box 105, Folder 38
    “History Turns Back to the Dodecanes,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 26 Box 105, Folder 39
    “War's Inroads into Vital Statistics in Europe,” New York Evening Post circa 1920 June 26 Box 105, Folder 40
    “This is Kossovo Day, and at Last the Serbs Rejoice,” New York Evening Post 1920 June 28 Box 105, Folder 41
    Untitled, New York Evening Post 1920 June Box 105, Folder 42
    “Armenia's Fate on Knees of Gods,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 3 Box 105, Folder 43
    “Ireland as a Dominion Proposed in Parliament,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 3 Box 105, Folder 44
    “An Anti-Tammany Ticket,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 7 Box 105, Folder 45
    “No Peace in Sight in Middle East,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 9 Box 105, Folder 46
    “Essad Pasha Wrote Apologia Pro Vita,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 10 Box 105, Folder 47
    “Jugo-Slavs May Set Off Fiume Fireworks,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 10 Box 105, Folder 48
    “Greece Sets Out to Subdue Turks,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 13 Box 105, Folder 49
    “Givio, Peter!,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 12 Box 105, Folder 50
    “Our Relic of Barbarism,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 12 Box 105, Folder 51
    “Who Shall Rule Aland Islands?,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 13 Box 105, Folder 52
    “Communism in the Balkans,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 16 Box 105, Folder 53
    “The Irish Statesman,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 17 Box 105, Folder 54
    “To Save the Abbey,” The New York Evening Post 1920 July 17 Box 105, Folder 55
    “The War on the Mosquito,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 20 Box 105, Folder 56
    ” …Threat,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 21 Box 105, Folder 57
    “Disturbances along the Adriatic,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 21 Box 105, Folder 58
    “Regulating Street Traffic,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 22 Box 105, Folder 59
    “Foreign Relations Most Important Now, Says Taft,” New York Evening Post 1920 July Box 105, Folder 60
    “Balkans the Pawn in European Intrigue,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 8 Box 105, Folder 61
    “A Chilling American Utterance,” The New Europe 1920 August 12 Box 105, Folder 62
    “Death of Dragoumis Removes Greek Scholar,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 18 Box 105, Folder 63
    “War Memorials and Their Meaning,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 27 Box 105, Folder 64
    “Albania's Unsettled Boundary,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 1 Box 105, Folder 65
    “Italy's Internal Crisis,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 8 Box 105, Folder 66
    “The Little Entente and the League,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 20 Box 105, Folder 67
    “Books and Reading,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 20-22 Box 105, Folder 68-69
    “An Efficient Relief Agent,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 25 Box 105, Folder 70
    “Welcoming Them Out,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 28 Box 105, Folder 71
    “Falling French Prices,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 29 Box 105, Folder 72
    “President Garfield's Address,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 29 Box 105, Folder 73
    “Politics Institute Gets Down to Work,” New York Evening Post 1920 July 30 Box 105, Folder 74
    Untitled, New York Evening Post 1920 July Box 105, Folder 75
    “Autocracy Bane of Russia in War,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 1 Box 105, Folder 76
    “Russia Will Pay Debt to France Says Baron Korff,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 1 Box 105, Folder 77
    “Bryce Criticizes Peace Treaties,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 2 Box 105, Folder 78
    “German Property Status Defined,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 2 Box 105, Folder 79
    “Blames Russia for War with Japan,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 5 Box 105, Folder 80
    “Senators Ask for Bryce's Speech,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 6 Box 105, Folder 81
    “Italy Eager for American Trade,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 6 Box 105, Folder 82
    “Balkans a Pawn in European Intrigue,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 8 Box 105, Folder 83
    “A Chilling American Utterance” New York Evening Post 1920 August 12 Box 105, Folder 84
    “Death of Dragoumis Removes Green Scholar,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 18 Box 105, Folder 85
    “War Memorials and their Meaning,” New York Evening Post 1920 August 27 Box 105, Folder 86
    “Albania's Unsettled Boundary,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 1 Box 105, Folder 87
    “Italy's Internal Crisis,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 8 Box 105, Folder 88
    “The ‘Little Entente’ and the League,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 10 Box 105, Folder 89
    “Choosing a War Memorial,” Literary Digest 1920 September 18 Box 105, Folder 90
    “Books and Reading,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 20 Box 105, Folder 91
    “Books and Reading,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 22 Box 105, Folder 92
    “An Efficient Relief Agent,” New York Evening Post 1920 September 25 Box 105, Folder 93
    “Turkey's Diplomatic Status,” New York Evening Post 1920 October 1 Box 105, Folder 94
    “Plebiscites under the Treaty,” New York Evening Post 1920 October 8 Box 105, Folder 95
    “Princeton Paper is Out for League,” New York Evening Post 1920 October 13 Box 105, Folder 96
    Untitled article on airplane travel in Europe New York Evening Post 1920 October 21 Box 105, Folder 97
    “The Greek Succession,” New York Evening Post 1920 October 26 Box 105, Folder 98
    “Balkan Rapprochements,” New York Evening Post 1920 November 5 Box 105, Folder 99
    “The Adriatic Settlement,” New York Evening Post 1920 November 11 Box 105, Folder 100
    “A Big Three’ Football League,” The New York Evening Post 1920 November 12-15 Box 105, Folder 101
    “Problems of Greater Greece,” New York Evening Post 1920 November 30 Box 105, Folder 102
    “London and Paris Pay Homage to Nameless Dead on Armistice Day,” New York Evening Post 1920 November Box 105, Folder 103
    “Is the Sailing Ship to Return?,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 9 Box 105, Folder 104
    “Waterway Will Link Rhine and Danube,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 11 Box 106, Folder 1
    “Overconfidence?,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 15 Box 106, Folder 2
    “The Little ‘Red’ School House in Great Britain,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 18 Box 106, Folder 3
    “The Ex-King of the Hedjaz,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 20 Box 106, Folder 4
    “A Yearly Balkan Conference,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 29 Box 106, Folder 5
    “End of Adriatic Problem,” New York Evening Post 1920 December 29 Box 106, Folder 6
    “Familiar Sayings of Great Men,” New York Evening Post 1920 Box 106, Folder 7
    Title Missing, New York Evening Post 1920 Box 106, Folder 8
    “Plebiscite in Balkans to End Historic Struggle,” New York Evening Post 1920 Box 106, Folder 9
    “The Elections in Jugoslavia,” The Weekly Review 1921 January 5 Box 106, Folder 10
    “Unprotected Ash Carb,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 6 Box 106, Folder 11
    “Bolshevists Reported Massing Troops for Drive to Regain Bessarabia,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 8 Box 106, Folder 12
    “Would ‘Little Entente’ Hold Greeks and Bulgars Both?,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 8 Box 106, Folder 13
    “Silesia Still Waiting for Chance to Choose Between Germany and Poland,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 15 Box 106, Folder 14
    “Friendly New York,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 21 Box 106, Folder 15
    “Light in the Balkans,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 22 Box 106, Folder 16
    “Unofficial Envoy to Balkans Dies,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 22 Box 106, Folder 17
    “The Bishop of New York,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 25 Box 106, Folder 18
    “Says Europe's Need is Spiritual Aid,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 26 Box 106, Folder 19
    “Judge Ward,” New York Evening Post 1921 January 27 Box 106, Folder 20
    “Balkans to Have New Trade Route as Result of Canalization Projects,” New York Evening Post 1921 February 5 Box 106, Folder 21
    “How Serbian Stanoye Lives the Parable of the Talents,” New York Evening Post 1921 February 5 Box 106, Folder 22
    “News Sources,” New York Evening Post 1921 February 8 Box 106, Folder 23
    “York Minister's Windows in Perils,” New York Evening Post 1921 February 25 Box 106, Folder 24
    “New Negotiations with Turkey,” New York Evening Post 1921 March 8 Box 106, Folder 25
    “Nikita's Death Ends One Balkan Intrigue,” New York Evening Post 1921 March 10 Box 106, Folder 26
    “Persecution by Rumania Alleged,” New York Evening Post 1921 March 23 Box 106, Folder 27
    “Greek Aims Contradictory,” New York Evening Post 1921 March 25 Box 106, Folder 28
    “More Than 100 Per Cent,” New York Evening Post 1921 March 28 Box 106, Folder 29
    “Montenegro's Goal Achieved,” New York Evening Post circa 1921 March 31 Box 106, Folder 30
    “Rumania Reaching Firmer Ground,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 2 Box 106, Folder 31
    “Sponsor of the Little Entente,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 6 Box 106, Folder 32
    “Bulgaria and Near East Peace,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 11 Box 106, Folder 33
    “Hapsburgs Will Never Be Tolerated,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 14 Box 106, Folder 34
    “Co-Operation in Central Europe,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 16 Box 106, Folder 35
    “Princeton Honors a Friend,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 19 Box 106, Folder 36
    “Putting Austria On Her Feet,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 20 Box 106, Folder 37
    “Islam Is Stirred as Never Before,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 23 Box 106, Folder 38
    “Abolishing Landmarks,” New York Evening Post 1921 April 25 Box 106, Folder 39
    “League Trying to Restore Austria,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 2 Box 106, Folder 40
    “Czechoslovakia's Liberal Commercial Policy Entails Reciprocal Agreements,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 7 Box 106, Folder 41
    “Nicholai Suggests League Substitute,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 7 Box 106, Folder 42
    “The Brown Stone Age,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 21 Box 106, Folder 43
    “Difficult Streets,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 25 Box 106, Folder 44
    “Satisfying Europe's Land Hunger,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 25 Box 106, Folder 45
    “New York's Forgotten Tombstones,” New York Evening Post 1921 May 27 Box 106, Folder 46
    “The Hope of Order in the Balkan Chaos,” The Weekly Review 1921 May 28 Box 106, Folder 47
    “Silesia Another Fiume,” Leslie's Illustrated Weekly 1921 June 4 Box 106, Folder 48
    “Historic British Castles Go Begging,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 11 Box 106, Folder 49
    “Drift in Asia Minor,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 13 Box 106, Folder 50
    “History on the Market,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 15 Box 106, Folder 51
    “Serb Ruler May Wed Princess Mary,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 27 Box 106, Folder 52
    “Tomorrow Is Kossovo Day,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 27 Box 106, Folder 53
    “Where the War Began,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 28 Box 106, Folder 54
    “Giolitti's Fall Unsettles Balkans,” New York Evening Post 1921 June 30 Box 106, Folder 55
    “Carranza's Overturn Was Matter of Time,” New York Evening Post 1921 June Box 106, Folder 56
    “Defeats for the British Coalition,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 12 Box 106, Folder 57
    “Peter of Serbia, on 77th Birthday, Peaceful at Last,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 12 Box 106, Folder 58
    “Seal Set on Jugoslav Union,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 15 Box 106, Folder 59
    “Bulgaria's Stalking Horses,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 16 Box 106, Folder 60
    “France and the Hapsburgs,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 16 Box 106, Folder 61
    “July 15 and July 18,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 18 Box 106, Folder 62
    “On Being a Good Winner,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 23 Box 106, Folder 63
    “Mirdite Republic in Albania May No Longer Endure,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 25 Box 106, Folder 64
    “‘Nerves’ and the Danube,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 25 Box 106, Folder 65
    “America Holds Back,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 27 Box 106, Folder 66
    “Economy Censorship,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 27 Box 106, Folder 67
    “The Greek Campaign,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 27 Box 106, Folder 68
    “The Old Post Office,” New York Evening Post 1921 July 27 Box 106, Folder 69
    “The Asia Minor Mandates,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 1 Box 106, Folder 70
    “World War Laid to Secret Diplomacy,” New York Post 1921 August 3 Box 106, Folder 71
    “Switzerland Hit By Business Crisis,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 10 Box 106, Folder 72
    “Bryce Completes Trio of ‘Great Men’,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 11 Box 106, Folder 73
    “Praises Balkan Peoples,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 11 Box 106, Folder 74
    “Italy Emancipating Labor, Says Tittoni,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 12 Box 106, Folder 75
    “Fiume's Dictator,” New York Evening Post 1921 August 22 Box 106, Folder 76
    “Flivvering Through Bosnia,” New York Evening Post 1921 August Box 106, Folder 77
    “Mrs. Sheridan's Ride through New York,” New York Evening Post 1921 September 13 Box 106, Folder 78
    “Tipping By Rule,” New York Evening Post 1921 September 16 Box 106, Folder 79
    “Vlada Sjed. Drzava …,” Hravatski Glasnik Croatian Herald 1921 September 21 Box 106, Folder 80
    “Abolish the Nuisance,” New York Evening Post 1921 September 21 Box 106, Folder 81
    “Campaign Ends in Asia Minor,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 1 Box 106, Folder 82
    “Hungarians Still Flouting Allies,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 8 Box 106, Folder 83
    “Downtown Wants a New Post Office,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 11 Box 106, Folder 84
    “Italy's Great Chief,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 19 Box 106, Folder 85
    “Venizelos, Maker of Modern Greece,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 21 Box 106, Folder 86
    “Venizelos of Politics, Busy Receiving Greek Delegates,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 24 Box 106, Folder 87
    “The Lesson in Hungary,” New York Evening Post 1921 October 25 Box 106, Folder 88
    “Policies in Asia Minor,” New York Evening Post 1921 November 7 Box 106, Folder 87
    “Princeton Breaks a Tie,” New York Evening Post 1921 November 7 Box 106, Folder 88
    “Serbia's Westminster,” North American Review 1921 November Box 106, Folder 89
    “France Will Do Her Part, Briand Says,” New York Evening Post 1921 December 2 Box 106, Folder 90
    “More Dusting at Downing Street,” New York Evening Post circa 1921 October Box 106, Folder 91
    “Venizelos and Constantine,” New York Evening Post circa 1921 October Box 106, Folder 92
    “America's Role in Central Europe,” New York Evening Post circa 1921 October Box 106, Folder 93
    “New Work for Postage Stamps,” New York Evening Post circa 1921 October Box 106, Folder 94
    Untitled, New York Evening Post circa 1921 October Box 106, Folder 95
    “French Condemn British Policies,” New York Evening Post 1922 January 3 Box 106, Folder 96
    “Landru Case Points to French Court Reforms,” New York Evening Post 1922 January 20 Box 106, Folder 97
    “French Press Loud for Submarines,” New York Evening Post 1922 January 28 Box 106, Folder 98
    “Getting a German Nurse into France,” New York Evening Post 1922 February 1 Box 106, Folder 99
    “New Accord Grows in Central Europe,” New York Evening Post 1922 February 1 Box 106, Folder 100
    “Newsless France,” The Independent, and The Weekly Review 1922 February 25 Box 106, Folder 101
    “France Will Pass 4-Power Treaty, Asserts Briand,” New York Evening Post 1922 March 27 Box 106, Folder 102
    “Europe's Liberals Look to League,” New York Evening Post 1922 March 24 Box 106, Folder 103
    “Turks Want More of Eastern Thrace and Adrianople,” New York Evening Post 1922 March 30 Box 106, Folder 104
    “France Struggles with Income Tax,” New York Evening Post 1922 April 15 Box 106, Folder 105
    “Greeks Stand for Christians in Asia,” New York Evening Post 1922 April 26 Box 106, Folder 106
    “Greeks Wait Shift in Near East Policy,” New York Evening Post 1922 April 27 Box 106, Folder 107
    “Prize Novelists are Numerous in France,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 2 Box 106, Folder 108
    “Constantine Urges Right to Throne,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 9 Box 106, Folder 109
    “Europe Learns Its New Geography,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 9 Box 106, Folder 110
    “Reform the Professors, says Masaryk,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 23 Box 106, Folder 111
    “Little Entente to Hold Together,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 25 Box 106, Folder 112
    “Belgrade on Edge for Royal Wedding,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 31 Box 106, Folder 113
    “Royalists Lose So Far in Hungary,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 1 Box 106, Folder 114
    “Ex-Kaiser Turns to Study of a God,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 2 Box 106, Folder 115
    “Serbs Repair Palace for Their New Queen,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 5 Box 106, Folder 116
    “Won't Yield Land to Italy,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 8 Box 106, Folder 117
    “Restless Greeks Seek an Issue,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 9 Box 106, Folder 118
    “A Day in the French Chamber of Deputies,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 12 Box 106, Folder 119
    “Venizelos Speaks His Mind Frankly,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 13 Box 106, Folder 120
    “Czechoslovakia Facing Unemployment Crisis,” New York Evening Post 1922 June 21 Box 106, Folder 121
    “The Truth about Serbia and Its Russian Refugees,” New York Evening Post 1922 June Box 106, Folder 122
    “King Constantine and America,” New York Evening Post 1922 August 7 Box 106, Folder 123
    “Hungary Awaits ‘Der Tag’,” Our World 1922 September Box 106, Folder 124
    “Plagiarist Insurgent,” New York Evening Post 1922 October 21 Box 106, Folder 125
    “Jugoslavs Still at Odds with Italians,” New York Evening Post, ) 1922 January 25 Box 106, Folder 126
    “Guillotine France's Political Threat,” New York Evening Post, ) 1922 February 1 Box 106, Folder 127
    “Paris Has Radical Ouster Conflict,” New York Evening Post, ) 1922 March 28 Box 106, Folder 128
    “King Remains an Issue,” New York Evening Post 1922 May 15 undated Box 106, Folder 129
    “Czechs Provide for Local Autonomy,” New York Evening Post, , ) 1922 June 2 undated Box 106, Folder 130
    “Chaos in the Near East,” New York Evening Post 1922 Box 106, Folder 131
    “New French Premier Tells of His Aims,” The New York Times 1924 June 22 Box 107, Folder 1
    “Fiume is a Dull Port, Sacrificed to Politics,” The New York Times 1924 July 6 Box 107, Folder 2
    “Pachitch, at Eighty, Surveys the Balkans,” The New York Times 1924 July 20 Box 107, Folder 3
    “Greece Faces a Dictatorship,” unknown source 1924 July 27 Box 107, Folder 4
    “Bulgar Communists Plan New Revolt,” New York Times 1924 August 10 Box 107, Folder 5
    “America, the Land of Joy,” The New York Times 1924 August 17 Box 107, Folder 6
    “Fiume is a Dull Port Sacrificed to Politics,” Serb Sentinel 1924 September 25 Box 107, Folder 7
    “The Political Outlook in Turkey,” Our World 1924 October Box 107, Folder 8
    “Yugoslavia,” These Eventful Years 1924 Box 107, Folder 9
    “A New Revolt in Bulgaria”, Serbian Daily 1924 Box 107, Folder 10
    “Caillaux Steps Forward Again,” The New York Times 1925 April 19 Box 107, Folder 11
    “A Year of Yugoslavia,” The New York Times 1925 April 25 Box 107, Folder 12
    “Hungary Today,” The New York Times 1925 April 29 Box 107, Folder 13
    “Looking Ahead in Eastern Europe,” Serb Sentinel 1925 May 1 Box 107, Folder 14
    “Rumanian Politics Today,” The New York Times 1925 May 7 Box 107, Folder 15
    Re: Letter to New York Times Time Magazine 1925 May 11 Box 107, Folder 16
    “Austria Today,” The New York Times 1925 May 18 Box 107, Folder 17
    “The Serbo-Croat Dispute,” Nation 1925 July 15 Box 107, Folder 18
    “Turbulent Balkans Flirt with Reds,” The New York Times 1925 July 28 Box 107, Folder 19
    “Rumanian's Claim to Bessarabia,” Current History 1925 July Box 107, Folder 20
    “Decries Criticism of United States Policies,” Philadelphia Public Ledger 1925 August 16 Box 107, Folder 21
    “Serbia's Aid to Greece,” New York Times 1925 August 21 Box 107, Folder 22
    “Jugoslavia in the Making,” The American Political Science Review 1925 August Box 107, Folder 23
    “Soviets Fail in Eastern Europe,” Boston Herald 1925 July 19 Box 107, Folder 24
    “Borah Calls Court a ‘Legal Part’ of League of Nations,” New York Post 1925 December 18 Box 107, Folder 25
    “Roumania and Democracy,” New York World 1926 December 7 Box 107, Folder 26
    Article written in Russian 1926 Box 107, Folder 27
    “Italy in the Balkans” 1926 Box 107, Folder 28
    “Albania Opens the Balkans for Italy,” New York Times 1927 January 2 Box 107, Folder 29
    “Baron Giesl after the War,” New York Evening Sun 1927 January 6 Box 107, Folder 30
    “Baron Giesl Einst Und Jetzt” Neues Wiener Journal 1927 February 22 Box 107, Folder 31
    “Hamilton Fish Armstrong-Baron Giesl,” Neues Wiener Journal 1927 April 5 Box 107, Folder 32
    “Prague Prestige and the Albanian Dispute,” New York World 1927 June 8 Box 107, Folder 33
    “Where the East Begins,” Forum 1927 June Box 107, Folder 34
    Article, The Serbian Daily 1927 July 15 Box 107, Folder 35
    “Split kao madzarski izlaz na more,” Noro Doba, (Split) 1927 July 15 Box 107, Folder 36
    “Pashitch, the Last of the Balkan Pashas,” Current History 1927 July Box 107, Folder 37
    “Confessions of the Assassin Whose Deed Led to the World War,” Current History 1927 August Box 107, Folder 38
    “Nos Hotes,” La Bulgarie 1927 October 15 Box 107, Folder 39
    “Kroz Novine,” Kladista Odijela 1927 October 18 Box 107, Folder 40
    “Fateful Documents of the World War,” Current History 1927 October Box 107, Folder 41
    “Where Three Races Meet,” North American Review 1927 October Box 107, Folder 42
    “Serbs Can Face Italy Without Fear, is Claim,” Chicago Tribune 1927 October 26 Box 107, Folder 43
    “Long Lost Documents of the World War,” Times, (Pawtucket, RI) 1927 December 16 Box 107, Folder 44
    “Uspomene iz velikih dana,” Novo Doba, (Split) 1927 Box 107, Folder 45
    “Italy, Jugoslavia and Lilliputia,” Foreign Affairs 1928 January Box 107, Folder 46
    “The Use of the Seas in Time of War,” Birmingham Post 1928 September 10 Box 107, Folder 47
    “Three Important Items,” “Calls Paris Pact ‘Pleasant Opiate’,” “The Peace Pact” Register, (IA): Chicago Tribune; Scotsman 1928 September 15 Box 107, Folder 48
    “Writer Finds World Future Bright Ten Years After War,” New York Herald 1928 September 30 Box 107, Folder 49
    “Ten Years After: Europe and America,” (includes correspondence with Edwin F. Gay, Elihu Root and Whitney H. Shepardson) Foreign Affairs 1928 October Box 107, Folder 50
    “Mestrovich Without Price,” Time 1928 Box 107, Folder 51
    Article written in Russian 1928 Box 107, Folder 52
    Articles from Yugoslavian newspapers 1929-1931 Box 107, Folder 53
    “II - Les Relations Generales des Grandes Puissances,” L'Esprit International 1929 January Box 107, Folder 54
    “Russian Education,” New Republic 1929 January 30 Box 107, Folder 55
    “The London Times and Russian Education,” The New Republic 1929 February 13 Box 107, Folder 56
    “A Loan to Jugoslavia,” New Republic 1929 February 27 Box 107, Folder 57
    “Wilson's Peace Party Members to Form Alumni,” New York Herald Tribune 1929 April 29 Box 107, Folder 58
    “Isole Italiane Dell'Egeo,” Corniere Disicilia - Catania 1929 August 23 Box 107, Folder 59
    “The Policemen in Central Europe,” The Outlook 1929 September 11 Box 107, Folder 60
    “The Dictatorship in Yugoslavia,” Central European Observer, (Prague) 1929 September 13 Box 107, Folder 61
    “A Dictatorship to End,” New York Sun 1929 October 3 Box 107, Folder 62
    “Work Already Done,” New York Times 1929 October 18 Box 107, Folder 63
    “Laughlin is Luncheon Guest,” New York Herald Tribune 1929 November 21 Box 107, Folder 64
    “H. Fis-Armstrong: Gde Istok Pocinje,” Nove Europa 1929 December 11 Box 107, Folder 65
    “No Concern of Ours,” New York Times 1929 December 21 Box 107, Folder 66
    “Many Princeton Authors,” New York Times 1930 May 18 Box 107, Folder 67
    “League Gets Wilson Award,” New York Tribune 1930 June 20 Box 107, Folder 68
    Article in Greek 1931 Box 107, Folder 69
    “Ugledan Gost U Selcu,” “Nasa Sloga,” Susak 1931 June 10-12 Box 107, Folder 70
    Articles from Novo Doba, , Jadranska Posta 1931 June 15-16 Box 107, Folder 71
    “United States Editor Finds France Holds Key to Europe's Affairs,” New York Herald, (Paris) 1931 September 15 Box 107, Folder 72
    “Presse Etrangere,” Paris Temps 1931 September 17 Box 107, Folder 73
    “Princetonians of the Fourth Estate,” Princeton Alumni Weekly 1933 May 5 Box 107, Folder 74
    “Editor Here Hails Serbian Progress,” (source unknown) 1933 June 24 Box 107, Folder 75
    “A People Disappeared in Germany …,” New York World 1933 June 27 Box 107, Folder 76
    “Mr. Davis's Hard Job,” New York Herald Tribune 1933 June 27 Box 107, Folder 77
    “Herald Tribune Conference to Hear Roosevelt,” New York Herald Tribune 1933 September 29 Box 107, Folder 78
    “Concerning Peace,” New York Herald Tribune 1933 October 29 Box 107, Folder 79
    “Wotan or Apollo,” Harper's 1934 Spring Box 107, Folder 80
    Introduction to The Foreign Policy of the Powers 1934 Box 107, Folder 81
    “Last Time,” (drafts), Foreign Affairs 1943 April Box 107, Folder 82
    “The Task - and Price - of World Leadership,” New York Times Magazine 1947 June 20 Box 107, Folder 83
    “Bi-Partisan Foreign Policy: Merits and Limits” Atlantic Magazine, (includes correspondence with William L. Langer, Isaiah Bowman, Felix Frankfurter) 1947 Box 107, Folder 84
    “The World is Round,” - Annotated, Foreign Affairs 1953 January Box 107, Folder 85
    “Postscript to E.D.C.,” Foreign Affairs, (drafts) 1954 December Box 108, Folder 1
    “Where Dangers of War Are Greatest,” US News and World Report 1955 June 3 Box 108, Folder 2
    “Why the Soviet Rules that Mongrel Tito,” The Reporter 1955 July 14 Box 108, Folder 3
    “Tito Still Walks His Tightrope,” New York Times Magazine 1956 January 29 Box 108, Folder 4
    “How Can Germany Contribute to Lessen World Tensions?” Der Stern 1960 Box 108, Folder 5
    “Disturbing Portent for Africa,” New York Times Magazine 1960 April 17 Box 108, Folder 6
    “The Bell Tolls in Angola,” New York Times Magazine 1961 May 21 Box 108, Folder 7
    “Close View of the Nonaligned” New York Times Magazine 1961 October 1 Box 108, Folder 8
    Foreign Affairs, 40th Anniversary (McGeorge Bundy draft for John F. Kennedy to sign) 1962 October Box 108, Folder 9
    “This War In Borneo: Whose Side Are We On?” The Reporter 1964 June 4 Box 108, Folder 10