Series 1: Correspondence

175.68 linear feet, 342 boxes/volumes

This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.

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

Collection Creator: Baruch, Bernard M. (Bernard Mannes), 1870-1965..

Dates: 1912-1965.

Extent: 175.68 linear feet, 342 boxes/volumes

Languages: English.

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Description

This series contains Bernard Baruch's correspondence files, 1912-1965. The series includes chronological correspondence files, selected correspondence, personal correspondence, general correspondence, and telephone messages.The chronological files are a set of carbon copies of all outgoing correspondence, filed in chronological order. The selected correspondence files contain correspondence filed separately by Baruch for its special significance. The personal correspondence files include notes and letters of a personal nature, some of which are mounted in a scrapbook. Routine office correspondence constitutes the general correspondence files. The telephone messages contain daily records made by Baruch's office of calls received; they indicate instances in which Baruch handled the matter personally.

Arrangement

Arranged into the following subseries: Chronological Correspondence, 1913-1965; Selected Correspondence, 1912-1965; Personal Correspondence, 1926-1933, 1942-1945; General Correspondence, 1905-1965; Telephone Messages, 1933-1965.

Preferred Citation

Series 1: Correspondence; 1912-1965; Bernard M. Baruch Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

    Title Date Container
    Subseries 1A: Chronological Correspondence 1913-1965 Explore Multiple Containers
    Subseries 1B: Selected Correspondence 1912-1965 Explore Multiple Containers
    Subseries 1C: Personal Correspondence 1926-1933 1942-1945 Explore Multiple Containers
    Subseries 1D: General Correspondence 1905-1965 Explore Multiple Containers
    Subseries 1E: Telephone Messages 1933-1965 Explore Multiple Containers