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World Bank Study of Investment Projects, 1924-1966 11 boxes

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World Bank Study of Investment Projects documents Hirschman's study of the results of completed investment projects for the World Bank to aid in future decisions on which types of projects were most likely to be effective. The papers include bibliographies, correspondence and memoranda, contact information, interview notes, and topical materials and loan documentation.
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Series 4: Research Projects, 1924-1983 18 boxes

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The Research Projects series documents five of Hirschman's projects: his work as a consultant in Colombia, for the Inter-American Federation, and for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, research he conducted in Latin America, and his work for the World Bank. The papers include notes and data, correspondence, and reports. Also included are Hirschman's field notebooks, which record his observations as he worked.
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Series 5: Writings, 1798-2003 28 boxes

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The majority of the Writings series is composed of materials related to articles and books written by Hirschman, including offprints and drafts of articles, correspondence, reviews, research materials, and notes. The books include Exit, Voice and Loyalty, The Passions and the Interests, and Shifting Involvements. The subject of his writings is predominantly economic development in Latin America and throughout the world, and also includes economic policies, industrialization, inflation, and trade. The series also contains speech materials from Hirschman's tenure as economist for the Federal Reserve Board, papers and correspondence sent to Hirschman by other scholars to solicit his review and some of his reviews of their work, and papers written by Hirschman during his education.
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This series is composed of Hirschman's writings, reviews of his book The Strategy of Economic Development (1958) in various languages (including German, Italian, Portuguese, and English), and a research file of correspondence, memoranda, and reports pertaining to agricultural development efforts in Colombia by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) in the 1950s. Also of note is the Federal Bureau of Investigation file on Hirschman that was requested by Jeremy Adelman in 2006 under the Freedom of Information Act. Annotations of the FBI file on Post-it notes are Adelman's.
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The Biographical subseries contains information concerning George McGovern's WWII service as a B-24 pilot flying missions out of Cerignola, Northern Italy. This series includes maps of targets in Europe as well as aerial photographs of the bomb drops in progress. Researchers interested in George McGovern's WWII service may find additional photographs in the Photographs series.
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Correspondence consists of correspondence spanning the years 1944-1955, including personal and business correspondence. It includes documentation between George McGovern and his dissertation advisor, Arthur Link, as well as other university officials concerning McGovern's studies of History at Northwestern University, including graduate funding and the submission of his dissertation. The subseries also contains correspondence between members of the South Dakota Farmers Union.
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Statements and Publicity contains statements as well as press clippings documenting George McGovern's early political activities. The early press clippings are centered around public events and politicians in South Dakota, especially Republican congressman Karl Mundt. Later clippings document George McGovern's early public appearances and political activities. The subseries also contains a small number of early speeches by McGovern on the anniversary of the Ludlow massacre, Christianity and Communism, and on the state of the Democratic party in the Dakotas.
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The Early Activities series documents George McGovern's early years from 1939 to 1955, before he held public office. It contains information on his military service as a B-24 pilot during World War II as well as his early political activities in South Dakota. The series includes correspondence, statements, schedules, and press clippings. Of special interest are maps and photographs documenting McGovern's WWII bombing tours in Europe.
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The 1960 Senate Campaign subseries documents George McGovern's unsuccessful 1960 bid for the Senate against Republican incumbent Karl Mundt. It includes information on campaign financing, files on volunteer groups and supporters, and promotional material. McGovern's campaign platform is documented in the issue files, which show his stand on agriculture as well as his challenge of Karl Mundt. Also included in the subseries is information on the 1960 presidential elections.
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This series contains materials from George McGovern's Senate and presidential campaigns. Documents included in this series cover McGovern's first bid for the Senate in 1960, his subsequent campaigns in 1962, 1968, and 1974, and his final, unsuccessful reelection campaign in 1980. The series also documents McGovern's 1968 candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination and his 1972 presidential campaign. In addition, the series includes files on McGovern's political alliances and activities during the 1966 House elections and the 1964 and 1976 presidential elections. Types of materials in this series include files on campaign organization, financial files, promotion and advertising files, issue and policy files, and campaign correspondence.
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Subseries 4E: Staff Files, 1944 April-1981 110 boxes

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Staff files contain files that were either created or compiled and maintained by individual aides. The staff files include the files of the following individuals: Jeff Brockelsby, staff assistant (1979-1980; Robin Carpenter, staff assistant (1978-1980); Ruth Claveloux, secretary (1973-1978), staff assistant, 1979-1980; Mary Crosby, secretary (1975-1977), staff assistant (1978-1980); Owen Donley, administrative assistant (1963-1970), agriculture assistant (1976-1980); Glen Feldman, special assistant (1973-1974); Dan Grady, legislative aide (1976); Ranald Hobbs, legislative assistant (1965-1967); John Holum, staff assistant (1967-1970), legislative assistant (1971-1978); Alex Knopp, legislative assistant (1980); Ned Leonard, staff assistant (1978-1980); Alan Stone, staff assistant (1978-1979); Benton Stong, legislative assistant (1964-1969); Jane Swanson, legislative clerk (1978), staff assistant (1979-1980).
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Series 4: Food for Peace and United States Senate, 1921-2009 600 boxes 1 folder 8 items

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This series documents George McGovern's activities as the director of the Food for Peace Program (1961-1962) and United States Senator (1962-1980). Of special interest are files documenting McGovern's activities as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Senate Committe on Interior and Insular Affairs (1967-1972) and as Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs (1969-1970, 1973-1977) and its successor, the Subcommittee on Nutrition of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry (1978-1980). In addition, the series contains documentation pertaining to McGovern's activities as chairman of the Subcommittee on Agricultural Credit and Rural Electrification (1971-1976) and the Subcommittees on South Asian Affairs (1973-1974) and Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs (1975-1977). The series includes legislation and policy files, statements, schedules and invitations, travel files, patronage files, and constituent correspondence.
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The Photographs series contains photographs documenting George McGovern's early life as well as his national political career. It comprises private family photos and publicity photos, including head shots, family photos, and candid shots in both private and public settings. The series includes files from 1979-1980 documenting photo-ops and other publicity arrangements. The photographic materials in this series include prints, negatives, and contact sheets.
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This series contains items that are peripheral to George McGovern's political activities, material belonging to family members, and secondary material. Items of note include unfiled (and some unopened) correspondence of Eleanor McGovern's and a term paper of McGovern's daughter Susan.