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This subseries (21.42 linear feet) contains periodicals as well as pamphlets, monographs, and public relations materials produced by individuals and organizations outside the ACLU. The organizations include well-known groups such as the YWCA and SNCC, but is composed primarily of regional councils and committees or highly-specialized activist groups--ranging from the extreme left to the extreme right.
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The Personal Subseries consists of material that was not created as a result of Smith's professional duties. The bulk of the subseries consists of correspondence with family, friends, fellow alumni and associates. The volume and quantity of the correspondence between Smith and Princeton alumni and the University in general shows his continued interest in University affairs despite his resignation in 1930. Also included are notes and drafts of writings Smith had published and documents related to financial matters and personal business. Subjects of the financial and personal matters include family vacations, home matters, private investments, and Smith's legal work with Dominick and Dominick. Other correspondence of interest includes letters both to and from Herbert Hoover and members of the Oxford Group, including its founder, Frank Buchman.
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Series 3: New Jersey Politics, 1919-1945

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The New Jersey Politics Series documents Smith's time as a private citizen after leaving his position at Princeton and before he held elected office. Smith worked as a lawyer during this period and remained actively involved in the New Jersey Republican Party. The bulk of the material in this series relates to Republican Party affairs in New Jersey. Also included are personal documents such as correspondence, financial papers and materials related to Smith's legal career.
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The Campaigns Subseries documents Smith's senate campaigns, most notably the campaigns of 1944, 1946 and 1952. Also included are documents related to various Republican campaigns in New Jersey. Correspondence constitutes the bulk of the documents. Notable correspondence includes letters between Smith and local and national party leaders discussing strategy and platforms. Also included are numerous letters of congratulations. Other documents include election returns, data, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and posters.
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Subseries 4B: Correspondence, 1943-1958

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The Correspondence Subseries contains Smith's personal and business correspondence. The bulk of the material is not directly related to Smith's work in the Senate but covers the same timeframe. Some of the material does relate to issues and causes that Smith was involved in through the Senate. The subjects of most of the correspondence include letters related to Princeton, letters to and from family members, cards, and documents related to personal finance.