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Interviews, etc., 1948 1 box
As well as records of Bowie's work with John J. McCloy, the U.S. High Commissioner of Germany, between 1950 and 1951, Subseries 2 contains papers from the postwar period 1946-1949, including Bowie's work on the Hoover Commission.
Series 1 contains material reflecting Robert R. Bowie's wartime duty (1942-1945), his postwar assistantship to the Deputy Military Governor for Germany, General Lucius Clay (1945-1946), and his position as Special Adviser to High Commissioner for Germany John J. McCloy (1950-1951).
Series 4 documents Bowie's activities after his government service and after his retirement from Harvard University in 1980. The series reflects Bowie's abiding interests in arms control, NATO and the Atlantic alliance.
Series 2 contains records primarily connected to Hoge's editorial position at Foreign Affairs, including correspondence and background materials related to particular articles, authors or foreign affairs subjects. Included are records related to the administration and design of the magazine as well as Hoge's arrival and departure as Editor.
Series 7: 2016 Donation, 1947-2016 January 28 16 boxes 32 items
The materials in the 2016 donation document Hoge's work at the New York Daily News, Chicago Sun-Times/Chicago Daily News, and the journal of the Council on Foreign Relations, Foreign Affairs.
Miscellaneous, 1923-2007 1 box
This series includes various reports and information about particular individuals related to the global women's movement.