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Box 6
Most of the printed material in Box 6 is stamped as a gift from Austin to South Asia Studies at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), and includes occasional underlining or annotation by Austin. Subjects of the printed material include the Indian Parliament and elections, Indian politics, law, constitution and judicial system, education, the press, foreign policy and strategy, Pakistan and Kashmir. Pamphlets include the Alladi Diary by Professor Alladi Ramakrishnan. Publications include those from the Indian Law Institute, the Bar Association of India, Asian Survey, the Asia Society, Foreign Policy Institute briefs, and occasional papers from the Stimson Center, among many others.
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Box 8
Box 8 contains primarily publications about India, including books, booklets, and pamphlets, as well as some transcripts of lectures and speeches. Much of the material was printed in India, as well as in England and the United States, and ranges from 1922 to 2006. The publications include a booklet by Upendra Baxi on reading Granville Austin's The Indian Constitution, Indian government white papers, Indian Communist Party publications from the 1970s and 1980s, a directory and biographies of Indian government officials from the late 1980s, and a booklet of Indian Constitutional amendments from 1986—among many others. Other material in this box includes a Republic Day Parade invitation and program (1991) and two folders of Austin's research notes from the 1990s.
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Box 18
Box 18 contains research and source material for Working a Democratic Constitution, primarily photocopies and clippings, compiled around the early 1990s. Many of the photocopies have been tabbed by one of Austin's research assistants with title, subject, and/or date. The box also includes some original handwritten notes. The box was labeled with a sticky note "Indian Constitution; Preventive Detention; Fundamental Rights; Liberty; Press." Some of the photocopied article subjects are: the Preventive Detention Act, Defense of India Ordinance, the restriction of liberties in Israel, the Bennett Coleman case, human rights, liberty in the press, women and social justice, freedom of speech, Supreme Court, the Emergency. Articles here were originally printed between 1939 and 1997. Date ranges on folders reflect the original dates of photocopied material.
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Box 28
Box 28 contains research and source material for Working a Democratic Constitution compiled around the early 1990s. This material consists entirely of photocopies of papers collected at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. Correspondence and memoranda come from the period 1948-1974. Personal papers include those of K. Hanumanthaiya, H.K. Mahtab, K.M. Munshi, A.P. Jain, Jawaharlal Nehru, G.D. Birla, Seth Govind Das, papers of the All India Congress Committee, and others including correspondence of Indira Gandhi. Subjects include secularism, centre-state relations, Congress, elections, and others.
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Box 36
Box 36 contains miscellaneous clippings and photocopies, as well as some notes and library research slips for Working a Democratic Constitution. Clippings are primarily focused on India as well as U.S. foreign relations (1949-1987, most 1970s). Included are a 1971 pamphlet by N.A. Palkhivala, "The Constitution and the Common Man" and a photocopy of Rajeev Dhavan's "The Amendment: Conspiracy or Revolution?" (1978). One folder includes ephemera from Austin's travel to India 1990-1991—a list of people interviewed in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Madras, questions for sources, requisition slips from the National Archives of India, and a few receipts.
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Series 3 includes professional and personal correspondence. Austin's professional correspondence includes letters from his two separate tenures at the State Department (dates), reflecting his focus on Israel and the Middle East, as well as human rights policies and arms sales. Other professional correspondence includes material relating to Austin's job searches, copies of his resume and State Department evaluation forms and qualification statements.
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Academics and Other Activities, 1921-2006

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These records are composed of mostly correspondence and subject files that were created in the course of Ullman's work as an academic, primarily at Princeton University, and in various other positions he held during his career, such as his term on the editorial board of The New York Times. The records also include some of Ullman's published articles and what appear to be notes and research prepared for lectures on European governments and foreign policies. Of note is Ullman's correspondence with well-known individuals in the field of foreign policy, particularly George Kennan.
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The letters in Series 1: Correspondence are primarily personal in nature, though some business correspondence is also included. Most of the correspondence dates from the Birds' time living in the Middle East and India in the 1960s and 1970s, though there are also letters that predate and postdate Eugene's tenure with the Foreign Service. In addition to the Birds' outgoing letters describing their lives to family and friends, the series also contains a large portion of letters that the Birds received from their children and from other Foreign Service families.
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Series 4: Writings includes the Birds' articles, poetry, speeches, and other writings on the Middle East and various topics. Most of the series is composed of Eugene Bird's writings; the majority of Jerine Bird's writings may be found in Series 2: Saudi Arabian Women Projects. Of note are Eugene Bird's notes and other writings related to an unpublished biography of the diplomat George Antonius.