Guide to the James W. Clise Papers
1932-1961

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Creator: James W. Clise, 1900-1961
Title: James W. Clise papers
Dates: 1932-1961 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 15.0 linear feet (10 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 114
Summary: James W. Clise (1900-1961) held executive positions in Asbestos Supply Companies and several vermiculite companies and was involved in libertarian political activities. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, personal and business files, speeches, articles, and published letters.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

James W. Clise was born in Seattle, Washington, on September 1, 1900. He graduated from Yale in 1922 with a Bachelor of Science degree. He was marries twice, once to Eunice Padelford with whom he had four children, and once to Dagny Wulf. His professional life centered in Seattle, as did the coordination of his libertarian political activities. Clise held executive positions in Asbestos Supply Companies, 1923-1951, and several vermiculite companies. He was also a member of numerous professional, civic, and recreational organizations.

By maintaining several mailing lists, Clise acted as an unofficial hub of conservative and libertarian political interchange. He coordinated distribution of letters, statements, speeches, pamphlets, books and movies, and radio shows to selected businessmen, local government officials, congressmen, and other interested parties. He worked in numerous organizations which advocated libertarian principles of personal freedom of choice, individual responsibility, limitation of government spending, taxation and decentralization of power. These organizations included For America, America' s Future, the Campaign for the 48 States, the Church League of America, Foundation for Economic Education, International Survives of Information Foundation, Intercollegiate Society of Individuals, and Youth for Goldwater.

In order to locate some of the causes of friction between economic groups and to facilitate better understanding, Clise conducted public opinion polls in labor halls, service clubs, civic executive meetings, women's clubs, church organizations, and college and high school groups. Clise also worked hard to coordinate support within these groups for the 23rd amendment, or the Bricker amendment.

In addition to keeping lines of communication open between political groups, Clise corresponded extensively with a number of conservative and libertarian individuals, such as: T. Coleman Andrews, Frederick E. Baker. Faldy A Harper, Henry Hazlitt, James C. Ingebretsen, Robert LeFevre, Lawrence Timbers, and William C. Mullendore. Clise also supported conservative authors such as Bryton Barron, Ludwig von Mises and Elwood Smith. Close continued many of these activities until his death in 1961.

Content Description

The James W. Clise Papers consist basically of one main series of correspondence and subject files arranged alphabetically by individuals or organizations. There are a few personal and business files at the end of the collection, as well as some of Clise's speeches, articles, and published letters.

Mr. Clise corresponded regularly with the leaders of the American conservative movement and his letters detail the philosophy which he and others developed in the post-war period. As a contributor of financial and philosophical assistance, Clise's correspondence is vital to the student of the conservative movement.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], James W. Clise Papers, Coll 114, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Or.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

Series: Correspondence and Subject Files

Series: Personal and Business Files

Series: Clise Speeches, Articles, Published Letters, etc.

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of James W. Clise in 1961.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by processing staff, October 2006.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Correspondence and Subject Files
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 A -- General
1 Ad on foreign policy for America 1955
1 Agrarian Reform 1955
1 Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals 1952-1953
1 American Bureau for Medical Aid to China 1951-1961
1 American China Policy Association (Alfred Kohlberg) 1951-1954
1 American Council of Christian Laymen (Verne P. Kaub) 1957
1 American Economic Foundation. General 1949-1960
1 American Economic Foundation Pacific Northwest District 19532-1954
1 American Economic Foundation. Program in Latrobe. Pennsylvania 1951-1952
1 American Enterprise Association 1956-1961
1 American Farm Bureau Federation 1955
1 American Mercury 1951-1957
1 American Motors. (George Romney) 1957-1958
1 Americans for Constitutional Action. (Ben Moreell) 1956-1959
1 America's Future. (John T. Flynn) 1947-1960
1 Andelson, Robert Vernon. (Arlington College) 1955-1957
1 Anderson, Robert B. (U.S. Secretary of Treasury) 1959
1 Andrews, Lloyd (Washington State Superintendent of Schools) 1956-1958
1 Andrews, T. Coleman 1956
1 Anti-subversion laws 1954
1 Armstrong Cork Company (H.W. Prentis, Jr.) 1956-1960
1 Arnold, Lawrence 1956-1958
1 Asia Foundation. (Asia College) 1955-1956
1 Association of Washington Industries 1957-1961
1 Automobile Club of Washington 1949-1954
1 B -- General
1 Baker, Dorothy 1957-1958
1 Baker, Fredrick E 1944-1954
1 Bank of America 1952-1954
1 Bannon, Thomas J. (Western Gear Works, Seattle) 1951-1952
1 Bantz, William 1958
1 Barrie, Jay 1958-1959
1 Barron, Bryton: "Inside the State Department 1957-1959
1 Bayley, Frank S., Sr 1952-1958
1 Beezley, P. C 1959
1 Better Business Standards Association 1951
1 Bierly, Ivan R. (William Volker Fund) 1958-1959
1 John Birch Society. (Robert Welch) 1955-1960
1 Birnie, Helen W 1956
1 Blum, Walter 1957
1 Bogs bill. (H. R. 2815) 1956
1 Books. (Buying list) 1957-1959
1 Bradford, Ralph: "Heritage" 1954-1958
1 Browne, Edward Rambo 1954-1960
1 "Bullets, blood and brothels" 1956
1 Business holdings of universities 1947-1948
1 Butterbaugh, Grant I. (University of Washington) 1959
1 C -- General
1 Cain, Harry P 1949-1955
1 Camp Columbia Incorporated, Whits Salmon, Washington 1960-1961
1 Campaign for the 48 states. (Robert B. Snowden) 1955-1957
1 Canada General Fund 1955-1959
1 Canwell, Al 1950-1957
1 Caraher, Joe 1954
1 Care. Hong-Kong project 1954-1955
1 Castle, Eugene W.: "The great giveaway" 1959
1 Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho. (J. H. Gipson, Sr.) 1955-1958
1 Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.A 1952-1958
1 China Club of Seattle 1949-1961
2 China Institute in America 1951-1957
2 Chodorov, Frank 1957-1958
2 Christian Freedom Foundation (Howard E. Kershner) 1958-1959
2 Church League of America; National Laymen's Council. (George Robnett) 1951-1960
2 Citizens Information Committee, Tacoma, Washington 1953-1954
2 City manager government, Puyallup, Washington 1950-1951
2 Civic Projects: County reorganization merit system 1949-1950
2 Civic Projects: National and international 1950-1951
2 Civic Projects: State 1944-1952
2 Clinchy, Russell J. (Church in the Gardens) 1954-1959
2 College of Puget Sound 1952-1955
2 Committee against Summit Entanglements. (Robert Welch) 1959
2 Committee for Constitutional Government. (Will I. King; Edward A. Rumely) 1949-1957
2 Committee for Economic Development 1951-1954
2 Committee for One Million. (Marvin Leibman) 1954-1957
2 Committee to Defend America by Aiding Anti-Communist China 1949-1953
2 Committee to Proclaim Liberty 1951
2 Communism 1959
2 Communism: Mrs. John T. McCullough 1951
2 Community Chest: Weaknesses 1957
2 Community Memorial Hospital 1952
2 Congress of Freedom, San Francisco, California 1955
2 Contributions and solicitations 1953-1961
2 Courtney, Kent 1959-1960
2 Crane, Jasper E 1957-1960
2 D -- general
2 Devin-Adair Company, Publishers 1955-1958
2 DeMille Foundation 1950-1957
2 Dickinson, Phillips 1955-1959
2 Dubach, U. G 1957-1959
2 Dwinnell, Stanley 1954-1961
2 E -- general
2 Economic Work Shop, University of Washington 1959
2 Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy. (Walter E. Spahr) 1951-1961
2 Edison, Charles 1952-1957
2 Eisenhower, Dwight D 1949-1957
2 Embree, Charlie (Whitworth College) 1957-1958
2 Eminent Domain 1959
2 Episcopal Church 1947-1960
2 F -- general
2 Fair Employment Practices Committee 1948
2 Fairchild, Fred R.: "Understanding out Free Economy" 1957-1958
2 Faith and Freedom. February 1957
2 Federal aid vs. Public education 1956
3 Foundation for Economic Education: I (Leonard E. Read, W. M. Curtiss, Edmund A. Opitz) 1951-1961
3 Foundation for Economic Education: II 1951-1961
3 Foundation for Economic Education: III 1951-1961
3 Foundation for Economic Education: IV 1951-1961
3 Foundation for Economic Education: V 1951-1961
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Bunny letters 1957
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Clipping File
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Distribution of Mussatti's "Constitution of the U. S" 1955
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Distribution of Read's "Government -- and Ideal Concept" 1954-1955
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Distribution of Read's "How to Win a War" 1960
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Distribution of Harpers "Why wages rise" 1958
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Leonard Read luncheon 1954
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Miscellaneous projects 1957-1959
3 Foundation for Economic Education: "Notes" 1960
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Operation Clergy 1956-1957
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Printed matter 1955-1960
3 Foundation for Economic Education: "The Remnant" 1957-1960
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Replies to Clise's solicitation letter 1952
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Report on Freedom 1956-1957
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Reserves 1958-1959
3 Foundation for Economic Education: Elwood Smith Letter Project 1957
3 Fenstermaker, J. R 1954-1959
3 Ficken's report 1951
3 Fifield, James W., Jr 1957-1958
3 Fitch, Geraldine 1952-1959
3 Fluoridation 1956-1959
3 For America 1955-1958
3 Form letters on annual meeting or corporations 1954
3 Fort Wayne Civic Association Newsletter 1949
3 Forty Mill Tax Committee 1949-1960
3 Foundation for International Understanding through Students 1954-1959
3 Fowler, George B. (Valley Paper Company) 1959
3 Free Men Speak, Incorporated. (Kent and Phoebe Courtney) 1957
3 Free Workers Political Action Committee 1951
3 Freedom Forum: XVI 1955
3 Freedom Forum: XVII 1956
3 Freedom Forum: XX 1959
4 Freedom Forum: XXI 1960
4 Freedom Foundation, Valley Forge 1956-1959
4 Freedom Fund (Carl T. Chadsey) 1958-1960
4 Freedom Libraries 1954
4 Freeman, Roger 1959
4 The Freeman 1951-1958
4 Friedman, Milton 1957
4 Freight rates (Fred H. Tolan) 1960
4 Fuller, Edward J 1952-1955
4 G -- general
4 Gellert, N. H 1951-1960
4 Goddard, W. G.: "Report on Formosa" 1955
4 Gold Standard. I 1952
4 Gold Standard. II 1952
4 Gold Standard. III 1952
4 Gold Standard League. (Philip McKenna) 1952-1955
4 Gold Standard League: Washington State Organization 1952
4 Goldwater, Barry 1960
4 Government Research Incorporated 1949
4 Granite, Mark 1952-1958
4 Graves, Morris 1948-1949
4 Green, Joshua 1949-1958
4 Greene, Taylor M 1956
4 Gregersen, Magnus I 1956-1960
4 Guarantee Trust Company of New York 1958-1959
4 Gwinn, Ralph 1957-1961
4 H -- general
4 Haggemann, H. Frederick, Jr 1959
4 Harbor Plywood Corporation, Aberdeen, Washington 1953
4 Harding College 1949-1961
4 Harding College: Freedom Forum 1952
4 Harper, F. A. (William Volker Fund; Foundation for Voluntary Welfare) 1957-1961
4 Harper, F. A.: "Public dis-utilities 1956
4 Hausske, Gene 1954-1958
4 Hawkes, Albert W 1949-1957
4 Hazlitt, Henry. (Newsweek) 1957-1959
4 Hazlitt, Henry: "The Seemy side of TVA" 1955
4 Heard's Gerald 1957-1959
4 Hell's Canyon Dam 1957
4 Holmes, Hal 1955-1959
4 House un-American Activities Committee 1960
4 Human Events 1956-1960
4 Humphrey, George M 1956-1957
4 Hutchinson, B. E 1958-1960
4 I -- general
4 International Services of Information Foundation 1958-1960
5 Ingebretsen, James C. (Spiritual Mobilization; Foundation for Social Research) 1952-1961
5 Institute of Life Insurance 1959
5 Intelligence Digest 1950-1959
5 Intercollegiate Society of Individualists 1955-1961
5 International Rescue Committee. (Operation Brotherhood) 1955
5 Investors League 1951-1961
5 Investors League: Essay contest 1952
5 J -- general
5 Jackson, Henry M 1953-1958
5 Jain, Prakash (Voice of India) 1959-1960
5 Jeffersonian Democrats 1952
5 Jewish problem 1956-1957
5 Johnston, Eric 1958-1959
5 Jones, Mark M 1958-1960
5 Judd, Walter H 1953-1956
5 Junior Achievement of Seattle 1955-1958
5 K -- general
5 Kiplinger Washington Agency 1949-1956
5 Knowland, William F 1956-1957
5 Kohlberg, Alfred 1953-1959
5 Khrushchev, Christ or K 1959
5 L -- general
5 Lake Washington bridge 1959
5 Langenberg, Harry 1958-1961
5 Langlie, Arthur B 1951-1956
5 Lawrence, David 1955-1957
5 Lawson, Kenneth 1949-1959
5 Lee, J. Bracken (American Statesman) 1957-1960
5 LeFevre, Robert (Freedom School) 1956-1961
5 Lewis, Fulton Jr 1959-1960
5 Library for technical research 1958
5 Life Insurance Policyholders Protective Association 1949-1955
5 Life Line. (Wayne Poucher) 1958-1961
5 Lilienthal, David: "What price Israel" 1957
5 Lincoln Educational Foundation 1955-1957
5 Lindsey, A. J 1958-1959
5 Long, Hamilton 1954-1958
5 M -- general
5 McCarran Immigration Law 1953
5 McIntire, Carl (Twentieth Century Reformation Hour) 1958-1960
5 McLaughlin, Frank 1955-1958
5 Magnuson, Warren G 1949-1959
5 Mailings. General I
6 Mailings. General II
6 Mailings. General III
6 Mailings. General IV
6 Mailings: American Legion resolutions 1955
6 Mailings: Devin-Adair book project 1955
6 Mailings: The Freeman 1954
6 Mailings: Heritage 1952-1955
6 Mailings: Magazines to foreign countries 1952
6 Mailings: The Road Ahead 1950
6 Mailings: Robinson Crusoe 1952
6 Mailings: Spiritual Mobilization calendar 1958
6 Mailings: Why wages rise 1957
6 Mailings: Words to live by calendar 1956
6 "Mainspring" by Richard Weaver 1955-1961
6 "Mainspring": Boy Scouts of America Project 1959
6 "Mainspring": China Club 1960
6 "Mainspring": Memorial gifts 1957-1958
6 "Mainspring": Pacific Northwest Development Association 1957
6 Manion, Clarence 1952-1960
6 May, Catherine 1958-1959
6 Mayer Report 1958
6 Mitchell, Harry O'Daniel 1952-1953
6 Montana school district lists 1954
6 Moran Junior College 1932-1933
6 Morrison, Jay: "A date which will live in infamy" 1951-1957
6 Mullendore, William C 1954-1958
6 Municipal League of Seattle and King County 1944-1961
7 N -- general
7 National Association of manufacturers 1951-1960
7 National Conference of Government (National Municipal League) 1955
7 National Economic Council. (Merwin K. Hart) 1951-1959
7 "N. E. A. Got its Fingers Burned" 1955
7 National Education Program (Harding College) 1955-1958
7 National Federation of Republican Women 1956
7 National Municipal League 1951-1957
7 National Republic 1955-1957
7 National Review (William F. Buckley, Jr.) 1955-1960
7 National Survey of Conservatives 1959-1960
7 National Tax Equality Association 1955-1959
7 Navy, Featherbedding 1948-1956
7 "Nine Men Against America" by Rosalie Gordon 1958
7 Nixon, Richard M 1957-1959
7 Non-tax supported colleges (Associations of Non-tax-supported colleges and universities in Washington Incorporated) 1954-1955
7 Northwest Citizens Defense Committee 1953
7 Northwest Memorial Hospital Association 1952-1958
7 O -- general
7 Olympic games 1959
7 Opitz, Edmund A.: "The powers that be; cause studies of the church in politics" 1956
7 Oxford group 1934
7 P -- general
7 Pacific Northwest Development Association 1955-1960
7 Padelford, Mr. and Mrs. F. M 1950-1959
7 Parkinson, C. Northcote: "Parkinson's Second Law" 1960
7 Paton: "Shirtsleeve economics" 1959
7 Parker, Loyd: "Gold report" 1959
7 Pelly, Thomas M 1953-1960
7 People's National Bank of Washington 1951-1958
7 Pepperdine College 1954-1959
7 Petersen, Arthur W 1959
7 Peterson, William H 1959-1960
7 Petro, Sylvester: "labor policy of the free society" 1957
7 Pew, J. Howard 1957-1960
7 Pike, Claude 1960
7 Pinel Foundation 1948-1951
7 Poling Daniel A.: "Anti-reds" 1950
7 Political. General 1950-1959
7 Political: Al Canwell for Congress Committee 1952
7 Political: City 1958-1960
7 Political: Constitution Party 1959-1960
7 Political: Dear Bob 1959
7 Political: Fall campaigns 1952-1958
7 Political: King County 1950-1958
7 Political: National 1950-1961
8 Political: National. Washington State Congressmen 1950
8 Political: National. 1960 elections 1960
8 Political: National. Presidential elections 1952
8 Political: "Questionnaire" 1960
8 Political: Republican Campaign Committee of Washington 1951-1954
8 Political: State. I 1950-1951
8 Political: State. II
8 Political: State. III
8 Political: U.S. Congress. Walt Woodward Campaign 1950
8 Pollock, David. Job Research, Incorporated 1954-1960
8 Post Office Department 1950-1960
8 Pound, Roscoe: "Legal Immunities of Labor Unions" 1957
8 Pro America (National Organization of Republican Women) 1951-1955
8 Preferential voting 1958
8 Project X 1958
8 R -- general
8 Railroad rates 1958
8 Rainier Club 1959
8 Reader's Digest 1960-1961
8 Henry Regnery. Company 1958
8 Reinhardt. Bryson 1956-1959
8 R.O.T.C. Oath 1955
8 Richardson Foundation 1957
8 Robinson, Claude (Opinion Research Corporation Princeton Panel) 1957
8 Rogge, Ben A. (Wabash College) 1958-1959
8 Rotenberg, Simon (University of Chicago) 1960
8 Rowe, David N. (Yale University) 1957
8 Russell, Dean 1958-1960
8 Russia and the Big Red Lie by Lloyd Mallon 1959-1960
8 S -- general
8 SPX. (Tome R. Hutton) 1960-1961
8 St.-Ivanyi, Alexander 1958-1961
8 Sample literature 1948-1950
8 "Say it safely" by Paul Ashley 1957
8 School directors project 1954-1955
8 Schoolmaster case, by Jay Morrison 1957-1958
8 Schwarz, Fred C 1957-1958
8 Schwepe, Alfred J 1955-1958
8 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1959
8 Seattle Foundation 1949-1951
8 Seattle Post Intelligencer editorial 1950-1954
8 Seattle Public Library 1950-1956
8 Seattle Symphony 1950
8 Silver 1953
8 Single tax 1957-1958
8 Shosshone County Anti-Communist Association (Nellie L. McCarthy) 1952-1953
8 Smith College 1954
8 Smoot, Dan 1956-1961
8 Smoot, Dan: H. J. R. 355 1957
8 Smoot, Dan: Socialist Insecurity project 1957
8 Smoot, Dan: March 25, 1957 project 1957
8 Smoot, Dan: Wire to Herbert Hoover Jr 1956
8 Social Security 1957-1960
8 Spengler, Oswald 1959
8 Spring Chadbourne 1954
8 Standard Insurance Company 1950-1960
8 Stans, Maurice H.: "Responsibility; formula fro progress" 1960
8 Stoddard, Robert W.: "How ripe is U.S. for plucking?" 1960
8 Stone, Willis E. (American Progress Foundation) 1955-1957
8 Student Loyalty Oaths 1951-1960
9 Students for America. (Bob Andelson) 1953-1955
9 Subversives 1955
9 "Summit" 1960
9 T -- general
9 Taft-Hartley Act 1954
9 Tariff 1960
9 Tax exemption of co-operatives 1950-1951
9 Tax Revolt 1959
9 Tax Revolt, Ritzville, Washington 1959
9 Thatcher School 1951-1959
9 Thanksgiving project 1958
9 Timbers, Lawrence (advertising Specialty Company) 1955-1961
9 Tollefson, Thor C 1954-1955
9 Tri-city Herald, Pasco, Washington 1950
9 "Two ways to slavery" by James Rogers 1959
9 U -- general
9 Un-American activities 1948-1950
9 Union Printers' bug 1949-1952
9 United Good Neighbors 1954-1960
9 Unitarian project 1956-1957
9 United Nations and UNICEF 1954-1956
9 United Nations booklet 1960
9 United Nations (Tax exemption) 1955
9 United States Junior Chamber of Commerce 1955
9 United States Steel brochure 1958
9 U.S.A. Bill of Right fable 1950
9 V -- general
9 Voluntary Unionism (Right to work) 1952
9 Von Mises, Ludwig 1959
9 W -- general
9 Walla Walla Union Bulletin (John G. Kelly) 1952
9 Washington. Assessors 1955
9 Washington: State Pollution Control Commission 1954
9 Washington: State Research Council (Washington State Taxpayers Association) 1950-1961
9 Washington: University 1955-1959
9 Watts, V. Orval 1957-1960
9 Weeks, Sinclair 1957
9 Western Tax Council 1960
9 Westland, Jack 1955-1958
9 White, Andrew Dixon: "Fiat money inflation in France 1959
9 Whitworth College 1954-1960
9 Williams, J. Harvie: "I sensible budget" 1959
9 Williams, W. Walter 1952-1954
9 Wire tapping law 1954-1955
9 "Wolf pack is now after Senator Eastland," by G. W. Robnett 1956
9 World Affairs Council 1952-1954
9 World's Fair 1959
10 XYZ -- general
10 Yale-in-China (W. R. Wheeler) 1952-1960
10 Yale-in-China: Fund raising campaign 1948
10 Yale University 1948-1957
10 Yale University: Scholarships holders 1956
10 Yale University: Torch Society 1955
10 Yankus, Stanley Jr 1958-1959
10 Young Americans for Freedom 1960-1961
10 Young Men's Christian Association 1958
10 Zonolite Company 1951-1959

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Personal and Business Files
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
10 Asbestos Building Partnership (George Baccrich) 1939-1951
10 Asbestos Supply Company of Seattle 1932-1951
10 Celotex Corporation (Regional corporations) 1948-1951
10 James Clise Fund 1952
10 Letters to and from parents 1935-1936

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Clise Speeches, Articles, Published Letters, etc
Container(s)
Description
Box
10 Form letters
10 Letters to the editor
10 Miscellaneous comments
10 Speeches
10 Writings

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Baker, Frederick E., 1908-
  • Harper, F. A. (Floyd Arthur), 1905-1973
  • Hazlitt, Henry, 1894-
  • Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964
  • Ingebretsen, James C., 1906-
  • James W. Clise, 1900-1961--Correspondence
  • Kohlberg, Alfred, 1887-1960
  • LeFevre, Robert, 1911-
  • Mullendore, William Clinton, 1892-
  • Timbers, Lawrence, 1897-
  • Corporate Names :
  • America's Future (Organization).
  • Church League of America
  • For America (Organization)
  • Foundation for Economic Education, inc.
  • Intercollegiate Society of Individualists
  • International Services of Information Foundation
  • John Birch Society
  • National Economic Council (U.S.)
  • National Education Program (U.S.)
  • Subject Terms :
  • Businessmen--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Conservatism
  • Conservative literature--United States
  • Libertarianism--United States
  • Political activists--United States--Correspondence

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