Guide to the Willis E. Stone Papers
1955-1982

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Creator: Stone, Willis E. (Willis Emerson), 1899-
Title: Willis E. Stone papers
Dates: 1955-1982 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 58.5 linear feet (39 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 118
Summary: Collection largely centers around the issue of tax reform and includes correspondence, publications, and administrative materials of four organizations: the American Progress Foundation, the Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes, Inc., the National Committee for Economic Freedom, and the Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A. Also included are Stone's personal papers; research materials for his books, articles, and radio broadcasts; newsclippings; and published articles.
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

Willis Emerson Stone was born in Denver, Colorado on July 20, 1899. He attended local schools and was a graduate of the University of Denver. As a young adult, he was, at various times, a newspaper reporter, an advertising executive, and a realtor. In 1930 he found his niche as an industrial engineer.

He retired from that profession in 1958 to devote his energies to the ratification of the 23rd Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. This was called the Liberty Amendment, and was first proposed by Stone in a newspaper column in 1944. The Amendment, which called for the elimination of the federal income tax, was introduced in Congress in 1959 by James B. Utt. By 1981 it had been ratified in nine states: Wyoming, Texas, Nevada, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi, Arizona, and Indiana.

Stone founded the National Committee for Economic Freedom in 1959 to assist state groups supporting the Liberty Amendment. In 1962, the name was changed to Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A. Stone served as national chairman until he retired in 1976. Stone was also active in the American Progress Foundation and the Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes, Inc. which combined their Board of Directors in 1966 and placed Stone as head. He also served as National Secretary of We, the People, and was a member of the American Legion and the Lions Club.

As an author, Stone wrote a syndicated newspaper column, "American Way," which was featured in. about 3,000 newspapers. He also wrote Where the Money Went (1971) and Ten Lessons on the Constitution (1974). In addition, he served as publisher of American Progress magazine and Fact Sheet.

He had numerous awards bestowed upon him, including: George Washington Medal, 1962, Freedom Foundation; Liberty Award, 13 times 1964-1974, Congress of Freedom; Patriotic Service Medal, 1967, American Coalition of Patriotic Societies; and the American Leadership Award, 1969, We, The People.

Willis E. Stone is retired and currently residing in Florida.

Content Description

The majority of the Stone Papers center around the issue of tax reform, and include correspondence, publications, and administrative materials of four organizations: the American Progress Foundation, the Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes, Inc., the National Committee for Economic Freedom, and the Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A. Also included in the collection are Stone's personal papers; research materials for his books, articles, and radio broadcasts, as well as copies of the articles and broadcast scripts; newspaper clippings which discuss the Liberty Amendment and its progress in the state legislatures; and five scrapbooks dating from 1949 to 1957 containing newspaper articles about Stone as well as copies of his "American Way" column.

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Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Willis E. Stone Papers, Coll 118, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Willis E. Stone personal papers, 1917-1955
  • Administrative records and correspondence, 1956-1962
  • American Progress (magazine)
  • Scrapbooks
  • Phonorecords
  • Addenda, December 1969
  • Addenda, 1976
  • Addenda, 1986

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Collection processed by processing staff.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Willis E. Stone personal papers, 1917-1955
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Stone, Willis Emerson
1 2 Stone, Willis E. Speeches
1 3 Stone, Willis E. Lions Club-Van Nuys, Calif.
1 4 Stone, Willis E. Letters of Commendation
1 5 Stone, Willis. The Federal Corporations
1 6 Stone, Willis E. Political Campaign
1 7 Curious American Column
1 8 American Way
1 9 W.E. Stone – “The American Way”
1 10 Amendment Revision
1 11 Pilot Film
1 12 Hearings – Ways + Means - House
1 13 Ways & Means Comm. Hearings
1 14 Ways & Means Hearings 1958
1 15 California Committee
1 16 Committee – Americanism rally
1 17 Calif. Free Enterprise Assn.
1 18 California Coalition for Freedom
1 19 Operation America
1 20 Resolutions Adopted by Organizations
1 21 Steve Allen Material
1 22 We, The People Organization Data
1 23 Ten Commandments
1 24 We The People
1 25 We The People (indexed) (stencil in file)
1 26 American Progress Foundation Budget
1 27 American Progress Foundation Minutes, Board of Directors
1 28 American Progress Foundation Annual Reports
1 29 American Progress Foundation Treasurer’s Report
1 30 Joint Operating Committee APF and Orfit Correspondence and memos
1 31 Orfit Operating Statements
1 32 Legal Factors APF and Orfit
1 33 Orfit – Reports and Releases
1 34 American Progress Foundation by-laws (superceded)
1 35 American Progress Magazine prospectus and rates
1 36 Magazine * Advertising winter-spring edition
1 37 Copy prepared – 1955 – American Progress Magazine
1 38 American Progress Magazine – receipts for 1955

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Administrative records and correspondence, 1956-1962

Records and correspondence related to American Progress Foundation, Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes, Inc., and the National Committee for Economic Freedom.

Records include minutes, financial records, reports, and administrative memoranda. Correspondence includes 25,000 letters received or sent by officers of, supporters of, and persons interested in the above organizations.

List of major correspondents follows.

Asterisk (*) indicates separate folder.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
2 Alesen, Louis A.
2 *Andrews, Mark
2 *Anthony, Ernest E.
2 Arutunoff, Armais
2 Bachmann, Charles F.
2 Ballou, Frank
2 Banner, Morris E.
2 Barden, Clifford A.
2 Barr, John U.
2 Barton, R. Lyle (Taxpayers, Inc.)
2 Beane, Morris A. (American Capsule News)
2 Beck, Theodore
2 Beebe, Murray C.
3 Beezley, P. C.
3 *Bell, Philip D.
3 Bennett, Robert A.
3 Birch, John (Society. See also Welch, Robert)
3 Blazey, Arthur E.
3 Boardman, George H.
3 Brandt, Arthur J.
3 Breck, Louis W.
3 Brinkman, Edna E.
3 *Bullard, Matt
3 Burke, Thomas G.
3 Cain, Mary Dawson (Sunlit Sun, Summit, Mass.)
3 *Caine, Curtis W.
3 Call, Joseph
3 Campbell, E. K.
3 Cantrell, Hugh
3 Carroll, John W. (Anti-Communist League of America)
3 Carto, Willis A. (Liberty Lobby)
3 Cassil, Virginia I. (Citizens for Political Freedom)
3 *Chance, F. Gano
3 Christian Freedom Foundation (See also George a Cless, Howard Kershner)
3 Clise, James (For Economic Freedom, Inc.)
3 Compton, R. D.
3 Congress of Freedom, Inc. (Thurman McCormick and George Thomas)
3 Conrad, Arthur L. (Heritage Foundation, Inc.)
3 Constitution Party
3 Cornell, Adelbert (Idaho's Lampliter)
3 *Corson, Yrs. Philip L. (Alerted Americans)
3 *Courtney, Kent (Free Men Speak)
4 Crain, Mrs. Kenneth C.
4 *Crippen, John K.
4 Cullen, Hugh Roy
4 Damerell, H. S.
4 Danford, A. M.
4 Davis, Chester A. (For America of California)
4 Davis, Maclin P., Jr.
4 Delaney, L. A.
4 Dempsey, Chester E.
4 Des Cognets, Russell
4 Dickinson,, George W. (Arkansas Free Enterprise Association)
4 *Doenges, James L.
4 *Donati, James E.
4 Donner, Robert
4 Dougherty, Mrs. W. J. (Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation)
4 Dorn, William Jennings Bryan
4 Dresser, Robert B.
4 Dwyer, Thomas L.
4 Embry, Garland, Jr.
4 Erb, Mrs. Ray L. (National Society, D.A.R.)
4 *Everingham, Harry (We the People)
4 Evers, Ray
4 Farrell, Franklin, Jr.
5 Feldhus , William E.
5 Fifield, James W.
5 Fischer, Ray Louis
5 Flett, Austin T.
5 *Flick, Frank
5 Floyd, John Spofford
5 Foley, Dan
5 For America (See also J. Bracken Lee, Clarence Manion)
5 Fouts, Elwood (Freedom in Action)
5 *Fowler, George B.
5 Gaither, Robert L. (American Christian Alliance)
5 Gale, Jack I.
5 Gipson, James H., Sr. (Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho)
5 Gibson, Tom Lee (National Coalition Committee)
5 Goethe, C. M.
5 *Gordon, May K.
5 Graham, T. E.
6 Griffith, Luther G.
6 Guardabassi, Rosalind Wood
6 Gustafson, John A.
6 Gwinn, Ralph
6 Hall, Edwin S. (Freedom, Inc.)
6 *Hanson, Dan
6 Hargis, Billy James
6 *Harker, Wesley R.
6 Harkness, Margaret
6 *Harlow, H. C.
6 Haskell, Frank K. (Volunteers for Constitutional Government of Oregon)
6 *Heinsohn, A. G., Jr.
6 Hickey, J. J. (Wyoming governor)
6 Hiestand, Edgar W.
6 Higgins, James A.
6 Hill, F. Leroy
6 Hoffman, Clare E.
6 *Horne, W. Frank (Constitution Party of the State of Washington)
6 Householder, F. R. (American Security Union, Inc.)
6 Hunter, Mrs. Fraser
6 Hutcherson, J. Kenneth
7 Ibele, Oscar
7 Ide, Sherwood C. (Independence Foundation, Inc.)
7 Isbell, Hope R. (Americans for Conservative Action)
7 *Jobe, Sarah Shields
7 Kahn, J. Kesner (Spiegel)
7 Kaub, Verne P. (American Council of Christian Laymen)
7 Ketell, Herbert R.
7 Kershner, Howard E. (Christian Freedom Foundation, q.v.)
7 *Kimmel, Joseph S., Sr.
7 *King, Gordon Van B.
7 *Knott, Walter
7 Koffman, Max
7 Korda, Geza
8 Landrum, Janes N.
8 Langenberg, Harry F.
8 *Lague, Henry J.
8 Lee, J. Bracken
8 *Lee, Wallace L. (See also Volunteers for Constitutional Government of Oregon, Inc.)
8 Lefevre, Robert (Freedom School)
8 *Lent, Mrs. Milton J. (The Conservatives)
8 Lewis, D. B.
8 Lewis, David J. (South Dakota Committee for Economic Freedom)
8 Linderman, Vernon G.
8 Lindsey, Albert J.
8 Long, Frank E.
8 McDaniel, Martha Lee (Arizona For America)
8 McDonald, Ted (Arizona Committee for Economic Freedom)
8 McIntire, Carl
8 McKenna, Philip
8 McKinley, Maytor
8 Manion, Clarence E. 0"anion Forum)
8 Martin, Franklin L.
9 Maxwell, Robert W. (For Economic Freedom, Inc.)
9 Menefee, Ferdinand
9 Miller, J. Lester
9 Mitchell, Harold H.
9 *Mondale, Walter E.
9 Montgomery, George S.
9 Morse, Douglas C. (American Opinion Speakers Bureau)
9 Moseley, C. C.
9 Mosher, Austin
9 Murchison, R. Bruce
9 Murphy, D. Hayes
9 *Murrell, John M., Jr.
9 Nelson, Alfred H.
9 Nesmith, Robert E.
9 Newland, Thomas A.
9 Nickel, Henry A.
9 Northam, Harry E. (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons)
9 Oliver, Revillo P. (See also John Birch Society)
9 *Olney, Robert C. (Ne taske Committee for Economic Freedom)
9 Olson, Harold J.
9 Opdyke, William Y.
9 *Parker, Thomas
9 Patriots, Inc. (Harlan Hines)
10 Pattison, A., Jr.
10 *Pavey, Charles W.
10 Peck, George
10 Penn, Albert
10 Pew, J. Howard
10 *Phelps, M. T. (Arizona Supreme Court)
10 Poeschel, Harold P. (New Jersey Conservative Club)
10 Prentice, Sartell, Jr.
10 Privet, Mrs. Eule
10 Ramsey, E. H.
10 Ramsey, Hugh S.
10 Readey, Mrs. Robert J.
10 Rickenbacker, Edward V.
10 Ritchey, Robert H.
10 Ritchie, Jess
10 Robnett, George
10 Roosevelt, Archibald (The Alliance, Inc.)
10 Rousselot, John H.
10 *Ruhtenberg, Polly
10 Rumph, Lai
10 Russell, Hubbard
11 *Sargent, S. E. (For America)
11 Schroeder, Mrs. Katherine T. Spaulding
11 Schuchman, F. E.
11 Scott, Rudolf K. (America's Future)
11 *Shanar, George E.
11 *Sherwood, Orville F. (Michigan Committee for Economic Education, Inc.)
11 *Smith, Laurence D.
11 Smith, Raymond F.
11 Smith, Roger W.
11 Smoot, Dan
11 Snorden, Robert B. (Campaign for the 48 States)
11 Southern California Fdison Company
11 Spence, Frances C. (Rockford, Ill. Chamber of Commerce)
11 Spitsbergen, Henry E. (Liberty and Freedom Press)
11 Spurgeon, William H., Jr.
11 Stark, Loren D.
11 Stein, Robert J.
11 Stubbs, J. A.
11 Sugg, Joel Davis (The People Speak)
12 Talmadge, Herman E.
12 Terrell, P. D.
12 Thom, John C.
12 Thomas, George J. (Congress of Freedom, Inc.)
12 Thurmond, Strom
12 Thurston, Lorrin P.
12 Tripp, Vollie
12 Tucker, Gilbert L. (Economic Education League)
12 Utt, James B.
12 Volunteers for Constitutional Government of Oregon, Inc. (See also Wallace Lee, and State chairman file)
12 Wall, C. H.
12 Walker, De Loss
12 Waltman, William D., Jr.
12 Wardenburg, Harry A.
12 Warfield, Mrs. C. C. (Voters U.S.A.)
12 Watumull, David
12 Weinstein, Jay W. (Forum on Current Events)
13 Welch, Robert (See also John Birch Society)
13 West, A. T.
13 Wheeler, J. W.
13 Wheeler, Walter H. (We the People, First Minnesota Council)
13 Whitney, Lloyd E.
13 Whittick, R. H.
13 Wilbur, William Hale
13 Williamson, Robert D.
13 *Williamson, Roger
13 Wilson, William P., Jr.
13 *Wisner, John H. (New Jersey Conservative Club)
13 Womack, Morris K.
13 Woods, M. J.
13 Zader, W. E.
13 Zimmerman, George F. (Conservative Association of Wayne County, Mich.)
Correspondence of State Chairman, National Committee for Economic Freedom 1961-1962
Box
13 Anderson, Tom. Tennessee
13 Andrews, lark. Missouri
13 Anthony, Ernest E. Texas
13 Bass, Reginald W. Indiana
13 Bailey, Arnold. New York treasurer
13 Bell, Philip D. New Hampshire
13 Bullard, Matt. California, 1961 only
13 Bunker, Laurence E. Massachusetts
13 Busby, John V. Arkansas
13 Caine, Curtis W. Mississippi
13 Cardwell, Walter T. New York
13 Casey, George F. Arizona, 1961 only
13 Chance, F. Gann. Missouri, 1961 only
13 Corson, Mrs. Philip L. Pennsylvania
13 Courtney, Kent. Louisiana
13 Crippen, John. Illinois, 1961 only
13 Doenges, James L. Indiana
13 Donati, James E. California
13 Everingham, Harry T. Illinois
13 Flick, Frank, Illinois
13 Fonder, George B. Massachusetts
13 Gardner, Edgar. South Dakota
13 Goetz, Frances Ethel. New Jersey
13 Gordon, Mrs. May K. New York City, 1961 only
13 Hampton, Anne. Virginia
13 Hanson, Dan. Wyoming
13 Harker, Wesley R. Nebraska, 1961 only
13 Harlow, H. C. Arkansas
13 Hart, Harry. Georgia, 1961 only
13 Hatfield, George W. Connecticut
13 Heinsohn, A. G., Jr. Tennessee
13 Herbstreith, Lloyd. Wisconsin
13 Hines, Harlan C. Montana
13 Hitchins, Vernon B. Massachusetts
13 Horne, W. Frank. Washington
13 Howell, Mrs. John P. Idaho
13 Jaggard, R. S. Iowa
13 Jeffers, Arnold P. Arizona, 1961 only
13 Jobe, Sarah Shields. Washington D.C., 1961 only
13 Johannsen, 0. B. New Jersey
13 Kempe, Walter F. Utah
13 Keogh, Brooks. North Dakota, 1961 only
13 Kimmel, Joseph S., Sr. Iowa
13 King, Gordon Van B. New Jersey, 1961 only
13 Knott, Walter. California (director).
13 Kohler, Conrad. Wisconsin, 1961 only
13 Kukowski, Lawrence. North Dakota
13 Lague, Henry J. Maryland
13 Layton, Halstead P. Delaware
13 Lee, Wallace L. Oregon
13 Lent, Mrs. J. Milton. Georgia
13 Lory, Milton M. Iowa
13 Love, Robert. Kansas
13 McKenna, Philip. Pennsylvania
13 Mauldin, Arthur. New Mexico
13 Maxwell, Robert W. Washington
13 Miller, Blaine. North Dakota, 1961 only
13 Mondale, Walter E. Montana
13 Morrison, Lorrin L. Southern California, 1961 only
13 urphy, D. Hayes. Connecticut, 1961 only
13 Murrell, John Y., Jr. Florida
13 Naaden, Bjorne T. North Dakota
13 Newman, Harold E. Alaska
13 Norman, J. H., III. North Carolina
13 Norton, Raymond. Washington
13 Olney, R. C. Nebraska
13 Owen, N. H. Alabama
13 Parker, Thomas. South Carolina
13 Pavey, Charles W. Ohio
13 Payne, Jessica. Vest Virginia
13 Peck, George. Florida
13 Peggs, Harold J. Iowa
13 Phelps, M. T. Arizona
13 Pirnie, Bruce. Massachusetts, 1961 only
13 Putney, Reid T. Virginia
13 Reynolds, Charles H. North Carolina
13 Rose, Flton A. Oklahoma
13 Ruhtenberg, Polly King. Colorado
14 Sargent, S. M. New Mexico, 1961, only
14 Shaner, George F. Nevada
14 Sherwood, Orville F. Michigan
14 Smith, Laurence C. New York
14 Stewart, Jack. Missouri, 1962, Kansas, 1961
14 Suthergreen, Fred S. New York, 1961 only
14 Thompson, George H. Oklahoma
14 Vaaler, Martin. North Dakota
14 Watumull, David. Hawaii
14 Wheeler, Walter H. Minnesota
14 Wilber, Robert F. New Hampshire
14 Williams, V. Hey. Mississippi
14 Williamson, Roter. Connecticut
14 Wisner, John H. New Jersey

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American Progress (magazine)
Container(s)
Description
Box
1 Working files
Includes manuscripts of articles, correspondence with contributors and advertisers, layouts, prospectus.

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Scrapbooks

Includes copies of Willis Stone's newspaper column "This Curious World," programs, broadsides, and newspaper references to the above organizations.

Container(s)

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Phonorecords

Hayfoot Strawfoot, by Willis Stone. Key Records, KLP 1040. Liberty for Me. Song by Jane and Mark Andrews, produced by Operation America.

Container(s)

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Addenda, December 1969
Container(s)
Description
Organization correspondence
Relating to:
  • American Progress Foundation, 1954-1956
  • Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes, 1956-1960
  • National Committee for Economic Freedom and Liberty Amendment Committee, 1963-1967
  • State Chairmen for Liberty Amendment Committee, 1963
The major part of this section is an approximate 35,000 letters received and sent by officers of, supporters of, and persons interested in the above organizations. The correspondence reveals that in 1957 the two organizations, ORFIT and APF, were united by means of a Joint Operating Committee. In 1959, however, Mr. Stone founded the National Committee for Economic Freedom which later became known as the Liberty Amendment Committee.Major correspondents are similar to the list in the original inventory of 1967.
Box
16 1954-1956: A - R
17 1954-1956: S - Z
17 1956: B - Q
18 1956: R - Z
18 1957: A - Z
19 1958: A - Z
19 1959: A - Z
19 1960: A - Z
20 1963: A - M
21 1963: N - Z
21 1963: Correspondence of State Chairmen, Andrews - Kukowski
22 1963: Correspondence of State Chairmen, Laque - Williamson
22 1963: Office files
22 1964: A - Z (outgoing)
23 1964: A - Z (incoming)
23 1965: A - C
24 1965: D - V
25 1965: W - Z
25 1967: A - Z
26 Tape recordings
27 Tape recording
27 Phonograph recording
27 Miscellaneous

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Addenda, 1976
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Correspondence. Liberty Amendment Committee
Outgoing/Incoming/Related.Listed by correspondent.Asterisk (*) denotes separate folder(s).
1963-1972
Box
28 *American Opinion
Box
28 Magazine. 1965-69. 2/2/0
28 Bookstores and Library. 1966-72. 18/20/0
28 Speakers Bureau. 1965-69. 14/28/13
28 *Andrews, Mark. (Missouri, Florida). 1964-71. 52/48/42
28 *Anthony, Ernest E., Jr. (Texas). 1964-71. 28/20/26
See also, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
28 *Bass, Reginald W. (Indiana). 1963-71. 68/59/146
28 *Bate, John T. (Kentucky). 1966-70. 26/21/18
28 *Bayley, Arnold. (New York). 1964-67. 63/41/96
28 *Benson, Ezra Taft. 1966-72. 9/8/4
28 *Berger, Helen (Mrs. Harold Walter Berger). (Nebraska). 1964-68. 30/24/57
28 *Brandt, Arthur J., Jr. (Michigan). 1965-71. 33/33/40
28 *Brunner, F. R. (Maryland). 1968-69. 13/19/42
28 *Butler, Julius. (Illinois). 1966-69. 10/4/6
29 *Caine, Curtis W. (Mississippi). 1964-71. 28/23/92
29 *Carlson, Ernest J. (Colorado). 1968-70. 17/17/11
29 *Chandler, John P. H., Jr. (New Hampshire). 1964-72. 11/7/11
29 *Cheely, Thomas. (Georgia). 1966. 3/1/38
29 *Corson, Mrs. Philip L. (Helen Payson Corson). (Pennsylvania). 1964-73. 41/22/58
29 *Cotton, Norman L. 1963-71. 13/6/21
29 *Courtney, Kent & Phoebe. (Louisiana). (The Independent American; The Conservative Society of America). 1963-70. 30/31/23
29 *Davis, Nord, Jr. (New Hampshire). 1968-69. 10/5/7
29 *Dietrich, Perry E. (Oklahoma). 1965-71. 15/26/21
29 *Diiley, Dorothy. (Iowa). 1967-69. 16/11/2
29 *Doenges, James L. (Indiana). 1964-67. 7/7/6
29 *Donati, James E. (California). 1961-65. 12/8/4
29 *Dorney, Cay (Cathryn L. K.). (New York). 1970-72. 7/11/6
29 *Duhnke, R. E. (Wisconsin). 1966-69. 9/11/9
29 *Everingham, Harry T. (We, The People). 1965-72. 29/47/44
29 *Finkel, Barney. (Missouri). 1969-71. 17/19/15
29 *Fowler, George B. (Massachusetts). 1963-69. 21/36/50
30 *Gavin, B. E. (Ohio). 1964-67. 17/17/4
29 *Geiger, Frederick. (Delaware). 1966-70. 19/18/5
30 *Halm, Joe E. (Alaska). 1963-66. 12/7/6
30 *Hanson, Dan. (Wyoming). 1964-68. 19/21/9
30 *Heinsohn, A. G., Jr. (Tennessee). 1963-71. 7/5/15.
30 *Hendrickson, William H. (Arizona). 1963-64. 8/12/9
30 *Herbstreith, Lloyd G. (Wisconsin). 1961-70. 42/39/23
30 *Higgins, James A. (New York). 1965-72. 26/25/28
30 *Howell, Bernice (Mrs. John P. Howell). (Idaho). 1963-69. 18/27/30
30 *Huse, Donald E. (New York). (Freedom Features). 1964-69. 16/19/24
30 *Jaggard, R. S. (Iowa). 1963-71. 48/42/66
30 *John Birch Society. (Robert Welch, etc.; see also, American Opinion, and John F. McManus). 1964-71. 40/32/24
30 *Kaner, Manuel J. (Michigan). 1972-73. 14/27/35
30 *Kempe, Walter F. (Utah). 1964-68. 10/7/3
30 *Kirby, Jonathon. (Jonathon Kirby Enterprises). 1966-68. 3/12/35
30 *Kitchen, Floyd G. (Missouri). 1964-67. 21/29/23. See also, Mark Andrews
30 *Krieger, G. L. (New Mexico). 1970-72. 16/12/7
30 *Kuxhaus, R. L. (California). 1968-70. 7/3/22
31 *Lemly, William C. (San Diego, Calif.). 1966-71. 63/130/185
31 *Lent, J. Milton. (Georgia). 1964-67. 16/12/4
31 *Long, Gladys. (Colorado). 1965-71. 20/15/15
31 *Lyon, R. W. (California). 1967-71. 14/17/35
31 *Moths, Armin R. (San Diego County, California). 1966-70. 14/14/36
31 * National Association of Retired Civil Employees. (NARCE). 1964-66. 0/0/49. See also, Mollie Ray Carroll, K. L. Muir, Raymond Mundt, John A. Overholt
31 *National Economic Council, Inc. (Willard Rockwell, D. E. Denton, etc.). 1968-72. 14/12/9
31 *Neill, John S. (Delaware). 1966-71. 12/13/12
31 *Nelson, Alfred H. (Florida). 1963-70. 108/116/163
31 *Newman, Harold E. (Alaska). 1964-67. 15/18/24
31 *Nolan, David F. (Massachusetts; National Youth Council). 1964-71. 69/72/1
31 *Norton, Raymond. (Washington). 1964-69. 18/7/27
32 *Olney, Robert C. (Nebraska). (Committee of the States). 1964-69. 15/10/26
32 *Parker, Thomas. (South Carolina). 1964-71, 11/19/6
32 *Patterson, Leo D. (West Virginia). 1966-70. 12/13/5
32 *Pavey, Charles W. (Ohio). 1964-71. 12/16/8
32 *Peters, Marshall E. (Maryland). 1964-66. 15/19/36
32 *Piggott, Donald R. (California). 1963-65. 25/33/42
32 *Pryor, Nelson A. (Maine). 1963-71. 32/32/42
32 *Putney, Reid T. (Virginia). 1964-70. 32/24/6
32 *Reed, George. (Wisconsin). 1967-72. 11/7/15
32 *Richardson, George S. (New Mexico). 1964-72. 48/42/54
32 *Rogers, Bruce A. (Arizona). 1969-71. 15/12/19
32 *Ruhtenberg, Polly King. (Colorado). 1962-69. 72/91/139
32 *Ryan, Arthur R. (New York). 1970-71. 13/11/4
33
33 *Schuchman, F. (Pennsylvania). 1963-71. 72/64/184
33 *Scott, John W. (North Dakota). 1964-71. 28/6/16
33 *Shankey, George W., Jr. (Pennsylvania). 1965-7. 20/13/22
33 *Sharpe, Luther E. (fund-raising consultant). 1964-65. 7/14/12
33 *Solyom, Richard. (New Jersey). 1965-70. 63/88/80
33 *Thoma, Joe A. (Arizona). 1965-67. 13/5/9
33 *Thome, Matt J. (Alaska). 1966-71. 12/16/31
33 *Turner, Edward. (California, Liberty Amendment Committee of Los Angeles County). 1963-67. 9/3/76
33 *Waltz, Ellen M. (Ohio). 1968-72. 22/26/11
33 *Wheeler, Walter H. (Minnesota). 1963-69. 9/9/4
33 *White, Fred H. (Alabama). 1964-69. 19/6/3
33 *Williamson, Roger. (Connecticut). 1962-67. 36/48/28
33 *Wonneman, Leonard. (Maryland). 1966-70. 16/16/24
Box
34 Tearsheets and articles by Willis E. Stone
34 Where the Money Went (book by Willis E. Stone. Typed mss. in 2 folders, and 1 folder of form letters
34 Unprinted material by Willis E. Stone (including radio broadcasts). 1 folder
34 Testimony of Willis E. Stone before the California Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee, 1966. 1 folder
34 Statement of Willis E. Stone before the House Ways and Means Committee of the Congress of the United States, 1969. 1 folder
34 Presentation by Willis E. Stone before the California Senate Rules Committee, 1970. 1 folder
34 Charter Night speech by Willis E. Stone, 1970. 1 folder
34 Advertisements for speeches by Willis E. Stone. (plus itineraries). 1 folder
34 X. Miscellaneous Willis E. Stone material. 1 folder. (includes photos)
34 Clippings about Willis E. Stone. 2 folders
34 William D. Graff's proposed articles. 1 folder
34 Evaluations and recommendations. Prepared for Liberty Amendment Committee by William D. Graff. 1965. 1 folder
34 William D. Graff miscellaneous. 1 folder
34 Articles about John G. Schmitz, by Ellis Emmons Reed. 1 folder
34 Liberty Amendment Committee of the U. S. A. Material by, including bulletins to directors and state chairmen,. June 1963-December 1975. 2 folders
34 Undated material printed by LACUSA. 1 folder
34 Oper-Action Newsletter. 1 folder
34 Miscellaneous intra-office letters and memos. 1 folder
34 LACUSA. Miscellaneous. 3 folders
34 Pamphlets and printed material by LACUSA. 1 folder
34 Fact Sheet. 1 folder
34 Freedom Magazine. 1 folder
34 Report on Freedom. 1 folder
34 In The Cause Of Freedom. Film script. 1 folder
34 Let's Have A Meeting (cassette use and instructions; and transcripts). 2 folders
34 Let's Have A Meeting. 4 cassette albums
34 National Youth Council. 1 folder
35 State and Local Liberty Amendment Committees. Miscellaneous material. 8 folders
Separate folders for California, Florida, Indiana, North Dakota, Northwest Regional, and Oregon
35 Newspaper clippings about Liberty Amendment. 2 folders
35 Newspaper clippings, etc., in support of Liberty Amendment. 8 folders
35 Newspaper clippings, etc., in opposition to Liberty Amendment. 1 folder
35 Scrapbooks

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Addenda, 1986
Container(s)
Description
Box
36 Correspondence: A - O
37 Correspondence: P - Z
37 Unidentified open letters by Stone
Writings by Stone
Box
37 Manuscripts
37 Manuscript for The Book
37 Manuscripts for How To Get It Back
37 Speeches and Radio Broadcasts
37 Interviews with Stone
37 Printed articles by Stone
37 Miscellaneous notes
Personal material
Box
37 Clippings about Stone
37 Publicity for appearances by Stone
37 Memorabilia
37 Photographs
Subject files
Box
37 Alaska
37 American Education Foundation
37 American Individual Enterprise Foundation
37 American Pistol and Rifle Association
37 American Progress Club
37 American Progress Foundation
37 American Seminars - Data
37 Clips of value
37 Conference, Florida, 1981-82
37 Congressional campaign, 1976
37 Congressional campaign, 1980
37 Congressional campaign, 1981
37 Conservative Alliance
37 Constitution - Data
37 Constitution - Items
37 Constitution Party
37 Constitution tapes
38 Convention Committee, 1978
38 Convention report

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Caine, Curtis W.
  • Clise, James William, 1900-1961
  • Courtney, Kent
  • Crippen, John K.
  • Doenges, James L.
  • Everingham, Harry T.
  • Fowler, George Bingham, 1903-
  • Gwinn, Ralph W. (Ralph Waldo), 1884-1962
  • Hanson, Dan
  • Heinsohn, A. G. (Augereau Gray), 1896-1980
  • Jaggard, Robert S.
  • Kimmel, Joseph Stephen
  • King, Gordon van B.
  • Lee, Wallace L.
  • Lemly, William C.
  • Morgenthaler, Paul K.
  • Moths, Armin R.
  • Nelson, Alfred H.
  • Parker, Thomas
  • Peck, George
  • Piggott, Donald R.
  • Prentice, Sartell
  • Ruhtenberg, Polly King, 1907-1983
  • Schuchman, F. E.
  • Smith, Laurence C.
  • Utt, James B.
  • Williamson, Roger
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Progress Foundation.
  • Liberty Amendment Committee of the U.S.A
  • National Committee for Economic Freedom
  • Organization to Repeal Federal Income Taxes
  • Subject Terms :
  • Conservatism
  • Income tax--Law and legislation
  • Libertarianism
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Scripts
    • Sound recordings

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