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Bullard, Arthur, 1879-1929

Born in Missouri in 1879, Bullard graduated from the Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ and attended Hamilton College for two years. He subsequently worked as a probation officer in New York City, during which time he wrote several essays on criminology. His work as a foreign correspondent for various american and european journals, which began in 1904, was highlighted by editorships with THE OUTLOOK (1914) and OUR WORLD (1922-1924). Like his press writings (sometimes published under the pseudonym "Albert Edwards") his later novels, travel books, and political volumes drew on his travels through Eastern and Western Europe, Russia, North Africa, and Central America. Bullard was also a statesman. He served on the Committee on Public Information's divisions in Washington, Western Russia, and Siberia from 1917 to 1919, was chief of the Russian Division of the Department of State from 1919 to 1921, worked for John W. Davis during his presidential campaign in 1924, and was a representative of the League of Nations Non-Partisan Association in Geneva. He died in Geneva on September 10, 1929.

Further details on Bullard's life may be obtained from the "Biographical Material" folders in this collection.

Consists of the papers of Bullard, chronicling the major world political and economic events of World War I and its aftermath. Included are the manuscripts of several of Bullard's novels written under the pseudonym of "Albert Edwards", including COMRADE YETTA (1913) and THE STRANGER (1920), and a large file of miscellaneous writings in the form of articles, essays, memoranda, printed materials, and pertinent correspondence related to various subjects and organizations, such as the Council on Foreign Relations, disarmament, international relations, the Committee on Public Information, the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917, Anglo-American relations, the League of Nations (the Secretariat of which Bullard was a member, 1926-1927), trade, economics, and World War I.

The Papers were the property of Bullard's wife, Ethel Bullard. What was not already in Bullard's private files was collected from the respective owners, as the "Miscellaneous Correspondence re Writings" folder in the Biographical Material section indicates.

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This collection was processed by Andrea Schorr in January 1991. Finding aid written by Andrea Schorr in January 1991.

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Publisher
Public Policy Papers
Finding Aid Author
Andrea Schorr
Finding Aid Date
1997
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. For quotations that are fair use as defined under U. S. Copyright Law, no permission to cite or publish is required. For those few instances beyond fair use, researchers are responsible for determining who may hold the copyright and obtaining approval from them. Researchers do not need anything further from the Mudd Library to move forward with their use.

Collection Inventory

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Series I, Biographical Material - chronologically arranged. The "Biographical Material 1879-1929" folder contains excerpts from a book on Bullard written by Earnest Poole, Arthur Bullard in Russia During the War. There are letters of recommendation from George Creel and Woodrow Wilson for Bullard's Committee on Public Information commission in the "Wilson-Creel Letters 1917" folder.

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Biographical Material, 1879-1929. 1 box.
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Wilson Creel letters, 1917. 1 box.
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Official Papers, 1917-1919. 1 box.
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Telegrams, 1918. 1 box.
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Appointment to State Department, 1920 August. 1 box.
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Memos: Russo-American relations, 1920. 1 box.
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Appointment to League Secretariat, 1926. 1 box.
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Miscellaneous Correspondence re Writings, 1930. 1 box.
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Correspondence with Mrs. O. Holland re Writings, 1935. 1 box.
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1 box

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Series II, Manuscripts of Books - arranged alphabetically by title. These are undated manuscripts of novels, very political in nature, written by Bullard. The manuscript for A Man's World,listed on the original register,is missing. The manuscript for Under the White Terror, which was published in serial form in COLLIER'S, is also missing, but copies of the printed serials are in this section.

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COMRADE YETTA, undated. 1 box.
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AN EXPERIMENT IN ETHICS, undated. 1 box.
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THE STRANGER, undated. 1 box.
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UNDER THE WHITE TERROR, 1906. 1 box.
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Series III, Writings Titles A-Z - alphabetically arranged. These are essays and articles concerning issues for which there are no subject files. The first folder, "Index of Bullard's Writings Published in Periodicals," contains a chronological listing of Bullard's articles, grouped under the name of the journal in which they were published. "The Business of Prostitution," an undated article, was probably written between 1900-1904, when Bullard worked as a probation officer.

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Index of Writings Published in Periodicals, dates not examined. 1 box.
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"The Benificence of Fallacious Ideas", undated. 1 box.
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"The Business of Prostitution", undated. 1 box.
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"Change in America", undated. 1 box.
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"Conflicting Interests in Morocco", 1911. 1 box.
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"Dollar-A-Year Men on Politics", 1919. 1 box.
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Editorials from OUR WORLD, 1922-1924. 1 box.
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"The Escape of Tommy Waite", 1914. 1 box.
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"How Much is a Month?", 1925. 1 box.
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"Indirect Exploitation", undated. 1 box.
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"The Immigration Problem in America", 1925. 1 box.
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"Latin America", 1921. 1 box.
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"Letters of a Vagabond; Algerian Sketches; Carribean Sketches; Latin America; Moroccan Sketches; Moroccan Tales", 1908-1912. 1 box.
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"The Menace of Pan-Islamism", 1913. 1 box.
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Notes for Book on Russia, undated. 1 box.
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"The Only Possibilism", undated. 1 box.
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"Our Children's Land", undated. 1 box.
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"The Politics of War", undated. 1 box.
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"The Populist Vote" and "The Invisible Government", undated. 1 box.
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"The Religion of Reality", undated. 1 box.
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"The Revolutionist", undated. 1 box.
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"Sick Monkeys", undated. 1 box.
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"The Singing Brute", undated. 1 box.
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"Story of a Young Revolutionary", undated. 1 box.
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Tangier Trip Diary, 1909. 1 box.
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"Tenes", undated. 1 box.
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"The Toad's Jewel", undated. 1 box.
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"To American Socialists", 1914. 1 box.
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"A Union of the Americas", 1923. 1 box.
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"What Is It All About?", undated. 1 box.
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"With a Cargo of Black Ivory", 1910. 1 box.
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Series IV, Writings Subjects A-Z - Subject headings are arranged alphabetically, but material under the headings is arranged chronologically. The "Russia" subject file is the largest; Bullard was fluent in Russian and spent a number of years in the country in journalistic and official capacities. His accounts of the Russian Revolutions of 1905 (in "Russia's Revolution: 1905-1906") and 1917 (in "Russia: 1917-1919") might be of particular interest to scholars. Also notable is Bullard's close documentation of the operations of the Committee on Public Information (created by Woodrow Wilson in 1917) in Washington and Russia. Included among the folders on "The War 1914-1918" is a pamphlet entitled "How the War Came to America." Commissioned by Woodrow Wilson as part of the Committee on Public Information's activities, 25,000,000 copies of the pamphlet were printed in a dozen languages. Bullard authored many more careful accounts of World War I Europe, with attention to the post-war tensions among the european colonies that preceded World War II. His involvement in the formation and operation of the League of Nations in Geneva is recorded in several articles and political volumes specifically about the League. A small file of articles from two french socialist newspapers, LES TEMPS NOUVEAUX and LA GUERRE SOCIALE,is under its own subject heading.

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Letters and Articles, 1915-1916. 1 box.
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Proposal for Research Bureau, 1916. 1 box.
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Trip to London (Diary), 1916 May. 1 box.
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The Anglo-American Naval Controversy, 1927. 1 box.
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Outline for Discussion at American Academy of Political and Social, 1927. 1 box.
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The Balkan Wars, 1912-1913. 1 box.
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Memo re Legation to Bulgaria, 1913. 1 box.
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"The Sore Spot of Europe", 1920. 1 box.
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"The Balkans", 1925 July. 1 box.
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1927-1929, 1927-1929. 1 box.
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Correspondence, 1927-1929. 1 box.
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Year Book, 1929. 1 box.
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Notes for Articles, undated. 1 box.
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Criminology Studies, undated. 1 box.
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"We Are Setting Pace of Naval Armaments", 1921 October. 1 box.
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"The A.B.C.'s of Disarmament", 1921 November. 1 box.
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"The A.B.C.'s of Disarmament"--Chinese Translation, 1921. 1 box.
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"Arms and the Instincts", 1922 January. 1 box.
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"The Other View of Disarmament", 1927. 1 box.
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"The Meaning of Defense" (Speech), 1928. 1 box.
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Memo: Anglo-French Agreement re Program of the Preparatory, undated. 1 box.
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"Expanding Japan", 1919 November. 1 box.
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Memo: Chinese Consortium Publicity, 1921. 1 box.
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"Threatened China", undated. 1 box.
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Proposal for Foreign Affairs Review in Century Magazine, 1921 May. 1 box.
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"How Scandinavia Keeps Peace", 1923 May. 1 box.
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"Industry: The Peace Builder", 1923 June. 1 box.
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"Turkey's Bid for America's Aid", 1923 July. 1 box.
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"The War on the Opium Traffic", 1923 November. 1 box.
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"America's Stake in Europe's Deadlock", 1923 December. 1 box.
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"How Europe Looks to Washington", 1924 January. 1 box.
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"Depreciation of 'News' in Europe", 1924 May. 1 box.
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"The American Way in Europe", 1924 June. 1 box.
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"Europe Stacks Arms", 1924 July. 1 box.
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"Foreign Affairs and the Three Parties", 1924 August. 1 box.
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"Germany's Eastern Frontier", 1925 April. 1 box.
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"Morocco", 1925 May 20. 1 box.
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"Benes and the 'New Politics'", 1925 May 25. 1 box.
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"Lindbergh vs. Uncle Shylock", 1927 October. 1 box.
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"Arbitration Policy of the U.S. as Viewed by Others", 1928 July. 1 box.
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"Europe and the Kellogg Treaty", 1928 September. 1 box.
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"Why Europe Accepted the Kellogg Treaty", 1928. 1 box.
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"American Politics", 1928. 1 box.
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Draft of "Naval Disarmament" for 1928 Foreign Relations Survey, 1928. 1 box.
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"The American Inferiority Complex", 1929 July. 1 box.
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Articles from LES TEMPS NOUVEAUX and LA GUERRE SOCIALE, 1907-1908. 1 box.
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"National Defense", 1915 February. 1 box.
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"America and the World's Peace", 1915 August. 1 box.
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"Are We a World Power?", 1915 November. 1 box.
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"Our Relations With France", 1916 November. 1 box.
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"Germany-Mexico-Japan", 1917 March. 1 box.
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"Democracy and Diplomacy", 1917 April. 1 box.
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"Need for More Open Diplomacy", 1917 July. 1 box.
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"Public Opinion in International Relations", 1920 February. 1 box.
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The League and Europe, Latin America, Far East, 1920 November. 1 box.
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"Diplomacy According to Hoyle", 1921 April. 1 box.
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"Are We Drifting to Another World War?", 1922 November. 1 box.
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"Are Statesmen Human?", 1924 March. 1 box.
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Jayne Lectures, dates not examined. 1 box.
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Hoover and Labor, undated. 1 box.
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"Demobilization Dialogues", undated. 1 box.
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Chronology of Peace Negotiations, 1918-1920. 1 box.
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The League as an Instrument for Peace, 1920. 1 box.
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League of Nations as a Campaign Issue in 1924, 1923 December. 1 box.
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"Memel: A European Aspect of the League", 1924 July. 1 box.
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Memel Commission of the League of Nations, 1924. 1 box.
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League of Nations Activities, 1924-1925. 1 box.
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"15 Jurists to Pass on What's What in International Law", 1925 April 12. 1 box.
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"Danzig Anti-Poles See Red Mail Boxes and Then See 'Red'", 1925 April 19. 1 box.
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League--Memo to Secretary General, 1926 May. 1 box.
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Visit of Fosdick & Flexner to Geneva, 1927. 1 box.
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Multi-Lateral Diplomacy and the League of Nations, 1929. 1 box.
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Pamphlets on the League of Nations, 1926. 1 box.
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Geneva--A War Correspondent at Peace Headquarters 1925-1926, undated. 1 box.
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Draft - Geneva, undated. 1 box.
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Memo on the Opium Conference in Geneva, 1925 January 19. 1 box.
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"Our Canal", 1911 June-September. 1 box.
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"Romance of the Panama Canal", 1914 September-October. 1 box.
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"St.Petersburg Massacre and the Russian East Side", 1905 February. 1 box.
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"Russia's Revolution: 1905-1906.", dates not examined. 1 box.
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"An Eye Witness' Story of the Russian Revolution, 1905-1906", 1906 March 3. 1 box.
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"The Opening of the Duma", 1906 June. 1 box.
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"The Peasant's Union", 1906 July. 1 box.
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Two Articles in the INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST REVIEW, 1907 July-August. 1 box.
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"From Tolstoi to Terrorism", 1908 July. 1 box.
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"Vox Populi", 1909 April. 1 box.
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"The Paris Commune", 1909 May. 1 box.
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"The Bear", 1914 December. 1 box.
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"Russian Democracy at Work", 1917 April. 1 box.
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Correspondence of the Committee on Public Information, Russian Division, 1917 October-1918 May. 1 box.
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"Russia: 1917-1919"--A collection of letter excerpts, memos, and articles relating to Russia", 1917-1919. 1 box.
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"Russia: 1917-1919"--typescript, 1917-1919. 1 box.
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"Letters from an American Friend", 1918 February. 1 box.
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"Letters from an American Friend"--first proof of the Russian text, 1918 February. 1 box.
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Sisson's Report on Installation of the Committee on Public Information in Russia, 1918 May. 1 box.
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Memos on the Russian Situation, 1918 July-November. 1 box.
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Correspondence Received at the Moscow Office of the Committee on Public Information, 1918. 1 box.
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Copies of a Russian Periodical Friendly Word, 1918-1919. 1 box.
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Committee on Public Information, Siberian Division Files (2 folders), 1918-1919. 1 box.
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Correspondence of the Committee on Public Information, Siberian Division, 1918-1919. 1 box.
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Otto Glaman's Experience in the Committee on Public Information, Siberian Division, 1919 January-February. 1 box.
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"Certain Aspects of the Bolshevist Movement in Russia", 1919. 1 box.
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Miscellaneous Russian Articles, 1919-1920. 1 box.
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Department of State, Division of Russian Affairs Memorandum, 1920 May. 1 box.
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Report on the Reorganization of the Information Service, 1920 July. 1 box.
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Memo re Publication of the Report of the Communist Congress at Moscow, 1920 October. 1 box.
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Russian Hearings 1921, 1921. 1 box.
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"Russia in the Fabric of International Finance", 1922 March. 1 box.
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"The Scab: A Story of Struggle", April 15. 1 box.
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"Dealing With the Bolsheviki"--early drafts, undated. 1 box.
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"At the Bedside of Mother Russia", undated. 1 box.
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"Review of Professor Dennis' Book on Soviet International Relations 1917-1923", undated. 1 box.
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Comments on Pre-Revolutionary Russian Politics, undated. 1 box.
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Comments on Russian Culture, undated. 1 box.
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West Indian and Panama Trip Diary 1909, 1909. 1 box.
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"The Next Conference--Economic", 1922 January. 1 box.
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"The Credit of the Nations", 1922 September. 1 box.
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"The Closed Door in Our Colonies", 1922 December. 1 box.
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"Will Prosperity Last?", 1923 May. 1 box.
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"Can We Control the Business Cycle?", 1923 June. 1 box.
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"Civilizing World Commerce", 1923 August. 1 box.
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"Can We Beat the Business Cycle?", 1923 December. 1 box.
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An Auto-Interview, 1915 June. 1 box.
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"The War"--articles in THE OUTLOOK, 1915 August-1916 November. 1 box.
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"German Opinion and the War", 1916. 1 box.
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Two Editorials in THE GLEANER, 1917 February. 1 box.
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"How the War Came to America" (pamphlet), 1917 June. 1 box.
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The Politics of War, 1914-1918. 1 box.
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"A War Correspondent on the Responsibilities of the War", 1923. 1 box.
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"The President and the World Conurt", 1923 June. 1 box.
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"Senator Borah and the World Court", 1923 June. 1 box.
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"Building a World Code of Law", 1923 June. 1 box.
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"Control of the Export of Capital", 1927. 1 box.
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The Disarmament Conference: November 1921, 1921. 1 box.
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Series V, Correspondence - arranged alphabetically by sender or receiver's name; it is a collection of general correspondence. The letters concern Bullard's work as a writer and official, although many are somewhat personal in nature. The largest set of correspondence, between Bullard and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Leonora L.S. Bagg, often discusses Bullard's work and plans for the future. There is also extensive correspondence with Colonel Edward M. House--principally typed copies, because most of the originals have been kept with the House Papers Collection at Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University. There is a folder of OUR WORLD miscellaneous general correspondence which covers Bullard's term as editor of that magazine, and a folder of League of Nations Non-Partisan Association correspondence covering his service in that group.

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Avenol, J, 1929 February. 1 box.
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1907 December-1919 August, 1907 December-1919 August. 1 box.
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1920 January-1929 March, 1920 January-1929 March. 1 box.
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Bagg, Leonora L.S.: typescripts, 1911 December-1929 March. 1 box.
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Bryant, F.W., 1920 May. 1 box.
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Capper, Senator Arthur, 1927 December. 1 box.
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1929 January, 1929 January. 1 box.
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1929 May, 1929 May. 1 box.
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Cole, Felix, 1921 March. 1 box.
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Comert, Pierre, 1928 February. 1 box.
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1920 September, 1920 September. 1 box.
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1920 November 2, 1920 November 2. 1 box.
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1920 November 24, 1920 November 24. 1 box.
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1922 October, 1922 October. 1 box.
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1923 May, 1923 May. 1 box.
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1923 June, 1923 June. 1 box.
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1927 November, 1927 November. 1 box.
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1927 December, 1927 December. 1 box.
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a. Bullard to C. Bauer, 1925 August. 1 box.
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b. Memos on the Geneva Office, undated. 1 box.
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Davis, Norman H, 1920 July. 1 box.
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1920 July, 1920 July. 1 box.
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1921 December, 1921 December. 1 box.
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Drummond, Sir Eric, 1926 July. 1 box.
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Drummond, Sir Eric (League of Nations Correspondence), 1926 December-1929 January. 1 box.
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1927 December, 1927 December. 1 box.
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1928 February, 1928 February. 1 box.
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1928 April, 1928 April. 1 box.
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1928 December, 1928 December. 1 box.
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Fairchield, David, 1920 September. 1 box.
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General Correspondence, 1906-1925. 1 box.
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Hapgood, 1920 March. 1 box.
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Hiam, Tom, 1928 May. 1 box.
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Hoover, Herbert, 1921 November. 1 box.
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Hoover, Herbert, 1926 May. 1 box.
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House, Colonel Edward M.: Notes on the Correspondence, dates not examined. 1 box.
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House, Colonel Edward M, 1915-1916. 1 box.
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House, Colonel Edward M.: "Diplomatic Diplomacy", 1916 July. 1 box.
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House, Colonel Edward M, 1917-1927. 1 box.
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Houston, 1922 October 18. 1 box.
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Houston, 1922 October 20. 1 box.
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Jones, 1920 August. 1 box.
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Knox, General, undated. 1 box.
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League of Nations Non-Partisan Association Correspondence, 1925 March-November. 1 box.
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Lorimer, George M, 1920 January. 1 box.
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MacMurray, J.V.A., 1929 March. 1 box.
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De Madariaga, Salvadore, 1929 May 6. 1 box.
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McDougal, Dr. William, 1927 December. 1 box.
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1919 November, 1919 November. 1 box.
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1922 March, 1922 March. 1 box.
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1923 June, 1923 June. 1 box.
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1920 July, 1920 July. 1 box.
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1922 October, 1922 October. 1 box.
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1922 November, 1922 November. 1 box.
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1923 March, 1923 March. 1 box.
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1923 June, 1923 June. 1 box.
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Osbourne, Lithgow, 1921 January. 1 box.
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OUR WORLD General Correspondence, 1921 December-1924 June. 1 box.
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Phillips, Hon. William, 1915 September. 1 box.
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Plunkett, Sir Horace, 1921 July. 1 box.
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1918 May, 1918 May. 1 box.
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1920 September, 1920 September. 1 box.
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1929 March, 1929 March. 1 box.
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1919 October, 1919 October. 1 box.
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1925 May, 1925 May. 1 box.
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1925 December, 1925 December. 1 box.
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Rowe, Dr. L.S., 1921 August. 1 box.
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1926 October, 1926 October. 1 box.
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1927 December, 1927 December. 1 box.
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Sisson, Edgar, 1920 May. 1 box.
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Sweeter, Arthur, 1928 April. 1 box.
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Taylor, Graham, 1923 June. 1 box.
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Weyle, Walter, 1919. 1 box.
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Wilbur, Dr. Ray Lyman, 1929 April. 1 box.
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Wilson, Woodrow, 1917. 1 box.
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Scope and Contents

Series VI, Photographs and Post Cards - are arranged chronologically. The photographs were taken in Russia and Poland, probably in conjunction with Bullard's political work there; the subjects are military officers, members of the Committee on Public Information, villagers, victims of Jewish pogroms, and landscapes and buildings. The post cards are depictions of local landscapes, interiors, and paintings.

The folders contain photocopies of the photographs and postcards. The researcher must use the photocopies of this material. The originals are stored separately and are made available after an initial consultation with the photocopies.

Note: A White Russian banknote, minted in 1918, was removed from the collection.

Physical Description

3 boxes

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3 boxes

Central Russia during Revolution, 1905. 1 box.
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1 box

Poland (?), 1905. 1 box.
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1 box

Caucasus under Old Regime, circa 1905. 1 box.
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1 box

Victims of Jewish Pogroms in Poland or Western Russia, 1905-1906. 1 box.
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1 box

Speech from the throne of Emperor Nicholas II, St. Petersburg (including negative), 1906. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Committee on Public Information, 1918-1919. 1 box.
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1 box

Unidentified, undated. 1 box.
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1 box

Original Photographs, 1904-1919. 1 box.
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1 box

Negatives, undated. 1 box.
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1 box

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1 box

Black and White, undated. 1 box.
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1 box

Color, undated. 1 box.
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1 box

Print, Suggest