[Qcea-167-2]

Papers prepared for Mr. J.C. Grew. Vol. 2.

Papers prepared for the use of Mr. Joseph C. Grew between the beginning of January and the end of May, 1943
by Paul M.A. Linebarger, 2nd Lt. AUS
II of a series
Collected for binding 14:V:1943 in Washington D.C.
iv, 372 leaves ; 27 cm.

[contents][leaf]
PAPERS PREPARED FOR MR. JOSEPH C. GREW
PAUL M.A. LINEBARGER
1943
[half title page]
    Notice!

This is the second volume in a manuscript series of drafts which were prepared for Mr. Joseph C. Grew by Paul M.A. Linebarger, 2nd Lt. AUS, stationed at Region VII (Far East), Overseas Branch, OWI.

NO OTHER COPY OF THIS BOOK EXISTS

PAPERS PREPARED FOR THE USE OF
MR. JOSEPH C. GREW
BETWEEN THE BEGINNING OF JANUARY AND
THE END OF MAY, 1943

by
PAUL M.A. LINEBARGER, 2nd Lt. AUS

II of a Series

COLLECTED FOR BINDING 14:V:1943
IN WASHINGTON D.C.
[title page]
TABLE OF CONTENTSi-iv
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON

DRAFTS OF ARTICLES AND SPEECHES
BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1943

Return to Paul M.A. Linebarger, 2nd Lieut. AUS at
3305 Social Security Building (REpublic 7500, ext. 74016) or
1341 New Hampshire Avenue, n.w., Washington D.C. (MIchigan 6726).
[added title page]
January



3    Washington    Radio Broadcast 7:30 p.m.
...
May



26    Cambridge    Phi Beta Kappa
27    Cambridge    Harvard University Commencement
Degrees confidential

[Mr. Grew's Schedule]
1
Proposed Speaking Engagements of Ambassador Joseph C. Grew2
MR. GREW'S SOUTHERN TOUR SCHEDULE3-15
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
December 31, 1942
Dear Dr. Linebarger:
    The enclosed letter from Mr. C. C. Williams, President of Lehigh University, explains itself ...
Joseph C. Grew
...
16
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

    Following the rather grim picture of Japan's superior military prowess [sic] ending near the bottom of page 5, ...
C.C. Williams
17
[an envelope to Linebarger]18
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
January 2, 1943
...
Dear Lt. Linebarger:
    Here, Sir, is a tailor-made situation for putting Grew's message about Japan in the proper countries. ...

Robert J. Blakely
...
19
January 2, 1943
...
Dear Mr. Grew:
    This is to confirm our telephone conversation of a moment ago concerning the broadcast ...

Robert J. Blakely
Special Assistant
Bureau of Special Operations
20
SUGGESTED DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BEFORE THE PHILADELPHIA WAR CHEST MEETING ON JANUARY 6, 194321-35
1/2/43
Lieut. Linebarger, room 3305, would appreciate it if you would send him as soon as possible (by Monday or Tuesday) Ambassador Grew's speaking schedule for the southern trip. ...
35a
To: Mr. Robert Blakeley [sic]
Date: Jan. 2, 1942 [i.e. 1943]
From: Leo Rosten
...
    Lt. Linebarger has shown me this advance draft. ...
36
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
January 8, 1943
Dear Lieut. Linebarger:
    The Division of Commercial Treaties and Agreements of the Department of State has prepared the appended material pertaining to international trade restrictions and other aspects of commercial policy for inclusion in my address ...
Joseph C. Grew
...
37
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
DIVISION OF FAR EASTERN AFFAIRS
December 30, 1942
SA/G
Mr. Grew:
    In response to your recent request there is attached for your consideration in connection with material for possible inclusion in one of your speeches, a draft of comment on the subject of a possible Japanese peace move.
G.A.
FE:Ballantine:MS
38-47
SUGGESTED DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BEFORE THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CLUB LUNCHEON AT NEW YORK CITY ON JANUARY 16, 194348, 48a, 49-65
January



12    Washington    Inter-American Defense Committee 10:00 A.M. Federal Reserve Bldg.
...
30    Princeton    University Commencement (LL.D. Degree)

(Degrees Confidential)
[Supplementary January Schedule]
66-67
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
January 9, 1943
Dear Lieut. Linebarger:
    In view of the fact that it was you who prepared my address for the United War Chest Dinner in Philadelphia, I think you will be glad to see the enclosed copy of a letter from Mr. Isaac W. Roberts in which he refers to "the excellence of your address". ...
Joseph C. Grew
...
68
The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society
1212 Market Street
Philadelphia
January 7, 1943
...
Dear Mr. Grew:
    Although I did thank you last night, I cannot refrain from dropping you this brief line to express to you again the appreciation of the United War Chest of Philadelphia ...
Isaac W. Roberts
...
69
Grew Demands Cruising of Jap Military Caste. Washington Times-Herald, January 17, 1943, p.A-5 [newspaper clipping]70
Jap Invasion Still Threat, Grew Warns. [Washington Times-Herald?, January 17?, 1943], p.14B [newspaper clipping]71
Jap May Try Fake Peace Move as Trap, Grew Warns Nation. [Washington Times-Herald?, January 17?, 1943] [newspaper clipping]72
CHANGES SUGGESTED FOR ADAPTATION OF THE ADDRESS AT TRINITY COLLEGE TO USE AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, BETHLEHEM, ON JANUARY 18, 194373-75
ARTICLE BY JOSEPH C. GREW FOR USE BY THE EAST AND WEST ASSOCIATION76
CHANGES SUGGESTED FOR ADAPTATION OF THE ADDRESS AT TRINITY COLLEGE TO USE AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, BETHLEHEM, ON JANUARY 18, 194377-79
Grew Declares Allies Should Press Drive Against Japs Now. Washington star, Jan. 7, 1942 [i.e. 1943] [newspaper clipping]80
[postal stamps][verso of leaf 80]
[newspaper clipping: advertisement of "Report from Tokyo", New York herald tribune, December 7, 1942]81
DRAFT OF ADDRESS SUBMITTED TO MR. GREW FOR USE BEFORE THE PHILADELPHIA WAR CHEST MEETING, JANUARY 6, 194382
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW ON THE FREEDOM HOUSE PROGRAM, JANUARY 31, 194383-85
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW ON THE FREEDOM HOUSE PROGRAM, JANUARY 30, 194386-89
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON
January 18, 1943
Dear Mr. Grew,
    Here are some more of the Japanese reactions to Report from Tokyo.
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
2nd Lieut., AUS
...
90
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN DETROIT ON FEBRUARY 8, 194391-98
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN CLEVELAND ON FEBRUARY 5, 194399-114
from FBIS, FCC, "DAILY REPORT, FOREIGN RADIO BROADCASTS," FOR JANUARY 25, 1942[sic]115 [and its verso]
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT NASHVILLE ON FEBRUARY 16, 1943116-124
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON

SPEECHES AND ARTICLES 1943
From Page 125 Forward to Date.

Paul M.A. Linebarger, 2nd Lt. AUS
1341 New Hampshire Ave., n.w., Washington, D.C., or
Room 3305 Social Security Building (Telephone RE7500-74017)
[added title page]
BASIC SPEECH
The following five pages-- pages 2 through 6 of the Nashville address as originally submitted to Mr. Grew-- will be re-used in other speeches for the Southern tour, and will not be typed over again for re-submission unless such re-typing is requested.
        The reference, BASIC SPEECH, will be used to indicate this material as it stands.
125-130
February 3, 1943
MEMORANDUM FOR MR. GREW
  SUBJECT: Additional Addressess and Articles
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
2nd Lieut., AUS
131
DRAFT OF A QUESTION-AND-ANSWER RADIO DISCUSSION TO BE USED BY MR. GREW IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, UNDER AUSPICES OF THE OCD132-137
DRAFT OF A QUESTION-AND-ANSWER RADIO DISCUSSION TO BE USED BY MR. GREW IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, UNDER AUSPICES OF THE OCD138-146
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, ON FEBRUARY 12147-150
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN NEW ORLEANS ON FEBRUARY 19, 1943151-155
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
To: Paul M. Linebarger
Date: 5 March 1943
From:T. A. Miyakawa
Subject: Suggestions for J. C. G.
156
DRAFT OF RADIO ADDRESS TO BE RECORDED BY MR. GREW FOR TRANSMISSION TO THE BROADCASTING SYSTEM OF AUSTRALIA157-160
DRAFT OF ARTICLE TO BE TRANSMITTED BY MR. GREW TO THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS161-167
 February 23, 1943
The Honorable Joseph C. Grew
Mountain Brook Country Club, Birmingham, Alabama
...
NO SPECIAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR YOUR SPEECH TONIGHT. ...
SINCERELY LINEBARGER OWI
168
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN BIRMINGHAM ON FEBRUARY 23, 1943169-173
Mr. Grew
February 11, 1943
Lt. Linebarger
  Inquiry of Mr. McDonough

      The quotation concerning which Mr. McDonough inquires is by Ralph Waldo Emerson. ...
174
INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
TO: Lt. Paul Linebarger
Date: 2/13/43
FROM: R. J. Blakely
...
        Subject to his approval, which we expect, we have accepted for Ambassador Grew an invitation to appear on the regular Puroil H.V. Kaltenborn program on NBC, ...
175
Hon. Joseph C. Grew, ...
... Nashville, Tennessee
Feb. 16
Japanese radio sticking to familiar themes of alleged American imperialism toward Latin America, Anglo-American rivalries, Indian independence, coprosperity. ...
LINEBARGER OWI
176
Honorable Joseph Clarke Grew
care of Brown Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky

No special new materials. Recommend emphatic use of your counterattack on a Japanese or German peace offensive. ...
Paul Linebarger OWI
177
March 2, 1943
The Honorable Joseph C. Grew ...
    Atlanta, Georgia

MAJOR GENERAL KENRYO SATO MAKING SENSATIONAL STATEMENTS BEFORE DIET. ...
LINEBARGER OWI
178
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA, on MARCH 2, 1943179-181
March 5, 1943
Honorable Joseph C. Grew ...
Charlotte, North Carolina

INTERESTING CONTRAST AFFORDED BY STATEMENT OF GENERAL ICHIRO BANZAI, BROADCAST FROM TOKYO THIS WEEK, AND GENERALISSIMO CHIANG'S MESSAGE TO THAI PEOPLE. ...
LINEBARGER OWI
182
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, ON MARCH 5183-185
SECOND BASIC SPEECH186-195
Grew's Realistic Views Prove War With Japs Is No 'Slidershow'. Examiner, FEB 19 1943 [newspaper clipping]196
DRAFT OF STATEMENT BY MR. GREW FOR A BOOKLET TO BE PREPARED BY THE ROYAL NORWEGIAN INFORMATION SERVICE197
DRAFT OF UNDATED ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW ON AN ENEMY PEACE OFFENSIVE198-207
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW OVER NBC ON MARCH 11, 1943208, 210-217 [leaf number 209 skipped]
March 9, 1943
Dear Mr. Grew,
    Both the enclosed drafs were written for your consideration for use on the Kaltenborn program next Thursday. ...
Paul M.A. Linebarger, 2nd Lt. AUS
...
218
COMMENT BY DR. ACKER ON A SCRIPT TO BE READ BY MR. GREW FOR THE SOUND TRACK OF A NAVY TRAINING FILM ON JAPAN.219
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
[Mr. Grew's Schedule for March, April, and May]
220
March 13, 1943
My dear General:
    For your records and information, I wish to say that ever since obtaining his commision in the Army Lieutenant Paul M.A. Linebarger among other duties has been assisting me in the preparatin of my many speeches delivered throughout the country, including the preparation of my book "Report From Tokyo", ...
Joseph C. Grew,
Special Assistant to the
Secretary of State
Major General George V. Strong,
The Assistant Chief of Staff,
G-2,
War Department,
Washington, D. C.
221
17th March, 1943
...
My dear Mr. Grew:
    Please allow me to thank you for your extremely great kindness in writing General Strong. ...
Paul M. A. Linebarger
2nd Lt., AUS
222
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW OVER THE BBC 223-233
DRAFT OF ADDRESS to be made by MR. GREW to the ENGINEERS SOCIETY at HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, on MARCH 25,1943234-237
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
March 17, 1943
Dear Lieutenant Linebarger:
    The enclosed letter from Cadet J. Boom, No. 303 M.P.O., Trenton, Canada, complains that in "Report From Tokyo" no mention was made of the Dutch as one of our Allies in the Pacific, though tribute was paid to the Chinese, British and Russians.
...
Joseph C. Grew
...
238
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION
WASHINGTON
March 25, 1943
...
Dear Mr. Grew,
    Here is a draft reply to the letter from Cadet J. Boom. ...
PAul M.A. Linebarger
2nd Lt., AUS
...
238a
DRAFT OF A LETTER FROM MR. GREW TO CADET J. BOOM, 303 M.P O., TRENTON, ONT.239-240
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
March 22, 1943
Dear Lieutenant Linebarger:
    I have accepted an invitation to help the National War Finance Committee of the Province of Quebec launch its Fourth Victory Loan drive by speaking at their opening luncheon on April 27. ...
Joseph C. Grew
...
241
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW BEFORE THE PHOENIX CLUB IN BALTIMORE ON APRIL 1, 1943242-251
Testament of Youth

        A letter from a U. S. naval flier, missing since the Battle of Midway, to a friend at home:

        "The Fates have been kind to me. When you hear people saying harsh things about American youth, you will know how wrong they all are. ...
252
March 29, 1943

Leo Rosten had indicated to me last week that he wanted Mr. Grew to take up two new points: first, to counter the Mme. Chiang "hoop-la"; second, to counter the German attempt to separate us from the Soviet Union. ...
[A Conversation with Mr. Grew on March 29]
253-254
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
March 31, 1943
Dear Lieutenant Linebarger:
    With reference to our conversation this morning, I am sending you copies of a couple of memoranda as well as a clipping from the New York Times ...
Joseph C. Grew
...
255
February 9, 1943
SA/G
Mr. Grew:
    Prior to his departure, Mr. McDermott had wished to get in touch with General Surles but had been unable to do so. ...
Lincoln White
256
January 21, 1943.
To: Mr. McDermott
From: Mr. White
    Mr. Myer, of the War Relocation Authority, called today and, in your absence, spoke to me. ...
257
ARMY OPENS RANKS TO JAPANESE UNITS New York times, Jan 29, '43 [newspaper clipping]258
April 1, 1943
...
Dear Mr. Grew:
With reference to our telephone conversation this morning, I transmit herewith an off-the-record statement concerning Japan and the Jews.
...
Paul M. A. Linebarger
2nd Lieutenant, AUS
...
259
DRAFT OF AN OFF-THE-RECORD STATEMENT BY MR. GREW CONCERNING ANTISEMITISM IN JAPAN260-261
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON
April 3, 1943
Dear Lieutenant Linebarger:
    For whatever interest it may have for you, I am enclosing a copy of the first paragraph of a letter received from Mr. Frederick Moore together with a copy of my reply concerning the radio address from Batimore which you were good enough to draft for me.
Sincerely yours,
Joseph C. Grew
262
Excerpt from letter dated April 2, 1943, from Mr. Frederick Moore ... to Mr. Joseph C. Grew.263
April 3, 1943
Dear Moore:
    I am particularly glad to have your letter of April 2 ...
Joseph C. Grew
264-265
Grew Warns Nation Of Divided War Effort. Washington evening star, [April 3?, 1943] [newspaper clipping]266
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
[Mr. Grew's Schedule for April, May and June]
267-269
GREW PREDICTS HARD STRUGGLE
[newspaper clipping]
270
[Urgent Memo to Mr. Grew from Dr. Hornbeck (Photostat)]271
U.S War Strategy Is Resolved
'Beat Japan First' Policy Laid to Rest,
With Grew Officiating at Obsequies
By Alexander Kendrick.
Philadelphia inquirer, APR 3-1943
[newspaper clipping (photostat) sent Mr. Grew by Dr. Hornbeck]
272
Draft prepared for ED by PMAL
Mr. Palmer Bevis
...
    The Office of War Information has already detailed a competent Far Eastern writer to the task of preparing the leaflet for Mr. Grew. ...
Elmer Davis
273
DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT YALE UNIVERSITY ON APRIL 12273a-273g
DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT YALE UNIVERSITY ON APRIL 12274-281
DRAFT OF ADDRESS to be made by MR. GREW at MONTREAL on APRIL 27 at the OPENING of the 4th CANADIAN VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN282-294
FRENCH SECTION
Montreal Text
[FRENCH SECTION OF THE ABOVE (BY PAUL FARISH)]
294a-294c
DRAFT OF A MESSAGE FROM MR. GREW TO THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND RECREATION IN WASHINGTON D.C.295-296
YALE UNIVERSITY NEWS BUREAU
...
#222

TEXT OF CITATION BY PRESIDENT CHARLES SEYMOUR AT AWARD OF HOWLAND PRIZE TO AMBASSADOR JOSEPH C. GREW APRIL 14, 1943
(COMPLETE TEXT OF AMBASSADOR GREW'S SPEECH FOLLOWS THE CITATION)
RELEASE TO MORNING NEWSPAPERS OF THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1943
296a-296h
YALE UNIVERSITY NEWS BUREAU
...
#221
RELEASE TO MORNING PAPERS OF THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1943
296i-296k
WAR DEPATMENT
War Department General Staff
Military Intelligence Division G-2
Washington
April 12, 1943.
...
My dear Mr. Grew:
    May I express my appreciation of your letter of March 13, 1943, in regard to Lieut. Paul M. A. Linebarger. ...
Geo. V. Strong
Major General
A.C. of S., G-2
297
THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF
JOINT INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON
April 21, 1943
MEMORANDUM FOR LT. LINEBARGER:

        Subject: Suggested changes in Mr. Grew's speech.

    In going over this paper, there are a number of places where a single word is used which is, to a certain extent, complimentary, which I believe is not intended. ...
...
CHARLES C. BLAKENEY
Colonel, G.S.C.
298
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT UNION COLLEGE, SCHENECTADY, N.Y., ON APRIL 26, 1943299-312
Grew Declares War Against Nazis and Japs Is Indivisible. Wash[ington] star, APRIL 27, 1943 [newspaper clipping]313
Jap War Lords Nurse Ambition to Invade U.S., Grew Declares. Wash[ington] star, [April 27?, 1943] [newspaper clipping]314
RESTRICTED
FOR GOVERNMENT USE ONLY--NOT FOR PUBLICATION
FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1943

FOREIGN BROADCAST INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SPECIAL RELEASE

ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF A SPEECH BY YUSUKE TSURUMI, JAPANESE POLITICIAN AND WRITER, "ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE," BROADCAST IN JAPANESE TO THE HOME AUDIENCE ON APRIL 18, 1943.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE
DAILY REPORT
314a-314d [and verso of each leaf, except 314a]
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
To: Lt. Paul Linebarger
Date: April 19, 1943
From: Wilder Foote
Subject: Reference to Reciprocal Lend-Lease in Ambassador Grew's Speeches
315
DRAFT OF A SECOND ADDRESS TO BE RECORDED BY MR. GREW FOR BROADCAST OVER THE BBC316-323
To: Mr. Ferdinand Kuhn
Date: May 4, 1943
From: Chester Kerr
... Here is the draft Linebarger has prepared for the BBC record which Mr. Grew is remaking. ...
a leaf pasted on the leaf 323
Fight Against Japs and Germans One and Same War, Grew States. The Montreal daily star, vol. 75, no. 99, Tuesday, April 27, 1943, p.3-4.
...
[p.4:] FOLLOWING is the text of the address by Hon. Joseph C. Grew, former U.S. Ambassador to Japan, at the Victory Loan luncheon in the Windsor Hotel today: ... [newspaper clipping]
324
DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW IN APPLETON, WISCONSIN, ON MAY 20325-332
Joseph C. Grew Stresses Need of Knowing the Enemy. Yale news, Thursday, April 15, 1943 [newspaper clipping]333
Suggestions from Arthur Miyakawa
AMERICA
    "Britain and the United States are considered in one breath ...
[Memorandum on Japanese Insults]
333a-333c
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT CLARK UNIVERSITY ON MAY 16334-346
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW BEFORE THE WAR CHEST MEEING IN COLUMBUS ON MAY 20 4, 1943346a-346f
DRAFT OF ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW BEFORE THE WAR CHEST MEEING IN COLUMBUS ON MAY 24, 1943347-353
May 13, 1943
MEMORANDUM FOR MR. GREW
  SUBJECT:  1. The War Chest Addres for Columbus, Ohio
  
  2. The Commencement Address for Denison University
  
  3. The Insert for the Preface of Ten Years in Japan
  The three documents enumerated are enclosed herewith.
...
Paul M.A. Linebarger
2nd Lt. AUS
354
DRAFT OF AN ADDRESS TO BE MADE BY MR. GREW AT DENISON UNIVERSITY ON MAY 24, 1943355-368
SUGGESTED FOR INSERTION IN THE PREFACE OF TEN YEARS IN JAPAN369-370
NOTES ON A CONVERSATION
MAY 13, 1943
Yesterday afternoon I called Mr. Grew's home and sent word by the houseman, ...
371-372


"TABLE OF CONTENTS" (leaves i-iv) reads: [leaf]
Mr. Grew's January Schedule1
Mr. Grew's Southern Tour Schedule3
Letter from Mr. Grew about Lehigh University16
Copy of Letter from President C.C. Williams17
Letters from Blakely about Freedom House Program19
PHILADELPHIA WAR CHEST MEETING (JANUARY 6)21
Memorandum from Leo Rosten36
Letter from Mr. Grew about Reciprocal Trade37
Materials from State Department on Japanese Peace Move38
WOMEN'S NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CLUB LUNCHEON48
Supplementary January Schedule66
Note from Mr. Grew about War Chest Speech68
Clippings70
LEHIGH UNIVERSITY (JANUARY 18)73
EAST AND WEST ASSOCIATION STATEMENT76
Lehigh University Working Copy77
Clippings80
An Unused Opening82
FREEDOM HOUSE PROGRAM (JANUARY 31)83
Letter to Mr. Grew on Monitored Japanese Reactions90
DETROIT (FEBRUARY 8)91
CLEVELAND (FEBRUARY 5)99
Comment on Mr. Grew by Radio Tokyo January 24115
NASHVILLE (FEBRUARY 16)116
BASIC SPEECH #1125
Memorandum to Mr. Grew Concerning His Schedule131
QUESTION-AND-ANSWER DISCUSSION, OCD, CLEVELAND132
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY (FEBRUARY 12)147
NEW ORLEANS (FEBRUARY 19)148
Memorandum from Arthur Miyakawa156
SPEECH TO BE RECORDED FOR AUSTRALIA157
ARTICLE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN PRESS161
Telegram to Birmingham168
BIRMINGHAM (FEBRUARY 23)169
Memorandum Concerning Inquiry by a Mr. McDonough174
Memorandum from Robert Blakely concerning Kaltenborn175
Telegram to Nashville176
Telegram to Louisville177
Telegram to Atlanta178
ATLANTA (MARCH 2)179
Telegram to Charlotte, N.C.182
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (MARCH 5)183
SECOND BASIC SPEECH186
Clipping196
Statement for the NORWEIGIAN INFORMATION SERVICE197
UNDATED [AND UNUSED] ADDRESS ON AN ENEMY PEACE MOVE198
[FIRST] RECORDING MADE BY MR. GREW FOR THE BBC208
Letter to Mr. Grew218
Acker's Comments on Sound Track for a Navy Film219
Mr. Grew's Schedule for March, April, and May220
Letter from Mr. Grew to General George V. Strong221
Letter to Mr. Grew222
[FIRST] BBC RECORDING: SECOND VERSION223
ENGINEERS SOCIETY, HARRISBURG, PA. (MARCH 25)234
Letter from Mr. Grew Concerning Cadet J. Boom238
Draft Reply to Cadet J. Boom238a
Letter from Mr. Grew Concerning the Province of Quebec241
PHOENIX CLUB, BALTIMORE (APRIL 1)242
"Testament of Youth"252
A Conversation with Mr. Grew on March 29253
Letter from Mr. Grew Concerning the Nisei255
Memorandum to Mr. Grew from Lincoln White256
Clipping259
OFF-THE-RECORD STATEMENT CONCERNING JAPANESE ANTISEMITISM [PHOENIX CLUB, BALTIMORE]260
Letter from Mr. Grew Concerning Frederick Moore262
Letter to Mr. Grew from Frederick Moore263
Letter from Mr. Grew to Frederick Moore264
Clipping266
Mr. Grew's Schedule for April, May and June267
Clipping270
Urgent Memo to Mr. Grew from Dr. Hornbeck (Photostat)271
Clipping sent Mr. Grew by Dr. Hornbeck272
Letter to Palmer Bevis from Mr. Elmer Davis (Draft)273
YALE UNIVERSITY (APRIL 12)273a
MONTREAL: 4th CANADIAN VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN (APRIL 27)282
FRENCH SECTION OF THE ABOVE (BY PAUL FARISH)294a
MESSAGE FROM MR. GREW TO THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, AND RECREATION295
Yale University News Bureau Releases296a
Letter to Mr. Grew from General Strong297
Memorandum from Colonel C.C. Blakeney298
UNION COLLEGE (SCHENECTADY, N.Y.), APRIL 26299
Clippings313
Yusuke Tsurumi, "On the Characteristics of the American People"314a
Memorandum from Mr. Wilder Foote315
SECOND BBC RECORDING316
Clipping325
PAPER MANUFACTURES, APPLETON, WISCONSIN326
Clipping333
Memorandum on Japanese Insults, Arthur Miyakawa333a
CLARK UNIVERSITY334
WAR CHEST MEETING, COLUMBUS, OHIO, ON MAY 24346a
Memorandum for Mr. Grew354
DENISON UNIVERSITY355
MATERIAL SUGGESTED FOR INSERTION IN THE PREFACE OF TEN YEARS IN JAPAN369
Notes on a Conversation371

Linebarger papers held by the Hitotsubashi University Library