Arthur J. Goldberg Manuscript Collection - 1961-87
SC 201

Summary Information

Repository
McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections
Title
Arthur J. Goldberg Manuscript Collection - 1961 - 1987
ID
SC 201
Date [inclusive]
1961-1987
Extent
9.0 Linear feet
Physical Description
Contains papers, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and other materials.
Location
Located in locked compact shelving, level 1, shelf 12A. (Note: Goldberg Collection books in Special Collections are shelved in Shelves 10 A and 10 B).
Language
English
Abstract - Arthur J. Goldberg Manuscript Collection
Arthur Joseph Goldberg (1908-1990) served as Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1962-65), U. S. Secretary of Labor (1961-62), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations(1965-68), and Distinguished Visiting Professor at Radford University (1987-89). In the summer of 2000, the family of Arthur J. Goldberg donated his books from his personal working library, a selection of his papers (mostly speeches and articles) from the 1960s to the 1980s, and other items to Radford University's McConnell Library and the Radford University Archives. More than 1600 books, government publications, and periodicals from Arthur J. Goldberg's personal working library have been designated as the Goldberg Collection in McConnell Library's online catalog . The Arthur J. Goldberg Manuscript Collection contains writings and speeches by Justice Goldberg and his wife Dorothy.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Goldberg Collection, Special Collections, McConnell Library, Radford University, Radford, VA.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections

McConnell Library
PO Box 6881
Radford, Virginia
540-831-5692
archives@radford.edu

Restrictions to access.

An appointment for research is required. The collection is open for research. No interlibrary loan.

Accruals note

No additional accruals are expected.

Processing Information

Materials processed by Amanda Altice with finding aid by Amanda Altice and Gene Hyde, Spring 2011.

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Collection Inventory

Box 1: The Liberal Defense of Freedom - Arthur Goldberg 

Folder 1: The Rule of Law in a Free Society - The Judge Advocate General's Annual Survey of the Law, Andrews AFB, September 8, 1979. 

Folder 2: The Role of Law in a Free Society - Address, Annual, University of GA Alumni Seminar, February 10, 1973. Georgia Law Review, v.7, #3, 1973. 

Folder 3: Constitutional Faith, The Hugo Black Lecture, The University of Alabama School of Law, March 5, 1974. 

Folder 4: The Question of Impeachment, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.1, #1, Spring 1974. 

Folder 5: The Constitution at 200 Years, Akron University, September 1987. 

Folder 6: There Shall Be "One Supreme Court", Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v. 3, #2, Spring 1976. 

Folder 7: The Proposed National Court of Appeals, September 12, 1983. 

Folder 8: The Court Had Done Its Duty, Now Let the Nation Do Theirs, Address, Law Day, University of Alabama, April 8, 1972. 

Folder 9: The Struggle for Judicial Statesmanship in the Federal Courts, Address, Worcester State College, February 15, 1975. 

Folder 10: Judging the Judges - Are We a Government by the Judiciary? Washington University of Law, Fifth Annual Constitutional Law Conference, October 23, 1982. 

Folder 11: Privacy and the Ninth Amendment Griswold v Connecticut, 85 Supreme Court Reporter. 

Folder 12: The Reagan Supreme Court, no publication information. 

Folder 13: The Rhenquist Court, The Christian Science Monitor, July 24, 1986. 

Folder 14: Attorney General Edwin Meese v Chief Justice John Marshall: The Question of "Original Intent" - No publication information. 

Folder 15: The Proposed Constitutional Convention, September 12, 1983. 

Folder 16: Can We Afford the Bill of Rights? Address, USMA West Point, NY, May 1989. 

Folder 17: Civil Rights: Changing or Eternal, April 14, 1983. 

Folder 18: Civil Rights in Troubled Times , Address, Notre Dame University, Center for the Civil Rights, March 22, 1974. 

Folder 19: Crime and the Bill of Rights: Irreconcilable or Complimentary, Address, Chicago Crime Commission, October 12, 1983. 

Folder 20: The First Amendment and Its Protection Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.8, #4 Fall 1980. 

Folder 21: Victims of Violence and Just Compensation, Southern California Law Review, v. 43, #1, 1970. 

Folder 22: Statement of Behalf of the National Committee Against Preventive Detention, March 18, 1970. 

Folder 23: Equal Rights, Women and the Fourteenth Amendment, Address, National Women's Law Center, November 13, 1987. 

Folder 24: In Support of the Free Exercise of Religion The Christian Science Monitor, May 12, 1986. 

Folder 25: The Wall of Separation of Church and State, November 3, 1988. 

Folder 26: Land Settlements of Alaskan Natives, no publication date. 

Folder 27: The Death Penalty Reaches the Supreme Court, 1963. 

Folder 28: The Supreme Court Reaches Out and touches Someone -Fatally, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.10, #1, Fall 1982. 

Folder 29: Death and the Supreme Court, August 1987. 

Folder 30: The Death Penalty Revisited, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v. 16, # 1, Fall 1988. 

Folder 31: Capital Punishment and the Constitution: The Eighth Amendment and Evolving Standards, South Texas Law Review, v. 27, #3, Fall 1986. 

Folder 32: A Kinder and Gentler Supreme Court? August 1989. 

Folder 33: The Rule of Law in an Unruly World, Adlai E Stevenson Memorial Lecture, School of International Affairs, Columbia University, May 18, 1966. 

Folder 34: Mediation and Arbitration of International Disputes, The Hofstra Review, v. 1, #1, Spring 1973. 

Folder 35: Human Rights, An Issue for Out Time, Hastings Law Journal, v19, #5, May 1978. 

Folder 36: The Need for a World Court of Human Rights, Howard Law Journal, v.11, Spring 1965. 

Folder 37: The Shoot-Out at the Libyan Self-Styled People's Bureau in London and Diplomatic Immunity Under the Vienna Convention, May 16, 1984. 

Folder 38: The Art of Diplomacy, the National Interest, and World Order, Address, Airlie House, Virginia, October 18, 1980. 

Folder 39: The Church and Social Action, World Peace, Peace and Justice, Address, All Souls Church Washington DC, March 5, 1972. 

Folder 40: Protection of Human Rights and Our Other Foreign Policy Goals, Are They Reconcilable? no publication date 

Folder 41: The Future of American Foreign Policy, August 1975. 

Folder 42: Civil Disobedience and the Patriot, address, American University Washington DC, June 5, 1972. 

Folder 43: Covert Political Operations in a Democratic Foreign Policy, Address, Century Club, March 15, 1975. 

Folder 44: Courts-Martial for Poindexter and North, The Washington Post, February 17, 1987. 

Folder 45: The Constitutional Limitations on the President's Powers, no publication date. 

Folder 46: Executive Agreements - Testimony before US Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee of the Separation of Powers, April 24, 1972. 

Folder 47: Waldheim Can Be Kept out of the US, New York Times, July 9, 1986, with Elizabeth Holtzman. 

Folder 48: Time to Act on the Genocide Convention, Prepared with Richard N Gardner, American Bar Association Journal, v. 58, February 1972. 

Folder 49: Global Interdependence ad the Law of the Sea, Address, Princeton University, April 6, 1979. 

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Box 2: The Liberal Defense of Freedom & Public Papers Volume 1 - Arthur Goldberg 

Folder 1: Thoughts on the Holocaust, Address, Holocaust Day, Miami Beach Florida, April 13, 1980. 

Folder 2: Soviet Jewry , Address, World Conference on Soviet Jewry, Brussel, Belgium, February 21, 1971. 

Folder 3: American Jews and the State of Israel, August 22, 1989. 

Folder 4: The pollard Case Revisited, August 22, 1989. 

Folder 5: Resolution 242 After Twenty Years, no publication date. 

Folder 6: The Camp David Accords and Peace in the Middle East, Press Release, January 17, 1979. 

Folder 7: Resolution 242 and Camp David American Foreign Policy Newsletter, v.11, #1, February 1988. 

Folder 8: The Climb Toward Mideast Peace, Christian Science Monitor, October 4, 1988. 

Folder 9: Findings of the Tribunal Relating to Claims of Jews from Arab Lands, 1987. 

Folder 10: No One was Legally Minding the Store When the Assassination Attempt of President Reagan Occurred, no publication date. 

Folder 11: Public Education in a Democracy, Commencement Address, Radford University Virginia, May 7, 1988. 

Folder 12: The Role of the Federal Government in Regulating Professional Sports, Address, University of Denver, May 31, 1974. 

Folder 13: Some Observations on the Effectiveness of Outside Directors, journal of Contemporary Business, v.8, #1, 1979. 

Folder 14: Tender Offers and Corporate Takeovers, no publication date. 

Folder 15: How Wall Street Takeovers Should Be Curbed, Christian Science Monitor, January 7, 1987. 

Folder 16: High Technology and Its International Impact, address School of Engineering, University of Santa Clara, California March 22, 1979. Reprinted in Santa Clara Law Review, v.19, #4, Fall 1979. 

Folder 17: The Department of Labor, 1961 - 1962, no publication date. 

Folder 18: The 1988 Presidential Campaign, Neither of the Above, no publication date. 

Folder 19: On Becoming An American Citizen, Remarks at Naturalization Ceremonies, United States District Court, June 9, 1987. 

Folder 20: Letter to the Editor, Presidential Studies Quarterly, re: 1962 steel crisis. 

Folder 21: Statement re: LBJ's assertion in the Vantage Point that Goldberg was "bored" with the Supreme Court and actively solicited appointment as Ambassador to the UN, Press Release, October 26, 1971. 

Folder 22: Silver v New York Stock Exchange, 373 US 341; 83 S ct. 1246 

Folder 23: The Art of Diplomacy, Address, Fauquier Chapter of the Virginia Museum, October 18, 1980. 

Folder 24: The Proposed Constitutional Convention, September 12, 1983. 

Folder 25: Lebanese Hail Israel's Actions as Liberation, New York Times, August 15, 1982. 

Folder 26: Commencement Address, University of Hawaii at Manoa, no date. 

Folder 27: No One Was Legally Minding the Store When the Assassination Attempt of President Reagan Occurred, no publication date. 

Folder 28: Remarks, Holocaust Day, Miami Beach FL April, 13 1980. 

Folder 29: Ethics in the Professions, December 3, 1981. 

Folder 30: Address, World Conference on Soviet Jewry, Brussels, Belgium, February 23, 1971. 

Folder 31: A Defense of the Bureaucracy in Corporate Regulation and Some Personal Suggestions for Corporate Reform, The First Annual Manuel F Cohen Memorial Lecture, George Washington University, February 24, 1980. 

Folder 32: Corporate Reform, no date. 

Folder 33: Israel's War in Lebanon, Sh'ma, a Journal of Jewish Responsibility, September 17, 1982. 

Folder 34: The Reagan Supreme Court, February 1982. 

Folder 35: Commencement Address, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, June 1, 1983. 

Folder 36: The Madrid CSCE Conference, "Twas a Famous Victory", November 15, 1983. 

Folder 37: The War in Lebanon, April 3, 1983. 

Folder 38: Address, International Conference on Global Interdependence and Law of the Sea, Princeton University, April 6, 1979. 

Folder 39: Is it Worthwhile to Devote a Lifetime to the Profession of Law? no date. 

Folder 40: Address, Colloquium on the International Protection of Religious Freedom, University of Santa Clara, November 30, 1979. 

Folder 41: Protection of Human Rights and Our Other Foreign Policy Goals: Are They Reconcilable? = Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, November, 26, 1983. 

Folder 42: Letter to the Editor, Presidential Studies Quarterly in response to Godden, Richard, and Richard Maidment, "Anger, Language and Politics: JFK and the Steel Crisis" Presidential Studies Quarterly, Summer 1980. 

Folder 43:The Proposed National Court of Appeals, September 12, 1983. 

Folder 44: Address, Ethical Foundations of World Peace Through Law Oklahoma City University, January 10, 1974. 

Folder 45: Address, Higher Education and Democracy, 1973-1974 Student Recognition Program Sponsored by the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company, Palmer House Chicago, April 25, 1974. 

Folder 46: Address, The Role of the Federal Government in Regulating Professional Sports, University of Denver Seminar; Denver, CO May 31, 1974. 

Folder 47: The 17 Wiretaps: Illegal Then, Illegal Now, Washington post, July 24, 1974. 

Folder 48: An Inside Perspective on the 1962 Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture, Remarks to the Second Federal Design Assembly, Washington DC September 11, 1974. 

Folder 49: Statement, Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, November 14, 1974. 

Folder 50: Address, The Struggle for Judicial Statesmanship in the Federal Courts, Worcester State College, February 15, 1975. 

Folder 51: Statement on behalf of the National Committee Against Preventive Detention, March 18, 1970. 

Folder 52: Address, Civil Disobedience and the Patriot, Phi Theta Kappa, American University, Washington DC, June 5, 1972. 

Folder 53: Testimony before the US Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Separation of Powers Regarding Executive Agreements. April 24, 1972. 

Folder 54: The Court Has Done its Duty, Now Let the Nation Do Theirs, Address, Law Day Meeting Honoring Hugo L Black, School of Law of the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, April 8, 1972. 

Folder 55: The Church and Social Action, World Order Peace, and Justice, Address Congregation of All Souls Church, 16th and Harvard Streets, Washington DC March 5, 1972. 

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Box 3: Public Papers Volume 1, 2, & 3 - Arthur Goldberg 

Folder 1: Time to Act on the Genocide Convention - Richard N Gardner, coauthor; American Bar Association Journal, v 58, February 1972. 

Folder 2: Address - Death and the Supreme Court - University of Arizona , April 19, 1973. 

Folder 3: Address, The Role of Religion and Law in a free Society, El Paso Chamber of Commerce, May 1, 1976. 

Folder 4: The Role of an Outside Director in Corporate Affairs, New York Times, Section 3, October 29, 1972. 

Folder 5: Foreword, The Legal Responsibility of the Individual in Wartime? November 12, 1973. 

Folder 6: Letter to Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel, March 11, 1976. 

Folder 7: The Future of American Foreign Policy, Submitted to Washington Post, not published, August 1975. 

Folder 8: A Constitutional and Moral American Foreign Policy, no date. 

Folder 9: Acceptance of the Liberation Award at the International Assembly of Remembrance, Jerusalem, Israel, July 3, 1975. 

Folder 10: James Madison 

Folder 11: Covert Political Operations in a democratic Foreign Policy, Remarks, Century Club, March 15, 1975. 

Folder 12: Statement of behalf of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on the Genocide Convention, March 10, 1971. 

Folder 13: Statement of behalf of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Human Rights and Genocide Treaties, Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on the Genocide Convention, March 26, 1977. 

Folder 14: The Pursuit of Justice, Civil and Military, May 19, 1977. 

Folder 15: Remarks at Naturalization Ceremonies, The honorable Charles R Richie, Judge, US District Court presiding, March 8, 1977. 

Folder 16:The Future of American Foreign Policy, submitted to the Washington Post, not published, August 1975. 

Folder 17: The Legality of the Israeli Settlements on the West Bank, no date. 

Folder 18: Klaus Barbie and the United States Government , no date. 

Folder 19: A tribute to Justice Douglas, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly. 

Folder 20: The Need for a World Court in Human Rights, Howard Law Journal, Spring 1965. 

Folder 21: A New Foreign Policy for America, United Nations Association, 1968. 

Folder 22: Can We Afford Liberty? Reprint, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, v.117,#5 March 1969. 

Folder 23: Preface, Southern California Law Review, v. 43, #1, 1970. 

Folder 24: The Administration's Anti-busing Proposals, Politics Makes Bad Law, NWU Law Review, v 67, #3, July - August 1972. 

Folder 25: Forward, The Burger Court 1971 Term: One Step Forward Two Steps Backward? Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Political Science, v.63, #4, 1972. 

Folder 26: Mr. Justice Brennan and the First Amendment, Camden Law Journal, v.4, #1, Fall 1972. 

Folder 27: The Constitutional Limitations on the President's Powers, American University Law Review, v.22, #4, Summer 1973. 

Folder 28: United Nations Security Council Resolutions 242 and the Prospects for Peace in the Middle East, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, v. 12, #2, 1973. 

Folder 29: The Role of law in a Free Society, Georgia Law Review, v.7, #3, 1973. 

Folder 30: Mediation and Arbitration of International Disputes, Hofstra Law Review, v.1, #1, Spring 1973. 

Folder 31: The Road to Peace in the Middle East, World View, February 1974. 

Folder 32: The Question of Impeachment, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly v. 1, #1 Spring 1974. 

Folder 33: Justice Hugo l Black Memorial Lecture, First Lecture, March 5, 1974. 

Folder 34: American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: 1967 and Now, The Yaacov Herzog Memorial Lecture, delivered at University College, London, March 11, 1975. 

Folder 35: A Constitutional American Foreign Policy, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.3, 1976. 

Folder 36: There Shall Be "one Supreme Court" Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.3, #2, Spring 1976. 

Folder 37: Some Observations on the Effectiveness of Outside Directors, Journal of Contemporary Business v.8, #1. 

Folder 38: Human Rights, An Issue For Our Time, Hastings Law Journal v. 29, #5, May 1978. 

Folder 39: Human Rights and the Belgrade Meeting, Hastings Law Journal, v.30, #2, November 1978. 

Folder 40: King Hussein and the Prospects of Peace in the Middle East, no publication Date. 

Folder 41: The Shoot-Out at the Libyan Self-Styled People's Bureau in London and Diplomatic Immunity Under the Vienna Convention, May 16, 1984. 

Folder 42: High Technology and Its International Impact, Santa Clara Law Review, v.19, #4, Fall 1979. 

Folder 43: Human Rights in the Wake of the Helsinki Accords, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, v.3, #1, Fall 1979. 

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Box 4: Public Papers Volume 3 - Arthur Goldberg 

Folder 1: Don't Change Camp David Framework, North American Newspaper Alliance, January 17, 1979. 

Folder 2: The Constitution The Safeguard of Our Freedoms, University of Hawaii Law Review, v.2, #2, 1980 - 1981. 

Folder 3: The Warren Court and Its Critics, Santa Clara Law Review, v.20, #4, Fall 1980. 

Folder 4: The First Amendment and its Protections, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v8, #5. 

Folder 5: The Supreme Court Reaches Out and Touches Someone, Fatally, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.10, #1, Fall 1982. 

Folder 6: Separate Statement of Arthur J Goldberg,( Security & Exchange Commission Advisory Committee on Tender Affairs) 1983. 

Folder 7: Personal Justice Denied, Summary and Recommendation of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, Edited and Printed by the Japanese American Citizens League, San Francisco, California, 1983. 

Folder 8: Judging the Judges, Are We a Government by the Judiciary? Saint Louis University Law Journal, v.27, #2m,1983. 

Folder 9: Stripping Away the Fictions: Interview with Justice Goldberg, NOVA Law Journal, v.6, #4, Summer 1982. 

Folder 10: The Helsinki Final Act Revisited, American Foreign Policy Newsletter, v.5, #2, April 1982. 

Folder 11: The Madrid CSCE Conference, Twas a Hollow Victory, American Foreign Policy Newsletter, v7, #1, February 1984. 

Folder 12: How Wall Street Takeovers Should be Curbed, The Christian Science Monitor, January 7, 1987. 

Folder 13: Courts-Martial for Poindexter and North, The Washington Post, February 17, 1987. 

Folder 14: Remarks of Arthur J Goldberg at Naturalization Ceremonies, US District Court, June 9, 1987. 

Folder 15: Death and the Supreme Court, August, 1987. 

Folder 16: Resolution 242, American Foreign Policy Newsletter, v.11, #1, February 1988. 

Folder 17: Findings of the Tribunal Relating to Claims of Jews from Arab Lands, 1987. 

Folder 18: The Climb Toward Mideast Peace Christian Science Monitor, October 4, 1988. 

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Box 5: Pamphlets, Letters, & Newspaper Clippings From Goldberg's Personal Files of Mr & Mrs Goldberg 

Folder 1: News Clipping - Take Time Out to Wonder - Date Unknown. 

Folder 2: News Clipping - Fan Mail From Washington - New York Post March 21, 1961. 

Folder 3: News Clipping - Career Minded Cabinet Wife - No Date 

Folder 4: News Clipping - Washington Scene, Inaugural Tales Continue - by George Dion - no Date 

Folder 5: News Clipping - Cabinet Rank Hasn't Changed Dorothy Goldberg A Bit - by Dorothy Howarth - No Date. 

Folder 6: News Clipping - Goldberg To Talk with State Aides - Star February 21, year unknown. 

Folder 7: News Clipping - Cabinet Wives Are Reception Honorees - 1961. 

Folder 8: News Clipping - Studio Floor, Door Need Paint, No More - by Meryle Secrest - October 7, 1960. 

Folder 9: News Clipping - Opening Show, no date. 

Folder 10: News Clipping - Goldberg Find Separate roads to Career Fame - by William McPherson - no date. 

Folder 11: News Clipping - Nationals Exhibit Top News Show - The Washington Post - October 9, 1960. 

Folder 12: News Clipping - Cabinet Wives : Mrs. Goldberg Courtship at University Library - No date. 

Folder 13: News Clipping - She's So Out, She's In" The Washington Post, February 17, 1961. 

Folder 14: News Clipping - So To Help The One Child in Three- by Erwin Knoll, no date. 

Folder 15: News Clipping - Goldberg Ousted Female OSS Spies - The Washington Merry-Go-Round, no date. 

Folder 16: Magazine Article - National Affairs - Time Magazine, January 6, 1961. 

Folder 17: Magazine Article - When Goldberg Takes Over as Labor Secretary - US News & World Report. No date. 

Folder 18: News Clipping - The Denver Post August 12, 1973. 

Folder 19: News Clipping - Swing To Resurrection of Capital Punishment is Gaining - by Charlotte Moulton - The Washington Post - August 26, 1973. 

Folder 20: News Clipping - Watergate: There is No Quick or Easy Way Out - The Washington Post - June 6, 1973. 

Folder 21: News Clipping - Letters to the Editor - June 18, 1971. 

Folder 22: News Clipping - The Royal Treatment - New York Times, December 3, 1973. 

Folder 23: "Mrs Goldberg" - Items filed in Original Folder labeled Mrs Goldberg. Articles, personal receipts. 

Folder 24: Covenant Theology - Another Look by Eugene B Borowitz - Signed by Author, sent to Goldberg. 

Folder 25: Dinner of David L Bazelon 25th, 1974. 

Folder 26: University of Denver Visit - letters, address, and news clippings - 1974. 

Folder 27: Visit to College of Mount St Joseph - Futurology Guest Lecturer - letters and address. 

Folder 28: Annual Report of the International Centre for Comparative Criminology - 1972 - 1973. 

Folder 29: The Reporter - Northwestern University School of Law Summer 1973. 

Folder 30: Consultation and Consensus in The Security Council UNITAR Publication - 1971. 

Folder 31: Voice For Children Newsletter - February 15, 1973. 

Folder 32: Women Today - Vol III #20 October 1, 1973 

Folder 33: Pioneer Woman - May - June 1973 and Sept 1973. 

Folder 34: Author's Guild Bulletin - January 1972 & June 1973. 

Folder 35: "17 Wiretaps" speech, 3 copies, no date. 

Folder 36: Denver Post Stock Exchange Folder - letters, litigation, and paperwork, 1973. 

Folder 37: News Clipping - Goldberg Gives Up Law Offices - January 1972. 

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Box 6: Dorothy Goldberg - Manuscript for Digression into Politics - An Intimate View of A Public Life - Signed By Author 

This Box contains 7 Red folders in original condition as found. These folders contain pages of typed chapters and handwritten page numbers. 

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Box 7: Dorothy Goldberg - Widening Horizons Files - Files Labeled as Originally Received - 1961-1963 

Folder 1: Social Work Work Program From Eleanor Smollan 

Folder 2: National Science Foundation 

Folder 3: Library of Congress 

Folder 4: Smithsonian Institute 

Folder 5: National Gallery of Art 

Folder 6: Interior Department 

Folder 7: National Park Services 

Folder 8: Agriculture 

Folder 9: Summer Project 1962 Table 

Folder 10: Summer Program 1962 Outlook for Youth Meeting 

Folder 11: 1963 Correspondence 

Folder 12: 1963 TV & Radio Publicity 

Folder 13: Directory of Members 1961 & List of Volunteers 1962 

Folder 14: Test Service Bulletin 

Folder 15: Orientation Workshop for DC School Counseling Aides 

Folder 16: George Washington University Hospital Program 

Folder 17: Invitation to New Programs Workshop 

Folder 18: World of Work 

Folder 19: Public School Volunteers Training 

Folder 20: Handwritten Notes and Memos 

Folder 21: Tea For School Principals Jan 9, 1963. 

Folder 22: Report on Widening Horizons 1962 

Folder 23: Press Conference Materials and Correspondence 1963. 

Folder 24: Summer Programs - Museum Tours 

Folder 25: DC Citizens Enrichment Program Friends of Public School Art 

Folder 26: History of Friends of Public School Art 

Folder 27: Urban Service Corps Counseling Aide 1962. 

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Box 8: Goldberg - Personal Books, Pamphlets, and other Reading Material Donated 

Folder 1: The Uptown Citizen - Biweekly Newspaper - Thursday Aug 16, 1973. 

Folder 2: Leadership Workshop - October 22, 1962. 

Folder 3: Easy To Use - Series for Physically Limited Homemakers 

Folder 4: The Guide - Passover - 5734 

Folder 5: "6 Steps Forward" Amendment to the Vocational Rehabilitation Act - 1967. 

Folder 6: Facts About Israel 1962. 

Folder 7: The Harvard Review - 1964 - Unemployment in America 

Folder 8: Inequality in Education No18 October 1974, "Sex Discrimination" . 

Folder 9: Study of the Employment of American Women in the Federal Government - 1970. 

Folder 10: Report on Progress in 1966 - On the Status of Women. 

Folder 11: Inequality in Education - No 15 Nov 1973 - "citizen Voice in Public Schools" 

Folder 12: Inequality in Education - No 17 June 1974 

Folder 13: American Bar Association Project on Standards for Criminal Justice - The Urban Police Function - 1973. 

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Box 9: Handicap/President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped 

Folder 1: President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped 

Folder 2: Envelope to Mrs AJ Goldberg - From Presidents Committee on Employment of the Handicapped - Contents enclosed, letter & information 

Folder 3: President's Committee Printed Materials 

Folder 4: Certificates of Membership for Mrs Goldberg 

Folder 5: Project Volunteer Power - Nov 1972. 

Folder 6: 25th Anniversary Annual Minutes May 3,4, & 5, 1972. 

Folder 7: Handicapped Materials 1966. 

Folder 8: Handicapped Materials 1972. 

Folder 9: Printed Material from Rabbi Klein. 

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Box 10: Photographs 

Folder 1: Secretary Goldberg, J. Leslie in background 9.12.1962 

Folder 2: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Goodwin 7.26.1961 

Folder 3: Secretary Goldberg and Jerry McKenny of BES 7.26.1961 

Folder 4: Julia Bitter Hanson and Secretary Goldberg, 7.17.1961 

Folder 5: Secretary Goldberg, Professor Arthur S. Lewis, and John W. Davidson, 3.26.1962 

Folder 6: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Reinlf of Norway, 2.26.1962 

Folder 7: Secretary Goldberg- T.O. Program 2.5.1962 

Folder 8: Secretary Goldberg and various county officials, 11.27.1961 

Folder 9: Secretary Goldberg- Birthday Party, 8.7.1961 

Folder 10: Ground-breaking Ceremony of new BES Building 11.15.1961 

Folder 11: Ground-breaking Ceremony of New BES Building 11.15.1961 

Folder 12: Secretary Goldberg and Californian, 3.5.1962 

Folder 13: State of Idaho Congressman with gift to President Kennedy accepted by Secretary Goldberg 

Folder 14: Secretary Goldberg Speaks to Senior Staff 

Folder 15: Secretary Goldberg and Group 

Folder 16: Secretary Goldberg and Office Conference 

Folder 17: Secretary Goldberg and Office Conference and Office Painting 

Folder 18: Mrs. Fowler, Mr. Cossino, Secretary Goldberg, Congressman Hale Boggs, 7.6.1961 

Folder 19: Honor Awards Ceremony, 1961 

Folder 20: Dinner at Mayflower Hotel for Assistant Secretary Dodson- Retirement 

Folder 21: Mrs. D. Goldberg- Tea for Art Students in Labor Department, 1962 

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Box 11: Photographs 

Folder 1: Secretary Goldberg visit to National Bank Building, Silver Spring, MD BLMR Office 

Folder 2: Secretary Goldberg and Ida Kra us 

Folder 3: Labor Department Meeting- New Offices, 4.3.1961 

Folder 4: Secretary Goldberg and Japanese Newspapermen, 3.28.1961 

Folder 5: Secretary Goldberg Signing Employee Management Corporation, 1.19.1962 

Folder 6: Congressman Chester Muni ow- New Hampshire, Secretary Goldberg, 1.17.1961 

Folder 7: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Governor, Los Angeles, 3.20.1961 

Folder 8: Mr. Lodge, S.T. Mesant of India, Goldberg and Mr. Weaver 

Folder 9: Secretary Goldberg and Mrs. Wickens 

Folder 10: Secretary Goldberg and Finnish Delegation 

Folder 11: Brotherhood Week, Ceremony, February, 20,1962 

Folder 12: Secretary Goldberg and Secretary Norberto Romualdez Jr. of Philippines, July 26, 1962 

Folder 13: Honorary Governor of New Jersey speaking with Secretary Goldberg, August 22, 1962 

Folder 14: Senate Hearing on Migratory Labor, February, 8, 1962 

Folder 15: Secretary Goldberg and TWA Representatives and Union Representatives Interview, June 19, 1962 

Folder 16: Secretary Goldberg gives luncheon for Mr. Lelale at Blair House January, 18, 1962 

Folder 17: Secretary Goldberg to Employees "Open House" September 10, 1962 

Folder 18: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Holcombe comparing size of reports, May 22, 1961 

Folder 19: Federal Advisory Council, May 11, 1961 

Folder 20: Federal Advisory Council May 11, 1961 

Folder 21: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Kavasseri N. Subramanian, Joint Secretary Ministry of Labor, India, May 7, 1962 

Folder 22: Secretary and Lieutenant Governor Rolvage of Minnesota February 21, 1962 

Folder 23: Secretary Goldberg, Secretary Freedman, Senator Williams and Congressman Zeluko, January 18, 1962 

Folder 24: Secretary Goldberg and McKeesport, Pennsylvania, Group January 23, 1962 

Folder 25: Secretary Wertz and Secretary Goldberg at reception held for labor attaches, October 5, 1962 

Folder 26: Secretary Goldberg at Regional Directors Conference BCMR July 2, 1961 

Folder 27: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Linbugh Rogers, Minister of Labor, British Honduras August 3, 1961 

Folder 28: Secretary Goldberg- Press Conference August 30, 1962 

Folder 29: Secretary Goldberg Awards to Office Employees September 12, 1962 

Folder 30: Mr. Starr Canadian Labor Minister Reception May 12, 1961 

Folder 31: Congressman Fogerty and Secretary Goldberg Signing Rhode Island State Agreement, July 14, 1962 

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Box 12: Photographs 

Folder 1: Secretary Goldberg and President of Common Market, Dr. Walter Hallstein (Germany), April 18, 1962 

Folder 2: Assistant Secretary Weaver, Secretary Goldberg, and Minister of Labor, Guinea at Luncheon, July 17, 1961 

Folder 3: Dinner for Indian Labor Official, June 20, 1961 

Folder 4: Secretary Goldberg and Mr. Hanson May 11, 1962 

Folder 5: Secretary Goldberg and Governor Swainson of Michigan, January 20, 1962 

Folder 6: Swearing-in Ceremony for Mrs. Peterson as Assistant Secretary of Labor, August 17, 1961 

Folder 7: Labor Hearing in ICC Building. September 13, 1961 

Folder 8: Secretary Goldberg and BLMR Group, September 15, 1961 

Folder 9: Secretary Goldberg and Dutch Labor Leader, September 15, 1961 

Folder 10: Secretary Goldberg and Japanese Group, October 12, 1961 

Folder 11: Banquet for Embassy Labor Attache's Washington DC, Department of State. New Building, Jefferson Room, October 27, 1961 

Folder 12: Secretary Goldberg and Retirement of Jo A. Marrow, March 30, 1961 

Folder 13: ''500'' Club and Secretary Goldberg, April 12, 1961 

Folder 14: Greeting of Labor Minister Star of Canada, April 26, 1961 

Folder 15: Secretary Goldberg and Conference Fogarty, November 10, 1961 

Folder 16: Swearing-in Mr. Simkin April 20, 1961 

Folder 17: Secretary Goldberg and Dr. Martin Dworkis (Professor of Public Administration NY University), September 28, 1962 

Folder 18: Secretary Goldberg and Congressman Charles A. Buckley of New York, August 10, 1962 

Folder 19: Secretary Goldberg and Harry Mildth of Finland Executive Secretary- Finnish Employees Confederation, February 21, 1962 

Folder 20: Secretary Goldberg and Governor Swanson of Michigan, August 23, 1962 

Folder 21: Awards in Secretary office, 10 small groups, August 23, 1962 

Folder 22: Youth Program, Conference room B 

Folder 23: Secretary Goldberg and Mrs. Peterson give tea for Women of Safety Conference 

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