Correspondents include: James Witherow (4); James Harvey criticising the "monied interests" running Britain (3); Oswald Veblen; [Herbert] Swope; Frederic Wile.
Also includes: reprints and cuttings from papers, mainly US, including an article by Drew Pearson and Robert Allen; papers entitled "The Fallacies of Fascism" by Aurel Kolnai and "There's Always the Aftermath . . . Mr Chamberlain" by William Seers; Belgian pamphlet on Czechoslovakia.
|Physical:||3 bound files (305 folios)|
|CHAR 2/608B/179||Letter from G D Kirkland (683 West Monroe Street, Jacksonville, Florida [United States]) to WSC in response to his broadcast to the United States. She says that she considers WSC "guiltless" for Great Britain's failure to pay its debts and for [the Duke of Windsor earlier King Edward VIII and Edward, Prince of Wales] "being driven out as an exile for preferring an American wife [Wallis Simpson]" and that many Americans feel that WSC belongs with them. Signed typescript.||17 Oct 1938|
|CHAR 2/608B/121||Letter from Marshall Davis Hogan (Boonton, New Jersey and Dover, New Jersey [United States]) to WSC in which he says he enjoyed and appreciated WSC's broadcast to the United States and hopes WSC will be able to "awaken our peoples to arm themselves against brute force." Signed manuscript.||16 Oct 1938|
|CHAR 2/608B/136||Letter from Oswald Veblen (58 Battle Road, Princeton, New Jersey [United States]) to WSC in response to WSC's broadcast to the United States. He says that he agrees that "decent people everywhere should unite" against [Nazi Germany] but feels that many Americans do not have faith in the present British government because they have not opposed fascism and the outrages in Manchuria, Ethiopia, Spain and Czechoslovakia. Signed manuscript.||16 Oct 1938|
|CHAR 2/608B/175||Letter from W D Anthony (Registrar, Potomac State School of West Virginia University, United States) to WSC thanking him for his broadcast to the United States; wishing that Britain and France had acted to prevent Hitler acquiring "such formidable power"; commenting on the failure of President Woodrow Wilson's policy of a "peace without victory" [at Versailles]; and expressing good wishes for WSC. Signed typescript.||17 Oct 1938|