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Guide to the Stephen Fowler Chadwick Papers



Manuscript Collection No.: 0014, 1522
Creator: Chadwick, Stephen Fowler, 1894-1975
Title: Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers
Date Span: 1917-1974
Quantity: 21.1 cubic feet
Languages: Collection materials are in English.

Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.



Biographical Note

Stephen Fowler Chadwick was born in Colfax, Washington, in 1894, the son of Stephen J. Chadwick, who was a judge of the Supreme Court of the state of Washington and its chief justice from 1918-1919. Stephen F. Chadwick attended schools in Colfax and Olympia, Washington, and then the University of Washington, 1911-1912. He graduated from the law school at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, in 1914 and from the University of Washington law school in 1915, entering the practice of law in Seattle in 1915.

Chadwick withdrew from the law practice to enter the U.S. Army in May 1917, serving with the 91st Division at Camp Lewis, Washington, and the 8th Division at Camp Fremont, California, before being assigned to the 27th Infantry American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia from August 1918 to May 1919. He was honorably discharged from the service in May 1919 and resumed his law practice in Seattle.

Chadwick was active in veteran's associations, particularly the American Legion, and helped in handling legal matters for the legion. Chadwick served as the legion's national commander from 1938 to 1939. He was also a member of the operating committee of the United Service Organization and the chair of the Council on Services to Armed Forces (United Service Organization Council) in Seattle.

Chadwick was a member of a number of other civic commissions and committees, and was a trustee of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Chadwick ran unsuccessfully as a Democrat for Congress in 1926, for the Senate in 1932, and as an anti-New Deal Democrat who broke with the party in 1940 to run as a Republican for the United States Senate. Stephen F. Chadwick died in 1975.

Arrangement

Arranged in three accessions:

  • Accession No. 0014-001, Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers, 1917-1955
  • Accession No. 1522-001, Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers, 1946-1960
  • Accession No. 1522-002, Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers, 1939-1974

Scope and Content

The personal and professional papers of Stephen F. Chadwick include materials related to his campaigns for political office, his involvement in organizations such as the American Legion and the Civilian Military Training Camps, and his interest in achieving peace through world law. The papers include correspondence, campaign materials, speeches, writings, and other materials.

People and organizations represented in the papers include Charles W. Ardery, Theodore D. Carlson, William J. Conniff, Orville H. Mills, Edward Moody Seay, Edward E. Spafford, the American Legion, Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Democratic Party, the Freemasons, the Seattle Civilian War Commission, the U.S. United Service Organizations (U.S.O.), the Seattle Civilian War Commission U.S.O. Council, the Seattle Historical Society, the United States Committee for the Atlantic Congress, the Washington State Bar Association World Peace Through Law Committee, the U.S. United World Federalists, and the Ancient Order of United Workmen.

Restrictions on Access

The papers are open to all users.

Restrictions on Use

The creator's literary rights have not been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info

Gift of Stephen Fowler Chadwick. Received in six installments in 1958, 1959, 1960, 1967, 1971, and 1974.

Processing Info

The collection is partially processed.


Inventory

  
Accession No. 0014-001
Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers, 1917-1955
14.9 cubic feet
Arrangement
Arranged in two parts according to date of receipt.
Scope and Content
Includes biographical material, correspondence, speeches, financial records, legal documents, court papers, campaign materials, and ephemera.
Processing Info
This accession is a merger of Accession Nos. 0047-001, 0072-001, 0344-001, and 0806-001.
Box/FolderDate
Part I
Arrangement: The materials are arranged into the following series:
  • Biographical information
  • Correspondence
  • Memoranda
  • Speeches and writings
  • Legal and financial records
  • Campaign materials
  • Clippings
  • Ephemera
  • Photographs
  • Civilian Military Training Camps
  • Reserve Officers Association
  • Unsorted ephemera and miscellany
Scope and Content: Part I includes biographical materials, correspondence, speeches, financial and legal documents, and campaign materials. The correspondence includes 96 folders of American Legion correspondence dating from 1920 to 1946. Seattle Civil War Commission and United Service Organization Council correspondence includes materials regarding Chadwick's participation in war activities in Seattle. The campaign materials include items related to Chadwick's runs for the U.S. House and Senate in 1926 and 1932, respectively. Materials on the Civilian Military Training Camps consist largely of correspondence, including letters between Chadwick and the state representatives of the Civilian Military Training camps whom he supervised, as well as correspondence with army officers at the base camps and from the U.S. Army 9th Corps Area headquarters in San Francisco.
Biographical information
Scope and Content: Some items containing biographical information have been pulled from the correspondence series; others may still be found in the correspondence series, under "Outgoing Correspondence" as follows:
1926 July 6 and August 9S. Driver
1926 August 5Joseph K. Carson, Jr.
1926 August 30George H. Christianson; David Knott
1926 October 1J.R. Justice
1926 November 18Al Smith
1927 January 27H.S. Smith
1927 February 7Bitzer F. Chadwick
1927 October 10A. Scott Bullitt
1927 December Bitzer F. Chadwick
1928 January 25William Todd; James Geraghty
1928 February 7William Todd
1928 April 3Editor of Colfax Examiner
1928 April 16Bitzer F. Chadwick
1928 May 12Hugh H. Wallace
1928 June 4 and 5Stephen James Chadwick
1928 June 5 James Geraghty
1928 December 8F.D. Roosevelt
1932 September 27John A. Rea
1/1Interview by Albert Gunnsundated
1/2Biographical materialsundated
Correspondence
Incoming correspondence
Processing Info: Letters from political parties are filed under the name of the party and then the local subdivision (for example Democratic Party, National Committee). Letters from chambers of commerce which are not broken down by location are labelled "general," and letters from other service organizations such as the Elks, Rotary, Shriners, etc. are arranged chronologically rather than alphabetically by location. Ephemera which pertains to organizations or individuals having their own named folders in the correspondence has been filed with this correspondence for the benefit of the researcher.
1/3Abel, Brent M.1940
3 items
1/4Ahepa, Order of1940
4 items
1/5Ainsworth, H. Miller1939-1940
2 items
1/6Albert, Charles S.1920, 1940
3 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion correspondence in Box 1.
1/7-10Alexander, Robert1932, 1937
approximately 80 items
1/11Allen, Clay1931, 1934
2 items
1/12Allen, Jay C.1931, 1945
2 items
1/13Allied Committee of Sixteen1936
2 items
1/14American Arbitration Association1941
7 items
1/15American Bar Association1930-44, undated
6 items
1/16American Democratic National Committee1944-1945
15 items
General Notes: See also: Democratic Party (general).
1/17American Flag Day Association1929-1940
7 items
1/18American Judicature Society1936-1942
4 items
American Legion
Scope and Content: American Legion materials are arranged chronologically with no distinction made for individual departments. The following are all included in the American Legion correspondence: National headquarters; all state departments as well as individual posts; National Rehabilitation Committee; Americanism Commission; the Law and Order Committee; the Auxiliary; and the American Legion magazine. The only organization which has been separated from the main body of American Legion papers is the Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux, which is part of the legion but functions as a separate unit with its own organization.
Letters to Chadwick from American Legion agents are filed under the American Legion entry. Those which are from individuals in the legion but which concern personal matters are filed under the personal name. In some cases, both the legion and the individual's files should be examined. Such is the case, for example, with William J. Coniff of Port Angeles, who played a major part in the Chadwick campaign for the position of national commander. The correspondence related to this is filed under Coniff's name because it is essentially personal although dealing with legion affairs.
See American Legion, 1937, below, for a complete list of department commander and adjutants, and national committeemen, 1919-1937.
American Legion commanders from 1920-1947:
1929
Paul V. McNutt
1930-1931
O.L. Brodenhamer
1931-1932
Henry L. Stevens
1932-1933
Louis A. Johnson
1933-1934
Edward A. Hayes
1934-1935
Frank N. Belgrano
1935-1936
Ray Murphy
1936-1937
Harry Colmery
1937-1938
Daniel Doherty
1938-1939
Stephen F. Chadwick
1939-1940
Raymond J. Kelly
1940-1941
Milo J. Warner
1941-1942
Lynn U. Stambough
1942-1943
Roane Waring
1943-1944
Warren H. Atherton
1944-1945
Edward N. Scheiberling
1945-1946
John Stelle
1946-1947
Paul H. Griffith

National adjutants:

  • James F. Barton
  • Frank Samuels
  • Donald G. Glascoff
Others corresponding with Chadwick as representative of the American Legion:
  • Denny, George E.
  • Drain, Jesse W.
  • Ellis, Clyde R.
  • Frasier, Clark W.
  • Halligan, Bert L.
  • Kibler, Herbert
  • Kraabel, T. O.
  • Lougaris, I. A.
  • McDade, D. M.
  • McGrail, Edward
  • Moser, Carl R.
  • Mundt, William C.
  • Newman, Lee L.
  • Owen, Thomas M.
  • Phillips, Harold
  • Powell, Charles L.
  • Puschner, Emma C.
  • Silver, Max A.
  • Snider, Claude C.
  • Swale, Thomas N.
  • Weingarten, Harry
  • Wilson, C. M.
  • Wise, Henry A.
1/19-37American Legion1920-1935
2/1-34American Legion1936, 1937
Scope and Content: Folder 2/13 contains a complete list of state commanders, adjutants, and national committeemen, 1919-1937.
3/1-35American Legion1938-1942
4/1-8American Legion1943-1946
4/19-23American Legion (ephemera)undated
approximately 40 items
5/1-5American Legion, Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux1930-1945
approximately 40 items
General Notes: See also: Ardery, Charles W.; Hutton, Arthur J.
5/6American Liberty League1936
5 items
5/7America's Town Meeting of the Air1942
6 items
5/8Ames, Edwin G.1926
1 item
5/9Ancient Order of United Workmen1919-1938
8 items
5/10-13Ardery, Charles W.1927-1946
80 items
General Notes: See also: American Legion, la Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux.
5/14Armstrong, Wayne M.1944-1946
3 items
5/15Arnest, Howard P.1932, 1940
8 items
5/16Association of Casualty & Surety Executives1938
2 items
5/17-20Atherton, Warren1935-1946
50 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
5/21Athletic Round Table1938-1944
8 items
5/22-28"A" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 75 items
5/29Bailey, Arthur E.1942-1944
3 items
5/30Baldwin, Raymond E.1946
1 item
5/30ABalmer, Thomas1934-1937
2 items
5/31Barrows, Lewis O.1940
1 item
5/32-33Barthell, Edward E.1931-1937
19 items
5/34Bartley, J. Leland1932-1944
9 items
5/35Beals, Walter B.1932-1944
10 items
5/36Bedford, Mrs. John Claude1938
1 item
5/37-38Belgrano, Frank N.1934-1945
16 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
5/39Benjamin & Ferguson1930-1932
5 items
5/40Bickelhaupt, Ivan A.1937
7 items
5/41Blethen, C. B.1940
1 item
5/42Bodenhamer, O. L.1929-1932
9 items
5/43Bolles, Lemuel1938
2 items
General Notes: See also: Official Source Records Fund.
5/44Bone, Homer Truett1932-1940
7 items
5/45Boy Rangers of America1941-1945
5 items
5/46Boyer, J. C.1943-1945
5 items
6/1Bricker, John W.1942-1944
5 items
6/2-3Brigham, Edmund T.1934-1937
25 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
6/4-5Broadman Library Foundation1940-1943
8 items
6/6Brome, Clinton1937
4 items
6/7Brooks, Frank1930-1937
8 items
6/8Brooks, Z.1930
4 items
6/9Brown, J. H.1932
1 item
6/10Buchanan, A. C.1941, 1946
2 items
6/11Buck, Sam R.1937-1939
2 items
6/12Bullitt, A. Scott1926-1932
6 items
6/13Burch, Kathlyn M.1941-1943
4 items
6/14Burke, Edward R.undated
1 item
6/15Burns, Lewis Robert1926-1928
4 items
6/16Burroughs, Howard1932
5 items
6/17Business Builders of Grays Harbor1939
7 items
6/18Byrnes, James F.1932
1 item
6/19-25"B" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 120 items
6/26Cain, Harry P.1944
1 item
6/27California Department of Natural Resources1938
1 item
6/28Callow, Wallace G.1937
4 items
6/29Campbell, Milt D.1928-1942
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
6/30Canfield, George E.1929-1944
2 items
6/31-47Carlson, Theodore D.1927-1946
approximately 150 items
6/48Carlson, Mrs. Theodore D.1937-1943
4 items
6/49Carroll, Harry W.1937-1938
2 items
6/50Carroll, John E.1938-1945
2 items
7/1-2Chadwick, Emma P. (Mrs. Stephen J.)1926-1944
15 items
7/3Chadwick, Mary1932, undated
6 items
7/4-5Chadwick, Pitzer F.1920-1944
16 items
7/6Chadwick, Stephen F. (Jr.)1945
2 items
7/7-9Chadwick, Stephen J.1917-1931
15 items
7/9Chaillaux, Homer1938
1 item
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
7/10Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon1940
5 items
7/11-18Chamber of Commerce, Seattle, Washington1929-1946
approximately 80 items
7/19Chamber of Commerce, Tacoma, Washington1934-1940
4 items
7/20Chamber of Commerce, United States1933-1934
3 items
7/21Chamber of Commerce (various)1926-1944
approximately 18 items
7/22Chamber of Commerce (Jr.) (various)1936-1946
approximately 6 items
7/23Chase, E. French1935
1 item
7/24China Club of Seattle1929-1944
4 items
7/25Christensen, George F.1926-1928
4 items
7/26Citizens Committee for a National War Service Act1943-1945
6 items
7/27Citizens School Emergency Committee, Seattle1934
2 items
7/28-30Clarke, Caspar W.1937-1938
40 items
7/31Cleveland, James Longstreet1933
1 item
7/32Cocreham, Roland1946
1 item
7/33Collins, Philip W.1936-1938
5 items
7/34Colmery, Harry W.1935-1940
8 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
7/35Colver, Henry A.1942-1944
2 items
7/36Committee for a Jewish Army in Palestine1942-1943
4 items
7/37-42Conniff, William J.1935-1945
approximately 60 items
General Notes: See also: Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of.
This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
Connally, Tom
General Notes: See: Mooers, Clifford.
7/43Cook, J. Russell1938-1945
4 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
7/44Crane, Richard1932
2 items
7/45Crary, Bean1940
4 items
7/46Crites, Newton1930-1945
6 items
7/47Crockett, A. G.1940
4 items
7/48Cunnningham, C. D.1927
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
7/49Curtin, Sherman1942
4 items
8/1-9"C" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 100 items
8/10Deal, Claude P.1944-1945
4 items
8/11Delle, Lee C.1942-1944
2 items
8/12-14Democratic Party (general)1927-1937
approximately 50 items
General Notes: See also: American Democratic National Committee.
8/15Democratic Party National Committee1931-1932
approximately 15 items
8/16Democratic Party, Spokane County1928-1932
approximately 15 items
8/17Democratic Party, Yakima Countyundated
3 items
General Notes: See also: Karr, Mrs. Harriet.
8/18Dentler, (Mrs. James)1932-1944
11 items
8/19Devin, William F.1942-1946
2 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle Mayor; Seattle Civilian War Commission.
8/20-21Dill, Clarence C.1926-1934
20 items
8/22Disabled American Veterans of the World War1930-1937
3 items
8/23Doherty, Daniel J.1937
2 items
8/24Donnelly, E. P.1927
3 items
8/25Donworth, Charles T.1934
1 item
Dore, John F.
General Notes: See: Seattle Mayor.
8/26-27Dorris, Ben F.1936-1945
20 items
8/28Doubleday, Robert S.1932-1940
2 items
8/29Douglas, Clara1937-1938
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
8/30Douglas, D. E.1938
1 item
8/31Douglas, Malcom1924-1937
2 items
8/32Douglass, Ned1932-1936
11 items
8/33Downer, George1928-1932
7 items
8/34Doyle, Stanley M.1940-1946
6 items
8/35Doyle, William1944-1945
2 items
8/36Drager, Bruno H.1943
3 items
8/37Drain, James A.1927-1942
10 items
8/38Drew, Arthur H.1919-1945
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
8/39Driver, Sam M.1920-1937
10 items
8/40Drummey, Edward H.1937
2 items
8/41Duke, John G.1937
10 items
8/42Dunn & Boyle1920
4 items
8/43Durkin, James1930-1932
8/44-46"D" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 50 items
9/1Earles, Mrs. Ellen M.1936
15 items
9/2Easton, Martin H.1921-1941
4 items
9/3Edwards, Paul1929-1932
6 items
9/4Ehrlichman, Benjamin B.1940
1 item
General Notes: See also: Chamber of Commerce, Seattle; Seattle Civilian War Commission.
9/5Einstoss, S.1940
3 items
Eisenhower, Dwight David
General Notes: See: United States Army.
9/6Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of1932-1941
12 items
9/7Elliott, Henry1944
1 item
9/8Employers' Group, The1942
4 items
9/9Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.1930
3 items
9/10Estabrook, Frank1934-1939
3 items
9/11Ettinger, Leon1941-1943
4 items
9/12-14"E" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 60 items
9/15Parley, James Aloysius1940-1945
4 items
General Notes: See also: Democratic Party, National Committee.
9/16Fatjo, Joseph D.1926-1937
8 items
9/17-19Federal Union, Inc.1941-1945
35 items
9/20Fischer, John C.1928-1937
5 items
9/21Fish, Hamilton1937-1943
2 items
9/22Fite, F. Bartow1938-1939
4 items
9/23Flagg, Herbert J.1932
1 item
9/24Flood, George E.1937-1940
3 items
9/25Fraizer, C. C.1934-1937
3 items
9/26Freedman, Hugh M.1943, undated
5 items
9/27Freeman, Miller1936-1943
10 items
9/28-33Freemasons1920-1946
80 items
9/34French, G. Decker1940-1942
3 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
9/35Fritsche, Jerome L.1939-1943
5 items
9/36Fuecker, Fred M.1944
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
9/37Furey, F. Hugh1923
1 item
9/38-41"F" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 80 items
9/42Gage, Fred C.1942-1945
3 items
9/43Galbraith, Allister R.1932
3 items
9/44Gander, Maclean1942
2 items
9/45Gatch, Claud1920-1924
2 items
9/46Gatch, Thomas L.1941-1944
7 items
General Notes: See also: United States Navy.
9/47Gates, Cassius E.1934-1942
3 items
9/48Geraghty, James M.1928-1937
6 items
9/49Gill Edwin S.1936-1941
3 items
9/50Gillies, H. Mayhew1937
2 items
9/51Gilman, Frank E.1944
1 item
9/52Gilman, Luthene C.1932
1 item
9/53Godwin, F. Whitney1937-1940
9/54Gose, Mack F.1926-1939
5 items
9/55Gose, Thomas P.1932
3 items
9/56Graham, Glenn T.1943
4 items
9/57Greater Seattle Defense Fund1941-1942
10 items
9/58Green, Joshua1944-1945
2 items
9/59Greene, Taylor M.1946
5 items
9/60Groundwater, Frank1932
2 items
9/61Gedmundson, Sigurdur K.1926-1930
3 items
10/1-5"G" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 75 items
10/6Haas, Saul1935
1 item
General Notes: See also: United States Treasury Department.
10/7Hadley, Lin H.1930
1 item
10/8Haley, Irving W.1932
3 items
10/9Hall, Harry1936-1937
3 items
10/10Hall, W. Bert1935
1 item
10/11Hanna, John W.1932
3 items
10/12-13Harrison, Broward C.1944-1945
16 items
10/14Hatch, Faye Minion1935-1940
5 items
10/15Hawkinson, Roy A.1932
4 items
10/16Hay, Marion E.1932
1 item
Hayes, Edward A.
General Notes: See: United States Navy.
10/17Healy, Ned R.1946
1 item
10/18Heifner, Charles G.1927-1930
4 items
10/19Henderson, Wilber1935-1946
5 items
10/20Hill, Knute1934-1936
2 items
10/21Hill, Samuel Billingsley1930-1934
4 items
10/82Holcomb, C. L.1938
1 item
10/23Holcomb, Ira G.1937
2 items
10/24Holcomb, O. R.1919-1934
5 items
10/25-26Holifield, Karl L.1944-1945
10 items
10/27Holmes, Hal1946
1 item
10/28Horan, Walter Franklin1946
2 items
10/29Hoxsey, Maurice Y.1919-1926
3 items
10/30Hughes, I. N.1932
1 item
10/31Hurja, Enil Edward1932-1944
3 items
10/32-33Hutton, Arthur J.1937-1945
15 items
General Notes: See also: American Legion, Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux; Washington State Liquor Control Board.
This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
10/34-42"H" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 120 items
10/43Irvine, B. F.1934-1940
3 items
10/44"I" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 20 items
10/45 Japanese-American Courier, The 1937-1941
6 items
10/46Johnsen, Max1919
3 items
10/47Johnson, Albert1930
1 item
10/48Johnson, Hiram W.1944
1 item
10/49Johnson, J. Monroe1932
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
10/50Johnson, Louis A.1933-1944
7 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
10/51Johnson, Royal C.1937
1 item
10/52Johnston, Eric A.1934
1 item
10/53Joint Commission for the Protection of Fisheriesundated
10/54Jonathan Club1939-1942
7 items
10/55Jones, Homer R.1940-1946
2 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
10/56Jones, Irwin H.1932-1937
5 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
10/57Jones, Richard Seelye1937
3 items
10/58Jones, Wesley L.1930-1932
3 items
10/59-61"J" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 60 items
11/1KIRO1945
10 items
11/2-3Kappa Sigma1919-1946
30 items
11/4Karr, Arthur1931-1935
2 items
11/5Karr, (Mrs.) Harriet1926-1940
15 items
General Notes: See also: Democratic Party, Yakima County.
11/6Keeler, J. L.1921-1932
3 items
11/7Kelley, Charles Q.1944
1 item
11/8Kelley, Robert S.1938
1 item
11/9Kelly, E. Pat1932
2 items
11/10Kelly, Ray1936-1937
3 items
11/11Ker, Robbie1937-1946
2 items
11/11AKessler, Louis1927
1 item
11/12King, Harold B.1931-1940
4 items
11/13Kiwanis1936-1944
10 items
11/14Klawans, J. R.1937-1938
3 items
11/15Knox (Frank) for President Committee1935
1 item
11/16Kuhn, Paul R.1941
1 item
11/17Kuykendall, E. V.1932
1 item
11/18-22"K" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 75 items
11/23LaFollette, W. L.1944
2 items
11/24Langlie, Arthur Bernard1938-1944
8 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle Mayor.
11/25Lash, Frederick M.1940-1944
11/26Last Man's Club, Seattle1938-1945
20 items
11/27Latcham, F. A.1938-1940
3 items
11/28Lawler, James T.1926-1936
4 items
11/29Lawrence, Hugh1943-1944
2 items
11/30Lawton, Harry R.1933-1942
10 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
11/31Leavy, Charles H.1936-1938
2 items
11/32Le Sourd, Francis A.1937-1938
5 items
11/33Lewis, Lester W.1937
1 item
11/34Littell, Norman M.1938
1 item
11/35Lloyd, Wesley1932-1935
10 items
11/36Lonergan, Pierce1942-1943
8 items
11/37Love, Frank C.1941-1946
5 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
11/38Lowe, Frank E.1940-1945
9 items
General Notes: See also: United States War Department.
11/39Lucas, Scott W.1938-1944
2 items
11/40-44"L" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 75 items
11/45McCartney, Summerfield1928-1938
7 items
11/46McDougle, Robert B.1931-1937
2 items
11/47McGovern, J. F.1932
2 items
11/48McKay, William O.1942-1946
3 items
11/49McKenzie, Victor1928-1946
14 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
11/50McKevitt, Francis J.1932-1935
4 items
11/51McKinley, William G.1940-1941
2 items
11/52McNary, Charles L.1940, undated
2 items
11/53McNutt, Paul V.1938-1942
3 items
General Notes: See also: United States Federal Security Agency.
This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
12/1Magnuson, Warren G.1932-1943
7 items
12/2Marks, Norman L.1935-1937
5 items
12/3Martin, Charles H.1934-1942
2 items
12/4-5Martin, Clarence D.1932-1938
17 items
12/6Martin, John A.1934
1 item
12/7Mason, Hollie Lee1942-1945
2 items
12/8Mathews, William1930
3 items
12/9Matthews, (Rev.) Mark A.1933-1940
10 items
General Notes: See also: Red Cross, United States.
12/10Maury, (Mrs.) Claire1928-1935, undated
7 items
12/11-12Maury, Herndon J.1925-1942
30 items
12/13Meany, Edmond S.1926
1 item
12/14Meisnest, Darwin1938
2 items
12/15-17Military Order of the World War1931-1946
30 items
12/18Millard, William J.1927-1941
15 items
12/19Miller, John F.1930
1 item
12/20Miller, Thomas W.1937
4 items
12/21Millikin, Earl1935
1 item
General Notes: See also: Seattle Mayor.
12/22Mills, Charles A.1930, undated
2 items
12/23-27Mills, Orville H.1932-1945
approximately 75 items
12/28Monroe, W. A.1927-1928
3 items
12/29Mooers, Clifford1932-1944
11 items
12/30Moore, Roy W.1940-1942
8 items
12/31Morris, Charles E.1938-1946
6 items
12/32Mortgage Bankers of America1945
2 items
12/33Moses, Harry M.1940-1942
2 items
12/34Municipal League of Seattle1939-1944
9 items
12/35Murphy, Arthur A.1934-1937
4 items
12/36Murphy, James A.1935
1 item
12/37Murphy, Ray1935-1946
6 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
12/38-48"M" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 165 items
13/1National Association of Manufacturers1941
1 item
General Notes: See also: Seay, Edward Moody.
13/2-3National Association of Veterans of American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia, Inc.1938-1946
approximately 30 items
13/4National Economic League, Boston1938-1940
approximately 15 items
13/5National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis1943-1944
2 items
13/6Neary, Edward J.1934-1937
2 items
13/7Neblett, William H.1934-1938
7 items
13/8Newhall, Charles Abbot1932
2 items
13/9Newman, John H.1921-1937
2 items
13/10Nicholson, Ralph W.1944
1 item
13/11Nilsson, George W.1937-1941
5 items
13/12Norman, Fred1942-1946
3 items
13/13North Pacific Centennial Association1935
2 items
13/14 Northwest Veteran (magazine)1937-1938
6 items
13/15-19"N" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 70 items
13/20O'Brien, John J.1929-1944
8 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
13/21Odlin, Reno1927-1939
14 items
13/22Official Source Records Fund1929
3 items
13/23Olsen, Ole1940
3 items
13/24Olson, Ray L.1931-1932
4 items
13/25101 Club1936-1939
6 items
13/26O'Neill, Paul1941-1945
2 items
13/27Orme, A. D.1935-1937
5 items
13/28Osborn, Albert F.1930-1941
4 items
13/29Owen, Jerrold1937-1944
5 items
13/30-31"O" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 30 items
13/32Parker, Frank1939-1944
2 items
13/33Parson, Lillian1943
4 items
13/34Parsons, Reginald H.1936-1943
10 items
13/35Paul, Charles H.1930
1 item
13/36Paul, Timothy A.1932
7 items
13/37Payne, Van P.1932
1 item
13/38Peck, Sedley1937-1938
3 items
13/39Pelly, Thomas M.1940
2 items
13/40People's National Bank of Washington1938-1941
4 items
13/41Perkins, Walter A.1927
2 items
13/42Pinola, Frank L.1932-1937
3 items
13/43Platt, J. C.1937-1941
5 items
13/44Plummer, Samuel C.1935-1942
4 items
13/45Poe, Falknor, Falknor & Emory (firm)1928
1 item
13/46Porterfield, Robert B.1943
3 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
13/47Powell, Junius L.1941-1946
4 items
13/48-53"P" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 90 items
13/54Quinn, John R.1935-1941
3 items
13/55"Q" Miscellaneousundated
1 item
14/1Rabinovich, Joe1937
2 items
14/2-3Rainier Club1932-1946
15 items
14/4Randall, Della D.1932
5 items
14/5Rantz, Charles1928-1938
7 items
14/6Ratliff, S. E.1928
1 item
14/7Rattner, Irving N.1926
1 item
14/8Rea, John A.1932
3 items
14/9-10Red Cross, United States1940
2 items
General Notes: See also: Matthews, (Rev.) Mark A.
14/11Regan, William T.1940
2 items
14/12-13Republican Party1940-1946
30 items
14/14Republican Postwar Policy Committee1943
2 items
14/15-16Reserve Officers Association of the United States1926-1940
25 items
14/17Reynolds, Sam W.1934-1935
4 items
14/18Riley, Edith Dolan1932
1 item
General Notes: See also: Democratic Party, Spokane County.
14/19Riordan, Thomas J.1937-1941
8 items
14/20Roberts, Joseph Dana1932-1945
7 items
14/21Robertson, Wilbur Wade1932
2 items
14/22Robinson, John S.1940
1 item
14/23Roderick, David M.1937-1946
10 items
14/24Roosevelt, Franklin Delano1931-1941
8 items
Rogers, Nat S.
General Notes: See: Rotary International.
14/25Roosevelt Business and Professional League1932
3 items
Roosevelt, H. L.
General Notes: See: United States Navy.
14/26Rotary International1932-1945
8 items
14/27Rummens, George H.1932
1 item
14/28Rundall, Charles O.1932-1939
8 items
14/29Rupp, Werner A.1939
3 items
General Notes: See also: Business Builders of Grays Harbor.
14/30Russian War Relief, Inc.1942-1944
10 items
14/31Ryan, Frank W.1940
2 items
14/31Ryan, George E.1928-1937
5 items
General Notes: See also: Heifner, Charles R.
14/32Ryan, John Alden1935-1940
5 items
14/33Ryan, Ray F.1927
2 items
14/34-39"R" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 80 items
Sakamoto, James Y.
General Notes: See: Japanese American Courier.
14/39ASaltonstall, Leverett1940-1941
2 items
14/40Sanders, Jared Y.1937-1946
3 items
14/41Schweiberling, Edward N.1937-1944
7 items
14/42Schmitz, Dietrich1936-1945
3 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle Public Schools; Washington Mutual Savings Bank.
14/43Schoenfeld, L. Kenneth1934-1945
2 items
14/44Schwartz, William D.1936-1942
10 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
14/45-46Schwellenbach, Lewis B.1934-1938
21 items
15/1Seattle (general)1920-1945
9 items
15/2-7Seattle Civilian War Commission1943-1945
approximately 90 items
Scope and Content: The war activities in Seattle, and Chadwick's participation in them, are seen in the files of the Seattle Civilian War Commission and its various subcommittees. One of these is the U.S.O. Council (officially called the Council on Services to the Armed Forces and the U.S.O. Council), of which Chadwick was chairman. This material has been filed under United Service Organizations Council to bring all the United Service Organizations material together and to correspond to the references used throughout the correspondence.
15/8-9Seattle Civilian War Commission Administration Board minutes1943-1945
approximately 35 items
15/10-11Seattle Mayor1933-1945
15 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle Civil War Commission.
15/12Seattle Municipal Defense Commission1942
5 items
15/13Seattle Public Library1926-1940
5 items
15/14Seattle Public Schools1934-1941
6 items
General Notes: See also: Schmitz, D.
15/15Seattle Bar Association1920-1943
12 items
15/16Seattle Baseball Booster Committee1940-1945
5 items
15/17Seattle Brewing & Malting Co.1936-1943
15 items
Seattle Community Fund
General Notes: See: Seattle Council of Social Agencies
15/18Seattle Council of Churches1933-1944
3 items
15/19Seattle Council of Social Agencies1940-1945
12 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle-King County War and Community Chest.
15/20-21Seattle-King County War and Community Chest1942-1945
30 items
General Notes: See also: Seattle Council of Social Agencies.
15/22Seattle National Bank1929-1939
6 items
15/23 Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1934-1938
3 items
15/24Seattle Real Estate Board1939-1945
4 items
15/25 Seattle Star 1926-1942
3 items
15/26 Seattle Times 1931-1942
4 items
15/27-32Seay, Edward Moody1939-1945
approximately 90 items
General Notes: See also: National Association of Manufacturers; United States Navy.
15/33Securities Insurance Agency, Inc.1941-1942
4 items
15/34Shafer, Chesterundated
3 items
15/35Sherwood, Cameron1944, undated
6 items
Shoup, Paul
General Notes: See: Chamber of Commerce, United States.
15/36Sick, Emil G.1941-1945
5 items
Sieg, L. P.
General Notes: See: University of Washington.
15/37Simpson, George B.1942
2 items
Smith, Charles L.
General Notes: See: Seattle Mayor.
15/38Smith, J. Hugo1937
2 items
15/39Smith, Martin F.1934-1940
4 items
15/40Snell, Earl1940-1946
2 items
16/1Sowers, Daniel1934-1944
5 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
16/2-8Spafford, Edward E.1931-1941
approximately 100 items
16/9Spangler, R. C.1932
3 items
16/10Spear, Ben1926
1 item
16/11Spratlin, Allen1940
2 items
16/12Sprague, Charles A.1940
2 items
16/13Squibb, Frank D.1937-1938
4 items
16/14Stambaugh, Lynn U.1940-1945
5 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
16/15Stanbro, D. Bert1927-1944
11 items
16/16Starnes, Joe1939
1 item
16/17Steiwer, Frederick1933-1934
3 items
16/18Steiwer, (Mrs.) Janet1943, undated
5 items
16/19Stelle, John H.1931-1945
5 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
16/20Stenback, Edwin L.1931-1945
5 items
16/21Stern, William1939-1940
3 items
16/22Stewart, Calvin W.1939-1941
1 item
16/23Strout, Edwin A.1939-1941
3 items
16/24Styer, Henry D.1926-1932
6 items
16/25Sullivan, John Dwight1937
2 items
16/26-27Sullivan, John J.1931-1944
30 items
16/28Summers, John W.1930
1 item
16/29Summers, Lane1935-1938
3 items
16/30-40"S" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 150 items
17/1Talbott, Walter S.1936-1944
10 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
17/1ATaylor, J. S.1941
1 item
17/2Taylor, John Thomas1939-1944
8 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
17/2ATeal, G. C.1926-1932
2 items
17/3Thacker, Earl1942
2 items
Thomas, Christy
General Notes: See: Chamber of Commerce, Seattle.
17/4Time, Inc.1942-1946
6 items
17/5Todd, William H.1927-1928
8 items
17/6Tollefson, Thor C.1946
1 item
17/7Tolman, Warren W.1932
3 items
17/8Torrance, Kirby1937
2 items
17/9Totem Broadcasters1932-1938
3 items
17/10Townsend, Walter B.1936-1938
8 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
17/11Townsend (Earl F.) & Co., Seattle1936-1942
8 items
17/12Troup, John1944
3 items
17/13Turner, Theodore1936
1 item
17/14Twomey, Jeremiah1938
1 item
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
17/15Tyler, D. Gardiner1926-1943
5 items
17/16Tyler, James Alfred Jones1926-1940
3 items
17/17-19"T" Miscellaneousundated
approximately 35 items
17/20United Air Lines1934-1945
5 items
17/21-28United Service Organizations, Inc. (U.S.O.)1942-1945
approximately 100 items
17/29-32United Service Organizations Council, Seattle.1944-1946
approximately 40 items
Scope and Content: The war activities in Seattle, and Chadwick's participation in them, are seen it the files of the Seattle Civilian War Commission and its various subcommittees. One of these is the United Service Organizations Council (also called the Council on Services to the Armed Forces), of which Chadwick was chairman. This material has been filed under United Service Organizations Council to bring all the United Service Organizations material together and to correspond to the references used throughout the correspondence.
17/33United States Agriculture Department1945
2 items
17/34-35United States Army1925-1945
30 items
17/36United States Attorney General1934-1938
4 items
17/37United States Congress1926-1945
8 items
17/38United States Federal Security Agency1940-1944
8 items
17/39United States Immigration & Naturalization Service1926-1939
3 items
17/40United States Justice Dept.1932-1942
3 items
17/41United States National Recovery Administration1934
2 items
17/42-43United States Navy1933-1945
20 items
General Notes: See also: Gatch, Thomas; Seay, Edward Moody.
18/1United States Treasury Department1919-1945
6 items
18/2United States Veterans Administration1926-1946
15 items
18/3United States Veterans Bureau1927-1929
2 items
18/4-5United States War Department1928-1945
approximately 25 items
18/6United States Office of War Information1944
10 items
18/7United States Works Projects Administration1936-1937
3 items
18/8 United States News 1939-1942
8 items
18/9University Club, Seattle1939-1945
10 items
18/10-11"U" Miscellaneousundated
30 items
18/12Valiant, June1941
2 items
18/13Varner, Howard C.1940
3 items
18/14Veterans Memorial Cemetery1934-1940
5 items
18/14AVeterans of Foreign Wars1936-1938
3 items
18/15"V" Miscellaneousundated
15 items
18/16Waite, Estelle1932
1 item
18/17Wallgren, Monrad C.1933-1945
8 items
18/18Wanamaker, Pearl A.1935
1 item
18/19Ward, A. H.1932-1938
5 items
18/20Warner, Harold J.1935-1945
7 items
18/21Warner, Milo J.1937-1946
8 items
General Notes: See also: Bricker, John W.; Kuhn, Paul R.; Mooers, Clifford.
This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
18/22Washington, Highway Department1937-1938
3 items
18/23Washington Liquor Control Board1935-1942
6 items
General Notes: See also: Hutton, Arthur J.
18/24Washington Social Security Department1938-1941
6 items
18/25Washington State Department1919-1932
3 items
18/26Washington State Progress Commission1937-1938
4 items
18/27-29University of Washington1934-1946
30 items
18/30-31University of Washington Alumni1931-1944
15 items
18/32Washington & Lee University1926-1945
7 items
18/33-34Washington & Lee University Alumni1925-1946
35 items
18/35Washington Education Association1931-1939
15 items
18/36Washington Mutual Savings Bank1921-1942
4 items
18/37Washington Savings & Loan League1943-1944
3 items
18/39Washington State Bar Association1921-1938
12 items
18/40Watkins, Ferre C.1932-1937
8 items
18/41Matters, Wayde H.1932
2 items
18/42Welts, R. V.1921-1922
3 items
18/43West, Herbert G.1935-1941
8 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
18/44Wheeler, Mason1937-1944
5 items
18/46Wheelock, Julia1934-1940
10 items
18/47Whetstone, Joseph A.1932
1 item
18/48White, Wallace H.1944
1 item
19/1Wiestling, Frank B.1931
1 item
19/1AWilliams, Hugh T.1934-1937
6 items
19/2Williams, L. A.1932-1944
7 items
General Notes: This correspondent is also represented in the American Legion Correspondence in Box 1.
19/3-4Williams, Samuel H.1921-1946
20 items
19/5Wilkie, Wandall1940-1944
3 items
19/6Wilson, Pat1932
2 items
19/7Winfree, Oscar1937-1938
7 items
19/8Wingo, John T.1922-1924
8 items
19/9Winne, Frances1937, undated
6 items
19/10Wood, Harvey1937
2 items
19/10Woodring. Harry H.undated
General Notes: See United States War Department.
19/11Worthington, William1932
1 item
19/12-20"W" Miscellaneousundated
125 items
19/21Yonge, James E.1937-1944
4 items
19/22Young, Harry K.1930-1937
3 items
General Notes: See also: Washington and Lee University Alumni.
19/23Young Men's Christian Association1926-1945
6 items
19/24Young Women's Christian Association1944-1945
6 items
19/25"Y" Miscellaneousundated
20 items
19/26Zioncheck, Marion A.1933-1935
4 items
19/27"Z" Miscellaneousundated
1 item
19/28Unidentifiedundated
Outgoing correspondence
Box
201919-19311919-1931
approximately 900 items
211932-19341932-1934
approximately 850 items
221935-1937 June1935-1937 June
approximately 1400 items
231937 July-1940 April1937 July-1940 April
approximately 1940 items
241940 May-1942 1940 May-1942
approximately 700 items
251943-19461943-1946
approximately 1000 items
Box/Folder
25/25-54Letters of recommendation1917 April
3 items
26/1-3Memoranda1926-1942
approximately 50 items
26/4-11Speeches and writings1921-1946
approximately 65 items
General Notes: Campaign speeches from 1926 and 1932 have been filed with the campaign materials for those years.
Legal and financial records
26/12Court papers -- miscellaneous1926-1937
6 items
General Notes: See also Incoming Correspondence: Lonergan, Pierce.
26/13Legal documents -- miscellaneousundated
12 items
Scope and Content: Contains agreements, certificates, etc.
26/14Financial miscellany1939-1944
7 items
General Notes: Other materials may be found in Outgoing correspondence -- for example, correspondence with Orville H. Mills.
Campaign materialsundated
Arrangement: Campaign materials are arranged by year: 1926, when Chadwick was a candidate for Congress; 1928, when Chadwick was not a candidate; and 1932, when Chadwick campaigned in the primary for Congress against Homer Bone.
Processing Info: In 1932, Ned Douglas was Chadwick's campaign manager. His letters and notes to Chadwick have been filed with the Incoming correspondence. Other correspondence pertaining to political campaigns has also been left in the Correspondence series: material incoming to Chadwick or his headquarters has been filed according to name of sender, and material outgoing from headquarters, signed by Chadwick, Douglas, or others, has been filed with the Outgoing correspondence. This series, therefore, contains only general materials, speeches and writings, ephemera, clippings, etc.
1926
26/15-16General
20 items
Scope and Content: Form letters, financial miscellany, publicity releases, etc.
26/17-19Speeches and writings
approximately 22 items
26/20Ephemera
approximately 10 items
26/211928
Scope and Content: Chadwick was not a candidate in 1928, but there are 10 items concerning the Democratic Party.
1932
26/22General
10 items
26/23Speeches and writings
11 items
26/24Lists of names
10 items
26/25-26Clippings
50 items
26/27Ephemera
12 items
27/1-7Clippings
approximately 150 items
27/8-16Ephemera
approximately 100 items
Processing Info: Ephemera from individuals and organizations having their own folders in the incoming correspondence has been interfiled with that correspondence. The rest, located here, has been filed alphabetically by source.
27/17Photographsundated
Box
28-29Civilian Military Training Camps
Historical Note : The Civilian Military Training Camps were civilian training camps established and supervised by the United States War Department, originally with the cooperation of certain participating universities.
For useful background on the Civilian Military Training Camps, the researcher should consult the reprint, "The Military Training Camps, 1913-1931," by Henry S. Drinker, found in the ephemera.
Arrangement: Because of the nature of the collection, in which all the correspondence was interrelated, the correspondence has been filed in one consecutive chronological order with no separation of incoming and outgoing material. The bulk within each year lies between March and July, since the camps occurred during the summer.
Scope and Content: The bulk of the material is correspondence, all pertaining to individual camps held in the state of Washington. Chadwick was the state chairman for the Military Training Camps Association of the United States. His immediate supervisor was the Military Training Camps Association chief civilian aide for the 9th Corps Area, Mark L. Geistle, and he, in turn, was supervised by the Civilian Military Training Camps of the United States. Tom R. Wyles and Charles Burrall were the chief aides to the secretary of war from the organization, as each headed the Military Training Camps Association and served as liaison between the Military Training Camps Association and the United States War Department.
The camps in the state of Washington were held primarily at Forts Worden, George Wright, and Lewis. Army officers from these bases are well represented in the correspondence. There is much correspondence from the United States Army 9th Corps Area headquarters in San Francisco. There is also material from the United States War Department, the Civilian Military Education Fund, and one 1938 letter from John M. Coffee.
Chadwick supervised the state representatives of the C.M.T.C., so these agents are all represented in the collection. The names included are:
  • Adams, Hugh H.
  • Anderson, J. Harold
  • Ankeny, Levi
  • Astel, George
  • Baldwin, Jack M
  • Bennett, Bruce
  • Brooks, Z. O.
  • Brown, E. K.
  • Buck, Sam R.
  • Caples, D. Elwood
  • Carter, Lee
  • Colvin, Ewing D.
  • Conniff, Wm. J.
  • Deamer, Charles
  • Dohm, Edw. C.
  • Donley, L. B.
  • Frost, Jack
  • Johnson, Chas. A.
  • Knoebel, E. C.
  • Langenback, John
  • McCallum, J. D.
  • Malloy, Frank B.
  • Gakshott, Thomas I.
  • O'Connell, L. J.
  • Ott, Richard B.
  • Powell, Charles L.
  • Smith, B. H.
  • Starrett, E. Morris
  • Strout, E. A.
  • Talbott, Walter S.
  • Whitman, A. R.
  • Wilson, Edw. S.
Box/Folder
28/1-29General correspondence1929-1939 March
29/1-24General correspondence1939 April-1945
approximately 1600 items
29/25Ephemeraundated
10 items
29/26Miscellaneousundated
29/27-28Reserve Officers Association Conference1926 October-1927 April
Scope and Content: The fifteen items included are primarily reports and minutes from the conference.
Box
30-32Unsorted ephemera and miscellany
Part II
Arrangement: The materials are arranged into the following series:
  • Biographical material
  • Correspondence
  • Legal and financial records
  • Speeches and writings
  • News releases
  • Ephemera
  • Clippings
  • Reports
  • Campaign material
  • Notes
  • Miscellany
Scope and Content: The part consists largely of correspondence, financial and legal records, speeches, court papers, and other materials from 1933-1940, with the bulk from 1940.
Box/Folder
1/1Biographical materialundated
Correspondence
Scope and Content: One item per name unless otherwise indicated.
Incoming correspondence1937-1940
1/2Acme Letter Shop1940
1/2Aitken, Hugh J.1940
1/2Alexander, E. L.1940
1/2American Legion1940
1/2American Society of Women Accountants1940
1/2Amos A. T.1940
1/2Associated Marketers1940
2 items
1/2Averill, Harry B.1940
1/3Bartley, J. Leland1940
2 items
1/3Beecher, H. W.1940
1/3Bell, Frank T.1940
1/3Blethen, Clarence B.1940
1/3Bliss, Charles K.1940
1/3Bloedel, J. H.1940
1/3Blunt, Joe1940
1/3Bogle, Bogle, and Gates1940
1/3Bone, Homer Truett1940
1/3Boyce, J. Archie1940
1/4Bray, William E.1940
1/4Brigham, Edmund T.1940
1/4Brooks, Z. O.1940
1/4Brown, Edwin J.1940
1/4Brown, O. R.1940
1/4Brownell, Eugene B.1940
1/4Buck, Sam R.1940
2 items
1/4Burch, Kathlyn1940
3 items
1/4Burke, S. P.1940
1/5Campbell, Bertha M.1940
1/5Cantrell, Lena1940
1/5Carlson, M. Elizabeth1940
2 items
1/5Carlson, Theodore D.1940
1/5Carver, W. C.1940
1/5Casey, Eugene B.1940
1/5Chamber of Commerce, Bellingham1940
1/5Chamber of Commerce, Hoquiam1940
2 items
1/5Chamber of Commerce, Tacoma1940
1/6Chase T. D.1940
1/6Chastek, Chester J.1940
1/6Clarke, Casper W.1940
2 items
1/6Congdon, George C.1940
1/6Coniff, William J.1940
1/6Cramer, Jim H.1940
1/7Damon, Norman1940
1/7David, Peter1940
1/7Davis, C. M.1940
1/7Dawley, J. M.1946
1/7Democratic Party, National Campaign Committee1940
1/7Devlin, J. C.1940
1/7Diettrich, Theodore1940
1/7Dingle, Cletys1940
2 items
1/7Dolan, Lawrence1940
1/7Donovan, Jack1940
1/8Doubleday, Robert S.1940
4 items
1/8Doughton, Robert L.1940
2 items
1/8Drake, D. W.1940
1/8Druffel, William O.1940
2 items
1/8Duncan, Howard W.1940
1/8Dunlap, Edgar B.1940
4 items
1/9Ebel, L. J.1940
1/9Eggers, G. L.1940
1/9Ehrlichman, Ben B.1940
1/9Elias, W. Todd1940
1/9Ellington, C.1940
1/9Evans, R. D.1940
1/10Farley, A. G.1940
1/10Farley, James Aloysius1940
3 items
1/10Feek, William A.1940
1/10Feeley, H.M. and Associates1940
1/10Fishback, H. O.1940
1/10Fisher, Horner C.1937
2 items
1/10Fite, F. Bartow, Jr.1940
1/11Fletcher, Lena1940
4 items
1/11Flood, George E.1940
1/12Foley, Jim and Hattie1939
1/12Foss, W.1940
1/12Freedman, Hugh M.1940
1/12Freedman, Miller1940
3 items
1/13Friar, Howard C.1940
1/13Frunch, Alice C.1940
1/13Fuecker, Fred M. (Fueker)1940
6 items
1/13Fuller, Richard E.1940
1/14Gabrielson, Carl D.1940
1/14Gage, B. K.1940
1/14Gammon, Mary H.1940
1/14Garfield, Irene Pelham1940
1/14Gearhart, Bertrand W.1940
1/14Gephart, James M.1940
1/14Gilkey, Frank1940
1/14Gillette, Guy M.1940
1/14Gose, Mack F.1940
1/14Gould, Anne1940
1/14Graham, Bob1940
1/14Gray, Basil1940
1/14Green, Elurie L.1940
1/14Green, Joshua1940
1/14Griffiths, Austin E.1940
1/14Gustinson, Elizabeth Sutton1940
1/15Haggarty, Edward F.1940
1/15Hambly, L. G.1940
1/15Hammond, Thomas G.1940
2 items
1/15Happy, John H.1940
1/15Harmon, U. E.1940
1/15Hassler, W. E.1940
1/15Healy, Tim1940
1/15Heppenstall, Bill1940
1/15Hirsch, V. T.1940
1/15Hood, George G.1940
1/15Horan, Walter1940
1/15Horsley, William H.1940
1/15Hoyt, Palmer1940
1/15Hurd, Laura1940
1/15Hurst, Leora19440
1/15Hutton, Arthur J.1940
3 items
1/16Isenhart, John1940
1/17Johnson, Clarence M.1940
1/17Johnston, Eric A.1940
2 items
1/17Jones, E. W.1939
1/17Jones, Irwin H.1940
2 items
1/17Jorgenson, E. W.1940
3 items
1/18Kaynor, Clifford1940
1/18Kelley, Giles A.1940
1/18Kelley, John G.1940
1/18Kenney, Frank J.1940
1/18Kevin, Edward and Victory1940
1/18Kipp, Robert H.1940
1/19Lamb, Frank H.1940
1/19Lamby, Roy1940
1/19Laughbon, Hazel1940
1/19Lawrence, Hugh M.1940
1/19Lawton, Harry R.1940
2 items
1/19Laycock, Claude R.1940
1/19Legge, Max1940
1/19Lind, Carl R.1940
1/19Lingley, Lewis W.1940
1/19Littell, Norman M.1940
2 items
1/19London, Dan E.1940
1/20McAulay, George F.1940
1/20McDougal, John1940
1/20McDowell, Gwendolyn1940
1/20McGinnis, Edward F.1940
3 items
1/20McGlinn, John P.1940
1/20McGoldrick, Jack H.1940
1/20McKenzie, Victor1940
1/20Magnuson, Warren Grant1940
1/20Major, Don M.1940
2 items
1/20Mander, Caroline1940
1/20Martin, Clarence D.1940
1/20Martin, Harrison B.1940
1/20Martin, Joseph W.1940
1/20Masena, Evelyn1940
1/20Maybury, Charles R.1940
1/20Mighelle, R. E.1940
1/21Millard, W. J.1940
1/21Miller, Warren E.1940
1/21Miller, W. H.1940
2 items
1/21Mooers, Clifford1940
2 items
1/21Moriarty, Charles P.1940
1/21Morris, Amelia1940
1/21Morthland, Lane1940
1/21Munger, A. R.1940
1/22National Committee for Agriculture1940
1/22Newton, E. F.1940
1/23Oakshott, Tom1940
1/23O'Brien, John J.1940
9 items
1/23Oles, Floyd1940
1/23Olwell, E. L.1940
1/23Owsley, Alvin Mansfield1939-1940
3 items
1/24Parsons, Reginald H.1940
1/24Patterson, Graham1940
1/24Plummer, Samuel C.1940
1/24Potter, Paul M.1940
1/24Pro America, Washington State1940
1/24Pryor, Sam F., Jr.1940
1/24Puget Sound Pulp and Timber Company, Bellingham1940
1/25Q., Harry R.1940
1/25Quoidbach, Gay M.1940
1/26Rainwater, Harold1940
1/26Ramsey, H. J.1940
1/26Ramsey, Ray1940
1/26Reed, William G.1940
1/26 The Republican 1940
1/26Republican Party, National Committee1940
2 items
1/26Republican Party, Washington, Spokane County, Women's Republican Club1940
1/26Riley, Edward B.1940
3 items
1/26Rinehart, William V., Jr.1940
2 items
1/26Ritter, Harriet1940
1/26Roberg, Grace1940
1/26Roberts, Lee W.1940
1/26Robinson, Harold A.1940
1/26Robinson, John S.1940
3 items
1/27Romig, F. V.1940
1/27Roosevelt, Theodore1940
10 items
1/27Ross, Margaret M.1940
3 items
1/27Rummers, George H.1940
3 items
1/27Rupp, W. A.1940
1/27Russell, J. W.1940
1/27Ryan, George E.1940
1/28Sanford, I. H.1940
1/28Scriber, Charles E.1940
2 items
1/28Scroggs, William A.1940
1/28Seabury, Howard1940
1/28Sears, H. L.1940
1/28 Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1940
1/28Seay, Edward M.1940
4 items
1/29Sherwood, Cameron1940
1/29Sherwood, Elmer W.1940
1/29Skinner, Henry L.1940
1/29Smith, Lawrence K.1940
1/29Snider, Claude C.1940
1/29Soundview Pulp Company1940
2 items
1/29Southard, T. B.1940
1/29Stark, Charles R.1940
2 items
1/29Start (Lloyd C.) Club of Chicago1940
1/30Stoess, P. C.1940
1/30Stotler, F. L.1940
1/30Stratton, Henry1940
2 items
1/30Strout, E. A.1940
1/30Sullivan, John J.1940
2 items
1/30Swanson, Walter V.1940
3 items
1/31Taft, Archie1940
1/31Taylor, John Thomas1940
1/31Tesreau, Elmer1940
1/31Thrupp, Adrian C.1940
1/31Tinkcom, L. S.1940
1/31Thompson, L. L.1940
1/31Townsend, J. G., Jr.1940
1/31Trevillian, Jean E. A.1940
3 items
1/31Turner, W.1940
1/31Tuttle, Fred E.1940
2 items
1/32United War Veterans, Inc.1940
1/32Urquhart, Della1940
1/33Vidrine, Kirby L.1940
1/33Vollmer, Arthur1940
1/34Walker, George W.1940
1/34Wallgren (Monrad C.) for Senator Campaign1940
1/34Ward, Clair1940
1/34Warmuth, Alfred1940
1/34Warner, Harold J.1940
1/34Waterman, Earl F.1940
1/34Watson, Forest1940
1/34Weadlock, Edward E.1940
1-34Welborn, John F.1940
1/34Western Union Telegraph Company1940
1/34White, Monty1940
1/34Williams, David J.1940
1/34Williams. L. A.1940
1/34Williams, Rees B.1940
1/34Williams, W. Walter1940
2 items
1/34Williamson, Cassius J.1940
1/34Willis (Dr.) Park Weed1940
2 items
1/34Wilson, E. C.1940
1/34Wilson, John A.1940
1/34Wischemann, William1940
1/34Women's Auxiliary of the Veteran's Committee for Chadwick1940
1/36Yelle, Charles N.1940
1/37Unidentifiedundated
9 items
1/38-45Outgoing correspondence1935-1940
circa 150 items
Legal and financial records
2/1-2Financial records1939-1940
16 items
General Notes: Other materials may be found in Incoming and outgoing letters series with Caspar W. Clarke.
2/3-4Legal documents1948-1949
34 items
Scope and Content: Fred McGree Loyalty Bond Case.
Case filesundated
2/5-14Agricultural problems
37 items
2/15-19Pacific Northwest power issue
28 items
3/32Court papers1940
1 item
2/20-34 to 3/1-31Speeches and writings1933-1955, undated
circa 80 items
3/33-34 - 4/1-9News releases1938-1940
71 items
4/11-19Ephemeraundated
68 items
4/20-22Clippings1940
24 items
5/1-2Reportsundated
3 items
Scope and Content: Includes material on state resources, national defense, and the national program to aid the mineral industry.
5/3Campaign materialundated
17 items
5/4Notesundated
13 items
5/5-6Miscellaneousundated
14 items

  
Accession No. 1522-001
Stephen Fowler Chadwick papers, 1946-1960
2.63 cubic feet (4 boxes)
Scope and Content
This part of the collection contains personal papers, correspondence, and papers related to Chadwick's involvement with the American Legion.
Processing Info
Minimally processed.
BoxDate
1-2Personal papers1947-1960
2General correspondence1947-1954
2-3American Legion1947, 1957-1958
3-4Miscellaneous correspondenceundated

  
Accession No. 1522-002
Chadwick Stephen Fowler papers, 1939-1974
3.57 cubic feet (9 boxes)
Arrangement
The materials in this part of the collection have been divided into two series: Chadwick's personal papers, and papers related to the various organizations in which Chadwick acted in some corporate capacity.
Scope and Content
This 1974 addition to the collection begins in 1939, when Chadwick was national commander of the American Legion, and continues through 1974. It includes personal papers and papers related to Chadwick's involvement with a number of organizations, such as the American Legion, the Seattle Historical Society, and the United World Federalists.The personal papers include biographical information, correspondence, speeches, and ephemera reflecting Chadwick's interest in achieving peace through world law.
Box/FolderDate
Personal papers
1/1Biographyundated
Incoming letters
1/2American College of Lawyers1954-1955
1/3American Legion1939-1968
1/4American Legion, Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux1939-1967
1/5The Atlantic Council1962-1971
1/6Carlson, Theodore D.1959-1967
1/7Chamber of Commerce, Seattle1965-1966
1/8Council of Foreign Relations, Seattle1953-1965
1/9A-D, miscellaneousundated
1/10Evans, Daniel J.1965
1/11Ford, Henry1939
1/12E-H miscellaneous
1/12Green, Joshua1965
1/12Holman, Francis E.1966
1/12Rossellini, Hugh J.1954
1/13Jackson, Henry M.1959
1/14I-L miscellaneousundated
1/15Mills, Orville H.1939
1/16M-N miscellaneous
1/16Nixon for President Committee1968
1/17Pacific Underwriters Corporation1964-1966
1/18Pelly, Thomas1954
1/19O-R miscellaneous
1/19Roper, Elmoundated
1/19Roudebush, Rex S.1967
1/20Sicks Rainier Brewing Company1964-1967
1/21Veterans of A.E.F. Siberia1965-1967
1/22Washington, University1939-1967
1/23Washington and Lee University1958-1965
1/24Williams, Samuel H.1965-1969
1/25S-Y miscellaneous1939-1955
1/26Unidentifiedundated
2/1-4Outgoing letters1939-1968
2/5-9General correspondences1939-1968
2/10Notesundated
2/11Speeches and writingsundated
2/12Speeches and writings of othersundated
2/13Legislationundated
Reports
3/1Foreign Policy Associationundated
3/2Miscellaneousundated
3/3Mutual Security Agencyundated
3/4Travel scheduleundated
3/5Photographsundated
3/6Listsundated
3/7Articlesundated
3/8Programsundated
3/9Invitations to the inauguration of Richard Milhous Nixonundated
3/10Invitationsundated
3/11Memorabiliaundated
3/12Clippingsundated
3/13Newspapersundated
3/14News releasesundated
3/15Magazinesundated
3/16Mapsundated
3/17Seattle Planning Commissionundated
3/18Sketchesundated
Ephemera
4/1-2American Security Council, Washington Report1965-1974
4/3-4A-D miscellaneousundated
4/5The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived in the White Houseundated
4/6-8E-W miscellaneousundated
Organizations
American Legion
5/1Biographical informationundated
Incoming letters
5/2-3American Legion1939-1968
5/4American Legion Foundation1955
5/5Daniel J. Evans1965
5/6Washington, Universityundated
5/7A-W miscellaneousundated
5/8Outgoing letters1939-1967
5/9General correspondence1939-1967
5/10Minutes1955-1968
5/11Financial reportundated
5/12Speeches and writingsundated
5/13Speeches and writings of othersundated
5/14Notesundated
5/15Listsundated
5/16Legislationundated
5/17Resolutionsundated
5/18Travel schedulesundated
5/19News releasesundated
5/20Clippingsundated
5/21Newspapersundated
6/1-2Reportsundated
6/3Programsundated
6/4Magazinesundated
6/5Ephemeraundated
Seattle Historical Society
6/6Biographical or historical informationundated
Incoming letters
6/7J. E. Casey1966-1967
6/8Seattle Historical Society1952-1968
5/9A-Yundated
6/10Outgoing letters1956-1968
6/11General correspondence1957-1968
6/12Minutes1956-1968
6/13Financial records1957-1969
6/14Speeches and writingsundated
6/15Notesundated
6/16Legal documentsundated
6/17Agreementsundated
6/18Resolutionsundated
6/19Listsundated
6/20Invitationsundated
6/21Ephemeraundated
The Atlantic Congress
Incoming letters
7/1The Atlantic Congress, United States Committee1959
7/2A-W miscellaneousundated
7/3Outgoing letters1959
7/4-5Speeches and writings of othersundated
7/6-8Reportsundated
7/9Reports and resolutionsundated
7/10Listsundated
7/11Notesundated
7/12Invitations and programsundated
7/13News releasesundated
7/14Clippingsundated
7/15Newspaperundated
7/16Bulletinsundated
7/17Ephemeraundated
Washington State Bar Association, World Peace Through Law Committee
Incoming letters
8/1Rex S. Roudebush1962-1963
8/2H-W miscellaneousundated
8/3Outgoing letters1958-1963
8/4General correspondence1963
8/5Minutes1963
8/6Speeches and writingsundated
8/7Speeches and writings of othersundated
8/8Clippingsundated
8/9Ephemeraundated
United World Federalists
Incoming letters
8/10A-S miscellaneousundated
8/11United World Federalists1955-1966
8/12Outgoing letters1959-1966
8/13General correspondence1956-1966
8/14Speeches and writingsundated
8/15Speeches and writings of othersundated
8/16Reportsundated
8/17Legislationundated
8/18Notesundated
8/19News releasesundated
8/20Clippingsundated
8/21Magazinesundated
8/22Ephemeraundated
American Cancer Society
8/23By-lawsundated
Incoming letters
8/24American Cancer Society1965-1967
8/25O-S miscellaneousundated
8/26Outgoing letters1966-1967
8/27General correspondence1966
8/28Minutes1957-1967
8/29Listsundated
Ancient Order United Workmen
Incoming letters
9/1Ancient Order United Workmen1939-1969
9/2K-W miscellaneousundated
9/3Outgoing letters1935-1967
9/4General correspondence1952-1957
9/5Speeches and writingsundated
9/6Notesundated
9/7Reportsundated
9/8Resolutionsundated
9/9Legal papersundated
9/10Memorial Student Loan Fundundated
9/11Ephemeraundated
World Education, Inc.
Incoming letters
9/12C-K miscellaneousundated
9/13World Education1957-1967
9/14Outgoing letters1958
9/15General correspondence1957-1958
9/16Miscellanyundated

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Ardery, Charles W., 1931-
Carlson, Theodore D.
Chadwick, Stephen Fowler, 1894-1975--Archives.
Conniff, William J.
Mills, Orville H.
Seay, Edward Moody.
Spafford, Edward E. (Edward Elwell), 1878-1941.
Organizations:
American Legion.
Ancient Order of United Workmen.
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Freemasons.
Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
Seattle Civilian War Commission.
Seattle Civilian War Commission. U.S.O. Council.
Seattle Historical Society.
Société des quarante hommes et huit chevaux.
United Service Organizations (U.S.)
United States Committee for the Atlantic Congress.
United World Federalists (U.S.)
Washington State Bar Association. World Peace Through Law Committee.
Geographic Names:
Washington (State)--Politics and government.
Subjects:
Boards of trade--Washington (State)--Seattle.
Civic leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives.
Elections--United States.
Lawyers--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives.
Political campaigns--United States.
Political candidates--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives.
Politicians--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives.
Veterans--United States--Societies, etc.
Veterans--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives.
Genre Headings:
Campaign literature.
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Court records.
Legal documents.
Photographs.
Publications.
Speeches, addresses, etc.
correspondence.
ephemera.
financial records.
reports.
writings.
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