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adda-bozeman

Guide to the adda bozeman (1908-1994) papers, n.d., 1928-1995

Administrative Information

Volume: 10 record cartons, 2 oversized folders (10 linear feet)
Processing Information: Processed May 1998 by Mary Reynolds; accretions added and finding aid updated July 2004 by Abby Lester. These papers were processed with a grant from the Office of College Resources, funded by Adda Bozeman’s students and friends.
Acquisition Information: The Adda Bozeman Papers were donated to the Sarah Lawrence College Archives in 1995 by Anya Bozeman Taylor as accession 95-17.
Terms of Use: Portions of the personal correspondence are closed to the public indefinitely.  The folders with restricted documents are labeled as such in the finding aid.  The remainder of the collection is open to researchers without restriction.
2004 Sarah Lawrence College Archives, Esther Raushenbush Library, 1 Mead Way, Bronxville, NY 10708

Biographical Note

Adda von Bruemmer Bozeman was born in Latvia on December 6, 1908, the daughter of Baron Leon Charles von Bruemmer and Baroness Anna von Bruemmer, of Baltic German descent.  Bozeman’s father was an officer in the Tsarist Guarde Regiment and a Marshal of Nobility of the Russian province of Vitebak.  From 1921 to 1939, he was a Presiding Judge in the Civil Court of Latvia.  Her parents divorced before 1920.

Bozeman studied at the Universities of Berlin and Heidelberg and graduated from the Interpreter’s College in Mannheim, Germany.  In 1934, she received a diplomary from “Section Diplomatique, Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques” in Paris, considered Europe’s foremost school for the training of diplomats, and attended the Academy of International Law, The Hague.  Accepted to the Middle Temple Inn of Court in London, Bozeman passed the bar examination in 1935 and was admitted to the English Bar.  She worked for the Huberich firm as an interpreter and translator in various European cities and practiced law in London, The Hague, and Berlin, specializing in International Law and Conflicts of Law.  She spoke fluent English, German, French, Russian and Latvian.

In 1936, the Huberich firm sent her to the United States and, in the following year, she graduated from Southern Methodist University Law School in Dallas, Texas, with a Doctorate of Law.  She married her first husband, Virgil Bozeman, in 1937; their daughter, Anya, was born in 1941.  When the Texas Supreme Court denied Bozeman’s application for a law license, interrupting her career as an attorney specializing in private international law, she shifted to teaching history, law and international relations.  Throughout the Second World War, Bozeman lived in Illinois, or on Army air corp bases while her husband served with Army intelligence in England.  In Illinois, she sought employment in academic, government and legal communities and lectured to local organizations, such as the YWCA.  Although Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois hired her during the early 1940s as a non-tenure track Associate Professor of History, Bozeman continued to seek permanent employment.  In 1947, Sarah Lawrence College employed Bozeman as Professor of International Relations, a position she held until 1977.  Adda and Virgil Bozeman divorced in 1947 and Adda and Anya moved to Bronxville, New York.  In 1951, Bozeman married her second husband, Dr. Arne Barkhuus, who worked for the World Health Organization.

At Sarah Lawrence, Bozeman proved to be a popular teacher and successful author.  Many of her students corresponded with Bozeman years after their graduations and claimed to have modeled their careers on Bozeman’s advice.  Moreover, Bozeman published several full length books and numerous articles during her tenure at Sarah Lawrence.  Among these were: The Future of Law in a Multicultural World (Princeton University, 1971) and Politics and Culture in International History (Princeton University, 1960).  Many of her articles and essays, published in such journals as The Virginia Quarterly Review, Orbis, Comparative Strategy, and Yale Journal of World Public Order, deal with comparative studies of cultures, legal systems, and foreign policies.  With her conservative politics, Bozeman was often at odds with other more liberal members of the faculty but she was also an active and influential supporter of Sarah Lawrence’s pedagogical tradition which guaranteed respect from her faculty peers.  Bozeman gave the Convocation Address in 1953, 1962 and 1976.  She retired from Sarah Lawrence at the mandatory retirement age in 1977.

Upon her retirement, Bozeman increased her involvement in academic, political and governmental organizations.  She presented papers at the International Studies Association’s annual meetings, conferences sponsored by the Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, and many other symposiums.  She also corresponded with William Hearst, Jr. and many members of the Republican National Committee.  Other organizations Bozeman supported include: National Strategy Information Center, Committee for a Free China, Foreign Policy Research Institute, and Committee on the Present Danger.  Bozeman continued to influence public policy until her death on December 3, 1994.

Scope and Content

The Adda Bozeman Papers are comprised largely of material from Bozeman’s teaching careers at Sarah Lawrence College and Augustana College as well as the many organizations in which Bozeman was involved after her retirement from Sarah Lawrence College. The collection is divided into five series:

Series I. Personal Papers
Series II. Augustana College
Series III. Sarah Lawrence College
Series IV. Publications
Series V. Academic and Professional Papers
Series VI. Political, Government and Media Organizations

Two folders of oversized documents are housed with the oversize collection.

Folder 1 (housed in map drawer 4):

The Illustrated Weekly of India: Special Independence Issue, August 18, 1957
The Illustrated Weekly of India, August 12, 1957
Life: Special Issue on Asia: Its Troubles and Opportunities, December 31, 1951
Middle Temple, Trinity Term, 1936 – List of Students Being Called to the Bar this Term, 1936
Certificate (with grades) from the Institut fur Ostdeutsche Wirtschaft, 1928
Final Certificate from Stadtische Hohere Handelsschule, 1928

Folder 2 (housed in the OS Box 1):

Certificate D’Examen from Ecole Libre Des Sciences Politiques, 1934
Diploma for Bachelor of Laws from Southern Methodist University, 1937
Certificate of Attendance to the Academy of International Law, The Hague as part of the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace, 1933

See Also: Adda Bozeman Photograph Collection for photographs donated with these papers and the general photograph collection for other images of Bozeman.

Series Descriptions

Series I. personal papers, 1931-1995

Contains correspondence with Bozeman’s family and friends, various versions of Bozeman’s curriculum vitae, financial records, legal records, and a radio interview transcript. Some of the correspondence is in German and a large portion of correspondence with second husband, Arne Barkhuus, is closed to researchers. Restricted correspondence is labeled as such on the finding aid.

Series I is divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series A. Miscellaneous; Sub-series B. Correspondence; Sub-series C. Financial Records; and Sub-series D. Legal Documents. Sub-series A and B are arranged alphabetically by folder title and C and D are arranged chronologically.

Series II. augustana college, 1940s

Consists of mostly lecture notes gathered by Bozeman during her tenure at Augustana College in Illinois. A few student papers from Augustana College students are also housed in this series.

Series iII. sarah lawrence college, 1947-1993

Contains correspondence, lecture notes, syllabi and student papers from Bozeman’s thirty-year tenure as an International Relations professor at Sarah Lawrence College.

Series III is divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series A. Miscellaneous; Sub-series B. Correspondence with Alumnae/i; Sub-series C. Correspondence with Faculty and Administration; Sub-series D. Lecture Notes; Sub-series E. Memos; Sub-series F. Seminars; Sub-series G. Student Papers; and Sub-series H. Syllabi. Sub-series A, B, C, D, and F are arranged alphabetically by folder title while the remaining sub-series are arranged chronologically.

Series Iv. publications, 1948-1993

Consists of all papers relevant to Bozeman’s publications including book reviews, correspondence, manuscripts and the publications themselves.

Series IV is divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series A. Book Reviews; Sub-series B. Correspondence; Sub-series C. Manuscripts; and Sub-series D. Publications. All sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Series v. academic and professional papers, 1930-1994

Contains documents relating to Bozeman’s academic and professional career outside of Augustana and Sarah Lawrence Colleges. Included are documents representing her involvement in a myriad of conservative academic and professional organizations, clippings, research notes on various topics as well as on India, correspondence, lectures, papers presented, seminars, and documents relating to her education.                                                                                              

Series V is divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series A. Education; Sub-series B. Research on India; Sub-series C. Research Notes; Sub-series D. Correspondence; Sub-series E. Lectures; Sub-series F. Organizations; Sub-series G. Papers Presented; and Sub-series H. Seminars. Sub-series A through F are arranged alphabetically by folder title and sub-series G and H are arranged chronologically.

Series vi. government, political and media organizations, 1945-1993

Includes conference documents, correspondence, government documents, organizations, papers presented, publications, symposiums, transcripts and workshops.

Series VI is divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series A. Conferences; Sub-series B. Correspondence; Sub-series C. Government Documents; Sub-series D. Organizations; Sub-series E. Papers Presented; Sub-series F. Publications; and  Sub-series G. Symposiums.  All sub-series are arranged chronologically.

Folder List

Box 1:

Series I. personal papers, 1931-1995
Sub-series A. miscellaneous

1. Calling Cards and Identification Cards, 1933, 1937
2. Certificates and Awards, 1931, 1946, 1977-1983
3. Curriculum Vitae, n.d.
4. Newspaper Clippings, 1937-1977
5. Obituary and memorial service, 1995
6. Radio Interview transcript, 1942

Sub-series B. Correspondence(alphabetical)

7. Keith ? , 1970-1986
8. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, 1963-1965
9. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, January-May, 1966
10. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, September-November, 1966
11. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, January-March, 1967
12. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, April-June, 1967
13. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, July-November, 1967
14. Arne Barkhuus to AB CLOSED, 1968
15. To Arne Barkhuus CLOSED, n.d., 1952-1958
16. To Arne Barkhuus CLOSED, 1960-1962
17. To Arne Barkhuus CLOSED, 1963-1965
18. To Arne Barkhuus CLOSED, 1966-1968
19. To Arne Barkhuus from Jean, n.d.
20. To Anya Bozeman CLOSED, 1962
21. Anya Bozeman Taylor to AB, CLOSED, 1956-1966
22. Anya Bozeman to her father, CLOSED, n.d., 1956-1957
23. Virgil Bozeman, AB’s first husband, 1947-1959
24. Edith Esquesne, 1986-1989
25. Conrad Hilton, 1945
26. Miscellaneous, n.d., 1957
27. Gerta Muller (in German), 1967-1981
28. Lotus Snow, Augusta College Alumna, 1946, 1989
29. Bodo von Bruemmer, AB’s brother (in German), 1968-1992
30. Leon von Bruemmer, AB’s father (in German), 1945-1968
31. Enno and Winno von Lowenstern, AB’s cousins, 1977-1988
32. Ernst von Morgen (in German), 1938

Sub-series C. financial records (chronological)

33. Skandinaviska Banken, 1952-1957
34. The Dreyfus Leverage Fund, 1966-1989
35. Re: Leon von Bruemmer, 1966-1968
36. Dresdner Bank, 1968-1990

Sub-series D. Legal documents (chronological)

37. Birth certificate and personal papers, 1931-1937
38. Re: Leon von Breummer’s property, 1941-1967
39. Re: Leon von Bruemmer’s emigration, 1946-1953
40. Property Taxes, 1949-1972
41. Re: property in Bronxville, 1953-1972
42. AB’s Will, 1981-1992
43. Sale of Leon von Bruemmer’s property, 1978-1981

series ii. augustana college, 1940s

44. Lecture Notes: 18th Century Culture, 1940s
45. Lecture Notes: 18th Century History and Economics, 1940s
46. Lecture Notes: 18th Century Europe, 1940s
47. Lecture Notes, 18th Century Science, 1940s
48. Lecture Notes: 18th Century Political Science, 1940s
49. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Architecture, 1940s
50. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Literature, 1940s
51. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Literature, Poetry, Prose, 1940s
52. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Music, 1940s
53. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Painting, 1940s
54. Lecture Notes: 1789-1848 Cultural History – Sculpture, 1940s
55. Lecture Notes: 1850-1914 Cultural History – Architecture and Sculpture, 1940s
56. Lecture Notes: 1850-1914 Cultural History – Literature, 1940s
57. Lecture Notes: 1850-1914 Cultural History – Painting, 1940s
58. Lecture Notes: 19th Century Culture, 1940s
59. Lecture Notes: 20th Century Culture, 1940s

 

Box 2:

1. Lecture Notes: Ancient Civilization and Greece, 1940s
2. Lecture Notes: Aspects of 19th Century Culture, 1940s
3. Lecture Notes: England, 1940s
4. Lecture Notes: Greece, 1940s
5. Lecture Notes: Greek History, 1940s
6. Lecture Notes: Hellenistic Age, n.d.
7. Lecture Notes: History 103 – Science and Technology in the Coal and Iron Age, 1943
8. Lecture Notes: Religious Revival, 1815-, 1940s
9. Student Papers, n.d., 1945

series iii. sarah lawrence college, 1947-1993
sub-series a. miscellaneous

10. Class Lists, 1947-1977
11. Conference: SLC Palestinian, 1986
12. Faculty Information Sheet, 1970
13. Teach-In on the War in Vietnam and the Peace Movement in the U.S., 1968

Sub-series b. correspondence with Alumnae/i (alphabetical)

14. Alumnae/i – General, 1947-1995
15. Madeleine Alatas, 1973-1976
16. Tina Barr, 1977-1978
17. Alison and Donald Cohen, 1973-1978
18. Jennifer Davis, 1971-1975
19. Barbara Erskine, 1977-1993
20. Bettina Ferry – CLOSED, 1967-1984
21. Eric Herman, 1975-1979
22. Richard Jeydel, 1976
23. Kathe Lipin, 1991
24. Ruth Lister, 1977-1991
25. Karen McCaffrey – CLOSED, 1970-1971
26. Mary Byrne McDonnell & Jacky Brown, 1973-1982
27. Alexander (Sandy) Milliken, 1983
28. Douglas Rutherford, 1978-1980
29. Bobbi Samuels, 1973-1979
30. Dennis Philip Schwartz, 1972
31. Theresa Shahbazi, 1977-1982
32. Lois Smiley, 1982-1993

Sub-series c. correspondence with faculty and administration (alphabetical)

33. General re: salary, 1947-1977
34. Jeff Adams, Faculty, 1988-1992
35. Board of Trustees - Re: NDEA Loans, 1963
36. Margot Bogert, Sarah Lawrence Alumnae and Trustee, 1983
37. Michael Brown, Faculty - Re: Vietnam War, 1965
38. Jean Erdman Campbell (Mrs. Joseph Campbell, Faculty), 1975
39. Curriculum Committee, re: Bozeman’s resignation as Chairman, 1957
40. Charles DeCarlo, President (1969-1981), 1970-1981
41. Phyllis Farley, 1977
42. Alice Ilchman, President (1981-1998), 1981-1982
43. Helen Lynd, Faculty, 1947-1961
44. Frank Randall, Faculty, 1962
45. Esther Raushenbush, President (1965-1969), 1966-1967
46. Frank Roosevelt, Faculty, 1970-1990
47. Marc Slonim, Board of Trustees, 1958
48. Harold Taylor, President (1945- 1959), 1947-1985
49. Harrison Tweed, President (1959-1960), Trustee (1940-1965), 1960
50. Paul Ward, President (1960-1965), 1964-1966

Sub-series d. lecture notes (alphabetical)

51. General, 1963-1988
52. Africa: The Congo, 1961-1967
53. Africa: Politics and Culture, 1962
54. African Violence and Coups, 1968-1976
55. Alumnae College, 1959
56. China and the Chinese Front
57. Civilization vs. Folk Society
58. Cold War - Meanings of Peace and War, 1970-1983
59. Colonialism, 1953-1964
60. Commencement Dinner, Sarah Lawrence College, 1957
61. Common Law
62. Communism, New School for Social Research, 1963
63. Community Day, 1964
64. “Comparative International Relations: The Historical Contributions of India,” Wellesley College, 1961
65. Convocation Address, Sarah Lawrence College, 1953
66. Convocation Address, Sarah Lawrence College, 1962
67. Convocation Address, Sarah Lawrence College, 1976
68. Draft - New York Law School?, 198?
69. Draft - “Perceptions of Non-Western Cultures,” International Youth Year Commission
70. English Law
71. Equity
72. Foreign Affairs Course, 1963-1964
73. Foreign Affairs Course Lecture, 1964
74. “For What Does the United States Stand in the World,” SLC Alumnae/i Association, 1993
75. Freshmen Studies Course, 1956
76. Freshmen Studies in African Affairs Course, 1977
77. Freshmen Studies in Diplomacy and Statecraft Course, 1974
78. Government
79. Greece and Rome, 1953

Box 3:


1. “The Gulf Crisis: From Opposition to Support,” Sarah Lawrence College, 1991
2. Alice Ilchman’s address at a reception in honor of Bozeman’s Strategic Intelligence, 1992
3. India’s Foreign Policy, 1957
4. Intelligence and Strategic Studies
5. International Law, n.d.
6. International Law, 1976
7. Judicial Review and Personal Integrity, 1948-1949
8. Jus Civile
9. Jus Gentium
10. Law and Government in Society, 1940s
11. Law in Society, 1949-1950
12. “Man, State and Society in a Multicultural World,” Inauguration Lecture for Program on Global Area Studies, Marlboro College, 1983
13. New School for Social Research Courses, 1954-1963
14. “On Returning to Sources” - Alumnae College, 1973
15. Persia, 1980-1981
16. Perspectives on the Middle East, 1982
17. Politics and Culture in Africa, Alumnae College, 1963
18. Politics and Culture in World Affairs, Course (Folder 1), n.d.
19. Politics and Culture in World Affairs, Course (Folder 2), n.d.
20. Primitive Law, 1953
21. Problems in International Relations, Course, n.d.
22. Rheinstein, 1948
23. Religion, Witchcraft and Myths, n.d
24. Roman Law, 1961-1967
25. Roman Law, Diffusion, n.d.
26. Rome, n.d.
27. Science and History, n.d.
28. Sir Henry Maine’s Natural Law and Ancient Law, 1974
29. Southeast Asia, 1973
30. Soviet Russia, n.d.
31. The State, n.d.
32. Stoicism – Rome, 1961
33. “Talk on Korea” - Crestwood Club, 1947
34. Theory of Law , 1953
35. US Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, n.d.
36. Vietnam and Southeast Asia, n.d.
37. Woodrow Wilson, 1958-1960
38. “The World Society and the Academic Universe,” Tuesday Lecture Series, SLC, 1964
39. World War II, n.d.

Sub-series e. memos (chronological)

41. Harold Taylor, President, 1953-1954
42. Appointments Committee, 1959-1969
43. AB to students re: National Defense Education Act, 1962
44. Re: Teach-in at Columbia University, 1965
45. AB to Esther Raushenbush and the Curriculum Committee, 1965
46. AB to Esther Raushenbush, 1965
47. Paul Ward, President, 1965
48. Jacquelyn Mattfeld, Dean, 1969
49. Charles DeCarlo, President, 1969-1970
50. Advisory Committee, 1970-1977
51. AB to Advisory Committee - Re: Political Science, 1976

Sub-series f. seminars

52. Columbia University Peace Seminar, includes correspondence, minutes and lectures (Folder 1), 1952-1972
53. Columbia University Peace Seminar, includes correspondence, minutes and lectures (Folder 1), 1952-1972
54. SLC Seminar on Comparative Studies, 1963-1965

Sub-series g. student papers (chronological)

55. International Relations in Middle East and Southern Asia, 1963-1973
56. Freshmen Studies in International Relations Course, 1969-1970
57. International Relations Course, 1970
58. Politics and Culture in World Affairs Course, 1970-1977
59. Madeline Nold, 1971
60. Foreign Policy Course, 1971-1974
61. Karin McCaffrey, 1972

Box 4:

 

1. Mary Byrne McDonnell, 1975
2. NEH Seminar, 1982

Sub-series h. syllabi (chronological)

3. American Foreign Policy and the World Community, n.d.
4. International Relations in a Multicultural World, n.d.
5. Exploratory Social Science – Germany, ca. 1948
6. Exploratory Social Science, 1950-1961
7. International and Intercultural Relations, 1952-1960
8. Law and Government, 1953- 1954
9. Patterns of Cooperation, 1954-1955
10. European History, 1957-1958
11. The United States in World Affairs, 1958
12. International Relations, 1959
13. Foreign Affairs, 1959-1964
14. Freshmen Studies Social Science, 1961-1963
15. Politics and Culture in World Affairs (Folder 1), 1961-1976
16. Politics and Culture in World Affairs (Folder 2), 1961-1976
17. Foreign Policy in Modern States Systems, 1964-1965
18. Approaches to Religion, 1966
19. Studies in Foreign Policy & International Relations, 1966-1967
20. Politics and Culture in International History, 1967
21. Communism: Foreign Policies, 1968
22. The Near East in History and Politics, 1968
23. Seminar in African Studies, 1968
24. Freshmen Studies in Foreign Policy Making, 1969-1970
25. Freshmen Studies in the Near East, 1971
26. Comparative Studies in Foreign Policy Making, 1971
27. Foreign Policy Making in Southeast Asia, 1971
28. Conflict and Accord in the Middle East and Africa, 1973
29. Southeast Asia , 1973
30. International Relations in Southeast Asia, 1973
31. Freshmen Studies in Diplomacy and Statecraft, 1974
32. National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar on Diplomacy in International History, 1974-1976
33. Diplomacy in International History, 1975-1976
34. Conflict and Accord in Southern Asia, 1976
35. Freshmen Studies in African Affairs, 1976-1977

series iv. publications, 1948-1993
sub-series a. book reviews (alphabetical)

36. Ken Booth’s Strategy and Ethnocentricism written by Bozeman, 1979-1980
37. Hedley Bull’s The Anarchical Society written by Bozeman, 1977
38. Conflict in Africa: Concepts and Realities, 1976-1978
39. The Future of Law in a Multicultural World by Joseph Campbell, 1972
40. Carol Gruber’s Mars and Minerva: World War I and the Uses of Higher Education in American written by Bozeman, 1977
41. Journal of Developing Areas and Book Forum written by Bozeman, 1976-1985
42. Politics and Culture in International History, 1960-1962

sub-series a. correspondence (alphabetical)

43. John V. Cody, Literature of Liberty, Grotius, 1981
44. Committee to Commemorate the 400th Birthday of Hugo Grotius, The TMC Asser Institute – Walter Annenberg, 1979
45. Grotiana Journal, AC Eijiffinger, Executive Editor; Visser’t Hooft, Editor, 1978-1982
46. Irving Louis Horowitz (ILH), Transaction Publishers, 1978-1994
47. Kohlhammer Verlag Publishing, 1964-1965
48. Princeton University Press, Re: Politics and Culture in International History, 1958-1961
49. Princeton University Press, Includes Malcom DeBevoise, 1986-1993
50. Re: AB’s article, “Decline of the West: Spengler Reconsidered,” 1982-1983
51. Re: The Future of Law in a Multicultural World, 1971-1972
52. Re: AB’s article, “Iran: US Foreign Policy and the Tradition of Persian Statecraft,” includes Re: Strategic Review, 1979-1987
53. AB’s article, “Law and Foreign Policy,” 1973-1978
54. Re: AB’s paper, “Normative Thinking, the National Interest and War in a Multicultural Environment,” 1968-1970
55. Re: Politics and Culture in International History paperback edition, 1964
56. Re: AB’s article, “War and the Clash of Ideas,” 1975-1976
57. Re: Strategic Intelligence and Statecraft – includes Warren Christopher and reviews, 1993
58. Stanford University Press, 1963-1968
59. World Politics re “India’s Foreign Policy Today: Reflections Upon its Sources,” 1957-1958

sub-series c. manuscripts (alphabetical)

60. Academic Universe and the World Society – An Essay, n.d.
61. African Orientations to Conflict and Conflict Control – Copy 1, n.d.
62. African Orientations to Conflict and Conflict Control – Copy 2 Part I, n.d.
63. African Orientations to Conflict and Conflict Control – Copy 2 Part II, n.d.

Box 5:

 

1. African Orientations to Conflict and Conflict Control – Copy 3 Part I, n.d.
2. African Orientations to Conflict and Conflict Control – Copy 3 Part II, n.d.
3. “African Values and Dispositions in Conflict Resolution,” n.d.
4. “The American Illusion of Congruent Values: Reflections on Historical Consciousness and Foreign Policy” – Draft, n.d.
5. “American Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa,” 1980
6. “The Carl Zeiss Works: A Successful Attempt to Establish Social Peace,” 1948
7. “Civilizations Under Stress: Reflections on Cultural Borrowing and Survival,” 1975
8. “Comparative Studies in Statecraft and Intelligence: The Non-Western World,” 1985
9. “Conflict: African Realities and Occidental Theories” – Draft, 1971
10. “Contemporary Reflections on Politics and Culture in International History” – Draft, 1992
11. “Finding and Holding Cultural Frontiers: Reflections on National Security and the Nature of the State” – Draft, 1992
12. Future of Law and Organization in a Multi Cultural World, n.d.
13. “Human Rights and American Foreign Policy,” 1977
14. “Human Rights and National Security,” 1982
15. “Human Rights and Political Warfare in the American Vocabulary of Law and Politics: Reflections on the Wilderness of Language” – Draft, 1992
16. “India’s Foreign Policy Today: Reflections Upon its Sources,” 1957-1958
17. “The International Order and the Multicultural World,” 1984
18. “Law and Diplomacy in the Quest for Peace,” 1977
19. “Moral and Political Perspectives on War and its Relation to Peace,” 1983
20. “Negotiations and the Place of Intermediaries in the Practice of Traditional and Modern Africa,” 1968
21. “Normative Thinking, the National Interest and War in a Multicultural Environment,” 1968
22. “On the Need for Comparative Studies: Suggestions for Research,” 1966 missing
23. “On the Relevance of Hugo Grotius and de Jure Belli Ac Pacis for Our Times,” 1980
24. “On Returning to Sources: Reflections on Reading, Writing, and Teaching,” 1986
25. Regional Conflicts Around Geneva – Part I, ca. 1940s
26. Regional Conflicts Around Geneva – Part II, ca. 1940s
27. “Reality and Myth in International History” - Table of Contents and Outline, n.d.
28. “Thoughts on the Iranian Revolution and American Foreign Policy,” 1979
29. “The Time Factor in American Political Thought” – Draft, 1994
30. “US Foreign Policy and the Prospects for Democracy, National Security, and World Peace,” 1984

sub-series d. publications (alphabetical)

31. “American Policy and the Illusion of Congruent Values,” Strategic Review, 1987
32. “Appraising the Impact of International Law upon Contemporary Political and Social Processes,” Proceedings, 1972
33. Articles in Augustana Observer, 1945
34. Article in Scottsdale Progress, 1987
35. “Biography and the Thoughtworld of the West,” A Desirable World, 1974
36. Book Review, Freedom in the World, 1979
37. “Civilizations Under Stress,” The Virginia Quarterly Review, 1975
38. “Covert Action and Foreign Policy,” Intelligence Requirements for the 1980s: Covert Action, 1981
39. “Czecho-Slovakia: Its Rise and Fall” in Arnold Foundation Studies in Public Affairs, 1939
40. “Decline of the West? Spengler Reconsidered,” The Virginia Quarterly Review, 1983
41. “Do Educational and Cultural Exchanges have Political Relevance,” Exchange, 1969
42. “Does International Law Have a Future,” New York Law School Journal of International and Comparative Law, 1985
43. “How to Think About Human Rights: The Human Factor in US-Soviet Relations,” Proceedings of the National Security Affairs Conference, 1977


Box 6:

 

1. “Human Rights and National Security,” Yale Journal of World Public Order, 1982
2. “India’s Foreign Policy Today: Reflections upon Its Sources” in World Politics, 1958
3. “Interference or Legitimate International Concerns: The Human Factor in US-Soviet Relations,” 1977
4. “International Law,” Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, 1978
5. “The International Order in a Multicultural World” in The Expansion of International Society, 1984
6. “The Interplay of World and Mind” in Journeys Through World Politics, 1989
7. “An Introduction to Various Cultural Traditions of International Law: A Preliminary Assessment,” 1984
8. “Iran: US Foreign Policy and the Tradition of Persian Statecraft,” Orbis, 1979
9. “Law, Culture and Foreign Policy: East Versus West,” Asian Affairs, 1973
10. “Law and Diplomacy in the Quest for Peace” in The Virginia Quarterly Review, 1979
11. “Life is an Affair of Flutes,” SLC Bulletin, 1977
12. “Non-Western Orientations to Strategic Intelligence and Their Relevance for American National Interests,” Comparative Strategy, 1991
13. “The Nuclear Freeze Movement: Conflicting Moral and Political Perspectives on War and its Relation to Peace,” Conflict: All Warfare Short of War, 1985
14. “On the Relevance of Hugo Grotius and de Jure Belli Ac Pacis for Our Times,” Grotiana, 1980
15. “On Returning to Sources” in Sarah Lawrence Alumnae Magazine, 1973
16. “The Peace Illusion: What the Non-Western World Thinks of Peace” in The Correspondent, 1987
17. “Political Intelligence in Non-Western Societies: Suggestions for Comparative Research” in Comparing Foreign Intelligence, n.d.
18. “Political Warfare in Totalitarian and Traditional Societies: A Comparison,” n.d.
19. “Representative Systems of Public Order Today,” 1959
20. “The Sources of Chinese Statecraft,” The New Leader, 1972
21. “Statecraft and Intelligence in the Non-Western World,” Conflict: All Warfare Short of War, 1986
22. “Understanding ‘The Other’: The Missing Link in U.S. Foreign Policy,” 1984
23. “The US Commitment to Human Rights in Policy and in Practice: 1636-1980,” American Review, 1991
24. “US Foreign Policy and the Prospects for Democracy National Security and World Peace,” Comparative Strategy, 1985
25. “War and the Clash of Ideas” Orbis, 1976


series v. academic and professional papers, 1930-1994
sub-series a. education

26. School Notebooks, 1930-1933
27. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1932-1933
28. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1931-1932
29. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1932-1933
30. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1932-1933
31. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1932-1933
32. Textbooks: Ecole Politique, 1933-1934

sub-series b. research on india

33. India Clippings

Box 7:

1. Notes with Clippings, n.d., 1940s-1950s
2. Notes with Clippings, ca. 1957
3. Notes on India Foreign Policy, 1957

sub-series c. research notes

4. America and Germany, n.d.
5. America and World War I and America and Democracy, n.d.
6. “American and French Revolutions in Their Significance for the Development of the Community of Nations and of International Law” Part I, 1940s
7. “American and French Revolutions in Their Significance for the Development of the Community of Nations and of International Law” Part II, 1940s
8. “American and French Revolutions in Their Significance for the Development of the Community of Nations and of International Law” Part III, 1940s
9. Arbitration Project for H.H. Fischer, 1941-1945
10. Call Slips, pre-1937
11. Customs-Free Zones of Gex and Upper Savoy (later published in Regional Conflicts around Geneva) Part I, 1938-1940
12. Customs-Free Zones of Gex and Upper Savoy (later published in Regional Conflicts around Geneva) Part II, 1938-1940
13. Germany, 1940s
14. Germany during World War I, n.d.
15. Miscellaneous A-Z, n.d., ca. 1930s
16. Neutralized Zone of Savoy (later published in Regional Conflicts around Geneva) Part I, 1938-1940
17. Neutralized Zone of Savoy (later published in Regional Conflicts around Geneva) Part II, 1938-1940
18. On Switzerland, France and Peace Treaties, n.d.
19. Propaganda in World War I, n.d.
20. William Penn and the Iroquois (includes correspondence with the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace), 1954

sub-series d. correspondence (alphabetical)

4. L. Jerold Adams, 1994
5. Ian Adie, 1991
6. Ander, Augustana College and Theological Seminary, 1942-1945
7. Michael Barken, 1973-1984
8. George Boas, Owen Lattimore’s investigation by Congress, 1951
9. Elise Boulding - University of Colorado, 1974
10. Hedley Bull Memorial, 1977
11. Carneige Endowment for International Peace, Lawrence Finkelstein and HH Fischer, 1953-1954
12. Joao Baptista Comprido, 1981-1982
13. Vince Davis, Patterson School of Diplomacy, University of Kentucky, 1974
14. Donald Defrees of Defrees, Fiske, O’Brien & Thomson, 1942-1943
15. James Duran, Jr., 1988
16. John Dziak, 1986
17. Charles Fairbanks, 1991
18. Roy Finch, 1983
19. Michael Flack, 1969-1987
20. General, in French, 1964-1966
21. General professional, 1945, 1957-1974
22. General professional, 1984-1987
23. Hamilton Gibb, Harvard University, 1959
24. Wesley L. Gould, 1973
25. J.S. Grisham, re: Texas Supreme Court’s denial of AB’s law license, 1937

Box 8:

 

1. Daniel Gruber, Radio Outreach Messianic Fellowship (includes personal correspondence, newsletter, cassette and photograph, (Folder 1) 1986-1988
2. Daniel Gruber, Radio Outreach Messianic Fellowship (includes personal correspondence, newsletter, cassette and photograph, (Folder 2) 1986-1988
3. Michael Gunter, NEH, 1975-1993
4. Martin Herz , Georgetown University, 1980-1981
5. Arthur Krock, New York Times, 1965
6. Dirk Kunert, Department of International Relations, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 1988
7. Elle Kunert, 1991-1992
8. Arthur Larson, Duke University, 1965
9. Ralph Lutz and H.H. Fischer Hoover Library on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford, 1942-1944
10. Charles Burton (Burt) Marshall, 1973-1980
11. National Endowment for the Humanities, 1974-1980
12. New School for Social Research, 1963-1965
13. North Carolina Center for the Higher Education, 1976-1979
14. Northwestern University, includes Franklin D. Scott, 1943-1944
15. Oklahoma State Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1943
16. James Olney, 1971-1974
17. RAND, George Tanham, 1984-1986
18. Re: Bozeman’s lecture to “Women Against War,” 1950
19. Re: Schlesinger article, 1965
20. Clara Reeves, 1990-1993
21. Requests for employment - Colleges and universities, 1941-1944
22. Requests for employment - Government agencies, 1941-1943
23. Requests for employment - Law firms, 1938-1943
24. Max Rheinstein, University of Chicago, 1948-1950
25. Elliott Dunlap Smith, 1963-1964
26. Southern Methodist University, 1937-1973
27. Speaking engagements, n.d., 1938-1963
28. Harold Sprout, James Rosenau, Klaus Khorr, 1965-1966
29. Martin Staniland, Berkeley, 1981-1982
30. Liza Stelzer (Mrs. Michael Stelzer), 1982
31. Gerald Stourzh, Berlin, 1964
32. Colin Vale, University of Witwatergrand, 1991-1992
33. Dean Wald, Augustana College, 1944
34. Richard Louis Walker (Dixie), 1978-1993
35. West Virginia Bankers Association, 1952-1955
36. ‘Whittle’, University of Virginia, 1988

sub-series e. lectures (alphabetical)

37. Citywide Dinner, Parents and Teachers - Rock Island, Illinois, 1942
38. Clippings, Re: AB’s lectures, n.d., 1945-1961
39. Evanston Religious Center, Illinois, 1944
40. General, 1940s
41. Girl Reserves, YWCA, Moline, Illinois, 1942
42. Miscellaneous Re Speaking Engagements, n.d.
43. Mother-Daughter Banquet, YWCA, 1942
44. “Planning the Post-War World,” Rotary Club, Moline, Illinois, 1942
45. “Position of Women in Europe,” Business and Professional Women Association, Moline, Illinois, 1942
46. “Post War Planning,”Ladies Night, Kiwanis, Rock Island, Illinois, 1942
47. “The Value of Peace in Africa,” Columbia University Peace Seminar, 1963

sub-series f. organizations (alphabetical)

48. Center for the Study of Intelligence, Bowdoin Seminar, 1981-1993
49. Consortium for the Study of Intelligence; includes correspondence Paul Seabury, Roy Goodson (Folder 1), 1979-1992
50. Consortium for the Study of Intelligence; includes correspondence Paul Seabury, Roy Goodson (Folder 2), 1979-1992
51. Consortium for the Study of Intelligence; includes correspondence Paul Seabury, Roy Goodson (Folder 3), 1979-1992
52. Institute for World Politics, 1992
53. International Security Studies, 1985-1986
54. International Sociological Association, J.Van Houtte 1971-1978
55. International Studies Association (ISA); includes annual meeting, conferences, papers presented, 1976-1992

sub-series g. papers presented (chronological)

56. “Normative Thinking, the National Interest and War in a Multicultural Environment,” NYU Center for International Studies, 1968
57. “Do Educational and Cultural Exchanges Have Political Relevance and if so is this bad?’, ISA Meeting, 1969
58. “Law and Foreign Policy: Problems in Intercultural Communication,” ISA, 1973
59. “Approaches to the Study of Conflict in a Multicultural World,” World Congress of Sociology, 1974
60. “Cultural Borrowing: Reflections on Seedbed Societies in Times of Trouble,” Annual Meeting of the International Society for Comparative Study of Civilizations, 1974
61. “War and the Clash of Ideas,” Conference on National Frontiers and Humanistic Perspectives, 1974
62. “Law and Diplomacy in the Quest for Peace,” Peace Studies Seminar, Manhattan College, 1977
63. “Human Rights and Security: The Myths and Realities of Helsinki” ISA Meeting, 1977
64. “The Roots of the American Commitment to the Rights of Man,” Center for the Study of American Experience, 1978
65. “Covert Action: Requirements for the 1980s,” Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, 1980
66. “Spengler’s Distinctiveness,”International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, 1980
67. “The Interplay of Soviet Russian and African Orientations to Foreign Affairs and its Impact upon the West: A Commentary on the Cold War” 1981
68. “Human Rights and National Security,” First Symposium of the Allard E. Lowenstein International Human Rights Law project, Yale Law School, 1982
69. “The Future of International Law in the Multicultural World: A Preliminary Assesment,” The Hague, 1983
70. “Conflicting Cultural Perspectives on Human Rights,” Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, 1985
71. “Foreign Policy and Military Defense in the United States Today” Committee on the Present Danger Annual Meeting, 1985
72. “Political Warfare, Low-Intensity Conflict and Terrorism Continuity and Change in International History,” International Security Studies Program, Tufts University, 1985

Box 9:

 

1. “The Illusion of Congruent Values: A Problem in American Foreign Policy,” Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1986
2. “The Study of Political Intelligence in Non-Western Societies: Suggestions for Comparative Research,” ISA convention, 1986
3. “Political Intelligence in Non-Western and Leninist Societies: Comparative Studies in Deception,” Bowdoin College, 1988
4. “For What Does the United States Stand in the World,” 1992
5. “Understanding ‘The Other’: A Missing Dimension in US Intelligence Collection and Analysis,” 1993

sub-series h. seminars (chronological)

6. “Achievements and Prospects of the United Nations in the Maintenance of Peace,” Columbia University, 1967
7. “Seminar on Intelligence for Teaching Faculty,” Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, 1981

series vi. political, government and media organizations, 1945-1993
sub-series a. conferences (chronological)

8. Miscellaneous, 1945
9. “Diverse Systems of World Public Order Today,” American Society of International Law, 1958-1959 (See also: Papers Presented: Representative Systems of Public Order Today)
10. “New Directions in US Foreign Policy,” Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1983
11. “To Make Peace,” St. Johns Episcopal Cathedral, Denver, Colorado, 1983
12. United States Institute of Peace Conference on State-Sponsored Terrorism (includes correspondence and transcription), 1988
13. “Security and Intelligence Needs for the 1990s: A Canadian Perspective,” Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies, 1989

sub-series b. correspondence (chronological)

14. Paul Douglas, Illinois Senator (R), 1948-1950
15. Government, general, 1965
16. Jacob Javits, New York Senator, 1965
17. Robert F. Kennedy, 1965
18. E. Raymond Platig, Office of Long Range Assessments, 1965-1966
19. The Herald Statesman , 1966-1967
20. Richard Nixon , 1970
21. The New York Times, 1971-1972
22. Political, general, 1971-1988
23. William (Bill) Hearst, Jr., 1973-1987
24. Edward Lundstrom, Department of State, 1977
25. Richard Bissell, United States Information Agency, 1977-1980
26. Richard Salant, CBS, 1978
27. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Senator, 1980-1988
28. Eugene V. Rowstow, 1981-1983
29. Committee for a Free China, 1982
30. United States Information Agency, 1982-1983
31. Coordination Council for North American Affairs, 1982-1986
32. Richard V. Allen, 1983-1985
33. Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt, 1984
34. Paul Nitze, 1984
35. The Center for the Study of Intelligence, Paul Corscadden, Hayden Peake, 1984-1985
36. Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, Richard Schultz, 1984-1988
37. Clare Booth Luce, 1985
38. Jack Kemp, 1985
39. B.G. Gourie, South Africa’s Ambassador to the US, 1985
40. Dave Durenberger, Minnesota Senator, 1985
41. The Rockford Institute, John A. Howard, includes letters from President Ronald Reagan and Secretary of State George Schultz, 1985
42. William F. Buckley, National Review, 1985-1987
43. Comparative Strategy - Richard Foster, 1986-1987
44. Draft of letter to Robert Bork - Newspaper Clippings, 1987
45. Edward Rowny, Special Advisor to the President, Arms Control, 1987
46. Oliver North, 1988
47. Patrick Buchanan, 1988
48. Security and Intelligence Foundation, 1988-1989
49. South Africa, General (included Eschel Roodie, Carl Noffke), 1988-1994
50. Lewis Ware - Airpower Research Institute – CADRE, 1989-1993
51. Chinese Information & Cultural Center, James Chang, 1990-1991
52. Colonel Evan Parrott, Jr., 1991
53. Senator Sam Nunn, 1993

sub-series c. goverment document

54. “Chester Crocker’s Testimony before the Subcommittee on Africa Committee on Foreign Affairs,” House of Representatives, 1980
55. AB’s comments on “National Intelligence Strategy Guidelines,” 1987

sub-series d. organizations (chronological)

56. Institute of Current World Affairs, 1947-1948
57. The Brookings Institute, 1948-1949
58. Foreign Service Institute, Betty Lou Neuhart, Erwin Wright, 1965-1966
59. National Strategy Information Center, Inc.; Frank Barnett, Frank Trager (Folder 1), 1969-1985
60. National Strategy Information Center, Inc.; Frank Barnett, Frank Trager (Folder 2), 1969-1985
61. Committee on Honorary Members of the American Society of International Law, Richard Young, 1973
62. International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, 1974-1975
63. ISECSI, 1975
64. American Security Council, Washington Report, 1975
65. American-Chilean Council, 1976-1977
66. Accuracy in Media, Inc. - AIM Report, 1977-1982
67. Council on Religious and International Affairs, 1978
68. Committee for a Free China, includes “China Letter” Newsletter, 1978-1982
69. Republican National Committee, 1978-1988
70. Foreign Policy Research Institute, Orbis (Folder 1), 1978-1990
71. Foreign Policy Research Institute, Orbis (Folder 2), 1978-1990
72. Heritage Foundation Newsletter, The Backgrounder (Folder 1), 1978-1993
73. Heritage Foundation Newsletter, The Backgrounder (Folder 2), 1978-1993

Box 10:

 

1. Reagan for President Committee, 1979
2. Foreign Policy Advisory Group, Reagan Administration (includes Correspondence with President Ronald Reagan and Richard Allen - Meeting Minutes - Newspaper Clippings) (Folder 1), 1979-1980
3. Foreign Policy Advisory Group, Reagan Administration (includes Correspondence with President Ronald Reagan and Richard Allen - Meeting Minutes - Newspaper Clippings) (Folder 2), 1979-1980
4. Chinese Cultural Center, 1980-1985
5. Pumpkin Papers Irregulars; includes copies of The Warbler and Paul Seabury correspondence, 1980-1985
6. American Bar Association, Law & National Security Report (Folder 1), 1959, 1980-1993
7. American Bar Association, Law & National Security Report (Folder 2), 1959, 1980-1993
8. Committee on the Present Danger (Folder 1), 1981-1989
9. Committee on the Present Danger (Folder 2), 1981-1989
10. The Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1982
11. Ethiopian Democratic Union (EDU) (includes correspondence. with Fred Wetterin, Bitnoded Zewde Grabre-Heynot, Dejazmatch Zewde Gabre-Sellassie, and Manguesha Seyoum), 1984-1987
12. United States Institute of Peace, 1986-1987
13. Security and Intelligence Foundation, Nightwatch Newsletter, 1987-1989
14. The Miller Center, University of Virginia, Newsletter and Correspondence Ken Thompson, 1988
15. The Rockford Institute, Main Street Committee, 1990
16. International Center for the Protection of Minority Rights and Cultural Diversity in Africa - Annual Report, 1992

sub-series e. papers presented (chronological)

17. “Representative Systems of Public Order Today,” American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, 1959
18. “Interference or Legitimate International Concern: The Human Factor in US Soviet Relations,” NSA Conference, 1977
19. “US Foreign Policy and the Prospects for Democracy, National Security, and World Peace,” New Directions in US Foreign Policy Conference, 1983
20. “Foreign Policy and Military Defense in the United States Today,” Committee on Present Danger Annual Meeting, 1985
21. “The Impact of Modern Terrorism on American Conceptions of War and International Law,” United States Institute of Peace, 1988
22. “US Conceptions of Democracy and Security in a World Environment of Culturally Alien Political Thought: Linkages and Contradictions,” National Strategy Forum Workshop, 1992

sub-series f. publications (chronological)

23. United Nations, 1948-1969
24. United Nations, 1973-1977
25. British Information Services, 1952-1962
26. Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations, 1968-1972
27. Paul Nitze, Committee on the Present Danger, 1979-1980
28. Frank Trager, 1980
29. Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, 1982-1983
30. Dick Kunert, 1984
31. Situation Report, 1984-1985

sub-series g. symposiums (chronological)

32. “NATO: Old and New Challenges,” Armed Forces Staff College, 1975
33. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy; includes Bozeman’s notes on Henry Kissinger’s speech and Martin Herz’s clippings, 1980
34. Transcript - United States Institute of Peace Conference, 1988
35. “The International Dimension of Culture and Conflict,” Center for Aerospace Doctrine, Research and Education (CADRE), includes draft of Bozeman’s speech, 1991
36. Workshop - “The Future of International Law in a Multicultural World, Hague Academy of International Law and United Nations University, Papers Presented (Folder 1), 1983
37. Workshop - “The Future of International Law in a Multicultural World, Hague Academy of International Law and United Nations University, Papers Presented (Folder 2), 1983