This book draws on government records, personal papers, and organizational papers. The most important collection for reconstructing loyalty cases is Record Group 478 at the National Archives, followed in helpfulness by the FBI files of loyalty defendants. The records of congressional investigating committees were useful in identifying likely loyalty defendants and in assessing the motives and methods of committee members and staff. See appendix 1.
American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyo.
Oscar Stonorov Papers
Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Gladstein, Leonard, Patsey & Anderson Papers Walter Eugene Packard Papers Catherine Bauer Wurster Papers
Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Homer S. Ferguson Papers
Center for Legislative Archives, National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Record Group 46: Senate Internal Security Subcommittee
Record Group 233: Special Committee on Un-American Activities (1938–44); House
Un-American Activities Committee (1945–69) SEN84A-F13 Records: Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee: Subcommittee on the Government Employees’ Security Program (Johnston Committee)
College of Charleston Library, Jewish Heritage Collection, Charleston, S.C.
Leon Keyserling Papers Keyserling Family Papers
Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New York, N.Y.
Walter Gellhorn Papers Arthur “Tex” Goldschmidt Papers Lewis Lorwin Papers Benjamin Stolberg Papers