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Stanley High Papers, 1935-1937 | Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum

Collection Overview

Title: Stanley High Papers, 1935-1937Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: High, Stanley (1895-1961)

Extent: -1.0 Cubic Feet

Date Acquired: 12/06/1962

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of three folders of materials. These materials include diary notations from March 1936 to February 1937, incoming and outgoing correspondence from 1936 mainly concerning the Good Neighbor League, and clippings related primarily to the deterioration of High's relationship with Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration.

Collection Historical Note

Stanley High was a jounrnalist with the Christian Science Monitor and Christian Herald, and a commentator on current events for the National Broadcasting Company. In 1936, he organized the Good Neighbor League. He served as the League's president until 1937, directing its efforts to promote the re-election of Franklin D. Roosevelt by emphasizing the positive social and economic accomplishments of the New Deal. In 1937, High returned to his career as a journalist.

Administrative Information

Repository: Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum

Access Restrictions: This collection is available for use by the general public.

Use Restrictions: This material is subject to copyright restrictions under Title 17 of the U.S. Code.

Acquisition Source: Mrs. Stanley High

Box and Folder Listing

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[Box 1],

Box 1Add to your cart.

Clippings, 1935-1937Add to your cart.

Diary Notations, March 1936-February 1937Add to your cart.

Good Neighbor League Correspondence, 1936Add to your cart.