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CUMULATIVE INDEX

TO

PUBLICATIONS

OF THE

COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN

ACTIVITIES

1938-1954




AUGUST 1962



Prepared and released by the
MMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES, U. S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

WASHINGTON, D. C



UNITED STATES

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WASHINGTON : 1962



COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES
United States House of Representatives

FRANCIS E. WALTER, Pennsylvania, Chairman
MORGAN M. MOULDER, Missouri HAROLD H. VELDE, Dlmols

CLYDE DOYLE, California BERNARD W. KEARNEY, New York

JAMES B. FRAZIER, Jr., Tennessee DONALD L. JACKSON, California

EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana GORDON H. SCHERER, Ohio

Thomas W. Beale, Sr., Chief Clerk

II



CONTENTS



Page

Key to symbols 1

Individuals 15

Publications 962

Organizations 1019



III



CUMULATIVE INDEX TO PUBLICATIONS OF SPECIAL COM-
MITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES (DIES COMMIT-
TEE), AND THE COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVI-
TIES, 1938 THROUGH 1954, INCLUSIVE.

This is a cumulative index to individuals, publications, and organizations
referred to in printed hearings and reports of the committee for the years 1938
through 1954.

The fact that a name appears in this index is not per se an indication of a record
of subversive activities. It simply indicates that said individual, publication, or
organization has been mentioned in connection with testimony or a report sub-
mitted. A careful check of the references in the text of the report or hearing
itself will determine the circumstances under which such person, publication, or
organization is named.

Key to symbols



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Publication



Special Committee on Un-Ameri-
can Activities (Dies Committee)
Public Hearings

Vol. 1

Vol. 2

Vol. 3

Vol. 4

Vol. 4 (Supplement)

Vol. 5

Vol. 6

Vol. 7

Vol. 8

Vol. 9

Vol. 10

Vol. 11__

Vol. 12

Vol. 13



Date



Aug. 12, 13, 15-20,

22, 23, 1938.
Sept. 15-17; Oct.

4-6, 11-13, 17-

22, 1938.
Oct. 24-27; Nov.

4-6, 14-17, 19,

21, 1938.
Nov. 19,22,23,28;

Dec. 1, 5-9, 14,

1938.

Dec. 15, 1938

May 18, 22-24, 31;

June 1, 1939.
Aug. 16-18, 21-24,

28, 29, 1939.
Sept. 5-9, 11-13,

1939.
Sept. 18-20, 22, 23,

25, 27, 1939.
Sept. 28-30; Oct.

5-7,9,11,13,14,

1939.
Oct. 16^21, 23-25,

28, 1939.
Oct. 28, 30, 31;

Nov. 1-3, 27, 29,

30; Dec. 1-3,

1939.
Feb. 7, 8, 10; Mar.

25, 28, 29; Apr.

2-4, 1940.
Apr. 11,12, 19, 23-

25; May 6, 8, 9,

21, 1940.



Pagination



1-979
981-1714

1715-2426

2427-3139

3141-3178
3179-3704

3705-4274

4275-4939

4941-5257

5259-5823

5825-6456
6457-7199

7201-7672
7673-8161



CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol


Publication


Date


Pagination




Special Committee on Un-Ameri-
can Activities (Dies Committee)
Public Hearings — Continued






21


Vol. 14 _ -


Aug. 29; Oct. 1, 2,

4, 1940; May 21,

22, 26, 27, 29;

June 10, 12; Aug.

11, 1941.
June 8-12, 15-18;

Julv 1-3, 6, 7,

1943.
Nov. 29, 30; Dec.

1, 6-9, 20, 1943.
Sept. 27-29; Oct.

3-5, 1944.


8163-8832


a


Vol. 15


8833-9755


a


Vol. 16


9757-10210


a


Vol. 17 .


10211-10387




Special Committee on Un-Amerx-
CAN Activities (Dies Committee)
Reports




aa


House Report No. 2. Annual Re-
port.

House Report No. 1476. Annual
Report.

House Report No. 1. Annual Re-
port.

House Report No. 2277. Annual
Report.

House Report No. 2277, Part II,
Minority Views on Annual Re-
port.

House Report No. 2748. Annual
Report.

House Report No. 717. Japanese
War Relocation Centers (including
minority views).

House Report No. 1161. The Peace
Now Movement.

House Report No. 1311. CIO Polit-
ical Action Committee.

Report of a Special Subcommittee on
the Tule Lake Riot.

Minority Views on Tule Lake Segre-
gation Center.


Jan. 3, 1939


1-124


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Jan. 3, 1940


1-25


ac


Jan. 3, 1941


1-25


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ae


June 25, 1942

July 7, 1942


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Jan. 2, 1943

Sept. 30, 1943

Feb. 17, 1944

Mar. 29, 1944

1944. ._


1-16

1-28

1-13

1-215
1-34


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1944


1-5










Special Committee on Un-Ameri-
can Activities (Dies Committee)
Executive Hearings Made Pub-
lic






A


Vol. 1


Sept. 20; Oct. 6, 9,
11, 12, 14; Nov.
9, 10, 17, 18, 20,
1939.

Mar. 9, 11, 21;
June 3; Julv 8-
11, 16, 17, 1940.

July 17-19, 22, 26;
Aug. 5, 6, 16, 17,
19, 20, 1940.


1-474


A


Vol. 2


475-981


A


Vol. 3


983-1501









CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
Key to symbols — Continued



Publication



Special Committee on Un-Ameri-
can Activities (Dies Committee)
Executive Hearings Made Pub-
lic — Continued

Vol. 4... .._



Vol. 5.



Vol. 6.



Vol. 7.



Appendix I. A Compilation of Orig-
inal Sources Used as Exhibits to
Show the Nature and Aims of the
Communist Party, Its Connections
with the U. S. S. R. and Its Advo-
cacy of Force and Violence.

Appendix II. A Preliminar}' Digest
and Report on the Un-American
Activities of Various Nazi Organi-
zations and Individuals in the
United States, Including Diplo-
matic and Consular Agents of the
German Government.

Appendix III. Preliminary Report
on Totalitarian Propaganda in the
United States.

Appendix IV. German-American
Bund.

Appendix V. Transport Workers
Union.

Appendix VI. Report on Japanese
Activities.

Appendix VII. Report on the Axis
Front Movement in the United
States — Nazi Activities.

Appendix VIII. Report on the Axis
Front Movement in the United
States — Japanese Activities.

Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, Hearings and Reports

79TH congress

Hearings on Office of Price Admin-
istration.
Hearings on Communist Party



Hearings on Gerald L. K. Smith

Hearings on Joint Anti-Fascist Ref-
ugee Committee.



Date



Oct. 2, 3, 1939
Aug. 23, 24, 26
27; Oct. 1, 2, 17
Nov. 6, 8, 1940

Nov. 2, 18; Dec
11, 20-22, 1940
Mar. 4; Aug. 5
7, 8; Dec. 18
19 1941.

Oct. 30, 1941; Jan.

15, 16, 19-22,
26; Mar. 26;
Apr. 17, 1942.

Mar. 23, 29-31;
Apr. 1, 2, 5-9,

16, 19, 1943.
1940



1940.



1941

1942
1941
1942
1943

1943



June 20, 21, 27,

1945.
Sept. 26, 27; Oct.

17-19, 1945.

Jan. 30, 1946

Apr. 4, 1946



Pagination



1503-2051
2077-2515

2517-3001

3003-3609
1-967



969-1382



1383-1442

1443-1620

1621-1721

1723-2008

1-111

113-260



1-88

1-175

1-60
1-105



CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
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Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, Hearings andReports — Con.

79TH CONGRESS — Continued

Hearings on Louis F. Budenz

House Report No. 1996. Sources of

Financial Aid for Subversive and

Un-American Propaganda.
House Report No. 2233. Annual

Report.
House Report No. 2742. Annual

Report.

80TH CONGRESS

Hearings on Gerhart Eisler ...

Hearings regarding communism in

labor unions in the United States.

Hearings regarding Leon Josephson

and Samuel Liptzen.
Hearings on H. R. 1884 and H. R.
2122, bills to curb or outlaw the
Communist Party of the United
States.

Testimony of William C. Bullitt.
Testimony of J. Edgar Hoover..

Testimony of Eugene Dennis

Testimony of Walter S. Steele...
Testimony of Victor Kravchenko.

Hearings regarding Hanns Eisler

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of the motion-picture
industry.
Hearings on H. R. 4422 and H. R.
4581, proposed legislation to curb
or control the Communist Party of
the United States.
Hearings regarding Communist es-
pionage in the United States Gov-
ernment.

(Above includes Interim Report
on Hearings Regarding Com-
munist Espionage in the
United States Government,
Aug. 28, 1948, pp. 1347-1357.)
Excerpts from hearings regarding in-
vestigation of Communist activi-
ties in connection with the atom
bomb.
Hearings regarding Communist es-
pionage in the United States Gov-
ernment, Part II.
House Report No. 209. Communist
Party of the United States as an
Agent of a Foreign Power.
House Report No. 271. American

Youth for Democracy.
House Report No. 592. Southern
Conference for Human W^elfare.



Date



Nov. 22, 1946
May 10, 1946.

June 7, 1946..
Jan. 2, 1947..



Feb. 6, 1947

Feb. 27; July 23-

25, 1947.
Mar. 5, 21, 1947..



Pagination



Mar. 24-28, 1947.



Mar. 24, 1947

Mar. 26, 1947

Apr. 9, 1947

July 21, 1947

July 22, 1947

Sept. 24-26, 1947..
Oct. 20-24, 27-30,
1947.

Feb. 5, 6, 9-11, 19,
20, 1948.



July 31; Aug. 3-5,
7, 9-13, 16-18,
20, 24-27, 30;
Sept. 8, 9, 1948.



Sept. 9, 14, 16,
1948.



Dec. 7-10, 14,
1948.

Apr. 1, 1947

Apr. 17, 1947

June 16, 1947



1-75
1-5



1-73
1-18



1-83
1-231

1-86

1-340



1-31
33-50

1-15
1-176

1-30
1-209
1-549



1-500



501-1378



1-79

1379-1474

1-56

1-20
1-17



CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 5

Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol


Publication


Date


Pagination




Committee on Un-American Activ-






-


ities, Hearings AND Reports — Con.
80TH congress — continued






CS


House Report No, 1115. Civil Rights


Made House Re-


1-47




Congress.


port Nov. 17,
1947; originally
released Sept. 2,
1947.




ct


Report to the full committee of the
Special Subcommittee on National
Security (report on Dr. Edward
U. Condon).


Mar. 18, 1948


1-7


cu


Report of the Subcommittee on Leg-
islation on proposed legislation to
control subversive Communist ac-
tivities m the United States.


Apr. 10, 1948


1-7


cv


House Report No. 1844. Protecting
the Uniteo States against Un-
American and Subversive Activi-
ties. (Report on H. R. 5852.)


Apr. 30, 1948


1-14


cw


House Report No. 1920. Report on
the Communist Party of the United
States as an Advocate of Over-
throw of Government by Force
and Violence.


May 11, 1948


1-160


ex


Report on Soviet Espionage Activi-
ties in Connection with the Atom
Bomb.


Sept. 28, 1948


161-184


cy


Second Report, Soviet Espionage
within the United States Govern-
ment.


Dec. 31, 1948


1-129


cz


Annual Report -


do


1-25




81ST congress






d


Documentary testimony of Gen.


Mar. 31; Apr. 1,


1-lOC




Izvador Modelski.


1949.




d


Hearings on Soviet espionage activi-
ties in connection with jet propul-
sion and aircraft.


June 6, 1949


101-128


d


Hearings regarding Steve Nelson


June 8, 1949


129-154


d


Hearings regarding Toma Babin


Mav 27; July 6,
1949.


155-179


d


Testimony of Paul Crouch .


May 6, 1949


181-220


d


Testimony of Philip 0. Keeney and


May 24, 25; June


221-277




Mary Jane Keeney and statement


9, 1949.






regarding their background.






d


Hearings regarding Communist in-


Apr. 22, 26; May


279-381




filtration of radiation laboratory


25; June 10, 14,






and atomic bomb project at the


1949.






University of California, Berkeley,








Calif, (vol. I).






d


Hearings regarding Clarence Hiskey,
including testimony of Paul
Crouch.


May 24, 1949


383-424


d


Hearings regarding Communist in-


July 13, 14, 18,


425-495




61tration of minoritv groups (Part
I).


1949.





6 CITMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

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Symbol



Publication



Date



Pagination



d.
d-
d.



d

d

d

d

d
d
d.

d.
d.

d.



Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, Hearings and Reports— Con.

81ST coNOREss — Continued

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of minority groups (Part
II) (testimony of Manning John-
son).

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of labor unions (Part I).

Hearings regarding communism in
the District of Columbia (Part I).

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of radiation laboratory
and atomic bomb project at the
University of California, Berkeley,
Calif. (Vol. II) (Identification of
Scientist X).

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of labor unions (Part II)
(Security measures relating to
officials of the UERMWA-CIO).

Testimony of James Sterling Murray
and Edward Tiers Manning (re-
garding Clarence Hiskey and
Arthur Adams).

Hearings regarding shipment of
atomic material to the Soviet
Union during World War II.

Expose of the Communist Party of
western Pennsylvania (Part I)
(Based upon testimony of Mat-
thew Cvetic, undercover agent).

Hearings regarding Communist ac-
tivities in the Territory of Hawaii
(Part I).

Hearings regarding Communist ac-
tivities in the Territory of Hawaii
(Part II).

Hearings regarding communism in
the United States Government
(Part I).



Hearings regarding Communist activ-
ties in the Territory of Hawaii
(Part III).

Hearings on H. R. 3903 and H. R.
7595 (legislation to outlaw certain
Un-American and subversive activi-
ties) .

Expos6 of the Communist Party of
western Pennsylvania (Part II)
(Based upon testimony of Matthew
Cvetic, undercover agent) .



July 14, 1949.



Aug. 9-11, 1949...

June 28, 29; July

6, 12, 28, 1949.
Aug. 26, 1949; July

l;Sept.lO,1948;

Aug. 14; Sept.

14, 27, 1949.



Dec. 5, 6, 1949...



Aug. 14; Oct. 5,
1949.



Dec. 5, 7, 1949;

Jan. 23-26;

Mar. 2, 3, 7,

1950.
Feb. 21-23; Mar.

13, 14, 24, 1950.



Apr. 10-12, 1950
Apr. 13-15, 1950.



Apr. 20, 21, 25, 29;

May 4-6, 1950;

July 30; Aug. 7,

1948; June 8,

1950.
Apr. 17-19, 1950...



Mar. 21-23, 28-30;
Apr. 4; May 2-4,
1950.

Mar. 24, 25, 1950..



497-539

541-681
683-774
797-832



833-875

877-899

901-1194

1195-1352

1353-1535
1537-1695
1697-1938

1939-2110
2111-2364

2365-2631



CXJMUIATIVE INDEX — ^UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE
Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol



Publication



Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, Hearings and Reports — Con.

81ST CONGRESS — Continued

Testimony of Philip A. Bart (general
manager of Freedom of the Press,
publishers of the Daily Worker,
official organ of the Communist
Party) and Marcel Scherer (coor-
dinator, New York Labor Con-
ference for Peace and formerly
district representative of District
4, United Electrical, Radio and
Machine Workers of America,
CIO).

Hearings regarding Communist activ-
ities in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area
(Part I).

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of minority groups (Part
III) (Testimony of Josh White).

Hearings regarding communism in
the United States Government
(Part II).

Expose of the Communist Party of
western Pennsylvania (based upon
testimony of Matthew Cvetic and
documents of Communist Party of
western Pennsylvania) . (Part III)

Hearings regarding communism in
the District of Columbia (Part

11).
Testimony of Edward G. Robinson

American Aspects of Assassination of
Leon Trotsky.'

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of radiation laboratory
and atomic bomb project at the
University of California, Berkeley,
CaUf. (Vol. III).

Hearings regarding Communist in-
filtration of labor unions. (Part
III.)

Hearings regarding Communist es-
pionage.

Testimony of Hazel Scott Powell

House Report No. 1954. Review of
the Scientific and Cultural Con-
ference for World Peace.



Date



House Report No.
Slav Congress.



1951. American



June 21, 1950.



July 12-15; Aug.
8, 1950.

Sept. 1, 1950



Aug. 28, 31; Sept.
1, 15, 1950.

June 22; Sept. 28;
Oct. 13, 21,1950.



Dec. 6, 11-13, 1950



Oct. 27; Dec. 21,

1950.
July 26; Aug. 30;

Oct. 18, 19; Dec.

4, 1950.
Dec. 20-22, 1950 _.



Aug. 29, 30, 1950.



Nov. 8; Dec. 2,
1949; Feb. 27;
Mar. 1, 1950.

Sept. 22, 1950

Made House re-
port Apr. 26,
1950; originally
released Apr. 19,
1949.

Made House re-
port Apr. 26,
1950; originally
released June 26,
1949.



Pagination



2633-2659



2661-2833
283&-2841
2843-3006
3007-3167

3169-3297

3299-3344
3345-3416

3417-3512

3513-3538
3539-3609



3611-3626
1-61



1-134



' See also dl for references to foreword.



8 CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol


Publication


Date


Pagination




Committee on Un-American Activ-








ities, Hearings and Reports— Con.








81ST congress — continued






dc...


House Report No. 1952. Report on


Made House re-


1-15




Atomic Espionage (Nelson- Wein-


port Apr. 26,






berg and Hiskey- Adams cases).


1950; originally
released Sept.
29, 1949.




dd.-.-


House Report No. 1953. Congress


Made House re-


1-114




of American Women.


port Apr. 26,
1950; originally
released Oct. 23,
1949.




de....


House Report No. 1950. Annual


Made House re-


1-75




Reporo for Year 1949.


port Apr. 26,
1950; originally
released Mar.
15, 1950.




df....


House Report No. 2986. Hawaii


Made House re-


1-56




Civil Liberties Committee — -A


port Aug. 24,






Communist Front.


1950; originally
released June
23, 1950.




dg....


The Communist "Peace Petition"
Campaign (Interim Statement).


July 13, 1950


1-3


dh....


House Report No. 3123. National


Made House re-


1-50




Lawyers Guild.


port Sept. 21,
1950; originally
released Sept.
17, 1950.




di


Report on the Honolulu Record


Oct. 1, 1950


1-38


dj....


House Report No. 3248. The Na-


Made House re-


1-15




tional Committee To Defeat the


port Jan. 2,






Mundt Bill — -A Communist Lobby.


1951; originally
released Dec. 7,
1950.




dk....


House Report No. 3249. Annual
Report for Year 1950.


do


1-43


di


Foreword — American Aspects of As-


July 26; Aug. 30;


v-xv




sassination of Leon Trotsky.


Oct. 18, 19; Dec.
5, 1950.






82D CONGRESS








Hearings






e


Hearings regarding Communist ac-
tivities in the Territory of Hawaii.
(Part IV.)


July 6, 1951


1-53


e


Communist infiltration of Hollywood


Mar. 8, 21; Apr.


55-302




motion-picture industry. (Part
Communist infiltration of Hollywood


10-13, 1951.




e


Apr. 17, 23-25;


303-532




motion-picture industry. (Part


May 16-18,






n.)


1951.




e


Communist infiltration of Hollywood


May 22-25; June


533-738




motion-picture industry. (Part


25, 26, 1951.






III.)






e


Hearings relating to Communist ac-


June 19-21, 26-28;


739-903




tivities in the defense area of Balti-


July 11, 13,






more. (Part I.) (Based on testi-


1951.






mony of Mary Stalcup Mark-








ward.)







CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 9

Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol



Publication



Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, Hearings AND Reports— Con.

.82D CONGRESS — Continued

Hearings — Continued

Hearings relating to Communist ac-
tivities in the defense area of Bal-
timore. (Part II.) (Maryland
Committee for Peace and Balti-
more County Committee for
Peace.)

Hearings relating to Communist ac-
tivities in the defense area of Balti-
more. (Part III.)

Hearings on American aspects of the
Richard Sorge spy case.

Expose of Communist activities in
the State of Massachusetts (based
on the testimony of Herbert A.
Philbrick).

Communist infiltration of Hollywood
motion-picture industry. (Part
IV.)

Communist infiltration of Hollywood
motion-picture industry. (Part
V.)

Hearings regarding Communist ac-
tivities among farm groups.

Communist tactics among veterans'
groups.

Testimony of Oliver Edmund Clubb.

Communist infiltration of Hollywood

motion-picture industry. (Part

VI.)
The role of the Communist press in

the Communist conspiracy.
Communist infiltration of Hollywood

motion-picture industry. (Part

VII.)
Communist activities among pro-
fessional groups in the Los Angeles

area. (Part I.)
Communism in the

(Part I.)
Communism in the

(Part II.)
Communist activities

groups (based on

Harvey M. Matusow).
Methods of Communist infiltration

in the United States Government.
Communist infiltration of Hollywood

motion-picture industry. (Part

VIII.)
Communist activities among pro-
fessional groups in the Los Angeles

area. (Part II.)



Detroit area.

Detroit area.

among youth
testimony of



Date



June 28; July 10,
12, 1961.



June 19, 20, 26-28;

Julv 10, 12, 13,

1951.
Aug. 9, 22, 23,

1951.
Julv 23, 24; Oct.

10, 11, 1951.



Sept. 17-19, 1951.



Sept. 20, 21, 24,
26, 1951.

Feb. 28, Mar. 9,

1951.
July 13, 1951



Mar. 14; Aug. 20,

23, 1951.
Mav 10; Sept. 10-

12, 1951.

Jan. 9, 10, 15-17,

1952.
Jan. 24, 28; Feb.

5; Mar. 20; Apr.

10, 30, 1952.
Jan. 21-26; Apr.

9, 1962.

Feb. 25-29, 1952..

Mar. 10-12: Apr.

29, 30, 1952.
Feb. 6, 7, 1952



Mav 6; June 10,

23, 1952.
May 19-21, 1952..



May 22; July 8,
1952.



Pagination



905-954



955-1131

1133-1255

1257-1413

I

1415-1638

1639-1882

1883-1923
1925-1964 I
1965-2052
2053-2126

2127-2306
2307-2434

2437-2709 ^ ^^

2711-2958
2959-3271
3273-3343

3345-3452
3453-3549

3551-3596 '^^j^



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Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, HbaBINGS AND RepOBTS — CoD.

82D CONGRESS — Continued
Hearings — Continued

Testimony of Lynne L. Prout

Communist activities in the Chicago
area. (Part I.)

Communist activities in the Chicago
area. (Part II.)

Testimony of Dr. Edward U. Condon.

Communist activities among pro-
fessional groups in the Los Angeles
area. (Part III.)

Communist activities among pro-
fessional groups in the Los Angeles
area. (Part IV.)

Communist infiltration of Hollywood
motion-picture industry. (Part
IX.)

Testimony of Gen. Walter Bedell
Smith.

Communist activities in the Philadel-
phia area.

Communist infiltration of Hollywood
motion-picture industry. (Part

Reports



The March of Treason

House Report No. 378. The
munist "Peace" Offensive.



Com-



Organizations
House Docu-



Guide to Subversive
and Publications,
ment No. 137

House Document No. 136. 100
Things You Should Know About
Communism.

House Report No. 1229. The Shame-
ful Years.



House Report No. 2431.
Report for Year 1951.



Annual



House Report No. 1661. Review of
the Methodist Federation for
Social Action.



House Report No. 2516.
Report for Year 1952.



Annual



Feb. 14, 1952

Sept. 2, 3, 1952

Sept. 4, 5, 1952.

Sept. 5, 1952

Sept. 30; Oct. 1,
2, 1952.

Oct. 3, 6, 7, 1952..

Aug. 19; Sept. 29,
1952.

Oct. 13, 1952

Oct. 13-16, 1952_._

Nov. 12,13, 1952.-



Feb. 19, 1951

Made House re-
port Apr. 25,
1951; originally
released Apr. 1,
1951.
May 14, 1951



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Made House re-
port Jan. 8,
1952; originally
released Dec. 30,
1951.

Made House re-
port July 2,
1952; originally
released Feb.
17, 1952.

Made House re-
port Mar. 27,
1952; originally
released Feb.
17, 1952.

Made House re-
port Jan. 3,
1953; originally
released Dec.
28, 1952.



3597-3620
3621-3752

3753-3832

3833-3897
3899-4107



4109-4247

4249-4282

4283-4298
4299-4470
4471-4517



1-2

1-166



1-166

5-126

1-70

1-30

1-87
1-89



CUMULATIVE INDEX — UN-AMERICAN ACnVITIES COMMITTEE 1 1
Key to symbols — Continued



Symbol



Publication



Committee on Un-American Activ-
ities, HeaeingsandRepokts — Con.



83D congress



Hearings



Communist Methods of Infiltration

(Education).
Communist Methods of Infiltration

(Education). (Part 2.)



Investigation of

ties in the

(Part 1.)
Investigation of

ties in the

(Part 2.)
Investigation of

ties in the

(Part 3.)
Investigation of

ties in the

(Part 4.)
Investigation of

ties in the

(Part 5.)



Communist
Los Angeles

Communist
Los Angeles

Communist
Los Angeles

Communist
Los Angeles

Communist
Los Angeles



Activi-
Area.

Activi-



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