Papers of Louis Joseph Halle [manuscript]


Papers of Louis Joseph Halle [manuscript]


Papers consist of Halle's correspondence files with scientists, naturalists, political scientists, editors, professors of foreign affairs and international relations, and friends. Occasional speeches and articles by Halle are included. Major topics discussed include Halle's books; birds; the United States State Dept.; United States foreign policy; nuclear proliferation; and space colonization. Other topics and people mentioned include Dean Acheson, Otto Koischwitz, Chinese history, the future of mankind, evolution, the Cold War, world politics, impressions of Washington, D.C., Bill Clinton, John F. Kennedy, and Charles deGaulle. Family news is frequently interspersed. Correspondents include: Audubon Naturalist Society, John G. Blair, John Tyler Bonner, Philip W. Bonsal, Daniel J. Boorstin, Shirley Briggs, Peter Calvocoressi, Julio De la Torre, C.P. Fitzgerald, Jacques Freymond, Paul Géroudet, and Harmon Goldstone. Also Maurice Jacob, Max Kampelman, George F. Kennan, Robert A. Klein, Flora Lewis, Edward N. Lorenz, Lorus Milne, Paul Nitze, Robert McFarlane, Malccolm A. Ogilvie, Roger T. Peterson, James Reston, S. Dillon Ripley, George E. Stuart, Urs Schwarz, and Virginia Quarterly Review editor Staige Blackford.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7923538

University of Virginia. Library

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