Papers of Frank Bane [manuscript] 1919 [1936-1966] 1971.

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Bane, Frank, 1893-. Papers of Frank Bane [manuscript] 1919 [1936-1966] 1971.

Papers of Frank Bane [manuscript] 1919 [1936-1966] 1971.

Bane's business correspondence covers his service with the Federal Social Security Board, the Council of State Governments, the Advisory Commission to the Council on National Defense, the Office of Price Administration and the Council on Intergovernmental Relations. There are also papers from the American Public Welfare Association, the National Committee for Mental Hygiene and the National Conference on Aging, 1950. Of interest are papers from his service as emissary from the Southern Governors' Conference to Orval Faubus during the Little Rock crisis of 1957, an anonymous account of an allied military governor in Italy, a 1961 study for a nationwide transportation policy, a 1964 administrative reorganization of the commerce department. The collection contains many articles and speeches by Bane, chiefly on social security, but also on civilian defense and state government problems. There are reminiscenses of Aubrey Williams and Louis Brownlow and speeches and articles Louis Fischer, Beardsley Ruml, Charles Edward Merriam, and Guy Moffett. There are papers from his year as Regents' professor at the University of California at Berkeley, 1964-65, oral history interview transcripts on social security and his career, a few photographs and considerable personal correspondence with family and friends. Among the correspondents are James Melville Broughton, John Jay Corson, Frank Murray Dixon, Loula Friend Dunn, Julian Vaughan Gary, Fiorello Henry LaGuardia, Herbert H. Lehman, Guy Moffett, Frank H. Neely, Lloyd Crow Stark, Harold Edward Stassen, and Leverett Saltonstall. There are brief routine letters from Sherman Adams, J. Caleb Boggs, Chester Bowles, Harold Hitz Burton, Harry Flood Byrd, Harlan J. Bushfield, Everett McKinley Dirkson, Thomas Edmund Dewey, Harold L. Ickes, Edward Martin and Harry S. Truman, Pres. U.S.

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