Reel 62 World War 1919-1920

Reel 62 continues letters and reports on the peace effort to end World War 1. Additional correspondence discusses government take-over of the nation's railroads, together with the ensuing labor unrest. Several folders contain U.S. Treasury Department regulations for enforcement of the Volstead Act and national prohibition. Series IV ends on this reel with correspondence and observers reports on the situation in Russia, plus a translation of N. Lenin's article in Pravda entitled: "The Urgent Problems of Soviet Rule." Correspondents include Felix Frankfurter, Harold Laski, Mary Kenney O'Sullivan, George W. Anderson, Herbert Croly, George Rublee, and Norman Hapgood. (Boxes WW 8-1c/4, 9)