Reel 65 Government 1934-1935

Reel 65 contains correspondence and news clippings on several of the issues that the Roosevelt administration faced in 1934 and 1935. Topics include the possible appointment of Joseph P. Kennedy to the Securities and Exchange Commission; a proposal to regularly publish the administrative rules and regulations of the Federal government; and remedies for the Depression. Additional correspondence with William and Norman Hapgood about the problems of their family business, the Columbia Conserve Co. and handwritten letters from Felix Frankfurter are also found here. Correspondents of note include Max Lowenthal, Amos Pinchot, A. Lincoln Filene, Isador Lubin, and Daniel Roper. (Boxes G 8-1c/2, 9, 10-1a/1b)