Hale, William Harlan, 1910-1974
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: MS 814
Overview: Correspondence, writings, memorabilia, scrapbooks and printed matter chiefly concentrated in the years 1910-1923. The correspondence includes photocopies of thirteen letters from Woodrow Wilson to Hale (1911-1915) discussing various aspects of United States foreign policy. Between 1913 and 1914, Hale travelled in Central America as Woodrow Wilson's special emissary to Mexico and then to Nicaragua. His letters to his wife during this period describe the political upheavals in those countries and...
Call Number: MS 1140
Overview: Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and memorabilia, chiefly documenting Hale's career as a journalist, as a member of intelligence units in the United States Army during and after World War II, and later as a member of the foreign service in Austria (1950-1953). His correspondence is largely with editors, publishers, and writers about the projected articles, or about the magazines that he sucessively edited, especially the New...
Call Number: MS 996
Overview: The Franklin MacVeagh Papers consist of correspondence largely relating to alumni activities of the Yale College Class of 1862. Prominent correspondents are James H. Crosby, who was secretary of the class, William W. Farnam, William H. Hale, William Kent and Cornelius Ladd Kitchel.