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Guide to the Isadore Zack U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Papers, 1942-1997

Collection number: MC 160

Size: 6 boxes (1.80 cu.ft.)

About Isadore Zack and the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC)

The U.S. Army’s Counter Intelligence Corps, First Service Command, headquartered in Boston, produced the information in this collection between 1943-46. Isadore Zack was in charge of a group called the Subversive Squad between 1942-43. Thereafter, he commanded ten men who formed the Counter Intelligence Group (CIG) of the Security and Intelligence Division. This Group’s function was to collect intelligence and to write the Weekly Intelligence Summary for the commanding general, which was then circulated to more than one hundred law enforcement organizations in New England. This report covered such areas as subversive activities, racial disturbances, labor relations, sabotage, foreign language press, riots and domestic disturbances, foreign affairs pressure groups, and miscellaneous incidents. The CIG also prepared fifty Domestic Intelligence Reports between 1944-45. The Weekly Intelligence Summary dealt with the alleged subversive activities of such groups as Communists, Germans, Italians, Japanese, Pacifists, Socialists, Trotskyites, Italian Fascists, Jehovah’s Witnesses and others suspected of sedition or potential mutiny. The CIG also handled undercover investigations on allegations pertaining to national security and military fitness.

Isadore Zack was born in Quincy, MA in 1912. After graduating from the Boston University School of Journalism he worked on various local papers before training in intelligence procedures in Chicago. He served in the U.S. Army from 1941-1945 and was assigned as Special Agent in Charge of the Counter Intelligence Group/Subversive Squad, First Service Command, Boston, CIC from May 1942 until he left the service. He won three citations and the Army Commendation Ribbon. After the war he served as Director of Fact-Finding and Public Relations for the Anti-Defamation League, N.E. Region. He has recently served as the Secretary of the Military Intelligence Association of New England (MIANE) and as national vice-president of the National Counter Intelligence Corps Association.

About the Isadore Zack – U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Papers

The collection contains a variety of materials relating to domestic intelligence gathering in the early 1940s. Handouts and notes from Mr. Zack’s training provide an insight into the world of domestic espionage during the war years. Periodic intelligence summaries give an overview of the issues and groups that concerned the CIC both regionally and nationally. Individual reports provide an insight into how investigations were handled. The collection consists of training handouts and associated notes, official intelligence summaries, individual investigation reports, and a few photographs. Forty-five issues of the official organ of the NCICA, Golden Sphinx, are also included.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], The Isadore Zack – U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Papers, 1942-1997, MC 160, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donated: Isadore Zack, Sept. 5, 1997 (Accession number: 97.013)

Collection Contents

Series I: Training materials, 1942

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1A Typed Historical Overview of the C.I.C.
Box 1, Folder 1B General Orders
Box 1, Folder 2 Courts Martial and Articles of War
Box 1, Folder 3 Schedule
Box 1, Folder 4 Arsonists
Box 1, Folder 5 U.S. Courts and Federal Procedure
Box 1, Folder 6 Explosive Laws
Box 1, Folder 7 Firearms Laws
Box 1, Folder 8 Telephone Supervision
Box 1, Folder 9 Report Writing
Box 1, Folder 10 Codes and Ciphers
Box 1, Folder 11 Bombs and Infernal Machines
Box 1, Folder 12 Burglary
Box 1, Folder 13 Observation and Description Test
Box 1, Folder 14 Notes on General Principles of Investigative Procedures
Box 1, Folder 15 Notes on Questioned Documents
Box 1, Folder 16 Handwriting
Box 1, Folder 17 Post Office Inspectors
Box 1, Folder 18 Postal Laws and Regulations
Box 1, Folder 19 Naval Intelligence Organization
Box 1, Folder 20 Microphone Installation
Box 1, Folder 21 Surveillance Exercise
Box 1, Folder 22 Index of Investigative Duties of the U.S. Treasury Dept
Box 1, Folder 23 Observation and Description
Box 1, Folder 24 Systems of Identification
Box 1, Folder 25 Safeguarding Information
Box 1, Folder 26 Law of Evidence
Box 1, Folder 27 Undercover Work
Box 1, Folder 28 Methods of Searching
Box 1, Folder 29 Methods of Surveillance
Box 1, Folder 30 Impersonation
Box 1, Folder 31 Counter Subversive System
Box 1, Folder 32 Civil Service Acts and Regulations
Box 1, Folder 33 Law of Arrest
Box 1, Folder 34 Latent Fingerprints
Box 1, Folder 35 Care of Calcium Chloride Tube
Box 1, Folder 36 Taking Fingerprints
Box 1, Folder 37 Plaster of Paris
Box 1, Folder 38 FBI Organization and Functions
Box 1, Folder 39 Interrogation of Witnesses and Prisoners
Box 1, Folder 40 Care of Calcium Chloride Tube
Box 1, Folder 41 Conspiracy
Box 1, Folder 42 Investigative Photography
Box 1, Folder 43 Moulage
Box 1, Folder 44 Applicant Investigations
Box 1, Folder 45 Immigration and Naturalization Service
Box 1, Folder 46 Treason
Box 1, Folder 47 Organization and Functions of Military Police
Box 1, Folder 48 Assignment Sheets – Undercover Work

Series II: Administrative Records of the Subversive group and the Counter Intelligence Group, First Service Command, Boston, 1942-1946

Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 Domestic Intelligence Memorandum, Jan 31, 1944
Box 2, Folder 2 Assignments for Subversive Squad, May 21, 1943
Box 2, Folder 3 Letter to Zack from Corporal Bernstein, June 2, 1943
Box 2, Folder 4 Suspicious Phone Call Memorandum, Sept 27, 1943
Box 2, Folder 5 Letter from John Lawlor to U.S. Conciliation Service, Aug 28, 1943
Box 2, Folder 6 Newspapers required by Subversive Squad, July 21, 1943
Box 2, Folder 7 Progress Report of Subversive Squad, May 4, 1943
Box 2, Folder 8 Investigation of Soldier, May 19, 1943
Box 2, Folder 9 Efficiency Report of Members of Subversive Squad, June 25, 1943
Box 2, Folder 10 Duties of Agents on Squad, May 20, 1943
Box 2, Folder 11 Photographic Work Request Form and Envelope, Jan 10, 1944

Series III: Domestic Intelligence Memos, 1943-1945

Box 2
Box 2, Folder 12 Otis A. Hood, Jan 20, 1944
Box 2, Folder 13 Race Relations Forum, Feb 10, 1944
Box 2, Folder 14 George W. Hartman and the Peace Propagandists, Feb 19, 1944 and Jan 23, 1945
Box 2, Folder 15 Estimate of Domestic Negro Situation, Mar 3, 1944
Box 2, Folder 16 Fascist Agitation in the Negro Press, Mar 24, 1944
Box 2, Folder 17 Information Committee on Reconstruction, Apr 17, 1944
Box 2, Folder 18 Communist Party Recruiting and Educational Aims and Methods, Apr 17, 1944
Box 2, Folder 19 Survey of Armenian-American Activities, Apr 26, 1944
Box 2, Folder 20 Sweethearts of Servicemen Clubs (SOS), Apr 27, 1944
Box 2, Folder 21 Federazione Dopolavoro Del Massachusetts, Inc. (Fascist), May 19, 1944
Box 2, Folder 22 Negroes and the Labor Situation in New England, July 15, 1944
Box 2, Folder 23 Carlson, John Roy, Friends of Francis Sweeney Memorial Committee CIO Political Action Committee: Anglo-Saxon Federation, Aug 19, 1944
Box 2, Folder 24 Portuguese-American Activities, Sept 26, 1944
Box 2, Folder 25 Peace Now Movement, Oct 4, 1944
Box 2, Folder 26 “New World A’Comin” (Communist Musical Revue), Oct 4, 1944
Box 2, Folder 27 “Soviet Union and the War,” Oct 23, 1944
Box 2, Folder 28 Peace Now Movement, Oct 26, 1944
Box 2, Folder 29 Migration of Negroes After World War II, Nov 20, 1944
Box 2, Folder 30 Pacifist Esperantist Activities, Nov 27, 1944
Box 2, Folder 31 Negro Situation in New England, Dec 15, 1944
Box 2, Folder 32 Digest of Opinions on Postwar Problems, n.d
Box 2, Folder 33 The Pacifist Campaign Against Postwar Compulsory Military Training, Jan 8, 1945
Box 2, Folder 34 Summary of the Domestic Intelligence Situation, 1944
Box 2, Folder 35 Committee on Fair Employment Practice, Jan 10, 1945
Box 2, Folder 36 Basic Training Course in Trotskyism, Feb 21, 1945
Box 2, Folder 37 Leadership and the Negro Soldier-Orientation, Mar 6, 1945
Box 2, Folder 38 Dissemination of Anti-Semitic Propaganda, Mar 13, 1945
Box 2, Folder 39 American Committee for Biro-Bidjan (Ambijan), Apr 6, 1945
Box 2, Folder 40 The Eastern Monetary Congress: Gerald L.K. Smith: The Buy All Party, Apr 13, 1945
Box 2, Folder 41 I – The Commoner Party: II – The German Vegetarian and Naturopathic Society, June 7, 1945
Box 2, Folder 42 Army Transport Service (A.T.S.) Association (Overseas Branch), June 16, 1945
Box 2, Folder 43 Communist Program For Infiltration of Nationality Group, June 21, 1945
Box 2, Folder 44 Organization for the Permanent Return of European Combat Troops, July 6, 1945
Box 2, Folder 45 Florida Bible Institute – Dr. Gerald B. Winrod, Aug 24, 1945
Box 2, Folder 46 Weekly Intelligence Summary #179, July 7-14, 1945
Box 2, Folder 47 Weekly Intelligence Summary #180, July 14-21,1945
Box 2, Folder 48 Weekly Intelligence Summary #181, July 21-28, 1945
Box 2, Folder 49 Weekly Intelligence Sumamry #182, July 28 – Aug 4, 1945
Box 2, Folder 50 Weekly Intelligence Summary #183, Aug 4, 1945 – Aug 11, 1945
Box 2, Folder 51 Weekly Intelligence Summary #184, Aug 11, 1945 – Aug 18, 1945
Box 2, Folder 52 Material for Weekly Intelligence Summary #93, Oct 1943

Series IV: Investigative Reports, 1943-1944

Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 Pictures viewed by Mr. Davrakian of Federal Communication Commission
Box 3, Folder 2 Incident at Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, Jan 16, 1943
Box 3, Folder 3 MA State Police Guard at East Boston Airport, Boston, MA, Jan 4, 1943
Box 3, Folder 4 “The Minute Man,” Mar 15, 1944
Box 3, Folder 5 Draft Deferments; Watertown Arsenal, Arp 26, 1943
Box 3, Folder 6 Lack of Investigation of Civilian Personnel at Camp Myles Standish, Taunton, MA, May 8, 1943
Box 3, Folder 7 Strength of MA State Police in Personnel Vehicles and Armaments, May 27, 1943
Box 3, Folder 8 Live Ammunition found at Lawrence, MA, June 7, 1943
Box 3, Folder 9 Russian Flag Flying Incident, Aug 31, 1943
Box 3, Folder 10 Homosexuals in Statler Hotel Bar, Boston, Sept 14, 1943
Box 3, Folder 11 Conduct of Servicemen in Providence, RI, Sept 17, 1943
Box 3, Folder 12 Wave of Four Major Fires Sweep Boston Area-Falmouth Fire Injures Five, Destroys Four Planes, Sept 17, 1943
Box 3, Folder 13 Howe, Walter D. (Pfc.) ASN 11087866, Japanese Script, Oct 22, 1943
Box 3, Folder 14 Letter: Zack to Goodman, Boston Police re Col. Furber, Ft. Devens, Oct 19, 1943
Box 3, Folder 15 Investigation of Damaged Records at Builders Iron Works, E. Boston, MA, Mar 27, 1944
Box 3, Folder 16 Misinformation: Check of Boston Radio Stations, Jan 22, 1944
Box 3, Folder 17 Lorch, Lee A. (Pvt.) ASN 31311429 Disaffection, Jan 12, 1944
Box 3, Folder 18 Negro Soldiers Stationed at Boston Port of Embarkation, Apr 8, 1944
Box 3, Folder 19 Shipment of “Legend of the Pacific,” Apr 24, 1944
Box 3, Folder 20 Henderson, Frances, May 26, 1944
Box 3, Folder 21 Mass AWOL, Camp Kilmer, New Jersey, May 29, 1944
Box 3, Folder 22 Rumor about pregnant WACS, June 2, 1944
Box 3, Folder 23 Prisoner of War Post Card, June 2, 1944
Box 3, Folder 24 Japanese Broadcast of American War Prisoner, June 8, 1944
Box 3, Folder 25 Possible Fraud re: Uniforms, June 9, 1944
Box 3, Folder 26 Meteorological Candle Found in Maine Woods, June 16, 1944
Box 3, Folder 27 Alleged Seditious Article re Negroes, 6/12/44June 12, 1944
Box 3, Folder 28 Surveillance of Wood Island Park Section, E. Boston re Negro Troops, June 17, 1944 – June 18, 1944
Box 3, Folder 29 Four Freedoms Essay Contest, June 20, 1944
Box 3, Folder 30 Friends of Free Germany, June 21, 1944
Box 3, Folder 31 Mantle Club/G.E., Lynn, MA., June 25, 1944
Box 3, Folder 32 Jesse Clifford Daniel, June 26, 1944
Box 3, Folder 33 Racial Situation in Boston, MA, June 28, 1944
Box 3, Folder 34 Preventative Action to Eliminate the Causes of Racial Disturbances, June 29, 1944
Box 3, Folder 35 Camp Edwards License Plates #2240, June 30, 1944
Box 3, Folder 36 Feature Article-AFRO-AMERICAN (Negro Weekly), July 1, 1944
Box 3, Folder 37 Brooks, Charles T. /Facilities for Returning Servicemen, July 18, 1944
Box 3, Folder 38 V.F.W. Auxiliary Meeting on Italian Prisoners, July 27, 1944
Box 3, Folder 39 George La Piana/Daily Worker/Italian Service Units, Aug 1, 1944 – Aug 2, 1944
Box 3, Folder 40 What Does the C.T.A.L.(Workers Confederation of Latin America) Mean? A Booklet by Vincente Lombardo Toledano, Aug 3, 1944
Box 3, Folder 41 Racial Discrimination Charge by Negro MPs, Aug 4, 1944
Box 3, Folder 42 Jehovah’s Witnesses: Meeting in Boston, MA, Aug 13, 1944
Box 3, Folder 43 Alleged Japanese Atrocity Story, Aug 8, 1944
Box 3, Folder 44 Meeting of Governor’s Committee for Racial and Religious Understanding, Aug 8, 1944
Box 3, Folder 45 National Religion and Labor Foundation, Aug 14, 1944
Box 3, Folder 46 Young People’s Non-Partisan League, Aug 21, 1944
Box 3, Folder 47 Preventative Measures for Racial Disturbances, Aug 30, 1944
Box 3, Folder 48 War Parents of America, Incorporated, Aug 31, 1944
Box 3, Folder 49 Anti-Semitic Rhyme, Sept 5, 1944
Box 3, Folder 50 Snapshots of Japanese, Sept 21, 1944
Box 3, Folder 51 Soldier buys Communist Literature in Boston’s Progressive Bookstore, Sept 16, 1944
Box 3, Folder 52 German POW Altercation Ft. Devens, Sept 23, 1944
Box 3, Folder 53 Possible Illegal Transmitter, Oct 4, 1944
Box 3, Folder 54 Ukrainian National Association, Oct 4, 1944
Box 3, Folder 55 Threatened Strike, U.S. Rubber Company, New Bedford, MA, Oct 9, 1944
Box 3, Folder 56 Jack C. Little: false story re ship “Hyannis,” Oct 10, 1944
Box 3, Folder 57 German coin, Oct 4, 1944
Box 3, Folder 58 Chandler, Eleanor I. (Mrs.) Negro/ Military Intelligence, Oct 18, 1944
Box 3, Folder 59 The Countercurrent, Nov 1, 1944
Box 3, Folder 60 Friends of Father Coughlin Dinner, Nov 1, 1944
Box 3, Folder 61 Coded Message from Lt. Beal, AUS, Nov 1, 1944
Box 3, Folder 62 Samuel Adams School, Nov 1, 1944
Box 3, Folder 63 ASFTC Fort Devens Investigation, MA, Nov 3, 1944 and Nov 24, 1944
Box 3, Folder 64 Powers, James H., Article re German POW’s, Atlantic Monthly, Nov 1944
Box 3, Folder 65 German Propaganda/Raytheon, Nov 13, 1944
Box 3, Folder 66 Teamster Strike (Undercover Report), Nov 22, 1944
Box 3, Folder 67 Fehlau, Edgar R. (Rev.), Subversive Sermons, Lewiston, ME, Nov 22, 1944
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 CIO Office Workers Canteen, 11/30/44 Nov 30, 1944
Box 4, Folder 2 Sales of Firearms, Nov 30, 1944
Box 4, Folder 3 American Veterans of World War II (AMVETS) and Brigadier General H.C. Holdridge (Retired), Dec 9, 1944
Box 4, Folder 4 Frank Buda, Watertown Arsenal, MA, Dec 9, 1944
Box 4, Folder 5 PW-Civilian Personnel Fraternization at Cushing General Hospital, Framingham, MA, Dec 18, 1944
Box 4, Folder 6 General Colonization Board/Italian Service Units to Venezuela, Dec 22, 1944
Box 4, Folder 7 Confidential Maps Found, Dec 22, 1944
Box 4, Folder 8 Italian Service Unit Members Strike at Fort Andrews, MA. and Camp Myles Standish, Jan 23, 1945 and June 21, 1945
Box 4, Folder 9 Notes for Communist Report, 1945
Box 4, Folder 10 Letter From L.V. Rialo, 808 East St., Sacramento, CA re Italian prisoners, Dec 30, 1944
Box 4, Folder 11 Slandering Army Uniform, Jan 5, 1945
Box 4, Folder 12 Leather Worker Labor Unrest in Peabody-Salem-Danvers and Woburn, MA, Jan 8, 1945
Box 4, Folder 13 Japanese Activities in Waterbury, CT
Box 4, Folder 14 Trotskyist Youth Group, Jan 18, 1945
Box 4, Folder 15 Possible Strike at Boston Port of Embarkation, Jan 22, 1945
Box 4, Folder 16 Possible Fascist Titles in Universal Book Service Catalogue, Jan 24, 1945
Box 4, Folder 17 1184 Religious Opponents of National Service Legislation, Feb 5, 1945
Box 4, Folder 18 Defective Equipment/Tobe Deutschmann Corporation, Canton and Boston, MA, Feb 14, 1945
Box 4, Folder 19 Japanese-American Citizens League (JACL) and Cabot, Godfrey Lowell, Feb 14, 1945
Box 4, Folder 20 Current Anti-Fascist Italian-American Thinking in Boston Area, Mar 9, 1945
Box 4, Folder 21 Rumor Letter re Soldiers Paying for Injections, Mar 10, 1945
Box 4, Folder 22 International Labor Defense, Mar 14, 1945
Box 4, Folder 23 Refusal of Duty By Certain Member of WAC Detachment (Colored), Lovell General Hospital, Fort Devens, MA, Mar 23, 1945 and Mar 28, 1945
Box 4, Folder 24 War Food Administration (WFA) Apple Purchases, Mar 27, 1945 and Mar 29, 1945
Box 4, Folder 25 Communist Infiltration into Army/Secretary of War Stimson/ Washington Times-Herald, Apr 21, 1945
Box 4, Folder 26 Unsatisfactory Treatment, Returned E.M., Ft. Devens [Wise, Frank (Cpl.)]
Box 4, Folder 27 U.S. Army Air Forces Equipment Dropped from Plane in Bridgewater, MA, Jun 26, 1945
Box 4, Folder 28 Armenian Communist Party to Hold 8th Annual Connvention in Detroit, MI, Aug 28, 1945
Box 4, Folder 29 General Information on Palestine, n.d. (probably 1945)
Box 4, Folder 30 Basic Training Course in Trotskyism (D.I.M.#31, draft), n.d.
Box 4, Folder 31 Portuguese-American Activities (D.I.M.#34, draft), n.d.
Box 4, Folder 32 National Weekly Intelligence Summary, n.d.
Box 4, Folder 33 National Weekly Intelligence Summary, July 14-28, 1945July 14, 1945 – July 28, 1945

Series V: Miscellaneous, 1943-1997

Box 4
Box 4, Folder 34 Letter from Zack to Professor Douglas Wheeler
Box 4, Folder 35 Letter from Zack to Duval
Box 4, Folder 36 Article written by Zack, “CIC in Zone of Interior,” n.d.
Box 4, Folder 37 List of Special Agents sent to Cloak and Dagger Book Store, n.d
Box 4, Folder 38 Commendation, 1944
Box 4, Folder 39 Special Orders with envelope, 1945
Box 4, Folder 40 Counterintelligence and Plant Protection Digest, 1943
Box 4, Folder 41 Catalogue and Price List Counter Intelligence Corps School, Fort Holabird, Baltimore, Maryland, Jan 1954
Box 4, Folder 42 Program, Corner Stone Ceremony, Headquarters, Fort Holabird, Baltimore, MD, Jan 1954
Box 4, Folder 43 Pamphlet – 50th Anniversary of the Founding of Fort Holabird, 1967
Box 4, Folder 44 Military Intelligence Association of New England Membership Directory, 1983
Box 4, Folder 45 CIC Membership Directory, revised edition, 1993
Box 4, Folder 46 CIC Membership Directories, 1950, 1956
Box 4, Folder 47 CIC Membership Directories, 1960, 1967
Box 4, Folder 48 CIC Membership Directories, 1979, 1983
Box 4, Folder 49 CIC Membership Directories, 1990, 1994
Box 4, Folder 50 D-Day at Utah Beach by Michel de Valavieille. Translated for the Use of Members of the Military Assoc. of New England, n.d.
Box 4, Folder 51 Booklist, U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps, Cloak and Dagger Books
Box 4, Folder 52 Bulletin, Rotary Club, Manchester, N.H., July 27, 1997

Series VI: Photographs

Box 4
Box 4, Folder 53
Envelope 1 Isadore Zack and unidentified man at desk, n.d. (b and w, 4×5)
Envelope 2 Isadore Zack (as pictured above) (b and w, 8×10)
Envelope 3 Group photo including Isadore Zack (b and w, 4×5)
Envelope 4 Same unidentified man as above seated behind desk (b and w, 8×10)
Envelope 5 Stone Marker of CIC Headquarters in Boston,(color, 5×7). n.d (See this item.)
Envelope 6 Stone Marker of CIC Headquarters in Boston, n.d. (color, 7×9 1/2)
Envelope 7 Prof. Douglas Wheeler addressing Rotary Club, 1997 (color, 4×6)
Envelope 8 “Gathering Secrets – a Crowded Field,” photo of a slide used during Prof. Douglas Wheeler’s presentation to Rotary Club, 1997 (color, 4×6)

Series VII: Restricted Material

Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1 Index of Incident Investigations
Box 5, Folder 2 Index of Domestic Intelligence Memos
Box 5, Folder 3 Potentially Subversive Personnel, Camp Niantic, CT, March 5, 1943
Box 5, Folder 4 Camp Myles Standish, Taunton, MA, Apr 2, 1943
Box 5, Folder 5 Known German Associations, Boston, Apr 16, 1943
Box 5, Folder 6 Engaged to Daughter of Interned Fascist Organizer, Apr 17, 1943
Box 5, Folder 7 Psychoneurotic Subject With Persecution Complex, Tremont St., Boston, MA, Apr 27, 1943
Box 5, Folder 8 WAAC and Foreign Travel, Lowell, MA, Apr 28, 1943
Box 5, Folder 9 Possible Disaffected Individual, M.I.T., Cambridge, MA, May 6, 1943
Box 5, Folder 10 German-Born Taxi Driver, Boston, MA, June 5, 1943
Box 5, Folder 11 Took Photos of Restricted Items at Exhibit, Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA, June 19, 1943
Box 5, Folder 12 Efficiency Report on Subversive Squad Agents, July 31, 1943
Box 5, Folder 13 Investigation Into Subject, Mother of Two Soldiers Complaining of Racist Abuse, Aug 3, 1943
Box 5, Folder 14 Member of Communist Party Enlisted in Army, New Bedford, MA, Aug 5, 1943
Box 5, Folder 15 Communist Enlisted Soldier, Aug 18, 1943
Box 5, Folder 16 Suspected of being a Nazi, M.I.T., Cambridge, MA, Aug 20, 1943
Box 5, Folder 17 Union Member and Labor Activist, Will Rogers Filed, Oklahoma, Aug 20, 1943
Box 5, Folder 18 Expressed Pro-Soviet Jewish Sentiment, Fort Eustis, VA, Aug 23, 1943
Box 5, Folder 19 Deemed Dangerous Character, Boston, MA, Aug 24, 1943
Box 5, Folder 20 Ordered Camouflage Suits, Roxbury, MA, Aug 24, 1943
Box 5, Folder 21 Suspected Communists, Boston, MA, Aug 25, 1943
Box 5, Folder 22 Pro-Soviet Tendencies, Fort Sam Houston, TX, Aug 30, 1943
Box 5, Folder 23 Exhibits Radical Tendencies, Windsor Locks, CT, Aug 31, 1943
Box 5, Folder 24 Enlisted Man’s Sister A Communist, Bridgeport, CT, Sept 11, 1943
Box 5, Folder 25 Suspected Communists, Camp Davis, N.C. & Fort Devens, MA, Sept 11, 1943
Box 5, Folder 26 Wrote Letter to “Key” Communist Figure, Oklahoma City, OK, Sept 11, 1943
Box 5, Folder 27 Wrote Letter to “Key” Communist Figure, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD, Sept 13, 1943
Box 5, Folder 28 Wrote Letter to “Key” Communist Figure, Harlington, TX, Sept 13, 1943
Box 5, Folder 29 Disaffected Person, Boston University, Boston, MA, Sept 13, 1943
Box 5, Folder 30 Question of Identity, Bizerte, Tunisia, Oct 9, 1943
Box 5, Folder 31 Suspected Young Communist, Boston, MA, Oct 9, 1943
Box 5, Folder 32 Unjust Discharge Complaint, Somerset, MA, Oct 12, 1943
Box 5, Folder 33 Wrote Letter To Suspected Communist, Gainesville, FL, Oct 15, 1943
Box 5, Folder 34 Wrote Letter To Suspected Communist, Boston, MA, Oct 15, 1943
Box 5, Folder 35 Identity Confusion, Dorchester, MA, Oct 18, 1943
Box 5, Folder 36 Estonian Native, Former Communist, Now Enlisted Man, Boston, MA, Oct 19, 1943
Box 5, Folder 37 Subject – Not Interviewed in this report – in Camp Wheeler, GA, Oct 27, 1943
Box 5, Folder 38 Investigation of Reputedly “Disaffected” Soldier, Fort George Meade, MD, Oct 30, 1943
Box 5, Folder 39 Suspected Communist, Boston Navy Yard, Jan 15, 1944
Box 5, Folder 40 Suspected Communist, Boston, MA, Jan 19, 1944
Box 5, Folder 41 Harvard Professor’s Views on Likelihood of Poland Going Communist, Boston, MA, Jan 24, 1944
Box 5, Folder 42 Talk Concerning Japanese Fleet, Boston, MA, Jan 27, 1944
Box 5, Folder 43 Suspected Of being Extreme Liberal, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Mar 21, 1944
Box 5, Folder 44 Student Enrolled in Communist Party, Massachusetts School For Art, Boston, MA, Apr 10, 1944
Box 5, Folder 45 Nazi Sympathizer, Boston, MA, Apr 29, 1944
Box 5, Folder 46 Subject “Runs Around With Other Men,” Brockton, MA, May 9, 1944
Box 5, Folder 47 Procured Tires and Gasoline Illegally, Andover, MA, May 13, 1944
Box 5, Folder 48 Dressed in Civilian Clothes, Brookline, MA, May 29, 1944
Box 5, Folder 49 Fascist Sympathizer, Boston, MA, June 9, 1944
Box 5, Folder 50 Report on the Peace Now Movement, June 11, 1944
Box 5, Folder 51 Communist Infiltration of the USO Club for Negro Soldiers, Ruggles St., Boston, MA, June 19, 1944
Box 5, Folder 52 Pro-Japanese Sympathies, Boston, MA, June 20, 1944
Box 5, Folder 53 False Rumor of Individuals Having Knowledge of Troop Movements, June 20, 1944
Box 5, Folder 54 Unseemly Closeness Between Two Suspects, Tufts University, Medford, MA, June 30, 1944
Box 5, Folder 55 Dual Identity, Melrose, MA, July 20, 1944
Box 5, Folder 56 Suspected Gambling At Arsenal, Watertown, MA, July 24, 1944
Box 5, Folder 57 Evasion of Censorship, Jefferson Barracks, MO, July 26, 1944
Box 5, Folder 58 Protest Against “Coddling” of Italian Prisoners, July 27, 1944
Box 5, Folder 59 AWOL and Impersonator, Ipswich, MA, Aug 8, 1944
Box 5, Folder 60 Suspected Saboteur, Concord, MA, Aug 9, 1944
Box 5, Folder 61 Complaint From Wife For Failure of Separated Husband To Support Her, Medford, MA, Aug 18, 1944
Box 5, Folder 62 Author Questioned About His Activities in Boston, MA, Aug 18, 1944
Box 5, Folder 63 Seditious Propaganda, Aug 26, 1944
Box 5, Folder 64 Report on the Yankee Freeman Movement, Sept 15, 1944
Box 5, Folder 65 False Information supplied Relating to Serviceman, Quincy, MA, Sept 23, 1944
Box 5, Folder 66 Views of Harvard Professor on Italy, Cambridge, MA, Oct 26, 1944
Box 5, Folder 67 Change of Addresses For pacifist Group members, Boston, MA, Nov 4, 1944
Box 5, Folder 68 Falsely Identified Himself as Officer, Dorchester, MA, Nov 13, 1944
Box 5, Folder 69 Suspicious V-Mail letter, Boston, MA, Nov 22, 1944
Box 5, Folder 70 Possible Dual Identity Case, Boston, MA, Concord and canterbury, NH, Nov 29, 1944
Box 5, Folder 71 Identity Question, Hyde Park, Boston, MA, Dec 11, 1944
Box 5, Folder 72 Notification of Relocation of Three Pacifist Priests, Boston, MA, Dec 26, 1944
Box 5, Folder 73 Made Derogatory Remarks About the WAC, Newton, MA, Jan 22, 1945
Box 5, Folder 74 Harvard Professor’s Opinion on Catalog 45 of Universal Book Service, Cambridge, MA, Jan 24, 1945
Box 5, Folder 75 Concern Over Coded Telegram Message, Franklin, MA, Jan 26, 1945
Box 5, Folder 76 Made Anti-Semitic Statement, Lynn, MA, Jan 26, 1945
Box 5, Folder 77 Discussed Troop Movements, Providence, RI, Mar 15, 1945
Box 5, Folder 78 U.S. Army & Navy Bandsmen Association, New Haven, CT, Apr 2, 1945
Box 5, Folder 79 Communist Professor’s Speech, Brockton, MA, Apr 30, 1945
Box 5, Folder 80 Security Conference Protest Letter Identified as Communist-Inspired, May 30, 1945
Box 5, Folder 81 New England Residents Sign Statement Sponsored By Communist-Front Organization, June 21, 1945
Box 5, Folder 82 Stowaway, U.S.S. General T.H. Bliss, Boston, MA, July 11, 1945
Box 5, Folder 83 Italian National Acting in Guise of U.S. Soldier, Boston, MA, July 23, 1945
Box 5, Folder 84 “Uncomfortable Situation” re Discussion Groups Conducted at Shirley USO, Shirley, MA, Aug 10, 1945
Box 5, Folder 85 Safe Containing Confidential and Restricted Items and Uncashed Checks Left Open, Boston, MA, Aug 21, 1945

Series VIII: Periodical

Box 6
Golden Sphinx: The Voice of Intelligence, Aug 1961-Spring 1997 (lacks issues), official organ of the National Counter Intelligence Corps Association (NCICA), published in Racine, OH

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