Sub-series X/D:
Printed Matter Regarding Russia
    Published pamphlets and bulletins concerning Russia include the following: Bulletin (late 1930s), Letters (1943-1945), and American Quarterly on the Soviet Union (1930s and 1940s) issued by the American Russian Institute, Inc.; New Times (1946 and 1947), a semi-monthly published by the Moscow newspaper Trud; Information Bulletin (1959-1965), a publication of the Soviet Peace Committee; the Information Bulletin (1941-1946) of the Embassy of the U.S.S.R.; a 1941 pamphlet entitled In Defense of Civilization Against Barbarism; VOKS Bulletin (1942-1947), a journal commenting on Russian Culture published by the U.S.S.R. Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries; issues from the late 1930s and 1950s of Soviet Russia Today with articles pertaining to science; Moscow News (1958-1963); Economic Review of the Soviet Union (1932); The Russian Review (1941-1943); and 35 assorted pamphlets (1938-1971) the majority concerned with World War II. The pamphlets, most of which were published by the Soviet press, include such titles as Soviet Women in the War Against Hitlerism, Molotov and the Question of Germany, and The Protection of Public Health in the USSR.
Box 242Bulletin of the Soviet Union, Letters, American Quarterly on the Soviet Union; Problems of Economics; Soviet Education
Box 243-244New Times (semi-monthly journal published by the Muscovite newspaper Trud). — run of issues from 1946-1947
Box 245-246For Peace (information bulletin of the Soviet Peace Committee). — run of issues from 1958-1967
Box 247-248Information Bulletin of the Russian Embassy. — run of issues from 1941-1946
Box 249Voks. — run of issues from 1940-1950
Box 250Soviet Russia Today, Moscow News, The Russian Review
Box 251Miscellaneous pamphlets. — 1938-1971
    Majority published by the Soviet press dealing with Soviet accomplishments during the war and subsequent developments.
Box 252Miscellaneous pamphlets. — 1932-1955
    The Protection of Motherhood and Early Childhood; The Protection of Public Health in the USSR; Addresses to the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce; National Federation: New World Discussion Clubs; Russian News Bulletin; Jewish People's Meeting in Moscow; Anti-Nazi Meeting of Soviet Scientists; The Tolstoy Foundation; America and Trieste, God and the Russians; A New Look at the Soviet New Look.

Sub-series X/E:
Printed Matter Not Regarding Russia
    Throughout his life Gantt received circulars from such groups as the American Civil Liberties Union, and newsletters such as Peace Action. Several radical causes are represented. They fill six boxes, generally dating from the 1930s through the 1960s. In addition, there is one box of pamphlets (1939-1945) primarily concerned with World War II. Pamphlets published by the America First Committee include, among others, Beware of Europe's Wars by John Dos Passos. Other topics are socialized medicine, eugenics, and nuclear weapons.
Box 253Pamphlets re civil liberties.
    Primarily Peace Action, an independent publication, and also including miscellaneous pamphlets of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Box 254Issues of the National News-Letter, a British bulletin dealing with affairs re Britain. — run of issues through the 1940s
Box 255Issues of ACEN News, a journal dealing with the Activities of the assembly of captive European nations. — run of issues through the 1950s
Box 256Issues of the Yugoslav Newsletter and other Yugoslav journals, including the Yugoslav Fortnightly
Box 257Pamphlets re various causes, primarily concerning WWII. — 1939-1945
Arranged chronologically

    Of particular interest are those debating possible American intervention in the war (i.e., pamphlets by the America First Committee). Titles include: Beware of Europe's Wars (by John dos Passos); These are the Facts, Mr. President (an address by Clarence B. Randall, President of Inland Steel Company); America and the War (by the AFC); The American People Want Peace (by Jessica Smith); Our Foreign Policy (by General Robert E. Wood, of the AFC); Can Hitler Invade America? (by the AFC); An American Policy for Peace and a New World (transcript of a speech by Claude Pepper); World Communism and Foreign Policy (by Earl Browder); Spain and Peace (by Howard Fast); Building the Peace (a series of foreign affairs outlines published by the Department of State); Free World (a 1945 foreign policy journal); Background for War (by the editors of Time Magazine); The Southern Patriot (1945 copy). Note: There are also miscellaneous pamphlets re: Poland, socialized medicine, eugenics, nuclear weapons, China, American Indians, and Norway.
Folder 258/1American Association of Scientific Workers. — 1943-1945
Folder 258/2American Association for the United Nations, Inc.. — 1953-1954
Folder 258/3American Church Committee for Armenia. — n.d.
Folder 258/4-5American Civil Liberties Union. — 1940-1967
Folder 258/6American Committee for Armenian Rights. — 1945-1946
Folder 258/7American Committee for Cultural Freedom. — 1958
Folder 258/8American Committee for the Liberation of Yugoslavia. — 1958
Folder 258/9American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born. — 1958
Folder 258/10American Committee for Yugoslav Relief. — 1946-1947
Folder 258/11National Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations. — 1939-1948
Folder 258/12American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees. — 1959
Folder 258/13American Indian Fund of the Association on American-Indian Affairs. — Inc. 1950-1959
Folder 258/14American Jewish Labor Council. — 1947
Folder 258/15Americans for Democratic Action. — 1957-1965
Folder 258/16Animal Welfare Institute. — n.d.
Folder 258/17Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee. — 1948
Folder 258/18Armenian National Council of America. — 1945-1947
Folder 258/19Atlantic Union Committee, Inc.. — 1952-1957
Folder 258/20Baltimore Community Fund Appeal. — 1941
Folder 258/21Baltimore War and Community Fund. — 1943
Folder 258/22Bar Association Committee for the Election of Sitting Judges. — 1964
Folder 258/23Citizens' Committee for Constitutional Liberties. — 1961
Folder 258/24Citizens' Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. — 1962-1976
Folder 258/25Committee for National Morale. — 1942
Folder 258/26Committee for Preserving Constitutional Rights. — 1965
Folder 258/27Committee of 100. — 1952-1967
Folder 258/28Committee on Morale of the Maryland Psychiatric Society. — n.d.
Folder 258/29Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies. — 1940
Folder 258/30Congress for Racial Equality. — n.d.
Folder 258/31-32Council for Democracy. — 1943-1946
Folder 258/33Council of Greek Americans. — 1955
Folder 258/34Planning Committee for a Cultural Salute to Paul Robeson. — 1954
Folder 259/1Emergency Civil Liberties Committee. — 1959
Folder 259/2Environmental Defense Fund. — n.d.
Folder 259/3Exiled Writers Committee. — n.d.
Folder 259/4Federal Union. — 1962
Folder 259/5Free China Fund. — 1954-1955
Folder 259/6Freedom House Bookshelf Committee. — 1963-1966
Folder 259/7Herbert Aptheker Testimonial Dinner Committee. — 1966
Folder 259/8Initiating Committee - Open Letter Opposing Fascism. — 1939
Folder 259/9Institute of Ethnic Affairs, Inc.. — 1945
Folder 259/10Institute of Public Affairs. — n.d.
Folder 259/11International Rescue Committee. — 1951-1958
Folder 259/12Inter-University Committee on Travel Grant. — 1961
Folder 259/13Jeremiah Stamler Legal Aid Fund. — 1968
Folder 259/14Joint Campaign for Three Letters. — 1963
Folder 259/15Kosciuszko Foundation. — n.d.
Folder 259/16Maryland Association for Democratic Rights. — 1940
Folder 259/17Maryland Right to Work Committee. — 1958
Folder 259/18Musicians' Emergency Fund, Inc.. — 1956
Folder 259/19National Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism. — 1943-1945
Folder 259/20National Committee to Free Earl Browder. — 1942
Folder 259/21National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Inc.. — 1967
Folder 259/22National Council Against Conscription. — n.d.
Folder 259/23National Council for Prevention of War. — 1940-1942
Folder 259/24National Federation for Constitutional Liberty. — 1941-1949
Folder 259/25National Parks Association. — 1950
Folder 259/26National Save-a-Life League, Inc.. — 1963
Folder 259/27National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc.. — 1956
Folder 259/28National Wartime Conference. — 1943
Folder 259/29National Wildlife Federation. — 1964
Folder 259/30Non-Violent Action Against Nuclear Weapons. — 1958
Folder 259/31North Roland Park Improvement Association. — 1963
Folder 259/32Oklahoma Art Sale Committee. — 1941
Folder 259/33Save the Children Federation. — 1957
Folder 259/34Save-the-Redwoods League. — 1942-1965
Folder 259/35Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality. — 1968
Folder 259/36Scientists and Engineers for McCarthy. — n.d.
Folder 259/37Spanish Refugee Aid. — 1955-1958
Folder 259/38Students for Tydings. — n.d.
Folder 259/39Temporary Committee on Food for Europe's Children. — 1943
Folder 259/40Town Hall, Inc.. — 1942-1943
Folder 259/41Ukrainian Society for Cultural Relations. — 1947
Folder 259/42United Committee of South-Slavic Americans. — n.d.
Folder 259/43United Nations. — 1956
Folder 259/44United Nations Committee of Maryland. — 1959
Folder 259/45U. S. S. R. Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries. — 1941
Folder 259/46War Relief Fund of Americans of South Slavic Descent. — 1944-1945
Folder 259/47United World Federalists, Inc.. — 1957-1958
Folder 259/48World Council of Peace. — 1955
Folder 259/49World Wildlife Fund. — 1963-1968
Folder 259/50Yugoslav Information Center. — 1950
Folder 259/51Zuni Mission. — n.d.