Inventory of the Linda Lear Collection of Rachel Carson, Box 18 A-C

For the complete finding aid, see

Witness for Nature; Chapter 18, "Rumblings of an Avalanche":
Pesticide Articles and Reactions to Silent Spring


"Act to curb a pesticide used widely," NY Times News Service

Adams, Val. "Rachel Carson expected to talk", NY Times; 1962 Aug 30 (1 p.)
"Agricultural Activities," National Aviation Trades Assoc, 1962 Nov (1 p.)
"Agricultural Chemicals, Safety Code," National Agricultural Chemicals Assoc. (1 p.)
"Agricultural Chemicals, What they are/How they are used" Manufacturing Chemists' Assoc
Alexander, James E. "Disturbing Book about poisons around us," Pttsburgh Post-Gazette, 29 Sep 1962(1 p.)
Alsop, Joseph. "My Turtle and Rachel Carson", Boston Globe; 1963 May 26 (2 p.)
"And no birds sing", Washington Post; 1963 Apr 13 (1 p.)
Anderson, Malory. "The case for pesticides," Field & Stream 1964 Sep. (4 p.)
"Are We Poisoning Ourselves with pesticides?", Readers Digest/Time; 1962 Sep (4 p.)
"Are We Poisoning Ourselves?", Business Week; 1962 Sep 8 (2 p.)
"Are you careless with pesticides?", National Safety Council (4 p.)
Association of British Manufacturers of Agricultural Chemicals, 1963 Feb 7 (10 p.)
Atkinson, Brooks. "Brush spraying", The New York Times; 1962 Oct 19 (1 p.)
Atkinson, Brooks. "Rachel Carson's Articles on the Danger of Chemical Sprays Prove Effective", The New York Times; 1962 Sept 11 (1 p.)
Atkinson, Brooks. "Rachel Carson's 'Silent Spring' Is Called 'The Rights of Man' of Our Time", The New York Times; 1963 Apr 2 (1 p.)
National Audubon Society press release; 1962 Oct 3 (2 p.)
"Author-biologist wars of pesticide dangers," The Evening Star, 1962 Jul 30 (1 p.)
Baker, Samm Sinclair. "Can Your Garden Live Without 'Poison?'" [unspecified publication]; n.d. (2 p.)
Baldwin, I.L. Chemicals and pests", Science; 1962 Sept 28 (2 p.)
"Bale of blue jeans turns into the case of the poisoned pants," (1 p.)
Barkham, John. "Among books and authors", Bergen Record; 1962 Sept 29 (1 p.)
Barnes, Irston R. "The Most Important Chronicle" [manuscript], The Naturalist; 1962 Sep 29 (3 p.)
Barnes, Irston R. "No repeal for the law of gravity," The Naturalist; 1962 Sep 30 (1 p.)
Bates, Marston, "Man & other pests," The Nation; 1962 Oct 29 (3 p.)
Bean, William B. "Book reviews and re-evaluations of Silent Spring," Perspectives in Biology and Medicine; 1963 Summer (2 p.)
Bean, William B. "The noise of Silent Spring," Archives of Internal medicine, 1963 Sep. (34 p.)
Beeler, Dick. Editorial, Agrichemical West; 1963 Nov (1 p.)
"Bird haven spurs a pesticide war," NY Times, 1962 Sep 23
Bond, Alice Dixon, "Poisons making the spring silent," Boston Herald 1962 Sep 30
Brown, A.W.A. "Effects of insecticides on wildlife," The Conservationist 1962
Brown, A.W.A. "Insecticides and world health," Pest control, 1963 Apr-May
Buchheister, Carl, "The president reports to you," Audubon 1963 Mar-Apr.
Bunbury, David, "How Silent the Spring,"
Burke, Albert E. "Probe with Dr. Albert E. Burke"; 1963 (4 p.)
Caidin, S.M. "Silent Spring is recommended," Providence Journal 1962 Oct 10
"California pesticide pilots have high fatal injury rate," Medical tribune, 1963 Oct 14
Callison, Charles, "National Capitol Report Conservation Outlook," Audubon 1963 Mar-Apr
Callison, Charles, "What the labels do not say," Audubon, 1963 May-June
Campbell, Lou. "The Pros And Cons Of Pesticides, Herbicides", Toledo Times; 1963 Apr 3 (1 p.)
Carey, Frank. "Insecticide chemists attack Silent Spring," Louisville Times, 1962 Sep 28
Carey, Frank, "Scientist takes issue with Carson," Reporter Despatch, 1963 Aug 28
Carleton, Milton, "Silent Spring merely science fiction instead of fact,"
Carleton, Milton, "Silent Spring pros and cons,"
Caro, Robert A. "Nature's Guardian", Newsday; 1962 Sep 30 (1 p.) ; "Are spray killers menace to man?" Newsday 1962 Aug 30
Casey, Phil, "Biologist warns against wide use of insecticides," Washington Post, 1962
Chamberlain, John, Review. Wall Street Journal
"Chemical poisoning of our environment," NACCA Newsletter
Chemical Week editorial, 1962 July 14
"Close dairy farms after insecticides found in milk," 1964 Feb 9
Cobb, Stanley, "Zoologist claims action on pesticides is urgent," Vineyard Gazette. 1963 Aug
Cole, Lamont C. "Rachel Carson's indictment of the wide use of pesticides," Scientific American. 1962 Dec
Commoner, Barry, "Scientists must foresee the claims of their monsters," Washington Post, 1962 Dec 19
Conklin, Gordon, "Insecticide fuss," American Agriculturist, 1964, Aug
Cottam, Clarence and Scott, Thomas G. "A Commentary on Silent Spring", The Journal of Wildlife Management; 1963 Jan (3 p.)
Cottam, Clarence. "Chemical pesticides - a national problem," Massachusetts Wildlife; 1963 March-April
Cottam, Clarence. "A Noisy Reaction to Silent Spring", Sierra Club Bulletin; 1963 Jan (4 p.)
Cottam, Clarence. "Silent Spring: An Appraisal", [unspecified publication]; n.d. (3 p.)
Crawford, Jay, "Silent Spring may cause even more controls on agriculture," Oroville Mercury Register 1962 Nov 29
"Critic of pesticides," NY Times 1963
Crockford, Hamilton, "Critics call Silent Spring one-sided, unbalanced book," Richmond Times-Dispatch 1962 Dec 2
Cutler, Rupert, "Pesticides pros and cons," Conservation News, 1962 Sep 1, 15
"Danger from chemicals," Manchester Guardian Weekly, 1963 Feb 21
"Dangers from toxic chemicals," Parliamentary debates House of Lords Official Report 1963 March 20
Darby, William J. "A scientist looks at Silent Spring," Chemical and Engineering News. 1962 Oct 1
Darby, William J. "Silence Miss Carson," Chemical and Engineering News. 1962 Oct
Davids, Richard C. "You're accused of poisoning food," Farm Journal, 1962 Sep
Davies, Lawrence, "Coast Dairymen battle pesticides. 1962 Aug 25
Davies, Lawrence, "Review of pesticide begun in California," NY Times 1962? Aug 27
Decker, George C. "Pros and Cons of Pests, Pest Control and Pesticides", [reprinted from] World Review of Pest Control; 1962 Spring (14 p.)
"Demo platform includes pesticide control plank," Newville Valley Times-Star, 1962 Sep 20
"The desolate year," Monsanto Magazine. 1962 Oct
Dodge, John E. "Silent Spring deemed required reading," N.H. Fish and Game Newsletter 1963 Mar 19
Dolbier, Maurice, "Daily book review," NY Herald Tribune, 1962 Sep 27
Dupont PR Dept. Press Release. 1962 Nov 1
Eisley, Loren, "Using a plague to fight a plague," Saturday Review. 1962 Sep 29
"Fact and fancy: A reference checklist for evaluating information about pesticides," National Agricultural Chemicals Association. 1962 Aug
"Facts on the use of pesticides," New York State College of Agriculture. 1962 Dec
"Farm pesticide facts," American Agriculturalist. 1962 Dec.

"Feeling little pain," Business Week. 1962 May 25.

Fenton, John H., "Maine U. talks on sprays," NY Times 1962 Sep 30
Ferguson, Daniel G. Review. Copeia. 1963.
"Fight over bug, weed killers keeps raging, opens new fronts," Wall Street Journal. 1963 Jul 5
"Food additives, friend or foe?" NY State Dept of Agriculture and markets
"Food fears: uneasiness over additives hides the benefits they provide," National Observer. 1962 Oct
Fosberg, F.R. "Pesticides and Ecology," Ecology manuscript draft
Free, Ann Cottrell, "Silent Spring speaks loud," Izaak Walton Magazine. 1963 April
"From The Pen of The Editor", The News [The Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania]; 1963 Feb (3 p.)
Garden and House Pests. "How to use pesticides in the war against pests," 1963.
"Garden club told of Carson book," Ag Reporter. 1963 Feb
Grant, Gerald, "Rachel Carson, book, praised by Dr. Kelsey." 1962 Oct 6.
Gruenberg, Robert. "'Silent Spring' Author Calls Critics Unfair", Chicago's American; 1963 Jan 29 (1 p.)
Hanley, Wayne, "The way through insecticidal fog," Boston Herald, 1962 Sep 24.
Harley, Ronald, "Sees gain in Silent Spring despite bias."
Haseltine, Nate, "Kennedy urges action."
Haseltine, Nate, "Methods of slaughter: Hatchet vs. bug-bomb," 1962 Jul 22
"Health menace in pest control," Medical News, 1963 Feb. 22
"Health peril unproved, pesticide maker holds," Washington Star, 1964 Apr 11
Hecox, Walter R. "Pesticide poisoning," Man's Magazine, 1964 Sep.
Hillery, Victor J. "Despite furor, most are safe, necessary, and beneficial," Wall Street Journal. 1962 Oct 1
Hodge, Carle. "Silent Spring makes protest too hysterical," Tucson Star, 1962 Oct 14
Horne, Al. Review. Herald Tribune
"How do you fight a best seller?" Printer's Ink. 1962 Nov 30
"How Hercules guards the safety of our national chemicals," Hercules Mixer. 1962 Sep
"How silent the spring?" The Skeeter. 1962 Jul-Aug
"How to answer Rachel Carson," County Agent and Vo Ag Teacher. 1962 Nov
Hughes, Georgia. "The golden age of food," Wyandote Chief. 1962 Summer
Hull, Helen. "Silent Spring becomes an uproar," The Home Garden Magazine. 1962 Dec.
Hunter, Beatrice Trum. Review. Natural Food and Farming.
Hunter, Marjorie. "U.S. sets up pesticides panel to review their side effects," NY Times. 1962 Aug 31
Hurley, Isabelle. "Book Review Series Ends With Non-Fiction Volume", Monnessen Valley Independent; 1963 Mar 29 (1 p.)
"Industry maps defense," Chemical & Engineering News. 1962 Aug 13
"Insecticides and weed killers," The Conservationist. 1962 Dec.
"Insecticides: Hiss of Doom?", Newsweek; 1962 Aug 6 (1 p.)
"Is DDT finished as an insecticide?" Hartford Courant. 1963 Jun 17
Jennings, O.E. Review. Carnegie Magazine. 1963.
Johnson, Oscar, et. al. Insecticides. Chemical Week. 1963, May-Jun.
Jukes, Thomas H. "People and Pesticides", American Scientist; 1963 Sep (5 p.)
Jukes, Thomas H. "People and Pesticides", [reprinted from] American Scientist; 1963 Sep (4 p.)
Kaye, Ivan, "A silent spring poisons birds; will men be next?" Congressional Report - Senate. July 20
Kenyon, Richard L. "Scientists in government service."
"Killing confidence: expert berates book on insect spraying," Globe and Mail. 1963 Oct 3
Kimball, Jim. "Scientist attacks Silent Spring but blames DDT for many bird deaths," Minneapolis Tribune. 1963 Jan 20.
Kintner, Edward. "Exaggeration weakens Rachel Carson's book," Fort Wayne News-Sentinel. 1962 Oct 6.
Kirshenbaum, Gerry. "Owatonna to abandon city spraying," Minneapolis Tribune. 1963 Jun 20
Koltun, Janet. "An Interview With Rachel Carson", The Star Magazine; 1962 Oct 14 (3 p.)
Kraft, Virginia. "Happy sound of a rich year in the outdoors," Sports Illustrated. 1963 Nov 18.
L---, J. "Patroness of Birdsong: Miss Rachel Carson", Saturday Review; 1963 Jun 1 (1 p.)
Latham, Roger. "'Silent Spring' Rips Harmful Chemicals", Pittsburgh Press; 1962 Sep 30 (1 p.)
"A layman's comments," Searle Grain Co. Ltd. 1963 Mar
Lee, Carlton B., "The Not-So 'Silent Spring'", New York Herald Tribune; 1962 Sep 23 (1 p.)
18B Lee, John M. "Advertising: Insecticide and 'Silent Spring'", The New York Times; 1963 Aug 6 (1 p.)
Lee, John M. "Silent Spring is now noisy summer", The New York Times; 1962 Jul 12 (1 p.)
Lewine, Frances. "Biologist achieves writing fame," Austin American. 1962 Oct 11.
Lewine, Frances. "Rachel Carson carries on a fight with nature's enemies," Iowa City. 1962 Nov. 1
Lewine, Frances. "Rachel Carson shuns lecture hall," Baltimore Sun. 1962 Oct 3.
Lynch, R.G. and Cliff Ganschaw, "Pesticides: Man's blessing or curse?" National Wildlife. 1963 Feb-Mar
Mahoney, Virginia. "The year our birds didn't return," Chicago Sun-Times. 1962 Sep 23
"Miss Carson's Book" and "Clear Lake Episode" Richmond News Leader 1962 Sep 20
McLean, Louis A. "The necessity, value, and safety of pesticides."
"Medics Join Rachel", Quincy Herald-Whig; 1963 Mar 28 (1 p.)
Milne, Lorus and Margery, "There's poison all around us now," NY Times. 1962 Sep.
Milton, John. "Operation budworm - Maine," American Forests. 1963 Sep.
"Miss Carson hits back at critics," Madison Capital Times. 1962 Dec 7.
"More political quackery: New drug controls will impede progress, not foster safety," Barron's. 1962 Sep 24
Muller, Herman J. "In our battle against bugs, are we fighting blind?" NY Herald Tribune. 1962 Sep.
National Agricultural Chemical Association News and Pesticide Review. April 1962- April 1963.
National Agricultural Chemical Association: "Biological control is effective, but ...," "The fate of agriculture without chemicals!" "Delayed 200 years," "Pest control plays essential role in high standard of living," "... for a world of plenty," "To offset pest losses."
"Nature is for the birds," Chemical Week. 1962 Jul 28.
"Not so silent spring," NY Herald Tribune. 1962 Sep 23.
"Noted biologist links cancer to pesticides."
Organic Gardening and Farming. 1964 Jun
"On controlling pests," Washington Post 1962 Jul 13
O'Rourke, Edward, "Favors fighting rootworm without poison."
Osman, Loren H. "Pesticide Conference Embroiled Over Book", The Milwaukee Journal; 1963 Jan 10 (1 p.)
Pauley, Gay, "'Book had to be written' - Rachel Carson," Boston Globe, 1962 Sep 30
Pauley, Gay, "Controversy stirred by new book," Waterbury Republican.
Pauley, Gay, "Woman's view," Marlboro Enterprise. 1962 Sep 17
"Pesticide at Yosemite," NY Times. 1963 Aug 19
"Pesticide peril," Evening Star. 1964 Mar 31
"Pesticide questions and answers," National Agricultural Chemicals Association. 1963 Feb.
"Pesticides," Chicago Tribune(?) 1963 May 21
"Pesticides and nature's advocate," Wall Street Journal, 1962 Sep 26
"Pesticides and public policy," National Agricultural Chemicals Association. 1960, 1963
"Pesticides and the health of people, domestic animals, and poultry," Committee for Public Information, Entomological Society of America
"Pesticides and the industry are target of one-sided attack," Agricultural Chemicals. 1962 Aug
"Pesticides: Attack and Counterattack", Consumer Reports; 1963 Jan (3 p.)
"Pesticides: new warning," Washington Star. 1963 May 19
"Pests and poisons," Newsweek 1963 Jun 17.
Pickett, Carleton. "I didn't like this one," The New England Farmer.
"Probe death of 3,000 fish."
Queal, Cal. "It's high time to be scared," Denver Post. 1963 Jan 6.
"A Question of ethics," Audubon Magazine. 1962 Nov-Dec
Questions and Answers. Department of Agriculture. 1962 Aug 1.
"Rachel Carson book should be read and digested by all interested in wildlife," Hyde News. 1962 Winter
"Rachel Carson - Silent Spring letters to the editor - scientists are disturbed" and "A scientist looks at Silent Spring," Extension Service News. 1962 Dec.
"Rachel Carson upsets industry," NYTimes. 1962 Jul 22
"Rachel Carson's forthcoming book ..." Chemical and Engineering news 1962 Aug 6
"Rachel Carson's warning," NYTImes. 1962 Jul 2.
"Required reading," Bellows Falls Times. 1962 Oct 18.
Rivers, William L. "Silent Spring paints a horrifying landscape," National Observer. 1962 Oct 15.
Rodale, J.I. "The insect, censor of nature," Organic Gardening and Farming. 1963 Mar.
Rodale, Robert. "Rachel Carson's masterpiece," Organic Gardening and Farming. 1962 Sep.
Roessner, Elmer. "Rachel Carson's new book already affecting business," 1962 Oct 3.
"The role of pesticides in modern agriculture," Pfizer Scene. 1962 Nov.
Rority, James. "Varieties of poison," Commonweal. 1962 Dec 14.
Rothermel, J.F. "Rachel Carson's Silent Spring is too emotional." 1962 Oct 21.
Rudd, Robert, "The chemical countryside," Pacific Discovery. 1962 Nov-Dec.
Saxton, Harry, "Why he's against roadside spraying."
"Scientist at odds with author; says weed killers necessary," New Haven Register. 1963 Oct 27.
Scriven, R.C. "The end of species," Punch. 1963 Feb 27.
"The poisons around us," Washington Post. 1962 Sep.
Sears, Paul B. "Silent Spring" Atlantic Naturalist. 1962 Oct-Dec
"Seeds of death around us," Chicago Sunday Sun-Times. 1962 Sep 23.
Sevareid, Eric. "Fiddling with our fates."
Sevareid, Eric. "Miss Carson's book," NY Post. 1962 Sep 24.
Sevareid, Eric. "Prodding nature into revolt."
Shaw, Byron T. "In defense of pesticides," Boston Globe. 1963 Feb.
Sherrard, Edith H. "A Scientist Comments on Chemical Controls of Insects and Pests", AAUW Journal; 1963 Jan (4 p.)
"The silent spring," Federation of Homeowners. 1962 Nov.
"Silent Spring," National Pest Control Assoc. 1962 Oct.
"Silent Spring brings on noisy nationwide debate," Washington Star. 1962 Oct 13.
"Silent Spring by Rachel Carson," Game News. 1962 Dec.
"Silent Spring, review and commentary," Assoc of British Manufacturers of Agricultural Chemicals.
"'Silent Spring' Reviewed for Petal, Twig Club", Tarentum News; 1963 Jan 22 (1 p.)
Smith, Art. "Pavement's end, fishing and hunting," NY Herald Tribune. 1963 Apr 11.
Smith, Marie, "Author warns of mutations: Wants genetic test developed for pesticides," Washington Post. 1962 Nov 6.
"Sprayed farm in $50,000 suit."
Stare, Fredrick J. "Some Comments on 'Silent Spring'", Nutrition Reviews; 1963 Jan (3 p.)
Stare, Fredrick J. "Two Buckets of Water: In Defense of Pesticides", Boston Globe; 1963 Feb 4 (1 p.)
Stevenson, Tom. "Poison Claims Still an Open Issue", Washington Post; 1962 Oct 7 (1 p.)
Strohm, John and Ganschow, Cliff. "The Great Pesticide Controversy", Readers Digest; 1963 Oct (3 p.)
Sullivan, Walter. "Books of the Times," NY Times. 1962 Sep 27.
Sullivan, Walter. "Pesticides book called one-sided," NY Times. 1962 Sep 14
Sullivan, Walter. "Rachel Carson's book disputed by pesticide industry spokesmen," NY Times 1962 Sep 13.
Sweetman, Harvey L. "Bias, misinformation, half-truths," Agricultural Chemicals. 1963 Feb.
Swisshelm, Ruth H. "Rachel Carson and Silent Spring", Chatham Alumnae Recorder; 1962 Fall (3 p.)
Toth, Robert C. "Doctors cautious on pesticide role," NY Times 1963? Jul 17.
Toth, Robert C. "Pesticide peril," NY Times. 1963 Jun 5.
Toth, Robert C. "Pesticide report," NY Times 1963? Apr 7.
Troan, Joan. "Noisy autumn" (5 parts), Pittsburgh Press. 1962 Nov 12-16.
Turner, Wallace, "Pesticides kill California fish," NY Times 1963 Aug 3.
Tyson, Monk. "Chemical Executive Declares 'Silent Spring' Literary Poison", Denver Post; 1963 Feb 26 (1 p.)
Use of pesticides: A report of the President's Scientific Advisory Committee. 1963 May 15.
Van Fleet, Clark C. "Silent Spring on the Pacific Slope: A Postscript to Rachel Carson", The Atlantic Monthly; 1963 (4 p.)
"Verdict on pesticides: guilty," Business Week. May 18, 1963.
"A voice in the silence of apathy," Johns Hopkins Magazine. 1962 Oct.
Volk, Harry. "A gentle spinster has written a shocking horror story," Sun Press. 1962 Oct 11.
Weeks. "The peripatetic reviewer," Atlantic Monthly. 1962 Oct.
"Welder is killed by DDT blast," Des Moines Register.
Wells, Hugh. "Disagree on pesticides," Star.
Frits, Went. "Review," AIBS Bulletin. 1963 Feb.
Westcott, Cynthia. "Biological Controls: What they are– how they work", Manufacturing Chemists' Association, Inc.; n.d. (4 p.)
Westcott, Cynthia. "Common Sense–and Garden Chemicals", Manufacturing Chemists' Association, Inc.; n.d. (4 p.)
Westcott, Cynthia. "Garden Enemies", The National Gardener; 1963 Jul/Aug (2 p.)
Westcott, Cynthia. "Spray Chemicals: Are They Really Dangerous?", The American Home; 1963 Mar (3 p.)
Westcott, Cynthia. "From the pen of the editor," Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania. 1963 Feb.
Westcott, Cynthia. "Half-truths or whole story?"
Westcott, Cynthia. "The questions has two sides," The National Gardner. 1962 Sep-Oct.
Westman, James. "Pesticides and poetic prose."
White, Jean M. "Miss Carson honored at pesticide hearing."
White, Jean M. "Rachel Carson hints industry filters facts," Washington Post. 1962 Dec 6.
White, Jean M. "Scientist questions industry 'filter' on research," Washington Post. 1962 Dec 7.
White-Stevens, Robert. "The role of agricultural chemicals in feeding an exploding population," American Cyanamid Company.
"Who killed Cock Robin," news release of Massachusetts Audubon Society.
Wingo, Walter. "How deadly are bug sprays," Washington Daily News. 1962 Jul 13.
"Woman's Club: ''Project Alert" presented at director's meeting," Dubois Courier-Express . 1962 Oct 15.
"Worse than radioactivity?: What the president's panel found," National Observer, 1963 May 20.
Wyant, William K. "Bug and Weed killers: Blessings of blights?" Post-Dispatch. 1962 Jul 28
Yancker, Barbara. "A voice amid the silence," NY Post. 1962 Sep 30.
"Wind carried herbicide spray injurious to Great Plains trees," NY Times 1963 Sep 18.
Jackson, Basil and Clive Baxter, "Spectre of controls, lawsuits rocks huge pesticide industry," Financial Post. 1963 Apr 6.
Toth, Robert C. "US orders study of two pesticides," NY Times. 1963 May 5
"The wing of a finch," and "Bow down laymen," Richmond News Leader. 1963 Jan 8 and 22.
"President orders pesticide investigation," Organic gardening and farming. 1963.
Wing, William G. "The pesticide menace - report to President," NY Herald Tribune. 1963 May 16.
"Experts defend use of pesticides," NY Times. 1963 Sep 24.
Spival, Jonathan. "US health officials place tighter curbs on grants to scientists," Wall St. Journal. 1963 Apr 4.
Fields, Pat. "UT Professor calls new book 'one-sided'," Tennessee Journal. 1963 Feb 2.
Unnamed article from Washington Star. 1962 Dec 13.
Udall, Stewart. "The legacy of Rachel Carson," Saturday Review. 1964 May 16.
Lindgren, L.R. "Strip mine humor."
Hersey, Jean. "Woman's Day guide to good gardening," Woman's Day. 1964 Apr.
Udall, Stewart. "A message for biologists," Bioscience. 1964 Nov.
"Was Rachel Carson right?" Science Digest. 1964.
"When used as directed, insecticides not harmful," Columbus Citizen-Journal. 1963 Mar 24.
Barnes, Irston. "Silent Spring held top '62 event."
Brinkley, Parke. Pesticides and the pesticide industry," Bioscience. 1964 Nov.
"Buzz, buzz, buzz," New Republic. 1962 Aug 13.
Yuncker, Barbara. "Rachel Carson sticks to her pesticide guns," NY Post 1962 Sep 14.
"Gift in der Landschaft," Das Leben. 1964.
Udall, Stewart. "Our battle against a silent spring," True. 1965 Aug.
18C Brown, A.W.A. "The effect of the widespread use of insecticides on man and his environment." undated lecture
Buchhesiter, Carl, "Birds, pesticides, and people." Lecture, 1968 Jan.

Buchheister, Carl, "Meeting the pesticide problem." Lecture? 1962 Oct 2.

Callison, Charles H. Statement to the Senate Subcommittee on Appropriations for the Department of the Interior. 1963 March 19.
The chemical industry policy on the public use of chemicals.
Clarkson, M.R. "The safe use of agricultural chemicals."
Clement, Roland, "The pesticides controversy." Lecture, 1963 Apr 4.
Cole, Lamont C. "Pesticides: A hazard to nature's equilibrium." Lecture 1963 Apr 25.
"A commentary on Silent Spring by carious authorities."
"Comments on Rachel Carson's articles in the New Yorker." U.S. Dept of Agriculture. 1962 Aug.
"Confidence in our leadership."
Connor, Doyle [Commissioner for Agriculture, Florida]. Comments. 1962 Sep 5.
Cottam, Clarence. Lecture. 1962 Oct 5.
Cottam, Clarence. "Chemical pesticides, a national problem."
Cottam, Clarence. "Pesticides." 1962 Oct.
"A discussion of the conservation situation." 1963 Nov.
Ferguson, George R. "Progress and communication." Lecture 1962 Sep 5.
Gardner, L.R. "The silence in Silent Spring." undated statement
Halliday, H.E. "Comments."
Hart, Ernest. "Politics and progress." Lecture. 1962 Sep 5.
"Herbicides and public health." 1963 Aug.
Hitchener, Lea S. "Remarks," Lecture. 1962 Sep 5.
Hruska, Roman. "Are there poisons in foods?" Senate speech. 1962 Sep 29.
King C.G. "Letter from the nutrition foundation. 1963 Jan.
McLean, Louis A. "Interruption to progress." 1963 Jan 20.
Merrill, Leland. "Industry's partner in progress - The land-grant college." Lecture 1962 Sep 5.
Popham, W.L. "Comments." Lecture. 1962 Sep 5.
Smith, E.H. "Pesticides in perspective: An assessment of Silent Spring." Lecture. 1963 Feb 13.
Spock, Marjorie. "Rachel Carson's Silent Spring."
Westcott, Cynthia. "Comments on Silent Spring."
White-Stevens, R.H. "Comments." Lecture 1962 Sep 7.
Blades, Charles. "Review." 1963 Feb.
Brinkley, Parke. TLS (copy) to Rodney Leonard. 1962 Aug 29.
Carleton, R. Milton. TLS (copy) to Ann Ford. 1963 Mar 8.
Carleton, R. Milton. TLS (copy) to "Ernie." 1963 Mar 21.
Chapman, P.J. Letters on pesticides/Silent Spring. 1962.
Clement, Roland. Response to reader letter, Audubon Magazine. 1963 Jan.
Clement, Roland. TLS (copy) to editors of the American Scientist. 1963 Dec 3.
Clement, Roland. Memorandum to Rachel Carson, et al. 1963 Nov 1.
Correspondence of the Agricultural Research Service. 1962-1963
Cruikshank, Mrs. Allan. Letter to the editor of Saturday Evening Post. 1963 Oct 5.
Davis, Burnet M. "Mothproofing danger," Washington Post. 1963 Jun 26.
New Yorker. Excerpts of letters to the editor re: Silent Spring.
Letters to the editor from women. Grove City Reporter-Herald. 1963 Jun 25.
Foland, John Philip. Letter to the NY Times. 1962 Jul 2.
Hadley, Mrs. W.F. Circular letter re: Silent Spring. 1963 Feb 19.
Hamilton, Hamish. TL (copy) to Joan Daves. 1962 Nov 28.
Jukes, Thomas. TLS (copy) to Agricultural Research Service with accompanying documentation. 1963 May 14.
King, C. Glen. TL (copy) to David Hammond. 1963 Jan 16.
Editorial re Silent Spring. Nation.
Letters to Chemical & Engineering News. 1962 Jul 16.
Huxley, Julian. Letter to the NY Times re Silent Spring. 1964 Apr 15.
Schulz, Mrs. Paul. Letter to the Des Moines Register.
Letters to Time. 1962 Oct 12.
Letters to the Washington Star re Silent Spring.
Lindsey, A.A. TL (copy) to The Nutrition Foundation. 1963 Jan 10.
Long, Raymond. Letter to Audubon Magazine. 1962 Jan-Dec
Martinson, John. Excerpt of letter to New Yorker. 1962 Jul 7.
National Audubon Society. Memo re: Ribicoff. 1963 Oct 17.
Nettleton, Mrs. Charles. TLS (copy) to Anne Ford. 1962 May 28.
Rixey, Lilian. TLS (copy) with enclosures to Anne Ford. 1963 Feb 11.
Scharrer, Ernst. TLS (copy) to C.G. King. 1963 Jan 29.
Scott, Ruth. Letter to the Pittsburgh Press. 1962 Oct 24.
Geiling, E.M.K Letter to Chemical & Engineering News. 1962 Sep 24.
Letters to the Washington Post.
Taylor, Albert. Letter to Chemical & Engineering News. 1962 Sep 24.
Wanger, Murray. Letter to the Washington Post. 1962 Jul 14.
Editorial cartoon. Des Moines Register.
Bimrose, Art. Editorial cartoons.
Herblock. Ain't it a beaut.1963.
Brooks, Gordon C. Editorial cartoon. Yankee. 1963 May.
Carsonoma Chorale.
Conway. Editorial cartoon. 1963.
Dunn, Alan. Cartoon. New Yorker. 1962.
Feiffer, Jules. Cartoon. Boston Globe. 1963 Aug 18.
Frosty. Cartoon. Saturday Review. 1962 Nov 10.
Goldberg. Cartoon. Courier-Journal.
Haynie, Hugh. Cartoon. Courier-Journal. 1963 Apr 24.
Interlander. Cartoon. NY Times Book Review. 1962 Oct 21.
Taylor, Albert. Letter to Chemical & Engineering News. 1962 Sep 24.
Cartoon. Progressive Farmer. 1962 Dec.
Lichty. Cartoon. Chicago Sun-Times. 1963 Jul 5.
Mauldin, Bill. Carton. 1962.
McCauley, W.E. On Silent Spring. 1962 Sep 13.
Parker. Cartoon.
Cartoon. Indianapolis Star.
Sabo. Cartoon. Medical Tribune and Medical News. 1963 Aug 5.
Schultz, Charles. Peanuts.
Cartoon. Punch. 1964 Feb 12.
Stevenson. Cartoon. Newsweek. 63 Jun 17.
Sullivan, Frank. "Greetings, Friends!" New Yorker. 1962 Dec 22.
Cartoon. New York Herald Tribune. 1963 May 10.
Pesticide articles. 1962-1963.
Ann Ford, Shirley Briggs letters
Fiske, Robert. Correspondence with Roland Clement, Carl Buchheister, John Ford on chemicals and conservation. 1962
Lindsay, John. Remarks to House on Silent Spring. Congressional Record. 1962 Jul 2.
Peters, Harold S. Letter to Pres. Kennedy re: pesticide brochure.1963 Nov 2.