Box 2, Folder 3 details

  1. Mary W Dewson, Director, Women’s Division, Democratic National Campaign Committee to Hon Frances Perkins; Apr 28, 1933; 2 pp.
  2. Peter F Snyder, Assistant to the Secretary, Department of Labor; Memorandum for the Secretary; Mar 9, 1933; 1p – attached Amendments to Immigration Laws Enacted Since Compilation, Jan 1, 1930 to July 11, 1932; 19 pp.
  3. Frank M. Parrish, Acting Head of the Criminal Division, Department of Justice to the Secretary of Labor; Mar 24, 1933; 1p- attached, Walter M Nelson, Chairman of the Detroit Branch of the American Civil Liberties Union to Hon Franklin D Roosevelt, June 3, 1933, 3 pp.
  4. D.W. MacCormack; Memorandum for the Secretary; June 3, 1933; 3 pp.
  5. Albert E Reitzell, Assistant Solicitor, Department of Labor; Memorandum; April 28, 1933; 8pp- Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Secretary for the Secretary of State to the Secretary of Labor; April 22, 1933; 3 pp- Wilbur J Carr to the Secretary of Labor; Apr 22,, 1933 5 pp- Secretary to the Secretary of State, May 26, 1933; 1p.
  6. Summary of Registration Regulations in Effect in Following Countries obtained from Consular Reports; 55775/362-C; June 13, 1933, 9pp.
  7. RE: Executive order creating the Immigration Service of the Department of Labor
    • FDR; Memorandum for the Secretary of Labor, Attorney General, Director of the Budget, June 18, 1934; 1p.
    • Attorney General to the Secretary of State, June 15, 1934; 1p.
    • Attorney General to the President; June 15, 1934; 4pp.
    • FW Lowery to the Attorney General, June 15, 1934; 1p- Enclosures: Letter Secretary of Labor to Hon Lewis W Douglas; June 15, 1934; 1p- Executive Order; 2pp; 3 copies- Memorandum for the President, June 8, 1934, from Lewis W Douglas, Director of the Budget; 2 pp- Francis Perkins to the President, may 25, 1934; 3pp.
    • Frances Perkins to Hon. LW Douglas, Director of the Budget, June 14, 1934; 3pp
    • The White House to the Congress, June 16, 1934; 1p; 5 copies.
  8. Harry E Hull, Commissioner General, Bureau of Immigration; Analysis fo Statistics of Immigration for Jan 1933 1p; 7 copies.
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    • “Mr. White’s memo;” Mar 1933 (?), 1p.
    • RCW, Memorandum in re: Nansen Certificates, no date; 1p.
    • Wilbur J Carr, for the Secretary of State to American Diplomatic and Consular Officers: Travel Documents Required of Aliens Entering the United States in a Temporary Status, Dec 22, 1931, no 150.06/406; Diplomatic Serial no 2111; 3pp.
    • JP Cotton, Acting Secretary of State to American Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Sept 15, 1930; no 150.062; Diplomatic Serial no 992; 5 pp- Enclosure (1) Report of Acting Secretary of State; Sept 8, 1930; 2pp (2) Quota Immigration Visa Statistics; 1p (3) List of Trades and Vocations; 2pp
    • Wilbur J Carr to American Diplomatic and Consular Officers; Reconsideration by Consular Officers of Cases Involving Alien Relatives of American Citizens and of Legally Admitted Aliens; Nov 30, 1931; no 150.062; Diplomatic Serial 2095; 2pp
    • Wilbur J Carr to American Diplomatic and Consular Officers; Examination of Alien Relatives; Apr 12, 1932; no 150.062 Public Charge/399; Diplomatic Serial no 2155; 4pp
  10. D.W. MacCormack; Memorandum for the Secretary: Immigration and Naturalization Legislation; Mar 7, 1934; 3 pp.
  11. D.W. MacCormack to the President; May 22, 1934; 1 p; attached an Act to Amend the Law Relative to Citizenship and Naturalization and for other purposes; 4 pp; 2 copies- Secretary to the President; May 18, 1934; 4 pp;- D.W. MacCormack; Summary of the Bill; May 15, 1934; 1 p- MacCormack; Memorandum on the Bill; May 15, 1934; 6 pp.
  12. Secretary to Honorable Joseph T Robinson, United States Senate; June 6, 1934; 1 p; attached: Memorandum on each of the following bills: HR 9725, 9760, 8312, 9366; 8 pp- Turner Battle; Memorandum for the Secretary of Labor; June 5, 1934; 1p.
  13. Turner W. Battle, Executive Assistant to the Secretary to Mr. Bill Moye, Clerk, Committee on Rules; June 8, 1934; 1 p; enclosed are HR 8312, 9725, 9760, 9366, 9367
  14. To Honorable Lewis W. Douglas; June 14, 1934; 3 pp.
  15. Memorandum of Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization to the Committee on Immigration of the Senate and the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization of the House of Representatives Relative to Certain Proposed Changes in the Immigration Law; April 24, 1934; 3 pp- Amended copy following hearings May 8-10, 1934; 29 pp.Memorandum; the Commissioner to the Secretary; Nov 13, 1934; 3 pp.
  16. Deportation of Certain Aliens: Letter from the Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service to the Chairman of the Committee on Immigration Transmitting a Memorandum on HR 8163 and S 2969; Senate Committee Print; 1935; 15 pp.
  17. “Mr. Haltzof, Attorney General’s Office says:”, from ?; Jan 22, 1935; 1p
  18. D.W. MacCormack to All Districts, Immigration and Naturalization Services; Apr 2, 1935; 7pp.
  19. Memorandum to Miss Jay from the Commissioner; Apr 10, 1935; 1p- Memorandum to Colonel MacCormack from the Secretary; Apr 11, 1935; 1p- Memorandum to Miss Jay from the Commissioner; Apr 30, 1935; 1p.
  20. HR 8163; May 22, 1935; 11 pp.
  21. D.W. MacCormack to Honorable D.J. Driscoll; May 31, 1935; 1p.
  22. Memorandum to the Secretary; June 11, 1935; 1p.
  23. Committee Print: Questions and Answers Regarding Kerr Bill: Communication to Committee on Immigration and Naturalization; June 21, 1935; 8 pp.
  24. D.W. MacCormack to Congressmen and Senators; June 24, 1935; 1p- attached MR to ?; 1p.
  25. Radio Broadcast of Colonel D.W. MacCormack: “What is our alien problem today?”, Aug 2, 1935; 2 pp.