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Fri Mar 21 17:12:24 2014 UTClccn-n500284710.10Rendezvous with destiny how Franklin D. Roosevelt and five extraordinary men took America into the war and into the world /0.370.98Installation of comprehensive personnel service records /50021226Harry_Hopkinsn 5002847163848Hopkins, Harry 1890-1946Hopkins, Harry L.Hopkins, Harry LloydHopkins, Harry Lloyd, 1890-1946Lloyd Hopkins, Harry 1890-1946lccn-n79022932Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano)1882-1945lccn-n80017631Sherwood, Robert E.(Robert Emmet)1896-1955lccn-n80002425Wallace, Henry A.(Henry Agard)1888-1965lccn-n50012858Perkins, Frances1880-1965lccn-n79069778Moley, Raymond1886-1975lccn-n85334262Douglas, Lewis W.(Lewis Williams)1894-1974lccn-n99832118Cohen, Adam(Adam Seth)lccn-n50057502Harriman, W. Averell(William Averell)1891-1986lccn-n50035369Adams, Henry Hitch1917-lccn-n81090440McJimsey, George T.Hopkins, Harry L.(Harry Lloyd)1890-1946Records and correspondenceHistoryBiographyUnited StatesHopkins, Harry L.--(Harry Lloyd),World War (1939-1945)Political scienceRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),FriendshipInternational relationsNew Deal (1933-1939)StatesmenEconomic policySocial historyHarriman, W. Averell--(William Averell),Public service employmentPublic welfareSocial policyWillkie, Wendell L.--(Wendell Lewis),Donovan, William J.--(William Joseph),Welles, Sumner,DepressionsGreat BritainUnemployedChurchill, Winston,Social reformersPerkins, Frances,Moley, Raymond,Wallace, Henry A.--(Henry Agard),Douglas, Lewis W.--(Lewis Williams),Social workersSocial serviceSoviet UnionGross, EthelStatesmen's spousesUnited States.--Federal Emergency Relief AdministrationImmigrants--Services forDisabled veterans--Medical careAddams, Jane,Dumois, Ana OAfrican Americans--Social conditionsFrazier, Edward Franklin,Richmond, Mary Ellen,Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)Commercial policyUnemploymentLabor movementCivilizationStalin, Joseph,Economic securityNew York (State).--Temporary Emergency Relief AdministrationPublic welfare administrationNew York (State)189019461896193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019521953195519571958196019631965196719701971197219731974197519761977197919801983198619871988198919921994199619971998199920012002200320042008200920102011201313738219349973.917E8075664ocn039859759book19360.63Hopkins, Harry LSpending to save : the complete story of relief1641ocn001964142book19380.79United StatesInventory : an appraisal of the results of the Works Progress Administration1273ocn050270472book20020.93Gross, EthelJewish first wife, divorced : the correspondence of Ethel Gross and Harry HopkinsRecords and correspondence+-+2750564825803ocn005208333file19370.92Hopkins, Harry LThe realities of unemployment775ocn015106328book19380.92Hopkins, Harry LWhat is the "American way"?442ocn012355446book19350.96United StatesToward economic security : a review of President Roosevelt's economic security program241ocn492713863book19500.47Sherwood, Robert ELe mémorial de Roosevelt. d'après les papiers de Harry Hopkins191ocn005386602book19320.94New York (State)Report of the New York State Temporary Emergency Relief Administration : October 15, 1932155ocn499789288book19480.53Sherwood, Robert EWhite House papers of Harry L. Hopkins; an intimate history151ocn042670405book19360.96Amendment to construction regulations contained in PWA form no. 203111ocn016730460book19330.96New York (State)Reduction of food costs91ocn037486098book19370.98Hopkins, Harry LInstallation of comprehensive personnel service records62ocn852067584book19450.31Sherwood, Robert EThe White House papers of Harry L. HopkinsBiography43ocn504112927book19480.33Sherwood, Robert ERoosevelt and Hopkins : an intimate history"Roosevelt and Hopkins is the classic account of FDR's foreign policy during World War II and how Harry Hopkins, his friend and closest confidant, became the President's "point man" with Stalin, Churchill and other allied leaders. It is also the inside history of America's inevitable wartime rise as a great power, written in a clear and readable style by White House speechwriter and playwright Robert Sherwood."--BOOK JACKET41ocn491044973book19460.37Roosevelt, Franklin DNothing to fear : the selected addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1932-194533ocn838498754book19420.35Sherwood, Robert EThe White House papers of Harry L. HopkinsHistory31ocn036856214book19460.96Walker, James JohnImpartial chairman, coat and suit industry : James J. Walker, Jan. 1, 1942-Sept. 5, 1945 ; Harry L. Hopkins, Sept. 6, 1945-Jan. 29, 194631ocn003551266book19380.96Hopkins, Harry LPrincipal speeches of Harry L. Hopkins, Works progress administrator31ocn010159185book19830.96Hopkins, Harry LPersonal letters in the papers of Harry L. Hopkins 1930-194631ocn250805562book19500.47Sherwood, Robert EmmetRoosevelt und Hopkins ; (Hermann Stresau besorgte d. Übers. u. Bearb.) Mit 35 Abb323028ocn000908375book18960.33Sherwood, Robert ERoosevelt and Hopkins : an intimate history"Roosevelt and Hopkins is the classic account of FDR's foreign policy during World War II and how Harry Hopkins, his friend and closest confidant, became the President's "point man" with Stalin, Churchill and other allied leaders. It is also the inside history of America's inevitable wartime rise as a great power, written in a clear and readable style by White House speechwriter and playwright Robert Sherwood."--BOOK JACKET+-+495681474619807ocn233549213book20090.21Cohen, AdamNothing to fear : FDR's inner circle and the hundred days that created modern AmericaBrings to life a fulcrum moment in American history--the tense, feverish first one hundred days of FDR's presidency, when he and his inner circle completely reinvented the role of the federal government in response to the Crash of 1929 and its consequences+-+K14657940610222ocn002542992book19770.32Adams, Henry HitchHarry Hopkins : a biographyBiography9824ocn014188099book19870.35McJimsey, George THarry Hopkins : ally of the poor and defender of DemocracyBiography+-+52372892153249264ocn822028646book20130.21Fullilove, MichaelRendezvous with destiny : how Franklin D. Roosevelt and five extraordinary men took America into the war and into the worldFullilove demonstrates that America's global primacy in the second half of the twentieth century was enabled by the earlier work of Roosevelt and his five extraordinary representatives from 1939-1941. Together these men and their president took the United States into the war and, by defeating domestic isolationists and foreign enemies, into the world8629ocn000262078book19600.53Charles, Searle FMinister of relief; Harry Hopkins and the depressionHistory+-+02592628353247846ocn785786644book20130.24Roll, David LThe Hopkins touch : Harry Hopkins and the forging of the alliance to defeat HitlerBiography"Franklin Roosevelt's friend and advisor Harry Hopkins, an Iowan social worker who became the president's political "point man" during World War II, was one of the most improbable and important political operators of the twentieth century. Having gained Roosevelt's trust assisting on campaigns and leading relief and jobs programs - including the WPA - during the 1930s, Hopkins helped the president confront the growing threat, and later the reality, of war. From the beginning, Hopkins grasped that the key to victory was the creation and maintenance of an Allied coalition of military power sustained by economic cooperation. He acted as the self-described "catalytic agent" between the Allied leaders, meeting frequently with Churchill and Stalin both before and long after Pearl Harbor and coordinating the $50 billion Lend-Lease program. David Roll's portrait of Hopkins discusses his early life and career, but emphasizes his role alongside FDR (and later Truman) in World War II, making use of previously private diaries and letters."--pub. desc5254ocn039654669book19990.39Hopkins, JuneHarry Hopkins : sudden hero, brash reformerHistoryBiographyIn Harry Hopkins: Sudden Hero, Brash Reformer, his granddaughter, June Hopkins, not only broadens our understanding of the political and cultural currents that led to that signal legislation, but also sheds considerable light on the present welfare debate and the life and career of one of the most influential Americans of the twentieth century+-+71576776855065ocn262886292book20090.23Parrish, ThomasTo keep the British Isles afloat : FDR's men in Churchill's London, 1941+-+18420861553922ocn001104423book19740.63Kurzman, Paul AHarry Hopkins and the New Deal2679ocn264009377rcrd20090.14Cohen, AdamNothing to fear FDR's inner circle and the hundred days that created modern AmericaAdam Cohen, an assistant page editor at The New York Times, chronicles the first 100 days of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidency, discussing the five members of his inner circle and the dramatic governmental changes that occurred+-+16956655962404ocn000249279book19490.53Sherwood, Robert EWhite House papers of Harry L. Hopkins; an intimate history1785ocn009759670book19800.81Tuttle, Dwight WilliamHarry L. Hopkins and Anglo-American-Soviet relations, 1941-19451132ocn056340809visu20010.59Legacies of social change 100 years of professional social work in the U.S.HistoryBiographyA two-part documentary surveying the birth and growth of social work in the United States. Many of social work's early and recent leaders are featured including Jane Addams, Mary Richmond, E. Franklin Frazier, Harry Hopkins, Frances Perkins, Jane Hoey, Whitney Young, Ana Dumois and Del Anderson. Together the stories tell of the values and forces that gave rise to the profession in public and private sectors and individually recount the struggles and achievements of each leader to carry out social work's mission1091ocn780749387visu19920.63Harry Hopkins at FDR's sideDuring the turbulent times of the Great Depression and World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt presided over great changes in America and the world - changes that would have been impossible without the efforts of one extraordinary man - FDR s friend and advisor, Harry Hopkins. The son of a harness maker from Iowa, and, for 20 years, a social worker in New York, Hopkins was invited by Roosevelt to head the Works Progress Administration (WPA) during the Great Depression. Within four weeks, he had put four million people to work. He went on to help Roosevelt establish numerous federal programs that live on today. Despite failing health, he made his greatest impact during World War II. He was Roosevelt s personal envoy to Winston Churchill, executing the Lend-Lease program and helping the country mobilize for war. His unique relationship to Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin contributed to forging agreements at Teheran and Yalta. This award-winning film shows how one man's unshakable belief in America and in public service was so vital to his country. It is also a tale of grand adventure, of dangerous wartime missions executed at great risk623ocn035768849book19960.47Wills, Matthew BWartime missions of Harry L. HopkinsBiography+-+9167893696324424ocn854564358rcrd20130.10Fullilove, MichaelRendezvous with destiny how Franklin D. Roosevelt and five extraordinary men took America into the war and into the worldFullilove demonstrates that America's global primacy in the second half of the twentieth century was enabled by the earlier work of Roosevelt and his five extraordinary representatives from 1939-1941. Together these men and their president took the United States into the war and, by defeating domestic isolationists and foreign enemies, into the world361ocn007015526book19390.96United StatesNomination of Harry L. Hopkins to be secretary of commerce. Hearings before the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session, on the nomination of Harry L. Hopkins to be secretary of commerce. January 11, 12 and 13, l939332ocn026000925visu19890.76Harry Hopkins at FDR's sideBiographyShows how one man's unshakeable belief in America and in public service was so vital to his country. It is also a tale of grand adventure, of secret and dangerous wartime missions executed at great risk to life and health91ocn031766555visu19940.28Harry Hopkins at FDR's sideBiographyA comprehensive documentary on Harry Hopkins, friend and key adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Using rare film and interviews, it examines the forces that propelled Hopkins to center stage and explains his belief in America and public service+-+2750564825+-+2750564825Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch27592