Father Charles E. Coughlin
Sixty-one page memorandum on street disturbances in New York City in response to Social Justice Weekly, Father Coughlin, and the Christian Front.
Memorandum on AJC actions taken to counter Father Coughlin's revival of the Protocols.
(Aug. 22, 1938
Concluding remarks of Coughlin's speech of November 27, in which he asserted that an American Secret Service document proved the link between Jewish bankers and the Russian Revolution.
(Nov. 27, 1938
"Part Played by Jewish Bankers in Russian Revolution," Six page memorandum about Coughlin's allegations that Jewish bankers conspired to establish Communism in Russia.
J. Edgar Hoover, FBI director, to AJC Secretary Morris Waldman regarding Coughlin's references to the American Secret Service.
(Dec. 23, 1938
AJC Secretary Morris Waldman to Herbert Gaston, Assistant to the Secretary, U.S. Treasury Department, regarding Coughlin's references to the American Secret Service.
(Dec. 27, 1938
"Father Coughlin: His Facts and Arguments", a 54-page book published by the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith, and the Jewish Labor Committee. Also included is a memorandum on the book's distribution.
Memorandum on Coughlin activity in labor groups.
(March 10, 1939
AJC President Cyrus Adler answers an inquiry about appealing to the Pope for assistance.
(May 22, 1939
Memorandum on Father Coughlin's support in New England.
(July 7, 1939
Talk on Father Coughlin by Elliott Roosevelt on his Emerson Radio Series.
(July 15, 1939
Letter to New York Governor Alfred E. Smith regarding Coughlin's relationship to the Christian Front.
(Aug. 6, 1939
Coughlin vs. the Detroit Free Press, a memorandum.
(Oct. 16, 1939
David Rosenblum to Richard Rothschild, AJC Survey Committee, regarding Father Coughlin's support in New England.
(Nov. 3, 1939
Letter to Neville Miller, President, National Association of Broadcasters, regarding the recently adopted broadcasting code.
(Nov. 13, 1939