For European Recovery:
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marshall Plan

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  • “Marshall Sees Europe in Need of Vast New U.S. Aid; Urges Self-Help in Reconstruction.” Washington Post, June 6, 1947, pp. 1, 3. Copyprint from Serial and Government Publications Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the Washington Post. All rights reserved (1) Microfilm reel 750
  • Edwin Marcus. “While The Shadow Lengthens,” New York Times, March 14, 1948. Ink on paper.Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the Marcus family. All rights reserved (2) Negative number LCUSZ62-86602
  • “The President Signs the Economic Assistance Act,” 1948. Copyprint from The Marshall Plan at the Mid-Mark. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (3) Oversize 954
  • “The Men Responsible.” Copyprint from The Marshall Plan at the Mid-Mark, 1950. Copyprint from The Marshall Plan at the Mid-Mark. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (4) Oversize 954
  • Map from The Marshall Plan at the Mid-Mark, 1950. Copyprint from The Marshall Plan at the Mid-Mark. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (5) Oversize 954
  • “This Generation's Chance for Peace.” Washington Post, November 23, 1947, Section VII, p. 1. Copyprint from Serial and Government Publications Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the Washington Post. All rights reserved (6) Microfilm reel 785
  • “The American Bludgeon in the Solution of Market Problems.” Izvestiya, November 3, 1949. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (7) Box 273, Miscellaneous Printed Matter, 1948-50, file
  • Edwin Marcus. “Can He Block It?” ca. 1947. Ink on paper. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the Marcus family. All rights reserved (8) Negative number LCUSZ62-53093
  • Clarence Batchelor. “Endle$$ Proce$$ion,” ca. 1953. Ink and pencil on paper. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (9) The Library of Congress does not have permission to display a larger image of this object off-site. CD Batchelor, no. 14, D size
  • Jo Spier. The Marshall Plan and You. The Hague, the Netherlands: Ministry of Economic Affairs, 1949, p.5. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the government of the Netherlands. All rights reserved. (10) Box 273, Miscellaneous Printed Matter, 1948-50, file
  • “How to Do Business under the Marshall Plan.” Reprinted from Kiplinger Magazine, Washington, D.C., May 1948, cover. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Used by permission of Kiplinger Magazine. All rights reserved (11) Box 238, European Aid, Marshall Plan file
  • “Marshall Plan Dons Uniform,” 1955. Copyprint. New York World Telegram and Sun Collection. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (12) Subj/Geog,Economic Cooperation Administration—General
  • The Marshall Plan and the Future of U.S.—European Relations. New York: German Information Center, 1973, pp. 46–47. General Collections, Library of Congress. Used by permission of the German Information Center. All rights reserved (13) HC240.M272
  • “Thanking America,” June 5, 1972, pp. 1–2. Typescript. Averell Harriman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (14) Box 635, Marshall Plan file
  • Fred uden frygt: Sikkerhed Gennem Samarbejde. Denmark: I. Chr. Sorensen & Co, ca. 1951. Poster. Gary Yanker Collection. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (15) POS-3—Denmark, no. 56