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Mary van Kleeck Papers, 1883-1972
126 boxes, 56 volumes (66.75 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 165

Abstract:
Social reformer, Lecturer, Social researcher, Writer, Social worker. Papers include correspondence, biographical material, clippings, speeches, writings, research notes, subject and organization files, primarily from van Kleeck's professional life. There is a significant amount of material relating to Smith College, her work in social and charitable agencies such as ACLU, National Woman's Party, Bryn Mawr Summer School for Student Workers, Hospites (a refugee rescue organization), the Women's International Democratic Federation, the Women's Trade Union League, and the National Research Council. Also the Russell Sage Foundation's Department of Industrial Studies where she conducted investigations of the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company, United Mine Workers, and the coal industry, and her work with Mary Anderson at the Women's Bureau and Mary Fledderus at the International Industrial Relations Institute, 1925-47.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection. The ownership of Mary van Kleeck's copyright is unknown. Copyright to writings of persons other than Mary van Kleeck is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Mary Abby Van Kleeck was born on June 26, 1883 in Glenham, New York, to Eliza Mayer and Episcopalian minister Robert Boyd Van Kleeck. (Mary van Kleeck changed the capitalization of her last name in the 1920s.) Following her father's death in 1892, her family moved to Flushing, New York, where van Kleeck attended Flushing High School. She entered Smith College in the fall of 1900, became involved in the Smith College Association for Christian Work, and began a lifelong affiliation with the YWCA. Van Kleeck earned an A.B. from Smith College in 1904.

In the fall of 1905 van Kleeck began working as a fellow for the College Settlement Association on Rivington Street on New York's Lower East Side. She worked with several women reformers, attended sociology classes at Columbia, and researched factory women and child labor. Her work with the College Settlement Association, and later as the industrial secretary of the Alliance Employment Bureau, caught the attention of the Russell Sage Foundation. The Foundation began supporting her research, and in 1910, hired her as the head of its Committee on Women's Work. Van Kleeck's pioneering research into the fields of artificial flower-making, millinery, and bookbinding, helped pass legislation limiting night work for female workers and led to an extension of van Kleeck's role at the Russell Sage Foundation. Beginning in 1914, she taught at the New York School of Philanthropy and in the 1920s, at Smith College's School for Social Work. In 1916, the Foundation's Committee of Women's Work expanded to create the Division of Industrial Studies, later renamed Department of Industrial Studies (DIS). Mary van Kleeck was asked to serve as director of the new division, a title she would hold for over forty years, except for a brief period of time during World War I.

Mary van Kleeck on a city street, circa 1937

Mary van Kleeck on a city street, circa 1937

As one of the most influential figures in women's employment, van Kleeck joined the Army's Ordinances Department in early 1918, creating standards for the employment of women in war industries. She served on the War Labor Policies Board, and with strong backing from the Women's Trade Union League, she was named the director of the U.S. Department of Labor's Women in Industry Service, the precursor of the U.S. Women's Bureau. Van Kleeck held the position only briefly, before handing it over to the assistant director, Mary Anderson, and returning to the Russell Sage Foundation in New York to care for her dying mother. Although van Kleeck was slated to be the first director of the Women's Bureau, Mary Anderson took over van Kleeck's position before the official creation date of the Women's Bureau, and therefore Anderson became its first director.

After her mother's death, van Kleeck returned to her studies of labor, employment, and industry at the national, state, and local levels. In 1921 Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover appointed van Kleeck to President Harding's Conference on Unemployment. Following the conference, van Kleeck continued to investigate the causes of unemployment and the means to prevent it as a member of the Standing Committee of the Conference and Sub-Committee on the Business Cycle. In 1922 van Kleeck introduced a uniform method for calculating periodic statistics for employment at the Labor Law Administration Conference held in Milford, Pennsylvania. At the Department of Industrial Studies at the Russell Sage Foundation, Mary van Kleeck expanded her studies of workers' rights and the role of employee representation in the workplace. After a careful examination of John D. Rockefeller's method of employee representation in the Colorado coal mines, reported in Employees' Representation in Coal Mines, a Study of the Industrial Representation Plan of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in 1924, van Kleeck concluded that this method of employee-employer relations only partially protected workers. While working and living conditions had improved in the Rockefeller plan, employees still lacked the power to influence many workplace decisions. Van Kleeck believed that when workers participated more actively in the management of the organization, efficiency increased and labor was more productive. In addition to her own research at the Russell Sage Foundation, van Kleeck supervised several significant studies, including those of the Dutchess Bleachery, the Filene Store, the Rock Island Arsenal, and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company.

Mary van Kleeck continued to fight for the rights of women workers during the 1920s, speaking on the role of women wage earners at both the 1923 and 1926 American Women's Conference on Industrial Problems, sponsored by the Department of Labor's Women's Bureau. The 1926 Conference erupted in controversy when representatives from the National Women's Party protested their exclusion from the conference program. As an advocate of workers' rights, van Kleeck disagreed with champions of women's rights who supported the proposed Equal Rights Amendment, fearing that it would interfere with the special protections she had helped enact for female workers. Van Kleeck and New York Women's Trade Union League member Mabel Leslie sparred with the equal rights legislation supporters in a special session held at the 1926 Conference.

Van Kleeck spent much of her time traveling across the country and even the world, researching, lecturing, and addressing a wide variety of audiences. She served on the Board of Trustees at her alma mater from 1922 to 1930, and worked for Al Smith's campaign for president in 1928. In 1929 van Kleeck accepted an appointment to Hoover's Law Enforcement and Observance Commission to investigate the relationship between unemployment and inadequate housing and crime in urban areas. She also promoted social and economic planning, serving from 1928 to 1948 as associate director of the International Industrial Relations Institute (known as IRI), an organization dedicated to the investigation of industrial relations as well as a place for industry to exchange ideas and improve working conditions for workers. In addition to examining economic policies in the United States, van Kleeck also traveled to Europe and the Soviet Union, spending six weeks exploring labor conditions in the U.S.S.R. in 1932. She supported the Soviets' economic policies of collective ownership and industrial planning and spent much of the next two decades praising Soviet society. In spite of conflicts between the two nations following World War II, van Kleeck remained an advocate of Soviet socialism and encouraged Russian-American co-existence.

Mary van Kleeck fought hard for social insurance legislation during the 1930s. In 1931 she and fellow members of the Taylor Society's Industrial Code Committee advocated a minimum living wage, a shorter work day and week, and unemployment insurance for industry in the United States. Van Kleeck blamed the economic depression on the lack of coordination between supply and demand as well as inadequate care for laborers. She supported the Wagner Employment Bill, which created the United States Employment Service, and worked on a New York state unemployment survey that helped connect the unemployed with businesses needing employees. While van Kleeck worked hard with government officials to bring about legislative remedies to economic problems, she did not hesitate to criticize government policies when she disagreed with them. She resigned from the Labor Department's Federal Advisory Committee of the United States Employment Service in August 1933 after one day, citing her objections to New Deal policies that she believed interfered with workers' right to strike.

In addition to working through government to promote social change, Mary van Kleeck served on the committees and boards of secular and religious humanitarian organizations such as the Church League for Industrial Democracy; the Episcopal League for Social Action; and Hospites, a refugee relocation organization that provided employment and financial assistance for social workers fleeing Nazi Germany in the 1930s. A lifelong Episcopalian, van Kleeck hoped that introducing Christian values into the workplace would solve much of industry's problems. Mary van Kleeck believed that she had a Christian duty to promote social change and that churches and church-based organizations should play a role in remediating struggles of the worker.

Mary van Kleeck remained dedicated to the rights of workers in the mid-to-late 1930s. Concern for workers' liberties led Mary van Kleeck to leadership roles in the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), where she served on the Board of Directors and several committees from 1935 until 1940 when a conflict with the board over membership requirements prompted her to resign. A big supporter of trade unions, strikes and labor parties, she participated in a variety of ACLU activities, including opposing oaths of allegiance by schoolteachers in the mid 1930s. In 1934 van Kleeck continued her pursue her interest in the status of mine workers, publishing Miners and Management: A Study of the Collective Agreement between the United Mine Workers of America and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company. Van Kleeck registered with the American Labor Party in 1936, impressed by its commitment to the protection of civil liberties and advocacy of social and economic planning. That same year, van Kleeck published Creative America: Its Resources for Social Security, a treatise emphasizing the need for socio-economic planning in the U.S. In 1939 she fought the deportation of Frank Borisch, secretary of the National Miners' Union who was convicted of belonging to an organization that advocated the overthrow of the government.

Mary van Kleeck opposed the United States' entry into World War II, believing that the conflict was an imperialist endeavor. Once it became clear that the United States would participate, however, van Kleeck urged women's participation at all levels of government administration. She also advocated an expansion of the social security program. She believed that post-war peace plans must include a worldwide defense of human rights. Mary van Kleeck spent the rest of the decade encouraging community organization, nuclear disarmament, and the peacetime use of atomic energy. In 1944 she co-authored with Mary F. Fleddérus, Technology and Livelihood, a report of the effect of technological innovations on employment and standards of living from World War I to the early 1940s. In this report, van Kleeck maintained that innovation did not always improve one's livelihood; in fact, increased efficiency often increased unemployment or underemployment. Therefore, she supported unions and welfare funds as a necessity to gain and maintain decent standards of living for workers.

In 1948, after her retirement, she supported Henry A. Wallace's campaign for president and unsuccessfully ran for the New York State Senate as the American Labor Party candidate. Because of her interactions with various organizations that had been declared subversive by the Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., she was subpoenaed by Joseph McCarthy's Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations in 1953 and was denied a visa several times in the 1950s. Mary van Kleeck spent the last few decades of her life out of the public sphere with her close friend and colleague, Mary L. Fleddérus. Mary van Kleeck died on June 8, 1972, in Kingston, New York, of heart failure while undergoing surgery for a broken hip.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Mary van Kleeck Papers consist of nearly sixty-seven linear feet of material, dating from 1849 to 1998, and are primarily related to her professional and public life. Types of material include biographical information and memorabilia, correspondence, speeches, writings, lectures, photographs, research notes, memoranda, reports, journal and newspaper articles, as well as organization and subject files.

These papers are primarily composed of documents and materials produced by the professional and public activities of Mary van Kleeck, the bulk of which span the years from 1917 to 1960. They include relatively little about her personal life. She spent several years organizing her papers, and the lack of biographical material was a deliberate choice. Most of the biographical materials that are included in the collection have come from other sources-family members of van Kleeck and Mary L. Fleddérus, researchers (especially Guy Alchon), and the federal government through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests made by Eleanor M. Lewis of the Sophia Smith Collection and researcher Guy Alchon.

Mary van Kleeck was involved in a wide variety of social, political and economic studies and organizations over the course of her lifetime, and she saved much of the correspondence, business, research, and printed materials related to her interests. The papers offer a rich cache of information about a variety of subjects, people, and organizations in the first half of the twentieth century, especially radical/left groups, from the international to local level. Her work at the Russell Sage Foundation and the International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI) compose the largest portions of the organizational records. The internal workings of the Department of Industrial Studies of the Russell Sage Foundation, as well as the businesses and subjects van Kleeck researched there, are well-documented within this collection, especially those companies that formed the basis of the Foundation's landmark studies, such as Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, Dutchess Bleachery, Filene Store, Rock Island Arsenal, and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company. There is a wealth of information in the background research, field notes, correspondence, drafts, and final versions of the Russell Sage Foundation studies. Other subject areas are well-covered in the Foundation records, including the hundreds of businesses studied regarding employee representation in the workplace and the effect of the National Recovery Administration on industry. The records of the International Industrial Relations Institute include detailed notes, correspondence, subject files, speeches and debates from the many conferences and congresses that the organization held during van Kleeck's tenure, as well as materials related to the administration and publications of the IRI.

Mary van Kleeck served on numerous boards and special committees, including the American Association of Social Workers, American Association of University Women, American Civil Liberties Union, National Woman's Party, Bryn Mawr Summer School for Student Workers, International Labor Office of the League of Nations, and the National Research Council. The collection documents this work thoroughly. There is a significant amount of material relating to Smith College, both during the years she spent as a student and her later service to the institution. Other groups that are well-represented in the collection include the Young Women's Christian Association, the Women's Trade Union League, and Taylor Society. Of particular interest is her work with Mary Anderson at the Women's Bureau in the Department of Labor, and with Mary Fleddérus at the International Industrial Relations Institute.

In addition to organizational records, van Kleeck kept subject files on a wide variety of topics, especially U.S and international labor, protective legislation, trade unions, employer- employee relations, social research, social welfare, social work and social security, and the coal industry. Other major subjects addressed throughout the collection include race relations, Christian socialism, peace, women's rights and the Equal Rights Amendment, social settlements, New Deal legislation and policies, the social and economic organization of the Soviet Union, unemployment, and employment during World War I and World War II.

Significant correspondents include Mary Anderson, Susan B. Anthony II, Mary Beard, Elizabeth Christman, Eleanor Coit, Dorothy Douglas, Mary Fleddérus, Pauline Goldmark, Margaret Grierson, Alice Hamilton, John L. Lewis, Mabel Leslie, William Allan Neilson, Gifford Pinchot, Frances Perkins, Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Rose Schneiderman, Florence Simms, William Spofford, M. Carey Thomas, Lillian Wald, and Max Yergan.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection. The ownership of Mary van Kleeck's copyright is unknown. Copyright to writings of persons other than Mary van Kleeck is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Mary van Kleeck Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

Mary van Kleeck donated her papers to the Sophia Smith Collection from 1956 to 1972. Small additions came later from Barbara Stevens Roberts, Terry Brown, Guy Alchon, J. Dyck Fledderus, and Ruth S. Lenonard. In 2004, Guy Alchon donated a large cache of materials that included his research files, oral histories with family and friends of van Kleeck, and personal correspondence between Mary van Kleeck and family as well as childhood and collegiate friends.

Processing Information

Reprocessed by Kara M. McClurken, 2003 and 2006.


Additional Information
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Language
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Series Descriptions
(1878-1985)
9 linear ft.

This series focuses on biographical information about Mary van Kleeck and includes the following subseries about her life: Personal history, Education, Daily activities, and material gathered from the federal government through a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request. Photographs include prints, proofs, uncut rolls of negatives and glass slides taken by Mary van Kleeck as well as many pictures of van Kleeck and her family taken by others. The subseries, Daily activities, includes a list of her activities between 1930 and 1931, written on notecards as well as more traditional diary-like entries of her time with the College Settlement Association in 1905 and of her six weeks in the Soviet Union in 1932. The subseries, Education, includes material from her time at Smith and her relationship with the institution as an alumna, as well as class notes from other schools that she attended. Articles and newspaper clippings are found within this series, as are Papers, theses, and dissertations. Biographical information about her Family and friends is a subseries as well. The subseries Related collections include photocopies from other collections, most of which were compiled by Guy Alchon in his research on Mary van Kleeck. Permission to use copies of materials from other institutions must be sought from those institutions.

(1849-1981)
5.75 linear ft.

Family, Friends and associates, and the Sophia Smith Collection form the three subseries within this series. Correspondence may also include obituaries, newspaper clippings, photographs, memos, etc. There are many letters from her mother, Eliza Mayer van Kleeck in the Family subseries. The Friends and associates subseries contains the bulk of the material in this series. People with whom Mary van Kleeck exchanged significant correspondence and well-known individuals have their own folders, arranged alphabetically by last name and chronologically within each folder. Other individuals are included within the general correspondence for each letter of the alphabet. The general correspondence is also alphabetical by last name. Individuals' organizational affiliations are sometimes noted. In addition, correspondence is scattered throughout the collection. Especially significant amounts are in the organization files of the American Association of University Women, American Association of Social Workers, Hospites, International Industrial Relations Institute, National Research Council, National Women's Trade Union, and the U.S. Department of Labor. There is also correspondence with friends from van Kleeck's childhood and college days.

(1906-1961)
5.5 linear ft.

The items in this series are divided into subseries denoting type of material and arranged chronologically within subseries. The bulk of the series is Articles and notes or typescripts of Speeches that Mary van Kleeck wrote and delivered throughout her career. Manuscripts and published versions of Speeches are filed together. The subseries includes conference papers, although occasionally a speech will be found within the files of the conference papers in SERIES V. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES rather than within this series, especially if grouped with other peoples' speeches from a particular conference. Recurring topics include women and employment, social and economic planning, employee representation, social reform, unemployment, the Soviet Union, race relations, trade and labor unions, and social security. Four series of lectures are gathered together in a separate subseries, Lectures, at the end of Speeches. Other subseries include Monographs, Radio broadcasts, Interviews, Hearings (mostly on economic issues), Books reviewed by Mary van Kleeck, Reviews of Mary van Kleeck's books, Speaking engagement programs, Research notes, and Invitations to speak and write. The series contains writings co-authored by van Kleeck; it does not contain works to which she contributed only the introduction. Drafts or typescripts of van Kleeck's portion are included here, however.

(1900-1961)
10.5 linear ft.

This series contains some of Mary van Kleeck's research files, as well as topics that interested her personally. Items are arranged alphabetically by topic and chronologically within each topic. Newspaper clippings are a large proportion of the items in this series. Significant amounts of material can be found on civil liberties, the coal industry, countries, labor, and World War I and World War II. Edward Wieck performed much of the research contained in the files on the coal industry. Material about a few individuals, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Alfred E. Smith, and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, are included in this series. Materials about groups of individuals, such as African Americans, Italian Americans, and child labor are also included. Labor newspapers from this series are filed with the oversize materials.

(1897-1961)
27.25 linear ft.

This series forms the bulk of the collection, and covers an extremely wide breadth of topics. Mary van Kleeck's personal level of involvement in organizations and conferences varied from intensely involved, as can be seen in the International Industrial Relations Institute files, to cursory, as is demonstrated by her materials on the American Management Association. Organizations and conferences are arranged in alphabetical order, and items are chronological within each folder. Most of the materials in publicity scrapbooks have been removed from their original binders, but are retained in their original order in folders. The Russell Sage Foundation is the most substantially documented organization in this series, and includes much of the research and many of the manuscripts produced by the Division of Industrial Studies during van Kleeck's forty-year career. Of special note are the materials on the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, the Dutchess Bleachery, the Filene Store, the Rock Island Arsenal, and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company. One can trace the evolution of these studies, from the field notes of the researchers, to the correspondence between the organizations and the staff of the Russell Stage Foundation, to the drafts of the reports to the final published copies. The final published versions of the reports are located in SERIES III. WRITINGS AND SPEECHES or SERIES VI. BOOKS FROM MARY VAN KLEECK'S LIBRARY. Information about unions, health care plans, and work councils of specific institutions was generated by the Russell Sage Foundation's study of employee representation. Other organizations that are substantially well-documented include Hospites, a refugee relocation organization that provided employment and financial assistance for social workers fleeing Nazi Germany in the 1930s; the American Civil Liberties Union; United States Department of Labor; and the International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI). Mary van Kleeck kept detailed records of the conferences sponsored by the IRI. Significant amounts of correspondence can be found in the organization records of the National Research Council (with Edith Abbott and Robert Yerkes) and the National Women's Trade Union League (with Elizabeth Christman, Mabel Leslie, and Rose Schneiderman).

(1912-1961)
6.5 linear ft.

This series contains books written by authors other than Mary van Kleeck and is arranged in alphabetical order by author's last name. (If there is no author, then monograph is listed in alphabetical order by title.) Van Kleeck wrote the introductions for several of the books and others contain copies of speeches that she gave. Many of these monographs were printed by organizations with which van Kleeck was closely associated, such as the Russell Sage Foundation, the National Conference of Social Work, and the International Industrial Relations Institute.

(1929-1999)
2.25 linear ft.

This series contains materials audio and video footage [collected or produced by Guy Alchon for a documentary he planned to make.] The documentary was never completed. Most of the series is composed of audiotapes and videotapes of oral history interviews. There is also some archival footage of Mary van Kleeck, a documentary on Central Casting, and a sample of the documentary. Some of the interviews have transcripts in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS-Interviews and Recollections. Some items need use copies made before they can be played and will require advanced notice.

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS
(1878-1985)


Contents


Box 1: folder 0
Personal history



Biographical notes, resumes, etc.
1893-1972

Box 1: folder 1-3
Drafts for biography in Notable American Women
n.d.

Box 1: folder 4
Places of residence: Photographs and descriptions
1904-92

Box 1: folder 5
Testimony, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
1953-54

Box 1: folder 6
Passport applications
1953-58

Box 1: folder 7
Will
1969

Box 1: folder 8
1883-1960s

Box 1: folder 9-12
Photographs taken by Mary van Kleeck



1932-36

Box 2
Undated photographs


Box 3
Identified negatives

[film, glass slides]



Box 4
Unidentified rolls of negatives


Box 5
Glass slides


Box 6
1894-1948

Box 7: folder 1
Family and friends



Genealogy
1878-1990, n.d.

Box 7: folder 2
Obituaries and correspondence
1888-1951, n.d.

Box 7: folder 3
Charles Mayer van Kleeck: Saint Nicholas Society of the City of New York

[see also Oversize Materials]

1905-45

Box 7: folder 4
Eliza Mayer van Kleeck: Bible
1862-1920

Box 7: folder 5
Robert Boyd van Kleeck, Sr.
1833-52, 1897-1909, 1958

Box 7: folder 6-7
Robert van Kleeck, Jr.
1923-24, n.d.

Box 7: folder 8
Brett-Teller Homestead
1906-1985, n.d.

Box 7: folder 9
Mary L. Fleddérus
1938-66

Box 7: folder 10
Education



Flushing High School


Box 7
General
1896-1991

Box 7: folder 11
Publications
1896-1901

Box 7: folder 12
Mary van Kleeck's writing assignments
1987-1899

Box 7: folder 13
Speeches
1900

Box 7: folder 14
Grades
1896-1900

Box 7: folder 15



Scrapbook

[fragile]



Box 8
Entrance and housing materials
1899-1900

Box 9: folder 1
Financial records

[see also Finances]

1899-1904

Box 9: folder 2
Student Aid Society
1904-05

Box 9: folder 3
Smith College Association of Christian Work
1903-06

Box 9: folder 4
1900-04

Box 9: folder 5
Teacher's Bureau
1904-05

Box 9: folder 6
Alumnae



General
1905-57

Box 9: folder 7
Class ofreunion, 1953-54
1904 50th

Box 9: folder 8
Class of 1904 business
1955-57

Box 9: folder 9
Alumnae Fund Committee
1912

Box 9: folder 10
Smith Alumnae Quarterly: correspondence
1930-39

Box 9: folder 11
Smith Alumnae Council
1957

Box 9: folder 12
Columbia University



Class notes
1904-07

Box 9: folder 13-18
Course offerings and outlines
1904-29

Box 9: folder 19
Correspondence
1929

Box 9: folder 20
Berkeley Divinity School
1924

Box 9: folder 21
St. Lawrence University

[see also Oversize Materials]

1938

Box 9: folder 22



Account books and receipts
1900-1915

Box 10
Account books and receipts
1916-21

Box 11: folder 1-3
Checks
1904-17

Box 11: folder 4-8
Checks
1918-21

Box 12: folder 1-3
Daily activities record



College Settlement
1905

Box 12: folder 4
Line-a-Day diaries
1917-26

Box 12: folder 5-6
Files of daily activities

[see also Oversize Materials]

1930-31

Box 12
Notes on six weeks in the Soviet Union
1932

Box 12: folder 7-8
Articles and newspaper clippings



Articles
1931-41

Box 13: folder 1
Newspaper clippings
1899-1979, n.d.

Box 13: folder 2-21
Term papers and theses



"Mary van Kleeck and the Committee on Women's Work," by Margot Steinberg
1977

Box 14: folder 1
"Mary van Kleeck: An Intellectual Biography," by Joanne F. Keane
1977

Box 14: folder 2
"Mary van Kleeck: Case Study of a Social Reformer," by Lauren Hasselriis
1978

Box 14: folder 3
Mary van Kleeck and Protective Legislation for Women: A Neglected Chapter in Progressive Reform," by Kathleen Lynn Wakefield

[Note: This material cannot be photocopied.]

1979

Box 14: folder 4
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents



General
1923-93

Box 14: folder 5-12
Passports and passport hearing
1957-83

Box 14: folder 13
Mary Fleddérus
1938-44, 1993-98

Box 14: folder 14-15



Edith and Grace Abbott Papers, University of Chicago


Box 15: folder 1
Arthur Altmeyer oral history, Columbia University [fragment]


Box 15: folder 2
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Records, Cornell University


Box 15: folder 3
American Association for Labor Legislation Papers, Cornell University


Box 15: folder 4
American Federation of Labor Records, State Historical Society of Wisconsin


Box 15: folder 5
John Carmody Papers, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library


Box 15: folder 6
Morris Cooke Papers, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library


Box 15: folder 7
Edward Costigan Papers, University of Colorado at Boulder


Box 15: folder 8
Helen Gahagan Douglas oral history, Columbia University [fragment]


Box 15: folder 9
Katherine Dreier Papers, Yale University and Museum of Modern Art


Box 15: folder 10
E. Franklin Frazier Papers, Howard University


Box 15: folder 11
Lillian Gilbreth Papers, Purdue University


Box 15: folder 12
John Haynes Holmes Papers, Library of Congress


Box 15: folder 13
Benjamin Huebsch Papers, Library of Congress


Box 15: folder 14
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library


Box 15: folder 15
John A. Kingsbury Papers, Library of Congress


Box 15: folder 16
Lewis L. Lorwin oral history, Columbia University [fragment]


Box 16: folder 1
Mayer Family Papers, Maryland Historical Society


Box 16: folder 2
Charles Merriam Papers, University of Chicago


Box 16: folder 3
National Archives


Box 16: folder 4-5
National Council of American Soviet Friendship Collection, New York University


Box 16: folder 6
National Interracial Conference, Howard University


Box 16: folder 7
Otto and Marie Neurath Isotype Collection, University of Reading


Box 16: folder 8
Frances Perkins oral history, Columbia University [fragment]


Box 16: folder 9
Josephine Roche Papers, University of Colorado at Boulder


Box 16: folder 10-13
Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library


Box 16: folder 14
Edward A. Ross Papers, State Historical Society of Wisconsin


Box 16: folder 15
Rockefeller Family Archives: Office of Messieurs Rockefeller, Rockefeller Archive Center


Box 16: folder 16-18
Russell Sage Foundation Records, Rockefeller Archive Center


Box 16: folder 19-25
Russell Sage Foundation Records, Rockefeller Archive Center


Box 17
Russell Sage Foundation Records, Rockefeller Archive Center


Box 18: folder 1-5
Russell Sage Foundation Records, State Historical Society of Wisconsin


Box 18: folder 6
Sisterhood of the Companionship of the Holy Cross


Box 18: folder 7
Smith, Edwin Papers, Cornell University


Box 18: folder 8
Society of the Catholic Commonwealth


Box 18: folder 9
Ida Tarbell Papers, Allegheny College


Box 18: folder 10
University of Chicago Press Records, University of Chicago


Box 18: folder 11
Lawrence Veiller oral history, Columbia University [fragment]


Box 18: folder 12
Robert F. Wagner Papers, Georgetown University


Box 18: folder 13
Industrial Research Collection, Wayne State University


Box 18: folder 14-39
Robert M. Yerkes Papers, Yale University


Box 18: folder 40
Recollections and interviews with Guy Alchon re: Mary van Kleeck

[see also SERIES VII. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS]




Breines, Nesi and Simon
1989

Box 19: folder 1-2
Boudin, Leonard
1989

Box 19: folder 3
Cook, Alice
1991

Box 19: folder 4
Fisher, Jacob (Jack)
1989

Box 19: folder 5-6
Fleddérus, J. Dyck
1989

Box 19: folder 7
Flexner, Eleanor
1989

Box 19: folder 8-9
Grierson, Margaret
1989

Box 19: folder 10
Hauessler, Dorothy (Dottie)
1990

Box 19: folder 11
Hook, Sidney
1989

Box 19: folder 12
Peters, Margaret
1993

Box 19: folder 13
Roberts, Barbara
1990

Box 19: folder 14
Slayton, Frieda and Sidney
1992

Box 19: folder 15
Tiger, Edith
1989

Box 19: folder 16
Van Kleeck, Clara
1990

Box 19: folder 17
Voss, Johtje
1990

Box 19: folder 18
Ware, Caroline
1989

Box 19: folder 19
Written correspondence with Guy Alchon re: MvK



Fleddérus, J. Dyck
1989

Box 19: folder 20
Foner, Philip S.
1989

Box 19: folder 21
Grierson, Margaret
1989-92

Box 19: folder 22
Keyserling, Mary Dublin
1989

Box 19: folder 23
Neurath, Paul
1988-93

Box 19: folder 24
Interview photos
1992

Box 19: folder 25
SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE
(1849-1981)


Family



Bradford, Jane Mayer, cousin
1894-1904

Box 20: folder 1
Bradford, Thomas Kell, cousin
1894-95

Box 20: folder 2
Bruce, Katherine, cousin
1947-54

Box 20: folder 3
Dionne, Elise Van Kleeck, sister
1890-1926

Box 20: folder 4-5
Dionne, Leo Van Kleeck, nephew
1926-34

Box 20: folder 6
Roberts, Barbara Bruce Stevens, cousin
1953-62

Box 20: folder 7
Van Kleeck, Charles, brother
1891-1904, 1933-51, n.d.

Box 20: folder 8
Van Kleeck, Eliza Mayer, mother
1891- Jun 1901

Box 20: folder 9-14
Van Kleeck, Eliza Mayer, mother
Sep 1901-1903

Box 21
Van Kleeck, Eliza Mayer, mother
1904-08, n.d.

Box 22: folder 1-7
Van Kleeck, Robert Boyd, father
1888

Box 22: folder 8
Van Kleeck, Robert (Bob), brother
1891-1905

Box 22: folder 9
Other family
1892-1910, 1949, n.d.

Box 22: folder 10
Friends and associates



A
1903-40

Box 22: folder 11
Abbott, Constance, Smith College, Class of
1904, 1903-05

Box 22: folder 12
1924, n.d.,

Box 22: folder 13
Alfred, Helen
1956

Box 22: folder 14
Altschuler, Michael
1931-36

Box 22: folder 15
Ameringer, Oscar
1931-34

Box 22: folder 16
1923-38

Box 23: folder 1
Andree, M., Bryn Mawr College
1930-37

Box 23: folder 2
Andrews, John B., American Association for Labor Administration
1924-36

Box 23: folder 3
(1916- )

Box 23
Arrowsmith, Mary N., American Red Cross
1922

Box 23: folder 4
Atkinson, Henry A., Universal Conference on the Church of Christ on Life and Work
1922-25

Box 23: folder 5
B
1903-56

Box 23: folder 6
Barkley, Mabel, Smith College, Class of
1904, 1904-05, 1935

Box 23: folder 7
Barnes, Harry Elmer
1932-35

Box 23: folder 8
Barteco, Edna
1891-93

Box 23: folder 9
Beard, Charles and Mary Ritter
1935-58

Box 23: folder 10
Beisser, Paul
1926-27

Box 23: folder 11
Bennett, E. Howard
1927

Box 23: folder 12
Berridge, William A.
1923-24

Box 23: folder 13
Bingham, Walter V.
1928-38

Box 23: folder 14
Blakenhorn, Mary, Consumer's League of New York
1927, 1958

Box 23: folder 15
Bond, May A.
1929

Box 23: folder 16
Bogdanov, Peter A.
1930-35

Box 23: folder 17
Bogue, Anna T.
1936-40

Box 23: folder 18
Bowers, Glenn A.
1927-38

Box 23: folder 19
Boyd, D. Knickerbocker, Russell Sage Foundation
1934-39

Box 23: folder 20
Boyert, Muriel
1894-97

Box 23: folder 21
Breines, Simon
1936-38

Box 23: folder 22
Bresee, Anna
1891

Box 23: folder 23
Brett, Suzanne Ashley
1928-30

Box 23: folder 24
Bridges, Frances Atkinson, Young Women's Christian Association
1903

Box 23: folder 25
Brown, Nell, Smith College, Class of
1906, 1903-05, n.d.

Box 23: folder 26
Bruére, Henry, Department of Labor
1929-30

Box 23: folder 27
Bunche, Ralph
1933-35, 1950

Box 23: folder 28
Burnham, Sophia Lord, Smith College, Class of 1904
1905

Box 23: folder 29
Burns, C. Delisle
1930-31

Box 23: folder 30
C
1900-05, 1922-49

Box 23: folder 31
Carmody, John M.
1929-40

Box 23: folder 32
Carner, Lucy P., Young Women's Christian Association
1924-25

Box 23: folder 33
Carr, Charlotte E., Bureau of Women In Industry, Department of Labor
1925-29

Box 23: folder 34
Carrillo, Alejandro
1938-40

Box 23: folder 35
Carter, Edward C., Institute of Pacific Relations
1923-31

Box 23: folder 36
Chaddock, Robert E., American Statistical Association
1925

Box 23: folder 37
Chalufour, Aline
1941

Box 23: folder 38
Chamberlain, Joseph P.
1931-35

Box 23: folder 39
Chambers, Clarke A.
1971

Box 23: folder 40
Chambless, Edgar
1932-33

Box 23: folder 41
Chattopadhyaya, Kamaladevi [see Kmaladevi, Mme.]



Cheyney, Alice S., International Labor Office
1930

Box 23: folder 42


Box 23
Choate, Helen, Smith College, Class of
1904, 1903-05

Box 23: folder 43
Claghorn, Kate H., New York School of Social Work
1926-36

Box 23: folder 44


Box 23
Coit, Eleanor, Young Women's Christian Association
1924-36

Box 24: folder 1
Colvin, Fred H.
1933-42

Box 24: folder 2
Contreras, Carlos
1938-40

Box 24: folder 3
Cooke, Morris L., War Industries Board
1917-40

Box 24: folder 4
Cornick, R. L.
1921, 1931

Box 24: folder 5
Cravath, Paul
1933

Box 24: folder 6
Crawford, Leslie, Smith College, Class of
1904, 1903-05

Box 24: folder 7
D
1922-42, n.d.

Box 24: folder 8
Dana, Elizabeth, Smith College, Class of 1904
1905

Box 24: folder 9
DeKock, Jules, International Industrial Relations Institute
1938-44

Box 24: folder 10
de Schweinitz, Dorothea
1922-47

Box 24: folder 11
Dewey, John
1928-34

Box 24: folder 12
Dingman, Mary A., Young Women's Christian Association
1922-27

Box 24: folder 13
Dodd, Marian Elsa, Smith College, Class of 1906
1903-05, n.d.

Box 24: folder 14
Donald, W. J., American Management Association
1926-29

Box 24: folder 15
Douglas, Dorothy
1935-38

Box 24: folder 16
Dreier, Mary E.
1923-24

Box 24: folder 17
Duchene, Gabrielle
1938

Box 24: folder 18
E
1894-1905, 1921-61

Box 24: folder 19
Easton, Mary, Christian Association of Wellesley College
1903-04

Box 24: folder 20
Eckenberger, Babette
1939

Box 24: folder 21
Eddy, Harriet
1933-46

Box 24: folder 22
Edelman, John W., American Federation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers
1932-33

Box 24: folder 23
Ehrler, Hazel B.
1924, 1942

Box 24: folder 24
Eldridge, Florence M.
1928-29

Box 24: folder 25
Emery, Andrée M.
1932

Box 24: folder 26
Erskine, Lilian
1924

Box 24: folder 27
F
1901, 1921-50

Box 24: folder 28
Fairchild, Henry P., National Research Council
1923-30

Box 24: folder 29
Fairchild, Mildred, Bryn Mawr College
1933-38

Box 24: folder 30


Box 24
Firth, Norman C.
1930-33

Box 24: folder 31
Fitch, John A., New York School of Social Work
1921-34

Box 24: folder 32
Fleddérus, Mary L.



Mary van Kleeck
1925-29

Box 24: folder 33-35
Mary van Kleeck
1930-

Box 25: folder 1-10
Dr. Meyer zu Schwabetissen
1930-31

Box 25: folder 11
Others
1926-55

Box 25: folder 12-13
Re: Visa
1937

Box 25: folder 14
Fleisher, Alexander
1934-42

Box 25: folder 15
Flexner, Eleanor
1956-57

Box 25: folder 16
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley
1954

Box 25: folder 17
Fosdick, Raymond B.
1924, 1931

Box 25: folder 18
Fox, R. M.
1929

Box 25: folder 19
Fulbright, Senator J. William
1961

Box 25: folder 20
G
1905, 1923-51

Box 25: folder 21
Garza, Makedonio, Professor
1939-43

Box 25: folder 22
Gifford, Helen W., Young Women's Christian Association
1923-41

Box 26: folder 1
Gilbreth, Lillian M.
1928

Box 26: folder 2
Gillman, Joseph M., Inter-Professional Association for Social Insurance
1938

Box 26: folder 3
Gilson, Mary
1923-31

Box 26: folder 4
Givens, Meredith B.
1931-36

Box 26: folder 5


Box 26
Goldmark, Pauline
1923-29

Box 26: folder 6
Goldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfons
1935-42

Box 26: folder 7
Gompers, Samuel, American Federation of Labor
1923

Box 26: folder 8
1947-65

Box 26: folder 9
Gropius, Walter
1938, 1947

Box 26: folder 10
Gross, John E., Colorado State Federation of Labor
1932-33

Box 26: folder 11
Gross, N. B.
1927-28

Box 26: folder 12
Gutkind, Erwin A.
1936-37

Box 26: folder 13
H
1892-1905, 1922-49

Box 26: folder 14
Hamilton, Alice, Hull House
1924-34

Box 26: folder 15
Hamilton, Berta
1930-42

Box 26: folder 16


Box 26
Harper, Elsie D., Young Women's Christian Association
1934

Box 26: folder 17
Hartogs, Dr. Rene
1932-48

Box 26: folder 18
Hartwell, Albion A., IPA
1935-37

Box 26: folder 19
Harvey, Constance, Smith College
1957

Box 26: folder 20
1934-36

Box 26: folder 21
Haskins, Charles H.
1923

Box 26: folder 22
Hathaway, King
1938-41

Box 26: folder 23
Heidl, F. X.
1929

Box 26: folder 24
Henry, Alice, National Women's Trade Union League
1922-36

Box 26: folder 25
Hill, Dorothy P.
1933-34

Box 26: folder 26
Hoover, Herbert
1922-26

Box 26: folder 27
Hudson, Manley O.
1924

Box 26: folder 28
Hurlbutt, Mary E., New York School of Social Work
1933

Box 26: folder 29
Hyde, Maxwell P.
1934-35

Box 26: folder 30
I
1904, 1921-40

Box 26: folder 31
J
1904-05, 1924-55

Box 26: folder 32
Jackson, Alice, Smith College
1903-04, n.d.

Box 26: folder 33
Jerome, Harry
1923-24

Box 26: folder 34
Johnson, Alvin S.
1931-34

Box 26: folder 35
Johnson, F. Ernest, Federal Council Of Churches
1922-24, 1946

Box 26: folder 36
Johnston, Alma E.
1924-26

Box 26: folder 37
K
1899-1905, 1922-49

Box 26: folder 38
Kamaladevi, Mme. (Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya)
1939-41

Box 26: folder 39
Kammet, Lawrence, Social Work Today
1938-39

Box 26: folder 40
Keir, Malcolm
1922-25

Box 26: folder 41
Keller, Helen
1940-42

Box 26: folder 42
Keller, William
1922

Box 26: folder 43
Kelley, Florence
1929

Box 26: folder 44
Kellogg, Paul U.
1925-46

Box 26: folder 45
Keynes, J. Maynard
1930

Box 26: folder 46
Kincaid, W. W., IRI
1928-29

Box 26: folder 47
King, W. L. Mackenzie
1921-24

Box 26: folder 48
King, Wilford I.
1931-35

Box 26: folder 49
Kingsbury, John A.
1933-43

Box 26: folder 50
Kingsbury, Susan, Bryn Mawr College
1931-38

Box 26: folder 51
Knight, Howard K., National Conference of Social Work
1928-47

Box 26: folder 52
Kraus, Dr. Hertha
1928-33

Box 26: folder 53
L
1923-61

Box 27: folder 1


Box 27
LaFollette, Senator Robert M.
1931-32

Box 27: folder 2
Laidler, Harry W., League for Industrial Democracy
1932-38

Box 27: folder 3
Lamont, Corliss
1933-89

Box 27: folder 4
Lansburgh, Richard
1924-31

Box 27: folder 5
1936-45

Box 27: folder 6
Lasker, Bruno
1924-25

Box 27: folder 7
1938

Box 27: folder 8
Leonard, Louise, Young Women's Christian Association
1922-24

Box 27: folder 9


Box 27
Lewis, John L., United Mine Workers of America
1933-38

Box 27: folder 10
Lindeman, Eduard. C., New York School of Social Work
1933-39

Box 27: folder 11
Lindsay, Samuel McCune
1927-38, n.d.

Box 27: folder 12
Lippmann, Walter
1933

Box 27: folder 13


Box 27
Lorwin, Lewis L.
1930-41

Box 27: folder 14
Lounsbury, Charles E.
1932

Box 27: folder 15
Lovett, Robert Morss
1940

Box 27: folder 16
Lübbe, Erich
1928-29

Box 27: folder 17
Lynd, Robert S.
1924-25

Box 27: folder 18
M
1896-51, n.d.

Box 27: folder 19
Mackay, R. J.
1929-32

Box 27: folder 20
Magnusson, Leifur, International Labor Office
1928-35

Box 27: folder 21
Maher, Amy G.
1903-23, n.d.

Box 27: folder 22
Masaryk, Alice
1932

Box 27: folder 23
Mason, Lucy Randolph
1938

Box 27: folder 24
McCausland, Elizabeth
1930

Box 27: folder 25
McCulloch, Rhoda E., The Woman's Press
1922-36

Box 27: folder 26
McCullough, E. W.
1930-31

Box 27: folder 27
McGovern, George
1961

Box 27: folder 28
McIver, Robert M.
1925

Box 27: folder 29
Meriam, Lewis
1924-25

Box 27: folder 30
Meshlauk, V. I.
1931-33

Box 27: folder 31
Miller, Helen Clarkson, Young Women's Christian Association
1923

Box 27: folder 32
Miller, Spencer, Jr.
1922-36

Box 27: folder 33
Mitchell, Broadus
1933

Box 27: folder 34
Morris, Elizabeth C. F.
1930-39

Box 27: folder 35
Morse, Stearns
1935-36

Box 27: folder 36
Murdock, James
1924-25

Box 27: folder 37
Muste, A. J.
1932

Box 27: folder 38
Myers, James, Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America
1922-1930

Box 27: folder 39
N
1903-61

Box 27: folder 40
1948-58

Box 27: folder 41
1920-46

Box 27: folder 42
Nelson, Mrs. Max, National Federation of Settlements
1928-29

Box 27: folder 43
1931-37

Box 27: folder 44
O
1922-38

Box 27: folder 45
Oak, Liston M.
1934-35

Box 27: folder 46
Obenauer, Marie
1920-25

Box 27: folder 47
Odencrantz, Louise
1929

Box 27: folder 48


Box 27
Orgler, Hertha
1934-39

Box 27: folder 49


Box 27
P
1905-51

Box 27: folder 50
Page, Kirby
1921-22

Box 27: folder 51
Park, Marion Edwards, Bryn Mawr College
1934-35

Box 27: folder 52


Box 27
Parker, Albert
1929

Box 27: folder 53
Paul-Sachs, T.
1933-35

Box 27: folder 54


Box 27
1932-43

Box 27: folder 55
Person, Harlow S., Taylor Society
1921-33, n.d.

Box 27: folder 56
Phelps, Roswell F.
1922

Box 27: folder 57
Phillips, Fred L., United Rubber Workers Federal Labor Union
1933-46

Box 27: folder 58
Pinchot, Governor Gifford and Cornelia
1923-24

Box 28: folder 1
Plowman, E. Grosvenor
1923-29

Box 28: folder 2
1938-41, n.d.

Box 28: folder 3
Post, Louis F.
1926

Box 28: folder 4
Pouch, E. D.
1930

Box 28: folder 5
Price, George W.
1892-99, n.d.

Box 28: folder 6
Pryll, Dr. Walter
1939-40

Box 28: folder 7
Q
1931-46

Box 28: folder 8
R
1904-05, 1918-58

Box 28: folder 9
1942-45

Box 28: folder 10
Rautenstrauch, Walter
1938-48

Box 28: folder 11
Redefer, Frederick L.
1934-41

Box 28: folder 12
Resnick, Louis
1928-35

Box 28: folder 13
Roberts, Dr. Holland D.
1944-55

Box 28: folder 14


Box 28
Robin, Mrs. Eva
1938-39

Box 28: folder 15
1941-47

Box 28: folder 16
Roelofs, Henrietta, Young Women's Christian Association
1932-1937

Box 28: folder 17
Roosevelt, Eleanor
1928-38

Box 28: folder 18
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
1928-31

Box 28: folder 19
Rosholt, Ruth
1923

Box 28: folder 20
Ross, Howard S.
1933-34

Box 28: folder 21
Ruml, Beardsley
1924

Box 28: folder 22
S
1921-55

Box 28: folder 23
Sand, Rene, International Conference of Social Work
1927-38

Box 28: folder 24
Schacht, Hjalmar
1930

Box 28: folder 25
Schneeweiss, Gertrude
1920-25

Box 28: folder 26


Box 28
1951

Box 28: folder 27
Seaver, Edwin, Soviet Russia Today
1935

Box 28: folder 28
Selekman, Ben M., Russell Sage Foundation
1922-34

Box 28: folder 29
Seligman, Edwin R. A.
1925-34

Box 28: folder 30
1933-35

Box 28: folder 31
Shapley, Harlow
1948-55

Box 28: folder 32
Sheffield, A. D.
1924-25

Box 28: folder 33
Shotwell, James T.
1930-38

Box 28: folder 34
Simms, Florence, Young Women's Christian Association
1920-30

Box 29: folder 1
Smith, Edwin S.
1920-48

Box 29: folder 2-3
Smith, Ethel, Women's Trade Union League
1923-31

Box 29: folder 4
Smith, Hilda W., Bryn Mawr Summer School
1932, 1955-58

Box 29: folder 5
Smith, Mattie
circa 1883-98

Box 29: folder 6
Smith, Richard R.
1939-41

Box 29: folder 7


Box 29
Somerville, Lucy R.
1923

Box 29: folder 8
Soule, George
1923-39

Box 29: folder 9
Spence, W. J.
1924

Box 29: folder 10
Spofford, William B., Church League for Industrial Democracy
1928-50

Box 29: folder 11
Stewart, Paul
1932

Box 29: folder 12
Stone, N. I.
1928-30

Box 29: folder 13
1949-50

Box 29: folder 14
Strong, Mabel A.
1928

Box 29: folder 15
Stuart, J. Leighton, Yenching University
1930-46

Box 29: folder 16
Sturgis, J. McC.
1928-38

Box 29: folder 17
Suffern, Arthur E., Federal Council of the Churches of Christ
1927

Box 29: folder 18
T
1904, 1923-34

Box 29: folder 19
Taylor, Don H.
1930-33

Box 29: folder 20
Taylor, Gladys, Young Women's Christian Association
1935-38

Box 29: folder 21
Taylor, Louise M. S.
1929-35

Box 29: folder 22
Tead, Ordway
1927-34

Box 29: folder 23
Thomas, Albert, International Labor Office
1927-31, n.d.

Box 29: folder 24
Thomas, M. Carey, Bryn Mawr
1924-25

Box 29: folder 25
Thomas, Norman
1930

Box 29: folder 26
Thompson, Huston
1931-41

Box 29: folder 27
Thorne, Florence C., American Federation of Labor
1927-34

Box 29: folder 28
Tippy, Worth M., Federal Council of the Churches of Christ
1935-38

Box 29: folder 29
Trone, S. A.
1935-43

Box 29: folder 30
Tugwell, Rexford G.
1932-33

Box 29: folder 31
Tyler, Ruth
1938-40

Box 29: folder 32
Upham, Maxine
1944

Box 29: folder 33
Urwick, L., International Management Institute
1929

Box 29: folder 34
V
1933-61

Box 29: folder 35
Van der Goot, A.
1947-50

Box 29: folder 36
1929-31

Box 29: folder 37
van der Leeuw, J. J.
1931

Box 29: folder 38
van der Lugt, Maria J. A.
1939-44

Box 29: folder 39
van Dyke, Brooke, Smith College, Class of
1905, 1904-1905

Box 29: folder 40
van Horn, Olive, Young Women's Christian Association
1920-24, 1948

Box 29: folder 41
van Wicklen, Frederick, Jr.
1935-36

Box 29: folder 42
Varlez, Louis, International Labor Office
1923-25

Box 29: folder 43
Villard, Oswald Garrison
1930-34

Box 29: folder 44
1928-38

Box 29: folder 45
von Haan, Hugo
1929-40

Box 29: folder 46
Voysey, Brenda, International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI)-

[see SERIES V. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES--International Industrial Relations Institute]

1922-32

Box 29: folder 47
W
1891-1950

Box 30: folder 1
Wachtel, Dr. Curt
1938-40, n.d.

Box 30: folder 2
Waite, Benjamin E.
1937, 1956-57

Box 30: folder 3
Wald, Lillian D.
1922-1928

Box 30: folder 4
1929-31

Box 30: folder 5
Weigert, Oscar
1933

Box 30: folder 6
Weiland, Dr. Ruth
1930-46

Box 30: folder 7
Wells, Dorthea, Smith College Class of
1904, 1902-05

Box 30: folder 8
Wells, Marguerite M., National League of Women Voters
1937

Box 30: folder 9
White, William A.
1936

Box 30: folder 10
Wibaut, F. M., International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI)
1931-35

Box 30: folder 11
1934-43

Box 30: folder 12
Wilbrandt, Robert
1931-35

Box 30: folder 13
William, Maurice, Yenching University
1928-32

Box 30: folder 14
Williams, Whiting
1928

Box 30: folder 15
Willits, Joseph H.
1928-40

Box 30: folder 16
Winslow, Emma
1927-28

Box 30: folder 17
Wolf, Robert
1927

Box 30: folder 18
Wood, Margaret Wells, Young Women's Christian Association
1922-24

Box 30: folder 19
Wood, Mildred L., Young Women's Christian Association
1922-29

Box 30: folder 20
Woodcock, Sarah, MvK's childhood teacher
1891-93

Box 30: folder 21
Woodsworth, Hon. S. J.
1924

Box 30: folder 22
Wunderlich, Frieda
1928-31

Box 30: folder 23
Y
1923-39

Box 30: folder 24
Yergen, Max, International Committee of African Affairs
1938-40

Box 30: folder 25
Young, Owen D.
1923-35

Box 30: folder 26
Yule, Herbert, National Research Council
1923-25

Box 30: folder 27
Z
1924-29, 1941

Box 30: folder 28
zu Schwabedissen, Dr. Meyer, International Industrial Relations Institute
1930-32

Box 30: folder 29
Newspapers



General
1911-33

Box 30: folder 30
1950-51

Box 30: folder 31
Sophia Smith Collection
1953-81, n.d.

Box 30: folder 32
Unidentified correspondence
1893-1961

Box 31
SERIES III. WRITINGS AND SPEECHES
(1906-1961)


Publications listed by publisher

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 31
Monographs



Artificial Flower Makers
1913

Box 32: folder 1
Women in the Bookbinding Trade
1913

Box 32
Wages in the Millinery Trade, J. B. Lyon Company(2 copies)
1914

Box 32: folder 2
Working Girls in Evening Schools: A Statistical Study
1914

Box 32
A Seasonal Industry: A Study of the Millinery Trade in New York
1917

Box 32: folder 3
Employes' Representation in Coal Mines: A Study of the Industrial Representation Plan of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company
1924

Box 32
4Miners and Management: A Study of the Collective Agreement between the United Mine Workers of America and the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company
1934

Box 32
Creative America: Its Resources for Social Security(2 copies)
1936

Box 33: folder 1
Technology and Livelihood, (2 copies)
1944

Box 33: folder 2



"Working Hours for Factory Women," Charities and the Commons
6 Oct. 1906

Box 34: folder 1
"Child Labor in New York City Tenements," in Charities and the Commons, 18
Jan. 1908

Box 34
"Some Problems of Method in Investigations of Women's Work," Committee on Women's Work, Russell Sage Foundation, [unpublished]
circa 1908

Box 34
"What Alumnae are Doing: Some Facts and Some Theories About Women's Work," in Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Jan. 1911

Box 34
"Women and Children Who Make Men's Clothes," The Survey
1 Apr., 1911

Box 34
"A Vocation Bureau for Women," [published in a YWCA publication]
12 Mar. 1912

Box 34
"Working Conditions in New York City Department Stores," The Survey,
15 July 1913

Box 34
"Facts About Wage-Earners in the United States Census," New York School of Philanthropy
Oct. 1915

Box 34: folder 2
"Positions in Social Work," New York School of Philanthropy(2 copies)
Feb. 1916

Box 34
"For Women in Industry: The Proposed New Division in the Department of Labor," The Survey
23 Dec. 1916

Box 34
"Storage Bulletin No. 9 on the Employment of Women in the Storage and Warehousing Depots of the United States Army,"
24 Nov. 1917

Box 34: folder 3
"Labor Policies in the War," [unpublished]
Jan. 1918

Box 34
"Woman and Her Place in War Industries," Manufacturers News
21 Mar. 1918

Box 34
"Case Work and Social Reform," The Annals
May 1918

Box 34
"A Census of College Women," Journal of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae
May 1918

Box 34
"Women in the Munition Industries," Life and Labor
June 1918

Box 34
"The Government and the Women in Industry," [written for American Federationist]
1918

Box 34
"Statement Prepared…for Good Housekeeping Magazine,"
23 Dec. 1918

Box 34
"Federal Policies for Women in Industry," The Annals
Jan. 1919

Box 34: folder 4
"Standards for the Employment of Women in Industry," U.S. Department of Labor
1 Mar. 1919

Box 34
"Women Workers During Reconstruction," American Labor Legislation Review
Mar. 1919

Box 34
"New Standards for Negro Women in Industry," Life and Labor
June 1919

Box 34
"Women In Industry After the War," [written for Vassar Quarterly],
Nov. 1919

Box 34
"What They Think of You," by Helen J. Ferris, based upon MvK's research, Green Book Magazine,
Mar. 1921

Box 34
"Women and Machines," Atlantic Monthly
Feb. 1921

Box 34
"What are Women in Industry Laws," Union Signal
Jan. 1922

Box 34: folder 5
"The Professional Organization of Social Work," The Annals
May 1922

Box 34
"Unemployment Ended?," The Survey
June 1922

Box 34
"The Moral Challenge of Industry," Department of Christian Social Service
1922

Box 34
"Florence Simms," The Woman's Press,
Apr. 1923

Box 34
"Equal Rights: Arguments Pro and Con for A Woman's Equal Rights Constitutional Amendment," Journal of the American Association of University Women
Jan. 1924

Box 34
"Promotion in the Smith Faculty," The Smith Alumnae Quarterly
May 1924

Box 34
"The Association's Relation to the Social and Economic Position of Women," Journal of the American Association of University Women
Oct. 1924

Box 34
"Uncle Sam and the Women Care," National League of Women Voters
circa 1924

Box 34
"Sharing Management With the Workers," The Adult Bible Class Magazine,
circa 1924

Box 34
"Labor and Capital - Partners in Practice," [written for The Survey]
8 Jan. 1925

Box 34: folder 6
"Child Labor In 1925: An Opportunity for Effective Action," The Churchman
24 Jan. 1925

Box 34
"Employes' Representation in Steel and Coal," The New Republic
25 Feb. 1925

Box 34
"Ten Years of the Rockefeller Plan, Compared with Five Years of Employes' Representation at the Dutchess Bleachery" Survey Graphic
Feb. 1925

Box 34
"Equal Rights Cannot Be Won By Constitutional Amendment," American Association of University Women
Mar. 1925

Box 34
"The Participation of Wage-Earners in Management," Safety Engineering
Mar. 1925

Box 34
"Issues in Research Method," Service Bulletin of Personnel Research Federation
May 1925

Box 34
"Employes' Representation in Steel-How Has It Worked?," [Written for The Blast Furnace and Steel Plant]
18 June 1925

Box 34
"Procedure Followed in Studying the Industrial Representation Plan of the Colorado Fuel ad Iron Company," Journal of Personnel Research,
Aug.-Sept. 1925

Box 34
"Human Relation in Industry: The Church League for Industrial Democracy,"
5 Sept. 1925

Box 34
"New Italian Work in New York at Church of the Holy Communion," The Witness
17 Sept. 1925

Box 34
"The Church and Industrial Life-What Has Been Done Since 1922?," The Witness
24 Sept. 1925

Box 34
"Employes' Representation: an Analysis of the Rockefeller Plan," Homiletic Review
Sept. 1925

Box 34
"The Task of a Trustee," Smith Alumnae Quarterly
May 1926

Box 34: folder 7
"Modern Industry and Society," American Federationist
June 1926

Box 34
"Justice and the Individual," Workers' Education
Aug. 1926

Box 34
"The Interview as a Method of Research," Taylor Society
Dec. 1926

Box 34
"Foreword," in "The Forty-Eight-Hour Law, Do Working Women Want It?," The Consumer's League
7 Jan. 1927

Box 34
"Barometers of Unemployment," [written for Springfield Republican]
1 Mar. 1927

Box 34
"Employment Statistics Key to Economic State," Springfield Sunday Union and Republican
12 Mar. 1927

Box 34
"Employment Statistics and Trade Unions," American Federationist
Apr. 1927

Box 34
"The Club's Organization," [written for Women's City Club Bulletin]
4 May 1927

Box 34
"Measuring Employment in a Municipality," National Municipal Review
May 1927

Box 34
"How the United States Can Aid the International Labor Organization Through Research," American Labor Legislation Review
June 1927

Box 34
"Financial Incentives: An Inseparable Part of the Task of Management," Taylor Society
June 1927

Box 34
"How to Manage," The Volunteer
Aug. 1927

Box 34
"What Will You Do Next?," American Federationist
Sept. 1927

Box 34
"Behind the Scenes in Candy Factories," Life and Labor Bulletin
May 1928

Box 34: folder 8
"Unemployment in Passaic," Department of Worker's Education,
May 1928

Box 34
"A Plan for the Survey of the Teaching of the Social Sciences," Smith Alumnae Quarterly
May 1928

Box 34
"Recent Gains in Industrial Relations," The World Tomorrow
May 1928

Box 34
"Labor and Institutions for Social Research," The Journal of Electrical Workers and Operators
Sept. 1928

Box 34
"Cambridge, England Conference of the International Industrial Relations Association," [written for Women's City Club Magazine]
9 Nov. 1928

Box 34
"Beziehungen Zwischen Sozialer Forschung und Sozialer Arbeit in den Vereinigten Staaten," Slätter des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes
1928

Box 34
"Social Research and Industry, Progress
Jan.-Mar. 1929

Box 34
"Shall We Count the Unemployed?," Graphic Survey
Apr. 1929

Box 34
"Unemployment and the Census," Engineering and Mining Journal
18 May 1929

Box 34
"Human Relations in a Scientific Organization of Industry," Factory and Industrial Management
Oct. 1929

Box 34
"Social Research in Industry,"
1929

Box 34
"Human Relations in the Scientific Organization of Work," Fourth International Congress on Scientific Organization of Work
1929

Box 34
"Die Weltwirtschaftliche Grundlegung für Bestgestaltung der Arbeit in Betrieben," Neue Nachbarschaft,
Jan. 1930

Box 34: folder 9
"A French Labor Leader Interpret Scientific Management," [written for Bulletin of the Taylor Society]
13 Feb. 1930

Box 34
"At Filene's: Vicissitudes in the Share of Employes in Management," Graphic Survey
Feb. 1930

Box 34
"America's Unemployment Puzzle," [written for North American Review]
17 Mar. 1930

Box 34
"Employment or Unemployment-That is the Question," American Labor Legislation Review
Mar. 1930

Box 34
"The Art Workshop: For the Art of Living," Smith Alumnae Quarterly
May 1930

Box 34
"The College Settlement: Forerunner of the Art Workshop," in The Art Workshop-The First Year, 1929-1930
circa 1930

Box 34
"The Federal Unemployment Census of 1930," American Statistical Association
Mar. 1931

Box 34: folder 10
"Toward a National Employment Service," The Survey
15 Apr. 1931

Box 34
"A Blow to Labor," [written for The Survey]
23 Mar. 1931

Box 34
"Social Economic Planning in the U.S.S.R.," preface to America Reprint of Report Prepared for the 1931 World Social Economic Congress
30 Oct. 1931

Box 34
"Planning and the World Paradox," Survey Graphic
Nov. 1931

Box 34
Le Congrès D'Aménagement Économique et Social, Bulletin International du Service Social
Dec. 1931

Box 34
"The Personnel Manager in the World Workshop," The Personnel Journal
Dec. 1931

Box 34
"Social Planning and Social Work," [written for Survey Graphic]
12 Jan. 1932

Box 34: folder 11
"Planning to End Unemployment," Survey Graphic
Mar. 1932

Box 34
"The Task of a Trustee," Smith Alumnae Quarterly
May 1932

Box 34
"Changes Toward Social Control: What Have We Done About the Social Ideals?," The Woman's Press
July 1932

Box 34
"A Planned Economy As a National Economic Objective for Social Work," The Compass
May 1933

Box 34: folder 12
"Scientific Management in the Second Five Year Plan," Soviet Russia Today
June 1933

Box 34
"Prosperity Through Scarcity: The Status of the Workers Under the NRA," Common Sense
Sept. 1933

Box 34
"NIRA versus PIATILETKA: Can Capitalism Plan?," Soviet Russia Today
Sept. 1933

Box 34
"Comrade Conductor to the Intellectuals of America," [written for Soviet Russia Today]
16 Nov. 1933

Box 34
"Dictatorships and Democracy," Soviet Russia Today
Nov. 1933

Box 34
"Racial Conflict and Economic Competition: Some Observations on Hitlerism,"
Feb. 1934

Box 35: folder 1
"Economic Security for the Professional," The Bulletin for the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists and Technicians
Feb. 1934

Box 35
"Should Social Workers Unionize?," Better Times
12 Mar. 1934

Box 35
"An Open Letter from Mary van Kleeck," Social Work Today
Mar. 1934

Box 35
"Common Goals of Labor And Social Work," Social Work Today
May 1934

Box 35
"Inter-Professional Action for Social Insurance," The Monthly Review
June 1934

Box 35
"Our Illusions Regarding Government," The Survey
June 1934

Box 35
"Women In Industry," [written for Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences],
July 1934

Box 35
"The Workers' Bill For Unemployment and Social Insurance," New Republic
12 Nov. 1934

Box 35
"Security for Americans IV: The Workers' Bill for Unemployment and Social Insurance," The New Republic
12 Dec. 1934

Box 35
"Social Workers and Social Security," Better Times
7 Jan. 1935

Box 35: folder 2
"What Price Unemployment Insurance?, Common Sense
Feb. 1935

Box 35
"Interprofessional Co-Operation for Social Security," [written for American Federation of Teachers]
10 Aug. 1935

Box 35
"A Planned Economy," Soviet Russia Today
Nov. 1935

Box 35
"Trade-Union Methods for Social Workers," [written for Social Work Today]
16 Dec. 1935

Box 35
"Sources of Power for the Social Work Program: Do We Need a Labor Party?," Social Work Today
Dec. 1935

Box 35
"An Outline of Principles As Submitted to a Committee of Social Workers," Unemployment Insurance Review
1935

Box 35
"The Social Challenge to University Women," Journal of the American Association of University Women
Jan. 1936

Box 35: folder 3
"United Action for Social Security," [written for the New Masses]
27 Mar. 1936

Box 35
"Labor Laws for Women," The Woman Today
Mar. 1936

Box 35
"National Economic Backgrounds for Interracial Cooperation," Spelman Messenger
May 1936

Box 35
"Today's Challenge to the Professions: The People's Needs and the Coming Elections," IPA News Bulletin
Sept. 1936

Box 35
"In Defense of Social Work Principles," Social Work Today
6 Oct. 1936

Box 35
"I am Supporting the American Labor Party…," [written for The New Republic]
21 Oct. 1936

Box 35
"I Vote for the Labor Party," The Witness
29 Oct. 1936

Box 35
"What I Expect of Roosevelt," The Nation,
14 Nov. 1936

Box 35
"Inter-Professional Action," The Screen Guild
Dec. 1936

Box 35
"The Women's Charter," The Woman Today
Feb. 1937

Box 35: folder 4
"The Future of American Minorities," The Friend
29 July 1937

Box 35
"Soviet Planning," Soviet Russia Today
Nov. 1937

Box 35
"Economic Orientation of the Professions in the United States," [written for Futuro]
19 Sept. 1938

Box 35
"Trade Unions and Soviet Security," Soviet Russia Today
Nov. 1938

Box 35
"Comment for Christian Science Monitor on the problem of Jewish refugees in the United States,"
29 Dec. 1938

Box 35
"Industrial Democracy and World Peace," Church League of Industrial DemocracyMonthly Bulletin
Feb. 1939

Box 35: folder 5
"What is Fascism?," Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Aug. 1939

Box 35
Unidentified fragment
circa Autumn 1939

Box 35
"Postscript on Finland," Social Work Today
27 Dec. 1939

Box 35
"World Democracy Needs the Soviet Union," Soviet Russia Today
Oct. 1940

Box 35
"Social Work in the World Crisis," in Social Work, Peace and the People's Well-Being
1941

Box 35
"What Christianity Requires," The Witness
1 May 1941

Box 35
"Resources for Life," The Witness,
8 May 1941

Box 35
"The Church and the War," The Witness,
15 May 1941

Box 35
"Prisoner Number 60140: A Social Case Record," The Witness
16 Apr. 1942

Box 35
"Labor's Contribution to Production," American Labor Legislative Review
June 1942

Box 35
"Technology Challenges Women's Education," Pi Lambda Theta Journal
Mar. 1943

Box 35: folder 6
"The Beveridge Plan For Child and Teacher, Progressive Education
Apr. 1943

Box 35
"British Plan for Social Security," Lawyer's Guild Review
Jan.-Feb. 1943

Box 35
"A Soviet Woman to an American Woman," Soviet Russia Today
May 1943

Box 35
"After the Strikes-What?," The Witness
8 July 1943

Box 35
"Labor Relations in the U.S. Coal Industry," Public Affairs,
Autumn 1943

Box 35
"The New Promise of American Life," Pi Lambda Theta Journal,
Dec. 1943

Box 35
"Community Organizations for Post-War Employment," [Unpublished]
4 Feb. 1944

Box 35
"Women Workers," Mechanical Engineering
Feb. 1944

Box 35
"The Soviets and the New Technology," Survey Graphic
Feb. 1944

Box 35
"Planning and Reconstruction," U.S.S.R. in Reconstruction,
26 May 1944

Box 35
"Social Work on the Industrial Frontier," The Compass
Nov. 1944

Box 35
Statement on the position of the Society for the Advancement of Management in the Current Labor-Management Crisis, News Bulletin,
Jan. 1946

Box 35: folder 7
"Soviet Reconstruction," Soviet Russia Today
May 1946

Box 35
"Introduction," Synthese
May-June 1946

Box 35
"Our Unsocial Foreign Policy," STAFF
May 1947

Box 35
"Today's Imperialism," Bulletin of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth
Spring 1947

Box 35
"Atomic Energy: Opportunity for International Cooperation," Soviet Russia Today
Aug. 1947

Box 35
"Changing Economic Structure: As Affecting Relations Between the United States and the Soviet Union," Bulletin of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth
23 Nov. 1947

Box 35
"Food Without Politics for Europe," Super-Ego
Feb. 1948

Box 35
"The Technological Basis for National Development and Its Implications for International Development: A Statement of Guiding Principles for Study of Resources for Optimum Living Standards,"
1948

Box 35
"Disarmament for Social Needs," Swords into Plowshares
Jan. 1949

Box 35
"Social Change for Human Needs: Today's Christian Imperative," Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania: Episcopal Church Publishing Company[2 typed drafts]
Dec. 1951

Box 35
"Christianity and Atomic Energy: Appeals to End Bomb Tests," The Witness
16 Feb. 1956

Box 35
"Christianity and Atomic Energy: International Effort to Ban Weapons," The Witness
23 Feb. 1956

Box 35
"Christianity and Atomic Energy: Obstacles to International Agreement," The Witness
1 Mar. 1956

Box 35
"Christianity and Atomic Energy: For Peace Only," The Witness
8 Mar. 1956

Box 35
"Peace Through International Trade In A Changing World," Public Ownership in the United States
May 1961

Box 35
"World Trade and National Liberation," Worldwide Trade for Peace: An Appeal for International Economic Unity
1964

Box 35
"Democracy in a Co-operative Society," Progressive Education Booklet, no. 1
n.d.

Box 35: folder 8
"The Federal Unemployment Census of 1930," Mar. supplement of the American Statistical Journal
n.d.

Box 35
"Social Research and Industry," n.p.
n.d.

Box 35
Short stories
1904, n.d.

Box 35: folder 9



List of speeches given
1910-17

Box 35: folder 10
"Industrial Citizenship for Women," notes, Women's City Club, Cincinnati
30 Nov. 1918

Box 35: folder 11
"Women in Hazardous Occupations," notes, Safety Congress, Syracuse
3 Dec. 1918

Box 35
"Women's Invasion of Industry and Changes in Protective Standards," notes, Annual Meeting, American Academy of Political Science, Columbia University
6 Dec. 1918

Box 35
Untitled notes, Women's Trade Union League, Washington, D.C.
16 Dec. 1918

Box 35
"Women Workers in the Period of Reconstruction," notes, Annual Meeting, American Association for Labor Legislation, Richmond, Virginia
28 Dec. 1918

Box 35
Untitled notes, Congressional Women's Club, Washington, D.C.
3 Jan. 1919

Box 35
"Home Work and Industrial Work," notes, Department of Agriculture, State Relations Group, Washington, D.C.
4 Dec. 1919

Box 35
Untitled speech, U.S. Employment Service Luncheon, Washington, D.C.
14 Jan. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Annual Meeting, Consumers' League of Eastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
22 Jan. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Conference of Committee on Women in Industry, Columbus, Ohio
27 Jan. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Opening of Conference in Indianapolis on Woman in Industry Service
28 Jan. 1919

Box 35
"College Women and the Labor Problem," notes, Smith College Club, Washington, D.C.
11 Feb. 1919

Box 35
"Women in Industry," notes, U.S. Employment Service
15 Feb. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Maryland Equal Suffrage Association, Baltimore
16 Feb. 1919

Box 35
"Women in Labor," notes, Conference on Problems of Negro Labor, Washington, D.C.
17 Feb. 1919

Box 35
"National and Local Standards for Women's Work," notes, Business Women's Club, Lexington, KY
8 Mar. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Conference of Social Workers, Louisville, KY
10 Mar. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Annual Meeting, Consumer's League, Louisville, KY
10 Mar. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Meeting at Young Women's Christian Association, Minneapolis, MN
14 Mar. 1919

Box 35
"Suffragists and Industrial Democracy," Jubilee Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, St. Louis, MOprinted by National Woman's Suffrage Publishing Company, Inc.
Mar. 1919,

Box 35
Untitled notes, Mass meeting, Duluth, MN
16 Mar. 1919

Box 35
"The College and the Labor Problem," notes, Smith College, Northampton, MA
21 Mar. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Civic Club of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh
26 Mar. 1919

Box 35
"Future of Women in Industry," notes, Women's City Club, Cleveland
31 Mar. 1919

Box 35
"Political and Industrial Position of Women, notes, Men's Bible Class, Church of the Covenant
6 Apr. 1919

Box 35
"The Changes in Attitude Toward Women in Industry Because of the War," notes, Hibernian Hall mass meeting
8 Apr. 1919

Box 35
"Work of Woman in Industry Service Regarding Negro Women Wage-Earners," Zion Hall
8 Apr. 1919

Box 35
"The Changes in Social Life and in the Position and Responsibility of Women Worked by the Close of the War," notes, Ashley Hall, Chapel exercises, Charleston, SC
9 Apr. 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Federal Employe's Union Quarterly Meeting, Local No.
2, 18 Apr. 1919

Box 35
"The New Spirit in Industry," Toledo Consumers Leagueprinted by Toledo Consumers League
3 May 1919,

Box 35
Untitled notes, Fortnightly Club, Summit, NJ
7 May 1919

Box 35
"Women's Part in Reconstruction," notes, Annual Meeting, Interstate Industrial Arts Association, Washington, DC
10 May 1919

Box 35
Untitled notes, Women Voters' League, Conference on Labor, Washington, DC
19 May 1919

Box 35
"The New Industrial Position of Women," Detroit
Oct. 1919

Box 35
"The Task of Working Women in the International Congress," First International Congress of Working Women, Washington, DC
Oct. 1919

Box 35
"Women in Industry," notes, Women's Alliance, Unity Congregational Society, Mount Morris Baptist Church
19 Dec. 1919

Box 35
"The Democratic Spirit in Industry," introduction to four speeches
1920

Box 35
"Relation of the Young Women's Christian Association to the Problems of Labor," YWCA Convention, Cleveland
1920

Box 35
"The Responsibility of the Church for Unemployment," Conference on Unemployment of the Clergy of the Diocese of New York
20 Nov. 1921

Box 35: folder 12
"Economic Reasons for Women in Industry Laws," taken from speech given to National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs
Jan. 1922

Box 35
"Labor Laws and Opportunities for Women," National Convention of Business and Professional Women, July 1921, printed in Association Monthly
Jan. 1922

Box 35
Untitled Statement on women working at night, Passaic, NJ
10 Feb. 1922

Box 35
"Industrial Basis of Social Work," Delaware Conference of Social Work
17 Feb. 1922

Box 35
"Industrial and Economic Problems," Consumers' League of Delaware
Feb. 1922

Box 35
"Industrial Basis for Social Work," Chicago Social Service Club
14 Mar. 1922

Box 35
"The Relation of the Parish to Labor Problems," notes, St. Paul's Church, Paterson, NJ
2 Apr. 1922

Box 35
"Women in Industry," notes, The Women's Missionary Society, Pelham Manor, NY
15 May 1922

Box 35
"Can Governmental Labor Bureaus Affect the Causes of Industrial Unrest?," Conference of Association of Government Labor Officials, Harrisonburg, PA
24 May 1922

Box 35
Untitled Address, Mass Meeting of Trade Unions
11 Sept. 1922

Box 35
"Labor and the Community," Portland, OR
11 Sept. 1922

Box 35
"The Moral Challenge of Industry," General Convention of the Protestant


Box 35
Episcopal Church
Sept. 1922

Box 35
"What Contribution Has Our Church to Make to the Improvement of Human Relations in Industry,"
Sept. 1922

Box 35
"The Church and Industrial Relations," Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, CT
19 Nov. 1922

Box 35
"A Plan for the Collection of Current Periodic Statistics of Employment," Pennsylvania Conference on Administration of Labor Laws
27 Nov. 1922

Box 35
"Children in an Industrial Community," notes, Englewood, NJ Women's Club
4 Dec. 1922

Box 35
Untitled notes, Federation for Placement Work, Boston
12 Dec. 1922

Box 35
"What Industry Means to Women in Industry," corrected transcript, Women's Industrial Conference, Washington, DC
11 Jan. 1923

Box 35: folder 13
"Professional Standards in their Relation to Fundamentals in Social Work," notes, New York School of Social Work, New York
14 Mar. 1923

Box 35
"Labor Legislation for Women,"
circa 1923

Box 35
"Changing Economic Position of Women," notes for course on "Modern Problems in the Light of Christian Conscience," New York Church Institute, New York
21 Jan. 1924

Box 35
"Christian Approach to the Solution of Industrial Problems," notes, Church Congress, Boston[also includes statement from press release]
1 May 1924

Box 35
"The Child Labor Amendment," Consumers' League of New York, Women's Civic Club, Utica, NY
29 Oct. 1924

Box 35
Untitled remarks, Annual Business Meeting of the Taylor Society
4 Dec. 1924

Box 35
"Child Labor Amendment," notes, League of Women Voters, Short Hills, NJ
9 Jan. 1925

Box 35
"Equal Rights Cannot be Won by Constitutional Amendment,"
5 Feb. 1925

Box 35
Remarks in Honor of Mrs. Edward MacDowell, the first recipient of the Pictorial Review Annual Achievement Award, National Arts Club
28 Feb. 1925

Box 35
Remarks on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Flushing High School
14 May 1925

Box 35
"What Industry Can Do to Raise Standards of Work for Women," Conference on Women in Industry, Harrisburg, PAtyped and printed copies
8 Dec. 1925:

Box 35
"Modern Industry and Society," Women's Industrial Conference, Women's Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington, DC
19 Jan. 1926

Box 36: folder 1
"Justice: Towards a Solution of Our Social Problems," Annual Meeting of Association to Promote Proper Housing for Girls
16 Feb. 1926

Box 36
"The Effect of Labor Laws Upon Women in Industry: A Problem for Investigation," Convention of Association of Governmental Labor Officials, Columbus, OH
8 June 1926

Box 36
"The Necessity of Perfecting the Interview as a Method of Research," notes, Taylor Society, New York
10 Dec. 1926

Box 36
Discussion of paper by Leifur Magnusson, "International Competition and Labor Standards," Joint Meeting of American Association for Labor Legislation and American Economic Association, St. Louis, MO
28 Dec. 1926

Box 36
Remarks following presentation of paper by Elliott Dunlap Smith, "Financial Incentives," New York Metropolitan Section of the Taylor Society, New York
14 Apr. 1927

Box 36
"Social Research and Industry," typed and printed, First International Conference of Social Work, Paris
12 July 1928

Box 36
"The Economic Basis of World Peace," Walmer Road Baptist Church, Toronto, Canada
13 Oct. 1929

Box 36
Discussion of Dr. Person's "The New Challenge to Scientific Management,"


Box 36: folder 2
Taylor Society
Dec. 1930

Box 36
"The Federal Unemployment Census of 1930," Joint meeting of the American Statistical Association and the American Association for Labor Legislation, Cleveland, OH
30 Dec. 1930

Box 36
"Unemployment Insurance," notes, American Association of Social Workers
10 Feb. 1931

Box 36
Untitled remarks, National Social Work Council
Apr. 1931

Box 36
"Employment Statistics," Annual Meeting of the Association of Governmental Officials in Industry, Boston
20 May 1931

Box 36
"When and How Should This Be Done?," Department of Christian Social Service of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Conference of Social Workers, Milwaukee
22 June 1931

Box 36
"Introductory Address," International Industrial Relations Association, Amsterdam
Aug. 1931

Box 36
"The New Significance of Standards of Living," Women's Trade Union League, Bryn Mawr Collegetyped press release; printed in Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin
5 Dec. 1931: 6 Dec. 1931 Feb. 1932

Box 36: folder 3
"Unemployment and the Banks," Mid-Atlantic division of the ABW, New York, 18 Dec. 1931; printed, A.B.W. News,
Jan. 1932

Box 36
"Social Economic Planning," Foundation for the Advancement of the Social Sciences of the University of Denver, Denver
20 Feb. 1932

Box 36
"Community Planning to End Unemployment," City Club, Denver
3 Feb. 1932

Box 36
"Security of Employment: The Objective for Labor's Program," Organized Labor's Council of Action of the Rocky Mountain States
14 Mar. 1932

Box 36
"Changes Toward Social Control," transcript, Biennial Convention of the National YWCA, Minneapolis
6 May 1932

Box 36
"Social Planning and Social Work," Division V of the National Conference of Social Work
21 May 1932

Box 36
"Economic Planning and Social Control," opening session of Bryn Mawr Summer School, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
11 June 1932

Box 36
"Opening Remarks," Second International Conference of Social Work
11 July 1932

Box 36
"Closing Remarks," Second International Conference of Social Work
14 July 1932

Box 36
"Report of Round Table Meetings," notes, Church League for Industrial Democracy, Executive Committee Meeting
21 Feb. 1933

Box 36: folder 4
"Soviet American Trade Relations," notes, New School for Social Research
23 Mar. 1933

Box 36
Untitled remarks, National Women's Trade Union League annual meeting
27 Mar. 1933

Box 36
Untitled notes, Council of Social Agencies, Philadelphia
28 Mar. 1933

Box 36
"The Economic-Political Construction of the Soviet Society," notes and remarks, Smith College Why Club, Northampton, MA
7 Apr. 1933

Box 36
"World Social Economic Planning," notes, Graduate Economic Club, Columbia University
20 Apr. 1933

Box 36
"A Planned Economy," transcript, Conference on National Economic Objectives for Social Work, New York
22 Apr. 1933

Box 36
"Observations on Scientific Management in the Soviet Union," extracts, Taylor Society, New York; printed as "Observations on Management in the Soviet Union," Taylor Society, Apr. 1933
8 Dec. 1932

Box 36
"Will the Proposed National Legislative Program Liquidate Unemployment and Prevent Recurrence of Similar Periods?," Colorado Labor Institute
5 June 1933

Box 36
"Union-Management Co-Operation Under Socialized Control as the Machinery for Social Economic Planning," Colorado State Federation of Labor, Colorado Springs
7 June 1933

Box 36
Untitled draft, Denver Trades and Labor Assembly, Denver
14 June 1933

Box 36
"NIRA versus PIATILETKA,"
Aug. 1933

Box 36: folder 5
"Meeting on the NRA," notes, Social Workers' Discussion Club, New York
19 Oct. 1933

Box 36
Remarks for Symposium on anniversary of Roosevelt's election
4 Nov. 1933

Box 36
Untitled notes, League of Women Voters, Akron, OH
10 Nov. 1933

Box 36
"The Workers' Struggle in the Public Interest," notes, draft, Rubber Tire Workers Union, Akron, OH
11 Nov. 1933

Box 36
"The Workers Freedom and the NRA," Hungry Club, Pittsburgh
13 Nov. 1933

Box 36
"Widening Horizons of Social Responsibility in American Life," notes and typescript, 40th Anniversary of the Kingsley House, Pittsburgh, 28 Nov. 1933; printed in "Kingsley and the Settlement Movement,"
1933

Box 36
Notes and untitled speech on the NRA, American Federation of Hosiery Workers, Reading, PA
10 Dec. 1933

Box 36
"Conflict and Controversy in the NRA," notes, American Youth Club
22 Dec. 1933

Box 36
"Education and the Economic Crisis," notes, Brookwood Labor College, NJ
9 Jan. 1934

Box 36: folder 6
"New Deals in Industry," notes, League for Mutual Aid, NY
17 Jan. 1934

Box 36
"Phases of Economic Readjustment," Wellesley Club Luncheon
17 Feb. 1934

Box 36
"Labor's Rights in the NRA," American Civil Liberties Union (broadcast by CBS)
19 Feb. 1934

Box 36
"What is Fascism?," excerpts, Smith College Club, New York, NY
6 Mar. [1934]

Box 36
Untitled speech, Women's Trade Union League, 27 Mar. 1934: extracts in press release
28 Mar. 1934

Box 36
"Socialization of Coal-Why and How," notes and typed, Taylor Society, New York; printed, "Planning for the Coal Industry," Taylor Society Bulletin, Nov. 1934
29 Mar. 1934

Box 36
"The Challenge of the New Deal," notes, National Urban League, Kansas City
20 May 1934

Box 36
"The Effect of the NRA on Labor," National Conference of Social Work, Kansas City
25 May 1934

Box 36
"The Common Goals of Labor and Social Work," National Conference of Social Work, Kansas City
26 May 1934

Box 36
"Our Illusions Regarding Government," National Conference of Social Work, Kansas City
May 1934

Box 36
"The Workers' Struggle for Power in America," notes and summary of remarks, Labor Institute, Colorado Federation of Labor
4 June 1934

Box 36: folder 7
"Can Codes of Fair Competition Bring the Desired Results Without Labor Representation?," Labor Institute, Colorado Federation of Labor, Pueblo, CO
5 June 1934

Box 36
"Economic Insecurity: A Common Problem for Professional and Industrial Workers," notes, Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians, Denver
8 June 1934

Box 36
Untitled speech, Interprofessional Association for Social Insurance, Chicago
11 June 1934

Box 36
Untitled speech on the Interprofessional Association for Social Insurance, New York
27 June 1934

Box 36
"New Frontiers for America," Abraham Lincoln High School, Brooklyn
27 June 1934

Box 36
"How Shall We End Unemployment?," notes and typescript, New York State Conference of Social Work, Albany
18 Oct. 1934

Box 36
"Social Economic Planning for the United States: Resources, Objectives, and Prerequisites," abstract, IRI Regional Conference on Social Economic Planning
26 Nov. 1934

Box 36
Announcements and introductions, IRI meeting on Economic Planning in the Socialist State, New York
3 Dec. 1934

Box 36
"Economic Security for the American People," National Congress for Unemployment and Social Insurance, Washington, DC
5 Jan. 1935

Box 36: folder 8
"Education and Social Economic Planning in the United States," summary, Progressive Education Association Annual National Conference, Washington, DC
23 Feb. 1935

Box 36
"Federal Legislation for Security," Barnard College
26 Mar. 1935

Box 36
"In Defense of Civil Liberties-Against Attacks on Workers' United Action," draft, Mass meeting called by American League Against War and Fascism and American Civil Liberties Union, Madison Square Garden, New York
3 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"Security for the White Collar Worker," notes, Office Workers' Union
5 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"Social Work and the Programs for Security," notes, American Association of Social Workers, Harrisburg, PA
16 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"Social Work and Economic Security," notes, American Association of Social Workers and the Friday Club, Columbus, OH
20 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"A Social Security Program for the Professions," notes and typed, Cleveland
20 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"Economic Planning in the United States," notes, Cleveland
22 Apr. 1935

Box 36
Untitled speech, American Association of University Women, Anderson, IN
26 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"Is Insecurity Inevitable?," printed, Interprofessional Association for Social Insurance, Chicago
27 Apr. 1935

Box 36
"America's Resources for Social Security," California Conference of Social Work, San Francisco
8 May 1935

Box 36
"Social Security or What?" Toronto
7 June 1935

Box 37: folder 1
"Sources of Power for the Social Work Programme," National Co-ordinating Committee of Rank and File Groups of Social Workers, Montreal
10 June 1935

Box 37
"Governmental Intervention in the Labor Movement," National Conference of Social Work, Montreal
11 June 1935

Box 37
"The Trade Union and a Labor Party," Hartford Central Labor Union
30 June 1935

Box 37
Discussion on the USSR
June 1935

Box 37
"The Indispensable Conditions for a Labor Party," American Federation of Labor Committee for Organizing a Connecticut Labor Party, Hartford
11 Aug. 1935

Box 37
"The Basis for Professional Organization Today," Inter-Professional Conference
18 Dec. 1935

Box 37
"Economic Foundations of Ethical Progress," Community Church, Boston
26 Jan. 1936

Box 37: folder 2
"Women, Men and the Professions," notes, New York Public Library Staff Association
30 Jan. 1936

Box 37
"American Labor Movement in the Present Industrial Depression," notes, Smith College
9 Mar. 1936

Box 37
"A Social Economic Program for the Professions," notes, Dartmouth College
11 Mar. 1936

Box 37
"National Economic Background for Interracial Cooperation," notes and typescript, Spelman College, Atlanta
11 Apr. 1936

Box 37
"The Need for Organization for Adequate Relief," notes, New York City Projects Council Convention
25 Apr. 1936

Box 37
"The Future of the Professions in America," typescript and printed, Ethical Culture Society
25 Apr. 1936

Box 37
"The Professions Must Choose," notes
24 Apr. 1936

Box 37
"Fascism and Social Work: An Economic and Political Analysis of Fascism," notes and typescript, National Conference of Social Work, Atlantic City, NJ
27 May 1936

Box 37
"National Economics Backgrounds for Interracial Cooperation,"
[May 1936]

Box 37
"The Economic Future of Races and Minority Groups in the United States," notes, Institute of Race Relations, Swarthmore College
13 July 1936

Box 37
"Creative America," notes, IPA, Washington, D.C.
22 Jan. 1937

Box 37: folder 3
"Women's Charter," notes and summary, National Women's Press Club, Washington, DC
16 Feb. 1937

Box 37
"Democracy in a Co-operative Society," notes, Progressive Education Association, St. Louis
25 Feb. 1937

Box 37
"Organized Social Action for Democracy," notes, Progressive Education Association, St. Louis
25 Feb. 1937

Box 37
"What is Democracy?" Community Church of Boston
28 Feb. 1937

Box 37
"The Future of Minorities in the United States," notes and typed, American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia
16 Mar. 1937

Box 37
"The Challenge of Social Work," notes and summary, American Association of Social Workers, Rochester, NY
5 Apr. 1937

Box 37
"Economic Aspects of Social Security," notes, Medical Students' Conference, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore
17 Apr. 1937

Box 37
"Progress and Reactions for Woman Today," notes, Woman Today's Open Meeting to consider the Women's Charter, New York
20 May 1937

Box 37
"Recent Themes on Standards of Living," Meeting of National Coordinating Committee of Social Service Employees Groups, Indianapolis
24 May 1937

Box 37
"Social Programs of Economic and Political Organizations of Labor," National Conference of Social Work, Indianapolis
27 May 1937

Box 37
"International Planning for Labor," notes and typescript, National Conference on Social Work, Indianapolis
29 May 1937

Box 37
"Labor Organizations," notes, Conference on Canadian American Affairs, Ontario
17 June 1937

Box 37: folder 4
"Social Security in the Professions," notes and summary, Organizing Committee to IPA Canada, Toronto
21 June 1937

Box 37
"New Developments in Workers' Organization," summary, Staff Association of Librarians and the American Library Association
25 June 1937

Box 37
"National, Religious, and Racial Rivalries in a Competitive Society," notes, Institute of Race Relations, Cheney State Teachers College, Cheney, PA
10 July 1937

Box 37
"Industrial Factors in International Relations," notes, Institute of Race Relations, Cheney State Teachers College, Cheney, PA
12 July 1937

Box 37
"International Industry and Race Relations," notes, Institute of Race Relations, Cheney State Teachers College, Cheney, PA
14 July 1937

Box 37
Untitled Statement on the Women's Charter, summary, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Atlantic City
23 July 1937

Box 37
"Human Relations in Industry, The Basis for World Peace," written on SS Queen Maryread at Adelynrood Conference
31 July 1937,

Box 37
"Untitled Discussion," transcript
12 Oct. 1937

Box 37
"The Ethics of Social Change," Friends' Council of Co-operating Committees, Philadelphia
Oct. 1937

Box 37
Untitled remarks, summary, Provisional Women's Charter Conference, Russell Sage Foundation, New York
18 Dec. 1937

Box 37
"Economic Planning," notes, American Russian Institute, New York
22 Jan. 1938

Box 37: folder 5
"Industry and Labor," notes, American Russian Institute, New York
22 Jan. 1938

Box 37
"Social Implications of Optimum Productivity," 38th Oxford Management Conference, Oxford, England
Spring 1938

Box 37
"Industrial Relations as the Basis for World Peace," excerpts, Flushing Peace Society, Long Island
17 May 1938

Box 37
"Can Social Economic Planning be Democratic?" notes and summary, League for Industrial Democracy, The Hague
10 June 1938

Box 37
"Conflict and Co-operation in Industry," summary, Friends' General Conference; printed summary, Friends' Intelligencer
25 June 1938 9 July 1938

Box 37
"The Nature of Recent Changes in the United States: A Study of Industrial Relations and Standards of Living in the Last Decade," IRI Study Conference
Sept. 1938

Box 37
"Labor and International Democracy," summary and transcript, Social Service Employees' Union, New York
16 Nov. 1938

Box 37
"Science and Democracy," printed abstract, Community Church of Boston
29 Jan. 1939

Box 37: folder 6
"Labor and World Democracy," Social Service Employes Union, New York, printed, Social Work Today
Jan. 1939

Box 37
"The Rise of the Democracy in Mexico," summary, College Club of Mountain Lakes, NJ
17 Feb. 1939

Box 37
"The Menace of Fascism to the United States," notes, Smith College Club of New York
6 Mar. 1939

Box 37
"The Enlarging Scope of Social Work and Its Challenge to Professional Organizations," notes, American Association of Social Workers
2 May 1939

Box 37
"Human Relations in Industry-Ethical and International Aspects," Joint Meeting of Smith College Association for Christian Work and the Alumnae Committee for Ginling College, China, Northampton, MA
11 June 1939

Box 37
"Social Workers in Defense of Democracy through Cooperation with Groups," notes and excerpts, National Council of Social Work, Buffalo, NY
21 June 1939

Box 37
"Social Work and the Church Facing the World Challenge," Episcopal Social Workers' Group and the New Jersey Welfare Council, Asbury Park, NJ
2 Dec. 1939

Box 37
"Social Work and the International Crisis," Social Work Today and the Social Service Employees Union, New York, 9 Nov. 1939; printed, Social Work Today,
Mar. 1940

Box 37: folder 7
"Social Consequences of Industrial Productivity," excerpts and summary, American Association for Labor Legislation, Philadelphia; printed, "Industrial Productivity and Labor Legislation," American Labor Legislation Review, June 1940
29 Dec. 1939

Box 37
"Democracy and Production," extracts, Community Church of Boston
28 Jan. 1940

Box 37
"Social Work in the World Crisis," Boston Committee for Social Work Today, Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston; printed Social Work Today, Mar. 1940
29 Jan. 1940

Box 37
"Can Social Reform Improve American Democracy?" notes, Community Church, New York
24 Mar. 1940

Box 37
"The Challenges of Technology to Citizenship," New Frontier in American Life Conference, Rochester
9 May 1940

Box 37
"The Social Consequences of Changing Methods of Production," National Conference of Social Work, Grand Rapids, MI, 27 May 1940; printed, Social Work Today
June-July 1940

Box 37
"Workers Rights and Living Standards in a World at War," notes and excerpts, Columbus Conference of Social Work
30 Sept. 1940

Box 37
"Overcoming Economic Barriers to World Peace," summary, Passaic Community Forum
11 Nov. 1940

Box 37
"Closing remarks," notes, National Defense Management Conference, Washington, DC, 15 Nov. 1940; printed, "Closure-Responsibility of Management Engineers in National Defense," Management and Defense: Proceedings…
Nov. 1940

Box 37
"What Does Christianity Require of British and American Democracy?" Church League for International Democracy, New Haven, CT
23 Feb. 1941

Box 37: folder 8
"Women as Workers and Consumers in a Defense Economy," notes, New Jersey Women's Trade Union League, Patterson, NJ
15 Feb. 1941

Box 37
"Toward Democracy for Africa," notes for introductory remarks, Council on African Affairs
8 Mar. 1941

Box 37
"Gains and Deficiencies in the General Welfare," excerpts and transcript, Conference to Maintain and Extend Social Services, New York School of Social Work
29 Mar. 1941

Box 37
"The Social Economic Problems of Industrial Relations," notes, New Jersey College for Women
15 Apr. 1941

Box 37
"Progress and Retrogression in the General Welfare," notes, West Harlem Council of Social Agencies, New York
2 May 1941

Box 37
"World Democracy Needs the Soviet Union," summary, Council of Soviet Relations, Madison Square Garden, New York
2 July 1941

Box 37
"Progress and Retrogression in the General Welfare," notes and typescript, New York State Conference of Negro Social Workers, Buffalo, NY
23 Oct. 1941

Box 37
What is Happening to Social Gains of the Last Ten Years?" American Public Health Association, Atlantic City, 15 Oct., 1941; printed, American Journal of Public Health
Dec. 1941

Box 37
"The Trade Unions in American Democracy," Boston Community Church
23 Nov. 1941

Box 37
"How Shall American Labor Standards and Security be Safeguarded Now and During the Post-War Emergency?," notes, American Association for Labor Legislation
30 Dec. 1941

Box 37
"Trade Unions in American Democracy," notes, Church League for Industrial Democracy
6 Jan. 1942

Box 37
Untitled notes, Annual Conference of Department of Christian Social Relations of Diocese of Rhode Island, Providence
5 May 1942

Box 37
"Each Worker's Contribution to a World of United Workers," Adelynrood Social Justice Conference
14-17 Aug. 1942

Box 37
"Freedom from Fear," notes and excerpts, Jewish Community House Forum, Bensonhurst, NY
17 Nov. 1942

Box 37
"Education and Industry," notes, Teacher's College, Pi Lambda Theta
11 Dec. 1942

Box 37
"Women in the War Situation," notes and excerpts, Conference on Special Problems of Women in Industry During the War, New York Women's Trade Union
12 Dec. 1942

Box 37
"What Plans can be Made Now to Avoid the Social and Economic Stress of Post-War Readjustments?" notes and excerpts, American Labor Party Progressive Committee, Brooklyn Conference on Legislation in Wartime
23 Jan. 1943

Box 38: folder 1
"The Bevridge Plan-Its Practical Significance for the United States," National Lawyers Guild, Chicago
21 Feb. 1943

Box 38
"Women's Work During the War," notes, Boston Women's Trade Union League
20 Mar. 1940

Box 38
"Has Social Work a Program for War Time and its Aftermath?," notes, Boston Monthly Lunch Club
22 Mar. 1943

Box 38
"Women's Work and Race Relations," notes, Woman's Auxiliary to the Episcopal Diocese, Newark, NJ
7 Apr. 1943

Box 38
Untitled notes, Russell Sage Foundation Conference on Social Work and War Industry
8 Apr. 1943

Box 38
"Social Security," notes, YWCA-YMCA Forum, Newburgh, NY
4 May 1943

Box 38
"Social Work in the New World Situation," Joint Committee of Trade Unions in Social Work, and the National Conference of Social Work, Cleveland
26 May 1943

Box 38
"The New International Friendship," notes and excerpts, Regional Conference of Zonta International, Trenton, NJ
16 Oct. 1943

Box 38
"Christian Principles in the Use of Natural Resources," notes and outline, School of Christian Education
26 Oct. 1943

Box 38
"The New Promise of American Life," Commencement of New Jersey State Teachers' College, Trenton
15 Jan. 1944

Box 38: folder 2
"The Farm and the Farm Home in the Post-War World," Women's Meeting, New Jersey Farmers' Week, Trenton
27 Jan. 1944

Box 38
"Technology and Livelihood," notes, Hull House, Chicago
12 Apr. 1944

Box 38
"Public Assistance in a Program of Community Welfare," excerpts, Iowa Welfare Association, Annual Meeting of Public Workers, Des Moines
14 Apr. 1944

Box 38
"Community Organizations for Employment and Living Standards," notes, New Brunswick, NJ
11 May 1944

Box 38
"Post War Community Planning and Its Influence on Our Homes," notes and excerpts, Mother's Service Club, USO, New Brunswick, NJ
11 May 1944

Box 38
"Technology and Livelihood," Institute on Full Employment in the Post-War Period, Labors' Educational Center, Boston
20 May 1944

Box 38
"World Production for Living Standards," dialogue with Mary Fleddérus, Labor Day Conference of World Fellowship, Inc., Conway, NH
4 Sept. 1944

Box 38
"Post-War Production and Living Standards," Woodstock Discussion Group
17 Sept. 1944

Box 38
"Education for Tomorrow," notes and summary, New Jersey Education Association
10 Nov. 1944

Box 38
"Soviet Economy," notes, American Russian Institute
15 Nov. 1944

Box 38
"Annual Wage," notes, Society for Advancement of Management, New York
19 Jan. 1945

Box 38: folder 3
Notes on Konstantin Oumansky, Oumansky Memorial Meeting, American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists, and Scientists
8 Feb. 1945

Box 38
"The Church's Responsibility Toward Racial Groups," Adelynrood, New York Chapter Meeting
17 Mar. 1945

Box 38
"The Church and Labor," notes, Diocesan Council, Diocese of Long Island, Department of Christian Social Relations, Brooklyn
22 Apr. 1945

Box 38
"The New Technology: Implications for the Unions," NYU School of Commerce
24 Apr. 1945

Box 38
"Social Economic Planning," notes, American Russian Institute
9 May 1945

Box 38
"The Labor Movement and the Healing of Nations," Adelynrood Conference on Religion as Therapy
9 Sept. 1945

Box 38
"Cartels," notes for Woodstock discussion group
30 Sept. 1945

Box 38
"The Rise of a World Labor Movement," notes, Boston Community Church
27 Jan. 1946

Box 38: folder 4
"The New Challenge to Women Workers in Public Affairs," notes, Boston Women's Trade Union League
28 Jan. 1946

Box 38
"Soviet Reconstruction," notes, Massachusetts Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Boston
29 Jan. 1946

Box 38
"Human Relations in the Industrial Community," notes, Westchester Woman's Club, Civic Education Department
27 Feb. 1946

Box 38
"Towards an Industrial Society," notes and typescript, American Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Cleveland, 3 Mar. 1946; printed, American Sociological Review
Oct. 1946

Box 38
"Our Responsibility for Labor-Management Relations," notes, Cosmopolitan Club, Members' luncheon
26 Mar. 1946

Box 38
"The Implications for Full Employment for our Economic Structure," notes and excerpts, Pennsylvania Welfare Conference
9 Apr. 1946

Box 38
"Social Services for Industrial Workers," National Conference of Social Work, Buffalo
22 May 1946

Box 38
"Today's Imperialism," notes and excerpts, Woodstock Discussion Group
25 Aug. 1946

Box 38
"What Now for Women Workers?," notes, New York Women's Trade Union League
12 Oct. 1946

Box 38
"What Now for Women Workers?," notes, Millinery Designers, Foremen and Foreladies
18 Feb. 1947

Box 38: folder 5
"Oil and Democracy: Two Planks in an American Labor Party Program," notes, American Labor Party, New School for Social Research
23 Mar. 1947

Box 38
"The Union's Contribution to Professional Standards," notes and excerpts, Social Service Employee's Union
30 Apr. 1947

Box 38
Untitled notes, Citizens' Conference to Defend Labor
7 May 1947

Box 38
"The Industrial Basis of Social Conflict," notes, Boston Community Church
11 May 1947

Box 38
"The Industrial Basis of Social Conflict," notes, Woodstock Discussion Group
24 Aug. 1947

Box 38
"Changing Economic Structure as Affecting Relations Between the United States and the Soviet Union," notes and excerpts, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, New York
9 Nov. 1947

Box 38
"Unions for Living Standards," notes and excerpts, 7th Annual United Office and Professional Workers Convention, Brooklyn
1 Mar. 1948

Box 38: folder 6
"Social Workers' Standards for Political Action," introduction for address by Henry A. Wallace, on "Issues that Count in 1948," Joint Committee on Trade Unions In Social Work, Atlantic City
21 Apr. 1948

Box 38
"Labor's Need for World Peace," notes, Boston Trade Union League
8 May 1949

Box 38
"Religion and Social Change," notes and excerpts, Boston Community Church
9 May 1948

Box 38
"Education for Today's National Opportunity," notes, Putney School, Putney, Vermont
9 May 1948

Box 38
"The Responsibility of the Social Worker in Social and Political Action," notes and typescript, Student Chapter, Social Service Employee's Union
29 July 1948

Box 38
"Are American Natural Resources Being Utilized Efficiently?," notes, Putney School Conference, "How Serious is the Problem of Population and our Natural Resources?,"
13 Nov. 1948

Box 38
"Science, Religion and Social Progress," notes, Boston Community Church
12 Mar. 1950

Box 38
"Governor Dewey and the Legislature By-pass the People's Needs," notes, American Labor Party Forum
Apr. 1950

Box 38
"Social Change in the World Today," Episcopal League for Social Action, Seabury House
4 Sept. 1950

Box 38
"For Justice to the Rosenbergs: Implications of the Trial and Sentence for the Social Sciences in the United States," notes and excerpts, The Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg case, New York
12 Mar. 1952

Box 38
Untitled notes, American Labor Party, Kingston, NY
1 Nov. 1956

Box 38
"Social Welfare in the Federal Program," Panel on Social Welfare, National Lawyers Guild
23 Feb. 1957

Box 38
"The Place of the Intellectuals in the Workers Struggle," draft
n.d.

Box 38
Lectures



"The Problems of Women's Employment in Trades," student conference of the YWCA, Silver Bay, Lake George, NY
1910

Box 39: folder 1
"Women in Industry," student conference of the YWCA, Silver Bay, Lake George, NY
1911

Box 39: folder 2
"What is Democracy? Lectures After War and Before Peace,"
1919-1940

Box 39: folder 3
"The Ethics of Social Change," Friends' Council of Co-operating Committees, Philadelphia
1937

Box 39: folder 4
1931-47

Box 39: folder 5-6
Interviews
1929-53

Box 39: folder 7
Hearings



Labor
1916-19

Box 39: folder 8
Women's Bureau
1920

Box 39: folder 9
Economic issues


Box 39
Establishment of National Economic Council
1931

Box 39: folder 10
Miscellaneous
1931-35

Box 39: folder 11
H.R. 7598: Worker's Unemployment and Social Insurance Bill
1934-35

Box 39: folder 12
S 3475: Nation-wide System of Social Insurance
1936

Box 39: folder 13
H.R. 217: Tax Exempt Foundations
1955

Box 39: folder 14
Speaking engagement programs
1906-50, n.d.

Box 40: folder 1-9
Books reviewed by Mary van Kleeck
1917-50

Box 40: folder 10
Responses to Mary van Kleeck's articles
1911-13

Box 40: folder 11



General
1917-44

Box 40: folder 12
On Economic Planning
1935

Box 40: folder 13
Creative America,
1936-38

Box 40: folder 14
Miners and Management
1934, n.d.

Box 40: folder 15
Technology and Livelihood,
1944-46

Box 40: folder 16-17



Articles
1933-54

Box 40: folder 18
Creative America
1934-46

Box 40: folder 19
Technology and Livelihood


Box 40
Title Page and Contents
1940-42

Box 41: folder 1
Correspondence
1940-43

Box 41: folder 2
Forward
1941-42

Box 41: folder 3
Chapter
1, 1941-43

Box 41: folder 4
Chapter
3, 1941-43

Box 41: folder 5
Worksheets for Chapters 6 and 7
1930-43

Box 41: folder 6
Chapter
7, 1940-43

Box 41: folder 7
Chapter
8, 1940-42

Box 41: folder 8
Postscript
1941-42

Box 41: folder 9
Unused materials
1942

Box 41: folder 10
Publicity
1944

Box 41: folder 11
Optimum Productivity I



"The Impact of Change on Employment and Consumption," Chapter 6
1933-43

Box 42: folder 1
"Waste," Chapter 7
1923-40

Box 42: folder 2
"Restrictions & Fluctuations," Chapter 8
1941

Box 42: folder 3
"Deficiencies in Living Standards," Chapter 9
1934-45

Box 42: folder 4
"The Workshop," Chapter 9
1938-46

Box 42: folder 5
"Economic Organization," Chapter 10
1928-44

Box 42: folder 6
"Government," Chapter 11
1939-45

Box 42: folder 7
"Productivity for Standards of Living," Chapter 12
1940-43

Box 42: folder 8
Summation
1940-42

Box 42: folder 9
Administration of Productivity
1940-43

Box 42: folder 10
Machinery
1940-43

Box 42: folder 11
Bibliography and appendix
1940-42

Box 42: folder 12
Statistical supplement-census data
1938-42

Box 42: folder 13
Optimum Productivity II



Introduction
1944-47

Box 43: folder 1
"New Resources," Chapter 1
1935-45

Box 43: folder 2
"Electricity," Chapter 2
1940-41

Box 43: folder 3
National Labor Relations Board, Chapter 2
1947-48

Box 43: folder 4
"The Mineral Industries," Chapter 2
1941-42

Box 43: folder 5
"Chemistry & Raw Materials," Chapter 3
1940-41

Box 43: folder 6
"Unemployment," Chapter 3
1938-41, n.d.

Box 43: folder 7
"Construction," Chapter 4
1940-41

Box 43: folder 8
"Transport & Communications," Chapter 5
1940-41

Box 43: folder 9
"Economic Organization," Chapter 5
1939-44

Box 43: folder 10
"Retardation," Chapter 6
1942-45

Box 43: folder 11
"New Productivity for Optimum Living Standards," Chapter 7
1941-42

Box 43: folder 12
"Right to Strike," Chapter 8
1940-48

Box 43: folder 13
"Deficiencies in Living Standards," Chapter 9
1937-45

Box 43: folder 14
"Hours of Work and Speed," Chapter 11
1948

Box 43: folder 15
Statistics for Appendix
1943-48

Box 43: folder 16
Invitations to speak and write



General
1922-53

Box 43: folder 17
Civic Federation of Dallas


Box 43: folder 18
SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES
(1900-1961)





General
1924-57

Box 44: folder 1
Employment
1925-38

Box 44: folder 2
Labor
1930-42, n.d.

Box 44: folder 3
Lynching
1933-35, n.d.

Box 44: folder 4
New Deal
1933-35, n.d.

Box 44: folder 5
Unemployment statistics
1930-35

Box 44: folder 6
Agriculture



General
1932-44

Box 44: folder 7
Migrant workers
1940

Box 44: folder 8
Armaments
1920

Box 44: folder 9
1945-57

Box 44: folder 10-11
Automobile industry



General
1926-47, n.d.

Box 44: folder 12
Newspaper clippings
1935-47

Box 44: folder 13
Banking
1924

Box 44: folder 14
Barter
1932

Box 44: folder 15
Cartels
1927-36

Box 44: folder 16
1905-36

Box 44: folder 17
1939-50, n.d.

Box 44: folder 18
Christianity



General
1921-54, n.d.

Box 44: folder 19
Communism
1934-54

Box 44: folder 20



General
1934-54, n.d.

Box 45: folder 1
Articles
1935-55

Box 45: folder 2
Academic freedom
1934-40, n.d.

Box 45: folder 3
Freedom of press and speech



General
1934-39

Box 45: folder 4
John Strachey case
1935-36, n.d.

Box 45: folder 5
Loyalty oaths
1935-51

Box 45: folder 6
Senate Hearings, Civil Rights Committee
1936-40

Box 45: folder 7-9
Alabama
1934-37

Box 45: folder 10
Arizona
1935

Box 45: folder 11
Arkansas
1935

Box 45: folder 12
California



General
1933-40

Box 45: folder 13
Criminal Syndicalism Act
1934-37

Box 45: folder 14
Colorado
1934

Box 45: folder 15
Florida
1934-37

Box 45: folder 16
Georgia
1934-38

Box 45: folder 17
Illinois
1934-39, n.d.

Box 45: folder 18
Indiana
1934

Box 45: folder 19
Kansas
1935

Box 45: folder 20
Kentucky
1937

Box 45: folder 21
Louisiana
1934

Box 45: folder 22
Maryland
1934

Box 45: folder 23
Massachusetts
1935

Box 45: folder 24
Michigan
1935-58

Box 45: folder 25
Mississippi
1935

Box 45: folder 26
Missouri
1935

Box 45: folder 27
New Jersey
1934-40

Box 45: folder 28
New Mexico
1935

Box 45: folder 29



General
1935-37

Box 45: folder 30
New York City
1934-37

Box 45: folder 31
Ohio
1934

Box 45: folder 32
Oklahoma
1935

Box 45: folder 33
Oregon
1934-37

Box 45: folder 34
Pennsylvania
1934-38

Box 45: folder 35
Texas
1934

Box 45: folder 36
Washington
1934-35

Box 45: folder 37
West Virginia
1935

Box 45: folder 38
International
1934-39

Box 45: folder 39



Articles and clippings
1926-43, n.d.

Box 46: folder 1-2
Bureau of Mines
1932-33

Box 46: folder 3
Coal Labor Board
1934

Box 46: folder 4
Hamilton System of Mining
1934

Box 46: folder 5
Investigation of Conditions
1934-43

Box 46: folder 6
Laws and legislation
1911-35, n.d.

Box 46: folder 7
Photographs


Box 46
General
1934-36, n.d.

Box 46: folder 8
Pittsburgh
1934

Box 46: folder 9
West Virginia, Consolidated Coal Company
1934

Box 46: folder 10
Progressive Miners of America
1933

Box 46: folder 11
Strikes
1928-36, n.d.

Box 46: folder 12
United Mine Workers of America



General
1906-30

Box 46: folder 13
Contracts and constitutions
1900-40

Box 46: folder 14-17
John L. Lewis


Box 46
Articles
1935-46

Box 47: folder 1
Newspaper clippings
1935-46

Box 47: folder 2-3
Miscellaneous
1930-39

Box 47: folder 4
Colorado



Wage reduction
1931-32

Box 47: folder 5
Interviews
1919-1920

Box 47: folder 6
Reports
1932

Box 47: folder 7
Statistical material
1928-32

Box 47: folder 8
Trade practices
1931-32

Box 47: folder 9
Victor-American Fuel Company
1920

Box 47: folder 10
Kentucky
1933-34

Box 47: folder 11
Oklahoma
1935

Box 47: folder 12
Pennsylvania



Coal Control Association
1933-34

Box 48: folder 1
Allegheny County

[see also Photographs]




General
1931-36

Box 48: folder 2
Pittsburgh-Allegheny Coal Company
1934

Box 48: folder 3
Clearfield County
1933-34

Box 48: folder 4
Fayette County



General
1934

Box 48: folder 5
Correspondence
1933

Box 48: folder 6
Newspaper clippings
1934-35

Box 48: folder 7
Frick Mines



General
1933-34, n.d.

Box 48: folder 8
Colonial #3
1934

Box 48: folder 9
Colonial #4
1933-34

Box 48: folder 10
Edenborn
1933-34

Box 48: folder 11
Footdale
1934

Box 48: folder 12
Miners' Independent Brotherhood
1933, n.d.

Box 48: folder 13
Republic Steel Corporation
1934

Box 48: folder 14
Workman's Brotherhood
1933, n.d.

Box 48: folder 15
Greene County
1933

Box 48: folder 16
Lawrence County
1934

Box 48: folder 17
Pittsburgh



Captive Mines
1933-34

Box 48: folder 18
Pittsburgh Coal Company
1935

Box 48: folder 19
United Mine Workers
1921-34

Box 48: folder 20
Somerset County



Coal Operators' Association
1934

Box 48: folder 21
Consolidation Coal Company
1924-34

Box 48: folder 22
United Mine Workers of America
1934

Box 48: folder 23
Westmoreland County
1934

Box 48: folder 24
Virginia



Coal Operators' Association
1933-34

Box 48: folder 25
Benedict Coal Company
1934

Box 48: folder 26
Stonega Coke and Coal Company
1934

Box 48: folder 27
West Virginia



Correspondence
1931-32

Box 49: folder 1
Joint Labor Board
1933-34

Box 49: folder 2
Newspaper clippings
1931-32

Box 49: folder 3
Production
1933-34

Box 49: folder 4
Relief
1932-34, n.d.

Box 49: folder 5
Amherst Coal Company
1933-34

Box 49: folder 6
Bethlehem Mines Corporation
1933-34

Box 49: folder 7
Hatfield Campbell Creek Coal Company
1934

Box 49: folder 8
Kanawha & Hocking Coal & Coke Company
1933-34

Box 49: folder 9
Kelley's Creek Colliery Company
1934

Box 49: folder 10
Merrill Coal Mine
1931-34

Box 49: folder 11
Red Jacket Consolidated Coal Company
1932-34

Box 49: folder 12
United Mine Workers


Box 49
1933-34

Box 49: folder 13
District 17
1933-34, n.d.

Box 49: folder 14
District 31
1933

Box 49: folder 15
West Virginia Coal & Coke Corporation
1934

Box 49: folder 16
Wyatt Coal Company
1933

Box 49: folder 17
International



General
1927-46

Box 49: folder 18
Belgium
1922-46

Box 49: folder 19
Bolivia
1942-43

Box 49: folder 20
Canada
1935

Box 49: folder 21
France
1922-46

Box 49: folder 22
Germany



General
1921-47

Box 49: folder 23
Prussia
n.d.

Box 49: folder 24
Great Britain



General
1922-27

Box 49: folder 25
Articles and newspaper clippings
1924-48, n.d.

Box 49: folder 26



General
1933-60

Box 49: folder 27
Lattimore, Owen
1954-55

Box 49: folder 28



1927-29

Box 50: folder 1
Austria
1946

Box 50: folder 2
Belgium
n.d.

Box 50: folder 3
Canada
1924-33, n.d.

Box 50: folder 4
1925-54

Box 50: folder 5
Cuba
1935

Box 50: folder 6
Czechoslovakia
1937-56, n.d.

Box 50: folder 7
Germany



Printed material
1921-55, n.d.

Box 50: folder 8
News clippings
1933-55, n.d.

Box 50: folder 9
Great Britain



General
1923-38

Box 50: folder 10
Delegation for Investigation of Social and Industrial Conditions
1925-28

Box 50: folder 11
Newspaper clippings



General


Box 50
1930-34

Box 50: folder 12-13
1935-43

Box 51: folder 1-6
Labor
1929-37

Box 51: folder 7
Unemployment Insurance
1928-43

Box 51: folder 8
Pamphlets
1929-56

Box 52: folder 1
Workers Educational Association
1923

Box 52: folder 2
Greece



General
1944-48, n.d.

Box 52: folder 3
Newspaper clippings
1935-47

Box 52: folder 4
India



General
1930-46, n.d.

Box 52: folder 5
Newspaper clippings
1939-43

Box 52: folder 6-7
India News
1941-44

Box 52: folder 8
India Today
1940-48

Box 52: folder 9
Voice of India,
1944-47

Box 53: folder 1
Iran
1943-47

Box 53: folder 2
Iraq
1939-46

Box 53: folder 3
Ireland
1926-44, n.d.

Box 53: folder 4
Italy: newspaper clippings



General
1926-47

Box 53: folder 5-7
Finance
1944-47

Box 53: folder 8
Welfare work
1923-29

Box 53: folder 9
Jamaica
1942-54, n.d.

Box 53: folder 10
Japan



General
1926-41

Box 53: folder 11
Articles and newspaper clippings
1919-48

Box 54: folder 1-3
Christianity
1928-29

Box 54: folder 4
Reports from U.S. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
1939

Box 54: folder 5
Korea
circa 1950

Box 54: folder 6
Latin America



General
1929-47

Box 54: folder 7-9
Labor Conditions in Latin America
1939-46

Box 54: folder 10
Lithuania



Lithuanian Bulletin
1943-47

Box 55: folder 1
Newspaper clippings and pamphlets
1938-46

Box 55: folder 2



General
1930-47, n.d.

Box 55: folder 3
Newspaper clippings
1933-47

Box 55: folder 4
Poland
1928-48, n.d.

Box 55: folder 5
1951-55

Box 55: folder 6
Spain
1936-39

Box 55: folder 7



Correspondence
1930-45

Box 55: folder 8
Dialectical materialism
1933-34

Box 55: folder 9
1932-36, n.d.

Box 56: folder 1
Newspaper clippings and articles
1927-55, n.d.

Box 56: folder 2
Pamphlets
1927, 1952-56

Box 56: folder 3
Recognition of
1933

Box 56: folder 4
Russian war relief
1941-43, n.d.

Box 56: folder 5
Miscellaneous material
1931-55, n.d.

Box 56: folder 6
West Indies
1940, n.d.

Box 56: folder 7
Yugoslavia



MvK notes
1946-47

Box 56: folder 8
Pamphlets
1939-47, n.d.

Box 56: folder 9
Printed materials
1937-50

Box 56: folder 10
Proposals for projects
1937-51, n.d.

Box 56: folder 11
Reports and statistics
1942-47

Box 57: folder 1-2
Speeches
1944

Box 57: folder 3
Deportation
1940, n.d.

Box 57: folder 4
Economic Planning



Europe
n.d.

Box 57: folder 5
Swope Plan
1931-38

Box 57: folder 6
Miscellaneous publications
1922-46

Box 57: folder 7
Economics



Articles and newspaper clippings
1930-57

Box 57: folder 8
Louis Freeland Post, "The Basic Facts of Economics,"
n.d.

Box 57: folder 9
1917-20, n.d.

Box 57: folder 10
1924, n.d.

Box 57: folder 11
Fascism
1933-38

Box 57: folder 12
Great Depression

[see also Labor; Unemployment; Oversize Materials]

1930-33

Box 57: folder 13
Housing in New York
1931-40

Box 57: folder 14
Industrial Planning
1921-42

Box 57: folder 15
1929

Box 57: folder 16
Italians in New York
1925-28

Box 57: folder 17
Jewish Americans
1927-33

Box 57: folder 18



General
1934-54, n.d.

Box 57: folder 19
Bibliographies
1919-31, n.d.

Box 57: folder 20
1900-39, n.d.

Box 58: folder 1-3
Hillman, Sidney, President, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
1940-46

Box 59: folder 1
Legislation



General
1925-57, n.d.

Box 59: folder 2
Wages and Hours Bill
1937-45

Box 59: folder 3-4
1934-35

Box 59: folder 5
Wagner Act
1937-40

Box 59: folder 6
1930-42

Box 59: folder 7
Newspaper clippings
1920-57

Box 59: folder 8


Box 59
Strikes



General
1912-61

Box 59: folder 9
Toledo Plan
1935-37

Box 59: folder 10
Unions



1921-56

Box 59: folder 11
Interborough Rapid Transit Company
1927-28

Box 59: folder 12
Maritime
1936

Box 59: folder 13
Miscellaneous publications
1906-52

Box 59: folder 14
Union men in prison

[see also Tom Mooney]

1936

Box 59: folder 15
Labor Party Movement
1935-44

Box 59: folder 16
Library profession
1936-40

Box 59: folder 17
Machine tool industry
1933, n.d.

Box 60: folder 1
Medical care
1934-45, n.d.

Box 60: folder 2
Mission study
1907-12, n.d.

Box 60: folder 3
New Deal
1933-44

Box 60: folder 4
North Atlantic Pact
1949

Box 60: folder 5
Nurses
circa 1919

Box 60: folder 6
1946-57

Box 60: folder 7
1928-51, n.d.

Box 60: folder 8
Pensions
1932-33

Box 60: folder 9
Pinchot, Gifford

[see also Economic planning; Labor]

1923-42

Box 60: folder 10
Public affairs
1924-37

Box 60: folder 11


Box 60
Railroad workers
1921-40

Box 60: folder 12
Refugees

[see also SERIES V. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES-- American Friends Service Committee; Hospites; Oversize Materials]




Czech: Blatny, Fanni
1939

Box 60: folder 13
German



General
1933-40

Box 60: folder 14
Newspaper clippings
1934-39

Box 60: folder 15
Böhme, Dr. Hildegard
1939-45

Box 60: folder 16
Gutherz, Franz F.
1939

Box 60: folder 17
Kiser, Dr. Georg
1938-45

Box 60: folder 18
Kuczynski, Dr. Jürgen
1935-44

Box 60: folder 19
Lenz, Professor Friedrich
1937-39

Box 60: folder 20
Lemberger, Hedwig
1940-46

Box 60: folder 21
Spanish
1940-51, n.d.

Box 60: folder 22
Resettlement (outside the United States)
1938-40

Box 60: folder 23
1922, 1953-55

Box 61: folder 1
Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel
1952, n.d.

Box 61: folder 2
. 1936-45, n.d.

Box 61: folder 3
Rubber manufacturing industry

[see also Oversize Materials]

1933-46

Box 61: folder 4
1906, 1933

Box 61: folder 5


Box 61
Social Insurance/Social Security



Committee on Economic Security
1934-35

Box 61: folder 6-7
Old age security planning
1934

Box 61: folder 8
1934-43

Box 61: folder 9
Memoranda
1948, n.d.

Box 61: folder 10
Social Security Act
1935

Box 61: folder 11
Printed materials
1935-49

Box 61: folder 12
International
1932-40

Box 61: folder 13



General
1930-41, n.d.

Box 62: folder 1
Industrial Research Group
1921

Box 62: folder 2
Training Schools for Social Work
1920

Box 62: folder 3
War industry
1943-44

Box 62: folder 4-5
Socialism
1931-57

Box 62: folder 6
Southern states
1936-44

Box 62: folder 7
Teggart, Frederick J., sociologist
1949-50

Box 62: folder 8
1914-25

Box 62: folder 9
Tuberculosis
1905-06, 1944

Box 62: folder 10
Tugwell Bill
1934

Box 62: folder 11



1928-47

Box 62: folder 12
Conferences
1928-36

Box 62: folder 13
1930-45

Box 62: folder 14-15
Mayor's Committee on Unemployment
1915-16

Box 62: folder 16
Reports and proposals
1928-39, n.d.

Box 62: folder 17
1933-37, n.d.

Box 62: folder 18
1922, 1949-56

Box 62: folder 19
Women's charter
1936-39, n.d.

Box 63: folder 1



General
1916-26, n.d.

Box 63: folder 2
The Economic Position of Women: Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science
1910

Box 63: folder 3



Council of National Defense



Committee on Women in Industry
1917-23

Box 63: folder 4
Nims, Marion R., Women in the War: A Bibliography
1918

Box 63: folder 5
Storage Bulletin No. 9: "Employment of Women in the Storage and Warehousing Depots of the United States Army,"
1917

Box 63: folder 6
War industries



Training
1917-18

Box 63: folder 7
Wages
1917-18, n.d.

Box 63: folder 8
War Labor Administration
1918

Box 63: folder 9
War Labor Policies Board



Minutes
1918-19

Box 63: folder 10-11
Regulations
1918

Box 63: folder 12
Reports
1918

Box 63: folder 13-14
"Women and the War Labor Board,"
circa 1919

Box 63: folder 15
World War II



Employment
1941-42

Box 64: folder 1
National Defense Mediation Board
1941

Box 64: folder 2
War Manpower Commission
1942-45

Box 64: folder 3-6
Women in industry



Newspaper clippings
1941-45

Box 64: folder 7-9
Printed materials
1942-44

Box 64: folder 10
SERIES V. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES
(1897-1961)





Peace
1937

Box 65: folder 1
Religious therapy
1945

Box 65: folder 2
1942-44

Box 65: folder 3
American Academy of Political and Social Science

[see International Industrial Relations Institute]



Box 65
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1930-44

Box 65: folder 4
American Association for Labor Legislation
1939

Box 65: folder 5
American Association of Social Workers



Central Council
1920-22

Box 65: folder 6
Executive Committee
1920-25

Box 65: folder 7-8
Finance Committee
1921-23

Box 65: folder 9
Future Program Committee
1925

Box 65: folder 10
Publications Committee
1925-31

Box 65: folder 11-12
Miscellaneous
1921-42

Box 65: folder 13
American Association of University Women



Correspondence
1923-35

Box 65: folder 14-16
Equal Rights Amendment
1924-25, n.d.

Box 65: folder 17
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-- Agriculture; Civil liberties; Labor]




Board
1935-41

Box 65: folder 18-22
Bulletin
1939-40

Box 66: folder 1
By-laws
1939-40

Box 66: folder 2
Committees



Civil Rights in Labor Relations
1938-40

Box 66: folder 3
Standards for Local Organizations
1935-37

Box 66: folder 4
Workers and Farmers Rights
1933-34

Box 66: folder 5
Dies
1939-40

Box 66: folder 6
Northern California
1935

Box 66: folder 7
Conferences



Civil Liberties Under the New Deal, Washington, D.C. (8-9 Dec. 1934)
1934-35

Box 66: folder 8
National Conference on Civil Liberties in the Present Emergency, New York City (13-14 Oct. 1939)
1939

Box 66: folder 9
Correspondence
1931-41

Box 66: folder 10-11
Financial
1934-39

Box 66: folder 12
Legislation



General
1935-40

Box 66: folder 13
Anti-Facist
1937-38

Box 66: folder 14
Madison Square Garden Meeting
1934

Box 66: folder 15
Minutes
1937-40

Box 66: folder 16-19
Newspaper clippings
1934-40

Box 67: folder 1
Pamphlets
1932-40, n.d.

Box 67: folder 2
Statement to the President
1933-34

Box 67: folder 3
American Committee Against Fascist Oppression in Germany

[see SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Fascism]



Box 67
American Economic Association
1942-43

Box 67: folder 4
American Federation of Labor: lists of affiliated organizations
1919-42

Box 67: folder 5
American Friends Service Committee
1935-41

Box 67: folder 6
American Labor Party[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Labor Party, 1928-44]
1934-53, n.d.

Box 67: folder 7
American League Against War and Fascism[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Fascism]
1933-35

Box 67: folder 8
American League for Peace and Democracy
1938-39, n.d.

Box 67: folder 9
American League to Abolish Capital Punishment
1931-38

Box 67: folder 10
American Management Association
1923-26, n.d.

Box 67: folder 11
American Sociological Society
1951-54

Box 67: folder 12
American Statistical Association



General
1924-40, n.d.

Box 67: folder 13
Governmental Labor Statistics scrapbooks



United States newspaper clippings
1926

Box 67: folder 14-15
Editorials
1926

Box 67: folder 16
Labor, Foreign press, and News associations
1926

Box 68: folder 1
Committee scrapbook
1929

Box 68: folder 2
The Art Workshop
1929-30, 1945

Box 68: folder 3
Association of Federal Workers
1932-34

Box 68: folder 4
Association of Workers in Public Relief Agencies
1935

Box 68: folder 5
Boston Women's Trade Union League

[see National Women's Trade Union League]



Box 68
Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers



General
1932-34

Box 68: folder 6
Conflict with college
1934-35

Box 68: folder 7
Report of the Fact Finding Committee
1935

Box 68: folder 8
"The Workers Look at the Stars,"
1927

Box 68: folder 9
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1941

Box 68: folder 10
China Welfare Appeal, Inc.
1941-50, n.d.

Box 68: folder 11
1936-55, n.d.

Box 68: folder 12
1901-26

Box 68: folder 13
1922-23

Box 68: folder 14
Communist Party
1936-60

Box 68: folder 15
Conference on Elimination of Waste in Industry
1927

Box 68: folder 16
Conference on Unemployment
1927

Box 68: folder 17
Consumers' League



National
1932-49

Box 68: folder 18
New York



Business and correspondence
1929-34

Box 68: folder 19-21
Printed material
1904-31, n.d.

Box 68: folder 22
Cooperative League of the United States of America
1942-44, n.d.

Box 68: folder 23
Correlated Enterprises
1931-36

Box 68: folder 24
Council for Pan American Democracy
1938-42, n.d.

Box 68: folder 25
1945-50, n.d.

Box 68: folder 26
Economic Institute for Study in the USA and the USSR
1933-34

Box 69: folder 1
Emergency Peace Campaign
1937

Box 69: folder 2
Episcopal League for Social Action



General
1949-54

Box 69: folder 3-4
Clippings from The Witness
1950-53

Box 69: folder 5
Farmer-Labor Party

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-- Labor, Labor party]

1932-36, n.d.

Box 69: folder 6
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ
1933-49

Box 69: folder 7
Federation of American Scientists
1954-58, n.d.

Box 69: folder 8
Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians
1934-37, n.d.

Box 69: folder 9
Fellowship for Christian Social Order
1921-25, n.d.

Box 69: folder 10
Feloship Society No. 1
1934, n.d.

Box 69: folder 11
1919-28

Box 69: folder 12


Box 69
Friends of the Soviet Union
1933-34

Box 69: folder 13



Aims
1933-45

Box 69: folder 14
Correspondence



General
1933-46

Box 69: folder 15-18
Business
l933-47

Box 69: folder 19-20
Fellowships



General
1933-35

Box 70: folder 1
Kraus, Frau Meta
1910-38

Box 70: folder 2
Kraus, Dr. Siegfried
1934-42

Box 70: folder 3
Maass, Hermann
1933-35

Box 70: folder 4
Salomon, Dr. Alice
1928-37

Box 70: folder 5
Weiland, Dr. Ruth
1933-46

Box 70: folder 6
Wilbrandt, Dr. Robert
1933-34

Box 70: folder 7
Financial
1934-40

Box 70: folder 8
Fundraising
1933-41

Box 70: folder 9
Institute for Research in Social Science
1953-54

Box 70: folder 10
Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace, Mexico City
1945

Box 70: folder 11
Inter-American Labor Conference, Havana, Cuba
1939

Box 70: folder 12
Intercollegiate Community Service Association (formerly College Settlements Association)
1922-26

Box 70: folder 13-15
International Association for the Study and Improvement of Human Relations and Conditions in Industry
1925

Box 70: folder 16
International Business Conference
1944

Box 70: folder 17
International Chamber of Commerce
1930-39

Box 71: folder 1-2
International Christian Social Institute
1929-30, n.d.

Box 71: folder 3
International Conference in Defense of Children
1951-52, n.d.

Box 71: folder 4
International Conference of Social Work [see also National Conference of Social Work]



Proposals and preparations
1926-28

Box 71: folder 5
Paris (July 1928)
1927-29

Box 71: folder 6
Frankfurt on Main (July 1932)
1931-33

Box 71: folder 7
[London] (July 1936)
1934-36

Box 71: folder 8
Brussels (July 1940)
1938-1939 [Note: Event never happened]

Box 71: folder 9
International Conference of Working Women



First, Washington, D.C.
(28 Oct.-6 Nov. 1919)

Box 71
Opening session
28 Oct. 1919

Box 71: folder 10
29 Oct. 1919

Box 71: folder 11
30 Oct. 1919

Box 71: folder 12
31 Oct. 1919

Box 71: folder 13
1 Nov. 1919

Box 71: folder 14
4 Nov. 1919

Box 71: folder 15
5 Nov. 1919

Box 72: folder 1
6 Nov. 1919

Box 72: folder 2
Second, Washington, D.C.
1920

Box 72: folder 3
Third, Geneva
1921

Box 72: folder 4
International Economic Union
1954

Box 72: folder 5
International Federation of Trade Unions
1944-45

Box 72: folder 6
International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI)



Administration


Box 72
History and purpose
1929-39, n.d.

Box 72: folder 7
Constitution
1925-32

Box 72: folder 8
Minutes and reports
1925-39

Box 72: folder 9-18
Triennial report
1938

Box 73: folder 1
Committee on Industrial Relations in the United States
1938-39

Box 73: folder 2
Continuing Committee
1943-47

Box 73: folder 3
Legal matters
1937

Box 73: folder 4
Financial material
1930-32

Box 73: folder 5
Membership and information



General
1927-43

Box 73: folder 6
Canada
1929

Box 73: folder 7
United States



Correspondence
1927-47

Box 73: folder 8
Lists
1937-38, n.d.

Box 73: folder 9
Meetings
1937

Box 73: folder 10
Newsletter
1928-40

Box 73: folder 11
Correspondence



General
1927-43

Box 73: folder 12-14
Voysey, E. Brenda
1928-31

Box 73: folder 15
Publications



Distribution and sales
1930-40

Box 73: folder 16-17
Inquiries
1930-38

Box 73: folder 18
William Archer, The Great Analysis reprint
1930-32

Box 73: folder 19
Alejandro Carrillo, Mexico's Resources for Livelihood
1938-39

Box 73: folder 20
Mary Fleddérus, International Unemployment
1932-33

Box 73: folder 21
Sonia Zunser Hyman, Economic Security and World Peace
1935-38

Box 73: folder 22
K. Lønberg-Holm and C. Theodore Larson, Design for Increasing Productivity
1939-40

Box 74: folder 1
Mary van Kleeck and Mary Fleddérus, On Economic Planning
1935-37

Box 74: folder 2
World Power Conference
1931-38

Box 74: folder 3
World Social Economic Conference, World Social Economic Planning[see also SERIES III. WRITINGS AND SPEECHES--Monographs; SERIES VI. BOOKS FROM VAN KLEECK'S LIBRARY]
1932-34

Box 74: folder 4
Max Yergan, "Gold and Poverty in South Africa,"
1938-39

Box 74: folder 5
Miscellaneous pamphlets
1930-36, n.d.

Box 74: folder 6
Quarterly journal proposal
1934-35, n.d.

Box 74: folder 7
Synthese
1938-46, n.d.

Box 74: folder 8
Miscellaneous material
1932-40

Box 74: folder 9
Publicity
1927-39

Box 74: folder 10



International Industrial Welfare Workers Conference, Normandy (July 1922)
1924

Box 74: folder 11
International Industrial Welfare Workers Conference, Holland (19-27 June 1925)
1925

Box 74: folder 12
Summer School, Baveno
(June 1927)

Box 74: folder 13
IRI Congress: "Fundamental Relationships between all Sections of the Industrial Community," Cambridge
(27 June to 3 July 1928)


General
1927-28

Box 75: folder 1
Proceedings
1928

Box 75: folder 2-3
Printed material
1927-29, n.d.

Box 75: folder 4
Discussion meeting, Methods of Promoting Satisfactory Human Relations in a Scientifically Organized Industry, Germany
(26 June-3 July 1929)


Correspondence
1929, n.d.

Box 76: folder 1
Speeches and memos
1929

Box 76: folder 2
Press releases, news clippings, and articles
1929-30

Box 76: folder 3
World Social Economic Congress, Amsterdam
(23-29 Aug.1931)


Planning
1930-31

Box 76: folder 4
Sessions and programs
1931

Box 76: folder 5-9
Minutes of the general meeting
1931

Box 76: folder 10
Proceedings
1931

Box 76: folder 11
Press releases
1931

Box 76: folder 12
Analysis and review
1931

Box 76: folder 13
Postscript
1931-32

Box 76: folder 14
World Power Conference, Vienna (Aug. 1933)
1932-33, 1931

Box 77
Regional Study Conference on Social and Economic Planning, New York City
(23 Nov. - 1 Dec. 1934)


Program and participants
1934-37

Box 77: folder 2
Press releases and articles
1934

Box 77: folder 3
1934

Box 77
Abstracts of speeches
1934

Box 77: folder 4
Speeches and reports
1934

Box 77: folder 5
Regional Conference, "The Next Ten Years," New York City(30 Nov. 1936)
1936

Box 77: folder 6
The World's Natural Resources and Standards of Living, The Hague
(30 Aug.-1 Sept. 1937)


General
1937

Box 77: folder 7
Summaries of papers
1937

Box 77: folder 8
Papers
1937

Box 77: folder 9
38th Oxford Management Conference: Optimum Productivity in Modern Industry, Oxford
(31 Mar. - 4 Apr. 1938)


Planning
1936-38

Box 77: folder 10
Papers
1938

Box 77: folder 11
Post-conference correspondence
1938

Box 77: folder 12
Dinner conference, "Labor's Program in Mexico," New York City (22 June 1938)
1938

Box 77: folder 13
Luncheon Conference, Carlos Conteras Labarca, Chile
(Aug. 1938)

Box 77: folder 14
Study Conference, Productivity and Standards of Living as Influenced by Industrial Relations, The Hague (1-3 Sept. 1938)
1938-39

Box 77: folder 15
Regional Study Conference, Industrial Relations and Standards of Living in Mexico and the United States, Mexico City
(1-3 Sept. 1938)

Box 77
General
1938-39

Box 78: folder 1
Abstracts and summaries
1938

Box 78: folder 2
Papers
1938

Box 78: folder 3
Newspaper clippings
1938

Box 78: folder 4
Hartley W. Barkley, "Our Good Red Neighbor" controversy
1938-39

Box 78: folder 5
7th International Management Congress, Washington, D.C.
(19-23 Sept. 1938)

Box 78: folder 6
International Conference on Negro Life and Labor, New York City, (Oct. 1938)

[see also African Americans, American Friends Service Committee]

1937-38

Box 78: folder 7
A Research Program in the Trade Unions on Housing in the United States, Washington, D.C. (30 June 1939)
1939

Box 78: folder 8
Research Group Conference, Methods on Productivity and Standards of Living, The Hague 1939
(29-30 Aug. 1939),

Box 78: folder 9
Annual Summer Study Conference, The Influence of Government on Standards of Living, The Hague
(31 Aug.-2 Sept. 1939)

Box 78: folder 10
Annual Summer Study Conference, Natural Resources and Production for Standards of Living--in War and in World Reconstruction, The Hague (Sept. 1941)
1939-40

Box 78: folder 11
Emergency World People's Conference, New York City (12-19 Oct. 1947)
1947

Box 78: folder 12
Subjects



Africa
1938

Box 78: folder 13
American Academy of Political and Social Science
1933-40

Box 78: folder 14
Carillo, Alejandro
1938-42

Box 78: folder 15
1930-39

Box 78: folder 16
Lipmann, Dr. Otto
1929-30

Box 78: folder 17
Lombardo-Toldano, Vicente
1938-45

Box 78: folder 18
1933

Box 79: folder 1
Nigeria
1936-40

Box 79: folder 2
Otlet, Paul
1930-32

Box 79: folder 3
Printed materials
1930-39

Box 79: folder 4
Radio broadcasts
1934-35

Box 79: folder 5
Research Group
1935-43

Box 79: folder 6
Social and economic planning



United States
1931-35, n.d.

Box 79: folder 7
World
1931-36, n.d.

Box 79: folder 8
Social Economic Laboratory
1935-36, n.d.

Box 79: folder 9
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.)

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-Countries-U.S.S.R.]

1932-37

Box 79: folder 10
1931, n.d.

Box 79: folder 11
World Trade Tribunal
1931-42

Box 79: folder 12
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union
1935, n.d.

Box 79: folder 13
International Labor Defense

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Civil liberties; Labor]

1935-37

Box 79: folder 14
International Labor Office

[see League of Nations]



Box 79
International Management Institute



General
1932-33, n.d.

Box 79: folder 15
Bulletin
1927-33

Box 79: folder 16-17
"L'Organisation Scientifique du Travail Agricole,"
1929

Box 79: folder 18
Urwick, L., "Rationalization Does Not Lead to Unemployment,"
1930

Box 79: folder 19
Urwick, L., "The Pure Theory of Organization with Special Reference to Business Enterprise,"
1930

Box 79: folder 20
"Scientific Management in a Group of Small Factories,"
1931

Box 79: folder 21
Miscellaneous pamphlets
n.d.

Box 79: folder 22
International Student Service
1929-30

Box 80: folder 1
International Union for Child Welfare

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Child welfare]

1947-48

Box 80: folder 2
International Women's Conference, Paris
(Nov. 1945)


General, (includes misfiled document "Voluntary Parenthood is Responsible Parenthood," Speech by Marie-Helene Lafaucheux, 29 December 1960)
1945

Box 80: folder 3
Report on the Problems and Status of Women in the U.S.
1944-45, n.d.

Box 80: folder 4
Interprofessional Association for Social Insurance (IPA)
1934-39

Box 80: folder 5-6
Labor College of Philadelphia

[see Conference on Unemployment]



Box 80
Labor Law Administration Conference, Milford, Pennsylvania

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Labor-Legislation]

(Dec. 1922)


General
1922

Box 80: folder 7
Correspondence
1922

Box 80: folder 8
League for Industrial Democracy
1932-42

Box 80: folder 9
League for Social Justice
1932-34

Box 80: folder 10
League of Nations

[see also United Nations]




General
1920-30

Box 80: folder 11
Newspaper clippings
1929-54

Box 80: folder 12
International Labor Office



General
1933-50

Box 81: folder 1
Advisory Committee
1932

Box 81: folder 2
Committee on Women's Work
1929-47

Box 81: folder 3
Press releases and newspaper clippings
1939-48

Box 81: folder 4
Printed materials
1943-47

Box 81: folder 5
1931-34, n.d.

Box 81: folder 6
League of Women Shoppers
1935

Box 81: folder 7
League of Women Voters
1931

Box 81: folder 8
Maritime Federation of the Pacific
1935

Box 81: folder 9
National Association for the Benefit of Middle Age Employees
1929-31, n.d.

Box 81: folder 10
National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement



Charts and tables
1930

Box 81: folder 11
Newspaper clippings
1929-31

Box 81: folder 12
National Conference of Social Work



General
1910-55

Box 82: folder 1-7
Scrapbook
1934

Box 82: folder 8-10
National Conference on the Christian Way of Life



General
1923, n.d.

Box 83: folder 1
Commission on Industry
1922, n.d.

Box 83: folder 2
Commission on Race Relations
1924-25

Box 83: folder 3
National Committee
1923-24, n.d.

Box 83: folder 4
National Consumers' League

[see Consumers' League]



Box 83
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc.

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES--Atomic energy]




General
1947-57

Box 83: folder 5-7
Correspondence
1949-54

Box 83: folder 8
National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions
1948-51

Box 83: folder 9
National Defense Management Conference
1940-41

Box 83: folder 10
National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.
1935-57

Box 83: folder 11
National Lawyers' Guild
1957

Box 83: folder 12
National League of Women Voters

[see League of Women Voters]



Box 83
1937

Box 83: folder 13
National Research Council



General
1923-25, n.d.

Box 83: folder 14
Division of Anthropology and Psychology
1924-25

Box 83: folder 15
Committee on Scientific Problems of Human Migration



Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (House of Representatives
Nov. 1922)

Box 83: folder 16
Conferences
1922-25

Box 83: folder 17
Correspondence


Box 83
General
1923-26

Box 84: folder 1-2
Abbott, Edith
1923-25

Box 84: folder 3
Merriam, Charles Edward
1923-25

Box 84: folder 4
Mitchell, Wesley C.
1923-25

Box 84: folder 5
Yerkes, Robert M.
1924-38

Box 84: folder 6-7
Meetings and minutes
1923-25

Box 84: folder 8-9
Memoranda
1922-25

Box 84: folder 10
Reports and recommendations
1923-27

Box 84: folder 11
Research proposals
1923-24, n.d.

Box 84: folder 12
Research in progress
1923-24

Box 84: folder 13
Research data
1924-25

Box 84: folder 14
Research results
1923-25

Box 84: folder 15-16
Miscellaneous
1923-24, n.d.

Box 84: folder 17
National Women's Christian Temperance Union
1924

Box 85: folder 1
1933

Box 85: folder 2



Articles and newspaper clippings
1921-43

Box 85: folder 3
Boston affiliate
1929-33

Box 85: folder 4
Conference and convention material
1922-26

Box 85: folder 5
Correspondence


Box 85
Elizabeth Christman
1921-37

Box 85: folder 6
Mabel Leslie
1924-27

Box 85: folder 7
Rose Schneidermann
1924-30

Box 85: folder 8
Maud Swartz
1926

Box 85: folder 9
Life and Labor Bulletin
1921-50

Box 85: folder 10
New Jersey affiliate
1941

Box 85: folder 11
New York affiliate



Correspondence
1928-46

Box 85: folder 12
Meeting notices
1924-55

Box 85: folder 13
New York Women's Trade Union League Bulletin,
1930-50

Box 85: folder 14
Newspaper clippings
1941-45

Box 85: folder 15
Reports
1921-49

Box 85: folder 16
Pamphlets
1914-44, n.d.

Box 85: folder 17
Pennsylvania affiliate
1928

Box 85: folder 18
Protective legislation for women
1923-26

Box 85: folder 19
Woman's Party conflict
1926

Box 85: folder 20
New Fabian Research Bureau
1935-37

Box 85: folder 21
New Frontiers in American Life Conference, Rochester, NY
(May 1940)


General
1940

Box 85: folder 22
Newspaper clippings
1940

Box 85: folder 23
New Jersey Women's Trade Union League

[see National Women's Trade Union League]



Box 85
New York Association of Unappointed Teachers
1934

Box 85: folder 24
New York Flower Mission
1897-1900, n.d.

Box 85: folder 25
New York School of Philanthropy



Coursework
1915-17

Box 85: folder 26
Reports and memos
1915-16, n.d.

Box 85: folder 27
New York State Council for Legislative Action
1948

Box 85: folder 28
New York State Department of Labor
1938-48

Box 86: folder 1-2
New York Women's Trade Union League

[see National Women's Trade Union League]



Box 86
Pennsylvania Conference on Labor Law Administration

[see Labor Law Administration Conference]



Box 86
Pabst Postwar Employment Awards
1944

Box 86: folder 3
Pennsylvania Welfare Conference
1946

Box 86: folder 4
Pennsylvania Women's Trade Union League

[see National Women's Trade Union League]



Box 86
Personnel Research Federation
1925-33

Box 86: folder 5
Pictorial Review
1924-25

Box 86: folder 6
Progressive Party



General
1948-49

Box 86: folder 7
Women for Wallace
1948

Box 86: folder 8
Rockefeller Foundation
1929-34, n.d.

Box 86: folder 9
Russell Sage Foundation



General


Box 86
Buildings
1921-42

Box 86: folder 10
Correspondence



Clark, Earle
1916

Box 86: folder 11
Glenn, John M., General Director
1910-37

Box 86: folder 12
Harrison, Shelby M., General Director
1931-45

Box 86: folder 13
Employees



Photographs of staff
n.d.

Box 86: folder 14
Retirement plan
1922-26

Box 86: folder 15
Salaries
1919-23, 1941

Box 86: folder 16
Working conditions
1938-40

Box 86: folder 17
History and organization
1938-42, 1982, n.d.

Box 86: folder 18
Library
1919-36, n.d.

Box 86: folder 19
Newspaper clippings
1916-45

Box 86: folder 20



Book reviews and advertisements
1916-56

Box 86: folder 21
Catalogs
1942-57

Box 86: folder 22
Correspondence
1924-40

Box 86: folder 23
Distribution
1925-37

Box 86: folder 24
Statistical Procedure of Public Employment Offices
1933-34

Box 87: folder 1
Miscellaneous
1928-42, n.d.

Box 87: folder 2
Research



Forms for data
1915-30

Box 87: folder 3
Methods and problems
1926

Box 87: folder 4



History and organization
1910-15

Box 87: folder 5
Memoranda
1911-15

Box 87: folder 6
Reports



To the advisory committee
1910

Box 87: folder 7
Weekly
1911-12

Box 87: folder 8
Monthly
1913-16

Box 87: folder 9
Quarterly
1913-16

Box 87: folder 10
Semi-annual
1914-15

Box 87: folder 11
Annual
1911-15

Box 87: folder 12
Individual
1916

Box 87: folder 13
Department of Industrial Studies



History
1916-44

Box 87: folder 14-17
Index of files
1948

Box 87: folder 18
Memoranda
1912-48, n.d.

Box 88: folder 1-30
Programs of Work
1917-45

Box 88: folder 31
Proposed investigations
1914-43

Box 88: folder 32-37
Publications



General
1931-47

Box 89: folder 1
Labor Agreements in the Coal Mines, by Louis Bloch
1931

Box 89: folder 2
Publicity scrapbooks



Lists of
1960-61

Box 89: folder 3
"The Coal Miner's Insecurity,"
1922

Box 89: folder 4-7
Sharing Management with the Workers
1924-25


vols. 1-4


Box 90: folder 1-5
vols. 5-6


Box 91: folder 1-3
Employes' Representationin Coal Mines, , vols. 9-10
1925

Box 91: folder 4-5
Employes' Representationin Steel Works, , vols. 12-13
1925

Box 92: folder 1-2
Articles in journalsvol. 14
1925-26,

Box 92: folder 3
Labor publicationsvol. 15
1925,

Box 92: folder 4
Book reviews
1925-26


vol. 16, pt. 1


Box 92: folder 5
vol. 16, pt. 2


Box 93: folder 1
Colorado Fuel and Iron Company strike
1927

Box 93: folder 2
Miners and Management
1934

Box 93: folder 3-4
The Miner's Case and the Public Interest
1947-48

Box 93: folder 5
Reports



Monthly
1918, 1926

Box 93: folder 6-7
Quarterly
1917, 1927-28

Box 93: folder 8-10
Semi-annual
1927

Box 93: folder 11
Annual
1916-47

Box 94: folder 1-14
Studies



Individual


Box 94
1910-26

Box 95: folder 1-17
1935-40

Box 96: folder 1-3
Special projects



Colorado Fuel and Iron Company


Box 96
District Conference
1916

Box 96: folder 4
"Coal Miner's Representation," by Ben Selekman
1920

Box 96: folder 5-7
Reactions to the manuscript
1921, n.d.

Box 96: folder 8-10
"Employee Representation and the Worker," by Ben Selekman
1925

Box 96: folder 11
Hearings at Crested Butte
1931

Box 96: folder 12
Dutchess Bleachery



Employee records
1917-21

Box 97: folder 1
Sharing Management with the Workers

[see also Publicity scrapbooks; SERIES VI. BOOKS FROM VAN KLEECK'S LIBRARY]




Articles and newspaper clippings
1924

Box 97: folder 2
"A Labor Policy in Terms of Production," by Sadie Engel
1924

Box 97: folder 3
Articles by RSF staff
1925, n.d.

Box 97: folder 4
Employees' representation

[ see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-Coal; Labor]




"Employes' Participation in Management," by Ben Selekman
1919

Box 97: folder 5
General
1919-34, n.d.

Box 97: folder 6
Articles
1920-30, n.d.

Box 97: folder 7
Correspondence
1921-29

Box 98: folder 1
Memorandum
1921-28, n.d.

Box 98: folder 2
Newspaper clippings
1919-28

Box 98: folder 3
A
1920-26, n.d.

Box 98: folder 4
American Cast Iron Pipe Company
1924-28

Box 98: folder 5
American Multigraph Company
1919-21

Box 98: folder 6
American Rolling Mills Company
1920

Box 98: folder 7
American Telephone and Telegraph Company
1924-26

Box 98: folder 8
American Woolen Company
1920-24

Box 98: folder 9
Amoskeag Manufacturing Company
1924-28

Box 98: folder 10
Armour and Company
1917-30, n.d.

Box 98: folder 11
B
1919-29

Box 98: folder 12
Bank of Italy
1924-28, n.d.

Box 98: folder 13
Bethlehem Steel Corporation
1918-26, n.d.

Box 98: folder 14
Sidney Blumenthal and Company
1920-21

Box 98: folder 15
Bridgeport Brass Company
1919-21

Box 98: folder 16
Bridgeport Manufacturers
1919, n.d.

Box 98: folder 17
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
1921

Box 98: folder 18
Browning Company
1919

Box 98: folder 19
C
1920-26

Box 98: folder 20
Cadbury Brothers
1925

Box 98: folder 21
Cheney Brothers
1921-27

Box 98: folder 22
1925-33

Box 98: folder 23
Columbia Conserve Company
1925-30, n.d.

Box 99: folder 1
Corn Products Refining Company, IL
1920

Box 99: folder 2
Lewis A. Crossett Company
1923

Box 99: folder 3
D
1919-30

Box 99: folder 4
Davis Coal and Coke Company
1922-25

Box 99: folder 5
Deering, Milliken & Company
1921-24

Box 99: folder 6
William Demuth & Company
1919, n.d.

Box 99: folder 7
Dennison Manufacturing Company
1920-25, n.d.

Box 99: folder 8
Henry A. Dix and Company
1922-25, n.d.

Box 99: folder 9
Dolphin Jute Mills, Paterson, NJ
1919-22, n.d.

Box 99: folder 10
Downey Shipbuilding Company
1919-20

Box 99: folder 11
Dupont de Nemours & Company
1919-28, n.d.

Box 99: folder 12
Durham Hosiery Mills
1919-21

Box 99: folder 13
Dutchess Manufacturing Company
n.d.

Box 99: folder 14
Eastman Kodak Company
1919-27

Box 99: folder 15
Electric Trades Organization
1918-20

Box 99: folder 16
Endicott Johnson Company
1919-24

Box 99: folder 17
F
1928, n.d.

Box 99: folder 18
1928-29

Box 99: folder 19
G
1920

Box 99: folder 20
General Electric Company



West Lynn, MA
1921-27

Box 99: folder 21
Schenectady, NY
1926-27

Box 99: folder 22
General Motors Company
1919-29

Box 99: folder 23
Gibert & Barker Manufacturing Company
1918

Box 99: folder 24
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
1920, n.d.

Box 99: folder 25
H
1914-26

Box 99: folder 26
Hano Renold, Ltd.
1919

Box 99: folder 27
Hickey Freeman Company
1919-28

Box 99: folder 28
Holt Manufacturing Company
1921

Box 99: folder 29
I
1919-25

Box 99: folder 30
Interborough Rapid Transit Company

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-- Labor--Unions]

1916

Box 99: folder 31
International Harvester Company
1919-32

Box 99: folder 32
Joseph and Feiss Company
1919-27

Box 100: folder 1
K
1917-26, n.d.

Box 100: folder 2
L
1919-26

Box 100: folder 3
Leeds Northrup Company
1918-28

Box 100: folder 4
Louisville Varnish Company
1920-40, n.d.

Box 100: folder 5
M
1919-34

Box 100: folder 6
Manning Paper Company
1922-30

Box 100: folder 7
Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company
1918-19, n.d.

Box 100: folder 8
1928-30, n.d.

Box 100: folder 9
Monarch Manufacturing Company
1921

Box 100: folder 10
Morse Dry Dock and Repair Company
1919-20, n.d.

Box 100: folder 11
N
1919-25, n.d.

Box 100: folder 12
Nash Clothing Company
1921-28

Box 100: folder 13
National Cash Register Company
1922-25, n.d.

Box 100: folder 14
O
1927

Box 100: folder 15
P
1919-28

Box 100: folder 16
Pennsylvania Railroad



General
1922-27

Box 100: folder 17
Newspaper clippings
1921-25

Box 100: folder 18
People's Gas, Light, and Coke Company
1920-21

Box 100: folder 19
Philadelphia Plan
1919-21, n.d.

Box 100: folder 20
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company

[see also Mitten Management]

1919-29

Box 101: folder 1
Plumb Plan
1919-22, n.d.

Box 101: folder 2
Plymouth Cordage Company
1925

Box 101: folder 3
Post Office Department
1920-22

Box 101: folder 4
Proctor and Gamble
1918-29

Box 101: folder 5
R
1920-34

Box 101: folder 6
Rowntree Cocoa Works, England
1921-32, n.d.

Box 101: folder 7
S
1919-29

Box 101: folder 8
Smith and Kaufman, Incorporated
1920-21

Box 101: folder 9
Southern Metropolitan Gas Company
1926-27

Box 101: folder 10
Sprague Electric Company
1919-21, n.d.

Box 101: folder 11
Standard Oil Company
1918-31, n.d.

Box 101: folder 12
Swift and Company
1923-28

Box 101: folder 13
T
1919-23, n.d.

Box 102: folder 1
Tidewater Oil Company
1919-26

Box 102: folder 2
U
1920

Box 102: folder 3
U.S. Shipping Board
1918-1919, 1921

Box 102: folder 4
United States Steel Corporation



General
1919-27

Box 102: folder 5
Newspaper clippings
1924-26, n.d.

Box 102: folder 6
Virginia Bridge & Iron Company
1920

Box 102: folder 7
Vulcan Iron Works
1920

Box 102: folder 8
W
1921-26

Box 102: folder 9
Walworth Manufacturing Company
1919

Box 102: folder 10
Weinstock Lublin Company
1920

Box 102: folder 11
Western Electric Company
1925-31

Box 102: folder 12
Western Union Telegraph Company
1919-21

Box 102: folder 13
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company
1920-27

Box 102: folder 14
White Motor Company
1918-21, n.d.

Box 102: folder 15
Willys Overland Plant
1919-20

Box 102: folder 16
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company
1920-21, n.d.

Box 102: folder 17
Whitley Council
1918-19, n.d.

Box 102: folder 18
Worthington Pump & Machinery Company

[see also National Women's Trade Union League]

1919-20

Box 102: folder 19
Employment



Statistics
1928-31

Box 102: folder 20-28
Hours of work
1919-33

Box 102: folder 29
Insurance
1922-23

Box 102: folder 30-31
Filene Store



Articles and news clippings
1919-30, 1957

Box 103: folder 1
Correspondence



General
1919-31

Box 103: folder 2-4
Filene, A. Lincoln
1922-31

Box 103: folder 5
La Dame, Mary
1921-30

Box 103: folder 6
Methods and plans
1921-29

Box 103: folder 7
Negotiations
1921-29

Box 103: folder 8
Research material
1924-29, n.d.

Box 103: folder 9
Filene-Kirstein case
1930

Box 103: folder 10
"The Filene Study,"
1925

Box 103: folder 11-13
"Personnel and Management,"
1926

Box 104: folder 1-2
"Personnel and Management in a Retail Store,"
1928

Box 104: folder 3-5
"Afterword: Subsequent Developments and Their Significance,"
circa 1929

Box 104: folder 6
Reactions to the manuscript
1929

Box 104: folder 7
"The Filene Store: A Study in Employes' Relation to Management,"
1930

Box 104: folder 8
German Coal Industry



"Regularity of Employment in German Coal Mines," by Sadie Engel
1926

Box 104: folder 9
"Conflict or Stability in the Bituminous Coal Industry," by Sadie Engel
1927

Box 104: folder 10
Dr. Felix Hase's study
1933-38

Box 104: folder 11
National Recovery Administration and Industry





Box 104


Box 104


Box 104


Box 104


Box 104
"Steel Workers Under the NRA," by Edward A. Wieck
1936

Box 105: folder 1


Box 105


Box 105: folder 2
Rock Island Arsenal



Articles and news clippings
1919-22

Box 105: folder 3
Organizational charts
1918-20

Box 105: folder 4
Bulletins
1919-21

Box 105: folder 5
Correspondence
1921

Box 105: folder 6
Central Council
1919-21

Box 105: folder 7
Joint Conference Committee
1920-21

Box 105: folder 8
Production Committee
1920, n.d.

Box 105: folder 9
Rates of Pay Committee
1920

Box 105: folder 10
Shop Expense Committee
1919-20

Box 105: folder 11
Reports
1917-20, n.d.

Box 105: folder 12
Research notes
1920-21, n.d.

Box 105: folder 13
Reactions to Smith's manuscript
1921

Box 105: folder 14
"The Works Council at Rock Island Arsenal," by Edwin S. Smith
1923

Box 105: folder 15
Rocky Mountain Fuel Company



Articles and newspaper clippings
1928-33

Box 105: folder 16-18
Contracts
1928-33, n.d.

Box 105: folder 19
People



Green, Jack
1931-33

Box 105: folder 20
Peabody, J. Paul
1932-33

Box 106: folder 1
1928-46

Box 106: folder 2
Vincent, Merle
1931-36

Box 106: folder 3
Reports
1930-34

Box 106: folder 4


Box 106
Statement of Operations
1928-31

Box 106: folder 5
Statistics
1931-33, n.d.

Box 106: folder 6



List of published investigations since
1900, circa 1912

Box 106: folder 7
Articles and news clippings



General
1921-45

Box 106: folder 8-9
Hours
1921-31

Box 106: folder 10
Clothing and accessories
1910-25, n.d.

Box 106: folder 11
Household workers
1919, n.d.

Box 106: folder 12
Married
1924-31

Box 106: folder 13
Other workers
1900, 1918, n.d.

Box 106: folder 14
Part-time
n.d.

Box 106: folder 15
Secretarial
1919, n.d.

Box 106: folder 16
Transportation
1918-26

Box 106: folder 17
Connecticut
n.d.

Box 106: folder 18
Delaware
n.d.

Box 106: folder 19
Illinois
n.d.

Box 106: folder 20
Indiana
1900, 1910

Box 106: folder 21
Massachusetts
1911-20

Box 107: folder 1
Michigan
1911

Box 107: folder 2
New Jersey
1912

Box 107: folder 3
New York



General
1900, 1944, n.d.

Box 107: folder 4
Interviews, 60 Hour Factor Law
1905-06

Box 107: folder 5
Ohio
1900, 1921, n.d.

Box 107: folder 6
Pennsylvania
1900-28, n.d.

Box 107: folder 7
Rhode Island
n.d.

Box 107: folder 8
Printed materials
1919-55, n.d.

Box 107: folder 9
Smith College



Board of Trustees


Box 107
Correspondence
1922-30

Box 107: folder 10-18
Meetings
1922-29

Box 107: folder 19-21
Committee on College Houses
1923-30

Box 107: folder 22
Organization of college faculty
1925-27

Box 107: folder 23
Miscellaneous printed material

[see also Oversize Materials]

1912-57

Box 107: folder 24
Training School for Social Work



Correspondence
1921

Box 107: folder 25
Alumnae Committee


Box 107
Correspondence
1922-26

Box 108: folder 1-2
Minutes
1922

Box 108: folder 3
Memoranda
1922-26

Box 108: folder 4
Reports
1922-24

Box 108: folder 5-6
Articles and news clippings
1922-23

Box 108: folder 7
Miscellaneous material
1918-34

Box 108: folder 8
Social Science Research Council
1927-45, n.d.

Box 108: folder 9
Social Science Employees' Union
1940

Box 108: folder 10
Social Workers for Smith
1928

Box 108: folder 11
Social Workers' Alliance
1933

Box 108: folder 12
Social Work Today
1941-42

Box 108: folder 13
Society for the Advancement of Management



General
1938-56, n.d.

Box 108: folder 14
Women's Work Conference
1944

Box 108: folder 15
Taylor Society
1921-34

Box 108: folder 16
Textile Workers' Union of America
1942-43

Box 108: folder 17
United Committee of South-Slavic Americans
1943-45

Box 108: folder 18
United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America
1949-52, n.d.

Box 108: folder 19
1942-45

Box 108: folder 20
United States Department of Labor

[see also SERIES IV. SUBJECT FILES-Labor]




General
1920-40

Box 109: folder 1
Advisory Committee to the Secretary of Labor
1933-34

Box 109: folder 2
1933-45

Box 109: folder 3
United States Employment Service


Box 109
Conference
1918

Box 109: folder 4
Federal Advisory Council


Box 109
Invite and newspaper clippings of resignation
1933

Box 109: folder 5
Correspondence re: resignation
1933

Box 109: folder 6
Woman in Industry Service
1919

Box 109: folder 7
Women's Bureau



Correspondence
1919-59

Box 109: folder 8-11
Immigrants in industry
1920, n.d.

Box 109: folder 12


Box 109
Articles
1906-28, n.d.

Box 109: folder 13
Employment of women
1926-28

Box 109: folder 14-15
Newspaper clippings
1926-49

Box 110: folder 1
Personnel classification
1923-25

Box 110: folder 2
Publications
1919-55

Box 110: folder 3
Research data
1920-27, n.d.

Box 110: folder 4
Women's Industrial Conference (1st), Washington, D.C. (Jan. 1923)
1923

Box 110: folder 5
Women's Industrial Conference (2nd), Washington, D.C.
(Jan. 1926)


General
1925-26

Box 110: folder 6
Articles and newspaper clippings
1925-26

Box 110: folder 7
Speeches
1926

Box 110: folder 8
Women's Bureau vs. Woman's Party
1926-28

Box 110: folder 9
Miscellaneous material
1921-29

Box 110: folder 10
Universal Christian Conference on Life and Work
1922-27

Box 110: folder 11-12
Utilities Consumer League
1934, n.d.

Box 110: folder 13


Box 110
Wellesley Summer Institute for Social Progress
1933

Box 110: folder 14
The Woman Citizen
1924-27

Box 110: folder 15
Women's Christian Temperance Union

[see National Women's Christian Temperance Union]



Box 110
Women's Committee for Republican Spain
1939

Box 110: folder 16
Women's International Democratic Federation
1952-61, n.d.

Box 110: folder 17
Women's Organization for World Order (Canada)
1946

Box 110: folder 18
Woodstock Women's Civic Group
1950

Box 110: folder 19
World Federation of Trade Unions
1946-47, n.d.

Box 110: folder 20
World Trade Tribunal
1931-40

Box 110: folder 21
Yenching University
1932-33

Box 110: folder 22



Conference
1903-04

Box 111: folder 1
Convention


Box 111
1920

Box 111: folder 2
1932

Box 111: folder 3-4
Industrial work



General
1921-28, n.d.

Box 111: folder 5
National Industrial Assembly, Minneapolis, MN (May 1932)
1932

Box 111: folder 6
Survey of women in industry in the World War
1920

Box 111: folder 7
Threads: The Story of the Industrial Work of the YWCA in China
1925

Box 111: folder 8
Invitations to speak
1920-40

Box 111: folder 9
Migration work
1923-24

Box 111: folder 10
Mission class papers, Silver Bay
1910-11

Box 111: folder 11
National Business and Professional Assembly, Minneapolis, MN (May 1932)
1932

Box 111: folder 12
Newspaper clippings
1920-24, n.d.

Box 111: folder 13
Publications
1925-34

Box 111: folder 14
SERIES VI. BOOKS FROM VAN KLEECK'S LIBRARY
(1912-1961)


Supplementary information


Box 111: folder 15
On shelf



Alfred, Helen, Public Ownership in the U.S.A.
1961

Box 111
America's Interests after the European War
1915

Box 111
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Summarized Proceedings, 1934-40


Box 111
Amerikareise deutscher Gewerkschaftsführer
1926

Box 111
Bingham, Alfred M. and Selden Rodman, eds., Challenge to the New Deal
1934

Box 111
Bloch, Louis, Labor Agreements in Coal Mines
1931

Box 111
Charity Organization Bulletin
1911-12

Box 111
Congressional Hearings on Social Insurance 1935: H.R. 2827


Box 111
Cordell, William H. and Kathryn Coe Cordell, American Points of View, 1935
1936

Box 111
Ferris, Helen, and Virginia Moore, Girls Who Did: Stories of Real Girls and their Careers
1927

Box 111
Friedman, Elisha M., America and the New Era: A Symposium on Social Reconstruction
1920

Box 111
Glenn, John M., Lilian Brandt, and F. Emerson Andrews, Russell Sage Foundation, 1907-46, 2 vols.
1947

Box 111
Hewes, Amy and Henriette Walter, Munition Makers
1917

Box 111
Hurlin, Ralph G., and William A. Berridge, eds., Employment Statistics for the United States
1926

Box 111
Johnson, Charles S., ed., Ebony and Topaz : A Collectanea
1927

Box 111
--------. The Negro in American Civilization: A Study of Negro Life and Race Relations in the Light of Social Research
1930

Box 111
La Dame, Mary, Securing Employment for the Handicapped
1927

Box 111
--------. The Filene Store: A Study of Employes' Relation to Management in a Retail Store
1930

Box 111
Loeb, Harold, Full Production Without War,
1946

Box 111
Lönberg-Holm, K., and C. Theodore Larson, Planning for Productivity
1940

Box 111
National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, Reports: The Causes of Crime
1931

Box 111
Nevins, Allan, Henry White: Thirty Years of American Diplomacy,
1930

Box 111
Odencrantz, Louise C., Italian Women in Industry
1919

Box 111
Page, Kirby, ed., Recent Gains in American Civilization
1928

Box 111
Peters, Clarence A., comp., American Capitalism vs. Russian Communism
1946

Box 111
Proceedings of the Conference on Canadian-American Affairs
1937

Box 111
Proceedings of the Industrial Relations Association of America
1920

Box 111
Proceedings of the National Conference of Social Work
1924, 1934, 1935, 1940, 1946, 1948

Box 111
Proceedings of the New York State Conference of Charities and Correction
1916

Box 111
Rational Organization and Industrial Relations: A Symposium of Views from Management, Labour, and the Social Sciences
1929

Box 111
Report of the First International Conference of Industrial Welfare Workers,
1922

Box 111
Report of First Triennial Congress…on the Subject of Fundamental Relationships between all Sections of the Industrial Community, 2 vols
1928

Box 111
Russell Sage Foundation Industrial Studies Pamphlets 1-7
1914-22:


"Industrial Investigations of the Russell Sage Foundation,"
1916

Box 111
"Investigations of Industries in New York City, 1905-15,"
1916

Box 111
"Wages in the Millinery Trade,"
1914

Box 111
"Women as Munition Makers,"
1917

Box 111
"Industrial Disputes and the Canadian Act,"
1917

Box 111
"Munition Workers in England and France,"
1917

Box 111
The Coal Miners' Insecurity,"
1922

Box 111
Schrader, Karl and Franz Josef Furtwängler, Das Werktätige Indien: Sein Werden und sein Kampf
1928

Box 111
Second International Conference of Social Work
1933

Box 111
Selekman, Ben, Employes' Representation in Steel Works
1924

Box 111
--------. Sharing Management with the Workers: A Study of the Partnership Plan of the Dutchess Bleachery, Wappingers Falls, New York
1924

Box 111
--------. Postponing Strikes
1927

Box 111
Seventeenth New York State Conference on Charities and Correction, Poughkeepsie

[see Proceedings of the New York State Conference of Charities and Correction, 1916]

1916

Box 111
Social Work Yearbook 1929


Box 111
Toward Interracial Cooperation: What was said and done at the first National Interracial Conference, held under the auspices of the Commission on the Church and Race Relations of the Federal Council of the Churches and the Commission on Inter-racial Cooperation, Cincinnati, Ohio
Mar. 25-27, 1925.

Box 111
Ward, Henry F., and Richard Henry Edwards, Christianizing Community Life
1917

Box 111
Wieck Edward A., The American Miners' Association: A Record of the Origin of Coal Miners' Unions in the United States
1940

Box 111
--------. Preventing Fatal Explosions in Coal Mines
1942

Box 111
--------. "The Miners' Case and the Public Interest,"
1947

Box 111
World Social Economic Congress, International Employment: A Study of Fluctuations in Employment and Unemployment in Several Countries, 1910-30 (2 copies)
1931

Box 111
World Economic Conference, World Social Economic Planning: The Necessity for Planned Adjustment of Productive Capacity and Standards of Living,
1931

Box 111
World Economic Conference, World Social Economic Planning: The Necessity for Planned Adjustment of Productive Capacity and Standards of Living, Addendum,
1931

Box 111
World Power Conference, Power Resources of the World (Potential and Developed)
1929

Box 111
SERIES VII. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS [Advance notice is required to hear or view materials without a use copy.]
(1929-1999)


Audiocassettes



J. Dyck FleddérusNew York City (6 audiocassettes-3 masters and 3 use copies)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

24 Feb 1989,

Box 112-114
Leonard BoudinNew York City (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

7 Apr 1989,

Box 112-114
Corliss LamontNew York City (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)
7 Apr 1989,

Box 112-114
Sidney Hooktelephone interview (3 audiocassettes-1 master, 1 duplicating master and 1 use copy)
3 May 1989,

Box 112-114
Edith Tigertelephone interview, New York City (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

12 May 1989,

Box 112-114
Clara Beyer and Jacob Fisher(2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

8 Jun 1989

Box 112-114
Simon Breines(4 audiocassettes-2 masters and 2 use copies)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

10 Jun 1989

Box 112-114
Margaret S. GriersonNorthampton, MA (1 audiocassette-master only)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

20 Jun 1989,

Box 112-114
J. Dyck Fleddérus, Eleanor Flexner and Caroline Waretelephone interviews (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)
Jun 1989,

Box 112-114
Howard Laffoon, Women's Bureau Messenger(1 audiocassette-master only)
18 Aug 1989

Box 112-114
Simon and Nessie BreinesNew York City (2 audiocassettes-masters only)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

16 Oct 1989,

Box 112-114
Barbara Roberts and Clara Van KleeckStockbridge, MA and Woodstock, NY (4 audiocassettes-2 masters and 2 use copies)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

23-24 Jul 1990,

Box 112-114
Clara Van Kleeck and Mrs. Johtje VossWoodstock NY (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

24 July 1990,

Box 112-114
Dorothy "Dottie" HavesslerWoodstock, NY (2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

24 Jul 1990,

Box 112-114
Alice Cook, phone interview(1 audiocassette-master only)
27 Oct 1991, 3 Nov 1991

Box 112-114
Horace and Davis BanereyToronto (2 audiocassettes-masters only)
20 Jun 1992,

Box 112-114
Simon and Nessie Breines and Edith TigerNew York City--version 1 (1 audiocassette of Reel 1 of videotaped interview-master only)

[see also Video materials]

10 Sep 1992,

Box 112-114
Simon and Nessie Breines and Edith TigerNew York City-version 2 (1 audiocassette of Reel 1 of videotaped interview-master only)
10 Sep 1992,

Box 112-114
Edith Tiger and Sophie [?](1 audiocassette of Reel 2 of videotaped interview-master only)

[see also Video materials]

10 Sep 1992

Box 112-114
Alice Cook, Ithaca, NY(2 audiocassettes-1 master and 1 use copy)

[see also Video materials]

11 Sep 1992

Box 112-114
Clara van Kleeck, Dorothy "Dottie" Havessler, and Al and Gohtje Voss, Woodstock, NY(2 audiocassettes-masters only)

[see also Video materials]

12 Sep 1992

Box 112-114
Jack Fisher(3 audiocassettes-2 masters and the use copy for the second audiocassette)
19 Sep 1992

Box 112-114
A. Turail(1 audiocassette-master only; missing tapes 1-2 of 3)
10 May 1993

Box 112-114
A. Victor Rabinowitz, Robert Morris and Edith Tiger(2 audiocassettes-masters only)
13-14 May 1993

Box 112-114
Frieda and Sid SlaytonLake Hill, NY (1 audiocassette-master only)
9 Oct 1993,

Box 112-114
Margaret Peters(1 audiocassette-master only; missing tape 1 of 2)

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS--Recollections and interviews]

9 Oct 1993

Box 112-114
Young, Francestelephone interview, (1 audiocassette-master only)
3 Sep 1994,

Box 112-114
Clara Beyer (unintelligible), Alice Cook, Helen Hill Miller, telephone interviews(1 audiocassette-master only)
n.d.

Box 112-114
Video materials (Note: Betas may be difficult to copy)



Mary van Kleeck speaking about the Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, Fox-Movietone Newsreel Out-Take; copy made from Fox Movietone newsreel collection at University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC [1 master VHS cassette]
1929

Box 115
C. H. van der Leeuw and Mary van Kleeck, World Social Economic Congress, Amsterdam[1 master VHS cassette]
1931

Box 115
Simon and Nessie Breines and Edith TigerNew York City [1 master VHS cassette]
10 Sep 1992,

Box 115
Alice Cook, Mary van Kleeck documentary[2 VHS cassettes-1 master and 1 use copy]
11 Sep 1992

Box 115
Mary van Kleeck's snapshot negative rolls[1 master VHS cassette]
Oct 1992

Box 115
MOS, Mary van Kleeck documentary: Buildings, old photos[1 master beta and 1 VHS use copy]
15 June 1993

Box 115
Interviews, Mary van Kleeck documentary[1 master beta cassette]
15 Jun 1993

Box 115
M. Ruail, V. Rabinowitz, and R. Morris, Mary van Kleeck documentary[1 master VHS cassette]
16 June 1993

Box 116
Edith Tiger, Mary van Kleeck documentary[1 master VHS cassette]
16 June 1993

Box 116
Russell Sage footage, Rockefeller Archives Center[1 master VHS cassette]
1994

Box 116
Sample reel: "Excerpts from a film in progress on the life and times of Mary van Kleeck, 1883-1972," [2 master beta cassettes; 2 VHS cassettes--1 print master and 1 use copy]
1994

Box 116
Central Casting[1 master VHS cassette]
1999

Box 116
Excerpt of Mary van Kleeck in Central Casting[1 master VHS cassette]
1999

Box 116
OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Daily activities file
1930-31

Box 117
IRI notes
1918-46

Box 117
Russell Sage Foundation


Box 118
Filene Study


Box 118
National Recovery Administration and Industry



Automobiles


Box 118
Part one


Box 118
Part two


Box 119
Hosiery


Box 119
Rubber


Box 119
Shipping


Box 119
Steel


Box 119
Notes


Box 119
Interviews


Box 120
Textiles


Box 120
Various industries


Box 120
Miscellaneous interviews


Box 121
Rock Island Arsenal



Employees' representation


Box 121
Notes and interviews


Box 121
Rocky Mountain Fuel Company


Box 122
List of publications by Mary van Kleeck, arranged by publisher


Box 122
IRI publicity scrapbook
1934

Box 123
Labor newspapers



The CIO News, Washington, DC
1950-52

Box 124
The Compass, New York
31 Dec. 1950

Box 124
The Dispatcher, San Francisco
1950-51

Box 124
The Guild Reporter, New York, NY
8 Aug. 1938

Box 124
The Northwest Organizer, Minneapolis, MN
1 May 1935

Box 124
The Organizer, Kansas City, MS
May 1933

Box 124
The Organizer, Minneapolis
Aug.-Sept. 1934

Box 124
Rank and File Miner
Apr. 1935

Box 124
Romanian News, Washington, DC
1949-53

Box 124
Steel Labor, Indianapolis, IN
1950-51

Box 124
Textile Labor, New York, NY
1950-51

Box 124
United Rubber Workers, Akron, OH
Apr.-Dec. 1950

Box 124
Colorado Labor Advocate, Denver
15 June 1933

Box 125
Labor, Washington, DC
1950-51

Box 125
Labor News, Seattle
Mar.-May 1935

Box 125
NCR Progress, Dayton, OH
6 July 1992

Box 125
Flushing High School diplomas
1900

Box 126: folder 1
Smith College diploma
1904

Box 126
Appointment to the Conference on Unemployment
1922

Box 126
Smith College Weekly,
15 Oct. 1924

Box 126
Smith College Weekly Bulletin
25 Apr. 1926

Box 126
Saint Nicholas Society Paas Festival seating arrangement
1931

Box 126
St. Lawrence University, Honorary LLD diploma
1938

Box 126
Photographs



Mary van Kleeck
circa 1900

Box 126
YWCA student meeting, Silver Bay, NY
circa 1910

Box 126
IRI meeting, Flushing (Vlissingen), Holland
1925

Box 126
Eliza Mayer Van Kleeck
n.d.

Box 126
Mary van Kleeck, Mary Flédderus, and others riding down into the Grand Canyon
n.d.

Box 126
Article about Mary Anderson, Ladies Home Journal
Aug. 1920

Box 126: folder 2
"Warburg Assails Federal Reserve," New York Times
1929

Box 126
The Compass,
1 Dec. 1950

Box 126
Articles


Box 126: folder 3
"Will Canada Find a Way?," The Survey
15 Nov. 1924

Box 126
"Employes' Representation in Steel and Coal," The New Republic
25 Feb. 1925

Box 126
Cover, Survey Graphic
Mar. 1932

Box 126
"Will These Nations be Self-sufficient in Chemical Raw Materials in Wartime?," Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering,
July 1938

Box 126
"Postscript on Finland," Social Work Today
27 Dec. 1939

Box 126
Speeches



"Social Work and the International Crisis,"
1939

Box 126
Introductory remarks about Henry Wallace
21 Apr. 1948

Box 126
Book reviews: "Public Ownership for the Coal Industry: Miners and Management,"
circa 1934

Box 126
Photograph of cover, Miners and Management by Mary van Kleeck
circa 1934

Box 126
Notes: Chart, "Will These Nations be Chemically Self-Sufficient in Wartime?," Optimum Productivity II
n.d.

Box 126
Civil liberties: "Rights," Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
May 1953

Box 126: folder 4
Coal industry



Harold Ickes, "Crisis in Coal," Colliers
4 Sept. 1943

Box 126
John L. Lewis, "There is No Labor Movement," Colliers
5 May 1945

Box 126
"Gifts from a White House Santa Claus," New York Herald Tribune
3 Jan. 1932

Box 126
Countries



Germany: "Germany Wants to Do Business With You," New York Times advertisement
1 Apr. 1956

Box 126
Greece: "J'Accuse: An Open Letter to Mr. Winston Churchill
Jan. 1945

Box 126
India: Jawaharlal Nehru, "Nehru Flings a Challenge," New York Times Magazine
19 July 1942

Box 126
U.S.S.R.: Survey Graphic
Nov. 1932

Box 126
Yugoslavia


Box 126
"Mineral Map of Yugoslavia,"
May 1944

Box 126
"Coal, Petroleum, and Natural Gas Fields of Yugoslavia,"
May 1944

Box 126
Great Depression: Charles Kettering, "Unemployment and the Industrial System," Saturday Evening Post
13 Dec. 1930

Box 126
Labor



Sidney Hillman, "One Voice for Sixty Million," Colliers
29 Sept. 1945

Box 126
Benjamin Stolberg, "Sidney Hillman: Success Story," Saturday Evening Post
19 Oct. 1940

Box 126
Scale Agreement District No.
2, 1906

Box 126
Refugees: "Text of Resignation of League Commissioner for German Refugees," New York Times,
30 Dec. 1935

Box 126
Rubber: "Reversal in Rubber," Fortune Magazine
Mar. 1946

Box 126
Textile Industry: "Average Number of Wage-Earners in Cotton Goods Industry…1914 vs. 1919,"
1920

Box 126
Unemployment: Articles and newspaper clippings on Unemployment
1928-30

Box 126
Consumer's League: National Consumer's League, 50th Anniversary Bulletin
Winter 1949

Box 126: folder 5
International Industrial Relations Institute (IRI)



1931 Congress Publication Account up to
March 31, 1933

Box 126
Henry Barclay, "Mexico, Our Good Red Neighbor," America's Future
Nov. 1938

Box 126
Chart, "Possibilities of Extension for Cotton Culture,"
n.d.

Box 126
"The Human Factor as an Object of the Efforts of International Organization,"
n.d.

Box 126
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union: Strike ads
n.d.

Box 126
International Management Institute



"The Content of 'Industrial Relations,'"
n.d.

Box 126
"Steps to Prosperity by the International Management Institute,"
n.d.

Box 126
League of Nations



Chart, League of Nations
1925

Box 126
I.L.O. News Service newspapers
1943-47

Box 126
Maritime Federation of the Pacific: Voice of the Federation
14 June 1935

Box 126
Pictorial Review: Poster
n.d.

Box 126
Progressive Party: Today's Outlook
Sept. 1949

Box 126
Russell Sage Foundation



Employees' representation


Box 126
Leopold Demuth, "Two Years of Industrial Democracy at the Plant of William Demuth & Co,"
n.d.

Box 126
Reprint, "Man Who Gave Workers $1,000,000 Business Calls it Merely Justice," New York Times
7 Jan. 1923

Box 126
Reprint, "Man Who Gave Workers $1,000,000 Business Calls it Merely Justice," New York Times, 7 Jan. 1923 No Labor Troubles Under This Plan," Forbes Magazine
n.d.

Box 126
"Announcements to the Employees of Vulcan Ironworks,"
Apr. 1920

Box 126
"The White Motor Company-Factory Organization,"
29 Apr. 1919

Box 126
Rock Island Arsenal: Organization charts of employees
1919-20

Box 126
Rocky Mountain Fuel and Iron Company: "The Woman Who Challenged the Rockefeller Billions," St. Louis Dispatch
20 Sept. 1931

Box 126
U.S. Department of Labor



Charts, "Hour Laws for Women Workers,"
n.d.

Box 126
"Defend American Womanhood by Protecting their Homes, Edgerton Tells Women in Industry,"
19 Jan. 1926

Box 126
Flat file, Drawer 36



Galley proof, Oliver Sheldon, "The Art of Management,"
circa 1923

Box 126
Galley proofs, "The Question of the Right to Strike,"
1924

Box 126
Galley proofs, "The Question of 'Recognizing Women,'"
1924

Box 126
Chart of materials used for various studies, U.S. Dept of Labor
circa 1925

Box 126
"Production and Distribution of Electronic Current,"
1928

Box 126
"Statement of Coal Weighed at Mine # 42," Bethlehem Mines Corporation
Nov. 1933

Box 126
Tonnage bulletin, Edenborn Mines
Nov.-Dec. 1933

Box 126
Tonnage bulletin, Colonial # 4, Frick Mines
Nov.-Dec. 1933

Box 126
Map, Pocahontas Coal Field
1933

Box 126
Kanawha & Hocking Coal & Coke Company Weight Sheets



Carbondale Mine
Jan. 1934

Box 126
Longacre Mine
Jan. 1934

Box 126
Tonnage bulletin, Colonial #3
20 Mar. 1934

Box 126
Photographs, IRI Congress
1938

Box 126
Poster, "The New Poland,"
n.d.

Box 126
Chart, "Elements of Planning,"
n.d

Box 126

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Subjects
  • American Association of Social Workers--History--Sources
  • American Association of University Women--History--Sources
  • American Civil Liberties Union--History--Sources
  • Anderson, Mary
  • Beard, Mary Ritter, 1876-1958--Correspondence
  • Bryn Mawr College. Summer School for Women Workers in Industry
  • Civil rights--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Coal industry and trade--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Coal miners--United States--History--Sources
  • Coit, Eleanor G.--Correspondence
  • Cost and standard of living--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Douglas, Dorothy W. (Dorothy Wolff), 1890-1968--Correspondence
  • Equal rights amendments--United States--History--Sources
  • Female friendship--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Fledderus, Mary L. (Mary Lambertine), 1886- --Correspondence
  • Goldmark, Pauline Dorothea--Correspondence
  • Grierson, Margaret--Correspondence
  • Hamilton, Alice, 1869-1970--Correspondence
  • Industrial hygiene--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Industrial relations--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Insurance, Unemployment--Law and legislation--United States--History--Sources
  • International Industrial Relations Institute--History--Sources
  • Labor laws and legislation--United States--History--Sources
  • Labor--Research--United States
  • Labor--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Leslie, Mabel--Correspondence
  • Lewis, John Llewellyn, 1880-1969--Correspondence
  • Management--Employee participation--United States--History--Sources
  • National Research Council (U.S.)--History--Sources
  • National Woman's Party--History--Sources
  • National Women's Trade Union League of America--History--Sources
  • Neilson, William Allan, 1869-1946--Correspondence
  • New Deal, 1933-1939
  • Refugees, Jewish--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Rocky Mountain Fuel Company
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962--Correspondence
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945--Correspondence
  • Russell Sage Foundation--History--Sources
  • Schneiderman, Rose, 1882- --Correspondence
  • Simms, Florence, 1873-1923
  • Smith College. School for Social Work--History--Sources
  • Social reformers--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Social settlements--New York (N.Y.)--History--Sources
  • Social work administration--United States--History--Sources
  • Socialism, Christian--United States--History--Sources
  • Soviet Union--Economic conditions--1917-1945
  • Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935--Correspondence
  • Unemployment--History--Sources
  • United Mine Workers of America--History--20th century--Sources
  • United States. Women's Bureau--History--Sources
  • Van Kleeck, Mary, 1883-
  • Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940--Correspondence
  • Women--Congresses--History
  • Women--Economic conditions--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women--Employment--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women--Legal status, laws, etc.--History--20th century--Sources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Women--United States
  • World War, 1939-1945--Women--United States
  • Yergan, Max--Correspondence
  • Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A.--History


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