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Lillian Moller Gilbreth Papers, 1860 - 1999
15 boxes (6.5 linear ft.)
Collection number: 374

Abstract:
Industrial engineer. In addition to industrial engineering, Gilbreth and her husband published and lectured extensively on the subject of motion saving techniques and worker efficiency with respect to both physical ability and psychological variables. Family material reflects the unique Gilbreth method of child-rearing. The bulk of the family correspondence is with Gilbreth's third daughter, Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. Other materials include awards, photographs, writings and speeches.

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:

Ernestine Gilbreth Carey's estate owns copyright for unpublished works by Lillian Moller Gilbreth. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Copyright to materials authored by others may be 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. Permission to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use" must also be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note
The Gilbreth family goes for a ride, circa 1920

The Gilbreth family goes for a ride, circa 1920

Lillian Moller Gilbreth is perhaps most widely known as the mother of the Cheaper by the Dozen family but her talent and groundbreaking influence in the field of industrial engineering is her most remarkable achievement. Lillian Moller was born in 1878 to William Moller, a partner in a large retail hardware business, and Annie Delger. As a youth, she became interested in poetry and pursued her passion as an undergraduate. In 1900, Lillian Moller graduated from the University of California with a degree in British literature. She then attended Columbia University for graduate study in English literature. Two years later she was awarded a Master's degree. In 1903, she met Frank Bunker Gilbreth, a cousin of her chaperone. Frank Gilbreth had risen from an apprentice bricklayer to become a well-known contractor through his labor-saving techniques and ingenuity. The couple married in 1904 and soon thereafter embarked upon a joint career in industrial engineering. After publishing two books, Motion Study (1911) and Primer of Scientific Management (1912), the couple moved from Boston to Providence, Rhode Island where they founded Gilbreth, Incorporated, a consulting engineering firm. Lillian M. Gilbreth received her Ph.D. in industrial psychology from Brown University in 1915. Lillian and Frank Gilbreth were popular lecturers and spoke at many conventions and universities on the subject of motion saving techniques and worker efficiency with respect to both physical ability and psychological variables. Lillian Gilbreth stressed the "human element in management" and believed that the individual worker was more responsive to recognition of good performance than to threats of punishment. This type of positive discipline was integral to the Gilbreth method of management, which they practiced both professionally and also in their domestic life. Between 1905 and 1922, Lillian Gilbreth gave birth to twelve children, eleven of whom survived to adulthood. In 1924, Frank Gilbreth died suddenly of a heart attack. Lillian attempted to continue their consulting business. She experienced so much discrimination in her attempt to go solo in an overwhelmingly male profession, that she began concentrating on issues of homemaking. Gilbreth published two books on the subject, The Home-Maker and Her Job (1927) and Management in the Home (1954). Gilbreth and her husband were also concerned with the needs of disabled individuals. While he was still alive, they published several articles on disabled soldiers and Gilbreth continued this thread by designing equipment and motion saving methods to make household tasks easier for disabled people. She also published two books on this subject, Normal Lives for the Disabled (1933) which she co-authored with Edna Yost, her friend and later biographer, and Straight Talk for Disabled Veterans (1945). Despite the obstacles faced by a woman in the field of engineering, Gilbreth's career flourished. She was appointed professor of management at Purdue University in 1935 and also was a member of the faculty at Newark College of Engineering from 1941-43. She also volunteered for many groups and organizations, including the Girl Scouts of America. Throughout her career, Gilbreth won many awards and was a popular speaker. She died in 1972 at the age of 83.

For more information, see Jane Lancaster's dissertation, Wasn't She the Mother in Cheaper by Dozen: A Life of Lillian Moller Gilbreth, 1878-1972 (1998); Laurel Graham's book, Managing on Her Own (1998); and the American National Biography and Notable American Women.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Lillian Moller Gilbreth Papers consist of 6.5 linear feet of material dating from the late 1860s through 1999. The collection contains both personal and professional papers. Ernestine Gilbreth Carey, her third daughter, has been instrumental in both the documentation and publicity of her mother's career. Carey is the author of two books that describe her unusual upbringing, Cheaper by the Dozen (1948), which she co-authored with her brother Frank Gilbreth, Jr., and Belles on Their Toes (1950). Carey gathered most of the material in this collection in preparation for a biography of her mother. Many of the documents contain notes that reflect Carey's process as a writer and researcher.

The Lillian Moller Gilbreth Papers at the Sophia Smith Collection are closely associated with the Ernestine Gilbreth Carey Papers also housed here. A more extensive archive of Lillian Gilbreth is located in the Department of Special Collections and Archives at Purdue University Library.


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:

Ernestine Gilbreth Carey's estate owns copyright for unpublished works by Lillian Moller Gilbreth. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Copyright to materials authored by others may be 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. Permission to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use" must also be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property.

Preferred Citation

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

Lillian Moller Gilbreth Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

Ernestine Gilbreth Carey (Smith 1929) donated the material in this collection over the course of several years.

Processing Information

Processed by Jack Slowriver and Kathleen Banks Nutter, 2001.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Smith College Special Collections
Young Library
4 Tyler Drive
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

Email: specialcollections@smith.edu
URL: https://www.smith.edu/libraries/special-collections
Language
English.
Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Series Descriptions
(1905-99, n.d.)
2.75 linear ft

The material in this series is divided into five subseries: General, Writings about Gilbreth, Family, Death, and Awards, commemorations, remembrances, and tributes. The material under the General heading includes notebooks, memorabilia, date books, address books, itineraries, and a curriculum vita.

The Writings about Gilbreth are rather extensive and include scholarly works, articles published in trade magazines, works representing the influence of the Gilbreth method in the field of management, and newspaper clippings. Of particular interest are the scholarly writings by Laurel D. Graham, which discuss Gilbreth's career and the extent of her influence.

The material pertaining to the Gilbreth Family includes a family log, a variety of recollections, and material that reflects the unique Gilbreth method of child-rearing. The daily schedules, typewriting instructions, and especially the "Bi-Man" and "The Ambidextrous" magazines created by the children reflect the ways in which the emphasis on efficient time and motion management characterized the Gilbreth home.

The subseries that pertains to Gilbreth's Death is comprised mainly of obituaries, numerous letters of condolence, and memorial gifts. Arranged alphabetically, the final subsereries, Awards, commemorations, remembrance, and tributes, accounts for nearly half of all the biographical material contained in this series. While Gilbreth received many honors and awards during her lifetime, the bulk of the material represents posthumous recognition. Especially noteworthy is the material pertaining to the 1984 Gilbreth commemorative stamp; Ernestine Carey, Gilbreth's daughter, spearheaded this initiative and the organizational schemes of many of the letters and virtually all of the notes pertaining to this endeavor are Carey's creation.

(1879-1984, n.d.)
2 linear ft.

This series is divided into two subseries, Family and Friends and associates. While there is some correspondence between Gilbreth and her sister, Annie Moller Cross, her husband, and her other children, the bulk of the family correspondence is with her daughter, Ernestine Gilbreth Carey [closed until 2013], dating from 1925, when Carey was a student at Smith College, to 1968, at which point the ailing Gilbreth moved in with her daughter, Ernestine Carey, before taking up her final residence at the Beatitudes nursing home.

The correspondence between Gilbreth and her Friends and associates is sparse, with the exceptions of that with her most prominent protégé, Bo Casten Carlberg, and her long-time friend, Jewel C. Hardkopf.

(1915-67, n.d.)
1 linear ft.

This series is organized into two subseries, Speeches and Writings. The transcripts of her speeches span the dates of her solo career and provide excellent insight into the specifics of her management theories; they also offer a glimpse of her personality. Gilbreth's personal life is more apparent in her autobiographical writings and the memoir of her husband, The Quest for the One Best Way. This subseries also contains professional writings she authored individually and a selection of those she wrote in collaboration with her husband. Some of the latter bear only the name of Frank Gilbreth as author. These are included because, as Frank himself acknowledged, Lillian's professional input was a factor in virtually everything he published.

(1924-81, n.d.)
.25 linear ft.

This series is divided into the subseries Organizations and Professional activities. Organizations includes reports, programs, and printed material from four professional organizations of which Gilbreth was a member. The material regarding Gilbreth's Professional activities relates her to household innovations and includes printed material, newspaper clippings, articles, and notes by Ernestine Carey.

(circa 1860s-1996)
.5 linear feet

The photographs in this series include portraits of Gilbreth alone as well as photographs that document her wedding, various family members, residences, and aspects of her professional life.

There are also many photographs documenting the ceremonies that honored Gilbreth after her death. Of particular interest are the numerous images of the eleven surviving Gilbreth children gathered together at the commemorative stamp ceremony.

(1904-1995, n.d.)


This series contains an assortment of memorabilia, including Gilbreth's National Women's Hall of Fame medal, material from her wedding gown, a sewing bag, house keys, and a turquoise beret, among other items. Also of interest is the undated 16 mm filmstrip of Gilbreth's speech at Waseda University in Tokyo.

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS



General



Fact sheet,
circa 1984

Box 1: folder 1
Curriculum vita,
1969

Box 1: folder 2
Notebook,
1945-circa 1953

Box 1: folder 3
Datebook,
1968

Box 1: folder 4
Address books,
1967-71

Box 1: folder 5-6
Itinerary,
1965, 1967

Box 1: folder 7
Beatitudes nursing home guest book,
1969-72

Box 1: folder 8
Miscellaneous memorabilia,

[see also SERIES VI. OVERSIZED MATERIAL]

1962, 1969-72, n.d.

Box 1: folder 9
Writings about Gilbreth



Scholarly works



General,
1983-95, n.d.

Box 2: folder 1
Laurel D. Graham



Articles,
1992-99

Box 2: folder 2
Lillian Moller Gilbreth's extensions of scientific management into women's work,
1924-1935, 1992

Box 2: folder 3
Articles



General,
1923-96, n.d.

Box 2: folder 4
Journal of Industrial Engineering,
1962

Box 2: folder 5
The Gilbreth Story,
1968

Box 2: folder 6
Writings pertaining to Gilbreth's influence on management methods



General (includes Carlberg),
1912-92, n.d.

Box 2: folder 7
Frank Gilbreth, Inc.,
1923

Box 2: folder 8
Foreign language volumes,
1976, 1981, n.d.

Box 2: folder 9
Newspaper clippings,
1923-93, n.d.

Box 2: folder 10-11
Notes,
n.d.

Box 2: folder 12
Family



Marriage announcement,
1904

Box 3: folder 1
Family log,
1923-56

Box 3: folder 2
Frank Gilbreth's death,
1924

Box 3: folder 3
Miscellaneous recollections,
n.d.

Box 3: folder 4
Children



Birth announcements and list,
1905, 1922

Box 3: folder 5
Daily schedules,
1916, 1949

Box 3: folder 6
Typewriting instructions and poem,
1916, n.d.

Box 3: folder 7
"The Ambidextrous Magazine," vol. IV no. I,
1922

Box 3: folder 8-9
"Bi-Man Magazine,"
1922-23

Box 3: folder 10-19
Frank Gilbreth, Jr.



Correspondence regarding Time Out for Happiness,
1971-72

Box 3: folder 20
"Just Me," xeroxed copies of Frank Bunker Gilbreth's autobiographical notes and sketches of childhood,
n.d.

Box 4: folder 1
Miscellaneous,
n.d.

Box 4: folder 2
Death



Legal documents,
1972, n.d.

Box 4: folder 3
Obituaries



Newspaper clippings,
1972

Box 4: folder 4
Professional organizations,
1972-74

Box 4: folder 5
Memorial services and arrangements,
1972

Box 4: folder 6
Contacts,
1972

Box 4: folder 7
Letters of condolence



A-H,
1972-74

Box 4: folder 8
The Heath School, Margaret Firman's graders, 1972
4th and 5th

Box 4: folder 9
I-Z,
1972-73

Box 4: folder 10-12
Telegrams,
1972

Box 4: folder 13
Memorial gifts



General,
1972, n.d.

Box 4: folder 14
Purdue University Library,
1972

Box 4: folder 15
Society of American Women Engineers,
circa 1972, n.d.

Box 4: folder 16
Awards, commemorations, remembrances, and tributes



American Institute of Industrial Engineers, "The Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Conference": program and publicity,
1962

Box 5: folder 1
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)



Honorary membership award,
1944-50

Box 5: folder 2
Frank Gilbreth Centennial Conference,
1968


Program


Box 5: folder 3
Correspondence


Box 5: folder 4
Tributes and reminiscences


Box 5: folder 5
Scholarly papers


Box 5: folder 6
Exhibit


Box 5: folder 7
Newspaper clippings and articles,
1968-89

Box 5: folder 8
Seating arrangement


Box 5: folder 9
Notes (EGC),
n.d.

Box 5: folder 10
Beatitude library memorial exhibit,
1973

Box 5: folder 11
CIOS gold medal award: transcript of speech and article,
1954

Box 5: folder 12
Commemorative postage stamp



Correspondence



General,
1982-84, n.d.

Box 5: folder 13-15
Family,
1982-83, n.d.

Box 5: folder 16
Robert S. Dunham (family friend),
1981-82

Box 5: folder 17
Endorsements



Solicitations, contacts, and notes,
1982, n.d.

Box 5: folder 18
Individuals



General,
1982-84, n.d.

Box 5: folder 19
Helen B. Schleman (Dean of Women at Purdue, 1947-68),
1982

Box 6: folder 1
Groups and organizations



Seventh grade students,
1982

Box 6: folder 2
New Jersey organizations,
1982-84

Box 6: folder 3
Indexed correspondence,
1982-84

Box 6: folder 4-5
Publicity,
1983-84, n.d.

Box 6: folder 6
Postage stamp,
1984

Box 6: folder 7
Commemorative stamp ceremony,
1984


Correspondence


Box 6: folder 8
Guest book


Box 6: folder 9
Newspaper clippings,
1981-91, n.d.

Box 6: folder 10
Catalogs,
1984-91

Box 6: folder 11
Materials for commemorative plaque of stamp,
1991

Box 6: folder 12
Miscellaneous notes (EGC),
n.d.

Box 6: folder 13
Gilbreth Medal, Society for Advancement of Management (SAM)



International Awards Programs and Professional Membership Grades Guidelines,
1992

Box 6: folder 14
Recipients



s, n.d.
1931-90

Box 6: folder 15
Ernestine Gilbreth Carey



Correspondence



Family,
1995-96

Box 6: folder 16
SAM officials,
1972-96, n.d.

Box 6: folder 17
Program and conference material



General,
1996

Box 7: folder 1
Speech notes,
1996

Box 7: folder 2
Miscellaneous notes and articles (EGC), circa 1996
1982-

Box 7: folder 3
Publications,
1969-88, n.d.

Box 7: folder 4



General: article, correspondence, program, reminiscences, and resolution,
1969-72, 1984

Box 7: folder 5
Correspondence with Ernestine Carey,
1984, n.d.

Box 7: folder 6
Montclair Chamber of Commerce Award: correspondence,
1964

Box 7: folder 7
National Women's Hall of Fame induction,
1995

Box 7: folder 8
Southern California Work Simplification Association, "The Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Conference": program and publicity,
1968

Box 7: folder 9
"That Reminds Me," anecdotes and recollections of Lillian Gilbreth,
1958-59

Box 7: folder 10
Miscellaneous awards, tributes, etc.
1933-95

Box 7: folder 11
SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE



Family



Bunker, Minnie (cousin),
1924-58

Box 7: folder 12
Gilbreth, Frank Bunker,
1904-17

Box 7: folder 13-14
Moller, Annie Degler (LMG's mother)

[CLOSED until 2013]




1879-81

Box 8: folder 1-3
1882, n.d.

Box 8: folder 4-5
Notes on correspondence (EGC),
n.d.

Box 8: folder 6
Children



Carey, Ernestine Gilbreth

[CLOSED until 2013]




1925-28

Box 8: folder 7-13
1929-62

Box 9: folder 1-9
1963-68, n.d.

Box 10: folder 1-7
Re: Beatitudes Gilbreth exhibit and misc.,
1973, 1984, n.d.

Box 10: folder 8
Transcripts and editorial comments of select pieces of Lillian Gilbreth's correspondence (EGC),
n.d.

Box 10: folder 9
Gilbreth, Anne,
1927, 1940, n.d.

Box 11: folder 1
Gilbreth, Frank Jr., s
circa 1940s-60

Box 11: folder 2
Gilbreth, Martha,
1943-44

Box 11: folder 3
From children,
1924-28

Box 11: folder 4
To children, circa 1950s-60s
1943-44,

Box 11: folder 5
To "Family,"
1929, 1965-66

Box 11: folder 6-7
Grandchildren,
1955, 1967-68, n.d.

Box 11: folder 8
Miscellaneous,
1868, 1904, 1914, 1940s

Box 11: folder 9
Friends and associates



General, n.d
1928-48, 1956-70,

Box 11: folder 10-11
Individuals



Callaghan (?), Jane (secretary to Gilbreth),
1958

Box 11: folder 12
Carlberg, Bo Casten



1945-68

Box 11: folder 13-17
From various Gilbreths (not Lillian),
1969-71

Box 11: folder 18
Notes and transcripts of correspondence (EGC),
n.d.

Box 11: folder 19
Hardkopf, Jewel C.



1948-57

Box 11: folder 20-21
1958-68

Box 12: folder 1-3
Hilton, Eunice,
1949, 1954, n.d.

Box 12: folder 4
Kersting, Fred,
1962-68

Box 12: folder 5
May, Dr. Elizabeth,
1964-69

Box 12: folder 6
Merrill, Dot,
1952-60

Box 12: folder 7
Parker, Rachel,
1964-68

Box 12: folder 8
Sanger, Margaret,
1952

Box 12: folder 9
Schwab, Jack,
1968

Box 12: folder 10
Witte, Irene,
1955

Box 12: folder 11
SERIES III. SPEECHES AND WRITINGS



Speeches



Index and brochure,
1962, n.d.

Box 13: folder 1
Transcripts,
1927-67, n.d.

Box 13: folder 2-5
16 mm film recording of speech at Waseda University, Tokyo,

[see SERIES VI. OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

n.d.

Box 13
Writings



Lillian Gilbreth



Professional



List,
n.d.

Box 13: folder 6
Articles,
1926-64, n.d.

Box 13: folder 7
"Suggestions for Taking Examinations" and "How Can We Get More and Better Executives,"
n.d.

Box 13: folder 8
Autobiographical



Untitled,
1941

Box 13: folder 9-10
"My Home Town,"
n.d.

Box 13: folder 11
Lillian and Frank Gilbreth



Articles,
1916-21, n.d.

Box 14: folder 1
"Motion Study for the Handicapped,"
1920

Box 14: folder 2
Frank Gilbreth



Articles,
1915-23, n.d.

Box 14: folder 3
Film brochures,
n.d.

Box 14: folder 4
SERIES IV. ORGANIZATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES



Organizations



American Society of Mechanical Engineers: report,
1968-69

Box 14: folder 5
Centennial of Engineering: convocation program,
1952

Box 14: folder 6
Conseil International pour l'Organisation Scientifique (CIOS)



General,
1924-67

Box 14: folder 7
1963

Box 14: folder 8
Ernestine Carey's notes and research materials,
1975-81, n.d.

Box 14: folder 9
National Academy of Engineering: membership book and 10th anniversary report,
1970, 1976

Box 14: folder 10
Professional activities



Gilbreth management desk: printed material,
1931

Box 14: folder 11
Kitchens



Kitchen Practical: articles, printed material,
1931, 1955

Box 14: folder 12
Heart Kitchens, newspaper clippings, printed material, notes by Ernestine Carey,
1954, 1972-83, n.d.

Box 14: folder 13
Fatigue laboratory,
n.d.

Box 14: folder 14
Miscellaneous printed material,
1930, n.d.

Box 14: folder 15
SERIES V. PHOTOGRAPHS



Wedding to Frank Bunker Gilbreth,
1904

Box 14: folder 16
Gilbreth alone



Standing barefoot on Nantucket,
1922

Box 14: folder 17
Seated on bench,
1964

Box 14: folder 17
Standing in Tokyo,
n.d.

Box 14: folder 17
Looking at portrait of mother,
n.d.

Box 14: folder 17
Headshot,
n.d.

Box 14: folder 17
Family



All together,
circa 1920

Box 14: folder 18
Children, 1916,
circa 1940s and 1980s

Box 14: folder 18
Extended family,
circa 1860s-1910

Box 14: folder 18
Frank Gilbreth,
circa 1920s

Box 14: folder 18
Photographs removed from Gilbreth's datebook,
1968


Frank Gilbreth,
1923

Box 15: folder 1
Jane Callaghan,
1964

Box 15: folder 1
Rebecca (grandchild?),
1968

Box 15: folder 1
Gilbreth matriarch and Mary,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Teddy,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Gilbreth with Ray Shafer and R.D. Fowler,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Boy with rabbits and gun,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Unidentified woman,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 1
Residences



Buttonwoods, New York,
1916

Box 15: folder 2
The Moller house, California,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 2
"The Shoe," Gilbreth Nantucket summer house interior,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 2
"The Shoe," exterior,
n.d.

Box 15: folder 2
Awards, commemorations, remembrances, and tributes



Beatitudes exhibit,
1973

Box 15: folder 3
Commemorative stamp ceremony,
1984

Box 15: folder 4
Gilbreth Medal exhibit,
1996

Box 15: folder 5
Girl Scout birthday tribute,
1984

Box 15: folder 6
Professional



General,
1964-67, n.d.

Box 15: folder 7
13th CIOS Congress,
1963

Box 15: folder 8
SERIES VI. OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Gilbreth's wedding dress material and lace,
circa 1904

Box 15a
National Women's Hall of Fame Medal,
1995

Box 15a
16 mm film recording of speech at Waseda University, Tokyo,
n.d.

Box 15a
Beret worn by Gilbreth "on visits to her children or to suburban friends,"
n.d.

Box 15a
House keys with gold anagramed key ring,
n.d.

Box 15a
Framed poem, "Our Teamwork Kitchen,"
circa 1950s

Box 15a
Miscellaneous cards,
n.d.

Box 15a
Nametag,
n.d.

Box 15a
Sewing bag with provisions,
n.d.

Box 15a
BOOKS ON SHELF



Boorstin, Daniel J., Portraits from the Americans: The Democratic Experience,
1975


Copley, Frank, The Life of Frederick Taylor, copy with Frank Gilbreth's margin notes,
, n.d.


Dvorak, August, Nellie L. Merrick, William L. Dealey, and Gertrude Catherine Ford, Typewriting Behavior: Psychology Applied to Teaching and Learning Typewriting,
1936


Gilbreth, Frank B., Jr., Ancestors of the Dozen,
1994


Gilbreth, Lillian, M., Psychology of Management,
1921


Gilbreth, Lillian, M., The Quest for the One Best Way,
reprint 1990


Peabody, Josephine Preston, The Piper,
1910



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Subjects
  • Authors, American--20th century--Sources
  • Carey, Ernestine Gilbreth, 1908-
  • Censorship--United States--20th century
  • Cheaper by the Dozen--Sources
  • Family--United States--History--20th century-Sources
  • Gilbreth family
  • Gilbreth, Frank B. (Frank Bunker), 1911-
  • Gilbreth, Frank Bunker, 1868-1924
  • Gilbreth, Lillian Moller, 1878-1972


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