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Guide to the Ernest Watson Burgess Papers Addenda 1910-1966

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Burgess, Ernest Watson. Papers. Addenda

Dates:

1910-1966

Size:

156 linear feet (307 containers)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Ernest W. Burgess (1886-1966), sociologist. The Burgess Papers Addenda documents Burgess' career as a Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago as well as his involvement in a variety of community, social, governmental and research organizations. The collection includes surveys, questionnaires, maps, diagrams, note cards, punch cards, recordings, microfilm, manuscripts, notes, offprints, articles, photographs, student records and administrative material, correspondence, advertisements, catalogues, magazines, newspaper clippings, and reports. It supplements the material contained in the original Burgess collection by providing raw data for research projects as well as by extending the date range of material and series already attested in the original Burgess collection. Particularly well represented are Burgess's survey research projects, his involvement with urban sociology during the depression and early years of WWII, as well as his extended career as a teacher at the University of Chicago.

Information on Use

Access

Files in Series XII are restricted for 80 years from the date of creation.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Burgess, Ernest Watson. Papers. Addenda, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

Ernest Watson Burgess was born on May 16, 1886 in Tilbury, Ontario, Canada to Edmund J. Burgess and Mary Ann Jane Wilson Burgess. His father was a minister in the Congregational Church. Burgess attended Kingfisher College in Oklahoma and received his B.A. in 1908. The following year Burgess entered the University of Chicago as a graduate student in the Department of Sociology. He received his Ph.D. in 1913. After several years of teaching in several Midwestern schools and collaborating in numerous social surveys, Burgess returned to Chicago with an appointment as Assistant Professor in Sociology in 1916.

He has been called the first "young sociologist," since all the other professors had entered the field from other professional areas. His career spanned five decades from 1916-1957, when his emeritus appointment ended. Burgess remained active a number of years beyond this retirement, co-authoring a text on Urban Sociology with Donald Bogue as late as 1963. In 1927 he achieved the status of full professor, and in 1946 he became chairman of the department. Although he retired as professor in 1951 at the mandatory retirement age, he remained active and salaried as Chairman until 1952. It was during this same period that he founded the Family Study Center, which later became the Family and Community Study Center. Burgess was active in many professional organizations. The leading sociological organizations to which he was elected President include the American Sociological Society (1934), the Sociological Research Association (1942), and the Social Science Research Council (1945-1946). He took over the directorship of the Behavior Research Fund in Chicago from Herman Adler, from 1931 to 1934. In 1942 he became President of the National Conference on Family Relations, an organization that he had helped found in 1938 after his involvement with the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection. His editing roles were extensive. He was managing editor of the American Sociological Society from 1921-1930, and editor of the American Journal of Sociology from 1936-1940. As Director of the Behavior Research Fund, he had the opportunity to edit a number of monographs from various areas of the social sciences, many of which represented pioneering efforts in their respective fields.

His involvement in a number of other distinctive organizations ranged from sponsorship to chairmanship. Among these were the American Law Institute, Vincent Astor Foundation, Chicago Census Advisory Committee, Chicago Urban League, Chicago Area Project, Chicago Crime Commission, Committee of Fifteen, Douglas Smith Fund, Illinois Citizens Committee on Parole, Illinois Academy of Criminology, National Recreation Commission, International Congress of Criminology, and The City Club. Ernest Watson Burgess died on

December 27, 1966. He was 80 years old.

Scope Note

The Ernest W. Burgess Addenda have been arranged into twelve series: Series I, Marriage Study Data; Series II, National Opinion Research Center; Series III, Committee on Communication; Series IV, Audiovisual; Series V, Magazine Advertising Bureau Study; Series VI, General Studies and Surveys; Series VII, Field Notes; Series VIII, Institutions; Series IX, Course Materials and Student Papers; Series X, Manuscripts by Others; Series XI, Oversize Maps and Data; and Series XII, Restricted.

Series IV: Audiovisual contains three subseries: 1. Microfilm, 2. Audio, 3. Burgess Reprints. Series VI: General Studies and Surveys contains five subseries: 1. Aging and Retirement Projects, 2. Marriage and Family Studies, 3. Personality Studies, 4. Urban Studies, and 5. General Sociological Studies. Series VII: Field Notes contains 2 subseries: 1. Paul Oien, and 2. Others. Series VIII: Institutions contains seven subseries: 1. Industrial Relations Center, 2. Chicago Area Project, 3. University of Chicago Department of Sociology, 4. Behavior Research Fund/Institute for Juvenile Research, 5. Chicago Crime Commission, 6. American Journal of Sociology, 7. Common Ground. Series IX: Course Materials and Student Papers contains four subseries: 1. Student Papers, Alphabetized, 2. Student Papers, by Course Number, 3. Student Papers, by Topic, and 4. Course Materials.

A substantial amount of the material extant in the present collection pertains to the research and work of Elihu Katz, Burgess's colleague in the Department of Sociology during the latter days of Burgess's career. Katz joined the faculty in 1954, two years after Burgess's formal retirement and remained a member until 1969, three years after Burgess's death. Series II, III, V, and XII seem to derive from Katz's own work and its original connection with Burgess is unclear, as is the process by which it came to be included in the present collection. Series X also contains materials that could plausibly have come from Katz's files.

For ease of reference, citations of the original Burgess collection (the Ernest Watson Burgess Papers) will be abbreviated as Burgess I. The present collection, the Ernest Watson Burgess Papers, Addenda, will be referred to as Burgess II.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

Ernest Watson Burgess. Papers

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Marriage Studies Data

Material in this series comprises the raw data from three survey research projects on marriage and marital happiness with which Burgess was involved. The first, undertaken in collaboration with Leonard Cottrell, ran from 1931 until 1939. It culminated in the publication of Predicting Success or Failure in Marriage (1939). The second, in collaboration with Paul Wallin, ran from 1937 until 1944. Its results were published in Engagement and Marriage (1953). The third, entitled the Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study was undertaken between 1955 and 1962. It involved a restudy by Burgess of the cases originally examined by Burgess and Wallin with an eye to extending the scope of that research into courtship and early marriage. In the 3rd ed. of The Family: From Institution to Companionship (1963), Burgess makes reference to an unpublished manuscript entitled, "The Study of Marriage in the Middle Years". It is unclear to the present researcher whether this essay did find published form. A check of Burgess's bibliography suggests not.

Each of these research projects involved a large amount of questionnaire and survey data. Over time and with developments in technology, Burgess increasingly had recourse to computer tabulation of incoming survey data. The present series comprises the process materials and the raw data from each of these survey research projects as well as supplementary or contextual information. Additionally, some administrative and research material relating to the Community and Family Study Center can be found in this series. It fills a lacuna found in Burgess I, Series 3.4. This latter material is also topically continuous with the material found in Burgess II, Series 6.2, "Marriage and Family Studies."

Box 1   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 1

Box 1   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 2

Box 1   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 3

Box 1   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 4

Box 1   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 5

Box 1   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 6

Box 1   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 7

Box 1   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 8

Box 1   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 9

Box 1   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 10

Box 1   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 11

Box 1   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 12

Box 1   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 14

Box 1   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 15

Box 1   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 16

Box 1   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 17

Box 1   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 18

Box 1   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 19

Box 1   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 20

Box 1   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 21

Box 1   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 22

Box 1   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 23

Box 1   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 24

Box 2   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 25

Box 2   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 26

Box 2   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 27

Box 2   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 28

Box 2   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 29

Box 2   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 30

Box 2   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 31

Box 2   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 32

Box 2   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 33

Box 2   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 34

Box 2   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 35

Box 2   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 36

Box 2   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 37

Box 2   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 38

Box 2   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 39

Box 2   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 40

Box 2   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 41

Box 2   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 42

Box 2   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 43

Box 2   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 44

Box 3   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 45

Box 3   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 46

Box 3   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 47

Box 3   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 48

Box 3   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 49

Box 3   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 50

Box 3   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 51

Box 3   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 52

Box 3   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 53

Box 3   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 54

Box 3   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 55

Box 3   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 56

Box 3   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 57

Box 3   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 58

Box 3   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 59

Box 3   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 60

Box 3   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 61

Box 3   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 62

Box 3   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 63

Box 3   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 64

Box 3   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 65

Box 3   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 66

Box 4   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 67

Box 4   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 68

Box 4   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 69

Box 4   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 70

Box 4   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 71

Box 4   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 72

Box 4   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 73

Box 4   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 74

Box 4   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 76

Box 4   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 77

Box 4   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 78

Box 4   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 79

Box 4   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 80

Box 4   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 81

Box 4   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 82

Box 4   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 83

Box 4   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 84

Box 4   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 85

Box 4   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 86

Box 4   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 87

Box 4   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 88

Box 5   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 89

Box 5   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 90

Box 5   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 91

Box 5   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 92

Box 5   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 93

Box 5   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 94

Box 5   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 95

Box 5   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 96

Box 5   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 97

Box 5   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 98

Box 5   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 99

Box 5   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 100

Box 5   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 101

Box 5   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 102

Box 5   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 103

Box 5   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 104

Box 5   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 105

Box 5   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 106

Box 5   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 107

Box 5   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 108

Box 5   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 110

Box 5   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 111

Box 5   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 112

Box 5   Folder 24

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 114

Box 6   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 115

Box 6   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 116

Box 6   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 117

Box 6   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 118

Box 6   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 119

Box 6   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 120

Box 6   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 121

Box 6   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 122

Box 6   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 123

Box 6   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 124

Box 6   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 125

Box 6   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 126

Box 6   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 127

Box 6   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 128

Box 6   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 129

Box 6   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 130

Box 6   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 131

Box 6   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 132

Box 6   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 133

Box 6   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 134

Box 6   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 135

Box 6   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 136

Box 6   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 137

Box 6   Folder 24

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 138

Box 7   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 140

Box 7   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 141

Box 7   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 142

Box 7   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 143

Box 7   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 144

Box 7   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 145

Box 7   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 146

Box 7   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 147

Box 7   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 148

Box 7   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 149

Box 7   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 150

Box 7   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 151

Box 7   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 152

Box 7   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 153

Box 7   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 154

Box 7   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 155

Box 7   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 156

Box 7   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 157

Box 7   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 158

Box 7   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 159

Box 7   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 160

Box 7   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 161

Box 7   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 163

Box 7   Folder 24

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 164

Box 7   Folder 25

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 165

Box 8   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 166

Box 8   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 167

Box 8   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 168

Box 8   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 170

Box 8   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 171

Box 8   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 172

Box 8   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 173

Box 8   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 174

Box 8   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 175

Box 8   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 176

Box 8   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 177

Box 8   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 178

Box 8   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 179

Box 8   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 180

Box 8   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 181

Box 8   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 182

Box 8   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 183

Box 8   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 184

Box 8   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 185

Box 9   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 186

Box 9   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 187

Box 9   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 188

Box 9   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 189

Box 9   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 190

Box 9   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 191

Box 9   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 192

Box 9   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 193

Box 9   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 194

Box 9   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 195

Box 9   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 196

Box 9   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 197

Box 9   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 198

Box 9   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 199

Box 9   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 200

Box 9   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 201

Box 9   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 202

Box 9   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 203

Box 9   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 204

Box 9   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 205

Box 9   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 206

Box 9   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 207

Box 10   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 208

Box 10   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 209

Box 10   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 210

Box 10   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 211

Box 10   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 212

Box 10   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 213

Box 10   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 214

Box 10   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 215

Box 10   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, analysis, case number 216

Box 10   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 388

Box 10   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 546

Box 10   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 621

Box 10   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 648

Box 10   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 664

Box 10   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 693

Box 10   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 725

Box 10   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 738

Box 10   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 739

Box 10   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 751

Box 10   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 776

Box 10   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 779

Box 10   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 784

Box 10   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 807

Box 10   Folder 24

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 864

Box 10   Folder 25

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 874

Box 10   Folder 26

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 889

Box 10   Folder 27

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 837

Box 10   Folder 28

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 908

Box 10   Folder 29

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 935

Box 10   Folder 30

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 1003

Box 10   Folder 31

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, broken engagements, separations, case number 1043

Box 11   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 4

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 5

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 6

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 7

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 8

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 9

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 10

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 11

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 12

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 13

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 14

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 15

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 16

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 17

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, cases not used in 1,000 study

Box 11   Folder 18

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, Frank case, interview, n.d.

Box 11   Folder 19

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, interview, schedule, notes,

  • 1937-1942
Box 11   Folder 20

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, special case, interview, notes, n.d.

Box 11   Folder 21

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, schedule data on interviewed cases, n.d.

Box 11   Folder 22

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, engaged couples to be analyzed, n.d.

Box 11   Folder 23

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, Foley and Lloyd cases to be read, n.d.

Box 11   Folder 24

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, special case, manuscripts, correspondence, notes, 1939

Box 11   Folder 25

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, list of material taken by Mr. Wallin, n.d.

Box 12   Folder 1

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, Farber cases, manuscripts, notes, 1948

Box 12   Folder 2

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, work done by Rex Gordon, n.d.

Box 12   Folder 3

Marriage interviews 1937-1944, miscellaneous interview notes, 1937

Box 12   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 1, 2, 3, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 4, 6, 7, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 8, 9, 10, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 11, 12, 14, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 15, 16, 17, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 18, 19, 20, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 21, 22, 23, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 11

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 24, 25, 26, 1937-1938

Box 12   Folder 12

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 27, 28, 29, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 30, 31, 32, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 33, 34, 35, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 36, 37, 38, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 39, 41, 42, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 43, 44, 45, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 46, 47, 48, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 49, 50, 51, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 52, 53, 54, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 55, 56, 57, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 58, 59, 60, 1937-1938

Box 13   Folder 11

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 61, 62, 63, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 64, 65, 66, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 68, 69, 70, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 71, 72, 73, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 74, 76, 77, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 78, 79, 80, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 81, 82, 84,1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 85, 86, 87, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 88, 89, 90, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 91, 92, 93, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 94, 95, 96, 1937-1938

Box 14   Folder 11

Marriage survey, questionnaires, no. 97, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 100, 101, 102, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 103, 104, 105, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 106, 107, 108, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 110, 111, 112, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 114, 115, 116, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 117, 118, 120, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 121, 122, 123, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 124, 125, 126, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 127, 128, 129, 1937-1938

Box 15   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 130, 131, 132, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 133, 134, 135, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 136, 137, 138, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 139, 140, 141, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 142, 143, 144, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 145, 146, 147, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 148, 149, 150, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 151, 152, 153, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 154, 155, 156, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 157, 158, 159, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 160, 161, 163, 1937-1938

Box 16   Folder 11

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 164, 165, 166, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 167, 168, 170, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 171, 172, 173, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 174, 175, 176, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 177, 178, 179, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 180, 181, 182, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 183, 184, 185, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 186, 187, 188, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 189, 190, 191, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 192, 193, 195, 1937-1938

Box 17   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 196, 197, 198, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 199, 200, 201, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 202, 203, 204, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 205, 206, 207, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 4

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 208, 209, 210, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 5

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 211, 212, 213, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 6

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 214, 216, 307, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 7

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 398, 409, 512, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 8

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 573, 648, 739, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 9

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 751, 794, 837, 1937-1938

Box 18   Folder 10

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 855, 889, 892, 1937-1938

Box 19   Folder 1

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 918, 922, 952, 1937-1938

Box 19   Folder 2

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 968, 1002, 1003, 1937-1938

Box 19   Folder 3

Marriage survey, questionnaires, nos. 1043, 1045, 1937-1938

Box 19   Folder 4

Marriage questionnaires, n.d.

Box 19   Folder 5

Means card II, n.d.

Box 19   Folder 6

Marriage study, statistical analysis, n.d.

Box 19   Folder 7

Correspondence and work from EWB, 1947-1948

Box 19   Folder 8

Students papers, spring, 1945

Box 19   Folder 9

"List of persons to whom we wish to mail 4-page marked E," manuscript, 1943

Box 19   Folder 10

"Marriage Study Progress Report," manuscript, 1947

Box 19   Folder 11

Immediate business, correspondence, notes, 1944

Box 20   Folder 1

Marriage study four page forms no schedules, completed, 1937-1938

Box 20   Folder 2

Marriage study four page forms no schedules, completed, 1937-1938

Box 20   Folder 3

Marriage study four page forms no schedules, completed, 1937 -1938

Box 20   Folder 4

Marriage study four page forms no schedules, completed, 1937 -1938

Box 20   Folder 5

Marriage study four page forms no schedules, completed, 1937 -1938

Box 20   Folder 6

Progress reports and schedules, keys to case nos. 1944-1947

Box 20   Folder 7

Progress reports and schedules, keys to case nos. 1944-1947

Box 21   Folder 1

No schedule prediction sheets, 1936-1937

Box 21   Folder 2

No schedule prediction sheets, 1936-1937

Box 21   Folder 3

No schedule prediction sheets, 1936-1937

Box 21   Folder 4

2, reliability prediction sheets no schedules, 1937

Box 21   Folder 5

Refusal, four page forms, 1937

Box 21   Folder 6

Refusal, four page forms, 1937

Box 21   Folder 7

2nd. schedules not used in study, 1937-1941

Box 21   Folder 8

2nd. schedules not used in study, 1937-1941

Box 22   Folder 1

2nd. schedules not used in study, 1937-1941

Box 22   Folder 2

2nd. schedules not used in study, 1937-1941

Box 22   Folder 3

A and B sheets, cases not used in study

Box 22   Folder 4

A and B sheets, cases not used in study

Box 22   Folder 5

Schedules not used, c. 1938

Box 22   Folder 6

Reliability of friends predictions

Box 22   Folder 7

Folder 6, neurotic inventory data

Box 22   Folder 8

Folder 6, neurotic inventory data

Box 22   Folder 9

Folder 6, neurotic inventory data

Box 23   Folder 1

Folder 9, cc men completed

Box 23   Folder 2

Folder 9, cc men completed

Box 23   Folder 3

Folder 10, cc women completed reliability study

Box 23   Folder 4

Folder 10, cc women completed reliability study

Box 23   Folder 5

Folder 10b, reliability materials, motives for marriage, wish in life

Box 23   Folder 6

Folder P11, scatter diagrams of original and reliability ratings of M,F,Y,S

Box 23   Folder 7

Folder P12, personality sheet (continued)

Box 23   Folder 8

Folder P12, personality sheet (continued)

Box 23   Folder 9

Folder P13, personality sheet changes in ratings of FMYS vs. selected sch. items

Box 24   Folder 1

Folder P14, personality sheet correlations in change from test to retest in rating F,M,Y,S

Box 24   Folder 2

Folder P14, personality sheet correlations in change from test to retest in rating F,M,Y,S

Box 24   Folder 3

Folder P15, personality sheet critical scores material

Box 24   Folder 4

7, adjustment items

Box 24   Folder 5

16, factor scorers vs. personality sheet ratings

Box 24   Folder 6

16, factor scorers vs. personality sheet ratings

Box 25   Folder 1

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 2

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 3

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 4

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 5

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 6

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 25   Folder 7

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 26   Folder 1

Questionnaires not in numerical sequence

Box 26   Folder 2

Work to be done

Box 26   Folder 3

Guttman

Box 26   Folder 4

Request for [...] and old reports on marriage schedules

Box 26   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, schedule list, 4 page forms singles

Box 26   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, 4 page forms singles, assorted nos. 1419-4480

Box 26   Folder 7

Over 1000 study, 4 page forms singles, assorted nos. 4485-6007

Box 26   Folder 8

Over 1000 study, schedule list, single schedules, man

Box 26   Folder 9

Over 1000 study, 4 page forms, assorted nos. 3312-5792 c. 1938-1938

Box 26   Folder 10

Over 1000 study, 4 page forms, assorted nos. 5800-6012, c. 1938-1938

Box 26   Folder 11

Over 1000 study, schedule list, single schedules, "woman"

Box 27   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "man," 1937-1938

Box 27   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "man," 1937-1938

Box 27   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "man," 1937-1938

Box 27   Folder 4

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "woman," 1936-1938

Box 27   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "woman," 1936-1938

Box 27   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "woman," 1936-1938

Box 28   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "woman," 1936-1938

Box 28   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, "woman," 1936-1938

Box 28   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, singles schedules, personality sheets

Box 28   Folder 4

Over 1000 study, interview schedules

Box 28   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, interview schedules

Box 28   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, interview schedules

Box 28   Folder 7

Over 1000 study, personality sheets

Box 28   Folder 8

Over 1000 study, personality sheets

Box 28   Folder 9

Over 1000 study, personality sheets

Box 29   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 4

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 29   Folder 7

Over 1000 study, non-interview schedules, ca.1937-ca.1938

Box 30   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, reliability schedules

Box 30   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, schedule list, prediction sheets (2)

Box 30   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, schedule list, reliability of prediction sheets

Box 30   Folder 4

Over 1000 study, reliability of personality sheets

Box 30   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, 1619, special case

Box 30   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, Bernreuter personality ratings, 1940

Box 30   Folder 7

Over 1000 study, Humm Wadsworth completed tests

Box 30   Folder 8

Over 1000 study, Negro, A+B sheets

Box 30   Folder 9

Over 1000 study, second schedules

Box 30   Folder 10

Over 1000 study, prediction and reliability of prediction

Box 30   Folder 11

Over 1000 study, Negroes, [schedules], c1936-c1939

Box 30   Folder 12

Over 1000 study, Negroes, [schedules], c1936-c1939

Box 31   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, Negroes, [schedules], c1936-c1939

Box 31   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, Negroes, [schedules], c1936-c1939

Box 31   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, Negro, four page forms

Box 31   Folder 4

Over 1000 study, Negro, personality and reliability of personality

Box 31   Folder 5

Over 1000 study, Negro, face sheets

Box 31   Folder 6

Over 1000 study, Negro, reliability schedule

Box 31   Folder 7

Over 1000 study, 1000 study, drawer 2, prediction sheets c.1936-c1937

Box 31   Folder 8

Over 1000 study, 1000 study, drawer 2, prediction sheets c.1936-c1937

Box 31   Folder 9

Over 1000 study, 1000 study, drawer 2, prediction sheets c.1936-c1937

Box 31   Folder 10

Over 1000 study, 1000 engaged couples study, drawer 2, reliability of prediction sheets

Box 32   Folder 1

Over 1000 study, reliability schedule list

Box 32   Folder 2

Over 1000 study, [unused schedules/questionnaires] [about 4 inches of material]

Box 32   Folder 3

Over 1000 study, reliability materials , problems, etc, thesis outline

Box 32   Folder 4

Personality traits, total differences, no. 2, Wf-Wm-Mf-Mm

Box 32   Folder 5

Personality traits, total differences, no. 1, MyWy-WsWy-MsMy

Box 32   Folder 6

Personality traits, total differences, no. 3, WsWf-WsWm-MsMf-MsMm

Box 32   Folder 7

Personality traits, total differences, no. 4, MfMw-WfWm

Box 32   Folder 8

Personality traits, no.5, thesis plans

Box 32   Folder 9

Personality traits, code sheets (includes reliability of personality traits)

Box 32   Folder 10

Marriage study, B and A groups schedule list married couples

Box 32   Folder 11

Oppenheim list

Box 32   Folder 12

Marriage study, A-singles

Box 32   Folder 13

Marriage study, A-4 page forms, c. 1940

Box 32   Folder 14

Marriage study, A-sheet, 1

Box 32   Folder 15

Marriage study, A-sheet, 3

Box 32   Folder 16

Marriage study, A-sheet, 4

Box 32   Folder 17

Marriage study, A-sheet, 5

Box 33   Folder 1

Marriage study, A-sheet, 6

Box 33   Folder 2

Marriage study, A-sheet, 2

Box 33   Folder 3

Marriage study, A-sheet, 7

Box 33   Folder 4

Marriage study, A-sheet, 8

Box 33   Folder 5

Marriage study, A-sheet, 9

Box 33   Folder 6

Marriage study, A-sheet, 10

Box 33   Folder 7

Marriage study, B-sheet, 1

Box 33   Folder 8

Marriage study, B-sheet, 2

Box 33   Folder 9

Marriage study, B-sheet, 3

Box 33   Folder 10

Marriage study, B-sheet, 4

Box 33   Folder 11

Marriage study, B-sheet, 5

Box 33   Folder 12

Marriage study, B-sheet, 6

Box 34   Folder 1

Marriage study, B-sheet, 7

Box 34   Folder 2

Marriage study, B-sheet, 8

Box 34   Folder 3

Marriage study, B-sheet, 9

Box 34   Folder 4

Marriage study, B-sheet, 10

Box 34   Folder 5

Marriage study, B-sheet, singles

Box 34   Folder 6

Marriage study, Glasser's material, 1939

Box 34   Folder 7

Marriage study, Stowffer's tabulations

Box 34   Folder 8

Marriage study, list of associations Goldhammer-Procuniar

Box 34   Folder 9

Marriage study, Dearborn materials, 1940

Box 34   Folder 10

Marriage study, discarded marriage schedules

Box 34   Folder 11

Marriage study, blank schedules

Box 34   Folder 12

Sociology 201, Introductory Sociology, 1942

Box 34   Folder 13

Material on the family

Box 34   Folder 14

Thesis, current work

Box 34   Folder 15

Taylor, student paper

Box 35   Folder 1

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 14-144

Box 35   Folder 2

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 144-247

Box 35   Folder 3

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 248-395

Box 35   Folder 4

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 396-513

Box 35   Folder 5

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 514-619

Box 35   Folder 6

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 620-709

Box 35   Folder 7

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 710-845

Box 36   Folder 1

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 846-968

Box 36   Folder 2

Marriage study, 1000 study [engaged couples], 4 page forms, cases 969-1045

Box 36   Folder 3

Angell case study, assorted nos., Sociology 309, c1941

Box 36   Folder 4

Angell case study, assorted nos., Sociology 309, c1941

Box 36   Folder 5

Angell case study, assorted nos., Sociology 309, c1941

Box 36   Folder 6

Angell case study, class ratings, Sociology 309, c1941

Box 37   Folder 1

Fertility material, Burgess' birth control article

Box 37   Folder 2

"Application for continuation of Project 30014"

Box 37   Folder 3

Fertility study, correlations of variables as preliminary work

Box 37   Folder 4

Fertility study, personality traits, woman's parents

Box 37   Folder 5

Fertility study, personality traits, man's parents

Box 37   Folder 6

Fertility study, notes

Box 37   Folder 7

Criminological research

Box 37   Folder 8

Radio audition material

Box 37   Folder 9

Angell study, typed tables

Box 37   Folder 10

Angell study, Bruce ratings, 1941

Box 37   Folder 11

Angell study, Rosenstein ratings

Box 37   Folder 12

Angell study, Schmitt ratings, 1941

Box 38   Folder 1

Angell study, Cavan ratings

Box 38   Folder 2

Angell study, group A, set 1

Box 38   Folder 3

Angell study, group B, set 1

Box 38   Folder 4

Angell study, group C, set 1

Box 38   Folder 5

Angell study, group D, set 1

Box 38   Folder 6

Angell study, group E, set 1

Box 38   Folder 7

Angell study, group F, set 1

Box 38   Folder 8

Angell study, group G, set 1

Box 38   Folder 9

Angell study, group I, set 1

Box 38   Folder 10

Angell study, group J, set 1

Box 38   Folder 11

Angell study, group h, set 1

Box 38   Folder 12

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 38   Folder 13

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 38   Folder 14

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 39   Folder 1

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 39   Folder 2

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 39   Folder 3

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 39   Folder 4

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 39   Folder 5

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 1

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 2

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 3

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 4

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 5

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 6

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 40   Folder 7

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 1

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 2

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 3

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 4

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 5

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 6

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 41   Folder 7

Marriage study, questionnaires, 1930-1931

Box 42   Folder 1

Love, courtship, marriage, psychology, 1882-1938, bibliographies, n.d.

Box 42   Folder 2

Love and marriage, scientific journals, notes, n.d.

Box 42   Folder 3

Love and marriage, scientific journals, notes, n.d.

Box 42   Folder 4

Love and marriage, scientific journals, notes, n.d.

Box 42   Folder 5

Love and marriage, scientific journals, notes, n.d.

Box 42   Folder 6

Love and marriage, popular magazines, notes, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 1

Love and marriage, popular magazines, notes, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 2

Love and marriage, popular magazines, notes, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 3

Marriage, personality, schedules, questionnaires, correspondence, 1936

Box 43   Folder 4

Pre-marital and post-marital life histories, questionnaires, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 5

Spencer, Dorothy, "The Spencer Spanking Plan," manuscript, correspondence, 1936

Box 43   Folder 6

Marital counseling, correspondence, reprint, 1939

Box 43   Folder 7

Chicago birth control clinics, notes, pamphlet, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 8

Quakers marriage certificate, 1935

Box 43   Folder 9

Engagement study, questionnaire, n.d.

Box 43   Folder 10

Marriage prediction schedules, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 1

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 1-120, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 2

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 121-250, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 3

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 251-370, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 4

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 371-500, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 5

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 501-620, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 6

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 621-740, n.d.

Box 44   Folder 7

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 741-860, n.d.

Box 45   Folder 1

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 861-980, n.d.

Box 45   Folder 2

3880, P. Wallin, [F. Buin], nos. 981-1045, n.d.

Box 45   Folder 3

New E.A.S., schedule nos. 1BE-1044S, n.d.

Box 45   Folder 4

New E.A.S., schedule nos. 26-1045 Ref., n.d.

Box 45   Folder 5

E.A.S., schedule nos. 1-206, 1945-1946

Box 45   Folder 6

E.A.S., schedule nos. 207-548, n.d.

Box 45   Folder 7

E.A.S., schedule nos. 549-850, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 1

E.A.S., schedule nos. 851-1043, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 2

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 3

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 4

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 5

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 46   Folder 6

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 47   Folder 1

E.A.S. schedules, n.d.

Box 47   Folder 2

Marriage study (man), interview schedule blank, old type, n.d.

Box 47   Folder 3

"Relations Between Man's Adjustment Score and Combination of Man-Woman Responses to 42 Items of the Thurstone "

Box 47   Folder 4

Family

Box 47   Folder 5

Comparison at 4 point form with engagement schedule data on: age, religion, education, income, economic and social status

Box 47   Folder 6

Material for the article on reliability of indirectly obtained data

Box 47   Folder 7

Family speeches

Box 47   Folder 8

Mr. Strauss

Box 47   Folder 9

Marriage study #547730, 1947

Box 47   Folder 10

Miscellaneous

Box 47   Folder 11

Burgess, Ernest W., and Reiss, Albert J., "Priorities in Research on the Family," manuscript, n.d.

Box 47   Folder 12

Rheinstein, Max, "Research in the Field of Family Law," manuscript, n.d.

Box 47   Folder 13

Research and research center

Box 47   Folder 14

Bates 406

Box 48   Folder 1

Miscellaneous

Box 48   Folder 2

Family, Marriage Study, miscellaneous and current

Box 48   Folder 3

Book, significant material

Box 48   Folder 4

Miscellaneous

Box 48   Folder 5

Marriage Study #814

Box 48   Folder 6

Marriage Study, sex and engagement, manuscript

Box 48   Folder 7

Book, notes, reprints, 1948

Box 48   Folder 8

"Prediction of Marital Success," manuscripts, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 9

Chapter 1, "Marriage in Transition," manuscript, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 10

Chapter 9, broken engagements, notes, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 11

"Chapter IX: Rating Scale: Predictive Efficiency," manuscript, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 12

Chapter 11, pre-marital sex, manuscript, notes, reprints, clippings, 1949

Box 48   Folder 13

"Chapter 14: Dynamics," manuscript, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 14

"Chapter 15: Evaluating Marital Success," manuscripts, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 15

Chapter 19, attitudes and expectations, manuscript, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 16

Chapter 20, "The Sociological Theory of Psychosexual Behavior," manuscripts, correspondence, notes, reprints, 1948-1950

Box 48   Folder 17

Chapter 21, children, manuscripts, notes, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 18

"Chapter 22: Children and Marital Success," manuscript, n.d.

Box 48   Folder 19

Chapter 22, "Sociological Aspects of a Mental Health Program: Mental Health in Modern Society," manuscript, correspondence, notes, 1951-1952

Box 48   Folder 20

Chapter 23, "Family Living in the Later Decades," manuscript, n.d.

Box 49   Folder 1

McHugh, Gelolo, Sex Knowledge for Marriage Counseling: Marriage Counselor's Manual (Chapel Hill Family Life Institute), 1950

Box 49   Folder 2

Divorce and remarriage

Box 49   Folder 3

Tables, marriage statistics

Box 49   Folder 4

Ls to love

Box 49   Folder 5

Scott, companionship

Box 49   Folder 6

Wallins, findings

Box 49   Folder 7

Films

Box 49   Folder 8

Science, marriage

Box 49   Folder 9

Reprints, correspondence

Box 49   Folder 10

Securities

Box 49   Folder 11

Burgess, Ernest W., and Paul Wallin, Volume III: Engagement and Marriage, correspondence, 1948-1951

Box 49   Folder 12

Sociology 260, The Family, University of Michigan, 1952

Box 49   Folder 13

W. I. Thomas

Box 49   Folder 14

Thurstone, L. L., "An Interest Schedule," 1947

Box 49   Folder 15

"Homogamy in Personality Characteristics"

Box 49   Folder 16

Statistical tables, 1949

Box 49   Folder 17

Wallin, correspondence

Box 49   Folder 18

Delinquency

Box 49   Folder 19

Answered population, correspondence, c1949-1950

Box 49   Folder 20

University of Panama, Panamanian Institute of Public Opinion, 1949

Box 49   Folder 21

Allport, F. H., "An Outline for the Study of the Social Relationships of an Individual," manuscript, notes, 1926

Box 50   Folder 1

Taft (unused survey)

Box 50   Folder 2

Marriage study, 200 sample case

Box 50   Folder 3

Statistical tables

Box 50   Folder 4

Tabulation and correlation sheets of weighted and unweighted neurotic scores with man and women

Box 50   Folder 5

Scoring forms

Box 50   Folder 6

Benson, Purnell, 1954

Box 50   Folder 7

Changes in adjustment score from engagement for first 392, married cases

Box 50   Folder 8

McVey, Franklin, "Reddick," 1929

Box 50   Folder 9

Marriage study

Box 50   Folder 10

Manniche, factor computations, engagement

Box 50   Folder 11

Manniche, factor computations, basis sheets

Box 50   Folder 12

Mas-mis correlation, Judges' average correlated with mas-mis

Box 50   Folder 13

Manniche

Box 50   Folder 14

Engagement correlations

Box 50   Folder 15

Partial correlation coefficients

Box 50   Folder 16

Correlations vc

Box 50   Folder 17

Correlations vc

Box 51   Folder 1

Manniche, multiple correlations

Box 51   Folder 2

Manniche, factor correlations

Box 51   Folder 3

Manniche, factor correlations

Box 51   Folder 4

Manniche, factor correlations

Box 51   Folder 5

Manniche, factor correlations

Box 51   Folder 6

Manniche, correlations, men and women, factors vs. MAS

Box 51   Folder 7

Manniche, correlations, men and women, factors vs. MAS

Box 51   Folder 8

Manniche, correlations, men and women, factors vs. MAS

Box 52   Folder 1

Statistical predictability

Box 52   Folder 2

Marriage study, cases 2 and 3

Box 52   Folder 3

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 52   Folder 4

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 52   Folder 5

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 52   Folder 6

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 52   Folder 7

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 52   Folder 8

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 53   Folder 1

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 53   Folder 2

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 53   Folder 3

Marriage study, man and woman cases

Box 53   Folder 4

Marriage study, statistical material

Box 53   Folder 5

Marriage study, statistical material

Box 53   Folder 6

Marriage study, statistical material

Box 53   Folder 7

Marriage study, statistical material

Box 54   Folder 1

Engagement Study, broken engagement schedules, 1941

Box 54   Folder 2

Engagement Study, broken engagement schedules, 1941

Box 54   Folder 3

Engagement Study, broken engagement schedules, 1941

Box 54   Folder 4

Engagement Study, broken engagement schedules, 1941

Box 54   Folder 5

Engagement Study, broken engagement schedules, 1941

Box 54   Folder 6

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, factor scores, n.d.

Box 54   Folder 7

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, engagement schedule, 1943-1944

Box 54   Folder 8

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, premarital and post marital neurotic changes, summary sheets, 1951

Box 54   Folder 9

Engagement Study, change in neurotic score from engagement to marriage for 392 couples, notes, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 1

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, factor analysis, 1943

Box 55   Folder 2

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, multiple correlation, 1944

Box 55   Folder 3

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, tabulations and correlations, 1947

Box 55   Folder 4

Engagement Study, neurotic inventory, tabulations and neurotic scores, correlations, adjustment scores, predictions, 1943-1945

Box 55   Folder 5

Engagement Study, personality traits, test ratings, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 6

Engagement Study, 1000 cases schedule tabulations, personality trait 197 and 219 cases, 1948-1949

Box 55   Folder 7

Engagement Study, parents by happiness rating, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 8

Engagement Study, personality traits, M's adjustment W's self rating with M's mother, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 9

Engagement Study, personality traits, M's adjustment man's self rating with W's father, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 10

Engagement Study, personality traits, M's adjustment M's self rating with W's mother rating, n.d.

Box 55   Folder 11

Engagement Study, personality traits, M's adjustment M's rating of his father W's rating of self, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 1

Engagement Study, personality traits, W's adjustment man's rating of his father with woman's self rating, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 2

Engagement Study, personality traits, W's adjustment man's rating of mother with woman's self rating, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 3

Engagement Study, personality traits, W's adjustment man's self rating with woman's rating of mother, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 4

Engagement Study, personality traits, W's adjustment man's self rating with woman's father, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 5

Engagement Study, personality traits, final statistical sheets, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 6

Engagement Study, personality traits, marriage schedule and four page form, 1944

Box 56   Folder 7

Engagement Study, personality traits, tabulation, n.d.

Box 56   Folder 8

Engagement Study, correlations and homogamy, 1943

Box 56   Folder 9

Engagement Study, means card II, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 1

Engagement Study, means card I. and II., n.d.

Box 57   Folder 2

Engagement Study, miscellaneous, mobility study stencils, 1943-1944

Box 57   Folder 3

Engagement Study, married and engaged couples 1-17, correlations, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 4

Engagement Study, neurotic traits C.R. I, card III columns 7-49, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 5

Engagement Study, second schedule hand tabulations, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 6

Engagement Study, duplicate mean sheets, questions repeated on two cards, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 7

Engagement Study, homogamy in personality characteristics, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 8

Engagement Study, birth order data marriage schedule, 1944

Box 57   Folder 9

Engagement Study, marriage schedules, news MAS blanks, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 10

Engagement Study, masters for hectograph machine, 1945-1946

Box 57   Folder 11

Engagement Study, correlations reliability, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 12

Engagement Study, marriage age vs. physical appearance and neuroticisms, article written on these data, 1943

Box 57   Folder 13

Engagement Study, directions and amount of change in non-adjustment items, 8, n.d.

Box 57   Folder 14

Engagement Study, "American Family Life, Indianapolis study," schedules, 1941

Box 57   Folder 15

Engagement Study, Talyor, Quimby, "Happiness, Integration and Education or `The Troubles of the Sociologist,'" student paper, 1939

Box 57   Folder 16

Engagement Study, Glasser, Daniel, "An Interpretation of the Burgess-Cottrell Theory of Marriage Success and Failure Expressed in Terms of C. H. Cooley's Social Psychology," student papers, correspondence, 1939-1940

Box 58   Folder 1

Engagement Study, means card 1 checked, 1941

Box 58   Folder 2

Engagement Study, means card 1, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 3

Engagement Study, means card originals, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 4

Engagement Study, premarital sexual experience, statistics, analyses, 1950

Box 58   Folder 5

Engagement Study, sample sheets C'R's neurotic traits, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 6

Engagement Study, neurotic score of engaged persons by age at the time schedule answered, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 7

Engagement Study, neurotic traits, C.R. I card III Col. 7-49, duplicate of woman, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 8

Engagement Study, reasons given for predictions by persons making them, notes, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 9

Engagement Study, homogamy correlations engagement schedule, 1944

Box 58   Folder 10

Engagement Study, Stouffer's formula for neurotic items, 1950

Box 58   Folder 11

Engagement Study, appearance Pt. I-7, changes Pt. III-39ab, known Pt III-42abc, 1950

Box 58   Folder 12

Engagement Study, correlation of corrected and uncorrected adjustment scores, 1939

Box 58   Folder 13

Engagement Study, correlations, W's adjustment and prediction score, M's adjustment and W's adjustment, 1939

Box 58   Folder 14

Engagement Study, motives for marriage, hand tabulation, 1950

Box 58   Folder 15

Engagement Study, magazines read regularly by engaged couples, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 16

Engagement Study, engagement schedules Pt. III Q.20 reasons given for friends disapproval of man or woman, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 17

Engagement Study, specific items mentioned in engagement schedule Pt. III questions 36, 37, 39, 40, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 18

Engagement Study, religion, 1000 group and interviewees, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 19

Engagement Study, whom voted for in 1936 election, men, women, their fathers and mothers, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 20

Engagement Study, 1000 engaged couples, test summary, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 21

Engagement Study, copies of material sent Mr. Wallin, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 22

Engagement Study, Bowerman guides used in his study, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 23

Engagement Study, method, `best' items for predict. of adjustment in engagement, Bowerman, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 24

Engagement Study, Wallin, correspondence, 1942-1943

Box 58   Folder 25

Engagement Study, marriage schedule, to couples hard to contact, etc., this letter used to try to establish contact with couples, n.d.

Box 58   Folder 26

Engagement Study, schedule list of interview, non-interview signers and non-signers, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 1

Engagement Study, hand tabulation of the adjustment items, finer breakdown than on Holcrith Tabulation, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 2

Engagement Study, interests listed under `other,' n.d.

Box 59   Folder 3

Engagement Study, neurotic scores with M and W's adjustment scores (Winch's weights), 1939

Box 59   Folder 4

Engagement Study, 1 Holerith code for adjustment questions, Guttman score sample (man), n.d.

Box 59   Folder 5

Engagement Study, mean adjustment and standard deviation, first schedules, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 6

Engagement Study, 2 Holerith code for adjustment questions, "Gutman" sample (man), n.d.

Box 59   Folder 7

Engagement Study, age, income, schooling, religion of 1000 couples, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 8

Engagement Study, 1000 engaged couples hand tabulations, 1943

Box 59   Folder 9

Engagement Study, correlation ratio and C.R.'s first schedule, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 10

Engagement Study, second schedule, means, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 11

Engagement Study, marriage happiness index study no. 1, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 12

Engagement Study, scores, engaged couples, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 13

Engagement Study, trial computations and graphs, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 14

Engagement Study, code key, n.d

Box 59   Folder 15

Engagement Study, parent's background, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 16

Engagement Study, marriage statistical charts, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 17

Engagement Study, happiness, cases, notes, n.d.

Box 59   Folder 18

Engagement Study, comparison of first and second schedules, these are the scores on the forty one selected pre-marital questions for each case, n.d.

Box 60   Folder 1

Engagement Study, code for prediction questions

Box 60   Folder 2

Engagement Study, scaling of factor II, evaluation of spouses marriage, 1941

Box 60   Folder 3

Engagement Study, non-Thurstone items Qt 2. C.R.'s, n.d.

Box 60   Folder 4

Engagement Study, marriage study, reliability check engagement schedules, reliability schedules nos. 43-407, 1938-1939

Box 60   Folder 5

Engagement Study, marriage study, reliability check engagement schedules, reliability schedules nos. 409-673, 1938-1939

Box 60   Folder 6

Engagement Study, marriage study, reliability check engagement schedules, reliability schedules nos. 677-915, 1938-1939

Box 60   Folder 7

Engagement Study, marriage study, reliability check engagement schedules, reliability schedules nos. 917-1045, 1938-1939

Box 61   Folder 1

Engagement Study, marriage interview case history, rating sheets, 1941

Box 61   Folder 2

Engagement Study, instructions for new supervisor, schedules, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 3

Engagement Study, tabulations, interests, MAS and EAS, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 4

Engagement Study, inventory of E. W. Burgess' materials stored in other rooms, 1944

Box 61   Folder 5

Engagement Study, tabulation, EAS and MAS card 1 code 32 and 34, 1944

Box 61   Folder 6

Engagement Study, tabulation and coefficients, friends of fiancée and MAS and EAS, 1943

Box 61   Folder 7

Engagement Study, test physical rating, 1943

Box 61   Folder 8

Engagement Study, Terman's happiness rating, 1943

Box 61   Folder 9

Engagement Study, broken engagements, 1943

Box 61   Folder 10

Engagement Study, marriage schedules, statistical analyses, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 11

Engagement Study, correlation between prediction and adjustment on basis of how long keeping company, 1950

Box 61   Folder 12

Engagement Study, case of Mr. and Mrs. John Pittenger, 1939

Box 61   Folder 13

Engagement Study, unidentified case studies

Box 61   Folder 14

Engagement Study, "Special Case of Mr. Sklf (Russian), n.d.

Box 61   Folder 15

Engagement Study, schedule list interview cases, 1951

Box 61   Folder 16

Engagement Study, schedule list, personality trait sheets, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 17

Engagement Study, multiple criterion ranks, equal weight, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 18

Engagement Study, worksheets, 1950-1951

Box 61   Folder 19

Engagement Study, weights used by Reed, 1941

Box 61   Folder 20

Engagement Study, "Total" code sheet, 4-P form and prediction sheets, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 21

Engagement Study, map showing sub-community residential distribution of engaged couples, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 22

Engagement Study, Goldelie Meyer, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 23

Engagement Study, prediction items, weights, 1950

Box 61   Folder 24

Engagement Study, miscellaneous, Wallin, 100 sample cases, 1947

Box 61   Folder 25

Engagement Study, marital success scores, n.d.

Box 61   Folder 26

Engagement Study, C.R.'s for difference between means formula, a) used for neurotic traits, b) used for other means first and second schedules, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 1

Engagement Study, 496 cases, correlations EAS, MAS with no. of friends in engagement schedule, 1943

Box 62   Folder 2

Engagement Study, schedules, adaptability study, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 3

Engagement Study, tabulations, marriage adjustments score, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 4

Engagement Study, integration and adaptability correlations, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 5

Engagement Study, statements on page 13 marriage schedule, 1944

Box 62   Folder 6

Engagement Study, old and new adjustment score comparisons, engaged couples, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 7

Engagement Study, typed case analysis interviewed cases, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 8

Engagement Study, marriage study, four pages, B, 1940

Box 62   Folder 9

Engagement Study, draft, doctors, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 10

Engagement Study, tabulations, ratings of marriage and happiness of couple and couples' parents, marriage schedule and four page forms, 1943-1944

Box 62   Folder 11

Engagement Study, disagreement questions, marriage schedules, 1950

Box 62   Folder 12

Engagement Study, multiple criterion canonical R, n.d.

Box 62   Folder 13

Engagement Study, rating of happiness of parents marriage, engagement schedule, 1943

Box 62   Folder 14

Engagement Study, final results on statistical work, 1943-1944

Box 62   Folder 15

Engagement Study, correlation Humm Wadsworth tabulation, 1943-1944

Box 63   Folder 1

Engagement Study, interviews to be transcribed, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 2

Engagement Study, homogamy, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 3

Engagement Study, means card 3, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 4

Engagement Study, correlations 600 and over study, pre-marital interviews, 1946-1949

Box 63   Folder 5

Engagement Study, broken engagements, tabulation of predictions and adjustments scores, 1950-1951

Box 63   Folder 6

Engagement Study, Humm Wadsworth correlations, married couples, by adjustment score, 1943

Box 63   Folder 7

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 1-97, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 8

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 98-200, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 9

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 201-319, n.d.

Box 63   Folder 10

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 320-400, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 1

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 601-699, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 2

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 700-800, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 3

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 401-499, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 4

Engagement Study, engagement prediction score, case nos. 500-600, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 5

Engagement Study, engagement prediction, score case nos. 801-916, n.d.

Box 64   Folder 6

Engagement Study, engagement prediction, score case nos. 917-1045, n.d.

Box 65   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, set of additions

Box 65   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, set of additions

Box 65   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, part four, ratings on traits

Box 65   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, unused data

Box 65   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interviews received after interview books prepared

Box 65   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interviews received after interview books prepared

Box 65   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interviews received after interview books prepared

Box 65   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interviews received after interview books prepared

Box 66   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 1-199

Box 66   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 200-299

Box 66   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 300-399

Box 66   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 400-499

Box 66   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 400-499

Box 66   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 500-599

Box 66   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 600-699

Box 66   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 700-799

Box 66   Folder 9

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 800-899

Box 66   Folder 10

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 900-999

Box 66   Folder 11

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, case nos. 1000-END

Box 67   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 67   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 67   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 67   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 67   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 67   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY divorced 1955-1959

Box 67   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY divorced 1955-1959

Box 68   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 68   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 69   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, MY incomplete, 1955-1958

Box 69   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 69   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 69   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, assorted cases

Box 69   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, outside area

Box 69   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, outside area

Box 69   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, Hutchison to be transcribed, 1956-1962

Box 69   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, Hutchison to be transcribed, 1956-1962

Box 70   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, Dr. Burgess 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, Dr. Burgess 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 1, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 2, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 3, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 4, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 5, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 6, 1955-1957

Box 70   Folder 9

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 7, 1955-1957

Box 71   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 8, 1955-1957

Box 71   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 9, 1955-1957

Box 71   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview book number 10, 1955-1957

Box 71   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, interview books numbers 1-10, index, Chicago area, n.d.

Box 71   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, personality traits, tabulation sheets, n.d.

Box 71   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, personality traits, tabulation sheets, n.d.

Box 71   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, personality traits, tabulation sheets, n.d.

Box 71   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, personality traits, tabulation sheets, n.d.

Box 71   Folder 9

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, personality traits, tabulation sheets, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 3

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, I.B.M. code sheets, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 4

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, I.B.M. code sheets, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 5

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, I.B.M. code sheets, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 6

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, I.B.M. code sheets, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 7

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, extra code sheets, con-div

Box 72   Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, prediction from case sides, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 9

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, 10 engagement, manuscript

Box 72   Folder 10

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, 100 cases of university students, correlation between California Personality and Marriage Prediction Test, n.d.

Box 72   Folder 11

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, 16 correlation neurotics

Box 72   Folder 12

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, 18, clippings, 1952

Box 72   Folder 13

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, Herbert W. Gustafson, and William M. McPhee, "Relationships Between the California Test of Personality and the Burgess, Cottrell, and Wallin Marriage Adjustment Form"

Box 72   Folder 14

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, 22, marriage counseling

Box 73   Folder 1

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, questionnaires, permission sheets

Box 73   Folder 2

Rockefeller Foundation Middle Years of Marriage Study 1956-1957, coding manual, 1958-1959

Box 73   Folder 3

Interviewing instructions, guides, n.d.

Box 73   Folder 3a

Divorce project, coding instructions and work deck instructions

Box 73   Folder 3b-3c

Divorce project, related study data and papers

Box 73   Folder 4

T.A.T. notes, 1948

Box 73   Folder 5

Comparative Study of Divorced and Married Couples 1957-1959, progress report, 1959

Box 73   Folder 6

Community and Family Study Center, " of Fertility Behavior and Family Planning Motivations," unnumbered questionnaires, 1962-1964

Box 73   Folder 7

Community and Family Study Center, "Code Sheet: Follow Up Family Planning Study," n.d.

Box 73   Folder 8

Community and Family Study Center, "Coding Instructions: Follow Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," 1963

Box 73   Folder 9

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 501-505, 1962-1963

Box 73a   Folder 10

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 506-510, 1962-1963

Box 73a   Folder 11

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 511, 512, 514, 515, 517, 1962-1963

Box 73a   Folder 12

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 518-522, 1962-1963

Box 74   Folder 1

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 523, 525-527, 529, 1962-1963

Box 74   Folder 2

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 530, 531, 533-535, 1962-1963

Box 74   Folder 3

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 536-542, 1962-1963

Box 74   Folder 4

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 001-005, 1964-1965

Box 74   Folder 5

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 006-010, 1964-1965

Box 74   Folder 6

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 011-015, 1964-1965

Box 74   Folder 7

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 016-020, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 1

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 021-025, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 2

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 026-030, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 3

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 031-035, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 4

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 036-040, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 5

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 041-045, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 6

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 046-050, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 7

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 051-055, 1964-1965

Box 75   Folder 8

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 056-060, 1964-1965

Box 76   Folder 1

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 061-066, 1964

Box 76   Folder 2

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 067-072, 1964

Box 76   Folder 3

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 073-078, 1964

Box 76   Folder 4

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 079-084, 1964

Box 76   Folder 5

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 085-090, 1964

Box 76   Folder 6

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 091-096, 1964

Box 76   Folder 7

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 097-102, 1964

Box 77   Folder 1

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 103-108, 1964

Box 77   Folder 2

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 109-114, 1964

Box 77   Folder 3

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 115-122, 1964

Box 77   Folder 4

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 123-128, 1964

Box 77   Folder 5

Community Family Study Center, "Follow-Up Interview to Assess Effect of Communication," questionnaires nos. 129-135, 1964

Box 77   Folder 6

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 1-8, 1964

Box 77   Folder 7

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 9-16, 1964

Box 78   Folder 1

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 17-24, 1964

Box 78   Folder 2

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 25-32, 1964

Box 78   Folder 3

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 33-40, 1964

Box 78   Folder 4

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 41-48, 1964

Box 78   Folder 5

Community Family study Center, "Sociological Interview with New Patients at the Clinic," questionnaires nos. 49-52, 1964

Box 78   Folder 6

Family Study Center, University of Chicago, E.W. Burgess, correspondence, 1954-1959

Box 78   Folder 7

Family Study Center, invoices

Box 78   Folder 8

"Proposal for an International Study on the Relations between Authority within the Family and Social Structure", nd

Box 78   Folder 9

Marriage and Family studies, notes

Box 78   Folder 10

Family Study Center, semi-annual report on activities from Sept. 1,

  • 1952 to Feb. 28, 1953, financial statement
Box 78   Folder 11

Family Center, correspondence

Series II: National Opinion Research Center

This series is composed primarily of the raw questionnaires used in two research projects sponsored by the National Opinion Research Center in 1959. The first, here titled "Problems of Living in the Metropolis", studied the adjustment of migrant populations to the experience of Chicago urban life. Its official NORC title was, "The Migrant in the Metropolis" and its chief researchers included Donald J. Bogue, Everett C. Hughes, Elihu Katz, and Peter M. Blau. Information about funding and organization of this study may be found in BOX 159, Folder 1.

The second project, entitled "Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren" was conducted by Elihu Katz with K. Kessin, J. McCoy, L. Pinto, and R. Strieby. No organizational or administrative information is extant in the present collection; its findings appear to have been published as: Katz, E., et al., "Public Reaction to the Unscheduled Sounding of Air-Raid Sirens in a Metropolis: A First Glance at the Data," in Baker and Rohrer, eds., Symposium on Human Problems in the Utilization of Fallout Shelters, Washington, DC: Disaster Research Group, National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 1960.

Box 79   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1031-1, 1031-6

Box 79   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1032-1

Box 79   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1032-2, 1032-3

Box 79   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1033-1

Box 79   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1033-2, 1033-3

Box 79   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1034-1

Box 79   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1034-2, 1034-3

Box 79   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1035-1

Box 80   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1035-2, 1035-3

Box 80   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1036-1, 1036-4

Box 80   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1037-1, 1037-5

Box 80   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1038-1

Box 80   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1038-2, 1038-3

Box 80   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1039-1

Box 80   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1039-2, 1039-3

Box 80   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1040-1, 1040-5

Box 81   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1041-1

Box 81   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1041-2, 1041-3 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 81   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1042-1, 1042-5

Box 81   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1043-1

Box 81   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1043-2 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1043-3

Box 81   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1044-1

Box 81   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1044-2, 1044-3 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 82   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1045-1, 1045-8 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 82   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1046-1, 1046-6

Box 82   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1047-1, 1047-0,3

Box 82   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1048-1

Box 82   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1048-2,1048-3

Box 82   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1049-1

Box 82   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1049-2, 1049-3

Box 83   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1050-1

Box 83   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1050-2, 1050-3

Box 83   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1051-1

Box 83   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1051-2, 1051-3

Box 83   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1052-1, 1052-5

Box 83   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1053-1, 1053-5

Box 83   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1054-1, 1054-6

Box 84   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1055-1, 1055-8

Box 84   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1056-1, 1056-8

Box 84   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1057-1, 1057-5

Box 84   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1058-1

Box 84   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1058-2, 1058-3

Box 84   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1059-1

Box 84   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1059-2, 1059-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 85   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1060-1

Box 85   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1060-2, 1060-3

Box 85   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1061-1

Box 85   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1061-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1061-3

Box 85   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1062-1

Box 85   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1062-2 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1062-3

Box 85   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1063-1, 1063-8

Box 85   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1064-4

Box 86   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1064-2, 1064-3

Box 86   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1065-1, 1065-5

Box 86   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1066-1

Box 86   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1066-2, 1066-3

Box 86   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1067-1, 1067-5

Box 86   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1068-1, 1068-5

Box 86   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1069-1

Box 86   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1069-2, 1069-3

Box 87   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1070-1, 1070-6

Box 87   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1071-1, 1071-8

Box 87   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1072-1

Box 87   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1072-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 87   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1073-1, 1073-8

Box 87   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1074-1

Box 87   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1074-2, 1074-3

Box 87   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1075-1

Box 88   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1075-2, 1075-3

Box 88   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1076-1

Box 88   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1076-2, 1076-3

Box 88   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1077-1, 1077-0

Box 88   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1078-1, 1078-5

Box 88   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1079-1

Box 88   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1079-2, 1079-3

Box 89   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1080-1, 1080-5

Box 89   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1081-1, 1081-5

Box 89   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1082-1, 1082-8

Box 89   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1083-1

Box 89   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1083-2, 1083-3

Box 89   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1084-1

Box 89   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1084-2, 1084-3

Box 89   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1085-1, 1085-8 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 90    Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1086-1

Box 90    Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1086-2, 1086-3

Box 90    Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1087-1

Box 90    Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1087-2, 1087-3

Box 90    Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1088-1

Box 90    Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1088-2, 1088-3

Box 90    Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1089-1

Box 91   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1089-2, 1089-3

Box 91   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1090-1, 1090-5

Box 91   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1091-1

Box 91   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1091-2, 1091-3

Box 91   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1092-1

Box 91   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1092-2, 1092-3

Box 91   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1093-1, 1093-8

Box 92   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1094-1, 1094-8

Box 92   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1095-1, 1095-5

Box 92   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1096-1, 1096-8

Box 92   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1097-1, 1097-5

Box 92   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1098-1

Box 92   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1098-2, 1098-3

Box 92   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1099-1, 1099-5

Box 92   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1100-1

Box 93   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1100-2, 1100-3

Box 93   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1101-1, 1101-5

Box 93   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1102-1

Box 93   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1102-2, 1102-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 93   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1103-1, 1103-4

Box 93   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1104-1

Box 93   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1104-2, 1104-3 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 94   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1105-1

Box 94   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1105-2, 1105-3

Box 94   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1106-1

Box 94   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1106-2, 1106-3

Box 94   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1107-1

Box 94   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1107-2, 1107-3

Box 94   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1108-1, 1108-6

Box 95   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1109-1, 1109-8

Box 95   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1110-1

Box 95   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1110-1, 1110-3

Box 95   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1111-1

Box 95   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1111-2, 1111-3

Box 95   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1112-1

Box 95   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1112-2, 1112-3

Box 96   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1113-1, 1113-6 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 96   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1114-1

Box 96   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1114-2, 1114-3

Box 96   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1115-1

Box 96   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1115-2, 1115-3

Box 96   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1116-1

Box 96   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1116-2, 1116-3

Box 96   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1117-1

Box 97   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1117-2, 1117-3

Box 97   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1118-1

Box 97   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1118-2, 1118-3

Box 97   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1119-1, 1119-8

Box 97   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1120-1

Box 97   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1120-2 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1120-3

Box 97   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1121-1

Box 97   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1121-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1121-3

Box 98   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1122-1, 1122-5 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 98   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1123-1

Box 98   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1123-2, 1123-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 98   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1124-1, 1124-6

Box 98   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1125-1

Box 98   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1125-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1125-3

Box 98   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1126-1, 1126-8

Box 98   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1127-1

Box 98   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1127-2, 1127-3

Box 98   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1129-1

Box 98   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1129-2, 1129-3

Box 99   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1130-1

Box 99   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1130-2, 1130-3

Box 99   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1131-1

Box 99   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1131-2, 1131-3

Box 99   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1132-1

Box 99   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1132-2 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1132-3

Box 99   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1133-1

Box 99   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1133-2, 1133-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 99   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1134-1

Box 99   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1134-2, 1134-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 100   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1135-1, 1135-8

Box 100   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1136-1

Box 100   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1136-2, 1136-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 100   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1137-1

Box 100   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1137-2, 1137-3

Box 100   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1138-1

Box 100   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1138-2, 1138-3

Box 100   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1139-1, 1139-5

Box 100   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1140-1, 1140-5

Box 100   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1141-1

Box 100   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1141-2, 1141-3

Box 101   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1142-1

Box 101   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1142-2, 1142-3

Box 101   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1143-1, 1143-8

Box 101   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1144-1

Box 101   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1144-2, 1144-3

Box 101   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1145-1, 1145-8

Box 101   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1146-1

Box 101   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1146-2, 1146-3

Box 101   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1147-1, 1147-5

Box 101   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1148-1, 1148-8

Box 101   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1149-1

Box 102   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1149-2, 1149-3

Box 102   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1150-1, 1150-8

Box 102   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1151-1

Box 102   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1151-2, 1151-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation, and letter from Clyde W. Hart soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 102   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1152-1, 1152-8

Box 102   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1153-1

Box 102   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1153-2, 1153-3

Box 102   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1154-1

Box 102   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1154-2, 1154-3

Box 102   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1155-1

Box 102   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1155-2, 1155-3

Box 103   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1156-1, 1156-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 103   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1157-1, 1157-4 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 103   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1158-1

Box 103   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1158-2, 1158-3

Box 103   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1159-1

Box 103   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1159-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1159-3

Box 103   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1160-1

Box 103   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1160-2, 1160-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 103   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1161-1

Box 103   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1161-2, 1161-3

Box 103   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1162-1

Box 103   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1162-2, 1162-3

Box 104   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1163-1

Box 104   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1163-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1163-3

Box 104   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1164-1, 1164-0

Box 104   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1165-1, 1165-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 104   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1166-1, 1166-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 104   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1167-1

Box 104   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1167-2, 1167-3

Box 104   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1168-1, 1168-8

Box 104   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1161-1, 1169-8

Box 104   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1170-1

Box 105   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1170-2, 1170-3

Box 105   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1171-1, 1171-8

Box 105   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1172-1, 1172-6

Box 105   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1173-1

Box 105   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1173-2, 1173-3

Box 105   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1174-1, 1174-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 105   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1175-1, 1175-5 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 105   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1176-1

Box 106   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1176-2, 1176-3

Box 106   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1177-1

Box 106   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1177-2, 1177-3

Box 106   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1178-1, 1178-8

Box 106   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1179-1

Box 106   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1179-2, 1179-3

Box 106   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1180-1

Box 106   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1180-2, 1180-3

Box 106   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1181-1

Box 106   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1181-2, 1181-3

Box 107   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1182-1

Box 107   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1182-2, 1182-3 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 107   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1183-1

Box 107   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1183-2, 1183-3

Box 107   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1184-1

Box 107   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1184-2, 1184-3

Box 107   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1185-1, 1185-5

Box 107   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1186-1, 1186-5

Box 107   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos.1187-1, 1187-5

Box 107   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1188-1

Box 107   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1188-2, 1188-3

Box 108   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1189-1, 1189-8

Box 108   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1190-1, 1190-8

Box 108   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1191-1, 1191-5

Box 108   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1192-1

Box 108   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1192-2, 1192-3

Box 108   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1193-1, 1193-8

Box 108   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1194-1, 1194-8

Box 108   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1195-1, 1195-8

Box 108   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1196-1, 1196-8

Box 108   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1197-1, 1197-6

Box 108   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1198-1

Box 108   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1198-2, 1198-3

Box 109   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1199-1

Box 109   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1199-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1199-3

Box 109   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1200-1, 1200-8

Box 109   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1201-1

Box 109   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1201-2, 1201-3

Box 109   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1202-1, 1202-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation, and letter from Clyde W. Hart soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 109   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1203-1, 1203-5

Box 109   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1204-1, 1204-8

Box 109   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1205-1

Box 109   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1205-2, 1205-3

Box 109   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1206-1

Box 109   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1206-2, 1206-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 110   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1207-1

Box 110   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1207-2, 1207-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 110   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1208-1

Box 110   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1208-2, 1208-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 110   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1209-1, 1209-8

Box 110   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1210-1, 1210-8

Box 110   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1211-1, 1211-3

Box 110   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1212-1

Box 110   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1212-2, 1212-3

Box 110   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1213-1

Box 110   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1213-2, 1213-3

Box 110   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1214-1

Box 110   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1214-2, 1214-3

Box 111   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1215-1, 1215-8

Box 111   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1216-1

Box 111   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1216-2, 1216-3

Box 111   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1217-1

Box 111   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1217-2, 1217-3

Box 111   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1218-1, 1218-8

Box 111   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1219-1

Box 111   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1219-2, 1219-3

Box 111   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1220-1, 1220-8

Box 111   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1221-1

Box 111   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1221-2, 1221-3

Box 111   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1222-1

Box 111   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1222-2, 1222-3

Box 112   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1223-1, 1223-5

Box 112   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1224-1, 1224-5

Box 112   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1225-1, 1225-4

Box 112   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1226-1

Box 112   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1226-2, 1226-3

Box 112   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1227-1

Box 112   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1227-2, 1227-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 112   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1228-1

Box 112   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1228-2, 1228-3

Box 112   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1229-1, 1229-6 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 112   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1230-1

Box 112   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1230-2, 1230-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 113   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1231-1

Box 113   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1231-2, 1231-3

Box 113   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1232-1, 1232-5

Box 113   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1233-1, 1233-4

Box 113   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1234-1, 1234-5

Box 113   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1235-1, 1235-5

Box 113   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1236-1

Box 113   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1236-2, 1236-3

Box 113   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1237-1

Box 113   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1237-2, 1237-3

Box 113   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1238-1, 1238-6

Box 113   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1239-1, 1239-8

Box 114   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1240-1

Box 114   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1240-2, 1240-3

Box 114   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1241-1

Box 114   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1241-2, 1241-3

Box 114   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1242-1

Box 114   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1242-2, 1242-3

Box 114   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1243-1, 1243-8

Box 114   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1244-1, 1244-8 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation and follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 114   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1245-1, 1245-6

Box 114   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 246-1, 1246-8

Box 114   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1247-1

Box 114   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 247-2, 1247-3

Box 115   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1248-1

Box 115   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1248-2, 1248-3

Box 115   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1249-1, 1249-8

Box 115   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1250-1

Box 115   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1250-2, 1250-3

Box 115   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1251-1, 1251-5 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 115   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1252-1, 1252-8

Box 115   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1253-1, 1253-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 115   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1254-1

Box 115   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos.

  • 1254-2, 1254-3
Box 115   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1255-1, 1255-8

Box 115   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1256-1, 1256-8

Box 116   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1257-1, 1257-8

Box 116   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1258-1

Box 116   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1258-2, 1258-3

Box 116   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1259-1

Box 116   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1259-2, 1259-3

Box 116   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1260-1, 1260-5

Box 116   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1261-1

Box 116   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1261-2, 1261-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 116   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos.1262-1

Box 116   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1262-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1262-3

Box 116   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1263-1

Box 116   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1263-2, 1263-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 117   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1264-1

Box 117   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1264-2 (includes two follow-up form letters soliciting interview subject's participation), 1264-3

Box 117   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1265-1, 1265-6 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 117   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1266-1

Box 117   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1266-2, 1266-3

Box 117   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1267-1, 1267-8

Box 117   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1268-1

Box 117   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1268-2, 1268-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 117   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1269-1, 1269-8

Box 117   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1270-1, 1270-6 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 117   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1271-1, 1271-5

Box 117   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1272-1, 1272-8

Box 117   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1273-1

Box 118   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1273-2, 1273-3

Box 118   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1274-1

Box 118   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1274-2, 1274-3

Box 118   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1275-1

Box 118   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1275-2, 1275-3

Box 118   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1276-1

Box 118   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1276-2, 1276-3

Box 118   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1277-1, 1277-8

Box 118   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1278-1, 1278-8

Box 118   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1279-1, 1279-8

Box 118   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1280-1

Box 118   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1280-2, 1280-3

Box 119   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1281-1, 1281-8

Box 119   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1282-1, 1282-8

Box 119   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1283-1, 1283-8

Box 119   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1284-1, 1284-8

Box 119   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1285-1

Box 119   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1285-2, 1285-3

Box 119   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1286-1

Box 119   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1286-2, 1286-3

Box 119   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1287-1, 1287-8

Box 119   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1288-1, 1288-5 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 119   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1289-1

Box 119   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1289-2, 1289-3

Box 120   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1290-1

Box 120   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1290-2, 1290-3

Box 120   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1291-1

Box 120   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1291-2, 1291-3

Box 120   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1292-1

Box 120   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1292-2, 1292-3

Box 120   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1293-1

Box 120   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1293-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1293-3

Box 120   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1294-1, 1294-8

Box 120   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1295-1, 1295-5

Box 120   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1296-1, 1296-5

Box 121   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1297-1

Box 121   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1297-2, 1297-3

Box 121   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1298-1, 1298-5

Box 121   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1299-1

Box 121   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1299-2, 1299-3

Box 121   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1300-1, 1300-8

Box 121   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1301-1

Box 121   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1301-2, 1301-3

Box 121   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1302-1

Box 121   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1302-2, 1302-3

Box 121   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1303-1

Box 121   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1303-2, 1303-3

Box 122   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1304-1, 1304-8

Box 122   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1305-1, 1305-4 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 122   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1306-1

Box 122   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1306-2 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1306-3

Box 122   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1307-1, 1307-8

Box 122   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1308-1, 1308-8

Box 122   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1309-1

Box 122   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1309-2, 1309-3

Box 122   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1310-1, 1310-8

Box 122   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1311-1, 1311-6

Box 122   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1312-1, 1312-6

Box 122   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1313-1, 1313-6

Box 123   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1314-1

Box 123   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1314-2, 1314-3

Box 123   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1315-1

Box 123   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1315-2, 1315-3

Box 123   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1316-1, 1316-6

Box 123   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1317-1

Box 123   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1317-2, 1317-3

Box 123   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1318-1, 1318-6

Box 123   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1319-1, 1319-8

Box 123   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1320-1, 1320-5

Box 123   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1321-1

Box 123   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1321-2, 1321-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation and two copies of second follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 124   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1322-1, 1322-8

Box 124   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1323-1, 1323-8

Box 124   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1324-1, 1324-8

Box 124   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1325-1, 1325-8

Box 124   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1326-1

Box 124   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1326-2, 1326-3

Box 124   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1327-1, 1327-8

Box 124   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1328-1

Box 124   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1328-2, 1328-3

Box 124   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1329-1

Box 124   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1329-2, 1329-3

Box 125   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1330-1

Box 125   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1330-2, 1330-3

Box 125   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1331-1

Box 125   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1331-2, 1331-3

Box 125   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1332-1

Box 125   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1332-2, 1332-3

Box 125   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1333-1

Box 125   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1333-2, 1333-3

Box 125   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1334-1, 1334-6

Box 125   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1335-1, 1335-8

Box 125   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1336-1

Box 125   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1336-2, 1336-3 (includes three different follow-up form letters soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 126   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1337-1

Box 126   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1337-2, 1337-3

Box 126   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1338-1, 1338-8

Box 126   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1339-1

Box 126   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1339-2 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation), 1339-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 126   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1340-1

Box 126   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1340-2, 1340-3

Box 126   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1341-1, 1341-0

Box 126   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1342-1

Box 126   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1342-2, 1342-3

Box 126   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1343-1

Box 126   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1343-2, 1343-3

Box 127   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1344-1, 1344-5

Box 127   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1345-1

Box 127   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1345-2, 1345-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 127   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1346-1

Box 127   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1346-2, 1346-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 127   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1347-1

Box 127   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1347-2, 1347-3

Box 127   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1348-1, 1348-0

Box 127   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1349-1

Box 127   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1349-2, 1349-3

Box 127   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1351-1

Box 127   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1351-2, 1351-3

Box 128   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1350-1

Box 128   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1350-2, 1350-3

Box 128   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1352-1, 1352-5

Box 128   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1353-1, 1353-8

Box 128   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1354-1

Box 128   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1354-2, 1354-3

Box 128   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1355-1

Box 128   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1355-2, 1355-3

Box 128   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1356-1, 1356-8

Box 128   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1357-1

Box 128   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1357-2, 1357-3

Box 128   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1358-1

Box 129   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1358-2, 1358-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 129   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1359-1

Box 129   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1359-2, 1359-3

Box 129   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1360-1

Box 129   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1360-2, 1360-3

Box 129   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1361-1

Box 129   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1361-2, 1361-3

Box 129   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1362-1

Box 129   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1362-2, 1362-3

Box 129   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1363-1

Box 129   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1363-2, 1363-3 (includes form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 129   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1364-1

Box 130   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1364-2, 1364-3

Box 130   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1365-1

Box 130   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1365-2, 1365-3

Box 130   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1366-1

Box 130   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1366-2, 1366-3

Box 130   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1367-1

Box 130   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1367-2, 1367-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 130   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1368-1, 1368-8

Box 130   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1369-1

Box 130   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1369-2, 1369-3

Box 130   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1370-1

Box 130   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1370-2, 1370-3 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 131   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1371-1, 1371-0

Box 131   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1372-1

Box 131   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1372-2, 1372-3

Box 131   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1373-1, 1373-8

Box 131   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1374-1, 1374-4

Box 131   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1375-1, 1375-6 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 131   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1376-1, 1376-8 (includes follow-up form letter soliciting interview subject's participation)

Box 131   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1377-1, 1377-8

Box 131   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1378-1

Box 131   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1378-2, 1378-3

Box 131   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1379-1

Box 132   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1379-2, 1379-3

Box 132   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1380-1, 1380-8

Box 132   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 1381-1, 1381-8

Box 132   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaire nos. 5001-2, 5001-3 (5363 W. North Avenue)

Box 132   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5002-2, 5002-3 (5017 W. Quincy St.; Pikos)

Box 132   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5003-2, 5003-3 (5115 W. Washington St.)

Box 132   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5004-4, 5004-5 (4834 W. Congress Ave.)

Box 132   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5005-2, 5005-3 (3527 W. Adams St.)

Box 133   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5006-2, 5006-3 (316 S. Kilbourn Ave.)

Box 133   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5007-2, 5007-3 (5143 W. St. Paul St.)

Box 133   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5008-2, 5008-3 (5258 W. Congress St.)

Box 133   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5009-2, 5009-3 (5440 W. Crystal St.; Paterakis)

Box 133   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5010-2, 5010-3 (5420 W. Flournoy St.; Sedakis)

Box 133   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5011-2, 5011-3 (5015 W. Quincey St.; Tsoukalas)

Box 133   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5012-2, 5012-3 (3521 W. Fifth Ave.; Lakos)

Box 133   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5013-2, 5013-3 (3643 W, Chicago Ave.; Bouvos)

Box 134   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5014-2, 5014-3 (4442 W. Van Buren St.; Kachiroubos)

Box 134   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5015-2, 5015-3 (4923 W. Jackson Blvd.; Katsautonis)

Box 134   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5016-2, 5016-3 (5412 N. Montrose Ave.; Skitger)

Box 134   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5017-2, 5017-3 (3235 W. Harrison St.; Kounioundouros)

Box 134   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5018-2, 5018-3 (5408 W. Monroe St.; Meintauis)

Box 134   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5019-5 (5412 N. Montrose Ave.; Sianuakakos)

Box 134   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5020-2, 5020-3 (8027 S. Union Ave.; Kyriakopoulos)

Box 134   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5021-1

Box 134   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5021-2, 5021-3

Box 135   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5022-1

Box 135   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5022-2, 5022-3

Box 135   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5023-1

Box 135   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5023-2, 5023-3

Box 135   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5024-1

Box 135   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5024-2, 5024-3

Box 135   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5025-1

Box 135   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5025-2, 5025-3

Box 135   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5026-1

Box 135   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5026-2, 5026-3

Box 135   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5027-1

Box 135   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5027-2, 5027-3

Box 135   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5028-1

Box 135   Folder 14

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5028-2, 5028-3

Box 136   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5029-1

Box 136   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5029-2, 5029-3

Box 136   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5030-1, 5030-5

Box 136   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5031-1

Box 136   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5031-2, 5032-3

Box 136   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5032-1

Box 136   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5032-2, 5032-3

Box 136   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5033-1

Box 136   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5033-2, 5033-3

Box 136   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5034-1

Box 136   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5034-2, 5034-3

Box 136   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5035-1

Box 136   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5035-2, 5035-3

Box 137   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5036-1

Box 137   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5036-2, 5036-3

Box 137   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5037-1

Box 137   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5037-2, 5037-3

Box 137   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5038-1, 5038-5

Box 137   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5039-1

Box 137   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5039-2, 5039-3

Box 137   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5040-1

Box 137   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5040-2, 5040-3

Box 137   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5041-1

Box 137   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5041-2, 5041-3

Box 137   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5042-1

Box 137   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5042-2, 5042-3

Box 138   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5043-1

Box 138   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5043-2, 5043-3

Box 138   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5044-1

Box 138   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5044-2, 5044-3

Box 138   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5045-1

Box 138   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5045-3, 5045-3

Box 138   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5046-1, 5046-5

Box 138   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5047-1

Box 138   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5047-2, 5047-3

Box 138   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5048-1

Box 138   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5048-2, 5048-3

Box 138   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5049-1

Box 138   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5049-2, 5049-3

Box 139   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5050-1

Box 139   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5050-2, 5050-3

Box 139   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5051-1

Box 139   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5051-2, 5051-3

Box 139   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5052-1

Box 139   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5052-2, 5052-3

Box 139   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5053-1

Box 139   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5053-2, 5053-3

Box 139   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5054-1

Box 139   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5054-2, 5054-3

Box 139   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5055-1

Box 139   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5055-2, 5055-3

Box 140   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5056-1

Box 140   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5056-5

Box 140   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5057-1

Box 140   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5057-2, 5057-3

Box 140   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5058-1

Box 140   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5058-2, 5058-3

Box 140   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5059-1

Box 140   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5059-2, 5059-3

Box 140   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5060-1

Box 140   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5060-2, 5060-3

Box 140   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5061-1

Box 140   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5061-2, 5061-3

Box 140   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5062-1

Box 140   Folder 14

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5062-2, 5062-3

Box 141   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5063-1

Box 141   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5063-2, 5063-3

Box 141   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5064-1

Box 141   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5064-2, 5064-3

Box 141   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5065-1

Box 141   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5065-2, 5065-3

Box 141   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos.5066-1, 5060-5

Box 141   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5067-1

Box 141   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5067-2, 5067-3

Box 141   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5068-1, 5068-5

Box 141   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5069-1, 5069-5

Box 141   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5070-1, 5070-5

Box 141   Folder 13

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5071-1, 5071-5

Box 142   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5072-1

Box 142   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5072-2, 5072-3

Box 142   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5073-1

Box 142   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5073-2, 5073-3

Box 142   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5074-1

Box 142   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5074-2, 5074-3

Box 142   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5075-1

Box 142   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5075-2, 5075-3

Box 142   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5076-1

Box 142   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5076-2, 5076-3

Box 142   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5077-1

Box 142   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5077-2, 5077-3

Box 143   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5078-1

Box 143   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5078-2, 5078-3

Box 143   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5079-1

Box 143   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5079-2, 5079-3

Box 143   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5080-1

Box 143   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5080-2, 5080-3

Box 143   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5081-1

Box 143   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5081-2, 5081-3

Box 143   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5082-1

Box 143   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5082-2, 5082-3

Box 143   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5083-1

Box 143   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5083-2, 5083-3

Box 144   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5084-1

Box 144   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5084-2, 5084-3

Box 144   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5085-1, 5085-5

Box 144   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5086-1

Box 144   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5086-2, 5086-3

Box 144   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5087-1

Box 144   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5087-2, 5087-3

Box 144   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5088-1

Box 144   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5088-2, 5088-3

Box 144   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5089-1

Box 144   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5089-2, 5089-3

Box 144   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5090-1, 5090-5

Box 145   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5091-1

Box 145   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5091-2, 5091-3

Box 145   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5092-1

Box 145   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5092-2, 5092-3

Box 145   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5093-1

Box 145   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5093-2, 5093-3

Box 145   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5094-1

Box 145   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5094-2, 5094-3

Box 145   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5095-1

Box 145   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5095-2, 5095-3

Box 145   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5096-4

Box 146   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5097-1

Box 146   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5097-2, 5097-3

Box 146   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5098-1, 5098-5

Box 146   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5099-1, 5099-4

Box 146   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5100-1

Box 146   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 5100-2, 5100-3

Box 146   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6001-1

Box 146   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6001-2, 6001-3

Box 146   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6002-1

Box 146   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6002-2, 6002-3

Box 146   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6003-1

Box 146   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6003-2, 6003-3

Box 147   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6004-1, 6004-8

Box 147   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6005-1

Box 147   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6005-2, 6005-3

Box 147   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6006-1

Box 147   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6006-2, 6006-3

Box 147   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6007-1

Box 147   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6007-2, 6007-3

Box 147   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6008-1

Box 147   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6008-2, 6008-3

Box 147   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6009-1

Box 147   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6009-2, 6009-3

Box 148   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6010-1, 6010-5

Box 148   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6011-1

Box 148   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6011-2, 6011-3

Box 148   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6012-1

Box 148   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6012-2, 6012-3

Box 148   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6013-1, 6013-8

Box 148   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6014-1, 6014-5

Box 148   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6015-1, 6015-5

Box 148   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6016-1, 6016-5

Box 148   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6017-1

Box 148   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6017-2, 6017-3

Box 149   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6018-1

Box 149   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6018-2, 6018-3

Box 149   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6019-1

Box 149   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6019-2, 6019-3

Box 149   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6020-1

Box 149   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6020-2, 6020-3

Box 149   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6021-1

Box 149   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6021-2, 6021-3

Box 149   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6022-2, 6022-5

Box 149   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6023-1

Box 149   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6023-2, 6023-3

Box 150   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6024-1

Box 150   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6024-2, 6024-3

Box 150   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6025-1

Box 150   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6025-2, 6025-3

Box 150   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6026-1, 6026-8

Box 150   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6027-1

Box 150   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6027-2, 6027-3

Box 150   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6028-1

Box 150   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6028-2, 6028-3

Box 150   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6029-1

Box 150   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6029-2, 6029-3

Box 151   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6030-1

Box 151   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6030-2, 6030-3

Box 151   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6031-1

Box 151   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6031-2, 6031-3

Box 151   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6032-1, 6032-5

Box 151   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6033-1, 6033-6

Box 151   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6034-1, 6034-6

Box 151   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6035-1, 6035-8

Box 151   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6036-1

Box 151   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6036-2, 6036-3

Box 152   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6037-1

Box 152   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6037-2, 6037-3

Box 152   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6038-1

Box 152   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6038-2, 6038-3

Box 152   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6039-1

Box 152   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6039-2, 6039-3

Box 152   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6040-1, 6040-8

Box 152   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6041-1

Box 152   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6041-2, 6041-3

Box 152   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6042-1

Box 152   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6042-2, 6042-3

Box 153   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6043-1

Box 153   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6043-2, 6043-3

Box 153   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6044-1

Box 153   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6044-2, 6044-3

Box 153   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6045-1

Box 153   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6045-2, 6045-3

Box 153   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6046-1

Box 153   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6046-2, 6046-3

Box 153   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6047-1

Box 153   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6047-2, 6047-3

Box 153   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6048-1

Box 153   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6048-2, 6048-3

Box 154   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6049-1

Box 154   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6049-2, 6049-3

Box 154   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6050-1

Box 154   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6050-2, 6050-3

Box 154   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6051-1, 6051-5

Box 154   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6052-1

Box 154   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6052-2, 6052-3

Box 154   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6053-1

Box 154   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6053-2, 6053-3

Box 154   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6054-1

Box 154   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6054-2, 6054-3

Box 155   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6055-1

Box 155   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6055-2, 6055-3

Box 155   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6056-1

Box 155   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6056-2, 6056-3

Box 155   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6057-1

Box 155   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6057-2, 6057-3

Box 155   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6058-1

Box 155   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6058-2, 6058-3

Box 155   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6059- , 6059-8

Box 155   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6060-1

Box 155   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6060-2, 6060-3

Box 156   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6061-1

Box 156   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6061-2, 6061-3

Box 156   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6062-1

Box 156   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6062-2, 6062-3

Box 156   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6063-1

Box 156   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6063-2, 6063-3

Box 156   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6064-1

Box 156   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6064-2, 6064-3

Box 156   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6065-1

Box 156   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6065-2, 6065-3

Box 156   Folder 11

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6066-1

Box 156   Folder 12

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6066-2, 6066-3

Box 157   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6067-1

Box 157   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6067-2, 6067-3

Box 157   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6068-1

Box 157   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6068-2, 6068-3

Box 157   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6069-1

Box 157   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6069-2, 6069-3

Box 157   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6070-1

Box 157   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6070-2, 6070-3

Box 157   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6071-1

Box 157   Folder 10

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6071-2, 6071-3

Box 158   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6072-1

Box 158   Folder 2

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6072-2, 6072-3

Box 158   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6073-1

Box 158   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaires nos. 6073-2, 6073-3 (includes follow-up correspondence with interview subject, notes on interview, and non-interview report)

Box 158   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, sample questionnaire, coding instructions, coding sheets, correspondence concerning revisions to questionnaires, coding progress reports

Box 158   Folder 6

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, migration analysis

Box 158   Folder 7

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, "Specifications for Survey 413B"

Box 158   Folder 8

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, questionnaire composition

Box 158   Folder 9

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, pretests

Box 159   Folder 1

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, budget information, grant applications, progress reports, press release, project planning notes

Box 159   Folder 2

A Study of Resistance to Health Information, 1960, grant application

Box 159   Folder 3

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, In-migrants, statistics, reprints

Box 159   Folder 4

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, In-migrants, statistics, reprints

Box 159   Folder 5

Problems of Living in the Metropolis, 1959, In-migrants, statistics, reprints

Box 159   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 1

Box 159   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 2

Box 159   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 3

Box 159   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 4

Box 160   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 5

Box 160   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 6

Box 160   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 7

Box 160   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 8

Box 160   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 9

Box 160   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 10

Box 160   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 11

Box 160   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 13

Box 160   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 14

Box 160   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 16

Box 160   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 17

Box 160   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 18

Box 161   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 19

Box 161   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 20

Box 161   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 21

Box 161   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 22

Box 161   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 23

Box 161   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 24

Box 161   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 25

Box 161   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 26

Box 161   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 27

Box 161   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 28

Box 161   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 29

Box 161   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 30

Box 161   Folder 13

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 31

Box 162   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 32

Box 162   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 33

Box 162   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 34

Box 162   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 36

Box 162   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 37

Box 162   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 38

Box 162   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 39

Box 162   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 40

Box 162   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 41

Box 162   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 42

Box 162   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 43

Box 162   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 44

Box 162   Folder 13

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 45

Box 163   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 46

Box 163   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 47

Box 163   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 49

Box 163   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 50

Box 163   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 51

Box 163   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 52

Box 163   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 53

Box 163   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 54

Box 163   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 55

Box 163   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 56

Box 163   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 57

Box 163   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 58

Box 164   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 59

Box 164   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 60

Box 164   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 61

Box 164   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 62

Box 164   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 63

Box 164   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 64

Box 164   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 65

Box 164   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 66

Box 164   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 67

Box 164   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 69

Box 164   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 70

Box 164   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 71

Box 165   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 72

Box 165   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 73

Box 165   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 74

Box 165   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 75

Box 165   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 76

Box 165   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 77

Box 165   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 78

Box 165   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 79

Box 165   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 80

Box 165   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 81

Box 165   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 82

Box 165   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 83

Box 166   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 84

Box 166   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 85

Box 166   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 86

Box 166   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 87

Box 166   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 88

Box 166   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 89

Box 166   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 90

Box 166   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 91

Box 166   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 92

Box 166   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 93

Box 166   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 94

Box 166   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 95

Box 167   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 96

Box 167   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 97

Box 167   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 98

Box 167   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 99

Box 167   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 100

Box 167   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 101

Box 167   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 102

Box 167   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 103

Box 167   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 104

Box 167   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 105

Box 167   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 106

Box 167   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 108

Box 168   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 109

Box 168   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 110

Box 168   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 111

Box 168   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 112

Box 168   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 113

Box 168   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 114

Box 168   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 115

Box 168   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 116

Box 168   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 117

Box 168   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 118

Box 168   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 119

Box 168   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 120

Box 169   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 121

Box 169   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 122

Box 169   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 123

Box 169   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 124

Box 169   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 125

Box 169   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 127

Box 169   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 128

Box 169   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 129

Box 169   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 130

Box 169   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 131

Box 169   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 132

Box 169   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 133

Box 170   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 134

Box 170   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 135

Box 170   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 136

Box 170   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 137

Box 170   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 138

Box 170   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 139

Box 170   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 140

Box 170   Folder 8

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 141

Box 170   Folder 9

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 142

Box 170   Folder 10

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 143

Box 170   Folder 11

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 144

Box 170   Folder 12

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 145

Box 171   Folder 1

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 146

Box 171   Folder 2

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 147

Box 171   Folder 3

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 148

Box 171   Folder 4

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 149

Box 171   Folder 5

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, sample questionnaire

Box 171   Folder 6

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, questionnaire no. 4

Box 171   Folder 7

Reaction to an Unscheduled Air-Raid Siren, 1959, coding instructions

Series III: Committee On Communication

This series contains organizational materials, administrative records, course materials, correspondence, and publications relating to the work of the University of Chicago's Committee on Communication. The Committee was disbanded in 1959 and its faculty and students merged with those of the Sociology department. This series contains a large amount of correspondence with other Communications programs at major universities.

Box 172   Folder 1

Studies in Public Communication, correspondence, 1956-1966

Box 172   Folder 2

University of California, correspondence, 1948-1955

Box 172   Folder 3

Communication centers and programs, correspondence, clippings, 1951-1956

Box 172   Folder 4

Communication centers and programs, Boston University, bulletins, program, 1956-1960

Box 172   Folder 5

Communication centers and programs, Columbia University, correspondence, notes, 1952

Box 172   Folder 6

Communication centers and programs, Harvard University, correspondence, 1951-1953

Box 172   Folder 7

Communication centers and programs, University of Illinois, correspondence, 1953-1955

Box 172   Folder 8

Communication centers and programs, Iowa State College, correspondence, 1951-1955

Box 172   Folder 9

Communication centers and programs, University College, London, correspondence, 1955

Box 172   Folder 10

Communication centers and programs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, correspondence, bulletins, 1956

Box 172   Folder 11

Communication centers and programs, University of Michigan, notes, 1952

Box 172   Folder 12

Communication centers and programs, Michigan State, manuscript, 1956

Box 172   Folder 13

Communication centers and programs, University of Minnesota, notes, 1952

Box 172   Folder 14

Communication centers and programs, New York University, correspondence, notes, 1951-1955

Box 172   Folder 15

Communication centers and programs, University of North Carolina, course announcements, catalogue, 1951

Box 172   Folder 16

Communication centers and programs, University of Pennsylvania, curriculum, 1959-1960

Box 172   Folder 17

Communication centers and programs, Stanford University, annual report, 1957-1958

Box 172   Folder 18

Communication centers and programs, Syracuse University, bulletin, 1955-1957

Box 172   Folder 19

Communication centers and programs, University of Toronto, correspondence, 1952-1954

Box 172   Folder 20

Communication centers and programs, University of Washington, correspondence, 1953-1955

Box 172   Folder 21

Communication centers and programs, University of Wisconsin, correspondence, 1952-1955

Box 172   Folder 22

University of Chicago, Communication Club, correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, 1953-1959

Box 172   Folder 23

Publicity Club of Chicago, correspondence, memoranda, 1958-1959

Box 173   Folder 1

Committee on Communication organization and business, correspondence, research appropriations, 1946-1957

Box 173   Folder 2

Committee on Communication organization and business, supplies and equipment, memoranda, 1954-1958

Box 173   Folder 3

General committee correspondence, faculty activities, annual reports, memoranda, 1957-1959

Box 173   Folder 4

Communication dinner, correspondence, memoranda, 1958, 1959

Box 173   Folder 5

"Civil Liberties and the Press of the United States: A Special Reference Bibliography Arranged and Annotated for Mass Communication Reference," n.d.

Box 173   Folder 6

AEJ, correspondence, Carter-Jones, 1956-1959

Box 173   Folder 7

AEJ, correspondence, not Carter-Jones, 1956-1959

Box 173   Folder 8

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, American Civil Liberties in the Foreign Press, front papers, 1957

Box 173   Folder 9

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, overview, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 10

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 2, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 11

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 3, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 12

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 4, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 13

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 5, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 14

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 6, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 15

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 7, manuscript, 1957

Box 173   Folder 16

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, chapter 8, manuscript, 1957

Box 174   Folder 1

Waples, Yondorf, and Harms, Annex A, Code for AEJ Foreign-Press Study, 1957

Box 174   Folder 2

Correspondence, 1958-1959

Box 174   Folder 3

Correspondence, 1958-1959

Box 174   Folder 4

Correspondence, 1958-1959

Box 174   Folder 5

Personnel, secretarial, memoranda, 1952-1956

Box 174   Folder 6

University of Chicago, Committee on Communication, Sessions of 1956-1957

Box 174   Folder 7

"Kessin, McCoy, Pirto 425, occup. recode," code sheets, n.d.

Box 174   Folder 8

Committee on Communications, degree, requirements, reading lists, theses abstracts, bulletins, 1954-1959

Box 174   Folder 9

Committee on Communications, exam questions, M.A. and Ph.D., 1949-1959

Box 175   Folder 1

Communication 311, Communication of Ideas by Television, course outline, 1954

Box 175   Folder 2

Communication 382, Functions and Effects of Mass Communication, reading list, n.d.

Box 175   Folder 3

Communication 390, Language in Thought and Action, course material, 1954

Box 175   Folder 4

Communication 391, Mass Media and Society, course lists, bibliographies, 1948-1959

Box 175   Folder 5

Communication 392, The Communication Process, bibliography, 1958

Box 175   Folder 6

Communication 393, Methods and Techniques in Communication Research 1951-1956

Box 175   Folder 7

Communication 396, International Communication, course material, 1949-1951

Box 175   Folder 8

Communication 430, Learning Theory in Communication Research, seminar bibliography, 1957

Box 175   Folder 9

Communication 435, Mass Communication and Political Behavior, seminar material, 1952-1957

Box 175   Folder 10

Communication 490, Problems in Communication Research, seminar material

Box 175   Folder 11

Communication 492, Standards of Performance for Com Media, seminar material

Box 175   Folder 12

Communication 493, Communication on Public Affairs, seminar materials

Box 175   Folder 13

Communication 494A,B, Psychological Warfare and Strategic Intelligence, seminar material

Box 175   Folder 14

Communication 495, Communication Aspects of the Cold War, 1958

Box 175   Folder 15

Communication 496, 1958, 1959

Box 175   Folder 16

Communication seminar 499

Box 175   Folder 17

Course examinations, 1952-1959

Box 175   Folder 18

Thesis proposals, 1959

Box 176   Folder 1

Prospective students, manuscripts, 1960-1961

Box 176   Folder 2

University of Chicago, Family Study Center, memoranda, 1956-1958

Box 176   Folder 3

de Grazia, Alfred, "Target Analysis and Media in Propaganda to Audiences Abroad," n.d.

Box 176   Folder 4

de Grazia, Alfred, "Target Analysis and Media in Propaganda to Audiences Abroad," n.d.

Box 176   Folder 5

Masters final examination, students' papers, correspondence, February 27, 1959

Box 176   Folder 6

Masters final examination, students' papers, correspondence, May 22, 1959

Box 176   Folder 7

Masters final examination, students' papers, correspondence, May 22, 1959

Series IV: Audiovisual

This series contains a variety of microfilm, reel-to-reel tape, and 78 records. The provenance and subject of the audio material is unclear. The microfilm relates, in part to the Engagement study undertaken by Burgess and Wallin and so supplements the material found in Series I. Another microfilm reel contains letters relating to the charges against Burgess of disloyalty to the United States in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The letters of support were written to the Seditious Activities Investigating Committee in Springfield, Illinois and dated 1949.

Subseries 1: Microfilm

Reel 1

Correspondence, in re: Burgess not being a communist, 1951

Reel 2

Engagement study, interests and activities in the Burgess-Wallin sample of 1000 engaged and 666 married couples, 1949

Reel 3

Engagement study, tabulation tables, n.d.

Subseries 2: Audio

Tape 4

Reel tape, one side only, Malone, Waples, enterprise, n.d.

Tape 5

Reel tape, 235

Tape 6

Reel tape, reel 1, Clyde Hait lecture, McQuown, Tyler, Adler, 1952-1955

Tape 7

Reel tape, reel 2, Sam's, Morin's, 1952

Tape 1

Reel tape, no 2 MR. 1762-872, blank

Tape 2

Reel tape, use one track play back, hush 2117-55-ID

Tape 3

Reel tape, no. 1, MRS 1763-872, blank

Tape 4

Reel tape, last session, R and S com ed, 1955

Tape 5

Reel tape, wife, 2117-55-ID

Box 179   Folder 1

78 record, #1, #2

Box 179   Folder 2

78 record, #3, #4

Box 179   Folder 3

78 record, #5, #6

Box 179   Folder 4

78 record, #7, #8

Subseries 3: Burgess Reprints

Box 180   Folder 1

1923-1955

Series V: Magazine Advertising Bureau Study

Material in this series pertains to a telephone survey research project undertaken in 1960 by Peter H. Rossi and Elihu Katz on behalf of the Magazine Advertising Bureau. The series contains a manuscript copy of the final report, process notes, correspondence, as well as a large number of telephone questionnaires. These latter are entitled "What Do You Think?" and were conducted under the aegis of the "National Consumer Panel". The overall project was designed to correlate the attitudes of husbands and wives to magazine advertisements as well as to gauge the influence of each upon the other in making purchasing decisions based on advertisement.

Box 180   Folder 2

Dittoed tables, 1960

Box 180   Folder 3

Dittoed tables, 1960

Box 180   Folder 4

Elihu Katz and Peter H Rossi, "The M.A.B. Pilot Study: Report on the Results of a Pilot Study on Media Evaluation and Usage by Households," manuscript, 1959

Box 180   Folder 5

Elihu Katz and Peter H Rossi, "The M.A.B. Pilot Study: Report on the Results of a Pilot Study on Media Evaluation and Usage by Households," manuscript, 1959

Box 180   Folder 6

Pretest data sheets, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 1

Pretest data sheets, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 2

Tables, notes, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 3

Tables to be run, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 4

Indexes, 1960

Box 181   Folder 5

Tables not reproduced, notes, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 6

Work sheets, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 7

Meeting, December 1, 1960

Box 181   Folder 8

Questionnaires, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 9

Arrays, n.d.

Box 181   Folder 10

Elihu Katz, "Proposed Outline for M.A.B. Report," manuscript, 1960

Box 181   Folder 11

Correspondence, 1960-1961

Box 181   Folder 12

Technical appendix, manuscripts, 1960-1961

Box 181   Folder 13

Tables received, 1959-1961

Box 181   Folder 14

Tables received, 1959-1961

Box 182   Folder 1

Draft of technical appendix, manuscripts, 1961

Box 182   Folder 2

Statistical tests, n.d.

Box 182   Folder 3

Daytime television, manuscripts, n.d.

Box 182   Folder 4

Mimeographed tables, n.d.

Box 182   Folder 5

Market Research Corporation of America, manuscripts, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 182   Folder 6

Market Research Corporation of America, manuscripts, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 182   Folder 7

Market Research Corporation of America, manuscripts, correspondence, 1959-1960

Box 182   Folder 8

Market Research Corporation of America, "The Useful Difference (Or the Active Difference?): A Psychological Study of the Environment of Magazines, and How They Are Used," manuscript, n.d.

Box 182   Folder 9

Market Research Corporation of America, technical appendix, 1961

Box 182   Folder 10

Market Research Corporation of America, tabs ordered, 1960

Box 183   Folder 1

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 003, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 2

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 009-113, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 3

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 015, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 4

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 018, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 5

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 022-023, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 6

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 025, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 7

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 031-032, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 8

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 034, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 9

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 036, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 10

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 090, forms A1, A-A1

Box 183   Folder 11

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 091-099, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 12

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 101-106, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 183   Folder 13

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 108-116, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 1

"What Do You Think?", 1960 questionnaire nos. 119-129, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 2

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 131, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 3

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 134-135, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 4

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 136, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 5

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 137, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 6

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 139, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 7

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 148, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 8

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 179-185, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 9

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 186, form B

Box 184   Folder 10

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 187-195, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 11

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 196, form B

Box 184   Folder 12

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 197-201, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 184   Folder 13

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 204-206, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 1

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 207, form B

Box 185   Folder 2

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 208-213, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 3

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 216-218, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 4

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 220-228, form B, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 5

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 255-257, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 6

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 260-265, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 7

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 268-272, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 8

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 274, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 9

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 276-279, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 10

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 281-282, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 11

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 286-293, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 185   Folder 12

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 296-297, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 1

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 300-302, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 2

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 317, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 3

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 351, forms A, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 4

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 356, forms A1, A-A1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 5

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no 365, form B1, and Husband Telephone Interview

Box 186   Folder 6

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 388-389, form B

Box 186   Folder 7

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire no. 390, forms A1, A-A1

Box 186   Folder 8

"What Do You Think?", 1960, questionnaire nos. 391-392, forms A, A-A1

Box 186   Folder 9

Journal reprints, notes

Series VI: General Studies and Surveys

The material in this series is organized topically and covers most of Burgess's major research interests. In cases where a reasonable amount of administrative or institutional records was extant in the collection, topical material with a clear connection to that institution was removed from the present series and put in Series VIII: Institutions. Likewise, in some instances where raw data grouped with the material in this series could be linked clearly with a substantial amount of raw data elsewhere in the collection, the material originally here was relocated to Series VII: Field Notes. In general, then, the present series contains more polished work such as manuscripts, lectures, offprints and the like. Those researching a specific topic are encouraged to consult the administrative records of related institutions and organizations contained in this collection, as well as relevant series of raw data. Cross-referential notes to this effect will be provided wherever possible. General Studies and Surveys is divided topically into five subseries.

Subseries 1: Aging and Retirement Projects

Toward the end of his career, Burgess became more interested in the subject of the sociology of aging and retirement age populations. In conjunction with the Industrial Relations Center, Burgess engaged in research relating to the social lives and adjustment of retirees. As such, his research contributed to the developing, cross-disciplinary study of Gerontology. The records of the Industrial Relations Center (Series VIII.1) contain interesting correspondence of this sort with the nascent Gerontology program at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. This collaboration culminated in a series of retirement planning seminars and in a conference on retirement villages held in 1960. This conference was sponsored in conjunction with Moosehaven, a retirement community founded in 1922 for members of that fraternal organization. Burgess participated as well in a White House conference on Aging in 1961.

In line with Burgess's general research orientation, his study of retirement populations focused on social welfare and the demographic shifts evident in an American population whose family structures were breaking down under the impact of urbanization and industrialization. His work with the IRC as well as with the Federal Government and the Fraternal Order of the Moose can be understood, as an attempt to construct alternative social structures to meet the social welfare needs of this population.

The material in the present collection supplements that found in Burgess I, Series III.9. The data there pertain to the Social Science Research Council and the Subcommittee on Social Adjustment in Later Maturity. Given that the majority of the data in the present collection postdates that found in Burgess I, it is reasonable to assume that the work here represents a development from that earlier work and thus supplements it temporally rather than in a directly topical fashion.

This subseries should be consulted in conjunction with Series VIII.1. The latter contains much of the practical, administrative material was produced in conjunction with the research to which this subseries was connected.

Subseries 2: Marriage and Family Studies

This subseries is topically continuous with Series I: Marriage Studies Data. In general, the earlier series contained the process data and notes pertaining to specific research projects in which Burgess collaborated as well as the administrative records of the Community Family Study Center. The present subseries contains notes, data and information relating to Burgess's broader interest in the family unit, courtship, marriage, children and delinquency as loci of sociological interest. Some of the information contained in this subseries is directly contiguous with Burgess's abiding interest in deriving accurate prediction criteria by which marital success may be anticipated. It supplements the data found in Burgess I, Series III.4, Marriage, and Series III.5, Child and Family.

Attested in the present subseries are data pertaining to Burgess's affiliation with the Mooseheart Laboratory for Child Research in the early 1930s. Additionally, there are several items reflecting Burgess's involvement in the planning and execution of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection in 1930. Material relating to Burgess's ongoing interest in Juvenile Delinquency can be found in the present subseries as well as in Series VI.4, Urban Studies.

Subseries 3: Personality Studies

Burgess's interest in personality as an entity worthy of sociological research can be dated from early in his career, when he edited Personality and the Social Group (1929). The material in the present collection, however, suggests that his interest in personality developed over time as a subset of his other research interests. Personality evaluations constituted an essential part of his research process, as the variety of personality inventories and diagnostic tools evident in Burgess II can readily attest. It is likely that the derivation of quantifiable, standardized data from the analysis of the human personality should be seen as a component element of Burgess's abiding concern for predictability in sociological research, a research interest developing out of his work on parole prediction and the prediction of marital success.

This subseries contains primarily articles and essays on the subject of personality analysis, as well as examples of diagnostic tools. Additionally, there is an extended series of personality schedules employing the Humm-Wadsworth temperament scale and dated between 1940-1945. The actual subject of this research interest is unknown. Also extant in this subseries is an extended report to the Social Science Research Council advocating the organization of an academic program on Personality and Culture. No date is given for this information. Awareness, however, that Burgess's colleague Robert J. Havighurst was involved in the development of the Committee on Human Development out of the Committee on Child Development in the late 1930s and early 1940s seems worthy of note in this regard. Burgess's own research into various methodological approaches to human personality culminated in a symposium on the Methods of Personality Study in 1946.

Given the pervasive influence of personality study on Burgess's research, it is difficult to isolate specific areas of cross-referential interest. There exists in Burgess I, no corresponding subject heading. Some information may be gleaned, however, from Series V.8. General Sociology and Miscellaneous Topics.

Subseries 4: Urban Studies

This subseries is a close complement to Series VII, Field Notes. The latter comprises raw data, mostly in manuscript form, pertaining to sociological studies of urban life in Chicago. The present subseries is reserved, then, for more polished, analytical and research work on Urban Studies: essays, memoirs, correspondence and the like. Maps, tables and information relating to the study of the urban environment may also be found in Series XI, Oversize Maps and Data. There are some institutional records located in the present subseries, including, for example, some records of the Chicago Recreation Commission, of the Citizens' Association of Chicago, the Illinois Sex Offender Commission, etc. Records for the Chicago Area Project and the Chicago Crime Commission were so extensive as to demand their segregation and inclusion in Series VIII, Institutions (subseries 2 and 5, respectively). Corresponding information in Burgess I may be found in Series III.1, Parole Research; Series III.2, Crime in Chicago: Recreation and Delinquency; Series III.3, Chicago Census and Community Data; Series V.1, Parole and Crime; Series V.2, Crime and Delinquency; and Series V.5, Urban Sociology.

An excellent background to the study of the city at the University of Chicago and in the department of Sociology may be found at: http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/spcl/excat/cityint.html. Burgess's own research interest in the city dates from his collaboration with Robert Park on The City (1925). Much of the work that he assigned his students involved exploration of the urban social environment and reportage of its phenomena and practices. Evident in the present subseries is an ongoing concern to integrate the analytical work of the sociologist of the city with the social reformer's concern to address the problems of crime, vice and poverty. Burgess maintained an active interest in a variety of social welfare and advocacy organizations, continued to research and write on Urban Sociology, and trained many students in the analytical study of the urban environment.

Subseries 5: General Sociological Studies

This subseries functions as a catch-all in which to group the large amount of material without clear provenance found in Burgess II. Also collected here is some research work on ministers and theological education that was deemed too scarce to justify a separate collection. The same applies for the isolated institutional records and information that found no corresponding files extant in the present collection. The bulk of this subseries, however, is made up of loose newspaper clippings, advertisements, and notes.

Subseries 1: Aging and Retirement Projects

Box 186   Folder 10

Aging, lecture, nd.

Box 186   Folder 11

"Aging in Western Cultures", manuscripts, nd.

Box 186   Folder 12

"Attitudes and Reactions of Employees to Retirement", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 13

"Longitudinal Study of Adjustment in Old Age", manuscripts, notes, 1948

Box 186   Folder 14

"Looking Forward to Maturity", notes, nd.

Box 186   Folder 15

"New Family Relationships", Fourth International Gerontological Congress, 1957

Box 186   Folder 16

"Part One", manuscripts, notes, nd.

Box 186   Folder 17

"Research on Aging and Retirement", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 18

"Today's Leisure Class: Our Modern Fortunates", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 19

"Work and Personal Adjustment of the Aged", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 20

Burgess, Ernest W., Lawrence G. Gorey, Peter C. Pineo, and Richard Thornbury, "Occupational Differences in Adjustment to Aging and Retirement", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 21

Educ 312C, Soc. 312C, HoEc 331C, Psych 331C, "Human Development in Adulthood and Old Age", course outline, bibliography, manuscripts, memorandums, 1948-1950

Box 186   Folder 22

Aging and retirement, bibliographies, 1953-1955

Box 186   Folder 23

Citizens Committee of Jefferson County, "Problems of Aging in Jefferson County", manuscript, nd.

Box 186   Folder 24

Community Project for the Aged, Chicago, manuscripts, 1948

Box 186   Folder 25

Council of State Governments, "Summary of Recommendations on Problems of Aging and Chronic Illness", manuscript, notes, 1954

Box 186   Folder 26

Gerontological Society, Inc., by-laws, 1952

Box 187   Folder 1

Inter-University Institute for Social Gerontology, manuscripts, correspondence, 1955-1958

Box 187   Folder 2

Inter-University Institute for Social Gerontology, manuscripts, correspondence, 1955-1958

Box 187   Folder 3

Journal of Gerontology, notes, 1954

Box 187   Folder 4

Maturity Quarterly, newsletter, June, 1955

Box 187   Folder 5

Multi-University Sponsored Training Project in Social Gerontology, University of Michigan, report, 1957-1958

Box 187   Folder 6

Older women in the labor force, statistics, 1951

Box 187   Folder 7

Senior citizens' creed, manuscript, 1954

Box 187   Folder 8

Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago, Day Center for Older People, correspondence, minutes, 1955

Box 187   Folder 9

Work Conference, Kansas City Study of Adult Life, manuscript, October 15, 1954

Box 187   Folder 10

Burgess, Social Relations, Activities and Personal Adjustment", nd.

Box 187   Folder 11

"Second Annual Report of the Director of the Moosehaven Research Laboratory...", 1951

Box 187   Folder 12

Florida Acres, Inc. advertisement, correspondence, 1953

Box 187   Folder 13

Galpern, Marie, Helen Turner, Alvin Goldfarb, "The Psychiatric Evaluation of Applicants for a Home for the Aged", Margaret W. Wagner, correspondence, reprint "Meet Yourself at Sixty-Five", 1952

Box 187   Folder 14

Study of Later Maturity, "Schedule to be Used in the Study of the Rural Dependent and non-Dependent Age Population of Iowa", nd.

Box 187   Folder 15

Conference on Aging, program, 1950

Box 187   Folder 16

Crampton, C. Ward, "Whole Life Records for Whole Life Service", "Housing Survey", "Old Age: Longevity or Creative Maturity?", advertisement, Joseph McGee, correspondence, 1951-52

Box 187   Folder 17

Report of Meeting to Members of the National Committee on the Aging of the National Social Welfare Assembly, correspondence, program, 1952

Box 187   Folder 18

Burgess, E.W., "Personal and Social Adjustment in Old Age", Study of Later Maturity, Work and Retirement, survey schedules, Examiner Manual for Your Activities and Attitudes, Reading List, Institute on Problems of Old Age, News Bulletin of the Retired Teachers' Association

Box 188   Folder 1

Hall, A. Stuart, "Pensions and Profits", 1953

Box 188   Folder 2

Havighurst, Robert J., "Old Age-An American Problem", Julius Hochman, "The Retirement Myth", Eugene A. Friedman, "Voluntary Retirement and the Meaning of Work", Ethel Shanas, "Retirement Plans and Preferences of School Teachers", newspaper clippings, 1949-54

Box 188   Folder 3

"Third Annual Report of the Director of the Moosehaven Research Laboratory...", 1952

Box 188   Folder 4

Social Science Research Council, Robert J. Havighurst, Ernest W. Burgess, Clark Tibbitts, "A Study of Later Maturity," questionnaire, nd.

Box 188   Folder 5

Burgess, Ernest W., "Personal and Social Adjustment in Old Age", manuscript, nd.

Box 188   Folder 6

Committee on Later Maturity, "Reports on Research", 1951

Box 188   Folder 7

Peterson, Warren A., "Some Research Suggestions: Study of Aging and Later Maturity in Kansas City", Community Studies, Inc., correspondence, 1952

Box 188   Folder 8

National Conference on Aging, planning committee materials, 1950

Box 188   Folder 9

"Facts for Housing the Aging", Fifth Annual Conference on Aging, University of Michigan, 1952

Box 188   Folder 10

Gerontological Society, certificate of appreciation, membership form, list of officers, 1951

Box 188   Folder 11

old age, adjustment, notes, correspondence, 1929

Box 188   Folder 12

advertisements, nd.

Box 188   Folder 13

Fourth International Conference of Gerontology, Program, 1957

Subseries 2: Marriage and Family Studies

Box 188   Folder 14

newspaper clippings, press releases, advertisements, 1950-59

Box 188   Folder 15

"The Romantic Impulse and Family Disorganization", manuscript, nd.

Box 188   Folder 16

U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, information on divorce and annulment, press releases, maps, questionnaire, 1957

Box 188   Folder 17

Marriage Study, questionnaires, notes, 1957

Box 188   Folder 18

papers, questionnaire, reports, bibliography, map, 1948-59

Box 188   Folder 19

"Personality Goals and Roles of Family Members," manuscript, n.d.

Box 188   Folder 20

"Prediction of Success in Marriage," lecture, 1947

Box 188   Folder 21

American Dietetic Association, pamphlets, 1956

Box 188   Folder 22

Chicago Park District, Youth Bureau, manuscript, report, 1955

Box 189   Folder 1

Hyde Park YMCA, Chicago, correspondence, 1957

Box 189   Folder 2

National Institutes of Health Society for Research in Child Development, meeting program, Bethesda, Maryland, 1959

Box 189   Folder 3

New York City Youth Board, Delinquency Prediction: A Progress Report, 1952-1956

Box 189   Folder 4

"Tentative Outline for the Autobiographical Study of the Family", notes, bibliographies, correspondence, 1928

Box 189   Folder 5

Dunham, H. Warren, family, book reviews, n.d.

Box 189   Folder 6

Reefs, correspondence, 1941-1942

Box 189   Folder 7

manuscript, n.d.

Box 189   Folder 8

Burgess, Ernest W., Robert K. Merton, Frieda Brim Wallin, and Josephine J. Williams, "The Restudy of the Documents Analyzed by Angell in The Family Encounters the Depression," manuscripts, notes, n.d.

Box 189   Folder 9

Burgess, Ernest W., Robert K. Merton, Frieda Brim Wallin, and Josephine J. Williams, "The Restudy of the Documents Analyzed by Angell in The Family Encounters the Depression," manuscripts, notes, n.d., II

Box 189   Folder 10

Burgess, Ernest W., Robert K. Merton, Frieda Brim Wallin, and Josephine J. Williams, "The Restudy of the Documents Analyzed by Angell in The Family Encounters the Depression," manuscripts, notes, n.d., III

Box 189   Folder 11

Marriage Study, H. Warren Dunham's case studies, questionnaires, interviews, 1931

Box 189   Folder 12

Family, romance, manuscripts, bibliography, clippings, 1939

Box 189   Folder 13

"The Family in the City," manuscript, n.d.

Box 189   Folder 14

Marriage consultation, reprints, clippings, 1939-1940

Box 189   Folder 15

Family in the modern world, manuscripts, correspondence, 1925-1932

Box 189   Folder 16

Economics, marriage, income and work, notes, reprints, 1929-1939

Box 189   Folder 17

Burgess, E.W., "What Are the Criteria of Success in Marriage" n.d.

Box 189   Folder 18

"Family Tradition and Personality Development," manuscripts, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 1

Gardner, M. L., "A Marriage Study," manuscript, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 2

"Happy Marriage," correspondence, 1938

Box 190   Folder 3

Burgess, E.W., "Contribution of Research to an Understanding of Marriage and the Family," manuscript, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 4

Family, marriage, lectures, book notes, 1936

Box 190   Folder 5

Burgess, E.W., "The Family and the Person", manuscript, reprint, 1928

Box 190   Folder 6

Burgess, E.W., "Predicting Marriage Adjustment," lecture, reprint, 1938

Box 190   Folder 7

Burgess, E.W., "Longitudinal Studies: From Engagement to Marriage," manuscript, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 8

"Chapter IV Companionship," manuscript, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 9

Family, bibliography, n.d.

Box 190   Folder 10

Burgess, E.W., "The Data and Techniques of Family Research", Social Science and Family Life," "Social Science Research in the Problems of the Family," research study of the Family Institute, manuscripts, notes, clippings, 1927

Box 190   Folder 11

Burgess, Ernest W., Paul Wallin, "Predicting Adjustment in Marriage from Adjustment in Engagement", correspondence, nd.

Box 190   Folder 12

"Preliminary Plan for a Research Study of Education for Marriage and Family Life", "A Provisional Statement of the Structural Components in Intermarriage, and its Consequences for the Theory of Assimilation", Norman S. Hayner, "The Western Family", nd.

Box 190   Folder 13

Burgess, Ernest W., Paul Wallin, "Freedom of Mate Selection and Marital Happiness", other marriage study research notes, nd.

Box 190   Folder 14

Marriage Study (Wife), questionnaire, nd.

Box 190   Folder 15

Social Security Administration, Clearinghouse for Research in Child

  • Life, advisory committee meeting agendas, correspondence, 1948-50
Box 190   Folder 16

Goldberg, Jacob A., "Education for Personal and Family Living as

  • Applied to the Social Hygiene Field: A Preliminary Report...", marriage counseling notes and reprints, 1947-48
Box 190   Folder 17

White house conference on Child Health and Protection, correspondence, questionnaire, 1930

Box 190   Folder 18

White House conference on Child Health and Protection, notes, correspondence, 1927-29

Box 191   Folder 1

Burgess, E.W., "The Data and Techniques of Family Research", research materials and correspondence, 1932

Box 191   Folder 2

Groves, Ernest R., Marriage Survey, correspondence, 1928

Box 191   Folder 3

Research Conference Agenda, "The Behavior of the Pre-school Child", notes, nd.

Box 191   Folder 4

Family Case Studies, notes, 1931

Box 191   Folder 5

Marriage study #6023, Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale, interview transcripts, 1940

Box 191   Folder 6

notes and correspondence, 1948

Box 191   Folder 7

Marriage Study Committee, counseling survey, correspondence, questionnaire, results, nd.

Box 191   Folder 8

Workshop on Marriage and Family Research, course materials and synopses, 1950

Box 191   Folder 9

Marriage Council of Philadelphia, schedules, memorandum, 1950

Box 191   Folder 10

"Books on Display at the Conference, November 1948"

Box 191   Folder 11

Burgess, Ernest W. and A.J. Reiss, "A Selected Bibliography of Sociological Family Research", 1949

Box 191   Folder 12

"Your Activities and Attitudes", notes, manuscripts, nd.

Box 191   Folder 13

Lee, Rose Hum, "The Familial Organization of Butte, Montana's Chinatown", manuscript, correspondence, 1948

Box 191   Folder 14

"The Couplet", Cana Conference of Chicago newsletter, 1953

Box 191   Folder 15

Stoddard, George D., "The Family's Part in Social Change", 1939

Box 191   Folder 16

Foster, Robert G., "New Strengths for the Family Today", "The Menninger-Grant Foundation Marriage Counseling Service and Training Program", 1953

Box 191   Folder 17

Marriage Study survey #4711-6, notes, 1947

Box 191   Folder 18

Marriage survey, "P.X. 1, Cooper", correspondence, manuscript, 1941

Box 191   Folder 19

Marriage Study #2330, notes, nd.

Box 191   Folder 20

Revision and reviews of Burgess & Locke "The Family", 1951

Box 191   Folder 21

American Association of Marriage Counselors, membership list, 1952

Box 191   Folder 22

"The Narrative Technique and the Thematic Appreciative Study of the Family", nd.

Box 191   Folder 23

"List of Contributors: Readings in Marriage and the Family," bibliography, nd.

Box 192   Folder 1

Hughes, Edward J., "Laws Relating to Marriages", Stanley H. Osborn, "Marriage License Law of Connecticut", 1935

Box 192   Folder 2

"Part III. Problems for Further Research", nd.

Box 192   Folder 3

Mooseheart Laboratory for Child Research, "Enuresis", correspondence, 1933

Box 192   Folder 4

Mooseheart Laboratory for Child Research, "Director's Report, October, 1932", correspondence

Box 192   Folder 5

Motion Picture Research Council, "National Policies in Motion Pictures: A Scientific Solution of Movie Problems", "Recommendation for Membership in Special Committees of the Council", nd.

Box 192   Folder 6

Burgess notes on marriage and family, 1936

Box 192   Folder 7

Institute of Family Relations, Paul Popenoe, correspondence, advertisements, 1938

Box 192   Folder 8

table, "Family Disorganization Cases per 10,000 Married Persons", invoice, 1938

Box 192   Folder 9

table, "Classification of Families according to Presence of Husband, Wife, Children and Others in Rural and Urban China, in New Haven and in Chicago", nd.

Box 192   Folder 10

Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, National Office of Vital Statistics, Monthly Marriage Report, 1951

Box 192   Folder 11

Marriage study notes, newspaper clippings, nd.

Box 192   Folder 12

"Criteria of Marital Success", "Reports of Research", manuscripts, Marriage Study questionnaire, notes, correspondence, 1941-48

Box 192   Folder 13

"Present Crisis in Marriage and Family: Culture and the Family" quotation, nd.

Box 192   Folder 14

Federal Security Agency, Public Health Service, "Statistics on Marriages: Specified States, 1949", 1951

Box 192   Folder 15

Burgess, Ernest W., Leonard S. Cottrell, Jr., "The Prediction of Adjustment in Marriage", nd.

Box 192   Folder 16

"Predictive Methods and Family Stability", manuscript, nd.

Box 192   Folder 17

"Prediction of Success in Marriage", lectures, 1947

Box 192   Folder 18

marriage study questionnaires, "Schedule of Questions", notes, nd.

Box 192   Folder 19

Family in depression, notes, forms, nd.

Box 192   Folder 20

newspaper clippings, dating, love and marriage, 1934-39

Box 192   Folder 21

children's questionnaire, nd.

Box 192   Folder 22

Family composition study, work record, 1934

Box 192   Folder 23

advertisements, notes, correspondence, nd.

Box 192   Folder 24

Soc 351, The Family, course outline, readings, 1931

Box 192   Folder 25

Englewood survey, old age study, chapter 2 in the literature, nd.

Box 192   Folder 26

National Conference on Family Relations, nd.

Box 192   Folder 27

"The Changing American Family," paper, n.d.

Box 192   Folder 28

Family and citizenship, manuscripts, notes, clippings, 1939

Subseries 3: Personality Studies

Box 193   Folder 1

Western Educational Service, "Personality Rating Card for Social Case Workers," 1926

Box 193   Folder 2

University of Chicago, Department of Sociology, "Methods of Personality Study a Symposium," 1946 , I

Box 193   Folder 3

University of Chicago, Department of Sociology, "Methods of Personality Study a Symposium," 1946, II

Box 193   Folder 4

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality , Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale, scoring keys, recording sheets, invoice, nd.

Box 193   Folder 5

Bartzon, personality inventory, notes, 1940

Box 193   Folder 6

Hathaway, Starke R., and J. Charnley McKinley, "Manual for the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality ", booklet, schedules, scoring keys, 1943

Box 193   Folder 7

Personality traits, notes, 1940

Box 193   Folder 8

Work sheets, compensating invalid Humm-Wadsworth for no-count list of "225" study, n.d.

Box 193   Folder 9

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 144-275

Box 193   Folder 10

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 278-499

Box 193   Folder 11

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 530-860

Box 194   Folder 1

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 763-998

Box 194   Folder 2

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 1001-1189

Box 194   Folder 3

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 1194-1396

Box 194   Folder 4

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 1420-1595

Box 194   Folder 5

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 1595-1792

Box 194   Folder 6

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 1851-1990

Box 195   Folder 1

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 2006-2272

Box 195   Folder 2

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 2309-2498

Box 195   Folder 3

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 2531-2945

Box 195   Folder 4

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3044-3262

Box 195   Folder 5

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3289-3489

Box 195   Folder 6

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3507-3683

Box 196   Folder 1

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3686-3795

Box 196   Folder 2

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3796-3962

Box 196   Folder 3

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 3974-4088

Box 196   Folder 4

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4091-4202

Box 196   Folder 5

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4214-4387

Box 196   Folder 6

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4388-4486

Box 197   Folder 1

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4535-4592

Box 197   Folder 2

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4607-4734

Box 197   Folder 3

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 4741-5106

Box 197   Folder 4

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 5114-5248

Box 197   Folder 5

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 5251-5333

Box 197   Folder 6

"The Humm-Wadsworth Temperament Scale," 1940-1945, schedule nos. 5337-5476

Box 198   Folder 1

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 2

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 3

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 4

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 5

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 6

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 198   Folder 7

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 199   Folder 1

Rating of group members, schedules, n.d.

Box 199   Folder 2

"The Cultural Approach to the Study of Personality Problems," manuscript, notes, n.d.

Box 199   Folder 3

American Sociological Society, "Some Organizations and Recent Psychiatric Literature", 1946, Hallowell, A. Irving, "The Rorschach Technique in the Study of Personality and Culture", 1945

Box 199   Folder 4

University of Chicago Department of Sociology, Mental hygiene programs, nd.

Box 199   Folder 5

Tentative Outline of Personality Traits, nd.

Box 199   Folder 6

"Report to the Committee on Personality and Culture", nd.

Box 199   Folder 7

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", nd.

Box 199   Folder 8

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", Appendix, nd.

Box 199   Folder 9

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", appendix I, nd.

Box 199   Folder 10

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", appendix II, nd.

Box 199   Folder 11

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", appendix IV, nd.

Box 200   Folder 1

"Report to the Social Science Research Council on the Organization of a Program in the Field of Personality and Culture", appendix V, nd.

Box 200   Folder 2

Woodworth, R.S. "Adjustment and Mastery", quotes, nd.

Box 200   Folder 3

Burgess, Ernest, W., "Sociological Aspects of a Mental Health Program", nd.

Box 200   Folder 4

Belknap, Ivan, "Age and Sex Categories as Sociological Variables in Mental Disorders: Later Maturity"

Box 200   Folder 5

Hawke, C.C., "Castration and Sex Crimes", correspondence, 1950

Box 200   Folder 6

Social Relationships -Man

Box 200   Folder 7

criminal case study #13212o

Box 200   Folder 8

Burgess, Ernest W., "Social Factors in the Etiology and Prevention of Mental Disorders," reprint, 1953

Box 200   Folder 9

Lists of personality attributes correlated to occupation

Box 200   Folder 10

Thematic Apperception Test, manual, cardstock images, 1943

Subseries 4: Urban Studies

Box 200   Folder 11

Burgess, Ernest W., "Predicting Human Behavior in the Urban Environment," manuscript, n.d.

Box 200   Folder 12

Recreation in Chicago, manuscript, n.d.

Box 200   Folder 13

Reckless, Walter C., "Preliminary Statement of a Planning Report in Criminology," n.d.

Box 200   Folder 14

Manat, Cirilo, Filipinos in Chicago, "The Kalipunan Party," correspondence, n.d.

Box 200   Folder 15

"A City of Cities," notes, n.d.

Box 200   Folder 16

Chicago Board of Pardons and Parole, Landesco reappointment, n.d.

Box 200   Folder 17

Slesinger, Donald, correspondence, memorandum, 1931

Box 200   Folder 18

anonymous memoir, nd.

Box 200   Folder 19

Burgess, Ernest W., "Selection for Parole: A Manual of Parole Prediction" introduction, notes, nd.

Box 200   Folder 20

Haydon, Edward M., "Delinquency-Plague of Youth", "Prevention of Juvenile Crime", 1948

Box 200   Folder 21

Clark, Robert E., "Size of Community, Parole Community, as Related to Parole Outcome", nd.

Box 200   Folder 22

"Instruction of the Blind in the Chicago Public Schools", n.d.

Box 200   Folder 23

Burgess, E.W., Thorsten Sellin, parole manuscript, nd.

Box 200   Folder 24

Burgess, E.W., "The Educative Effect of the Urban Environment", n.d.

Box 201   Folder 1

Social Pathology, nd., I

Box 201   Folder 2

Social Pathology, nd., II

Box 201   Folder 3

Social Pathology, nd., III

Box 201   Folder 4

"Outline of Industrial Policies and Practices in Time of Reduced Operation and Employment", labor movement newspapers, draft copy of labor bill, 1931

Box 201   Folder 5

Dobbs, Harrison A., juvenile delinquency report, 1933

Box 201   Folder 6

Chicago Recreation Commission, correspondence, minutes, 1938, Social Science Research Council, minutes, 1938, Chicago Park District Recreation Division, Annual Report, 1937

Box 201   Folder 7

Eureka College Conference on Community Service, 1938, minutes

Box 201   Folder 8

Patterson, V.D., "Outline of a Project for Making New Jobs in Chicago", nd.

Box 201   Folder 9

Millar, John H., Correspondence and Reports on job creation, 1938

Box 201   Folder 10

D'Esposito, Joshua, correspondence to Joseph K. Brittain, Chairman of the Nominating Committee of the Citizens Association, 1938

Box 201   Folder 11

Millar, John H., "The Chicago Schools" reprint, 1938

Box 201   Folder 12

"Model Demonstration of Scientific Philanthropy", nd

Box 201   Folder 13

Federal Writers' Project, "The Italians of New York", table of contents, nd.

Box 201   Folder 14

Citizens' Association of Chicago, board of directors meeting minutes, 1938

Box 201   Folder 15

Hurd, Richard M., "Principles of City Land Values", 1924, excerpt

Box 201   Folder 16

Bird Memorial - South Chicago Community Center, Bird Memorial Bulletin, 1938

Box 201   Folder 17

Works Progress Administration, "Instructions for Preparation of Information to Accompany Project Applications", nd.

Box 201   Folder 18

Works Progress Administration news release, "WPA Study Finds Rural Youth Has Lost Opportunities for Security", 1939

Box 201   Folder 19

Chicago Recreation Commission, meeting minutes, February, 1939

Box 201   Folder 20

The Boy Agriculturalist, September, 1938, Student's Assignment Book

Box 202   Folder 1

"The Neighborhood Study: From a Tentative Outline Prepared by R.E. Parks and E.W. Burgess", nd.

Box 202   Folder 2

Federal Probation, March 1951, reprint

Box 202   Folder 3

Illinois Sex Offender Commission, Conference on the Sex Offender, n.d.

Box 202   Folder 4

notes, correspondence, 1934

Box 202   Folder 5

North Side Area Project, Women's Staff meeting, minutes, 1935

Box 202   Folder 6

National Opinion Research Center, College choice study, Study of High School Social Climates, nd.

Box 202   Folder 7

Social Science Research Council, notes, nd.

Box 202   Folder 8

advertisements, nd.

Box 202   Folder 9

Ward Map City of Chicago, Recent Publications on Governmental Problems, Southside Community Committee correspondence, notes, 1953

Box 202   Folder 10

Minutes, board meeting, Illinois Social Hygene League, Nov. 18, 1938

Box 202   Folder 11

Moore, M.E., correspondence, 1933

Subseries 5: General Sociological Studies

Box 202   Folder 12

E.W. Burgess, general correspondence, 1939-1958

Box 202   Folder 13

newspaper clippings, advertisements, 1957-1959

Box 202   Folder 14

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, publications

Box 202   Folder 15

Sociological terms, manuscript, n.d.

Box 202   Folder 16

American Sociological Society, committee on nominations and elections, correspondence, lists of members, 1952-1958

Box 202   Folder 17

XVII Congress International de Sociologie, pamphlet, September 23-29, 1957

Box 202   Folder 18

Eisenhower, Dwight D., President, press release, 1957

Box 202   Folder 19

"Introduction to the Science of Sociology," correspondence, 1950

Box 202   Folder 20

Chapter II, "Suicide and the Business Cycle in the United States," manuscript, nd.

Box 202   Folder 21

"The Development of Medieval Culture," "Medieval London," nd.

Box 202   Folder 22

German advertisements, reprints, 1926-1928

Box 202   Folder 23

Literature on American-Soviet Relations, Boys' Clubs, 1931-1942

Box 202   Folder 24

American Sociology Society, program, 1930

Box 203   Folder 1

Dunlop, Knight, sexual desire, notes, 1933

Box 203   Folder 2

American Sociological Society, Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting, program, 1930

Box 203   Folder 3

Secretary's report, correspondence, 1931

Box 203   Folder 4

Miscellaneous, notes, pamphlets, n.d.

Box 203   Folder 5

Mental disorders, urban cases, correspondence, notes, 1939

Box 203   Folder 6

Correspondence, 1938-1939

Box 203   Folder 7

Office of the Radio Director, University of Chicago, correspondence, 1939

Box 203   Folder 8

"Research and Current Data Reference Service," newsletter, notes, 1938

Box 203   Folder 9

U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1940

Box 203   Folder 10

"Society and Social Classes", manuscript, nd., I

Box 203   Folder 11

"Society and Social Classes", manuscript, nd., II

Box 203   Folder 12

Bibliography index cards, nd.

Box 203   Folder 13

International Sociological Association, Fourth World Congress of Sociology, program, 1959, advertisement

Box 203   Folder 14

notes, reprint, n.d.

Box 203   Folder 15

correspondence, news clippings, 1948-49

Box 203   Folder 16

newspaper clippings, advertisement copy, 1926-47

Box 203   Folder 17

correspondence, 1930

Box 203   Folder 18

notes, bibliography, nd.

Box 203   Folder 19

"Plans for the Proposed Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada", nd.

Box 203   Folder 20

miscellaneous notes and advertisements, 1930

Box 204   Folder 1

American Sociological Society, Abstracts, 1930

Box 204   Folder 2

misc. advertisements, nd.

Box 204   Folder 3

American Sociological Society, census of research, advertisement, correspondence, 1953-54

Box 204   Folder 4

advertisements, notes, 1952

Box 204   Folder 5

notes, Robert Park notebook, nd.

Box 204   Folder 6

American Sociological Society, membership form, nd.

Box 204   Folder 7

misc correspondence, 1929-50

Box 204   Folder 8

misc notes, nd.

Box 204   Folder 9

American Sociological Society program, "Sociology and World Order", 1951

Box 204   Folder 10

misc notes, nd.

Box 204   Folder 11

misc correspondence, 1951-52

Box 204   Folder 12

Hill, Bettye, Douglas Smith Fund Application for Health Service, 1940

Box 204   Folder 13

Notes, memo re: Soc 312C, nd.

Box 204   Folder 14

misc correspondence, 1939-52

Box 204   Folder 15

correspondence, 1930-39

Box 204   Folder 16

advertisements, nd.

Box 204   Folder 17

notes and loose pages, nd.

Box 204   Folder 18

Burgess, Ernest W., bibliographies, 1941

Box 204   Folder 19

A Study of Theological Education, ministers survey, 1930-31

Box 204   Folder 20

Social Work, Committee on Standards of Training Courses, meeting minutes, Frank J. Bruno correspondence, 1931-33

Box 205   Folder 1

Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, annual meeting announcement, Dec. 1930

Box 205   Folder 2

"Moose" Magazine, 1932-33

Box 205   Folder 3

American Institute of Sacred Literature, correspondence, reading list, Burgess essay, "Cultural Aspect of Inter-Racial Marriage", 1932

Box 205   Folder 4

correspondence from Martin L. Reymert to Edgar A. Doll, 1934

Box 205   Folder 5

Boisen, Anton T., "First Annual Report to the Directors of the

  • Chicago Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students", 1933, "A New Opportunity in Theological Education"
Box 205   Folder 6

Townsend, Will, "Twenty-seven points forming the criteria for a good advertisement", nd.

Box 205   Folder 7

Forschungen und Fortschritte, 1938

Box 205   Folder 8

Sanford, Raymond, correspondence, 1938

Box 205   Folder 9

Statistical Bulletin, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1938

Box 205   Folder 10

"The Fortune Survey: XV", 1938

Box 205   Folder 11

The Society for Social Research, Bulletin, 1938

Box 205   Folder 12

Legislative Voters League, The Assembly Bulletin, 1938

Box 205   Folder 13

The American Russian Institute for Cultural Relations with the Soviet Union, Inc., Bulletin on the Soviet Union, 1938

Box 205   Folder 14

misc. correspondence, 1936-38

Box 205   Folder 15

Rarick, Robert K., resume, nd.

Box 205   Folder 16

Robinson, Roberta E., correspondence, 1948

Box 205   Folder 17

photographs, correspondence, 1941-48

Box 205   Folder 18

magazine clippings, 1925-26

Box 205   Folder 19

correspondence, 1950-51

Box 205   Folder 20

Human Betterment Foundation, "Human Sterilization Today", nd.

Box 205   Folder 21

social science research, notes, 1940

Box 205   Folder 22

"The Logic of the Case Study Method", notes, Dept. of Health correspondence and identification card, 1924

Box 205   Folder 23

advertisements and newspaper clippings, nd.

Box 205   Folder 24

advertisements, newspaper clippings, notes, 1931-51

Box 205   Folder 25

"A Study of Theological Education", ministers survey, 1930

Series VII: Field Notes

This series contains information, largely in manuscript form, collected about city life in Chicago during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. Apparently unpublished, it stands as a methodological and topical complement to the work of Burgess's best students: Nels Anderson, (The Hobo: The Sociology of the Homeless Man [1923]), Clifford Shaw (The Jack Roller: A Delinquent Boy's Own Story [1930]), John Landesco (Organized Crime in Chicago [1929]), Paul Cressey (The Taxi-Dance Hall [1932]), et al. Burgess seems to have encouraged his students to submit papers on topics related to social life and social organization in the city-student work that informed his own writings on urban sociology. The department of Sociology apparently received a WPA grant during the 1930s that supplemented this mode of data collection. Both of these means served Burgess's general interest in integrating qualitative information with quantitative and statistical data. Despite this origin, the value of the information contained in this series exceeds the sociological. The accounts preserved in the present series are direct, first-person narratives of life on the South side of Chicago during the depression. They focus primarily on vice among marginal populations; vivid descriptions of crime, sexual promiscuity, gambling, prostitution, drinking, mental illness, and vagrancy abound. Additionally, there are interesting collections of the opinions of South Side residents on race relations, as well as on the rise of Adolph Hitler and the Nazis in Germany and American involvement in pre-War European political affairs. Folder headings are, for the most part, as they appeared in Burgess's original files.

Subseries 1: Paul Oien

The manuscript notes in this subseries were gathered exclusively by Paul Oien. The University's records indicate that Oien did complete some coursework in the department of Sociology between 1934 and 1939, he is listed in the undergraduate student directory of 1937-38 as a student-at-large, and he has a single paper extant in Series IX.3, Student Papers, By Topic (BOX 284, Folder 11). Despite these academic associations, the correspondence file of this subseries suggests that the primary connection between Oien and Burgess was a W.P.A. grant intended to facilitate his data collection among the residents of the South Side of Chicago. Toward the end of the 1930s, the correspondence makes occasional reference to the impending loss of this grant funding and also alludes to work being done for other Sociology faculty at the University. The letterhead Oien uses most consistently is that of the National Conference on Family Relations, an organization for which Burgess served as the secretary-treasurer. Whether or not Oien's grant came under the aegis of this organization or some other is difficult to determine.

These manuscript notes are in a state of considerable fragility given the poor quality of the paper used. Their organization is roughly alphabetical by file heading. Most files are dated and the subject matter within them usually relates in a general sense to the material inside. There are occasional photographs whose connection with the manuscript pages is not at all clear. The manuscripts themselves consist of recollected dialogues, accounts of dreams, narratives of event, and lists.

The material in the present subseries supplements Series VI.4, Urban Studies. Burgess I also contains a few pieces written by Oien. See Series I, General Files (BOX 16, Folder 11), and Series III.2, Crime in Chicago: Recreation and Delinquency (BOX 37, Folder 6).

Subseries 2: Notes by Others

This subseries contains a variety of raw data pertaining to Urban Studies and the sociology of the city. Much of it is in the form of note cards that seem to have been used in a comprehensive social survey. The data they contain refer to social organizations, businesses, and institutions throughout the city. They were originally found accompanied by a number of computer punch-cards, suggesting that this raw data was, or was meant to be tabulated and analyzed statistically.

A series of manuscript reports by "McMurray" gives an accounting of the activities and personalities of a street gang called "The Chicago Herrings". This material a direct continuation of "McMurray" data found in Burgess I, Series IV.1, Individual Students and Collaborators (Box 134, Folder 3). In one instance where an incomplete document in Burgess I was obviously completed by a partial document from Burgess II, the two were rejoined in their original location. The rest of the material was left distributed between the two collections. Box 215, Folders 5 and 6 contain material supplementary to the oversize maps contained in Series XI. Several folded maps originally found here have been relocated to Box 302, Folder 8.

The remainder of the data found in this subseries is field notes, manuscripts, photographic slides, maps, charts and publications. They are grouped together because they all refer to urban life and pertain to Burgess's work on Sociology of the City. As such, they also complement the material found in Series VI.4, Urban Studies. Based on the formal similarity to work done by Burgess's students, as well as the attested links between student coursework and sociological research, there may also be substantive connections with Series IX: Course Materials and Student Papers.

Subseries 1: Paul Oien

Box 206   Folder 1

Schramick, case no. 6106

Box 206   Folder 2

Schramick, case no. 6106

Box 206   Folder 3

Schramick, case no. 6106

Box 206   Folder 4

Kelley, Joe

Box 206   Folder 5

O'Donnell

Box 206   Folder 6

list of subjects

Box 206   Folder 7

beaches

Box 206   Folder 8

dreams

Box 207   Folder 1

buildings, 6346 Blackstone Ave, 6345 Dante Ave

Box 207   Folder 2

building, 4419 Ellis Ave

Box 207   Folder 3

buildings, 6017 Woodlawn Ave, 6015 Dorchester Ave

Box 207   Folder 4

Christian Science Church, Oakland

Box 207   Folder 5

conversation

Box 207   Folder 6

Crescent Hotel, Oakland Crescent

Box 207   Folder 7

C.Y.O. Home

Box 207   Folder 8

draft comments, 1940

Box 207   Folder 9

dreams

Box 207   Folder 10

election, 1938, Chicago Daily Times 9/27/38

Box 207   Folder 11

fortune tellers, 1937

Box 207   Folder 12

furnished rooms and apartments, South side, 1937

Box 207   Folder 13

gambling, ca.1936-ca.1940

Box 207   Folder 14

gambling literature

Box 207   Folder 15

Garfield Park

Box 207   Folder 16

Groveland Park, 1936

Box 207   Folder 17

honky-tonks, 1936-1938

Box 207   Folder 18

Hitler talk, 1938

Box 207   Folder 19

Hyde Park, 1940

Box 207   Folder 20

Kimbark 6516

Box 207   Folder 21

Loop, 1936-1940

Box 207   Folder 22

Hyde Park, 1937

Box 207   Folder 23

Oakland

Box 207   Folder 24

Oakland

Box 207   Folder 25

sex and marriage

Box 208   Folder 1

63rd

Box 208   Folder 2

leaders, leadership, 1937, 1939

Box 208   Folder 3

Wilma

Box 208   Folder 4

Peggy now dead, 1948

Box 208   Folder 5

prostitution Woodlawn, 1937

Box 208   Folder 6

Julia and Lillian, miscegenation (prostitution), 1938-1939

Box 208   Folder 7

manuscript

Box 208   Folder 8

New Years Eve

Box 208   Folder 9

hustlers, 63rd Street

Box 208   Folder 10

Kenwood

Box 208   Folder 11

north side

Box 208   Folder 12

Florence, 1936

Box 208   Folder 13

Loop and Florence

Box 208   Folder 14

Miscellaneous, Uncollected notes

Box 208   Folder 15

La Strain Hotel

Box 208   Folder 16

Lee Crest Apartments, 3910 Lake Park, Oakland

Box 208   Folder 17

love, 1936

Box 208   Folder 18

Madison Street

Box 209   Folder 1

miscellaneous, includes correspondence from "Paul" to Burgess, 1939

Box 209   Folder 2

nationalities

Box 209   Folder 3

motion picture, "Don't Turn Them Loose"

Box 209   Folder 4

north side

Box 209   Folder 5

west side

Box 209   Folder 6

near south side

Box 209   Folder 7

Mrs. Beckman, landlady

Box 209   Folder 8

new Ellis Apartments

Box 209   Folder 9

Oakland survey

Box 209   Folder 10

South Congregational Church

Box 209   Folder 11

panhandling, 1937

Box 209   Folder 12

parole, 1937

Box 209   Folder 13

pimps

Box 209   Folder 14

prostitution

Box 209   Folder 15

pitchmen

Box 209   Folder 16

opinions, various current topics

Box 209   Folder 17

political, photograph w/ note: "May 23, 1945; Paul & Helen"

Box 209   Folder 18

queers

Box 209   Folder 19

rackets

Box 209   Folder 20

second ward

Box 209   Folder 21

sex

Box 209   Folder 22

slang

Box 209   Folder 23

taverns

Box 209   Folder 24

taxi-dancers, 1938, 1948

Box 209   Folder 25

transient

Box 210   Folder 1

uptown, 1937

Box 210   Folder 2

waiters

Box 210   Folder 3

war

Box 210   Folder 4

Warner Hotel

Box 210   Folder 5

women

Box 210   Folder 6

W.P.A

Box 210   Folder 7

Alton-Carter

Box 210   Folder 8

ambler

Box 210   Folder 9

homosexuality

Box 210   Folder 10

cake-house, west side

Box 210   Folder 11

James Booker

Box 210   Folder 12

Belle, Oakland prostitute

Box 210   Folder 13

Breneman, Mrs.

Box 210   Folder 14

Breese, Evelyn, (Woodlawn)

Box 210   Folder 15

W.P.A

Box 210   Folder 16

insanity, 1937

Box 210   Folder 17

gambling, 1951

Box 210   Folder 18

Winnie Crawford

Box 210   Folder 19

Buntely, Harry,

Box 210   Folder 20

Conway, Ed, dead, Oakland

Box 210   Folder 21

Oien, Paul

Box 210   Folder 22

"Pimply Puss"

Box 210   Folder 23

Woodlawn

Box 210   Folder 24

Dora, west side

Box 210   Folder 25

Devanny, John

Box 210   Folder 26

Elaine, Oakland

Box 210   Folder 27

Goldman, Jimmy, Woodlawn

Box 210   Folder 28

Mr. and Mrs. Grant

Box 210   Folder 29

Hayto, Steffan

Box 210   Folder 30

Hildebrand, Woodlawn

Box 210   Folder 31

Hirtenstein, Bill

Box 210   Folder 32

Jensen, dead

Box 210   Folder 33

horseman, no. 1, originally from 39th Street

Box 211   Folder 1

Kenwood and 63rd, see "Kelly," 1940

Box 211   Folder 2

Kelly, "Homeswood," 1940-1941

Box 211   Folder 3

drunken Eddie Hurlahee, Woodland and 63rd, 1940, 1948

Box 211   Folder 4

Maxine, Groveland Park, Oakland, 1936, 1948

Box 211   Folder 5

Marie, 1938, 1948

Box 211   Folder 6

Manning, Joe, Oakland, Basement Joe, 1938

Box 211   Folder 7

McCooley, Leo, the nut, photo, 1934-1940

Box 211   Folder 8

miscellaneous, 1937-1951

Box 211   Folder 9

missions, 1937

Box 211   Folder 10

homosexual, n.d.

Box 211   Folder 11

"An Exploratory Descriptive Study of an Orphans' Home," n.d.

Box 211   Folder 12

marriage, 1936

Box 211   Folder 13

Polish Community, Joseph Chalasinski, "Parish and Parochial School among Polish Immigrants in America: A study of a Polish Neighborhood in South Chicago," 1936

Box 211   Folder 14

Mooth, John, n.d.

Box 211   Folder 15

Mrs. Nelson, 6345 Dance, 1937

Box 211   Folder 16

Noonan, Tom, Woodlawn, 1940, 1952

Box 211   Folder 17

Miss Norman, prostitute, 1937-1948

Box 211   Folder 18

O'Campo, Helen and Vincent, Oakland, 1938

Box 211   Folder 19

O'Laughlin, Patrick, 1937-1940

Box 211   Folder 20

O'Neil, Mrs., 1937-1938

Box 211   Folder 21

Mr. and Mrs. O'Rook, 6346 Blackstone, 1937

Box 211   Folder 22

Patty, 1936

Box 211   Folder 23

betting correspondence

Box 211   Folder 24

betting correspondence

Box 212   Folder 1

The Oakland/Kenwood Outlook, 1939

Box 212   Folder 2

finished, completed, 1936

Box 212   Folder 3

manuscript, "The Reason some Madams are not Prosperous and some are," 1935

Box 212   Folder 4

the pimps

Box 212   Folder 5

doubles, Oakland case studies, 1935

Box 212   Folder 6

doubles, Oakland case studies, 1935

Box 212   Folder 7

cases from Oien, West Madison, 1934

Box 212   Folder 8

West Madison, 1934

Box 212   Folder 9

Counter Gilikie, 1935

Box 212   Folder 10

Counter Gilikie, 1935

Box 213   Folder 1

Oakland material, probably typed, 1935

Box 213   Folder 2

Florence materials, 1935

Box 213   Folder 3

Oakland case studies, 1935

Box 213   Folder 4

Oakland case studies, 1935

Box 213   Folder 5

Oakland case studies, 1935

Box 213   Folder 6

Kane-4060 Drexel

Box 213   Folder 7

6516 Kimbark

Box 213   Folder 8

Helen Watts, Childhood

Box 213   Folder 9

Amusement (singing)

Box 213   Folder 10

The Hyper-Borean Forum, 1500 N. Sedgwick

Box 213   Folder 11

Elim Free Church, 78th St and Indiana Ave

Box 213   Folder 12

Association of Commerce, Syphilis

Box 213   Folder 13

Marie Blackwell, Stockyard Marie, 6033 Eberhardt

Box 213   Folder 14

Mr. And Mrs. Foster, 6345 Dante

Box 213   Folder 15

Mrs. Larsen, 3977 Drexel Blvd

Box 213   Folder 16

On Relief, Mrs. Carver

Box 213   Folder 17

Mr. Babbe, 4065 Ellis-Crescent Hotel

Box 213   Folder 18

Mrs. Ridge

Box 213   Folder 19

Anne's Millstone's, 63rd between Woodlawn and Kimbark

Box 213   Folder 20

Donnely's Saloon, 37th & Cottage Grove

Box 213   Folder 21

Comments from Sorenson

Box 213   Folder 22

63rd & Halstead St.

Box 213   Folder 23

Near South Side

Box 214   Folder 1

West Madison St. flophouses

Box 214   Folder 2

Chain Restaurants

Box 214   Folder 3

"IAM Crowd"

Box 214   Folder 4

Frank, 6245 Kenwood

Box 214   Folder 5

Sexual Intercourse, Elo Samoni

Box 214   Folder 6

26th & Wabash Clinic

Box 214   Folder 7

63rd & Kenwood

Box 214   Folder 8

Collective Behavior by Paul Oien, "The Crowd-Street Pitchmen"

Box 214   Folder 9

Near North Side, Bug Park, etc.

Box 214   Folder 10

Fast Helen

Box 214   Folder 11

Wabash Ave.

Box 214   Folder 12

Steele, 6148 Greenwood, Intercourse

Box 214   Folder 13

Archie Craft, Laramie Hotel

Box 214   Folder 14

Basement Joe

Box 214   Folder 15

Al O'Connor's Tavern

Box 214   Folder 16

Civil Liberties Committee

Box 214   Folder 17

Academy Meeting

Box 214   Folder 18

Wanita, Juanita Goodlaw

Box 214   Folder 19

The Colonial Hotel, 6325-6335 Kenwood Ave.

Box 214   Folder 20

Julia Kenzall

Box 214   Folder 21

Joe Noonan

Box 214   Folder 22

Grace Hotel, 75 W. Jackson

Box 214   Folder 23

Family

Box 214   Folder 24

Gretchen Schmidt, Trudie

Box 214   Folder 25

Oakland

Box 214   Folder 26

Jean-Ruth

Box 214   Folder 27

Ed Shaeffer

Box 214   Folder 28

Johnny Hagen (Blondie)

Box 214   Folder 29

Louise, by Spager

Box 214   Folder 30

Jean & Lyle Reif, 3941 Drexel

Box 214   Folder 31

Mrs. Herson, 6245 Kenwood

Box 214   Folder 32

Women (Heat)

Box 214   Folder 33

Harris

Box 214   Folder 34

Goodwill Industries (Sorensen)

Box 214   Folder 35

Ernest Baldwin, 6516 Kimbark

Box 214   Folder 36

Negro housing and restriction

Box 214   Folder 37

Emma

Box 214   Folder 38

Political - 2nd Ward

Box 214   Folder 39

Ladies Aid Supper - St. Paul's Church, 60th & Dorchester

Box 214   Folder 40

Hotel Del Lago, 857 Oakwood Blvd.

Box 214   Folder 41

West Madison St.

Box 214   Folder 42

Florence Ferguson

Box 214   Folder 43

Conway & Freeman, 3865 Ellis Ave

Box 214   Folder 44

Jack Collins

Box 214   Folder 45

Opinions

Subseries 2: Notes by Others

Box 215   Folder 1

Index cards, addresses and descriptions, day nurseries and kindergartens, clubs, dispensaries and clinics, fire department, guides to Chicago, n.d.

Box 215   Folder 2

Index cards, addresses and descriptions, homes and institutions, libraries and institutions, parks, playgrounds and beaches, Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., police, precinct captains of the fifth ward, post office, schools, boys scouts, n.d.

Box 215   Folder 3

Index cards, addresses and descriptions, institutions of service, universities, transportation, classified directory of Hyde Park, agencies in Hyde Park, aldermen, American Legion, n.d.

Box 215   Folder 4

Index cards, addresses and descriptions, child welfare, churches, clubs, n.d.

Box 215   Folder 5

Miscellaneous, maps, keys to oversize maps, nd.

Box 215   Folder 6

Philadelphia, maps and charts, nd.

Box 215   Folder 7

Shooting, manuscript, 1933

Box 215   Folder 8

Diary notes, 1933

Box 215   Folder 9

Rich, Wanye, notes, 1933

Box 215   Folder 10

Case 7001, notes, n.d.

Box 215   Folder 11

Personality and Culture Conflicts, notes, 1931

Box 215   Folder 12

Shaw's cases, "An Autobiography," n.d.

Box 215   Folder 13

"Autobiography of Harry Bartzon," Chapter 1, "A Mother's Story," n.d.

Box 215   Folder 14

"Autobiography of James Bartzon," n.d.

Box 215   Folder 15

"Autobiography of Roy Bartzon," n.d.

Box 215   Folder 16

Official Records of Companions of the Bartzon Brothers, n.d.

Box 216   Folder 1

Negative glass slides, Chicago neighborhoods, maps, n.d.

Box 216   Folder 2

Chicago 1922-1940, mental illness, population changes and density, family composition, growth of city, cultural and economic areas, maps, n.d.

Box 216   Folder 3

"Total Mental Disease Rates of Milwaukee Patients, 1925-1938", nd.

Box 216   Folder 4

Field Notes, Robert N. McMurry, south Chicago Herrings street gang I

Box 216   Folder 5

Field Notes, Robert N. McMurry, south Chicago Herrings street gang II

Box 216   Folder 6

Field Notes, Robert N. McMurry, south Chicago Herrings street gang III

Box 216   Folder 7

Citizens' Association of Chicago, Zoning News Sheet, 1950

Box 216   Folder 8

Hegewisch Community Committee, 1947-50

Box 216   Folder 9

Ward Statistics, Ward 1, nd.

Box 216   Folder 10

Nationality of Children in Cook County Juvenile Court, 1915-16

Box 216   Folder 11

"Population 15 Years of Age and Over by Color, Nativity, Sex, and Marital Condition, for Census Tracts: 1930"

Box 216   Folder 12

"Uniform Crime Reports for the United States and its Possessions" vol. II, no. 3, March, 1931

Box 216   Folder 13

The City Club Bulletin, 1952

Box 216   Folder 14

Death Rates and Morbidity Rates for Communicable Diseases for Three Sections of Chicago, 1920, correspondence of Charles Newcomb to Colonel Noble B. Judah, 1930

Box 216   Folder 15

Description of South Chicago Youth Council, notes, 1936-38

Box 216   Folder 16

table, "Percentage of Homes Owned by Areas Based on Housing", nd.

Box 216   Folder 17

Recreation and delinquency, further data, correspondence, notes, manuscript, "Recreation and Delinquency Study: Recommendations", 1938-41

Box 216   Folder 18

"Census Tracts of Chicago 1934: Doubled-Up Families", map

Box 216   Folder 19

index cards, block study reports, 1947

Box 216   Folder 20

Nowell, Ann A., art class lesson plans, 1964

Box 216   Folder 21

notes city neighborhoods, personality inventories, 1946

Box 216   Folder 22

street address codes, nd.

Box 217

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 218

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 219

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 220

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 221

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 222

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 223

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 224

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 225

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 226

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 227

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 228

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 229

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 230

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 231

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 232

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 233

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 234

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 235

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 236

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 237

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 238

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 239

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Box 240

Note cards containing statistical and demographic information of uncertain provenance

Series VIII: Institutions

This series consists of administrative and research materials with a clear provenance in one of the many organizations with which Burgess was affiliated. The distinction between this material and that contained in the various topical sections is largely artificial, given that the original, accessioned state of Burgess II made no such distinction. For the sake of clarity, however, this division has been introduced into the present collection. In instances where administrative materials were located in a topical series, but the amount present was insufficient to justify segregation and formation of a separate subseries, the material was left in its original location. For this reason, researchers are encouraged to look here and in the appropriate subseries of Series VI, General Studies of Surveys to find pertinent information.

Subseries 1: Industrial Relations Center

This subseries contains general institutional records and correspondence as well as information pertaining to a variety of research and outreach projects. The primary avenue of collaboration between Burgess and the IRC seems to have been his later research into the sociology of aging and retirement age populations. The IRC was instrumental in the organization of a series of Retirement Planning Seminars arranged in conjunction with various businesses and corporations. In this regard, they also produced a publication entitled, "Making the Most of Maturity". Burgess was central to the organization and planning of these efforts and the material in the present subseries reflects this involvement. Additionally, some IRC material pertaining to the organization of seminars on leadership is also attested in this subseries.

Subseries 2: Chicago Area Project

The material preserved in this subseries reflects the activities of an organization intended to combat juvenile delinquency founded by Burgess's student Clifford R. Shaw in 1932. Burgess maintained an affiliation with the CAP and served on its Board of Directors. Shaw's work proceeded from his experience as a juvenile probation officer and his affiliation with the Institute for Juvenile Research. The IJR continued to provide research guidance to the community activities of the CAP for a protracted period of time. The CAP appears to have integrated sociological research with community input and training, thus providing an institution for the application of sociological research in a manner analogous to many other institutions with which Burgess was involved. The present collection contains a statement of purpose, administrative materials as well as course materials developed from the CAP's activities.

Subseries 3: Dept of Sociology

This subseries consists primarily of correspondence and meeting minutes. Some budget information and grant application material is attested as well. This subseries serves as a repository for any administrative or non-pedagogical material related to Burgess's activities in the University of Chicago Department of Sociology.

Subseries 4: Behavior Research Fund/Institute for Juvenile Research

This subseries preserves the administrative materials of two, closely affiliated organizations. The Institute for Juvenile Research focused on research into causes of juvenile delinquency. Founded in 1909, it was administered by Cook County after 1914. The Behavior Research Fund was founded by Herman Adler out of his experience as head of the IJR. The BRF grouped a cross-disciplinary selection of scholars under the general rubric of the study of human behavior and a methodological interest in the issues of crime and criminality. The material in this subseries consist primarily of reports, correspondence, budgetary and fundraising matter.

Subseries 5: Chicago Crime Commission

This subseries contains of material related to the administration of the Chicago Crime Commission, an organization founded in 1919 as a watchdog anti-organized crime group. Burgess and other sociologists carried out a survey of its members at some point in the 1950s as part of an effort to redirect and streamline the efforts of the Commission. Much of the material in this subseries pertains to that effort. The rest consists of press releases and publications as well as meeting minutes of the group.

Subseries 6: American Journal of Sociology

Burgess served on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sociology from 1933-1952 but continued to have an influence over its activities long into his retirement. He is listed on masthead as editor from 1936-1940. The material in this subseries consists of administrative and promotional materials for the AJS between 1943-1952.

Subseries 7: Common Ground

Burgess served as a board member on this social welfare organization affiliated with the Chicago Congregational Union. Active during the depression, Common Ground seems to have coordinated recreational and vocational programs for the unemployed. This subseries contains some correspondence, a mission statement and some published matter.

Subseries 1: Industrial Relations Center

Box 241   Folder 1

Study of Later Maturity, correspondence, 1948

Box 241   Folder 2

Articles and offprints

Box 241   Folder 3

Newspaper clippings and advertisements

Box 241   Folder 4

"Making the Most of Maturity", manuscripts, cartoons

Box 241   Folder 5

Aging and Retirement, papers, essays, notes

Box 241   Folder 6

Aging and Retirement, papers, essays, notes

Box 241   Folder 7

Aging and Retirement, papers, essays, notes

Box 241   Folder 8

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, E.W. Burgess correspondence, 1953-1959

Box 242   Folder 1

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Margery Mack, correspondence, 1952-1955

Box 242   Folder 2

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Evansville, Mead Johnson Insurance/Pension

Box 242   Folder 3

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Commonwealth Edison, 1954

Box 242   Folder 4

University of Chicago, Industrial Relations Center, Making the Most of Maturity, "Getting The Most Out of Leisure," conference leader's guide, notes, clipping, 1954

Box 242   Folder 5

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Lists of Films, Newspaper clippings, Correspondence, Brochures, 1954

Box 242   Folder 6

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Prospective conference leaders (non-company)

Box 242   Folder 7

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Checklists and Visual Aids

Box 242   Folder 8

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, List of Publications

Box 242   Folder 9

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Staff Possibilities

Box 242   Folder 10

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Correspondence

Box 242   Folder 11

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Selected References, 1954

Box 242   Folder 12

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Correspondence: permissions to quote and reprint, 1952-1955

Box 242   Folder 13

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Shipping list, audio visual materials

Box 242   Folder 14

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, pricing lists, program materials and costs

Box 242   Folder 15

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Studies, budget and salary records

Box 242   Folder 16

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, University College, Making the Most of Maturity, other adult education possibilities

Box 242   Folder 17

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, diplomas

Box 242   Folder 18

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, General correspondence, independent contractor forms, 1955-1956

Box 242   Folder 19

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, program outline

Box 243   Folder 1

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Workshop, November 7-18, 1955

Box 243   Folder 2

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Bell and Howell Company, correspondence, internal memos, budget information, 1954-1955

Box 243   Folder 3

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Informational Conference, Retirement Planning and Preparation, 1955

Box 243   Folder 4

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Correspondence, Corn Products Refining Co., Wartburg Press, Western Electric Co.

Box 243   Folder 5

Joint Committee on Research in Aging and Retirement, "Research Proposal: Aging and Retirement"

Box 243   Folder 6

Joint Committee on Research in Aging and Retirement, "Research Proposal: Aging and Retirement"

Box 243   Folder 7

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Training of Retired Executives for Community Welfare Services, research proposal, correspondence, budget information

Box 243   Folder 8

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "Predicting Assessing and Increasing Successful Retirement Living"

Box 243   Folder 9

Modern Maturity magazines, 1958-1959, correspondence

Box 243   Folder 10

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement Planning Project, Standard Oil Company, Indiana, report

Box 243   Folder 11

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Conference on Retirement Villages 1958, planning notes, correspondence, funding, invitations

Box 243   Folder 12

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Conference on Retirement Villages 1958, invitations and responses

Box 243   Folder 13

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Conference on Retirement Villages 1958, correspondence regarding conference papers and manuscripts

Box 243   Folder 14

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Conference on Retirement Villages 1958, conference papers and manuscripts

Box 243   Folder 15

newspaper clipping, promotional material on retirement villages

Box 243   Folder 16

"Construction and Standardization of the Chicago Retirement Planning ," manuscripts, n.d.

Box 243   Folder 17

Meetings on mental health and on nutrition, notes, 1954

Box 243   Folder 18

Owens-Illinois, Industrial Division Report, "An Interview Study If Some Opinions on Retirement by Selected Groups of Company People," 1954

Box 243   Folder 19

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "An Evaluation of the Retirement Preparation and Planning Program `Years Ahead,'" manuscript, 1956

Box 244   Folder 1

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "Objective Criteria of Aging and Determinants of Retirement," proposal, 1955

Box 244   Folder 2

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "A Proposed Pre-retirement Program for Older Workers and Executives," manuscripts, 1951

Box 244   Folder 3

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "Understanding Others: The Will-Do Factors," Conference Leaders Guide, 1957

Box 244   Folder 4

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, news and notes, October, 1955

Box 244   Folder 5

E.W. Burgess, general papers, essays, notes, nd.

Box 244   Folder 6

Mack, Margery, and Charlotta Evans, "Conference Leaders Manual: Making the Most of Maturity," Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, n.d.

Box 244   Folder 7

Committee for Research on Aging and Retirement, Preparation: Foundation Meeting, 1953

Box 244   Folder 8

"Factors in the Mobility of Older Workers after Retirement", nd.

Box 244   Folder 9

misc correspondence, notes, 1952

Box 244   Folder 10

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "Major Projects of the Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, 1952"

Box 244   Folder 11

Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, Retirement

  • Research Program, Factors in the Mobility of Older Workers after Retirement, Five-Point Scale on Migration, 1952
Box 244   Folder 12

Industrial Relations Center, correspondence, Retirement Research Program outline, 1952-54

Box 244   Folder 13

Industrial Relations Center, Upholsterers' International Union retirement village, correspondence, maps, 1952

Box 244   Folder 14

Industrial Relations Center, Schedule RPI, nd.

Box 244   Folder 15

Industrial Relations Center, A Proposed Program on Pre-Retirement Planning and Preparation for Older Employees, G.C. Hoyt and E.W. Burgess, The Trailer Park Study, nd.

Box 244   Folder 16

"A Preliminary Report of the Findings Obtained from a Questionnaire Study of Members Aged Fifty and Over of the Upholsterers' International Union of North America, nd.

Box 244   Folder 17

Industrial Relations Center, "Selected List of Recent Publications", nd.

Box 244   Folder 18

Nelson, Charles W., "The Leadership Situation Survey", Industrial Relations Center, University of Chicago, "A New Approach to Leadership: Its Rationale, Method, Data, Reliability, Validity and Application", 1950

Box 244   Folder 19

Industrial Relations Center questionnaire, "The Golden Years", 1949

Subseries 2: Chicago Area Project

Box 245   Folder 1

Burgess, Ernest W., Clifford R. Shaw, Joseph D. Lohman, "The Chicago Area Project," manuscript, n.d.

Box 245   Folder 2

Chicago Area Project, board of directors, minutes, 1957

Box 245   Folder 3

Chicago Area Project, minutes, 1952, annual report, 1950-51

Box 245   Folder 4

Chicago Area Project, annual report, 1940

Box 245   Folder 5

Chicago Area Project, North Side Leaders Club, correspondence

Box 245   Folder 6

quote, "The Community Approach to Delinquency Prevention", National Probation Association, "Cooperation between the Chicago Crime Commission and the Chicago Area Project"

Box 245   Folder 7

Juvenile Delinquency, Chicago Area Project, parole, Social Pathology course materials

Subseries 3: University of Chicago Dept of Sociology

Box 245   Folder 8

Ogburn, William Fielding, introduction for honorary degree, n.d.

Box 245   Folder 9

University of Chicago, Department of Sociology, faculty list, winter, 1956

Box 245   Folder 10

misc. administrative material, 1929

Box 245   Folder 11

Correspondence, 1928-31

Box 245   Folder 12

Correspondence, 1930-50

Box 245   Folder 13

Division of the Social Sciences memo, notes, 1950

Box 245   Folder 14

Grant Applications, 1949

Box 245   Folder 15

Minutes, Faculty Seminar, Dept of Sociology, Feb. 14, 1952, correspondence

Box 245   Folder 16

correspondence re: Cecilia Afable, 1952

Box 245   Folder 17

Faculty meeting minutes, Dec 1949

Box 245   Folder 18

University budgeting forms, information, 1931

Box 245   Folder 19

Faculty seminar, memoranda, 1952

Box 245   Folder 20

misc notes, punch cards, pamphlet from registrar, 1930-39

Box 245   Folder 21

misc notes, photograph, book receipt, 1938

Box 245   Folder 22

correspondence, bibliography, 1946

Box 245   Folder 23

correspondence, 1933-47

Box 245   Folder 24

Macaraig, Serafin E., correspondence, 1924

Box 245   Folder 25

Bobbitt, Sarah (Annis), letter to faculty and trustees, 1951

Subseries 4: Behavior Research Fund/ Institute for Juvenile Research

Box 246   Folder 1

Behavior Research Fund, newspapers, 1932-1933

Box 246   Folder 2

Correspondence, North Side Boys Club, notes, 1931-1933

Box 246   Folder 3

Behavior Research Fund, correspondence, 1930-1931

Box 246   Folder 4

Behavior Research Fund, reports 1930-1932

Box 246   Folder 5

Behavior Research Fund, reports 1930-1932

Box 246   Folder 6

Institute for Juvenile Research, problems 1-50, n.d.

Box 246   Folder 7

Behavior Research Fund, Institute for Juvenile Research, miscellaneous, correspondence, notes, manuscripts, 1930-1931

Box 246   Folder 8

Weigel, John C., "The Need for a State Department of Public Welfare," 1930

Box 246   Folder 9

Burgess, E. W., J. P. Molloy, Clifford R. Shaw, John C. Weigel, "A Proposed Experiment in the Study of Juvenile Delinquents in a Local Area," 1931

Box 246   Folder 10

Behavior Research Fund, resolution, Herman M. Adler, n.d.

Box 246   Folder 11

Behavior Research Fund, The Final Report of the Board of

  • Trustees to the Members of the Behavior Research Fund and the Friends of the Institute for Juvenile Research, 1948
Box 246   Folder 12

"Evolution of the Sicilian Group in Relation to the Social Adjustment of Their Children," "Implications for Parent of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection," "Family Relationships and Personality Adjustment," "The Dance," manuscripts, reprint, 1931-1936

Box 247   Folder 1

Institute for Juvenile Research, Pre-School Branch, Kawin, Ethel, 1930, reports, correspondence

Box 247   Folder 2

Newspaper clippings, SF Examiner, Palo Alto Times, Jan 20-22, 1950

Box 247   Folder 3

"Drug Addiction among Young Persons in Chicago" 1953

Box 247   Folder 4

Behavior Research Fund, correspondence, Burgess, John C. Weigel, Lillian Benjamin, et al., 1939-40

Box 247   Folder 5

"Staff of the Behavior Research Fund, with Years of Service and Present Position", nd.

Box 247   Folder 6

Behavior Research Fund, notes, nd.

Box 247   Folder 7

"The Work of the Behavior Research Fund", nd.

Box 247   Folder 8

Behavior Research Fund, promotional materials and solicitations, 1939

Box 247   Folder 9

unidentified manuscript on resistant behavior in children, nd.

Box 247   Folder 10

Behavior Research Fund, budget information, 1940

Box 247   Folder 11

Margaret Eytam, nd.

Subseries 5: Chicago Crime Commission

Box 247   Folder 12

Burgess, E.W., Louis Wirth, Albert J. Reiss, Jr., and Don T. Blackiston, "Survey of the Chicago Crime Commission," n.d.

Box 247   Folder 13

Burgess, E.W., Louis Wirth, Albert J. Reiss, Jr., and Don T. Blackiston, "Survey of the Chicago Crime Commission," n.d.

Box 247   Folder 14

Chicago Crime Commission, memoranda, evaluations, administrative material, 1951

Box 247   Folder 15

Gilbert , Daniel A., "Statement submitted to the Chicago Crime Commission...", 1950

Box 247   Folder 16

Peterson, Virgil W., "Facts and Fancies in Crime Prevention", 1947

Box 247   Folder 17

Chicago Crime Commission Study, Progress Report, notes, nd.

Box 247   Folder 18

Chicago Crime Commission, confidential memoranda - no. 163, 1941

Box 247   Folder 19

Spotlight on Crime, booklet, nd.

Subseries 6: American Journal of Sociology

Box 248   Folder 1

American Journal of Sociology, financial accounts

Box 248   Folder 2

American Journal of Sociology, correspondence

Box 248   Folder 3

American Journal of Sociology, promotional materials

Box 248   Folder 4

American Journal of Sociology, temporary payroll forms

Box 248   Folder 5

American Journal of Sociology, meeting minutes

Box 248   Folder 6

American Journal of Sociology, administrative materials

  • Subseries 7: Common Ground
Box 248   Folder 7

Common Ground correspondence

Box 248   Folder 8

Common Ground mission statement, budget information, "Old Age Pensions for Illinois"

Box 248   Folder 9

Common Ground journal III, January 1, 1932, Len McGee (5) I

Box 248   Folder 10

Common Ground journal III, January 1, 1932, Len McGee (5) II

Series IX: Course Materials and Student Papers

This series consists of a large number of essays written by Burgess's students in his academic courses. It contains essays written during the period of 1917-1959, with the majority found in the 1920s and 1940s. The series has been organized by alphabetically by single student author wherever possible, grouping multiple papers under a single author heading. Given the presence of a substantial amount of material for which a single author was difficult to determine, other series organized by course number and topic were developed.

The research topics covered in these papers trace Burgess's own academic interests very closely, focusing especially on the sociology of the family and urban studies. Burgess was fond of asking his students to write autobiographical accounts of their own lives and to employ sociological methodology to draw analytical conclusions from their direct experience. Evidence from notes found in these files suggests that Burgess was wont to include useful accounts and data provided by his students in his own published work.

Following the series of student papers, a grouping of Burgess's own course and course preparation materials has been appended. This has also been arranged according to course number.

This series overlaps topically and generically with the matter found in Series VII, Field Notes. There is also some topical overlap with Series XII, Restricted.

Subseries 1: Student Papers, Alphabetized

Box 249   Folder 1

Adams, Dorothy, "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 249   Folder 2

Agnew, Agnes J., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 249   Folder 3

Ahrens, E.A., "Autobiography", student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 4

Ahrens, E.A., "Family Life in a Nevada Mining Camp", student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 5

Al-Tahir, Abdul Jalil, "Land-values", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 249   Folder 6

Albert, Allen D. III, "Case Study of Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 249   Folder 7

Allen, A.T., "An Autobiographical Sketch of a Family", The Family student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 8

Allen, A.T., Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 9

Allen, Helen L., "Handicrafts as a Leisure Time Activity," Sociology 466, student paper, 1940

Box 249   Folder 10

Allison, Helen J., "A Case Study of an American Girl", Sociology 352, student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 11

Anderson, Alice Y., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 249   Folder 12

Anderson, Robert, Sociology 364, Human Ecology examination answers, 1949

Box 249   Folder 13

April, Rebecca, "The Court of Domestic Relations", Sociology 373, Crime and its Social Treatment, 1929-1930

Box 249   Folder 14

Armstrong, Ernest Neville, "A Study of Family Life", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 249   Folder 15

Armstrong, Helen, Sociology 363, student paper, 1927

Box 249   Folder 16

Askew, William A., "The Study of a Family", student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 17

Bachmura, Frank T., "Preliminary Inquiry into the Problem of the Optimal Allocation of Population", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 18

Bacon, life histories, n.d.

Box 249   Folder 19

Bahr, Mollie, Sociology 11, student papers, nd.

Box 249   Folder 20

Bain, Howard G., "A Discussion (Including two Case Studies) of the Evolution of Family Life from Commercialized Sex Barter in Occupied Germany," Sociology 251, student paper, 1947

Box 249   Folder 21

Bain, Howard G., "Readings on Alcoholism", student paper, 1948

Box 249   Folder 22

Baker, Esther M., "The Story of an Eleven Year Old Truant", Sociology 373, student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 23

Barnes, Guy L., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 249   Folder 24

Barnes, G.L., "The Stranded American Family in the Near West Side of Chicago: Their Relation to the Immigrant", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 249   Folder 25

Bartlett, Harriett M., "Sociology Looks at Medical Social Work", Sociology 270, Social Pathology, 1927

Box 250   Folder 1

Bartoo, Glenn, "Proposals for the Study of Personal Adjustment in an Organized Religious Group", Sociology 333, student paper, 1950

Box 250   Folder 2

Bauer, Atto, Sociology 351, The Family, exam, n.d

Box 250   Folder 3

Bauer, Edward J., "Attitudes of Youth to Marriage", Sociology 351, The Family, student paper, 1935

Box 250   Folder 4

Beach, Sybel A., "A Case Study Illustrating Type Tensions", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 5

Beach, Sybel, "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1923

Box 250   Folder 6

Becker, Leopold, "The Influence of the City on the Size of the Family with respect to the Morality of the City, its Economic Functions and the Types of Dwellings", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 7

Beers, Howard W., Social Pathology, student exam, 1930

Box 250   Folder 8

Beiswanger, W.F, "A Kiss: Gen 6:1-8", nd.

Box 250   Folder 9

Bendix, Frances, "Analysis of Factors Operating in Mate Selection in a Given Case", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 250   Folder 10

Berliant, Kenneth R., "The Boy Scout Organization in Chicago; An Ecological Research Study (1950)", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1959

Box 250   Folder 11

Bickford, Mabel, "The Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 12

Bissell, Malcolm H., Jr., "Geography and Human Ecology", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 13

Bissell, Malcolm H., "Marginality and Self-Concepts in a Mass Society," Sociology 210, student paper, 1950

Box 250   Folder 14

Blackiston, Don T., "The Family and the Criminal", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 15

Blair, Carolyn W., "A Survey of Parent Education", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 250   Folder 16

Block, Eleanor C., Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 250   Folder 17

Blumenthal, Eveline, "A Family Study", Sociology 351, The Family, student paper, 1931

Box 250   Folder 18

Bonneville, Hazel, "Combination of Book Reports", "Present Day Role of the Married Woman", 1928

Box 250   Folder 19

Booth, Phyllis, Charlotta Evans, "Revised Forms on Child", Sociology 251, student paper, questionnaires, nd.

Box 250   Folder 20

Bottomley, George E., "A Study of My Family, Using the Seven Part Outline", student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 21

Bowman, Miriam A., "A Happy Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1917

Box 250   Folder 22

Boyer, Evelyn F., "A Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 250   Folder 23

Boyer, Philips B., "Things I Wish My Husband Wouldn't Do and Things I Wish My Wife Wouldn't Do", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 24

Breen, Leonard Z, "Distribution of Industry in the City of Chicago and the Separation of Place of Work from Place of Residence for 1940 and 1947", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1950

Box 250   Folder 25

Brimson, Alice W., "My Family," Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 250   Folder 26

Brooks, Margaret, "An Individual Case History of the Family", Sociology 251, student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 27

Brown, Gertrude (Irene), "Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 250   Folder 28

Brown, L.D., "Autobiographical Study", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 250   Folder 29

Brown, L.D., "Factors which Appear in Abnormal Family Relationships Taken from Records of 2013 Juvenile Court Cases", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 1

Bryan, William F., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 2

Bueno, Manuel, Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 251   Folder 3

Burcaw, Ellis, "The Family in Central Asia", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 251   Folder 4

Burke, Lucy, "Study of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 5

Burton, Augusta, "An Autobiographical Study of the Family", student paper, 1927

Box 251   Folder 6

Butler, Arthur P., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 7

Button, Augusta, "Stubbornness: A Preliminary Study of Seventy-Five Cases at the Institute for Juvenile Research", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 8

Byrd, Pauline, "Autobiographical Study of the Family", student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 9

Callander, A.R., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 10

Canty, Alice H., Sociology 351, student paper, 1936

Box 251   Folder 11

Carpenter, Thomas P., "The Isolation of the Homeless Man in Chicago", Sociology 310, student paper and final exam, 1929

Box 251   Folder 12

Carpenter, Thomas P., "Life History of George Lewis Alexander", nd.

Box 251   Folder 13

Carr, Lela B., "The Meeting of Young People in a Rural District", student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 14

Carr, Lela B., Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 251   Folder 15

Carruth, Max L., "Decentralization with Special Reference to the Neighborhood Plan", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 251   Folder 16

Cary, Margaret L, "The Study of a Family", Sociology 104, student paper, nd.

Box 251   Folder 17

Cell, Clark W., Sociology 11, student papers, 1924

Box 251   Folder 18

Cerveny, Vincent J., "A Comparison of the Home and Family Plans of a Couple (With Dissimilar Family Backgrounds) with Those of Their Parents", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 252   Folder 1

Chambers, Martha, "Factors that Operate to Divide People into Groups", student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 2

Chambers, Martha, magazine advertisements, student paper, 1949

Box 252   Folder 3

Changnon, Edna M., "Americanization of Edward Bok: An Autobiography", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 4

Changnon, Edna M., "A Study of the Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 252   Folder 5

Charnow, Rose, "Autobiography of Experiences in Tuley High School", Social Pathology, student paper, 1929

Box 252   Folder 6

Church, C.C., "The Family as a Congenial Social Group", Sociology 5, student paper, 1917

Box 252   Folder 7

Church, Dorothy, Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 252   Folder 8

Cobb, M.E., Sociology 310, student paper and final exam, 1929

Box 252   Folder 9

Cohen, Isidore, "On Family Tensions", Sociology 11, student paper, 1923

Box 252   Folder 10

Cohen, Florence F., family, student paper, 1938

Box 252   Folder 11

Cohn, Evalyn, Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 252   Folder 12

Cohn, Mildred, "My Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 252   Folder 13

Coleman, Elisabeth L., "The Study of a Family-The Tenets", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 252   Folder 14

Comegys, Eva, "Study of a Family", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 15

Connelly, Richard, Sociology 210, student paper, 1949

Box 252   Folder 16

Cook, Frances, "An Analysis of a Family", Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 252   Folder 17

Cooper, Grace V., "Autobiographical Sketch", Sociology 104, student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 18

Copeland, Lewis, "A Composite Day in the Life of the Scott Family," student paper, n.d.

Box 252   Folder 19

Cottrell, Leonard S., Jr. and Fred M. Zorbaugh, "The Case of a Family Conflict and a Problem Boy", Sociology 361, student paper, 1927

Box 252   Folder 20

Crawford, Jno. W., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 252   Folder 21

Cressey, Paul F., "The Autobiographical Study of the Family", student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 22

Cressey, Paul F., "Chinese Family Life as Reflected in Chinese Literature", student paper, nd.

Box 252   Folder 23

Cserepes, Walter, "Why?", Seminar in Social Pathology, student paper, 1950

Box 252   Folder 24

Curtis, Charles Grant, "Technology and Human Ecology", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 253   Folder 1

Dahir, James W., student papers

Box 253   Folder 2

Dalton, Melville, Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, nd.

Box 253   Folder 3

Darr, Marjorie H., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 253   Folder 4

David, Geo. F., "Life Histories of the Sex Life of College Girls", Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 253   Folder 5

Davis, Hilda, "Dating, Rating, Paring on a Campus", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 253   Folder 6

DeGraff, H.O., "Study of a Family", student paper, nd.

Box 253   Folder 7

Deutsche, Edgar R. , "Tentative Outline for the Study of a Family," Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 253   Folder 8

Dickens, Dorothy, mother and daughter relationship, Sociology 351, examination, 1932

Box 253   Folder 9

Dickinson, Arthur L., "Paper on the Study of the Family", nd.

Box 253   Folder 10

Diehl, Lois, Sociology 310, student paper, 1929

Box 253   Folder 11

Dollard, John, "Outline of a Sociological Approach to the University of Chicago", nd.

Box 253   Folder 12

Donovan, Frances, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 253   Folder 13

Dougherty, Earl J., "Family: Case Study", Sociology 11, student paper, nd

Box 253   Folder 14

Downey, H.E., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 253   Folder 15

Doyle, Bertram W., Sociology 11, student papers, 1923-24

Box 253   Folder 16

Dreer, Herman, "An Analysis of the Factors that Brought My Wife and Me Together", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 253   Folder 17

Drewry, Ranveig, "Child Rearing as a Means of Determining the Modal Personality (with Special Reference to Norway and Sweden)", Sociology 256, Social Pathology student paper, 1950

Box 253   Folder 18

Drucker, Abe, "Personality Studies at Boys' Club", "Report of Union League Club for Boys Located at 19th and Leavitt St", Sociology 270, Social Pathology student papers, 1927

Box 253   Folder 19

Duflot, Joseph L., Sociology 11, exam answers, 1924

Box 253   Folder 20

Duflot, Joseph L., Sociology 11, student papers, nd.

Box 253   Folder 21

Edwards, G.F., "Interpretation of Psychodynamic Session (The Case of Herbert)", student paper, 1941

Box 253   Folder 22

Eells, Patricia A., "Study of the Incidence of Rheumatic Fever in relation to Various Indices of Poverty", student paper, 1946

Box 253   Folder 23

Ehle, Marie, "Study of a Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 253   Folder 24

Eisendrath, Ruth, "The Eisendrath Family", Sociology 351, The Family, 1929

Box 253   Folder 25

Eisendrath, Ruth, "The Eisendrath Family", Soc 351, The Family, photograph, 1929

Box 254   Folder 1

El Easy, Ahmed F., "My Family History", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 2

Ellis, Everett, Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 3

Elston, Lewis, "Ecological Influences in the Location of Cities", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 4

Emerson, J., "Divorce, Desertion and the Business Cycle", Sociology 270, student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 5

Emmerich, Walter, "Report on Readings", Home Econ. 232, student paper, 1950

Box 254   Folder 6

Everett, Rachel, "Sociologizing the Farm Home thru Extension Work", nd.

Box 254   Folder 7

Everett, Rachel, "Study of Family", student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 8

Fabbrini, Adeline, "Report of Case from Child Guidance Clinic", student paper, 1930

Box 254   Folder 9

Fahs, Dorothy, "The Strike", nd.

Box 254   Folder 10

Fahs, Dorothy, "The Political Strike", Sociology 310 student paper, 1929

Box 254   Folder 11

Fairbanks, George W., Sociology 270, Social Pathology student papers, YMCA programs and brochure, 1927

Box 254   Folder 12

Farber, Bernard, "Human Ecology and Symbolization in Art", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 254   Folder 13

Faris, George, "My Experience as a Cab Driver", Soc 264, student paper, 1930

Box 254   Folder 14

Faris, Robert, Joseph Weckler, "An Investigation of Juvenile Delinquency in Hyde Park", Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1927

Box 254   Folder 15

Farsheig, Genevieve, "A Brief Study of Married Women Who Had Been in Business or a Profession before Marriage", Sociology 461, student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 16

Fatland, Ivy L., "Study of a Family", student paper, 1923

Box 254   Folder 17

Festersen, Anna N., Autobiography

Box 254   Folder 18

Finnerin, Mabel, "Difference between Work and Play," Sociology 358, student paper, 1934

Box 254   Folder 19

Fisher, Ijourie S., "A Case Study of an American Extended Family," Sociology 251, student paper, 1947

Box 254   Folder 20

Flapan, Harry, "A Study of Newspaper Advice Columns", nd

Box 254   Folder 21

Fontana, James, "Rose: A Human Drama Depicting the Victim of a Social Process-In Four Acts", Sociology 270, student paper, 1941

Box 254   Folder 22

Fram, Leon, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 254   Folder 23

Frank, R.W., "The Study of the Family of Emma K-", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 1

Freed, Ava Lou, "Case Study of 4389", Education 312, student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 2

Fricke, Irma B., "A Three Generation Study in a Rural Area", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 255   Folder 3

Fried, Adele, "An Autobiographical Study of the Family", The Family student paper, 1927

Box 255   Folder 4

Friedrich, A.A., "A Neighborhood that Is Trying to Organize: A Community Study of W. Pullman", nd.

Box 255   Folder 5

Fukuya, S.M., "The Past and Present of the Japanese Family; An Historical and Sociological Analysis", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 6

Fukuyama, Toshiko K., "Some Aspects of Change in the Patterns of Engagement and Marriage in Contemporary Japanese Life", Sociology 353, Engagement and Marriage student paper, 1952

Box 255   Folder 7

Fuller, Harold R., "An Ecological Study of a Chicago Community: Mount Greenwood", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 255   Folder 8

Fulrath, Logan, Sociology 11, student papers, nd.

Box 255   Folder 9

Fulton, Thompson R., "The Sex Life of Public Health Institute Patient no. 136973", Sociology 351, student paper, n.d.

Box 255   Folder 10

Gaddis, Merrill E., "Autobiographical Study of Our Family", Sociology 351, The Family student paper, 1927

Box 255   Folder 11

Gaddis, Merrill E., "The Role of the Minister in Family Life", student paper, 1927

Box 255   Folder 12

Gates, Floy Perkinson, "Juvenile Delinquency and the War", nd.

Box 255   Folder 13

Geurch, Milton, "Outline of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 255   Folder 14

Geurch, Milton, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 15

Gilbert, Jean, "The Veteran and His Family", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 255   Folder 16

Gilbert, Laura M., "Disorganization among Negro Families in the United States", student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 17

Gilbertson, Mildred S., "Term Paper: The Study of the 'C' Family", Sociology 51, student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 18

Gilson, Bernard, "Human Relations in Different Selling Situations", student paper, nd.

Box 255   Folder 19

Gilson, Charlotte, "Data Obtained from Sampling of Petitions for Divorce Filed in Cook County, Illinois, April 27, 1946 to July 1, 1946", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 255   Folder 20

Gingrich, Mary, "Within a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 255   Folder 21

Gist, Noel P., "Urban-Rural Movement of Population", nd.

Box 255   Folder 22

Glaser, Daniel, "Predicting the Rehabilitation of Criminals", Sociology 333, student paper, 1950

Box 255   Folder 23

Goldsmith, Harold, "Age-Sex Distribution of Chicago by Community Area for 1940", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1950

Box 256   Folder 1

Goldstein, Esther, Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1927

Box 256   Folder 2

Gordon, Buford F., "Life History of Family 'X'", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 3

Gordon, Lawrence J., Sociology 210, examination answers, 1949

Box 256   Folder 4

Gould, Charles P. "Analysis of the Case Study of Milton Walker", Soc 373, final exam, 1930

Box 256   Folder 5

Graves, Charles, Jr., Sociology 364, Human Ecology, examination answers, 1951

Box 256   Folder 6

Green, Ceola, "Comparative Study of the Culture and Family of the Samoans and the Lower-Class Negroes", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 256   Folder 7

Greever, Lettie Uzil, "A Study of White Families on Grand Boulevard, Thirty-fifth Street to Thirty-seventh Street", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 256   Folder 8

Griebel, Esther, "The Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 9

Griebel, Esther E., Sociology 11, student papers, 1923

Box 256   Folder 10

Gustafson, John F., "5 'Vet' Interviews", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 256   Folder 11

Habenstein, Robert Wesley, "A Culture Case Study of the Medieval English Peasant Family", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 256   Folder 12

Habenstein, Robert, The Family examination answers, nd.

Box 256   Folder 13

Hachtman, Eva, "My Life and My Family", The Family student paper, 1927

Box 256   Folder 14

Hallam, Julia C., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 256   Folder 15

Haney, Kenneth W., "An Ecological Study of Store Location, Proprietor's Residence and Duration of Ownership of Independently-Owned Drug Stores in Hyde Park and Woodlawn, Chicago", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1951

Box 256   Folder 16

Haney, Kenneth W., "Field Study in Group and Individual Relationships", student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 17

Hardy, Douglas, "Harmony as a Criterion in the Prediction of Marital Adjustment", Sociology 452, Prediction of Marital Adjustment, student paper, 1947

Box 256   Folder 18

Harms, Mary, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 19

Harris, Caryl R., "The Story of Jane and Jack", Sociology 352, student paper, 1927

Box 256   Folder 20

Hartmann, George E., "A Refutation of the Birth Control Argument (Continued)", Social Pathology student paper

Box 256   Folder 21

Havlick, Lucille, "The Meeting of Young People in the City", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 22

Hawk, David B., "The Basic Wish", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 256   Folder 23

Hawkins, L.B., student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 24

Hawthorne, Jessie S., "Suburban Life in Norwood", nd.

Box 256   Folder 25

Hawthorne, Jessie S., various papers, nd.

Box 256   Folder 26

Hayes, Carmel, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 256   Folder 27

Heikoff, Joseph M., "The Garden City vs. the Urban Metropolis", Human Ecology student paper, 1951

Box 257   Folder 1

Heineman, Cora DeGraff, "The Division of Labor between Husband and Wife with Special Reference to the Middle-Aged Woman", Sociology 351, student paper, 1926, Burgess notes

Box 257   Folder 2

Henderson, Elmer W., "Some Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency in the Negro Community of Chicago", student paper, 1939

Box 257   Folder 3

Henderson, J.N., "Accommodation in Mixed Negro-White Neighborhoods in Chicago", Sociology 210, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 4

Herson, Muriel, Sociology 210, examination answers, 1949

Box 257   Folder 5

Hines, W.L., "The Use of Houses as Sources of Satisfaction of Some Characteristic Needs of Mankind other than Physical Needs", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 6

Hirsch, Mollie S., "A Case Study-The Story of My Life", student paper, 1927

Box 257   Folder 7

Hirsch, Mollie S., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 8

Hirsch, Ruth, Sociology 364, Human Ecology, examination answers, 1951

Box 257   Folder 9

Hoerr, Lucile M., "Us", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 257   Folder 10

Hoffman, Helen, "The Morgan Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 11

Hoge, E.W., "Stability in the Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 12

Holwerda, G.J., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 13

Houlahan, Eileen, "The Relationship of the Home Economics Teacher to the Family", student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 14

Hovey, A.A., "Outline Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 15

Howard, Mary, Sociology 104, student paper, 1927

Box 257   Folder 16

Hu, T.C., "The Study of My Own Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 17

Hughes, Everett C., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

  • Folder18: Hupfer, Albert J., "A Study of an Only Child", Sociology 270, student paper, nd.
Box 257   Folder 19

Hyman, Elizabeth M., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 20

Iklé, Fred Charles, "Problems of Prediction through Social Trends", Sociology 333, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 21

Irwin, Alta Eloise, "Paper No. 2, The Family", student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 22

Jackson, Elizabeth, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 23

Jaco, E. Gartly, Sociology 364, examination answers, 1951

Box 257   Folder 24

Jaco, E. Gartly, "A Study of the Spatial Distribution of Churches in Chicago, 1925", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1951

Box 257   Folder 25

Jacobs, Jesse A., "Case Report: Social Re-adjustment of Delinquent Boys," student paper, 1932

Box 257   Folder 26

Jenkings, F.R., "Cases of Negro Families", Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 257   Folder 27

Jennings, J.D., "The Penitente Brothers", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 28

Johnson, C.F., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 29

Johnson, Leonard G., "Some Relations of Human Ecology to Anthropology," human ecology, student paper, 1950

Box 257   Folder 30

Johnson, Lucille, Marriage Adjustment Survey interviews, The Family, nd.

Box 257   Folder 31

Johnson, Lucille, "Marriage Adjustment Survey Report, Case # V 102", student paper, nd.

Box 257   Folder 32

Johnstone, Helen M., "The Polish Family", student paper, 1918

Box 258   Folder 1

Jones, Mrs. H.P., "Study-'The Family'", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 258   Folder 2

Jones, Lewis, family, class paper, book review, n.d.

Box 258   Folder 3

Jones, R.C., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 258   Folder 4

Jones, R.W., Jr., "An Ecological Approach to the Study of Incidence of Poliomyelitis", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1951

Box 258   Folder 5

Jones, Robert C., "The Family", student exam, nd.

Box 258   Folder 6

Jurz, Vera M., "The M-Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 258   Folder 7

Kabaker, H., "The Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 258   Folder 8

Kalechus, Peter, "Autobiography", 1930

Box 258   Folder 9

Kanthak, Augusta, Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1945

Box 258   Folder 10

Kaplan, Bernard, "The Jewish Family in America", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 258   Folder 11

Kaplan, Max R., "Case History and Analysis of the Four Wishes", "Case History and Analysis of the Changing Roles of Husband and Wife", Sociology 251, The Family student papers, nd.

Box 258   Folder 12

Katterjohn, Henry, "A Detailed Study of the K. Family", student paper, nd.

Box 258   Folder 13

Kautz, Amanda Tichenor, "Prediction of Success or Failure in Marriage", Sociology 333, student paper, 1950

Box 258   Folder 14

Kavolis, Vytautas M., "The Socio-Ecological Pattern in he Formation of Lithuanian Marriage Mores", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1951

Box 258   Folder 15

Keen, Elizabeth, "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 258   Folder 16

Kendall, Virginia, "Description of History of Unmarried Person", nd., Burgess notes

Box 258   Folder 17

Kenyon, James, "The Approach to the study of Human Ecology through Business Real Estate values in Chicago" Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 258   Folder 18

Kessler, Edward S., "The Helicopter and the City", Seminar in Technology, Social Change and Urbanization student paper, 1951

Box 258   Folder 19

Kilpatrick, Frances, "Study of Fifteen Families", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 258   Folder 20

Kimmel, Alan D., "Types and Techniques of Mapping Used in Ecological Research", Sociology 364. Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 258   Folder 21

Kincheloe, "Life History of the Kimball Family", "A Day in the Kimball Family", nd.

Box 258   Folder 22

Kincheloe, S.C., "The Prophet", nd.

Box 258   Folder 23

King, Winifred, Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 258   Folder 24

Klein, Charlotte, "Autobiographical Study of Two Informal Life Histories," Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 259   Folder 1

Klein, Charlotte, "Clippings from the Daily News and Chicago Tribune April 12 to June 8, 1932 on the Problems of Love and Married Life", Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 259   Folder 2

Klein, Emily R., "Juvenile Court Case Work", student paper, 1927

Box 259   Folder 3

Klem, John A., "Some Ecological Factors Involved in the Location of Handbooks in the City of Chicago", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 259   Folder 4

Klieman, Rebecca, Sociology 373, Term Paper and Final Exam, 1931

Box 259   Folder 5

Kolaja, J., "The Theory of Ecological Units, Factors, and Processes", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 259   Folder 6

Korbel, Ethelyn, Sociology 310 term paper, 1929

Box 259   Folder 7

Koster, Edwin H., "A Sociological Study of Family 'K'", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 259   Folder 8

Krick, Leonard B., "Study of a Family, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 259   Folder 9

Krueger, E.T., "Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 259   Folder 10

Kusana, Shiko, "A Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 259   Folder 11

Langdon, Mariam, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 259   Folder 12

Langslet, Ole, "Family Conditioning and Love Behavior", The Family student paper, 1927

Box 259   Folder 13

Larson, Laverne S., "The Relation Between Personality Traits and Food Dislikes," "The Story of My Life," Sociology 351, student papers, n.d.

Box 259   Folder 14

Latture, R.N., "Growth of the City: Hobbies", 1928

Box 259   Folder 15

Lauson, L.B., "Harry Martin-A Study of His Life Organization, As Determined by His Dominant Wish, and How That Wish Arose through Insecurity in Early Family Life", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 259   Folder 16

Lavin, Dorothy, "The Role of the Family and School in the Development of Attitudes in Children", student paper, 1946

Box 259   Folder 17

Lee, Evelyn, "Study of the Family", nd.

Box 259   Folder 18

Leevy, John Roy, "Rural Open Country Neighborhoods", master's thesis abstract, 1937

Box 259   Folder 19

Leftlet, Helen Locke, "A Family Study", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 259   Folder 20

Leh, L.L., "A Sociological Study of a Small Town Church", Sociology 310, nd.

Box 259   Folder 21

Lentz, Edith M., "Critiques of Human Ecology", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 259   Folder 22

Levin, Anna G., Sociology 11, exam answers, 1923

Box 259   Folder 23

Levin, Melvin, "A Jewish Family in Transition: 1890-1946", Sociology 251, student paper, nd.

Box 259   Folder 24

Liang, Yuan, "The Chinese Family in Chicago", student paper, nd.

Box 260   Folder 1

Liao, Pao-Yun, "Characteristics of Older People", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 260   Folder 2

Liao, Pao-yun, "The Village Community: A Study of Ecological Areal Unit and Local Life in the Village of South China", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 260   Folder 3

Lidov, Arthur H., "The Interaction of Individual and Group Factors in the Determination of a Behavior Pattern: A Study of Some Factors Responsible for the Production of a Delinquent Career", Sociology 270, student paper, nd.

Box 260   Folder 4

Lifvendahl, Frances, "Family Organization and Control", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 260   Folder 5

Lind, A. W., "A Study of the Norlund Family," Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 260   Folder 6

Lind, Andrew J, et al., "A Survey of Recent Literature on the Family", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 260   Folder 7

Line, Helen E., Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 260   Folder 8

Linkletter, C.S., "The Minister and the Problem of the Family", Sociology 351, student paper, 1927

Box 260   Folder 9

Linkletter, C.S., "My Autobiography", student paper, nd.

Box 260   Folder 10

Lippman, Beverly, "Creative Artists", Social Disorganization student paper, nd.

Box 260   Folder 11

Locke, H.J., Autobiography, 1

Box 260   Folder 12

Locke, H.J., Autobiography, 2

Box 260   Folder 13

Locke, H.J., Autobiography, 3

Box 260   Folder 14

Locke, H.J., Appendix I

Box 260   Folder 15

Locke, H.J., Appendix II

Box 261   Folder 1

Logan, H.A., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 2

Lownes, Judith, "Political Disagreements in Marriage", student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 3

Lunday, George A., "The Family", student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 4

Mac Neal, Louise, "The Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 261   Folder 5

MacGill, H.G., Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 6

MacGill, Helen G., "Autobiographical Study: A Study in Family Organization", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 7

Madsen, Charles D., "The League for Industrial Democracy", Sociology 310 student paper, 1929

Box 261   Folder 8

Madsen, Eugenia, "An Immigrant Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 9

Manner, P. C., work and play, leisure and recreation, Sociology 358, n.d.

Box 261   Folder 10

Manovitz, Ruth, "Term Paper for the course in the 'Family'", 1928

Box 261   Folder 11

Mansfield, Arlyle E., "The Chinese Wife", student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 12

Marshall, Vinnie, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 13

Martin, Kenneth J., "A Study of the Location of Two Hundred Residents of the Allerton House", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 14

Massias, Olga, student paper, 1930

Box 261   Folder 15

Masterton, George, "A Study of Opposition to and Sanctions of Birth Control", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 261   Folder 16

Mayer, Albert, "The Theoretical Pattern of Urban Zones and of Family Types as Applied to the City of Chicago", Sociology 251, student paper, nd.

Box 261   Folder 17

McAfee, Mildred H., "Autobiography", Sociology 351, student paper, 1927

Box 261   Folder 18

McAfee, Mildred H., "Women Leaders and the Family", Sociology 351, student paper, 1927

Box 261   Folder 19

McCluggage, Marston, "The Family," Sociology 351, student papers, n.d.

Box 261   Folder 20

McClure, James, "The Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 261   Folder 21

McCormick, Thomas C., "A Review of the Methodology Employed in the Study of the American Rural Family", Sociology 351, The Family student paper, 1926

Box 262   Folder 1

McDermott, Valeria D., "Case Number 352, Family Case Studies", student paper and exam answers, nd.

Box 262   Folder 2

McDowell, Harold D., "Research on Human Behavior in the City", Sociology 487, student paper, 1951

Box 262   Folder 3

McGill, Kenneth H., "Occupational Stereotypes: A.M. Thesis Statement", "Criminal Stereotypes", "The School Teacher Stereotype", Sociology 310, student papers, 1930

Box 262   Folder 4

McGookin, J.Y., "Study of an Irish Family", nd.

Box 262   Folder 5

McKittrick, C.E., "A Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 262   Folder 6

McKnight, Jas. R.P., "A Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 262   Folder 7

McLaughlin, Sociology 251, examination answers, nd.

Box 262   Folder 8

McLaughlin, Marion W., "A Study of the Wishes and Fears of Siblings Who Entered an Institution for Dependent Children in 1944", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 262   Folder 9

Melikian, Levon, "Recent Trends in the Arab Family of Palestine", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 262   Folder 10

Melin, Henry, examination answers, nd.

Box 262   Folder 11

Meroney, W.P., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 262   Folder 12

Michod, Else M., "The Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 262   Folder 13

Miller, Claude P., "Report on Individual Research Project", 1949

Box 262   Folder 14

Miller, Elliott, "Marriage Study," Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 262   Folder 15

Monser, Paul, "The Development of Race Prejudice", Sociology 14, student paper, 1924

Box 262   Folder 16

Monser, Paul, Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 262   Folder 17

Moreland, Theressa M., "A Study of the Cases Treated by the South Side Child Guidance Clinic", Sociology 351, student paper, 1930

Box 262   Folder 18

Morris, Charles S., Jr., "One Daughter 'The Princess' Her Royal Highness", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 262   Folder 19

Morrison, Mina B., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 262   Folder 20

Morrison, Walter L, "An Autobiographical Study of the Family", The Family student paper, 1927

Box 262   Folder 21

Morse, Dorothy L., "Study of the Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 262   Folder 22

Moses, Earl R., "Juvenile Delinquency Study: Case of William Washington," Study of Society, student paper, 1929

Box 262   Folder 23

Moses, Earl R., "Statement of a Plan for a Sociological Study of Juvenile Delinquency among Negroes in Chicago", student exam, 1929

Box 262   Folder 24

Moses, Earl R., student papers

Box 263   Folder 1

Nash, Victoria A., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 2

Nathenson, C.R., Sociology 270, Social Pathology examination answers, 1927

Box 263   Folder 3

Neely, Ann Elizabeth, "The Child Guidance Clinic and the Sociologist", Soc 270, final exam, nd.

Box 263   Folder 4

Neer, Robert M., Sociology 270, Social Pathology examination answers, 1927

Box 263   Folder 5

Nelson, Raymond E., Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 6

Neumeyer, M.H., "Study of a Family: Second Paper", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 263   Folder 7

New, Peter, "Census Tracts and Social Research", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 263   Folder 8

Nicholson, W.H., "Who Wants to Live in an Institution", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 263   Folder 9

Noss, Theodore K., "Resistance to Social Change", doctoral dissertation proposal, 1938

Box 263   Folder 10

Nyi, V.K., "A Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 11

O'Brien, J.F., "The Attitudes of the Irish-American Family", Sociology 351, The Family student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 12

O'Brien, Joseph F., "Study of the Family", Sociology 351, The Family student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 13

O'Connor, Carolyn, "A Summary of Recent Studies in Sibling Rivalry", student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 14

O'Laughlin, Florence M., "The Normal Family", Sociology 5, n.d.

Box 263   Folder 15

Okada, Miyo, "A Study of Family Role (in Japan)," Sociology 351, student paper, n.d.

Box 263   Folder 16

Olsen, Doris, child and school, Sociology 351, student paper, n.d.

Box 263   Folder 17

Oppenheim, Jack, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 18

Pan, Ju-Shu, "A Study of the Influence of Institutionalization on the Social Adjustment of Old People", student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 19

Parks, Blanche, "The Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 20

Paulson, Albert J., Bertha M. Zahren, "A Study of the Disorganization and the Reorganization of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 263   Folder 21

Paustian, E.C., "A Study of My Own Family", student paper, nd.

Box 263   Folder 22

Perkins, Bert, Sociology 268 student papers, 1931

Box 263   Folder 23

Peterson, Edmund B., "The Ecological Patterns of Cleveland, Ohio", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1950

Box 263   Folder 24

Pettit, Russell, "Case Study of G.K. Smith Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 263   Folder 25

Petursson, Philip M., "The History of a Family", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 1

Philip, Wm. B., "The Study of a Modern Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 264   Folder 2

Pink, Bessie R., "Juvenile Delinquency and the Home", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 3

Ponitz, Henry J., "Family Case Study: They Were Ten", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 264   Folder 4

Provus, S., "Case History of a Capone Gangster", Sociology 371, student paper, 1938

Box 264   Folder 5

Puik, Beatrice, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 6

Raehus, R. Fred, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 7

Rall, Jane, "Some Aspects of Community Disorganization: Hiroshima", Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1946

Box 264   Folder 8

Ralph, Jack, "A Statement for a Master's Report on 'An Occupational Study of the Junk Business and the Junkie'", 1950

Box 264   Folder 9

Ratcliffe, S.C., "A Family History", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 264   Folder 10

Ray, Kate Wood, "Study of a Small Family Group", nd.

Box 264   Folder 11

Ray, Kathryn A., "Autobiographical Study of the Family", Sociology 104, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 12

Reading, E.B., "Just Plain Folks", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 264   Folder 13

Redden, Elizabeth A., mother and daughter relationship, Sociology 351, examination, 1932

Box 264   Folder 14

Reddley, Elizabeth A., "The Family", Sociology 351, student papers, n.d.

Box 264   Folder 15

Reid, C.H., "Outline for a Sociological Study of Postal Workers", nd.

Box 264   Folder 16

Reid, Cellie H., "Group Relationships, with Special Reference to 'Groups' in a United States Post office", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 17

Reinfranck, Edward C., "An Investigation of Deaths by High Blood Pressure and Arteriosclerosis", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1950

Box 264   Folder 18

Reinhard, Alma, "My Own Experience with Crime", nd.

Box 264   Folder 19

Reitman, Brutus, "Antisocial Behavior in the Homeless Man", Sociology 270, student paper

Box 264   Folder 20

Reynolds, Lucile W., "An Analysis of the Reading Interests of 100 Farm Women", Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 264   Folder 21

Rieser, Lawrence, "Personality Development and the Family," Sociology 251, student paper, n.d.

Box 264   Folder 22

Riney, Jas. C., "Autobiographical Study of the Family", student paper, nd.

Box 264   Folder 23

Risler, Walt P., "Case Study of a 'Marooned Family", 1948

Box 264   Folder 24

Risler, Walt P., "Ten Case Studies which Emphasize the Trace of Courtship Patterns in the Later Family Relations", Sociology 353 student paper, 1952

Box 264   Folder 25

Robinson, Margaret, "The Life History of a Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 264   Folder 26

Roehm, Ralph D., "A Study of a Modern Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 265   Folder 1

Rolfe, Priscilla, Sociology 351, examination answers, 1946

Box 265   Folder 2

Rondebush, M., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 3

Rosario, Jose C., "The Porto Rican Jibaro: A Study of the Effects of Individualism Upon Social Inheritance", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 4

Rosenstein, Joseph, manuscript, correspondence, 1942

Box 265   Folder 5

Ross, Ola, aunt and adopted child, Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 265   Folder 6

Rostand, Jean, "The Familists", tr. Walt P. Risler, 1951

Box 265   Folder 7

Royce, Richard B., Sociology 251, The Family examination answers, nd.

Box 265   Folder 8

Rubenstein, Ida; "A Day in the S Family", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 9

Rubinson, Rose, "Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 265   Folder 10

Rutkowski, Clara, "Autobiographical Case Study", student paper, 1927

Box 265   Folder 11

Rutter, E.B., Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 12

Sachs, Bernard, J., "A Critique of Durkheim's Concept of the Social Fact," student paper, 1951

Box 265   Folder 13

Salita, Etta, Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 14

Sanders, W.B., "A Sociological Study of the Sanders Family", student paper, 1925

Box 265   Folder 15

Sarver, Arlyne, "The Negro Woman in the United States", Sociology 210, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 16

Sater, Emma, "Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 265   Folder 17

Sayler, E., Sociology 270, Social Pathology examination answers, nd

Box 265   Folder 18

Sayler, Raymond H., "The Lingo of the Hoodlums", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 19

Sayler, Raymond H., "Routine at the Illinois State Reformatory", Sociology 310, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 20

Schafer, Marvin R., "The Function of Religion in Mental Disorders", Sociology 270, student paper, 1927

Box 265   Folder 21

Schmidt, Marie, "The Baby-Saving Campaign", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 22

Schmidt, Walter M., "The Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 23

Schmiederer, W.G., "A Settlement House Family", Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 265   Folder 24

Schnorenberg, K., "Is Divorce a Moral Right?", nd.

Box 265   Folder 25

Schulman, Mary Jean, "General Conclusions on Mental Achievements and personality Development Based on Studies of Foster Children and Identical Twins", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, 1946

Box 265   Folder 26

Scott, Olive, "Community Attitudes and Conversational Anecdotes", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 265   Folder 27

Segal, Ben, "Candy Butchers," "Degeneracy," "Cops, Crooks, and Censors," "Chorus Girls," student field studies, n.d.

Box 266   Folder 1

Seney, Wilson T., "The Negro Family and Negro Communism", Sociology 351, student paper, 1932

Box 266   Folder 2

Seymour, L.R., "Family Case", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 3

Shalkop, R.L., "A Survey of the Roman Family", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 266   Folder 4

Sherbin, Edna, "Family Problems of the Immigrant in an Urban Environment", Sociology 251, student paper, 1946

Box 266   Folder 5

Shirley, Marcellus W., "A Comparative Study of Recreational Facilities in Douglas (35) and Bridgeport (60)-in the Light of Findings from Other Recreation Studies", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 6

Shnaper, Samuel, Sociology 7, student paper, 1923

Box 266   Folder 7

Shoop, C.W., "The 'X' Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 266   Folder 8

Shulman, Harry M., "The W's, A Study in Family Life", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 266   Folder 9

Shultz, Hazel, Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Box 266   Folder 10

Sinclair, Ann, "The Biography of a Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 11

Singleton, James W., Sociology 364, Human Ecology examination answers, nd.

Box 266   Folder 12

Smith, Helen M., "A Study of Women in a Shelter", Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1935

Box 266   Folder 13

Smith, L.E., "The Family and The Small Town", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 14

Smith, R.C., "My Life History", Sociology 351, The Family student paper, 1927

Box 266   Folder 15

Smith, R.C., "Southern Family Life", Sociology 351, student paper, 1927

Box 266   Folder 16

Smythe, K., examination answers, nd.

Box 266   Folder 17

Smythe, Louan, "Changing Family Traditions in Japan", Sociology 251, student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 18

Solomon, Ruth H., Sociology 210, student paper, 1950

Box 266   Folder 19

Sonenthal, H., Sociology 270, Social Pathology examination answers, 1927

Box 266   Folder 20

Sonquist, John, "Square Dance Groups in Chicago: A Study of Associations and Interpersonal Relations", Sociology 210, student paper, nd.

Box 266   Folder 21

Soskin, Lillian Jeanette, "The Family", student paper, 1930

Box 266   Folder 22

Soutter, Caroline, "Some Causes of Personal Disorganization in the City", Sociology 270, student paper, 1939

Box 266   Folder 23

Spencer, Steven C., Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1927

Box 266   Folder 24

Spurgin, Vivian, "Types of Rural Families", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 266   Folder 25

Stanger, Robert C., "Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1923

Box 266   Folder 26

Stanton, Howard R., Sociology 210, examination answers, 1949

Box 266   Folder 27

Staple, Grace E. M., "A Biography of My Father," Sociology 251, student paper, 1947

Box 266   Folder 28

Steiger, A.J., Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, 1927

Box 266   Folder 29

Stellwagen, Dorothy, "Sociological Study of the Steele Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 266   Folder 30

Stephan, F.F., "A Young Girl's Diary", nd.

Box 267   Folder 1

Stewart, F.W., "The Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1923

Box 267   Folder 2

Strode, Josephine, "The Semb Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 267   Folder 3

Su, Karl Yu, "A Historical Study of Chinese Family-Names," student paper, n.d.

Box 267   Folder 4

Sullivan, Mary R., "Hysterical Phenomena," Social Pathology, student paper, n.d.

Box 267   Folder 5

Summers, Helen Page, "An Autobiographical Study", Sociology 351, student paper, nd.

Box 267   Folder 6

Summers, Helen Page, "A Study of the Social Reactions and Roles Taken by Pre-School Children in Spontaneous Play", student paper, nd.

Box 267   Folder 7

Sutherland, Robert L., "Religion in the Life of Negro Students at the University of Chicago", Sociology 310, student paper, 1929

Box 267   Folder 8

Swanson, G.E., Sociology 310, The Study of Society, student paper, 1943

Box 267   Folder 9

Takamashi, T., "Japanese Family", Sociology 5, student paper, n.d.

Box 267   Folder 10

Takamashi, T., "Japanese Family", Sociology 5, student paper, n.d.

Box 267   Folder 11

Takamashi, T., "Oedipus and Electra Complexes in relation to Japanese Family", student paper, nd.

Box 267   Folder 12

Talbot, Nell Snow, "Some concepts of American Sociologists", Sociology 318, student paper, n.d.

Box 267   Folder 13

Tan, Shao Hwa, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 267   Folder 14

Tatooles, Peter, papers on Greeks in Chicago, student papers, 1927

Box 267   Folder 15

Taylor, Lillian, "Introduction to Statistical Sociology", nd.

Box 267   Folder 16

Thompson, Charles A., examination answers, 1929

Box 267   Folder 17

Thomson, Charles A., "Life in a Family", The Family student paper, 1929

Box 268   Folder 1

Tobler, Rose, and Moore, "A Study of Gangs and Clubs of Fuller Park: 45th and Princeton", Sociology 270, Social Pathology student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 2

Townsend, George L, "Case of the A. Family", Sociology 351, student paper, 1930

Box 268   Folder 3

Trevor, Marie Y., "A Case Study of a Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, 1920

Box 268   Folder 4

Turner, Estelle, Sociology 251, The Family, examination answers, nd.

Box 268   Folder 5

Turner, Forrest T., "Regarding a Term Paper", Sociology 350, student paper, 1929

Box 268   Folder 6

unidentified, "The Accidental Criminal: A Study in Personality Disorganization," student paper, n.d.

Box 268   Folder 7

unidentified, "Autobiography," student paper, n.d.

Box 268   Folder 8

unidentified, "A Deaconess of the Methodist Episcopal Church", student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 9

unidentified, "Decentralization in the Chicago Metropolitan Area, 1940-1950"

Box 268   Folder 10

unidentified, "Family Case Study," student paper, n.d.

Box 268   Folder 11

unidentified, "Fascinating Phoebe", nd.

Box 268   Folder 12

unidentified, "The Growth of Philadelphia", student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 13

unidentified, "The Leggetts", nd.

Box 268   Folder 14

unidentified, manuscript on Chinese immigrant communities in Hawaii, correspondence

Box 268   Folder 15

unidentified, research plan for studying Hungarian immigrants, nd.

Box 268   Folder 16

unidentified, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 17

unidentified, Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 18

Upson, Dean, "Early Impressions and Memories", The Family student paper, 1927

Box 268   Folder 19

Van Riper, Christian, "A Plea for Birth Control", student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 20

Van Vechten, C. C., "An Autobiographic Study of My Family Life", Sociology 351, n.d.

Box 268   Folder 21

Wainscott, Clinton S., "Case Studies of Mental Conflict-Its Development and Resolution", Sociology 270 student paper, 1941

Box 268   Folder 22

Walker, Margaret, "The Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 268   Folder 23

Waller, Nannie, "The Family as a Social Institution", Sociology 104, student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 24

Wark, Nellie H., "The A Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 268   Folder 25

Warner, Donald O., ""A Few Aspects of the Chinese Family", Sociology 251 student paper, nd.

Box 269   Folder 1

Warner, Emma, "A Normal Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 269   Folder 2

Washington, Louis, "An Experiment in Interviewing", Sociology 270, student paper, n.d.

Box 269   Folder 3

Wasson, Marianne, Sociology 251, student paper, 1948

Box 269   Folder 4

Watkins, Mark Hanna, "A Study of Negro Apartment-House Life in Chicago, with Special Reference to the Presence of Diverse Family Elements in the Same Apartment", nd.

Box 269   Folder 5

Watson, W.E., "The Conceptual Systems of Cooley, Park and Miller, and Thomas", Sociology 310, student paper, 1940

Box 269   Folder 6

Wayman, Eva, "Study of a Family," Sociology 351, student paper, 1926

Box 269   Folder 7

Weber, Laura M., "Study of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 269   Folder 8

Weber, W.J., "A Study of the Weber Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 269   Folder 9

Weiger, Clara, White House Conference, student paper, 1930

Box 269   Folder 10

Weller, Forrest L., "Family Case Study", student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 1

Weller, Forrest L, "Family Life in the Church of the Brethren", student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 2

Weller, Neil J., "Case Study of L. D.," Sociology 270, student paper, 1947

Box 270   Folder 3

Werts, Leo R., "Italian Family Life", Sociology 351, student paper, 1930

Box 270   Folder 4

Westbrooke, Olive, "Oakland Community-1944", Sociology 309 student paper, 1943

Box 270   Folder 5

Wiesle, E., examination answers, nd.

Box 270   Folder 6

Wilbur, Elizabeth G., "Vocational Case Histories of Girls in Graduate Study at the University of Chicago; with Analysis of Influences Determining Vocational Interest and Choice", Sociology 310, student paper, 1929

Box 270   Folder 7

Wiley, J.H., "A Minister's Son", nd.

Box 270   Folder 8

Williams, Osceola Genevieve, "Factors in the Prediction of Success or Failure of Public School Principals", Sociology 333, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 9

Wilson, G.R., "The Browns", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 10

Wilson, Lorraine, "Wanamaker-The Family, The Town", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 11

Winget, J., "Zone and Sector Distribution of Transfer Phenomena", Dissertation Part III, nd.

Box 270   Folder 12

Wirth, Flora, "My Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1922

Box 270   Folder 13

Wise, Phyllis, "Adoption", Sociology 251, The Family student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 14

Wolf, Beatrice, "The Study of a Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 15

Wolf, H.D., "The Family", Sociology 11, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 16

Woo, Leu-Mei, "The Family", student paper, 1925

Box 270   Folder 17

Wood, Silva M., "Tensions and Accommodations within the Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1923

Box 270   Folder 18

Wood, Vivian, Sociology 210, book reports, 1951

Box 270   Folder 19 Woodard, Exean, "Study of a Family

The Charles Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1924

Box 270   Folder 20

Woodside, Moya, "Courtship and Mating in an Urban Community", student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 21

Woolbert, Helen Griffin, "Spatial Factors in the Organization of a Girls' Sunday School Class: A Study in Social Anatomy", Sociology 310, student paper, 1929

Box 270   Folder 22

Yackel, Martha E., "A Family Case Study", student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 23

Yarkovsky, Jan Julius, "The Autobiographical Study of the Family", Sociology 352, student paper, 1927

Box 270   Folder 24

Yates, Margaret D., "Life History of a Family", Sociology 5, student paper, nd.

Box 270   Folder 25

Yee, Mildred, "Progress Report on Research Project," Sociology 301A, student paper, 1945

Box 270   Folder 26

Yen, Ching-yueh, "The Story of My Life," student paper, n.d.

Box 270   Folder 27

Yeracaris, Constantine A., "A Paper on Some of the Ecological Aspects of the Process of Segregation of the Greek Ethnic Group of Chicago, with a particular emphasis on its voluntary not-for-profit associations", Sociology 364, Human Ecology student paper, 1949

Box 270   Folder 28

Zlatin, Zipporah R., "The Y Family", Sociology 11, student paper, 1925

Subseries 2: Student Papers, By Course Number

Box 271   Folder 1

Sociology 5, "Mennonite Family," "On the Spur of the Moment," student papers, 1917

Box 271   Folder 2

Sociology 5, "Family Behavior," "Family Control," student examination papers, 1920

Box 271   Folder 3

Sociology 5, The Family, student papers, 1920

Box 271   Folder 4

Sociology 5, unidentified case histories, student papers, 1920

Box 271   Folder 5

Sociology 5, student papers, 1920

Box 271   Folder 6

Sociology 11, title pages, comments on student papers, 1922

Box 271   Folder 7

Sociology 11, student exams, 1924-1925

Box 271   Folder 8

Sociology 11, "The Family" , student exams, 1924

Box 271   Folder 9

Sociology 11, The Family, student papers, 1924-1927

Box 271   Folder 10

Sociology 11, The Family, student papers, 1924

Box 272   Folder 1

Sociology 11, The Family, student papers, 1922-1924

Box 272   Folder 2

Sociology 11, case studies, newspaper clippings, notes, 1924

Box 272   Folder 3

Sociology 11 student papers and exam answers, 1923

Box 272   Folder 4

Sociology 11, student exam answers, family conflict, 1922-1923

Box 272   Folder 5

Sociology 11, student exam answers, husband and wife in old age, nd.

Box 272   Folder 6

Sociology 11, student exam answers, personal development in relation to sex, 1922

Box 272   Folder 7

Sociology 104, U.S.C. student papers, 1927

Box 272   Folder 8

Sociology 210, The Study of Society, student papers, 1950

Box 272   Folder 9

Sociology 210, The Study of Society, student examination papers, 1947-1951

Box 272   Folder 10

Sociology 210 student papers, 1948

Box 272   Folder 11

Sociology 210 student papers, 1948

Box 273   Folder 1

Sociology 210 student papers, 1951

Box 273   Folder 2

Sociology 210 student papers, 1949-1951

Box 273   Folder 3

Sociology 210, student papers, 1946

Box 273   Folder 4

Sociology 251, The Family, student examination papers, 1947

Box 273   Folder 5

Sociology 251, The Family examination answers, 1946

Box 273   Folder 6

Sociology 251, The Family examination answers, 1946

Box 273   Folder 7

Sociology 251, The Family examination answers, 1946

Box 273   Folder 8

Sociology 264, autobiography, student paper, n.d.

Box 273   Folder 9

Sociology 264, student papers, "The Ghetto", 1928-1929

Box 273   Folder 10

Sociology 266, Crime and its Social Treatment, Student Papers, 1929-1930

Box 273   Folder 11

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, student examination papers, n.d.

Box 273   Folder 12

Sociology 270; student paper, 1942

Box 273   Folder 13

Sociology 270, student papers on Chinese Laundrymen, 1941

Box 273   Folder 14

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, student papers, 1937

Box 273   Folder 15

Sociology 270, Social pathology, student examination answers, 1938

Box 274   Folder 1

Sociology 270, Social Pathology student papers , 1926-1928

Box 274   Folder 2

Sociology 270, Social Pathology student papers, 1926-1927

Box 274   Folder 3

Sociology 270, Social Pathology student papers, 1927

Box 274   Folder 4

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Police Officer Interviews, 1927

Box 274   Folder 5

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Police Officer Interviews, 1927

Box 274   Folder 6

Sociology 309, student papers, notes, manuscripts, 1941-42

Box 274   Folder 7

Sociology 310, student background papers, 1942

Box 274   Folder 8

Sociology 310, "The Study of Society," student background papers, course outline, bibliography, 1938, 1940

Box 274   Folder 9

Sociology 310, "The Study of Society," student background papers, course outline, bibliography, 1938, 1940

Box 274   Folder 10

Sociology 310, student papers, 1934

Box 275   Folder 1

Sociology 310, Social Pathology and the Study of Society, student

  • papers, 1930
Box 275   Folder 2

Sociology 310, Social Pathology and the Study of Society, student

  • papers, 1930
Box 275   Folder 3

Sociology 310, Social Pathology and the Study of Society, student

  • papers, 1930
Box 275   Folder 4

Sociology 310, The Study of Society, student examinations, 1929

Box 275   Folder 5

Sociology 310, student papers, 1929

Box 275   Folder 6

Sociology 310, student papers, 1932

Box 275   Folder 7

Sociology 310, student papers, 1930-1931

Box 275   Folder 8

Sociology 310, student papers, 1930

Box 275   Folder 9

Sociology 310, student papers, 1930

Box 276   Folder 1

Sociology 310, student papers, 1930

Box 276   Folder 2

Sociology 310, student papers, 1930

Box 276   Folder 3

Sociology 310, student papers, 1937

Box 276   Folder 4

Sociology 310 examination answers, 1938

Box 276   Folder 5

Sociology 351, "The Family", student papers, nd.

Box 276   Folder 6

Sociology 351, student papers, background to the family, 1930

Box 276   Folder 7

Sociology 351, student papers, 1931

Box 276   Folder 8

Sociology 351, sex case histories, student papers, 1930, 1932

Box 276   Folder 9

Sociology 351, Large family systems, student papers, 1931-1940

Box 277   Folder 1

Sociology 351, "The Family," student background papers, 1930-1931

Box 277   Folder 2

Sociology 351, The Family, life histories, bereavement, student papers, 1928-1929

Box 277   Folder 3

Sociology 351, The Family, life histories, bereavement, student papers, 1928-1929

Box 277   Folder 4

Sociology 351, "Autobiography", The Family, student paper, n.d.

Box 277   Folder 5

Sociology 351, "Autobiography", The Family, student paper, n.d.

Box 277   Folder 6

Sociology 351, student papers, 1932

Box 278   Folder 1

Sociology 351, student papers, 1932

Box 278   Folder 2

Sociology 351, student papers, 1932

Box 278   Folder 3

Sociology 351, examinations, notes, 1932

Box 278   Folder 4

Sociology 351, personality schedules, student papers, 1932

Box 278   Folder 5

Sociology 251, The Family, student papers, exams, 1943

Box 278   Folder 6

Sociology 251, The Family, student papers, exams, 1943

Box 278   Folder 7

Sociology 351; The Family, student papers, 1950

Box 278   Folder 8

Sociology 351, marriage study, prediction, student papers, nd.

Box 278   Folder 9

Sociology 351, Catherine Gaulick, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400a, nd.

Box 278   Folder 10

Sociology 351, K. Stoyanoff, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400b, nd.

Box 278   Folder 11

Sociology 351, Ruth M. Fellinger, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400c, nd.

Box 278   Folder 12

Sociology 351, Barbara Dodge, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400d, nd.

Box 279   Folder 1

Sociology 351, Myra Joffee, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400e, nd.

Box 279   Folder 2

Sociology 351, Marie Reese, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400f, nd.

Box 279   Folder 3

Sociology 351, Janet Carolyn Wolf, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400g, nd.

Box 279   Folder 4

Sociology 351, H. Trousdale, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400h, nd.

Box 279   Folder 5

Sociology 351, John C. Worsham, Jr., Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400i, nd.

Box 279   Folder 6

Sociology 351, Ira H. Latimer, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 400h, nd.

Box 279   Folder 7

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 401, nd.

Box 279   Folder 8

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 402, nd.

Box 279   Folder 9

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 403, nd.

Box 279   Folder 10

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 405, nd.

Box 279   Folder 11

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 406, nd.

Box 279   Folder 12

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 407, nd.

Box 279   Folder 13

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 411, nd.

Box 279   Folder 14

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 412, nd.

Box 279   Folder 15

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 413, nd.

Box 279   Folder 16

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 415, nd.

Box 279   Folder 17

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 416, nd.

Box 279   Folder 18

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 417, nd.

Box 279   Folder 19

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 420, nd.

Box 279   Folder 20

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 425a, nd.

Box 279   Folder 21

Sociology 351, A. Jane Moore, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 425b, nd.

Box 279   Folder 22

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 426, nd.

Box 279   Folder 23

Sociology 351, Alice Joan Herlihy, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 428, nd.

Box 279   Folder 24

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 429, nd.

Box 279   Folder 25

Sociology 351, Jane Weber, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 430, nd.

Box 280   Folder 1

Sociology 351, Pearl Foster, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 432, nd.

Box 280   Folder 2

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 433, nd.

Box 280   Folder 3

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 436, nd.

Box 280   Folder 4

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 440, nd.

Box 280   Folder 5

Sociology 351, Leland C. DeVinney, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 445, nd.

Box 280   Folder 6

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 447, nd.

Box 280   Folder 7

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 448, nd.

Box 280   Folder 8

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 449, nd.

Box 280   Folder 9

Sociology 351, unidentified, Autobiographical study of the family, class papers, case no. 451, nd.

Box 280   Folder 10

Sociology 351, Autobiographical Family Studies, 1926

Box 280   Folder 11

Sociology 351, Student Case Studies, 1926

Box 280   Folder 12

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930

Box 280   Folder 13

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1927-1932

Box 280   Folder 14

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1934

Box 281   Folder 1

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930-1932

Box 281   Folder 2

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930-1932

Box 281   Folder 3

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1932

Box 281   Folder 4

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1929

Box 281   Folder 5

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930-1932

Box 281   Folder 6

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1932

Box 282   Folder 1

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1932

Box 282   Folder 2

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1923

Box 282   Folder 3

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930

Box 282   Folder 4

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930

Box 282   Folder 5

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930-1931

Box 282   Folder 6

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930

Box 282   Folder 7

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1930

Box 283   Folder 1

Sociology 351, "A Day in the Life of a Family", student papers, 1926

Box 283   Folder 2

Sociology 351, student papers and exams, 1930

Box 283   Folder 3

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1926-1927

Box 283   Folder 4

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, statistical, 1927

Box 283   Folder 5

Sociology 351, The Family, student papers, 1926

Box 284   Folder 1

Sociology 351 "The Family", student papers, 1927

Box 284   Folder 2

Sociology 352, student exam answers, 1927

Box 284   Folder 3

Sociology 355, student papers, nd.

Box 284   Folder 4

Sociology 364, 464, Human Ecology, student papers, 1948-1950

Box 284   Folder 5

Sociology 364, Human Ecology, examination answers, 1951

Box 284   Folder 6

Sociology 364, Human Ecology student papers, 1950

Box 284   Folder 7

Sociology 371, Criminology, student papers, 1939

Subseries 3: Student Papers, By Topic

Box 284   Folder 8

Autobiographical Family Studies, student papers, 1925-1928

Box 284   Folder 9

Autobiography, student papers, nd.

Box 284   Folder 10

"Case of family conflict in relation to the four wishes", student exam answers, 1922

Box 284   Folder 11

Crime and Criminology, student papers, 1939

Box 284   Folder 12

Dating, student papers, 1943-1949

Box 284   Folder 13

Factors in Mate Selection, student papers, 1946

Box 285   Folder 1

Factors in Mate Selection, student papers, 1946

Box 285   Folder 2

The Family, student exam answers, n.d.

Box 285   Folder 3

The Family, student exam answers, nd.

Box 285   Folder 4

The Family, student papers, 1924-1927

Box 285   Folder 5

The Family, student papers, 1932

Box 285   Folder 6

The Family, student papers and exam answers, 1932

Box 286   Folder 1

The Family, Sociology 5, 11, 104, 351, student papers, 1923-1929

Box 286   Folder 2

The Family, Sociology 5, 11, 104, 351, student papers, 1923-1929

Box 286   Folder 3

Family Case Studies, student papers, 1926

Box 286   Folder 4

Individuated, papers, notes, nd.

Box 286   Folder 5

Interracial marriage, manuscripts, notes, student paper, clipping, 1931

Box 286   Folder 6

The Life of a Widower (or Widow), student exam answers, nd.

Box 286   Folder 7

Marital Difficulties Due to Occupation, student papers, 1923

Box 286   Folder 8

Marriage and Divorce, student papers, 1925

Box 286   Folder 9

Ministers' Families, student papers, 1924

Box 286   Folder 10

Miscellaneous, student papers and exams, nd.

Box 287   Folder 1

Miscellaneous, student papers and exam answers, 1932

Box 287   Folder 2

Miscellaneous, student papers and exam answers, 1945

Box 287   Folder 3

Motion Pictures, student papers, nd.

Box 287   Folder 4

Parent/Child Conflicts, student papers, 1922-1923

Box 287   Folder 5

Physical Defects and Social Status, student papers, 1926-1927

Box 287   Folder 6

Religious Differences, student papers, 1927

Box 287   Folder 7

School and Delinquency, student papers, 1929

Box 287   Folder 8

Social Pathology, student papers and exam answers, 1945

Box 287   Folder 9

Taxi-dance Hall, student reports, nd.

Box 287   Folder 10

Unmarried Person, student papers, 1921-1923

Box 287   Folder 11

War and Family Unity, Sociology 203, 251, student papers, 1944-1945

Box 287   Folder 12

Wife in Business/Woman in Business, student exam answers, nd.

Subseries 4: Course Materials

Box 288   Folder 1

Sociology 34, "Chapter VI. The Commercialization of Recreation," class reading, n.d.

Box 288   Folder 2

Sociology 118, Marriage and Family Counseling, course materials

Box 288   Folder 3

Sociology and Social Work 118, Marriage and Family Counseling, course materials

Box 288   Folder 4

Sociology 160, "Marriage and the Family", Reuben Hill, course outline, 1940-1941

Box 288   Folder 5

SS 206, 307, Take-Home Examination

Box 288   Folder 6

Sociology 210, "The Study of Society," reading list, course outline, n.d.

Box 288   Folder 7

Sociology 264, notes

Box 288   Folder 8

Sociology 265, The City, bibliography, 1948

Box 288   Folder 9

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, bibliography, course outlines, examinations, 1935

Box 288   Folder 10

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 288   Folder 11

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 288   Folder 12

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 288   Folder 13

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 288   Folder 14

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 1

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 2

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 3

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 4

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 5

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, Chapter outlines, readings, lectures, 1935-1940

Box 289   Folder 6

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, notes

Box 289   Folder 7

Sociology 270, Social Pathology, notes, course materials, 1927

Box 289   Folder 8

Sociology 309, lecture notes, n.d.

Box 289   Folder 9

Sociology 310, exams

Box 289   Folder 10

Sociology 310, Social Pathology and the Study of Society, course materials

Box 289   Folder 11

Sociology 346, The City, examination, bibliography, 1936

Box 289   Folder 12

Sociology 351, The Family bibliography

Box 289   Folder 13

Sociology 351, The Family, bibliography, reprint, 1926

Box 290   Folder 1

Sociology 351, The Family, correspondence, examinations, 1932

Box 290   Folder 2

Sociology 351, The Family, course materials

Box 290   Folder 3

Sociology 351, The Family, readings, bibliography, n.d.

Box 290   Folder 4

Sociology 351, The Family, readings, bibliography, n.d.

Box 290   Folder 5

Sociology 351, "Questions upon Family Research," examination questions, n.d.

Box 290   Folder 6

Sociology 351, Reading Assignments, nd.

Box 290   Folder 7

Sociology 351, "The Study of the Family," lectures, bibliography, n.d.

Box 290   Folder 8

Sociology 364, 301A, Advanced Field Studies: The Community, bibliographies, notes, 1948-1949

Box 290   Folder 9

Sociology 364, 464, Human Ecology, course outline, lecture notes, bibliography, 1949-1950

Box 290   Folder 10

Sociology 364, 464, Human Ecology, notes, 1949-1950

Box 290   Folder 11

Sociology 371, "Criminology," bibliography, n.d.

Box 290   Folder 12

Sociology 378, "Bibliography in Personality Disorganization", nd.

Box 291   Folder 1

Appointments, old study, n.d.

Box 291   Folder 2

Bonner, Hubert, Clarence H. Schettler, "Sociology 351 (The Family)", University of Chicago Extension Division, Home-Study Department, 1942

Box 291   Folder 3

"Bibliography on the Family," "Tentative Bibliography of Recent Books and Articles on the Family," reprint, manuscript, 1926

Box 291   Folder 4

Burgess, Ernest W., and Paul Wallin, "Predicting Adjustment in Engagement and Marriage," "Next Steps in the Prediction of Adjustment in Engagement and Marriage," manuscripts, n.d.

Box 291   Folder 5

Criminology course materials, nd.

Box 291   Folder 6

"Chapter V., The Family as an Institution", outline, nd.

Box 291   Folder 7

The Family, course outlines and notes

Box 291   Folder 8

Howd, Cloice R., "Problem-Questions in Sociology to Accompany Park and Burgess: An Introduction to the Science of Sociology", 1929

Box 291   Folder 9

Human Behavior in the City, summer course advertisement, 1951Folder 10: Human Ecology, course outline, n.d.

Box 291   Folder 11

McCall, Bevode C., Peter E. Siegle, "The Individual in American Society: Syllabus in Social Science 111, General Education in the Social Sciences", University of Illinois, Chicago Undergraduate Division, 1951

Box 291   Folder 12

Outline for Report on Religion, Questionnaire

Box 291   Folder 13

Rural sociology bibliography

Box 291   Folder 14

Student correspondence, 1927-1946

Box 291   Folder 15

student grade lists

Series X: Manuscripts by Others

This series comprises an alphabetized list of articles and offprints by other scholars. In this list, MA and PhD thesis proposals are also evident. Material in this series ranges in date between 1912 and 1963, with a concentration in the 1940s and 1950s. All of Burgess's major research interests are covered in this collection, supplementing the material found throughout Burgess I and II. Some number of essays in this series are concerned with research topics far outside Burgess's own, specifically, works on the sociology of Jewish and Israeli culture. This creates the impression that these are either general departmental files, or that Burgess's own files were supplemented with those of someone in the department working on this topic such as Elihu Katz.

Box 292   Folder 1

Adams, Mary, "Factors Affecting Perceived Usefulness and Acceptance for retired and Employed Men Aged 60 and Over," M.A. thesis proposal, n.d.

Box 292   Folder 2

Alinsky, Saul, "The Case of David", Benjamin Markowitz photographs, 1931

Box 292   Folder 3

American Association for Public Opinion Research, "Code of Professional Ethics and Practice," n.d.

Box 292   Folder 4

American Social Hygiene Association, "Material for Sex Character Education in Courses in Sociology and Social Psychology", 1926

Box 292   Folder 5

Anderson, C. Arnold, "The Impact of the Educational System on Technological Change and Modernization," 1960

Box 292   Folder 6

Apter, David E., "Political Development and Tension in New Nations," n.d.

Box 292   Folder 7

Arnold, William, "The Adjustment of Male Delinquents on Parole," dissertation abstract, n.d.

Box 292   Folder 8

Ashmore, Harry S., "Communications," Conference on World Tensions, n.d.

Box 292   Folder 9

Bachi, R., "Immigration to Israel," 1955

Box 292   Folder 10

Baer, Roger, "A Study of Social Stratification and Social Integration Among Executives Within a Large Scale Formal Organization," Ph.D. thesis proposal, n.d.

Box 292   Folder 11

Bain, Robert K., "The Process of Professionalization," PhD thesis abstract, 1959

Box 292   Folder 12

Bakan, David, "The Place of Psychology in Undergraduate

  • Education," 1961
Box 292   Folder 13

Barron, Milton L., "Minority Group Characteristics of the Aged in American Society", 1953

Box 292   Folder 14

Bastiat, F., "Harmonies of Political Ecomony," n.d.

Box 292   Folder 15

Baum, Bernard H., "Decentralization of Authority in a Bureaucracy," abstract of Ph.D. dissertation, 1959

Box 292   Folder 16

Beale, Lathrop V., "Local-Cosmopolitan Orientations Among Great Books Program Participants," "Religious and Integration into the Local Community," dissertation abstract, n.d.

Box 292   Folder 17

Becker, Howard S., "The Implications of Research on Occupational Careers for a Model of Household Decision Making," 1958

Box 292   Folder 18

Beltran, Anita G., "Occupational Origins and Variations in Pattern of Occupational Succession," "Social Origins and Career Preparation among Filipino Student in American Universities," Ph.D. thesis proposal, abstract, 1961-1962

Box 292   Folder 19

Bernstein, Richard J., and Morris E. Eson, "A Study of Some Aspects of Education in Israel," 1958

Box 292   Folder 20

Bettelheim, Bruno, "The Emotional Needs of Adolescents and the Social Studies Teacher," n.d.

Box 292   Folder 21

Bibliography in the social science in general education, nd.

Box 292   Folder 22

Biderman, Albert, "Needs for Knowledge Regarding The Military Retirement Problem," conference report, 1960

Box 292   Folder 23

Bidwell, "A New Dilemma in Administration," n.d.

Box 292   Folder 24

Birren, James E., "Why Study Aging", n.d.

Box 292   Folder 25

Blair, Annie O., "Fertility Attitudes of Negro Women as Related to Place of Origin and Length of Residence in the City," M.A. thesis proposal, 1962

Box 292   Folder 26

Bloomberg, Warner, Jr., "The Power Structure of `Stackton,'" abstract, 1961

Box 292   Folder 27

Bluestone, E.M., "Hospital and Home Care Combine to Close the Gap between the Practice of Medicine and the Social Sciences", 1951

Box 293   Folder 1

Blum, Alan F., "The Ethnic Juror," M.A. thesis abstract, n.d.

Box 293   Folder 2

Bogue, Donald J., "The Population Crisis and City Hall," "Some Tentative Recommendations for a 'Sociologically Correct' Family Planning Communication and Motivation Program in India," "Problems of Bearing and Rearing Children in High-Fertility, Low-Income, Low-Education American Families," 1961

Box 293   Folder 3

Bogue, Donald J., and Calvin L. Beale, "Recent U.S. Population Trends: Causes and Consequences," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 4

Bolton, Charles D., "The Development Process in Love Relationships," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 5

Bond, H. J., "The Meaningful Dimensions in Urban Census Data and their Application to the Study of Metropolitan Characteristics," 1947

Box 293   Folder 6

Booth, Mary W., "Homeless Men: Occupational Mobility and Related Background Factors," M.A. thesis abstract, 1962

Box 293   Folder 7

Borda, Orlando F., "The Theory and Reality of Sociocultural Change in Colombia," translation, n.d.

Box 293   Folder 8

Bowman, Claude C., "Cultural Ideology and Heterosexual Reality: A Preface to Sociological Research", 1949

Box 293   Folder 9

Boyer, Philips B., "Cities and their Farms: A Project Statement and Progress Report", correspondence, fellowship application, 1930

Box 293   Folder 10

Brazeau, Ernest Jacques, "The Training of French-Canadian Ground Crew Personnel in the Royal Canadian Air Force," Ph.D. abstract, 1960

Box 293   Folder 11

Breen, Leonard Z., "An Outline for a Proposed Research Project: Community and Population Characteristics of Bartholomew County, Indiana", 1958

Box 293   Folder 12

Breton, Raymond, "Ethnic Communities and the Personal Relations of Immigrants," 1961

Box 293   Folder 13

Broel-Plateris, Alexander, "Marriage Disruption and Divorce Law," Ph.D. thesis abstract, n.d.

Box 293   Folder 14

Borsky, Paul N., and Elijah L. White, "Factors Affecting the Decision to Volunteer for a Physical Examination," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 15

Brown, Robert H., "A Study of the Living Arrangements of Washington Park Subdivision Family in Relation to Point of Origin

  • and Occupation," M.A. thesis abstract, 1959
Box 293   Folder 16

Bucher, Rue, "Conflicts and Transformations of Identity: A Study of Medical Specialists," Ph.D. thesis abstract, n.d.

Box 293   Folder 17

Cahalan, Don, "Background of the Members of the American Association for Public Opinion Research," 1959

Box 293   Folder 18

Campbell, Eileen, "The Role of the Press in the Life of the Teacher," abstract of M.A. thesis, 1962

Box 293   Folder 19

Caplan, Gerald, "Mental Health Consultation", "Some Problems of Technical Consultation in Israel," 1957

Box 293   Folder 20

Central States Anthropological Society, Symposium: The Fox Indian Project, A Program in Action Anthropology, Chairman Sol Tax, 1955

Box 293   Folder 21

Chicago Community , "Selected Papers on Population Research Methods: A Seminar Symposium," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 22

Clark, F. Le Gros, and Agnes C. Dunne, Ageing in Industry, 1955

Box 293   Folder 23

Clark, Robert E., "The Relationship of Schizophrenia to Occupational Income and Occupational Prestige," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 24

Clausen, John A., "Some Issues in Sociological Research on Mental Health and Illness", 1957

Box 293   Folder 25

Cohen, Jacob, and Morton Grodzins, "How Much Economic Sharing in American Federalism?" n.d.

Box 293   Folder 26

Cohen, Martin I., "Religion and Ethnicity: A Study in the Continuity of a Jewish Temple," "`The Slave Market': An Institutional Analysis of the Skid Row Employment Agency," M.A. proposals, n.d.

Box 293   Folder 27

Cohen, Peretz, "The Israel Institute of Applied Social Research Report on Moshav `Yanuv B'," n.d.

Box 293   Folder 28

Cohen, Wilbur J., "Income Maintenance and Medical Insurance", 1958

Box 293   Folder 29

Cohn, Werner, "Sexual Sources of Social Control," 1960

Box 293   Folder 30

Coleman, James S., and Duncan Macrae, Jr., "Electronic Processing of Sociometric Data for Groups Up to 1000 in Size," 1959

Box 293   Folder 31

Colfax, J. David, "The Big City Vote: A Study of Political

  • Participation in Chicago," Ph.D. proposal, 1962
Box 294   Folder 1

Committee of Correspondence, newsletters, 1961-1962

Box 294   Folder 2

The Committee on Relations of Psychiatry and the Social Sciences

  • of the American Psychiatric Association, The Social Science Research Council, Second Colloquium on Personality Investigation, New York, November 29-30, 1929
Box 294   Folder 3

Conference of Christian Social Workers, "The Churches and Present-day Economic Problems", 1930

Box 294   Folder 4

Cottrell, Leonard S., Jr., "Research in Causes of Variations in Fertility: Social Psychological Aspects", 1937

Box 294   Folder 5

Cowdry, E. V., "Facing the Future in Medicine", "Program of Research on Aging of the Skin", "The Broader Implications of Aging", "We Grow Old", "Factors in Aging", 1940-1947

Box 294   Folder 6

Cressey, Paul F., "Rangoon: A Brief Social Survey," 1950

Box 294   Folder 7

Curriculum of General Education, Oregon College, 1949

Box 294   Folder 8

Davis, Allison, and John Dollard, "A Case study of a Negro Youth," n.d.

Box 294   Folder 9

Davis, Harold E., "History and General education," n.d.

Box 294   Folder 10

Davis, Hubert, "A Social Process Approach to American History," n.d.

Box 294   Folder 11

Davis, James A., "Reference Groups and Relative Deprivation Among American Graduate Students," "Summary Chapter from Stipends and Spouses: Consumer Finances of Graduate Study in America," "The Financial Situation of American Arts and Science Graduate Students," 1961

Box 294   Folder 12

Davis, James A., and Peter H. Rossi, "Recruitment to Law School and The Legal Profession," research proposal, 1962

Box 294   Folder 13

Davis, Murray S., "Status and Conformity in Small Groups in a Summer Camp," M.A. research abstract, 1962

Box 294   Folder 14

DeFleur, Melvin, "Mass Communication and the Study of Rumor," 1962

Box 294   Folder 15

Dentler, Robert A., "Attitude Change in Work Groups: Composition, Solidarity and Environment as Sources of Change," Ph.D. thesis proposal, 1959

Box 294   Folder 16

Dentler, Robert, and Glenn Hutchinson, "Family Membership vs. Sex, Generation and Socioeconomic Level in the Creation of Attitude Consensus," manuscript, 1957

Box 294   Folder 17

Department of City and Regional Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, memoranda, 1952-1953

Box 294   Folder 18

Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, United States, "Current Population Reports: Labor Force", 1957

Box 294   Folder 19

Deshaies, Dennis J., "Changes in Undergraduates' Fields of Interest," M.A. thesis proposal, n.d.

Box 295   Folder 1

Deshaies, John C., "An Examination of Social-Psychological

  • Attributes Associated with Spontaneous Recall of Cancer, Heart Disease, and Diabetes Symptoms," "Public Knowledge about Chronic Disease Symptoms," M.A. thesis proposal and abstract, 1961, 1962
Box 295   Folder 2

DeSylvester, C., "This is the Army Mr. Jones", correspondence, nd.

Box 295   Folder 3

Dexter, Lewis A., "Towards a Sociology of `Mental Deficiency'," 1955

Box 295   Folder 4

Dodd, Stuart Carter, "Ten Semantic Tangles and the Threat of War", Strengthening Technical Aid by Social Research", 1958

Box 295   Folder 5

Dodd, Stuart Carter, Keith S. Griffiths, "The Logarithmic Relation of Social Distance and Intensity", 1958

Box 295   Folder 6

Dollard, John, "Culture, Society, Impulse, and Socialization", 1939

Box 295   Folder 7

Dreyfuss, Carl, "The Commercial Enterprise," 1938

Box 295   Folder 8

Eliel, Richard, "And Four to Go!" 1948

Box 295   Folder 9

Ellis, Albert, "The Value of Marriage Prediction Tests", 1948

Box 295   Folder 10

Erikson, Kai T., "Wayward Puritans: A Study in the Sociology of Deviance," dissertation proposal, n.d.

Box 295   Folder 11

Essert, Paul L., et al., "Education for Active Adult Citizenship", "Preparation for a Constructive Approach to Later Maturity", 1951

Box 295   Folder 12

Etzioni, Amitai, "The Sociology of Abundance," n.d.

Box 295   Folder 13

Faia, Michael A., "Social Status, Mobility, and Political Extremism," abstract of M.A. thesis, 1962

Box 295   Folder 14

Farley, W. R., "Differences in the Occupational and Educational Composition of Some Cities and their Suburban Areas," M.A. thesis proposal, n.d.

Box 295   Folder 15

Feldman, Leon, "The Gatekeeper's Image of the Public Relations Man," abstract of M.A. thesis, 1961

Box 295   Folder 16

Ferron, Alfred L., "Background and Trends in the Development of a Residential Treatment Center," Ph.D. thesis abstract, 1959

Box 295   Folder 17

Ficks, Alma A., "Comparative Urban Patterns of the Spatial Distribution of Retail Activity," abstract of M.A. thesis, 1960

Box 295   Folder 18

"Final Report of the Committee of 19", 1952

Box 295   Folder 19

Finestone, Harold, "A Comparative Study of Reformation and Recidivism among Italian and Polish Adult Male Criminal Offenders," Ph.D. thesis proposal, n.d.

Box 295   Folder 20

Fishbein, Annette, "The Expansion of Negro Residential Areas in Chicago, 1950-60," abstract of M.A. thesis, 1962

Box 295   Folder 21

Fishman, Laura T., "Aspirations and Expectations: A Study of Negro Gang and Non-Gang Girls," M.A. thesis proposal, 1962

Box 295   Folder 22

Foa, Uriel G., "The Structure of the Action: Its Relationship to Interpersonal Variables and Culture," "The Structure of Interpersonal Behavior in the Dyad," "The Structure of Interpersonal Relations," "Model for a Static Dyad," 1957-1960

Box 295   Folder 23

Frank, Lawrence, "The Task of General Education," "Society as a Patient," 1936, 1937

Box 295   Folder 24

Geller, Esther, "An Adaptation of Marshall's Social Process Approach to a Study of Colonial America," n.d.

Box 295   Folder 25

Goldschmidt, Walter, "Ethics and the Structure of Society: An Ethnological Contribution to the Sociology of Knowledge", 1951

Box 295   Folder 26

Greenlief, June, "And the Churches Still Stand," n.d.

Box 295   Folder 27

Gross, Llewellyn, "Studies in the Methodology of Theory Construction," manuscript, correspondence, 1954

Box 295   Folder 28

Harper, Fowler V., James M. Reinhardt, "Juvenile Court Problem in Grand Forks", nd.

Box 295   Folder 29

Harvard University, "Report of the Student Council Committee on Education," 1940

Box 295   Folder 30

Hauser, Philip M., and Hope T. Eldridge, "Projection of Urban Growth and Migration to Cities in the United States", 1947

Box 295   Folder 31

Havighurst, Robert J., "Problems of Interpersonal Relations in Later Maturity and Old Age", 1950

Box 295   Folder 32

Hayner, Norman S., "The Family: Materials for the Study of a Social Group", nd.

Box 295   Folder 33

Henry, William E., "A Method of Analysis of the Thematic Apperception Test", 1946

Box 296   Folder 1

Hill, Reuben, "Adjustments of Iowa Families to the Crisis of War Separation and Reunion (A Progress Report)", nd.

Box 296   Folder 2

Hodde, Ruth, thesis proposal, nd.

Box 296   Folder 3

Hoover, Glenn E., "The Quantitative Optimum of Population," "The Sociology of the Sexes in Mexico," manuscripts, 1929-1930

Box 296   Folder 4

Hughes, Everett C., "Action Catholique and Nationalism: A Memorandum on the Church and Society in French Canada," n.d.

Box 296   Folder 5

Hyde, Laurin, "The Trouble with Residence Laws", 1958

Box 296   Folder 6

International Labour Office, "Meeting of Experts on Women's Work", report, 1951

Box 296   Folder 7

Ireland, W.R.P., manuscript, Northwestern II settlement, nd.

Box 296   Folder 8

Ise, John, "A Discussion," Mid-West Economics Association Meeting, April 17, 1941

Box 296   Folder 9

Jewish Minority Problems: Studies and Information, 1959

Box 296   Folder 10

Johnson, Adelaide, M., "Children Living with Relatives", Mental Health Bulletin, 1939

Box 296   Folder 11

Johnson, Earl S., " of Social Understanding," "Ideological Confusion Among College Students on the Eve of the War," "Observations in Classroom," "Some Observations on Science and Action," 1941-1942

Box 296   Folder 12

Katz, Elihu, and Jacob J. Feldman, "The Debates in the Light of Research and Vice Versa," 1961

Box 296   Folder 13

King, Charles E., Edwin O. Fahnbulleh, "The Kinship System of the Vai People of Liberia, Africa", 1957

Box 297   Folder 1

Kingsbury, Forrest A., "The Function of Psychology in the Education of the Social Science Teacher," n.d.

Box 297   Folder 2

Knight, Frank H., "Social Economic Organization," n.d.

Box 297   Folder 3

Lahman, Kluver, University of Chicago Press, galley proofs, n.d.

Box 297   Folder 4

Lakin, Martin, "Personality Factors in Mothers of Excessively Crying (Colicky) Infants", 1957

Box 297   Folder 5

Lansing, Albert I., "A Transmissible, Cumulative, and Reversible Factor in Aging", "The General Physiology of Aging-A Review", 1947

Box 297   Folder 6

Lee, Shu-Ching, "Principles of Social Organization," manuscript, n.d.

Box 297   Folder 7

Leiffer, Murray, "An Outline for the Study of The Church in the Urban Community", "Humboldt Park Community Survey, Chicago-Illinois, A Typical Religious Survey of the Inner City", nd.

Box 297   Folder 8

Leiffer, Murray H., "Standards of Living in the Ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church", nd.

Box 297   Folder 9

Levy, John, "A Quantitative Study of the Relationship between Intelligence and Economic Status as Factors in the Etiology of Children's Behavior Problems", "A Quantitative Study of Behavior Problems in relation to Family Constellation", 1931

Box 297   Folder 10

Lewin, Kurt, and Ronald Lippitt, "An Experimental Approach to the Study of Autocracy and Democracy: A Preliminary Note", 1938

Box 297   Folder 11

Lieberson, Stanley, "Comparative Segregation and Assimilation of Ethinic Groups", dissertation proposal, 1959

Box 297   Folder 12

Lins, Mario, "The Cleavages of the Classical Sociological Theory", 1948

Box 297   Folder 13

Locke, Harvey J., et al., "Interfaith Marriages", "Marital Adjustment and Prediction in Sweden and the United States", "Marital Adjustment and Prediction in Sweden", 1952-1957

Box 297   Folder 14

Lohman, Joseph D., "The Demonstration Class in the Social Sciences", "The New Deal in Perspective," 1940

Box 297   Folder 15

Lu, Yi-Chuang, "Family Interactions in Schizophrenic Reactions," manuscript, n.d.

Box 297   Folder 16

Magistrat von Gross-Berlin, Sozialgeographische Karten, 1950Folder 17: Marcson, Simon, "Peoples of the United States: A Study in the Integration of Ethnic Groups into American Society", 1946

Box 297   Folder 18

Margold, Charles W., "Factors of Choice in Marriage", nd.

Box 297   Folder 19

Marshall, "Social Process Approach to American History," "An Outline of a Study of Colonial America Using Marshall's Process Approach," n.d.

Box 297   Folder 20

McConn, Max, "The Problem of Interest at the College Level," 1931

Box 297   Folder 21

McGrath, Earl James, "The Humanities and the Law", 1951

Box 297   Folder 22

McGuire, Carson, "Family Backgrounds and Community Patterns", 1951

Box 297   Folder 23

McKenzie, R.D., "The Concept of Dominance and World Organization", nd.

Box 297   Folder 24

Mead, George H., "The Genesis of the Self and Social Control," "The Mechanism of Social Consciousness," 1912, 1925

Box 297   Folder 25

Mill, "The Spirit of the Age," notes, n.d.

Box 297   Folder 26

Milwaukee County Regional Planning Department, Residential Development in the Unincorporated Areas of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, 1946

Box 297   Folder 27

Montgomery, Ray, "When They Ask You About Morals," n.d.

Box 297   Folder 28

Moses, Earl R., "Indices of Inequalities in a Dual System of Education", 1941

Box 297   Folder 29

Murdock, Peter G., "Political Moieties," n.d.

Box 297   Folder 30

Myrdal, Gunnar, "Economic Developments and Prospects in America," 1944

Box 297   Folder 31

Naville, Pierre, "La Mesure de la Vie de Travail et L'Emploi des Travailleurs Ages", 1957

Box 297   Folder 32

Nimkoff, M. F., and Charles M. Grigg, "Is Marital Consensus Unidimensional?", 1956

Box 297   Folder 33

Nogueira, Oracy, "The Status System of a Brazilian Town", dissertation proposal, 1947

Box 297   Folder 34

Northern Illinois State Teachers College, "A Guide to Group Discussion"

Box 297   Folder 35

Obrist, Walter D., "Simple Auditory Reaction Time in Aged Adults", 1953

Box 297   Folder 36

Ogburn, William F., "The Contributions of Psychiatry to Social Psychology", nd.

Box 298   Folder 1

Osborn, Frederick, "The Eugenic Hypothesis", nd.

Box 298   Folder 2

Park, Robert E., "Reflections on Communication and Culture," "Modern Society," 1938

Box 298   Folder 3

Peterson, Vera Joseph, and Jerome S. Peterson, "The Health of the Aging", n.d.

Box 298   Folder 4

Pinney, Harvey, "An Experimental Approach to Social Problems," 1940

Box 298   Folder 5

Population Reference Bureau, Inc., "World Population Summary", 1957

Box 298   Folder 6

"Principles and Practices Governing Extension Course Offerings at the Downtown Center and on the Quadrangles for 1962-63"

Box 298   Folder 7

Reaveley, Constance, "The Machine and the Mind," 1944

Box 298   Folder 8

Rice, Stuart A., Willard Waller, "Stereotypes", 1928

Box 298   Folder 9

Richmond, Mary E., "The Family", 1929

Box 298   Folder 10

The Riverside Church, program, Mary L. Read, correspondence, S.M. Shoemaker, Jr., "The First Century Christian Fellowship Today," "Thursday Evening at Calvary," Edward A. Jonas, "When 'The Groups' Came to Louisville: An Editor's Impressions", "The Calvary Evangel", 1930-1931

Box 298   Folder 11

Rose, Arnold M., "Critique of Dr. Lundberg's Paper: 'The Survival of the Moralistic-Legalistic Orientation in Sociology", Rumor in the Stock Market", "The Social Psychology of Desertion from Combat", "The Adequacy of Women's Expectations for Adult Roles", "A Weakness of Partial Correlation in Sociological Studies", 1949-1951

Box 298   Folder 12

Rossi, Peter H., "Preface to Anchor Books Edition of Floyd Hunter's `Community Power Structure," 1963

Box 298   Folder 13

Rowland, John Howard, "A Sociology and Social Psychological Analysis of a Long-Term Summer Camp," M.A. thesis, 1931

Box 298   Folder 14

Rutledge, Aaron L., "Counselor Training at Merrill-Palmer School", 1954

Box 298   Folder 15

Schroeder, Paul L., "Thirteenth Annual Report of the Criminologist", 1930

Box 298   Folder 16

Seabury, David, "Are There Any Bad Children?", 1938

Box 298   Folder 17

Segner, Esther F. and Ethel L. Cornell, "Education for Personal and Family Living and its Relation to Home Economics Education", 1951

Box 298   Folder 18

Selling, Lowell S., "The Mental-Hygiene Aspect of the Deferred Draftee", "Notes on Psychopathic Clinic of the Recorder's Court", "Industrial Psychiatry - A New Field for the Psychiatrist", 1937-1945

Box 298   Folder 19

Selling, Lowell S., "Murder, Riot and Statistical Studies", 1944

Box 299   Folder 1

Shaw, C.R., manuscript, nd.

Box 299   Folder 2

Shulman, Harry M., "Popular Misconceptions Regarding Delinquency", 1931

Box 299   Folder 3

Sloves, Chaim, translation from Yiddishe Kultur, 1959

Box 299   Folder 4

Spiegel, John P., "The Resolution of Role Conflict Within the Family," manuscript, n.d.

Box 299   Folder 5

Storr, Richard J., "Notes on the Early History of the Social Sciences at Chicago," manuscript, 1954

Box 299   Folder 6

Strieber, H. Reid, "Interpersonal Concomitants of Department Store Turnover", thesis abstract, 1963

Box 299   Folder 7

Sutherland, W. F., "The Dynamics of Economic Growth," manuscript, 1950

Box 299   Folder 8

Taeuber, Alma F., "A Comparative Urban Analysis of Negro Residential Succession: An Abstract of a Ph.D. Thesis," 1961

Box 299   Folder 9

Tax, Sol, "The Credo of the Social Scientist," n.d.

Box 299   Folder 10

Taylor, Hasseltine Byrd, "The Chicago Area Project as Seen by a Social Worker", nd.

Box 299   Folder 11

Taylor, Paul S., "Critique of the Official Statistics of Mexican Migration to and from the United States", "Mexican Labor in the United States, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania", 1931

Box 299   Folder 12

Thavarajah, Arumugam, "The Ecological Structure of Colombo, Ceylon," M.A. thesis abstract, 1962

Box 299   Folder 13

Thelen, Herbert A., "Dynamics of Social Systems: Organization and Work Group," manuscript, n.d.

Box 299   Folder 14

Thompson, L.D., "Autobiography of an Introvert", nd.

Box 299   Folder 15

Thompson, Warren E., ed., "Adventures in Religion", 1932

Box 299   Folder 16

Thompson, Wayne E., and Gordon F. Streib, "Retirement and Health", 1957

Box 299   Folder 17

Thurstone, L.L., "The Unit of Measurement in Educational Scales", 1927

Box 299   Folder 18

Tibbitts, Clark, "Proximate and Congregate Housing for Older People," "Social Gerontology," manuscripts, 1958

Box 299   Folder 19

Toastmaster Division, McGraw-Edison Company, "Buying Appeal Research for New Model Toasters," 1961

Box 299   Folder 20

Tsurumi, Shunsuke, "Three Ways of Thinking in Contemporary Japanese History," 1955

Box 299   Folder 21

Turner, Ralph H., "An Experiment in the Modification of Role Conceptions: A Research Proposal", n.d.

Box 299   Folder 22

Uliassi, Edward C., "An Application of Learning Theory to the Study of Communication Effectiveness," "The Group Theory of Politics: A Critical Interpretation," 1958-1959

Box 299   Folder 23

Ullman, Edward L., "Human Geography and Area Research," manuscript, n.d.

Box 299   Folder 24

UNESCO Institute for Education, "The Social Implications of Leisure in the Industrial Urban Society", questionnaire, nd.

Box 299   Folder 25

Unidentified, "Change of Attitudes toward Organized Labor", 1926

Box 299   Folder 26

Unidentified, "Crucial Problems in Family Research", nd.

Box 300   Folder 1

Unidentified manuscript, nd., I

Box 300   Folder 2

Unidentified manuscript, nd., II

Box 300   Folder 3

Unidentified manuscript, nd., III

Box 300   Folder 4

Unidentified, "Urbanization: A Menace or a Challenge?" manuscript, 1939

Box 300   Folder 5

University of Chicago, "The College: Curriculum Bulletin," 1962

Box 300   Folder 6

Vader, Anthony, "Racial Segregation Within Catholic Institutions in Chicago," 1962

Box 300   Folder 7

Vallier, Ivan, "Church, Society, and Labor Resources," "The Sociology of Religious Proselyting", nd.

Box 301   Folder 1

Vargas, Raul, "The Legitimate Joint Reproduction Rate: An Application to the Experience of Venezuela," n.d.

Box 301   Folder 2

Vazquez, Jose L., "Morality Changes in a Society in Rapid Transition Puerto Rico, A Case Study," 1961

Box 301   Folder 3

Vivrett, Walter K., "Designing a Retirement Village", 1958

Box 301   Folder 4

Wachtel, W.W., "Can You Drink and Still Be a Gentleman?", 1938

Box 301   Folder 5

Wallace, Walter L., thesis statement, 1959

Box 301   Folder 6

Wärneryd, Karl-Erik, "The Use of Scaling and Standardized Indirect Methods in Consumer Interviewing", nd.

Box 301   Folder 7

Waxman, Bruce D., "A Study of the Relationship Between the Occurrence of Accidents and Measurable Human Characteristics," 1958

Box 301   Folder 8

Webber, Irving L., "Current Research on Aging and Retirement: A Survey of Recent and Current Studies," manuscript, n.d.

Box 301   Folder 9

Weigel, John C., "The Need for a State Department of Public Welfare", "Our Responsibility to the Child", correspondence, 1930

Box 301   Folder 10

Weinberg, Jack, "Mental Health Needs of the Aged", 1948

Box 301   Folder 11

Weinberg, S. Kirson, "Social Psychiatry in West Africa," 1962

Box 301   Folder 12

Weingrod, Alex, "Adminstered Communities," n.d.

Box 301   Folder 13

Weinstock, S. Alexander, "Motivation and Social Structure in the of Acculturation: A Hungarian Case," 1962

Box 301   Folder 14

Weintraub, D., and M. Lissak, "Some Social Aspects of Agricultural Settlement in Israel," n.d.

Box 301   Folder 15

Weiss, Robert S., "On Social Class Membership as a Determinant of Social Participation," "Personality and Social Class Membership as Determinants of Social Participation," 1959

Box 301   Folder 16

Wenig, Phillip W., "The Older Employee...How to Deal with the Problem", n.d.

Box 301   Folder 17

White, Meda M., "Role-Conflict in Disasters: Not Family but Familiarity First," "Behavior of Organization Members in Disaster," M.A. thesis proposal, 1962

Box 301   Folder 18

White, Rodney F., "Professionalization and Nursing Career", nd.

Box 301   Folder 19

Whyte, William F., "The Social Role of the Settlement House", 1941

Box 301   Folder 20

Wiatr, Jerzy J., "The Social Role of the Polish Press as the Object of Sociological Analysis," n.d.

Box 301   Folder 21

Williams, Melvin J., "Marriage Education and Professional Relationships at Florida State University", 1948

Box 301   Folder 22

Wilson, Everett K., and Naomi S. Connelly, "Differing Conceptions of the Role of the Aged with Respect to Economic and Financial Problems", nd.

Box 301   Folder 23

Winnick, Wilma, "Digest of Study Report on Old Age Project", 1950-1951

Box 301   Folder 24

Winsborough, Halliman H., "Variations in Industrial and Occupational Composition with City Size," M.A. thesis abstract, 1959

Box 301   Folder 25

Wise, John M., "Comparison of Sources of Data as Indexes of Delinquent Behavior," M.A. thesis proposal, abstract, 1961

Box 301   Folder 26

Woodbury, Coleman, "The Trend of Multi-Family Housing in Cities in the United States", "Transit and the Trend of Multi-Family Housing", 1930-1931

Box 301   Folder 27

World Peace Foundation, "Participation in `Great Decisions' Discussions in Great Boston," 1959

Box 301   Folder 28

Yamamoto, George K., "The Nisei Lawyer in Honolulu", thesis proposal, 1960

Box 301   Folder 29

Young, Pauline, V., "Interview with Mrs. G.: Jewish Mother", "Interview with Mr. And Mrs. B: Jewish Parents", 1925

Box 301   Folder 30

Zakuta, Leo, "A Becalmed Protest Movement," abstract of Ph.D. thesis, 1961

Box 301   Folder 31

Zetterberg, Hans L., "An Action Theory," n.d.

Box 301   Folder 32

Zygmunt, Joseph F., "The Role and Inter-Relationship of Symbolic and Structural Processes in the Development and Institutionalization of a Sectarian Movement," Ph.D. thesis proposal, n.d.

Series XI: Oversize Maps and Data

This series contains a collection of oversize maps, statistical data and diagrams. It is intimately related to Burgess's urban survey work and to the material found in Series VI.4, Urban Studies and Series VII, Field Notes. The documents in this series cover primarily Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, with a few items relating to New Orleans and San Francisco. 2 folders of material relating to these oversize items may be found in Series VII.2, Notes by Others (BOX 215, folders 5 and 6). Several oversize maps folded and originally included in these relocated folders have been replaced here in BOX 302, folder 8.

Box 302    Folder 1

  • Chicago Statistical Data for Local Community Studies, tracts 250,
  • 249, 245, 244, 1930
  • Chicago Loop, lawyers, 1931
  • Chicago Loop, churches, 1930
  • Chicago Loop, dentists, density per square block, 1931
  • Chicago Loop, doctors, density per square block, 1931
  • Chicago, central business district, 1931
  • Sub-Communities based on census tracts of Chicago family composition study, 1933-1934
  • Woolbert, Helen, Chicago sixth ward, The Distribution of Members of a Sunday School Class, n.d.
  • Sub-Communities based on Census Tracts of Chicago, Licensed Motion Picture Theatres by seating capacity, 1934
  • Community Areas of Chicago 1930, rates of schizophrenia per 100,000, 1920-1932
  • Pittsburgh census, tracts, 1934 (5)
  • Social research map of Chicago, distribution of places of residence of 403 Negro male juvenile delinquents, 1929
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, residential areas by type of dwelling, n.d.
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, normal families with children, 1934
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, families of husband and wife without children, n.d.
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, families with "others," 1934
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, population receiving relief, 1935
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, population receiving relief, 1934
  • Sub-Communities based on census tract of Chicago, Family Composition Study 1933-1934, n.d.
  • Klein, Charlotte, Chicago, distribution of restaurants and according to nationality, 1932
  • Walker, Martha, City of Whiting, 1925
  • Weinberg, S. Kirson, Lawndale community basement clubs, 1933
Box 302    Folder 2

  • Chicago census boundaries, 1930
  • Census tracts of Chicago, 1930, Democratic primary, 1936
  • Census tracts of Chicago, 1930
  • Chicago, gambling houses raided by states attorney, 1938
  • Chicago, distribution of cancer deaths, 1930
  • Census tracts of Chicago 1930, divorce, n.d.
  • Sub-Communities based on census tracts of Chicago, 1930
  • Local communities of Chicago with 1930 population, distribution of schizophrenia, n.d.
  • Chicago, relative position of settlements to industrial areas and areas zoned for industry, n.d.
  • England, Lowestoft and Waverney Valley, 1921
  • Chicago, map showing the distribution of 25, 684 negro families, 1920
Box 302    Folder 3

  • Chicago Loop, drug stores, 1931
  • Chicago, growth of near west side, n.d.
  • Chicago, divorce and divorces, 1930-1931
  • Chicago, membership of Drexel Park Presbyterian Church, 1932
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago 1930, place of residence of Marshall Field and Company employees, 1942
  • Dusseldorf, 1910 (4)
Box 302    Folder 4

  • Chicago, economic status of families, 1930
  • Chicago, near west side land use, 1927 (2)
  • Chicago boys clubs, 1932
  • Chicago, distribution of paroled, dem.-praecox and catatonia, c1930
  • Chicago, showing "5 Areas," "40 Areas," "80 Areas," with 1920 population, 1926
  • Chicago, membership of C.E.B.. Y.M.D. and S.M.C. groups of central Y.M.C.A. by religious preferences, also stores and offices sponsoring groups, 1931
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago 1930, abortion cases, 1942
  • Stinnett, Alice, statistical charts, Sociology 264, n.d. (4)
  • Chicago, statistical data for local community studies, tract 247, 1920-1930
  • Chicago, statistical charts, Southside (12)
  • Chicago, distribution of 25,684 negro families, 1920
  • "Nationalities," charts, n.d.
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago, insanity average rates, 1922-1934
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago, schizophrenia average rates, 1922-1934
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago, manic-depressive average rate, 1922-1934
Box 302    Folder 5

  • Chicago, survey of the Tennyson School district, 1930
  • Early roads and trails leading out of Chicago, n.d.
  • Chicago, spot map of delinquency cases, Hyde Park Police Station, 1931-1936 (2)
  • Chicago, hospitals where people died of venereal disease, 1929-1930
  • Chicago, death by epilepsy 1929-1930, n.d.
  • Chicago, deaths 1929-1930, n.d.
  • Chicago, venereal disease 1929-1930, n.d.
  • Chicago, C. Cohen, spot map of schools attended by children with venereal disease 1929-1930, n.d.
  • Sub-communities based on census tracts of Chicago, distribution of total number of manic depressive psychoses cases, n.d.
  • Jones, Culver, 1930 Divorces Uptown, Chicago, 1931
  • Hardy, Billy M., village map, n.d. (2)
  • Statistics, type of family all races, Chicago Population census January 1934 and Chicago
  • Unemployment Relief census October 1933
  • Horsch, M., Chicago, Lawndale Community Clubs, n.d.
  • United States Department of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Division of Extension and Industries, Home Extension Program of Work, December 1931-November 1932
  • Statistics, notes, n.d. (3)
  • Stockford, Dorothy, Woodstock New York, n.d.
  • First Realty Company, Chicago, maps, n.d. (7)
Box 302    Folder 6

  • Chicago, Hyde Park Community, 1932 (6)
  • Chicago, distribution of chain drug and chain cigar stores, 1932
  • Minnesota, families by race, n.d. (5)
  • Local communities of Chicago with 1930 population, n.d.
  • Beloit, metropolitan area and hinterland, n.d. (4)
  • "Items of general interest," 1929
  • Chicago, area of city served by Chicago surface lines, n.d.
  • Chicago, ward map, 50 ward plan with 1930 population, n.d.
  • Chicago, lower North community, neighborhood clubs, n.d.
  • Chicago, mean monthly rent paid by parents of public school pupils in the eighth, ninth, and tenth grades, 1930
  • Coutts, A., Chicago Loop land use, 1931 (4)
  • The city of Chicago, statistical data for local community studies, tracts 246, 248, 1920
  • Lower North Community Chicago neighborhood clubs, n.d.
Box 302    Folder 7

  • Indianapolis, tentative zoning and population, 1922 (4)
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 3,000 parolees, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 607 cases of larceny, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 293 cases of fraud, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 192 cases of sex-crimes, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 244 cases of homicide, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 526 cases of robbery, n.d.
  • Illinois, distribution by county of commitment of 1,048 cases of burglary, n.d.
  • Sea routes and wireless communications of the British Empire, 1924
  • Chicago, residence of charge customers of the Lederer Company, n.d.
  • Chicago, hotels and lodging houses north of 67th street and east of Laramie, n.d.
  • Chicago, density of incorporated places in the metropolitan region, 1930
  • Chicago, distribution of Roumanian Church members, 1928
  • Chicago, study of the daily movements of nine families of apartment house dwellers, n.d.
  • Chicago, location of the local stations of the "yellow drive it yourself" system and their size in relation to the amount of business done, n.d.
  • Chicago, omnibus routes 1852, 1925
  • Chicago, distribution of types of residence south of the Indian Boundary line, n.d.
  • Chicago, distribution of types of residence by quarter square mile, n.d.
  • Routes of European air service, 1924
  • Chicago, Bridgeport and adjoining neighborhoods showing railroad, industrial through fare, vacant, two-story, cottage, tenements, business centers, n.d.
  • Chicago, north side changes by wards 1910-1920, n.d.
  • Chicago, distribution of day nurseries, n.d.
  • Chicago, distribution of homes in orphan, half orphan, or dependent children, 1923
  • Chicago, distribution of Temple Judea membership, 1924
Box 302    Folder 8

  • Chicago, "Social Base Map of Chicago: Showing Industrial Areas, Parks, Transportation, and Language Groups", University of Chicago Local Community Research Committee, 1926
  • Philadelphia, Use District Map, annotated, 1921
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Russia, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Scotland, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Families Paying High or Low Rentals, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Irish Free State, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Greece, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Italy, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Hungary, 1930
  • Pittsburgh, Population Maps and Analysis of Pittsburgh Census Tracts and Adjacent Areas, Persons Born in Czechoslovakia, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Families Receiving Relief from the Allegheny County Emergency Relief Board in November, 1943
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Unemployment: Percent of Gainful Workers Unemployed in January, 1931
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Median Equivalent Monthly Rental, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Per cent of Heads of Families Negro, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Per cent of Heads of Families Foreign Born White, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Per cent of Heads of Families Native White of Native Parentage, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Children Under Fifteen Years of Age, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Negro Population, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Foreign Born White Population, 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Population Increase and Decrease 1920 to 1930
  • Pittsburgh Census Tracts, Total Population, 1930
  • The Eisendrath Family, Family Tree (cf. BOX 253, Folders 24 & 25)
Box 303

Chicago, sampling places from newspaper reports of raids, grapevine system, lucky products and spiritualists by observation from automobile in the Black Belt, 1933.

Box 303

Chicago, female venereal cases, Public Health Institute, 1926, Chicago, Greater South Chicago, community welfare agencies, 1921, New Orleans, Louisiana, n.d.

Box 304

University of Chicago, Social Research Committee, Social Research Map of Chicago, 1923

Box 304

Zoning map of San Franciso, n.d.

Box 305

Chicago, land values, 1926 (5)

Box 305

Kinship diagrams, n.d.

Series XII: Restricted

This series is composed of student records, recommendations and grades. Notes found in the folders suggest that the provenance of these materials may have originally been the academic files of the Committee on Communication, the students of which were transferred to the Dept. of Sociology upon the dissolution of that Committee in 1959. According to this note, Elihu Katz became the faculty advisor in Sociology for these students, lending further evidence to the supposition that Burgess's original files have been supplemented in some fashion with the files of at least Katz and perhaps others.

Box 306   Folder 1-24

Student grades, recommendations, records

Box 307   Folder 1-9

Student grades, recommendations, records