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Guide to the Buford Junker Papers 1930-1975

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Junker, Buford. Papers

Dates:

1930-1975

Size:

18 linear feet (36 boxes)

Repository:

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

Abstract:

Buford H. Junker (b. 1911) was an American sociologist and anthropologist, researcher, consultant, analyst, teacher, writer and editor, field observer, and World War II veteran of the Office of Strategic Services. The collection contains Junker’s course materials, teaching materials, correspondence, notes, papers, memos, syllabi, bibliographies, drafts, manuscripts, field reports, interviews transcripts, field notes, progress reports, journal reprints, abstracts, book reviews, memorabilia, ephemera, and photographs. Materials date from 1930 – 1975 with the bulk of the materials from 1935 – 1960. The papers primarily document Junker’s professional activities conducting or participating in research projects and boards as well as his teaching materials at various institutions, his academic writings, and his involvement in professional associations.

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

Biographical Note

Buford H. Junker was born September 19, 1911 in New York City. In 1929 he graduated from Pelham Memorial High School in Pelham, New York. In 1933 he received an A.B. cum laude in Anthropology from Harvard College. After his undergraduate, Junker pursued graduate work at Harvard conducting research in Anthropology until 1934. He continued his education at the University of Chicago in Sociology. His education at Chicago was discontinuous in the war years. He attended various quarters from 1937 – 1938, and in the post-war years. Junker eventually took his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago in 1954.

During World War II, Junker served from 1941 – 1943 as a staff member with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in Washington, D.C. From 1943 – 1945, as an Army Captain on active duty, Junker went overseas with the OSS to Allied Force Headquarters (AFHQ) in Algiers, Naples, Grenoble, Lyon, and Paris. From 1943 – 1944 he worked with the Psychological Warfare Branch, AFHQ, Army Services Forces, and Information and Education Division. In 1945 Junker returned to Washington, D.C. where he assisted Lt. Col. Charles Dollard in the Analysis and Planning Branch of the OSS. Junker was on Active Reserve until 1958 at which point he resigned as an Army Major.

Junker’s academic interests were diverse. In his dissertation, “Living Room Arrangements and Life Styles”, finished in 1954, Junker studied the placements of living room furnishings and their relationship and meaning to society, politics, and aesthetics. His dissertation synthesized what would be Junker’s lifelong interest in Sociology and Social Anthropology. This interest can be seen in the courses that Junker taught over the course of his teaching career at the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Kentucky, and the University of Pittsburgh as well as a number of Chicago City colleges. Some of Junker’s classes that reflect this interest in sociology and social anthropology are: Human Problems of Industrial Organization; Human Relations in Industry; and, Culture, Society, and the Individual, to name a few.

In general, Junker’s teaching career is an accurate reflection of his hybrid interests. These interests include comparative studies of the peoples of the world with respect to their economic and social institutions. Further, Junker studied social organizations and symbolic behavior, and had an interest in the fundamental ways of operating selected organizations. In this last respect, Junker conducted voluminous research over the course of his career on Voluntary Organizations as well as Hospitals, Universities and Colleges, and Industrial Organizations. Junker’s interests, though diverse, were also fundamentally grounded in concerns for human beings. He conducted research in social and psychological conditions and processes of individual and group development in contemporary society, especially in educational and business organizations. He taught courses on The Community; Contemporary Communities; Societies Around the World; Sociological Analysis of American Society; Social Status and Learning; and The Individual in Society. Besides these interests, Junker also conducted research on race relations, social stratification, and occupations and professions.

The writings of Junker animate his sustained interest in community organizations and institutions. From 1939 – 1940, Junker conducted research in a project commissioned by the Rockefeller Foundation to study the roots of opinion formation processes in a small Michigan city. The project took many iterations as essays and manuscripts the first of which was entitled “What Hometown Thinks About the War in 1940”. Junker changed the title in a later draft to “What Hometown Thought About the War in 1940” and further developed the project for its republication under the pseudonym John Flint as “Hometown: A Study of Social Stratification and Secondary Education”. Junker also worked on a similar research project that would be circulated as “Secondary Education in Dowagiac, Michigan: A Report to the Superintendent of Schools and the Dowagiac Board of Education”.

Some of Junker’s writings were products of his professional research projects. From 1955 – 1956, as director for Community Surveys, Inc., Junker and associates undertook a number of research projects that were later developed into publications like “Community Chest: A Case Study in Philanthropy”, and “Redevelopment: Some Human Gains and Losses”, the latter of which was a special study for the Indianapolis Redevelopment Commission. Junker also wrote various reviews of publications chiefly for The American Journal of Sociology, as well as entries to the Statistical Atlas of Southern Counties.

His most significant work may be “Field Work: an Introduction to the Social Sciences” published in 1960. The work grew out of an earlier research project started in 1951 on field training techniques that Junker had participated in at the University of Chicago with Everett Hughes, Ray Gold, and Dorothy Kittel. The work involved intensive research into the theory and practice of field studies which would help to further develop the burgeoning social sciences in the postwar years. Through myriad, meticulous field reports and interviews, the team worked toward a comprehensive introduction to field work. This work was connected to seminars Junker taught with Professor Everett Hughes on an Introduction to Field Methods as well as a special seminar on Field Observation.

Although much of his work centers on his career in academia, Junker participated in a number of research projects for private companies or non-profit organizations as a consultant, analyst, or director. In 1938 – 1939, Junker served as executive director of staff for the Negro Youth Study in Chicago which produced “Color and Human Nature”, an article co-authored by Junker. From 1940 – 1941 Junker received a fellowship from the General Education Board for study at the Institute of Child Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley.

In the postwar years from 1946 – 1954, Junker undertook various research activities for private or non-profits organizations. In 1946 he served on the Committee on Human Relations in Industry under director Dr. Burleigh B. Gardner. At the University of Chicago he conducted various research projects among which included an extensive study of Sears, Roebuck, & Company. From 1946 – 1949, Junker was Assistant Director of Social Research, Inc. (SRI), Chicago. During his tenure at SRI, he performed assorted organization studies and market research for Glenn L. Martin Company and Macfadden Publications, Inc., among others. From 1948 – 1951 at the University of Chicago, Junker served as an instructor in Sociology and sat on the board of the Committee on Human Development. He was a research associate and director of the Ford Foundation Social Sciences Project on Field Training, a report that would be privately circulated as “Cases on Field Work” and further developed for publication in “Field Work: an Introduction to the Social Sciences”.

From 1955 – 1956 Junker served in Indianapolis, Indiana as the director of Philanthropy Study, for Community Surveys, Inc. The work studied mass fundraising, and was sponsored by a not-for-profit corporation founded by the citizens of Indianapolis. From 1956 – 1957 Junker was a visiting lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Kentucky. From 1957 – 1959 Junker was Research Associate at the Administrative Science Center, and lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh. In the 1960s, Junker began teaching at Chicago City colleges. From 1959 – 1963 he was an Associate Professor of Sociology at the Wright Branch of Chicago City Junior College. From 1963 – 1976, Junker was Associate Professor, Professor, and Chairman of the Social Sciences Department at the Southeast Campus of Chicago City College. In his career, Junker held memberships with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Anthropological Association, American Sociological Society, Society for Applied Anthropology, and Sigma Xi, a national honorary scientific society.

In 1937 Junker married Nancy E. Scott, who later died on November 28, 1947. In 1949, he remarried Gladys M. Willcutt, a longtime teacher of Mathematics at The Laboratory School, University of Chicago. They had no children.

Scope Note

The Buford Junker Papers are divided into six series: Series I: Personal; Series II: Teaching Materials; Series III: Writings; Series IV: Professional; Series V: Assorted Research; Series VI: Audio-Visual. The collection contains correspondence, notes, papers, memos, syllabi, bibliographies, drafts, manuscripts, field reports, interviews transcripts, field notes, progress reports, journal reprints, abstracts, book reviews, memorabilia, ephemera, and photographs. Materials date from 1930 – 1975 with the bulk of the materials from 1935 – 1960. The papers primarily document Junker’s professional activities in conducting research projects, participating on boards, teaching at various institutions, and writing and editing. It should be noted that much of the material in the collection is interrelated. When cross-referencing the collection pay special attention to Series II – IV which share a particular intimacy.

Series I, Personal, mostly contains materials that relate to Buford Junker’s undergraduate study of Anthropology at Harvard and graduate study of Sociology at the University of Chicago. These student materials include: course notes, lecture transcripts, syllabi, bibliographies, exams, and student papers. This series also contains the personal correspondence of Mr. Junker, memorabilia, and ephemera.

Series II, Teaching Materials, chronicles the teaching career of Mr. Junker at the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Kentucky, University of Pittsburgh, as well as the junior colleges that he taught at. These teaching materials include: correspondence, syllabi, notes, papers, abstracts, and bibliographies. Mr. Junker co-taught some of his courses so this series also contains the materials of his co-teachers, frequently W. Lloyd Warner, Everett C. Hughes, and Robert J. Havighurst.

Series III, Writings, contains Buford Junker’s writings that span from his graduate work at Harvard, dissertation at the University of Chicago, publications of books and articles, and mimeographed reports and studies that were privately circulated. The materials include: abstracts, bibs, notes, papers, drafts, manuscripts, clippings, and reprints. Considering the volume of the material in this series, subseries will be created to organize this section of the collection. The subseries are as follows:

Subseries 1, Norfolk Prison Research, contain materials relating to Mr. Junker’s Harvard graduate study for Dr. Elton Mayo of organization at Norfolk State Prison Colony. These materials include: extensive field reports, interview transcripts, preliminary reports, correspondence, memos, notes, bibliographies, and documentation and ephemera of Norfolk prison.

Subseries 2, Dissertation, contain materials related to the Ph.D. dissertation of Buford Junker in Sociology at the University of Chicago. The title of his dissertation was “Living Room Arrangements and Life Styles”. The materials include: abstracts, bibliographies, notes, correspondence, memos, dissertation statements, papers, drafts, statements, clippings, and journal reprints.

Subseries 3, Hometown, contain materials relating to Mr. Junker’s study of opinion formation processes during WWII. The subseries includes: drafts, manuscripts, interviews, field reports, essays, correspondence, notes, bibs, memos, abstracts, clippings, and journal reprints.

Subseries 4, Dowagiac, Michigan, contain materials related to the writing of “Secondary Education in Dowagiac, Michigan”. These materials include: manuscripts, notes, field reports, interviews, correspondence, abstracts, bibs, clippings, and journal reprints.

Series IV, Professional, contains the bulk of the material in the collection. This series chronicles most of Dr. Junker’s academic research in the fields of Sociology and Anthropology as well as his participation in numerous studies, organizations, conferences, boards, and seminars. Since the volume of this section of the collection is considerable, it will be divided into subseries. These are as follows:

Subseries 1, Sears, Roebuck & Company, contain materials related to Junker’s research of Sears. These materials include: personnel interview transcripts, non-personnel transcripts, correspondence, memos, notes, analysis, materials on a leadership conference, case studies, materials related to the New York Headquarters, proposals, field reports, and lecture notes.

Subseries 2, Social Research, Inc., contain materials that relate to Mr. Junker’s time spent as Assistant Director of the Social Research, Inc. During his tenure with the organization, Junker worked on various research projects for Glenn L. Martin Company, MacFadden Publications, and Quincy, Illinois. The materials in this subseries include: correspondence, notes, memos, project notes, myriad field notes, expense accounts, clippings, and journal reprints.

Subseries 3, Field Training Project, contain materials related to the Ford Foundation Social Sciences Project on Field Training, and the publications “Field Work” and “Cases on Field Work”. These materials include: field reports, bibliographies, notes, correspondence, memos, papers, staff meetings, progress reports, lecture notes, newsletters, and journal reprints. The subseries also contain materials of Junker’s co-researchers and –writers on the project.

Subseries 4, Community Surveys Inc., Philanthropy Study, contain materials related to the research of Junker while he was Director of Philanthropy Study for Community Surveys, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana. The materials include: correspondence, memos, notes, field reports, documents, budget and fundraising information, bibliographies, journal reprints, and clippings.

Subseries 5, Administrative Science Center, contain materials related to Junker’s participation as a Research Associate for the ASC at the University of Pittsburgh. The materials include: abstracts, notes, correspondence, bibliographies, reports, seminar materials, pamphlets, clippings, and reprints.

Series V, Assorted Research, contain materials of miscellaneous or tangential research conducted by Junker as well as materials related to his memberships in a number of professional associations over the course of his career. The research includes topics on Economics, Mathematics, ‘Compendium on Rural Education’, Layman-Expert relations, his fellowship at Berkeley, and his wartime research. A few of Junker’s memberships that are chronicled in the series include The American Anthropological Association, National Opinion Research Center, Society for Applied Anthropology, Committee on Human Relations, and the IXth International Congress of Anthropological & Ethnological Science. The materials include: correspondence, notes, memos, abstracts, bibliographies, manuscripts, reports, teaching materials, progress reports, newsletters, clippings, journal reprints, publications, and book reviews

Series VI, Audio-Visual, contains photographs of household interiors used by Junker in his research activities for Social Research Inc. The photographs vary in size and are in black and white.

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Personal

Box 1   Folder 1

Africa, papers, notes, and abstracts, 1931-1961

Box 1   Folder 2

Africa, lecture notes, outlines, 1932

Box 1   Folder 3

Africa; Asia; notes, bibs, abstracts, clippings, 1954-1958

Box 1   Folder 4

Comparative Institutions, lecture notes, bibs, 1939

Box 1   Folder 5

Anthropology, miscellaneous courses, notes, papers, bibs, and related materials, 1932-1939

Box 1   Folder 6

Seminar Notes, 'The Nature of a Theoretical Natural Science of Society', A.R. Radcliffe-Brown, 1937

Box 1   Folder 7

Religious Movements and the Church of God in Greenville, South Carolina, term paper, and related materials, 1946

Box 1   Folder 8

Greenville, SC, journal reprints, notes, 1937-1938

Box 1   Folder 9

Greenville, SC, correspondence, bibs, clippings 1939

Box 1   Folder 9

'Stability in Collective Bargaining Relations', term paper, notes, abstracts, 1947

Box 2   Folder 1

A.B. Thesis, drafts, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1933

Box 2   Folder 2

Ethnology; The South; Methods; Theory, bibs, syllabi, papers, abstracts, 1934-1939

Box 2   Folder 3

Folk Society, syllabus, notes, papers, undated

Box 2   Folder 4

Seminar on Class and Caste, notes, bibs, clippings, journal reprints, 1935-1939

Box 2   Folder 5

The Sociological Theory of Totemism, notes and paper, 1932

Box 2   Folder 6

Professions and Occupations, bibs, notes, and exam, 1934-1956

Box 2   Folder 7

Student materials, assorted notes, 1930-1939

Box 2   Folder 8

Report to Houser Association, notes, papers, 1933-1947

Box 2   Folder 9

The Avon Home, student research, notes, 1934

Box 2   Folder 10

Social Ethics, notes, papers, reading lists, 1930-1931

Box 2   Folder 11

'Stability in Collective Bargaining Relations', term paper, notes, abstracts, 1947

Box 3   Folder 1

Correspondence, 1951-1971

Box 3   Folder 2

Advanced Field Studies, bibs, notes, and exams, 1946-1952

Box 3   Folder 3

Yale Conference, Institute of Human Relations, synopsis, 1939

Box 3   Folder 4

Academic Societies, Sigma Xi, assorted, 1940-1960

Box 3   Folder 5

Oddments and Memorabilia, 1959-1968

Series II: Teaching Materials

Box 3   Folder 6

Student's papers, 1957-1958

Box 3   Folder 7

Supervised dissertation, 'Subdivision Society', 1960

Box 3   Folder 8

The Field of Social Organization, syllabus, 1951-1952

Box 3   Folder 9

Human Relations in Industry, course materials, notes, bibs, abstracts critiques, reprints, clippings, 1944-1957

Box 4   Folder 1

Human Relations in Industry, course materials, 1947-1949

Box 4   Folder 2

Human Relations in Industry, course materials, 1947-1957

Box 4   Folder 3

Human Development, assorted reprints and clippings, 1945-1952

Box 4   Folder 4

Human Problems in Industrial Organization, outlines, bibs, notes, papers, 1949-1951

Box 4   Folder 5

Industrial Organization, papers, publications, reports, discussion notes, 1946-1950

Box 4   Folder 6

Industrial Sociology, seminar notes, case studies, clippings, 1943-1949

Box 4   Folder 7

Industrial Sociology, reviews, notes, 1948-1952

Box 5

Industrial Sociology; bibliography A-Z (index cards), undated

Box 6   Folder 1

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1950-1960

Box 6   Folder 2

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1952-1958

Box 6   Folder 3

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1956-1959

Box 6   Folder 4

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1957-1960

Box 6   Folder 5-7

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1958-1959

Box 6   Folder 8

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, course materials, 1958-1966

Box 7   Folder 1

Voluntary Orgs, abstracts, reprints, clippings, 1956-1959

Box 7   Folder 2

Voluntary Orgs, materials from Everett Hughes, 1940-1958

Box 7   Folder 3

Voluntary Orgs, submitted papers, note, 1958-1959

Box 7   Folder 4

The Community, syllabus, course notes, bibs, 1956-1957

Box 7   Folder 5

Kinship, lecture notes, and course outlines, 1962

Box 7   Folder 6

Kin Models, report by Edward A. Kennard, 1965

Box 7   Folder 7

Contemporary Communities, syllabi, bibs, reprints, clippings, 1949-1950

Box 7   Folder 8

Culture, Society, and the Individual, syllabus, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1950-1951

Box 7   Folder 9

Culture, Society, and the Individual; Personality; Seminars, lecture notes, 1941-1949

Box 7   Folder 10

Sociology Theory, Occupations, notes, bibs abstracts, clippings, 1932-1954

Box 7   Folder 11

Organizational Theory, papers, notes, journal reprints, clippings, 1946-1954

Box 8

Voluntary Organizations in American Communities, Bibliography A-Z (index cards); Supplement #1 A-Z (index cards); Supplement #2 A-G (index cards), 1958

Box 9

Voluntary Orgs, Supplement #2 H-Z (index cards), 1958

Box 10    Folder 1

Industrial Organization, papers, correspondence, notes, 1958

Box 10    Folder 2

Pivotal Structures in Complex Organizations, notes, bibs, working paper, 1958

Box 10    Folder 3

Social Status and Learning, bibs, journal reprints, 1949

Box 10    Folder 4

Social Status and Learning, materials from co-lecturer W. Lloyd Warner, 1936-1950

Box 10    Folder 5

The Individual in Society, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1950-1951

Box 10    Folder 6

The Ministry of Truth, notes, outlines, reviews, clippings, 1954-1960

Box 10    Folder 7

The Ministry of Truth, student's papers, 1960-1961

Box 10    Folder 8

Faculty Seminar on Power, University of Kentucky, bibs, notes, 1956-1957

Box 10    Folder 9

University of Pittsburgh, Teaching Materials, correspondence, bibs, notes, abstracts, 1958-1959

Box 10    Folder 10-11

Faculty Participation in Policy Making, Harvard Visit notes, clippings, 1958

Box 10    Folder 12

Faculty Participation in Policy Making, notes, bibs, memos, clippings, 1957-1958

Box 10    Folder 13

Faculty Seminar, Social Psychology, syllabus, bibliography, 1950

Box 11   Folder 1

Sociology of Work, syllabus, bibs, notes, clippings, 1959

Box 11   Folder 2

Social Implications of Industrial Society, bibs, syllabus, notes, 1956-1958

Box 11   Folder 3

Introduction to Field Studies, bibs, memos, and inventories, 1951-1952

Box 11   Folder 4

Introduction to Field Studies, papers on interviewing methods, journal reprints, 1943-1968

Box 11   Folder 5

Teaching Materials, assorted, bibs, abstracts, clippings, 1946-1956

Box 11   Folder 6

Roosevelt University, Anthropology, outlines, 1963-1964

Box 11   Folder 7

Wright Junior College, Teaching Materials, syllabi, reprints, 1940-1960

Series III: Writings

Subseries 1: Norfolk Prison Research

Box 12   Folder 1

Norfolk Prison Preliminary Reports, 1932

Box 12   Folder 2

Norfolk Prison, Field Reports, No. 1-9, 1932

Box 12   Folder 3

Norfolk Prison, Field Reports, No. 10-17, 1932

Box 12   Folder 4

Norfolk Prison, Field Reports, No. 19, 22, 24-27, 1932

Box 12   Folder 5

Norfolk Prison, Field Reports, No. 1-27 (carbons), 1932

Box 12   Folder 6

Norfolk Prison Report (original), 1932

Box 12   Folder 7

Norfolk Prison, notes, bibs, abstracts, clippings, 1935-1963

Box 13   Folder 1

Norfolk Prison Materials, miscellaneous notes, 1932

Box 13   Folder 2

The Psychology of Penal Reform, paper, undated

Box 13   Folder 3

Norfolk Prison, term paper, maps, 1932-1946

Box 13   Folder 4-5

Norfolk Prison Report (copy), 1932

Subseries 2: Dissertation

Box 13   Folder 6

Ph.D. Dissertation, statement, abstract, 1951-1954

Box 13   Folder 7

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1942-1951

Box 13   Folder 8

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1946-1951

Box 14   Folder 1-2

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1946-1953

Box 14   Folder 3

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1948-1953

Box 14   Folder 4

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1949-1950

Box 14   Folder 5

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1949-1954

Box 14   Folder 6

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1950-1953

Box 15

Dissertation Materials, "Taste" abstracts and bibliography (index cards) organized alphabetically; 'The South' abstracts and bibliography (index cards) unorganized; "Taste" bibliography (index cards) organized by subject area, undated

Box 16   Folder 1

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1950-1955

Box 16   Folder 2

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1951-1953

Box 16   Folder 3

Dissertation Materials, assorted, 1952-1967

Subseries III: 'Hometown'

Box 16   Folder 4

What Hometown Thought About the War in 1940, drafts, 1939-1940

Box 16   Folder 5

Hometown: A Study of Education and Social Stratification, manuscript, Parts III and IV, (copies), 1940

Box 16   Folder 6

What Hometown Thought, (carbons of final essay), undated

Box 16   Folder 7

What Hometown Thinks About the War, (carbons), 1939-1940

Box 17   Folder 1

Hometown, Correspondence, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1939-1949

Box 17   Folder 2

Hometown, manuscript, Part I and II, 1940

Box 17   Folder 3

Hometown, manuscript, Part III and IV, 1940

Box 17   Folder 4

Hometown, manuscript, Part III and IV (copies), 1940

Box 17   Folder 5

What Hometown Thought, manuscript, undated

Box 17   Folder 6

"Opinions about the War in a Small Mid-Western City", summary, correspondence, 1940

Box 17   Folder 7

What Hometown Thinks about The War, Public Opinion Appendices I-IV, and correspondence, 1940

Box 17   Folder 8

What Hometown Thought, manuscript, 1946

Box 18

Hometown, Public Opinion Materials, Interviews, notes, bibs, 1940

Subseries IV: Dowagiac, Michigan

Box 18   Folder 2

Dowagiac, Michigan, First Draft, 1939

Box 18   Folder 3

Secondary Education in Dowagiac, Michigan, copyrighted manuscript, 1937-1961

Box 18   Folder 4

Dowagiac, notes on social stratification and education, abstracts, 1940

Box 18   Folder 5

Public Opinion and the Emergency, manuscript, notes, 1939-1940

Box 18   Folder 6

Dowagiac, Michigan, interview transcripts, notes, 1939-1940

Box 18   Folder 7

Dowagiac, Michigan, Everett Claspy publications on Potawatomi Indians, 1967-1970

Box 19   Folder 1

Dowagiac, Michigan, manuscript, 1939

Box 19   Folder 2

Dowagiac, Michigan, Directories, clippings, 1939-1948

Series IV: Professional

Subseries 1: Sears, Roebuck and Company

Box 19    Folder 3

Sears, Roebuck and Co., research memos, notes, 1947

Box 19    Folder 4

Sears, research proposal, reports, lecture papers, 1945

Box 19    Folder 5

Sears, Personnel Interviews, notes, and index, 1945-1946

Box 19    Folder 6

Sears, Personnel Interviews, 1945-1946

Box 19    Folder 7

Sears, Personnel Interviews, 1946

Box 19    Folder 8

Sears, Personnel Interviews, 1945-1947

Box 19    Folder 9

Sears, Personnel Counsel, Western Electric Co., "Relations with Employees", manuscript, 1950

Box 20   Folder 1

Sears, Leadership Conference, memos, notes, papers, 1947

Box 20   Folder 2

Sears, non-personnel interviews, surveys, clippings, 1946

Box 20   Folder 3

Sears, New York City Offices, notes, clippings, 1947

Box 20   Folder 4

Sears, case studies on sources, 1947

Subseries 2: Social Research, Inc.

Box 20   Folder 5

Social Research Inc. ("SRI"), papers, publications, clippings, 1946-1960

Box 20   Folder 6

SRI Board, minutes, 1947-1950

Box 20   Folder 7

SRI, Thematic Apperception Technique, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1949-1950

Box 20   Folder 8

SRI, Thematic Apperception Technique, notes, bibs, abstracts, 1950-1957

Box 20   Folder 9

SRI, MacFadden Publications, correspondence, bibs, abstracts, 1947-1948

Box 20   Folder 10

SRI, MacFadden Publications, Rockford Study, maps, clippings, project notes, memos, 1948

Box 21    Folder 1

SRI, Quincy, Illinois research, correspondence, 1954

Box 21    Folder 2-3

SRI, Quincy, IL, Field Notes, 1954

Box 21    Folder 4

SRI, Quincy, IL, project notes, expense accounts, 1954

Box 21    Folder 5

SRI, Quincy, IL, documents, 1952-1955

Box 21    Folder 6

SRI, Quincy, IL, notes on local paper, 1954

Subseries 3: Field Training Project

Box 21   Folder 7

Field Training Project, bibliographies, 1950-1959

Box 21   Folder 8

FTP, staff meetings, notes, 1952

Box 21   Folder 9

FTP, Everett Hughes, notes and memos, 1945-1951

Box 21   Folder 10

FTP, Cornell University, Stephen Richardson, Progress Report, 1951-1952

Box 22   Folder 1

Field Training Project, American Anthropological Association, newsletters, clippings, 1968-1971

Box 22   Folder 2

FTP, Documents for cases, 1947-1952

Box 22   Folder 3

FTP, Possible Researchers, 1952-1955

Box 22   Folder 4

FTP, Ideas and Materials for papers on field work, notes, 1952-1971

Box 22   Folder 5

Methods and Training in Field Observation, Seminar, notes and related materials, 1952

Box 22   Folder 6

FTP, Urban Sociology, syllabus, papers, 1968-1971

Box 22   Folder 7

FTP, Book Materials, outlines, drafts, correspondence, notes, 1947-1971

Box 22   Folder 8

FTP Book, correspondence, notes, 1953-1959

Box 22   Folder 9

FTP Book, additions, introduction by Everett Hughes, 1952-1959

Box 22   Folder 10

'Cases on Field Work', correspondence, paper from Julius Roth, 1963

Box 22   Folder 11

FTP, Seminar, lecture notes, 1952

Box 23   Folder 1-2

Field Training Project, Interviews, 1951

Box 23   Folder 3

FTP, correspondence, notes, journal reprints, 1936-1946

Box 23   Folder 4

FTP, abstracts, bibs, notes, 1952-1959

Box 23   Folder 5

FTP Book, correspondence, 1952-1959

Box 23   Folder 6

FTP Book, discussion with Howie Becker, reprints, ideas, notes, 1951-1959

Box 23   Folder 7

FTP Book, notes on interviewing, 1951-1954

Box 23   Folder 8

FTP Book, table of contents, notes, outlines, 1952-1954

Box 24   Folder 1

Field Training Project, memo to committee on field training, minutes, 1951-1952

Box 24   Folder 2

FTP Book, Everett Hughes materials, memos, discussion, and comments, 1952-1954

Box 24   Folder 3

FTP, Society for Social Research, Summer Institute, program, correspondence, 1952

Box 24   Folder 4

FTP, documents, editing plan, examples, 1951-1952

Box 24   Folder 5

FTP, Hospital Studies, notes, bibs, interviews, clippings, 1952

Subseries 4: Community Surveys, Inc., Philanthropy Study

Box 24   Folder 6

Philanthropy Study, Incidents and Queries, with index, 1955-1956

Box 24   Folder 7

Field Reports, #1-25, with comprehensive index, 1955-1956

Box 24   Folder 8

Field Reports, #26-50, 1955

Box 25   Folder 1

Philanthropy Study, Field Reports, #51A-75, 1955

Box 25   Folder 2

Field Reports, #76-96, 1955

Box 25   Folder 3

Field Reports, by other(s), 1955-1956

Box 25   Folder 4-5

Philanthropy Study, Budget and Fundraising notes, 1955-1956

Box 25   Folder 6

Philanthropy Study, miscellaneous documents, 1955-1956

Box 25   Folder 7

Philanthropic Digest, appeals, receipts, and related materials, 1959-1962

Box 25   Folder 8

Philanthropy Study, report, working outline, and Chapter I draft, 1956

Box 26   Folder 1

Philanthropy Study, Correspondence, 1954-1958

Box 26   Folder 2

Philanthropy Study, Memos from John R. Seeley, #1-100, 1955

Box 26   Folder 3

Memos from John R. Seeley, #101-210, 1955-1956

Box 26   Folder 4

Memos to John R. Seeley, 1955-1956

Box 26   Folder 5

Philanthropy Study, miscellaneous memos, 1955-1956

Box 26   Folder 6

Community Surveys, Inc., Membership Lists, 1955-1956

Box 26   Folder 7

Community Surveys, Inc., Annual Meeting, notes, 1957

Box 26   Folder 8

Philanthropy Study, Incidents and Queries, with index, by Robert Jones, 1955-1956

Box 27   Folder 1

Philanthropy Study, Case Study, "Redevelopment: Some Human Gains and Losses", No. 69-118-1, manuscript, 1956

Box 27   Folder 2

Philanthropy Study, Field Reports, by Robert Jones, with index, 1955-1956

Box 27   Folder 3

Philanthropy Study, general notes, bibs, and clippings, 1956-1959

Subseries 5: Administrative Science Center

Box 27   Folder 4

Administrative Science Center ("ASC"), General Administration, overviews of functions and processes, 1956-1958

Box 27   Folder 5

ASC, correspondence, notes, clippings, 1961-1962

Box 27   Folder 6

ASC, journal and magazine reprints, 1956-1958

Box 27   Folder 7

ASC, Pamphlets, 1959-1963

Box 27   Folder 8

ASC, abstracts, bibliographies, 1951-1958

Box 27   Folder 9

ASC, Book Reviews, 1952-1957

Box 27   Folder 10

ASC, Harvard Visit, notes, reprints, and clippings, 1956-1962

Box 28

Administrative Science Center, Bibliography (index cards) A-Z; unorganized bibliography (index cards); 1958

Box 29   Folder 1

Administrative Science Center, Terms and Concepts, memos, bibs, 1957

Box 29   Folder 2

ASC, Seminar, Louis Kriesberg, notes, papers, 1958

Box 29   Folder 3

ASC, Seminar, papers, notes, 1958-1959

Box 29   Folder 4

ASC, notes, bibs, reprints, and clippings, 1959-1961

Series V: Assorted Research

Box 29   Folder 5

Economic Schemas, notes, abstracts, 1946

Box 29   Folder 6

Georges Friedmann, abstracts, notes, bibs, 1951

Box 29   Folder 7

Economics "modules", correspondence, notes, clippings, 1972-1973

Box 30

Abstracts (index cards), organized by subject area, undated

Box 31   Folder 1

Assorted, journals, publications, reviews, clippings, 1937-1957

Box 31   Folder 2

Assorted, journals, publications, reviews, clippings, 1943-1965

Box 31   Folder 3

Assorted, journals, publications, reviews, clippings, 1943-1969

Box 31   Folder 4

Assorted, journals, publications, reviews, clippings, 1946-1961

Box 31   Folder 5

Scientific American, reprints, 1960

Box 31   Folder 6

Book Reviews, 1950-1971

Box 31   Folder 7

Wartime Research, Psychology Division, paper, outline, 1942

Box 31   Folder 8

Wartime Research, report, draft, 1945-1949

Box 32   Folder 1

War and Peace: World Government, abstracts, clippings, 1943-1946

Box 32   Folder 2

Works Research Project, drafts, notes, 1950

Box 32   Folder 3

Army Recruiting, Hegewisch interviews, carbons, 1945-1948

Box 32   Folder 4

Society for Applied Anthropology, Annual Meeting, Haverford College, 1952

Box 32   Folder 5

American Anthropological Association, correspondence, reprints, maps, 1967-1974

Box 32   Folder 6-7

IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Science, program, 1973

Box 32   Folder 8

National Opinion Research Center (NORC), notes, memos, reports, 1950-1952

Box 32   Folder 9

NORC, papers, survey, 1951-1952

Box 33   Folder 1

University Governance, notes, 1957

Box 33   Folder 2

Education and Universities, abstracts, notes, clippings, bibs, and journal reprints, 1936-1960

Box 33   Folder 3

Inuit Spouse-Exchange, D.L. Guemple manuscript, 1961

Box 33   Folder 4

Leo Srole, reprints and correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 33   Folder 5

James C. Worthy, publications, papers, clippings, and correspondence, 1947-1950

Box 33   Folder 6

Georg Simmel, bibliography and abstracts, 1946-1954

Box 33   Folder 7

Mathematics, notes, clippings, 1958

Box 33   Folder 8

Business Enterprise, abstracts, papers, 1945-1956

Box 33   Folder 9

Race Relations, talk of Everett Hughes used in Dinner Meeting, 1944

Box 33   Folder 10

Communities Research, maps, journals, clippings, 1956-1971

Box 34   Folder 1

Non-profit Organizations, notes, abstracts, clippings, 1957-1958

Box 34   Folder 2

Social Rhetoric, papers, clippings, outlines, notes, 1947-1958

Box 34   Folder 3

Scientific Management, notes, abstracts, 1947

Box 34   Folder 4

'Compendium on Southern Rural Life', manuscript, 1936

Box 34   Folder 5

Compendium, correspondence, 1972-1975

Box 34   Folder 6

Layman-Expert Relations, Personality and Occupation, notes, abstracts, and journal reprints, 1948-1951

Box 35   Folder 1

Layman-Expert, correspondence, notes, clippings, 1957-1958

Box 35   Folder 2-3

The Layman and the Professions, Urbanization Seminar, 1955

Box 35   Folder 4

Layman-Specialist, papers, lecture notes, 1939-1958

Box 35   Folder 5

Berkeley, California, "G-Series" Progress Report, 1940-1941

Box 35   Folder 6

Berkeley, Seminar, lecture notes, 1940-1941

Box 35   Folder 7

Berkeley, miscellaneous documents and notes for Progress Report, 1940-1941

Box 36   Folder 1

Committee on Human Development in Industry, abstracts, 1936-1951

Box 36   Folder 2

Committee on Human Relations, assorted papers, notes, 1945-1946

Box 36   Folder 3

Committee on Human Relations, papers, 1949

Box 36   Folder 4

Committee on Human Relations, William Whyte papers, progress report, 1949-1956

Series VI: Audio-Visual

Box 36   Folder 5

Social Research Inc., Rockford, Macfadden Study, index of photographs, notes, Report to Center City, 1948-1950

Box 36   Folder 6

Rockford Family Portraits, Stanger, first group #1, 1948

Box 36   Folder 7

Rockford Family Portraits, Dietrich, first group #2, 1948

Box 36   Folder 8

Rockford Family Portraits, Cartier, first group #3, 1948

Box 36   Folder 9

Rockford Family Portraits, Jackson, first group #4, 1948

Box 36   Folder 10

Rockford Family Portraits, Price, first group #5, 1948

Box 36   Folder 11

Rockford Family Portraits, Gerber, first group #6, 1948

Box 36   Folder 12

Rockford Family Portraits, Newton, first group #7, 1948

Box 36   Folder 13

Rockford Family Portraits, second group #1-8, 1949

Box 36   Folder 14

Miscellaneous photographs, undated