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John Montgomery Cooper

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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: John Montgomery Cooper, 1881-1949
Title: The John Montgomery Cooper Papers
Dates: 1898-1962
Extent: 38 linear feet; 72 boxes
Abstract: These papers contain sermons; articles in anthropology, sociology, sacred theology, and religious studies; correspondence arranged by subject and correspondent; and personal correspondence.
Collection Number: ACUA 049
Language: English

Biographical Note

Born in Rockville, Maryland in 1881, the son of James Joseph and Emma Lillie Tolou Cooper, John Montgomery Cooper distinguished himself as a professor, administrator, theologian, and anthropologist. He was ordained in 1905, named domestic prelate in 1940, and died in 1949.

In 1897, Cooper enrolled in Saint Charles College in Ellicott City, Maryland, to begin his studies for the priesthood. Two years later, he attended the North American College in Rome, where he completed his Ph.D. in 1902 and his Doctorate of Sacred Theology in 1905. While in Europe Cooper developed an interest in archaeology. While assistant pastor of Saint Matthews in Washington between 1905 and 1918, Cooper worked with anthropologists at the Bureau of American Ethnology at the Smithsonian Institution. By 1914 he had published his first anthropological study, Analytical and Critical Bibliography of the Tribes of Tierra del Fuego. From that time on, Cooper wore the hats of anthropologist, sociologist, religious educator and sacred theologian.

Cooper's Intellectual range and organizational abilities attracted the attention of John Burke and members of the Catholic University faculty. From 1909, Cooper taught courses in Sacred Theology at Catholic University Between 1918 and 1920, Cooper worked as both director of camp and community activities and Secretary of the Committee on Women's Activities for the National Catholic War Council.

After completing his work with the NCWC, Catholic University invited him to teach in the Department of Sacred Theology. By 1923, Cooper began teaching in the sociology department as well where he taught courses in sociology and introduced anthropology to the curriculum. Cooper's anthropological studies shaped his religion courses. The religious practices of non-literate peoples increasingly informed his presentation within his theology and religion courses. Ultimately, Cooper led in the establishment of the Department of Religious Education in 1929, the first to grant graduate degrees in religion. Cooper chaired this department until 1938.

By the mid-1920s. Cooper decided to concentrate his energies upon anthropology. In 1926, he founded the Catholic Anthropological Conference (CAC) to promote anthropology among Catholic missionaries who, in turn. collected ethnological objects for him. He edited its publications including the serial, Primitive Man, and special reports. Two years later Catholic University recognized the importance of Cooper's work by establishing the Department of Anthropology and appointing him Professor and Chair of Anthropology. Between 1925 and 1940, Cooper took thirteen field trips to study the Native American tribes in the northern Ontario of Canada. During this time, Cooper developed an especially close collaboration with one of his students-turned-colleague, Regina Flannery Herzfeld. Even after suffering a major heart attack in 1941. Cooper discontinued his field studies and dedicated himself to the anthropology department which he chaired until his death in 1949.

Cooper published extensively. His publications included a four volume series designed for Religious Education entitled "Religion", several articles in "Primitive Man", and other articles on sociology, apologetics, religious studies, and anthropology.

Cooper achieved recognition for his work as an anthropologist. In 1940, he was elected President of the American Anthropological Association. In 1941, Villanova University awarded Cooper the Mendel Medal for his contributions to science and religion.

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Scope and Contents

These papers contain sermons; articles in anthropology, sociology, sacred theology, and religious studies; correspondence arranged by subject and correspondent; and personal correspondence.

Series 1 contains sermons addressed to Saint Matthew's Church between 1907-1918. Sermons covered include: Humility, Charity in Speech, Purity, Peace Among Nations, Thy Kingdom Come, Way of the Cross, Be Not Solicitous, Contrition, Faith and Conduct, A Redeemer Promised, Perfect Love, Gratitude, Pharisee and Publean, Guardian Angels, The Good Shepherd, Rash Judgment, Spiritual Growth, Hail Mary, Forgiveness, Salvation, Compassion, Christian Sympathy, Divine Grace, Necessity of Prayer, Thy Will Be Done, Divinity of Jesus Christ.

Series 2, Subject Files in boxes 5 to 17, contains student letters to parents, notes from committee meetings, information on various organizations and persons, and miscellaneous subject files.

Series 3, Correspondence, contained in boxes 18 to 40, includes some of his letters written as a student to his parents; as editor and organizer of the Catholic Anthropological Conference to missionaries; as anthropologist to contacts who facilitated field trips and to professional organizations; and to leaders of the Catholic Church. Subjects addressed within these letters include several folders on II Poverello House, a settlement house organized by Paul Furfey. Some folders, notably on CUA Press, contain correspondence from Regina Flannery Herzfeld. Also, there is a correspondence file with Sister M. Inez, O.S.B., a teacher from St. Benedict's College, St. Joseph, Minnesota, who was the first woman to be officially admitted as a student to regular classes at Catholic University.

Series 4, Publications, contained in boxes 41 to 70, includes collected publications and articles. Subjects covered in the publications series include birth control, sex education, and social hygiene.

Series 5, the Oversized series in boxes 71 and 72, contain Cooper's oversized, undated lecture notes.

These papers support the museum collection of anthropological objects collected by Cooper during his field trips and missionaries participating in the Catholic Anthropological Conference.

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Arrangement

The John Montgomery Cooper Papers consists of five series:






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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The John Montgomery Cooper Papers were donated by Regina Flannery Herzfeld in the early 1950s, in 1967, and on May 5, 1970.

Processing Information

Processing completed in April 1996 by Tom Greene and Josh Sakolsky. Additional processing completed in April 2006 by Cathey Dugan. EAD markup completed in April 2006 by Cathey Dugan. EAD revisions completed in 2013 by Michael J. Dobbs.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

Henri Hyvemat Papers

John Augustine Ryan Papers

Peter Guilday Papers

Paul Furfey Papers

William J. Kerby Papers

John Montgomery Cooper and Regina Flannery Herzfeld field notes

Records of the National Catholic War Council (Cooper was in charge of their camp and community work, 1918-1920)

At other institutions:

John Montgomery Cooper Papers, The National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Persons:
Cooper, John M. (John Montgomery), 1881-1949
Furfey, Paul Hanly, 1896-
Guilday, Peter, 1884-1947
Hyvernat, Henri, 1858-1941
Kerby, William J. (William Joseph), 1870-1936
Ryan, John Augustine, 1869-1945

Organizations:
Catholic University of America Press
National Catholic Welfare Conference

Subjects:
Anthropology
Religious Studies
Sacred Theology
Sociology


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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Sermons, 1905-1918 (4 boxes)
This series contains a variety of sermons by year and title.
Box Folder
1 1 Sermons, 1913-1914
   
    1. Prayer: Necessity and Utility, September 28, 1913
   
    2. Our Conversation is in Heaven: Phil. 3:20, October 19, 1913
   
    3. Intercession Saints: Use and Abuse, November 16, 1913
   
    4. Incarnation and Redemption - Practical Bearing on Conduct, December 14, 1913
   
    5. Humility, January 4, 1914 and August 21, 1916
   
    6. Brotherhood and Family Ethics, February 1, 1914
   
    7. Charity in Speech, March 1, 1914 and April 29, 1917
   
    8. Purity, March 11, 1914
   
    9. Peace Among Nations, April 12, 1914 and January 7, 1906
   
    10. St. John Baptist de la Salle: Church and Education, May 10, 1914
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1 2 Sermons, 1913-1914
   
    1. Series on Prayer: Calendar and Sermon Titles, 1913-1914
   
    2. Parts and Degrees of Prayer, October 12, 1913
   
    3. Objects of Prayer, October 19, 1913
   
    4. Motives and Confidence: Unanswered Prayers, November 2, 1913
   
    5. Thy Kingdom Come, November 16, 1913
   
    6. Last 3 Petitions of Our Father: Pray Slowly, November 23, 1913
   
    7. Act of Faith, December 7, 1913
   
    8. Act of Hope, December 14, 1913
   
    9. First Part of Mass, January 4, 1914
   
    10. Mass Communion, January 18, 1914
   
    11. Way of the Cross, February 1, 1914
   
    12. Vespers, February 8, 1914
   
    13. St.Vincent de Paul Society, March 15, 1914
   
    14. Apostleship of Prayer, April 26, 1914
   
    15. Litany: Blessed Virgin Mary, May 10, 1914
   
    16. Devotion to the Sacred Heart (Litany), May 17, 1914
   
    17. Ascension Thursday, May 21, 1914
   
    18. St. Joseph's Litany: Working Men Today, May 24, 1914
   
    19. Martyrdom of SS Peter and Paul, June 28, 1914
   
    20. Sacrifices and Forgiveness, July 5, 1914
   
    21. Peace v. War - The Future, August 2, 1914
   
    22. Assumption, August 9, 1914
   
    23. Lay Apostleate, August 16, 1914
   
    24. Clerical Retreat, August 30, 1914
   
    25. Be Not Solicitous, September 6, 1914
   
    26. Reading the Gospels - Truth of, September 13, 1914
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1 3 Sermons, 1914-1915
   
    1. Predominant Fault, March 2, 1915 and March 24, 1915
   
    2. Missions and the War, April 11, 1915
   
    3. Economic Justice, January 31, 1915
   
    4. Contrition, February 28, 1915
   
    5. Stars to Guide Us On, January 3, 1914
   
    6. The Prophets, December 13, 1914
   
    7. Care of the Seriously Sick, October 18, 1914
   
    8. The Liberty of the Children of God, May 9, 1915
   
    9. Faith and Conduct, October 11, 1914
   
    10. Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
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1 4 Sermons, 1914-1915
   
    1. Bod. Proofs of his Existence, October 18, 1914
   
    2. Creation and Angels - Evolution, November 1, 1914
   
    3. Adam and Eve Possessed: 10 Supern. and 20 Pretern. Gifts, November 15, 1914
   
    4. Adam and Eve Lost: 10 Supern. and 20 Pretern. Gifts, November 22, 1914
   
    5. A Redeemer Promised, November 29, 1914
   
    6. Holy Ghost, January 24, 1915
   
    7. Holy Ghost Equal to Father and Son, January 10, 1915
   
    8. Bible - S. Scriptures, March 4, 1915
   
    9. Lenten Regulations, February 14, 1915
   
    10. Unity of Church, March 15, 1915
   
    11. Church is Catholic, April 18, 1915
   
    12. Introduction/Eternity/Sin (retreat), May 10, 1915
   
    13. Per. Faults (retreat), May 10, 1915
   
    14. Mortal and Venal Sin (retreat), May 11, 1915
   
    15. Perfect Love (retreat), May 11, 1915
   
    16. Love of and Frequent Communion (retreat), May 12, 1915
   
    17. Patriotism - As a Virtue, July 4, 1915
   
    18. St. James, July 25, 1915
   
    19. Gratitude, August 22, 1915
   
    20. Beheading of St. John the Baptist, August 29, 1915
   
    21. High Mass and Vespers, September 19, 1915
   
    22. Example: Good and Bad, October 10, 1915
   
    23. Tolerance of Evil, November 7, 1915
   
    24. The Body: Its Care and Over-care, December 5, 1915
   
    25. The Child Grew: Growth Before and After Jesus Christ, December 26, 1915
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1 5 Sermons, 1915-1916
   
    1. Temperance and Prohibition, February 20, 1916
   
    2. Confession: Its Practical Value, January 23, 1916
   
    3. Three Kinds of Catholics, March 19, 1916
   
    4. Hearing and Doing the Word of God: How to Hear Sermons, May 28, 1916
   
    5. The Mustard Tree: Charity and Size of Church, December 3, 1915
   
    6. Adaptability, Rigidity and Vitality of Church, December 10, 1915
   
    7. Activities of the Church, December 17, 1915
   
    8. Necessity of Early Baptism, October 17, 1915
   
    9. Baptism Ceremonies, October 31, 1915
   
    10. Value and Dignity of the Mass, November 21, 1915
   
    11. Communion of Children, December 19, 1915
   
    12. Sacerdotal Vestments, January 2, 1916
   
    13. Sacramental and Human Judgments, January 16, 1916
   
    14. Purpose of Amendment, February 6, 1916
   
    15. Extreme Unction , February 27, 1916
   
    16. Extreme Unction - Calling Priest, March 12, 1916
   
    17. Invalid Marriages, March 26, 1916
   
    18. Nuptial Mass, April 9, 1916
   
    19. Holy Water, May 14, 1916
   
    20. Visitation, July 2, 1916
   
    21. Homily on Gospel, July 16, 1916
   
    22. Unjust Steward, August 6, 1916
   
    23. Pharisee and Publean, August 20, 1916
   
    24. Ceremonies and Prayers, September 3, 1916
   
    25. Church and Leprosy, September 10, 1916 and August 18, 1918
   
    26. Who is My Neighbor: Neutrality v. Race Hatred, September 3, 1916
   
    27. God First, Business Second, September 17, 1916
   
    28. Calendar and Sermon Titles, 1915-16, n.d.
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1 6 Sermons, 1916-1917
   
    1. Guardian Angels, October 1, 1916
   
    2. Distractions: Their Causes and Cure, October 29, 1916 and August 21, 1917
   
    3. Gratitude, November 26, 1916
   
    4. Gospel of Infancy and Mary as Source, December 24, 1916
   
    5. Growth and Habit Formation, February 11, 1917
   
    6. Church and Eugenics, January 14, 1917
   
    7. Redemption, March 11, 1917 and March 21, 1917
   
    8. The Good Shepherd, April 22, 1917
   
    9. Faith Gives Motives and Means of Conduct, May 20, 1917
   
    10. Repentance - Now!, February 21, 1917
   
    11. Frequent Communion, May 7, 1917
   
    12. Spiritual Indulgence: Despair and Redemption, October 15, 1916
   
    13. Religious Duties Commanded, November 12, 1916
   
    14. Servile Works Forbidden, November 19, 1916
   
    15. Fast and Abstinence, December 10, 1916
   
    16. 5th Commandment: Forbids to Destroy Own Life, January 28, 1917
   
    17. Race Suicide [Abortion], February 4, 1916
   
    18. Charity in Speech, April 29, 1917
   
    19. His, April 22, 1917
   
    20. Thefts, February 25, 1917
   
    21. Calumny, May 13, 1917
   
    22. Rash Judgment, May 20, 1917
   
    23. Publean and Pharisee: Humility, August 5, 1917
   
    24. St. Luke's Gospel, August 26, 1917
   
    25. War Work, September 2, 1917
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1 7 Sermons, 1917-1918
   
    1. Trinity, May 26, 1918
   
    2. Benediction, May 26, 1918
   
    3. Litanies, May 12, 1918
   
    4. Service for Others, May 3, 1918
   
    5. Privileges of the Blessed Virgin Mary, April 28, 1918
   
    6. Mass May be Offered, April 21, 1918
   
    7. Brotherhood - Social Religion, April 5, 1918
   
    8. The New Life, March 31, 1918
   
    9. Ambition, March 6, 1918
   
    10. Spiritual Growth, March 1, 1918
   
    11. Way of the Cross, February 14, 1918
   
    12. Rosary, February 17, 1918
   
    13. Act of Contrition, February 3, 1918
   
    14. Marriage and Celibacy, January 20, 1918
   
    15. Act of Hope, January 20, 1918
   
    16. Hail Mary, January 6, 1918
   
    17. Homesickness, Incarnation, Eucharist, December 30, 1917
   
    18. 3 Last Petitions of Our Father, December 30, 1917
   
    19. First Friday Communions, December 7, 1918
   
    20. 2nd, 3rd, 4th Petitions of Our Father, December 2, 1918
   
    21. Counsel, November 18, 1917
   
    22. Objects of Prayer, November 4, 1917
   
    23. Forgiveness, October 21, 1917
   
    24. Attention to 1. Word, 2. Sense, 3. God, October 21, 1917
   
    25. Conditions of Prayer, October 14, 1917
   
    26. Efficacy of Prayer, October 7, 1917
   
    27. Calendar and Sermon Titles 1917-18, n.d.
   
    28. Mary: Ideal of Womanhood, n.d.
   
    29. Comfort as Christ's Diciples, n.d.
   
    30. Church's Resurrection Since 1789, September 1, 1918
   
    31. Good Samaritan and Contemporary Suffering, August 11, 1918
   
    32. By Their Fruits, July 7, 1918
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1 8 Sermons, 1917-1918
   
    1. Untitled - Based on Is. LIV:2, n.d.
   
    2. Salvation, n.d.
   
    3. Compassion, n.d.
   
    4. Christian Sympathy, n.d.
   
    5. Newspaper Clippings, n.d.
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1 9 Sermons, 1917-1918
   
    1. Notes: Charity in Speech, n.d.
   
    2. Love of Neighbor = Love of Family, n.d.
   
    3. The Temple of God, n.d.
   
    4. Saints on Earth, n.d.
   
    5. Absorption in Temporal Affairs, n.d.
   
    6. Divine Grace, n.d.
   
    7. Humility, n.d.
   
    8. IV After Epiphany, n.d.
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1 10 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. Marriage of John Keehan and Mary Lowery, May 2, 1906
   
    2. Prayer is the Elevation of the Mind and Heart to God, October 1, 1905
   
    3. Wedding: Thomas Foley and Olja Gathuianu, June 26, 1907
   
    4. Funeral: Lucille Clark, July 24, 1909
   
    5. Funeral Sermon: Major Edmond Mallir, April 15, 1907
   
    6. Catechitical Instructions, 1905-1906
   
    7. 5 Minute Instruction on Sacrament, 1907-1908
   
    8. We May Pray in Spirit or With the Lips as Well, October 8, 1905
   
    9. Our Prayers Have a Threefold Effect, October 15, 1905
   
    10. By Means of Prayer We Can Obtain All Things From God, October 22, 1905
   
    11. Prayer, October 29, 1905
   
    12. Untitled, September 1905
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1 11 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread, March 11, 1906
   
    2. Necessity of Prayer, November 2, 1905
   
    3. Conditions of Prayer, November 19, (1905)?
   
    4. Who Art in Heaven, January 21, 1906
   
    5. Hallowed Be Thy Name, January 28, 1906
   
    6. Prayer Remits Temporal Punishment and Increases Merit, November 5, 1905
   
    7. Thy Kingdom Come, February 4, 1906
   
    8. Thy Will Be Done, February 18, 1906
   
    9. Where to Find the Will of God, n.d.
   
    10. Deliver us From Evil, Amen and Conclusion, May 22, 1906
   
    11. We All Offered God, March 18, 1906
   
    12. Forgive us Our Trespasses, April 22, 1906
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1 12 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. Envy, November 12, 1905
   
    2. Divinity of Jesus Christ, December 24, 1905
   
    3. Peace, January 7, 1906
   
    4. Energy, January 5, 1906
   
    5. Holy Communion, October 22, 1905
   
    6. Patience, January 28, 1906
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1 13 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. Blessed are the Poor in Spirit, June 15, 1906
   
    2. Profession of Faith, May 27, 1906
   
    3. Unselfishness of Jesus Christ, May 6, 1906
   
    4. Forgiveness, March 21, 1906, March 28, 1906 and April 4, 1906
   
    5. Imitation of Christ, 2nd Sunday Lent 1906
   
    6. The Word of God is the Teaching of the Catholic Church, February 18, 1906
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2 1 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. By Their Works You Shall Know Them, July 22, 1906
   
    2. St. Mark's Gospel: Its Author and Origin, July 15, 1906
   
    3. Untitled, June 17, 1906
   
    4. The First Part of the Mass: Its Origins and Manner in the First Centuries, July 29, 1906
   
    5. Collections, n.d.
   
    6. The Assumption, August 12, 1906 and August 15, 1909
   
    7. The Altar and Ornaments, August 19, 1906
   
    8. Who is My Neighbor?, August 25, 1906
   
    9. Catholic Schools, September 9, 1906
   
    10. The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, September 2, 1906
   
    11. Widow of Naim, September 16, 1906
   
    12. Blessed Virgin Mary, December 15, 1905
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2 2 Sermons, 1905-1906
   
    1. Matthew VII:1-5, 10th and 11th Sunday After Pentecost, 1905
   
    2. Luke X:23-8, 12 After Pentecost, 1905
   
    3. Untitled, 13 After Pentecost, 1905
   
    4. Providence, 14 After Pentecost, 1905
   
    5. All Saints, November 1, 1905
   
    6. Transfiguration of Our Lord, 1906
   
    7. Veneration of Blessed Virgin, 1st Sun in May, 1906 and 1st Sun in May, 1910
   
    8. Pentecost, June 3, 1906
   
    9. Majesty and Eternity of Blessed Trinity, June 10, 1906
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2 3 Sermons, 1920
   
    1. Cooper Address - League of Catholic Women - Boston, 1920
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2 4 Sermons, n.d.
   
    1. Tabulation and Suggestions for Sermons, n.d.
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2 5 Sermons, 1906-1907
   
    1. Self Denial, February 7, 1907
   
    2. Simplicity of God's Works, December 30, 1906
   
    3. The Necessity of a Deliverer in the Pagan World at the Time of Christ, December 16, 1906
   
    4. Indifferentism, October 14, 1906
   
    5. Rash Judgment, November 4, 1906 and March 12, 1907
   
    6. The Necessity of Real Presence, October 7, 1906; September 27, 1909; and January 1, 1911
   
    7. The Immaculate Conception, December 5, 1906
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2 6 Sermons, 1906-1907
   
    1. Religious Rejoicing, April 7, 1907
   
    2. Miracles, April 28, 1907
   
    3. Criteria of Contrition, March 3, 1907
   
    4. Contrition and Relapse, March 3, 1907
   
    5. Sanctifying Grace, May 19, 1907
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2 7 Sermons, 1906-1907
   
    1. Reception to: Children of Mary/Holy Angels, December 8, 1906
   
    2. Religious Practices and Religious Life, June 23, 1907
   
    3. Execution of SS Peter and Paul in Rome, June 30, 1907
   
    4. Trifling with Conscience, August 18, 1907
   
    5. Almsgiving, August 11, 1907
   
    6. Our Lord's Supernatural Powers Inspired Love not Fear, September 1, 1907
   
    7. Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary, September 8, 1907
   
    8. Perfect Love of God, September 15, 1907
   
    9. Confirmation Retreat, n.d.
   
    10. The Revision of the Vulgate, July 7, 1907
   
    11. Ascension Thursday, May 9, 1907
   
    12. Immaculate Conception, December 8, 1906
   
    13. Convent Visit: First Meeting on Sodality, December 4, 1906
   
    14. Marriage at Cana, January 15, 1906
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2 8 Sermons, 1906-1907
   
    1. The Last Judgment, December 23, 1906
   
    2. The Descent into Hell, December 16, 1906
   
    3. Redemption Wrought by Voluntary Death of Christ, December 4, 1904
   
    4. The Promise and Prophecies of Redemption, November 11, 1906
   
    5. Adam and Eve Possessed: Supernatural and Preternatural Gifts, October 28, 1906 and October 30, 1910
   
    6. Adam and Eve Lost: Supernatural and Preternatural Gifts, November 4, 1906
   
    7. Principal Reflections of God, October 7, 1906
   
    8. I Believe in the Holy Ghost, December 30, 1906
   
    9. Sanctifying and Actual Grace Given by Holy Ghost, January 13, 1907
   
    10. Gifts of Holy Ghost, January 20, 1907
   
    11. The Holiness of the Name of Jesus, January 20, 1907
   
    12. The Foundation of the Church, January 27, 1907
   
    13. Church Composed of Teaching Body, February 3, 1907
   
    14. Bible is Tradition, February 24, 1907
   
    15. Life Everlasting, May 25, 1907
   
    16. I Believe in the Remission of Sin, May 5, 1907
   
    17. Communion of Saints, April 28, 1907
   
    18. Primacy of Peter, April 14, 1907
   
    19. Outside the Church no Salvation, April 7, 1907
   
    20. Acceptance of Church Legislation, October 6, 1907
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2 9 Sermons, 1906-1907
   
    1. Sodality Visitation, January 29, 1907
   
    2. The Test of Confession, February 5, 1907
   
    3. Explanation of Psalms, April 23, 1907
   
    4. The Psalter, April 16, 1907
   
    5. Psalms in the Office of BVM, April 30, 1907
   
    6. Frequent Communion, May 28, 1907
   
    7. Opening of League of Blessed Sacrament, October 7, 1906
   
    8. League of Blessed Sacrament, November 4, 1906
   
    9. Meeting of League of Blessed Sacrament, January 6, 1906
   
    10. Love of Home, February 3, 1907
   
    11. League of Blessed Sacrament, April 7, 1907
   
    12. Cheerfulness, May 5, 1907
   
    13. 5 Minute Introductions for Low Mass, 1906-1907
   
    14. Father Almighty - Creator of Heaven and Earth, October 14, 1906
   
    15. The Apostle's Creed, September 23, 1906
   
    16. Mercy or Justice of God, May 5, 1907
   
    17. Infallibility, March 3, 1907
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2 10 Sermons, 1907-1908
   
    1. Devotion to the Sacred Heart, May 31, 1908
   
    2. The Sign of the Cross, May 10, 1908
   
    3. Blessed Candles and Images, May 24, 1908
   
    4. Contrition vs. Relapse, March 11, 1908
   
    5. Children of Mary, December 6, 1907
   
    6. Sodality Visitation, October 9, 1907
   
    7. History of Mass: Introduction, October 23, 1907
   
    8. First Part of Mass, October 30, 1907
   
    9. Sacrifice of Mass, n.d.
   
    10. The Consecration and Communion of Mass, November 27, 1907
   
    11. Perfect and Imperfect Contrition, February 2, 1908
   
    12. Necessity of Confession, February 9, 1908
   
    13. Resolution of Amendment, February 16, 1908
   
    14. Indulgences, February 23, 1908
   
    15. Indulgences for Living and Dead, March 1, 1908
   
    16. Extreme Unction, March 15, 1908
   
    17. Espousals, March 22, 1908
   
    18. Licit Marriage, April 26, 1908
   
    19. Matrimony, May 3, 1908
   
    20. Holy Water, May 17, 1908
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2 11 Sermons, 1907-1908
   
    1. Communion of Saints, October 27, 1907
   
    2. Cecelia: Virgo and Martyr, November 17, 1907
   
    3. Symbolism of Dream of BVM, December 8, 1907
   
    4. X-mas, 1907
   
    5. Influences on our Lord: Early Life, January 12, 1908
   
    6. Charity: Thinketh no Evil, February 2, 1908
   
    7. Humility, February 23, 1908
   
    8. Resurrection of the Body, March 15, 1908
   
    9. I Thirst, April 1, 1908; April 8, 1908; and March 26, 1912
   
    10. Christian Hope, May 10, 1908
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3 1 Sermons, 1908-1909
   
    1. The Atonement, XXVI p. Pentecost (1908)?
   
    2. The Dignity and Value of the Mass, November 24, 1907
   
    3. Frequent Communion, December 15, 1907
   
    4. The Decoration of the Altar, December 29, 1907
   
    5. The Vestments, January 12, 1908
   
    6. Power and Obligation, January 26, 1908
   
    7. Some Benefits of Sickness, October 25, 1908
   
    8. Psalms, November 15, 1908
   
    9. John the Baptist, December 5, 1908
   
    10. In the Beginning, December 25, 1908
   
    11. Home Life at Nazareth, January 10, 1909
   
    12. Body and Soul, January 31, 1909
   
    13. The Tenure of Faith, March 14, 1909
   
    14. Transubstantiation, December 8, 1907
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3 2 Sermons, 1908-1909
   
    1. Praying By Act, October 4, 1908
   
    2. Isaiah: The Prophet of the Nativity, December 11, 1907
   
    3. St. John Baptist - Humility, December 18, 1907
   
    4. Modernism, February 1908
   
    5. Negro Question, February 1908
   
    6. Suggestions for Lent, March 4, 1908
   
    7. A Reason for the Rejection of Christ, April 1, 1908
   
    8. A Reason Why God Revealed, May 13, 1908
   
    9. Life of Captain Dutton, May 20, 1908
   
    10. New Testament - Early History, July 26, 1908
   
    11. The Unjust Steward, August 2, 1908
   
    12. St. Lawrence, August 9, 1908
   
    13. Cure of Deaf and Dumb Man, August 23, 1908
   
    14. Kindness to the Sick, August 30, 1908
   
    15. Stigmata of St. Francis, September 13, 1908
   
    16. Gospel of St. Luke, September 20, 1908
   
    17. Religious Liberty in the US, November 3, 1909
   
    18. Standing Up for Principle, December 1, 1909
   
    19. Catholic Art and Culture, May 8, 1908
   
    20. Division of the Sacrament, October 6, 1909
   
    21. Effects of Baptism, October 13, 1909
   
    22. Sponsors at Baptism, October 27, 1909
   
    23. Symbolism of Baptismal Rite, November 3, 1907
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3 3 Sermons, 1908-1909
   
    1. Beheading of John Baptist, August 29, 1909
   
    2. Authority Behind the Law of God, August 22, 1909
   
    3. Eternity (retreat), May 17, 1909
   
    4. Predominant Fault (retreat), May 17, 1909
   
    5. Who Comes and To Whom (retreat), May 18, 1909
   
    6. Our Lord's Love for Us (retreat), May 18, 1909
   
    7. Perfect Contrition (retreat), May 19, 1909
   
    8. Frequent Communion (retreat), May 19, 1909
   
    9. The Passion, April 9, 1909
   
    10. The Agony in the Garden, March 17, 1909 and March 24, 1909
   
    11. Necessity of Light from the Holy Spirit, May 30, 1909
   
    12. Weakness, May 9, 1909
   
    13. Unity vs. Universality of Church, April 18, 1909
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3 4 Sermons, 1908-1909
   
    1. Beauty of World of Nature, September 5, 1909>
   
    2. Humility, September 9, 1909
   
    3. Kindness, December 4, 1908
   
    4. Play, November 1, 1908
   
    5. X-mas - Season of Joy, December 6, 1908
   
    6. Messina Earthquake, January 3, 1909
   
    7. Sacrifice of Mass, February 7, 1909
   
    8. Body Compared with Telegraph System, May 7, 1909
   
    9. Joan of Arc, May 2, 1909
   
    10. Superstition, October 18, 1908
   
    11. Presumption and Despair, October 25, 1908 and October 20, 1912
   
    12. Reverence for God's Name, November 1, 1908
   
    13. Oaths, November 8, 1908
   
    14. Cursing, November 15, 1908
   
    15. Religious Duties Commanded, November 29, 1908
   
    16. Servile Works, November 29, 1908
   
    17. Precepts of the Church, December 6, 1908
   
    18. In What Manner and How Much of Mass Must be Heard?, December 13, 1908
   
    19. Easter Duty, December 27, 1908
   
    20. Children Must Know, Love and Obey Parents, January 10, 1910
   
    21. Duties of Parents to Children, January 17, 1909
   
    22. Necessity of Work, October 4, 1908
   
    23. Talk Before Church Society Regarding Children's Building in Shoreham, December 8, 1908
   
    24. The 10 Commandments: Course Introduction, October 4, 1908
   
    25. Commandments V and VI, January 3, 1909
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3 5 Sermons, 1908-1909
   
    1. 9th Commandment, May 16, 1909
   
    2. Rash Judgment, May 9, 1909
   
    3. Detraction, April 25, 1909
   
    4. Lying, April 18, 1909
   
    5. Gambling, March 28, 1909
   
    6. Restitution and Payment of Debts, March 14, 1909
   
    7. Injury - Unjust Cooperation, March 7, 1909
   
    8. Scandal, February 14, 1909
   
    9. Honesty, February 28, 1909
   
    10. Duties of Masters and Servants, January 24, 1909
   
    11. Commandment Forbids to Destroy Own Life, January 31, 1909
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3 6 Sermons, 1909-1910
   
    1. The Holiness of Christ, March 13, 1910
   
    2. Catholic University Collection, November 29, 1908
   
    3. Majesty of Trinity, May 22, 1910
   
    4. Church and Charity to Poor, April 10, 1910
   
    5. The Temporal Power, May 1, 1910
   
    6. Holy Spirit's Work vs. the Son's, May 15, 1910
   
    7. Source of Sin, July 24, 1910
   
    8. St. Francis Assisi, August 7, 1910
   
    9. Over Solitude For Temporal Things, August 21, 1910
   
    10. Widow of Naim, August 28, 1910
   
    11. Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Mary, March 16, 1910
   
    12. Reception Visit: Cheerful Doing of God's Will, December 8, 1909
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3 7 Sermons, 1909-1910
   
    1. Charity in Speech, February 21, 1909
   
    2. Vitality of Church, November 7, 1909
   
    3. Frequent Communion, February 13, 1910
   
    4. Kingdom of Heaven, January 23, 1910
   
    5. Adoration of Magi, January 2, 1910
   
    6. The Angels, December 19, 1909
   
    7. Isaiah: Prophet of the Nativity, November 28, 1909
   
    8. Extreme Unction, October 17, 1909
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3 8 Sermons, 1909-1910
   
    1. Vespers, February 13, 1910
   
    2. Way of the Cross, February 6, 1910
   
    3. Communion, January 23, 1910
   
    4. Hope, December 19, 1909
   
    5. Faith, December 12, 1909
   
    6. Hail Mary - 1st Part, November 28, 1909
   
    7. Hail Mary - 2nd Part, December 5, 1909
   
    8. 1st Petition in Our Father Refers to God, November 14, 1909
   
    9. Manner of Prayer, November 7, 1909
   
    10. Objects of Prayer, October 24, 1909
   
    11. Kinds of Prayer, October 17, 1909
   
    12. Necessity and Utility of Prayer, October 3, 1909
   
    13. Devotions in Church, February 20, 1910
   
    14. 40 Hours Devotion, February 27, 1910
   
    15. Mission and Retreats, March 13, 1910
   
    16. The Brown Scapular: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, April 17, 1910
   
    17. The Rosary, April 24, 1910
   
    18. Rosary - Living Rosary, May 1, 1910
   
    19. Apostleship of Prayer, May 8, 1910
   
    20. Litany of Saints, May 15, 1910
   
    21. Litany of BVM, May 22, 1910
   
    22. Litany of the Sacred Heart, May 29, 1910
   
    23. The Nails and Lance: Crucifixion, February 23, 1910
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4 1 Sermons, 1910-1911
   
    1. Leprosy, September 3, 1911
   
    2. Catholic Education, September 17, 1911
   
    3. Voice of God, August 20, 1911
   
    4. Charity in Speech, July 23, 1911
   
    5. Kindness to Sick, July 16, 1911
   
    6. Growth in Grace, August 21, 1911
   
    7. Faith, October 2, 1910
   
    8. Perfection of God, October 9, 1910
   
    9. Father Almighty, October 16, 1910
   
    10. The Blessed Trinity, October 23, 1910
   
    11. Redeemer Promised and Prophesied, November 13, 1910
   
    12. Christ our Redeemer, November 20, 1910
   
    13. Incarnation - 1 person, 2 names, November 27, 1910
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4 2 Sermons, 1910-1911
   
    1. Forgiveness, October 9, 1910
   
    2. Sanctity, October 30, 1910
   
    3. Pius X Pontificate, November 20, 1910
   
    4. Joy Beneath Sorrow of Christianity, December 11, 1910
   
    5. Catholicism and Material Progress, January 22, 1911
   
    6. Supernatural in History of Religion, February 12, 1911
   
    7. Predominant Temptations, March 5, 1911
   
    8. Communion of Children, March 29, 1911
   
    9. Hope, April 23, 1911
   
    10. Gratitude to God, May 14, 1911
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4 3 Sermons, 1910-1911
   
    1. Our Sin is Cause of His Death, December 4, 1910
   
    2. Exaltation of Christ by Resurrection and Ascension, December 11, 1910
   
    3. He Shall Come to Judge the Living and the Dead, December 18, 1910
   
    4. The Holy Ghost = to Father and Son, January 8, 1911
   
    5. Church is One in Body and Spirit, February 5, 1911
   
    6. Living Voice Infallible, March 12, 1911
   
    7. Necessity of Entering Church, April 2, 1911
   
    8. Primacy, April 23, 1911
   
    9. Pope's Succession of St. Peter, April 30, 1911
   
    10. Communion of Saints, May 7, 1911
   
    11. Resurrection of Body, May 20, 1911
   
    12. Life Everlasting, May 28, 1911
   
    13. Foundation of Church, January 22, 1911
   
    14. Work of Holy Ghost, January 15, 1911
   
    15. Inspiration of S.S., March 5, 1911
   
    16. Church Apostolic: Present Awakening of Catholic Life, February 12, 1911
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4 4 Sermons, 1911-1912
   
    1. Missionary Work of Catholic Church, January 21, 1912
   
    2. Preparation for Christmas, December 17, 1911
   
    3. Patience of God, November 26, 1911
   
    4. Need of a Divine Teacher, November 5, 1911
   
    5. Truthfulness, October 15, 1911
   
    6. Faith, St. Matthew's Day, 1911
   
    7. Rigidity of Church, December 31, 1911
   
    8. The Parables, February 11, 1912
   
    9. Conscience, March 3, 1912
   
    10. The Resurrection, April 7, 1912
   
    11. God Our Father, April 28, 1912
   
    12. A Recent Outbreak of Bigotry - Reflections, May 19, 1912
   
    13. Death, February 21, 1912
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4 5 Sermons, 1911-1912
   
    1. 8th and 9th Stations of the Cross, March 13, 1912
   
    2. 13th and 14th Stations, March 27, 1912
   
    3. How to Make New Year Happy, January 1, 1912
   
    4. Ascension, May 15, 1912
   
    5. Patience in Our Work, June 23, 1912
   
    6. Unjust Steward, July 21, 1912
   
    7. Church, House of Prayer, July 28, 1912
   
    8. Judging Neighbors by Appearance, August 3, 1912
   
    9. 10 Lepers and Gratitude, August 25, 1912
   
    10. Seek Ye First Kingdom of God, September 1, 1912
   
    11. Effects of Baptism, October 15, 1911
   
    12. Baptism - Not to be Deferred, October 22, 1911
   
    13. Symbolism of Baptismal Rite, November 5, 1911
   
    14. Denial of Absolution, November 19, 1911
   
    15. Rosary and Scapular, May 19, 1912
   
    16. Sacraments - Sign of Cross and Holy Water, May 5, 1912
   
    17. Nuptial Mass, April 28, 1912
   
    18. Licit and Valid Marriage, April 21, 1912
   
    19. Communion of Children, March 24, 1912
   
    20. Frequent Communion, February 13, 1910
   
    21. Union with Christ in Blessed Sacrament, March 3, 1912
   
    22. Transubstantiation, February 11, 1912
   
    23. Participants in Holy Sacrifice of Mass, January 28, 1912
   
    24. Value and Dignity of Mass, January 21, 1912
   
    25. Extreme Unction, December 31, 1911
   
    26. Extreme Unction - Bodily Effects, December 24, 1911
   
    27. Indulgences, December 17, 1911
   
    28. Necessity and Utility of Confession, December 3, 1911
   
    29. Contrition, November 26, 1911
   
    30. Sacraments: Value and Harmony, October 1, 1911
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4 6 Sermons, 1912-1913
   
    1. Servile Works Forbidden, November 24, 1912
   
    2. Moral Effort, April 13, 1913
   
    3. Moral Effort, Wednesday of Holy Week
   
    4. New Year's Resolutions, January 1, 1913
   
    5. The Pharisee: Self-Satisfaction, July 20, 1913
   
    6. Ceremonies - A Prayer, July 27, 1913
   
    7. 3 Founders of Orders, August 3, 1913
   
    8. Be Not Solicitous, August 17, 1913
   
    9. Cremation, August 24, 1913
   
    10. Confession, September 14, 1913
   
    11. Religious Orders, November 17, 1912
   
    12. Precepts of Church, December 1, 1912
   
    13. Fast and Abstinence, December 15, 1912
   
    14. Precepts of Church, December 22, 1912
   
    15. Precepts of Church, December 29, 1912
   
    16. Masters and Servants - Labor Question, January 19, 1913
   
    17. IV Commandment Forbids To Destroy Human Life, February 9, 1913
   
    18. Scandal, February 16, 1913
   
    19. VII Commandment, March 9, 1913
   
    20. Cooperation, March 30, 1913
   
    21. Rash Judgment, May 25, 1913
   
    22. Oaths, November 3, 1912
   
    23. The 10 Commandments, September 29, 1912
   
    24. Superstition, October 13, 1912
   
    25. The Christian Solution: Notes on Temptation, n.d.
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4 7 Sermons, 1912-1913
   
    1. The Presence of God, September 29, 1912
   
    2. Maternity of BVM, October 20, 1912
   
    3. Fear of God, December 15, 1912
   
    4. The Magi, January 5, 1913
   
    5. Self-Discipline: Soul Over Body, February 2, 1913
   
    6. Redemption, March 9, 1913
   
    7. Mustard Seed: Size of Church, November 17, 1912
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4 8 Sermons, n.d.
   
    1. Miscellaneous Notes, n.d.
                       
Series 2: Subject Files, 1898-1905; 1931-1936; 1946-1948 (13 boxes)
This series contains student letters to parents, notes from committee meetings, information on various organizations and persons, and miscellaneous subject files.
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5 1 Student Letters - To Parents, May 1898-Feb 1899
        3 items.
  2 Student Letters - To Parents, 2 Nov-26 Dec 1899
        9 items.
  3 Student Letters - To Parents, 6 Jan-25 April 1900
        15 items.
  4 Student Letters - To Parents, 1 May-17 July 1900
        13 items.
  5 Student Letters - To Parents, 31 July-5 Oct 1900
        8 items.
  6 Student Letters - To Parents, 14 Oct-31 Dec 1900
        11 items.
  7 Student Letters - To Parents, 8 Jan-1 May 1901
        14 items.
  8 Student Letters - To Parents, 2 May-22 July 1901
        12 items.
  9 Student Letters - To Parents, 30 July-9 Sep 1901
        8 items.
  10 Student Letters - To Parents, 17 Sep-31 Dec 1901
        12 items.
  11 "Lessons" Notes From Greek Grammar Book, n.d.
        1 item.
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6 1 Student Letters - To Parents, 8 Jan-15 April 1902
        14 items.
  2 Student Letters - To Parents, 20 Apr-9 July 1902
        11 items.
  3 Student Letters - To Parents, 10 July-2 Oct 1902
        9 items.
  4 Student Letters - To Parents, 8 Oct-30 Dec 1902
        11 items.
  5 Student Letters - To Parents, 9 Jan-21 Apr 1903
        14 items.
  6 Student Letters - To Parents, 28 Apr-19 Aug 1903
        15 items.
  7 Student Letters - To Parents, 25 Aug-29 Dec 1903
        17 items.
  8 Student Letters - To Parents, 5 Jan-25 Mar 1904
        11 items.
  9 Student Letters - To Parents, 6 Apr-11 Nov 1904
        12 items.
  10 Student Letters - To Parents, 29 Nov-4 Apr 1905
        14 items.
  11 Student Letters - To Parents, 13 Apr-25 Jul 1905
        9 items.
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7 1 ACLS - Executive Board, 11 January 1947
  2 CUA Correspondence, etc., 1931-1936
  3 American Council of Learned Societies, n.d.
  4 Radio Address-Religion and Race Problem - Correspondence, 5 May 1935
  5 Handbook: South American Indians - Articles, Correspondence, etc., n.d.
  6 American Anthropological Association, n.d.
  7 American Anthropological Association - Committee on Science Legislation, n.d.
  8 American Anthropological Association - ICA Committee - Correspondence, n.d.
  9 AAAS, n.d.
  10 AAAS - Inter-Societal Committee - Science Legislation, n.d.
  11 American Association on Indian Affairs, n.d.
  12 American Committee Protection of Foreign Born, n.d.
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8 1 American Council of Learned Societies, n.d.
  2 American Council of Learned Societies - Executive Committee, 1946
  3 American Council of Learned Societies - Panel on Eastern Cultures, n.d.
  4 American Documentation Institute, n.d.
  5 American Ethnological Society, n.d.
  6 American Folklore Society, n.d.
  7 American Social Hygiene Association, n.d.
  8 Arboleda, Rev. J. R., n.d.
  9 Bird, Junius, n.d.
  10 Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, n.d.
  11 Burton, E. Milby, n.d.
  12 Callegar, Dr. G. V., n.d.
  13 CCICA - P and P Committee, n.d.
  14 Congress of Americanists, n.d.
  15 Catholic Education Press, n.d.
  16 Bernard, Sister, n.d.
  17 Burgesse, J. Allan, n.d.
  18 Deferrari, Roy J., n.d.
  19 DeHovre, Fr. Doctor - Gentbrugge, Belgium, n.d.
  20 Davidson, D. S., n.d.
  21 Desmond, Rev. Gerald, OSB, n.d.
  22 Devereux, George, n.d.
  23 Doherty, Rev. J. G., SJ, n.d.
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9 1 East Indies Institute, n.d.
  2 Eaton, Dr. George F., n.d.
  3 Edward, Brother D., n.d.
  4 Ewing, J. Franklin, SJ, n.d.
  5 Francis Jerome, Sister, n.d.
  6 Panel on Fundamental Education, 1948
  7 Furfey, Dr. Paul, n.d.
  8 William J. Gallery and Co, n.d.
  9 Geary, Rev. James A., n.d.
  10 George Washington University - Summer Course, 1947
  11 Gifford, E. W., n.d.
  12 Gillin, John, n.d.
  13 Gusinde, Martin, n.d.
  14 Guinard, Rev. Joseph, OMI, n.d.
  15 Haile, Rev. Berard, n.d.
  16 Hallowell, Dr. Irving, n.d.
  17 Hanley, Thomas, n.d.
  18 Hartmann, Marie, n.d.
  19 Heitzer, Robert F., n.d.
  20 Herskovits, Melville, n.d.
  21 Herzfeld, Dr. K. F., n.d.
  22 Hudson's Bay Company, n.d.
  23 Hunt, Bishop, n.d.
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10 1 India - Welfare League, n.d.
  2 Indian Affairs Department - Canada, n.d.
  3 Inez, Sister, n.d.
  4 Indian Bureau - USA: Folder 1, n.d.
  5 Indian Bureau - USA: Folder 2, n.d.
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11 1 Institute of Ibero-American Studies - CUA, n.d.
  2 Institute of Ethnic Affairs, n.d.
  3 Inter-American Institute - National Indian Institute, n.d.
  4 First Inter-American Congress on Indian Life, n.d.
  5 Iserhoff, John, n.d.
  6 Jenness, Dr. D., n.d.
  7 Jewish Forum, n.d.
  8 Jordan, Fernando, n.d.
  9 Johnson, Frederick, n.d.
  10 Keefe, Rev. Dr. Anselm, n.d.
  11 Koppers, Rev W., SVD, n.d.
  12 Kroeber, A. L., n.d.
  13 Kruse, Rev. Albert, n.d.
  14 Laboratory of Anthropology - Santa Fe, n.d.
  15 Lathrop, Dr. S. K., n.d.
  16 Laughlin, Miss Sara E., n.d.
  17 Le Blanc, Rev. Paul, n.d.
  18 La Buffe, Rev. Francis P., SJ - Managing Editor, The American Press, n.d.
  19 Lesare, Germain, n.d.
  20 Library of Congress, n.d.
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12 1 Linguistic Society of America, n.d.
  2 Lowie, Dr. Robert, n.d.
  3 Lucia van der Eerden, Sister, n.d.
  4 McCormick, Rt. Rev. P. J., n.d.
  5 MacElwane, Rev. James B., n.d.
  6 MacFarlane, Dr. Eileen, n.d.
  7 Mary Henry, Sister, n.d.
  8 Mason, J. A., n.d.
  9 Mendel Medalists - Villanova, n.d.
  10 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company - Health Motivation Project, n.d.
  11 Métreux, Alfred and Rhoda, n.d.
  12 Metropolitan Life - Correspondence, n.d.
  13 Mead, Margaret, n.d.
  14 Metropolitan Life - Motivation Study, n.d.
  15 Molz, Rev. M., n.d.
  16 Muntsch, Rev. Albert, n.d.
  17 Murdock, G. P., n.d.
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13 1 National Conference of Jews and Christians, n.d.
  2 National Conference - Health in Colleges, 1947
  3 National Research Council - Committee on International Cooperation in Anthropology, n.d.
  4 National Research Council - Latin America Committee, n.d.
  5 National Research Council, n.d.
  6 National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel, n.d.
  7 O'Brien, Rev. John, n.d.
  8 O'Connor, Rev. Charles, n.d.
  9 O'Grady, Rev. Dr. John, n.d.
  10 Pan-American Catholic Congress, n.d.
  11 Pan-American Institute of Geography - History, n.d.
  12 Park, Willard Z., n.d.
  13 Petrullo, V., n.d.
  14 Pittini, Very Rev. Richard, n.d.
  15 Publishers - Orders For Publications, n.d.
  16 Reh, Emma, n.d.
  17 Rigaud, Mme. Odette, n.d.
  18 Sandoval, Rev. L. Rodriguez, n.d.
  19 Rola, Mr. Ceferino, n.d.
  20 Rose, Donald, n.d.
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14 1 Schmidt, Rev. P. W., n.d.
  2 Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar, OSB, n.d.
  3 Schnepp, Bro. Gerald, n.d.
  4 Sheehy, Rev. Maurice S., n.d.
  5 Sigma Xi Society, n.d.
  6 Sims, Henry F. H., n.d.
  7 Social Science Research Council, n.d.
  8 Speck, Dr. Frank, n.d.
  9 Speir, Leslie and Ann Gayton, n.d.
  10 Stefansson, V., n.d.
  11 Sullivan, R. J., SJ, n.d.
  12 SSRC, n.d.
  13 Tibesar, L. H., n.d.
  14 Torii, R. and M., n.d.
  15 Tozzer, A.M., n.d.
  16 US Office of Education, n.d.
  17 UNESCO, n.d.
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15 1 UNESCO, n.d.
  2 Ward, Rev. Edward, n.d.
  3 Washington Academy of Sciences, n.d.
  4 Washington Anthropological Society, n.d.
  5 Watt, J. S. C., n.d.
  6 Whitson, Robley, n.d.
  7 Micellaneous A, n.d.
  8 Micellaneous B, n.d.
  9 Micellaneous C, n.d.
  10 Micellaneous D, n.d.
  11 Micellaneous E, n.d.
  12 Micellaneous F, n.d.
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16 1 Micellaneous G, n.d.
  2 Micellaneous Ha - He, n.d.
  3 Micellaneous He - Hz, n.d.
  4 Micellaneous I, n.d.
  5 Micellaneous J, n.d.
  6 Micellaneous K, n.d.
  7 Micellaneous L, n.d.
  8 Micellaneous Mc - Mem, n.d.
  9 Micellaneous Men - Mz, n.d.
  10 Micellaneous N, n.d.
  11 Micellaneous O, n.d.
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17 1 Micellaneous P, n.d.
  2 Micellaneous R, n.d.
  3 Micellaneous Sa - Sm, n.d.
  4 Micellaneous Sn - Sz, n.d.
  5 Micellaneous T, n.d.
  6 Micellaneous U, n.d.
  7 Micellaneous V, n.d.
  8 Micellaneous W, n.d.
  9 Micellaneous Y, n.d.
  10 Micellaneous Z, n.d.
                       
Series 3: Correspondence, 1905-1964 (23 boxes)
This series contains correspondence with various people and organizations, filed alphabetically. Boxes 18-36 contain all professional correspondence while boxes 37-40 contain personal correspondence.
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18 1 AAA - Abstracts and Carbons, 1934 - 1936
  2 AAA - Program Committee, 1937
  3 AAA - Miscellaneous 1, n.d.
  4 AAA - Miscellaneous 2, n.d.
  5 AAA - Research Committee, n.d.
  6 US Book Exchange - Correspondence, n.d.
  7 Correspondence Answered, October 1948 - May 1949
  8 University of New Mexico, 1948 - 1949
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19 1 A - Miscellaneous, 1929 - 1962
  2 Abbot, Dr. Chas G., n.d.
  3 Adam. Rev., n.d.
  4 Adams, Miss Mary T., n.d.
  5 Algonkian Magic - Field Notes, n.d.
  6 Allard, Rev. E., n.d.
  7 American Council of Learned Societies, n.d.
  8 South American Papers, 1942 - 1943
  9 American Eugenics Society, 1929 - 1931
  10 American Social Hygiene Association: Part I, 1928 - 1937
  11 American Social Hygiene Association: Part II, 1928 - 1937
  12 American Social Hygiene Association: Part III, 1928 - 1937
  13 American Social Hygiene Association: Part I, 1933 - 1936
  14 American Social Hygiene Association: Part II, 1933 - 1936
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20 1 American Social Hygiene Association, 1928 - 1929
  2 The American Weekly, 1932
  3 Anna, Sister M., OSF, 1935 - 1941
  4 Anthropology - Periodicals Information, n.d.
  5 Anthropos, 1946
  6 Aquinas Institute - Rochester, NY, n.d.
  7 Areal and Temporal Aspects - South American Culture, 1943
  8 Augustine, Brother Dominic, 1927 - 1930
  9 Bank Statements - Campions, 1941 - 1943
  10 Baker, Dr. A. G. - Chicago University, 1926
  11 Baker Memorial Library - Dartmouth College, 1929 - 1938
  12 Benziger Brothers, n.d.
  13 Beuchel, Rev. Eugene, 1926
  14 Beurens, Rev. Charley J., 1926
  15 Bifoss, Rev. Callistus J., 1927 - 1932
  16 Bezoar Paper, 1930
  17 Bihler, Rev. Hugh S., 1942 - 1962
  18 Bilgery, Rev. C., SJ, 1929 - 1949
  19 Billiet, Rev. Francisco, 1928 - 1949
  20 B - Miscellaneous, 1927 - 1952
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21 1 Blackwell, B. H., 1929 - 1937
  2 Borgmann, Rev. Henry, 1930 - 1933
  3 Brock, Mr. Donald, 1930 - 1931
  4 Brooks, Rev. R. M., 1928, 1935
  5 Brown, William Adams, 1928
  6 Brucker, Aloysius P., SJ, 1927
  7 Bruehl, Rev. Dr. Charles, 1928
  8 Brugger, Very Rev. Dorotheus, 1927
  9 Bureau D'Ethnologie, 1946
  10 The Religious Bulletin, 1936 - 1940
  11 Busch, Rt. Rev. Jospeh F., 1928 - 1933
  12 Butcher, Mr. William L., 1928
  13 Cain, Mr. Harvey, 1934
  14 C - Miscellaneous, 1926 - 1964
  15 Cairns, Rev. R. J., 1927
  16 Campo, Rev. H. A., 1926 - 1929
  17 Cansse, Rev. A., 1928
  18 Cantwell, T. A. and Co, 1928 - 1929
  19 Carey, Rev. M. J., 1927
  20 Carroll, Rev. Joseph, 1927
  21 Cataldo, Rev. Joseph, 1926 - 1927
  22 Catolon, Rt. Rev. A., 1927
  23 Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems, 1930 - 1931
  24 Catholic Education Press, 1929 - 1936
  25 Catholic Periodical Index, 1931 - 1943
  26 Catholic Fight Against Anti-Semitism, n.d.
  27 Catholic Research Rountable - Articles, 1929 - 1930
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22 1 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1932
  2 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1933
  3 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1934
  4 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1935
  5 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1936
  6 Catholic Research Rountable - Regional Meetings, n.d.
  7 Catholic Research Rountable - Technical Committee, n.d.
  8 Catholic Research Rountable - Reports of Activities, n.d.
  9 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting Notes, n.d.
  10 Catholic Scientific Research, n.d.
  11 Catholic Research Roundtable - New Orleans, n.d.
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23 1 Catholic Research Rountable - Specialists Committee, 1933
  2 Catholic Research Rountable - Meeting, 1928
  3 Catholic Research Rountable - Miscellaneous, n.d.
  4 Catholic Rountable of Science - Meeting, 1934
  5 Catholic Scientific Rountable - Meeting, 1931
  6 Catholic Scientific Research: Part I, 1927 - 1933
  7 Catholic Scientific Research: Part II, 1927 - 1933
  8 Catholic Scientific Research - The Tabloid Scientist, n.d.
  9 Catholic Scientific Rountable - Correspondence, 1936 - 1938
  10 Catholic Scientific Rountable - Meeting, 1940
  11 Catholic Scientific Rountable - Correspondence, n.d.
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24 1 Catholic Roundtable of Science - Miscellaneous, n.d.
  2 Catholic University Press, 1947 - 1949
  3 Cattell, Dr. Henry W., 1930 - 1931
  4 Chao, Hsi-Lin, 1930 - 1931
  5 CICOP, 1964
  6 Children of Il Poverello House, 1939 - 1940
  7 CD Organization, n.d.
  8 CD-RC Report, 1953
  9 CD-RC Report - Final Suggestions, n.d.
  10 CD-RC Report - Part III, n.d.
  11 CD-RC Report - MS Draft, n.d.
  12 CD-RC Report - 1st Draft, n.d.
  13 Claerhoudt, Rev. A., 1927 - 1928
  14 Clark, Austin, 1928
  15 Clements, Forrest, 1932 - 1934
  16 Cleveland Public Library, 1930 - 1943
  17 Clinchey, Mr. Everett R., 1928 - 1929
  18 Congress of Americanists, 1932 - 1935
  19 Comhaire, J., 1950 - 1963
  20 Conley, Rev. Caspar, 1929
  21 Continuing Order, n.d.
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25 1 Conture, Rev. Jospeh, n.d.
  2 Cooley, Mr. Edwin, 1929
  3 Cook, Robert C., 1928
  4 Cooper-Cole, Dr. Fay, 1928 - 1937
  5 Costello, Tom, 1929 - 1930
  6 Crespi, Rev. Carlo, 1928 - 1932
  7 Cuneo, Rev. Edmund, 1928
  8 Curley, Very Rev. Michael J., 1928
  9 D - Miscellaneous, 1928 - 1960
  10 Davitt, Rev. L. B., 1928 - 1929
  11 De Augustini, Professor, 1925 - 1926
  12 Deihl, Rev. Joseph M., 1929 - 1934
  13 Delon, Rev. P. I., 1928
  14 De Matei, Rev. Thomas, 1926 - 1928
  15 De Meester, Rev. P. M., 1926 - 1931
  16 Dengel, Dr. Anna, 1927 - 1954
  17 Desmet, Rev. Callos, 1927 - 1928
  18 Devine, Rev. William, 1930
  19 Dicks, Rev. John, 1929
  20 Disaster Studies Project, 1953
  21 Doherty, Jospeh G., 1929 - 1935
  22 Dooley, Rev. Charles, 1933 - 1938
  23 Dorsey, H.W., 1928 - 1929
  24 Dorrance, Francis, 1927
  25 Duncan, Dr. George S., 1930
  26 Dunlap, Dr. Knight, 1928 - 1929
  27 E - Miscellaneous, 1936 - 1960
  28 Elder, Benedict, 1926 - 1928
  29 Eliot, Dr. Thomas D., 1928 - 1935
  30 Ethnological Field Trips, 1929 - 1932
  31 Ethnological Field Trips, 1933 - 1934
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26 1 Espelage, Rev. Bernard, 1926
  2 Estimates for Publishing - Primitive Man, n.d.
  3 Evacuation, 1952 - 1953
  4 Everett, Ray H., 1929
  5 Ewing, S.J., 1954-1967
  6 F - Miscellaneous, 1931 - 1970
  7 Fairchild, Milton, 1930 - 1933
  8 Faniel, Rev. Victor, 1927
  9 Faxon Co - Boston, 1932 - 1943
  10 Ferris, Miss Helen, 1930
  11 Field Musuem of Natural History, 1928 - 1931
  12 Fialko, Rev. Michael, 1930 - 1931
  13 Final Report Data, n.d.
  14 Fleet, Andrew J., 1929 - 1931
  15 Flannery, Regina - Correspondence, 1941 - 1942
  16 Flannery, Regina - Double Ethical Code, n.d.
  17 Foley, Frank J., 1929
  18 Forms and Receipts, n.d.
  19 Foster, Lawrence, 1930 - 1934
  20 Foy, Leslie, 1929
  21 Frenay, Rev. Adolph, 1926 - 1935
  22 Fuchs, Rev. Stephen, 1941 - 1947
  23 G - Miscellaneous, 1926 - 1962
  24 Gabalda, 1923 - 1934
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27 1 Galbally, 1936 - 1939
  2 Galbally, Edward J.: Part I, 1930 - 1943
  3 Galbally, Edward J.: Part II, 1930 - 1943
  4 Galbally, Edward J., 1929 - 1934
  5 Gamble, Anna, 1928
  6 Graduate Council: Part I, 1930 - 1936
  7 Graduate Council: Part II, 1930 - 1936
  8 Graduate Council: Part III, 1930 - 1936
  9 Graduate Council: Part IV, 1930 - 1936
  10 Gans, Mrs. Howard, 1929
  11 Gardiner, Miss Ruth, n.d.
  12 Garesche, Rev. E. F., 1928
  13 Gemelli, Rev. Agostino, 1928 - 1930
  14 Georges, Rev. Norbert, 1930 - 1936
  15 Geunther, Paul, 1929
  16 Gifford, Dr. N. W., 1926 - 1937
  17 Gillis, Rev. James M., 1929 - 1934
  18 Gilman, Mrs. Robbins, 1928 - 1929
  19 Goddard, P. E., 1928
  20 Gosney, M. E. S., 1929
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28 1 Graduate Council, 1929 - 1935
  2 Graduate School Bulletin, 1931 - 1935
  3 Grennan, Very. Rev. Satnislaus, n.d.
  4 Groves, Dr. Ernest R., 1928 - 1931
  5 Gruenberg, Mrs. Sidonie M., 1928 - 1934
  6 Guilday, Rev. Dr. Peter, 1928 - 1938
  7 Gusinde, Rev. Marlin, 1928 - 1929
  8 Fock, Gustav, 1932
  9 H - Miscellaneous, 1930 - 1960
  10 Haas, Rev. Francis, 1927 - 1929
  11 Haggerty, Rev. J. E., SJ, 1928
  12 Hagspiel, Rev. Bruno, SVB, 1926 - 1929
  13 Haile, Rev. Berard, 1928 - 1955
  14 Hawks, Miss Mary G., 1928 - 1930
  15 Heck, Rev. Henry J., 1930 - 1932
  16 Heinzmann, Rev. Arnold, 1926 - 1929
  17 Hennrich, Rev. Kilian, 1929
  18 Hilger, Sister M. Inez, 1949 - 1964
  19 Hocger, Rev. Frederick K., 1929
  20 Hubbell, Dr. Leigh G., 1926
  21 Hughes, Rt. Rev. Msgr. William, 1926 - 1936
  22 Hughes, Rt. Rev. Msgr. William, 1931 - 1935
  23 Hurt, H. W., 1928
  24 Hutchin, Elizabeth, 1928
  25 Hyvernat, Dr. H., 1929
  26 I - Miscellaneous, 1935 - 1949
  27 Il Poverello - Board of Directors, 1942
  28 Il Poverello House, 1931 - 1940
  29 Il Poverello House - Notes, 1942
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29 1 Il Poverello House, 1935 - 1940
  2 Il Poverello House - Accounts, 1943 - 1944
  3 Il Poverello House - Business, 1936 - 1940
  4 Il Poverello House - Insurance, 1941 - 1946
  5 Il Poverello House - Trustees - Meetings, etc., 1938 - 1939
  6 Insurance, 1934 - 1952
  7 Invoices for Year Beginning January, 1933
  8 J - Miscellaneous, 1936 - 1947
  9 Jette, Rev. Julius, SJ, 1925 - 1926
  10 John Crerar Library, 1929 - 1938
  11 Jungblut, Rev. Leonard, 1940 - 1946
  12 Jungblut, Rev. Leonard - Bhil Wisdom in Proverbs and Phrases, 1940
  13 K - Miscellaneous, 1928 - 1962
  14 The Kablegram, 1932
  15 Kane, Rev. O. T., 1926 - 1934
  16 Kashmitter, Rev. W. A., 1931 - 1937
  17 Kelly, Mr. D. J., 1930
  18 Kenkel, F. P., 1931 - 1948
  19 Keogh, Rev. John W., 1928 - 1944
  20 Keyes, E. L., 1931 - 1934
  21 Kirsch, Rev. Felix M., 1930 - 1931
  22 Kirsch, Rev. Felix, 1926
  23 Kler, Joseph, 1936 - 1948
  24 Kler, Joseph - Miscellaneous, 1934 - 1955
  25 Kluckhohn, Clyde, 1947
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30 1 Koonz, J. A., 1934
  2 Kungl. Universitetels Bibliotek, 1930 - 1932
  3 Koppert, Rev. Vincent, 1929 - 1931
  4 L - Miscellaneous, 1929 - 1961
  5 Lalime, Rev. J. B., 1929 - 1932
  6 Lambrecht - Ifugen Tales, 1948
  7 Lambrecht, Rev. Francis: Part I, 1926 - 1958
  8 Lambrecht, Rev. Francis: Part II, 1926 - 1958
  9 Lapp, Dr. John, 1930 - 1931
  10 Lavanoux, Mr. Maurice, 1929 - 1930
  11 L'Ethnographie, 1928 - 1937
  12 Le Buffe, Rev. F. P., 1930 - 1943
  13 Lerner, Mr. Irving, 1929
  14 Literature - FCDA, 1952 - 1953
  15 Lonneux, Father Martin J., 1926 - 1927
  16 Lorell, Rev. Moses, 1928 - 1929
  17 Lowie, Dr. Robert H., 1926 - 1937
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31 1 Loyola University Library, n.d.
  2 Lynch, Rev. Frank SJ, 1940 - 1961
  3 Luzbatak, Rev. L., 1957 - 1958
  4 Lynch, Miss Ella Frances, 1929 - 1931
  5 Lyons, Michael D., SJ, 1931
  6 McCarthey, Rev. P., 1927 - 1929
  7 McCormick, Mr. Frances J., 1928 - 1929
  8 McDevitt, Rt. Rev. Philip, 1928 - 1930
  9 McDonald, James E., 1929
  10 McEntegart, Rev. Bryan, 1929 - 1931
  11 McGluichey, Msgr. J. T., 1927 - 1929
  12 McGowan, Rev. Raymond, 1929
  13 McGrath, Justin, 1928
  14 MacGregor, Dr. R. D., 1926 - 1928
  15 McGuire, Dr. C. E., 1930 - 1931
  16 McNichols, Most Rev. John T., 1928
  17 MacPherson, J. T., 1930
  18 McPherson, H. R., 1929
  19 McVicar, Rev. Thomas, 1934 - 1946
  20 McWilliams, Rev. R. J., 1926
  21 M - Miscellaneous, 1926 - 1962
  22 Madden, Marie R., 1929 - 1930
  23 Maguire, Rev. Theophane, 1929
  24 Mainville, Mr. Moise, 1928 - 1930
  25 Malcolm, Wyatt, 1929
  26 Manual - Religious Outlines, 1929 - 1934
  27 Mara, John R., 1929 - 1930
  28 Marx, Rev. John, 1932 - 1938
  29 Mathis, Very Rev. Michael, 1926 - 1930
  30 Mayer, Rev. John, 1927 - 1930
  31 Mayou, Rev. Mathias, 1926 - 1929
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32 1 Meegan, Rev. W.H., 1928
  2 Meier, Rev. J., 1920 - 1944
  3 Memo On Love, n.d.
  4 Menghin, Dr. Oswald, 1928 - 1929
  5 Mental Diseases, n.d.
  6 Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 1928 - 1938
  7 Meyer, Rev. Bernard, 1928
  8 Milwaukee Public Museum, 1931
  9 Millar, Mrs. Stocks, 1928
  10 Mission Press Book Dept., 1929 - 1930
  11 Mitchell, Rev. J. Francis, 1929
  12 Molz, Rev. F.M., 1926 - 1956
  13 Mooney, Mrs. James, 1929
  14 Moore, Rev. Charles E., 1928 - 1931
  15 Moore, Dr. Harry H., 1928 - 1929
  16 Morice, Rev. A. G., 1926 - 1929
  17 Moerman, Rev. J., 1929 - 1930
  18 Moulin, Rev. P., OMI, 1926 - 1929
  19 Muntsch, Rev. Albert, SJ, 1926 - 1959
  20 Murphy, Mr. Thomas D., 1929 - 1930
  21 Murray, Rev. Raymond W., 1927 - 1956
  22 Murray and Heister, 1943 - 1957
  23 N - Miscellaneous, 1931 - 1961
  24 National Amateur Athletic Association, 1930
  25 National Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1929 - 1932
  26 National Research Council, 1928 - 1937
  27 NRC - Nominating Committee, March 1934
  28 Nelson, Denys, 1928
  29 New York Public Library, 1929 - 1942
  30 Nordenskiold, Dr. Erland, 1928
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33 1 Notre Dame Library, 1929 - 1931
  2 O - Miscellaneous, 1928 - 1960
  3 Oblasser, Father Bonaventure, O.F.M., 1925 - 1926
  4 O'Brien, Miss Mary, 1928 - 1936
  5 O'Connor, Thomas F., 1928
  6 Ogburn, Dr. William F., 1929
  7 O'Hara, Dr. Edwin, 1930 - 1931
  8 Olaiz, Rt. Rev. Joachim, 1927
  9 Olbrecht, Dr. Franz, 1926
  10 O'Leary, Most Rev. Henry J., 1931
  11 O'Neil, Mr. Gordon, 1929
  12 O'Reilly, Very Rev. Charles, 1926
  13 Otter, James , 1929
  14 Outes, Señor Dr. Dom Felix, 1929 - 1931
  15 Owings, Dr. Chloe, 1928 - 1930
  16 Pace, Rt. Rev. Dr. Edwards, 1929
  17 P - Miscellaneous, 1926 - 1969
  18 Pan-American Union, 1931
  19 Peace Association, Catholic, 1928 - 1930
  20 Petticord, Frank W., 1926
  21 Picaude, Claude, 1929 - 1931
  22 Pittini, Very Rev. Richard, 1928 - 1942
  23 Pollock, Rev. John, SJ, 1928
  24 Post, Rev. John, SJ, 1926
  25 Preuss, Dr. Arthur, 1928
  26 Puttermans, Rev. J. P., 1927 - 1929
  27 Quinn, Rt. Rev. William, 1926 - 1930
  28 R - Miscellaneous, 1929 - 1960
  29 Raucaz, Rt. Rev. Louis, 1926 - 1927
  30 Redemptorist Fathers, Oconomowoc, 1929
  31 Reese, Rev. Paul, 1928 - 1931
  32 Reitman, E., 1946
  33 Religion Department Plans, 1929 - 1930
  34 Religion IV - Reading List, n.d.
  35 Religion Outline for Villanova College, n.d.
  36 Religion Course, 1917 - 1922
  37 Religion I - References, n.d.
  38 Religion of Gros Ventres, 1940
  39 Religion Courses: I-IV, n.d.
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34 1 Religious Education Association, 1928 - 1933
  2 Results, 1953
  3 Richarez, Dr. Stephen, 1926 - 1933
  4 Rivet, Dr. Paul, 1928 - 1929
  5 Rose de Lima, Sister, 1928 - 1937
  6 Ross, Rev. Dr. J. Elliot, 1929 - 1934
  7 Rossignol, Rev. M., OMI, 1937 - 1939
  8 Royal Anthropological Institute, 1932
  9 Ryan, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James, 1929 - 1934
  10 Ryan, Rev. Dr. James H., 1926 - 1933
  11 Rybrook, Rev. G., OP, 1928
  12 S - Miscellaneous: Part I, 1929 - 1968
  13 S - Miscellaneous: Part II, 1928 - 1968
  14 Saindon, Rev. J. Emile, OMI, 1929 - 1934
  15 Sands, William Franklin, 1926 - 1930
  16 Scapulimancy, 1936
  17 Schmidt, Rev. Wilhelm, 1927 - 1929
  18 Schmiedeler, Rev. Edgar, OSB, 1928 - 1930
  19 Schramm, Rev. Gregory J., 1928 - 1932
  20 Schrembs, Rt. Rev. Joseph, 1929
  21 Schuster, Rev. Fridolin, 1926
  22 Schweiger, Rev. Albert, 1929 - 1936
  23 Schwitalla, Rev. Alphonse, SJ, 1929
  24 Shahan, Rt. Rev. Thomas, 1928 - 1929
  25 Shanahan, Rev. Carmac, 1929
  26 Sharp, Rev. John K., 1929
  27 Shaughnessy, Dr. Gerard, 1929 - 1932
  28 Sherry, Rev. John H., OMI, 1926 - 1927
  29 Shields, Vincent, 1930
  30 Sialm, Rev. Placidus, SJ, 1926
  31 Siedenburg, Rev. Frederick, SJ, 1933
  32 Smith, Rev. Henry I., OP, 1926 - 1928
  33 Social Science Research Council, 1933 - 1934
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35 1 Social Hygiene Society of Washington DC, 1931 - 1936
  2 Societa Editrice Vite e Pensiero, 1928 - 1929
  3 Spearman, A. D., 1926
  4 Spitzer, Allen, 1956 - 1965
  5 Spencer, Mary E., 1929 - 1930
  6 Stam, Rev. N., 1928 - 1930
  7 Stanford, Rev. E. V., 1929
  8 Stephan, Dr. Fred, 1928
  9 Stettner, Rev. Joseph, 1928 - 1931
  10 Stratmeir, Rev. Dr. George, OP, 1929
  11 Straub, Rev. Roger C., 1928
  12 Standt, Rev. Sylvester, OMC, 1927 - 1930
  13 T - Miscellaneous , 1928 - 1968
  14 Tabloid Scientist, 1948
  15 Taylor, Graham R., 1929 - 1930
  16 Taylor, Dr. Griffith, 1928
  17 Tennelly, Dr. J. B., SS, 1926 - 1943
  18 Thill, Rev. Dr. Frank H., 1926 - 1929
  19 Thomann, Rev. J. C., 1926 - 1930
  20 Thomas, Rev. M. M., 1926
  21 Thone, Dr. Frank, 1929
  22 Thoral, Rev. J. J., SJ, 1926 - 1930
  23 Thornton, Mr. John F., 1928
  24 Thurston, Mr. Henry W., 1926 - 1927
  25 Tibesar, Rev. L. H., 1926 - 1967
  26 Tonelli, Rev. Antonio, 1926 - 1929
  27 Troester, Rev. Marcellus, OFM, 1926
  28 Turner, Rev. Sidney, 1937 - 1940
  29 Turguetil, Rt. Rev. A., OMI, 1926 - 1936
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36 1 U - Miscellaneous, 1929 - 1945
  2 V - Miscellaneous, 1926 - 1964
  3 W-X-Y-Z - Miscellaneous, 1927 - 1965
  4 Uhle, Dr. Max, 1928 - 1929
  5 Ulke, Dr. Titus, 1934 - 1936
  6 US Post Office, 1929
  7 Vaccarest, Rev. J. E., 1929
  8 Vandewalle, Rev. O., 1927
  9 Vanoverbergh, Rev. Morice, 1926 - 1933
  10 Vanoverbergh, Father M., 1926 - 1950
  11 Vanston, Very Rev. John, 1929
  12 Verbois, Rev. Rafael, 1929 - 1930
  13 Vesters, Rt. Rev. Msgr., 1929 - 1930
  14 Vopatek, Rev. Thomas, 1928
  15 von Waldegg, Herman, 1935 - 1937
  16 Walsh, Father Augustine, OSB, 1926
  17 Walsh, Very Rev. J. A., 1926 - 1935
  18 Washington, Richard B., 1926 - 1927
  19 Waverly Press, 1928 - 1934
  20 Weber, Very Rev. Nicholas A., 1926 - 1930
  21 White, Rt. Rev. Chas D., 1930
  22 Whitney, Leon, 1928 - 1930
  23 Williams, Rev. J. J., SJ, 1928 - 1938
  24 Windle, Sir Bertram, 1927 - 1928
  25 Wise, Margaret B., 1928
  26 Wise, Reginald, 1930 - 1931
  27 Wolfe, Rev. John M., 1928 - 1930
  28 Wynne, Rev. John J., SJ, 1927 - 1928
  29 Zillmer, Aimee, 1929
  30 Ziskovsky, Rev. A. J., 1932
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37 1 Personal Correspondence: Ac - Al, 1921 - 1945
  2 Personal Correspondence: Am - At, 1920 - 1944
  3 Personal Correspondence: B, 1915 - 1940
  4 Personal Correspondence: Ca - Ci, n.d.
  5 Personal Correspondence: Co - Cu, 1921 - 1942
  6 CUA Pension Plan - Sabbatical - Scale, 1949
  7 Personal Correspondence: D, 1919 - 1938
  8 Personal Correspondence: E, 1920 - 1928
  9 Elections, 1908 - 1949
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38 1 Personal Correspondence: F, 1920 - 1947
  2 Personal Correspondence: G, 1918 - 1920
  3 Personal Correspondence: H, 1919 - 1943
  4 Personal Correspondence: J, 1921 - 1926
  5 Kerby, Dr. William J., 1926 - 1931
  6 Personal Correspondence: L, 1919 - 1936
  7 Personal Correspondence: Ma - Mc, 1920 - 1942
  8 Personal Correspondence: Me - Mu, 1919 - 1938
  9 Memos, 1931 - 1945
  10 Mendel Medal, 1939 - 1942
  11 Personal Correspondence: Na - Ne, 1922 - 1950
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39 1 Personal Correspondence: No - Nu, 1919 - 1928
  2 NCWC Correspondence, 1918 - 1920
  3 Personal Correspondence: O, 1919-1945
  4 Photographs, n.d.
  5 Personal Correspondence: P, 1920-1948
  6 Personal Correspondence: R, 1918-1945
  7 Reports and Releases, 1925-1942
  8 Reviews and Religion Outlines, 1924-1932
  9 Reviews, 1938-1947
  10 St. Matthews, 1905-1918
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40 1 Personal Correspondence: Sa - Sh, 1919 - 1925
  2 Personal Correspondence: Si - Sz, 1920 - 1945
  3 Selective Service Committee, 1948 - 1949
  4 Personal Correspondence: T, 1919 - 1944
  5 Personal Correspondence: U - V, 1922 - 1925
  6 Personal Correspondence: W, 1920 - 1946
  7 Personal Correspondence:Wesleyan University Symposium on Religion, 1927
  8 Who's Who, 1938 - 1945
  9 Personal Correspondence: Y-Z, 1921-1923
                       
Series 4: Publications, 1918-1954 (30 boxes)
This series contains articles and publications on a wide range of subjects including: anthropology, religion, science, personal notices, various projects, and social issues.
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41 1 Articles and Publications, July 1, 1924-June 30, 1925
  2 Articles and Publications, April 15, 1925-1930
  3 Publications, 1931-1938
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42 1 American Sociological Society: Speeches, n.d.
  2 Miscellaneous Speeches, 1927 - 1936
  3 Miscellaneous, n.d.
  4 Religion and Science, n.d.
  5 Unpublished Manuscripts, n.d.
  6 Miscellaneous Manuscripts, 1930 - 1935
  7 O'Connor, Rev. Charles: Notes - Ethics of Sex, n.d.
  8 Michelson Obituary, December 1938
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43 1 Miscellaneous, n.d.
  2 Preparation of Teachers of Religion, n.d.
  3 Incarnation, Presentation of, n.d.
  4 Address to Hierarchy, n.d.
  5 Anthrop. and Ind. Problems in the Americas, n.d.
  6 Charity Begins at Home, n.d.
  7 Religion of the Gros Ventres, n.d.
  8 Catholic Education and Theology, n.d.
  9 ISO Forum, n.d.
  10 Unity-Equality-Dignity of Men, n.d.
  11 Catholic Fight Against Anti-Semitism, n.d.
  12 Content of College Religion Curriculum, n.d.
  13 Skin Color, n.d.
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44 1 Aspect of Perfect Love, n.d.
  2 ACLS: Problems of International Understanding, n.d.
  3 Reviews, 1946
  4 Thy Will Be Done, n.d.
  5 Ethical Considerations in Relation to the Kinsey Report, n.d.
  6 Reviews, 1948
  7 Family Origins, n.d.
  8 Religion II: Divinity of Christ - 1st edition, January 1913
  9 Religion II: Christ and Modern Life - 1st edition, April 1913
  10 Religion IV: Central Doctrines, January 1913
  11 Religion I: Catholic Church, January 1914
  12 Religion III: Comparative Religion, January 1914
  13 Religion II: Divinity of Christ - 2nd edition, January 1915
  14 Religion II: Christ and Modern Life - 2nd edition, April 1915
  15 Birds of Algonquin Park, October 15, 1910 and October 1916
Box Folder
45 1 Higher Culture in Early Man, September 1914
  2 Birds of Onigamis and Algonquin, January 1917
  3 Freemasonry's 200th Birthday, June 1917
  4 Human Welfare and Monogamous Ideal, October 1920
  5 Freemasonry, Church, and State, July 1917
Box Folder
46 1 Freemasonry and Modern Life, August 1917
  2 Fuegian and Chonoan Relations, 1915 - 1917
  3 National Catholic War Council, December 1918
  4 NCWC Bulletins, June 1919 - March 1920
Box Folder
47 1 Bibliography - Tribes of Tiera del Fuego, 1917
  2 Brethern Mystic Tie, January 19, 1918
  3 NCWC Report - CSWA, February 1919
  4 Girls Welfare, August 1919
  5 Promise Fulfilled, January 1920
  6 Our Girls, February 1920
  7 Comm. House Programs, May-June 1920
  8 Recent Trends in Social Hygiene, January 1921
  9 Public Dance Hall as College Boy Sees It, February 1921
  10 Unto These My Least Brethren, May 1921
  11 Next Steps in Social Hygiene, June 1921
  12 Sex Teaching in the Home, August - September, 1921
  13 Sex Education in the Home, September 1921
  14 Homes for Business Girls, September 1921
  15 From the Conference Lobby, 1921
  16 Play and Moral Education, December 1921
  17 Sex Training in the Home, December 1921
  18 What to Play in Play Time, January 1922
  19 A Perilous Constitutional Amendment, January 1922
  20 School Playground Equipment, February 1922
  21 Mint and Cumin, February 1922
  22 Play Leadership, March 1922
Box Folder
48 1 Leisure Time of School Children, April 1922
  2 Women in Industry, April 1922
  3 Girls Housing - Two Recent Surveys, May 1922
  4 Boys and Girls Clubs, May 1922
  5 Learning Play Leadership, June 1922
  6 Extra-Hospital Activities, October 1922
  7 Housing Women Wage-Earners, September 1922
  8 Next Steps: Women in Insdustry, September 1922
  9 Girl Scouts or National Catholic Organization?, November 1922
  10 Newest Program of National Women's Party, December 1922
  11 Moral Content of Advanced Religion Course, January 1923
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49 1 Dogmatic Content of Advanced Religion Course, February 1923
  2 Peace and Popular Referendum, February 15, 1923
  3 Historical Content of Advanced Religion Course, March 1923
  4 Apolegetic Content of Advanced Religion Course, April 1923
  5 Too Much Club?, April 1923
  6 Ascetic Content of Advanced Religion Course, June 1923
  7 Directory - Catholic Bd. Homes, 1923
  8 Play Fair, 1924
  9 Birth Control, 1924
  10 Notebooks - Religion II and IV, n.d.
Box Folder
50 1 School and Social Work, November 1923
  2 Why is Sunday?, March 1924
  3 Girls Gang, May 1924
  4 Probation vs. Character Building, 1923
  5 Religion in High School, 1923
  6 Boy Problem, 1924
  7 Baccal. Trinity, June 1924
  8 Comm. Address - CUA, 1924
  9 Book Reviews, 1922
  10 Retreat Information and Notes, 1923
Box Folder
51 1 Sex Education: Notes and Correspondence, 1919-1921
  2 Sex Education: Notes, 1920-1921
  3 Sex Education: Conference Programs, Notes and Correspondence, 1920-1922
Box Folder
52 1 Introduction to Sources: Fueg. to Chon. Anthropology, n.d.
Box Folder
53 1 Religion I: Course Questions and Notes, 1910-1912
  2 Religion II: Course Questions and Notes, 1910-1912
  3 Religion III: Course Questions and Notes, 1910-1912
Box Folder
54 1 American Association of Professional Anthropologists, n.d.
  2 Viking Award Committee, n.d.
  3 Council on Human Relations - Institute for Interracial Studies, n.d.
  4 Ethnological Survey - North America, n.d.
  5 Ethnological Survey, n.d.
  6 Important Memo on Garvan Manuscript, n.d.
  7 Ethnological Survey - Financial, n.d.
  8 Ethnological Survey - Atlantic Coast, n.d.
  9 Family-Kinship Project, n.d.
  10 Mission Science Project, n.d.
Box Folder
55 1 JMC Biographical Data, n.d.
  2 Pastoral Theology Project, n.d.
  3 Anthropology in CU Bulletin, n.d.
  4 Mendel Medal - Correspondence, n.d.
  5 JMC Letters, 1939
  6 Letters of Sympathy, n.d.
  7 Miscellaneous, n.d.
  8 Pastoral Project, n.d.
Box Folder
56 1 CAC Account Book, n.d.
  2 Baltimore Catechism, n.d.
  3 Notes from Rome, n.d.
Box Folder
57 1 CAC - Miscellaneous Publications, n.d.
  2 CAC-CUA Press Agreement, n.d.
  3 CAC - Miscellaneous Papers, n.d.
  4 Primitive Man - Prospective Contributors of Manuscripts, n.d.
  5 CAC - Pamphlet, n.d.
  6 CAC - Ruth Craven's Notes, n.d.
  7 CAC - Promotion Plans, n.d.
  8 CAC - Constitution and By-Laws, n.d.
  9 CAC - AQ - Business, n.d.
  10 CAC - Memorial Plaque for JMC, n.d.
  11 First Meeting of the Catholic Anthropological Conference held at CUA, April 6, 1926
Box Folder
58 1 CAC - Executive Board Correspondence, 1945 - 1946
  2 CAC - Board Meetings, 1952 - 1954
  3 CAC - Press Notes, n.d.
  4 CAC - Discontinuance, n.d.
  5 Suggestion on Method and Needs, n.d.
  6 Phonetic System, n.d.
  7 Memo for Missionaries, n.d.
  8 Selected References, n.d.
  9 CAC - Questionnaires, n.d.
  10 CAC - Accounts: Part I, n.d.
  11 CAC - Accounts: Part II, n.d.
  12 CAC - Accounts: Part III, n.d.
Box Folder
59 1 CAC - Incoming Dues, n.d.
  2 CAC - Accounts, 1943
  3 Miscellaneous Cooper Publications, n.d.
Box Folder
60 1 Religion Outlines for Colleges: Course I, 1924
  2 Religion Outlines for Colleges: Course I Reprint, 1935
  3 Religion Outlines for Colleges: Course II, 1939
  4 Religion Outlines for Colleges: Course III, 1930
  5 Religion Outlines for Colleges: Course IV, 1928
Box Folder
61 1 Regina Flannery Reprints, n.d.
  2 Organization for Civil Defense and Disaster Publications, n.d.
Box Folder
62 1 Miscellaneous Articles, n.d.
  2 Data and Notes, n.d.
  3 Civil Defense Information - San Diego, CA, n.d.
Box Folder
63 1 Research Progress Report of U.S. Civil Defense, n.d.
  2 Notes on U.S. Civil Defense, n.d.
Box Folder
64 1 Cooper Family Geneaology, n.d.
  2 Hertha V. Cooper, 1925 - 1949
  3 James E. Cooper, 1918 - 1937
  4 James E. Cooper - Funeral Letters, 1930 - 1931
  5 Selective Service, 1918
  6 James J. Cooper, 1921 - 1934
  7 Medical Reports, 1935 and 1940
Box Folder
65 1 Reprinted Cooper Articles, 1924-1950
Box Folder
66 1 Reprinted Cooper Articles, 1914-1949
Box Folder
67 1 Printed Materials, 1930-1950
        Letters (1930, 1949), Resume (1930), Articles (1932, 1935, 1939, 1940, 1944), Biographical Form (1930), Eulogy (1949), Memo on the Late Monsignor John M. Cooper (1950), Obituary (February 15, 1950)
  2 Reprinted Cooper Articles, 1924-1952
Box Folder
68 1 Primitive Man Publications: Volume 1 - Volume 25, 1928-1952
Box Folder
69 1 Surplus Reprints of Primitive Man and Other Publications, 1922-1951
Box Folder
70 1 Notes on Women in Industry, n.d.
        Notes possibly taken from information contained in The Patrick Joseph McCormick Papers.
  2 Two Letters Pertaining to Publications, 1915
  3 Draft Notes for Masonry Article, n.d.
  4 Notes on Instruction and Sermons: St. John's, 1912-1916
  5 Religion Course Notes, n.d.
                       
Series 5: Oversize, n.d. (2 boxes)
This series contains two oversize boxes of Lecture Notes.
Oversize  
71   Lecture Notes, n.d.
Oversize  
72   Lecture Notes, n.d.

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Sermons, 1905-1918

Series 2: Subject Files, 1898-1905; 1931-1936; 1946-1948

Series 3: Correspondence, 1905-1964

Series 4: Publications, 1918-1954

Series 5: Oversize, n.d.

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