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National Catholic War Council

An inventory of Records of the National Catholic War Council at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
Creator: National Catholic War Council (U.S.)
Title: Records of the National Catholic War Council
Dates: 1891(1917-1935)1956
Extent: 135 linear feet; 110 boxes, 35 reels of 16 mm microfilm
Abstract: Responding to the challenge of World War I, American Catholics led by Father John J. Burke created the National Catholic War Council, the forerunner of the National Catholic Welfare Conference that has been known since 2001 as the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the secretariat of the American Hierarchy. The War Council of 1917 represented the first coming together of American bishops in voluntary association to address great national issues affecting the Church. The records concentrate on the years 1917 to 1921 and contain files of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, Chairman of the NCWC Administrative Committee, and those of Father John J. Burke, Chairman of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA). They also have office files of the Executive Secretary of the CSWA and individual sub-committees such as Reconstruction, Men, Women, Overseas, and Historical Records. Included in these files are administrative, financial, and legal records as well as personal correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, posters, news clippings, and memorabilia. The census of Catholic armed forces preserved on microfilm is of special interest.
Collection Number: ACUA 010
Language: English

Historical Note

Historically, the American Catholic Church did not have a unified voice on the national and international stage though it did meet in occasional councils such as in 1852, 1866, and 1884. The organization of the American Federation of Catholic Societies in 1901 did little to encourage national unity as many in the American hierarchy were either indifferent or hostile to the Federation, which was also troubled by ethnic conflicts. There was, however, a growing trend in America in the early twentieth century towards organization on a national level. Advances in transportation and communication, together with a national economy and the growing power of the federal government, induced many groups to organize nationally to promote their interests. The mainstream Protestant churches formed the Federal Council of Churches in 1908 and many Catholics, divided by region and ethnicity, were concerned about their increasing vulnerability. There was some progress regarding education and charity with the establishment of the Catholic Education Association (later the National Catholic Education Association) in 1904 and the National Conference of Catholic Charities (later Catholic Charities USA) in 1910, but there was otherwise limited progress toward creating a more effective national voice until the First World War. With this seminal event, Catholic Church leaders, concerned about being excluded from the national mobilization effort and hoping to demonstrate Catholic loyalty, created the National Catholic War Council (NCWC). Organized after two meetings in 1917 at The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington DC, the War Council was an emergency organization that represented Catholic interests in the U.S. Congress, addressed the needs of soldiers at home and overseas, promoted the Americanization of recent immigrants, and developed a Program for the Social Reconstruction of American society after the war.

The records of the NC War Council provide valuable information about Catholic social work and the history of the American Catholic Church. The United States entered the First World War on 6 April 1917 and American Catholics responded swiftly. On April 18, at the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of The Catholic University of America (CUA), the bishops wrote a letter to President Woodrow Wilson offering the support and cooperation of American Catholics in the war effort. Several Catholic societies, including the Knights of Columbus and the Chaplain's Aid Association, also offered the government their assistance and attempted to meet special war needs. However, it soon became clear that a cooperative effort was necessary and Father John J. Burke of the Chaplain's Aid Association suggested to Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore a general meeting of all Catholic societies to coordinate their war work. He received Gibbon's approval as well as that of Cardinal John M. Farley of New York and Cardinal William O'Connell of Boston. On August 11-12 a meeting was held at CUA attended by one hundred fifteen representatives of forty-two dioceses, twenty-seven national Catholic societies and eighteen Catholic publications. Burke presented a plan for a coordinating agency, and a resolution was passed to create a national organization to unify all Catholic war activities. The organization was called the National Catholic War Council, and Burke was elected president. An executive council composed of delegates from the archdioceses, the Knights of Columbus and the American Federation of Catholic Societies directed its work. One of Burke's first acts was to invite other religious agencies to set up an ecumenical committee to advise the U.S. War Department on religious and moral matters. This Committee of Six, of which Burke was named permanent chairman, was designated an official advisory body of the Secretary of War.

In November 1917 the National Catholic War Council was reorganized to give the bishops more direct operational responsibility. The archbishops were constituted as the Council and they appointed an Administrative Committee of four bishops: Peter J. Muldoon of Rockford (Chairman), Joseph B. Schrembs of Toledo, Patrick J. Hayes of New York (succeeded by Joseph S. Glass of Salt Lake City) and William T. Russell of Charleston. The Administrative Committee met for the first time at CUA on 18 January 1918 to determine the organization and work of the new and improved War Council. It was now composed of the fourteen archbishops, the Administrative Committee of the four bishops, an Executive Committee of the same four bishops, six members of the Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, and six members of the original NCWC sub-committees. In addition, there was an Advisory Finance Committee of prominent businessmen and a general committee that included members of the old War Council Executive Committee. The war work of the Knights of Columbus was carried out under the auspices of the NCWC through its Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities headed first by Patrick H. Callahan and then by William J. Mulligan. This committee and the NCWC Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), with Father Burke as Chairman, directed the operations of the NCWC, including the work of the original six sub-committees of Finance, Chaplain's Aid, National Catholic Interests (originally Legislation), Men's Activities (formerly Recreation and Recreation Halls), Women's Activities, and Historical Records. The Reconstruction and Overseas committees were added later.

The CSWA operated through its Chairman, Father Burke, his Executive Secretary (first Walter Hooke and then Michael J. Slattery), and the sub-committees chairmen and secretaries. Burke was the liaison with the government's Commission on Training Activities and the Morale Division of the U.S. War Department. In August 1918, the War Department recognized the National Catholic War Council as an official government agent in war welfare work enabling it to participate in the United War Work Campaign of 1918 where it received thirty six million dollars as its share of the fund drive, most of which went to the work of the Knights of Columbus and the NCWC overseas units. Following the Armistice of November 1918 action was taken to make the NCWC a permanent organization. On 24 September 1919 the American bishops passed a resolution creating the National Catholic Welfare Council and three months later the Welfare Council formally took over the work of the War Council with headquarters remaining in Washington, D.C. In 1922, the name of the National Catholic Welfare Council was changed to the National Catholic Welfare Conference, which has survived under several name changes into the twenty first century. The National Catholic War Council itself was officially dissolved as a corporation on April 30, 1931.

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Scope and Contents

The voluminous records of the National Catholic War Council, organized into ten series, contain the files of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, chairman of the NCWC administrative committee, and those of Father John J. Burke, chairman of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA). They also contain the files of the CSWA executive secretary and the individual sub-committees. Included are administrative, financial, and legal records as well as official and some personal correspondence of officers, news clippings, printed material such as pamphlets, photographs, posters, and memorabilia. Also noteworthy is the census of Catholic armed forces personnel compiled by the Committee on Historical Records and preserved on microfilm. The bulk of the collection deals with the daily operations of wartime and reconstruction activities at home and abroad during the years 1917-1921. This work was carried out under the direction of the CSWA.

Series 1, Muldoon-Burke, 1891(1917-1933)1934, boxes 1-12, consists of the records (1917-1927) of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon (the Rockford, Illinois, Files), chairman of the National Catholic War Council Administrative Committee; the records (chiefly 1917-1928) of Father John J. Burke, chairman of the War Council Committee on Special War Activities; the records of Father Burke's Special Committee of One (1919-1933); and the minutes (1918-1921) of meetings of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA). These files, which were transferred to CUA in 1976, decades after the first deposit, constitute the most critical series of records that document the beginnings of the National Catholic War Council, its organizational structure, its policies, and its actions. The hierarchy, led by Cardinal James Gibbons, was the source of authority, with leadership provided initially by Father Burke and later by Bishop Muldoon and Father Burke together who consulted on all major decisions, especially the appointments of the committee chairmen and secretaries. Burke, however, who combined a missionary fervor with a taste for diplomacy, was and remained the heart and soul of the organization. Because of the overlapping nature of the files the decision was made not to attempt to separate them into different sub-series.

Series 2, Executive Secretary, 1909(1917-1919)1929, boxes 12-17, includes correspondence, reports, and related material regarding the daily operations of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA) and the coordination of the work of its seven subcommittees of Finance, Chaplains' Aid, Catholic Interests (formerly Legislation), Men's Activities (originally Recreation and Recreation Halls), Women's Activities, Reconstruction and After-War Activities, and Historical Records. There are also some materials from the Knights of Columbus. Soon after opening the War Council's Washington office in 1917, Father Burke hired Walter G. Hooke to serve as the Executive Secretary. Hooke had previously worked as Secretary of the Committee of Fourteen, a New York City anti-vice organization. Initially Hooke was in charge of a small staff of office personnel but this eventually grew to include several field secretaries. Suggestions of financial mismanagement arose and Hooke resigned in July of 1919 and was succeeded by Michael J. Slattery.

Series 3, Director of Building Operations, 1918-1920, boxes 18-19, contains correspondence as well as employment and financial records regarding construction projects of the National Catholic War Council in the United States. The Director was Cornelious Callahan and these files consist of his general correspondence, his correspondence with Procurement Officer L.G. Smith, and his alphabetical subject files ranging from Visitor Houses at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland and Walter Reed Hospital in Washington to the Community House in East St. Louis.

Series 4, Reconstruction Committee, 1909(1918-1922) and undated, boxes 20-35, includes reports, correspondence, and related material of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Committee, as well as the areas of Employment Service, Hospital Social Service, Vocational Rehabilitation, Education and Research, Land Colonization, the Motion Picture Bureau, the Pittsburgh Catholic Social Study Survey, mostly duplicate Women's and Men's committee material, and other miscellaneous items. This committee, established on 5 May 1918, attempted to study and prepare for postwar problems. Among other things, it dealt with Americanization programs for immigrants and operated fifteen free out-patient and social service clinics in American Catholic hospitals for discharged service men and their families as well as two vocational rehabilitation schools for disabled service men. The first Committee Chairman was Msgr. M.J. Splaine of Boston with Father John O'Grady as Secretary. O'Grady was later Chairman and also served a long tenure, 1919-1961, as Executive Secretary of the National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC).

Series 5, Women's Committee, 1914(1917-1930)1930, boxes 36-51, includes records of the Secretary of the Committee (1917-1921), the Visitors Houses and Services Clubs (1918-1924), the Community Centers (1917-1930), and Clifton Training School (1918-1919). This committee was organized to coordinate the work of 4,959 American Catholic women's societies. Twelve Visitors' Houses were built and operated at or near U.S. military camps. Twenty-one community centers were set up and recreational facilities provided to support women and girls who were war workers. A training school for women social workers, known as The National Service School for Women, was founded at Clifton in the nation's capital, and sent many graduates overseas as War Council workers. The Committee Chairman was Father William J. Kerby with first Father John Smyth (resigned 31 July 1918) and then Father John Montgomery Cooper of CUA as Secretary.

Series 6, Men and Women's Committee, 1913(1917-1922) and undated, boxes 51-55, contains records such as correspondence and reports of the wartime and reconstruction work of American Catholic lay organizations including but not limited to the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), the Catholic Knights of America, the Catholic Mutual Benevolent Association, the Catholic Order of Foresters, the Christ Child Society, the Daughters of Isabella, the Holy Name Society, the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae (IFCA), the Knights of St. George, the Knights of St. John, the Queen's Daughters, the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and the Western Catholic Union. Of special interest are completed questionnaires composed by the Committee on Men's Activities, the Committee of Women's Activities, and the Bureau of Historical Records requesting information about the war work of these various lay organizations.

Series 7, Men's Committee, 1917-1932, boxes 56-60,includes the administrative papers of the Committee (1918-1920), Diocesan War Council correspondence and reports (1917-1924), material concerning the Students Army Training Corps and scholarships for French soldiers (1918-1919), war waste reclamation correspondence (1918-1919), and records of Catholic men's organizations (1918-1932), the Service Clubs (1918-1922), and the Everyman Clubs (1919-1921). This committee managed and coordinated the war and reconstruction work of 9,714 Catholic men's societies and served as a clearinghouse for local diocesan activities. It assisted the War Department Committee on Education and Special Training in identifying Catholic colleges eligible for the Students Army Training Corps (SATC) program and promoted the program in Catholic institutions. Twenty-two service clubs were set up under the direction of local diocesan war councils across the country to provide food, shelter, and entertainment for soldiers. After the war ended, efforts were made to reintegrate soldiers into civilian life through employment services, vocational training, and education courses. Fifteen Everyman's Clubs were established to help with this work. The Men's Committee was also involved in the formation of a Catholic Bureau of the Boy Scouts. Overseas, war reconstruction work was carried out in Czechoslovakia in cooperation with the Bohemian Alliance of Catholics of the United States and scholarships were provided for wounded French soldiers. Charles I. Denechaud was the first Chairman and Michael J. Slattery the first Secretary.

Series 8, Overseas Committee, 1917(1919-1920)1956, boxes 61-72, has W.S.(War Subject) files (1918-1933) assembled by the Historical Records Committee and Bureau primarily from files of the Overseas Commissioner, arranged chronologically according to W.S. number, and Paris Office files (1919-1920), which contain papers of the Overseas Commissioner, arranged chronologically following an index. Included is material in regard to the construction, purchase, and maintenance of the Overseas Houses as well as correspondence concerning the history of The St. Vincent de Paul Society in the United States. Overseas work had been conducted through the Men's and Women's Committees until March 1919 when Charles I. Denechaud was appointed Overseas Commissioner directing all War Council activities outside the United States. In January 1919, the Etoile Service Club was opened in Paris and soon became one of the most popular of the American clubs in Europe. Between January 1919 and the end of March 1920, twenty-eight War Council Overseas Houses were set up in France, Belgium, Italy, and Poland. They included rooms for nurses and other allied women war workers, canteens, playgrounds and nurseries, boarding houses for unmarried working women, and social centers and women's clubs that offered English language classes, typing, stenography, sewing, knitting, cooking, and other courses. The War Council closed down its overseas operations in March 1920 and twenty-one houses were turned over to local committees in the various countries.

Series 9, Historical Records Committee and Bureau, 1914(1917-1935) and undated, boxes 73-106, includes records of the United War Work Campaign Drive of 1918, some W.S. files concerning War Council activities (1917-1933), miscellaneous personnel correspondence files (1917-1933), information requests (1918-1933), G.I. (General Interest) File of war reference material (1914-1935), a census (35 reels on 16 mm microfilm) of American Catholic servicemen, material relating to the writing of Michael Williams' popular history of the War Council (1917-1921), and miscellaneous publications. This committee, directed by Msgr. Henry T. Drumgoole, with Father Peter Guilday of CUA as Secretary, was created to maintain a national Catholic archives for the preservation and use of materials dealing with Catholic war activities. Both men were historians whose goals included gathering evidence to counter bigoted charges that American Catholics were not patriotic. They also encouraged the parishes and dioceses to set up museums and archives. This committee's function was transferred to the National Catholic Welfare Council (later Conference)'s Department of Historical Records that was headed by Daniel J. Ryan, 1920-1934, whose 1941 CUA doctoral dissertation, American Catholic World War I Records, is an important supplement to Michael Williams' earlier work.

Series 10, Photographs and Memorabilia, 1914(1917-1932) and undated, and undated, boxes 107-110, includes loose as well as panoramic photographs, plate glass negatives, postcards, scrapbooks, and memorabilia. This series has Knights of Columbus photographs that primarily focus on community outreach in education and military hospitals. Postwar photos of the Knights of Columbus evening schools in the American South are noteworthy in that some were devoted to African-Americans. There are also many photographs of women depicting war relief efforts in Poland, France, Belgium, and Czechoslovakia, with the Children of the Frontier service for orphaned children prominent. The scrapbooks include photographs of a military mass, wartime newspaper clippings and art notices, and foreign postcards. The Memorabilia consists of a small collection of pins, medals, and a bible.

The materials are rich in social and economic information found particularly in correspondence, reports, and surveys regarding such topics as industrialization and Americanization. There are gaps, however, with little material concerning the Committee on Chaplains' Aid and its parent organization, the Chaplains' Aid Association, founded by Father Burke that was responsible for distributing religious articles and books to the soldiers and mass kits to the Catholic chaplains. There is also little on the Committee on Catholic Interests (formerly Legislation), chaired by Msgr. Edward Kelly of Chicago, that studied current legislation dealing with Catholic issues such as adequate representation of Catholic chaplains and exemption of seminarians from military service. Records of the Committee on Finance, based in New York City with John G. Agar as Treasurer and Edward A. Arnold as Comptroller, are also scarce though there are numerous Agar related files throughout the collection. The records of the War Council, Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, headed first by Patrick H. Callahan and then William J. Mulligan, which directed the World War I work of the Knights of Columbus in the camps at home and abroad, are not present.

Extensive photocopying of fragile material, primarily correspondence, onto acid free paper has been undertaken, especially for Series One. Thereafter, to save on bulk, some exceptions have been made to not photocopy items reflective of routine office matters, generally very brief memos or letters of acknowledgement. In either case, original materials have been retained regardless of their state of preservation though with ample efforts made to inhibit acid migration with folders. In addition, the records were housed for many years in 5 inch document cases but were later re-boxed, with consequent re-numbering, into record center boxes that can make the checking of older citations problematic at best.

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Arrangement

The records of the National Catholic War Council (NCWC) consists of 10 series:











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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC) initially deposited the records of its predecessor, the National Catholic War Council (NCWC), at The Catholic University of America (CUA) in 1952, with further, smaller deposits in 1957, 1968, and 1976. This original accession, some 30 file cabinets of material, was what remained of the work of the War Council's Committee on Historical Records which sought to document Catholic participation in World War One. In 1953, files of parish lists containing names of Catholic men in the military and information regarding parishes in every American diocese, were microfilmed on 16 mm film with the original material destroyed. Some 140 feet of records of the various committees were retained. The 1976 accession, coming to about 26 feet, included the files of Bishop Muldoon and John Burke. The year before, in 1975, CUA was designated by contract as the repository for the permanent, non-current records of the United States Catholic Conference (USCC), immediate successor to the NCWC and known since 2001 as the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).

Processing Information

Initial processing by Anthony Zito and Monica Blanchard, 1977-1984, with further processing and revisions by Patrick C. Cullom and William J. Shepherd, 2001-2015. Additional contributions by Will Dawson, Paul Delponte, Mike Dobbs, Jane Fitch, John Flanagan, Mary Beth Fraser, Kate Humphreys, Jennifer Jukes, Lauren Kanne, Lorene Nilles, Rosabelle Kelp, Shane MacDonald, Raymond Moore, Robin Pike, Cenia Velasquez, and H. Warren Willis. EAD Markup language by Will Dawson, Raymond Moore, W. Jordan Patty, and William John Shepherd, 2006-2016. Special thanks to Paul Kelly for his work on Series 10. Digital object links added by Katherine Santa Ana in 2016.

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Related Material

In the Catholic University archives:

Bishop Peter James Muldoon Diary on microfilm.

NCWC, especially the Executive Department/Office of the General Secretary (OGS).

The CUA archives also holds copies of publications such as the NCWC Bulletin.

Related materials at other major research institutions include:

John Burke Papers at the Paulist Archives in Washington, D.C.

Knights of Columbus War Committee Records at the Knights Museum in New Haven, Connecticut

NCWC Immigration Department Records at the Center for Migration Studies in New York City.

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Index Terms

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


Persons:
Burke, John J. (John Joseph), 1875-1936
Cooper, John Montgomery, 1881-1949
Gibbons, James, 1834-1921
Guilday, Peter, 1884-1947
Kerby, William J., 1870-1936
Muldoon, Peter James, 1862-1927
O'Grady, John J., 1886-1966,

Organizations:
Catholic Church Clergy
Catholic Church Laity
Knights of Columbus
National Catholic War Council (U.S.)
National Catholic Welfare Council (U.S.)
United States War Department

Places:
Belgium
Boston (Massachusetts)
Chicago (Illinois)
Cleveland (Ohio)
France
Montana
New Jersey
New York (New York)
Panama
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)
Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania)
Seattle (Washington)
South Carolina
St. Louis (Missouri)
Texas
Washington (D.C.)
Wisconsin

Subjects:
Church and State
Family Life
International Relations
Military Affairs
World War I


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Select Bibliography

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Ellis, Edward Robb. Echoes of Distant Thunder: Life in the United States, 1914-1918. New York: Kodansha International, 1975-1996.

Hope College. 'For the Boys Over There': The United War Work Campaign of 1918.

Kennedy, David M. Over Here: The First World War and American Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980.

MacDonald, Shane. '"Mother" Millar's Mission - Catholic Women's Service in World War I,' The Archivist's Nook, September 7, 2017.

McKeown, Elizabeth. "The National Bishops' Conference: An Analysis of its Origins," The Catholic Historical Review 66 (1980): 565-583.

McKeown, Elizabeth. "The "National Idea" in the History of the American Episcopal Conference," in Episcopal Conferences: Historical, Canonical, and Theological Studies, ed. Thomas J. Reese, SJ, 59-84. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 1990.

McKeown, Elizabeth. War and Welfare: American Catholics and World War I. New York: Garland, 1988.

Morris, Charles R. American Catholic: The Saints and Sinners Who Built America's Most Powerful Church. New York: Random House, 1997.

Nolan, Hugh, ed. Pastoral Letters of the American Hierarchy, 1792-1970. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 1971.

Pattison, Mark. 'Great War brought Catholics, bishops into Mainstream of U.S. Society,' The Pilot, 8/8/2014.

Petit, Jeanne. Building Citizens: Women, Men and the Immigration Restrictions Debates, 1890-1929. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Notre Dame, 2000.

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Piper, John F. The American Churches in World War I. Athens, Ohio and London: Ohio University Press, 1985.

Ryan, Daniel J. American Catholic World War I Records. Ph.D. dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1941.

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Williams, Michael. American Catholics in the War - The National Catholic War Council 1917-1921. Washington, D.C.: National Catholic War Council, 1921.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Muldoon-Burke Files 1891(1917-1933)1934 (12 boxes)
The series consists of the records (1917-1927) of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, chairman of the National Catholic War Council Administrative Committee; the records (chiefly 1917-1928) of Father John J. Burke, chairman of the War Council Committee on Special War Activities; the records of Father Burke's Special Committee of One (1919-1933); and the minutes (1918-1921) of meetings of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA). These files document the beginnings of the National Catholic War Council, its organizational structure and its policies.
Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence: Formation and Early Activities of National Catholic War Council, 5/14/1917-11/21/1918
        001
  2 Correspondence: Formation and Early Activities of National Catholic War Council, 12/28/1917-7/10/1918
        001
  3 Newspaper Clippings: Formation and Early Activities of National Catholic War Council, 1918
        001A
  4 Constitutions and By-Laws, 1918
        002
  5 Minutes: Advisory Committee, National Catholic War Council, 1/16/1918-3/09/1921
        003
  6 Minutes and Reports: Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 4/12/1918-7/02/1919
        003A
  7 Minutes and Reports: Board of Trustees, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 8/15/1922-3/19/1923
        003B
  8 Minutes and Reports: Board of Trustees, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 3/23/1923-9/30/1927
        003B
  9 Minutes: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1918-8/17/1919
        003C
  10 Minutes: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 9/06/1919-3/28/1920
        003C
  11 Minutes: Knights of Columbus Supreme Board of Directory, Committee on War Activities, 6/20/1919-9/11/1921
        003D
  12 Minutes: Committee of Eleven, 9/04/1918-2/01/1921
        003E
  13 Minutes: Committee of Eleven, 9/04/1918-2/01/1921
        003E
  14 Minutes: Committee of Eleven, 9/04/1918-12/24/1918
        003E
  15 Minutes: Committee of Eleven, 1/21/1919-2/01/1921
        003E
  16 Minutes: United War Work Campaign Before Complete Merger, 8/16/1918-8/30/1918
        003F
  17 Minutes: Annual Meeting of the Hierarchy, 4/18/1917-9/27/1923
        003G
  18 Minutes: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 2/19/1919
        003H
  19 Minutes: Executive Committee, National Catholic War Council, 1/16/1918-3/09/1921
        003I
  20 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/22/1918-10/16/1918
        004
  21 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 10/17/1918-10/31/1918
        004
  22 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 11/06/1918-12/27/1918
        004
  23 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/04/1919-4/10/1919
        004
  24 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 4/17/1919-11/26/1919
        004
  25 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/23/1920-6/30/1920
        004
  26 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/31/1921-11/20/1925
        004
  27 General Correspondence: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1919
        004
  28 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1918-1923
        004A
  29 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1918-1921
        004A
  30 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1918
        004A
  31 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1918-1924
        004A
  32 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1920-1921
        004A
  33 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1922-1923
        004A
  34 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 12/31/1918-9/30/1919
        004A
  35 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 10/31/1919-4/30/1920
        004A
  36 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 5/31/1920-9/30/1920
        004A
  37 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 2/28/1921-1/31/1923
        004A
  38 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 2/28/1923-11/30/1923
        004A
  39 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/31/1924-7/31/1924
        004A
  40 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 8/31/1924-4/30/1925
        004A
  41 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 5/31/1925-11/30/1925
        004A
  42 Financial Reports and Statements: Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities, 1/31/1926-7/31/1927
        004A
  43 Reports: British Committee, Knights of Columbus Overseas Commission, Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings and Publications, War Act, 6/18/1918-8/05/1918
        004B
  44 Reports: British Committee, Knights of Columbus Overseas Commission, Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings and Publications, War Act, 1918-1923
        004B
  45 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, ca. 12/1918
        005
  46 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 3/14/1918-9/30/1918
        005
  47 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 10/01/1918-10/16/1918
        005
  48 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 10/17/1918-11/30/1918
        005
  49 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 12/04/1918-12/30/1918
        005
  50 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 1/03/1919-3/31/1919
        005
  51 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 4/03/1919-12/23/1919
        005
  52 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 1/02/1920-2/14/1921
        005
  53 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 2/15/1921-6/10/1922
        005
Box Folder
2 1 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 9/1918-11/1918
        005
  2 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 9/25/1918-10/10/1918
        005
  3 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 10/11/1918-10/23/1918
        005
  4 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 10/24/1918-11/08/1918
        005
  5 General Correspondence and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 9/1918-11/1918
        005
  6 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1919
        005A
  7 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 1/06/1919-2/05/1921
        005A
  8 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 12/20/1919-12/31/1920
        005A
  9 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 1919-1921
        005A
  10 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 7/18/1919-4/19/1920
        005A
  11 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 4/22/1919-5/16/1921
        005A
  12 Financial Reports, Statements, and Audits: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1919
        005A
  13 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1919
        005B
  14 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1919
        005B
  15 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1919
        005B
  16 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 1918
        005B
  17 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 8/1918-10/1918
        005B
  18 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 11/1918-1920
        005B
  19 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 10/1918
        005B
  20 Campaign Literature: United War Work Campaign, 10/1918-11/1918
        005B
  21 Miscellaneous News Releases and Correspondence: YM-YMCA, 1/08/1918-4/21/1919
        006
  22 Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Newspaper Clippings: YM-YMCA, 1917-1919
        006A
  23 Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Newspaper Clippings: YM-YMCA, 1920
        006A
  24 Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Newspaper Clippings: YM-YMCA, 1918-1919
        006A
  25 Correspondence: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1/14/1919-1921
        007
  26 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1918-1919
        007A
  27 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1919
        007A
  28 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1920
        007A
  29 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1920-1921
        007A
  30 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, ca. 1918-1921
        007A
  31 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1918-1921
        007A
  32 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1918-1921
        007A
  33 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1919
        007A
  34 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1918-1919
        007A
  35 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1919
        007A
  36 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1920-1921
        007A
  37 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Ireland and the Irish Situation, 1918-1921
        007A
  38 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 5/8/1918-3/15/1919
        008
  39 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 4/2/1918-10/27/1919
        008
  40 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 11/3/1919-6/9/1922
        008
  41 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller CWSA, 11/16/1918-11/11/1923
        009
  42 Correspondence and Articles: Immigration and Americanization, 1913, 1918-1922
        010
  43 Correspondence and Articles: Immigration and Americanization, 1913, 1918-1922
        010
  44 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Immigration and Americanization, 1891, 1906-1915
        010A
  45 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Immigration and Americanization, 1916-1920
        010A
  46 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Immigration and Americanization, 1910-1919
        010A
Box Folder
3 1 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Immigration and Americanization, 1913-1920
        010A
  2 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Immigration and Americanization, 1913-1919
        010A
  3 Correspondence: Social Service Work and Social Action Department Origins, 12/10/1918-1/18/1922
        011
  4 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1912, 1918
        011A
  5 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1912; 1918-1925
        011A
  6 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1918-1919
        011A
  7 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1919
        011A
  8 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1920-1924
        011A
  9 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1919-1920
        011A
  10 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Service Work - Issues, 1920-1925
        011A
  11 Correspondence and Reports: Education and Educational Issues, Nov. 10, 1960-June 12, 1923
        012
  12 Correspondence and Reports: Education and Educational Issues, 1919
        012
  13 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1919-1920
        012A
  14 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1903-1910
        012A
  15 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1917-1919
        012A
  16 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1917-1919
        012A
  17 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1919-1924
        012A
  18 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1903-1925
        012A
  19 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, and Clippings: Education Issues, 1903-1925
        012A
  20 Correspondence: Missions, 7/16/1919-10/1/1923
        013
  21 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Missions, 1913-1919
        013A
  22 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Missions, 1911-1923
        013A
  23 Correspondence, Reports, and Articles: Camps and Chaplains, 2/13/1918-1922
        014
  24 Pamphlets, Clippings, Visitor House Pictures: Camps and Chaplains, 1917-1919
        014A
  25 Correspondence: American Red Cross, 9/30/1918-6/20/1919
        015
  26 Correspondence: Committee of Eleven, 9/28/1918-11/17/1919
        016
  27 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 8/2/1918-12/12/1925
        017
  28 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 4/3/1919-12/26/1919
        017
  29 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 8/2/1918-12/12/1925
        017
  30 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 1918-1921
        017
  31 Financial Statements: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 1918-1926
        017A
  32 Financial Statements: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 1922-1926
        017A
  33 Financial Statements: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 1918-1926
        017A
  34 Financial Statements: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 1921-1923
        017A
  35 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 5/7/1909, 10/28/1917-8/28/1918
        018
  36 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 9/14/1918-11/19/1918
        018
  37 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 11/20/1918-12/13/1918
        018
  38 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 1/13/1919-4/13/1919
        018
  39 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 4/6/1919-5/4/1919
        018
  40 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 5/10-7/10/1919
        018
  41 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 7/12/1919-10/8/1919
        018
  42 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 10/15/1919-7/4/1922
        018
  43 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Chairman, NCWC Ad. Com., 5/7/1909; 10/28/1917-7/4/1922
        018
  44 Correspondence and Reports: New York Catholic War Fund, 6/30/1918-7/16/1918
        019
  45 Correspondence and Reports: Bishop W.T. Russell, Administrative Comm., 3/1/1918-12/15/1925
        020
  46 Correspondence: Bishop Joseph Schrembs, 5/13/1918-12/19/1925
        021
  47 Correspondence: J.F. Fenlon, Secretary, Ad. Comm., 3/9/1918-6/14/1919
        022
  48 Miscellaneous Pamphlets, Articles, Clippings: Social Hygiene, 1918
        023
  49 Correspondence and Reports: Social Hygiene, 1908-1914
        023A
  50 Correspondence and Reports: Committee on Historical Records, 2/27/1919-5/9/1919
        024
  51 Correspondence, Publicity: Larkin G. Mead, 5/9/1919-11/21/1919
        025
  52 Correspondence and Reports: Overseas Work, 1/3/1919-4/12/1919
        026
  53 Correspondence and Reports: Overseas Work, 1/3/1919-4/12/1919
        026
  54 Correspondence and Reports: Overseas Work, 1/3/1919-4/12/1919
        026
Box Folder
4 1 Postcards and Pamphlets: Overseas Work, 1919
        026A
  2 Correspondence and Annual Reports: Guardian Angels Center, 1917-1919
        027
  3 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 10/11/1918-11/12/1918
        028
  4 Pamphlets: Fatherless Children of France, 1918-1919
        028A
  5 Correspondence: The New York World, 6/15/1922-6/18/1922
        029
  6 Correspondence: John F. Noll, 8/5/1919-10/3/1919
        030
  7 Correspondence: Joseph S. Glass, Administrative Committee, 6/17/1919-12/21/1925
        032
  8 Correspondence: Raymond B. Fosdick, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 4/25/1918-10/4/1918
        033
  9 Correspondence: Raymond B. Fosdick, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 4/25/1918-6/23/1919
        033
  10 Correspondence: Raymond B. Fosdick, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 4/25/1918-6/23/1919
        033
  11 Correspondence: Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, Administrative Committee, 12/25/1918-6/9/1919
        035
  12 Financial Statements: CSWA, 1918-1921
        036
  13 Financial Statements: CSWA, 1920-1921
        036
  14 Postcard Pictures: Overseas Work, 1919
        037
  15 Correspondence: James Cardinal Gibbons, 3/14/1918-1/15/1919
        038
  16 Minutes and Reports: General Committee On Catholic Affairs and Interests, 1919
        039
  17 Correspondence and Reports: Inter Church Emergency Campaign, 1918-1920
        040
  18 Correspondence and Reports: Inter Church Emergency Campaign, 1918-1919
        040
  19 Correspondence and Reports: Inter Church Emergency Campaign, 1919-1920
        040
  20 17th Annual Report: Association of Catholic Charities, Inc., 1919
        041
  21 Yearly Report: Catholic Young Women's Patriotic Club, NCWC, 1919
        042
  22 Lenten Pastoral Letter: William Cardinal O'Connell, 1/25/1918
        043
  23 List: Diocesan Representatives, 1918
        044
  24 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee, 8/19/1919-4/7/1920
        045
  25 Report on Italy: E.M. Colleton, 7/26/1919
        046
  26 Pamphlets: Italian Problems, 1916, 1918, 1924
        046A
  27 Reports: National Catholic Service School, 11/25/18-1/6/19
        047
  28 Report: League of Catholic Women, 1918
        048
  29 Correspondence and Articles: "Private" File of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, 1918-1923
        049
  30 Correspondence and Articles: "Private" File of Bishop Peter J. Muldoon, 1918-1923
        049
  31 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 7/13/1917-7/26/1920
        001
  32 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 7/27/1917-7/30/1917
        001
  33 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 7/31/1917-8/2/1917
        001
  34 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 8/5/1917-8/9/1917
        001
  35 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 8/3/1917-8/4/1917
        001
  36 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 8/10/1917-8/20/1917
        001
  37 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 8/21/1917-9/27/1917
        001
  38 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 10/8/1917-12/18/1917
        001
  39 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 1917
        001
  40 Correspondence and Reports: Formation of National Catholic War Council, 1/1918-2/21/1920
        001
  41 Correspondence: Dissolution of National Catholic War Council, 2/29/1928-6/14/1932
        001A
  42 Correspondence: Dissolution of National Catholic War Council, 4/4/31-11/10/31
        001A
  43 Correspondence: Dissolution of National Catholic War Council, 4/4/31-11/10/31
        001A
  44 Correspondence: Purchase of 1312 Massachusetts Ave., 2/19/1929-6/21/1929
        001B
  45 Typescripts of Correspondence and Reports: Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S., 1920
        002. Copied from the Archives of the Society in Paris, 1920
  46 Typescripts of Correspondence and Reports: Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S., 1845-1899
        002. Copied from the Archives of the Society in Paris, 1920
  47 Typescripts of Correspondence and Reports: Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S., 1845-1856
        002. Copied from the Archives of the Society in Paris, 1920
  48 Typescripts of Correspondence and Reports: Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S., 1857-1860
        002. Copied from the Archives of the Society in Paris, 1920
  49 Typescripts of Correspondence and Reports: Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S., 1864-1892
        002. Copied from the Archives of the Society in Paris, 1920
  50 Correspondence: Overseas Chaplains, 1917-1921
        003
  51 Correspondence, Departments of the Interior and Commerce and State: Americanization, the Indian, Land and Waste Reclamation, 1/15/1919-3/31/1920
        004
  52 Correspondence: Rev. Charles Gross, 4/22/1919-1/13/1920
        006
  53 Correspondence: New York Diocesan Council, 5/1/1919-12/17/1919
        007
  54 Correspondence: Rev. Lewis J. O'Hern, 5/21/1917-7/16/1921
        008
  55 Correspondence: John Bonzano, Apostolic Delegate, 5/3/1919-2/10/1920
        009
  56 Correspondence: Rev. James J.A. Troy, Cercle des Soldats Colblenz, 1/10/1920-2/18/1921
        010
  57 Correspondence: Rev. James J.A. Troy, Cercle des Soldats Colblenz, 3/7/1921-7/8/1921
        010
  58 Correspondence: Rev. James J.A. Troy, Cercle des Soldats Colblenz, 7/13/1921-7/10/1923
        010
  59 Correspondence: International Federation of Catholic Alumni (IFCA), 10/1/1918-9/8/1920
        011
  60 Correspondence: James H. Collins, 6/5/1919-6/9/1919
        012
  61 Correspondence: Rev. Edward Garesche, 2/17/1918-6/7/1918
        014
  62 Correspondence and Reports: Lithuanian Relief and Independence, 7/23/1919-9/25/1921
        016
  63 Correspondence and Reports: Lithuanian Relief and Independence, 9/27/1919-12/14/1919
        016
  64 Correspondence and Reports: Lithuanian Relief and Independence, 1/7/1920-5/31/1920
        016
  65 Correspondence and Reports: Lithuanian Relief and Independence, 1918-1919; 6/1/1920-2/8/1921
        016
  66 Correspondence: Rev. J.M. Lonergan, Lithuanian Relief, 8/25/1919-12/18/1919
        016A
  67 Correspondence and Clippings: Albert Romeike and Company, Inc., 1918-1919
        018
  68 Correspondence: Walter G. Hooke, Executive Secretary, CSWA, 6/14/1917-11/30/1918
        020
  69 Correspondence: Walter G. Hooke, Executive Secretary, CSWA, 1/1/1919-9/17/1919
        020A
  70 Correspondence: Draft Exemptions for Theological Students, 2/12/1918-9/19/1918
        021
  71 Correspondence: Draft Exemptions for Theological Students, 9/20/1918-6/5/1920
        021
  72 Correspondence: NCWC Visitor Houses; General, 6/22/1918-9/22/1919
        022
  73 Correspondence: NCWC Visitor Houses; Aberdeen-Camp Johnson, 1918-1921
        022
  74 Correspondence: NCWC Visitor Houses; Camp Kearney-Camp Meade, 1918-1924
        022
Box Folder
5 1 Correspondence: NCWC Visitor Houses; Camp Merritt-Camp Nicholas, 1918-1921
        022
  2 Correspondence: NCWC Visitor Houses; Panama Canal Zone -Walter Reed Hospital, 1918-1920
        022
  3 Correspondence: Newton D. Baker, Sec. of War, 9/22/1917-3/2/1921
        023
  4 Letter of J.J. Burke to M.J. Lavelle; Constitution and By Laws of Knights of North America, 1917; 1909-1910
        024
  5 Correspondence: Committee of Six, 9/19/1917-12/12/1919
        025
  6 Correspondence: Committee of Six, 9/1/1918-12/12/1919
        025
  7 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Rev. William Adams Brown, 9/19/1917-7/25/1918
        025A
  8 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Rev. William Adams Brown, 8/1/1918-3/12/1920
        025A
  9 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Col. Harry Cutler, 10/3/1917-6/26/1918
        025B
  10 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Col. Harry Cutler, 7/5/1918-8/21/1918
        025B
  11 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Col. Harry Cutler, 8/22/1918-12/17/1918
        025B
  12 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Col. Harry Cutler, 12/30/1918-9/16/1920
        025B
  13 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Bishop James DeWolf Perry, Jr., 10/15/1917-1/21/1921
        025C
  14 Correspondence: Committee of Six, Robert E. Speer, 11/5/1917-4/8/1921
        025D
  15 Correspondence: Committee of Six, John R. Mott, 9/21/1917-2/15/1919
        025E
  16 Minutes: Committee of Six, 10/27/1917-7/3/1918
        025F
  17 Correspondence: The Survey, 12/18/1918-12/24/1918
        026
  18 Correspondence: "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 10/2/1918-7/9/1919
        027
  19 Correspondence: "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 7/4/1919-8/4/1920
        027
  20 Correspondence: "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 8/10/1920-10/7/1922
        027
  21 Correspondence: "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 10/2/1918-10/7/1922
        027
  22 Correspondence and Lists: "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 1919
        027A
  23 Correspondence: Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, 8/20/1917-12/23/1918
        028
  24 Correspondence: Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, 5/26/1918-2/16/1920
        028
  25 Correspondence: F.P. Keppel, War Department, 3/5/1918-8/14/1918
        029
  26 Correspondence: F.P. Keppel, War Department, 8/19/1918-12/29/1918
        029
  27 Correspondence: F.P. Keppel, War Department, 1/3/1919-8/4/1919
        029
  28 Correspondence: Captain A. A. Henry, War Department, 10/5/1918-12/17/1918
        029A
  29 Correspondence: The Adjutant General's Office, 6/18/1919-6/23/1919
        029B
  30 Correspondence: The Adjutant General's Office, 11/2/1918-10/2/1920
        029C
  31 Correspondence: Major J.S. Joy, War Department and Col. J.G. Steese, 11/4/1918-5/22/1920
        029D
  32 Correspondence: Major J.S. Joy, War Department and Col. J.G. Steese, 11/4/1919-4/20/1920
        029E
  33 Correspondence: Rev. Charles Dhe, 4/25/1918
        030
  34 Correspondence: James Cardinal Gibbons, 5/19/1917-2/24/1920
        031
  35 Correspondence: Maria M. Manley, U.S. Food Administration, 1/29/1918-3/24/1918
        032
  36 Miscellaneous Correspondence, Reports and Articles: YMCA - YWCA, 1918-1923
        033
  37 Correspondence and Minutes: New York Diocesan Council, 9/14/1917-1/17/1918
        034 and 34A
  38 Correspondence and Minutes: New York Diocesan Council, 1/24/1918-8/5/1918
        034 and 034A
  39 Correspondence and Minutes: New York Diocesan Council, 8/12/1918-1/9/1919
        034 and 034A
  40 Correspondence and Minutes: New York Diocesan Council, 1/17/1919-5/28/1920
        034 and 034A
  41 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 9/30/1918-7/16/1919
        035
  42 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 7/17/1919-11/26/1919
        035
  43 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 11/28/1919-1/27/1920
        035
  44 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 1/28/1920-4/30/1920
        035
  45 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 5/1/1920-7/29/1920
        035
  46 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 8/3/1920-10/30/1920
        035
  47 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 11/1/1920-1/26/1921
        035
  48 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 1/28/1921-5/12/1921
        035
  49 Correspondence: Edward A. Arnold, Comptroller, CSWA, 5/17/1921-2/29/1928
        035
  50 Correspondence: "The Annals" of the American Academy of Pol and Soc. Sci., 6/13/1918-10/23/1918
        036
  51 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 4/29/1918-12/27/1918
        037 and 037A
  52 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 1/12/1919-3/31/1919
        037 and 037A
  53 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 4/2/1919-5/24/1919
        037 and 037A
  54 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 5/25/1919-7/31/1919
        037 and 037A
  55 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 8/1/1919-1/9/1920
        037 and 037A
  56 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 1/14/1920-4/14/1931
        037 and 037A
  57 Correspondence: Women Overseas Workers, 1918-1920
        037 and 037A
  58 Correspondence: Appeal for Prayer Responses, 6/24/1919 and 6/25/1919
        040
  59 Correspondence: Overseas Work - Italy, 12/6/1918-8/30/1919
        041
  60 Correspondence: Overseas Work - Italy, 9/4/1919-6/3/1920
        041
  61 Correspondence: Overseas Work - Italy, 7/30/1920-2/3/1921
        041
  62 Correspondence: East St. Louis Community House, 2/5/1919-12/4/1922
        042
  63 Correspondence: Mrs. Evelyn S. Tobey, 7/17/1919-8/27/1919
        043
  64 Correspondence: Social Reconstruction Program, 4/18/1918-1/28/1920
        044
  65 Correspondence and Reports: C.W. Wallace, Ohio Knights of Columbus, 5/10/1919-9/30/1919
        045
Box Folder
6 1 Correspondence: Service Clubs, 10/12/1918-1/17/1921
        046
  2 Correspondence: League to Enforce Peace, 12/11/1918-2/19/1919
        047
  3 Correspondence: Catholic Truth Guild, 6/7/1919-7/3/1919
        048
  4 Circular: National Federation of German American Catholics, 1/1/1918
        049
  5 Correspondence: Caldey Abbey Fund, 3/15/1918-2/17/1919
        050
  6 Correspondence: Catholic Women's Service League, 6/18/1919-9/15/1919
        051
  7 Minutes Executive Committee, NCWC, 9/2/1917-3/9/1921
        052
  8 Correspondence: Marie R. Garesche, 4/30/1918-5/17/1918
        054
  9 Correspondence: Gertrude Fetterman, Personnel Director, 7/5/1919-7/29/1919
        055
  10 Correspondence: Shane Leslie, 12/13/1917
        056
  11 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 11/6/1918
        057
  12 Correspondence: Appeal for Prayer, 11/9/1917-7/21/1918
        058
  13 Correspondence: L'Action Populaire, 10/1924
        061
  14 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 7/11/1917-7/29/1918
        062
  15 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 8/3/1918-11/9/1918
        062
  16 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 11/11/1918-1/19/1919
        062
  17 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 1/20/1919-3/24/1919
        062
  18 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 3/26/1919-6/24/1919
        062
  19 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 7/7/1919-12/23/1919
        062
  20 Correspondence: John G. Agar, Treasurer, CSWA, 1/2/1920-6/8/1922
        062
  21 Correspondence: A. Mitchell Palmer, 11/10/1919
        063
  22 Correspondence: Bishop Charles H. Brent, 6/29/1918-3/3/1919
        064
  23 Correspondence and Reports: Committee on Historical Records, 8/8/1917-2/24/1921
        065
  24 Correspondence and Reports: Committee on Historical Records, 2/5/1918-12/2/1920
        065
  25 Correspondence and Reports: Committee on Historical Records, 1918-1920
        065
  26 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 1/10/1917-10/9/1917
        066
  27 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 10/11/1917-11/30/1917
        066
  28 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 12/2/1917-1/31/1918
        066
  29 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 2/2/1918-6/6/1918
        066
  30 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 6/12/1918-12/30/1918
        066
  31 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 1/24/1918-8/20/1919
        066
  32 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 8/23/1919-10/5/1923
        066
  33 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 1919
        066
  34 Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, 1919-1920
        066
  35 Correspondence: James A. Flaherty, Knights of Columbus, 5/23/1917-11/9/1917
        066A
  36 Correspondence: William J. McGinley, Knights of Columbus, 6/29/1918-3/11/1919
        066B
  37 Correspondence: William J. McGinley, Knights of Columbus, 3/13/1919-4/9/1921
        066B
  38 Correspondence: William J. Mulligan, Knights of Columbus, 8/14/1918-2/17/1920
        066C
  39 Correspondence: William F. Larkin, American Express Company, 7/18/1918-3/17/1919
        066D
  40 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, Knights of Columbus, 11/13/1918-12/7/1934
        066E
  41 Correspondence: William F. Fox, Knights of Columbus, 1/16/1919-4/5/1919
        066F
  42 Minutes and Reports: Knights of Columbus, 3/15/1919-6/21/1919
        066G
  43 Minutes and Reports: Knights of Columbus, 6/29/1919-12/7/1919
        066G
  44 Minutes and Reports: Knights of Columbus, 1918-1919
        066G
  45 Correspondence and Reports: French Students, 1919-1920
        067
  46 Correspondence and Reports: French Students, 1919-1920
        067
  47 Correspondence and Reports: Training School for Chaplains, 1918-1919
        068
  48 Correspondence: I.T. Martin, 3/19/1919-4/21/1919
        069
  49 Correspondence: Diocese of St. Augustine, 6/7/1918-7/21/1918
        071
  50 Correspondence: Etoile Service Club, 12/11/1918-2/29/1919
        072
  51 Correspondence: Etoile Service Club, 2/28/1919-4/30/1919
        072
  52 Correspondence: Etoile Service Club, 5/1/1919-6/18/1920
        072
  53 Correspondence: Mary V. Bolton, 6/19/1916-10/14/1919
        073
  54 Correspondence: Teresa B. O'Hare, 6/17/1918-7/20/1918
        075
  55 Correspondence: Diocese of Charleston, 2/28/1918-4/27/1920
        077
  56 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 8/10/1917-7/16/1918
        078
  57 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 7/18/1918-11/1/1918
        078
  58 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 11/9/1918-4/22/1919
        078
  59 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 5/2/1919-6/28/1919
        078
  60 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 6/30/1920-8/9/1920
        078
  61 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 1918-1919
        078
  62 Correspondence: Social Hygiene, 1918-1919
        078
  63 Correspondence: French Students, 6/14/1918-8/26/1920
        079
  64 Correspondence: French Students, 9/27/1918-1/10/1919
        079
  65 Correspondence: French Students, 1/13/1919-4/29/1919
        079
  66 Correspondence: French Students, 5/1/1919-8/16/1919
        079
  67 Correspondence: French Students, 8/20/1919-8/26/1920
        079
  68 Correspondence: American Red Cross, 7/19/1917-11/13/1918
        081
  69 Correspondence: American Red Cross, 11/21/1918-12/19/1919
        081
  70 Correspondence: American Red Cross, 1/13/1920-11/8/1920
        081
  71 Senate Document: Treaty of Peace with Germany, 1919
        082
  72 Correspondence: Elizabeth Marbury, 7/25/1917-6/3/1919
        084
  73 Correspondence: Committee on Public Information, 2/8/1918-11/21/1918
        085
Box Folder
7 1 Correspondence, Minutes and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 11/19/1917-9/13/1918
        087
  2 Correspondence, Minutes and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 9/16/1918-2/7/1919
        087
  3 Correspondence, Minutes and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 3/5/1919-10/4/1919
        087
  4 Correspondence, Minutes and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 1/3/1920-3/14/1923
        087
  5 Correspondence, Minutes and Reports: United War Work Campaign, 1918-1921
        087
  6 Financial Statements: Special Committee, NCWC, 5/31/1921-12/31/21
        088
  7 Financial Statements: Special Committee, NCWC, 2/28/1922-5/31/1922
        088
  8 Financial Statements: Special Committee, NCWC, 6/30/1922-9/30/1922
        088
  9 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 8/10/1919-10/25/1919
        090
  10 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 10/28/1919-11/30/1919
        090
  11 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 12/1/1919-1/31/1920
        090
  12 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 2/3/20-5/27/20
        090
  13 Correspondence: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 6/30/1920-5/16/1921
        090
  14 Minutes and Reports: Motion Picture Committee and Civic Education, 7/17/1919-12/29/1919
        090A
  15 Correspondence: Guardian Angels Center, 4/17/1918-9/28/1919
        091
  16 Handbook, National Catholic War Council, 1917
        092
  17 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 1/22/1918-6/24/1918
        093
  18 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 7/3/1918-10/27/1918
        093
  19 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 10/30/1918-12/10/1918
        093
  20 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 12/12/1918-1/15/1919
        093
  21 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 1/17/1919-3/31/1919
        093
  22 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 1/22/1918-4/10/1929
        093
  23 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 6/30/1919-8/13/1919
        093
  24 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 8/17/1919-11/23/1919
        093
  25 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 11/25/1919-8/5/1920
        093
  26 Correspondence: Bishop P.J. Muldoon, Administrative Committee, 8/9/20-4/10/29
        093
  27 Correspondence: Rev. Francis B. Doherty, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), 5/6/1918-9/3/1918
        095
  28 Correspondence: Public Health Nursing, 5/17/1918-7/13/1918
        102
  29 Correspondence: Frank W. Smith, New York Diocesan Council, 11/7/1919-11/10/1919
        103
  30 Correspondence: Rev. Joseph P. Dineen, Secretary, Catholic Chaplains, 7/1/1918-10/2/1918
        105
  31 Correspondence: Rev. T.V. Shannon, 9/4/1919-9/12/1919
        107
  32 Correspondence; Pamphlet: Pierre Gaumy; "The Re-Conquest of America", 4/27/1897; 1919
        108
  33 Correspondence: Bishop Joseph B. Schrembs, Administrative Committee, 10/10/1919
        109
  34 Correspondence: Cornelius Callaghan, 8/20/1919-2/27/1920
        110
  35 Correspondence: Cornelius Callaghan, 8/20/1919-5/14/1921
        110
  36 Correspondence: John A. Lapp, 9/24/1919-10/19/1921
        111
  37 Correspondence: Diocese of Charleston, 1918
        112
  38 Correspondence: James J. Phelan, Knights of Columbus, 10/11/1919
        113
  39 Correspondence: Msgr. M.J. Splaine, Chairman, Committee on Reconstruction, 8/24/1917-11/5/1918
        115
  40 Correspondence: Msgr. M.J. Splaine, Chairman, Committee on Reconstruction, 11/13/1918-2/24/1921
        115
  41 Correspondence: Msgr. Edward A. Kelly, Chairman, Committee on National Catholic Interests, 9/13/1917-11/13/1918
        116
  42 Correspondence: Msgr. Edward A. Kelly, Chairman, Committee on National Catholic Interests, 11/14/1918-7/4/1920
        116
  43 Correspondence: Msgr. Edward A. Kelly, Chairman, Committee on National Catholic Interests, 7/6/1920-12/1921
        116
  44 Correspondence: Rev. Albert E. Smith, Chancellor, Baltimore, 9/12/1918-5/14/1920
        117
  45 Program Survey, Americanization of Mexicans: Diocese of Monterey-Los Angeles, 9/15/1919
        118
  46 Correspondence: Camp Meade, Maryland, 7/31/1919-8/16/1919
        121
  47 Correspondence: Catholic Church Extension Society, 9/12/1919
        122
  48 Correspondence: Rev. John Francis Noll, 9/20/1919-1/31/1920
        124
  49 Newspaper Clippings: La Osservatore Romano - National Catholic Welfare Council, 10/1922
        125
  50 List, Base Hospitals, 1918-1919?
        126
  51 Correspondence: Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 11/30/1917-3/18/1921
        128
  52 Reports: Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 1918-1919
        128A
  53 Reports: Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 1919-1920
        128A
  54 Correspondence: Children of the Frontier, 6/2/1918-9/20/1918
        130
  55 Correspondence: Rev. Joseph McSorley, 7/15/1918-6/28/1920
        131
  56 Correspondence: Mary Felix de Moville, 7/21/1918-7/5/1919
        132
  57 Correspondence: Rev. Edward F. Mallon, 9/30/1918-10/6/1918
        134
  58 Correspondence: Navy Rifle Range, Caldwell, New Jersey, 8/25/1919
        135
  59 Newspaper Clippings: "Fight and Pray" Appeal, 7/8/1918-7/15/1918
        138
  60 Pamphlet: The September Meeting of the American Hierarchy, 7/1919
        139
  61 Reports: Julia C. Bannigan, Office Manager, 1919-1921
        140A
  62 Correspondence: Nurses and Wartime Service, 7/25/1918-10/11/1918
        141
  63 Correspondence: Catholic Federation of the United States, 1917, 1/24/1918-1/30/1918
        142
  64 Correspondence: Archbishop G.W. Mundelein, 7/22/1918-1/27/1919
        143
  65 Correspondence: New York Diocesan War Council, 3/3/1919-3/9/1919
        149
  66 Correspondence: American Academy of Christian Democracy, 2/17/1919-3/8/1919
        150
  67 Correspondence: John F. Fenlon, Secretary, Administrative Committees of National Catholic War and Welfare Councils, 10/27/1917-6/29/1918
        151
  68 Correspondence: John F. Fenlon, Secretary, Administrative Committees of National Catholic War and Welfare Councils, 10/27/1917-4/9/1921
        151
  69 Correspondence: John F. Fenlon, Secretary, Administrative Committees of National Catholic War and Welfare Councils, 9/25/1919-4/5/1921
        151
  70 Correspondence: John F. Fenlon, Secretary, Administrative Committees of National Catholic War and Welfare Councils, 9/19/1921-8/11/1922
        151
  71 Minutes: Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council, 9/25/1922-9/28/1923
        151
  72 Minutes: Administrative Committee of the National Catholic Welfare Council, 8/14/1918-11/15/1928
        151A
Box Folder
8 1 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 10/11/1917-9/3/1918
        152
  2 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 9/11/1918-10/10/1918
        152
  3 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 10/11/1918-11/11/1918
        152
  4 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 11/13/1918-12/30/1918
        152
  5 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1/4/1919-1/25/1919
        152
  6 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1/27/1919-2/18/1919
        152
  7 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 2/19/1919-3/6/1919
        152
  8 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 3/7/1919-3/20/1919
        152
  9 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 3/21/1919-4/1/1919
        152
  10 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 4/3/1919-4/14/1919
        152
  11 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 4/15/1919-5/4/1919
        152
  12 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 5/5/1919-5/13/1919
        152
  13 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 6/2/1919-6/20/1919
        152
  14 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 6/26/1919-8/11/1919
        152
  15 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 8/12/1919-12/26/1922
        152
  16 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1917-1919
        152
  17 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1918-1919
        152
  18 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1918-1919
        152
  19 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1918
        152
  20 Correspondence and Reports: War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA), 1919
        152
  21 Correspondence: Rev. Thomas F. Burke, 10/3/1918-1/6/1921
        154
  22 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 8/6/1918-10/1918
        156
  23 Correspondence: Msgr. Leslie J. Kavanagh, Vicar-General, 10/26/1917-12/14/1919
        157
  24 Memoranda: Chaplain Legation, 6/11/1918-7/19/1919
        158
  25 Correspondence: Walter Reed Hospital, 4/5/1919-6/17/1920
        159
  26 Correspondence: Austrian Relief, 9/1919-9/14/1919
        160
  27 Correspondence: Col. Patrick H. Callahan, 6/12/1918-4/11/1919
        161
  28 Correspondence: Diocesan War Effort in the South, 9/6/1917-6/13/1919
        162
  29 Correspondence: Vacation House, Ridge, Maryland, 7/31/1918
        165
  30 Correspondence: Visitor House, Beaufort, South Carolina, 9/5/1919-7/27/1927
        166
  31 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 3/28/1918-8/15/1918
        167
  32 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 8/16/1918-12/12/1918
        167
  33 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 2/8/1919-6/11/1920
        167
  34 Correspondence: Fatherless Children of France, 3/28/1918-6/11/1920
        167
  35 Correspondence: War Relief, France and Belgium, 3/3/1917-2/5/1920
        167A
  36 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, 2/27/1918-12/11/1918
        168
  37 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, 1/11/1919-7/16/1919
        168
  38 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, 7/17/1919-12/16/1919
        168
  39 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, 12/19/1919-8/12/1920
        168
  40 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, 10/6/1920-3/31/1921
        168
  41 Correspondence: Boy Scouts of America (BSA), 5/13/1919-9/17/1920
        168A
  42 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, 5/22/1917-12/27/1917
        169
  43 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, 1/3/1918-8/3/1919
        169
  44 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, 9/6/1919-8/16/1920
        169
  45 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, 8/19/1920-10/25/1921
        169
  46 Speech Notes: Rev. John J. Burke, Chairman, Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 1918
        170
  47 Correspondence: Protective Work For Girls, 3/28/1918-3/5/1920
        174
  48 Correspondence: Rev. Cyril G.W. Fay, 9/16/1918-9/11/1918
        176
  49 Correspondence: Bishop W.T. Russell, Administrative Committee, 2/25/1918-8/17/1919
        177
  50 Correspondence: Bishop W.T. Russell, Administrative Committee, 9/13/1919-3/17/1920
        177
  51 Correspondence: Rev. A.J. Luckey, Junction City, Kansas, 1/17/1919-2/2/1919
        178
  52 Correspondence: Bishop Thomas J. Shahan, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 10/28/1917-6/15/1919
        179
  53 Correspondence: Rev. James Barrett, 8/29/1919-9/30/1919
        180
  54 Correspondence: Rev. Thomas Dempsey, 9/1/1918-3/15/1919
        181
  55 Correspondence: Guild of Catholic Women, St. Paul, Minnesota, 9/17/1918-9/23/1918
        182
  56 Correspondence: Administrative Committee, National Catholic Welfare Council, 9/23/1918-10/26/1918
        183
  57 Reports: Council of National Defense, 1922
        184
  58 Correspondence: Bishop Joseph Schrembs, Administrative Committee, 10/23/1918-6/11/1921
        186
  59 Correspondence: William Cardinal O'Connell, 8/23/1917-8/30/1919
        187
  60 Correspondence: Rev. J. A. Pauze, 9/20/1918-9/21/1918
        188
  61 Correspondence: Ceremonial Invitations, 1919
        189
  62 Correspondence: Reconstruction Pamphlet Requests, 2/17/1919-6/13/1921
        190
  63 Correspondence: Rev. William J. Finn, 9/19/1918-11/5/1919
        191
  64 Correspondence: Rev. William Hughes, 9/20/1918-9/21/1918
        192
  65 Correspondence: Rev. William Knell, Draft Exemption, 9/19/1918-9/21/1918
        193
  66 Correspondence: Insignia of Chaplains, 9/26/1918
        194
  67 Correspondence: Archbishop D.J. Dougherty, Draft Exemption, 9/15/1918
        196
  68 Addresses: New York Catholic War Fund, 3/17/1918
        198
  69 Correspondence: Rev. A.H. Stein, Social Hygiene Lecturer, 9/15/1918
        199
  70 Correspondence: Rev. F.A. Seifert: Imprisoned German Priest, 10/17/1919-12/22/1919
        200
  71 Correspondence: Lt. John Buckley: Military Discharge, 7/1/1919-7/5/1919
        202
  72 Correspondence: Moral Condition of the Military, 10/14/1917-9/27/1918
        205
  73 Correspondence and Reports: Alphonso de Navarro Report on France; Paris Subcommittee, 7/10/1918-1/13/1920
        206
  74 Correspondence and Reports: Alphonso de Navarro Report on France; Paris Subcommittee, 1/3/1919
        206
  75 Correspondence and Reports: Alphonso de Navarro Report on France; Paris Subcommittee, 1/3/1919
        206
Box Folder
9 1 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 9/18/1918-7/9/1919
        207
  2 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 7/10/1919-11/10/1919
        207
  3 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 11/18/1919-6/8/1920
        207
  4 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 7/16/1920-4/8/1921
        207
  5 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 6/13/1921-12/29/1921
        207
  6 Correspondence: Michael J. Williams, American Catholics in the War, 1/3/1922-7/22/1922
        207
  7 Correspondence: J.C. Walsh, 11/9/1917-9/4/1918
        208
  8 Correspondence: Reconstruction-Employment, 2/22/1918-10/2/1920
        209
  9 Correspondence: F.P. Sloan, Social Hygiene, 9/22/1918-12/11/1918
        210
  10 Correspondence: T.F. Daly, Social Hygiene, 8/15/1918-9/9/1918
        211
  11 Correspondence: Catholic League, Cincinnati, Ohio, 10/28/1919-12/5/1919
        212
  12 Correspondence: Fordham University Lectures, 10/3/1918-10/21/1918
        213
  13 Correspondence: Committee of Three, Morale Posters, 1/21/1919-4/22/1920
        215
  14 Correspondence: Rev. F. Siedenburg, Reconstruction Committee Secretary, 9/21/1918-9/26/1918
        217
  15 Correspondence: Rev. Charles Gross: Czechs-Slovak Mission, 10/22/1919
        218
  16 Correspondence: E.J. Cooney: Home for Working Girls, Louisville, Kentucky, 9/24/1918-7/8/1920
        219
  17 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, Chicago Chapter, 9/17/1918-12/13/1919
        220
  18 Correspondence: Chaplains Aid Association, Chicago Chapter, 3/17/1920-6/29/1921
        220
  19 Correspondence: War Industries Board, 9/27/18-10/3/18
        221
  20 Correspondence: Robert Shriver, Baltimore Diocesan War Council, 9/21/1918-8/20/1919
        224
  21 Correspondence: Omission of Irish in "The Fundamentals of Citizenship", 11/3/1919-11/10/1919
        226
  22 Correspondence: Archbishop Henry Moeller, 10/1/1918-11/19/1918
        227
  23 Correspondence: Virginia Diocesan War Council, 10/3/1918
        228
  24 Correspondence: Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTSA), 2/4/1919-12/17/1919
        230
  25 Correspondence: Margaret Downey, Secretary, Commission on Training Camp Activities, (CTCA), 4/8/1919-9/14/1919
        230A
  26 Correspondence: War Camp Community Service, 10/19/1917-11/24/1919
        234
  27 Correspondence: Rev. J.P. Cribbins: Offer of Service, 10/4/1918-10/13/1918
        236
  28 Correspondence: F.J. McCormick, Jr.: Offer of Service, 9/18/1919-9/1/1920
        237
  29 Correspondence: Rev. Dr. Edward A. Pace, 10/13/1918-4/13/1920
        238
  30 Correspondence: American Bankers Association: United War Work Campaign, 10/5/1918-10/13/1918
        239
  31 Correspondence: Education and the Military; Pershing Service Club Dispute, 8/10/1918-12/22/1921
        240
  32 Correspondence: Education and the Military; Pershing Service Club Dispute, 3/4/1919-9/13/1919
        240
  33 Correspondence: Bishop J.J. Rice: Boy Scouts, 11/12/1919-11/24/1919
        241
  34 Correspondence: Margaret M. McCarthy, Adjutant National Field Director: Salary, 11/9/1919-11/15/1919
        244
  35 Correspondence: Christian Science Monitor, 8/8/1918-10/4/1918
        245
  36 Correspondence: Albany War Chest, Inc., 10/10/1918-10/26/1918
        246
  37 Correspondence: Jane M. Hoey: Women's Activities, 10/25/1918-10/3/1919
        247
  38 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 10/20/1917-5/7/1919
        248
  39 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 5/12/1919-6/24/1919
        248
  40 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 6/25/1919-7/19/1919
        248
  41 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 7/20/1919-8/16/1919
        248
  42 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 8/18/1919-9/18/1919
        248
  43 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 9/23/1919-11/17/1919
        248
  44 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 11/18/1919-12/29/1919
        248
  45 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 12/30/1919-1/18/1920
        248
  46 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 1/21/1920-3/19/1920
        248
  47 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 3/21/1920-5/17/1920
        248
  48 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 5/19/1920-1/2/1923
        248
  49 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 1919
        248
  50 Correspondence: Charles I. Denechaud, Overseas Commission, 1919
        248
  51 Reports: Overseas Activities, 1920
        248A
  52 Correspondence: F. Joseph Gormley, Overseas Auditor, 5/22/1918-11/17/1920
        248B
  53 Correspondence: Rev. John E. Mullett, Camp Literature, 10/9/1918-11/16/1918
        249
  54 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 11/5/1917-6/12/1918
        250
  55 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 10/14/1918-1/9/1919
        250
  56 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 1/10/1919-2/13/1919
        250
  57 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 2/15/1919-6/4/1919
        250
  58 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 6/17/1919-8/16/1919
        250
  59 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 8/17/1919-11/15/1919
        250
  60 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 11/25/1919-2/5/1920
        250
  61 Correspondence: Committee on Women's Activities, 2/28/1920-10/2/1920
        250
  62 Correspondence and Reports: Committee on Women's Activities - Present and Future Activities and Organization, 8/9/1919-5/29/1920
        250A
  63 Reports: Committee on Women's Activities, 1920
        250B
  64 Correspondence: Catholic Colored and the NCWC, 10/19/1918-5/26/1919
        251
  65 Correspondence: Virginia Diocesan War Council, 10/28/1918-5/14/1919
        252
  66 Correspondence: Rev. P.P. Crane, St. Louis, Missouri, 1/17/1918-11/13/1918
        253
  67 Correspondence: Rev. John P. Vogel: United War Work Campaign, 11/10/1918-11/12/1918
        254
  68 Correspondence: Theresa Forman: Secretaryship, 11/2/1918-11/12/1918
        255
  69 Constitution and Correspondence: Catholic Knights of America, 1907; 11/9/1918-11/30/1918
        256
  70 Correspondence: Student Army Training Corps (SATC) Social Hygiene Lecturer, 11/2/1918-11/19/1918
        257
  71 Correspondence: "Clifton" Property, 10/26/1918-10/22/1920
        258
  72 Correspondence: League of Catholic Women; Catholic Women's League, 7/20/1917-1/13/1920
        260
  73 Correspondence: NCWC Publicity - Larkin G. Meade, 12/17/1917-8/4/1920
        261
  74 Correspondence: NCWC Publicity - Larkin G. Meade, 6/26/1918-12/2/1918
        261
  75 Correspondence: NCWC Publicity - Larkin G. Meade, 12/6/1918-10/28/1919
        261
Box Folder
10 1 Correspondence: NCWC Publicity - Larkin G. Meade, 11/21/1919-8/4/1920
        261
  2 Correspondence: NCWC Publicity - Larkin G. Meade, 1919
        261
  3 Correspondence: Archbishop John J. Glennon, St. Louis, Missouri, 11/18/1918-8/4/1919
        263
  4 Correspondence: Archbishop John J. Cantwell, Los Angeles, California, 12/1/1918-9/13/1919
        264
  5 Correspondence: The Catholic Encyclopedia, 11/21/1918-3/8/1919
        268
  6 Handbook of the National Catholic War Council, 1918
        269
  7 Knights of Columbus Evening School Announcements January - 1920, ca. 1919
        270
  8 Correspondence: C. D. Vatar, Republique Francaise, 11/28/1918-7/17/1919
        272
  9 Correspondence: Rev. A. K. Gwynn, Greenville, South Carolina, 12/21/1918-12/29/1918
        278
  10 Correspondence: New York Archdiocesan Union of Sodalities: Lectures, 12/22/1918-1/3/1919
        279
  11 Correspondence: Marguerite Boylan, Overseas Department, 1/6/1919-12/22/1919
        280
  12 Correspondence: Marguerite Boylan, Overseas Department, 12/24/1919-2/3/1920
        280
  13 Correspondence: Marguerite Boylan, Overseas Department, 2/6/1920-4/6/1920
        280
  14 Correspondence: Marguerite Boylan, Overseas Department, 5/7/1920-5/21/1920
        280
  15 Correspondence: Msgr. Charles A. O'Hern: Col. Harry Cutler, 11/19/1919
        281
  16 Correspondence: Major W.C. Rose: Mrs. Stocks Millar, 10/25/1919
        283
  17 Correspondence: Frank L. Polk, State Department: Passports, 1/20/1919-3/28/1919
        284
  18 Correspondence: Czecho-Slovak Commissions, 1/30/1919-11/24/1919
        285
  19 Correspondence: Czecho-Slovak Commissions, 11/26/1919-5/25/1920
        285
  20 Correspondence: Czecho-Slovak Commissions, 5/28/1920-7/1/1921
        285
  21 Correspondence: Rev. John O'Grady, Committee on Reconstruction, 12/28/1918-8/4/1919
        286
  22 Correspondence: Rev. John O'Grady, Committee on Reconstruction, 8/9/1919-12/2/1919
        286
  23 Correspondence: Rev. John O'Grady, Committee on Reconstruction, 12/4/1919-8/25/1920
        286
  24 Correspondence: Rev. T.A. Metcalf: Chaplains, 1/21/1919-2/23/1919
        287
  25 Correspondence: Canisius College Alumni Association Resolution: Citizenship, 9/24/1919-11/16/1919
        288
  26 Correspondence: Treasury Department: War Savings and War Clearance, 1/24/1919-7/28/1919
        289
  27 Correspondence: Julia P. Kennedy, Director, Hospital Social Service, 7/10/1919-4/23/1920
        292
  28 Correspondence: Mary B. Finana, International Federation of Catholic Alumnae (IFCA) Bulletin, 7/16/1919-8/1/1919
        296
  29 Correspondence: Clara D. Sheeran, President, International Federation of Catholic Alumnae (IFCA), 7/19/1919-8/4/1919
        301
  30 Correspondence: Community House, Balboa, Panama, 12/6/1918-2/6/1920
        308
  31 Correspondence: Community House, Balboa, Panama, 2/23/1920-6/30/1921
        308
  32 Correspondence: Community House, Cristobal, Canal Zone, 12/2/1920-1/24/1921
        308A
  33 Press Release: National Catholic Welfare Council Administrative Committee, 12/11/1919-12/12/1919
        311
  34 Correspondence: Diocesan War Council, San Antonio, Texas, 11/29/1919-4/15/1920
        315
  35 Correspondence: Admiral Benson Service Club, 12/17/1919-9/8/1920
        319
  36 Correspondence: Bishop of Buffalo, William Turner: NCWC Film, 12/16/1919-12/19/1919
        321
  37 Correspondence: Margaret Talty, Community House, Washington, D.C., 9/13/1919-5/27/1920
        323
  38 Correspondence: Rev. F.A. Gressle, Smith-Towner Legislation, 12/27/1919-10/2/1920
        324
  39 Correspondence: Diocesan War Council, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 12/19/1919-1/17/1920
        326
  40 Pamphlet: The Presbyterian Church and the War, 11/20/1917
        327
  41 Correspondence: American Free Milk and Relief for Italy Inc., 9/4/1919
        328
  42 Correspondence: M.K. Robbie, Diocesan War Council, San Antonio, 12/29/1919-12/30/1919
        329
  43 Article: Evil of Extra-Parochial Organization, 1919?
        332
  44 Newspaper Article: The Vatican and the Allies, 8/19/1918
        336
  45 Correspondence: Apostolic Mission House and Rehabilitation School Deficit, 12/16/1919-12/21/1919
        341
  46 Correspondence: Joseph C. Menendez, The Paulist Press, 1/7/1920-1/22/1920
        344
  47 Correspondence: Medals, Awards and Contests, 2/9/1920-8/4/1920
        345
  48 Correspondence: Community House, Utica, New York, 12/19/1919-6/5/1920
        348
  49 Correspondence: Metropolitan Article by William Hand, 1/10/1920-1/17/1920
        351
  50 Correspondence: Rev. M.H. Abraham: Translating Fundamentals of Citizenship, 10/16/1919-11/5/1919
        352
  51 Pamphlet: Initiative Measure on Compulsory Public Schooling in Washington State, 1924
        354
  52 Article: Vocational Guidance, 1919?
        355
  53 Correspondence: G.R. Garrigan, Overseas Worker, 1/8/1920-1/17/1920
        357
  54 Circular: Reorganization Army of Mexico, 2/5/1919
        359
  55 Correspondence: Rev. P. Kazimir, Slovenian Catholic League of America, 1/7/1920-6/6/1920
        360
  56 Correspondence: A.W. Daniels: Recommendation for L. d'Aspe, 3/13/1919
        366
  57 Poem: Ballade of Sinn Feiners, n.d.
        368
  58 Correspondence: Papal Award to Admiral William Shepherd Benson, 2/9/1920-2/12/1920
        369
  59 Correspondence: Margery L. Brown, Overseas Worker, 1/18/1920-2/22/1920
        372
  60 News Article: Rev. F.H. Richey: Women in Church Government, 4/10/1919
        373
  61 Correspondence: Mazie Clemens, NCWC Overseas Press Representative, 7/30/1919-3/1/1920
        375
  62 Correspondence: Bishop Roland Gosselin, Auxiliary of Paris, 2/1/1920
        378
  63 Correspondence: Sodality Union of Archdiocese of Baltimore, 11/28/1919-7/2/1920
        379
  64 Address: Rev. John J. Burke, Creation of National Catholic War Council, 1917,1918
        381
  65 Correspondence: Article: A Beautiful American Work in Belgium, 1/29/1920-7/19/1923
        385
  66 Correspondence: Siberian War Prisoners Repatriation Fund, 1/20/1920-7/19/1923
        386
  67 Circular: The Catholic Information League of Philadelphia, n.d.
        390
  68 Correspondence: Rev. L. Regent; Lille, Belgium: Appeal for Funds, 1/27/1920-2/24/1920
        392
  69 Correspondence: Board of Personal Tax Appraisers, Washington, D.C., 2/6/1920
        393
  70 Correspondence: Rev. Leo F. Stefl, New Bohemia, Virginia: Gift of Building, 2/11/1920
        396
  71 Correspondence: New Testament Printing; Army Navy Edition, 2/8/1918-6/1/1918
        397
  72 Correspondence: New Testament Printing; Army Navy edition, 7/2/1918-4/4/1919
        397
  73 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: United War Work, 2/17
        398
  74 Correspondence: Rev. H. Blundell: Belgian refugees, 12/30/1919-2/25/1920
        400
  75 Correspondence: Lucille Stoneroad: Resignation, 4/16/1920-4/24/1920
        401
  76 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: Military Training and Civilian Life, 11/18/1918
        402
  77 Correspondence: Thomas E. Sherman: Settlement Agents Position for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, 8/16/1919
        403
  78 Correspondence: Sister Voillot: St. Quentin's orphanage, 3/29/1920-4/13/1920
        404
  79 Correspondence: Re: Chaplains' Medal, 9/29/1919-9/11/1920
        405
  80 Correspondence: Grace Ground: Gary Affairs, 4/6/1920-7/31/1920
        406
  81 Correspondence: Americanization School, Meaderville, Montana, 8/9/1920-3/18/1921
        407
  82 Correspondence: John M. Cooper: Schools, Ridge, Maryland, 3/11/1920
        408
  83 Correspondence: Johnette Pierik, Milwaukee: Resignation, 4/4/1920-4/12/1920
        410
  84 Correspondence: Sarah M. Everett: NCWC Paris Hotels, 4/11/1920-4/20/1920
        411
  85 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: Return of Military to Civilian Life, n.d.
        412
  86 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: Nature of the American Constitution, n.d.
        413
  87 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: Dedication of Visitors Home, n.d.
        414
  88 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: Need for NCWC Lobbying Committee in Washington, n.d.
        NO NUMBER
  89 Address: Rev. John J. Burke: U.S. Entry into the War, 1917?
        NO NUMBER
  90 Correspondence: War Memorials Council, 5/24/1920-11/10/1920
        415
  91 Correspondence: Nurses for Starkville, Mississippi and Auburn, Alabama, 5/29/1920-6/18/1920
        417
  92 Correspondence: Appeals from Innsbruck and St. Martin L'Heureux, 12/28/1919-2/19/1920
        418
  93 Minutes: General Committee on Catholic Affairs and Interests, 5/9/1919-8/30/1919
        419
  94 Correspondence: NCWC Bulletin, 12/30/1918-12/10/1920
        420
  95 Correspondence: Community House, St. Mary's Church, Little Falls, New York, 5/3/1920-7/14/1921
        421
  96 Correspondence: French Appeals for Aid, 12/21/1918-12/1/1919
        422
  97 Correspondence: National Catholic Women's Council and Women's Boarding Houses, 4/25/1919-4/18/1921
        423
  98 Correspondence: National Catholic Women's Council and Women's Boarding Houses, 4/25/1919-4/18/1921
        423
  99 Correspondence: Rev. T.F. Morrissey, School, Camp Merritt, New Jersey, 5/27/1920-9/16/1920
        424
  100 Correspondence: Rev. T.F. Morrissey, School, Camp Merritt, New Jersey, 5/26/1921-6/11/1921
        424
  101 Correspondence: Rev. J.B. de Ville, Labour Politics and the Gary Americanization and Social Settlement Endeavors (sic.), 10/7/1919-5/26/1920
        425
  101 Correspondence: Rev. J.B. de Ville, Labour Politics and the Gary Americanization and Social Settlement Endeavors (sic.), 6/4/1920-5/31/1921
        425
  102 Address; Correspondence; Pamphlets: F. Regis Noel "The neglected Classics of post-war education": Various Publications and Americanization Bill: News clippings, 12/19/1918-5/25/1920
        427
  103 Address; Correspondence; Pamphlets: F. Regis Noel "The neglected Classics of post-war education": Various Publications and Americanization Bill: News clippings, 12/19/1918-5/25/1920
        427
  104 Correspondence: Chaplaincy Rules: Paper: Military Service for Religious and Chaplaincies: Statistics: Dr. Walter Laidlaw "Computation of the religious composition of the U.S.A. as of 12/31/1916", 3/2/1917-12/8/1919
        429
  105 Correspondence: Chaplaincy Rules: Paper: Military Service for Religious and Chaplaincies: Statistics: Dr. Walter Laidlaw "Computation of the religious composition of the U.S.A. as of 12/31/1916", 6/13/1920-8/12/1920
        429
  106 Correspondence: Chaplaincy Rules: Paper: Military Service for Religious and Chaplaincies: Statistics: Dr. Walter Laidlaw "Computation of the religious composition of the U.S.A. as of 12/31/1916", n.d.; [12/31/1916]
        429
  107 Report: General Secretary, National Catholic Welfare Conference Administrative Committee, 9/1925
        430
  108 Correspondence: Repairs to Christ Child Society House, Indiana Ave., 9/6/1920-12/18/1920
        431
  109 Correspondence: Gen. Adelbert Cronkite: Fort Meade Service Club, 10/30/1920-4/29/1921
        434
  110 Constitution and By-laws: NCWC copies, 11/1918
        435
  111 Correspondence: Kathleen McDonough, Personnel Director, Committee on Women's Activities, 9/29/1919-2/25/1921
        436
  112 Correspondence: A. Regina Garrett: Social Service Department, Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, 11/18/1920-12/3/1920
        437
Box Folder
11 1 Correspondence: Rev. John F. Fenlon, Executive Secretary, Administrative Committee, 4/13/1925-10/18/1928
        001
  2 Correspondence: Rev. John F. Fenlon, Executive Secretary, Administrative Committee, 8/20/1927-1/25/1929
        002
  3 Accounts, 10/1/1922-12/31/1928
        003
  4 Minutes: NCWC Board of Trustees: Sale of Property 1312 Massachusetts Ave., 11/15/1928
        004
  5 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 1/16/1919-10/27/1921
        005
  6 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 9/11/1921-11/11/1922
        005
  7 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 1/23-2/23/1924
        005
  8 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 7/8/1924-12/30/1926
        005
  9 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 1/25/1927-7/24/1927
        005
  10 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 8/5/1927-11/26/1927
        005
  11 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 12/1/1927-2/7/1928
        005
  12 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 3/1/1928-6/22/1928
        005
  13 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 3/2/1928-9/25/1928
        005
  14 Correspondence: NCCW activities, clubs, visitors' and community houses, 10/13/1928-3/7/1930
        005
  15 Correspondence: H.F. Ellard, 7/29/1921-1/8/1922
        005A
  16 Correspondence: H.F. Ellard, 1/20/1922-2/26/1923
        005A
  17 Correspondence: H.F. Ellard, 3/2/1923-8/13/1923
        005A
  18 Correspondence: Women's Overseas Service League: Disabled Workers, 2/15/1924-6/8/1928
        006
  19 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 4/5/1921-9/30/1921
        007
  20 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 10/7/1921-12/30/1921
        007
  21 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/16/1922-2/24/1922
        007
  22 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 3/3/1922-7/27/1922
        007
  23 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 8/11/1922-12/29/1922
        007
  24 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/4/1923-12/31/1923
        007
  25 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/2/1924-6/12/1924
        007
  26 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 2/18/1925-12/23/1925
        007
  27 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/5/1926-4/27/1926
        007
  28 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 5/26/1926-12/31/1927
        007
  29 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/30/1928-2/15/1929
        007
  30 Correspondence: Edward Arnold, Treasurer, Special Committee, 1/16/1922-3/5/1930
        007
  31 Correspondence: John G. Agar, United War Work Campaign, Inc., 4/9/1928-7/18/1929
        008
  32 Correspondence: Memorial Resolution, Bishop Muldoon, 12/17/1928-1/3/1929
        009
  33 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 11/29/1921-11/26/1929
        010
  34 Correspondence: Disposition of Bishop Muldoon's Records, 3/27/1928-9/17/1928
        011
  35 Correspondence: Daniel J. Ryan, Director, Historical Records Bureau, 5/12/1921-5/18/1923
        014
  36 Correspondence: Daniel J. Ryan, Director, Historical Records Bureau, 7/5/1923-7/6/1928
        014
  37 Correspondence: Personnel, Historical Records Bureau, 2/8/1922-7/1/1928
        015
  38 Correspondence: Bishop Lillis: Muldoon Memorial, 12/17/1928-1/3/1929
        016
  39 Correspondence: Eleanor Colleton to Attend Stone laying, Red Cross Memorial Building, 5/17/1928-6/13/1928
        017
  40 Correspondence: Bishop Muldoon: Administrative Committee and Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 5/2/1919-12/4/1920
        018
  41 Correspondence: Bishop Muldoon: Administrative Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA), 1/31/1921-1/4/1929
        018
  42 Correspondence: Memorial to Bishop Muldoon, 1/30/1929-3/20/1929
        019
  43 Correspondence: Bishop McDevitt, Muldoon Memorial, 12/17/1928-1/3/1929
        020
  44 Accounts, 9/30/1922-9/23
        021
  45 Correspondence: NCWC Termination (of) Muldoon Memorial, 8/5/1927-11/19/1929
        022
  46 Correspondence: Margaret E. Sherman, 4/25/1924-5/12/1924
        023
  47 Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), Student Affairs, 5/21-3/4/1927
        024
  48 Correspondence: Rev. Franz J. Feinler, 3/5/1924-3/18/1927
        026
  49 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, Committee on Men's Activities, 4/22/1921-12/20/1921
        027
  50 Correspondence: Michael J. Slattery, Executive Secretary, Committee on Men's Activities, 1/2/1922-10/4/1924
        027
  51 Accounts: Payrolls, 3/31/1921-11/21/1928
        028
  52 Correspondence: Finances, Especially Appropriations, Special Committee and Sub-committees, 6/13/1919-6/30/1922
        029
  53 Correspondence: Finances, Especially Appropriations, Special Committee and Sub-committees, 6/13/1919-12/13/1927
        029
  54 Correspondence: Dr. John Lapp, Department of Social Action, 3/18/1921-6/9/1923
        030
  55 Correspondence: Bishop Muldoon: Appropriations, 4/26/1921-6/10/1922
        031
  56 Correspondence: William Kerby and Rev. James Ryan, 11/4/1921-11/14/1921
        032
  57 Correspondence: Bruce M. Mohler: Immigration, 1/31/1922-2/23/1923
        033
  58 Correspondence: National Non-Theatrical Motion Pictures, Inc., 1/23/1922-2/3/1922
        035
  59 Correspondence: Transfer NCWC Funds, 5/10/1928-2/28/1933
        036
  60 Correspondence: D.J. Callahan, General Treasurer, NCWC, 8/30/1932-12/4/1933
        037
  61 Special Committee: Appropriations, Special Letters, Salary Authorization, 1 vol., 4/5/1921-12/13/1923
        000
  62 Special Committee: Appropriations, Special Letters, Salary Authorization, 1 vol., 1/2/1924-2/19/1929
        000
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12 1 Binder: Minutes 1918, 4/1918-12/1918
  2 Binder: Minutes 1919, 1/1919-12/1919
  3 Binder: Minutes 1919 - 1921, 11/1919-3/1921
  4 Binder: Minute Book 1920 - 1921, 1/1920-3/1921
                       
Series 2: Records of the Executive Secretary of CSWA, 1909(1917-1919)1929 (6 boxes)
This series includes correspondence, reports, and related material regarding the daily operations of the Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA) and the coordination of the work of its seven subcommittees of Finance, Chaplains' Aid, Catholic Interests, Men's Activities, Women's Activities, Reconstruction and After-War Activities, and Historical Records. Walter G. Hooke served as the first Executive Secretary, succeeded by Michael J. Slattery in July of 1919.
Box Folder
12 5 J.J. Burke's Address; Handbook of Original NCWC: Handbook of Reorganized NCWC, 8/11-12/1917; 1917; 1918
        A
  6 Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA) Constitution; NCWC Incorporation, 5/15/1918; 10/18/1918-12/16/1918
        B
  7 Committee on Special War Activities (CSWA) Committee and Subcommittee Minutes, 4/25/1918-2/1/1919
        C
  8 Summary Reports and Articles, 1/1918-2/1919
        D
  9 Summary Reports and Articles, 4/1919-1/1920
        D
  10 General Correspondence, 10/29/1917-12/17/1917
        E
  11 General Correspondence, 1/3/1918-4/29/1918
        E
  12 General Correspondence, 5/1/1918-5/31/1918
        E
  13 General Correspondence, 6/1/1918-6/12/1918
        E
  14 General Correspondence, 6/13/1918-7/13/1918
        E
  15 General Correspondence, 7/15/1918-8/3/1918
        E
  16 General Correspondence, 8/6/1918-8/25/1918
        E
  17 General Correspondence, 8/26/1918-9/7/1918
        E
  18 General Correspondence, 9/8/1918-10/3/1918
        E
  19 General Correspondence, 10/4/1918-10/9/1918
        E
  20 General Correspondence, 10/10/1918-11/5/1918
        E
  21 General Correspondence, 11/5/1918-11/20/1918
        E
  22 General Correspondence, 11/21/1918-12/6/1918
        E
  23 General Correspondence, 12/7/1918-12/16/1918
        E
  24 General Correspondence, 12/17/1918-12/30/1918
        E
  25 General Correspondence, 1/1/1919-1/15/1919
        E
  26 General Correspondence, 1/16/1919-1/27/1919
        E
  27 General Correspondence, 1/28/1919-2/1/1919
        E
  28 General Correspondence, 2/2/1919-2/26/1919
        E
  29 General Correspondence, 2/27/1919-3/12/1919
        E
  30 General Correspondence, 3/13/1919-4/1/1919
        E
  31 General Correspondence, 4/2/1919-4/10/1919
        E
  32 General Correspondence, 4/11/1919-4/16/1919
        E
  33 General Correspondence, 4/19/1919-4/25/1919
        E
  34 General Correspondence, 4/26/1919-5/5/1919
        E
  35 General Correspondence, 5/6/1919-5/22/1919
        E
  36 General Correspondence, 5/23/1919-6/14/1919
        E
  37 General Correspondence, 6/15/1919-7/15/1919
        E
  38 General Correspondence, n.d.
        E
  39 National Catholic War Council of Archbishops: Correspondence - Cardinal Gibbons, 10/29/1917-7/15/1919
        F.1.a.
  40 National Catholic War Council of Archbishops: Correspondence, 3/19/1918-7/12/1919
        F.1.b.
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13 1 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Muldoon, 1/31/1918-9/7/1917
        F.2.a.
  2 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Muldoon, 9/12/1918-1/30/1919
        F.2.a.
  2 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - To the Hierarchy, 7/11/1918-6/6/1919
        F.2.g.
  3 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Muldoon, 2/3/1919-7/15/1919
        F.2.a.
  4 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Hayes, 12/31/1916-7/15/1919
        F.2.b.
  5 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Russell, 3/11/1918-7/15/1919
        F.2.c.
  6 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Schrembs, 2/15/1918-7/15/1919
        F.2.d.
  7 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Bishop Glass, 1/24/1919-7/15/1919
        F.2.e.
  8 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - Father Fenlon, 6/10/1918-7/11/1919
        F.2.f.
  9 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - To the Hierarchy, 11/21/1917-7/8/1918
        F.2.g.
  10 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence - To the Hierarchy, 11/21/1917-7/8/1918
        F.2.g.
  11 Administrative Committee of Bishops: Correspondence and Minutes - Committee on National Catholic Interest and Affairs, 5/5/1919-5/9/1919
        F.2.h.
  12 Executive Committee Minutes, 11/26/1918 and 5/9/1919
        F.3.
  13 General Committee: Correspondence, 1/1918-4/7/1918
        F.4.
  14 General Treasurer - D.J. Callahan: Correspondence, 12/3/1918-6/5/1919
        F.5.a.
  15 General Treasurer - D.J. Callahan: Quarterly Audit, 7/18/1919
        F.5.b.
  16 New York Catholic War Fund: Minutes, Reports and Statements, 2/11/1918-4/18/1918
        F.6.a.
  17 New York Catholic War Fund: Minutes, Reports and Statements, 5/1918-5/4/1918
        F.6.a.
  18 New York Catholic War Fund: Correspondence, 1/7/1918-4/21/1918
        F.6.b.
  19 New York Catholic War Fund: Campaign Literature, 2/25/1918-3/17/1918
        F.6.c.
  20 Knights of Columbus: Minutes and Reports - United States, 4/12/1918-2/2/1919
        F.7.a.1.
  21 Knights of Columbus: Minutes and Reports - Overseas, 6/6/1918-8/26/1918
        F.7.a.2.
  22 Knights of Columbus: Correspondence, 12/20/1917-6/29/1918
        F.7.b.
  23 Knights of Columbus: Correspondence, 7/12/1918-12/20/1919
        F.7.b.
  24 Knights of Columbus: Correspondence, 1/5/1919-7/17/1919
        F.7.b.
  25 Knights of Columbus: Articles, Pamphlets, Newspaper Clippings, 9/1909-5/17/1919
        F.7.c.
  26 Father John J. Burke: Correspondence, 11/10/1917-6/25/1918
        F.8.a.
  27 Father John J. Burke: Correspondence, 7/1/1918-8/28/1918
        F.8.a.
  28 Father John J. Burke: Correspondence, 11/10/1917-7/9/1919
        F.8.a.
  29 Father John J. Burke: Expense Accounts, 12/3/1918-1/9/1920
        F.8.b.
  30 Washington Office: Correspondence - General, 3/12/1918-7/31/1918
        F.9.a.1.
  31 Washington Office: Correspondence - General, 8/2/1918-1/6/1919
        F.9.a.1.
  32 Washington Office: Correspondence - General, 1/7/1919-3/29 /1919
        F.9.a.1.
  33 Washington Office: Correspondence - General, 4/1/1919-5/15 /1919
        F.9.a.1.
  34 Washington Office: Correspondence - General, 5/16/1919-11/4 /1920
        F.9.a.1.
  35 Washington Office: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke - Personal, 3/31/1913-6/24/1918
        F.9.a.2.
  36 Washington Office: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke - Personal, 7/1/1918-11/6/1918
        F.9.a.2.
  37 Washington Office: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke - Personal, 11/13/1918-7/11/1919
        F.9.a.2.
  38 Washington Office: Correspondence - Applications for Employment, 2/2/1918-6/29/1918
        F.9.a.3.
  39 Washington Office: Correspondence - Applications for Employment, 7/5/1918-8/31/1918
        F.9.a.3.
  40 Washington Office: Correspondence - Applications for Employment, 9/1/1918-1/31/1919
        F.9.a.3.
  41 Washington Office: Correspondence - Applications for Employment, 2/1/1919-6/23/1919
        F.9.a.3.
  42 Washington Office: Correspondence - F.B. Ware, 4/29/1918-8/28/1918
        F.9.a.4.
  43 Washington Office: Correspondence - F.B. Ware, 9/20/1918-2/26/1919
        F.9.a.4.
  44 Washington Office: Correspondence - F.B. Ware, 3/6/1919-7/16/1919
        F.9.a.4.
  45 Washington Office: Correspondence - Cornelius Callaghan, 8/28/1919-11/11/1919
        F.9.a.5.
  46 Washington Office: Correspondence - Cornelius Callaghan, 11/12/1919-12/31/1919
        F.9.a.5.
  47 Washington Office: Correspondence - Cornelius Callaghan, 1/2/1920-5/28/1920
        F.9.a.5.
  48 Washington Office: Budget, 7/16/1918-2/9/1919
        F.9.b.
  49 Washington Office: Financial Statements, 3/18/1918-5/1/1919
        F.9.c.
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14 1 Washington Office: Lists, 1918-1919
        F.9.d.
  2 Washington Office: Forms, 1918-1919
        F.9.e.
  3 Washington Office: Miscellaneous Non Correspondence, 1917-1919
        F.9.f.
  4 Washington Office: Pamphlets and Clippings, 1918-1919
        F.9.g.
  5 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - John C. Agar, 1/21/1918-3/31/1919
        F.10.a.
  6 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - John C. Agar, 8/6/1918-9/30/1918
        F.10.a.
  7 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - John C. Agar, 10/4/1918-1/31/1919
        F.10.a.
  8 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - John C. Agar, 2/3/1919-3/31/1919
        F.10.a.
  9 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Treasurer's Reports, 12/31/1918-3/31/1919
        F.10.b.
  10 Committee on Finance and New York Office: CSWA Report Upon Audit, 10/9/1920
        F.10.c.
  11 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 4/10/1918-10/22/1918
        F.10.d.
  12 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 4/10/1918-7/24/1919
        F.10.d.
  13 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 1/2/1919-1/31/1919
        F.10.d.
  14 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 2/1/1919-2/25/1919
        F.10.d.
  15 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 2/26/1919-3/13/1919
        F.10.d.
  16 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 3/14/1919-3/31/1919
        F.10.d.
  17 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 4/1/1919-4/15/1919
        F.10.d.
  18 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 4/19/1919-5/24/1919
        F.10.d.
  19 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Comptroller and New York Office, 5/26/1919-7/24/1919
        F.10.d.
  20 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Appropriations and Expenditures, 2/5/1919-5/5/1919
        F.10.e.
  21 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Appropriations and Expenditures, 5/6/1919-6/4/1919
        F.10.e.
  22 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Appropriations and Expenditures, 6/5/1919-6/27/1919
        F.10.e.
  23 Committee on Finance and New York Office: Correspondence - Appropriations and Expenditures, 7/1/1919-7/25/1919
        F.10.e.
  24 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - William J. Kerby, 3/2/1918-7/15/1919
        F.11.a.
  25 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - John C. Smyth and John M. Cooper, 2/14/1918-12/30/1918
        F.11.b.
  26 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - John M. Cooper, 1/2/1919-3/25/1919
        F.11.b.
  27 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - John M. Cooper, 3/27/1919-5/20/1919
        F.11.b.
  28 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - John M. Cooper, 5/21/1919-2/24/1920
        F.11.b.
  29 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Ida M. Bringardner, 5/5/1919-5/17/1919
        F.11.c.1.
  30 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Mary Cashell, 3/20/1919-6/21/1919
        F.11.c.2.
  31 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Gertrude Connors, 1/9/1919
        F.11.c.3.
  32 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Mrs. J.S. (Naomi) Danese, 4/21/1919-5/17/1919
        F.11.c.4.
  33 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Anita Dapolonia, 1/10/1919-4/20/1919
        F.11.c.5.
  34 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Camille Detert, 4/10/1919-6/1/1919
        F.11.c.6.
  35 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Julia Doyle, 12/7/1918-1/7/1919
        F.11.c.7.
  36 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Mary L. Dury, 4/6/1919-6/5/1919
        F.11.c.8.
  37 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Grace M. Ground, 12/6/1918-6/29/1919
        F.11.c.9.
  38 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Patricia M. Hunt, 3/30/1919-4/27/1919
        F.11.c.10.
  39 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Elizabeth F. Kelly, 12/10/1918-5/17/1919
        F.11.c.11.
  40 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Monica M. Keough, 2/22/1919-3/22/1919
        F.11.c.12.
  41 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Margaret Long, 10/26/1918-5/26/1919
        F.11.c.13.
  42 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Margaret M. McCarthy, 2/28/1919-5/24/1919
        F.11.c.14.
  43 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Sara M. McCormack, 4/30/1919-6/25/1919
        F.11.c.15.
  44 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Grace McGowan, 3/22/1919-4/4/1919
        F.11.c.16.
  45 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Nora C. Moroney, 5/10/1919-6/8/1919
        F.11.c.17.
  46 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Catharine P. Morss, 3/8/1919-5/25/1919
        F.11.c.18.
  47 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Frances A. Napieralski, 2/9/1919-4/7/1919
        F.11.c.19.
  48 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Mary O'Brien, 5/10/1919-5/24/1919
        F.11.c.20.
  49 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Margaret O'Dare, 3/22/1919-3/29/1919
        F.11.c.21.
  50 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Mary E. Doherty-Hohnette Pierik, 3/3/1919-5/3/1919
        F.11.c.22.
  51 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - George J. Reynolds, 4/4/1919
        F.11.c.23.
  52 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Charlotte Ring, 2/24/1919-4/19/1919
        F.11.c.24.
  53 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Anna Sepple, 11/30/1918-6/1919
        F.11.c.25.
  54 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Edna C. Smith (Messer Schmitt), 3/17/1919-6/28/1919
        F.11.c.26.
  55 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Lucille Stoneroad, 5/18/1919-5/31/1919
        F.11.c.27.
  56 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Elizabeth B. Sweeney, 11/23/1918-3/8/1919
        F.11.c.28.
  57 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Helen F. Tully, 3/1919-5/26/1919
        F.11.c.29.
  58 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Aberdeen Proving Grounds, 1/15/1919
        F.11.d.1. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  59 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Dix, 9/1918-3/26/1919
        F.11.d.2. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  60 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Johnston, 7/3/1918-5/5/1919
        F.11.d.3. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  61 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Knox, 1/13/1919-7/15/1919
        F.11.d.4. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  62 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Meade, 9/24/1918-7/17/1919
        F.11.d.5. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  63 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Merritt, 3/13/1918-7/25/1919
        F.11.d.6. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
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15 1 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Mills, 5/7/1918-7/25/1919
        F.11.d.7. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  2 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Stuart, 6/24/1918-7/17/1919
        F.11.d.8. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  3 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Camp Upton, 4/18/1918-7/25/1919
        F.11.d.9. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  4 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Lakehurst, New Jersey, 10/7/1918-4/15/1919
        F.11.d.10. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities) One photo of house pulled for photo series, 8/2006
  5 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Naval Rifle Range, Caldwell, New Jersey, 10/29/1918-8/8/1919
        F.11.d.11. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  6 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Visitor Houses - Walter Reed Hospital, 4/9/1919-7/11/1919
        F.11.d.12. Alphabetically Arranged (Cross ref. to Diocesan War Council and War Dept. Fosdick Commission on Training Camp Activities
  7 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports - Washington, D.C. Community Houses - Calvert Club, 12/19/1918-4/25/1919
        F.11.e.1.
  8 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports - Washington, D.C. Community Houses - Catholic Women's Service Club 2408 K St., NW, 11/13/1918-6/5/1919
        F.11.e.2.
  9 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence and Reports - Washington, D.C. Community Houses - Catholic Women's Service Club 1110 P St., NW, 12/10/1918-4/30/1919
        F.11.e.3.
  10 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - "Clifton" National Catholic Service School, 10/26/1918-7/14/1919
        F.11.f.
  11 Committee on Women's Activities: Correspondence - Children of the Frontier, 6/22/1918-12/12/1918
        F.11.g. Several photos of children pulled for photo series, 8/2006.
  12 Committee on Women's Activities: Miscellaneous Non Correspondence, 1918-1919
        F.11.h.
  13 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Charles I. Denechaud, 3/9/1918-8/10/1918
        F.12.a.
  14 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Charles I. Denechaud, 8/12/1918-4/12/1919
        F.12.a.
  15 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Slattery, 3/5/1918-8/10/1918
        F.12.b.
  16 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Slattery, 8/19/1918-12/2/1918
        F.12.b.
  17 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Slattery, 12/5/1918-3/29/1919
        F.12.b.
  18 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Slattery, 4/1/1919-7/15/1919
        F.12.b.
  19 Committee on Men's Activities: Reports - Michael J. Slattery, 5/19/1918-8/1/1918
        F.12.c.
  20 Committee on Men's Activities: Reports - Michael J. Slattery, 9/13/1918-2/10/1919
        F.12.c.
  21 Committee on Men's Activities: Reports - Michael J. Slattery, 3/20/1919-7/2/1919
        F.12.c.
  22 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - A.J. Barrett, 7/31/1918-5/23/1919
        F.12.d.1.
  23 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Joseph T. Brennan, 12/1918-7/10/1919
        F.12.d.2.
  24 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Joseph T. Brennan, 12/1918-7/10/1919
        F.12.d.2.
  25 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - John J. Greer, 7/22/1918-8/15/1918
        F.12.d.3.
  26 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - John J. Greer, 8/16/1918-9/27/1918
        F.12.d.3.
  27 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - John J. Greer, 10/1/1918-12/30/1918
        F.12.d.3.
  28 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - John J. Greer, 1/4/1919-3/17/1919
        F.12.d.3.
  29 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - John J. Greer, 3/18/1918-7/8/1919
        F.12.d.3.
  30 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - James F. Herron, 12/2/1918-3/26/1919
        F.12.d.4.
  31 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports of Field Secretaries - Richard McElvoy, 4/14/1919-5/16/1919
        F.12.d.5.
  32 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence and Reports - Service Clubs, 1/9/1919-7/16/1919
        F.12.e.
  33 Committee on Men's Activities: Correspondence -Czecho-Slovak Commissions, 10/29/1918-7/21/1919
        F.12.f.
  34 Committee on Men's Activities: Miscellaneous, 1918-1919
        F.12.g.
  35 Committee on Chaplain's Aid and Literature: Correspondence, 1/10/1918-11/25/1918
        F.13.
  36 Committee on Chaplain's Aid and Literature: Correspondence, 12/3/1918-6/16/1919
        F.13.
  37 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Edward A. Kelly, 4/6/1918-8/6/1918
        F.14.a.
  38 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Edward A. Kelly, 8/9/1918-10/4/1918
        F.14.a.
  39 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Edward A. Kelly, 11/5/1918-7/16/1919
        F.14.a.
  40 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 9/27/1917-12/20/1917
        F.14.b.
  41 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 1/7/1918-4/8/1918
        F.14.b.
  42 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 4/9/1918-5/21/1918
        F.14.b.
  43 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 6/10/1918-8/15/1918
        F.14.b.
  44 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 8/15/1918-2/5/1919
        F.14.b.
  45 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Correspondence - Walter G. Hooke, 2/6/1919-7/23/1919
        F.14.b.
  46 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Legislative Bills, Acts, Resolutions and Reports - Chaplains' Bill, 1917-1918
        F.14.c.1.
  47 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Legislative Bills, Acts, Resolutions and Reports - Draft Exemption For Theological Students, 1917-1918
        F.14.c.2.
  48 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Legislative Bills, Acts, Resolutions and Reports - Sacramental Wine and Prohibition, 1917-1919
        F.14.c.3.
  49 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Legislative Bills, Acts, Resolutions and Reports - Education, 1918-1919
        F.14.c.4.
  50 Committee on National Catholic Interests: Legislative Bills, Acts, Resolutions and Reports - Miscellaneous Congressional Publications, 1917-1919
        F.14.c.5.
Box Folder
16 1 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Splaine, 4/7/1918-7/16/1918
        F.15.a.
  2 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Splaine, 7/17/1918-10/9/1918
        F.15.a.
  3 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Correspondence - Michael J. Splaine, 10/14/1918-7/15/1919
        F.15.a.
  4 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Reports - Michael J. Splaine, 1918-1919
        F.15.b.
  5 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Correspondence - John O'Grady, 9/23/1918-12/30/1919
        F.15.c.
  6 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Employment Service, 12/5/1918-7/9/1919
        F.15.d.1.
  7 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Hospital Social Service, 11/9/1918-1/30/1919
        F.15.d.2.
  8 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Hospital Social Service, 2/5/1918-6/20/1919
        F.15.d.2.
  9 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Hospital Social Service, 6/23/1918-7/9/1919
        F.15.d.2.
  10 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Vocational Rehabilitation, 4/15/1919-7/7/1919
        F.15.d.3.
  11 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Educational Research on Reconstruction Problems - Division on Civic Education, 12/23/1918-5/27/1919
        F.15.d.4.a.
  12 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Educational Research on Reconstruction Problems - Division on Special Studies, 12/16/1918-6/23/1919
        F.15.d.4.b.
  13 Committee on Reconstruction and After War Activities: Departmental Correspondence and Reports - Land Colonization, 11/13/1918-4/28/1919
        F.15.d.5.
  14 Committee on Historical Records: Correspondence - Henry T. Drumgoole, 11/12/1917-2/7/1919
        F.16.a.
  15 Committee on Historical Records: Correspondence - Expense Accounts Peter Guilday, 4/26/1918-12/13/1918
        F.16.b.
  16 Overseas: Correspondence and Reports - Alfonso De Navarro, 7/10/1918-11/29/1918
        F.17.a.
  17 Overseas: Correspondence and Reports - Alfonso De Navarro, 11/30/1918-12/22/1918
        F.17.a.
  18 Overseas: Overseas Commission - Correspondence - Charles I. Denechaud, 12/10/1918-5/14/1919
        F.17.b.1.
  19 Overseas: Overseas Commission - Correspondence - Charles I. Denechaud, 5/15/1919-5/1/1920
        F.17.b.1.
  20 Overseas: Overseas Commission - Correspondence - Overseas Personnel, 4/29/1918-5/16/1919
        F.17.b.2.
  21 Overseas: Belgium Official Information Service - News Releases and Correspondence, 8/1917-1/23/1919
        F.17.c.1.
  22 Overseas: Belgium Official Information Service - Belgium Bulletin, 7/11/1918-6/26/1919
        F.17.c.2.
  23 Overseas: Correspondence - Polish Relief Publications, 1915-5/9/1919
        F.17.d.
  24 Publicity: Correspondence - Larkin G. Mead, 12/22/1917-6/8/1919
        F.18.a.
  25 Publicity: Correspondence - Catholic Papers, 3/23/1918-12/19/1918
        F.18.b.
  26 Publicity: Correspondence and Publications "The Catholic Leaflet", 3/1917-11/3/1918
        F.18.c.
  27 Publicity: Press Releases, 1918-1919
        F.18.d.
  28 Publicity: Newspaper Clippings, 1918-1919
        F.18.e.
  29 Publicity: Lists of Catholic Newspapers, 1918-1919
        F.18.f.
  30 Publicity: Correspondence - NCWC Bulletin - News Service - Michael Williams, 4/16/1919-4/1929
        F.18.g.
  31 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Correspondence - Lewis J. O'Hern, 2/14/1918-6/14/1919
        F.19.a.
  32 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Correspondence - Red Cross Chaplains, 2/25/1918-4/29/1918
        F.19.b.
  33 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Correspondence - Red Cross Chaplains, 5/2/1918-5/29/1918
        F.19.b.
  34 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Correspondence - Red Cross Chaplains, 6/3/1918-11/3/1918
        F.19.b.
  35 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Chaplain Statistics and Lists, 1917-1919
        F.19.c.
  36 Catholic Army and Navy Chaplain Bureau: Correspondence - Chaplain Training Schools, 2/15/1918-8/22/1918
        F.19.d.
  37 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Connecticut, 3/1/1919
        F.20.a.
  38 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Florida, 6/22/1918-12/19/1918
        F.20.b.
  39 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Illinois, 7/15/1918-6/5/1919
        F.20.c.
  40 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Indiana, 3/11/1918-1/14/1919
        F.20.d.
  41 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Kansas, 9/28/1918-6/20/1919
        F.20.e.
  42 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Kentucky, 9/24/1918-3/8/1919
        F.20.f.
  43 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Louisiana, 1/25/1918-12/24/1918
        F.20.g.
  44 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Maine, 1/26/1919-5/3/1919
        F.20.h.
  45 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Maryland, 9/11/1918-7/2/1919
        F.20.i.
  46 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Massachusetts, 10/14/1918-5/1/1919
        F.20.j.
  47 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Michigan, 5/31/1919
        F.20.k.
  48 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Minnesota, 12/30/1918-1/27/1919
        F.20.l.
  49 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: New Jersey, 12/7/1918-5/17/1919
        F.20.m.
  50 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: New York - Correspondence, 2/1/1918-5/3/1919
        F.20.n.1.
  51 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: New York - Minutes, 5/31/1918-6/20/1919
        F.20.n.2.
  52 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: New York - Budgets, 1918-1919
        F.20.n.3.
  53 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: New York - Girls' Work - Patriotic Service Clubs, 10/1917-7/15/1919
        F.20.n.4.
  54 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Ohio, 3/23/1918-5/28/1919
        F.20.o.
  55 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Pennsylvania, 10/9/1918-4/11/1919
        F.20.p.
  56 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: South Carolina, 4/14/1918-11/16/1918
        F.20.q. See Bishop Russell
  57 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: South Carolina, 11/20/1918-3/19/1919
        F.20.q. See Bishop Russell
  58 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: South Carolina, 3/21/1918-7/11/1919
        F.20.q. See Bishop Russell
Box Folder
17 1 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Virginia, 4/15/1918-9/21/1918
        F.20.r.
  2 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Virginia, 9/23/1918-11/09/1918
        F.20.r.
  3 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Virginia, 11/14/1918-12/24/1918
        F.20.r.
  4 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Virginia, 12/26/1918-5/15/1919
        F.20.r.
  5 Diocesan War Councils Correspondence and Reports: Wisconsin, 3/29/1919-4/12/1919
        F.20.s.
  6 Committee of Six: Correspondence, 1/25/1918-10/2/1918
        F.21.
  7 War Department: Correspondence, 1/19/1918-5/14/1919
        F.22.
  8 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Report of Committee on Special War Activities to Commission on Training Camp Activities, 1/1/1919
        F.23.a.
  9 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 3/5/1918-3/25/1919
        F.23.b.
  10 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 3/26/1919-4/21/1919
        F.23.b.
  11 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 4/22/1918-5/28/1919
        F.23.b.
  12 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 5/29/1918-8/22/1919
        F.23.b.
  13 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - Navy Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 1/9/1919-8/13/1919
        F.23.c.
  14 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Law Enforcement Division, 1/25/1918-5/10/1919
        F.23.d.
  15 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Correspondence - Navy Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Law Enforcement Office, 7/29/1918-12/28/1918
        F.23.e.
  16 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Social Hygiene Division - Correspondence, 6/13/1918-10/12/1918
        F.23.f.1.
  17 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Social Hygiene Division - Correspondence, 10/14/1918-6/14/1919
        F.23.f.1.
  18 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Social Hygiene Division - Reports - Frederick W. Rice, 11/21/1918-12/4/1918
        F.23.f.2.
  19 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities - Social Hygiene Division - Bulletins: The Round Table, 7/6/1918-11/2/1918
        F.23.f.3.
  20 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Social Hygiene Division - Bulletins: The Mailbag, 6/21/1918-12/28/1918
        F.23.g.1.
  21 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Social Hygiene Division - Miscellaneous Publications, 1915-1919
        F.23.g.2.
  22 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: Circulars - Morale Branch, 11/1918-12/1/1918
        F.23.h.
  23 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Minutes - Committee of Eleven and Subcommittees, 9/4/1918-11/4/1918
        F.23.i.1
  24 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Minutes - Committee of Eleven and Subcommittees, 11/6/1918-12/10/1918
        F.23.i.1
  25 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Minutes - Committee of Eleven and Subcommittees, 12/24/1918-5/26/1919
        F.23.i.1.
  26 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Minutes - Committee of Eleven and Subcommittees - Correspondence and Minutes - Committee of Five, 7/13/1918-7/14/1919
        F.23.i.1.a.
  27 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Correspondence, 5/21/1918-8/31/1918
        F.23.i.2.
  28 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Correspondence, 9/5/1918-9/12/1918
        F.23.i.2.
  29 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Correspondence, 9/17/1918-9/27/1918
        F.23.i.2.
  30 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Correspondence, 9/29/1918-10/21/1918
        F.23.i.2.
  31 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Correspondence, 10/23/1918-4/10/1919
        F.23.i.2.
  32 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Campaign Lists, Charts and Publications, 1918
        F.23.i.3.
  33 War and Navy Departments - Commissions on Training Camp Activities: United War Work Campaign - Report Upon Audit - National Catholic War Council National Campaign Headquarters - United Drive, 8/27/1919
        F.23.i.4.
  34 War Camp Community Service Bulletins:, 6/5/1918-10/11/1918
        F.24.
  35 War Camp Community Service Bulletins, 10/29/1918-2/15/1919
        F.24.
  36 YMCA - YWCA: Miscellaneous Publications and Typescripts, 1918-1919
        F.25.
  37 American Red Cross: Correspondence, 11/21/1917-7/17/1918
        F.26.1.
  38 American Red Cross: Correspondence, 7/19/1918-8/19/1918
        F.26.1.
  39 American Red Cross: Correspondence, 8/21/1918-11/14/1918
        F.26.1.
  40 American Red Cross: Correspondence, 11/16/1918-12/26/1918
        F.26.1.
  41 American Red Cross: Correspondence, 12/28/1918-7/7/1919
        F.26.1.
  42 American Red Cross: The News Letter, 1918-1919
        F.26.2.
  43 Nurses: Recruitment, Spiritual Care and Dress: Correspondence, 6/4/1918-7/22/1918
        F.27.
  44 Nurses: Recruitment, Spiritual Care and Dress: Correspondence, 7/24/1918-9/25/1918
        F.27.
                       
Series 3: Records of the Director of Building Operations, 1918-1920 (2 boxes)
Correspondence as well as employment and financial records regarding construction projects of the National Catholic War Council in the United States, especially Visitors Houses.
Box Folder
18 1 General Correspondence, 7/11/1919-8/26/1919
  2 General Correspondence, 9/27/1919-9/4/1919
  3 General Correspondence, 9/5/1919-9/8/1919
  4 General Correspondence, 9/9/1919-9/11/1919
  5 General Correspondence, 9/12/1919-9/13/1919
  6 General Correspondence, 9/15/1919-9/18/1919
  7 General Correspondence, 9/18/1919-9/23/1919
  8 General Correspondence, 9/24/1919-9/30/1919
  9 General Correspondence, 10/1/1919-10/4/1919
  10 General Correspondence, 10/5/1919-10/18/1919
  11 General Correspondence, 10/20/1919-11/12/1919
  12 General Correspondence, 11/13/1919-11/19/1919
  13 General Correspondence, 11/20/1919-11/30/1919
  14 General Correspondence, 12/1/1919-12/10/1919
  15 General Correspondence, 12/11/1919-12/15/1919
  16 General Correspondence, 12/16/1919-12/24/1919
  17 General Correspondence, 12/26/1919-1/5/1920
  18 General Correspondence, 1/6/1920-1/9/1920
  19 General Correspondence, 1/12/1920-1/19/1920
  20 General Correspondence, 1/20/1920-1/30/1920
  21 General Correspondence, 1/31/1920-2/4/1920
  22 General Correspondence, 2/5/1920-2/10/1920
  23 General Correspondence, 2/11/1920-2/16/1920
  24 General Correspondence, 2/17/1920-2/23/1920
  25 General Correspondence, 2/24/1920-2/28/1920
  26 General Correspondence, 3/1/1920-3/6/1920
  27 General Correspondence, 3/8/1920-3/11/1920
  28 General Correspondence, 3/12/1920-4/5/1920
  29 General Correspondence, 4/8/1920-4/30/1920
  30 General Correspondence, 5/4/1920-7/16/1920, n.d.
  31 Employment Records and Payrolls: Correspondence, 7/1919-11/1919
  32 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 12/31/1918-5/27/1919
  33 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 8/19/1919-9/22/1919
  34 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 9/23/1919-10/24/1919
  35 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 1/25/1919
  36 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 10/28/1919-12/10/1919
  37 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 12/12/1919
  38 Correspondence: Aberdeen, 12/12/1919-12/26/1919
  39 Accounts: Aberdeen, 5/1919-11/1919
  40 Accounts: Aberdeen, 5/1919-11/1919
  41 Accounts: Aberdeen, 5/1919-11/1919
  42 Payroll, 6/1919
  43 Payroll, 7/1919
  44 Payroll, 8/1919
  45 Correspondence: Beaufort, 4/30/1919-6/10/1919
  46 Correspondence: Beaufort, 5/30/1919-6/30/1919
  47 Accounts: Beaufort, 6/1919-7/1919
  48 Payroll: Beaufort, 5/1919-6/1919
  49 Payroll Cards: Beaufort, 6/1919-7/1919
  50 Correspondence: Caldwell, 8/30/1919-3/1/1920
  51 Statements and Accounts, 6/1919
  52 Statements and Accounts, 7/1919
  53 Statements and Accounts, 7/1919-8/1919
  54 Payroll Cards, 6/1919
  55 Payroll, 6/1919-8/1919
  56 Correspondence: Camp Merritt, 9/27/1919-3/20/1920
  57 Correspondence: Camp Mills, 9/22/1919-2/4/1920
  58 Correspondence: Camp Meade, 10/7/1919-4/24/1920
  59 Correspondence: Camp Upton, 5/11/1919-3/5/1920
  60 Correspondence: Quantico, 11/17/1919-9/22/1920
  61 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 4/25/1919-9/23/1919
  62 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 9/24/1919-10/2/1919
  63 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 10/3/1919-10/24/1919
  64 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 10/25/1919-11/29/1919
  65 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 12/2/1919-1/24/1920
  66 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 2/2/1920-2/27/1920
  67 Correspondence: Walter Reed, 3/3/1920
  68 Requisitions and Statements, 9/19/1919-4/17/1920
  69 Accounts: A - B, 7/1919-3/1920
  70 Accounts: C - M, 7/1919-3/1920
  71 Accounts: P - W, 7/1919-3/1920
  72 Payroll Sheets: Walter Reed, 8/1919-9/1919
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19 1 Payroll Sheets: Walter Reed, 10/1919
  2 Payroll Sheets: Walter Reed, 11/1919-12/1919
  3 Service Clubs: Admiral Benson, 11/26/1919-1/20/1920
  4 Service Clubs: Benedict, 12/10/1919-2/26/1920
  5 Service Clubs: Bishop McDonald, 12/8/1919-3/8/1920
  6 Correspondence: Balboa, 9/5/1919-12/31/1919
  7 Correspondence: Balboa, 1/2/1920-2/4/1920
  8 Correspondence: Balboa, 2/5/1920-4/9/1920
  9 Correspondence: Camden, 9/23/1919-11/27/1919
  10 Correspondence: Cincinnati, 9/16/1919-1/10/1920
  11 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 6/23/1919-8/4/1919
  12 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 8/5/1919-8/22/1919
  13 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 8/30/1919-9/5/1919
  14 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 9/7/1919-10/29/1919
  15 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 11/3/1919-12/8/1919
  16 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 12/9/1919-2/4/1920
  17 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 2/6/1920-2/20/1920
  18 Correspondence: East St. Louis, 2/21/1920-4/15/1920
  19 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 9/3/1919-9/18/1919
  20 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 9/19/1919-10/20/1919
  21 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 10/21/1919-10/30/1919
  22 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 11/1/1919-11/22/1919
  23 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 12/1/1919-1/16/1920
  24 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 1/17/1919-2/6/1920
  25 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 2/7/1920-2/14/1920
  26 Correspondence: Maloney, East St. Louis, 2/15/1920-4/15/1920
  27 Correspondence: Newark and others, 9/5/1919-3/25/1920
  28 Correspondence: Utica, 4/3/1920-4/16/1920
  29 Correspondence: 601 E St., 6/9/1919
  30 Correspondence: 601 E St., 6/25/1919-11/28/1919
  31 Correspondence: 601 E St., 12/3/1919-3/23/1920
  32 Statements and Accounts: Rehabilitation School, Georgia Ave, n.d.
  33 Statements and Appropriations: Rehabilitation School, Georgia Ave, 8/1918-9/1919
  34 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 9/23/1919-9/27/1919
  35 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 9/29/1919-10/1/1919
  36 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/2/1919-10/4/1919
  37 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/6/1919-10/7/1919
  38 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/7/1919-10/8/1919
  39 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/8/1919
  40 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/8/1919-10/9/1919
  41 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/9/1919
  42 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/10/1919
  43 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/11/1919-10/13/1919
  44 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/14/1919-10/17/1919
  45 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/18/1919-10/20/1919
  46 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/21/1919-10/22/1919
  47 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/23/1919-10/24/1919
  48 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/24/1919-10/27/1919
  49 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/27/1919-10/28/1919
  50 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/29/1919
  51 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 10/30/1919-11/3/1919
  52 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 11/4/1919-11/10/1919
  53 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 11/11/1919-11/19/1919
  54 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 11/20/1919-11/29/1919
  55 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 12/1/1919-12/18/1919
  56 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 12/19/1919-12/31/1919
  57 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 1/1/1920-1/27/1920
  58 Correspondence: Procurement agent, 1/28/1920-2/23/1920
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Series 4: Records of the Reconstruction Committee, 1909(1918-1922)n.d. (16 boxes)
Established to meet postwar employment, education, and medical needs of veterans as well as addressing industrial relations and Americanization and citizenship programs, this series includes reports, correspondence, and related material of the Chairman and the Secretary of the Committee, the Employment Service, the Hospital Social Service, the Vocational Rehabilitation Service, the Education Research and Problems Department, and the Motion Picture Bureau. In addition, there is the Pittsburgh Catholic Social Study Survey, mostly duplicate material from the Women's and Men's committees, and some miscellaneous items.
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20 1 Committee Reports, 1/22/1919-2/13/1919
  2 Committee Report, 2/13/1919
  3 Committee Report, 3/20/1919
  4 Committee Reports, 3/20/1919-3/29/1919
  5 Committee Report, 4/25/1919
  6 Committee Report, 4/25/1919
  7 Committee Reports, 5/19/1919, 11/1919, 1920
  8 Secretary Correspondence: American Association for Labor Legislation, 10/11/1918-5/21/1920
        006
  9 Secretary Correspondence: The American City (Journal), 3/10/1919-6/30/1919
        007
  10 Secretary Correspondence: Associated Charities, 11/11/1919-3/15/1920
        012
  11 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 12/16/1918-1/29/1919
        013
  12 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 2/3/1919-3/14/1919
        013
  13 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 3/17/1919-4/29/1919
        013
  14 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 5/15/1919-12/27/1919
        013
  15 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 1/3/1920-5/22/1920
        013
  16 Secretary Correspondence: Arnold, Edward A., Comptroller, 5/25/1920-10/25/1920
        013
  17 Secretary Correspondence: Archbishop Harty, Omaha, NE, 11/8/1919, 11/18/1919
        014
  18 Secretary Correspondence: American Library Association (ALA), n.d.
        015
  19 Secretary Correspondence: Nash, Mrs. L.C., Omaha, Catholic Charities, n.d.
        016
  20 Secretary Correspondence: American Red Cross, 5/6/1918-7/15/1919
        017
  21 Secretary Correspondence: American Red Cross, 8/6/1919-3/29/1920
        017
  22 Secretary Correspondence: American Red Cross, 4/24/1920-6/5/1920, n.d.
        017
  23 Secretary Correspondence: Barry, Mrs. C.G., Americanization, Minneapolis Charities 8/5/1919-9/6/1919
        021
  24 Secretary Correspondence: Becker, Joseph, Reconstruction Committee Publications, 7/13/1919-8/28/1919
        023
  25 Secretary Correspondence: The City Club, Washington, D.C. (formerly The Commercial Club), 6/28/1919-11/10/1919
        025
  26 Secretary Correspondence: Marsh, Eleanor, National Organization for Public Health Nursing, 7/14/1919-10/20/1919
        028
  27 Secretary Correspondence: Boone, Caroline and Charles, Employment, 3/29/1919-8/19/1919
        030
  28 Secretary Correspondence: Boylan, Marguerite, Catholic Charity Bureau, Bridgeport, 7/13/1919-8/28/1919
        032
  29 Secretary Correspondence: Butler, Edmund J., Catholic Home Bureau, 6/18/1919-3/10/1920
        041
  30 Secretary Correspondence: Butler, F.C., Director of Americanization, Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior, and S.P. Capen - Americanization Matters, 11/1/1918-3/15/1920
        042
  31 Secretary Correspondence: Butler, Rev. John, Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis, 8/1/1919-10/31/1919
        043-044, See also no. 224, Belle Tracy, which continues Rev. Butler's correspondence.
  32 Secretary Correspondence: Butler, Rev. John, Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis, 11/2/1919-9/22/1920
        043-044, See also no. 224, Belle Tracy, which continues Rev. Butler's correspondence.
  33 Secretary Correspondence: Butler, John J., Employment, 11/14/1918-12/1/1918
        044A
  34 Secretary Correspondence: Bramer, John Philip, 12/29/1918-3/15/1919
        045
  35 Secretary Correspondence: Bramer, John Philip, 3/18/1919-6/30/1919
        045
  36 Secretary Correspondence: Bramer, John Philip, 7/1/1919-10/20/1919
        045
  37 Secretary Correspondence: Bramer, John Philip, 10/22/1919-3/8/1920, n.d.
        045
  38 Secretary Correspondence: Burke, Rev. John J., Chairman, CSWA, 12/31/1918-8/15/1919
        046
  39 Secretary Correspondence: Burke, Rev. John J., Chairman, CSWA, 8/23/1919-12/1/1919
        046
  40 Secretary Correspondence: Burke, Rev. John J., Chairman, CSWA, 12/2/1919-8/5/1920
        046
  41 Secretary Correspondence: Denechaud, Charles I., Overseas Commissioner, CSWA, Ca. 2/22/1919-5/5/1919
        047
  42 Secretary Correspondence: Commission on Training Camp Activities, 12/1918-7/21/1919
        048
  43 Secretary Correspondence: Callahan, Patrick Henry, Louisville, KY, 1/15/1914, 2/28/1919-5/31/1919
        049
  44 Secretary Correspondence: Callahan, Patrick Henry, Louisville, KY, 6/10/1919-11/26/1919
        049
  45 Secretary Correspondence: Callahan, Patrick Henry, Louisville, KY, 12/2/1919-3/20/1920, n.d.
        049
  46 Secretary Correspondence: Cantwell, Bishop J.J., Monterey and Los Angeles, 4/17/1919, 8/15/1919
        052
  47 Secretary Correspondence: Carroll, James T., Catholic Columbian, Columbus, OH, 11/27/1918-7/11/1919
        055
  48 Secretary Correspondence: Notre Dame University, Possible Establishment of a Rehabilitation School, 2/5/1918-11/18/1919
        061
  49 Secretary Correspondence: Cavanaugh, Maud, National Catholic Service School, Washington, DC, 7/10/1919-1/14/1920
        062
  50 Secretary Correspondence: Lapp, John A., Education Director, Reconstruction Committee, 11/18/1918-3/12/1919
        065
  51 Secretary Correspondence: Lapp, John A., Education Director, Reconstruction Committee, 3/15/1919-8/21/1919
        065
  52 Secretary Correspondence: Lapp, John A., Education Director, Reconstruction Committee, 8/22/1919-11/28/1919
        065
  53 Secretary Correspondence: Lapp, John A., Education Director, Reconstruction Committee, 12/4/1919-8/16/1920
        065
  54 Secretary Correspondence: Modern Medicine (Journal), Lapp, John A., Editor, 8/18/1919-12/29/1919
        065A
  55 Secretary Correspondence: Modern Medicine (Journal), Lapp, John A., Editor, 1/7/1920-6/30/1920, n.d.
        065A
  56 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, 8/30/1918
        066
  57 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, 9/27/1918-1/21/1919
        066
  58 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, 2/8/1919-6/30/1919
        066
  59 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, 7/3/1919-9/30/1919
        066, missing
  60 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, 10/3/1919-7/27/1920, n.d.
        066
  61 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, News clippings, n.d.
        066
  62 Secretary Correspondence: Federal Board for Vocational Education, Case Studies, 6/23/1919-1/23/1920
        066A
  63 Secretary Correspondence: Catholic Union and Times, Buffalo, NY, 2/3/1919-8/25/1919
        067
  64 Secretary Correspondence: Chute, Charles, National Prohibition Association, 7/28/1919-3/4/1920
        068
  65 Secretary Correspondence: Smith, Lee S., Dental Supply Bill, 12/20/1919-8/25/1919
        070
  66 Secretary Correspondence: Devine, Dr. Edward T., The Survey, 10/11/1918-12/3/1918
        072
  67 Secretary Correspondence: Connors, Arthur, Research Worker, Reconstruction Committee, 2/17/1919-2/21/1920
        073
  68 Secretary Correspondence: Cook, Ellen, Associated Charities of Utica, NY, 10/11/1918-12/3/1918
        074
  69 Secretary Correspondence: Cooper, Rev. John M. Cooper, Women's Committee, 1/2/1919-4/21/1920
        075
  70 Secretary Correspondence: Keen, George, Cooperative Union of Canada, 3/5/1919-1/13/1920
        076
  71 Secretary Correspondence: Council of National Defense, Washington, DC and Ohio, 12/27/1918-5/12/1919
        078
  72 Secretary Correspondence: United Council for Reemployment and the Reemployment Bureau, New York City, 4/16/1919-8/8/1919
        081
  73 Secretary Correspondence: Knights of Columbus, Committee on War Activities, 12/28/1918-9/27/1919, n.d.
        082
  74 Secretary Correspondence: Doran, Morris P., Teacher at Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 10/11/1918-12/3/1918
        083
  75 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 12/23/1918-8/26/1919
        084
  76 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 9/8/1919-12/26/1919
        084
  77 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1/8/1920-2/13/1920
        084
  78 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 2/16/1920-4/12/1920
        084
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21 1 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 4/14/1920-6/11/1920
        084
  2 Secretary Correspondence: Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 6/17/1920-9/2/1920, n.d.
        084
  3 Secretary Correspondence: Shahan, Thomas J., Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 12/18/1918-6/9/1920
        084A
  4 Secretary Correspondence: Dalton, A.J., Rehabilitation Work, 5/6/1919-5/23/1919
        086
  5 Secretary Correspondence: Davis, Michael, Boston Dispensary, Out-Patient, 5/2/1919-3/27/1920
        087
  6 Secretary Correspondence: Department of Labor, U.S. Employment Service and Children's Bureau, 12/3/1918-1/29/1919
        088
  7 Secretary Correspondence: Department of Labor, U.S. Employment Service and Children's Bureau, 2/5/1919-4/15/1919
        088
  8 Secretary Correspondence: Department of Labor, U.S. Employment Service and Children's Bureau, 5/4/1919-3/22/1920, n.d.
        088
  9 Secretary Correspondence: Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Markets, Social Work, 3/20/1919-7/12/1919
        089
  10 Secretary Correspondence: Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Markets, Social Work, 7/17/1919-12/26/1919
        089
  11 Secretary Correspondence: Donahue, Madorah, Henry Watson's Children's Aid Society, Inner City Conference on Illegitimacy and U.S. Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board, 6/12/1919-5/8/1920
        092
  12 Secretary Correspondence: Duffy, Frank, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, 11/25/1918-2/18/1920
        096
  13 Secretary Correspondence: Easley, Ralph M., National Civic Federation, 3/20/1919-7/12/1919
        098
  14 Secretary Correspondence: National Child Labor Committee, New York, 6/21/1919-8/17/1920
        099
  15 Secretary Correspondence: Elder, Benedict, Good of the Order (Magazine), 3/27/1919-10/31/1919
        101
  16 Secretary Correspondence: Father John O'Grady to Father John Fenlon, Smith-Towner Bill, 7/15/1919-9/15/1919
        104
  17 Secretary Correspondence: Fetterman, Gertrude, Social Service Department, Misericordia Hospital, Philadelphia, 2/2/1919-7/31/1919
        105
  18 Secretary Correspondence: Foley, Daniel, Completion of his Ph.D. at CUA, 2/22/1919-11/7/1919
        107
  19 Secretary Correspondence: Goldstein, I.A., and Collier, John, Community Councils of New York City, Committee on Health Establishment of a Pay Clinic at St. Vincent's Hospital, NY, 3/11/1919-6/29/1919
        110
  20 Secretary Correspondence: Goldstein, I.A., and Collier, John, Community Councils of New York City, Committee on Health Establishment of a Pay Clinic at St. Vincent's Hospital, NY, 7/2/1919-9/3/1919, n.d.
        110
  21 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., NCWC and Personal Correspondence, 11/8/1918-3/27/1919
        112
  22 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., NCWC and Personal Correspondence, 4/1/1919-8/14/1919
        112
  23 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., NCWC and Personal Correspondence, 8/17/1919-9/26/1919
        112
  24 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., NCWC and Personal Correspondence, 10/2/1919-12/31/1919
        112
  25 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., NCWC and Personal Correspondence, 1/5/1920-11/11/1920
        112
  26 Secretary Correspondence: O'Grady, John J., Correspondence with his Brothers; Personal Resume, 11/19/1918-2/19/1920
        112A
  27 Secretary Correspondence: V. Mueller and Company, Surgical Instruments Suppliers, 3/26/1919-5/8/1919
        116
  28 Secretary Correspondence: V. Mueller and Company, Surgical Instruments Suppliers, 6/10/1919-8/1/1919
        116
  29 Secretary Correspondence: V. Mueller and Company, Surgical Instruments Suppliers, 9/9/1919-12/26/1919, n.d.
        116
  30 Secretary Correspondence: Garesche, Father Edward F., The Queen's Work (Magazine), 12/14/1918-11/4/1919
        117
  31 Secretary Correspondence: Coakley, Father Thomas F., Assistant Director of Catholic Charities, Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Survey, 7/11/1919-7/22/1920
        120
  32 Secretary Correspondence: Gonner, Nicholas, The Catholic Tribune, Dubuque, Iowa, 4/14/1919-9/3/1919
        121
  33 Secretary Correspondence: War Department, Office of the Surgeon General - War History of the NCWC, 11/7/1919-12/3/1919
        123
  34 Secretary Correspondence: Gressle, Rev. Henry, Bureau of Catholic Charities, Ohio, 11/7/1918-1/23/1920
        124
  35 Secretary Correspondence: Griffin, Rev. Maurice F., Hospital Social Service, St. Elizabeth's, Youngstown, Ohio, 11/26/1918-8/27/1919
        125
  36 Secretary Correspondence: Guilday, Rev. Peter, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 1/17/1919-1/20/1920
        127
  37 Secretary Correspondence: Gulick, Sidney L., National Committee for Constructive Immigration Legislation, 6/7/1919-7/19/1920
        128
  38 Secretary Correspondence: Greer, John J., Reconstruction Committee, Vocational Rehabilitation Work, 3/12/1919-7/30/1919
        129
  39 Secretary Correspondence: Greer, John J., Reconstruction Committee, Vocational Rehabilitation Work, 8/1/1919-12/26/1919, n.d.
        129
  40 Secretary Correspondence: Halsey, Olga, Health and Old Age Insurance Commission, Ohio: O'Grady's "The Old Man and Industry," 3/12/1919-4/16/1919
        132
  41 Secretary Correspondence: Hanley, James H., Omaha, Nebraska, 5/9/1919-1/20/1920
        133
  42 Secretary Correspondence: Mullaney Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri: Various Invoices, 7/7/1919-8/4/1919
        136
  43 Secretary Correspondence: Hasson, Eleanor C., Wilmington, Delaware: Americanization, 1/3/1919-9/10/1919
        137
  44 Secretary Correspondence: Hessler Company, Cleveland, Ohio: Surgical Suppliers, 3/11/1919-7/29/1919, n.d.
        138
  45 Secretary Correspondence: Hooke, Walter G., Executive Secretary, CSWA: Visit, 11/5/1919
        140
  46 Secretary Correspondence: Hospital Supply Company, New York, 2/22/1919-5/5/1920
        141
  47 Secretary Correspondence: Jamison-Semple Company, New York: Surgical Suppliers, 5/26/1919-9/22/1919
        144
  48 Secretary Correspondence: Jamison-Semple Company, New York: Surgical Suppliers, 10/2/1919-1/23/1920
        144
  49 Secretary Correspondence: Keegan, Robert F., Director, Catholic Charities Diocesan Survey, New York, 11/6/1918-3/20/1920
        147
  50 Secretary Correspondence: Kennedy, Lt. John A., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Employment with NCWC, 6/17/1919-11/24/1919
        148
  51 Secretary Correspondence: Kelly, Msgr. Edward A., Chicago, Illinois: Hospital Social Service and Employment Bureau, 12/18/1918-12/16/1919
        149
  52 Secretary Correspondence: Kelly, Elizabeth, NCWC Representative, Detroit (Michigan) and Cincinnati (Ohio), 2/21/1919-5/17/1920
        151
  53 Secretary Correspondence: National Conference of Social Work, Chicago, Illinois, 3/15/1919-5/17/1920
        153
  54 Secretary Correspondence: Kerby, William J., The Catholic University of America (CUA), 4/4/1919-7/25/1919
        154
  55 Secretary Correspondence: Tower Manufacturing and Novelty Company, New York: Invoices, 5/28/1919-6/1/1919
        155
  56 Secretary Correspondence: United States War Department, Office of the Assistant to the Secretary, 5/8/1919-9/3/1919
        156
  57 Secretary Correspondence: Lallou, Rev. William J., Director, Catholic Charities, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 7/16/1919-2/5/1920
        157
  58 Secretary Correspondence: Larkin, T. Ernest, Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 12/6/1918-12/2/1919
        160
  59 Secretary Correspondence: Larkin, T. Ernest, Rehabilitation School, The Catholic University of America (CUA), 12/3/1919-12/18/1919
        160
  60 Secretary Correspondence: Le Blond, Rev. Hubert C., Cleveland, Ohio: Hospital Social Service, 10/16/1918-3/19/1920
        163
  61 Secretary Correspondence: Leonard, Rev. Edwin L.: Medical Social Service, Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland and National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC), 2/14/1919-1/16/1920
        165
  62 Secretary Correspondence: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 8/21/1919-1/16/1920
        165A
  63 Secretary Correspondence: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 1/18/1920-5/3/1920
        165A
  64 Secretary Correspondence: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 5/4/1920-12/29/1920, n.d.
        165A
  65 Secretary Correspondence: Losty, James A., The Catholic University of America (CUA) Student: Thesis on War Insurance, 11/15/1918-8/13/1920
        167
  66 Secretary Correspondence: McGowan, Rev. Raymond A., Kansas City, Missouri: Work for Reconstruction Committee, 3/5/1919-12/27/1919
        176
  67 Secretary Correspondence: Charles Lentz and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Surgical Instrument Suppliers, 6/13/1919
        177
  68 Secretary Correspondence: O'Connell, Thomas D., Federal Board for Vocational Education, 2/2/1919-7/11/1919
        180
  69 Secretary Correspondence: O'Connor, John, School of Social Work, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 8/14/1919-5/8/1920
        181
  70 Secretary Correspondence: Cosgrove, Elizabeth, Duquesne University and Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 12/11/1919-1/13/1921, n.d.
        181A
  71 Secretary Correspondence: O'Connor, Rev. Edmund A., Little Falls, New York, 3/22/1919-4/15/1920
        182
  72 Secretary Correspondence: O'Donahue, Theresa R., League of Catholic Women, New York, New York, 12/15/1918-8/9/1919
        183
  73 Secretary Correspondence: O'Hara, Msgr. Francis J., Brooklyn, New York, 2/12/1919
        185
  74 Secretary Correspondence: O'Hara, Frank, The Catholic University of America (CUA): Land Colonization Schemes and National Soldier Settlement Act, 10/9/1918-6/30/1919
        185
  75 Secretary Correspondence: O'Hara, Frank, The Catholic University of America (CUA): Land Colonization Schemes and National Soldier Settlement Act, 6/30/1919-5/21/1920, n.d.
        185
  76 Secretary Correspondence: Hayden, James, Knights of Columbus Evening School, Washington, DC, 2/27/1920-6/28/1920
        185A
  77 Secretary Correspondence: O'Hara, Rev. Edwin V., Portland, Oregon: Work for Reconstruction Committee, especially Land Colonization, 11/16/1918-9/17/1919
        186
  78 Secretary Correspondence: Public Affairs Information Service, 5/13/1918-5/9/1919, n.d.
        194
  79 Secretary Correspondence: Rice, Dr. Fred, Hospital Social Service, 12/30/1918-5/23/1919
        196
  80 Secretary Correspondence: McMahon, Charles: Motion Picture Bureau and Civic Education Through Motion Pictures, 7/5/1919-8/13/1919
        200
  81 Secretary Correspondence: McMahon, Charles: Motion Picture Bureau and Civic Education Through Motion Pictures, 8/16/1919-10/31/1919
        200
  82 Secretary Correspondence: McMahon, Charles: Motion Picture Bureau and Civic Education Through Motion Pictures, 11/3/1919-1/28/1920
        200
  83 Secretary Correspondence: McMahon, Charles: Motion Picture Bureau and Civic Education Through Motion Pictures, 2/2/1920-6/2/1920
        200
  84 Secretary Correspondence: Mead Larkin G.: Reconstruction Committee Publicity, 12/30/1918-5/29/1919
        201
  85 Secretary Correspondence: Murray, Genevieve: Employment with Reconstruction Committee and Pittsburgh Survey, 12/4/1918-3/26/1920
        202
  86 Secretary Correspondence: "Publishers File": Mainly Journal Subscription, 10/11/1918-5/10/1920
        203
  87 Secretary Correspondence: Mugan, Mary A.S., Fall River School Department, Massachusetts: Americanization, 12/5/1918-7/16/1919
        209
  88 Secretary Correspondence: Bruns, Joseph, NCWC Floyd County, Indiana, Branch: Historical Note on NCWC, 12/27/1918-12/31/1919, n.d.
        212
  89 Secretary Correspondence: Muldoon, Peter, Bishop of Rockford, Illinois, 12/31/1918-12/22/1919
        213
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22 1 Secretary Correspondence: Russell Sage Foundation, New York, 11/27/1918-5/26/1920
        218
  2 Secretary Correspondence: Alter, Rev. Carl J., Toledo, Ohio, 11/17/1918-4/30/1919
        219
  3 Secretary Correspondence: Alter, Rev. Carl J., Toledo, Ohio, 5/2/1919-6/10/1920
        219
  4 Secretary Correspondence: Slaine, Msgr. M.J., Roxbury, Massachusetts, 10/19/1918-4/30/1919
        221
  5 Secretary Correspondence: Shirer, H.H., Board of State Charities, Columbus, Ohio, 12/6/1918-3/10/1920
        222
  6 Secretary Correspondence: Siebenberg, Rev. Henry, Dean, School of Sociology, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois: Social Work, Social Service Department, 10/11/1918-11/9/1919, n.d.
        223
  7 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 8/12/1919-9/13/1919
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  8 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 9/15/1919-10/31/1919
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  9 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 11/3/1919-1/27/1920
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  10 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 2/2/1920-5/14/1920
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  11 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 5/17/1920-6/17/1920
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  12 Secretary Correspondence: Tracy, Belle, Director, NCWC Social Service Office, St. Louis, Missouri, 7/3/1920-12/2/1920
        224. From 1/12/1920 on there is also correspondence from Rev. John J. Butler, Secretary of the Central Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Louis. Other Butler Correspondence files in numbers 43-44 above.
  13 Secretary Correspondence: Ryan, Rev. Dr. John A., The Catholic University of America (CUA), 9/2/1919-10/31/1919
        225
  14 Secretary Correspondence: Wright, Howell, Cleveland Hospital Council: State Council of Social Agencies, 9/20/1919, 5/5/1920
        226
  15 Secretary Correspondence: Bureau of War Risk Management (Federal), 12/18/1918-12/9/1919
        228
  16 Secretary Correspondence: O'Hara, Frank: Miscellaneous Extracts, Rockville, Maryland, Rehabilitation School, 7/29/1919-8/15/1919
        229
  17 Secretary Correspondence: Ucker, Clement S., Southern Settlement and Development Organization, Baltimore, Maryland: Land Colonization, 7/29/1919-8/15/1919
        230
  18 Secretary Correspondence: Koenig, Alfred, Minneapolis (Minnesota) Council of Americanization: Reconstruction Committee Pamphlet for State Fair, 8/22/1919-9/5/1919
        231
  19 Secretary Correspondence: Wright, Howell, American Hospital Association: O'Grady Address at Conference - Text of, 8/21/1919
        231
  20 Secretary Correspondence: Ryan, Rev. John A.: Editorial Suggestions for Reconstruction Committee Pamphlets, 10/14/1918
        231
  21 Secretary Correspondence: Mullaney, Agnes, Mercy Hospital, Dubuque, Iowa: Hospital Social Service, 8/23/1919-9/23/1919
        232
  22 Secretary Correspondence: Williams, Michael, 5/15/1919-1/30/1920
        233
  22 Secretary Correspondence: Williams, Michael, 5/15/1919-1/30/1920
        233
  24 Secretary Correspondence: Gould, J.F., American Committee of Minneapolis, Minnesota: NCWC Publications, 8/14/1919-9/13/1919
        234
  25 Secretary Correspondence: Nesslage, G. Henry, Boy Scouts of America (BSA), New York, 5/15/1919-8/27/1919, n.d.
        235
  26 Secretary Correspondence: Grupa, Rev. Michael, Michigan: NCWC Publications, 8/16/1919-11/15/1919
        236
  27 Secretary Correspondence: Warren, George L., Bridgeport, Connecticut: Pittsburgh Survey, 8/27/1919-8/28/1919
        237
  28 Secretary Correspondence: Betz, Frank S. Company, Chicago, Illinois, Hospital Supplies, 5/22/1919-12/1/1919
        238
  29 Secretary Correspondence: Shepard, Marie, NCWC Paris: Postcards, 2/3/1920
        239. Only one postcard in file, that was moved to Photo Series.
  30 Secretary Correspondence: McDonogh, Kathleen, NCWC Washington, DC: Staff Medical Social Service, 3/20/1920-5/20/1920
        241
  31 Secretary Correspondence: Hopkins, Thomas, NCWC New York, 3/20/1920-5/20/1920
        242
  32 Secretary Correspondence: Roth, Philip, Scranton, Pennsylvania: Reconstruction Committee Pamphlets, 9/26/1919-10/1/1919
        243
  33 Secretary Correspondence: Nicholas Power Company, New York, 8/20/1919
        247
  34 Secretary Correspondence: Slattery, Frances, Americanization Committee, League of Catholic Women, Massachusetts, 10/23/1918-2/11/1920, n.d.
        251
  35 Secretary Correspondence: Witherspoon, Fannie, New York Bureau of Legal Advice: Conscientious Objectors, 4/23/1919
        251
  36 Secretary Correspondence: National Education Association, Chicago and New York: Publications, 8/13/1919-5/27/1920
        254
  37 Secretary Correspondence: Enterprise Optical Company, Chicago, Illinois, 8/20/1919
        255
  38 Secretary Correspondence: Noll, Rev. John F., Our Sunday Visitor/The Harmonizer, Huntington, Indiana, 12/12/1918-12/2/1919
        257
  39 Secretary Correspondence: Salesbury, Lieutenant Edward, Portsmouth, Virginia: Employment with Reconstruction Committee, 8/5/1919-8/30/1919
        258
  40 Secretary Correspondence: St. Xavier's College, Cincinnati, Ohio: Rehabilitation Case, 2/12/1919-2/16/1919
        266
  41 Secretary Correspondence: War Risk Insurance Bureau, U.S. Treasury Department, 12/27/1918-7/21/1920
        272
  42 Secretary Correspondence: Wise, Margaret, 6/9/1919-3/14/1920
        276
  43 Secretary Correspondence: Wise, Margaret, 3/15/1920-3/31/1920
        276
  44 Secretary Correspondence: Wise, Margaret, 4/2/1919-4/29/1920
        276
  45 Secretary Correspondence: Wise, Margaret, 5/3/1919-7/8/1920, n.d.
        276
  46 Secretary Correspondence: Corr, Rev. William E., Bureau of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Monterey and Los Angeles, California: Immigration and Americanization, 8/11/1919-1/27/1920
        283
  47 Secretary Correspondence: Niles, David K., Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, New York, 8/7/1919
        283
  48 Secretary Correspondence: Callahan, Cornellius, NCWC Director of Building Operations, 9/5/1919-4/23/1920
        283
  49 Secretary Correspondence: Yawman and Erbe Company, New York: Invoice, 9/6/1919-10/12/1919
        286
  50 Secretary Correspondence: Samson-Soch Company, Boston, Massachusetts: Hospital Suppliers, 4/23/1919-9/25/1919
        287
  51 Secretary Correspondence: Baer, J.M. and Rowan, Joseph, Congressmen: Smith-Towner Bill, 8/21/1919-9/10/1919
        290
  52 Secretary Correspondence: Graphoscope Development Company, New York, 8/20/1919
        291
  53 Secretary Correspondence: Ring, Charlotte, Field Secretary, Women's Committee, 9/6/1919, n.d.
        296
  54 Secretary Correspondence: Johnson, F.E., Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America: Social Hygiene, Americanization, 8/28/1919-3/22/1920, n.d.
        296
  55 Secretary Correspondence: Edison, Charles, National Social Unit Organization, New York, 8/21/1919-9/8/1919
        299
  56 Secretary Correspondence: Slattery, Frances, Employment Secretary, Reconstruction Committee, 1/6/1919-5/28/1919
        301
  57 Secretary Correspondence: Slattery, Frances, Employment Secretary, Reconstruction Committee, 6/3/1919-12/2/1919
        301
  58 Secretary Correspondence: Hopkins, Thomas W.: Report on Waynesville, North Carolina, Rehabilitation School, 9/9/1919
        318
  59 Secretary Correspondence: Tobin, Mary, New York: Employment with Reconstruction Committee, 10/1/1919-10/13/1919
        321
  60 Secretary Correspondence: Pomije, Rev. Henry, Olivia, Minnesota: NCWC Film, 9/5/1919-9/13/1919
        322
  61 Secretary Correspondence: Levering, Richard, American Legion: Soliciting Enrollments, 9/13/1919
        323
  62 Secretary Correspondence: Murphy, Joseph, Chief Probation Officer, Erie County Courts, Buffalo, New York: Child Labor and Work on Pittsburgh Survey, 7/21/1919-1/29/1920
        324
  63 Secretary Correspondence: Murphy, Joseph, Chief Probation Officer, Erie County Courts, Buffalo, New York: Child Labor and Work on Pittsburgh Survey, 2/8/1920-6/17/1920
        324
  64 Secretary Correspondence: Palmer, C., McManus Corporation, New York: Reconstruction Films, 8/27/1919-8/28/1919
        325
  65 Secretary Correspondence: Donnelly, C. Jessica J.: NCWC Staff of Pittsburgh Survey, 8/25/1919-3/15/1920, n.d.
        326
  66 Secretary Correspondence: Glen Mills School for Girls, Darling, Pennsylvania: Records System, 8/27/1919-8/28/1919
        327
  67 Secretary Correspondence: Sullivan, Marguerite and Purcell, T.E.: Italian Community, Kansas City, Missouri, 9/18/1919-9/27/1919
        328
  68 Secretary Correspondence: Charles A. McMahon: Film Showing in Buffalo, New York, 12/9/1919
        329
  69 Secretary Correspondence: Condit, Abbie, Playground and Recreation Association of America, New York, 9/12/1919-9/13/1919, n.d.
        330
  70 Secretary Correspondence: Halperin, Rev. Michael, Jeffersonville, Indiana: NCWC Film, 9/4/1919-9/15/1919
        331
  71 Secretary Correspondence: Donovan, Rev. Joseph, Webster Groves, Missouri: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 9/5/1919-12/5/1919
        332
  72 Secretary Correspondence: Springsteed, Clara, University of State of New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 9/8/1919-9/27/1919
        333
  73 Secretary Correspondence: Rockwell, William, American Society of Church History, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 2/2/1920
        334
  74 Secretary Correspondence: Edmund, Brother E., Scranton, Pennsylvania: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 9/14/1919-9/23/1919
        335
  75 Secretary Correspondence: Tinsley, Esther, Pittston Hospital, Pennsylvania: Catholic Charities Review, 9/30/1919-10/6/1919
        336
  76 Secretary Correspondence: Mandery, Emma, Cleveland, Ohio: Employment with NCWC, 10/8/1919-10/14/1919
        337
  77 Secretary Correspondence: Smith, Senator Hoke: N.E.A. Bill, 9/7/1919
        338
  78 Secretary Correspondence: Cooley, Edwin J., Chief Probation Officer, City Magistrate's Court, New York, 9/5/1919-4/30/1920
        339
  79 Secretary Correspondence: Begley, Kathryn B., Carroll Club, New York: Accommodation, 3/3/1920-3/24/1920
        340
  80 Secretary Correspondence: Rimmer, J.G., Boston, Massachusetts: Reconstruction Publications, 9/12/1919-9/25/1919
        341
  81 Secretary Correspondence: O'Reilly, Charles, Bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska: Reconstruction Publications, 9/12/1919
        342
  82 Secretary Correspondence: Nicholson, Brigadier General W.J.: Army as an Americanization Agency, 9/14/1919
        343
  83 Secretary Correspondence: Biggs, Robert, Baltimore, Maryland: Pittsburgh Survey, 10/9/1919-11/10/1919
        344
  84 Secretary Correspondence: Cummings, N.F., The Hospital Social Survey Quarterly, New York, 6/4/1919-10/25/1919
        345
  85 Secretary Correspondence: Herzog, Rev. H.M., Lykens, Pennsylvania: Reconstruction Committee Films, 9/18/1919-9/20/1919
        347
  86 Secretary Correspondence: Acerbonie, Alexandrine, Trinity College, Washington, DC: Employment, 9/30/1919
        348
  87 Secretary Correspondence: Tiemann, George, and Company, New York: Surgical Instruments Suppliers, 9/25/1919-9/30/1919
        349
  88 Secretary Correspondence: McTigue, Andrew C., University of the State of New York, 9/24/1919-9/25/1919
        350
  89 Secretary Correspondence: Wallace, C.W., State Director, NCWC, Columbus, Ohio, 4/7/1919-4/29/1919
        352
  90 Secretary Correspondence: Wallace, C.W., State Director, NCWC, Columbus, Ohio, 5/5/1919-7/14/1919
        352
  91 Secretary Correspondence: Wallace, C.W., State Director, NCWC, Columbus, Ohio, 7/16/1919-8/23/1919
        352
  92 Secretary Correspondence: Wallace, C.W., State Director, NCWC, Columbus, Ohio, 8/25/1919-10/30/1919
        352
  93 Secretary Correspondence: Wallace, C.W., State Director, NCWC, Columbus, Ohio, 11/1/1919-5/1/1920
        352
  94 Secretary Correspondence: Keenan, William J., Providence, Rhode Island: NCWC Advertisement, 9/25/1919
        353
  95 Secretary Correspondence: Douglass, Kate, Washington, DC: Servicemen from St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 9/18/1919-9/20/1919
        354
  96 Secretary Correspondence: Whiddon, Frederick, The Raymond Syndicate, Boston, Massachusetts: Reconstruction Program, 9/10/1919
        355
  97 Secretary Correspondence: Carufel, Mary, Indiana University: Employment with NCWC, 3/8/1920
        356
  98 Secretary Correspondence: Root, Rev. E. Ealmadge, Massachusetts Federation of Churches: Reconstruction Program, 9/6/1919
        357
  99 Secretary Correspondence: Klein, Arthur, National University Extension Association, Washington, DC: Reconstruction Program, 9/9/1919
        359
  100 Secretary Correspondence: Wilson, G.S., Citizens Committee on the Care of the Feeble-minded, Washington, DC: Soliciting Support, 1/3/1920
        360
  101 Secretary Correspondence: Morman, James B., Treasury Department: Federal Farm Labor Circulars, 9/9/1919
        361
  102 Secretary Correspondence: Ravage, M.E., The Peoples of America Society, New York: Americanization, 9/17/1919-1/20/1920
        362
  103 Secretary Correspondence: Sullivan, Vera, U.S. Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board: Women's Social Work, New Orleans, Louisiana, 9/30/1919
        364
  104 Secretary Correspondence: Ohio Desk Company: Invoice, 9/11/1919
        365
  105 Secretary Correspondence: Canevin, Bishop J.F., Regis, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Survey, 2/21/1920, 5/4/1920
        366
  106 Secretary Correspondence: Baptist Department of Social Service and Brotherhood, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 10/10/1919
        367
  107 Secretary Correspondence: Long, Margaret, Chicago, Illinois: Nurse for Employment, 10/3/1919
        368
  108 Secretary Correspondence: Scocco, Charles, New York: War Risk Insurance Claim 10/9/1919
        369
  109 Secretary Correspondence: Cratz, Rev. Sigismund, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Toner Institute Statistics, 3/4/19209
        370
  110 Secretary Correspondence: National Conference of Catholic Charities (NCCC) Membership Lists, 1919-1920
        371
  111 Secretary Correspondence: Catholic Home Bureau: Sample Forms, n.d.
        372
  112 Secretary Correspondence: McDonough, Miss, NCWC, Washington, DC: Reconstruction Committee Personnel and Women Workers, 9/22/1919-1/6/1920
        373
  113 Secretary Correspondence: Smith, P.R., Trade Union College, Washington, DC: O'Grady Lectures, 10/3/1919-10/9/1919
        374
  114 Secretary Correspondence: Suroliga, Rev. Albert J., Roehling, New Jersey: NCWC Film Program, 9/17/1919-10/3/1919
        375
  115 Secretary Correspondence: Carroll, Rev. L.A., East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 10/2/1919,10/7/1919
        376
  116 Secretary Correspondence: Reardon, Rev. James M., St. Paul, Minnesota: Reconstruction, 10/1/1919,10/7/1919
        377
  117 Secretary Correspondence: Owen, Mrs. H.C., New York: Stonington, Connecticut, Property for Convalescent H.Q., 10/3/1919
        378
  118 Secretary Correspondence: Craig, Margaret, Child Saving Bureau, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Data Sent, 3/3/1920
        380
  119 Secretary Correspondence: To County Commissioners of Pennsylvania Requesting Annual Reports, 1/13/1920-1/20/1920
        381
  120 Secretary Correspondence: Batten, S.Z., Northern Baptist Convention, Social Service Committee: Social Service Literature, 10/11/1919, 10/15/1919
        382
  121 Secretary Correspondence: The Fair Store, Chicago, Illinois: Hospital Invoices, 10/15/1919
        383
  122 Secretary Correspondence: Report: Polish Community in Paris, France, 2/15/1919
        384
  123 Secretary Correspondence: Keough, Julie, Office Manager, NCWC, Washington, DC, 2/26/1919-2/27/1919
        385
  124 Secretary Correspondence: Hayes, Archbishop Patrick, New York: Congratulatory Telegram, 2/27/1919
        386
  125 Secretary Correspondence: Williams, Henriette, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 10/15/1919
        387
  126 Secretary Correspondence: Limeburger Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Opticians: Invoices, 10/1/1919
        388
  127 Secretary Correspondence: New York Chambers of Commerce Charities Committee: Unauthorized Soliciting for Funds, 5/5/1919
        389
  128 Secretary Correspondence: O'Rourke, Rev. Michael, Superintendent of Hospitals, Diocese of Detroit, Michigan: Establishment of Clinics in Area Hospitals, 1/24/1919-6/11/1919
        390
  129 Secretary Correspondence: de Schweinitz, Karl, Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity: Candidacy for President of National Conference, 2/26/1920-3/10/1920
        392
  130 Secretary Correspondence: Mathews, William H., Department of Family Welfare, New York: Re-pay Clinic, 8/12/1919, 8/18/1919
        393
  131 Secretary Correspondence: McCarthy, John S., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Newman Quarterly Article, 5/14/1919
        396
  132 Secretary Correspondence: Murphy, May M., Washington, DC: Article, 5/20/1919
        397
  133 Secretary Correspondence: Downay, Margaret, NCWC, Washington, DC: Rehabilitation School, 4/8/1919-1/25/1920
        398
  134 Secretary Correspondence: Projects of the Emergency Fleet Legislation, 12/8/1919
        399
  135 Secretary Correspondence: Scott, Winfield, San Francisco Examiner: Article, Land Colonization, 5/16/1919
        400
  136 Secretary Correspondence: Tucker, W.C., Tucker Agency, New York: Advertising and Printing of Bulletin, 5/2/1919-9/26/1919
        401
  137 Secretary Correspondence: Kennedy, John B., Knights of Columbus, New York: Article, 6/7/1919
        402
  138 Secretary Correspondence: Kline, Burton, New York Tribune: Articles and Pamphlets, 5/22/1919
        403
  139 Secretary Correspondence: Kennedy, J. J., Kennedy Addressing Company, New York: Mailing Lists, 6/11/1919
        404
  140 Secretary Correspondence: Kavanagh, Charles M., Rochester, New York: Distributing Pamphlets, 5/22/1919-5/29/1919
        405
  141 Secretary Correspondence: Cogan, Claire, International Federation of Catholic Alumnae (IFCA), New York: St. Louis Convention, 5/14/1919-12/26/1919
        406
  142 Secretary Correspondence: Foy, Leslie M., Catholic Children's Bureau, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Chambers of Commerce Survey of Child Caring Institutions, 3/11/1920-3/17/1920
        407
  143 Secretary Correspondence: Gilmartin, J.H., Columbiad Publishing Company: Article, 5/15/1919
        408
  144 Secretary Correspondence: Bunker, John, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 5/29/1919
        409
  145 Secretary Correspondence: Brandt, Carl, New York: Article, Colliers, 5/22/1919
        410
  146 Secretary Correspondence: Ashley, W.B., The Religious Digest, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 5/28/1919-5/29/1919
        411
  147 Secretary Correspondence: Hammer, Ernest L., New York, Reconstruction Pamphlets, 2/29/1920
        412
  148 Secretary Correspondence: Keelay, J.F., U.S. War Department, Co-Operative Stores Association, Washington, DC, 1/24/1920-2/2/1920
        413
  149 Secretary Correspondence: Washburne, Annette Clark, Chicago, Illinois, 8/17/1919
        414
  150 Secretary Correspondence: Scott, Winfield and D.M. Riordan, San Francisco, California: Publications, 9/15/1919, 10/25/1919
        415
  151 Secretary Correspondence: De Ville, Rev. J.B., Gary, Indiana: Americanization, 9/22/1919-10/7/1919
        416
  152 Secretary Correspondence: Lee, Wynona, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 8/6/1919
        417
  153 Secretary Correspondence: McDonald, Rev. Thomas J., Baltimore, Maryland: Panama, 8/9/1919
        418
  154 Secretary Correspondence: O'Connell, D.T., Irish National Bureau, Washington, DC: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 10/23/1919
        419
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23 1 Secretary Correspondence: Bovard, Freeman, Board of Home Missions...Methodist Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Americanization, 10/9/1919-10/10/1919
        424
  2 Secretary Correspondence: Cormican, Rev. P.J., Buffalo, New York: Reconstruction Publications, 10/9/1919-10/28/1919
        425
  3 Secretary Correspondence: Carr, Lilian M., NCWC Field Secretary, Zanesville, Ohio: Americanization Program, 1/12/1920-5/1/1920
        426
  4 Secretary Correspondence: Holland, Rev. C.J., Rhode Island: Reconstruction Publications and Films, 10/2/1919-10/10/1919
        427
  5 Secretary Correspondence: Ayd, Rev. J., Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland: Reconstruction Publications, 10/8/1919-10/10/1919
        428
  6 Secretary Correspondence: Schmidt, A.J., Seattle Union Record, Seattle, Washington: Bishops Program, 10/28/1919
        429
  7 Secretary Correspondence: Murray, M. Catherine, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Employment in Hospital Social Service, 10/5/1919-12/8/1919
        430
  8 Secretary Correspondence: Short, William H., League to Enforce Peace, New York: Conference of National Organizations Favourable to Immediate Ratification of the Treaty of Peace with Germany.., 2/2/1920-2/9/1920
        431
  9 Secretary Correspondence: Rice, Joseph J., Bishop of Burlington, Vermont: O'Grady and Smith-Towner Bill, 10/10/1919, 10/29/1919
        432
  10 Secretary Correspondence: Lanza, A.J., Hydraulic Pressed Steel Company, Cleveland, Ohio: Americanization Program, 2/10/1920, 2/26/1920
        433
  11 Secretary Correspondence: Llewellyn, Mr., Washington County (Pennsylvania) Children's Home, 1/13/1920
        434
  12 Secretary Correspondence: Victor Electric Corporation, Chicago, Illinois: Suppliers of X-Ray Equipment, 3/20/1919-9/30/1919
        435
  13 Secretary Correspondence: Wellmore, Grace, Research Worker, Reconstruction Committee: Child Placement in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2/8/1919-12/26/1919
        436
  14 Secretary Correspondence: Daly, Rev. W., Peekskill, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 11/7/1919
        437
  15 Secretary Correspondence: Magnell, Rev. O.T., Wethersfield, Connecticut: Catholic Press Association Convention Notes, 1/26/1920
        438
  16 Secretary Correspondence: Daly, Rev. W., Peekskill, New York: Reconstruction Pamphlets, 11/5/1919-2/28/1920
        439
  17 Secretary Correspondence: Keeley, J.F., U.S. War Department Co-operative Stores Association, Store Management, 11/3/1919, 11/10/1919
        440
  18 Secretary Correspondence: Detert, Camille, Louisville, Kentucky: Hospital Social Service, 11/10/1919
        441
  19 Secretary Correspondence: Martin, Paul R., Laird and Lee, Inc., Chicago, Illinois: Anti-Bolshevik Publications, 2/10/1919-2/26/1919
        442
  20 Secretary Correspondence: Smith, Bolton, Memphis, Tennessee: Race Relations, 10/4/1919-11/13/1919
        443
  21 Secretary Correspondence: Corrigan, Rev. J.J., Boston, Massachusetts: Lectures-Bishops Program, 10/5/1919, 11/10/1919
        444
  22 Secretary Correspondence: St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky: Soliciting Support, 10/20/1919
        445
  23 Secretary Correspondence: McMann, Francis, NCWC: Memo, 9/10/1919
        446
  24 Secretary Correspondence: Willis, Mary M., Washington, DC: Americanization and Citizenship, 11/6/1919-11/10/1919
        447
  25 Secretary Correspondence: Moroney, William J., Dallas, Texas: Farm Land Development and Colonization, 10/21/1919-11/5/1919
        448
  26 Secretary Correspondence: Palmer, Edward J., Federal Board for Vocational Education, New York: Rehabilitation of Disabled, New York and Boston, 2/18/1919-2/20/1920
        449
  27 Secretary Correspondence: Haier, Rev. Martin J., Petersburg, Virginia, 11/10/1919
        450
  28 Secretary Correspondence: Scruggs, Vandervoort, Barney Drygoods Company, St. Louis, Missouri: Authorizing Purchases, 7/1/1919-7/2/1919
        451
  29 Secretary Correspondence: Allen, Rev. Benedict: Article on Rehabilitation School, CUA, 11/10/1919
        452
  30 Secretary Correspondence: McMunigle, Mary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Report, 3/20/1920
        453
  31 Secretary Correspondence: McCormick, Mary, New York: Employment, 3/3/1920-3/10/1920
        454
  32 Secretary Correspondence: McCullough, Sara, Conference of Catholic Charities, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Koza and Drabble Girls Orphans Case, 3/3/1920
        456
  33 Secretary Correspondence: Milner, E. Mabel, State Bonus League, London: State Bonus Scheme, 10/3/1919
        457
  34 Secretary Correspondence: J.F. Hartz Company, Detroit, Michigan: Suppliers, Orders Mainly for St. Mary's in Detroit and St. Vincent's in Toledo, Ohio, 3/8/1919-3/12/1919
        458
  35 Secretary Correspondence: J.F. Hartz Company, Detroit, Michigan: Suppliers, Orders Mainly for St. Mary's in Detroit and St. Vincent's in Toledo, Ohio, 4/2/1919-4/20/1919
        458
  36 Secretary Correspondence: J.F. Hartz Company, Detroit, Michigan: Suppliers, Orders Mainly for St. Mary's in Detroit and St. Vincent's in Toledo, Ohio, 5/7/1919-7/31/1919
        458
  37 Secretary Correspondence: J.F. Hartz Company, Detroit, Michigan: Suppliers, Orders Mainly for St. Mary's in Detroit and St. Vincent's in Toledo, Ohio, 8/11/1919-12/20/1919
        458
  38 Secretary Correspondence: J.F. Hartz Company, Detroit, Michigan: Suppliers, Orders Mainly for St. Mary's in Detroit and St. Vincent's in Toledo, Ohio, n.d.
        458
  39 Secretary Correspondence: Commissioners of the District of Columbia (DC), Committee on Unemployment, 11/10/1919-2/14/1920
        459
  40 Secretary Correspondence: Anderson, G.K.: Transcript of American Hospital Association (AHA) Convention, 11/4/1919-12/15/1919
        460
  41 Secretary Correspondence: O'Bryan, W.L., Washington, DC: Farm Employment, 2/20/1920
        461
  42 Secretary Correspondence: Note: "Oevres des Circles Catholique D'Ouvriers", n.d.
        464
  43 Secretary Correspondence: Burton, M.L., University of Minnesota: Committee on Education for Citizenship of the American Council on Education (ACE), 11/17/1919-11/26/1919
        465
  44 Secretary Correspondence: Callahan, Rev. Peter, Apostolic Mission House, Washington, DC: Dispute over Money Owed, 12/5/1919-12/13/1919
        465
  45 Secretary Correspondence: Bureau of Industrial Research, New York: Publication Request, 12/9/1919
        467
  46 Secretary Correspondence: W.T.E. Corporation, New York: Film Equipment, Tests, 8/20/1919
        468
  47 Secretary Correspondence: U.S. War Department Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of War Service and Information Branch, 10/3/1919-6/30/1920
        470, 485
  48 Secretary Correspondence: Editor, Baltimore Catholic Review: Article Discrediting NCWC over Expenditure of United War Work Committee (UWWC) Funds, 12/22/1919
        474
  49 Secretary Correspondence: Catholic Church Extension Society, Toronto, Canada: Dr. Kerby, 12/15/1919,12/22/1919
        475
  50 Secretary Correspondence: Lapp, John A.: McMahon Address in Cleveland, Ohio, 6/16/1919
        476
  51 Secretary Correspondence: St. Vincent's Infant Asylum, Chicago, Illinois: Misdirected Parcel, 12/27/1919, 12/29/1919
        477
  52 Secretary Correspondence: Trade Union College, Washington, DC: Establishment, Counsel, 10/21/1919-10/5/1920
        478
  53 Secretary Correspondence: Carpenter, Charles, NCWC Travelling Auditor: Hospitals, Social Service Clinics, 10/20/1919-10/25/1919
        479
  54 Secretary Correspondence: Schroeter, Gertrude, Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Welfare Federation, 4/11/1919, 1/21/1920
        479
  55 Secretary Correspondence: Kingley, S.C., Welfare Federation of Cleveland, Ohio, 1/6/1920-1/15/1920
        480
  56 Secretary Correspondence: Tinney, Mary C., New York Department of Public Charities, 2/26/1920
        482
  57 Secretary Correspondence: Walsh, Thomas J., Bishop of Trenton, New Jersey, 1/11/1920-2/6/1920
        483
  58 Secretary Correspondence: Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Organization History, n.d.
        484
  59 Secretary Correspondence: McCormick, John F., Catholic Education Department, MacMillan Company: Manuscript, 2/10/1920
        486
  60 Secretary Correspondence: Kenny, Raymond, Bureau of Applied Economics, Washington, DC: Date on Industrial Relations, 3/8/1920
        487
  61 Secretary Correspondence: New York Evening Post: Investigation, Federal Board for Vocational Education, 3/25/1920-3/30/1920
        488
  62 Secretary Correspondence: Drady, Robert G.: Bulletin, 5/15/1919, 7/10/1919
        489
  63 Secretary Correspondence: Catholic Dailies, Weeklies, Monthlies: Comprehensive List, n.d.
        490
  64 Secretary Correspondence: Meegan, Rev., Holy Name Society, Buffalo, New York: Parish Program, 10/27/1919
        491
  65 Secretary Correspondence: House and Senate Committees on Education: Member List, n.d.
        492
  66 Secretary Correspondence: Directory of Organizations Comprising the Federal Council of the Allied War Charities..., 8/1917
        493
  67 Secretary Correspondence: Lescohier, Don D., Summary of the Unemployment Program, International Labor Conference, Washington, DC, 11/1919
        494
  68 Secretary Correspondence: NCWC Department of Social Action: Minutes of Conference, Washington, DC, 2/25/1920
        495
  69 Secretary Correspondence: National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, New York Meeting, 4/7/1920
        496
  70 Secretary Correspondence: McKinley, A.E., Pennsylvania War History Committee: NCWC Reconstruction Work in Pennsylvania, 1/12/1920
        497
  71 Secretary Correspondence: Kearns, Mary D., Catholic Service League, Akron, Ohio, 11/10/1919-2/3/1920
        498
  72 Secretary Correspondence: List of Foreign Newspapers, Great Britain, n.d.
        499
  73 Secretary Correspondence: Caulkins, E. Dana, National Physical Education Service, Washington, DC: State-wide Military Survey, 10/16/1919-11/1/1919
        499
  74 Secretary Correspondence: Expense Accounts, 3/25/1919-8/29/1919
        500
  75 Secretary Correspondence: Expense Accounts, 9/3/1919-12/23/1919
        500
  76 Secretary Correspondence: Expense Accounts, 1/3/1920-9/14/1920
        500
  77 Secretary Correspondence: Bills for Payment, 3/25/1919-12/27/1919
        501
  78 Secretary Correspondence: Bills for Payment, 1/3/1920-9/14/1920
        501
  79 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 10/15/1918-4/30/1919
        503
  80 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 5/1/1919-6/28/1919
        503
  81 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 7/2/1919-8/15/1919
        503
  82 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 8/16/1919-9/15/1919
        503
  83 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 9/16/1919-10/15/1919
        503
  84 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 10/16/1919-11/26/1919
        503
  85 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 12/1/1919-2/28/1920
        503
  86 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 3/3/1920-6/9/1920
        503
  87 Secretary Correspondence: Inter-Office Memos, 6/17/1920-11/11/1920
        503
  88 Secretary Correspondence: Staff Lists; Social Service Workers, Rehabilitation School Staff; Employment Offices, Draft Employment Cards: Arnold-Van Rody, 8/16/1919-9/15/1919
        503
  89 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 1/1919-5/31/1919
        503
  90 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 6/1/1919-8/31/1919
        503
  91 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 9/30/1919-10/31/1919
        503
  92 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 11/25/1919-1/31/1920
        503
  93 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 2/24/1920-5/31/1920
        503
  94 Secretary Correspondence: Payroll Records and Correspondence, 6/25/1920-11/30/1920
        503
  95 Secretary Correspondence: Lynch, Marie, Social Worker, St. Louis, Missouri, 12/21/1919-3/26/1920
        504
  96 Secretary Correspondence: McGrath, Justin, Universal News Service Bureau, Washington, DC, 5/2/1919, 5/15/1919
        505
  97 Secretary Correspondence: Shanley, Sarah, Social Worker, Youngstown, Ohio, 12/8/1919-6/4/1920
        506
  98 Secretary Correspondence: Landry, A., CUA: Mr. Linell and Math Department, 5/28/1920
        506
  99 Secretary Correspondence: Hayes, Rev. Ralph, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Public School Data, 5/12/1920
        507
  100 Secretary Correspondence: Catholic Women's League of Boston: Funds for Community House, n.d.
        508
  101 Secretary Correspondence: Tully, Rev. Daniel, Massachusetts: Article for Catholic Charities Review, 5/14/1920
        509
  102 Secretary Correspondence: Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis: Membership, 5/14/1920-5/26/1920
        510
  103 Secretary Correspondence: National Community Center Association, Chicago, Illinois: Extension Works Projects, 6/28/1920
        511
  104 Secretary Correspondence: Sisters of St. Francis: Niagara Falls, New York: Request Hospital Social Service Clinic, 8/30/1920
        512
  105 Secretary Correspondence: Note: Rural Material Given to Social Action Department - Miss Dobbins, 1/21/1921
        513
  106 Secretary Correspondence: Griffith, Leo G., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Biographical Date for Edward Pace, 10/6/1920
        514
  107 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: A: Abendroth - Aspinwall, n.d.
  108 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: B: Bach - Barry, n.d.
  109 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: B: Beatty - Brady, n.d.
  110 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: B: Breckinridge - Buzzett, n.d.
  111 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: C: Cabaniel - Clarfield, n.d.
  112 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: C: Clark - Curry, n.d.
  113 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: D: Dacey - Dinwiddie, n.d.
  114 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: D: Dolan - Dynan, n.d.
  115 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: E: Egan - Evans; F: Fagan - Fitzpatrick, n.d.
  116 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: F: Fleisch - Furey, n.d.
  117 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: G: Gainor - Gilfillan, n.d.
  118 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: G: Gillette - Gunther, n.d.
  119 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: H: Haas - Harrington, n.d.
  120 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: H: Hasluck - Hunt, n.d.
  121 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: I: Industrial - Irish World, n.d.
  122 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: J: Jackson - Jones, n.d.
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24 1 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: K: Kane - Kull, n.d.
  2 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: L: Labour - Lowenstein, n.d.
  3 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: M: McAtee - McGarvey, n.d.
  4 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: M: McGee - McNeil, n.d.
  5 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: M: Mackin - Moffitt, n.d.
  6 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: M: Molomphy - Murray, n.d.
  7 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: N: National - Norris, n.d.
  8 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: O: O'Brien - Ouellette, n.d.
  9 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: P: Paris - Purven, n.d.
  10 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: Q: Quarterly - Quinn; R: Randall - Rivinus, n.d.
  11 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: R: Roach - Ryan, n.d.
  12 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: S: Salmons - Shannon, n.d.
  13 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: S: Shea - Small, n.d.
  14 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: S: Smith - Sycke, n.d.
  15 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: T: Taylor - Typewriter, n.d.
  16 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: U-V, n.d.
  17 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: W: Walker - Whitney, n.d.
  18 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: W: Wilbur - Wylie; Y-Z: York - Zimmerman, n.d.
  19 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: Requests to Governors for Copies of their Address to Legislature Speeches, 1/1919
  20 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: Requests to Federal and State Agencies, Universities and Publishers, and Private Organizations for Publications in the Field of Reconstruction, 10/11/1918-12/2/1918
  21 Secretary Correspondence: Miscellaneous: Requests to Federal and State Agencies, Universities and Publishers, and Private Organizations for Publications in the Field of Reconstruction, 1/6/1919-4/7/1919
  22 Employment Bureau Records: U. S. Department of Labor, U.S. Employment Service: Outline of Program to Establish Cooperative Employment Bureaus, 12/1/1918-12/4/1918
  23 Employment Bureau Records: Reconstruction Committee: Outline of Program to Establish an Employment Bureau in Cooperation with the U.S. Employment Service, 12/9/1918-1/28/1919, n.d.
  24 Employment Bureau Records: Directions to Secretaries, n.d.
  25 Employment Bureau Records: Cost Sheets: Individual Employment Offices, Nationwide Summaries, 7/31/1919-1/20/1920
  26 Employment Bureau Records: Cost Sheets: Individual Employment Offices, Number of Men Engaged in Employment Work by States, Salary List, 1/1919-12/1919
  27 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Nationwide Summaries and Abstracts, 1/31/1919-12/31/1919
  28 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Albany, New York, 2/15/1919-6/28/1919
  29 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Albany, New York, 7/5/1919-9/30/1919
  30 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Albany, Oregon, 3/8/1919-7/19/1919
  31 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Astoria, Oregon, 6/21/1919-3/21/1920
  32 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Aurora, Illinois, 4/26/1919-6/7/1919
  33 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Baltimore, Maryland, 4/19/1919-7/26/1919
  34 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Baltimore, Maryland, 8/2/1919-11/29/1919
  35 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Buffalo, New York, 3/1/1919-5/31/1919
  36 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Buffalo, New York, 6/7/1919-7/26/1919
  37 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Buffalo, New York, 8/2/1919-8/30/1919
  38 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Buffalo, New York, 9/6/1919-12/27/1919
  39 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Butte, Montana, 3/5/1919-1/24/1920
  40 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Chicago, Illinois, 3/15/1919-9/13/1919
  41 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Denver, Colorado, 3/8/1919-3/31/1920
  42 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Des Moines, Iowa, 4/12/1919-8/31/1919
  43 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Detroit, Michigan, 2/15/1919-9/13/1919
  44 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Duluth, Minnesota, 7/19/1919-3/13/1920
  45 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Kansas City, Missouri, 4/26/1919-10/25/1919
  46 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Kansas City, Missouri, 11/1/1919-2/28/1920
  47 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Lincoln, Nebraska, 5/10/1919-7/26/1919
  48 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Los Angeles, California, 2/22/1919-11/15/1919
  49 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Louisville, Kentucky, 3/8/1919-7/26/1919
  50 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Louisville, Kentucky, 8/2/1919-9/27/1919
  51 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 4/5/1919-10/15/1919
  52 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Minneapolis, Minnesota, 4/5/1919-2/14/1920
  53 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New Orleans, Louisiana, 5/3/1919-10/25/1919
  54 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 5/24/1919-11/29/1919
  55 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street: Daily Reports, 1/16/1919-2/20/1919
  56 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 2/21/1919-3/20/1919
  57 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 3/21/1919-4/19/1919
  58 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 4/21/1919-5/31/1919
  59 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 6/2/1919-7/26/1919
  60 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 15 East 30th Street, 8/2/1919-11/29/1919
  61 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: Manhattan and Bronx, 1/31/1919-5/17/1919
  62 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 505 Pearl Street, 5/17/1919-6/28/1919
  63 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 505 Pearl Street, 7/5/1919-8/30/1919
  64 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 505 Pearl Street, 9/6/1919-11/29/1919
  65 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: Broadway and 46th Street, 1/20/1919-5/24/1919
  66 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: City Hall, Park Street, 1/21/1919-5/16/1919
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25 1 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: Morton Street, 1/23/1919-3/19/1919
  2 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 105 West 40th Street, 1/21/1919-5/5/1919
  3 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 305 East 23rd Street, 1/28/1919-5/16/1919
  4 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 348 East 146th Street, 1/29/1919-5/16/1919
  5 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: New York, New York: 641 Lexington Avenue, 367 123rd Street, 5th Avenue and 126th Street, 1440 Broadway, 1/21/1919-5/3/1919
  6 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Newark, New Jersey, 5/17/1919-12/3/1919
  7 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Norfolk, Virginia, 5/31/1919-12/31/1919
  8 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Omaha, Nebraska, 3/15/1919-3/20/1919
  9 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1/31/1919-6/28/1919
  10 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 7/5/1919-7/26/1919
  11 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 8/1/1919-8/30/1919
  12 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 9/6/1919-1/17 /1919
  13 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Williamsburg, Virginia, 5/31/1919-10/10/1919; 5/31/1919
  14 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Portland, Oregon: P.J. Hanley, 1/14/1919-11/2/1919
  15 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Portland, Oregon: 364 Taylor Street, 2/18/1919-10/25/1919
  16 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Portland, Oregon: 243 Couch Street, 5/10/1919-3/27/1920
  17 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Providence, Rhode Island, 3/29/1919-9/30/1919
  18 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Pueblo, Colorado, 10/4/1919-3/22/1920
  19 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Rochester, New York, 2/22/1919-5/31/1919
  20 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Rochester, New York, 6/7/1919-9/30/1919
  21 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: St. Louis, Missouri, 2/22/1919-11/1/1919
  22 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: St. Paul, Minnesota, 4/5/1919-11/29/1919
  23 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Salt Lake City, Utah, 3/10/1919-2/21/1920
  24 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: San Francisco, California, 2/15/1919-3/27/1920
  25 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Seattle, Washington, 2/15/1919-3/21/1920
  26 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Spokane, Washington, 2/22/1919-11/29/1919
  27 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Syracuse, New York, 3/8/1919-6/28/1919
  28 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Syracuse, New York, 7/3/1919-9/30/1919
  29 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Tacoma, Washington, 2/15/1919-9/20/1919
  30 Employment Bureau Records: Weekly Reports: Washington, DC, 12/27/1919-3/20/1920
  31 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 2/6/1919-3/12/1919
  32 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 3/18/1919-5/14/1919
  33 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 5/19/1919-6/21/1919
  34 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 6/23/1919-7/14/1919
  35 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 7/16/1919-8/15/1919
  36 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 8/19/1919-9/15/1919
  37 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Eastern Director, 9/16/1919-2/13/1920
  38 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 12/30/1918-1/31/1919
  39 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 2/1/1919-2/15/1919
  40 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 2/16/1919-2/28/1919
  41 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 3/1/1919-3/15/1919
  42 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 3/16/1919-3/31/1919
  43 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 4/1/1919-4/15/1919
  44 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 4/16/1919-4/30/1919
  45 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 5/1/1919-5/30/1919
  46 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 6/7/1919-6/14/1919
  47 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 6/16/1919-6/30/1919
  48 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 7/2/1919-7/15/1919
  49 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 7/18/1919-7/31/1919
  50 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 8/1/1919-8/29/1919
  51 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 9/2/1919-9/25/1919, n.d.
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26 1 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 10/4/1919-10/31/1919
  2 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Western Director, 11/4/1919-5/13/1920
  3 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Albany, New York, 2/12/1919-5/31/1919
  4 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Albany, New York, 6/3/1919-8/13/1919
  5 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Albany, New York, 8/16/1919-10/1/1919
  6 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Aurora, Illinois, 7/28/1919-10/21/1919
  7 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Baltimore, Maryland, 4/21/1919-12/17/1919
  8 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Boston, Massachusetts, 12/16/1918-2/27/1919
  9 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Boston, Massachusetts, 3/1/1918-3/31/1919
  10 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Boston, Massachusetts, 4/2/1919-7/16/1919
  11 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Buffalo, New York, 2/24/1919-5/31/1919
  12 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Buffalo, New York, 6/3/1919-8/31/1919
  13 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Buffalo, New York, 9/2/1919-10/27/1919
  14 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Buffalo, New York, 11/1/1919-1/14/1920
  15 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Butte, Montana, 2/19/1919-6/28/1919
  16 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Butte, Montana, 7/3/1919-11/11/1919
  17 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Chicago, Illinois, 12/16/1918-3/27/1919
  18 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Chicago, Illinois, 4/3/1919-9/23/1919
  19 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Columbus, Ohio, 2/14/1919-4/5/1919
  20 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Denver, Colorado, 2/28/1919-10/20/1919
  21 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Des Moines, Iowa, 4/3/1919-8/3/1919
  22 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Detroit, Michigan, 1/13/1919-3/26/1919
  23 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Detroit, Michigan, 4/3/1919-5/31/1919
  24 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Detroit, Michigan, 6/3/1919-10/2/1919
  25 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Duluth, Minnesota, 7/9/1919-8/31/1919
  26 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Duluth, Minnesota, 9/2/1919-3/19/1920
  27 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Kansas City, Missouri, 4/29/1919-10/15/1919
  28 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Lincoln, Nebraska, 5/4/1919-7/28/1919
  29 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Los Angeles, California, 2/8/1919-3/29/1919
  30 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Los Angeles, California, 4/1/1919-7/28/1919
  31 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Los Angeles, California, 8/2/1919-11/14/1919
  32 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 1/29/1919-3/14/1919
  33 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 3/15/1919-3/31/1919
  34 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 4/1/1919-4/30/1919
  35 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 5/3/1919-5/31/1919
  36 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 6/2/1919-7/30/1919
  37 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Louisville, Kentucky, 8/1/1919-12/22/1919
  38 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 3/31/1919-6/30/1919
  39 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 7/9/1919-10/10/1919
  40 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Minneapolis, Minnesota, 3/31/1919-1/14/1920
  41 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New Jersey, 12/30/1918-7/21/1919
  42 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New Orleans, Louisiana, 4/18/1919-5/28/1920
  43 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: District Supervisor, 1/14/1919-2/26/1919
  44 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: District Supervisor, 3/5/1919-3/29/1919
  45 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: District Supervisor, 4/1/1919-4/29/1919
  46 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: District Supervisor, 5/2/1919-8/1/1919
  47 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: District Supervisor, 10/6/1919-12/5/1919
  48 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Statistical Reports, 1/31/1919-3/29/1919
  49 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Statistical Reports, 4/5/1919-5/24/1919
  50 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 1/23/1919-7/30/1919
        Administrative Correspondence with N.C. War Council and U.S. Employment Agency
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27 1 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 8/1/1919-11/9/1919
        Administrative Correspondence with N.C. War Council and U.S. Employment Agency
  2 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 1/10/1919-1/31/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  3 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 2/1/1919-2/26/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  4 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 3/1/1919-3/31/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  5 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 4/2/1919-4/26/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  6 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 5/1/1919-5/28/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  7 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 6/2/1919-6/18/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  8 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 6/18/1919-6/25/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  9 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 6/26/1919-6/30/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  10 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 7/1/1919-7/31/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  11 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 8/1/1919-8/30/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  12 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 9/1/1919-9/10/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  13 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 9/11/1919-9/22/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  14 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 9/23/1919-9/30/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  15 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 10/1/1919-10/16/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  16 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 10/17/1919-10/27/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  17 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 10/28/1919-10/31/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  18 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 11/1/1919-11/29/1919
        General Correspondence: Employment
  19 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 12/1/1919-12/5/1919, n.d.
        General Correspondence: Employment
  20 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, n.d.
        General Correspondence: Employment
  21 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 2/10/1919-8/13/1919
        Submarine Boat Company
  22 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 9/8/1919-10/8/1919
        Submarine Boat Company
  23 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 10/9/1919-11/22/1919
        Submarine Boat Company
  24 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: New York, New York: Cardinal Farley Club, 6/9/1919-11/29/1919
        Expense Accounts
  25 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Newark, New Jersey, 5/7/1919-7/29/1919
  26 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Newark, New Jersey, 8/1/1919-11/25/1919
  27 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Norfolk, Virginia, 5/3/1919-7/28/1919
  28 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Norfolk, Virginia, 8/2/1919-9/27/1919
  29 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Norfolk, Virginia, 10/1/1919-1/3/1920
  30 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Omaha, Nebraska, 3/7/1919-4/29/1919
  31 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Omaha, Nebraska, 5/2/1919-7/28/1919
  32 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Omaha, Nebraska, 8/1/1919-10/29/1919
  33 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Omaha, Nebraska, 11/1/1919-3/30/1920
  34 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 12/24/1918-12/31/1918
  35 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1/2/1919-1/15/1919
  36 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1/16/1919-1/30/1919
  37 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2/4/1919-2/28/1919
  38 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 3/3/1919-4/26/1919
  39 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 5/1/1919-6/30/1919
  40 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 7/3/1919-11/25/1919
  41 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 12/3/1919-5/15/1920
  42 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1/16/1919-6/25/1919
  43 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 7/1/1919-1/27/1920
  44 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Portland, Oregon, 1/22/1919-4/25/1919
  45 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Portland, Oregon, 5/15/1919-9/30/1919
  46 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Portland, Oregon, 10/7/1919-11/28/1919
  47 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Portland, Oregon, 12/1/1919-12/31/1919
  48 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Portland, Oregon, 1/2/1920-3/30/1920
  49 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Providence, Rhode Island, 3/22/1919-4/29/1919
  50 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Providence, Rhode Island, 5/1/1919-5/27/1919
  51 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Providence, Rhode Island, 6/6/1919-8/30/1919
  52 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Providence, Rhode Island, 9/2/1919-10/1/1919
  53 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Rochester, New York, 2/19/1919-4/29/1919
  54 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Rochester, New York, 5/5/1919-10/1/1919
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28 1 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Louis, Missouri, 2/3/1919-3/28/1919
  2 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Louis, Missouri, 4/3/1919-7/28/1919
  3 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Louis, Missouri, 8/1/1919-11/26/1919
  4 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Paul, Minnesota, 3/31/1919-7/31/1919
  5 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Paul, Minnesota, 8/1/1919-10/21/1919
  6 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: St. Paul, Minnesota, 11/3/1919-12/6/1919
  7 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Salt Lake City, Utah, 2/24/1919-11/20/1919
  8 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: San Francisco, California, 2/4/1919-3/29/1919
  9 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: San Francisco, California, 4/2/1919-6/28/1919
  10 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: San Francisco, California, 7/3/1919-9/27/1919
  11 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: San Francisco, California, 10/1/1919-3/27/1920
  12 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Seattle, Washington, 1/22/1919-3/24/1919
  13 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Seattle, Washington, 4/1/1919-11/5/1919
  14 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Spokane, Washington, 2/7/1919-4/30/1919
  15 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Spokane, Washington, 5/3/1919-11/13/1919
  16 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Syracuse, New York, 2/21/1919-3/29/1919
  17 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Syracuse, New York, 4/1/1919-4/28/1919
  18 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Syracuse, New York, 5/3/1919-7/12/1919
  19 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Tacoma, Washington, 2/8/1919-4/28/1919
  20 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Tacoma, Washington, 5/5/1919-9/1/1919
  21 Employment Bureau Records: Correspondence: Washington, District of Columbia (DC), 12/14/1919-12/13/1920
  22 Employment Bureau Records: Constitution and Outline; Schematic Blueprint: Soldiers Employment Clearing House, c. June 1919
  23 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Draft Proposals for CSWA Sponsored Social Service departments attached to Catholic hospitals and bureaus for the Homecare of Sick or Disabled Veterans, n.d.
  24 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Diocesan List of United States hospitals, n.d.
  25 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Draft Contracts, Lists, Regulations, Questionnaires, n.d.
  26 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Reports, December 1918 - December 1920
  27 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Name and Address Slips: Social Workers, n.d.
  28 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Correspondence: Secretary, Rev. John O'Grady, 1/14/1919-10/10/1919
  29 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Correspondence: Secretary, Rev. John O'Grady, 1/30/1920-11/17/1920
  30 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Monthly Reports, Accounts and Receipted Bills: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1/19/1920-5/31/1920
  31 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Monthly Reports, Accounts and Receipted Bills: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 6/1/1920-9/1/1920
  32 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Monthly Reports, Accounts and Receipted Bills: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 10/1/1920-1/24/1921
  33 Hospital Social Service Bureau Records: Monthly Reports, Accounts and Receipted Bills: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 2/2/1921-4/30/1921