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Edith Elmer Wood papers, 1900-1943

Summary Information

Abstract

Edith Elmer Wood (1871-1945) was a US housing reformer. As lobbyist, writer, and government consultant, she helped define New Deal housing policy. After graduating from Smith College in 1890, she wrote fiction and undertook settlement house work before launching her influential, life-long career in housing reforms. The bulk of the collection is letters but other kinds of material is included, such as drawings, blueprints, manuscripts, maps, photographs, pamphlets, news clippings and hotel receipts.

At a Glance

Bib ID 3460606 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Wood, Edith Elmer, 1871-1945 ; Columbia University. Teachers College ; Iowa State College. Department of Home Economics
Title Edith Elmer Wood papers, 1900-1943
Physical Description 72 manuscript boxes
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is available for use by qualified readers by appointment in the Dept. of Archives & Drawings' Reading Room, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University. The majority of this collection is maintained in off-site storage and must retrieved with advance notification. For further information and to make an appointment to use this collection, please call (212) 854-4110 or email avery-drawings@libraries.columbia.edu.

Arrangement

Description

Scope and Content

The Edith Elmer Wood Collection covers a short but important period in the housing field. The bulk of the collection spans from 1917-1943. Papers consist primarily of correspondence, architectural drawings and blueprints, manuscripts, maps, photographs, clippings, pamphlets, press releases, reports, notebooks, legal documents, and miscellaneous documents are also included.

The collection documents, among other things, Wood's involvement as member, officer, or consultant with the U.S. government housing agencies, and national, regional, state, city, and international housing organizations. Organizations include United States Public Works Administration, 1930s-1940s; U.S. Housing Authority, 1930s-1940s; President's Conference on House Building and Home Ownership, 1930s; U.S. Dept. of Commerce, 1920s-1940s; New Jersey State Housing Authority, 1930s-1940s; National Association of Housing Officials, 1930s-1940s; National Housing Association, 1910s-1930s; National Public Housing Conference, 1930s-1940s; International Housing Association, 1920s-1940s; organizations in California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and particularly New York and New Jersey. Wood's correspondence, circa 1900s-1930s, with housing groups in Belgium, Italy, France, Germany, Holland, Norway, Spain, and particularly Great Britain, is included.

The collection also includes correspondence (with related legal documents, clippings, and reports) relating to housing legislation in the U.S., New York, New Jersey (including the Wagner-Ellenbogen bill); course outlines, reading lists, examinations, correspondence, notes, and other instructional material from courses Wood taught at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the Dept. of Home Economics at Iowa State College; manuscripts of lectures and speeches with related correspondence; and photographs, biographical essays, and miscellaneous documents.

When the collection was donated to Avery Library descriptive labels were on the manuscript boxes. It was discovered though that the labels did not necessarily correspond to the contents of the boxes. More concise identifying labels were needed. In some instances, attempts had been made to organize material within the boxes. When possible, the original arrangement was used. When several pieces of correspondence were found clamped together or enclosed in the same envelope, they were usually left that way. This was due to the assumption that Dr. Wood or her secretary had arranged them in that manner because of some kind of relationship between the pieces of material. If the date was lacking on the correspondence, the postmarked date from the envelope was bracketed on the letter in pencil.

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Access Restrictions

This collection is available for use by qualified readers by appointment in the Dept. of Archives & Drawings' Reading Room, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University. The majority of this collection is maintained in off-site storage and must retrieved with advance notification. For further information and to make an appointment to use this collection, please call (212) 854-4110 or email avery-drawings@libraries.columbia.edu.

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Preferred Citation

Edith Elmer Wood papers. Dept. of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.

Acquisition

The Edith Elmer Wood papers were donated by her sons in 1947 (accession number 1947.003).

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library

Processing Information

Inventory arranged and finding aid written by Mattye Laverne Brandon in 1973. Shelley Hayreh (Avery Archivist) edited and published the finding aid for the collection in 2011.

Revision Description

2009-06-25 File created.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

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History / Biographical Note

Biography

Edith Elmer Wood, born in Portmouth, New Hampshire, on September 24, 1871, was the daughter of U.S. Navy Commander Horace and Adele (Wiley) Elmer. She received her Bachelor's degree from Smith College in 1890 and was awarded the M.A. degree and the Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1917, 1919, respectively. She also graduated from the New York School of Social Work in 1917.

Edith Elmer was married to U.S. Navy Lt. Albert Norton Wood on June 24, 1893. He died in 1933. Two of their sons, Horace Elmer and Thurston Elmer also died during Dr. Wood's lifetime. The remaining two, Horace Elmer II and Albert Elmer succeeded her.

Dr. Wood was considered a professional writer as of 1890. Activities for which she is known today began in 1906 when she founded and presided over the Anti-Tuberculosis League of Puerto Rico in 1906, 1907, 1909. She became the honorary president of the League in 1908 and was also a delegate to the International Tuberculosis Congress during that year.

She was chairman of the National Committee on Housing of the American Association of University Women from 1917-1929. She was in charge of courses on housing at the Columbia University extension from 1926-1930, 1936, 1937. She was a consultant to the Housing Division of the Public Works Administration from 1933-1937; a consultant of the United State Housing Authority from 1934-1937; Vice-president of the National Public Housing Conference from 1932-1936 and a director from 1936-1945; a member of the executive committee of the International Housing Association from 1931-1937, and she belonged to academic fraternities including the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.

Publications Dr. Wood authored are: Her Provincial Cousin, 1983, Shoulder Straps and Sunbonnets, 1901, The Spirit of the Service, 1903, An Oberland Chalet, 1910, The Housing of the Unskilled Wage Earner, 1919, Housing Progress in Western Europe, 1923, Recent Trends in American Housing, 1931, Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States, (P.W.A. Housing Division Bulletin), 1935 and Introduction to Housing Facts and Principles, 1939. She also contributed material to magazines and newspapers.

Although Dr. Wood traveled extensively, she considered her permanent home to be Cape May Court House, New Jersey. She died on April 29, 1945 and was buried in the U.S. Naval Academy Cemetery in Annapolis, Maryland.

(Information taken from the January, 1947 issue of International Who's Who.)

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Series I: Organizations


Subseries 1: U.S. Government


EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTS NATIONAL RESOURCES PLANNING BOARD. SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN



Box 01 Folder 01 Development Plan

Preliminary Draft, confidential.



Box 01 Folder 02 Itinerary and travel authorization



Box 01 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1941 May-Jun



Box 01 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1941 Jul-Aug



Box 01 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1941 Sept-Nov



Box 01 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1942



Box 01 Folder 07 Communities affected by national defense programs



Box 01 Folder 08 Southern Regions of the United States, by Howard W. Odum

Includes notes by EEW.



Box 01 Folder 09 Introduction to the plan for regional development of the Southeast, by Rupert B. Vance

Preliminary Outline.



Box 01 Folder 10 Housing and health study, relationship of, in Birmingham, AL and Memphis, TN



Box 01 Folder 11 Essays, "Tennessee Valley looks to the future," and "TVA's low cost houses Hiwassee Dam"



Box 01 Folder 12 Building America, statistics and notes, 1942


FEDERAL PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY



Box 01 Folder 13 Information releases, war housing



Box 01 Folder 14 Travel vouchers, 1942



Box 01 Folder 15 National Housing Agency, Federal Public Housing Authority Telephone Directory, 1942



Box 01 Folder 16 Correspondence



Box 01 Folder 17 Correspondence

Herbert Emmerich, Commissioner.



Box 01 Folder 18 Correspondence

Ora Lee Patrick, Commissioner.



Box 01 Folder 19 Housing Management Training, Jean Coman, Chief



Box 01 Folder 20 War Housing, Racial relations, African Americans



Box 01 Folder 21 War Housing, Occupancy Standard



Box 01 Folder 22 Statistics



Box 01 Folder 23 News clippings


RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION AND FEDERAL HOME LOAN BOARD



Box 02 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1932



Box 02 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1933, 1935, 1936

Letters to President Roosevelt.



Box 02 Folder 03 Speeches, 1936

Helen Duey Hoffman, at the National Association for Childhood Education, Apr 30, 1936;

Statement by Mr. Harry C. Bates, before the Committee on Banking and Currency to provide for defense housing under the FHA program.



Box 02 Folder 04 Series III: Legislation



Box 02 Folder 05 News clippings



Box 02 Folder 06 to 07 Pamphlets, loose

Congressional Record . 2nd congress. 1st session. Vol 75, No. 143. Jun 7, 1932;

Stein, Clarence. "Outline for Community housing procedure,"Architectural Forum. May, 1932;

Safeguarding the Nations Homes;

How to have the home you want.


PRESIDENT'S CONFERENCE ON HOME BUILDING AND HOME OWNERSHIP - COMMITTEE RESEARCH I, 1931



Box 02 Folder 08 Outline of Conference, preliminary



Box 02 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1930-1932

General.



Box 02 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1931 May-Jun

Reports.



Box 02 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1931 Aug

Reports.



Box 02 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1931 Sep

Reports.



Box 02 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1931 Oct

Reports.



Box 02 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1931 Nov

Reports.



Box 02 Folder 15 Correspondence, 1931 Dec

Reports.



Box 03 Folder 01 Research Committee, Memoranda



Box 03 Folder 02 Research Committee, "B"

Reports.



Box 03 Folder 03 Research Reports, undated



Box 03 Folder 04 Committee on Standards and Objectives


PRESIDENT'S CONFERENCE ON HOME BUILDING AND HOME OWNERSHIPS - COMMITTEE RESEARCH II, 1931



Box 03 Folder 05 Committee on Standards and Objectives



Box 03 Folder 06 Committee on Standards and Objectives



Box 03 Folder 07 Committee on Standards and Objectives

Tentative reports.



Box 03 Folder 08 Committee on Relationship of Income and the Home



Box 03 Folder 09 Committee on Home Furnishing and Decoration



Box 03 Folder 10 Committee on Blighted Areas and Slums



Box 04 Folder 01 Committee on Housing and the Community

Research Committee "B," Housing survey techniques.



Box 04 Folder 02 "Proposal of a program of defense housing which will produce results," Confidential



Box 04 Folder 03 American housing

Galley proofs.



Box 04 Folder 04 News clippings



Box 04 Folder 05 to 12 Reports, loose, 1932

Tentative committee repots. No., 1-25, A-F (No. B missing)Large scale housing. Final Report of Committee on Large Scale Operations.


FEDERAL PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY, I



Box 05 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1932



Box 05 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1933 Jun-Aug



Box 05 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1933 Sep-Oct



Box 05 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1933 Nov-Dec



Box 05 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1934 May-Apr



Box 05 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1934 Jun-Aug



Box 05 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1934 Sep-Dec



Box 05 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1935 Jan-Apr



Box 05 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1933

Detroit, Michigan Housing Project.



Box 05 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1933

Notes, brochures.



Box 05 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1933 Nov

Atlantic City, N.J.



Box 05 Folder 12 Travel vouchers, time sheets



Box 05 Folder 13 News clippings


PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY, II (Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States, MSS and Research)



Box 06 Folder 01 U.S. Cities, data



Box 06 Folder 02 U.S. Cities, data

Philadelphia, Chicago.



Box 06 Folder 03 Delinquency Survey, 1934

Slum Clearance Committee of New York.



Box 06 Folder 04 Data



Box 06 Folder 05 Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States



Box 06 Folder 06 Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States

Revisions.



Box 06 Folder 07 "Slums clearance and re-housing of low income groups, a national necessity"

The committee of the costs of medical care.



Box 06 Folder 08 Response to publication

Correspondence.


PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY, III, 1934-1935



Box 06 Folder 09 Correspondence



Box 06 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1934 Mar-Apr



Box 06 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1934 May-Dec



Box 06 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1935 Jan-Mar



Box 06 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1935 Apr-May



Box 07 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1935 Jun-Jul



Box 07 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1935 Aug-Oct



Box 07 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1935 Nov-Dec



Box 07 Folder 04 Notes, undated



Box 07 Folder 05 Travel vouchers



Box 07 Folder 06 Memorandum, PWA Research and Information, 1935-1936



Box 07 Folder 07 Workers' Housing Corporation Project, 1934

Minneapolis.



Box 07 Folder 08 Legislation


PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY, IV, 1935-1937



Box 07 Folder 09 Low rent housing, U.S. government program



Box 07 Folder 10 Travel vouchers, 1936-1937



Box 07 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1936-1937



Box 07 Folder 12 Distribution, cost and responsibilities research, 1935



Box 07 Folder 13 Research projects, tentative



Box 08 Folder 01 "Report on European Housing", 1937

Correspondence.



Box 08 Folder 02 European Housing Project

Series of confidential reports to the Housing Division of P.W.A. by William V. Reed.



Box 08 Folder 03 Correspondence

Secretary of the Interior, Harold Icks.



Box 08 Folder 04 to 05 The George Healy Act and Housing in American Cities, 1937



Box 08 Folder 06 News releases, 1937


PUBLIC WORKS AUTHORITY, V, 1938-1942



Box 08 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1938-1939



Box 08 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1940



Box 08 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1941-1942



Box 08 Folder 10 Income Limits and Rents, 1940

Drafts.



Box 08 Folder 11 Press releases



Box 08 Folder 12 Income Limits and Rents



Box 08 Folder 13 News clippings


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, I



Box 09 Folder 01 Charts, building materials, 1921-1928



Box 09 Folder 02 City Planning

Reports and surveys.



Box 09 Folder 03 Light and Ventilation

Reports.



Box 09 Folder 04 Zoned municipalities

Reports.



Box 09 Folder 05 Zoning, planning, building

Reports.



Box 09 Folder 06 Report of the committee on zoning

Handwritten by EEW.



Box 09 Folder 07 Technical information on building materials



Box 09 Folder 08 Economic Advisory Committee to the President's Unemployment Conference

Reports.



Box 09 Folder 09 Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1925-1926



Box 09 Folder 10 Pamphlets, 1924-1927

Ford, George B.,Standard for improved housing laws,1927;

Hoover, Herbert, Second National Conference on Street and Highway Safety,1926;

National Conference on Street and Highway Safety,Report of the Committee on Metropolitan Traffic Facilities,1926;

Veiller, Lawrence, Mistakes to be avoided in zoning,1923;

Virginia municipal Review(Vol 1, no. 3, Mar), 1924;

Own Your Home: A handbook for prospective homeowners,1923;

A Standard State Zoning Enabling Act under which municipalities may adopt zoning regulations, 1924;

Seasonal Operations in the Construction Industries,1924.



Box 09 Folder 11 News clippings


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. II. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, 1925-1930



Box 09 Folder 09 Census - Population, agriculture, ownership, dwellings and New York families, 1920, 1930



Box 09 Folder 13 Population schedules



Box 09 Folder 14 "The statistics of room congestion – Their purpose and technique," Cooperating individuals and organizations, List



Box 09 Folder 15 Magazines, pamphlets, 1921-1935

The Survey,Jan 8, 1921;

The Detroit Educational Bulletin,Oct, 1925;

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census of Business, 1935;

Annual Report of the Director of the Census to the Secretary of Commerce for the fiscal year ended Jun 30, 1928.



Box 10 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1925



Box 10 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1929 Jan-1930 Apr



Box 10 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1930 May-Jun



Box 10 Folder 05 Census of England and Wales, 1921



Box 10 Folder 06 News clippings


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. III. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, 1940



Box 10 Folder 07 Census information

Announcements and bulletins.



Box 10 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1932-1942



Box 10 Folder 09 Writings and reports by EEW

"Rental of the working class housing in the United States of America";

Monthly Labor Review tables,Oct, 1936;

Fifteenth Census of the United States;

Tables.



Box 10 Folder 10 Housing

Memphis, Tennessee; Hamond, Indiana; Nevada; and Arizona.



Box 10 Folder 11 Series Ph1-Ph3, Population and Housing Units



Box 10 Folder 12 Series H2-H5, Housing



Box 10 Folder 13 Series H6-H13, Housing



Box 10 Folder 14 Population - Industrial classification of persons 14 years and over in the labor force



Box 10 Folder 15 Census schedule, Agriculture



Box 11 Folder 01 Census schedule, New Jersey



Box 11 Folder 02 Census schedule, New Jersey



Box 11 Folder 03 Population, Summary


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



Box 11 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1924-1941



Box 11 Folder 05 MSS



Box 11 Folder 06 Farm Housing Statistics



Box 11 Folder 07 Bureau of Home Economics, Study of Consumer Purchases



Box 11 Folder 08 Bureau of Home Economics, Home making



Box 11 Folder 09 News clippings



Box 11 Folder 10 Bulletins, Wallace Ashby

"Farm House Plans";

"U.S. Department of Agriculture.Farmers Bulletin No. 1738Oct, 1934;

Bowman, Isaiah. "Jordan Country". Reprinted fromThe Geographical Review, (Vol. XXI, No. 1) Jan 1931;

Kirkpatrick, E.L. "Family Living in Farm Houses", U.S. Department of Agriculture, Dept. Bulletin 1214;

Kirkpatrick, E.K., "The Farmer's Standard of Living", U.S. Department of Agriculture, Dept. Bulletin No. 1466. Nov, 1926;

Nason, W.C., "The organization of Rural Community Buildings", U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers Bulletin No. 1192, Jun, 1921;

Rankin, J.O. Housing and House Operation Costs on Nebraska Farms. Issued by the University of Nebraska, College of agriculture, Experiment Station. Bulletin 264, Nov, 1931;

Rankin, J.O. Nebraska Farm Homes. Issued by Agriculture Experiment Station of the University of Nebraska and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bulletin 191, May, 1923;

"Farm mortgage indebtedness in the United States";

"Greenbelt Towns"


UNITED STATES HOUSING AUTHORITY, I, 1937-1942



Box 11 Folder 11 Correspondence, Operational business, 1937



Box 11 Folder 12 Travel authorization, 1938



Box 11 Folder 13 Correspondence, General Business, 1938 Jan-Apr



Box 11 Folder 14 Correspondence, General Business, 1938 May-Jul



Box 11 Folder 15 Correspondence, General Business, 1938 Aug-Oct



Box 12 Folder 01 Correspondence, General Business, 1938 Nov



Box 12 Folder 02 Correspondence, General Business, 1938 Dec



Box 12 Folder 03 Low rent public housing projects, 1938

Memoranda and Bulletin drafts.



Box 12 Folder 04 Edith Elmer Wood, "A Handbook on Housing Facts"



Box 12 Folder 05 Travel authorization, 1939



Box 12 Folder 06 Correspondence, General Business, 1939 Jan



Box 12 Folder 07 Correspondence, General Business, 1939 Feb



Box 12 Folder 08 Correspondence, General Business, 1939 Mar


UNITED STATES HOUSING AUTHORITY, II



Box 12 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1939 Apr-May



Box 12 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1939 Jun



Box 12 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1939 Aug



Box 12 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1939 Sep



Box 12 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1939 Oct-Nov



Box 12 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1939 Dec



Box 12 Folder 15 European Tour, 1939 Apr-Jul



Box 13 Folder 01 News clippings



Box 13 Folder 02 Travel Authorization, 1940



Box 13 Folder 03 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Jan



Box 13 Folder 04 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Feb



Box 13 Folder 05 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Mar



Box 13 Folder 06 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Apr



Box 13 Folder 07 Correspondence, Business, 1940 May



Box 13 Folder 08 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Jun-Jul



Box 13 Folder 09 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Aug-Sept



Box 13 Folder 10 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Oct-Nov



Box 13 Folder 11 Correspondence, Business, 1940 Dec


UNITED STATES HOUSING AUTHORITY, III



Box 13 Folder 12 White House Conference on Children in a Democracy, 1930-1940



Box 13 Folder 13 Travel authorization



Box 14 Folder 01 General, Business Correspondence, 1941 Jan-Mar



Box 14 Folder 02 General, Business Correspondence, 1941 Apr



Box 14 Folder 03 General, Business Correspondence, 1941 May



Box 14 Folder 04 General, Business Correspondence, 1941 Jun-Jul



Box 14 Folder 05 General, Business Correspondence, 1941 Aug-Dec



Box 14 Folder 06 U.S.H.A. slide film, 1941



Box 14 Folder 07 Correspondence



Box 14 Folder 08 U.S. National Housing Agency, organization structure



Box 14 Folder 09 Standards and requirements for USHA aided projects, Summary



Box 14 Folder 10 USHA Bulletin, Policy and procedure

Bulletin No. 1. Acquisition of land; Bulletin No. 2. Room count; Bulletin No. 17. Definition of terms.



Box 14 Folder 11 to 12 Bulletin No. 24, Income limits and rents



Box 14 Folder 13 Property inventory. Cleveland, Ohio



Box 14 Folder 14 News clippings


UNITED STATES HOUSING AUTHORITY, IV



Box 14 Folder 15 Estimates of the present housing shortage and housing needs from 1940-1950

Manuscript.



Box 15 Folder 01 Introduction to housing facts and principles

Manuscript.



Box 15 Folder 02 "The Urban Housing Problem in the South"

Manuscript.



Box 15 Folder 03 Health and housing



Box 15 Folder 04 Home operational costs



Box 15 Folder 05 Defense housing



Box 15 Folder 06 Delinquency, cities

Research notes.



Box 15 Folder 07 Farm housing

Research notes.



Box 15 Folder 08 Low income housing

Research notes.



Box 15 Folder 09 Low rent housing

Manuscript.



Box 15 Folder 10 Rents and income

Charts and tables.



Box 15 Folder 11 Census, 1940

Housng.



Box 15 Folder 12 House plan, drawing



Box 15 Folder 13 U.S.H.A. publications



Box 15 Folder 14 Miscellaneous charts and tables



Box 15 Folder 15 Miscellaneous notes


Subseries 2: State


NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY, I



Box 15 Folder 16 Minutes, 1934-1935



Box 15 Folder 17 Central District

Reports.



Box 15 Folder 18 Northern District

Reports.



Box 15 Folder 19 Southern Division

Reports.



Box 15 Folder 20 Budget and expenditures



Box 16 Folder 01 Expense vouchers, 1934-1935



Box 16 Folder 02 Job descriptions



Box 16 Folder 03 Operational costs, 1934-1935



Box 16 Folder 04 Personnel, Salaries

Organizational table.



Box 16 Folder 05 Five years plan - Tentative, for slum clearance and low cost housing



Box 16 Folder 06 Works Progress Administration (WPA)

Project proposal.



Box 16 Folder 07 Studies and projects

General Sociological Studies; Program of intensive analytical studies; Special Sociological and Economic Studies and continuing with certain parts of project; Tenants confidential Report. Instructions to Investigators.



Box 16 Folder 08 Correspondence, Personal and confidential, 1935-1945



Box 16 Folder 09 Speaking engagements, 1924-1935



Box 16 Folder 10 State litigation - Laws of 1933, 1933


NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY, II



Box 16 Folder 11 Correspondence, General Business, 1933



Box 16 Folder 12 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Jan-Feb



Box 16 Folder 13 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Apr



Box 16 Folder 14 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 May



Box 16 Folder 15 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Jun



Box 16 Folder 16 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Jul



Box 16 Folder 17 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Aug



Box 16 Folder 18 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Sept



Box 16 Folder 19 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Oct



Box 16 Folder 20 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Nov



Box 17 Folder 01 Correspondence, General Business, 1934 Dec



Box 17 Folder 02 Correspondence, General Business, 1935 Jan



Box 17 Folder 03 Correspondence, General Business, 1935 Feb



Box 17 Folder 04 Correspondence, General Business, 1935 Mar



Box 17 Folder 05 Correspondence, General Business, 1935 Apr



Box 17 Folder 06 Correspondence, General Business, 1935 May


NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY, III



Box 17 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1935 Jun



Box 17 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1935 Jul



Box 17 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1935 Aug



Box 17 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1935 Aug



Box 17 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1935 Sep



Box 17 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1935 Oct



Box 17 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1935 Nov



Box 17 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1935 Dec



Box 17 Folder 15 Correspondence, 1935 Dec



Box 18 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1936 Jan



Box 18 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1936 Feb



Box 18 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1936 Mar – 1937 Mar


NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY, IV



Box 18 Folder 04 General, business correspondence, 1940-1942



Box 18 Folder 05 Annual reports, 1939 Jan, 1940 Jun



Box 18 Folder 06 Correspondence to President Roosevelt regarding termination of housing program



Box 18 Folder 07 Real property inventory

Project proposal.



Box 18 Folder 08 Real property inventory

Five to Ten Year Plan.



Box 18 Folder 09 Real property inventory



Box 18 Folder 10 Real property inventory, Treton, N.J.



Box 18 Folder 11 Radio forum on housing



Box 18 Folder 12 Housing Conditions in American Cities

Tables.



Box 18 Folder 13 Miscellaneous charts and tables



Box 18 Folder 14 Albion Fellows Bacon, "Beauty for Ashes," The Survey



Box 18 Folder 15 Bank forms



Box 18 Folder 16 Notes, flyers



Box 18 Folder 17 Association of Collegiate Alumnae, housing chart

Photograph.



Box 18 Folder 18 Correspondence, undated



Box 18 Folder 19 News clippings



Box 18 Folder 20 Button - New Jersey State Housing Authority - Housing Census


STATE OF NEW YORK - DEPARTMENT AND AGENCIES



Box 19 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1924-1926



Box 19 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1927-1931



Box 19 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1932-1935



Box 19 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1936-1937



Box 19 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1938-1943



Box 19 Folder 06 Bureau of Housing and Regional Planning



Box 19 Folder 07 City of New York, Municipal Assembly



Box 19 Folder 08 Municipal Housing Authority Bill



Box 19 Folder 09 State of New York, Municipal Dwellings Bill



Box 19 Folder 10 Syracuse Housing Authority



Box 19 Folder 11 Tenement house remodeling. New York City. Scaled drawings

Scaled drawings.



Box 19 Folder 12 Reports, Announcements, 1938

State of New York, Dept. of Labor, "Adequate maintenance and protection of health for women workers in New York State."



Box 19 Folder 13 Reports, Cost of living survey

Housing standards for a cost-of-living study under New York State minimum wage law. Semi-confidential;

Figure for 1938 cost of living survey;

Fourth annual cost of living survey.



Box 19 Folder 14 Some aspects of the recent emergency housing legislation in New York by Samuel Mc Cune Lindsay, 1923



Box 19 Folder 15 News clippings



Box 19 Folder 16 News clippings



Box 19 Folder 17 News clippings



Box 19 Folder 18 News clippings


STATE OF NEW YORK - OFFICIAL REPORTS



Box 20 Amalgamated Co-operator; Amalgamated Dwellings, Inc.; Better Homes means United Effort, 1930



Box 20 A Housing Code recommended for use by municipalities of the State of N.Y. by Darwin R. James, 1930



Box 20 Garden Apartments to replace slums, 1924 Apr



Box 20 Laws of New York. Chapter 722; Laws of New York. Chapter 823; Lindsay, Samuel Mc Cune, Some Economic Aspects of the recent emergency housing legislation in New York, 1923



Box 20 Low rent housing - Report of the State Board of Housing to the Governor and legislation of the State of New York, 1939

Legal Document No. 60.



Box 20 Public housing law and Companion Acts, Housing Amendment to the State Constitution, (Article XVIII), N.Y. State, Division of Housing, 1941 Jun 15



Box 20 Report of State Superintendent of Housing to the Governor and the Legislature of the State of New York, 1940 Jan



Box 20 Report of State Superintendent of Housing to the Governor and the Legislature of the State of New York, 1942 Feb



Box 20 Report of the State Board of Housing to the Secretary of State of the State of New York, 1937-1938

Legal Document No. 41 and No. 66.



Box 20 Report of the Commission of Housing and Regional Planning to Gov. Alfred E. Smith and to the Legislature of the State of N.Y. on the Present Status of the Housing Emergency, 1923 Dec 22

Legal Document (1924) No. 43. 2 copies.



Box 20 Report of the Commission of Housing and Regional Planning to Gov. Alfred E. Smith and to the Legislature of the State of N.Y. on Tax exemption of New Housing, 1924 Mar 14

Legal Document (1924) No. 78. 2 copies.



Box 20 Solving the housing problem in N.Y. A plan to finance cooperative homes. A. E. Kazan.



Box 20 State of New York. In Senate Mar 26, 1926. An act to promote the public health and safety by providing for the elimination of unsanitary and dangerous housing conditions, 1926

2 copies.



Box 20 State of New York. In Senate Feb 22, 1926. No. 812. Int. 743. An Act to provide for the construction of housing accommodations., 1926



Box 20 State of New York. In Senate No. 25. Report of the Commission in the matter of the investigation of housing of the people in cities of the second class, 1951 Jan 21



Box 20 State of New York. In Assembly Feb 20, 1940. No. 1496. Int. 1288. An Act providing for and relating to redevelopment companies and investments therein by insurance companies and banks.



Box 20 State of New York. Executive Chamber. Housing Conditions … Mar 26, 1920; State of New York. Exhibit. Preliminary studies of national features and economic development of the state. Commission of housing and regional planning, 1925, 1920, 1925



Box 20 State of New York. Housing bills passed. Sep, 1920 and approved… Sep 27, 1920. –State of New York. Preliminary report of the committee to investigate housing conditions of the state (1920) Leg. Doc. No. 14., 1920



Box 20 State of New York. Message from the Governor transmitting report of the commission of housing and regional planning for permanent housing relief. Leg. Doc. (1926), No. 66., 1926



Box 20 State of New York. Report of the State Board of Housing to Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt and to the Legislature of the State of New York. Leg. Doc. (1929) No. 95; Leg. Doc. (1930) no. 84; Leg. Doc. (1931) No. 84; Leg. Doc. (1932) No. 84., 1929-1932



Box 20 State of New York. Report of the State Board of Housing to Gov. Alfred E. Smith and the Legislature of the State of N.Y. Feb 29, 1928. No. 76. –State of N.Y. Preliminary report of the State Board of Housing to Gov. Alfred E. Smith, 1926 Dec 15, 1926, 1928



Box 20 State of New York. Report of the State Board of Housing to Gov. Herbert E. Lehman and to the Legislature of the State of N.Y. Leg. Doc. (1933) No. 112; Leg. Doc. (1934). No. 41; Leg. Doc. (1935). No. 41; Leg. Doc. (1927) No. 85; Leg. Doc. (1925) No. 91., 1925-1935



Box 20 State of New York. Report of the State Board of Housing on the standard of living of 400 families in a model housing project. The Amalgamated Housing Corporation by Asher Achinstein, 1931 Jul 20, 1931 Jul 20



Box 20 State of New York. Report of the State Board of Housing relative to the housing emergency in New York City and Buffalo and extension of the rent laws. Leg. Doc. (1928) No. 85., 1928



Box 20 State of New York, Regulations of the State Board of Housing



Box 20 Tentative Draft of a bill …. Tenement House Law.


Subseries 3: National


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN, I, 1920-1924



Box 21 Folder 01 Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1918-1920



Box 21 Folder 02 Lists of presidents of branches of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae and of Chairmen of Housing Committees



Box 21 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1921



Box 21 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1922



Box 21 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1923



Box 21 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1924 Jan-Jun



Box 21 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1924 Jul-Dec



Box 21 Folder 08 Reports, housing studies, charts, maps, correspondence



Box 21 Folder 09 Housing of women college students, 1919-1924

Reports and correspondence.


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN, II, 1925-1930



Box 21 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1925



Box 21 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1926



Box 21 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1927



Box 22 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1928 Jan-Mar



Box 22 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1928 Apr



Box 22 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1928 May-Jun



Box 22 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1928 Jul-Sep



Box 22 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1928 Oct-Dec



Box 22 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1929-1930


AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION



Box 22 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1920, 1927



Box 22 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1933-1936



Box 22 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1937



Box 22 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1938



Box 22 Folder 11 American Home Economics Convention, Kansas City, 1937



Box 22 Folder 12 American Home Economics Convention, Pittsburg, Pa., 1938

EEW speech.



Box 22 Folder 13 Oregon State Agricultural College

Bulletins.



Box 22 Folder 14 Farm and Home Economics Conference, Hinds County, Miss., 1931



Box 22 Folder 15 Journal of Home Economics , 1938 Apr


AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION: COMMITTEE ON THE HYGIENE OF HOUSING; MILBANK MEMORIAL FUND



Box 22 Folder 16 Thirteenth meeting of the American Public Health Association - Committee on the hygiene of housing, 1942



Box 22 Folder 17 Correspondence, 1940 Jan-Apr



Box 22 Folder 18 Correspondence, 1940 Jun



Box 22 Folder 19 Correspondence, 1940 Nov-Dec



Box 23 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1941 Jan-Oct



Box 23 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1942



Box 23 Folder 03 Charts and reports, 1936-1940



Box 23 Folder 04 Milbank Memorial Fund, Fifteenth Annual Conference, 1937 Apr 29-30



Box 23 Folder 05 Milbank Memorial Fund, Correspondence, 1937 Feb-May



Box 23 Folder 06 Milbank Memorial Fund, Eighteenth Annual Conference, 1940 Apr 2-3

Housing Section, conference material.



Box 23 Folder 07 News clippings


Better Homes in America



Box 23 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1920-1942



Box 23 Folder 09 Housing Bulletins

Memoranda.



Box 23 Folder 10 News clippings



Box 23 Folder 11 Pamphlets, loose

Better Homes in America. Publications, Nos. 1(1925)-20(1929), lacking 12, 13, 14, 15;

Better Homes in America. Plan book for demonstration week, Jun 4-10, 1923;

Better Homes in America. Aims & methods. Curricular No. 8;

Better Homes in America. Do you want better homes in your community?;

Halbert, Blanche. "Home Improvement." Better Homes in America, leaflet No. 1, 1929;

Child-Welfare Magazine. Vol. XIX, No, 9, May 1925.


COOPERATIVE HOUSING AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS



Box 23 Folder 12 Pamphlets of Cooperative projects in England and the United States

Howes, Ethel Pupper.How to start a Cooperative Nursery. New York: Crowell Publishing Co., (1923);

Nystrom, Paul H. Chain Stores. Washington: Chamber of Commerce of the United States. (1926);

Christenson, Chris L. "Agricultural Cooperation in Denmark,"United States Dept. of Agriculture Dept. Bulletin No. 1266, Aug 22, 1924;

"Cooperative Labor Movements in the United States in 1925 (Other than Agricultural)" U.S. Dept. of Labor. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bulletin No. 437, 1927;

Bibliography of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America;

Warhasse, Agnes. "Cooperative Housing Experience in Europe" Speech, The Cooperative League, (Nov. 8, 1924);

Warhasse, Agnes D. "Cooperative Homes for Europe's Homeless." Reprint from Feb, 1922,The American Review of Reviews;

Warhasse, James and Agnes. "Homes to live in";

Matthews, A.F. "The Rent Buys the Home," Jan 1939;



Box 24 Folder 01 Cooperation, The Cooperative League publication

Vol. XII, No. 2, 4, 7, 12 (1926); Vol. XIII, No. 2, 3, 4, 12 (1927); Vol. XIV, No. 2, 6, 7, 12 (1928); Vol. XV, No. 7, 8, 9, 10 (1929); Vol. XVI, No. 1, 3, 4 (1930); Vol. XVII, No. 2, 6, 10 (1931); Vol. XVIII, No. 3 (1952).



Box 24 Folder 02 The Cooperative League

Correspondence.



Box 24 Folder 03 Pamphlets for Cooperative Programs in England

Educational Programme at the Cocoa Works, York. Winter Session, 1926-1927;

Rowntree, B. Seebohm.The Human Factor in Business, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1925;

The Family Wash, An International Study, 1927;

Good Food and How to Get It: An International Report on Food Purity , Food Values, and the Cooperative Movement, 1927;

Admissions forms: The Madonna Nursery and Preparatory School, "Madonna" Training College.



Box 24 Folder 04 Consumer's Cooperative Services, Inc. and Eastern States Cooperative League



Box 24 Folder 05 The London Cooperative Society, Ltd. Laundry, photographs, price lists, pamphlet, All About It



Box 24 Folder 06 Kooperativa Forbundet, Stockholm. Correspondence and pamphlets; Studera per Korrespondens; Von Koch, Fabian Nationalekonomoi. Stockholm: Kooperativa forbundet, (1921). Chapter 1-14, lacking 5, 7, 9, 11.


GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS, 1941-1942



Box 24 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1941



Box 24 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1942 Jan



Box 24 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1942 Feb



Box 24 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1942 Mar



Box 24 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1942 Apr-May



Box 24 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1942 Jul-Sep



Box 24 Folder 13 Action Program



Box 24 Folder 14 Housing, Public Welfare, Rent Control

Reports



Box 24 Folder 15 Hampton Roads (Virginia) Regional Defense Council



Box 24 Folder 16 Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia



Box 24 Folder 17 Norfolk Association of Commerce, 1941

Statistics.



Box 24 Folder 18 Sixteenth Census of the United States. Farm Home Equipment Survey Form., 1940



Box 24 Folder 19 News clippings


MILLAR'S HOUSING LETTER



Box 25 Folder 01 Miscellaneous materials relating to Letter's inception and promotion

Subscription postcards; List of persons to whom sample copies were to be sent; List of 112 paid subscribers; Sample letter; Sample letterhead; Publisher's promotion pamphlets with photograph of Millar; Form subscription letter.



Box 25 Folder 02 Index to volume I.



Box 25 Folder 03 Correspondence, John H. Millar to Edith Elmer Wood, 1932 Jan 14-Dec 13



Box 25 Folder 04 Correspondence, John H. Millar to Edith Elmer Wood, 1933-1934



Box 25 Folder 05 Correspondence, Edith Elmer Wood to John H. Millar, 1932 Aug 6 - Dec 10



Box 25 Folder 06 Correspondence, Edith Elmer Wood to John H. Millar, 1933 Feb 17 - Mar 18



Box 25 Folder 07 Correspondence, John H. Millar, 1932-1933

John H. Millar to the following recipients: Tracy B. Augar, Apr 10, 1933; A. J. Blanton, Nov 18, 1932; M. H. Blentz, May 22, 1933; John Taylor Boyd, Jr., Nov 4, 1932 and Nov 26, 1932; George Gove, Oct 22, Oct 31, Nov 26, 1932; Stanley M. Isaacs, Oct 31, 1932; Edward A. MacDougall, Oct 15, 1932; Bernard R. Newman, Nov 13, 1932; Arthur C. Gillette, May 29, 1933; Ernest W. Pavey, Feb 25, 1933; Joseph Platzker, Oct 31, 1932; Robert W. A. Rodger, Oct 31, 1932; L.V. Smith, Feb 23, 1933; Frank B. Williams, Apr 10, 1933.



Box 25 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1932

Letters addressed to John Miller from the following senders: Harold S. Buttenheim, Nov 7, 1932; Frank Parker, Aug 9, 1932; C. Clark Zantizinger, Jr., Aug 2, 1932. (See also Folder 7. Copies of incoming letters are often attached to Millar's outgoing letters.)



Box 25 Folder 09 Correspondence, Edith Elmer Wood, 1931-1933

Letters written by Edith Elmer Wood to the following recipients: Mr. Beahling (See Krimmel); Mr. Burton, Jan 3, 1933; Elaine Caxton (address only; not a letter); Mr. Edelman (see Krimmel); Mr. Gove, Oct 5, 1932; Mr. Hamilton, Nov 15, 1932; Dr. Harman, Nov 9, 1932; Mrs. Hoffman, Feb 13, 1933; Mr. Krimmel and Beahileg, Edelman, Jan 9, 1933; Mr. Newman, Oct 9, 1932; Mr. Proskauer, Apr 9, 1933; I.S. Robbins, Dec 28, 1932; Roosevelt, Feb 21, 1933; Mr. Elmer Scott, Jan 7, 1933; Mr. Stern, Feb 1, 1933, Mr. Stonorov, Jan 24, 1933; Mr. Stout, Jan 31, 1931.



Box 25 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1932-1933

Letters addressed to Edith Elmer Wood from the following senders: Howard B. Burton, Dec 5, 1932; John T. Boyd, Jr., Nov 14, 1932; John Graham, Jr., Feb 9, 1933; Mrs. Helen Duey Hoffman, Feb 18, 1933; Stanley M. Isaacs, Oct 27, 1932; H.S. Latham, Nov 11, 1932; J.A. Wolf, Jan 26, 1933.



Box 25 Folder 11 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1933

Jerry C. Hayes to Dr. S.J. Herman, Jan 24, 1933; Charles S. Stein to Members of the Executive Committee of the Regional Planning Association of America, Feb 21, 1933; Misplaced page of a letter presumably by Millar with notations by Edith Elmer Wood.



Box 25 Folder 12 Essays (probably by E. E. Wood for publication in Millar's Housing Letter)

Fundamental Housing Facts in the 1930 Census, Jan 29, 1933;

Suggestions for a National Housing Program; "Planning and Housing" (Excerpt from page one, Dec 3, issue of Millar's Housing Letter);

Vienna Can Do It, Why Can't We?";

"Home Financing for California Veterans";

"Delaware – a laboratory state";

"Report of the Housing of the State of Delaware";

"The New York State Board of Housing and the R. F. C. Loans";

New Jersey Is Heard From; Philadelphia and Slum Clearance;

A Home Owner's Advisory Committee Reduces Foreclosures on Homes in Philadelphia;

"Slum Clearance," Feb 25, (?);

"Building Activities of the Different Bodies in Various Countries Since the War." (This is a chart copied for use in a letter from Housing Policies in Europe, p. 45.)



Box 25 Folder 13 News clippings

"Drive to Improve Homes Pushed As Stimulus to Business Revival." Nov 25, 1932;

"Low-Price Housing Held Urgent Need." The NY Times, Nov 10, 1941, p.10, 11;

"Mass Housing for St. Louis." The NY Times. Oct 8, 1932, p. 4A;

"Plan to Speed Flow of Money Wins Support," The NY Herald Tribune, Jan 1933, p. 11;

"Plan $21,000,000 Outlay." The NY Times, Feb 19, 19--, p. 20;

"Real Estate Market, News and Comment of N.Y. City and Suburbs." The NY Herald Tribune, Nov 3, 1932;

"Scott to Seek Men from Gibson Fund," The NY Times, Jan 6, 1933;

"Relief for Forgotten Family Provided by Housing Plan," The NY Herald Tribune, Oct 30, 1932.



Box 25 Folder 14 The National Home Selling Conference. List of committee members. Press release: "National Home Selling Conference Held in Chicago in Apr."


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOUSING OFFICIALS, I, 1933-1934



Box 25 Folder 15 General Correspondence, 1933-1934

Reports.



Box 25 Folder 16 General Correspondence, 1935

Reports.



Box 25 Folder 17 General Correspondence, 1935

Reports.



Box 25 Folder 18 General Correspondence, 1936

Reports.



Box 25 Folder 19 N.A.H.O. Bulletins, 1936

Reports.



Box 26 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1937-1939

Correspondence.



Box 26 Folder 02 General Correspondence, 1939

Reports.



Box 26 Folder 03 National Conference on Slum Clearance, 1933-1934



Box 26 Folder 04 Management Training School - Name tag, National Association of Housing Officials, 1935-1936


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOUSING OFFICIALS, II, 1940-1942



Box 26 Folder 05 Correspondence, Announcements, 1940-1943



Box 26 Folder 06 Committee on a Comprehensive Housing Program



Box 26 Folder 07 Minutes, topics, drafts, 1941 Mar 20-21



Box 26 Folder 08 Tenth Annual Meeting (Baltimore), 1942 May 11-13



Box 26 Folder 09 to 11 Committee on Post War Planning, 1942

Report, Drafts.



Box 27 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1936

Henry Aldridge.



Box 27 Folder 02 Captain Richard Reiss. British War-Time Housing., 1942


NATIONAL HOUSING ASSOCIATION, I, 1916-1936



Box 27 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1916-1917



Box 27 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1918



Box 27 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1919-1921



Box 27 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1923-1924



Box 27 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1925



Box 27 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1926



Box 27 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1927



Box 27 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1928



Box 27 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1929



Box 27 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1930-1931



Box 27 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1932-1933, 1936


NATIONAL HOUSING ASSOCIATION, II



Box 28 Folder 01 Conference Brochures, 1916-1923

5th(1916)-9th(1923).



Box 28 Folder 02 N.H.A. publications

Bacon, Albion Fellows, "Housing – Its Relation to Social Work," 1918;

"What Our Cities Do Not Know." (1914?);

Recent Books and Reports on Housing, Zoning and Town Planning," 1929. 4 copies;

Atterbury, Grosvenor, "Model Towns in America," 1913;

Bacon, Albion Fellows, "The Awakening of a State," 1910;

Hall, Prescott F., "The Menace of the Three Decker," 1917;

Hoggan, Noble Foster, "The Challenge of the Housing Problem," 1918;

Schmidlapp, Jacob G., "Low Priced Housing For Wage Earners," 1916;

Sternberg, George M., "Small House Within The City Limits for Unskilled Wage Earners," 1914;

Molitor, John, "Housing in Relation to Health and Morals," 1917;

William, Frank Bachus, "Building Regulation by Districts. The Lesson of Berlin," 1914.



Box 28 Folder 03 Pamphlets, Laurence Veiller

The Housing Problem in the United States. Reprinted from The Town Planning Review, Dec. 1929;

The Housing Problem in the United States, 1930;

"The Housing Situation and the Way Out," 1920;

"Industrial Housing Developments in America," 1918;

"Light," 1929;

"Triumphing Over the Gridiron Plan," 1918.



Box 28 Folder 04 Pamphlets, John Nolen

"Industrial Housing, Better Homes for less money," 1918; "The Industrial Village," 1918.



Box 28 Folder 05 Pamphlets, War Housing.

Adams, Thomas, "House and Town Development in War Time," 1918;

"A War Emergency in Housing," Letter to Pres. Wilson from the National Housing Association;

A One-Day Conference on War Housing, Philadelphia, Feb. 25, 1918;

Houses on Hovels? How shall our people live?; Tuttle, Morton C. "The Housing Problem in its relation to the contentment of labor";

The Second Meeting of the American City Planning Institute, Philadelphia, Feb 26, 1918.



Box 28 Folder 06 Magazine and brochures

The National Real Estate Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4, Oct. 1915:

You Can't Afford to Miss It. 3 copies;

Here's How to Cut 1/3 From Brickworks Cost; A New Book On Housing;

The Question of The Hour-Housing;

When You Build – Build Right.


NATIONAL HOUSING COMMITTEE



Box 28 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1932, 1936



Box 28 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1937 Jun-Oct



Box 28 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1937 Nov



Box 28 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1937 Dec



Box 28 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1938 Jan-Feb



Box 28 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1938 Mar



Box 28 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1938 Apr-May



Box 28 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1938 Jun-Aug



Box 29 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1939



Box 29 Folder 02 News clippings



Box 29 Folder 03 Flyers


NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON THE HOUSING EMERGENCY



Box 29 Folder 04 Jan-May, 1941



Box 29 Folder 05 Jun, 1941



Box 29 Folder 06 Jul-Sep, 1941



Box 29 Folder 07 Oct, 1941



Box 29 Folder 08 Nov-Dec, 1941



Box 29 Folder 09 Jan-Feb, 1942



Box 29 Folder 10 Mar-May, 1942



Box 29 Folder 11 Jun-Sep, 1942



Box 29 Folder 12 News clippings


NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE, I, 1933-1939



Box 30 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1931-1932



Box 30 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1933



Box 30 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1934



Box 30 Folder 04 Correspondence, Jan-Aug, 1935



Box 30 Folder 05 Correspondence, Sep-Dec, 1935



Box 30 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1936



Box 30 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1937



Box 30 Folder 08 Correspondence, Jan-May, 1938



Box 30 Folder 09 Correspondence, Jun-Dec, 1938



Box 30 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1939


NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE, II, 1940-1942



Box 31 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1940



Box 31 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1941 Jan-Apr



Box 31 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1941 May-Oct



Box 31 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1941 Nov-Dec



Box 31 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1942 Jan-Feb



Box 31 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1942 Mar-Jun



Box 31 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1942 Jul-Dec



Box 31 Folder 08 Announcements; reports



Box 31 Folder 09 Newspaper clippings



Box 31 "Slums and Low Rent Housing", Hearings before the Committee on Education and Labor, United States Senate. 74th Congress, 1st Session. 2393., 1935 Jun



Box 31 Helen Alfred, "Municipal Housing", 1932

2 copies.



Box 31 Edith Elmer Wood, "The Next Five Years in Public Housing"



Box 31 Edith Elmer Wood, "Rents on the Housing Division Projects"



Box 31 Committee on Education and Labor, Bill - To provide for the creation of Public Housing Authority



Box 31 Education report on John Ihlder


MISCELLANEOUS FEDERAL AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS



Box 32 Folder 01 Central Housing Committee



Box 32 Folder 02 Chamber of Commerce of the United States



Box 32 Folder 03 Executive Office of the President, Office of Emergency Management



Box 32 Folder 04 Executive Office of the President, Office of Emergency Management, 1941

"Remodeling Program" and "Guide to the organization and operation of homes registration offices."



Box 32 Folder 05 Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works



Box 32 Folder 06 Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, Housing Division

Report.



Box 32 Folder 07 National Committee on the Housing Emergency



Box 32 Folder 08 National labor organizations



Box 32 Folder 09 Office of Price Administration, Rent Control



Box 32 Folder 10 Postal Savings, Housing Loans



Box 32 Folder 11 Resettlement Administrations



Box 32 Folder 12 U.S. Labor Department, Bureau of Labor Statistics



Box 32 Folder 13 U.S. Labor Department, Children's Bureau



Box 32 Folder 14 Miscellaneous organizations


Subseries IV: Regional--Housing Associations


MICHIGAN HOUSING ASSOCIATION



Box 33 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1926-1927



Box 33 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1928 Jan-May



Box 33 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1928 Jun-Dec



Box 33 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1929



Box 33 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1930-1933



Box 33 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1934-1936, 1941



Box 33 Folder 07 Legislation

Housing Ordinance of the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan. No. 328; No. 345, 1914; State of Michigan Legislature of 1933-1934. Housing Bill No. 548; "Low Cost Housing Law". Michigan Housing Commission. Report, Dec. 1916; The Housing Code passed by Legislature of 1917; Michigan fifty-sixth Legislature, 1931. Senate Bill No. 127.



Box 33 Folder 08 Public Addresses

Herman, S. James, "Congestion and its Relation to Important Social and Health Problems, as obtained from Detroit Housing Survey", 1928;

"The Experience of Detroit Enumerators in Collecting Data on Number of Rooms per Family", 4 copies;

"Helpful Material for Public Addresses";

"Why Public Credits are a Logical and Practical Solution of the Housing Problem of the Lower Income".



Box 33 Folder 09 Health

Public Health. New series II, No. 8, Aug, 1917. City Health, Jul-Aug, 1929;

Walker, W. Frank. "A Study of the Prevalence of Disease in the City of Detroit with Special Reference to the Influence of the Type and Sanitation of Dwellings upon Disease", American Journal of Public Health Reprint, Nov. 1923.



Box 33 Folder 10 Low Income Housing

$25 a month Homes as a cure for crime. The Detroit News, Sep 16, 1928. p.6; "Where Do They Come From", The Detroit News, May 13, 1928; Density Problem; "Flint, a city of homes"; Herman, S. James. "Why Public Credits is the Logical and Practical Solution of the Housing Problem of the Lower Income Group", Journal of the Town Planning Institute. Jun, 1929. 2 copies; The Home-Index, Nov, 1929, Feb, 1929; The Detroit Realtor, Mar, 1929.



Box 33 Folder 11 Zoning

Tally Sheet; Sundal, Oliver U. "Congestion Found in Housing in 53 Detroit School Zones.


PHILADELPHIA HOUSING AND PLANNING ASSOCIATION; INCLUDES PITTSBURGH AND PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATIONS



Box 34 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1919-1921



Box 34 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1923-1928



Box 34 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1929-1935



Box 34 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1937-1942



Box 34 Folder 05 Annual Reports, Philadelphia Housing Commission, 1913, 1915



Box 34 Folder 06 Annual Reports, Octavia Hill Association, 1914-1921



Box 34 Folder 07 Manuscripts, 1923, 1933

Helen Hall, "Housing in Philadelphia, Rents in Relation to Wages", Report, 1923; Newman, Bernard J., "Rent Changes in Industrial Housing," Philadelphia, 1932.



Box 34 Folder 08 Reports

Black, Russell Van Nest. "Theory of Planning the region as exemplified by the Philadelphia Tri-state Plan", City Planning, reprint, Jul, 1930. '"City Parks Association of Philadelphia". 28th annual report, 1916; "Housing in Philadelphia", 1917; "The Housing Situation in Philadelphia", "The Philadelphia Housing Association" Report, Jun, 1940.



Box 34 Folder 09 "Negro-Housing"

Newman, Bernard J. "Housing of the City Negro", 2 copies; "Negro Housing in Philadelphia", 1927.



Box 34 Folder 10 Health Regulations

Act No. 420; Act No. 428;

"Bureau of Health, Rules, and Regulations";

"The Public Baths Association of Philadelphia", 1924;

"Your Rights and Duties under the Health Laws of Philadelphia", 2 copies.



Box 34 Folder 11 Ideal City Homes

Girard Estate. Know your City Pamphlets. 'The Anti-social Consequences of Bad Housing", May, 1924;

Demolition of Dwellings in Philadelphia, Mar, 1925;

Buttenheim, Harold S. "The Economic Values Attendant Upon the Replanning of Blighted Areas", 1930;

"Low Cost Homes", Jul, 1925; "Philadelphia's Illegal Tenements", Jun, 1924;

"Prevalent Housing Conditions"; "Rents in Philadelphia", May, 1925;

"Survey of Vacant Houses", Jun, 1925;

"Why is Philadelphia's death rate higher than that of any other cities?";

"Why Social Service Agencies Should Co-operate to Abate Insanitary Housing Conditions".


Philadelphia Housing Association (Includes Pittsburg)



Box 34 Folder 12 Pamphlets and Legislation

City Club Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 17, May 13, 1912; "Hershey the Chocolate Town"; "Housing in Pittsburgh" Three Year Report. 1931-1932-1933; General Assembly of Pennsylvania. File of the Senate. No. 42, No. 43. Extraordinary Session of 1932; Issues, Philadelphia Housing Association, Vol. 1, No. 3, Nov. 1943, Vol. 2, No. 3, Mar 1944; Legislature of Pennsylvania. File of the House of Representatives. No. 1056, Session of 1919. Pennsylvania Housing and Town Planning Association. Fourth annual report. 1928. –Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. Plans of Financing Home Building Projects, Dec. 1919; "Regionally Planned Groundwork. Airways and Airports"; "The Story of Chocolate and Cocoa"; Veiller, Lawrence. "Industrial Housing Development in America…" Sawyer Park, Williamsport, PA, 1918; "Which?"



Box 34 Folder 13 Miscellaneous circulars

Pennsylvania Housing and Town Planning Association. Annual Report, 1925-1928; Childs, Bernard. "The Amazing Case of Mr. Binns", 1940.



Box 34 Folder 14 News clippings


WASHINGTON, D.C. HOUSING ASSOCIATION



Box 35 Folder 01 Alley Amellers Authority of the District of Columbia

Correspondence.



Box 35 Folder 02 Alley Dwellings

Alley Dwellings Act passed by Congress Jun 13, 1938;

"The Alley Swelling Authority Adopts Grand Rents", 1940;

Behind the Marble Mask. Colliers, Sep 3, 1933;

Check list of the Alley Dwelling Authority Publications;

Directory of the Inhabited Alleys of Washington, D.C., 1912;

In the Shadow of the Capital. Washington Housing Association. Annual Report, 1938. Annual Report, 1940-1941;

John Ihlder, "Who Should Live in Public Housing?", 1941;

Jones, Thomas Jesse. "The Alley Homes of Washington";

Mallalieu, Wilbur Vincent. "A Washington Alley". The Survey, reprint. Oct. 19, 1912;

The New Zoning Act of 1938; Report of the Alley Dwelling Authority. Dec. 1915.



Box 35 Folder 03 Washington Housing Association.

Correspondence, announcements.



Box 35 Folder 04 Housing, Reports and Articles

Austin, W.J. "Building Efficiency in a City". Nation's Business, Jul, 1930;

Clay, Wharton. "Why House Building Must Increase";

Delano, Frederic. "How and where will our children live?", Nations Business, Jan, 1930;

The Federal Workers School. Course List. 1940;

Fulmer, O. Kline. "Greenbelt";

Handbook on Housing in the District of Columbia, 1940;

Housing News, Dec 28, 1936;

Housing Program of the Industrial Union Council, 1940;

Mead, Marcia. "The Ellen Wilson Homes". Real Estate Magazine, reprint, Sep 1915;

The Monday Evening Club Bulletin, Vol. 1. No.. 1, Oct. 12, 1936;

Report of the Housing Committee for year ending Jun 30, 1940.



Box 35 Folder 705 Housing, Reports and Articles

Housing Defense Workers. Women War Workers; "Defense Housing Program for District of Columbia Locality"; Eidlitz, Otto M. "The Housing of Minitions Workers". The American City. Vol. XVIII, No. 6, Jun 1918; Modern Homes; The National Committee of Bureau of Occupations; Speech. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Adequate housing for all families", 1940; Statement of the Washington Housing Association before the Select Committee Investigating National Defense Migration. House of Representatives. 77th Congress. 2nd Session, Jan, 1942; Suggestions for Housing Women War Workers". 1918.



Box 35 Folder 06 Housing Letter, 1935-1945

Scattered issues.



Box 35 Folder 07 Legislation

A Bill…Rent control Act for the District of Columbia. 77th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 3736; A Bill to provide for the emergency regulation of rents in the District of Columbia. 1941; "The Common Welfare". The Survey, Vol. XXX, No. 19; Hearing before a subcommittee of the Committee on the District of Columbia. Inhabited Alleys of the District of Columbia and Housing of Unskilled Workingmen. Senate. 63rd Congress; An Act to regulate rents in the District of Columbia.



Box 35 Folder 08 Maps

Washington, D.C. 1917; Washington, D.C. Base Map, showing Railroads, Main Thoroughfares, Alley Blocks and Public Buildings, 1936; Base Map. Showing residences of juvenile delinquents, as of Jul 1, 1935; Percent of dwelling units without one toilet and bath, 1940.



Box 35 Folder 09 News clippings



Box 35 Folder 10 Presidents' Homes Commission

Baldwin, William H. Report of the Committee on Improvement of Existing Houses and Elimination of Insanitary and Alley Houses. 3 copies; Preliminary Report. Submitted to Pres. Roosevelt, Jun 29, 1907; Reports Relating to affairs in the District of Columbia; Message from the President of the U.S. Senate. 60th Congress. 2nd session. Doc. No. 599.


Subseries 5: Regional--State


CALIFORNIA - LAND SETTLEMENT, HOUSING, PUBLIC WELFARE



Box 35 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1924-1928.



Box 35 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1930-1939



Box 36 Folder 01 California Housing and Planning Association, 1941-1942



Box 36 Folder 02 Charles Henry Cheney, "Procedure for Zoning or Districting of Cities" and "Zoning in Practice", 1917, 1919



Box 36 Folder 03 Division of Farm and Home Purchases. Financial Report. Division of Land Settlement. Scaled drawing., 1937

Financial Report, Division of Land Settlement, Scaled drawing.



Box 36 Folder 04 Schedule showing farms and homes purchased in each California County



Box 36 Folder 05 to 06 Loose material

The American Region. Nov, 1930;

Aronovici, Carol and Richard Neutra. "Civic Center Design for Richmond, California", 1930;

California Department of Agriculture. Tenth Annual Report. 1929.

Monthly Bulletin of the State of California Department of Agriculture. Vol. XVIII, No. 12;

Cheney, Charles Henry. Ed. "What City Planning Commissions Can Do", 1915;

Department of Health of the City of Los Angeles, California. Annual Report, 1924;

Division of Land Settlement. Department of Agriculture. State of California. Final Report. 1931;

"The Endless Miracle of California";

"Food First, "Rural Democracy at Delhi" published by State Land Settlement Board. 1920;

Housing Headlines, Vol. 1, No. 1 and No. 4, Mar 21, 1940, Sep 12, 1940;

Mead, Elwood. "How California is helping people own farms and rural homes". University of California. Circular No. 221, Aug 1920;

"Pertinent Facts Concerning San Diego, California City and County";

"Rancho Santa Fe"; "Rancho Santa Fe, California Yesterday Today";

San Francisco Housing Association. Second Report. 1911, 1913;

State Land Settlement Board of the State of California. Report. 1920;

"A Study of the Housing and Social Conditions in the Ann Street District of Los Angeles, California";

Veteran's Welfare Board. Report. 1928, 1936.


MASSACHUSETTS - HOUSING, TOWN, CITY PLANNING



Box 36 Folder 07 City and Town Planning Board

Commonwealth of Mass. Proceedings of the Third Annual City and Town Planning Conference. 1915, (5th), 1917



Box 36 Folder 08 Commonwealth of Mass. Homestead Commission

Acts and Publications Relating to Homestead and Planning Movements in Mass;

An Act to Provide for the Establishment and Maintenance of Agricultural Instruction to Families House No. 119; Comey, Arthur. A Schedule of Civic Surveys;

The Homestead Commission. Annual Reports. 3rd, 1914, 4th, 1916, 5th, 1917;

Information and Suggestion for City and Town Planning Boards. Bulletin No. 2, Nov, 1914;

The Lowell Homestead Projects. Bulletin No. 7, Dec, 1917;

A Proclamation Promulgating the 47th Article of Amendment to the Constitution. 1917;

Recommendations of the Homestead Commission, 1915. House No. 635, 1916, House No. 512;

"Teaching Agriculture to Families". Bulletin No. 31, 1915.



Box 36 Folder 09 Housing Projects and Public Welfare

The "Holyoke National Way" of Solving the Hosing Problem; Municipal Week. Springfield, Mass. Program, 1916;

Nolen, John. "A Good Home for Every Wage-Earner";

A Story Written by a Fall River High School Student;

Herlihy, Elizabeth M. Abstract. Lecture. City Planning. City Record, Mar 10, 1923;

"Harvard Housing Trust."



Box 36 Folder 10 Planning Board, reports

City of Northampton, Mass. Third Annual Report of the City Planning Board. 1916; City of Lawrence, Mass. Second Annual of the Planning Board. 1914; Somerville Planning Board. Annual Report. 1923



Box 36 Folder 11 Reports

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Division of Housing and Town Planning. Annual Report. Public doc. No. 103;

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Division of Housing and Town Planning. Annual Report, 1920, 1923, 1926, 1929;

Hartman, Edward T. Planning Boards and Their Work. Massachusetts Dept. of Public Welfare. Division of Housing and Town Planning. Bulletin No. 1, Mar 1926;

Greeley, William Roger and Hartman, Edward T. What Planning Board Can Do. Mass. Dept. of Public Welfare. Division of Housing and Town Planning. Bulletin No. 3, Sep, 1927;

Mass. Dept. of Public Welfare. Division of Housing and Town Planning; Zoning Technique. Dept. of Public Welfare of Mass. Division of Housing and Town Planning. Bulletin No. 2 Oct. 1924. 2 copies;

Fourth Annual Conference of Massachusetts Planning Board, Nov 23-24, 1916; Mass. Federation of Planning Boards. Bulletin No. 3, Jul, 1916. Bulletin No. 14. May, 1924. (Present day problem in zoning);

Nichols, J.C. "Responsibilities and Opportunities of a Real Estate Board". Mass. Dept. of Public Welfare.



Box 36 Folder 12 Tenement House Act and Building Regulations

An Act Relative to the Construction, Alteration and Maintenance of Buildings used in Places of Abode. 1916. House No. 1071; An Act Relative to Tenement Houses in Cities. Acts of 1913, Chapter 786; The Building Ordinance of the City of Springfield, Mass. 1915; Plumbing. Rules and Regulations. 1912; Proposed revision of the building ordinance. City of Cambridge, Mass. Apr, 1917; The Tenement House Act for Towns. 1912


NEW JERSEY ORGANIZATIONS, I, INCLUDES THE NEW JERSEY HOUSING LEAGUE, NEW JERSEY HOUSING AUTHORITY, NEW JERSEY STATE FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS



Box 37 Folder 01 New Jersey Housing League

Bulletins.



Box 37 Folder 02 EEW's Resignation



Box 37 Folder 03 Special Committee Report



Box 37 Folder 04 New Jersey State Housing Authority

Announcements.



Box 37 Folder 05 New Jersey State League of Municipalities, 1933



Box 37 Folder 06 Correspondence, President Roosevelt, Protests



Box 37 Folder 07 Legislation



Box 37 Folder 08 Legislation



Box 37 Folder 09 Housing Project Summaries

Camden, Radhurn.



Box 37 Folder 10 Pamphlets, Newark Zoning Maps

"Encouraging Proper City Growth Through Building Districts". The City Planning Commission. Newark, N.J.; Proposed Building Zones for Newark. Tentative Report of the Commission on Building Districts and Restrictions. Sep 16, 1919



Box 37 Folder 11 Pamphlets and Essays

Acreas Acorn, May 26, 1941. Vol. V, No. 7;

Bell, Marion C. "The A.B.A. of Kitchen Arrangement";

Gillette, Arthur C. "The Problem of Family Housing";

New Jersey State Board of Tenement House Supervision. The Tenement House Act, 1914;

19th Annual Convention of New Jersey State League of Municipalities. Convention Program;

Report of Public Housing Education Division of the New Jersey Council of Housing Authorities;

Thomas, Andrew J. "Industrial Housing". Bayonne Housing Corporation in N. J., 1925.



Box 37 Folder 12 Miscellaneous


NEW JERSEY ORGANIZATIONS, II



Box 37 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1929-1932



Box 37 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1993 Feb-May



Box 37 Folder 15 Correspondence, 1933 Jun



Box 37 Folder 16 Correspondence, 1933 Jul



Box 37 Folder 17 Correspondence, 1993 Aug-Sep



Box 37 Folder 18 Correspondence, 1993 Oct-Dec



Box 37 Folder 19 Correspondence, 1934 Jan-May



Box 37 Folder 20 Correspondence, 1934 Jun-Dec



Box 37 Folder 21 Correspondence, 1935



Box 37 Folder 22 Correspondence, 1936 Jan



Box 37 Folder 23 Correspondence, 1936 Feb



Box 37 Folder 24 Correspondence, 1936 Mar



Box 37 Folder 25 Correspondence, 1936 Apr-May



Box 37 Folder 26 Correspondence, 1936 Jun-Aug


NEW JERSEY ORGANIZATIONS, III



Box 38 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1935 Sep-Dec



Box 38 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1937 Jan-Apr



Box 38 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1937 May



Box 38 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1937 Jun-Dec



Box 38 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1938 Jan



Box 38 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1938 Feb



Box 38 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1938 Mar-Nov



Box 38 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1939



Box 38 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1940



Box 38 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1941



Box 38 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1942



Box 38 Folder 12 News clippings



Box 38 Folder 13 News clippings


Subseries 6: Regional--City


BOSTON - WOMEN'S MUNICIPAL LEAGUE, I



Box 38 Folder 14 Correspondence, Amelia Ames, 1917



Box 38 Folder 15 Correspondence, Amelia Ames, 1918



Box 38 Folder 16 Correspondence, Amelia Ames, 1919



Box 39 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1917



Box 39 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1918 Jan-Apr



Box 39 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1918 May-Sep



Box 39 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1918 Oct-Dec



Box 39 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1919



Box 39 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1920-1922



Box 39 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1927-1931



Box 39 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1934-1938



Box 39 Folder 09 Correspondence

Blank inspection card samples.



Box 39 Folder 10 News clippings


BOSTON - WOMEN'S MUNICIPAL LEAGUE, II



Box 39 Folder 11 Housing inspection table

Aerial housing blueprints, violations.



Box 39 Folder 12 Health

"The Commonwealth", Dec, 1918; Mar-Apr, 1919. 2 copies; Monthly Bulletin. Health Department of the City of Boston. Jul, 1912; Feb, 1917



Box 39 Folder 13 Newspapers

Current Affairs, Apr 29, 1918; Apr 7, 1919; Apr 28, 1919; Nov 18, 1918; Nov 25, 1918; City Record, Jan 31, 1917 [?]; Mar 9, 1918



Box 39 Folder 14 Legislation, correspondence

Acts of 1907; An Act relative to the construction of three-story multiple-dwellings in the City of Boston. House…No. 1076; Amendment to House Bill 1308. 1919; Document 77-1904. Message of the Mayor. Transmitting Report of the Commission to investigate tenement-house conditions; Document 114-1916. Report of Commission on height of buildings amending boundaries established Nov 2, 1916; Commonweatlh of Massachussetts. 1919. Executive Department. Official list; Memorandum on housing law; Nineteen reasons for supporting the Mayor's Committee's housing bill; Report of the Housing Committee of Boston, 1915; Tenement House Law.



Box 40 Folder 01 City Planning Board, Boston

Annual Reports. First, 1915; Third, 1917; Boston City Planning Board Report, Larger Aspects of Passenger Transportation in Metropolitan Boston. 1914. –Boston City Planning Board. The North End, a survey and a comprehensive plan. 1919



Box 40 Folder 02 Women's Municipal League.

Bulletin's scattered issues. Vol. VII, Feb, 1916, Vol. XIII, May, 1922



Box 40 Folder 03 Women's Municipal League, publications

Citizen's Handbook, 1917; Information for Occupants of Tenement Houses. 1917; An Open Letter to the Massachusetts Legislature. 2 copies; Proposed Act in relation to the housing of the people in the City of Boston; A Summary of the Laws and Ordinances applying to tenements in Boston. 1914; Our Boston. May, 1927; Our Boston. Apr, 1927; What the Women's Municipal League of Boston Did in War Time.



Box 40 Folder 04 Miscellaneous

City of Boston. Statistics Department. Boston Statistics, 1917, with Memorable Sites and Buildings, Etc. 1917;

Estabrook, Harold Kelsey. "Some Slums in Boston". 1898;

"A List of Books relating to housing in the Public Library of the City of Boston. 1918;

Special Committees on Housing Legislation at the Request of the Women's Municipal League;

"Through the Augean Stables of Boston". Boston Evening Transcript. Nov 10, 1915;

Wood, Edith Elmer. Report to the Bradlee and Chatman Co. of Boston on the Housing Needs of Sandford, Maine. 1919.



Box 40 Folder 05 to 07 Loose Material

Boston Co-operative Building Company. Annual reports 41st, 1912-48th, 1918, No. 46 lacking; The Building Law of Boston, 1916; The Building Law of Boston, 1924; Notes books, handwritten (8).


CITIES, CHICAGO



Box 41 Folder 01 Correspondence



Folder 02 Marshall Field Garden Apartment Homes, 1929-1930

Apartment Times, Chicago. Nov 20, 1930; Real Estate News. Chicago, Mar, 1929. Brochures.



Box 41 Folder 03 The Housing Problem in Chicago, ed. By S. P. Breckinridge and Edith Abbott

(I. Hunt, Milton B., "Housing of Non-Family Groups of Working Men". II. Breckinridge, Sophonisba P. and Edith Abbott, "Families in Furnished Rooms". III. Breckinridge, Sophonisba P. and Edith Abbott, "The Twenty-Ninth Ward Back of the Yards". IV. Breckinridge, Sophonisba P. and Edith Abbott, "The West Side Revisited". V. Brekinridge, Sophonisba P. and Edith Abbott, "South Chicago at the Gates of the Steel Mills".)



Box 41 Folder 04 News clippings



Box 41 Folder 05 Articles and Magazines

The City Club Bulletin. Chicago, May 24, 1926;

Hughes, Elizabeth A. "Living Conditions for Small Wage Earners in Chicago". Dept. of Public Welfare. City of Chicago, 1925;

The Institute for Research in Land Economics and Public Utilities;

Tenement Housing Conditions in 20th Ward, Chicago. Report of Civics Committee of Chicago Women's Club. 1912;

Shaw, William B. "Under the Land". Review of Reviews, reprint, Sep, 1929. 2 copies;

Wherein, George S. and Cleman Woodbury. "Tenacy versus Ownership as a Problem in Urban Land Utilization". The Annals, reprint. Mar, 1930;

Your Home and Mine;

Women's City Club Bulletin, Apr, 1921;

Construction of the State of Illinois. Adopted May 13, 1870; Illinois' New Housing Bill;

Amendment to Senate Bill No. 165. 51st General Assembly, 1919


CITIES, MIDWEST, WEST



Box 41 Folder 06 Indiana, correspondence

The American Association of University Women. Feb, 1926, Oct, 1926; Constitution of the State of Indiana and of the United States. 1922; Haig, Murray. The Unearned Increment in Gary. Political Science Quarterly, reprint, Mar, 1917; Indiana University Studies. Vol. 8, No. 8, Sep, 1910; Public Health Improvements in Lafayette and West Lafayette since 1921; State Board of Health. Indiana Housing Laws. 1921; Zoning Ordinance of the City of South Bend, Indiana. 1923; Maps, South Bend. (2)



Box 41 Folder 07 Kentucky

The City of Lexington. The wealth of a community is measured by its health, Dec, 1915



Box 41 Folder 08 Maryland



Box 41 Folder 09 Minnesota, correspondence

An Act to Regulate Construction…



Box 41 Folder 10 St. Louis, Missouri, correspondence and news clippings

Annual Report of the City Plan Commission. 1923-1924; Zoning for St. Louis. 1918



Box 41 Folder 11 News clippings



Box 41 Folder 12 Ohio, correspondence



Box 41 Folder 13 Portland, Oregon, correspondence

Building Zone Ordinance. 1919; Housing Code. 1919; Proposed Building Zones. 1919.



Box 41 Folder 14 Virginia, correspondence

Reynolds, Ellen A. Housing and its relation to health; Reynolds, Ellen A. The relation between dietary habits and health of children in rural sections of Virginia. Virginia Agriculture Experiment Station. Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Aug, 1926. Bulletin No. 250.



Box 41 Folder 15 Washington, "Steps Necessary to Zoning Spokane"



Box 41 Folder 16 Wisconsin, Milwaukee, correspondence

Laws of 1919; Report of the Mayor's Housing Commission, 1933; Report of the Milwaukee Housing Corporation and Clarence Stein's , Housing and Community Planning, Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Feb, 1924 (?).



Box 42 Folder 01 to 03 Loose Journals

Missouri, Kansas City. Report on Housing Conditions in Kansas City, Missouri. Board of Public Welfare. 1912;

Indiana, Lafayette. Horwood, Murray P. Public health survey of Lafayette, Indiana and Tippecanoe County, Indiana, 1921;

Minnesota, Minneapolis. Housing problems in Minneapolis. A preliminary investigation, 1914;

The Housing Act, 1917;

Housing Laws, a summary of the more important provisions in city and state codes, 1914;

The Housing Act. Department of Health, 1917;

Nebraska. Laws Governing the sale and leasing of State of School Lands; City Planning Needs of Omaha, 1919;

Oregon. 29th Biennial Report of the State Land Boards and Rural Credits Department, 1929;

Zoning and City Planning for Portland, Oregon. 1919;

The Nations Health. Oct 15, 1924.


CITIES, NORTHEAST, SOUTH



Box 42 Folder 04 Nashville, Knoxville, Tennessee

Correspondence.



Box 42 Folder 05 Essays and correspondence

May, Charles C. "Indian Hill. An industrial village for Norton Co. Worchester, Mass.";

"Negro Housing Situation in Baltimore". Monthly Labor Review, Oct, 1924;

"Cambridge Dwelling House Company"; Winslow, C.E.A. "Factory Sanitation and Efficiency";

"Low rent dwellings for low income families at Elm Haven."



Box 42 Folder 06 Portland, Maine - The Building Ordinance for the City of Portland, Maine.



Box 42 Folder 07 News clippings



Box 42 Folder 08 Reports

State of Delaware. Report of the State Board of Housing. 1932-1934; A Survey of the City of Burlington, 1915; "Riverdale, a village for the employees of the Rome, NY Brass and Copper, Co."



Box 42 Folder 09 Reports, Rhode Island

The Houses of Rhode Island, 1916; "An ordinance zoning of the city of Providence…" No. 458; "The Providence Zone Plan". 1923; "Tenement House Conditions in Fine Rhode Island Cities", 1910.



Box 43 Folder 01 Reports, Connecticut

"Health Survey of New Haven", 1928


Subseries 7: Regional--New York City


CITY HOUSING CORPORATION. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES



Box 43 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1925-1928



Box 43 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1929-1930



Box 43 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1931-1934



Box 43 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1935-1936



Box 43 Folder 06 Annual Reports, 1926-1933



Box 43 Folder 07 Information brochures, announcements

Asher, Charles S. "The Extra Municipal Administration of Radburn". National Municipal Review. Reprint, Vol. XVIII, No. 7, Jul, 1929;

Augur, Tracy B. "Radburn-The Challenge of a New Town". Michigan Municipal Review. Reprint, Feb, Mar, 1931;

Smith, Geddes, "A Town for the Motor Age". Survey Graphic. Reprint;

Tomorrow's Town, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 15, 1930, Vol. 1, No. 2, Nov 15, 1930;

"What Building Saturation Does Not Touch", The New Republic. Reprint, Feb 2, 1927; Rays of Sunnyside. Vol. 1., No. 1, Apr, 1925;

Housing Notes. Vol. 2, No. 1, Jun 15, 1927.



Box 43 Folder 08 City Housing Corporation Publications, Loose

"Abbot Court Apts. at Radburn";

"Ask Us Another";

Bing, Alexander M. "Minimum Costs for Low-Rental Apartments". Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics. Reprint, May, 1929;

Brownlow, Louis. "Some Problems in New Planning". National Conference on City Planning. Bulletin 4, Jun, 1929;

"The Children's House";

"Garden Homes at Radburn…the town for the Motor Age";

Gilman News, Vol.1, No. 6, Jul, 1928;

Kettridge. "Model Accounting System for Realtor-Builders". National Real Estate Journal. Reprint, Jan 6, 1930;

Kohn, Robert D. "Radburn Rackets, the Perils of a Town Plan";

"Low Priced Garden Homes Next Door to Manhattan";

"The Most Economical Way to Own Your Own Home". Yearbook, 4th anniversary, 1929-1930;

"Munsey Park at Manhasset Long Island";

"The New Lease on Living";

"Radburn, Garden Homes";

"Radburn, Protective Restrictions and Community Administration";

"Radburn, Safe for Children";

"Regarding Radburn";

"Renting at Radburn";

"Sunnyside, a Step Toward Better Housing";

"Sunnyside and the Housing Problem";

"Sunnyside Facts". Vol. 1, No. 1, Apr, 1925;

"Sunnyside Garden, a Home Community."



Box 43 Folder 09 News clippings


Child Development Institute of Teacher's College, Columbia University. Family Consultation Bureau.



Box 43 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1933-1936



Box 43 Folder 11 Reports and Essays

Child Development Institute; Dr. Elliot's Study. "The Medical Center Group". Handwritten; Housing Questionnaire; How Far is Home?; The Inquiry; The Renter; Residence of Families. Eligible for Family Consultation Bureau Services; Selecting a Home; Table. Homes of 444 full-time officers of Columbia University and Teachers College Classified by Distance and Time from University.



Box 43 Folder 12 Research

Survey Forms.



Box 44 Folder 01 Research Survey



Box 44 Folder 02 Research Survey



Box 44 Folder 03 Research Survey



Box 44 Folder 04 Research Survey



Box 44 Folder 05 Material Relating to Other Folders


INSTITUTE FOR THE COORDINATION OF WOMEN'S INTERESTS; INCLUDES UNITED NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSES OF NEW YORK, NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SETTLEMENTS, INC., THE LEAGUE O MOTHERS CLUBS



Box 44 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1925-1926



Box 44 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1927



Box 44 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1928 Jan-Apr



Box 44 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1928 May-Dec



Box 44 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1929-1930



Box 44 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1931



Box 44 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1932



Box 44 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1934-1935



Box 44 Folder 14 United Neighborhood Houses of New York



Box 45 Folder 01 Multiple dwellings law, 1932



Box 45 Folder 02 Tenant and Tenement House Studies

Alexrad, Sidney. "Tenements and Tenants". [1933]; Batchelor, Carey. "What the Tenement Family Has and What it Pays For It". 2 copies; Wood, Edith. Outline of a comprehensive housing program for the United Neighborhood Houses. Handwritten and typed.



Box 45 Folder 03 Manuscripts, handwritten

"The New Household" Exhibition; Wood, Edith Elmer, "Aids to the Home-making in Certain European Countries."



Box 45 Folder 04 Manuscripts, handwritten

Edith Elmer Wood on subject of Northwestern European housing developments.



Box 45 Folder 05 Bulletins

Hansel, Eva B. "What About the Children?". Harpers Monthly Magazine;

National Federation of Settlements. 20th conference. 1932;

Neighborhood, Jun, 1932;

Open Door Council. First Annual Report. 1926-1927;

Program of the Better Homes Exhibit and Conferences of the League of Mothers' Clubs of the United Neighborhood Houses of New York;

Slums. 2 copies;

United Neighborhood Houses of New York. Second Annual Luncheon in Honor of Jane Adams. 1926;

The United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc. Annual Meetings. 9th (1928), 10th (1929).



Box 45 Folder 06 Travel bills and receipts



Box 45 Folder 07 Cooked Food Service



Box 45 Folder 08 Study of Housing Developments' Schedule

Questionnaires, Personnel Information.



Box 45 Folder 09 Announcements



Box 45 Folder 10 News clippings


NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY



Box 45 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1935-1942



Box 45 Folder 12 News Releases, 1941-1944



Box 45 Folder 13 Reports and Announcements

Act to amend state housing law…Draft, Jan 11, 1934;

Act to amend the general city law…creation, organization, operation and dissolution of city housing authorities. Senate. Aug 10, 1933;

Bureau of Research. Statistics on Rent;

Post, Langdon. "How Shall the Family be Housed". Talk. Station WNYC. Jun 11, 1935;

Post, Langdon. Speech. "Protest Reduction of the Federal Housing Program". Meeting called by National Public Housing Conference. Sep 20, 1935;

Report of the Sub-Committee on Community Activities. Jun 25, 1935;

Report of His Honor Fiorello H. La Guardia, Mayor of the City of New York. Jan 25, 1937.



Box 45 Folder 14 Annual Reports, 1940-1941



Box 45 Folder 15 City of New York, reports

Board of Elections of the City of New York. 1927;

Board of Estimate and Apportionment. Amended Zone Building Resolution. 1924;

Board of Estimate and Apportionment. Building Zone Amendment, Dec 19, 1924;

City Committee on Plan and Survey. Sub-committee on housing, zoning and distribution of population. Report, [1928];

Department of Health. City of New York. Bulletin. Vol. XI, No. 2, Feb 1921;

Establishments of setbacks or court yards in the City of New York;

Local laws of the City of New York. No. 12, 1927.



Box 45 Folder 16 Loose Bulletins Published by New York City Housing Authority

"The Failure of Housing Regulation", 1936;

"First Houses", 1935;

"Housing Becomes a National Issue", 1937;

"Housing Confronts Congress", 1937;

A Housing Tale of Two Cities. London and New York", 1937;

Lansing, Margaret F. "Studies of Community Planning in Terms of the Span of Life", 1937;

"Must We Have Slums", 1937;

Post, Langdon W. "Housing or Else", 1936;

Post, Langdon W. "Wage, Slums and Housing. A Few Questions and Answers", 1936;

"Reasons for Public Housing", 1937;

"Towards the End to be Achieved. The New York City Housing Authority. Its History in Outline", 1937.



Box 45 Folder 17 Housing newspapers



Box 45 Folder 18 Housing Projects

Brochures.



Box 46 Folder 01 Dedication ceremonies for housing developments



Box 46 Folder 02 Apartment Application and Housing Rental Forms



Box 46 Folder 03 News clippings



Box 46 Folder 04 News clippings


NEW YORK CITY HOUSING PROJECTS, GARDEN HOMES



Box 46 Folder 05 City and Suburban Homes Co., correspondence



Box 46 Folder 06 City and Suburban Homes Co., annual reports

No. 20, 22, 25, 27-31, 33-34, 36.



Box 46 Folder 07 City and Suburban Homes Co., pamphlets and bulletins



Box 46 Folder 08 Crystie-Forsyth Housing Project

Blueprints.



Box 46 Folder 09 Forest Hills Gardens



Box 46 Folder 10 Fred L. Lavanburg Foundation

Correspondence.



Box 46 Folder 11 The Lavanburg News , 1929-1931

Annual Reports.



Box 46 Folder 12 Hudson View Gardens and other misc. materials



Box 46 Folder 13 Jackson Heights Garden Homes



Box 46 Folder 14 Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Pamphlets

Comfortable Homes in New York City at $9.00 a room a month; Just the Place for Your Children; The Metropolitan, Vol. 29, 9-24.



Box 46 Folder 15 to 16 Paul Laurence Dunbar Apartments, Inc.

Correspondence.



Box 47 Folder 01 The Dunbar News, Vol. II, Dec 31, 1930, Vol. III, Jul 29, 1931, Feb 24, 1932; Bruce, Roscoe Conkling. "An Adventure in Community Building;" Paul Laurence Dunbar Apartments and the Dunbar National Bank of New York City., 1930-1932



Box 47 Folder 02 Phipps Garden Apts, 1932 Feb

Information brochures,The Architecture Forum.



Box 47 Folder 03 Thomas Garden Apts., Prospectus; Brooklyn Garden Apts.



Box 47 Folder 04 News clippings


NEW YORK ORGANIZATIONS, CORRESPONDENCE, I



Box 47 Folder 05 Association to Promote Proper Housing for Girls, correspondence and brochures

"Women and the city's work. Bulletin, Jan 1925-Jan 1926; Jan 1928-Jan 1929; Jan 1929-Jan 1930; Jan 1931-Jan 1932; "The Students' Problem. Where Shall I Live". [1928]; Conference on Unemployment and Housing…1921



Box 47 Folder 06 The Child Federation, Association for Childhood Education



Box 47 Folder 07 City Affairs Committee of New York



Box 47 Folder 08 City Fusion Party



Box 47 Folder 09 Citizen's Housing Council of New York. I.



Box 47 Folder 10 Citizen's Housing Council of New York. II.



Box 47 Folder 11 The Community Councils



Box 47 Folder 12 Community Service Society of New York



Box 47 Folder 13 Essays

Asbury, Herbert. "Days of Wickedness", [Nov 1927]; Boyd, John Taylor Jr. "How Intensively Must We Use the Land". Part I, III.



Box 47 Folder 14 Harlem Associations



Box 47 Folder 15 Henry Street Settlement



Box 47 Folder 16 Hillside Housing Corporation, Nathan Straus



Box 47 Folder 17 The Housing Association of the City of New York



Box 47 Folder 18 Housing Exhibit Committee, City of New York

Family Housing Committee Minutes.



Box 47 Folder 19 Housing Study Guild



Box 47 Folder 20 Jewish Social Service Association



Box 47 Folder 21 National Conference of Social Work



Box 47 Folder 22 National Housing Committee for Congested Areas



Box 47 Folder 23 New York Building Congress



Box 47 Folder 24 New York State Conference on Marriage and the Family



Box 48 Folder 01 19th Annual Conference of Social Work, 1928



Box 48 Folder 02 1933 Mobilization for Human Needs, 1933



Box 48 Folder 03 The Protestant Welfare League, Inc.


NEW YORK ORGANIZATIONS, CORRESPONDENCE, II



Box 48 Folder 04 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs



Box 48 Folder 05 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs, pamphlets and brochures

"Buildings, their uses and the space about them";

"A Close up of the Regional Plan of New York and its Environs", Sep 1929. 3 copies;

Plan of New York and Its Environs. Report of Progress. May 1922-Feb 1923;

"Planning the New York Region. An outline of the organization, scope and progress of the regional plan" by Thomas Adams, 1927;

"Population, land values and government";

"Predicted growth of population of New York and its environs", 1923.



Box 48 Folder 06 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs, news releases and announcements



Box 48 Folder 07 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs, bulletins

"Crowds";

"A Five Year's Study of New York and its Environs";

"The Greatest Metropolitan region in the world has been planned like a business for fifty years to come";

Swan, Herbert S. and George W. Tuttle. "Planning Sunlight Cities". Department of Architectural Engineering;

Taylor, Deems. "The City that Died".



Box 48 Folder 08 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs, news clippings



Box 48 Folder 09 Regional Plan of New York and its Environs, Broadside and Garden City, N.Y.



Box 48 Folder 10 The Regional Planning Association of America



Box 48 Folder 11 Russell Sage Foundation



Box 48 Folder 12 Taylor Society, Inc.



Box 48 Folder 13 United Parents Associations, Parents Exposition



Box 48 Folder 14 Women's City Club of New York



Box 48 Folder 15 Pamphlets by Aug Heckscher

Address at the Bar Association of the City of New York on the elimination of crime at its source and on housing conditions in the congested areas; Address delivered at a Mass Meeting on housing at Town Hall. Jan 22, 1927; The Housing Problem up-to-date. Statement for the Mayor and the Board of Estimated and Apportionment, Jul 26, 1927.; "Unslumming the Slum."



Box 48 Folder 16 Pamphlets

Committee on Living Problems of Families of Moderate Income;

East Side Chamber News. Vol. 1, No. 5, N.Y. Dec, 1928;

History and Development of the Albany Home Building Co.;

Insurance company leaflets; Lindsay, Samuel McCune. "Economic Aspects of the So-Called Emergency Housing Legislation of 1920 in New York State and the alleged housing shortage in New York City;

London Terrace; Runhall, Edwin Alfred. "The Fourth Ward Survey". Rochester, N.Y.;

Ninth Annual Report of the N.Y. Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 1852, By-laws, list of members.



Box 48 Folder 17 Miscellaneous



Box 48 Folder 18 News clippings


TENANTS AND TENEMENT HOUSE ASSOCIATIONS



Box 49 Folder 01 City of New York, Tenement House Department

Personnel chart, Information forms.



Box 49 Folder 02 City of New York, Tenement House Department

Brochure. Information of Interest to Owners and Tenants of Tenement…



Box 49 Folder 03 Charity Organization of the City of New York, Tenement House Committee, correspondence

"The Building Code and Tuberculosis Prevention"; "For You"; "Shall the Law Permit Rooms in Tenement Houses to be Six Feet Wide?"; "Shall Water Closets be Permitted To Get Height and Ventilation From Public Stairs".



Box 49 Folder 04 Plans & costs for buildings in New York City, 1920-1921

Charts.



Box 49 Folder 05 City Wide Tenants Council, First Annual Award Edith Elmer Wood for Meritorious Housing Service



Box 49 Folder 06 City Wide Tenants Council



Box 49 Folder 07 Tenement House Law, brochures and journals

Object and Purpose of Provisional Citizens Committee on the Dwellings Law; Outline of Chief Points in Report Commission on Revision of the Tenement House Law; The Present Status of Tenement House Regulation and the Dangers Which Threaten It. 1921; State of New York. Report of Temporary Commission to Examine and Revise the Tenement House Law. Including all amendments to Jan 1, 1916; What You Should Know About Multiple Dwellings Law.



Box 49 Folder 08 United Tenants League



Box 49 Folder 09 Miscellaneous, tenant organizations, newspaper


WELFARE COUNCIL OF NEW YORK CITY



Box 49 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1928-1930



Box 49 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1931-1932



Box 49 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1933



Box 49 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1934



Box 49 Folder 14 Correspondence, 1935



Box 49 Folder 15 Correspondence, 1936



Box 49 Folder 16 Correspondence, 1937-1940



Box 49 Folder 17 Welfare Council correspondence to Edith Elmer Wood



Box 49 Folder 18 Monthly newsletter; Annual Report, 1933-1937



Box 49 Folder 19 News clippings



Box 49 Folder 20 Management Committee



Box 49 Folder 21 Announcements


Subseries 8: International


INTERNATIONAL HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS, I



Box 50 Folder 01 Ebenezer Howard International Memorial Committee



Box 50 Folder 02 Garden Cities and Town Planning Associations



Box 50 Folder 03 Garden Cities and Town Planning Exhibition



Box 50 Folder 04 International Conference on Housing and Town Planning



Box 50 Folder 05 International Federation for Housing and Town Planning, bulletins, 1928-1928



Box 50 Folder 06 International Federation for Housing and Town Planning, correspondence, 1926-1932



Box 50 Folder 07 International Federation for Housing and Town Planning, correspondence, 1934-1938



Box 50 Folder 08 International Federation for Housing and Town Planning, correspondence, 1939-1940



Box 50 Folder 09 International Federation for Housing and Town Planning, 17th Annual Congress, 1939



Box 50 Folder 10 International Glossary of Technical Terms used in Housing and Town Planning, updated correspondence


INTERNATIONAL HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS, II



Box 50 Folder 11 International Federation for Town, Country Planning and Garden Cities, I

Bulletins. No. 2-8, 10-11. Reports, 4-5.



Box 50 Folder 12 International Federation for Town, Country Planning and Garden Cities, II

Brochures.



Box 50 Folder 13 International Honorary Committee

Correspondence, Alley Dwelling Authority of the District of Columbia.



Box 50 Folder 14 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1928-1931



Box 50 Folder 15 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1932-1933



Box 51 Folder 01 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1934



Box 51 Folder 02 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1935



Box 51 Folder 03 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1926-1938



Box 51 Folder 04 International Town, City and Regional Planning Conference



Box 51 Folder 05 Seventh International Management Conference, 1938

Series II: Foreign Correspondence


BELGIUM AND ITALY



Box 51 Folder 06 Belgium, Correspondence



Box 51 Folder 07 Belgium - Low Income Housing, Bulletins and Essays

Societe pour la construction et l'amelioration de maisons d'ouvriers. Mars, 1922;

The Builder. Nov 11, 1921. Excerpt;

Notice de la constitution des societe local ou regionales de construction et a leur fonctionnement. Janvier, 1921;

Notes sur la Societe cooperative de locataires;

Notice succincte sur le fonctionnement de la societe nationale et des Societe agrees, 1922.



Box 51 Folder 08 Belgium - Low Income Housing, Pamphlets

"La Cooperation Socialiste Belge, 1924";

Le Foyer Schaerbeekois. Societe anonyme pour la Construction d'habitation a bon Mare. 1910;

"De Goedkoope Woning van het Arrondissement Antwerpen". 2 copies;

Societe anonyme anversoise pour la construction et l'amelioration de maisons d'ouvriers.



Box 51 Folder 09 Belgium - Caisse Generale d'Epargne et de Retraite, Correspondence and Pamphlets

Discours pronounces a l'occaision du 75 eme Anniversaire, 1925; Une habitation a bon Mare.



Box 51 Folder 10 Italy, "Instituto per le case popolari"

Notes on the building of… Un decennio di uvita del l'instituto fiorentino per le case popolari; Borgata giardini alla "Garbatella".



Box 51 Folder 11 Federazione Nazionale delle Cooperative, Statuto, 1929



Box 51 Folder 12 Milan, Italy

Edizione, 1921; Pianta guida di Milano; Unione cooperative di Milano.



Box 51 Folder 13 "National Building Union"



Box 51 Folder 14 Rome International Housing Congress

Characteristic features of the house policy in Italy. Speech by the Minister of Industry and Agriculture.



Box 51 Folder 15 Reports

Disegno di Legge. Atti Parlamentari, XXVI, Sessione. 1921-22. Camera Dei Deputati. N. 1678;

Leggi e Decreti per la case popolari ed economiche e per l'industria edilizaia. Ministero Dell' Industria e Del Commercia. 1921;

Urbanistica e Traffica locale in Roma.


FRANCE



Box 52 Folder 01 Association pour l'etude de l'Amenagement et de l'Extention des villes; Circulaire…sur les Plan d'Amenagement et d'Extention. Ministere de l'interieur, 1920 Mar 5



Box 52 Folder 02 Caisse Fonciere de credit pour l'amelioration du logements dan l'industry, Assemblee Generale Ordinaire, 1920-1922



Box 52 Folder 03 Correspondence



Box 52 Folder 04 Garden Cities

Dautry, M. Revue D'Hygiene. Les Cites;

Jardins du Chemin de fer du Nord. 1922. 2 copies;

Les Tablettes de l'Aisne. Jun 18, 1922 (newspaper);

Les Dix Commandements de la Sante de l'habitant des Campagnes;

"Le village modele";

Maps Cite Jardin de Tergnier;

Office Public des habitations a bon Mare du department de la Seine. 5 reports;

Societe Anonyme des habitations economiques de la Seine;

Societe anonyme cooperative de construction de maisons a bon Mare.



Box 52 Folder 05 International Garden Cities and Town Planning Association



Box 52 Folder 06 Ligue Nationale contre le Taudis

Bulletin de la Ligue…Mars-Avril, 1929, Fevrier, Juillet, 1930, Mai, 1931; Informations, etudes et documents. Ligue Nationale…Avril, 1926, Janvier-Fevrier, 1929; Dautry Conference sur la Lutte contre le Taudis. 1925.



Box 52 Folder 07 Low Income Housing



Box 52 Folder 08 News clippings



Box 52 Folder 09 Offices Publices d'Habitations a Bon Mare



Box 52 Folder 10 Monsieur Dautry, reports

Etas Generaux de la Famille Francaise, May, 1923; Report, Dec, 9, 1922. 2 copies.



Box 52 Folder 11 Reports, loose

Comtoir Generale du logement economique. Statuts. L'ingenieur constructeur. Fevrier, 1923;

Fondation "Groupe des Maisons Ouvriers". Ses immeubles en 1907, 1908;

Foundation Rothschild pour l'amelioration des conditions de l'existence materielle des travailleurs. Séance du comite de direction. Exercise 1913, Exercise 1914, 1915, 1916, Exercise 1917, 1918, 1919;

Institute d'histoire de geographie et d'economie urbaines de la ville de Paris; Javary. L'effort du reseau du Nord. Pendant et après la guerre. Conference. 1921;

Mangini, f. Les Petits Logements dan les grandes villes particulierment de la ville de Lyon. 1891;

Le Musee Social. Jan 1922, Mar 1928;

Regie immobiliere de la ville de Paris;

Societe anonyme de logements economiques et d'alimentation. Assemlee generales. Lyon. 1922;

Societe anonyme de logements economiques, Statuts. Lyon, 1889; Societe Civile "Group des Maisons Ouvriers". Notes et considerations, 1905.


GERMANY



Box 52 Folder 12 Articles

"Die Gewog-Wohnung. 1931."; Internationale Hygiene, Austellung. No. 2. Jun, 1931; Der Neuhau. Vol VII, No.7, Apr 10, 1925; "Wohnungsbau mit Stahl und Stroh." Bau-Kurier, Jan, 1931.



Box 52 Folder 13 Breslau

Ansprache des Herrn Oberburgermeister Dr. Wagner; Ausstellungspark Jahrhunder – thalle; Breslauer Wohnungsbauten; iedlungs Gesellschraft Breslau Ag; Siedlung und Stadtplanung in Schlesien.



Box 53 Folder 01 Garden Cities

Botz, Georg. "Gartenstadt bad Durrenberg." "Die Gartenstadt Karlsruhe," 1925. Die Neue Garten Vorstadt Gesundbrunnen. Stadterweiterung Halle.



Box 53 Folder 02 Guide Books

"Around Frankfurt by motor car"; Das Stadion zu Frankfurt a.m.; "Wo in Halle."



Box 53 Folder 03 Housing reports

Ausstellung Karlruhe Dammerstock. Katalog; Leipzig in wort und hild, 1928; Leipzigs Wohnungsbau der Nachkriegszeit. 1930.



Box 53 Folder 04 International Housing Association, correspondence, 1931

Map, Breslau; Bauer, Catherine K. "Prize Essay: Art in Industry," Fortune, May, 1931. Reprint; Thompson, Dorothy. "The State Dictates – The Economic Revolution in Germany," The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 6, 1932.



Box 53 Folder 05 Nürnberg

Bauten der Gemeinnutzigen wohningsbaugesellschaft der Stadt Nurnberg; Gemainnutzige Wohnungsbaugesellschraft der Stadt. Nurnberg; Nurnberger wohnungsbau seit Kriegsende …, 1929; Das Siedlungswerp Nurnberg, 1919-1925.



Box 53 Folder 06 Reports.

Arheiter Kolonie Eisen u. Stahlwerke Vormals Georg Fisher Schaffhausen;

Deutsche Bauausstellung Berlin, 1931;

"Gartenstadt Nurnberg. Gelchafts Bericht." 1927;

"Siemens. Gelchaftsbericht." 1929;

Strassenbahner-Baugenossenschaft Nurnberg." 1919-1929.


GREAT BRITAIN - HOUSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES, I



Box 53 Folder 07 Association of women house property managers

"House property management by trained women"; "Housing for single women in London"; "Management of houses occupied by the working classes, on Miss Octavia Hill's system"; Training scheme; "Women and housing labour saving the home"; Unwin, Raymond. "Distribution."



Box 53 Folder 08 Bebington



Box 53 Folder 09 Building Guild, brochures

"The Building Guild in London," [1921]

The Building Guildsman," Vol 1, No. 3, Feb 15, 1922;

"The Call of the Guild Builders," [1920];

The Case for the Building Guild; Cole, G.D.H. "Guild Socialism," 1920;

The Guild Socialist, Annual Report, No. 63, Mar 1922;

"National Guilds";

Prospectus of the Guild of Builders";

"Wage Slaves or Free Men: The Building Workers' Choice."



Box 53 Folder 10 Borough of Colchester, Annual Report of the Medieval officer of Health, 1937



Box 53 Folder 11 Earswick, York

A lecture on Earswick delivered … Oct. 6, 1923. New Earswick, York.



Box 53 Folder 12 Garden Cities, pamphlets

Childs Richard S. "The New Garden Cities of England," The Outlook, Mar 9, 1918; Garden City Catechism; Lethaby, W.R. and others. "Town Theory and Practice"; Unwin, Raymond. "The Nation's New Houses," 1919; Unwin, Raymond. "Nothing Gained by Overcrowding!" 1918.



Box 53 Folder 13 Glasgow, correspondence, office forms, rent books

McKinley, Adam S. Maxwell, and others. "Housing inspection and ceremony of cutting of the first sod at Pollock Housing Scheme"; By-laws for farmed-out houses in the city and royal burgh of Glasgow.



Box 53 Folder 14 Hampstead Garden Suburb

Some views and general information; "The Suburb by the Heath."



Box 54 Folder 01 Leeds

City of Leeds. Rent scheme; Quarry Hill Flats.



Box 54 Folder 02 Letchworht

"Facts about Letchworth the first garden city in England"; "Letchworth, the garden city."



Box 54 Folder 03 Liverpool

"City of Liverpool. Housing," 1934, 1937.



Box 54 Folder 04 Manchester Corporation Housing Schemes

Scaled drawings.



Box 54 Folder 05 Manchester, Housing Scheme

Burnage, Wilbraham Road and Withington Estates. Drawings.


GREAT BRITAIN HOUSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES, II



Box 54 Folder 06 Manchester

City of Manchester, Annual Report of the City Treasurer on the Housing Schemes. 1938; Wythenshawe. Notes; Specimen. Notes on the Computation of rent debates. 1939.



Box 54 Folder 07 National Housing and Town Planning Council



Box 54 Folder 08 Nottingham

"A Brief review of Nottingham Housing." 1919-1938.



Box 54 Folder 09 Welsyn Garden City, newspaper and drawings

Welwyn Garden City News, Mar 10, 24, 1922, Sep 3, 1926; Welwyn Garden City Illustrated, Spring, 1922. 3 copies; Map of Welwyn; Welwyn for work-play-rest; Welwyn, Herefordshire.



Box 54 Folder 10 Essays

Arkle, A.S. "The Correlation of Mental and Physical Development." Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health, Dec. 1908;

Barnett, S. A. "Homes, Not Habitations";

Final Report of the Women's House Sub-Committee of the Ministry of Reconstruction, Advisory Council, England. Supplement to the Journal of American Architects, May 1919;

Horsfall, T.C. "The Relation of Town Planning to the National Life";

Howard, Ebenezer, "An approach toward an economic rent";

Purdom, C.B. "The Garden City after the War";

Veiller, Lawrence. "Are Great Cities a Menace?";

Walrous, Richard B. "Personal observations of some developments in housing in Europe."



Box 54 Folder 11 Housing publications



Box 54 Folder 12 News clippings



Box 54 Folder 13 News clippings



Box 54 Folder 14 Miscellaneous


GREAT BRITAIN, III, HOUSING REPORTS



Box 54 Folder 15 National Federation of Housing Societies, 1938-1939

Fourth Annual Report and Accounts and Official Bulletin.



Box 54 Folder 01 Bournville

Bournville"; "Bournville Housing," 1922. 2 copies; "Bournville Village Trust," 1921; "The Bournville Village Trust," [1916] Plans; "Experimental House, Hay Green Lane, Bournville"; "The Factory in a Garden"; George Cadbury, 1893-1922; "Your Own House"; "The Bournville Village Trust" [1910].



Box 54 Folder 02 Essex



Box 54 Folder 02 Hampstead

"Co-Partnership in Housing"; "The Pioneer Co-Partnership Suburb"; The Housing Centre. Third Annual General Report, 1937-1938.



Box 54 Folder 03 Harborne

Harborne Tenants Limited.



Box 54 Folder 03 Liverpool

British Association Visit.



Box 54 Folder 03 London Country Council

Chingford Housing Estate; Housing; Housing scheme, review of position.



Box 54 Folder 03 The Lands Improvement Company



Box 54 Folder 03 Manchester

City of Manchester and how it is managed, 1938. Report of the Housing Director …



Box 54 Folder 04 Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyre, Housing. A Brief review of post-war activities.



Box 54 Folder 04 Port Sunlight

Employees' Handbook. Lever Brothers Ltd. Vol. 5, Jul, 1925; Port Sunlight and its people; Progress, in Memoriam, William Hesket Viscount Leverhulme"; "Souvenir"; "Souvenir of Port Sunlight"; Visit of the International Housing Conference to Port Sunlight, Aug. 9, 1907. Mr. Lever's Address; Worldwide Progress.



Box 54 Folder 04 Welwyn

Guessens Court. Welwyn Garden City.


GREAT BRITAIN, IV, GOVERNMENT REPORTS



Box 56 Folder 01 Circulars and reports

Circulars. Ministry of Health. No. 222, 1696, 1697, 1740;

General housing memorandum No. 9A. Financial assistance to public utility societies and housing trusts;

Memorandum of the housing committee upon the housing needs of the city – Mar 1925;

Ministry of Health. Type Plans and Elevations of houses designed by the Ministry of Health in Connection with the State Aided Housing Scheme. 1920;

Public Works Loan Board. 63rd Annual report of the Public Works Loan Board. 1937-1938;

Shears, R.T. "Housing the Rural Worker." The Journal of the Ministry of Agriculture. Vol. XLII, No. 6 (Sep, 1935);

Statement made by the Minister of Health in the House of Commons on 14th Jul, 1921.



Box 56 Folder 02 Health

Arkle, A.S., "The Condition of the Liverpool School Children";

Medical inspection. Paper Read at the North England Education Conference, Bradford, 1907;

Arkle, A.S., "Modern Problems in Education," Medical Inspection II. Paper read before the Liverpool child study association, 1907;

Interim report of the committee appointed by the Minster of Health to consider and advise on the principles to be followed in dealing with unhealthy areas;

Unhealthy areas committee, Ministry of Health, Second and final report (1921).



Box 56 Folder 03 Local Government Board, 1912-1917

Annual Reports



Box 56 Folder 04 Ministry of Health Housing Acts

Housing Acts, 1890-1919. Assisted scheme (public utility society);

Housing (Additional Powers) Act, 1919;

Grants to Private Persons or Bodies of Persons Constructing Houses under the Housing (Additional Powers) Acts, 1919;

Housing Act, 1921, 1930, 1935;

Housing Act, 1935, Consolidation of Housing Contributions and Accounts;

Housing (Financial Provision Act, 1938.);

Rural Housing Manual, Housing (Financial Provisions) Act, 1938.



Box 56 Folder 05 Ministry of Health, publications

"About Housing";

Central Housing Advisory Committee, "Rural Housing";

"Construction of flats for the working class";

"Housing";

"New Homes for Old";

"Housing, House Production, Slum clearance, etc. England and Wales," 1938;

"Housing, powers and duties of local authorities";

List of publications of the Ministry of Health. 1938;

The Management of municipal housing estates. 1938;

Rents of houses and flats owned by local authorities. 1937.



Box 56 Folder 06 Reports

"The Mortalities of Birth, Infancy and Childhood." National Health Insurance. Medical Research Committee. Series 10, 1918; "The Working Class Home, its Furnishings and Equipment," Report by the Council for Art and Industry. 1937.



Box 56 Folder 07 Statutory Rules and Orders

Housing of the Workings Classes, England, 1919.; Housing, England, 1920; Statutory Rules and Orders, 1920.;Town Planning, England. 1921.


HOLLAND



Box 56 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1922



Box 56 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1939



Box 56 Folder 10 Drawings, blueprints, 1922



Box 56 Folder 11 Cooperatives

"Amsterdamsche Cooperatieve wonig vereeninging zamenwerking," 1925-1926;

"Centrale Bond van Nederlandsche Verbruikscooperaties." Jaarnerslag over 1925;

"Centrale cooperatie voor woninginrichting G. A., mart," 1926;

Centrum van's – Gravenhage. Map; Coop Restaurant. Dutch Cooperative Housing Societies and the Mutual Ownership plan";

Glasfabriek. Leerdam; Lidmaalschapsboekje en Aandeelen; Bewijs der Amsterdamsche Cooperatieve Woningvereeniging;

"De Moderne Woning."



Box 57 Folder 01 Dutch housing

Amsterdam, development of the town, housing improvement; Housing picture postcards; Gemeentelijken Woningdenst, Verslag, 1921; "Roterdam."



Box 57 Folder 02 Financial survey, ca. 1938



Box 57 Folder 03 Photographs, 1939



Box 57 Folder 04 Reports

Algemene woning-bouwvereniging en stickting "Amsterdam." Verslag, 1938; Nationale Woningraad. Jaarverslag over 1937; Woningdenst. "Verslagen der Bedrijven Diensten en Commissien van Amsterdam, 1937.



Box 57 Folder 05 Reports

Address by Mr. Jan Bommer. Member of the City Council. Amsterdam … and special lecturer for the National Public Housing Conference. 1937; Algemene woningbouwvereeniging te Amsterdam; Nederlandsch Institute voor Volkshuisvesting. Report XV. 1922; Oueredo, Dr. A. "Het Zeesburgerdorp," 1933.



Box 57 Folder 06 "The housing problem of the asocial or undesirable families", 1937


NORWAY



Box 57 Folder 07 Oslo, Housing



Box 57 Folder 08 Photographs



Box 57 Folder 09 to 10 Loose Journals

The Cooperative movement in Norway;

Folketellingen i Norge. Dec, 1920;

Hoorledes stiftes cooperative foreninger?;

Katalog over Bygge Og Bo Utstilling;

Norges Kooperative Landsforening Kooperatoren, Sep, 1926. Social work in Oslo – Norway;

Stein, Clarence. Amsterdam – Old and New. Journal of the American Institute of Architects. Reprint.



Box 58 Folder 01 to 05 Loose Journals

Survey of social work and hindered activities in Norway;

Tijdschrift voor volkshusvesting. Jul, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1922; Jan-Dec, 1924; Jan-Feb, Oct, 1925;

The work of the Norwegian women's public health association during 25 years.


SPAIN



Box 58 Folder 06 Spanish Linear City

Correspondence and Printed drawings.



Box 58 Folder 07 Linear City

Drawings.



Box 58 Folder 08 Legislation sobre Casas baratas y economicas, 1925-1926



Box 58 Folder 09 Photographs



Box 58 Folder 10 Reports

Castillo, Mr H.G. del. "Project de cite lineaire Belge"; La Cite Lineaire; Ciudades jardines y ciudades lineales; Ponencia. Congreso Nacional de Ingenieria.



Box 59 Folder 01 Loose Journals

La ciudad lineal. Memoria. Madrid. Cuidad Lineal, 1911; Datos Acercade la ciudad lineal. Valencia, Federico Lopez. "El problema de la Vivienda en Espana. Ministerio de trabajo y prevision.



Box 59 Folder 02 Publications of Instituto de Reformas Sociales

Construccion de casas baratas. Auxilios del estadopara la construccion de casas baratas. Exposicion y Congreso Internacional de Trazado de Poblaciones. La Mision de los ayunlamientos en el problema de la vivienda; El problema de la vivienda en Inglaterra por Federico Lopez Valencia; El problema de la vivienda en las Estados Unidos; Que es una casa barata?, 1922; Que es una casa barata? 1923.


MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES



Box 59 Folder 03 Austria, Luxembourg, Iceland

Reykyvik. Development and Town Planning Board. 1939; Die Sozialpolitische Bedeutung Der Wohnungswurtschaft in Gegenwardt und Zukunft. Austria; Frommes, Henry. "Die Wohnungswirt – schaft im Grossherzogtum Luxemburg."



Box 59 Folder 04 Correspondence, Canada



Box 59 Folder 05 Correspondence, Displaced foreign scholars

[Wood, Edith Elmer] "The International Conference at London." Handwritten.



Box 59 Folder 06 Correspondence, European Trip, 1921-1922

Housing, Name Cards



Box 59 Folder 07 Correspondence, Displaced foreign scholars



Box 59 Folder 08 Correspondence, World Travel Acquaintance, Inc.



Box 59 Folder 09 Cuba



Box 59 Folder 10 Czechoslovakia, Prague - Housing

Treusch-Butter, O. "Building activity in Prague"; Reports book; Velke Praha. Orientacni Plan a seznam ulic.



Box 59 Folder 11 Czechoslovakia, Prague

"The City of Praha and Housing Welfare." 1928; Das kuratorium. Zur Verhasserung der Wohnungs – Verhaltnisse in Prag und Umgebung, 1912-1936; The Planning of Greater Prague and Environs; Praha; Der Regulierungsplan von Gross; Prag und Umgebung.



Box 59 Folder 12 Japanese - Housing



Box 59 Folder 13 Mexico, 1928

Map



Box 59 Folder 14 New Zealand, Broadside

The Dominion of New Zealand. The Times. (Annual Financial and Commercial Review), Feb 10, 1925.



Box 59 Folder 15 Poland

Dom Osiedle Mieszkanie. 1939; Warszawska Spoldzielnia Mieszkaniswa.



Box 60 Folder 01 Stockholm, Sweden, brochures

Circular Tours in Stockholm and Environs; The Circular Tour; Kindergarten activities of the "HSB" Organization; Grand Hotel; Map of Stockholm; 1939 Stockholm Stads Smastugor. Plan of Brussels; The Social Pedagogic Seminary. Var nar hur i Stockholm.



Box 60 Folder 02 Sweden, reports

Alm, Ulla. "Cooperative Housing in Sweden"; Dwellings for large families. Oxholm, Axel. "The Small Housing Scheme of the City of Stockholm." U.S. Department of Commerce. 1935; "Stockholm of Today."



Box 60 Folder 03 U.S.A.

The Emergency Committee in aid of displaced foreign [German] scholars. 1940; American Civic Association, Series III, No. 1, May 1925; "Your Washington."



Box 60 Folder 04 U.S.S.R.

News clippings.

Series III: Legislations


THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AND NEW YORK STATE



Box 60 Folder 05 Bills

66th Congress 1st session, H.R. 7597; 66th Congress 1st session, S.2492; 67 Congress, 1st session, S.797. A bill to encourage home ownership and to stimulate the buying and building of homes, to create a standard form of investment…



Box 60 Folder 06 Legislation, 1910s-1920s

Bills and hearings.



Box 60 Folder 07 Memorandum

Public Works Housing Corporation exercise of power and eminent domain under Industrial Recovery Act.)



Box 60 Folder 08 New York Supreme Court

In matter of New York City Housing Authority to acquire title to property in Manhattan.



Box 60 Folder 09 Postal Saving System

67th Congress 1st session. H.R. 2163. A bill to increase the utility of the Postal Saving System; 66th Congress, 2nd session. House of Representatives. Operations of the Postal Savings System; Statement of the Operations of the Postal Savings System by the Postmaster General.



Box 60 Folder 10 Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. vs. Certain land in the City of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, et al., 1935



Box 60 Folder 11 Miscellaneous



Box 61 Folder 01 to 03 Loose Bulletins

Central Housing Committee. Weekly Digest of Current Judicial Decisions, Opinion and Legislation Affecting Housing or Housing-Finance Agencies. No. 1-27. No. 4 missing.


WAGNER – ELLENBOGEN BILL



Box 61 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1936 Mar-May

Includes material sent to President Roosevelt, to Henry Ellenbogen, and Robert Wagner



Box 61 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1936 Jun-Nov



Box 61 Folder 06 Announcements, Summary of the hearings, Bill



Box 61 Folder 07 News clippings



Box 61 Folder 08 News clippings



Box 61 Folder 09 News clippings



Box 61 Folder 10 to 12 Loose Reports

Bills : 75th Congress, 1st session. (23 pieces);

Hearings, concerning: Slum and Low-rent public housing. Amendments to U.S. Housing Act of 1937;

United States Housing Act of 1936;

"Federal Housing Act of 1937," Monthly Labor Review (Oct, 1937) of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Reprint;

Report. Revival of Residential Construction;

S. 4424, A bill to provide financial assistance to the states and political subdivisions thereof for the elimination of unsafe and insanitary housing conditions… ;

74th Congress, 2nd session; Report, the Housing Act of 1936.


ZONING. NEW JERSEY. MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, I



Box 62 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1924-1927



Box 62 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1928



Box 62 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1929



Box 62 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1930



Box 62 Folder 05 Bulletins and essays on zoning

Black, Russell Van Nest. "Can Intelligent Zoning Be Done Without A Comprehensive City Plan?";

Board of Estimate and Apportionment. City of New York. Amended building zone resolution;

Ford, George B. "Zoning Can Help the Farmer";

Ford, George B. "Zoning," National Real Estate Journal, Sep 26, 1921;

National Conference on City Planning Bulletin. No. 3, Dec, 1926;

Report of the Middle Township Zoning Commission. Statement Respecting Zoning in Ocean City, N.J.;

Whipple, George C. "Zoning and Health";

Wood, Edith Elmer. "Work of the Middle Township Zoning Commission Draws to a Close," "How Fast is the Population of Middle Township Growing?";

Zoning in New Jersey end Elsewhere. Recent New Jersey decisions not in line with those in other states.



Box 62 Folder 06 Bureau of Municipal Information. N.J. State League of Municipalities

Black, Russell Van Nest. "Building Zoning into the City Plan." Paper presented 4th Annual Conference. 1929; New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conventions. 14th (1929), 15th (1929); Proceeding of Zoning Meeting. Oct 16, 1928; Report No. 219. "Additional zoning decisions, New Jersey Supreme Court"; Report No. 221. "The Essentials of Zoning"; Report No. 223. "Results of Zoning in New Jersey Municipalities"; Wigton, C. Benson. "The Administration of a Zoning Ordinance." Paper Presented at the Fourteenth Annual Conference, 1929.



Box 62 Folder 07 Cape May Court House, 1930

Mailing lists; Official 1930 directory.



Box 62 Folder 08 Map. Building zone. Stone Harbor, Avalon, New Jersey.



Box 62 Folder 09 Map, building zone, Ventnor City, N. J.



Box 62 Folder 10 Maps, city, New Jersey road, 1929



Box 62 Folder 11 Model Zoning, 1928 Oct 31


ZONING. NEW JERSEY. MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, II



Box 62 Folder 12 News clippings



Box 62 Folder 13 Ordinance - Cape May, Middle Township



Box 62 Folder 14 Suggested zoning ordinance, 1928 Oct 31



Box 62 Folder 15 U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Chamber of Commerce of the U.S. Zoning

Department of Commerce. Twenty four millions citizens benefit by zoning. Zoning progress in the United States. Jan, 1924. Mar, 1925; Zoning. A statement of principles and procedure.



Box 62 Folder 16 Zoning, Legislation - New Jersey, Mass.

An Act pertaining to zoning. Ch. 274, Laws of 1928. State of New Jersey; Commonwealth of Mass. House…No. 1061. An Act; Edgewater Park Needs Zoning; Mass. Federation of Planning Boards; Ordinances supplementary to and amendatory of the Stone Harbor, New Jersey, Building Code and Zoning Ordinance; Outline of proposed zoning plan for City of Boston; Zoning Ordinance. Adopted Apr 29, 1929. Township of Edgewater Park, N.J.; Zoning Bill. 2 copies; Zoning Ordinance, City of Waltham, Mass. Adopted Jun 22, 1925.



Box 62 Folder 17 Zoning ordinances (2) - Glynn City, Georgia



Box 62 Folder 18 Miscellaneous

Announcements, sketches, supply lists.

Series IV: Instructional Material


TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. CORRESPONDENCE, I



Box 63 Folder 01 Correspondence, 1913, 1918-1925



Box 63 Folder 02 Correspondence, 1926



Box 63 Folder 03 Correspondence, 1927



Box 63 Folder 04 Correspondence, 1928



Box 63 Folder 05 Correspondence, 1929



Box 63 Folder 06 Correspondence, 1930



Box 63 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1931



Box 63 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1932-1933



Box 63 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1934



Box 63 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1935



Box 63 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1936



Box 63 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1937



Box 63 Folder 13 Correspondence, 1938-1942



Box 63 Folder 14 Social Legislation, class notes

Course outline by Samuel McCune Lindsay; Exam; Brochure, "Health Insurance and Wage Earners."



Box 63 Folder 15 Columbia University, information bulletin, 1925-1931


TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. CORRESPONDENCE, II



Box 63 Folder 16 Committee on Research in Housing of Columbia University, 1938



Box 63 Folder 17 Course Outlines



Box 63 Folder 18 Course Outlines



Box 63 Folder 19 Course Outlines, Enrollment Lists, Recommendations, Grades



Box 64 Folder 01 Course Outlines, Exams, Reading Lists



Box 64 Folder 02 Housing Class, Private

Organized by George B. Zug



Box 64 Folder 03 Housing Courses, American Universities

Research, La Vie Urbanisme.



Box 64 Folder 04 New York School of Philanthropy



Box 64 Folder 05 New York School of Social Work



Box 64 Folder 06 New York University, Home Conditions Study, 1929



Box 64 Folder 07 New York University, School of Architecture and Allied Arts

Announcements.



Box 64 Folder 08 News Clippings



Box 64 Folder 09 Notebooks The Teacher's Improved Class Book



Box 64 Folder 10 Ph.D. Correspondence

Notebook, "Types of Social Agencies"; Report of social work for the second semester 1917; Intercollegiate Community Service Association, Special Meeting Announcement.



Box 64 Folder 11 Miscellaneous


Iowa State College, Department of Home Economics, 1938. Lecturing Engagements



Box 64 Folder 12 Iowa State College, correspondence

Correspondence between Paulene Nichell, Department Head and EEW.



Box 64 Folder 13 Iowa State College, correspondence, 1938



Box 64 Folder 14 Iowa State College, Home Management Course

Outline and Reading Lists.



Box 64 Folder 15 Iowa State College, College Newspaper and Bulletins

Iowa State College Bulletin. Summer Quarter, 1938. Summer Quarter Calendar, 1938; Bulletin program. Fourth Annual Country Life Institute, 1938; Summer Quarter News, Jun 14, 17, 23, 1938; Campus Map.



Box 64 Folder 16 Iowa State Planning Board - Pamphlets, Bulletins, Correspondence

Better Housing in Iowa. Iowa State Board of Health. Bulletin No. 9, 2 copies; Report of the Housing Commission, 1917; Housing Law of Iowa, 1919; Iowa Planning News, Supplement Mar-Apr 1938; May-Jun 1938.



Box 64 Folder 17 Lecturing Engagements, 1924, 1925

Correspondence.



Box 64 Folder 18 Lecturing Engagements, 1926

Correspondence.



Box 64 Folder 19 Lecturing Engagements, 1927

Correspondence.



Box 64 Folder 20 Lecturing Engagements, 1928-1929

Correspondence.



Box 64 Folder 21 Lecturing Engagements, 1933-1940

Correspondence.



Box 64 Folder 22 New York State Conference on Social Work, address and responses, 1940 Oct 10

Wood, Edith Elmer. "What Kind of Housing Will These Rents Buy?"; Address before the New York State Conference on Marriage and the Family, Apr 13, 1940, "Housing, Homes and the Family."



Box 64 Folder 23 Broadcast, Peggy Wood's Quilting Bee under the Auspices of the National Council of Women of the United States, 1940 Feb 14

Survey Graphic Magazine.



Box 64 Folder 24 Lectures

Wood, Edith Elmer. "Housing problems today and public responsibility for helping their solution." Delivered at Vassar Institution of Eugenics, Jul 20, 1936. Wood, Edith Elmer. "Social aspects of housing in America." Delivered at the New School of Social Research, Oct 7, 1936.



Box 64 Folder 25 Lecture delivered by Edith Elmer Wood at Harvard University Summer School, "The Economics of Public Housing.", 1940 Jul 31

Lecture delivered Apr 15, 1940, "Catching up with Housing."



Box 64 Folder 26 Speech - YWCA, Boston, 1941

"Public and Defense Housing."



Box 64 Folder 27 Miscellaneous

Undated correspondence; The Neighbor, Dec, 1933


NOTEBOOKS



Box 65 Folder 01 to 04 Household economics

S168. Course title, "Housing problems, social and economic." 1937; Household and community economics. S179; Household economics S168. Course title. "Housing in relation to family welfare." 1925-1932; Household Economics S179. "Economics of the family household and social security." 1936-1937.



Box 65 Folder 05 to 08 EEW course notes

"Social legislation," taught by Samuel McCune Lindsay; Syllabus of a course of Lectures on "Housing for the Allied Church Women's Housing Committee" by Edith Elmer Wood; Housing Notes; Housing Notes; Housing Notes.

Series V: MSS. Correspondence


MSS. RECENT TRENDS IN AMERICAN HOUSING, BY EDITH ELMER WOOD.



Box 66 Folder 01 Correspondence



Box 66 Folder 02 Introduction, Bound Copy



Box 66 Folder 03 Typed Corrected Copy



Box 66 Folder 04 First Manuscript



Box 66 Folder 05 Galley



Box 66 Folder 06 Galley, Book Jacket


MSS. EDITH ELMER WOOD



Box 66 Folder 07 "Distribution of Housing in the United States"



Box 66 Folder 08 "Housing in the Southeastern Region"



Box 66 Folder 09 "The Housing of Wage Earners in the United States"



Box 66 Folder 10 "Slums in the United States," Encyclopedia Britannica

Handwritten copy.



Box 67 Folder 01 Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States

Galley.



Drawer 209 Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States

Photo panels (9 boards, with 20 photographs), possibly for an exhibition?



Box 67 Folder 02 Slums and Blighted Areas in the United States

Corrected copy.



Box 67 Folder 03 Wood, Edith Elmer and Elizabeth Ogg, "Problems of Public Housing"

Galley.



Box 67 Folder 04 Miscellaneous Essays

"The American Housing Problem in the N.R.A";

"Building and the Building Industry." Bulletin No. 2.;

"A Century of the Housing Problem";

"Changes Proposed in Housing Conditions";

"Does New Jersey want her share?" The Newark Call, Nov 16, 1933;

"Enemies of the People."



Box 67 Folder 05 Miscellaneous Essays

"Housing";

"Housing, U.S.";

"Housing as a sufficient study in American Universities";

"Housing and Home Economics";

"Housing in the 1930 census";

"The Housing situation in the United States."



Box 67 Folder 06 Miscellaneous Essays, Book Reviews

"A Nation scrapping its slums";

"The Part of the Federal Government";

"The President's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership";

"The Rebuilding of Blighted Areas";

"Recent Steps Toward the Solution of America's Housing Problem";

"The Role of the Home Economist in the National Housing Program";

"The Relationship between the Rehabilitation of the Slums and the City Plan";

"What do delinquency areas prove?";

"When do we begin?" 3 copies;

"Why Housing?";

Book Reviews by EEW; Housing Urban America, by Henry Wright;

Housing Problems and Possibilities in the United States, by Frank Watson;

The New Day in Housing, by Louis H. Pink.


CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO EEW RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS



Box 67 Folder 07 Correspondence, 1919-1929



Box 67 Folder 08 Correspondence, 1930



Box 67 Folder 09 Correspondence, 1931



Box 67 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1932-1936



Box 67 Folder 11 Correspondence, 1937-1938



Box 67 Folder 12 Correspondence, 1939-1943



Box 67 Folder 13 Review of Recent Trends in American Housing



Box 67 Folder 14 Essays by Edith Elmer Wood

"The Baby or the Canary Bird";

"Building and the Building Industry";

"The Costs of Bad Housing";

Post Conference Research Project No. 1;

Report on Research and Recommendation for Post-Conference Research of committee No. 25 on relationship of income and the home;

"What has kept down construction costs during the house building boom in England?"



Box 67 Folder 15 Miscellaneous, Notes

Alher, Louis J., "Where do we go from here?"


PUBLICATIONS - CORRESPONDENCE WITH MAGAZINES AND PUBLISHING COMPANIES I



Box 67 Folder 16 The American City , 1927-1928

Buttenheim, Harold S., "Away with the Slums."



Box 67 Folder 17 The American City , 1929



Box 67 Folder 18 The American City , 1930-1932



Box 67 Folder 19 The American City , 1933-1941

Wood, Edith Elmer. "Notes on the advantages of planned communities."



Box 67 Folder 20 The American Eugenics Society

Wood, Edith Elmer. "The Scope and Methods of Modern Building."



Box 67 Folder 21 The American Scholar

Wood, Edith Elmer. "Moving America out of the Slums, an essential for the future of Democracy."



Box 67 Folder 22 The Annals of the American Academy of Political Science



Box 67 Folder 23 The Architectural Forum

Proof of the first article of Buildings' Post-was Pattern series. Committee of the Boston Society of Architects on War Housing.



Box 68 Folder 01 The Architectural Record , 1933

"The Housing Exhibit of the Architectural League Exhibition."



Box 68 Folder 02 Current History Magazine



Box 68 Folder 03 The Curtis Publishing Company



Box 68 Folder 04 E.P. Dutton Company

Memorandum of agreement on "Housing Progress in Western Europe"; Brochures. "The Housing Famine and How to End It."



Box 68 Folder 05 Encyclopedia Britannica



Box 68 Folder 06 Encyclopedia Britannica



Box 68 Folder 07 Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, specimen pamphlet, 1929

"Subsidized housing in London and New York." Handwritten copy. Brochures. Contributor's list.



Box 68 Folder 08 Fortune, "Housing."



Box 68 Folder 09 Housing, published by the National Housing Association.



Box 68 Folder 10 Independent Woman, "Housing is up to you," by EEW



Box 68 Folder 11 Journal of Home Economics



Box 68 Folder 12 Journal of the American Institute of Architects

Proof copy, a National Competition for the Best Solution of the Housing Problem.



Box 68 Folder 13 Journal of the American Statistical Association



Box 68 Folder 14 Law and Contemporary Problems



Box 68 Folder 15 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1918-1919.



Box 68 Folder 16 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1920-1930.



Box 68 Folder 17 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1931



Box 68 Folder 18 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1932



Box 68 Folder 19 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1933-1937.



Box 68 Folder 20 MacMillan, Correspondence, 1940



Box 68 Folder 21 National Municipal Review



Box 68 Folder 22 The New Republic



Box 68 Folder 23 Press Debates Association, Inc., 1920



Box 68 Folder 24 Press Debates Association, Inc., Contracts

The World, Apr 2, 1920, Galley



Box 68 Folder 25 Public Affairs Committee, Inc.



Box 68 Folder 26 Public Affairs Committee, Inc.

Wood, Edith Elmer and Elizabeth Ogg. "Problems of Public Housing." Confidential Draft, 1940; Criticism, revisions; "The United States Housing Authority Program, Progress and Policies."



Box 68 Folder 27 Real Estate Record



Box 68 Folder 28 The Review of Reviews



Box 68 Folder 29 Shelter

Preliminary application draft by Shelter for a grant…; Wood, Edith Elmer. "Housing in my time."



Box 68 Folder 30 Social Science… Pi Gamma Mu.



Box 68 Folder 31 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1928-1935



Box 68 Folder 32 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1936-1937



Box 68 Folder 33 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1938-1939



Box 68 Folder 34 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1940-1941



Box 68 Folder 01 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1936

"What do delinquency areas prove?"; "Greeks hearing gifts"; Wood, Edith Elmer, "What is Housing? And who are its enemies?"; "The Hands of Esau"; Confidential criticism of "The Hands of Esau"



Box 69 Folder 02 The Survey Graphic, Correspondence, 1939

Wood, Edith Elmer, "Public Housing and Subsidized Housing."; "Tentative Outline for a special issue of Survey Graphic on the subject of Housing and Planning," Tentative list of articles



Box 69 Folder 03 The Survey Graphic, circulars



Box 69 Folder 04 The Women's Citizen



Box 69 Folder 05 Miscellaneous

Series VI: Miscellaneous


MISCELLANEOUS. PEOPLE. CORRESPONDENCE



Box 69 Folder 06 A-B



Box 69 Folder 07 Aronovici, Carol



Box 69 Folder 08 Alfred, Helen



Box 69 Folder 09 Bauer, Catherine



Box 69 Folder 10 C



Box 69 Folder 11 D



Box 69 Folder 12 E-F



Box 69 Folder 13 Ely, Richard T.



Box 69 Folder 14 Ford, James



Box 69 Folder 15 G



Box 69 Folder 16 Godfrey, Grace



Box 69 Folder 17 H



Box 69 Folder 18 I-L



Box 69 Folder 19 Ihlder, John



Box 69 Folder 20 Issacs, Stanley



Box 69 Folder 21 La Guardia, Fiorello H.



Box 69 Folder 22 M



Box 69 Folder 23 Mallon, Guy W.



Box 69 Folder 24 Mayer, Albert



Box 69 Folder 25 N-R



Box 69 Folder 26 Nolen, John



Box 69 Folder 27 Randall, Alexander B.



Box 69 Folder 28 Robbins, Ira



Box 69 Folder 29 S



Box 69 Folder 30 Stein, Clarence



Box 69 Folder 31 T-Z



Box 69 Folder 32 Tounsend, Harriet



Box 69 Folder 33 Unwin, Raymond



Box 69 Folder 34 Wright, Henry



Box 69 Folder 35 Zug, George B.


MISCELLANEOUS. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. ESSAYS AND ORGANIZATIONS



Box 69 Folder 36 The American Housing Council



Box 69 Folder 37 Biographical Data on Edith Elmer Wood



Box 69 Folder 38 Building and Construction



Box 70 Folder 01 Committee for Economic Recovery



Box 70 Folder 02 Department of Citizenship. National Council for the Prevention of War. National War Work Council of the Y.M.C.A.



Box 70 Folder 03 Joint Conference of Housing and Welfare Officials, Public Administration Clearing House, 1939



Box 70 Folder 04 National Industrial Conference Board



Box 70 Folder 05 National Municipal League



Box 70 Folder 06 New York World's Fair, 1939



Box 70 Folder 07 Photographs of Edith Elmer Wood



Box 70 Folder 08 Works Progress Administration



Box 70 Folder 09 Adair, Frederick, John B. Ogden, Luke C. Quinn, "Proposals for housing the unemployed;" "Proposal for establishing a work project under the Department of Public Welfare", 1934 Jul



Box 70 Folder 09 "America's Standard of Shelter, a New York World's Fair Exhibit on Housing"



Box 70 Folder 09 "An American Housing Council"



Box 70 Folder 09 Andrews, Benjamin J. "Education and the Home." Teachers College Record, 1924 Jan



Box 70 Folder 09 Aronovici, Carol. "Minimum Homes and Maximum Families," Birth Control Review, 1932 Mar



Box 70 Folder 09 Australian Vital Statistics. Science, vol 73, No. 1892



Box 70 Folder 09 Baruch, Bernard M. "Priorities? The Synchronizing Force." Harvard Business Review, Reprint, 1941 Spring



Box 70 Folder 09 Boyd, John Taylor, "How intensively must we use the land?" The American City, Reprint



Box 70 Folder 09 [Brody?] essay on government supported housing.



Box 70 Folder 09 Excerpt from pamphlet "What Social Workers Should Know about their Own Communities"



Box 70 Folder 10 "City Planning," Public Reporting



Box 70 Folder 10 Delano, Frederic A. "Memorandum on the subject of housing for the low income groups", 1938 Jan 6



Box 70 Folder 10 Deutsch, Maurice. Address before the Rotary Club, "Establishing a principle for the permanent elimination of blighted areas", 1933 Aug 31



Box 70 Folder 10 Deutsch, Maurice. Address before the Rotary, "The Importance of the merchant and businessman of the elimination of juvenile delinquency (slum conditions and consequent crime)", 1933 Sep 12



Box 70 Folder 10 Deutsch, Maurice. "Comments re: 'Deutsch Plan' for low rental housing permanent slum elimination", 1933



Box 70 Folder 10 Eldridge, Seba. "Projected investigation of collective ownership and control of economic enterprise", 1937



Box 70 Folder 10 Fantin, Renee. "Survey of British and American Housing", 1940



Box 70 Folder 10 Ford, James. "Good Housing for Families of Modest Means", 1929 Apr



Box 70 Folder 10 Goell, Milton J. "The Cash Surplus in public housing." Dynamic America. Reprint, 1940 Mar



Box 70 Folder 10 Gove, George. "Community Values in Government Housing."



Box 70 Folder 11 Magnusson, Leifur. "Housing by Employees in the United States" Monthly Review of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917 Nov



Box 70 Folder 11 Neifeld, M.R. "The Growth of Cash Savings in the United States and the National Income", 1932 Jun 24



Box 70 Folder 11 Ogburn, William F. "A Study of Rents in Various Cities." Monthly Labor Review



Box 70 Folder 11 Philips, Wilbur C. "Adventure of democracy" or "The Social Unit Theory and Plan," Brief synopsis



Box 70 Folder 11 Purdy, Lawson. "New York's New Dwelling Bill," The Survey, 1928 Feb 15



Box 70 Folder 11 [Captain Reiss] Incomplete, untitled essay



Box 70 Folder 11 Rodger, Robert W. Aldrich. "The Part which the building industry can play in a sound recovery program"



Box 70 Folder 11 "Reconstruction and production," 66th Congress, 3rd session, Senate Report, 1920



Box 70 Folder 11 Stone, Peter A. "A technique for establishing relative values of realty." Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, vol 131, no. 21 (3402)



Box 70 Folder 11 Swan, Herbert S. and George W. Tuttle. "Land subdivisions and the city plan." National Municipal Review, Supplement, 1925 Jul



Box 70 Folder 11 Tylor, W. Russell. "Importance of the human factor in city planning"



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, "Danger in National Defense Housing of Permitting High-pressure Home Purchase Plans to get Underway," Memorandum, 1940



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, "Federal agencies and activities requires for an all-around housing program", 1942



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, "Housing as an Economics Factor." Abstract.



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, "Must working people live in frayed-out houses?"



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, Report of the Committee on Housing, 1921 Mar 29



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, Report on the economic conditions of the South. Prepared for the President of the National Emergency Council, 1938 Jul 25



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, "What the American people have a right to expect in the way of shelter."



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, Reviews

"Cost of Living in the United States"; "Housing," by Robert Moses. Popular Science Monthly;"Laborer's Homes," by D. Stephen Smith,



Box 70 Folder 12 EEW, Untitled Essay


MISCELLANEOUS, MAGAZINES AND REPORTS



Box 70 Folder 13 Architecture



Box 70 Folder 13 The American Institute of Architects. Program. 51st annual convention, 1918



Box 70 Folder 13 Holden Arthur C. "Architectural Law," Zoning, Traffic and Building Types," The Architectural Forum, Reprint, 1928 Feb



Box 70 Folder 14 Building materials



Box 70 Folder 14 Kind, Merris. "How Portland Cement is Distributed"



Box 70 Folder 14 "Lakeolith"



Box 70 Folder 14 "The Morrill Moulded Concrete Houses"



Box 70 Folder 14 "Solving Industrial Problems with Concrete"



Box 70 Folder 15 Defense housing



Box 70 Folder 15 Airplane view of Yorkship Village and Characteristic Types of Homes



Box 70 Folder 15 Childs, Richard S. "The First War Emergency Government Towns for Shipyard Workers. I. Yorkship Village," Camden, NJ The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 1918 May



Box 70 Folder 15 Defense Papers, No. 3



Box 70 Folder 15 Selected bibliography of industrial housing in America and Great Britain during and after the war. US Department of Labor



Box 70 Folder 15 "Suggestions for Housing Women War Workers", 1918 Jan



Box 70 Folder 15 "War and City Planning," Brochure



Box 70 Folder 16 Health



Box 70 Folder 16 Average expectation of life, chart



Box 70 Folder 16 City Health , 1929 Jul-Aug



Box 70 Folder 16 Fisk, Eugene Lyman. "Extending the health span and life after forty"



Box 70 Folder 16 The Medical Times, Reprint, 1923



Box 70 Folder 16 Journal of the Outdoor Life , 1916 Mar



Box 70 Folder 16 Messenger, Hiram J. "The Underdeveloped field in the life insurance business", 1911



Box 70 Folder 16 Committee on Municipal Health Department Practice of the American Public Health Associations, First report, 1921 Nov



Box 70 Folder 16 "Protect of the home and the home circle"



Box 70 Folder 16 Summary of estimates of the hygienic performance of laundries," Boston University. Bureau of Consumer Research, 1928



Box 70 Folder 17 Home Making Booklets. Issued by McCall's Magazine



Box 70 Folder 17 Goldsborough, Lillian Purdy, "The New Hospitality"



Box 70 Folder 17 Mead, Marcia, "The Small House"



Box 70 Folder 17 Walsh, Dorothy Ethel. "Decorating your home"



Box 70 Folder 17 Wood, Ruby Ross. "The House of Good Taste"



Box 70 Folder 18 Industrial Management, 1920, 1926



Box 70 Folder 18 Building investment and maintenance, 1927 Feb



Box 70 Folder 19 The Nation , 1920 Apr 17, 24



Box 70 Folder 20 Small Homes



Box 70 Folder 20 Hamlin Winthrop. "Low Cost Cottage Construction in America" Department of Social Ethics. Harvard University. No. 7, 1917



Box 70 Folder 20 The Small Home , 1925 Jun



Box 70 Folder 20 White, Charles E. "What you should know when building a little house"



Box 70 Folder 20 Wright, Henry. "Platting City Areas for Small Homes," The Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Supplement, 1920 Aug



Box 70 Folder 21 The Survey , 1920-1921



Box 71 Folder 01 United States Steel Corporation. Bulletin, 1928 Dec, 1924 Jul



Box 71 Folder 02 Urban, Industrial Housing



Box 71 Folder 02 "Housing Plans for Cities"



Box 71 Folder 02 Magnusson, Leifer. "A Modern Industrial Suburb." Monthly Review of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. US Department of Labor, 1918 Apr



Box 71 Folder 02 "Modern Industrial Housing"



Box 71 Folder 03 Workingmen's Homes



Box 71 Folder 03 Atterbury, Grosvenor. "The Economic production of workingmen's Homes", 1930 Jan



Box 71 Folder 03 "Good Homes make contented Workers"



Box 71 Folder 03 "Home Building for Wage Earners"


MISCELLANEOUS



Box 71 Folder 04 Building and Construction



Box 71 Folder 04 Better Built Homes. Vol VI



Box 71 Folder 04 The Center of Your World



Box 71 Folder 04 Forty Ways to lower home building costs



Box 71 Folder 04 Here's how to cut 1/3 from brickwork cost



Box 71 Folder 04 The Linotype Bulletin, vol 18, no. 1



Box 71 Folder 04 Metal Fence



Box 71 Folder 04 Monthly Bulletin of the American Iron and Steel Institute, 1933



Box 71 Folder 04 Plumbing and Heating Magazine , 1932 Apr



Box 71 Folder 04 Restful rooms



Box 71 Folder 04 Whitehead, Russell, F., "Good Houses"



Box 71 Folder 04 Why Build Fireproof



Box 71 Folder 05 Pamphlets and brochures



Box 71 Folder 05 American Federation of Labor, Report of Proceedings



Box 71 Folder 05 Guiding City Growth



Box 71 Folder 05 How other people get ahead



Box 71 Folder 05 Low rent, high quality, cooperative housing



Box 71 Folder 05 A memorandum to the steel corporation



Box 71 Folder 05 Nolen, John, "Town Planning and its Relations to the Professions Involved," American Society of Civil Engineers, Paper No. 1643



Box 71 Folder 05 Report of the Information and Education Service, 1919



Box 71 Folder 05 School and Society , 1931 Apr



Box 71 Folder 05 That alley of yours



Box 71 Folder 06 Pamphlets and Brochures



Box 71 Folder 06 [Allen, Leslie K.] Industrial housing problems



Box 71 Folder 06 Community Planning…National Housing Act



Box 71 Folder 06 How to modernize your farm and home



Box 71 Folder 06 "Knot Knotes"



Box 71 Folder 06 The Modern Home



Box 71 Folder 06 Play and Home Planning



Box 71 Folder 06 Realism in Housing



Box 71 Folder 06 Soper, George A. "The Curious Career of Typhoid Mary," The Diplomate, 1939 Dec



Box 71 Folder 06 The Tenant and his landlord



Box 71 Folder 06 Tretter, Maxwell H., "Public Housing Finance," Harvard Law Review, Reprint, 1941 Jun



Box 71 Folder 07 to 10 Miscellaneous (4 folders)



Box 71 Folder 11 to 12 Newspaper clippings (2 folders)



Box 72 Folder 01 The Dunbar News , 1931 Nov-Dec



Box 72 Folder 01 The Journal of Electrical Workers and Operators , 1932 Apr



Box 72 Folder 01 The Lavanburg News , 1931 Mar



Box 72 Folder 01 Tomorrow's Town , 1944-1945


PHOTOGRAPHS AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS



Box 72 Folder 02 Blueprint, aerial view "Le Foyer Remois" (Remis) Booklet "pictures of Welwyn Garden City" (Hertfordshire)



Box 72 Folder 03 Postcards depicting Welwyn Garden City, Poplar Borough Council House plan



Box 72 Folder 04 City Maps and House plans Bagnolet, Verdun, Reims, and Malabry (France)



Box 72 Folder 05 Photographs, city maps, Dugny (France), various "cite-jardin" maps



Box 72 Folder 06 Photographs and post cards of houses in Tergnier (chemin de Fer du Nord, France)



Box 72 Folder 07 Photographs of houses in Brussels, Belgium and Tenements (New York)



Box 72 Folder 08 Photographs and postcards of houses and apartment buildings, Rome, Italy



Box 72 Folder 09 Miscellaneous city maps, postcards of housing (France), photographs of Paris street



Box 72 Folder 10 Miscellaneous photographs (France, Belgium), postcards of Riverdale Courts and Spruce Court (Toronto)



Box 72 Folder 11 Photograph

1 from Foote, marked "Foote Homes"—photos-city tenement Memphis views), postcards of Amsterdam Housing



Box 72 Folder 12 Postcards (houses, workers, streets) Reims, France; Misc. photographs of Belgium and France



Box 72 Folder 13 Ephemera-letters found within "American Legion Magazine"