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Mary Ellen Richmond papers, 1861-1955, undated

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Call No.: MS#1069
Bib ID 4079264 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Richmond, Mary Ellen, 1861-1928
Title Mary Ellen Richmond papers, 1861-1955, undated
Physical Description 85 boxes (85 boxes)
Language(s) English .
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Correspondence, manuscripts, and records relating to the career of Mary E. Richmond. The papers cover Miss Richmond's social work career in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York where whe served as Director of the Charity Organization Dept. of the Russell Sage Foundation. Her efforts were directed toward the reorganization and introduction of new methods, including the case method. Also contains childhood memorabilia and an 1821 genealogy.

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Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Mary Ellen Richmond papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Ownership and Custodial History

Gift of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1949.

Gift of the Smith College Library, 1996.

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Cataloged Christina Hilton Fenn 08/--/1989.

Poem & correspondence Processed HR 10/09/1998.

The original printed finding aid was converted into an EAD document in May 2020. There is additional description and an index in the printed finding aid that was not included in the EAD document. The original printed finding aid is available here as a pdf.

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2020-05-29 EAD document created by CCR.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Pioneer social worker, author, educator. Miss Richmond was the author of SOCIAL DIAGNOSIS, MARRIAGE AND THE STATE, FRIENDLY VISITING AMONG THE POOR, and CHILD MARRIAGES.

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Part I: Mary Ellen Richmond Archive--Pre-Professional, Baltimore, and Philadelphia Periods, 1861-1909


Part I.1: Letters, Writings, and Personal Effects, 1861-1889


Genealogical Documents



Box I.1 Folder 1 Ellen M. Harris' record of Richmond, Harris, and Westcott marriages, births, and deaths, undated


Box I.1 Folder 1 Family Record pages from 1821 New Testament

[Kept by Mehitable Harris?]


Box I.1 Folder 1 Photostat copy of MER's Family Tree as recorded in Family Bible dated 1746

Original property of William C. Harris, in possession of Miss Gordon Hamilton, 1930.


Box I.1 Folder 1 Family Tree copied from Family Bibles by Joanna C. Colcord in 1929


Letters showing relations between MER and Mrs. Laura Richmond Hooper, her step-mother


Box I.1 Folder 2 Letter to MER from Mrs. Hooper, 1901 September 13


Box I.1 Folder 2 Three letters to MER from M. L. White, Baltimore COS case worker, about Hooper family affairs, dated Sep 30, Oct 8, and Oct 11, 1901, 1901 September 30-October 11


Box I.1 Folder 3 Childhood keepsake, undated

Religious card with note on verso to MER from Sister Relagia Boyd, her aunt on her father's side


Letters showing relations between MER and Ellen M. Harris, her aunt


Box I.1 Folder 4 Copies of six letters from MER to Aunt Ellen, 1870-1872


Box I.1 Folder 4 Two letters to MER from Aunt Ellen, 1908 April 17 and 1915 July 7


Box I.1 Folder 5 Doctor's receipt and letters to MER from Ellen M. Harris and others concerning Aunt Ellen's final illness and death, 1919


Box I.1 Folder 5 Correspondence between MER and Mary Eleanor Shafer concerning Aunt Ellen's bequests, 1919


Box I.1 Folder 5 Aunt Ellen's address book, memorandum book, and her article, "Notes on the Life of Huxley"

Article appeared in The Open Door October 1919, pp. 10-11


Letters showing relations between MER and Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Mary Richmond, her aunts

Arranged chronologlically.


Box I.1 Folder 6 Letters, 1913 July 18-1920 December 19


Box I.1 Folder 7 Letters, 1922 January 5-1925 December 16


Box I.1 Folder 8 MER's childhood copy book

Presented to her by her "teacher," G. Perez, January 20, 1872.


Box I.1 Folder 9 Copy of Eastern Female High School Twenty-sixth Annual Commencement program, 1878 June 27

Accompanied by 1930 statement by Ruth Mann about the commencement and correspondence between Joanna Colcord and the Principal of Eastern High School, 1930


Box I.1 Folder 10 MER Notebook labeled "Bibliography"

With calendar for 1880 pasted on inside cover and autograph of "M. E. Richmond"; contains lists of works by Scott, Tyndall, Ruskin, Dickens, Dr. Johnson, Emerson, George Eliot, and list of Latin Poets


Seven programs of the DeValin Literature Club meetings


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1882 November-1883 January


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1883 February-May


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1883 October-1884 January


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1884 February-May


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program--Mrs. Browning Evening, 1884 May 30


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1884 October-1885 January


Box I.1 Folder 11 Program, 1885 October-1886 January


Box I.1 Folder 12 MER Essay, "Books and Reading", 1882 October 20

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, October 20, 1882; a.m.s., 39 p.


Box I.1 Folder 13 MER Essay, "Washington Irving", 1883 March 19

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, March 19, 1883: a.m.s., 36 p, and 31 half-page typescript.


Box I.1 Folder 14 MER Essay, "Milton", 1883 December 14

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, December 14, 1883 (Contained in notebook headed "DeValin Literature Club Essays, Vol I : Contents, Dante, Miss Jennie Taylor, read November 17, 1882; and Milton, Miss Richmond, read December 14, 1883." The Milton essay is in MER's holograph. Also 45 half-page typescript.



Box I.2 Folder 15 MER Essay, "Jeremy Taylor", 1884 April 25

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, April 25,1884; a.m.s., 32p, and 26 half-page typescript.


Box I.2 Folder 16 MER Essay, "Sir Thomas More", 1884 December 1

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, December 1, 1884.: a.m.s., 66 p., and 60 half-page typescript.


Box I.2 Folder 17 MER Essay, "The Baron, the Page, and the Minstrel", 1885 November 2

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, November 2, 1885: a.m.s., 33 p, and 29 half-page typescript.


Box I.2 Folder 18 MER Essay, "The English Novel", undated

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, undated: 33 p. holograph draft and 23 half-page typescript.


Box I.2 Folder 19 MER Essay, "Charles Dickens", undated

Written for presentation to the DeValin Literature Club, undated: 27 p. holograph draft and 29 half-page typescript.


Box I.2 Folder 20 Scrapbook of newspaper and magazine clippings bearing MER's autograph, 1883-188?

The first clipping is an article by Miss Richmond on "Juvenile Literature" from the Lutheran Home, 1883. Three other newspaper clippings are dated 1884 and 1885. Most of the clippings deal with Rev. Charles R. Weld's sermons at the first Independent Christ Church, but only two are dated: 1884 and 1885. Folded in front are a Stork & Co. Society Bulletin for 1883 and three sets of MER holograph notes.


Box I.2 Folder 21 MER holograph notebook, undated

MER holograph notebook headed "Sidney Lanier," with table of contents, undated. Pages 3-5 and 8-11 contain entries for "Shakespere Class" dated 1888. Pages 164-270 contain a "programme" given by the Shakespeare Class. 276 p. Folded in front are five undated poems in MER's holograph, as follows: "Crinan[?] Weather"; "The Alphabet"; "Team Play" "Sheepfolds"; "Small blame to the worlds that want you"


Box I.2 Folder 22 Typescript copies of two letters to MER from Fred W. Werner, 1888 June 30 and 1889 December 23

Typescript copies of two letters to MSR from Fred W. Werner, member of the Unitarian Church Shakespeare Class, dated June 30, 1888 (accompanied by "Presentation") and December 23, 1889.


Photostats of two letters concerning the Baltimore Charity Organization Society position of assistant treasurer, 1888


Box I.2 Folder 23 J.F Martenet to Charles J Bonaparte, 1888 February 24

The letter of resignation of MER's predecessor.


Box I.2 Folder 24 Jesse F. Hampton to Special Committee, Baltimore Charity Organization Society, 1888 December 15

A letter of application for the position of assistant treasurer. Pasted on this letter is the advertisement from the December 1888 Evening Sun which MER answered.


Box I.2 Folder 25 Miscellaneous biographical data

Miscellaneous biographical data relating to MER's Pre-professional Period, collected by Ruth Mann and Joanna Colcord, 1928-1931.


Part I.2: Baltimore Period: Letters and Related Materials, 1889-1900

Note: The records of the Baltimore Charity Organization Society were destroyed in a fire in 1919 and the official file of letters and organizational documents and papers is very incomplete.


General letters to and from MER, mostly of an official or professional nature, 1890-1891



Box I.3 Folder 25 Francis R. Peabody to MER, 1890 November 17


Box I.3 Folder 25 MER to Charles J. Bonaparte, 1891 February 21


Box I.3 Folder 25 MER to the Daughters of Israel, 1891 May


Box I.3 Folder 26-32 General letters to MER, mostly of an official or professional nature, 1894-1900, undated, 7 folders

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.3 Folder 33-39 Letters of a personal nature from Zilpha Drew to MER, 1892 April-1900, 7 folders

Arranged chronologically.


Miscellaneous materials relating to the Zilpha Drew Smith - Mary Richmond friendship during this period, 1892-1900


Box I.3 Folder 40 ZDS diary of Colorado vacation, 1892


Box I.3 Folder 40 MER note with photograph to ZDS, 1894 September 22


Box I.3 Folder 40 Other letters to or from ZDS, 1892, 1894, 1900


Box I.3 Folder 41-42 Copy of form letter sent out by MER, and responses, 1895 April 25, 2 folders

Form letter asking for information needed to prepare a paper on "The Treatment of the Families of Idle and Intemperate Men" (presented at the National Conference, New Haven, 1895, under title of "Married Vagabonds"), and the responses to her questions, arranged chronologically for April and May 1895.


Letters and other materials from the Macmillan Company concerning publication and sales of Friendly Visiting Among the Poor (New York, 1899), 1898-1911


Box I.3 Folder 43 Contract, 1898 November 16


Box I.3 Folder 43 Four letters from Macmillan Company to MER, 1898 November 15-1899 February 21


Box I.3 Folder 43 Yearly statements of sales, 1898-1911


Box I.3 Folder 44 Letters to MER in response to publication of Friendly Visiting Among the Poor (New York, I899), 1899

Letters arranged chronologically from January 31 to April 26, 1899; also typescript copy of discussion at Agents' Meeting, Boston, June 29, 1899, on review in Manchester Guardian.


Letters relating to Helen B. Pendleton, Baltimore Charity Organization Society worker and friend of MER, 1896-1954


Box I.3 Folder 45 Two letters from MER to Miss Pendleton, 1898 March 14 and [No Year] June 27


Box I.3 Folder 45 Extracts from Miss Pendleton's letters to her family during MER's Baltimore Period, 1896 October 1, 1898 January 23, and undated


Box I.3 Folder 45 Letter from John M. Glenn to Miss Pendleton, 1901 November 30


Box I.3 Folder 45 Letter from Miss Pendleton to Muriel Pumphrey about MER materials from this period, 1954 September 27


Box I.3 Folder 46 Two printed case records from the London Charity Organization Society, circa 1899

These were sent out as specimens of case work by C. S. Loch, April 1899. Accompanied by note in unidentified handwriting that MER had no idea what a case record could be until she saw the London COS samples.


Letters and other materials relating to the Baltimore-Philadelphia transition, 1900


Box I.3 Folder 47 Eleven letters from H. LaBarre Jayne to MER, 1900 January 31-April 7

About offer of General Secretary position at the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity.


Box I.3 Folder 47 Letter from MER to Mr. Jayne, 1900 March 18


Box I.3 Folder 47 Two enclosures relating to the Philadelphia SOC, undated


Box I.3 Folder 47 Three press clippings from Philadelphia newspapers, 1900


Box I.3 Folder 48 MERs holograph draft letter of resignation from the Baltimore Charity Organization Society to Charles Bonaparte, 1900 March 12

Includes carbon of typescript statement of acceptance and recognition of service from the Society s Board of Managers, undated.


Box I.3 Folder 49 Letters and notes from Baltimore and other persons relating to MER's leaving Baltimore, 1900 March 2-May 22

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.3 Folder 50 Letters and notes from Philadelphia and other persons relating to MER's coming to Philadelphia, 1900 February 14-May 14

Arranged chronologically.


Part I.3: Baltimore Period: Writings and Personal Effects, 1889-1900



Box I.4 Folder 51 "The Friendly Visitor"

Holograph draft [not in MERs handwriting] 10p. "M.E.R.'s first speech in public at annual meeting of Balto. C.O.S. in 1890" written at end in MER's hand. Verso of p.10 has "Mr. J. M. Glenn, Glenn Bldng., 12 St. Paul"


Box I.4 Folder 52 "The Profession and Practice of Begging", 1891

Holograph draft. An address delivered at the East Baltimore Business Men's Association, April 23, 1891; also typescript copy.


Box I.4 Folder 53 "Criticism and Reform in Charity", 1896

A lecture delivered before the Social Science Club of the Woman's College, Baltimore, January 17, 1896 (Printed in The Charities Review, Vol V, no. 4, February 1896, p. 169-181).


Box I.4 Folder 54 "The Training of Charity Workers", 1897

Separate reprint. Paper read at a meeting of the Civic Club, Philadelphia, March 19, 1897 (two copies).


Box I.4 Folder 55 "Attitude of a Working Woman toward Working Women", 1897

Typescript copy. Address delivered before the Third National Convention of Working Women's Clubs, Philadelphia, April 30, 1897 (From the Report of the Proceedings of the Convention, p. 188-192).


Box I.4 Folder 56 "The Relation of our District Work to Church Charity Work", undated

Holograph draft. n.p., n.d. [1898 or 1899?], 16p; accompanied by Edward T. Devine letter, October 5, 1916, and MER's reply, Octotber 14, 1916, relating to this manuscript.


Box I.4 Folder 57 Miscellaneous notes and outlines for speeches, addresses, and lectures, 1896-1900


Box I.4 Folder 58 Some Facts about Child-Beggars, 1894, undated

Some Facts about Child-Beggars, 4-page leaflet prepared by MER and issued by the Baltimore Charity Organization Society (No.32, March 1894). Also Syllabus for "Class for the Study of Charitable Work in the Homes of the Poor," conducted by MER Februral and March [n.y.], 4-page leaflet.


Box I.4 Folder 59 "To Every Baltimore Clergyman" and "Our Relation to the Churches", 1899 October

Typescipt copies. Editorials written by MER for the Baltimore Charities Record, October 1899.


Box I.4 Folder 60 "The Work of a District Agent. Instructions and Suggestions compiled for the Charity Organization Society of Baltimore by its General Secretary, Mary E. Richmond", 1900

Typescript notebook containing unpublished manual,"The Work of a District Agent. Instructions and Suggestions compiled for the Charity Organization Society of Baltimore by its General Secretary, Mary E. Richmond," Baltimore, May 1, 1900, 72p; accompanied by 1920 correspondence between Jeffrey Brackett and MER referring to this manuscript.


Box I.4 Folder 61 "Friendly Visiting", undated

Holograph draft. Article written for The Commons but not published, undated. (Published in The Long View as "The Settlement and Friendly Visiting" and dated there as circa 1899).


Box I.4 Folder 62 "What is Charity Organization?", 1900 January

Page proofs. Article written for Charities Review, January 1900.


Box I.4 Folder 63 "In Hospital", 1901 October 1

Two typescript copies. Article written for American Journal of Nursing, October 1, 1901.


Six poems written by MER, 1889-1903


Box I.4 Folder 64 "Dualism", 1889 July 17

Typescript copy.


Box I.4 Folder 64 "Love, a masking came to me", 1889 November 23

Typescript copy.


Box I.4 Folder 64 "Breezy Weather", 1891 August

Photostat of a holograph signed "M.E.R."


Box I.4 Folder 64 "Recognition", 1891 October

Photostat of a holograph signed "M.E.R."


Box I.4 Folder 64 "Three steps across the threshold and then turn", 1892 July 4

Colorado Springs. Photostat of MER holograph and typescript copy.


Box I.4 Folder 64 "A sturdy Yorkshire mite of four or five", 1903 July 17-December 1

Typescript copy.


Box I.4 Folder 64 Accompanied by three letters relating to the poems, 1931


Box I.4 Folder 64 Ruth Mann to Ada Arens Morawet, 1931 February 3


Box I.4 Folder 64 Ada Arens Morawetz to Ruth Mann, 1931 February 4

Incomplete


Box I.4 Folder 64 Louisa Eyre to Ruth Mann, 1931 March 2


Box I.4 Folder 64A "Dualism", undated

a.ms.s with photograph of MER as a child and related letters.


Three sets of miscellaneous MER holograph notes, 1892-1897


Box I.4 Folder 65 "Clouds", 1892 September


Box I.4 Folder 65 "Myrtle Club Grieg Programme", 1894 June 8


Box I.4 Folder 65 "Guesses at Symphony Programmes", 1896 November-1897 January


Box I.4 Folder 66 "A Plea for Poetry", 1893 July

Typescript copy. Written by MER for Myrtle Club, July 1893.


Box I.4 Folder 67 Diary, 1897

Autographed "M. E. Richmond." Diary pages are spotty and contain note of reading references or engagements. Cash Account pages in back are fully kept.


Box I.4 Folder 68 Diary, 1898

Autographed "M. E. Richmond." Diary pages are spotty and contain note of reading references. Cash Account pages in back are fully kept. MER's National Conference membership card for 1898 inserted in back pocket.


Box I.4 Folder 69 Diary, 1900

Diary pages are spotty and mostly contain note of reading references or engagements. Cash Account pages in back are fully kept.


Materials relating to Jane Addams, 1899, undated


Box I.4 Folder 70 "The Subtle Problems of Charity", 1899

Article by Miss Addams clipped from the January 1899 Atlantic and saved by MER.


Box I.4 Folder 70 MER holograph draft letter to Jane Addams, undated

n.p., undated


Box I.4 Folder 71 Miscellaneous biographical data relating to MER's Baltimore Period

Collected by Ruth Mann and Joanna Colcord, 1928-1931.


Part I.4: Philadelphia Period: Letters and Related Materials, 1900-1909



Box I.5 Folder 72-81 General letters of an official or professional nature to and from MER as General Secretary of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, 1900-1909, 10 folders

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 82 Letters of a personal nature from Zilpha Drew Smith to MER, 1900 December 9-1904 April 14

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 83 Letters of a personal nature from Zilpha Drew Smith to MER, 1905 April 22-1909 August 3

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 84 Letters of a personal nature from Julia R. Rogers of Baltimore to MER, 1900 November 14-1904 January 17

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 85 Letters of a personal nature from Julia R. Rogers of Baltimore to MER, 1905 November 6-1908 February 1

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 86 Letters of a personal nature to MER from various persons, 1902 September 25-1909 November 12

Arranged chronologically.


Box I.5 Folder 87 Letters of a personal nature from MER to Constance Biddle of Philadelphia, 1907 July 24-1909 August 29

Arranged chronologically.


Letters and other materials relating to MER's trip to England and Scotland in 1903, 1903


Box I.5 Folder 88 James Campbell letter to [Margaret] Horn, 1903 July 7


Box I.5 Folder 88 Margaret Horn letter to MER, 1903 July 8


Box I.5 Folder 88 Margaret Horn postcard to MER, 1903 July 20


Box I.5 Folder 88 E. J. Holdane[?] letter to MER, [1903 July 21]


Box I.5 Folder 88 Margaret Horn letter to MER, 1903 July 27


Box I.5 Folder 88 Calling cards for Miss Richmond and Miss Foss


Box I.5 Folder 88 MER diary for 1903, 1903

Contains entries from June 25 to August 5, a few addresses and memoranda, and folded in the back, a list of hotels and addresses with a dried flower pressed in.


Letters and other materials relating to Anna Justice, Philadelphia SOC volunteer worker, 1907, undated


Box I.5 Folder 89 Anna Justice to MER, 1907 May 1-June 15


Box I.5 Folder 89 Henry Justice (Anna's father) to MER, 1907 November 16 and December 20


Box I.5 Folder 89 Funeral Sermon, 1907 July 25


Box I.5 Folder 89 Anna Hinchman's poem, undated


Box I.5 Folder 89 "A Friend Indeed," remembrance by Mary L. Walsh, undated


Part I.5: Philadelphia Period: Letters and Related Materials, also Official SOC Publications, 1900-1909



Box I.6 Folder 90 Letters to MER enclosing statistics of district committees of charity organization societies in seven cities, together with Miss Richmond's summary, 1901 June


Box I.6 Folder 91 Copy of form letter sent out by MER, and responses, 1904

Letter of March 9, 1904 asking for case records from other societies to be used in preparation of a book of Lectures to Charity Workers, and the responses to her request, arranged chronologically from March 12 to Jun 10, 1904. Accompanied by two sets of MER notes outlining the projected book.


Box I.6 Folder 92 Copy of form letter sent out by MER to Philadelphia volunteers, and responses, 1907

Letter of April 10, 1907 asking for accounts of their experiences to be used in preparation of an SOC leaflet on friendly visiting, and the responses to her request, arranged chronologically from April 14 to May 5, 1907. Accompanied by typescript copies of Excerpts from Philadelphia friendly visitors' letters; Statement by Henry H. Bonnell; and "Concerning the Difficulty of Beginning" by H.W. Cadbury, May 1, 1907.


Box I.6 Folder 93 Copy of form letter sent out by MER to other societies, and responses, 1907

Letter of April 15, 1907 requesting names and addresses of volunteers to supply accounts of their experiences as friendly visitors, and the responses to her request, arranged chronologically from April 16 to April 29, 1907.


Box I.6 Folder 94-95 Copy of form letter sent out by MER to other societies, and responses, 1907, 2 folders

Letter of April 23,1907 asking for accounts of their experiences to be used in preparation of an SOC leaflet and speech on friendly visiting, and the responses to her request, arranged chronologically from April 23 to May 15, 1907; also five undated letters.


Letters relating to The Good Neighbor in the Modern City (Philadelphia, 1907), 1907


Box I.6 Folder 96 MER's request for advice on a chapter, 1907 October

MER's request for advice on a chapter sent to six recipients October 1, 1907, and their responses, October 1907.


Box I.6 Folder 96 Edward T. Devine's letter to MER, 1907 October 13


Letters and other materials from the Lippincott Company concerning publication and sales details for The Good Neighbor in the Modern City (Philadelphia, 1907), 1907-1935


Box I.6 Folder 97 Contract and Statement of Royalties, 1907-1935

Contract, October 1907, and statements of royalties, 1908-1935.


Box I.6 Folder 97 Letters concerning sales figures, 1908-1931


Box I.6 Folder 97 Publication announcement and reviews, 1907


Box I.6 Folder 98 Letters to MER in response to publication of The Good Neighbor in the Modern City (Philadelphia, 1907), 1907 November 22-1908 July 4

Arranged chronologically


Letter, telegram, and press clippings relating to MER's new position as Director of the Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage Foundation, 1909


Box I.6 Folder 99 Letter from John M. Glenn to MER, 1909 February 10


Box I.6 Folder 99 Telegram from John M. Glenn to MER, 1909 April 16


Box I.6 Folder 99 Press clippings announcing appointment, 1909 April 20-May1


Box I.6 Folder 100 Letters and notes from Philadelphia and other persons relating to MER's leaving Philadelphia, 1909 March 16-November 23

Arranged chronologically


Box I.6 Folder 101 Letters and notes from New York and other persons relating to MER's coming to New York, 1909 March 18-September 26

Arranged chronologically


Box I.6 Folder 102 Three Annual Reports of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, 1898-1900

Prepared before MER became General Secretary: February 1898, February 1899, and February 1900.


Box I.6 Folder 103 Twenty-third Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending December 31, 1901, 1901

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 104 Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending December 31, 1902, 1902

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 105 Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending December 31, 1903, 1903

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 106 Cities within the City: Six Short Studies, being the Twenty- sixth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1904, 1904

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 107 Twenty-seventh Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1905, 1905

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 108 What is the Truth about Relief?, being the Twenty-eighth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1906, 1906

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 109 On Working Together, being the Twenty-ninth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1907, 1907

Prepared by MER and her staff; also reprint without tables, lists, etc.


Box I.6 Folder 110 A Red Letter Year in Philadelphia Charity, being a reprint of the Thirtieth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1908, 1908

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Box I.6 Folder 111 The Ninth Milestone, being the Thirty-first Annual Report of the Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity for the year ending August 31, 1909, 1909

Prepared by MER and her staff.


Twelve SOC leaflets.and pamphlets, circa 1902-1907, undated

Prepared by MER and her staff for publicity purposes.


Box I.6 Folder 112 Short Stories with a Moral, [1902]


Box I.6 Folder 112 More Short Stories, [1904]


Box I.6 Folder 112 The News Letter for May,1904, 1904 May


Box I.6 Folder 112 Stop-cock Stories, [1905]


Box I.6 Folder 112 Sixty-five Queries, 1905 December


Box I.6 Folder 112 A New Year Letter, 1906 January 1


Box I.6 Folder 112 Differences, 1906 March


Box I.6 Folder 112 The Friendly Visitor, [1907 November]


Box I.6 Folder 112 13 Widows, 8 Deserted Wives, 10 Sick, 8 Incurables, 12 Aged, [1907]


Box I.6 Folder 112 Eight Steps in a Plan for Seeing People Through, [1907?]


Box I.6 Folder 112 Two Weeks in a District Office of the S.O.C., undated


Box I.6 Folder 112 General Suggestions to those who Visit the Poor, undated


Two miscellaneous items prepared for the SOC by Miss Richmond and her staff, 1906


Box I.6 Folder 113 Civil Service Examination for position of special clerk, Department of Charities, Philadelphia, 1906


Box I.6 Folder 113 Report of the Committee on the Special Case System of Relief to the Board of Directors, Philadelphia SOC, 1906 November 19


Box I.6 Folder 114 "Unrevised Draft of Manual for Case Workers in Philada. S.O.C., Confidential", undated

Typescript. 75p. Accompanied by sample office forms bearing a 1909 date.


Part I.6: Philadelphia Period: Writings and Personal Effects, 1900-1909



Box I.7 Folder 115 "Charitable Co-operation", 1901

Separate reprint of an address delivered at the National Conference meeting [in Boston?], 1901.


Box I.7 Folder 116 "Some Recent Lessons in the Relief of Distress", 1902 March

Typescript draft of an address delivered at the Cuban Conference, March 1902, Also reprint titled "First Principles in the Relief of Distress" (in the Field Department Charities and the Commons for June 1906) and typescript extract titled " 'Relief' and 'Administration' Expenses" January 15, 1913.


Box I.7 Folder 117 "The Retail Method of Reform", 1905 April 16

Holograph draft of an address delivered before the Ethical Culture Society, April 16, 1905; also reprint from International Journal of Ethics, June 1906, p. 171-179.


Box I.7 Folder 118 Untitled address, 1905

Typescript of untitled address to students of the New York School of Philanthropy, 1905.


Box I.7 Folder 119 "Investigation as a Help and Protection to the Poor", 1906 January 23

Typescript; given as Lecture 1 of an Extension Course at the Boston School for Social Workers, January 23, 1906.


Box I.7 Folder 120 "Industrial Conditions and the Charity Worker", 1906 December 10

Typescript of a speech read before the Industrial Exhibit, December 10, 1906.


Box I.7 Folder 121 "Friendly Visiting", 1907 June 19

Separate reprint of an address delivered before the 34th National Conference in Minneapolis, June 19, 1907.


Box I.7 Folder 122 Untitled speech, 1909 February 27

Typescript of untitled speech for Trades Union Night at the Tuberculosis Exhibit, February 27, 1909.


Box I.7 Folder 123 "The Relation of Organized Charity to the Tuberculosis Campaign", undated

Typescript, n.p., n.d.


Box I.7 Folder 124 Notes and outlines for lectures to students at the New York School of Philanthropy, 1901-1908

Accompanied by printed matter.


Box I.7 Folder 125 Notes and outlines for lectures to students at the University of Pennsylvania, 1907

Accompanied by Syllabus for Preliminary Course in Social Work inaugurated at the University of Pennsylvania, April 16-June 1, 1906.


Box I.7 Folder 126 Miscellaneous notes, outlines, clippings, and fragments for speeches to small groups, 1900-1908


Box I.7 Folder 127 "A Tangle of Good Intent", 1905 June 17

An article published in Charities, Vol 14, no. 12, Jun 17, 1905, p 843-846.


Box I.7 Folder 128 MER' s reviews of The Principles of Relief by Edward T. Devine, and Poverty by Robert Hunter, 1905 July

Torn out of International Journal of Ethics, Vol 15, July 1905, p. 503-507.


Box I.7 Folder 129 "Necessities of Philadelphia Charities", 1907 May 12

Typescript draft of an article written for the Philadelphia Ledger, May 12, 1907 (17 half-pages with page 1 missing).


Box I.7 Folder 130 Typescript draft of five chapters of a book on Social Work in Families, circa 1905

Begun by MER in 1905 and later incorporated in Social Diagnosis, as follows: Part II, Chapter I, The Place of Material Relief; also revision titled The Third Stage; Part II, Chapter II, Sources of Material Relief; also revised version; Part II, Chapter III , The Basis of Fact; Part II, Chapter IV, Methods of Investigation; and Part II, Chapter V, Methods of Investigation (continued).


Box I.7 Folder 131 Letters and notes from Zilpha Drew Smith to MER containing comments and suggestions on the five chapters of MER's book on Social Work in Families, 1905 February 7-September 22

Letters dated February 7, September 11, 15, and 22; the first two letters are accompanied by detailed notes.


Box I.7 Folder 132 "Preliminary Study of 112 Records in which the SPCC and SOC Appear for the Year 1908", 1908-1909

Holograph draft; 26p. with 4 typescript talley sheets; accompanied by MER's memorandum of May 1, 1909, and correspondence with William H.A. Mills, July 21 and 22, 1909, relating to this study.


Two periodical articles of a general nature clipped and saved by MER, 1907-1909


Box I.7 Folder 133 "The Powers of Men" by William James, 1907 November

In American Magazine, November 1907, p .57-65.


Box I.7 Folder 133 "Imagination in Business" by Lorin F. Deland, 1909 April

In Atlantic Monthly, Apr, 1909, p. 433-447.


Box I.7 Folder 134-135 Miscellaneous biographical data relating to MER's Philadelphia period, 2 folders

Collected by Ruth Mann and Joanna Colcord, 1928-1931.


Part I.7: Philadelphia Period: Letters and Other Materials relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, 1905-1909


Letters relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons for 1905, 1905



Box I.8 Folder 136 Arthur and Paul Kellogg to MER, 1905 October 12-December 27


Box I.8 Folder 136 Edwin H. Solenberger to MER, 1905 September 28


Box I.8 Folder 136 Francis H. McLean to MER, 1905 December 7


Letters relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons for 1906, 1906


Box I.8 Folder 137 Arthur Kellogg to MER, 1906 February 17-May 24


Box I.8 Folder 137 Paul Kellogg to MER, 1906 January 15-December 19


Box I.8 Folder 137 MER to Paul Kellogg, 1906 April 2 and November 2


Box I.8 Folder 137 A.M. Gutridge to MER, 1906 October 29


Box I.8 Folder 137 MER to A.W. Gutridge, 1906 November 2


Box I.8 Folder 138 MER form letter to cooperating societies, and responses, 1906

MER form letter to cooperating societies sent out October 7, 1906, and their responses, October 8-November 30, 1906.


Box I.8 Folder 138 Francis H. McLean to MER, 1906 November 10-December 19


Box I.8 Folder 138 W.H. McClain to the Editor of Charities, 1906 January 18


Box I.8 Folder 138 Louise J. Speed to Edward T. Devine, 1906 October 29


Box I.8 Folder 138 Alice L. Higgins to [Louise J. Speed?], 1906? November 23


Letters relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons for 1907, 1907


Box I.8 Folder 139 Arthur Kellogg to MER, 1907 March 23-December 30


Box I.8 Folder 139 Paul Kellogg to MER, 1907 February 1-October 3


Box I.8 Folder 139 MER to Paul Kellogg, 1907 October 2


Box I.8 Folder 139 James Buchanan to Arthur Kellogg, 1907 January 5


Box I.8 Folder 140 Various persons to Francis H, McLean, 1907 January 10-31


Box I.8 Folder 140 Francis H. McLean to MER, 1907 February 25-December 13


Box I.8 Folder 141 MER form letter sent out to cooperating societies, and responses, 1907

MER form letter sent out to cooperating societies Apr 6, 1907, and their responses, April 8-May 29, 1907


Box I.8 Folder 141 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning Sage Foundation support, 1907 March 3-September 7


Box I.8 Folder 142 Miscellaneous letters from cooperating societies to MER, 1907 January 9-December 4


Box I.8 Folder 142 MER form letter sent out to cooperating societies, 1907 November 29


Box I.8 Folder 142 MER to C.S. Loch, 1907 March 16


Box I.8 Folder 142 Alice L. Higgins to MER, 1907 June 25

With enclosure


Box I.8 Folder 142 Frank J. Bruno to Edward T. Devine, 1907 February 6


Letters relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons for 1908, 1908


Box I.8 Folder 143 Francis H. McLean to MER, 1908 February 1-November 27


Box I.8 Folder 143 MER to Francis H. McLean, 1908 March 19, July 9, and December 18


Box I.8 Folder 143 John M. Glenn to Francis H. McLean, 1908 January 22


Box I.8 Folder 143 Minutes of Field Department Committee meetings, 1908 May 2, 9, 12, and 13


Box I.8 Folder 144 Arthur Kellogg to MER, 1908 January 6-29


Box I.8 Folder 144 Cooperating societies to MER, 1908 May 1-October 22


Box I.8 Folder 144 MER to J. William Magruder, 1908 July 1


Box I.8 Folder 144 Miscellaneous letters to MER from various persons, 1908 March 9-December 25


Box I.8 Folder 144 MER to John M. Glenn, 1908 March 8


Box I.8 Folder 144 MER to Ernest P. Bicknell, 1908 December 14


Box I.8 Folder 144 John M. Glenn to Paul Kellogg, 1908 January 3


Letters relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons for 1909, 1909


Box I.8 Folder 145 Francis H. McLean to MER, 1909 January 3-August 10


Box I.8 Folder 145 MER to Francis H. McLean, 1909 February 9


Box I.8 Folder 145 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning Mr. McLean, 1909 March 17-June 7


Box I.8 Folder 145 Mary Willcox Glenn to Francis H. McLean, 1909 February 6


Box I.8 Folder 145 Francis H. McLean to Porter R. Lee, 1909 August 27-December 1


Box I.8 Folder 146 MER to Margaret F. Byington, 1909 January 21-September 3


Box I.8 Folder 146 MER to J.W. Magruder, 1909 January 22


Box I.8 Folder 146 MER to Richard Cabot, 1909 February 25


Box I.8 Folder 146 MER to Rev. H. B. MacCauley, 1909 March 24


Box I.8 Folder 146 Kate M. McLane to MER, 1909 April 29


Box I.8 Folder 146 Amy Hewes to MER, 1909 May 24


Box I.8 Folder 146 MER to Amy Hewes, 1909 May 26


Box I.8 Folder 146 S.K. Lindsay to MER, 1909 September 1


Box I.8 Folder 146 Zilpha D. Smith to Charles F. Weller, 1909 August 27


Box I.8 Folder 146 Charles F. Weller to Zilpha D. Smith, 1909 November 1


Box I.8 Folder 146 Annual Report by the Chairman [MER] of the Field Department of the Charities Publication Committee for the year ending October 1, 1909, 1909


Box I.8 Folder 147 Form letter sent out by MER as Chairman of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, and responses, 1908-1909

Form letter sent out by MER as Chairman of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons January 13, 1908, requesting an exchange of letters and memoranda on the subject of unemployment, and the responses to her request, arranged chronologically from January 17, 1908 to February 10, 1909.


Box I.8 Folder 148 Confidential Bulletins from Philadelphia to the Exchange Branch of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, 1908-1909

Written by MER on the subject of unemployment from January 18, 1908 to January 1, 1909.


Box I.8 Folder 149 Scrapbook, 1907-1908

Contains copies of Emergency Winter Letters written to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons on the subject of unemployment, 1907-1908.


Questionnaires devised by MER for use by the Field Department of Charities and the Commons


Box I.8 Folder 150 Questions concerning the work of charitable societies


Box I.8 Folder 150 Facts to be asked of new society


Box I.8 Folder 150 Investigation and Analysis of Relief Work, made for the Pittsburgh survey


Miscellaneous materials issued by the Publication Committee of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, 1908-1909, undated


Box I.8 Folder 151 Mimeographed Bulletins No. 10 and No. 11, 1908 July and August


Box I.8 Folder 151 Printed Bulletin, Vol II, no. 7, 1909 April


Box I.8 Folder 151 The Real Story of a Heal Family, pamphlet issued by the Committee on Case Records, undated

Part II: Mary Ellen Richmond Archive--New York Period, 1909-1928


Part II.1: General Correspondence, 1909-1928

Arranged chronologically.



Box II.1 Folder 1-24 General letters of an official or professional nature to and from MER as Director of the Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage Foundation, 1909-1915, 24 folders



Box II.2 Folder 25-50 General letters of an official or professional nature to and from MER as Director of the Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage Foundation, 1916-1922, 25 folders



Box II.3 Folder 51-74 General letters of an official or professional nature to and from MER as Director of the Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage Foundation, 1923-1928, 23 folders


Box II.3 Folder 75 General letters of an official or professional nature to and from MER as Director of the Charity Organization Department, Russell Sage Foundation, undated


Part II.2: Letters to and from friends and colleagues, 1909-1928



Box II.4 Folder 76-80 Personal and professional letters from Gertrude Vaile to MER, 1912-1926, 5 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 81 Personal and professional letters from MER to Gertrude Vaile, 1912-1925

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.

Arranged chronologically.


Other letters in the Gertrude Vaile file, 1916-1917, 1954-1955

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.


Box II.4 Folder 82 Partial letter from Gertrude Vaile to MER, undated


Box II.4 Folder 82 Porter Lee to Gertrude Vaile, September 27, 1916, and Miss Vaile's response, May 30, 1917, 1916-1917


Box II.4 Folder 82 Louis Towley to Margaret Rich, September 29, 1955, enclosing letter from Gertrude Vaile, October 2, 1954, 1954-1955


Box II.4 Folder 83-84 Personal and professional letters from Alice Higgins Lothrop to MER, 1910-1913, 1915-1920, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 85 Personal and professional letters from Alice Higgins Lothrop to MER, undated or partially dated

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.


Box II.4 Folder 86 Other Alice Higgins Lothrop letters referred to MER, 1909-1916

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 87 Personal and professional letters from MER to Alice Higgins Lothrop, 1911-1920

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 88 Correspondence between MER and others concerning a memorial issue of The Family dedicated to Alice Higgins Lothrop, 1920-1921

Also available on microfilm reel 1. See: MN# 92-2022.


Box II.4 Folder 89-90 Personal and professional letters from MER to Joanna C. Colcord, 1915-1921, 1924-1928, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 91 Personal and professional letters from Joanna Colcord to MER, 1920-1923

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 92 Personal and professional letters from Zilpha Drew Smith to MER, 1917-1926

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Letters of a personal nature from MER to Zilpha Drew Smith, 1915-1917, undated

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.


Box II.4 Folder 93 "An Illustrated Epistle to Z.D.S.", undated


Box II.4 Folder 93 "A Picture Book from Lelherth", 1915 Christmas


Box II.4 Folder 93 Card with photograph, 1917 December 21


Box II.4 Folder 94 Letters of a personal nature from Julia R. Rogers to MER, 1917-1928

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 95-98 Letters of a personal nature from MER to Constance Riddle, 1909-1916, 1919-1928, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 99-102 Letters of a personal nature from MER to Ruth Mann, 1922-1928, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.4 Folder 103 Letters of a personal nature between MER and various correspondents, 1911-1928, undated

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically, also two undated letters


Part II.3: Social Diagnosis (Russell Sage Foundation, 1917) and Related Materials, 1909-1924, undated

Includes manuscript, working files, letters and other materials.


Letters and other materials relating to Social Diagnosis, 1911-1924



Box II.5 Folder 104-105 Correspondence between MER and Elizabeth Richards Day concerning research and preparation of Social Diagnosis, 1911-1916, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 106 Correspondence between MER and Agnes M. Robertson concerning research and preparation of Social Diagnosis, 1912

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 107 Correspondence between MER and Ada E. Sheffield concerning research and preparation of Social Diagnosis, 1913-1915

Also available on microfilm reel 2. See: MN# 92-2023.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 108 Correspondence between MER and Ada E. Sheffield concerning research and preparation of Social Diagnosis, 1916-1917

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 109-113 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning research and preparation of Social Diagnosis, 1909-1917, 5 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 114 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning the questionnaires for Social Diagnosis, 1912-1917

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 115 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning printing, publicity, and reviews of Social Diagnosis, 1916-1918

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 116 Letters in response to the publication of Social Diagnosis, 1917 May-October, undated

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically; also undated letters and notes


Box II.5 Folder 117 Other letters referring to Social Diagnosis, 1918-1924

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.

Arranged chronologically.


Box II.5 Folder 118 MER's first outline for Social Diagnosis, 1911 September

Several copies of MER's first outline for Social Diagnosis, September 1911, titled "First Steps in Social Service Treatment: A Text-book for Case Workers," some with criticisms. Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.


Box II.5 Folder 119 Plans and outlines for Social Diagnosis, 1911-1916

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.


Box II.5 Folder 120 Set of mimeographed questionnaires for Social Diagnosis , revise of January 1914, 1914

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.


Box II.5 Folder 121 Reviews of Social Diagnosis

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.


Box II.5 Folder 122 Publicity, mailing lists, and sales figures for Social Diagnosis

Also available on microfilm reel 3. See: MN# 92-2024.


Manuscript of Social Diagnosis (Russell Sage Foundation, 1917), circa 1917

Some chapters are missing per the orignial typed inventory.



Box II.6 Folder 123 Front Matter, including quotations, Preface, and Table of Contents


Box II.6 Folder 124 Holograph draft and typescript of Part I , Chapter I , Beginnings


Box II.6 Folder 125 Holograph, draft of Part I , Chapter II , The Nature and Uses of Social Evidence


Box II.6 Folder 126 Holograph draft of Part I , Chapter III, Definitions Bearing Upon Evidence


Box II.6 Folder 127 Holograph draft of Part I , Chapter IV , Testimonial Evidence


Box II.6 Folder 128 Holograph draft of Part I , Chapter V, Inferences


Part II, Chapter VI, The First Interview

Chapter missing.


Box II.6 Folder 129 Holograph draft of Part II, Chapter VII, The Family Group


Box II.6 Folder 130 Typescript with holograph inserts of Part II , Chapter VIII, Outside Sources in General


Box II.6 Folder 131 Part holograph draft and part typescript of Part II, Chapter IX, Relatives as Sources


Box II.6 Folder 132 Holograph draft and typescript of Part II , Chapter X, Medical Sources


Box II.6 Folder 133 Holograph draft and incomplete typescript of Part II , Chapter XI, Schools as Sources


Box II.6 Folder 134 Holograph draft and typescript of Part II , Chapter XII, Employers and Other Work Sources



Box II.7 Folder 135 Holograph draft and typescript of Part II, Chapter XIII, Documentary Sources


Box II.7 Folder 136 Holograph draft and typescript of Part II, Chapter XIV, Neighborhood Sources


Box II.7 Folder 137 Holograph draft of Part II, Chapter XV, Miscellaneous Sources


Box II.7 Folder 138 Holograph draft of Part II , Chapter XVI, Social Agencies as Sources


Box II.7 Folder 139 Holograph draft of Part II, Chapter XVII, Letters, Telephone Messages, Etc.


Part II , Chapter XVIII, Comparison and Interpretation

Chapter is missing


Box II.7 Folder 140 Holograph draft of Part II, Chapter XIX, The Underlying Philosophy


Box II.7 Folder 141 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XX, Social Disabilities and the Questionnaire Plan of Presentation

MER's revised questionnaire on Any Family is missing


Box II.7 Folder 142 Holograph draft of Part III , Chapter XXI, The Immigrant Family, with revised questionnaire


Box II.7 Folder 143 Holograph draft of Part III , Chapter XXII, Desertion and Widowhood, with revised questionnaires


Box II.7 Folder 144 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXIII, The Neglected Child, with revised questionnaire


Box II.7 Folder 145 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXIV, The Unmarried Mother, with revised questionnaire


Box II.7 Folder 146 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXV, The Blind, with Lucy Wright's questionnaire


Box II.7 Folder 147 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXVI, The Homeless Man - The Inebriate, with revised questionnaires


Box II.7 Folder 148 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXVII, The Insane - The Feeble-Minded, with revised questionnaires


Box II.7 Folder 149 Holograph draft of Part III, Chapter XXVIII, Supervision and Review, with revised questionnaire


Box II.7 Folder 150 Appendices, incomplete drafts for First Interviews and Bibliography sections


Box II.7 Folder 151 Holograph draft and typescript headed "Chapter XVIII, Case Worker and Client," discarded from final text


Box II.7 Folder 152 Holograph drafts of galley corrections and other manuscript additions


Box II.7 Folder 153 Unidentified manuscript fragments



Box II.7A Manuscript fragments, on index cards



Box II.7B Manuscript fragments, on index cards



Box II.7C Manuscript fragments, on index cards



Box II.7D Manuscript fragments, on index cards



Box II.7E Manuscript fragments, on index cards


Working Files for Social Diagnosis (Russell Sage Foundation, 1917), circa 1917



Box II.8 Folder 154 First Interview, General


Box II.8 Folder 155-156 Analysis of First Interview, 2 folders


Box II.8 Folder 157-159 Outside Sources of Information, 3 folders


Box II.8 Folder 160-161 Sources of Information Used as a Basis of Treatment, 2 folders

Contains forms


Box II.8 Folder 162 Relatives


Box II.8 Folder 163 Medical Agencies


Box II.8 Folder 164 Medical Outlines


Box II.8 Folder 165 Feeble-Minded


Box II.8 Folder 166 Shifting of Emphasis


Box II.8 Folder 167 Measures of Efficiency


Box II.8 Folder 168 Recording


Box II.8 Folder 169 Probation


Box II.8 Folder 170 Working File containg materials on Letterwriting


Box II.8 Folder 171 Working File containg materials for Definitions and Bibliography


Box II.8 Folder 172 Working File containing abstracts of Montessori's "Pedagogical Anthropology" and Healy & Fernald's "Tests for Practical Mental Classification"


Box II.8 Folder 173 Other Materials found in unmarked working files



Box II.9 Folder 174 Working File containing class exercise on What is True of Everybody, New York School of Philanthropy, 1909

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 175-178 Working Files containing class exercises on What is True of Everybody, Charity Organization Institute, 1911-1914, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 179 Working File containing miscellaneous materials for the questionnaires

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 180 Working File containing Margaret Byington's outlines for the questionnaires

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 181 Working File containing questionnaires on Any Family

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 182 Working File containing questionnaire on the Immigrant Family

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 183 Working File containing questionnaire on the Polish Family

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 184 Working File containing questionnaire on the Italian Family

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 185 Working File containing questionnaires on Desertion

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 186 Working File containing questionnaires on Widows with Children

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 187 Working File containing questionnaires on the Unmarried Mother

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 188 Working File containing questionnaires on a Blind Person

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 189 Working File containing questionnaires on the Homeless Man

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 190 Working File containing questionnaires on Inebriety

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 191 Working File containing questionnaires on Insanity

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Box II.9 Folder 192 Working File containing questionnaires on the Feeble-Minded Child

Also available on microfilm reel 4. See: MN# 92-2025.


Case Records, Analyses, Criticism, and Discussions Related to Social Diagnosis (Russell Sage Foundation, 1917), circa 1917



Box II.10 Case records, summaries, analyses, criticisms, and discussions used in preparation of Social Diagnosis

See Also: Case Records and in Part II: Boxes 24 and 24 A-H.

Not foldered


Part II.4: Letters and other materials relating to the Social Work Series and to Marriage Studies, 1916-1928



Box II.11 Folder 193 Correspondence between MER and various persons concerning plans for the Social Work Series, 1917 April 28-September 30

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 194 Correspondence relating to J.B. Deacon's Disasters and the American Red Cross in Disaster Relief (Social Work Series publication, 1918), 1917 July 3-1918 January 16

Also Table of Contents, Introduction, and reviews. Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 195 Correspondence relating to Florence Nesbitt's Household Management (Social Work Series publication, 1918), 1917 June 2-1918 April 1

Also reviews. Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 196 Correspondence relating to Joanna C. Colcord's Broken Homes (Social Work Series publication, 1919), 1917 December 26-1919 May 22

Also reviews and sales figures. Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 197-198 Correspondence relating to Ada E. Sheffield's The Social Case History (Social Work Series publication, 1920), 1916 April 3-1920 December 3, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 199 Correspondence concerning research and preparation of MER's What is Social Case Work? (Social Work Series publication, 1922), 1921 February 4-1922 March 20

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 200 Letters in response to publication of What is Social Case Work? (Social Work Series publication, 1922), 1922 February 14-June 17, undated

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically, also undated letters


Box II.11 Folder 201 Correspondence concerning Dutch and French translations of What is Social Case Work? (Social Work Series publication, 1922), 1923 October 11-1927 January 14

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 202 Reviews, announcements, and clippings relating to What is Social Case Work? (Social Work Series publication, 1922)

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.


Box II.11 Folder 203-205 Plans, outlines, and holograph drafts of MER's abandoned Social Work Series publication on The Volunteer, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026.


Box II.11 Folder 206-208 "The Rationale of Case Records" by Ada E. Sheffield, published as The Social Case History (Social Work Series publication, 1920), 3 folders

Contains manuscript and critiques. Folders 206-207 also available on microfilm reel 5. See: MN# 92-2026. Folder 208 also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.


Box II.11 Folder 209 Reviews, and miscellaneous materials relating to Ada E. Sheffield's The Social Case History (Social Work Series publication, 1920)

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.


Box II.11 Folder 210-212 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to Marriage Studies, 1920 January 25-1928 March 8, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 213 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to preparation of Richmond and Hall's Child Marriages (Russell Sage Foundation, 1925), 1924 June 17-1925 February 6

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 214 Correspondence and other materials relating to publicity, distribution, and publication of Richmond and Hall's Child Marriages (Russell Sage Foundation, 1925), 1925 February 17-May 22

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 215 Letters in response to publication of Richmond and Hall's Child Marriages (Russell Sage Foundation, 1925), 1925 March 22-October 3

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically, also undated letters


Box II.11 Folder 216 Correspondence from MER to Fred S. Hall and others relating to preparation of Richmond and Hall's Marriage and the State (Russell Sage Foundation, 1929), 1925 August 30-1928 June 1

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 217 Correspondence from Fred S. Hall to MER relating to preparation of Richmond and Hall's Marriage and the State (Russell Sage Foundation, 1929), 1926 May 26-1928 June 26

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.11 Folder 218 Correspondence relating to Geoffrey May's Marriage Laws and Decisions in the United States (Russell Sage Foundation, 1929), 1925 December 28-1928 July 26

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Part II.5: Letters and other materials relating to Teaching Interests, 1910-1928



Box II.12 Folder 219 Significant letters to and from MER relating to the Charity Organization Institutes, 1910 March 1-1916 May 16

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 220-221 Significant letters to and from MER relating to the Institutes of Family Social Work, 1922 March 15-1927 March 12, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 222 Plans, outlines, membership lists, etc., sent by MER to Frank Bruno in preparation for the 1925 Institute of Family Social Work, circa 1925

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.


Box II.12 Folder 223-224 Letters to MER from Instituters, 1911 November 22-1928 May 8, undated, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 6. See: MN# 92-2027.

Arranged chronologically, also undated letters


Box II.12 Folder 225 Letters to MER from Instituters, 1914 February 20-1927 March 8

Contain reommendations and evaluations of Institute students. Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 226 Form letters sent by MER to participants in the Supervisors' Conferences, 1914-1917

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 227 Letters to and from MER relating to the 1918 Supervisors' Conference, 1918

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 228 Letters to and from MER relating to the 1919 and 1920 Supervisors' Conferences, 1919-1920

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 229 Letters to and from MER relating to the 1922 Supervisors' Conference, 1922

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 230 Letters to and from MER relating to the 1923 Supervisors' Conference, 1923

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 231 Letters to and from MER relating to Miss Richmond's report of Studies arising out of the 1923 Supervisors' Conference, 1923

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.12 Folder 232 Letters to and from MER relating to the New York School of Philanthropy, 1909 November 18-1912 October 4

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 233 Letters and other materials to and from MER relating to the New York School of Philanthropy, 1913 January 23-1915 February 23

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 234 Letters to and from MER relating to the Chicago School of Civics, 1910 April 25-1913 June 24

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 235 Letters and other materials to and from MER relating to Training for Social Work, 1911 March 25-1913 November 17

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.12 Folder 236 Letters and other materials to and from MER relating to Training for Social Work, 1920 May 31-1928 January 3

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.

Arranged chronologically


Part II.6: Materials relating to the Charity Organization Institutes, 1912-1918


Materials relating to the Charity Organization Institutes through 1915, 1912-1915



Box II.13 Folder 237 General, 1912-1914

Files for the Charity Organization Institutes prior to 1913 and for the year 1914 are missing from the Archive. This folder contains mimeographed class songs for the 1912 Institute and several sets of pencilled notes which seem to be from 1914 Institute papers. Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.13 Folder 238 Applications, membership lists, and class plans and outlines for the 1913 Institute, 1913

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.13 Folder 239 Class problems and reports for the 1913 Institute; also miscellaneous materials, 1913

Also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028.


Box II.13 Folder 240-241 Social Outlines written by members of the 1913 Institute, 1913, 2 folders

Folder 240 is also available on microfilm reel 7. See: MN# 92-2028. Folder 241 is also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.13 Folder 242 Applications, membership lists, and recommendations for the 1915 Institute, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.13 Folder 243 Class plans, outlines, and assignments for the 1915 Institute, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.13 Folder 244-245 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1915 Institute, 1915, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.13 Folder 246 Tramp Family Committee reports for the 1915 Institute; also related materials, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.13 Folder 247 Miscellaneous materials relating to the 1915 Institute, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Materials relating to the 1916 Charity Organization Institute, 1916



Box II.14 Folder 248 Applications accepted for the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 8. See: MN# 92-2029.


Box II.14 Folder 249 Applications rejected for the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Box II.14 Folder 250 Membership lists; recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Box II.14 Folder 251 Class plans, outlines, and assignments for the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Box II.14 Folder 252-254 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1916 Institute, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Box II.14 Folder 255 Committee reports for the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Box II.14 Folder 256 Miscellaneous materials relating to the 1916 Institute

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Materials relating to the 1917 Charity Organization Institute, 1917



Box II.15 Folder 257 Applications accepted for the 1917 Institute


Box II.15 Folder 258 Applications rejected for the 1917 Institute


Box II.15 Folder 259 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1917 Institute


Box II.15 Folder 260 Class plans and outlines for the 1917 Institute


Box II.15 Folder 261 Letters from MER to 1917 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.15 Folder 262-264 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1917 Institute, 3 folders


Box II.15 Folder 265 Committee reports for the 1917 Institute


Materials relating to the 1917 Charity Organization Institute, 1918



Box II.16 Folder 266-267 Applications accepted for the 1918 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.16 Folder 268 Applications rejected for the 1918 Institute


Box II.16 Folder 269 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1918 Institute


Box II.16 Folder 270 Class plans and outlines for the 1918 Institute


Box II.16 Folder 271 Letters from MER to 1918 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.16 Folder 272-276 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1918 Institute, 5 folders


Box II.16 Folder 277 Committee reports for the 1918 Institute


Box II.16 Folder 278 Case records and summaries used by the 1918 Institute study class


Box II.16 Folder 279 Miscellaneous materials relating to the 1918 Institute


Part II.7: Materials relating to the Institutes of Family Social Work 1919-1928, and re: Supervisors Conferences 1914-1923, 1919-1928


Materials relating to the 1919 Institute of Family Social Work, 1919



Box II.17 Folder 280-281 Applications accepted for the 1919 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.17 Folder 282 Applications rejected for the 1919 Institute


Box II.17 Folder 283 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1919 Institute


Box II.17 Folder 284 Class plans and outlines for the 1919 Institute


Box II.17 Folder 285 Letters from MER to 1919 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.17 Folder 286-293 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1919 Institute, 8 folders


Box II.17 Folder 294-295 Committee reports for the 1919 Institute, 2 folders


Materials relating to the 1920 Institute of Family Social Work, 1920



Box II.18 Folder 296-297 Applications accepted for the 1920 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.18 Folder 298 Applications rejected for the 1920 Institute


Box II.18 Folder 299 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1920 Institute


Box II.18 Folder 300 Class plans and outlines for the 1920 Institute


Box II.18 Folder 301 Letters from MER to 1920 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.18 Folder 302-305 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1920 Institute, 4 folders


Box II.18 Folder 306-308 Committee reports for the 1920 Institute, 3 folders


Materials relating to the 1921 Institute of Family Social Work, 1921



Box II.19 Folder 309-310 Applications accepted for the 1921 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.19 Folder 311 Applications rejected for the 1921 Institute


Box II.19 Folder 312 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1921 Institute


Box II.19 Folder 313 Class plans and outlines for the 1921 Institute


Box II.19 Folder 314 Letters from MER to 1921 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.19 Folder 315-317 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1921 Institute, 3 folders


Box II.19 Folder 318-320 Committee reports for the 1921 Institute, 3 folders


Materials relating to the 1922 Institute of Family Social Work, 1922



Box II.20 Folder 321-322 Applications accepted for the 1922 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.20 Folder 323-324 Applications rejected for the 1922 Institute, 2 folders


Box II.20 Folder 325 Membership lists, recommendations, and correspondence relating to applicants for the 1922 Institute


Box II.20 Folder 326 Class plans and outlines for the 1922 Institute


Box II.20 Folder 327 Letters from MER to 1922 Institute members relating to assignments for preliminary reports


Box II.20 Folder 328-332 Preliminary reports and class problems written by members of the 1922 Institute, 5 folders


Box II.20 Folder 333-335 Committee reports for the 1922 Institute, 3 folders


Materials relating to the 1925-1928 Institutes of Family Social Work, 1925-1928



Box II.21 Folder 336-339 Materials relating to the American Association's Institute of Family Social Work, 1925-1928, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 9. See: MN# 92-2030.


Materials relating to the the 1914-1923 Supervisors Conferences, 1914-1923

Note that no Supervisors' Conference was held in 1921.


Box II.21 Folder 340 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, 1914 October 30-31

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 341 Summary of discussions and notes and outlines for the 1914 Supervisors' Conference, 1914

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 342 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, 1915 November 12-13

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 343 Miscellaneous materials relating to topics for the 1915 Supervisors' Conference, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 344 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, 1916 November 11

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 345 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, 1917 October 19-20

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 346 Miscellaneous materials relating to topics and notes and outlines for the 1917 Supervisors' Conference, 1917

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 347 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, 1918 December 6-7

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 348 Summary of discussions and miscellaneous materials relating to topics for the 1918 Supervisors' Conference, 1918

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 349 Reports of morning and afternoon sessions of the Supervisors' Conference, October 30 and 31, and morning session, November 1, 1919, 1919 October 30-November 1

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 350 Miscellaneous materials relating to topics and notes and outlines for the 1919 Supervisors' Conference, 1919

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 351 "The Family Case Record," a discussion at the 1919 Supervisors' Conference, 1919

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 352 Miscellaneous materials relating to topics and notes and outlines for the 1920 Supervisors' Conference, 1920

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 353 Notes and outlines for the 1922 Supervisors' Conference, 1922

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 354 Reports on topics for the 1922 Supervisors' Conference, 1922

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 355 Miscellaneous materials relating to topics for the 1922 Supervisors1 Conference, 1922

Also available on microfilm reel 10. See: MN# 92-2031.


Box II.21 Folder 356 Notes and outlines for the 1923 Supervisors' Conference, 1923

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.21 Folder 357 Reports on topics for the 1923 Supervisors' Conference, 1923

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Part II.8: Materials relating to Training for Social Work, 1902-1921, undated



Box II.22 Folder 358 MER's notes for a training class, 1902-1903

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 359-361 Training course plans and outlines, 1908-1919, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 362 Programs of instruction at various schools of social work, 1920-1921

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Two memoranda written by MER on the subject of training


Box II.22 Folder 363 "Memorandum showing Tentative Plan for a Study of Training for Social Work in the United States", 1920 June 1

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 363 "Memorandum on the Need of a National Training Board for Social Work", 1923 or later

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 364 Miscellaneous comments and plans relating to training for social work

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 365 Committee reports relating to training for social work

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 366 Bulletins and reports on training for social work issued by the American Association

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 367 Class discussions and exercises based on case records: Boston School for Social Workers, conducted by Zilpha D. Smith, 1910 February

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 368 Class discussions and exercises based on case records: Boston School for Social Workers, conducted by Zilpha D. Smith, 1910

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 369 Class discussions and exercises based on case records: Boston School for Social Workers, May, 1912, and New York School of Philanthropy, November-December, 1914, 1912-1914

Also available on microfilm reel 11. See: MN# 92-2032.


Box II.22 Folder 370 Class discussions and exercises based on case records: Harvard University, Department of Social Ethics, conducted by Dr. Richard Cabot, April-May 1921; also New York Charity Organization Society study class conducted by Joanna C. Colcord, December 1922, 1921-1922

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.


Box II.22 Folder 371-373 An examination of forty Chicago visitors conducted by Amelia Sears, 1920, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.


Box II.22 Folder 374 Materials relating to the case system of teaching in other fields

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.


Part II.9: Materials related to Case Records and Recording, and the Case Criticism Service, 1911-1928, undated


Letters and other materials relating to Case Records and Recording, 1911-1928



Box II.23 Folder 375-376 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to case records and recording, 1911 March 30-1912 October 24, 2 folders

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 377 Correspondence and related materials between MER, Amelia Sears, and others concerning case records and recording, 1912 July 29-October 6

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 378 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to case records and recording, 1913 June 2-1915 December

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 379 Correspondence and related materials between MER and Gertrude Vaile concerning the Minor case record, June 15-September 24, 1913; also letter from Amelia Sears to MER, January 30, 1917, enclosing 1913 notes on Minor record, 1913-1917


Box II.23 Folder 380 Correspondence between MER and Frank J. Bruno relating to his paper on "What a Case Record Is For", 1916 January 14-May 1


Box II.23 Folder 381 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to case records and recording, 1916 February 2-1917 October

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 382 Correspondence and related materials between MER, Joanna C. Colcord, and Edward Lynde concerning the Hummel case record, 1919 May 16-July 21


Box II.23 Folder 383 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to case records and recording, 1919 December 10-1921 December 30

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 384 Correspondence and related materials between MER, the COD staff, and Knowleton Mixer concerning case record forms, 1920 June


Box II.23 Folder 385 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to case records and recording, 1924 January 2-1928 March 28

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 386 Correspondence concerning requests for case records, 1923 February 25-1928 September 28

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 387 MER's non-letter materials on case records and recording


Box II.23 Folder 388-391 MER's correspondence with and relating to Annie I. Gerry, consultant of the Case Criticism Service, 1925 October 30-1927 March 22, 4 folders

Arranged chronologically


Box II.23 Folder 392 Letters and statements relating to financial details of Annie I . Gerry's Case Criticism Service, 1926-1927


Supplementary Materials relating to Case Records and Recording



Box II.24 Folder 393 Criticisms and Comments


Box II.24 Folder 394-398 Analyses and Summaries, 5 folders


Box II.24 Folder 399 Techniques and Mechanics of Record Writing


Box II.24 Folder 400 Akron Case Records


Box II.24 Folder 401 Boston Associated Charities Case Records


Box II.24 Folder 402 Closing of Records


Box II.24 Folder 403 Confidential Nature of Records


Box II.24 Folder 404 Miscellaneous


Case records, Summaries, and Analyses, 12 items

12 Packages. Collected by MER or the COD for study, research, and teaching purposes.



Box II.24-A Packets 1-2



Box II.24-B Packets 3-4



Box II.24-C Packets 5-6



Box II.24-D Packet 7



Box II.24-E Packets 8-9



Box II.24-F Packet 10



Box II.24-G Packet 11



Box II.24-H Packet 12


Part II.10: Widows' Pensions--Letters and Supplementary Material


Letters and Writings relating to Widows Pensions



Box II.25 Folder 405 Correspondence between MER and Fred S. Hall and others relating to preparation of Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913), 1910 January 3-1913 June 27

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.25 Folder 406 Correspondence between MER and C.C. Carstens and others concerning Carsten's Public Pensions to Widows with Children: A Study of Their Administration in Several American Cities (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913), 1912 June 20-1913 April 25

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.25 Folder 407 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to Judge Henry Neil and the Mothers Pension League, 1912 December 12-1913 February 11

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.25 Folder 408-409 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the movement for Widows Pensions, 1911 April 7-1913 December 23, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.25 Folder 410 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the movement for Widows Pensions, 1914 February 25-1916 September 14

Also three reports on the COD's activities in the Widows Pensions controversy dated January 10,1913; October 15, 1913; and January 18,1915 [at least two of these were probably written by Miss Richmond]. Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.25 Folder 411 "Motherhood and Pensions", 1913 March 1

Holograph and typescript drafts of MER's article on "Motherhood and Pensions" for The Survey. Also available on microfilm reel 12. See: MN# 92-2033.


Box II.25 Folder 412 The Survey (2 issues), 1913 February 15 and March 1

Copies of The Survey for February 15 and March 1, 1913, containing MER's articles on " 'Pensions' and the Social Worker" and "Motherhood and Pensions;" also separate reprint of "Motherhood and Pensions." Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 413 A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910

Typescript of Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913). Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 414 A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910--Appendices

Typescript of appendices for Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913). Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 415 A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910--Tables

Tables to accompany Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913), some in MER's holograph. Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 416 MER's holograph notes on the subject of Widows Pensions

Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 417 Schedules used in the prepartion of Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913)

Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Box II.25 Folder 418-419 Other Materials used in the prepartion of Richmond and Hall's A Study of 985 Widows Known to Certain Charity Organization Societies in 1910 (Russell Sage Foundation, 1913), 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 13. See: MN# 92-2034.


Supplementary Materials relating to Widows Pensions



Box II.26 Folder 420-425 General, 6 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 14. See: MN# 92-2035.


Box II.26 Folder 426-428 Administration, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 14. See: MN# 92-2035.


Box II.26 Folder 429 State and Federal Legislation

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Box II.26 Folder 430-431 Judge Henry Neil and the Mothers Pension League, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Part II.11: Unemployment Crises--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1909-1924



Box II.27 Folder 432 Correspondence and related materials between MER and various persons concerning the Mayor's Committee on Unemployment, 1916 June 17-1918 April 24

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.27 Folder 433 Form letter of April 4, 1918, sent out by MER as Chairman of the Civilian Relief Section, Council of Women's Organizations, on the subject of Unemployment, and the responses to her request for information, 1918 April 4-23

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.27 Folder 434 Correspondence and related materials between MER and various persons concerning the President's Conference on Unemployment, 1921 September 12-1924 October 29

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.27 Folder 435 "Memorandum on Emergency Relief in Times of Unemployment", 1921 October 12

Typescript copy of MER's unpublished "Memorandum on Emergency Relief in Times of Unemployment," October 12, 1921; also separate reprint from The Long View (Russell Sage Foundation, 1930). Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Box II.27 Folder 436 Emergency Winter Exchange letters relating to Unemployment, 1909-1915

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Box II.27 Folder 437 Binder containing Emergency Winter Exchange letters from larger cities, 1914-1915

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Box II.27 Folder 438 Binder containing Emergency Winter Exchange letters from smaller cities, 1914-1915

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.


Box II.27 Folder 439-440 Questionnaires, letters, and other materials relating to the Emergency Winter of 1914-1915, 1914-1915, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 15. See: MN# 92-2036.

Arranged alphabetically by city, Baltimore-the Oranges


Box II.27 Folder 441 Questionnaires, letters, and other materials relating to the Emergency Winter of 1914-1915, 1914-1915

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged alphabetically by city, Philadelphia-Toledo


Box II.27 Folder 442-443 Other materials relating to the Emergency Winter of 1914-1915, 1914-1915, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.


Box II.27 Folder 444 Miscellaneous materials relating to the subject of Unemployment, 1889-1923

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.


Box II.27 Folder 445-446 Newspaper and magazine clippings relating to the subject.of Unemployment, 1914-1923, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.


Part II.12: American Red Cross--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1909-1922, undated



Box II.28 Folder 447 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to the Emergency Relief Board of the American Red Cross, 1909 October 22-1912 October 19

Arranged chronologically


Box II.28 Folder 448 Minutes and other materials relating to meetings of the Emergency Relief Board of the American Red Cross, 1909 October 14-1913 October 17

Arranged chronologically


Box II.28 Folder 449 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to the Home Service program of the American Red Cross, 1917 March 1-1919 March 25

Arranged chronologically


Box II.28 Folder 450 Miss Richmond's Manual of Home Service (American Red Cross, 1917), 1917

Typescript, mimeographed, and printed copies


Box II.28 Folder 451 Karl deSchweinitz's This Side The Trenches with the American Red Cross

Outline and mimeographed copy


Box II.28 Folder 452 Communications and documents relating to the American Red Cross Home Service Institutes and other classes


Box II.28 Folder 453 Miscellaneous communications and documents relating to the Home Service program of the American Red Cross, mostly 1917


Box II.28 Folder 454-455 Miscellaneous communications and documents relating to the American Red Cross Department of Civilian Relief and to local Civilian Relief Committees, 2 folders


Box II.28 Folder 456 Communications and documents issued by the American Association relating to the American Red Cross Home Service program, 1917 October 8-1920 October 15

Arranged chronologically


Box II.28 Folder 457 Articles from The Survey relating to American Red Cross Home Service and Civilian Relief programs, 1917-1922


Box II.28 Folder 458 Newspaper and magazine clippings relating to American Red Cross war activities


Box II.28 Folder 459 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to other American Red Cross activities, 1918 November 8-1920 November 26

Arranged chronologically


Box II.28 Folder 460 MER's notes and comments relating to the future of the American Ked Cross in peacetime, undated


Box II.28 Folder 461 Correspondence relating to the future of the American Red Cross in peacetime, 1918 December 5-1919 March 28

Correspondence does not involve MER. Also printed materials.

Arranged chronologically


Part II.13: National Conference--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1909-1928

Note: Name changed in 1918 from National Conference of Charities and Correction to National Conference of Social Work. See also Part II, Box 33, Folder 546 for materials on Miss Richmond's candicacy for the Presidency of the National Conference in 1922.



Box II.29 Folder 462-463 Correspondence between MER and Alexander Johnson relating to the National Conference, 1909 November 4-1913 May 5, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 464 MER's correspondence with and relating to W.T. Cross, General Secretary of the National Conference, 1913 November 15-1919 June 11

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 465 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the National Conference, 1920 July 21-1928 March 2

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 466 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to the National Conference Committee on Families and Neighborhoods, 1909 September 7-1910 March 31

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 467 Correspondence and other materials between MER and Francis H. McLean relating to an Analysis of National Conference Attendance, 1912 August 24-October 19

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 468-469 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the National Conference Change of Name Committee, 1915 August 20-1917 June 1, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 16. See: MN# 92-2037.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 470 Other materials relating to the National Conference Change of Name Committee

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.29 Folder 471 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to Family Division programs for the National Conference, 1921 July 26-1924 November 20

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 472 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to National Conference committee work, 1920 February 24-1922 July 21

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 473 Correspondence relating to the National Conference, 1909 March 7-1919 October 16

Correspondence does not involve MER. Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.29 Folder 474 Communications to members of the Executive Committee of the National Conference and minutes of meetings, 1911-1920

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.29 Folder 475 Materials relating to other National Conference committees, 1911-1922

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.29 Folder 476 Reports on the National Conference meetings at Indianapolis, 1916

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.29 Folder 477 Miscellaneous supplementary materials relating to the National Conference

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Part II.14: American Association--Letters and Other Materials Relating to

Note: Began as the National Association of Societies for Organizing Charity in 1911; name changed to American Association of Societies for Organizing Charity in 1912, and again to American Association for Organizing Family Social Work in 1919.



Box II.30 Folder 478-479 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the American Association, 1910 April 5-1928 August 30, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.30 Folder 480 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to The Family (issued by the American Association), 1920 December 24-1927 August 19

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.30 Folder 481 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the program for the 1923 American Association Conference at Washington, 1923 March-May

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.30 Folder 482-484 Communications and documents relating to plans for the formation of the American Association, 1909-1911, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.30 Folder 485 Miscellaneous materials relating to the American Association, 1914-1919

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.30 Folder 486 Materials relating to the American Association Committee on Scope and Policy, 1918-1919

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.30 Folder 487 Miscellaneous materials relating to the American Association, 1920-1924

Also available on microfilm reel 17. See: MN# 92-2038.


Box II.30 Folder 488 Miscellaneous materials relating to the American Association, 1925-1928

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 489-491 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to plans for the American Association's Buffalo Conference in 1927, 1925 September 23-1927 September 28, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.30 Folder 492 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the American Associations Conference on Family Life in America Today, held at Buffalo, October 1927, 1927 October 4-1928 July 2

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.30 Folder 493 Communications and documents relating to the Fiftieth Anniversary Committee of the American Association, 1925-1927

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 494 Incomplete holograph draft of "The Concern of the Community with Marriage," MER's speech for the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927 October 4

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 495 Source materials and holograph notes for MER s speech to the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, circa 1927

Also includes typescript summary, probably for release to the press. Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 496 MER's work on invitations, publicity, and program for the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 497 Printed and mimeographed programs and announcements relating to the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 498 Other communications relating to the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 499 News releases, publicity, and clippings relating to the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927

Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Box II.30 Folder 500 Joanna C. Colcord's A Decade of Service: The Family Welfare Association of Minneapolis Decennial Report for...1917-1926, published in commemoration of the Buffalo Conference on Family Life, 1927

Typescript copy. Also available on microfilm reel 18. See: MN# 92-2039.


Part II.15: Committee on Professional Organization--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1918-1920



Box II.31 Folder 501-503 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the Committee on Professional Organization, 1918 July 1-1919 December 11, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.31 Folder 504 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the Terminology Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization, 1919

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.31 Folder 505 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to the Committee on Professional Organization, 1920 January 2-June 4

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.31 Folder 506 Minutes of meetings, membership lists, and Miss Richmond's notes relating to the Committee on Professional Organization, 1918-1920

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 507 Memoranda and complete filing set of worksheets relating to the Terminology Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 508 Lists of words used by the Terminology Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization for compilation in their worksheets

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 509 Miscellaneous materials relating to the Terminology Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 510 Materials relating to A Code of Ethics for Social Case Workers, collected by the Ethics Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 511 Supplementary materials relating to ethics in social work, collected by the Ethics Sub-committee of the Comsiittee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 512 Supplementary materials relating to ethics in law, medicine, and other professions, collected by the Ethics Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 19. See: MN# 92-2040.


Box II.31 Folder 513 Miscellaneous materials relating to professional organization, collected by the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.31 Folder 514 United States Civil Service Examinations collected by the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.31 Folder 515 New York State and Municipal Civil Service Examinations collected by the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.31 Folder 516 Massachusetts and New Jersey State Civil Service Examinations collected by the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.31 Folder 517 Miscellaneous materials relating to Civil Service Examinations collected by the Committee on Professional Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.



Box II.31A Completed Worksheets, 1919-1920

Packages containing 3 sets of completed worksheets: December 2, 1919, with Summary and MER's tabulation; December 10, 1919 with Summary; March 10, 1920 with Summary and MER's tabulation. These materials relate to the Terminology Sub-committee of the Committee on Professional Organization.


Part II.16: Committee and Advisory Work--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1915-1928



Box II.32 Folder 518 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to the formation of the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 May 18-June 25

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 519 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to the membership of the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 June 12-October 23

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 520 Correspondence and other materials between MER and various persons relating to official business of the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 August 2-1919 August 31

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 521 Correspondence with and relating to Dr. Norman Bridge, Chairman of the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 September 3-November 2

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 522 Correspondence between MER and the New York Charity Organization Society relating to the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 May 29-November 27

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 523 Correspondence between MER and various charity organization societies relating to the National Alien Relief Committee, 1918 May 28-1919 February 3

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 524 Clippings, notes, and miscellaneous materials relating to the National Alien Relief Committee

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.32 Folder 525 Memoranda and other materials relating to the Decennial Report Committee of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1916

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.32 Folder 526 Letters, memoranda, and other materials relating to the Committee on the Future Program of the Russell Sage Foundation; also Report of the Committee (MER, Chairman)

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.32 Folder 527 Memoranda and reports of the Mailing List Committee of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1924

Also available on microfilm reel 20. See: MN# 92-2041.


Box II.32 Folder 528 Minutes and other materials relating to Russell Sage Foundation staff and directors' meetings, 1919-1924

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Box II.32 Folder 529 Miscellaneous materials concerning relations with other departments of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1917-1918

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Box II.32 Folder 530 Letters, minutes of meetings, and other materials relating to the Committee on Difficult Cases of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1916 November 17-1919 June 13

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 531 Letters, memoranda, and other materials relating to the Committee on Cooperation and District Work of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1917 May 21-1927 February 25

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 532 Letters, minutes of meetings, and other materials relating to the Committee on Marital Relations of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1918-1919

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Box II.32 Folder 533 Letters and other materials relating to various District Committees of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1922 January-1926 November 13

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 534 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to District Committees and Case Conferences, 1915 March 17-1921 April 4

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.32 Folder 535-536 Miscellaneous materials relating to District Committees and Case Conferences, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Box II.32 Folder 537 Card file headed "Meetings of District Secretaries [prior at least to 1919]. Topics Reported for the Iast year by New York, Boston, Providence, Washington."

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Part II.17: Small Subjects, Personal Highlights, and Final Illness and Death--Letters and Other Materials Relating to, 1915-1928


Reports of Luncheon Meetings of the Inter-Relations Group, 1909-1911

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.



Box II.33 Folder 538 First Meeting, 1909 October 5


Box II.33 Folder 538 Second Meeting, 1910 April 14


Box II.33 Folder 538 Third Meeting, 1910 October 10


Box II.33 Folder 538 Fifth Meeting, 1911 October 6


Box II.33 Folder 539 Letters and other materials relating to Amelia Sears' Manual for the Chicago United Charities, 1912-1913

Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.


Box II.33 Folder 540 Correspondence between MER, Wilbur C. Phillips, and others relating to the Phillips' book on a social unit plan, 1914 July 9-1915 July 29

Accompanied by set of galleys. Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 541 Two form letters sent out by MER on the subject of establishing a War Problems Exchange, and responses, 1917

Two form letters sent out by MER April 19 and May 8, 1917, on the subject of establishing a War Problems Exchange, and the responses to her request for information, arranged chronologically from April 23 to September 4, 1917. Also available on microfilm reel 21. See: MN# 92-2042.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 542 Form letter sent out by MER on the subject of the War Risk Insurance Act, and responses, 1917

Form letter sent out bv MER November 15, 1917, on the subject of the War Risk Insurance Act, and the responses to her request for information, arranged chronologically from November 17 to 28, 1917. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 543 Minutes of meetings of the Council of Women's Organization, 1918 January 25-November 26

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 544 Miscellaneous materials relating to the Council of Women's Organizations, 1917-1918

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 545 Letters and clippings relating to MER's honorary degree from Smith College, 1921 May 9-November 17

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 546 Letters between MER and various correspondents relating to Miss Richmond's candidacy for President of the National Conference, 1921 May 4-1922 September 8

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 547 Letters and other materials relating to MER's interest in biography and her biographical articles, 1922 February 24-1924 November 7

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 548 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to Miss Richmond's biographical article on C.S. Loch, and related materials, 1898-1924

Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to Miss Richmond's biographical article on C.S. Loch, arranged chronologically from April 7, 1923 to February 26, 1924; accompanied by a collection of Mr. Loch's letters to MER and others, arranged chronologically from June 8, 1898 to February 9, 1913. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 549 Letters and telegrams to Joanna C. Colcord from the Glenns and others relating to Miss Richmond's final illness, 1928 April 18-September 13

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 550 Immediate responses of a personal nature to Miss Richmond's death, 1928 September 14-28

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 551 Form letter sent out by Mary Willcox Glenn September 13, 1928, announcing Miss Richmond's death, and official responses from various agencies, 1928 September 14-October 3

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 552 Second form letter sent out by Mary Willcox Glenn October 3 , 1928, enclosing biographical and eulogistic materials on Miss Richmond, and official responses from various agencies, 1928 October 4-1929 April 12

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 553 Official release of Miss Richmond's death notice, accompanied by biographical and eulogistic materials

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 554 Newspaper clippings of Miss Richmond's obituaries

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 555 Miss Richmond's death notices in magazines and journals

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 556 Eulogies and tributes marking the death of Miss Richmond

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 557 Letters and other materials relating to a memorial meeting in honor of Miss Richmond held in the Assembly Hall of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1929 January 2

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.33 Folder 558 Correspondence relating to a memorial issue of the The Family dedicated to Miss Richmond, 1928 September 19-1929 April 11

Accompanied by two copies of the memorial issue. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.33 Folder 559 Letters to Joanna C. Colcord from various correspondents relating to JCC's article on MER in the memorial issue of The Family, 1928 October 5-1929 January 26

Accompanied by separate reprint of the article. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.

Arranged chronologically


Part II.18: Speeches, Addresses, and Lectures, 1910-1925


Holograph and typescript notes for a series of lectures at the Chicago School of Civics, 1910 January 4-13

Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.



Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture I, Charity Organization, 1910 January 4


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture II, The Three Stages of Relief, 1910 January 5


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture III , The Third Stage of Relief, 1910 January 6


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture IV, Sources of Relief, 1910 January 7


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture V, Investigation, 1910 January 11


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture VI, The First Interview, 1910 January 12


Box II.34 Folder 560 Lecture VII, Completion ofInvestigation, 1910 January 13


Box II.34 Folder 561 "How Social Workers Can Aid Housing Reform", 1911

Separate reprint of an address delivered at the National Conference, Boston, 1911 (Rational Housing Association Publications 15, May 1912). Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.34 Folder 562 Address on Preliminary Investigation of Adult Offenders delivered at the State Probation Conference, New York, 1912 March 14

Holograph notes and draft. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.34 Folder 563 "The Relation of Output to Intake", 1912 June 12

Separate reprint of an address delivered before the National Association of Organizing Charity, June 12, 1912 (Charity Organization Bulletin, III, No. 9, August 1912). Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.34 Folder 564 "The Charity Organization Department", 1914 February 10

Typescript draft of a lecture at the New York School of Philanthropy. Also available on microfilm reel 22. See: MN# 92-2043.


Box II.34 Folder 565 Kennedy lectures on First Steps in Social Case Work, 1914

Incomplete holography notes; also announcement. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 566 "Co-ordination and Inference", 1914

Typescript draft of "Co-ordination and Inference," probably one of the Kennedy lectures, 1914; also summaries of the third, fourth, and fifth Kennedy lectures, dated March 30, April 13, and April 20, 1914. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 567 "To the Volunteers of 1915", 1915

Holograph notes and typescript copy of an address to Philadelphia volunteers delivered at the Church House, Philadelphia, February 4, 1915. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 568 "The College and the Community", 1915

Typescript copy of one of the after-dinner addresses to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Vassar College, delivered at Davison Hall, Vassar College, October 13, 1915. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 569 "The Charity Organization Department", 1916

Typescript copy of an address delivered before the New York Monday Evening Club, April 24, 1916. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 570 "The Social Case Work Side of Probation and Parole", 1917

Typescript copy of an address delivered before the National Probation Association, June 1917. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 571 ["The Social Case Worker's Task"], 1917

Holograph draft and notes for an address delivered at the general session of the National Conference, 1917. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 572 "The Family as the Center of Social Service", 1918

Holograph notes for the second lecture in Special Extension Course for Volunteers, Biltmore Hotel, January 18, 1918; also holograph notes headed "Home Service Lecture on The Family, March 29 and October 10, 1918." Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 573 "War and Family Solidarity", 1918

Separate reprint of an address delivered before the Division on The Family of the National Conference, May 21, 1918 (Charity Organization Department publication, 1918). Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 574 "The Long View", 1919

Typescript copy. This is a portion of an address delivered before a section meeting of the Junior League of New York City, November 20, 1919. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 575 "Some Next Steps in Social Treatment", 1920

An address delivered before the Family Section of the National Conference, April 15, 1920 (Printed in The Family, Vol I, No.4, June 1920). Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 576 "A Social Work Point of View", 1923

Holograph draft of a a lecture delivered at the summer session of the New York School of Philanthropy, June 18, 1923. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.34 Folder 577 "The Rhythm of Social Work", 1925

Holograph and typescript notes for an address delivered at Philadelphia, April 30, 1925, and at the Institute of Family Social Work, May 19, 1925. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Part II.19: Notes for Speeches, Addresses, Lectures; also Articles, Reviews, and Unpublished Writings


Twelve sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, 1909-1912

Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.



Box II.35 Folder 578 Boston Annual Meeting, 1909


Box II.35 Folder 578 Rochester Address on Organized Charity, 1909 December


Box II.35 Folder 578 Cooperation, Grammercy District Committee, 1910 March


Box II.35 Folder 578 New York School of Philanthropy, 1910 September


Box II.35 Folder 578 Galesburg, 1910 October


Box II.35 Folder 578 Outside Sources of Information, Chicago, 1910 October


Box II.35 Folder 578 Junior League Lecture, Upbuilding of the Family, 1911 January


Box II.35 Folder 578 Pittsfield, 1911 March


Box II.35 Folder 578 Grammercy Neighborhood Association on What Social Workers Should Know, 1911 March


Box II.35 Folder 578 Talk on Widows, Assistant Secretaries of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1912 March


Box II.35 Folder 578 The Volunteer's Value to the Professional, Junior League, 1912 April


Box II.35 Folder 578 Address to Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, 1912 November


Eleven sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, 1913-1916

Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 579 Second Year Group of the New York School of Philanthropy, 1913 February


Box II.35 Folder 579 Smith College, 1913 October


Box II.35 Folder 579 Hearing on Widows Pensions by New York State Commission, 1913 November


Box II.35 Folder 579 Address to Reading Associated Charities, 1913 December


Box II.35 Folder 579 Church Mission of Help, 1914 January


Box II.35 Folder 579 Volunteers of the Federated Charities of Baltimore on The Test of Reality, 1914 November


Box II.35 Folder 579 YWCA Training School, 1914 December


Box II.35 Folder 579 Case Committee of the Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, 1915 February


Box II.35 Folder 579 Kennedy District on The Work of a District Committee, 1915 November


Box II.35 Folder 579 Five Boston Lectures to Second Year Students, 1915 December


Box II.35 Folder 579 Yorkville District of the New York Charity Organization Society on The District and Neighborhood Co-op, 1916 January


Ten sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lecture, 1917-1919

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.35 Folder 580 Child Helping Institute of the New York School of Philanthropy, 1917 June


Box II.35 Folder 580 Address on Volunteers to Home Service Workers of Pennsylvania, 1917 November


Box II.35 Folder 580 The Growth of the Charity Organization Movenent in its Case Work Program [AASOC 1917?], 1917?


Box II.35 Folder 580 Address to New York Episcopal Seminary on The Work of the New York Charity Organization Society, 1918 February


Box II.35 Folder 580 Home Service lecture on Relatives, 1918 April


Box II.35 Folder 580 Home Service lecture on Comparison of Material, 1918 October


Box II.35 Folder 580 Need of Professional Standards, Fordham University, 1918 December


Box II.35 Folder 580 Home Service section course lecture on Evidence, 1919 January

Also at University of Colorado, July 1919.


Box II.35 Folder 580 Lecture to staff of the New York Charity Organization Society on A Profession in the Making, 1919 February


Box II.35 Folder 580 Lecture to University of Colorado class on Outside Sources, 1919 July


Ten sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, 1920-1923 June

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.35 Folder 581 Address to staff of New York Charity Organization Society, 1920 January


Box II.35 Folder 581 Part of address at Annual Meeting of Boston Family Welfare Society, 1920 November


Box II.35 Folder 581 Address at Church Mission of Help Institute on Evidence and the Groundwork for Treatment, 1921 January


Box II.35 Folder 581 Philadelphia in 1900, Social Workers Club of Philadelphia, 1921 January


Box II.35 Folder 581 Jewish Federation Meeting on Family Care, 1921 April


Box II.35 Folder 581 Talk to staff of AAOFSW on The Relation of the Family to Social Progress and to the Future of Civilization, 1922


Box II.35 Folder 581 Address at Providence Conference Luncheon of Hospital Social Workers, 1922 June


Box II.35 Folder 581 Church Mission of Help, 1923 January


Box II.35 Folder 581 Institute dinner at Washington on Where the Blue Begins in Social Work, 1923 May


Box II.35 Folder 581 Phi Beta Kappa, 1923 June


Eight sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, 1923 August-1925

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.35 Folder 582 Talk on Marriage Administration Study given at Franklin, 1923 August


Box II.35 Folder 582 New Workers from Brooklyn Bureau, 1923 September


Box II.35 Folder 582 Possibilities of the Art of Helping, New York Charity Organization Society course, 1923 December


Box II.35 Folder 582 Lecture on Inter-relations of Social Movements to Mr. Lee's Seminar, 1925 March


Box II.35 Folder 582 Talk on the Russell Sage Foundation to group of college juniors, 1925 March


Box II.35 Folder 582 Talk on Marriage Administration to the Institute, 1925 May


Box II.35 Folder 582 Address on A Sense of the Whole to Undistricted Supervisors, 1925 October


Box II.35 Folder 582 Address to staff of Brooklyn Bureau on Higher Mathematics of Social Work, 1925 October


Six sets of undated holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, undated

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.35 Folder 583 A Talk on Investigation before assistants of the New York Charity Organization Society and Visitors of the State Charities Aid


Box II.35 Folder 583 Training in Investigation, Boston Conference


Box II.35 Folder 583 Relation of Charity Organization to The Schools


Box II.35 Folder 583 San Francisco address


Box II.35 Folder 583 The Charity Organization Department


Box II.35 Folder 583 Friendly Visiting


Box II.35 Folder 584 Other sets of holograph notes for speeches, addresses, and lectures, undated

Undated and mostly untitled. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 585 The Inter-relations of Social Movements, with Information About Sixty-seven Organizations, 1910

Pamphlet published by the Charity Organization Department, 1910. Introduction signed by "Mary E. Richmond." Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 586 "Of Christmas Gifts", 1910 December 20

Two copies; reprinted from The Survey. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 587 First Principles in the Relief of Distress, 1911

Annotated paste-up; Charity Organization Department publication. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 588 "The Charity Organization Movement", 1915 December

Typescript; short article for the Philadelphia Ledger. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 589 "To Those Still on the Job", 1918

Typescript draft of "To Those Still on the Job," an article for the Charity Organization Bulletin, March 1918 accompanied by letter to MER from Porter R. Lee, February 8, 1918, referring to the article. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 590 MER's unpublished review of Jesse F. Steiner's Education for Social work (University of Chicago Press, 1921), circa 1921

Holograph draft; accompanied by letter from MER to Margaret Rich, September 8, 1921, referring to the review. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 591 "The Good Neighbor in the Modern City", 1922

Holograph draft of unpublished article. Accompanied by letter to MER from Lyndon Phifer, November 8, 1922, referring to the article. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 592 "A Code of Ethics for Social Case Workers", 1920-1921

Several copies of proofs. Drafted under the direction of MER, 1920-1921. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Box II.35 Folder 593 'Memorandum on The Need of a National Training Board for Social Work", 1923 or later

Several typescript copies, undated but later than 1922. Also available on microfilm reel 23. See: MN# 92-2044.


Part II.20: Departmental Reports prepared by MER, 1909-1928



Box II.36 Folder 594 Report of the Field Department for the Extension of Organized Charity in the United States, for the two years ending October 1, 1909, 1909

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 595 Monthly Reports of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1909 November 22-1910 July 1

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 596 Three drafts of the First Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1910, 1910

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 597 Two drafts of the Second Annual Report of the Charity Organization Depariznent of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1911, 1911

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 598 Monthly Reports of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1911 October 31-1912 March 31

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 599 Three Quarterly Reports of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1911 December 31-1912 June 30

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 600 Third Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending Sep 30, 1912, 1912

Accompanied by summary. Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 601 Outline for 1912-1913 of the Charity Organization Department, 1912-1913

Accompanied by Reports of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation for the three months ending December 31, 1912, and for the four months ending April 30, 1913. Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 602 Fourth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1913, 1913

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 603 Two Quarterly Reports of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the three months ending December 31, 1913, and March 31, 1914, 1913-1914

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 604 Fifth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1914, 1914

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 605 Summary of Sixth Annual Report of t'he Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1915, 1915

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 606 Outlines of Monthly Reports of M. E. Richmond, Director, 1915-1916

Outlines of Monthly Reports for October 1915-February1916 and April-May 1916; also notes for the Seventh Annual Report, 1916. Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 607 Seventh Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1916, 1916

Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 608 Eighth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1917, 1917

Accompanied by memorandum. Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 609 Decennial Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1907-1917, 1917-1918

Two copies. Accompanied by a critique of the Reprot [by Miss Moore?] of February 26, 1918. Also available on microfilm reel 24. See: MN# 92-2045.


Box II.36 Folder 610 Memorandum from the Charity Organization Department, for the year ending September 30, 1918, 1918

Ninth annual report is missing. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 611 Tentative Plans of the Charity Organization Department, October 1918, and Memorandum from the Charity Organization Department, for the year ending September 30, 1919, 1918-1919

Tenth annual report is missing. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 612 Eleventh Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1920, 1920

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 613 Twelfth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, for the year ending September 30, 1921, 1921

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 614 Memorandum from the Charity Organization Department, for the year ending September 30, 1922, 1922

Thirteenth annual report missing. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 615 Memorandum from the Charity Organization Department, for the year ending September 30, 1923, 1923

Fourteenth annual report missing. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 616 Memorandum from the Charity Organization Department, for the year ending September 30, 1924, 1924

Fifteenth annual report missing. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 617 Sixteenth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation for the year endng September 30, 1925, 1925

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 618 Seventeenth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation for the year endng September 30, 1926, 1926

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 619 Eighteenth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation for the year endng September 30, 1927, 1927

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 620 Nineteenth Annual Report of the Charity Organization Department of the Russell Sage Foundation for the year endng October 1, 1928, 1928

Prepared by Fred S. Hall, Associate Director. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.36 Folder 621 Several sets of materials used in preparation of the Charity Organization Department Reports, 1909-1928

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Part II.21: Personal effects, unclassified materials, and Colcord and Mann biographical materials, 1912-1928, undated



Box II.37 Folder 622 Correspondence between MER and various persons relating to Miss Richmond's personal financial affairs, 1916 August 10-November 2

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.

Arranged chronologically


Box II.37 Folder 623 First Tentative draft of "An outline for readers of biography", 1926 February 8

Accompanied by holograph notes, clippings, and miscellaneous materials relating to biography. Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 624 "The Service of the Loyal", 1912 November 26

Copy of address delivered by Mary Willcox Glenn to Federated Charities of Baltimore, November 26, 1912.


Box II.37 Folder 625 Program and newspaper notices of MER speeches

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 626 2 magazine articles on National League of Women Voters and one by H.S. Hennings

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 627-629 Newspaper and magazine clippings, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 630 Expense book relating to Buffalo Conference, 1927 October

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 630 Address Book

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 630 Miscellaneous loose materials

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 631 Steno pad of last letters dictated by Miss Richmond, 1927 October 20-1928 June 2

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 632 Letters relating to distribution of her books after her death

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 633 Notes relating to Central Islip, 1913 June 10

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 634 Unclassified notes

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 635 Notes collected for MER by Ruth Mann et al.

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 636 Unclassified typescript materials

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 637 Charts pertaining to MER's health

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 638 Material relating to The Long View

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 639 Charts, diagrams, photos relating to The Long View

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 640 Correspondence relating to collection of MER's professional letters

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.


Box II.37 Folder 641 Materials relating to Colcord and Mann biographical files on MER

Also available on microfilm reel 25. See: MN# 92-2046.

Part III: Charity Organization Department Archive, 1909-1943, undated


Part III.1: General Correspondence, 1909-1929

Arranged chronologically



Box III.1 Folder 1-12 General correspondence to, from, or relating to Charity Organization Department staff members, 1910-1929, 12 folders


Box III.1 Folder 13 Correspondence between the Charity Organization Department and other departments of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1923-1929


Part III.2: Joanna C. Colcord's Correspondence as Director of the Charity Organization Department (COD) after 1930, 1930-1943


Box III.1 Folder 14 Miscellaneous correspondence relating to the Charity Organization Department under the Directorship of Joanna C. Colcord, 1930 February 17-1935 October 4

Arranged chronologically


Box III.1 Folder 15 Correspondence to and from Joanna C. Colcord, Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to the department's Marriage Studies, 1936 July 29-1943 July 9

Arranged chronologically


Box III.1 Folder 16 Newspaper and magazine clippings relating to Marriage Laws, 1936-1937


Box III.1 Folder 17-20 Correspondence between Joanna C. Colcord, Director of the Charity Organization Department, and J.C. Pringle of the London Charity Organization Society, 1930-1943, 4 folders

Arranged chronologically


Part III.3: Exchanges--Correspondence and other materials relating to, 1913-1915, undated



Box III.2 Folder 21-22 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S,. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Exchange, 2 folders


Box III.2 Folder 23-31 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Confidential Exchange, 9 folders


Box III.2 Folder 32-24 Financial Exchange letters, 1913 October 6-1915 July 15, 3 folders

With index.


Box III.2 Folder 35 Appeal Records from various charity organization societies relating to the Financial Exchange


Part III.4: Finances--Correspondence and other materials relating to



Box III.3 Folder 36-41 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organisation Department, relating to Financial Appeals, 6 folders


Box III.3 Folder 42-46 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Financial Federations, or Community Chests, 5 folders


Box III.3 Folder 47 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Financial Statistics


Box III.3 Folder 48-50 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Financial Surveys, 3 folders


Box III.3 Folder 51 Other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to the subject of Finances


Part III.5: Office Methods or "System"--Correspondence and other materials relating to

Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Office Methods or "System."



Box III.4 Folder 52-56 General, 5 folders


Box III.4 Folder 57-61 Bookkeeping, 5 folders


Box III.4 Folder 62-63 Cards and Forms, 2 folders


Box III.4 Folder 64 Case Records


Box III.4 Folder 65-67 COS's, 3 folders


Box III.4 Folder 68 Reports


Part III.6: Statistics--Correspondence and other materials relating to, 1926-1929, undated


Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department



Box III.5 Folder 69-78 COS Statistics, 10 folders


Box III.5 Folder 79 Family Welfare Statistics


Box III.5 Folder 80-81 Statistics--Special Studies, 2 folders


Box III.5 Folder 82 Statistics--Miscellaneous


Box III.5 Folder 83-84 Correspondence and other materials between Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, and the Statistical Department of the Russell Sage Foundation, 1926-1929, 2 folders


Box III.5 Folder 85 Statistical Summaries sent out by the Statistical Department of the Russell Sage Foundation


Part III.7: Transportation Code and Committee, and to Settlement Laws--Correspondence and other materials relating to, 1909-1928



Box III.6 Folder 86-87 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary, and Margaret F. Byington, Associate Secretary, relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1909 February 16-1910 Decemer 28, 2 folders


Box III.6 Folder 88 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1912 May 1-1915 November 19


Box III.6 Folder 89 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1916 January 4-1919 October 20


Box III.6 Folder 90 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1922 September 13-1924 July 1


Box III.6 Folder 91-92 Miscellaneous materials relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1923-1924, 2 folders


Box III.6 Folder 93-96 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organisation Department, relating to the Transportation Code and Committee, 1925-1928, 4 folders

Arranged chronologically


Box III.6 Folder 97-101 Correspondence and other materials, mostly to and from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, relating to Settlement Laws, 5 folders


Part III.8: Special Projects of Margaret F. Byington and Joanna C. Colcord, circa 1911-1929



Box III.7 Folder 102-104 Correspondence and other materials relating to Charities Endorsement, 1911, 3 folders

File contains Margaret F. Byington's work on schedules made out for the. Kansas City, Missouri, Board of Public Welfare, March 1911.


Margaret F. Byington's pamphlet, What Social Workers Should Know About Their Own Communities (Russell Sage Foundation, 1916 edition), circa 1916


Box III.7 Folder 105 Correspondence


Box III.7 Folder 106 Announcements, publicity, and reviews


Margaret F. Byington's pamphlet, What Social Workers Should Know About Their Own Communities (Russell Sage Foundation, 1924 edition), circa 1924


Box III.7 Folder 107 Complete manuscript, except for "II, City Administration and Finance"


Box III.7 Folder 108-112 Drafts and Notes, 5 folders


Box III.7 Folder 113 Miscellaneous materials


Margaret F. Byington's pamphlet, What Social Workers Should Know About Their Own Communities (Russell Sage Foundation, 1929 revised edition), circa 1929


Box III.7 Folder 114 Paste-up and Notes


Box III.7 Folder 115 Correspondence and other materials to and from Joanna C. Colcord relating to Professional Ethics, 1919 May 23-1922 July 2

Arranged chronologically


Box III.7 Folder 116-118 Correspondence and other materials to and from Joanna C. Colcord relating to Marriage Laws, 1922 April 24-1929 June 7, 3 folders

Arranged chronologically


Part III.9: Charity Organization Department (COD) Staff Reports, 1911-1927



Box III.8 Folder 119-122 Monthly, quarterly, and annual reports from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director, and other Charity Organization Department staff members for the years ending September 30, 1912-1915, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.


Box III.8 Folder 123-128 Monthly, quarterly, and annual reports from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, for the years ending September 30, 1916-1921, 6 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.


Box III.8 Folder 129 Monthly, quarterly, and annual reports from Fred S. Hall, Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department, 1921 October-1927 October 1

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.

Arranged chronologically


Part III.10: Field Department of Charities and the Commons (FDCC) and Charity Organization Department (COD) Field Reports, 1907-1911

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.


Box III.8 Folder 130 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, 1908 May 21-1908 March 31

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 131-133 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, and Margaret F. Byington, Associate Secretary, 1908 April 8-1909 July 27, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 134 Other reports relating to the Field Department of Charities and the Commons, 1909 May 18-September 30

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 134 Index to Field Reports, 1907 November 21-1909 September 30

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.


Box III.8 Folder 135 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Charity Organization Department, 1909 October 10-November 28

Also available on microfilm reel 26. See: MN# 92-2048.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 136-138 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Charity Organization Department, 1909 December 5-1910 September 1, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 139 Field Reports from Margaret F. Byington, Associate Secretary of the Charity Organization Department, 1909 October 27-1910 March 23

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 140-142 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Charity Organization Department, 1910 October 24-1911 August 29, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 142 Field Reports from Margaret F. Byington, Associate Secretary of the Charity Organization Department, 1910 November 29-December 15

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.

Arranged chronologically


Box III.8 Folder 142 Index to Field Reports, 1910 October 1-1911 September 30

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.


Part III.11: Field Department of Charities and the Commons (FDCC), Charity Organization Department (COD), and American Association Field Reports, 1911-1919



Box III.9 Folder 143-144 Nashville Report, 1911 April 1, 2 folders

[From Francis H. McLean, Field Secretary of the Charity Organization Department?]


Box III.9 Folder 145 Baltimore Report from Fred S. Hall, 1911

[Associate Director of the Charity Organization Department?]


Box III.9 Folder 146 Summaries of Field Reports for 1907-1912


Box III.9 Folder 147 Field Reports from various members of the Charity Organization Department, 1911 October 1-1913 September 30

With index.


Box III.9 Folder 148 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, General Secretary of the American Association, and others, 1911 October 1-1913 September 30

With index.


Box III.9 Folder 149-150 Field Reports from various members of the Charity Organization Department and the American Association, 1913 October 1-1915 September 30, 2 folders

With indexes.


Box III.9 Folder 151-153 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, General Secretary of the American Association, and others, 1915 October 1-1918 September 30, 3 folders

With indexes.


Box III.9 Folder 154-155 Field Reports from Francis H. McLean, General Secretary of the American Association, and others, 1918 October 10-1919 September 24, 2 folders

Arranged chronologically


Part III.12: American Association Field Reports, Communications, and Committee Reports, 1918-1928



Box III.10 Folder 156-161 Field Reports and Communications from the American Association, 1919 October 10-1928, 6 folders

Arranged chronologically


Box III.10 Folder 162 Manual for Field Workers of the Staff of the American Association, 1918


Box III.10 Folder 163-167 Committee Reports from the American Association, 1918-1928, 5 folders


Part III.13: Financial Statements and Published Sales Records of the Charity Organization Department (COD), 1909-1929



Box III.11 Folder 168-170 Financial Statements relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1909 to September 30, 1914, 1909-1914, 3 folders


Box III.11 Folder 171-172 Incomplete Financial Statements relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1915 to September 30, 1918, 1915-1918, 2 folders


Box III.11 Folder 173-174 Monthly Financial Statements relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1919 to Septembr 30, 1922, 1919-1922, 2 folders


Box III.11 Folder 174 Incomplete set of monthly Financial Statements for the Department's Study of Unemployment Relief, 1921 October-1923 March 31


Box III.11 Folder 175 Incomplete Financial Statements relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1923 and September 30, 1924, 1923-1924


Box III.11 Folder 176-177 Monthly Financial Statements relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1925 to September 30, 1928, 1925-1928, 2 folders


Box III.11 Folder 178 Publication Sales Records relating to the Charity Organization Department, 1913 October 1-1918 September

Arranged chronologically


Box III.11 Folder 179-188 Monthly Publication Sales Records relating to the Charity Organization Department for the years ending September 30, 1919 to Septmber 30, 1928, 1919-1928, 10 folders


Box III.11 Folder 189 Monthly Publication Sales Records relating to the Charity Organization Department, 1928 October-December

Includes Summary for the year ending September 30, 1929.


Part III.14: Charity Organization Department Subject Files, 1909-1928



Box III.12 Folder 190 Almshouses

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.


Box III.12 Folder 191 American Association of Social Workers

Also available on microfilm reel 27. See: MN# 92-2047.


Box III.12 Folder 192-193 Bibliographies, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 194 Birth Control

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 195 Boston Meetings, 1899

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 196 Boston Meetings, 1901-1904

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 197 Canadian Patriotic Fund

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 198-199 Case Loads, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 200 Charity Organization Bulletin

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 201 Charity Organization Movement

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 202 Charity Organization--What Is It?

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 203 Child Helping Department, Bureau for Exchange of Information

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 204-205 Christmas and Thanksgiving

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.12 Folder 206 Church Cooperation

Also available on microfilm reel 28. See: MN# 92-2049.


Box III.12 Folder 207 Church Federations

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.12 Folder 208 City Surveys

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.12 Folder 209 Clinton District

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.12 Folder 210 Clothing Appeals

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.



Box III.13 Folder 211 Community Councils

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 212-213 Compulsory Education, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 214 Compulsory Endorsement of Charities

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 215 Cooperation

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 216 County Organization of Charitable Work

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 217 Day Nurseries

Also available on microfilm reel 29. See: MN# 92-2050.


Box III.13 Folder 218 Desertion and Non-Support

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 219 Directory of Charity Organization Societies

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 220 Disaster Relief

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 221 Dispensaries

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 222 Domestic Relations Court

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 223 Employment Bureaus

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 224-226 Family Budgets, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 227 Feeble-Minded and Mental Defects

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 228 Fellowship Holders of the New York School of Philanthropy, 1911

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 229 First Interview, Outline of

Also available on microfilm reel 30. See: MN# 92-2051.


Box III.13 Folder 230-231 Friendly Visiting, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.



Box III.14 Folder 232 Handbook for District Workers, New York COS, 1916

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 233 Handbook for District Workers, New York COS, 1920

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 234 Handicapped

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 235 Health

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 236 Hospital Social Service

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 237 Hospitals

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 238 Housing

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 239 Illegitimacy

Also available on microfilm reel 31. See: MN# 92-2052.


Box III.14 Folder 240 Immigration

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 241 Indianapolis Family Welfare Society, 1923 Report, 1923

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 242 Industrial Problems

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 243 Inebriety

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 244 Insane

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 245 Inter-City Conferences

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.14 Folder 246 Intercollegiate Bureau of Occupations

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.



Box III.15 Folder 247 Intake

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 248 Investigation

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 249 Juvenile Court

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 250 Legal Aid

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 251 Loans, Applications for

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 252 Manual of Instructions for District, Baltimore Federated Charities

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 253 Maternity

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 254 Men and Religion Movement

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 255 Model Constitutions

Also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053.


Box III.15 Folder 256-259 Motion Pictures, 4 folders

Folder 256 is also available on microfilm reel 32. See: MN# 92-2053. Folder 257-259 are also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.15 Folder 260-262 Municipal Lodging Houses, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.15 Folder 263 National Social Work Council

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.15 Folder 264 Nursing (Public Health)

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.



Box III.16 Folder 265 Occupational Disease


Box III.16 Folder 266 Old Age Pensions


Box III.16 Folder 267-272 Organized Charity Attacks, 6 folders


Box III.16 Folder 273-275 Outdoor Relief, 3 folders


Box III.16 Folder 276 Outdoor Relief in Missouri


Box III.16 Folder 277-278 Out-of-Town Inquiries, 2 folders


Box III.16 Folder 279 Penny Provident Fund


Box III.16 Folder 280 Play


Box III.16 Folder 281 Poor Laws (English)


Box III.16 Folder 282 Prohibition Problems


Box III.16 Folder 283 Psychiatry


Box III.16 Folder 284 Psychology and Social Case Work


Box III.16 Folder 285 Public Welfare, Boards of



Box III.17 Folder 286 Quotations

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.17 Folder 287 Reconstruction after the War

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.17 Folder 288 Registration

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.17 Folder 289 Rehabilitation

Also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054.


Box III.17 Folder 290-296 Relief, 7 folders

Folders 290-293 are also available on microfilm reel 33. See: MN# 92-2054. Folders 294-296 are also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 297-298 Russell Sage Foundation, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 299 St. Vincent de Paul Conferences

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 300-302 Salary Schedules of Charity Organization Societies, 3 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 303 Salvation Army

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 304 Schools and Charity Organization

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.


Box III.17 Folder 305 Schools of Philanthropy

Also available on microfilm reel 34. See: MN# 92-2055.



Box III.18 Folder 306 Social Insurance

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 307-308 Social Prognosis, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 309 Social Science Research Council, Committee on Problems and Policy

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 310 Social Survey

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 311 Social Unit Plan

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 312 State Subsidies to Private Charities

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 313-314 Supervision of Case Work, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 315 Supervisor's Exchange

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 316 The Survey

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 317 Tag Day

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 318 Thrift

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 319 Time Studies

Also available on microfilm reel 35. See: MN# 92-2056.


Box III.18 Folder 320 Tuberculosis

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.



Box III.19 Folder 321-322 Vagrancy and Begging, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 323 Venereal Disease

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 324-325 Visiting Housekeepers, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 326 Visiting Teachers

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 327 Vocational Guidance

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 328-331 Volunteers, 4 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057.


Box III.19 Folder 332-333 War Chests, 2 folders

Folder 332 is available on microfilm reel 36. See: MN# 92-2057. Folder 333 is available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.


Box III.19 Folder 334 War Finance

Also available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.


Box III.19 Folder 335-336 War Relief, 2 folders

Also available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.


Box III.19 Folder 337 War Risk Insurance

Also available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.


Box III.19 Folder 338 Working Girls

Also available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.


Box III.19 Folder 339 Work Rooms for Women

Also available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059.

Part IV: Miscellaneous, 1888-1915, undated



Box IV.1 Mary Richmond-Zilpha Smith correspondence

Folder 1 is available on microfilm reel 38. See: MN# 92-2059. Folders 2-6 are available on microfilm reel 37. See: MN# 92-2058. Folders 7-8 are available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.



Box IV.2 Photographs

Also available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.


Box IV.2 Memorabilia

Also available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.


Box IV.2 Esther Warner Correspondence, 1892-1900

Photocopies; chiefly with her son, Amos G. Warner. Also available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.



Box IV.3 Printed and Scrapbooks (2 volumes of clippings), 1888-1901

Materials which reflect Miss Richmond's career and interests while at the Baltimore Charity Organization Society. These scrapbooks were kept by Anna M. Arens; the first contains items dated from Feb 15, 1888 to November 13, 1896, and the second from November 13, 1896 to October 27, 1901. Also available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.



Box IV.4 Microfilms from Other Libraries



Box IV.5 Miscellaneous



Box IV.6 Scrapbook--Charity Organization of the Russell Sage Foundation: Letters and Memos, 1912-1915

Mimeograph and carbon copies. Also available on microfilm reel 39. See: MN# 92-2060.



Flatbox 386 Scrapbook from Philadelphia Period, 1900-1908

Scrapbook of clippings, pamphlets, programs, booklets, brochures, memorabilia, and other printed ephemera relating to Mary Ellen Richmond. 1 volume. Also available on microfilm reel 40. See: MN# 92-2061.