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Robert D. Leigh papers, 1947-1955

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Call No.: MS#0765
Bib ID 4079555 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Leigh, Robert D. (Robert Devore), 1890-1961
Title Robert D. Leigh papers, 1947-1955
Physical Description 3 linear feet (7 boxes)
Language(s) English .
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Arranged. Collection is in 2 series and several subseries in each.

Description

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Correspondence, documents, memoranda, reports, and clippings of book reviews. The correspondence is chiefly with public, university, and special libraries, and with foundations and other organizations. There is correspondence with several leading American librarians, such as Carleton Joeckel, Joseph Wheeler, and Charles C. Williamson. About one half of the collection contains the field reports, interview reports, questionnaires, vocational interest blanks, and related materials used for one Inquiry study by Oliver Garceau"Library Government and Politics", which was published by the Columbia University Press in 1949 as THE PUBLIC LIBRARY IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS. The manuscript of a report for the Russell Sage Foundation"The Nature of Public Communication", 1955, was added.

  • Series I: Public Library Inquiry

  • Series II: Library Government and Politics Study

    Includes Field Reports (Transcripts), Reports of Interviews (Transcripts), Forms and Questionnaires (Pierce Study), Forms and Questionnaires (Personnel Study). Reports on 60 representative United States Public Libraries. Includes general information in Field Reports and specific opinions and impressions by involved persons in these libraries in Reports of Interviews. Geared toward library government and politics. Field Reports and Reports of Interviews divided into sections: I. The Institutions; II. Governing Authority of the Library; III. The Librarian as Chief Executive; IV. Library and Community; V. Library and Schools; VI. Key Processes in Library Government; VII. The Library and the Profession; VIII. The Library and the State Library Agency; IX. Working Relations with Other Library Services; X. Special Types of Library Service; XI. Aspirations. Each interview includes list of persons interviewed and by whom. Includes some statistical appendixes. Forms and questionnaires relating to time distribution, technical processes and library services, work measurement (blank sheets), statistical tables, etc. Pierce Study. Forms and questionnaires including drafts of questions for interviews, Leigh letter re questionnaire, Guilford-Martin Inventory, Vocational Interest Blank for Women, Checklist for libraries of Books Held, etc.

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Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Robert D. Leigh papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Ownership and Custodial History

Transferred from the School of Library Service, 1974, 1981 & 1985 (originally given by R.D. Leigh in 1960).

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Processing Information

Cataloged BRC 8/28/74. Processed JLW 09/27/85.

The papers of Robert D. Leigh, on which I worked, were those pertaining to the Public Library Inquiry that he organized and headed while at Columbia. I received a large number of loose papers, folders, and bound volumes, dating between 1947 and 1953. These papers were of a mixed nature, official, semiofficial, and personal, yet were all related to the Inquiry, itself. Many were the actual working material of the Project.

Although these papers were in a disorganized state, upon further examination they fell into cohesive groups and a natural order, which followed closely the progression of the Inquiry. The papers included correspondence, official documents of the Inquiry, statistical data, rough drafts of reports, memoranda, and a missive number of clippings of reviews. The bound volumes contained Inquiry documents and several reports relating closely to the project.

In working with Dr. Leigh's correspondence, I found eighty-two pieces, dating between September 1949 and March 1952, all pertaining to the study. The letters were exchanged with institutions, for the most part - public library systems, university libraries, and government offices - and with individuals, in some cases. Although some contained personal references, all were basically on the subject of the Inquiry and were most logically arranged in chronological order.

There was among the papers, a large portion that were Inquiry documents, statements of goals, progress reports, and memoranda to the staff. Included among these I found several pieces which were working papers of the project - data sheets and charts, evaluations and rough drafts - all handwritten. In this group, I was able to follow the Principle of Provenance, leaving the basic original order, with a few minor adjustments. These were numbered in folders.

The greatest bulk of papers was a massive number of clipped reviews, dating from February 1947 to Winter 1951. These, I sorted chronologically and arranged by year. In addition, I designated separate folders for the collections of reviews on related reports which had been clipped and pasted on manila folders. These were arranged alphabetically, according to the various authors.

Finally, I found ten bound volumes. Of these, two were Inquiry documents, in temporary bindings. These were removed, placed in folders and integrated appropriately, in this case, among the official documents, in chronological sequence. The other volumes, containing reports relating to the Inquiry, were in permanent bindings. They were labelled accordingly, numbered, and added at the conclusion of the collection.

Although the collection was disorganized upon initial examination, it fell quickly into an order of its own., resembling the original progression of the project. In many cases, I was able to observe the Principle of Provenance. This part of the Robert D. Leigh Papers comprises two boxes of material, which move in logical sequence through the various steps of the Public Library Inquiry.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Director of the Inquiry, 1947-1950 & author (Columbia University M.A. 1915, Ph.D. 1927). The Public Library Inquiry was a comprehensive survey of the American public library system by the Social Science Research Council.

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Series I: Public Library Inquiry


Subseries I.1: Correspondence, 1949-1953

Correspondence pertaining to the Public Library Inquiry. 82 pieces.



Box 1 American Library Association, 1949


Box 1 American Library Association - Division of Libraries for Children and Young People, 1949


Box 1 Cleveland Public Library, 1949


Box 1 Columbia University Press, 1949


Box 1 Detroit Public Library, 1949


Box 1 Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1949


Box 1 Indiana Stats Library, 1949


Box 1 Michigan State Library, 1949


Box 1 New England Library Association, 1949


Box 1 New Jersey Library Association, 1949


Box 1 Pratt Institute, 1949


Box 1 Public Library of Newark, New Jersey, 1949


Box 1 University of Nebraska, 1949


Box 1 American Civil liberties Union, 1950


Box 1 American Council on Education, 1950


Box 1 American School Publishing Corporation, 1950


Box 1 Bolton, Frances, 1950


Box 1 Boston Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1950


Box 1 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 1950


Box 1 Columbia University Press, 1950


Box 1 Committee on Public Administration Cases, 1950


Box 1 Companion, 1950


Box 1 Dayton Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Denver Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Des Moines Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Douglas, Paul, 1950


Box 1 Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1950


Box 1 Federal Communications Commission, 1950


Box 1 Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1950


Box 1 Flexner, Abraham, 1950


Box 1 Fly, Fitts, and Shuebrut, 1950


Box 1 Harper's Magazine, 1950


Box 1 Harvard College Library, 1950


Box 1 Harvard University, Department of History, 1950


Box 1 Hocking, Ernest, 1950


Box 1 Indiana Stare Library, 1950


Box 1 Joeckel, Carleton B., 1950


Box 1 Library Journal, 1950


Box 1 Look, 1950


Box 1 National Broadcasting Company, 1950


Box 1 Newark Public Library, 1950


Box 1 New Hampshire Sunday News, 1950


Box 1 New York State Library, 1950


Box 1 New York Times, 1950


Box 1 New York Times, Book Review Section, 1950


Box 1 Orange Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Popular Science, 1950


Box 1 Racine Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Rockefeller Foundation, 1950


Box 1 R.R. Bowker Company, 1950


Box 1 St. Louis Dispatch, 1950


Box 1 Schenk, Mr. Franz, 1950


Box 1 Seattle Public Library, 1950


Box 1 Teacher's College, Columbia University, 1950


Box 1 Twentieth Century Fund, 1950


Box 1 United States Department of Agriculture, 1950


Box 1 University of California, 1950


Box 1 University of Chicago, 1950


Box 1 University of Michigan, 1950


Box 1 University of North Carolina, 1950


Box 1 Wayne University, 1950


Box 1 Wheeler, Joseph, 1950


Box 1 White, John, 1950


Box 1 Williamson, Charles, 1950


Box 1 American Civil Liberties Union, 1951-1952


Box 1 Newark Public Library, 1951-1952


Box 1 Public Library of the District of Columbia, 1951-1952


Box 1 Schuler, Edgar A., 1951-1952


Box 1 Grams, Theodore C.W., 1953


Box 1 Social Science Research Council, 1953


Subseries I.2: Documents

Documents of the Public Library Inquiry


Box 1 Statement of the Public Library Inquiry Project


Box 1 Outline and Goals at the inception of the project


Box 1 "A study of Public Library Service and a picture of its present condition", March 1, 1947


Box 1 Public Library Inquiry Statement of Goals


Box 1 Official objectives, June 18, 1947


Box 1 Statement of Objectives of Public Libraries, August 7, 1948


Box 1 Revised goals


Box 1 Staff Memorandum #23, December 17, 1947


Box 1 Progress Memoranda


Box 1 Staff Memorandum #5 "A Note on Methods", September 19, 1945


Box 1 Copy of report by Maryan E. Reynolds


Box 1 A Report of the Library Library Inquiry by Columbia University Press, August 1949


Box 1 Report: "Personnel Administration in Public Libraries: A Review of the Literature"


Box 1 Library School Questionnaire for the Social Science Research Council


Box 1 Charts: Data on library organization


Box 1 Charts: Model organization in four state libraries


Box 1 Charts. Measurement of work in libraries


Box 1 Statistical data sheets (51 handwritten sheets)


Subseries I.3: Reviews of the Public library Inquiry


Clipped reviews


Box 1 1947-1948


Box 1 1949


Box 1 1950


Box 1 1951


Box 1 1952


Reviews of reports relating to the Public Library Inquiry



Box 2 Bernard Berelson


Box 2 Oliver Garceau


Box 2 James McCamy


Box 2 William Hiller


Box 2 Bound Volumes of Reports


Box 2 Six Americans Tell Us their Sources of Information: Illustrative Interviews from the Public Library Survey, November 1947


Box 2 The Public Library Inquiry and the people. Survey Research Center. Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 1948


Box 2 Lillian Orden Memorandum: Library of Congress Federal Aid, June 1948


Box 2 Civic Enlightenment in the United States as Measured by Public Opinion Polling Agencies. Helen R. Roberts, July 18, 1948


Box 2 Special Libraries in the United States. Helen Roberts, July 28, 1948


Box 2 An Essay on the Magazine Industry in America. A Report of the Public Library Inquiry, William Miller, 1949


Box 2 A Report to the Director of the Public Library Inquiry. 2 copies. Otto Luenig, June 1949


Box 2 A Report to the Director of the Public Library Inquiry: Money for Libraries. A report on library finances. Charles Armstrong, June 1951

Series II: Library Government and Politics Study

Includes Field Reports (Transcripts), Reports of Interviews (Transcripts), Forms and Questionnaires (Pierce Study), Forms and Questionnaires (Personnel Study). Reports on 60 representative United States Public Libraries. Includes general information in Field Reports and specific opinions and impressions by involved persons in these libraries in Reports of Interviews. Geared toward library government and politics. Field Reports and Reports of Interviews divided into sections: I. The Institutions; II. Governing Authority of the Library; III. The Librarian as Chief Executive; IV. Library and Community; V. Library and Schools; VI. Key Processes in Library Government; VII. The Library and the Profession; VIII. The Library and the State Library Agency; IX. Working Relations with Other Library Services; X. Special Types of Library Service; XI. Aspirations. Each interview includes list of persons interviewed and by whom. Includes some statistical appendixes. Forms and questionnaires relating to time distribution, technical processes and library services, work measurement (blank sheets), statistical tables, etc. Pierce Study. Forms and questionnaires including drafts of questions for interviews, Leigh letter re questionnaire, Guilford-Martin Inventory, Vocational Interest Blank for Women, Checklist for libraries of Books Held, etc.


Subseries II.1: Field Reports

Each volume corresponds to a folder. Transcripts.

Arranged alphabetically by city and by number in seven folders.



Box 3 Volume F.R.I Aberdeen, Washington - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Alabama State - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Arizona State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Baltimore, Md. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Bangor, Maine - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Boston, Mass. - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Bristol, Penn. - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 3 Volume F.R.I California State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Centralia, llinois - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Chattanooga, Tennessee - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Chicago, llinois - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Cincinnati, Ohio - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Cleveland, Ohio - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.I Colorado State - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Delaware State - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Denver, Colorado - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Detroit, Michigan - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Evansville, Ind. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Flint, Michigan - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Florida State - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Genesee County - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Geneva, Alabama - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Georgia State - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Gray's Harbor County - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Greeley, Colorado - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Hinds County, Missouri - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Huntingburg, Ind. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Huntsville, Alabama - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Idaho State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.II Iowa State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Jackson, Missouri - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Jasper, Indiana - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Kansas City, Kansas - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Kern County (California) - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.III King County (Washington) - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Knoxville, Tennessee - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Lancaster, S.C. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Larchmont, N.Y. - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Litchfield, Minn. - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.III Little Ferry, N.J. - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Long Beach, California - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Los Angeles City and County - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Lubbock, Texas - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Lynn, Mass. - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Madison, Wis. - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Minnesota State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Mississippi State - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Missouri State - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Montclair, N.J. - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Nebraska State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Nevada State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV Newark, N.J. - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 3 Volume F.R.IV New Orleans, La. - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.V New Mexico State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.V New York, New York - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.V North Carolina - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 3 Volume F.R.V North Dakota - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Norwalk, Conn. - Oliver Garcea


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Pacific Northwest Bibliographic Center - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Perry Oklahoma. - Oliver Garceau


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Portage County (Hiram, Ohio) - Lillian Orden


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Portland, Ore. - Robert D. Leigh


Box 3 Volume F.R.V Posey County (Mt. Vernon, Ind.) - C. De Witt Hardy



Box 4 Volume F.R.VI Racine, Wise. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume F.R.VI Rochester, N.Y. - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume F.R.VI San Francisco, California - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume F.R.VI Scranton, Pennsylvania - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume F.R.VI Seattle, Washington - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume F.R.VI Shelton Derby, Conn. - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Solvay, New York - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Springfield, Vt. - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII St. Louis, Missouri - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Syracuse, New York - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Telfair County - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Toledo, Ohio - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII University City, Missouri - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Warren Ohio - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Vermont State - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Washington State - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Weld County, Colorado - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Wilamette, llinois - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume F.R.VII Wyoming State - Robert D. Leigh


Subseries II.2: Reports of Interviews

Each volume corresponds to a folder. Transcripts.

Arranged by number. Origninal order maintained. Six folders.


Box 4 Volume R. I Litchfield Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. I North Dakota State Library Commission - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. I Portage County Service (Hiram Public Library) - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. I Posey County Library Coverage, Alexandria Free Library - C. De WittHardy


Box 4 Volume R. I Warren (Ohio) Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. I Kansas City Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. I Kansas State Library Association - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. I Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume R. I University City Public Library (Mo.) - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. I St. Louis Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. I Huntsville Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. I Lubbock,Texas Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. I Parry, Oklahoma, Carnegie Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. II Alabama State Public Library Service Division - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. II Chattanooga (Tennessee) Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. II Colorado State Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. II Denver (Colorado) Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. II Florida State Library Board - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. II Geneva (Alabama) Emma Knox Kenan Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. II Georgia State Textbook and Library Divison and De Kalb County


Box 4 Volume R. II Georgia Library Service - Lillian Orden - MISSING


Box 4 Volume R. II Knoxville, Term. Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 4 Volume R. II Long Beach, California Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume R. II Perry (Oklahoma.) Carnegie Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. II Telfair County (Mc Rae, Georgia) Public Library - Lillian Orden -MISSING


Box 4 Volume R. II Wilmette (llinois) Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume R. II Bakersfield, California Kern County Free Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume R. II Notes of Los Angeles County Library and Los Angeles City Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume R. III Greeley (Colorado) Public Library - Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. III Hinds County (Kiss) Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. III Jackson, Missouri Carnegie Public Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. III Cleveland, Ohio Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume R. III Michigan State Library - C. De Witt Hardy - MISSIING


Box 4 Volume R. III Mississippi Library Commission - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. III Missouri State Library - Oliver Garceau


Box 4 Volume R. III New Orleans, La. Public Library - Oliver Garceau - MISSING


Box 4 Volume R. III Racine, Wis. Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 4 Volume R. III San Francisco Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 4 Volume R. III Solvay, New York Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 4 Volume R. III Weld County, Colorado - Oliver Garceau



Box 5 Volume R. IV Bristol, Pennsylvania Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 5 Volume R. IV Delaware State Library Commission - Lillian Orden


Box 5 Volume R. IV Detroit, Michigan Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. IV Flint, Michigan Public Library and the Genesee County (Michigan) Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. IV Little Ferry, N.J. Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 5 Volume R. IV Scranton, Pennsylvania Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 5 Volume R. IV Syracuse, NY Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 5 Volume R. IV Portland, Oregon Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. IV Toledo, Ohio Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. IV Newark, New Jersey Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 5 Volume R. V Aberdeen, Washington Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. V Chicago, llinois Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. V Cincinnati, Ohio Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. V Grays Harbor, Washington County Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. V King County, Washington Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. V Montclair, N.J. Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 5 Volume R. V New York, New York Public Library - W. O'D. Pierce


Box 5 Volume R. V Rochester, New York Public Library - Lillian Orden


Box 5 Volume R. V Seattle, Washington Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. VI California State Library - Robert D. Leigh - MISSING


Box 5 Volume R. VI The Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore Md. - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. VI Larchmont, New York Public Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. VI North Carolina Library Commission - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. VI Pacific Northwest Bibliographic Center - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. VI Wyoming State Library - Robert D. Leigh


Box 5 Volume R. VI Lancaster, S.C. County Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. VI Centralia, Illinois, Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. VI Huntingburg, Ind. Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Box 5 Volume R. VI Jasper Independent Public Library - C. De Witt Hardy


Subseries II.3: Other materials



Box 6 Vocational Interest Blanks (from Alice Bryan) - cards



Box 7 The Nature of Public Communication: A report to the Russell Sage Foundation, 1955

Typed manuscript, some with manuscript corrections.