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Frances Perkins papers, 1895-1965

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Call No.: MS#0989
Bib ID 4079571 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Perkins, Frances, 1880-1965
Title Frances Perkins papers, 1895-1965
Physical Description 71 linear feet (172 boxes and one oversized box)
Language(s) English .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

Selected materials cataloged; remainder arranged. Box 1-30: Cataloged & uncataloged correspondence; Box 31-41: Documents; Box 42-59: Speeches & articles; Box 60-63: FDR - Letters, memos& documents; Box 64-65: Desk calendars, 1931-1946; Box 66: Misc. documents, 1919-1933; Box 67-69: THE ROOSEVELT I KNEW, manuscripts; Box 70-93: Subject files; Box 94-99: Clippings; Box 100-101: Photographs; Box 102: Scrapbooks; Box 103: Telegrams, etc.; Box 104: Biographical materials; Box 105: Pamphlets, etc. COGGESHALL ADDITION: Box 106-106C: Cataloged correspondence; Box 107: Cataloged manuscripts & documents; Box 108-118B: Uncataloged correspondence; Box 119-133: Speeches & articles; Box 134: Unidentified manuscripts; Box 135: FDR; Box 136-137: THE AL SMITH I KNEW; Box 138-139: Subject files; Box 140-141: Colleges & universities; Box 142-148: Personal materials; Box 149-150A: Photographs; Box 151-161: Printed materials & audio tapes; Box 162: Address cards; Box 163: Books, Clippings and Scrapbook re: Frances Perkins; Flatbox 668, Oversize folder: Photographs & drawings by Frances Perkins

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Description

Summary

Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, drafts of speeches, appointment books, subject files, documents, photographs, memorabilia and printed materials. There are notes from her lectures on Sociology at Adelphi College in 1911-1912; papers from 1912-1932, when Perkins served on the Commission for Safety and on the Industrial Commission of New York State; the main body of the material is from the period of her cabinet office, 1933-1945; and some items from her days on the Civil Service Commission, 1946-1953. Also included are personal and family papers.

Major correspondents in this collection are: Grace Abbott; Arthur J. Altmeyer; Robert T. Amis; Clara M. Beyer; Maty W. Dewson; James A. Farley; Felix Frankfurter; Warner W. Gardner; Carter Goodrich; William Green; Sidney Hillman; Albert Ford Hinrichs; Cordell Hull; Harold Ickes; Hugh S. Johnson; Paul Kellogg; Mary LaDame; Herbert H. Lehman; Katharine F. Lenroot; John L. Lewis; Isador Lubin; Daniel W. McCormack; Frank W. Persons; Gerard D. Reilly; Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; John R. Steelman; Lillian Wald; Henry A. Wallace; L. Metcalf Walling; Leo Wolman; and Mary E. Woolley.

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Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

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

Selected Related Material-- at Columbia

Reminiscences of Frances Perkins, 1955, Oral History Archives, Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Reminiscences of Frances Perkins, 1955, Columbia University Libraries' Digital Collections. This interview is a digitized version of the interview held by the Oral History Archives, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, and includes both audio files and the transcript.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. Contact rbml@columbia.edu for more information.

Alternate Form Available

Parts I-V, VIII are also available on microfilm.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Papers: Source of acquisition--Perkins, Frances & Susanna Coggeshall. Method of acquisition--Gift.

Papers: Source of acquisition--Coggeshall, Susanna. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--11/17/1992. Accession number--M-92-11-17.

Gift of Frances Perkins, 1955.

Gift of Susanna Coggeshall, 1970-1983, 1985, 1988 & 1992.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers Entered in AMC 11/26/1990.

Papers Processed HR 02/16/1993.

Revision Description

2018-07-11 Restriction on family papers removed KWS

2020-12-04 EAD document created by CCR.

Subject Headings

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Civil defense -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Conference of Governors on Unemployment and Other Interstate Industrial Problems (Location of meeting: Albany, N.Y.). Date of meeting or treaty signing: (1931 :.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Democratic Party (U.S.) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Emigration and immigration Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Goodrich, Carter, 1897-1971 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Government executives Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Green, William Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Labor unions Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Lehman, Herbert H (Herbert Henry), 1878-1963 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
National Consumers' League Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
New Deal, 1933-1939 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
New York (State). Industrial Commission Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Roosevelt, Franklin D (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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State governments -- Officials and employees Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Strikes and lockouts -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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United States Civil Service Commission Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
United States. Department of Labor Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Wallace, Henry A (Henry Agard), 1888-1965 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Wandersee, Winifred D Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Women -- Political activity -- New York (State) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Women -- Political activity -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Women in civil service Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Women public officers Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Working class -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
World War, 1939-1945 -- Economic aspects -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Government official for New York State and the federal government, including Industrial Commissioner of the State of New York, 1929-1932, and United States Secretary of Labor, 1933-1945.

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Part I: Cataloged correspondence--Letters to Frances Perkins



Box 1 Abbott, Grace


Box 1 Adams, Franklin P.


Box 1 Adams, K. C.


Box 1 Addams, Jane


Box 1 Adler, Cyrus


Box 1 Aiken, George D.


Box 1 Aime, Adah Hopkins


Box 1 Albertson, Dean


Box 1 Allen, Florence E.


Box 1 Allen, Yorke


Box 1 Altmeyer, Arthur J.


Box 1 Amidon, Beulah


Box 1 Amidon, Charles F.


Box 1 Amis, Robert T.


Box 1 Anderson, George J.


Box 1 Anderson, John Z,


Box 1 Andrews, Charles O.


Box 1 Andrews, Elmer F.


Box 1 Angell, Norman


Box 1 Angle, Mrs. Aaron


Box 1 Appleby, Paul H.


Box 1 Arents, George Jr.


Box 1 Arnold, Thurman


Box 1 Astor, Waldorf


Box 1 Astor, William


Box 1 Axman, Clarence


Box 1 Aydelotte, Frank


Box 1 Bailey, Calvin Weston


Box 1 Ball, Joseph H.


Box 1 Bard, Ralph A.


Box 1 Baruch, Bernard M.


Box 1 Battle, George Gordon


Box 1 Battle, Turner Westray


Box 1 Bays, Fred


Box 1 Beasley, John A.


Box 1 Bell, Bernard Iddings


Box 1 Bell, Daniel W.


Box 1 Bellamy, Paul


Box 1 Belmont, Eleanor Robson (Mrs. August)


Box 1 Bergen, H.


Box 1 Berle, Adolf Augustus, Jr.


Box 1 Bernays, Edward L.


Box 1 Berry, George L.


Box 1 Beston, Henry and Elizabeth (Mrs. Henry)


Box 1 Beveridge, Sir William


Box 1 Bevin, Ernest


Box 1 Bewley, William


Box 1 Beye, Cudworth


Box 1 Beyer, Clara M.


Box 1 Beyer, Otto S.



Box 2 Biddle, Francis


Box 2 Bilbo, Theodore G.


Box 2 Birmingham, L. W. Jr.


Box 2 Bishop, William Lee


Box 2 Black, Hugo L.


Box 2 Black, J. L.


Box 2 Bloch, Louis


Box 2 Bondfield, Margaret G.


Box 2 Bonham, R. P.


Box 2 Bori, Lucrezia


Box 2 Bow, Frank T.


Box 2 Bowles, Chester


Box 2 Brand, Charles J.


Box 2 Brandeis, Louis D.


Box 2 Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston


Box 2 Bridges, Harry


Box 2 Brisbane, Arthur


Box 2 Bruère, Henry


Box 2 Bruère, Martha Bensley (Mrs. Robert W.)


Box 2 Bruère, Robert W.


Box 2 Buck, Solon J.


Box 2 Buillet, André


Box 2 Bullard, Ethel (Mrs. Arthur)


Box 2 Bullitt, William G.


Box 2 Burgess, W. Starling


Box 2 Butler, Harold Beresford


Box 2 Butler, Nicholas Murray


Box 2 Bye, George T.


Box 2 Bynner, Witter


Box 2 Byrnes, James F.


Box 2 Caldwell, Robert J.


Box 2 Campbell, Daniel E.


Box 2 Campbell, Peter


Box 2 Cantor, Eddie


Box 2 Casey, Thomas E.


Box 2 Cashen, T. C.


Box 2 Catt, Carrie Chapman


Box 2 Celler, Emanuel


Box 2 Chamberlain, Joseph P.


Box 2 Chambers, David V.


Box 2 Chrysler, Walter P.


Box 2 Churchill, Winston


Box 2 Citrine, Walter


Box 2 Clapper, Raymond


Box 2 Clark, Grenville


Box 2 Cleland, Samuel C.


Box 2 Cochran, Robert LeRoy


Box 2 Cohen, Benjamin Victor


Box 2 Coleman, Arthur Prudden


Box 2 Comer, Donald


Box 2 Comstock, Louis K.


Box 2 Cone, Fred P.


Box 2 Connolly, William L.


Box 2 Cook, Al


Box 2 Copsland, Royal Samuel


Box 2 Cosgrave, John O'Hara


Box 2 Cowan, Ruth


Box 2 Cramer, Lawrence W.


Box 2 Gripps, Sir (Richard) Stafford


Box 2 Crowell, Merle


Box 2 Cumming, Homer


Box 2 Curran, Joseph


Box 2 Cushing, Harvey


Box 2 Cushing, Oscar K.


Box 2 Czernin, Ferdinand



Box 3 Davison, Jo


Box 3 Davies, Joseph E.


Box 3 Davis, Edwin L.


Box 3 Davis, Harold M.


Box 3 Davis, Minnie Brown


Box 3 Davis, William Hammatt


Box 3 Dawson, Donald S.


Box 3 Delano, Frederic A.


Box 3 Denman, William


Box 3 Dern, George H.


Box 3 De Roode, Albert


Box 3 Dewey, James F.


Box 3 Dewey, John


Box 3 Dewson, Mary W.


Box 3 Dickinson, John


Box 3 Dies, Martin S.


Box 3 Dillingham, J. C.


Box 3 Dodd, William E.


Box 3 Doherty, Henry L.


Box 3 Donnell, Dorothy


Box 3 Donovan, William J.


Box 3 Draper, Ernest G.


Box 3 Duffy, Francis P.


Box 3 Duranty, Walter


Box 3 Early, Stephen


Box 3 Eastman, Joseph B.


Box 3 Eaton, Cyrus S.


Box 3 Eccles, Marriner S.


Box 3 Echaurren, Anne


Box 3 Eliot, Thomas H.


Box 3 Epstein, Abraham



Box 4 Farley, James A.


Box 4 Fenton, Frank P.


Box 4 Ferris, T. Harvey


Box 4 Finley, John Huston


Box 4 Forand, Aimé J.


Box 4 Ford, Leland M.


Box 4 Fortas, Abe


Box 4 Fosdick, Harry Emerson


Box 4 Foster, A. L.


Box 4 Frankfurter, Felix


Box 4 Furuseth, Andrew


Box 4 Gambs, John S.


Box 4 Gardner, Mary A.


Box 4 Gardner, Warner W.


Box 4 Garrison, Lloyd K.


Box 4 Gay, Henry S.


Box 4 Gildersleeve, Virginia C.


Box 4 Glass, Dr. Meta


Box 4 Goodrich, Carter


Box 4 Googe, George L.


Box 4 Goudy, Frederic W.


Box 4 Grant, Frank M.


Box 4 Green, Theodore Francis


Box 4 Green, William


Box 4 Greenwood, Arthur


Box 4 Greer, Arthur E.


Box 4 Grew, Joseph C.


Box 4 Griswold, Glenn


Box 4 Gromyko, André


Box 4 Guffey, Joseph F.


Box 4 Gumberg, Alex



Box 5 Hand, Learned


Box 5 Hardy, Laura T. (Mrs. Edgar D.)


Box 5 Harriman, William Averell


Box 5 Henderson, Leon


Box 5 Hershey, Lewis B.


Box 5 Hillman, Sidney


Box 5 Hinrichs, Albert Ford


Box 5 Hoover, J. Edgar


Box 5 Hopkins, Harry L.


Box 5 Houghteling, James Lawrence


Box 5 Hull, Cordell


Box 5 Hutchins, Robert M.


Box 5 Ickes, Harold L.


Box 5 Johnson, Hugh S.


Box 5 Jones, Jesse H.


Box 5 Jurkowitz, Frances


Box 5 Kefauver, Estes


Box 5 Kelley, Florence


Box 5 Kellogg, Paul U.


Box 5 Kennedy, Joseph P.


Box 5 Kenyon, Dorothy


Box 5 Knox, Frank


Box 5 Kohn, Robert D.


Box 5 Krock, Arthur


Box 5 Kroll, Leon



Box 6 La Guardia, Fiorello H.


Box 6 Lamont, Thomas W.


Box 6 Lapham, Roger D.


Box 6 Leader, William M.


Box 6 Lehman, Herbert H.


Box 6 Leiserson, William M.


Box 6 Lenroot, Katharine F.


Box 6 Lewis, John L.


Box 6 Lewis, Sinclair


Box 6 Lilienthal, David E.


Box 6 Lippmann, Walter


Box 6 Luce, Henry R.


Box 6 Ludwig, Emil


Box 6 McAllister, Dorothy (Mrs. Thomas F.)


Box 6 MacCormack, Daniel W.


Box 6 MacLeish, Archibald


Box 6 McMenimen, Walter L.


Box 6 McNutt, Paul V.


Box 6 Madden, J. Warren


Box 6 Major, Duncan K., Jr.


Box 6 Manning, William V.


Box 6 Marshall, George C.


Box 6 Meloney, Marie Mattingly (Mrs. William Brown)


Box 6 Meloney, William Brown


Box 6 Moley, Raymond


Box 6 Morgenthau, Henry, Sr.


Box 6 Moses, Robert


Box 6 Murphy, Frank


Box 6 Murray, Philip


Box 6 Ogburn, Charlton


Box 6 Oursler, Fulton


Box 6 Pardue, Austin


Box 6 Parsons, Wilfrid


Box 6 Pegler, Westbrook


Box 6 Radin, Max


Box 6 Reid, Helen Rogers (Mrs. Ogden Mills)


Box 6 Reid, Whitelaw


Box 6 Richberg, Donald R.


Box 6 Roberts, Owen J.


Box 6 Rogers, Lindsay


Box 6 Rockfeller, Nelson A.


Box 6 Rohde, Ruth Bryan Owen



Box 7 Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin Delano)


Box 7 Roosevelt, Kermit, Jr.


Box 7 Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr.


Box 7 Roper, Daniel G.


Box 7 Rosett, Joshua


Box 7 Rossi, Angelo J.


Box 7 Ruutz-Hees, Caroline


Box 7 Sachs, Alexander


Box 7 Scherman, Harry


Box 7 Seligman, Edwin R. A.


Box 7 Sloan, Alfred P., Jr.


Box 7 Sloan, George A.


Box 7 Smith, Alfred E.


Box 7 Smith, Margaret Chase


Box 7 Stettinus, Edward R., Jr.


Box 7 Stimson, Henry L.


Box 7 Stokes, Anson Phelps


Box 7 Stokes, J. C. Phelps


Box 7 Swope, Herbert Bayard


Box 7 Tabouis, GenevieVe


Box 7 Taubman, Howard


Box 7 Taylor, Myron C.


Box 7 Thomas, Norman


Box 7 Truman, Harry S.


Box 7 Vandercook, John


Box 7 Villard, Oswald Garrison


Box 7 Vinson, Fred M.



Box 8 Wagner, Robert F.


Box 8 Wald, Lillian D.


Box 8 Wallace, Henry A.


Box 8 Watson, Thomas J.


Box 8 Welles, Sumner


Box 8 White, William Allen


Box 8 Wilson, Paul Caldwell


Box 8 Winant, John Gilbert


Box 8 Wise, Stephen.S.


Box 8 Woodring, Harry H.


Box 8 Wolman, Leo


Box 8 Woolley, Mary E.


Box 8 Wyzanski, Charles E., Jr.

Part II: Correspondence files, Uncataloged--Letters to Frances Perkins

For a list of names of correspondents found in Part II, consult the box with catalog cards that is shelved with the collection (Box A).



Box A Card Catalog with Names of Correspondents Found in Parts II, V, and Miscellaneous Notes



Box 9 A-B



Box 10 C-Da



Box 11 De-E



Box 12 F-Gl



Box 13 Go-Ha



Box 14 He-Hy



Box 15 I-Ke



Box 16 Ki-Lo



Box 17 Lu-Ma



Box 18 Me-My



Box 19 N-Pf



Box 20 Ph-Ri



Box 21 Ro-Sc



Box 22 Se-Sp



Box 23 St-T



Box 24 V-Wh



Box 25 Wi-Z

Part III: Cataloged Correspondence--Letters from Frances Perkins



Box 26 Adee, Ernest (Mrs.)


Box 26 Adler, Evelyn


Box 26 Allen, Robert S.


Box 26 Allen, Yorke


Box 26 American Board of Guardians


Box 26 Andrews, Elmer


Box 26 Astor, William


Box 26 Baird, Mary (Mrs. Stevens)


Box 26 Bankhead, William B.


Box 26 Bell, Bernard Iddings


Box 26 Benthuysen, Ethel Van


Box 26 Best, Marshall


Box 26 Bewley, William


Box 26 Bingham, Walter Van Dyke


Box 26 Bishop, William Lee


Box 26 Black, J. L.


Box 26 Bow , Frank T.


Box 26 Brown, Walter W.


Box 26 Bruère, Henry


Box 26 Bruère, Jane, Marie, Nina, Richard, and Robert


Box 26 Burlingham, Charles C.


Box 26 Calvosa, O.


Box 26 Carter, James Walter


Box 26 Cavanaugh, W. J.


Box 26 Choate, Anne (Mrs. Arthur)


Box 26 Clark, Grenville


Box 26 Coggeshall, Susanna Perkins Hare


Box 26 Comer, Donald


Box 26 Cullen, Thomas H. (Mrs.)


Box 26 Cummings, Homer S.


Box 26 Dewson, Mary W.


Box 26 Diehl, Paul Jr.


Box 26 Dies, Martin


Box 26 Doty, Madeleine


Box 26 Early, Stephen


Box 26 Earnest, J. M.


Box 26 Editor, New York Times


Box 26 Editor, Washington Post


Box 26 Edmondson, Robert Edward


Box 26 Ely, Gertrude


Box 26 Farley, James A.


Box 26 Flanders, Ralph E.


Box 26 Frankfurter, Felix


Box 26 Franklin,. Miriam (Mrs. Cyril M. E.)


Box 26 Gardner, Mary A.


Box 26 Gillespie, John S.


Box 26 Gilpatrick, Charlotte


Box 26 Glidden, William T.


Box 26 Greanin, Leon


Box 26 Green, William


Box 26 Hale, Bertrice Forbes-Robertson


Box 26 Ham, Roswell G.


Box 26 Harrington, Winslow


Box 26 Harrison, Pat


Box 26 Henderson, Leon


Box 26 Higgins, Kath Remer (Mrs. John D.)


Box 26 Killman, Sidney


Box 26 Hopkins, Harry


Box 26 Houghteling, James Lawrence


Box 26 Howard, Charles B.


Box 26 Hull, Cordell


Box 26 Ickes, Harold L.


Box 26 Ingersoll, Raymond V.


Box 26 Ireland, L. A.


Box 26 James, Edwin


Box 26 Johnson, Hugh S.


Box 26 Jurkowitz, Frances


Box 26 Kelley, Florence


Box 26 Klein, Anna


Box 26 Klutz, Jerry



Box 27 Lanchester, Betsy (Mrs. Robert)


Box 27 Lapham, Roger Dearborn


Box 27 Lehman, Herbert H.


Box 27 Lewis, John L.


Box 27 Lippman, Walter


Box 27 MacMillan, Pauline (Mrs. Wagner)


Box 27 Maddock, Elizabeth (Mrs. Charles, Jr.)


Box 27 Mead, Gracie (Mrs. Winter)


Box 27 Miller (Miss) and Mabel Leslie


Box 27 Mitchell, Harry B.


Box 27 Mother Superior, All Saints Convent


Box 27 Mumford, Clare Dana


Box 27 Murphy, Frank


Box 27 New York City, Fire Commissioner


Box 27 Norton, Mary T.


Box 27 O'Connor, Basil


Box 27 Pardue, Austin


Box 27 Parran, Thomas


Box 27 Parsons, (Father)


Box 27 Patterson, Richard


Box 27 Pegler, Westbrook


Box 27 Pepper, Claude et al.


Box 27 Potenar, A. J.


Box 27 Porter, Mattie Wyatt (Mrs.)


Box 27 Rabaut, Louis C.


Box 27 Reid, Ogden (Mrs.)


Box 27 Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin Delano)


Box 27 Roosevelt, Franklin Delano


Box 27 Roper, Daniel C.


Box 27 Rosenman, Sam


Box 27 Rummel, Joseph Francis


Box 27 Ruskin, Sophia & MacLane, Jean


Box 27 Ruutz-Rees, Caroline


Box 27 Schuyler, Montgomery et al.


Box 27 Sedley, Henry


Box 27 Siegel, David


Box 27 Sloss, Marcus C.


Box 27 Smith, Alfred E.


Box 27 Smith, Harold D.


Box 27 Smith, Roscoe R, et al.


Box 27 Spires, S. F. (Mrs.)


Box 27 Steelman, Andrew


Box 27 Stimson, Henry L.


Box 27 Sullivan, Bart J.


Box 27 Symons, Gilbert P.


Box 27 Taber, John


Box 27 Thomas, Elbert D.


Box 27 Thomas, Norman


Box 27 Thompson, Malvina C.


Box 27 Tracy, Daniel W.


Box 27 Truman, Harry S.


Box 27 United Mine Workers, Policy Committee


Box 27 Vinson, Carl


Box 27 Vinson, Fred M.


Box 27 Wald, Lillian


Box 27 Wallace, Henry A.


Box 27 Wheeler, Burton K.


Box 27 Wilcox, Fred M.


Box 27 Wilson, Paul Caldwell

Part IV: Cataloged Correspondence--Letters from F. Perkins--Typed Letters and Typed Letters Signed (t.l. and t.l.s)



Box 28 A-Z

Part V: Uncataloged Correspondence--Letters from F. Perkins--Carbons

For a list of names of correspondents found in Part V, consult the box with catalog cards that is shelved with the collection (Box A).



Box A Card Catalog with Names of Correspondents Found in Parts II, V, and Miscellaneous Notes



Box 28 Carbons--A-F



Box 29 Carbons--G-P



Box 30 Carbons--P-Z

Part VI: Cataloged Documents



Box 31 A-B



Box 32 C-F



Box 33 G-He



Box 34 Hi-K



Box 35 La-Le



Box 36 Li-Mad



Box 37 Mag-P



Box 38 R-Se



Box 39 Sh-Sz



Box 40 T-Wo



Box 41 Wy-Z

Part VII: Speeches and Articles, 1908-1963

Arranged chronologically.



Box 42 Philadelphia--Outline for report on Ibsen, [1908-1909], a.n., 9p.


Box 42 Philadelphia--Semi-annual statement of Philadelphia Research and Protective Assoc., 1910?, p.d., 4 p.

Perkins as secretary


Box 42 [Philadelphia]--"Outline of report," to Phila. Res. and Prot. Assn., [circa 1910], 16 a.p.


Box 42 Philadelphia--Ms. notes for course in Social problems, Church House, Phila., 1910 January 26, 8 a.p., 7 ms.p.


Box 42 [Philadelphia]--Research material on immigrants, [1909 March 28], 25 t.p., 16 a.p.


Box 42 [Philadelphia]--"The protection of immigrants:-a social necessity", 1910 May 3, 3 a.p., [2], 16", [2], 16 t.p.

Ms. outline, with 2 t. copies


Box 42 [New York]--"Outline used at 1.) Rainy Day Club, 2.) Bklyn Training School," on the Consumer's League, 1911?, 9, 2, 7, 2 a.p.


Box 42 [Yonkers, N.Y.]--Notes for address at Consumer's League, 1911, 13 a.p.


Box 42 New York--Notes for Report to Consumer's League, 1911 April 7, 3 a.p.

Perkins, secretary


Box 42 New York--Notes for Report to Consumer's League, 1911 October 6, 7 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Two phases of sociology as a science", [1911] October 6, 5 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on heredity; with notes, "chap.II, Elwood", 1911 October 10, 5, 3 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "What is variation?"^, [1911] October 13, 4 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Social aspects of biological results", [1911] October 17, 5 a.p.

Incomplete?


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on the struggle for civilization, [1911] October 20, 7 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Religious evolution accompanying struggle for existence", [1911] October 24, 8 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on basis of social institutions; also, quiz on previous material, [1911] October 27, 9 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on the family; also, lecture schedule, [1911] November 14, 6, 2 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Living wage for women", 1911 November 19, 5 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on the work of women in relation to the home, etc., [1911] November 22 [i.e. 21], 4 a.p.


Box 42 Englewood, N.J.--Outline and notes for address at "Englewood engagement", [1911] November 26, 1 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on early Roman family, 1911 November 28, 3 a.p.


Box 42 New York--Notes for Consumers' League Report, 1911 December 1, 4 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "State as an institution", [1911] December 5, 8, 8 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Institution of morals", [1911] December 19, 5 a.p.


Box 42 [Garden City, N.Y.]--Notes for Adelphi College lecture (?), on entrance of women into industry, [circa 1912?], 1 a.p.


Box 42 [New York ?]--Notes for Consumer's League lecture, on Women in industry, [circa 1912], 7 a.p.


Box 42 n.p.--Notes for two different speeches (?): Women in industry, and notes on Patronymic society (Adelphi College?), [1912?], 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes for address on the leisure class, [1912?], 4 a.p.


Box 42 [New York ?]--Notes for address on: "Women and civic organizations", [1912?], 5 a.p.


Box 42 [Syracuse, N.Y. ?]--Notes for talk, "Some reasons for new labor legislation", [circa 1912], 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York ?]--Notes [for lecture?], "Specific results of physical over work in industry", [1912], 3 a.p.


Box 42 [S. Hadley, Mass.?]--Notes for Consumers' League address, on "intelligent selfishness", [1912?], 4 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for Committee on Safety concerning fire hazards, [circa 1912 January], 4 a.p., 5 t.p.


Box 42 [Garden City, N.Y.]--Notes on Adelphi College lectures, [1912 January], 5 a.p.


Box 42 [Albany ?]--Notes for address on the McManus Bill, [1912, circa January], 5 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Social morality", 1912 January 5, 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for Consumers' League lecture, "Women and industry", 1912 January 10, 5 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Classification of criminals", 1912 January 12, 16, 11 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for Consumers' League report, 1912 February 2, 6 a.p.


Box 42 Boston--Notes for Consumers' League lecture, on the housewife, [1912?] February 14, 6 a.p.


Box 42 [Philadelphia?]--Notes for lecture on industrial women and suffrage (Dr. Owen (?) Copp's house), 1912 February 19, 4 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "The sweating system", 1912 February 23, 6 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on unemployment, [1912] March 1, 9, 2 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Remedies for unemployment", [1912] March 5, 8, 3 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, on strikes and boycotts, [1912] March 15, 8 a.p.


Box 42 n.p.--Notes for talk on the cost of living, [circa 1912 April], 4 a.p.


Box 42 Garden City, N.Y.--Notes for Adelphi College lecture, "Public policy and strikes" (incomplete ?), 1912 April 9, 6 a.p.


Box 42 Philadelphia--Notes for talk on suffrage and the social worker (Consumers League?), 1912 April 26, 6 a.p.


Box 42 Philadelphia--Notes for talk on Industrial woman and the suffrage, [1912] April 26, 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for Consumers League report, 1912 May 3, 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for Consumers League report, [1912] November 3, 4 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for address to Commission on Safety of New York, "Relation of efficiency to human life and happiness", [1913, circa January 30], 7 a.p., 1 t.p., 1 p.p.


Box 42 [Philadelphia]--Notes for address to American Academy of Political and Social Science, with t. and p. copies, [1913 April 4], 14 a.p., 8t.p., 20 p.p. and covering letter


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for talk on fire legislation, factory standards, fire departments, [1914], 4, 2, 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for address on safety in industry, [1914?], 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for address at the City Club, "Economic and social value of fire prevention", 1914 March 28, 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for address, "Do working women need the ballot?", 1914 November 13, 4 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for talk on protection from fire risks, at School of Philanthropy, [1914] November 24, 7 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for speech, "The social cost of the Triangle fire", [1915], 3 t.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes for address on public health, [1915, circa January?], 3 a.p. (pp. 2-3 missing)


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes for address on the revaluation of women caused by their emergence as wage earners, [1915, circa January?], 2 a.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes for talk on the suffrage movement, [1915, circa January?], 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes on entrance of women into industry, [1915, circa January?], 2 a.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes on the Triangle fire, [1915 January?], 1 a.p.


Box 42 [New York?]--Notes for address, "Prohibition of house work", [1915, circa January?], 2 a.p.


Box 42 Boston--Notes for address, "Safety and sanitation", 1915 February 17, 6 a.p.


Box 42 Providence, R.I.--Notes for address on fire hazards, "Safety first", 1915 October 30, 3 a.p.


Box 42 New York--Notes for address to social workers, [circa 1916], 8 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for talk to New York school teachers, [1916] January 18, 6 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for talk at W.M. League, "Could the [Triangle] fire happen today ?" (Committee on Safety), 1916 March 16, 5 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes for plan for organizing essential industries emergencies, [1917, circa February], 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes on reasons for a separate Women's Bureau, [1918, circa Apri], 2 a.p.


Box 42 Syracuse, N.Y.--Notes concerning new kinds of tests for factory inspector, scholastic aptitude, etc., [1919?], 5 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes on the New York State Industrial Education Bureau, Smith-Hughes Act, etc., [1919?], 3 a.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Suggestion for considerations at the meeting of Associated Industries, [1919?], 2 t.p.


Box 42 [New York]--Notes on unemployment, [circa 1919?], 3 a.p.



Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for talk to Urban League, on problems of jobs being taken over by machines, [circa 1920], 4 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for talk to Consumer's League on their history, [circa 1920?], 6 a.p.


Box 43 New Haven--Notes on industrial problems, [circa 1920?], 3 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on a strike in Rome, N.Y., personal experiences, [circa 1920], 2 t.p.


Box 43 [New York ?]--Notes for luncheon address on a colleague's leaving their office (William Archer?), [circa 1920], 6 a.p., 1 ms.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on workmen's compensation, women in industry, [1920], 3 a.p.


Box 43 Syracuse, N.Y.--Meeting on safety, standards of industry, [circa 1920?], 5 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for article, "The factory inspector," for Catherine Filene's Careers for Women, 1920, [1920], 10 a.p.


Box 43 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes on industrial research, 1920 March 5, 9 a.p. (incomplete: pp. 3, 7, and 9 are missing)


Box 43 [Rochester, [N.Y.]--Notes for talk, "The conservation of America's woman power", 1920 April 8, 8 a.p.


Box 43 Bryn Mawr, Pa.--Notes for Bryn Mawr College address, "Women's responsibility and opportunity in machine industrial life in America", 1920 June, 2 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on the political situation, [1920 August?], 4 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for a speech on behalf of Harriet May Mills, in her campaign for Secretary of New York State, [1920, circa September?], 11 a.p.


Box 43 Milwaukee--Notes for talk, "Interest of the state in its women industrial workers", 1920 September 30, 6 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on New York State Factory Commission and the proposed Inspectors' Bill, [1920 November?], 6.a.p.


Box 43 New York--Notes on address to New York Tuberculosis and Health Association, "Protection of the health of the worker", 1920 November 21, 1 a.p., 1 t.p. (ms. notes)


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on Safety Council and Compensation, [1921?], 3 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on the Industrial Board, [1921?], 13 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on workmen's compensation, [1921?], 6 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Memorandum on the Industrial Commission, [circa 1921], 2 t.p.


Box 43 [Buffalo, N.Y.?]--Notes on women in industry, [1921?], 4, 5 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"Another approach to the unemployment problem", [1921 February], 2 t.p., 4 p.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"An experiment in the application of case work methods to a new problem", 1921 February 26, 5 t.p (carbon)


Box 43 [Albany?]--Statement of Miss Perkins before the Governor, in opposition to the Knight-Brady Bill reorganizing the Industrial Commission, with a. notes, [1921?] March 8-9, 14 t.p. (with ms.notes), 5, 2 t.p., 11 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--"Workmen's compensation", 1921 March 21, 2 t.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"Suggested program for a Division of After Care in the Bureau of Workmen's Compensation", [1921 June?], 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 Milwaukee--"After care in compensation cases", 1921 June 27, 22, 4 a.p.


Box 43 BrooklynN.Y.--"Function of the Y.W.C.A.", 1921 November, 2 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for address, on women in public office, [circa 1922], 4 a.p.


Box 43 [New York ?]--Notes for talk, "Function of Labor Department" at "Personal Club", [circa 1922], 3 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"History of the Industrial Commission", [1922?], 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on the moral implications of political power, 1922 May 15, 6 a.p.


Box 43 Southampton, L.I., N.Y.--Notes for address on "The Blanket Bill of Rights", 1922 July 10, 8 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes concerning "nightmare of production and consumption", 1922-1923, 6 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for lecture, "Outstanding legislation", [1923? circa October], 1 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for talk on Peace, World Neighbor's League, [1923?], 13 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on women in industry, trends of employment, [1923?], 10 a.p.


Box 43 Cleveland--Notes on "Enforcement of labor laws", 1923 February 6, 8 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on the New York Building Congress, for address by Miss Perkins on greater safety in building construction, [1923?] April 23, 3 t.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Public statement concerning the record of labor legislation in New York State, especially Labor Department reorganization (1921), Gov. Smith, Bernard Shientag, [1923, circa October], 5 t.p. (lith.)


Box 43 [New York ?]--Notes for lecture, "Outstanding legislation", [1923?, circa October], 1 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes on "Women's interest in the party platform", [1923, circa October], 7 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Article on the ILO, for the League of Nations Herald, 1923 December 13, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for talk on women in industry, [circa 1924], 5, 2, 4 a.l., 2 p.d.


Box 43 n.p.--Notes for article on the industrialization of agriculture, [1924?], 4 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"The Child Labor Amendment", [1924], 3 t.p. (carbon), with ms notes


Box 43 Bedford, N.Y.--Campaign speech for League of Women Voters, 1924 October 10, 3 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Campaign speech for Governor Alfred E. Smith, 1924 October 15, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 Syracuse, N.Y.--Press release quoting from address to 14th Annual State Safety Congress, [1924] December 2, 2 t.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for article for Query Magazine, "Selective inhibitions", [1925], 10, 3 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Article on the work of the Industrial Board for the News Bulletin, 1925 March 27, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 Pittsburgh--From address of Miss Perkins before Allegheny County League of Women Voters and Friday Morning Club, "New challenge to industry", [1925?] December 11, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 Washington--Outline and background material of address to Women's Industrial Conference, 1926 January 19, 1 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon each), 2 t.p. (with ms.notes), 3 t.p. (lith.) & 2 covering letters


Box 43 Cleveland--Notes for address, "Women and children in industry", 1926 January 30, 4 a.p.


Box 43 Syracuse, N.Y.--Notes for address, "Can industry become a (desirable) social factor ?", 1926 February, 4 a.p., 1 t.p. (with a.corr.)


Box 43 [New York]--Article for The Survey Midmonthly, "Do women in industry need special protection?", 1926 February 15, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon), 3 p.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Report on the year 1925-1926 by Miss Perkins as Chairman of National League of Women Voters, [1926 April], 6 t.p.s., with ms corrections


Box 43 New York--Campaign talk, at Vassar Club, [1926 October], 9 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for address to Vassar Club in election campaign, 1926 October, 9 a.p.


Box 43 [Rochester, N.Y.]--Notes for address to Safety Congress, 1926 December 1, 8 a.p.


Box 43 [New York?]--Notes for address at a Doctors' dinner, 1926 December 18, 7 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes on industrial hygiene, [circa 1927 January], 2 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 [New York?]--Article on women in industry, 1927 January 28, 4 t.p., with ms. notes on verso


Box 43 Philadelphia--"Cutting down child work accidents," address, 1927 February 1, 12 a.p., 9 t.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Article from The American Child, "Double compensation for minors", [1927 February], 1 p.p.


Box 43 [New York ?]--Notes for address, "Women's progress in politics", 1927 February 17, 7, 5 a.p.


Box 43 Boston--Notes for address, "Preventive hygiene in industry", 1927 March 17, 5 a.p., 1 p.d.


Box 43 Syracuse, N.Y.--Notes for address to AFL, 1927 August, 8 a.p.


Box 43 [New York ?]--Notes (for campaign address ?); p.2 only of memo on Workmen's Compensation Law, [1928?], 1 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 n.p.--Notes for address on "Al Smith and Roosevelt", [circa 1928], 7 a.p., 1 a.n.


Box 43 [Buffalo]--A. notes and t.copy (2) of address to Economic Congress of industry of New York State, [1928], 11 a.p., 5, 5 t.p.


Box 43 New York--Notes for talk to New York Industrial Commission, [circa 1928], 3 a.p.


Box 43 Scranton, Penn.--Lecture notes, "Mission of the Democratic Party to bring about a programme of social welfare", 1928 January, 6 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--"Industrial relations as a career for women", [1928 January 11], 5 t.p (carbon), t.l. (carbon)


Box 43 [New York]--"Mating call of women," for Query Magazine, 1928 February 14, 14 a.p.


Box 43 [New York ?]--On the Industrial Board of New York State, 1928 February 21, 7 a.p., 10 t.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Notes for Commencement address of Dalton Academy, 1928 May [29], 11 a.p.


Box 43 [New York]--Radio address, "Women in industry", 1928 September 24, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 43 Boston--Notes for campaign speech to social workers in Boston, 1928 September, 4 a.p.


Box 43 n.p.--Notes for address on the industrial problem, unemployment, 1928 [circa October], 4 a.p.


Box 43 Boston--Campaign addresses, 1928 October 2, 3 t.p. with ms. Corrections


Box 43 [New York?]--Supreme Court vs. Acme Steel and Malleable Iron Works, re: the Industrial code, [1928 circa November], 2, 1 t.p.



Box 44 [New York]--Notes for talk to Urban League, [circa 1929?], 2 a.p.


Box 44 New York--Notes for talk (to N.Y. State Industrial Board?), [circa 1929], 6, 1 a.p.


Box 44 [New York]--Notes for address to Industrial Commissioners, [1929?], 3 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for address, "The place of the Ind[ustrial] Commissioner in the hero era", [1929?], 10 a.p.


Box 44 [New York ?]--Statement on employment policy, [1929?], 1 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Notes for address (Women's City Club of New York?), [1929 January?], 5 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for address at "Luncheon for Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Lehman and Mrs. Pratt", 1929 January, 8 a.p.


Box 44 New York--Address notes on compensation, 1929 January 24, 3 a.p.


Box 44 Washington--Notes used at Newton Bill hearing, 1929 January 25, 11 a.p., 7 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Address at testimonial luncheon in honor of her appointment as Industrial Commissioner of New York State, 1929 January 31, 25 a.p., 8 t.p. (carbon), 1 p. program


Box 44 [New York]--1st and 2nd drafts of address to National Republican Club on women in industry, 1929 February or March, 3, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Instructions to referees concerning awards for medical expenses, 1929 March 12, 4 a.p., 2, 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--"My Job," published in Survey, 1929 March 15, 3 p.p. (with a.n.)


Box 44 [New York]--Notes and t. copy of address to League of Women Voters on unemployment, [1929 April 9?], 13 a.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes on Central Labor Council, [1929?] June 19, 5 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for, and t.copy of, address to 66th Annual Convention of New York State Federation of Labor, 1929 August, 12 a.p., 7 t.p.


Box 44 [New York]--Statement on the factory inspector, [circa 1929 October], 1 t.p. (carbon, a. corr.)


Box 44 [Buffalo, N.Y.]--Address, International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, on workmen's compensation, [1929, circa October 8], 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 Buffalo, N.Y.--Excerpts from the above address, 1929 October 8, 12 a.p.


Box 44 [Buffalo, N.Y.]--Notes for address on industrial hazards, [1929 October 10], 7 a.p.


Box 44 [New York]--Notes on workmen's compensation, [circa 1929 November], 5 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--"Social force of industry", 1929 November 15, 9 a.p., 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Speech material to address Assoc. to Promote Proper Housing for Girls, 1929 November 18, 7 t.p., 1 t.n. (wtih a.n.)


Box 44 Queensborough, N.Y.--Draft, notes and program for Queensboro Industrial Forum, 1929 November 21, 3 a.p., 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for address to Junior League on Program for industry, 1929 November 26, 5 a.p.


Box 44 Albany--Notes on "Church and industrial welfare", 1929 November, 3 a.p. (incomplete)


Box 44 [New York]--"Child labor problems of 1929", 1929 December 5, 4 t.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--"Meeting of the Taylor Society" on the Naumkeag experiment, 1929 December 6, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [Rochester?]--Speech on canning industry, 1929 December 12, 8, 4 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York?]--Address, National Child Welfare Committee meeting, 1929 December 17, 12 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Address, "Social forces of industry", 1929 [December 19?], 6 t.p. (carbon) with ms.notes


Box 44 New Orleans--From address to American Association for Labor Legislation, on workmen's compensation, [1929] Decembr 28, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York?]--History of the New York State Labor Department, "Government takes a hand in industry", [1929], 8 t.p., ms.corr.


Box 44 [New York ?]--Notes for progress report on quarterly budget, [1930?], 9 a.p.


Box 44 [New York]--Notes on the factory employment figure in New York State, 1930, 5 a.p.


Box 44 Columbus--Address to Ohio Safety Congress, "Co-operation of capital and labor in safety", 1930 January, 10 a.p., 22 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York?]--Address, need for insurance companies to adopt a program to reduce industrial accidents, [1930 January?], 4 t.p.


Box 44 [New Orleans?]--Health hazards in new technology, "The new in industry", 1930 January 8, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 a.p.


Box 44 Syracuse--Address on unemployment, League of Women Voters, 1930 January 14, 4, 8 t.p., 1, 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--"Controversy over employment information - President Hoover and U.S. Labor Department and Miss Frances Perkins", [1930 January 21], 5, 5 t.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--State of unemployment in New York State, [1930 February 7], 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--"The married woman in industry," outline, [1930, February?], 8 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Address, the Self-Insurers Associaton, 1930 February 3, 4 p.p.


Box 44 Chicago--Address on women and children in industry, 1930 February 8, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for speech at Cornell University, Home and Farm Week, "A healthy industry the basis for a healthy agriculture", [1930 February 13], 9 a.p., 3, 2, 1, t.p.


Box 44 New York--Address to Greater New York Safety Congress, American Society of Safety Engineers, "Industrial hazards", 1930 February 26, 14 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 New York--Statement on accident prevention, to meeting of the National Safety Council, 1930 February 26, 4, 4 t.p. (2 variant copies)


Box 44 [Bronx, N.Y.?]--Statement on unemployment, [1930, March?], 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 Bronx, N.Y.--Statement on unemployment, 1930 March, 5 a.p., 7 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York}--Statement on the stabilzation of industry in New York State, [1930 March], 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Statement on unemployment situation in N.Y., 1930 March 3, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York?]--Statement on remedies for unemployment, 1930 March 10, 1 t.p.


Box 44 [New York]--"Should women take men's jobs?", The Woman's Journal, 1930 April, 4 p.p.


Box 44 [New York]--"Helping industry help itself", Harper's Magazine, [1930 April 1], 6 a.p., 3, 16 t.p.,12 t.p. (carbon: 2 cops)


Box 44 [New York]--Letter to the Editor of the Brooklyn Eagle, in reply to critics of her talk to Brooklyn Parents' League, 1930 April 7, 1, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Statement on the Consumer's League's report on their investigation into the Canneries of New York State, 1930 April 7, 3 t.p.


Box 44 Poughkeepsie, N.Y.--Vassar College, lecture on the Compensation Law, 1930 April 21, 14 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--"Construction industry," address to New York Building Trades Congress, 1930 April 23, 6 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--"Can they smoke like gentlemen?", The New Republic, 1930 May 7, 2 p.p.


Box 44 New York--Statement in tribute to Elias Howe, New York University (NYU) Hall of Fame, 1930 May 8, 2, 2, 1 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Address on construction work to eliminate unemployment, Trustees and Directors of health and welfare agencies of N.Y.C., 1930 May 19, 5, 1 t.p.


Box 44 Syracuse--Statement on the enforcement of laws, at meeting of Associated Industries, 1930 June 4, 5 a.p., 7 t.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for address on stabilization, 1930 June [15?], 7 a.p.


Box 44 Albany--Statement on unemployment, Albany Democratic Women, 1930 June 17, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 New York--Prepared newspaper interview, including Miss Perkins' statement and memo from journalist, 1930 June [24?], 5, 1, 4 t.p.


Box 44 Buffalo, N.Y.--Notes for address to New York State Federation of Labor, on the Labor Department, 1930 August 28, 9, 7, 6 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for a campaign speech for Governor Roosevelt, [1930, circa October], 9 a.p.


Box 44 [New York ?]--Notes for talk, "Can industry be a social force?", [circa 1930 October], 6, 2 a.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Notes for address at Democratic Union tea to Mrs. Roosevelt, 1930 October 27, 5 a.p.


Box 44 [New York]--Notes of campaign speech at Carnegie Hall, 1930 November, 6 a.p.


Box 44 [New York]--"Frances Perkins on unemployment," Woman's Journal, 1930 November, 5, 5 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Speech material on the unemployment service, [1930, circa November], 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 Washington--Address on human values, national convention of the Society of Industrial Engineers, 1930 November, 15, 24 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [Philadelphia]--Address on stabilization, to Consumer's League, [1930 November], 34 t.p.


Box 44 [New York?]--Statement on unemployment insurance, 1930 November 24, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 [New York]--Statement on the stabilization of industry, [1930, circa December], 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 44 Syracuse, N.Y.--Printed programs of New York State Industrial Safety Congress, 1930 December 1-3, 2 p.d., with a.n. by Miss Perkins


Box 44 Philadelphia; : Address to the American Academy of Political and Social Science, stabilization of industry, 1930 December 5-6, 25 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon), 7 p.p.


Box 44 New York--On married women workers (a letter to the Springfield Republican ?), 1930 December 16, 3 t.p.


Box 44 New York--Lecture at New York Academy of Medicine, "Occupational and industrial diseases", [1930] December 19, 7 a.p., 6 t.p.



Box 45 [New York ?]--Notes on the New York State Labor Department, [1931?], 4 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Statement on employment policy, [1931?], 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [Syracuse]--Notes for address concerning the New York State Labor Department, [1931], 9 a.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--Press release, talk by Miss Perkins at luncheon in honor of Maud Nathan, [1931?], t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Notes for conference on unemployment insurance, [1931?], 4 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Notes for address on industrial cancer, [1931?], 9 a.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 n.p.--Address on unemployment, for FDR campaign, [1931], 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Montclair, N.J.--Program for Conference on Christian Ethics, Miss Perkins' address, "The ethical problems of a State Labor Commissioner", 1931 February 4, 4 p.p. with a.n.


Box 45 [New York]--Article on State Employment Agencies for Democratic News, 1931 February 10, 3 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--"Occupational disease legislation in the United States", [1931 February 27], 10 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 New York--"The trend of women's wages in New York City," from the Industrial Bulletin, 1931 March, 6 t.p. (carbon), 5 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Notes on the strike situation in New York State, 1931 March 8?, 9 a.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--Notes for address on religion and the social forces, 1931 March 15, 3 a.p.


Box 45 Philadelphia--"Unemployment and Senator Wagner's bills," Address to Democratic Women's Luncheon Club, 1931 April 13, 22 t.p., 24 p.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--"The State's responsibility for its working children," from American Federationist, 1931 May, 17 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Bryn Mawr, Pa.--Notes and text of address on the occasion of the presentation of the M. Carey Thomas Award to Jane Addams, 1931 May 2, 8 a.p., 4, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 New York--Excerpts from memos presented at economists' conference on unemployment, 1931 May 9, 4 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.s.)


Box 45 Hartford, Conn.--Paper for presentation at meeting of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, "Training apprentices and foremen", 1931 June 1-3, 3 p.p.


Box 45 [New York]--On the amendment to the 48-hour law, [1931 July], 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Article for Labor Department Bulletin on personnel problems in the Department, 1931 September 30, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York ?]--Draft of speech on wage reductions, [circa 1931 October], 5 t.p. with a.n.


Box 45 [New York ?]--Notes on National Economic Council, [1931? October], 2 a.p.


Box 45 Richmond, Va.--Address at 18th Annual Convention, International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, on the Compensation Act, 1931 October 8, 6 a.p., 22 t.p., 14 t.p. (lith.)


Box 45 Washington--U.S. Senate, Committee on Manufacture, Establishment of National Economic Council: Account of Miss Perkins' testimony, 1931 October 23, 25 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--"Unemployment insurance," from Survey Graphic, 1931 November, 4 p.p.


Box 45 New York--Address, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, "Cooperation essential to progress in accident prevention", 1931 December 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [Bryn Mawr, Pa.]--"The experience of New York industries in meeting the industrial depression", [1931 December 5], 2 t.p., 1 t.p. (lith.)


Box 45 [New York]--Notes for political speech, [1932?], 3 a.p.


Box 45 New York--Notes for address on the Civil Service Commission, [1932?], 15 a.p.


Box 45 New York--Notes, "Evaluation of women's powers," "Education", [circa 1932?], 4 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Notes for campaign speech, summary of employment plan, [1932], 2 a.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Brooklyn--Notes for address, "Motherhood - a part time job", [1932?], 6 a.p.


Box 45 New York--"Personal disaster into public good," notes for address on women in industry, [1932?], 15 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Statement before Economic Congress on the conditions of industry (incomplete?), [1932], 1 t.p, (3 t.p. background information, s. E.B.Patton)


Box 45 [New York?]--Campaign address, "Democratic record on labor legislation in New York State", [1932], 8 a.p., 5, 2 t.p. (1 p. carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Campaign address, "Concerning Governor Roosevelt's labor record", [1932], 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Statement on why married women work, 1932 January 20, 5, 1 t.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--Excerpt from radio address on industrial stabilization, 1932 February 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Notes for a memorial speech to Florence Kelley, [1932, March?], 6 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 45 New York--Excerpt from address to New York Conference for Unemployment Insurance Legislation, 1932 March 1, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Brooklyn, N.Y.--"Working conditions for women, "Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1932 March 15, 2 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--"American standards," NBC Economic Series, 1932 March 26, 8 p.p. (a.n.)


Box 45 [Buffalo?]--Notes on methods of accident prevention, [1932, circa April], 4 a.p.


Box 45 [Syracuse]--"Changing vocational trends in the building trades," address to Vocational Guidance Association, [1932 April 5], 4 a.p., 8 t.p.


Box 45 Buffalo--Buffalo Safety Congress, 1932 April 13, 3, 17, 13, 1 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 45 New York--Notes for campaign procedure for FDR, [1932, circa May?], 5 a.p.


Box 45 Rochester, N.Y.--Notes for address on the place of industry in our growing civilization, 1932 May, 2, 7 a.p.


Box 45 Albany--Notes and suggested agenda for conference on the economic situation of New York, 1932 May 9, 2 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--A. notes on accident prevention and compensation, Swope's report, etc., [1932, circa June], 5 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Radio address,"on a program dedicated to Democratic Victory in 1932", [1932, circa June 10], 2 t.p.


Box 45 Burlington, Vt.--Program for Conference of AAUW, 1932 June 22-25, 7 p.p. with a.n.


Box 45 Boston--Notes for address to New England Governors' Conference, 1932 July, 5 a.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Silver Bay, N.Y.--Conference on Management Problems of Smaller Industries, excerpts from address at session on Stabilization, Relief and Economic Problems, 1932 July 14, 2 t.p.


Box 45 [Utica, N.Y.]--From speech to State Federation of Labor Convention, 1932 August, 2 a.p., 4 t.p.


Box 45 [New York]--Statement concerning Government press release that employment had risen in July, 1932 August 26, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--"Review of medical and hospitalization costs in workmen's compensation cases, with comments on the Lambert Committee Report," U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bul. no.577, 1932 September, 11 t.p.


Box 45 Columbus, Ohio--Excerpts from address on care of injured workmen, to International Association of Accident Boards and Commissions, 1932 September 26


Box 45 [Buffalo]--Notes for address, "Trend of social work", [1932, circa October?], 3 a.p.


Box 45 [Chicago?]--Notes for FDR campaign speech, [1932, circa October], 5 a.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--Draft of material for Herbert H. Lehman in 1932 campaign, [1932, circa October], 14, 13 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 n.p.--Campaign speech, "Concerning Governor Roosevelt's labor and welfare programs", [1932, October?], 11 t.p.(carbon)


Box 45 [New York?]--Material for Miss Perkins on Child labor, [1932 October 10], 8 t.p.


Box 45 n.p.--FDR campaign address, [1932 October 14], 15, 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 St.Louis--Radio address "On behalf of the campaign of the National Democratic Committee for Roosevelt and Garner", 1932 October 23, 5 t.p.


Box 45 [New York ?]--Notes on the New Hampshire plan, [1932, November?], 12 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Providence, R.I.--Notes for address at Providence in election campaign, 1932 November 5, 3 a.p.


Box 45 [New York]--First draft of radio talk on Mt. Holyoke College, [1932 November 17], 7 t.p.


Box 45 [New York?]--Outline for address, "Can taxes be reduced?", [1932, circa December], 11 t.p. ( with a.n.)


Box 45 [New York]--Statements on unemployment insurance, 1932 December 9, 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 45 Washington--From address before Child Labor Conference, 1932 December 10, 2, 2 t.p


Box 45 New York--Address to Conference on Breakdown of Industrial Standards, National Consumers' League, 1932 December 12, 2 t.p., 3 p.p.


Box 45 Philadelphia--Speech to Contemporary Club, "Can taxes be reduced?", 1932 December 19, 8, 5 t.p., 1 a.p. (covering and supplemental material, 11p.)



Box 46 [Washington]--Notes on unemployment, [1933], 3, 5 a.p.


Box 46 Washington--Note on Wagner-Peyser Bill, [1933], 2 a.p.


Box 46 [Washington?]--"The National Industrial Recovery Bill and Wage standards", [1933], 5 t.p.


Box 46 New York--"The cost of a five-dollar dress," from Survey Graphic, 1933 February, 4 p.p.


Box 46 [New York]--"The New York Department of Labor," typescript of article in The Jeffersonian, [1933 February], 2, 3, t.p., 6, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 [Minneapolis]--"Some thoughts of adult education", [1933 February], 2 t.p., with 4 t.p. covering correspondence


Box 46 Bennington, Vt.--"Questions to be answered" at Bennington College luncheon, a.n. with answers, 1933 February 7


Box 46 [New York]--Draft of reply to FDR on her nomination to cabinet, [1933 February circa 25], 3 a.p.


Box 46 [New York]--Notes on various subjects, "To Wash[ington] file", [1933, circa March], 6 a.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Address before NRA rally, 1933 March 5, 6 t.p.


Box 46 New York--Speeches at testimonial dinner to Miss Perkins, 1933 March 24, [2], 38 t.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Minutes of Labor Conference to consider unemloyment and unemployment relief at the Department, 1933 March 31, 26 t.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Notes on the organization of NRA, [1933, circa April], 7 a.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--"What constitutes a good Job?" outline, [1933, circa April], 2 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 46 [Albany]--Statement on a program for prevention of unemployment in the future, [1933 April or May], 1 t.p. with a.n.


Box 46 [Baltimore?]--Notes on stabilization in employment and short work week, [1933 April], 3 a.p.


Box 46 Washington--Notes on cabinet meeting, 1933 April 3, 4 a.p.


Box 46 Washington--Address over station WJSV, on standards of labor and standards of living, 1933 April 22, 6 t.p. (carbon), 7 p.p.


Box 46 Washington--Notes on Federal Emergency Relief Administration, [1933? May], 3 a.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--"Wages during the depression", [1933, circa May?], 6, 6 t.p., 1 p.p.


Box 46 [New York]--Address at Maternity center, NYC, "The part of the Children's Bureau in making motherhood safe", [1933 May 12], 7 t.p., 1 a.n.


Box 46 New York--Luncheon address, Girls' Works Section, Welfare Council of New York City, 1933 May 22, 14, 5, 4, 2, 3 t.p., 2 a.p


Box 46 [Washington]--Memo on future industrial structure, for Gen. Johnson and Leo Wolman, 1933 May 31, 2 t.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Notes on organizing the staff of the Public Works Administration, [1933? June], 4 a.p.


Box 46 Washington--A. note on the Swope plan and unemployment, [1933, circa June?], 3 a.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--"The return of the sweatshops," article for Scripps-Howard Sundicate, [1933, circa June], 8, 10 t.p., 1 p.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Title I of NIRA Bill (a first draft?), with a. corrections and comments, [1933, circa June 1], 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Washington--Memoranda of the House Committee on labor meeting, 1933 June 2, 4 a.p., 2 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Baltimore--Address at Goucher College Commencement, "The new challenge to industry", 1933 June 5, 27 t.p., 10 p.p.


Box 46 Bryn Mawr, Pa.--Speech to Baldwin School graduates, 1933 June 15, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Washington--"Changes in Bulletin No.2 of the National Recovery Administration suggested by the Secretary of Labor", 1933 June 21, 1 a.p., 3 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 46 Washington--National Radio Forum address, "Industry and labor", 1933 June 27, 8, 2 t.p. (carbon), 6 p.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Article in Nation's Business, "Why we need a minimum wage law", 1933 July, 4 p.p.


Box 46 Wellesley, Mass--Address at the Summer School of Social Progress, Wellesley College, on the objective of the National Industrial Recovery Act, 1933 July 8


Box 46 [Charlottesville, Va.?]--"Active company unemployment benefit plans," address to University of Virginia, Institute of Public Affairs, [1933 July 12], 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Washington--Radio speech, "Emergency conservation work", 1933 July 17, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Chicago--"Tomorrow and tomorrow," address to National Council of Women, 1933 July 20, 10 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 46 [Washington?]--Notes, "Memo on conversation with Eugene Grace and William Irwin" (of U.S .Steel), 1933 July 26, 2 a.p.


Box 46 New York--"The United States Employment Service," in Conference Board Service Letter, 1933 July 30, 3 p.p. (2 cops)


Box 46 Washington--Analysis of steel code before the National Recovery Administration, [1933] July 31, 4 folders; 24 t.p.; 22 t.p.; 18 t.p.; 18, 3, 5, 17 a.p.


Box 46 [Boston?]--Address to Massachusetts State Federation of Labor on the NIRA, 1933 August 7, 7 t.p.


Box 46 Washington; : Notes on the meeting of the Progressive Mine Workers of America in the Office of the Secretary of Labor, 1933 August 11, 4, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Washington--Address at Meeting of the Federal Advisory Council of the U.S.Employment Service, 1933 August 14, 1, 8, 6, 11 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 46 [New York]--"The state's responsibility for its working women," from The Adult Bible Class Magazine, 1933 September, 5 p.p.


Box 46 New York--"What labor expects from NRA," in The Jeffersonian, 1933 September, 3 p.p., cover picture


Box 46 New York--"Job insurance," from The American Labor Legislation Review, 1933 September, 4 p.p.


Box 46 n.p.--"Labor Day of 1933: a turn toward better times," from the American Labor World, 1933 September, 1 p.p.


Box 46 Chicago--"To the Association of Bank Women", 1933 September 4-7, 3 t.p.


Box 46 Washington--Press release on conference on child health recovery, [1933] September 12, 1 t.p.


Box 46 Washington--Press release, on wage rate increases under the NRA code, [1933] September 21, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 46 Washington--Press release, a study of the cost of living of government employees in Washington, [1933] September 21, 1 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 46 Washington--Press release, the National Reemployment Service of NRA, 1933 September 25, 2, 3 t.p.


Box 46 New York--Address on unemployment, The National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1933 October 2, 8, 22 t.p.


Box 46 Washington--Address to AFL Convention, with copy p. in International Molders' Journal, 1933 October 4, 6 a.p., 6, 6, 6 t.p., 9, 1 p.p.


Box 46 [Chicago?]--"Recovery prospects for Women," on the NIRA, [1933 October 14?], 18 t.p., 20 t.p. (carbon)


Box 46 Washington--Minutes of meeting of Special Industry Recovery Board, 1933 October 23, 17 t.p.


Box 46 Washington--Press release, conference on unemployment insurance, with Sir William Beveridge, 1933 October 23, 1 t.p.


Box 46 Worcester, Mass.--Address to Women's Club, on unemployment insurance, 1933 November 8, 3 t.p.


Box 46 New York--Luncheon address, Members' Council of the Merchants' Association of New York, "Industrial balance in the recovery program", 1933 November 13, 20, 20 t.p.


Box 46 Chicago--Dinner meeting address, Union League Club, "The industrial balance sheet", 1933 November 17, 47, 31, 31 t.p.


Box 46 New Haven, Conn--On public and social responsibility, for Yale News, [1933, circa December?], 3 t.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Radio address on NRA, 1933 December 11, 8 t.p., 9 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 46 Atlanta, Ga.--News release, Address to the President's Club, on NRA, 1933 December 12, 6 t.p.


Box 46 [Atlanta, Ga.]--Notes for address - hope for workers, support the Labor Department, [1933? circa December 12?], 1 a.p.


Box 46 Atlanta, Ga.--Press release, address to Atlanta League of Women Voters, the challenge of industry today, 1933 December 13, 4 t.p. (lith), 1 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 46 [Atlanta, Ga.]--Address, Atlanta League of Women Voters, on the southern states, [1933, December 13?], 4 t.p.


Box 46 [Washington]--Message to Woman's Study Club in Winston Salem, N.C., on the national recovery and NRA, [1933, circa December 15], 5 t.p.



Box 47 [Chicago?]--Notes for talk on the Labor Department, [circa 1934?], 3 a.p.


Box 47 New York--Notes for talk, on "American passion for unity," unions, [1934?], 7 a.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Miscellaneous notes, on various subjects, [1934?], 5 a.p., 2 t.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Notes on mutuality in relationship, [1934?], 2 a.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Statement on the resignation of Grace Abbott from the Children's Bureau, [1934], 2 t.p. (carbon, a corr.)


Box 47 [Washington?]--"The U.S. Labor Department" is not a "pressure group", [1934?], 3 t.p.


Box 47 [Washington ?]--Notes on the need for a National Labor Relations Act, [1934?], 7 a.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Press release, address on unemployment insurance, General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1934 January 17, t.p. (mimeo)


Box 47 New York--"Labor and the modern state," League for Political Education address, 1934 January 26, 12 t.p. (a.corr.), 4 t.p.


Box 47 New York; : Conference on Unemployment insurance, the impending Wagner-Lewis Bill, 1934 January 29, 2, 3, 3, 1, 8 t.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Statement on the need for a subsistance wage, Survey, [1934? February], 1 t.p.


Box 47 Washington--"Should the Child Labor Amendment by ratified ?," from Christian Science Monitor; Miss Perkins, affirmative, Nicholas Murray Butler, negative, 1934 [February], 1 p.p. (newspaper clipping, with xerox copy)


Box 47 [Washington]--Address on Wagner-Lewis Bill, 1934 February 5, 5 t.p., 1 t.p. (lith)


Box 47 New York--"The citizen and his country," address to Columbia University Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1934 February 12, 14 a.p., 6 t.p.


Box 47 Washington--Miss Perkins' testimony on the Wagner-Lewis Bill before the House Committee on Labor, with a complete set of pending bills, 1934 February 16, 23 t.p., 13 p.d.


Box 47 Frankfort, Ky.--Address before Kentucky Legislature endorsing the Child Labor Amendment, 1934 February 21, 14 a.p., 19 t.p., 19 t.p. (carbon), 19 t.p. (carbon), 6 t.p.


Box 47 [Washington?]--"Frances Perkins explains the New Deal," original draft and publisher's proof (Pictorial Review), 1934 March, 19 t.p. (carbon), 2 t.p., 5 p.p.


Box 47 [New York]--"Toward security: the bill before Congress for unemployment insurance," published in Survey Graphic, also address to New York Conference on Unemployment Insurance, 1934 March, 2 p.d., 3 p. each, one a publisher's proof


Box 47 Washington--Speech at NRA Conference, 1934 March 6-7, 4, 4 t.p. (mimeo), 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 47 New York--Address in honor of Mrs. Belle Moskowitz, New York City Club, 1934 March 12, 17, 17 t.p. (carbon), 3 a.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Summary of hearings on H.R. 7659, p. copy of Bill, preliminary draft, and 1st and 2nd drafts of Miss Perkins' statements on the Bill, [1934 March 21], 3, 2, 2, t.p., 2, 10 t.p. (carbon), 19 t.p. (lith), 1 p.d.


Box 47 Detroit--Notes for address, "New challenge to industry," Town Hall Series, 1934 March 23, 5 a.p.


Box 47 Lansing, Mich.--Notes at Michigan Labor Institute symposium, summary by Miss Perkins, [1934 March 26], 5 a.p.


Box 47 [New York]--"The wheels that make the world go round," Good Housekeeping Magazine, 1934 April, 2 p.p., proof with ms.correspondence


Box 47 Cleveland--Address on NRA, Western Reserve University, 1934 April 4, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 47 [Washington]--"Unemployment insurance," News Release, 1934 April 11, 2 a.p., 2 t.p., 1 t.p.(carbon)


Box 47 [Washington?]--Radio interview on unemployment insurance, 1934 April 13, 5, 3 t.p., 2 t.p.(carbon)


Box 47 [Chattanooga, Tenn.]--Notes for address, "New challenge to industry", [1934 April 28], 7 a.p.


Box 47 Washington--"Wage earners of 1934," radio speech, 1934 May 8, 13 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 47 Rochester, N.Y.--Notes for address on AFL to Amalgamated Clothing Workers, [1934 May 16], 8 a.p.


Box 47 New York--Address on adult education, Women's Democratic Union, 1934 May 21, 4 t.p.(carbon)


Box 47 [Geneva]--Notes for ILO Convention, [1934 June], 4 t.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Notes on automobile industry contract with William Green, [1934, July?], 3 a.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Radio address on the Committe on Economic Security, 1934 August 13, 5 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 47 Cincinnati--"What does your dollar buy?," The Classmate, 1934 September 1, 1 p.p.


Box 47 [Washington]--Labor Day Address, radio broadcast, 1934 September 3, 7, 8 t.p. (with a.correspondence), 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 47 [Washington?]--Notes on the textile strike, 1934 September 7, 2 a.p.


Box 47 Boston--Address, Boston Conference on Retail Distribution p.d.: Address to AFL convention, 1934 September 24, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 47 San Francisco--Address to AFL convention, 1934 October 5, 10 a.p., 13, 13 t.p. with correspondence, 5, 4, 17, t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 47 [San Francisco]--On the Longshoremen's Pacific Coast strike, [1934, October 5?], 13, 8 a.p.


Box 47 San Francisco--Address on Social Security, Commonwealth Club, 1934 October 6, 6 a.p., 16 t.p.


Box 47 Tulsa, Okla.--Notes for address on the progress of the Recovery Program, Tulsa Town Club, 1934 October 10, 6 a.p.


Box 47 Atlantic City, N.J.--Address on strikes and conciliation, to Episcopal Church Convention, 1934 [October 19], 3 t.p.


Box 47 [Cincinnati]--First and second drafts of address on strikes and the labor situation, Cincinnati Club, [1934, circa October 29], 6, 9 2, 1 t.p., 5 a.p.


Box 47 South Hadley, Mass.--Notes for address, Mt. Holyoke College, 1934 November [8], 1 a.p.


Box 47 Washington--Notes for dinner address, National Conference on Economic Security, on unemployment insurance, 1934 November 14, 2 p. a.n. on p.program


Box 47 [New York]--Address in favor of a pooled insurance fund, New York Board of Trade, [1934 December 13], 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 47 [Washington]--Radio address on Intercollegiate Council Program, First draft and press release, 1934 December 14, 8 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)



Box 48 [Washington]--"Industrial disputes and the public interest", [1935], 13 t.p.


Box 48 n.p.--Notes for talk, "The challenge is that Industry became a social force...", [circa 1935], 3 a.p.


Box 48 Washington--Notes on the National Labor Relations Act, [1935?], 5 a.p.


Box 48 [Greensborough, N.C.]--Notes for talk on government and industry, [1935? circa April], 2 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Notes for memorial talk on Anna Ickes (Mrs.Harold), [1935], 3 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Notes on unemployment and relief, [1935], 7 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Radio speech making a comparison of unemployment over a two-year period., [1935 January], 2 t.p., a.corr.


Box 48 Nashville, Tenn.--Address at Regional Conference, [1935, January 20?], 8 t.p. (lith)


Box 48 Nashville, Tenn.--Address at Regional Conference: on labor legislation, 1935 January 21, 8 t.p. (lith)


Box 48 [Washington]--"Unemployment insurance? - Yes - says Frances Perkins;" page proof and printed copy of The Rotarian, with reply, [1935 February], 4, 4p.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--"Improvement in labor conditions since March 1933": development under NRA, [1935 February 1], 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 [Washington]--Radio speech, "Social insurance for U.S.", [1935 February 25], 9 t.p., 1 ms.p., 8 p.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--"A survey of the status of labor in the manufacturing industries...", [1935 March 5], 9 t.p.


Box 48 Washington--"Employment for Graduates of Educational Institutions. Letter from Secretary of Labor transmitting… a report" on unemployed youth, 1935 March 15, 14 p.p.


Box 48 Berkeley, Calif.--Charter Day Address, University of California, "The status of labor in modern society", 1935 March 23, 6 a.p., 21 t.p., 26 t.p. (lith), 23 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Washington--Notes on rubber industry strikes, Akron, Ohio, April 1935, [1935 April], 8 a.p., 1 ms.p., 8 p. shorthand n., 2 t.p.


Box 48 Washington--Perkins' testimony before House Committee on Labor on Wagner-Connery Bill, to establish BLRB, [1935 April 3], 9, 10 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Washington--Notes on NRA legislation, [1935, circa May], 2, 7 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--From Baltimore and Ohio Magazine, "Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor, praises the older woman in business.", 1935 May, 1 p.p.


Box 48 Wellesley, Mass--Commencement address, [1935 June 17], 7 t.p. (carbon), 2 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Interview with John L. Lewis on postponing Mine Workers' strike, [1935, circa June 30], 3 t.p. (carbon: 2 cops., 3 p. each)


Box 48 Washington--Annual report of Labor Department, 1935, circa June 30, 39 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 [Washington]--Address in favor of Social Security Act, [1935, circa July], 4 t.p. (carbon: 2 cops., 4 p. each)


Box 48 Washington--"The emergence of American labor", 1935 July-December, 4 t.p., 21 t.p. (carbon), 7 p. correspondence


Box 48 n.p.--On industrial hygiene, 2 drafts, [1935, circa Aug], 15 t.p., 20 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Albany--Notes for address to 72nd Annual Convention of the NY State Dept. of Labor, 1935 August 21, 7 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington?]--CBS Labor Day message, 1935 September 2, 13, 1 t.p., 10 t.p. (lith)


Box 48 Washington--Notes on the Wagner Bill, [1935, circa October], 7 a.p.


Box 48 Atlantic City, N.J.--Address, AFL Convention, 1935 October 8, 10 t.p., 1 p.a.n., 1 p.p.


Box 48 [San Francisco?]--Notes, West Coast waterfront strike, [1935, circa November], 8 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Notes for address on farm income, [1935 November 25], 11 a.p.


Box 48 Washington--On the waterfront strike in Portland, Ore., and California, 1935 November 25, 7, 5, 1 a.p., 1 ms.p., t 2.p.


Box 48 Abilene, Texas--Notes, from address at Hardin-Simmons Coll. (?), [1935 December 4], 5 a.p.


Box 48 New York--"Should we plan for social security?" Town Meeting, radio, 1935 December 19, 9 p.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--"Material sent to NY Times," labor legislation, 1935 December 23, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Washington--To editor of Publisher's Weekly, 1935 December 23, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Washington--Notes, National Labor Relations Board, [1936?], 1, 4 a.p., 1 ms.p.


Box 48 [Washington?]--The Labor Department and the period of emergency in the life of American people, notes, [1936?], 10 a.p.


Box 48 Charleston, S.C.--Address to Third Southern Regional Conference on labor standards, 1936 January 20-21, 7 t.p., 7, 4 t.p. (lith.)


Box 48 Albany, N.Y.--Speech on social security, news release, [1936] January 27, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Baltimore--Speech on factory investigators, [1936 February 20], 3 t.p., 4 p.p.


Box 48 Washington--Notes for testimony on Walsh-Healey Bill, [1936 March], 4 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 48 Washington--Notes on Walter Chrysler and the Toldeo strike, [1936, circa March 21], 5 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 [Washington?]--Anniversary of Triangle disaster, radio address, [1936 March 25], 4 t.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Notes on West Coast Longshoremen's strike, [1936 April], 23 a.p.


Box 48 Washington--Notes for campaign speech, [1936, April?], 4 a.p.


Box 48 Washington--Testimony on Wagner Housing Bill in Senate, digest, 1936 April 21, 2 t.p.


Box 48 Philadelphia--Outline, address to American Federation of Hosiery Workers, 1936 April 22, 3, 4 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 48 Chicago--Notes for University of Chicago address, "Employment in private industry, social security act...", [1936 April 26], 25 a.p.


Box 48 [Washington]--Luncheon address, D.C. Federation of Women's Clubs, notes and outline, [1936 May 6], 1 a.p., 2, 2, t.p.


Box 48 Washington--Speech, National Women's Trade Union League of America, 12th convention, 1936 May 6, 6 t.p. (lith) (2 cops., 6, 6)


Box 48 Chestertown, Md.--United Democratic Women's Clubs news release, 1936 May 21, 3 t.p.: speech


Box 48 Washington--"The New Deal and the working woman," press release and copy of address, 1936 May 30, 5 t.p. (carbon), 6 t.p. (lith)


Box 48 [Philadelphia]--Speech, Democratic National Convention, 1936 June 23, 9 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)



Box 49 Washington--Application of Walsh-Healey Act, press release, 1936 July 18, 2 t.p. (lith.)


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes, West Coast Longshoremen's strike, [1936 September], 11 a.p.


Box 49 Scituate, Mass.--Notes for address, Scituate Tercentenary Celebration, 1936 September 4, 8 a.p., 13 t.p.


Box 49 [Boston]--Labor Day radio address, 1936 September 7, 4, 4 t.p. (lith: 2 cops.)


Box 49 New York; : "The labor question," address, Herald Tribune Forum, 1936 September 23, 7 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 1 p. pamphlet


Box 49 Washington--"Progress toward establishing basic child-labor standards through national and international action," article in The Child, October 1936, 1936 October 1, 1 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Washington--On the establishment of a public contracts board in the Labor Department, statement to the press, 1936 October 6, 1 t.p. (lith.)


Box 49 New York--Address at dinner in honor of Miss Perkins, various drafts, 1936 October 7, 12 t.p., 12, 27, 20, 3 t.p., 3 a.p.


Box 49 Maryville, Mo.--"The citizen and his country," notes for address to N.W. Missouri Teachers Association, 1936 October [15], 4 a.p.


Box 49 Pittsburgh, Pa.--Campaign address, radio, 1936 October 26, 8 t.p., 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Chicago--Address to Federal Women's Mass Meeting of Democratic Committee, press release, 1936 October 29, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon), 1 msn.


Box 49 Tampa, Fla.--Address to American Federation of convention, 1936 November 18, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (lith.)


Box 49 Washington--"Elimination of child labor: an essential factor in economic and social progress," article, Brearley Alumnae Bulletin, [1936, circa November 30], 5 a.and t.p. encl.


Box 49 Providence, R.I.--Address to Consumer's League, 1936 December 2, 14 t.p., 1 t.l.s.


Box 49 [Washington]--Radio address on recent gains and future progress of labor, Star Radio Forum, 1936 December 21, 11 t.p., 4 t.p. (lith)


Box 49 Washington--Summary, Conference of international union presidents with the Secretary of Labor, 1936 December 21, 4 t.p. (lith)


Box 49 [Washington]--Statement on the Ohio Steel strike, [1937?], 3, 3 tp. (carbon), 2 cops.


Box 49 [Washington]--Statement on strikes, with particular reference to San Francisco, [1937?], 3, 4 t.p.

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Box 49 [Washington]--Draft of letter to Times in reply to article on McGrady, [circa 1937?], 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington?]--Miss Perkins' answers; to questions by Mr. Wolfe on government, labor, etc., [circa 1937?], 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)

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Box 49 [Washington]--"Problems confronting labor today," address published in Labor Information Bulletin, 1937 January], 4 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes by Miss Perkins on the General Motors strike, 1937 January 1-February 11, 2 folders; 29 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 49 Washington--Notes for a proposal to John L. Lewis, re: General Motors strike, [1937] January 23, 5 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes for address, National Silicosis Conference, [1937 February 3], 4 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]-- Notes on the President's meeting with John L.Lewis, Knudsen and Brown, re: General Motors strike, 1937 February 5, 1 a.p., 1, 2, 2, t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Washington--Notes for a statement on behalf of the President in the General Motors strike, [1937] February 6, 8 a.p.


Box 49 New York--"Women in the United States Government," dinner address, Inter. Federation of Business and Pro. Women, 1937 February 26, 20, 1 t.p., 20 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes on labor legislation, [1937? circa March], 4 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes on Chrysler strike, [1937, circa March], 11 a.p., 1 ms.p., 2 t.p.


Box 49 [New York]--"Labor and modern government," address at Grover Cleveland Democratic Club, outline and bibliography, [1937 March 8], 4 t.p.


Box 49 [Northampton, Mass.]--Material for speeches on ILO, [1937 March 16 (?)], 1, 10, 7, 6, 2 t.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Article on the betterment of conditions in the U.S., sent to London Daily Telegraph, 1937 March 31, 4, 6, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Washington--"The problems of leadership in a democracy," article written for Christian Register, [1937, circa March 31], 7 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.memo


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes on the Longshoremen's strike, [1937 April], 3 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Notes on the steel strikes, [1937, circa April ?], 17, 21 a.p.


Box 49 Washington--Speech to World Textile Conference, ILO, 1937 April 2, 8, 8 t.p. (lith)


Box 49 Chicago--Address, opening of School of Factory Inspectors, news release, 1937 April 5, 1 t.p., 1, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 New York--Jefferson Day dinner speech, 1937 April 10, 3 t.p. (lith)


Box 49 [Washington]--Conference on collective bargaining, opening remarks and summary, 1937 April 20, 4 a.p., 5, 4, 1 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Bridgewater, Va.--"Labor and mosern society," notes for Bridgewater College address, 1937 April 22, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 New York--"The international textile conference from the woman's viewpoint," article sent to The Woman Today, 1937 April 30, 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington]--Conference on collective bargaining, address, press release, and memos, 1937 May 4, 8 a.p., 12, 2 t.p., 12, 3 t.p. (carbon), 1, 4, 7, 7, 5 t.p. (lith.), lp.d.


Box 49 S. Hadley, Mass.--"The role of the college woman in the community," centennial of Mt. Holyoke College, 1937 May 7-8, 15, 2 t.p., 15, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Washington--Notes on Republic Steel strike, [1937 June], 4 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--"The expanding status of the Department of Labor," article in The Democratic Digest, 1937 June, 1 p.p. (incomplete)


Box 49 Washington--Testimony on Fair Labor Standards Bill of 1937, House and Senate Committees, 1937 June 4, 5 a.p., 1, 8 t.p., 12 t.p. (carbon), 8, 8 t.p. (lith.)


Box 49 Washington--On the reorganization of the U.S. Employment Service, statement to Federal Advisor Council, 1937 June 7, 7 t.p.


Box 49 Oxford, Ohio--Notes for Commencement address, on women's higher education, at Western College, 1937 June 8, 17 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Unemployment compensation - Report, Advisory Com. on National and State Labor Department problems, [1937 June 23], 14.t.p., 14 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington]--Stabilization of industry, notes, [1937? July], 3 a.p.


Box 49 [Washington]--Women in the federal government, article sent to The Colorado Labor Advocate, [1937, circa July ?], 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington]--On the steel strike in Ohio, [1937, circa July ], 9, 9, 1 a.p., 2, 9 t.p., 3, 9, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Washington--Report on the migration of workers in the U.S., press release on Senate report, [1937 July 3], 2 t.p., 5 t.p. (lith)


Box 49 Washington--"The United States Government and opportunities for women," address, D.C. Bus. and Prof. Women's Clubs, 1937 July 16, 2 a.p., 20 t.p., 21, 18 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 Atlantic City, N.J.--"Towards security," address, Nat.Federation of Bus. and Prof. Women's Clubs, on the government program against the depression, 1937 July 23, 20 t.p., 20 t.p. (carbon)


Box 49 [Washington]--Objectives and achievements of the Labor Dept., press release of radio address, 1937 July 30, 6 t.p.(lith.)


Box 49 [Washington]--Objectives of the Labor Department, to United Rubber Workers, second Annual Convention, 1937 July 31, 3 t.p. (carbon)



Box 50 Athens, Ohio--Changes in this society and the responsibility of today's citizen, Commencement address, Ohio University, 1937 August 6, 14 t.p., 14 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Notes prepared for Congressman George William Johnson of West Virginia, 1937 August 20, 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Notes prepared for Senator James Pinckney Pope for Labor Day address, 1937 August 25, 2 t.p., 2, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Labor Day radio address, 1937 September 6, 8 t.p., 5 t.p. (lith.)


Box 50 Chicago--"Can depressions and unemployment be prevented or mitigated?"; Continental Assurance Company convention, address, 1937 September 24, 3 a.p., 12, 13 t.p., 13, 15, 16 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]00"The labor post in the states and federal government," article, State Government, October 1937, 1937 September 28, 10, 10 t.p., 4, 5 p.p.


Box 50 Washington--"Labor law and its administration," Interstate Conference of Unemployment Compensation Administrators, 1937 October 20, 10, 10, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Interview, published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, March 1938, 1937 October 26, 2 t.p., 13, 13 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Waterbury, Conn.--"Progress in promoting the welfare of the wage earner," address, Waterbury Women's Club, 1937 November 1, 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Radio address explaining the government's Unemployment report card, for unemployment census, [1937] November 13, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Salt Lake City, Utah--Notes for Town Hall program, on Labor policy of the U.S., 1937 November [19], 4 a.p.


Box 50 Washington--Statement on the Christmas Toy Campaign, for the Washington Star, 1937 [December], 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Harrisburg, Pa.]--Address, Pennsylvania State Factory Inspector meeting and banquet, 1937 December 11, 9 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Opening address, Silicosis Conference, [1937] December 16, 5 t.l.


Box 50 Washington]--Review statement of the government's labor policy, sent to the New York Times, 1937 December 27, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Article, "America's capacity for economic progress," Commonweal, [1938], 1 ms.p., 2 t.p., 2,2 t.p. (carbon)

First draft and acc. note from J.V. FitzGerald, and 2 t. drafts


Box 50 [Washington?]--Draft for article on housing and the Federal Housing Administration amendments, [circa 1938 January], 2 t.p.


Box 50 Washington--"Address of welcome" to Conference on Better Care for Mothers and Babies, press release, 1938 January 17, 1-2, 4-6 t.p., 6 p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--A history of strikes and labor legislation from 1933 to 1937, [circa 1938 February], 12 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Labor's quarter-century of progress, Christian Science Monitor, 1938 March 16, 1938 February, 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Statement on Senate Bill 3078 before the Joint Committee on Commerce and the Committee on Education and Labor, 1938 February 4, 10, 10 t.p., 10 t.p. (carbon)

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Box 50 Hattiesburg, Miss.--"Modern consideration of labor problems," notes for address at Mississippi Southern State Teachers College, 1938 February 7, 4 a. p.


Box 50 New Orlean, La.--Outline, notes, and address, Southern Regional Conference on Labor Standards, 1938 February 14, 7, 2, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [New York]--Notes, address before Association of Private School Teachers, [1938] February 19, 2 t.p.


Box 50 [Washington]--Article on age barriers in industry, New York Times, 1938 February 20, 9 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Letter to Pres., Women's Woodrow Wilson Luncheon Club annual meeting, 1938 February 22, 1 p.p.


Box 50 Washington--"Twenty-fifth birthday of the Department of Labor," radio speech, published by Washington Star, 1938 February 28, 8, 8 p.p. (2 copies)


Box 50 [Washington]--"Feet under the table!" address, 25th anniversary of Labor Department, [1938 March 3], 18, 1 t.p., 18 t.p. (carbon)

2 drafts


Box 50 [Washington]--Form letter, to other alumni of Mt.Holyoke on coming class reunion, [1938? April?], 2 t.l., 2 t.l. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington?]--Address on collective bargaining, [1938, circa May], 11 t.p.


Box 50 New York, N.Y.--Address, Conference on the bituminous coal industry, [1938] May 9, 13 t.p. (lith)


Box 50 [Atlantic City, N.J.]--Address, Amalgamated Clothing Workers' Biennial Convention, The achievements and ambitions of American industry, [1938 May 10], 13 t.p., 13, 15, 1, 2 t.p. (carbon), 11 p.p.

2 drafts, press release, proceedings


Box 50 New York--"The social philosophy of the U.S. Department of Labor," address, Citizens Forum, New York University (NYU), 1938 May 11, 17, 5, 4 t.p., 17, 5, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--"The present objective for business and professional women to work toward," statement, to Zonta Club, Newark, N.J., 1938 May 16, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Chicago]--Radio address, Regional Conference of Democratic Women, 1938 May 17, 8 t.p., 4 t.p. (lith)


Box 50 [Geneva]--Address, ILO Conference, [1938 June], 3 t.p.


Box 50 Geneva--Address, ILO Conference, 1938 June, 13 t.p., 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Paris--Geneva meeting of ILO, press conference, 1938 June 9, 9 t.p., 9, 3, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Geneva--ILO conference, Radio broadcast, 1938 June 17, 10 t.p., 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington?]--Notes, talk on labor relations in Great Britain and the U.S., [1938, icirca September], 15 a.p.


Box 50 [Washington?]--Labor Day address, radio, 1938 September 6, 6 t.p.


Box 50 Washington--"Memorandum of a conversation with the President...", on the division of Wages and Hours, 1938 October 13, 7 t.p.


Box 50 Columbus, Ohio--Address, Order of Railway Conductors and Ladies' Auxiliary; on AFL and CIO dispute, [1938] October 15, 22, 21 t.p., 5 a.p., 21 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Nacogdoches, Texas--Notes, address, Austin State Teachers Coll., 1938 October [25], 6 a.p.


Box 50 Gainesville, Texas--Press release, speech at Gainesville Junior College, 1938 October 27, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Toronto--"A modern consideration of labor problems," address, Women's Canadian Club of Toronto, 1938 November 7, 3 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)

Background material


Box 50 Chicago--"The challenge of labor in 1939," address to Washington Blvd. Temple Lecture Forum, notes, 1938 November 8 (or 9), 1 a.p.


Box 50 Bryn Mawr, Pa--On the growing labor policy of the U.S., address at Bryn Mawr College, news release, 1938 November 10, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]--Conference on labor legislation, radio address, [1938 November 14], 6 t.p.


Box 50 Washington--Opening remarks, Fifth National Conference on Labor Legislation; also Proceedings, containing publication of all speeches. Conference, no.1, [1938 November 14], 4 t.p. (carbon); p. pamphlet


Box 50 Washington--Proceedings of the Conference on labor legislation, Conference, no. 3, [1938] November 16, 64 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 [Washington]; : Proceedings... Conference, no.4, [1938] November 16, 27, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Waterbury, Conn.--Speech, Community Forum, on labor relations, 1938 November 21, 7 t.p., 2, 2, 13 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 50 [Washington]--"If old Scrooge came back today," article, Democratic Digest, [1938 December], 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 50 Washington--Notes and memos to Father Haas, re: conference of December 3, and t. memo of the conference, 1938 December 1, 5 a.p., 10, 2t.p., 2t.p.(carbon)


Box 50 (Washington]--Article for New York Times World's Fair issue, on labor today, 1st draft, 1938 December 8, 1 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 2 t.l.


Box 50 Washington--Statement for the Washington Star Christmas cheer campaign, 1938 December 25, 1 t.p. (carbon)



Box 51 [Washington?]--On the division in the labor movement, [1939?], 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 [Washington]--Thoughts while preparing to "write the story of Bridges case", [circa 1939], 6 a.p.


Box 51 [Washington ?]--"The career point of view," reply to a questionnaire on women in industry, [circa 1939], 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Washington--Notes on administrative planning, [1939?], 11, 1 a.p.


Box 51 Washington--Draft of thoughts on her early ambitions in life, "I thought I ought to give my life to the poor...", [1939], 6 a.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--Statements concerning the Bridges case, [1939 January], 3 a.p., 3, 3, 3 t.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--Memorandum on Sen.Thomas' statement to the press on his charge of conspiracy against the Secretary, [1939 January], 2, 3 t.p.,3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 [Washington]--"Opportunity for youth,", article, Woman's Day, 1939 January, 2 p.p.


Box 51 New York--Radio talk, CBS network, on the outlook for 1939 in the field of labor, 1939 January 1, 1, 1 ms.p., 11, 4, 3 t.p.

1st draft and revisions


Box 51 Chapel Hill, N.C.--"Labor and government," address, Carolina Political Union of the University of N.C., 1939 January 11, 6, 6 t.p.


Box 51 Washington--Statement on the Thomas resolution on the Bridges case, 1939 January 24, 2 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Washington--Notes on talk with the President and William Greene, on AFL - CIO controversy, 1939 January 27, 2 a.p.


Box 51 Washington--"The church and social work," address, First Annual Church and Social Work Institute, of the Washington Federation of Churches, 1939 January 31, 15, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Washington--Statement before the House Judiciary Committee, in reply to House Resolution 67 by Mr. Thomas (impeachment proceedings against Secretary Perkins), 1939 February 8


Box 51 First Draft, 1939 February 8, 16 t.p.


Box 51 Second Draft, 1939 February 8, 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Third Draft, 1939 February 8, 9 t.p. (mimeo), 10 t.p. inserts


Box 51 Fourth Draft, 1939 February 8, 9, 9 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 51 House Resolution by Mr. Thomas and other material relevant to the impeachment proceedings against Frances Perkins, 1939 February 8, 1 t.p., 44 t.p. (mimeo), 6 p.d.


Box 51 Des Moines--"Price and production policies of industry from the labor standpoint," address, Third Annual Farm Inst., 1939 February 17, 7 a.p., 17, 17 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Des Moines--Radio speech to National Farm Institute on standards of industrial production, 1939 February 17, 9, 9, 11 t.p. (carbon), 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 51 Washington--Notes on discussion, re: AFL and CIO split, John L. Lewis, etc., [1939, March?], 10 a.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--Press release on CIO and AFL meeting to begin negotiations, 1939 March 7, 2 t.p.(carbon)


Box 51 [Washington]--Statement for newsreel on CIO - AFL meeting to begin negotiations, 1939 March 8, 4 t.p.


Box 51 Washington--Address to the Monday Evening Club, 1939 March 15, 46, t.p., 46 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 [Washington]--"The job for women," article for Christian Science Monitor, [1939 March 20], 7 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.l.


Box 51 Washington--Notes on discussion of AFL - CIO split, return of voting members to AFL, 1939 March 21, 1 a.p.


Box 51 Washington--Notes for address, National Conference for Affiliated Clubs, 1939 March 23, 6 t.p.


Box 51 [Philadelphia]--"The International Labor Office as an agency of democracy," address, Democratic Women's Luncheon Club, 1939 March 24 [i.e., 27], 19 t.p., 2 p.d.


Box 51 Washington--Address to Fifth Annual Conference of Veteran's Placement Representatives, 1939 March 29, 8 t.p.


Box 51 Washington--Notes on dangers of communism to America, [1939, circa April], 2 a.p., 1, 6 t.p.


Box 51 Washington--Notes on discussion of AFL - CIO split, 1939 April 6, 3 a.p.


Box 51 Baltimore--"Capital and labor from the viewpoint of the federal government," address, Annual Convention of Maryland Federation of Women's Clubs luncheon, 1939 April 12, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 New York--Notes for address to Mt. Holyoke Club of N.Y., 1939 May 6, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Boston--Speech, Citizens' Day Celebration, 1939 May 9, 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Columbus, Ohio--Notes for address, Regional Institute of Government for the Great Lake States, Democratic National Committee, 1939 May 11, 10 t.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--Reply to questionnaire on the "One hundred years of women's progress", [1939, circa May 22], 9 t.p. (carbon), 5 t.p.. encl.


Box 51 Washington--Address, Testimonial Dinner to Rev. John A. Ryan, notes and copy of two drafts, 1939 May 25, 5 a.p., 4, 4, 2, 2 t.p., 2 p.d.


Box 51 [New York?]--Notes and background information on coal strike, United Mine Workers, etc., [1939, circa June], 6, 10 a.p., 1 t.p. (mimeo), 1 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 51 [Washington?]--"New deal for millions," article, Social Work Today, [1939 June], 1 p.p.


Box 51 Washington--Speech, New Citizens Day celebration, 1939 June 2, 4, 4, t.p. (mimeo)


Box 51 Washington--Weekly meeting of employees of Department of Labor, introd. and closing remarks by Miss Perkins, 1939 June 14, 21 t.p.: (carbon)


Box 51 Denver--Speech at AAUW convention, radio, 1939 June 21, 8 t.p.


Box 51 Denver--Subject matter: AAUP Convention, outline of Miss Perkins' address, 1939 June 21, 4 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon) with 5 t. cards, 5 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 51 Denver--Address to National Convention, AAUW, 1939 June 21, 30, 30 t.p. (carbon ), and 56 t.p. (carbon; p.397-452 of stenotype copy)


Box 51 Denver--"Women in public administration,"article, Journal of the American Association of University Women, [1939 June], 11 t.p. (carbon), 6 p.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--"Women in industry," radio program, 1939 July 21, 3 t.p.


Box 51 [Washington]--"The relation of the Immigration and Naturalization Service to the Department of Labor", 1939 July 24, 10, 2 t.p., 10 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Washington--Speech, Diamond Jubilee celebration, Cigar Makers International Union, 1939 July 29, 5 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 [Washington]--First draft of letter to Martin Dies, on deportation of Harry Bridges, [circa 1939 August], 11 a.p.


Box 51 Washington--Labor Day Address, to Trade Union Courier, 1939 August 9, 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 51 Washington--Notes on emergency plans in case of war, 1939 September, 4 a.p.


Box 51 Boston--Labor Day Address, CBS, 1939 September 4, 12 t.p., 11 t.p. (carbon), 4 t.p. (mimeo):


Box 51 New York--Dinner of National Public Housing Conference at the World's Fair, speech, 1939 September 19, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 51 [Washington]--On history of the Labor Department, "material sent to Senator Sheppard", 1939 September 2, 3, 3 t.p. (carbon)



Box 52 Washington--Notes on labor and the war effort, [1939, circa October], 4, 5 a. p., 1 p.d.


Box 52 Washington--Address, Department of Labor employees, relation of the individual to the Department as a whole, 1939 October 4, 24 t.p., 24, 4, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 New York--Controllers Institute of America, address, 1939 October 9, 34 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Press conference on the Annual Report for 1938-39, CBS, 1939 October 10, 8, 8 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 52 Washington--Data for 1939 fiscal year "sent to Mr. Granichs", 1939 October 14, 3 t.p. (carbon)

On strikes, minimum wages, prices, etc.


Box 52 Montclair, N.J.--"Labor's problems in modern America," notes, address at Unity Church, 1939 October 15, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 Atlantic City, N.J.--National Safety Council, speech, 1939 October 16, 24, 3 t.p., 5 t.p. (mimeo), 1 p.d.


Box 52 Washington--"Standards for public service," address, Institute of Women's Professional Relations, 1939 November 10, 6, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Incomplete paper of labor and government (p. 3-10) (from National Conference on Labor Legislation?), [1939? November 14], 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 Washington--"Twenty-seventh annual report of the Secretary of Labor", 1939 December, 7 t.p., 22, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 Washington--Radio interview on highlights of the Secretary's Annual Report, 1939 December 3, 5 t.p., 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 52 Washington--"Memo on conversation with Pres. & F[rank] Murphy", 1939 December 5, 9 a.p.


Box 52 [New York]--"The living spirit of Florence Kelley, " address, Consumers League, 40th Anniversary Dinner, 1939 December 8, 19 a.p., 12, 3, 2 t.p., 3, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Notes on strikes under NRA, [circa 1940?], 11 a.p.


Box 52 Washington--Notes for address, "St. Agnes - Breakfast", 1940 January, 5, 7 a.p.


Box 52 Washington--"White House conference on children in a democracy," radio broadcast, 1940 January 13, 7 t.p.


Box 52 Washington--Notes for remarks before the Appropriations Committee on the Department of Labor, 1940 February 5, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 Waco, Texas--"Economic and social security in the 20th century," address to Teachers of Central Texas, press release, [1940] February 9, 2 t.p.


Box 52 Corpus Christi, Texas--Lecture to Teachers Assoc, on the government program since 1933, press release, [1940] February 12, 2 t.p.


Box 52 Los Angeles--Talk on the New Deal, before Women's Democratic Clubs, press release, 1940 February 15, 5 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 San Francisco--"The U.S. Department of Labor and how it works," address to California League of Women Voters, 1940 February 17, 40, 8 t.p., 40 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 San Francisco--"Deportation of aliens," address, Commonwealth Club of California, 1940 February 19, 38 t.p., 38 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Address at staff luncheon by Miss Perkins on her Western trip; a.n.s. by Mary La Dame, 1940 February 28, 31 t.p., 31 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Radio speech on the work of the Labor, Department during the past year, 1940 March 30, 11, 8 t.p., 11,7 t.p. (carbon), 5 t.p. (mimeo)

2 drafts and press release, covering letter by Dorothy Donnell


Box 52 Joplin, Mo.--Conference of Health and Working Conditions in the Tri-State District, Miss Perkins presiding, 1940 April 23, 43 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 52 Washington--Notes for address to Washington Council of Church Women, [1940] May 2, 2 t.p.


Box 52 [Washington]; :'"Labor policies of the New Deal, " address, the National Institute of Government, 1940 May 4, 9 t.p.


Box 52 Washington--"Migration of workers," testimony before Senate Civil Liberties Committee, 1940 May 6, 23, 18 t.p., 1 t.l.s.


Box 52 [New York]--Address, Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Biennial Convention, 1940 [May 15], 10 t.p., 7 p.p.


Box 52 New York--"Can America survive as a democracy?" Women's National Radio Committee Dinner, 1940 May 16, 2, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon):


Box 52 [Washington ?]--"Labor relations and the present emergency", 1940 May 25, 2 t.p.


Box 52 Kenosha, Wis.--Notes for address on labor peace in the national defense program, with news release, 1940 May 28


Box 52 Grand Rapids, Mich.--Suggested address for Miss Perkins, Episcopal Social Work Conference, 1940 May 29, 12, 2 t.p., 12 t.p. (carbon):


Box 52 Washington--Suggestions on national behavior in international affairs, notes for memo to the President, [1940? circa June], 8 a.p.


Box 52 [Washington]--Statement on John L. Lewis, [1940, circa June], 2 t.p.


Box 52 [Washington]--Notes on the proposed revision of immigration pratices and rules, [1940, circa June], 7 a.p.


Box 52 New York--International Ladies Garment Workers Union, scheduled address, with p. copy from their Daily Bulletin, 1940 June 3, 10 t.p., 9 p.p.


Box 52 [Washington]--Notes and news release on the transfer of the Immigration and Naturalization Service from the Labor Department to the Justice Department, 1940 June 3, 2 a.p., 4 t.p.


Box 52 Washington--Notes for Miss Perkins' talk at meeting of Federal Advisory Council of U.S. Employment Service, 1940 June 21, 3 a.p., 3 t.p., 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 52 [Washington?]--"Record transcription" of interview on the employment situation and outlook, 1940 June 28, 4 t.p.


Box 52 [Washington]--On the transfer of the Immigration and Naturalization Service to the Justice Department, notes for Annual Report, 1940 [June 30], 10 t.p.


Box 52 [Washington?]--Notes for address to the Teamsters Union, on efforts for unity in the labor movement during the national emergency, 1940 [July-December?], 16 a.p.


Box 52 Washington--"Memorandum of accomplishments of the Immigration and Naturalization Service during the Fiscal years July 1933 to July 1940, inclusive", [1940, circa July?], 41 t.p.


Box 52 n.p.--To members of El Progresso Study Club, citizens' political obligations, [1940 July?], 1 t.p.


Box 52 n.p.--Notes for campaign speech for President Roosevelt, [1940, circa September], 15 a.p.


Box 52 Wellesley, Mass.--Summer Inst. for Social Progress, Wellesley, Notes and news release on Miss Perkins' speech, 1940 July 9, 3, 2 t.p.


Box 52 [Chicago]--"Public and family welfare, " achievements of the present Administration, 1940 July 14, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 52 [Washington]--Labor Day message, to Mrs. C.L. Owens of Sedalia, Mo., 1940 July 23, 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)



Box 53 [Washington]--"Safeguarding our manpower for greater production," proposed radio talk, 1940, circa August, 6 t.p., 2 t.memos


Box 53 [Washington]--Radio address, 20th anniversary of the passing of the Equal Suffrage Amendment, 1940 August 24, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon), 3, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 53 Washington--Conference on National Defense, the Secretary of Labor's Advisory Committee, notes, [1940 August 29], 8 a.p.


Box 53 n.p.--Notes for campaign speech for President Roosevelt, [1940, circa September], 15 a.p.


Box 53 [Washington]--Labor Day broadcast, [1940 September 2], 6, 6 t.p.


Box 53 Pressman's Home, Tenn.--Address, International Pressmens' and Assistants' Union of North America, 1940 September 10, 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 New York--Address, Annual Dinner, International Association of Government Labor Officials, 1940 September 11, 13, 5, 3 t.p.


Box 53 [Washington]--"Labor's stake in the present campaign," a syndicated feature article, 1940 September 23, 5 t.p.


Box 53 Cleveland--Address, Achievements of the Labor Department in Roosevelt's Administration, notes, [1940? October?], 2, 2 a.p.


Box 53 Washington--"Recent progress in state labor legislation", 1940 October 1, 3, 24 t.p. (carbon)

Foreword by Miss Perkins in Labor Dept. Bulletin


Box 53 Cleveland--Address to be delivered before the Annual Convention of the International Brotherhood of Bookbinders,, 1940 October 8, 4 a.p., 10 t.p., 12 t.p. (carbon)

Notes and draft, with a.n. "not used"


Box 53 Norfolk, Neb.--Annual convention of Nebraska Council of Social Workers, news release on Miss Perkins' speech, 1940 October 9, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 [Washington]--American Forum of the Air: Women and the Election, 1940 October 27, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 [Pittsburgh ?]--Address, Labor achievements of the New Deal, [1940, October 28?], 10 t.p.


Box 53 New York--Address to Barnard College Assembly on the election campaign, news release, 1940 October 29, 3 t.p.


Box 53 Washington--Status of the Walsh-Healey Act, statement by Mr. Walling, introductory and summary statements by Miss Perkins, 1940 November 12, 9 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Washington--Christmas message to the Evening Star, 1940 November 26, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 New Orleans--Address, AFL convention, 1940 November 26, 10 t.p., 6 t.p. (mimeo), 5 p.p.


Box 53 Washington--Statement on interstate migration, before the Tolan Committee, 1940 December 3, 5 t.p., 15 t.p. (mimeo), 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Princeton, N.J.--Statement by Miss Perkins, and Forum discussion, on the National Labor Relations Act, 1940 December 4, 7, 7, 4 t.p.


Box 53 [Washington]--Notes for address at St.Albans School, 1940 December 8, 9 a.p.


Box 53 Brooklyn, N.Y.--Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims Celebration of the Landing of the Pilgrims 320 years ago, address, "A covenant for today", 1940 December 22, 2 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.p., 1 t.l.s.


Box 53 [Washington]--"The strikes in the defense program are regretable...", [1941?], 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Washington--Description.and history of U.S. Labor Department, [1941 circa January], 32 t.p., 18 t.p. (carbon)

1st and 2nd drafts


Box 53 Washington--"Our expanding labor market," article, Occupations, 1941 January, 2 p.p.


Box 53 Washington--Statement to Sen.Mead, on employment of older workers in defense industries, note by Mr. Zimmer, 1941 February 3, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 53 New York--Notes on address, Lucius N. Littauer Lecture Series, Hunter College, [1941] February 14, 7 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 [New York ?]--"Calling all citizens," CBS broadcast, 1941 February 15, 3 t.p., 11, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Atlantic City, N.J.--"Women's opportunity in industry," address before NAPSG and NADW banquet, 1941 February 21, 21, 1 t.p., 22, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 [Washington]--Statement on the need for labor legislation to settle the AFL - CIO dispute, [1941, circa March 19], 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 San Francisco--Jackson Day dinner, address, 1941 March 29, 8 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon), 1 a.n.


Box 53 [Washington]--Allis-Chalmers case, memorandum of data concerning, [1941 April 2], 2 a.p., 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Washington--Statement before House Military Affairs Committee, on the conciliation duties of the Department of Labor, 1941 April 7, 1 a.n., 6 t.p., 5 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 53 Washington--Notes for testimony before House Committee on Appropriations, 1941 April 15, 21, 21 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 St.Paul, Minn.--Radio interview, 1941 May 6, 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Washington--Address before national Nutrition Conference, 1941 May 27, 8 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 53 Atlantic City, N.J.--Address, National Conference of Social Work, 1941 June 7, 2, 9, 11 t.p.


New York--"Eight years as Madame Secretary," article, Fortune Magazine, 1941 July


Box 53 I., 1941 July, 43, 5, 6 tp. (some carbon), 46, 46 t.p. (lith.)


Box 53 II., 1941 July, 40, 12 t.p. (lith.)


Box 53 III., 1941 July, 19, 19 t.p. (carbon), 6 p.p.


Box 53 Denver--Address, Convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen and Enginemen, 1941 July 21, 38, 11 t.p., 38 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Washington--Address, National Committee for the Conservation of Manpower in Defence Industries conference, 1941 July 30, 3 t.p. (lith.)


Box 53 [Washington]--"In the matter of the removal of Helen Miller", 1941 August 1, 20 t.p., 20 t.p. (lith.)


Box 53 [Boston]--Labor Day address, CBS, 1941 September 1, 8 t.p.


Box 53 Winnipeg--Radio talk, CBC, on welfare of wage earners, 1941 September 8, 7 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 Winnipeg--Address, 28th annual convention, International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, "The challenge of the defense program to workmen's compensation administrators", 1941 September 8, 13, 22 t.p., 10, 22, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 53 [Washington]--Article on women in defense industries, Women's Magazine, 1941 September 10, 4 t.p. (carbon)



Box 54 Portland, Ore.--Working conditions under FDR and in defense industries, [1941 October], 3 t.p.

Press report on Miss Perkins' address


Box 54 Tacoma, Wash.--Statement on the Conciliation Service, [1941 October 7], 2 t.p.


Box 54 Seattle, Wash.--"The institution of tradeunionism," AFL Convention, address, 1941 October 7, 21, 19 t.p., 19 t.p. (carbon), 12, 9 t.p. (lith.), 2, 3 t. and ms.p. (background information)


Box 54 New York--Presidential address, ILO Conference, held at Columbia University in New York, 1941 October [27], 18 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Washington--Draft of possible message to Congress on legislation concerning the labor union in defense, 1941 November 24, 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Boston--Speech, Charles Street Meeting House, on post-war economy, 1941 November 30, 5 t.p.


Box 54 Washington--Suggestions to President Roosevelt for letter to AFL-CIO, [1941? circa December], 4 a.p.


Box 54 Washington--Speech on the war workers, outline, [1941? December], 10 a.p.


Box 54 [Washington]--On defense industries, "For Se.Murdock", 1941 December 5, 4, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Statement on labor's responsibility to the defense work, for New York Times, [1941 December 7], 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 New York--Address, American Assoc.for Labor Legislation, outline, 1941 December 30, 2 t.p.


Box 54 Washington--Problems of production in war-time, notes, [1942?], 2 a.p.


Box 54 [Washington]--Notes on the state of religion in our society, [1942?], 7 a.p.


Box 54 [Washington]--Radio address, the American wage earner and his task to win the war, 1942 January 3, 7 t.p.


Box 54 [Washington?]--Conference on relaxations of State Labor Laws, 1942 January 5, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Porposed statement on war policy with reference to state labor standards, 1942 January 9, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Washington--Address on the mobilization of workers for the war program, to United Federation of Women's Clubs, 1942 January 24, 17, 4 t.p., 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 [Washington]--Article on the transfer of workers from civilian to war work, for Tolan Committee, [1942 February], 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Women's National Democratic Club, George Washington committee dinner, 1942 February 23, 3 t.p.


Box 54 [Wahington?]--Address, the best use of manpower for the war effort, [1942, circa March], 8 t.p.


Box 54 [Washington]--"Public policy in preparation now to meet post-war problems," article, The American Labor Legislation Review, 1942 March, 23 t.p., 8 t.p. (carbon), 5 p.p.


Box 54 [Washington?]--War labor conference, "possible points to be raised," notes, outline, [1942, March ?], 3 a.p., 1 t.p., 1, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Notes for statement to Sub-Committee of House Committees on Appropriations for the Department of Labor, 1942 March 9?, 10, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--General picture of the strike situation, memo., "Prep. for Sen. Thomas", 1942 March 13, 7, 7, 11, 10 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Address, Children's Bureau Commission on Children in Wartime opening session, 1942 March 16, 3, 3 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 Washington--Statement on war production program, to Senate Appropriations Committee, 1942 March 19, 15 t.p., 14 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Washington--Address, Institute of Women's Professional Relations, women workers in war production, 1942 March 20, 4, 17 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon):


Box 54 Washington--Statement on HR 6790, before House Committee on Naval Affairs, 1942 March 24, 6 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 Boston--Boston Women's Trade Union League, on women in the war production program, 1942 April 18, 11, 8 t.p., 4, 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 Richmond, Va.--Post war problems, speech at Convention of Catholic Committee of the South, 1942 April 27, 7 t.p., 4, 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 Washington--Address, Federal and State Conference on war restrictions, 1942 May 6, 14, 8 t.p., 13, 4 t.p. (mimeo), 4 p.p.


Box 54 [Richmond, Va.]--Address on the Christian order of society, Convention of the Catholic Committee of the South, [1942 May 27], 14 a.p., 2 p.pamphlets, 2 p.11.


Box 54 [Washington]--Employment and cost-of-living statistics "sent to Len Decaux and Phil Pearl 6-1-42", 1942 June 1, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Article, American war effort, 1942 June 5, 5, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 New York--Speech, freedom an essential condition of social progress, to the Pattern Makers' League, 1942 June 15, 6 t.p.


Box 54 Northfield, Mass.--Speech, On working conditions for war productions, 1942 June 20, 3 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Labor's contribution to the war effort, radio address, 1942 June 26, 9 t.p., 4, 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 Washington--Notes on aircraft stabilization conference in Los Angeles, [1942 July], 10 a.p.


Box 54 [Washington?]--American war production, 1942 July 1, 1 t.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--"Labor standards and war production," article, Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1942 August 5, 5 a.p., 7, 7, t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 [Washington]--Suggested message for the paper, For the French of America, 1942 August 11, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Washington--CBS Labor Day address, 1942 September 7, 7 t.p., 5, 4 t.p. (mimeo), 4, 1 p.p.


Box 54 Cleveland, Ohio--Address, United Association of Journeymen, Plumbers and Steam Fitters convention, on payment of overtime, 1942 September 15, 1 a.p., 4 t.p., 4, 4, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d.


Box 54 [Washington]--Statementbefore House Appropriations Committee on working conditions budget, [1942 October], 1, 6 t.p.


Box 54 Toronto--Address, American Federation of Labor Convention, Labor's response to the nation's needs, 1942 October 6, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon), 8, 8 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 [Washington]--National Radio Forum, talk on the wage and hour act, 1942 October 21, 16 t.p., 8 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 54 [Washington]--Federal Advisory Council for Employment Security, meeting, "Ten years of practical experience", 1942 October 29, 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 Washington--Notes on labor and the electric industry, 1942 November, 5 a.p.


Box 54 n.p.--"Labor standards in wartime", [1942, circa November], 7 t.p.


Box 54 [Indianapolis ]--Notes for Indianapolis Courier speech, "Old economic story", [1942 November 17-18], 5, 5 a.p.


Box 54 [Washington]--Women in war work, "sent to Miss Lewis...", 1942 November 23, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 54 New York--New York Women's Trade Union League, luncheon meeting, "Special problems of women workers in war time", 1942 December 12, 4, 14, 7 t.p.



Box 55 Washington--Notes on the labor movement under the Roosevelt Administration, [circa 1943?], 6 a.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--Notes on "After War", [circa 1943?], 6 a.p.


Box 55 Washington--Notes on the Little Steel Strike (settled May, 1943), [1943?], 4 a.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--Notes on "Post-war opportunities", [circa 1943?], 6, 1 a.p.


Box 55 Washington--Post-war Planning Committee draft for the reorganization and development of the U.S. Department of Labor, [1943?], 11 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Papers concerning the Shipbuilding Stabilization Agreement, [1943 January], 10, 8, 4, 2, 5 a.p., 8 t.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--"Ultimate and complete victory will be our reward for toil and sacrifice," Durham's Labor Review Annual, 1943 January, 1 p.p.


Box 55 Boston--Address on Social Security program, 1943 January 17, 15 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 New York--Radio address on the Beveridge Report, 1943 January 19, 2 t.p. (carbon), 4 t.p. (mimeo), and 3 t.p. correspondence


Box 55 New York--Address, New School for Social Research, "Wider social security plan", 1943 February 14, 21, 21 t.p., 29 t.p. (carbon), 5 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 Buffalo, N.Y.--Suggested message for Buffalo rally for the war effort, 1943 February 21, 1 t.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--"Three decades: a history of the Department of Labor," article, American Federationist, [1943 March], 1 a.p., 3, 7 t.p., 4 p.p.


Box 55 Washington--Statement on the mine workers and the coal situation (settled in 1944), [1943 March-June], 10 a.p., 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Statement before Senate Appropriations Committee on accident prevention, 1943 March 3, 5 t.p.


Box 55 Washington--Talk on accident prevention, National Radio Forum, 1943 March 3, 4 t.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--Address on the expansion of social security, American Church Union, 1943 March 7, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--A salute from American working women, to Soviet Women's Day, 1943 March 8, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Statement on absenteeism in war plants, before the House Naval Affairs Committee, 1943 March 10, 4 t.p., 9 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--Address, Conference on Employment of women in war industries, 1943 March 11-12, 15 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Notes on statement before House Labor Committee, on absenteeism in war time, 1943 March 12, 1 t.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--Statement on social security program, 1943 March 18, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 New York--Address, New York Times Conference of women, the kind of world we want, 1943 April 7, 7 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--Message sent to Coal Conference in New York City, 1943 April 13, 4, 3, 4, 2, 4 t.p., 3, 4 t.p. (carbon), 3 a.p.


Box 55 Montreal--CBC broadcast on women in industry, 1943 April 15, 1 t.p., 17 t.p. (lith.)


Box 55 Montreal--ILO Conference, "U.S. in the ILO", 1943 April 15, 10 t.p., 7, 1 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 Montreal--ILO Conference, "Women in industry", 1943 April 15, 8, 4 t.p., 7, 1 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 Montreal--On expansion of the Social Security program, 1943 April 15, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--Statement to the National War Labor Board, certifying the labor dispute in the coal industry, 1943 April 20, 3, 2, 1 ,3, 3, 2 t.p., 4, 2, 3, 3, 3, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--Statement on American working conditions "sent to Robert Berger - OWI Radio Section", 1943 April 29, 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 New York--"Social security and its effect on children, " Annual Meeting, Children's Welfare Federation, 1943 April 29, 17 t.p., 12 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 Washington--Notes on the United Mine Workers and the War Labor Board, 1943 May 5, 3, 5 a.p.


Box 55 Jamaica, L.I., N.Y.--Address, Jamaica Council, Knights of Columbus, on the four freedoms, 1943 May 7, 7, 7 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--Material for recorded broadcast on women in industry in wartime, 1943 May 7, 2, 3 t.p., 2 t.l.s.


Box 55 New York--Address, convention of Textile Workers' Union of America, on the postwar period, 1943 May 11, 19 t.p., 19 t.p. (mimeo.)


Box 55 Washington--Statement on Smith-Connally Bill before House Military Affairs Committee, 1943 June 1, 9 t.p. (carbon), 8 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington?]--Article on the working man's condition in America (social security in particular), Connecticut Federationist, 1943 June 10, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Winnipeg--Cooperation of the American trade union movement with the war effort, statement to Winnipeg and District Trades and Labor Council, 1943 June 25, 5, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--On the 25th anniversary of the Women's Bureau, the "National Radio Forum", with Bourse Rogers, Mary Anderson and Hattie Caraway, 1943 July 7, 11 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 [Washington]--"Broadcasts of Miss Perkins for OWI foreign service" on Congressional plan for maternity care for wives of enlisted men, 1943 July 10


Box 55 Cleveland--Statement on the trade union movement's cooperation with the government in the war effort "Sent to Cleveland Industrial Union Council", 1943 July 21, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--On women in government service, radio talk for OWI, 1943 July 21, 4, 3 t.p., 4, 3. t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Memo to A.F. Hinrichs and material for speech on "Needs of American workers after the war", 1943 August, 3, 14 t.p., 3, 14 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.memo s. (with carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--"Sent to OWI" on labor legislation since 1900, 1943 August 3, 4, 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--Labor Day statement sent to OWI, 1943 August 7, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington?]--Statement on the need for improving working conditions and the furtherance of such a program for small enterprises, 1943 August 24, 1 t.p., 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington?]--"L'héritage commun des ouvriers de France et d'Amérique," article, Pour la Victoire, with letter from Geneviève Tabouis, 1943 September 4, 3 p.p., 1 card, 1 t.l.s.


Box 55 New Bedford, Mass.--Labor's role in post-war world unity, article for New Bedford Standard-Times, 1943 September 5, 4, 1 t.p., 3, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--Labor Day message, taken from a magazine, 1943 [September 6], 1 p.p.


Box 55 [Boston]--Labor Day address, CBS broadcast, 1943 September 6, 6, 1 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 6, 6 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 55 Boston--Address, 63rd annual convention, AFL, contributions of the workers to the war effort, 1943 October 5, 23, 12, 4, 2 t.p., 23, 1 t.p. (carbon), 12 t.p. (mimeo), 1 p.d., 2 a.p. notes


Box 55 Washington--American worker's cooperation in the war effort, statement, Army and Navy Journal, 1943 October 11, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--The importance of women workers in our economic life, statement sent to OWI, 1943 November 20, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Boston--Address, Charles Street Forum, "American workers and their future", 1943 November 28, 7, 3, 3 a.p., 7, 7 t.p. (carbon), 3 t.p., t.l. 1 p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--"The number one production problem today is manpower, " Remarks before National Committee for the Conservation of Manpower, 1943 November 29, 3, 2, 3 t.p.


Box 55 [Washington]--"Labor's great war record," article, American Federationist, 1943 December, 3 p.p.


Box 55 Washington--Notes, outline and draft of address for Conference on Council policy, [1943? December], 5 a.p., 3 t.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 [Washington]--American women in war work, article, The Australian Women's Weekly, [1943 December], 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 55 Washington--Message to Conference on Labor Legislation, 1943 December 4, 1 t.p., 2, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.l. 1 p.


Box 55 Kansas City, Mo.--Address, Tenth National Conference on Labor Legislation, 1943 December 8-9, 2, 4, 4, 12 t.p., 10, 2 t.p. (carbon), 6, 1, 7 t.p. (mimeo), 2 a.p., 2 p.pamphlets


Box 55 Washington--Report to the President on ten years' achievements in labor and social improvements, 1943 December 31, 55 t.p.



Box 56 Washington--A resumé of works achieved during the Roosevelt administration, [1944?], 7 a.p.


Box 56 n.p.--Notes on politics and education., [1944?], 2 a.p.


Box 56 Washington--Article, "Clothing and coal retail prices show an upward trend...", Victory Bulletin, 1944 January 29, 1 p.p.


Box 56 Washington--Comments on the Equal Rights Amendment to House Judiciary Committee, 1944 February 18, 7 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 21 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 56 [Washington]--Notes from Conference on building trades, held in Miss Perkins' office, 1944 March 7, 5, 2 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 Washington--Address, on women in American industry, Howard University, 1944 March 25, 10 t.p.


Box 56 [Washington]--"Labor's problems after the war", [1944 April], 2 a.p., 16, 1, 1 t.p., 16, 16, 16, 16 t.p. (carbon)

Article probably not printed; 3 drafts


Box 56 [Philadelphia]--Selections from statements by Miss Perkins before the ILO Conference, printed here in the American Federationist, 1944 [April 20], 5 t.p. (carbon), 3 p.p.


Box 56 Philadelphia--Address, ILO conference, 1944 April 24, 19 t.p., 12, 26 t.p. (carbon), 8 t.p. (mimeo), 4 t.p.

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Box 56 [Philadelphia]--Address for ILO convention, [1944 May], 7 t.p.


Box 56 [Philadelphia]--"Article II" of the agenda for ILO conference, [1944 May 9], 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 S.Hadley, Mass.--Remarks at Trustees' Meeting, Mt. Holyoke College, 1944 May 13, 5, 6 t.p., 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 [Washington]--Notes on discussions of the War Labor Board with the Coal Industry and John L.Lewis, 1944 May 19, 17 a.p.


Box 56 Boston--Address, on the post-war program, to 25th convention, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1944 June 1, 8, 12 t.p., 5, 8, 8, 8 t.p. (carbon), 7 p.p., 2 a.p.


Box 56 [Washington]--CIO policy proposals to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1944 June 8, 9 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 56 Buffalo--Address, meeting of Labor Officials, on the cooperation of labor and employers in the Niagara area, 1944 June 19, 8 t.p.


Box 56 [Chicago]--Radio address, Democratic National Convention, 1944 July 20, 6, 7, 6, 3, 2 a.p., 7, 8 t.p., 8 t.p. (carbon)

Notes, first and final drafts


Box 56 [Chicago]--Drafts for address at Democratic National Convention, [1944, circa July 20], 6, 3, a.p., 14 t.p.


Box 56 Kansas City, Mo.--Address, Brotherhood of Bookbinders' annual Convention, on the program of the Roosevelt Administration, 1944 July 24, 7 t.p.


Box 56 Boston--Labor Day radio address, 1944 September 4, 7, 1, 7 t.p., 4, 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 56 Washington--Radio talk, Past achievements of government and post-war plans, 1944 September 14, 4 t.p.

Draft


Box 56 Washington--p. copy of letter to Editor of New York Times, on Labor unrest and dissatisfaction, 1944 September 26, 2, 2 p.p.


Box 56 Washington--Equal Rights Amendment, 1944 September, 3, 3, 1 t.p. (mimeo)

Minutes of meeting on, and strategy of opposition to, with poll of Senators


Box 56 Washington--Article, "Labor and reemployment," The Pulpit Digest, and for the book When you come home again, [1944 October], 8 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 [Washington]--Statement for Voice of America, on the declaration of Austria, 1944 October 2, 1 t.p.


Box 56 [Washington]--Article prepared for Edward Lahey, for President Roosevelt's campaign, 1944 October 12, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 [Washington]--Address, "Women workers - today and tomorrow," to National Council of Negro Women's Post-War Institute and Workshop, 1944 October 13, 10 t.p., 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 Boston--Address, on post-war labor and social standards, at Community Church of Boston, 1944 October 22, 7, 2, t.p.


Box 56 Utica, N.Y.--Address, Oneida Co. Democratic Women's Club, for President Roosevelt's campaign, 1944 October 28, 7 a.p., 3 t.p.


Box 56 [Boston]--"The interests of labor and the nation in full employment," re: postwar problems, [1944, circa November?], 20 t.p., 20 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 [New York]--Address, 50th Anniversary of Town Hall, "Philanthropy and social welfare", 1944 November 16, 15, 5 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 New Orleans--Address, AFL Annual Convention, "United States Department of Labor", 1944 November 20, 7, 17 t.p., 17 t.p. (carbon), 17, 17 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 56 [Washington]--"New Deal's plan for jobs," Barron's, 1944 November 27, 2 p.p.


Box 56 Baltimore--"Citizenship in a new world," Address, YWCA, 1944 December 6, 7, 4 t.p., 3, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 56 [Washington]--"Opening remarks of the Secretary of Labor, Eleventh National Conference on Labor Legislation", 1944 December 12, 11, 11 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 56 [Washington]--"A practical post-war program for America," article, Civil Service Leader, 1944 December 12, 1 p.p.



Box 57 [Washington]--"Pattern for labor relations in U.S.A.," to create Emergency Labor Dispute Board, [1945?], 20 a.p.


Box 57 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--"Fifteen years of labor education", [1945], 4 t.p. with a.n.

Cornell lecture, draft


Box 57 [Washington]--"Program for Labor Dept. 1945-5", 1945 [circa January], 10 a.p., 1 t.p


Box 57 [Washington?]--Address on old age, notes, [1945, circa January?], 7 a.p., 1 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Boulder, Colo.--The American post-war problem, address to Colorado Federation of Labor, 1945 January 9, 3 t.p.


Box 57 Washington--Statement on code of fair practices for labor unions, [1945 February], 2, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--Statement on post-war opportunities for business and labor, 1945 February, 1 a.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--Notes re: War Labor Disputes Act, 1945 February 5, 9 a.p., 2 ms.p., 1 p.d.


Box 57 [Washington]--Statement on her 12th anniversary as Secretary of Labor, [1945, circa March], 7 t.p., 7, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Memorandum of conversation with John L. Lewis", 1945 March 2, 6 t.p., 6, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Washington--Notes on the Coal Conference, 1945 March 9, 3 a.p


Box 57 [Washington]--Speech, International Affairs Forum, ILO Conference, 1945 March 15, 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--Executive order on the operation of coal mines, 1945 March 22, 2, 2.t.p.


Box 57 New York--Wage proposals of the United Mine Workers, 1945 April 4, 14 a.p., 3, 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Veterans and jobs," address prepared by A.F. Hinrichs for American Legion, 1945 April 5, 18, 2, 16, 3 t.p., 18 t.p. (carbon)

(ms.note, "Did not make speech")


Box 57 [Washington]--Radio talk in memory of President Roosevelt, 1945 April 13, 2, 2, 2 t.p., 2, 3, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on employment trends and problems of emloyment policy.", 1945 April 18, 26, 7, 5 t.p., 26 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Washington--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on industrial relations and work stoppages", 1945 April 18, 8 t.p.


Box 57 New York--Address, Pen and Brush Club, on her public career, and what is necessary for the future development of America, 1945 April 19, 32 t.p., 32, 39 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on labor standards and working conditions", 1945 April 19, 12 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--Address prepared for Miss Perkins on V-E Day, by A.F. Hinrichs, 1945 May 8, 2, 4, 1 t.p., 2, 1 t.p. (carbon)

("not used")


Box 57 [Washington]--V-E Day address to employees of the Labor Department and of the National War Labor Board, 1945 May 9, 2 p. pamphlets


Box 57 [Washington]--"1930-1945: A comparative inventory of social and economic achievements and problems", [1945, circa June], 3 t.p., 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Memos for talk with Pres. Truman just before July 1945", 1945 [June], 10 a.p.


Box 57 New York--"The tremendous challenge that we face," Reader's Digest, [1945 June], 9, 2 t.p., 9, 9, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 New Brunswick, N.J.--Address, Labor Institute, Rutgers University, opportunities of the labor movement, press release, 1945 June 4, 2 t.p., 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Washington--Pattern for labor relations in the United States, 1945 June 14, 2, 2 t.p., 1, 2, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Montreal--Address, ILO Governing Body, 1945 June 21, 5, 8, 8 t.p. (carbon); 5 t.p. (lith.); 2, 2 t.p. (carbon); 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon); 1, 1 t.p. (carbon); 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon); 1 p.d., 2, 2 a.p.

2 drafts and 2 press releases


Box 57 [Washington]--Address of Miss Perkins at the testimonial dinner in her honor on her leaving the cabinet position, 1945 June 27, 11 t.p., 7 t.p. (lith.)


Box 57 [Washington]--"Plans for promoting establishment of normal sound industrial...enterprise...", [circa 1945 July], 3 a.p.

Notes for talk with PresidentTruman?


Box 57 New Castle, Me.--Outline for article on ILO for the Readers Digest, 1945 July 19, 7 t.p., 1 t.l.


Box 57 Paris--Address on the Director's Report, ILO Conference, 1945 October 30, 6, 12 t.p., 1 p.d.


Box 57 [Paris]--Article for French paper on a new journal for professional and working women in France, [1945, circa November], 1, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Paris--"Working it out," ILO meeting, [1945 November 3], 3, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Paris--"The I.L.O. meets in Paris," International News Service, 1945 November 3, 9, 9, t.p. (carbon)


Box 57 Paris--"The International Labor Conference," NBC broadcast, 1945 November 3, 16 t.p. (mimeo), 14 p.p.


Box 57 [Washington?]--"The International Labor Organization meets in Paris", [1945, circa November 10], 5 t.p. (carbon)

Statement on her return from Paris


Box 57 [New York?]--Notes for talk on a balanced economy as the national goal, [circa 1946?], 5 a.p.


Box 57 [Washington?]--"The common welfare: The people mattered," article on Harry Hopkins for Survey Midmonthly, 1946 February, 2 p.p.


Box 57 [Washington]--Notes for conversation with President Truman, on Montreal session of ILO, 1946 February 6, 5 a.p.


Box 57 Washington--"Full employment", 1946 [February 28], 13 t.p., 11, 14 t.p. (carbon), 2 ms.p., 1 t.l.s.


Box 57 v.p.--Excerpts from Southern Teamster, St. Louis Union Labor Advocate, and Progressive Labor World, with column by Miss Perkins, "Working it out", [1946 April 17-18], 3 clippings


Box 57 New York--"Working it out," article, Institute for American Democracy, 1946 July 21, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 57 Washington--Speech at President's Conference on Industrial safety, [1946 October?], 1 t.p.

Excerpts



Box 58 Montreal--Talk before the Canadian Woman's Club, on the future of labor, notes, 1947 January 30, 4 a.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Talk on politics and religion, "Query", 1947 April 15, 8 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--"Franklin D. Roosevelt's religion," Journal of Living, 1947 May, 4 p.p.


Box 58 [Washington?]--Speech, National Congress of Parents and Teachers, notes, 1947 May 21, 6 t.p. (carbon)


Box 58 [Washington?]--"The States' interest in safety", [1947, circa September], 2, 3 t.p.


Box 58 Philadelphia--American community in today's world, notes for address to Women's Auxiliary, [1947] September 13, 2 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Notes, duplication of work in personnel, regional authority, Loyalty Review Board, [1947 September 30], 7 a.p.


Box 58 Troy; [Vt?]--Introduction to a talk, 1947 November, 2 a.p.


Box 58 n.p.--Walgrean lecture, on concept of the welfare of all the people as a basic concern of governments…", [circa 1948?], 5 a.p.


Box 58 [New York?]--Speech, on the death of Mary Small, [circa 1948?], 7 a.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for address, on significance in American life of cooperation between labor and government, [circa 1948], 3 a.p.


Box 58 [New York?]--Review of A Man Can Live, by Bernard Iddings Bell, [circa 1948, January], 5 t.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for lecture at St. Bede's School, [1948] January 26, 23, 4 a.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for lecture at St. Bede's, [1948] February 2, 15 a.p., 1 a.env., 2 t.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for lecture at St. Bede's, [1948] February 9, 15, 3 a.p.


Box 58 Madison, Wis.--Address, "Public service as a career," University of Wisconsin, 1948 February 24, 11, 1 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 [Washington]--"An experiment in art," Right Angle, 1948 April, 2 p.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--"A woman for President?," Today's Woman, [1948 April], 6 p.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Memorandum for President Truman's speeches in New York City and New York State, [1948 October], 11, 11, 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 58 S.Hadley, Mass.--"Public service as a career," summary of address at Mt. Holyoke College, 1948 December 1, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 58 [New York?]--On character qualities, and "what virtues well understood and accepted by all decent people", [1949?], 4 a.p.


Box 58 [New York?]--Notes on American history, [1949?], 8 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Notes for a memorial statement on Laura A.Thompson, Librarian of the Labor Department, [1949], 18 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington?]--Toward a real career service, notes, talk to Society for Personnel Administration, Employment Section, 1949 March 8, 7 t.p.


Box 58 Buffalo--Address to NFPA on fire prevention, notes and press release, 1949 November 1, 6, 1 a.p., 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 58 Madison, Wis.--"John B. Andrews Memorial Symposium on labor legislation and social security," University of Wisconsin, 1949 November 5, 19 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 Atlantic City, N.J.--Address, New Jersey Education Association, 1949 November 12, 1 a.p., 3, 5 t.p.


Box 58 n.p.--Notes for talk, "Delegation of authority down the line is a temptation to rigidity...", [1950?], 3 a.p.


Box 58 n.p.--Notes for talk on the Civil Service Commission and personnel findings, [1950?], 9 a.p.


Box 58 n.p.--Notes for talk, "...Development of Texas - in this time everybody better off...", [1950?], 3 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Outline about the Civil Service Commission's function, objective, etc., on Regional Directors' Conference agenda, [1950 January], 7 t.p.


Box 58 Washington--White House Conference on children and youth, notes for Miss Perkins' address, 1950 February 1, 6 t.p.


Box 58 [Washington?]--"Public service as a career," address, University of Wisconsin, "reprocessed and. ..brought up to date", 1950 March, 9 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 [San Francisco]--Speech to Federal Personnel Management Conference, part of prepared text, [1950 May 4], 5 t.p. (carbon)


Box 58 [Washington]--Notes, National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel, [1950 July], 3 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Notes on conference with Clark and Fay Hunter, NSRB, with recommendations for Civil Service Commission, 1950 September 26, 2 t.p.


Box 58 Chicago--Address on government employees, Roosevelt College, press release, 1950 October 19, 1 t.p., 3, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 Providence, R.I.--"The democracy of Franklin D. Roosevelt," address at Brown University, 1950 November 1, 5 t.p., 4 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 Washington--"Improvements in the Federal Civil Service in recent years," Washington Times-Herald, 1951 August 20, 4, 1 t.p., 1 p.p.


Box 58 Bear Mt. N.Y.--Address before Personnel Management Conference, on the record of civil servants, press release, 1951 October 26, 1 t.p., 7 t.p. (carbon), 5 t.p. (mimeo), t.l.s


Box 58 [Washington]--On the development of the Civil Service Commission, [1951, circa November], 22 t.p., 1 t.n.


Box 58 [Washington?]--Notes for talk on "the world problems we know of as needing solutions...", [1952?], 7 a.p.


Box 58 [Williamsport, Pa.]--Notes for a talk, telling of the town and her trip there, [circa 1952?], 5 a.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for address at Grace Drake memorial service, [1952 January 17], 10 a.p.


Box 58 Washington--Address, League of Women Voters, on the Federal civil service, 1952 January 29, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 Geneva, Switzerland--Health Com.'s Report to the International Labor Conference, 1952 June 5, 2 t.p., 4 t.p. (mimeo), 6, 1, 3 p.p.


Box 58 Washington--Notes of comment written on card of admittance to President Truman's farewell dinner, 1952 December 4, a.n.


Box 58 [Washington]--Outline for "Inside government," broadcast, [1953] February 18, 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.l., 1 t.l.s.


Box 58 Chicago--Address, American Personnel and Guidance Assoc, on government employment, 1953 March 31, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 58 Urbana, Ill.--"Pressures on a government administrator," University of Illinois, 1953 April 16, 15, 20 a.p. 1 t.p.


Box 58 [Washington?]--Notes on the changing cabinet, [1953 April 30], 4, 2 a.p., clipping


Box 58 [Urbana, Ill.]--"The loyalty program in government service," University of Illinois, [1953 May 6], 18 a.p., 2 t.p.


Box 58 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Recruitement and manpower problems in federal service," University of Illinois, [1953] May 7, 35 a.p.


Box 58 Cleveland--Government administration's improvements over 20 years, notes for address to office workers, 1953 June 24, 2, 6, 10 a.p.


Box 58 [Washington]--Notes on the Oppenheimer case, 1953 December 13, 13 a.p.


Box 58 [New York]--Notes for address to "Query" (incomplete?), austerity of voluntarism for order and social justice, [1955 December], 6, 1 a.p.


Box 58 Asbury Park, N.J.--Notes, on the death of N.J. Congressional Representative Mary T. Norton, [1959, circa August 2], 2 ap.


Box 58 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes on changes in American values, [1961?], 4 a.p.


Box 58 n.p.--Notes for talk on women in industry after World War II, [circa 1962?], 5 a.p.


Box 58 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--On women's rights, [circa 1962?], 11 a.p.


Box 58 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes, Relief and unemployment, [1963?], 8 a.p.


Box 58 Los Angeles--"Labor under the New Deal and the new frontier," Two views of American labor, University of California, 1965, 1963, 18 p.p.



Box 59 Incomplete and unidentified items

Part VIII: Franklin Delano Roosevelt--Letters, Memos, and Documents



Box 60 Letters from President Roosevelt to Frances Perkins and others


Box 60 Letters to President Roosevelt from Frances Perkins


Box 60 Letters from various persons on labor, strikes, World War II



Box 61 Memos, Drafts, Speeches, etc., Typed Documents (t.d.)



Box 62 Cabinet Meetings, Executive Orders, Press Releases, 1929 October-circa 1944 October, Typed documents (t.d.) and printed documents (p.d.)


Box 62 Miscellaneous documents to and about President Roosevelt, 1939 March 3-1950, Typed documents (t.d.) and printed documents (p.d.)



Box 63 Memos, Drafts, Suggested Outlines, etc. for Speeches for President Roosevelt

Part IX: Desk Calendars



Box 64 Desk Calendars, 1931 December


Box 64 Desk Calendars, 1932



Box 65 Desk Calendars, 1933-1939



Box 64 Desk Calendars, 1940-1952



Box 65 Desk Calendars, 1946 October-December

Part X: Frances Perkins--Miscellaneous Documents



Box 66 Frances Perkins--Miscellaneous Documents, [1919?]-1933 May 21

Part XI: The Roosevelt I Knew--Manscript



Box 67 The Roosevelt I Knew--Manuscript (I)



Box 68 The Roosevelt I Knew--Manuscript (II)



Box 69 The Roosevelt I Knew--Manuscript (III)

Part XII: Subject Files



Box 70 Absenteeism


Box 70 American Federation of Labor


Box 70 American Legion


Box 70 Anthracits Committee


Box 70 Automobile Labor Board


Box 70 Bennington College


Box 70 Bituminous Coal Labor Board


Box 70 Boyd, Edith (Mrs. Charles)


Box 70 Braithwaite Family


Box 70 Brown, Erwin F.


Box 70 Building and Construction Trade


Box 70 Camden Board of Arbitration


Box 70 Central Statistical Board


Box 70 Child Labor Amendment


Box 70 Cincinnati Plan


Box 70 Civil Works Administration


Box 70 Civilian Conservation Corps


Box 70 Commerce, Department of


Box 70 Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government


Box 70 Committee on Econonic Security


Box 70 Communist Party


Conferences

Arranged chronologically



Box 71 President's Conference on Unemployment, 1921


Box 71 Conference of Administration of Labor Laws, 1922


Box 71 Conference of Governors on Unemployment, 1931


Box 71 Eastern Interstate Conference on Labor Legislation, 1931


Box 71 Joint Conference on the Flexible Work and Week, 1932


Box 71 Planning Conference called by the Governor of New york State, 1932


Box 71 Interstate Conference on Labor Laws, 1933


Box 71 President's Conference with Governors, 1933


Box 71 Labor Conference, 1933


Box 71 Beveridge Conference, 1933


Box 71 Southern Regional Conference on State Labor Legislation and Economic Security, 1935


Box 71 Five State Labor Conference, 1935


Box 71 Southern Regional Conference, 1936


Box 71 Conference of International Union Presidents, 1936


Box 71 Conference on Collective Bargaining, 1937


Box 71 National Health Conference, 1938


Box 71 Southern Regional Conference, 1938


Box 71 White House Conference: Peace Proposals of the CIO, 1939


Box 71 White House Conference: Children in a Democracy, 1940


Box 71 Economic Outlook Conference, 1940


Box 71 War Labor Conference, 1941


Box 71 Aircraft Stabilzation Conference, 1942


Box 71 American Labor Conference International Affairs, 1944


Box 71 Seventh Annual Bishop's Conference, 1945


Box 71 World Trade Union Conference, 1945


Box 71 White House Conference: Children and Youth, 1949


Box 71 National Conference on Aging, 1950



Box 72 Congress of Industrial Organization (CIO)


Box 72 Construction League of the United State


Box 72 Consumer's League


Box 72 Democratic Party


Box 72 Diamond Candy Corporation


Box 72 Education


Box 72 Election Campaign


Box 72 Election Campagin


Box 72 Election Campaign


Box 72 Equal Rights Amendment



Box 73 Farm Prices and Income


Box 73 Federal Security Agency


Box 73 Federal Steel Mediation Board


Box 73 Fire Prevention


Box 73 Garment Industry


Box 73 Garsson Case


Box 73 Goldman, Emma


Box 73 Immigration


Box 73 Industrial Hygiene


Box 73 Industrial Relations


Box 73 Industrial Standards


Box 73 Interior Department


Box 73 International Photo-Engravers Union


Box 73 Jefferson Society of New York


Box 73 Justice Department



Box 74 Labor


Box 74 Labor--International Conditions


Box 74 Labor Legislation


Box 74 League of Women Voters


Box 74 Maternity Center Association


Box 74 McPike, Sara


Box 74 Mar Shimun Case


Box 74 Massachusetts Plan


Box 74 Mount Holyoke College


Box 74 National Bituminous Coal Conference


Box 74 National Civil Service League


Box 74 National Defense


Box 74 National Defense Mediation Board


Box 74 National Longshoreman's Board


Box 74 National Maritime Mediation Board



Box 75 National Railway Labor Panel


Box 75 National Recovery Administration


Box 75 National Reemployment Service


Box 75 National Resources Planning Board


Box 75 National Security Resources Board


Box 75 National Steel Labor Relations Board


Box 75 New Hampshire Plan


Box 75 New York State


Box 75 Office of Price Administration


Box 75 Office of War Information


Box 75 Post War Problems


Box 75 Progressive Miners of America


Box 75 Public Works


Box 75 Public Works Administration



Box 76 Quilts, 1933-1935


Box 76 Quilts, 1938-1944


Box 76 Radcliffe College


Box 76 Railroad Union, 1934, 1945


Box 76 Reese, Mrs. Frances (Braithwaite)


Box 76 Rome, New York, 1919


Box 76 Rumsey, Mrs. Mary Harriman, 1937


Box 76 Saint John's College


Box 76 Social Security


Box 76 State Department



Box 77 Unemployment



Box 78 United States Congress


Box 78 U.S. Congress, 3 folders


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 193, 2 folders


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1934, 3 folders


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1935


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1937


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1940


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1941


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1943


Box 78 U.S. House of Representatives, 1945


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1932


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1933


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1935


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1936


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1937


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1938


Box 78 U.S. Senate, 1943



Box 77 U.S. Employment Service


Box 77 U.S. Senate


Box 77 War Labor Board--World War I


Box 77 War Labor Board--World War II


Box 77 Women In Industry


Box 77 Women's Democratic Union

Part XIII

Part XIII contains additional subject files, as well as clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, telegrams, biographical materials, and printed materials.



Box 79 The Trial of Harry Bridges


International Labor Office



Box 80 International Labor Organization--Joint statement of Balkan and Central-European countries to ILO


Conferences


Box 80 Geneva, 1935


Box 80 Philadelphia, 1944


Box 80 Paris, 1945


Box 80 Montreal, 1946


Box 80 San Francisco, 1948


Box 80 Geneva, 1952


Box 80 Information Service


Box 80 Miscellaneous



Box 81 Miscellaneous publications


New York State



Box 82 Child Labor


Box 82 Department of Labor


Box 82 Immigrant Education


Box 82 Industrial Hygiene


Box 82 Industrial Stabilization


Box 82 Unemployment


Box 82 Women in Industry


Box 82 Workmen's Compensation


Strikes



Box 83 Allis-Chalmers, 1941


Box 83 Coal, 1933


Box 83 Coal, 1939


Box 83 Coal, 1941


Box 83 Coal, 1943


Box 83 Coal, 1945


Box 83 General


Box 83 General Motors, 1937


Box 83 Imperial Valley, California, 1934


Box 83 Longshoremen, 1934-1935


Box 83 Longshoremen, 1936


Box 83 New York Board of Transportation, 1941


Box 83 New York Ship Building Corp., 1935


Box 83 Railroad, 1941


Box 83 Railroad, 1944


Box 83 Remington Rand, 1937


Box 83 Rubber (Akron, Ohio), 1935


Box 83 Steel, 1937


Box 83 Western Union, 1939


U.S. Civil Service Commission



Box 84 Citizenship


Box 84 Efficiency Rating


Box 84 Hoover Commission


Box 84 Loyalty Review Board


Box 84 Loyalty Review Board Cases


Box 84 Loyalty Review Board Membership


Box 84 Miscellaneous


Box 84 National Defense


Box 84 Section 24


Box 84 Studies on Foreign Civil Service


U.S. Department of Labor--Documents



Box 85 Advisory Committee to the Secretary--Memoranda


Box 85 Advisory Committee to the Secretary--Minutes


Box 85 Annual Report, 1934


Box 85 Annual Report, 1935


Box 85 Annual Report, 1936


Box 85 Annual Report, 1938


Box 85 Annual Report, 1939


Box 85 Annual Report, 1940


Box 85 Annual Report, 1941


Box 85 Annual Report, 1943


Box 85 Annual Report, 1944


Box 85 Budget


Box 85 Children's Bureau


Box 85 Dedication of Building, 1935 February 25


Box 85 Department of Labor


Box 85 History of the Department



Box 86 Labor Standards


Box 86 Labor Standards Case Histories


Box 86 Labor Standards National Defense


Box 86 Labor Statistics


Box 86 Library


Box 86 National Labor Relations Board


Box 86 Older Workers


Box 86 Personnel


Box 86 Wage and Hour Division



Box 87 U.S. Department of Labor--Publications



Box 88 U.S. Department of Labor--Publications



Box 89 U.S. Department of Labor--Publications


Personal Records



Box 90 Luncheon and dinner, 1934-1945


Box 90 Christmas Cards


Box 90 Addresses of "Phila. Comm.", New York, [1910?]


Box 90 Committee on Safety, [1912-1917]


Speech Materials



Box 91 NRA


Box 91 Child Labor


Box 91 Civil Service


Box 91 Democratic Party


Box 91 Department of Commerce


Box 91 Department of Labor


Box 91 Labor Standards and Legislation


Box 91 Labor Union


Box 91 National Labor Relations Board


Box 91 New York State: Industrial Hygiene, Labor Market, et al


Box 91 Plan for study of Economic Security


Box 91 Post-War Planning


Box 91 Shipbuilding industry: data on various companies, 1942 December-1943 January


Box 91 Smith, Al


Box 91 Social Security



Box 92 States--Southern


Box 92 States--Various


Box 92 Strikes


Box 92 Unemployment, Ms.


Box 92 Unemployment, Printed


Box 92 Women in industry, Ms.


Box 92 Women in industry, Printed


Box 92 World War II: Negroes in a Democracy at war, Unemployment, War production, War Labor Disputes, 1942 May 27-1946 August



Box 93 Messages of Congratulations to Miss Perkins on her appointment to the Cabinet



Box 94 Clippings



Box 95 Clippings



Box 96 Clippings



Box 97 Clippings



Box 98 Clippings



Box 99 Clippings



Box 100 Photographs



Box 101 Photographs


Scrapbooks



Box 102 Scrapbook Volume 1-2



Volume 3 Scrapbook Volume 3



Volume 4 Scrapbook Volume 4



Volume 5 Scrapbook Volume 5



Volume 6 Scrapbook Volume 6



Box 103 Telegrams, form letters, t.l. (carbon) to unidentified people; items of personal business; letters from cranks and admirers, lists of names, etc.



Box 104 Biographical Material



Box 105 Miscellaneous printed pamphlets and printed Items

Oversized



Flatbox 668 Photograph Portraits of Frances Perkins


Flatbox 668 Photographs and Drawings by Frances Perkins


Flatbox 668 Manuscript Cartoons showing Perkins, 3 items

By Berryman, Kessler, Chase


Photographs


Flatbox 668 U.S. Border Patrol

Some showing Perkins, some annotated by her


Flatbox 668 Governor Roosevelt and his Department heads in Executive Chambers, Albany, 1928-1932


Flatbox 668 Photograph of a portrait of Perkins


Flatbox 668 Photograph of Perkins with ladies in peasant dress

Coggeshall Additions


Cataloged Manuscripts and Documents



Box 107 A - W


Correspondence


Cataloged Correspondence



Box 106 Acheson, Dean G.


Box 106 Aldrich, Winthrop W.


Box 106 Astor, William Waldorf


Box 106 Atlee, Clement Richard, Earl Atlee


Box 106 Baird, Mary


Box 106 Barrett, Anne N.


Box 106 Bell, Bernard Iddings


Box 106 Belmont, Eleanor Robson (Mrs. August)


Box 106 Beston, Henry


Box 106 Bettmann, Otto L.


Box 106 Bevin, Ernest


Box 106 Biddle, George


Box 106 Bishop, Morris


Box 106 Black, Hugo L.


Box 106 Blanding, Sarah G.


Box 106 Blum, John Morton


Box 106 Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt


Box 106 Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston


Box 106 Brisbane, Arthur


Box 106 Brooke, Henrietta Otis (Mrs. Frederick H.)


Box 106 Brown, John Mason


Box 106 Browne, Waldo R.


Box 106 Bruhacker, Howard


Box 106 Bruère, Henry


Box 106 Brunschvicg, Elizabeth


Box 106 Bulgarian Workers' Congress


Box 106 Burlingham, Charles C.


Box 106 Burns, James M.


Box 106 Butler, Harold


Box 106 Butler, Nicholas Murray


Box 106 Butterworth, James F.


Box 106 Bullitt, William Christian


Box 106 Canfield, Cass


Box 106 Cardozo, Benjamin N.


Box 106 Catt, Carrie Chapman


Box 106 Chamberlain, Joseph P.


Box 106 Church, Samuel Harden


Box 106 Cohen, Wilbur J.


Box 106 Collins, Richard N.


Box 106 Connally, Tom


Box 106 Connolly, William L.


Box 106 Cook, Nancy


Box 106 Curran, Elizabeth


Box 106 Damrosch, Leopold


Box 106 Davis, William Hammat


Box 106 Dawson, Donald S.


Box 106 Dewey, John


Box 106 Douglas, Helen Gahagan (Mrs. Melvyn)


Box 106 Dreier, Mary Elizabeth


Box 106 Duggan, Stephen Pierce


Box 106 Eden, Anthony, Earl of Avon


Box 106 Edward VIII, King of Great Britain


Box 106 Eliot, Thomas H.


Box 106 Evans, Bergen


Box 106 Elmhirst, Dorothy Whitney Straight (Mrs. L.)


Box 106 Ely, Gertrude


Box 106 Farley, James A.


Box 106 Florsheim, Lillian


Box 106 Friedel, Frank B.


Box 106 Frankfurter, Felix


Box 106 Forrestal, James


Box 106 Folks, Homer



Box 106A Gambs, John S.


Box 106A Gibson, Irene L.


Box 106A Gildersleeve, Virginia C.


Box 106A Glidden, William Townsend


Box 106A Goudy, Frederic W.


Box 106A Graham, Katherine


Box 106A Grant, Jane


Box 106A Green, William


Box 106A Gruening, Ernest


Box 106A Hale, Beatrice Forbes-Robertson


Box 106A Halifax, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, Earl of


Box 106A Harlan, John M.


Box 106A Harriman, Florence Jaffray (Mrs. J. Borden)


Box 106A Harriman, William Averell


Box 106A Harrington, Ethel (Mrs. F.H.)


Box 106A Henderson, Leon


Box 106A Hopkins, Harry L.


Box 106A Houghteling, James Lawrence


Box 106A Hughes, Rupert


Box 106A Hull, Cordell


Box 106A Ickes, Harold LeClair


Box 106A Jackson, Gardner


Box 106A Jay, Frances


Box 106A Johnston, Eric


Box 106A Jones, Joseph M.


Box 106A Jones, Jesse H.


Box 106A Johnson, Hugh S.


Box 106A Kellogg, Paul


Box 106A Kellogg, Frances A.


Box 106A Kennedy, Charles Rann


Box 106A Kennedy, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier (Mrs. John F.)


Box 106A Kennedy, John Fitzgerald


Box 106A Kingsbury, John A.


Box 106A Kroll, Leon


Box 106A Lapp, John A.


Box 106A Large, Helen B.


Box 106A La Rochefoucauld, Edmée, Duchesse de


Box 106A Laski, Harold J.


Box 106A Lathrop, Julia C.


Box 106A Leach, Agnes Brown


Box 106A Leach, Henry Goddard


Box 106A Lehman, Edith Altschul (Mrs. Herbert)


Box 106A Lehman, Herbert Henry


Box 106A Lenroot, Katharine F.


Box 106A Lewis, Grace Livingston Hegger (Mrs. Sinclair)


Box 106A Leggett, Sir Frederick


Box 106A Lewis, John L.


Box 106A Lewis, Michael


Box 106A Littauer, Kenneth


Box 106A Lubin, Isidor


Box 106A Luhan, Mabel Dodge


Box 106A MacCormack,. Daniel W.


Box 106A McCormack, John W.


Box 106A MacDonald, Malcolm


Box 106A McIntosh, Millicent C.


Box 106A Mclntyre, Marvin H.


Box 106A MacLeish, Archibald


Box 106A McWilliams, Carey


Box 106A Maddock, Elizabeth


Box 106A Maggs, Douglas B.


Box 106A Manning, William T.


Box 106A Matthews, Burnita Shelton


Box 106A Mendès France, Pierre


Box 106A Mesta, Perle S.


Box 106A Mitchell, James P.


Box 106A Moley, Raymond


Box 106A Moot, Adelbert


Box 106A Morgenthau, Henry, Sr.


Box 106A Morgenthau, Henry, Jr.


Box 106A Morse, Wayne


Box 106A Moses, Robert


Box 106A Moynihan, Daniel Patrick


Box 106A Murray, Philip


Box 106A Muskie, Edmund S.



Box 106B Nash, Ray


Box 106B Nash, Walter


Box 106B Nearing, Scott


Box 106B Nesbitt, Cathleen


Box 106B Nevins, Allan


Box 106B Norman, Priscilla Reytiens


Box 106B Paish, Sir George


Box 106B Pardue, Austin


Box 106B Parodi, Annie


Box 106B Partridge, J.H.


Box 106B Pegler, Westbrook


Box 106B Perkins, Frances


Box 106B Phelan, Edward


Box 106B Poole, Ernest


Box 106B Pope Hennessy, Sir John Wyndham


Box 106B Porter, Paul R.



Box 106C Rayburn, Sam


Box 106C Reid, Helen Rogers (Mrs. Ogden M.)


Box 106C Ridder, Bernard H.


Box 106C Roberts, Harriett M.


Box 106C Roberts, Owen J.


Box 106C Rockefeller, John D., Jr.


Box 106C Rockefeller, Nelson A.


Box 106C Rogers, Lindsay


Box 106C Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt (Mrs. Franklin D.)


Box 106C Roosevelt, Elliott


Box 106C Roosevelt, Franklin Delano


Box 106C Rowse, Alfred Leslie


Box 106C Sachs, Alexander


Box 106C Salter, James Arthur, Baron Salter


Box 106C Sargent, Dwight E.


Box 106C Schieffelin, William Jay, Jr.


Box 106C Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Jr.


Box 106C Schneiderman, Rose


Box 106C Schorer, Mark


Box 106C Sedgwick, Ellery


Box 106C Shafer, W.B., Jr.


Box 106C Shaver, Dorothy


Box 106C Sheridan, Jay


Box 106C Shientag, Bernard


Box 106C Sinclair, Ethel (Mrs. Robert S.)


Box 106C Sinclair, Helen B. (Mrs. Archer C.)


Box 106C Smith, Alfred E.


Box 106C Smith, Fanny A.


Box 106C Smith, Margaret Chase


Box 106C Soames, Mary Churchill Soames, Baroness


Box 106C Spargo, John


Box 106C Starr, Louis M,


Box 106C Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.


Box 106C Stevenson, Adlai Ewing


Box 106C Stimson, Henry L.


Box 106C Stokes, Harold Phelps


Box 106C Stokes, Helen Phelps


Box 106C Stokes, J.G. Phelps


Box 106C Stone, Harlan Fiske


Box 106C Sullivan, Mark


Box 106C Tabouis, Geneviève


Box 106C Tarr, Jeannette M. (Mrs. R. Layson)


Box 106C Taubman, Howard


Box 106C Taylor, Myron C.


Box 106C Thompson, Dorothy


Box 106C Thomson, Frank Graham and John B. Trevor


Box 106C Thomson, Joseph C.


Box 106C Tobey, Berkeley G.


Box 106C Tolles, N. Arnold


Box 106C Tomlinson, George


Box 106C Truman, Harry S.


Box 106C Truman, Mary Jane


Box 106C Turner, M.C.


Box 106C Veiller, Lawrence


Box 106C Vinson, Fred Moore


Box 106C Wachman, Marvin


Box 106C Wald, Lillian D.


Box 106C Walker, Tempest M.


Box 106C Wallace, Henry Agard


Box 106C Walling, L. Metcalfe


Box 106C Weeks, Edward


Box 106C Welles, Sumner


Box 106C Whitman, Robert S.S.


Box 106C Willard, Samuel P.


Box 106C Wilson, Paul Caldwell


Box 106C Winant, John Gilbert


Box 106C Windsor, Wallis Warfield, Duchess of


Box 106C Wirtz, W. Willard


Box 106C Wolfe, Carolyn W. (Mrs. James H.)


Box 106C Wolman, Leo


Box 106C Wyzanski, Charles E., Jr.


Uncataloged Correspondence



Box A Card Catalog--Name Index to Uncataloged Correspondence in the Coggeshall Portion of the Frances Perkins Papers



Box 108 A - B



Box 109 C - E



Box 110 F - He



Box 111 Hi - L



Box 112 M - O



Box 113 P - R



Box 114 S



Box 115 T - Z



Box 116 Perkins, Frances--Letters from, Carbons



Box 117 Perkins, Frances--Letters to Miss Perkins on her resignation from the Cabinet: 1945 June 27, 1945

109 letters and telegrams from various people; 54 telegrams from Dinner Sponsors


Box 117 Letters to Miss Perkins about her book, The Roosevelt I Know

Unidentified letters to Perkins from various people


Box 117 Bibliographical and Biographical materials about Miss Perkins



Box 118 Family letters, personal and business


Box 118 Unidentified letters


Family Correspondence and Files



Box 118A Letters between Frances Perkins and her husband, Paul C. Wilson



Box 118B Letters between Frances Perkins and her parents, her daughter, and other family members


Speeches and Articles



Box 119 [New York?]--Notes on "Responsibility of elected officers in primary.", undated, 6 a.p.


Box 119 n.p.--"The real slaves of fashion", undated, 5 a.p.

Draft


Box 119 n.p.--"An Adventure in Philanthropy", undated, 21 a.p.

Story

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Box 119 n.p.--"The County Kerry Crowd", undated, 3 a.p.

Synopsis of story

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Box 119 n.p.--"Death of a structural iron-worker", undated, 6 a.p.

Notes

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Box 119 n.p.--Lecture [to the Personnel Research Federation (?)], undated, 6 t.p.

Carbon copy

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Box 119 n.p.--"'Mrs. Stark's Husband'", undated, 1 a.p.

Synopsis of story

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Box 119 n.p.--Notes on European Travel, 1936-1957, undated, 9 a.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--Notes on Government Agencies, undated, 2 a.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--Outlines and drafts for stories and articles, undated, 69 a.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--Outlines for "Bobby" stories, undated, 19 a.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--Outlines for "Marie" stories, undated, 9 a.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--Poetry drafts, undated, 40 a.p.

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Box 119 [New York]--"The Presipio. A Christmas Play", undated, 1 t.p.

Synopsis

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Box 119 n.p.--"Retarding Civilization", undated, 1 a.p.

Notes for article

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Box 119 n.p.--Stories and humerous anecdotes, undated, 66 a.p., 3 t.p.

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Box 119 n.p.--"Suffrage Story", undated, 2 a.p.

Synopsis for story

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Box 119 n.p.--"The Tombstones of William and Anna", undated, 8 a.p.

Synopsis of story

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Box 119 Indianapolis--"Forty years' work," in the Indianapolis Union, on improvements in workers' conditions, n.y. [July 25], 1 p.p.


Box 119 [Boston?]--"Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest", 1895 January 21, 4 a.p.s.

A high school paper


Box 119 [South Hadley, MA](?)--Class notebooks for French composition, [circa 1900], 2 Volumes

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Box 119 S. Hadley, Mass.--Lecture notes and laboratory notes from botany class at Mt. Holyoke College, [1900 February-June], 66, 1, 38 a.p.


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--"Fern topic", 1900 March, 6 a.p.s.

Paper for botany class


Box 119 S. Hadley, Mass.--Exams in botany class, 1900 May 7, June 5, 5 a.p.s.; notebook, 3 a.p., s. on cover


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Lecture notes and laboratory notes from zoology class, [1900 September-December], 51, 50 a.p.


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Lecture notes and laboratory notes from zoology class, 1901 January-April, 19, 43, 7, 18, 6a.p.


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Lecture notes and laboratory notes from zoology class, 1901 May-June, 30, 24 a.p.


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Lecture notes and laboratory notes from zoology class, 1901 November-1902 May, 40, 20, 26 a.p.


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Draft of a talk (or paper?) at Mt. Holyoke College, on the common ideals of womanhood, [circa 1902], 4 a.p.s.

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Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Outline and notes for talk (?) on students' government, [circa 1902], 39 a.p.

Incomplete?


Box 119 [S. Hadley, Mass.]--Lecture notes from various classes at Mt. Holyoke College, [1902, February-June?], 8 a.p.


Box 119 [Wake Forrest, Ill.]--"Outline for zoology 1905-1906," a course taught by Perkins at Ferry Hall, 1905-1906, 4 a.p., 37 ms.p.s.

With her course outline and students' papers - "FP 2/10" to "FP 6/6."


Box 119 [Newcastle, Me.?]--Essay on Nicolas Codman, builder and architect of the Codman and Cottrell homes in Damariscotte Falls, Me., 1906(?), 10 t.p. (carbon), with a.corrections, s. by FP

a.n., "Sold to House Beautiful."


Box 119 [Philadelphia?]--Various bibliographies concerning housekeeping, domestic training, etc., [1906, circa November], 14 t.p., 1t.p. (carbon)


Box 119 [Philadelphia?]--"Settlement impressions", [circa 1907], 6 a.p.

After a visit to Bill House in Chicago (not completed)


Box 119 [Lake Forest, IL]--Notes on religion, 1907 February 9, 4 a.p.

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Box 119 v.p.--Notes on European Travel, 1907 June 20-September 12, 1 Volumes

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Box 119 [Philadelphia]--First draft of report on Jewish immigrants in Philadelphia; for the Philadelphia Research and Protective Association, [circa 1907, December], 8 t.p., ms. Additions and a. corrections


Box 119 [Philadelphia]--Report material on various groups of immigrants in Philadelphia; for the PRPA, [1908?], 22 t.p.


Box 119 [Philadelphia]--"A plan for a Bureau of Immigration", [circa 1908, January?], 1 a.p., 4, 2 t.p. (carbon)

With a. note by Miss Perkins, and a "Report of educa- tional opportunities for immigrants," by the PRPA.


Box 119 [Philadelphia]--"Report of an investigation into the conditions of 2460 Jewish immigrant girls," for the PRPA, [circa 1908, January], 77 t.p. (carbon), a. corrections


Box 119 Philadelphia--Draft of criticism of Powys lecture on George Bernard Shaw, with newspaper criticism enclosed, [1908 February], 2 a.p.



Box 120 [Philadelphia]--American race-problems: notes and a published syllabus of Carl Kelsey's University of Pennsylvania course., 1908 October-1909 May, 175 a.p., 8 t.p., 1 p.d., 1 notebook cover with sig.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes on University of Pennsylvania course, "Theory of sociology, with Prof. Mussey, 1908 October [17]-1909 May, 178 a.p., 3 t.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes on University of Pennsylvania class on History of economics, with Prof. Patten; first draft of a paper, "The relation of Adam Smith and Benjamin Franklin", 1908 [October 20]-[1909] February 16, 2 a .notebooks, 14 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes and paper from University of Pennsylvania class on Sociology, "Henrik Ibsen, the iconoclast", [1908, circa November?], 52, 10 a.p., 12 t.p. (carbon), env. with a.n.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--"The economic doctrine of socialism", [1908, circa November 12], 5 a.p.

Notes for a talk (At the Consumer's League?)


Box 120 [Worcester, Mass.?]--Notes for talk on the history of socialism, [1909?], 5 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on the cause of the immigrant, [1909?], 5 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on the cause of the immigrant (PRPA), [1909?], 5 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk on the Christian's responsibility for improving the material conditions in the world, [1909?], 2, 12 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk on "Dangers of Immigrant women", [1909?], 4, 1 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk, "The dignity of labour", [1909?], 9 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk, "Economic doctrine of socialism", [1909?], 11 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk, Fourth Annual Report of the Philadelphia Research and Protective Association, [1909?], 6 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk on immigrant women (PRPA), [1909?], 2 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk on immigrants and social evolution, [1909?], 4 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Miscellaneous notes on immigration, [1909?], 10 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes on lodging houses and housing conditions, [1909?], 7 folders; 4 a.p., 5 a.p., 2 a.p., 4 a.p., 8 a.p., 10 a.p., 4 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on lodging houses, and work for immlgrant women, [1909?], 3 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for a lecture in a course on social problems, [1909?], 8 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Social work a profession for women, [1909?], 4 a.p.


Box 120 [New York?]--Notes for talk on women in industry, [1909?], 10 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia?]--Working conditions for women and how they can make changes: Notes for a talk on the Philadelphia situation, [1909?], 4 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on the needs of immigrant women, [1909?], 6 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes on the needs of immigrants, [1909?], 4 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes or talk on "Protection of immigrant' women," with a draft, [1909?], 5, 12 a. p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk, "The relation of Christian women to the present social order", [1909?], 7 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on socialism, [1909?], 8 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--"Socialist indictment," outline and notes for a talk, [1909?], 9 a.p.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on the spiritual needs of the immigrant, [1909?], 4 a.p.


Box 120 n.p.--"Dream", [1909], 1 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 120 Philadelphia--"To Maida...", 1909 February, 1 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 120 [Philadelphia]--"A critical analysis of Marx doctrine of the materialistic interpretation of history," draft, [1909, circa May], 29 a.p., 1 p.d., clippings encl.


Box 120 [Philadelphia]--"Outline study of method of Booth's 'Life & Labor' of London", 1909 September, 1, 11 a.p.



Box 121 [New York]--Notes,examinationandreadinglist from Columbia University course with Samuel McCune Lindsay on Social economy, [1909 October-1910 February], 43 a.p., 2 t.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University class with Franklin Henry Giddings on the History of civilization; 3 t.d. on Prof. Giddings encl., 1909 October 1-1910 January 14?, 1, 157 a.p., 16 t.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University course with Edwin R.A. Seligman, on the Fiscal and industrial history of the United States; with "Outline of lectures" and printed tables, [1909 October 5-1910 January], 1, 252 a.p.; 34, 1p.d.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia Uniersity class with Edward Thomas Devine, on Social Economy; examination encl., 1909 October 5-1910 May 12, 124 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 121 [Philadelphia]--Notes for talk on child labor, American labor problem, etc., with "Topics for Review", [1910], 4 a.p.


Box 121 [Philadelphia]--Rough draft for "Speech from two standpoints. 1. As a socialist 2.As a woman", [1910], 7 a.p.


Box 121 [Philadelphia(?)]--Lecture notes for The Socialist Literary Society, [1910], 1 Volumes; Stenographic notebook

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Box 121 [New York?]--Notes for talk on malnutrition in school children, based, in part, on her MA Thesis in Columbia University in 1910, [circa 1910], 15 a.p.


Box 121 [Philadelphia]--Lecture notes for The Socialist Literary Society, [1910 February], 41 a.p.

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Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University class on economic theory by John Bates Clark, [1910] February 7-March 2, 57 a.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University course with Samuel McCune Lindsay on Social economy, [1910 February 8-May], 74 a.p.


Box 121 New York--Notes from Columbia University course with Henry R. Seager on the Labor problem. With course outline., 1910 February 8-May 9, 161 a.p., 4 p.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University class with Franklin Henry Giddings on the History of civilization, 1910 February 11-May 6, 1, 138 a.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University course with John Bates Clark on Theories of social reform, 1910 February [15]-May [31], 1, 110 a.p.


Box 121 [New York]--Early draft of her Masters Thesis at Columbia University, [1910, circa March?], 15 a.p., env. with a.n.


Box 121 [New York]--"Women of Intellect", 1910 April, 5 a.p.

Notes

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Box 121 [New York]--"A study of malnutrition in 107 children from Public School 51," Columbia University Masters Thesis, 1910 April 15, 60 t.p. (carbon), 18 ms. p.

Corrected copy


Box 121 [New York]--Another copy of her Masters thesis, 1910 April 15, 18 ms.p., with a.corrections


Box 121 n.p.--Draft of poem, 1910 April 28, 2 a.p.

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Box 121 n.p.--"The Holy Trinity", 1910 May, 3 a.p.

Poem

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Box 121 n.p.--Draft of poem, 1910 May 2, 2 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 121 [New York]--Corrected tables and other pages from her Columbia Masters Thesis, 1910 July 9, 3 ms.p., 33 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 121 [New York]--Notes from Columbia University course on the History of Great Britain, [1910] Octoberr 14 -1911 January 26, 57 a.p., notebook cover with sig.


Box 121 New York--Draft of poem, 1910 November 27, 3 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 121 [New York]--Notes for talk at Women's Christian Temperance Union on the Consumer's League, [1911?], 5 a.p.


Box 121 [New York?]--Notes on industrial disease, [1911?], 3 a.p.


Box 121 [New York?]--Notes for a talk(?) on fire prevention and fire protection, [1911?], 5 a.p.


Box 121 [New York?]--Notes on accident prevention, 1911 March 25, 6, 2, 5, 11 a.leaves (28 a.p.)


Box 121 n.p.--Draft of poem, 1911 [June(?)] 12, 1 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 121 [New York?]--Lecture notes on "Socialism as a science", [1911 October 6], 4 a.p.



Box 121A [New York?]--Notes for talk on the bakers of New York, [1912?], 7 a.p.

Incomplete?


Box 121A [Philadelphia]--Notes for a talk on the New York Consumer's league, [1912?], 6 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--Draft of a talk on "The working woman and marriage", [1912?], 9 a.p.

At the Consumer's League of New York)


Box 121A Garden City, N.Y.--"Topics for exam," Adelphi College, 1912 January 30, 2 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--Notes for lectures 1, 2 and 3 at the Consumer's League, on "Labor problems", [1912] February 2, 6, 9, 4, 20, 1 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--Notes for "Finch lectures", 1912 February 17-March 6, 9 a.p., with covering env. and p.d

Consumer's League?


Box 121A [Garden City, N.Y.]--Miscellaneous lecture notes, [1912] February 27-April 23, 13 a.p.


Box 121A [New York?]--Notes for a lecture on the MacManus Bill, [1912, circa March], 1 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--Notes for lecture on the "City and its food supply", [1912? March 30], 7 a.p.


Box 121A [New York?]--Lecture notes on "College woman and equal suffrage", [1912 April], 2 a.p.


Box 121A [Garden City, N.Y.]--Lecture notes on "Socialism as a solution of labor problems", [1912] April 3, 2 a.p.


Box 121A [Garden City, N.Y.?]--Lecture notes on "Profit sharing", [1912] April 23, 5 a.p.


Box 121A n.p.--"Spikenard and Myhrr", 1913 March 8, 2 a.p.

Draft of poem

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Box 121A n.p.--Lists of servants' daily work, 1913 October, 7 t.p.

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Box 121A [New York]--"Report on conditions of women and child wage earners in the United States in men's ready made clothing industry", [circa 1918], 23 a.p.


Box 121A v.p.--Notes on the male mind, 1918-1937, 46 a.p. (with 10 related letters)

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Box 121A Lakewood, N.Y.--Notes for talk on industry as the basis for modern society, [circa 1920?], 3 a.p.


Box 121A Hartford, Conn.--Notes for lecture on "Services of the modern government", [circa 1920], 25, 1 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--Notes for address(?) on employment, [circa 1921], 6 t.p.


Box 121A [New York]--"A plan for a demonstration school for immigrant education," t. outline; a.ms. "by Miss Perkins on "People and organizations helping in drive," and research notes, [circa 1921, December], 11 a.p., 5 ms.p., 2 t.p. (lith.)


Box 121A [New York]--Material for Annual Report, New York City Council on Immigrant Education, [1922 May], 11 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon), 1 p.d. filled out in ms.


Box 121A [New York]--Outline of a statement before the Council on Immigrant Education, [1922] May 25, 9 a.p.


Box 121A [New York]--"The minimum wage - what next?", 1923 May 15, 2 p.p. (part of a 6-p.article in The Survey)


Box 121A n.p.--Campaign speech for Governor Al Smith, [1924 October 15], 2 t.p.

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Box 121A [New York]--Draft of a talk on "The professional outlook of social workers", [1926?], 19 a.p.


Box 121A n.p.--"The Giant's New Year", 1926(?), 44 a.p.

Children's marionette play performed by SWC at a church fair

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Box 121A [New York]--"Plan for column on talks with the new woman voter", [circa 1928], 2 t.p., with a.n.


Box 121A n.p.--Radio address endorsing Alfred E. Smith in the presidential election, 1928 September 24, 4 t.p. (mimeographed, 7 copies)

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Box 121A n.p.--Radio address endorsing Al Smith in the presidential election, 1928 September 24, 4 t.p. (mimeographed)

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Box 121A New York--Introductory address by Miss Perkins, for speech by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, to the Consumer's League of New York., 1929 March 1, 2 t.p., with a.n. (part of a 22 p.doc.)


Box 121A [New York]--"My job," published in The Survey, 1929 March 15, 3 p.p. of 8 p.p. (with a.n.)



Box 122 n.p.--Lecture to the New York State Canners Association, [1930], 8 t.p. (carbon copy)

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Box 122 n.p.--Notes on unemployment, 1930-1931, 3 a.p.

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Box 122 Syracuse, N.Y.--Part of an address to the League of women Voters, on unemployment, [1930] January 14, 2, 1 t.p. (carbon) (p.3 missing)


Box 122 Washington--Statements by Miss Perkins before U.S. Senate Sub-Committee of the Committee of Commerce, on bills introduced by Senator Wagner, 1930 March 21, 2, 2 t.p.(lith.)


Box 122 [New York]--Article from Harpers Magazine,"Helping industry to help itself.", [1930 April 1], 7 p.p.


Box 122 New York--Excerpt from address before conference of Health and Welfare Agencies of New York City, 1930 June, 1, 1 t.p. (lith.), 2 copies


Box 122 New York--Notes for talk on "Prevention program" in industry and unemployment insurance, [1931?], 5 a.p.

A.n. on the verso reads, "Use for Brearly"


Box 122 New York--Statement by Miss Perkins, "The woman in industry, " in Independent Woman, 1931 February, 1 p.p.


Box 122 Wilkes-Barre, Pa.--Perkins' statement before the National Conference of Catholic Charities, 1931 September 27-30, 2, 2 t.p. (lith.), 2 copies


Box 122 Washington--Statement on establishment of a National Economic Council before the Senate Sub-Committee, 1931 October 23, 1, 1 t.p. (mimeo), 2 copies


Box 122 [New York]--"Unemployment insurance," article from Survey Graphic, 1931 November, 2, 4 p.p.


Box 122 n.p.--"Plots for play", [1932], 8 t.p.

Synopses for two plays

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Box 122 New York and n.p.--Notes on her relationship with Paul C. Wilson, 1932 and undated, 31 a.p.

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Box 122 Washington--U.S .Senate Committee on Commerce, Perkins' statements on the Wagner Bill, 1932 March 31, 5, 5 t.p.(lith), 2 copies



Box Unknown [New York?]--Notes on a campaign speech for Governor Roosevelt, [1932, circa September?], 3 a.p., 1 p.p.with a. corrections

With a printed sheet of his accomplishments as Governor.



Box 122 New York--"The cost of a five-dollar dress," article from the Survey Graphic, 1933 February, 4 p.p.


Box 122 New York--Notes for address to Dutch Treat Club, [1933 March 24], 2 t.p., with a. corrections


Box 122 Bennington, Vt.--Notes on the deportation of communists, [1933 May 20}, 7 a.p.


Box 122 [Washington?]--Report on Economic security, [1934?], 86 t.p. (pages 23-25, carbon)

Incomplete: 4 pp. missing


Box 122 Washington--Notes on the New Deal and labor problems, organized unions, [circa 1934], 12 a.p


Box 122 [Washington]--A. notes on the NRA and what is to succeed it after July 1935, [1934?], 3, 6, 3, 4 a.p.


Box 122 [Washington]--Memo of telephone conversations between Miss Perkins and Gov. Davey, [1934?, circa March], 9 t.p. (carbon)


Box 122 [New York]--"Toward security: the Bill before Congress for unemployment insurance," from Survey Graphic, 1934 March, 3 p.p.


Box 122 Washington--Statement on unemplotment insurance bill before the Sub-Committee of the Ways and Means Committee, 1934 March 21-30, 2 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 122 [Washington]--Notes on the NRA, conference on its organization, [1936? November], 4, 7 a.p.


Box 122 [Washington?]--Various drafts of article sent to Fortune, "The emergence of American labor", [1936 May], 27 t.p. (mimeo; with a. and ms .n.), 21 t.p. (with a.n.), 4, 4 t.p. (carbon: incomplete, 2 cops.), 24 t.p. (with covering t.l.s.)

Unpublished?


Box 122 Paris--Diary entry (from an address book), 1936 [July], August 1, 4 a.p.


Box 122 New York--Address at dinner in honor of Miss Perkins, with introductory remarks by Mary Wooley, 1936 October 7, 20, 1 t.p., 3, 27 t.p.


Box 122 Maryville, Mo.--Notes for address to N.W. Mo.Teachers Assn. Annual Meeting, on social responsibilities, 1936 October 15, 12 a.p


Box 122 [Washington]--Radio address on the objectives of the Department of Labor, 1937 July 31, 6 t.p. (mimeo), with a.n.


Box 122 [Geneva?]--Notes and sketches made during (or after) a trip from Paris to Geneva, of her Impressions on the way, 1938 June 10, 6 a.p.


Box 122 Geneva--Speech to the International Labor Conference, on the U.S. participation in ILO, the need and desire of all nations for economic development and high social standards, 1938 June [13], 13 t.p.(carbon) (with a.n.), 1 p.d.


Box 122 Washington--Statement on behalf of American workers to the workers of France, [1938? circa September], 2 t.p. (with a.n.), 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 122 [Washington]--Notes and drafts from a conversation with President Roosevelt on the Wages and Hours material, [1938 October 13], 4, 13, 3, 4 a.p., 5 t.p.


Box 122 Washington--Thoughts on the "Tyranny of words...", [circa 1939?], 5 a.p.


Box 122 [Washington?]--Notes on religious topics, [1939?], 4, 3, 5, 3 a.p., encl.


Box 122 Washington--Statement before the House Judiciary Committee in impeachment proceedings against her, House Resolution 67, 1939 February 8, 15 t.p., 15 t.p. (carbon), 9 t.p. (mimeo)

Second draft and press release


Box 122 [Washington]--Outline, "Digest for the President," of agenda for negotiations with the AFL and CIO, [1939, circa March 17], 12 t.p.(carbon)

1st and 2nd drafts


Box 122 Washington--Address to the employees of the Department of Labor, on the regular meetings held by the Department and their purpose, 1939 October 4, 24 t.p. (carbon)


Box 122 Washington--Memo of a conversation with the President and Murphy on naturalization, 1939 December 5, 5 a.p.



Box 123 [New York]--Notes for talk to the Newman Club, on the duty of each individual in a Christian society, 1940, 7 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Notes on possible career change, 1940, 4 a.p. and 2 t.p.

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Box 123 [Washington?]--"Statistics of employment and unemployment", [1940 February], 12 t.p. (with a. corrections and additions)


Box 123 [Washington]--Press release, speech on the legislation for human security and income of our government and its effect on our foreign policy, [1940 June 27] (?), 2, 2 t.p., 2 copies

Conference of Research Directors of National and International Unions?


Box 123 Cleveland--Notes for address on achievements of the LaborDepartment in Roosevelt's administration, [1940? October?], 3 a.p.


Box 123 Washington--The American Forum of the Air, "America's outlook for 1941", 1940 December 29, 2 p. in printed doc. of 12 p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Statement on the AFL-CIO controversy, [1941?], 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 123 Washington--"Preserving the high standard of American labor: full protection of workers on defense jobs is Department's aim," The Evening Star, 1941 January 20, 1 p.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Notes for talk on "Organization" of the labor movement, [circa 1941 June], 3 a.p.


Box 123 Atlantic City, N.J.--Address, National Conference of Social Work, "What is worth working for in America?", 1941 [June 7], 9 p.p. (photostats)


Box 123 New York--"Eight years as Madame Secretary," article in Fortune Magazine, 1941 July, 40 t.p. (lith.), a.n., covering t.l.s.


Box 123 New York--"Eight years as Madame Secretary", 1941 July, 1, 19 t.p.

Another draft


Box 123 [New York]--Draft of closing address to ILO Conference, [1941 October 27], 3 t.p., with a. notes


Box 123 Washington--Pearl Harbor Cabinet Meeting Memo, 1941 December 8, 17 a.p. and 4 t.p

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Box 123 Washington--Pearl Harbor Cabinet Meeting Memo, 1941 December 8, 4 t.p. (xerox copy)

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Box 123 [Washington]--Talk prepared for the President by Miss Perkins for his address to the Industry and Labor conference, 1941 December 17, 4 t.p. (carbon), with a.n.


Box 123 Washington--Annual report of the Secretary of Labor: press release, 1942 January 18, 11 t.p. (lith.)


Box 123 [Washington]--Notes on the War Labor Administration, [1942, circa March], 3, 1 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Typed draft of form letter and papers on the creation of a Wage Adjustment Board, [1942 May 14], 1 t.p.; 5 t.p. (with ms corrections), 5 t.p. (carbon: with ms corrections), 1 ms.n.


Box 123 [Washington]--"Labor standards and war production," article for the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1942 August 5, 9 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 123 [Washington]--"War time: Notes for Man Power - Woman Power", [circa 1942, October], 6 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Notes on strike at the Chrysler Corporation, [1942? circa November], 1 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon) with a.n.


Box 123 n.p.--Notes on "Labor and social standards", [1943?], 15 a.p.


Box 123 Washington--"Three decades: a history of the Department of Labor," reprint, article in American Federationist, [1943 March], 4 p.p. (with a.n.), 2 p.docs


Box 123 Washington--Notes on overlap between the War Labor Board, War Production Board, and the Labor Department; reference to "Order of March 17, 1943" on determining wages of unclassified employees", [circa 1943 July], 7 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--"Labor's problems after the war, " in Tomorrow, 1945, 1943 November, 16 t.p. (carbon)


Box 123 Boston--"American workers and their future," Charles Street Forum address, 1943 November 28, 7 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 123 Washington--Report to the President on ten years' achievements in labor and social improvements, 1943 December 31, 56, 1 t.p. (carbon) with ms.n.


Box 123 Washington--Thoughts on "the Kingdom of God as a regulative principle for man and for Society", [circa 1944?], 11 a.p.


Box 123 Washington--Thoughts on: "...man is made for God. He must pass through earth by life on the way.", [circa 1944?], 9 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Outline for "A pattern for labor relations in the United States of America", [1944 January?], 2 t.p. (with a.n.), 3 t.p. (carbon: with a.n.)


Box 123 n.p.--Notes on religion, 1944 February-March, 1 Volumes; Loose-leaf notebook

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Box 123 [Washington]--"Memorandum on modern culture and its failure to absorb the machine...", 1944 September 21, 4, 4 t.p. (carbon), 1 a.p.

With a covering note


Box 123 v.p.--Notes on European Travel, 1945, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 123 [Washington]--Thoughts on mutual organization: machine organization has progressed more than social organization, [circa 1945?], 3 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington?]--Outline for talk on religion, "Christianity as applied to world matters, " "Problem of man, " etc., [circa 1945], 7 a.p.


Box 123 Boulder, Colo.--Address to the Colorado Federation of Labor, on the U.S. postwar program: press release, 1945 January 9, 3 t.p. (carbon: with a.n.)


Box 123 Boulder, Colo.--Extract from convocation address at the University of Colorado: press release, 1945 January 9, 4 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 123 [Denver]--Notes for address, January Jefferson Club luncheon, 1945 January 10, 2 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--"List of Accomplishments for F.D.R.", 1945 January 18, 2 t.p. (carbon copy)

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Box 123 [Washington]--"Postwar proposals," article from the American Association of University Women, [1945 Winter], 4 p.p.


Box 123 [Washington?]-- Notes for a dinner speech, "Philosophy of all have access to comfort and amenities which have been developed by applied science…", [circa 1945? March?], 5 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Statement on the radio, a tribute to President Roosevelt, 1945 April 13, 2 t.p. (ms. corrections)


Box 123 [Washington]--Material for the Thirty-third Annual Report of the Secretary of Labor, 1945 June 30, 1945 April 18, 6 t.p. (carbon), with a.n., 2 t.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on Employment Trends and Problems of Employment Policy", 1945 April 18, 1, 6 t.p.(carbon), 6, 1 t.p.(carbon)

Early draft copy with a. corrections, and final copy


Box 123 Washington--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on Industrial Relations and Work Stoppages", 1945 April 18, 1, 2, 5 t.p.(carbon)


Box 123 Washington--"Report to the President by the Secretary of Labor on labor standards and working conditions", 1945 April 18, 1, 9 t.p. (with a.n.s.)


Box 123 New York--"Address" to the Pen and Brush Club, 1945 April 19, 42 t.p.

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Box 123 [New York]-- Address to the Pen and Brush Club on her life in public office, selection, on hopes for the San Francisco Conference, [1945 April 19], 4 t.p., 4 t.p. (carbon)


Box 123 [Washington]--Notes on preparing to leave the cabinet, [1945 June?], 10 a.p.


Box 123 New York--"The tremendous challenge that we face," draft of article for the Reader's Digest, [1945 June], 4 a.p., 9 t.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Statement on the railway labor dispute in 1943, 1945 June 13, 6 t.p. (carbon), s.


Box 123 [Washington?]--Notes on "Gratification in America," concerning the United Mations charter", 1945 June 26, 6 a.p.


Box 123 [Washington]--Address, dinner in honor of Perkins, 1945 June 27, 7 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 123 Washington--Annual report of the Secretary of Labor, 1945 June 30, 31 t.p. (lith.)


Box 123 [Washington]--"A pattern for industrial relations, " with a.n.: "mailed to Geo. Bye on July 12, I945.", [1945 July 12], 1, 15, 2 t.p. (carbon) with a.n.


Box 123 [Quebec]--Outline, article on International Labor Organization, 1945 July 19, 8 t.p. (carbon), a.n.

Place may be New Castle, ME, rather than Quebec.


Box 123 n.p.--The Farnsworth Story of Bethel, [1945-1946], 2 a.p.

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Box 123A v.p.--Notes on religion, 1946-1954, 287 a.p.

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Box 123A [Washington?]--"Harry Hopkins, " obituary written by Miss Perkins for The Survey, [1946, circa February], 10 t.p. (carbon: with a.n.), 10 t.p. (carbon)


Box 123A [Washington?]--Article on Harry Hopkins for Survey Mid-monthly, "The people mattered", 1946 February, 1, 2 p.p


Box 123A Philadelphia--Notes for address to Woman's Auxiliary, "The role of the American community in today's world", 1946 September 13, 10, 2 a.p., 1 p. program


Box 123A Boston--Notes for address to W.T.U.L., "Roosevelt decade of labor legislation," with a printed article on "Responsibility in the economic system," with a.n. by Perkins, 1946 December14, 3 a.p., 1 clipping encl., 1 p.d.


Box 123A n.p.--Notes on religion, 1947, 1 Volumes; Notebook

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Box 123A [New York]--Notes for talk on the "Future of labor", [circa 1947?], 5 a.p.


Box 123A [Washington?]--Memo, initialed by Perkins, on an episode concerning Senator Millard Tydings, [circa 1947], 3 t.p.s.


Box 123A Washington--Address at Book and Author luncheon sponsored by the Washington Post, 1947 February 25, 10 t.p., 10 t.p. (carbon)


Box 123A Boston--Address, Boston College, "Future problems of labor", 1947 April 22, 24, 1 t.p. (with a. corrections)


Box 123A [Chicago?]--Address, National Congress of Parents and Teachers, on legislation concerning children, 1947 June 2, 9 t.p. (with a.notes)


Box 123A [Washington?]--Article, "Reflections on education," in The Federation Clubwoman, 1947 September, 4 p.p.


Box 123A n.p.--Notes on religion, 1947 December, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 124 [New York?]--Notes for a talk on State laws, [1948?], 3 a.p.


Box 124 [New York?]--Notes on the folly of permanent boards, [1948, circa January?], 9 a.p.


Box 124 New York--First in a series of St. Bede lectures, St. Thomas Church, "A Christian order of society", 1948 January 26, 30, 16 t.p


Box 124 New York--Notes for St. Bede lectures, 1948 January 26, February 2, 9, 15, 23, 44, 6, 13 a.p., 2 p.d


Box 124 [New York]--Notes for talks at St. Bede lectures, [1948 January 26-February 9], 11, 10, 8 a.p.


Box 124 New York--2nd in series of St. Bede lectures, St. Thomas Church, "The vocation of the laity", 1948 February 2, 40, 20 t.p.


Box 124 New York--3rd in series of St. Bede lectures, St. Thomas Church, "The good life, community and individual", 1948 February 9, 30, 18 t.p.


Box 124 Madison, Wis.--Address, Women's Self Government Association at the University of Wisconsin, 1948 February 24, 1 a.p., 21 t.p. (carbon: with a.n.), 11, 1 t.p. (mimeo)

First draft, with corrections, press release


Box 124 [Washington]--Notes on royalties received on her book, The Roosevelt I knew, 1948 March 12, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 124 [Washington?]--Article, Trade Union Courier, "Working for Washington, D.C.", 1948 March 22, 1p.p (incomplete)

First page only


Box 124 Washington--Congressional Report on Personnel management, 1949 February, 16, 2, 3 a.p., 1 t.p., p.d. with a.n. by Perkins

with a.n. by Perkins and ms.n. encl.


Box 124 [Washington?]--Review of Union and capitalism, by Charles E. Idndblom., 1949 October 28, 3 t.p. (carbon)


Box 124 Madison, Wis.--Notes for John B. Andrews Memorial symposium on labor legislation and social security, American Association for Labor Legislation, 1949 November 5, 14 a.p., p.d. with a.n.


Box 124 New York--Talk to Consumer's League on their 50th anniversary, 1949 December 9, 14 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 124 [New York]--Notes for talk to the Consumer's League on their 50th anniversary, [1949] December 9, 6 a.p.


Box 124 n.p.--Notes on religion, 1949-1951, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 124 [New York?]--Thoughts on the public servant, the mechanization of man, [195-], 6 a.p.


Box 124 [New York?]--Thoughts on working conditions and the basis of crime, [195-], 4 a.p.


Box 124 [New York?]--Notes on "The legality of Nazi actions", [1950, circa January], 10 a.p. (incomplete), encl.


Box 124 Amherst, Mass.--"Public services - a full society," address on Justice Harlan Stone, 1950 January 12, 14, 1 a.p.


Box 124 Detroit--Detroit Conference on The Church and economic life, 1950 Febuary 16-19, 1 a.p., 13 t.p. (a. corrections), 13 t.p.(carbon); 11t.p. (carbon, a. corrections); 8 a.p.; 7 t.d. (mimeo), a. corrections; 2 t.d. (mimeo), 2 p.d. covering docs., 1 covering t.l.s.

Drafts and mss. by Miss Perkins, as Discussion leader on Topic A, Economic motivation


Box 124 [Washington?]--"Public service as a career": University of Wisconsin address "reprocessed, and statistics brought up to date.", 1950 March, 9 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 124 [Princeton?]--Notes for lecture on the Roosevelt administration, [1950? March], 6 a.p., 2 t.p. (with a. corrections), 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 124 Princeton, N.J.--Notes for lecture in American civilization course, on the New Deal, 1950 March 8, 9 a.p.



Box 125 [Washington]--Laura Thompson memorial, notes for talk, agenda, 1950 April 10, 3 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 125 San Francisco--Material used in speeches before the Sixth Federal Personnel Management Conference, 1950 May 1-12, 3 a.p., 33 t.p., 6, 6 t.p. (mimeo)


Box 125 Washington--Notes for talk at the National Conference on Aging, with covering program and background material, 1950 August 15, 5 a.p., 2 t.p. (with a.n.), 21 t.p. (with a.n.), 2 t.p. (xerox)


Box 125 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes on individualism, personal administration, morale of Cornell students, etc., 1950 September 14 (?), 6 a.p.


Box 125 Chicago--Notes for address at Roosevelt College, with background material and press release, 1950 October 19, 3 a.p., 5 t.p. (with t.n.), 1, 4 t.p. (mimeo: 2 cops.), encl.


Box 125 New York--Address, 25th Anniversary Dinner, American Association of Social Workers, 1950 November 14, 3 folders; 7 t.p. (carbon), 7 t.p.

2 copies, and notes


Box 125 n.p.--Notes on the problem of older workers, [circa 1951], 5 a.p.


Box 125 n.p.--Notes for address on the relationship of man and God, [circa 1951], pp. 2-7, a.p., p.d. encl.


Box 125 Washington--Article, Washington Times-Herald, on the simplification of government administration, 1951 August 20, 1 p.p.


Box 125 v.p.--Notes on European Travel, 1952, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 125 [Washington]--Speech to the Washington League of Women Voters, On morality in government, [1952], 7 t.p. (with a. corrections), 1 a.p.

Incomplete


Box 125 [New York?]-- "Work of women is no large 'problem' as 1900,", [1952?], 4, 14, 7, 2 a.p., p. pamphlet encl.

3 sets of notes on women in industry


Box 125 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for two lectures at Cornell: "Problems in administration," and "What movement of social reform really was", [circa 1952], 8, 5, 1 a.p.

"probably a seminar for Faculty of ILR School at Ithaca"


Box 125 [Evanston, Ill.]--Notes before American Personnel and Guidance Association, Northwestern University, 1952 March 31, 2 t.p. (carbon), covering t.l


Box 125 n.p.--Notes on religion, 1952 March 31, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 125 [On board the S.S. America]--Suggestions re: U.S. Lines S.S. America et al., 1952 [circa August], 6 a.p.

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Box 125 Austin, Texas--Draft and notes for a talk at University of Texas (?), "Theory of history," with reference to Toynbee, 1952 [August 18], 12, 9 a.p.


Box 125 Austin, Texas--Notes for address, University of Texas, Great Issues Course, "Citizenship in time of crisis", 1952 October 2, 3, 3, 5, 18 a.p.; 1 p.d.; 3 t.p.


Box 125 n.p.--Notes for a talk, "Hazard of a rigid system", [circa 1953?], 4 a.p.


Box 125 Urbana, Ill.--On labor unions and security, [1953], 19 a.p.

With a.n., "Use some or all of this in my U. of Ill. book."


Box 125 [New York]--Lecture to "Query" [Luncheon Club] on her reminiscences, 1953 January 20, 17 t.p.

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Box 125 [Washington]--Papers on the Reorganization plan, no.5, 1949, for the Civil Service Commission, 1953 January 26, 1 t.p., 12 t.p. (carbon)


Box 125 [Washington]--Review of Matthew Josephson's Sidney Hillman, 1953 January 31, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon), 3 p.p., 4 t.l.s. (covering), lp.d.

t.d. with ms. corrections, printed in The Nation


Box 125 [Washington?]--Notes for an address about Max Meyer, 1953 February 19, 17 a.p.


Box 125 [Urbana, Ill.]--"American labor during the War", [1953 April], 21 a.p.

Draft, address at the University of Illinois.


Box 125 [Urbana, Ill.]--First in a series of lectures at the University of Illinois, "Labor and the New Deal", 1953 [April 13], 34, 30, 15, 24, 4 a.ll.; 26 t.l. (with 3, 5 a.ll. inserted, a. corrections), 32 t.p. (carbon, a. corrections)


Box 125 [Urbana, Ill.?]--Notes on "Textile strike after N.R.A.", [1953? April 13], 4 a.p.


Box 125 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Political pressures on a Federal administrator", [1953 April 16], 33 t.p. (carbon, with ms. corrections)

Draft of 2nd lecture at University of Illinois


Box 125 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Split in the labor movement", [1953 April 20], 9, 2, 106 a.p.; 30 t.p. (with a. corrections)

Drafts of 3rd lecture at University of Illinois



Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"The planning and development of the Social Security program", [1953 April 22], 2 a.p., 3 t.p.(carbon), 1 p.d.(with a.n.)

Notes for 4th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Labor and Social Security", [1953 April 27], 93 p. (52 a.p., 41 t.p.with a. corrections)

Draft of 5th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"The changing cabinet", 1953 April 30, 34 t.p. (carbon, with a.corrections)

Typescript of 6th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"New ideas in civil service systems", [1953 May 1], 34 t.p. (carbon, with ms.n.)

7th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Strikes and government action", [1953 May 4], 7 a.p., 31 t.p. (with a. corrections)

8th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"The loyalty program in government service", [1953 May 6], 33 t.p. (carbon, with ms.n.)

9th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Labor Department as agency of government", [1953 May 11], 19 t.p. (carbon); 6 a.p., 9 t.p. (6 carbon); 7 t.p. (with a.corrections), 10 a.p., 30 t.p. (with a.corrections), 11 t.p. (with a.corrections), 65 a.p., 24 t.p. (carbon, with a.corrections)

11th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Opportunities for social workers in the Federal Government", [1953 May 12], 6 a.p., 3t.p. (pp. 7-9), 7 t.p.(carbon), 4 p.d.

12th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 Urbana, Ill.--"The Roosevelt I knew", 1953 May 14, 36, 1 a.p., 35 t.p. (carbon: pp.1-27, 39-36)

13th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Responsibilities of labor in a democratic society", 1953 May 18, 15, 56, 3, 3 a.ll. 27 t.p. (with ms.corrections), 1 clipping, 1 p.d. encl.

14th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.]--"Proposals for the re-organization of the central personnel agency in the National Government", [1953] May 18, 34 t.p. (carbon, with ms.n.)

15th lecture at University of Illinois


Box 126 Jacksonville, Ill.--Notes for address at MacMurray College, "The Toynbee theory of history", 1953 May 31, 13 a.p., 1 p.d.


Box 126 Chicago--"Social Security", 1953 November, 5, 1 a.p

Draft of lecture at University of Chicago


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.?]--Notes on "Democratic women," on an Al Smith campaign, [1953? November], 6 a.p.


Box 126 [Chicago?]--Notes on the history of the American labor movement, [circa 1953 November], 12 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 126 [Urbana, Ill.?]--"Politics of N[ew] D[eal]," notes for speech at the University of Illinois (?), [1953?] November 1, 10, 4 a.p.


Box 126 [Washington?]--"Speech at Marshall Dinner," on his receiving the Nobel Prize, [1953? December], 11 a.p.

Draft of her speech


Box 126 [Chicago?]--First draft (?) of review of The secret diary of Harold Ickes, printed in Atlantic December 1953, [1953 December], 6 t.p. (Carbon: with a. corrections)



Box 127 [New York]--Notes on "Query" [Luncheon Club], 1954 January 19, 16 a.p.

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Box 127 [Chicago?]--Article, The Social Science Review, "My recollections of Florence Kelley", 1954 March, 20, 7 a.p., 14 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.), 7p. printed proof, 8 p.p.

Draft, proof, and final copy


Box 127 [Urbana, Ill.?]--Notes for talk at University of Illinois (?), the need for faith in liberty and responsibility, [1954? November?], 9 a.p.


Box 127 Madison, Wis.--Hillman lecture at the University of Wisconsin, "The role of trade unions in the period ahead" - I, 1954 November 15, 32 t.p. (with ms.notes), 32 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.), t.l.s. 1 p., 3 a.p.


Box 127 Madison, Wis.--Hillman lecture at the University of Wisconsin, "The role of trade unions in the period ahead" - II, 1954 November 15, 14 a.p., 32 t.p.(2 carbon copies, 1 with a.n.), 4 t.p. (lith.), notebook (19 a.ll.)


Box 127 Urbana, Ill.--Notes for lecture, University of Illinois, "Labor in elections: the post mortems", 1954 November 21, 12 a.p., 2 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)


Box 127 n.p.--Notes on the invasion of a person's privacy, "Total disregard of the innate rights of man," with p. material on government security, [1955?], 2 a.p., clipping, 1 p. pamphlet


Box 127 n.p.--Notes, "Public disrepute of 'Professor doctrine' - Intellectual - Egg-head", [1955?], 4 a.p.


Box 127 [Northampton, Mass.]--Notes for talk at Smith College, "Franklin Roosevelt has been dead 10 years...", [1955], 7 a.p., 1 t.p. (carbon)


Box 127 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Outline for a talk, "A period - History and Social Order called the New Deal", [1955?], 5 a.p.


Box 127 Washington--Notes for memo to Dean Albertson, in connection with her Memoirs, at Columbia University Oral History Project, [circa 1955], 12 a.p.


Box 127 [Chicago]--Notes for lecture at Roosevelt University, "Memoranda of the Roosevelt era", 1955 February 1, 10 a.p. (1 p.missing)


Box 127 Swarthmore, Pa.--Notes for talk at Swarthmore College, "Franklin Roosevelt dead ten years now", 1955 February 17, 2 a.p.


Box 127 New York--Notes on talk to Alumni of Cornell, and "Head Mistress notes", 1955 March 1 and 1959 April 11, 1 notebook 16 a.ll. (21 a.p.), 8, 4 a.p.


Box 127 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for talk at Cornell, on the New Deal, 1955 May, 3, 1 a.p


Box 127 [New York?]--Statement on the function of unemployment insurance, Employment Security Review, 1955 August, 1 p.p.


Box 127 [Washington?]--Draft for address on American public welfare, 1955 December 1, 7 a.p.


Box 127 v.p.--Notes on European Travel, 1956, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 127 v.p.--Notes on European Travel, [1956], 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 127 Salzburg--Salzburg seminar, "The domestic policies of the New Deal, an historical survey," notes for lectures by Perkins., 1956 March 18, 20, 24, 27, 29, 31, April 3, 5, 7, 89 a.ll. (144 a.p.), 4 .ll loose


Box 127 Salzburg--Salzburg seminar, Topics for seminar, References and assigned readings, Notes for discussion, 1956 March 21-April 13, Notebook, 44. a.ll. (67a.p.)


Box 127 Salzburg, Ithaca, N.Y.--Lecture notes, Salzburg seminar; Cornell seminar on labor union history and administration (in March), 1956 April 10, 12 and 1957 March 13, 30, Notebook, 59 a.ll. (104 a.p.), 3 a.ll. loose (5 a.p.)


Box 127 Bologna--University of Bologna lecture, "Social and political effects of Roosevelt administration", 1956 May 17, notebook, 33 ll.

a. draft


Box 127 [Chicago?]--Notes for talk at Rocky Hill School, "Human value of educated child", 1956 November 18, 8 a.p.


Box 127 [New York?]--Review, Derber and Young, Labor and the New Deal, notes, [1957?], 7 a.p.



Box 127A Hamilton, N.Y.--General introduction, schedules, etc., concerning course on American ideals at Colgate, 1957 January 16, 3, 7, 4, 5 t.p.(lith), with a.n.


Box 127A Hamilton, Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft of address at Colgate University, "The New Deal: political phenomenon of the 30's; draft of address at Cornell, "Collective bargaining under the N.R.A."; draft of Cornell address, "Origins of N. Labor Relations Act & Bd."; draft of Cornell seminar, "Background of Social Security legislation", 1957 January 16, February 15, 28, March 13, 1 notebook, 47 ll. (24, 12, 19, 12 a.p.); 8 a.p. encl.


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lectures, "Political problems of the New Deal period", 1957 February 6, 28 t.p. (a.n. by Perkins), 6, 9 a.p.

Notes and typescript


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (1st) "Labor union history and administration", 1957 February 6, 67 t.p., 11 ms.p

Outline, typescript from tape, with a.n.


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture, "Labor and the government," notes; also, notes for discussion at the President's Club, 7 p., and a declaration of imports on Perkin's return from Europe, 5 p., 1957 February 6, 13, [20], March 6, and [September? 1956], 1 notebook, 35 a.ll. (7, 13, 11, 9, 10, 5 a.p.)


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (2nd), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 February 13, 7 ms.p., 39 t.p. (carbon)

Outline, typescript from tape


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture, 1957 February 13, 28 t.p. (with a.n.)

Typescript from notes


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (3rd), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 February 20, 27 t.p. (ms.corrections)

Typescript from tape


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (3rd), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 February 20, 6 ms.p. (in another hand, with a.n. by Perkins), 38 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Outline, typescript from tape


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes, Cornell lecture series, "What happened to the NRA?", 1957 February 20, 27, March 6, 23 a.p.


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture, "Protective labor legislation", 1957 February 21, 19 a.l. (8, 25 a.p.), 1 loose a.p.

Draft, additional notes


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (4th), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 February 27, 2, 7 ms.p., 34 t.p., 34 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Outline, typescript from tape


Box 127A [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Cornell lecture, "Origins of the National Labor Relations Act", [1957 February 27], 51 a.p.

Notes


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (5th), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 March 6, 1, 6 ms.p., 38 t.p. (with a.n.) 38 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Outline, typescript from tape (Collective bargaining)


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for lectures at Cornell, the Faculty seminar, and the Graduate Club in ILR, on Administration of the Labor Department, and Administrative probems in the Roosevelt era, 1957 March 7, 12, Notebook, 26, 6 a.p., 1 a.p.


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (6th), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 March 13, 13 ms.p., 41 t.p. (a.n.), 41 t.p. (carbon, a.n.)

Outline, typescript from tape (Social Security)



Box 127 Salzburg, Ithaca, N.Y.--Lecture notes, Salzburg seminar; Cornell seminar on labor union history and administration (in March), 1956 April 10, 12 and 1957 March 13, 30, Notebook, 59 a.ll. (104 a.p.), 3 a.ll. loose (5 a.p.)

Filed chronologically under 1956 April 10, 12



Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture on collective bargaining, notes, 1957 March 19, 6 a.p.


Box 127A Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (7th), "Labor union history...", 1957 March 20, 35 t.p., 35 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Typescript from tape (Fair Labor Standards Act)


Box 127A Madison, Wis.--Symposium on government and labor, Memorial Union, in honor of Edwin E. Witte, 1957 March 27, 19 a.p., p.program with a.n.

Perkins' notes on the program and draft of her talk



Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notebook, Cornell seminar lectures, (8th-9th), "Labor union history...", drafts, with outline and typescript of the 8th lecture, with a.n., 1957 April 3, 10, 37, 26 a.p.; 5, 1 a.p., 14 ms.p., 35 t.p. (with a.corrections), 35 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture, "The impact of Roosevelt on American thought", 1957 April 5, Notebook, 81 a.p., 1 a.p.

Draft


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (9th), "Labor union history…", 1957 April 10, 17, 24, Notebook, 32, 4 a.p., 1 loose a.p., 41 t.p., 41 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Typescript from tape (Beginning of War Period)


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (10th), "Labor union history...", [1957 April 17], 9, 1 a.p., 23 t.p. 23 t.p. (carbon, with a.n.)

Notes, transcript from tape (Race relations during War)


Box 128 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Cornell lecture,"Labor and Social Security", [1957] April 27, 12 a.p.

Draft


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar lecture (12th), "Labor union history and administration", 1957 May 1, 19, Notebook, 18, 12, 15 a.p.; 1 a.p., 26 t.p. (with a.n.)

Typescript from tape


Box 128 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Review, Robert H. Bremner, From the depths, for American Public Welfare Association, 1957 October, 2, 2 t.p. (carbon), 1 t.p., p.d. 2p. (2 cops.), covering letter


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell - government intervention in labor dispute, child labor legislation, title administration of U.S. Labor Department, 1957 November, December and 1958 April 29, May 20, Notebook containing speech notes, 41 a.ll.


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts of three Cornell lectures on the New Deal and the rise of the CIO, 1957 November 4, 6, 8, Notebook, 29, 12 a.p.; 5 a.p.


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture on Social Security, 1957 November 5, 22 t.p. (with a. corrections)


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture, "Depression," in Labor history course, notes, 1957 November 6, 1 notebook, 15 a.l. .(24 a.p.), 3 a.p.


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture on Social Security, draft and t.copy; draft of lecture on "Collective bargaining & the New Deal - New Deal policy and collective bargaining", 1957 November 12 and 1959 October 11, 1 notebook, 14 a.l. (6, 10 a.p.), 24 t.p.


Box 128 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for lecture at Cornell (?) on Al Smith, [1957 November 22?], 10, 7 a.p.


Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for lecture at Cornell, "The Al Smith I knew.", 1957 November 22, 1 notebook, 20 a.l. (11, 24 a.p.)


Box 128 Aurora, N.Y., Washington, an Urbana, Ill.--Draft for talk at Wells College, "The rise of labor in USA"; "Notes for C.L. [Consumer's League ?]"; Draft of University of Illinois talk, "Social legislation: the past and the future", 1957 December 11 and 1958 October 17, 1 notebook, 23 ll. (21, 2, 8 a.p.)



Box 129 [Urbana, Ill.]--Notes for review or articles about a book on President Roosevelt by Frank Freidel and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., [circa 1958], 22 a.p.


Box 129 [Urbana, Ill.?]--Notes for talk on Al Smith, [1958?], 12 a.p.


Box 129 n.p.--Notes on religion, 1958 February, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 129 New York, Urbana, Ill.., and Ithaca, N.Y.--Outlines for addresses at: New York, Fortnightly Club, February 17, "New aspects of labor problems"; Urbana, Ill., November 11, "History of Fair Labor Standards Act"; Cornell, "New Deal labor legislation.", 1958 February 17, November 11, December 8, 45 a.ll. in 1 notebook; 3, 1 a.p., clippings, p. cat.


Box 129 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for lecture at Cornell (?) on the history of labor legislation, [1958 (?) April 29], 10 a.p.

See Also: 1957 November, December


Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft and typed outline of Cornell Graduate Seminar lecture, "The rise and establishment of the CIO"; draft of lecture, November 9, 1960, "Roosevelt period: The war years, 1939 or 40-45.", 1958 May 6 and 1960 November 9, 1 notebook, 22, 3, 9 a.p., 2 t.p.

The second item (May 13, 1958) removed and catalogued and filed under that date.


Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft and t. copy of speech at Cornell Conference on The economic climate and collective bargaining, 1958, "Collective bargaining in the Roosevelt era - 1933-45", 1958 May 8, 13, 1 a.p., 6 t.p., 1 p.d


Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell seminar, "Labor in World War II", 1958 May 13, 9 a.p., 2 t.p.


Box 129 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes and part of a course outline for Cornell Seminar, 1958 [May 20], 2 a.p., 1 t.p. (lith.)

See Also: 1957 November-December


Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Address at Cornell, draft and outline: "FDR as a permanent factor in American life", 1958 May 27, 1 notebook, 6 a.p., 16 a.p.


Box 129 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Course outline on Minimum Wage Legislation, with notes on lectures, [1958? October?], 2 t.p. (carbon) with a.n.


Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture notes on the development of the New Deal and the Roosevelt administration, 1958 October, 3 a.p.


Box 129 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Draft, "2nd lecture, History of labor movement after Civil War" (Cornell?), [1958? October?], 8 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--Notes for talks at University of Illinois, "Background of Social Security", 1958 October 9, 15, Notebook, 34 , 8 a.p., 7 a.p. loose


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--A. draft of the first of a series of lectures: The role and impact of the McClellan Committee, 1958 October 21, Notebook, 27 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--A. draft of the second lecture: Lawyers as government officials, 1958 October 22, Notebook, 11, 2 a.p.


Box 129 [Urbana, Ill.]--Notes for the third lecture: Governor Al Smith of New York: Political scientist or lost leader?, [1958 October 23], 10 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--A. draft for the fourth lecture: History and passage of the Social Security Act, 1958 October 28, 6 a.p.


Box 129 [Urbana, Ill.]--Notes for talk at University of Illinois, on the roots of the New Deal, [1958? October 28], 21 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--A. notes for the fifth lecture; Political figures I have known, 1958 [October 30], 29 a.p., 8 a.p. on 4 env.


Box 129 [Urbana, Ill.]--Notes on talk (?) on union arbitration, [circa 1958 November], 10 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--Address at St. John the Evangelist, Urbana: "The church in time of need," with additional notes on religion, 1958 November, Notebook, 8, 14 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--Notes for talk at University of Illinois: "The role of the cabinet - McKinley to Eisenhower", 1958 November 4, 12 a.p.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--Notes for the sixth and the ninth lectures: The ILO and the politics of American participation, and, A comparison of the Roosevelts: TR and FDR; with notes for a talk at Columbia University, 1958 November 6, 18, Notebook, 56 a.l. (26, 7, 6, 31, 8 a.p.), 33, 9 loose a.l.


Box 129 Urbana, Ill.--Notes for the eighth lecture: The function of a federal Department of Labor, 1958 November 13, 3 a.p.


Box 129 Washington, D.C.--Draft of a talk on AFL-CIO, "Anniversary occasion...", 1958 December 4, 6, 3, 6, 3 a.p.


Box 129 Cortland, N.Y.--Draft of talk at New York State Teachers College: "Labor standards in America.", 1958 December 10, 12 a.p.



Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Thoughts: "There will always be a residue of people who haven't enough to meet the necessities of life...", [1959?], 1 a.p.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes on labor during World War II, [1959?], 9 a.p.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes on the history of labor unions in the United States, [1959?], 5 a.p.


Box 130 [New York]--"Thoughts for the Fair", 1959, 6 a.p.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes on her schedule at Cornell, 1959 February 20, 3 a.p.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Review of Schlesinger's The coming of the New Deal, 1959 March, 2, 3, 4, 6, 20 a.p., 10 t.p. (carbon), 3, 4 p.p.

Various drafts, and as printed in The Atlantic


Box 130 Northampton, Mass., Ithaca. N.Y--Notes on "The McBane Family," address at Smith College on "The New Deal and labor improvement, " at Cornell on "Problems in administration of labor policy," and 2nd part, "Prevention of poverty in U.S.", 1959 March 2, November 17, 1 notebook, 14, 10, 5, 9 a.ll.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Cornell (?) lecture: "Loyalty sums up the whole of moral law", [1959 March 12 (?)], 7, 2 a.p.



Box 127 New York--Notes on talk to Alumni of Cornell, and "Head Mistress notes", 1955 March 1 and 1959 April 11, 1 notebook 16 a.ll. (21 a.p.), 8, 4 a.p.

Filed chronologically under 1955 March 1.



Box 130 Clinton, N.Y.--Draft of Hamilton College address: "Future of trade unions", 1959 April 16, Notesbook, 36 a.p.


Box 130 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for a talk, presenting Barbara Ward as Danforth Lecturer at Cornell, 1959 [April 21], 4 a.p.

Partly written on a mimeo vita of Miss Ward


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for a course outline, Cornell graduate seminar on Labor history in the U.S., 1959 September, 6 a.p.


Box 130 Kennebunkport, Me.--Drafts for address at International Association of Governmental Labor Officials Convention: "The IAGLO - past, present, and future", 1959 September 10, 7, 10 a.p., 15 t.p.

With "Suggestions" from Clara M. Beyer (6, 3, 6 t.p.)


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Article on the death of Ethel Van BenThuyser, from the Times Union (of Ithaca?), 1959 September 24, 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)

2 cops., original with a. corrections



Box 128 Ithaca, N.Y.--Cornell lecture on Social Security, draft and t.copy; draft of lecture on "Collective bargaining & the New Deal - New Deal policy and collective bargaining", 1957 November 12 and 1959 October 11, 1 notebook, 14 a.l. (6, 10 a.p.), 24 t.p.

Filed chronologically under 1957 November 12



Box 130 Cleveland, Ohio--Draft for address to Women's Society on Foreign Affairs, "Development of significance of Social legislation to American society", 1959 October 14, 24, 6, 1 a.p.


Box 130 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes and course outline for proposed UCLA course for 1960-I961, 1959 November, 11 a.p., 1 t.p.(with a.n.)


Box 130 Candor, Ithaca, N.Y.--Speech notes: "Risley (?) Community Club, Candor, N.Y., November 9, 1959," on the changing world; "Dean McConnell's class freshman, November 12, 1959: Background of S[ocial] S[ecurity] Legislation in U.S.", 1959 November 9, 12, 24 a.ll., 5 loose a.p.


Box 130 Northampton, Mass., Ithaca. N.Y--Notes on "The McBane Family," address at Smith College on "The New Deal and labor improvement, " at Cornell on "Problems in administration of labor policy," and 2nd part, "Prevention of poverty in U.S.", 1959 March 2, November 17, 1 notebook, 14, 10, 5, 9 a.ll.

Filed chronologically under 1959 March 2.


Box 130 Ithaca, N.Y.--Part of an extempore address to IRRA at Cornell: "Problem of Administration in Labor Field", 1959 December, 6 a.p.


Box 130 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts for lectures to Graduate Seminar on Labor History in the U.S., Cornell, "The period 1900-1930's, " and "The 1930's and their significance", 1959 December 11, 18, Notebook, 63, 12 a.p., 22 loose a.p.


Box 130 New York--Draft for a book review of The human side of FDR, Richard Harrity and Ralph Martin, 1960; and notes on interview yith Governor Lehman on Al Smith, 1960, Notebook, 14, 2, 32 a.p., 1 loose a.p.


Box 130 n.p.--Notes for President Kennedy, [1960], 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 130 New York, Syracuse, N.Y--Draft of address to Overseas Club, New York City, "The popularity of pictorial history," draft of address at Syracuse University, "Course of Social Studies", 1960 January, February 12, Notebook, 28 a.p.


Box 130 Albany, Los Angeles--Notes for address to Democratic Women in Albany; Miscellaneous notes; Notes for 3rd and 4th lectures on "Labor under the New Deal" at UCLA, 1960 Feburary 29 and 1963 March 31, April 7, Notebook, 10 a.p., 4, 12, 21 a.p. (pagination from the back), 1 loose a.p., 1 p. doc.



Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Correspondence, bibliography, and miscellaneous notes concerning the series, "Poverty and its relief", 1960 [March 24, etc.], 35 a.p., 5 t.p., 2 t.p., 2 t.p. (carbon)


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--"Poverty and its relief" series of lectures, of which this is the first, 1960 March 24, Notebook, 2, 71 a.p., 7 loose a.p., 26 t.p. (with ms. notes), 9, 12, 5 a.p., 21, 4 a.ll., 3 t.p.

Miss Perkins' draft and typescript made from her lecture


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Second and third lectures in the series, "Poverty and its relief", 1960 [March 31, April 7], Notebook, 44, 27 a.p., 11, 8a.p., 27 t.p.

Notebook contains Miss Perkins' draft of both lectures, but the remaining materia lincludes only the second lecture. See Also: 1960 April 7.


Box 131 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Third lecture in "Poverty and its relief", [1960 April 7], 19 a.p., 28 t.p.

Draft and typescript. See also: Notebook in folder, 1960 March 31.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--4th lecture in "Poverty and its relief" series, 1960 [April 14], Notebook, 53 a.p., 17, 16, 10, 13 a.p., 26 t.p.

Draft, notes, and typescript


Box 131 [New York?]--Notes for talk at All Saints Church, 1960 May 15, 11 a.p.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--"One sixth of a nation," in ILR Research, 1960 Summer, 8, 1 p.p.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for talk on "R[ail] R[oad] women," Cornell University, 1960 September, 4 a.p.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Address at Cornell, "Origins of Social Security Act in U.S.A.," on the 25th anniversary of the act; notes on invention of insurance; various personal notes, notes on workman's compensation, 1960 October 13, 19, 8 ll. in notebook, 3 loose ll. (26, 9, 5 a.p.)


Box 131 Buffalo, N.Y.--"Impact of Roosevelt on American thought", [1960] October 21, 15, 1 a.p.


Box 131 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for Cornell lecture on the New Deal, [1960? October 24?], 3 a.p.


Box 131 Princeton--Notes for talk at Quadrangle Club, Princeton, [1960] October 31, 6 a.p.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for Cornell lecture on the New Deal, 1960 November 2, 7 a.p.


Box 131 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft of lecture at Cornell on the N.R.A.; notes for another address at the end of the book, also on N.R.A., 1960 November 8, Notebook, 12, 11 a.p., 3 loose a.p.



Box 129 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft and typed outline of Cornell Graduate Seminar lecture, "The rise and establishment of the CIO"; draft of lecture, November 9, 1960, "Roosevelt period: The war years, 1939 or 40-45.", 1958 May 6 and 1960 November 9, 1 notebook, 22, 3, 9 a.p., 2 t.p.

This is file is filed chronologically under 1958 May 6. The second item (May 13, 1958) removed and catalogued and filed under that date.



Box 131 New York City, South Bend, Ind.--Draft of talk on the Presidential election; Draft of address at Notre Dame University, O'Hara Lecture, "Freedom from want: the social outlook on poverty", 1960 November 9, 17, Notebook, 3, 34 a.p., 2 loose t.p.


Box 131 [New York]--"Ideas for Historical Association Meeting", 1960 December 28, Notebook, 3, 9 a.p.



Box 132 Ithaca, N.Y.-- Review of Felix Frankfurter reminiscences, by Harlan B. Phillips, in the Cornell Law Quarterly, 1961, 18 a.p., 6, 6p.p.

First draft and printed copies


Box 132 [New York]--Notes for talk, "Compromises of the US Constitution", [1961], 11 a.p.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Review of Bernstein's The lean years, in The New Leader, 1961 January 23, 11 ms.p., 2 p.p.

With a background ms. by student assistant


Box 132 Northfield, Minn.; New York--Draft of seminar, Carlton College, "American studies,"; draft of convocation, Carlton College, "Social legislation - American way"; draft of talk to Cornell Alumnae Women, New York City, "Problems in labor relations", 1961 January 5, 6, February 25, Notebook, 55 a.p.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Cornell seminar on Collective bargaining; comments by Miss Perkins on students' papers, [1961, circa March], 2, 3 t.p.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Draft for addresses at Cornell, on the anniversary of the "Triangle fire," and a Seminar on Collective bargaining, [1961 March 24 and Spring term], Notebook, 8, 14 a.p.


Box 132 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft of address, "New Deal and Labor legislation", [1961?] May 11, Notebook, 15 a.p.


Box 132 Binghamton, N.Y., Providence, R.I.--Binghamton, N.Y., "Labor management problems"; Brown University, Providence, R.I., "Women in the political field"; n.p., n.d., "Women and employment in U.S.A.", 1961 July 8 and 1963 October, and undated, Notebook, 15 a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes for talk on NRA, [1961 September], 4 a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes for talk to Princeton Seminar on the New Deal, 1961 September 26, 4 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes for Princeton seminar, "Democracy and Society", [1961 September 27], 10 a.p.


Box 132 [New York]--Notes for review of The Roosevelt Revolution (Harcpurt, 1959), [1961, circa October?], 6 a.p., 1 ms.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes for lecture in Princeton Seminar, "Labor and the New Deal", [1961 October 3?], 7, 13 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton, Ithaca, N.Y.]--Schedule of student papers for Princeton Seminar; "Remarks to Faculty Meeting, Cornell, Friday the 10th [November]"; Priceton seminar, "Power policy in New Deal"; Princeton seminar, "Gold standard"; Lecture at Cornell, "Labor legislation of New Deal", [1961] October 4-5, 10, 31, November 10 and 1962 April 30, Notebook, 10, 9, 11, 5, 22, 3 a.p., 1 a.p. loose


Box 132 Princeton--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal, 1961 October 10, 9, 16 a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal, 1961 October 17, 7 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal: Pre-conceived ideas of New Deal, 1961 October 17, 4 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal: Relief in early New Deal and later developments, [1961] October 18, 6, 4 a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Plans for Princeton class, Seminar on the New Deal, with notes about numbers of students, etc., subjects for papers, etc., 1961 October 24, etc., Notebook, 20 a.p


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal, 1961 October 25, 7 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, lecture on the history of workers and machines, [1961 November], 7 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal, [1961] November 7, 9 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal: Comments on NRA report, [1961 November 7?], 4, 2 a.p.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Draft for Cornell lecture on the New Deal, 1961 November 10, 6 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Schedule for Princeton seminar; Notes, Seminar on NLRA; Notes, Seminar on anti-New Deal writers; Notes, Labor and the New Deal seminar; Notes, Seminar on New Deal foreign policy, [1961] November 14, 22, 28, December 5, Notebook, 2, 6, 5, 22, 8 a.p.,6 loose a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal, [1961] November 14-15, 5 a.p.


Box 132 [Princeton]--Notes, Princeton seminar on the New Deal: on foreign affairs, [1961 December 5?], 4 a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes, Princeton seminar: fiscal policy, public works, Roosevelt, 1961 December 12, 13, 20, Notebook, 9, 14, 5 a.p., 3 loose a.p.


Box 132 Princeton--Notes, Princeton seminar: Social Security, and, Roosevelt: what manner of man was he?, 1961 December 19, 20, Notebook, 14, 9, 1 a.p.


Box 132 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for Cornell lecture: "Labor leaders I have known", 1962, Notebook, 48 a.p., 16, 6, loose a.p.


Box 132 Ithaca, N.Y.--Address at Cornell to an Institute sponsored by the New York State Coll. of Home Economics, "The impact of the employment of women on industry and business", 1962 April 12, 2 a.p., 11, 4 p.p.

Notes, text of the address, and questions from the audience


Box 132 [Princeton, Ithaca, N.Y.]--Schedule of student papers for Princeton Seminar; "Remarks to Faculty Meeting, Cornell, Friday the 10th [November]"; Priceton seminar, "Power policy in New Deal"; Princeton seminar, "Gold standard"; Lecture at Cornell, "Labor legislation of New Deal", [1961] October 4-5, 10, 31, November 10 and 1962 April 30, Notebook, 10, 9, 11, 5, 22, 3 a.p., 1 a.p. loose

Filed chronologically under 1961 October 4-5.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for an address on the "Kennedy program", [1962? May?], 6, 2 a.p.


Box 132 Chicago--Notes for address to "Parents & teachers" on "what is education?", [1962?] June 2


Box 132 [New York]--Notes for talk in tribute to Eleanor Roosevelt, before the Girl Scouts, [1962, circa November], 10, 16, 5 a.p., 1 t.p.


Box 132 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes for talk on Al Smith and Franklin D. Roosevelt, [1962? November], 7 a.p.



Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes for talk on the rise of reformers in labor, [1963?], 2 a.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes for talk, "Women in [the] labor force", [1963?], 7 a.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for address on "Women in politics", 1963 [Spring], 9 a.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Typescript of notes of Miss Perkins' lecture on "Labor in American society," with her corrections and additions, [1963 Spring], 6 t.p.


Box 133 [Princeton?]--Lecture notes,"What was essential effect or influence of New Deal on Labor [and] Labor problems?", [1963] January 14, 6, 1 a.p.


Box 133 Los Angeles--Notes, first lecture in UCLA series, "Labor under the New Deal and the New Frontier", 1963 March 17, 10, 12, 7 a.p., 6 ms.p., 27 t.p. (with ms.corrections), 23 t.p. (carbon, with ms. corrections), 17 t.p. (with a. corrections, and a covering letter)

With ms.notes from the lecture, typescript of tape, and revised draft.


Box 133 Los Angeles--Notes, second lecture in UCLA series, 1963 March 24, 8 a.p., notebook with 51 a.p., 4 ms.p., 34 t.p. (with ms. corrections)

With typescript from tape of the lecture, and ms. notes from the lecture



Box 130 Albany, Los Angeles--Notes for address to Democratic Women in Albany; Miscellaneous notes; Notes for 3rd and 4th lectures on "Labor under the New Deal" at UCLA, 1960 Feburary 29 and 1963 March 31, April 7, Notebook, 10 a.p., 4, 12, 21 a.p. (pagination from the back), 1 loose a.p., 1 p. doc.

Filed chronologicallyunder 1960 February 29.



Box 133 Los Angeles--Draft of third lecture in UCLA series, 1963 March 31, Notebook, 19 a.p.; 5 ms.p., 28 t.p. (with ms.corrections), 9 a.p.

With ms.notes from the lecture, and typescript from the tape; a.n. on preparing the ms. for print



Box 130 Albany, Los Angeles--Notes for address to Democratic Women in Albany; Miscellaneous notes; Notes for 3rd and 4th lectures on "Labor under the New Deal" at UCLA, 1960 Feburary 29 and 1963 March 31, April 7, Notebook, 10 a.p., 4, 12, 21 a.p. (pagination from the back), 1 loose a.p., 1 p. doc.

Filed chronologicallyunder 1960 February 29.



Box 133 Los Angeles--Notes, for fourth lecture in UCLA series, 1963 April 7, Notebook, 28 a.p.; 3, 7, 3 a.p., 28 t.p. (with ms. corrections)

With ms.n. taken during the lecture and t. copy from the tape


Box 133 [Washington]--"Washington speech," on making exits for public buildings safer, [1963, May 20?], 14 a.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for lecture on the beginning of the NRA, [circa 1963 July], 5 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Lecture notes for summer Telluride course on the New Deal, 1963 [July], 6 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for Cornell lecture, "How did N[ew] D[eal] Program develop?", 1963 July 17, 4 a.p.



Box 132 Binghamton, N.Y., Providence, R.I.--Binghamton, N.Y., "Labor management problems"; Brown University, Providence, R.I., "Women in the political field"; n.p., n.d., "Women and employment in U.S.A.", 1961 July 8 and 1963 October, and undated, Notebook, 15 a.p.

Filed chronologically under 1961 July 8.



Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Notes for Cornell lecture: "How we handled strikes", 1963 November 19, 9, 8 a.p.., 1 ms.p. encl.


Box 133 New York--Notes, for talk on how life has changed, [1964], 6, 3 a.p.


Box 133 [Los Angeles?]--Notes for address, "Failure to keep 1) Rule of life...", 1964 March 29, 4 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Farley Seminar on the New Deal, at Telluride (Cornell), 1964 April 11, Notebook, 11, 7 a.p., 8 a.p.


Box 133 Williamstown, Mass.--Outline for New Deal course at Williams College; with notes for lecture, 1964 April 30, 2 t.p. (with a.n.), 3 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for lectures at Telluride (Cornell) on the New Deal, 1964 July, Notebook, 3, 18 a.p.; 1 a.p., 6 t.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Two copies of outline for a course (ILR 606?) and Reserve reading list, with a.notes, [1964 Fall], 3, 3, 2 t.p. (with a.n.)


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes for talk on New Deal; for a lecture at Cornell?, 1964 September, 4 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts for Cornell lectures on "Labor and government, 1927-1947" with a.n., 1964 September 23, October 14, 27, 28, Notebook, 10, 8, 4, 12 a.p.; 5, 17, 4 a.p.


Box 133 v.p.--A series of articles by Miss Perkins, "Working it out", 1964 October-November, 30 pieces, news clippings

Includes 6 different articles as they appear in different newpapers


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts for Cornell lectures: "Labor and government, 1927-1947", 1964 October 28, December 16 and 1965 January 6, 13, 20, Notebook, 5, 13, 3, 2, 3, a.p., and 7 a.p., 6, a.p.

Continuation of previous October 28 lecture


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.?]--Notes on the history of American politics - "Has the LEFT disappeared from American Politics?", [circa 1964 November?], 12 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for "Cook Seminar" at Cornell, on the NRA, 1964 November 11, 25 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for Cornell lecture on the NRA, 1964 November 18, 10 a.p


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for Cornell lecture on the NRA, 1964 December 2, 12 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts for Cornell lectures: "Labor and government, 1927-1947", 1964 October 28, December 16 and 1965 January 6, 13, 20, Notebook, 5, 13, 3, 2, 3, a.p., and 7 a.p., 6, a.p.

Continuation of previous October 28 lecture. Filed chronologically under 1964 October 28.


Box 133 [New York]--Notes for talk at the Fortnightly Club, [1965], 9 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Drafts for Cornell lectures: "Labor and government, 1927-1947", 1964 October 28, December 16 and 1965 January 6, 13, 20, Notebook, 5, 13, 3, 2, 3, a.p., and 7 a.p., 6, a.p.

Continuation of previous October 28 lecture. Filed chronologically under 1964 October 28.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Notes for lecture at Cornell: "Effects of N[ew] D[eal] on labor — USA", 1965 January 12, 5 a.p.


Box 133 Ithaca, N.Y.--Draft for Cornell lecture: "Experiences — early labor program", 1965 March 17, Notebook, 4, 25 a.p., 7 loose a.p.


Box 133 [Ithaca, N.Y.]--Speech material on labor history, 1965 circa May, 11 a.p.


Box 133 Catonsville, MD--Notes on religion, 1965 April, 1 Volumes; Spiral notebook

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Box 134 Unidentified Manuscripts, 1895-1965


Franklin Delano Roosevelt



Box 135 Franklin Delano Roosevelt


Box 135 Printed materials by and about FDR


Box 135 Photographs


Box 135 Memorabilia


The Al Smith I Knew



Box 136 Book manscripts, 14 folders


Box 136 Miscellaneous notes for the book, 1 folders


Box 136 Notebooks, 10 items

Including two lectures for Cornell and one for Urbana



Box 137 Notes for interviews with various people

10 folders, 8 notebooks


Box 137 Photographs, clippings, etc., 4 folders


Subject File



Box 138 A - N



Box 139 P - Z


Colleges and Universities



Box 140 Cornell



Box 141 Cornell


Box 141 Princeton


Box 141 Salzburg Seminar


Box 141 UCLA


Box 141 University of Illinois, Urbana


Personal (Frances Perkins)



Box 142 Personal Correspondence, Manuscripts and Documents, and Memorabilia--B-I



Box 143 Personal Correspondence, Manuscripts and Documents, and Memorabilia--M



Box 144 Personal Correspondence, Manuscripts and Documents, and Memorabilia--P-W



Box 145 Financial records


Box 145 Bank records, personal accounts, etc.



Box 146 Income tax records, 1940-1964



Box 147 Address books, lists, Christmas lists, etc.

See Also: Address cards in Box 162



Box 148 Calling cards, Christmas cards, invitations


Photographs



Box 149 Photographs



Box 150 Perkins, Frances


Box 150 Others


Box 150 Miscellaneous



Box 150A Photographs

Photographs of Frances Perkins and Others



Flatbox 668 Oversized Photographs


Printed Materials and Audiotapes



Box 151 Articles about Frances Perkins


Box 151 Reports under her office



Box 152 Books and tapes by Frances Perkins



Box 153 Books by Frances Perkins


Box 153 Books by Frances Perkins--The Roosevelt I Knew



Box 154 Clippings, collected by Miss Perkins



Box 155 Clippings, about Miss Perkins, 1919-1965



Box 156 Books from Frances Perkins library


Box 156 Books with notes by Frances Perkins



Box 157 Books with notes by Frances Perkins



Box 158 Books with notes by Frances Perkins



Box 159 Books with notes by Frances Perkins



Box 160 Books inscribed to Frances Perkins



Box 161 Books inscribed to Frances Perkins



Box 163 Books, Clippings and Scrapbook re: Frances Perkins


Address Cards



Box 162 Address Cards

Perkins Papers Available on Microfilm (Parts I-V, VIII)

Parts I-V, VIII are also available on microfilm.


Part I: Cataloged Correspondence--Letters to Perkins from:



Reel 1 A) A - Cantor, Eddie



Reel 2 B) Casey, Thomas - Gildersleeve, Virginia C.



Reel 3 C) Glass, Meta - Lilienthal, David B.



Reel 4 D) Lippmann, Walter - Wolman, Leo



Reel 5 E) Woolley, Mary - Wyzanski, Charles


Part II: Uncataloged Correspondence--Letters to Perkins from:



Reel 6 A) Abbott, Beatrice - Chapman, H.J.



Reel 7 B) Chapman, O .L. - Fletcher, Henry P.



Reel 8 C) Fletcher, Marion R. - Hood, Ellen G.



Reel 9 D) Hook, Charles R. - Lewis, Fulton, Jr.



Reel 10 E) Lewis, Grace H. - Morrison, Alva



Reel 11 F) Morgan, Ruth - Rich, Adena M. (Mrs. Kenneth F.)



Reel 12 G) Rich, Raymond T. - Stacy, Walter P.



Reel 13 H) Stafford, Joya - Whitridge, Janetta (Mrs. Arnold)



Reel 14 I) Wickard, Claude R. - Zvara, Peter


Part III: Cataloged Correspondence--Letters from Perkins to:



Reel 15 A) Adee, Mrs. Ernest - Roosevelt, Franklin D. (1929)



Reel 16 B) Roosevelt, Franklin D. (1931) - Wilson, Paul C.


Part IV: Cataloged Correspondence (t.l. and t.l.s.)--Letters from Perkins to:


Reel 16 1) Various people



Reel 17 2) Arthur, George B. - Wolman, Leo


Part V: Uncataloged Correspondence (Carbons)--Letters from Perkins to:


Reel 17 A.1) Various people



Reel 18 A.2) Abbott, Grace - Ewing, James J.



Reel 19 B) Fagundus, Ruth - Millis, Harry A.



Reel 20 C) Mills, Charles - Tydings, Millard E.



Reel 21 D) Ulio, J.A. - Zvara, Peter


Part VIII: Franklin Delano Roosevelt



Reel 22 1) Letters to various people A-Z (Cataloged)


Reel 22 2) Letters from Frances Perkins (Uncataloged)


Reel 22 3) Letters from various people re: various topics (Uncataloged)

Subjects include strikes, labor conditions, World War II, National Defense and other topics


Errata List for Microfilm


Roll I-D (Reel 4)


Pardue, Austin, 1945 May 15

Letter re: E.N. Cocking - notations illegible


Lubin, Simon J., 1934 December 1

San Francisco; to Hiram W. Johnson; 2 car. p.s.


McAllister, Dorothy

Letter to Perkins on dark paper; assorted newspaper clippings


Roll II-B (Reel 7)


Fish, C.E.

Photo: "Mr. Dies goes snipe hunting"


Emmett, Pauline

Letter on dark paper


Roll II-E (Reel 10)


Mitchell, Harry B., 1949 July 26

Letter to O.D. Johnston, pp. 4, 8


Millis, H.A., 1942 February 26

Negative photostat


McClees, Lulu, 1945 April 13

Letter from Delano, CA


Lovejoy, Owen R., 1935 July 29

Notes on back of letter


Roll II-F (Reel 11)


Leslie, Rice C., 1940 December 7


Pierson, John H.G., 1945 September 25(?)

Carbon


Perlman, Selig, 1954

Photograph signed John R. Connor


Patton, E.B., 1920 August(?)

Letter on dark paper


Paine, Charles B., 1942 July

Newsphoto and wedding announcement


Oxley, Lawrence A., 1946 September

"The Episcopal Church and the Negro Layman"; 3 p.s.


Mullins, John L., 1933 July 12


Morse, Wayne L., 1943 June

Note on 4" x 6" Department of Labor paper