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Carnegie Corporation of New York records, circa 1872-2015

Series VI: Other Carnegie Organizations

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Subseries VI.A: Home Trust Company, 1884-1975

Andrew Carnegie established the Home Trust Company in 1901. The role of this financial institution was to invest, keep, and distribute the money Carnegie had set aside for philanthropic activities, as well as distribute money and pensions to relatives, friends, and others as Andrew Carnegie thought appropriate. The Trust, officially a banking firm, never engaged in general banking business. It functioned primarily as the trustee and administrator of trust funds established by Carnegie during his lifetime and then served as the executor of his will.

The company was chartered in New Jersey and had its headquarters in Hoboken. Robert A. Franks, Carnegie's close friend and financial agent from 1883 until Carnegie's death in 1919, was the president of the Company. The other directors were George Lauder, Andrew Carnegie II, Alexander and George King, and Howard Russell Butler.

Carnegie began his list of pensioners in 1881. The list included persons of distinction form all fields -arts, politics, social service, education- who were in need. Other pensioners were figures from his earlier life. It was a private list. In 1901 he gave to the Home Trust Company its first Trust fund to pay these pensions. The initial payment was 1.24 million which grew to 4.25 million by 1914. Other Trusts administered by the Home Trust Company included those set up by George Lauder and Louise W. Carnegie, the railway equipment and other corporate trusts, and trusts for the payment of annuities and Carnegie Hall employee pensions

The Company also served as the source from which Franks, according to Carnegie's instructions, distributed Steel bonds to the trustees of the philanthropic trusts started by Carnegie -Carnegie Institution of Washington, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Carnegie Hero Fund. The last trust to receive such a distribution was the Carnegie Corporation of New York, established in 1911 with the bulk of the bonds in the safe in Hoboken. The remaining bonds were transferred to a bank in Manhattan. (Robert Franks became the Treasurer of CCNY at that time.)

In 1925, CCNY accepted, as part of its legacy, the 965 shares of Home Trust Company stock held in the estate. In 1936 since the Corporation owned most of the Company's common stock, the Corporation's officers undertook the responsibility of running the Company. Until 1962, it continued to administer trusts from which personal pensions and annuities were paid to those on Carnegie's list who survived. In 1962, the Home Trust Company and CCNY entered into an agreement with Hudson Trust Company (later Hudson United Bank) whereby Hudson would administer the business of the Home Trust Company. In 1973 CCNY dissolved the Home Trust Company.

For more information see: Lester, Robert M. Home Trust Company: its history and relation to the Corporation. NY: Printed for the information of the Trustees by the CCNY, June 1, 1943. CCNY Review Series #34 (VIII.A.4. Review Series Box 3).

Note that catalog cards with the location "Carnegie VI.A" are found in the CEIP records, Subsuberies I.A.1, Cataloged correspondence.


Subsubseries VI.A.1 Robert A. Franks Files, 1893-1951

Robert A. Franks served as President of the Home Trust Company and as Treasurer of the Corporation from the founding of each organization respectively until his death in 1935. Before their acquisition by Columbia in 1998 these records were stored at the Hudson United Bank. They represent those Robert Frank's files that were never transferred to the Corporation's headquarters. These records include correspondence, memoranda, legal documents, business ledgers, tax returns, and other financial documents and reflect Franks work for Carnegie as the President and administrator of the Home Trust Company and, to a lesser extent, his role as Carnegie's personal assistant and manger of Carnegie's affairs in general. (See, for example, the expense statements for Lucy C. Carnegie's (sister in law) Florida island estate, Dungeness.) Carnegie Estate Records from these files were combined with other Estate Records in part 2 (Boxes 6-9) of this subseries. The Pension Files, part of the same group of records from the Hudson United Bank, comprise part 4 (Boxes 27-43) of this subseries.



Box VI.A 1 Folder 1 Annuity Payment Trusts

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 1 Folder 2 Carnegie Hall Pension Fund, 1903, 1925, 1927


Box VI.A 1 Folder 3 Carnegie, Louise Whitfield - Trusts established by, 1924-1925


Box VI.A 1 Folder 4 Lauder, George - Trust established by, 1901-1924, 1935, 1946


Box VI.A 1 Folder 5 Pension Trusts, 1913-1951


Box VI.A 1 Folder 6 Pension Trusts - Root, Clark, Buckner and Howland, 1907-1920


Box VI.A 1 Folder 7 Andrew Carnegie Instructions to Add Pensioners, 1900-1918

(See also: VI.A.Box 2-3. Instructions to Franks)


Box VI.A 1 Folder 8 Pension Trusts - US Military Telegraph Corp, 1907-1914


Box VI.A 1 Folder 9-10 Railway Equipment - Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company and Union Railroad Company - Acknowledgment of Receipts, 1910-1921



Box VI.A 2 Folder 1-3 Railway Equipment - Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company and Union Railroad Company - Leases and Agreements, 1902-1914


Box VI.A 2 Folder 4 National Mining Company, 1905, 1915


Box VI.A 2 Folder 5 Railway Equipment - Certificates of Conditions of Cars, 1906-1921



Box VI.A 3 Folder 1-6 From Andrew Carnegie - Instructions to Franks, 1906-1919


Box VI.A 3 Folder 7 From Louise Carnegie-Letters to Franks, 1911-1916


Box VI.A 3 Folder 8 1903, 1914, 1916, 1918, 1903, 1914, 1916, 1918

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 3 Folder 9 Accident forms


Box VI.A 3 Folder 10 AYR Choral Union, 1899-1923


Box VI.A 3 Folder 11 Bonds, 1902-1914, 1919, 1921


Box VI.A 3 Folder 12 By-laws



Box VI.A 3A Stock Ledger, 1901 – 1936

Bought by CCNY from Mr. Biaggio Vaio, Jun. 2003. alphabetical listing of stock holders, amount of their shares, transfer and certificate numbers


Box VI.A 3A Home Trust Company Ledger: Certificate of Incorporation, by-laws Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, 1899 - 1919

Bought by CCNY from Mr. Biaggio Vaio, Jun. 2003.


Box VI.A 3A Home Trust Company Ledger: Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, 1919 - 1938

Bought by CCNY from Mr. Biaggio Vaio, Jun. 2003.


Box VI.A 3A Home Trust Company Stock certificates and transfers, Nos. 1- 59, filled out, signed and dated, in sequence with few missing., 1901 - 1964

Bought by CCNY from Mr. Biaggio Vaio, Jun. 2003. The collection includes the transfer certificate (no. 26) to CCNY for 965 shares (issued to Andrew Carnegie on January 14th, 1902), transferred to CCNY on May 18, 1925.


Box VI.A 3A Home Trust Company Stock certificates Nos. 63 – 100: Clean book, $100/share with transfer stubs

Bought by CCNY from Mr. Biaggio Vaio, Jun. 2003.



Box Flat Box 325 Home Trust Company Ledger: Trusts - Income, 1932-1935



Box VI.A 4 Folder 1 Deaths, 1914-1934


Box VI.A 4 Folder 2-4 Dungeness expense statements, 1893-1901


Box VI.A 4 Folder 5 Hero Fund, circa1904


Box VI.A 4 Folder 6 Hudson County Board of Taxation and Commissioner of Banking and Insurance - Statements, 1918



Box VI.A 5 Folder 1 Hudson Trust Company, 1901, 1908, 1917, 1920


Box VI.A 5 Folder 2 Hudson Trust Company - Business ledgers, 1916-1920


Box VI.A 5 Folder 3 Hudson Trust Company - Canceled checks


Box VI.A 5 Folder 4 Investors Agency, Inc. - Inquiries re value of common stock, 1920


Box VI.A 5 Folder 5 Oaths


Box VI.A 5 Folder 6 Special meetings, 1912-1913, 1918-1919


Box VI.A 5 Folder 7 Stafford Place expense statements, 1896-1899


Box VI.A 5 Folder 8 Stockholder Lists, 1914


Box VI.A 5 Folder 9-10 Stockholder Meetings, 1902-1909, 1915, 1917



Box VI.A 6 Folder 1 Tax returns, 1913-1915


Box VI.A 6 Folder 2 Taxes on mortgage, 1903-1911


Box VI.A 6 Folder 2A Taxes, 1902-1918


Subsubseries VI.A.2. Andrew Carnegie Estate, 1913-1931

The Home Trust Company was the executor of Andrew Carnegie's will. The settlement of the Carnegie Estate was a long, complicated, and drawn-out process which lasted until 1931. This subseries comprises some files from the Franks files described above, combined with other files relating to the Carnegie Estate from the Corporation's offices. These files consists of correspondence, memoranda, legal briefs, court proceedings, disbursement schedules, and financial statements documenting the settlement of Andrew Carnegie's Estate. Most of the correspondence consists of letters (legal briefs) to Franks and his assistant, James A. Fortune, from the firm of Root, Clark, Buckner and Howland. This subseries also contains Carnegie's will, his marriage contract with Louise Carnegie, and his naturalization papers.


Box VI.A 6 Folder 3 Assets and liabilities, 1920


Box VI.A 6 Folder 4 Bonds, total worth of


Box VI.A 6 Folder 5-6 Correspondence, Mitchell, Willard, 1919-1920



Box VI.A 7 Folder 1-6 Correspondence, Root, Clark, Buckner and Howland, 1920-1924,

(See also VI.A 24


Box VI.A 7 Folder 7 Declaration of repayments of debts at death


Box VI.A 7 Folder 8 Home Trust v. Louise W. Carnegie


Box VI.A 7 Folder 9-15 Income Tax, 1913-1918

(See also IX oversize)



Box VI.A 8 Folder 1-2 Legacies -- CCNY

(See also IX oversize)


Box VI.A 8 Folder 3 Legacies -- Others


Box VI.A 8 Folder 4 Marriage Agreement between Andrew and Louise W. Carnegie


Box VI.A 8 Folder 5 Naturalization Papers of Andrew and William Carnegie

(See also IX oversize)


Box VI.A 8 Folder 6-7 Power of attorney declaration, 1919

Proceeding of Home Trust Company as executor of the last will and testament of Andrew Carnegie, deceased



Box VI.A 9 Folder 1 Receipt book - Fred Willie Fr Co.


Box VI.A 9 Folder 2 Safe combinations


Box VI.A 9 Folder 3-6 Settlement

(See also IX oversize)


Box VI.A 9 Folder 7 Trust deed for annuities, 1920


Box VI.A 9 Folder 8 Will



Box VI.A 6A Income Tax Returns, Federal and New York State, with associated correspondence and agents reports, 1916 - 1934

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003



Box VI.A 6B Income Tax Returns, Federal and New York State, with associated correspondence and agents reports, 1916 - 1934

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003



Box VI.A 6C Income Tax Returns, Federal and New York State, with associated correspondence and agents reports, 1916 - 1934

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003


Box VI.A 6C Ledger: R. A. Franks, Guardian for Anna Medbet Kellum

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003


Box VI.A 6C Correspondence, 1916 - 1923

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003. No 1922 Correspondence folder



Box VI.A 6D Correspondence, 1916 - 1923

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003. No 1922 Correspondence folder


Subsubseries VI.A.3: CCNY Files, 1901-1975

This subseries consists of the Home Trust Company Records kept in the offices of the Carnegie Corporation of New York. The files represent Robert Franks's files and, to a lesser extent, the files of the office the CCNY Treasurer. Some files are those of Franks's successor as Treasurer of CCNY, C. Herbert Lee, and others cover general areas of CCNY grant-making or business with a particular grantee. Therefore, the correspondence, memoranda, and financial statements document the general operations of CCNY, as well as the day to day activity of the Home Trust Company after it moved to the offices of CCNY. The files include correspondence between several Carnegie Presidents and Franks regarding his releasing Corporation funds for grants and other purposes. Also Included in these files are legal documents and correspondence concerning the settlement of Andrew Carnegie's Estate, and files that reflect the process of clarifying the nature of the relationship between the Home Trust Company and the Corporation and the relationships of each to the other Carnegie philanthropic trusts. Since the Home Trust Company regularly transferred funds to other Carnegie philanthropic trusts, it became important to establish CCNY's ability under its charter to continue this support. (See, for example, Box 24. Relations between Carnegie Endowment and Carnegie Corp.)



Box VI.A 9 Folder 9-10 A


Box VI.A 9 Folder 11 American - Misc. correspondence, 1924-1942


Box VI.A 9 Folder 12 Angell, Dr. James Rowland



Box VI.A 10 Folder 1 Annual Reports, 1936-1940


Box VI.A 10 Folder 2 Annuitants and Pensions Trusts Correspondence, 1947-60


Box VI.A 10 Folder 3 Annuitants Trusts, 1939-48


Box VI.A 10 Folder 4 Annuities, 1923-28


Box VI.A 10 Folder 5 Appraisal of Personal Property of Andrew Carnegie, 1920


Box VI.A 10 Folder 6 Arbuthnot, Thomas S., 1942-1945


Box VI.A 10 Folder 7 Association of University and College Business Officers, 1940-1941


Box VI.A 10 Folder 8-9 B



Box VI.A 11 Folder 1 Bank Accounts - Carnegie Organizations, 1936


Box VI.A 11 Folder 2 Bank Examination Audit, 1962-1971


Box VI.A 11 Folder 3 Bankers Trust Company, 1921-1950


Box VI.A 11 Folder 4 Basic Securities Analyses, 1932-1951

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 11 Folder 5 Bidwell, Percy, 1958-1961


Box VI.A 11 Folder 6 Board of Trustees, 1937-1944


Box VI.A 11 Folder 7 Braddock, Homestead and Duquesne, 1901-1924


Box VI.A 11 Folder 8 British Dominions and Colonies Fund, 1929-1948


Box VI.A 11 Folder 9 Budget Material, 1920-1949


Box VI.A 11 Folder 10-11 C



Box VI.A 12 Folder 1 Carnegie Hall, 1924-1925, 1933-1935, 1964


Box VI.A 12 Folder 2-3 Carnegie House Properties, 1947-1949


Box VI.A 12 Folder 4-5 Carnegie Institute - Pittsburgh, 1915-1946

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 12 Folder 6 Carnegie Institution - Washington, 1922-1940

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 12 Folder 7 Carnegie, Mrs. Louise, 1946-1947


Box VI.A 12 Folder 8 Carnegie Trust Company Papers, 1901-1918


Box VI.A 12 Folder 9 Chambers Case, 1926



Box VI.A 13 Folder 1-2 City Housing Corporation, 1930-1940


Box VI.A 13 Folder 3 CHL Copies - 589 Fifth Ave., 1954


Box VI.A 13 Folder 4 College Libraries, 1937-1943


Box VI.A 13 Folder 5 Columbia University, 1921-1937


Box VI.A 13 Folder 6 Commerce, Dept. of, 1948-1955


Box VI.A 13 Folder 7 Conference of Trustees, Lafayette College Material, 1937-38


Box VI.A 13 Folder 8-10 Corporate and Dissolution Files, 1936-1973



Box VI.A 14 Folder 1 Court Case - Home Trust Co. vs. Carnegie Family, 1935


Box VI.A 14 Folder 2 D


Box VI.A 14 Folder 3 Dalhousie University, 1927-1945


Box VI.A 14 Folder 4 Davies, Richard T., 1905-1922


Box VI.A 14 Folder 5 Depreciation Reserve, 1945-1946


Box VI.A 14 Folder 6 DeWitt, Lockman, 1935-1941

(See also IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 14 Folder 7 Dollard, Charles, 1942-1968


Box VI.A 14 Folder 8-9 E


Box VI.A 14 Folder 10 Empire Title and Guarantee Co., 1929-1947


Box VI.A 14 Folder 12 F


Box VI.A 14 Folder 13 Farintosh, E. A., 1936-1950


Box VI.A 14 Folder 14 Federal Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act of 1958



Box VI.A 15 Folder 1 Financial Practices and Procedures, 1953-1954


Box VI.A 15 Folder 2 Financial Statements, 1955-1974

(See also: VI.A.Box 25. Statements)


Box VI.A 15 Folder 6 Foskett, H. J., 1952-1966


Box VI.A 15 Folder 9 Froebel League, 1925-1928



Box VI.A 16 Folder 1 G, 1912-1936


Box VI.A 16 Folder 2 Robert Gordon College, 1927-1931


Box VI.A 16 Folder 3 Graduate Record Examination, 1947-1949


Box VI.A 16 Folder 4 Guaranty Trust Building Lease, 1920-1948


Box VI.A 16 Folder 5 Guaranty Trust Company of London, 1919-1922


Box VI.A 16 Folder 6 Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 1921-1928


Box VI.A 16 Folder 7 Guaranty Trust Company Records, 1924-1931



Box VI.A 17 Folder 1 H, 1920-1941


Box VI.A 17 Folder 2 Holdings - various, 1939-1961


Box VI.A 17 Folder 3 Home Trust Transactions, 1945-1954


Box VI.A 17 Folder 4-6 Hudson Trust Company, 1924-1931, 1960-1976


Box VI.A 17 Folder 7 Hudson Trust Recommended Security Transaction, 1962-1974


Box VI.A 17 Folder 8 I



Box VI.A 18 Folder 1 Insurance, Cancelled, 1949-1957


Box VI.A 18 Folder 2 Insurance, Fidelity Bond, 1935-1946


Box VI.A 18 Folder 3-4 Insurance, Group, 1928-1964


Box VI.A 18 Folder 5 Insurance, Major Medical, 1955-1962


Box VI.A 18 Folder 6 Insurance, Miscellaneous, 1934-1964


Box VI.A 18 Folder 7-8 Insurance, Traveler's Group, 1958-1970


Box VI.A 18 Folder 9-10 Insurance, Investment of Funds, 1962-1974



Box VI.A 19 Folder 1 Investment Office Cooperative, 1939-1943


Box VI.A 19 Folder 2 Investment Office Joint, 1935-1939


Box VI.A 19 Folder 3 Investment Officers, 1936-1937


Box VI.A 19 Folder 4 J


Box VI.A 19 Folder 5 Jessup, Eleanor, 1944-1947


Box VI.A 19 Folder 6 Josephs, Devereux, 1945-1946


Box VI.A 19 Folder 7 K, 1916-1939


Box VI.A 19 Folder 8-9 Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge Company, 1921-1931


Box VI.A 19 Folder 10 Keppel, F. P., 1942-1944


Box VI.A 19 Folder 11 L



Box VI.A 20 Folder 1 - 3 Legal Documents, 1920-1931

(Mostly regarding Andrew Carnegie Estate.)


Box VI.A 20 Folder 4 Leishman, 1913


Box VI.A 20 Folder 5 Lease: 522 Fifth Avenue, 1950-1954


Box VI.A 20 Folder 6 Lease: 588 Fifth Avenue, 1957-1963


Box VI.A 20 Folder 7 Lee, C. H. - misc. correspondence, 1955-1956


Box VI.A 20 Folder 8 Leffingwell, Russell, 1929-1955


Box VI.A 20 Folder 9 Leslie, Bank and Company, 1924-1934


Box VI.A 20 Folder 10 Lester, R. M., 1953-1959


Box VI.A 20 Folder 11 Lotos Club Correspondence, 1928-1941


Box VI.A 20 Folder 12 M, 1920-1937


Box VI.A 20 Folder 13 Madison Mining Trustees, 1919-1931



Box VI.A 21 Folder 1 Major Medical Correspondence, 1963-1968


Box VI.A 21 Folder 2 McCandless Matters, 1933-1938


Box VI.A 21 Folder 3 Memoranda and General Information, 1913-1962


Box VI.A 21 Folder 4 Miller, Margaret Carnegie, 1946-1947


Box VI.A 21 Folder 5-8 Minutes and By-Laws, 1936-1974



Box VI.A 22 Folder 1 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1943-1961


Box VI.A 22 Folder 2 Miscellaneous Reports, 1938-1956


Box VI.A 22 Folder 3 Mitchell, Willard A., 1921-1925


Box VI.A 22 Folder 4-5 J. P. Morgan and Company, 1929-1949


Box VI.A 22 Folder Unknown J.P. Morgan Statements: British Dominions & Colonies Fund, 1939-1940

(See IX.Oversize)


Box VI.A 22 Folder 6 Mortgages


Box VI.A 22 Folder 7-8 J. L. Mott Company, 1925-1931



Box VI.A 23 Folder 1 Moving to 589 Fifth Avenue - November 1954


Box VI.A 23 Folder 2 Myer, George W., 1925-1929


Box VI.A 23 Folder 3 N


Box VI.A 23 Folder 4 National, 1922-1942


Box VI.A 23 Folder 5 National City Bank of New York, 1921-1936


Box VI.A 23 Folder 6 New York School for Nursery Years, 1954


Box VI.A 23 Folder 7 O


Box VI.A 23 Folder 8 P


Box VI.A 23 Folder 9 Page, Arthur W., 1948-1958


Box VI.A 23 Folder 10 Pensions - grants for, 1917-1948


Box VI.A 23 Folder 11 Perkins, James A., 1950-1963


Box VI.A 23 Folder 12 Price, Waterhouse and Company, 1935-1948


Box VI.A 23 Folder 13 Procedures for Disbursement of Money and Care and Safekeeping of Securities, 1938-39


Box VI.A 23 Folder 14 R


Box VI.A 23 Folder 15 Radburn, 1948-1954



Box VI.A 24 Folder 1 Relations between Carnegie Endowment and Carnegie Corp., 1930-1931


Box VI.A 24 Folder 2 Reserves, 1936-1941


Box VI.A 24 Folder 3 Reserves: Corporation, 1936-1941


Box VI.A 24 Folder 4-5 Reversionary Interest, 1943-1973


Box VI.A 24 Folder 6-8 Root , Clar, Buckner, and Ballard, 1917-1958



Box VI.A 25 Folder 1 S


Box VI.A 25 Folder 2 Saunders, William, 1959


Box VI.A 25 Folder 3 Schedules - New York Transfer Tax, 1920


Box VI.A 25 Folder 4 Securities - Care and Safekeeping, 1938-1939


Box VI.A 25 Folder 5 Shattuck Company, Frank G., 1958-1962


Box VI.A 25 Folder 6 St


Box VI.A 25 Folder 7-8 Statements and summaries, 1919-1961


Box VI.A 25 Folder 9 Sternberg, Baroness, 1914-1920


Box VI.A 25 Folder 10 Stock, 1935-1961



Box VI.A 26 Folder 1 Stock Options Directors, 1955-1975


Box VI.A 26 Folder 2 T


Box VI.A 26 Folder 3 Taxes, 1924-1931


Box VI.A 26 Folder 4 U


Box VI.A 26 Folder 5-7 U. S. Steel Bonds, 1923-1931


Box VI.A 26 Folder 8 V


Box VI.A 26 Folder 9 Visitors, 1938


Box VI.A 26 Folder 10 W


Box VI.A 26 Folder 11 War Camp Community Fund, 1917-1918


Subsubseries VI.A.4 : Pension Files, 1884-1945

These records consist of the Home Trust Company's files on each of the Carnegie's pensioners, his "real roll of honor and mutual affection." The files include letters of request to Carnegie, testimonies as to the need or worthiness of an applicant, Carnegie's instructions to Franks regarding a pensioner, notes by Carnegie and Franks on the pensioner, and general administrative correspondence.



Box VI.A 27 Albright, Carrie, 1901, 1905-1906


Box VI.A 27 Allen, John F. and Ada, 1921-1932


Box VI.A 27 Allen, Thomas, 1913-1914


Box VI.A 27 Allis, Lula, 1921-1927


Box VI.A 27 Allison, George, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 27 Allison, Mrs. Tate W., 1906, 1919


Box VI.A 27 Altman, Theophilus, 1904, 1925


Box VI.A 27 Ament, Mrs. Jacob, 1905, 1910, 1926


Box VI.A 27 Andrews, Mrs. E.A., 1910


Box VI.A 27 Andrews, Mortimer S., 1912-1925


Box VI.A 27 Anderson, Joseph, 1918-1921


Box VI.A 27 Anderson, Margaret, 1912, 1939


Box VI.A 27 Angus, Rachel and Alice, 1902, 1913


Box VI.A 27 Armes, William J., 1913-1916


Box VI.A 27 Armor, Juliette, 1909


Box VI.A 27 Armor, Thomas 1900, 1909-1912


Box VI.A 27 Attig, J.D., 1902


Box VI.A 27 Atwater, Henry H., 1912-1921


Box VI.A 27 Backofen, Mrs. Malvina C., 1912-1929


Box VI.A 27 Baker, Edgar, 1903


Box VI.A 27 Balbach, George, 1903-1914


Box VI.A 27 Barnes, Phinehas, 1904


Box VI.A 27 Barnett, Annie, 1902-1903


Box VI.A 27 Barnsley, Christina and James, 1898, 1903, 1905,1920-1924


Box VI.A 27 Barr, Sarah, 1911


Box VI.A 27 Barron, W.C., 1908-1909


Box VI.A 27 Barth, Martin, 1899


Box VI.A 27 Barton, Sarah, 1902-1914


Box VI.A 27 Barwick, Thomas, 1908, 1911


Box VI.A 27 Bassett, Weston, 1909-1912


Box VI.A 27 Bastian, Gus, 1912,1916


Box VI.A 27 Bates, Nellie, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 27 Baxter, Cornelia, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 27 Baxter, Roberta H., 1914-1928


Box VI.A 27 Beaird, William, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 27 Beatty, Rebecca, 1903


Box VI.A 27 Beckman, John, 1902


Box VI.A 27 Beer, John, 1904



Box VI.A 28 Benedict, Effie and Mary, 1901, 1911, 1915, 1921, 1927


Box VI.A 28 Benner, Frank, 1919-1920


Box VI.A 28 Bennet, Dickinson, 1902-1903, 1913


Box VI.A 28 Bennet, Frances, 1904, 1913


Box VI.A 28 Bennet, John, 1904, 1913


Box VI.A 28 Bennet, Nancy, 1902, 1913, 1924-1925, 1929, 1931


Box VI.A 28 Benton, Guy Potter, 1913-1926


Box VI.A 28 Berry, Marth, 1942


Box VI.A 28 Blackstock, Mary, 1904, 1910, 1914-1917


Box VI.A 28 Bohle, Matilda, 1922-1932


Box VI.A 28 Bond, Richard, 1914-1915


Box VI.A 28 Bowman, Roger and Mrs. R.D., 1903-1929


Box VI.A 28 Boyd, Joseph, 1919-1922


Box VI.A 28 Brattinger, Frederick, 1902-1910


Box VI.A 28 Brashear, John, 1906


Box VI.A 28 Brenaman, A.T., 1912-1927


Box VI.A 28 Brennan, Ellen, 1914-1921


Box VI.A 28 Brooke, Amanda, 1910-1933


Box VI.A 28 Brooke, Thomas H., 1912-1922


Box VI.A 28 Brooks, Jennie, 1913-1929


Box VI.A 28 Brown, Amanda, 1910-1933


Box VI.A 28 Brown, Charles Exera, 1908-1909, 1924-1929


Box VI.A 28 Brown, Evalyn, 1909-1933


Box VI.A 28 Brown, James, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 28 Brown, Joseph, 1907, 1921


Box VI.A 28 Brown, 1903


Box VI.A 28 Brown, Wiliam


Box VI.A 28 Browne, Henry R., 1915-1928


Box VI.A 28 Bruce, William, 1904


Box VI.A 28 Bruch, Louisa, 1921-1925


Box VI.A 28 Bull, Henry and Esther, 1921-1929


Box VI.A 28 Burgoon, David, 1906, 1927-1931


Box VI.A 28 Burgoon, Joseph, 1905


Box VI.A 28 Burgoon, Susan, 1906


Box VI.A 28 Burns, Michael, 1904-1905, 1917


Box VI.A 28 Burns, Susan, 1908, 1925


Box VI.A 28 Bush, 1918-1920


Box VI.A 28 Butler, Emma, 1912-1933


Box VI.A 28 Butler, H.M., 1904-1906



Box VI.A 29 Cage, Harriet, 1904, 1918


Box VI.A 29 Cahill, Jennie, 1914-1924


Box VI.A 29 Calder, Elizabeth and Olivia, 1901, 1908, 1944


Box VI.A 29 Caldwell, Sarah A., 1914-1919


Box VI.A 29 Campbell, Bessie, 1908-1909, 1922, 1930


Box VI.A 29 Campbell, David, 1902


Box VI.A 29 Campbell, James C., 1928


Box VI.A 29 Campbell, Mrs. Martin, 1902-1918


Box VI.A 29 Campbell, Mrs. Watt, 1902-1908


Box VI.A 29 Carnegie, Charlotte, 1920, 1923, 1929


Box VI.A 29 Carney, Joseph, 1903-1905


Box VI.A 29 Carney


Box VI.A 29 Carr, Mary, 1905-1906


Box VI.A 29 Carroll, Mrs. J.C., 1913-1916


Box VI.A 29 Carroll


Box VI.A 29 Case, A.C., 1909


Box VI.A 29 Cassell, Adelia S., 1924-1930


Box VI.A 29 Cassidy, David, 1911, 1912, 1925


Box VI.A 29 Cassidy, Lucy, 1902-1907


Box VI.A 29 Chalfant, Isabella, 1914, 1922-1923


Box VI.A 29 Chambers, Alexander, 1902


Box VI.A 29 Chandler, Mrs. M., 1921-1933


Box VI.A 29 Cherry, Mrs. A.D., 1907-1908


Box VI.A 29 Child, Nellie, 1919-1921


Box VI.A 29 Christie, Dr. Robert, 1912, 1915-1917, 1921-1922


Box VI.A 29 Church, Margaret, 1902-1903, 1919


Box VI.A 29 Clark, Mary, 1906-1913


Box VI.A 29 Clark, Nellie


Box VI.A 29 Clarke, Jonathan, 1908


Box VI.A 29 Clarke, Mary A., 1913-1915


Box VI.A 29 Clingerman, Lydia, 1913, 1924


Box VI.A 29 Clossin, Mrs. James, 1903-1905, 1929


Box VI.A 29 Clobaugh, D.W., 1904-1906


Box VI.A 29 Cochrane, 1928


Box VI.A 29 Coffey, Anna, 1904, 1923


Box VI.A 29 Colbert, Daniel, 1902


Box VI.A 29 Colbert, William and Mary Ann, 1913


Box VI.A 29 Cole, George, 1918-1919


Box VI.A 29 Coleman, 1911


Box VI.A 29 Coleman, Mary, 1912


Box VI.A 29 Collyer, Gertrude, 1919, 1922


Box VI.A 29 Conway, 1921-1932


Box VI.A 29 Coulter, Mary, 1901-1921


Box VI.A 29 Coulter, Rebecca, 1903, 1904, 1907, 1913, 1920


Box VI.A 29 Craig, 1909-1913


Box VI.A 29 Crain, 1913-1916


Box VI.A 29 Cramer, 1902, 1908, 1910


Box VI.A 29 Crear, 1916


Box VI.A 29 Creighton, Louise, 1905, 1906, 1909, 1917, 1918



Box VI.A 30 Crerar, 1913-1915


Box VI.A 30 Crissinger, James, 1905, 1926


Box VI.A 30 Crissinger, Julia, 1904-1907


Box VI.A 30 Crittenden, Mrs. E.A., 1906-1916


Box VI.A 30 Cromwell, George E., 1912-1919


Box VI.A 30 Cronin, Daniel, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 30 Cronin, Mary, 1915-1921


Box VI.A 30 Crouse, Mary Louisa, 1921-1922


Box VI.A 30 Cruise, 1929-1933


Box VI.A 30 Cruise, John, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 30 Culbertson, Cambridge, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 30 Culbertsob, Mary E., 1926-1934


Box VI.A 30 Cully, Mrs. Catherine, 1903-1912


Box VI.A 30 Cully, 1902


Box VI.A 30 Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1903


Box VI.A 30 Davey, John, 1905-1906, 1918


Box VI.A 30 Day, Lillian, 1911


Box VI.A 30 Dealy, Edma N., 1923-1933


Box VI.A 30 DeBree, Nathan, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 30 Decker, Jacob, 1903, 1911, 1928


Box VI.A 30 Delany, 1911


Box VI.A 30 Delo, Herman, 1907, 1932


Box VI.A 30 Dinah, Mary F., 1921-1933


Box VI.A 30 Dodds, Mary, 1903-1904, 1920


Box VI.A 30 Dorchester, John C. and Nellie, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 30 Dorney, 1907, 1910


Box VI.A 30 Dougherty, Christopher, 1921-1932


Box VI.A 30 Dougherty, Mary and Sadie, 1902, 1930


Box VI.A 30 Douglass, Jane Hood, 1920


Box VI.A 30 Dow, 1921-1925


Box VI.A 30 Drenning, Simon, 1903, 1914, 1928


Box VI.A 30 Drynan, Mary, 1921-1924


Box VI.A 30 Drysdale, W., 1900


Box VI.A 30 Duell, 1918-1921


Box VI.A 30 Duesner, 1921-1931



Box VI.A 31 Earl, Kittie, 1908, 1928


Box VI.A 31 Eaton, Emily and Annie, 1903


Box VI.A 31 Ebbert, Theresa, 1913, 1916, 1923


Box VI.A 31 Ecker, Mrs. H.P., 1915-1928


Box VI.A 31 Edmands, Clara R., 1915-1919


Box VI.A 31 Erwin, Ella, 1910-1919


Box VI.A 31 Evans, Catherine, 1916-1921


Box VI.A 31 Fahnestock, John, 1907


Box VI.A 31 Farber, David, 1902, 1913


Box VI.A 31 Farber, Sarah, 1910, 1913, 1928


Box VI.A 31 Felmley, David, 1904, 1905


Box VI.A 31 Felton, Samuel, 1902, 1924


Box VI.A 31 Ferris, 1913-1919


Box VI.A 31 Fleck, Frederick, 1902, 1903, 1910, 1923


Box VI.A 31 Fleming, Lyda, 1905-1909, 1913, 1926


Box VI.A 31 Field, Mrs. Henry M., 1898


Box VI.A 31 Finigan, Joseph and Bella, 1909-1910, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 31 Fish, Elizabeth, 1910, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 31 Fisher, Samuel, 1906


Box VI.A 31 Fitchett, Hamilton, 1916-1919


Box VI.A 31 Flemley, David, 1904-1920


Box VI.A 31 Fogerty, Margaret, 1905-1906


Box VI.A 31 Folwell, George E., 1921-1926


Box VI.A 31 Fonda, Harriet, 1921-1930


Box VI.A 31 Forsey, William, 1915-1919


Box VI.A 31 Foster, C.B., 1899


Box VI.A 31 Fowler, Prof. James, 1923


Box VI.A 31 Foy, Joseph and Katherine, 1917, 1920


Box VI.A 31 Frankhouser, Jacob, 1902


Box VI.A 31 Franks, Emma, 1903


Box VI.A 31 Fraser, George and Amelia, 1913-1918, 1921-1928


Box VI.A 31 Freeland, John and Isabella, 1909, 1921-1930


Box VI.A 31 Fuller, Joseph, 1912-1917


Box VI.A 31 Furlong, Lawrence, 1902-1909


Box VI.A 31 Furr, Laura, 1914-1920



Box VI.A 32 Gaches, Mrs. J.L., 1903, 1929


Box VI.A 32 Galbraith. John, 1906, 1921


Box VI.A 32 Gallagher, James, 1921-1927


Box VI.A 32 Ganger, Margaret Carnegie, 1922


Box VI.A 32 Gardner, Diana, 1910


Box VI.A 32 Gardner, James, 1903-1910


Box VI.A 32 Gardner, Sarah Jane, 1915, 1930


Box VI.A 32 Garrett, Susan, 1908, 1921


Box VI.A 32 Gemmill, Charlotte V., 1916


Box VI.A 32 Gentry, William and Nannie, 1921-1924


Box VI.A 32 George, Mrs. William


Box VI.A 32 Gibson, Martha, 1903, 1906, 1917


Box VI.A 32 Gibson, George and Susan, 1903, 1909


Box VI.A 32 Gilbert, Maria, 1907, 1920


Box VI.A 32 Gilder, Helena, 1910, 1916


Box VI.A 32 Gilpin, Mary, 1902-1909


Box VI.A 32 Gilroy, Florence, 1912


Box VI.A 32 Goalding, Mary, 1921-1934


Box VI.A 32 Gochnour (Goughnour), Silas and Mary Jane Parks, 1902, 1907, 1913


Box VI.A 32 Good, Daniel, 1905-1906


Box VI.A 32 Gordon, Robert, 1907,1917


Box VI.A 32 Graham, Martha, 1911-1923


Box VI.A 32 Graham, Richard and Clara, 1917, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 32 Gray, Andrew, 1908


Box VI.A 32 Gray, J.W., 1902-1907


Box VI.A 32 Green, Peter and Sarah, 1903, 1906, 1913


Box VI.A 32 Greene, Edgar and Frances, 1907-1908, 1923-1932, 1937


Box VI.A 32 Greensett, Diana, 1902


Box VI.A 32 Gregg, Henry Lester, 1912-1917


Box VI.A 32 Griffin, Russell, 1912-1918


Box VI.A 32 Griffith, Charles and Mary, 1912-1918


Box VI.A 32 Grinnell, Lillian, 1925-1928


Box VI.A 32 Groomes, Isaac C., 1923-1925


Box VI.A 32 Gross, Charles and Laura, 1922-1933


Box VI.A 32 Gulick, Clinton, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 32 Gumbert, Mrs. Robert, 1902-1903, 1924-1925


Box VI.A 32 Guthridge, Mary Jane, 1912



Box VI.A 33 Hadley, Henry, 1912, 1936


Box VI.A 33 Hagerman, Mary, 1902-1905, 1912


Box VI.A 33 Haldane, Elizabeth, 1937


Box VI.A 33 Hall, Joseph, 1916, 1918, 1928


Box VI.A 33 Halligan, Mary E., 1902, 1915, 1927


Box VI.A 33 Hamer, Annie Angus, 1913, 1942


Box VI.A 33 Hamilton, Matthew and Mrs., 1902, 1907


Box VI.A 33 Hamnett, Lillie and Marion


Box VI.A 33 Hammond, Charles D., 1908


Box VI.A 33 Hancock, Anna, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 33 Hanley, Margaret, 1906-1907, 1922


Box VI.A 33 Hanna, Mary, 1905-1906


Box VI.A 33 Hart, George, 1904, 1920, 1921


Box VI.A 33 Harrington, Annie, 1927


Box VI.A 33 Harris, Nancy, 1909, 1917, 1919


Box VI.A 33 Hastings, Eliza, 1913-1914


Box VI.A 33 Hatton, Oscar C., 1914-1918


Box VI.A 33 Hays, Mrs. George, 1926, 1949


Box VI.A 33 Hawk, Simon, 1904,1922


Box VI.A 33 Hawkins, Rush B., 1902, 1917


Box VI.A 33 Hemp, Elizabeth, 1903


Box VI.A 33 Henderson, Clara, 1920-1931


Box VI.A 33 Henderson, George, 1927-1932


Box VI.A 33 Henderson, Mrs. John, 1902, 1908


Box VI.A 33 Hendricks, Amanda, 1902-1905


Box VI.A 33 Hendricks, Daniel, 1902


Box VI.A 33 Henry, Charles, 1902, 1910


Box VI.A 33 Henry, Margaret, 1927-1928


Box VI.A 33 Henry, Daniel and Rebecca, 1902-1905


Box VI.A 33 Hervey, Mrs. H.H., 1904, 1930


Box VI.A 33 Hesse, Florence, 1935-1944


Box VI.A 33 Hickey, Catherine and Patrick, 1902, 1904, 1913


Box VI.A 33 Hickey, John, 1902, 1905


Box VI.A 33 Hierpe, Anna, 1914-1918


Box VI.A 33 Higgins, Anna Browne, 1922


Box VI.A 33 Higginson, Mary J., 1911


Box VI.A 33 Hiland, Margaret, 1904, 1910


Box VI.A 33 Hill, Emma, 1902


Box VI.A 33 Hill, Margaret, 1912, 1942


Box VI.A 33 Hill, Sarah (Sadie), 1917


Box VI.A 33 Hillyer, Lillian, 1903, 1911, 1913, 1917


Box VI.A 33 Hirsch, Mrs. L.J., 1902-1903, 1932


Box VI.A 33 Hogan, Marie C., 1916, 1926


Box VI.A 33 Holley, Minard and Mary, 1908-1911, 1919-1921


Box VI.A 33 Holmes, Clara M., 1907-1908


Box VI.A 33 Hood, Margaret, 1904-1905


Box VI.A 33 Hoover, Robert B. and Margaret P., 1913-1932


Box VI.A 33 Horne, Miss C.A., 1921


Box VI.A 33 Horner, C.B., 1902, 1919



Box VI.A 34 Horner, Elizabeth, 1914


Box VI.A 34 Howard, Mary W., 1910-1935


Box VI.A 34 Howard, Nellie, 1913, 1922-1929


Box VI.A 34 Hone, George W., 1931-1921


Box VI.A 34 Hoyt, Elza Carnegie


Box VI.A 34 Hudson, Nellie M., 1902, 1923


Box VI.A 34 Huffman, John, 1942


Box VI.A 34 Hull, A.K.V., 1921-1933


Box VI.A 34 Hull, Henry and Dora, 1921-1931


Box VI.A 34 Humphreys, David, 1905, 1912


Box VI.A 34 Hunt, Fannie, 1906, 1911, 1923


Box VI.A 34 Hunt, Hettie and Rebecca, 1914, 1916, 1942


Box VI.A 34 Hunter, Mrs., 1912-1917


Box VI.A 34 Morris, Annie


Box VI.A 34 Taylor, Mrs.


Box VI.A 34 Huntington, Louise D., 1921-1928


Box VI.A 34 Hutchinson, Rosanna, 1908, 1910, 1918


Box VI.A 34 Igo, Sarah, 1917-1929


Box VI.A 34 Ikemoto, Seichi Emerson, 1918-1919


Box VI.A 34 Ingersoll, Eva A., 1908, 1923


Box VI.A 34 Ingram, Catherine, 1921-1931


Box VI.A 34 Irvine, George, 1912, 1922, 1928


Box VI.A 34 Irving, George, 1812 (?)


Box VI.A 34 Ives, William, 1919-1921


Box VI.A 34 Jameson, Fanny, 1903, 1906, 1911


Box VI.A 34 Jaques, Charles and Fannie, 1907, 1919, 1920-1928


Box VI.A 34 Jayne, John and Elizabeth, 1908-1914


Box VI.A 34 Johnson, Eugene and Jessie, 1919-1945


Box VI.A 34 Johnstone, W.F., 1921-1937


Box VI.A 34 Jones, Annie Carnegie, 1903, 1905, 1949


Box VI.A 34 Jones, Ellen Snowden, 1915


Box VI.A 34 Jones, George E., 1919-1922


Box VI.A 34 Jungerman, Sadie M., 1921-1926


Box VI.A 34 Junkins, William and Isabella, 1902, 1904, 1911, 1921


Box VI.A 34 Kane, Catherine, 1902-1911


Box VI.A 34 Keating, Emily, 1905,1930


Box VI.A 34 Keete, Martin, 1910, 1915


Box VI.A 34 Kelley, Mrs. M. Leonie, 1900, 1916, 1918


Box VI.A 34 Kellock, J.E., 1902, 1907, 1915


Box VI.A 34 Kennedy, Margaret and Martha, 1905, 1907


Box VI.A 34 Kerby, Joseph Orton, 1907, 1913


Box VI.A 34 Kerby, Ruth, 1906


Box VI.A 34 Kerner, Marion and Susan, 1911-1918


Box VI.A 34 Kerr, Alexander and Lillian, 1902, 1915-1916, 1926



Box VI.A 35 Kettles, William, 1919-1920


Box VI.A 35 Keyes, Anna, 1914-1928


Box VI.A 35 Kimpton, J.H., 1912, 1929


Box VI.A 35 Kindl, Alice, 1914, 1923, 1935


Box VI.A 35 King, G.M.P., 1912-1913, 1917


Box VI.A 35 King, Martha, 1921-1932


Box VI.A 35 King, Tom Cobb, 1909, 1912


Box VI.A 35 King, William, 1903, 1911


Box VI.A 35 Klunk, Joseph, 1914-1920


Box VI.A 35 Knapp, Stewart and Adrian, 1912-1933


Box VI.A 35 Knepley, Conrad, 1902, 1917-1919


Box VI.A 35 Knepper, B.C., 1904-1907, 1914


Box VI.A 35 Knittle, Joseph and Alice, 1908-1916


Box VI.A 35 Kreusler, William, 1900, 1903



Box VI.A 36 Landis, George, 1903, 192


Box VI.A 36 Laird, Thomas and Frances, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 36 Langdon, R.W., 1922


Box VI.A 36 Langdon, Thomas, 1908-1911


Box VI.A 36 Lapsly, Jennie, 1914-1928


Box VI.A 36 Lauder, Annie and Margaret, 1919-1922


Box VI.A 36 Lauglin, S.D., 1902-1903, 1906


Box VI.A 36 Larcombe, J.H., 1902


Box VI.A 36 Lavely, Henry A., 1905, 1920


Box VI.A 36 Lawrence, George and Lucy, 1909-1911, 1920


Box VI.A 36 Leech, Hattie, 1907-1909, 1936


Box VI.A 36 Leishmann, John, 1913,1924


Box VI.A 36 Leman, Arthur, 1902-1903


Box VI.A 36 Lenox, George, 1908-1909


Box VI.A 36 Lichtenfelt, John, 1902


Box VI.A 36 Lewis, Ida, 1907, 1911


Box VI.A 36 Lingle, Sadie, 1902-1914


Box VI.A 36 Linville, J.H., 1897, 1906, 1925


Box VI.A 36 Lithgow, Charles, 1907-1909


Box VI.A 36 Lockwood, Belva, 1917


Box VI.A 36 Longegan, John, 1908-1933


Box VI.A 36 Long, Frank, 1921-1924


Box VI.A 36 Louttel, Anna K., 1916


Box VI.A 36 Love, Margaret, 1902


Box VI.A 36 Low, George, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 36 Low, Mary, 1902, 1929


Box VI.A 36 Lowe, Ella G., 1904, 1914


Box VI.A 36 Ludwig, John, 1908


Box VI.A 36 Lukens, C.F., 1902, 1911


Box VI.A 36 Lusk, Clementine, 1906


Box VI.A 36 Lusk, W.G., 1911, 1916, 1918


Box VI.A 36 Lyle, Emma, 1904-1907


Box VI.A 36 Lyons, Susan M., 1920-1928


Box VI.A 36 Lyons, William, 1912-1916



Box VI.A 37 Macrum, Mary, 1908


Box VI.A 37 Madigan, Michael, 1907-1912


Box VI.A 37 Magehan, William H., 1916-1917


Box VI.A 37 Maize, Isaiah and Josephine, 1923-1925


Box VI.A 37 Major, John and Mary Ann, 1903-1908


Box VI.A 37 Malhern, Anna, 1903, 1918


Box VI.A 37 Markham, Anna Catherine Murphy (Mrs. Edwin), 1904, 1937


Box VI.A 37 Marshal, D.H., 1908-1932


Box VI.A 37 Marshall, Mary


Box VI.A 37 Martin, Carrie A., 1919-1922


Box VI.A 37 Matthews, Benjamin F., 1911


Box VI.A 37 Matthews, John F., 1922-1933


Box VI.A 37 Matthews, John G., 1896


Box VI.A 37 Mathie, Mrs. M., 1903


Box VI.A 37 Maybury, Thomas, 1911-1912


Box VI.A 37 Maynard, George W., 1912-1913


Box VI.A 37 Maynard, Lucy, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 37 McAuly, Peter, 1904-1918


Box VI.A 37 McCartney, Minnie, 1901-1924


Box VI.A 37 McCauley, Sarah, 1904, 1910


Box VI.A 37 McChesney, Robert and Josephine, 1903, 1906-1907


Box VI.A 37 McClaren, Cevilla, 1913, 1930


Box VI.A 37 McClure, James P. and Emma, 1912-1914, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 37 McCollough, Maria, 1902, 1913, 1915


Box VI.A 37 McCormick, Blain, 1902, 1916


Box VI.A 37 McCormick, Leah, 1902-1904, 1915


Box VI.A 37 McCormick, W.A., 1905


Box VI.A 37 McCune, Emily, 1913, 1920


Box VI.A 37 McCune, John, 1905-1911


Box VI.A 37 McCullough, A.J., 1913


Box VI.A 37 McElroy, Margaret, 1914-1926


Box VI.A 37 McGrath, W.P., 1914-1926


Box VI.A 37 McKee, I.D., 1921


Box VI.A 37 McKenzie Child, Janet, 1912-1918


Box VI.A 37 McLain, Florence H., 1901


Box VI.A 37 McLean, Alice, 1909, 1924


Box VI.A 37 McMahon Trout, Sarah, 1884, 1902, 1916


Box VI.A 37 McMaster, Martha, 1925


Box VI.A 37 McMillan, Elizabeth, 1905, 1913, 1921, 1924


Box VI.A 37 McNairn, Edgar B., 1913-1920


Box VI.A 37 McNeel, Sarah, 1916



Box VI.A 38 Meckling, J.C., 1919


Box VI.A 38 Meisner, Emily, 1922-1923, 1928


Box VI.A 38 Merwin, Mrs. E.B., 1910-1919


Box VI.A 38 Metzgar, George, 1902, 1929, 1934


Box VI.A 38 Metzgar, Thomas, 1902, 1929


Box VI.A 38 Metzgar, William H., 1923


Box VI.A 38 Miller, Mrs. August, 1904


Box VI.A 38 Miller, Joaquin, 1905, 1913


Box VI.A 38 Miller, Permelia and William, 1913-1918, 1921-1932


Box VI.A 38 Miller, Zant, 1909, 1911, 1914, 1924, 1929


Box VI.A 38 Milne, Annie, 1928-1929


Box VI.A 38 Milnor, Sarah, 1900, 1919


Box VI.A 38 Minton, Margaret, 1916-1919


Box VI.A 38 Moore, Charles, 1914-1919


Box VI.A 38 Moore, John, 1917-1922


Box VI.A 38 Moore, Matilda, 1908


Box VI.A 38 Morningred, Peter, 1907-1917


Box VI.A 38 Morris, Mame and Cora, 1910


Box VI.A 38 Morris, Mrs, L.M., 1907, 1910, 1923


Box VI.A 38 Morrison, Anna G., 1908-1925


Box VI.A 38 Morrison, Thomas and Ellen, 1921-1927


Box VI.A 38 Moultrie, Charlotte, 1913-1917


Box VI.A 38 Munro , Ella, 1913, 1922-1933


Box VI.A 38 Murdock, Clara, 1924-1927


Box VI.A 38 Murdock, John G., 1902-1912


Box VI.A 38 Murphey, Ann, 1905-1914


Box VI.A 38 Murray, S.H. and Matilda, 1902-1925


Box VI.A 38 Myers, Sophia, 1908


Box VI.A 38 Naile, George and Ida, 1912-1914, 1921-1924


Box VI.A 38 Nichols, Andrew, 1912-1919


Box VI.A 38 Nichols, Ella Slagle, 1907-1909, 1935


Box VI.A 38 Nichols, Isabel, 1924-1926


Box VI.A 38 Noel, Frances, 1904,1916


Box VI.A 38 Nohe, Augustus, 1925-1931


Box VI.A 38 Norris, Elizabeth, 1908


Box VI.A 38 Nunan, Patrick and Mary, 1908, 1921-1933, 1941


Box VI.A 38 O'Hara, John, 1919


Box VI.A 38 Orner, Porter, 1901-1906


Box VI.A 38 O'Rourke, James, 1908, 1916


Box VI.A 38 Ostram, Josephine, 1933



Box VI.A 39 Palmer, Francesca, 1918


Box VI.A 39 Palmer, Mary J., 1925-1932


Box VI.A 39 Parkes, Hannah and Joseph, 1904, 1909, 1922, 1924


Box VI.A 39 Parsons, James k., 1913-1929


Box VI.A 39 Parsons, Lida, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 39 Paxson, Charles, 1911-1917


Box VI.A 39 Pearson, Charles, W., 1915-1928


Box VI.A 39 Peel, Edwin, 1921-1934


Box VI.A 39 Penn, Richard, 1926-1927


Box VI.A 39 Penton, Harriet I., 1902-1913


Box VI.A 39 Pershing, William, 1902-1903, 1916-1917


Box VI.A 39 Peterson, Joseph H., 1913-1933


Box VI.A 39 Peterson, William and Mrs., 1901, 1904


Box VI.A 39 Pettit, J.E., 1908-1909


Box VI.A 39 Pickering, Josiah, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 39 Pierce, Emily Thomas, 1913


Box VI.A 39 Pinkerton, Rachel, 1906-1907


Box VI.A 39 Piper, John L., 1912-1917


Box VI.A 39 Pitfield, James W., 1908-1910


Box VI.A 39 Platt, Ametta and Milton, 1914, 1918-1919


Box VI.A 39 Plum, Henry Wilbur, 1922-1925


Box VI.A 39 Plummer, Joseph, 1913-1923


Box VI.A 39 Porter, Fannie, 1905-1907, 1919


Box VI.A 39 Power, John, 1902, 1911


Box VI.A 39 Power, Richard, 1908-190


Box VI.A 39 Price, John, 1910


Box VI.A 39 Purcell, Joseph, 1919


Box VI.A 39 Puller, Charles, 1924


Box VI.A 39 Quinn, Laura, 1905, 1908-1909



Box VI.A 40 Rager, James, Lucinda and Nancy, 1902-1905, 1914


Box VI.A 40 Reed, Margaret, 1916


Box VI.A 40 Reese, Jacob and Jesse, 1899-1909


Box VI.A 40 Reese, Mary Ann, 1903-1916, 1925


Box VI.A 40 Reese, Samuel and William, 1903-1920


Box VI.A 40 Reilly, N.F., 1915-1916, 1927


Box VI.A 40 Reuther, Louise, 1912, 1917, 1919, 1924


Box VI.A 40 Reynolds, Samuel W., 1906


Box VI.A 40 Riddell, Mary and Horace, 1902, 1909, 1927


Box VI.A 40 Ridley, Thomas, 1902,1907-1910


Box VI.A 40 Ried, Elizabeth, 1913, 1924


Box VI.A 40 Rigney, Richard and Sarah, 1902, 1906, 1915-1916


Box VI.A 40 Ringle, John, 1902


Box VI.A 40 Ringwalt, Mrs. H.L., 1908, 1920


Box VI.A 40 Risban, Peter, 1908


Box VI.A 40 Roberts, Margaret, 1918


Robinson, Louise, 1901, 1910, 1920


Box VI.A 40 Rockwell, Mrs. E.I., 1913-1934


Box VI.A 40 Rogers, William, 1904, 1923-1924


Box VI.A 40 Rollin, Amanda, 1929


Box VI.A 40 Roney, Margaret, 1913-1916


Box VI.A 40 Rose, Luther, 1912-1917


Box VI.A 40 Rowe, Henry, Lydia A. and Della, 1902-1905, 1934


Box VI.A 40 Rowe, Robert D.E. and Evalyn, 1913-1934


Box VI.A 40 Rowland, Marie R., 1902-1928


Box VI.A 40 Royce, Henry, 1915-1917


Box VI.A 40 Ryder, M.G., 1915



Box VI.A 41 Sample, Sara C., 1936-1937


Box VI.A 41 Satterfield, Samuel, 1899-1913


Box VI.A 41 Scanlon, Ellen Moore, 1904, 1908


Box VI.A 41 Scahlan, John, 1912-1926


Box VI.A 41 Schoch, William W., 1922-1931


Box VI.A 41 Schnell, Alice, 1909-1917


Box VI.A 41 Schnell, Thaddeus and Mary, 1908-1912, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 41 Scott, Rebecca, 1924-1926


Box VI.A 41 Seibert, Mary B., 1925


Box VI.A 41 Sharp, Paul and Elizabeth, 1902-1909


Box VI.A 41 Sheldon, Irving and Mary, 1912, 1918, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 41 Shepard, Ella B., 1912-1917


Box VI.A 41 Shoemaker, Martha and Maria, 1904, 1907, 1912, 1921


Box VI.A 41 Showalter, Rose, 1907-1934


Box VI.A 41 Showerman, Maranda, 1913-1915


Box VI.A 41 Shrum, Elizabeth, 1902-1909


Box VI.A 41 Sloat, Elizabeth, 1921-1928


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Alice and Hosea, 1917-1920


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Anna , 1904, 1916,1931, 1936


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Charles, 1918-1933


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Hannah P., 1907-1916


Box VI.A 41 Smith, John W., 1920-1923


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Mary R., 1927-1928


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Michael, 1909


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Nellie A. and Robert, 1905, 1918-1926


Box VI.A 41 Smith, Thomas, 1919-1920


Box VI.A 41 Smith, William H., 1907-1916


Box VI.A 41 Snowden, Alice, 1904


Box VI.A 41 Spencer, Katherine, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 41 Spielman, Permilla, 1902-1903


Box VI.A 41 Spinner, Mary, 1914-1918


Box VI.A 41 Sprague, Clara, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 41 Standifer, George W. and Elizabeth, 1907-1908, 1921-1926


Box VI.A 41 Stevens, Harriet and Pariset, 1916-1925


Box VI.A 41 Stevens, Lillian, 1918, 1921-1923


Box VI.A 41 Stewart, John, 1907, 1923


Box VI.A 41 Stewart, Mrs. Joseph, 1904, 1919


Box VI.A 41 Stitt, Priscilla, 1902-1929


Box VI.A 41 Stormer, Elmira H. and George, 1906-1913


Box VI.A 41 Stormer, Harriet, 1865-1923}


Box VI.A 41 Story, Robert, 1902, 1922-1923


Box VI.A 41 Stumm, Frank A., 1912-1922


Box VI.A 41 Sullivan, Daniel, 1911-1917


Box VI.A 41 Swanson, Maril, 1904, 1921


Box VI.A 41 Sweeney, Margaret, 1903, 1918



Box VI.A 42 Talbot, Robert, 1907-1912


Box VI.A 42 Talmage, George Johnston, 1912-1913


Box VI.A 42 Taylor, Celestia, 1925-1933


Box VI.A 42 Tichenor, Emily, 1903


Box VI.A 42 Thode, Louise, 1920-1921


Box VI.A 42 Thompson, Alex, 1902-1905


Box VI.A 42 Toth, Alex, 1936


Box VI.A 42 Taylor, William S. and Celestia, 1921-1925


Box VI.A 42 Teeter, Susan T., 1907-1919


Box VI.A 42 Tetedour, Eliza, 1903


Box VI.A 42 Tevis, Rachel Weyman, 1903, 1905


Box VI.A 42 Thompson, James, 1910


Box VI.A 42 Tompkins, E.P., 1911-1916


Box VI.A 42 Thomas, Griffith and Elizabeth, 1904-1918


Box VI.A 42 Thomson, William, 1915-1916, 1921-1924, 1927-1928, 1935


Box VI.A 42 Duguid, Thomas


Box VI.A 42 Henderson, Janet


Box VI.A 42 Jamieson, Lizzie


Box VI.A 42 Morris, Annie


Box VI.A 42 Shaw, Elizabeth


Box VI.A 42 Wemyss, Ann


Box VI.A 42 Whitson, Anges


Box VI.A 42 Tracy, Michael and Mary, 1902, 1906, 1917


Box VI.A 42 Van Wyck, Katherine, 1900, 1917


Box VI.A 42 Vandevort, Callie, 1906


Box VI.A 42 Varick, J.S., 1906-1914


Box VI.A 42 Varnum, William and Florence, 1903-1904


Box VI.A 42 Vernon, Elizabeth, 1906-1907


Box VI.A 42 Vincent, Helen, 1908, 1921-1927


Box VI.A 42 Voltz, John, 1908-1909


Box VI.A 42 Von Eye, Edward, 1912-1916


Box VI.A 42 Von Hartman, Mrs. H.C., 1912


Box VI.A 42 Von Sutter, Bertha, 1912-1913



Box VI.A 43 Wakefield, Cyrus, 1903-1904


Box VI.A 43 Walkinshaw, John, 1908-1910


Box VI.A 43 Walsh, Arthur, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 43 Ward, Edwin T. and Grace, 1911-1934


Box VI.A 43 Ward, Hattie, 1907, 1929, 1931


Box VI.A 43 Washburn, Mary E., 1913-1915


Box VI.A 43 Washburn, Melancthon, 1908-1910


Box VI.A 43 Watson, Mark, 1902-1907


Box VI.A 43 Watt, George, 1905-1920


Box VI.A 43 Watts, John C. and Helen A., 1920-1924


Box VI.A 43 Webster, Ane Nielson and George, 1921-1933


Box VI.A 43 Welty, Anna and Elizabeth, 1904, 1909, 1917


Box VI.A 43 West, Henry W., 1912


Box VI.A 43 Westfall, James, 1902, 1905


Box VI.A 43 Whepley, Charles L., 1908


Box VI.A 43 Wherry, W.R., 1918-1932


Box VI.A 43 Whitaker, Mrs. C.H., 1910-1917


Box VI.A 43 White, Lucy, 1903-1915


Box VI.A 43 Whitehead, Bishop Cortland, 1903


Box VI.A 43 Whitfield, Addie, 1914-1929


Box VI.A 43 Whitfield, Clara, 1902, 1931


Box VI.A 43 Whitfield, Estelle, 1902-1907, 1928


Box VI.A 43 Whitford, Amanda R., 1923


Box VI.A 43 Wike, William W. and Mary, 1901, 1913


Box VI.A 43 Wilber, Henrietta E., 1925-1927


Box VI.A 43 Wilhelm, William W., 1902, 1906


Box VI.A 43 Wilkinson, Mrs. G.D., 1902, 1905, 1907


Box VI.A 43 Williams, May, 1903, 1906, 1914


Box VI.A 43 Williams, Rees and Hopkin, 1913-1933


Box VI.A 43 Willis, Jennie and Ada E., 1903-1915


Box VI.A 43 Wilmot, Etta, 1905-1910


Box VI.A 43 Wilson, Ellis, 1912-1915


Box VI.A 43 Wilson, H.H., 1902-1916


Box VI.A 43 Wilson, John T., 1904-1916


Box VI.A 43 Wilson, Thomas, 1902, 1922-1923


Box VI.A 43 Wison, William Bender and Florence, 1919-1928


Box VI.A 43 Winder, Alfred and Martha, 1912-1913, 1921-1924


Box VI.A 43 Winters, Ruth Fox, 1889-1932


Box VI.A 43 Witherow, Amelia, Isabella and Rebecca, 1916-1932


Box VI.A 43 Wolff, Charles C., 1921-1928


Box VI.A 43 Wood, Sarah, 1915-1919


Box VI.A 43 Woodring, William and Jeanette, 1921-1925


Box VI.A 43 Woodruff, Cornelia A., 1920


Box VI.A 43 Wortsman, Esther, 1921-1930


Box VI.A 43 Zeck, Ellen, 1905-1906, 1913


Subsubseries VI.A.5: Correspondence



Box VI.A 44 Check registers (some with blank checks), 1930 - 1945

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003


Box VI.A 44 Tin Plate Rolodex with addresses of annuitants and amount of annuity

Bayne, Elizabeth and Jeannie; Carnegie, Andrew; Carnegie Miller, Margaret; Carnegie Gauder, Margaret; Donohoe, Catherine; Eaton, Annie T.; Keller, Helen; McGregor, Harriet; Carnegie Hall Pension Trust; Guaranty Trust Co. of New York; Home Trust Company; L.W.C. Trust for H.D. Whitfield;

Gift from Carnegie Hall, May 2003



Box VI.A 45 Folder 1 Abbott, William L., 1908- 1911

Abbott, William L. Iron Trust Company ; Iron City Improvement Company

Unit includes pension applications and changes, grant and loan requests, philanthropic propositions, legal, railroad and real estate issues, contractors, etc., Materials on Carnegie Libraries and Organs are separated. Correspondence is addressed to Carnegie, Franks or Bates. Hudson Trust Co. and Hudson Co. Board of Taxation added to existing Franks files (change date span). Gifts to communities filed under community name


Box VI.A 45 Folder 2 ABE - ADA

Adam, A. Adams, Georgiana Academy of Political Science; Ackerman and Ross; Acme Milling Co.; Acme Water Purifying Co.;Adams Express Co.;


Box VI.A 45 Folder 3 Addressograph Company, 1914-1919

Addressograph Company


Box VI.A 45 Folder 4 AG - American Museum

Agnew, A.G.; Agnew, Smith; Ainsbough, Martha A.; Aitken, John (banquet for Scotchmen); Albright, Margaret; Alexander, Ann; Alexander, Lucien High; Allan, H.F.; Allen, John F.; Allen, W.M.; Allison, A.R.; Allison, Mrs. Tate W.; Allison, W.B.; Allison, William M.; Altman, Reuben G.; Altmayer, Leon S.; Alton, Alfred E. (First Baptist Church, Rome, NY) Albert Kelsey & Paul P. Cret, Architects; Aldine Association; Aldine Club; Alman & Co; Altoona Trust Co.; Alturas, CA (Congregational Church); American Academy of Dramatic Arts (Sargent, F.H., president); American Academy of the Political and Social Science; American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Association for International Conciliation; American Committee for the Celebration of the One Hundreth Anniversary of Peace Among English-Speaking Peoples; American Express Co.; American Forestry Association; American Iron and Steel Association (Swank, James M.); American Mercedes - Daimler Mfg. Co.; American Museum of Natural History


Box VI.A 45 Folder 5 American Museum of Safety

Tolman, William H. ; Williams, Arthur ; Moran, William J. American Museum of Safety

Robert Franks served as AMS treasurer


Box VI.A 45 Folder 2 AN-AZ

Ausley, W.


Box VI.A 45 Folder 2 AN-AZ

Audenried, Lewis


Box VI.A 45 Folder 6 American P - AZ

Anderson, Annie O.; Anderson, Eliza; Anderson, Getrude P.; Anderson, John R. (books); Anderson, Henry; Anderson, R.M.; Andrews, Matthew Page; Andrews, Mortimer; Angus, Rachel; Anstey, H. Lee; Archer, Alice; Armor, Juliette; Armor, Maud; Ashurne, Edith B.; Atwell, Frances; Auchincloss, John; Ausley, W.; Audenried, Lewis; Ayres, Samuel; Azpurua, Pedro V. American-Phillipine Co.; American Press Information Bureau; American Sheet & Tin Plate Co.; American Society of International Law; American Society for Testing Materials; Apawamis Club; Apex Medicine MFG. & Brokerage Co. (Cancer Cure); Armory Battery A. Field Artillery, Newark, NJ; Art Metal Construction Co.; Associated Academic Principals, State of New York; Associated Charities of Pittsburgh; Association of American Railway Accounting Officers; Astor Trust Co.; Atlanta University, GA (Ware, Edward T., president); Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association; Authors' Club (Rossiter Johnson, Treasurer)


Box VI.A 45 Folder 7 B - BASS

Ballan, Clara P.; Bales, Nellie G.; Balouaves, Janet; Barker, James; Barr, W.M.; Barr, Samuel F.; Barr, Mary F.; Barrow, A.C.; Barton, Ella; Bassett, Weston B. C. Ames & Co.; Babcock & Wilcox Co. (Cassarant, H.E.); Bank of Long Island; Bankers Trust Co.


Box VI.A 45 Folder 8 Bassiere, 1907-1910

Bassiere, Anthony and Jannette


Box VI.A 45 Folder 9 Bates, 1911- 1921

Bates, David Homer Society of United States Military Telegraph Corps.

Bates was the secretary of the Home Trust and also Secretary and Treasurer of Society of US Military Telegraph Corps. File contains info on numerous Carnegie Military Telegraph Pension recepients (address changes, etc) and on Joseph Kerbey


Box VI.A 45 Folder 10 BAY -BERR

Baxter, Roberta H.; Bayley, Neville; Bayter, Roberta H.; Beard, Daniel C.; Benedict, E.R.; Benedict, Mary A; Bennet, Dickson; Berendsohn, W.A.; Berry, Martha Bazeley, Barnes & Bazeley; Belgium, Government of; Bellefield Co.; Berry Schools, GA;


Box VI.A 45 Folder 11 Bertram, 1902 - 1912

Bertram, James

Carnegie's personal secretary.


Box VI.A 45 Folder 12 Bessemer Lake Erie Railroad Co., 1902- 1920

Kepler, George W. (Treasurer); Reed, J.H.; Bessemer Lake Erie Railroad Co.



Box VI.A 46 Folder 1 BET - BORDEN

Bettes, A. (mathematical chemistry); Bianchi, Carlo (re:); Bixby, W.K.; Black, D.P.; Blackburn W.W.; Blair, Samuel J.; Blandy, Graham; Blackburn W.W.; Blair, Samuel J.; Blandy, Graham; Bolling, Raynal; Borden, Caroline (re: pension for Bowne, Borden Parker, LL.D) Bethlehem Steel Co.; Blair & Co.; Blodget & Co.; Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church; Bond and Bruce; Boomer & Co. (Carnegie, T. Morrison)


Box VI.A 46 Folder 2 Bordt, 1910- 1912

Bordt, Arthur American Telephone and Telegraph Company


Box VI.A 46 Folder 3 BOW - BU

[Borvington, J.] (U. S. Courts, PA); Bowman, R.D.; Brashear, J; Breckenridge, Robert G.; Bremmer, J.R. ; Brewster, Harold and Margaret Cable; Bridge, Margery; Briggs, Charles; [Brighton, William]; Brown, Amanda M.; Brown, Janet D.; Brown, Jenny, L.; Brown, John (organ builder); Browning, C. R.; Bryan, Charles S. (re: Princeton University); Bulkey, H. Duncan; Burden, I. Townsend; Bureleard, Auson W.; Burhorn, C. Alfred; Bush, Julia Boy Scouts of America; Brown Brothers & Co.; Brown & Osmond; Bureau of Municipal Research; Burlington Savings Bank (Smith, C.P., president)


Box VI.A 46 Folder 4 C - CARNEGIE

Calden, E.; Campbell, William G.; Carnegie, Andrew, 2nd.; Carnegie, Morris (Navy Department); Carnegie, Mrs T. M; Carnegie, Virginia B. Calumet & Arizona Mining Co. and Superior & Pittsburgh Copper Co.; Camp-Fire Club of America (Coffin, William Edward); Canton Art Metal Co.; Carl H. Page & Co.; Carnegie Dunfermline Trust; Carnegie Hero Fund Commission; Carnegie Institute (Frew, W.N.; Church, S.H.); Carnegie Institue of Technology; Carnegie Institute of Washington; Carnegie Museum; Carnegie Relief Fund (Taylor, Charles L.); Carnegie Steel Company; Carnegie Technical Schools; Carnegie Trust Co.


Box VI.A 46 Folder 5 CFAT, 1908-1921

Flexner, Abraham; Cooper, F. R.; Bowman, John; Furst, Clyde Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching


Box VI.A 46 Folder 8 CEIP, 1911- 1912

Butler, Nicholas Murray; Haskell, Henry S.; Perkins, George W.; Scott, James Brown Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

includes CEIP legal documents and printed materials


Box VI.A 46 Folder 6 Carnegie Hall, 1910- 1912

Smith, C.C. Carnegie Hall


Box VI.A 46 Folder 7 Carnegie, Lucy, 1902- 1909

Carnegie, Lucy

see also Dungeness


Box VI.A 46 Folder 8 Carnegie, Lucy, 1903- 1921

Carnegie Lucy Pittsburg Opera House

Dividends for Opera House shares



Box VI.A 47 Folder 1 CARP - CE

Carter, Albert P. (re: Holmes, Clara, pensioner); Case, Albert C.; Cassiday, D. ; Casteran, John; [Celegg], Andrew S.; [Ceresle], Henry Carpenter Company (Church Organs); Century Magazine


Box VI.A 47 Folder 2 1902- 1903

Chamberlain, H.H.


Box VI.A 47 Folder 3 CHAR - CLEVELAND

Church, S. H.; Clark, Andrew; Clark, D. H.; Clark, E.J.; Clark, Noble M.; Clinch, Alexander; Cleveland, Lucy Charleston Museum; Chartiers Trust Co.; Chicago and North Western Railway Co.; City National Bank; City and Suburban Homes Company; Civic Forum (Ely, Robert Erskine); Claremont Savings Bank; Clay, Robinson & Co.; Cleveland & Pittsburg Railroad Co.


Box VI.A 47 Folder 4 Cleveland, Frances, 1909-1912

Cleveland, Frances (Mrs. Grover Cleveland); Hastings, J. S.

re: Grover Gleveland estate & pension.


Box VI.A 47 Folder 5 Cockburn, 1907 - 1911

Cockburn, Barrow & Machine Co./Cockburn Co.

Carnegie property in Jersey City, NJ


Box VI.A 47 Folder 6 Coffin, 1907- 1917

Coffin, F.A. Coffin & Co.


Box VI.A 47 Folder 7 COE - CORNELL

Coe, J.E.; Colbush, Ingram; Colcord, Wm.H.; Collyer, Gertrude (Mrs. Robert S.); Comstock, D.E.; Conant, Bertha (re: pension); Cooper, John S. (attorney at law); Coote, Joseph; Corbin, Floyd S.; Cornell, Alonzo B. Coler and Co.; Colgate and Co.; Colonial Trust Co.; Columbia Trust Co. (King, Willard); Columbia University; Colvin, Atwell & Co.; Commercial Bank of Scotland; Commercial Travelers' Inter-State Prosperity Congress; Commercial Trust Co. of New Jersey; Commissioners of Assessment of Taxes, Hoboken, NJ; Commissioners of Adjustment; Committee of One Hundred; Committee for Immigrants in America; Consolidated Gas Co. of New York; Continental Insurance Co. (re: pension of Balbach, George); Cook & Macconnell Automobile Brokers; Cooke & Oddie Real Estate; Cooper Iron Works (re: Hotel Marseille, NY); Corn Exchange Bank;


Box VI.A 47 Folder 8 Cornell, 1908- 1912

Cornell, Charles Ezra Cornell University


Box VI.A 47 Folder 9 COU - DEL

Coulter, Mary E. (re: pension); Craig, Amelie; Craiger, S.M.; Creighton, Mrs.; Cromley, Samuel B. (re: Furr, Laura J.); Cromwell, Geroge E.; Croucher, H.H.; Cummins, William J.; Cunningham, Charles R. (see also Carnegie Library Buildings); Currie, Eliza; Cutting, Robert L. (attorney at law); Dager, Martin V.; Dager, L.E.; Dawson, Warrington; Dalzeel, George; Dalziel, Marie; David, Thomas .B.A.; Davidson, E.M.; Davies, Richard; Country Life, Ltd,; Cravath, Henderson & De Gersdorff; Crawford, Dyer & Cannon; Crescent Watch Case Co. (Smith, Irving); Cross & Brown Co. Real Estate; Curtis, Freeman & Co.; Cushing Academy; Cutter, Freeman & Co. Practical Scientific Forestry; D.Appleton & Co.; Davies, Stone, Auerbach & Cornell; Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co.


Box VI.A 47 Folder 10 Denny, 1901 - 1911

Aull, W.J.; Denny Estate



Box VI.A 48 Folder 1 DEU - DUN

Deusner, Alice (re: pension); Devens, R.; Devoy, John W.; Shotwell, Mary E.; Dougherty, M.S.; Douglass, R.D.; Douglas, Jane Hood (re: pension); Doyle, H.G.; Duncan, Alec; ; Dominick & Dominick; Douglas, Fenwick & Co.; Dun's Review (R. G. Dun & Co.)


Box VI.A 48 Folder 2 Dungeness, 1901- 1921

Carnegie, Lucy; Page, W.E. Dungeness


Box VI.A 48 Folder 3 DUQ - EL

East, […}; Eaton, Emily S. (re: pension); Eger, Bertha (New York Public Library) Duquesne Club; East Pittsburg National Bank (re: Westinghouse memorial park); Effingham Lawrence & Co.; Eliot National Bank; Ellis Motor Car Co.


Box VI.A 48 Folder 4 Engineers, 1903-1924

Struthers, Joseph Engineers Club/ American Society of Civil Engineers/United Engineering Society


Box VI.A 48 Folder 5 ER - FAN

Ewing, John; Fancher, Samuel H. (re: Merwin, Mrs. E. B. pension); Fanshawe, William S. Erie and Pittsburg Railroad Co.; Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; Everett, Clarke, Benedict & Ward; Exchange National Bank of Pittsburgh


Box VI.A 48 Folder 6 Farmers Bank, 1910 - 1917

Fleming, J.W. Farmers Deposit National Bank


Box VI.A 48 Folder 7 F

Fawcett, Mary E.; Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Fidelity Memorial Training School, Nashville, TN


Box VI.A 48 Folder 8 Fidelity, 1904-1918

Fidelity Title and Trust Company


Box VI.A 48 Folder 9 FIE - FOR

Field, Clara (re: pension); Fink,Alexander; Finnegan, Elizabeth; Fish, Elisabeth H. (re: pension); A.E. Fitkin; Fleck, Frederick; Fleming, J.W.; Fleming, Lyda; Flexner, [Irwin]; Folsom, Henry J.; Folwell, J. E. (re: pension), Fortune, J. A.; Fifth Avenue Association; Fifth Avenue Bank; First National Bank; First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, PA;


Box VI.A 48 Folder 7 Foskett, 1911

Foskett, A. Joseph Howe, Walter B. (re: Lake Carnegie)

auditor - letters to Franks (letters co-signed by Franks and Foskett filed under correspondents)



Box VI.A 49 Folder 1 FOSS - FU

Foss, Archibald C.; Fowler, Charles N. (US Congress, NJ); Fox, Austin G.; Foy, Mrs. Joseph H. (re: pension); Franciscus, Katherine; Frazier, Kate; Fried, Alfred H.; Fuld, Francis Fourteenth Street Bank; Fourth National Bank of the City of New York; Fr[..] League; Freeport Planning Mill Co.; Frick (H.C.) Coke Co.; Furman University (Porteal, Edwin - president)


Box VI.A 49 Folder 2 G

Gage, Harriet T.; Gage, Laura M.; Gale, Walter C.; Gibson, Martha; Gilder, Francisca; Ginnbert, Robert; Graham, Mrs. Dana G.; Graham, Martha; Green, J. Whitaker (re: pension of Wood, Loiusa); Greene, David E.; Gurghty, Janus J. Gardner, Carton and Gardner; Garlock Packing Co.; George B. Atlee & Co.; George W. Cobb, Jr. (furniture); Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta; German National Bank of Allegheny; Grant Land Association; Creencastle Public Schools; Greene Cananea Copper Co.; Gross, Hyde & Shipman; Guarantee Trust Co.of NY;


Box VI.A 49 Folder 3 Gulick, 1906- 1918

Gulick, Alexander Reading Councellor at law - later Gulick, Brokaw & Springs;


Box VI.A 49 Folder 4 HA - HOW

Hamilton, Edward P.; Hamilton, Tods Murray; Hawkins, M.E. (pension); Hawk, William S. (re: Carnegie Hall, TB Cure); Hayward, Amalia K. (re: pension); Higginson, H.L.; Heath, Henry G.K. (re: Condon, Martin J.); Heimburg, Auguste von; Henderson, Charles F.; Henderson, Harvey B.; Henley, Milton C.; Hever, Nancy C.; Henessy, John D.; Higgins, Anna Browne; Hill, John W.; Hogan, John C.; Holmes, Clara M.; Horner, Warren Murdoch; H.C.Frick Coke Co. - see Frick Coke Co.; H. F. Bachman & Co Bankers; Haensel & Jones; Hanover National Bank; Harris & Towne; Hartford & New York Transportation Company; Harris, Forbes & Co.; Harvard College Observatory; Harvard Cosmopolitan Club; Harvard University Press; Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Hornblower & Weeks;


Box VI.A 49 Folder 5 Howe, 1904- 1916

Howe, William Read; Howe & Davis Councellors at Law

re: Orange County, NJ real estate; Llevelyn Park Improvement Company


Box VI.A 49 Folder 6 HOWELL - J

Howell, Edward H. (real estate); Hudson, Nellie M.; Humphreys, Alex C.; Ide, George E. (re: New York Child Welfare Committee); Ives, William L. (re: pension); Jacoby, G. (German researcher); Jefferis, Anna E.; Johnson, Charles F.; Johnson, Rossiter (National Alumni editor); Johnson, Thomas; Jones, L.R.; Jones, R.W. (re: Oklahoma City College); Josephs, R.Z. (real estate); Junkins, Mrs. William (re; Pension) Hudson River Day Line (Olcott, E. E., President); Hudson Trust Co.; Idaho, University of; Imperial German Consulate General (re: Clausse, F. C.); Industrial Safety Association; Innes and Center (Real Estate); Institute for Colored Youth (Carnegie Library); International Arbitration League; International Code Co.(re: New Code of International Law); International Nickel Co.; International Trust Co.; Inverurie (town clerk); Iron and Steel Institute; Irving Press; James Pyle & Sons; Jenkins Bros.; Johns Hopkins University (Smith, John F.); Johnson Studios of Pittsburgh; Joseph Frankel and Sons



Box VI.A 50 Folder 1 K - KIR

Kalney, I.; Katte, Walter; Kauffman, Leon (re: Simis, William); Keating, Emily (pension); Keene, Charles (architect); Keller, Helen; Kellock, Jeannette E.; Kelly, Arthur; Kelsey, Frederick W.; Kennedy, Margaret; Kerbey, Joseph Orton (traveller to promote telegraph in South America); Kerner, Susan; Keston, J.; Kimpton, Mrs. T.H. (re: pension); Kindl, Alice; King, Agnes; King, Alexander; King, Alex Jr.; King, David Bennett; King, George W.; King, Mrs. Tom Cobb; Kirchhoff, Charles Kansas City Terminal Railway Co.; Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge Co.; Kanouse Mountain Water Co.; Kellogg-Mackay Co. (re: Carnegie Libraries); Kings County Trust Co.; Kingsley House Association; Kirkland & Yardley Insurance;


Box VI.A 50 Folder 2 Kissel, Kinnicutt & Co., 1909 - 1911

Kissel, Kinnicutt & Co.

Bankers


Box VI.A 50 Folder 3 KIT- LI

Kittel, Alice L.; Kloman, Charles H.; Knepper, Mrs. B.(pensions); Lamonte, Geo; Lauder, George; Laughlin, John E.; Lawrence, Mrs. L. A.; Lawson, Miss (re: pension for Von Guttenberg, Rose); Leonklin, C. F.; Lindstrom, John.H.; Linker, E. Knights Templars & Masonic Mutual Aid Association; Kowaliga School for Colored Youth; Kuhn, Loeb & Co. (re: Railroad Companies); L. A. Norton INvestment Securities; Lahey-Daly Co. (Daly, Thomas H.); Lake Carnegie Association (Howe, Walter B.); Landay Bros., Inc. Victor Talking Machines; Latin American and Foreign Trade Association ; Lawyer's Club; Lee, Higginson & Co.; Lewis and Conger Co.; Lincoln Dinner Committee (Leaycraft, J. Edgar); Lincoln Safe Deposit Co. (Olcott, E. E.);


Box VI.A 50 Folder 4 Llewellyn, 1904- 1910

Heald, John; Heininger H.; King, David Bennett; Taylor, Mead; Edwards, E.K.; Vorhees, Daniel S.; Schultze, Emile; Heald, Richards V.; Douglass, R. D. (Mercantile Agency) Llewellyn Park Improvements Co.

R. Franks was a treasurer.


Box VI.A 50 Folder 5 LO - M

Lusk, Thurston G.; McAfee, Belle; McAra, Patrick (re: Crerar, Duncan McGregor); McClure, E.Z.; McCormick, David; McCormick, Viola; McDermot, L.P.; McDowell, William O. (League of Peace); Machay, Helen; McKee, I.D.; Macklean, Catherine; McMillan, E.W.; McMillen, James J.; Majillou, Mary B.; Major, John; Marshall, D.H.; Marston, Hunter S.; Meares, Adelaide; Meekling, J. C.; Messler, E.L.; Miller, Thomas; Milnor, Carrie S.H.; Monell, Ralph; Moreland, Theodore; Morgan, […]; Morrison, Thomas; Musick, S.E. Long Island Railroad Co.; Lotos Club; Macbeth-Evans Glass Co,; McCloud River Lumber Co.; McCornick Brothers; McGeorge & Vanderhoef Bond Brokers; Mackay, Irons & Co.; McKenna Brothers Brass Co.; Meehan Detective Agency; Mellon National Bank; Mercantile Safe Deposit Co.; Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch (re: Library); Museum of Safety and Sanitation


Box VI.A 50 Folder 6 National City Bank Of NY, 11/18/1910- 2/18/1913

McRoberts, Samuel M.; Albrek, R.; Miller, Roswell; Kavanagh, A.;Gregory, G.E.; Blackburn, W.W.; Vanderlip, F. A. National City Bank Of New York

Contains financial documents, bond info, and info on various charities


Box VI.A 50 Folder 7 NA - NEW JERSEY

Naile, Mrs. George. W. (re: pension); Neubauer, Walter (job application) National Bank of America; National City Co.; Nationalbank fur Deutschland, Germany; National League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes; National Mining Co.; National Fire Proofing Co.; National Railways of Mexico; Negro Rural School Fund; Nelson Thompson Co; Nevada-California Power Co. (Phipps, Lawrence); Nevada-California Electric Corporation; University of New Mexico (re: Spanish language); New England Audit Co. (re: Springfield Carnegie Libraries); New Jersey Bankers Association; New Jersey Public Library Commission (Askew, Sarah); New Jersey State Building Trades; New Jersey, State of



Box VI.A 51 Folder 1 NJ Dept of Banking, 1901- 1910

Bettle, William;Johnston, Thos K.; Watkins, David O.; LEwis, Vivian M.; Edwards, E.I. New Jersey, State of - Department of Banking and Insurance


Box VI.A 51 Folder 4 NJ Commission on Immigration, 1911- 1913

Cleland, Alexander New Jersey Commission of Immigration


Box VI.A 51 Folder 5 NEW Y - NU

Newkirk, Louis Hasbrouck (councelor at law); NIchols, Charles M. (re: Carnegie Library); NIchols, Ella; Nicola, F.F. (re: Pittsburgh Athletic Association); Nicolson, John (re: Hamlin, Elizabeth); Nicholls, Mrs. Samuel (re: pension); Norris, Elizabeth; Nunan, Mrs. Mary Ann New York City- Department of Finance; New York Peace Society (Short, Willliam H.); New York State - Banking Department; New York State Bar Association; New York Tax Reform Association; New York Telephone Co.; New York Times; New York Transfer Co.; New York Trust Co.; New York Zoological Society; Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. (re: Lauder's yacht); Nineteenth Ward Bank; North American Civic League for Immigrants; North Butte Mining Co.; Northwestern Mutual LIfe Insurance Co.; Northwestern University


Box VI.A 51 Folder 6 O

O'Connor, Frank A. (NJ Orange Co. tax collector); O'Connor, Mrs. Patrick (re: pension); Odde, John A.L.; Ogden, Robert C.; Olcott, E.E. (president of Hudson River Day Line); Osborn, E.C. (re: Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge); Oswald, C.L.; Oberlin College; Oklahoma City Lodge No. 417 - B.P.O Elks; Oklahoma Gas ansd Electric Company; Old Time Telegraphers and Historical Association (Lloyd, W.J.); Oneida National Bank of Utica (re: Andrews, Mortimer); Oratorio Society of New York (Comstock, Frederick H.); Outlook (re: Mills, George H.)


Box VI.A 51 Folder 7 P - Q

Paden, George W. (appeal for donation - Pittsburgh); Paisley, Eleanor L.; Parker, C. Ellsworth (re: Blackstock, Mary); Paton, Amelia S.; Paton, Robert (re: Cranston, Sir Robert); Patterson, John; Peacock, Alex R.; Perkins, Frederick Curtis; Pershing, Sadie; Peterson, Mrs. William; Petty, A.L. (re: pension of Balbach, George); Phipps, Henry; Pitzer, Annie H. (re: pension); Plimpton, George A. (secretary, Church Peace Union); Plummer, Joseph (re: pension); Poynton, John A.; Pritchett, Henry S.; Quay, R.R. (Geneva, Seneca Falls and Auburn Rail Road Co.) Pan American Union (see also Kerbey, Joseph); Parkinson & Burr; Passaic Daily News (Hartt, George M.); Patterson Crawford Miller and Arensberg; Peace Society of the City of New York; Pennsylvania Department of Health (Dixon, Samuel); Pennsylvania Iron Works Co.; Pennsylvania Railroad Co.; Pennsylvania Society; Pennsylvania State College; People's Symphony Concerts; Phillips & Worthington, Contracting Engineers; Philo-Selby Company Engravers and Lithographers; Pittsburgh Board of Public Education (re: Ebbert, Theresa Amelia); Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co.; Pittsburgh Steamship Co.; Pittsburgh, University of; Platt Iron Works Co.; Price, Waterhouse & Co. (re: Union Railroad Co.); Procter & Borden Bonds;


Box VI.A 51 Folder 8 R - SN

Reed, William Lord; Reynolds, B.F.; Roland, Miriam D.; Runsth, Fred (South Jersey Good Roads Association); San Toy Mining Co.; San Toy Mining Report; Schaff, Mary C.; Schleck, P.K.; Schmidlapp, J.G.; Schroder, Aug.; Schwab, Charles; Seibert, Mary B. (re: pension); Seligman, M.C.; Sheridan, [P.]; Shields, J.M.; Shourbaugh, H. J. (re: pension for Coulter, Rebecca); Slavens, H.G.; Slinart, James; Sloat, Elizabeth; Smiley, Daniel; Smith, AnnaS.M.; Smith, W.H. (St. Clair Improvement Co. - re: benefit of "Carnegie Children); Smith, Charles E.; Snow, Anna Brooks R. W. Johnson Studios of Pittsburgh; Robinson, Biddle & Benedict; St. Paul Normal and Industrial School, Laurenceville, VA; Santa Barbara County National Bank (re: pension for Eaton, Harlow); Schmidlapp Bureau for Women and Girls; Scott & Co.; Seaboard Air Line Railway; Security Bank of New York (Appleton, R. Ross, president); Shearson, Hammill & Co.;



Box VI.A 50 Folder 9 SO - SZ

Spellman, Benjamin (re: Conboy, Martin); Spence, [Clara] B.; Stanton, Theodore (re: Le Journal International, Paris); Starr, Theodore B.; Steil, George H.; Stern, George W.; Stevens, Florence; Stevens, Norman; Stewart, Elizabeth (secretary to Robert Franks); Stewart, Elizabeth M. (re: pension for Miss Stogan); Stikeman, George; Stirling, Allan (Water Tube Boilers); Stitt, Priscilla; Stormer, Maggie; Styer, C.J.; Sweeney, Mrs. M. ; Sykes, Theodore F. (re: donation) Society for Italian Immigrants; Society of Pittsburg Newspaper Artists; Sockett Town Clerk; Soney & Sage Law Books; South Side Sportsmen's Club; Southern Lines Pacific (re: Houston & Texac Central RR); Southern Welding Co.; Special Hampton Trip (Trowbridge, Alexander); Spencer & Co,; Spencer Trask & Co.; Stanley and Patterson; State Bank; State College, PA; State Mutual Life Assurance Co.; State Normal-Industrial School; State Street Trust Co.; Steneck Trust Co.; Stevens Institute of Technology; Stewart & Holihan, manufacturers of rubber stamps; Superior Day and NIght Garage; Swarthmore College; Swarthmore National Bank;



Box VI.A 51 Folder 10 T

Thomas, J.Q. (law office); Thompson, John; Tilton, Edward L. (architect - Carnegie Libraries); Toth, Andrew (Andras); Treacy, James R.; Troth, Edward Tatlock & Beardsley, Bankers; Tea Tray Company of Newark, N.J.; Tenement Improvement Co. (Guthrie, Priscilla S.; Chubb, Charles F.); Third National Bank; Thord Einarsen & Bro.; Thread Agency; Traction Bond Company; Transo Envelope Co.; Trustees of Estate of Mary E. Schenley, Deceased (Herron, John)



Box VI.A 52 Folder 1 Union Railroad Co., 1903 - 1920

Reed, J.H. (president); Kepler, G.W. (treasurer) Union Railroad Company


Box VI.A 52 Folder 2 Union Trust Co., 1909- 1919

Hayes, Scott (treasurer); McEldowney, H.C. (president); Irwin, John A. (secretary) Union Trust Company


Box VI.A 52 Folder 3 UNION - UNITED

Union League Club; Union Towel Supply Company; United Life and Accident Insurance Company; United Press Syndicate; United States Court of Appeals; United States Cremation Company; United States Customs Service; United States Mortgage & Trust Company


Box VI.A 52 Folder 4 U - V

United States Mortgage & Trust Company


Box VI.A 52 Folder 5 US Sheets Co., 1912 - 1916

Erskine, J.B.; Corbett, W.H.; Bolling, Raynal; HAy, H.G.; Fleming, Jas; Everitt, N.R.; Blackburn, W.W.;Campbell, Jas J. United States Sheets Co.


Box VI.A 52 Folder 6 U, 1905 - 1915

United States Steel Corporation


Box VI.A 52 Folder 7 US Steel & Carnegie Pension Fund, 1911- 1913

Erskine, J.B.; Bolling, Raynal C. United States Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund


Box VI.A 52 Folder 8 U-V

Usher, Thomas B. (taxes); Van Coehoorn, H. Wierts; Vanderhoef, L. V.; van Herabar, William; Van Nesh, Katherine; Van Wyck, K.L.S.; VonEye, Edward; Vorrick, Julia; Vredenburgh, L.R.; Wagner, Jess E. (re: Bush, Julia); Wehihane, Mary H.; Westinghouse, George Jr.; Whitman, Charles S. (NY District Attourney) University Club, State College, PA; Vanderbilt Estates Company; Vermont, State of (Bailey, Guy, secretary of State); W. W. Kimball Co. (manufacturer of church organs); Wallace, Butler & Brown (Butler, William Allen); Waterville Free Library Association; White Star Line; White, Weld & Co. (re: Illinois Steel Co.O; Who's Who in America; William P. Bonright & Co.; William Meredith & Co.; William Salomon & Co. Bankers; Wunderly Bros.


Box VI.A 52 Folder 9 Church Organs by location


Box VI.A 52 Folder 10 Public Libraries by location

Boscombe, England; Brooklyn, NY; Cleveland, OH; Coleraine, MN; Derby, CT; Duquesne, PA; Jeffersonville, IN; Leavenworth, KS; McCloud, CA; New York, NY; Northcote, [Australia]; Pittsburg, PA; Thamesville, Ontario


Box VI.A 52 Folder 11 Unidentified Correspondence

Braddock, PA; Brooklyn, NY; Cleveland, OH; Homestead, PA; Jersey City, NJ; Lowell, MA; Moore, PA; Noank, CT; Philadelphia, PA; Sewickley, PA; Shelby, NC; Washington, PA


Subseries VI.B. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, circa 1932-1965

This subseries contains general subject files as well as the agendas, minutes, and other informational materials of the Finance Committee, Executive Committee, and Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (CFAT), which for many years shared staff and office space with Carnegie Corporation. The Finance Committee material contains transaction memoranda specifying recently bought and sold securities, book and market values of holdings, and investment office memoranda. In 1959, the Finance Committee was re-named the Investment Committee. The Executive Committee material documents receipts and disbursements, income received and expected, payments and the status of reserve funds; administrative personnel and changes in CFAT's infrastructure; CFAT's relationship with other organizations, especially its relationship with Carnegie Corporation; the Division of Educational Inquiry and the many studies it organized and completed; and studies of retiring allowances and pensions. The Board of Trustees material includes documentation of annual meetings; nominations, elections, and appointments to the board; and officer reports. In addition, the records document the results of major studies, the results of which were reported at the Annual Meetings. Such studies include examinations of the college and university presidency, university-government relations, the shortage of college and university teachers, student values, and the role of faculty in the academic community.



Box VI.B 1 10/7/32 - 12/18/34


Box VI.B 1 1/4/35 - 1/27/39



Box VI.B 2 4/20/39 - 5/9/41



Box VI.B 3 6/12/41 - 10/6/44



Box VI.B 4 11/15/44 - 1/10/47



Box VI.B 5 5/9/47 - 11/16/49



Box VI.B 6 1/16/59 - 5/5/61



Box VI.B 7 7/20/61 - 10/24/63



Box VI.B 8 11/20/63 - 11/17/65



Box VI.B 9 Agricultural Education



Box VI.B 10 American College President


Box VI.B 10 Art Education


Box VI.B 10 Association of C & S Mid. State


Box VI.B 10 College Athletics


Box VI.B 10 Committees of Educational Inquiry


Box VI.B 10 Committee on Educational Inquiry (continued)



Box VI.B 11 Committee on Educational Inquiry (continued)



Box VI.B 12 Comparative Education


Box VI.B 12 Control of Tax-Supported Education


Box VI.B 12 Cooperative Graduate Testing Program



Box VI.B 13 Cooperative Graduate Testing Program



Box VI.B 14 Cooperative Graduate Testing Program (continued)



Box VI.B 15 Dental Education


Box VI.B 15 Dental Education (continued)



Box VI.B 16 Economy in Higher Education


Box VI.B 16 Engineering Education, Mann


Box VI.B 16 Federal Government and Higher Education



Box VI.B 17 Federal Government and Higher Education (continued)



Box VI.B 18 Financial Reports of Colleges, etc.


Box VI.B 18 Gilman, Daniel, Life of Flexner


Box VI.B 18 Graduate Education


Box VI.B 18 Graduate Education (continued)



Box VI.B 19 Graduate Education in the South


Box VI.B 19 Graduate Education in the South (continued)



Box VI.B 20 Grants-in-Aid for Instructional Staff in Southern Region


Box VI.B 20 Grants-in-Aid for Instructional Staff in Southern Region



Box VI.B 21 Grants-in-Aid for Instructional Staff in Southern Region



Box VI.B 22 Grants-in-Aid for Instructional Staff in Southern Region



Box VI.B 23 Grants-in-Aid for Instructional Staff in Southern Region



Box VI.B 24 Justice and the Poor



Box VI.B 25 Legal Education, Reed


Box VI.B 25 Library Training


Box VI.B 25 Mental Hygiene


Box VI.B 25 Missouri Study



Box VI.B 26 Pennsylvania Study


Box VI.B 26 Pension Studies



Box VI.B 27 Pension Studies (continued)



Box VI.B 28 Unitary Assignments, Ryan


Subseries VI.C: Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, 1917-1981

In 1918, under an arrangement negotiated by Carnegie and the CFAT (which Carnegie had founded in 1905), the Corporation gave $1 million to found the Teachers Insurance Annuity Association of America. The nonprofit stock of the association, now called TIAA-CREF, was owned outright by the Corporation until 1938, when it was transferred to an independent board of trustees. CCNY continued to support TIAA with grants until 1957.



Box VI.C 1 1917-1932



Box VI.C 2 1933-1938



Box VI.C 3 Folder 1-7 1939-1981


Box VI.C 3 Folder 8 Clippings


Box VI.C 3 Folder 9 Exploratory Study Of a College Loan Fund, 1958


Box VI.C 3 Folder 10 Purchase and Distribution of College Plans for Retirement Income, 1940