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Herbert H. Hyman papers, 1942-1985

Summary Information


Herbert H. Hyman (1918-1985), an expert on the science of polling, was a professor of sociology at both Columbia University (1951-1969) and Wesleyan University (1969-1985). His papers deal primarily with his professional research interests and projects, but also include some teaching materials. His files include budgets, code books, correspondence, course materials, drafts, grant files, proposals, surveys, and typescripts.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1444
Bib ID 6619504 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Hyman, Herbert Hiram, 1918-
Title Herbert H. Hyman papers, 1942-1985
Physical Description 7.14 linear feet (17 boxes)
Language(s) English .
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The files have been left in the order in which Herbert Hyman stored them during his lifetime.



The papers deal primarily with Hyman's professional research interests and projects, and include material on both published and unpublished projects. In general, Hyman grouped materials together by topic or project. The files also include some course, lecture and teaching materials; budgets, code books, correspondence, course materials, drafts, grant files, proposals, research, surveys, and typescripts.

The papers reflect Hyman's interest in education, socialization, and attitude change. They include files on research projects related to blind individuals, civil liberties, comparative survey research, desegregation in schools, public opinion, race and race relations, and widowhood. At the time of his death, Hyman was researching the history of survey research; there are several files related to the project.

Hyman often kept files on similar subjects or projects together in small groups. For example, the files on research projects include large sets of files on two topics. The first set of files relates to Hyman's research study on the blind, referred to in reports as "Communication, Perception and Social Behavior: Explorations in These Fundamental Processes through the Study of the Inter-group Relations and Attitudes of the Blind." This project was started in the early 1960s at Columbia University. The files include code books, correspondence, proposals, and reports. Although Hyman produced several articles from the research, the unrest at Columbia University in 1968 caused the disruption and abandonment of the project.

The second set of files relates to the Office of War Information (OWI). These files include code books, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and background material. Although Hyman did work for the Surveys Division of OWI during World War II, it is clear from his correspondence that he also conducted research on this topic in the early 1980s. It is not clear if these materials document Hyman's research activity, his work at OWI, or both.

There are two items which appear to date from Hyman's time as a student: a course paper (1942) and a resource list of materials relating to Social Psychology written with Gardner Murphy. Both are in Box 2. Otherwise, the collection contains no material from Hyman's pre-professional activities.

A few files that contain biographical information and reviews of Hyman's work are filed in Boxes 5, 7, and 10. There are a few publicity photographs of Hyman in the "Personal Data" file in Box 7; otherwise, there are no photographs in the collection. The collection does not contain any material related to Hyman's personal life or interests.

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

This collection was: Source of acquisition--Mrs. Helen Kandel Hyman in. Method of acquisition--donated by; Date of acquisition--1989.

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This collection was processed by Catherine N. Carson.

Finding aid written by Catherine N. Carson in April 2008.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Biographical information for Hyman can be found in the Historical Biographical Files of the University Archives. The file includes both a curriculum vita and a list of his writings that date from 1985.

Herbert H. Hyman was born in New York City on March 3, 1918.

Hyman received all of his degrees from Columbia University. He completed a bachelor's degree in 1939, a master's in 1940, and a PhD. in Social Psychology in 1942. During World War II, Hyman worked for the United States Government. At first, he worked as a Social Science Analyst for the Division of Program Surveys in the Department of Agriculture. From 1942-1944, he worked as a Public Opinion Analyst in the Surveys Division of the Officer of War Information. From 1942-1946, he was involved in the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey of Germany and the Bombing Survey of Japan, and in 1947, he was a member of the Expert Mission on Public Opinion and Sociological Research, Army of Occupation, Japan.

In 1947, Hyman became a Senior Project Director at the National Opinion Research Center (NORC). He joined the faculty of Columbia University as an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology in 1951, although he continued to work part-time at NORC until 1957. While at Columbia, Hyman chaired the Sociology Department (1965-1969) and served as the Associate Director for the University's Bureau of Applied Research (1957-1969). He also served as the Program Director for the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development in Geneva (1964-1965). From 1969 until his retirement, he was a professor of sociology at Wesleyan University. During his career, Hyman also held visiting professorships and lectureships at several institutions, including the Universities of California at Berkeley, Oslo, Ankara, Turin and Milan, Catania and Turin, Temple University, and MIT.

Hyman was the author of four books on public opinion polling, and is credited with helping to advance the science of polling. He is well-known as a survey researcher, and had strong interests in education, socialization, and attitude change. But as David Sills notes in his review of Surveying Social Research: Papers in Honor of Herbert H. Hyman, Hyman did not see survey work as a purely technical exercise. He felt that survey work was "both a method for obtaining information needed by policy makers and scholars and a form of ethnography - a way of enabling people to reveal their culture and their feelings to a researcher.".

Hyman married Helen Kandel, a freelance writer, in 1945. The couple had two sons, Alex and David, and a daughter, Lisa. Hyman died in China after suffering a heart attack in December 1985. He had traveled to the country to speak at a conference on "Uses of Sociology in Developing Countries" at Zhongshan University.

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Box 1 Folder 1 Readings in Public Opinion, 1957

(In Turkish)

Box 1 Folder 2 Collected Lectures: Introduction the Methodology of the Social Sciences,, 1957-1958

(In Turkish)

Box 1 Folder 3 Animals, 1948-1972

Box 1 Folder 4 Civil Liberties, circa, 1946-1962

Box 1 Folder 5 Public Opinion, circa, 1949-1962

Box 1 Folder 6 Texas Lecture on Communication and Integration, 1967

Box 1 Folder 7 Mass Communication, 1974

(Draft for book chapter and correspondence)

Box 1 Folder 8 PSD and Later ISR (Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan),, 1977-1982

Box 1 Folder 9 Voluntary Association, 1960-1977

Box 1 Folder 10 Handbook Chapter, 1973

(Hyman wrote an article for the Handbook of Political Psychology in 1973)

Box 1 Folder 11 Strategies in Comparative Social Research, 1963 July

(Inter-University Consortium for Political Research)

Box 1 Folder 12 Prose Surveys--HH Memos, 1942-1943

Political Socialization: A Study in the Psychology of Political Behavior,, 1957-1958

Box 1 Folder 13 Correspondence

Box 1 Folder 14 Typescript

Box 2 Folder 1 Social Psychology--List of Teaching and Research Material, circa, 1940s

(Compiled by Gardner Murphy and Herbert Hyman)

Box 2 Folder 2 Catholic Physicians and Birth Control/Experimental Selective Empanelling, 1964, 1971, 1964, 1971

(Proposal and correspondence)

Box 2 Folder 3 An Outline for the Comparative Study of National Images of America,, 1957


Box 2 Folder 4 Historical Trends in the Study of Genius, 1942 January

(Course paper)

Box 2 Folder 5 Democratic Potential/Values Study, 1959


Box 2 Folder 6 An Experimental Study of Functional Autonomy, 1942

(Correspondence, typescript)

Box 2 Folder 7 Material related to the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey of Germany, 1944-1945

Box 2 Folder 8 Expert Informant Article, 1966

Box 2 Folder 9 Social Science Research Council--Comparative Sociological Research Committee,, 1967-1968

Box 2 Folder 10 Problems of Inducing Social Change: Some Implications for Education,, 1969

(Lecture at the University of Michigan)

Box 2 Folder 11 The Mysterious Case of Gini and Galvani: The Cause of Random Sampling Abetted by the Nonrandom Sampling of Scientific Information,, 1963-1964

(Correspondence; typescript)

Box 2 Folder 12 1976 Italy Sabbatical, 1976, 1976, 1976

Box 2 Folder 13 Stouffer Article for Dictionary of American Biography, 1979

Box 2 Folder 14 295-361, circa, 1952-1972

(Includes teaching materials and a research proposal entitled, "Problems and Principles of Secondary Analysis of Survey Data: A Proposal for the Codification of Past Experience Leading to the Improved Utilization in the Future")

Box 2 Folder 15 Anomie Paper, 1961

Box 2 Folder 16 Race, 1982-1985

(Research on school desegregation)

Box 2 Folder 17 Secondary Analysis of Sample Surveys Sample Pages, circa, 1972

(Book reviews)

Box 2 Folder 18 Readings in Reference Group Theory and Research--Correspondence, 1966-1972

Box 3 Folder 1 Spencer--Budget, 1973-1975

(Grant for "The Enduring Effects of Education")

Box 3 Folder 2 Survey Design, 1969-1970

(Royalties for "Survey Design and Analysis")

Box 3 Folder 3 Reference Group Book Royalties, 1966-1970

Box 3 Folder 4 National Science Foundation (NSF)--Principles of Secondary Analysis Grant,, 1969-1972

Box 3 Folder 5 Enduring Effects of Education Royalties, 1974-1985

Box 3 Folder 6 Sabbatical, 1980

(Related to research for "History of the Sample Survey Method of the United States")

Box 3 Folder 7 Contract--Encyclopedia (Klineberg article), 1975-1978

Box 3 Folder 8 1971-1972 Italy--Papers, 1971-1973, 1971-1972, 1971-1973

Box 3 Folder 9 Civil Liberties Piece, 1962

(The piece is "England and America: Climates of Tolerance and Intolerance")

Box 3 Folder 10 Arno Press Foreign Status, 1979

(Related to the reprinting of his dissertation)

Box 3 Folder 11 Spencer, 1975-1978

(Related to "The Enduring Effects of Education")

Box 3 Folder 12 John Reed--Lecture on South, Undated

Box 3 Folder 13 Unemployment, 1975-1979

(Related to "The Effects of Unemployment: A Neglected Problem in Modern Social Research")

Box 3 Folder 14 Italy Survey Analysis Lectures and Comp. Survey Analysis MS, Undated

Box 3 Folder 15-16 Bob Smith Chapter and Manuscript, 1971-1984, (2 Folders)

(Related to "Strategies in Comparative Survey Research," written for Quantitative Methods: Focused Survey Research and Casual Modeling)

Box 3 Folder 17 Encyclopedia of Public Opinion, 1984-1985

(This is related to "Opinion Measurement" written for the International Encyclopedia of Communications)

Box 3 Folder 19 SOC 224, 1980-1981

Box 3 Folder 20 Public Opinion Classes, 1971, 1976, 1971, 1976

Box 4 Folder 1 Proposal--University Linkage Program for Scandinavia, 1983

Box 4 Folder 2 Material on Various Courses, 1955-1968

Box 4 Folder 3 SOC 295, 1955

Box 4 Folder 4 Bureau of Applied Social Research (BASR)/ORR, 1974-1985

Box 4 Folder 5 Social Conditions for Public Opinion, Undated

(Typescript; Drafts)

Box 4 Folder 6-7 Sociology Classes, 1954-1956, (2 Folders)

Box 4 Folder 8 A Substitute for the Traditional Control Group in Evaluation Studies (with Charles Wright), 1959, Undated, 1959, Undated

Box 4 Folder 9 Political Institutions and Political Cultures, circa, 1964

(Correspondence; drafts)

Box 4 Folder 10 Hold--Valuable Correspondence--Pending, 1969-1975

Box 4 Folder 11 Civil Liberties Project, circa, 1954

Box 4 Folder 12 Reference Groups File, 1963-1971, Undated, 1963-1971, Undated

Box 5 Folder 1 Public Opinion/Political Culture, Undated

Box 5 Folder 2-3 The Expanding Public, Undated, (2 Folders)

(See the preceding Folder for a larger table of contents)

Box 5 Folder 4 Personal Response Project, 1968

(Correspondence with R.A. McGonigal)

Box 5 Folder 5 SOC 195 and 196, 1952-1955

Box 5 Folder 6 Public Opinion, 1975 Spring, 1975

(Includes reading list; drafts of research writings)

Box 5 Folder 7 Political Institutions and Political Cultures/The Expanding Public,, Undated

(Drafts; typescripts)

Box 5 Folder 9 H. Hyman's Publication List, 1965-1968

(Includes correspondence)

Box 6 Folder 1 HH--Sex Roles, Undated

Box 6 Folder 2 Social Structure and the Structure of Publics, Undated

Box 6 Folder 3 Public Opinion, 1977

(SOC 223)

Box 6 Folder 4 University Linkage with Scandinavia, 1983

Box 6 Folder 5 Proposal for Senior Seminar, 1982

Box 6 Folder 6 Proposal for Research Project on the Social and Psychological Effects of Widowhood,, 1978

Box 6 Folder 7 SOC 206x (Previously 292) Secondary Analysis, 1977-1982

Box 6 Folder 8 Old Course Materials, 1954-1956

Box 6 Folder 9 Communication Research G6094y Reading List, Undated

Box 6 Folder 10 Public Opinion Course--Reading List, 1966 Spring, 1966

Box 6 Folder 11 Race Relations Experiment, 1969

Box 6 Folder 12 Secondary Analysis Proposal, 1968 February

(Full title is "Problems and Principles of Secondary Analysis of Survey Data: A Proposal for Codification of Past Experience Leading to Improved Utilization in the Future")

Box 6 Folder 13 Special Correspondence--References, Letters to Students, Etc., 1966-1969

Box 6 Folder 14 Survey Design--Guido Martinotti, 1966-1968

(Related to the Italian edition of "Survey Design and Analysis")

Box 6 Folder 15 Reading List for G9073x (Evaluational Research), 1967 September

Box 6 Folder 16 Miscellaneous Reading Lists, 1965-1968

Box 6 Folder 17 Bob Smith MS, 1970, 1984-1985, 1970, 1984-1985

(This is "Strategies in Comparative Survey Research, written for Quantitative Methods: Focused Survey Research and Casual Modeling")

Box 6 Folder 18 Obits/Obituary Study, 1963-1964

Box 6 Folder 19 Overseasmanship, 1964

(Correspondence on Hyman's contribution to "Studying Politics Abroad: Field Research in Developing Areas")

Box 6 Folder 20 Sociology 197, 1956, 1959, 1956, 1959

Box 7 Folder 1 Mixed Blood, 1966-1967

Box 7 Folder 2 1952 New York State Political Study, circa 1956, 1952, 1956

(Title of typescript is "New York State and the 1956 Presidential Election: A Survey Sample of Voters")

Box 7 Folder 3 Editing Instructions and Codes--Hyman Political Survey (Confidential),, 1956

Box 7 Folder 4 Correspondence May-June, 1964 March-July , 1968, 1964 March-July, 1968

Correspondence with publisher, related to Secondary Analysis of Sample Surveys

Box 7 Folder 5 Secondary Analysis, 1984-1985

Box 7 Folder 6 Wiley--Secondary Analysis Book, 1985

Box 7 Folder 7 Memorials--Stember, Dribble, Schmiedeck, 1980-1982

(Written by Hyman)

Box 7 Folder 8 Reprints, circa, 1984

Box 7 Folder 9 Wesleyan--Benefits, 1977, 1983, 1977, 1983

(Includes correspondence on retirement plans)

Box 7 Folder 10 Consulting, 1983

(Related to a report evaluating a "Survey of Consumer Reactions to Three Reader's Digest Promotional Mailing Pieces")

Box 7 Folder 11-12 Correspondence, 1969-1970, (2 Folders)

Box 7 Folder 13 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1984-1985

Box 7 Folder 14-15 Personal Data, 1952-1985, (2 Folders)

Box 7 Folder 16 Correspondence, 1970-1971

Box 8 Folder 1 Dr. Kandel's Publication, 1966

Box 8 Folder 2 Retirement Letter, 1983

Box 8 Folder 3 Hyman Personal Correspondence, 1967-1968

Box 8 Folder 4 HHH Personal, 1967

Box 8 Folder 5 Psychology of Status Contract, 1979

Box 8 Folder 6-7 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1969-1983, (2 Folders)

Box 8 Folder 8 China Trip, 1985

Box 8 Folder 9 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1961-1983

Box 8 Folder 10 Unidentified Binder, circa, 1950

Box 8 Folder 11 Preface for Secondary Analysis, 1985

Box 8 Folder 12 Reading Lists Communications Research, circa, 1957-1981

Box 9 Folder 1-5 A Personal History of Survey Research, 1967-1985, (5 Folders)

Box 9 Folder 6 Miscellaneous Notes to Check with Department, 1979-1982

Box 9 Folder 7 Stouffer, 1974

Box 9 Folder 8 SSRC--pre-elect. 48 meas. Consumer wants wtc., 1948-1952

Box 9 Folder 9 Radvanyi--McCarthyism, 1954-1955, 1983, 1954-1955, 1983

Box 9 Folder 10 State Polls--University Centers (Specialized Centers), 1982-1983

A Personal History of Survey Research

Box 9 Folder 11 Russell Sage, 1982

Box 9 Folder 12 For General Intro (I) Intro to Part II, Undated

(Ratings of the proposal)

Box 9 Folder 13 Russell Sage Progress Reports and Budgets, 1983-1985

Box 9 Folder 14 Russell Sage Letter of Award and Budget, 1981-1984

Box 9 Folder 15 The Rise of Survey Research: An Insider's Remembrance of Things Past (Address to New York Chapter of the American Association for Public Opinion Research),, 1980 October

Box 9 Folder 16 The Sample Survey: Its Nature, History, Utilization and Effects. A Preliminary Report to the National Science Board,, 1979 February

Box 10 Folder 1 "Public Opinion Research in Japan" from Opinion News, 1947

The Enduring Effects of Education

Box 10 Folder 2 Research Proposal, 1971

Box 10 Folder 3-4 Papers Presented on, 1973-1974

Box 10 Folder 5 Reviews of Hyman's Work, circa, 1959-1980

Box 10 Folder 6 Long Term Trends in Belief About the Characteristics of Women and Men: Study of social change by semi-secondary analysis of national surveys,, 1973 November

Box 10 Folder 7 The Enduring Effects of Education II: Effects in the Realm of Values: A Research Proposal to the Spencer Foundation,, 1975 March 1

Box 10 Folder 8 The Utility of the Sample Survey in the Study and Care of Epilepsy I. Design and Validation of the Method and Basic Findings on Prevalence, circa, 1970s

Box 10 Folder 9 Working Papers and Memos--Encampment for Citizenship Evaluations/Hyman and Wright,, 1955

Box 10 Folder 10 Experiment--Black Prestige Suggestion, 1969

(Social Research Curriculum Project--Research in Race Relations)

Box 10 Folder 11 Reflections on the Development of Methodology (Unpublished), 1983 August

(Written for Hyman's reception of the Helen Dinerman Memorial Award)

Box 10 Folder 12 The Evolution of Heroes (People Magazine), 1984

Box 10 Folder 13 Civil Liberties, circa, 1956

(Some of this relates to "England and America: Climates of Tolerance and Intolerance")

Box 10 Folder 14 Russell Sage Foundation (Review of Irving Crespi Proposal), 1983

Box 10 Folder 15 Correspondence (Kenneth Langston), 1970

Box 10 Folder 16 Miscellaneous for Follow-up Study and Proposal (Widowhood), 1979-1983

Box 11 Folder 1 Texas Poll, circa, 1979

Box 11 Folder 2 The Sciences of Man, 1984-1985

Box 11 Folder 3 Coca-Cola, 1981

(Consultation work for Pepsi Challenge Commercials case)

Box 11 Folder 4 Social Survey Manuscript, Undated

Box 11 Folder 5 Serendipity (Final Copy), Undated

Box 11 Folder 6 PALIO, Undated

Box 11 Folder 7 Warner Studies, 1981-1982

Box 11 Folder 8 Japanese Survey Mission, 1947

Box 11 Folder 10 Otto Klineberg, 1975 October

(Corrected Copy)

Box 11 Folder 11 Civil Liberties, 1956

(Research Proposal)

Box 11 Folder 12 USSBS Bombing Article, 1972-1981

Box 11 Folder 13 Survey Methodology--History--Daniel Katz and Steve Nelson, 1979

Box 11 Folder 14 Dan Katz File and Case Study, 1982-1983

(This is related to "A Personal History of Survey Research")

Box 11 Folder 15 SRC December Revision, 1985

(The appears to be related to the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan)

Box 11 Folder 21 SRC Miscellaneous Items to check against manuscript and Dan's Case Study,, 1985

Files related to Blind Studies, circa, 1963-1973

Box 12 Folder 1 Professor Hyman's Grant, 1967

Box 12 Folder 2 Blind Article, 1963-1973

Box 12 Folder 3 Supplementary Report on Phase I of Communication, Perception and Social Behavior (Attitudes of the Blind),, 1963 March 1

Box 12 Folder 4-5 Proposal to the National Science Foundation: Phase II of Research (Attitudes of the Blind),, 1963 January, (2 Folders)

Box 12 Folder 6 [Children's?] Sample, Undated

Box 12 Folder 7 Sample Blind Finished

Box 12 Folder 8 Blind--Mimeo Appendices

Box 12 Folder 9 Adult Blind North Occupational Choice

Box 12 Folder 10 Blind Occ./Manpower, circa, 1967

Box 13 Folder 1-2 Untitled, (2 Folders)

Box 13 Folder 3 Reliability, 1965

Box 13 Folder 4 Correspondence on Blind, 1963-1965

Box 13 Folder 5 Blind Materials, circa, 1964

Box 13 Folder 6 Application for Conference Grant, 1966

Box 13 Folder 7 Draft--Blind Project

(Appendix D)

Box 13 Folder 8 Untitled

Box 13 Folder 9 Personal Blind, 1967

Box 13 Folder 10 Correspondence--Blind Study, 1962-1963

Box 13 Folder 11-12 Blind Study, (2 Folders)

Box 13 Folder 13 HH Letter to M. Raeder, 1963 December 20

Box 13 Folder 14 HH Memoranda, 1961-1963

Box 13 Folder 15 Untitled

Box 13 Folder 16 Sample Report

Box 13 Folder 17 M. Raeder--Boston Report, 1964

Box 13 Folder 18 Sample Data New York, 1965

Box 13 Folder 19 NORC (National Opinion Research Center) Correspondence on the Blind, circa, 1964

Box 13 Folder 20 New Orleans, 1964

Box 13 Folder 21 Boston, 1964

Box 13 Folder 22 Blind--North Carolina, 1964

Box 13 Folder 23 Essex County

Box 13 Folder 24 Children's Interview--Drafts and Pretest Questionnaires, 1964

Box 14 Folder 1 Blind Correspondence (General), 1963-1964

Box 14 Folder 2 Blind--Children's Study, 1964

Box 14 Folder 3 Atlanta, 1964

Box 14 Folder 4 Blind, New York, 1964

Box 14 Folder 5 Mimeos, 1965

Box 14 Folder 6 Blind Special Interest Items, 1964

Box 14 Folder 7 Untitled, 1961-1966

(Correspondence; Survey Designs)

Code Books

Box 14 Folder 8 Adult Blind

Box 14 Folder 9 Blind Children

Box 14 Folder 10 Master Code Book: Blind Children

Box 15 Folder 1 Adult Matched Sighted

Box 15 Folder 2 Matched Parents

Box 15 Folder 3 Matched Sighed Siblings

Box 15 Folder 4 NORC White Blind Adult

Office of War Information (OWI) Files, circa, 1942-1946

Box 15 Folder 5 Shipbuilding Background, 1942

Box 15 Folder 6 Surveys Division Memoranda # 46, 53, 53A, 53B, 99, 1943-1944

Box 15 Folder 7 Instruments Absenteeism Study, 1943

Box 15 Folder 8 OWI, 1942-1944, 1984, 1942-1944, 1984

Box 15 Folder 9 Material on Labor Surveys, 1942

Box 16 Folder 1 Surveys Division Memoranda #44, 54, 60, 1943

Box 16 Folder 2 USSBS (US Strategic Bombing Survey of Germany), 1940s, 1970, 1940s, 1970

Box 16 Folder 3-4 Untitled, (2 Folders)

Box 16 Folder 5-6 Surveys Division Memoranda #32, 42, 47, 61, 66, 71, 79, 82, 89, 97, 98,, 1943, (2 Folders)

Box 16 Folder 7 Memoranda and Reports, 1943-1944

Box 17 Folder 1 Memoranda and Reports, 1943-1944

Box 17 Folder 2 DU-1 Reports A-L

Box 17 Folder 3 Untitled Binder (Appears to continue the previous DU-1 Reports)

Box 17 Folder 4 NORC (National Opinion Research Center), 1947, 1964, 1983-1984, 1947, 1964, 1983-1984

Box 17 Folder 5-7 Master Code Books for Surveys S-17, S-29, and T-17, 1942-1943, (3 Folders)

Box 17 Folder 8 Office of War Information--Rationing, circa, 1942-1944