University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire - Special Collections and Archives
Evaluations of international education programs by participants
Columbia University
The office files of the American Institute of Pacific Relations and the international Institute of Pacific Relations, containing correspondence and reports concerned with international conferences, research programs, and publications programs of both Institutes, and relating to the political, economic, and social problems in eastern and southern Asia and the South Pacific, as well as with problems of American foreign policy. There are many travel letters and on-the-spot reports relating to conditions in China, Japan, Russia, Australia, the Philippines, India, and Pakistan during the period 1933 to 1954
Columbia University
The professional and personal papers of Jacques Barzun
Columbia University
Correspondence, documents, memoranda, reports, and clippings of book reviews -- The correspondence is chiefly with public, university, and special libraries, and with foundations and other organizations. There is correspondence with several leading American librarians, such as Carleton Joeckel, Joseph Wheeler, and Charles C. Williamson. About one half of the collection contains the field reports, interview reports, questionnaires, vocational interest blanks, and related materials used for one Inquiry study by Oliver Garceau, "Library Government and Politics", which was published by the Columbia University Press in 1949 as THE PUBLIC LIBRARY IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS. The manuscript of a report for the Russell Sage Foundation, "The Nature of Public Communication", 1955, was added
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection contains completed survey forms and survey processing records (codebooks, cross tabulations, and frequency tables); correspondence, grant proposals, and other administrative and project planning records; newspaper clippings, research articles, and other reference material; and oral history interview audio recordings and transcripts from the Black Middletown research project ranging from 1968 to 1986
Minnesota Historical Society
The files are largely those of chairman Louise McCannel, and executive director James A. Tillman, including drafts of his book, "Not By Prayer Alone" (Philadelphia, 1964). Other files include records of the Minneapolis Human Relations Task Force (1960-1964), surveys and questionnaires relating to housing in Minneapolis (1960-1964), and correspondence and printed materials documenting the contracted work of Morris Milgram's Modern Community Developers, Inc. (N.J.) and related organizations
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of survey research pioneer, Archibald M. Crossley. Reports, studies, questionnaires, correspondence and publications document the interactions, interests and activities of Crossley and his peers, as well as the polling organizations and companies with which he was associated including Crossley SD Surveys, Inc., ArchCross Associates, Inc. and Political Surveys and Analyses, Inc. The collection is a rich resource of data regarding American opinions on a variety of products, services and politicians throughout the middle years of the twentieth century
James Madison University - Special Collections
The Jay G. Rainey Papers, 1970-1996, bulk 1970-1977, consist of five legal folders (.1 cubic feet). The collection is comprised of materials relating to Rainey’s role in the April 1970 protest of three faculty members’ non-reappointment. Additional materials are related to The Fixer, a student-run newspaper of which Rainey was an editor, and political brochures and newsletters from the AFL-CIO
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire - Special Collections and Archives
Final report or summary of responses on opinion, demographic, or follow-up surveys/ studies/ questionnaires conducted to obtain insight into the programs/ issues/ services of UWEC, the students who used the program/services, and profile data about the student body and/or their subsequent professional development
University of Virginia
The collection contains a title page and introductory note for his essay "Abraham Lincoln." There are 25 letters to George William Curtis concerning political issues, elections, civil service reform, presidential elections, affairs of the U.S. Interior Dept., articles in Harper's Weekly, and the death of Schurz's wife. The remaining four letters to Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen reminisce, extend an invitation, and discuss an unemployed writer