Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The Be Haas papers consist of materials relating to her awards and honors, organizational involvement, and public relations endeavors from 1927-1993. Biographical information, speeches and writings by Haas, photograph, and correspondence are also included. Materials in the awards and honors grouping includes clippings, programs, photographs and correspondence regarding Haas receiving various awards
State Library of Western Australia
Group of adults seated on the lawn talking. Written on negative: Summer School discussion, 20.1.1950
Cornell University Libraries
Consists chiefly of correspondence of Joseph Mire (executive secretary) with Robert J. Blakeley (director of grant programs, Ford Foundation Fund for Adult Education) and various Fund for Adult Education (FAE) staff members
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Contains Dall's writings; notes for teaching; correspondence; clippings; and extracts from her reading. Also included is genealogical materials, household account books, estate records; lecture notes for her Sunday School and adult education classes; speeches, etc. Texts of many of her writings, some in manuscript, some printed, are included with her research notes, correspondence with publishers, and reviews. Her clipping collection and reading notes reflect her wide interests, including labor laws, woman's suffrage, natural disasters, and women in India
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Interview conducted by Dale Treleven of the Historical Society staff with Mrs. Jean Long, Dunn County, Wisconsin, concerning her experiences as a school teacher in Montana in the 1910's, a Wisconsin farm wife in the 1920's, and educational leader of first the Central Cooperative Wholesale then the Wisconsin Farmers Union, 1930's-1960's; with much information on the cooperative movement in Wisconsin, Farmers Union and other farm organization leaders, and the role of the Works Progress Administration. One folder contains publications used by Jean Long in the Farmers Union education program
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Tape-recorded interviews conducted by Dale Treleven of the Wisconsin Historical Society staff with rural sociologist Arthur Wileden; concerning his youth and early teaching experiences in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, his World War I disillusionment, his career at the University of Wisconsin and work on such projects as community leadership conferences and rural community development, rural civil defense during World War II, the development of French Island near La Crosse, the growth of several farm organizations, and the personalities and effectiveness of rural leaders he has known
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Reports compiled by the Board concerning federal, state, and local expenditures for vocational education, enrollment statistics, training and staffing statistics, and lists of schools
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records of a Marxist adult education center (1944-1956) in New York City mainly concerning its listing by the Subversive Activities Control Board as a communist front -- The records include legal documents, hearing transcripts, and petitions and statements in support of the school's positions. Brief files also concern internal operation and administration; among them are incomplete general correspondence; annual reports; executive committee meeting minutes; bulletins of the school's predecessor, the School for Democracy; departmental memoranda; course listings; newsclippings; and speeches and statements by the director, Howard Selsam. Of note among the fragmentary, routine correspondence is a letter from Philip S. Foner, who taught labor history at the school
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Correspondence, speeches, writings, reports, membership lists, notes, printed material, etc., document Johnson's work for suffrage, government reform, prohibition, international cooperation and world peace. Collection contains little of a personal nature aside from an autobiographical reminiscence
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records of an group which promoted economic cooperation among farmers, lobbying for agricultural programs, education for members, and youth programs. Some of the services established by the WFU are the Farmers Union Central Exchange (CENEX), the Farmers Grain Terminal Association, the Farmers Union Livestock Association, and the Farmers Union Insurance Corporation

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