Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, bylaws, constitution, articles of incorporation, agendas, financial statements, newsletters, reports, research files, questionnaires, and other printed materials, relating to demographic and sociological studies of a group or region, especially in northeastern Ohio, ecumenical consultation with various Protestant denominations, trends in religion and community affairs, and the interaction with other religious organizations, including Ohio Council of Churches
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Box 1: 1925-1950 -- Box 2: 1951-1980, undated
Rutgers University Libraries
The records document Consumers' Research's interest in the United States educational system and its relationship to business. The files were used to track correspondence schools, colleges, universities, secondary schools, consumer education, school publications, and sociology and social sciences. Included are correspondence, reports, magazine and newspaper clippings, and printed material. Subjects include education, educational associations, adult education, advertising in schools, correspondence schools including language and radio repair courses, methods of study, poorly written school letters, radicalism and academic freedom, secondary schools, sociology and social scientists including religion and theology, teachers and teaching, universities and colleges, and the ties to business of higher education
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
Houston Academy of Medicine – John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of materials related to the Georgia Sociological Association, including papers, minutes and financial documents. Also included are publications by the association
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Edward Alsworth Ross, a supporter of liberal causes and an influential sociologist at the University of Wisconsin. Correspondence with fellow sociologists, representatives of sociological organizations, University of Wisconsin colleagues, and publishers document the major events and interests of his long career. From 1893 to 1900 the letters particularly indicate his views on bimetallism and capitalism, and many discuss the rift with Mrs. Leland Stanford which led to his departure from the faculty of Stanford University and subsequent academic freedom issues. Throughout the correspondence many letters reflect his interest in problems of population pressure, eugenics, and immigration restriction. After he became editor of D. Appleton-Century Company's social science series in 1919, he became active in promoting the teaching of social science in the schools and in urging the acceptance of sociology as a credit course in high schools
Clark University - Robert Hutchings Goddard Library
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence, including letters, 1881-1884, written to his family while traveling in Europe, and correspondence with his parents, Mary E. and Thomas M. Cooley, and his wife, Elsie Jones Cooley; addresses, notes, essays, book reviews, notes and material for sociology courses; student notebook, 1893-1894, on lectures given by John Dewey; diary of a trip through the Smokey Mountains in 1883; and journals detailing his personal thoughts and tracing the evolution of his ideas on sociology and democracy