University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Contains correspondence, outlines for compiling data, form letters, and autobiographies and biographies of sociologists. Papers relate to the development of sociology departments in American universities. Also includes material relating to the American Sociological Society, of which Bernard was president (1932)
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscripts, reports, slides, records, film and card files, and scrapbooks -- The papers reflect Lindsay's various activities ans are arranged in two sequences, an alphabetical name file and an alphabetical subject file. Since many of the subjects are closely related, the division between them is not always very sharp. Among the subjects covered are: social legislation, I.L.O., National Child Labor Committee, prohibition, labor, Republican National Committee, Institute for Social Research, League of Nations, humane legislation, housing, Harmon Foundation, Educational Radio Corporation, and the Bergh Foundation. Boxes 167-169 contain the files of the Committee for Industrial Relations, 1912-1914
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
University of Connecticut - Homer Babbidge Library
The collection consists of one manuscript, a Junior honors project, completed by Ms. Fallows for the Sociology/Anthropology Department at Wellesley College in 1947. The manuscript documents the early ethnic history of Granby, Connecticut and the reactions of the long-time residents to the arrival and assimilation of several ethnic groups
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records that constitute the morgue files for the Science Service, and as such contain past articles, press releases and other materials pertaining to medical, psychological, and sociological issues. In addition are supplemental correspondence, photographs, news clippings, scientific papers and articles, obituaries and related topical information. Files are categorized according to Library of Congress headings. These alphabetic category indicators often appear before folder headings. Researchers should note that not all subject files are grouped together and that folders within subject areas may not be in strict subject or alphabetic order. Some information may be found under a specific folder heading, and other related information may be found in folders with broader subject or alphabetic headings. Codes: B = Philosophy/Religion BD = Metaphysics BF = Psychology BL = Religions/Mythology QR = Bacteriology RB = Pathology RC = Practice of ... Read More
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Course Materials including tests and exercises for Sociology 11 - The Region.
Columbia University
Cornell University, B.A. 1941, M.A. 1946; graduate work Washington School of Psychiatry, 1945-1946; Columbia University Ph. D.1949; role of Spencer Foundation in funding his research; impressions of Tom James; research interests
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscripts, and notes -- This collection contains the manuscripts for most of his books and articles. There are also copies of his many book reviews and articles by other authors analyzing the impact of his interpretations of American history. The correspondents include: H.S. Commager, C. Vann Woodward, Stuart Bruchey, S.E. Morison, Clarence Ver Steeg, Alfred A. Knopf, Helen Frankenthaler, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and others. There are also 70 books from his library
Columbia University
Childhood experiences in Pennsylvania, family background; Bucknell University, A.B., 1912; studying economics at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University, Ph. D. in sociology, 1923; staff of Surgeon-General of the Army in World War I; executive secretary of the Committee on Mental Hygiene of the New York State Charities Aid Association, 1919-1923; changing sociological attitudes and practices toward mental disabilities in the 1920's; Professor of Sociology, Bucknell University, 1923-24; general director of the Charity Organization Society; work for
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