Research materials, published articles and papers, interview guides and transcripts, correspondence, grant proposals and expenditure reports, sound recordings, and other papers of William Simon, a sociologist who studied human sexuality. Materials primarily relate to Simon's work at the Institute for Juvenile Research (IJR) in Chicago, especially his involvement in a study of working-class youths. Also present are materials related to Simon's work at the Institute for Sex Research (ISR) at Indiana University and to Simon's scholarly research, publications, and presentations. Some materials compiled by James R. Bennett are included
The John Andrews papers comprise genealogical material in the form of vital records, photographs, and other sources revealing information about his ancestors. He used this material to create many of the pedigrees and other family group documents held in this collection. Most of the photographs are original prints, though Mr. Andrews also collected many records in the form of reproductions of original documents created between the 1700s and 1990s
Herbert Haufrecht (1909-1998) was a composer, pianist, folklorist and music editor. His collection holds correspondence, concert programs, clippings, scores for his compositions and arrangements, and papers documenting his research on the music and culture of the Catskills region of New York, as well as on folk and indigenous music from around the world
Herbert Haufrecht (1909-1998) was a composer, pianist, folklorist and music editor. His collection holds correspondence, concert programs, clippings, scores for his compositions and arrangements, and papers documenting his research on the music and culture of the Catskills region of New York, as well as on folk and indigenous music from around the world.
Zvi Griliches (1930-1999) was a professor of economics at Harvard University (1969-1999) and one of the world's leading authorities in the use of mathematical and statistical tools in the study of economic data and problems. These paper pertain chiefly to his research and writing, but also contain teaching records and family and biographical information.
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The Pool Family, including James Christopher and Elizabeth Pool and their three children, were Southern Baptist missionaries based in Nigeria, Liberia, and Texas between 1935 and the late 1970s. The collection also includes materials about foster children that they sponsored. Collection includes correspondence, printed materials, administrative records, photographs, and writings documenting the life and activities of the Pool family, particularly J.C. and Elizabeth Pool, and their lives as Southern Baptist missionaries to Nigeria and Liberia in the mid-20th century. The materials are especially relevant to the history of the Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary and the Pools' work with the Baptist community in Nigeria.