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Arthur H. Estabrook Papers

1908-1962

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Abstract

Papers of eugenics researcher Arthur Estabrook focus on racial integrity, sterilization of the mentally defective, venereal disease, intelligence, and criminality. Limited material is availible on the Jukes of New York state, the "Tribe of Ishmael" of Indiana, and the Carrie Buck trial.

Summary

Creator:
Estabrook, Arthur H. (Arthur Howard), 1885-
Date Coverage:
1908-1962
Quantity:
2.0 cubic ft. (about 2.0 boxes)

Dr. Arthur Howard Estabrook was born on May 9, 1885, to Arthur Francis and Susan Rebecca (Breck) in Leicester, Massachusetts. Estabrook earned the A.B. degree in 1905 and the A.M. in 1906 from Clark College in Worcester, Massachusetts. He was a fellow and assistant in zoology at Clark in 1906-1907. Estabrook received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins in 1910 and was a student at the School of Philanthropy in New York in 1914. Estabrook married Jessie McCubbin on October 25, 1911, and married Anne Ruth Medcalf on July 8, 1931, after his first wife's death. He worked in the Eugenics Record Office of Carnegie Institution of Washington (1910-1929) and served as a special investigator for the Indiana State Commission on Mental Defectives (1916-1918). Estabrook traveled to Virginia on behalf of the Eugenics Record Office to study the issues and people involved in the Virginia sterilization case of Carrie Buck. Estabrook served in the U.S. Army in 1918-1920 as a Captain in the Sanitary Corps. He began working for the American Society for the Control of Cancer in 1929 and served as president of the Eugenics Research Association in 1925-1926 [Unless otherwise noted all information in this text is from Who's Who in America, 1935-1936 edition (Chicago : Marquis Who's Who)]. Estabrook died on December 6, 1973, in Chatham Center, New York [Files of the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, Chatham (NY) Courier, 13 December 1973].

The papers of Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook contain correspondence, news clippings, research materials, and reports and publications on his research on racial integrity, sterilization of the mentally defective, venereal disease campaign in New York City, crippled children in Buffalo and Erie County, and a housing study in Buffalo.

The major part of the collection deals with studies on racial integrity; mixtures of Indians, Whites, and African Americans; intelligence and criminality. This early eugenics work by Estabrook was conducted in Pembroke, North Carolina, and in Robeson County, North Carolina. The resultant publication, co-authored with Ivan, E. McDougle, was Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe, published in 1926.

The collection contains some background material for the 1915 study of the Jukes of New York state, and the 1922 study of the "Tribe of Ishmael" of Indiana. The material dealing with the Carrie Buck trial (the 1924 case against the Virginia statute on sterilization of the mentally defective, which was eventually upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in Buck v. Bell [1927]) consists of limited correspondence, news clippings, and court records. Two studies resulted in publications: "The Crippled Children Situation in Buffalo and Erie County" and A Roof Over Their Heads. What's What in Housing in Buffalo.

In addition to the writings by Estabrook, the collection is of interest because of the newspaper clippings showing current attitudes and the wide range of the research materials included.

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: Correspondence regarding Studies of Indian Families in Pembroke, North Carolina and Robeson Counties, North Carolina, by Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle, 1916-1917, 1923-1927
Series 2: Manuscripts by Arthur H. Estabrook regarding his Studies of Racial Characteristics, 1922, 1924, 1926, undated
Series 3: Manuscripts by Others, 1924-1925
Series 4: Genealogical Charts, undated
Series 5: Notes, 1908-1925, undated
Series 6: Photographs, 1923-1925, 1931, undated
Series 7: Clippings, 1912-1936, undated
Series 8: Miscellaneous Publications by Others, 1914, 1917, 1922, 1924-1926
Series 9: Carrie Buck Trial, 1924-1927
Series 10: Venereal Disease Campaign, 1924-1925, 1929-1930, 1936, undated
Series 11: Crippled Children in Buffalo and Erie County, 1936, 1943, 1947
Series 12: Housing Study, Buffalo, 1930, 1943, undated
Series 13: Publications by Estabrook, 1912, 1920, 1923, 1926
Series 14: Research Material, 1908-1962
.

Series 1-8 relate to studies on racial integrity, mixtures of Indians, Whites, and African Americans, intelligence and criminality. This early work by Estabrook was conducted in Pembroke, North Carolina, and in Robeson County, North Carolina. Please note the dates for series 5 and 7 are not inclusive.

Related Material

An image of Carrie and Emma Buck from the collection as well as other information about Estabrook is available from the Image Archive on the American Eugenics Movement.

The Carnegie Institution's holdings include correspondence of Estabrook for the period 1926-1929. The correspondence is described as six items including letters about Estabrook's annuity policy, where to send a package, and two letters discussing his publication Mongrel Virginians. Contact information for the Carnegie Insitution is availabe at http://carnegieinstitution.org/reading_room.html.

The G. Stanley Hall Papers held at the Clark University Archives and Special Collections include Estabrook correspondence in the Graduate Student Correspondence (undated) and President Papers (1902-1914) series.

The records of the American Eugenics Society at the American Philosophical Society also include undated Estabrook correspondence.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook. The first accession was received in March 1966 and additional material was deposited in 1968.

Processed by: Marion P. Munzer (1985) in 1985-02-05.

Collection record created by: Conversion and encoding by ArchProteus,

Published: 2015

EAD file created, 2014

Archival materials can be view in-person during business hours in our reading room, located on the top floor of the Science Library on the Uptown Campus.

We can also deliver digital scans for remote research for a fee.

The collection is open to use by "qualified and responsible scholars". Please note that several files are restricted and this is noted next to the respective folder. Researchers must complete a non-disclosure form before gaining access and reproductions are not permitted.

Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Arthur H. Estabrook Papers, 1908-1962. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-1.1

11Subseries 1.1: 1916-19171916-1917
    

nam_apap069-1.1_1

  a. Claghorn, Kate Holladay
1916 January 6

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Dr. A. H. Estabrook, Indianapolis, Ind. Typescript, signed 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_2

  b. Michael, M. J.
1916 October 23

    

Letter, Kingston, N.Y., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Indianapolis, Ind. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_3

  c. Lewis, O. F.
1916 October 26

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Dr. A. H. Estabrook, Indianapolis, Ind. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_4

  d. Hall, Gertrude E.
1917 January 30

    

Letter, Utica, N.Y., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_5

  e. Evans, Ethel R.
1917 January 31

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_6

  f. Evans, Ethel R.
1917 February 14

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.1_7

  g. [Estabrook]
1917 February 17

    

Letter, Indianapolis, Ind., to Miss Ethel R. Evans, New York, N.Y. Carbon of typescript 1 l.

nam_apap069-1.2

12Subseries 1.2: 19231923
    

nam_apap069-1.2_1

  a. Hubbard, Louisa
1923 February 1

    

Letter, Greenville, N.C. to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Amherst, Va. Typescript and handwritten in ink. 4 p. on 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_2

  b. McDougle, Ivan E.
1923 March 8

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_3

  c. McDougle, Ivan E.
1923 April 13

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_4

  d. Wade, Theodora K.
1923 April 14

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Mr. Arthur H. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_5

  e. McDougle, I. E.
1923 April 17

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_6

  f. McDougle, Ivan E.
1923 April 30

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_7

  g. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1923 May 19

    

Letter, to Dr. Ivan E. McDougle, Sweet Briar, Va. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_8

  h. McDougle, Ivan E.
1923 September 20

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.2_9

  i. [Estabrook]
1923 September 22

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

nam_apap069-1.3

13Subseries 1.3: 19241924
    

nam_apap069-1.3_1

  a. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 January 25

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_2

  b. McDougle, Ivan E.
1924 January 27

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_3

  c. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 February 12

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_4

  d. [Estabrook]
1924 February 12

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Min. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_5

  e. Min
1924 February 15

    

Letter, Columbia, S.C., to Arthur. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_6

  f. McDougle, Ivan E.
1924 February 17

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_7

  g. Min
1924 February 23

    

Letter, to Arthur. Typescript with handwritten postscript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_8

  h. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 March 22

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Miss Harned. Carbon of typescript. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_9

  i. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 March 25

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. Arthur Gray, Richmond, Va. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_10

  j. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 March 26

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon of typescript. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_11

  k. Harned, Eleanor M.

    

Letter, [1924?] March 27, to Dr. Estabrook. Handwritten in ink, signed. 5 p. on 3 l.

Letter, 1924 April 8, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Estabrook.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_12

  l. Corbin, A. F.

    

Letter, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N.Y. Typed, signed with initials. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_13

  m. Harned, Eleanor M.
1924 April 9

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, to Dr. Estabrook. Handwritten in ink, signed. 11 p. on 6 1.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_14

  n. Rollins, W. E.
1924 April 9

    

Note, Alexandria, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Handwritten in ink, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_15

  o. McDougle, Ivan E.
1924 April 26

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_16

  p. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 May 2

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon of typescript. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_17

  q. McDougle, Ivan E.
1924 May 3

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. Enclosure: "Answers to your questions in letter of May 2, 1924". Typescript.2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_18

  r. (Estabrook]
1924 May 6

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. McDougle. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_19

  s. McDougle, Ivan E.
1924 May 7

    

Letter, Sweet Briar, Va., to Dr. Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_20

  t. McDougle, I. E.

    

Memorandum: "Questions May 7, 1924, dated 1924 May 10, Sweet Briar, Va". Typescript. 3 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_21

  u. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 June 23

    

Letter, Gitley, Letcher County, Kentucky, to Mr. A. F. Corbin, Pembroke, N.C. Carbon of typescript. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_22

  v. [Estabrook]
1924 July 1

    

Memorandum, Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_23

  w. Corbin, A. F.
1924 July 9

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Estabrook. Typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_24

  x. Locklear, A. N.
1924 July 10

    

Letter, Pates, N.C., to Mr. Arthur Estabrook, Gitley, Letcher Co., Ky. Handwritten in pencil, signed. 3 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_25

  y. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 July 23

    

Letter, Hyden, Ky., to Mr. Corbin. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_26

  z. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 July 24

    

Letter, Hyden, Ky., to Mr. A. N. Locklear, Pates, Robeson County, N.C. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_27

  aa. Plecker, W. A.
1924 July 29

    

Letter, to Mr. W. N. Clark, Rockbridge Co., Va. Carbon of typescript. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_28

  bb. Corbin, A. F.
1924 August 8

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript with handwritten note in ink. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_29

  cc. Plecker, W. A.
1924 August 11

    

Letter, Richmond, VA., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N.Y. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_30

  dd. Plecker, W. A.
1924 August 11

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Dr. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_31

  ee. Plecker, W. A.
1924 August 29

    

Letter, to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N.Y. Typescript, signed. 2 l. 1 carbon of typescript with handwritten note in ink. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_32

  ff. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 September 5

    

Letter, Hyden, Ky., to Dr. W. A. Plecker, Richmond, Va. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_33

  gg. Plecker, W. A.
1924 September 9

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_34

  hh. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 September 20

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Dr. Plecker. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_35

  ii. Plecker, W. A.
1924 October 13

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Carnegie Foundation, New York City. Typescript, signed. I halfsheet.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_36

  jj. Furst, Clyde
1924 October 14

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Dr. W. A. Plecker, Richmond, Va. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_37

  kk. Plecker, W. A.
1924 October 30

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Philadelphia, Penna. Typescript, signed. I halfsheet.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_38

  ll. Plecker, W. A.
1924 October 30

    

Letter, to Professor Ivan E. McDougle, Baltimore, Md. Carbon of typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.3_39

  mm. Plecker, W. A.
1924 October 31

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Professor Ivan McDougle, Baltimore, Md. Carbon of typescript, signed. 1 l.

nam_apap069-1.4

14Subseries 1.4: 19251925
    

nam_apap069-1.4_1

  a. McDougle, Ivan E.
1925 July 5

    

Letter, Williamsburg, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Philadelphia, Penna. Typescript, signed. 2 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.4_2

  b. Plecker, W. A.
1925 September 15

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Dr. A. H. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript, signed. 1 l. Enclosure: Plecker, W. A. Letter, 1925 September 15, to Mr. P. S. Beverley, Pera, Amherst Co., Va. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.4_3

  c. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1925 September 19

    

Letter, Hyden, Ky., to Dr. Plecker. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

nam_apap069-1.5

15Subseries 1.5: 19261926
    

nam_apap069-1.5_1

  a. Burleigh, Louise
1926 January 22

    

Letter, Richmond, Va., to Mr. McDougle. Typescript, with penciled note by McDougle. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_2

  b. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1926 January 23

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Mr. Corbin. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_3

  c. McDougle
1926 February 9

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_4

  d. McDougle
1926 February 10

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed, with handwritten note in ink and handwritten note on card attached. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_5

  e. McDougle, I. E.
1926 February 14

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_6

  f. Young, James N.
1926 February 17

    

Letter, New York, N.Y., to Mr. Stern, Philadelphia, Pa. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_7

  g. McDougle
1926 February 18

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_8

  h. Corbin, A. H.
1926 February 23

    handwritten, signed 1 l.

    

Postcard, (Pembroke), N.C. to Estabrook.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_9

  i. McDougle, Ivan E.
1926 February 23

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_10

  j. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1926 February 23

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Mr. Corbin. Carbon of typescript. 1 1.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_11

  k. McDougle
1926 March 4

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_12

  l. Smith, Jas. W.
1926 March 6

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. A. F. Corbin, Pembroke, N.C. Handwritten in ink. 3 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_13

  m. Jacobs, L. W.
1926 March 6

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Brooks (1. i. Estabrook] Handwritten in ink. 3 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_14

  n. Corbin, A. F.
1926 March 9

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_15

  o. McDougle
1926 March 16

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_16

  p. (Estabrook?]
1926 March 18

    

Letter, to Mr. Corbin. Typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_17

  q. Corbin, A. F.
1926 April 2

    

Letter, Pembroke, N.C., to Mr. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Typescript, signed, with handwritten note. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_18

  r. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1926 April 6

    

Letter, Philadelphia, Pa., to Mr. Corbin. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_19

  s. McDougle
1926 April 22

    

Letter, Baltimore, Md., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.5_20

  t. McDougle, Ivan E.
1926 June 11

    

Letter, Baltimore, 14d., to Estabrook. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

nam_apap069-1.6

16Subseries 1.6: 19271927
    

nam_apap069-1.6_1

  a. Campbell, Olive D.
1927 February 16

    

Letter, Brasstown, N.C., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Philadelphia, Pa. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.6_2

  b. McGibony, J. R.
1946 October 23

    

Letter, Washington, D.C., to Mt. A. H. Estabrook, Philadelphia, Pa. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-1.6_3

  c. Wolverton, Emma
1931 December 13

    

Letter, Vineland, N.Y. to Dr. Estabrook. Handwritten in ink, signed. 4 p. on 2 l., Christmas card enclosed.

BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-2_1

18 The Tribe of Ishmael 1922

196 p.

196 p.

Pages 87 and 93-103 are missing.

nam_apap069-2_2

19The Win Tribe. A Study in Triple Racial Mixtures. By Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle 1925

108 p.

108 p.

nam_apap069-2_3

110The Win Tribe. The Isshies. - Virginia. A Study in Triple Racial Mixtures. By Arthur H. Estabrook and Ivan E. McDougle 1926

133 p.

133 p.

Restricted.

nam_apap069-2_4

111The Indian Johns, p. 17-74Undated

nam_apap069-2.5

112Subseries 2.5: "Triple Crosses"
    

nam_apap069-2.5_1

  a. "Triple Crosses in the South: Indian - Negro - White". Abstract
06/14/1924

     2 l

    

nam_apap069-2.5_2

  b. "Triple Crosses in the South". May 1
1925

     5 p.

    

nam_apap069-2.5_3

  c. "Triple Crosses in the South."' (Carbon) May 1
1925

     5 l

nam_apap069-2.6

113Subseries 2.6:  Mongrel Virginians
    

nam_apap069-2.6_1

  a.
1926 March 20

    ribbon copy 3 l.

    

nam_apap069-2.6_2

  b.
1926 March 20

    carbon copy 3 l.

nam_apap069-2_7

114"Marriage Records" 4 l.Undated
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-3_1

115Plecker, W. A. "The New Virginia Law 'To Preserve Racial Integrity'" 1924

3 p.

3 p.

With "Amended Senate Bill 219 as passed by the Senate February 27th, 1924". 3 p.

nam_apap069-3_2

116Smith, Elizabeth. "An Analysis of a 'Croatan' Community" [1925]

10 p.

10 p.

BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-4.1

117Subseries 4.1: Printed genealogical charts

Restricted.

    

nam_apap069-4.1_1

  a. The Bob-Salva Family

    

The Asa Esther Family.

The Austin Roxanna Family.

The Aba Betsey Family.

The Bill B. Brown Family.

The Al - Elea Brown Family.

The Andrew Hall Family.

    

Must consult archivist before viewing this material.

    

nam_apap069-4.1_2

  b. The Willett Family

    

The Bruno Family.

The Hamlin Family.

The Alphonse Brown Family.

The Carl Geraldine Family.

The Abraham Johnson Family.

The Reuben Ross Family.

The Saul Lillie Family.

Abigail's Family.

    

Must consult archivist before viewing this material.

    

nam_apap069-4.1_3

  c. The Oswald Family

    

The Rupert Brown Family.

The Amelia Family.

The Hal - Ada Jones Family.

The Webster Burton Family.

The Half-Breed Jones Line.

The Gus Family.

The Alta - Sam Long Family.

The White Brown Family.

The Half-Breed Brown Family.

Early Generations of the Wins.

    

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nam_apap069-4_2

118Handwritten genealogical charts

a. Duff.

b. Early Genealogy of the Isshies.

c. Amherst, Va. Early notes.

d. Johns (Deed Book E 111).

e. [?] (Deed Book DD 334-340).

f. [Johns - Branham].

g. Willis.

Restricted.

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119Large genealogical charts - Amherst work sheets

Restricted.

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21"The Nams" 1912

Handwritten notes, charts, list of names, and "Key Index to Places in Guilder Hollow Pedigree".

Restricted.

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22"The Nams" 1912

Preservation photocopy of handwritten notes, charts, list of names, and "Key Index to Places in Guilder Hollow Pedigree".

Restricted.

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23"The Juke Data" 1914 August 1

typescript approximately 88 p.

approximately 88 p.

Restricted.

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24Interviews

a. Coleman, Silas.

b. Dickinson, Sallie P.

c. Gray, Arthur.

d. Lewis, Thomas.

e. Packard, Cornelia.

f. Packard Cornelia, and Spencer, Miss.

g. Poole, Mr. J. R.

h. Sandidge, Dr. and Mrs.

i. Shields, Mr. A. T.

j. Whitmell.

Restricted.

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25Notes on the history of the area

a. "Georgia founded...".

b. "Charlottesville data - 3-11-1411.

c. "Land Grant Records - Richmond, Va., 1924".

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26Notes on persons

a. "List of children already examined at Amherst Mission".

b. "Deaths - Amherst"; "Tuberculosis".

c. [Notes on individuals] 2-7-23.

d. "Incomplete list 2/20/24".

e. [Notes. undated].

f. [Notes on Johns Family, map showing location of known Johns and Branhams of early days].

g. "The Lowrie History".

h. "Croatans - 4-1-1925".

i. "The Wins - Isshies" - Keys to Surnames, places; Other mixed areas; Christian names - Women; Christian names - Men.

j. "Pictures - Persons, Bldgs., etc".

Restricted.

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27Notes from official records

a. Amherst Co. Records: Criminal Records, Chancery book, Marriage bonds.

b. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico.

c. McMillan, Hamilton. Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony.

d. Psychological Review, vol. 29, 1922, p. 221.

e. Surface, G. T. "Racial and Regional Study of the Virginia Population".

f. (U.S. Census?] - "1908 on census: List of Isshy Area, Miss Packard's notes".

g. "U.S. Census Estimate of Indians in Virginia, 1920".

h. "Miscegenation - Virginia".

i. "Virginia - Race - Legal Definition - History".

j. Virginia code "1/16th or more negro...".

k. Miscellaneous: "Registrations in Marriage Licenses", "Virginia Indians", "Re Amherst Indians", 'Washington Library".

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28Information on the project

a. "Indian - Negro - White Group, Amherst, Va". 2-1-1923.

b. "Names of field workers on survey" May 1, 1923.

c. (Notes on topics to include, records to be checked, etc.].

d. [Notecards].

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29[Photographs mounted on sheets: Virginia, Amherst County The Isshies; North Carolina, Robeson Co. Triple Mixtures; North Carolina; South Carolina]

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210[Album: Photos of Jukes, etc.]

nam_apap069-6_3

211[Photographs laid in Dugdale, The Jukes]

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212[Photographs laid in CampbellThe Southern Highlander]

nam_apap069-6_5

213Miscellaneous prints and photographs

a. Emma December 25, 1931.

b. Negative and positive prints of two pages from an unidentified album (photographs were labeled).

BoxFolderContentsDate

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214Subseries 7.1: 1922-19241922-1924
    

nam_apap069-7.1_1

  a. Garth, T. R. "The Intelligence of Indians".Science v. 61, no. 1457. 635-36
1922 December 1
    

nam_apap069-7.1_2

  b. "Human Dregs"Bulletin
1923 February 26
    

nam_apap069-7.1_3

  c. "Virginia Tribe Proves Hard to Classify", fromTribune
1923 August
    

nam_apap069-7.1_4

  d.The Pembroke Herald, v. 1, no. 7: 1-6
1924 March
    

nam_apap069-7.1_5

  e. First Indian County Commencement At Pembroke So Big It Is Day to Reckon From".The Robesonian v. 60, no. 15 1+
1924 March 31
    

nam_apap069-7.1_6

  f. "Set Store by Their Schools"
[April? 1924]
    

nam_apap069-7.1_7

  g. "Studies are being made of Indian psychology..."Science
05/16/1924
    

nam_apap069-7.1_8

  h. Seawell, Joseph Lacy. "Black Teacher of Southern Whites".The New York Times Magazine : 8
1924 May 18
    

nam_apap069-7.1_9

  i. "State Registrar Plecker Comments On Criticism of Virginia's Efforts To Enforce Racial Integrity Law".The News Leader, Richmond
1924 September 9
    

nam_apap069-7.1_10

  j. "Robeson Expects A Monster Fair".The News and Observer
1924 October 13

nam_apap069-7.2

215Subseries 7.2: 19251925
    

nam_apap069-7.2_1

  a. "Shall We All Be Mulattos?"The Literary Digest, p. 23-24
1925 March 7
    

nam_apap069-7.2_2

  b. "Plecker Aroused By Blow Aimed At Racial Law".Richmond Times-Dispatch
3-31-1925
    

nam_apap069-7.2_3

  c. "Places Indians in Negroid Class".The Richmond News Leader
1925 July 2
    

nam_apap069-7.2_4

  d. Beirne, Francis F. "The Late South".The Evening Sun, Baltimore
1925 July 2
    

nam_apap069-7.2_5

  e. "Pamunkey Chief Answers Plecker".The Richmond News Leader
1925 July 8

nam_apap069-7.3

31Subseries 7.3: 19261926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_1

  a.The Indian Leader, v. 29, no. 17: 113-18
1926 January 1
    

nam_apap069-7.3_2

  b. Mac Neill, Ben Dixon. "Riddle of The Lumbee Indians".The News and Observer, Raleigh
1926 January 31, 1926 February 7, 1926 February 14, 1926 February 21
    

nam_apap069-7.3_3

  c. "Proposed Law Classes 20,000 Noted Virginians As 'Colored'".Baltimore Sun
1926 February 9
    

nam_apap069-7.3_4

  d. "Know the Facts"
02/16/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_5

  e. Tucker, Harry. "Main Street". [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
02/16/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_6

  f. "Resolutions Oppose Pending Racial Bills". [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
02/17/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_7

  g. Motte. "The Capitol Square". [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
02/17/1961
    

nam_apap069-7.3_8

  h. McDougle, Ivan E. "The Color P roblem". [Letter to the editor], [Richmond Times-Dispatch]
1926 February 20
    

nam_apap069-7.3_9

  i. Says Integrity Bill Is Not Harsh".Richmond Times-Dispatch
02/21/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_10

  j. Fragment:"... ginia men must get ready..".Richmond Times-Dispatch 2[?] 21
[1926]
    

nam_apap069-7.3_11

  k. "The Color Problem". Richmond Times-Dispatch
[February [?] 1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_12

  l. "Virginia Not So Slow". Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 February 22
    

nam_apap069-7.3_13

  m. Mabane, Mary. "An American Problem" [Voice of the People]Richmond Times Dispatch
02/24/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_14

  n. Montague, R. Cary. "A Real Remedy". [Voice of the People]Richmond Times-Dispatch
02/24/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_15

  o. Wingo, Donald C. "Down to Brass Tacks". [Voice of the People]Richmond Times-Dispatch
02/26/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_16

  p. Coghill, H. D. "The Only Effective Remedy". [Voice of the People]Richmond Times-Dispatch
02/26/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_17

  q. "Says Mixed Races Would End Strife".Philadelphia Record
1926 February
    

nam_apap069-7.3_18

  r. Davis, M. B. "A Mother's Standpoint". [LettersRichmond Times-Dispatch
1926 February 28
    

nam_apap069-7.3_19

  s. Williams, W. R, "Face the Facts Like Men". [Letters]Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 February 28
    

nam_apap069-7.3_20

  t. Richardson, W. G. "Evading the Issue". [Letters]Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 February 28
    

nam_apap069-7.3_21

  u. Owen, Mrs. R. J. "From a 'Grandma'". Voice of the People] [Richmond Times-Dispatch
03/01/1961
    

nam_apap069-7.3_22

  v. "Discuss Segregation at Colored Meeting".Richmond Times-Dispatch
03/01/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_23

  w. "For Racial Integrity".Richmond Times-Dispatch
03/02/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_24

  x. "N. Y. State Senator Asks For Integrity Bill Information".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 4
    

nam_apap069-7.3_25

  y. Copeland, W. S., "Pass the Massenburg Bill". [Voice of the People]Richmond Times-Dispatch
03/04/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_26

  z. "Noted Citizens Sign For Racial Integrity Bill".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 4
    

nam_apap069-7.3_27

  aa. "Make Racial Integrity Bill Acceptable, Aim".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 5
    

nam_apap069-7.3_28

  bb. Powell, John. "For Sake of Justice". [Voice of the People]Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 5
    

nam_apap069-7.3_29

  cc. "The Massenburg Bill".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 5
    

nam_apap069-7.3_30

  dd. "House Passes Racial and Two Rail Measures".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 7
    

nam_apap069-7.3_31

  ee. Harrison, E.L.. "What Possible Objection?" [Letter to the editor]Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 6
    

nam_apap069-7.3_32

  ff. "The Crux of the Matter".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 7
    

nam_apap069-7.3_33

  gg. "The Real Trouble". RichmondTimes-Dispatch
1926 March 9
    

nam_apap069-7.3_34

  hh. "Racial Integrity Bill Meets Death When Senate Votes to Postpone Action Indefinitely. "RichmondTimes-Dispatch
1926 March 13
    

nam_apap069-7.3_35

  ii. "The Rhinelander Case".Richmond Times-Dispatch
1926 March 29
    

nam_apap069-7.3_36

  jj. "Indian School Case Results in Mistrial".The Robesonian
1926 May 20
    

nam_apap069-7.3_37

  kk. "Two Indians Shoot Up Store At Pembroke and Run Folks Away". The Robesonian
10/01/1926
    

nam_apap069-7.3_38

  ll. Oxendine, Griffan.- "Men Who Shot up Store Not Recognized As Indians of Robeson". [Letter]The Robesonian
10-?-1926

nam_apap069-7_4

32Powell, John. "The Last Stand" 1926

Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 16-18, [undated], 22, [23], 24, [25?], 26, [undated], March 1, 1926. Love. L.F. "The Last Stand". [Letter to the editor] Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 22, 1926.

nam_apap069-7.5

33Subseries 7.5: The Jukes
    

nam_apap069-7.5_1

  a. "Degenerate Family Cost State Heavily"
1912 January 18
    

nam_apap069-7.5_2

  b. "Carrie Maines" (Death notice) Leader
11-16-1926
    

nam_apap069-7.5_3

  c. "Jukeses Mentality Unfit for Crimes of Today", [New York Evening Post]
1933 October 16

nam_apap069-7.6

34Subseries 7.6: Reviews ofMongrel Virginians
    

nam_apap069-7.6_1

  a. The Williams & Wilkins Company. "Mongrel Virginians", (leaflet)
1936
    

nam_apap069-7.6_2

  b. "Mongrel Virginians"The American Journal of Sociology
Undated

    typescript

    

nam_apap069-7.6_3

  c. Estabrook, A. H. and McDougle, Ivan E. "Mongrel Virginians"The Annals of the American Academy, 165-166
Undated
    

nam_apap069-7.6_4

  d. "Mongrel"British Medical Journal
1928 December 4
    

nam_apap069-7.6_5

  e. "Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe".Mental Hygiene, 640-43
Undated
    

nam_apap069-7.6_6

  f. "Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe".Nature
1927 June 4
    

nam_apap069-7.6_7

  g. "Mongrel Virginians"News, Lynchburg, Virginia
1926 April 29

nam_apap069-7.7

35Subseries 7.7: Berea College
    

nam_apap069-7.7_1

  a. "10 Berea Students Here For Five Days".The New York Times
1926 June 6
    

nam_apap069-7.7_2

  b. Berea College, Information Card
Undated
    

nam_apap069-7.7_3

  c. Winter, Alice Ames. "Berea". n.p.
Undated

nam_apap069-7.8

36Subseries 7.8: Miscellaneous and undated
    

nam_apap069-7.8_1

  a. "The Gullah-speaking..."
    

nam_apap069-7.8_2

  b. "Virginia Dare's County to Salute Her"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_3

  c. "She's Expert at Several Pursuits"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_4

  d. "Negro 'Who's Who' To Be Published Here"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_5

  e. "Hold Lenten Services For South Side Children"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_6

  f. "With the Guineamen of Virginia"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_7

  g. "Compulsory Education Law for Children Between 8 and 14 Passed"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_8

  h. "Maryland's Wesorts Are A 'Different' People". "Tennessee Bars Evolution From Public Schools"
    

nam_apap069-7.8_9

  i. Scarborough, Dorothy. "Where the Eighteenth Century Lives On".The New York Times Book Review
1931 December 27
    

nam_apap069-7.8_10

  j. Lieberman, Elias. "On the Turning Up of the Kaiser's Skull".New York Times
1917 July
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nam_apap069-8_1

37a. Hunter, Walter S., assisted by Eloise Sommermier. "The Relation of Degree of Indian Blood to Score on the Otis Intelligence Test". fromThe Journal of Comparative Psychology, v. 2, no. 3, p. 257-2771922 June

nam_apap069-8_2

37b. White America Society.White America by Earnest Sevier Cox. [publisher's leaflet] [4] p. ca. 1926

**Added (from unknown source): Cox, E. S. The South's Part in Mongrelizing the Nation. Richmond: White America Society.

nam_apap069-8_3

37c. "Intermarriage: Standpoint and Tentative Questionnaire"

nam_apap069-8_4

37d. Pleeker, W. A. "The New Virginia Law To Preserve Racial Integrity".Virginia Health Bulletin, v. 16, extra no. 2, 4 p.1924 March

nam_apap069-8_5

37e. "Registration of Birth and Color". Form 59 - 3-17-24 - 65M

nam_apap069-8_6

37f. Wormeley, Carter W. "Illegitimate Births in Virginia Discussed by Head of Vital Statistics" 1 f.1924 September 11

nam_apap069-8_7

37g.The New Family and Race Improvement. New Family Series, no. 5. Richmond, Va.: State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics 1925

[32] p.

[32] p.

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37h.George Hunter's Map of the Cherokee Country and the Path thereto in 1730, with comments by A. S. Salley, Jr. Bulletin of the Historical Commission of South Carolina, no. 4. Columbia, S. C.: The State Company1917

nam_apap069-8_9

37i. U.S. Geological Survey.Reconnaissance Map: Virginia, Lexington Sheet. Edition of September 1894, reprinted 1914. 1 sheet
Materials on the 1924 Supreme Court case against the Virginia statute of sterilization of the mentally defective.
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nam_apap069-9.1

38Subseries 9.1: Correspondence
    

nam_apap069-9.1_1

  a. [Strode, Aubrey E.]
1924 September 30

    

Letter, to Dr. H. H. Laughlin., Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. Carbon of typescript. 2 p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_2

  b. Strode, Aubrey E.
1924 October 10

    

Letter, Lynchburg, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. Carbon of typescript, signed. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_3

  c. Estabrook, Essie
1924 October 23

    

Telegram, Mt. Washington, Md., to Dr. Arthur O. H. Estabrook. Typescript. 1 p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_4

  d. Strode, Aubrey E.
1924 October 29

    

Letter, Lynchburg, Va., to Dr. A. H. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript, signed. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_5

  e. [Strode, Aubrey E.]
1924 November 5

    

Letter, to Dr. H. H. Laughlin, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. Carbon of typescript. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_6

  f. Strode, Aubrey E.
1924 November 6

    

Letter, Lynchburg, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript, signed. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_7

  g. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1924 November 8

    

Letter, Hyden, Ky., to Mr. Aubrey Strode, Lynchburg, Va. Carbon of typescript. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_8

  h. Strode, Aubrey E.
1924 November 15

    

Letter, Lynchburg, Va., to Dr. A. H. Estabrook, Charlottesville, Va. Typescript, signed. 1p.

    

nam_apap069-9.1_9

  i. Strode, Aubrey E.
1924 December 11

    

Letter, Lynchburg, Va., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, Hyden, Ky. Typescript, signed. 1p.

nam_apap069-9_2

39Photographs 1924

Carrie Buck, Emma Buck; Carrie's baby... with Mrs. John Dobbs.

nam_apap069-9_3

310Strode, Aubrey E. "Sterilization of Defectives". InVirginia Law Review v. 11 no. 4, 296-3011925 February

nam_apap069-9.4

311Subseries 9.4: Court records
    

nam_apap069-9.4_1

  a. In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Staunton: Carrie Buck... vs. Dr. J. H. Bell. From the Circuit Court of Amherst County
    

nam_apap069-9.4_2

  b. In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Staunton, September Term, JOIN 1925. Carrie Buck vs. Dr. J. H. Bell. Brief for Appellee. Sterilization of Hereditary Defectives. The Limits of the Power of the State over the Propagation of the Unfit
    

nam_apap069-9.4_3

  c. In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Staunton. September Term
1925

    

Carrie Buck... vs. Dr. J. H. Bell. Reply Brief for Appellant.

    

nam_apap069-9.4_4

  d. Supreme Court of the United States. October Term
1926

    

Carrie Buck... vs. J. H. Bell.

nam_apap069-9_5

312Clipping. "Sterilization of Defectives, Aim".Richmond Courier Journal05/27/1927
Material from the Bellevue-Yorkville Health Demonstration in New York City in October, November, and December of 1930.
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313"Calendar -- Social Hygiene Education Campaign -- 1930"

nam_apap069-10_2

314Office folder of form letters, items distributed, clippings, press releases, etc.

nam_apap069-10_3

315Press releases

nam_apap069-10_4

316Clippings

nam_apap069-10_5

317Publications

a. University of Minnesota. Social Hygiene Bureau. "Questions Submitted by Minneapolis Visiting Nurses...".

b. Missouri Social Hygiene Association. "Suggestions for Including All Phases of Social Hygiene in the School of Nursing Curriculum".

nam_apap069-10_6

318Publications of The American Social Hygiene Association

a. List of publications, etc.

b. Child Questions and Their Answers.

c. Sex Education.

d. Social Hygiene Publications.

nam_apap069-10_7

319Publications by Walter M. Brunet

a. Gonorrhea in the Female.

b. Venereal Disease Prevalence in the City of New York: I. Richmond County (Staten Island).

c. II. Kings County (Brooklyn).

d. III. Bronx County.

e. IV. Queens County (Long Island).

f. V. New York County (Manhattan).

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320Publications

a. The Committee on Venereal Disease of the Charity Organization Society. The Social Workers Approach to the Problem of Venereal Disease.

b. New York City Commission to Investigate the Prevention and Control of Syphilis and Gonorrhea in Scandinavian Countries and in Great Britain. Report.

c. The New York Medical Week, December 27, 1930.

d. Snow, William F. Venereal Diseases: Their Medical, Nursing, and Community Aspects. New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Company, ca. 1924.

nam_apap069-10_9

Oversized 13 posters advertising health awareness meetingsUndated
The Council of Social Agencies of Buffalo requested a survey of the problem of crippled children in Buffalo and Erie County with particular reference to the part the Crippled Children's Guild should play in the situation.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-11_1

41Estabrook, Arthur H. "The Crippled Children Situation in Buffalo and Erie County. Survey Made at the Request of The Council of Social Agencies of Buffalo and Erie County"

copy of typescript

nam_apap069-11.2

42Subseries 11.2: St. Nicholas Clinic
    

nam_apap069-11.2_1

  a. "Diagnosis and Recommendations"
05/22/1936
    

nam_apap069-11.2_2

  b. Report sheets
    

nam_apap069-11.2_3

  c. Memorandum, "Crippled Individuals Under State Supervision"
1936 May 23

nam_apap069-11.3

43Subseries 11.3: Correspondence
    

nam_apap069-11.3_1

  a. Jarnagin, Rufus
1936 June 25

    

Letter, Buffalo, N. Y., to Mr. Paul L. Benjamin, Buffalo, N. Y. Carbon of typescript. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-11.3_2

  b. Arnold, Mary
1936 July 9

    

Letter, New York, N. Y., to Dr. Arthur H. Estabrook, New York, N. Y. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-11.3_3

  c. Estabrook, Arthur H.
1936 July 10

    

Letter, to Mrs. J. P. Devine, Buffalo, N. Y. Carbon of typescript 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-11.3_4

  d. Foster, James H.
1936 July 21

    

Letter, Albany, N. Y. to Mr. Arthur H. Estabrook, New York, N. Y. Typescript, signed. 1 l.

nam_apap069-11.4

44Subseries 11.4: Clippings and publications
    

nam_apap069-11.4_1

  a. "Men's Executive Board to Be Formed by Crippled..".Buffalo Courier-Express
1936 June 27
    

nam_apap069-11.4_2

  b. Ware, E. Louise.Mental Hygiene of the Orthopedically' Handicapped Child. New York: Association for the Aid of Crippled Children
1947
    

nam_apap069-11.4_3

  c.Medical Information for Vocational Rehabilitation Officers. Washington., D. G.: U.S. Government Printing Office
1943
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-12_1

45Estabrook, Arthur H.A Roof Over Their Heads. What's What in Housing in Buffalo. Carbon of typescript. 112; additional, copy of p. 10-14: "Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority"1943

nam_apap069-12_2

46Notes1943

nam_apap069-12_3

47Publications of Buffalo agenciesUndated

nam_apap069-12_4

48Publications by Pennsylvania Conference on HousingUndated

nam_apap069-12.5

49Subseries 12.5: Miscellaneous1930
    

nam_apap069-12.5_1

  a. Southern Women's Educational Alliance
1930 October 3

    

Copy of form letter. 1 l.

    

nam_apap069-12.5_2

  b. "Report of a Conference in regard to the Desirability of a Cooperative Survey of the Southern Mountains"

    copy of typescript 3 p.

    

nam_apap069-12.5_3

  c. Items laid Hollander.Brain and Intelligence
    

nam_apap069-12.5_4

  d. Corrections. Penciled note on corrections
Please note that the archivist removed the geneological key and photographs from The Nam Family: A Study in Cacogenics for preservation purposes. These items are now stored in box 4, folder 10.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap069-13_1

410Accompanying Photographs and Key to the Nam Family from Estabrook, Arthur H., and Davenport, Charles B.The Nam Family: A Study in Cacogenics

nam_apap069-13_2

5Estabrook's personal copy of theThe Nam Family: A Study in Cacogenics

nam_apap069-13_3

411Estabrook, Arthur H. "Report of a Study of Mental Ability of Children in One Orphan's Home in Indiana". fromThe Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, p. 69-701920

nam_apap069-13_4

411Estabrook, Arthur H. "The Tribe of Ishmael". fromEugenics, Genetics and the Family, v. 1, p. 398-4041923

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412Mongrel Virginians, News Clippings1926
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413Hospital Planning 1912, 1920, 1923, 1926

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. Technical Hospital and Health Center Planning Material Request.

The Bulletin of the Hospital Council of Greater New York.

Lublin, Alfred M. Health Center, Elizabeth City, New Jersey.

McGibony, J. R. Health Center Designed for Rural Needs.

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. Planning for Integrated Service: A Health Center Unit.

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. Modern Standards in Adequate Facilities for Obstetric Care.

Dunham, Ethel. Standard Plans for Nurseries for Newborn in Hospitals of 50 to 200 Beds.

Marysville Community Hospital. The Hospital: A Line Assembly for Medical Care.

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. A Type Plan for a Pediatric Hospital Unit.

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. New Plan Standards For Hospital Nurseries.

Hospital Facilities Section, U.S. Public Health Service. Planning for Integrated Service: The District Hospital.

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414Halsey, George A.The Negro in America, Six Part Radio Program produced by Voice of America 1962

1. Negro Educational Opportunities, Dr. George Eaton Simpson, Oberlin College.

2. Negor Voting Rights in teh South, Harold C. Fleming, Executive Vice President, The Potomac Institute.

3. The Supreme Court, Tradition, and the States, Dr. Guy B. Johnson, University of North Carolina.

4. Tensions and Change in Negro-White Relations, Harry Ashmore, Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopedia Britannica, Former Editor, Little Rock Gazette.

5. Reflections from the Deep South, Ralph McGill, Editor, the Atlanta Constitution.

6. One Year's Progress in Civil Rights, Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary, NAACP.

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415U.S. CongressHousing Act of 1950 1944-1945

Land Assembly for Urban Development, 1945.

Publications of Interest to Suburbanites and Home Builders, 1944.

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416Laughlin, H. H. Eugenics in America 1925

Davenport, Chas. B. Chromosomes, Endocrines and Heredity, 1925.

Lamb, Robert B. Habeas Corpus Proceedings in Lunacy Cases, 1908.

Williams, Tom A. The Craving for the Supernatural, 1916.

McKee, A. E. State Will Work to Aid Its Wards, 1913.

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417 The Training School Bulletin 1910-1930

The Training School Bulletin, Vol. VII, No. 5, September 1910.

Doll, Edgar A. "School Training of Exceptional Children in Rural Districts". Reprint from The Training School Bulletin, June 1928.

Doll, Edgar A. "Department of Research Annual Report, 1928-1929, Part I". Reprint from The Training School Bulletin, February-March 1930.

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418Davenport, C. B. Medico-Legal Aspects of Eugenics 1914

Woods, F. A. Successful Men Have Larger Families, 1928.

Laughlin, Harry H. Eugenical Sterilization in the U.S., 1920.

Butler, F. O. A Quarter of a Century's Experience in Sterilization of Mental Defectives in California, 1945.

Phelan, Daniel. The Mental Factor in Crime, 1913.

Dayton, Neil. Influence of Size of Family upon the Characteristics of the Mentally Deficient, 1935.

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419Summer, Helen L. Standards Applicable to Child Labor 1917

Summer, Helen L. Standards Applicable to Child Labor, 1917.

Hickson, Wm. J. Psychiatry and Sociology, 1917.

Hickson, Wm. J. Organic Brain Lesions in Mental Defectives, 1914.

Pollock, Horatio M. A Statistical System for the Use of Institutions for Criminals and Delinquents, 1920.