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   Container / Location    Title
  1  
Correspondence, 1901-1931
  1  
0001. Correspondence. 147 frames. (1)
  1  
0148. Correspondence. 191 frames. (2)
  1  
0339. Correspondence. 180 frames. (3)
  1  
0519. Correspondence. 116 frames. (4)
  1  
0635. Correspondence. 207 frames. (5)
  1  
0842. Correspondence. 238 frames. (6)
  2  
Correspondence, 1932-August 1935
  2  
0001. Correspondence. 164 frames. (1)
  2  
0165. Correspondence. 260 frames. (2)
  2  
0425. Correspondence. 39 frames. (3)
January-February 1934.

  2  
0464. Correspondence. 147 frames. (4)
March 2-16, 1934

  2  
0611. Correspondence. 132 frames. (5)
March 17-31, 1934

  2  
0743. Correspondence. 120 frames. (6)
April-December, 1934

  2  
0863. Correspondence. 212 frames. (7)
January-August 1935

  3  
Correspondence, September 1935-December 1936
  3  
0001. Correspondence. 248 frames. (1)
September-December 1935

  3  
0249. Correspondence. 240 frames. (2)
January-March 1936

  3  
0489. Correspondence. 141 frames. (3)
April-June 1936

  3  
0630. Correspondence. 278 frames. (4)
July-December 1936

  4  
Correspondence, January 1937-August 1940
  4  
0001. Correspondence. 293 frames. (1)
  4  
0294. Correspondence. 147 frames. (2)
  4  
0441. Correspondence. 167 frames. (3)
  4  
0608. Correspondence. 176 frames. (4)
January-June 1940

  4  
0785. Correspondence. 152 frames. (5)
July 1940

  4  
0937. Correspondence. 148 frames. (6)
August 1940

  5  
Correspondence, September 1940-April 1941
  5  
0001. Correspondence. 120 frames. (1)
September 1940

  5  
0121. Correspondence. 188 frames. (2)
October 1940

  5  
0309. Correspondence. 190 frames. (3)
November-December 1940

  5  
0499. Correspondence. 183 frames. (4)
January-February 1941

  5  
0682. Correspondence. 243 frames. (5)
March-April 1941

  6  
Correspondence, May 1941-December 1942
  6  
0001. Correspondence. 176 frames. (1)
May-December 1941

  6  
0177. Correspondence. 210 frames. (2)
January-March 1942

  6  
0387. Correspondence. 95 frames. (3)
April-May 1942

  6  
0482. Correspondence. 165 frames. (4)
June-July 1942

  6  
0647. Correspondence. 205 frames. (5)
August-September 1942

  6  
0852. Correspondence. 175 frames. (6)
October-December 1942

  7  
Correspondence, January 1943-April 1944
  7  
0001. Correspondence. 204 frames. (1)
January-March 1943

  7  
0205. Correspondence. 223 frames. (2)
April-June 1943

  7  
0428. Correspondence. 231 frames. (3)
July-December 1943

  7  
0659. Correspondence. 335 frames. (4)
January-April 1944

  8  
Correspondence, May 1944-March 1945
  8  
0001. Correspondence. 203 frames. (1)
May-June 1944

  8  
0204. Correspondence. 217 frames. (2)
July-August 1944

  8  
0421. Correspondence. 143 frames. (3)
September 1944

  8  
0564. Correspondence. 214 frames. (4)
October-December 1944

  8  
0778. Correspondence. 228 frames. (5)
January-March 1945

  9  
Correspondence, April 1945-August 1945
  9  
0001. Correspondence. 191 frames. (1)
April-May 1945

  9  
0192. Correspondence. 305 frames. (2)
June 1945

  9  
0497. Correspondence. 321 frames. (3)
July 1945

  9  
0818. Correspondence. 259 frames. (4)
August 1945

  10  
Correspondence, September 1945-December 1946
  10  
0001. Correspondence. 196 frames. (1)
September 1945

  10  
0197. Correspondence. 134 frames. (2)
October-December 1945

  10  
0331. Correspondence. 338 frames. (3)
January-May 1946

  10  
0669. Correspondence. 294 frames. (4)
June-December 1946

  11  
Correspondence, January 1947-May 1948
  11  
0001. Correspondence. 317 frames. (1)
January-July 1947

  11  
0318. Correspondence. 221 frames. (2)
August-December 1947

  11  
0539. Correspondence. 222 frames. (3)
January-March 1948

  11  
0761. Correspondence. 274 frames. (4)
April-May 1948

  12  
Correspondence, June 1948-December 1948
  12  
0001. Correspondence. 167 frames. (1)
June 1948

  12  
0168. Correspondence. 218 frames. (2)
July-August 1948

  12  
0386. Correspondence. 231 frames. (3)
September-October 1948

  12  
0617. Correspondence. 218 frames. (4)
November-December 1948

  13  
Correspondence, January 1949-June 1950
  13  
0001. Correspondence. 306 frames. (1)
January-May 1949

  13  
0307. Correspondence. 252 frames. (2)
June-December 1949

  13  
0559. Correspondence. 262 frames. (3)
January-March 1950

  13  
0821. Correspondence. 180 frames. (4)
April-June 1950

  14  
Correspondence, July 1950-June 1953
  14  
0001. Correspondence. 257 frames. (1)
July-December 1950

  14  
0258. Correspondence. 219 frames. (2)
January-April 1951.

  14  
0477. Correspondence. 218 frames. (3)
May-December 1951

  14  
0695. Correspondence. 81 frames. (4)
  14  
0776. Correspondence. 145 frames. (5)
January-June 1953

  15  
Correspondence, July 1953-[December] 1957
  15  
0001. Correspondence. 81 frames. (1)
July-December 1953

  15  
0082. Correspondence. 193 frames. (2)
  15  
0275. Correspondence. 248 frames. (3)
  15  
0523. Correspondence. 195 frames. (4)
  15  
0718. Correspondence. 210 frames. (5)
  16  
Correspondence, 1958-1966 and Undated
  16  
0001. Correspondence. 174 frames. (1)
  16  
0175. Correspondence. 180 frames. (2)
  16  
0355. Correspondence. 148 frames. (3)
  16  
0503. Correspondence. 138 frames. (4)
  16  
0641. Correspondence. 136 frames. (5)
  16  
0777. Correspondence. 93 frames. (6)
  16  
0870. Correspondence. 99 frames. (7)
1964-1966 and Undated.

  17  
Speeches, 1914-1961 and Personal Material regarding Germer, 1918-1956
  17  
0001. Speeches. (1)
[1914], 1933-1942

  17  
0002. Refusal by the American Federation of Labor convention of 1914 to support eight-hour day legislation. 7 frames. (2)
  17  
0009. National Lock Company strike in Rockford, Illinois. 4 frames. (3)
  17  
0013. Class conflict and United States labor history. 14 frames. (4)
  17  
0027. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company anti-union practices in Akron, Ohio. 7 frames. (5)
  17  
0034. Fisher Auto Body strike and violence in Flint, Michigan. 2 frames. (6)
  17  
0036. United States Supreme Court decision overturning a New York minimum wage provision. 5 frames. (7)
[1936?]

  17  
0041. Federal Screw Products strike and police brutality in Detroit, Michigan. 3 frames. (8)
[1937?]

  17  
0044. Fisher Auto Body strike and violence in Flint, Michigan. 2 frames. (9)
  17  
0046. Greetings to the International Fur Workers Union Convention. 2 frames. (10)
  17  
0048. Labor and the Ford Motor Company. 6 frames. (11)
  17  
0054. Oil Workers' Union, Harvey C. Framing, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. 7 frames. (12)
  17  
0061. The Congress of Industrial Organizations issue and United Auto Workers. 10 frames. (13)
  17  
0071. Congress of Industrial Organizations and Labor's Non-Partisan League in Ironwood, Michigan. 8 frames. (14)
  17  
0079. Union support for the Greater New York Fund. 11 frames. (15)
  17  
0090. More funds for hospitals in New York, New York. 8 frames. (16)
  17  
0098. "Town Meeting" radio program: United States farm policy. 15 frames. (17)
  17  
0113. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (18)
  17  
0130. Why the Wagner Act should not be amended. 7 frames. (19)
  17  
0137. To the Washington State Industrial Union Conference. 5 frames. (20)
  17  
0142. To the War Board Conference in Berkeley, California. 16 frames. (21)
  17  
0158. The Shevlin-Hixon election between the International Woodworkers of America-Congress of Industrial Organizations and the American Federation of Labor in Bend, Oregon. 6 frames. (22)
  17  
0164. Labor Day remarks and minutes of meetings of the International Labor Day celebration in El Paso, Texas. 8 frames. (23)
  17  
0172. California Conference on Labor in the War. 2 frames. (24)
  17  
0174. Drafts of "Town Meeting" radio program: United States farm policy. 11 frames. (25)
  17  
0185. Speeches. (26)
1943-[1961?]

  17  
0186. To the Brewery Workers Convention, Galveston, Texas. 8 frames. (27)
[1942?]

  17  
0194. To the Montana State Industrial Union Conference. 9 frames. (28)
[1943?]

  17  
0203. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 13 frames. (29)
[1944?]

  17  
0216. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Eugene, Oregon. 19 frames. (30)
  17  
0235. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 10 frames. (31)
  17  
0245. Regarding the Communist party and American Federation of Labor competition with Congress of Industrial Organizations unions. 3 frames. (32)
[1948]

  17  
0248. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Saint Louis, Missouri. 4 frames. (33)
  17  
0254. Reports of the Massachusetts House Legislative Committee on Labor Industries regarding the petition of Ellworth P. Curtis and others for the regulation of strikes and labor organizations. 10 frames. (34)
  17  
0264. Labor Day remarks [not delivered] in Boston, Massachusetts. 8 frames. (35)
  17  
0282. To the Michigan State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (36)
[1948?]

  17  
0299. To the Minnesota State Industrial Union Conference. 14 frames. (37)
  17  
0313. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 17 frames. (38)
  17  
0330. Radio address sponsored by the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 8 frames. (39)
  17  
0338. To the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 10 frames. (40)
[1951?]

  17  
0348. Regarding Colorado labor history and the Communist party. 6 frames. (41)
  17  
0354. Radio address regarding the International Woodworkers of America in Flagstaff, Arizona. 12 frames. (42)
  17  
0366. To the Utah State Industrial Union Conference. 11 frames. (43)
  17  
0377. To an unidentified state industrial union conference. 9 frames. (44)
[1954?]

  17  
0386. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention. 30 frames. (45)
[1950s?]

  17  
0416. To the British Columbia District Council of the International Woodworkers of America. 15 frames. (46)
[1954?]

  17  
0431. Regarding Phillip Murray and Allan S. Haywood. 10 frames. (47)
[1954?]

  17  
0441. To the International Woodworkers of America Convention in Palm Beach, Florida. 14 pages. (48)
[1961?]

  17  
0455. Oral History interview of Adolph Germer and cover letter by Jack W. Skeels for the University of Michigan - Wayne State University Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. 31 frames. (49)
  17  
0486. Personal Material regarding Germer - Biographical (News clippings, etcetera) [Unsorted]. 115 frames. (50)
  17  
0578. Personal Material regarding Gerber. The "Chicago Socialists" Trial [United States versus Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, Irwin St. John tucker, J. Louis Engdahl, and William F. Kruse]. 115 frames. (51)
  17  
0693. Personal Material regarding Gerber. Financial [Unsorted]. 164 frames. (52)
1931-1958 and Undated.

  17  
0857. Personal Material regarding Germer. Memorabilia from European Trip [Unsorted]. 100 frames. (53)
  18  
Personal Material regarding Germer, 1900-1960 and Labor (General), 1916-1958
  18  
0001. Personal Material regarding Germer. Miscellaneous [Unsorted]. 160 frames. (1)
1900-1960 and Undated

  18  
0161. Labor - General. Rockford, Illinois (Miscellaneous).107 frames. (2)
1931-1936 [1930-1936]

  18  
0268. Labor - General. Rockford, Illinois (Rockford Labor News). 34 frames. (3)
1916, 1932-1934

  18  
0302. Labor - General. Rockford, Illinois (National Lock Company). 68 frames. (4)
  18  
0370. Labor - General. National Recovery Administration (Miscellaneous). 165 frames. (5)
  18  
0535. Labor - General. National Recovery Administration (Notes on Cases). 221 frames. (6)
February-May 1935.

  18  
0766. Labor - General. Miscellaneous Union and Labor Material, etcetera. 305 frames. (7)
1930-1958 and Undated.

  19  
Labor (Political), 1936-1956 and Labor (Congress of Industrial Organizations, General and Regional), 1936-1946
  19  
0001. Labor - Political. Political Action Committee and Miscellaneous [Unsorted]. 161 frames. (1)
  19  
0162. Labor - Political. Proposed State Legislation. 96 frames. (2)
[1930s?]

  19  
0258. Labor - Political. Public Power: Missouri Valley Authority (MVA), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), etcetera. 270 frames. (3)
  19  
0528. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 363 frames. (4)
  20  
Labor (Political), 1948 and Labor (Congress of Industrial Organizations, General and Regional), 1938-1961
  20  
0001. Labor - Political. Wallace Propaganda. 53 frames. (1)
  20  
0054. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 158 frames. (2)
  20  
0212. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 120 frames. (3)
  20  
0332. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 90 frames. (4)
  20  
0422. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 8 frames. (5)
  20  
0430. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 97 frames. (6)
  20  
0527. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 97 frames. (7)
  20  
0624. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. General. 176 frames. (8)
1955, 1959-1961

  20  
0800. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. Michigan. 38 frames. (9)
  20  
0838. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. New York. 63 frames. (10)
  21  
Labor (Congress of Industrial Organizations, General and Regional), 1940-1953 and Labor (Individual Unions)
  21  
0001. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. Western Region - California. 264 frames. (1)
  21  
0265. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. Western Region - Detroit, Michigan. 31 frames. (2)
  21  
0296. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. Western Region - Miscellaneous. 226 frames. (3)
  21  
0522. Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations. Western Region - Colorado. 224 frames. (4)
  21  
0746. Labor. International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers. 48 frames. (5)
  21  
0794. Labor. Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. 10 frames. (6)
[1939?]

  22  
Labor (Individual Unions)
  22  
0001. Labor. Federation of Flat Glass Workers. 41 frames. (1)
  22  
0042. Labor. International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal, and Soft Drink Workers of America. 98 frames. (2)
1930s, 1946, 1952-1953

  22  
0140. Labor. International Union of United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers. 233 frames. (3)
  22  
0373. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - General. 448 frames. (4)
1937-1963 and Undated.

  23  
Labor (Individual Unions)
  23  
0001. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Southern Area. 163 frames. (1)
1949, 1954- 1959.

  23  
0164. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Financial. 284 frames. (2)
1943, 1948-1951

  23  
0428. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Financial. 253 frames. (3)
1943, 1948-1957

  23  
0681. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Bargaining Agreements, etcetera. 196 frames. (4)
  23  
0877. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Hearing [controversy between International Woodworkers of America international officers and Germer]. 307 frames. (5)
  24  
Labor (Individual Unions)
  24  
0001. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Hearing [controversy between International Woodworkers of America international officers and Germer] (continued). 41 frames. (1)
  24  
0042. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention reports. 15 frames. (2)
  24  
0057. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention Reports. 234 frames. (3)
  24  
0291. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention reports. 16 frames. (4)
  24  
0307. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention Reports. 240 frames. (5)
  24  
0546. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention Reports. 53 frames. (6)
  24  
0599. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Convention reports. 180 frames. (7)
  24  
0779. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Executive Board Minutes. 79 frames. (8)
  25  
Labor (Individual Unions)
  25  
0001. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Executive Board Minutes. 231 frames. (1)
  25  
0232. Labor. International Woodworkers of America - Executive Board Minutes. 73 frames. (2)
  25  
0305. Labor. Mechanics Educational Society of America. 104 frames. (3)
  25  
0409. Labor. Oil Workers International Union. 66 frames. (4)
1938, 1945 [, and 1950s]

  25  
0475. Labor. Telephone Workers Organizing Committee. 248 frames. (5)
  25  
0723. Labor. United Mine Workers of America. 190 frames. (6)
1898-1929 [1942]

  26  
Labor (Individual Unions) and Diaries, 1930-1935
  26  
0001. Labor. United Mine Workers of America. 312 frames. (1)
  26  
0313. Labor. United Rubber Workers of America. 170 frames. (2)
  26  
0483. Diary. Volume 1. 145 Frames. (3)
Locations: Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, Indiana, West Virginia, New York, Kentucky.

  26  
0628. Diary. Volume 2. 77 frames. (4)
Locations: Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia.

  26  
0705. Diary. Volume 3. 36 frames. (5)
Locations: Illinois, Michigan. [Diaries dating 1933-1934 missing in original]

  26  
0741. Diary. Volume 4. 185 frames. (6)
Locations: Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, District of Columbia, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana.

  27  
Diaries, 1936-1940
  27  
0001. Diary. Volume 5. 197 frames. (1)
Locations: Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ontario, Kentucky, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Georgia, Alabama.

  27  
0198. Diary. Volume 6. 197 frames. (2)
Locations: Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Texas, Missouri, Mexico, Indiana, Kansas, West Virginia, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey.

  27  
0395. Diary. Volume 7. 196 frames. (3)
Locations: Michigan, Ohio, District of Columbia, Illinois, Texas, California, Wyoming, Colorado, Indiana, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania.

  27  
0591. Diary. Volume 8. 199 frames. (4)
Locations: Michigan, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut.

  27  
0790. Diary. Volume 9. 196 frames. (5)
Locations: New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Connecticut, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Illinois, Michigan, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Idaho, California.

  28  
Diaries, 1941-1945
  28  
0001. Diary. Volume 10. 197 frames. (1)
Locations: Washington, Illinois, District of Columbia, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon, New York, California, Missouri, Colorado.

  28  
0198. Diary. Volume 11. 207 frames. (2)
Locations: Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, Washington, Illinois, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Montana, California, Utah, Nevada, Texas, Mexico, Michigan, Massachusetts, New York, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas.

  28  
0405. Diary. Volume 12. 196 frames. (3)
Locations: Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Missouri, Illinois, Montana, California, Idaho, Utah, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, District of Columbia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, New York, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

  28  
0600. Diary. Volume 13. 188 frames. (4)
Locations: Oregon, Montana, Colorado, Utah, Illinois, Wisconsin, District of Columbia, Missouri, Nebraska, Washington, Iowa, Minnesota, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Michigan, British Columbia, Kentucky, Ohio.

  28  
0788. Diary. Volume 14. 187 frames. (5)
Locations: Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Illinois, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Montana, Utah, Washington, Oregon, California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, British Columbia, Manitoba.

  29  
Diaries, 1946-1951
  29  
0001. Diary. Volume 15. 174 frames. (1)
Locations: Illinois, Nebraska, Colorado, Montana, Utah, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas, Ohio, California, Mexico, Oregon, Washington, District of Columbia, New Mexico, Virginia, West Virginia, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Great Britain, France.

  29  
0175. Diary. Volume 16. 182 frames. (2)
Locations: Illinois, District of Columbia, New York, Great Britain, France, Germany, Senegal, Czechoslovakia, New Jersey, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wyoming, California, Washington.

  29  
0357. Diary. Volume 17. 193 frames. (3)
Locations: Illinois, District of Columbia, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, California, British Columbia, Washington, Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New York, Wyoming.

  29  
0550. Diary. Volume 18. 190 frames. (4)
Locations: Illinois, California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Utah, Colorado, District of Columbia, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, Wyoming.

  29  
0740. Diary. Volume 19. 177 frames. (5)
Locations: Illinois, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, California, Utah, Colorado, Nebraska, Ontario, Michigan, Wyoming, Idaho, District of Columbia, Montana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama.

  29  
0917. Diary. Volume 20. 188 frames. (6)
Locations: Illinois, District of Columbia, Ohio, Michigan, Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, New York, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Quebec, Pennsylvania, Arizona, California, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa.

  30  
Diaries, 1952-1958
  30  
0001. Diary. Volume 21. 193 frames. (1)
Locations: Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, California, Illinois, Idaho, District of Columbia, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Minnesota.

  30  
0194. Diary. Volume 22. 189 frames. (2)
Locations: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Oregon, Washington, California, Mexico, District of Columbia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, British Columbia, Idaho.

  30  
0383. Diary. Volume 23. 1954 Part 1. 14 Frames. (3)
Locations: Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado.

  30  
0397. Diary. Volume 24. 1954 Part 2. 189 frames. (4)
Locations: Illinois, District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York, Wisconsin, Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, Idaho, Washington, British Columbia, California, Minnesota, Montana, Utah, Puerto Rico, United States Virgin Islands, Missouri.

  30  
0586. Diary. Volume 25. 190 frames. (5)
Locations: Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, District of Columbia, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Alabama, Tennessee, Ohio, Missouri, Louisiana, Oregon, California, Arkansas, Washington

  30  
0776. Diary. Volume 26. 94 frames. (6)
Locations: Illinois, Oregon, Ontario, Wisconsin.

  30  
0870. Diary. Volume 27. 52 frames. (7)
Locations: Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio.

  30  
0922. Diary. Volume 28. 32 frames. (8)
Locations: Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky, California.

  30  
0954. Scrapbook. News clippings. 101 frames. (9)
1930-1964 and Undated