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III. Writings [series]:
 
A. Pamphlets, manuscripts, and articles. [subseries]:
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A - - Abolishing the Twelve Hour Day In the Steel Industry. 22 p. - Alaskan Railway Problem. 3 p. - American Locomotive Fuel Record for 1920. 12 p. - Analysis of Dependent Sequence As A Guide to Fuel Economies. 11 p. 1915. - Analyzing Men For Jobs. 2 p. 1915.
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B-- Basic Formula of Industry. 30 p., - Battle Ground of Coal. 11 p. - Belting. 16 p. 1909. - Belting Compared to Chain Transmission. 8 p. 1909., - Belting Compared to Individual Electric Drives. 12 p. 1909., - Budgetary Control. 7 p. - Business Outlook. 3 p.
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C-Cause of Modern Inefficiency and Its Cost. 8 p. 1912. - Causes and Correctives of Industrial Wastes. 25 p. - Causes, Remedies and Devices. 5 p., - Chamber of Commerce of the City of Indianapolis. 17 p. 8 p., - Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway; Report and Analysis. 15 p. C - Christmas and New Year Greeting from Harrington Emerson to All Who Are Interested in Efficient Organization. 3 p. 1918.- Clear Thinking As to the Railroad Situation (several drafts)- Coal Resources of the Pacific. 22 p. 1902.- Commandment of Efficiency; Its Importance for Progress. 100 p.- Coming Back to A Peace Basis. 11 p. 1918.- Comments on the Commission on Industrial Relations and Its Failure to Agree. 22 p.- Common Want. 2 p.- Comparative Study of Wage and Bonus Plans. 32 p. 1917.- Comparative Study of Wage and Bonus Systems. 38 p. 1912.- Compensation of Employees. 4 p. 1923. - Cost Accounting. 3 p. 1918. - Cost and Efficiency Records. 41 p. 1912.- Council of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (to the). 28 p. 1915.- Creation of Organization With Special Reference to Personnel. 22 p.- Creation of Wealth. 3 p. 1918. - Crooks, Labor and Efficiency Troubles. 14 p. 1915.
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D-Dependent Sequence As A Guide to Fuel Economics. 26 p. - A Different Gauge Than 4 Ft. 8 1/2 Inches for American Railways? 23 p. - Discussion of a Paper on Electrification of Trunk Line Railroads. 7 p. 1919. - Duration of the World War. 13 p. 1915.
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E-Educational Demands of Modern Progress. 12 p. 1912. - Efficiency and Economy in Motor Truck Operation. 23 p. 1924. - Efficiency Fundamentals in Organization and Wage Payment. 6 p - Efficiency Maxims. 3 p. 1916. - Efficiency Message to Bankers. 8 p. 1912. - Efficiency Method of Determining Costs to Eliminate All Wastes From Foundry Operations. 4 p. 1908. - Efficient Manufacture of Railway Transportation. 7 p. 1912. - Emerson Wage Incentive Plan. 10 p. 1945.
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F-- Famous Firsts: High Priest of Efficiency. 2 p. - Financial Morality As Viewed By the French. 10 p. - Food and Industrial Competence. 7 p. - Food and Life As Illustrated by the Honey Bees. 4 p. F - For the Information of the Associates of the Emerson Engineers Who Began Operation January 1st, 1918. 23 p. 1919.- French Railroads. 41 p. 1919. - Fundamental Philosophy of Efficiency. 8 p. 1920.- Fundamental Principles of Efficiency. 12 p. 1910. (Part of Proceedings of Railway Club of Pittsburgh)
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G-A Graphic Story. 2 p.
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H-Handwriting On The Wall. 10 p. 1917. - Highlights - The Emerson Wage Incentive Plan. 3 p. - How Can the U.S. Railroads Meet All Their Expenses. 15 p. - How I Judge Men. 6 p. 1917. - How the German Submarines Produced a Coal Famine in New York. 8 p. - Human Engineering. 15 p. 1920. - Human Parasitism Or Service. 8 p. 1919.
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I - Increase of Railroad Net Income Through the Elimination of Waste. 7 p. 1908.- Increasing the Earning Power of Industry. 5 p. 1920.- Ideals As to a Modern Industrial Plant. - Industrial Costs in Europe and America. 23 p. - Industrial League Meeting. 3 p. 1908.
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- Justice, Common Sense and the Pay Roll. 14 p. - Knives (article regarding knives) 10 p. 1919.
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L-Leather Belting Compared to Rope Drives. 16 p. 1908. - Let's Be Friendly. Let's Help One Another. 28 p. - Locomotive Fuel As A Comparative Performance Unit for Different Railroads. 7 p. 1922.- Low Cost and High Profits vs. High Cost and Low Profits. 16 p. 1917.
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M-Manufacturers Association of the City of Bridgeport. 3 p. 1909. - Message From Mexico. 4 p. 1921. - Mexico and Her Problems. 6 p.- Mistake of Cost Plus Profit, In Determining Selling Price. 12 p.- Modern Efficiency and Scientific Management. 2 p. 1915.- Modern Production Methods, (Theory and Application). 14 p. 1920.- My Objections to the Piece Rate Method of Wage Payment. 3 p. 1919.
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N - Nature's Type of Organization. 7 p. 1919. - Needless Foundry Wastes. 4 p. - Notes for Mr. A. W. Thompson on Use of Railways in Europe During War. 18 p. - Notes of Lecture at Chattanooga. 13 p. 1920.
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O - Opening of the Alaskan Territory. 16 p. 1903. Operating Costs. 12 p. - Operating Ratio, Standards, Efficiencies On Long Averages. 12 p. - (An) Opportunity. 8 p. 1913
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P-Philosophy of Efficiency - A Synopsis of Four Lectures. 3 p. 1915. - Philosophy of Efficiency, An Outline of Its Elements. 9 p. - Philosophy of Work. 7 p. - Practicing Efficiency and Knowing Costs. 12 p. 1912. - Present Day Inefficiency, Its Cause and the Remedy. 19 p. - Preserving of Ties. 12 p. Preventable Wastes and Losses on Railroads. 15 p. 1908. Principles First, Then Details. 5 p. 1922. Principles of Efficiency Applied to Water Works. 8 p. 1912. Principles On Which Industrial Leadership Rests. 7 p. Principles Underlying Office Management. 32 p. 1924. Principles Underlying Scientific Management. 17 p. 1911. (The) Problem - The Old Industrial Age And the New. 31 p. Program of Harrington Emerson for a Great Railroad. 3 p. 1931. - Project for a Company to Become Very Profitable and Very Large
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R - - Railroad Eight Hour Law - How to Get Good Out of Evil. 4 p. 1916.- Railroad Perpetuation and Operation. 3 p. 1922. - Railroad Piece Rates. 8 p. 1917. - (The) Railroad Situation. 47 p. 22 R - (The) Railroad Situation. 16 p.- The Rate Decision. 4 p. - Rational Basis for Wages. 11 p. - Reading of Character and Aptitudes. 11 p. 1916.- Rehabilitation of Silver As part of the Money Basis of the World. 8 p- Resolved: That Workers Should Participate In the Management. 6 p.- Resume of the Work of the Emerson Company On the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 20 p.- Revision of American Foundrymen's Association Standard Cost System. 21 p. Rewards of Efficiency. 31 p. 1924. - Rising Wages. 12 p. 1916.
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S-(to) Safeguard the Seas. 24 p. 1918. Santa Fe System. Rules and Instructions for Belt Repairmen. 14 p. Saving. 6 p. 1919. Scientific Selection of Employees and Its Bearing on Industrial Efficiency. 6 p. Securing Efficiency In Railroad Work. 38 p. 1910. - Service Versus Profits. 16 p. 1922. Shop Betterment and the Individual Effort Method of Profit Sharing. 12 p. 1905.- Short Cuts. 24 p. - Society of Industrial Engineers. 18 p.- Some Experience of An Efficiency Engineer. 19 p. 1923. Some Interesting Experiences of An Efficiency Engineer. 9 S - Sound Economics Can Cure Industrial Obsessions. 6 p. 1920. (the) Steam Locomotive More Economical Than Electric Equipment for Standard Railroad Operation. 5 p. 1907.- Study of the Fundamentals of Industrial Accounting As Applied to Railroads and Also a Study of the Fundamentals of Good Operation. 15 p. 1922.- Submarines and Coal. How Fuel Famine in New York Was Produced by Germany. 3 p.- Substitution of the Electric Motor for the Steam Locomotive. 3 p. 1907.- Suggestions for An Executive. 5 p. 1919.- Synopsis of Four Lectures on the Philosophy of Efficiency. 4 p. 1915.
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T-Taxes. 7 p. 1922.- Thirteen Principles of Efficiency. 4 p. 1917.- Those Who Are Taking Heart the Misery Brought About By Unemployment, A Wholly Unnecessary Condition. 1 p. 1915.- Traffic Cops and Why the Industrial Conference Will Be A Disappointment. 15 p.- Transportation (Railroads) 200 Word Summary. 6 p. Twelve Principles of Efficiency (in various formats and parts). 1910-1911
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I-(A) Visit to Mexico. 24 p.- (A) Visit to Sing Sing Prison. 13 p.
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W-Wage-Payment Plans - A Discussion. 4 p. 1922. Wastes In American Transportation. 54 p. Western Allies. The Hear and the Far East In the World War. Worthy and Unworthy Alliances. 11 p. 1918. -What Is Ahead of Us. 4 p. 1919. -Who Has the right to Strike. 11 p. -Why Should the Spirit of Mortal Be Proud. 16 p. -World Peace. 27
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Misc. Unidentified Mss.
 
B. Course booklets.
 
1. Harrington Emerson's Home Course of Study in Personnel Efficiency . [subseries]:
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Lesson 1 - Introduction and Standards. 21p.
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Lesson 2 - Personal Efficiency. 32 p.
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Lesson 3 - Planning. 32 p.
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Lesson 4 - Schedules. 34 p.
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Lesson 5 - Despatching. 26 p.
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Lesson 6 - Standardized Conditions. 28 p.
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Lesson 7 - Standardized Operations. 22 p.
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Lesson 8 - Written Standard Practice Instructions. 28 p.
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Lesson 9 - Ideals. 18 p.
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Lesson 10 - Common Sense. 25 p.
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Lesson 11 - Competent Counsel. 23 p.
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Lesson 12 - Discipline. 27 p.
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Lesson 13 - The Fair Deal. 27 p.
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Lesson 14 - Efficiency Reward. 19 p.
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Lesson 15 - Health Culture - Part One. 29 p.
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Lesson 16 - Health Culture - Part Two. 24 p.
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Lesson 17 - Efficient Memory. 26 p.
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Lesson 18 - Efficient Home Management. 37 p.
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Lesson 19 - Amenities. 26 p.
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Lesson 20 - Finances. 28 p.
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Lesson 21 - Efficient Self -Education. 21 p.
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Lesson 22 - Efficient Salesmanship. 22 p.
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Lesson 23 - Organization, Administration, Management and Operation. 14 p.
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Lesson 24 - How to Use the Principles. 18 p.
 
2. Course of Human Engineering . [subseries]:
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Lesson 1 - Course of Human Engineering. 23 p.
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Lesson 2 - Fitting a Job to Yourself. 14 p.
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Lesson 3 - Classifying Yourself. 22 p.
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Lesson 4 - The Seven Moralities. 22 p.
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Lesson 5 - Education and Industrial Competence. 20 p.
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Lesson 6 - The Mechanics of Self-Improvement. 32 p.
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Lesson 7 - Self-Organization - Practical Methods. 16 p.
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Lesson 8 - Three Kinds of Producers - Men - Supervisors and Workers! 14 p.
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Lesson 9 - Three Kinds of Producers - The Machine Consisting of Money, Stores, Equipment, Investment. 15 p.
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Lesson 10 - Three Kinds of Producers - Materials for Maintenance and for Manufacture. 13 p.
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Lesson 11 - Introduction of the Thirteen Principles of Efficiency. 10 p.
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Lesson 12 - The Value of Records. 13 p.
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Lesson 13 - Planning. 18 p.
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Lesson 14 - Schedules. 18 p.
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Lesson 16 - Standardized Conditions. 12 p.
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Lesson 17 - Standardized Operations. 13 p.
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Lesson 18 - Written Standard Practice Instructions. 12 p.
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Lesson 19 - Ideals. 19 p.
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Lesson 20 - Common Sense. 18 p.
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Lesson 21 - Competent Counsel. 16 p.
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Lesson 22 - Discipline. 16 p.
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Lesson 23 * (Answer booklet only)
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Lesson 24 - Efficiency Reward. 14 p.
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Lesson 25 - Amenities. 15 p.
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Lesson 26 - How to Use the Principles. 12 p.
 
3. Miscellaneous lessons. [subseries]:
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Lesson 1-12 - "Emerson Institute of Efficiency" -Undated leaflets (lessons) - A Home Course In Personal Efficiency. Harrington Emerson, Dean.