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Harry H. Laughlin Papers
Manuscript Collection L1

"B" Boxes

B-2-1, B-2-2, B-2-3, B-2-4, B-5-1b, B-5-2b, B-5-3b, B-5-4b


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B-2-1:1 100 Races Compared      
Race Charts ▪ 100 races, 788 entrants 100 races, 766 entrants 100 races, 750 entrants) Number of Races Run Previously by Each Entrant ◙ 100 comparisons on “How good a prediction?”◙ Black Book Formulas ◙ Prediction chart ◙  The Predicted  Versus the Actual in Race Performances [proof copy] ◙ Act. QP…of best previous race ◙ Act QP…2 best previous performances ◙ Act QP…3 best previous performances ◙ Handwritten horse chart ◙ Handwritten tabulations
B-2-1:2 The Measure of Evolution     
1933 report, The Measure of Evolution ◙ Handwritten note
B-2-1:3 Coordinating Evolution and Genetics   
The Measure of Evolution, 1933 report ◙ A still different type of use… ◙ Coordinating Evolution & Genetics [handwritten note]
B-2-1:4 Basic Formula for Standard Speed  
V. The basic formula for standard speed; 1. The Four-dimensional Manifold Fitting Functions and Dimensions Development of the Formula MSF = S f(d, w,a) for Each Sex by the Method Added Functions; 2. The Basic Formula; 3. The Final Formula; 4. The Fourth Function – Sex; 5. The “Black Book” ◙ Development of the Formula  M.S.F.=S=f(d,w,a) for Each Sex, by the Method of Added Functions [chart]
B-2-1:5 Coefficient of Prediction - Accuracy (1937) 
Laboratory Work in Eugenics, Tracing the Family Distribution of a Single Trait [instruction sheet] ◙ Eugenics Seeks to Improve the Natural, Physical Mental and Temperamental Qualities of the Human Family [leaflet of Eugenics Record Office] ◙ The Coefficient of Prediction Accuracy; (1) Source of the Prediction Basis ◙ I. The Coefficient of Prediction-Accuracy ◙ II. Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ The Coefficient of Prediction-Accuracy (C.P.A) [charts] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-1:6  

Collection of Data    

Chapter II. The Collection of Basic Speed-facts about Races Run; chapter includes: Breeding and Performance Records of the Individual Horse; Near-kin Folder; Near-kin Values; The Laboratory Set-up; Evaluation of Data on Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred ◙ Nearest Kin of Man O’ War [chart] ◙ Racing Record of Man 0’ War

B-2-1:7

Duplicate materials, Vol.  I 

“Horse Study Aids Human Genetics” ◙ Human Yard-Sticks ◙ Chapter III, Development of the Measure of Racing Capacity or “Yardstick” ◙ Supplementary, Standard Formula Number Two ◙ S = f(d,w,a,sx) Outline of Development of Formula ◙ Memorandum on Quality of Performance ◙ Explanation of the General Formula ◙ Two Methods of Finding the Formula M.S.F. = f(d,w,a) and a comparison of them [handwritten] ◙ The Development of the Formula M.S.F.=(f)d,w,a,s ◙ Resume of Methods No. 1A and No. 1 ◙ Major Factors ◙ Race Analysis ◙ The Theory and Development of Standard Formula #2 ◙ Good and Bad 3-Dimensional Curve Fitting ◙ Outline of Work Beginning with the Data Sheet [handwritten] ◙ Handwritten notes

B-2-1:8 Formula for Inheritance of Racing Capacity - Table of Contents  
Formula for the Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ From 1933 report, Inheritance of Racing Capacity ◙ Mathematical Model of the Formula of the Inheritance of Racing Capacity... ◙ Table of contents for, The Thoroughbred Horse, Part II.  The Inheritance of Racing Capacity ◙ Outline of II.  The Inheritance of Racing Capacity [with handwritten note, old outline not to be used in new Vol. II]
B-2-1:9 Hereditary Promise  
“Science evolves super-horse as step to breeding geniuses” [clipping] ◙ Re: Dr. J. Arthur Harris, “A Coefficient of Individual Prepotency for Students of Heredity” (American Naturalist, XLV, August 1911) [manuscript] ◙ Notes on Homo Sapiens [manuscript] ◙ Ancestral Influence and Environment ◙ Speed-increase in Thoroughbreds ◙ Genetic Tests in Animal Breeding by B. L. Warwick, Bimonthly Bulletin, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, 138 (May-June 1929) ◙ Chance of Reproducing Self ◙ Chapter XV, Hereditary Promise ◙ Precocity of Sires ◙ Computation of Rate, Effectiveness, and Certainty of Somatic Versus Pedigree Selection ◙ The Relation Between the Number of Chromosomes of a Species and the Rate of Elimination of Mongrel Blood by the Pure-sire Method ◙ Running Horses, a radio talk presented Tuesday, December 17, 1935, under the auspices of Science Service, over the Columbia Broadcasting System ◙ 1932 Report, The Fine Adjustments of Heredity ◙ Inbreeding ◙ Inbreeding Problem ◙ Inbreeding Index ◙ Memorandum on Principles and Rules to be Followed in Deciding Upon Definite Mare-Stallion Matings
B-2-1:10 Influence of Heredity Probability Resultant  
Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse, The Influence on Heredity [cut and paste of various pages] ◙ Note on Number of Independent Factors or Pieces of evidence Which Ultimately Constitute the Probability-Resultant [draft copy]
B-2-1:11 Nephew-Niece, Uncle-Aunt Data  
Handwritten data on thoroughbred horse study
B-2-1:12 Predictions Made from Data  
23 races (138 entrants) [chart] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-1:13 Racing Capacity Records  
Handwritten records of thoroughbred horses arranged by family groups
B-2-1:14 Racing Capacity-Problem Yardstick  
Statement of the Problem ◙ 1. Measure ◙ Chapter I. Statement of the Problem:  The Needed Yardstick ◙ The Yardstick and Its Use ◙ The Purpose ◙ Yardstick Principle – The Distance-Weight-Time System ◙ Basic Evidence, Existing Classifications ◙ Intercompensations Among Constituent Factors ◙ Analysis and Interpretation of the Evidence ◙ Questions Answered 
B-2-1:15 Sire-Foal   
Formula: Sire-Foal ◙ Formula: Dam-Foal ◙ Formula: Sire’s Sire-Foal ◙ Formula: Sire’s Dam-Foal ◙ Formula: Dam’s Sire-Foal ◙ Formula: Dam’s Dam-Foal ◙ Formula: Full Sib-Foal ◙ Formula: Foal-Parent ◙ Formula: Half Sib, Common Sire-Foal ◙ Formula: Half Sib, Common Dam-Foal ◙ Formula: Grand Foal-Grandparent ◙ Formula: Uncle or Aunt-Foal ◙ Formula: Nephew or Niece-Foal ◙ Formula: First Cousin-Foal ◙ Formula: Sire-Dam Index-Foal 
B-2-1:16 Speed Analysis   
III.  Speed Analysis by Measurable Factors [outline] ◙ III.  Speed-Analysis by Measurable Factors ◙ 1. Major Factors ◙ Data-Sheets ◙ Best Records as the Basis for the Standard Mean Seconds per Furlong (st.  msf) ◙ 2. Collecting the Data ◙ Sample Speed Record Tables ◙ Plotting the Data-Two Dimensional Curve Fitting ◙ Distance-Speed Curve ◙ 2. What Weight-Carried Does to Speed s=f(w) ◙ Weight-Speed Curve ◙ What Age Does to Speed s=f(a) ◙ Age-Speed Curve ◙ General Type of Curve: Parabola ◙ Sex as a Major Factor in Speed s=f (sx)
B-2-1:17 Speed Compensations         
IV.  The Intercompensation of Age, Weight-Carried, Distance-Run and Sex in Speed Determination [outline] ◙ The Principle of Added Functions: A Useful Tool in Yardstick Invention ◙ Procedure Outline for the Development of the Yardstick for the Measure of Racing Capacity ◙ Data for Analysis ◙ Determination of the Standard-the Yardstick-for the Measure of Racing Capacity in Thoroughbred Horses ◙ Cross-Sectioning of Graphs or Analysis of the Formula ◙ Series I:  Original Data-Tables as Smoothed Curves ◙  Series II.  Inter-Compensation of Functions ◙ 2 Coordinates:  Weight and Distance ◙ 2 Coordinates:  Age and Distance ◙ 2 Coordinates: Age and Weight ◙ 3. Three-Dimensional Curved Surface Fitting ◙ Geometric Cages ◙ Good and Bad 3-Dimensional Curve Fitting ◙ The D-W-A Surface ◙ 4. The Technique of Added Functions ◙ Cross-Section Consistency ◙ Intercompensation of Functions ◙ Order of Cross-Sectioning Cages ◙ Limitations of the Method of Added Functions
B-2-1:18 Uses of the General Formula of Heredity  
Adaptability, Adequacy and Accuracy of the Records ◙ The Two Main Problems Involved ◙ I. Measure ◙ II. Inheritance ◙ Eclipse [racing capacity] ◙ Discovery [racing capacity] ◙ Indicate how the B.H. formula was derived ◙ Weight-Speed Curve [chart] ◙ Distance-Speed Curve [chart] ◙ Age-Speed Curve [chart] ◙ Percents-Members of Scatter Diagram Chanced to Percents [chart] 
   
B-2-2:1 Chance Predictions vs. Prediction Based on Q. P. of Last  Performance 
100 races, 788 entrants, Chance Prediction Vs. Prediction Based on Past Performance, Goodness of Prediction [chart] ◙ 100 races, 788 entrants, Chance Prediction versus Prediction Based on Past Performance [chart] ◙ 100 races, 750 entrants, Prediction Based on Q. P. of Last 3 Races Run by Each Entrant [chart] ◙ 100 races, 766 entrants, Prediction Based on Q. P. of Last 2 races Run by Each Entrant [chart] ◙ 100 Races, 788 Entrants, Prediction Based on Q. P. of Last Race Run by Each Entrant [chart] ◙ Worksheets
B-2-2:2 Fifteen Manerkons: Check List in Preparation for Model Making 
11. Grand Foal-Grandparent Resemblance ◙14.First Cousin-First Cousin Resemblance ◙ 15. Sire-Dam Index-Foal Resemblance ◙ 2.Dam-Foal Resemblance ◙ 3. Sire's Sire-Foal Resemblance ◙ 4. Sire's Dam-Foal Resemblance ◙ 5. Dam's Sire-Foal Resemblance ◙ 6.  Dam's Dam-Foal Resemblance ◙ 7. Full Sib-Full Sib Resemblance ◙ 8. Foal-Parent Resemblance ◙ 10. Half Sib, Common Dam-Half Sib Resemblance ◙ 12. Uncle or Aunt--Nephew or Niece Resemblance ◙ 13. Nephew or Niece-Uncle or Aunt Resemblance ◙ 9.  Half. Sib, Common Sire-Half Sib Resemblance
B-2-2:3 Horse Registry US 1930; Pedigree Registry for Animals, 1920 
Registration of Foals in the U.  S.  [chart] ◙ Registration of Foals Obtained from Jockey Club U. S. A. [chart] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Memorandum on the Feasibility of Establishing Pedigree Breeding Districts by State Law ◙ Registration of Foals ◙ Complete Registration of Foals ◙ Clippings
B-2-2:4 Inborn Qualities of the Thoroughbred Horse 
Inborn Qualities of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Outline of Main Purpose ◙ Clippings
B-2-2:5 Index of Regression  
The Genetics of Functional Entities ◙ Ogive Regression Probability ◙ 1932 Report, Band Correlation or Ogive-Regression ◙ Handwritten note
B-2-2:6 Letters - Racing Capacity - 1935   
◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪ C. C. Hurst (2) John J. Pershing W. Cameron Forbes Otis W. Caldwell Gilbert Grosvenor F. P. Keppel Louis Dublin C. K. G. Billings Woolmington Waldorf Astor (4) Ellsworth Huntington Norman Krim Duke of Portland's librarian   D. D. Streeter (3) F. Perkins K. Roosevelt Helen M. Walker John Angstadt J. Howlett Sidney E. Ferriss George Bickhafer University of Adelaide Library S. H. Chubb Edward B. McKinley Goto Library of Congress A. H. Callihan (2) ◙ Correspondence 1935 E. S. Gosney James Oliver Rudin
B-2-2:7 Miscellaneous Notes on Horse Books #1-15, Sires, Dams, Foals, Imported Horses, Etc. 
Imported Mares [list] ◙ Imported Horses [list] ◙ Imported Sires [list] ◙ Sires Used in Full Sib Study [list] ◙ Dams Used in Full Sib Study [list] ◙ Dam’s Sire Study [list] ◙ Dam’s Dam Study [list] ◙ Half Sibs [list] ◙ Corrections [list] ◙ Notes
B-2-2:8 Near Kin Resemblance in Racing Capacity  
Memorandum on the Near Kin Index ◙ List of Near-Kin 
B-2-2:9 Probability of R. C. of Foal  
Contents [outline] [for Black Book] ◙ Contents [outline] [for Brown Book] ◙ Contents [outline]  [Black Book] ◙ Contents  [outline] [Black Book] ◙ Contents [outline] [Brown Book] ◙ Computation Sheet: Probability that Racing Capacity in the Foal Will Lie Within the Selected 5-Pound Racing Capacity Range [chart]
B-2-2:10 Probability Resultant 
I. Graphical Representation ◙ II. Mathematical Derivation ◙ Use of the Evidence ◙ How the Answer is Worked Out ◙ The Probability-resultant ◙ Each Blood-kinship as a Piece of Evidence ◙ Summary ◙ Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred House, Work Sheet for the Computation of the Hereditary Racing Capacity of the Foal… ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-2:11 Probability Resultant-Racing Capacity  
The Probability-Resultant of Several Independently Observed Probability-Evidences [chart]
B-2-2:12 Racing Capacity Background Materials 
Summary to Show Average no. of lbs. Deviation [chart] ◙ Weight Sheets [charts] ◙ The Predicted Versus the Actual in Race Performance ◙ V. Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Summary of the Racing Career of...[compiled for individual horses, Sarazen, Man O’ War, Hogan Play, Snowflake, Prudery, Discovery] ◙ Range of Weights (Low-High-Average) Carried by 788 Entrants in 100 Selected Races ◙ Researches on the Measure and Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse, the Predicted vs the Actual in Race-Performance and Analysis of Weights Assigned [blank form] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-2:13 Racing Capacity Background  Materials
Weight Assigned by Formulary Analysis vs. Weight Assigned by Handicapper [charts] ◙ The Predicted vs. the Actual in Race-Performance [charts]
B-2-2:14 Racing Capacity Correspondence  
Expert Chart Racing  Form of Unborn Colts [clipping] ◙ Racing Capacity, Completed for Bunch of Lilies ◙ Statement of Contributions by Walter J. Salmon toward Investigations on the Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse, from April 2, 1923 to January 20, 1932 ◙ “Most important hereditary traits – good and bad – in man, Dr. Laughlin said today, “Are far too complex for the simple Mendelain formula…” ◙ Computed Racing Capacity Probabilities for the 1935 Colt by Gallant Fox out of Emma Helen ◙ Correspondence 1937 ▪ E. E. Steele (3) Mahala Ettinger, Horse and Horseman (5) Fred E. Wright H.O.H.Frelinghuysen ◙ Correspondence 1938 Walter J. Salmon Varela John C. Merriam (2)
B-2-2:15 Racing Capacity Notes 
 Handwritten notes ◙ Proofs
B-2-2:16 Racing Capacity Publication--Scientific Monthly 
“Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse” reprint from Scientific Monthly 38(March and April 1934, pp. 210-222, 310-321 ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪ Frank L. Bunker (10) H. Ware Cattell (3) ◙ Correspondence 1934 Science Press
B-2-2:17 Racing Capacity Records, 1937  
Charts 
B-2-2:18 Racing Capacity-Brown Book-Original Work 
Handwritten figures used in Brown Book 
B-2-2:19 Yardstick  
Chapter VI. The Yardstick for the Measure of Racing Capacity [outline] ◙ The Yardstick for the Measure of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred [draft copy]
   
B-2-3:1 Anatomical Differences Between Thoroughbred and Arabian Horse 
Handwritten comparison ◙ Clippings about Arabian horses
B-2-3:2 Artificial Insemination        
Correspondence 1936 ▪ A. B. Loud & Co. Haussmann & Dunn Mfg. Co. Breeder’s Gazette Horse and Mule Association of America Correspondence 1937   C. G. Hartman (2)
B-2-3:3 Balanced Odds, Paradox Chart; Racing Capacity Work;  Constituent Prediction Probabilities 
Handwritten notes ◙ Hand drawn paradox charts
B-2-3:4 Bibliography List [Racing Capacity]    
Bibliography
B-2-3:5 Chance Prediction vs. Prediction Based on P. P. of 100 Horse Races with 788 Entrants 
Actual Place – Chance Place Curve [charts] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-3:6

Clippings - Racing Capacity    
“The Week in Science: The Capacity of Racehorses,” New York Times (May 6, 1934), p. XX 7 ◙ “The chief place in this issue is taken…,” Eugenics Review, April 1927

B-2-3:7 Coefficient of Prediction Accuracy – Publishing 
Correspondence 1937 E. B. Wilson (3) Frank F. Bunker ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-3:8 Collection and Analysis - the Inheritance of Racing Capacity – the Racing Trait Complex 
Preliminary Investigations, The Salmon Experimental Farm [folder], contents: Preliminary Investigations, clippings ◙ Chromosome Geography and Trait Prediction [folder], contents: Chromosome Geography
B-2-3:9 First List for Full Sib Study - Racing Capacity 
Lists of horses
B-2-3:10 Inheritance of Racing Capacity; Chapter 1, Origin of the Thoroughbred Horse and Other Breeds 
Inborn Qualities of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Outline of the Main Purpose ◙ Clippings
B-2-3:11 Letters - Salmon Fund and Work 
Statement of Contributions by Walter J. Salmon Toward Investigations on the Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse, from April 2, 1923 to January 20, 1932 ◙ Statement of the Walter J. Salmon Fund, August 1, 1923 ◙ Expense Account Alice M. Hellmer [1930-32] ◙ The Walter J. Salmon Fund [account statement], 1923-24 ◙ Memoranda ▪ Budget, 9/22/1925 ▪ Petty Cash, 1/5/1927 ◙ Correspondence ▪ Walter J. Salmon,1923 -1930 (31) G. H. Claflin,1923-1927 (12) Davenport, 1923-1925 (5) Alice M. Hellmer,1924-1928 (3) Department of Genetics,1924-1925 (2)  ▪ Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1928 
B-2-3:12 Manerkon - Development of  
Outline for Manerkon Construction K = F(M,R); January 15, 1936 ◙ II. Basic Date for Computing the Manerkon K- f(M,R) ◙ Geometric Shrinkage of Cumulative Area, K=f(R) ◙ Basic Formulae for the Constituent Probability-Table ◙ The Mathematical Model for the Specific Formula of Heredity ◙ Worksheets [blank] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-3:13 Manerkon - Resemblance in Kinship   
K=f(M,rR) [chart] ◙ The Resemblance in a Selected Kinship, the Unit of Evidence [chart] ◙ K=f(M,R) The Evidence, The Resultant-Probability [chart] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-3:14 Material Used in Half-Sib; Foal-Grandparent Racing Capacity 
Handwritten lists and data for Ultimus; All Gold; Allumeur; American Ace; Angon; Archaic; Aspinwall; Assagal; Audacious; Baby Grand; Ballot; Basil; Ben Brush; Black Servant; Black Toney; Blazes; Blonde Buddy; Bo McMillan; Boniface; Broomstick; Brown Price; Bunting; Burgomaster; Campfire; Captain Alcock; Cataract; Celt; Chicle; Colin; Col. Vennie; Commando; Coventry; Cudgel; Cunard; Delhi; Disguise; Dr. Leggo; Dodge; Dominant; Dun Boyne; Escoba; Eternal; Fair Play; Fitz-Herbert; Flittergold; Flying Ebony; Friar Rock; George Smith; Gladiator; Golden Broom; Golden Maxim; Granite; Guy Fortune; Hand Grenade; Helmet; Hessian; High Cloud; High Cost; High Noon; High Time; Hourless; Huon; Jack Atkin; Jim Gaffney; Johren; Kai-Sang; King James; Last Coin; Leonardo II; Light Brigade; Luke McLuke; Mad Hatter; Maintenant; Manager Waite; Man O’ War; Mentor; Meridian; Midway; Motor Cop; North Star III; Oil Man; Olambala; Old Koenig; On Watch; Ormont; Pagan Pan; Pebbles; Pennant; Peter Pan; Pillory; Plaudit; Prince Pal; Purchase; Rockminister; Rock View; St. Henry; Sir John Johnson; Sir Martin; Spanish Prince; Sporting Blood; Stockwell; Sun Briar; Sunference; Sunreigh; Uncle; Upset; Voter; Vulcain; Westy Hogan; Whisk Broom II; Wildair; Wrack; Zev; Sweep; Seep Bx; Sweep On; Tall Timber; The Finn; The Manager; The Porter; Supremus; Thunderstorm; Trap Rock; Transvaal; Tryster; Ormondale; Sunstar; Thunderer; Ultimatum
B-2-3:15

Material Used in Half-Sib; Foal-Grandparent Racing Capacity

Foal-Grandparent List ◙ Racing Records for Grandparents ◙ Grandparent-Offspring list ◙ Half-Sibs list ◙ Foal-Dam list ◙ Foal-Sire list ◙ Geldings list ◙ Fillies list ◙ Colts list

B-2-3:16 Picture Index - the Inheritance of Racing Capacity 
Mathematical Model for the Specific Formula of Heredity ◙ Photograph of manerkonic models ◙ Manerkonic Model Plan for Formula of Heredity
B-2-3:17 Probability Resultant Material 
The Probability-Resultant of Several Independently Observed Probability-Evidences [chart] ◙ Description of the Two Accompanying Formulas-Tables ◙ The Probability-Resultant [draft copy] ◙ Reprint mailing list ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ P. W. Wilson, 1935-36 (2) E. G. Conklin Editor of Proceedings of the National Academy of Science
B-2-3:18

Racing Capacity - Original Work  
The Probability-Repetant is the average… ◙ Computation Sheet: Probability That Racing Capacity in the Foal will Lie within the Selected 5-Pound Racing Capacity Range [chart, completed for First Lady] ◙ Repetant Curve for Foal-First Lady [chart] ◙ Specific Structural Units of the Basic Formula [chart] ◙ Standard Mean Seconds per Furlong in the Running Horse [chart] ◙ The Probability-Resultant of the Several Constituent Independent evidences [Dummy for photograph of Panel 6 shown at Exhibit C. I. W. 1935] ◙ Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse, Distribution of FC-RC for 100 Predictions [chart] ◙ Three Dimensional Curved Surface Fitting [included photographs] ◙ Biological Abstracts “How to Use the Specific Formula of Heredity” ◙ The Racing-Trait-Complex ◙ Overlapping Probability ◙ Applicability of the Demonstrated Principles ◙ Summary, When the Several Probability-evidences are independent… ◙ Notes on Racing in the United States ◙ Foreign Racing History ◙ Notes for Book II, Part A ◙ Collection and Analysis of Facts about Racing Capacities of Near-Blood Kin ◙ Inborn Qualities ◙ Grahame, Arthur. “Phantom Race Horse” Popular Science Monthly, n.d. ◙ Correspondence 1936 Mereworth Stud agent

   
B-2-4:1 Collection and Analysis of Racing Capacity - the General Formula 
Collection and Analysis of Facts about Racing Capacities of Near-Blood Kin [draft] ◙ The General Formula of Heredity, Statement of the Problem [draft]
B-2-4:2 Formula - Unit of Prediction Evidence 
Use of Standard Formula ◙ Note on the Probability Resultant ◙ Number Data ◙ The Unit of Prediction Evidence
B-2-4:3 Horse Manerkon List    
Horse Manerkon List, Basis: relationship of a near-blood-kin..
B-2-4:4 Kurtosis Factors - Work [Racing Capacity]  
“Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse” Scientific Monthly (April 1934) ◙ Kurtosis Factors [folder] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-4:5 Manerkonic Analysis   
Manerkon List; Basis: Relationship of Near-Blood-Kin (M), To the Propositus (R) ◙ The Fifteen Manerkon-Books ◙ Notes for Book “B” ◙ II. The Formula of Heredity – General [draft] ◙ General Formula of Heredity Prediction-Basis as Used for Prediction Index [draft] ◙ Principles and Technique in Formula Development, Index Method [draft] ◙ Techniques in Formula Development, Plotting the Data ◙ Procedure for Obtaining Formula – Old Method ◙ 1933 Report.  The General Formula of Heredity is applicable to all traits… ◙ Notes, “from folder ‘Logistic Curve-Probability’” written at top ◙ The Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse, Manerkonic Analysis ◙ 2. Manerkonic Analysis.  K-f(M,R) ◙ “Specific Formula of Heredity” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 19:12 (December 1933) ◙ “How to Use the Specific Formula of Heredity” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 21:11 (November 1935) ◙ Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, Factors Affecting Prices at Two Connecticut Egg Auctions, Bulletin 225 (May 1938) ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-4:6 Near-Kin Resemblance  
IV. Near-Kin Resemblance in Race Capacity, The Prediction-Unit Kp=f(M) applied to Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse [draft with paste ups]
B-2-4:7 New Tool for Genetic Analysis Collection and Method of Analysis 
Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Gene-Analysis and Prediction Analysis ◙ Muller, H. J., “Quantitative Methods in Genetic Research” American Naturalist, 61 (September-October 1927)
B-2-4:8 Prediction of Inheritance of Racing Capacity – Foal 
The Prediction of Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Foal [draft]
B-2-4:9 Prediction Technique  
The Probability Resultant [draft]
B-2-4:10 Probability Repetant vs. Actual R. C 
The Predicted versus the Actual in Race Performance ◙ Handwritten notes
B-2-4:11 Racing Capacity - Analysis of Weights; Handicapper vs. Analyst 
Weights Assigned [draft] ◙ Development of Formula M.S.F.=f(d.w.a.s), Mean Absolute Seconds per Furlong as a Function of Distance, Weight, Age & Sex [chart] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪ H. D. Goodale,1927 (2) C. A. Fleming,1939 Maynard Weisberg,1939
B-2-4:12 Racing Capacity - Contents Black and Brown Books  
Contents [outline] and Preface [draft], Black Book ◙ Contents [outline] and Preface [draft], Brown Book
B-2-4:13 Racing Capacity - Publishing Arrangements  
Correspondence with Lancaster Press, 1936 (11)
B-2-4:14 Radio Interview - Thoroughbred Horse  
Rough draft, Columbia Broadcasting System-Science Service Talk, Tuesday, December 17, 1935 ◙ Questions in Human Heredity, an Interview with Harry H. Laughlin, Sc.D. [written in top left corner, “corrections on radio talk” ◙ Correspondence ▪ George W. Morey, C. I. W., Chairman, Committee on Exhibits, 1935 (2) Watson Davis, CBS, Science Service, 1935 (3) Edward R. Murrow, 1936 (5)
B-2-4:15 The Relation Between Chromosome Number and Rate of Consummation of Pure Blood by the Pure Sire Method 
The Relation Between the Number of Chromosomes and the Rate of Consummation of Pure Blood by the Pure Sire Method ◙ “The Relation Between the Number of Chromosomes of a Species and the Rate of Elimination of Mongrel Blood by the Pure-Sire Method” Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1919, pp. 132-34 ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence, 1919-20 ▪ Kornie [S. I. Kornhauser] (4) E. M. East Ethel Brown Harvey (2) W. E. Hoy, Jr. (4) H. von Winiwarter Weiman E. M. East American Shorthorn Breeders’ Association (2)
   
B-2-5 Laughlin Unpublished Manuscript   
The Genetics of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse [Brown and Black Books]
   
B-2-6 Laughlin Unpublished Manuscript  
The Genetics of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse [Brown and Black Books] [acid-free copy] 
   
B-5-1B:1 Common Government - Maps and Tables  
Chart I: School Attendance and Literacy in 74 Countires-1929 [chart] ◙ Chart II: Exports per Capita and Wealth Per Capita in 51 Countries-1931 [chart] ◙ 1. Europe [chart] ◙ 2. Asia [chart] ◙ 3 North America [chart] ◙ 4. Africa [chart] ◙ 5. Australasia [chart] ◙ 6. South America [chart] ◙ The Six Continents, as delimited by Article VI, Section l [map] ◙ 7. World, Summary [chart] ◙ The Six Natural Primary Territorial Subdivisions of the World…as delimited by Article VIII, Section I [map] ◙ Fundamental Government [draft] ◙ Map and Tables [list] ◙ Table II, Allotment to World Parliament
B-5-1B:2 Draft - Aspects of World Government 
An Examination into the Historical Biological, Geographical, Social Economic and Political Aspects of Practical World Government [draft] ◙ Handwritten notes
B-5-1B:3

Fundamental Instrument of Common Government of the World - Leftovers

Fundamental Instrument of Common Government of the World [preliminary draft]

B-5-1B:4 Materials for Race Conditions in U. S.- 1939 Yearbook 
Race Conditions in the United States [1927?] ◙ Race Conditions in the United States, 1939 ◙ The End of the Scottsboro Case ◙ U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Prisoners in State and Federal Prisons and Reformatories: 1938 ◙ Newspaper clippings ◙ “The Crisis in Christianity” Saturday Evening Post 212:6 (August 5, 1939) ◙ “White Color Invaders” The Country Home Magazine, September 1939 ◙ “My Neighbor is a Refugee” n.p., n.d. ◙ “The Ladies and the Lynchers” Readers Digest, November 1939 ◙ “French March Toward the Alps and Italy” n.p., n.d. ◙ “The Alien in America” Saturday Evening Post, April 6, 1935 ◙ “What We Don’t Inherit” n.p., n.d. ◙ “You and the Next Administration” Colliers, August 12, 1939 ◙ “President Wilson and Colonel House,…June 15, 1939,” Congressional Record ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ Superintendent of Documents J. H. Craft (2)
B-5-1B:5 Publishing - Fundamental Instrument of the World 
Princeton University Press, Certificate of Incorporation and By-Laws [booklet] ◙ List of publishers ◙ American Academy of Political and Social Science Conference…, September 11, 12, 1932 [program] ◙ A Few Facts About the Foreign Policy Association ◙ Important Recent Publications on International Affairs ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1918 ▪ E. Parmalee Prentice (2) ◙ Correspondence 1931 Aristide Briand George A. Hastings Neville Butler (3)   H. G. Deane James R. Angell (3) ◙ Correspondence 1932 George Parmly Day Yale University Press Raymond T. Rich   Eugene A. Davidson Philip C. Nash Harold C. Moulton (2) Edward M. House (4) Arthur W. Packard Edward E. Day (2) Heinrich Bruening French Foreign Office Madison Grant [one incomplete] (4) Charles P. Howland (2) Raymond B. Fosdick (2) Frank Halsey Walter H. Mallory Oxford University Press (2) Hamilton J. Smith Ellen F. Shippen (2) Princeton University Press (2) World Peace Foundation Ethel Warner to Academy of Political Science members, (2) John Day Publishing Co. (2) Harvard University Press University of Chicago Press Curtis Brown ◙ Correspondence 1939 E. P. Dutton & Co. (2) D. Angus Cameron (3)  Roberta Yerkes Viking Press Houghton Mifflin Co. E. P Dutton & Co. form letter to publishers [draft]
B-5-1B:6 Rating the Several Sovereign Nations  
Principles of Nation-Rating
B-5-1B:7 The Principles of Nation Rating Work  
Chapter IV. The Allotment of Representatives in the World Parliament [draft] ◙ Chapter V.  Data for the Computation of Representative Rating for Each of the Several Countries [draft] ◙ Chapter VI. The Principles of Nation Rating [draft]
B-5-1B:8 World Government 
Our Faith in the Federal Idea and World Government [draft] ◙ Correspondence 1918 ▪ Charles Evers (7) South American Publishing Co. Rand, McNally & Co. ◙ Correspondence 1919   Wing B. Allen (6) Harris-Ewing Company Harris-Ewing Photographic News Service
B-5-1B:9 World Government - Background Clippings, Etc.  
Clippings
B-5-1B:10 World Government - Typewritten Copy  
World Government, the Structure and Functioning of a Feasible Civil Government of the Earth [manuscript]
B-5-1B:11 World Government Notes  
The Fundamental Instrument of the Common Government of the World, Article I. Declaration of Human Liberty and Social Order [draft] ◙ Items for Preamble [draft] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings
B-5-1B:12 World Government Work - Formula for Allotment of Senators 
Formula for the Allotment of World Senators ◙ Summary of Allotment of World Senators by Continents ◙ Handwritten notes
B-5-1B:13 World Peace Materials 
American University Graduate School, Courses in International Law, 1927-1928 ◙ Representative Opinions of America’s Interest in World Peace by Irving Fisher [publisher's promotional brochure] ◙ Extract from a Speech Made by Mr. Charles Evans Hughes, Former Secretary of State, Before the American Society of International Law, April 28, 1927 ◙ International Economic Conference, Geneva, May, 1927, Catalog of Documents ◙ The United States and the World Court, the Present Status of the Question, November 20, 1926 ◙ Frank, Glenn. “Mr. Bok and World Peace” Century Magazine, n.d. ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1926-27 ▪ Irving Fisher Esther Everett Lape (2) American Society for Cultural Relations with Russia
   
B-5-2B:1

A  Proposed Fundamental Structure for the Common Government of the World 
A Proposed Fundamental Structure for the Common Government of the World [draft]

B-5-2B:2 Continental Free Trade Regions and the World Government 
Continental Free Trade Regions and the World Government ◙ Maps to Accompany Article Entitled “Continental Free Trade Regions and the World Government” ◙ National Customs Receipts and the Cost of National Armaments [chart]
B-5-2B:3 Federal World Democracy - Chapter 7 
Chapter VII. Federal World Democracy [draft]
B-5-2B:4 Fundamental Instrument - Maps, Charts, Tables  
Map, Charts and Tables [bound together]; Contents: Map: The Six Continents; Tables to Accompany Chapter VI on the Principles of Nation-rating; Charts and Tables to Accompany Chapter V, giving data essential for the computation of Representatives in the World Parliament, Substitute Values, Computation by Countries within Each Continent
B-5-2B:5 Fundamental Instrument Materials 
The World on the Parabolic Equal-Area projection [map] ◙ Europe [chart] ◙ Summary: World [chart] ◙ Africa [chart] ◙ The Six Natural Primary Territorial Subdivision of the World [map] ◙ South American [chart] ◙ Australasia [chart]
B-5-2B:6 Fundamental Instrument of Common Government of the World – Publishing 
Academy of Political Science Annual Meeting, November 10, 1937 [program] ◙ Correspondence 1932 ▪ Madison Grant (3) R. V. Coleman Maxwell Perkins ◙ Correspondence 1937 William O. Scroggs(3) Ethel Warner to Academy of Political Science members
B-5-2B:7 The Fundamental Instrument of the Common Government of the World 
Chapter II. The Proposed World Constitution [draft] ◙ Fundamental Instrument of the Common Government of the World [draft]
B-5-2B:8 World Constitution - Draft - Chapter 2 
Chapter II. Text: The Proposed World Constitution [draft]
B-5-2B:9

World Government - Chapter 2 - Text

Chapter II. Text, The Fundamental Instrument of the Common Government of the World [draft]

B-5-2B:10 World Government, Notes On  
World Peaceways, Inc. Script #276, Week of August 20, 1939 ◙ Summer Tasks of the Federal Council [of Churches] ◙ Immigration, Naturalization, Citizenship, Aliens, Races, price list, GPO, 1939 ◙ Maps price list, GPO, 1939 ◙ Abdication of Democracy [re: Senate Bill X. 1650] [broadside] by the American Coalition ◙ The National Committee to Keep America Out of Foreign Wars, Remarks of Hon. Hamilton Fish…April 11, 1939, Outline of a Organization ◙ Keep America Out of Foreign Wars, Radio Address of Hon. Hamilton Fish, April 21, 1939 ◙ National Keep America Out of Foreign Wars Week, Extension of Remarks of Hon. Hamilton Fish, May 8, 1931 ◙ Handwritten notes
B-5-2B:11 World Population Report – Worksheets
World [chart] ◙ Europe [chart] ◙ Africa [chart] ◙ Asia [chart] ◙ Australasia [chart] ◙ North America [chart] ◙ South America [chart] 
   
B-5-3B:1 America and the Common Government of the World  
America and the Common Government of the World, a Draft of a World Constitution in Accordance with Unhampered American ideals [draft] ◙ The Common Government of the World [draft] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings
B-5-3B:2 An Examination into Practical World Government  
An Examination into the Historical, Biological, Geographical, Social, Economic and Political Aspects of Practical World Government [draft]
B-5-3B:3 Common Government - Draft   
The Common Government of the World, a Draft of a World Constitution in Accordance with Proven Federal Practice and Unhampered Democratic Ideals [draft]
B-5-3B:4 Common Government of World – Draft 
The Common Government of the World, A Draft of a Political Constitution for Regulating the Major Aspects of International Contact, Drawn in Accordance with Proven Federal and Democratic Practices, Logically Applicable to the World as a Civil Unit [draft]
B-5-3B:5 Fundamental Instrument for the Common Government...  
Draft of a Fundamental Instrument for the Common Government of the World [1932] [draft]
B-5-3B:6 Fundamental Instrument of the Common Government...- Chapter 3 
Chapter III. The Six Continents [draft]
B-5-3B:7 Maps of World Government   
United States of North America [map] ◙ United States of Asia [map] ◙ United States of Europe [map] ◙ United States of South American [map] ◙ United States of Australasia [map] ◙ United States of Africa [map]
B-5-3B:8 World Constitution  
Constitution of the United National of the World [ draft] [11 pages] ◙ Constitution of the United National of the World [draft] [10 pages] ◙ “Constitution of the United National of the World” [includes Preamble] [draft] [19 pages] ◙ Constitution of the United Nations of the World [draft] [17 pages] ◙ “We the people of the Earth, do hereby proclaim our fundamental government… [draft] [21 pages] ◙ The Common Government of the World, a Draft of a World Constitution in Accordance with Proven Federal Practice and Unhampered Democratic Ideals [draft] [31 pages] ◙ Article III. Inter-Community Justice and Peace ◙ Clipping
B-5-3B:9 World Government - Chapter 1 
World Government, International Government [draft]
B-5-3B:10 World Parliament Representation 
Rating the Several Sovereign National on a Basis Equitable for the Allotment of Representatives to a World Parliament, revised from a paper which first appeared in Scientific Monthly (December 1916) ◙ Principles and Materials For Working Out the Allotment of Representatives to a World Parliament on an Equitable, Statistical and Impersonal Basis [draft] ◙ Materials and Calculations for a Proposed Constitutional Rating…[table]
   
B-5-4B:1 1913, 1926, 1927, 1936 American Year Book  
Race Conditions in the United States [1926] [draft] ◙ Race Conditions in the United State [1927] [draft] ◙ Race Conditions in the United States [1938] [draft] ◙ The Racial Melting Pot in Hawaii, Joseph Barber, Jr. Managing Editor of the Atlantic Monthly in the October, 1938 issue…[draft] ◙ Anti-Semitism, Dr. Alvin Johnson, Chairman of the University in Exile, in the Atlantic Monthly for December, 1938…[draft]◙ Supreme Court Ruling on the Higher Education of Negroes [draft] ◙ Catalog of Publications, Eugenics Record Office, n.d.
B-5-4B:2 1935 Year Book    
Race Conditions in the United States [1935] [draft] ◙ Correspondence with William M. Schuyler, American Year Book Associate Editor (7) 
B-5-4B:3 1939 Yearbook 
Race Conditions in the United States [1930] [draft] ◙ Race Conditions in the United States: 1939 [incomplete written at top] [draft] ◙ Correspondence: William M. Schuyler, American Year Book editor, to contributors (3) 
B-5-4B:4 American Year Book Correspondence 1926-1939       
American Year Book [1928-1933 topics] ◙ 08/12/33 Urban league Fights Evasion of NRA, Spaulding to Head Nation-Wide Organization for Negro Workers ◙ Immigrant aliens admitted to and emigrant aliens departed…June 30-1932-1933 [table] ◙ Increase or decrease in population by admission and departure…June 30, 1933 [table] ◙ Inward and outward passenger movement…June 30, 1933 [table] ◙ Aliens admitted to the United States…June 30, 1933, under the Immigration Act of 1924…[table] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence,   William M. Schuyler, American Year Book ▪ with Harry Laughlin 1926-1939 (64) to Dear Sir,1927 to contributors,1929-1938 (5) Correspondence 1930 Harry E. Hull Raymond F. Crist William M. Steuart Julia Irene Goodrich (2)  ◙ Correspondence 1933  Louis I. Dublin Leon E. Truesdell (2) William A. Smith D. W. MacCormack Ellsworth Huntington (2) Vincent S. Brown ◙ Correspondence 1934 Eugene Jones ◙ Correspondence 1938 Truesdell 
B-5-4B:5 American Year Book, 1926    
Selective Immigration [outline] ◙ Race Conditions in the United States [draft] ◙ We cannot yet speak of the American race… [draft]
B-5-4B:6 Constitution of United Nations of the World 
Constitution of the United Nations of the World , drafts ▪11 pages ▪ 17 pages ▪ handwritten on tablet paper ▪ Handwritten notes
B-5-4B:7 Du Pont Family Pedigree     

Du Pont family history ◙ Du Pont family [chart] ◙ “ Du Pont, The Family,” Fortune 10:5 (November 1934)

B-5-4B:8 Family Histories and Charts    
Bell-Moore, Huntington’s Chorea, Hancock Co., Ind. And Indianapolis [genealogy chart] ◙ Bell-Moore, a Case of Huntington’s Chorea ◙ Anthropometric Summary, E. R. O. No 443 [blank form, includes instructions] ◙ Anthropometric Summary, E. R. O. No 471 [blank form] ◙ Diffendarfer-Smith,…Whitley Co., Indiana [genealogy chart] ◙ Diffendarfer-Smith ◙ Griffith-Pike-Littrell Family ◙ Littrell-Pike-Griffith [genealogy chart] ◙ Costello-Buckles, Huntington’s Chorea, Wells Co., Indiana [genealogy chart] ◙ Costello-Buckles, Huntington’s Chorea ◙ Smith-A Family of Dwarfs ◙ Smith Dwarfs [photograph] ◙ Smith-A Family of Dwarfs [genealogy chart] ◙ Martin Hagan Chart A [genealogy chart] ◙ Gebhart-Vansickle, Chart B [genealogy chart] ◙ Gebhart, Chart C [genealogy chart] ◙ “A Study in the Malformation of Hands and Feet” by Corinne S. Eddy and A. H. Estabrook ◙ Catalogue of Anthropometric Apparatus, Narragansett Machine Company ◙ Clipping: “A Fund for Breeding Better Human Beings” Sunday Magazine, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 19, 1928, p. 6 ◙ Correspondence 1923 ▪ Educational Exhibition Co.(2) Narragansett Machine Co.
B-5-4B:9 Persons Interested in World Government 
Persons Interested in World Government [notebook with names and addresses]
B-5-4B:10 Race Conditions in the U.  S. - 1937 Year Book 
Exhibit brochure on the Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut:  1937 ◙ “Definite Eugenical Use for the Census,” Eugenics 2:3 (March 1929) ◙ Code for the Abbreviation of Data-entries on Data Sheets ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clipping, “Anti-Lynch Bill Splits Leaders ◙ Correspondence with William M. Schuyler, American Year Book, 1938 (3) 
B-5-4B:11 The Common Government of the World--Outline and Letters—1921 
Part Two: A Draft of a World Constitution [outline] ◙ The Common Government of the World [draft] ◙ “The Peasant’s Primer” [poem, signed by L.] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clipping, “International Chamber of Commerce” ◙ Correspondence 1921 ▪ H. G. Wells Raymond B. Fosdick William H. Wadhams

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