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C-2-1:1

2nd Annual Immigration Conference-1928-Havana

II Conference Internationale de l’Emigration et de L’Immigration, La Havane, Mars-April 1928, Questions Inscrites a L’Ordre Du Jour, Exposes des Notifs et Projets de Resolutions ◙ Comite Pour La Conference Internationale de l’Emigration et de l’Immigration, Ordre du Jour ◙ Second International Emigration and Immigration Conference, (Havana March 31, 1928), Agenda ◙ II Conference Internationale de l’Emigration et de l’Immigration, Rapport 

C-2-1:2

5th International Genetics Conference; World Population Conference, London

Report of the Committee on Official List of Members of the International Commission of Eugenics, 1923 Minutes of the Meetings of the International Commission of Eugenics, 1923 Rules for the International Commission of Eugenics, 1923 “International Eugenics Number,” Eugenical News 9:2(February 1924) International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Rules and Constitution, 1925 (includes membership) International Federation of Eugenic Organisations. Paris, July 2nd and 3rd, 1926, Agenda International Federation of Eugenic Organisations. Programme Supplementaire Project de dispositions relatives aux reunions des 2 et 3 juillet 1926 Report of the Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenics Organisations, 1926 Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenic Organisations [1926] ◙ Fifth International Genetics Congress, Berlin, September 11th-18th, 1927 (program) Program, The National Conference of Social Work, May 11-18, 1927 World Population Conference preliminary announcement of meeting World Population Conference, August 31, September 1-3, 1927 (program) Institute of Politics, Seventh Session, 28 July-25 August, 1927 (announcement) International Federation of Eugenic Federations, Corrected Programme…Amsterdam, 1927 Individual Representatives who, in addition to the officers, compose the commission, 1923 Meeting of the International Federation in Amsterdam, addition agenda History of the International Organisation of Eugenics Memorandum. Genetical History Special date for a International article for Eugenical News (blank forms) International Eugenics Commission, Questionnaire on National Eugenical Activities (blank form) ◙  International Commission of Eugenics notice of meeting 2/20/1924 ◙  Memorandum from Dr. Davenport n.d. ◙ Correspondence 1923 A. Forel (2) Krohne  Koltzoff Frets (2) Schladinhaufen Govaerts ◙ Correspondence 1926 Hodson (3, 1 incomplete)  Govaerts L. March (2) Darwin Asst. Secretary (2) Berlin Committee for 5th International Conference on Genetics announcement ◙ Correspondence 1927 World Population Conference Programme Committee (2) Invitation to luncheon, Netherlands Central Committee of the Cooperating Organisations for the Study of Heredity in Man, Sept. 21 n.d.

C-2-1:3 Cell Division Exhibit          
Mitotic stage figures [drawings] ◙ Memorandum on Approximate Cost of Projected Exhibit ◙ “I’ve Got the Drop on You” the Filmo Gets your slightest move [Bell & Howell Co. advertising brochure] ◙ Correspondence ▪ National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council [invitation to reception, opening new building] n.d. National Academy of Sciences, Joint Committee on Exhibits and Laughlin,1924 (2) Abe Cohen’s Exchange,1925 (2) Wisconsin Electric,1925 Pathe Exchange, Inc., 1926 
C-2-1:4 Conference on Immigration Policy - Johnson Letter 
Letter to Albert Johnson, Chairman, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, 1927
C-2-1:5 Eddy-Clinic of Human Heredity-1939; Bureau of Human Heredity 
Eddy-Merriam [“Private” written in upper corner] ◙ Eddy-Streeter {“Private” written in upper corner] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ Cora Hodson, transmitting Bureau of Human Heredity, Information Service for Research Workers. Bulletin 2 Hodson (4) James G. Eddy (5) Vannevar Bush (3) W. E. Castle & E. B. Babcock L. E. Peckham [telegrams] (3) Bush 
C-2-1:6 Eugenics Publications Societies 
Eugenics Seeks to Improve the Natural, Physical, Mental and Temperamental Qualities of the Human Family [brochure] ◙ Ersatzseite 40 zu: Martin, R., 1924, Richtlinien fur Korpermessungen und deren statistische… ◙ A Short List of Books and Journals and a Short Directory of Societies and Institutions of Value to Students of Eugenics and Heredity ◙ Eugenics Record Office [brochure draft] ◙ Conference of the International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Farnham, Dorset, September 11th to 15th 1930 [partial summary of meeting] ◙ 1930 Meeting of International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Programme and Time Table ◙ The International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, September 10th to 15th, 1930 [announcement of meeting] ◙ Resolutions to be Presented by the American Delegates at the Farnham Meeting, 1930 ◙ Annales d’Eugenique,  4:2 (September 1924) ◙ Federation Internationale d’Eugenique, Comite’ D’Etude des Effets Eugeniques ou Disgeniques de la Guerre, 1 er Rapport General, Septembre 1930, Rome ◙ Correspondence: Cora Hodson,1930 (2) S. & G. Manufacturing Company,1932 (4) Philip S. Graham,1932 (2)
C-2-1:7 Exhibits                       
Carnegie Institution of Washington, Exhibition at Department of Genetics, Cold Spring Harbor…1929 ◙ Remarks of Honorable Elihu Root, Chairman, at the Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Carnegie Institution of Washington…May 25, 1934 ◙ Seventh Annual Graduate Fortnight of New York Academy of Medicine, October 22 to November 2, 1934, Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Complete Program ◙ Exhibits, Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics, Vol. 1, pp. 68-73, 1932 ◙ Program for Demonstrators, December 1934 [Carnegie Institute of Washington] ◙ Program for Demonstrators, December 1935 [Carnegie Institute of Washington ◙ Report of Committee on Exhibits, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1934 ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, News Service Bulletin 3:17 (September 9, 1934) “Renewing the Days of Forty-Nine, Notes on Institution Affairs, Excerpts from the Report of the 1933 Exhibition Committee” ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, News Service Bulletin 4:18 (December 5, 1937), “Meteorites and the Spectroscope, Notes on Institution Affairs, Report of 1936 Exhibition Committee” ◙ Annual Science Exhibition, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Associated Societies…1937 [exhibit announcement] ◙ Preview of the Annual Science Exhibition ◙ Clipping ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Invitations: Carnegie Institution of Washington annual exhibition, December 13, 1935; Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell Merriam, December 12; Carnegie Institution of Washington Lecture Series, November 19, 1934 E. C. Mac Dowell, November 20, 1934, Leo F. Stock, November 26, 1934 George W. Morey, November 27, 1934 F. E. Wright, December 3, 1934 Forrest Shreve, December 4, 1934 James R. Angell, December 10, 1934 George Sarton; December 11, 1934 H. A. Spoehr, December 18, 1934 F. E. Wright ◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪ W. M. Gilbert (2)  Charles B. Davenport Annual Science Exhibition E. B. Biesecker Exhibit of the Department of Genetics at the Washington Meeting, December 1934 Calvin Blackman Bridges C. W. Metz Correspondence 1934-35 ▪ G. W. Morey (15) ▪ A. F. Blakeslee (2) ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ Paul Popenoe (2) H. J. Ralston Roosevelt Hotel  ◙ Correspondence 1936 F. C. Brown
C-2-1:8 Madison Grant: Book-Proposed Honorary Degree-Obituary 
Race Descent of the Population of the United States [chart] ◙ Outline of Proposed Researchers on Race Integrity, Standards and Traits in Southern and Eastern United States ◙ Prisoners in State and Federal Prisons and Reformatories: 1934 ◙ The Conquest of a Continent [advertisement] ◙ 10/12/32, Notes on Racial Composition of the American People 1790 ◙ List of Madison Grant’s lesser writings ◙ Notes of the Life, Scientific Researches, Scholarly Writings and Public Service of Madison Grant, Yale, 1887 ◙ An Appreciation of Madison Grant, the Eugenist ◙ Notes on Madison Grant ◙ Clippings, including obituary ◙ Correspondence with Madison Grant 1932-1937 (40) ◙ Correspondence 1933 Key Pittman R. V. Coleman (4) Arthur Capper Charles Scribner’s Sons re Conquest of a Continent (2) ◙ Correspondence 1934-35 A. F. Du Pont Elihu Root Josephine Burrill ◙ Correspondence 1936-37 James Rowland Angell (3) President, Yale University (2) DeForest Grant [telegrams] (3) ◙ Laughlin to Yale Committee on Honorary Degrees re Doctor of Laws for Grant, 1937, some* with responses ▪ Charles E. Clark ▪ Edward B. Greene* ▪ Edgar S. Furniss ▪ George H. Nettleton* ▪ Morgan B. Brainard* ▪ Milton C. Winternitz* ▪Charles C. Glover, Jr*. ▪ Charles Seymour ▪ Carl A. Lohmann* ▪ Carroll C. Hincks ▪ Walter J. Wohlenberg* ▪ Thomas W. Swan* ▪ James R. Sheffield* ▪ Fred T. Murphy*
C-2-1:9 Pioneer Foundation - Air Corps Families 
Family Report Form [husband and wife separate forms, instructions included] ◙ Report of the Family Study of the Officers in the Army Air Corps for the Pioneer Fund ◙ Supplementary Tables and Comparisons [“Confidential, Pioneer Fund, Nov. 15, 1938” written at top] ◙ Notes on One Piece of Work by the Pioneer Foundation ◙ To the Personnel of the Army Air Corps and their wives [cover letter for family report form] ◙ Columbia Statistical Bureau…Personality Inventory [blank] ◙ Code Sheet for Army Air Corps Personnel Study: March-June 1938 ◙ Score Sheet for the Study of Values [blank] ◙ Personality Inventory by Robert G. Bernreuter ◙ A Study of Values [blank] ◙ Vocational Interest Blank for Women by Edward K. Strong, Jr. [blank] ◙ Vocational Interest Blank by Edward K. Strong, Jr. [blank]
C-2-1:10 Pioneer Fund, Inc.  Minutes of Meetings 
Agenda, For Organization Meeting of Incorporators, First Annual Meeting of Members, and First Annual Meeting of Directors, of the Pioneer Fund, Inc. ◙ Pioneer Fund By-Laws ◙ Minutes of Annual Meeting of Board of Directors, March 22, 1937 ◙ Minutes of a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors, July 6, 1937 ◙ Minutes of a Meeting of the Board of Directors, October 28, 1937 ◙ Pioneer Fund Progress Report, October 28, 1937 ◙ Minutes of Meeting of the Board of Directors, April 28, 1938 ◙ Pioneer Fund, Progress Report on Aviators’ Study-April 1938 ◙ Minutes of Meeting of the Board of Directors, December 15, 1938 ◙ Certificate of Incorporation of the Pioneer Fund, Pursuant to the Membership Corporations Law ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence with Actuarial Society of America,1932 ◙ Correspondence 1937 American Institute of Actuaries (2) Vincent Smalley Frederick Osborn,1937-38 (17)   W. P. Draper Donald John C. Flanagan
C-2-1:11 Social Science Research Council 
Constitution of the National Institute of Social Sciences ◙ Academy of Political Science in the City of New York membership information ◙ Eugenics, a Journal of Race Betterment subscription brochure ◙ Social Science Research Council Advisory Committee on Population research project request ◙ Harry Hamilton Laughlin – Publications 1922-23 ◙ Correspondence ▪ National Institute of Social Sciences 1918-1923 (2) ◙ Correspondence 1923 Academy of Political Science in the City of New York   American Academy of Political and Social Science  ◙ Correspondence 1928-29 Social Science Research Council (2) Robert M. Woodbury National Academy of Sciences National Research Council American Philosophical Society
   
C-2-2:1 3rd Eugenics Conference Exhibit, 1932 
Population Schedule for the Census of 1920 by Harry H. Laughlin, Journal of Heredity, 10:5 (May 1919) ◙ The Relation of Eugenics to Other Sciences by Harry H. Laughlin, Eugenics Review, (July 1919) ◙ List of Suggest Exhibits ◙ For Compilation at the Exhibit of the Eugenics Congress [blank form] ◙ List of Specific Exhibits for Sponsoring ◙ Individual Exhibit Projects ◙ Memorandum for Exhibit ◙ Business for Exhibits Committee Meeting ◙ Handwritten notes
C-2-2:2 Advisory Committee to Division of Research, Carnegie Institute, 1935  
Memoranda on Origin of the Eugenical News and the Relation of the Eugenics Record Office and the Eugenics Research Association in its Publication ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Proposed Accommodation Schedule [Advisory Committee visit] ◙ Report of the Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office ◙ DR. L. C. Dunn, Professor of Genetics, Columbia University, New York, a member of the Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office.  Copy Received by H. H. Laughlin, August 1, 1935 ◙ Correspondence with A. V. Kidder,1934-1935 (17) ◙ Correspondence1935 George L. Streeter Adolph H. Schultz 
C-2-2:3 American Association for Advancement of Science 
Membership cards, certificates, etc: American Association for the Advancement of Science membership card, 1908-09; American Association for the Advancement of Science membership certificate, 1909; American Association for the Advancement of Science membership cards 1918, 1938 ◙ American Association for the Advancement of Science [brochure] ◙ Walker Prizes in Natural History [information sheet] ◙ American Association for the Advancement of Science, Preliminary Announcement of the Seventieth Meeting…December 28, 1917 to January 2, 1918 ◙ American Association for the Advancement of Science, Preliminary Announcement of the Seventy-First Meeting…December 23 to 28, 1918 ◙ Preliminary Announcement of the Thirty-sixth Annual Meeting, The American Society of Naturalists, December 28, 1918 ◙ American Association for the Advancement of Science Membership Roll of the Secretaries’ Conference, October 19, 1937 ◙ Personnel of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, July 1, 1937 ◙ National Research Council, Annual Report of the Chairman of the Division of Biology and agriculture for 1936-37, R. E. Coker ◙ American Association for the Advancement of Science…reflections on the Association…November 17, 1937 ◙ Correspondence 1917 ▪ L. O. Howard, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2) ◙ Correspondence 1937 F. R. Moulton, American Association for the Advancement of Science (3)   A. F. Blakeslee E. R. Comer, Pennsylvania Railroad Mark H. Ingraham, Secretary, Secretaries’ Conference, American Association for the Advancement of Science ▪ George Baitsell  ◙ Correspondence 1937-38 ▪ Moulton to Members of the Council 1937-1938 (3)  Blakeslee (2) New York Central System, n.d.  Ernest Carroll Faust R. E. Coker to Committees of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council
C-2-2:4 Chicago World's Fair Exhibit and Correspondence, 1933, 1934  
The Social Work Exhibit, Hall of Social Science, A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933 [ exhibit catalog] ◙ Exhibit railway express receipt ◙ Invitation, illumination of exposition ◙ Clipping ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪ Eiffel & Esser Marvin H. McIntyre [day letter]  Cleveland Humane Society Jimmy Shryock [?] M. M. Strass, Associated Merchandising Corporation (4) Madge Thurlow Mecklin [incomplete] Mrs. J. C. Rathborne (4) President [Roosevelt] Louis M. Howe, Secretary to the President C. W. Fitch, Director of Exhibits   Associated Merchandising Corporation ▪ Samuel Callaway, Secretary to Dr. Merriam (2) ▪ Gilbert, Administrative Secretary, Carnegie Institute ◙ Correspondence 1933-34 Jay F. W. Pearson (2) Chauncey J. Hamlin, Buffalo Museum of Science (3)  ◙ Correspondence 1934 Namm Store (3) C. H. Menger (2) Margaret Wright (2) Robert McKnight  Buffalo Museum of Science
C-2-2:5 Committee on Human Heredity, 1929, 1930, 1931  
Personnel of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, July 1, 1930 ◙ Committee on Human Heredity [committee scope and proposed researches] ◙ Committee resolutions  ◙ Correspondence with Charles B. Davenport, 1929-31 (9) ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ Edith Conger (2) ◙ Correspondence 1930 William Gregory C. E. Allen (3) E. B. Babcock (2) Mildred Richards Conger   L. C. Dunn W. E. Castle (2) ◙ Correspondence 1931 Daniel E. Friedlander (2) H. R. Hunt (2) W. C. Curtis
C-2-2:6 Correspondence-Frederick Osborn, H. S. Jennings, R. E. Coker, John Trevor, Edgar Doll, Irving Fisher, Robert Nabours 
Photograph of donkey by Robert K. Nabours, 1914 ◙ Photograph of horses by Robert K. Nabours, 1916 ◙ Book review, “Professor Irving Fisher’s Defense of Stable Money” ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪ H. S. Jennings,1924   Robert K. Nabours,1930 Irving Fisher,1933-34 (7) John B. Trevor,1935 (3) E. A. Doll,1936 (2) Pennsylvania Railroad,1936   Frederick Osborn,1936 (10) R. E. Coker,1939
C-2-2:7 Count Korzybski Correspondence 
Korzybski, Alfred, “Modern Science and Non0Aristotelian Logic” The Monist (July 1936) ◙ Clipping ◙ The Science of Man by Alfred Korzybski ◙ Correspondence with Alfred Korzybski,1936-38 (4) ◙ Correspondence 1936 Harvey Willard Culp Paul Dillingham ◙ Correspondence 1937 ▪ J. Matas David Thorne S. P. Reps  [postcard] Edward Rowland Wendell Johnson H. M. Hildreth  ◙ Correspondence 1938 ▪ R. H. Baugh Lloyd Morain ◙ Correspondence 1939 M. Kendig
C-2-2:8 Elizabeth Howe – Correspondence 
Messenger, Harry K., “The Howe Laboratory of Ophthalmology” Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 2:2 (January 1937) ◙ Correspondence▪  Frederick Verhoef,1935   Elizabeth Howe,1935-37 (6)
C-2-2:9 Eugenics Record Office Policy, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937  
Report of H. H. Laughlin, Assistant Director, on scientific studies carried on during…1921 ◙ Visitors, Guest Investigators, and Volunteer Collaborators Actively Associated with the Eugenics Record Office during the Current Year [July 1, 1933-July 1, 1934] ◙ Division of Animal Biology Conference, October 29, 1936 [program] ◙ Department of Genetics [reprint from Carnegie Institution of Washington pamphlet issued July, 1935] ◙ Dr. Laughlin’s Publications [1926-1932] ◙ Bibliography [1920-21] ◙ Annual Report Mailing List, n.d. ◙ Publications mailing lists, 1936 ◙ Proposed Mailing List Annual Reports of the Dept. of Genetics, January 25, 1936 ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence with A. F. Blakeslee,1932-37 (21) ◙ Correspondence 1934 Edwin Hopkins (2) Mabel L. Earle J. D. McGlohon Publication Project Bund Balance 11/9/1934 ◙ Correspondence 1936 McGlohon, 1936-37 (4) Roland Silverberg Ruth E. Van Olindan  National Academy of Science Frank F. Bunker
C-2-2:10 Family Records Committee 
Huntington Family, Form V Individual Record Sheet [blank form]  The Hunting Family Form IV Family Record Blank [blank form] ◙ Correspondence, Ellsworth Huntington to members of the Committee on Family Records,1929
C-2-2:11 Financing 3rd Eugenics Conference; Attendance; Correspondence Concerning the Eugenics Exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History, 1932 
Academy of Science Nomination, Formal nomination to be acted on by November 13, 1932… ◙ Correspondence 1932 ▪ A. G. Milbank Office of W. K. Vanderbilt Eugene A. Noble, Julliard Musical Foundation (3) James D. Twiname, Altman Foundation (2) David Stevens, General Education Board (4) Samuel H. Kress Foundation Hershey Trust Company John M. Russell, Carnegie Corporation (2) Raymond E. Murray Vincent Astor (2) Algernon Daingerfield, Jockey Club (3)   Walter Jennings Allan Winter Rowe Frederick Osborn (2) Frank Bunker (2) George H. Sherwood John C. Merriam (3) J. L. Wirt New York Life Insurance Company L. P. Eisenhart F. P. Keppel Henry Allen Moe Wyman R. Green Arthur Hunter (3) W. MacNeal 1932 (2) Robert L. Gerry W. Woodward   Irving Fisher ◙ Correspondence 1933 Robert Garrett 
C-2-2:12 Galton Society   
Eugenics exhibits mark the growing development of eugenics… [draft of a paragraph account of exhibit at Chicago Exposition] ◙ Correspondence 1931 ▪ William Gregory (4) Madison Grant 
C-2-2:13 Ideal Public School System     
Ideal Public School System  [typescript]
C-2-2:14 International Federation of Eugenics Organizations 
Eugenics in Germany by Harry H. Laughlin, Eugenics Review, January 1921 ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Honorary Secretary's Report Till End of March 1939 [includes farewell letter to membership from Cora Hodson ◙ Standard Methods in Research Surveys by Charles B. Davenport
C-2-2:15 Madison Grant; Population Control; Galton Society Program; William Gregory 
Correspondence 1936 ▪ William Gregory and Harry Laughlin (2) [includes Out line for Proposed Roundtable on Population Problems] Madison Grant (5) John C. Merriam
C-2-2:16 Mears-Harvard-Eugenics Course  
Last will and testament of J. Ewing Mears [photostat] ◙ In the Orphans’ Court of Philadelphia County…[petition for funds from Mears estate] ◙ In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District [opinion in Mears estate case] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1927-28 ▪ Estate of Dr. J. Ewing Mears Henry P. Brown (5) Pennsylvania Attorney General Judge Thompson   Harry Olson Philip S. Moyer (2) Leon F. Whitney Arthur H. Estabrook (2) ◙ Correspondence 1930-31 Clerk of the Supreme Court Ross V. Patterson (2)
C-2-2:17 National Research Council   
Personnel of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, Natural Research Council. July 1, 1934 ◙ National Research Council Annual Report of the Chairman of the Division of Biology and Agriculture for 1933-34 ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ Paul Brockett   Leslie S. Baker Albert L. Barrows
C-2-2:18 Resignation from Research in Human Heredity, Need for Clinic in Human Heredity 
02/08/30 Committee on Human Heredity, minutes of first meeting ◙ 03/14/[30] Committee on Human Heredity, minutes of second meeting ◙ 11/07/30 Committee on Human Heredity, minutes of third meeting ◙ 05/02/31 Committee on Human Heredity, minutes of fourth meeting ◙ Association for Research in Human Heredity, Inc. Treasurer’s Report, October 20, 1939 ◙ Resolution in Reference to the Need of a Clinic in Human Heredity ◙ Study in Man ◙ World Population, Nature, November 14, 1936, pp. 817-818 ◙ Genetics and Race, Nature, December 12, 1936, pp. 988-989 ◙ “Racial Theory and Genetic Ideas,” by H. J. Fleure, Nature, December 19, 1936 pp. 1042-1043 ◙ General discussion starting with the Fundamental Genetic Truth or Golden Rule… ◙ Reference Memo ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1929-31 ▪ C. G. Campbell Charles B. Davenport ◙ Correspondence 1939   Waldemar Kaempffert, Science Editor, New York Times (2) Frederick Osborn (3) Kathleen Harris
C-2-2:19 Vocational Education  
Vocational Education  [handwritten manuscript], 1905
C-2-2:20 Worlds Fair - Stillbirths    
“The Sex Ration Among Human Stillbirths” Science, July 10, 1931, p. 53 ◙ Correspondence 1931▪ Charles B. Davenport (2)
   
C-2-3:1 1934 Report                    
Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year Ending, July 1, 1934 ◙ Report of Harry H. Laughlin in Charge of the Eugenics Record Office, Outline of Scientific Studies for the Year July 1, 1934 to June 30, 1935 ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office, Memoranda and Historical Notes Prepared for the Advisory Committee ◙ Correspondence: Albert F. Blakeslee to Staff Members
C-2-3:2 Classifying Eugenics            
Educational Directory, 1939 ◙ List of available directories published by the Office of Education ◙ “Eugenics in Germany” motion picture showing how Germany is presenting and attacking her problems in applied eugenics, by Harry H. Laughlin ◙ Opportunity for Possible Service in Eugenics ◙ Files in the Archives of the Eugenics Record Office, June 15, 1935 ◙ Accessions to Archives, July 1, 1935-June 30, 1936 ◙ Report of the Archivist of the Eugenics Record Office for the Year September 1, 1936 to September 1, 1937 ◙ Correspondence:  ▪ F. L. Barrows,1930 (3) Office of Education,1938 (2) Malcolm Donald, 1938
C-2-3:3 Committee-Carnegie Institution, Eugenics Expansion, 1929 
Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Ten Months  September 1, 19230 June 30, 1924 ◙ History of the Eugenics Record Office [1929] ◙ Memorandum for Dr. Merriam re Meeting of Advisory Committee on Eugenics Record office [1929] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪ Alexander Graham Bell 1912 Charles B Davenport, 1924-29 (2) John C. Merriam,1929 Julia Goodrich, 1929
C-2-3:4 Commonwealth Club of California, 1925               
Correspondence ▪ L. F. W. [Leon F. Whitney] Stuart R. Ward  (4) 
C-2-3:5 Darwin Family Pictures and Correspondence 
Darwin family photographs: Emma Darwin; Charles Darwin; Sir Horace Darwin; Sir George H. Darwin; Ruth Darwin; Ursula Darwin; William Darwin; unidentified group; some of the great grandchildren of Charles Darwin;   ◙ “Mr. Bernard Darwin at Home,” Homes and Gardens, June 1932 ◙ Clipping:  “Horace Darwin, Evolutionist’s son, Dies at 77 ◙ Memorandum on the Darwin-Wedgwood-Galton pedigree ◙ Correspondence ▪ H. Lundborg [postcard] 1912 Leonard Darwin,1931 (2)  C. M. Darwin,1932
C-2-3:6

Eugenics Office Established 

Eugenics is the Science of Improving the Inborn Physical, Mental, and Temperamental Qualities of the Human Race [draft] ◙ The Permanent Family Pedigree Archive [draft] ◙ Future Studies [draft]

C-2-3:7 Eugenics Office Work and Purpose, 1935                  
Report of the Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office, 1935  ◙ L. C. Dunn to John C. Merriam [report-letter as part of Advisory Committee’s report] 7/3/1935 ◙ Transfer of the Eugenics Record Office from Mrs. E. H. Harriman to the Carnegie Institution of Washington, January 1, 1918 [from Year Book 17 (1918) of the Carnegie Institution of Washington Report of the President, pp. 15-18] ◙ The Eugenics Record Office—Its History, Purpose and Methods, reprinted from the Transactions of the Fifteenth International Congress of Hygiene and Demography (1913?) ◙ Department of Genetics [reprinted May 1929, from 14th edition of illustrated pamphlet ◙ Department of Genetics [reprinted from Carnegie Institution of Washington pamphlet, May 1933] ◙ The Main Problems in Current Eugenical Research [draft] ◙ Future Program for Eugenical Research [draft] ◙ Business for Executive Committee, Eugenics Research Association ◙ Historical Notes [includes purpose of ERO, the research service of the ERO and list of specific studies under way] ◙ Historical Notes on the Functions of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ General Purpose, Past record and future possibilities of the Eugenics Record Office as a unit of the Carnegie Institution of Washington for research in eugenics ◙ While we are carrying on rather short-handed at the Record Office… ◙ Memorandum for archives work ◙ Notes for Future Study ◙ Program for Conference of Division of Animal Biology at Department of Genetics, Oct. 26, 1935  ◙ Handwritten notes
C-2-3:8 Eugenics Record Office Budget and Expenses 1927-1939 
Carnegie Institution of Washington, Financial Statement, at Close of Business, August 31, 1927 ◙ Department of Genetics, receipts and expenses, 1926-27 ◙ Budget, Eugenics Record Office, 1935 ◙ Memorandum on the Expenditures of the 1935 Special Maintenance, and the 1935 Stenographic Fund, of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Eugenics Record Office Proposed 1936 Budget ◙ Salary List E. R. O. 1936 (Note on funds entrusted to E. R. O. for expenditure) ◙ Salary List E. R. O. 1936 ◙ Statement of Pan American Population Acct. (including salaries for Sept. 11, ’36) ◙ 1936 Budget notes [handwritten] ◙ Proposed Budget for the Specific Work of the Eugenics Record Office for the Calendar Year 1937 ◙ 1937 budget notes [handwritten] ◙ Memo for Dr. Laughlin, Salary Fund Balances-April 15, 1938 ◙ 1938 budget notes [handwritten] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Mrs. Brindle to Harry Laughlin [telephone message] n.d. ◙ Correspondence 1927-28 J. L. Wirt (2)   Charles B. Davenport ◙ Correspondence 1934 A. F. Blakeslee ◙ Correspondence 1935-37 E. A. Varela, Bursar (4) G. L. S. [George L. Streeter] (3) Blakeslee (5)   John B. Trevor W. M. Gilbert E. B. Biesecker ▪ Gilbert (2) ◙ Memoranda 1936 ▪ To the Director   for Mr. McGlohon
C-2-3:9

Eugenics Record Office Description, 1935

Photograph of administration building of the E. R. O. ◙ photograph of director’s  house ◙ Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut: 1937 [pamphlet] ◙ Exhibit on the Human Resources of Connecticut ◙ Eugenics Seeks to Improve the Natural, Physical, Mental and Temperamental Qualities of the Human Family [pamphlet] ◙ Eugenical Classification of the Human Stock ◙ What Eugenics is All About ◙ Eugenics, Like a Tree, Eugenics Draws its Materials from Many Sources… [eugenics “tree”] ◙ Eugenics Record Office [informational brochure] ◙ Historical Notes on the Functions of the Eugenics Record Office…Name changed from Eugenics Record office to Genetics Record Office…July 1, 1939 ◙ Eugenics Record Office, Assistant Director in Charge: Harry H. Laughlin [n.d.] ◙ Correspondence 1935 Albert F. Blakeslee (3)

C-2-3:10 Genetic Department Requisitions, Budget 1933-1940 
Proposed Budget for the Work of the Eugenics Record Office for the Calendar Year 1938 ◙ Notes on the Proposed Budget for 1938 ◙ Eugenics Record Office [budget, handwritten at top, 1938] ◙ Statement of H. H. Laughlin in response to the Director’s request for data concerning next year’s budget of the Eugenics Record Office, Proposed Budget for the Eugenics Record Office for 1939 ◙ Requisitions for books and supplies 1934 and early 1935 ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪ Charles B. Davenport  ◙ Correspondence 1934 Robert L. Bacon (3) John C. Merriam [incomplete copy] ◙ Correspondence 1935 Merriam George L. Streeter (4) ◙ Correspondence 1937-39 Albert F. Blakeslee (6) E. A. Varela ▪ W. M. Gilbert (2) Proposed Budget for the Genetics Record Office for the Year 1940
C-2-3:11 Letters from Brothers, George, Nimrod, Earl & Bill Laughlin
Personal correspondence: George, 1925 Earl, 1929 Nimrod, n.d. Bill, n.d. (2), 1934 F. A. Henry and Dr. W. R. [Bill] Laughlin,1934 (2)
C-2-3:12 Plans for Separate Eugenics Office 
Eugenics Record Office [pamphlet, 1932] ◙ Long-Term Plan “As For a Cathedral or a University” for the Development of the Eugenics Record Office” ◙ Private Notes for Senator Walcott on the Eugenics Record Office ◙ A Proposed Plan for Greater Freedom and Service of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Eugenics Record Office Proposed 1936 Budget ◙ I. Statement by H. H. Laughlin in response to the Director’s request for administrative date for President Merriam’s information ◙ Four Points Desired in the Immediate Future Policy of the Carnegie Institution of Washington in the Development of the Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York ◙ Reasons for making the Eugenics Record Office an Administrative and Budgetary Unit in the Carnegie Institution of Washington ◙ Data for Entry in International Directory of Anthropologists ◙  Memorandum on Organization and Work of a Possible Institution of Eugenics ◙ Tentative Plan for Development of Laboratory for National Eugenics [blueprint map] ◙ Proposed addition to Eugenics Record Office [hand drawn] ◙ First Tentative Campus-Plan for Development of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪ John C. Merriam (2) W. M. Gilbert (4)
C-2-3:13 Report-1936-Statement to President 
Private Slate for President Merriam, as requested by Dr. A. F. Blakeslee, Director of the Department of Genetics, Submitted July 10, 1936 by H. H. Laughlin to Dr. Blakeslee ◙ Report of Scientific Work for the Year Ending June 30, 1936
C-2-3:14 Secretary's Book; Association for Research in Human Heredity (Eugenics Research Association) 1938 
Minutes, Eugenics Research Association ▪ Board of Directors, Tuesday, October 18, 1938 ◙ Meeting of the Association, December 1, 1938 ◙ Executive Committee, December 1, 1938 ◙ Minutes of the first meeting of the Executive Committee of the Association for Research in Human Heredity, March 29, 1939
C-2-3:15  Yearly Reports, 1922-1928      
1921, Confidential Report of the Assistant Director to the Director of the Eugenics Record Office in reference to the present status and plans for next year ◙ Corresponding Secretary – Eugenics Record Office [1921] ◙ 08/18/22 New Suggestions for the Budget of 1923, L. to Charles B. Davenport ◙ Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year Ending September 1, 1923 ◙ Annual Report of H. H. Laughlin for the Year Ending June 30, 1925 ◙ Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year Ending June 30, 1926 ◙ Report on “Outside Activities” During the Year Ending September 30, 1926 ◙ Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year Ending June 30, 1927 ◙ Report of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year Ending June 30, 1928 ◙ Memorandum on Budget for the Calendar Year of 1928 ◙ Correspondence with Davenport,1922-28 (8)
   
C-2-4:1 Advisory Committee of Eugenics Record Office Report-1935 
Memoranda and Historical Notes Prepared for the Advisory Committee [1935] ◙ Dr. L. C. Dunn, Professor of Genetics, Columbia University, New York, a Member of the Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office.  Copy received by H. H. Laughlin August 1, 1935
C-2-4:2 American Eugenics Society      
Prospectus, Galton Publishing Co. ◙ Proposal from Fiscal Service Corporation ◙ Correspondence with Leon F. Whitney,1929 (2)
C-2-4:3 America's Responsibility to World Government - Original Papers 
1930 Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, programme and time table ◙ Declaration for the Consummation of Pan American Independence by the Several Pan American Republics in the 8th International Conference of American States assembled at Lima, Peru, December, 1938 ◙ Correct Americanism: Federal Defense and State Police ◙ Repairing Our Ship of State
C-2-4:4 Brush Foundation; Brookings Institute; Norman Harris Institute 
The Harris Memorial Foundation Institute on Population and Migration [announcement of sixth institute] ◙ The Brush Foundation [Resolution creating the Foundation] ◙ Charles Francis Brush [clipping with photograph] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1927-29 ▪ Brookings Institution (2) Charles F. Brush Jerome C. Fisher (3) Leon F. Whitney (2) T. Wingate Todd (6) Quincy Wright (4) Frederick L. Schuman Norman Wait Harris Memorial Foundation 
C-2-4:5 Carnegie Trustees, 1935; Incorporation of Carnegie Institution, 1904 
Program, Gold Medals of the American Institute [Medal Award Dinner program, February 7, 1935] ◙ Articles of Incorporation, Public No. 260- An Act to Incorporate the Carnegie Institution of Washington [1904] ◙ 1935: Board of Trustees, Carnegie Institution of Washington [list] ◙ Organization, Plan and Scope [of Carnegie Institution of Washington] [p. ix, Year Book No. 17, 1918 typed across top] ◙ Clippings
C-2-4:6 Classification of Lantern Slides-1938    
Catalog of slides, arranged by subject, number and title
C-2-4:7 Committee on Policy and Means of Eugenical Research-1928 
Abstract: “The Progress of American Eugenics,” Harry H. Laughlin, Presidential address, read before the American Eugenics Society, New York, June 2, 1928 ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence: Charles G. Campbell [scope of Committee on Policy and Means of Eugenical Research], 1928 To Dr. Clarence G. Campbell, Chairman of the Committee on Policy of Eugenical Research, of the Eugenics Research Association [draft]   Frederic Osborn, 6/29/1933
C-2-4:8 Eugenical News 1935            
Memoranda on the Eugenical News ◙ Memoranda on  Bibliographia Eugenica ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ George L. Streeter John C. Merriam
C-2-4:9 Eugenics Field Worker-Material Used in Classes-1921   
Lecture notes [handwritten on note cards] ◙ The Principles of Eugenics [list of 77 points] ◙ Qualities Desired in a Eugenical Field Worker [list] ◙ Memorandum for Summer School [lists traits in Schedules for Husbands] ◙ Outline of Notes for Condensed Statement and Examples of the Principles of Eugenics ◙ Notes for Matters to Bring Before the Class ◙ Laboratory Work of Eugenics Class [list] ◙ Tenderness-Sympathy Test [blank form] ◙ Eugenics Record Office, mate Selection Schedule for Testing Personal Preferences in Regard to marriage, Children, and Traits in Mate ◙ Zoology 115 Tentative Schedule [From Prof. W. M. Barrows, Ohio State University written across top] ◙ His mother was the daughter of his father and his brothers and sisters… [handwritten at bottom of a genealogical chart] ◙ Eugenics Record Office, Receipt for Data [blank form] A Few Points to Observe in Writing Up Notes on verso ◙ Pedigree of Cats Used in Summer School 1919 ◙ “The Binet Measuring Scale of Intelligence What It is and How It is to be Used,” by Henry H. Goddard ◙ Goddard, Henry H. “The Binet-Simon Measuring Scale for Intelligence, revised edition, 1911” The Training School, January 1910 ◙ Schedule and Apparatus for the Binet Test [blank form] ◙ Clipping, “Mental Tests at College”
C-2-4:10  Eugenics Record Office Plans, Budgets, etc. 
Private Notes for Senator Walcott on the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Tentative Plan for a Laboratory of National Eugenics at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island ◙ Funds Expended by the Carnegie Institution of Washington for Eugenical Research, as Budgeted at Present [n.d.] ◙ Independence of the Eugenics Record Office [n.d.] ◙ Under the administrative and budgetary set-up, which I have had intimated to me would be put into force… [n.d.] ◙ Mendelian genetics and the theory of the gene… ◙ Eugenics Record Office Proposed 1936 Budget ◙ Recommended Budget for the Eugenics Record Office, of the Division of Animal Biology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, for 1936 ◙ (A) Proposed Budget for the Work of the Eugenics Record Office for the Calendar Year 1938 ◙ (B) Notes on the Proposed Budget for 1938 ◙ Staff at Eugenics Record Office, December 1938 ◙ Notes on “special outside activities” of H. H. Laughlin during the year June 1937 to June 1938 ◙ I. Statement by H. H. Laughlin in response to the Director’s request for administrative data for President Merriam’s information ◙ II. State of H. H. Laughlin in response to the Director’s request for data concerning next year’s budget of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ A Proposed Plan for the Future Development of the Eugenics Record Office [“copy for file, Sept. 1u-not sent” written in upper right corner] ◙ Note on Useful Research and Theoretical Research [draft] ◙ A Proposed Plan for Greater Freedom and Service of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ (D) Studies on the Archives of the Eugenics Record Office [“Notes for 1939 Report” written in upper right corner] ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, President and Trustees, President, Vannevar Bush ◙ Children traits [blank form] ◙ Deportation [draft] ◙ The Deportation of Public Charges to the Countries, States and Towns which Produced Them… ◙ Future Genetics [draft] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington corporate structure chart [hand drawn] ◙ Correspondence ▪ John C. Merriam, 1934 (2) A. F. Blakeslee,1938 E. A. Varela,1939 John B. Trevor, 1939
C-2-4:11 Eugenics Record Office Publications
Catalog of Publications, Eugenics Record Office ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ Charles B. Davenport New York Telephone Company (2) Julia Goodrich
C-2-4:12 Eugenics Research Supporters    
Correspondence ▪ Mrs. E. B. Phillips,1921-27 (3) E. B. Phillips, 1921-27 (9) James Phillips,1922 Madison Grant,1925   Alice Brown,1926 (3) Charles B. Davenport,1928 (3) C. A. Russell,1928 Memorandum on Charles F. Ruggles
C-2-4:13 Forms Used in Surveys          
Abridged Record of Family Traits ◙ Single-Trait Pedigree ◙ Eugenics Inventory of Traits of One Family ◙ Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Researches on the Measure and Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse, the Predicted vs the Actual in Race-Performance ◙ First-hand Data Concerning the Qualities of an Individual Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Nearest Kin [thoroughbred] folder
C-2-4:14 Frederick Osborn-Correspondence ERA; Survey of Eugenic Research-1931; Manuscript: Possibilities of Social Eugenics 
Yearbook of the Eugenics Research Association, January 1932 ◙ Studies in Eugenics or Social Eugenics [outline] ◙ The Eugenics Movement ◙ October 28, 1932, Comments on Outline of Research in the Field of Population, submitted by Professor Fairchild, October 6 ◙ Postscript: Possibilities of Social Eugenics ◙ Survey of Eugenic Research-1931 ◙ Correspondence ▪ Frederick Osborn,1930 (9) Vharles B Davenport,1930 
C-2-4:15 International Congress of Eugenics; Bibliography of Eugenics; American Eugenics Society Report-1926 
A Brief Bibliography of Eugenics, issued by the American Eugenics Society ◙ From “The Annals” of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, July 1935, Third International Congress of Eugenics, a Decade of Progress in Eugenics ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ John C. Merriam (2) Frank F. Bunker
C-2-4:16 International Federation of Eugenics  
“The International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Report of the Committee on Standardization of Pedigree Charts: 1926”  Eugenical News 11:7 (July 1926) ◙ Resolutions Passed by the International Commission of Eugenics and by the International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, September 20, 1924 ◙ International Federation of Eugenics Organisations, Minutes of Business Meeting, 27 September 1929 ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Agenda, 1930 meeting ◙ Programme, I. F. E. O, Meeting ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Memorandum on the Election of President ◙ Ninth Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Farnham, Dorset, 1930 [meeting report] ◙ Ninth Meeting held in Dorset, England, Excursions Programme, September 10-15, 1930 ◙ Directions for the Federation Meeting at Farnham, Dorset ◙ luncheon invitations from Major and Mrs. Leonard Darwin to Dr. and Mrs. Laughlin ◙ invitation to meet Captain Pitt-Rivers and Sir Bernard Mallet ◙ handbill advertising 1930 meeting and listing some of those who had announced intentions of attending ◙ Hon. Secretary’s Report ◙ Resolutions to be Presented by the American Delegates at the Farnham Meeting 1930 [proof copy] ◙ Proposed Resolution (under Hon. Secretary’s Report ) ◙  International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Cash Statement, 31 August 1930 ◙ Department of Animal Genetics, 26 September 1930, Programme ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organisations proposes ◙ The Federation and the International Bureau of the League of Nations ◙ Relation Between the Federation and the International Research Council ◙ Federation and the Pan-Pacific Congress ◙ The International Commission of Eugenics, Rules and Membership, 1923 ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Membership List and Governing Rules, 1927, 1929 ◙ Correspondence 1930 ▪ Charles B. Davenport (3)
  C. B. S. Hodson (10) Charles G. Campbell   Frederick Osborn R. A. Fisher (2) E. F. Sheepshanks Scotland Yard E. M.
C-2-4:17 Lists of Persons Consulted by Eugenics Research Association 
Eugenic Agencies [list] ◙ Memorandum to Consider ◙ Memo. On Field in Cytology ◙ Notes on Eugenics Record Office ◙ Original Advisory Committee of the Eugenics Record Office, Dec. 1912 ◙ Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-Seventh Congress, March 1923 ◙ National Research Council 1938-39, Committee on Human Heredity ◙ Former Presidents of the Eugenics Research Association, 1913-1939 ◙ List of individuals who have conducted effective researches in human heredity and family-stock betterment… ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪  Harry Laughlin to ? [unfinished draft], 1928 Elizabeth Howe,1939 (3)
C-2-4:18 Memorandums of Study Ideas      
Definition of Heredity ◙ Memorandum on What and How Long is a Generation? ◙ Memorandum on Evolution ◙ Memorandum of C. B. D. Philosophy ◙ Consanguinity Studies [note] ◙ Memorandum for Dr. W. C. Hunt ◙ Multiple Factors [note] ◙ Inbreeding and Uniformity [note] ◙ Prepare outline for studies…[note] ◙ General Notes ◙ Handwritten notes
C-2-4:19 Photographs--H.  H.  Laughlin and Staff-1934 
Staff and members-Dept. of Genetics, May 12, 1934 [photograph], separate identification sheet included ◙ Harry H. Laughlin [photographs] ◙ Dr. Jon Alfred Mjoen in front of Vinderen Laboratorium [photograph] ◙ Stewart House [photograph] Correspondence 1934 ▪ Secretary, Biological Laboratory F. M. MacNaught Julian P. Scott
C-2-4:20 Plans for Development of Eugenics Office  
Notes for Merriam and Streeter…I thank you for your letter concerning my visit to Cuba… ◙ Memorandum on Organization and Work of a Possible Institution of Eugenics ◙ The Main Problems in Current Eugenical Research ◙ Long-Time Plan “As for a Cathedral or a University” for the Development of the Eugenics Record office ◙ Four Points Desired in the Immediate Future Policy of the Carnegie Institution of Washington in the Development of the Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, “In accordance with authority granted to the President…has appointed a special committee to undertake a study…maintenance and extension of research activities [ca. 1929] ◙ Memorandum for Dr. Merriam re Meeting of Advisory Committee on Eugenics Record Office, February 19, 1929 ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ A. V. Kidder
C-2-4:21 Proposed Salmon Institute for Eugenical Research, 1925 
Memorandum on Organization and Work of a Possible Institution of Eugenics ◙ Memorandum on Work of a Possible Eugenical Institution of the American Eugenics Society ◙ Memorandum for Mr. E. S. Gosney…Plan  for Practical Work in Family-Stock Betterment ◙ General Outline of the Organization of the Proposed Salmon Institution for Eugenical Research ◙ Correspondence 1925 ▪ Walter J. Salmon
C-2-4:22 Proposed Study of E. R. O. - Census Information 
Agreement between the Executive Council of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics and the Managing Committee of the Third International Congress of Eugenics [blank form] ◙ Order of Business for the Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Eugenics Research Association, February 19, 1931 ◙ Tentative Proposals for Field Research in the Social Aspects of Eugenics, (Confidential) [Lorimer & Osborn, Feb. ’31 written in upper right] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1931 ▪ Osborn (2)
C-2-4:23 Student Researchers - 1931  
Student Research [outline of instruction] ◙ Correspondence 1931 ▪ E. N. Jones Kathryn F. Stein
C-2-4:24  Survey Human Resources of Connecticut - Family Stock Betterment 
Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut, Part I, Family-Stock Betterment in Connecticut [photocopy] ◙ Resolution Adopted by the Commission to Survey the Human Resources of Connecticut, November 10, 1938 ◙ Handwritten note ◙ Correspondence 1938-39 ▪ Wilbur L. Cross Edwin B. Wilson (2) State Planning Board Elmer R. Coburn (3)
   
C-2-5:1 Clippings, Poems    
Clippings; news stories and poems from newspapers and magazines 
C-2-5:2 Eugenics Record Office and Eugenical News, 1934  
Memorandum on the Relation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington to the Eugenical News ◙ Correspondence 1934  ▪ Walter M. Gilbert (7) Mabel Earle (4)
C-2-5:3

Genetics and Eugenics Conferences-1939  

Fifth International Genetics Congress, Berlin, September 11th-17th, 1927 [program] ◙ Institut International d’Anthropologie, Office National Hollandais, III Session, Amsterdam (20-29 Septembre 1927) [program] ◙ Seventh International Congress of Genetics…August 1937 [announcement of meeting] ◙ International Human Heredity Committee, Meeting in Edinburgh, draft agenda ◙ notice of meeting of Statutory Assembly, International Congress of Genetics, August 24, 26, 1939 ◙ La Sociedad Mexicana de Eugenesia, Ciclo de Conferencias. June 1939 [program] ◙ Seventh International Congress of Genetics, Edinburgh, 23-30 August, 1939 [announcement of meeting] ◙ Exhibit material for the genetics congress at Edinburgh ◙ Council International Association for Research in Human Heredity, draft constitution ◙ Correspondence 1939 E. W. Lindstrom Ernst Rudin

C-2-5:4 Genetics Society of America  
Joint Summer Session Program for Section O. A. A. A. S., Dairy Science Association, Corn Belt Section…June 25…[program] ◙ Genetics Society of American, Members who wish to present demonstration papers…[blank form] ◙ Genetics Society of America, Announcement of the Woods Hole Meeting, Friday, August 23 and Saturday, August 24, 1935 [program] ◙ Preliminary Announcement of the Winter Meeting, St. Louis meeting, December31, 1935 to January 2, 1936
C-2-5:5 Institute of Public Affairs and Political Sciences  
Green Acre Institute of World Unity, August 1927 [program] ◙ Green Acre, Calendar of Thirty-third Season, July-August 1927 ◙ International Conciliation, The Sixth International Conference of American States, Held at Habana, January 16-February 20, 1928, a Survey by James Brown Scott, June 1928, No. 241 ◙ The New Pan Americanism, World Peace Foundation 6L1 (February 1916) ◙ Institute of Politics, Fifth Session, 1925, Round-Table and General Conferences [program and ticket] ◙ 1925 Institute of Politics, Outline of Conference on Agriculture and Population Increase ◙ Preliminary Announcement, Institute of Politics, Sixth Session, 29 July-26 August, 1926 ◙ Announcement and Program, Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, August 8-20, 1927, University of Virginia Summer Quarter Bulletin, 1:6 (July 1, 1927) ◙ Eighth Session, Institute of Politics, August 2-30, 1928 [session announcement] ◙ Institute of Public Affairs, Preliminary Announcement, August 5 to 18, 1928 [session announcement and invitation to attend] ◙ Invitation to the Third Annual Meeting of the National Conference on the Science of Politics, Columbia University, September 7-11, 1925 ◙ Preliminary Announcement, the Institute of Politics, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1921 ◙ Institute of Politics, Williamstown, Massachusetts, [program, 1925] ◙ Memorandum on the Outline for a Round Table of Quality of Population (Prepared for the Williamstown Institute of Politics) ◙ Suggested Bill to be Introduced in the State Legislatures. Neither political nor legal disabilities on account of sex or marriage shall exist within the state… ◙ Draft of the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of the United States ◙ One Cent Postcards [unused] ◙ Clippings ◙”Political Scientists Meet at Columbia” by Joseph McGoldrick, Columbia Alumni News , October 9, 1925 ◙ Correspondence 1921 ▪ Lavinia H. Egan Harriet A. Storrs ◙ Correspondence 1922  James H. Robinson ◙ Correspondence 1923-25 Institute of Politics W. W. McLaren (3)   Harry A. Garfield and Laughlin (2) Edward M. East (4) National Conference on the Science of Politics Joseph McGoldrick  ◙ Correspondence 1927 Charles G. Maphis
C-2-5:6

International Federation of Eugenics 

International Commission of Eugenics, Rules and Membership, 1923 ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, Report of the Committee on Official List of Members ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Societies, Rules and Official List of Members, 1925 ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organizations, Membership Lists and Governing Rules, 1927 ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, Report from Programme Committee ◙ Resolution brought forward by Dr. Davenport ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, Minutes of September 1924 meeting in Milan ◙ 4/29/25 Memorandum in reference to the American Membership on the International Commission of Eugenics ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, London, July 14th and 15th 1925 Agenda ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, London, Wednesday. July 15th 2:30 p.m. Agenda for Discussion Meeting ◙ 2/ /1925 notice of International Commission of Eugenics meeting ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, London, July 14th-15th, 1925 Programme ◙ International Commission of Eugenics [summary of meeting] ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, July 14-15, 1925, minutes of meeting ◙ Annual meeting of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations [September 20, 1927] minutes of meeting ◙ “Annual Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenics Organisations” Eugenics Review 19:8 (October 1927) ◙ Provisional Programme of the Conference of the International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Munich, Sept. 13th and 14th, 1928 ◙ Agenda [Munich meeting] ◙ International Commission of Eugenics, At the meeting…July 15.. ◙ International Federation of Eugenic Organisations, Cash Statement for the year ended 31st August 1929 ◙ Programme for the Munich Meeting of the International Federation of Eugenic Organisations ◙ International Federation of Eugenics Organisations, 1928 [minutes of meeting] ◙ Provisional Agenda ◙ Memorandum [Rome meeting] ◙ 3rd Eugenics Congress program committee ◙ 3rd International Congress of Eugenics, acceptance for two-minute speeches for Eugenics Dinner ◙ 3rd International Congress of Eugenics, provisional program ◙ Program of the sessions of The Third International Congress of Eugenics…August 12-23, 1932 ◙ Memoranda of Principal Exhibition Halls and Research Colleges…compiled for delegates to The Third International Congress of Eugenics ◙ List of Events for Members of the Third International Congress of Eugenics, in and about New York City ◙ Dinner of welcome…6th International Congress of Genetics and the Third International Congress of Eugenics…[program] ◙ American Museum of Natural History guide leaflet ◙ Memorandum, in accordance with Rule 8… ◙ Correspondence 1925-30 Cora Hodson (13)   Irving Fisher (4)  ◙ Correspondence 1925 Leonard Darwin Douglas P. Murphy Field Secretary, Eugenics Society ◙ Correspondence 1926 Secretary General, League of Red Cross Societies ◙ Correspondence 1928 Paul M. Kinsie Eldon Moore Medical Officer under the Mental Deficiency Act for the County of Middlesex unsigned re Munich meeting   Dr Gini [invitation] n.d.   Hodson (2) ◙ Correspondence 1929 Bailliere, Tindall & Cox   Federation ◙ Correspondence 1930 Albert Johnson Administrative Secretary’s Report   Memorandum Leon Whitney (2) ◙ Correspondence 1931-32 E. M. East  Davenport 

C-2-5:7 Kirksville Normal School Index, 1/15/1919  
Index, 10:32 (January 15, 1919)
C-2-5:8 Letters of Recommendation for Teaching, 1896-1905
Letters of recommendation from ▪ R. C. Norton ▪ C. W. Proctor ▪ William Richardson ▪ J. Lewis ▪ R. B. Arnold ▪ J. H. Scarborough ▪ John R. Kirk ▪ J. M. Beck ▪ D. F. Smith ▪  C. F. Brown ▪ F. L. Moffett ▪ P. B. Wilks ▪  W. M. Speers ▪ F. Gibbons ▪ C. F. Lamkin ▪ H. Clay Harvey ▪ E. E. Funk ▪ Ermine Owen ▪ W. R. Holloway ▪ J. E. Rieger
C-2-5:9 Reports to the Department of Genetics, 1935, 1936, 1937  
Eugenics at Work (pamphlet) ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Genetics [reprinted from Year Book No. 33, for the year 1933-34, pages 31 to 60, issued December 14, 1934] ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Genetics [reprinted from Year Book No. 34, for the year 1934-35, pages 37 to 64, issued December 13, 1935] ◙ Researches in Pan American population history ◙ “Studies in Eugenics and Heredity, Heredity in the Thoroughbred Horse” by H. H. Laughlin [reprinted from Annual Report of Department of Genetics, Year Book No. 34, 1934-35 ◙ Father-Adult Son: Stature [chart] ◙ Brother-Sister Stature [chart] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence, 1933-36 ▪ Charles B. Davenport (3) George L. Streeter (7)  Blakeslee (2) Frank F. Bunker (2)
C-2-5:10 Respiratory Diseases and Inheritance  
Family Distribution of Respiratory Types [chart] ◙ Ca Family [chart] ◙ Handwritten note ◙ Correspondence, 1928-29  ▪ J. M. Nielsen (5)
C-2-5:11 Second Emigration Conference-Havana-1928  

The American Representatives to the “Emigration Conference,” which will meet in Cuba March 31, 1928, should stand for two primary principles ◙ The Second Emigration Conference: Havana, 1928(summary of meeting) ◙ Second International Confernce of Emigration and Immigration, Address of Dr. Rafael Martinez Ortiz ◙ Primera Comision, Dr. J. A. Lopez Del Valle, Ponencia, Aprobada por la Sub-Comision Informante ◙ Charta Comision, Declaracion de Principios Acerca de los Problemas Migratorios ◙ Resolutions Adopted by the First Section ◙ Resolutions Adopted by the Fourth Section ◙ Catalog of Publications, International Labor Office, May 1926 ◙ National Academy of Science Annual Meeting, 1936 (program) ◙ National Academy of Sciences, Annual Meeting 1936, Abstracts of Papers Presented at the Scientific Sessions ◙ handwritten notes Correspondence with Madison Grant, 1928-34 (7) ◙ Correspondence 1927-28 D. F. Ramos (2) Magnusson Dr. Francisco M. Fernandez (2) Frank B. Kellogg Robe Carl White, Department of Labor Henry Garrett, Department of Labor Albert Johnson  (4) John B. Trevor (2) Robert E. Olds   Davenport (2) Department of State John Merriam Segunda Conferencia Internacional de Emigracion e Inmigracion Sebastias Sampaio Surgeon-General El que suscribe, Doctor Jose Enrique Sandoval, Secretario General de la Oficina Pan Americana de Eugenesia y Homicultura… ◙ Correspondence 1934 W. W. Campbell

C-2-5:12 Specialized Sense Test  
Specialized Tests for Sense of Elegance Quality in Fur [instructions for test] ◙ A (1) Kind of Fur [blank form] ◙ Furs [names and addresses of companies] ◙ “Promise of Genius in Children Revealed by Simple Tests” by Marjorie Van de Water, Science News Letter, May 16, 1931 ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1932 ▪ Norman C. Meier (3) Mr. Firmage (2)
C-2-5:13  Who's Who correspondence, Man of Science 
Pansy Bowen Laughlin, List of certificates and Diplomas ◙ Harry H. Laughlin biographical sketches ▪ American Men of Science, n.d.; Who’s Who in America, n.d. ▪ Who’s Who in America, Vol. 19, 1936-37 ▪ Laughlin resume,1922  ◙ Correspondence ▪ Who’s Who Among North American Authors and Harry Laughlin.n.d.-1938 (4) International Trade and Transport [includes bio sketch] n.d. National Cyclopedia of American Biography,1925-26 (3) National Institute of Social Sciences [includes memorandum describing Laughlin’s work in social sciences during year],1926 Index Biologicorum [note in upper right corner “card returned, Sept. 1926”] n.d. First Families of America,1927   Williams and Wilkins Company,1934-35 (4) Town and Country Review,1934-35 (6) Journal of Industry and Finance,1934 International Who’s Who [handwritten at bottom: “revised questionnaire, returned July 25, 1936”] n.d.
   
C-2-6:1 1939 Report of Researches in Eugenics and Heredity 
Certificate of appreciation for display at Second International Congress of Eugenics, September 1921 [blank form] ◙ Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1939, Researches in Eugenics and Heredity [draft]
C-2-6:2 Biological Laboratory Bulletins  
The Biological Laboratory, Long Island Biological Association, 1924 ◙ Annual Report of the Biological Laboratory, 1926 ◙ Annual Announcement of the Biological Laboratory, 1927 ◙ The Biological Laboratory 1:Special (August 27, 1929) ◙ Shall We Have on Long Island the World’s Greatest Biological Center? ◙ Nassau County Survey [blank form] ◙ Note on Immigrant Rights ◙ Note on Desirable Research on Racial Standards ◙ Memorandum on Unemployment Census in Relation to Eugenics and Deportation ◙ Outline of Studies to be Made by Each Field Worker ◙ The Scientific Study of Population ◙ Traits ◙ “Records show that since 1921…the Eugenics Record Office has tended ◙ Handwritten notes
C-2-6:3 Birth Control, Catholic, Clippings, Germans, Eugenics Laws, Sterilization 

“Birth Control and the Moral Law” by W. R. Inge, Atlantic Monthly, December 1930 ◙ “The Truth Shall Make you Free” [booklet] ◙ “In Praise of Hitlerism, by a Nazi Granddaughter of John Jay” [clipping] ◙ Clippings ◙ “The Church and Birth Control” by Charles Fiske ◙ “The Encyclical on Marriage, an Editorial” Outlook and Independent, January 21, 1931 ◙ “In the biologically and socially vital field of human reproduction, the Encyclical speaks with ecclesiastical authority…” ◙ “January first was stipulated under the new German sterilization law as the date…” ◙ “What is asserted in favor of the social and eugenic ‘indication’…” Note: Fellowship Forum, January 17, 1931 was originally in this folder.  It has been removed due to deterioration; contents could not be  photocopied.

C-2-6:4 Eugenical Materiel Suggestions; Yale, Stewart Paton Correspondence 
Correspondence 1926-27 ▪ Stewart Paton (21) Leonard Darwin Leon F. Whitney
C-2-6:5 Grant's Nordic Blood in America  
A New Zoological Classification of the Hominidae ◙ Additional Notes on a New Classification of the Hominidae ◙ Notes on Desirable Research on Racial Standards ◙ Memorandum for Drs. Derby’s Committee 4/27/1926 ◙ Correspondence, 1930-31 AEH [Arthur E. Hamilton] Madison Grant
C-2-6:6

Human Resources of Connecticut - Analysis of Laws 
The Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut: 1936 [study and exhibit brochure] ◙ Fifteenth Census [1930] population registry cards [blank] ◙ Hereditary Endowments of the People as a Basic Natural Resource ◙ Note for minutes of the meeting of the Division of Animal Biology, Cold Spring Harbor, October 28, 1938 ◙ Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut…progress reports of five researches conducted by the Survey… ◙ Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut, Notes on: The Responsibility of the Physician in the Conservation of the Human Resources of the Commonwealth [“confidential copy, return to H. H. Laughlin” written in upper right corner] ◙ Resolution to present to the Congress of the United States an argument on the desirability of converting the Decennial Census into a Permanent Registry of the Whole Population ◙ Handwritten note

C-2-6:7 Human Resources of Connecticut - Chapter 3           
The Survey on the Human Resources of Connecticut, Chapter 3, Eight Handicapped Families of Connecticut in Each of Which Feeble-Mindedness is Common, of Volume I, the Test: Family-Stock Betterment in Connecticut [draft]
C-2-6:8 International Congress of Genetics  
Genetics Society of America travel information in connection with the Seventh International Congress of Genetics, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 23-20, 1939
C-2-6:9 National Academy of Sciences, American Philosophical Association, Membership and Others 
Invitations and announcements ▪ Academy of Political Science, semi-annual meeting, April 28, 1933 [program] ▪ Annual Dinner of the National Institution of Social Sciences, May 9, 1935 ▪ American Institute Medal and Fellowship Awards Dinner, February 6, 1936 ▪ American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 7th annual meeting, April 30, May 1-2, 1936 [preliminary announcement] ▪ American Philosophical Society, Program, Autumn General Meeting, November 18-19, 1938 ▪ Carnegie Institution of Washington Lectures, George Sarton, November 17, 1938, Arthur L. Day, November 22, 1938, George L. Streeter, November 29, 1938 ▪ Dedication of Elihu Root Hall, December 8, 1938 ▪ John Campbell Merriam retirement dinner, December 8, 1938 [invitation & rsvp card] ▪ Carnegie Institution of Washington annual exhibition, December 9, 1938 [invitation] ◙ The List of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia, for Promoting Useful Knowledge, October 1933 ◙ National Research Council, Organization and Members, 1933-34, April 1934 ◙ Report of the National Research Council for the Year July 1, 1936-June 30, 1937 ◙ Members of the National Academy of Sciences, October 2, 1933 ◙ National Academy of Sciences, Annual Meeting, Elections-April 25, 1934 ◙ Data for Entry in International Directory of Anthropologists ◙ Correspondence 1929 Thomas A. Jenkins (6) William Steuart  ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪ Ethel Warner ◙ Correspondence 1934 Paul Brockett and (3)    Franklin Institute American Philosophical Society William Gregory W. W. Campbell ◙ Correspondence 1935 Alfred Knight ◙ Correspondence 1936 H. L. Shapiro Dr. Riddle
C-2-6:10 Organizations and Subscriptions   
Membership renewal cards from: Academy of Political Science; American Academy of Political and Social Science; American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Genetic Association; American Geographic Society; American Museum of Natural History; American Society of International Law; American Society of Naturalists; Cold Spring Harbor Village Improvement Society; Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America; Genetics; Population Association of America; Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine ◙ Associate Member’s Ticket, The American Museum of Natural History, 1938 ◙  American Association of Physical Anthropologists invitation to dinner in honor of Dr. Ales Hrdlicka, April 4, [1939] ◙ Program of the American Society of Naturalists, Fifty-sixth Annual Meeting, December 28-30, 1938 ◙ Foreign Policy Association Luncheon Discussion, November 4, 1939 [program] ◙ Report of Activities of the American Eugenics Society, 1936-1937, Presented at the Twelfth Annual Meeting, September 23, 1937 ◙ Minutes, 12th Annual Meeting of the American Eugenics Society, September 23, 1937 ◙ Genetics Society of America, October 8, 1937, Preliminary  Announcement of Winter Meeting ◙ Correspondence 1936 ▪ American Statistical Association ◙ Correspondence 1938 New York Civic League  Walter H. Ryle ◙ Correspondence 1939 Northeast Missouri State Teachers College Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (2) American Genetic Association Population Association of America  National Institute of Social Sciences
C-2-6:11 Population Materials - 16th Census, Samoa, Guam 
United States Department of Commence, Sixteen Census of the United States, 1940, American Samoa, October 1940 ◙ United States Department of Commerce, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Guam, December 1940
C-2-6:12 Press Clippings England, Ireland, 1939 Eugenics Conference  
Clippings
C-2-6:13 Principles of Eugenics-Notes-Clippings  
Memorandum on the Practical Spread of Eugenical Activities ◙ Outline of a Proposed Scientific Study of Immigration, and Other Biological Race-Determining Factors, in the Western Hemisphere, since 1492 ◙ (1) Those involving a given political unit … [draft] ◙ Project [list] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1921 ▪ C. F. Dight (3)  
C-2-6:14 Proposed Legislation for Feebleminded-New York 
Proposed Amendment to Sect. 1145 of the Penal Code for Physicians ◙ Sayings of Others pamphlet ◙ The New Family pamphlet ◙ Press Letter from the State Bureau of Vital Statistics--Race Suicide in Virginia  by Carter W. Wormeley (3) ◙ Memorandum in support of Antin-Cole Bill ◙ Correspondence W.A. Plecker, State Registrar,1923 John B. Leeds Annie G. Porritt ▪ Robert Speer ▪ Madison Grant  ◙ Correspondence1923 ▪ Homer Folks to All Interested parties ▪ Memorandum, Eugenics Society of the United States of America (2) 
C-2-6:15 Quips on Eugenics - Archive Problems  
Memorandum on Re-Classification of the Archives ◙ Memorandum on the Main Unsolved Punch-Card Problem for the Archives of the Eugenic Record Office ◙ Contents of “Punch Card in Archives” Basket ◙ Varia, Most Harvard men are familiar with the quatrain… ◙ Comic strip [about family pedigrees] copyrighted by the American Eugenics Society ◙ Clippings
C-2-6:16 Survey of Connecticut - Letters and Materials  
Memorandum on Differential Fertility Drafts ◙ Time for Writing the Files for Eugenical Data ◙ General Findings ◙ 2. Specific Analyses ◙ 3. Summary Table: Blood-stock Analysis of Eight Mentally Handicapped Families of Connecticut ◙ Specifications for Photolithographic Job ◙ Specific Instructions for Filing Eugenical Material by the Kindred System by W. E. Southwick ◙ Inventory of the 3 x 4 cards in the Archives ◙ Occupational Studies of the Population of _______ [blank form, 5 pages] ◙ Occupational Studies of the Population of _______ [blank form, 2 pages] ◙ Correspondence 1937 ▪ Walter E. Southwick (4)   International Business Machines Corporation Mabel A. Matthews (2)
C-2-6:17  Training Course for Field Workers  
Training Course for Field Workers-1921 [course schedule] ◙ Books Used with the Training Class [bibliography] Correspondence 1923 ▪ Charles B. Davenport William E. Snow
C-2-6:18 Unemployment Census           
The Galton Society, Wednesday, February 27, 1924, Subject: Emigration Studies in Europe [outline] ◙ Memorandum on Unemployment Census in Relation to Eugenics and Deportation ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪ Director, Bureau of the Census (2) Committee on Government Statistics and Information Services, Advisory Committee to the Secretary of Labor, Memorandum, Statistics of Emigration and Immigration Collected by the United States Bureau of Immigration Committee on Government Statistics and Information Services John B. Trevor
C-2-6:19  Work of the Eugenics Record Office
I. Advisory Committee, The functions of President Merriam’s Advisory Committee on the work of the Eugenics Record Office fall logically into two main fields… ◙ II.  Present Administrative Needs of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ III. Restoration of Physical Property ◙ IV.  Three Critical Administrative Situations. There are three critical details in organization which, in the interests of effectiveness, call for straight-forward and vigorous decision…
   
C-2-7:1 Human Resources of Connecticut - Part 4 
Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut, The Feeble-Minded Within the Population, Chart I. Statement of the Problem [chart] ◙ Record of Progress Made on Charts, September 26, 1938 [check list] ◙ The Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut, Part Four, Portfolio of 25 charts in 3 lots [check list]
C-2-7:2 Jews - Clippings- Late 1930s   
Clippings
C-2-7:3 Material Relating to Patent Investigations  
List of categories for tabulations ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1928 Statistical Tabulating Service
C-2-7:4 Naturalization Information - 1929  
General Information Regarding Naturalization ◙ Correspondence: Bureau of Naturalization and Harry Laughlin 4/5 to 4/29/1929 (2)
C-2-7:5  Population Studies - 1931      
U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census, Coding Instructions for the Population Schedule,  (Except Occupations) revised ◙ U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census, Instructions for the Family Transcription Sheet, Revised ◙ Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States: 1930, Illustrative Example of Completed Population Schedule ◙ Family Transcription Sheet: 1930 [blank form] ◙ Correspondence 1931 Leon E. Truesdell (3)
   
C-2-8 Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut (preliminary copy) 
Part I: Family-stock Betterment in Connecticut [text copy] ◙ Part II: Eight Handicapped Families of Connecticut in Each of Which Feeble-Mindedness is Common [text copy] ◙ Part III: The Laws of Connecticut Which Bear Upon the Conservation of then Population of the Commonwealth in Numbers, Race and Inborn Quality [text copy] Note: text copy includes penciled corrections and revisions.
C-2-9
 
Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut (preliminary copy) 
Part I: Family-stock Betterment in Connecticut [proof copy] ◙ Part II: Eight Handicapped Families of Connecticut in Each of Which Feeble-Mindedness is Common [proof copy] ◙ Part III: The Laws of Connecticut Which Bear Upon the Conservation of then Population of the Commonwealth in Numbers, Race and Inborn Quality [proof copy] ◙ Part IV: Portfolio of Fifteen Charts.  Note: the proof copy is a revision of the text copy, but also includes penciled corrections and revisions.
   
C-4-1:1 Articles Appearing on Immigration - 1920s            
Printed for use of the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Letter to Hon. Albert Johnson from Charles E. Hughes, February 8, 1924 ◙ 68th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 176, Restrictions of Immigration, February 9, 1924 ◙ 68th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 350, Restrictions of Immigration, March 24, 1924 ◙ 68th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 350, part 2, Restrictions of Immigration, March 27, 1924 ◙ 68th Congress, 1st Session, Committee Print, Recent Decisions Affecting Enforcement of the Immigration Laws ◙ 69th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 871, Immigration and Naturalization of Alien Veterans, April 13, 1926 ◙ Public – No. 139, 68th Congress, (H. R. 7995), Immigration Visas ◙ Second and Third Report of the Committee on Selective Immigration of the Eugenics Society of the United States of America (July 3, 1925) ◙ Extract from the Address of the Secretary of Labor Before the Americus Republican Club, Pittsburgh, Pa., Friday Evening, April 27, 1923 ◙ Extract of the Speech of Secretary of Labor, James J. Davis to Alleghany County League of Women Voters, Pittsburgh, Pa., Friday, April 27, 1923 ◙ Extract from the Speech of the Secretary of Labor, James J. Davis, at Woodlawn, Pa., April 28, 1923 ◙ Extracts from Address of Secretary of Labor, Hon. James J. Davis, at New Martinsville, W. Va. Evening, April 29, 1923 ◙ “The Institute of Pacific Relations” by J. Merle Davis, International Conciliation, No. 218 (March 1926) ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 69th Congress, 1st Session, No.3, January 21, 1926 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 69th Congress, 1st Session, No.4, February 10, 1926 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 69th Congress, 1st Session, No.5, March 9, 1926 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 69th Congress, 1st Session, No.6, April 17, 1926 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 69th Congress, 1st Session, No.7, April 29, 1926 ◙ “A New Era in Canadian Immigration” by E. L. Chicanot, International Interpreter, May 10, 1924 ◙ “Have We an ‘Alien Menace’?” by Henry C. Curran, Collier’s national Weekly, July 4, 1925 ◙ “Made in Italy” by Rollin Lynde Hartt, The Independent, July 23, 1921 ◙ “More Irish than Ireland,” by Rollin Lynde Hartt. The Independent, August 20, 1921 ◙ “ The German-American Irreconcilables” by  Rollin Lynde Hartt, The Independent, September 17, 1921 ◙ Clippings
C-4-1:2 C. M. Goethe Correspondence 1920s – Immigration 
Pamphlets of the Immigration Study Commission, Sacramento, California:  6 to 1, Cruelly Heavy Odds; Coolies Constitute a Low-Consumption Market; Breeding to Bread Line is Chief Cause of War ◙ Clippings ◙ C.M. Goethe Correspondence with ▪ Harry Laughlin, 1925-1929 (43) S. J. Holmes,1925-27 (2) Editor Tribune,1925 Harrison Hunt 1925-1929 (4) Eugenics Research Association,
1925-28 (8) ▪  Leon F. Whitney 1926-28 (4) ◙ Goethe Correspondence 1926
Ethel Richardson S. W. Ward   D. L. Cease Fieldworker for immediate release  Field correspondence (2) to those interested in Immigration Restriction n.d. Whitney ▪ H. J. Perkins ▪ David Starr Jordan ◙ Goethe Correspondence 1927▪ Davis ◙ Goethe/Immigration Study Commission Correspondence 1928 (3) ▪ Commission’s Fieldworker ▪ Editor, Tribune Editor, Press John B. Trevor D. F. Houston (2) “322 automobiles filled with Mexican laborers…” “Anticipating Mrs. Cohn’s November 12th paper…”   “a clipping comes declaring Canadian leaders…” “an idea of wages in Constantinople…" Dear Fellow Citizen C. B. Davenport Goethe to Dear Sir 1928-1929 (4) James L. McConaughy to students of immigration control Jon Alfred Mjoen ◙ Goethe Correspondence 1929 Paul Popenoe Trevor ◙ Other Correspondence ▪ John C. Box ,1926 ▪ Edwin E. Grant, 1927 ▪ R. M. Bradley,1928 (3)   ▪ Etta Lasker Rosenshon and Cecilia Razovsky, Editors of The Immigrant and Laughlin,1928
C-4-1:3 Eugenical-Mendelian Analysis; Eugenical Jurisprudence 
Embryo-Genetics, to Bridge the Gap Between the Gene and the Anlage ◙ 1. Memorandum on Human Genetics, The Special Position of Eugenics in Relations to Mendelian Analysis ◙ Eugenical Jurisprudence [5 pages] ◙ Eugenical Jurisprudence [3 page draft] ◙ VI. Current Migration Studies
C-4-1:4 Foreword for Parsis and Eugenics by S. Faredun Desai  
Foreword for Parsis and Eugenics ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ S. Faredun Desai (3)
C-4-1:5  Immigration Hearings - Bills   
Four Generations in One Almshouse at One Time, at Yaphank, Suffolk Co., N. Y., July 27, 1917 [photograph with pedigree] ◙ The M_H_Pedigree [chart] ◙ Actual Pedigree of Cataract [chart] ◙ Fragment of Dwight Family, Inherited Scholarship [chart] ◙ Actual Pedigree of Hemophilia [chart] ◙ Eugenical Classification of the Human Stock [outline] ◙ Pedigree of the W— Family of  -- Indiana [chart] ◙ “Discussion and Correspondence, Proportions of Defectives for the Northwest and From the Southeast of Europe” by H. S. Jennings, Science, 59:1524 (March 14, 1924) ◙ Daily Science News Bulletin, No. 145E, Mailed January 4, 1924, “Immigration Selections Advocated by Eugenists” ◙ Notes on the Reynolds Bill for the Control of Immigration ◙ Notes on Immigration Hearing, February 29, 1936 ◙ Outline of Hearing ◙ U. S. Department of Labor, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Washington, Aliens Admitted and Departed, Aliens Debarred from Entering, and United States Citizens Arrived and Departed, Year Ended, June 30, 1935, by Ports ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, H. R. 8163 (Union Calendar No. 381) [Companion bill to S. 2969 typed at top] ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Report No. 1156, Calendar No. 1210, Deportation of Criminals, Report to accompany S. 2969 ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, S. 2969, Calendar No. 1210 [Companion Bill to HR 8162 (Kerr) typed at top] ◙ 74th Congress, 2nd Session, S. 4011 [Reynolds bill] ◙ Correspondence 1924 ▪ Irving Fisher (2) Charles B. Davenport
C-4-1:6

Immigration Trip to Europe--Correspondence 
Correspondence 1930 Charles B. Davenport Madison Grant (3) Albert Johnson (4) James J. Davis John B. Trevor (4) Harry E. Hull Frank L. Babbott

C-4-1:7 John C. Box - Texas Representative - Immigration Committee 
“Our Mexican Immigrants” by Glenn E. Hoover, Foreign Affairs (October 1929) ◙ “Legislation All Will Commend, ” The Coalitionist 1:7 (January 1930) ◙ “The Danger of Race Promiscuousness” by David A. Orebaugh. The Coalitionist 1:8 (February 1930) ◙ 71st Congress, 2nd Session, H. R. 8523 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and naturalization, Legislative Calendar, 71st Congress, 2nd Session, December 14, 1929 ◙ Questions pertaining to Mexican Immigration to be Answered by Persons Interested in Public Health ◙ Memorandum on a Proposed Immediate Immigration Program for the American (Patriotic) Coalition [draft] ◙ Suggested Program for Current Immigration Legislation ◙ A Bill to Restrict Immigration from the Western Hemisphere ◙ Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen [text of speech given by John C. Box at meeting of the Sons of the American Revolution, December 18, 1929] ◙ Correspondence 1929-30 ▪ partial letter, unknown author & date; "We have 'Mexican' town here as do most of the valley towns…" John C. Box (6) Albert Johnson E. B. Wilcox 
C-4-1:8   Robert Ward, Council on Reprints - Immigration 1925   
“The Crisis in Our Immigration Policy,” by Robert DeC. Ward, The Institution Quarterly, 4:2 (1913) ◙ “Immigration and the Three Per Cent Restrictive Law,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Journal of Heredity 12:7 (August-September 1921) ◙ “Some Thoughts on Immigration Restriction,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Scientific Monthly 15:4 (October 1922) ◙  “What Next in Immigration Legislation?” by Robert DeC. Ward, Scientific Monthly 15:6 (December 1922) ◙ “Higher Mental and Physical Standards for Immigrants,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Scientific Monthly  (November 1924) ◙ “The New Immigration Law and Its Operation,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Scientific Monthly, 21 (July 1925) ◙  “The Third Year of the New Immigration Law,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Journal of Heredity, 18:1 (January 1927) ◙ Correspondence with Robert DeC. Ward 1922-1925 (16) ◙ Correspondence 1924  C. Floyd Haviland Irving Fisher (3) 
   
C-4-2:1 Census and Immigration Clippings - Letters- etc., 1931 
The Census and Registry.  The following points are listed in favor of making provision for the proposed “Census and Registry” in connection with the decennial census of 1940… ◙ U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Immigration, June 30, 1928, Beginning on July 1, a so-called immigrant identification card will be issued… ◙ U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Immigration, July 18, 1928, General Order No. 110, Subject: “Immigrant” Identification Cards ◙ Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, released for the use of afternoon papers on July 29, 1931, Population of New York by Color and Nativity, for Counties and Principal Cities: 1930 and 1920 ◙ U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Immigration, Analysis of Statistics of Immigration for June, 1931 ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1931▪ Harry E. Hull 1929-31 (2) Director of the Bureau of the Census (3) Leon E. Truesdell Secretary, Institute of Politics Otto Klineberg 
C-4-2:2 Conference on Immigration Policy-1932; Population Association of America, 1936 
Annual Report of the Secretary of the Conference on Immigration Policy for the Period May 26, 1931 to June 2, 1932 ◙ Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Conference on Immigration Policy, June 2, 1932 ◙ Minutes of the Fifth Annual Business Meeting of the Population Association of America, October 30, 1936 ◙ Population Literature 1:4  (October 20, 1935)
C-4-2:3 Deportation and Responsibility 
The racial destiny of every nation is determined by three primary factors… [draft, originally entitled Deportation] ◙ Racial Descent of the Senate of the Sixty-Ninth Congress, Second Session ◙ Fifty-Five Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 (65 appointed; 55 attended; 39 signed) ◙ Preliminary Memorandum on the International Aspect of Deportation ◙ Any far-reaching plan to combat crime in the United States would fail to achieve its fullest possibility if it neglected the matter of crime among aliens… ◙ Memorandum on Deportation and Responsibility
C-4-2:4 Economic Research Correspondence   
News-Bulletin of the National Bureau of Economic Research, No. 12 (April 20, 1925), No. 18 (May 10, 1926), No. 24 (March 30, 1927) ◙ Correspondence ▪ National Bureau of Economic Research,1926 G. R. Stahl, 1927-28 (6) Walter F. Willcox,1928
C-4-2:5 Folder 2 - Melting Pot Work, 1922 
Immigration Service [draft] ◙ Immigration and Naturalization Code ◙ Notes on Immigration Code ◙ House of Representatives Report [outline] ◙ Jewish Studies, Outline of a Plan for the Determination of Jewish Racial Quota-Fulfillments Among Both Institutional and College Jews in the United States ◙ Memorandum: Notes on Immigration ◙ Memorandum: Notes on the New Immigration Law ◙ Scientific Research and Immigration Legislation ◙ A Bill, to provide for the examination of prespective immigrants… ◙ Family Basis, Section l. For the purposes of this act, a family is hereby… ◙ Abstract, Dr. Harry H. Laughlin of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, who has just returned from six months’ study… ◙ Biological Research in Immigration ◙ The Several Filterings of the Immigrant Stream Directed Toward the United States ◙ Immigration Needs ◙ Nativity of Institution Inmates ◙ Scientific Investigations by the Committee on Immigration and naturalization of the House of Representatives, Abstract of Studies Made for the Committee ◙ Nativity Quotas, Findings and Ratios ◙ The Measure of Specific Degeneracies in Immigrant and Native Population Groups of the United States ◙ Points to Consider in Immigration Study ◙ List of Deportation Charts, List of Immigration Tables ◙ 1. Seeking New Data from First-Hand Sources… ◙ A given racial complex of one generation which characterizes a nation may, or may not find the same racial proportion in subsequent generations… ◙ In the 370 institutions in the general summary there were (on January 1, 1921) 152,531 inmates… ◙ Some historians, statisticians and demographers claim that immigration merely takes the place of additions by natural reproduction… ◙ During 1923 recent records indicate a still greater intermigration between Canada and the United States… ◙ What Your Consuls Do [chart] ◙ Nativity Quotas of Persons Receiving Poor Relief in Massachusetts in 1921 ◙ In the spring or early summer of 1924 there will be an International Immigration Conference at Rome… ◙ Dominant principles of immigration control by the United States ◙ Amendment to Schedule for Use of the Would Be Emigrant ◙ Folder “A” Individual History, Folder “B”, Physical Examination… ◙ Dr. H. H. Laughlin: - I am sorry that I shall have to confine myself to a short response… ◙ Future Outline for Immigration Analyses ◙ “Genealogy and Eugenics,” Eugenical News (April 1923) ◙ “Deportment Systems of the Several States…” Eugenical News (July 1922) ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪ Albert Johnson,  1921-35 Memorandum for Hon. Albert Johnson, Chairman of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization,1923 James A. Hamilton, 1924
C-4-2:6 Immigration and Census Materials 
69th Congress, 2nd session, Senate, Document 190, National Origin Provision of the Immigration Act of 1924, Message from the President of the United States ◙ 70th Congress, 1st session, Senate, Document 65, Immigration Quotas on the Basis of National Origin, Message from the President Immigration Vote as an Index to Americanism ◙ Memorandum on Immigration ◙ The Committee on Immigration recommends to the societies represented in the Allied Patriotic Societies, Inc. the adoption of resolutions… ◙ Congressional Record, 68th Congress, 1st Session, A Study of the Population of the United States by Capt. John B. Trevor, Extension of Remarks of Hon. Albert Johnson…June 7, 1924 ◙ The November Election and Immigration Control ◙ Fourteenth Census of the United States Population: 1920, Composition and Characteristics of the Population ◙ Practical Eugenical Features of Eugenical Policy [handwritten] ◙ Correspondence ▪ Samuel L. Rogers, 1918 (2) Fred M. Wren, 1929 (2)
C-4-2:7 Immigration Articles, 1920s 
General Information for Immigrants, U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Immigration ◙ Immigration and Crime [Dr. Kelsey written in upper corner] ◙ Suggestions for Committee on Scientific Problems of Human Migration. Submitted by Chairman of Committee for Consideration at Meeting Called for January 25, 1923 ◙ U. S. Department of  Labor, Bureau of Immigration, Immigrant Aliens Admitted and Emigrant Aliens Departed, During August, 1925, and from July 1 to August 31, 1925, by Ports ◙ “The Employment of Intelligence Tests in the Control of Immigration,” by G. Alfred Lawrence, The Medical Times (March 1922) ◙ “Overpopulation and Migration as Cause of War,” by Warren S. Thompson, Birth Control Review (May and June 1925) ◙ “The Significance of Immigration in American History,” by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, American Journal of Sociology ◙ “Some Racial Factors in American Life,” by Kenneth D. Miller, Social Christianity ◙ “The Immigration Peril,” by Gino Speranza, World’s Work (November 1923) ◙ “Our Immigration Laws from the Viewpoint of National Eugenics,” by Robert DeC. Ward, National Geographic Magazine ◙ “Shall We Give Alien Families a Chance?” by Florina Lasker, The Survey, February 15, 1926 ◙ “Recent Northward Migration of the Negro,” by Joseph A. Hill, Monthly Labor Review (March 1924) ◙ “The Stranger at Our Gate,” by William G. Shepherd, Hearst’s International (May 1922) ◙ Extracts from Statement of Hon. Walter F. Lineberger…December 16, 1925 ◙ “Our Immigration Problem,” by Etta V. Leighton, The New York Times Current History, (April 1922) ◙ “Our Illiterate Vote,” Literary Digest, (Aug. 2, 1924) ◙ “The Higher Bootlegging-Assisting Immigrants,” Literary Digest, (April 11, 1925 ◙ “Hollanders in America,” “Russians in America,” “The Chinese in the United States,” “The Japanese in the United States,” “Negroes in America,” “Indians in the United States,” “The French in America,” Literary Digest ◙ “Race Mixture in Hawaii,” by Vaughan MacCaughey, Journal of Heredity 10:2 (February 1919) ◙ “The South American Melting Pot,” by Isaac F. Marcosson, Saturday Evening Post, (October 17, 1925) ◙ “May Japanese Become Citizens?” by Valentine Stuart McClatchy, The Forum 72:3 (September 1924) ◙ “’The Westward Tide of Peoples’” by K. C. McIntosh, Scribner’s ◙ “A Policy of Imperial Migration,” by John Ross, The Nineteenth Century (October 1925) ◙ “The International Person, the Emigrant,” by Fred H. Rindge, Jr., New York Times Current History ◙ “Immigrants of Tomorrow,” by Marcus Eli Ravage, Saturday Evening Post, December 8, 1923 ◙ “When Liberty Turns her Back,” The Outlook, August 17, 1921 ◙ “Smuggled Aliens,” by Samuel Taylor Moore, The Independent, May 24, 1924 ◙ “Immigration and the Three Per Cent Restrictive Law,” by Robert DeC. Ward, Journal of Heredity, (August-Sept. 1921) ◙ “Seasonal Agricultural Laborers from Mexico,” United States Sugar Association, March 16, 1926 ◙ “Seasonal Agricultural Laborers from Mexico, Hearing Before the Committee on Immigration…” United States Sugar Association, April 2, 1926 ◙ Seasonal Agricultural Laborers from Mexico, Hearing Before the Committee on Immigration…” United States Sugar Association, April 9, 1926 ◙ Correspondence ▪ Anne Elderton, 1926 W. M. Gilbert, 1929
C-4-2:8 Immigration Clippings - Election Bias 
“Seasonal Fluctuations in Migration,” by L. Varlez, International Labour Review 17:4-5, (April-May 1928) ◙ “Notes on Migration,” Industrial and Labour Information, 29:3 (January 21, 1929) ◙ Series IV. The Rome Conference, Appendix E ◙ Series VII. Outline for Further Research and Conference by the Immigrant-Receiving Nations, Appendix J ◙ Democratic Platform. Houston, Texas, 1928, Immigration ◙ Republican Platform. Kansas City, NO, 1928, Immigration ◙ A memorandum on Proposed Legislation in Reference to Selective Immigration, Registration, and Deportation ◙ Statistics of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, Memorandum to the Secretary of Labor, November 6, 1934, Advisory Committee to the Secretary of Labor ◙ Confidential Report to the Citizens’ Committee on Immigration Legislation on the Presidential Campaign and its Relation to Immigration Restriction ◙ It is not easy for anyone to define Governor Smith’s position on immigration control… ◙ “Should Race and Religion be a bar to Immigrants?” by David A. Orebaugh, Current History (November 1928) ◙ Pioneer Fringe,” by Isaiah Bowman, Foreign Affairs (October 1927) ◙ “Immigration and the Problem of the Alien Insane,” by Spencer L. Dawes, State Hospital Quarterly (February 1925) ◙ “The Scientific Study of Settlement,” by Isaiah Bowman, Geographical Review 16:4 (October 1926) ◙ “It is Time to Clean House,” by Roy L. Garis, Saturday Evening Post, (September 25, 1926) ◙ “Britain to ‘Deport’ her Unemployed,” Literary Digest (August 11, 1928) ◙ “The Candidates on Immigration,” Literary Digest (September 22, 1928) ◙ “A Mixing Instead of a Melting Pot,” Literary Digest (October 13, 1928) ◙ “Modern Pioneering,” by Isaiah Bowman, Outlook (July 31, 1929) ◙ “White Collar Immigrants Increase,” News-Bulletin, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. No. 33 (September 16, 1929) ◙ Hoover and Smith on Immigration, issued by the Immigration Restriction League ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ Immigration Restriction to Members and Friends of the League n.d. Spencer L. Dawes,1926 John S. Sullivan, 1928 Leifur Magnusson, 1928 Frank L. Babbott, 1928 Meredith B. Givens, 1934
C-4-2:9 Immigration Commission of 1907  
Immigration Commission of 1907 ◙ Memo on Foreign-Born in New York City ◙ Memorandum on School Attendance by Nativity in New York City 1920 ◙ Material for Mr. Frank L. Babbott, Notes on Immigration in Relation to National Fortunes ◙ Immigration Research in Relation to the Feebleminded, the Insane and Criminalistic Classes
C-4-2:10 Immigration; Racial Ideals    
Racial Ideals [draft outline] ◙ Percentages of “Constituent Blood” in the American People: 1920 ◙ “Lest We Forget,” by Kenneth L. Roberts, Saturday Evening Post, 195:44 (April 28, 1923)
C-4-2:11 National Origins Act, Immigration and Labor 
70th Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Document 65, Immigration Quotas on the Basis of National Origin, Message from the President of the United States ◙ “New ‘National Origins’ Immigration Quotas,” Eugenical News (April 1928) ◙ “National Origins,” Eugenical News ◙ Series III. The Composition of the American People, Appendix D ◙ National Broadcasting Company, Release, Tuesday, September 16, 1930, Address by Harry E. Hull, Commissioner General of Immigration… ◙ Address of  Hon. W. W. Husband, Second Assistant Secretary of Labor, National Radio Forum, August 21, 1930, “Immigration” ◙ Memorandum on “National Origins”, which might be of use in case an attempt is made, on the pretext of insufficient data, to eliminate the “National Origins” provision of our present immigration laws… ◙ “Deportation,” Eugenics 3:7 (July 1930) ◙ “Birth Control Tendency in Europe,” by Guy Irving Burch, Current History (August 1930) ◙ “To Recast us in the Mold of 1790,” Literary Digest (March 23, 1929) ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ W. W. Husband 1930 (2)
C-4-2:12 Papers on Immigration from a Biological Point of View 
Population Turnover ◙ Some Racial Characteristics Emerging from America’s Study of her Immigrants ◙ Biological Factors in Immigration [outline] ◙ Immigration from the Biological Point of View (30 minutes, Section E., Geography, Slides [outline for lecture] ◙ Immigration from the Biological Point of View
C-4-2:13 Population Materials - 1930s    
Migration Problems in the Publications of the International Labor Office [brochure] ◙ American Coalition [flyer, verso gives list of societies cooperating with the Coalition “to keep America American” ◙ Address by President, Fifth Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, October 30, 1936 ◙ Population Index 3:1 (January 1937) ◙ Topical Index of Population Census Reports, 1900-1930 ◙ Correspondence ▪ Leon E. Truesdell,1934 Frank Lorimer, Population Association of America,1936 Frederick Osborn, 1936
   
C-4-3:1 Conquest by Immigration - Letters Following Publication; Mailing List; Clippings 
John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, Annual Report 1938 ◙ Conquest By Immigration mailing lists ◙ “The Future of the Races” by Cyrus H. Eshleman ◙ Report to the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York from Special Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, John B. Trevor, chairman [draft] ◙ Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, press release, June 8, [1939] “A Report entitled Conquest by Immigration made public by the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York today declared… ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ John B. Trevor, 1934-39 (6) Vannevar Bush (2) Frederic C. Walcott (2) W. R. Burgess Robert R. Reynolds (2) C. M. Goethe Les George E. Sullivan (2) T. A. Jenkins  Frank C. Reid Rufus C. Holman (2) James H. Patten (2)   H. E. Walter  J. C. Van Alstyne B. C. Davis Harry A. Jung Charles Dollard (3) Cyrus H. Eshleman Raymond Pearl William Allan A. Leonard Allen Harold C. Hagen Rudolph G. Tenerowicz Yale University Library Frederick C. Smith T. A. Jenkins (2) Morris Sheppard   Dave Schoenfeld E. B. Babcock New York Public Library   National Geographic Society W. Warren Barbour Pius L. Schwert Leon E. Truesdell and Conrad Taeuber M. I. Finkelstein William A. Elam Mrs. William Sherman Walker Annie Porter W. P. Draper John S. Bangson (2) Edward Price Bell Edward E. Sterling John H. Geronld (2) H. R. Hunt H. H. Bartlett H. C. Bumpus George H. Blakeslee
C-4-3:2 Data Sheets Sample    
Sheet A: Mental Tests and Measurements of Babies ◙ Sheet B: Mental Tests and Measurements of Children ◙ Sheet C: Mental Tests and Measurements of Adults ◙ Mental Measurement Sheet [draft] ◙ Draft, Sample Schedules of E. R. O. for Libraries ◙ Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy: Anthropology [data sheet]
C-4-3:3 Forms Used by Eugenics Office  
1. Genealogical Data [front] 2. Physical and Mental Data [on verso] [6x8 card] ◙ 3. Biographical Data [front] 4. Social Data [on verso] [6x8 card] ◙ Proposed census card for the Fifteenth Population Census of the United States, 1930 and United States Population Registry [4x6 card] ◙ ERO Hair and Eye Schedule, No. 481 ◙ Blank for the use of Physicians, Surgeons, Superintendents, Teachers, Wardens, Agents, Social Workers and others in inquiries concerning inheritance of pathological and teratological conditions among defectives generally, and of delinquency and dependency… ◙ Pedigree of the W-- Family of – Indiana [pedigree chart] ◙ Mate Selection Schedule for Testing Personal Preference in Regard to Marriage, Children, and the Traits in Mate [blank form] ◙ Schedule for Recording First-Hand Pedigree-Data on Hereditary Eye Defect and Blindness ◙ Individual Test sheet for the Seashore Measurements of the Elements of Musical Ability ◙ Physical Developmental Record for American Females ◙ Physical Developmental Record for American Males ◙ E. R. O. form 569 [physical characteristics] ◙ Abridged Record of Family Traits ◙ Eugenical Inventory of Traits of One Family [folder] ◙ Single-Trait Pedigree [folder] ◙ Single-Trait Sheet ◙ Individual Analysis Card ◙ Schedule for the Study of Twins ◙ Family-Tree Folder ◙ Pedigree of Musical Capacity ◙ Record of Family Traits ◙ List of Contents of “Census Card and New Ind. Anal. Card” Basket, Things Found in Both the Office and Archives Baskets ◙ List of Things Found Only in the Office Basket-“Census Card & New Ind. Anal. Card” Basket ◙ Correspondence 1935  ▪ Lillian Frink (2)
C-4-3:4 Forms Used in Studies        
The following trait has appeared in a new born child… [list of traits with box to be checked] [printed postcard, addressed to C. B. Davenport] ◙ Information Concerning Harelip and Cleft Palate [ERO-67] ◙ Study of the Heredity of Weight [ERO 164, 7500, April 1919] ◙ Study of Heredity of Stature [ERO 142, 7500] ◙ Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse Single-Trait Sheet ◙ Near Kin Index, Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse ◙ Biological Handicap (BHc) ◙ The Inheritance of Racing Capacity in the Thoroughbred Horse
C-4-3:5 Frank Babbott (1922-29); Letters - Immigration and Population Work 
Correspondence ▪ Frank Babbott 1922-29 (31) Charles B. Davenport, 1925   Edwin E. Slosson, 1925 R. Jones, 1927 (5) Cora Hodson, 1926 Memorandum on Purpose and Work of the Eugenics Research Association, prepared for President Frank L. Babbott,1927
C-4-3:6 Immigration and Conquest, Library List   
Libraries, publications, organizations, and persons who were sent one copy of Immigration and Conquest from C. M. Goethe's special cloth-bound lot of 829 copies, May 9-June 3, 1941 (lists and copies of cover letters)
C-4-3:7 Immigration Restriction League; Immigration Conference 
Admission ticket to the Conference on Immigration, Continental Memorial Hall, Washington, D. C., Thursday, January 19, 1927, under the Auspicies of The Key Men of America and twenty-nine Patriotic and American Organizations ◙ The Key Men of America cordially invite you and your friends… ◙ Immigration Hardships Reduced by Present Law ◙ Alien Registration a Necessity if We Mean Business ◙ “Guard the Gate, Immigration Restriction is in Danger” [advertisement for Immigration Restriction Association in Literary Digest, January 28, 1928] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ R. M. Bradley,1924 Executive Committee,1925 Bill Gurnee [telegram], 1928 Fred Marvin,1928

NOTE:  the following booklets originally in this folder were cataloged for the Laughlin Collection  Zucker, Edward D., The Leaky Melting Pot and a Way to Mend It Fast, Edward M., “Immigration” (chapter 14 of Heredity and Human Affairs)

C-4-3:8 Jews and Immigration      
“Jews at the Crossroads,” by William Zukerman, Harpers Monthly Magazine, January 1935 ◙ The Immigrant 5:9 (May 1926) ◙ The Immigrant 6:1 (October 1926) ◙ Twentieth Century Progress 36:2 (March 1936) ◙ Clippings ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1926   Cecilia Razovsky (2)

NOTE: two booklets originally in this folder, have been cataloged to the Laughlin Collection The Cause of Anti-Jewism in the United States The United States and German Jewish Persecutions--Precedents for Popular Governmental Action

C-4-3:9 Letters - Immigration 1923-26  
Correspondence ▪ John C. Merriam & Secretary, 1922-28 (23) L. S. Rowe, 1922   Charles B. Davenport,1924 (3), with enclosure, "Memorandum and Outline for Tentative Working Agreement Between the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the State Department of the Federal Government in Reference to Collaboration in the Collection of First-Hand Data on Immigration at its Sources" W. M. Gilbert,1924 (2) John N. Webb,1939 Memorandum for Dr. Laughlin,1923
C-4-3:10 Report 1937 - 1938       
Report of the Scientific Studies of Harry H. Laughlin for the Year July 1, 1937 to June 30, 1938 [contains: I. Survey of the Human Resources of Connecticut; II. Clinical Service in Human Heredity; IV. Studies in Human Heredity; V. Genetics of the Thoroughbred Horse; Bibliography of Harry H. Laughlin, July 1, 1937 to June 30, 1938] [draft] ◙ Note on ‘special outside activities’ of H. H. Laughlin during the year June 1937 to June 1938 ◙ IV. Studies in Human Heredity [draft] ◙ “Studies in Eugenics and Heredity,” by Harry H. Laughlin [galley proof] ◙ Correspondence ▪ Dormitory Committee,1937 A. F. Blakeslee,1937 Frank F. Bunker,1938 (2)
C-4-3:11 Report 1938         
Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1939, Researches in Eugenics and Heredity
C-4-3:12 Report 1938-1939    
Notes on the Growing Demand for a Clinical Service in Human Heredity [Private Copy No.___, for the personal use of______, typed at top] ◙ I. Statement by H. H. Laughlin in response to the Director’s request for administrative data for President Merriam’s information ◙ Memoranda and Historical Notes Prepared for the Advisory Committee on the Eugenics Record Office [draft] ◙ Researches in Eugenics and Heredity, Summary of Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1939 [2 pages] ◙ Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1939, Researches in Eugenics and Heredity [contains: (A) The Human Resources of Connecticut; (B) The Biological Aspects of Immigration/ Bibliography] [25 pages] ◙ Correspondence 1938-39 ▪ Albert F. Blakeslee (3) Irving Grey
   
C-4-4:1 Committee on Selective Immigration 
Second and Third Report of the Committee on Selective Immigration of the Eugenics Society of the United States of America ◙ Order form for A Census Analysis of American Villages by C. Luther Fry ◙ Correspondence 1925 ▪ Winifred C. Putnam (3)
C-4-4:2 Cross-Reference Index for Eugenics Materials 
Cross-Reference Index for Eugenics Materials [includes detailed instructions for maintaining the Cross-Reference Index; Cross-Reference Classification for Eugenical Correspondence Files; Titles not yet given Cross-Reference Numbers] [proof copy]
C-4-4:3 Fundamental Biological Principles, Immigration and Quotas Articles 
“What I think about Eugenics” [quotations] ◙ Report of the Committee on Selective Immigration of the Eugenics Committee of the United States [1924 written in right corner] ◙ Memorandum on ‘National Origins’ which might be of use in case an attempt is made, on the pretext of insufficient data, to eliminate the ‘National Origins’ provision… ◙ Memorandum on Selection Within the Quotas ◙ Mutual National Interests in Immigration ◙ Eugenics and Population ◙ The Builders of America [book review, 2 pages] ◙ The Builders of America [book review, 3 pages, for “The Survey” typed at top, October 3, 1927 written at top] ◙ The Nation and the Use of Eugenics ◙ Fundamental Biological and Mathematical Principles Underlying Chromosomal Descent and Recombination in Human Heredity [copy written at top] ◙ Report of the Sub-Committee of Selective Immigration of the Eugenics Committee of the United States of America, Supplement to its Third Report, Inspection of Immigrants Abroad ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪  Ellsworth Huntington (2)
C-4-4:4 Immigration and Unemployment-1935 
Final Drive to Submit Stop Alien Amendment!” Civic Bulletin 24:6 (February 10, 1933) ◙ International Congress for Population Study [summary of meeting in Berlin, August 26-September 1, 1935] ◙ Estimate of How-it-is-now in Reference to the Custodial care, by the State and Federal Governments, of all types of the Socially Inadequate… ◙ 1. The Relation Between Immigration and Unemployment ◙ 2. Present and Future Crime Reports by nationality ◙ 3. Shift in Responsibility for Inadequates ◙ 4. Future Census, Population Registration, Population History and Analysis ◙ Clipping, “Will Rogers Has a Plan That Sounds Reasonable” ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ Isaac F. Marcosson (4) Martin Dies 
C-4-4:5 Immigration Materials - 1928  
70th Congress, 2nd Session, Committee Print, List of Authoritative Works on Immigration, Prepared by Madison Grant, 1928 ◙ Foreign Relations of the United States, List of Publications Relating to Above Subject for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, March 1928 ◙ 70th Congress, 2nd Session, Committee Print, December 24, 1928, Preference Cases Under the Immigration Law, Status of Quotas… ◙ 70th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization Legislative Calendar, February 11, 1929 ◙ 70th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Legislative Calendar, Final Edition, 70th Congress, March 4, 1929 ◙ “High Percentages,” Saturday Evening Post, November 3, 1928 ◙  Robert L. Bacon, open letter on Undesirable Aliens Deportation Bill,1929
C-4-4:6 Immigration Report of American Eugenics Society - 192
Fourth Report of the Committee on Selective Immigration of the American Eugenics Society [draft]
C-4-4:7

International Congress for Scientific Investigation of Population Problems, Berlin,1935 
Further Studies on the Historical and Legal  Development of Eugenical Sterilization in the United States [proof copy] ◙ Correspondence 1934-36 Cora Hodson (2) Eugen Fischer Internationaler Kongress fur Bevolkerungswissenschaft (2) 

C-4-4:8 Population and Immigration Clippings and Letters 
“Population Trends of American Groups,” radio talk by Frank Lorimer, February 28, 1934 ◙ Topical Index of Population Census Reports, 1900-1930 ◙ “A Monumental Reference Work on Geography,” by Douglas Johnson, Science, 79:2049 (April 6, 1934) ◙ New England Distribution of Population, 1930 [map] ◙ Plan for Finger-Printing Aliens [order never put into effect] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1933-34 ▪ Harold Fields D. W. MacCormack Edward J. Shaughnessy Immigration and Naturalization Service
C-4-4:9 Population Association; Population Literature 
Registration form and program for the Population Association of America Conference, October 30-31, 1936 ◙ Population Literature 1:3, 2:1, 2:3-4,  ◙ Population Association of America membership list, July 20, 1935 ◙ Personnel of the Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, July 1, 1936 ◙ Presidential Address  [Henry Pratt Fairchild] Conference on Population Studies in Relation to Social Planning, May 2, 1935 ◙ National Research Council Annual Report of the Chairman of the Division of Biology and Agriculture for 1935-36, Ivey F. Lewis ◙ Department of Information, Federal Writers Projects, for immediate release, American guide Exhibition at Public Library ◙ Correspondence 1936 ▪ Commission on Conservation of Natural Resources Frank Lorimer American Eugenics Society, Ellsworth Huntington, President
C-4-4:10 Report - 1937; Report to President; Report of Researches 
Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Genetics [reprinted from Year Book No. 37, for the year 1937-38, December 1938] ◙ Report of Researches, July 1, 1936 – June 30, 1937, Harry H. Laughlin, Eugenics Record Office ◙ 1. The Coefficient of Prediction-Accuracy ◙ Private Statement for President Merriam ◙ Correspondence 1937 ▪ A. F. Blakeslee (2)  
C-4-4:11 Revised Plan for Eugenics Office, 1934  
Proposed Plan for the Future Development of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ P Proposed Plan for Greater Freedom and Service of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Historical Notes ◙ Eugenics Record Office Proposed 1936 Budget ◙ Memorandum on Platform Notes ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪  Esther Dodge  
C-4-4:12

Second Emigration Conference, Havana 1928 

Second International Emigration and Immigration Conference, Havana, March 31st, 1928, agenda ◙ Segunda Conferencia Internacional de Emigracion e Immigracion, La Habana, 1928, Reglamento de la Conferencia ◙ Segunda Conferencia Internacional de Emigracion e Inmigracion Diario de la Conferencia, No. 3, April 1928 ◙ The Second Emigration Conference [conference summary] ◙ Common Statement of the Official Delegations of the Pan American Nations, Proposed for Adoption by the Second International Conference on Emigration and Immigration, Havana, Cuba, April 1928 [draft] ◙ Declaration of Principles [proof] ◙ The undersigned delegations hereby move that… ◙ Declaration of Common Principles for the Future Guidance of Human Migration ◙ Declaracion conjunta de las delegaciones de las Naciones Americanas… [draft] ◙ Declaracion conjunta de las Delegaciones de las Naciones Americanas… ◙ Delegacion de Cuba, Proposicion de la Delegacion de Cuba, Sobre Declaracion de Principios de la Magracion y Futura Organizacion de Estas Conferencias, Comite Presidencial de Direccion ◙ Delegation of Cuba, Proposal by the Cuban Delegation with Regard to a Declaration of Principles of Migration and Future Organisation of Conferences on the Same, Presidential Directing Committee ◙ Compulsory Medical Selection, Delegation of the Dominican Republic ◙ Information Bureau, Delegation of the Dominican Republic ◙ handwritten notes

C-4-4:13

Trevor, Correspondence; Immigration - 1939             
Correspondence 1939: John B. Trevor & Secretary, 1938-39 (6) A. M. Warren Note for Trevor’s Secretary Senator Robert R Reynolds [includes List of Aliens in Whose Cases Notification was Received from the Department of Labor in 1938 and Up to march 15, 1939…] Memorandum for Trevor

   
C-4-5:1 Clippings 1934; Paper Immigration - Naturalization 
Congressional Record, 73rd Congress, Second Session, Extracts from the Debate on H. R. 9725 in the House of Representatives, June 15, 1934 and Statement of W. C. Husing ◙ Press release from Immigration Restriction League, “If Congress enacts the bill recently reported by the House Committee…” ◙ The First Immigrants to the United States ◙  “Where We Need Planning the Most,” by Thomas N. Carver, Nation’s Business, March 1935 ◙ June 4, 1934, Verification of Lawful Admission of Aliens in Connection with Immigration Visas for Relatives Other Than Those Entitled to Second Preference Status ◙ Clippings ◙ Information Bulletins, U. S. Department of Labor, 1934 ▪ General Order No. 208: Standardization of Photographs ▪ Fourth Supplement to General Order No. 162: Statistics ▪ Seventh Amendment to 17th Supplement to General Order No. 149: Designation of Ports of Entry for Aliens Arriving by Aircraft ▪ First Amendment to General Order No. 112: Verification of Arrival of Lawfully Resident Aliens for Information of Consuls in Considering Applications of Certain Relatives for Immigration Visas ▪ Amendment of General Order No. 202A: Immigration Laws and Rules of January 1, 1930 ◙ Correspondence, 1934 Immigration Restriction League    Meredith B. Givens
C-4-5:2 Clippings - Aliens on Relief; Immigration Work  
Carnegie Institution of Washington, News Clip Sheet, “Between the Stars” [July 30, 1934] and “Immigration Control” [August 2, 1934] ◙ Journal of Industry and Finance 8:10 (September 1934) ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ Saturday Evening Post  
C-4-5:3 Codification of American Immigration Laws - 1934 (N. Y. Report)Immigration Restriction League, Annual Report of the Executive Committee for the Year 1933 ◙ “Dr. H. H. Laughlin of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, who is in charge of the Eugenics Record Office of the Institution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, appeared before the House Committee…” ◙ Memorandum on Immigration ◙ Science Today, Daily Feature, January 7, 1935, “Imports of Crime” ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ John Ihlder, 1926 (3) F. O’Brien, n.d. ◙ Correspondence 1934 Waldemar Kampffert Joseph B. Gilder (2) Albert Johnson Franklin Davis (4)
C-4-5:4 Correspondence and Senate bills; Aliens and Relief, 1929; Immigration; Socially Inadequate, 1935 
March of Dimes Press Releases 5:8 ◙ The American Vindicator 1:1 (April 1939) ◙ Clipping: “Why Hauptmann was Possible,” Harold Tribune, February 16, 1935 ◙ Congressional Record, The Unemployment Problem and Immigration, Speech of  Hon. Robert R. Reynolds, February 23, 1939 ◙  The Unemployables [draft] ◙ The Unemployables ◙ 76th Congress, 1st Session, S. 407, January 5, 1939, A bill to further reduce immigration… ◙ 76th Congress, 1st Session, S. 408, January 5, 1939, A bill to provide for the national defense by the registration of aliens… ◙ 76th Congress, 1st Session, January 5, 1939, A bill to protect American labor and stimulate the employment of American citizens on American jobs… ◙ 76th Congress, 1st Session, January 5, 1939, A bill to provide for the deportation of aliens subsisting on relief… ◙ 76th Congress, 1st Session, January 5, 1939, A bill to provide for the deportation of aliens inimical to the public interest… ◙ “Construction of Superhighways in Pennsylvania” extension of remarks of Hon James J. Davis, July 17, 1939 ◙ “Foreign Relations” radio address by Hon. Robert Reynolds, January 24, 1939 ◙ “Undesirable Aliens” radio address by Hon. Robert R. Reynolds, February 13, 1939 ◙ Correspondence 1935  ▪ E. E. Free ◙ Correspondence 1938 Martin Dies Robert E. Stripling ◙ Correspondence 1939 Robert R. Reynolds Ford Motor Company Division of Special Surveys and Studies New York Sun (2) Atlantic Monthly
C-4-5:5 Edward Filene - Author - Immigration Articles 
“Immigration, Progress and Prosperity” by Edward A. Filene, Saturday Evening Post, July 28, 1923 ◙ Correspondence 1924-25  ▪ Edward A. Filene (2) Edward P. Pierce (2)
C-4-5:6 Mexican Migration to U. S.; Immigration from Western Hemisphere 
Galton Society, Wednesday, February 27, 1924 meeting agenda ◙ 10/17/22 memorandum requested by President John C. Merriam, of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, concerning the Immigration Studies Completed, those now being conducted, and those proposed by Harry H. Laughlin of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Outline of Proposed Research on Immigration and Racial and Nativity Groups in the United States ◙ Basic Principles Upon Which American Immigration Policy Should Be Built [draft] ◙ Outline of Mexican Hearing ◙ Mexican Immigration [draft] ◙ The six great series of events in Immigration have… ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Marcy 7, 1928, Remarks of Harry H. Laughlin, Eugenics Record Office,… ◙ Be it enacted: Section 1: That only white persons shall be admitted into the United States… ◙ The International View of Migration ◙ 2. Practical Means of Applying Eugenical Standard ◙ Biological Factors in Immigration [outline] ◙ Abstract of “Europe as an Emigrant-Exporting Continent and the United States as an Immigrant-Receiving Nation” ◙ Family Basis ◙ Standards ◙ Immigration Needs ◙ Weighting the Influence of Immigrants and Their Descendents Upon National Life ◙ 1. Seeking new data from first-hand sources… ◙ Practical Aspects of Immigration [draft outline] ◙ Disappearance of stock by the pure sire method.  Conversation with the Japanese in California on this point… ◙ The masque which entered consisted of four separate bands… ◙ The Several Filterings of the Immigrant Stream Directed Toward the United States ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ Wilbur Williams, n.d.   P. F. Snyder,1928 (2) John C. Merriam, 1930 (3)
C-4-5:7 Pan American Responses to Conquest by Immigration   
Correspondence 1939 ▪ George H. Blakeslee Correspondence 1940 Blanca Malaret for Domingo Ramos Jay F. W. Pearson  Domingo F. Ramos,1940-41 (4) ◙ Correspondence 1941 Leon DeBayle Julian R. Caceres Arturo Lares Colombian Embassy N. E. Rendell Adrian Recinos Francisco Najera Luis Fernandez Jacques C. Antoine M. L. Gericke Minister of El Salvador Canadian Legation Luis Guachalla Arno Konder
C-4-5:8 Publications Mailing List; Migration and Immigration Work, 1929 
Mailing list ◙ International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, June 26, 1928 [only three items listed on sheet 2 immigration 5 deportation 5 human migration]
C-4-5:9 Responses to Conquest by Immigration 
American Institute of Family Relations [brochure] ◙ News Letter, American Eugenics Society, California Division, 7:8 (May 1941) ◙ Department of Commerce, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Form M-49 ◙ Acknowledgments of receipt of Conquest by Immigration, 1941
C-4-5:10 Studies - Crime and Aliens, 1925; Alien Inadequates - 1930; Congressional Hearings, 1922   
Memorandum on Immigration Paper ◙ 10/10/22 Note on Immigration ◙ Definite Proposal for a New and More Thorough Study of Crime Among Aliens and the Descendants of Recent Immigrants in American Criminalistic Institutions ◙ Memorandum: Washington Immigration Trip [list] ◙ Memorandum on Immigration Work [list] ◙ Memorandum on Probably Quota-Immigration from Great Britain and Ireland after July 1, 1927 ◙ Birth, Death, and Marriage Statistics of Belgium, 1919 ◙ Belgium: Population Figures for 1910 to 1920 ◙ Literacy: 1910 ◙ Belgian Immigration and Emigration, 1919 ◙ A bill to provide for the examination of prospective immigrants before leaving their home countries… ◙ Analysis of America’s Modern Melting Pot, Hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, November 21, 1922,  67th Congress, 3rd Session, Serial 7-C, Statement of Harry H. Laughlin ◙ Proposal for a New and More Thorough Study of Crime Among the Several Racial, Social, and Economic Groups of the American Population ◙ Memorandum on Immigration Policy ◙ Note for Immigration Report [outline] ◙ Memorandum on Pan-American Immigration Studies ◙ Digest of the “Selective Immigration Act of 1924” ◙ Demonstration of Charts on Immigration and Differential Fecundity ◙  Consular Reports, William T. Hunt, Jr., Economic Aspect of Emigration from Barbados, June 10, 1922 ◙ Abstract of Article on Emigration, From the Barbados, Advocate, Jan. 16, 1920 ◙ The Eugenical Viewpoint or the Use of Eugenical Education ◙ Human Migration ◙ Racial and Diagnostic Records of Inmates of State Institutions [“Sample of schedule used in the Melting Pot Survey” written across top] ◙ Telegrams ▪ F. Trubee Davison, n.d. &1925 (3) Harry Olson, n.d. Leon F. Whitney, n.d. Correspondence Director of the Census, 1925-30 (2) Joseph A. Hill, 1930
C-4-5:11 Suggested Additions to Data for 1940 Census 
“A Definite Eugenical Use for the Census” by Harry H. Laughlin, Eugenics 2:3 (March 1929) ◙ Resolution to Present to the Congress of the United States, an Argument on the Desirability of Converting the Decennial Census into a Permanent Registry of the Whole Population ◙ Experimental Census and Registry [draft] ◙ Preparation for the United States Decennial Census of 1940 ◙ Responsibility for the Census of 1940 ◙ Dear Sir: Permit me to present several suggestions in reference to preparations for the sixteenth decennial census… ◙ III. Experimental Census and Registry ◙ 1. A Description of an Experimental Census and Registry as Tried Out in a Town in Connecticut in 1937 by Harry H. Laughlin ◙ Preparation for the Census of 1940 by Harry H. Laughlin ◙ Handwritten note ◙ Correspondence 1937-39 ▪ E. P Henry (3)
C-4-5:12 Why Amend 1929 Census Bill     
Urgent Action Necessary to Amend the Current Census Bill  ◙ Prompt Action Necessary if the Current Census Bill is to Provide for a Racial Analysis of the American People ◙ Proposed  Fifteen Population Census of the United States, 1930, and United States Population Registry data card
C-4-5:13 Yerkes - 1925; Problems in Human Migration - Immigration; Papers Human Migration 
“Reprint and Circular Series of the National Research Council, No. 58,” Journal of Personnel Research, 3 (October 1924) ◙ Proposal to Prepare and Examiner’s Manual for Selective Immigration on a Better Biological Basis ◙ A Proposed Statement of International Law in Reference to Human Migration, with Consideration for Its Eugenical Aspects ◙ Definite Proposal for Building Up From the Most Authoritative First-Hand Sources, a Statistical Table on Immigrant-Exporting and Immigrant-Receiving Nations, Give the Materials for Analyzing the Complex of Population Numbers, Quality, Density, and Rate of Increase, Economic Status, and the Balance of Trade in International Commerce, as Factors in the Determination [draft] ◙ Project for a Few Definite Investigations in Human Migration ◙ The Factors in Human Migration ◙ Declaration of Common Principles for the Guidance of International Migration ◙ Memorandum of Immigration Meeting, Thursday, February 12th, 12 o’clock noon, Murray Hill Hotel, New York City, Professor Robert M. Yerkes ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1925 ▪ Robert M. Yerkes (14) Albert Johnson Helen S. Morford International Labor Office 
   
C-4-6:1 1930 Census Clippings-Articles-National Origins 
“Presidential Address: Eugenical Research and national Welfare,” by Frank Babbott, Eugenical News (August 1927) ◙ More Comments from Distinguished on The Next Age of Man ◙ National Origins Provision of Immigration Law, Hearings Before the Committee on Immigration, United States Senate, 70th Congress, 2nd Session, on S. J. Res. 192…February 4, 6, 9,11, 13, 1929 ◙ “Our Immigration Legislation, a Critical Period,” a radio address by Francis H. Kinnicutt ◙ Congressional Record, “Alien Influences on American Immigration Policies,” radio address by Hon. Thomas A. Jenkins, of Ohio, on August 2, 1935 ◙  Act 10384, Feb. 5, 1917 [handwritten list of Representatives’ and Senators’ votes on act] ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1928 ▪ C. C. Pierce F. A. Cormelia R. C. Williams J. P. Hines [telegram]
C-4-6:2 A Useful Census for 1930 by Albert Johnson   
A Useful Census for 1930 by Albert Johnson, Representative in Congress of the Third District of the State of Washington, and Member of the House Committee on the Census ◙ Suggested Illustrations for a Useful Census for 1930 by Albert Johnson ◙ The United States Census [graph] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clipping, “Americans Urge World Statistics” ◙ Correspondence 1928-32 ▪ Albert Johnson (7)
C-4-6:3 Bunker-Letters-Immigration Articles  
Notes on Activities of the Eugenics Record Office ◙ Correspondence 1929  ▪ Frank F. Bunker (8) Benjamin M. Day (4)
C-4-6:4 Census 1940 Correspondence      
List of Persons to Whom the Census-Registry Letter was Sent Last Week [March 6, 1939 written above in pencil] ◙ The Sample Census for 1940 ◙ By the Eugenics Research Association, at New York City, On June 2, 1938, A Resolution to Present to the Congress of the United States and Argument on the Desirability of Converting the Decennial Census into a Permanent Registry of the Whole Population ◙ 3. Experimental Town Census: Items Required to Make the Census of Genetical Value ◙ 71st Congress, 3rd Session, House of Representatives, Rept. 2710, Pts. 1 and 2, Temporary Restriction of Immigration, February 17, 1931, Mr. Johnson of Washington, from the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, submitted the following report (to accompany H. J. Res. 500) ◙ 71st Congress, 3rd Session, House Calendar No. 534, H. J. Res. 500 ◙ “Foreign Relations,” radio address by Hon. Robert R. Reynolds of North Carolina, (printed in the Congressional Record of January 24, 1939) ◙ “The Unemployment Problem and Immigration,” speech of Hon. Robert R. Reynolds of North Carolina, in the Senate of the United States, February 23, 1939,” Congressional Record ◙ III. Experimental Census and Registry ◙ Population Association of America, September, 1938, To Association Members: A special committee has been appointed… ◙ Eugenics Seeks to Improve the Natural, Physical, Mental and Temperamental Qualities of the Human Family [brochure] ◙ Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Genetics, Eugenics Record Office… [small brochure] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, Inc., n.d. J. P. Hines, 1931 ◙ Correspondence 1938 Brooks Fletcher (2) Albert Edward Wiggam (2) South Trimble (2) William H. Larrabee [January 26, 1939 handwritten over date; Matthew A. Dunn handwritten over inside address] ◙ Correspondence 1939 John B. Trevor (3) Robert R. Reynolds Josiah William Bailey The President  Robert E. McConnell Wickliffe P. Draper Harry L. Hopkins William L. Austin Robert R. Reynolds (2) Bennett Champ Clark (2) Wallace White, Jr. Francis Maloney (2) M. H. McIntyre J. Frederic Dewhurst  Willard L. Thorp Matthew A. Dunn W. L. Austin R. B. Patterson C. M. Goethe Saturday Evening Post T. V. Smith Claude Pepper M. R. Benedict
C-4-6:5 Citizens Committee on Immigration, 1928   
Foreign or American Control of Congress? 
C-4-6:6 Committee on Immigration and Naturalization Hearings -- Statements by Harry Laughlin  
Exhibit I (a), Biological Aspects of Immigration, April 16-17, 1920 ◙ Exhibit I (b), Analysis of America's Modern Melting Pot, November 21, 1922 ◙ Exhibit I (c), Europe as an Emigrant-Exporting Continent and the United States as an Immigrant-Receiving Nation, March 8, 1924 ◙ Exhibit I (d), The Eugenical Aspects of Deportation, February 21, 1928 ◙ Exhibit I (e), American History in Terms of Human Migration, March 7, 1928
C-4-6:7 Correspondence - Census 1940     
Responsibility for the Census of 1940 ◙ Report of the Secretary of Commerce, Bureau of the Census ◙ Standing, Select, and Special Committees of the House of Representatives of the United States, 76th Congress, January 24, 1939 ◙ List of Committees of the Senate of the United States, for the 76th Congress, February 23, 1939 ◙ Correspondence 1939 ▪ Matthew A. Dunn (5)  Bureau of Census Director Laughlin [handwritten at top: sample, 60] Josiah W. Bailey (2) Roger Williamson Theodore G. Bilbo Morris Sheppard
C-4-6:8 Immigration Analysis Materials to use as Sources-1925 
A Definite Project for Completing Deportation Studies Already Begun ◙ Definite Proposal for Building Up, From the Most Authoritative First-Hand Sources, A Statistical Table on Emigrant-Exporting and Immigrant-Receiving nations, Giving the Materials for Analyzing the Complex of  (a) Population Numbers, Quality, Density, and Rate of Increase; (b) Economic Status; and (c) the Balance of Trade in International Commerce, as Factors in the Determination of Human Migration Pressure and Resistance ◙ Proposal to Work Out the Necessary Tests, and to Prepare and Examiner’s Manual for Selective Immigration on a Better Biological Basis ◙ Analysis of American Immigration at Its Sources, Present Status of this Research ◙ Clipping: “Relaxing Quotas for Exiles Fought,” New York Times, May 4, 1934, p. C7
C-4-6:9 Immigration Laws, Hearings, Correspondence-1935; Deportation 
74th Congress, 1st Session, H. R. 2008, …January 3, 1935, Mr. Dies introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…a bill to further restrict immigration into the United States ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session…January 3 (calendar day, January 4), 1935, Mr. Dies introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…a bill to provide for the deportation of certain alien seamen, and for other purposes ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, H. J. Res. 69…January 9, 1935, Mr. Dies introduced the following joint resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…Joint Resolution creating in the Department of Justice a Bureau of Alien Deportation ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, H. R. 5921…February 19, 1935, Mr. Dies introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…a bill to authorize the prompt deportation of criminals and certain other aliens, to guard against the separation from their families of certain law-abiding aliens, to further restrict immigration into the United States, and for other purposes ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, H. R. 6367…March 4, 1935, Mr. Taylor of Tennessee introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…a bill to authorize the prompt deportation of criminals and certain other aliens, to guard against the separation from their families of certain law-abiding aliens, to further restrict immigration into the United States, and for other purposes ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, S. 2174…March 4 (calendar day, March 6), 1935, Mr. Johnson introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Immigration, a bill to provide means by which certain Filipinos can emigrate from the United States ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, H. R. 7079…March 28, 1935, Mr. Green introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization…a bill to authorize the prompt deportation of habitual criminals and habitual aliens, to guard against the separation from their families of certain law-abiding aliens, to deport direct-action Communists, to further restrict immigration into the United States, and for other purposes ◙ “America for Americans,” radio address of Martin Dies, of Texas, Monday, May 6, 1935 ◙ 74th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Rept. 1110, Pt. 2, Deportation of Criminals, Preservation of Family Unites, Permit Noncriminal Aliens to Legalize their Status, June 10, 1935, Minority Views to Accompany H. R. 8163 ◙ Statistics on Foreign-Born Persons in the United States, Hearings Before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, 74th Congress, 1st Session, on Number of Alien in the United States, Mexican Immigration, Number Illegally in the United States, Number of Seamen Unlawfully in the United States, Incorrect Figures Deplored, June 20, 1935, Hearing No. 74-1-7 ◙ Immigration Restriction League, “The Coming Immigration Issue” press release ◙ To the Press [handwritten below C. M. Goethe letterhead] [includes the enclosure, “The above diagram shows how the Law of Differential Birth Rates works… Immigration Study Commission leaflet] ◙ “Aliens in the United States and Those Here Illegally,” extension of remarks of Hon. Martin Dies of Texas…May 31, 1935, Congressional Record-Appendix ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ Martin Dies (2) Theodore G. Holcombe George Smith (6) William Schuyler John B. Trevor’s secretary D. W. MacCormack
C-4-6:10 Immigration, Population Controls, and Economic Problems 
Clippings ◙ “Wise Man's Burden,” by Joseph Jastrow, Current History (January 1938) ◙ “W. P. A,”. by Corrington Gill, Current History (January 1938) ◙ An Act to Limit the Immigration of Aliens to the United States and for Other Purposes [draft] ◙ Memorandum of Amendment Which May Have to be Added to Section 5 ◙ Suggested Program for Current Immigration Legislation ◙ John C Box Correspondence ▪1929 (7) 1930 (6)
C-4-6:11 International Labor Office - Immigration   
“The International Labor Organization, 1920-1924,” reprint from Handbook on the League of Nations, World Peace Foundation Pamphlets, 7:3-4 ◙ Publications of the International Labour Office, Catalogue No. 3 ◙ Progress Report, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., May 15, 1929 ◙ News-Bulletin, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. No. 33 (September 16, 1929) ◙ Memorandum on Proposed Plan of Organization of an International Bureau of Migrations ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence ▪ Leifur Magnusson,1924-29 (8)   International Labor Office,1928-29 (3) World Peace Foundation,1929 (2) National Bureau of Economic Research,1929 (2)
C-4-6:12 Letters-Committee on Naturalization and Immigration 
Classification Based on Etiology ◙ Many factors in regard to etiology are necessarily not to be obtained in the case of large numbers of institutional patients… ◙ Correspondence 1922 ▪ William T. Shanahan (3)
C-4-6:13 Mexican Immigration             
“Restriction of Mexican Immigration, Remarks of Hon. John C. Box of Texas…February 9, 1928,” Congressional Record, 70th Congress, 1st Session ◙ Clipping, “Johnson Alien Bill Vigorously Opposed” ◙ Correspondence 1928-29  ▪ John C. Box (4) C. M. Goethe (2) Charles B. Davenport John C. Merriam (2)
C-4-6:14 Population Schedule, Population Increase-Trend of Death Rates 
Trend of Death Rates of 37 Countries, 1808-1929 [graph] ◙ Crude Death Rates of 37 Countries, 1808-1929 [chart] ◙ Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940, Population Schedule [blank form] ◙ Population Increase of 38 Countries, 1800-1930 [graph] ◙ Population Increase of 38 Countries, 1800-1930 [chart] ◙ Trend of Rates of Natural Increase of 37 Countries, 1808-1929 [graph] ◙ Rates of Natural Increase of 37 Countries, 1808-1929
C-4-6:15 Population Study, Census Bill, etc.  1930 Census   
Population Schedule used in the Thirteenth Census, 1910, modified by inserting columns 11a and 11b providing for recording the name of the father… ◙ Instruction to Enumerators, Fourteenth Census, January 1, 1920 ◙ Application for Appointment as Census Enumerator, Fifteen Census [blank] ◙ Thirteenth Census, 1910, Population Schedule [blank] ◙ Thirteenth Census, 1910, Illustrative Example of Manner of Filling Population Schedule ◙ Fourteenth Census, 1920, Population Schedule [blank] ◙ Fifteenth Census, 1930, Illustrative Example of Completed Population Schedule ◙ Proposed Fifteenth Census and Population Registry card [blank form] ◙ 71st Congress, 1st Session, S. 2, in the Senate of the United States, April 18, 1929…a bill to provide for the fifteenth and subsequent decennial censuses ◙ 71st Congress, 1st Session, S. 3, in the Senate of the United States, April 18, 1929…a bill to provide for apportionments of Representatives in Congress ◙  Population Schedule for the Census of 1930, “The Tentative Population Schedule, 1929” prepared by the Bureau of the Census, quite properly dropped the item “Mother Tongue”… ◙ Use of the Proposed Amendment to the Census Bill ◙ Proposed Amendment to the Bill Providing for the Fifteenth and Each Subsequent Census ◙ “Population Schedule for the Census of 1920,” by Harry H. Laughlin, Journal of Heredity, 10:5 (May 1919) ◙ Population Schedule for the Census of 1930, It is desirable to add to the 1930 census… ◙ Draft of Provisions of Eugenical Value Proposed for Incorporation into the “Act to Provide for the Fifteenth (1930) and Subsequent Decennial Censuses.” [draft] ◙ A Needed Amendment of the Census Bill: 1929 ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ Leon E. Truesdell Virginia Davis (2) 
C-4-6:16 Preliminary Memorandum on the International Aspect of Deportation 
Preliminary Memorandum on the International Aspect of Deportation [proof copy] ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Classification Standards to be Followed in Preparing Data for the Schedule, “Racial and Diagnostic Records of Inmates of State Institutions” by Harry H. Laughlin, 1922 ◙ “Standard Methods in Research Surveys,” by Charles B. Davenport, National Conference of Social Work, 1919 ◙ Immigration: Yugoslavia expelling Austrians who apply for any job in Yugoslavia…
C-4-6:17 Proposed Amendment to Census Bill – 1930 
On April…we called your attention to a provision which,… [draft letter] ◙ Use of the Proposed Amendment to the Census Bill ◙ A Needed Amendment to the Census Bill: 1929 ◙ Handwritten note ◙ Correspondence 1929 ▪ Willis C. Hawley (2) Lewis W. Douglas 
C-4-6:18 Registration of Aliens - 1931; Miscellaneous Immigration and Emigration Notes and Clippings 
Patients in All Hospitals for Mental Disease: 1933 ◙ Universal Registration ◙ From Our Field Correspondent – For Immediate release, Athens, Greece, August, 19126 ◙ Emigration Pressure from Greece ◙ Notes on Exiling and Banishing of Paupers and Criminals ◙ All good Americans should wake up to alien propaganda and insist on the destruction of such… ◙ Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, at the regular monthly meeting…held October 5, 1922, the following report and resolution, submitted by its Executive Committee, was unanimously adopted:  Registration ◙ Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, at the regular monthly meeting…held January 8, 1925, the following Preamble and Resolutions, presented by its Executive Committee, was unanimously adopted: Alien Registration ◙ Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, at the annual meeting…held May 6, 1926, the following Report and Resolutions, presented by its Executive Committee, was unanimously adopted:  Alien Deportation and Registration ◙  Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, at the regular monthly meeting…held January 8, 1931, the following Report and Resolutions, presented by its Executive Committee, was unanimously adopted: Registration of Aliens Recommended ◙ Immigration Notes ◙ Fifteenth Decennial Census-Apportionments of Representatives in Congress, Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, United State Senate, 71st Congress, 1st Session, S. 2…and S. 3…April 18, 1929 ◙ House of Representatives, Committee on Immigration and Naturalization Legislative Calendar, 70th Congress, 1st Session, Final Edition, May 29, 1928 ◙ Numerical Limitations, Immigration Act of 1924 as Amended March 4, 1927 ◙ Proposed Census Card [enlargement] ◙ “Americans All,” Collier’s, March 17, 1928 ◙ “Also Register Aliens,” by John B. Trevor, The Federal Juror, May 1932 ◙ “Are Americans Hyphenated? A Reply to ‘Big Bill Thompson’” by Edward R. Lewis, The Outlook, March 14, 1928 ◙ Clippings ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Correspondence 1930 ▪ H. G. Dunlap and Harry Laughlin (4) [Registration and Deportation of Aliens enclosed]
C-4-6:19

Report to Dr. Davenport of Eugenics Work in Europe, 1923

International Commission of Eugenics, Annual meeting to be held at Lund early in September 1923, Agenda ◙ Meeting of International Commission at Lund-1923 ◙ handwritten notes ◙ Office Belge D’Eugenique, Institut Solvay de Sociologie ◙ Institut Miltaire D’Education Physique Fische Physiologique [blank form] ◙ Institute Militaire D’Edication Physique Fioche Medicale [blank form] ◙ Dr. Albert Govaerts business card ◙ Correspondence 1923-24 Dr. Albert Govaerts (16) Francis Benedict Charles Davenport 

C-4-6:20 State of N. Y. Study         
Letchworth Village Summer School for the Study of Mental Deficiency ◙ Program for the Letchworth Village Summer School for the Study of Mental Deficiency [schedule] ◙ “Science and Immigration,” New York Times, August 12, 1934 ◙ Correspondence 1934 ▪ Edward J. Humphreys (4) Frederick W. Parsons (2)
   
C-4-7:1 Immigration Report -- Letters in Response, 1934    
American History in Terms of Human Migration, Extract from Haring before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, 70th Congress, 1st Session, March 7, 1928 ◙ The Scientific Method, Complied According to Advice Received from Scientists Studying Inanimate Nature ◙ Phototaxy ◙ Note on the Theory of Induced Factors ◙ Notes on Engrams ◙ Memorandum-Administration of Justice ◙ Memorandum, Crossing-over and its effect… ◙ Memorandum – Measures of Consanguinity ◙ Memorandum, the co-parent and co-parent’s family… ◙ Statistical Studies ◙ Dr. Robert S. Woodward listed the following five stages… ◙ Heredity and Environment or Condition ◙ A. Chromosome Evolution ◙ Time and History ◙ Demonstrations ◙ The Constituent Unit and the Whole as an Organism ◙ Size of Population in Relation to Time and Possibilities of Evolution ◙ Handwritten notes ◙ Clippings ◙ Postcards acknowledging receipt of  “A Report of the Special Committee on Immigration and Alien Insane”, May-June 1934 : Eugene Fischer Nutrition Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington American Museum of Natural History Osborn Library, American Museum of Natural History Goucher College Galton Laboratory Aiefer Hochaeblung ◙ Correspondence 1933 ▪ Willford I. King  ◙ Correspondence 1934 Immigration Restriction League Theodore G. Holcombe John H. Pershing’s Secretary Ephraim Cross Charles E. Martin (2) Henry W. Toll Waldemar Kaempffert  Committee of 10, Asylum for Refugees Clive E. Parsons and Laughlin  unidentified Samuel M. Gup  Hyman Achinstein Charles E. Martin (2) W. L. Austin Sam Beber Holcombe  Horatio M. Pollock J. B. Jennings Otis W. Caldwell Mary H. Rumsey (2)   Gilbert Grosvenor Caroline H. Robinson T. N. Carver O. E. Baker Henry Pratt Fairchild Elizabeth Howe Irving Fisher Charles Stewart Davison Henry Ford (2) Albert Johnson Simon Flexner Homer S. Cummings William Stanley Victor Delfino John E. Hoover (2) Eugene Fair J. S. Boggess (2) J. F. ? Howard C. Rowley (2) Esther Dodge Rudolph M. Binder E. S. Gosney (2) McClatchy (5)  [enclosures: California Joint Immigration Committee letter, August 30, 1934 (partial) and clipping and Japanese Dual Citizenship-Japan’s Law in Regard Thereto] R. H. Postlethwaite (2) Madison Grant Samuel Callaway (2) John C. Merriam ◙ Correspondence 1935   Rosina Hahn Henry Fletcher Ernest Angell
C-4-7:2 Immigration Reports of Committee on Selective Immigration, 1924-25-28-29 
First, Second, Third, and Fourth Reports of the Committee on Selective Immigration of the Eugenics Society of the United States of America ◙ First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Reports of the Allied Patriotic Societies, Inc.
C-4-7:3 International Migration Service, 1925   
European Sidelights on the Quota Law, reprinted from the New York Times, April 19, 1925 ◙ A Venture in Practical Internationalism ◙ The Immigrant 4:8 (April 1925) ◙ International Migration Service is a international enterprise, whose aim is to investigate and ameliorate the far-reaching social consequences arising from migration… 10/1/1924 ◙ Correspondence 1924-25 Emily Brown and Harry Laughlin (2) Elinor Prudden (2) International Migration Service
C-4-7:4 Interstate Migration from Eugenics Point of View 
Notes on Interstate Migration from the Eugenical Point of View ◙ Analysis of the Harry B. Price Project for Population Study in China ◙ Clipping, “Text of Stryker Recommendations to Better the Administration…,” New York Times, July 8, 1935 [incomplete] ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ John C. Merriam (4)   W. M. Gilbert (3) Samuel Callaway
C-4-7:5 Philippine Island Immigrants-1935  
June 8, 1934, General Order No. 209, Subject: Application of Immigration Laws to citizens of the Philippine Islands ◙ July 23, 1935 General Order No. 218, Subject: Voluntary Emigration of Certain Filipinos from the United States ◙ Correspondence 1935 ▪ Edward J. Shaughnessy
C-4-7:6 Population - Clippings and Materials  
“Population Growth and Housing Demand,” by Warren S. Thompson, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (March 1937) ◙ “Population Growth--its Vital Statistics and Public Health Aspects,” by Warren S. Thompson, American Journal of Public Health 28:11 (November 1938) ◙ “Levels of Living and Population Pressure,” by Warren S. Thompson and P. K. Whelpton, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (July 1938)  ◙ America for Americans, radio address of Hon. Martin Dies of  Texas, Monday, May 6, 1935 ◙ Congressional Record, 68th Congress, 1st Session, Extension of Remarks of Hon. Albert Johnson of Washington, in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, June 4, 1924 ◙ Photographs, wall displays ◙ “The Delusion of Race,” Nature 137:3468 (April 18, 1936) ◙ The Homicide Record for 1931 ◙ The Suicide Record for 1933 ◙ Population Prospect by Dr. O. E. Baker ◙ Clippings ◙ Correspondence ▪ A. W. Schopp, 1932 O. E. Baker, 1934 (2)
C-4-7:7 Reprints-N. Y. Times Editorial, August 12, 1934; Saturday Evening Post, August 1934; N. Y. Conquest by Immigration 
“Relaxing Quotas for Exiles Fought,” New York Times, May 4, 1934 ◙ New York Times editorial, August 12, 1934 ◙ “A Long-Wanted Textbook,” Saturday Evening Post, August 4, 1934

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