Martin Bickham papers
MSBick76

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Bickham, Martin Hayes
Title
Martin Bickham papers
ID
MSBick76
Date [inclusive]
1903-1972
Extent
134.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
Rev. Martin Hayes Bickham (October 7, 1880 - May, 1976) was a minister, sociologist, civil rights activist, and civil liberties advocate. The Martin Bickham Papers contain agendas, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, by-laws, clippings, correspondence, journals, letters, manuscripts, maps, pamphlets, artifacts, photographs, plans, posters, proceedings, research notes, resolutions, speeches, and reports spanning the mid-1920s through about 1971.

Preferred Citation

Martin Bickham papers, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Biographical Sketch

Rev. Martin Hayes Bickham (October 7, 1880 - May, 1976) was a minister, sociologist, civil rights activist, and civil liberties advocate. Bickham held a wide variety of interests that involved him a number of significant activities. His Methodist background predisposed him to much of this work. He was employed by the YMCA in the 1910s and through the World War I period. Bickham was an ordained a minister by the Methodist Church and also earned his PhD in Sociology from the University of Chicago in 1922 with the dissertation "The Scientific Antecedents of the Sociology of Auguste Comte." Throughout the 1920s Bickham studied and spoke on student issues. During the Depression he served on the Illinois Emergency Relief Commission's Work Relief Committee. Then, during World War II, Bickham worked as a missionary touring the United States as a chaplain to American soldiers.

Martin Bickham's work brought him into a leading role in addressing the issues of his times. Throughout the thirties Bickham was involved in the rights of the disabled and he advocated for civil rights by the mid-forties and for fair housing by the mid to late fifties. Bickham also became a member of the Illinois chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) at this time and remained active with that group for nearly two decades. He also advocated throughout his life - and especially after the repeal of Prohibition - voluntary temperance, a view in harmony with his religious outlook.

As a scholar Bickham worked on a number of manuscripts throughout his life, many of which were never published. Some were never even completed. For nearly a decade at the end of this life Bickham worked on a manuscript, "A History of Racism," which never saw publication. An early draft was submitted to several publishers including the University of Chicago Press. His last manuscript was "Human Rights in Lincoln Land." It was circulated among Illinois legislators in the early 1970s and was published by the Wilmette Human Relations Committee.

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Scope and Contents

The Martin Bickham Papers contain agendas, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, by-laws, clippings, correspondence, journals, letters, manuscripts, maps, pamphlets, artifacts, photographs, plans, posters, proceedings, research notes, resolutions, speeches, and reports spanning the mid-1920s through about 1971. The bulk of the material covers the 1930s, 1950s and 1960s.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives February 2006

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United States. Works Progress Administration.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Race relations.

Personal Name(s)

  • Bickham, Martin Hayes -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Chicago African American History.
  • Chicago Political and Civic Life.
  • Evangelistic work.
  • Methodism.
  • People with disabilities -- Employment.
  • Race discrimination -- Illinois -- Chicago.
  • Temperance.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Family and Personal Papers 

Subseries A: Subject Files 1920s-1950s 

This subseries contains correspondence, date books, letters, manuscripts, clippings, bulletins, transcripts, pamphlets, artifacts, photographs, meetings, notes, reports, and research notes. The files cover a range of organizations and interests of Bickham from his early work to the 1950s. Material is arranged chronologically followed by subject. 

Box Folder

Manuscript correspondence, 1920s 

1 1

Correspondence, 1935-1936 

1 2

Higher Education talk, ca. 1929 

1 3

Notes on college, ca. 1930 

1 4

College life analyses, undated 

1 5

College life analyses, ca. 1928 

1 6

Correspondence, 1929-1930 

1 7

Correspondence, 1928-1929 

1 8

Correspondence, 1927-1928 

1 9

Correspondence, 1929-1931 

1 10

Correspondence, 1929 

1 11

Studies in Sociology, 1937-1938 

1 12

Pamphlets, 1900-1905 

2 13

Photo, undated 

2 14

Federal Civil Works Photos, 1934 

2 15

American League for Peace and Democracy, 29 October 1939 

2 16

American League for Peace and Democracy, 29 October 1939 

2 17

Wilmette Life, 1947 

3 18

Pamphlets and reports, 1933-1950 

3 19

Illinois poverty, 1925-1930 

3 20

Scott Bedford - Unemployment and Relief manuscript, ca. 1931 

3 21

Scott Bedford - Unemployment and Relief manuscript, ca. 1931 

3 22

YMCA notes, ca. 1924 

4 23

Religion and church notes, 1914 

4 24

Bickham identifying documents and notes, 1918-1967 

4 25

Addresses for new curriculum, 1939 

4 26

Addresses for new curriculum, 1939 

4 27

Miscellaneous materials, ca. 1919-1936 

4 28

Chicago publications, 1936, 1938 

5 29

Materials for University of Illinois courses, 1930-1931 

5 30

Theories and methods of social case work, 1929 

5 31

Rural welfare organization - E. T. Heller, November 9, 1928 

5 32

Educational sociology, 1931 

5 33

Social analysis of college communities notes, 1931 

5 34

WPA bulletin, December 1936 

6 35

WPA bulletin, November 1936 

6 36

Emerson Bradshaw radio talk, 1938 

6 37

Pamphlets, 1924-1938 

6 38

Reports and pamphlets on sociology of agriculture, 1938 

6 39

Landlord and tenant on the cotton plantation study, 1931 

6 40

Talks at Ft. Bliss, September 1944 

6 41

Notes for unfinished manuscript, September 1945 

6 42

American Bible Society, 1946-1947 

7 43

Church Federation - United Church Movement - 29 September 1947 

7 44

National Christian Mission - Duluth - 23-28 February 1942 

7 45

Coffeyville Mission, 26-30 January 1942 

7 46

Methodism and American Workers, 20 January 1941 

7 47

Methodism and American Workers, 20 January 1941 

7 48

Religious in the American labor market (Minneapolis) - 15 October 1940 

7 49

Chicago Christian Mission, 15 January 1940 

7 50

Atomic Energy - clippings and correspondence, 1945 

8 51

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Chicago, 1947 

8 52

American People's Encyclopedia, 1952 

8 53

Swets & Zeitlinger publishing, 1958 

8 54

Louis Wirth clippings, 1952 

8 55

Alaskan development, 1940 

8 56

Statement of Cooperation - Illinois Employment Services and Board of Vocational Education, 1939 

8 57

Procedures in the counseling and testing service, undated 

8 58

Chicago traffic study, 1932 

8 59

Church publications, 1933 and 1942 

8 60

E. F. Bamford, Tuberculosis Institute, 1953 

8 61

Suggestions for types of message, September 1943 

8 62

Notes on speeches, 1943 

8 63

Scrap book - clippings and biography on Bickham, ca. 1950 

9 64

Correspondence and photos, ca. 1950 

9 65

Contacts and notes, 1950 

9 66

Datebook, 1950 

9 67

Contacts and notes, 1950 

9 68

Chicago Defender, correspondence and memoranda, 17 June 1950 

9 69

Arkansas, 4-6 July 1950 

9 70

El Buen Pastor Church, 16 July 1950 

9 71

Los Angeles materials, 1950 

9 72

ACLU - Trumbull Park Hower Report, 17 January 1957 

10 73

Trumbull Park, 1956 

10 74

Nazism and Anti-Semitism, 1960 

10 75

Glencoe Meetings, March 18, 1960 

10 76

White Circle League, 1949-1962 

10 77

Trumbull Park House Committee of CAD, April 1954 

10 78

Desegregation and Integration in Chicago, September 1956-1958 

10 79

Notes on moral and ethical aspects of racism, ca. 1963 

11 80

Notes on moral and ethical aspects of racism, ca. 1963 

11 81

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, ca. 1962 

11 82

Talk for Glenview Library, 30 January 1962 

11 83

Des Plaines, 8 February 1962 

11 84

Des Plaines meetings, 1961-1962 

11 85

Skokie meeting, 25 May 1961 

11 86

State Commission, 17 May 1960 

11 87

Park Forest, January 1960 

11 88

State of Illinois reports and clippings, 1958-1960 

11 89

York Center picnic, 4 September 1966 

12 90

York Center picnic, 4 September 1966 

12 91

York Center picnic, 4 September 1966 

12 92

York Center picnic, 4 September 1966 

12 93

Evanston Human Relations Inventory, 1964 

12 94

Freedom of Residence International Conference, 24-26 March 1966 

12 95

Civil Rights issues - John McKnight explanations, February 1966 

12 96

Civil Rights issues - John McKnight explanations, February 1966 

12 97

Civil Rights issues - John McKnight explanations, February 1966 

12 98

Notes - Freedom of Residence International conference, 24-26 March 1966 

12 99

Personal correspondence, 1965 

13 100

Personal correspondence, 1966 

13 101

Commission on human relations and ecumenism, 1966-1967 

13 102

Notre Dame conference work shops, 14 February 1969 

13 103

Youth culture statement, 1968 

13 104

Notre Dame materials, 14-16 February 1969 

13 105

Schools and Education, 1969 

13 106

Statements on alienation, 1 December 1968 

13 107

Statement on youth culture, 11 November 1968 

13 108

"Understanding and rejection of racism" manuscript, 1969 

13 109

Foundation for Freedom and Democracy meeting, 5 December 1970 

13 110

List of new state legislators and their positions on open housing, 1966 

13 111

Reports - Freedom of Residence conference, 1968 

13 112

Race relations, 1950 

14 113

Campaign, 1963 

14 114

Visitations, 1967 

14 115

Volunteers, 1967 

14 116

Testimony, 1967 

14 117

Testimony, 1967 

14 118

Testimony, 1967 

14 119

Testimony, 1967 

14 120

Joint Action Board - mailing lists - undated 

14 121

Mailing lists - general, ca. 1967 

14 122

Clippings on Socialists, 8 June 1969 

15 123

New Democratic Coalition, January 1969-May 1970 

15 124

Campus Radicalism Clippings, 1969 

15 125

Materials on "Discussions of Violence", June 1969 

15 126

Rights in Conflict, January-June 1969 

15 127

Kerner Commission clippings and government commission reports, 1968-1969 

15 128

Equal Opportunity Housing Center, 31 December 1972 

15 129

Malcolm X College Meeting, 1972 

15 130

"The Outlook for Freedom and Justice in Our Time" Manuscript, 17-19 March, 1972 

15 131

Notes on Readings, Mississippi, March 1972 

15 132

Notes, ca. 1970 

16 133

Council of Europe clippings, April 1970 

16 134

. Equal opportunity seminar, June-September 1971 

16 135

. Equal opportunity seminar, June-September 1971 

16 135

Foundation for Freedom and Democracy, 26-27 March 1971 

16 136

New Illinois constitution - Democratic principles, 1971 

16 137

Correspondence and clippings, ca. 1971 

17 138

Supreme Court matters, September 1971 

17 139

Mullenbach Industrial Institute, 6 March 1941 

17 140

Wilmette Family Welfare, 1940 

17 141

New Trier Township Relief Advisory Committee, 1937 

17 142

Fair Housing legislation, 1967 

17 143

Legislation, 1967 

17 144

Legislation, 1967 

17 145

Census Data, August 1970 

18 146

New politics, summer 1970 

18 147

New politics, summer 1970 

18 148

Impeachment charges against Justice Douglas, 16 April 1970 

18 149

Purposes of the Bill of Rights, 23 April 1970 

18 150

McGovern and Politics, 1971 

18 151

Correspondence on "recognition reception", 25 October 1970 

18 152

Wilmette Human Relations Committee - support for new constitution, 4 January 1970 

18 153

Recognition reception, 25 October 1970 

18 154

Recognition reception, 25 October 1970 

18 155

Notes on "energy", 1972 

18 156

Materials for Carbondale conference, 21 November 1970 

19 157

Papers prepared for second interpretation of Illinois Constitution, 10 October 1970 

19 158

Paper at Champaign [incomplete copies], 10 April 1970 

19 159

Plans for Champaign conference, 10-11 April 1970 

19 160

Second Freeport conference on racial justice, 5-7 September1969 

19 161

Material on third interpretation of proposed Illinois Constitution (Carbondale), 14 November 1970 

19 162

. Clippings - New Illinois constitution, ca. 1971 

19 163

. Clippings, ca. 1970 

19 163

Miscellaneous material on Illinois constitution, 1970 

19 164

Cellini manuscript draft, undated 

20 165

Copy of Cellini study, undated 

20 166

Cellini manuscript, undated 

20 167

Cellini manuscript, undated 

20 168

Personality manuscript and Lake Geneva conference, 1926 

20 169

Personality materials and Lake Geneva conference, 1926 

20 170

Personality thesis submitted to Dr. Small for critique, 21 June 1921 

20 171

Original manuscript on personality thesis 

20 172

Subseries B: Notes and correspondence 

This subseries contains clippings, notes, and correspondence, manuscripts arranged chronologically covering 1931-1973. 

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1967-1968 

21 173

Correspondence, 1967-1968 

21 174

Correspondence and statements, ca. 1967 

21 175

Correspondence, 1966-1967 

21 176

Notations from conference reports, 1956 

21 177

Board of Social and Economic Relations, October 1956 

21 178

Correspondence, ca. 1972-1973 

22 179

Correspondence and civil rights report, ca. 1971 

22 180

Correspondence - Work Relief Committee, 1931-1933 

22 181

Listen articles and Correspondence, 1957-1964 

22 182

Listen articles and Correspondence, 1957-1958 

22 183

Listen articles and Correspondence, 1957 

22 184

Listen articles and Correspondence, 1957 

22 185

Papers by Ed Rettich for study, 1967 

23 186

Papers by Ed Rettich for study, 1967 

23 187

Federation of Churches - General Board - 1965-1967 

23 188

Conference on preserving the democratic process, 10 June 1965 

23 189

Personal correspondence, 1962-1965 

23 190

Personal correspondence, 1964-1965 

23 191

Personal correspondence, 1965-1966 

23 192

Correspondence [samples], Christmas, 1973 

24 193

Correspondence and clippings, McGovern campaign, 1972 

24 194

Kerner clippings, 1971 

24 195

Correspondence [samples], 1973 

24 196

Correspondence [samples], 1968-1974 

24 197

Correspondence [samples], 1968-72 

24 198

Meeting reminder, undated 

25 199

Notes on books, 1969 

25 200

Personal correspondence, 1972 

25 201

Noted from Alice Van Raden, 1971 

25 202

[Sample] Correspondence, Christmas, 1971 

25 203

[Sample] Correspondence, Christmas, 1971 

25 204

[Sample] Correspondence, 1971-1972 

25 205

[Sample] Correspondence, Christmas, 1972 

25 206

Correspondence, 1969-1970 

26 207

Correspondence, 1969-1970 

26 208

Correspondence, 1973-1974 

26 209

Date books, 1952-1966 

27 210

Note cards, undated 

28 211

Note cards, undated 

29 212

Diary and date book, 1907 and 1915 

30 213

Date books, 1914-1922 

30 214

Diaries, 1932-1943 

30 215

. University of Chicago Alumni Association citation for public service, undated 

30 216

. Miscellaneous 

30 216

Diaries, 1946-1949 

31 217

Daily Planner, 1945 

31 218

Daily Planner, 1946 

31 219

Daily Planner, 1947 

31 220

Daily Planner, 1948 

31 221

Daily Planner, 1949 

32 222

Diaries, 1944-1945 

32 223

Daily Planner, 1950 

32 224

ACLU Special Award, 1965 

32 225

Miscellaneous materials, 1970 

32 226

Clippings - Chicago Eight, 10 January 1969 

32 227

Clippings - Nixon protests, 1969 

32 228

Clippings, 1966 

33 229

Migratory and agricultural labor, 1966-1967 

33 230

Operation Breadbasket, undated 

33 231

Clippings, 1967 

33 232

Clippings, 1967 

33 233

Clippings, 1967 

33 234

Clippings, 1967 

33 235

Clippings, 1967 

33 236

Miscellaneous housing materials, 1967 

33 237

Subseries C: Clippings and Diaries 

This subseries contains clippings, notes, and artifacts arranged chronologically from 1919 to 1972. 

Box Folder

Scrap book - clippings, 1927-1930 

34 238

Scrap book - clipping, 1919 

34 239

Scrap book - clippings, 1929-1935 

34 240

Scrap book - clippings, 1935-1939 

35 241

Scrap book - clippings, 1917-1919 

35 242

Politics for Peace, June 1970 

36 243

Politics for Peace, June 1970 

36 244

Clippings and correspondence, 1970-1971 

36 245

Clippings and reports, 1965-1966 

36 246

Meeting at Glenbrook High School, July 1967 

36 247

Clippings on John Birch Society, March - May 1961 

36 248

Introductory statement on extremism, 22 September 1966 

36 250

Introductory statement on extremism, 22 September 1966 

36 251

Suggested goals for Freedom and Justice, Mississippi, 7-19 March 1972 

37 252

Speech, Mississippi, 18 March 1972 

37 253

Foundation for Freedom and Democracy, 1972 

37 254

Foundation for Freedom and Democracy, 1972 

37 255

Notes and clippings on racism, 19-24 May 1969 

37 256

Clippings and notes, 19-24 May 1969 

37 257

Notes on addresses, July-September 1950 

37 258

Correspondence and clippings, 1970-1973 

37 259

Notes on "racism and conscience",, ca. 1949 

37 260

Illinois Federation of Labor medal, 1939 

38 261

Glass slides 

39 262

Subseries D: Emma Bickham 

This subseries contains letters, manuscripts, pamphlets and notes belonging to Martin Bickham's daughter, Emma. Most of the material covers the mid-1930s. 

Box Folder

WPA Address, 1936 

40 263

Camp Institute, 1937 

40 264

Recreation materials, 1935 

40 265

Recreation materials, 1936 

40 266

Chicago Park District - Stage and Drama Organization, 1936 

40 267

Recreation publications, ca. 1935 

40 268

Recreation publications, 1936 

40 269

Chicago settlement houses, 1936 

40 270

Rural issues, 1914-1935 

40 271

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Series II: Religious Work 

Subseries A: Subject Files 

This subseries contains agendas pamphlets, financial statements, correspondence, clippings, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, manuscripts, pamphlets, photographs, plans, posters, proceedings, translations, research notes, resolutions, speeches, and reports related to Bickham's religious work. Materials are arranged chronologically spanning the years 1876-1973. 

Box Folder

Religious pamphlets, 1876-1903 

41 272

Scrapbook - clippings, 1922-1927 

41 273

Scrapbook - clippings, 1930-1935 

41 274

Religious Education, 1920 

42 275

United Charities reports, 1922-1924 

42 276

United Charities reports, 1924-1926 

42 277

United Charities reports, 1923-1924 

42 278

"Our Home" manuscript and notes, ca. 1925 

42 279

Clipping and manuscript, ca. 1925 

42 280

Notes and manuscript, undated 

42 281

Welfare reports, ca. 1925 

42 282

Notes and manuscript, ca. 1929 

42 283

. United Charities of Chicago, 1922-1925 

43 284

. Untitled notes, undated 

43 284

Theology notes, undated 

43 285

Iowa State YMCA, 1911 

43 286

Notes on students, undated 

43 287

"Christian conception of immorality" manuscript, undated 

43 288

John Mott letter and Bickham article, 1911 and 1919 

43 289

Devotions, undated 

43 290

Translation of Romans, 1910 

43 291

Government reports, 1941-1974 

43 292

Government reports, 1941-1974 

43 293

YMCA, 1922-1924 

43 294

YMCA, 1922-1924 

43 295

Chicago Federation of Churches - Schools of Christian Living, 1937-1938 

44 296

Chicago Federation of Churches - Schools of Christian Living, 1936-1939 

44 297

Tom Paine manuscript [not completed], ca. 1939 

44 298

"Character Education" - manuscript and clippings, undated 

44 299

Investigative Instruments, ca. 1928 

44 300

"Social analysis of student communities," manuscript, ca. October 1930 

44 301

"American colleges and student character" [unfinished manuscript], ca. September 1930 

44 302

"Preparing for the college experience," manuscript, ca. 1930 

44 303

Correspondence, ca. 1927-1929 

44 304

John Nollen (Grinnell College President) correspondence, 1931 

44 305

Correspondence, 1928-1929 

44 306

South Chicago Chamber of Commerce correspondence and notes, ca. 1926 

45 307

Miscellaneous, 1928-1934 

45 308

Correspondence, 1927-1935 

45 309

Insurance correspondence, 1932-1935 

45 310

Junior Republic Movement, 1935-1936 

45 311

Ethical implications of Vietnam, 12 December 1966 

45 312

Ethical implications of Vietnam, 12 December 1966 

45 313

"Total war and the foundations of spiritual life" [Submitted to but not published by Christian Century], September 1944 

45 314

United Charities of Chicago reports and other materials, 1922 

46 315

United Charities and Goodwill Industries materials, ca. 1925 

46 316

Manuscript and Church Federation material, 1925-1927 

46 317

National Conference of Social Work address and notes, 1926 

46 318

Various social work addresses and materials, ca. 1926 

46 319

Religious organization correspondence, 1926-1927 

46 320

Religious organization correspondence and other materials, 1925 

46 321

Miscellaneous religious organization materials, 1928-1929 

46 322

Article and materials on religious education, 1925-1926 

47 323

Cooperative group discussion materials, ca. 1927 

47 324

Institute of Group Discussions - materials and correspondence, ca. 1926 

47 325

Group discussion pamphlets and materials, 1923-1929 

47 326

Correspondence, 1948-1949 

47 327

Correspondence, 1948-1950 

47 328

Church responsibility for youth in training camps, May-June, 1944 

47 329

"Christ's message in the new age" manuscript, ca. 1946 

47 330

"Christ's message in the new age" manuscript, ca. 1946 

47 331

Christian Evangelism reports and clippings, 1945-1946 

47 332

Christian Evangelism materials, 1944-1945 

47 333

Missionary materials, 1943 

47 334

John Mott address and correspondence, 1944 

47 335

A.J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence and Christian Evangelism minutes, 1936-1945 

48 336

A.J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence and Christian Evangelism minutes, 1936-1945 

48 337

A.J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence and Christian Evangelism minutes, 1936-1945 

48 338

A.J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence, 1941-1946 

48 339

A. J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence, 1948-1950 

48 340

A.J. "Dad" Elliott correspondence, 1943-1944 

48 341

Racism and cooperative movement, 1948 

49 342

Forms of racism, ca. 1947 

49 343

Racial tensions in American communities, undated 

49 344

Intercultural education materials, 1945-1947 

49 345

Civil rights in Illinois, 1948 

49 346

Racism in politics, 1948 

49 347

Clippings, 1948 

49 348

Clippings and United Nations bulletin, 1948 

49 349

Ethics and race relations notes, undated 

50 350

Ethics and race relations, 1947 

50 351

Religious roots of racial understanding, 1948 

50 352

Interracial Commission research, 1946 

50 353

Human relations research, 1948 

50 354

Institute on Interracial understanding, 1-8 August 1948 

50 355

Transmission of cultures notes, 1 August 1948 

50 356

Transporting Old World cultures to America, 2 August 1948 

50 357

Cultural tensions in American communities, 4 August 1948 

50 358

Ideological conflict, 5 August 1948 

50 359

Cultural unity on the American scene, 6 August 1948 

50 360

Religious Heritage, 7 August 1949 

50 361

Religious Heritage, 7 August 1949 

50 362

Circle Pines - Interracial Institute, 31 July-7 August 1949 

51 363

Circle Pines - Interracial Institute, 31 July-7 August 1949 

51 364

Circle Pines - Interracial Institute, 31 July-7 August 1949 

51 365

American cultural centers, 3 August 1948 

51 366

Circle Pines, 1948-1950 

51 367

Circle Pines, 1948 

51 368

Circle Pines, 1948 

51 369

Published articles before 1940 

52 370

"Negro citizens and the Chicago of 1950", Grace Presbyterian, 4 June 1939 

52 371

Chicago Committee on Recreation for Service Men, 1941 

52 372

Committee to Aid the Allies, 1940 

52 373

"Suffering Christians" manuscript, 1940 

52 374

Christian Refugees, 1940 

52 375

Christian Refugees, 1940 

52 376

"America's alternative to war" unfinished manuscript, April 1940 

52 377

Christians in a world at war, 1940 

52 378

Downers Grove Lions Club and public school teachers, 1 September 1942 

52 379

Christian Century (also sent to Christian Herald) - "Resurgence of Paganism", 24 May 1940 

52 380

WGN - "Christian Unity and World Peace", 24 July 1940 

52 381

"The Negro's Church and the Negro's Future" manuscript, 1940 

52 382

Glencoe Forum - "New racialism invades America", 1940 

53 383

New racialism and democracy, 1940 

53 384

Modern Problems Committee, 1940 

53 385

Illinois Committee, 25 April 1940 

53 386

Religious education committee - Wilmette Methodist Church, 1940 

53 387

Lincoln Street Institutional Church, 1942 

53 388

Wilmette Methodist Church,, 1941-1945 

53 389

Character and Citizen - "American communities and returning war veterans", October 1944 

53 390

Church of Our Savior - articles and sermons on "Christian Faith", August 1941 

53 391

Miscellaneous, 1941 

54 392

Religious Education article - "Group work among returning veterans in our home churche, " March-April 1946 

54 393

"Victory Over Hate" [rejected manuscript], February 1944 

54 394

"Re-Orienting returning veterans" [rejected manuscript], September 1945 

54 395

Spiritual life in military camps, 1943 

54 396

Religious Education article, "Total war and American character", September-October 1946 

54 397

"Returning war veterans and our home churches" [rejected manuscript], September 22, 1944 

54 398

Ministry to Service Men conference, 3 March 1946 

54 399

Ministry to Service Men (Wisconsin), 26-31 August 1945 

54 400

Healing for the Wounds of Total War, 1945 

55 401

Pamphlets, 1941-1944 

55 402

"Can Christ's message prevail in the new age?" manuscript, ca. 1946 

55 403

"Can Christ's message prevail in the new age?" manuscript, 1946 

55 404

"Christ's message in the new age" manuscript, ca. 1946 

55 405

"Christ's message in the new age" manuscript, ca. 1946 

55 406

Notes and clippings, ca. 1944-1945 

56 407

Notes and clippings, ca. 1942-1944 

56 408

Notes, 1942 

56 409

Illinois Reports, 1943-1948 

57 410

Wilmette Methodist, 1947 

57 411

Wilmette Methodist, 1948-1950 

57 412

Clippings and notes, 1950 

57 413

Idaho and Montana notes, 25-26 August 1950 

57 414

North Dakota, 1950 

57 415

. Minneapolis, 1950 

57 416

. Minneapolis Sportsman, 3 June 1949 

57 416

. Wisconsin - Denial of rights statute, 1950 

57 416

Religious publications, ca. 1950 

58 417

World Council of Churches, 1949-1954 

58 418

. Men's bible class, 6 February 1948 

58 419

. Men's bible class, 15 February 1948 

58 419

Men's bible class, 7 March 1948 

58 420

Men's bible class (Wilmette Methodist), 23 November 1947 

58 421

Ideologies - Men's bible class, 1951 

58 422

Ideologies - Men's bible class, 1951 

58 423

Ideologies - Men's bible class, 1951 

58 424

Men's bible class, 19 March 1950 

59 425

Men's bible class, 19 March 1950 

59 426

Bible classes - Women's class and Human Rights, 28 May 1950 and 13 February 1949 

59 427

Notes - Ideologies, 1951 

59 428

Notes - Ideologies, 1951 

59 429

Notes on "The Roots of Love", undated 

59 430

Methodist Church - Finances and notes, 1955-1956 

60 431

Board of Social and Economic Relations meeting, 1-4 February 1955 

60 432

Methodist Inter-Racial Conference - Records and minutes, 1954 

60 433

Methodist Inter-Racial Conference - Lecture notes, 8 March 1954 

60 434

Methodist Inter-Racial Conference - Lecture notes, 9 March 1954 

60 435

Notes on Public Policies (Woodlawn File), 1958 

60 436

Clippings, 1954-1955 

60 437

Rock River Conference - Board of Social and Economic Relations, January 1957 

61 438

Notes, ca. August 1957 

61 439

North Central Jurisdictional Historical Society, 6 July 1955 

61 440

Methodist Conference on Human Relations (Southern Methodist University, Dallas), 31 August-4 September 1959 

61 441

"Negro participation" [first draft] for Methodist Society, 6 July 1955 

61 442

"George Fox and his reaction to Negroes" manuscript, 1973 

61 443

Four Horsemen of the Gospel, Part I, 1955 

61 444

Manuscript, undated 

62 445

Manuscript, undated 

62 446

Methodist Church Board of Temperance, Advance Movement, 29-30 January 1947 

62 447

Interracial Sunday (Olivet Baptist Church), 13 February 1938 

62 448

Defending the Faith, September 1941 

62 449

US Army document - "Evangelism and the armed forces during World War II", 1952 

62 450

Phi Beta Kappa Association - "Conservation of American culture", 7 August 1937 

62 451

"New Age" manuscript, November 1959 

62 453

Notes on bible class study on love, ca. 1953 

63 454

Hate - Men's bible class, 6 April and 1 June 1952 

63 455

Sunday School, 1954-1955 

63 456

Church History - Men's bible class, 1953-1954 

63 457

Church History - Men's bible class, 1953-1954 

63 458

World Council of Churches publications - Men's bible class, May 1953 

63 459

Love - Men's bible class, 1952-1953 

63 460

Bible class notes, ca. 1955 

64 461

Men's bible class notes, 12 September-26 December 1954 

64 462

History of Christianity, chapters 1-27 - Men's Bible class notes, September 1953-June 1954 

64 463

Pamphlets, 1953-1955 

64 464

Notes on bible study on love, ca. 1953 

64 465

Notes on bible study of love, ca. 1953 

64 466

Conference Planning, December 1954-March 1955 

65 467

Methodist Race Conference - Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 468

Methodist Race Conference - Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 469

Methodist Race Conference - Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 470

Materials for Statements to Methodist Race Conference, Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 471

Materials for Statements to Methodist Race Conference, Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 472

Materials for Statements to Methodist Race Conference, Milwaukee, February 1956 

65 473

Notes, 1969 

66 474

Mid-century racism - Chapter 1, undated 

66 475

Racist web - Chapter 3, 1956 

66 476

Race relations in churches - Chapter 5, undated 

66 477

Racist ideology - Chapter 6, 1950 

66 478

Racism and sociological conscience - Chapter 7, 1949 

66 479

Rejecting racism - Chapter 7, 1969 

66 480

Racism: A world peril - Chapter 8, 1969 

66 481

The Abyss of racism - Chapter 11, 1966 

66 482

Rejection of racism, 1969 

66 483

Information on legislators, 1965 

66 484

Skokie plan, 1966-1967 

66 485

Correspondence, 1967 

66 486

Miscellaneous press releases, 1967 

66 487

Fireside forum materials, undated 

66 488

Lobbying aid, 1966-1967 

66 489

Clippings and notes, ca. 1972 

66 490

Greater Chicago Methodist Committee, 1953 

67 491

Methodist Men's club, 1950 

67 492

Miscellaneous Methodist and temperance materials, ca. 1963 

67 493

Wilmette Methodist Church, 11 February 1962 

67 494

Minneapolis Conference, 25-28 September 1961 

67 495

Commission on mission proposals, 1955-1958 

67 496

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1955-1958 

67 497

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1955-1957 

68 498

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1948-1955 

68 499

Wilmette Methodist Church financial materials, 1950-1954 

68 500

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1958-1960 

68 501

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1958-1960 

68 502

Wilmette Methodist Church, 1927-1956 

68 503

Wilmette Methodist Church records, 1961-1962 

69 504

Trinity Church of the North Shore newsletter, 1972-1974 

69 505

Trinity Church of the North Shore, 1973-1974 

69 506

. Trinity Church of the North Shore, 1974 

69 507

. Trinity Church of the North Shore, 1972-1974 

69 507

United Methodist newspaper, 1972-1974 

70 508

United Methodist Church, 1972-1973 

70 509

United Methodist Church, 1973 

70 510

Clippings - United Methodist - 1970 

70 511

Miscellaneous news items, undated 

70 512

Subseries B: Church Federation 

This subseries includes agendas, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, by-laws, Correspondence, journals, letters, manuscripts, maps, pamphlets, speeches, and reports related to local and national church federations. This material covers the years 1940-1970. 

Box Folder

Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1940-1946 

71 513

Church Federation of Greater Chicago minutes, 1939 

71 514

Church Federation of Greater Chicago bulletin and minutes, 1941-1942 

71 515

Church Federation of Greater Chicago [after J.W. Harris became Secretary], 1943-1946 

71 516

Church Federation of Greater Chicago [after J.W. Harris became Secretary], 1943-1946 

71 517

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, ca. 1946 

72 518

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, ca. 1945 

72 519

Church Federation of Greater Chicago - Executive Committee correspondence - September-October 1946 

72 520

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, 1945-1946 

72 521

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, 1948-1949 

72 522

Clippings of alcohol consumption, January 1947 

72 523

Church Federation Dinner, 1947 

72 524

. Church Federation Dinner, 1947 

72 525

. Church Federation Dinner, 1947 

72 525

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, 1950-1952 

73 526

Church Federation of Greater Chicago materials, 1948-1950 

73 527

Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1949-1951 

73 528

Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1948 

73 529

Church Federation of Greater Chicago Christian Citizenship, 1951-1952 

73 530

Church Federation of Greater Chicago Christian Citizenship, 1949-1951 

73 531

Church Federation Seminar, 5-6 May 1952 

73 532

Federation of Churches - Department of Citizen Education and Action, ca. 1960 

74 533

Federation of Churches - Department of Citizen Education and Action, ca. 1960 

74 534

Federation of Churches - Department of Citizenship Education and Action, June 1957-June 1958 

74 535

. Federation of Churches - Department of Citizenship Education and Action, June 1957-June 1958 

74 536

. Federation of Churches - Department of Citizenship Education and Action, June 1957-June 1958 

74 536

Federation of Churches - Resolutions, November 1959-1960 

74 537

Federation of Churches - Finances and liaison work, 1957-1958 

74 538

Federation of Churches - Finances and liaison work, 1957-1958 

74 539

Chicago Federation of Churches Seminar, 1955 

75 540

Notes - Federation of Churches Institute, 1957 

75 541

Church Federation - Department of Education, 1954-1957 

75 542

Church Federation - Department of Education, ca. 1956 

75 543

Church Federation - Finance Campaign, 1954 

75 544

Champaign religion in schools case, 1956 

75 545

Church Federation - Department of Education, 1957 

75 546

Address to Christians and churches on race relations, 1957 

75 547

Federation of Churches - Department of Social Welfare, September 1961 

76 548

Federation of Churches - Department of Social Welfare, September 1961 

76 549

Federation of Churches - Department of Social Welfare, September 1961 

76 550

Community Life and Housing Conference, 1 May 1960 

76 551

Organization of the Southwest Community - Talk, 14 September 1961 

76 552

Protestants and Other Americans United, 1959-1961 

76 553

Federation of Churches, 1961 

76 554

Federation of Churches, 1961 

76 555

Turn Toward Peace - Prayer vigil, January-March 1963 

77 556

Church Federation - Department of Christian Citizenship, September 1962-January 1963 

77 557

Church Federation - Department of Christian Citizenship, September 1962-January 1963 

77 558

Church Federation - Department of Christian Citizenship, November 1962 - September 1963 

78 559

Department of Christian Citizenship, September-December 1963 

78 560

Federation of Churches - Department of Christian Citizenship, January-September 1964 

78 561

Federation of Churches - Department of Christian Citizenship, January-September 1964 

78 562

Federation of Churches, October 1964-January 1965 

79 563

Federation of Churches, October 1964 - January 1965 

79 564

Peace Studies and Planning, 1965 

79 565

Chicago Federation of Churches, minutes and peace materials, 1964-1965 

79 566

Department of Christian Citizenship, ca. 1963 

79 567

Chicago Indian Ministry and other outreach materials, ca. 1966 

79 568

Chicago Federation of Churches, minutes and talk, ca. May 1955 

80 569

Chicago Public Schools, 1964-1965 

80 570

Papers and statements of Ed Riddick, May - November 1965 

80 571

Federation of Churches - Department of Christian Citizenship, 1964-1966 

80 572

Chicago Federation of Churches, June - July 1965 

80 573

Christian Citizenship Minutes, 1962-1968 

81 574

Christian Citizenship Minutes, 1962-1968 

81 575

Federation of Churches - General Board minutes, 1967-1968 

81 576

Christian Citizenship minutes, June-December, 1967 

81 577

. Christian Citizenship minutes, June-December 1967 

81 578

. Christian Citizenship minutes, June-December 1967 

81 578

Federation of Churches, January-June 1967 

81 579

Federation of Churches, January-June 1967 

81 580

Federation of Churches, January-June, 1967 

82 581

Church Federation, miscellaneous, 1960-1970 

82 582

Church Federation, miscellaneous, 1960-1970 

82 583

Church Federation, miscellaneous, 1969-1970 

82 584

Subseries C: YMCA 

This subseries covers Bickham's work with the YMCA from 1919 to 1945. It contains correspondence, reports, budgets, minutes, and photographs. 

Box Folder

YMCA, 1919-1926 

83 585

YMCA, 1924-1926 

83 586

YMCA, 1924-1927 

83 587

YMCA, 1919-1927 

83 588

YMCA, 1920-1926 

83 589

YMCA, 1928 

83 590

YMCA materials, ca. 1927 

84 591

YMCA correspondence, 1925-1927 

84 592

YMCA regional council negotiations, 1926-1927 

84 593

YMCA regional council negotiations, 1927 

84 594

Northwestern University YMCA - Advisory Board, 1926-1928 

84 595

YMCA reports and budgets, 1925-1926 

84 596

YMCA reports and budgets, 1925-1927 

84 597

YMCA report and budget, 1925-1927 

84 598

YMCA reports, 1927-1930 

85 599

YMCA reports, 1926-1927 

85 600

YMCA reports, 1927 

85 601

YMCA, 1919 

85 602

YMCA, 1919 

85 603

YMCA - Great Lakes Naval Reserve - photos - undated 

86 604

YMCA - Great Lakes Naval Reserve - photos - undated 

86 605

YMCA - Great Lakes Naval Reserve - photos and other material, 1918-1920 

86 606

YMCA - Y Overseas Union, 1927-1935 

86 607

YMCA Paris - Photos, undated 

86 608

YMCA Paris, 1919 

86 609

. YMCA Paris, 1919 

86 610

. YMCA Paris, 1919 

86 610

F. E. Wetzel correspondence - United Negro College Fund, 1944 

87 611

YMCA - Ministry to service men, 1944-1946 

87 612

YMCA - Ministry to service men, 1944 

87 613

YMCA - service men's department 

87 614

A.J. Elliott manuscripts, summer 1946 

87 615

Clippings and notes, ca. 1946-1950 

87 616

Clippings and notes, ca. 1942-1945 

87 617

YMCA - Ministry to Service Men, 1945 

88 618

YMCA - Ministry to Service Men, 1945 

88 619

Subseries D: Missions 

This subseries contains correspondence, photographs, speeches, and clippings of Bickham's missionary work during World War II. 

Box Folder

North Dakota Agricultural College, 27 January-2 February 1940 

89 620

WPA report - Outlook for the Unemployed, 1 January 1940 

89 621

Christian Advocate article, 1940 

89 622

University of Chicago, 21 January 1940 

89 623

Aurora College - American Democracy and New Racialism, 12 December 1939 

89 624

WMRO, 12 November 1939 

89 625

Aurora - Library Social Work Group, 12 December 1939 

89 626

Garrett Biblical Institute, 29 November 1939 

89 627

Southern Methodist (Dallas), 19-24 November 1939 

89 628

Johns Hopkins, 1939 

89 629

Purdue, November 15-18, 1939 

89 630

Bloomington, Illinois Wesleyan, Illinois State, 7-10 November 1939 

89 631

University Christian Mission, 1939-1940 

89 632

Interracial Fellowship of Chicago Baptist Youth, 2 November 1939 

89 633

Evanston First Methodist Church, 1 November 1939 

89 634

WPA talk, 18 October 1939 

89 635

Junior Auxiliary of Wilmette Women's Club, 5 October 1939 

89 636

Wilmette Rotary Club, 11 October 1939 

89 637

Hyde Park Kiwanis, 20 September 1939 

89 638

Illinois Federation of Labor Convention, 19 September 1939 

89 639

Clippings, 1941 

89 640

Evanston First Methodist, 19 March 1940 

90 641

North Central College - "Economic organization of Human Society", 11 March 1940 

90 642

Wilmette Methodist, 10 March 1940 

90 643

University of Arkansas, 2 March 1940 

90 644

University of Arkansas, 2-8 March 1940 

90 645

Iowa State Teacher's College, 17-23 February 1940 

90 646

Iowa State Teacher's College, 17-23 February 1940 

90 647

University of Mississippi, 10-16 February 1940 

90 648

Tennessee State and Fisk University, 2-9 February 1940 

90 649

Hammond League of Women Voters, 22 January 1940 

90 650

Minneapolis - clippings, 12-18 October 1940 

91 651

Denver labor seminar, 6-13 October 1940 

91 652

Wilmette Family Welfare Association talk, 2 December 1940 

91 653

. Chicago and Springfield Christian Mission, 17-24 November 1940 

91 654

. Christian Century manuscript, November 1940 

91 654

St. Paul's Methodist, 21-22 February 1941 

91 655

Indianapolis Laymen's Retreat, 6-7 December 1940 

91 656

Christ's message of social redemption, undated 

91 657

Ashram seminar, 27 July-11 August 1940 

91 658

Ashram Federal Council, 27 July-10 August 1940 

91 659

Ashram, 27 July-10 August 1940 

91 660

Little Rock, 6-10 November 1940 

92 661

Little Rock, 6-10 November 1940 

92 662

Little Rock, 6-10 November 1940 

92 663

Various talks and notes, 1940 

92 664

Houston issues - clippings, 1940 

92 665

Houston issues - clippings, 1940 

92 666

Oklahoma issues - clippings, 1940 

92 667

USO information, ca. 1943 

93 668

Service Men's Committee, 1941-1943 

93 669

Christian Ministry to Service Men, 1943-1944 

93 670

Christian Ministries to Service Men, 1941 

93 671

Christian Defense of Service Men, 1941 

93 672

Christian Service Men in Camps, 1941 

93 673

Military missions, 1942-1944 

94 674

Military missions, 1942-1944 

94 675

Christian Evangelism correspondence and reports, 1943-1945 

94 676

Christian Evangelism correspondence and reports, 1943-1945 

94 677

Reports and correspondence on military missions, 1941-1943 

94 678

National Christian Mission correspondence and materials, 1941-1942 

94 679

Jesse Bader correspondence, 1943 

94 680

Jesse Bader correspondence, 1944 

95 681

Jesse Bader correspondence, 1944 

95 682

Retreats correspondence, 1944 

95 683

Chaplains conference (Evanston), 14 May 1943 

95 684

Denver retreat, 21 October 1943 

95 685

Chaplains conference (Harrisburg), 16 June 1944 

95 686

Chaplains conference (El Paso), 8 September 1944 

95 687

Indianapolis retreat, 7 February 1945 

95 688

Montgomery retreat and mission, 9 March 1945 

95 689

Texarkana retreat and missions, 2 April 1945 

95 690

Chaplains retreat and talk, 9 May 1945 

96 691

Hot Springs retreat [cancelled by Bader], 26 October 1945 

96 692

Springfield, Missouri retreat, 9 November 1945 

96 693

Reports of visits, 1945 

96 694

Maxwell Airfield, 6-12 April 1945 

96 695

Gunter Airfield, 15-19 April 1945 

96 696

Ft. Benning parachute school, 1945 

96 697

Ft. Benning Lawson Field, 24-29 March 1945 

96 698

Tuskegee Airfield, 1-5 April 1945 

96 699

Tyndall Airfield, 22-26 April 1945 

96 700

Eglin Airfield, 29 April-4 May 1945 

96 701

Ft. Barrancas, 6-9 May 1945 

96 702

Camp Plauche, 30 April-3 May 1945 

96 703

Reports of visits, February-March 1945 

96 704

Harmon General Hospital, 29 April-3 May 1945 

96 705

US Naval Air Station, Dallas, 20-24 June 1945 

96 706

Ardmore Air Base, 7-11 May 1945 

96 707

Major Field, 6-10 May 1945 

96 708

Reports of visits, March-April 1945 

96 709

Glenview Air Base, 1-5 July 1945 

96 710

Ft. Leonard Wood mission, 30 September-4 October 1945 

97 711

Arkansas Point Hospital, 21-25 October 1945 

97 712

Mayo General Hospital, Galesburg, Illinois, 25-28 October 1945 

97 713

Camp Crowder, 4-8 November 1945 

97 714

. Reports and correspondence, 1941-1945 

97 715

. Reports and correspondence, 1941-1945 

97 715

War Emergency Council and correspondence, 1943 

97 716

Cecil Lower correspondence, 1943 

97 717

Miscellaneous mission materials, 1943-1944 

97 718

Chicago Naval Air and Technical School, 13-17 December 1944 

97 719

Chanute Field, 1944 

98 720

Chanute Field Mission, 1-8 December 1944 

98 721

Aurora College, 16 November 1944 

98 722

Great Lakes Naval Training Center, 15-19 October 1944 

98 723

Great Lakes Naval Training Center, 15-19 October 1944 

98 724

Moffett Field (Mountain View, California) - 27 February 1944 

98 725

Camp Beale, California, 24-28 September 1944 

98 726

Beaumont General Hospital (El Paso, Texas), 3-7 September 1944 

98 727

Biggs Army Air Field (El Paso, Texas), 3-7 September 1944 

98 728

Fort Bliss Mission, 3-7 September 1944 

98 729

Mission Plans, 1944 

98 730

Gardner Field (Taft, California), 27-29 May 1944 

98 731

Fort Huachuca (California), May 1944 

98 732

Stout Field (Indianapolis), March 1944 

98 733

California, March 1944 

99 734

California, March 1944 

99 735

Tactical Center (Orlando), 23-28 June 1944 

99 736

Camp Blanding, 16-19 January 1944 

99 737

Penn State, January 1944 

99 738

Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, January-February 1944 

99 739

Orland retreat, December 1943-January 1944 

99 740

Rosecrans Field, December 1943 

99 741

Camp Ellis (Lewiston, Illinois), 11 November 1943 

99 742

Fort Crook (Omaha) and Lincoln Air Base, September 1943 

99 743

Buckley Field (Colorado), 14-19 November 1943 

99 744

Camp Crowder (Nebraska), 14-19 November 1943 

99 745

Scott Field, 1943 

99 746

Camp Hale (Colorado), 15 October 1943 

99 747

Camp Phillips (Kansas), 31 October-5 November 1943 

99 748

Fort Warren (Wyoming), 24-29 October 1943 

99 749

Fitzsimmons General Hospital (Denver), 22-24 October 1943 

99 750

Fort Logan (Denver), 17-20 October 1943 

99 751

Rocky Mountain area air bases, October 1943 

100 752

Camp Van Dorn, 26-30 September 1943 

100 753

Chanute Field, 23-29 August 1943 

100 754

Camp McCoy, 11-16 July 1943 

100 755

Camp Cooke (California), 5-11 July 1943 

100 756

Fort Riley (Kansas), 6-11 June 1943 

100 757

Smoky Field (Kansas), 23-28 May 1943 

100 758

Fort Leavenworth, 19-23 April 1943 

100 759

Fort Knox (Louisville, Kentucky), 28 March-2 April 1943 

100 760

McChord Field (Tacoma), 21-26 February 1943 

100 761

Jefferson Barracks, 24 January-5 February 1943 

100 762

Camp White, 24-29 January 1943 

100 763

Southern Camps, 4-11 January 1943 

100 764

Camp Adair (Oregon), January 1943 

100 765

Western Missions, November and December 1942 

101 766

Camp Farragut (Idaho), 28-29 November 1942 

101 767

Fort George Wright (Washington), 22-27 November 1942 

101 768

Geyer Field (Spokane), 22-26 November 1942 

101 769

Fort Lewis (Washington), 16-20 November 1942 

101 770

Fort Brady (Michigan), 11-18 October 1942 

101 771

Fort Bliss (Texas), September 1942 

101 772

Fort Huachuca, 6-11 September 1942 

101 773

Fort Custer, August 1942 

101 774

Camp Grant, August 1942 

101 775

Camp Claiborne, 7-12 June 1942 

101 776

Cleveland Baptist Convention, 24-25 May 1942 

101 777

Pre-Assembly on Evangelism (Milwaukee), 19 May 1942 

102 778

Camp Shelby, 13 May 1942 

102 779

Church social work conference, 11 May 1942 

102 780

Fort Riley (Kansas), 19-23 April 1942 

102 781

Fort Bragg, 6-10 April 1942 

102 782

Fort Sheridan (Missouri), 2-3 April 1942 

102 783

Fort George Meade, 8-12 March 1942 

102 784

Camp Roberts, 8-13 February 1942 

102 785

Fort Sill (Oklahoma), 11-16 January 1942 

102 786

Chanute Field, 20-25 September 1941 

102 787

Completed missions, 1941-1942 

102 788

Texas, July 1950 

103 789

Texas - contacts in Dallas, 7-9 July 1950 

103 790

Arizona, 16-21 July 1950 

103 791

Bakersfield, California - notes and clippings, 1950 

103 792

San Diego, 1950 

103 793

Stockton, California, October 1950 

103 794

San Francisco, 1950 

103 795

San Francisco, 1950 

103 796

San Francisco, 1950 

103 797

Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, ca. 1950 

103 798

Oregon, 1950 

103 799

Seattle, 17-21 August 1950 

103 800

Christian Evangelism, 1950 

104 801

Report on WWII Religious Missions, 1951 

104 802

"Evangelism Amid Total War" manuscript, ca. 1950 

104 803

Turn Toward Peace, 1 October 1961 

104 804

Reports on Wisconsin, 1958 

104 805

Milwaukee conference and resources, 1954-1956 

104 806

Tentative Program, 1956 

104 807

Conference materials, 1956 

105 808

Racine, Wisconsin, 20 December 1955 

105 809

Beloit, Wisconsin, 29 December 1955 

105 810

Kenosha, Wisconsin, 21 December 1955 

105 811

Madison, Wisconsin, 28-29 December 1955 

105 812

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1955-1956 

105 813

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1955-1956 

105 814

Published Materials, ca. 1954 

105 815

Published Materials, ca. 1954 

105 816

Subseries E: Temperance Education 

This subseries contains lecture notes, reports, correspondence, minutes, clippings, manuscripts, and organizing materials related to temperance education. These materials cover the years 1934 to 1962. 

Box Folder

Ohio Trip - Muskingham College and spiritual emphasis conference, 1934 

106 817

Methodist Church of Wilmette, February 1940 

106 818

Outline and notes - alcohol and American culture, 24 February 1952 

106 819

Caledonian Methodist church, 2 March 1952 

106 820

Minneapolis lecture, 26-28 February 1952 

106 821

Augsburg College and Seminary, 26 February 1952 

106 822

Northwestern Theological Seminary, 27 February 1952 

106 823

Northwestern Theological Seminary, 27 February 1952 

106 824

Bethel College and Seminary, 28 February 1952 

106 825

Lecture to Sociology students, 29 February 1952 

106 826

Madison lecture, 14 December 1951 

106 827

Kansas City, 25-29 November 1951 

106 828

Article VI "Obscuration of social conscience", July 1947 

106 829

Article V "Weakening America character", June 1947 

106 830

Article IV Temperance Digest, May 1947 

106 831

Article III "Saboteur of American morale", April 1947 

106 832

Article II Temperance Digest, March 1947 

106 833

Article I Temperance Digest, February 1947 

106 834

Cook County WCTU, 28 March 1951 

106 835

Temperance Education, 1950-1952 

107 837

Temperance Education, 1950-1952 

107 838

Bracken Report - Manitoba, Canada, 1956 

107 839

WEAW Radio Program, 1958 

107 840

WSEL Talk, 1955 

107 841

WSEL Talk, 1955 

107 842

WEAW Talk, 1954 

107 843

WEAW Talk, 1953 

107 844

WEAW Talk, 1953 

107 845

WEAW Talk, 1953 

107 846

WSCS Talk, March 1953 

107 847

Central Presbyterian, 25 January 1953 

107 848

Hemenway Methodist Church, 27 April 1952 

107 849

Temperance education letters, 1954 

108 850

Temperance Education - West Side Study, 4 December 1956 

108 851

Harvey YMCA - 4 May 1954 

108 852

South Suburban contacts, April 1954 

108 853

Austin and West Side, 1 December 1953 

108 854

Challenge to beverage alcohol, 28 April 1953 

108 855

Temperance Education materials, ca. 1957 

108 856

Temperance Education - Education Committee, ca. 1957 

108 857

Temperance Education Minutes, 1956-1960 

109 858

Temperance Education Minutes, 1952-1956 

109 859

WSEJ and WEAW talks, 14-15 February 1957 

109 860

Notes on alcohol products in American culture, ca. 1956 

109 861

Ethical principles and alcohol free America, 1957-1959 

109 862

Temperance Education correspondence, 1957-1958 

109 863

Notes on Toynbee - Illinois Temperance Council - 1957 

109 864

WSEL and WEAW talks, July 1956 

110 865

Lecture materials, 5 September 1956 

110 866

Toronto lecture, 18-20 January 1956 

110 867

Notes on Toynbee's historical works, 1954-1957 

110 868

Lecture - National WCTU - Evanston, 1956 

110 869

Milwaukee seminar, February 1955 

110 870

Fargo talks, 26-27 April 1955 

110 871

Temperance Education Advisory Board Meeting, 1955 

110 872

Annual Meeting, 1955 

110 873

Temperance Education, 1955-1956 

110 874

Temperance Education annual meeting, January 1953 

110 875

Advisory Board and Annual Dinner, 1954 

110 876

Annual Dinner, 1957 

110 877

Council on Temperance Education, 9-10 November 1955 

110 878

Temperance Education, December 1963-March 1964 

110 879

E.T. Hiller articles, 1941-1942 

111 880

Articles and notes on alcohol abuse, 1947-1953 

111 881

Articles and notes on alcohol abuse, 1947-1953 

111 882

Temperance Education, miscellaneous, 1960-1962 

111 883

Temperance Education, miscellaneous, 1961-1962 

111 884

Temperance Education - pamphlets - 1960 

111 885

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Series III: Professional 

Subseries A: Subject 

This subseries contains agendas, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, correspondence, journals, letters, manuscripts, notes, resolutions, speeches, and reports. This materials spans the period 1917 to 1970 and generally covers Bickham's work as a sociologist and consultant. 

Box Folder

Bickham publications, 1920-1971 

112 886

Bickham publications, 1928-1929 

112 887

Personal correspondence, 1927-1928 

112 888

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

112 889

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

112 890

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

112 891

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

112 892

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

113 893

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

113 894

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

113 895

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

113 896

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

113 897

. Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

114 898

. Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities responses, ca. 1928 

114 898

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - survey materials, undated 

114 899

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - publicity materials, 1928 

114 900

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - unanswered letters from college presidents, 1928 

114 901

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Ohio materials, 1929 

114 902

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Publicity materials,, 1929 

114 903

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Northwest colleges,, 1929 

115 904

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - New England colleges, 1928 

115 905

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Mid Atlantic colleges, 1928 

115 906

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - College correspondence, 1928-1929 

115 907

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - High schools, 1928-1929 

115 908

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - College professor correspondence, 1928 

115 909

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Central West College correspondence, 1928-1929 

115 910

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Southwest college presidents, 1928-1929 

115 911

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Midwest colleges,, 1928-1929 

115 912

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Supporting Foundation Rejection Letters, 1928-1929 

116 913

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Analysis correspondence, 1928-1929 

116 914

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities correspondence, 1928 

116 915

Committee on Social Analysis of College Communities - Finances and Committee materials, 1928 

116 916

Bickham curriculum vitae and publications, 1913-1929 

116 917

"State governments and mass unemployment" manuscript, undated 

116 918

Miscellaneous Bickham college materials, 1927-1929 

116 919

"Integration of personality" manuscript, ca. 1927 

116 920

. Notes on personality themes, undated 

117 921

. "Integration of personality" manuscript, ca. 1930 

117 921

Handicapped workers - published materials, 1927-1932 

117 922

Handicapped workers - published materials, 1921-1933 

117 923

YMCA conference, undated 

117 924

Miscellaneous conference materials and notes, 1931-1934 

117 925

Federation News and Work and Progress newsletters, 1936-1937 

117 926

. "Culture Streams in American Life" - University of Illinois lecture, 1930 

117 927

. "Culture Streams in American Life" - University of Illinois lecture, 1930 

117 927

Handicapped workers - Conference of Social Workers, June 1934 

117 928

Illinois Association for the Crippled, Inc., 1939 

118 929

Rehabilitation in Illinois, 1933-1939 

118 930

Student ethics - Lake Geneva, 1916 

118 931

Reports on students, ca. 1920 

118 932

YMCA - first national committee of councils correspondence, 1917 

118 933

YMCA, 1928-1939 

118 934

YMCA, 1928 

118 935

Noel Pike, educational autobiography, 1931 

119 936

Educational autobiographies, 1931 

119 937

Educational autobiographies, 1931 

119 938

Helen Stark, educational autobiography, 1931 

119 939

Educational autobiographies, 1931 

119 940

Bickham and other clippings, 1935-1947 

120 941

Englewood Baptist Church - "social justice in the labor market",, 20 March 1932 

120 942

Problems of placing the aged in employment, 1930 

120 943

Speeches, 1930 

120 944

Illinois Conference on Public Welfare (Springfield), 12 November 1930 

120 945

National Conference of Social Work (Minneapolis), 17 June 1931 

120 946

State Conference of Public Welfare (Rockford), 22 October 1931 

120 947

Religious Education in the labor market, November 1931 

120 948

Chicago Woman's Aid, 10 December 1931 

120 949

American Vocational Association (Kansas City, Missouri), 10 December 1932 

120 950

Handicapped Placement - National Conference (Detroit), July 1933 

120 951

National Rehabilitation Conference (Chicago), October 1933 

120 952

Wisconsin Association for the Disabled, 1934 

120 953

Olivet Baptist Church, 11 March 1934 

120 954

Phi Beta Theta, 1930 

121 955

Phi Beta Kappa - discussion of American culture, 14 November 1935 

121 956

Outline of special work plan, 1930-1931 

121 957

Chicago Engineers Club, 28 October 1930 

121 958

St. James forum, 22 November 1931 

121 959

Women's Baptist Mission - "Churches in the Depression", 12 February 1932 

121 960

Chicago City Club - "Labor Market", 20 January 1932 

121 961

Hammond Chamber of Commerce - "Digging out", 21 January 1932 

121 962

Work and wages for older workers, 18 February 1932 

121 963

Filipino community center, October 1932 

121 964

Hyde Park Baptist Church, 16 November 1932 

121 965

Rockford materials, 19 January 1933 

121 966

National Institute on Mercenary Crime, 2 March 1933 

121 967

Chicago Kiwanis Club, 2 November 1933 

121 968

Olivet Institute, October 1934 

121 969

Engineers Club, 12 October 1934 

121 970

Methodist Men's Brotherhood, 11 March 1935 

121 971

Five talks and complete radio talk schedule, 1934-1937 

121 972

Five radio talks, April 1934 

121 973

Seven radio talks, May 1934 

121 974

Three radio talks, May 1934 

121 975

Reports on social exploration trip, 12-14 July 1934 

121 976

Drought in Illinois materials, July 1934 

121 977

Southern Illinois conditions, August 1934 

121 978

Fourth World Congress for Cripples and articles, 1939 

122 979

Fourth World Congress, 1939 

122 980

Fourth World Congress, 1939 

122 981

International Society of Crippled Children - Committee placement, 1937-1940 

122 982

International Society of Crippled Children - Committee placement, 1937-1940 

122 983

Shut-in Christmas party - Georgian Hotel (Evanston), 22 December 1938 

122 984

Shut-in Christmas party - Georgian Hotel (Evanston), 22 December 1938 

122 985

Changing position of Black workers, April 1938 

123 986

Interracial Commission minutes, 1938 

123 987

Interracial Commission minutes, 1939 

123 988

WCBD talk, 12 February 1939 

123 989

Interracial conference and materials, 1940 

123 990

Racism seminar, 12 November 1943 

123 991

Urban League, 1941 

123 992

Sunday School lessons on racial justice, 1939 

123 993

Interracial tea, 28 February 1939 

123 994

WGN talk, 18 February 1939 

123 995

Interracial Week radio scripts, 6-17 February 1939 

123 996

WJJD roundtable, 14 February 1939 

123 997

Pilgrim Baptist Church, 12 February 1939 

123 998

YMCA - "Beyond race to brotherhood", 2 April 1939 

124 999

Monthly union of ministers meeting - Social justice for black workers, 29 November 1937 

124 1000

Urban League, 1939-1940 

124 1001

Urban League, 1942-1943 

124 1002

Urban League, 1942-1943 

124 1003

Urban League Conference, 2 May 1939 

124 1004

Urban League, 25 May 1934 

124 1005

Interracial Week, 1939 

124 1006

Plebium Forum (England), 3 May 1940 

124 1007

Passport and notes - England trip, 1939 

124 1008

England trip, 1940 

125 1009

England trip, 1940 

125 1010

Dallas convention address, 23 October 1939 

125 1011

Dallas convention address, 23 October 1939 

125 1012

Public employment of handicapped workers manual, 1937-1939 

125 1013

Manuscript on Chicago labor, ca. 1949 

125 1014

Manuscript on Chicago labor, ca. 1949 

125 1015

Mass poverty, 1937-1939 

126 1016

"Mass poverty and the democratic state" manuscript, ca. 1939 

126 1017

"Mass poverty and the democratic state" manuscript, ca. 1939 

126 1018

"Mass poverty and the democratic state" manuscript, undated 

126 1019

"Mass poverty and the democratic state" manuscript, undated 

126 1020

Clippings 1941 

126 1021

Race relations, 1925 

126 1022

Race relations, 1934-1940 

126 1023

Race relations, 1934-1940 

127 1024

Race relations, 1943 

127 1025

Interracial Commission 1943 

127 1026

Disabled Persons Association, 1942-1946 

127 1027

Handicapped workers manuscript, ca. 1943 

127 1028

Disabled Persons Association, 1945 

127 1029

Interracial Commission, 1943-1944 

128 1030

Race Relations Commission, 1948-1949 

128 1031

A.M.E. Zion assembly, 12-14 August 1942 

128 1032

A.M.E. Zion assembly, 12-14 August 1942 

128 1033

Various materials on conditions of African Americans, 1929-1945 

128 1034

Various materials on conditions of African Americans, 1937-1939 

128 1035

Church Federation bulletins, 1939-1940 

128 1036

Japanese-Americans, 1942-1943 

129 1037

Conference of Jews and Christians, 1939-1940 

129 1038

Interracial Commission, 1942 

129 1039

Restrictive Covenants, 1940 

129 1040

Interracial Commission minutes, 1940 

129 1041

Interracial Commission minutes, 1941 

129 1042

Interracial Commission - radio program, 11-26 February 1940 

129 1043

Puerto Rico clippings, 1954 

130 1044

Puerto Rican migrations - articles, 1950-1953 

130 1045

Race Relations - Reports from various agencies, 1953-1954 

130 1046

Nehru and India clippings, 1949 

130 1047

Jews in Soviet Union clippings, 1949-1950 

130 1048

Haake, Fifield and Freedom Forum Anti-Communism, June-July 1951 

130 1049

Christianity and Communism clippings, ca. 1951 

130 1050

USSR's new plan clippings, ca. 1949 

130 1051

Recent Trends in Inter-group Relations, 1954-1956 

130 1052

Recent Trends in Inter-group Relations, 1954-1956 

130 1053

Danville meeting, 6 December 1945 

131 1054

Independent Voters of Illinois, 29 October 1945 

131 1055

Springfield, 25 May 1945 

131 1056

Chicago Rabbinical Association, 8 November 1944 

131 1057

Lecture - University of Illinois Social Sciences Division, 18 December 1944 

131 1058

Springfield inter-city interracial conference, 28-29 April 1944 

131 1059

Springfield conference, 9 June 1944 

131 1060

A.M.E. Zion general conference, 14 May 1944 

131 1061

Wilmette lecture, 8 November 1946 

131 1062

"Postwar trends in race relations" manuscript, 10 February and 21 March 1947 

131 1063

Post-war trends in race relations, 1947 

131 1064

Springfield Church Federation, 9 February 1947 

131 1065

Springfield - Grace Methodist, 9 February 1947 

131 1066

President Lincoln tribute, 9 February 1947 

131 1067

Conference on the "unsegregated" church, 31 January 1947 

131 1068

Black Chicago, 1944 

132 1069

Illinois Interracial Commission summary statement, 1947 

132 1070

Quincy conference, 15 May 1947 

132 1071

Peoria, May 1947 

132 1072

Filipino community, 21 December 1947 

132 1073

Jackie Robinson dinner, 6 November 1947 

132 1074

Adjustments to military service, September to October 1946 

132 1075

Danville area conference radio talk, 26 March 1946 

132 1076

Wilmette Rotary Club, 3 April 1946 

132 1077

Southtown seminar in race relations, 14 May 1946 

132 1078

Bloomington conference, 2 October 1946 

132 1079

Springfield Rotary, 6 January 1947 

132 1080

Illinois Education Association, 11 October 1946 

132 1081

Total war and American civil liberties, 15 October 1946 

132 1082

University of Illinois report, 18 October 1946 

132 1083

Madison County Civil Rights case, 8 November 1946 

132 1084

American Sociological Society meeting, 27-29 December 1946 

132 1085

Cook County League of Women Voters, 17 December 1946 

132 1086

CYF meeting, 1 December 1946 

132 1087

Galesburg area conference, 14 January 1946 

132 1088

Rockford conference, February 1946 

132 1089

New frontiers in Civil Rights, 1948 

133 1090

Applied democracy, 1947 

133 1091

Fair Employment Forum (Aurora), 27 January 1948 

133 1092

Racism: Invasive enemy of American democracy, 26 March 1947 

133 1093

Carbondale conference on race relations, 12 February 1947 

133 1094

South Shore Temple, 28 February 1947 

133 1095

DeKalb conference, 29 April 1947 

133 1096

DeKalb County League of Women Voters, 28 April 1947 

133 1097

Fish University visit - Nashville, 8-11 April 1947 

133 1098

Carbondale correspondence and clippings, 1946-1947 

133 1099

Carbondale High School, 11 February 1947 

133 1100

Reprint correspondence, 1948 

133 1101

General Commission on Chaplains, 1947 

133 1102

Illinois Interracial Commission reports, 1947 

133 1103

Municipal democracy, November 1943-May 1944 

134 1104

Interracial Commission reports, 1948-1963 

134 1105

State commission reports, 1955-1958 

134 1106

Interracial Commission reports, 1950-1951 

134 1107

Interracial Commission report, 1944-1951 

134 1108

Community relations, 1940 

134 1109

Materials on race relations, 1947-1949 

135 1110

Clippings on race relations, 1947-1949 

135 1111

Materials on race relations, 1947-1949 

135 1112

Notes, 1948-1957 

136 1113

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, July 1951 

136 1114

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Award, July 1951 

136 1115

Copies of notices of programs, 1930-1969 

136 1116

Notes on publishing "History of Racism", 1968-1969 

136 1117

Notes on publishing "History of Racism", 1967-1969 

136 1118

Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1950 

137 1120

Books: Where are we Headed? By McCoy and Hutchison (1942) and Student Hymnal (1914) 

137 1121

Paper on welfare in Evanston, 9 May 1953 

137 1122

New Jersey hospital survey from V Howard, 1949 

137 1123

Survey of racial aspects of medical practice, ca. 1951 

137 1124

Social analysis of Hospitals - Evanston League of Women Voters, 1950-1952 

137 1125

Hospital survey, 1951 

137 1126

Medical survey, 1951 

138 1127

Hospital survey, 1951 

138 1128

Hospital survey, 1951 

138 1129

Hospital survey, 1951 

138 1130

Hospital survey responses, 1951 

138 1131

Hospital survey responses, 1951 

138 1132

Hospital survey responses, 1951 

138 1133

Hospital survey responses, 1951 

139 1134

Hospital survey responses, 1951 

139 1135

North Shore Citizens Committee, ca. 1950 

139 1136

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1950 

139 1137

Address file, undated 

139 1138

Address file, undated 

139 1139

Evanston Hospital Pilot, 1951-1956 

140 1140

Evanston Hospital Pilot, 1951-1952 

140 1141

American Sociological Association votes, 1964 

141 1142

American Sociological Association - 60th Annual meeting, Chicago, 30 August-2 September 1965 

141 1143

American Sociological Association - 60th Annual meeting, Chicago, 30 August-2 September 1965 

141 1144

American Sociological Association - 60th Annual meeting, Chicago, 30 August-2 September 1965 

141 1145

American Sociological Society, 1947-1948 

141 1146

American Sociological Society, 54th Annual meeting, Chicago, 1959 

141 1147

American Sociological Society meeting, 8-10 September 1954 

141 1148

American Sociological Society meeting, 8-10 September 1954 

141 1149

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1951 

142 1150

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1951 

142 1151

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1950 

142 1152

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1950 

142 1153

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1949 

142 1154

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1949 

142 1155

Illinois Inter-racial Commission reports, 1943-1945 

142 1156

Methodist racism seminar, 1943 

142 1157

Democratic government activities to reduce racial tensions, January 1944 

142 1158

Incomplete articles, ca. 1919-1926 

143 1159

Better communities through WPA projects, 1936 

143 1160

Racism challenges, 1954-1955 

143 1161

Bickham published works, 1925-1938 

143 1162

Religious training materials, 1931 

143 1163

Religious education materials, undated 

143 1164

Notes on ethics and murals, 1951 

143 1165

Workshop on integration tensions, 1956 

143 1166

Fringe communities, 1953 

143 1167

Clipping on NYC's bowery, 1957 

143 1168

Race relations, ca. 1954 

144 1169

Post-war racism, 1950 

144 1170

Race relations movement grows up, 1948 

144 1171

Combating anti-Semitism, 1948 

144 1172

Some areas of social tension in Illinois colleges with notes, ca. 1948 

144 1173

Notes, ca. 1950-1952 

144 1174

Chicago Cicero Committee, 1951 

144 1175

Racism in Cicero, 1951 

144 1176

Cicero Riots, 1951 

144 1177

Chicago Commission on Human Relations reports, 1955 

145 1178

Chicago Commission on Human Relations report, 1954 

145 1179

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1953 

145 1180

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1953 

145 1181

Chicago Commission on Human Relations Conference, 1952 

145 1182

Chicago Commission on Human Relations Conference, 1952 

145 1183

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1951-1955 

146 1184

Illinois Commission on Human Relations conference, 1955 

147 1185

Illinois Commission on Human Relations conference, 1955 

147 1186

Illinois Human Relations newsletter, 1953-1955 

147 1187

Alton conditions, 3-4 April 1970 

147 1188

Illinois Commission on Human Relations conference, 1956 

147 1189

Illinois Commission on Human Relations conference, 1957 

147 1190

Human relations and human rights, 1956-1964 

147 1191

Inter-racial Commission materials, 1944-1950 

147 1192

Reorganization matters, ca. 1950 

147 1193

History of the Illinois Inter-racial Commission, 1948-1953 

147 1194

Chicago and Pittsburgh Human Relations News, 1964 

148 1195

Chicago Human Relations Commission, 1964-1965 

148 1196

Chicago Human Relations, 1958-1963 

148 1197

. Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1957 

148 1198

. Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1957 

148 1198

Chicago Commission on Human Relations reports, 1956 

148 1199

Racism challenges Chicago churches, May 1955 

149 1200

Racism challenges Chicago churches, 1955 

149 1201

Racism challenges Chicago churches, 2 September 1954 

149 1202

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 29-30 April 1955 

149 1203

Church Federation - Citizenship Education, 1953-1956 

149 1204

Church Federation - Citizenship Education, 1953-1956 

149 1205

Race relations conference report, November 1947 

149 1206

Legal and Civil Rights pamphlets, 1951-1952 

149 1207

Correspondence 

150 1208

Census, 1950 

151 1209

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

151 1210

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

151 1211

Material for Pine Woods, 1959 

151 1212

Calendar, 1958 

151 1213

NAIRO Conference - Kansas City, 19-23 November 1957 

151 1214

Conference on Mexican-Americans and Against Discrimination, 1949-1952 

151 1215

NAIRO and "Racism Challenges Chicago Churches", 1954-1955 

151 1216

Juvenile Delinquency clippings, 1954-1955 

151 1217

American Indian Affairs - Minnesota Conference, 9-10 November 1953 

151 1218

Report on Illinois Commission policies, January 1961 

152 1219

West Suburban Human Relations Council - University of Chicago workshop, 1 August 1958 

152 1220

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, miscellaneous, 1960-1962 

152 1221

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, Reports, 1960-1967 

152 1222

Clippings, April 1963 

152 1223

Religion and racism materials, ca. 1962 

152 1224

Interracial Day and reports, 1963 

152 1225

Lincoln's "Gallery of Memory", 1962-1963 

153 1226

Lincoln's "Gallery of Memory", 1962-1963 

153 1227

Section 9 - Emancipation or racism, 1962 

153 1228

Notes on Lincoln's "Memory", 1963 

153 1229

Emancipation Centennial Exposition, 16 August-2 September 1963 

153 1230

Abe Lincoln and the crucial circle, 1962 

153 1231

Reports on state conferences, 1943-1963 

153 1232

University of Chicago Alumni Association Award, 1966 

153 1233

Baha'i Award, 10 December 1965 

153 1234

Baha'i Award, 10 December 1965 

153 1235

Notes for Baha'i Award, December 10, 1965 

153 1236

Baha'i worship service, 27 December 1970 

154 1237

Photo - Vietnamese Baha'i leaders with Bickham, 3 December 1970 

154 1238

Baha'i group, 5 December 1969 

154 1239

Baha'i materials, 1967-1968 

154 1240

Baha'i human rights report, 1969 

154 1241

Miscellaneous Civil Rights materials, 1950-1953 

155 1242

Miscellaneous pamphlets, 1904-1948 

155 1243

Legislative members, undated 

155 1244

Legislation, 1966-1967 

155 1245

Legislation, ca. 1967 

155 1246

Harmony and United Parties, 1969 

155 1247

13th Congressional District election, November 1969 

155 1248

Greater Chicago Churchmen Banquet, April 8, 1969 

155 1249

Miscellaneous materials, ca. 1969 

155 1250

Notes on Burton Kolman and the Radical Right, ca. 1969 

156 1251

Notes on Burton Kolman and the Radical Right, ca. 1969 

156 1252

Extremism - radio tapes and programs, 1964-1965 

156 1253

Extremism - radio tapes and programs, 1964-1965 

156 1254

Extremism, ca. 1965 

156 1255

Notes on extremism, ca. 1965 

156 1256

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1971-1974 

157 1257

Chicago Commission on Human Relations notes, 11 December 1970 

157 1258

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1969-1971 

157 1259

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1967-1969 

157 1260

Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1957-1967 

157 1261

Illinois and Pittsburgh Human Relations Reviews, 1966-1967 

157 1262

Human Rights reports and reviews, 1962-1967 

157 1263

Civil Rights US Government Reports, 1965 

157 1264

Junior Republic Plan, 1968 

158 1265

SCLC, 1970 

158 1266

Clippings - Poor People's March, 1968 

158 1267

Poor People's Campaign, 1968 

158 1268

Poor People's Campaign, 1968 

158 1269

Chicago Defender and Ben Burns, 2 November 1962 

158 1270

Civil Rights, 1961 

158 1271

Donald Frey correspondence, 1970 

159 1272

Introductory statements, 17 February 1970 

159 1273

Racism issues - February and March, 1970 

159 1274

New Illinois Constitution - human rights provisions, 1969 

159 1275

New Illinois Constitution - human rights provisions, 1969 

159 1276

Freedom of Residence, 1969 

159 1277

Human Rights in Lincoln Land, 1970 

159 1278

Notes on human rights, ca. 1969 

160 1279

Notes on human rights, ca. 1969 

160 1280

Clippings - Illinois constitutional convention, August 1969-February 1970 

160 1281

Clippings - Illinois constitutional convention, August 1969-Feburary 1970 

160 1282

Clippings - Illinois constitutional convention, August 1969-February 1970 

160 1283

Welfare Council of Illinois - Constitutional Revisions, 1970 

160 1284

Illinois Constitutional provisions, ca. 1970 

160 1285

Wilmette issues, 1969 

161 1286

Student protest clippings, February 1969 

161 1287

Copies of memoranda on race relations, undated 

161 1288

Clippings - Contract Buyers League, 1969-1970 

161 1289

Contract Buyers League, 1970 

161 1290

Subseries B: Work Relief 

This subseries covers Bickham's management of and involvement in work relief during the 1930s. The materials here included meeting minutes, correspondence, notes, photos and applications. 

Box Folder

Policy - work relief, 1932 

162 1291

Cook County Hospital, 1932 

162 1292

Project Control sheets, 1933 

162 1293

Pending projects and correspondence, 1932 

162 1294

Work Relief Committee Headquarters lease, August 1932 

162 1295

Red Cross cotton goods projects,, 1932 

162 1296

Chicago Campaign for the Re-Employment of Men and Money, May 1932 

162 1297

Chicago Campaign for the Re-Employment of Men and Money, 1931-1932 

162 1298

Department of Police - Street work, 1932 

162 1299

Department of Police - Street work, 1932 

162 1300

Department of Police - Street work, 1932 

162 1301

Police Duty - control, 1932-1933 

163 1302

Police, 1933 

163 1303

Police, 1933 

163 1304

Painters District 14, 1932-1933 

163 1305

Police Duty, May 1933 

163 1306

Police Duty, June 1933 

163 1307

Painters, 1931-1933 

163 1308

Painters, 1931-1933 

163 1309

United Charities of Chicago, 1931-1934 

164 1310

Work relief - Washington Correspondence, 1934 

164 1311

Two cases, 1930-1931 

164 1312

Work Relief - plans after 1 April 1934 

164 1313

White Collar Project - Torell - 1935 

164 1314

White Collar Project, 1934-1935 

164 1315

Applications, 1932 

164 1316

Change in assignment method, 1933 

164 1317

Handicapped lists, 1932 

164 1318

Letters pending on cases, 1932 

164 1319

Service Bureau for Women correspondence, 1931-1934 

165 1320

Joint Emergency Relief, 1932-1934 

165 1321

South Park Commission, 1931-1934 

165 1322

Donald Abel correspondence, 1932 

165 1323

Relief agencies outside Chicago, 1931-1934 

165 1324

Miscellaneous work placement correspondence, 1932-1934 

165 1325

Relief Bureau applicants, 1933 

165 1326

Relief Bureau applicants, 1933 

165 1327

Penney and Lord correspondence, 1934 

165 1328

Relief Service, 1932 

165 1329

Work Relief records, ca. 1934 

165 1330

Machinists Union correspondence, 1934 

165 1331

WPA bulletins, 1934-1936 

166 1332

. Notes, 1946-1957 

166 1333

. Notes, cal 1956 

166 1333

Miscellaneous organizational information, 1939-1940 

166 1334

Notes, undated 

166 1335

Interpretation of the Relief Commission's Operations, 1933-1935 

166 1336

State Advisory Committee - Personnel, 1935 

166 1337

State Advisory Committee - General File, 1935 

166 1338

State Advisory Committee, 29 April 1935 

166 1339

Employability of people on relief, 1935 

166 1340

Wisconsin State employment conference, 1934 

166 1341

State Advisory Committee, 25 March1935 

167 1342

State Advisory Committee, 25 February1935 

167 1343

State Advisory Committee, 28 January1935 

167 1344

State Advisory Committee, 24 November 1934 

167 1345

State Advisory Committee, 21 December 1934 

167 1346

State Advisory Committee, 22 October 1934 

167 1347

State Advisory Committee, 24 September 1934 

167 1348

State Advisory Committee, 27 August 1934 

167 1349

State Advisory Committee, 20 July 1934 

168 1350

Work Relief Program Committee, 10 July 1934 

168 1351

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 15 June 1934 

168 1352

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 31 May 1934 

168 1353

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 24 May 1934 

168 1354

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 17 May 1934 

168 1355

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 10 May 1934 

168 1356

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 3 May 1934 

168 1357

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 26 April 1934 

168 1358

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 19 April 1934 

168 1359

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 13 April 1934 

168 1360

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 6 April 1934 

168 1361

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 30 March 1934 

168 1363

Work Relief Projects, 1934 

168 1364

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 23 March 1934 

168 1365

Administrative meetings - Minutes, 1934 

168 1366

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 16 March 1934 

168 1367

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 9 March 1934 

168 1368

State Work Relief Advisory Committee meeting, 2 March 1934 

168 1369

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 23 February 1934 

169 1370

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 16 February 1934 

169 1371

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 9 February 1934 

169 1372

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 2 February 1934 

169 1373

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 26 January 1934 

169 1374

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 19 January 1934 

169 1375

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 12 January 1934 

169 1376

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 5 January 1934 

169 1377

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 29 December 1933 

169 1378

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 22 December 1933 

169 1379

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 15 December 1933 

169 1380

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 8 December 1933 

169 1381

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 1 December 1933 

169 1382

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 17 November 1933 

169 1383

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 9 November 1933 

169 1384

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 3 November 1933 

169 1385

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 27 October 1933 

169 1386

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 20 October 1933 

169 1387

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 13 October 1933 

169 1388

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 6 October 1933 

169 1389

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 29 September 1933 

169 1390

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 15 September 1933 

169 1391

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 22 September 1933 

169 1392

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 8 September 1933 

169 1393

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 1 September 1933 

169 1394

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 25 August 1933 

169 1395

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 11 August 1933 

169 1396

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 18 August 1933 

169 1397

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 4 August 1933 

169 1398

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission) - Special meeting, 31 July 1933 

169 1399

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 27 July 1933 

169 1400

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 20 July 1933 

169 1401

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 6 July 1933 

169 1402

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 26 June 1933 

169 1403

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 19 June 1933 

169 1404

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 8 June 1933 

169 1405

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 1 June 1933 

169 1406

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 25 May 1933 

169 1407

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 18 May 1933 

169 1408

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 12 May 1933 

169 1409

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 4 May 1933 

170 1410

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 27 April 1933 

170 1411

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 20 April 1933 

170 1412

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 13 April 1933 

170 1413

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 7 April 1933 

170 1414

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 30 March 1933 

170 1415

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 23 March 1933 

170 1416

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 16 March 1933 

170 1417

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 9 March 1933 

170 1418

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 3 March 1933 

170 1419

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 24 February 1933 

170 1420

Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission), 17 February 1933 

170 1421

Salvation Army correspondence, 1931-1933 

170 1422

Harry Hennes correspondence, 1931 

170 1423

Regular Work Division statistics, 1931-1932 

170 1424

Miscellaneous Work Relief Committee (Illinois Emergency Relief Commission) correspondence, 1932-1933 

170 1425

Reports from C.J. Boyd, 1931 

170 1426

Rural Schools and Grounds Improvement Program, 1934 

170 1427

Service Bureau for Men, 1932-1934 

170 1428

Report of the Illinois Civil Works Administration, 1934 

171 1429

Illinois Civil Works Administration report and photos, 1934 

171 1430

Government reports, 1932 

171 1431

Work Relief Committee requisitions, 1933 

171 1432

Work Relief Committee requisitions and finances, 1933 

171 1433

Work Relief Committee requisitions, 1933 

171 1434

Work Relief Committee requisitions, 1932 

171 1435

Work Relief Committee meeting, 10 February 1933 

172 1436

Work Relief Committee meeting, 3 February 1933 

172 1437

Work Relief Committee meeting, 6-27 January 1933 

172 1438

Work Relief Committee meeting, 6-27 January 1933 

172 1439

Work Relief Committee meeting, 30 December 1932 

172 1440

Work Relief Committee meeting, 22 December 1932 

172 1441

Work Relief Committee meeting, 16 December 1932 

172 1442

Work Relief Committee meeting, 9 December 1932 

172 1443

Work Relief Committee meeting, 2 December 1932 

172 1444

Work Relief Committee meeting, 5 August - 28 November 1932 

172 1445

Work Relief Committee meeting, 5 August-28 November 1932 

172 1446

Work Relief Committee meetings, March-July 1932 

173 1447

Work Relief Committee meetings, August 1931-February 1932 

173 1448

Work Relief Committee meetings, March-July 1931 

173 1449

Work Relief Committee meetings, November 1930-February 1931 

173 1450

Federal Civil Work in Illinois - selected photos, 1934 

174 1451

Federal Civil Work in Illinois - selected photos, 1934 

174 1452

Federal Civil Work in Illinois - selected photos, 1934 

174 1453

Federal Civil Work in Illinois - selected photos, 1934 

174 1454

Federal Civil Work in Illinois - selected photos, 1934 

174 1455

Subseries C: National Association of Inter-group Relations Officials (NAIRO) 

This subseries covers exclusively the work of the NAIRO from 1949 to 1965. It contains agendas, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, speeches, and reports. 

Box Folder

NAIRO, 1949-1950 

175 1456

NAIRO, 1949-1950 

175 1457

NAIRO, 1949-1950 

175 1458

NAIRO, 1949-1950 

175 1459

Milwaukee NAIRO conference, 30 November-2 December 1938 

175 1460

Milwaukee NAIRO conference, 30 November-2 December 1938 

175 1461

NAIRO reports, 1956 

175 1462

NAIRO and other reports, 1955-1956 

176 1463

Miscellaneous reports, 1948-1955 

176 1464

Miscellaneous reports, 1953-1955 

176 1465

Miscellaneous materials, 1956-1957 

176 1466

Fair employment materials, 1957 

176 1467

Freedom of Residence and Illinois Constitution, 1970 

176 1468

National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Award, 1960 

177 1469

NAIRO Reporter, ca. 1952-1960 

177 1470

NAIRO conference, 19-21 November 1958 

177 1471

NAIRO, 1956 

177 1472

NAIRO, 1956 

177 1473

NAIRO publications, 1957-1958 

178 1474

NAIRO publications, 1938 

178 1475

NAIRO publications, memo, statement, 1959-1960 

178 1476

. NAIRO materials, 1959 

178 1477

. NAIRO materials, 1958-1959 

178 1477

NAIRO materials, 1960-1962 

178 1478

NAIRO public policy statement, April 1965 

179 1479

NAIRO convention, 15-18 November 1960 

179 1480

NAIRO convention, 15-18 November 1960 

179 1481

NAIRO convention, 15-18 November 1960 

179 1482

NAIRO 19th Annual Conference - Sherman Hotel (Chicago), 1965 

179 1483

Clipping and NAIRO newsletters, 1968-1969 

180 1484

NAIRO newsletters and memos, 1962-1963 

180 1485

NAIRO bulletins, 1967-1970 

180 1486

NAIRO newsletter and materials, 1967-1971 

180 1487

NAIRO newsletters, 1964-1968 

180 1488

Various civil rights materials, 1957-1965 

180 1489

Subseries D: Talks and Writing 

This subseries contains manuscripts, correspondence, and notes covering the years 1936 to 1968. 

Box Folder

Abraham Bowers, 1936 

181 1490

Student Service Projects, 1927 

181 1491

Lectures on "The Christian Home", 1928 

181 1492

Adult Education, 1936 

181 1493

Chapter 15 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1494

Chapter 1 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1495

Chapter 2 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1496

Chapter 3 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1497

Chapter 4 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1498

Chapter 5 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1499

Chapter 6 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1500

Chapter 18 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1501

Chapter 7 - History of Racism, undated 

181 1502

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

182 1503

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

182 1504

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript,, undated 

182 1505

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

182 1506

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

182 1507

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

182 1508

Chapter 8 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1509

Chapter 9 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1510

Chapter 10 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1511

Chapter 11 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1512

Chapter 19 - History of Racism, 1963 

183 1513

Chapter 24 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1514

Chapter 23 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1515

Chapter 20 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1516

Chapter 12 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1517

Chapter 13 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1518

Chapter 14 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1519

Chapter 21 - History of Racism, undated 

183 1520

Clipping on Bickham, 1966 

183 1521

Manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1522

Chapter 4 manuscript revisions, 1968 

184 1523

Chapter 6 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1524

Chapter 7 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1525

Chapter 10 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1526

Chapter 11 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1527

Chapter 12 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1528

Chapter 21 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1529

Chapter 22 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1530

Chapter 23 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1531

Chapter 14 manuscript revisions, undated 

184 1532

Race and Church - clippings, 1957-1958 

185 1533

"Dad" Elliot biography, Charity Annual Report, Correspondence, 1952-1953 

185 1534

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1535

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1536

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1537

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1538

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1539

"History of Racism" Draft Manuscript, undated 

185 1540

Chapter 4 - Race manuscript, undated 

186 1541

Chapter 5 - Racism manuscript, undated 

186 1542

Chapter 6 - Racism manuscript, undated 

186 1543

Chapter 7 - Racism manuscript, undated 

186 1544

Book 2 - Racism manuscript, undated 

186 1545

Chapter 10 - Racism manuscript, undated 

186 1546

Chapter 11 and 13 - Racism manuscript,, undated 

186 1547

"Social approach to student life" manuscript, undated 

186 1548

"America's surplus workers" manuscript, undated 

186 1549

YMCA history - manuscript and materials, ca. 1918 

186 1550

Illinois Employment Services Training Conference Talk - "Justice in the Chicago Labor Market", June 1935 

187 1551

Sycamore, Illinois swimming pool dedication talk - "Employment in the Democratic State", 6 July 1935 

187 1552

Kiwanis Club talk - "Conservation in Illinois", 16 July 1935 

187 1553

American Association of Women Preachers talk (Aurora), 18 July 1935 

187 1554

WMBD (Peoria) - "What WPA May Mean to Workers on Relief in Illinois", 8 August 1936 

187 1555

WLS Dinner Bell Hour - "How WPA Operations Change the Outlook of Workers on Relief in Illinois", 14 August 1935 

187 1556

WLS Dinner Bell Hour - "Changing Outlook for Families on Relief in Illinois", 16 August 1935 

187 1557

WLS Dinner Bell Hour - "New Horizons for Youth Under WPA", 28 August 1935 

187 1558

WLS Dinner Bell Hour - "Outlook for Better Communities in Illinois Under WPA", 30 August 1935 

187 1559

WTMV (East St. Louis) and Federation of Labor - "Present Outlook for Unemployed Relief Works in Illinois", 12 September 1935 

187 1560

WMAQ and NBC - University of Chicago Roundtable, 15 September 1935 

187 1561

WTAD (Quincy) - "Basic Questions About WPA Operations", 20 September 1935 

187 1562

Illinois Municipal League Convention - "WPA in Illinois Communities", 20 September 1935 

187 1563

New England Congregational Church, 6 October 1935 

187 1564

Wilmette Chamber of Commerce - "Overcoming Depression Trends in North Shore Communities", 7 October 1935 

187 1565

Ogden Park Improvement Association - "Functions of the WPA", 16 October 1935 

187 1566

Illinois Committee - Chicago Association of Commerce and Adult Education Program - Englewood YMCA - "Social Recovery", 17 October and 22 November 1935 

187 1567

Springfield Social Workers Club - "Social Recovery", 18 October 1935 

187 1568

WTAX (Springfield), 18 October 1935 

187 1569

Rotary Club (Centralia) - "American Democracy and Mass Poverty", 21 October 1935 

187 1570

WMBD (Peoria) and WROK (Rockford) - "Basic Purpose of WPA", 29-30 October 1935 

187 1571

WEBQ (Harrisburg) and WCFL (Chicago) - "Fundamental Purpose of WPA Operations", 6 and 2 November1935 

187 1572

WCFL - "Facts of Certification to WPA", 3 November 1935 

187 1573

WCFL - "Basic Labor Policies of WPA", 4 November 1935 

187 1574

WEBQ (Harrisburg, Illinois) - "Fundamental Purpose of WPA", 6 November 1935 

187 1575

Englewood YMCA meeting - "Social Recovery", 22 November 1935 

187 1576

WLS - "Human Side of WPA in Illinois", 25 November 1935 

187 1577

WLS - "Project Phases of WPA in Illinois", 26 November 1935 

187 1578

WLS - "Money Aspects of WPA in Illinois", 27 November 1935 

187 1579

North Central College - "Mass Poverty and Social Justice in Illinois", 24 January 1936 

187 1580

Four Rotary addresses (Vandalia, Effingham, Fairfield, Salem) - "Mass Poverty and the Democratic State", 10-13 December 1935 

187 1581

WJJD - "Social Security - Democracy's Promise", 23 December 935 

187 1582

University Church of Disciples - "WPA - Present and Future", 8 December 1 1935 

187 1583

. St. James M.E. Church and Foster Park Baptist Church - "Mass Poverty and the Democratic State",, 8 December 1935 and 12 January 1936 

187 1584

. Palmer House - "Unemployment and Mass Poverty", 27 January 1936 

187 1584

A Series of Radio Talks (WHFC, WGES, WLS), 29 and 20 January 1936 and 25 November 1935 

187 1585

Pulaski Park Field House - "The Human Side of WPA in Illinois", 12 February 1936 

187 1586

WCFL AND WTMV - "Conservation of Human Resources", 19 February and 5 February 1936 

187 1587

Democratic Women's Club (Winnetka) - "Mass Poverty and the Democratic State", 25 February 1936 

187 1588

WROK (Rockford) - "New Trends in WPA", 6 March 1936 

187 1589

WMBD (Peoria) - "New Trends in WPA", 10 March 1936 

188 1590

Peoria Luncheon - "Better Illinois Communities Through Federal Works Projects", 10 March 1936 

188 1591

WTMV - "New Trends in WPA", 11 March 1936 

188 1592

WEBQ - "New Trends in WPA", 12 March 1936 

188 1593

WJBL (Decatur) - "New Trends in WPA", 13 March 1936 

188 1594

National Association of Public Schools Business Officials - "Public Schools and the Democratic State", 14 March 1936 

188 1595

WCLS (Joliet) - "Illinois Communities and New Trends in WPA", 19 March 1936 

188 1596

NYA Community Council - "Overcoming Depression Trends in Illinois",, 23 March 1936 

188 1597

Olivet Institute - "Mass Poverty in Chicago and Cook County", 18 March 1936 

188 1598

Olivet Institute Forum - "Mass Poverty in Illinois",, 25 March 1936 

188 1599

WPA Symphony Concert - "Some Meanings of these Concerts", 29 March 1936 

188 1600

Olivet Institute Forum - "Mass Poverty in the United States", 1 April 1936 

188 1601

Olivet Institute Forum - "Can the American Democratic State Meet the Impact of Mass Poverty?", 8 April 1936 

188 1602

Women's Pageant of Progress (Navy Pier) - "Better Communities Through WPA", 22 April 1936 

188 1603

WCFL - "Organization of Illinois Workers on Relief" #1, 28 April 1936 

188 1604

WCFL - "Breaking the Downward Pull of Mass Poverty" #2, 29 April 1936 

188 1605

WCFL Radio talk - "Rebuilding social confidence among Illinois workers" #3,, 30 April 1936 

188 1606

WCFL Radio talk - "Preservation of family unity among Illinois workers" #4, 1 May 1936 

188 1607

WCFL Radio talk - "Creation of new horizons for Illinois youth"#5, 2 May 1936 

188 1608

WCFL Radio talk - "Conservation of our human resources in Illinois" #6, 4 May 1936 

188 1609

WCFL Radio talk - "Planning better communities in Illinois" #7, 5 May 1936 

188 1610

WCFL Radio talk - "Stimulation of purposeful activities in Illinois communities" #8, 6 May 1936 

188 1611

WCFL Radio talk - "Reinforcing culture movement in Illinois communities" #9, 7 May 1936 

188 1612

WCFL Radio talk - "WPA assists in conservation of natural resources in Illinois" #10, 8 May 1936 

188 1613

Chicago Woman's Club - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects,, 18 May 1936 

188 1614

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Princeville), 6 June 1936 

188 1615

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Riverside), 13 June 1936 

188 1616

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Chicago Heights),, 20 June 1936 

188 1617

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Matteson), 27 June 1936 

188 1618

WCFL Radio talk with Hoover and Bickham - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects", 4 July 1936 

188 1619

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects", 11 July 1936 

188 1620

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects", 18 July 1936 

188 1621

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Wilmette), 25 July 1936 

188 1622

WCFL Radio talk - "New outlooks in Illinois communities", 1 August 1936 

188 1623

WCFL Radio talk - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Berwyn), 8 August 1936 

188 1624

WCFL Radio talk - "Business recovery in Illinois communities stimulated by WPA wages", 15 August 1936 

188 1625

WHFC Bohemian Hour - "Better Illinois communities through WPA projects" (Berwyn), 17 August 1936 

188 1626

WCFL ("Better Illinois" Series) - "Better recreation for Oak Park youth", 22 August 1936 

188 1627

WCFL ("Better Illinois" Series) - "A Better Maywood", 29 August 1935 

188 1628

Scott Field - "The present outlook in the American labor market", 10 June 1936 

188 1629

WTMV (East St. Louis) - "Future of WPA in Illinois", 12 June 1936 

188 1630

WEBQ - "Future of WPA in Illinois" (not delivered), undated 

188 1631

University of Illinois Art Extension Trip, 12-13 June 1936 

188 1632

On boat "Golden Eagle" - "Cultural and social backgrounds of the hill counties of southern Illinois", 13 June 1936 

188 1633

Report of a visit - Field studies of social effects of WPA operations in southern Illinois counties, 23 June 1936 

188 1634

Chicago Junior Association of Commerce (at Hotel Morrison) - "Effects of WPA on business in Illinois", 25 June 1936 

188 1635

Sycamore Dedication of Shelter (House and Cement Tennis Courts) - "The Fourth 'R'" - 2 July 1936 

188 1636

WROK (Rockford) Radio talk - "The Fourth 'R'", 2 July 1936 

188 1637

Southside Community Project (YMCA), 8 July 1936 

188 1638

Archer Avenue Kiwanis Club - "WPA and business recovery in Illinois", 14 July 1936 

188 1639

Pastor's Institute - "Promoting cultural interest in American communities", 30 July 1936 

188 1640

Illinois Symphony Orchestra (Wilmette) - "Music and Democracy", 5 August 1936 

189 1641

Historical Records Survey (Chicago) - "Changed outlook in Illinois communities through WPA", 4 August 1936 

189 1642

WJJD Radio talk - "Voiced of the WPA worker", 12 August 1936 

189 1643

Roosevelt for President Club (University of Chicago) - "New outlooks in Illinois Communities", 14 August 1936 

189 1644

WJJD Radio talk - "Voice of the WPA clerical worker", 19 August 1936 

189 1645

Article - Adult Education Outlook - "Adult education aid democracy", September 1936 

189 1646

WCFL Radio talk - Mr. Hoover's Labor Day comments, 5 September 1936 

189 1647

Article - Federation News, 7 September 1936 

189 1648

WCFL Radio talk - "Changed outlook in Illinois", 12 September 1936 

189 1649

WJAD (Quincy) Radio talk - "Illinois labor moves ahead", 15 September 1936 

189 1650

Illinois Federation of Labor convention (Quincy) - "Illinois labor moves ahead", 16 September 1936 

189 1651

WCAZ (Carthage) radio talk - "Illinois labor moves ahead", 16 September 1936 

189 1652

Illinois Municipal League (Danville) - "New outlooks in Illinois communities", 17 September 1936 

189 1653

WCFL radio talk - "Illinois labor moves ahead", 19 September 1936 

189 1654

WCFL radio talk - "Community gain in Harvey through WPA projects", 26 September 1936 

189 1655

WCFL radio talk - "Handicapped workers in the WPA program", 3 October 1936 

189 1656

South Central Kiwanis Club - "Illinois moves forward", 6 October1936 

189 1657

Western Society of Engineers (Junior Section) - "Better Illinois communities through WPA engineering", 8 October 1936 

189 1658

WCFL radio talk - "WPA and conservation of human resources of our Illinois communities", 10 October 1936 

189 1659

Edison Park and Norwood Park Kiwanis Club - "Illinois moves forward", 15 October 1936 

189 1660

WCFL radio talk - "WPA and public opinion in Illinois", 17 October 1936 

189 1661

Historical Records Survey Dinner (Rockford) - "Condensed social history of the Great Depression in Illinois", 28 October 1936 

189 1662

WCFL radio talk with Bickham, Olander, and Dunham - "Steering WPA through a hot political campaign", 24 October 1936 

189 1663

Elgin - "Illinois moves forward through WPA projects", 29 October 1936 

189 1664

WCFL radio talk - "Community responses to WPA activities", 31 October 1936 

189 1665

Edgewater Presbyterian Church - "Illinois overcomes mass poverty", 3 November 1936 

189 1666

#1 WCFL - "Recreation activities in Chicago neighborhoods aided by WPA projects", 7 November 1936 

189 1667

Catholic Woman's League - "Overcoming mass poverty in Illinois Communities", 7 November 1936 

189 1668

#2 WCFL radio talk - "Planning recreation for Chicago youth" (Chicago Recreation Commission), 14 November1936 

189 1669

#3 WAAF - "Seven depression years and accompanying recreation developments in Chicago, 14 November 1936 

189 1670

University of Chicago round table and panel discussion, 15 November 1936 

189 1671

Photo: Lawn Civic Association, 16 November 1936 

189 1672

#4 WCFL radio talk - "Breaking depression in Chicago neighborhoods through recreation", 21 November 1936 

189 1673

#5 WCFL radio talk - "Chicago's program of organized public recreation", 28 November 1936 

189 1674

#6 WCFL radio talk - "The WPA and organized recreation in Illinois communities", 5 December1936 

189 1675

Englewood Lions Club (Rowantrees Hotel) - "WPA and business recovery", 7 December1936 

189 1676

WCFL radio talk - "Recreation in the democratic state", 12 December 1936 

189 1677

WCFL radio talk - "Signs of an American Renaissance", 19 December 1936 

189 1678

WCFL radio talk - "Adult education aids democracy", 9 January 1937 

189 1679

Farm and Home Week (University of Illinois), 14 January 1937 

189 1680

WCFL radio talk - "WPA save school children's lives", 16 January 1937 

189 1681

WCFL radio talk - "Rural life emphases in WPA activities", 23 January 1937 

189 1682

Article - Rehabilitation Review - "America's marginal workers", 29 January 1937 

190 1683

WCFL radio talk - "America's marginal workers", 30 January 1937 

190 1684

WCFL radio talk - "WPA workers in Illinois flood areas", 6 February 1937 

190 1685

The Fourth 'R', February 1937 

190 1686

WCFL radio talk - "The Fourth 'R' and character", 13 February 1937 

190 1687

WCFL radio talk - "Planning for Social Security in Illinois communities", 20 February 1937 

190 1688

First Presbyterian (Woodlawn) - "Mass poverty and America's churches", 24 February 1937 

190 1689

WCFL radio talk - "Factors of insecurity threatening Illinois communities", 27 February 1937 

190 1690

WCFL radio talk - "Mass poverty and America's churches", 6 March 1937 

190 1691

WCFL radio talk - "Social recovery in Illinois communities", 13 March 1937 

190 1692

WCFL radio talk - "Social dissatisfactions and the WPA", 20 March 1937 

190 1693

WCFL radio talk - "Social tensions and WPA activities in Illinois communities", 27 March 1937 

190 1694

WCFL radio talk - "Business groups and WPA workers", 3 April 1937 

190 1695

WCFL radio talk - "Position of WPA workers in the present Illinois labor market", 10 April 1937 

190 1696

WCFL radio talk - "The federal work program and trainees in Illinois", 17 April 1937 

190 1697

Goodwill industries - "Present position of handicapped workers in the Chicago labor market", 23 April 1937 

190 1698

WCFL radio talk - "Present position of handicapped workers in the Chicago labor market", 24 April 1937 

190 1699

Article - American Journal of Sociology - "Sociological approach to the American labor market", January 1938 

190 1700

WCFL radio talk - "Effectiveness in the labor market and some relations to WPA activities", 8 May 1937 

190 1701

First Congregational Church (talk), 9 May 1937 

190 1702

International Society for Crippled Children 16th Annual Convention - "Placement of physically handicapped workers", 12 May 1937 

190 1703

WCFL radio talk - "Recent increases in workers in Illinois labor market", 15 May 1937 

190 1704

WCFL radio talk - "Bearing of recent increases in the American labor market upon WPA activities", 22 May 1937 

190 1705

WCFL radio talk - "Maintaining social justice in the labor market", 27 May 1937 

190 1706

WCFL radio talk - "Types of surplus workers in the labor market", 3 June 1937 

190 1707

WCFL radio talk - "Social results of the current labor surplus in the labor market", 10 June 1937 

190 1708

Dedication Mannheim Grade School, 12 June 1937 

190 1709

Wilmette Optimists Club, 14 June 1937 

190 1710

WCFL radio talk - "Balancing supply and demand in the labor market", 17 June 1937 

190 1711

WCFL radio talk - "Economic folly of maintaining America's surplus workers in idleness", 24 June 1937 

190 1712

WCFL radio talk - "Economic wisdom of placing surplus workers in employment", 1 July 1937 

190 1713

WCFL radio talk - "Responsibility for placing America's surplus workers in remunerative employment", 8 July 1937 

190 1714

WCFL radio talk - "Putting America's surplus workers in gainful employment", 17 July 1937 

190 1715

WCFL radio talk - "Putting America's surplus workers in gainful employment through production expansion", 24 July1937 

190 1716

College Camp, Wisconsin - "Present conditions of the American labor market", 30 July 1937 

190 1717

Article - Commerce - "Conflicting trends in the Illinois labor market", 10 August 1937 

190 1718

Illinois Conference on Social Welfare (Rockford), October 1937 

190 1719

WROK (Rockford) radio talk - "Conflicting trends in the Illinois labor market", 26 October 1937 

190 1720

WCFL radio talk - "Chicago's frontier labor market", 15 November 1937 

190 1721

WCFL radio talk - "Chicago's agricultural labor market", 22 November 1937 

190 1722

Hammond Chamber of Commerce - "Conflicting trends in Chicago's regional labor market", 9 December 1937 

190 1723

WCFL radio talk - "Chicago's industrial labor market", 5 January1938 

190 1724

Optimists Club (LaSalle Hotel) - "Human side of WPA activities", 7 January 1938 

190 1725

WCFL radio talk - "Chicago depression labor market", 12 January 1938 

190 1726

Joyce Kilmer School Father's Club - "Vocational future of youth in Chicago", 18 January 1938 

191 1727

WCFL radio talk - "Changing position of buyers of labor in Chicago", 19 January 1938 

191 1728

WCFL radio talk - "Changing outlook for sellers of labor in Chicago", 26 January 1938 

191 1729

WCFL radio talk - "Present outlook in Chicago's labor market", 2 February 1938 

191 1730

WPA pamphlets, 1938-1939 

191 1731

WCFL - Surplus workers in Chicago, 9 February 1938 

191 1732

WGN - Lincoln program series, 9 February 1938 

191 1733

WCFL - Migratory workers in Chicago, 16 February 1938 

191 1734

Forum group - John Marshall Law School, 19 February 1938 

191 1735

WCFL - Handicapped workers in Chicago, 23 February 1938 

191 1736

WCFL - Organization of buyers of labor, 2 March 1938 

191 1737

Women's Club of Chicago Ethical Society - Human side of the WPA, 8 March1938 

191 1738

WCFL - Organization of sellers of labor, 9 March 1938 

191 1739

New Trier girls school - vocations and languages, 10 March 1938 

191 1740

WCFL - organization of labor bargaining, 16 March 1938 

191 1741

Plebeian forum - Surplus workers in Chicago, 20 March 1938 

191 1742

WCFL - coordination of buyers and sellers, 23 March 1938 

191 1743

WCFL - achievement of social justice, 21 April 1938 

191 1744

Northwestern University - Progressive Education Association panel, 18 November 1938 

191 1745

Evanston League of Women Voters - Work programs, 23 February 1939 

191 1746

Woodlawn League of Women Voters - Work programs, 6 March 1939 

191 1747

WPA county stories - October and November, 1938 

191 1748

WLS - Question and Answer with McCrary, NEC Director, 19 November 1938 

191 1749

Shut-In Christmas Party - Georgian Hotel, 22 December 1939 

191 1750

WGN - Work under American democracy, 11 January 1939 

191 1751

Chicago Forum - Jewish People's Institute, 5 February1939 

191 1752

Education Division - Department 3 supervisory staff, 10 February 1939 

191 1753

Hyde Park League of Women Voters talk, 17 February 1939 

191 1754

Public Affairs Section - WPA adult education program, 27 March 1939 

191 1755

Washington Park forum, April 13, 1939 

192 1756

Public Forum (946 N. Clark Street), 14 April 1939 

192 1757

Young Peoples League, First ME Church (Oak Park) - America's work programs, 16 April 1939 

192 1758

Sikora Hall - Polish-American Unions, 16 April1939 

192 1759

WJBL talk, 10 May 1939 

192 1760

Social Science Institute forum - Integration of America's work programs, 11 May 1939 

192 1761

YMCA - Congregational Minister's meeting, 22 May 1939 

192 1762

WLS talk #1, 2 June 1939 

192 1763

WLS talk #2, 5 June 1939 

192 1764

WCFL talk #3, 7 June 1939 

192 1765

WLS talk #4, 9 June 1939 

192 1766

WCFL talk #1, 13 June 1939 

192 1767

WCFL talk #2, 14 June 1939 

192 1768

WCFL talk #3, 17 June 1939 

192 1769

WCFL talk #4, 18 June 1939 

192 1770

WCFL talk #5, 21 June 1939 

192 1771

Southern Illinois conditions, September 1934 

193 1772

"Recovery at the relief level" paper, 18 October 1934 

193 1773

Ten talks on relief in Illinois, 11-22 February 1935 

193 1774

Ten talks on relief, 12 February 1935 

193 1775

Ten talks on relief, 13 February1935 

193 1776

Ten talks on relief, 14 February 1935 

193 1777

Ten talks on relief, 15 February 1935 

193 1778

Ten talks on relief, 18 February 1935 

193 1779

Ten talks on relief, 19 February 1935 

193 1780

Ten talks on relief, 20 February 1935 

193 1781

Ten talks on relief, 21 February 1935 

193 1782

Ten talks on relief, 22 February 1935 

193 1783

Lectures and radio talks, 1934-1935 

193 1784

Horner Unemployment Commission, 1937 

193 1785

Horner Unemployment Commission, 1937 

193 1786

WLS correspondence, 6 February 1935 

193 1787

WLS correspondence, 6 February 1935 

193 1788

WLS correspondence, 6 February 1935 

193 1789

Woodlawn - South Shore Advisory Committee, 8 February 1935 

193 1790

Forward and notes to manuscript, ca.1939 

194 1791

Preface and acknowledgments to manuscript, 1968 

194 1792

Chapter 1 - Chicago race relations, 1922 

194 1793

Chapter 2 - Race relations in our changing cultural streams, undated 

194 1794

Grace Presbyterian talk and notes, 1939 

194 1795

Chapter 3 - Race and the depression labor market, 1937 

194 1796

Chapter 8 - Democratic government resists the new racism, 1937 

194 1797

Race relations in the post-war period, ca. 1948 

194 1798

Part 8 - America's churches on the racial frontiers, undated 

194 1799

Racist trends, May 1950 

194 1800

Battling the new racialism, October 1947 

194 1801

Notes on the race problem conference, 1946-1949 

194 1802

Research materials, 1948 

195 1803

Outline of research in race relations, ca. 1944 

195 1804

Illinois Interracial Commission - Roman II - research materials, ca. 1947 

195 1805

Illinois Interracial Commission - Roman III - research materials, ca. 1947 

195 1806

Illinois Interracial Commission - Roman IV - research materials, ca. 1947 

195 1807

Illinois civil rights violations, 1948 

195 1808

Fighting edge of civil rights, 1948 

195 1809

Northwest Kiwanis, 14 April 1948 

195 1810

Highland Park Interfaith group, 16 March 1948 

195 1811

East Chicago, Indiana, 4 March 1948 

195 1812

North Shore Civil Rights report, 28 September 1948 

195 1813

Battling the new racialism, 1939-1944 

195 1814

B'Nai Birith - Chicago Council, 1948 

195 1815

B'Nai Birith - Waukegan, 1948 

195 1816

Anti-Semitism, 1948 

195 1817

Clippings and Churches, 1948-1954 

196 1818

Christians and Human Rights, 8 June 1952 

196 1819

First Methodist, 15 March 1950 

196 1820

"The Sink and the Holy Hill" manuscript, 1951 

196 1821

Central Presbyterian Church, March-November, 1950 

196 1822

First Congregational Church, 4 November 1951 

196 1823

Northwestern University sociology class, 16 April 1952 

196 1824

Churches at mid-century, 1950 

196 1825

Racialism and democracy, 1950 

196 1826

Chicago post-war racism, 1950 

196 1827

Chicago post-war racism, 1950 

196 1828

Post-war racism challenges the church, 1950 

196 1829

Racism in the American churches, 1951 

196 1830

Church Federation - race relations, 21 May 1952 

196 1831

Zions Herald article, 4 July 1951 

196 1832

Champaign-Urbana visit, 12 February 1958 

197 1833

"Badge of Inferiority" manuscript, 1-15 October 1956 

197 1834

"The racist web" manuscript - submitted to The Progressive, 26 March 1956 

197 1835

Miscellaneous manuscripts, ca. 1940 

197 1836

Manuscript on racism and democracy, March 1956 

197 1837

Chapter 1 - Mid-century trends on racial frontiers, 1950-1952 

197 1838

Darwin centennial, 24 November 1947 

197 1839

Notes on Joseph Arthur Gobineau's later work, 1958 

198 1840

Notes on archeology, ca. 1956-1960 

198 1841

Chapter 3 - early influence on slavery and racial theories, ca. 1958 

198 1842

New possibilities in human relations, ca. 1960 

198 1843

Working papers, 24 June 1960 

198 1844

Section on mankind and its relations to nature and universe (unfinished), 20 October 1960 

198 1845

Kant and Herder, 20 March 1961 

198 1846

Alexander Von Humboldt notes, 7 November 1958 

198 1847

Notes on Bacon, Grotius, Hobbes and Locke, ca. 1960 

198 1848

Chapter 11 - Anthropology, ca. 1959 

198 1849

Notes on ethnology and anthropology, September 1959 

198 1850

Materials on "blood myth", August 1959 

198 1851

Notes on Houston Chamberlain, undated 

198 1852

Notes on racist dogmas, 1959 

199 1853

Notes on Ludwig Schermann, 1959 

199 1854

Notes on Alfred Rosenberg, 1959 

199 1855

Notes on Hitler and the Nazis, 1959 

199 1856

Notes on Hitler and the Nazis, 1959 

199 1857

Notes on Gunther, 1959 

199 1858

Notes on Part II - Content analysis of Gobineau, 1958 

199 1859

Part III - Gobineau's theories of racial inequalities, 1959 

199 1860

Notes on Gobineau and "Inequalities of Human Races", 1958 

199 1861

Notes on race and ethnology, ca. 1960-1968 

199 1862

Samuel Witwer correspondence, January 1974 

199 1863

X - Section on Kant's sources (for ideas on anthropology, ca. 1961) 

200 1864

Notes on Kant (mostly used), 29 December 1960 

200 1865

V - Translation of Kant's definition of the idea of a human race, 11 November 1961 

200 1866

Chapter 23 notes - valid science and racists science, 11 November 1961 

200 1867

Part I A - Kant on men in his "Lectures in Physical Geography" (1757), 11 November 1961 

200 1868

Notes on sections already written, 10 October 1958 

200 1869

Kant, 11 November 1961 

200 1870

Working section, February 1960 

200 1871

Pan-Germanism, ca. 1959 

200 1872

Hitler and the Nazis, 1959 

200 1873

Farmers Association, 1968 

201 1874

Emancipation and racism notes, March 1962 

201 1875

Notes on mid-nineteenth century, ca. 1948 

201 1876

Chapter on racism in the United States after 1860, ca. 1947 

201 1877

Emergence of "humanity" in ancient society, September-October, 1960 

201 1878

Emergence of "humanity" in ancient society, September-October, 1960 

201 1879

Emergence of "humanity" in ancient society, September-October, 1960 

201 1880

Emergence of "humanity" in ancient society, 1960 

201 1881

Suggestions for themes, sections and methods, 3 August 1959 

201 1882

Chapter 4, ca. 1958 

201 1883

Chapters 16 and 17 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1884

University of Chicago Press correspondence on manuscript draft, 1965 

202 1885

Vantage Press correspondence on manuscript draft, June 1963 

202 1886

Quadrangle Books correspondence on manuscript draft, June 1962 

202 1887

Otto Geppert and his contacts, ca. 1962 

202 1888

"History of Racism" manuscript correspondence, 1962 

202 1889

Manuscript re-organization, 1967-1968 

202 1890

Manuscript materials, June 10, 1964 

202 1891

Manuscript materials, 1969 

202 1892

Manuscript revised outline, undated 

202 1893

Chapter 2 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1894

Chapter 3 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1895

Chapter 5 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1896

Chapter 6 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1897

Chapter 7 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1898

Chapter 8 manuscript revisions, undated 

202 1899

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Series IV: Civil Rights Work 

This series contains notes, clippings, manuscripts, reports, minutes, pamphlets, plans, memoranda, photos, resolutions, mailing lists, financial reports, petitions and newsletters. Related to Civil Rights work, especially in the Chicago area in the period 1946-1972. 

Box Folder

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1946-1947 

203 1900

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1946-1947 

203 1901

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1948 

204 1902

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1949 

204 1903

North Shore Citizens Committee, 195-1952 

204 1904

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1950 

204 1905

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1954-1955 

204 1906

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1952-1954 

204 1907

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1956 

204 1908

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1956 

204 1909

Education and miscellaneous correspondence, 1939-1940 

205 1910

Reports and papers on students, 1929-1943 

205 1911

Handicapped workers manuscript, undated 

205 1912

Civil Rights clippings, 1958 

205 1913

Desegregation clippings, 1956 

205 1914

Civil Rights clippings, 1957 

205 1915

Evanston Human Relations Council, ca. 1958 

206 1916

Evanston Human Relations Council, May 1958 

206 1917

Evanston Interracial Council, October 1950 

206 1918

Evanston Interracial Council, October 1950 

206 1919

National and international human rights law, ca. 1950 

207 1920

Christian Century mss - "Race Violence in Cicero 'Why?'", 11 August 1951 

207 1921

Racist violence letter to The Nation magazine, 2 February 1952 

207 1922

Notes and clippings, ca. 1957 

207 1923

Collected manuscripts, ca. 1957 

207 1924

Collected manuscripts, ca. 1957 

207 1925

Report of Methodist Historical Society - North Central jurisdiction, 1955 

207 1926

Baltimore Inter-racial Leadership Conference report, December 1956 

207 1927

Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination - newsletters, 1953 

208 1928

Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination - correspondence, 1947-1955 

208 1929

Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination - miscellaneous materials, 1953-1955 

208 1930

Newsweek magazines and F.O.R. comic on Montgomery bus boycott, 1956-1957 

208 1931

Clippings, pamphlets and A.B. Brown manuscript, ca. 1958 

208 1932

Reports and studies on college life, ca. 1924-1926 

208 1933

Reports and studies on college life, ca. 1924-1926 

208 1934

"Inside Our Colleges" manuscript, ca. 1929-1930 

208 1935

"John Wesley and his Christian conversations with Negro slaves" [first draft], 5 April 1955 

209 1936

"John Wesley and his Christian conversations with Negro slaves" [first draft], 5 April 1955 

209 1937

The Friends and Negroes in America, John Woolman (1720-1772), Anthony Benezet (1713-1784), mss undated 

209 1938

Part II: George Whitfield "Scatter the word" mss, undated 

209 1939

Part IV: Dr. Thomas Coke, undated 

209 1940

Part IV: Dr. Thomas Coke, undated 

209 1941

Clippings on racism, spring 1956 

209 1942

Methodist race relations clippings, 1956 

209 1943

Advancing the Dream, 1950 

209 1944

Civil Rights clippings, 1957 

210 1945

Civil Rights clippings, 1957 

210 1946

Segregation clippings, 1956 

210 1947

Segregation clippings, 1956 

210 1948

Citizens Council materials, 1958-1959 

210 1949

Notes, undated 

211 1950

Methodist Race Relations Conference, 1953 

211 1951

Redevelopment Area No. 1, ca, 1955 

211 1952

North Lawndale Conservation Area No. 2, ca. 1955 

211 1953

Kenwood Neighborhood No. 3, 1954-1955 

211 1954

Park Manor Neighborhood No. 4, ca. 1954 

211 1955

South Deering No. 5, ca. 1955 

211 1956

Smaller City, Peoria No. 6, ca. 1955 

211 1957

Law and Order Chicago Commission, 1954-1958 

212 1958

Brotherhood Awards Banquet, 27 February 1958 

212 1959

Glenview Contacts, 1958 

212 1960

State Human Relations Commission - Plans and Memoranda, 1957-1958 

212 1961

Brotherhood Awards Banquet - Publicity and Promotion, 1958 

212 1962

Brotherhood Banquet - notes, 1958 

212 1963

Community Human Relations Workshop (University of Chicago), 1958 

212 1964

Community Human Relations Workshop (University of Chicago), 1958 

212 1965

Youth and Older Adults Conference (University of Chicago), 1958 

212 1966

Conference of Christians and Jews, 1952-1954 

212 1967

Conference of Christians and Jews, 1952-1954 

212 1968

Fellowship of Reconciliation - Hiroshima commemoration, 1958 

213 1969

Fellowship of Reconciliation - Notes, 1957 

213 1970

NAACP - mailings and press, 1955-1958 

213 1971

Homer Jack and American Committee on Africa, 1956-1959 

213 1972

American Christian Palestine Committee, January and February 1959 

213 1973

Free Synagogue, 1953-1957 

213 1974

Catholic Inter-racial Council, 1954-1958 

213 1975

Hospital Integration Panel, 23 May 1958 

213 1976

Workshop on Integration in Illinois Public Schools, 1958 

213 1977

Segregation in Chicago Public Schools, November 1957 

213 1978

Segregation in Illinois Schools, 1951-1957 

213 1979

Suggestions for a Cook County Commission on Human Relations, 1951 

213 1980

Fair Employment Practices Commission Campaign, 1953 

213 1981

Gary Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1953 

213 1982

Chicago Commission on Human Relations, ca. 1957 

213 1983

Letters to Lee Thorpe, 1963 

214 1984

Evanston Interracial Council, misc. (with photo), ca. 1957-1962 

214 1985

Evanston Interracial Council, misc., ca. 1957-1962 

214 1986

Citizens council materials, 1957-1958 

215 1987

Citizens council materials, 1957 

215 1988

Notes on ethics in Greece, ca. 1957 

215 1989

Notes on ethics in Greece, ca. 1957 

215 1990

Notes on ethics in Greece, undated 

215 1991

Montgomery bus boycott comic book and clippings, 1958 

215 1992

Detroit inter-racial conference report, 1957 

216 1993

Atlanta inter-racial conference report, January 1957 

216 1994

Baltimore and Indianapolis inter-racial conference reports, 1957 

216 1995

Missouri inter-racial leadership conference report, 1957 

216 1996

Texas human relations conference report, 1957 

216 1997

Kentucky Inter-racial Leadership Conference report, November1956 

217 1998

Tennessee Labor-Management Church and Wisconsin Inclusiveness Conference reports, April and February1956 

217 1999

Wisconsin Inclusiveness and Follow-up Conference reports, February 1956 and April 1958 

217 2000

Detroit, California, and Arizona conference reports, 1958-1959 

217 2001

Tennessee Inter-racial conference report, 1959 

217 2002

Inter-racial leadership conference reports, 1957 

217 2003

North Suburban Board meeting, 10 June 1958 

217 2004

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1958-1959 

218 2005

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1957-1958 

218 2006

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1959-1960 

218 2007

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1960-1962 

218 2008

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1961-1962 

218 2009

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1960-1961 

218 2010

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1958-1963 

218 2011

North Shore Citizens Committee, 1958-1963 

218 2012

Housing Issue - Meeting minutes, November 1962 

219 2013

Martin Luther King, Jr. Dinner, 31 October 1962 

219 2014

Freedom or Residence, August 1962 

219 2015

Freedom of Residence, October 1960 

219 2016

Freedom of Residence, October 1960 

219 2017

Freedom of Residence, 1960-1961 

219 2018

Freedom of Residence, 1960 

219 2019

Wilmette Human Relations Committee - Religion and Race conference 1963 

220 2020

Wilmette Human Relations Committee - Religion and Race Conference, 1963 

220 2021

Wilmette Human Relations Committee - Central School Meeting, 3 October 1963 

220 2022

Wilmette Human Relations Committee - Meeting Resolution, 22 April 1964 

220 2023

Freedom Democratic Clubs, 1964 

220 2024

Beth Synagogue lecture, 25 October 1964 

221 2025

Beth Synagogue lecture, 25 October 1964 

221 2026

Freedom of Residence, misc.,, November 1964 

221 2027

Freedom of Residence, misc., November 1964 

221 2028

Freedom of Residence, misc., November 1964 

221 2029

Freedom of Residence, misc., November 1964 

221 2030

Freedom of Residence, misc., November 1964 

221 2031

Freedom of Residence, 1960 

222 2032

Fair Housing Pledge samples, undated 

222 2033

Open Occupancy Materials, 1958-1959 

222 2034

Housing Literature, 1963 

222 2035

Freedom of Residence, 1963 

222 2036

Freedom of Residence - organizing materials, 1964 

222 2037

Freedom of Residence, 1963 

222 2038

Freedom of Residence, 1966 

223 2039

Freedom of Residence International Conference proceedings, 1966 

223 2040

Rescuing freedom of residence from the abyss of racism, 1966 

223 2041

North Shore summer project, 1965 

223 2042

North Shore summer project, 1965 

223 2043

Struggle for Justice in Illinois housing - notes, 25 October 1964 

223 2044

Publications on housing discrimination, 1969-1973 

223 2045

Lincoln and Emancipation after 100 years, ca. 1968 

224 2046

Lincoln and Emancipation after 100 years, ca. 1968 

224 2047

Spring Mill, 1958 

224 2048

Notes, 1962 

224 2049

Notes, 1962 

224 2050

Clippings and reports on poverty, ca. 1969 

224 2051

Chicago Committee on Human Relations and clippings, 1965 

224 2052

Chicago Committee on Human Relations, 1965 

224 2053

Wilmette Clips - Harmony Convention, 1968 

225 2054

Wilmette Clips - Harmony Convention, 1968 

225 2055

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, September 1967-January 1968 

225 2056

Klan Membership, January 1968 

225 2057

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1965-1967 

225 2058

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1965-1967 

225 2059

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1963-1965 

225 2060

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1963-1965 

225 2061

Freedom of Residence, June-September, 1970 

226 2062

Freedom of Residence meeting at Vandalia, 13 September 1969 

226 2063

Freedom of Residence picnic at Dixon, 23 August 1969 

226 2064

Freedom of Residence at Rock Island, 9 April and 21 June 1969 

226 2065

Freedom of Residence, misc., 1965-1966 

227 2066

Freedom of Residence, misc., May 1965 

227 2067

Freedom of Residence, misc., May 1965 

227 2068

Equal Opportunity Brokers Association, June 1965 

227 2069

Freedom of Residence, clippings, 1965 

227 2070

Freedom of Residence, misc., 1963-1965 

227 2071

Award and correspondence, 1965 

227 2072

Freedom of Residence, misc., 1965-1966 

228 2073

Freedom of Residence, misc., 1965 

228 2074

Freedom of Residence, misc., 1965 

228 2075

Freedom of Residence survey and notes, 1967 

228 2076

Freedom of Residence, April - June 1963 

228 2077

Inter-State Freedom of Residence Conference, 1963 

228 2078

Caravan Materials, December 1962 - January 1963 

228 2079

Civil Rights, 1964 

229 2080

Civil Rights, 1963 

229 2081

Human Relations Bulletin, 1964-1965 

229 2082

Glenview Human Relations Committee, 1966 

229 2083

Home Opportunities Made Equal, Inc., 1959 

229 2084

Home, Inc., 1965-1966 

229 2085

Home, Inc., 1965-1966 

229 2086

Home, Inc., 1962-1964 

229 2087

Home, Inc., 1962-1964 

229 2088

Home, Inc., 1960-1961 

230 2089

Home, Inc., 1959-1960 

230 2090

Home, Inc., 1959-1960 

230 2091

Freedom of Residence - Stamps and Organizing materials, undated 

231 2092

Fair housing legislation materials, undated 

231 2093

Fair housing legislation materials, undated 

231 2094

Press releases, 1967 

231 2095

Programs and Speaking, 1967 

231 2096

Miscellaneous public relations committee materials, 1967 

231 2097

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Public Relations Committee - Photos, undated 

231 2098

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Public Relations Committee, ca. 1967 

231 2099

Urban Coalition - National Action Conference, 18 January 1968 

232 2100

Urban Coalition - Mobilization Conference (UIC), 17 October 1967 

232 2101

North Suburban Organization for Fair Housing, May 1966 

233 2102

North Suburban Organization for Fair Housing, May 1966 

233 2103

North Suburban Coordinating Committee, 1966-1967 

233 2104

North Suburban Coordinating Committee, 1962-1966 

233 2105

North Suburban Organization for Fair Housing - clippings and materials, 1967 

233 2106

Politicians, 1963-1967 

234 2107

Weston Site [Argonne National Laboratories], 1966-1967 

234 2108

Weston Data [Argonne National Laboratories], ca. 1966 

234 2109

Political contacts, 1967 

234 2110

Weston Fair Housing, 1967 

234 2111

Weston Research [Argonne National Laboratories], 1967 

234 2112

CREB petitions, 1967 

235 2113

Equal housing opportunity booklet, ca. 1965 

235 2114

Housing: Fair and Otherwise pamphlet, ca. 1967 

235 2115

Illinois fair housing bills, 1967 

235 2116

Fair housing bills across the United States, undated 

235 2117

Various suggestions for action, undated 

235 2118

Illinois Senate Executive Committee, undated 

235 2119

Maps, undated 

235 2120

Senate Joint Resolution 29, undated 

235 2121

Registration and miscellany, 1967 

235 2122

Price list of fair housing pamphlets, undated 

235 2123

Integrated housing pamphlet, undated 

235 2124

Sun-Times open housing editorial reprint, 5 January 1967 

235 2125

Housing bill endorsement forms, undated 

235 2126

Illinois political district maps, undated 

235 2127

Fair housing bill summary, undated 

235 2128

Senate swing votes, 1967 

235 2129

Weston research, 1967 

235 2130

Fair housing resolution, 1967 

235 2131

Lobbying correspondence, 1967 

235 2132

Senate notes, 1967 

235 2133

Miscellaneous resources, 1966-1967 

235 2134

Organizing plan and report, 1967 

235 2135

Heaston biography and correspondence, undated 

235 2136

Supportive groups, 1967 

235 2137

Steering committee, 1966 

235 2138

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Luncheon receipts, 1967 

236 2139

House - 75th GA, 1967 

236 2140

Inquiries, 1967 

236 2141

Joint Action Board, ca. 1966 

236 2142

Joint Action Board, ca. 1966 

236 2143

Labor, 1967 

236 2144

Mailing list - Fair Housing Organization meeting, 7 September 1966 

236 2145

Mailing lists - State Human Relations Councils, 1966 

236 2146

Fair Housing Materials, 1966 

236 2147

Fair Housing Materials, 1964-1966 

236 2148

Fair Housing Materials, ca. 1966 

236 2149

Returned membership activity forms, undated 

236 2150

Contributions and acknowledgements, 1967 

237 2151

Mailing and attachments, 1967 

237 2152

[Unspecified] mailing list, undated 

237 2153

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

237 2154

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

237 2155

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

237 2156

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

237 2157

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

238 2158

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Executive Committee, 1967 

238 2159

Fair Housing correspondence, 1967 

238 2160

Direct Action - Convener Coordinating Council of Community Organizations, 1967 

238 2161

Minsky Materials, 1967 

238 2162

Responses from legislature, 1967 

238 2163

Financial Report on contributions, 1965 

238 2164

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - 24 May Luncheon, 1967 

238 2165

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - 24 May Luncheon, 1967 

238 2166

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Minutes, 1966 

239 2167

Nominations Committee, 1966 

239 2168

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Office Space and Equipment, 1966-1967 

239 2169

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Orders filled, 1967 

239 2170

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Organizing Committee, ca. 1966 

239 2171

Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law - Personnel Committee, 1966 

239 2172

Fair Housing petitions, ca. 1967 

239 2173

Fair Housing petitions, ca. 1967 

239 2174

Fair housing organizing materials, undated 

240 2175

Ad committee, 1967 

240 2176

Board meetings, 1967 

240 2177

Clergy committee, 1967 

240 2178

Clippings, 1967 

240 2179

Freeport correspondence, 1966 

240 2180

Contributions and acknowledgements, 1967 

240 2181

Contributions and acknowledgements, 1967 

240 2182

Contributions and acknowledgements, 1967 

240 2183

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, April 1970 

241 2184

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1969 

241 2185

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1969 

241 2186

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1968 

241 2187

Wilmette Fair Housing, 1972-1973 

242 2188

Wilmette Fair Housing, 1967 

242 2189

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, reports and minutes, 1970-1971 

242 2190

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1970-1971 

242 2191

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1962-1965 

242 2192

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1969 

242 2193

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1969 

242 2194

Fair Housing leaflet, undated 

242 2195

Fair housing testimony highlights, 1967 

242 2196

NAACP information, 1970 

243 2197

Clippings, 1972 

243 2198

Clippings on suffrage for 18 year olds, 1970-1971 

243 2199

Clippings on police surveillance, 1971 

243 2200

Clippings on city elections, 1971 

243 2201

Clippings on Martin Luther King, 1972 

243 2202

Wilmette Human Relations Committee, 1970 

243 2203

Civil Rights reports, 1949-1973 

243 2204

Civil Rights materials, 1947-1971 

243 2205

Newsletters and clippings, 1966-1967 

244 2206

Clippings, ca. 1966 

244 2207

Clippings, ca. 1966 

244 2208

Miscellaneous, 1967 

244 2209

Clippings, 1966 

244 2210

Miscellaneous, 1967 

244 2211

Miscellaneous, 1965-1966 

245 2212

Clippings, 1967 

245 2213

Miscellaneous, 1967 

245 2214

Clippings, ca. 1971 

245 2215

Evanston Human Relations Council, 6 March 1969 

246 2216

Evanston Human Relations Council, 6 March 1969 

246 2217

Evanston Human Relations Council, May 1968 

246 2218

Evanston - Housing Misc., 1966 

246 2219

Evanston - Housing Misc., 1966 

246 2220

Evanston and North Shore Real Estate Board, March 1967 

246 2221

Illinois Supreme Court - Fair Housing Law Decision, 1967 

246 2222

Evanston Human Relations Council, 1962-1965 

246 2223

Evanston Human Relations Council, 1962-1965 

246 2224

Racial myths that hinder community integration (Chapter 2),, undated 

247 2225

Notes and clippings, 1971 

247 2226

Human rights courts, 1970-1971 

247 2227

Decatur meeting materials, 1970 

247 2228

Constitutional convention clipping, 13 September 1970 

247 2229

"Human Rights in Lincoln Land" publicity with photo, April 1970 

247 2230

"Human Rights in Lincoln Land" manuscript, ca. 1971 

247 2231

Clippings on human rights in the Soviet Union, ca. 1970 

247 2232

Materials for Springfield presentation, 27 March 1971 

247 2233

Materials for Springfield presentation, 27 March 1971 

247 2234

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Series V: Civil Liberties and the ACLU 

The Civil Liberties and ACLU series contains agendas, financial statements, bulletins, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, press releases, and reports for the 1950s and 1960s in the State of Illinois. 

Box Folder

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, May-Dec 1950 

248 2235

ACLU Executive Committee papers, May-December 1950 

248 2236

ACLU Executive Committee, 1951 

248 2237

Civil liberties and minority rights, July 1951 

248 2238

Civil liberties and minority rights, July 1951 

248 2239

ACLU - Church and state briefs, conscientious objection, ca. 1953 

248 2240

ACLU minutes, 1952 

249 2241

ACLU minutes, 1952 

249 2242

ACLU minutes, 1952 

249 2243

ACLU minutes, 1952 

249 2244

ACLU minutes, 1952 

249 2245

ACLU minority rights, 1952 

249 2246

ACLU minority rights, January-December 1951 

249 2247

ACLU minutes, 1951 

249 2248

ACLU minutes, 1951 

249 2249

ACLU minutes, 1951 

249 2250

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-December 1954 

250 2251

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-December 1954 

250 2252

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-December 1954 

250 2253

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, July-December 1953 

250 2254

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-July 1953 

250 2255

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-July, 1953 

250 2256

ACLU minutes, 1951 

250 2257

ACLU agendas and minutes, January-December, 1955 

251 2258

ACLU agendas and minutes, January-December 1955 

251 2259

ACLU agendas and minutes, January-December 1955 

251 2260

ACLU agendas and minutes, January-December 1955 

251 2261

ACLU agendas and minutes, 1954 

251 2262

ACLU briefs, 1954 

251 2263

Pamphlets, 1951-1953 

251 2264

ACLU Executive Committee minutes, January-December 1954 

251 2265

ACLU, 1957 

252 2266

ACLU, 1957 

252 2267

ACLU, 1957 

252 2268

ACLU, 1956 

252 2269

ACLU, 1956 

252 2270

Civil Liberties [civil rights], 1956 

253 2271

ACLU, January 1956 

253 2272

ACLU, January 1956 

253 2273

Illinois ACLU, 1959 

253 2274

ACLU materials, 1953-1959 

253 2275

ACLU minutes and materials, 1960 

254 2276

ACLU, 1960 

254 2277

ACLU, 1960 

254 2278

ACLU, 1959 

254 2279

ACLU, 1958 

254 2280

ACLU, 1958 

254 2281

ACLU, 1958 

254 2282

ACLU - minutes, press, reports, 1961 

255 2283

ACLU - clippings, press, manuscript, 1961 

255 2284

ACLU - pamphlets, 1961 

255 2285

ACLU - pamphlets, ca. 1956-1962 

255 2286

ACLU - bulletins, minutes, cases, 1962-1963 

255 2287

ACLU - Agendas, reports, 1962 

256 2288

ACLU - misc. 1962 

256 2289

ACLU - North Shore Chapter, 1961 

256 2290

ACLU - Reports and Bulletins, 1958-1962 

256 2291

ACLU - bulletins, speeches and memos, 1961-1962 

256 2292

ACLU - Minutes, memos, reports, bulletins, 1961 

256 2293

ACLU - press, 1964-1965 

257 2294

ACLU - minutes, reports and press, 1964 

257 2295

ACLU - minutes and bulletins, 1964 

257 2296

ACLU - minutes, bulletins, and reports, 1963 

257 2297

ACLU - minutes, bulletins and clippings, 1963 

257 2298

ACLU, 1964 

258 2299

ACLU, 1967 

258 2300

ACLU, 1967 

258 2301

ACLU, 1967 

258 2302

ACLU, 1966-1967 

258 2303

ACLU, 1968 

259 2304

ACLU, 1968 

259 2305

ACLU, 1967 

259 2306

ACLU, 1967 

259 2307

ACLU, 1967 

259 2308

ACLU, 1967 

259 2309

ACLU, 1968 

260 2310

ACLU, 1968 

260 2311

ACLU, 1968 

260 2312

ACLU, 1968 

260 2313

ACLU, 1968 

260 2314

ACLU finances and reports, 1968-1969 

261 2315

ACLU memoranda, 1969 

261 2316

Inside ACLU bulletin, 1968-1970 

261 2317

ACLU Brief, 1969-1970 

261 2318

ACLU clippings, 1968-1969 

261 2319

ACLU pamphlets and press releases, ca. 1970 

261 2320

Springfield Foundation meeting, 27 March 1971 

262 2321

ACLU, May-July 1970 

262 2322

ACLU finances, 20 August 1970 

262 2323

ACLU reports and agendas, ca. 1969-1970 

262 2324

ACLU minutes and agendas, 1969-1970 

262 2325

ACLU finances and report, March-April 1970 

262 2326

Agendas and reports, July 1970 

262 2327

Miscellaneous reports, 1969-1970 

262 2328

ACLU, 1971 

263 2329

ACLU, 1971 

263 2330

ACLU, 1971 

263 2331

ACLU, 1971 

263 2332

ACLU, 1970 

263 2333

ACLU, 1970 

263 2334

ACLU, 1970 

263 2335

ACLU correspondence, 1966-1972 

264 2336

ACLU correspondence and notes, 1970 

264 2337

ACLU, 1971 

264 2338

ACLU newsletters and correspondence, 1972 

264 2339

Civil liberties, 1975 

264 2340

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Series VI: Oversized Items 

The oversized items include reports and ephemera from Bickham's Civil Rights and Missionary work 

Box Folder

Posters for Ft. Leonard Wood Mission,, undated 

265 2341

National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Award to Bickham, 1960 

265 2342

Wilmette Human Relations Committee Annual Meeting, 6 May 1965 

265 2343
Oversize

Conflicts Between Brotherhood & Racist & Demagogic Dogmas poster (undated) and 2 copies of Wilmette Life, October 22, 1970 

Folder 2344

Certificates and Diplomas, 1903-1919 

Folder 2345

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