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Norman E. Himes papers

Overview

The Norman E. Himes papers, 1918-1956 (inclusive), 1925-1950 (bulk), consist of correspondence files, manuscripts of books, articles, and speeches, and additional records produced by Himes' research, writing, and teaching activities.

Dates

  • 1918-1956 (inclusive),
  • Majority of material found within 1925-1950 .

Creator

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Extent

132 boxes
The Norman E. Himes papers consist of correspondence files, book manuscripts, articles, speeches, and additional records produced by Himes' research, writing, and teaching activities. The bulk of the records date from 1925-1950.

Biographical Note

Norman E. Himes (1899-1949), B.S., 1923, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, M.A., 1924, Harvard University, Ph.D., 1932, Harvard University, was a teacher and scholar in the fields of sociology and economics, with research interests in social reforms and cultural developments. His research frequently focused on: history of contraception and the birth control movement; marriage and family relations; and birth control (as a means to challenge what he saw as population problems).

Norman Edwin Himes was born in 1899 in Jersey City, New Jersey to Edward Himes, a moulder, and Sarah Himes. Himes was identified as white in the 1920 census. He received B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University. From 1923 to 1925 he was a Robert Treat Payne Fellow in Social Ethics at Harvard, and from 1926 to 1927 he was a Travelling Fellow of the Social Science Research Council. He taught at Cornell College, Cornell, Iowa (Instructor in Economics and Sociology, 1925-1926); Simmons College and Simmons School of Social Work, Boston, Massachusetts (Instructor in Economics, 1928-1930); Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts (Associate Professor of Economics and Sociology, 1930-1931); and Colgate University, Hamilton, New York (Assistant Professor of Sociology, 1932-1938; Professor of Sociology, 1938-1942). Outside of academe, he served as a consultant to the National Committee on Maternal Health from 1932 to 1936, and he represented the United States at the 1937 International Population Conference in Paris, France. He was fired from Colgate in June 1941 and officially terminated in 1942. During World War II, Himes left the scholarly world for government service, serving in Washington, D.C. as a Major in the Office of the Surgeon General (1943-1944) and as a member of the War Manpower Commission (1944-1945). The following year, he was Professor of Sociology at Biarritz American University, a short-lived postwar school for G.I.s in Biarritz, France. He continued government work during the postwar period, specializing in adult education and youth programs. Working for the United States Office of Military Government in Germany, he was part of the Office of Special Education in Berlin beginning in 1946, and of the Information Services Division in Bremen, beginning in 1948.

Himes’ areas of study included marriage, birth control, and population. He believed that poor and disadvantaged people constituted the “wrong family stocks,” and that by reproducing, they were lowering the intelligence of the population (1). Himes corresponded extensively with many people—sociologists, economics, historians, medical practitioners, people in the publishing industry, and many others, regarding both personal and professional topics. Himes’ publications include Place on Population (editor, 1930); The Truth About Birth Control (1931); Guide to Birth Control Literature (1931); Economics, Sociology and the Modern World (“Carver Festschrift”) (editor, 1935); Medical History of Contraception (1936); The Challenge of Birth Control (1938); Practical Birth Control Methods (1938); and Your Marriage (1940). He also edited Marriage Hygiene (American editor, 1934-1937) and Longman’s Sociology Series (1940-1943).

Himes married Vera C. Hokanson in 1924. Hokanson died in a plane crash in October 1946. In 1947, Himes married Marian King Bailey. Himes died in Venice, Italy on June 6, 1949, after a fall in his hotel room. The cause of death is described either as a heart attack or as a fractured skull (2). At the time of his death, his unfinished research projects included two books, Social and Economic History of Contraception and Preparation for Marriage.

1. Mallon, Winifred. “Freer Data Urged on Birth Control.” New York Times, April 13, 1938. https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1938/04/13/96813961.html?pageNumber=27.

2. “Eugenicist Dies in Fall.” New York Times. Jun. 7, 1949. https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1949/06/07/84270243.html?pageNumber=38.

"Himes, Norman Edwin, 1899-1949. Papers, 1918-1956 (inclusive), 1925-1950 (bulk): Finding Aid," OnView: Digital Collections &amp: Exhibits, accessed 24 September 2020, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/26411.
Chronology of Norman E. Himes
1899
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, on August 4
1923 & 1924
Awarded BS and MA degrees at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
1924
Married Vera C. Hokanson
1923-25
Robert Treat Payne Fellow at Harvard University
1925-26
Instructor in economics and sociology at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa
1926-27
Travelling Fellow, Social Science Research Council
1928-30
Instructor in economics, Simmons College and Simmons School of Social Work, Boston, Massachusetts
1930
Publication of Place on Pupulation
1930-31
Associate Professor of economics and sociology, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts
1931
Publication of The Truth about Birth Control Publication of Guide to Birth Control Literature
1932
Awarded PhD degree at Harvard University
1932-36
Consultant to National Committee on Maternal Health
1932-42
Assistant Professor (1932-38) and Professor (1938-42) of Sociology at Colgate University, Hamilton, New York
1934-37
American editor of Marriage Hygiene
1935
Publication of Economics, Sociology and the Modern World (Carver Festschrift)
1936
Publication of Medical History of Contraception Visiting instructor of sociology at University of Colorado summer school
1937
Publication of Knowlton's Fruits of Philosophy American delegate at International Population Conference in Paris, France
1938
Publication of The Challenge of Birth Control Publication of Practical Birth Control Methods
1940
Publication of Your Marriage [English edition titled Happy Marriage published in 1941]
1940-43
Editor of Longmans Sociology Series
1941-42
Fired by Pres. Cutten of Colgate in June, 1941, but official termination changed to 1942
1943-44
Major, Office of Surgeon General, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C.
1944-45
War Manpower Commission, Washington, D.C.
1945-46
Professor of sociology at Biarritz American University, Biarritz, France
1946-48
Office of Special Education, Berlin, Germany OMG
1946
Vera C. Himes killed in plane crash in October
1947
Married Marian King Bailey in January
1948-49
Information Services Division, Bremen, Germany OMG
1949
Died of heart attack in Venice, Italy on June 6; buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia

Series and Subseries in the Collection

  1. I. Correspondence and Related Records, 1922-1950, undated
  2. ___A. Chronological Correspondence, 1925-1949
  3. ______ 1. General Correspondence, 1925-1949
  4. ______ 2. Inquiries to NEH, 1927-1948
  5. ___B. Alphabetical Files, 1925-1950, undated
  6. ______ 1. National Organizations Files, 1925-1944
  7. ______ 2. State and Local Groups Records, 1926-1942
  8. ______ 3. Publishers Correspondence, 1927-1948
  9. ______ 4. Journals Files, 1925-1944
  10. ______ 5. Libraries Files, 1926-1945
  11. ______ 6. Book Dealers Correspondence, 1925-1943, undated
  12. ______ 7. Corporate Correspondence, 1925-1943
  13. ______ 8. Correspondence with Individuals, 1925-1950
  14. ___C. Subject Files, 1922-1950, undated
  15. ______ 1. English Birth Control Clinics Study Records, 1926-1932, undated
  16. ______ 2. Medical History of Contraception Files, 1930-1937, undated
  17. ______ 3. Carver Festschrift Files, 1932-1937
  18. ______ 4. Marriage Hygiene Files, 1935-1941
  19. ______ 5. Colgate Course on Marriage and Family Records, 1937-1941, undated
  20. ______ 6-7. The Challenge of Birth Control Files, 1937-1941, undated and Practical Control Methods Files, 1937-1941, undated
  21. ______ 8. Your Marriage Files, 1939-1943, undated
  22. ______ 9. Preparation for Marriage Records, 1939-1950, undated
  23. ______ 10. Longmans Sociology Series Files, 1940-1955, undated
  24. ______ 11. Translations of NEH Books, 1940-1955, undated
  25. ______ 12. Research Projects and REcords, 1926-1946, 1955-1956
  26. ___D. Personal and Biographical Records, 1922-1949, undated
  27. ______ 1. Job Hunting Files, 1926-1949
  28. ______ 2. Academic Career Files, 1922-1949
  29. ______ 3. Military and Government Service Files, 1943-1949
  30. ______ 4. Biographical Records, 1930-1949, undated
  31. ______ 5. Personal Financial Files, 1934-1944, undated
  32. II. Manuscripts and Publication Files, 1926-1949, undated
  33. ___ A. Speech Files, 1928-1949
  34. ___ B. Published NEH Articles, 1928-1940
  35. ___ C. Unpublished Articles, 1926-1935, undated
  36. ___ D. Notes, Fragments, and Related Publication Records, undated
  37. ___ E. Published Books and Contributions to Books, undated
  38. ___ F. Unpublished Books, undated
  39. III. Harvard College Courses Records and Research Files, 1919-1940, undated
  40. ___ A. Harvard College Courses Records, 1919-2925, undated
  41. ___ B. Research Files, 1923-1940

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Norman E. Himes papers were donated to Countway Library in 1967 by Marian King (Bailey, Himes) Weinberg, Himes' second wife and widow, of New York, New York and Ridgefield, Connecticut.

Bibliography

  • Published Books
  • ___PLACE ON POPULATION, ed. by NEH, with Introduction and New appendices, London: Allen & Uniwin, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930
  • ___THE TRUTH ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL, New York, John Day Company, 1931
  • ___GUIDE TO BIRTH CONTROL LITERATURE, London, Noel Douglas, 1931
  • ___ECONOMICS, SOCIOLOGY AND THE MODERN WORLD [Carver Festschrift] ed. by NEH, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1935
  • ___MEDICAL HISTORY OF CONTRACEPTION, Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, London: Allen & Unwin, 1936
  • ___KNOWLTON'S FRUITS OF PHILOSOPHY, ed. by NEH, Mt. Vernon, New York, Peter Pauper Press, 1937
  • ___THE CHALLENGE OF BIRTH CONTROL, New York: Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, 1938
  • ___PRACTICAL BIRTH CONTROL METHODS, New York, Modern Age Books, 1938; London, Allen & Unwin, 1940
  • ___YOUR MARRIAGE, New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1940; London, Allen & Unin (Happy Marriage), 1941
  • published Books
  • ___ESSAYS ON BIRTH CONTROL: HISTORICAL, SOCIAL, AND CLINICAL [ca. 1931
  • ___JOHN STUART MILL AND THE BIRTH CONTROL CONTROVERSY [ca. 1931
  • ___PREPARATION FOR MARRIAGE, ed. by NEH [ca. 1941-42]
  • ___SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY OF CONTRACEPTION
  • Contributions to Books
  • ___MEN, GROUPS, AND THE COMMUNITY: A survey in the Social Sciences, ed. by Thomas H. Robinson, New York & London, 1940 Chap. 11, “The Family,” and Chap. 25, “Family Difficulties” contributed by NEH
  • ___DICTIONARY OF SOCIOLOGY, ed. by Henry Pratt Fairchild, New York, The Philosophical Library, [1943?] As a contributing editor, NEH was responsible for definitions in the areas of birth control and population, etc.
  • ___THE MARRIAGE READER: A Guide to Sex Satisfaction and Happiness in Marriage, by Samuel G. and Esther Kling, New York, 1947 Chapters on “Positions in Coitus” and “Shall We Adopt a Child?” reprinted from Your Marriage
  • Published Articles
  • ___“The Birth Control Handbills of 1823,” Lancet, 1927
  • ___“The Relation of Birth Control to Infant Mortality and Pregnancy Waste,” Jewish Scial Service Quarterly, 1928
  • ___“The Place of John Stuart Mill and of Robert Owen in the History of English Neo-Malthusianism,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1928
  • ___“Charles Knowlton's Revolutionary Influence on the English Birth-Rate,” New England Journal of Medicine, 1928
  • ___“British Birth Control Clinics: Some Results and Eugenic Aspects of Their Work,” Eugenics Review, 1928
  • ___(with Vera C. Himes) “Birth Control for the British Working Classes: A Study of the First Thousand Cases to Visit an English Birth Control Clinic,” Hospital Social Service, 1929
  • ___“A Critical Review of ‘Medical Aspects of Contraception',” New England Journal of Medicine, 1929
  • ___“A Critical Review of James F. Cooper's ‘Technique of Contraception',” Medical Journal and Record, 1929
  • ___“McCulloch's Relation to the Neo-Malthusianism Propaganda of His Time: An Episode in the History of English Neo-Malthusianism,” Journal of Political Economy, 1929
  • ___“John Stuart Mill's Attitude toward Neo-Malthusianism,” Economic Journal Supplement, 1929
  • ___“Eugenic Thought in the American Birth Control Movement a Century Ago,” Eugenics, 1929
  • ___“Some Untouched Birth Control Problems,” Eugenics, 1930
  • ___“Robert Dale Owen, the Pioneer of American Neo-Malthusianism,” American Journal of Sociology, 1930
  • ___“Contraceptive Methods: The Types Recommended by Nine British Birth Control Clinics,” New England Journal of Medicine, 1930
  • ___“Note on the Early History of Contraception in America,” New England Journal of Medicine, 1931
  • ___“Sorganus on Birth Control,” New England Journal of Medicine, 1931
  • ___“The Cooperation of Social Agencies and Physicians with Representative American Birth Control Clinics, Hospital Social Service, 1932
  • ___“Birth Control in Historical and Clinical Perspective,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1932
  • ___“Note on the Origin of the Terms Contraception, Birth Control, Neo-Malthusianism, Etc.,” Medical Journal and Record, 1932
  • ___“Charles Knowlton,” a biographical sketch for Dictionary of American Biography,” 1932-33
  • ___“Robert Dale Owen,” “Charles Knowlton,” “Richard Carlile,” “Alexander Hill Everett,” biographical sketches for Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1932-33
  • ___“Medical Hisotry of Contraception,” New England Journal of Medicine (reprinted in Marriage Hygiene), 1934
  • ___“Contraceptive Technique in Islam and Europe during the Middle Ages,” Marriage Hygiene, 1934
  • ___“The Vita Revolution,” Survey Graphic, 1935
  • ___“The Birth Rate of Families on Relief: A Summary of Recent Studies in the U.S.A.,” Marriage Hygiene, 1935
  • ___“Birth Control,” Social Work Yearbook, 1935
  • ___“The Rarissima of Birth Control,” Colophon, 1935
  • ___“News From the U.S.A.,” Eugenics Review, 1935-36
  • ___“Thomas Wakley,” a biographical sketch for Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1935
  • ___“Jeremy Bentham and the Genesis of English Neo-Malthusfanism,” Economic Journal Supplement, 1936
  • ___(with Randolph Cauthley) “Condom,” Encyclopedia Sexualis, 1936
  • ___“Birth Control, History of” and “Condom, History of” Encyclopedia Sexualis, 1936
  • ___“Robert Dale Owen,” “Richard Carlile,” “Charles Knowlton,” “Francis Place,” “Annie Besant,” “Charles Bradlaugh,” biographical sketches for Encyclopedia Sexualis, 1936
  • ___“A Critical Review of Charles' ‘The Twilight of Parenthood',” Marriage Hygiene, 1936
  • ___“Birth Control: Some Historical Implications,” Marriage Hygiene, 1936
  • ___“Medical History of Contraception,” Journla of Contraception, 1936
  • ___“Highlights on the History of Birth Control,” Journal of Contraception, 1937
  • ___“Benjamin Franklin on Population: A Re-examination with Special Reference to the Influence of Franklin on Francis Plance,” Economic Journal Supplement, 1937
  • ___“Forerunners of the Modern Condom,” Janus, 1938
  • ___“Birth Control and Social Work,” Survey, 1939
  • ___“Progress in a Decade of Birth Control,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1940
  • ___“If You Want to Adopt a Child,” You, 1940
  • ___“Practical Hints on Birth Control for the Busy Practitioner,” Medical Digest, 1940
  • ___“Personally as the Chief Determiner of Successful and Happy Marriage,” International Journal of Sexology, 1949
  • Unpublished Articles
  • ___“An Optimum Self-supporting Population in the United States” [ca. 1925]
  • ___“Also American Soil” [ca. 1926]
  • ___Long review of contraception: Its Theory, History and Practice by Dr. Marie C. Stopes [ca. 1927-28]
  • ___“Robert Owen's Relation to the Early English Birth Control Propaganda” [ca. 1928]
  • ___“A Critical Review of the Proceedings of the World Population Conference”; [ca. 1928]
  • ___“The Present Status of Birth Control in England,” a series of articles in three parts [ca. 1928]
  • ___“George Jacob Holyoke's Attitude toward Neo-Malthusianism” [ca. 1929-30]
  • ___“Eugenics in the Hoover Report on Recent Social Trends” [ca. 1933]
  • ___“Contraception (Birth Control) in Primitive Societies” [ca. 1933]
  • ___“Cycles in Attitude toward Population Increase” [ca. 1935]
  • ___“The Newgate Neo-Malthusians: Birth Control Disciples of Francis Place” [ca. 1935]

Processing Information

Charlotte Lellman revised the Biographical Note and wrote Scope and Content notes for this finding aid in September 2020 to bring it into compliance with the Center for the History of Medicine’s Guidelines for Inclusive and Conscientious Description (2020). In particular, Lellman eliminated the subjective tone of the Biographical Note and added information about Himes' eugenics beliefs. The previous version of the finding aid is being maintained for transparency around the descriptive process.
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Index of Correspondents

(Reference is to box and folder numbers.)
Aaron, Dr. Harold, 65:705
Adler, Elmer, 21:218
Andrews, Benjamin R., 65:706
Andrews, George Reid, 5:54
Angell, Robert C., 13:131
Aptekar, Herbert, 52:584
Ayyar, Dr. M. S. Krishnamurthi, 52:585
Baber, R. E., 31:338
Bagge, H. J., 31:339
Bailie, William, 31:340
Bain, Read, 20:209
Baird, Addison, 31:341
Ballard, James F., 24:253 25:267
Barker, Ambrose, 31:342
Barron, Henry L., 31:343
Bartram, J. G., 31:344
Beal, Hayes, 31:345
Becker, Howard, 7:72; 20:209; 31:346
Beckwich, Burnham P. and Norma, 31:347
Bedborough, George, 31:348
Beebe, Gilbert, 7:74; 10:99-103
Beebe, Ruth W. (Mrs. Gilbert), 31:349
Beilenson, Peter, 18:184-185; 21:218
Belej, Thor, 69:753
Benson, Marguerite, 4:46-48
Bernard, William, 65:707
Bertheau, Rudolph, 5:54-56 21:226
Best, Marshall A., 18:194
Best, Captain S. Payne, 31:350
Bewkes, Eugene G., 31:351
Bezanson, Anne, 55:617
Bibby, Cyril, 31:352
Bigelow, Karl W., 31:353
Bigelow, Maurice A., 5:56; 5:58
Birk, Louis, 17:177-182
Black, Algernon, 31:354
Black, John D., 55:618
Blacker, C. P., 7:77
Blackledge, Ed, 31:355
Bober, M. M. 55:619
Bonar, James, 32:356
Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh, 32:357
Boorum, Mabel, 22:238
Borchardt, Ruth, 71:769
Bossard, James H. S., 20:211; 32:358
Boughton, Alice, 4:44; 13:123
Bowers, Dr. Walter P., 24:252
Boyd, Mary Sumner, 20:213-214
Boyden, Mrs. Allen W., 13:131
Brandenburg, S. J., 32:359; 74:801
Brandt, Joseph A., 72:781
Brengelmann, Dr., Johannes, 32.360
Brewster, E. T., 32:361
Bridgman, Ralph P., 11:108; 65:708
Bromley, Dorothy Dunbar, 32:362
Brooks, Lee M., 32:363
Brown, Lucina G., 14:133
Brown, Mildred K., 51:575
Brown, Dr. W. E., 13:123
Browne, Stella, 32:364
Bryant, Carolyn, 13:123
Bryant, Louise S., 9:88-96; 10:99-101
Buchanan, Norman S. and Janet, 32:365
Burch, Guy Irving, 32:366-367
Burgess, E. W., 11:106; 64:700
Burr, Elbert W., 32:368
Bushee, Frederick A., 55:620
Cabot, Dr. Hugh, 65:709
Calabresi, Renata, 65:710
Carpenter, Niles, 33:369
Carr, Marjorie, 77:822
Carr-Saunders, A. M., 33:370
Carver, T. N., 33:371
Cary, Dr. William H., 65:711
Cason, Eloise, 33:372
Cattell, Raymond B., 33:373
Cautley, Randolph, 9:96; 10:99
Cerf, Bennett, 18:188
Chance, Janet, 33:374
Chapin, F. Stuart, 12:188; 24:256
Chappell, Edward H., 33:375
Charchill, Marlborough, 53:607
Clark, Dr. Percy LeMon, Jr., 33:376-378
Coel, Leo, 29:320
Cohen, Sarah (Waldstein) and Max, 34:379
Cook, Robert, 21:226
Cooper, Dr. James F., 6:66
Cornell, William A., 65:712
Cottrell, Leonard S., 34:380
Cox, Dr. Gladys, 57:649
Craig, Alec, 34:381
Crook, Wilfrid H., 34:382
Cullen, Stanley, 15:150
Curtis, Francis George, 71:763
Curtis, George William, 71:767
Curtis, William Fuller, 71:763
Cutner, Harry, 34:383-384
Daniels, Miss E. S., 34:385
Davie, Maurice R., 34:386
Davis, Horace B. and Marian, 34:387
Davis, Jean S., 14:140
Davis, Joseph S., 55:621
Davis, Kingsley, 34:388
Deibler, F. S., 55:622
Dennett, Mary Ware, 35:389
Derbyshire, Arthur J., 35:390
Derham, Milo G., 75:802-803
Dewey, Davis R., 20:206
Deznai, Victor, 35:391
Dice, Lee R., 65:713
Dickinson, Dr. Robert L., 9:88-96; 10:97-105
Dickinson, Z. C., 55:623
Dittmer, C. C., 7:73
Dobert, Henry, 35:392
Drysdale, C. V., 35:393
Dublin, Louis I., 35:394
Duncan, H. G., 35:395
Dunlop, Dr. Binnie, 35:396
Einstein, Albert, 74:794
Elgood, Cyril, 52:586
Ellis, Bob, 35:397
Ellis, Havelock, 35:398
Emerson, Dr. Haven, 10:102; 54:611
Ernst, Morris, 28:313-314
Estabrook, Harold K., 35:399
Everett, Ray H., 23:246
Fairchild, Henry Pratt, 11:111-112; 21:220-221; 36:400
Fairchild, Mildred, 65:714
Faris, Ellsworth, 20:208
Farrer, Marjorie, 50:565
Field, James A., 36:401
Fischer, Isadore, 52:587
Fisher, Mary, 65:715
Florence, P. Sargant and Lella, 36:402
Folsom, Joseph K., 7:75; 11:109; 14:137; 36:403
Folsome, Dr. Clair, 10:104
Fortune, R. F., 36:404
Foster, LeBaron R., 64:700
Foster, Robert G., 36:405
Fowle, Helen, 61:680
Frank, Robert, 36:406
Frankenburg, Charis, 50:568
Franklin, Harry, 36:407
Freeman, Lucia, 36:408
Freimarck, George, 36:409
French, Sidney J. and Florence, 36:410
Froelicher, Hans, 36:411
Fuller, Evelyn, 50:573
Galpin, C. J., 37:412
Gamble, Dr. Clarence J., 37:413
Gandz, Solomon, 52:588
Garrison, Ingeborg, 37:414
Gaylord, Gladys, 37:415
Geis, Irving, 63:694
Gilbert, E. A., 64:700
Gill, Robert S., 19:199-203
Gilman, Mildred, 11:110
Glass, D. V., 37:416
Goldstein, Rabbi Sidney E., 14:137; 65:716
Goodell, Mrs. Charles E., 73:782
Gosney, E. S., 37:417
Gow, J. Steele, 53:608
Gras, K. S. B., 55:624
Graubard, Mark and Ann, 37:418
Greenhill, Dr. J. P., 65:717
Griffith, Dr. Edward L., 57:649; 58:656; 59:662
Griffiths, Helen, 79:842
Gronau, Anneliese E., 69:754
Grotjahn, Alfred and Peter, 52:589
Groves, Ernest R., 37:419
Grunau, Werner von, 69:751
Gruenberg, Sidonie M., 65:718
Gutman, James, 53:609
Haak, Leo, 37:420
Hagerty, Michael J., 52:590
Haire, Dr. Norman, 37:421
Hall, Fred S., 24:258
Hamilton, Earl J., 38:422-425
Hanau, Stella, 20:214-216; 38:426
Hancock, Gordon, 38:427
Hankins, Frank H., 38:428
Hardwick, Katharine D.; 74:800
Hart, Hornell, 38:429
Hartshorne, E. Y. (Ted), 38:430
Hawarden, Eleanor, 28:306
Hayner, Norman S., 38:431
Kenley, James, 18:193
Hess, Walter N., 38:432
Hicks, Granville, 39:433
Hicks, Harry W., 29:320
Hill, Reuben, 39:434
Himes, Edward, 77:822
Himes, Marian King Bailey, 78:834; see also Weinberg, Mrs. Robert C.
Himes, Sarah, 77:822
Himes, Vera C., 78:832
Himstead, Ralph E., 4:38-39
Hodson, Cora B. S., 7:77; 22:229; 39:435
Hoffer, Frank W., 65:719
Hohman, Helen (Mrs. E. P.). 39:436
Hokanson, Odin, 77:822
Hokanson, Mrs. 77:822
Holland, Hilda, 39:437
Hosea, Harold R., 24:256
How-Martyn, Edith, 39:438
Howson, Mrs. Roger, 4:44
Huchthausen, Walter, 39:439
Huntington, Ellsworth, 5:54-55
Huse, Mrs. P. B. P., 4:43; 6:67; 6:68; 9:91-96; 10:98-101; 11:110
Huxley, Julian, 39:440
Iiams, Thomas M. and Dorothy, 39:441
Irwin, Theodore, 22:235
Ise, John, 55:625
Ishii, Ryochi, 39:442
Ives, C. P., 2d, 21:227-228
Jackson, Julian E. and Mary,. 39:443
Jacobson, Dr. Arthur C., 23:251
Janney, Dr. James C., 39:444
Jennison, Freddie, 39:445
Jocher, Katherine, 24:255
Johnson, Allen, 21:219
Johnson, Alvin S., 21:224
Johnson, Roswell, 39:446
Jordan, Helen Mougey, 39:447
Kahn, Ernst, 40:448
Kallet, Arthur, 28:311
Kardatzke, Carl, 40:449
Karve, R. D., 40:450
Kaskell, Joseph, 69:755
Kast, Ludwig, 53:607
Kaufman, A. R., 40:451
Keller, Grace A., 72:771
Kelly, E. Lowell, 7:74
Kennedy, Anne, 29:316-319
Kerr, R. B., 8:35
Kessler, William C, 40:452
Keyes, Fenton, 40:453
Keynes, J. M., 21:222
Kingsbury, Slocum and Marian, 40:454
Kinsey, Alfred C., 40:455
Kiser, Clyde, 7:74
Kleiweg de Zwaan, J. P., 52:591
Klingenfeld, John, 40:456
Knowlton, Zelda, 71:768
Kohlberg, Charlotte, 6:66
Komarovsky, Mirra, 65:720
Konikow, Dr. Antoinette, 40:457
Koontz, Harold D. (Howdy) and Mary, 40:458
Kopp, Marie E., 7:74; 40:459
Kraushaar, Otto and Maxine, 40:460
Kreps, Theodore J., 55:626
Laing, Gordon, 15:153
Lamont, Corliss, 41:461
Lamson, Herbert D., 41:462
Langdon-Davies, B. N., 19:197-198
LaPorte, Paul, 41:463
Laski, Harold J., 41:464
Laughlin, H. H., 5:52 and 55
Leuba, Clarence, 66:721
Lifshiz, Anna, 4:43; 45:515
Lindey, Alexander, 28:313-314
Linton, Ralph, 52:592
Lockley, Lawrence C., 72:776
Loewenstein, Karl, 41:465
Lorenz, Alice B., 41:466
Lorimer, Frank, 5:53; 11:112
MacIver, R. M., 41:467
Madhava, K. B., 41:468
Malloch, Archibald, 26:284; 52:593
Harden, Charles F., 41:469
Margold, Charles W. , 41:470
Marion, Kitty, 41:471
Marsh, Mrs. E. Holyoake, 41:472
Marshall, Leon C., 55:627
Matsner, Dr. Eric, 4:45-47
May, Geoffrey, 41:473-474
McDougle, Ivan, 66:722
Meriam, R. S., 55:628
Meyerhof, Max, 52:594
Moe, Henry Allen, 7:79-80
Moissides, M., 52:595
Moore, Eldon, 22:779-230
Moore, Harry H., 72:774
Morgan, Kenneth, 13:132
Moses, Dr. Bessie, 42:475
Moss, A. B., 42:476
Moyston, Guy, 29:316 and 318
Mudd, Emily (Mrs. Stuart), 42: 477-480
Mudd, Dr. Stuart, 42:481
Muller, Henry, 42:482-483
Munk, Marie, 42:484-485; 67:737
Murray, Dr. Francis W., 71:763 and 767
Narayanrao, Dr. U. B., 23:249
Neeley, Wayne C, 66:723
Nelson, Janet Fowler, 5:60
Neuberg, Victor and Kathleen, 43:486
Neumann, Henry, 43:487
Newfield, Maurice and Sigrid, 22:231; 43:488
Nichols, Charles, 43:489
Nimkoff, M. F., 43:490
Norman, Edward A., 43:491
Notestein, Frank W., 8:87; 43:492
Noyes, Dr. Hilda, 43:493
Odum, Howard W., 24:755
Ohlin, Bertil, 55:629
Olbrechts, Frans M., 52:596
Oliver, John Rathbone, 52:597
Olsen, Edward G., 66:724
Osborn, Frederick, 5:54-56; 11:112
Packard, Arthur W., 10:98; 59:663
Packard, Austin G., 71:767
Page, Phyllis, 63:690
Palthe, Arnold and Babs, 43:494
Paolone, Dr. Clementina J., 43:495
Park, Robert E., 20:207
Parker, John, 43:496
Parshley, Howard M., 66:725
Paton, Fenella, 51:575
Patton, H. S., 55:630
Pearl, Dr. Raymond, 43:497
Phadke, N. S., 43:498
Phelps, H. A., 6:62
Phinney, Joseph, 43:499
Pillay, Dr. A. P., 57:641, 645-648; 58:654-655; 59:660-661; 60:669-671
Pilpel, Harriet, 28:315
Pinney, Jean B., 23:246
Poletti, Charles, 43:500
Popenoe, Paul, 44:501
Potter, Alfred C., 25:275
Potter, Arthur, 77:822
Potter, Viva Himes, 77:822
Powdermaker, Hortense, 52:598
Pungor, Marlene, 44:502
Quitman, Jesse, 44:503
Rainey, Ida Lee, 44:504
Ratzlaff, Carl J., 56:631
Rautmann, Elisabetir, 69:754
Rea, Lorna, 50:573
Reed, Ruth, 66:726
Reitman, Ben, 44:504a
Reuter, E. B., 44:505
Rich, Margaret E., 22:234
Riegal, Robert E., 44:506
Rimington, Critchell, 16:156-157
Roberts, Christopher, 44:507
Robertson, E. J., 8:85
Robertson, J. M., 44:508
Robinson, Caroline (Mrs. L. N.), 44:509
Robinson, Dr. S. C., 44:510
Robinson, Dr. Victor, 21:223
Robinson, Dr. William J., 44:511
Roethlisberger, Fritz and Margaret, 44:512
Rose, Florence, 45:516, 519-520
Rosenfield, Ralph, 44:513
Roucek, Joseph S., 69:745
Rubinow, Dr. I. M., 23:241
Rumney, Jay, 44:514
Ryan, John A., 52:599
Salter, L. J., 71:768
Sanger, Margaret, 45:515-522
Sargent, Porter, 46:523
Sarton, George, 52:600
Saunders, Marian, 46:524
Scott, Natalie, 46:525
Seligman, Edwin R. A., 21:224; 46:526
Sellin, Thorsten, 20:212
Seymour, Dr. Frances I., 46:527
Shakow, David, 46:528
Sharma, P. S., 46:529
Shipman, E. D., 56:637-638
Simonds, Herbert R., 29:316-318
Smullyan, Emile Benoit, 46:530
Snyder, Harry R., 17:174-176
Sorokin, P. A., 46:531
Spengler, Joseph J., 46:532
Spriggs, Sir Squire, 23:247
Spring-Rice, Margaret, 50:565
Squier, Dr. Raymond, 10:98-103
Steggerda, Morris, 47:533
Stern, Bernhard J., 66:727
Stetler, Henry, 47:534
Stillich, Stefan, 47:535
Stillman, Dr. E. G., 22:238
Stix, Dr. Regina, 8:87
Stolz, Lois Meek, 66:728
Stone, Dr. Abraham, 22:239; 23:242 45:517; 63:695
Stone, Dr. Hannah, 47:536
Stone, Dr. Simon, 47:537
Stopes, Marie C., 47:538
Stouffer, Samuel, 47:539
Stoughton, Philip, 47:540
Stragnell, Dr. Gregory, 23:250
Strobell, Mrs. C. L., 47:541
Sturges, Dr. Gertrude, 9:88
Sutherland, Robert L., 69:746
Taeuber, Conrad, 6:64; 11:113
Tauber, Irene, 43:492
Taussig, F. W., 24:254; 56:632
Taylor, Mrs. A. F., 51:575
Taylor, Dr. Holman, 24:260
Thompson, Warren S., 11:113; 29:325
Thurber, C. H., 75:805
Thurnwald, R. and Hilde, 47:542
Thurston, O., 47:543
Tietze, Dr. Christopher, 47:544
Todd, T. Wingate, 28:308
Topping, Ruth, 4:45
Tyrer, A. H., 47:545
Unwin, Stanley, 15:143-147
Updegraff, Harlan, 74:799
Vaile, Roland S., 56:633
Van Deventer, R., 56:637-638
Van Sickle, John V., 12:119
Van Stappen, Martin and Eloise, 48:546
Viner, Jacob, 23:243; 48:547
Vreeland, Francis M., 48:548
Wakefield, A. B., and family, 48:549
Waldstein, Sarah, see Cohen, Sarah and Max
Wallas, Graham, 48:550
Wallis, Wilson D., 69:747
Walsh, Richard, 16:156-157
Warne, Colston E., 28:311
Warner, W. Lloyd, 52:601
Warner, Wellman J., 66:729
Watkins, Mostyn and Gwen, 48:551
Watson, Frank D. and Amy, 48:552
Watts, Charles A. and L. C. C., 19: 195
Weinberg, Robert C., 48:553-554; 69:755
Weinberg, Mrs. Robert C. (Marian Himes), 69:755; 71:770
Weinberg, Ruth, 48:555
Wernette, J. Philip, 56:634
Wharton, Mrs. J. R., 50:571
Whelpton, P. K., 11:113; 29:325
Whetten, Nathan, 49:556
Whitehill, Mrs. Clayton, 28:311
Whitenack, Janet B., 4:46, 48
Whitney, Leon, 5:52-53
Wickwar, W. H., 49:557
Wiener, Norbert and Marguerite, 49:558
Willcox, Walter F., 49:559
Williams, Richard H., 69:748
Wilson, E. B., 40:459
Winkler, Pierre, 49:560
Winsor, Mary, 14:138
Witham, Edwin, 49:838
Wolfe, A. B., 49:561
Wolfson, Theresa, 49:562
Wood, L. Foster, 66:730
Wood, Mabel Travis, 4:45-48; 6:68; 20:217
Woodward, Julian, 7:75
Working, E. J., 56:635
Wortis, Dr. S. Bernard, 66:731
Young, Donald, 12:120; 20:210
Zachry, Dr. Caroline B., 12:116
Zborowski, Joseph and Hazel, 49:563-564
Title
Himes, Norman Edwin, 1899-1949. Papers, 1918-1956 (inclusive), 1925-1950 (bulk).
Author
Center for the History of Medicine. Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.
EAD ID
med00079

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