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COLLECTION Identifier: A-71; MP-3; T-35

Papers of Miriam Van Waters, 1861-1971

Correspondence, diaries, case studies, reports, and photographs of penologist Miriam Van Waters.

Dates

  • 1861-1971

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

TERMS OF USE

Access. Collection is closed while being digitized.

An appointment is necessary to use any audiovisual material.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Miriam Van Waters is held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College for the Schlesinger Library. Copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.

Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.

Extent

21.89 linear feet ((51 file boxes, 4 half file boxes) plus 2 oversize folders, 1 folio+ folder, 16 folders of photographs)

14 audiotapes

1 motion pictures (visual works)

The papers of Miriam Van Waters document her personal and professional life. The collection includes correspondence, diaries, notes, lectures, speeches, policies, articles, student testimonies, reports, case studies, scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, plays by Van Waters, and printed material. Van Waters's family correspondence covers more than 60 years; professional correspondence is with prominent individuals concerned with penology and juvenile delinquency and with prisoners and parolees. Miriam Van Waters used the term "student" instead of "prisoner" or "inmate" when referring to women or girls; this finding aid uses her terminology. Most correspondents are indexed in this finding aid, with the exception of students (i.e. prisoners).

The majority of the collection documents Van Waters's work at the Reformatory for Women at Framingham, and includes material on Van Waters's dismissal and reinstatement in 1948 and 1949, including scrapbooks on her hearings, student essays, and reports and articles by Van Waters and others on prison policies. This collection also includes material related to El Retiro, as well as the American Youth Commission. This material also includes speeches and writings, radio interviews, papers pertaining to her books, Youth in Conflict and Parents on Probation, autobiographical material, and lecture notes. Papers related to Van Waters's work for the Harvard Law School Crime Survey and for the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement were removed from this collection and are now housed in the Harvard Law School Archives; see related material.

Additional material received in June 1995 (accession number 95-M85) was added to the collection in April 2019. These materials are housed in #653-658. Existing oversized folders were numbered #630ao, 651f+, and 652o. Existing folders #268-348, 356 were not previously listed in this finding aid. Folders are listed in intellectual, not numerical order.

The Miriam Van Waters Papers are arranged in 10 series:

Series I, Diaries, 1927-1959 (#1v-22), covers the years 1932-1959; the diaries include entries about daily activities, family, personal and professional matters. This series also contains several appointment booklets, notes, and lists of tasks.

Series II, Family Correspondence, 1861-1971, n.d. (#23-111, 653-657), includes Van Waters's correspondence with her parents, Maude Vosburg Van Waters and George Browne Van Waters, Sr.; her sisters, Rebecca Van Waters Bartholomew and Ruth Van Waters Burton; her brothers, George Browne Van Waters, Jr. and Ralph Van Waters, Sr.; and her daughter, Sarah Ann Van Waters Hildebrandt. This series also contains Maude Vosburg Van Waters and George Browne Van Waters, Sr.'s correspondence with their other children. These letters document Van Waters's role as daughter, oldest sister, and mother, as well as her career and professional concerns. In addition to family matters, correspondents discuss historical events, including the effects of the Depression (George Browne Van Waters, Jr.); life in England during World War II (Rebecca Van Waters Bartholomew); the Korean War (Jack Bartholomew), and the Vietnam War (Richard Hildebrandt, Jr.). This series also contains correspondence related to Maude Vosburg Van Waters, Ralph Van Waters, Sr., and Sarah Ann Van Waters Hildebrandt's participation in activities at the Reformatory for Women at Framingham. See also Series V for correspondence regarding the Reformatory for Women at Framingham and its students.

Miriam Van Waters, Ruth Van Waters Burton, Rebecca Van Waters Bartholomew, and Sarah Ann Van Waters Hildebrandt often discuss topics of an intimate nature, such as marital difficulties, parenting and menstrual problems; Van Waters used the term "Belinda" to refer to menstruation. Many of the letters from 1920 and 1921 contain detailed descriptions of Miriam Van Waters's trip throughout the country to conduct a survey of juvenile institutions. Correspondence between Rebecca Van Waters Bartholomew and her parents includes letters from her husband Lee Bartholomew.

Letters from Van Waters to her brother Ralph highlight their close relationship. Topics include Miriam Van Water's work in Los Angeles and at Harvard University, books she is writing, her visits to Chicago and Hull House, his work in Chicago, their parents and mutual friends, her financial support of Ralph while he was still in school, and occasionally her loneliness.

Series III, General Correspondence, 1910-1971, n.d. (#112-158), contains both professional and (non-family) personal correspondence. The correspondence is this series highlights Van Waters's professional life, with the exception of her work at El Retiro, which can be found in Series IV; and at the Reformatory for Women at Framingham, which can be found in Series V.

The letters in this series reveal the spectrum of topics that interested Van Waters, including the Shakers (The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing), World War II, social welfare and civic improvement, as well as juvenile delinquency and prison reform. These letters are largely incoming, but included carbon copies of many outgoing letters, covering a wide range of subjects of interest to Miriam Van Waters both personally and professionally.

Series IV, El Retiro and Related Work, 1920-1971, n.d. (#159-174), includes correspondence, case studies, reports and articles related to El Retiro. This series includes correspondence, reports and testimonies from students regarding the 1927 firing of Alma Holzschuh from the directorship of the school; and five folders of correspondence between Van Waters and students or former students. This series has only a very few items about Van Waters as referee of the Juvenile Court (see #174); there are also a few papers on the Los Angeles Business Girls Club, which Van Waters helped to found. See also photographs in #632.

Series V, Reformatory for Women at Framingham, 1876-1970 (#175-426), contains material related to Van Waters's work from 1932 to 1957, with some earlier papers and a few items after 1957. This material is divided by type and by author. See photographs in #635-640. This series is arranged in five subseries.

Subseries 1, General correspondence, 1916-1971, n.d. (#175-229), contains letters about students, staff, and Reformatory for Women at Framingham policies. Correspondents include Miriam Van Waters, staff, and people who communicated with them. Most of the correspondence for 1948-1949 regards the events that led to Miriam Van Waters's firing, the hearings, her dismissal, and her reinstatement. This subseries contains correspondence related to more than one student. See Series V, Subseries 3 for correspondence related to individual students.

Subseries 2, General notes and reports, 1879-1967, n.d. (#230-267), consists of material created by Van Waters, Reformatory staff, and others, related to meetings; lists of students; expenses and other statistics; policies; speeches and sermons by Miriam Van Waters; Friendly Visitors and the Friends of Framingham. Many of the papers from 1948 to 1949 are about events which led to Miriam Van Waters's firing, the hearings on her dismissal, and her reinstatement. Folders labeled "Hodder files" include speeches by former Superintendent Jessie D. Hodder, including "The Delinquent Girl and Woman," National Conference of Charities, June 9, 1911; and "The Treatment of Delinquent Women," National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, February 3, 1919. This subseries also includes the case history of an abortionist, who was a student at Reformatory for Women at Framingham several times.

Subseries 3, Student correspondence, 1936-1971, n.d. (#268-355), includes correspondence between Miriam Van Waters and former students, although some letters were written while the student was still at the Reformatory for Women at Framingham. Correspondents also include: Maude Van Waters (Miriam Van Waters's mother), Reformatory for Women at Framingham staff, children and other relatives of students, and others. Many folders include original artwork. Folders #268-350 contain letters to, from and about an individual student. Folders #351-355 contains letters from more than one student. See Series V, Subseries 1 for correspondence related to more than one student. See also Series V, Subseries 2 for reports about more than one student. Photographs removed from letters are in #637-638. Arrangement is by individual student.

Subseries 4, Student writings and activities, 1932-1961, n.d. (#357-404), includes essays, stories, poetry, biographies and book reviews; minutes and reports of student assemblies, meetings of the Literary Group and other clubs; student publications (incomplete): Mother's Club News, The Seed, and Harmony News (#391, #398). Also included in this subseries are three plays that Van Waters wrote which were performed by students (#391, #398).

Subseries 5, News clippings, articles, and miscellaneous, 1876-1965, n.d. (#405-426), contains news clippings and articles about Van Waters and Reformatory for Women at Framingham, as well as various reports and articles by Van Waters and others concerning prison policies. Included are four oversize scrapbooks containing news clippings about Van Waters's hearings, 1946-1949.

Series VI, Speeches and Articles, 1908-1971, n.d. (#427-526), includes the speeches and articles of Van Waters, which cover a wide range of topics and span the length of Van Waters's career. Van Waters's articles and speeches are not titled individually in this inventory, but are listed in #463. Folders titled "Articles and speeches" can include radio and television scripts, book reviews, and letters to the editor. Folders titled "Books and proposed books: outlines" can includes outlines, drafts and notes related to Van Waters's autobiographical information and experiences as prison administrator. Notes, most labeled LB (Little, Brown and Company) or HM (Houghton Mifflin?) are mostly about the Reformatory for Women at Framingham experiences. Dates may refer to activities or observations on those days, or the days the notes were written. Folders titled "Courses" can include lecture notes with some correspondence, exam questions and programs.

This series includes Van Water's correspondence about her speeches (#428-462), and can include programs, articles and news clippings. See Series III for Van Water's correspondence about her articles and other writings. See also Series V for Van Water's speeches to students, staff and others at Reformatory for Women at Framingham.

This series also includes 14 reel-to-reel tapes of radio interviews with Miriam Van Waters on various topics about Reformatory for Women at Framingham. Radio transcriptions were originally made on nine oversize 33 1/3 r.p.m. discs. These were re-recorded on reel-to-reel tape at 7.5 inches per second, and are full-track monaural recordings. They have been cleared of some background noises from the original disc recordings. Some variations in pitch were caused by speed variations in the original recording and have been left unchanged. Original oversize discs have been discarded.

Series VII, Organizations, Honors and Awards, 1915-1971, n.d. (#527-590), includes documents related to the honors and awards received by Van Waters. She received honorary degrees from Smith College (LL.D., 1932), University of Oregon (LL.D., in absentia, 1944), Calvin Coolidge College of Liberal Arts (Litt. D., 1949), Portia Law School (Litt. D., 1949), Western College for Women (Dr. of Humane Letters, 1955), and Bates College (Dr. of Humane Letters, 1958).

This series also includes material related to Van Waters's involvement with the American Youth Commission of the American Council on Education. The Commission, formed in 1935, conducted a comprehensive study of youth in America; Van Waters was secretary and served on the executive committee. This material can include notes, reports, agendas, correspondence, by-laws, drafts of legislation, and publications. Papers of other organizations represent Van Waters's involvement in prison administration, juvenile rehabilitation, social work and, especially, opposition to capital punishment. One folder of papers on the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross documents Van Waters's activity in that religious group, which was composed largely of professional women; through this group Van Waters and Vida Scudder became friends. See also Series III for correspondence with other organizations.

Series VIII, Male Prisoner Correspondence, 1927-1971 (#591-627), consists of letters to, from or about male prisoners, roughly half of which are from inmates of Massachusetts prisons. Van Waters is the main correspondent, but others (except for prisoners) are listed in the index of correspondents. Folders #591-593 contains letters with and about several individual prisoners. Folders #594-607 contain letters with and about individual prisoners.

Folders #610-627 are all to, from, and about one male prisoner from Illinois. Topics include parole, probation and prison policies, as well as personal matters. Van Waters and others saved him from execution in 1933, and thereafter worked for his welfare and parole. The letters span 42 years; other correspondents include Jessie Binford, Clarence Darrow, Father E.J. Flanagan and Julia Lathrop.

Series IX, Photographs, ca.1899-1971, n.d. (#628-643, 658), includes photographs found throughout the collection. Images include members of the Van Waters family, Van Waters with Eleanor Roosevelt, group photographs of the Massachusetts Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, former students and their children, and Van Waters herself.

Series X, Other Papers, 1910-1966, n.d. (#644-649, 651f+-652o), includes biographical material, essays, diplomas, tributes, and news clippings related to Van Waters. This series includes correspondence, reviews, and excerpts from Burton J. Rowles' biography of Van Waters The Lady at Box 99. Also found in this series is a tribute to Van Waters by the Literary Group at the Reformatory for Women at Framingham, and includes personal notes and poems. of This series also contains typescript excerpted reports from the State Industrial School for Girls at Lancaster, Massachusetts.

Most of the photographs in this collection are or will be digitized and available online.

BIOGRAPHY

Miriam Van Waters, penologist, was born October 4, 1887, in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, the eldest living child (an older daughter died before Miriam was born) of George Browne (1865-1934) and Maude Vosburg (1866-1948) Van Waters. She had two sisters and two brothers: Ruth Van Waters Burton (1893-1967); Rebecca Van Waters Bartholomew (1898-1974?); George Browne Van Waters, Jr. (1899-1981); and Ralph Van Waters, Sr. (1904-1989). Van Waters graduated in 1904 from St. Helen's Hall in Portland, Oregon, and then attended the University of Oregon, where she earned a B.A. in Philosophy, 1908, and an M.A. in Psychology, 1910. She received a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1913.

From 1913 to 1932, Van Waters devoted her career to various aspects of juvenile care. She served as a special agent for the Boston Children's Aid Society, 1913; the superintendent of the Frazer Detention Home in Portland, Oregon, 1914-1915; the superintendent of Juvenile Hall in Los Angeles County, California, 1917-1920; and referee of the Juvenile Court in Los Angeles, 1920-1930. In 1917, Van Waters helped found El Retiro, a school for delinquent and / or homeless girls, which was a branch of the Juvenile Hall of the Los Angeles County Probation Department, California. Van Waters served as director of the school, and was involved in its administration for several years after she resigned in 1920.

In 1926, Van Waters was director of the juvenile delinquency section of the Harvard Law School Crime Survey, and a consultant on juvenile delinquency for the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement ("Wickersham Commission"), from 1928 probably until 1931. Throughout this period Van Waters also served on other government and university committees and commissions, participated in various professional organizations, delivered speeches and lectures, and wrote two books: Youth in Conflict, (1925) and Parents on Probation, (1927).

In 1932, Van Waters succeeded Jessie D. Hodder as the superintendent of the Reformatory for Women at Framingham, Massachusetts. Her progressive penal policies included: emphasizing psychological treatment, allowing mothers to keep their children with them at Reformatory for Women at Framingham, and broadly interpreting the Massachusetts indenture system to allow for more day work. During her tenure there, several state officials along with local newspapers, launched critical attacks on Van Waters and her policies. After hearings in 1948, Van Waters was dismissed as Superintendent in January 1949. She was then reinstated by a governor's commission in March 1949, following further hearings and much publicity. She served as superintendent until her retirement in 1957. As in previous years, Van Waters was involved in other activities: teaching, serving on committees in professional organizations, delivering speeches, conducting research and writing.

In 1929, Van Waters assumed guardianship of a seven-year-old girl and renamed the child Sarah Ann. Van Waters, who never married, legally adopted Sarah in 1932. In 1941 Sarah Ann Van Waters (1922-1953) married Richard Hildebrandt. They had three sons before they were divorced in 1949: George (born 1941), Richard (born 1943), and Peter (born 1945). Sarah Ann Hildebrandt was killed in a car accident in February 1953.

Miriam Van Waters suffered a stroke in 1972, and died on January 17, 1974.

ARRANGEMENT

  1. Series I. Diaries, 1927-1959 (#1v-22)
  2. Series II. Family Correspondence, 1861-1971, n.d. (#23-111, 653-657)
  3. Series III. General Correspondence, 1910-1971, n.d. (#112-158)
  4. Series IV. E1 Retiro and Related Work, 1920-1971, n.d. (#159-174)
  5. Series V. Reformatory for Women at Framingham, 1876-1970 (#175-426)
  6. Series VI. Speeches and Writings, 1908-1971, n.d. (#427-526)
  7. Series VII. Organizations, Honors and Awards, 1915-1971, n.d. (#527-590)
  8. Series VIII. Male Prisoner Correspondence, 1927-1971 (#591-627)
  9. Series IX. Photographs, 1899-1971, n.d. (#628-643, 658)
  10. Series X. Other Papers, 1910-1966, n.d. (#644-652o)

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession numbers: 56-101, 57-91, 112, 1653, 1677 70-29, 71-57, 71-72, 71-89, 71-105, 71-170, 74-15, 75-58, 75-373, 77-M80. Accession number 95-M85 was added in April 2019.

The papers of Miriam Van Waters were given to the Schlesinger Library in 1969-1971, 1974-1975, 1977, and June 1995 by Miriam Van Waters, Dorothy Kirchwev Brown, Margaret H. Davis, Ralph Van Waters, and Elizabeth Bode Van Waters.

Related Material:

There is related material at the Schlesinger Library; see Papers of Anna Spicer Gladding and Miriam Van Waters, 1855-1992 (MC 426); Records inventory, 1976 MCI-Framingham (Correctional facility) (B/M414c); the Harvard Law School Library; see Miriam Van Waters Papers (Miriam Van Waters Papers).

CONTAINER LIST

  1. Box 1: Folders 1v-5v
  2. Box 2: Folders 6v-12v
  3. Box 3: Folders 13v-22
  4. Box 4: Folders 23-36
  5. Box 5: Folders 37-50
  6. Box 6: Folders 51-63
  7. Box 7: Folders 64-78
  8. Box 8: Folders 79-92
  9. Box 9: Folders 93-105
  10. Box 10: Folders 106-119
  11. Box 11: Folders 120-129
  12. Box 12: Folders 130-142
  13. Box 13: Folders 143-150
  14. Box 14: Folders 151-164
  15. Box 15: Folders 165-179
  16. Box 16: Folders 180-194
  17. Box 17: Folders 195-202
  18. Box 18: Folders 203-212
  19. Box 19: Folders 213-221
  20. Box 20: Folders 222-229
  21. Box 21: Folders 230-241
  22. Box 22: Folders 242-251
  23. Box 23: Folders 252-263
  24. Box 24: Folders 264-279
  25. Box 25: Folders 280-299
  26. Box 26: Folders 300-322
  27. Box 27: Folders 323-341
  28. Box 28: Folders 342-356
  29. Box 29: Folders 357-372
  30. Box 30: Folders 373-393
  31. Box 31: Folders 394-406
  32. Box 32: Folders 407-410v
  33. Box 32a: Folder 411v
  34. Box 32b: Folders 412v-414
  35. Box 32c: Folders 415v-419
  36. Box 33: Folders 420-432
  37. Box 34: Folders 433-443
  38. Box 35: Folders 444-452
  39. Box 36: Folders 453-462
  40. Box 37: Folders 463-472
  41. Box 38: Folders 473-483
  42. Box 39: Folders 484-494
  43. Box 40: Folders 495-504
  44. Box 41: Folders 505-517
  45. Box 42: Folders 518-528
  46. Box 43: Folders 529-540
  47. Box 44: Folders 541-549
  48. Box 45: Folders 550-561
  49. Box 46: Folders 562-569
  50. Box 47: Folders 570-583
  51. Box 48: Folders 584-599
  52. Box 49: Folders 600-614
  53. Box 50: Folders 615-624
  54. Box 51: Folders 625-627, 644-650
  55. Box 52: Folders 653-658
Index of Selected Correspondents This selected list of individual correspondents does not include names of students (i.e. prisoners), nor of organizations. Correspondents were chosen on the basis of their national or local prominence and on the number of their letters to Miriam Van Waters. * denotes typescript or other copy of letter
Index of Selected Correspondents
  1. Abbott, Grace - 116, 117, 173
  2. Ackerman, Rhea C. - 116
  3. Adams, Agnes A. - 116, 120
  4. Adanalian, Alice A. - 142
  5. Addams, Jane - 173
  6. Additon, Henrietta - 135, 136, 219, 506, 532
  7. Adelberg, Julius - 442, 443
  8. Alinsky, Saul David - 620, 621
  9. Allen, Florence E. - 125
  10. Allen, Martha F. - 449, 450
  11. Allen, Philip K. - 194, 590
  12. Almy, Helen Jackson (Cabot) - 177
  13. Alpers, Mildred S. [Mrs. Bernard J.] - 460, 461
  14. Anderson, Harriet E. - 581
  15. Anderson, Joseph P. - 148
  16. Anderson, Katrina B. - 143, 144, 146, 151, 222
  17. Anderson, Milton - 126
  18. Annett, John B. - 527
  19. Archbald, Harry R. - 115, 173, 197, 203*
  20. Archbald, Mary W. - 117
  21. Argow, Claire A. - 144, 146
  22. Armstrong, John A. - 148
  23. Arns, George F. - 521
  24. Artman, Joseph M. - 124
  25. Atkins, Paul S. - 123
  26. Atwood, H. Marguerite - 146
  27. Austin, Sam G. - 116
  28. Azuma, Masa - 148
  29. Bachelder, Ruth E. - 117
  30. Badger, Richard G. - 114
  31. Bain, Winifred E. - 435
  32. Baker, Ruth K. - 126, 128, 131, 153, 154
  33. Baldwin, Amelia (Muir) - 223
  34. Baldwin, Lola G. - 139, 147, 449
  35. Baldwin, Roger Nash - 143*, 194, 208, 621
  36. Banton, Dorothy - 142, 588
  37. Barclay, Lorne W. - 503
  38. Bardwell, C.M. - 503
  39. Barnes, Harry Elmer - 152
  40. Barnes, William D. - 142
  41. Barrett, Clifford L. - 429
  42. Bartholomew, Lee - 451
  43. Bascom, Rose E. Upton - 577
  44. Bates, Sanford - 137, 182, 195, 433, 435
  45. Beal, Vera H. - 146
  46. Beatchley, Anna - 139
  47. Beatley, Grace (Cobb) [Mrs. Bancroft] - 439
  48. Begg, Jean - 114, 158, 227
  49. Bell, Marcus L. - 116
  50. Benjamin, Harry - 530
  51. Bennett, James V. - 144, 221
  52. Benson, Eula - 115
  53. Berman, Marcus - 147
  54. Bernstein, Saul - 125
  55. Berry, Dorothy - 137, 139, 141, 142, 144, 148, 192, 202, 204, 210, 308, 532
  56. Best, Marshall A. - 147
  57. Betts, George H. - 117, 119, 120
  58. Billing, Betty - 123
  59. Binford, Jessie F. ("Peter") - 144, 146, 227, 430, 610, 611, 618, 620
  60. Birdseye, Ruth - 453, 454
  61. Bixby, F. Lovell - 142
  62. Blanchard, Nellie [Mrs. George] - 140-148
  63. Blanding, Sarah (Gibson) - 209
  64. Bliven, Bruce - 113*, 120, 502
  65. Blomberg, Howard J. - 623-625
  66. Bode, Elizabeth (later Van Waters) - 108, 117, 118, 123, 125, 128, 129, 133, 135, 136, 138-140, 146, 185, 188, 197, 206, 333
  67. Bogue, Anna - 120, 121, 129
  68. Bok, Curtis - 194*, 435*, 531
  69. Bolver?, Ruth - 116
  70. Bonapart, Joseph - 203
  71. Bond, John - 198, 435
  72. Boone, Geraldine - 157
  73. Boone, Rowan - 141-143*
  74. Boorum, Mabel Montgomery - 581
  75. Bosshart, John H. - 216
  76. Bradford, Gov. Robert F. - 120, 194*, 196, 197, 574
  77. Bradley, Marcia Williams - 155
  78. Bragdon, Henry - 142, 219
  79. Bragdon, Marshall - 132, 133
  80. Branscombe, Martha - 616
  81. Braslavsy, Solomon G. - 153
  82. Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston - 131, 173, 615, 616, 618
  83. Brennan, James H. - 121
  84. Brenner, Ann Reed - 124, 126, 127, 142
  85. Bronner, Augusta Fox - 176
  86. Brooks, Paul - 140, 142, 143, 145-147
  87. Brosnahan, Mary A. - 447, 449
  88. Brown, Bernice Veasey – see Cronkhite, Bernice Veasey (Brown)
  89. Brown, Charlotte Cropley - 143, 221, 445
  90. Brown, Dorothy (Kirchwey) Mrs. H. Larue - 124, 130, 141, 191
  91. Brown, Elizabeth - 514
  92. Brown, Herbert D. - 116
  93. Brown, (Herman) Larue - 196, 204, 216
  94. Brown, J.S. - 532
  95. Brown, Linwood L. - 456
  96. Brown, R. Wilson - 530
  97. Brown, Sybil Clement ("Bruno) - 116 117, 124, 125, 128, 129, 131, 133, 135-139, 145, 146, 148, 149, 153, 157, 201, 210
  98. Brown, Bishop William Montgomery - 123
  99. Bryan, Alison R. - 145, 146, 154
  100. Bryan, Barbara - 147
  101. Bryan, George - 145-147, 158
  102. Bryan, Helen - 223, 224
  103. Buba, Joy - 148
  104. Buchheister, Carl - 148
  105. Buchheister, Harriet - 148
  106. Bullock, Georgia P. - 121, 503
  107. Bullock, Matthew - 127, 192-194, 215*, 329
  108. Bunye?, Alfredo - 144
  109. Burke, Alice R. - 146
  110. Burke, John C. - 204
  111. Burnham, William H. - 120, 173
  112. Burns, Edna Farrell - 449, 452
  113. Burns, Elizabeth B. - 454, 455, 458
  114. Burrill, Elizabeth - 124
  115. Burton, Ernest K. - 535
  116. Burton, William H. - 211
  117. Cabot, Frederick P. - 116, 173
  118. Cadbury, Geraldine S. - 115, 503
  119. Cadbury, Henry Joel - 223*
  120. Caldwell, Morris G. - 149
  121. Calkins, Jonathan U., Jr. - 116
  122. Callahan, Ray and Marie - 227
  123. Callett?, Raymond B. - 130
  124. Calvert, Mrs. Roy - 583
  125. Calverton, Victor Francis - 116
  126. Cameron, Evelyn (Gray) - 145, 226
  127. Cannon, Ida Maud - 182
  128. Carroll?, William F. - 206
  129. Carruthers, John F. B. - 518
  130. Carson, Luella Clay - 119
  131. Carter, Anne and George K. - 142, 191, 192
  132. Carter, Eliot A. - 117
  133. Carter, Frances - 437, 442, 447, 450, 454
  134. Carver, Elsie R. - 503
  135. Case, Florence - 157
  136. Casey, Edward L. - 125, 126, 128
  137. Cass, E. R. - 135, 136, 217*, 532
  138. Cass, Victoria Maxwell - 446, 449
  139. Cavanah, Marjorie C. - 192-195, 204, 210, 215, 219, 289, 336, 339
  140. Chace, Florence - 135, 152, 189, 197, 199-201, 207, 224, 228, 293, 317, 458
  141. Chapman, Edith - 450, 451
  142. Chase, Stuart - 141
  143. Chenault, Price - 532
  144. Cheney, Cora B. - 504
  145. Chickering, Martha A. - 503
  146. Choudhuri, M. - 144
  147. Chute, Audrey - 503
  148. Chute, Charles Lionel - 123, 205, 215, 216, 431, 432, 581, 584
  149. Clapp, Mary - 579
  150. Clark, Robert D. - 157
  151. Clary, Mary E. - 188, 219, 222
  152. Cleghorn, Sarah Norcliffe - 126, 129
  153. Close, Kathryn - 144
  154. Close, O.H. - 116
  155. Cockrell, Ewing - 127
  156. Cohen, Ethel - 579
  157. Colbourne, Frances - 146
  158. Colcord, J.C. - 118, 119
  159. Coley, Bishop Edward H. - 123
  160. Collier, John - 120
  161. Collins, Ruth E. - 118, 200
  162. Coltin, Wendell H. - 147
  163. Coman, Mary M. - 124, 125, 127, 129, 135
  164. Comstock, Ada - 116, 118, 131
  165. Connick, Charles - 179
  166. Connick, Mabel - 179, 184, 192, 207
  167. Conover, T.A. - 123
  168. Conte, Silvio O. - 221
  169. Cook, Frederick W. - 207
  170. Cook Josephine - 446, 448
  171. Cook, Virginia - 188, 189
  172. Coolidge, Alice [Mrs. Omeron H.] - 126
  173. Collidge, John - 202
  174. Cooper, Ellen R.S. - 123
  175. Cooper, I. Frederick - 193
  176. Cooper, John A. - 222, 223, 444, 445
  177. Corbett, Elizabeth (Lorimer) – see Lorimer, Elizabeth (later Corbett)
  178. Cornell, Carrie R. - 520
  179. Cornil, Paul - 197, 216, 217, 227, 229
  180. Corrado, Elvis N. - 453, 454, 456
  181. Covell, David R. - 113, 116, 124, 134, 208, 225, 429, 518*
  182. Cox, William B. - 117, 178
  183. Craven, Cicely M. - 136
  184. Crider, John H. - 214
  185. Crocker, John - 438-440
  186. Crockett, A.J. - 124
  187. Cronkhite, Bernice Veasey (Brown) - 176
  188. Cross, Claude B. - 140-145, 200, 203*, 205, 210, 212, 213-216, 218, 438, 591, 605
  189. Crowther, Margaret - 503
  190. Cruikshank, Betty - 145
  191. Crump, Valerie - 146, 224, 226
  192. Cummings, Genevieve A. - 456-459
  193. Curry, H. Ida - 581
  194. Curtis, Frances G. - 198
  195. Curtis, Muriel S. [Mrs. Edward E] - 451, 455-457, 585
  196. Cushing, Archbishop Richard J. - 191-194, 308
  197. Cushman, H. Norton - 127
  198. Cushman, Roy M. - 176, 590
  199. Cutler, Leslie B. - 141
  200. Cutler, Robert - 527
  201. Darnell, Mona - 145-147, 157, 227, 458
  202. Daney, David H. (pseud. Daniel LeVerne) - 530
  203. Dannells, Charles Reed - 151
  204. Darling, Eric A. - 126
  205. Darrow, Clarence - 610
  206. Darrow, Ruby [Mrs. Clarence] - 611
  207. Dash, Samuel - 212
  208. Dauchy, Marion S. - 503
  209. Daugherty, R.L. - 116
  210. David, Paul T. - 558
  211. Davis, Jerome - 115
  212. Davis, Katharine Bement - 173
  213. Davis, Saville Rogers - 141, 202, 645
  214. Dawtry, Frank - 583
  215. Dean, Mabel - 206, 217, 219, 222, 229, 435
  216. Deering, Tam - 533
  217. Deets, Lee E. - 529, 530
  218. DeGroff, Edna H. - 158, 169
  219. Delany, Marion - 502
  220. Delaquis, Ernest - 129
  221. Delgado, Mucio F. - 157
  222. Dennison, Mary T. - 122
  223. DeNood, Neal - 141, 143
  224. Deutsch, Albert - 142, 158
  225. Deutsch, Helene - 211*
  226. Dever, Gov. Paul A. - 449
  227. Dewees, Mary - 220, 454-456
  228. Diston, J.O. - 223, 452, 453, 456
  229. Doherty, Helene - 148, 221, 222
  230. Donahue, A. Madorah - 127
  231. Donaldson, Agnes - 123
  232. Donlan, Edmond J. - 194
  233. Doughton, Nellie - 192-194, 196, 200, 215, 221, 225
  234. Douglas, Alfred Walter - 149, 197, 202-204, 208, 214
  235. Douglas, James H., Jr. - 616-619, 624, 625
  236. Driscoll, George F. - 449, 450
  237. Drucker, Lewis - 532
  238. Dubrow, Mary - 530
  239. Drurv, Louise - 123, 125, 430
  240. Dudley, Sara H. - 116
  241. Dummer, Ethel (Sturges) - 113, 114 117-140, 142-145, 173, 196, 197, 200, 202, 203, 205, 212, 215, 502, 503
  242. Dunham, Lawrence B. - 121
  243. Dunn, Edward J., Jr. - 154
  244. DuPont, Marka T. - 147
  245. Duran, Gustavo - 143
  246. Durling, Dorothy - 138, 187, 191, 195, 198, 229, 289
  247. Dwyer, Frank A. - 194*
  248. Dybwad, Gunnar - 134, 155
  249. Dykstra, Clarence Addison - 203, 204
  250. East, Allan W. - 118
  251. Eaton, Mildred - 123
  252. Edgerton, Henry W. - 116
  253. Edwards, Allen D. - 439, 440, 442, 444-446
  254. Edwards, Ruth - 146
  255. Ehl, Josephine [Mrs. Charles] - 445, 448
  256. Ehrmann, Sara (Rosenfeld) - 141, 146, 217, 530, 531, 580
  257. Eidletz, Friedrich - 129
  258. Elder, Ruth - 504
  259. Eldridge, Anita - 581
  260. Eliot, Thomas D. - 146, 158, 187
  261. Ellicott, Madeleine - 122
  262. Elliott, Mary K. - 504
  263. Ellis, William J. - 116, 123, 135, 182, 614, 616, 617, 622, 623
  264. Ellwyn, Christina - 137-140, 142, 144, 158, 210, 213
  265. Emery, Edith E. - 448, 455, 457, 458
  266. Emmerson, Gov. Louis L. - 610
  267. Engelhardt, N.L. - 127, 180
  268. Engle, Lavinia - 119-121
  269. Entler, Lillie H. - 114
  270. Ernst, Elsa - 198, 202, 216, 222
  271. Escalona, Sybille - 203*
  272. Essenberg [?], Christine A. - 116
  273. Evans, Elizabeth (Gardiner) Glendower - 177
  274. Everett, Walter C. - 455, 456
  275. Evjen, Victor H. - 138, 142, 143-145
  276. Falconer, Douglas P. - 505
  277. Falconer, Martha Platt - 173, 177, 503
  278. Falvey, Isabelle M. - 454, 455, 457, 458
  279. Farmar, Sally D. - 117
  280. Farnham, Marynia F. - 142
  281. Farquharson, Evelyn - 196, 229, 585
  282. Farrar, Nell - 587
  283. Fath, Walter H. - 139
  284. Faulkner, Leon C. - 532
  285. Faulkner, Ruth M. - 120
  286. Faust, Caroline - 145
  287. Ferry, David William - 114
  288. Fielder, Mary E. - 222, 438, 439, 444, 447
  289. Finkenstaedt, Harry - 145
  290. Fischer, Jack - 153, 154
  291. Fisher, Dorothy (Canfield) - 131, 133, 196-198, 201, 209, 213, 531, 543, 551
  292. Fisher, Florence G. - 114
  293. Fisher, John B. - 145
  294. Fisher, Katharine (Dummer) - 146
  295. Fisk, Amelia - 155
  296. Fiske, Bishop Charles - 123
  297. Fitzhugh, Marion E. - 133, 136, 137
  298. Fiumara, Nicholas J. - 447, 449
  299. Flanagan, Father Edward Joseph - 602
  300. Flaschner, Franklin N. - 140-142, 214, 217*, 219, 221, 222, 439, 451-453, 597
  301. Fletcher, Joseph - 194, 196, 197, 200
  302. Flexner, Bernard - 121
  303. Folsom, Marguerite C. - 143, 217, 221
  304. Ford, Benson - 574
  305. Fowell, Myron W. - 531
  306. Frankenstein, Grete - 504
  307. Frankfurter, Felix - 117, 119-123, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 150, 158, 173, 176, 207
  308. Fraser, Albert B. - 121, 170
  309. Fraser, Eugene B. - 121
  310. Freedman, Harry L. - 532
  311. Freeman, Lucy - 143
  312. Freemont-Smith, Frank - 195, 196
  313. Frizzell, Muriel H. - 453, 459
  314. Frost, Dorothy Crowley - 116, 120
  315. Fry, S. Margery - 115, 503
  316. Fuchs, Lawrence H. - 157
  317. Furcolo, Gov. Foster - 227
  318. Gada, Mabel C. - 144
  319. Gage, Fern S. - 588
  320. Gamwell, Sumner M. - 455, 457, 458
  321. Gardner, George E. - 211
  322. Gardner, Ralph E. - 142
  323. Gardner, Virginia - 157
  324. Garfield, James - 126
  325. Garrett, Paul W. - 126, 551
  326. Gaughan, Charles W. - 195
  327. Gault, Robert H. - 532
  328. Gavin, John A. - 446, 453, 601
  329. Gelb, Arthur - 153
  330. Gildemeister, Anita - 139
  331. Gildemeister, Maria Louisa - 136, 190
  332. Gerould, Albert C. - 200
  333. Gill, Howard B. - 205
  334. Gillis, Frederick J. - 449-452
  335. Gilman, Dorothy Foster - 211
  336. Givago-Grishna, N. J. - 116, 158
  337. Gladding, Anne - 123, 128, 132, 133, 177, 180, 181, 183, 184, 188, 190-194, 199, 216, 221, 223-227, 229, 275, 329
  338. Gleason, Mary - 124, 158
  339. Glueck, Eleanor T. - 177, 185
  340. Glueck, Sheldon - 145, 182, 532
  341. Goetz, George -- see Cadbury, Henry Joel (pseud.)
  342. Goldberg, Bessie F. - 458, 460
  343. Golden, Harry - 645
  344. Goldstein, Sidney - 136
  345. Goodale, Francis G. - 152, 195, 196, 200, 210, 214-217, 219, 221, 223
  346. Gordon, Geraldine - 146
  347. Gordon, King - 142
  348. Gorrie, Kathleen - 126
  349. Gorton, M. - 115
  350. Gray, Mildred Geneva - 205, 206, 527
  351. Green, Doris L. - 452-454
  352. Green, Gov. Dwight - 618, 622, 623
  353. Green, Etta - 152, 154
  354. Greene, William M. - 157
  355. Gregg, Lucy D. - 118
  356. Gregory, Tappan - 168-621, 624
  357. Grice, Mary B. - 460, 461
  358. Griffith, Eloise - 504
  359. Griswold, Erwin N. - 143, 209, 210, 221
  360. Griswold, Harriet F. - 150, 216
  361. Grossman, Edgar - 154, 456, 457
  362. Grossman, M.J. - 445
  363. Grossman, Maxwell B. - 197, 222, 316, 449
  364. Haas, Harriet A. - 131, 138
  365. Hadley, Rev. Henry Harrison, Jr. - 118, 120, 431
  366. Halbert, L.A. - 113
  367. Hale, Eleanore - 223, 224, 227
  368. Hall, Fanny [Mrs. Keppele] - 149, 151, 153, 154, 195, 198, 200, 203, 205, 206, 211-214, 217, 227
  369. Hallock, Arthur - 135
  370. Hamill, Esther - 198, 199, 206, 208, 212
  371. Hardy, Harriet Louise - 147
  372. Harriman, Henry I. - 558
  373. Harris, Mary B. - 532
  374. Harris, Nathaniel - 574
  375. Harrison, Earl G. - 579
  376. Hartford, Lee B., et al. - 142
  377. Haviland, Edna C. - 224
  378. Hawes, Elizabeth - 199
  379. Hayes, E. S. - 532
  380. Haynes, Walter - 578
  381. Health, Mary A. - 446, 447
  382. Health, Sidney E. - 123
  383. Heckelmann, Charles N. - 148
  384. Hedges, Charles W. - 157
  385. Henderson, Julia - 143
  386. Hendrick, Nell - 503
  387. Henglein, Dorothy - 460, 461
  388. Hepner, Arthur W. - 218
  389. Herben, Beatrice - 138, 141, 142, 504
  390. Herrick, Elinore - 142
  391. Herrick, Margaret Perkins [?] - 158
  392. Herter, Gov. Christian - 590
  393. Hevey, Rev. Jerome J. - 153, 154, 157, 606
  394. Hill, Arthur D. - 120, 121
  395. Hinkley, Hilda -- see Schlicke, Hilda (Hinkley)
  396. Hinton, Carmelita - 432
  397. Hinton, William A. - 177, 181
  398. Hironomus, Helen - 143, 200, 204, 207, 214, 247
  399. Hirtle, Gertrude M. - 436, 439
  400. Hodgkins, Constance - 460, 461
  401. Hodgson, Bertha N. - 145, 585
  402. Hodder, J. Alan - 196*
  403. Hodder, Jessie (Donaldson) - 115, 118*, 175
  404. Hoffer, Joe R. - 157
  405. Hoffman, Charles W. - 114*, 173, 502, 503, 535
  406. Hoffman, Harold G. [?] - 126
  407. Hollis, Orlando John - 527
  408. Holly, William H. - 603*, 625
  409. Hollzer, Harry A. - 117
  410. Holmes, Barbara - 191
  411. Holmes, Gertrude B. - 138, 139, 142, 145-147, 153, 191, 192, 197, 203, 204, 219
  412. Holmes, Harold R. - 191
  413. Holzschuh, Alma - 115, 118-120, 127, 133, 134, 136, 143, 159, 184, 197, 202, 209, 213, 220, 435, 604
  414. Hooker, Forrestine C. - 112
  415. Hopkins, Marguerite S. - 126
  416. Horner Gov. Henry (office of) - 611
  417. Houghton, Sara ("Sally") - 146, 147
  418. House, S. Daniel (pseud.) -- see Schmalhausen, Samuel Daniel
  419. Howe, Elizabeth H. - 145, 221, 224, 225, 227
  420. Howes, Fannie - 460-462
  421. Hulbert, Henry Schoolcraft - 216
  422. Hulbert, Winifred - 158, 223, 224, 226, 585
  423. huntington, Virginia - 146, 455, 585
  424. Hutchins, Mr. - 123
  425. Iddings, Frederick - 134, 146
  426. Ilhami, Roxane - 504
  427. Jackson, Anne - 115, 429, 503
  428. Jacobs, Leo L. - 145
  429. Jaffary, Stuart K. - 210, 212
  430. Jaffray, Julia K. - 114
  431. James, Mary - 129, 132, 136, 141, 144, 145, 190, 191
  432. Jamieson, Anna D. [Mrs. Joseph B.] - 139, 140, 154, 193, 197, 217 221, 292, 293
  433. Jardine, Ronald L. - 128
  434. Jaynes, Almon - 123
  435. Jehle, Herbert - 192, 193
  436. Jefferson, S. Paul - 196, 206
  437. Jessner, Lucie Ney - 211*
  438. Jimerson, Norman C. - 148
  439. Johnson, Alvin - 116-119, 121
  440. Johnson, Evelyn Grant - 153, 200, 216, 222, 460, 462
  441. Johnson, Inga W. - 201, 208, 215
  442. Johnson, Margaret A. - 456, 457, 459
  443. Johnson, Marietta - 121
  444. Johnstone, E.L. - 430, 620, 621
  445. Jones, Cheney - 579
  446. Jones, W.C. - 617, 618
  447. Jordan, Wilbur Kitchener - 204
  448. Josephi, Hannah M. - 115
  449. Kantti, Irja - 219
  450. Kanzler, Jacob - 114
  451. Karpe, Marietta - 129, 134, 135, 198, 202
  452. Katzenbach, Nicholas de Belleville - 217
  453. Kaufman, Mrs. [painter] - 133
  454. Keebaugh, Neva M. - 503
  455. Keith, Ina A. - 142
  456. Kellett, Rev. Howard P. - 130-132, 142, 148, 157, 189, 194, 198, 214*, 339, 436, 448
  457. Kelley, Edna M. - 178, 180, 184
  458. Kellington, H.E. - 120
  459. Kellogg, Arthur - 116, 120, 173, 503
  460. Kellogg, Paul U. - 119, 125, 173, 199, 215, 506
  461. Kelly, Francis E. - 215*
  462. Kelsey, Grace R. - 112
  463. Kemp, Edward - 153, 154
  464. Kendall, Glenn M. - 532
  465. Kennedy, Eunice -- see Shriver, Eunice (Kennedy)
  466. Kennedy, John Fitzgerald - 227
  467. Kent, Rose L. - 152
  468. Kenworthy, Marion E. - 503
  469. Kilpack, John G. - 147, 151, 154
  470. King, Christopher - 462
  471. King, Gertrude - 138
  472. Kingman, John M. - 139
  473. Kirchwey, Freda - 145, 223
  474. Kirchwey, George W. - 122, 173, 581
  475. Kistler, Margaret C. - 202
  476. Knickerbocker, Daniel Candee - 141-142, 144
  477. Knight, Howard R. - 122
  478. Koelsch, Dorothy - 223
  479. Koltonski, Helen - 209, 220
  480. Korsch, Hedda - 203
  481. Kramer, Doris - 157
  482. Kravitz, Sanford - 155
  483. Kreinheder, Lee - 148, 224
  484. Kris, Ernest - 215*
  485. Kross, Anna M. - 152, 154, 227
  486. Kuhn, Hedwig S. - 503
  487. Labaree, Mary S. - 120
  488. Lamson, Armene T. [Mrs. Otis] - 122, 602
  489. Landon, Edith D. - 146
  490. Lang, Ernest - 504
  491. Lash, Arline - 219, 223
  492. Lathrop, Charles N. - 114, 173, 581
  493. Lathrop, Florence - 177, 178, 180, 181
  494. Lathrop, Julia Clifford - 113*, 114, 610
  495. Lawes, Elise Chisholm [Mrs. Lewis E.] - 138
  496. Lawes, Lewis E. - 623
  497. Lawrence, Nancy -- see Sculled, Nancy (Lawrence)
  498. Lawrence, Rev. William Appleton - 192, 194, 199, 202*, 207, 216, 217, 227, 432
  499. Lay, Lucy - 117, 581
  500. Lay, Wilfrid - 503
  501. Lazar, Lucille - 115, 209, 502
  502. Leach, Henry Goddard - 120
  503. Lee, Dorothy McCullough - 447
  504. Lee, Hannah - 115
  505. Lee, Mary - 436
  506. Lee, Porter R. - 581
  507. Leitch, Grace - 116, 121, 127, 131
  508. Le Maire, Louis - 216
  509. Lench, Beatrice - 198, 202, 206
  510. Lenroot, Katharine F. - 119
  511. Lesenchal, Pearl - 450, 451, 453
  512. Leslie, Dorothy Doane - 144, 147, 148, 158, 223, 224, 585, 645
  513. Leslie, Rev. James Stewart - 224, 449, 451-453
  514. Levenberg, Selma H. - 436, 453, 461, 462
  515. LeVerne, Daniel -- see David H. Daney
  516. Levine, Samuel A. - 122
  517. Lewis, John Llewellyn - 554*
  518. Lewis, O.F. - 532
  519. Lewman, Gertrude - 120
  520. Libochowitz, Erich - 129 - 129
  521. Lindeman, E. C. - 120
  522. Lindeman, Erich - 211*
  523. Livingston, Ruth - 198-200, 210
  524. Lockard, Grace P. - 194, 197
  525. Loomis, Corinne V. - 200
  526. Lord, Rev. Lemuel K. - 134, 145, 194, 199
  527. Lorimer, Elizabeth (later Corbett) - 150, 153, 156, 157, 227, 334
  528. Loring, Bessie Brooks - 141, 142, 145, 147, 149, 216, 217, 219, 438, 439, 447, 449, 455, 458
  529. Lossing, Elisabeth - 506
  530. Lovejoy, Owen R. - 177, 533, 535
  531. Loveland, Gilbert - 117
  532. Low, Rebecca C. - 153
  533. Luccock, Halford E. - 114
  534. Lukas, Edwin J. - 204, 208
  535. Lurie, Ethel M. Mrs. Reuben - 202
  536. Lurie, Reuben L. - 126, 144*, 146, 149, 223, 436, 452, 453, 462
  537. Lutts, Delia A. - 153
  538. Lyman, Arthur T. - 126, 128*, 183, 190, 195, 201, 205*, 289, 574
  539. Lyons, Louis M. - 176
  540. Lyons, Mary C. - 152
  541. McAllaster, Rev. Allan R. - 461
  542. McArthur, Helen deCorse - 532
  543. McAvoy, Susan Anthony - 140, 436
  544. McBroom, Maude - 122
  545. McChristie, Mary Edna - 137, 533
  546. McClintock, Katherine B. - 125
  547. McClusky, Howard Y. - 561
  548. MacCormick, Austin Harbutt - 127, 145, 149, 197, 202, 206, 209*, 216*, 217*, 223, 618-621, 625
  549. MacCormick, William A. - 224, 225
  550. McDermott, Lillian - 520
  551. McDonald, Norman L. - 146
  552. McDowell, Elliott E. - 194-198*, 201*, 203, 215*
  553. Macfarland, Eleanor B. - 125, 163, 173
  554. MacKenzie, Elizabeth B. - 145, 227
  555. McKenzie, Jean K. - 142
  556. MacKenzie, W.A. - 120
  557. McKernan, Agnes H. - 138, 587
  558. McKernan, Tess L. - 123, 128, 177
  559. Mackler, Isadore M. - 141
  560. MacLachlan, Mary - 112
  561. MacLeech, Paula - 141
  562. McManus, Elizabeth - 115, 159
  563. McMillan, Donald - 205
  564. Macneill, Isabel - 145
  565. McQuaid, Elizabeth B. - 143, 222
  566. Maetzu, Toro - 153, 154, 157
  567. Maetzu, Victoria - 154
  568. Magoon, Mayo M. - 181, 210, 433, 448, 449, 453
  569. Mahan, Edna - 158, 196, 197, 201, 208, 227, 433
  570. Mahan, Pauline Long - 194
  571. Maloney, Paul - 121
  572. Manley, R. Hazel - 116
  573. Mansson, Inga-Brit - 145, 148, 223
  574. Maquet, J. - 118
  575. Marcuse, Lotte - 503
  576. Mariner, Karoline D. - 224, 457, 458
  577. Marsh, Daniel L. - 137
  578. Marsh-Parker, Margaret - 123, 124, 128, 209
  579. Marshall, Sabina - 581
  580. Mascarello, Henry J. - 193, 200, 210, 227, 589
  581. Maxcey, Harriett - 217
  582. Mazzocchi, Elda (Scarzella) -- see Scarzella, Elda (later Mazzocchi)
  583. Mead, Margaret - 587
  584. Mebane, Daniel - 114, 117-119, 138, 158, 200, 209, 502-505
  585. Meek, Lois Hayden - 116
  586. Meleney, Frank L. - 143
  587. Mellanby, Molly - 145, 147
  588. Melnick, Wilton - 218
  589. Mendes, Herman - 529
  590. Menon, Lakshmi N. - 142, 143
  591. Meyer, Adolf - 173
  592. Meyers, Arthur D. - 123
  593. Michel, Werner - 218
  594. Middlebrook, Maude E. - 121
  595. Miller, Dorothy W. - 140 - 142, 148, 449
  596. Miller, Glen - 182, 188, 189, 191
  597. Miller, Justin - 126
  598. Moody, Mary - 191, 192, 202, 212
  599. Moore, Charles F., Jr. - 196
  600. Moore, Frances C. - 124, 177
  601. Morewood, Margaret T. - 139, 146, 209, 581
  602. Morgan, Ina L. - 185, 432
  603. Mork, Carolyn W. ("Hooky") - 201, 217, 440, 441
  604. Morris, Albert - 144, 146, 157, 194, 217, 592
  605. Morris, Lawrence S. - 138
  606. Morrison, Emily F. - 119, 204, 502
  607. Morton, Mrs. David Holmes - 577
  608. Moseley, Vincent - 117
  609. Motherwell, Margaret - 147, 148
  610. Moulton, Florence B. - 144, 221-223
  611. Mulrey, Rev. Frederick - 134, 139, 142, 197, 200*, 219, 222, 321
  612. Muello, Anthony G. - 148
  613. Munger, Elizabeth - 177, 201, 208
  614. Munk, Marie - 178, 212, 558
  615. Murphy, Isabel - 504
  616. Murphy, J. Prentice - 170, 177
  617. Murphy, Mary V. - 147
  618. Murray, Anne - 529
  619. Murray, Henry A. - 146*, 211*
  620. Musselman, Rev. G. Paul - 145, 436-438
  621. Myers, Robert J. - 128
  622. Myrick, Lockwood - 436, 451-453
  623. Neu, Kurt M. - 149
  624. Neu, Ruth Warburg - 141, 145, 148, 216
  625. Neuberger, Sylvia - 204
  626. Newcomb, Mary - 527
  627. Newsome, Paul A. - 527
  628. Newell, Nancy - 124, 135, 158, 177, 178, 181, 197, 200, 204, 208, 271, 460
  629. Newton, Harry F. - 117
  630. Nichols, Ruth L. - 217
  631. Noblin, Frances E. - 129, 132
  632. Noonan, Peggy - 191
  633. Norman, Priscilla - 222
  634. Norment, Caroline G. - 118
  635. Novelli, Giovanni - 129
  636. O'Connor, Martin F. - 207, 222
  637. O'Keefe, Margaret - 136, 177, 178, 180, 183, 184, 187, 188, 189, 191, 193-202, 204, 209, 215-217, 219, 221, 223, 226, 227, 268, 271, 278, 296, 298, 303, 335, 336, 341, 343, 345
  638. O'Keefe, Ruth - 131, 132*, 137, 138, 146, 192, 216
  639. O'Keefe, William J. - 126
  640. Olmstead, Helen M. - 150, 456, 462
  641. Olney, Richard - 122, 123, 181
  642. Olson, Culbert L. - 132
  643. Onthank, Karl W. - 115, 136
  644. Orsi, Pauline - 154, 189, 194, 200, 201 309, 329, 347
  645. Osborne, Charles D. - 120
  646. Oswald, Russell G. - 149, 227
  647. Overholser, Winifred - 131*, 434
  648. Owings, Chloe - 502
  649. Parker, Lillie - 506
  650. Parker, Paul D. - 147
  651. Parker, Ruth A. - 459-462
  652. Parmiter, Charles A., Jr. - 195, 209, 442
  653. Parsons, Edward - 117
  654. Parsons, Herbert C. - 122, 125, 126*, 173, 176, 430, 543, 578, 580
  655. Parsons, Patricia - 147
  656. Parsons, Talcott - 211*
  657. Paschall, Marguerite - 123
  658. Paschkis, Victor - 146
  659. Paton, John - 583
  660. Patterson, Inez B. - 209, 217
  661. Penniman, Caroline DeFord - 587
  662. Peragic?, Elizabeth H. - 531
  663. Perani, Ann B. - 143, 455
  664. Perkins, Frances - 128*, 129, 205
  665. Perkins, John J. - 131
  666. Perry, Mary B. - 210, 220
  667. Peters, Robeson - 444, 450-452
  668. Pettit, Paul - 149
  669. Philips, Barbara - 529
  670. Phillips, Charles F. - 154, 527
  671. Phillips, Helen G. - 200
  672. Phillips, Robert B. - 619, 625, 626
  673. Phipps, M. J. - 126
  674. Pickett, Lesley L. - 194, 198, 202, 205, 210, 269
  675. Pickett, Rachel J. - 190
  676. Pierce, Vivian - 149, 529-531 610
  677. Pippert, Eleanor - 225, 227, 228, 262
  678. Pockriss, Judith - 152
  679. Pollock, Morris P. - 153
  680. Pope, Miley M. - 128
  681. Popenoe, Paul - 125
  682. Pound, Roscoe - 173
  683. Pratt, Iris Calderhead - 530
  684. Pratt, Margaret P. - 170, 171
  685. Pratt, Vera - 146
  686. Prentis, Marenda E. - 211, 435, 437, 453, 579
  687. Preston, Rev. Richard Greeley - 193, 222, 445, 447
  688. Prince, Albert I. - 127
  689. Proctor, Edward O. - 195, 196, 206, 213, 222
  690. Putnam, Caroline - 140, 141, 146, 158, 208, 210, 214, 216, 217*
  691. Putnam, Harold - 198, 210, 215
  692. Quinn, Catherine G. - 450, 451, 453
  693. Quirk, Hilda Hedstrom - 530
  694. Ragen, Joseph E. - 613, 614, 623
  695. Rainey, Homer Price - 533, 535, 543, 551, 554
  696. Rak, Ian Paley - 132-135, 198, 275,
  697. Rannells, Marion E. - 119, 430
  698. Rantoul, Lois - 142, 194-196, 198, 201, 219
  699. Rawson, George E. - 142, 442*
  700. Raymond, C. Stanley - 142
  701. Reed, Priscilla - 195, 196, 200, 202, 219, 221-223, 225
  702. Reeder, Grace A. - 125
  703. Reeves, Floyd Wesley - 554, 558, 561
  704. Reilly, Margaret G. - 197, 574
  705. Rice, Ida Leana - 221-223, 225, 228
  706. Richardson, Inez G. - 122
  707. Richardson, Lottie R. - 169
  708. Ripley, Ida S. - 137, 139-141, 143, 145, 193
  709. Robbins, Manuel Lee - 148
  710. Robinson, Hebe - 153
  711. Robinson, Louis N. - 113
  712. Rochester, Anna - 114
  713. Rockwood, E. Ruth - 28, 113, 116, 123, 126, 239
  714. Roe, Grace - 120
  715. Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt) - 130*, 139, 142, 143, 146, 152, 191, 202, 217*, 227, 611
  716. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano - 554*
  717. Root, Nelly Hall - 120
  718. Rosen, Gerald - 125, 126
  719. Rosenheim, Frederick - 573, 574
  720. Ross, Marion - 129, 131
  721. Rotch, Helen G. - 200*
  722. Rowe, Allan Winter - 122, 177, 178, 180
  723. Rowles, Burton J. ("Jack") - 645
  724. Rowles, Madge Mrs. Burton - 645
  725. Rowse, Ethel - 117, 137, 138, 140, 142, 146-148, 202, 321
  726. Royce, Mercedes - 188, 190
  727. Runbeck, Margaret Lee - 140, 141
  728. Rusk, Howard - 212
  729. Russell, Marion D. - 137, 138, 144, 193
  730. Russell, William F. - 561
  731. Rutledge, L. V. - 574
  732. Ryan, Paul C. - 577, 578
  733. Sachar, Abram L. - 227, 451, 453
  734. Saftel, Helen - 193, 201, 209, 221, 269
  735. Saglio, Diane J. - 155
  736. Saltonstall, Leverett - 134, 135, 137, 147, 184, 614
  737. Saltonstall, William G. - 142
  738. Sampson, Jean B. - 143, 439
  739. Sanders, Claire M. - 519
  740. Sanifer, Durward V. - 143
  741. Sargent, Porter - 205, 217
  742. Savage, William L. - 142, 143
  743. Savin, William H. - 196, 206
  744. Sayre, Francis B. - 178-180, 200*, 201, 208*, 531, 604
  745. Sayre, Jessie (Wilson) [Mrs. Francis] - 203
  746. Scarzella, Elda (later Mazzocchi) - 143-145, 148, 149, 152, 155
  747. Schain, Josephine - 118, 120
  748. Schlicke, Hilda (Hinkley) - 127, 128, 134, 135, 137, 138, 142, 144, 147, 153
  749. Schmalhausen, Samuel Daniel - 116
  750. Schmitt, Barbara - 145
  751. Schroeder, Paul L. - 616-619
  752. Schuller, Nancy (Lawrence) - 138, 139, 142, 149, 193, 197, 216
  753. Schwab, Martha - 145, 146, 148, 149
  754. Scott, Margaret A. - 114
  755. Scott, Robert H. - 116, 159, 581
  756. Scribner, Ethel Cynthia - 504
  757. Scudder, Vida Dutton - 585
  758. Sellin, Thorsten - 121, 124, 126, 137
  759. Sells, Alice Phillips - 197, 207, 224, 438, 439, 588
  760. Seplow, Carolyn A. - 529
  761. Sexton, Rev. John S. - 141, 142, 144-146, 149, 210, 223, 227*, 456
  762. Seymour, Helen - 125
  763. Shank, Donald J. - 133
  764. Shaw, Farnham - 122
  765. Sheldon, Walter H. - 129
  766. Sherman, Mildred P. - 217
  767. Shontz, Orfa Jean ("Grizzly") - 117, 118, 123, 124, 131, 159, 172, 197, 208
  768. Shotwell, Charlotte D. - 451, 454
  769. Shriver, Eunice (Kennedy) - 193, 195, 219, 434
  770. Shuder, H. A. - 120
  771. Sidel, Ruth - 155
  772. Siemsen, Gertrud - 143, 147, 148, 153, 154, 156, 219
  773. Silver, Joseph R. - 153
  774. Simpson, Marcia - 153, 216, 220
  775. Sisson, Charles P. - 117
  776. Slattery, Sarah L. - 126
  777. Slobodzian, Jane - 181, 190, 197, 298
  778. Slyfield, Evelyn - 159, 169
  779. Smith, Aurilla [?] [Mrs. Franklin] - 115
  780. Smith, Betty Cole - 193, 302, 325, 588
  781. Smith, Carrie Weaver - 117, 119, 122, 124-126, 177
  782. Smith, George Gilbert - 200*
  783. Smith, Lucile - 153, 154
  784. Smith, M. Hamblin - 505
  785. Smith, Richard T. - 206, 445
  786. Smyth, George - 584
  787. Solenberger, Edwin D. - 506
  788. Soule, George - 116
  789. Southworth, Winthrop M., Jr. - 585, 561
  790. Spear, Irving L. - 141
  791. Spector, Herman K. - 137
  792. Spence, Margaret S. - 193, 219, 224
  793. Speers, F. Guthrie - 120
  794. Spicer, Elizabeth ("Aunt Bessie") - 194, 201
  795. Springer, Gertrude - 126
  796. Spurr, E. Lawrence - 193, 219
  797. Staffieri, Zulema - 143
  798. Stantial, Edna Lamprey - 147
  799. Stearns, A. Warren - 144, 145, 176, 194*, 198*, 527
  800. Stebel, Madeline A. C. - 28, 134, 145, 146, 185, 193
  801. Stedman, Edith - 180
  802. Stern, Leon T. - 146
  803. Stevens, Harold E. - 197
  804. Stevens, Nellie French - 587
  805. Stevenson, Adlai - 625-627
  806. Stevenson, George S. - 139
  807. Stewart, Mary - 504
  808. Stinson, Maude - 141, 147, 217
  809. Stone, Beatrice S. - 128
  810. Stone, Ruth S. - 141, 219, 438, 443
  811. Stoodley, Bartlett H. - 157
  812. Strang, Ruth - 132, 137, 138, 433
  813. Stratton, Elbridge - 624, 625
  814. Straus, Therese K. - 142, 144, 195
  815. Streeter, Ruth Cheney - 194
  816. Strickland, Katherine Gabel - 153, 155
  817. Strong, Dwight S. - 200, 202
  818. Struik, Ruth - 132, 133
  819. Stuart, Gladys E. - 123
  820. Sturtevant, Sarah M. - 125, 521
  821. Sutherland, Robert L. - 551
  822. Swan, Ethel - 141, 146, 158, 212, 221, 223
  823. Sweeney, Mary E. - 157*
  824. Taft, Donald R. - 146
  825. Tavender, Augusta - 141
  826. Taylor, Burton W. - 212
  827. Taylor, Frederick B. - 202*, 215, 443
  828. Taylor, Katharine - 118, 120, 121, 125, 147
  829. Teetzel, Jean - 146
  830. Tenison-Woods, Mary - 142
  831. Thatcher, Elizabeth - 172, 181
  832. Thayley, V. T. - 533
  833. Thomas, Margaret B. - 449, 450
  834. Thompson, Charles ("Bud") - 147, 148, 154, 227
  835. Thompson, Geraldine L. [Mrs. Lewis S.] - 115, 127-130*, 135-137, 142, 144, 146-148, 173, 178, 184, 190, 191, 194-197, 200-202, 210, 213, 214, 223, 227, 611, 616-625
  836. Thresher, Irene K. - 146, 227
  837. Tiegs, E. W. - 521
  838. Tiffany, Grace E. - 139, 188
  839. Tobey, B. G. - 115
  840. Tobias, Channing - 143
  841. Tobin, Maurice J. - 136*
  842. Toll, Henry W. - 578
  843. Tomassian, Martin A. - 447, 450
  844. Tremain, Ruthven - 217
  845. Tripp, Mary (Harmoney) - 129-131 186, 455, 456
  846. Trout, John M., Jr. - 573
  847. Troutwine, Charlotte - 142, 143, 146, 158, 221
  848. Trowbridge, Cornelius P. - 527
  849. Tucker, Katharine - 120
  850. Tupper, Eleanor - 221
  851. Ubare, Ernest H. - 152, 153, 157
  852. Van Allen, Jennie - 503
  853. Van De Wall, Clara Maria (Liepmann) - 123, 128
  854. Van Doren, Dorothy - 116
  855. Van Dyke, Helen - 121, 122, 158
  856. Van Gorberg, Pussy (Thompson) - 115
  857. Van Liew, Frances H. - 535
  858. Van Wagenen, Margaret - 181, 184, 189-192, 195
  859. Van Waters, Bertha Mrs. Ralph - 217*, 221, 223
  860. Van Waters, Ralph - 128
  861. Virden, Harry Lee - 124, 177
  862. Von Bose?, Countess Irene - 118
  863. Von Hanstein, A. - 146
  864. Von Selle, Margaret - 140, 141, 158
  865. Waite, Oren B. - 517
  866. Walker, Charles T. - 506
  867. Walker, Evelvn T. - 119, 124
  868. Walker, Mamie Dowd - 504, 533
  869. Warren, Bentley W. - 577
  870. Wasner, Anna Pellegrino - 154, 155
  871. Watson, Lina Mary Mrs. C. H. -- "Whatsis" - 131, 138, 151, 158, 182, 185, 186, 189, 197, 222
  872. Watson, Mary J. - 123
  873. Webster, Deborah - 141, 146, 203
  874. Weill, Blanche C. - 135, 530
  875. Weinberg, Ruth F. - 180, 183, 185, 188-190, 192, 193, 222, 342-344
  876. Weiss, Hans - 117, 119-122, 125, 503
  877. Wellington, Stanwood G. - 223
  878. Weske, Dorothy Bruce - 585
  879. Weston, Edna Vose - 447, 449
  880. Wetherald, Dorothy P. - 219
  881. Wets, Paul - 122, 125, 576
  882. Wheaton, Homer D. - 133-136, 145
  883. Wheeler, John A. - 577
  884. White, H. V. - 503
  885. White, William A. - 114*, 502
  886. Whitehill, Maimie L. - 129
  887. Whitman, Alfred F. - 430
  888. Whitney, Doris - 146
  889. Whitney, Elizabeth D. - 195
  890. Whitney, Harold P. - 127
  891. Whittle, Arthur E. - 123
  892. Wilcox, Claire - 118
  893. Wiley, Ray M. - 206
  894. Wilder, Thornton Niven - 185, 192*
  895. Wilk, Max - 218
  896. Williams, James - 153, 154, 223, 225
  897. Wills, Ema T. - 127
  898. Wills, Grace - 144, 146, 149, 194, 200, 205, 215, 221, 224, 439
  899. Wilson, Harold D. - 578
  900. Wilson, Phillips E. - 142, 219
  901. Wiltenberg, Rev. William J., Jr. - 148, 196, 227, 435
  902. Wilton, Jean B. - 145
  903. Wingard, Henrietta E. - 113
  904. Winsper, Isabel - 188, 194, 197, 209
  905. Winters, Carolyn K. - 147
  906. Witte, Eve - 153-155
  907. Woods, Arthur - 114
  908. Woods, Elizabeth ("Barbary") - 28, 115, 117, 120, 123, 128, 143, 144, 149, 151, 197, 203, 206, 215, 227, 432, 506
  909. Worcester, Daisy Lee - 117
  910. Work, Monroe N. - 551
  911. Wreden, Nicholas - 140
  912. Wright, Roberts J. - 133, 227
  913. Yankauer, Alfred - 134-136, 139, 142, 208, 209
  914. Yankauer, Marian - 149
  915. York, A. Chesley - 527
  916. Young, C. C. - 115*
  917. Young, Frederick G. - 503
  918. Young, Herrick B. - 527
  919. Young Kimball - 114, 132, 215
  920. Youngman, William S. - 121
  921. Yust, Walter - 133, 134, 138, 139, 143-145, 149
  922. Zeitlin, David I. - 531
  923. Zemans, Eugene S. - 158, 213
  924. Zook, George F. - 533

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Van Waters, Miriam. Papers of Miriam Van Waters, 1861-1971: A Finding Aid
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