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Guide to the Julius Rosenwald Papers 1905-1963

Finding aid prepared by KH, 1967; KLO, 1997; EAI, 2002

© 2009 University of Chicago Library

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Rosenwald, Julius. Papers

Dates:

1905-1963

Size:

35 linear feet (62 boxes, 16 scrapbooks)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Julius Rosenwald, businessman and philanthropist. The papers of Julius Rosenwald contain correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and a 1963 Rosenwald family tree. The collection documents Rosenwald's deep sense of social responsibility and commitment to philanthropic and civic endeavors, in particular his support of rural schools for African Americans, higher education, Jewish charities, and medical care. The collection also includes reports and minutes of the Julius Rosenwald Fund (1928-1933) and sixteen scrapbooks containing correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia that reflect Rosenwald's progressive reform activities, including support for the Tuskegee Institute, Howard University, World War I relief efforts in Illinois, and early development of the NAACP.

Information on Use

Access

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Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Julius Rosenwald. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

Julius Rosenwald was born on August 12, 1862, to Samuel and Augusta Rosenwald, both Jewish immigrants, in Springfield, Illinois. Rosenwald was educated in the public schools in Springfield, and in 1879 he began his business career with Hammerslough Brothers, wholesale clothiers in New York City.

In 1885, Rosenwald came to Chicago to become president of Rosenwald & Weil, a retail men’s clothing store. After Sears, Roebuck & Company moved its headquarters to Chicago in 1893, Rosenwald was asked to become its vice president. He served Sears, Roebuck successively as vice president (1895-1910), president (1910-1925), and chairman of the board (1925-1932). Under his leadership, Sears developed its lucrative nationwide mail-order business, established savings and profit-sharing plans for employees, and became America’s largest retailer. On April 8, 1890, Rosenwald married Augusta Nusbaum of Chicago; the couple had five children. Rosenwald died on January 6, 1932.

Rosenwald’s success as a businessman and executive was matched by his many accomplishments as an influential philanthropist and humanitarian. He played a leading role in many progressive social reform organizations in Chicago and became the first president of the combined Jewish Charities of Chicago. In 1917, he created the Julius Rosenwald Fund to support the “well-being of mankind.” He supported the work of Booker T. Washington at the Tuskegee Institute and established YMCAs and YWCAs to serve African American communities in cities across the United States. He funded the creation of thousands of schools for rural African Americans in the South. He contributed $6 million to support Russian Jews settling in southern Russia and Palestine. He established one of the first urban housing projects on Chicago’s South Side, and he founded the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.

Rosenwald summarized his philosophy of philanthropy quite simply: “What I want to do is try and cure the things that seem wrong.” He set out on this task with abundant wealth derived from his leadership of Sears, Roebuck & Company, a strong social conscience, and the practical zeal and organizing ability of an eminently successful American businessman.

The things Rosenwald saw as wrong in American society were many and varied, but he focused his prime interest on African Americans support for education and research, medical care, better government, and support for Jewish charities and institutions. Rosenwald’s career as a public benefactor extended over three decades and was carried on after his death by the Rosenwald Fund. The termination of the activities of the Rosenwald Fund in 1948 was planned by Rosenwald before he died, since he felt strongly that each generation must accept responsibility for the problems of its own time.

Throughout this vast body of papers are found records of the beginnings and the subsequent implementation of the many causes that Julius Rosenwald championed. Rosenwald consistently sought the advice and counsel of many informed public figures. He corresponded with Jane Addams, Booker T. Washington, Mary McDowell, Abraham Flexner, Herbert Hoover, Felix Frankfurter, and many others. But of equal interest and importance are the informative letters of minor figures who wrote to Rosenwald either to solicit his assistance or to give him guidance. This correspondence is arranged under a lengthy array of names of organizations that illustrate the scope of Rosenwald’s involvement and the potential use of his papers as a primary historical source: American Civic Association, Atlanta School of Social Work, Belgian Relief Fund, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency, Georgia Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Conference of Jewish Social Workers, Family Welfare Association, Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Illinois Society for Mental Health, Immigrants Protective League, Voluntary Parenthood League, among many others. Of course, the amount of documentation under each of these names varies with the degree of Rosenwald’s interest and commitment.

The papers bear the stamp of the man, the methods he used in dispensing some sixty million dollars of his fortune, and the goals that he hoped this money would attain. He applied his philanthropy to pioneering efforts in order to stimulate action and eventual responsibility by those more directly concerned. The fundamental social problems of a burgeoning urban population are the central theme of many of his activities, and consequently he supported agencies and groups that worked on such problems as birth control, old age security, the training of social workers, and juvenile delinquency. The record of Rosenwald’s involvement with social problems, reflecting both his attitudes and the needs presented by individuals and organizations, offers a unique historical perspective of social conditions. The data sent to Rosenwald in support of requests is of interest, especially when it is accompanied by the personal views and evaluations of keen observers of the social scene. Yet many of the individual pieces of correspondence or memoranda are often less than dramatic. Most of what was written is matter-of-fact and unadorned. Rosenwald handled these requests efficiently through aides and occasionally by himself since, as he once commented, he found giving away money much more difficult than accumulation. Included in the correspondence is the internal exchange of commentary and instructions that flowed between Rosenwald and the men who helped him reach his decisions.

Concern for justice was the essence of Rosenwald’s great interest in African Americans. This interest began shortly before the first World War when he met Booker T. Washington and became a trustee of the Tuskegee Institute. While best known for his assistance African American rural education in the South, he devoted many of his benefactions to the problems of African American health and working conditions through such organizations as: the Urban League, the Commission on Interracial Cooperation, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the project that, he said, gave him greater personal satisfaction than all his other philanthropies, the building of African American Y.M.C.A.’s. The record of Rosenwald’s search for an understanding of African American life and his attempt to apply his resources to solving social problems makes these papers a particularly illuminating source. He explained his emphasis on aid to African American education quite simply when he said that while white colleges might expect continually growing support, “[so] very few persons are interested in the education of the Negro that I have deemed it wiser to concentrate my efforts in that direction.”

Beyond his aid to the socially marginalized, Rosenwald had a strong sense of the needs of scholarship and learning. The University of Chicago was the recipient of the largest portion of his gifts to higher education, yet he also gave sizable gifts to Harvard University, characteristically including money for publication fund and research assistance for Professor Felix Frankfurter. Among his many contributions to the University of Chicago were his early support of the Graduate School of Social Service Administration, and his subsidy of several works by Sophonisba P. Breckinridge on public service administration and housing. Learned societies and professional groups such as the Institute of Pacific Relations, the Council of Foreign Affairs, and the American Association of Museums were also his beneficiaries.

While many of the social problems to which Rosenwald applied his philanthropy have been transformed by an increasingly complex society, as he knew they would, the principles that guided his giving remain as one of his most lasting memorials. Rosenwald repeatedly decreed that his giving was intended to attack fundamental causes of human distress rather than to be a mere palliative and was to be used to support experiments in social improvement which could and should be taken over by the community.

Other public benefactors and trusts have surpassed the amount of money, that Julius Rosenwald gave to helping others. But few can match the wisdom and effectiveness with which Rosenwald and the Rosenwald Fund met the problems of their own day. The full measure of his contributions can be seen in his papers.

Scope Note

The Julius Rosenwald papers consist of 35 linear feet of material including correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and a 1963 Rosenwald family tree. The collection documents Rosenwald's deep sense of social responsibility and commitment to philanthropic and civic endeavors, in particular his support of rural schools for African Americans, higher education, Jewish charities, and medical care.

The Julius Rosenwald papers have been organized into four series: I. Subject Files, II. Notebooks, III. Addenda, and IV. Scrapbooks. The bulk of the collection is arranged in an alphabetical subject file (Series I) that includes the following organizations: Art Institute of Chicago, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc., Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency, Chicago Commission on Race Relations, Chicago Lying-In Hospital, Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, Chicago Committee of Fifteen, Fisk University, Foreign Language Information Service, Harvard University, Hebrew Union College, Howard University, Hull House, Institute of Pacific Relations, Hugh S. Magill Campaign, Jewish Home Finding Society, Social Science Research Council, University of Chicago, University of Chicago Graduate School of Social Service Administration, and numerous African American chapters of the YMCA.

Series II, Notebooks, has been subdivided into five sections: Biographical, Springfield, Chronological, Index and Digest, and Subject Index notebooks.

Series III, includes reports and minutes of the Julius Rosenwald Fund (1928-1933). This fund, established by Rosenwald to address some of the principal problems of American society, began as an integral part of the man’s career. In 1928 Rosenwald revised its principles: his objections to perpetual endowments, and his insistence that both principal and income should be fully expended, led him to state that the entire fund should be dispersed within twenty-five years of the time of his death. Thus, each generation would be required to deal with its own problems. In fact, the Fund’s activities, continued under the leadership of Edwin R. Embree, came to an end in 1948. Once the money had been assigned to a particular cause, the only stipulation Rosenwald made was that it should be spent at the discretion of the directors of the institution, and not at that of the trustees of the Fund.

Series III also includes correspondence, miscellany, and tributes to Rosenwald. In Subseries 2, the correspondence is primarily personal from 1905 to 1930 and is arranged in two sections, family and general. A large segment of the family correspondence consists of letters written by Rosenwald to his son Lessing while the latter attended Cornell University. Letters from Rosenwald's German relatives can also be found in this series. The bulk of the general correspondence consists of letters of commendation to loyal employees of Sears, Roebuck, & Co., and letters of condolence received on the death of Rosenwald's brother Morris. Subseries 3 includes correspondence of Rosenwald and the Rosenwald Fund, material commemorating Rosenwald for his efforts in education at the University of Chicago and in the rural South, other posthumous tributes, newspaper clippings, and a Roswenwald family tree.

Series IV includes sixteen scrapbooks that contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia that reflect Rosenwald's progressive activities, including support for the Tuskegee Institute, Howard University, World War I relief efforts in Illinois, and early development of the NAACP. The opening page of each of the scrapbooks, with the exception of Scrapbook 16, bears an alphabetical subject index. The alphabetical subject indices of Scrapbooks 13 and 14 have accidentally been reversed in the process of inscription, so that the index to Scrapbook 13 appears at the front of Scrapbook 14 and the index to Scrapbook 14 appears at the front of Scrapbook 13.

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Subject Headings

Rosenwald, Julius, 1862-1932

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc.

Art Institute of Chicago

YMCA of the USA

Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency

Chicago Commission on Race Relations

Chicago Lying-In Hospital

Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy

Fisk University -- Benefactors

Harvard University -- Benefactors

University of Chicago -- Benefactors

Howard University

Hull House (Chicago, Ill.)

Julius Rosenwald Fund

Tuskegee Institute

African Americans -- Charities

Charities -- United States

Jews -- Charities

Philanthropists -- United States

ScrapbooksPhotographs

INVENTORY

Series I: Subject Files

Box 1

Folder 1

Aaronsohn, Aaron

Box 1

Folder 2

Academy of Political Science

Box 1

Folder 3

Addams, Jane -- Nobel Peace Prize

Box 1

Folder 4

Adult Education Council of Chicago

Box 1

Folder 5

Agriculture

Box 1

Folder 6

Alexander, Jerome

Box 1

Folder 7

All-American Theatre Association Raymond O’Neil’s Colored Theater Project

Box 1

Folder 8

Allendale Association

Box 1

Folder 9

American Academy of Political & Social Sciences

Box 1

Folder 10

American Academy in Rome

Box 1

Folder 11

American Arbitration Association Correspondence

Box 1

Folder 12

American Association for Advancement of Science

Box 1

Folder 13

American Association for Medical Progress

Box 1

Folder 14

American Association of Museums

Box 1

Folder 15

American Association Old Age Security

Box 1

Folder 16

American Chemical Society

Box 1

Folder 17

American Civic Association

Box 1

Folder 18

American College of Surgeons

Box 1

Folder 19

American College of Teheran (The)

Box 1

Folder 20

American Committee to establish a London Chair for American History

Box 1

Folder 21

American Economic Association

Box 1

Folder 22

American Foundation for the Blind, Inc.

Box 1

Folder 23

American Genetic Society

Box 1

Folder 24

American Geographical Society

Box 1

Folder 25

American Hospital Association Meeting

Box 1

Folder 26

American Jewish Committee

Box 1

Folder 27

American Judicature Society

Box 1

Folder 28

American Library Association

Box 1

Folder 29

American Opera Society

Box 1

Folder 30

American Peace Society

Box 2

Folder 1

American Philosophical Society

Box 2

Folder 2

American Public Health Association, General

Box 2

Folder 3

American Scandinavian Foundation 1927

Box 2

Folder 4

American School of Oriental Research

Box 2

Folder 5

American School of Tokyo

Box 2

Folder 6

American Seminar

Box 2

Folder 7

American Social Hygiene Association

Box 2

Folder 8

American Society for Control of Cancer

Box 2

Folder 9

American Society of International Law

Box 2

Folder 10

American, Miscellaneous

Box 2

Folder 11

Androfsky

Box 2

Folder 12

Anti-Cigarette League

Box 2

Folder 13

Anti-Cruelty Society

Box 2

Folder 14

Antioch College

Box 2

Folder 15

Apollo Musical Club

Box 2

Folder 16

Aquarium

Box 2

Folder 17

Archaeological Institute of America

Box 2

Folder 18

Art - Otto Kahn

Box 2

Folder 19

Art Institute (The), McKee Memorial Fund

Box 2

Folder 20

Art Institute (The), Muesham Glass Collection

Box 2

Folder 21

Art Institute, Shaw - Howard Memorial

Box 2

Folder 22

Arts Club of Chicago

Box 2

Folder 23

Associated Jewish Charities of Chicago

Box 2

Folder 24

Association for Study of Negro Life and History, I

Box 2

Folder 25

Association for Study of Negro Life and History, II

Box 2

Folder 26

Association for Study of Negro Life and History, III

Box 2

Folder 27

Association for Study of Negro Life and History, IV

Box 3

Folder 1

Association House of Chicago

Box 3

Folder 2

Atlanta School of Social Work

Box 3

Folder 3

Atlanta University

Box 3

Folder 4

Atlantic Monthly

Box 3

Folder 5

Atlantic Monthly Article, Principles of Public Giving

Box 3

Folder 6-7

Atlantic Monthly Article, Principles of Public Giving, (Comments) I

Box 3

Folder 8-9

Atlantic Monthly Article, Principles of Public Giving, (Comments) II

Box 3

Folder 10

Atlantic Monthly Articles, Trend Away from Perpetuities (Comments)

Box 3

Folder 11

Austin - Chellis A.

Box 3

Folder 12

Austrian Medal

Box 3

Folder 13

A - Correspondence

  • Jacob Abt
  • M. C. Adams
  • Addie [?]
  • Abraham J. Adler
  • Anti-Saloon League of Illinois
  • Sewell Avery
  • Emma Ayer

Box 3

Folder 14

Baker - Newton D. Biography

Box 3

Folder 15

Bartelme, Mary M. (Judge)

Box 3

Folder 16

Belgian Relief Fund

Box 3

Folder 17

Berry School

Box 3

Folder 18

Bethune-Cookman College

Box 3

Folder 19

Billikopf, Jacob

Box 3

Folder 20

Biography, Awards & Degrees of J. R.

Box 3

Folder 21

Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau

Box 4

Folder 1

Birth of a Race

Box 4

Folder 2

Bishop of Verdun

Box 4

Folder 3

Black Horse Troop & Mounted Band

Box 4

Folder 4

Bond, Isaac (Defense)

Box 4

Folder 5

Boston Medical Library

Box 4

Folder 6

Boy Scouts of America

Box 4

Folder 7-9

Boy Scouts of America, Chicago Council

Box 4

Folder 10

Boys’ Brotherhood Republic

Box 4

Folder 11

Boys’ General Assembly

Box 4

Folder 12

Braverman, Max Case

Box 4

Folder 13

Bundeson, Dr. Herman

Box 4

Folder 14

Bureau of Commercial Economics

Box 4

Folder 15

Bureau of Criminal Science

Box 4

Folder 16-17

Bureau of Personal Service (Miss Minnie Low)

Box 4

Folder 18

Bureau of Public Personnel Administration

Box 4

Folder 19

Bureau of Public Welfare of Cook County

Box 4

Folder 20

Bureau of Social Research

  • G. H. Mead
  • G. Taylor
  • C. R. Henderson
  • S. P. Breckinridge

Box 4

Folder 21

Business Men’s Relief Committee

Box 4

Folder 22

Business Men’s Republican Organization

Box 4

Folder 23

Busse, Fred (Mrs.) Fund

Box 4

Folder 24

Butler, Edward B.

Box 4

Folder 25

Byrd, Antarctic Expedition

Box 4

Folder 26

B - Correspondence

  • Joseph A. Bache
  • H. B. Barnard
  • A. G. Becker
  • Adalbert Bibring
  • Mrs. F. Blanchard
  • Louis Brandeis
  • [?] Burlingame

Box 5

Folder 1

Calhoun Colored School

Box 5

Folder 2

Cambridge, University of, Rabbinical Chair

Box 5

Folder 3

Camp Logan

Box 5

Folder 4

Campbell, Joseph

Box 5

Folder 5

Carnegie Foundation

Box 5

Folder 6

Carnegie Institution

Box 5

Folder 7

Central Clearing House of Employment

Box 5

Folder 8

Century of Progress

Box 5

Folder 9

Charity Kirmess, German Red Cross

Box 5

Folder 10

Chicago Air Race Corporation

Box 5

Folder 11

Chicago Association of Commerce

Box 5

Folder 12

Chicago Babies’ Free Milk Fund

Box 5

Folder 13

Chicago Bar Association

Box 5

Folder 14

Chicago Education, Board of Chadsey Case

Box 5

Folder 15

Chicago (Education, Board of)

Box 5

Folder 16

Chicago Education, Board of Investigation

Box 5

Folder 17

Chicago Boys’ Club

Box 5

Folder 18

Chicago Bureau for Care of the Aged

Box 5

Folder 19

Chicago Bureau of Charities

Box 5

Folder 20

Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency I

Box 5

Folder 21

Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency II

Box 5

Folder 22

Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency III

Box 5

Folder 23

Chicago Centennial Celebration

Box 5

Folder 24

All-Chicago Christmas Fund

Box 6

Folder 1

Chicago, City of

Box 6

Folder 2

Chicago, Civic Opera Company

Box 6

Folder 3

Chicago Commission on Race Relations

Box 6

Folder 4-5

Chicago Commission on Race Relations, Minutes, Reports, etc.

Box 6

Folder 6

Chicago Commons

Box 6

Folder 7-8

Chicago Council of Social Agencies

Box 6

Folder 9-10

Chicago Council of Social Agencies, Financing Social Agencies

Box 6

Folder 11

Chicago Crime Commission

Box 6

Folder 12

Chicago Daily News

Box 6

Folder 13

Chicago Government Planning Committee

Box 6

Folder 14

Chicago, City of, Health Department

Box 6

Folder 15

Chicago Hebrew Institute

Box 6

Folder 16

Chicago Historical Society

Box 7

Folder 1

Chicago Home for Convalescent Women and Children

Box 7

Folder 2

Chicago Housing Association

Box 7

Folder 3

Chicago Jewish Relief Fund

Box 7

Folder 4

Chicago Juvenile Court

Box 7

Folder 5

Chicago Law and Order League

Box 7

Folder 6

Chicago Library War Council

Box 7

Folder 7-8

Chicago Lying-In Hospital

Box 7

Folder 9

Chicago Peace Society

Box 7

Folder 10

Chicago Philanthropic Club

Box 7

Folder 11

Chicago Plan Commission

Box 7

Folder 12

Chicago Police Study Correspondence

Box 7

Folder 13

Chicago Rabbinical Association

Box 7

Folder 14

Chicago Regional Planning Association

Box 7

Folder 15

Chicago Relief Fund, Galician & Polish Jewish War Sufferers

Box 7

Folder 16-17

Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy I

Box 7

Folder 18-19

Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy II

Box 7

Folder 20

Chicago Sinai Congregation

Box 7

Folder 21

Chicago Society of Ethers

Box 7

Folder 22

Chicago Theater Society

Box 8

Folder 1

Chicago, University of, General I 1908-1922

Box 8

Folder 2

Chicago, University of, General II 1923-1928

Box 8

Folder 3

Chicago, University of, General III 1929-1931

Box 8

Folder 4

Chicago, University of, Dean Angell

Box 8

Folder 5

Chicago, University of, Arnett, Trevor

Box 8

Folder 6

Bernay’s Library

Box 8

Folder 7

Chicago University, Breasted Bust

Box 8

Folder 8

Chicago, University of, Chamberlin Bust

Box 8

Folder 9

Chicago, University of, Clinics, Nurses Home

Box 8

Folder 10

Chicago, University of, Committee on Gifts

Box 8

Folder 11

Chicago, University of, Conditional Gifts

Box 8

Folder 12

Chicago, University of, Conference Report

Box 8

Folder 13

Chicago University, Deutsch Samuel Memorial

Box 8

Folder 14-15

Chicago, University of, Development Fund

Box 8

Folder 16-17

Chicago, University of, Dormitories

Box 8

Folder 18

Chicago, University of, Eckhart Hall

Box 8

Folder 19

Chicago, University of, Extension Lectures

Box 8

Folder 20

Chicago, University of, Five Million Dollar Gifts

Box 8

Folder 21

Chicago, University of, Goodspeed Memorial Student Loan Fund

Box 8

Folder 22

Chicago, University of, Manly Portrait

Box 8

Folder 23-24

Chicago, University of, Medical School

Box 9

Folder 1

Chicago, University of, Oratory Prizes

Box 9

Folder 2

Chicago, University of, Oriental Institute

Box 9

Folder 3

Chicago, University of, Oriental Institute, Library

Box 9

Folder 4

Chicago, University of, Rosenwald, Julius Hall

Box 9

Folder 5

Chicago, University of, Scholarship

Box 9

Folder 6

Chicago, University of, School of Social Service Administration I

Box 9

Folder 7

Chicago, University of, School of Social Service Administration, II

Box 9

Folder 8

Chicago, University of, School of Social Service Administration, Publications Fund

Box 9

Folder 9

Chicago, University of, Settlement

Box 9

Folder 10

Chicago, University of, Settlement Prohibition Study

Box 9

Folder 11

Chicago, University of, Trustees

Box 9

Folder 12

Chicago, University of, Wilson, John Memorial Fund

Box 9

Folder 13-19

Chicago Urban League

Box 9

Folder 20

Chicago Woman’s Club

Box 9

Folder 21

Chicago (Miscellaneous)

Box 10

Folder 1

Child Welfare Committee

Box 10

Folder 2

Child Welfare League

Box 10

Folder 3

China Famine Relief Fund

Box 10

Folder 4

Chinese Agricultural Literature

Box 10

Folder 5

Christian Science Monitor

Box 10

Folder 6

Christianburg Industrial Institute

Box 10

Folder 7

Citizens’ Association of Chicago

Box 10

Folder 8

Citizens’ Committee to Enforce Landis Award

Box 10

Folder 9

Citizens’ Committee 1000

Box 10

Folder 10

Citizens’ Committee of 200

Box 10

Folder 11

Citizens’ League of Chicago

Box 10

Folder 12

Citizens; Military Training Camp

Box 10

Folder 13

City Club (General)

Box 10

Folder 14

City Club of Chicago

Box 10

Folder 15

City Club of Chicago, Public Works Fund

Box 10

Folder 16

Civic Safety Commission

Box 10

Folder 17

Civil Service Association

Box 10

Folder 18

Civil Service Reform Association

Box 10

Folder 19

Clarion Colony, Utah Colonization

Box 10

Folder 20

Cleveland, Grover Memorial

Box 10

Folder 21

Colored YMCA

Box 10

Folder 22

Columbia University, General

Box 11

Folder 1

Columbia University, Fabian Franklin Fund

Box 11

Folder 2

Commendations

Box 11

Folder 3

Commercial Club of Chicago, General

Box 11

Folder 4

Commercial Club of Chicago, Dinner

Box 11

Folder 5

Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Georgia

Box 11

Folder 6

Commission on Unemployment (Governor’s)

Box 11

Folder 7

Committees, Memberships, etc.

Box 11

Folder 8

Committee of Fifteen I

Box 11

Folder 9

Committee of Fifteen, General

Box 11

Folder 10

Committee of Fifteen, II

Box 11

Folder 11

Committee on Child Welfare, Legislation

Box 11

Folder 12

Committee on Care of Dependent Colored Children I

Box 11

Folder 13-14

Committee on Care of Dependent Colored Children II

Box 11

Folder 15

Committee on Crime Prevention

Box 11

Folder 16

Committee on Cultural Relations

Box 11

Folder 17

Committee on Recent Economic Changes

Box 11

Folder 18

Committee on Employment, President’s

Box 11

Folder 19

Committee of 100

Box 12

Folder 1

Committee on South Side Survey, Correspondence

Box 12

Folder 2

Committee on South Side Survey, Reports & Subject Data

Box 12

Folder 3

Committee of Sponsors

Box 12

Folder 4

Commonwealth Club

Box 12

Folder 5

Community Organization Board, Jackson, Henry E.

Box 12

Folder 6

Community Trust

Box 12

Folder 7

Conference of Jewish Social Workers

Box 12

Folder 8

Conference of Major Industries

Box 12

Folder 9

Conference of Unemployment (President’s)

Box 12

Folder 10

Consumers (and) Producers Foundation of America

Box 12

Folder 11

Convention Hall

Box 12

Folder 12

Cooperative Movement for Perishable Commodities

Box 12

Folder 13

Cornell University Pay Clinic

Box 12

Folder 14

Council, Foreign Relations

Box 12

Folder 15

Council, Home, Chicago Association Jewish Women

Box 12

Folder 16-17

Council of National Defense, General I

Box 12

Folder 18-19

Council of National Defense, General II

Box 12

Folder 20

Council of National Defense, Congratulations on Appointment

Box 12

Folder 21

Council of National Defense, Reports.

Box 13

Folder 1

County Jail and Criminal Court Building

Box 13

Folder 2

Crane, Mary, Day Nursery

Box 13

Folder 3

Creelman, James (Mrs.)

Box 13

Folder 4

Crime Detection Laboratory

Box 13

Folder 5

Croatan Indians (History)

Box 13

Folder 6

Crowther, Samuel

Box 13

Folder 7

Cullen - Countee

Box 13

Folder 8

Curie Fund

Box 13

Folder 9

Cyclopedia Judaica

Box 13

Folder 10

C - Correspondence

  • Cahn, Benj. R.
  • Chicago Home for the Friendless
  • Chicago Evening Post
  • Chicago Industrial School
  • Chicago Charity Hospital
  • Clark, Walter L.
  • Carty, John J.
  • Clow, W. E.
  • Coolidge. Calvin
  • Crandon, Lucy Hamilton (Mrs.)
  • Crissey, Forrest
  • Cullen, Thomas S. (Dr.)

Box 13

Folder 11

Dabney, Ellen O., Franklin School, Washington, D.C.

Box 13

Folder 12

Davis, Abel (General)

Box 13

Folder 13

Dawes, Rufus

Box 13

Folder 14

Death, Biography

Box 13

Folder 15

Deerfield Academy

Box 13

Folder 16

Deneen, Charles S. Campaign

Box 13

Folder 17

Dental Clinics (Chicago) I

Box 13

Folder 18

Dental Clinics (Chicago), II

Box 13

Folder 19

Dental Clinics

Box 13

Folder 20

Dental Clinics for Children, Cook County Hospital

Box 13

Folder 21

Dental Survey

Box 13

Folder 22

Desertion Bureau

Box 13

Folder 23

Des Plaines River Project

Box 13

Folder 24

Deutsche Hochschule fur Politik

Box 14

Folder 1

Dever, William (General)

Box 14

Folder 2

Dillard (Mrs.)

Box 14

Folder 3

Douglas, Frederick, Center

Box 14

Folder 4

Dropsie College (General)

Box 14

Folder 5

Du Bois, Lecture

Box 14

Folder 6

D - Correspondence

  • Daniels, Josephus
  • Dawes, Charles S.
  • Deutsch, G. (Mr.)
  • Deutsch, Hermine G. (Mrs.)
  • Donnelly, Reuben H.
  • Dormy, Joseph
  • Drexel State Bank
  • Duffus, R. L.
  • Dushkin, A. M. (Dr.)

Box 14

Folder 7

Eastland Relief Fund

Box 14

Folder 8

Eddy Sherwood

Box 14

Folder 9

Educational Events in Chicago

Box 14

Folder 10

Egyptian Trip

Box 14

Folder 11

Einstein Fund (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

Box 14

Folder 12

Eisendrath, S. L.

Box 14

Folder 13

Eisenman, Charles, Memorial and Neurology

Box 14

Folder 14

Elam Club, Home for Working Colored Girls

Box 14

Folder 15

Elbogen, D. I. (Prof.)

Box 14

Folder 16

Eliot, Charles W., 90th Birthday

Box 14

Folder 17

Employment Bureau for the Handicapped

Box 14

Folder 18

Encyclopedia Britannica, Article on Philanthropy

Box 14

Folder 19

Encyclopaedia Social Sciences

Box 14

Folder 20

Evanston, Colored Day Nursery

Box 14

Folder 21

Family Welfare Association of America

Box 14

Folder 22

Federal Council of Churches of Chris

Box 14

Folder 23

Feldstein, Leo Mrs.

Box 14

Folder 24

Fels, Joseph

Box 14

Folder 25

Field, Eugene, Memorial Fund

Box 14

Folder 26

Field Museum

Box 14

Folder 27

Field Museum, Chinese Gold Collection

Box 14

Folder 28

Fisher, Harry M. (Judge)

Box 14

Folder 29

Fisk University, Fisk and Race’s Future

Box 14

Folder 30

Fisk University, Million Dollar Fund

Box 14

Folder 31-32

Fisk University, General

Box 15

Folder 1

Fletcher, Victor

Box 15

Folder 2

Flexner, Abraham

Box 15

Folder 3

Flexner, Abraham, Educational Fund

Box 15

Folder 4

Flexner, Simon, dinner

Box 15

Folder 5

Flood

Box 15

Folder 6

Ford, Henry

Box 15

Folder 7

Foreign Language Information Service

Box 15

Folder 8

Foreign Language Information Service, Reports

Box 15

Folder 9

Foreign Language Information Service, General

Box 15

Folder 10

Foreign Policy Association

Box 15

Folder 11

Fort Valley High (and) Industrial School

Box 15

Folder 12

Forward Movement (The)

Box 15

Folder 13

Fosdick, Raymond

Box 15

Folder 14

14th Street Explosion Relief Fund

Box 15

Folder 15

Frank, Leo M., Lynching

Box 15

Folder 16

Franklin, Fabian

Box 15

Folder 17

Franklin, Pink Defense

Box 15

Folder 18

Franklin, Nursery School

Box 15

Folder 19

Freedman’s Hospital, General

Box 15

Folder 20

Friends of American Art

Box 15

Folder 21

Friendship Center

Box 15

Folder 22

Fuller, Love

Box 15

Folder 23

Gads Hill, Center Contribution

Box 15

Folder 24

Garfield Community Center

Box 15

Folder 25

General Education Board

Box 15

Folder 26

George Junior Republic Association

Box 15

Folder 27

Georgia State Industrial College

Box 15

Folder 28

German Student Cooperative Association

Box 15

Folder 29

Girl Scouts of America, Wisconsin Purchase

Box 15

Folder 30

Girl Scouts of Washington

Box 15

Folder 31

Glacier Park

Box 15

Folder 32

Glenn & Emerson Campaign

Box 16

Folder 1

Glenwood Manual Training School

Box 16

Folder 2

Goldberg, Samuel

Box 16

Folder 3

Gompers, Memoirs

Box 16

Folder 4

Good Government Fund

Box 16

Folder 5

Goodkind, B. L.

Box 16

Folder 6

Gootheil, Richard

Box 16

Folder 7

Gorgas Memorial, General

Box 16

Folder 8

Gottheil Medal

Box 16

Folder 9

Graduate School for Jewish Social Work I

Box 16

Folder 10

Graduate School for Jewish Social Work II

Box 16

Folder 11

Graduate School for Jewish Social Work III

Box 16

Folder 12

Grand Army of Republic

Box 16

Folder 13

Grand Central Art Galleries

Box 16

Folder 14

Grand Jury Investigations

Box 16

Folder 15

Graves, Mr.

Box 16

Folder 16

Grenfall Association

Box 16

Folder 17

Grinnell College

Box 16

Folder 18

Grotius Memorial Fund

Box 16

Folder 19

Guard, Samuel R.

Box 16

Folder 20

Guggisberg, Gordon, Luncheon

Box 16

Folder 21

Guild of Former Pipe Organ Pumpers

Box 16

Folder 22

Habima Players

Box 16

Folder 23

Hadfield, Edward

Box 16

Folder 24

Hammerslough, Julius

Box 17

Folder 1

Hampton Institute, Scholarship Fund

Box 17

Folder 2

Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute

Box 17

Folder 3

Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund, List of Contributors

Box 17

Folder 4

Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Reports

Box 17

Folder 5-6

Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund

Box 17

Folder 7-8

Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund, General I and II

Box 17

Folder 9

Hardinbrook, William

Box 17

Folder 10

Harlan (Judge) Fund I

Box 17

Folder 11

Harmon Award

Box 17

Folder 12

Harper’s Weekly

Box 17

Folder 13

Harrison, C. H.

Box 17

Folder 14

Hart, Julian

Box 17

Folder 15

Hartsuff, Albert

Box 17

Folder 16

Harvard Business Associates

Box 17

Folder 17

Harvard University

Box 17

Folder 18

Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum

Box 17

Folder 19

Harvard University, Frankfurter Fellowship

Box 17

Folder 20

Harvard University, Germanic Professorship

Box 17

Folder 21

Harvard University, Law School

Box 17

Folder 22

Harvard University, Law School Publication

Box 17

Folder 23

Hay - Logan

Box 17

Folder 24

Hayes, Ralph

Box 18

Folder 1

Hayes, Roland

Box 18

Folder 2

Hebrew Institute

Box 18

Folder 3

Hebrew Orphans’ Home in Atlanta

Box 18

Folder 4

Hebrew Secondary School

Box 18

Folder 5

Hebrew Sheltering & Immigrant Aid Society of America

Box 18

Folder 6

Hebrew Teachers’ College

Box 18

Folder 7

Hebrew Union College, I

Box 18

Folder 8

Hebrew Union College, Library

Box 18

Folder 9

Hebrew Union College, II

Box 18

Folder 10

Hebrew United Brotherhood

Box 18

Folder 11

Heidelberg University

Box 18

Folder 12

Hebrew University in Palestine

Box 18

Folder 13

Hibbard, Edith

Box 18

Folder 14

Higgins, Mrs. Lon

Box 18

Folder 15

Hillel Foundation

Box 18

Folder 16

Hindenburg Fund

Box 18

Folder 17

Hindman Settlement School

Box 18

Folder 18

Hirsch Agricultural School

Box 18

Folder 19

Hirsch, Emil G.,

Box 18

Folder 20

Hirsch, Emil G., Center

Box 18

Folder 21

Hirsch, Emil G., Harry J. (Col)

Box 18

Folder 22

Holbrook, Florence

Box 18

Folder 23

Home for Disabled Children

Box 18

Folder 24

Home for Jewish Friendless Working Girls

Box 18

Folder 25

Hoover, Herbert

Box 18

Folder 26

Hoover, Herbert, Campaign

Box 18

Folder 27

Hoover Republican Club

Box 18

Folder 28

Hoover, I. Hood

Box 18

Folder 29

Hopkins, John, University, Welch Memorial Library

Box 18

Folder 30

Hopkins, John, University, Wilmer Clinic

Box 18

Folder 31

Horner, Henry (Judge)

Box 19

Folder 1

Hourwich, Rebecca

Box 19

Folder 2

Howard University, General

Box 19

Folder 3-4

Howard University, Just, E. E., I

Box 19

Folder 5

Howard University, Just, E. E., II

Box 19

Folder 6

Howard University, Law School Library

Box 19

Folder 7

Howard University, Medical School, Endowment Fund

Box 19

Folder 8

Hoyne, Attack

Box 19

Folder 9

Hubbard, George W., Hospital

Box 19

Folder 10

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Applications, Lists of

Box 19

Folder 11

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Applications, I

Box 19

Folder 12

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Applications, II

Box 19

Folder 13

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Minutes of Meetings

Box 19

Folder 14

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Miscellaneous

Box 19

Folder 15

Hubert, Conrad Fund, Subject Data

Box 19

Folder 16

Hughes Campaign

Box 20

Folder 1

Hull House I

Box 20

Folder 2

Hull House II

Box 20

Folder 3

Hudson Guild Settlement

Box 20

Folder 4

Hyde Park Independent Voters Committee

Box 20

Folder 5

Hyde Park Protective Association

Box 20

Folder 6

Illinois Children’s Home, Aid Society

Box 20

Folder 7

Illinois College

Box 20

Folder 8

Illinois Humane Society

Box 20

Folder 9

Illinois Industrial School for Girls

Box 20

Folder 10

Illinois League for Women Voters

Box 20

Folder 11

Illinois Montessori Association

Box 20

Folder 12

Illinois Social Hygiene League

Box 20

Folder 13

Illinois Society (for) Metal Hygiene I

Box 20

Folder 14

Illinois Society (for) Metal Hygiene II

Box 20

Folder 15

Illinois Staats Herold

Box 20

Folder 16

Illinois, University of

Box 20

Folder 17

Illinois, Miscellaneous

Box 20

Folder 18

Immigrants Legal Aid Society

Box 20

Folder 19

Immigrants Protective League I

Box 20

Folder 20

Immigrants Protective League II

Box 21

Folder 1

Immigration

Box 21

Folder 2

Income Foundation

Box 21

Folder 3

Industrial Museum

Box 21

Folder 4

Indiana Dunes, State Park

Box 21

Folder 5

Industrial Settlement Home, Inc.

Box 21

Folder 6

Infant Welfare Society

Box 21

Folder 7

"Inquiry," The

Box 21

Folder 8

Institute Current World Affairs

Box 21

Folder 9

Institute of Government Research

Box 21

Folder 10

Institute for Juvenile Research

Box 21

Folder 11-12

Institute of Pacific Relations I

Box 21

Folder 13

Institute of Pacific Relations, II

Box 21

Folder 14

Institute of Pacific Relations, Kyoto Conference

Box 21

Folder 15

International Council, Religious Education

Box 21

Folder 16

International House (Chicago)

Box 21

Folder 17

International Journal of Ethics

Box 21

Folder 18

International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union, Genera

Box 21

Folder 19-20

International Migration Service I and II

Box 22

Folder 1

International Peace Forum

Box 22

Folder 2

International Physiological Society

Box 22

Folder 3

International School of Geneva

Box 22

Folder 4

International Students House

Box 22

Folder 5

Israelitische Gartenbauschule

Box 22

Folder 6

Italian Earthquake Fund

Box 22

Folder 7

Jaffa Gymnasium

Box 22

Folder 8

Japanese Relief Fund

Box 22

Folder 9

Jarecki, E. K. (Judge)

Box 22

Folder 10

Jeanes Fund

Box 22

Folder 11

Jewish Agricultural Aid Society

Box 22

Folder 12

Jewish Agricultural Experimental Station

Box 22

Folder 13

Jewish Agricultural Society

Box 22

Folder 14

Jewish Agricultural Station (Palestine)

Box 22

Folder 15

Jewish Association for Protection of Girls and Women

Box 22

Folder 16

Jewish Book Club

Box 22

Folder 17

Jewish Center Fund (Washington D. C.)

Box 22

Folder 18

Jewish Chautauqua Society

Box 22

Folder 19

Jewish Educational Center

Box 22

Folder 20

Jewish Historical Society

Box 22

Folder 21

Jewish Home Finding Society, Baltimore Survey

Box 22

Folder 22

Jewish Home Finding Society, Philadelphia situation

Box 22

Folder 23

Jewish Home Finding Society, Reports and Subject Data

Box 22

Folder 24

Jewish Home Finding Society, General

Box 23

Folder 1

Jewish Institute of Technology

Box 23

Folder 2

Jewish Publication Society

Box 23

Folder 3

Committee on Jewish Religious Radio Program

Box 23

Folder 4

Jewish Social Service Bureau

Box 23

Folder 5

Jews in Politics

Box 23

Folder 6

Jones, Jenkin Lloyd

Box 23

Folder 7

Journal (of) Foreign Service

Box 23

Folder 8

Junior League, The

Box 23

Folder 9

Juvenile Court of Cook County

Box 23

Folder 10

Juvenile Protective Association

Box 23

Folder 11

Klaff, M. M.

Box 23

Folder 12

Knox College

Box 23

Folder 13

Kobe College

Box 23

Folder 14

Kohler, Max J.

Box 23

Folder 15

Kohlman, Morris

Box 23

Folder 16

Kohlsatt, H. H.

Box 23

Folder 17

LaFollette, Robert M.

Box 23

Folder 18

Lake County Law and Order League

Box 23

Folder 19

Landis Award

Box 23

Folder 20

Lasker, A. D.

Box 23

Folder 21

Latta, F. E.

Box 23

Folder 22

Laughlin Fund

Box 23

Folder 23

Lawson, Victor F.

Box 23

Folder 24

Lazaron, Morris S.

Box 23

Folder 25

League to Enforce Peace

Box 23

Folder 26

League for National Unity

Box 23

Folder 27

League of Nations, News

Box 23

Folder 28

League of Nations, Non-Partisan Association

Box 23

Folder 29

Legal Aid Society

Box 23

Folder 30

Legal Aid Bureau

Box 23

Folder 31

Legislative Voter’s League

Box 23

Folder 32

Levitan, Solomon

Box 23

Folder 33

Lewinsohn, S. A.

Box 23

Folder 34

Lexington Minute Men

Box 23

Folder 35

Library and Museum Extension

Box 24

Folder 1

Library of Congress

Box 24

Folder 2

Lincoln, Abraham Centre

Box 24

Folder 3

Lincoln, Abraham University

Box 24

Folder 4

Lincoln Centennial Association

Box 24

Folder 5

Lincoln College, Oxford

Box 24

Folder 6

Lincoln Memorial University

Box 24

Folder 7

Lincoln, School of Teachers College

Box 24

Folder 8

Lindsey, Ben B. (Judge)

Box 24

Folder 9

Little Theatre

Box 24

Folder 10

Louisiana, Summer Training School for Teachers

Box 24

Folder 11

Low, Minne

Box 24

Folder 12

Low, Seth, Memorial Fund

Box 24

Folder 13

Lowden, Frank O.

Box 24

Folder 14-15

Lunt, Cornelia

Box 24

Folder 16

Lynde Hospital

Box 24

Folder 17

McAndrew Trial Fund

Box 24

Folder 18

McCann, Edward

Box 24

Folder 19

McCormick, Alexander A.

Box 24

Folder 20

McCormick, Medill

Box 24

Folder 21

McCowen, School for Deaf

Box 24

Folder 22

McDougal, Robert

Box 24

Folder 23

McDowell, Mary

Box 24

Folder 24

McFarland, Charles

Box 24

Folder 25

Magill, Hugh S. Campaign, Miscellaneous

Box 24

Folder 26

Magill, Hugh S. Campaign, Contributions

Box 24

Folder 27

Magill, Hugh S. Campaign, Mailing Lists

Box 25

Folder 1

Magill, Hugh S. Campaign, Financial Data

Box 25

Folder 2

Magnus, Crime Investigation

Box 25

Folder 3

Maimonides Hospital

Box 25

Folder 4

Manassas Industrial School

Box 25

Folder 5

Manlius School

Box 25

Folder 6

Maxwell Street, Settlement Association

Box 25

Folder 7

Mayoralty Campaign

Box 25

Folder 8

McMillan Open Air School

Box 25

Folder 9

Meharry Medical College

Box 25

Folder 10

Menorah Association

Box 25

Folder 11

Merriam, Charles, Mayoralty Campaign

Box 25

Folder 12

Messer, Wilbur

Box 25

Folder 13

Michigan, University of, Jewish Student Congregation

Box 25

Folder 14

Michigan, University of, Menorah Prize

Box 25

Folder 15

Middleton, F. L.

Box 25

Folder 16

Midwest Council for Social Discussion

Box 25

Folder 17

Military Training Camp Association

Box 25

Folder 18

Miller, John S. Campaign

Box 25

Folder 19

Minute Men of Constitution

Box 25

Folder 20

Mission of Holy Cross

Box 25

Folder 21

Mississippi Valley, Historical Society

Box 25

Folder 22

Montefiore, Claude G.

Box 25

Folder 23

Montgomery Industrial School

Box 26

Folder 1

Montgomery Isaiah

Box 26

Folder 2

Mooney & Billings

Box 26

Folder 3

Mooseheart School

Box 26

Folder 4

Morris, Ira Nelson

Box 26

Folder 5

Morrow, Dwight (Ambassador)

Box 26

Folder 6

Morganthau, Henry

Box 26

Folder 7

Moseley School

Box 26

Folder 8

Movietone

Box 26

Folder 9

Municipal Voters’ League

Box 26

Folder 10

Munich University

Box 26

Folder 11

Museums

Box 26

Folder 12

Nachbin, Jac (Dr.)

Box 26

Folder 13

National Association for Advancement of Colored People

Box 26

Folder 14

National Association, Teachers, Colored Schools

Box 26

Folder 15

National Broadcasting Company

Box 26

Folder 16

National Budget Committee

Box 26

Folder 17

National Bureau Economic Research

Box 26

Folder 18

National Child Labor Committee

Box 26

Folder 19

National Civic Federation

Box 26

Folder 20

National Civil Service Reform League

Box 26

Folder 21

National Committee on American Japanese Relations

Box 26

Folder 22

National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor

Box 26

Folder 23

National Conference of Charities and Corrections

Box 26

Folder 24

National Conference of Jewish Charities

Box 26

Folder 25

National Conference of Jewish Social Services

Box 26

Folder 26

National Conference of Jews and Christians

Box 26

Folder 27

National Conference Outdoor Recreation

Box 26

Folder 28

National Conference of Social Work

Box 26

Folder 29

National Conference on State Parks

Box 26

Folder 30

National Consumers League

Box 26

Folder 31

National Council on Religion in Higher Education

Box 27

Folder 1

National Cyclopedia of American Biography

Box 27

Folder 2

National Farm School

Box 27

Folder 3

National Housing Association

Box 27

Folder 4

National Industrial Conference Board

Box 27

Folder 5

National Information Bureau

Box 27

Folder 6

National Institute of Public Administration

Box 27

Folder 7

National Institute of Social Science

Box 27

Folder 8

National Kindergarten College

Box 27

Folder 9-10

National Municipal League

Box 27

Folder 11

National Museum of Engineering and Industry

Box 27

Folder 12

National Negro Business League

Box 27

Folder 13

National Probation League

Box 27

Folder 14

National Republican Committee

Box 27

Folder 15

National Research Council

Box 27

Folder 16

National Research Fund

Box 27

Folder 17

National Tax Association

Box 27

Folder 18

National Urban League

Box 27

Folder 19

National Women’s Trade Union League of America

Box 28

Folder 1

National, Miscellaneous

Box 28

Folder 2

Naturalization Buttons

Box 28

Folder 3

Near East Colleges I

Box 28

Folder 4

Near East Colleges II

Box 28

Folder 5

Near East Relief

Box 28

Folder 6

Negro Child Welfare Study, General

Box 28

Folder 7

Negro Child Welfare Study, Georgia I

Box 28

Folder 8

Negro Child Welfare Study, Georgia II

Box 28

Folder 9

Negro Child Welfare Study, North Carolina

Box 28

Folder 10

Neighborhood House

Box 28

Folder 11

Neuman, Wight F.

Box 28

Folder 12

New Citizens’ Allegiance Celebration

Box 28

Folder 13

New Future Association

Box 28

Folder 14

New School, Social Research

Box 28

Folder 15

New York Peace Society

Box 28

Folder 16

New York University

Box 28

Folder 17

Noe, A. C.

Box 28

Folder 18

Northwestern Military and Naval Academy

Box 28

Folder 19

Northwestern University

Box 28

Folder 20

Northwestern University, Dental Clinic

Box 28

Folder 21

Northwestern University, Settlement

Box 28

Folder 22

Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Home & Hospital

Box 29

Folder 1

Oklahoma Indian Fund

Box 29

Folder 2

Olivet Institute

Box 29

Folder 3

Open Air Schools

Box 29

Folder 4

Opportunity

Box 29

Folder 5

Orthogenic School of Chicago

Box 29

Folder 6

Outing Association for Crippled Children

Box 29

Folder 7

Paderewski, Ignace

Box 29

Folder 8

Page, Walter Hines, School of International Relations

Box 29

Folder 9

Palestine

Box 29

Folder 10

Palestine, Emergency Fund

Box 29

Folder 11

Palestine, Emergency Fund, Contributions, Chicago received at New York

Box 29

Folder 12

Palestine, Emergency Fund, Contributions Received, Lists

Box 29

Folder 13

Palestine, Emergency Fund, J. R. ‘s Gift

Box 29

Folder 14

Palestinian Orange Project

Box 29

Folder 15

Palestinian War Fund, Payments

Box 29

Folder 16-17

Palestinian War Fund, Receipts

Box 29

Folder 18

Palestinian Wine and Almond Growers

Box 29

Folder 19

Palmer Memorial Institute

Box 30

Folder 1

Pan Americana

Box 30

Folder 2

Pan European Union

Box 30

Folder 3

Paramount Talkie

Box 30

Folder 4

Parker, Francis School

Box 30

Folder 5

Park Ridge School for Girls

Box 30

Folder 6

Parting of Ways Home

Box 30

Folder 7

Passavant Memorial Hospital

Box 30

Folder 8

Penn, Normal Industrial Agricultural School

Box 30

Folder 9

Pennsylvania, University of, General

Box 30

Folder 10

Pennsylvania, University of, Chair of Philanthropy

Box 30

Folder 11

Peoples Church of Chicago

Box 30

Folder 12

Peter Pan Statue

Box 30

Folder 13

Phelps-Stokes Fund

Box 30

Folder 14

Philadelphia Award

Box 30

Folder 15

Philanthropy

Box 30

Folder 16

Phillips, Wendell Settlement

Box 30

Folder 17

Phipps, Henry Institute

Box 30

Folder 18

Piney Woods School

Box 30

Folder 19

Pioneers of American Industrial, Dinner

Box 30

Folder 20

Playground, Green Street & Wabash Avenue

Box 30

Folder 21

Playground Association

Box 30

Folder 22

Playground, Dedication

Box 30

Folder 23

Playground & Recreation Association of America

Box 30

Folder 24

Poems (in honor of J. R.)

Box 30

Folder 25

Poland

Box 30

Folder 26

Policemen’s Widows’ Fund

Box 30

Folder 27

Policy, Philanthropic

Box 30

Folder 28

Pond, Allen Memorial

Box 30

Folder 29

Pond Recreation Association

Box 30

Folder 30

Porto Rico, Child Committee

Box 30

Folder 31

Prentiss (Mississippi) Normal & Industrial Institute

Box 31

Folder 1

Prejudice Against Jews

Box 31

Folder 2

Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago

Box 31

Folder 3

President’s Industrial Conference

Box 31

Folder 4

"Principles of Public Giving" by J. Rosenwald

Box 31

Folder 5

Proportional Representation League

Box 31

Folder 6

Provident Hospital (Baltimore)

Box 31

Folder 7

Provident Hospital (Chicago)

Box 31

Folder 8

Provident Hospital (Chicago) Children’s Clinic

Box 31

Folder 9

Provident Hospital (Chicago) Offer & Payments

Box 31

Folder 10

Provident Hospital (Chicago) Out-Patient Department (Payments)

Box 31

Folder 11

Raisa, Rosa, Concert Committee

Box 31

Folder 12

Reese, Michael Hospital (Stomach Study Grant)

Box 31

Folder 13

Reese, Michael Hospital, Nurses Home

Box 31

Folder 14

Reform Advocate

Box 31

Folder 15

Folder 1: Reich, Nathaniel

Box 31

Folder 16

Religious Education Association

Box 31

Folder 17

Religious Education Association, General

Box 31

Folder 18

Republican Campaign

Box 31

Folder 19

Republican National Committee, (Mr.) Rosenwald’s Contribution

Box 31

Folder 20

Republican National Committee, Contributions (Others)

Box 31

Folder 21

Republican National Committee

Box 31

Folder 22

Research Hospital, Diagnostic Clinic

Box 31

Folder 23-24

Reshevsky, Sammy I and II

Box 32

Folder 1

Reshevsky, Sammy III

Box 32

Folder 2

Reshevsky, Sammy IV

Box 32

Folder 3

Rest Cottage

Box 32

Folder 4

Rice, William G.

Box 32

Folder 5

Richberg, Donald R.

Box 32

Folder 6

Ridge Farm Preventorium

Box 32

Folder 7

Rochester, Dental Dispensary

Box 32

Folder 8

Rockefeller Foundation, General

Box 32

Folder 9

Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research

Box 32

Folder 10

Rockefeller, John D. (Jr. & Sr.)

Box 32

Folder 11

Roosevelt Memorial Association

Box 32

Folder 12

Rosanoff Endowment Fund

Box 32

Folder 13

Rosenthal, Lessing

Box 32

Folder 14

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, Anecdotes

Box 32

Folder 15

Rosenwald, Julius, Articles, Speeches, Interviews, etc.

Box 32

Folder 16

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, Charities, Philanthropies, Investments

Box 32

Folder 17

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, Clippings

Box 32

Folder 18

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, Cross Reference Record

Box 33

Folder 1

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, "Story of Fund", by Woodson, M. S.

Box 33

Folder 2

Rosenwald, Julius, Biography, Invitations & Programs

Box 33

Folder 3

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters B, F

Box 33

Folder 4

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters L

Box 33

Folder 5

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters M, N, & P

Box 33

Folder 6

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters R

Box 33

Folder 7

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters S, T, U, V

Box 33

Folder 8

Rosenwald, Julius, Letters W

Box 33

Folder 9

Rosenwald, Julius, Original Memos

Box 33

Folder 10-11

Rosenwald, Julius, Miscellaneous

Box 33

Folder 12

Rosenwald, Julius, Pioneers or American Industry, Dinner

Box 34

Folder 1

Rosenwald, Julius, Prize Essay Contest

Box 34

Folder 2

Rosenwald, Julius, Saturday Evening Post Articles, Comments

Box 34

Folder 3

Rosenwald, Julius, Schools

Box 34

Folder 4

Rosenwald, Julius, Sketches (Biographical)

Box 34

Folder 5-6

Rosenwald, Julius, Speeches I

Box 34

Folder 7-8

Rosenwald, Julius, Speeches II

Box 34

Folder 9-10

Rosenwald, Julius, War Activities

Box 35

Folder 1

Rotary Club Award

Box 35

Folder 2

Royal Institute of International Affairs

Box 35

Folder 3

Ruhr, Cities Fund

Box 35

Folder 4-5

Rushmore National Memorial Commission

Box 35

Folder 6

Rushmore National Memorial Commission, Reports, Etc.

Box 35

Folder 7

Rushmore National Memorial Commission, Souvenir Pens

Box 35

Folder 8

Russian Colonization, I

Box 35

Folder 9

Russian Colonization, II

Box 35

Folder 10

Russian Colonization, III

Box 35

Folder 11

Russian Colonization, Miscellaneous

Box 35

Folder 12

Russian Colonization, Industrial Project

Box 35

Folder 13-15

Russian Colonization, Reports

Box 36

Folder 1

Russian Colonization, Reports - Financial

Box 36

Folder 2

Russian Information Bureau

Box 36

Folder 3

Russian Refugees, Constantinople

Box 36

Folder 4

Russian Refugees in Germany

Box 36

Folder 5

Russian treaty, 1832

Box 36

Folder 6

Russian, Zemstovs & Towns Relief Committee

Box 36

Folder 7

Sacco-Vanzetti Case

Box 36

Folder 8

St. Lawrence University

Box 36

Folder 9

St. Luke’s Hospital (Chicago)

Box 36

Folder 10

St. Paul Normal & Industrial

Box 36

Folder 11

Salomon, Haym Memorial

Box 36

Folder 12

Salvation Army War Fund

Box 36

Folder 13

Sanitary District, Investigation

Box 36

Folder 14

Santa Barbara Museum (of) Natural History

Box 36

Folder 15

Schiff, Jacob, Corr.

Box 36

Folder 16

Scholarships, Medicine

Box 36

Folder 17

School Childrens Aid Society

Box 36

Folder 18-19

Schurz, Carl Memorial

Box 36

Folder 20

Schwartz, C. P. Campaign

Box 36

Folder 21

Science Extension

Box 36

Folder 22

Seattle Waterfront Situation

Box 36

Folder 23

Sears, Richard W., Correspondence between Julius Rosenwald and Richard Sears

Box 36

Folder 24

Senatorial Campaign

Box 37

Folder 1

Sinai Temple

Box 37

Folder 2

Slater, John F., Fund

Box 37

Folder 3

Smith, Amanda, Industrial Home

Box 37

Folder 4

Smith, Frank L. Study

Box 37

Folder 5

Smith, Frank L. Study, Book Distribution (General)

Box 37

Folder 6

Smith, Frank L. Study, Book Distribution (Acknowledgments)

Box 37

Folder 7

Smith-Towner Bill

Box 37

Folder 8

Smithsonian Institute

Box 37

Folder 9

Snow Hill Normal & Industrial Institute

Box 37

Folder 10

Social Science Research Council I

Box 37

Folder 11

Social Science Research Council II

Box 37

Folder 12

Social Workers’ Country Club I

Box 37

Folder 13

Social Workers’ Country Club II

Box 37

Folder 14

Social Workers’ Country Club, Minutes

Box 37

Folder 15

Social Workers’ Country Club, Correspondence

Box 37

Folder 16

Society of Medalists

Box 37

Folder 17

Sound Government League

Box 38

Folder 1

South Side Child Guidance Center

Box 38

Folder 2

Southern Women’s Educational Alliance

Box 38

Folder 3

Spalding, Jesse School

Box 38

Folder 4

Spargo, John

Box 38

Folder 5

Spelman College

Box 38

Folder 6

Spinozana Foundation

Box 38

Folder 7

Sprague, Albert A.

Box 38

Folder 8

Sprague, A. A., Campaign

Box 38

Folder 9

Spry, John School

Box 38

Folder 10

Standard Oil Project, Letters

Box 38

Folder 11

Stern, Nathaniel (Alderman)

Box 38

Folder 12

Stillman, Marshall, Movement

Box 38

Folder 13

Stock Protection, Congratulation Messages

Box 38

Folder 14

Stone Memorial

Box 38

Folder 15

Stony Wold Sanatorium

Box 38

Folder 16

Straight College

Box 38

Folder 17

Strauss, Nathan

Box 38

Folder 18

Student Friendship Fund

Box 38

Folder 19

Success Syndicate

Box 38

Folder 20

Sulgrave Institution

Box 38

Folder 21

Summer Play Schools (Chicago)

Box 38

Folder 22

Summer School (Bryn Mawr) for Women Workers in Industry

Box 38

Folder 23

Sunday, Billy

Box 38

Folder 24

Survey, (The) I

Box 38

Folder 25

Survey, General

Box 38

Folder 26

Survey, (The) II

Box 39

Folder 1

Survey, The, Reports

Box 39

Folder 2

Swanson, Judge

Box 39

Folder 3

Szold, Henrietta

Box 39

Folder 4

Taft, Lorado

Box 39

Folder 5

Taft, William H.

Box 39

Folder 6

Taft, William H. Club

Box 39

Folder 7

Talladega College

Box 39

Folder 8

Talmey, Max

Box 39

Folder 9

Talmudic Library

Box 39

Folder 10

Teapot Dome Oil Case

Box 39

Folder 11

Tel-Aviv

Box 39

Folder 12

Text Book Revolving Fund

Box 39

Folder 13

Thompson (Anti) Campaign

Box 39

Folder 14

Threefold Movement

Box 39

Folder 15

Tingle, Jediah

Box 39

Folder 16

Tinsley, Robert F.

Box 39

Folder 17

Tioga Road

Box 39

Folder 18

Todd, Mary, Letters

Box 39

Folder 19

Traction Ordinance Committee

Box 39

Folder 20

Tracy, Wlm. W.

Box 39

Folder 21

Tufts College

Box 39

Folder 22

Turkish Relief Fund

Box 39

Folder 23

Tusculum College

Box 39

Folder 24

Tuskegee Institute

Box 39

Folder 25

Union American Hebrew, Congregation

Box 39

Folder 26

Union of American Hebrew Congregation

Box 40

Folder 1

Union League Club, Chicago

Box 40

Folder 2

Union League Club, Committee on Race Relations

Box 40

Folder 3

United Americans

Box 40

Folder 4

United Charities (The), Minutes, Reports, etc.

Box 40

Folder 5

United Charities (The), Parmelee Coal Fund

Box 40

Folder 6

United Charities of Chicago

Box 40

Folder 7

United Charities, General

Box 40

Folder 8

United Drive for Four Million

Box 40

Folder 9

United States Commission on Industrial Relations

Box 40

Folder 10

United States Government

Box 40

Folder 11

United States Government, Interior, Department of

Box 40

Folder 12

United States Government, Labor, Department of

Box 40

Folder 13

United States School Garden Army

Box 40

Folder 14

Universal Citizens Training League

Box 40

Folder 15

Universal Religious Peace Conference

Box 40

Folder 16

University of Political Science

Box 40

Folder 17

University, Race Commission

Box 41

Folder 1

Utica, N. & I. Institute

Box 41

Folder 2

Vice Commission

Box 41

Folder 3

Vienna Relief

Box 41

Folder 4

Vienna Relief, Committee of Chicago

Box 41

Folder 5

Virginia Union University

Box 41

Folder 6

Visiting Nurses (Chicago)

Box 41

Folder 7

Visiting Nurses Service, Henry Street Settlement

Box 41

Folder 8

Visiting Nurses Association, Highland Park, Illinois

Box 41

Folder 9

Vocational Education

Box 41

Folder 10

Vocational Supervision League

Box 41

Folder 11

Voluntary Parenthood League

Box 41

Folder 12

Volunteers of America

Box 41

Folder 13

Von Miller’s Visit

Box 41

Folder 14

Voters’ Non-Partisan Association

Box 41

Folder 15

Walton, Izaak League

Box 41

Folder 16

War Memorial Committee

Box 41

Folder 17

Warren, Edward R.

Box 41

Folder 18

Wartburg, Hospice

Box 41

Folder 19

Washington, Martha, Home for Crippled Children

Box 41

Folder 20

Weil, A. Leo

Box 41

Folder 21

Welch, William Henry

Box 41

Folder 22

Welfare League

Box 42

Folder 1

Wellesley College

Box 42

Folder 2-3

West Side Charities Building

Box 42

Folder 4

Westendorf, Katherine

Box 42

Folder 5

Western Economic Society

Box 42

Folder 6

Western Society for Suppression of Vice

Box 42

Folder 7

Wheatley, Phyllis Association (Cleveland, Ohio)

Box 42

Folder 8

Wilcox, William G., Memorial

Box 42

Folder 9

Wilkomirski, Michel

Box 42

Folder 10

Willard, Daniel (Introduction)

Box 42

Folder 11

Wilson, Woodrow

Box 42

Folder 12

Wilson, Woodrow, Boy Scout Reservation Committee & Fund

Box 42

Folder 13

Wisconsin, University of

Box 42

Folder 14

Witter Defense Fund

Box 42

Folder 15

Wolf (Mrs. R.)

Box 42

Folder 16

Wolf, Simon, Book on Presidents I have Known

Box 42

Folder 17

Woman’s Symphony Orchestra

Box 42

Folder 18

Woman’s War Memorial Fund

Box 42

Folder 19

Women’s & Children’s Hospital

Box 42

Folder 20

Women’s Trade Union League

Box 42

Folder 21

Wood, Leonard Memorial

Box 42

Folder 22

Woodcraft League of America

Box 42

Folder 23

Work Alliance for International Friendship

Box 42

Folder 24

World War, Camp Upton (367th Infantry)

Box 42

Folder 25

World War, Letters from Soldiers

Box 42

Folder 26

World War, Letters of Commendation

Box 43

Folder 1

World War, Letters, Introduction, France

Box 43

Folder 2

World War, Letter to Parents Re: Boys in France

Box 43

Folder 3

World War, Miscellaneous

Box 43

Folder 4

World War, Mission to France (1918)

Box 43

Folder 5

World War, Thrift Gardening

Box 43

Folder 6

World War, Volunteer Services

Box 43

Folder 7-8

World War, War Industries Board

Box 43

Folder 9

Yenching University

Box 43

Folder 10

Yeshiva College

Box 43

Folder 11

Yiddish Scientific Institute

Box 43

Folder 12

Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), Atlanta, Georgia

Box 43

Folder 13

YMCA, Attitude Toward Colored Board

Box 43

Folder 14

YMCA, Baltimore, Maryland

Box 43

Folder 15

YMCA, Brooklyn, New York

Box 44

Folder 1

YMCA, Buffalo

Box 44

Folder 2

YMCA, Cairo, Egypt

Box 44

Folder 3

YMCA, Chicago, Expansion Plan

  • Folder4: YMCA, Chicago, Hyde Park Branch

Box 44

Folder 5

YMCA, Chicago, (Sears)

Box 44

Folder 6

YMCA, Chicago, Miscellaneous

Box 44

Folder 7

YMCA, Cincinnati, Ohio

Box 44

Folder 8

YMCA, Cleveland, Ohio

Box 44

Folder 9

YMCA, College

Box 44

Folder 10

YMCA, Columbus, Ohio

Box 44

Folder 11

YMCA, Constantinople

Box 44

Folder 12

YMCA, Dallas, Texas

Box 44

Folder 13

YMCA, Dayton, Ohio

Box 44

Folder 14

YMCA, Detroit

Box 44

Folder 15

YMCA, Emporia, Kansas

Box 44

Folder 16

YMCA, Estes Park, Colorado

Box 44

Folder 17

YMCA, Evanston, Illinois

Box 44

Folder 18

YMCA, Hotel

Box 44

Folder 19

YMCA, Indianapolis, Indiana

Box 44

Folder 20

YMCA, International Commission

Box 44

Folder 21

YMCA, Jacksonville, Florida

Box 44

Folder 22

YMCA, Jerusalem

Box 44

Folder 23

YMCA, Kansas City, Kansas

Box 44

Folder 24

YMCA, Kansas City, Missouri

Box 44

Folder 25

YMCA, Los Angeles, California

Box 44

Folder 26

YMCA, Miscellaneous

Box 44

Folder 27

YMCA, Montclair, New Jersey

Box 44

Folder 28

YMCA, Morristown, New Jersey

Box 44

Folder 29

YMCA, Nashville, Tennessee

Box 44

Folder 30

YMCA, New Orleans, Louisiana

Box 44

Folder 31

YMCA, New York

Box 44

Folder 32

YMCA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Box 44

Folder 33

YMCA, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Box 44

Folder 34

YMCA, Prisoners of War Camp

Box 44

Folder 35

YMCA, Reports on Progress of Colored YMCA’s Receiving Aid from J. R.

Box 45

Folder 1

YMCA, J. R. ‘s New Offer of Buildings for Colored YMCA’s

Box 45

Folder 2

YMCA, Russian Refugee Fund

Box 45

Folder 3

YMCA, St. Louis, Missouri

Box 45

Folder 4

YMCA, Salaries of Workers

Box 45

Folder 5

YMCA, Urbana, Illinois

Box 45

Folder 6

YMCA, War Work Fund

Box 45

Folder 7

YMCA, Washington, D. C.

Box 45

Folder 8

YMCA, Winston Salem, North Carolina

Box 45

Folder 9

Young Men’s Hebrew Association

Box 45

Folder 10

Young Men’s Jewish Association

Box 45

Folder 11

Young Men’s Jewish Charities Boys Camp Fund

Box 45

Folder 12

Young, Owen

Box 45

Folder 13

Young Peoples Civic Council

Box 45

Folder 14

Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), Atlanta, Georgia

Box 45

Folder 15

YWCA, Buffalo, New York

Box 45

Folder 16

YWCA, Chicago, Illinois

Box 45

Folder 17

YWCA, Highland Park

Box 45

Folder 18

YWCA, Indianapolis, Indiana

Box 45

Folder 19

YWCA, New York City

Box 45

Folder 20

Zangwill, Israel

Box 45

Folder 21

Zangwill, Israel Memorial Fund

Box 45

Folder 22

Zionist Organization of America

Series II: Notebooks

Subseries 1: Biographical Notebooks

Box 45

Folder 23

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 45

Folder 24

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 46

Folder 1

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 46

Folder 2

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 46

Folder 3

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 46

Folder 4

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 47

Folder 1

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 47

Folder 2

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Box 47

Folder 3

Biographical Notebook (looseleaf)

Subseries 2: Springfield Notebooks

Box 48

Folder 1

1856-58 (?1870 section)

Box 48

Folder 2

1859

Box 48

Folder 3

1860-69

Box 48

Folder 4

1870-76, Jewish history

Box 48

Folder 5

1877-86, Springfield history

Subseries 3: Chronological Notebooks

Box 48

Folder 6

1860-69

Box 48

Folder 7

1870-79

Box 48

Folder 8

1888-89

Box 48

Folder 9

1890-91

Box 48

Folder 10

1892-94

Box 48

Folder 11

1894-97

Box 48

Folder 12

1898-99

Box 48

Folder 13

1900-02

Box 48

Folder 14

1903-04

Box 49

Folder 1

1905-07

Box 49

Folder 2

1908-09

Box 49

Folder 3

Jan.-June 1910

Box 49

Folder 4

Aug.-Dec. 1910

Box 49

Folder 5

Jan.-April 1911

Box 49

Folder 6

May-June 1911

Box 49

Folder 7

July-Dec. 1911

Box 49

Folder 8

Jan.-April 1912

Box 49

Folder 9

May-July 1912

Box 49

Folder 10

Aug.-Dec. 1912

Box 49

Folder 11

1913

Box 49

Folder 12

Jan.-May 1914

Box 49

Folder 13

June-Dec. 1914

Box 49

Folder 14

Jan.-May 1915

Box 49

Folder 15

May-Dec. 1915

Box 50

Folder 1

1916

Box 50

Folder 2

Jan.-May 1917

Box 50

Folder 3

June-Dec. 1917

Box 50

Folder 4

Jan.-May 1918

Box 50

Folder 5

June-Dec. 1918

Box 50

Folder 6

1919

Box 50

Folder 7

1920

Box 50

Folder 8

1921

Box 50

Folder 9

1922

Box 50

Folder 10

1923

Box 50

Folder 11

Jan.-April 1924

Box 50

Folder 12

May-Dec. 1924

Box 50

Folder 13

Jan.-May 1925

Box 50

Folder 14

June-Dec. 1925

Box 50

Folder 15

Jan.-May 1926

Box 50

Folder 16

June-Dec. 1926

Box 51

Folder 1

1927

Box 51

Folder 2

1928

Box 51

Folder 3

Jan.-May 1929

Box 51

Folder 4

June-Dec. 1929

Box 51

Folder 5

1930

Box 51

Folder 6

1931

Box 51

Folder 7

1932

Subseries 4: Index and Digest Notebooks

Box 51

Folder 8

Aaronsohn, Aaron-American Jewish Congress

Box 51

Folder 9

American Jewish Relief Committee

Box 51

Folder 10

Anti Semitism-Atlanta University

Box 51

Folder 11

B

Box 51

Folder 12

Cambridge University, England-Child Welfare

Box 51

Folder 13

China-Crissey, Forrest

Box 52

Folder 1

D-E

Box 52

Folder 2

F-G

Box 52

Folder 3

H

Box 52

Folder 4

I-J

Box 52

Folder 5

K-M

Box 52

Folder 6

N-O

Box 52

Folder 7

P

Box 52

Folder 8

Q-S

Box 52

Folder 9

T-V

Box 52

Folder 10

W-Z

Subseries 5: Subject Index Notebooks

Box 52

Folder 11

Negroes A-C

Box 52

Folder 12

Negroes D-G

Box 53

Folder 1

Negroes Hampton Institute

Box 53

Folder 2

Negroes Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment fund 1924-

Box 53

Folder 3

Negroes, H-L

Box 53

Folder 4

Negroes, M

Box 53

Folder 5

Negroes, N

Box 53

Folder 6

Negroes, O-Z

Box 53

Folder 7

Negroes, Rural Schools

Box 53

Folder 8

Negroes, Schools, small, A-D

Box 53

Folder 9

Negroes, Schools, small, S-T

Box 53

Folder 10

Negroes, Schools, small, U-Z

Box 53

Folder 11

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1911-12

Box 53

Folder 12

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1913-14

Box 54

Folder 1

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1915

Box 54

Folder 2

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1916-17

Box 54

Folder 3

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1918-19

Box 54

Folder 4

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1920-22

Box 54

Folder 5

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1923-25

Box 54

Folder 6

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1926-27

Box 54

Folder 7

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1928-29

Box 54

Folder 8

Negroes, Tuskegee, 1930-31

Box 54

Folder 9

Negroes, YMCA, Chronological: 1910-30

Box 54

Folder 10

Negroes, YMCA, Alphabetical: Towns where YMCAs built

Box 54

Folder 11

Palestine, 1913-28

Box 54

Folder 12

Palestine, 1929-30, subheadings

Box 54

Folder 13

Politics, Skeleton, 1912

Box 55

Folder 1

Politics, 1913-25

Box 55

Folder 2

Politics, 1926-31

Box 55

Folder 3

Sears biography - skeleton, 1899

Box 55

Folder 4

Sears biography - skeleton, 1900-14

Box 55

Folder 5

Sears biography

Box 55

Folder 6

Sears Roebuck, 1893-1911

Box 55

Folder 7

Sears Roebuck, 1912-1936

Box 55

Folder 8

Sears Roebuck, A-C

Box 55

Folder 9

Sears Roebuck, D-K

Box 55

Folder 10

Sears Roebuck, L-M

Box 55

Folder 11

Sears Roebuck, N-Z

Box 55

Folder 12

University of Chicago, 1904-26

Series III: Addenda

Subseries 1: Julius Rosenwald Fund

Sub-subseries 1: Reports for the following meetings held by the Julius Rosenwald Fund

Box 56

Folder 1

Meeting of Members, May 11, 1929

Box 56

Folder 2

Meeting of Members, November 14, 1930

Box 56

Folder 3

Meeting of Members, November 7, 1931

Box 56

Folder 4

Meeting of the Executive Committee, June 13, 1928

Box 56

Folder 5

Meeting of the Executive Committee, May 15, 1929

Box 56

Folder 6

Meeting of the Executive Committee, June 25, 1929

Box 56

Folder 7

Meeting of the Executive Committee, July 12, 1929

Box 56

Folder 8

Meeting of the Executive Committee, September 18, 1929

Box 56

Folder 9

Meeting of the Executive Committee, October 30, 1929

Box 56

Folder 10

Meeting of the Executive Committee, December 10, 1929

Box 56

Folder 11

Meeting of the Executive Committee, February 12, 1930

Box 56

Folder 12

Meeting of the Executive Committee, March 24, 1930

Box 56

Folder 13

Meeting of the Executive Committee, May 28, 1930

Box 56

Folder 14

Meeting of the Executive Committee, July, 1930

Box 56

Folder 15

Meeting of the Executive Committee, September 24, 1930

Box 56

Folder 16

Meeting of the Executive Committee, December 12, 1930

Box 56

Folder 17

Meeting of the Executive Committee, January 2, 1931

Box 56

Folder 18

Meeting of the Executive Committee, February 18, 1931

Box 56

Folder 19

Meeting of the Executive Committee, March 20, 1931

Box 56

Folder 20

Meeting of the Executive Committee, June 25, 1931

Box 56

Folder 21

Meeting of the Executive Committee, September 21, 1931

Box 56

Folder 22

Report of the Comptroller for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1929

Box 56

Folder 23

Report of the Comptroller for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1930

Box 56

Folder 24

Report of the Comptroller for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1931

Box 57

Folder 1

Report for the Conference of the Trustees and Guests held on April 29, 1928

Box 57

Folder 2

Meeting of the Trustees, April 30, 1928

Box 57

Folder 3

Meeting of the Trustees, November 4, 1928

Box 57

Folder 4

Meeting of the Trustees, December 30, 1928

Box 57

Folder 5

Meeting of the Trustees, May 11, 1929

Box 57

Folder 6

Meeting of the Trustees, November 16, 1929

Box 57

Folder 7

Meeting of the Trustees, April 26, 1930

Box 57

Folder 8

Meeting of the Trustees, November 14, 1930

Box 57

Folder 9

Meeting of the Trustees, May 2, 1931

Box 57

Folder 10

Meeting of the Trustees, November 7, 1931

Box 57

Folder 11

Minutes of miscellaneous meetings held in 1928 and 1929. Bound

Box 58

Folder 1

Minutes of miscellaneous meetings held in 1930 and 1931. Bound

Sub-subseries 2: Internal reports submitted for the information of the Trustees, concerning the Fund’s activities

Box 58

Folder 2

"Comments regarding Julius Rosenwald Fund Policies"; a report dated May 24, 1928 consisting of some comments and some newspaper clippings

Box 58

Folder 3

Publicity pamphlet, consisting entirely of newspaper clippings, on the Julius Rosenwald Fund, dated June 15, 1928

Box 58

Folder 4

"Conspectus of Present and Future Activities of the Julius Rosenwald Fund", a report dated July 23, 1930

Box 58

Folder 5

"Conspectus of Present and Future Activities of the Julius Rosenwald Fund", a report dated October 31, 1930

Sub-subseries 3: Reports of suggestions submitted to the Trustees for consideration

Box 58

Folder 6

"Special Confidential memorandum on the kinds of things that should be supported by the foundations"; a general report dated July 23, 1930

Box 58

Folder 7

"Schools in Mexico"; a report by Edwin R. Embree, dated July 6, 1928

Box 58

Folder 8

"Summary and Recommendation of the Study of the Economic Status of the Negro"; a report by T. J. Woofter, Jr., dated June 1930

Box 58

Folder 9

"Some Observations on the Status of the Mental Sciences in the United States and Canada"; a report to the Trustees by Donald Slesinger, undated

Box 58

Folder 10

Pamphlet, compiled by the President of the Fund, Mr. Edwin Embree, for the Trustees in 1931, suggesting, with the help of newspaper clippings, certain plans such as the establishment of a Negro hospital in Harlem

Box 58

Folder 11

Rural Schoolhouse Construction Report, to July 1, 1927 issued by the Julius Rosenwald Fund

Box 58

Folder 12

"The Significance of Vocational Training in a State Program of Negro Education"; a report by H. E. Shinn, which was an address delivered before the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools, Jackson, Mississippi, August 1, 1929

Subseries 2: Correspondence; Miscellany

Box 59

Folder 1-2

Family correspondence, 1905-1912

Box 59

Folder 3-4

Family correspondence, 1913-1915

Box 59

Folder 5-6

Family correspondence, 1916-1930

Box 59

Folder 6

General correspondence, 1907-1914

Box 59A

Folder 1

General correspondence, 1915-1918

Box 59A

Folder 2-3

General correspondence, 1919-1921

Box 59A

Folder 4-5

General correspondence, 1922-1923

Box 59A

Folder 5-6

General correspondence, 1924

Box 59B

Folder 1

General correspondence, 1925-1930

Box 59B

Folder 2

General correspondence, undated

Box 60

Folder 1

Stock transactions; negotiations and documents of Newburg and Co.

Box 60

Folder 2

Julius Rosenwald Fund

Box 60

Folder 3

Biographical Material

Subseries 3: Correspondence; Tributes

Box 61

Folder 1

Tuskegee employee letters (letters of appreciation for gift), 1915 (bound volume)

Box 61

Folder 2

Correspondence and minutes of the Julius Rosenwald Fund, 1931-1933

Box 61

Folder 3

Copy of cartoon by Ralph Wilder, "Other Millionaires Please Note --This Form of Birthday Party is not Copyrighted," 1912

Box 61

Folder 4

Articles on the dedication of Rosenwald Hall, University of Chicago, 1915

Box 61

Folder 5

Miscellaneous articles and materials concerning Julius Rosenwald

Box 61

Folder 6

Rosenwald School Day Programs, 1932

Box 61

Folder 7

Memorials and tributes to Julius Rosenwald, 1932

Box 61

Folder 8-13

Newspaper clippings, mainly obituaries, 1932

Box 61

Folder 14

Julius Rosenwald family tree, poster, 1963 (housed separately)

Box 62

Folder 1

Tuskegee Institute, resolution honoring Julius Rosenwald, 1964

Box 62

Folder 2

American Judicature Society, Golden Anniversary Award honoring the late Julius Rosenwald, n.d., (plaque)

Box 63

Award, Julius Rosenwald, Laureate, Chicago Business Hall of Fame, 1983, Junior Achievement of Chicago

Series IV: Scrapbooks

1

1902-1958

  • Loose: "Julius Rosenwald, Envoy to the `Yanks,'" photograph, Bureau of War Photographs, undated
  • Loose: "Along the Color Line," The Crisis, August 1915, newspaper clipping
  • Loose: Booker T. Washington, "A Remarkable Triple Alliance: How A Jew is Helping the Negro Through the Y.M.C.A," article, undated
  • Loose: Brooklyn Y.M.C.A. Report of 1917, clipping
  • Loose: "The Rosenwald Fund Again," Lincoln Institute Worker, October 1917, clipping
  • Loose: C. N. Johnson, "A Brief History of Community Dental Service in Chicago," Chicago Dental Society Official Bulletin, January 11, 1924
  • Loose: Tuskegee Alumni Bulletin, June 1922, cover bearing quote by JR on occasion of Memorial Exercises for Booker T. Washington
  • Loose: Text of speech given by President William P. Sidley at the Fifty-Third
  • Loose: Anniversary Dinner of the Young Men's Christian Association of Chicago, May 18, 1911
  • Loose: "Who is the Julius Rosenwald of Your City?" American Jewish Relief Committee, undated
  • Pasted in: Universal Jewish Encyclopaedia, "Julius Rosenwald," by Nathan Ricardo
  • Pasted in: American Jewish Archives, letter describing creation and deposit of microfilms of the Julius Rosenwald Scrapbooks in the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 18, 1958
  • Pages 1-14b: Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.), newspaper clippings, correspondence, and memorabilia, 1908-1923
  • Pages 15-18: Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.), Sears-Roebuck Department Building, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, 1912-1913
  • Pages 19-28: Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.), men's hotel, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, 1911-1912
  • Page 29: Religious Education Association, newspaper clippings, 1911-1912
  • Page 29: Religious Education Association, Vienna relief fund, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Page 30: Russian relief, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Pages 31-33: German relief, newspaper clippings, 1923-1924
  • Page 34: Chicago Woman's Club, newspaper clippings, 1915-1916
  • Page 35: Japanese relief, newspaper clippings, 1923
  • Page 36: Parting of the Ways Home, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Pages 37-39: Theodore Parker anniversaries, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, 1910
  • Pages 40-41: American Missionary Association, newspaper clippings and memorabilia, 1911
  • Pages 40-41: City Ordinance pamphlets, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 42: National Mouth Hygiene Association, newspaper clipping, 1912
  • Page 42: American Hospital Memorial Building, donor list, 1921-1925
  • Page 43: Hull House, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Page 43: Hull House, Jane Addams correspondence, 1902 and 1910
  • Page 44: Hull House, Jane Addams correspondence, 1910 and 1912
  • Page 44: Hull House, Allen B. Pond correspondence, 1912
  • Page 45: Hull House, newspaper clipping, 1912
  • Page 46: School of Industrial Arts, plans, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 47: Illinois commission on uniform marriage and divorce laws, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Page 48: Colonies for epileptics, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Pages 49-61: Dental dispensaries, newspaper clippings, reports, memorabilia, 1912-1926
  • Page 62: Nyack Movement, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Pages 63-64: Abraham Lincoln Center, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Pages 63-64: Abraham Lincoln Center, Jenkin Lloyd George correspondence, December 1, 1910
  • Pages 63-64: Outing Association for Crippled Children, annual report, 1913
  • Pages 65-69: American Academy of Political Social Sciences, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, programs, 1912
  • Pages 70-73: Social Workers Country Club, newspaper clippings, photographs, programs, memorabilia, 1911-1914
  • Pages 74-75: Policeman Charles Jones Fund, 1912
  • Pages 76: Policeman John Rowe Fund, correspondence, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Pages 77-85: Scientific Farming, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Pages 86-89: United Charities of Chicago, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1912-1913
  • Pages 90-91: Associated Jewish Charities (Jewish Social Service Federation), newspaper clippings, 1915-1916
  • Pages 92-94: Bundle Day, newspaper clippings, photograph, 1915
  • Pages 95-97: Eastland Fund, newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Pages 95-97: Dunes Fund, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Pages 98-101: University of Chicago, newspaper clippings, invitation, alumni magazines, 1912-1914
  • Pages 98-101: University of Chicago, Rosenwald Prize for Oratory, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Page 102: University of Michigan, newspaper clippings, 1913-1918
  • Page 102: University of Michigan, Menorah Society Essay Prize, newspaper clippings, 1912-1916
  • Page 103: University of Wisconsin, Menorah Society Essay Prize, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912-1917
  • Page104: American College of Surgeons, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 105-108: "Begging letters," 1910-1911
  • Pages 109-112: Private philanthropies, correspondence, newspaper clipping, 1910-1912
  • Pages 113-115: Birth of a Race Corporation, newspaper clippings, 1918
2

1909-1924

  • Pages 1-3: Chicago Vice Commission, correspondence, list of other members, newspaper clippings, 1910-1914
  • Pages 4-13: Vice Committee of Fifteen, newspaper clippings, programs, annual reports, 1912-1924
  • Page 13: Vice Committee of Fifteen, red light vote, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Pages 14-17: Chicago Citizenship Congress, newspaper clipping, platform, 1924
  • Pages 18-21: Chicago Plan Committee, newspaper clippings, program, memorabilia, 1909-1919
  • Page 22: Chicago Association of Commerce, Tariff Board event, newspaper clipping, invitation, 1910-1914
  • Page 22: Chicago Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, academic and industrial exercises, program, February 20, 1913
  • Page 23: Cleveland garbage system, newspaper clipping, 1909
  • Page 23: County Hospital, newspaper clipping, 1910
  • Page 23: Salary grab, newspaper clipping, 1911
  • Pages 24-25: China Relief Fund, newspaper clippings, 1912-1921
  • Pages 24-25: Literary Digest Child-Feeding Fund, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Pages 26-29: Citizen's Milk Committee, newspaper clippings, 1910-1912
  • Pages 26-29: Chicago Babies Free Milk Fund, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 30-32: John G. Owens, county judge, reports, 1911
  • Pages 33-34: Vote machine investigation, newspaper clippings, 1912-1920
  • Pages 35-36: American Vigilance Association, white slavery, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Pages 35-36: United Americans, newspaper clipping, 1921
  • Pages 37-45: Liberty Loan campaign, newspaper clippings, 1917-1919
  • Pages 46-50: Theodore Roosevelt memorial, newspaper clippings, 1919-1920
  • Page 51: Civic Federation of Chicago, newspaper clippings, 1912-1913
  • Pages 52-63: Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910-1919
  • Pages 64-65: Immigration Bill, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 64-65: Immigrant's Protective League, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912-1920
  • Pages 64-65: Literacy test, newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 66: Legal aid, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912-1913
  • Page 67: Universal Military Training, newspaper clippings, 1916-1918
  • Page 68: National Citizen's League, newspaper clippings, 1911-1913
  • Page 69: National Americanization Committee, a.k.a. Inter-Racial Council, newspaper clippings, 1917-1920
  • Pages 70-71: Art Institute of Chicago, certificate of membership, October 27, 1916
  • Pages 70-71: Art Institute of Chicago, Rosenwald Prize, newspaper clipping, 1922
  • Pages 70-71: Painters' and Sculptors' Gallery Association of America, art patronage by business men, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Pages 72-73: Chicago Terminal Plan, newspaper clippings, 1913-1914
  • Pages 74-81: American Red Cross, correspondence, financial statement, newspaper clippings, 1909-1920
  • Pages 82-84: Chicago Peace Society, certificate of life membership, program, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1909-1914
  • Page 85: National Charities and Corrections, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910-1921
  • Pages 86-88: Chicago Mayoralty, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, 1910-1915
  • Page 89: American Prison Association, certificate of authority to convene convention, Baltimore, November 9-14, 1912
  • Pages 90-92: Deep Waterway Association, correspondence, newspaper clipping, 1911-1912
  • Pages 90-92: Deep Waterway Association, certificate of authority to convene convention, St. Louis, November 25-26, 1910
  • Pages 90-92: Deep Waterway Association, certificate of authority to convene convention, Chicago, October 12-14, 1911
  • Page 93: Industrial Relations, newspaper clippings, 1914-1915
  • Page 94: Industrial Relations Commission, newspaper clippings, 1914-1915
  • Pages 95-96: Industrial Relations Commission, unemployment, newspaper clippings, 1914-1915
  • Pages 97-101: Taft cabinet appointment, speculation whether JR might replace Charles Nagel as Secretary of Labor and Commerce if Nagel appointed to the Supreme Court, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1912
  • Page 102: Harding cabinet appointment, media suggestion of JR as suitable Postmaster General, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Page 103: National Civic Federation, correspondence, 1912
  • Page 104: Chicago Crime Commission, newspaper clippings, circa 1915-1916
  • Page 104: Mayor Thompson, newspaper clippings, circa 1915-1916
  • Page 104: West side post office campaign, newspaper clippings, circa 1915-1916
  • Page 104: Garment workers' strike, newspaper clippings, circa 1915-1916
  • Page 104: Widows' tag day, newspaper clippings, circa 1915-1916
  • Pages 105-107: University of Chicago, Board of Trustees, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912
3

1910-1926

  • Pages 1-4 Charles Merriam, mayoral campaign (Chicago), correspondence, 1911
  • Pages 1-4 Charles Merriam, Jane Addams correspondence, 1911
  • Page 5: Oscar S. Straus, gubernatorial campaign (New York), newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 6-9: Alexander A. McCormick, presidential campaign (Cook County Board), newspaper clippings, campaign flyers, 1912
  • Page 10 McDill McCormick, senatorial campaign (US), newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Page 11: Robert M. Sweitzer, Cook County Clerk campaign, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 12-13: Presidential campaign (US), speculation concerning business men candidates, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Page 14: William M. Butler, chairman of national Republican committee, picks advisory committee, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Page 15: Harry Olson, mayoral campaign (Chicago), newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 16: Robert M. Sweitzer, mayoral campaign (Chicago), newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 17: New York mayoral campaign, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 18-19: Charles E. Hughes, Business Men's League parade promoting former New York Governor Hughes as candidate for U.S. president, 1916
  • Pages 20-21: Women's suffrage, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 22-27: President William H. Taft's visit, programs, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Pages 28-29: Taft Club of Chicago, newspaper clippings, programs, memorabilia, 1912
  • Pages 30-32: Taft re-election campaign, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1912
  • Pages 33-36: White House visit, correspondence, 1912
  • Pages 37-41: Republican National Convention, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, 1912
  • Pages 37-41: Republican National Convention, Jane Addams correspondence, July 31, 1912 (page 39)
  • Pages 42-43: Republican National Convention, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, 1916
  • Page 44: Republican National Convention, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 45: Herbert Hoover, presidential campaign, Mrs. Rosenwald's activities, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Pages 46-47: Herbert Hoover, presidential campaign clubs, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Pages 48-51: Calvin Coolidge inauguration, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, 1925
  • Page 52: Hylan administration, New York, 1925
  • Pages 53-55: David Lloyd-George's visit, newspaper clippings, programs, 1923
  • Pages 56-60: Cardinal Mercier's visit, newspaper clippings, programs, 1919
  • Page 61: Federal Reserve Board, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1914
  • Pages 62-63: Colonel Frank L. Smith, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1926
  • Page 64: Army Library, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 65: Jewish Charitable Fund, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 66-67: D. C. Vandercook, "The Newer Business Morality,"
  • Pages 68-69: Springfield, Illinois, famous citizens, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Pages 68-69: South Parkway Extension, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Pages 68-69: Samuel J. Straus, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 70: General Bell, Jr., retirement, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 70: State remapping fight, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 70: Walter S. Gifford, new head of American Telephone and Telegraph, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Page 71: Newton D. Baker, gift, newspaper clipping, 1924
  • Page 71: Albert R. Brunker, elected chairman of Recreation Board, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 71: Mediterranean cruise, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 71: Wacker Drive, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 72: Theodore Roosevelt, "A Burning Disgrace," 1926
  • Page 72: Smith, business men's luncheon, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Page 73: Miracle merchants, newspaper advertisement, 1923
  • Page 74: George E. Cole, tribute, newspaper clipping, 1924
  • Page 74: Redistricting campaign, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Pages 75-78: Police fund, newspaper clippings, 1918-1919
  • Pages 79-81: Policeman William A. Roberts fund, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Pages 82-83: Major John Purroy Mitchel, memorial fund, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 84-86: Parcel post, newspaper clippings, 1911-1919
  • Page 87: Postal Commission, correspondence, 1911
  • Pages 88-89: New Chicago Post Office, newspaper clippings, 1919-1925
  • Pages 90-91: Russian treaty, newspaper clippings, 1911-1912
  • Pages 92-93: Russian mission, newspaper clipping, memorabilia, 1917
  • Page 94: John Ericcson Day banquet, Swedish-American Republican League of Illinois, program, 1912
  • Page 95: Emperor of Japan birthday, memorabilia, 1910
  • Page 95: Japanese mission, newspaper clipping, memorabilia, 1917
  • Page 96: Guatemalan Commission, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 97: Guelzow murder, plea for commutation of death sentences, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 97: Northwester University School of Law, debate, correspondence, 1910
  • Page 98: Ella Flagg Young, memorial fund, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Page 99: Municipal Voters' League, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910 and 1919
  • Page 100: Aquarium for Chicago, newspaper clippings, 1916
  • Page 101: Dunes Park, newspaper clippings, 1916-1917
4

1905-1927

  • Pages 1-6: Commercial Club of Chicago, newspaper clippings, correspondence, memorabilia, 1909-1913
  • Page 7: Glenwood Manual Training School, tour of inspection, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Page 7: Lewis Institute reunion, toast list and newspaper clipping, May 23, 1914
  • Page 7: Onwentsia Club, golf score card, June 25, 1912
  • Page 7: Ruth Club, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Pages 8-11: Book and Play Club, programs, newspaper clippings, 1909-1913
  • Page 12: American Academy of Political and Social Science, certificate of life membership, December 9, 1912
  • Page 13: Field Museum of Natural History, certificate of life membership, August 12, 1912
  • Page 14: National Institute of Social Sciences, invitation to membership, October 24, 1912
  • Page 14: National Geographic Society, certificate of election to membership, October 23, 1905
  • Page 15: Illinois Athletic Club, certificate of membership, July 31, 1905
  • Page 16: Railway Business Association, memorabilia, 1909
  • Page 17: Anti-Cruelty Society, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Page 17: Chicago Bar Association, newspaper clipping and memorabilia, 1914
  • Page 17: Ribbon inscribed "N.C.C.C. May 8-15, 1914 Memphis, Tenn."
  • Pages 18-19: Union League Club of Chicago, correspondence, programs, memorabilia, 1909-1924
  • Page 20: Jane Addams Dinner, program, January 20, 1927
  • Page 20: Goethe Monument Association, dedication invitation, June 13, 1914
  • Pages 21-22: Orchestral Association, correspondence, 1914
  • Pages 21-22: Central Trust Company, correspondence, 1915
  • Page 23: Archaeological Institute of America, certificate of membership, December 15, 1914
  • Pages 24-28: Gridiron Club, programs, invitations, memorabilia, newspapers clippings, 1917-1919
  • Pages 29-30: Ravinia Club, newspaper clippings, 1912-1920
  • Page 31: Industrial Club of Chicago, program and place card, 1920
  • Pages 32-34: City Club of Chicago, bulletins, program, newspaper clipping, 1910-1924
5

1897-1926

  • Page 1: Twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenwald, newspaper notice, undated
  • Page 1: "Children of the Immigrant," JR as example, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Page 1: Correspondence, Rae Hamberger, undated
  • Page 1: Correspondence, Helen (Mrs. William H.) Taft, February 26, 1913
  • Page 2: Julius Rosenwald in uniform, photographic portrait
  • Pages 3-4: Judge Julius W. Mack, JR profiled with in American Magazine, October 1909
  • Pages 3-4: Permit to meet Mrs. Rosenwald arriving on steamer "Deutschland," 1910
  • Page 5: Julius Rosenwald's United States passport, June 21, 1909
  • Pages 6-7: Correspondence, Minnie F. Low, November 23, 1909
  • Pages 6-7: Correspondence, Henry Barrett Chamberlin, May 23, 1913
  • Pages 6-7: Correspondence, Jane Addams to Judge Julius W. Mack, , August 5, 1912
  • Pages 6-7: Correspondence, Judge Julius W. Mack to Jane Addams, August 8, 1912
  • Page 8: J. Ogden Armour, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Page 8: Chauncey J. Blair and JR return from abroad, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Page 8: Lord Sutherland, Strafford House, newspaper clipping, 1911
  • Page 8: President William H. Taft, dubbed "Peace Champion" in Britain, newspaper clipping, 1911
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, Edith Zangwill, June 8, 1911
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, S. Bevan, June 10 (no year)
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, Florence Montefiori, June 7 and 14 (no year)
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, C. R. McIver, June 15, 1911
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, Unidentified
  • Pages 9-11: Correspondence, I.(?) Zangwell, June 14, 1911
  • Pages 12-13: King George V and Mary of England, coronation, programs, memorabilia, 1911
  • Pages 14-15: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: mayoral election, influence of mother and wife on success, Gordon Bennett cup race, the scientific way in business, philanthropy, 1912-1915
  • Pages 14-15:Chronological index of organizations in which JR involved
  • Page 16: "Books that Shape Lives," newspaper clipping, 1912
  • Page 16: Moorhouse house on Greenwood, JR gives to his mother, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 17: Rev. D. G. Blair, Sermon on the Jewish Race, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Page 17: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: charity, richest men, 1912
  • Pages 18-19: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: philanthropy, thrift, 1912-1913
  • Page 20: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: historical Jesus, charities, Rosenwald for Governor, 1912-1913
  • Page 21: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: charity, sanitation, wealth, property, 1912-1913
  • Page 22: Town in Russia named in honor of JR, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Page 23: Charity donor list, newspaper clipping 1912
  • Page 24: Charity donor list, newspaper clipping 1913
  • Page 25: Charles R. Henderson, legislative bill, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Page 25: Chicago Lying-In Hospital, newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 26: Immigration, newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 26: Resident Woodrow Wilson's message to Berlin, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Page 26: American League to Limit Armaments, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Pages 27-28: Lusitania, sinking of, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Pages 27-28: Bureau of Public Efficiency, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Page 29: Kansas City Board of Public Welfare, article from Common Welfare, 1914
  • Page 30: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Citizens' Association, Christian businessmen, German relief, machine guns, compulsory military service, Henry Morganthau, Dr. Theodore B. Sachs, New York hotel, 1915-1916
  • Page 31: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: philanthropy, JR's mother, Mrs. R. on Palestine, 1915-1917
  • Pages 32-33: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: "Men Who are Making America" by B. C. Forbes, Paulist Choristers, man forges JR's signature, 1916-1917
  • Page 34: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: if JR and Gov. William Hale Thompson traded places, JR’s nephew Ernest A. Grunsfeld, Jr., 1912-1917
  • Page 35: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: luncheon interview, "Managers of Great Corporations on New Employee Policies," Council of National Defense, YMCA, death threats, 1916-1918
  • Page 36: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: war effort, American Jews, black troops, thrift, J. Ogden Armour, 1917-1918
  • Page 37: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, opics: Gold Coast homes robbed, Henry Ford and relations between Jews and blacks, thrift, German-Americans, retail vs. mail-order, 1918
  • Page 38: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: captains of industry, JR's home burgled, Council of National Defense, Wall Street men, richest men, children's relief, 1918-1919
  • Page 39: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "Chicago" by Jack Lait, 1918
  • Page 40: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Personal Interview Letter Series by Joe Mitchell Chappele, 1917
  • Pages 41-43: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: keys to success, wealth, Packey Schwartz, 1918
  • Page 44: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, great American men, 1922
  • Page 45 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Jewish war effort, JR and Mrs. R. in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Lessing Rosenwald, 1918
  • Page 46: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: success, William Wrigley, JR’s $1,000,000 life insurance policy, prospects for post-war industry, Daily News Almanac, 1918-1919
  • Page 47: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: philanthropy of the rich, W. S. Powers, Columbia Memorial Building, post-war prices, 1918-1919
  • Page 48: Marc Klaw and Abraham Erlanger, break-up of partnership, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Page 49: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: F. W. Woolworth, JR in Palm Beach, "Solid Six," post-war prices, League of Nations, 1919
  • Page 50: Charity donors list, newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Page 51: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: "How's Chicago Now" by Ben Hecht, Rosenwald Path in Glacier National Park, 1918
  • Pages 52-53: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: millionaires and their shoes, National Traveller magazine, success, 1919
  • Page 54: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Herman J. Blumson (fraudulent philanthropist), post-war prices, Jewish surnames containing names of trees and flowers, 1919
  • Page 55: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: thrift, segregation of Armour leather company, National Industrial Conference, Woodrow Wilson, National Municipal League, System magazine, Elks entertainment committee, 1919-1920
  • Page 56: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: segregation of Armour leather company, Navy American Legion Post, richest men, extravagance root of inflation, New Year's resolutions, Hungary seeks American millionaire king, 1920
  • Page 57: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: wages and production, Chicago population, Hyde Park Guildhall, Jewish philanthropy, JR disdains private art collecting, 1918-1919
  • Page 58: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, General Pershing, 1919
  • Page 59: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: business ethics, Society for Visual Education, Howard H. Gross funeral, opportunity, 1920-1921
  • Page 60: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Marcus Pollasky, social work professionalized, Fordney tariff bill, 1920-1921
  • Page 61: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: captains of industry, success, undated
  • Page 62: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Mrs. R.'s birthday, Mrs. R. and Cleopatra, JR injured in fall from horse, Mrs. Edith Salzberger (nee Rosenwald) opens children's clothing business, 1920
  • Pages 63-64: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "Spend like a king" motto wins JR $5.00 in Tribune contest, 1922
  • Page 64: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: JR says criticism of elected officials detrimental, new constitution, Lake Shore Country Club, Sears Chicago real estate, Morton D. Hull, 1922
  • Page 65: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Ilg Electric Ventilating Company, philanthropy, Blackfriars theater group, return from Bermuda, 1922-1923
  • Page 66: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: "America's Contemporary Business Success," in The Office Economist, January 1922, Jewish Publication Society, theater, billionaires, W. T. Fenton funeral, philanthropy, arrest of impersonator of JR's son, 1922
  • Page 67: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: philanthropy, office boy Wayne Pederson on JR, 1922
  • Pages 68-69: Lessing Rosenwald's Ravinia mansion, newspaper clipping, 1922
  • 68-69: Committee of Fifty to fight venereal diseases, 1923
  • Pages 70-71: "What 25 Notable Americans Were Doing 25 Years Ago," newspaper clipping, 1921
  • Page 72: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "Fact and Comment," editorial column in Forbes, January 21, 1922
  • Page 73: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "In Defense of Mr. Rosenwald," in East and West, May 19, 1922
  • Pages 74-75: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Clarence I. Freed, "Social Justice in Industry," in American Hebrew, February 2, 1923
  • Page 76: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Journal of the City Council of the City of Chicago, Unfinished Business, Department of Health, March 31, 1923
  • Page 76: Sulgrave Institution, membership card
  • Page 77: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: stock fraud, Bureau of Public Efficiency, Mississippi Safe River Board, success, 1922-1923
  • Page 78: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, editorial column in Forbes, undated
  • Page 79: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "Twelve Greatest American Men," New York Times, July 23, 1922
  • Page 80: Chicago Daily Tribune, September 16, 1897, engagement announcement of Sophie Rosenwald and Max Adler, Sears, Roebuck, and Company mail order house relocating from Minneapolis, silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenwald
  • Page 81: Chicago Daily Tribune, September 15, 1922, incident in life of Max Adler
  • Page 82: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, business men's wives, cars and society, Save the Redwoods League, 1923
  • Page 83: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, "Is Our Modern Pace A Killing One?" undated
  • Page 84: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: satirical poems, leading Jews
  • Page 85: Correspondence, Eleanor L. Henderson, April 23 (no year)
  • Page 85: Correspondence, John T. McCutchen(?), undated
  • Page 85: Correspondence, Helen S. L., undated
  • Page 86: Correspondence, Jenkin Lloyd Jones to Lessing Rosenwald, May 22, 1905
  • Page 87: William C. Gannett, "Death as a Friend," poem
  • Page 88: Correspondence, H.(?) Schweitzer, December 6, 1911
  • Page 88: Correspondence, Joseph Hartmann, January 6, 1910
  • Page 89: Correspondence, Lewis L. McArthur, January 26, 1912
  • Page 89: Correspondence, Straus, January 30, 1912
  • Page 89: Correspondence, Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler, February 24, 1912
  • Page 90: Correspondence, Calumet Council National Union, March 25, 1912
  • Page 90: Correspondence, Maurice L. Goodkind, May 24, 1912
  • Page 91: Correspondence, illegible, April 1, 1912
  • Page 92: Correspondence, illegible, undated
  • Page 93: Correspondence, E. Scott, May 28, 1912
  • Page 93: Correspondence, Joseph Price, February 2, 1913
  • Pages 94-95: Correspondence, Edward B. Butler, June 6, 1912, with enclosure: transcript of sermon by Frank W. Gunsaulus
  • Pages 94-95: Correspondence, Edward B. Butler, July 26, 1912
  • Pages 94-95: Correspondence, Rose G. Eisendrath, January 11, 1914
  • Pages 96-97: Correspondence, unsigned, January 2, 1912
  • Page 98: Correspondence, Woodrow Wilson, 1913
  • Page 98: Correspondence, Simon Wolf, April 29, 1913
  • Page 99: Correspondence, Woodrow Wilson, 1915
  • Page 100: Correspondence, Jacob Billikopf, June 2, 1914
  • Page 100: Correspondence, Selma Wiener, August 4, 1914
  • Page 100: Correspondence, John H.(?) Farwell(?), October 5, 1914
  • Page 101: Correspondence, E. Benjehuda, May 31, 1914
  • Page 102: Correspondence, Theodore Roosevelt to Richard A. Loeb, May 8, 1916
  • Page 102: Correspondence, the White House, 1913-1914
  • Page 103: Correspondence, William H. Taft, December 26, 1921
  • Page 103: Correspondence, JR to Mrs. R., December 6, (no year)
  • Page 104: Correspondence, J. C. Napier, with enclosure: $1.00 silver certificate, December 8, 1915
  • Page 104: Correspondence, J. C. Napier, December 18, 1915
  • Page 105: Correspondence, Mrs. William H. Baldwin, Jr., August 20, 1912
  • Page 105: Correspondence, Julie Rosenwald, August 4, 1912
  • Page 106: Correspondence, Franklin K. Lane, August 21, 1914
  • Page 106: Correspondence, Franklin K. Lane, August 19, 1914
  • Page 107: Correspondence, William H. Taft, December 26, 1921
  • Page 108: Correspondence, Charles E. Hughes, February 22, 1921
  • Page 108: Correspondence, Woodrow, Wilson, July 29, 1918
  • Page 109: Correspondence, Lord Northcliff, October 10, 1917
  • Page 109: Correspondence, Mrs. R., Sr., May 1, 1913
  • Page 109: Correspondence, A. H. Loeb, May 2, 1913
  • Page 110: Correspondence, Harriet Welles(?), undated
  • Page 110: Correspondence, Captain D. David Albala, November 24, 1917
  • Page 110: Correspondence, L. Archenhold(?), August 13, 1912
  • Page 111: Correspondence, Mrs. R., Sr., July 1912
  • Page 111: Correspondence, Mrs. R., Sr., undated
  • Page 111: Correspondence, Alfred C. Meyer, undated
  • Page 111: Correspondence, Ella, undated
  • Page 112: Correspondence, Frederick Starr, September 17, 1915
  • Page 113: Correspondence, Daniel E. Howard, October 4, 1915
  • Page 113: Correspondence, Mrs. R., Sr., July 1912
  • Page 113: Correspondence, Mrs. R., Sr., July 1912
  • Page 115: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Chicago's richest men, "best citizens" and prohibition, Harry Wine arrested after threatening JR, 1923-1925
  • Page 116: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topic: Rev. C. T. Brady attacks JR, "best citizens" and prohibition, JR's return from European holiday, 1913-1925
  • Page 117: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: philanthropy, Charles Dawes, 1925
  • Page 117: Conference on the Limitation of Armament, memorabilia, undated
  • Page 118: Visit of Gen. Armando V. Diaz, program, 1921
  • Page 118: Mrs. Rosenwald's birthday, 1919
  • Pages 119-121: The Rosenwalds at home, newspaper clippings, 1923-1926
  • Pages 119-121: Lessing Rosenwald enlists in navy, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 119-121: European Jewish aid, JR and Felix Warburg pledge, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 122: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: JR's departure for and return from European holiday, success, 1924-1925
  • Page 123: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, sculptor Bashka Paeff, 1919
  • Pages 124-125: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, billiards, 1923
  • Pages 124-125: American Academy of Political and Social Science, program, memorabilia, 1912
  • Page 126: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics, engagement of Hilda Grunsfeld, Mrs. R. on Palestine, Hadassah raises money for hospital in Palestine, National Women's Party, Jewish women's clubs, Congressional Union, benefit concert by Albert Spalding, movie censorship, American Jewish Congress, public lectures on birth control, Woman's City Club, Public School Art Society, 1917
  • Page 127: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Eva C. Durbin, Harrison B. Riley, benefit theater performance, Woman's City Club, Lessing J. Rosenwald, Civic Music Association, liberty loan, war relief fund navy ball, forger of JR's name arrested, North Shore Music Festival, 1917
  • Page 128: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: benefit event for House of Good Shepherd, Woman's Organization of the American Jewish Congress, benefit concert for Navy League and Belgian war fund, Lincoln Institute, Ernest H. Shackleton, North Shore Music Festival, Woman's City Club, Chicago Music Festival, Civic Music Association, Gimbel Get-Together Club, Dorothy Stonehill (JR's niece) engaged to Roy Weil, Mercantile Club dinner, art collector impersonator, society news briefs, revenue bill, Mrs. Julius Rosenwald art prize, impersonator of JR's son arrested in New York, Blackfriars theater group, Talmud Torah gifts, 1917
  • Page 129: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: reception committee for Russian ambassador, opera, record of Jewish men and women serving in the armed forces, Ravinia Club, reception committee for Belgian war commission, liberty loan, Mrs. Julius Rosenwald art prize, Theodore Thomas, success, 1917
  • Page 130: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Great Lakes Wool Convention, impersonator of JR's son arrested, symphony orchestra, Business Women of America national convention, Woman's Organization of the American Jewish Congress, Theodore Roosevelt "Children of the Crucible" address, liberty loan, Art Institute, Council of National Defense, 1917
  • Page 131: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Chicago Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Julius Rosenwald art prize, Civic Music Association, JR as employer, Regina Watson Studio, symphony orchestra, Woman's City Club, opera, Ravinia, conscription registration, 1917
  • Page 132: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Lyman Abbott, "The Dissolution of Dogma," food control bill and partisanship, funeral flowers, military base hospitals, 1917
  • Page 133: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Mrs. Julius Rosenwald art prize, C. R. Reinhardt swindles Mrs. R., Lessing Rosenwald enlists in navy, Illinois Congress of Mothers and Parent Teachers' Association, JR's car stolen five times, Mrs. R. files complaint against nude bathers, Mrs. R. receives blackmail threat, Illinois Finance Committee, society news briefs, 1917-1918
  • Page 134: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: opera, N.A.W.S.A. pledges, Gridiron Club, Ravinia Club advisory board, Junior League, holiday at White Sulphur Springs, Comiskey Park, August Franzen, Ravinia, 50th wedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. Simon Baruch, Chicago Alumni Club of Pi Beta Phi, Maccabean Dinner at Columbia University, Rosenwalds at Washington residence, 1917-1918
  • Page 135: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: women and the war effort, Ravinia Park, benefit performance at Auditorium Theater, nurseries for Negro children, Jewish Welfare Board, Camp Grant, Archbishop of York, 1918
  • Page 136: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Middle Europe, Ravinia Park, traction bill, women and the war effort, Archbishop of York, Woman's City Club, Jewish Welfare Board, Chicago Jewish Committee for Palestinian Welfare, 4901 Ellis remodeled, Ravinia Club, France Shop No. 4, 1918
  • Page 137: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Friends of Our Native Landscape (conservation group), campaign for devastated France, Geographic Society of Chicago, 1918
  • Page 138: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: Anna Howard Shaw, theater benefit for Russian children refugees, Civic Music Association, women and the war effort, Flonzaley quartet, Franklin D'Olier, Council of Jewish Women, Cornell Club, Blackfriars theater group, Lady Astor, Council of National Defense Woman's Committee, Mr. and Mrs. R. Visit Ellis A. Gimbel in Philadelphia, Boys' Brotherhood Republic, 1918-1920
  • Page 139: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: convention of social hygiene associations (Chicago Woman's Club, City Club of Chicago, PTA) on problem of "petting parties" and "snugglepuppying," National Council of Jewish Juniors, tariff bill, Cyrus H. K. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. R. sail for Bermuda, society news briefs, Eva Gautier, National Girl Scouts, jewels taboo to Mrs. R., Book and Play Club, Ravinia home, Flonzaley quartet, Jewish Committee for Palestinian Welfare, Civic Opera Association, poetry readings, 1921-1922
  • Page 140: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: U.S. valuation plan, maternity bill, Marie Curie, Flonzaley quartet, Pan-American Union, Mr. and Mrs. R. in Washington, Billy Sunday, camouflage carnival, 1918-1921
  • Page 141: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, Topics: National Girl Scouts, National Theater event, lace sale for Belgian war relief, women in government service, Frank A. Munsey, Gridiron Club, society news briefs, benefit carnival for war aid, benefit concert for Italian war relief, 1917-1920
  • Page 142: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings mentioning or about JR, society news briefs, 1918-1920
  • Page 142: Washington society events, memorabilia, 1920
  • Page 143: Major General Leonard Wood, dinner, program, 1919
  • Page 143: King of Belgium, conferral of honorary degree by George Washington University, invitation, 1919
  • Page 144: Egyptian telepathist, newspaper clippings, 1926
6

1909-1927

  • Page 1: General subject headings
  • Pages 2-17: Jewish Agricultural Colonization Project in South Russia, newspaper clippings, correspondence, fund drive flyers, 1925
  • Page 18: Rabbi Berkowitz, Jewish educational campaign, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 18: Jewish Charities, correspondence, memorabilia, newspaper clipping, 1910-1911
  • Page 19: Young Men's Hebrew Association, newspaper clippings, 1912-1913
  • Pages 20-22: American Jewish Congress, newspaper clippings, 1915-1919
  • Pages 23-30: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, newspaper clippings, 1912-1923
  • Pages 31-33: Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1909-1926
  • Pages 34-36: Sacramental wine, newspaper clippings, 1923
  • Pages 37-39: Jacob Schiff, death of, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Pages 40-41: Emil G. Hirsch, death of, newspaper clippings, 1923
  • Pages 42-43: Jewish Peoples' Institute, newspaper clipping, 1927
  • Pages 42-43: Jewish Peoples' Institute, Lawndale District Branch, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Page 44: Jewish Communal Societies, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Page 45: Jewish millionaires, newspaper clippings, 1918-1925
  • Page 46: Jewish New Year, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Page 47: Jewish Farmers' Community Home, South Haven, Michigan, resolution, newspaper clipping, 1921
  • Pages 48-50: National Conference of Jewish Charities, newspaper clippings, program, 1912-1917
  • Page 51: Builders of the Greater Chicago Jewish Community, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 52-53: Jewish Social Service Conventions, newspaper clippings, 1917-1921
  • Page 54: Synagogue and school extension, newspaper clipping, 1917
  • Page 54: Jacob Schiff, gifts, newspaper clippings, 1916-1917
  • Page 54: Woodbine Agricultural School, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 55-56: B'nai B'rith, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Page 57: B'rith Sholom Congregation, 50th anniversary, program, 1914
  • Pages 58-64: Bureau of Personal Service, correspondence, 1909-1912
  • Pages 65-71: Chicago Hebrew Institute, memorabilia, programs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1909-1917
  • Page 72: Emanuel Mandel Dispensary, newspaper clipping, correspondence, program, 1909-1910
  • Pages 73-74: Marks Nathan Home, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 73-74: Jewish Home Finding Society, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Pages 75-76: Maimonides Hospital, newspaper clippings, 1913-1917
  • Page 77: Generosity of the Jews, newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Page 77: Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 78: Jewish Welfare Board, certificate of recognition, 1920
  • Page 79: Atlanta Hebrew Orphan Home, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Page 80: Loyalty of the Jews in War and Peace, newspaper clippings, 1917-1918
  • Page 81: Russia grants Jews equality, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 81: Solomon Schechter, death of, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Page 82: Michael Reese Hospital, newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Page 82: Miscellaneous Jewish news, newspaper clippings, 1912-1918
  • Page 83: Jewish women, Mrs. Johanna Loeb, Mrs. Augusta Rosenwald (Mrs. R., Sr.), Mrs. Charles H. Schwab, newspaper clippings, undated
  • Page 84: Abraham Lincoln, "Son of a Nation" painting by I. Mortimer Block, newspaper clipping, 1922
  • Page 84: Immigration bill, Jews oppose quota restrictions, newspaper clippings, 1923
  • Page 85: Loyalty of Jews in war and peace, newspaper clippings, 1923-1925
  • Pages 86-88: Jews who have served America, newspaper clippings, 1923-1925
  • Pages 89-90: Louis Marshall, reception, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 91-92: Hebrew University at Jerusalem, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Pages 91-92: Zionism, editorial, undated
  • Page 93: Jewish Publication Society of America, newspaper clippings, 1917-1920
  • Page 93: Israel Zangwill, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 94-95: Loyalty of Jews in war and peace, newspaper clippings, 1918-1919
  • Pages 96-97: American Jewish Committee, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 96-97: Jewish patriotism, newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Pages 96-97: Russian and Polish pogroms, newspaper clippings, 1918-1919
  • Page 98: Jewish Theatrical Guild, newspaper clippings, 1920-1925
  • Page 98: Training school for Jewish social work, newspaper clippings, 1921-1925
  • Page 99: Mount Sinai Hospital, newspaper clippings, 1922
  • Pages 100-101: Farm colonization, newspaper clippings, 1911-1913
  • Page 102: National Farm School, sermon by Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf, 1911
  • Page 103: Utah Jewish colony, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 104-107: Federated Orthodox Jewish Charities, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, 1914-1919
  • Pages 108-109: Associated Jewish Charities of Chicago, correspondence, article in The Reform Advocate, 1915
  • Page 110: Indianapolis Club, newspaper clipping, 1914
  • Pages 111-112: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Golden Jubilee dinner, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 112-113: Union of American Hebrew Congregations, newspaper clippings, 1915-1920
  • Pages 112-113: Hebrew Union College, Kirschstein Collection, 1925
  • Pages 114-116: "Whom the people have chosen," (i.e., Americans who have fostered good will between Jews and Christians) Jewish Tribune, 1926
  • Pages 114-116: Religious liberty statue anniversary, Jewish Tribune, 1926
  • Pages 114-116: Loyalty of Jews in war and peace, journal clippings, undated
  • Page 117: "Ten men and women who are making current Jewish history," newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Page 118: Zionism, newspaper clipping, 1926
  • Pages 119-122: Chicago Sinai Temple, correspondence, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, program, floor plans, 1910-1912
  • Page 123: Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, newspaper clippings, 1916
  • Page 123: The Jewish people, newspaper clipping, 1921
  • Pages 124-125: Baltimore Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, newspaper clipping, 1910
  • Page 126: New York Federated Jewish Charities, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Pages 127-145: Brooklyn Federated Jewish Charities, newspaper clippings, programs, 1911-1917
  • Pages 146-175: Chicago Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs, minutes, 1909-1923
  • Pages 176-179: Jewish philanthropies, newspaper clippings, 1923-1925
  • Page 180: Boys' Brotherhood Republic, Sol Goodman, newspaper clippings, undated
  • Page 180: Inter-faith worship on University campuses, newspaper clipping, 1915
  • Page 180: American Red Cross, correspondence, 1915
  • Pages 181-183: Cleveland Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910
  • Pages 183-185: Kansas City Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910
  • Page 186: Louisville Federated Jewish Charities, newspaper clippings, 1910
  • Pages 187-190: Philadelphia Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 191: Los Angeles Federation Jewish Charities, correspondence, 1912
  • Page 191: Pittsburgh Federated Jewish Charities, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Pages 192-193: St. Louis Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, 1910
  • Pages 193-194: New Orleans Federated Jewish Charities, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 195-198: Jewish agricultural experiment station at Haifa, wild wheat, Aaron Aaronson, newspaper clippings, 1910-1913
  • Page 199: Jaffa School, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 200: "Zionism in Prophecy," newspaper clipping, undated
  • Pages 201-208: Zionism, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1914-1921
  • Page 208: Dr. N. Heller, newspaper clipping, date obscured
  • Page 209: Free synagogue anniversary, Rabbi Stephen Wise, Woodrow Wilson, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Page 210: B'nai B'rith, newspaper clippings, 1911
7

1909-1972

  • Page 1: Birthday greetings, 1913-1914
  • Page 1: Christmas greetings, 1909
  • Pages 2-3: Augusta Rosenwald, death of, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Page 4: Morris Rosenwald, death of, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Page 5: Leon L. Eisendrath, death of, memorial booklet, 1913
  • Page 6: Hannah L. Eisendrath, memorial booklet, 1913
  • Pages 7-9: Albert H. Loeb, death of, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Page 9: Wallace Heckman, death of, newspaper clippings, undated
  • Page 9: Henry Pratt Judson, death of, undated
  • Pages 10-13: Verses for special occasions, undated
  • Pages 13-35: Societies and clubs, special occasions, correspondence, invitations, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, programs, 1910-1917
  • Pages 36-55: Art items, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1910-1921
  • Pages 36-55:Bashka Paeff, newspaper clippings, 1919-1921
  • Page 56: Actors' Memorial Fund, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 57-60: The ship "Leviathan," newspaper clippings, 1923-1925
  • Page 61: Seven wonders of Chicago, newspaper clipping,
  • Page 62: Help reduce crime, proposition ballot, 1925
  • Page 63: Jesus and the Jew, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Pages 64-74: Chicago opera, newspaper clippings, programs, 1910-1922
  • Page 75: Lessing Rosenwald, marriage to Edith Goodkind, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Page 76: Florence Eisendrath (niece of JR), wedding, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 76-79: Adele Rosenwald, marriage to and divorce from Armand Deutsch, newspaper clippings, 1912-1927
  • Page 80: Edith Rosenwald, marriage to and divorce from Germon F. Sultzberger, newspaper clippings, 1913-1919
  • Page 80: Edith Rosenwald, marriage to Edgar Stern, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Page 81: Marion Rosenwald, marriage to A. K. Stern, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Page 82: Viola Cahn, marriage, newspaper clippings, undated
  • Page 83: Live stock exhibition, memorabilia, 1909
  • Pages 84-85: Melrose Park Tornado Relief Fund, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 86: Roger Sullivan, death of, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Pages 87-90: Chicago Housing Association, newspaper clippings, 1920-1972
  • Pages 87-90: Wilbur Messer, death of, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Page 91: Warren G. Harding, death of, newspaper clipping, memorabilia, undated
  • Page 92: American Merchant Marine sale, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 93: Herbert Hoover, Trade Plans Conference, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Pages 94-96: Herbert Hoover, European Children's Relief Campaign, newspaper clippings, invitation, 1920-1921
8

1911-1928

  • Pages 1-13: Chicago Morris Plan Bank, newspaper clippings, brochure, program, 1914-1917
  • Pages 14-15: Collier's Weekly, newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Pages 16-17: Chicago bond drive, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 18: Julius Rosenwald Library, Egypt, newspaper clippings, 1927-1928
  • Page 19: "Industry kept humming by chiefs past 50," newspaper clippings, 1927
  • Page 19: Negro medical students, newspaper clipping, 1927
  • Page 19: William Rosenwald, interview in Russia, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Pages 20-26: Jewish war relief, American Jewish Committee, newspaper clippings, 1911-1917
  • Pages 27-33: Jewish war relief, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 27-33: Capitalistic patriotism, newspaper clipping, 1917
  • Pages 34-39: Jewish war relief, letters of appreciation, correspondence, programs, 1917
  • Pages 40-171: Jewish war relief, newspaper clippings, correspondence, flyers, donor lists, photograph, programs, 1912-1921
  • Pages 48-49: Jewish war relief, Associated Jewish Charities of Chicago, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 81: Jewish war relief, philanthropy and patriotism, newspaper clippings, 1917-1918
  • Pages 84-87: Jewish war relief, Gold Cup award, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 172-180: Henry Ford, attack on the Jews, Protocols of the Elders of Zion, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 181: Israel Zangwill, newspaper clippings, 1919-1926
9

1915-1926

  • Pages 1-15: JR's trip to France, as Y.M.C.A. secretary, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1918
  • Pages 1-15: JR's trip to France, illness after return home, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 9-10: JR's trip to France, represents Jewish Welfare Board, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 16-17: JR with American soldiers, photographs, 1918
  • Pages 18-42: President Woodrow Wilson's Second Industrial Conference, newspaper clippings, preliminary statement of conference, report, photograph, 1919-1920
  • Page 29: National Academy of Sciences, building dedication, invitation, 1924
  • Pages 43-50: Farm relief bill, JR's visit to White House, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Pages 51-53: JR investigates unemployment situation in Vienna, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Page 54: C. R. Henderson, "How Chicago Met the Unemployment Problem of 1915," American Journal of Sociology, 20/6 (1915), reprint
  • Pages 55-57: Price slashing and trade revival, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 58: National Research Council and National Academy of Sciences, newspaper clippings, 1920
  • Page 58: National Municipal League, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Page 59: Frank W. Gunsaulus, death of, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Page 60: JR's defense of Negro soldiers causes trouble, newspaper clippings, 1922-1926
10

1916-1920

  • Pages 1-173: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, industrial mobilization, war supply purchases, newspaper clippings, snapshots, invitations, correspondence, 1916-
  • Page 11: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Agricultural Mobilization Convention, National Agricultural Society, dinner program, 1917
  • Page 11: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Major-General Bridges, dinner in honor of, invitation, 1917
  • Page 11: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Prince Ferdinand Savoy, dinner in honor of, invitation, undated
  • Page 11: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Baron Ludovic Moncheur, dinner in honor of, invitation, undated
  • Page 12: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Woodrow Wilson, dinner in honor of, guest list and invitation, 1917
  • Page 13: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, French Commission, dinner in honor of, invitation, 1917
  • Page 14: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Hon. Arthur J. Balfour, dinner in honor of, invitation, undated
  • Page 14: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Vice-Admiral Cocheprat, dinner in honor of, invitation, undated
  • Pages 28-29: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Monsieur Viviani and Marshall Joffre, dinner in honor of, invitation, 1917
  • Pages 30-38: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, JR's visit to Washington, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 37: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, correspondence, JR to Charles Eisenman, February 19, 1917
  • Page 38: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Council invites Italian mission, newspaper clipping, 1917
  • Page 38: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Council mobilizing nation's resources, newspaper clipping, 1917
  • Page 38: Tuskegee Institute, correspondence, 1917
  • Pages 48-51: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, business chiefs, captains of industry, big men, etc., in war effort, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 52-53: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, JR saves U.S. $3,000,000 on army shoes, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 68: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, correspondence, JR to Woodrow Wilson, 1917
  • Page 129: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, Baker fights plan for munitions head, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Page 159: Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, British Labor Mission, dinner in honor of, guest list and program, 1918
  • Page 169: Chicagoans to help solve Indian question, newspaper clipping, 1925
  • Pages 175-177: Soldiers' Y.M.C.A. fund drive, newspaper clippings, 1917-1918
  • Pages 178-180: Camp Community Service and Recreation, newspaper clippings, 1918-1920
  • Pages 181-182: Welcome for returning soldiers, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 183-184: Emergency Peace Federation, advertisement, 1917
  • Pages 185-6: Censorship, newspaper clipping, 1917
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1909-1924

  • Pages 1-2: Child Welfare Exhibit, newspaper clippings, 1911-1914
  • Page 3: Children's Bureau, correspondence, 1912
  • Page 3: National Child Labor Committee, newspaper clippings, 1909-1910
  • Page 4: Cigarette war, newspaper clipping, 1911
  • Page 4: Summer training camp for high school boys, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 5-13: Jewish Dependent Children, conference, correspondence, programs, memorabilia, 1909
  • Page 14: Hull House summer home (country club for girls), newspaper clippings, text of dedication speech given by Mrs. Rosenwald, 1913
  • Pages 15-16: Juvenile court, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1911-1913
  • Pages 15-16: Milk for German women and children, newspaper clipping, 1920
  • Pages 15-16: Open air schools, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Pages 15-16: Park Ridge School, newspaper clipping, 1913
  • Pages 17-21: Boy Scouts, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1911-1919
  • Pages 22-26: Girl Scouts, Mrs. R.'s involvement, newspaper clippings, 1920-1924
  • Pages 27-28: George Junior Republic Association, correspondence, 1910
  • Page 29: Vocational education, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 30-32: School Board, newspaper clippings, 1915-1919
  • Pages 33-41: Personal investments, Columbus Memorial Building and other real estate, newspaper clippings, 1912-1923
  • Pages 42-80: Sears-Roebuck, and Co., newspaper clippings, 1919-1924
  • Page 46: Gun control, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 58: Railroads, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Pages 63-69: Sears-Roebuck, and Co., Sears-Roebuck Agricultural Foundation, newspaper clippings, 1923
  • Pages 64-65: JR's retirement from presidency of Sears-Roebuck, and Co., newspaper clippings, 1924
  • Pages 75-77: Samuel Rzsezewski, newspaper clippings, 1921-1924
  • Page 81: National Property Campaign, newspaper clippings, 1919
  • Pages 82-87: University of Chicago, newspaper clippings, programs, invitation, 1924-1925
  • Pages 88-113: Fiftieth birthday, gives away $687,500 , newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Page 114: Sixtieth birthday, congratulations, newspaper clippings, 1922
  • Pages 115-133: University of Chicago, Julius Rosenwald Hall, newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, invitations, programs, publications, 1914-1926
  • Pages 134-140: University of Chicago Medical School, newspaper clippings, 1916
  • Pages 141-144: Rockefeller Foundation, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 144-145: Wilmer Foundation, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Page 146: Chicago Civic Hospital Association, advertisement, undated
  • Page 147: Social Workers' Country Club, correspondence (including Jane Addams), 1912
  • Pages 148-168: Fiftieth birthday, correspondence, 1912
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1911-1923

  • Page 1: Time line of Chinese history by Wilbert W. White, undated
  • Page 2: R. T. Crane, refused right to talk to college, newspaper clipping, undated
  • Page 2: Five thousand a year club for girls, newspaper clipping, 1912
  • Pages 3-4: Allendale farm, booklet, 1911
  • Pages 3-4: Miscellaneous news items, Topics: girl swims San Francisco Bay, "Lincoln's prophecy," "Commentary suggested by Mr. Galsworthy," voter recall, infant welfare, newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Pages 5-6: Leo M. Frank, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Page 7: Inter-Ocean sued by A. M. Lawrence, newspaper clippings, 1913-194
  • Pages 8-9: Organization to preserve native landscape in Illinois, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 8-9: Jews honor Edward VII, newspaper clippings, undated
  • Pages 9-10: Racial prejudice, political cartoon, newspaper clippings, 1911-1913
  • Page 11: Southern Commercial Congress, newspaper clippings, 1913-1922
  • Page 12: Klu Klux Klan, address of Dr. Evans, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Page 12: Little Theater of Chicago, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 13: Peace party, foreign delegates arrive, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 14-23: Affiliated estates, share application, publications, 1910s
  • Pages 24-28: Taxes, newspaper clippings, 1913
  • Pages 29-32: Taxes, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Pages 33-37: Taxes, newspaper clippings, 1917-1919
  • Pages 38-39: Life insurance, newspaper clippings, 1917-1918
  • Pages 40-46: Vice and wages, newspaper clippings, correspondence, subpoena, 1913
  • Pages 47-51: Henry Ford, profit-sharing plans, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Pages 52-103: JR's indictment, newspaper clippings, 1913-1915
  • Pages 104-117: JR's indictment, condolence correspondence, 1915
13

1926

  • Pages 1-70: Hugh S. MacGill, U.S. senate campaign, newspaper clippings, 1926
  • Page 74: William E. Dever, Chicago mayoral campaign, newspaper clippings, 1926
14

1911-1927

  • Pages 1-5: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Negro education and opportunity, newspaper clippings, 1912-1917
  • Page 6: National Urban League, newspaper clippings, 1919-1920
  • Pages 7-9: National Negro Business League, 1912-1925
  • Pages 7-9: John Cloures, newspaper clippings, 1918
  • Pages 7-9: Dunbar Normal Institute, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Pages 10-12: Berry School, Mount Berry, Georgia, correspondence, 1912
  • Pages 13-16: Fisk University, Nashville, newspaper clippings, 1911-1926
  • Pages 17-19: Howard University, Washington, D.C., newspaper clippings, 1926-1927
  • Pages 20-23: Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton, Virginia, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1912-1917
  • Pages 24-25: Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton, Virginia, Dr. Fissell's death, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1917
  • Pages 26-29: Race Relations Commission, newspaper clippings, 1919-1923
  • Pages 30-31: Negro Scholarship Fund, newspaper clippings, 1919-1920
  • Pages 30-31: Manassas Industrial School, Virginia, newspaper clipping, 1916
  • Pages 30-31: Utica Institute, newspaper clipping, 1918
  • Pages 30-31: Ford, Rosenwald, and Carnegie, on education, newspaper clippings, 1919-1926
  • Pages 32-34: Meharry Medical School, Nashville, newspaper clippings, 1912-1915
  • Pages 35-36: Tuskegee Institute, Booker T. Washington, visit to Chicago, correspondence, guest list, invitation, newspaper clippings, text of remarks by JR, 1911
  • Pages 37-45: Tuskegee Institute, JR's visits, newspaper clippings, correspondence, song texts, guest lists, 1911-1912
  • Pages 37-45: JR's visit to Atlanta, newspaper clippings, 1911-1912
  • Pages 46-47: Tuskegee Institute, correspondence, 1912
  • Pages 48-151: Tuskegee Institute, newspaper clippings, correspondence, song text, photograph of Tuskegee touring party, programs, 1912-1923
  • Pages 70-80: Tuskegee Institute, Booker T. Washington, death of, correspondence, newspaper clippings, memorial program, 1915-1921
  • Page 88: Tuskegee Institute, correspondence, JR to Col. Theodore Roosevelt, 1915
  • Pages 107-142: Tuskegee Institute, Rosenwald fund for rural schools, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, 1914-1923
  • Pages 143-147: Tuskegee Institute, JR's visit, programs, song text, newspaper clippings, 1921
  • Pages 148-151: Tuskegee Institute, JR's visit, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Pages 148-151: Provident Hospital, newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 152: Wendell Phillips Settlement, newspaper clippings, 1914
  • Page 153: Hampton-Tuskegee endowment, newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Pages 154-167: Miscellaneous items concerning Negroes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1916-1926. Topics: migration to the North, Herman E. Perry (Negro entrepreneur), Empire Mattress Co. employs Negro labor, Negro education, "Black Velvet" play by Willard Robertson, post-war race relations Dr. Ernest E. Just, fellowship extended, newspaper clipping, 1923
  • Pages 168-170: Rural schools, newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1919
  • Pages 168-170: Tuskegee Institute, JR and Mr. Stern's visit, newspaper clipping, 1927
  • Pages 171-172: Apartments for Negroes, newspaper clippings, 1916
  • Pages 173-181: General announcements, letters, etc., newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1911-1913
  • Pages 182-189: Y.M.C.A.s for colored people, newspaper clippings, 1911-1925
  • Page 186: Philanthropy and religion, Georgia Negro church building, newspaper clippings, 1927
  • Page 190: Camp Chesapeake Summer School, Y.M.C.A., Annapolis, Maryland, advertisement/information flyer, 1914
  • Pages 191-193: Atlanta Y.W.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1915-1918
  • Pages 191-193: Baltimore Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1912
  • Pages 194-196: Brooklyn Y.M.C.A., correspondence, newspaper clippings, 1912-1918
  • Pages 197-216: Chicago Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, invitations, bulletin, dedication program, correspondence, 1911-1923
  • Pages 217-218: Chicago achievements, newspaper clippings, 1911
  • Pages 219-221: Cincinnati Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, correspondence, 1912-1916
  • Pages 222-223: Columbus Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1918-1919
  • Pages 222-223: Dallas Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1915
  • Pages 222-223: Detroit Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1925
  • Pages 224-229: Indianapolis Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1911-1912
  • Pages 230-232: Kansas City, Missouri. Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1913-1914
  • Pages 233-234: Los Angeles Y.M.C.A., newspaper clipping, 1911
  • Pages 233-234: Missoula, Montana Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1922
  • Pages 233-234: Nashville Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1914-1923
  • Pages 235-236: New York Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1912-1927
  • Page 237: Philadelphia Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1919-1922
  • Page 238: Pittsburgh Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1917
  • Page 238: San Diego Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, undated
  • Page 239: St. Louis Y.M.C.A., newspaper clippings, 1915-1918
  • Pages 240-250: Washington Y.M.C.A., correspondence, newspaper clippings, text of address by William H. Taft, 1911-1914
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1926-1927

  • Pages 1-26: Industrial Museum (Museum of Science and Industry), newspaper clippings, 1926-1927
  • Pages 27-33: Civic Hall, newspaper clippings, 1927
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1909-1918

  • Pages 1-44: Miscellaneous items mentioning, about, or by JR, Topics: overseas travels, parody songs, fiftieth birthday, charity and philanthropy, Jane Addams, education, Tuskegee Institute, Ella Flagg Young, Negro Y.M.C.A.s, Jewish charities, lending banks, University of Chicago, correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt (in re: Richard A. Loeb as young boy), Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense, JR's letters from France, profit-sharing, rural schools in North Carolina, opportunities for Negroes, Jewish relief, 1909-1918