TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Administrative Information

Biography of Graham Taylor

Scope and Content of the Collection

Organization

Selected Search Terms

Container List

Series 1: Biographical Series, 1867-1966

Series 2: Outgoing Correspondence, 1873-1938

Series 3: Incoming Correspondence, 1873-1940

Series 4: Family Series, 1820-1938

Series 5: Works, 1866-1939

Series 6: Subject Files, 1833-1947

Series 7: Chicago Commons Files, 1894-1975, bulk 1894-1944

Series 8: Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy Files, 1903-1922

Series 9: Chicago Theological Seminary Files, 1892-1945

Series 10: Lea D. Taylor Files, 1921-1975

Series 11: Photographs, n.d., ca. 1868-1958

Series 12: Scrapbooks - Daily News Columns, 1902-1938

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Inventory of the Graham Taylor Papers, 1820-1975, bulk 1866-1940


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Descriptive Summary of the Collection

Creator Taylor, Graham, 1851-1938
Title Graham Taylor Papers
Dates 1820-1975,
Dates bulk 1866-1940
Extent 32.7 linear feet (72 boxes and 2 oversize boxes)
Abstract Works, correspondence, and family papers of minister, social worker, professor, and founder of Chicago Commons settlement house, Graham Taylor.
Language Collection is in English.
Repository Newberry Library, Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections
Collection Call Number Midwest MS Taylor
Collection Stack Location 3a 43 3-5

Administrative Information

Cite As

Graham Taylor Papers, The Newberry Library, Chicago.

Provenance

Gift, Katharine Taylor and Lea Demarest Taylor, 1951, with subsequent donations.

Processed by

Alison Hinderliter, Leigh Ann Ripley, and Lindsay Van Loon, 2004

Acknowledgements

This inventory was created with the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this inventory do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Access

The Graham Taylor Papers are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Graham Taylor Papers are the physical property of the Newberry Library. Copyright may belong to the authors or their legal heirs or assigns. For permission to publish or reproduce any materials from this collection, contact the Roger and Julie Baskes Department of Special Collections.

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Biography of Graham Taylor

Graham Taylor was born in Schenectady, New York on May 2, 1851, into the fifth generation of a family of Dutch-reformed ministers. Taylor had no doubts as a youth about his chosen career. After graduating from Rutgers College, he entered the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in America in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1870. Three years later, he accepted the pastorate of a small church in Hopewell, New York, where he stayed for seven years. In 1880 he moved to Hartford , Connecticut, to be the pastor of the Fourth Congregational Church. It was there that Taylor first experienced working with the poor and immigrant communities, and where he saw firsthand the effects of vice (alcoholism, prostitution, etc.) on society. His experiences led him further and further away from the conservative Dutch-Reformed theology to a more liberal social gospel theology and outlook. Therefore, when he was invited to move to Chicago to teach at the Chicago Theological Seminary (where he was given unrestricted liberty to develop his own courses of teaching), he was more than pleased to accept the offer.

Taylor moved himself and his family to Chicago in 1892. He began to explore the idea of starting a settlement house akin to Jane Addams' Hull House, and in 1894 the Chicago Commons Settlement was founded. The house was located at the corner of Union Street and Milwaukee Avenue, in Chicago's 17th Ward. The neighborhood was working class, with large populations of Scandinavian, Irish, German, and Italian immigrants. Although Taylor brought in his Seminary students as residents and teachers in the Commons, he wanted the house to be non-sectarian, open to all faiths, economic levels, and ethnic groups. Soon it became apparent that the current building was not sufficient for the growing needs of the Commons, and between 1900-1901, a new Commons building was constructed on the corner of Grand and Morgan Streets, where the old Tabernacle Congregational Church had stood.

In addition to teaching Seminary students in working with the poor and starting kindergarten classes at the Commons, Taylor also was interested in expanding coursework into a new school, and in 1908 the Commons Association sponsored the first classes in the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, which in 1920 was incorporated into the University of Chicago as the Graduate School of Social Service Administration. Taylor was active in Chicago politics as well, serving on the Mayor Busse's Vice Commission and acting as a witness in court cases and an arbiter in labor disputes. He was a member of several local reform groups, including the Civic Federation, the Municipal Voters' League, Chicago Plan Commission, and the Special Park Commission. He disseminated his feelings on reform and social action in the periodicals The Commons and The Survey, as well as in a weekly column in the Chicago Daily News newspaper.

Taylor toured the United States frequently, and went abroad several times to lecture on reform and organizing settlement homes and social programs. He established the Chicago Federation of Settlements with Jane Addams, which led him to become president of several national organizations, such as the National Conference of Charities and Corrections (1914; later called the National Conference of Social Work), and National Federation of Settlements (1917). In 1921 Taylor retired from active administration of the Commons, leaving that work to his daughter Lea, although he remained active in Commons concerns and issues such as Prohibition, public health, and the fate of the poor during the Depression for the rest of his life. In 1926 the University of Chicago completed Graham Taylor Hall, a part of its Chicago Theological Seminary building complex. Taylor died in his sleep on Sept. 26, 1938.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, works, diaries and other material relating to Taylor and his Chicago Commons settlement, his career at the Chicago Theological Seminary, and his founding of the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy. The records also reflect the correspondence between Taylor family members, and activities of Taylor's children, primarily of his daughter Lea D. Taylor. In fact, Lea Taylor annotated many of the materials in this collection with dates and/or clarifications, and many of the series include her papers as well. Subjects covered in Taylor's papers include the history and development of the 17th (currently the 26th) ward of Chicago on the Near North Side, immigration (particularly Italian and Polish), labor, civic reform, housing, education and social conditions in the neighborhoods, public health, and the effects of the Great Depression on the population of the neighborhoods.

Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of material, and arrangement of each series are available through the Organization section of the finding aid.

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Organization

Papers are organized in the following series:

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Selected Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Newberry Library's public catalog. Researchers desiring additional materials on a particular topic should search the catalog using these headings.

Names

  • Addams, Jane, 1860-1935
  • Bell, Edward Price, 1869-1943
  • Breckinridge, Sophonisba Preston, 1866-1948
  • Chicago Commons Association
  • Chicago Daily News, Inc.
  • Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy
  • Chicago Theological Seminary
  • Crane, Charles Richard, 1858-1939
  • Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938
  • Dennis, Charles Henry, 1860-1943
  • Duncan-Clark, Samuel John, 1875-1938
  • Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America
  • Ford, Henry, 1863-1947
  • Gavit, John Palmer, 1868-1954
  • Harper, William Rainey, 1856-1906
  • Lathrop, Julia Clifford, 1858-1932
  • Lawson, Victor Freemont, 1850-1925
  • McCormick, Katherine Dexter, 1876-1967
  • McCulloch, Frank H. (Frank Hathorn), b. 1863
  • McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949
  • Reitman, Ben L. (Ben Lewis), 1879-1942
  • Robins, Margaret Dreier
  • Robins, Raymond, 1873-1954
  • Ryerson, Edward L. (Edward Larned), 1886-1971
  • Taylor, Lea D. (Lea Demarest), 1883-1975
  • University of Chicago

Subjects

  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Social conditions.
  • Clippings.
  • Immigrants -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- Sources.
  • Italian Americans -- Illinois -- Chicago.
  • Manuscripts, American -- Illinois -- Chicago.
  • Photographs.
  • Progressivism (United States Politics)
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Social reformers -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- Sources.
  • Social settlements -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- Sources.
  • Social work education -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- Sources.

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Container List

Series 1: Biographical Series, 1867-1966

Newsclippings, diaries, account books, correspondence, degrees, souvenirs, book reviews, and other miscellaneous items reflecting the personal life of Graham Taylor, as well as summarizing his professional life as a minister and a crusader for social justice. Taylor kept pocket diaries from his years at Rutgers College and steadily through the years until 1938, the year he died. The diaries include appointments, social engagements, his religious thoughts and feelings, travel experiences, and the like. There is also a sizeable amount of clippings and features about Taylor, both during his life and after his death, as well as many condolence notes and letters written primarily to daughter Lea after he died. When Taylor and his second wife visited the Philippines and Japan in 1922, Taylor kept many items given him on board the ships (such as guest lists and menus), clippings about his visits, and maps of the places he was visiting.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
1 1 Abdiel (pseudonym), Poem, "Graham ben Adhem," 1918
1 2 Account book, ca. 1869-1874
1 3 Account book, 1888-1892
1 4 Account books (3), Building and Repair Funds, 1884, 1902-1906
1 5 Centennial, clippings about, 1951
1 6 Clippings and features (see also Oversize), n.d., 1892-1966
1 7 Condolences on Taylor's death, 1938-1939
1 8 Degrees and Certificates (see also Oversize), 1870-1935
1 9 Diary: Items removed, 1869
1 10 Diary: Items removed, 1871
1 11 Diary: Items removed, 1872
1 12 Diary: Items removed, 1875
1 13 Diary: Items removed, 1878
1 14 Diary: Items removed, 1879
1 15 Diary: Items removed, 1880
1 16 Diary: Items removed, 1881
1 17 Diary: Items removed, 1882
1 18 Diary: Items removed, 1883
1 19 Diary: Items removed, 1884
1 20 Diary: Items removed, 1885
1 21 Diary: Items removed, 1889
1 22 Diary: Items removed, 1896-1897
1 23 Diary: Items removed, 1926
1 24 Diary: Items removed, 1934
1 25 Diary: Items removed, 1935
2 -- Diaries, 1868-1885
3 -- Diaries, 1886-1910
4 -- Diaries (with undated fragments, possibly from 1903, at the end), ca. 1903, 1911-1937
5 26 Diary: "Vagae Meditationes", 1870, 1878-1879
5 27 Diary Fragments, n.d., 1887-1938
5 28 Dinner in honor of Taylor, City Club of Chicago, May 27, 1930
5 29 Far East Trip: Clippings and Mementoes, 1922
5 30 Fingerprints, taken Apr. 28, 1910
5 31 Hartford (CT) Parish: address book and church member record book, ca. 1880-1892
5 32 Hopewell (NY) Parish and vicinity: Record of Pastoral Calls, ca. 1876-1880
5 33 Hopewell (NY) Parish: Records of talks with community and neighboring villages, 1876-1877
5 34 Lecture announcements, n.d., 1903, 1917
5 35 Marriage ceremony script used by Taylor, [n.d.]
5 36 Obituaries and Testimonials, 1938-1939
5 37 Pastor's Registers (see also Oversize), 1871-1894
5 38 Reviews: Chicago Commons Through Forty Years, 1936-1937
5 39 Reviews: Pioneering on Social Frontiers, 1930
5 40 Reviews, Promotional Materials, and Royalty Statements: Religion in Social Action, 1913-1917, 1947
5 41 Rutgers College: Taylor's report cards, graduation program, and other material, 1867-1925
5 42 Statement, on deathbed (supposed), dictated to wife, 1888

Series 2: Outgoing Correspondence, 1873-1938

Letters and carbon copies of letters from Taylor to friends, parishioners, social workers, committee members, unions, editors, officials, politicians, and other associates. Prominent addressees include Jane Addams, Edward Price Bell, Charles R. Crane, Clarence Darrow, Charles H. Dennis, John Palmer Gavit, William Rainey Harper, Julia C. Lathrop, Victor F. Lawson, members of the McCormick family (mostly Katharine D. [Mrs. Stanley] McCormick), Frank McCulloch, Ben Reitman, Raymond and Margaret Robins, Edward L. Ryerson, and associates from the Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago Commons, the Survey, and the University of Chicago. Some correspondence reflects Taylor's activities at his previous parishes in Hopewell, New York (1873-1880) and Hartford, Connecticut (1880-1892). Much correspondence concerns the daily workings and fundraising efforts of the Chicago Commons and Taylor's many social reform projects. Other letters, particularly those to Sophonisba P. Breckenridge, address the incorporation of the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy into the University of Chicago against Taylor's wishes.
See also correspondence in Series 7 (Chicago Commons), Series 8 (Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy), and Series 9 (Chicago Theological Seminary).
Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by addressee, including one folder of letters without addressee.

Box Folder Contents
6 43 No addressee, 1899-1937
6 44 Abbott, Edith, University of Chicago, 1930-1938
6 45 Addams, Jane, Hull House, 1911-1932
6 46 Ainley, Mrs. C.H., 1927
6 47 Albert, Allen D., 1937
6 48 Aldis, Mrs. Arthur, 1920
6 49 Aldrich, B.F., New First Congregational Church, 1916
6 50 Alexander, D.W., London Guarantee and Accident Co., 1916
6 51 Allen, W.D., 1929
6 52 Allman, James P., Chicago Police Commissioner, 1938
6 53 Anderson, Asher, 1920
6 54 Anderson, G.J., 1914
6 55 Anderson, Gen. T.M., 1902
6 56 Angleman, __?, 1937
6 57 Arnett, J.W., University of Chicago, 1920
6 58 Arthur, "My dear little friend", 1935
6 59 Arthur, George R., Young Men's Christian Assoc., 1937
6 60 Atwater, Mrs., 1938
6 61 Austin, Ruth, Gads Hill Center, 1938
6 62 Baker, Charles Wilson, Neighborhood Settlement Assoc. of the Diocese of Los Angeles, 1938
6 63 Baker, Mrs., 1937
6 64 Baker, Newton D., Citizens' Committee, President's Organization on Unemployment, 1932
6 65 Backus, __?, 1927
6 66 Ballard, Thomas P., Ginn & Co. Publishers, Chicago Commons Assoc., 1897-1899
6 67 Bardin, J., Clerk, Fourth Church, 1918
6 68 Barnard, Harry, 1938
6 69 Barnes, Clifford W., Chicago Sunday Evening Club, 1929-1938
6 70 Barr, Norman B., 1936
6 71 Bartlett, Robert Merrill, 1938
6 72 Basford, George M., 1919
6 73 Basiger, James F., 1919
6 74 Baumgardner, B.C., 1900
6 75 Bean, Donald P., 1929
6 76 Beatson, J.W., 1918
6 77 Bebb, __?, 1937
6 78 Beckwith, C.A., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1927
6 79 Bell, Edward Price, Chicago Daily News, 1927
6 80 Bellamy, George A., Hiram House, 1913-1938
6 81 Benson, Ernest L., Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1915-1934
6 82 Bernard, L.L., Institute for Research in Social Science, 1928
6 83 Bernstein, Herman, 1926
6 84 Billings, Dr. Frank, 1910
6 85 Binder, __?, 1935-1936
6 86 Binford, __?, 1938
6 87 Blackmar, F.E., University of Kansas, 1910
6 88 Blaine, Mrs., 1920-1938
6 89 Blaney, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D., 1913-1933
6 90 Blow, George P., 1914
6 91 Blow, Mrs. George P., 1919
6 92 Bogardus, Jennie, 1913
6 93 Bohn, W.E., Oberlin College, 1937
6 94 Boller, Mrs., 1934-1937
6 95 Booth, Henry Kendall, 1930-1938
6 96 Bousk, Joseph, 1917-1918
6 97 Bowen, Mrs. Joseph T., Jane Addams Memorial Fund, 1937
6 98 Boyden, William C., 1914-1923
6 99 Brackett, Jeffrey, Director, School for Social Workers, St. Catherine's School, 1937
6 100 Bradley, Mrs., 1937
6 101 Bradt, Mrs., 1937
6 102 Breckenridge, Sophonisba P., Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1918-1927
6 103 Brenner, Ann Reed, Survey, 1936-1938
6 104 Brodie, Donald M., 1923-1924
6 105 Brooks, John Graham (also one letter to John Graham and Mrs. Brooks), 1932-1938
6 106 Brown, Charles R., 1908
6 107 Brown, Edward J., 1911
6 108 Budd, Britton I., 1925
6 109 Bundesen, Herman N., President, Chicago Board of Health, 1938
6 110 Burgess, Ernest W., University of Chicago, 1936
6 111 Burke, Edmund, 1910
6 112 Burke, Joseph, Circuit Court of Cook County, 1931
6 113 Burroughs, B.R., 1910
6 114 Busch, Francis X., 1931
6 115 Butler, Mrs. Hermon, 1911-1930
7 116 Cameron, __?, 1938
7 117 Capinille, Giovanni, 1925
7 118 Carter, E.C., 1924
7 119 Carey, John, 1911
7 120 Cavenee, Mr. and Mrs. C.M., 1925-1934
7 121 Central Council of Childhood Education, 1937
7 122 Cermak, Anton J., Mayor of Chicago, 1931-1933
7 123 Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs., 1927-1929
7 124 Chicago Board of Education, 1933
7 125 Chicago Daily News, 1922-1937
7 126 Chicago Disciples Union, 1937
7 127 Chicago Journal, 1917
7 128 Chicago Tabernacle Church, [1897?], 1899, 1936-1937
7 129 Citizens Association of Chicago, 1908
7 130 City Club of Chicago, 1937
7 131 Clancy, William, 1918
7 132 Clapp, Mrs. Ernest, 1913
7 133 Clapper, Raymond, 1917
7 134 Coad, Cecil, 1918
7 135 Cobb, Henry E., Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church, 1938
7 136 Cooley, Charles H., Professor, Univ. of Michigan, 1910
7 137 Coonley, Mrs. Avery, 1909-1918
7 138 Cooper, Charles C., Kingsley House, 1921
7 139 Corrigan, Michael J., Chicago Fire Marshall, 1938
7 140 Council for Social Action, 1937
7 141 Craigen, P.L., 1916-1917
7 142 Crane, Charles R., 1911-1938
7 143 Crane, Mrs., 1915
7 144 Crippen, G.C., 1930
7 145 Crockett, __?, 1931
7 146 Cushing, E.B., 1917
7 147 Cuthbertson, Hugh A., 1932
7 148 Darrow, Clarence, 1932
7 149 Davidson, Carter, President, Knox College, 1936
7 150 Davidson, Dorman N., Jr., 1926
7 151 Davis, Ozora S., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1908-1923
7 152 Deneen, C.S., Governor of Illinois, 1908-1911
7 153 Dennis, Charles H., Editor, Chicago Daily News, 1915-1937
7 154 Dever, William E., Mayor of Chicago, 1923-1927
7 155 Devine, Edward T., Charities and the Commons, 1908-1937
7 156 Douglas, __?, 1931-1936
7 157 Duncan-Clark, S.J., Chicago Evening Post, 1921
7 158 Duncan-Clark, Mrs. Samuel John, 1938
7 159 Dunham, Robert, President of the consolidated Board of Park Commissioners, 1938
7 160 Dunlop, James J., 1915-1921
7 161 Eastman, Fred, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1934-1937
7 162 Eastman, Lucius, President, Survey Associates, 1937
7 163 Ebisawa, Ren, 1930
7 164 Eddy, Florence R., 1936
7 165 Eddy, Mrs. George, St. Paul Coal Company, 1919
7 166 Ehnes, Maurice W., 1910
7 167 Elliott, John Lovejoy, Society for Ethical Culture in the City of NY, 1937
7 168 Elston, J.A., 1910
7 169 Elting, Howard, 1913-1937
7 170 Elting, Victor, American Protective League, 1918-1929
7 171 Ely, Richard T., Professor, University of Wisconsin, 1910
7 172 Emmerson, Louis L., Governor of Illinois, 1931
7 173 Fales, David, 1906-1923
7 174 Falkenau, Victor, 1900
7 175 Farwell, John V., Jr., 1906-1925
7 176 Favill, Dr. H.B., 1914
7 177 Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. F.F., Board of Trustees, Chicago Commons, 1923
7 178 Finley, John F., New York Times, 1936-1937
7 179 Fischer, Joe, 1915
7 180 Fischer, Walter L., 1912
7 181 Fitzmorris, Charles C., 1917
7 182 Flexner, Bernard, 1919
7 183 Folds, Charles W., Union League Club, 1919
7 184 Foley, Elizabeth R., 1931
7 185 Folks, Homer, President, National Conference of Social Work, 1923, 1937
7 186 Forbes, Mrs. Ira, 1938
7 187 Forgan, David R., 1916
7 188 Fowler, Mrs., 1924
7 189 Franklin Settlement, 1938
7 190 Friedmann, Herbert J., 1934-1935
7 191 Funk, Clarence, (also to Mrs. Funk), 1912, 1930
8 192 Gammon, Robert, Congregational Educational Society, 1934-1937
8 193 Gates, L.F., Lamson Brothers, 1923
8 194 Gavit, John Palmer, (also one letter to Lucy and John), 1911-1937
8 195 Gavit, Helen, 1934
8 196 George, J.H., President, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1905
8 197 Gilkey, Charles Whitney, Hyde Park Baptist Church, University of Chicago, University Chapel, 1938
8 198 Gillette, __?, 1884, 1894
8 199 Gillette, Henry, 1914
8 200 Gillette, Mary, 1938
8 201 Gilroy, William E., Plymouth Congregational Church, Advance, 1936-1937
8 202 Gladden, Dr. Washington, 1913-1918
8 203 Glenn, John M., Russell Sage Foundation, 1920
8 204 Glover, Dawson C., 1920
8 205 Goldberg, Dr., 1929
8 206 Gorton, T.B., 1923
8 207 Granata, Peter C., Illinois State House Representative, 1931
8 208 Graves, William C., Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1916-1924
8 209 Gray, John H., Professor, University of Minnesota, 1910
8 210 Greene, J.L., 1909
8 211 Gunsaulus, F.W., President, Armour Institute of Technology, 1910-1912
8 212 Haight, Putney [?], 1937
8 213 Hale, __?, 1894
8 214 Hall, Helen, President, Bay View System of Popular Education, 1938
8 215 Hamill, Charles H., 1938
8 216 Harper, W.H., Chicago Association of Commerce, 1913
8 217 Harper, William R., President, University of Chicago, 1902-1905
8 218 Harrison, Carter, Mayor of Chicago, 1938
8 219 Hartford Theological Seminary, Faculty and Prudential Committee, 1886
8 220 Hartranft, Chester David, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1892
8 221 Hawkins, Mabel, Secretary of Chicago Commons, 1901-1938
8 222 Hazens, __?, 1938
8 223 Heaps, Allison Ray, 1916
8 224 Hegner, Mr. and Mrs. Herman F., 1934-1938
8 225 Heinz, H.J., 1915
8 226 Heinz, Howard, 1915
8 227 Helen, 1937
8 228 Herron, George D., Iowa College, 1894
8 229 Hewitt, __?, Commissioner of Public Works, 1938
8 230 Hill, Caroline M., 1937
8 231 Hodes, Barnet, City of Chicago Law Dept., 1936-1938
8 232 Holmes, Otis H., 1934
8 233 Holmes, Mrs., 1924
8 234 Holt, Arthur E., Congregational Church Education Society, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1923-1938
8 235 Hooker, George E., 1915
8 236 Hopkins, C. Howard, Yale University, 1936
8 237 Hopkins, Prynce, 1929
8 238 Horner, Henry, Governor of Illinois, 1933-1938
8 239 House, __? 1938
8 240 Howard, George E., Professor, University of Nebraska, 1910
8 241 Howe, Daniel R., 1912
8 242 Howe, Dr. Harmon G., 1913
8 243 Hubbard, H.M., 1916-1917
8 244 Hubbard, Mrs. H.M., 1917-1932
8 245 Hunter, __?, 1920
8 246 Hurley, Edward N., 1926
8 247 Hurley, Timothy D., 1907
8 248 Hutchins, Dr., 1937
8 249 Hutchinson, Charles L., 1911
8 250 Hutchinson, Paul, Christian Century, 1933
8 251 Ickes, Harold E., Secretary of the Interior, 1923-1935
8 252 Ingraham, __?, 1938
8 253 Isaak, __?, 1937
8 254 Isham, Mrs. G.W., 1937
8 255 Jackson, Bernard, 1918
8 256 Jenkins, Newton, 1918-1938
8 257 Jeske, Nicholas, 1915-1916
8 258 Johnson, Alexander, 1934-1938
8 259 Johnson, Oscar, 1936
8 260 Johnstone, Frederic Bruce, 1920
8 261 Jones, David P., President, David P. Jones and Co., 1908
8 262 Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1910
8 263 Kellogg, Arthur, P., Greenwich House, 1921-1934
8 264 Kellogg, George F., 1913
8 265 Kellogg, Paul, Survey, (also one letter to Paul and Arthur Kellogg), 1916-1938
8 266 Kelly, Edward J., Mayor of Chicago, 1933-1938
8 267 Kelly, Harry E., Chairman, Public Affairs Committee, 1924
8 268 Kelsey, Carl, Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 1913
8 269 Kelsey, Henry H., 1914
8 270 Kelso, Robert W., 1921
8 271 Kennedy, Albert J., National Federation of Settlements, 1912, 1936
8 272 Kent, William, Senator of California, 1900-1927
8 273 Kestin, Mrs. Walter H., 1932
8 274 King, Hoyt, 1931
8 275 King, Rockwell, 1899
8 276 Kinley, David, President, University of Illinois, 1909-1920
8 277 Knapp, George L., 1938
8 278 Knox, Col. Frank, Chicago Daily News, 1931-1936
8 279 Knox, Robert C., 1923
8 280 Kohn, Mrs. A.D., 1920
8 281 Konkowski, Frank E., Jr., Alderman, 1929
9 282 Laing, Gordon J., University of Chicago, 1929-1930
9 283 Lasker, Bruno, 1924
9 284 Lasker, Loula D., Survey, 1930
9 285 Lathrop, Gardiner, Railway Exchange, 1921
9 286 Lathrop, Julia C., U.S. Dept. of Labor, Children's Bureau, 1907-1918
9 287 Lawrence, __?, 1932
9 288 Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Iver, 1934
9 289 Lawson, Victor F., 1906-1924
9 290 Leatherbee, R., 1915-1918
9 291 Lee, Porter R., New York School of Social Work, 1920
9 292 Leach, Paul, Chicago Daily News, 1938
9 293 Lillie, Frank R., 1929
9 294 Linn, James Weber, 1935-1936
9 295 Lochner, Louis P., 1915
9 296 Loesch, Frank, 1938
9 297 Logan, Frank G., 1913
9 298 Loos, Isaac, Professor, State University of Iowa, 1910
9 299 Lovejoy, Owen, National Child Labor Committee, Children's Aid Society, American Youth Commission, 1918
9 300 Lowden, Frank O., Governor of Illinois, 1899-1919
9 301 McClaughry, Major R.W., 1914
9 302 McCormick, __?, 1899
9 303 McCormick, Mrs. Cyrus H., 1914-1923
9 304 McCormick, Harold, 1912
9 305 McCormick, Katharine D., (Mrs. Stanley McCormick), 1909-1935
9 306 McCormick, Medill, 1909
9 307 McCulloch, Charles A., 1928, 1938
9 308 McCulloch, Frank H., 1912-1936
9 309 McCulloch, Mrs., 1915-1938
9 310 MacDonald, R.W., 1928
9 311 McDowell, Malcolm, Chicago Daily News, 1937
9 312 McElveen, Dr. W.T., 1914
9 313 McEvoy, Harry, 1938
9 314 Macfarland, Dr. Charles S., 1913-1917
9 315 McGiffert, Arthur Cushman, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1937-1938
9 316 McKeith, David, Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 1938
9 317 McKinley, William B., U.S. Senator, 1913-1925
9 318 MacMillan, Lincoln, Chicago Daily News, 1936
9 319 Mack, Julian W., U.S. Court House, 1918-1938
9 320 Mack, Dr. Milton H., Rotary Club of Chicago, 1919
9 321 Madonna Center, 1934
9 322 Maggio, Alexander, 1917-1918
9 323 Markham, Edwin, 1914
9 324 Marriott, Victor E., 1933, 1937
9 325 Matthews, Shailer, University of Chicago, 1912
9 326 Matthiessen, F.W., 1914-1915
9 327 Matz, Rudolph, 1913
9 328 Maurer, Irving, First Congregational Church, 1937
9 329 Merbach, __?, 1938
9 330 Merriam, Charles E., University of Chicago, Alderman, 1938
9 331 Mitchell, John J., 1937
9 332 Mock, Harry E. (family doctor), 1914
9 333 Moloney, James, 1914
9 334 Montgomery, John R., 1926
9 335 Moore, Frank L., 1914
9 336 Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur E., 1938
9 337 Morley, Charles, 1914-1917
9 338 Morse, J.H., 1921
9 339 Moss, Joseph, 1938
9 340 Mowrer, Paul, Chicago Daily News, 1936-1938
9 341 Mullenbach, James, 1934
9 342 Murphy, S.D., 1930
9 343 Murrell, Victor A.G., 1932
9 344 Nagel, Hon. Charles, Secretary, Dept. of Commerce and Labor, 1912
9 345 Nelson, Carl and Martha, 1937
9 346 Nevin, Hugh W., All American Feature Service, 1931
9 347 Noda, Shunsaku, 1917
9 348 Norberry, Dr. Frank P., 1910
9 349 North, Dr. Frank Mason, 1908-1909
9 350 Norton, Ralph H., 1920
10 351 O'Brien, W.B., Building Contractors' Assn., 1900
10 352 O'Connell, Robert C., Superior Court of Illinois, Cook County, 1936
10 353 Offenlock, F.G., 1931
10 354 O'Flaherty, Hal, Chicago Daily News, 1936-1937
10 355 Ogden, G.B., Auburn Theological Seminary, 1916
10 356 Ozanne, Charles E., 1913-1932
10 357 Palmer, Albert W., President, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1929-1937
10 358 Palmer, Mrs. Potter, 1910
10 359 Parker, Dr. Edwin Pond, 1914
10 360 Parsons, Mrs. John, 1913-1918
10 361 Patton, Cornelius H., 1912
10 362 Payson, Edward, Payson Manufacturing Company, Payson Gardens, 1932-1934
10 363 Peabody, Francis G., 1928, 1937
10 364 Pease, Marion C., Welcome Hall, 1938
10 365 Peck, Lillian M., National Federation of Settlements, 1936-1938
10 366 Perkins, Frances, U.S. Secretary of Labor, 1934
10 367 Phelan, __?, 1937
10 368 Pierce, J.B., 1880
10 369 Pond, Allen B., 1915
10 370 Potter, Dr. Rockwell H., 1913
10 371 Power, Mrs. S.A., 1925
10 372 Pratt, Nathaniel M., Village Congregational Church, 1937
10 373 Pratt, Waldo S., Hartford Theological Seminary, 1892
10 374 Proctor, Dr. E.R., 1919
10 375 Pulling, __?, 1937
10 376 Ragsdale, Lee E., President, Rotary Club of Chicago, 1937
10 377 Rawson, Frederick, (also one letter to Mr. and Mrs. Rawson), 1911-1938
10 378 Reitman, Ben, 1931
10 379 Reoch, Jane A., 1936
10 380 Repelje, John, 1932
10 381 Richardson, E.C., Library of Congress, 1929
10 382 Rife, Marvin and Mrs., Chicago Commons, 1938
10 383 Riggs, Ernest W., President, Anatolia College, 1937
10 384 Roberts, Roger A., 1932
10 385 Robins, Margaret Dreier, 1916, 1937
10 386 Robins, Raymond, (also to Raymond and Margaret), 1936-1937
10 387 Robinson, T.W., [1913?]
10 388 Roden, Carl, 1932-1938
10 389 Rosenthal, Benjamin J., Chicago Housing Association, 1919
10 390 Rosenthal, Lessing, 1930 1937
10 391 Rosenwald, Julius, Sears, Roebuck, & Co., 1911-1935
10 392 Ross, Mary, 1930
10 393 Rosson, Mrs., 1938
10 394 Rowell, Dr., 1938
10 395 Russell, Don, Chicago Daily News, 1937-1938
10 396 Russell, Robert L., 1922
10 397 Ryerson, Edward L., 1911-1937
10 398 Savage, G.S.F., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1892
10 399 Schuetter, Herman F., 1917
10 400 Schulz, Otto, M. Schulz Co., 1917
10 401 Schwartz, S.D., Emil Hirsch Center, 1938
10 402 Scott, Donald, 1938
10 403 Shannon, T.V., 1920, 1938
10 404 Shearer, Augustus, Grosvenor Library, NY, 1938
10 405 Sheldon, Charles M., 1917 1937
10 406 Sheldon, Harry D., 1935-1937
10 407 Sherrill, Dr. A.F., Atlanta Theological Seminary, 1924
10 408 Siedenburg, Frederic, Loyola University, University of Detroit, 1930-1937
10 409 Simmons, Parke, (also Mrs. Parke Simmons), 1913
10 410 Smith, __?, 1899
10 411 Smith, __?, 1932
10 412 Smith, Clayton F., 1931-1938
10 413 Smith, Fred B., 1913
10 414 Smith, J.P., Shoe Co., 1903
10 415 Snell, Heber C., Latter-Day Saints' Institute, 1937
10 416 Social Welfare, 1937
10 417 Spinka, Dr., 1938
10 418 Sprague, Albert, Department of Public Works, 1938
10 419 Springfield, Board of Parole, 1916
10 420 Stead, F. Herbert, Robert Browning Settlement, 1918
10 421 Steen, Enoch, 1911
10 422 Steiner, Edward A., Grinnell College, 1937
10 423 Stelzle, Charles, 1916-1917
10 424 Stern, Mrs. Alfred K., 1934-1935
10 425 Stevenson, George, (complaint re: use of Tabernacle for Commons), 1900
10 426 Stewart, Ethelbert, 1912
10 427 Stewart, Henry B., Chicago Association of Commerce, 1926
10 428 Stone, Judson F., 1918
10 429 Storm?, Abraham S., Hopewell Junction?, 1873
10 430 Sullivan, T.V., 1917
10 431 Sullivan, William, 1934
10 432 Survey Associates, 1937
10 433 Swengel, __?, Hopewell Church, 1932-1933
10 434 Swope, Gerard, 1934
11 435 Tansey, John P., U.S. Civil Legion, 1932
11 436 Teller, Sidney A., Irene Kaufman Settlement, 1933-1938
11 437 Terflinger, Fred W., 1909
11 438 Thompson, C.L., 1909
11 439 Thompson, Carl D., Socialist Party, Public Ownership League of America, 1937
11 440 Thompson, William Hale, Mayor of Chicago, 1930
11 441 Thorne, Samuel, 1938
11 442 Tippy, Worth M., 1917
11 443 Todd, Robert E., 1929
11 444 Treadwell, __?, 1937-1938
11 445 Tuthill, Richard S., Cook County Illinois Circuit Court, 1907
11 446 Tyler, __?, 1930
11 447 Underhill, Mrs. Charles, 1913, 1938
11 448 University Club of Chicago, Union League Club, 1934
11 449 University of Chicago, 1920
11 450 U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1929
11 451 Vanderbilt, Anna, 1938
11 452 Van Wyck, Annie (also Nettie Van Wyck), 1913
11 453 Wacker, Charles H., Chicago Plan Commission, 1913
11 454 Wallace, George, First Congregational Church, 1912
11 455 Walsh, James, 1923
11 456 Ward, Professor, 1924
11 457 Warren, Mrs., 1924
11 458 Waterbury, Esther E., 1937
11 459 Weatherly, U.G., Professor, University of Indiana, 1910
11 460 Weis, Jean C., Woman's City Club, 1937
11 461 Welch, Herbert, President, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1913
11 462 Wellman, Mrs., 1934
11 463 Weston, Sideny A., Congregational S.S. and Pub. Society, 1915
11 464 Whipple, Leon, 1929-1933
11 465 White, Leonard D., Civil Service Commission, 1931
11 466 Whitman, John L., Warden, Joliet, 1923-1926
11 467 Whitsitt, Craig G., Fourth Congregational Church, 1938
11 468 Wholesale Employers' Druggists' Association, 1903
11 469 Willett, Herbert, Chicago Church Federation, Christian Century, 1938
11 470 Williams, George, New Chicago Theological Seminary, 1927
11 471 Williams, J.M., 1899-1900
11 472 Williams, L.M., 1913-1922
11 473 Williams, Roger H., 1914-1921
11 474 Williamson, Clarence, 1909
11 475 Wilson, __?, 1938
11 476 Wilson, R. Norris, 1938
11 477 Winch, G.W., 1892
11 478 Wise, Dr. Stephen S., Free Synagogue, 1913-1914
11 479 Witcher, E.K., 1915
11 480 Woman's City Club of Chicago, 1931
11 481 Woodward, Arthur H., 1938
11 482 Woolley, E.C., 1903
11 483 Worcester, Edward S., Theological Seminary, 1937
11 484 Wortman, Denis, 1913
11 485 Wortman, Denys, 1937
11 486 Wright, Clark C., 1936
11 487 Zeller, George A., 1909
11 488 Zelosky, William, 1927
11 489 Zenos, Andrew, 1938
11 490 Zimmer, Michael, Warden, Illinois State Penitentiary, 1917

Series 3: Incoming Correspondence, 1873-1940

Contains letters mainly to Graham Taylor from friends, parishioners, social workers, committee members, unions, editors, officials, politicians, and other associates. Some prominent correspondents include Jane Addams, Edward Price Bell, Charles R. Crane, Clarence Darrow, Charles H. Dennis, Samuel J. Duncan-Clark, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, Henry Ford, John Palmer Gavit, William Rainey Harper, Julia C. Lathrop, Victor F. Lawson, members of the McCormick family (mostly Katharine D. [Mrs. Stanley] McCormick), Frank McCulloch, John McCutcheon, Ben Reitman, Raymond and Margaret Robins, Edward L. Ryerson, and associates from the Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago Commons, the Survey, and the University of Chicago. Some correspondence reflects Taylor's activities at his previous parishes in Hopewell, New York (1873-1880) and Hartford, Connecticut (1880-1892). Much of the correspondence concerns the daily workings and fundraising of the Chicago Commons as well as Taylor's many social reform projects. A number of letters are from prisoners seeking consolation or intervention from Taylor. Other letters, particularly those from Sophonisba P. Breckenridge, address the incorporation of the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy into the University of Chicago against Taylor's wishes. Also included are letters of condolence from friends and associates upon the death of Taylor's first wife, Leah Demarest Taylor, 1918.
See also correspondence in Series 7 (Chicago Commons), Series 8 (Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy), and Series 9 (Chicago Theological Seminary).
For more correspondence with Raymond Robins, see the Raymond Robins Papers at the Wisconsin State Historical Society Archives.
Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent with the folder of letters of condolence for Mrs. Graham Taylor at the end.

Box Folder Contents
12 491 Abbott, Grace, U.S. Dept. of Labor, U of Chicago, 1930-1936
12 492 Abbott, Lyman, 1902-1913
12 493 Adams, Clara L., 1902
12 494 Addams, Jane, Hull House, 1895-1935
12 495 Adkins, J.B., 1938
12 496 Adler, Felix, Society for Ethical Culture in the City of NY, 1927
12 497 Adhern, M.E., 1938
12 498 Alden, Percy, British Institute of Social Service, 1930-1936
12 499 Aldrich, Benjamin F., New First Congregational Church, 1916
12 500 Allen, Ernest Bourner, Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1924-1930
12 501 Allen, Ira W., 1902
12 502 Allen, William D., 1910
12 503 Allinson, Brent, 1936
12 504 Alvord, Henry C., 1892
12 505 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1930-1935
12 506 Anderson, Asher, 1888-1892
12 507 Andrews, W.W., 1892
12 508 Armstrong, Frank E., Chicago Daily News, 1917
12 509 Armstrong, J.C., Chicago City Missionary Society, n.d.
12 510 Arthur, George R., Young Men's Christian Assoc., 1936
12 511 Associated Jewish Charities of Chicago, 1920
12 512 Austin, Ruth, Gads Hill Center, 1938
12 513 Bagley, Francis Edgar, Chicago Commons, 1931
12 514 Baker, Charles Wilson, Neighborhood Settlement Assoc. of the Diocese of Los Angeles, 1938
12 515 Baker, Edwin, 1892
12 516 Baker, George L., Mayor of Portland, Oregon, 1921
12 517 Baker, Helen Cody, Council of Social Agencies of Chicago, 1934
12 518 Bakery & Confectionery Workers International Union of America, 1935
12 519 Baldwin, Jesse A., Circuit Court of Cook Co., 1914
12 520 Baldwin, Roger N., ca. 1915-ca.1935
12 521 Ballard, Thomas P., Ginn & Co. Publishers, 1894
12 522 Barber, C.H., Northfield Seminary, 1888-1892
12 523 Barnard, Harry, 1938
12 524 Barnes, Clifford W., Chicago Sunday Evening Club, 1931-1936
12 525 Barr, Norman B., Olivet Institute, 1925 -1936
12 526 Barrett, Fred W., 1934
12 527 Barstow, John, 1892
12 528 Bartelme, Mary M., Calling Cards, n.d.
12 529 Bartlett, Elsie Chandler, 1902-1907
12 530 Bartlett, Robert Merrill, First Church of Christ, 1938
12 531 Barton, James L., American Board of Commissions for Foreign Missions, 1906
12 532 Barton, William E., First Congregational Church, 1908
12 533 Bassett, Austin B., 1888-1892
12 534 Baumgardner, Burdette C., First Congregational Church, 1900
12 535 Beard, Augustus F. American Missionary Assoc., 1889-1932
12 536 Beach, H.P., School for Christian Workers, 1894
12 537 Beardslee, C., 1892, n.d.
12 538 Beckwith, C.A., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1908
12 539 Beeks, Gertrude, Welfare Department, The National Civic Federation, 1906
12 540 Bell, Edward Price, Chicago Daily News, 1913-1932
12 541 Bellamy, George A., Hiram House, 1923-1937
12 542 Berlet, Robert E., 1934
12 543 Bernard, L.L., Washington University St. Louis, Institute for Research in Social Science NC, 1928
12 544 Bernstein, Herman, Jewish Tribune, 1926
12 545 Blaisdell, James, Pomona College, 1927
12 546 Blaisdell, Joseph Arnold, Beloit College, 1892
12 547 Blaney, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D., 1919
12 548 Blatchford, E.W., Newberry Library, 1892
12 549 Blow, Adele, 1919-1920, n.d.
12 550 Boardman, George N., 1892
12 551 Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1938
12 552 Bock, Sidney, 1906
12 553 Bogan, William J., Board of Education, Chicago, 1930
12 554 Bogardus, Emory, University of Southern California, 1930
12 555 Bolitho, William, n.d.
12 556 Boller, B.F., 1930, n.d.
12 557 Booth, Henry Kendall, First Congregational Church, 1930-1937, n.d.
12 558 Bousk, Joseph R., 1917-1918
12 559 Bouton, C.B., Bouton & Co., 1896-1899
12 560 Bowen, A.L., Director, State of Illinois Dept. of Public Welfare, 1934-1937
12 561 Bowen, Mrs. Joseph T., Jane Addams Memorial Fund, 1911-1938
12 562 Bowers, Roy E., Lakewood Congregational Church, 1927-1930
12 563 Boyden, William C., 1907-1929
12 564 Brackett, Jeffery Richardson, Director, School for Social Workers, St. Catherine's School, 1906, n.d.
12 565 Brandon, Rodney H., Director, State of Illinois Dept. of Public Welfare, 1933
12 566 Breckenridge, Sophonisba P., Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, 1919-1938
12 567 Brinkerhoff, Cornelia B., 1873, n.d.
12 568 Brinkerhoff, T. Van Wyck, 1873, n.d.
12 569 Broad, John, [189-] ?
12 570 Brooks, Jesse W., Chicago Tract Society, 1906
12 571 Brooks, John Graham, 1928-1936
12 572 Brown, Anna, 1934
12 573 Brown, Edward J., 1911
12 574 Brown, Emily C., 1931
12 575 Brown, Minnie K., 1904
12 576 Bruce, Andrew A., American Crime Study Commission, [19--]?
12 577 Building Contractors' Council of Chicago, 1900
12 578 Burchard, Edward L., Educational Community Publicity, 1934-1936
12 579 Bundesen, Herman N., President, Chicago Board of Health, 1938
12 580 Burgess, Ernest W., University of Chicago, American Journal of Sociology, 1927-1937
12 581 Burgess, G.H., First Congregational Church, 1902
12 582 Burke, Joseph, Judge, Circuit Court of Cook Co., 1931-1936
12 583 Burnham, D.H., 1909
12 584 Burt, Henry F., Providence Community Fund, 1930
12 585 Burton, Nathaniel, 1887
13 586 Busse, Fred A., Mayor, City of Chicago, 1909-1910
13 587 Butler, Amos W., Indiana Society for Mental Hygiene, 1926-1932
13 588 Butler, Edward B., 1906
13 589 Butler, Francis P., 1909
13 590 Butler, Mrs. Hermon B., Hermon Beardsley Butler House, 1905-1937
13 591 Butterfield, Kenyon L., President, Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1912
13 592 Byington, Edwin H., 1892
13 593 Cabot, Richard C., 1937
13 594 Cady, George Luther, First Congregational Church, 1905
13 595 Cadawallader, Bernard, Columbian Council School Settlement, 1904
13 596 Calhoun, Lucy, n.d.
13 597 Campbell, J.M., 1898
13 598 Carey, John, 1906-1909
13 599 Capen, 1892
13 600 Capinille, Giovanni, Italian Community Meeting, 1924
13 601 Cannon, James G., Vice President, Fourth National Bank, 1892
13 602 Cannon, S.M., 1937
13 603 Carney, Chester S., 1904
13 604 Carpenter, Eli, 1888
13 605 Carpenter, Florence Annan, 1934
13 606 Carris, Martha E., 1937
13 607 Carson, Stanley, 1884
13 608 Case, Erastus E., [incomplete], 1909
13 609 Case, Rose Anne, 1902
13 610 Cashman, Robert, 1935
13 611 Cassettari, Rosa, Chicago Commons, 1937
13 612 Cavenee, Clark M., 1934
13 613 Cermak, A.J., Mayor, City of Chicago, (also one letter from Citizen's Association of Chicago), 1931-1933
13 614 Chalmers, William J., 1899
13 615 Chamberlain, E.M., 1903
13 616 Chamberlain, Frederic W., 1927-1934
13 617 Chamberlain, William I., The Board of Foreign Missions, 1930
13 618 Chambers, W., 1928
13 619 Chapman, Margaret E., (also Anna Quayle), 1934
13 620 Chatfield, Adele Blow, n.d.
13 621 Chesebrough, A., 1888
13 622 Chicago Association of Commerce, 1909-1913
13 623 Chicago Board of Education, 1906-1931
13 624 Chicago Community Trust, 1915-1916
13 625 Chicago Housing Commission, (Chicago Housing Association), 1919-1927
13 626 Chicago Lake Front and Park Defense Committee, 1935
13 627 Chicago Public Library, 1923-1938
13 628 City Club of Chicago, 1908-1930
13 629 Clapp, Julia, 193-?-1937
13 630 Clapper, Raymond, 1917
13 631 Clark, Francis E., 1888
13 632 Clark, Edith I., Students Christian Association, University of Michigan, 1902
13 633 Cleaveland, Willis M., 1892
13 634 Clements, Robert, Chicago Church Federation, 1934
13 635 Clyce, Minerva A., 1902
13 636 Cobb, Henry E., Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church, 1934-1938
13 637 Cobb, Henry, N., Board of Foreign Missions, Reformed Church in America, 1888
13 638 Cobb, O.E., 1875
13 639 Coe, George A., Northwestern University, 1907
13 640 Coffee, Rudolph I., Rabbi, 1913
13 641 Cole, George E., 1930
13 642 Collins, John C., Committee for Christian Workers, 1888
13 643 Collins, Winifred, Chicago Commons, 1909-1931
13 644 Coman, Katherine, 1903
13 645 Committee of Fifteen, 1914-1925
13 646 Community Service of Chicago, 1920
13 647 Condit, Henry J., First Congregational Church, 1921-1937
13 648 Congregational Home Missionary Society, 1909
13 649 Cooke, E. Ludlow, 1879-1880
13 650 Cooke, Flora Juliette, Francis W. Parker School, 1906-1935
13 651 Cooke, Lorrin A., 1892
13 652 Cooley, Charles H., University of Michigan, Sociology, 1928
13 653 Coolidge, Ellen, (also Anne Coolidge), 1934-1937
13 654 Coonley, Queene Ferry, (also Lydia Avery), 1910-1920
13 655 Cooper, Charles C., Director, Kingsley Association, 1921
13 656 Cooper, J.W., 1888-1892
13 657 Cordell, Henry E., 1933
13 658 Corwin, Edward Tanjore, 1888
13 659 Council for Social Action, Congregational and Christian Churches, 1937
13 660 Cragin, H.B., 1899
13 661 Crane, Charles R., (Also Cornelia Crane), 1911-1938
13 662 Crane, Richard, Dept. of State, 1917
13 663 Crawford, George Gordon, Carnegie Steel, Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Co., 1920, n.d.
13 664 Crosby, G.H., 1902
13 665 Cummins, Joseph, 1931
13 666 Cunningham, Mattie M., 1938
13 667 Currier, A.H., Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1894
13 668 Curtiss, Samuel Ives, 1891-1892
13 669 Curtiss, Samuel Ives, 1901-1902, n.d.
13 670 Cushing, E.B., 1917
13 671 Cuthbertson, Hugh A., 1932
13 672 Cutler, J.E., 1927
14 673 Darrow, Clarence, 1936, n.d.
14 674 Davidson, Carter, President, Knox College, 1936
14 675 Davidson, Mrs. C.L., n.d.
14 676 Davies, J. Frederick, 1907, n.d.
14 677 Davis, C.E., 1899
14 678 Davis, Edna O., Pasadena Settlement Association, 1937
14 679 Davis Nathan S., III, 1931
14 680 Davis, Ozora S. , Chicago Theological Seminary, (also Grace T. Davis), 1910-1931, n.d.
14 681 Dean, Edwin B., President, Doane College, 1930
14 682 DeForest, Charlotte B., President, Kobe College, Japan, 1931
14 683 Deneen, C.S., Governor of Illinois, 1905-1911
14 684 Dennis, Charles H., Editor, Chicago Daily News, 1905-1937
14 685 Dennis, Rodney, 1892
14 686 Dever, William E., Mayor of Chicago, 1923-1926, n.d.
14 687 Devin, Mrs. Alice Shane, 1925
14 688 Devine, Edward T., Charities and the Commons, 1907-1937, n.d. n.d.
14 689 DeWitt, William C., Western Theological Seminary, 1921
14 690 Dickie, Gordon, Union College of British Columbia, 1940
14 691 Dike, Samuel Warren, 1892
14 692 Dillard, Irving, Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1935
14 693 Dingills, B., 1922
14 694 Dixon, Elizabeth S., 1938
14 695 Dodge, George P., 1899
14 696 Donnelley, Thomas E., 1936
14 697 Doolittle, J.S., 1888
14 698 Dougherty, Lucy, 1931
14 699 Dowd, Quincy L., (also Nellie Dowd), 1902-1930
14 700 Downer, Harry, Friendly House, 1935
14 701 Dresser, Jennie M., 1930
14 702 Dudley, H.M., American University, 1931
14 703 Dummer, Ethel S., Institute for Juvenile Research, 1934
14 704 Dunbar, Francis J., University of Michigan, 1902
14 705 Duncan, Thomas, Hudson River Water Power and Paper Co., 1892
14 706 Duncan-Clark, Blanche, (also Carlyle Duncan-Clark), 1938
14 707 Duncan-Clark, Samuel John, Editor, Chicago Evening Post, 1921-1936
14 708 Dunlop, James J., Fourth Congregational Church, 1915
14 709 Durand, E. Dana, U.S. Industrial Commission, 1901
14 710 Eastman, Fred, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1928-1931
14 711 Eastman, Joseph, Member, Yoke Fellows, (incomplete), 1889-1897
14 712 Eaves, George, Anti-Tuberculosis Association of Jefferson Co., Alabama Christmas Seals Committee, 1913
14 713 Eddy, Florence R., 1936-1937
14 714 Elderkin, Noble Strong, Pilgrim Congregational Church, First Congregational Church, 1928-1936
14 715 Elkus, Abram I., Free Synagogue, 1924
14 716 Elliott, John Lovejoy, Society for Ethical Culture in the City of New York, 1928-1936
14 717 Ellis, Frederick W., 1908
14 718 Elting, Howard, 1915-1937
14 719 Elting, Victor, American Protective League, 1918-1921, n.d.
14 720 Erickson, Alfred O., 1938
14 721 Eubank, Earle, University of Cincinnati, Sociology, 1926
14 722 Ewing, Charles Hull, 1908
14 723 Falkenau, Victor, Falkenau & Brother, Builders, 1899-1900
14 724 Farwell, Arthur Burrage, President, Chicago Law and Order League, Secretary, Hyde Park Protective Assoc., 1926
14 725 Farwell, John Villiers, 1899-1930
14 726 Farwell, Harriet S., [1930?]
14 727 Favill, Henry Baird, 1911
14 728 Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1909-1924
14 729 Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, Housing, 1936
14 730 Fenning, _?, 1888
14 731 Ferris, Albert Warren, State Commission in Lunacy, 1908-1909
14 732 Ferris, Ralph H., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1908
14 733 Ferry, Deborah S., Chicago Commons Board of Trustees, 1913-1923
14 734 Field, John S., Knickerbocker Ice Co., 1899
14 735 Field, Mary Goodrich, Director, Chicago Commons Girls Clubs, 1902-1907
14 736 Filene, Edward A., William Filene Sons Co., 1906
14 737 Finley, John H., New York Times, 1936
14 738 Fisk, Charles L., Congregational Education Society, 1931
14 739 Fisk, Franklin W., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1892
14 740 Fitz-Hugh, Carter H., Fitz-Hugh & Company, 1899
14 741 Flack, G.K., Director, Chicago Tract Society, 1926
14 742 Flexner, Bernard, 1918
14 743 Folds, Buck , 1925
14 744 Foley, Edna L., Superintendent, Visiting Nurse Assoc. of Chicago, 1920
14 745 Folks, Homer, State Charities Aid Assoc., 1934-1937
14 746 Folsom, William R., Chicago Commons, Board of Trustees, n.d.
14 747 Forbes, S.R., (to Leah Taylor), 1892
14 748 Ford, Henry, Henry Ford Motor Co., 1915
14 749 Forgan, David R., President, Union National Bank of Chicago, 1899
14 750 Forshee, W.E., 1936
14 751 Fox, Frank, Kansas Christian Endeavor Union, 1902
14 752 Fox, George A., 1903
14 753 Fox, Paul, 1934
14 754 Frelinghuysen, Dumont, 1880
14 755 Friedman, Herbert J., 1931
14 756 Funk, C.S., 1913-1928
14 757 Gage, W.L., n.d.
14 758 Gale, Caroline, 1902
14 759 Gale, Irma Reed, 1902
15 760 Galt, Alexander, Buffalo Public Library, NY, 1934
15 761 Galt, T.F., Iowa Vocational Guidance Assoc., 1932
15 762 Gammon, Robert W., Congregational Education Society, 1928-1936
15 763 Gannett, Alice P., Goodrich Social Settlement, 1936
15 764 Gardner, A., 1888
15 765 Garretson, G.R., 1892
15 766 Garrigues, Mary, 1902
15 767 Gaskill, Geraldine S., (also Loren B.), 1931
15 768 Gates, C.F., 1887
15 769 Gavit, John Palmer, 1900-1938
15 770 Geddes, Patrick, n.d.
15 771 Geer, C.M., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1892-1930
15 772 Gibson, George Howard, 1927
15 773 Gilbert, George H., 1892
15 774 Gilbert, N.C., 1928-1931, n.d.
15 775 Gilkey, Charles Whitney, Hyde Park Baptist Church, University of Chicago, University Chapel, 1934-1935, n.d.
15 776 Gillett, Arthur Lincoln, 1892
15 777 Gillett, E.B., 1900
15 778 Gillette, Alice, 1930
15 779 Gillette, Edwin C., Superintendent, Congregational Church Extension Boards, 1933
15 780 Gillette, Henry J., 1887-1892
15 781 Gillette, John M., University of North Dakota, Sociology, 1910-1938
15 782 Gillette, Mary P., 1930-1938
15 783 Gillin, University of Wisconsin, Sociology, 1930-1931
15 784 Gilman, Arthur E., Toledo Chamber of Commerce, 1920
15 785 Gilroy, William E., Plymouth Congregational Church, Advance, 1920-1936
15 786 Gilson, Juliette, 1924
15 787 Gladden, Washington, First Congregational Church, 1911-1914
15 788 Gleason, C.W., (to Bro. Winch), 1888
15 789 Glenn, John M., Russell Sage Foundation, 1920-1938
15 790 Glover, Dawson Coleman, 1920
15 791 Goddard, Dwight, 1903
15 792 Goddard, John Calvin, 1892
15 793 Goldsbury, Royal S., 1930
15 794 Gole, Clarence R., (to Mr. Nash), 1888
15 795 Goodell, J.H., Hartford Theological Seminary, 1888
15 796 Gordon, Edgar B., 1913-1931
15 797 Gordon, Edna, 1931-1937, n.d.
15 798 Gordon, John, Second Congregational Church, 1933
15 799 Gosselin, Grace H., 1932
15 800 Grant, F., Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1934
15 801 Graves, William C., 1913
15 802 Gray, John, University of Minnesota, 1908
15 803 Green, Maxwell S., 1930
15 804 Greene, Mrs. J. Henry, 1923
15 805 Greene, Jacob L., Connecticut Mutual Life, 1892
15 806 Greenwood, Victor L., 1929
15 807 Griggs, L.C., 1934
15 808 Gron, Gertrude, (to Miss Hawkins), n.d.
15 809 Guck, Homer, President, Chicago Herald and Examiner, 1935-1936
15 810 Guran, Charles?, n.d.
15 811 Gunsaulus, F.W., President, Armour Institute of Technology, 1895-1916
15 812 Guthrie, Catherine, Head Resident, Bethel Settlement, 1903
15 813 Hadden, Clarence W., Boys' Busy Life Club, 1909-1927
15 814 Halbert, L.A., Head Worker, Bethel, 1907
15 815 Hall, George A., 1886-1888
15 816 Hall, Helen, President, National Federation of Settlements, 1934, n.d.
15 817 Hall, John M., President, Bay View System of Popular Education, 1898
15 818 Hamill, Charles H., 1938
15 819 Hamilton, Margaret L., 1931, n.d.
15 820 Hansel, John W., Secretarial Institute and Training School, 1897
15 821 Hardenbergh, Catherine, n.d.
15 822 Hardy, Edwin N., n.d.
15 823 Hardy, W., 1934
15 824 Harlan, Richard D., 1928
15 825 Harper, Edward T., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1906-1908
15 826 Harper, William Rainey, President, University of Chicago, 1892-1905
15 827 Harris, Thomas L., West Virginia University, 1937
15 828 Harrison, Carter H., Mayor of Chicago, 1912-1936
15 829 Harrison, Shelby M., Russell Sage Foundation, 1912-1926
15 830 Hart, Hastings, H., Russell Sage Foundation, 1926-1931
15 831 Hart, William Reese, Faith-Van Vorst Reformed Church, 1938
15 832 Hartranft, Chester David, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1887-1892
15 833 Hastings, Allen, 1892
15 834 Hatch, David P., 1892
15 835 Hawkins, Mabel, Secretary, Chicago Commons, 1935
15 836 Hawley, Edna M., 1902
15 837 Heaps, Allison Ray, New England Congregational Church, 1916
15 838 Hefferan, Helen M. , Board of Education, Chicago, (to Arthur Kellogg), 1934
15 839 Hegner, Mrs. Bertha Hofer, Pestalozzi-Froebel Kindergarten Training School, Chicago Commons, 1907
15 840 Hegner, Herman F., 1937-1938
15 841 Heinz, Henry J., , Heinz Co., (also Howard Heinz), 1915
15 842 Henderson, C.R., 1907
15 843 Herring, Hubert C., Congregational Home Missionary Society, 1908
15 844 Herron, George D., Iowa College, Dept. of Applied Christianity, 1894
15 845 Hersey, George M., 1892
15 846 Herrick, Zellah D., n.d.
15 847 Hicks, Lerois? W., Northfield Seminary, 1888-1928
15 848 Higgins, Mrs. Emerson P., n.d.
15 849 Hill, Mary A., Normal College Alumnae Settlement, 1905-1909
15 850 Hill, Caroline M., 1937
15 851 Hillman, Sideny, President, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1930
15 852 Hine, S., 1892
15 853 Hodes, Barnet, City of Chicago Law Department, 1938
15 854 Hodges, Alpheus C., Editor, Our Country Church, 1892
15 855 Hodges, J.A., 1892
15 856 Hodgkins, Alice M., 1903
15 857 Hollander, Sidney J., Chicago Commons, 1936, n.d.
15 858 Hollister?, Frederick M., 1902
15 859 Holman, Aileen, 1902
15 860 Holt, Arthur E., Congregational Education Society, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1923-1938
15 861 Holt, Hamilton, Editor, Independent, 1897
15 862 Hooper, Bertha Freeman, 1919
15 863 Hopkins, C. Howard, Yale University, 1936
15 864 Hopkins, Cara M., (also A.W. Hopkins), [1925?]
15 865 Horner, Henry, Governor of Illinois, 1933-1938
16 866 Horton, Roscoe, President, Standard Lumbar Co., 1930
16 867 Hotchkiss, Willard E., University of Minnesota, Armour Institute of Technology, 1918-1937
16 868 Howe, Daniel R., 1884-1892
16 869 Howe, Harriet M., 1930-1938
16 870 Hubbard, Henry M., 1904-1916
16 871 Hubbard, Louise S., 1917-1925, n.d.
16 872 Hule, Winston, (to Herbert Friedman), 1931
16 873 Humphrey, H.B., 1930-1932
16 874 Humphrey, Julia E., 1930
16 875 Hunter, David M., 1905
16 876 Hunter J. DuBois, Theological Seminary, Auburn, NY, 1905-1938, n.d.
16 877 Hunter, Pleasant, (to Nash), 1887
16 878 Hunter, Robert, University Settlement Society, 1903
16 879 Hurley, Edward N., Chicago Centennial, 1926
16 880 Hurley, Timothy D., 1907
16 881 Husslein, Joseph, National Catholic Weekly, 1927
16 882 Hutchins, Fannie C., Oberlin College, 1937
16 883 Hutchinson, Louisa D., 1892
16 884 Hutchinson, Paul, Christian Century, 1933
16 885 Hyde, E.R., (also to Miss Hyde), 1886-1892, n.d.
16 886 Ickes, Harold, Secretary of the Interior, 1935-1937
16 887 Illinois, Board of State Commissioners of State Charities, 1909
16 888 Illinois Emergency Relief Commission, 1934-1935
16 889 Illinois Northern Hospital for the Insane, 1906
16 890 Illinois State Penitentiary, 1908-1917
16 891 Illinois State Training School for Girls, 1906
16 892 Illinois Vigilance Association, 1908
16 893 Inglis, Agnes, Labadie Collection, University of Michigan, 1936
16 894 Ingram, Frances, Neighborhood House, 1937
16 895 International Harvester Company, 1906
16 896 Irving, George B., (to Victor F. Lawson), 1917
16 897 Isaak, A., 1919-1934
16 898 Iverson, A.M., n.d.
16 899 Jackson, A.L., Provident Hospital and Training School, 1934
16 900 Jacobs, Frederick H., Fourth Congregational Church, 1936-1937
16 901 Jacobs, H.H., Hanover Street Congregational Church, 1902
16 902 Jacobs, U.W., 1892
16 903 James, C.L., 1892
16 904 James, J.S., 1892
16 905 Jenkins, Elizabeth, 1902
16 906 Jenkins, Newton, 1924
16 907 Jennings, Kenneth Q., Editor, Sunday Times, 1936
16 908 Jerome, Frank, (also Mrs. Frank Jerome), n.d.
16 909 Jeske, Nicolas, 1915-1918, n.d.
16 910 John and Wife, 1892
16 911 John F. Cuneo Company, 1937
16 912 Johnson, Alexander, National Conference of Charities and Correction, 1906-1936
16 913 Johnson, James Gibson, 1888
16 914 Johnson, Mrs. Edwin T., 1931
16 915 Johnson, Oscar, 1936
16 916 Johnston, Alexander, Princeton College, 1888
16 917 Johnstone, Bruce, 1931
16 918 Jones, Augustine, First Congregational Church, 1936, n.d.
16 919 Jones, David P., President, David P. Jones and Co., 1908
16 920 Jones, Henry D., Dodge Community House, 1936
16 921 Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, Abraham Lincoln Center, 1910-1913
16 922 Juvenile Protective Association, 1916
16 923 Kedzie, A.S., 1892-1894
16 924 Keeley, J., Editor, Chicago Herald, n.d.
16 925 Kegel, Arnold H., Department of Health, Chicago, 1929
16 926 Kellogg, George F., 1887-1914, n.d.
16 927 Kellor, Frances A., University of Chicago, n.d.
16 928 Kelly, Edward J., Mayor of Chicago, 1933-1937
16 929 Kelsey, Carl, University of Pennsylvania, 1913
16 930 Kelsey, Henry H., 1888-1893
16 931 Kelsey, Will, Berkley Temple, 1892
16 932 Kennedy, Albert J., National Federation of Settlements, 1930-1936
16 933 Kent, William, , U.S. Senator, California, (also Elizabeth Kent), 1899-1929
16 934 Kernan, Lizzie, [19--?]
16 935 Kerr, Mrs. G.M., 1934
16 936 Kincheld, S.C., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1936
16 937 King, Hoyt, 1931
16 938 Kingman, John M., Federation of Neighborhood Houses, n.d.
16 939 Kingsley, Sherman C., Director, Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund, 1914-1917
16 940 Kinley, David, Dean, University of Illinois Graduate School, 1909
16 941 Kirchwey, George W., New York School of Social Work, 1926
16 942 Knapp, George L., 1937-1938
16 943 Kneeland, George J., American Vigilance Association, 1913
16 944 Knight, E.H., 1892
16 945 Knox, Frank, Chicago Daily News, 1932-1936
16 946 Knox, Robert, 1921
16 947 Koptik, Elinor, 1938
17 948 Labaree, Benjamin, 1892
17 949 Langworthy, Mary, (also B. Frank Langworthy), 1934
17 950 Lasker, Bruno, 1927
17 951 Lathrop, G., Wayfarers, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., 1921
17 952 Lathrop, Julia C., U.S. Department of Labor, Children's Bureau, 1918-1932
17 953 Lawrence, Glenford W., Chicago Commons, 1928-1938
17 954 Lawrence, Mary L., Neighborhood House, 1904
17 955 Lawson, Victor F., Chicago Record, Chicago Daily News, 1900-1920
17 956 Learned, H. Barrett, 1930
17 957 Leatherbee, Robert W., 1915-1917
17 958 Lee, Porter R., New York School of Social Work, 1920-1927
17 959 Lerrigo, George, 1937
17 960 Lester, Muriel, n.d.
17 961 Levie Shoe Company, 1910
17 962 Lewis, J. Hamilton, 1932
17 963 Lewis, J.P., Pratt & Cady Co., 1892
17 964 Lighty, W.H., Self-Culture Hall Assoc., n.d.
17 965 Lindorme, C.A.F., n.d.
17 966 Linn, James Weber, 1935
17 967 Lippiner, Florence H., 1931
17 968 Little, G.J., National Council of Young Men's Christian Associations, 1930
17 969 Loesch, Frank J., 1937-1938
17 970 Logan, Frank G., 1899
17 971 Loomis, S.L., [1888?]
17 972 Lord, D.M., 1899
17 973 Lovejoy, Owen R., National Child Labor Committee, Children's Aid Society, American Youth Commission, 1907-1928
17 974 Lowden, Frank Orren, Governor of Illinois, 1899-1931
17 975 Lyman, Harvey A., 1900
17 976 Lynch, Viola M., Central Council of Childhood Education Centennial Committee, 1927
17 977 McAfee, Leom, (also Clauda McAfee), 1938
17 978 MacChesney, Nathan William, 1902
17 979 McClaughry, R.W., United States Penitentiary, Leavenworth, 1910-1914
17 980 McConville, William J., City Police Court, 1892
17 981 McCormick, Katharine D., (Mrs. Stanley McCormick), 1913-1935
17 982 McCormick, Medill, Chicago Tribune, 1909
17 983 McCormick, Nettie F., 1913-1921
17 984 McCormick, Stanley, 1899-1904
17 985 McCreery, Agnes, 1937
17 986 McCulloch, Catherine Waugh, 1936-1938
17 987 McCulloch, Frank, 1899-1936
17 988 McCutcheon, John, 1937
17 989 McDaniel, G.H., Enterprise Institute, 1909
17 990 MacDonald, Anne M., 1931
17 991 McDowell, Malcolm, Chicago Daily News, 1932
17 992 McDowell, Mary E., Chicago Department of Public Welfare, University of Chicago Settlement, 1926-1930, n.d.
17 993 McElhone, James, 1921-1934
17 994 McEvoy, Harry K., 1938
17 995 MacFarland, Charles S., Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1931
17 996 McGee, Clyde, 1932
17 997 McGiffert, Arthur Cushman, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1937-1938
17 998 McGoorty, John, Superior Court of Cook County, 1937
17 999 McGriffin, John, 1892
17 1000 McKeith, David, Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 1938
17 1001 Mackenzie, W. Douglas, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1906
17 1002 McKey, Frank M., 1931
17 1003 McKinley, William B., United States Senate, 1920
17 1004 MacLean, Lulu, 1930
17 1005 McMahon, Ernest E., Rutgers Alumni Association, 1935
17 1006 Macmillan, Lincoln, Chicago Daily News, 1936
17 1007 McNaughton, H.H., McNaughton Foundry, 1906
17 1008 McNull, George W., Progressive Home Builders, 1926
17 1009 McRoberts, Mary, Chicago Commons Women's Club, 1931
17 1010 Mabon, William, Superintendent, Manhattan State Hospital, 1909
17 1011 Mack, Julian W., U.S. Court House, 1938
17 1012 Macomber, E.C., 1880-1892, n.d.
17 1013 Macy, H., Hartford Theological Seminary, 1892
17 1014 Magnusson, Louise, Chicago Commons Women's Club, 1938
17 1015 Marley, C., 1914
17 1016 Marriot, Victor E., Chicago Congregational Union, 1934-1936
17 1017 Marryott, Franklin J., 1937
17 1018 Marsh, George L., School of Religion, Greece, 1931
17 1019 Marsh, H., 1882-1886
17 1020 Marsh, William D., 1899
17 1021 Marshall, John K., 1899
17 1022 Marshall, L.C., University of Chicago, 1920
17 1023 Marshall, S., 1937
17 1024 Martin, Yoke Fellows, 1888-1889
17 1025 Martin, Mrs. Franklin, 1937
17 1026 Martinsen, Petrina, 1934
18 1027 Mastro-Valerio, Alessandro, Editor, LaTribuna Italiana Trans-Atlantica, 1927
18 1028 Matthews, Lois, [1937?]
18 1029 Matthiessen, F.W., 1914
18 1030 Matz, Mary L., 1908
18 1031 Matz, Rudolph, 1913-1916
18 1032 Maurer, Irving, First Congregational Church, 1919
18 1033 Maxwell, George, Hockanum Company, 1888
18 1034 Maynard Family, 1934-1938, n.d.
18 1035 Mears, Oliver, 1892
18 1036 Mecartney, Harry S., 1899
18 1037 Meeker, Arthur, Armour & Company, 1906
18 1038 Meinzer, O.E., 1903
18 1039 Merriam, Charles E., University of Chicago, Alderman, 1915-1938
18 1040 Merrill, Charles C., Congregational Conference of Illinois, 1926, n.d.
18 1041 Metcalf, Edith E., 1900
18 1042 Metcalf, Henry K., 1930
18 1043 Methodist Episcopal Church, 1936
18 1044 Methven, Emily V., 1912
18 1045 Mills, Charles S., 1892
18 1046 Mills, George Sherman, 1936
18 1047 Mitchell, Edwin Knox, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1892-1930
18 1048 Mitchell, John J., 1937
18 1049 Mochizuki, K., 1921?
18 1050 Mock, Harry, n.d.
18 1051 Moffatt, Ellen, 1900
18 1052 Monk, Isa M., 1902
18 1053 Monroe, William S., 1936
18 1054 Montgomery, B.E., Oberlin Kindergarten Training School, 1902
18 1055 Montgomery, Edith C., (also Verner), 1931-1937
18 1056 Montgomery, John R., 1908-1931
18 1057 Montgomery, Louise, Welcome Hall, University of Chicago Settlement, 1902-1915
18 1058 Moody, Walter D., Chicago Plan Commission, 1913
18 1059 Moore, Edward Roberts, Catholic Charities, 1927
18 1060 Moore, Frank L., Congregational Home Missionary Society, 1914
18 1061 Moore, Fred Atkins, Adult Education Council of Chicago, 1934
18 1062 Moore, Katherine, 1907
18 1063 Morgan, Arthur, 1938, n.d.
18 1064 Morgan, Lucy, (Mrs. Arthur E.), 1937
18 1065 Morley, Charles, 1917
18 1066 Morris, J.O., 1923
18 1067 Morse, J.H., 1921
18 1068 Morton , Dennis, 1888?
18 1069 Moss, Joseph L., Juvenile Court of Cook County, Bureau of Public Welfare, 1920-1938
18 1070 Motley, Maude, 1930
18 1071 Mott, John R., President, World's Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations, 1932
18 1072 Mowrer, Paul Scott, Chicago Daily News, 1934-1938
18 1073 Mullenbach Family, 1918-1937, n.d.
18 1074 Murphy, Samuel D., Juvenile Court of Jefferson County, 1913-1930
18 1075 Murray, David, 1894
18 1076 Murrell, Victor A.G., 1932
18 1077 Nall, Darl O., 1937
18 1078 Namaye, T., (also T. Namae), Bureau for Local Affairs, Tokyo, 1920-1931, n.d.
18 1079 Nash, C.S., 1892
18 1080 Nash, G.W., Yankton College, 1930
18 1081 National Conference of Social Work, 1919
18 1082 National Consumers' League, 1933
18 1083 National Council of Congregational Churches, Commission on Social Service, 1913-1921
18 1084 National Economic League, 1918
18 1085 National Hospital Record, 1906-1917
18 1086 Nelson, Charles M., 1937
18 1087 Nestor, Agnes, Chicago Women's Trade Union League, [1934?]
18 1088 Neumann, Leopold, United Societies for Local Self Government and Liberty League, 1914
18 1089 Nevin, Hugh W., All-American Feature Service, 1931
18 1090 Nichols, John R., Chicago City Missionary Society, 1925
18 1091 Nichols, William S., 1888
18 1092 Noble, Arthur, 1934
18 1093 Noda, Shunsaku, 1917
18 1094 Noland, J.C., 1902
18 1095 North, Frank Mason, New York City Church Extension and Missionary Society, 1908-1910
18 1096 Norton, R.H., Acme Steel Goods Co., 1918-1920
18 1097 O'Brien, Edward F., 1892
18 1098 O'Brien, John R., 1893
18 1099 O'Connell, Robert C., Superior Court of Illinois, Cook County, 1936
18 1100 O'Connor, Kate F., 1900
18 1101 O'Flaherty, Hal, Chicago Daily News, 1937
18 1102 Ogden, G.B., 1916
18 1103 Okada, Tadahiko, Governor, Saitama Prefecture, Japan, 1920-1921
18 1104 O'Keeffe, Patrick James, 1918-1931
18 1105 Osborne, Cyrus A., Unity, Congress of Religion, Union Theological College, 1907-1931
18 1106 Osgood, Anna, 1902
18 1107 Otsuka, Shiroshi, South Manchuria Railway Company, 1917-1920
18 1108 Otto, F.W., American Hotel Register Company, 1923
18 1109 Ozanne, Charles E., 1913-1926, n.d.
19 1110 Packard, E.N., 1894
19 1111 Palmer, Albert W., Yale University, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1903-1937
19 1112 Palmer, George T., Illinois Tuberculosis Association, 1920
19 1113 Palmer, Ross B., 1937
19 1114 Parker, E.P., 1888-1910
19 1115 Parsons, Mary R., 1937
19 1116 Patterson, Ivan , Unity House, 1905?
19 1117 Patton, Carl S., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1930
19 1118 Patton, Cornelius H., American Board of Commission for Foreign Missions, 1912
19 1119 Patton, Ellie F., 1932
19 1120 Patton, Robert W., 1921
19 1121 Patton, William W., Glen Ridge Congregational Church, 1881-1935
19 1122 Payson, Edward, Payson Manufacturing Company, Payson Gardens, 1899-1938
19 1123 Peabody, Francis G., 1927-1930
19 1124 Peabody, Gertrude W., n.d.
19 1125 Peabody, Henry, 1937
19 1126 Pease, Marion C., Welcome Hall, n.d.
19 1127 Peck, Lillian M., National Federation of Settlements, 1934-1936
19 1128 Pennewell, Almer, St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church, 1934
19 1129 Perkins, Frances, Secretary of Labor, 1905-1934
19 1130 Perkins, Lucy Faith, 1936
19 1131 Perry, A.T., (incomplete), 1892, n.d.
19 1132 Philippine Islands, 1922
19 1133 Phillips, Hattie C., 1902
19 1134 Phillips, Watson L., Church of the Redeemer, 1903
19 1135 Pierce, J.B., 1880-1892, n.d.
19 1136 Piez, Charles, Link-Belt Company, 1910
19 1137 Pittman, Hudson H., First Congregational Church, 1932
19 1138 Plumb, Albert H., Jr., 1892
19 1139 Plumb, Mary, 1903
19 1140 Pomeroy, Agnes Blush, 1934
19 1141 Pond, Allen B., Pond & Pond Architects, 1900-1920
19 1142 Porter, Melvin P., New York Life Insurance, 1903
19 1143 Post, Alice, 1931-1934
19 1144 Potter, Rockwell Harmon, Center Church House, 1913
19 1145 Power , R., Law School of Harvard University, 1927?
19 1146 Powers, William S., Rutgers Alumni Association, 1938
19 1147 Pratt, Dwight M., Williston Congregational Church, 1888-1892
19 1148 Pratt, Lewellyn, 1888-1892
19 1149 Pratt, Nathaniel M., Village Congregational Church, 1931-1937
19 1150 Pratt, Waldo S., Hartford Seminary Record, 1892-1936
19 1151 Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Chicago (Stone), [1934?]
19 1152 Price, Mary W., 1904-1937
19 1153 Ramsey, Alice, 1912-1914, n.d.
19 1154 Rawson, Carrie C., [1936?]
19 1155 Rawson, Edith K., n.d.
19 1156 Rawson, F.H., Union Trust Company, 1909-1911
19 1157 Rawson, Katharine, 1938
19 1158 Rawson, Vance, 1937
19 1159 Raven, John H., Theological Seminary, 1934
19 1160 Ray, Hal S., Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, 1925
19 1161 Reed, Charles E., National Recreation Association, 1920-1930
19 1162 Reed, David Allen, School for Christian Workers, 1892
19 1163 Reitman, Ben, 1931
19 1164 Remisoff, Nicolas, (also Sophia Remisoff), 1928
19 1165 Reoch, Jane A., (also Reoch Family), 1898-1937, n.d., [1938?]
19 1166 Reynolds, James B., University Settlement, 1894
19 1167 Reynolds, Wilfred S., Illinois Children's Home and Aid Society, Council of Social Agencies of Chicago, 1920-1937
19 1168 Rhees, Rush, President, Rochester University, 1892
19 1169 Rich, Adena Miller, Hull House, 1935
19 1170 Ridings, Edward J., First Congregational Church, 1914
19 1171 Rife, Marvin, Chicago Commons, 1937-1938
19 1172 Riggs, Ernest W., President, Anatolia College, 1937
19 1173 Roach, Thomas, (also Mrs. Thomas Roach), 1908-1915, n.d.
19 1174 Robbins, Jane E., 1927, n.d.
19 1175 Robins, Margaret Dreier, 1910-1937
19 1176 Robins, Raymond, 1914-1938
19 1177 Rockne, Knute K., University of Notre Dame, 1930
19 1178 Romano, Antonio, 1934
19 1179 Rood, H.H., 1904
19 1180 Rosenthal, Benjamin J., Chicago Housing Association, 1919-1934
19 1181 Rosenthal, Lessing, 1926-1938
19 1182 Rosenwald Family Association, 1929-1934
19 1183 Rosenwald, Julius, (also Rosenwald Family), Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1910-1931
19 1184 Rothermel, John J., 1934
19 1185 Russell, Don, Chicago Daily News, 1937-1938
19 1186 Rutgers College Alumni Association, 1925
19 1187 Ryan, _?, 1900
19 1188 Ryerson, Edward L., Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, 1906-1927, n.d.
19 1189 Ryerson, Edward L., Jr., 1934-1937
19 1190 Ryerson, Mrs. E.L., n.d.
20 1191 Sand, Rene, 1928
20 1192 Sanders, Frank K., Yale University, 1903
20 1193 Sandford, E.B., 1923
20 1194 Savage, G.S.F., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1892
20 1195 Schaffner, Margaret, Northwestern University Settlement, 1902
20 1196 Schulz, Otto, M. Schulz Co., 1917
20 1197 Schwartz, Charles P., 1937
20 1198 Schwartz, S.D., Emil G. Hirsch Center, 1938
20 1199 Scott, Elmer, Civic Federation of Dallas, 1926
20 1200 Scott, Donald, 1938
20 1201 Scott, Frank H., 1927
20 1202 Scott, H.M., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1892-1908
20 1203 Scott, Helen, 1934-1936
20 1204 Scott, J.J., 1906-1907
20 1205 Scott, John W., 1909
20 1206 Scott, Walter Dill, Northwestern University, 1934
20 1207 Scully, Alexander B., President, Scully Steel & Iron Co., (also one letter from John B. Scully), 1899-1910
20 1208 Seabury, Emma Playter, n.d.?
20 1209 Sears, Amelia, United Charities of Chicago, 1920-1930
20 1210 Sein , Elmer, Sears, Roebuck & Co., 1906?
20 1211 Seman, Mrs. Phillip, Chicago Womans Aid, 1934
20 1212 Shaffer, Alice C., 1937
20 1213 Shaffert, W.H., Dorchester House, 1934
20 1214 Shannon, Thomas V., Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, 1920-1938
20 1215 Shaw, Albert, American Review of Reviews, 1913
20 1216 Shearer, Augustus, (also Inez Rogers Shearer), 1931
20 1217 Sheldon, Charles M., Central Congregational Church, 1917-1937
20 1218 Sheldon, Harry D., 1935-1937
20 1219 Sheridan, Emily, n.d.
20 1220 Sherrill, A.F., Atlanta Theological Seminary, 1924
20 1221 Shipman, Frank R., Atlanta Theological Seminary, 1892
20 1222 Shulter , _?, Church of the Redeemer, n.d.?
20 1223 Shurtleff, G.K., Young Men's Christian Association, 1906
20 1224 Siedenburg, Frederic, Loyola University, University of Detroit, 1928-1936
20 1225 Sikes, Madeleine W., 1931
20 1226 Silcox, C.E., Social Service Council of Canada, 1936
20 1227 Simkhovitch, Mrs. V.G., Greenwich House, 1931
20 1228 Simonds, Mabel, 1903
20 1229 Simpson, Mabel P., Young People's Civic Council, 1936
20 1230 Sims, Edwin W., Chicago Vice Commission, 1912
20 1231 Sinclair, A., National Cash Register Company, 1906
20 1232 Singleton, Shelby M., Legislative Voters League, Citizen's Association, 1924-1937
20 1233 Skinner, E.M., Wilson Brothers, 1926
20 1234 Sleppery, Mrs. J.W., 1918
20 1235 Small, Albion W., University of Chicago, 1894
20 1236 Smith, Clayton F., Board of Commissioners of Cook County, Illinois, 1934-1938
20 1237 Smith, Fred B., International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations, World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1913-1932
20 1238 Smith, George Williamson, Trinity College, 1892
20 1239 Smith, Harry Dwight, Sherwin-Williams Co., 1906
20 1240 Smith, Henry Justin, Chicago Daily News, 1930-1933
20 1241 Smith, James A., 1892
20 1242 Snell, Heber C., Latter-Day Saints' Institute, 1937
20 1243 Snell, L.W., First Congregational Church, 1902
20 1244 Snyder, Ellen, Elm Street Settlement, 1897
20 1245 Solomon, Hanna G., (also Helen S. Levy), 1934
20 1246 Sonneborn, Paul F., 1935
20 1247 Souer, Michael, 1887-1893, n.d.
20 1248 Spalding, Frederick C., 1934
20 1249 Sparks, Dorothy E., Chicago Recreation Commission, 1938
20 1250 Spinka, Matthew, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1932-1936
20 1251 Sprague, A.A., Department of Public Works, 1926-1938
20 1252 Sprowls, Thomas Willard, 1936
20 1253 Stansbury, Margaret, Franklin St. Settlement, 1902
20 1254 Starr, Ellen Gates, Holy Child Convent, 1936
20 1255 Stauffer, Milton, second Reformed Church, 1932
20 1256 Stead, F. Herbert, Robert Browning Settlement, 1913-1918
20 1257 Steele, Catherine F., n.d.
20 1258 Steele, _?, 1877
20 1259 Steiner, Edward A., Grinnell College, 1937-1938
20 1260 Stern, Julius, 1913
20 1261 Stern, Marion R., 1934
20 1262 Stevens, Horton, 1931
20 1263 Stewart, Ethelbert, 1912
20 1264 Stillson, Alice F., 1937
20 1265 Stimson , Henry A., 1892?
20 1266 Stoddart, Evelyn L., 1906
20 1267 Stone, Judson F., 1917
20 1268 Stoneman, Albert H., South End House, 1934
20 1269 Storms, Emma G., 1931-1936
20 1270 Strawson, Arthur J., 1920
20 1271 Stringham, Mrs. E.B., 1930
20 1272 Strong, J.H., 1934
20 1273 Strong, Josiah, American Institute of Social Service, 1913
20 1274 Strong, W.E., 1888, n.d.
20 1275 Strong, Walter G., Chicago Daily News, 1927
20 1276 Stullken, Edward H., Montefiore Special School, 1931-1934
20 1277 Sumner, Walter T., Chicago Vice Commission, Bishop of Oregon, 1910-1921
20 1278 Sunday School Journal, 1923
20 1279 Sullivan, William, 1934
21 1280 Survey, 1910-1922
21 1281 Survey, 1923-1929
21 1282 Survey, 1930-1933
21 1283 Survey, 1934-1935
21 1284 Survey, 1936-1938
21 1285 Sutherland, Douglas, Civic Federation and Bureau of Public Efficiency, 1934-1935
21 1286 Sutliff, Phebe, 1934-1935
21 1287 Susan, Alfred, Council for Social Action, n.d.
21 1288 Swope, Mary, (also Gerard Swope), 1934
21 1289 Taft, Lorado, Midway Studios, 1926-1931
21 1290 Tago, I., 1922
21 1291 Tamer , Allan A., 1931?
21 1292 Tansey, John P., United States Civil Legion, 1932
21 1293 Taylor, Alva, Vanderbilt University, 1930-1934
21 1294 Taylor, Harriet B., 1931
21 1295 Taylor, Jas. S., Bureau of Personal Service, 1903
21 1296 Taylor, Jeremiah, 1892
21 1297 Taylor, Margaret, Piedmont College, 1934
21 1298 Teller, Sidney A., Irene Kaufman Settlement, 1920-1938
21 1299 Tennessee Valley Authority, 1936
21 1300 Tenney, H. Melville, 1901
21 1301 Terflinger, Fred W., Northern Hospital for Insane, 1909
21 1302 Thain, A.R., 1892
21 1303 Thompson, A.C., 1892
21 1304 Thompson, Carl D., Socialist Party, Public Ownership League of America, 1914-1937
21 1305 Thompson, William H., Mayor of Chicago, 1917
21 1306 Thorn, Sophie Lord, 1903
21 1307 Thorne, Samuel, 1938
21 1308 Thurston, Henry W., 1937
21 1309 Thwing, Charles F., Western Reserve University, 1928
21 1310 Timmerman , M. Josephine, Oberlin, 1902?
21 1311 Tippy, Worth M., 1924
21 1312 Todd, Henrietta E., 1930-1936
21 1313 Todd, Robert E., 1929-1930
21 1314 Totten, Bessie L., Antioch College, 1930
21 1315 Tufts, James H., University of Chicago, 1924-1928
21 1316 Tunbridge, Helen E., n.d.
21 1317 Tuthill, Richard S., Cook County Illinois Circuit Court, 1907
21 1318 Twichell, J.H., 1888, n.d.
21 1319 Twitchell, W.J., Cemmill Burnham & Co., 1892
21 1320 Tyderman, Mary, Daughters of American Revolution, 1934
21 1321 Underhill, Annie, 1930-1938, n.d.
21 1322 Underwriters' Laboratories, 1930-1931
21 1323 Union League Club, Chicago, 1919-1934
21 1324 University Club of Chicago, 1934
21 1325 University of Chicago Press, 1929-1931
21 1326 Van _?, 1880
21 1327 Van Alen, B.T., (also Ida Van Alen), 1928, n.d.
21 1328 Van Fleet, R.D., 1880 (?)
21 1329 Van Wyck, E.W., 1887
21 1330 Vaughan, D.D., President, Halsted Street Institutional Church, 1909
21 1331 Venecek, Frank, Cook County Institutions, 1926
21 1332 Vincent, John G., 1909
21 1333 Virkus, Frederick Adams, Institute of American Genealogy, Virkus Company Publishers, 1934
22 1334 Vollmer, August, Chief of Police, Berkley, 1916
22 1335 Vose, Frederick P., 1925
22 1336 Wacker, Charles H., Chicago Plan Commission, 1909-1927
22 1337 Wagner, Phil, Chicago Commons, n.d.
22 1338 Wald, Lillian D., 1927-1938
22 1339 Walker, W.S., 1892
22 1340 Walker, Williston, 1892
22 1341 Wallace, George R., First Congregational Church, 1912
22 1342 Wallace, Myrtle, 1907
22 1343 Wallbrum, R. Simms, 1931
22 1344 Walsh, Adelaide Mary, Children's Memorial Hospital, 1920
22 1345 Ward, Harry F., Euclid Avenue Methodist Church, 1910-1933
22 1346 Ward, L.A., 1900
22 1347 Ward, Mary A., 1897
22 1348 Warner, C.H., Alfred Corning Clark Neighborhood House, 1902
22 1349 Warner, Fred M., Governor of Michigan, 1910
22 1350 Warner, William H., Central Congregational Church, 1892
22 1351 Waterbury, Ester E., 1936
22 1352 Wayman, John E., State's Attorney of Cook County, Illinois, 1909
22 1353 Webb, E.B., 1888-1892
22 1354 Webster, Elizabeth H., Council of Social Agencies of Chicago, 1934
22 1355 Webber, William, International Harvester Company, 1906
22 1356 Webster, Henry Kitchell, 1931
22 1357 Weirman, Morrison, n.d.
22 1358 Weller, Charles F., Associated Charities, 1905-1926
22 1359 Westerkamp, Alix, Chicago Commons, 1914-1937
22 1360 Weston, Sidney A., Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society, 1914
22 1361 White, George E., President, Anatolia College, 1937
22 1362 White, Wilbur W., Biblical Seminary in New York, 1938
22 1363 Whitehead, Frank C., [1931?]
22 1364 Whitehouse, W.W., Albion College, 1932
22 1365 Whitsitt, Craig G., Fourth Congregational Church, 1938
22 1366 Wigmore, John H., 1934
22 1367 Wilcox, G.B., 1892
22 1368 Willett, Herbert L., Chicago Church Federation, Christian Century, 1934-1938
22 1369 Williams, Ethel C., 1934
22 1370 Williams, John M., 1899-1900
22 1371 Williams, Lucian M., 1913
22 1372 Williston, Martin L., 1906
22 1373 Wilson, Agnes E., n.d.
22 1374 Wilson, Marion C., 1934
22 1375 Wilson, R. Norris, n.d.
22 1376 Wilson, Woodrow, 1918
22 1377 Winters, William L., [1936?]
22 1378 Wise, Stephen S., Free Synagogue, 1914-1934
22 1379 Wisner, Carl V., 1907
22 1380 Woman's City Club of Chicago, 1935-1937
22 1381 Woods, R., South End House, 1907
22 1382 Woodruff, Harriet B., 1937
22 1383 Worcester, Edward S., Theological Seminary, 1933
22 1384 Wright, Carroll D., U.S. Commissioner of Labor, 1890
22 1385 Wright, Charles H., (also Mrs. Charles H. Wright), 1934
22 1386 Wright, Clark, 1936
22 1387 Yamamuro, _?, Salvation Army, 1924
22 1388 Zabriskie, Francis N., 1888
22 1389 Zabriskie, George, 1928
22 1390 Zeisler, Sigmund, 1927
22 1391 Zenos, Andrew C., 1888-1892
22 1392 Zoelk, Susanna, 1931
22 1393 Zuber, Lucy Lay, Survey Associates, 1937
22 1394 Condolences, Mrs. Graham Taylor, 1918

Series 4: Family Series, 1820-1938

Correspondence to and from Taylor’s family members, as well as some clippings, biographical material, and personal items. The earliest document in the Taylor Papers is in this series: Taylor’s grandfather’s own “Analysis of the Bible” (1820), outlining his religious beliefs and including some of his sermons. The correspondence concerns matters of family and friends, clippings of and news about people they know, and causes they're interested in. For example, Graham Taylor frequently sent clippings to his children; to his son Graham Romeyn he'd send clippings of the current political situation in Russia, since his son had lived there in 1917 and 1918. Many times letters were re-circulated among the family members, so there are annotations from various family members on the fronts of certain letters.
Letters from Graham Romeyn Taylor to his family from Russia are of special interest, since he was there at the time of the 1917 Russian Revolution and the fall of Czar Nicholas.
See also Series 10, Lea D. Taylor Files, for more information about Taylor’s daughter Lea Demarest Taylor and her work with the Chicago Commons and other organizations.
Arranged alphabetically by the author of the correspondence. Relationship to Graham Taylor is provided in parentheses after the correspondent’s name.

Box Folder Contents
23 1395 Demarest, Alfred N. (brother-in-law[?]) to Graham Taylor, 1888
23 1396 Demarest, David D. (father-in-law) to Graham Taylor, 1879-1892
23 1397 Demarest, W.H.S. (brother-in-law) to Graham Taylor, 1898-1937
23 1398 Taylor, Benjamin Cook (grandfather) - manuscript "Analysis of the Bible", 1820
23 1399 Taylor, Florence (daughter-in-law; wife of Graham Romeyn Taylor) to Graham Taylor, ca. 1917
23 1400 Taylor, Graham to Benjamin Cook Taylor (grandfather), 1880
23 1401 Taylor, Graham to "Benny" (cousin), 1862
23 1402 Taylor, Graham to children, 1903
23 1403 Taylor, Graham to "The Family", 1938
23 1404 Taylor, Graham to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), n.d.
23 1405 Taylor, Graham to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), 1912-1920
23 1406 Taylor, Graham to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), 1925-1928
23 1407 Taylor, Graham to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), 1930-1932
23 1408 Taylor, Graham to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), 1935-1938
23 1409 Taylor, Graham to Helen Demarest Taylor (daughter; some letters also to her future husband George Wallace Carr), 1903-1926
23 1410 Taylor, Graham to Katharine Taylor (daughter), 1903-1938
23 1411 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1900-1901
23 1412 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1902-1905
23 1413 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1919
23 1414 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1922
23 1415 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1923-1924
23 1416 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1925-1926
23 1417 Taylor, Graham to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1933-1938
23 1418 Taylor, Graham to "My dear girls", 1922
23 1419 Taylor, Graham to Leah Demarest Taylor ("Lillie"; first wife), 1873-1918
23 1420 Taylor, Graham to Livingston Ludlow Taylor (brother), 1937-1938
23 1421 Taylor, Graham to Maria Cowenhaven Taylor (stepmother), 1894-1895
23 1422 Taylor, Graham to W.H.S. Demarest (brother-in-law), 1898-1938
23 1423 Taylor, Graham to W.J.R. Taylor (father; also letters to "parents"), 1879-1883
24 1424 Taylor, Graham to W.J.R. Taylor (father; also letters to "parents"), 1884-1890
24 1425 Taylor, Graham to William Rivers Taylor ("Will", brother; also letters to Will and Livingston, and their wives), 1912-1938
24 1426 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to Graham Taylor (some addressed "dear Father and Mother"), 1900-1914
24 1427 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to Graham Taylor, 1916-1919
24 1428 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to Graham Taylor, 1921-1923
24 1429 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to Graham Taylor, 1925-1938
24 1430 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1922-1925
24 1431 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) to "Uncle Will" (i.e. W.H.S. Demarest, uncle and president of Rutgers College) [photostat], 1926
24 1432 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - Address, Memorial for Julius Rosenwald, 1922
24 1433 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - War Draft Eligibility, ca. 1918
24 1434 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - Writings about Chicago settlements, 1907
24 1435 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - Writings and addresses about Russia, ca. 1920-1923
24 1436 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - Incoming, from Washington Gladden, 1918
24 1437 Taylor, Graham Romeyn (son) - Outgoing, general, 1920-1937
24 1438 Taylor, Isabella Bishop McClintock (second wife) to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), [1922]
24 1439 Taylor, Katharine (daughter) to Graham Taylor, 1927-1930, n.d.
24 1440 Taylor, Katharine (daughter) to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), n.d.
24 1441 Taylor, Katharine (daughter) to Lea D. Taylor (daughter), 1925-1939, n.d.
24 1442 Taylor, Katharine (daughter) - Clipping about, 1937
24 1443 Taylor, Lea Demarest (daughter) to Graham Taylor, 1925-1938
24 1444 Taylor, Lea Demarest (daughter) to Graham Romeyn Taylor (son), 1926-1931
24 1445 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) to Graham Taylor, 1888-1918
24 1446 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) to Helen Demarest Taylor (daughter), 1903
24 1447 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) to Katharine Taylor (daughter), 1903
24 1448 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) to Lea Demarest Taylor (daughter), 1900-1903
24 1449 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) to "My dear girls", 1903
24 1450 Taylor, Leah Demarest (first wife) - Incoming, general, 1911-1913
24 1451 Taylor, Livingston Ludlow (brother) to Graham Taylor, 1888-1937
24 1452 Taylor, Maria Cowenhaven (stepmother) to Graham Taylor, [n.d.]
24 1453 Taylor, Van Campen (brother) to Graham Taylor, 1880-1892
24 1454 Taylor, W.J.R. (father) to Graham Taylor, 1866-1891
24 1455 Taylor, W.J.R. (father) - Notes on sermons, 1878
24 1456 Taylor, William Rivers ("Will"; brother) to Graham Taylor, 1886-1936
24 1457 Taylor, William Rivers ("Will"; brother) - Incoming, general, 1934

Series 5: Works, 1866-1939

Articles, book reviews, student papers, sermons, speeches, drafts, and working notes by Graham Taylor. Many of these works appeared regularly in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, The Commons, and The Survey between the years 1899-1937. Taylor's manuscript, typewritten, and printed works document moral and social commentaries of the time within the context of the Social Gospel Movement. His works concentrate on Christian morality, the Chicago Commons and other settlement movements, Jane Addams, and social action.
For the printed versions of Taylor's weekly Chicago Daily News column, see Series 12, Scrapbooks.
Arranged alphabetically by work title or subject of work.

Box Folder Contents
25 1458 Bibliographies [incomplete], typewritten, n.d.
25 1459 Addams, Jane - article about Jane Addams, typewritten, n.d.
25 1460 Addams, Jane - Benediction and Farewell Service in Hull House, typewritten, May 23, 1935
25 1461 Addams, Jane - Chicago's Civic Dinner to Jane Addams, in The Survey printed and variant typewritten, February 15, 1927
25 1462 Addams, Jane - Jane Addams: The Great Neighbor, reprinted from Survey Graphic, printed and typewritten, 1935
25 1463 Addams, Jane - Jane Addams, Her Own Confessions of Faith, in Advance, printed and typewritten, June 6, 1935
25 1464 Addams, Jane - Jane Addams - Interpreter: An Appreciation, in American Review of Reviews, December 1909
25 1465 Addams, Jane - Jane Addams: Neighbor and Citizen, in unknown publication, February 1936
25 1466 Addams, Jane - manuscript notes about Jane Addams, n.d.
25 1467 Addams, Jane - Of the Places That Knew Her, typewritten, n.d.
25 1468 Addams, Jane - Recent Contacts with Miss Addams, typewritten, n.d.
25 1469 Addams, Jane - [reviews of two books, by and about Jane Addams], typewritten, n.d.
25 1470 Addams, Jane - She Points the Way Walking In It, typewritten, January 29,1927
25 1471 Address Before the Buffalo Convention, The Union Signal, December 9, 1897
25 1472 Address for Inauguration as professor of Christian Sociology, typewritten, April 18, 1893
25 1473 Advance Articles - Clippings including Taylor's "Social Aspects" Column, 1890-1939
25 1474 Advances in Social Welfare, typewritten, n.d.
25 1475 The Advantages of Being a Good Speaker, manuscript, February 13, 1867
25 1476 After Trade Unions -- A Glance Behind for a Look Ahead, in The Commons, April 1904
25 1477 Aid State to Master its Ills, typewritten, n.d.
25 1478 The Application of Christianity to the Social Tendencies of Modern Industry, printed, n.d.
25 1479 Are We Playing with Two-Edged Swords, typewritten, n.d.
25 1480 Associate Journalism, typewritten, n.d.
25 1481 Basis for Social Evangelism with Rural Applications, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, January 1914
25 1482 Battle of Jury, manuscript poem, n.d.
25 1483 Beer and Social Work, in The Survey [cover, no article], October 1, 1910
25 1484 The Bible - The Light of Life, for Anniversary of Monmouth Co. Bible Society at Key Front, NJ, November 4, 1871
25 1485 Bogan Standards for School Rule, typewritten, with one page of manuscript notes, n.d.
25 1486 The Book of Job - A Review, read before The Society of Inquiry Theology Seminary, manuscript, November 13, 1872
25 1487 Books for Beginners in the Study of Christian Sociology and Social Economics, printed, n.d.
25 1488 Bringing Christianity to Earth, in The Christian Evangelist, September 2, 1897
25 1489 Broad Platform of a Great Fellowship, typewritten, n.d.
25 1490 Brooks, John Graham, typewritten, ca. 1938
25 1491 Brooks, John Graham - Memorial, typewritten, n.d.
25 1492 Build Thee More Stately Mansions, typewritten, n.d.
25 1493 Building a Civic Center Around a Tri-City High School, reprinted from The Survey, October 17, 1914
25 1494 Burroughs, John - Accepting the Universe, discussed by Graham Taylor, typewritten, n.d.
25 1495 Butler, Amos W., typewritten, ca. 1932
25 1496 Canton Progressives Overthrown Yet Winning Out, typewritten, n.d.
25 1497 Capacities for Social Work Developed by Education and Religion, typewritten, n.d.
25 1498 The Case for Political Preparedness, a Brief and a Plan ,typewritten, n.d.
25 1499 Champion of Democracy by Robert A. Woods, Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
25 1500 Changing Conditions and a Working Faith, typewritten, July 1908
25 1501 Charlemagne [student paper], manuscript, October 19, 1866
25 1502 Charles V [student paper], manuscript, November 16, 1866
25 1503 Charter - An Act to Incorporate the Chicago Relief and Aid Society, typewritten, 1857
25 1504 Chautauqua Articles, n.d., 1893-1908
25 1505 Chicago - The History of Its Reputation by Lloyd Lewis and Henry Justin Smith, book review, typewritten, November 1929
25 1506 Chicago as Viewed by Five Intimate Friends, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, printed and typewritten, n.d.
25 1507 Chicago Gets Together and Pulls Apart, typewritten, n.d.
25 1508 Chicago Juvenile Court and Psychopathic Institute, manuscript notes, n.d.
25 1509 The Chicago Peace Convention, in The Advocate of Peace, n.d.
25 1510 Chicago Reclaims its Daily News, in The Survey, February 1, 1926
25 1511 Chicago's Civic Progress, manuscript, n.d.
25 1512 Chicago's Cultural Development in its First Century of Progress, in Commerce, printed and typewritten, July 1933
25 1513 Chicago's Next Mayor - Partisan or Patriot?, in Women's City Club, April 1933
25 1514 Chicago's Welfare Agencies Lead the Way in Many Fields, in Chicago Daily News, July 1, 1929
26 1515 Christian Aspects of Sociology - A New Movement, in The Interior, December 15, 1892
26 1516 Christian Faith for an Industrial Age, typewritten, n.d.
26 1517 The Christian Social Spirit, in The New Brunswick Seminary Bulletin, June 1932
26 1518 Christian Unity in Practice and Prophecy by Charles S. McFarland - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
26 1519 Christianity and the Social Movement, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1520 Christmas, Chicago Commons Thirtieth, typewritten poem, 1924
26 1521 Christmas, typewritten, 1937
26 1522 Christmas, poem for Chicago Commons, 1927
26 1523 Christopher Columbus [student paper], manuscript, ca. 1866-1870
26 1524 The Church As A Center of Rural Organization, printed, n.d.
26 1525 Church and Civic Education - Community Activities as a Means of Education in Civic Righteousness, in Religious Education, October 1910.
26 1526 Church and Community, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1527 The Church and Industrial Discontent in The Christian Century, March 18, 1920
26 1528 The Church and the Industrial Problem, printed, n.d.
26 1529 Church and Social Reconstruction - Lecture Notes, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1530 The Church for Brotherhood in Industry, printed, n.d.
26 1531 The Church in Politics by Stanley High, Book Review, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, n.d.
26 1532 The Church in Social Reforms, printed, September 23, 1899
26 1533 Church Waymarks in Times of Change, Two book reviews, typewritten, 1938
26 1534 The Citizen and Civic and Social Organizations, typewritten, n.d., January 21, 1914
26 1535 Citizen Cole of Chicago by Hoyt King, Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
26 1536 City and Church - Their Rapporoc...[torn], typewritten, n.d.
26 1537 The City-County-State Challenge, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1538 City Missions - Past Progress Sessions, manuscript, ca. 1896-1900
26 1539 The City's Share in the Church's Work, typewritten, July 26,1908
26 1540 Civic Chicago, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1541 Civic Expression of the Common Faith, typewritten, July 1908
26 1542 The Civic Function of the County Church, in Civic Progress, n.d.
26 1543 Civic Renaissance, manuscript notes, January 1909
26 1544 The Civic Responsibility and Opportunity of the Young Men's Association, printed, 1894
26 1545 The Civic Value of Library Work with Children, in Public Libraries, printed and typewritten, July 1908
26 1546 Class Conflict in America, Discussion of, in American Journal of Sociology, typewritten, May 1908
26 1547 Clinical Training in Preparation for Christian Leadership, in The Intercollegian, complete booklet, January 1912
26 1548 The Closing Year, manuscript, 1868
26 1549 College, Social and University Settlements, in unknown publication, n.d.
26 1550 The Commoner, in The Connecticut Churchman, January 1930
26 1551 Community Activities as a Means of Education in Civic Righteousness, typewritten, n.d.
26 1552 Community Development - Excerpt from speech, in The St. Louis Lumberman, January 28, 1914
26 1553 A Community Secretary, in National Municipal Review, printed and typewritten, April 1915
26 1554 The Community's Police, Chicago Association of Detective Sergeants' Educational Bulletin, printed and typewritten, 1920
26 1555 Competitive System, manuscript notes, n.d.
26 1556 Concerning the Comparative Merits of the Candidate for Mayor, typewritten, April 1931
26 1557 Conference Sunday at Washington, typewritten, n.d.
26 1558 Conformity of Ethical Theory to Fact, manuscript, n.d.
26 1559 Congregational, clippings of articles published, n.d., 1892-1928
26 1560 Contributions of the Churches to Social Progress for Chicago Federation of Churches, World's Fair Publication typewritten, n.d.
26 1561 Cooperation in Training for Public Service, Professor Graham Taylor, in Chicago Commerce, printed and typewritten, November 12, 1909
26 1562 The County, in Rural Manhood, October 1914
26 1563 The County - A Challenge to Humanized Politics and Volunteer Cooperation, in The Survey, May 30, 1914
26 1564 Creed Revision, read before Liturgical Club, manuscript, March 24, 1884
26 1565 Cromwell, Oliver [student paper], manuscript, April 22, 1867
27 1566 Dates of Chicago's Civic Reform Movements, typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
27 1567 The Deduction of the Church to the Community, typewritten, n.d.
27 1568 Definite Claims of the Local Community Upon the Local Church and Its Ministry, typewritten, n.d.
27 1569 Developing the American Spirit [oversize], printed and typewritten, n.d.
27 1570 Dever, William E. - regarding reasons to vote for candidate, typewritten, n.d., 1923
27 1571 The Distribution and Assignment of Immigrants, typewritten, 1913
27 1572 Do We Need Churches or Missions or Both in City Evangelism?, in Second Convention of Christian Workers, ca. 1880-1892
27 1573 The Draft - A Human Touchstone, in Chicago Sunday Herald, February 17, 1918
27 1574 The Drama of the Transition, manuscript notes, November 1928
27 1575 Dummer, Mrs. William F. - Honoring, typewritten, n.d.
27 1576 Duncan-Clark, Samuel John - High Calling, notes and several drafts, typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
27 1577 Eagle Forgotten - Harry Barnard, typewritten, n.d.
27 1578 The Eastland Disaster, in The Survey, August 7, 1915
27 1579 The Effect of Trade Schools on the Social Interests of the People, in Municipal Training Magazine, printed and typewritten, April 1908
27 1580 Efficient Philanthropy - Address given to Young Women's Christian Association, typewritten, November 12-13, 1913
27 1581 The English Railway Strike and Its Revolutionary Bearings, in The City Club Bulletin, October 11, 1911
27 1582 The Enlargement of the Student Outlook upon Social Christianity typewritten, n.d.
27 1583 Ethical Challenge of the Competition Industrial Order, printed, n.d.
27 1584 An Evangelistic Church, in The Religious Herald, December 25, 1884
27 1585 Exegesis, manuscript, January 21, 1878
27 1586 An Experiment in Industrial Peace, typewritten, n.d.
27 1587 Extract from a sermon delivered by R.H. Steele, manuscript, n.d.
27 1588 Faith in Seeking Souls - David Livingston, manuscript notes, n.d.
27 1589 The Family - The Common Denominator in Social and Religious Work, associated with Church and Community, typewritten, n.d.
27 1590 Family and Community, typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
27 1591 Family, Society's Unit, in The Washington Herald, December 29, 1912
27 1592 Fellowships of Forty Years, Chicago Commons, 40th Anniversary, typewritten, n.d.
27 1593 Fensham, Florence Amanda - Eulogy and Obituary, typewritten and printed, n.d.
27 1594 The Festival of Life Triumphant - copy of editorial, in Chicago Daily News, March 27, 1937
27 1595 The Feudal System [student paper] , manuscript, ca. 1870
27 1596 Finding Facts on Pacific Coast Races, typewritten, n.d.
27 1597 Fisher, Walter - Eulogy, typewritten, November 24,1935
27 1598 For Better Houses in Greater Chicago, typewritten, n.d.
27 1599 Foreign-Born Citizens As Political Assets, printed and typewritten, 1918
27 1600 Four Points of Contact Between the Church and the Community, typewritten, n.d.
27 1601 Freedom and Faith - sermon and program from Junior Exhibition, printed and manuscript, June 22, 1869
27 1602 Future of Settlement, typewritten, May 1915
27 1603 General Social Problems [pages 2-3 missing], typewritten, n.d.
27 1604 Gladden, Washington - article about, in The Survey, printed and typewritten, July 13, 1918
27 1605 God's Soldier - General William Booth by St. John Ervine - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
27 1606 Golden Rule - Articles, 1894-1895
27 1607 Government Aims in Social Work, typewritten with manuscript notes, n.d.
27 1608 The Great and Good, manuscript, March 11,1870
27 1609 Growing Pains, typewritten, n.d.
27 1610 Growing Pains in State and Church, typewritten copy for Chicago Daily News article, n.d.
27 1611 Growing Pains of World Peace, manuscript notes, n.d.
28 1612 Hartranft, Dr. Chester David - Tribute, typewritten, 1914
28 1613 Henderson, Professor Charles Richmond - The Citizen, Eulogy and Tribute, typewritten, 1915
28 1614 The Heresy of Life, in Christian Intelligencer ?, 1878
28 1615 Historical Development of Educational Theory, manuscript notes, n.d.
28 1616 How the Churches Began to Federate in Chicago, in The American Weekly, February 5, 1903
28 1617 Humanizing the Courts in America, in Progress, printed and manuscript, n.d.
28 1618 Ideals of the City Club, in The City Club Bulletin, printed and typewritten, August 9, 1920
28 1619 Immigrants - Coming, Going, "Homeless" Here, typewritten, n.d.
28 1620 Immigration Legislation, manuscript notes, n.d.
28 1621 Immortality, typewritten, 1937
28 1622 Impressions and Interviews at Gary, typewritten, n.d.
28 1623 In Appreciation of Mrs. Florence Kelley and Miss Julia C. Lathrop, typewritten, 1932
28 1624 In Darkest England and the Way Out by General Booth - Book Review, in unknown publication, n.d.
28 1625 Independence Day, in Inter-Dependent Times, in unknown publication, n.d.
28 1626 Industrial Basis for International Peace, in The Survey, June 1909
28 1627 The Industrial Crisis and the Church, typewritten, n.d.
28 1628 An Industrial Sermon, in Official Journal and The Shoe Worker's Journal, June - July 1907
28 1629 Industrial Survey of the Month, in The Survey, July 3, 1909
28 1630 Industry and Religion: Their Common Ground and Interdependence, typewritten, April 12,1907
28 1631 The Influence of the Reformation of Luther on the Progress of Knowledge, manuscript, February 17,1869
28 1632 Initiatives and Motives, typewritten, n.d.
28 1633 Intercession with Souls for God, manuscript, n.d.
28 1634 Interdependence of Official and Volunteer Agencies for Public Welfare, address at Maryland State Conference of Charities and Corrections, typewritten, n.d.
28 1635 Is Religion an Element in the Social Settlement?, in Religious Education, printed and typewritten, October 1913
28 1636 Kawaga by William Axling - Book Review, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, March 1933
28 1637 Kent, William - letter regarding his candidacy for congress, typewritten, n.d.
28 1638 Knight Errants of Social Chivalry, manuscript notes and newspaper Clippings, n.d., 1898
28 1639 Know Thyself [title in Greek: Gnothis seauton], manuscript, 1869
28 1640 Labor's Internationalism Tested by the War of Nations, in The Survey, September 5, 1914
28 1641 Labor's Loyalties in War and Peace, manuscript and, typewritten, n.d.
28 1642 Lawson, Victor Fremont - Abstract of Prof. Graham Taylor's Sermon at the Lawson Memorial, in The New England Outlook, September 1930
28 1643 Lawson, Victor Fremont - article about Victor F. Lawson, typewritten, ca. 1930
28 1644 Lawson, Victor Fremont - Chicago's Foremost Pioneering Citizen, typewritten, ca. 1930
28 1645 Lawson, Victor Fremont - The Citizenship of a Christian Man [memorial], manuscript notes, October 8, 1925
28 1646 Lectures - Clippings, Notes, Announcements [1 of 5], n.d.
28 1647 Lectures - Clippings, Notes, Announcements [2 of 5], n.d.
28 1648 Lectures - Clippings, Notes, Announcements [3 of 5], n.d.
28 1649 Lectures - Clippings, Notes, Announcements [4 of 5], n.d.
28 1650 Lectures - Clippings, Notes, Announcements [5 of 5], n.d.
28 1651 Legal Aid - The Link Between Social Justice and the Law, manuscript notes and, typewritten, October 11, 1916
28 1652 The Life and Time of Victor Lawson by Charles H. Dennis - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
28 1653 The Liturgies of the Calvinists Reformers, manuscript, 1882
28 1654 Living the Christ Life in the Life of Today, manuscript notes, 1921
28 1655 Local Board 39 - Chicago, typewritten, n.d.
28 1656 A Long Test of Religious Freedom, typewritten, n.d.
28 1657 McDowell, "In Memoriam - Mary E. McDowell" in Unity, printed, typewritten and manuscript notes, November 10, 1936
29 1658 McDowell, Mary E. - Letters to Agnes Nestor, typewritten, November 28, 1936
29 1659 McDowell, Mary E. - "Mary McDowell - Citizen", typewritten, n.d.
29 1660 McDowell, Mary E. - "Mary McDowell - A First Citizen", typewritten and manuscript, n.d.
29 1661 McDowell, Mary E. - Mary McDowell - Neighbor by Howard E. Wilson - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
29 1662 The McNamara Case and the Church's Industrial Policy, in unidentifiable publication, n.d.
29 1663 Macomber, E.C. - sketch about E.C. Macomber, typewritten, n.d.
29 1664 Manifestation of The Life through Lives, typewritten, 1908
29 1665 A Manly Stand for Principle Wins, typewritten, n.d.
29 1666 Martin Luther [student paper], manuscript, ca. 1866-1870
29 1667 The Melting Pot and Social Agencies [contributed to Chicago Commons], typewritten, n.d.
29 1668 The Ministry, manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1669 The Ministry of Today - Its New Opportunities in University Record, February 17, 1899
29 1670 Moral Instructors in ...[illegible], manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1671 Mullenbach, James, typewritten, n.d.
29 1672 Music of the Church, manuscript, November 9, 1870
29 1673 My California Easter 1924, typewritten, n.d.
29 1674 My Christmas Wish for Chicago, in Chicago Commons, December 22, 1928
29 1675 My Faith, typewritten, 1938
29 1676 My Impression of New China, in New Shanghai Evening Star, May 12, 1922
29 1677 My Italian Neighborly Fellow Citizens, typewritten, n.d.
29 1678 National Amusement, manuscript, n.d.
29 1679 National Conference of Charities and Correction and Social Sermon, in Chicago Commerce, August 1, 1913
29 1680 National Federation of Settlements, Programs from the Fifth, May, 1913 and Fifteenth, May 1926 Conferences
29 1681 The Neighborhood and the Municipality [Read at the 36th National Conference of Charities and Correction], printed, June 1909
29 1682 The Neighborhood Town Meeting, typewritten, n.d.
29 1683 Neighbors All, by Esther G. Barrows - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
29 1684 New Democracy, Its Challenge to Settlements, typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1685 The New Democracy: Its Challenge to the Church, in The Churchman, printed and typewritten, May 15, 1920
29 1686 The Old Burden of Souls Borne Anew, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, June 1910
29 1687 Old Leaders to the New Ranks, typewritten, January 30, 1904
29 1688 On City Evangelism - report prepared by Graham and others, printed in unknown source, 1892
29 1689 The Organic Growths of Spiritual Life, published in unknown source, n.d.
29 1690 Ought it to be the Policy of the United States to Acquire More Territory?, manuscript, October 13, 1868
29 1691 Our Charter, manuscript, June 22, 1870
29 1692 Our Public Schools in Progress and Reaction - A Human Appraisal typewritten, n.d.
29 1693 Our Second Line of Defense, in Chicago Commerce, July 13, 1917
29 1694 Our Social Relations, manuscript, June 13, 1866
29 1695 Outgoings and Incomings of the Christ, in The American Weekly, January 16, 1902
29 1696 Parental Responsibility for Child Labor [from proceedings of the National Child Labor Committee], manuscript, December, 1905
29 1697 Parole or Prison for Such as These?, typewritten, n.d.
29 1698 Patience in Beauty, manuscript, n.d.
29 1699 Patriotism of Foreign-Born Citizens, typewritten, n.d.
29 1700 Pedagogies, manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1701 A People's Library - An Appreciation of the Service of Henry E. Legler to Chicago, in The City Club Bulletin, printed and typewritten, November 12, 1917
29 1702 The People's Play, manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1703 Personal Experiences, manuscript notes and newspaper clippings, n.d., August 21, 1914
29 1704 Personal Religion and Progress Through Social Work, typewritten, May 20, 1923
29 1705 Personality Sense, typewritten, n.d.
29 1706 Pioneer Inquiries Into Burial Costs, typewritten, n.d.
29 1707 Place of Settlement in Democracy, manuscript notes, n.d.
29 1708 Police Opportunity to Prevent Crime, printed, n.d.
29 1709 Pond, Allen B., Memorial, in Neighborhood: A Settlement Quarterly, April 1929
29 1710 The Power, Uses and Abuses of Ridicule, manuscript, May 24, 1867
30 1711 The Practical Training Needed for the Ministry of Today, published in unknown source, n.d.
30 1712 Prayer [Chicago Commons stationary], typewritten, 1937
30 1713 Prayer, manuscript, n.d.
30 1714 Present State of Foreign Missions, manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1715 President's Address, in unknown source, n.d.
30 1716 Princes of the Commoners, in Chicago Commerce, printed, n.d.
30 1717 The Principles of Christianity Applied to Industrial Problems, published in unknown source, n.d.
30 1718 Prison Articles - miscellaneous manuscript notes and short printed articles, n.d., 1926-1927
30 1719 The Problem of the One and the Many, printed in unknown source, 1896
30 1720 Professionalism: A Peril in Christian Work, in The Intercollegian, printed and manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1721 Prospects From the Retrospects Measured by the Yardstick of One Life, typewritten, 1936
30 1722 The Public Burden of the Insecurity of Life, in The Chicago Medical Recorder, December 1913
30 1723 Public Repression of the Social Evil - address given to The First National Conference on Race Betterment, printed in unknown publication, January 1914
30 1724 Public Service Professions for College Women, typewritten, n.d.
30 1725 Qualifications of Social Workers, typewritten, n.d.
30 1726 Qualities Essential to Effective Social Work, typewritten, 1921
30 1727 Quiet Hour, typewritten and manuscript, June 7, 1936
30 1728 Recent Advances Against the Social Evil in New York, in The Survey, September 17, 1910
30 1729 Recent Developments in Municipal Activities Tending to Neighborhood Improvement, printed in unknown publication, n.d.
30 1730 Reciprocity Between the Churches and the Community through the Charitable Organization Societies, typewritten, n.d.
30 1731 Recollections by Washington Gladden - Book Review, typewritten, n.d.
30 1732 Reconstruction Industrial Problems in Chicago, typewritten, n.d.
30 1733 The Re-Evangelization of Christendom, in unknown publication, n.d.
30 1734 The Relation of Student Life to the Social Question, in The Association Monthly, March 1908
30 1735 Religion, The Church And the Social Settlement, typewritten, n.d.
30 1736 The Religious Function of the School in a Democratic State, typewritten, July 1908
30 1737 Report of The Committee on the Distribution and Assimilation of Immigrants, typewritten, n.d.
30 1738 Response - [to the naming of Graham Taylor Hall] in Chicago Theological Seminary Register, printed and variant, typewritten draft, June 7, 1928 and November 1928
30 1739 Response to Mayor Dever's Greetings, in The Chicago Theological Seminary Register, January 1927
30 1740 Responsibility of the Public School for social Ethics, manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1741 Revival of Civic Patriotism, manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1742 Right of the Asylum and the Causes of Puruen and Rudowitz typewritten, n.d.
30 1743 Rights of the Child Involving the Civic Influence of the Church, typewritten, n.d.
30 1744 The Roman Character [student paper], manuscript, ca. 1866-1870
30 1745 Rosenwald Gave Us Himself , typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1746 Rotary - notes, typewritten, n.d.
30 1747 Safeguarding the Boys of a Continent from Delinquency, in unknown source, printed, 1910
30 1748 Salvation of the Soul and the Social Salvation, typewritten, n.d.
30 1749 Science of Relief in Mine Disasters, in The Survey, September 1910
30 1750 Sermon Outlines, manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1751 "Settlement" activities in the Tabernacle Church, typewritten, n.d.
30 1752 Settlement Movement, manuscript and typewritten, n.d.
30 1753 Settlements' Movement Upon Public Policies, manuscript notes, n.d.
30 1754 Seven Wonders of Chicago Recounted - Review, in Chicago Commerce, September 8, 1923
30 1755 Shall the Pedigree of the Dollar Defeat its Destiny?, In The Commons, September 1905
30 1756 Sharing the Common Life, in World Outlook, printed and typewritten, January 1936
30 1757 Sharing the Sacred Calling, in The Register, May 1914
30 1758 The Shift of Christian Emphasis in the Individual Life, typewritten, n.d.
30 1759 Should the Free School System be Abolished"?, manuscript, n.d.
30 1760 Smith, Edwin Burritt - letter to the editor, in The University Church Chronicle, May 1906
31 1761 The Social Advance of the Churches, typewritten, n.d.
31 1762 The Social and Civic Obligation and Opportunity of American Colleges and their Graduates, reprinted from The Proceedings of the American Colleges, printed and typewritten, 1925
31 1763 The Social Aspect of Thrift, typewritten, n.d.
31 1764 Social Christianity Pays Honor to Its Pioneer, in The Survey, November 3, 1917
31 1765 The Social Emphasis - proof copy from unknown source, n.d.
31 1766 Social Evil, references on, typewritten, n.d.
31 1767 Social Experiences in the Past Guiding Church Action in the Present, typewritten, n.d.
31 1768 Social Forces: A Topical Outline W...? Biography [two articles relating to Women and Politics], typewritten, n.d.
31 1769 Social Function of the Church, reprinted from American Journal of Sociology, 1899 and Friends Quarterly Examiner, 1904, 2 copies
31 1770 Social Ideas of Churches, typewritten, n.d.
31 1771 Social Movements for Character Development Under Adverse Living and Working Conditions, in Religious Education, 1929
31 1772 Social Obligation of Culture, typewritten and manuscript notes, n.d.
31 1773 The Social Settlement and Its Suggestions to the Church, in unknown source, December 1893
31 1774 The Social Settlement As A Way of life, typewritten, n.d.
31 1775 The Social Settlement Idea for the Churches, in The Standard, February 7, 1903
31 1776 The Social Settlement Movement, typewritten and galley proof, n.d.
31 1777 The Social Settlement Religion and the Church, typewritten, n.d.
31 1778 Social Settlement, the Church and Religion, in The Survey, July 1913
31 1779 The Social Settlement and the Labor Movement, reprinted from Proceedings of the Twenty-third National Conference of Charities and Correction, 1896
31 1780 The Social Settlement's Influence Upon Public Policies, typewritten, n.d.
31 1781 Social Tendencies of the Industrial Revolution, in The Commons, printed and typewritten, October 1904
31 1782 Sociological Teaching -Its Pioneer Teachers and Writers, typewritten, n.d.
31 1783 Sociological Training of the Ministry - address given at the Evangelical Alliance Congress, printed and typewritten, October 13, 1893
31 1784 Sociological Work in Theological Seminaries, in The Seventh Section of the International Congress of Charities, Correction and Philanthropy, printed, manuscript, and typewritten, June 1893
31 1785 Some Human Aspects of Thrift, typewritten, n.d.
31 1786 The Soul of the Settlement, in National Federation of Settlements Conference Bulletin, printed and typewritten, May 1918
31 1787 Sovereignty of Spirit, manuscript notes, n.d.
31 1788 Speeches - At four points of contact and community of interests the churches stand between the people and the city, typewritten, n.d.
31 1789 Speeches - At the behest of our Western Editor, my student-comrade these many years..., in The Congregationalist, May 14, 1931
31 1790 Speeches - Fellowship, Having same spirit...[poem read at Settlement Federation meeting], typewritten, August 1934
31 1791 Speeches - First of all we want to clear some things out of the way..., typewritten, n.d.
31 1792 Speeches - For very much the same reason that the Bible was divine to Samuel Taylor Coleridge..., in unknown source, n.d.
31 1793 Speeches - I speak for the class of 1873, as its sole survivor...[New Brunswick seminary 150th Anniversary], typewritten, February 26, 1935
31 1794 Speeches - Mrs. Lawrence's notes on Graham Taylor's talk at Bloomington, Indiana, typewritten, 1937
31 1795 Speeches - Mr. Toastmaster, Ladies and Gentleman: A certain philosopher, we are told, was thinking out loud in the Egyptian desert..., in unknown source, 1916
31 1796 Speeches - On the Walls of a larger...[remarks by Graham Taylor at the Trade and Labor Conference], manuscript, n.d.
31 1797 Speeches - Perhaps the Church of Jesus can stand in between the cleaving classes of our people to understand..., typewritten, n.d.
31 1798 Speeches - The Presence of Christ seems to awaken the expectation of the people..., in Saturday Morning, n.d.
31 1799 Speeches - The significance of this occasion is in its being the public inauguration of the first department in a theological Seminary..., manuscript, April 18, 1893
31 1800 Speeches - To see and hear Dr. Stanton Coit and Dr. Jane E. Robbins here on the scenes of their pioneering adventure..., typewritten, n.d.
31 1801 Speeches - Years and numbers do not count on our settlement calendar..., typewritten, May 23, 1937
31 1802 Speeches - The Young Men's Christian Association, gentlemen, was born, not made..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1803 The Spirit, manuscript notes, n.d.
32 1804 The Spirit For a Peaceful Reconstruction of Industry, typewritten, n.d.
32 1805 "Spirit Kindlings - Musings on which the Fire Burned" [Clippings, notes, poems, etc...], n.d., 1886-1917
32 1806 The Spirit of '76 - poem, printed, n.d.
32 1807 The Spiritual Attitude Implied in True Prayer, manuscript, April 6, 1882
32 1808 Spiritual Resources of the Social Worker, typewritten, n.d.
32 1809 State Rights [student paper], manuscript, ca. 1866-1870
32 1810 The Story of the Founders, typewritten, n.d.
32 1811 A Strike That Brought a Just Peace, typewritten, n.d.
32 1812 Supremacy of the Christ Spirit, manuscript notes, n.d.
32 1813 Syllabus in Biblical Sociology, printed, 1900
32 1814 Teamsters Strike of 1905 - memoranda, manuscript notes and typewritten, n.d.
32 1815 Ten Years' Progress in Religious Education, in The Survey, proof, n.d.
32 1816 Those Who Have Helped, in Neighborhood, A Settlement Quarterly, July 1912
32 1817 The Threefold Motif, typewritten, n.d.
32 1818 To Leave Parks for Revenue?, typewritten, n.d.
32 1819 To My Fellow Trustees of Chicago Commons Association, typewritten, March 2, 1938
32 1820 Training for Efficiency in Religious and Social Work, in unknown publication, November 15, 1913
32 1821 Training Needed For Meritorious Service in Public Institutions, typewritten, n.d.
32 1822 The Training of Church Working, typewritten, n.d.
32 1823 Training of Workers for Settlement Neighborhoods, manuscript notes, n.d.
32 1824 Translation, of Spring, manuscript, n.d.
32 1825 Trends of Chicago's Civic Progress, in Chicago Commerce, October 15, 1921
32 1826 Tribute to the Friendship of Rae Hamburgher, typewritten, July 9, 1934
32 1827 Truest Religion Triumphant, typewritten, n.d.
32 1828 Unemployment in War and Peace, for The Survey, January 30, 1915
32 1829 Unidentified - Fragments, notes, etc...., manuscript notes, n.d., 1922
32 1830 The Unity of Human Interests, manuscript, November 30, 1882
32 1831 Universal Suffrage, manuscript, February 11, 1869
32 1832 Untitled - The advisability of affiliating the School with one or more of the neighboring universities..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1833 Untitled - Christian Social Economics may legitimately include the broader Sociological treatment..., manuscript, n.d.
32 1834 *Folder number not used
32 1835 Untitled - The Church of any faith is primarily inspirer, interpreter, and mediator..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1836 Untitled - The Democratic appeal of selective..., manuscript, n.d.
32 1837 Untitled - Dr. Gladden's story of "The Christian League of Connecticut", typewritten, n.d.
32 1838 Untitled - Fact are "cold" we say, and figures are "dry"..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1839 Untitled - The general assembly has passed a bill requiring judges in criminal cases..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1840 Untitled - The Government of Cook County was last year required by law to house, feed, and supply medical aid..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1841 Untitled - Graham Taylor '03 - My faith and hope for the organized religious education movement..., in unknown source, September 1928
32 1842 Untitled - I have had a considerable shard in promoting thoroughness and self exaction in social work...[missing first page], typewritten, n.d.
32 1843 Untitled -...in the Epistles to the Hebrews..., in unknown source, n.d.
32 1844 Untitled - Introductory to any intelligent application of sociology principles to Christian work..., manuscript, n.d.
32 1845 Untitled - Let the Festival of Life triumphant inspire our faith in the triumph of good over evil..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1846 Untitled - The main work of attaining better government is not the regulation of the conduct of individuals..., typewritten, 1934
32 1847 Untitled - Memorial day from the separations of time and space, brings back to us not only memories..., typewritten, ca. 1938
32 1848 Untitled - My faith and hope for the organized religious education movement ripened in this way..., typewritten, September 1928
32 1849 Untitled - My first venture in print was written as early as 1878 in Hopewell, N.Y., from my country parish, typewritten, n.d.
32 1850 Untitled - Neighborship is best promoted when neighbors recognize their neighborhood to be a part of the whole city..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1851 Untitled - ...of settlement work and life to religion and the..., typewritten, September 7, 1908
32 1852 Untitled - Service at best is an adventure of faith..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1853 Untitled - The settlements and other neighborhood houses through these years of depression have welcomed thousands..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1854 Untitled - There have been neighbors as long as there have been human beings..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1855 Untitled - There is a wonderful tower standing on the rocky hill overlooking the old city of Edinburgh, Scotland..., typewritten, January, 1923
32 1856 Untitled - This sixtieth year since the class of 1873 was graduated, typewritten, n.d.
32 1857 Untitled - We are all children of immigrants..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1858 Untitled - Women's and children's conditions and relations in industry can be discussed most profitably..., typewritten, n.d.
32 1859 Wald, Lillian - Honor Her Faith in the People, article about Lillian Wald, typewritten, n.d.
32 1860 The War-Time Outlook of Social Settlements, typewritten, n.d.
32 1861 War Time Patriotism for Reconstruction in Peace, manuscript notes, n.d.
32 1862 Was Caesar Justified in His Wars?, manuscript, February 28, 1868
32 1863 Watch Towers on the Social Frontier - outline, typewritten, n.d.
32 1864 Waymarks of Social Progress, in The American Weekly, June 12, 1902
32 1865 What is Political Economy?, manuscript, March 20, 1870
32 1866 Whither the Settlement Movement Trends, in The Commons, ca. 1899
32 1867 Why the City Club of Chicago, in The City Club Bulletin, December 26, 1933
32 1868 Work in the Philippines, in unknown publication, July 22, 1922
32 1869 The World in Chicago, in The Survey, July 19, 1913
32 1870 Wu Ting-Fang and a Reunited China, in Review of Reviews, November 1922
32 1871 Wu Ting-Fang's Soul Goes Marching On, typewritten, n.d.
32 1872 Young Man's Era - Articles, ca. 1893-1895
32 1873 Zeisler, Sigmund - Notes of an Address Appreciative of Sigmund Zeisler and his Civic Service, typewritten, June 6, 1931
32 1874 Zeisler, Sigmund - Obituary, in unknown publication, printed and typewritten, June 6, 1931
32 1874 Zeisler, Sigmund - Obituary, in unknown publication, printed and typewritten, June 6, 1931

Series 6: Subject Files, 1833-1947

Publications, bulletins, pamphlets, fliers, petitions, form letters, articles, newsclippings, awards, arbitrations, legal documents, meeting minutes, some correspondence, and reports on a variety of topics kept by both Graham Taylor and his daughter, Lea D. Taylor. Includes documents on broad topics (e.g. China, Communism), and about people (e.g. Jane Addams, Raymond Robins). Also collected were publications and reports from individuals and organizations such as unions, social welfare organizations, political organizations, and other settlement houses in the United States and abroad..
Filed alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
33 1875 Abbott, Edith (Dean, University of Chicago), 1918, 1931
33 1876 Abbott, Grace, 1931
33 1877 Abbott, Lyman, 1910
33 1878 Adams, Frederick Upham, ca. 1912
33 1879 Adams, Henry C., 1895
33 1880 Addams, Jane - clippings, n.d.
33 1881 Addams, Jane - obituaries, n.d.
33 1882 Addams, Jane - Testimonials (programs, booklets, etc.), 1913, 1930, 1933
33 1883 Addams, Jane - works, n.d.
33 1884 Adult Education Council of Chicago, 1933
33 1885 Alden, Percy, 1893-1897
33 1886 Altgeld, John P., 1899-1947
33 1887 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1928
33 1888 American Association for Labor Legislation, 1910
33 1889 American Federation of Labor, 1923
33 1890 American Prison Association, 1926-1927
33 1891 Averbuch Case, 1908
34 1892 Barnett, Henrietta Octavia, 1909
34 1893 Bartlett, W.A., 1909
34 1894 Beals, Charles E., 1913
34 1895 Bell, Edward Price, 1915-1929, n.d.
34 1896 Berger, Victor L., et al., 1917
34 1897 Blaney, Charles Duchesue & Isabella Williams, ca. 1933
34 1898 Bogan, William J., 1936
34 1899 Bovbjerg, Vigg, An experiment in adult education, 1934
34 1900 Boyden, William C., 1929
34 1901 Brown, Edward Osgood, The Rights of Labor, 1893
34 1902 Building Trade Council, 1900
34 1903 Burns, John, 1890-1905
34 1904 Byington, Margaret F., What Social Workers Should Know about Their Own Communities, 1911
34 1905 Cahn, Louis M., n.d.
34 1906 Canada - works about, 1919-1920
34 1907 Carnegie, Andrew, "The Latest Panacea", n.d.
34 1908 Carner, Lucy Perkins, How Their Jobs Look to Women Workers: A Study of the Work Conditions and Attitudes of the Women and Girls Connected With Chicago Commons, Nov. 1934-Mar. 1935
34 1909 Carwardine, William H., The Pullman Strike, 1894
34 1910 Cermak, Anton J., Mayor of Chicago
34 1911 Charity Organization Society of the City of NY, "Justice for the Poor", 1915
34 1912 Chicago, about, 1892-1923
34 1913 Chicago Association of Commerce, 1916-1940
34 1914 Chicago Board of Education - The Fight for Life in Chicago, 1901
34 1915 Chicago Bureau of Charities, Circular of Information, 1896
34 1916 Chicago Bureau of Public Efficiency, Pamphlets, 1913, 1920
35 1917 Chicago Carriage & Wagon Workers Union, arbitration, 1903
35 1918 Chicago Charter Convention, booklet, 1905
35 1919 Chicago Church Federation, ca. 1921-1940
35 1920 Chicago Civil Liberties Committee, Blacklist Dinner Invitation, 1930
35 1921 Chicago Commission on Race Relations, after 1919
35 1922 Chicago Community Trust, 1915
35 1923 Chicago Daily News, 1925-1939
35 1924 Chicago Federation of Labor, Independent Labor Party Platform, 1918
35 1925 Chicago Federation of Settlements, 1927-1939
35 1926 Chicago Housing Association/Commission, 1910-1926
35 1927 Chicago Mayor's Commission on Unemployment, Report, 1914
35 1928 Chicago Medical Mission & Allied Charities, booklet, 1897
35 1929 Chicago Merit Award, 1937-1940
35 1930 Chicago Municipal Markets Commission, Report to the Mayor and Aldermen, 1914
35 1931 Chicago Peace Society, Report, 1914
35 1932 Chicago Plan Commission, publications, 1909-1911
35 1933 Chicago Plan Commission, publications, 1912-1913
35 1934 Chicago Plan Commission, publications, 1914-1919
36 1935 Chicago Plan Commission, publications, 1920-1923
36 1936 Chicago Plan Commission, publications, 1924-1926
36 1937 Chicago Police, about, 1904-1913
36 1938 Chicago Public Committee of 50 on Housing, 1921
36 1939 Chicago Public Library, 1923-1937
36 1940 Chicago Record, Postal Savings Bank Bill, n.d.
36 1941 Chicago Recreation Commission, 1935-1939
36 1942 Chicago Relief Aid Society, Chart, "Effect of Accident on the Family", 1907
36 1943 Chicago Relief Committee, materials about, 1939
36 1944 Chicago - 17th [now 26th] Ward materials, ca. 1893-1910
36 1945 "Chicago's Schools" newsletter, Sept. 1934; April 1936
36 1946 Chicago Society of Social Hygiene, "Education Against Venereal Disease a Need of the State", n.d.
36 1947 Chicago Tabernacle Church, 1895-1906
36 1948 Chicago Tabernacle Church, weekly bulletins, 1898-1900
36 1949 Chicago Urban League, publications, 1936
36 1950 Chicago Workers' Committee on Unemployment, publications, 1931-1935
36 1951 Children's Scholarship League, Annual Report, 1930
36 1952 China, about - "Progressive Canton", 1921
37 1953 Christian Convention of Ministers and Laymen, prospectus, 1876
37 1954 Church Settlement House (NY), Report, Jan. 1897
37 1955 Cincinnati Social Settlement, Reports, 1895-1897
37 1956 Citizens' Association of Chicago, Reports, 1920-1931
37 1957 Citizens' Committee, "Concerning the Garment Workers' Strike", 1910
37 1958 Citizens' Joint Commission of Inquiry on South Chicago Memorial Day Incident (Republic Steel Riots), 1937
37 1959 City Club of Chicago, Publications, 1906-1935
37 1960 Civic Federation of Chicago, general, 1893-1897
37 1961 Civic Federation of Chicago, Constitutional Convention Series, 1918-1919
37 1962 Civic Federation of Chicago, Minutes of the 17th Ward Council, 1894-1896
37 1963 Civic Federation of Chicago, Notebook, 17th Ward Council, 1894-1898
37 1964 Clabaugh, Hinton G., Special Report and Recommendations Parole System of Illinois, 1927
37 1965 Clarke, Edith, Juvenile Delinquency and Dependency (experience of residence at Chicago Commons), 1900
37 1966 Clean City League, Publication, n.d.
37 1967 Close, Charles H., Welfare Work in the Steel Industry, 1920
37 1968 Colcord, Joanna, Commissary System, with accompanying publications, 1932
37 1969 Cole, George E., Materials about, 1930-1931
37 1970 College In the Hills (Herod, Ill.) Prospectus, 1934
37 1971 College Settlement (NY?), Program, 1897
38 1972 Committee for Adequate Relief, report, 1940
38 1973 Committee of Fifteen, Annual Reports, 1913-1925
38 1974 Committee of Fifteen, General Publications, 1911-1925
38 1975 Commons, John R., Horace Greeley and the Working Class Origins of the Republican Party, 1909
38 1976 Communism, 1919, 1931
38 1977 Conant, R. Warren, Anarchism at Close Quarters, 1902
38 1978 Conference of Day Nurseries, 1897
38 1979 Congregational Churches, publications, ca. 1912-1929
38 1980 Cook County - Coroner's Report, Race Riot Evidence, 1919
38 1981 Cornell University - Syllabus of the Course in Citizenship (re: lecture by Taylor), 1913-1914
38 1982 Council of Social Agencies of Chicago, 1932-1939
38 1983 Craig, Seth C., Destructive and Constructive Agencies in the 17th Ward, 1911
38 1984 Crane, Richard T., about, ca. 1931
38 1985 Crosby, Ernest Howard, about, 1907
38 1986 Darrow, Clarence, Crime and Criminals, and address to the prisoners in the Chicago county jail, 1907
38 1987 Davis, Ozora S., (Chicago Theological Seminary), 1925-1931
38 1988 Dennis, Charles H. (Chicago Daily News), n.d.
38 1989 Dennison Club (Oakland, CA), memorial to Mrs. Emily Sheridan, n.d.
38 1990 Dever, William E., Mayor of Chicago, material about, 1915-1929
38 1991 Devine, Edward T., clipping, n.d.
38 1992 Dike, Rev. Samuel W., The Family History of Christianity, 1886
38 1993 Donald, Robert, Six Years' Service for the People. Being a brief Account of the Work of the London County Council, 1895
38 1994 Douglas, Lewis W., Government Spending of the Taxpayer's Money, n.d.
38 1995 Douglas, Paul H. (Alderman, Chicago). Writings re: Relief Crisis, 1934-1939
38 1996 Dudley, Helena S., Relief Work Carried on in the Wells Memorial Institute, ca. 1894
38 1997 Duncan, C.L., [report on residence at Chicago Commons], 1908
38 1998 Duncan-Clark, S.J., Works and materials about, ca. 1931-1938
39 1999 Eastman, Fred, Chicago Theological Seminary, "Graham Taylor" (typescript), ca. 1939
39 2000 East-Side House Settlement (NY), 1895-1896
39 2001 Edwards, Deane. The Possibilities of the Protestant Church in the Present Immigrant Community, 1911
39 2002 Elliott, John Lovejoy, Brochure about, 1938
39 2003 Ellwood, Charles A., The Educational Theory of Social Progress, 1917
39 2004 Elting, Howard, material about, 1920
39 2005 Elting, Victor, remembrances of Walter L. Fisher, 1935
39 2006 Emergency Committee on Relief for Chicago area, Publications, 1936
39 2007 English Poor-Laws, 1388-1847, list, n.d.
39 2008 Fabian Society (London), Publications, 1907-1908
39 2009 Fallis, Florence M., The Biography of Graham Taylor, 1937
39 2010 Family Welfare Association of America, Procedures in Giving Relief to Families of the Unemployed, ca. 1931-1932
39 2011 Favill, Henry Baird, Materials by and about, 1916
39 2012 Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, reports & publications, 1910-1925
39 2013 Field, Erlund, Old Age Pensions, n.d.
39 2014 Foley, James W., "My Neighbor and I" (poem dedicated to Graham Taylor), n.d.
39 2015 Folks, Homer; A Tribute to, 1923
39 2016 Forbush, William B., The Boy Problem: A Study in Social Pedagogy, 1900
39 2017 Ford, Earl C., and Wm. Z. Foster, Syndicalism, n.d.
39 2018 The Forward Movement (Chicago), Publications, 1899
39 2019 Franklin Settlement (Detroit), brochure, ca. 1937
39 2020 Friendly Aid Settlement House (New York), report, 1900
39 2021 Gavit, John P., "Degrees" in Settlement Fellowship, ca. 1900
39 2022 General Education Committee on Chicago Philanthropy, publications, ca. 1912-1914
39 2023 Gilder, Richard Watson, The University Settlement and Good Citizenship, 1897
39 2024 Gilkey, Charles Whitney, Dean, Rockefeller Chapel, Tribute by Taylor, 1935
39 2025 Gillette, Henry J., Clippings about, ca. 1890's
39 2026 Gladden, Washington, 1882-1918
40 2027 Glenn, John M., material about, 1910
40 2028 Goodrich Social Settlement, (Cleveland), 1897-1898
40 2029 Gordon, Edgar B., Clipping, n.d.
40 2030 Great Britain - News-Chronicle Summary of the Final Report of the Royal Commission on Unemployment Insurance, 1932
40 2031 Greene, Jacob L., The Social Vice, 1887
40 2032 Hall, Helen, publications by, 1930-1936
40 2033 Hard, William, "Chicago's Five Maiden Aunts", 1906
40 2034 Harlan, John Maynard, Bulletins, 1905
40 2035 Harper, Edward T., Obituary, 1921
40 2036 Harper, Samuel A., "Industrial Reform in Illinois", 1910
40 2037 Harper, William Rainey, Memorial Bulletins, 1906
40 2038 The Hart Schaffner & Marx Labor Agreement, 1914-1921
40 2039 Hart, Hornell, The New Social Order in America, 1919
40 2040 Hartesveldt, Richard J., Warren Woods (Michigan), n.d.
40 2041 Hartford, CT, about, 1888-1914
40 2042 Hartford, 4th Congregational Church, administrative papers, 1880-1918
40 2043 Hartford - 4th Congregational Church - Anniversary publications, 1882, 1907, 1932
40 2044 Hartford - 4th Congregational Church, member lists, 1841, 1853, 1890
40 2045 Hartford, 4th Congregational Church - Notices, Calendar, etc., 1889-1893
40 2046 Hartford - 4th Congregational Church - Yearbook, 1890-1891
40 2047 Hartford - 4th Congregational Church - Misc. Publications, 1833-1914
40 2048 Hartford - 4th Congregational Church, Yoke Fellow's Band (ex-convicts), Correspondence and pamphlet, 1883-1894
41 2049 Hartford Theological Seminary, Administrative papers, 1888-1892
41 2050 Hartford Theological Seminary - Materials by and about, 1928, n.d.
41 2051 Hartford Theological Seminary - Publications, Dec. 1889-Feb. 1890
41 2052 Hattie Elizabeth Lewis Memorial Essays, 1914, 1921, 1928
41 2053 Haymarket - Tenth Annual Memorial Services For the Commemoration of the Judicially Murdered Martyrs of the Laboring Classes, program, 1897
41 2054 Healy, William, Application of Psychology to the Study of Crime & Criminals, n.d.
41 2055 Henderson, C.R., Publications by and about, 1894-1915
41 2056 Hill, Archibald A., Clipping and Memorial, 1907-1908
41 2057 Hodges, Dean George, - Publication about, 1926
41 2058 Holden, Arthur C., Primer of Housing, 1927
41 2059 Hollander, Katharine Rawson, Work with Individuals through the Settlement, 1939
41 2060 Hollander, Sidney, A Presentation of Statistical Data Concerning Sub Community 49 Chicago, 1936
41 2061 Hollander, Sidney, Trends In the Relationship of the Settlement to its Neighborhood, 1936
41 2062 Holmes, J.A., Coal Mine Accidents and their Prevention, n.d.
41 2063 Holt, Arthur E., Materials by and about, 1920-1942
41 2064 Hoover, Herbert (U.S. President) - Endorsement, 1928
41 2065 Hopewell Church (NY) - Material about, 1864-1939
41 2066 Hornbeck, Stanley K., China To-Day: Political, 1927
41 2067 Howe, Dr. Harmon G., Obituary, 1913
41 2068 Howenstine, E. Jay, Demobilization after the first world war, 1943
41 2069 Huber, Anne Elizabeth. The Recreations of Working Girls: Report of the Chicago Commons Fellowship Investigation, 1905
41 2070 Hull House - Names of former residents, n.d.
41 2071 Hutchinson, Charles L., President, Art Institute of Chicago - Obituary, 1924
41 2072 Illinois, Bills re: Employers Liability, 1909-1912
41 2073 Illinois, Bills re: Mining safety/fire prevention, ca.1910
41 2074 Illinois, Civil Administration Code, 1917
41 2075 Illinois Commission on Unemployment, legislation, ca. 1915
41 2076 Illinois Conference on Social Legislation, fliers, 1939-1940, n.d.
41 2077 Illinois Constitution and Revisions, 1917-1922
41 2078 Illinois Department of Labor, suggestions of persons qualified, n.d.
41 2079 Illinois Department of Public Welfare, suggestions of persons qualified, n.d.
41 2080 Illinois - Directors of Insane Hospitals and Home for Feeble Minded, n.d.
42 2081 Illinois, The Industrial Commission, New Labor Code, 1909
42 2082 Illinois, Joint Committee on Industrial Standards, questionnaires & reports, 1933, n.d.
42 2083 Illinois Joint Committee on Labor Legislation - Women's 8-hour, 1935
42 2084 Illinois Liquor Control Law, (printed law), 1934
42 2085 Illinois Manufacturers Association, Factory Inspection Legislation, 1908
42 2086 Illinois Mining Commission, founding of, reports, 1909-1911
42 2087 Illinois Press Association, Award, 1929
42 2088 Illinois, Selective Service, Roster of Officials, 1918
42 2089 Illinois Vigilance Association, publications, n.d., 1911
42 2090 Illinois Workers Alliance of Cook County, publications, fliers, & handbills, 1936-1939
42 2091 Industrial Conference called by The President, Report, 1920
42 2092 Interchurch World Movement of North America, Reports & Publications, 1920
42 2093 International Association of Settlements [England] - "Settlements in Many Lands", ca. 1926
42 2094 International Harvester Co., Industrial Council Plan, 1919
42 2095 Japan - publications re: Social life & problems, 1904 - 1922
42 2096 Johnson, Alexander, Works by, n.d.
42 2097 Johnson, Jennie, kidnapping case - correspondence and other material, 1901, 1911
42 2098 Joint Committee on Public Assistance, "Relief" Bulletin, 1936
42 2099 Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, Peace, Not War, The School of Heroism, ca. 1913
42 2100 Jones, Samuel M., Mayor of Toledo; Material by and about, 1895-1904
42 2101 Jones, Thomas Jesse, radio transcript: "The Rural Billion and Missions", 1935
43 2102 Juvenile Protective Association, Annual Reports (incomplete), 1910-1926
43 2103 Juvenile Protective Association, miscellaneous items about, 1915-1925, n.d.
43 2104 Juvenile Protective Association, Pamphlets & Booklets, 1911-1915
43 2105 Juvenile Protective Association, Pamphlets & Booklets, 1916-1937
43 2106 Juvenile Protective Association, Summaries of Work (incomplete), 1912-1922
43 2107 Kagawa, Toyohiko, Social worker, brochure about, 1924
43 2108 Karr, William S., Obituaries, ca. 1888
43 2109 Kelley, Florence, Obituaries, 1932
43 2110 Kelsey, Henry H., Pastor, Hartford 4th Congregational Church - Clippings/Obituary, 1907, 1926
43 2111 Kennedy, Albert J., Nat'l Federation of Settlements, "Saloons - Retrospect - Prospect", 1933
43 2112 Kent, William, U.S. Senator (California), Speeches, brochures, & obituary, 1902-1928
43 2113 King, Dr. Irving J., Address at a Relief Mass Meeting, 1939
43 2114 Knox College, re: Taylor's Honorary Graduate degree, 1921
43 2115 Laidler, Harry W., Unemployment - And Its Remedies, 1929
43 2116 Lancaster, E.G., The Psychology and Pedagogy of Adolescence, 1897
43 2117 Lathrop, Julia C., Obituaries, 1932
43 2118 Lawrence Memorial Association (Baltimore), Annual Reports, 1894-1897
43 2119 Lawson, Victor F., materials about, 1925, n.d.
43 2120 League of Free Nations Assoc., Analytical Summary of the Int'l Labor Conference, ca. 1919
43 2121 Legler, Henry E., memorial program, 1917
43 2122 Leland, Dr. Simeon E., The Financing of Unemployment Relief Federal Government Must Assume Portion of Burden, 1932
43 2123 Liquor Problem, The: a report by the Ethical Sub-committee of the Committee of Fifty, 1900
43 2124 Linn, James Weber, nephew of Jane Addams, clippings, 1935, n.d.
43 2125 Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Obituaries, 1903
43 2126 Lloyd, Jessie Bross, Obituary, 1904
43 2127 Lockwood, V.H., Childhood's Bill of Rights, n.d.
43 2128 London City Mission: Down In the Depths of Outcast London Being Facts Not Recorded in the "Bitter Cry.", n.d.
43 2129 Lovett, Robert Morss, clipping, 1933
44 2130 McCartney, Richard Hayes, The Whip of God, n.d.
44 2131 McCormick family - clippings & calling card, 1920, 1929, 1947
44 2132 McCulloch, Catherine Waugh, material by and about, 1945, n.d.
44 2133 McCulloch, Frank - Obituaries, 1947
44 2134 McCulloch, Frank, Memories of Graham Taylor (speech), 1939
44 2135 McDowell, Mary E. - material about (and obituaries), n.d., 1898, 1936
44 2136 Macfadden, Bernarr, Is Separation of the Sexes Advisable?, n.d.
44 2137 McLean, Lester, Jr. Lester McLean - An Appreciation, ca. 1904
44 2138 MacVeagh, Franklin, president, Citizens' Association - Address, 1874
44 2139 Mack, Julian W. - The Juvenile Court, speech, 1907
44 2140 Marson, Rev. C.L., & Rev. W.F. Cobb, The Social Teaching of the Early Christian Fathers, 1895
44 2141 Marx, Karl, Bulletin about, from The Council for Social Service of the Church of England in Canada, 1921
44 2142 Matthiesen, Frederick W., portrait (print), n.d.
44 2143 Matz, Mary Lewis ("Mother"), Memorial and mourning card, 1911
44 2144 Mead, Edwin D., Horace Bushnell: The Citizen, 1900
44 2145 Men and Religion Forward Movement, A Message to the Social Service Committees of the Men and Religion Forward Movement, n.d.
44 2146 Merriam, Charles E., Campaign brochures, ca. 1911
44 2147 Methodist Church, Dept. Evangelism and Social Service circulars, ca. 1918
44 2148 Methodist Episcopal Church, The Social Creed, 1916
44 2149 Methodist Federation for Social Services, "The Church and the Social Question", ca. 1916
44 2150 Michigan Political Science Association, Social Problems of the Farmer, 1902
44 2151 Midwest Conference of Unemployed Organizations, Report of Resolutions, 1932
44 2152 Millar's Chicago Letter, 1939
44 2153 Milliken, O.J., The Chicago Vacation Schools for 1898..., 1898
44 2154 Mine Disaster, Cherry, Illinois, material about, 1909
44 2155 Mullenbach, James, Materials by and about, 1935
44 2156 Municipal Voters League, Publications & Reports, 1896-1931
44 2157 Municipal Voters' League - Testimonial presented on Taylor's 80th birthday, May 2, 1931
45 2158 National Allegiance of Legal Aid Societies, Proceedings, 3rd Biennial Convention, 1916
45 2159 National Conference of Charities and Correction, publications, clippings, and badge, 1914
45 2160 National Conference of Settlements, brochure on Chicago Settlements, 1918
45 2161 National Conference of Social Work, publications, 1932-1934
45 2162 National Conference on Work and Security, "Recovery through the National Work and Security Program", ca. 1939
45 2163 National Consumers' League, conference, 1932
45 2164 National Economic League, publications, 1918, 1926, n.d.
45 2165 National Federation of Settlements, material by and about, 1918-1935
45 2166 National Federation of Settlements. Schedule on the Problem of the Adolescent Girl between Fourteen and Eighteen Years of Age, 1911-1913
45 2167 National Urban League, Publications, 1931, 1935
45 2168 Neighborhood: A Settlement Quarterly, directories and bibliography, 1929-1931
45 2169 Neighborhood House (Louisville, KY), publications, 1898-1900
45 2170 New York Police Department, material about, 1895-1917
45 2171 Noel, Joseph R., Report of the Committee On New County Jail and Criminal Court Building, ca. 1924
45 2172 North Shore Community School of Religious Education, pamphlet, 1916
45 2173 Northwestern University Settlement Association, publications, 1894-1898
45 2174 Ogden, G.B. Making the Church Effective in the City Slum, 1916
45 2175 Page, Kirby, Industrial Facts Concrete Data Concerning Industrial Problems and Proposed Solutions, 1921
45 2176 Palmer, Albert W., An Apology to the Dead (speech), 1937
45 2177 Parker, Cortland, report - on delay and uncertainty in judicial administration, 1886
45 2178 Passmore Edwards Settlement (U.K.), brochure about, n.d.
45 2179 Paton, Lewis Bayles, memorial program, 1932
45 2180 Patton, Rev. W.W., Sermons and Memorial Program by, 1857, 1880
46 2181 Peabody, Francis G., Obituaries, 1937
46 2182 Petavel, J.W., Unemployment A Great Opportunity to Solve the Problem an Appeal to All the Well-Wishers of Those Who Fought for Us (U. of Calcutta), 1921
46 2183 Pond, Allen B., Obituaries, 1929
46 2184 Poole, Ernest, Katharine Breshkovsky: For Russia's Freedom, 1905
46 2185 Post, Louis F., Poems, ca. 1926, 1931
46 2186 Pound, Roscoe, Social Justice and Legal Justice, 1912
46 2187 Powell, G. Harold, Fundamental Principles of Co-operation in Agriculture, 1920
46 2188 Powers, H.H., The Art of Travel, 1902
46 2189 Pratt, Nathaniel M., memorial program, 1937
46 2190 Princeton Theological Seminary, Syllabus of a Course of Seven Lectures on Sociological Conditions and Methods of Pastoral and Church Work, 1894
46 2191 Protestant Episcopal Church, Reconstruction Programs a Bibliography and Digest, 1919
46 2192 Ramsey, D. Hilden, Policemen as Welfare Workers, n.d.
46 2193 Rauschenbush, Walter - Article about, 1926
46 2194 Reed, Susan Martha, Church and State in Massachusetts, 1691-1740, pub. 1914
46 2195 Reid, Rev. Gilbert, The 45th, 46th & 47th Reports of the Int'l Institute of China or the Mission among the Higher Classes in China, 1921
46 2196 Reitman, Ben, clipping about, n.d.
46 2197 Relief Commission of the Council of Hyde Park & Kenwood Churches Chicago, Report on Relief in Illinois, 1940
46 2198 Religious Value of Social Work for Children, 1912
46 2199 Reoch, Jane, clipping about, 1935
46 2200 Riggs, Ernest W. The Gospel in the Seventeenth Ward of Chicago, 1909
46 2201 Roadside Settlement (Des Moines), pamphlet about, 1898
46 2202 Robert Browning Hall Social Settlement (London), publications, 1896, n.d.
46 2203 Robins, Margaret Dreier, Memorial Program, 1945
46 2204 Robins, Raymond, clippings and other materials re: his disappearance, 1932
46 2205 Robins, Raymond, material about his home (Brooksville, FL), 1936-1937
46 2206 Robins, Raymond, material by and about, 1908-1935
46 2207 Rollo, Jo, clipping about, 1930
46 2208 Roosevelt, Theodore, Address before the Convention of the Nat'l Progressive Party, 1912
46 2209 Rose, W.B., The Wonderful Book (pamphlet), n.d.
46 2210 Rosenthal, Benjamin J., article about, 1920
46 2211 Rosenwald Family, Material about, n.d.
46 2212 Russell Sage Foundation, Publications, 1910-1930
46 2213 Ryan, Rev. John A. Catholic Principles and the Present Crisis, 1932
46 2214 Ryerson, E.L., and E.L. Jr. - material by and about, 1917-1934
47 2215 Saint Louis Social Settlement, publications, 1895-1897
47 2216 St. Louis Working Girls' Free Library, 6th Annual Report, 1892
47 2217 Salter, William L., clipping, (1908?)
47 2218 Sanborn, Alvan F., A Study of Beggars and their Lodgings (Boston), ca. 1895
47 2219 Sandburg, Carl, 8 poems, typewritten, 3 pp., n.d.
47 2220 Scott, Chester Curtis, a study of the boy's work program of a social settlement in its relation to delinquency (dissertation), 1928
47 2221 Scudder, Myron T., Play Days for Country Schools, 1909
47 2222 Scully, Alexander B., Obituary, 1914
47 2223 Selz, Schwab & Co. [Manufacturing, prices for piece-work, & arbitration], 1901-1903
47 2224 Settlement Coffee House & Bakery (Chicago), menu, n.d.
47 2225 Settlements, general information about, 1895-1924
47 2226 Shea, Cornelius P., clippings about, 1907
47 2227 Sherwin-Williams Co., publications by, 1901-1905
47 2228 Seidenberg, Rev. Frederic, obituary, n.d.
47 2229 Sing, Edith M., What is Meant by A "Women's Settlement", (Liverpool), 1897
47 2230 Smith, D. Maude, contralto, publicity, ca. 1906
47 2231 Smith, J.P., Shoe Co., Arbitration materials, 1902-1904
47 2232 Smuts, General, - material by and about, 1919-1923
47 2233 Social Forces: A Topical Outline With Bibliography, 1915
47 2234 Social Frontier Journal - advertisement for, 1934
47 2235 Social Reform Union, conference announcement, ca. 1899
47 2236 Social Settlement (Baltimore), publications, 1897
47 2237 Social Work Conference on Federal Action on Unemployment, publications, ca. 1932
47 2238 Spencer, Anna Garlin, Announcement of her Social Service courses, 1908
47 2239 State Charities Aid Association, publications, 1922-1930
47 2240 Stead, W.T. "Lest We Forget": A Keepsake from the Nineteenth Century, 1901
47 2241 Stead, William J., material by and about, 1938, n.d.
47 2242 Stereotypers Union, material on arbitration, 1905
47 2243 Stevenson, Katharine Lente, Article on Chicago Commons' Conference, "A Social and Economic Conference", 1896
47 2244 Stewart, Ethelbert, The Disintegration of the Families of the Workingmen, 1893
47 2245 Stone, Mary, Some Social Facts about Children Leaving School for Work in Chicago, 1926-1927
47 2246 Strawn, Silas H., The Fallacy of Higher Wages, Shorter Hours and Increased Taxation as the Basis for Prosperity, 1935
47 2247 Strong, Walter A., Chicago Daily News, obituaries, 1931
47 2248 Sunset Club, 84th Meeting, program, 1895
47 2249 Swing, David, Professor, article about, 1894
48 2250 Tarbell, Ida M., How Chicago is Finding Herself, n.d.
48 2251 Teaching Notes, Pomona College (CA) and Portland (OR), 1921
48 2252 Teamsters Union Strike, material, 1904-1905
48 2253 Tennessee Valley Authority - Material about, 1935, n.d.
48 2254 Thomas, Norman, League for Industrial Democracy, A Socialist Looks at the New Deal, 1934
48 2255 Thompson, Willam Hale, Mayor of Chicago, article about, 1931
48 2256 Thrasher, Samuel Powers, memorial program, 1925
48 2257 Tibbetts, Roy C., U. of Chicago Study of Industrial Residential Neighborhoods, [n.d.]
48 2258 Tilt Shoe Company, arbitration, 1902
48 2259 Tolstoy, Leo, publications by, 1900
48 2260 Toynbee Hall, London, article about, ca. 1887 (?)
48 2261 Tuberculosis in Chicago, map by Theodore B. Sachs MD [see Oversize], 1906-1908
48 2262 United Charities of Chicago, publications, 1917-1937
48 2263 United Master Butchers Assoc., plea to close on Sundays, n.d.
48 2264 United Neighborhood Houses, report, n.d.
48 2265 U.S. Government documents re: The Depression (Unemployment, Economic Security), 1932-1935
48 2266 U.S. Dept. of Labor - Children's Bureau, publications, 1910-1932
48 2267-2270 U.S. War Dept. - Publications, 1917-1920
48 2271 Unity House Social Settlement (Minneapolis), material by and about, 1897-1898
48 2272 Universal Christian Conference on Life and Work, Draft of Report on the Church and Economic and Industrial Problems, n.d.
48 2273 University of Chicago, School of Social Service Admin., course announcement, 1921
48 2274 University of Chicago Settlement, materials by and about, 1896-1897
48 2275 University of Chicago, World's Columbian Exposition and the University of Chicago, 1923
49 2276 Van Der Vaart, Harriet, article about, 1908
49 2277 Vice Commission Testimony, 1913
49 2278 Vincent, George H., Address at Amer. Sociological Society dinner, 1924
49 2279 Virkus, Frederick Adams, How Cincinnati Put the City Manager Plan Across How the Campaign Could Be Applied in Chicago, n.d.
49 2280 Wacker, Charles H., material by and about, 1910-1912, n.d.
49 2281 Wald, Lillian D., The Federal Children's Bureau, n.d.
49 2282 Walton, W.C., "Preparation for Special Efforts to Promote the Work of God a Discourse Founded on Judges, v. 23", 1833
49 2283 Ward, Frank Gibson, memorial program, 1930
49 2284 Ward, Harry F., The Social Revolution and Religion, 1920
49 2285 Washington Council of Social Agencies, Self-Study of Group-Work Agencies, questionnaire, n.d.
49 2286 Wayfarers, Club, invitation, publications, and article, 1914-1922
49 2287 Webb, Sidney, The Work of the London County Council, 1895
49 2288 Weed, Inez F. The Relation of Manual Training to Education and Industry: A Firsthand Study of Conditions in Chicago, 1903
49 2289 Weeks, Estella T., Reconstruction Programs A Comparative Study of their Content and of the Viewpoints of the Issuing Organizations, 1919
49 2290 Westminster House Social Settlements (Buffalo, NY), brochure, n.d.
49 2291 White, William Allen, Excerpts from a Personal Letter to Raymond Robins [re: Landon], 1936
49 2292 Wholesale Drug House Employes' Union, Arbitration, 1903
49 2293 Wilcox, Delos F., The Standard Work on Municipal Franchises, book advertisement, ca. 1911
49 2294 Williams, John M., Obituaries, 1901
49 2295 Williamson, Shames, Report of work with Greeks and Turks at Chicago Commons, 1915
49 2296 Wilson, Ruth Agnes, and Homer Wiltsie Borst, Songs of the Settlement (poetry book), n.d.
49 2297 Wisconsin, State Bill #477, Child Protection, n.d.
49 2298 Woman's University Settlement League, Constitution and By-Laws, n.d.
49 2299 Women's City Club of Chicago, Catechism for Women Voters in Illinois, 1913
49 2300 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, materials from, 1922-1935
49 2301 Woods, Robert Archey, memorial program, 1926
49 2302 Workers Alliance of America, material about, 1936-1939
49 2303 Workers' Voice Newspaper (see Oversize), Mar. 1, 1933
49 2304 Wright, Carroll D., publications, 1884-1908
49 2305 Y.M.C.A., materials by and about, 1915-1921
49 2306 Y.W.C.A., materials by and about, 1922-1940
49 2307 Zabriskie, Francis N., The Bible: A Workingmen's Book, 1888
49 2308 Zeisler, Fannie Bloomfield, memorial program, 1927
49 2309 Zeisler, Sigmund, Reminiscences of the Anarchist Case (plus clipping), 1926

Series 7: Chicago Commons Files, 1894-1975, bulk 1894-1944

Articles of Incorporation and by-laws, news clippings about the settlement house, manuscript notes and statistics, reports, minutes, correspondence, school schedules, subscription blanks, accounting information, announcements of lectures and other activities, unemployment surveys, "Pleasant Sunday Afternoon" and other programs, Chicago Commons Women's Club yearbooks and other material, Chicago Commons Choral Club materials, postcards, song sheets for Chicago Commons gatherings, brochures and information about the camps run by the Commons, and other materials. Some publications are in other languages (Greek, Hungarian, Armenian, Italian, Polish, and Russian) to better serve the settlement house's residents and neighbors. There are also several reports on activities and purpose of the Commons, and history of the Commons. The collection includes four scrapbooks, compilers unknown. The scrapbooks have been digitized or microfilmed.
Arranged into four sections: Administrative Files, Clippings, Programs, Publications, etc., and Scrapbooks.

Box Folder Contents
50 2310 Administrative Files - 40th Anniversary - Planning, 1934
50 2311 Administrative Files - 50th Anniversary - Planning, 1944
50 2312 Administrative Files - Agreement, Residents, 1899
50 2313 Administrative Files - Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, 1894
50 2314 Administrative Files - Boundaries of Insurance Map Districts, notecards, 1926
50 2315 Administrative Files - Building Fund, 1899-1904
50 2316 Administrative Files - Candy Workers Union, 1934
50 2317 Administrative Files - Choral Club Constitution and Ballot, 1920
50 2318 Administrative Files - Choral Club Minute Book, 1900-1905
50 2319 Administrative Files - Children's Scholarship League, 1931
50 2320 Administrative Files - Children's Scholarships, 1932
50 2321 Administrative Files - Church Census (notecards), 1909
50 2322 Administrative Files - Clock, Elizabeth Sheridan Memorial, 1912
50 2323 Administrative Files - Club Leader's Reports, 1929
50 2324 Administrative Files - Clubs, Form of Study of, 1931
50 2325 Administrative Files - Committee List, 1900
51 2326 Administrative Files - Commons (Periodical), 1896
51 2327 Administrative Files - Commons (Periodical) Letterpress Copybook, 1897-1900
51 2328 Administrative Files - Contract, Telephone Service, 1899
51 2329 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1894-1899
51 2330 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1900-1918
51 2331 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 25th Anniversary, Letters of Congratulation, 1919
51 2332 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1920-1929
51 2333 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1930-1936
51 2334 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 40th Anniversary, Letters of Congratulation, 1934
51 2335 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1937-1941
51 2336 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 50th Anniversary, Congratulations and Former Residents, 1944
51 2337 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1942-1946
51 2338 Administrative Files - Correspondence, 1953-1972
52 2339 Administrative Files - Drop-out Study, 1944
52 2340 Administrative Files - Financial, 1896-1899
52 2341 Administrative Files - Financial, 1900-1905
52 2342 Administrative Files - Financial, 1906-1934
52 2343 Administrative Files - Housing Survey, Report and Questionnaires, Spring 1940
52 2344 Administrative Files - Illinois State Employment Service, 1935-1936
52 2345 Administrative Files - Joint Emergency Relief Service, 1931-1936
52 2346 Administrative Files - Kindergarten, contract with Berthe Hofer Hegner, 1899
52 2347 Administrative Files - Matheon Club, agreement for Creche (Day Nursery) Management
52 2348 Administrative Files - Merry Girls Club Project, 1929
52 2349 Administrative Files – Merry Girls Club, Minutes, Report, 1930
52 2350 Administrative Files – Minutes, Staff Meetings, 1916-1941
52 2351 Administrative Files – Northwest Advisory Council/Wicker Park Conference, Minutes and Notes, 1932
53 2352 Administrative Files – Notes, Statistics, etc., 1894
53 2353 Administrative Files – Notes, Statistics, etc., 1895
53 2354 Administrative Files – Notes, Statistics, etc., 1896
53 2355 Administrative Files – Notes, Statistics, etc., 1897
53 2356 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1898
53 2357 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1899
53 2358 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1900
53 2359 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1901
53 2360 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1902
53 2361 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1905
53 2362 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1906
53 2363 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1907
53 2364 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1909
53 2365 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1910
53 2365a Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1911
53 2366 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1912
53 2367 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1922
53 2368 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1923
53 2369 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1928
53 2370 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1931
53 2371 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1933
53 2372 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1934
53 2373 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1935
53 2374 Administrative Files - Notes, Statistics, etc., 1941
53 2375 Administrative Files - Polish Busy Bees Club, Record of Activities, 1929
53 2376 Administrative Files - Reports, 1912-1920
53 2377 Administrative Files - Reports, 1926-1930
53 2378 Administrative Files - Reports, 1931-1939
53 2379 Administrative Files - Reports, 1940
53 2380 Administrative Files - Report, Chicago Hearing on Unemployment, Jan. 1932
53 2381 Administrative Files - Report, Family Unemployment, 1928
53 2382 Administrative Files - Report, History, Neighborhood, and Work of Chicago Commons, 1925
53 2383 Administrative Files - Report, Industrial Survey, 1926
53 2384 Administrative Files - Report, The Neighborhood about Chicago Commons, 1917
53 2385 Administrative Files - Report, A Study of Chicago Commons, 1940
54 2386 Administrative Files - Reunion Night, planning materials, May 9, 1939
54 2387 Administrative Files - Settlement Letters, Letterpress Copybook, 1898-1899
54 2388 Administrative Files - Settlement Organization, Outlines, Feb. 1898-1899
54 2389 Administrative Files - Shoe Situation, 1935
54 2390 Administrative Files - Trustee List, 1895-1902
54 2391 Administrative Files - Trustees: Graham Taylor's last address, Mar. 2, 1938
54 2392 Administrative Files - Volunteer Handbook, 1922
54 2393 Administrative Files - Woman's Club, Birthday Speech, 1921
54 2394 Administrative Files - WPA Workers, 1935
54 2395 Clippings, 1895-1897
54 2396 Clippings, 1898-1902
54 2397 Clippings, 1903-1910
54 2398 Clippings, 1911-1918
54 2399 Clippings, 1919 (25th Anniversary)
54 2400 Clippings, 1920-1925
54 2401 Clippings, 1926-1934
54 2402 Clippings, 1936-1944
55 2403 Programs, Publications, etc., 1894
55 2404 Programs, Publications, etc., 1895
55 2405 Programs, Publications, etc., 1896
55 2406 Programs, Publications, etc., 1897
55 2407 Programs, Publications, etc., 1898
55 2408 Programs, Publications, etc., 1899
55 2409 Programs, Publications, etc., 1900
55 2410 Programs, Publications, etc., 1901
55 2411 Programs, Publications, etc., 1902
55 2412 Programs, Publications, etc., ca. 1902 (n.d.)
55 2413 Programs, Publications, etc., 1903
55 2414 Programs, Publications, etc., 1904
55 2415 Programs, Publications, etc., 1905
55 2416 Programs, Publications, etc., 1906
55 2417 Programs, Publications, etc., 1907
55 2418 Programs, Publications, etc., 1908
55 2419 Programs, Publications, etc., 1909
55 2420 Programs, Publications, etc., 1910
55 2421 Programs, Publications, etc., 1911
56 2422 Programs, Publications, etc., 1912
56 2423 Programs, Publications, etc., 1913
56 2424 Programs, Publications, etc., 1914
56 2425 Programs, Publications, etc., 1915
56 2426 Programs, Publications, etc., 1916
56 2427 Programs, Publications, etc., 1917
56 2428 Programs, Publications, etc., 1918
56 2429 Programs, Publications, etc., 1919, General
56 2430 Programs, Publications, etc., 1919 (25th Anniversary)
56 2431 Programs, Publications, etc., 1920
56 2432 Programs, Publications, etc., 1921
56 2433 Programs, Publications, etc., 1922
56 2434 Programs, Publications, etc., 1923
56 2435 Programs, Publications, etc., 1924
56 2436 Programs, Publications, etc., 1925
56 2437 Programs, Publications, etc., 1926
56 2438 Programs, Publications, etc., 1927
56 2439 Programs, Publications, etc., 1928
56 2440 Programs, Publications, etc., 1929
56 2441 Programs, Publications, etc., 1930
57 2442 Programs, Publications, etc., 1931
57 2443 Programs, Publications, etc., 1932
57 2444 Programs, Publications, etc., 1933
57 2445 Programs, Publications, etc., 1934, General
57 2446 Programs, Publications, etc., 1934 (40th Anniversary)
57 2447 Programs, Publications, etc., 1935
57 2448 Programs, Publications, etc., 1936
57 2449 Programs, Publications, etc., 1937
57 2450 Programs, Publications, etc., 1938
57 2451 Programs, Publications, etc., 1939
57 2452 Programs, Publications, etc., 1940
57 2453 Programs, Publications, etc., 1941
57 2454 Programs, Publications, etc., 1942
57 2455 Programs, Publications, etc., 1943
57 2456 Programs, Publications, etc., 1944 (mostly 50th anniversary)
57 2457 Programs, Publications, etc., 1945
57 2458 Programs, Publications, etc., 1947
57 2459 Programs, Publications, etc., 1948
57 2460 Programs, Publications, etc., 1948, Merger of Commons and Emerson House, Announcements
57 2461 Programs, Publications, etc., 1946
57 2462 Programs, Publications, etc., 1970, 1975
57 2463 Programs, Publications, etc., Chicago Commons Council Newsletter, Nov. 8, 1909-May 5, 1911
57 2464 Programs, Publications, etc., Chicago Commons Magazine, 1896, 1901, 1903
57 2465 Programs, Publications, etc., Newsletters (scattered), 1918-1947
58 2466-2485 Scrapbook vol. 1: Programs and Publications, pp. 1-115, 1900-1904
59 2486-2490 Scrapbook vol. 1: Programs and Publications, pp. 116-143, 1903-1906
59 2491-2498 Scrapbook vol. 2: Images and clippings from The Commons magazine, pp. 1-43, n.d.
59 2499-2504 Scrapbook vol. 3: Clippings (primarily), pp. 1-37, 1894-1896
60 2505-2507 Scrapbook vol. 3: Clippings (primarily), pp. 38-59, 1896-1901
60 2508-2519 Scrapbook vol. 4: Administrative documents, tickets, and programs, pp. 1-, 1896-1901

Series 8: Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy Files, 1903-1922

Graham Taylor’s wish for a school of training for those interested in Social Work began in 1903, when University of Chicago president William Rainey Harper allowed Taylor to provide lectures as part of the U. of C. extension courses in Chicago’s Fine Arts Building. Visiting lecturers came from other schools of philanthropy, charitable organizations, the Chicago local government, unions, and people involved in settlements (such as Jane Addams, Julia Lathrop, and Raymond Robins). Taylor’s lecture series and school went through various name changes, settling on the Chicago Institute of Social Science around 1906. Taylor had hoped that the University would absorb these courses into their own curriculum, but he was unsuccessful in getting this arrangement, so he brought in the Chicago Commons trustees and other friends and colleagues to keep it going. In 1908 he was granted a charter for the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy “to promote through instruction, training, investigation and publication the efficiency of civic, philanthropic and social work and the improvement of living and working conditions.” The school experienced budget shortfalls since its inception, and in 1920 it was turned over to the University of Chicago, much to Taylor’s disappointment and disapproval. The School was renamed the Graduate School of Social Service Administration, and Taylor resigned as president of the School’s board at that time.
The series includes the Charter of the school, articles of incorporation and by-laws, minutes, correspondence, course offerings, statistics on students, and “yearbooks”, which are announcements, printed publications and bulletins of the school for each year.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
61 2520 Administrative Records, 1905-1908
61 2521 Administrative Records, 1909-1914
61 2522 Administrative Records, 1915-1916
61 2523 Administrative Records, 1917-1918
61 2524 Administrative Records, 1919
61 2525 Administrative Records, 1920-1922
61 2526 Alumni Register, 1903-1913
61 2527 Articles of Incorporation and By-laws, ca. 1908
62 2528 Charter, May 8, 1908
62 2529 Coursework - Humanitarian Progress in Local Institutions (notes), Summer 1906
62 2530 Coursework - Industrial Conditions and Relations (syllabus), Winter 1912
62 2531 Coursework - Institutional and Educational Philanthropy (syllabus), n.d.
62 2532 Coursework - Introduction to the study of Social Work and Philanthropic Work (lecture notes), Fall 1905
62 2533 Coursework - Local Government: Its Functions and Relations (notes), n.d.
62 2534 Coursework - Local Government and the Church (course outline), Spring 1913
62 2535 Coursework - Municipal Administration (course outline), n.d.
62 2536 Coursework - Survey of the Field [of Social Work] (class notes and syllabi), n.d.
62 2537 Historical Sketch and early curricula, ca. 1903-1908
62 2538 Publications - The Charity Visitor: A Handbook for Beginners, 1913
62 2539 Publications - City Welfare: Aids and Opportunity, 1911
62 2540 Publications - A Handbook for the Women Voters of Illinois, 1913
63 2541 Year Books and Bulletins, Aug. 1908-Jul. 1911
63 2542 Year Books and Bulletins, Jul. 1911-Apr. 1913
63 2543 Year Books and Bulletins, Jul. 1913-Jan. 1915
63 2544 Year Books and Bulletins, Apr. 1915-Jun. 1918
63 2545 Year Books and Bulletins, Jul. 1918-Jan. 1920

Series 9: Chicago Theological Seminary Files, 1892-1945

Clippings and announcements about Taylor’s appointment to the Chicago Theological Seminary, materials on Taylor’s courses, correspondence and minutes of the Seminary’s Board of Directors, a bound volume of personal greetings to Taylor by former students, publications by and about the Seminary, and materials on the Seminary’s Graham Taylor Hall (built 1926) comprise this series. Taylor was invited to teach at the Seminary while he was still a pastor at the Hartford Fourth Congregational Church. His passion for helping poor communities and his independent streak brought him to Chicago to fulfill this mission. Taylor served in various capacities at the seminary from 1892 to 1921; it was the only salary he ever drew, and he used that salary to fund all of his other projects, including the Commons. In 1914 the Seminary became a part of the University of Chicago, and in 1926 the University and the Seminary honored Taylor by building new quarters for the Seminary and naming the main structure Graham Taylor Hall.
Arranged.

Box Folder Contents
64 2546 Appointment and Teachings of Graham Taylor - materials on, 1892-1895
64 2547 Correspondence and Minutes, 1902-1931
64 2548 Coursework - Church and Community (course outline, references, and assignments of term papers), Autumn and Winter quarters, 1915-1916
64 2549 Coursework - Church and Industrial Reconstruction (bibliography, lecture notes), ca. 1921
64 2550 Coursework - Church and Society (course outline, list of trial term papers, lecture notes), 1916
64 2551 Coursework - Evangelism (outlines of class and field work, lecture notes), 1907-1908
64 2552 Coursework - General Sociology (course outline), n.d.
64 2553 Coursework - Group Life and the Function of the Church (course outline), Summer 1920
64 2554 Coursework - Human Partnerships and Their Personal and Social Function (syllabus), n.d.
64 2555 Coursework - Introduction to Sociology (outlines and notes), n.d.
64 2556 Coursework - Movements and Methods in Civic Reform and City Evangelism (outline for the Chicago Seminary Social Science Club), n.d.
64 2557 Coursework - Outline of Practical Theology (notes and syllabi), n.d.
64 2558 Coursework - Pedagogy: Historical Development (outline and syllabi), n.d.
64 2559 Graham Taylor Hall, materials on, 1915-1928
64 2560 Personal Greetings to Graham Taylor from alumni and students, 1918-1919
64 2561 Publications by and about the Seminary, n.d., 1914-1945

Series 10: Lea D. Taylor Files, 1921-1975

Lea Demarest Taylor was born to Graham Taylor and Leah Demarest Taylor in 1883 in Hartford, Connecticut; the third child and the second daughter. She moved with the entire family in 1893 to Chicago, to live in the Commons residence. Except for her four years at Vassar College from 1900-1904, she lived for the rest of her life in and around Chicago. From 1921 to 1948 she served as the director and head resident of the Chicago Commons. She retired to Highland Park, Illinois, in 1954, and stayed active in Commons affairs and those of the National Federation of Settlements and other social causes. Taylor died at the age of 92, on Dec. 3, 1975. Information about her and her family are well-detailed in the transcript of her oral history, conducted in 1968 by the National Federation of Settlements.
Most of the items in this small series relate to Lea Taylor's remembrances of her father and the continuation of his legacy at both the Chicago Commons and the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy (later the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration). Includes correspondence with political leaders, friends, colleagues at the Commons, and members of the National Federation of Settlements. Also includes greetings and congratulations for Taylor's 80th Birthday and the 50th anniversary of the School of Social Service Administration. There is an essay by Taylor about her father among some short writings on other subjects, and an informative Oral History transcript.
Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Contents
65 2562 80th Birthday Celebration, 1963
65 2563 Correspondence, General - Incoming, 1921-1954
65 2564 Correspondence, General - Outgoing, 1925-1944
65 2565 Correspondence: Reminiscences of / Research on Taylor and Chicago Commons, 1939-1969
65 2566 Memorial Program and Publication, 1975
65 2567 Oral History, transcript, ca. 1968
65 2568 Profile, in Social Action, December 1964
65 2569 School of Social Service Administration, 50th Anniversary, 1958
65 2570 Writings, 1940-1968

Series 11: Photographs, n.d., ca. 1868-1958

A small collection of black and white prints, with one tintype. The earliest photograph is of Graham Taylor as a student, sometime in the late 1860's. There are also pictures Taylor's wife Leah Demarest Taylor, taken before they were married in September 1873; of his son Graham Romeyn Taylor in Russia ca. 1917-1918, and of daughter Lea D. Taylor at the University of Chicago's celebration for the 50th Anniversary of the School of Social Service Administration in 1958.
Arranged alphabetically by person, with Events and Miscellaneous photographs following.

Box Folder Contents
65 2571 Taylor, Graham - "as a student", with unidentified man, ca. 1868-1872
65 2572 Taylor, Graham [presumably] - tintype, standing, ca. 1883-1894
65 2573 Taylor, Graham - half-tone portrait (2 copies), ca. 1890's
65 2574 Taylor, Graham - portrait, ca. 1930's
65 2575 Taylor, Graham Romeyn - with others, in Russia, ca. 1917-1918
65 2576 Taylor, Leah Demarest - "Just before marriage in Sept. 1873", portrait, May 1873
65 2577 Events - Taylor speaking at Convocation Hall, University of Toronto, Nov. 2, 1913
65 2578 Events - Laying the cornerstone for Graham Taylor Hall; two images (two copies of each). In photograph: Graham Taylor, Graham Romeyn Taylor, Lea Taylor, Julius Rosenwald, Ozora Davis, Chicago Mayor William Dever, and John R. Montgomery, Nov. 18, 1926
65 2579 Events - Cutting the cake, 50th Anniversary of the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. In photograph: Mrs. George A. Ranney, Lea D. Taylor, Hermon D. Smith, May 13, 1958
65 2580 Miscellaneous - Graham Taylor Hall, Chicago Theological Seminary, model and finished Hall, ca. 1919-1928
65 2581 Miscellaneous - Guida, John (Chicago Commons Resident?), about 7-11 years old, 1920
65 2582 Miscellaneous - Pesce, Michael J. (Chicago Commons Resident?), in his "convalescent outfit," 1942

Series 12: Scrapbooks - Daily News Columns, 1902-1938

Clippings of the columns Graham Taylor wrote weekly in the Chicago Daily News for over 35 years. Taylor covered social and labor issues locally, nationally, and internationally.
Due to the very fragile nature of the news clippings, it is advised that the researcher utilize the Chicago Daily News newspaper microfilm rather than these originals. The Newberry Library holds microfilm for the newspaper through 1935.
Arranged chronologically.

Box Contents
66 Chicago Daily News Columns, Nov. 22, 1902-Jun. 27, 1914
67 Chicago Daily News Columns, Jul. 3, 1914-Dec. 26, 1925
68 Chicago Daily News Columns, Jan. 2, 1926-Dec. 28, 1929
69 Chicago Daily News Columns, Jan. 4, 1930-Sept. 30, 1933
70 Chicago Daily News Columns, Oct. 7, 1933-Jan. 26, 1935
71 Chicago Daily News Columns, Feb. 2, 1935-May 29, 1936
72 Chicago Daily News Columns, Jun. 6, 1936-Oct. 8, 1938