Michigan Daily records  1950-1995
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Reports and memoranda [subseries]:
 
 1930
Box   24  
"The Institute of Methods of Rural Sociological Research," Summary Report
 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   7
Current Opinion of Farmers,  9/23/1939
Box   1 Folder   7
Report on Farmer Attitudes,  10/17/1939
 
 1940
Box   1 Folder   8
Rural and Urban Reactions to Conservation Work (Rough draft, exploratory study),  4/1940
Box   1 Folder   9
Report on Attitudes of Urban Residents Toward the Food Stamp Plan and Toward Alternative Methods of Disposing of Agricultural Surpluses,  4/29/1940
Box   1 Folder   10
Attitudes Toward the War and Its Expected Effects on Agriculture (War Report II),  5/15/1940
Box   1 Folder   10
Attitudes Toward the War and Its Expected Effects on Agriculture (Including material since invasion of Holland and Belgium). (War Report III),  5/24/1940
Box   1 Folder   11
The Farmer Reports on: What things have made it hardest to get along on the farm? What things have helped most toward getting along on the farm?,  7/08/1940
Box   1 Folder   11
Attitudes of Farmers toward Equality of AAA Benefits (Preliminary Report),  7/10/1940
Box   1 Folder   11
Attitudes of Farmers toward Adequacy of Soil Conservation in Farm Programs (Preliminary Report),  7/11/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Exploratory Study of Farmers' Attitudes Toward Administration of AAA (Preliminary report,  7/11/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
County Summary: LaSalle Co., Ill.; Delaware Co., Ind,  8/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Farmers' Reactions toward the Stamp Plan; Some preliminary results for Illinois and Indiana,  8/28/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Farmers' Attitudes Toward War, Defense and their Expected Effects on Agriculture; most recent preliminary results for Illinois and Indiana,  8/28/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Regional Summary; Recent Program Surveys, Illinois and Indiana,  8/28/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Farm Men's Cooperativeness Toward Programs; Preliminary results for Illinois and Indiana,  8/29/1940
Box   1 Folder   12
Farmers' Attitudes toward Problems of Growing Tenancy; Preliminary results including recent material from Illinois and Indiana,  8/29/1940
Box   1 Folder   13
Farmers Discuss their Major Credit Problems and Role of Government in Farm Credit (Preliminary Report),  9/05/1940
Box   1 Folder   13
Farmers' Attitudes Toward Continuance of AAA and Need to Adjust it to War Development,  9/23/1940
Box   1 Folder   13
Reactions to the Land Use Planning Program of Farmers in Unified Counties,  9/30/1940
Box   1 Folder   13
Regional summaries of "Attitudes of Farm Men toward the War and Its Expected Effects on Agriculture",  September-October 1940
Box   1 Folder   14
The Farmer Reports on: What things have made it hardest to get along on the farm? What things have helped most toward getting along on the farm? for Kansas,  10/08/1940
Box   1 Folder   14
The Farmer Reports on: What things have made it hardest to get along on the farm? What things have helped most toward getting along on the farm? for North Dakota and Macon County, Missouri,  10/08/1940
Box   1 Folder   14
Eight months of Change in Farmers' Reactions to the War and Its Expected Effects on Agriculture Part I: General Summary,  10/15/1940
Box   1 Folder   14
Farmers' Reactions to The Stamp Plan,  10/26/1940
Box   1 Folder   15
Proposal for Study of Farmers' Reactions to the Administrative Operation of Farm Programs (Preliminary Draft),  11/29/1940
Box   1 Folder   15
Memorandum; Subject: Farmers' Reactions to the Administrative Operation of Farm Programs,  11/08/1940
Box   1 Folder   15
Preliminary Report on Exploratory Study of Farmers' Attitudes Toward Market Milk Order and Recent Referenda,  2/15/1941
Box   24  
Untitled Manuscript (Kisatchie National Forest)
 
 1941
Box   1 Folder   15
The New York Milk Market Order and Referenda,  2/22/1941
Box   1 Folder   15
First Rough Draft of the AAA Study,  2/26/1941
Box   1 Folder   15
Preliminary Tabulations on Farmers' Reactions to a Suggested Production Control Program Featuring High Commodity Loans,  3/03/1941
Box   1 Folder   16
Agricultural Adjustment Administration Study,  3/11/1941
Box   1 Folder   16
The General Reactions of Farmers to the AAA Program,  3/31/1941
Box   1 Folder   16
Farmers' Reactions to Possible Changes in the AAA Program with the Purpose of Encouraging Live-at-Home,  34/08/1941
Box   1 Folder   16
Responses to Some Questions on Nutrition,  5/1941
Box   1 Folder   17
Farmers' Opinions Concerning "Fair" Prices and Loan Rates for Corn, Wheat and Cotton,  05/01/1941
Box   1 Folder   17
What Problems are Farmers Most Concerned About Today?,  5/09/1941
Box   1 Folder   17
Some Trends and Problems in Agriculture Today; A Discussion of Questions Asked at the "Agriculture Quiz Corner.",  6/1941
Box   1 Folder   18
Range of Spontaneous Suggestions Made by Farmers for Improving Specific Parts of the AAA Program,  06/13/1941
Box   1 Folder   18
Farmers' Expectations Regarding The War's Effect on Agriculture (Fall  1940 to Spring 1941),  6/18/1941
Box   1 Folder   18
Special Defense Estimates for 1942,  6/20/1941
Box   1 Folder   19
The Quiz Corner As a New Informational Technique,  7/1941
Box   1 Folder   19
Preliminary Comments on Mr. Rowalt's "Memorandum for the Administrative Council",  7/07/1941
Box   1 Folder   19
New York Farmer Committeeman and the ACP,  8/26/1941
Box   1 Folder   20
Special Memorandum no. 1 on Current Situation--Farmers' Reactions Relative to the Department of Agriculture's Defense Plans,  08/1941
Box   1 Folder   20
Special Memorandum no. 2 on Current Situation--Farmers' Reactions Relative to the Department of Agriculture's Defense Plans,  9/08/1941
Box   1 Folder   20
Special Memorandum no. 3 on Current Situation--Farmers' Reactions Relative to the Department of Agriculture's Defense Plans,  9/01/1941
Box   1 Folder   20
Special Memorandum no. 4 on Current Situation--Farmers' Reactions Relative to the Department of Agriculture's Defense Plans,  9/22/1941
Box   1 Folder   20
Special memorandum no. 5 on Current Situation--Southern Farmers and the Defense Plans of The Department of Agriculture,  9/29/1941
Box   1 Folder   21
Attitudes of Farmers Toward Cheaper Medical Service in Farm Areas Through Some Form of Government Aid,  9/30/1941
Box   1 Folder   21
Wisconsin Dairy Farmers' Reactions to the Present Dairy Situation,  10/02/1941
Box   1 Folder   21
Eight Months of Change in Farmers' Reactions to the War and Its Expected Effects on Agriculture, Part I: General Summary,  10/15/1940
Box   1 Folder   22
Farmers and the Price Situation,  10/22/1941
Box   1 Folder   22
Reconnaissance Study of Wisconsin Dairy Situation Before Production Goals Campaign (Preliminary Report),  10/23/1941
Box   1 Folder   22
Local Civilian Defense in Relation to Other Urban Problems,  10/23/1941
Box   1 Folder   23
The Wisconsin Production Goals Campaign in Action,  10/27/1941
Box   1 Folder   23
Reconnaissance Study of Pennsylvania Dairy Situation Before Production Goals Campaign (Preliminary Report),  11/19/1941
Box   1 Folder   23
Some Attitudes Toward Nutrition Problems in Five Large Cities,  11/19/1941
Box   24  
"Employee Morale in the Administrative Office, Bureau of Agricultural Economics"
 
 1941-1943
 
Rural Life Studies "The Culture of Contemporary Rural Communities"
Box   24  
Study 1 "El Cerrito, New Mexico"
Box   24  
Study 2 "Sublette, Kansas"
Box   24  
Study 3 "Landaff, New Hampshire"
Box   24  
Study 4 "The Old Older Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania"
Box   24  
Study 5 "Irwin, Iowa"
Box   24  
Study 6 "Harmony, Georgia"
 
 1942
Box   1 Folder   24
Preview of the  1942 Production Situation: Highlights of the Field Survey,  3/25/1942
Box   1 Folder   25
Preview of  1942 Production Situation: Summary of results of a survey made by the Bureau in March 1942  4/1942
Box   1 Folder   26
Farmers Look at the Post-War Period,  05/29/1942
Box   1 Folder   26
United Dairy Farmers Union Issue in Michigan,  6/27/1942
Box   1 Folder   27
Confidential Material Prepared for the Meeting of War Board Fieldmen: Part I, 407/08/1942
Box   1 Folder   27
Confidential Material Prepared for the Meeting of War Board Fieldmen: Part III,  7/08/1942
Box   1 Folder   27
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Baldwin County, Alabama, 7/10/1942
Box   1 Folder   27
Confidential Material Prepared for the Meeting of War Board Fieldmen: Part II,  7/13/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Copiah County, Mississippi,  7/13/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Yolo County, California,  7/16/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Yellowstone County, Montana,  7/20/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska,  7/20/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Bingham County, Idaho,  7/23/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Davis County, Utah,  7/28/1942
Box   1 Folder   28
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation Buffalo County, Nebraska,  7/31/1942
Box   1 Folder   29
Manpower in Agriculture for 1943,  8/12/1942
Box   1 Folder   29
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the United States Employment Service,  8/14/1942
Box   1 Folder   30
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Labor Situation in Southeastern Truck Farming Areas,  8/21/1942
Box   1 Folder   30
Attitudes of Farmers Toward Setting of Production Goals on Individual Farms,  8/22/1942
Box   1 Folder   30
Farmers Attitudes Toward the  1942 Peanut Harvest--Bryan and Creek Counties, Oklahoma,  8/24/1942
Box   1 Folder   31
The Labor Situation in the Peach Harvest, Sutter and Yuba Counties, California,  8/28/1942
Box   1 Folder   31
Memorandum No. 62: Rural Life Trends, a memorandum on plans and procedures,  9/15/1942
Box   1 Folder   31
The Farm Labor Situation in the Apricot Harvest, Santa Clara County, California,  9/25/1942
Box   1 Folder   32
Farmers' Intentions in Regard to Dairy Production for 1943 ©-1),  10/03/1942
Box   1 Folder   32
The Farm Labor Situation in the Midwest ©-2),  10/19/1942
Box   1 Folder   33
Disposal of Dairy Cattle in the Midwest ©-3),  10/19/1942
Box   1 Folder   33
Farmers' Production Plans for Vegetable Oils During 1943 Part I: Soybeans C-4),  11/23/1942
Box   1 Folder   34
Farmers' Production Plans for Vegetable Oils During 1943, Part II: Peanuts C-5),  11/23/1942
Box   1 Folder   34
Farmers Production Plans for Vegetable Oils During 1943, Part III: Flax C-6),  11/23/1942
Box   1 Folder   35
Farmers' Views on Production Plans of Soybeans, Peanuts, and Flax for  1943 (Preliminary Report),  11/23/1942
Box   23  
Memorandum: Summary of Material on Economic Expectations about the Post-war World (based on data from Studies 51, 52 and 53),  10/30/1942
Box   1 Folder   36
Dairy Farmers Look at the Labor Problem and Proposed "Solutions" C-7),  11/28/1942
Box   1 Folder   37
Participation in War Savings Program (Preliminary Report),  12/24/1942
Box   1 Folder   38
Saving and Spending in Buffalo: Second Study,  12/24/1942
Box   1 Folder   39
Participation in the War Savings Program. Supplementary Report I: Public Attitudes with Respect to Spending or Saving (Preliminary Report), Study No. 55; Report No. 33,  12/29/1942
Box   1 Folder   39
Participation in the War Savings Program. Supplementary Report II: How Would the Public React to Compulsory Bond Buying? Study No. 55; Report No. 34,  12/30/1942
Box   1 Folder   40
Saving and Spending in Buffalo: (Second Run). Study No. S/71; Special Report No. 31,  12/30/1942
Box   1 Folder   41
Participation in the War Savings Program. Supplementary Report III: Reactions to Current Types of Promotional Appeal. Study No. 55; Report No. 35,  12/30/1942
Box   24  
Program Survey Reports, 1941-1942 (1 binder)
Box   24  
Memoranda from Ruth Tolman (BAE Head)
Box   24  
Kurt Lewin Correspondence
 
 1942-1946
Box   24  
Program Surveys Newsletters
 
 1943
Box   1 Folder   42
Study of Dealers Attitudes Towards Gas Rationing in Detroit (Exploratory Study), Study No. R/5; Special Report No. 33;  1/02/1943
Box   1 Folder   42
Farmers and the Food Production Program. Study No. A/4; Report No. C-8,  1/02/1943
Box   1 Folder   43
Saving and Spending in Buffalo: Second Study, Study No. S-71; Special Report 31,  1/06/1943
 
Participation in the War Savings Program. Supplementary Report I: Public Attitudes with Respect to Spending or Saving. Study No. 55; Report No. 33,  01/06/1943
Box   1 Folder   44
The Victory Tax and Payroll Deduction of Bonds, Study No. 59; Report No. 36,  1/07/1943
 
Retailers Reactions to Food Rationing and Shortages in Detroit (Exploratory Study), Study No. R/5; Special Report No. 32,  1/08/1943
Box   1 Folder   45
Reactions to Current Appeals in the Sale of War Bonds (Memorandum), Study No. 55,  1/08/1943
Box   1 Folder   45
Farmers and the Food Production Program Section I: The Farmers' Reaction to the Program as a Whole. Study A-4; Report C-8,  1/12/1943
Box   1 Folder   46
Farmers and the Food Production Program Section II: The Administration of the Program. Study A-4; Report C-9,  1/12/1943
Box   1 Folder   46
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Japanese Evacuees as Farm Labor: Sugar Beet and Long Staple Cotton Regions (Preliminary Report), Study A-3,  1/15/1943
Box   1 Folder   47
Attitudes Toward Cheese Rationing: with Notes on Attitudes Toward Substitutes for Meat, Milk and Butter, Study A-5; Report C-10,  1/16/1943
Box   1 Folder   47
Memorandum: Factors Involved in Preparation for Income Tax Payments,  ½2/1943
Box   1 Folder   48
Some data on Farmers' Attitudes Toward: The Labor Situation in the Long Staple Cotton Area in the Southwest, Study A-3; Report No. C-11,  ½3/1943
Box   1 Folder   48
Memorandum: The Farmers' Participation in the War Savings Program, Study No. 55,  ½6/1943
Box   1 Folder   49
Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Japanese Evacuees as Farm Labor, Part I: Sugar Beet and Long Staple Cotton Regions; Study A-3 Report No. C-12,  1/30/1943
 
Memorandum [1-49],  2/01/1943
Box   1 Folder   50
Farmers and the Food Production Program, Section III: Special Supplement on Colorado and Idaho Counties, Study A-4; Report C-13, 2/l0/1943
Box   1 Folder   50
The Labor Problem as Seen by Farm Operators in Michigan (Saginaw County) and Ohio (Medina County), Study A/3; Report No. C-14,  2/12/1943
Box   1 Folder   51
Farmers' Attitudes Toward Various Types of Farm Laborers: Cumberland County, New Jersey and Hartford County, Connecticut, Study No. A-3; Report No. C-15,  2/23/1943
Box   1 Folder   51
Memorandum concerning the distribution and display of Government posters in business establishments,  2/23/1943
Box   1 Folder   52
Farmers' Attitudes Toward The Use of Japanese Evacuees as Farm Labor, Part II: Five Major Crop Regions, Study A/3; Report No. C-16,  2/27/1943
Box   2 Folder   1
An Exploratory Study of Attitudes Towards Buying and Shortages of Consumer Goods, Study 62; Report No,  3/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   1
Public Responses to the Mileage Rationing Program: In Cleveland and Clark County, Ohio. Study 61, Report No. 37,  3/03/1943
Box   2 Folder   2
Farmers' Attitudes Toward Various Types of Farm Laborers. Irrigated Areas of the West. Study A/3, Report No. C-17,  3/04/1943
Box   2 Folder   3
An Exploratory Study of Attitudes Towards Buying and Shortages of Consumer Goods, Study 62; Report No. 38,  3/05/1943
Box   2 Folder   3
Attitudes of Farmers Influencing Dairy Production for 1943 Study A-6, Report No. C-19,  3/12/1943
Box   2 Folder   4
Farmers' Attitudes Toward Various Types of Farm Laborers, The Midwest Area, Study A-3; Report No. C-18,  3/17/1943
Box   2 Folder   5
Attitudes of Farmers Regarding Dairy Production in 1943 Study A-6; Report No. C-19,  3/19/1943
Box   2 Folder   5
Memorandum: Attitudes of Iowa and Illinois Farmers Toward Farm Prices,  3/30/1943
Box   2 Folder   6
Memorandum: concerning certain Psychological Considerations in the Problem of Differential Rationing,  3/30/1943
Box   2 Folder   6
Extracts from Interviews with Farmers in Iowa and Illinois, Study 60, from Report No. 39,  4/14/1943
Box   2 Folder   6
Avoiding a Land Boom,  4/1943
Box   2 Folder   7
Rural Bond Sales in Iowa and Illinois, Study 60, Report No. 39,  4/06/1943
Box   2 Folder   7
Memorandum: Attitudes of Iowa and Illinois Farmers Toward Farm Prices,  4/07/1943
Box   2 Folder   7
Field Observations on the Western Iowa, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota Farm Front,  4/13/1943
Box   2 Folder   8
Farmers' Attitudes Toward Various Types of Farm Laborers: Summary Charts,  4/15/1943
 
Memorandum: Field Observations on the Eastern Nebraska Farm Area,  4/17/1941
Box   2 Folder   8
Fear of Non-Redemption of War Bonds, Study 65, Report No. 40,  4/16/1943
Box   2 Folder   8
The Effect of Quotas on the Sale of War Bonds, Study 65; Report No. 41,  4/29/1943
Box   2 Folder   9
Memorandum to Fuel Oil Rationing Branch, O.P.A, concerning Preliminary Report of Survey of Public Responses to the Fuel Oil Rationing Program,  4/29/1943
Box   2 Folder   9
Extracts /from Interviews with Farmers in Iowa and Illinois, Study 60 Supplement,  5/14/1943
Box   2 Folder   9
Public Experience with Fuel Oil Rationing. Study 66; Report No. 42,  5/22/1943
Box   2 Folder   9a
Public Experience with Fuel Oil Rationing, Study 66; Background files,  5/22/1943
Box   2 Folder   10
Reasons People Give for and Against Buying Bonds, Study 65; Report No. 43,  6/03/1943
Box   2 Folder   10
The Sale of War Bonds in Urban Areas, Study 65; Report No. 44,  6/04/1943
Box   2 Folder   11
Public Experience with Fuel Oil Rationing in Boston, New York City, Detroit, Chicago--Study 66; Report No. 45, 6/l0/1943
Box   2 Folder   11
Memorandum to Fuel Oil Rationing Branch, O.P.A, concerning Observations regarding the response to fuel oil rationing,  6/09/1943
Box   2 Folder   11
An Appraisal of the Second War Loan Drive: Identification and Motivation (Preliminary Tabulations), Study 68,  6/14/1943
Box   2 Folder   12
Memorandum: A Comparison of Frequency Distributions Obtained in Two Surveys Conducted for the Treasury Department,  6/15/1943
Box   2 Folder   12
Corn Belt Farmers' Attitude Toward the Production of Soybeans and Corn, Study 87,  6/15/1943
Box   2 Folder   12
Memorandum: Complaints about Various Rationing Programs,  6/16/1943
Box   2 Folder   12
An Appraisal of the Second War Loan Drive Identification and Motivation: A comparison of Farm and Non/Farm Populations (Preliminary Tabulations), study 68,  6/23/1943
Box   2 Folder   13
An Appraisal of the Second War Loan Drive, Participation and Implementation, Study 68; Report No. 46,  7/08/1943
Box   2 Folder   13
Winter Vegetable Scouting Survey,  7/10/1943
Box   2 Folder   13
Plans and Attitudes of Winter Vegetable Growers in the Imperial Valley,  7/12/1943
Box   2 Folder   14
Plans and Attitudes of Winter Vegetable Growers in Palm Beach and Broward Counties, Florida, 7/21/1943
Box   2 Folder   14
Plans and Attitudes of Winter Vegetable Growers in Los Angeles County,  7/22/1943
Box   2 Folder   14
An Appraisal of the Second War Loan (Summary Report), Study 68; Report No. 47,  7/26/1943
Box   2 Folder   14
Plans and Attitudes of Winter Vegetable Growers in Monterey County, California,  7/31/1943
Box   2 Folder   15
Ration Holders Talk About Last Year's Fuel Oil Program,  8/1943
Box   2 Folder   16
Farmers at Work in Wartime,  8/1943
Box   2 Folder   16
The Land Market: Farmer and Landlord Opinion Concerning a Possible Boom and Its Control, Study 69; Report No. 48,  8/05/1943
Box   2 Folder   17
An Appraisal of the Second War Loan Drive Identification and Motivation, Study 68 Report No. 49,  8/09/1943
Box   2 Folder   17
The Current Livestock Feed Situation, Study 67, Report No. 50,  8/09/1943
Box   2 Folder   18
Nutrition Practices in Two Selected Communities, Study 70,  8/19/1943
Box   2 Folder   18
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities, Memorandum--General Conclusions,  9/04/1943
Box   2 Folder   18
The Attitudes and Problems of Peanut Growers in the Cross Timbers Area of Oklahoma,  2/18/1943
Box   2 Folder   19
The Land Market: Opinions of Community Centers of Interest Toward a Possible Boom and its Control, Study 69; Report No. 52,  9/08/1943
Box   2 Folder   19
The Community Program in Peoria,  9/09/1943
Box   2 Folder   20
The Land Market Part II: Opinions of Corn Belt Realtors, Bankers, and Government Officials Toward a Possible Boom and its Control, Study 69; Report No. 69,  9/20/1943
Box   2 Folder   20
The Attitudes and Problems of Peanut Growers in the Cross Timbers Area of Oklahoma,  9/20/1943
Box   2 Folder   20
Public Experience with Wartime Food Scarcities in Two Selected Communities Part IV: Nutrition Practices, Study 70; Report No. 70,  9/22/1943
Box   2 Folder   21
Public Experience with Wartime Food Scarcities in Two Selected Communities Part I: Changes in Food Habits, Study 70; Report No. 70,  9/24/1943
Box   2 Folder   22
Industrial Nutrition: Worker Responses to Community and In-plant Nutritional Programs in: 1. Peoria, Illinois; 2. Evansville, Indiana, Study 72,  9/24/1943
Box   2 Folder   22
Attitudes of Midwest Farmers Toward Soybean Production,  9/29/1943
Box   2 Folder   23
Attitudes of the American People Toward International Affairs,  9/30/1943
Box   2 Folder   23
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part I: Changes in Food Habits, Study 70; Report No. 70, lo/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   24
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part II: Attitudes Toward War Food Programs, Study 70; Report No. 70,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   24
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part III: Factors Related to Acceptance or Resentment of Food Restrictions, Study 70; Report No. 70,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   25
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part IV: Nutrition Knowledge and Practices Study 70; Report No. 70,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   25
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part V: Supplement: Three Specimen Interviews, Study 70; Report No. 70,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   26
Outlook of the /American People toward Post-War Domestic Conditions,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   26
Preliminary Northeast Dairy Report,  10/01/1943
Box   2 Folder   26
Attitudes of Midwest Farmers Toward Soybean Production,  10/05/1943
Box   2 Folder   27
Industrial Nutrition: 1. Worker Responses to Community and In-Plant Nutrition Programs II. Worker Estimations of In-Plant Cafeterias in Peoria, Illinois and Evansville, Indiana, Report No. 72-I and II,  10/06/1943
Box   2 Folder   27
Industrial Feeding, Memorandum: Nutritional Promotion among Industrial Workers,  10/15/1943
Box   2 Folder   28
An Appraisal of the Third War Loan Drive Part I: Identification and Motivation (Preliminary Tabulations) Report No. 78-I,  10/18/1943
Box   2 Folder   28
Industrial Nutrition: III. Worker Responses to the Present Food Situation IV. Worker Information about Nutrition in Peoria, Illinois and Evansville, Indiana, Report No. 72/111 and IV, l0/18/1943
 
An Appraisal of the Third War Loan Drive Part II: Identification and Motivation A Comparison of Farm and Non-Farm Populations (Preliminary Tabulations), Study 78-11,  10/26/1943
Box   2 Folder   29
Corn and Livestock in the Cash-Corn Area, Report No. 75,  10/28/1943
Box   2 Folder   30
Memorandum,  10/29/1943
Box   2 Folder   30
Nutrition and the War: Opinions about Food, and Their Significance for Better Nutrition,  11/1943
Box   2 Folder   30
Household Uses of Fats and Oils,  11/02/1943
Box   2 Folder   30
Trends of Thought Behind Farmers' Attitudes Toward the Milk Subsidy,  11/04/1943
Box   2 Folder   31
Milk Production: Attitudes of Northeast Dairy Farmers (Preliminary Report), Study 77-1,  11/05/1943
Box   2 Folder   32
Household Uses of Fats and Oils in Four Southern Counties (Preliminary Report), Study 79,  11/06/1943
Box   2 Folder   32
Public Experience with Wartime Food Restrictions in Two Selected Communities Part VI: Summary of Findings and Recommendations, Study 70; Report No. 70/VI,  11/06/1943
Box   2 Folder   33
A Survey Concerning the Redemption of Bonds,  11/06/1943
Box   2 Folder   33
Observations on the Farm Situation During October: Iowa and Southern Minnesota,  11/10/1943
Box   2 Folder   33
An Appraisal of the Third War Loan Drive Part III: Preliminary Analysis of Interviews with People who said They could not Afford to Buy Extra Bonds in September, Study 78-III,  11/11/1945
Box   2 Folder   34
Public Experience with Wartime Food, Restrictions in Two Selected Communities, Part VII. Selected Interviews with Food Retailers, Study 70; Report No. 70, 11/17/1943
Box   2 Folder   34
Household Uses of Fats and Oils: In Four Southern Counties, Report No. 79-1,  11/17/1943
Box   2 Folder   34
An Exploratory Study of Food/Retailer Experiences With the War Food Program in Selected Communities,  11/26/1943
Box   2 Folder   35
Public Experience with Shortages on the West Coast,  11/26/1943
Box   2 Folder   35
Bottle Necks in Milk Production: As Northeast Dairy Farmers See Them, Study 77-1,  11/27/1943
Box   2 Folder   36
Memorandum: Farmers' Reactions Toward Corn Prices, and Their Plans For  1944 Hog Production,  2/02/1943
Box   2 Folder   36
An Appraisal of the Third War Loan, Part IV Solicitation in the Third War Loan, Study 78/IV,  12/07/1943
Box   2 Folder   36
Bottle Necks in Milk Production: As Northeast Dairy Farmers See Them, Study 7-11,  12/08/1943
Box   2 Folder   37
Cornbelt Farmers' Opinions About Subsidies,  12/18/1943
Box   2 Folder   37
An Appraisal of the Third War Loan, Part V, Identification, Participation, and Motivation, Final Report; Study 78-V,  12/27/1943
Box   23  
Use of Urban High School and College Students on Farms,  3/1943
Box   23  
An Exploration into Some Problems of Inflation, Study E-1, 3 3/09/1943
Box   23  
The Farmers' Slant on Farm Labor,  4/6/1943
Box   24  
"An Abridged Manual of Field Methods for Temporary Employees of the Division of Program Surveys"
Box   24  
Memorandum, "Public Attitudes Toward Inflation and Cost of Living"
Box   24  
"Work Improvement Program Work Training Manual"
 
 1944
Box   2 Folder   37
Preliminary Summary: Effectiveness of the Potato Storage Campaign in Pittsburgh,  1/11/1944
Box   2 Folder   37
The Proposal to Remove Pork from the Ration: Reactions in a Small Iowa Town,  1/11/1944
Box   2 Folder   38
Corn and Hogs: The Observations of Corn Belt Farmers, Study 80-1,  1/11/1944
Box   2 Folder   38
Corn and Hogs. Study 80. Background file,  1/11/1944
Box   2 Folder   39
Preliminary Summary: Effectiveness of the Potato Storage Campaign in Pittsburgh,  1/12/1944
Box   2 Folder   39
Hog Production for  1944 The Plans and Observations of Corn Belt Farmers, Study 80-11,  ½0/1944
Box   2 Folder   39
The Potato Storage Campaign in Pittsburgh: Its Publicity and Effectiveness, study 84-1,  1/31/1944
Box   2 Folder   40
Public Reaction in Pittsburgh to Some Aspects of the Food Situation,  2/06/1944
Box   2 Folder   40
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs, Part I. Nutrition Meetings, Report No. 32-1,  2/14/1944
Box   2 Folder   40
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs. Study 82. Background files,  2/14/1944
Box   2 Folder   41
Farmers' Appraisal of Post-War Problems,  2/21/1944
Box   2 Folder   41
Farmers, Farm Prices, and Inflation: A Survey of Midwestern Dairy Farmers, (Summary Report) Study 83,  2/25/1944
Box   2 Folder   42
Farmers View the Postwar Period: Opinions of Farmers in the Corn Belt and Southeastern Cotton Regions--Highlights of the Findings (Preliminary Report), Study 85,  3/08/1944
Box   2 Folder   42
Farmers, Farm Prices, and Inflation: A Survey of Midwestern Dairy Farmers, Study 83--Full report,  3/09/1944
Box   2 Folder   42
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs, Part III: Supplemental Report, Study No. 82, 3/lo/1944
Box   2 Folder   43
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part I: Identification, Motivation, and Participation (Preliminary Tabulations) Report No. 88-I,  3/15/1944
Box   2 Folder   43
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs, Part II: Radio and Publications, Report No. 82-II,  3/14/1944
Box   2 Folder   43
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs, Part III: Supplemental Report, Study No. 82,  3/14/1944
Box   2 Folder   44
Farmers, Farm Prices, and Inflation: A Survey of Midwestern Dairy Farmers, Study 83--Full report,  3/14/1944
Box   2 Folder   44
Memorandum to: Ralph Englesman, War Finance Division,  3/17/1944
Box   2 Folder   44
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part II: Participation, Identification and Motivation among the Farm Population (Preliminary Tabulations), Report No. 88-II,  3/21/1944
Box   2 Folder   45
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part II: Participation, Identification and Motivation among the Farm Population (Preliminary Tabulations), Report No. 88-II  3/21/1944
Box   2 Folder   45
An Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan IV. Its Conduct and Results in Selected Plants, Study 88-IV,  3/28/1944
Box   2 Folder   45
An Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan, Part III: Solicitation in the Fourth War Loan, Study 88-III,  3/29/1944
Box   2 Folder   46
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Program: A Study in Bridgeport, Connecticut and Richmond, Virginia (Preliminary Report),  4/01/1944
Box   2 Folder   46
State Postwar Planning Reports and Farmers' Attitudes on Postwar Problems,  4/05/1944
Box   2 Folder   46
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part V. A Study of Solicitore in a Large Urban Community, Report No. 88-v,  4/04/1944
Box   2 Folder   46
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part IV: The Conduct and Results of the Drive in Selected Plants. Study 88-iv, ,  4/07/1944
Box   2 Folder   47
Bond Redemptions in  March 1944 Study 93-I,  4/07/1944
Box   2 Folder   47
Farmers' Production Plans in  1944 Part I: Factors Determining Farmers' Crop Intentions,  4/08/1944
Box   2 Folder   47
Forward to the Fifth War Loan,  4/10/1944
Box   2 Folder   47
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part IV: The Conduct and Results of the Drive in Selected Plants, Study 88-IV,  4/11/1944
Box   2 Folder   48
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part I: Identification, Motivation, and Participation (Final Tabulations) Report No. 88-I (Revised),  4/19/1944
Box   2 Folder   48
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part II: Participation, Identification and Motivation Among the Farm Population (Final Tabulations) Report No. 88-II. Revised,  4/21/1944
Box   2 Folder   48
Appraisal of the Fourth War Loan Drive, Part V: A Study of Solicitors in a Large Urban Community, Report No. 88-V.,  4/22/1944
Box   2 Folder   49
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs: A Study in Bridgeport, Connecticut and Richmond, Virginia,  4/24/1944
Box   2 Folder   49
Housewives Discuss Nutrition Programs: A Study in Bridgeport, Connecticut and Richmond, Virginia,  5/1944
Box   2 Folder   49
Farmers' Attitudes and Information About Rationing and Price Control in Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana (Preliminary) Report No. 89,  5/02/1944
Box   2 Folder   50
Farmers' Production Plans in  1944 Part III: Machinery as a Factor in Farm Production Plans, Study 87-III,  5/15/1944
Box   2 Folder   50
What the Farmer Knows and Thinks of Price Control and Rationing: A Study of Four Midwestern States (Summary Report), Study No. 89-I,  5/15/1944
Box   2 Folder   50
Farmers' Production Plans in  1944 Part III: Machinery as a Factor in Farm Production Plans, Study 87-III,  5/22/1944
Box   2 Folder   50
Farmers View the Post/War World, Study 85-II,  5/26/1944
Box   3 Folder   1
What the Farmer Knows and Thinks of Price Control and Rationing: A Study of Four Midwestern States, Study No. 89-1,  5/26/1944
Box   3 Folder   1
A Rumor About Bonds and the War, Report No. 88-VI,  5/29/1944
Box   3 Folder   1
What the Farmer Knows and Thinks of Price Control and Rationing: A Study in Four Midwestern States, Study No. 89-II, Full Report,  5/31/1944
Box   3 Folder   1
Hired Farm Labor: in Three Dairy-Vegetable Areas of New York, Ohio and Illinois, Study No. 90,  5/31/1944
Box   3 Folder   2
Farmers' Production Plans in 1944 Part II Livestock Production: A Review of Farmers' Plans for their in 1944-1945 Livestock Production, Study 87-11,  6/13/1944
Box   3 Folder   2
Cattle Prospects in the Great Plains: Ranchers Size Up the Cattle Situation, Study No. 92,  6/17/1944
Box   3 Folder   3
Wartime Saving in Louisville, Study No. 94 Final Report,  6/21/1944
Box   3 Folder   3
Farmers' Reactions Toward the Corn Purchase Program: A Preliminary Report, study 96,  6/27/1944
Box   3 Folder   4
The Marketing and Transportation Situation: Acceptance of Dehydrated Foods by Chicago Housewives,  7/1944
Box   3 Folder   4
Farmers View the Postwar World: Opinions of Farmers in the Cornbelt, the Southeastern Cotton Region, and the Central Valley of California, Study 85-VI, Final Report,  7/10/1944
Box   3 Folder   5
Prospects for Housewives' Use of Dehydrated Foods, Study 91-44,  7/12/1944
Box   3 Folder   5
"Our War" in Bridgeport: Final Report, Study 99,  7/13/1944
Box   3 Folder   6
Consumer Response to Current Food Programs: A Study in Nine Metropolitan Areas--II. Current Interest in Food Information, Study 95-A, Part II,  7/22/1944
Box   3 Folder   6
Consumer Response to Current Food Programs A Study in Nine Metropolitan Areas--III. Experiences Since Point Reductions and Expectations of Future Rationing, Study 95-A, Part III,  7/22/1944
Box   3 Folder   7
Consumer Response to Current Food Programs: I. Response to Special War Food Programs Study 95-A, Part I,  7/27/1944
Box   3 Folder   8
Preliminary Findings of Survey of Fifth War Loan with Special Reference to the Payroll Market,  7/30/1944
Box   3 Folder   8
Farmers' Production Plans in 1944--Part II Livestock Production: A Review of Farmers' Plans for their 1944-1945 Livestock Production, Study 87-11,  7/31/1944
Box   3 Folder   8
The Land Market--Farmers' Opinions Concerning: The Present Land Market, Danger of a Land Boom, Desirability of Controls on the Land Market, Farming Opportunities for Returning Soldiers, Study 100,  8/01/1944
Box   3 Folder   9
Housewives Experiment with Dehydrated Eggs. Two Surveys in Chicago, Illinois,  8/01/1944
Box   3 Folder   9
Farmers' Production Plans in 1944--Part IV Farm Labor Situation and Production Plans, Study 87-IV,  8/05/1944
Box   3 Folder   9
Memorandum: Thinking Toward the Future in War Bond Publicity,  8/10/1944
Box   3 Folder   9
The Corn Purchase Program: Reactions of Farmers in the Purchase Area, Final Report, study 96,  8/11/1944
Box   3 Folder   10
Illustrative Quotations: From Interviews of the Fifth War Loan, Study 98,  8/12/1944
Box   3 Folder   10
Appraisal of the Fifth War Loan Drive--Part I Final Tabulations: Non-Farm Population, Report No. 98-1 (Revised),  8/13/1944
Box   3 Folder   10
The Corn Purchase Program: Reactions of Farmers in the Purchase Area, Final Report, study 96,  8/16/1944
 
The Land Market - Farmers' Opinions Concerning: The present land market, Danger of a land boom, Desirability of controls on the land market, Farming opportunities for returning soldiers, Final Report, Study 100,  8/18/1944
Box   3 Folder   11
Appraisal of the Fifth War Loan Drive--Part II: Farm Population, Final Tabulations, Study 98-II,  8/23/1944
Box   3 Folder   12
Farmers' Opinions About Post-War Conditions,  Spring-Summer 1944,  9/04/1944
Box   3 Folder   12
Bank Solicitation in the Fifth War Loan,  9/06/1944
Box   3 Folder   12
Opinions About the Treasury's Fiscal Policy Held by a Special Sample of People in New York and Chicago,  9/09/1944
Box   3 Folder   12
Memorandum on Selling Bonds as the War Comes to an End,  9/19/1944
Box   3 Folder   13
Corn Belt Farmers Look at War Food Administration Programs (Preliminary Report), Study 102,  9/22/1944
Box   3 Folder   13
Farmers View the Postwar World: A survey of the Cornbelt, the Cotton Region of the Southeast, and the Central Valley of California,  9/25/1944
Box   3 Folder   14
Attitudes of Upper-Income People Toward the Investment Features of War Bond Issues, Study No. 101/Part II,  9/25/1944
Box   3 Folder   14
The Fifth War Loan in the Upper-Income Market, Study No. 101--Part I,  9/27/1944
Box   3 Folder   14
How City Housewives Respond to War Food Programs,  10/1944
Box   3 Folder   14
Forward to the Sixth War Loan,  10/01/1944
Box   3 Folder   15
What Cornbelt Farmers Think of War Food Programs, Study 102-I,  10/02/1944
Box   3 Folder   15
What Farmers in the Dairy Area Think of War Food Programs, Study 105/1 (Summary Report),  10/14/1944
Box   3 Folder   15
Memorandum: What Housewives Eat for Breakfast,  10/16/1944
Box   3 Folder   16
Memorandum: Informational Sources Used by Farmers,  10/18/1944
Box   3 Folder   16
Corn Belt Farmers and War Food Programs, Study 102-II,  11/1944
Box   3 Folder   16
Manual: A Self-Appraisal Survey for Nutrition Committees,  11/1944
Box   3 Folder   17
Home Gardens and Home Preservation of Foods, Study 107,  12/1944
Box   3/18  
Home Gardens and Home Preservation of Foods. Study 107. Background File,  12/1944
Box   3 Folder   19
The September Nutrition Campaign: A survey of its effect. Study 107-II,  12/1944
Box   23  
Motivation and the Sale of Bonds, Special Report,  1/12/1944
Box   23  
Summary of the Results of the Fourth War Loan Drive,  4/5/1944
Box   23  
Memorandum: Review of the Preliminary State Reports on Post-war Programs,  4/22/1944
Box   24  
"Two Problems in the Use of the Open Question"
 
 1945
Box   3 Folder   19
The Dairy Subsidy as Farmers See It: An analysis of the views of farmers in the Corn Belt and in the Great Lakes and Northeast dairy areas, based on Studies 102 and 105,  1/1945
Box   23  
Memorandum: Recommendations on the problem of selling bonds after the fall of Germany,  5/4/1945
Box   24  
Memorandum, "Experimental Study of Two Methods of Coding"
Box   24  
Roster of Regular Studies (#1-130)
 
 1943-1946
Box   24  
Treasury Department Studies (2 binders)
Box   25  
Treasury Department Studies (1 binder)
 
 1946 [subseries]:
Box   3 Folder   19
Public Attitudes toward Farm-City Parity: A Pilot Study Based on a Sample of Farmers and City Dwellers in Three Southern States, Study 104,  1/1946
Box   3 Folder   20
Farmers' Views on Postwar Programs for Cotton: A Survey in the Cotton Belt, Study 111 (Preliminary Report),  1/1945
Box   3 Folder   20
A Study of Liquid Assets: Sample Interviews collected in Birmingham, Alabama and Douglas County, Illinois, Study 113,  2/1949
Box   3 Folder   21
A Study of Liquid Assets. Study 113. Background file,  2/1949
Box   3 Folder   22
The Postwar Outlook for a Farm-Based Community: A Survey of Augusta County, Virginia. Section I-A. The Postwar Labor Force B. Plans for Postwar Expenditures,  2/1945
Box   3 Folder   23
Appraisal of the Sixth War Loan, Part I: Solicitation and Buying. Preliminary Tabulations, Study No. 118-1,  2/01/1945
Box   3 Folder   24
Appraisal of the Sixth War Loan. Background files,  2/01/1945
Box   3 Folder   25
Appraisal of the Sixth War Loan--Part II: Identification and Motivation (Preliminary Tabulations), Study No. 112-11,  2/01/1945
Box   3 Folder   25
Farmers' Views on Postwar Programs for Cotton: A survey in the Cotton Belt, Study 111-II  3/1945
Box   3 Folder   26
Impact of O.P.A. Enforcement Activities on Food Wholesalers: Sample Interviews from the Protest in New York and Baltimore. Study 120,  3/1945
Box   3 Folder   27
Impact of O.P.A. Enforcement Activities on Food Wholesalers. Study 120. Background files,  3/1945
Box   3 Folder   28
Veterans Readjustment to Civilian Life. Study 109,  3/02/1945
Box   3 Folder   29
An Analysis of War Bond Redemptions. Study No. 118-III,  3/07/1945
Box   3 Folder   29
Memorandum: The Impact of OPA Enforcement Activities on Food Wholesalers,  3/21/1945
Box   3 Folder   30
Veterans Readjustment to Civilian Life. Study No. 109,  3/23/1945
Box   3 Folder   31
Home Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables in  1944,  4/1945
Box   3 Folder   31
The Postwar Outlook for Bonds: A Survey of Industrial Workers in Detroit. Study No. 112,  4/05/1945
Box   3 Folder   32
Consumer Acceptance of Dried Milk in Houston, Texas. Study 116-II,  5/04/1945
Box   3 Folder   32
Grocers' Experiences in Selling Dried Milk in Houston, Texas. Study 116/II  5/04/1945
Box   3 Folder   33
Dried Milk Houston, Texas. Study 116. Background files,  5/04/1945
Box   3 Folder   34
A Study of Liquid Assets: Sample Interviews collected in Birmingham, Alabama and Douglas County, Illinois. Study 113--14 Supplement,  6/09/1945
Box   3 Folder   35
The Distribution of Liquid Assets: A Pilot Study of Personal Holdings of War Bonds, Bank Deposits, and other Liquid Assets. Study 113-114,  6/11/1945
Box   3 Folder   36
The Distribution of Liquid Assets. Study 113-114. Background files,  6/11/1945
Box   3 Folder   36
Veterans' Readjustment to Civilian Life. Study No. 109, Condensed,  7/16/1945
Box   3 Folder   37
Farmers' Views on Postwar Programs for Wheat. Study 121 (Preliminary Report),  7/31/1945
Box   3 Folder   38
Farmers' Views on Postwar Programs for Wheat. Study 121. Background files,  7/31/1945
Box   3 Folder   39
Six Farmers Talk About the Wheat Situation. Study 121-II,  8/1945
Box   3 Folder   39
Appraisal of the Seventh War Loan. Study No. 128-I,  8/13/1945
Box   3 Folder   39
Appraisal of the Seventh War Loan in Chicago. Study No. 128-II,  8/24/1945
Box   3 Folder   40
Appraisal of the Seventh War Loan. Study 128. Background files,  8/24/1945
Box   4 Folder   1
Memorandum: Prospects for Spending and Saving by Consumers,  9/15/1945
Box   4 Folder   1
Farmers' Views on Postwar Programs for Wheat: A survey of the major wheat- producing areas. Study 121-III, l0/1945
Box   4 Folder   1
Memorandum: Community Factors in the Land Market, 10-10-1945
Box   4 Folder   2
Attitudes of Rural People Toward Radio Service: Based on a Nationwide Survey. Study 123,  11/1945
Box   4 Folder   3-9
Attitudes of Rural People Toward Radio Service. Study 123. Background files,  11/1945 (7 folders)
Box   4 Folder   10-15
Attitudes of Rural People Toward Radio Service. Study 123. Background files. Proceeding before F.C.C,  January 1946
Box   4 Folder   16
The Public's Attitudes Toward Continuation of Bond Sales: A national survey following the Victory Loan. Study 130,  12/1945
Box   4 Folder   17
The Postwar Sale of Government Bonds. Background files,  12/1945
Box   21 Folder   28
Memorandum: Recommendations on the problem of selling bonds after the fall of Germany,  5/4/1945
Box   4 Folder   18
Trends in Farm Family Levels and Standards of Living: Prepared by Edgar A. Schular and Rachel Rowe Swiger,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   19-20
Attitudes Toward FSA Tenant Purchase Program. Study 122,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   21-22
Attitudes Toward FSA Tenant Purchase Program. Study 122. Background files,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   23
Home Gardens and Home Preserving in 1945. Study 127,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   24-25
Home Gardens and Home Preserving in 1945. Study 127. Background file,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   26
Appraisal of the Victory Loan: Based on a National Survey. Study 130-III,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   26
Four TP Borrowers, their wives, and Three FSA County Supervisors talk about the Tenant Purchase Program. Study 122, Appendix II 1/1946
Box   4 Folder   26
FSA County Supervisors talk about the Tenant Purchase Program. Study 122, Appendix II
Box   4 Folder   27
Attitudes of Rural People toward Radio Service: a Nation-wide Survey of Farm and Small-town People,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   28
Outlook for the Redemption of Savings Bonds: Based on a national survey following the Victory Loan. Study 130-11,  1/1946
Box   4 Folder   29
Generalized Types of Farming in the United States. Delineation on County Boundaries,  ½4/1946
Box   4 Folder   29
Six Families Discuss Their Financial Situation and Financial Plans: Sample Interviews from a National Survey of Liquid Assets. Study 132,  2/1946
Box   4 Folder   30
The Land Market. Study 126-I,  3/1946
Box   4 Folder   30
Home Gardens and Home Preserving in  1945 (with some intentions for 1946),  3/1946
Box   4 Folder   30
Appraisal of the Victory Loan Drive. Study 130-III,  4/1930
Box   4 Folder   31
Some Highlights of the Research Program Carried on by the Division of Program Surveys for the Treasury Department,  1942-1946 3/28/1946
Box   4 Folder   31
How Three People Feel About the International Situation,  4/1946
Box   4 Folder   31
Factors Related to the Amount of Time Rural People Spend Listening to Radio,  4/1946
Box   4 Folder   32
The Land Market. Study 126,  5/1946
Box   4 Folder   33
The Land Market. Study 126. Background files,  5/1946
Box   5 Folder   1
National Survey of Liquid Asset Holdings, Spending, and Saving. Part one: Major Findings. Study 132-I,  5/1946
Box   5 Folder   2-6
National Survey of Liquid Asset Holdines, Spending and Saving. Study 132. Background files,  5/1946
Box   5 Folder   7
Estimates of Quantities of Fruits and Vegetables Preserved in American Homes in  1945,  5/14/1946
Box   5 Folder   7
The Land Market: A survey of recent land buyers in the Corn Belt. Study 126-II,  6/1946
Box   5 Folder   8
Appraisal of Postwar Bond Selling: Based on a National Survey. Study 138-I,  9/1946
Box   5 Folder   9
Postwar Bond Redemptions: Based on a National Survey. Study 138-II,  9/1945
Box   5 Folder   9
Postwar Bond Selling: Miscellaneous Memoranda Based on a National Survey Conducted*in July and August 1946. Study 138-III,  10/1946
Box   5 Folder   10
Recent Buyers of Land: Survey of the central corn belt areas of Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois,  11/1946
Box   5 Folder   11
The Extension Service in Vermont - Part One: Farmers and the Extension Service,  7/1947
Box   5 Folder   12
An Exploration of Factors Motivating Hog Farmers in Their Production and Marketing,  8/1947
Box   5 Folder   13
The Extension Service in Vermont - Part Two: Farm Women and the Extension Service,  11/1947
Box   5 Folder   14
The Extension Service in Vermont. Background files,  11/1947
Box   25  
Study S-72, "The Social Dynamics of Detroit,"  1942