Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers: 1854-1975
Summary Information
Title: Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers
Creator: Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945
Dates: 1854-1975
Extent: 56 linear feet, 1 oversize folder
Abstract:
University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s; correspondence, collected Philippine materials, course materials.
Call number: 851643, Aa 2, Ac
Language: The materials are in English.
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid prepared by: Bentley Historical Library Staff

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The collection came to the library in three principal accessions. The bulk came to the library in 1955 with subsequent additions in 1971 and 1985. Donor no. 3109

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

To protect fragile audiovisual recordings (such as audio cassettes, film reels, and VHS tapes), the Bentley Historical Library has a policy of converting them to digital formats by a professional vendor whenever a researcher requests access. For more information, please see: http://bentley.umich.edu/research/duplication/.

Copyright:

Donor(s) have transferred any applicable copyright to the Regents of the University of Michigan but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright was not transferred. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Alternate Format:

The 16mm films in the collection were digitized in 2009 as part of a library video preservation project. Preservation master beta tapes for all titles were created along with DVD and streaming files for all titles. The DVDs are available for use in the library. A selection of the streaming files may be available online at a given time, others can be mounted on request.

Parts of collection have been microfilmed at the request of different researchers. Finding aid to microfilmed Joseph Ralston Hayden papers is available online.

Preferred Citation:

item, folder title, box no., Joseph R. Hayden Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Arrangement

The Hayden collection has been arranged into six separate series of papers: Professional Correspondence; Philippine Collection; University of Michigan; Michigan Naval Division; Files Maintained by Lloyd Millegan; and Files maintained by Elizabeth Olivia Hayden.

Summary Content List

  1. Professional Correspondence, 1916-1942 -- Boxes 1-8
  2. Philippine Collection -- Boxes 9-35 and 55
    • Administrative -- Boxes 9-13
    • Economic -- Boxes 13-16
    • Education -- Boxes 16-19
    • Foreign Affairs -- Boxes 19-21
    • Historical and Social Topics -- Boxes 21-22
    • Legislative/Constitutional/Judiciary -- Boxes 22-24
    • Political -- Boxes 24-26
    • Provincial -- Boxes 26-30
    • Miscellaneous Topics -- Boxes 30-34
    • Visual Materials - Photographs and films -- Boxes 35 and 55
  3. University of Michigan -- Boxes 36-39
  4. Michigan Naval Division -- Box 40
  5. Files Maintained by Lloyd S. Millegan -- Boxes 41-42
  6. Files Maintained by Elizabeth Olivia Hall Hayden -- Boxes 43-54

Biography

Joseph Ralston Hayden was born on September 24, 1887 in Quincy, Illinois. He received his B.S. from Knox College in 1910, then his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1911 and 1915 respectively. From 1910 to 1912, while a student, Hayden was an assistant in American history at the University of Michigan. In 1912, he became a member of the university's department of political science, where he remained, except for his service with the government, until his death on May 19, 1945.

During World War I, Hayden was a lieutenant in the Michigan Naval Militia serving as senior officer of the University of Michigan division. He was in active service from April 1917 to February 1919. Following the war, Hayden returned to the University of Michigan.

Hayden was a recognized authority on the Philippine Islands. In this, Hayden was carrying on a tradition begun by Dean C. Worcester, who, like Hayden, was both on the faculty of the University of Michigan and called to public service in the Philippine Islands because of his expertise and experience. In 1922-23, Hayden was an exchange professor at the University of the Philippines; in 1930-31, he was the Carnegie Visiting Professor in the State University of the Philippines. In 1922-23, 1926, and 1930-31, Hayden was special correspondent in the far east for the Christian Science Monitor. Hayden used each of these opportunities to travel in the islands, to study, and to make contacts with Philippine citizens, both government officials and private citizens.

In recognition of his learning and wide experience in Philippine matters, President Franklin Roosevelt appointed Hayden to serve as vice governor of the Philippines and secretary of public instruction. His choice for governor general, Frank Murphy, though possessing administrative skills and political charm, was coming to the Philippines without any real knowledge of the actualities of Filipino life and custom, and thus Roosevelt's reasoning for pairing Hayden with the former Detroit mayor. Hayden responded admirably to his selection by the president, performing his duties efficiently, even serving as acting governor general when Murphy returned to the United States for a six-month period.

With the establishment of the Philippine Commonwealth in 1935, Hayden returned to the University of Michigan, where he taught and worked on what would be his classic work, The Philippines: A study in national development (1941). Following his return, Hayden was named James Orin Murfin Professor of Political Science and chairman of the department.

Hayden returned to public service with the outbreak of World War II, where his knowledge of the Philippines proved invaluable. From 1941 to 1945, he worked with the U.S. Office of the Coordinator of Information and, after June 1942, with its successor organization, the Office of Strategic Services. From 1943 to 1945, Hayden was named civil adviser and consultant on Philippine affairs with the U.S. War Department, attached to the staff of General Douglas MacArthur. As part of this latter activity, Hayden developed and headed up as chief a special staff section of the United States Armed Forces for the Far East - the Philippine Research and Information Section. The role he envisioned for the Philippine Research and Information Section was three-fold: to prepare reports and studies about the Philippines; to distribute information about the Philippines as needed; and to collect books, magazines, newspapers, and printed and manuscript materials about the Philippines with a view to their "effectiveness in furthering the prosecution of the war."


Collection Scope and Content Note

As vice governor of the Philippine Islands during the 1930s, and later as advisor on Philippine affairs to General Douglas MacArthur during World War II, Joseph R. Hayden was recipient of much substantive documentation relating to the American phase of Philippine Island history. Hayden was an astute and discerning scholar of Philippine life and history, and as such used the opportunity of his frequent trips to the Far East to collect materials (official and personal) that he knew would be of value in his teaching and research, and that he also hoped would prove useful to scholars following after him. Although the Hayden papers include some non-Philippine materials, such as his University of Michigan files and those records from his service with the Michigan Naval Division during World War I, the Philippine Collection is the heart of the collection. Comprising more than 75% of the Hayden papers, the Philippine Collection is testimony to Hayden's foresight in drawing together official documents (because of the positions he held) and other records (sent to him because of his known interest in the Philippines). This collection of official reports, minutes of meetings attended, memoranda with government officials, photographs, clippings, and published materials is unique, especially because of the devastation to Philippine public records and historical documents that occurred during the war.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • China -- History -- Republic, 1912-1949.
  • Depressions -- 1929 -- United States.
  • New Deal, 1933-1939.
  • Philippines -- History -- 1898-1946.
  • World War, 1914-1918.
  • World War, 1939-1945.
  • Spanish-American War, 1898.
  • Governors -- Philippines.
  • Philippines -- History -- 1898-1946.
  • Albums.
  • DVDs.
  • Motion pictures.
  • Photographs.
  • Videotapes.
  • Aguinaldo, Emilio, 1869-1964.
  • Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973.
  • Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945.
  • Michigan -- Naval militia.
  • Roosevelt, Theodore, 1887-1944.
  • Stimson, Henry L. (Henry Lewis), 1867-1950.
  • United States. Office of Strategic Services.
  • University of Michigan. Dept. of Political Science.
  • University of Michigan -- Faculty.
  • Warren, Fiske, 1862-1938.
  • Worcester, Dean C. (Dean Conant), 1866-1924.
  • Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945.
  • Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
  • Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930.
  • Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-1951.
  • Artiaga, Santiago, 1878-1962.
  • Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937.
  • Carpenter, Frank W. (Frank Watson), 1871-1938.
  • Clements, William L. (William Lawrence), 1861-1934.
  • Cox, Creed Fulton, 1877-1950.
  • Crawford, Fred L., 1888-1957.
  • Diekema, Gerrit John, 1859-1930.
  • Forbes, W. Cameron (William Cameron), 1870-1959.
  • Fugate, James, 1877-1938.
  • Gale, Esson M. (Esson McDowell), 1884-1964.
  • Gilmore, Eugene Allen, 1871-1953.
  • Green, Fred W. (Fred Warren), 1872-1936.
  • Guest, Edgar A. (Edgar Albert), 1881-1959.
  • Harllee, William Curry, 1877-1944.
  • Harrison, Francis Burton, 1873-1957.
  • Hester, Evett D.
  • Hill, Norman Hingston, 1887-1971.
  • Hornbeck, Stanley Kuhl, 1883-1966.
  • Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.
  • Jones, J. Weldon (James Weldon), 1896-
  • Kellogg, Frank B. (Frank Billings), 1856-1937.
  • Kuder, Edward Metcalfe, 1896-
  • Laurel, Jose P. (Jose Paciano), 1891-1959.
  • McNutt, Paul Vories, 1891-1955.
  • Malcolm, George A. (George Arthur), 1881-1961.
  • Michener, Earl C. (Earl Cory), 1876-1957.
  • Mosher, Gouverneur Frank, 1871-1941.
  • Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
  • Osias, Camilo, 1889-
  • Osmeóna, Sergio, 1878-1961.
  • Parker, Francis LeJau, 1873-1966.
  • Parker, Frank, 1872-1947.
  • Pollock, James K. (James Kerr), 1898-1968.
  • Quezon, Manuel Luis, 1878-1944.
  • Ralston, Jackson Harvey, 1857-1945.
  • Reeves, Jesse Siddall, 1872-1942.
  • Romulo, Carlos P. (Carlos Peóna), 1899-1985.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
  • Roth, Fred G.
  • Roxas, Manuel.
  • Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1885-1972.
  • Swanson, Claude Augustus, 1862-1939.
  • Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930.
  • Tomlinson, Mathew.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951.
  • Van Schaick, Louis J.
  • Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927.
  • Worcester, Nanon Fay Leas.
Contents List
Request materials for use in the Bentley Library
Container / Location Title
 
Professional Correspondence [series]

The Professional Correspondence series consists mainly of Hayden's file of correspondence, personal and professional. Because of the importance of Hayden's correspondents, a selective index to these letters has been prepared and is appended to this finding aid. The researcher should note that there is other correspondence that forms parts of other series. The researcher is directed to those files maintained by Lloyd Millegan and Olivia Hayden, described below.

 
Chronological [subseries]
Box   1  
Correspondence undated (5 folders)
Box   1  
Correspondence 1916-1926 (22 folders)
Box   2  
Correspondence 1927-1930 (32 folders)
Box   3  
Correspondence 1931-March 1934 (29 folders)
Box   4  
Correspondence April 1934-March 1935 (21 folders)
Box   5  
Correspondence April 1935-June 1936 (22 folders)
Box   6  
Correspondence July 1936-1937 (21 folders)
Box   7  
Correspondence 1938-June 1939 (19 folders)
Box   8  
Correspondence July 1939-1942 (20 folders)
 
Joseph Ralston Hayden Memorial Library [subseries]
Box   8  
1946
Box   8  
1947-1949
Box   8  
1953
Box   8  
1954 (2 folders)
 
Philippine collection [series]

Arranged topically, the Philippine collection series includes the following subseries: Administrative; Economic; Education; Foreign Relations; Historical and Social; Legislative, Constitutional and Judicial; Political; Provincial; and Miscellaneous. Within each of these subseries, there are further subdivisions made clear by the folder listing. The arrangement of the Philippine Collection is in much the same order as that developed and maintained by Hayden. Types of materials found within the various folders include reports and memoranda, both official and informal, addresses and speeches, documents of an official nature (such as copies of legislation, budgets, departmental reports, and minutes of meetings), correspondence, and clippings. The Philippine Collection includes photographs that Hayden collected while serving in the Philippines. Also in this series are four motion pictures (with VHS use copies) of scenes of Filipinos life and the Philippine countryside, government installations, American personnel, and official daily life in the Philippine Islands during the mid-1930s.

 
Administrative [subseries]
 
Army
Box   9  
Clippings 1935-1940

(9-1, etc.-9-5)

Box   9  
Printed material; include Provisional Regulations of Philippine Militia 1898, 1935

(9-6)

 
Cabinet
Box   9  
Minutes 1934-1935

(9-7, etc.-9-10)

 
Interior Department
Box   9  
Report to Governor-General 1921

(9-12)

Box   9  
Papers 1926

(9-13)

 
Justice Department
Box   9  
Papers about history and organization 1926

(9-14)

Box   9  
Report 1930

(9-15)

 
Civil Service
Box   9  
Student papers

(9-16)

Box   9  
Papers (including employment data) 1935

(9-17; 9-18)

Box   9  
Clippings re appointments under Quezon 1936-1940

(9-19; 9-20)

 
U.S. High Commissioner
Box   9  
Paul V. McNutt clippings 1936-1939

(9-21, etc.-9-24)

Box   10  
Report of the Joint Preparatory Committee on Philippine Affairs 1938

(10-1)

Box   10  
Memorandum to the President Relative to the Report of the Joint Preparatory Committee on Philippine Affairs 1938

(10-2)

Box   10  
Miscellanea

(10-3)

(See Also folders 10-16 and 10-17)

 
Governor-General
Box   10  
Record of vetoes and pardons

(10-4)

Box   10  
Notes and laws respecting limitations on powers of Governor General 1923

(10-5)

Box   10  
Clippings re Governor Generals Wood, Davis, and Roosevelt 1922-1932

(10-6)

 
Henry L. Stimson
Box   10  
Clippings 1926-1932

(10-7)

 
Dwight Davis
Box   10  
Report 1929

(10-8)

Box   10  
Notes, reports, etc. 1930

(10-9)

Box   10  
Clippings 1930-1931

(10-10)

 
Frank Murphy
Box   10  
Clippings 1934-1935

(10-11, etc.-10-13)

Box   10  
Memoranda to and from 1934-1935

(10-14)

Box   10  
Veto messages with opinions of J.R. Hayden 1934

(10-15)

Box   10  
Papers re appropriations for Office of High Commissioner 1935

(10-16)

Box   10  
Memoranda to and from J.R. Hayden 1934-1936

(10-17)

 
Government Agencies
Box   10  
Bureau of Audits 1926

(10-18)

Box   10  
Bureau of Labor 1933-1935

(10-19)

Box   10  
Pension Board 1933-1939

(10-20)

Box   10  
Bureau of Plant Industry 1935

(10-21)

Box   10  
National Emergency Relief Board 1934-1935

(10-22)

Box   10  
Bureau of Science 1934

(10-23)

Box   10  
Bureau of Indeterminate Sentences 1935

(10-24)

Box   10  
Bureau of Coastal and Geodetic Survey 1935-1936

(10-25)

Box   10  
Miscellaneous departments 1926, 1935

(10-26, etc.-10-28)

(See Also folder 10-33)

 
Miscellaneous
Box   10  
Government Reorganization Act 1932

(10-29)

 
Council of State
Box   10  
Minutes of meetings 1935

(10-30)

Box   10  
Immigration, emigration, aliens, Filipino citizenship clippings 1938-1940

(10-31)

 
Hayden as Acting Governor General
Box   10  
Notes on staff meetings 1935

(10-32)

 
Miscellaneous departments
Box   10  
Clippings 1930-1933

(10-33)

Box   10  
Miscellaneous memoranda and reports, 1935

(10-34)

 
Police and Constabulary
Box   10  
Report re constabulary 1926

(10-35)

Box   10  
Papers re constabulary 1934-1935

(10-36)

Box   10  
Clippings re Philippine police force 1936-1938

(10-37)

 
Personnel/Biography
Box   11  
A. de las Alas, chairman of the General Committee on Efficiency and Economy 1935

(11-1)

 
American advisors
Box   11  
Clippings 1936-1940

(11-2)

Box   11  
Gilmore, Eugene A., vice governor 1928-1930

(11-3)

Box   11  
Jones, J. Weldon 1935-1940

(11-4)

Box   11  
Kerrick, Colonel Harrison S. 1934

(11-5)

 
Worcester, Dean C
Box   11  
Clippings 1924

(11-6)

 
Public Health and Welfare
Box   11  
Office of Public Health and Welfare
Box   11  
Report 1933-1935

(11-7)

Box   11  
Papers 1932-1935

(11-8; 11-9; 11-22)

 
Bureau of Health
Box   11  
Report 1934

(11-10)

Box   11  
Report 1935

(includes summary report, 1932-1935)

(11-11)

Box   11  
Licensing of Manila Tiendas 1935

(11-12)

 
Health Service
Box   11  
Report 1926

(11-13)

 
Health in the schools
Box   11  
Papers 1933-1934

(11-14)

 
Philippine Chapter, Red Cross
Box   11  
Papers 1934-1935

(11-15)

 
Nursing service, extension of
Box   11  
Papers 1935

(11-16)

 
Public General Hospital
Box   11  
Paper 1926

(11-17)

Box   11  
Report 1933-1935

(11-18)

Box   11  
Clippings 1934

(11-19)

Box   11  
Papers 1934-1935

(11-20; 11-21)

 
Public Health (general)
Box   11  
Clippings 1934-1940

(11-23, etc.-11-27)

Box   11  
Papers 1933-1935

(11-28, etc. 11-31)

Box   12  
Leprosy
Box   12  
Clippings 1935-1938

(12-1)

Box   12  
Leprosy Commission, Report of 1935

(12-2)

Box   12  
Legislation 1935

(12-3; 12-4)

Box   12  
Malaria 1931

(12-5)

 
Opium traffic
Box   12  
Report 1934

(12-6)

 
Manila Meat Ordinance
Box   12  
Clippings 1932

(12-7)

 
Bureau of Public Welfare
Box   12  
Report 1926

(12-8)

Box   12  
Report 1934

(12-9)

Box   12  
Report 1935

(12-10)

Box   12  
Welfare and women's suffrage clippings 1935

(12-11)

Box   12  
"Rice Crisis" Clippings 1935

(12-12)

 
Public Lands
Box   12  
Bureau of Public Lands
Box   12  
Report 1926

(12-13)

Box   12  
Report 1931

(12-14)

Box   12  
Clippings 1935-1938

(12-15; 12-16)

Box   12  
Papers (Japanese in Davao) 1934-1935

(12-17)

 
Public Order
Box   12  
Clippings 1930-1937

(12-18, etc.-12-22)

Box   12  
Percy Hill murder case clippings 1937-1938

(12-23)

Box   12  
DeLeon and Gonzales murder case clippings 1939

(12-24)

 
Gambling and vice
Box   12  
Clippings about 1936-1938

(12-25; 12-26)

Box   13  
Labor strikes
Box   13  
Clippings about 1936-1940

(13-1; 13-2)

 
Land controversies
Box   13  
Clippings 1935-1940

(13-3, etc.-13-6)

 
Election disturbances
Box   13  
Clippings about 1938

(13-7)

 
Public Works
Box   13  
Report 1926

(13-8)

 
Economic [subseries]
 
Agriculture and Material Resources
Box   13  
Department of Agriculture and Commerce
Box   13  
Report 1934

(13-9)

 
Bureau of Animal Industry
Box   13  
Report 1935

(13-10)

 
Bureau of Plant Industry
Box   13  
Report 1933-1935

(13-11)

 
Development of natural resources
Box   13  
Papers 1926

(13-12)

Box   13  
Clippings 1935-1939

(13-13, etc.-13-18)

 
Agricultural and forest reserves
Box   14  
Reports 1926

(14-1)

 
Mining
Box   14  
Reports 1926

(14-2)

 
Mineral Resources
Box   14  
Reports 1926

(14-3)

 
Mining laws and administration
Box   14  
Clippings 1935-1939

(14-4)

 
Gold mining industry
Box   14  
Report 1934

(14-5)

 
Agriculture
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-6)

(Microfilm available)

 
Agricultural Adjustment Administration
Box   14  
Papers 1935

(14-7)

 
Rubber production
Box   14  
Clippings 1928

(14-8)

(Microfilm available)

 
Sugar production
Box   14  
Papers 1935

(14-9)

 
Sugar bill
Box   14  
Clippings 1940

(14-10)

 
Fishing industry
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-11)

 
Tobacco production
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-12)

 
Commerce
Box   14  
Philippine National Bank 1935

(14-13)

 
Foreign and domestic commerce
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-14)

 
U.S. Trade with Far East (1930-1939)
Box   14  
Paper 1939

(14-15)

 
American Trade Commissioner in Manila
Box   14  
Reports 1934-1935

(14-16; 14-17)

 
Government Finance
Box   14  
Insular Government financial affairs (1901-1935)
Box   14  
Papers 1935

(14-18)

Box   14  
Cabinet discussion papers 1934-1935

(14-19)

 
Department of Finance
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-20)

 
Bureau of Internal Revenue
Box   14  
Report 1926

(14-21)

Box   14  
Insular Auditor decisions 1924-1926

(14-22)

Box   14  
Insular Auditor papers 1930s

(14-23)

Box   15  
Philippine Government Bonds
Box   15  
Papers 1936

(15-1)

 
Budget
Box   15  
Papers 1933-1935

(15-2)

Box   15  
Clippings 1934-1941

(15-3, etc.-15-7)

 
Government purchases
Box   15  
Papers 1928-1934

(15-8)

 
Taxation
Box   15  
Clippings 1935-1940

(15-9, etc. 15-12)

 
Government Finance miscellaneous
Box   15  
Reports 1935

(15-13)

Box   15  
Clippings 1934-1938

(15-15)

 
National Development Company
Box   15  
Papers 1926, 1935

(15-14)

 
Housing
Box   15  
Low-cost public housing 1930s

(15-16)

Box   15  
Hoskins plan of housing 1935

(15-17)

 
Labor
Box   15  
Report concerning labor supply and conditions 1926

(15-18)

Box   15  
Clippings 1930-1931, 1935-1939

(15-19, etc.-15-23)

Box   16  
Miscellaneous economic topics
Box   16  
Clippings 1931-1932

(16-1)

Box   16  
Papers 1934-1940

(16-2; 16-3 and 16-7)

Box   16  
Outline of proposed study of economic conditions by Roy Veatch 1931

(16-4)

Box   16  
Usury, clippings about 1931-1932

(16-5)

Box   16  
Economy measures, papers about 1931-1941

(16-6)

Box   16  
Transportation and communication, report about 1926

(16-8)

(Microfilm available)

Box   16  
Manila Railroad Southern Lines bonds, papers about 1935

(16-9)

Box   16  
Aviation, report written by Major-General Frank Parker about 1933-1935

(16-10)

 
Typhoons
 
Typhoon relief
Box   16  
Papers 1934

(16-11; 16-12)

Box   16  
Clippings 1934-1935

(16-15)

Box   16  
Typhoon damage 1934-1935

(16-13)

Box   16  
Typhoon Relief Act 1934

(16-14)

Box   16  
Samar Typhoon 1935

(16-16)

 
Education [subseries]
 
Department of Public Instruction
Box   16  
Report 1926

(16-17)

Box   16  
Report 1935

(16-25)

Box   16  
Report of Bureau of Education 1935

(16-26)

Box   16  
Papers 1934-1935

(16-21, etc.-16-23)

Box   16  
Luther Parker case 1926

(16-18)

(Microfilm available)

Box   16  
Controversy over "single-double session," 1932-1934

(16-19; 16-20)

Box   16  
Educational policy clippings 1937-1940

(16-27; 16-28)

 
University of the Philippines
Box   17  
Minutes of the meetings of the regents 1933-1935

(17-1, etc.-17-9)

Box   17  
University administration, papers about 1934-1935

(17-10)

Box   17  
University faculty, papers about 1934-1935

(17-11)

Box   17  
Jorge Bocobo, president of the university, papers about 1935

(17-12)

Box   17  
Budget of the university, papers about 1934-1935

(17-13)

Box   18  
Colleges of the university, papers about 1934-1935

(18-1)

Box   18  
Reports of the university 1921-1922, 1926, 1934, 1938

(18-3)

Box   18  
Library 1931-1939

(18-4)

Box   18  
Miscellaneous papers 1919-1935

(18-5; 18-6)

Box   18  
Clippings 1936-1939

(18-7, etc.-18-10)

Box   18  
Philippine Women's University, clippings about 1939

(18-11)

Box   18  
College of Agriculture, papers about 1934-1935

(18-12)

Box   18  
Philippine universities and colleges, clippings about 1931, 1937

(18-13)

Box   18  
Bureau of Education, report of 1931

(18-14)

Box   18  
Miscellaneous papers about education 1920s, 1930s

(18-15; 18-17; 18-18; 18-22)

Box   18  
Miscellaneous clippings about education 1922-1935

(18-16; 18-19; 18-20; 18-21)

Box   18  
Philippine students in the United States, papers about 1923, 1934

(18-23)

Box   18  
Philippine Library and Museum, papers about 1934-1935

(18-24)

Box   18  
Vocational education, clippings 1937-1938

(18-25)

Box   18  
National Council on Education, clippings 1938

(18-26)

Box   19  
Private schools
Box   19  
Papers about 1930-1931

(19-1)

Box   19  
Clippings about 1937-1939

(19-2)

Box   19  
Report about 1935

(19-3)

Box   19  
"Teaching ban," clippings about 1937

(19-4)

 
Public school system
Box   19  
Papers 1935-1939

(19-5)

Box   19  
Clippings 1937-1939

(19-7)

Box   19  
"School crisis," clippings about 1936-1938

(19-6)

 
Religious education
Box   19  
Clippings 1931, 1937-1938

(19-7)

Box   19  
Report 1938

(19-9)

Box   19  
Seminar papers written on the topic of education

(19-10;19-11)

 
Foreign affairs [subseries]
 
Japan
Box   19  
Economic investments of Japan in the Philippine Islands, report about 1935

(19-12)

 
Threat of Japan to the Philippine Islands
Box   19  
Clippings about 1939

(19-13)

Box   19  
Papers about 1940-1941

(19-14)

 
Foreign relations
Box   19  
Papers about

(19-15; 19-16; 19-18)

Box   19  
Clippings about

(19-17)

Box   19  
Chinese in the Philippines, papers about 1934-1935

(19-19)

 
Independence
Box   19  
Background of the independence movement

(19-20)

Box   19  
Clippings about 1926

(19-21)

Box   19  
Papers about 1924-1933

(19-22)

Box   19  
Speech of Manual Roxas about 1933

(19-23)

Box   19  
Clippings about 1934-1935

(19-24; 19-25)

Box   20  
Clippings about 1934-1935

(20-1, etc.-20-7)

Box   20  
Memorandum by Paul V. McNutt to the president relative to the Report of the Joint Preparatory Committee on Philippine Affairs

(20-8)

Box   20  
Re-examination of Philippine independence, clippings 1937-1939
 
Relations with the United States
Box   20  
Bureau of Insular Affairs, papers about 1937-1938

(20-10)

Box   20  
Resident Commissioner, clippings about 1938

(20-11)

Box   20  
Bills in the U.S. Congress relating to the Philippines, papers about 1935-1939

(20-12)

Box   20  
Action in the 76th Congress regarding the Philippines, papers about 1939

(20-13)

Box   20  
William Cannon Rivers, papers about 1935-1941

(20-14; 20-15)

Box   20  
Speech by J.R. Hayden entitled "The United States and Philippine Commonwealth"

(20-16)

Box   20  
Report: "The Pacific Policy of the United States" prepared by the Institute of Pacific Relations 1939

(20-17)

Box   20  
Speech by General Frank Parker: "The Philippine Archipelago and Guam in our Pacific Policy" 1940

(20-18)

Box   20  
Emigration of Filipinos from the United States, papers about 1935-1936

(20-19)

Box   20  
Cocoa oil refund, clippings about 1935-1940

(20-20; 20-21)

Box   20  
Daniel R. Williams and U.S. relations with the Philippines, papers about 1928

(20-22)

 
World War II
Box   21  
Proposed post-war reconstruction program for the Philippines written by Tomas Confessor, paper about 1944

(21-1)

Box   21  
Philippines in WWII, papers about 1940s

(21-2)

Box   21  
Provincial Governor of Free Lanao, report of 1942-1944

(21-3)

Box   21  
Memorandum of Pascual Pacis about 1945

(21-4)

Box   21  
Report compiled by the Office of Strategic Services, entitled "The Programs of Japan in the Philippines 1944

(21-5; 21-6)

Box   21  
Seminar papers about foreign relations of the Philippines

(21-7; 21-8; 21-9)

 
Historical and social topics [subseries]
Box   21  
Aguinaldo and the "Philippine Revolution," papers about 1899, undated

(21-10)

Box   21  
"Aguinaldo and Philippine Freedom" (paper written by Carmen Aguinaldo Malencia

(21-11)

Box   21  
Fiske Warren diary 1901-1902

(21-12)

Box   21  
Cases of torture in the Philippines-Father Augustine case 1902-1903

(Herbert Welsh file?)

(21-12a)

Box   21  
Tagalog and the problem of a Philippine national language, papers about 1935-1940

(21-13)

Box   21  
Jose Rizal poetry (translations)

(21-14)

Box   21  
Miscellaneous topics 1934-1935

(21-15, etc.-21-22)

Box   22  
Census, clippings about 1938-1940

(22-1)

Box   22  
Press, papers about 1926, 1932-1935

(22-2)

Box   22  
Press, messages to the 1933-1935

(22-3)

Box   22  
Clubs and organizations, papers about 1934-1935

(22-4; 22-5)

Box   22  
Invitations and programs to social events

(22-6)

Box   22  
Sports, papers about 1934-1935

(22-7)

Box   22  
Woman suffrage, clippings about 1931-1937

(22-8)

 
Legislative/constitutional/judiciary [subseries]
Box   22  
Commonwealth constitution
Box   22  
Papers about proposed constitution, 1935

(22-9)

Box   22  
Amendments to constitution, clippings about 1936-1940

(22-10; 22-11; 22-12)

Box   22  
Presidential Emergency powers, clippings about 1939

(22-13)

Box   22  
Government reorganization, clippings about 1931-1932, 1935-1938

(22-14; 22-15; 22-16)

 
Judiciary
Box   22  
Clippings about 1930-1940

(22-17; 22-18; and 22-22, etc.-22-25)

Box   22  
Papers about 1934-1939

(22-19; 22-20; 22-21)

Box   22  
Miscellaneous judicial topics, papers about 1935-1937

(22-26)

 
Legislature
Box   23  
Clippings about 1922-1923, 1929-1935

(22-1, etc.-23-8; 23-10; 23-11)

Box   23  
Papers about 1931-1932

(23-9)

Box   23  
Miscellaneous legislative topics, papers about

(23-12)

Box   23  
Bills introduced and passed by the Philippine Legislature 1934

(23-13; 23-14; 23-15)

Box   23  
Bills referred to, and commented on, by JRH 1934

(23-16; 23-17; 23-18)

Box   23  
Department of public instruction bill 1934

(23-19)

Box   23  
Health and immigration legislation

(23-20)

Box   23  
Public welfare legislation

(23-21)

 
Miscellaneous
Box   23  
Student paper entitled "The Constitutional Convention of the Philippine Commonwealth" 1937

(23-23)

Box   23  
Student paper entitled "Organization and procedure in the National Assembly of the Philippines" 1938

(23-24)

Box   23  
Legislative procedure of the National Assembly, papers about 1931-1933

(23-25)

Box   23  
"Little Senate" bill, clippings about 1933-1940

(23-26)

Box   23  
Applications for government positions 1934-1936

(23-27, etc.-23-29)

 
National Assembly
Box   24  
Speech of President Manuel Quezon 1941

(24-1)

Box   24  
Clippings about 1934-1940

(24-2, etc.-24-8)

Box   24  
Vetoes of legislation by the Governor-General 1933-1935

(24-9, etc.-24-11)

 
Political [subseries]
Box   24  
Elections
Box   24  
Papers about 1920s, 1938-1939

(24-12; 24-13; 24-17)

Box   24  
Clippings about 1934-1938

(24-14; 24-15; 24-16)

Box   24  
Opinions on election laws

(24-18)

Box   24  
Election Commission, clippings about 1935-1939

(24-19)

Box   24  
Election Code, clippings about 1938

(24-20)

 
Politics
Box   24  
Clippings about 1931-1941

(24-21, etc.-24-24)

Box   24  
Papers about 1930s

(24-25)

 
Political Parties
Box   25  
Clippings about 1934-1940

(25-1, etc.-25-8)

Box   25  
Democrata and Nationalista parties, papers about 1922-1932

(25-9)

Box   25  
Colectivista-Nationalista coalition, clippings about 1922-1923

(25-10)

Box   25  
Nationalista-Democrata Coalition, papers about 1934-1935

(25-11)

Box   25  
Opposition to Manuel Quezon, clippings about 1937-1939

(25-12; 25-13)

Box   25  
Aguinaldo and the National Socialists, clippings about 1935

(25-24)

Box   25  
Ang Bagong Katipunan, clippings about 1931-1932

(25-15-25-16)

 
Communist Party
Box   25  
Papers about 1930-1934

(25-17)

Box   25  
Clippings about 1929-1932

(25-18)

Box   25  
Communists and Socialists, clippings about 1935-1940

(25-19, etc.-25-21)

Box   25  
Socialist Party, clippings about 1938

(25-22)

 
Sakdals [Microfilm copy available]
Box   25  
Papers about 1934-1935

(25-23, etc.-25-26; and 25-29)

Box   25  
Clippings about 1935-1937

(25-27; 25-28)

Box   26  
Clippings about 1937-1940

(26-1, etc. 26-3)

Box   26  
Proposed abolition of political parties, clippings about 1930-1932

(26-4)

 
Personalities
Box   26  
Biographies of Philippine politicians 1923

(26-5)

 
Manuel Quezon
Box   26  
Clippings about 1933-1940

(26-6; 26-7)

Box   26  
Papers about 1920s, 1930s

(26-8)

Box   26  
Papers about and photographs of 1944

(26-9)

Box   26  
Speeches of Quezon, Osmena, and others 1936-1937

(26-10)

 
Sergio Osmena
Box   26  
Clippings about 1936-1940

(26-11)

Box   26  
Papers about 1924, 1938

(26-12)

Box   26  
Seminar papers about Philippine politics 1939, undated

(26-13; 26-14)

 
Provincial [subseries]
Box   26  
Local and municipal government
Box   26  
Clippings about 1931-1932, 1936-1939

(26-15, etc.-26-17; and 26-27)

Box   27  
Clippings about 1936-1940

(27-1, etc.-27-4)

Box   26  
Papers about 1926, 1934-1935

(26-26; 26-28)

 
Manila
Box   26  
Clippings about 1934-1940

(26-19, etc.-26-23)

Box   26  
Sanitation, papers about 1935

(26-24)

Box   26  
Municipal Councils and Port Boards, resolutions of 1935

(26-25)

Box   27  
Provincial government
Box   27  
Papers about 1930s

(27-5)

Box   27  
Biographies of provincial governors 1931

(27-6)

Box   27  
Press releases relating to 1935

(27-7)

 
Mountain Province
Box   27  
Diaries/letters of Mountain Province visit 1923

(27-7a)

Box   27  
Reports about 1929-1941 (scattered dates)

(27-8; 27-9; 27-11)

Box   27  
Papers about 1931, 1934

(27-10; 27-12, etc.-27-19)

Box   27  
Clippings about 1935-1937

(27-20; 27-21; 27-22)

 
Agusan [Microfilm copy available]
Box   27  
Reports about 1933-1935

(27-24; 27-25)

 
Batanes
Box   27  
Papers about 1934-1935

(27-26)

 
Bakidnon [Microfilm copy available]
Box   27  
Papers about 1934-1935

(27-27)

 
Cotabato [Microfilm copy available]
Box   27  
Reports about 1926, 1934-1935

(27-28; 27-31; 27-32)

Box   27  
Papers about 1933-1935

(27-29; 27-30; 27-33)

Box   28  
Davao [Microfilm copy available]
Box   28  
Memoranda of J.C. Early about 1930

(28-1)

 
Japanese in Davao
Box   28  
Report relating to 1926

(28-2)

Box   28  
Japanese interests in 1934-1935

(28-4)

Box   28  
Papers about 1931

(28-3)

Box   28  
Reports of the Provincial Governor 1935

(28-5)

 
Lanao

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   28  
Reports of the Provincial Governor 1932-1937

(28-6; 28-7; 28-8)

Box   28  
Report relating to the Moro problem 1933

(28-9)

Box   28  
Letter from J.J. Heffington about 1930

(28-10)

Box   28  
Papers about 1933-1935

(28-11; 28-12; 28-13)

Box   28  
Clippings about 1931-1936

(28-14, etc.-28-17)

Box   28  
Reports about 1933, 1935

(28-18)

 
Zamboango [Microfilm copy available]
Box   28  
Reports of the Provincial Governor 1934-1935

(28-19)

Box   28  
Reports about 1931

(28-20)

Box   28  
Papers about 1934-1935

(28-21)

 
Bureau of Non-Christian Tribes

(Microfilm available)

Box   28  
Reports of the Director 1934-1935

(28-22)

Box   28  
Clippings about 1931-1935

(28-23)

Box   28  
Papers about 1934

(28-24)

Box   28  
Papers about non-Christian tribes 1934-1935

(28-25)

 
Moros

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   28  
Correspondence about 1926

(28-26)

Box   28  
Constabulary reports about 1920-1933

(28-27)

Box   28  
Reports about 1929-1931

(28-8; 28-9)

Box   28  
Memorandum about 1933

(28-30)

Box   28  
Papers about 1933-1939

(28-31; 28-33)

Box   28  
Governmental reorganization 1934

(28-32)

Box   28  
Clippings about 1931-1935

(28-34)

Box   29  
Clippings about 1936-1937, 1940

(29-1, etc.-29-4)

 
Mindanao and Sulu

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   29  
Report about 1930

(29-5)

Box   29  
Colonization of 1934-1935

(29-6)

 
Development of
Box   29  
Papers about 1930

(29-7)

Box   29  
Report about 1934

(29-8)

Box   29  
Clippings about 1936, 1939-1940

(29-9; 29-10)

Box   29  
Report of the Commissioner for Mindanao and Sulu 1937

(29-11)

 
Mindanao

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   29  
Clippings about 1937

(29-12)

Box   29  
Settlement of Mindanao, papers about 1939

(29-13)

 
Sulu

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   29  
Report of the Provincial Governor 1929, 1932, 1935-1937

(29-14; 29-15; 29-20)

Box   29  
Monthly reports of the Provincial Governor 1934-1935

(29-16, etc.-29-19)

Box   29  
Government employment survey for Sulu, papers about 1931-1934

(29-21; 29-22)

Box   29  
Public health, report on 1934

(29-23)

Box   29  
Education, papers about 1934-1935

(29-24)

Box   29  
Budget, papers about 1934

(29-25)

Box   29  
Speech of J.R. Hayden entitled "The Government of Sulu Archipelago," 1936

(29-26)

 
James Fugate, provincial governor
Box   29  
Correspondence of 1910-1937

(29-27, etc.-29-31)

Box   29  
Petition relating to 1935

(29-32)

 
Arthur Spiller
Box   29  
Papers relating to 1934-1935

(29-33)

Box   29  
Papers relating to charges brought against him 1933-1934

(29-34)

Box   29  
Report of Major Charles S. Livingston entitled "Constabulary Monograph of the Sulu Province" 1915

(29-35)

Box   29  
Alagar affairs on Sulu, clippings concerning 1932

(29-36)

Box   30  
Amoks on Sulu, papers about 1934

(30-1)

 
Moros on Sulu
Box   30  
Papers about 1934-1935

(30-2, etc.-30-5)

Box   30  
Report 1928

(30-6)

Box   30  
Memorandum 1933

(30-7)

Box   30  
Papers concerning province of Sulu 1934-1935

(30-8; 30-9)

Box   30  
Clippings concerning province of Sulu 1934-1935

(30-11)

Box   30  
Seminar papers concerning the Moros

(30-12)

 
Miscellaneous topics [subseries]
Box   30  
Clippings 1930-1935

(30-13, etc.-30-26)

Box   31  
Clippings 1934-1941

(31-1, etc.-31-17)

Box   31  
Papers 1930s

(31-18, etc.-31-21)

 
Hayden and the Philippines
Box   31  
Clippings 1930-1933

(31-23, etc.-31-25)

Box   32  
Clippings 1934-1938

(32-1, etc.-32-19)

Box   33  
Speeches 1925, 1932-1941

(33-1, etc.-33-16)

Box   33  
Articles by or about JRH 1931-1936

(33-17)

Box   33  
JRH's trips to the Philippines 1922, 1926

(33-19)

Box   33  
Printed material

(33-20; 30-21)

 
Philippines in World War II
Box   33  
Papers

(33-22)

Box   33  
Printed materials

(33-23, etc.-33-28)

Box   34  
Philippine Island newspapers 1920s

(34-1)

Box   34  
Receipts 1930s

(34-2; 34-3)

Box   34  
Addresses and mailing list 1930s

(34-4)

Box   34  
Travel vouchers for JRH

(34-5)

Box   34  
JRH inaugural address 1933

(34-6)

Box   34  
Radio broadcast between JRH, Manuel Roxas, and Congressman Butler Hare 1933

(34-7)

Box   34  
Protestant missions on the Philippines, papers about 1939

(34-8)

Box   34  
Miscellaneous (2 folders)

(34-9; 34-9a)

Box   34  
Appendices and foreword to book about the Philippines

(34-10)

Box   34  
Clippings 1938-1939

(34-11)

Box   34  
Exhibit material

(34-12, etc. 34-14)

Box   34  
Scrapbook including articles by JRH on the Philippines 1923-1924

(34-15)

Box   34  
Scrapbook 1923, 1931 including articles by JRH on the Philippines 1923-1931

(34-16)

Box   34  
Scrapbook concerning JRH and the Philippines January-March 1935

(34-17)

 
Visual Materials [subseries]
 
Photographs
Box   35  
Agriculture and industry

(35-1)

Box   35  
Architecture

(35-2)

Box   35  
Art collection

(35-3)

Box   35  
Campaign

(35-4)

Box   35  
Family and early photos

(35-5--35-6)

 
Friends and colleagues
Box   35  
Identified

(35-7)

Box   35  
Unidentified

(35-8)

Box   35  
Health services

(35-9)

Box   35  
Landmarks and monuments

(35-10)

Box   35  
Murphy, Frank

(35-11)

Box   35  
Mindanao views (mainly from tour of 1934-1935)

(35-11-a)

Box   35  
Miscellaneous

(35-12)

Box   35  
Natives

(35-13--35-14)

Box   35  
Natives (from "Mountain Province letters") 1923

(35-15)

Box   35  
Negatives

(35-16)

Box   35  
Official functions

(35-17)

Box   35  
Parker volcano

(35-17-a)

Box   35  
Portraits

(35-18)

Box   35  
Schools

(35-19)

Box   35  
Sulu gathering, J. R. Hayden at

(35-19-a)

Box   35  
Taft, William H. (at Philippine function)

(35-20)

Box   35  
Views

(35-21)

 
Album
Box   35  
Views of the Philippines and activities of JRH and others from their tour of Mindanao and the Parker volcano in 1934-1935

(prepared and presented by Mark Parker, July 11, 1935)

 
Motion Picture films

(original 16mm films digitized in 2009)

 
Philippine film-Batanes Islands undated ([851643-1])
(Hayden was a University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s. Undated (probably from the 1930s), films may not be in original sequence.)
 
Original: [Restricted] (16mm film, b/w, pos, silent)
DVD Box   5  
Use Copy: (DVD)
  Online  
Streaming File: 851643-1 [view video]
 
Philippine film-Mindanao undated ([851643-2])
(Hayden was a University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s. Undated (probably from the 1930s), films may not be in original sequence.)
 
Original: [Restricted] (16mm film, b/w, pos, silent, 30:41)
DVD Box   5  
Use Copy: (DVD)
  Online  
Streaming File: 851643-2 [view video]
 
Philippine film-Manila, Central Luzon, Ilocos Coast, Mt. Province undated ([851643-3])
(Hayden was a University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s. Undated (probably from the 1930s), films may not be in original sequence.)
 
Original: [Restricted] (16mm film, b/w, pos, silent)
DVD Box   5  
Use Copy: (DVD)
  Online  
Streaming File: 851643-3 [access item]
 
Philippine film-Sulu Archipelago and Manila undated ([851643-4])
(Hayden was a University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s. Undated (probably from the 1930s), films may not be in original sequence.)
 
Original: [Restricted] (16mm film, b/w, pos, silent, 27:08)
DVD Box   5  
Use Copy: (DVD)
  Online  
Streaming File: 851643-4 [access item]
 
University of Michigan [series]

The University of Michigan series consists of four feet of University of Michigan class notes and lectures (currently unprocessed).

Box   36  
Class materials: Notes, clippings, etc
Box   37  
Class materials: Notes, clippings, etc

(continued)

Box   38  
Class materials: Notes, clippings, etc

(continued)

Box   39  
Class materials: Notes, clippings, etc

(continued)

 
Michigan Naval Division [series]

The Michigan Naval Division records were accumulated by Hayden during his years of service with the Michigan Naval Division during World War I. This series is currently unprocessed.

Box   40  
Materials 1917-1919
 
File maintained by Lloyd Millegan [series]

(1971 accession to the collection)

Lloyd Millegan was Hayden's assistant with the Philippine Research and Information Section. In 1971, he donated to the library Hayden files in his possession. This accession is a rich source of information relating to Hayden's activities during World War II with the OSS and as a civilian adviser to General Douglas MacArthur.

Box   41  
Question of U.S. sovereignty over the Philippines during the Japanese occupation, papers about 1942-1943

(41-1)

Box   41  
Political situation in the Philippines and impressions of Douglas MacArthur and Manuel Quezon, letter of JRH to Jesse Reeves (letter never sent) September 29-November 7, 1935

(41-2)

Box   41  
Sulu and North Borneo areas, report about written by Captain J.A. Hamner, Philippine Regional Section, Allied Intelligence Bureau 1943-1944

(41-3)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Personal correspondence 1940-1944

(41-4)

Box   41  
JRH's mission to China and Australia for the Office of Strategic Services, papers about

(41-5)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Conditions in the Sulu Archipelago and war intelligence objectives in the Sulu, papers about

(41-6)

Box   41  
Memorandum of conferences with MacArthur, Willoughby, and Merle-Smith regarding O.S.S. operations in the Southwest Pacific Area

(41-7)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
China and JRH's activities in Chungking, China in 1942 papers about, 1940-1944 1940-1944

(41-8)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Military espionage and spies, bibliography relating to undated

(41-9)

Box   41  
Co-ordinator of Information and the Office of Strategic Services, papers about 1941-1942

(41-10)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Korean Provisional Government and the Korean Army

(41-11)

Box   41  
Trip to China, reports and notes concerning 1942-1943

(41-12)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Philippines, clippings and miscellanea about 1932-1944

(41-13)

Box   41  
Esson M. Gale, correspondence with 1942

(41-14)

Box   41  
James R. Fugate, papers about 1936-1939

(41-15)

Box   41  
Memo from JRH relating to a memorandum to Colonel Donovan from Pearl Buck discussing the role of China in the war effort 1942

(41-16)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Statement of Edward M. Kuder written to JRH on events and conditions in Lanao immediately preceding the war and from 1941-1943, 1943

(includes appendices on the problems of government in predominately Moslem provinces)

(41-17)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   41  
Maps-road map of the Philippines 1940 and map of the Coral Sea Strategic Area, 1942 1940-1942

(41-18)

Box   41  
Memoranda from Colonel R.A. Dunn on the Philippine situation January-February 1942

(41-19)

Box   41  
Papers from General Frank Parker to Senator Millard Tydings concerning proposed naval site in the Philippine Islands; also related map 1934, undated

(41-20)

Box   41  
Question of legal authority for U.S. intervention in the Philippines, letter to J. Weldon Jones about 1942

(41-21)

Box   41  
War effort in the Philippines, miscellanea about 1942-1944

(41-22)

Box   41  
Revised Administrative Code of 1917

(41-23)

Box   42  
Preliminary report entitled "Philippine Civil Affairs: Policy and Organization" April 16, 1945

(42-1)

(Microfilm copy available)

Box   42  
Notes of conversations with General Douglas MacArthur 1944-1945

(42-2)

Box   42  
Notes of conversations with Manuel Quezon, including drafts of statement on conferences March 1944

(42-3)

Box   42  
Miscellaneous notes and directives from Manuel Quezon 1944

(42-4)

Box   42  
Question of presidential succession in the Philippines, copies of correspondence between Quezon, Osmena, and Roosevelt 1943

(42-5)

Box   42  
Evolution of a civil affairs policy for the Philippines, papers concerning 1943-1944

(42-6)

Box   42  
Philippine collaboration, papers concerning 1945

(42-7)

Box   42  
Treatment of American POW's and civilian internees in the Philippines, papers concerning 1945

(42-8)

Box   42  
Status and duties of the Commonwealth Government, the Commander-in-Chief, and the High Commissioner upon reoccupation, papers concerning

(42-9)

Box   42  
Report: "Principles governing arrangements for civil administration and jurisdiction in Netherlands Territory in the southwest Pacific area"

(42-10)

Box   42  
Telegrams of condolence upon the death of Manuel Quezon August 1944

(42-11)

Box   42  
Continuance of Quezon as Commonwealth President after November 1943 papers concerning, 1943 1943

(42-12)

Box   42  
Constitutional status of the Philippines during the war, paper written by UM Law School dean Henry M. Bates, papers about 1943

(42-13)

Box   42  
Provincial government of Palawan, report concerning 1944

(42-14)

Box   42  
Report of the Philippine Research and Information Section April 1945

(42-15)

Box   42  
Report entitled "Who's Who in the Philippines" September 1944

(42-16)

Box   42  
Bibliography of Philippine materials in the Library of the Files and Studies Section, G-5 October 1944

(42-17)

Box   42  
"Philippine Biographies," October 1944

(42-18)

Box   42  
Directory of Philippine Commonwealth Officials April 1945

(42-19)

Box   42  
Report entitled "Conditions Affecting Domestic Order in the Moro Provinces of Mindanao and Sulu" August 1945

(42-20)

Box   42  
"The Philippines during the Japanese Regime and annotated list of the literature published in or about the Philippines during the Japanese Occupation" 1942-1945

(42-21)

Box   42  
Guest log of the Philippine Research and Information Section December 1944-April 1945

(42-22)

Box   42  
Philippine Research and Information Section, miscellaneous papers about

(42-23)

Box   42  
Report by Hernando Abaya entitled "Collaboration & Collaborators, Philippine Version" May 1945

(42-24)

Box   42  
Report entitled "Law Enforcement in the Philippine Islands" September 1944

(42-25)

Box   42  
Report presenting a plan for the establishment of a constabulary force in Moro areas upon reoccupation October 1944

(42-26)

Box   42  
Plan presented by Lloyd Millegan for the cultural reorganization of the Philippines April 1945

(42-27)

Box   42  
Plan for psychological warfare in the southwest Pacific area July 1944

(42-28)

Box   42  
Reports of conferences between Jose Laurel and the Japanese 1944

(42-29)

Box   42  
Report of Chick Parsons to Manuel Quezon concerning the Philippine situation; and Quezon's reply September 1943

(42-30)

Box   42  
Memo concerning evacuees from the Philippines September 1943-August 1944

(42-321)

Box   42  
Papers concerning civilian internees in Santo Tomas prison camp 1943

(42-32)

Box   42  
Report entitled "Local Problems: Pangasinan Province, 26 April 1945" April 1945

(42-33)

Box   42  
Report entitled "The Hukbalahap" March 1945

(42-34)

Box   42  
Report concerning Makapili and Ganaps in Nueva Ecija February 1945

(42-35)

Box   42  
History of USAFIP, North Luzon and guerrilla activities in North Luzon February 1945

(42-36)

Box   42  
Reports from Dionisio Gutierrez, including material on guerrilla activities in Mindanao 1944-1945

(42-37)

Box   42  
Correspondence of Lt. Commander F.L. Worcester concerning the guerrilla situation in Mindanao 1943-1944

(42-38)

Box   42  
Draft of speech entitled "The Philippines will not be conquered"

(42-39)

Box   42  
Paper entitled "The Philippine Public Schools: A brief appraisal"

(42-41)

Box   42  
Death of Manuel Quezon, papers concerning 1944-1945

(42-42)

Box   42  
Death of Sergio Osmena, papers concerning 1944

(42-43)

Box   42  
Miscellaneous personal papers 1944-1945

(42-44; 42-45)

Box   42  
Malolos Constitution 1899

(original copy)

(42-46)

Box   42  
Documents prepared by the Institute of Pacific Relations, including "The Philippine Policy of the United States" by JRH 1939

(42-47)

 
Files maintained by Elizabeth Olivia Hayden [series]

(1985 accession to the collection)

The series titled Files maintained by Elizabeth Olivia Hayden was donated in 1985-86 following the death of Mrs. J.R. Hayden. This series consists of Hayden's personal correspondence with his wife and family members, personal subject files mainly from the period of World War II, and papers of Elizabeth Olivia Hayden's family, Hall family. This latter portion of the collection is unprocessed.

 
Correspondence [subseries]
Box   43  
circa 1908-1975 (5 folders)
Box   43  
1908-1921 (23 folders)
Box   44  
1922-1940 (24 folders)
Box   45  
1941-April 1945 (16 folders)
Box   46  
July 1945-1958 (18 folders)
Box   47  
1959-1975 (17 folders)
 
Death of Joseph Ralston Hayden [subseries]
Box   47  
Correspondence with Elizabeth O. Hall Hayden May-November 1945 (4 folders)

(largely letters of condolence)

Box   47  
Miscellaneous documents pertaining to the death of Joseph R. Hayden
Box   47  
Condolence cards
 
Elizabeth O. Hall Hayden diaries [subseries]
Box   47  
Trip to Mindanao 1931

(original and typescript)

Box   47  
Daily diaries 1934-1935 (3 folders)

(originals and partial typescript copies)

 
Subject files [subseries]
Box   48  
Brent School, Baguio
Box   48  
Engagement books/calendars
Box   48  
Handwritten notes 1908-1946
Box   48  
Hayden, Elizabeth Douglas (personal)
 
Hayden, Joseph Ralston (personal)
Box   48  
Cunningham, Bill
Box   48  
Manila Polo Club
Box   48  
Rotary Club
Box   48  
Stock account
Box   48  
Miscellaneous Philippine material
Box   48  
Miscellaneous material pertaining to travel abroad and in the United States (2 folders)
Box   48  
Miscellaneous printed materials 1908-1946
Box   48  
Newspaper clippings
Box   48  
Philippine Diary (kept by JRH) 1933-1935
Box   48  
"Powers of the President of the Philippines"
Box   48  
Visual material
 
JRH Philippine subject files 1933-1934 [subseries]
Box   48  
Army-Navy Club 1933-1934
Box   48  
Kalaw, Maximo M (dean, University of the Philippines)
Box   48  
Ogg, F.A
Box   48  
Oratorical Association
Box   48  
Philippine Bibliography
Box   48  
Smith, Shirley W
Box   48  
Student Conference on World Affairs
Box   48  
University Council
 
University of Michigan
Box   48  
General
Box   48  
Extension
 
JRH personal/subject file [subseries]
Box   49  
Master file (personal) September 17, 1941-December 31, 1941
Box   49  
Master file (personal), January 2-September 21
Box   49  
A
Box   49  
A.N. Marquis Company
Box   49  
Address material
Box   49  
American Council of Learned Societies
Box   49  
American Geographical Society of New York
Box   49  
Ann Arbor Committee for National Defense
Box   49  
Ann Arbor Trust Company
Box   49  
Archives (National Archives)
Box   49  
Automobile
Box   49  
B
Box   49  
Bishop Brent Moro School
Box   49  
Boerner, Alfred V
Box   49  
Boyd, William M
Box   49  
Callis, H.G
Box   49  
Cash, Harry L
Box   49  
Clippings
Box   49  
Colegrove, Kenneth: "East Asia, the New Order In"
Box   49  
Congressional Record
Box   49  
D
Box   49  
Davis, Captain Ward P
Box   49  
Dorchester House
Box   49  
E
Box   49  
Earle, Edward Mead
Box   49  
East Indies Institute of America, Inc
Box   49  
East, protest in the-Phi Kappa Phi
Box   49  
Encyclopedia Britannica
Box   49  
Excerpts from newspapers
Box   49  
Expense account
Box   49  
Eyre, James K., Jr
Box   49  
F
Box   49  
Foreign Policy Bulletins
 
Foreign Relations
Box   49  
Committees of (organization and functions)
Box   49  
Council on Far East Study Group
Box   49  
Council on Foreign Relations (Dr. Percy Bidwell)
Box   49  
Detroit Committee on Foreign Relations
Box   49  
New York Council on Foreign Relations (W.H. Mallory, executive director)
Box   49  
Fugate, James R
Box   49  
G
Box   49  
Gage, Alexander Kimball, Jr
Box   49  
Gause, W.A
Box   49  
George Washington University
Box   49  
H
Box   49  
Hall, H. Duncan
Box   49  
Hawaii: Restless Rampart (by Joseph Barber Jr.)
Box   49  
Hawaii, University of
Box   49  
Hayden/Ralston family miscellaneous 1854-1903 (scattered)
Box   49  
Hayden, Joseph R. (miscellaneous forms and applications)
Box   49  
Hayden, Mary
Box   49  
Hayden, Ralston: Western Reserve University
Box   49  
Hayden, Van Brocklin
Box   49  
Hobart College
Box   49  
Hoover Ball & Bearing Company
Box   49  
Horse: Hutton's King: F.W. McLane
Box   49  
Hu Smith, Dr. (i.e. Huh Shih)
Box   49  
J
Box   49  
Jappe, James L.E
Box   49  
Jones, J. Weldon
Box   49  
I
Box   49  
International Studies Conference
Box   49  
Iowa, State :University of
Box   49  
K
Box   49  
Knopf, Alfred A., Inc
Box   49  
L
Box   49  
Loan to China
Box   49  
Mc
Box   49  
McNutt, Paul V
Box   49  
M
Box   49  
Macmillan Company (2 folders)
Box   49  
Maps: Philippines, Mindanao and Sulu Peninsula
 
Michigan, University of
Box   49  
Bartlett, H.H
Box   49  
Bromage, Arthur
Box   49  
Brown, Everett S
Box   49  
Gale, Esson M
Box   49  
Karpinsky, Louis C
Box   49  
Kraus, Edward
Box   49  
Losh, Hazel
Box   49  
Miscellaneous
Box   49  
Perkins, John A
Box   49  
Watkins, Herbert G
Box   49  
Woodburne, Lloyd
Box   49  
Millegan, Lloyd S
Box   49  
Minnesota, University of (William Anderson)
Box   49  
Monmouth College (Dr. Robert W. McCulloch)
Box   49  
Murphy, Frank
Box   49  
N
Box   49  
National Defense and Economic Reconstruction (National Industrial Conference Board, Inc.)
Box   49  
National Policy Committee
Box   49  
New Jersey State Teacher's College(Lawrence H. Conrad)
Box   49  
New York, Hunter College of (Madge M. McKinney)
Box   49  
O
Box   49  
Owings, Chloe
Box   49  
P
Box   49  
Pacific Relations, American Council Institute of
Box   49  
Parker, Frank
Box   49  
Pearson, Lawrence W
Box   49  
Personnel data
Box   49  
Philippines: Far East
Box   49  
Philippine News
Box   49  
Philippine export taxes
Box   49  
The Philippines
Box   49  
Philippines (Millegan)
Box   49  
Philippines (Quezon)
Box   49  
Porter, Andrew O
Box   49  
Powers of the President of the Philippines
Box   49  
Q
Box   49  
R
Box   49  
Rivers, William C
Box   49  
Rochester, University of (Dr. Alan Valentine, president)
Box   49  
S
Box   49  
Salter, Mrs. John P
Box   49  
Sayre, Francis B. (High Commissioner to the Philippines)
Box   49  
Smith, Harold D.: "The Management of Government in a Democracy"
Box   49  
Smith, Robert Aura
Box   49  
Social Science Research Council
Box   49  
Solomon, Harriet E
Box   49  
Stamps and covers
Box   49  
Stricker, Henry D
Box   49  
Sulit, Estella R
Box   49  
T
Box   49  
Training School
Box   49  
Trans Siberian Railway
Box   49  
Travel authorization
Box   49  
W
Box   49  
Whitney, Courtney R
Box   49  
Wisconsin, University of
Box   49  
Young
Box   49  
Ephemera (2 folders)
 
Hall family [series]
Box   50  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

Box   51  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

(continued)

Box   52  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

(continued)

Box   53  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

(continued)

Box   54  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

(continued)

Box   55  
Family letters and other papers

(unprocessed)

(continued)

Additional Descriptive Data
Selected Index to Correspondence
Adams, Randolph Greenfield, 1892-1951.
  • 1928 (Feb. 10 and 20)
Artiaga, Santiago, 1878-1962.
  • June 23, 1939
Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937.
  • August 18, 1916; 1925 (July 23 and 25)
Carpenter, Frank Watson
  • December 9, 1933; 1934 (Jan. 17, Feb. 26, May 9 and Dec. 1)
Clements, William Lawrence, 1861-1934.
  • 1927 (Feb. 4, 5 and 8)
Cox, Creed Fulton, 1877-1950.
  • 1933 (Nov. 7, 11, 13, and 15)
Crawford, Fred Lewis, 1888-1957.
  • Feb. 26, 1937
Diekema, Gerrit John, 1859-1930.
  • 1929 (June 7 and 8)
Forbes, William Cameron, 1870-1959.
  • Dec. 21, 1921; 1927 (June 20, July 5 and 12, and Sept. 19); Dec. 31, 1929; Jan. 15, 1930; Jan. 28, 1934
Fugate, James R., d. 1938.
  • 1921, Nov. 12, 1928, and 1930-1938 (throughout)
Gilmore, Eugene Allen, 1871-1953
  • 1927, 1929, 1931 (Sept. 3 and Dec. 2); 1932 (Jan. 3 and 5)
Green, Fred Warren, 1872-1936.
  • Apr. 2, 1929; 1930 (Mar. 19, 24 and 26)
Guest, Edgar Albert, 1881-1959.
  • Correspondence scattered throughout
Harllee, William C.
  • 1935 (Sept. 1 and Oct. 3); 1936 Aug. 23, Sept. 26 and Dec. 15)
Harrison, Francis Burton, 1873-1957.
  • Aug. 18, 1916
Hester, Everett D.
  • Dec. 14, 1932, 1933, 1937 (Mar. 30 and May 8); 1941 (May 23 and July 8)
Hill, Norman Hingston
  • 1933 (July 22 and Dec. 15); 1936 (Feb. 25 and July 6); April 13, 1927
Hornbeck, Stanley Kuhl, 1883-1966.
  • Oct. 25, 1932, Nov. 12, 1933, Jan. 29, 1934, 1936 (Aug. 15, 19, and 24, Oct. 21)
Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.
  • Nov. 25, 1938
Jones, James Weldon
  • 1935-1937; 1940-1941
Kellogg, Frank Billings, 1856-1937
  • June 20, 1928
Kuder, Edward M.
  • May 1, 1934
Laurel, Jose
  • Correspondence scattered throughout
McNutt, Paul Vories, 1891-1955
  • July 30, 1937, Oct. 4, 1938
Malcolm, George Arthur, 1881-1961.
  • Dec. 31, 1925, June 16, 1928, Aug. 30, 1937, March 18, 1940
Michener, Earl Cory, 1876-1957.
  • Mar. 3, 1926, 1929, April 1930, 1932 (May 10, October 25 and Nov. 10)
Mosher, Gouverneur Frank, 1871-1941.
  • Nov. 15, 1932, 1933 (July 20 & Nov. 4), Aug. 21, 1934, 1936, Apr. 28, 1937, 1939, Feb. 1, 1940
Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
  • Aug. 2, 1933, 1934, 1935 (Dec. 5 and 10), 1936-1939, 1940 (Apr. 9 and May 6)
Osias, Camilo
  • Oct. 21, 1930, 1932 (Nov. 3 and 8)
Parker, Francis LeJau, 1873-
  • 1933 (July 24 and 26, Aug. 19, 21 and 25)
Parker, Frank, 1872-1947.
  • Correspondence scattered throughout
Pollock, James Kerr, 1898-1968.
  • July 31, 1929, Sept. 1, 1934, Sept. 10, 1935
Quezon, Manuel Luis, 1878-1944.
  • 1927 (Nov. 21 and 26), July 28, 1936
Ralston, Jackson Harvey, 1857-1945.
  • 1927 (Apr. 27, May 21), 1929 (July 14 and Sept. 7), June 16, 1931, Nov. 3, 1933, 1934 (Feb. 21 and Dec. 12), 1937 (Jan. 19, Feb. 12 and June 24), 1938 (July 10 and Oct. 8), 1939, 1941 (June 8. Aug. 4 and Sept. 4)
Reeves, Jesse Siddall, 1872-1942.
  • 1934 (Jan. 6 and June 26)
Romulo, Carlos P., 1901-
  • May 10, 1935
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945.
  • Apr. 13, 1936
Roth, Fred G.
  • 1934-1935, Aug. 29, 1936, Feb. 11, 1937, 1938 (Mar. 5 and May 6), 1939, 1940 (Feb. 6 and Mar. 28)
Roxas, Manuel
  • 1932-1933, Aug. 21, 1934
Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1885-
  • 1937 (May 4 and 10)
Swanson, Claude Augustus, 1862-1939.
  • Dec. 6, 1917, June 15, 1928
Taft, William Howard, 1857-1930.
  • Nov. 24, 1928
Tomlinson, Mathew
  • Correspondence scattered throughout
Vandenberg, Arthur Hendrick, 1884-1951.
  • 1928 (Apr. 2 and 9), 1929-1930, 1931 (Oct. 16 and Nov. 25), 1932, Feb. 20, 1936
Van Schaick, Louis J.
  • Oct. 6, 1931, 1935 (Apr. 2 and July 9), Nov. 3, 1936
Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927.
  • Aug. 15, 1922, 1924, Dec. 19, 1925, 1926 (Jan. 25 and June 3), July 1927
Worcester, Nanon Fay Leas
  • May 17, 1927