Marion L. Burton Papers: 1895-1925 (bulk 1921-1925)
Summary Information
Title: Marion L. Burton Papers
Creator: Burton, Marion Le Roy, 1874-1925
Dates: 1895-1925 (Majority of material found within 1921-1925)
Extent: 22.3 linear feet, 1 oversize folder
Abstract:
College educator and president; president of University of Michigan, 1920-1925. Administrative correspondence, speeches, articles and scrapbooks detailing his years at University of Michigan; also his speech nominating Calvin Coolidge for the Presidency in 1924; and photographs.
Call number: 85899 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: John Robins and Mary Arnheim

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The bulk of the president's files came from the President's Office (donor no. 566) in 1948; additional personal materials were donated by Mrs. Burton (donor no. 3041) in 1954.

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

Access Restrictions for University of Michigan Records

University records are public records and once fully processed are generally open to research use. Records that contain personally identifiable information will be restricted in order to protect individual privacy. Certain administrative records are restricted in accordance with university policy as outlined below. The restriction of university records is subject to compliance with applicable laws, including the Freedom of Information Act.

Categories of Restricted Records:

  • Personnel related files , including search, review, promotion, and tenure files, are restricted for thirty years from date of creation.
  • Student educational records are restricted for seventy-five years from date of creation.
  • Patient/client records are restricted for one-hundred years from date of creation.
  • Executive Officers, Deans and Directors files . By university records policy in effect as of January 1, 2001, University records generated by the university's Executive Officers, Deans, Directors and their support offices are restricted for a period of twenty years from their date of accession by the Bentley Historical Library. The restriction is subject to applicable law, most notably the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
    • Files restricted for 10 years -- records added to a record group in this category prior to January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of ten years from the date of creation
    • Files restricted for 20 years -- records added to a record group in this category after January 1, 2001 are restricted for a period of 20 years from the date they were added to the record group.

Restricted files are indicated in the contents list with a restriction note indicating the restriction type and the date of expiration.

  • CR (Client/Patient records, 100 years from date of creation)
  • PR (Personnel related records, 30 years from date of creation)
  • SR (Student educational records, 75 years from date of creation)
  • ER (Executive Officers, Deans and Directors records, 20 years from the date the material added to the record group)

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Copyright:

Copyright is held by the Regents of the University of Michigan but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright is not held. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Preferred Citation:

item, folder title, box no., Marion L. Burton Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Biography

Marion Le Roy Burton grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to which his family had moved from Brooklyn, Iowa, soon after his birth on August 30, 1874. Although he had to go to work after only one year of high school, he later completed his preparation at Carleton Academy, and graduated from Carleton College in 1900. He married Nina Moses the same year. Burton earned a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Yale in 1906, and a Ph.D. in 1907. After teaching theology at Yale and serving as pastor of a church for several years, Burton was elected president of Smith College, where he remained until he became president of the University of Minnesota in 1910. In the spring of 1920 he was chosen to become the sixth president of the University of Michigan, and served from September 1920 until his death in February 1925.

President Burton was known for his warm personality, organizational ability, and the power of his oratory, which was used to good effect to convince the Michigan Legislature of the university's great need for new buildings and increased funding for educational programs. He lent his talents to the national political scene when he gave the speech nominating Calvin Coolidge as the Republican Party's presidential candidate in 1924. Respected and well-liked by his colleagues, he worked tirelessly to carry out his broad vision of education. During his regrettably short tenure, he laid a solid foundation for the growth of the university, both academically and physically, between the two world wars.

University of Michigan history during the Burton presidency

When Marion L. Burton became president in October 1920, he immediately faced the need to accommodate a greatly increased student population through the expansion of departments, and the addition of new subject areas. The pressing need for more physical space resulted in an extensive building program, and the changing academic needs led to departmental additions and re-organizations. This rapid expansion of the university following World War I also necessitated various administrative changes.

The most visible accomplishment of the Burton Administration was the expansion of the physical facilities of the campus. Following a campus-wide survey of needs, President Burton and the regents devoted their energies and attention to securing a multi-million dollar appropriation from the state legislature. When this was successfully accomplished, a comprehensive building program was adopted. With regental approval, it was put under the jurisdiction of the Committee of Five, consisting of the president and secretary of the university, Regent William L. Clements, Albert Kahn, consulting architect of the project, and Psychology Professor John F. Shepard, who acted as supervisor of plans. In June 1921, the regents decided to start the program with an addition to the Dental Clinic, completion of the University Hospital, and the construction of East Engineering, East Physics, and University High School buildings. In addition, generous private donations provided for the building of Clements Library, and the Lawyers' Club group. President Burton's untimely death in February 1925 denied him the opportunity to see all these plans completed.

Perhaps the most vexing question of the many problems faced by President Burton in the early years of his tenure was that of the Homeopathic Medical School and Hospital. The action of the state legislature in cutting off funding for a separate school and hospital drew the attention of homeopathic doctors in the state and nation resulting in a blizzard of letters and editorials protesting any move to change the school or hospital. Nevertheless the unit was disbanded in 1921-22, when homeopathic teaching and medical care were incorporated into the University Medical School and Hospital.

This was also a period of turbulence and re-organization in the Medical School and Hospital apart from the issues raised by the closing of the Homeopathic School and Hospital. Some major issues were whether faculty should be "full-time" or allowed to treat and receive fees from outside patients; the obligation of the hospital to treat indigent patients; the administrative relationship of the Hospital to the Medical School; the need for a separate Nursing School; and whether the Hospital should be self-supporting or funded by the Medical School since patients were used for teaching.

The period 1920-25 saw the establishment of a number of academic units as separate schools, and changes and additions to the curriculum of others. The School of Education was established by the Board of Regents in May 1921, and Allen S. Whitney, who had held the chair of Pedagogy in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, was appointed dean. Under his leadership a university high school and an elementary school were established in 1922 and 1927 respectively, to meet the needs of the practical aspects of teacher training. A growing public awareness of the desirability of teaching health and hygiene in the public schools led to the development of the Department of Physical Education in the School of Education. In 1923-24, Dr. Margaret Bell became Associate Professor of Women's Physical Education but this work was felt to be more appropriate under the University Health Service. In further recognition of its public health obligations, the university organized a Division of Hygiene and Public Health in 1921. In the beginning this encompassed work in public health, physical education, intramural sports, and was closely related to the University Health Service. Eventually, these areas were divided into separate units.

President Burton's belief that a creative artist on campus would be an inspiration to the whole university community, persuaded the regents to raise funds and authorize a Fellowship in Creative Art. Former Governor Chase S. Osborn donated funds for the first year, and Robert Frost accepted the fellowship for 1921-22. He was also on campus for the better part of following year.

Social workers throughout the state wanted better training for their profession and their efforts led to the development of a curriculum in social work in May 1921. The Department of Industrial Research became the Department of Engineering Research in October 1920 and included the Industrial Research Laboratory which undertook research projects for Michigan's growing manufacturing industries.

Although not formally established until 1926, plans were under way to set up a Department of Library Science. Considerable attention was given to separating the study of architecture from the School of Engineering and to incorporating an already existing correlated School of Music into the university, but neither was actually accomplished during President Burton's tenure.

Soon after taking office, President Burton re-organized the committee structure of the Board of Regents from a system of each regent overseeing one college or school to that of committees concerned with overall functions of the university, such as Educational Policies, Student Welfare, Finance, Buildings & Grounds. Regent Lucius L. Hubbard was engaged in re-writing the university by-laws. The staffing of the president's office was enlarged, and a presidential assistant, Professor Frank Robbins, was added. The establishment of new units required the development of appropriate management plans, while older units saw shifts in their governance, such as the change in jurisdiction of the Nichols Arboretum from the Department of Botany to the Board of Regents.

During his first year, President Burton established the office of Dean of Students and appointed Joseph A. Bursley to handle matters previously dealt with directly by the president or by various committees. The Dean of Students took over the Employment Bureau (previously run by the Student Christian Association), as well as the Student Loan Fund.

Under President Burton the old system of departmental governance by a permanent head appointed by the administration was changed to one of chairpersons elected for a limited term and committees set up by the department. This system was started in the English Department in 1920, the Economics Department in 1921, and the Mathematics Department in 1922.

The problem of student discipline which arose with the increased student population required the attention of the administration for some time, and work was started on a uniform code of student discipline, although it was not until later that the code was adopted.

Various other issues received attention during President's Burton's tenure. Among the more important were the adoption of a system of retirement pay. For a number of years the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching had been providing "retirement allowances" to a limited number of professors. As this became inadequate to meet the needs of growing educational institutions, the Teachers Insurance Annuity Association was established, and university policies were adapted to the new system. This was also a period when renewed attention was given to the needs and interests of women students, including suitable housing and appropriate curriculum. In addition, the Student Christian Association was in need of re-vitalizing after a decline during the war years.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The collection, although defined as personal papers of Marion Burton, is in fact the correspondence files of the office of president of the University of Michigan (1920-1925). Complementing these files are scattered personal items from the period prior to Burton's coming to Michigan. The collection has been arranged into the following series: Correspondence Files (President's Office); Miscellaneous President's Office Files; Personal Materials; Speeches and Articles; Scrapbooks/Newspaper clippings; University of Minnesota Topical Files; and Photographs.

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.


  • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1924.
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1923-1929.
  • Clothing and dress -- 18980-1929.
  • Funeral rites and ceremonies.
  • South University Avenue (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
  • Students, Foreign -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Weddings.
  • Photographs.
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Silhouettes.
  • Burton, Marion Le Roy, 1874-1925.
  • Republican Party (Mich.)
  • University of Michigan -- Administration.
  • University of Michigan -- Faculty.
  • University of Michigan. Homoeopathic Medical School.
  • University of Michigan. President.
  • University of Michigan -- Students -- Social life and customs -- 1921-1930.
  • Alumni Memorial Hall (University of Michigan)
  • Burton family.
  • Burton, Marion Le Roy, 1874-1925.
  • Hill Auditorium (University of Michigan)
  • President's House (University of Michigan)
  • University of Michigan -- Buildings.
  • University of Michigan -- Commencements -- 1921-1930.
  • University of Michigan -- Students.
  • William L. Clements Library.
  • Adams, Henry Carter, 1851-1921.
  • American Association for International Cooperation.
  • American Birth Control League.
  • American Council on Education.
  • American Social Hygiene Association.
  • Anti-Saloon League of America.
  • Babst, Earl D., 1870-1967.
  • Balfour, Arthur James, 1848-1930.
  • Bates, Henry Moore, 1869-1949.
  • Beal, Junius E. (Junius Emery), 1860-1942.
  • Bishop, William Warner, 1871-1955.
  • Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925.
  • Chapin, Roy D. (Roy Dikeman), 1880-1936.
  • Clancy, Robert Henry, 1882-1962.
  • Clements, William L. (William Lawrence), 1861-1934.
  • Cooley, Mortimer E. (Mortimer Elwyn), 1855-1944.
  • Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933.
  • Couzens, James, 1872-1936.
  • Denby, Edwin, 1870-1929.
  • Douglas, Lloyd C. (Lloyd Cassel), 1877-1951.
  • Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963.
  • Effinger, John Robert, 1869-1933.
  • Ferris, Woodbridge N., 1853-1928.
  • Fletcher, Frank Ward, 1853-1922.
  • Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943.
  • Ford, Henry, 1863-1947.
  • Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
  • Gompers, Samuel, 1850-1924.
  • Groesbeck, Alexander J. (Alexander Joseph), 1873-1953.
  • Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923.
  • Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945.
  • Hinsdale, W. B. (Wilbert B.), 1851-1944.
  • Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
  • Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948.
  • Hutchins, Harry B. (Harry Burns), 1847-1930.
  • International Anti-Narcotic League.
  • International Narcotic Education Association.
  • Lloyd, Alfred H. (Alfred Henry), 1864-1927.
  • Lorch, Emil, 1870-1963.
  • Michener, Earl C. (Earl Cory), 1876-1957.
  • Murfin, James Orin, 1875-1940.
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
  • National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.)
  • National Movement for Law Enforcement.
  • Newberry, Truman Handy, 1864-1945.
  • Non-Partisan Association for the League of Nations.
  • Osborn, Chase S. (Chase Salmon), 1860-
  • Perry, Stuart Hoffman, 1874-1957.
  • Rackham, Horace H., 1858-1933.
  • Ruthven, Alexander Grant, 1882-1971.
  • Sink, Charles A. (Charles Albert), 1879-1972.
  • Sleeper, Albert E., 1862-1934.
  • Townsend, Charles E. (Charles Elroy), 1856-1924.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951.
  • Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 1898-1974.
  • Van Tyne, Claude Halstead, 1869-1930.
  • Yost, Fielding Harris, 1871-1946.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
President's Office Correspondence Files 1920-1925 [series] (18.5 linear feet)

President's Office Correspondence Files (18.5 linear ft.) is the largest series in the collection covering the period of 1920-1925. The series is arranged chronologically with individual folders in alphabetical order within each year. The basic arrangement within each folder is from later to earlier date, although usage over the years has led to disarrangement in a few folders. The individual files consist mainly of correspondence, reports, and memoranda. Appended to this finding aid are two indices. One is a selective name index to Burton's correspondence. The second is a selective subject index to the correspondence.

 
1920-1921 [subseries]
Box   1  
Aa-Ai

(1-1)

Box   1  
Aj-An

(1-2)

Box   1  
American Council on Education

(1-3)

Box   1  
Annual Report

(1-4)

Box   1  
Ao-Az

(1-5)

Box   1  
Arthur, Robert (ROTC)

(1-6)

Box   1  
Architecture

(1-7)

Box   1  
Associated Press

(1-8)

Box   1  
Baa-Baz

(1-9)

Box   1  
Bartlett, Barbara H.

(1-10)

Box   1  
Bates, Henry

(1-11)

Box   1  
Bea-Bh

(1-12)

Box   1  
Beal, Junius

(1-13)

Box   1  
Bi-Bn

(1-14)

Box   1  
Bishop, William Warner

(1-15)

Box   1  
Bo-Bt

(1-16)

Box   1  
Bua-Bz

(1-17)

Box   1  
Bursley, Joseph

(1-18)

Box   1  
Buhr, Oscar

(1-19)

Box   1  
Caa-Caz

(1-20)

Box   1  
Cabot, Hugh

(1-21)

Box   1  
Campbell, E. D.

(1-22)

Box   1  
Carnegie Foundation

(1-23)

Box   1  
Cd-Ch

(1-24)

Box   1  
Chapin, Roy Dikeman

(1-25)

Box   1  
Ci-Cn

(1-26)

Box   1  
Clements, William

(1-27)

Box   1  
Coa-Coz

(1-28)

Box   1  
Congregational Church

(1-29)

Box   1  
Cooley, Mortimer

(1-30)

Box   1  
Cp-Cz

(1-31)

Box   2  
Da-Dn

(2-1)

Box   2  
Do-Dz

(2-2)

Box   2  
E

(2-3)

Box   2  
Effinger, John R.

(2-4)

Box   2  
Entrance Requirements

(2-5)

Box   2  
Engineering School, Dean of

(2-6)

Box   2  
Engineering Research

(2-7)

Box   2  
Evans, Thomas

(2-8)

Box   2  
Fa-Fk

(2-9)

Box   2  
Fl-Fz

(2-10)

Box   2  
Forsythe, Warren

(2-11)

Box   2  
Ga-Go

(2-12)

Box   2  
Gore, Victor

(2-13)

Box   2  
Gra-Gz

(2-14)

Box   2  
Haa-Haz

(2-15)

Box   2  
Hall, Arthur

(2-16)

Box   2  
Hanchett, Benjamin

(2-17)

Box   2  
Hea-Hez

(2-18)

Box   2  
Henderson, W. D.

(2-19)

Box   2  
Hi-Hn

(2-20)

Box   2  
Homeopathic Medical School, Dean Hinsdale

(2-21)

Box   2  
Homeopathic Medical School

(2-22)

Box   2  
Hoa-Ht

(2-23)

Box   2  
Honorary Degree

(2-24)

Box   2  
Hubbard, Lucius

(2-25)

Box   2  
Hua-Hz

(2-26)

Box   2  
Hughes, R. M.

(2-27)

Box   2  
Hutchins, Harry Burns

(2-28)

Box   2  
I

(2-29)

Box   2  
International Committee of YMCA

(2-30)

Box   2  
Iowa University

(2-31)

Box   2  
J

(2-32)

Box   2  
Johnston, Clarence

(2-33)

Box   2  
Johnston, Thomas E.

(2-34)

Box   2  
Jordan, Myra

(2-35)

Box   3  
K

(3-1)

Box   3  
Kelsey, Francis Willey

(3-2)

Box   3  
Kraus, Edward

(3-3)

Box   3  
L

(3-4)

Box   3  
Legislative Requests

(3-5)

Box   3  
Lorch, Emil

(3-6)

Box   3  
Lloyd, Alfred

(3-7)

Box   3  
Leland, Frank

(3-8)

Box   3  
Maa-Maz

(3-9)

Box   3  
Markley, Joseph

(3-10)

Box   3  
Mc

(3-11)

Box   3  
Menefee, Ferdinand

(3-12)

Box   3  
Mea-Mz

(3-13)

Box   3  
Medical School, Dean of

(3-14)

Box   3  
Medical School, Dean of

(3-15)

Box   3  
Michigan Historical Commission

(3-16)

Box   3  
Michigan Agricultural College

(3-17)

Box   3  
Michigan Community Council Commission

(3-18)

Box   3  
Michigan Manufacturers Association

(3-19)

Box   3  
Michigan State Budget Commission

(3-20)

Box   3  
Michigan State Normal School

(3-21)

Box   3  
Michigan Union

(3-22)

Box   3  
Minnesota, University of

(3-23)

Box   3  
Minnesota, University of

(3-24)

Box   3  
Military Training Camp Association

(3-25)

Box   3  
Murfin, James Orin

(3-26)

Box   3  
Na-Ne

(3-27)

Box   3  
National Research Council

(3-28)

Box   3  
Near East Relief

(3-29)

Box   3  
No-Oz

(3-30)

Box   3  
Osborn, Chase Salmon

(3-31)

Box   3  
Pa-Pe

(3-32)

Box   3  
Pardon, E. C.

(3-33)

Box   3  
Parnell, C. G.

(3-34)

Box   3  
Pf-Q

(3-35)

Box   4  
Pomeroy, Mrs. E. D.

(4-1)

Box   4  
Princeton University and Committee on Publications

(4-2)

Box   4  
Ra-Ri

(4-3)

Box   4  
Regents

(4-4)

Box   4  
Ro-Rz

(4-5)

Box   4  
Sa-Sc

(4-6)

Box   4  
Sawyer, Walter H.

(4-7)

Box   4  
Sch-Sh

(4-8)

Box   4  
Shaw, Wilfred Byron

(4-9)

Box   4  
Shepard, John

(4-10)

Box   4  
Si-Sl

(4-11)

Box   4  
Sink, Charles Albert

(4-12)

Box   4  
Smith (various)

(4-13)

Box   4  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(4-14)

Box   4  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(4-15)

Box   4  
Social Workers

(4-16)

Box   4  
Springer, D. W.

(4-17)

Box   4  
Stanley, Albert A.

(4-18)

Box   4  
Strauss, Louis A.

(4-19)

Box   4  
Sn-St

(4-20)

Box   4  
Su-Sz

(4-21)

Box   4  
Sundwall, John

(4-22)

Box   4  
Ta-Tz

(4-23)

Box   4  
Treasurer's Reports

(4-24)

Box   4  
U

(4-25)

Box   4  
University Senate

(4-26)

Box   4  
United States

(4-27)

Box   4  
Va-Vz

(4-28)

Box   4  
Van Tyne, Claude Halstead

(4-29)

Box   4  
Vaughan, Victor Clarence

(4-30)

Box   4  
Wa-We

(4-31)

Box   4  
Ward, Marcus L.

(4-32)

Box   4  
Wh

(4-33)

Box   4  
White, R. E.

(4-34)

Box   4  
Whitney, A. S.

(4-35)

Box   4  
Wia-Z

(4-36)

 
1921-1922 [subseries]
Box   5  
Aa-Ai

(5-1)

Box   5  
Aj-An

(5-2)

Box   5  
American Council on Education

(5-3)

Box   5  
Alumni Council

(5-4)

Box   5  
American University Union in Europe

(5-5)

Box   5  
Ao-Az

(5-6)

Box   5  
Athletic Association

(5-7)

Box   5  
Arthur, Robert

(5-8)

Box   5  
Associated Press

(5-9)

Box   5  
Baa-Baz

(5-10)

Box   5  
Bates, Henry Moore

(5-11)

Box   5  
Bartlett, Barbara H.

(5-12)

Box   5  
Beal, Junius Emery

(5-13)

Box   5  
Bea-Bez

(5-14)

Box   5  
Bi

(5-15)

Box   5  
Bishop, William Warner

(5-16)

Box   5  
Bl-Bo

(5-17)

Box   5  
Bra-Brz

(5-18)

Box   5  
Bua-Buz

(5-19)

Box   5  
Bureau of Education

(5-20)

Box   5  
Bursley, Joseph

(5-21)

Box   5  
Burton, Marion LeRoy

(5-22)

Box   5  
Caa-Caz

(5-23)

Box   5  
Cabot, Hugh

(5-24)

Box   5  
Campbell, E. D.

(5-25)

Box   5  
Carnegie Foundation

(5-26)

Box   5  
Chapin, Roy Dikeman

(5-27)

Box   5  
Ce-Cl

(5-28)

Box   5  
Clements, William

(5-29)

Box   5  
Coa-Con

(5-30)

Box   5  
Committee of 5: Building Program

(5-31)

Box   5  
Congregational Church

(5-32)

Box   5  
Cooley, Mortimer

(5-33)

Box   5  
Cp-Cz

(5-34)

Box   5  
Da

(5-35)

Box   5  
Day, Edmund E.

(5-36)

Box   5  
De

(5-37)

Box   5  
Dental Education Council of America

(5-38)

Box   6  
Di-Dz

(6-1)

Box   6  
Ea-Eh

(6-2)

Box   6  
Effinger, John R.

(6-3)

Box   6  
Ei-Ez

(6-4)

Box   6  
Evans, Thomas S.

(6-5)

Box   6  
Fa-Fl

(6-6)

Box   6  
Hanchett, Benjamin

(6-7)

Box   6  
Fo-Fz

(6-8)

Box   6  
Ga-Gl

(6-9)

Box   6  
Frost, Robert

(6-10)

Box   6  
Goa-Goz

(6-11)

Box   6  
Gore, Victor M.

(6-12)

Box   6  
Gra-Gry

(6-13)

Box   6  
Groesbeck, Alexander J.

(6-14)

Box   6  
Gu-Ham

(6-15)

Box   6  
Hall, Arthur G.

(6-16)

Box   6  
Han-Haz

(6-17)

Box   6  
Hanchett, Benjamin

(6-7)

Box   6  
Henderson, W. D.

(6-18)

Box   6  
Hea-Hez

(6-19)

Box   6  
Hi

(6-20)

Box   6  
Hinsdale, Wilbert Bartlett

(6-21)

Box   6  
Homeopathic Medical School

(6-22)

Box   6  
Hoa-Hoo

(6-23)

Box   6  
Hop-Hum

(6-24)

Box   6  
Hopkins, Louis A.

(6-25)

Box   6  
Hubbard, Lucius L.

(6-26)

Box   6  
Hun-Hz

(6-27)

Box   6  
I

(6-28)

Box   6  
International Committee

(6-29)

Box   6  
Institute of International Education

(6-30)

Box   6  
Ja-Jz

(6-31)

Box   6  
Johnson, T. E.

(6-32)

Box   6  
Jordan, Myra B.

(6-33)

Box   6  
Ka-Kez

(6-34)

Box   6  
Kahn, Albert

(6-35)

Box   6  
Kelsey, Francis Willey

(6-36)

Box   7  
Kraus, E. H.

(7-1)

Box   7  
Ki

(7-2)

Box   7  
Kj-Kz

(7-3)

Box   7  
Laa-Le

(7-4)

Box   7  
Leland, Frank

(7-5)

Box   7  
Li-Lo

(7-6)

Box   7  
Lloyd, Alfred

(7-7)

Box   7  
Lorch, Emil

(7-8)

Box   7  
Lu-Maz

(7-9)

Box   7  
McA-McI

(7-10)

Box   7  
Mea-Mi

(7-11)

Box   7  
Michigan Daily

(7-12)

Box   7  
Michigan State Administrative Board

(7-13)

Box   7  
Michigan Union

(7-14)

Box   7  
Minnesota, University of

(7-15)

Box   7  
Moa-My

(7-16)

Box   7  
Murfin, James Orin

(7-17)

Box   7  
Na-Ne

(7-18)

Box   7  
Near East Relief

(7-19)

Box   7  
Ni-Nz

(7-20)

Box   7  
Oa-Oz

(7-21)

Box   7  
Osborn, Chase Salmon

(7-22)

Box   7  
Pa-Pe

(7-23)

Box   7  
Pardon, E. C.

(7-24)

Box   7  
Parnell, C. G.

(7-25)

Box   7  
Parker, John C.

(7-26)

Box   7  
Pf-Pi

(7-27)

Box   7  
Pharmacy, College of

(7-28)

Box   7  
Pl-Po

(7-29)

Box   7  
Pomeroy, Mrs. Edward D.

(7-30)

Box   7  
Pr-Q

(7-31)

Box   8  
Quarterly, University of Michigan

(8-1)

Box   8  
Ra-Ri

(8-2)

Box   8  
Radio Letters

(8-3)

Box   8  
Regents

(8-4)

Box   8  
Riggs, H. E.

(8-5)

Box   8  
Ro-Rz

(8-6)

Box   8  
Sa-Sch

(8-7)

Box   8  
Sci-Se

(8-8)

Box   8  
Sawyer, W. H.

(8-9)

Box   8  
Sh-Sl

(8-10)

Box   8  
Shaw, Wilfred Byron

(8-11)

Box   8  
Shepard, John L.

(8-12)

Box   8  
Sink Charles Albert

(8-13)

Box   8  
Sm-So

(8-14)

Box   8  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(8-15)

Box   8  
Sp-Sq

(8-16)

Box   8  
Springer, D. W.

(8-17)

Box   8  
St

(8-18)

Box   8  
Su-Sz

(8-19)

Box   8  
Sundwall, John W.

(8-20)

Box   8  
Ta-Th

(8-21)

Box   8  
Tk-Tz

(8-22)

Box   8  
Treasurer

(8-23)

Box   8  
U

(8-24)

Box   8  
United States

(8-25)

Box   8  
University Hospital

(8-26)

Box   8  
Va

(8-27)

Box   8  
Ve-Vz

(8-28)

Box   8  
Vocational Education

(8-29)

Box   8  
Waa-Waz

(8-30)

Box   8  
U.S. War Department

(8-31)

Box   8  
Ward, M. L.

(8-32)

Box   9  
Wea-Wh

(9-1)

Box   9  
White, A. E.

(9-2)

Box   9  
White, A. H.

(9-3)

Box   9  
Whitney, A. S.

(9-4)

Box   9  
Wia-Woz

(9-5)

Box   9  
Wiley, Merlin

(9-6)

Box   9  
Wr-Z

(9-7)

Box   9  
Yost, Fielding Harris

(9-8)

 
1922-1923 [subseries]
Box   9  
Aa-An

(9-9)

Box   9  
American Council on Education

(9-10)

Box   9  
Ao-Az

(9-11)

Box   9  
Arthur, Robert

(9-12)

Box   9  
Associated Press

(9-13)

Box   9  
Baa-Bal

(9-14)

Box   9  
Bam-Baz

(9-15)

Box   9  
Burton, R. M.

(9-16)

Box   9  
Bates, Henry Moore

(9-17)

Box   9  
Bea-Bk

(9-18)

Box   9  
Beal, Junius Emery

(9-19)

Box   9  
Bishop, William Warner

(9-20)

Box   9  
Bl-Bq

(9-21)

Box   9  
Bra-Brt

(9-22)

Box   9  
Bru-Bz

(9-23)

Box   9  
Bureau of Education

(9-24)

Box   9  
Bursley, Joseph A.

(9-25)

Box   9  
Burton, Marion LeRoy

(9-26)

Box   9  
Caa-Cd

(9-27)

Box   9  
Cabot, Hugh

(9-28)

Box   9  
Carnegie Foundation

(9-29)

Box   9  
Ce-Ch

(9-30)

Box   10  
Ci-Cok

(10-1)

Box   10  
Clements, William

(10-2)

Box   10  
Col-Con

(10-3)

Box   10  
Committee of Five-Building Program

(10-4)

Box   10  
Coo-Coz

(10-5)

Box   10  
Cooley, Mortimer

(10-6)

Box   10  
Congregational Church

(10-7)

Box   10  
Cp-Cz

(10-8)

Box   10  
Da-Dd

(10-9)

Box   10  
De-Dh

(10-10)

Box   10  
Di-Dn

(10-11)

Box   10  
Doa-Doz

(10-12)

Box   10  
Dr-Dz

(10-13)

Box   10  
Ea-Eh

(10-14)

Box   10  
Effinger, John R.

(10-15)

Box   10  
Ei-Ez

(10-16)

Box   10  
Fa-Fn

(10-17)

Box   10  
Frost, Robert

(10-18)

Box   10  
Fo-Fz

(10-19)

Box   10  
Ga-Gh

(10-20)

Box   10  
Gi-Gq

(10-21)

Box   10  
Gore, Victor M.

(10-22)

Box   10  
Gra-Gz

(10-23)

Box   10  
Groesbeck, Alexander J.

(10-24)

Box   10  
Haa-Hd

(10-25)

Box   10  
Hall, Arthur G.

(10-26)

Box   10  
Hamilton, Jean

(10-27)

Box   10  
Hanchett, Benjamin

(10-28)

Box   10  
Hea-Hn

(10-29)

Box   10  
Henderson, W. D.

(10-30)

Box   10  
Hoa-Hok

(10-31)

Box   10  
Hol-Hoz

(10-32)

Box   11  
Hua-Hz

(11-1)

Box   11  
Hubbard, Lucius

(11-2)

Box   11  
Ia-Iz

(11-3)

Box   11  
International Committee of YMCA

(11-4)

Box   11  
Institute of International Education

(11-5)

Box   11  
Ja-Jn

(11-6)

Box   11  
Jo-Jz

(11-7)

Box   11  
Johnson, T. E.

(11-8)

Box   11  
Ka-Kh

(11-9)

Box   11  
Kahn, Albert

(11-10)

Box   11  
Kelsey, Francis Willey

(11-11)

Box   11  
Ki

(11-12)

Box   11  
Kj-Kz

(11-13)

Box   11  
Kraus, E. H.

(11-14)

Box   11  
Laa-Lh

(11-15)

Box   11  
Statistics, figures, taxes, etc.

(11-16)

Box   11  
Legislative publications of other universities

(11-17)

Box   11  
Leland, Frank

(11-18)

Box   11  
Li-Lt

(11-19)

Box   11  
Lu-Lz

(11-20)

Box   11  
Lloyd, Alfred

(11-21)

Box   11  
Maa-Maz

(11-22)

Box   11  
Manwaring, E. B.

(11-23)

Box   11  
McA-McZ

(11-24)

Box   11  
Mea-Mn

(11-25)

Box   11  
Michigan Union

(11-26)

Box   11  
Moa-Mz

(11-27)

Box   11  
Mooney, C. H.

(11-28)

Box   11  
Murfin, James Orin

(11-29)

Box   11  
Na-Nh

(11-30)

Box   11  
Ni-Nz

(11-31)

Box   11  
Oa-Oz

(11-32)

Box   11  
Osborn, Chase Salmon

(11-33)

Box   12  
Pa-Pd

(12-1)

Box   12  
Parnell, C. G.

(12-2)

Box   12  
Pe

(12-3)

Box   12  
Pf-Pq

(12-4)

Box   12  
Pardon, E. C.

(12-5)

Box   12  
Perry, Stuart H.

(12-6)

Box   12  
Pr-Q

(12-7)

Box   12  
Ra-Rg

(12-8)

Box   12  
Regents

(12-9)

Box   12  
Rh-Rt

(12-10)

Box   12  
Riggs, H. E.

(12-11)

Box   12  
Ru-Rz

(12-12)

Box   12  
Sa-Sch

(12-13)

Box   12  
Sawyer, Walter

(12-14)

Box   12  
Sci-Sh

(12-15)

Box   12  
Shaw, Wilfred Byron

(12-16)

Box   12  
Shepard, J. F.

(12-17)

Box   12  
Sink, Charles Albert

(12-18)

Box   12  
Si-Ss

(12-19)

Box   12  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(12-20)

Box   12  
St

(12-21)

Box   12  
Student Friendship Fund

(12-22)

Box   12  
Su-Sz

(12-23)

Box   12  
Sundwall, John

(12-24)

Box   12  
Ta-Tg

(12-25)

Box   12  
Th-Tq

(12-26)

Box   12  
Tu-Tz

(12-27)

Box   12  
Treasurer

(12-28)

Box   12  
U

(12-29)

Box   12  
United States

(12-30)

Box   12  
Va-Vz

(12-31)

Box   12  
Wa-Wd

(12-32)

Box   12  
War Department

(12-33)

Box   12  
Ward, M. L.

(12-34)

Box   12  
Warnshuis, F. C.

(12-35)

Box   12  
Wea-Wg

(12-36)

Box   12  
Wh

(12-37)

Box   12  
White, A. E.

(12-38)

Box   12  
Whitney, A. S.

(12-39)

Box   13  
Wia-Wn

(13-1)

Box   13  
Woa-Wz

(13-2)

Box   13  
X,Y,Z

(13-3)

Box   13  
York, Edward (of York and Sawyer Architects)

(13-4)

Box   13  
Yost, Fielding Harris

(13-5)

 
1923-1924 [subseries]
Box   13  
Aa-Ai

(13-6)

Box   13  
Aj-An

(13-7)

Box   13  
American Council on Education

(13-8)

Box   13  
American University Union in Europe

(13-9)

Box   13  
Annual Report

(13-10)

Box   13  
Ao-Az

(13-11)

Box   13  
Baa-Baz

(13-12)

Box   13  
Be-Bi

(13-13)

Box   13  
Bates, Henry Moore

(13-14)

Box   13  
Beal, Junius Emery

(13-15)

Box   13  
Bishop, William Warner

(13-16)

Box   13  
Bl-Bre

(13-17)

Box   13  
Bro-Brz

(13-18)

Box   13  
Bridges, Robert

(13-19)

Box   13  
Bu-Bz

(13-20)

Box   13  
Bursley, Joseph A.

(13-21)

Box   13  
Burton, Marion LeRoy

(13-22)

Box   13  
Burton, Marion LeRoy

(13-23)

Box   13  
Caa-Cd

(13-24)

Box   13  
Cabot, Hugh

(13-25)

Box   13  
Carnegie Foundation

(13-26)

Box   13  
Carpenter, William T.

(13-27)

Box   13  
Ce-Ch

(13-28)

Box   13  
Christensen, J. C.

(13-29)

Box   14  
Ci-Con

(14-1)

Box   14  
Clements, William

(14-2)

Box   14  
Clements Library

(14-3)

Box   14  
Coffman, H. C.-Student Christian Association

(14-4)

Box   14  
Committee of Five-Building Program

(14-5)

Box   14  
Congregational Church

(14-6)

Box   14  
Coo-Cz

(14-7)

Box   14  
Cook, W. W.

(14-8)

Box   14  
Cooley, Mortimer

(14-9)

Box   14  
Couzens, James

(14-10)

Box   14  
Creative Art Fellowship

(14-11)

Box   14  
Da-Dd

(14-12)

Box   14  
Day, E. E.

(14-13)

Box   14  
De-Dh

(14-14)

Box   14  
Di-Dz

(14-15)

Box   14  
Contribution Fund for Dutch Literature and history

(14-16)

Box   14  
Ea-Eh

(14-17)

Box   14  
Ei-Ez

(14-18)

Box   14  
Effinger, John

(14-19)

Box   14  
English Speaking Union

(14-20)

Box   14  
Fa-Fk

(14-21)

Box   14  
Fl-Fz

(14-22)

Box   14  
Ga-Gl

(14-23)

Box   14  
Goa-Gz

(14-24)

Box   14  
Gore, Victor M.

(14-25)

Box   14  
Greve, Robert G.

(14-26)

Box   14  
Groesbeck, Alexander J.

(14-27)

Box   14  
Haa-Haq

(14-28)

Box   14  
Hall, Arthur

(14-29)

Box   14  
Hamilton, Jean

(14-30)

Box   14  
Hanchett, Benjamin S.

(14-31)

Box   14  
Har-Hd

(14-32)

Box   14  
Hea-Hn

(14-33)

Box   14  
Hoa-Ht

(14-34)

Box   15  
Hua-Hz

(15-1)

Box   15  
Hubbard, Lucius L.

(15-2)

Box   15  
I

(15-3)

Box   15  
International Committee of UMCA

(15-4)

Box   15  
Institute of International Education

(15-5)

Box   15  
Ja-Jz

(15-6)

Box   15  
Ka-Kem

(15-7)

Box   15  
Kahn, Albert

(15-8)

Box   15  
Kelsey, Francis Willey

(15-9)

Box   15  
Ken-Kz

(15-10)

Box   15  
Kraus, E. H.

(15-11)

Box   15  
Laa-Laz

(15-12)

Box   15  
Le-Lk

(15-13)

Box   15  
Ll-Lz

(15-14)

Box   15  
Lloyd, Alfred

(15-15)

Box   15  
Maa-Mb

(15-16)

Box   15  
McA-Md

(15-17)

Box   15  
Mea-Mh

(15-18)

Box   15  
Mi-Mn

(15-19)

Box   15  
Michigan League

(15-20)

Box   15  
Moa-Mz

(15-21)

Box   15  
Mulford, Walter

(15-22)

Box   15  
Murfin, James Orin

(15-23)

Box   15  
Na-Nh

(15-24)

Box   15  
Near East Relief

(15-25)

Box   15  
Nelson, J. R.-Art Theatre

(15-26)

Box   15  
Ni-Nz

(15-27)

Box   15  
Oa-On

(15-28)

Box   15  
Or-Oz

(15-29)

Box   15  
Pa-Pd

(15-30)

Box   15  
Pardon, E. C.

(15-31)

Box   15  
Parnell, C. G.

(15-32)

Box   15  
Pe

(15-33)

Box   16  
Pf-Q

(16-1)

Box   16  
Pitkin, William, Jr.

(16-2)

Box   16  
Ra-Rn

(16-3)

Box   16  
Regents

(16-4)

Box   16  
Riggs, E. H.

(16-5)

Box   16  
Ro-Rz

(16-6)

Box   16  
ROTC

(16-7)

Box   16  
Rotary Club

(16-8)

Box   16  
Sa-Sg

(16-9)

Box   16  
Sawyer, Walter

(16-10)

Box   16  
Sh

(16-11)

Box   16  
Shepard, J. F.

(16-12)

Box   16  
Si-So

(16-13)

Box   16  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(16-14)

Box   16  
Sp-St

(16-15)

Box   16  
Strauss, F. W.

(16-16)

Box   16  
Stone, Ralph

(16-17)

Box   16  
Stone, Ralph

(16-18)

Box   16  
Su-Sz

(16-19)

Box   16  
Ta-Th

(16-20)

Box   16  
Ti-Tz

(16-21)

Box   16  
Todd, A. M.

(16-22)

Box   16  
Treasurer's Report

(16-23)

Box   16  
U

(16-24)

Box   16  
United States

(16-25)

Box   16  
University Hospital-Directorship

(16-26)

Box   16  
University Hospital-Directorship

(16-27)

Box   17  
Va-Vz

(17-1)

Box   17  
Wa-Wd

(17-2)

Box   17  
War Department

(17-3)

Box   17  
Ward, M. L.

(17-4)

Box   17  
Wea-Wh

(17-5)

Box   17  
White, A.E.

(17-6)

Box   17  
Whitney, A.S.

(17-7)

Box   17  
Wia-Wil

(17-8)

Box   17  
Wickersham Speech (Papers concerning)

(17-9)

Box   17  
Wim-Wz

(17-10)

Box   17  
X,Y,Z

(17-11)

Box   17  
York and Sawyer

(17-12)

Box   17  
Yost, Fielding Harris

(17-13)

 
1924-1925 [subseries]
Box   17  
Aa-Az

(17-14)

Box   17  
American Council on Education

(17-15)

Box   17  
Baa-Bh

(17-16)

Box   17  
Baker, Oscar W.

(17-17)

Box   17  
Bates, Henry Moore

(17-18)

Box   17  
Beal, Junius Emery

(17-19)

Box   17  
Bi-Bq

(17-20)

Box   17  
Bishop, William Warner

(17-21)

Box   17  
Bra-Bz

(17-22)

Box   17  
Bureau of Education

(17-23)

Box   17  
Bursley, Joseph A.

(17-24)

Box   17  
Burton, Marion LeRoy

(17-25)

Box   17  
Caa-Ch

(17-26)

Box   17  
Cabot, Hugh

(17-27)

Box   17  
Carnegie Foundation

(17-28)

Box   17  
Carpenter, William T.

(17-29)

Box   17  
Christensen, J.C.

(17-30)

Box   17  
Ci-Con

(17-31)

Box   17  
Clements, William

(17-32)

Box   17  
Clements Library

(17-33)

Box   17  
Coffman, H.C.-Student Christian Association

(17-34)

Box   17  
Committee of Five-Building Program

(17-35)

Box   18  
Cook, W.W.

(18-1)

Box   18  
Coo-Cz

(18-2)

Box   18  
Cooley, Mortimer

(18-3)

Box   18  
Congregational Foundation for Education

(18-4)

Box   18  
Creative Arts

(18-5)

Box   18  
Da-Dh

(18-6)

Box   18  
Day, E.E.

(18-7)

Box   18  
Di-Dz

(18-8)

Box   18  
Ea-Eh

(18-9)

Box   18  
Effinger, John R.

(18-10)

Box   18  
Ei-Ez

(18-11)

Box   18  
Fa-Fq

(18-12)

Box   18  
Fr-Fz

(18-13)

Box   18  
Ga-Gl

(18-14)

Box   18  
Goa-Gq

(18-15)

Box   18  
Gore, Victor M.

(18-16)

Box   18  
Gra-Gz

(18-17)

Box   18  
Groesbeck, Alexander J.

(18-18)

Box   18  
Haa-Ham

(18-19)

Box   18  
Hall, Arthur

(18-20)

Box   18  
Hamilton, Joan

(18-21)

Box   18  
Han-Hh

(18-22)

Box   18  
Hanchett, Benjamin

(18-23)

Box   18  
Haynes, H.A.

(18-24)

Box   18  
Hi-Hoo

(18-25)

Box   18  
Hop-Hz

(18-26)

Box   18  
Hubbard, Lucius

(18-27)

Box   18  
I

(18-28)

Box   18  
Institute for International Education

(18-29)

Box   18  
International Committee of YMCA

(18-30)

Box   18  
Ja-Jz

(18-31)

Box   18  
Johnson, T.E.

(18-32)

Box   18  
Ka-Ki

(18-33)

Box   18  
Kahn, Albert

(18-34)

Box   18  
Kelsey, Francis Willey

(18-35)

Box   18  
Kj-Kz

(18-36)

Box   18  
Kraus, E.H.

(18-37)

Box   18  
Laa-Lh

(18-38)

Box   18  
Li-Lz

(18-39)

Box   18  
Lloyd, Walter

(18-40)

Box   18  
Maa-Mb

(18-41)

Box   18  
McA-Mh

(18-42)

Box   18  
Mi-Mn

(18-43)

Box   18  
Moa-Mz

(18-44)

Box   18  
Murfin, James Orin

(18-45)

Box   18  
Na-Nh

(18-46)

Box   18  
Ni-Nz

(18-47)

Box   18  
Oa-Oz

(18-48)

Box   18  
Pa-Pe

(18-49)

Box   18  
Pf-Pk

(18-49a)

Box   18  
Pardon, E.C.

(18-50)

Box   18  
Pitkin, William

(18-51)

Box   18  
Pl-Q

(18-52)

Box   18  
Ra-Rz

(18-53)

Box   18  
Ramsay, William M.

(18-54)

Box   18  
Regents

(18-55)

Box   19  
Riggs, Frances

(19-2)

Box   19  
Riggs, Henry E.

(19-3)

Box   19  
Robbins, Frank

(19-4)

Box   19  
Sa-Sm

(19-5)

Box   19  
Sawyer, Walter

(19-6)

Box   19  
Shepard, J.F.

(19-7)

Box   19  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(19-8)

Box   19  
Smith, Shirley Wheeler

(19-9)

Box   19  
Sn-Sz

(19-10)

Box   19  
Stone, Ralph

(19-11)

Box   19  
Ta-Tz

(19-12)

Box   19  
Treasurer's Reports

(19-13)

Box   19  
U

(19-14)

Box   19  
United States

(19-15)

Box   19  
V

(19-16)

Box   19  
Waa-Waz

(19-17)

Box   19  
War Department

(19-18)

Box   19  
Ward, Marcus L.

(19-19)

Box   19  
Wea-Wh

(19-20)

Box   19  
White, A.E.

(19-21)

Box   19  
Whitney, A.S.

(19-22)

Box   19  
Wia-Woz

(19-23)

Box   19  
X,Y,Z

(19-24)

 
Miscellaneous President's Office Files 1920-1924 [series] (1 linear foot)

Miscellaneous President's Office Files (1 linear ft.) consists of topical files on University matters. Multiple files in this series concern the awarding of honorary degrees, the search for a dean of women in 1922, and general university administration.

Box   22  
Dean's meetings 1920-1921

(22-1)

 
Honorary degrees conferred in
Box   22  
1921, 1920-1921

(22-2)

Box   22  
1922, 1921-1922

(22-3)

Box   22  
1923, 1922-1923

(22-4)

Box   22  
1924, 1917-1924

(22-5)

Box   22  
1925, 1922-1925

(22-6)

Box   22  
Search for a Dean of Women 1922 (2 folders)

(22-7; 22-8)

Box   22  
Helen Newberry Residence 1924

(22-9)

Box   22  
Graff Fellowship 1924

(22-11)

Box   22  
Meeting with the University physicians and surgeons at the Michigan Union 1921

(22-12)

Box   22  
Conference of college presidents 1922-1923

(22-13)

Box   22  
Commission of Inquiry on the University Hospital 1922

(22-14)

Box   22  
Proposed building for the School of Music 1920-1921

(22-15)

Box   22  
Newspaper clippings concerning western states speaking trip 1921-1922

(22-17)

Box   22  
Outlines of the President's Reports 1921-1922, 1922-1923

(22-20)

Box   22  
Outlines for president's report 1923-1924

(22-20a)

Box   22  
Phillips Scholarships 1920-1921

(22-21)

Box   22  
Francis E. Riggs Foundation 1923-1924

(22-22)

Box   22  
Resolutions, letters of appreciation, etc. 1922-1923

(22-23)

Box   22  
Senate Council 1921-1925

(22-24)

Box   22  
Calvin Coolidge and the Republican National Convention (pamphlets) 1924

(22-25)

Box   22  
Training of social workers in Michigan 1921

(22-26)

Box   22  
Trip of W.J. Hussey to South Africa 1924

(22-27)

Box   22  
Notes on faculty meetings 1920-1922
Box   22  
University of Michigan miscellanea
 
Personal Materials [series]

Personal Materials (0.5 linear ft.) consists of letters of congratulations, memorial materials following Burton's death, and letters received following Burton's nominating speech for Calvin Coolidge in 1924.

Box   19  
Letters of congratulations upon Burton's appointment as President of the University of Michigan 1920 (3 folders)

(19-25; 19-26; 19-27)

Box   19  
Letters concerning Burton's speech nominating Calvin Coolidge for the Presidency June-July 1924 (2 folders)

(19-28; 19-29)

Box   19  
Letters of condolence on the death of Burton 1925 (2 folders)

(19-31; 19-32)

Box   19  
Calvin Coolidge's memorial to Burton 1925

(19-33)

Box   19  
Letters from Arthur Vandenberg to Mrs. Burton 1928

(19-34)

Box   19  
Doctoral thesis from Yale University, entitled, "The Philosophical Basis of Augustine's Doctrine of Sin" 1907
Box   19  
Guestbook used at inauguration of Burton as President of Smith College 1910
Box   19  
Biographical material (2 folders)
Box   19  
Personal miscellanea (2 folders)
Oversize Folder   1  
Academic and other certificates

(located at Ac)

 
Speeches and Articles [series]

The Speeches and Articles series includes manuscripts and drafts from throughout Burton's professional life, but primarily from 1909 to 1925 when he was a college president.

Box   20  
1901, 1906

(20-1)

Box   20  
1909

(20-2)

Box   20  
1910

(20-3)

Box   20  
1911

(20-4)

Box   20  
1912

(20-5)

Box   20  
1913

(20-6)

Box   20  
1914

(20-7)

Box   20  
1915

(20-8)

Box   20  
1916

(20-9)

Box   20  
1917

(20-10)

Box   20  
1918

(20-11)

Box   20  
1919

(20-12)

Box   20  
1920

(20-13)

Box   20  
1921

(20-14)

Box   20  
1922

(20-15)

Box   20  
1923

(20-16)

Box   20  
1923

(20-17)

Box   20  
1924

(20-18)

Box   20  
Speech nominating Calvin Coolidge for the Presidency June 1924

(20-18a)

Box   20  
Undated 1920-1925

(20-19)

Box   20  
Undated

(20-20)

 
Scrapbooks/Newspaper clippings [series]

The Scrapbooks/Newspaper clippings series dates from 1895 to 1925. Although mainly consisting of newspaper articles, the scrapbooks also contain programs, memorabilia, and personal photographs.

Box   21  
1895-1907

(Early life, Carleton College)

Box   21  
1903-1907

(Yale University)

(includes programs and other memorabilia)

Box   21  
1908-1909

(Yale University, Smith College)

Box   21  
1917-1920

(University of Minnesota)

(compiled by Josephine M. Fredericks)

Box   21  
1920-1921

(University of Michigan affairs)

Box   21  
1922-1923

(University of Michigan affairs)

Box   21  
1924

(Burton's speech nominating Calvin Coolidge for the Presidency)

Box   21  
Newspaper clippings
 
University of Minnesota Topical Files [series]

The University of Minnesota Topical Files series is a miscellanea of subject and organizational files from the period when Burton was president of the University of Minnesota. The files are not specific to university affairs, but rather deal with Burton's and the university's involvement in different organizations. The files also reflect Burton's religious background and his work with church-based organizations.

Box   23  
International Committee of the YMCA 1918-1920
Box   23  
Military training camp 1919-1920
Box   23  
Commission on Education of the International Congregational Council 1917-1920

(22-18)

Box   23  
Congregational Education Society 1918
 
Photographs [series]

(see also outsize folder Ac)

The Photographs series includes both portraits and family photos. There are also photos of the wedding of his daughter in the William L. Clements Library, views of the President's House, and photos of Burton's funeral procession along South University Ave.

Box   23  
Family, early photos, and friends
Box   23  
Family, later photos
Box   23  
Foreign students' party
Box   23  
Portraits
Box   23  
Funeral of Marion Le Roy Burton

(includes South University Avenue scene)

Box   23  
Wedding of daughter Theodosia in Clements Library; views of President's House
Box   23  
Commencement and miscellaneous
Additional Descriptive Data

Selective Subject Index to Correspondence

The subject index is arranged in four broad categories: Administration, Building Program, Academic Units, and Miscellaneous. Entries under a subject include name of correspondent, box and folder number, and date. When no date is given, the entire folder is relevant except for a few cases where there may be only an occasional useful item. Most of the correspondents included in the index are university regents or top level administrators.

  1. I. Administration
    • Assistant to president added to staff:
      • Hutchins (2-28);
      • S.W.Smith (4-14, passim; 4-15, passim)
    • By-laws re-written:
      • Hubbard (2-25; 6-26)
    • Dean of Students position established:
      • Status and jurisdiction:
        • Bursley (5-21, 10/21/21)
      • Student Employment Bureau:
        • Evans (2-8)
      • Student Loan Fund:
        • Effinger (6-3, Sept.'21)
    • Departmental governance:
      • E.E. Day (5-36)
      • M.E. Cooley (5-33, 1/9/22 and 3/21/22)
    • Departmental additions and changes in status:
      • Addition of social work curriculum:
        • Effinger (2-4, passim)
        • Murfin (3-26, 10/8/20)
        • Social workers (4-16)
      • Engineering Research Laboratory:
        • Hanchett (2-17, 4/29/20, 5/10/20)
      • Library Science, Plans to establish department:
        • Bishop (9-20, 12/30/22)
      • Music School, Plans to incorporate in U-M:
        • Gore (10-22)
      • Physical education:
        • Murfin (3-26, reports)
        • Pomeroy (4-1, on women's needs)
    • Faculty salary policy:
      • Day (18-7, 8/29/24, 10/16/24, re: his appointment to salary policy committee)
      • Effinger (18-10, 8/29/24, his salary policy recommendations)
      • Hubbard (18-27, 8/28/24, MLB letter to regents on salary policy changes needed in '24-'25)
    • Regental committee structure re-organized:
      • Murfin (15-23, 3/8 and 3/10/24)
    • Student discipline:
      • General:
        • M.E.Cooley (5-33, 3/25/22; 10-6, 7/3/22)
        • Hubbard (6-26, 6/1/22)
        • Ward (8-32, 1/20/22)
        • Beal (9-19, 5/29/23; 13-15, 10/2/23)
      • Autos on campus:
        • Murfin (11-29, 11/9/22, 11/20/22, 5/31, 6/11 and 6/12/22; 15-23, 7/31, 8/8, 8/29, and 10/22/23)
        • Bursley (13-21, 8/2/23)
        • S.W.Smith (16-14, 10/4/23)
      • Decision-making and handling of:
        • Lloyd (15-15, passim)
        • Regents (16-4, 5/25/23)
      • Drinking at football games:
        • Murfin (15-23, 10/23/23)
      • Expulsion and re-instatement of four Engineering students:
        • Bursley (13-21, 12/7 and 12/17/23)
        • M.E.Cooley (14-9, 12/24 and 12/29/23)
        • Effinger (14-19, 10/19 and 12/7/23)
      • Honor system for exams:
        • M.E.Cooley (14-9, 3/7/24)
        • Effinger (14-19, 9/12/24)
  2. II. Building Program
    • Acquisition of land:
      • Murfin (11-29, July '22)
      • S. W. Smith (12-20, 5/3/23)
      • Christensen (13-29, 1/28/24)
    • Building plans:
      • Committee of Five (5-31; 14-5; 17-35, minutes)
      • Clements (1-27; 5-29; 10-2, passim)
      • Kahn (3-1; 6-35; 11-10; 15-8; 18-34)
      • Lorch (3-6)
      • Shepard (4-10; 8-12; 12-17, 1/5/23; 16-12)
      • S. W. Smith (4-14, passim)
      • M.E. Cooley (10-6, 7/1/22)
      • Nelson (15-26, 5/28/24, plans for a university theater)
      • Pitkin (16-2, landscaping)
    • Clements Library:
      • Beal (9-19, 11/6/22 ff.)
      • Bishop (9-20, 9/29/22)
      • Clements (14-2)
      • Clements Library (17-33, financial reports and operation of library)
    • Contracting and costs:
      • Legislative requests (3-5)
      • Michigan State Budget Commission (3-20)
      • S. W. Smith (8-15, 7/15 and 7/29/21, 12/2/21, 2/8/22; 12-20, 3/2/23)
      • Gore (6-12, passim)
      • Sawyer (12-14, 2/6/23)
    • Dormitories:
      • Parnall (12-2, plans for nurses home)
      • Mooney (11-28, re: building dormitories privately) Murfin (11-29, 10/9,14,18,24,25/22, 11/1/22 and 3/15,19,20/23, 4/19/23) (See also Law School buildings).
    • Early efforts:
      • Associated Press clippings (1-8)
    • Engineering building:
      • M.E.Cooley (5-33, passim; 10-6, 10/11/22, 12/29/22)
    • Funding and gifts:
      • Clements (1-27; 5-29; 10-2, passim, re: Engineering, Hospital, and Museum buildings funding)
      • Groesbeck (10-24, 10/14/22, Law School funding; 10/1/22, Literary building funding; 10/17, 19/19, and 11/23/22, payment procedures; 4/25/23, Minutes of State Administrative Board; 6/9/23, Nurses Home funding)
      • Couzens (14-10 passim, re: donation for Nurses Home)
      • Murfin (11-29, 11/7/22, funds for re-modeling gyms)
      • (See also William Cook correspondence in folders labelled Coo-Cz)
    • Hospital Building:
      • Parnall (3-34 passim)
      • S.W.Smith (4-15, passim, on costs)
      • Vaughan (4-30, 10/9/20)
      • Cabot (9-28, 5/4 and 5/17/23)
    • Labor problems:
      • Shepard (12-17, 2/28/23)
    • Law School Buildings:
      • Bates (1-11, passim; 5-11, 4/4/22; 9-17, passim; 13-14, 11/23 and 12/23/22, 5/8, 5/13 and 6/23/24; 17-18, 7/24, 8/1, 9/2, 9/13, 10/14, 11/1, 11/17 and 11/19/24)
      • Clements (10-2, 8/11/22, acquisition of land)
      • Hubbard (11-2, 11/6/22, 4/9/23, terms of Cook's gift)
      • Kahn (11-10)
      • York (13-4; 17-12)
      • Cook (14-8; 18-1; also Cook correspondence in folders labelled Coo-Cz.)
    • Michigan League (Not built until 1927):
      • Alumnae Council (5-4, passim)
      • Pomeroy (4-1; 7-30)
      • Michigan League (15-20, on fund drive and plans)
    • Organization:
      • Christensen (13-29, 12/1, and 12/12/23, organization chart and duties of Building Committee, 12/29/23)
    • Planning:
      • Clements (1-27; 5-29; 10-2, passim)
      • M.E.Cooley (10-6, 7/1/22, use of U-M architects in planning)
    • Progress and Problems:
      • Pardon (12-5, 8/23/22, 1/22/23; 15-31, passim)
      • Christensen (13-29, 12/29/23, bulletins of progress)
      • Groesbeck (10-24, 4/11/23; 14-27, 12/6/23, progress reports to governor)
    • State relations:
      • Groesbeck (6-14, 1/24/22, 3/10/22, 7/13/21, comprehensive reports to legislature; 7/13/21, 6/12/22; 10-24, 11/8/22, 3/3/23)
  3. III. Academic units: Changes and additions
    • Homeopathic School and Hospital
      • General:
        • Gore (2-13; 10-22, 8/21/22, 19-22)
        • Hinsdale (2-21)
        • Springer (4-17)
        • Cabot (5-24,passim)
        • Hanchett (6-7, 12/21)
        • Murfin (7-17, 11/4/21, 12/2/21, 12/10/21, 1/9/22)
        • Beal (13-15, 1/19/24)
        • Groesbeck (6-14, 1/24/22, MLB memo of interview with governor)
        • Sawyer (8-9, 12/15/21)
      • Legislative resolution:
        • S.W. Smith (8-15, memo containing text of resolution to consolidate)
      • Letters in opposition to any change:
        • Correspondence, (Baa-Baz 1-9, passim; Coa-Coz 1-28, Copeland letters; Da-Dn, 2-1,passim)
      • Letters in support of plan: Homeopathic Medical School (2-22)
      • Possibility of re-establishing Homeopathic School:
        • Hubbard (11-2, 3/29/23, 4/25/23);
        • Gore (14-25, 3/22 and 3/23/23)
      • Reports and proposals:
        • Hinsdale (6-21) and Homeopathic Medical School (6-22) include reports and resolution on consolidation.
        • Springer (8-17, 5/8/22)
      • Results:
      • Parnall (7-25, 4/20/22; 12-2, 4/3/23; 15-32, 10/24/23, 11/10/23, 12/17/23, 12/29/23)
        • Springer (8-17, 1/21/22)
      • Statistics:
        • Murfin (11-29, 4/17/23; 15-23, summary of costs in past 6 yrs.) Homeopathic Medical School (2-21, 9/20, editorial re: declining enrollment)
    • Relation of University Hospital to Medical School
      • General:
        • Murfin (3-26, 4/2/21; 15-23, 3/12/24)
        • Sawyer (8-9, 11/3/21; 12-14, 1/29/23, 5/22/23)
        • Gore: 10-22, 12/27/22; 14-25, 2/18/24)
        • Beal: (13-15, 11/10 and 11/28/23, 12/14/23, 1/9/24)
        • Regents: (16-4, 2/14/24)
      • Commission of Inquiry:
        • Murfin (11-29, passim);
        • Parnall (12-2, 10/20/22);
        • Sawyer (12-14, 12/27/22, 3/7 and 5/17/23)
      • Full-time professorships vs. Clinical practice salaries:
        • Cabot (1-21; 5-24; 13-25, 10/25/23)
        • Sawyer: (4-7, passim; 8-9, 5/2 and 5/5/22)
        • Parnall (15-32, 11/7/23)
      • University Hospital: (8-26, 2/28/21)
      • Faculty resolution favoring Hospital under Medical School:
        • Parnall (7-25, 11/20/21; MLB reply, 12/16/21)
      • Funding:
        • Groesbeck (10-24, 3/14/23)
        • Vaughan (4-30, passim)
        • New Hospital Director appointed:
        • University Hospital - Directorship (16-26; 16-27)
        • Sawyer (16-10, passim)
        • Haynes (18-24, 8/27/24, 9/1/24, MLB letter outlining problems)
      • Nursing School as separate school:
        • Parnall (7-25, 6/24/22; 12-2, 9/23/22)
        • Sawyer (12-14, 9/18, 9/23, and 10/21/22)
      • Policy of separate Hospital and Medical School re- affirmed:
        • Hubbard (15-2, 2/13/24)
        • Regents (18-55, 8/1/24)
      • Separate budgets for Medical School and Hospital:
        • Sawyer (8-9, 4/18/22, undated MLB memo giving Regents position)
      • Staff statement re: separation:
        • Vaughan (4-30, 1/17/21)
      • Treating indigent patients:
        • Sawyer (4-7, passim)
        • Cabot (9-28, passim)
        • Groesbeck (10-24, 3/6/23)
      • Resignation of Hospital superintendent:
        • Parnall (15-32, 1/26 and 2/12/24)
        • Stone (16-18, Jan/Feb '24)
    • Architecture, Need to separate from School of Engineering:
      • Hubbard (2-25, passim)
      • Lorch (3-6, 12/3/20)
    • Curriculum Changes:
      • Effinger (14-19, Mar.'24, on Greek Department needs; 4/2/24 "University system" of seminar teaching)
    • Dental School:
      • Ward (17-4, 5/7/24)
    • Dutch History Professorship
      • Contribution Fund for Dutch history (14-16, 4/29/24)
      • Effinger (14-19, 1/13, 1/21, and 1/31/24)
    • Education, School of
      • Establishment:
        • S.W.Smith (4-14, passim; 4-15, 6/1/21, Text of Regents' resolution)
      • Granting of teacher certificates:
        • Whitney (9-4, 4/6/22)
        • Effinger (6-3, 10/27/21, 1/27/22, Apr.'22)
      • Organization of School:
        • Whitney (4-35; 9-4)
      • University High School:
        • Whitney (12-39, 12/28/22, Proposed '23-'24 budget)
    • Extension Services, Expansion of:
      • Henderson (2-19, passim; 10-30, 2/27/23)
    • Engineering Research, Department of
      • General:
        • Engineering Research (2-7)
        • Hanchett (2-17, passim; 6-7, Apr.'22; 10-28, 6/11/23)
        • Hutchins (2-28, 5/10/20)
        • Iowa University (2-31, information on bills to permit federal funding)
        • Lloyd (3-7, 7/20/20)
        • Michigan Manufacturing Association (3-19, passim)
        • S.W. Smith (4-15, 7/30/20, Regents resolution setting up Planning Committee)
        • White (4-34, 7/7/20, aims of department and relation to manufacturers; 9-2; 12-38)
      • Expansion of department:
        • M.E. Cooley (5-33, 12/7/21)
      • Outside work:
        • Parker (7-26, 12/21/20, 2/15/21, 9/26/21, 5/15/22)
        • M.E. Cooley (5-33, 2/3/22, 5/25/22; 10-6, 11/11/22)
      • Patents:
        • M.E. Cooley (18-3, 8/21/24, 10/10/24)
      • Projects:
        • M.E. Cooley (5-33, 1/22 and 1/25/22, evaporator work for sugar companies)
        • Sawyer (8-9, 6/13/22, use of results of studies)
        • White (all folders include material on research projects and problems)
      • Reports:
        • White (9-2; 12-38, passim)
        • M.E. Cooley (14-9, 7/3 and 8/20/23)
        • Riggs (8-5; 12-11; 16-5; 19-2, all include annual reports on State Highway Laboratory work)
      • Salaries and appointments:
        • M.E. Cooley (14-9, 12/29/23, 1/13/24, Feb.'24)
    • Fellowship in Creative Art:
      • Establishment of Program:
        • Hughes(2-27)
        • Effinger (6-3, 4/6 and 4/19/22)
        • Lloyd (7-7, 4/6/22)
      • Frost, Robert (Holder of Fellowship, first two years):
        • Bursley (5-21, 7/9/21, living arrangements for Frost)
        • Frost (6-10; 10-18)
        • Regents (8-4, 7/20/21, Frost's acceptance letter)
      • Funding:
        • Osborn (7-22, July-Sept '21 re: his gift to start program; 6/12, 6/14, and 6/17/22; 11-33, 7/1 and 7/17/22, further fund-raising proposals)
        • Regents (12-9, 6/21 and 6/25/23; 18-55, 6/27/24, proposal for Rackham funding for '24-'25 program)
      • Other candidates:
        • M.E. Cooley (10-6, 7/7/22, proposes painter Gerrit Beneker)
        • Beal (13-15, 6/29/23 and 7/28/23, suggests major English writers)
        • Bridges, Robert (held Fellowship, April-June 1924) (13-19)
        • Creative Art Fellowship (14-11, candidates for '24-'25; 18-5, attempts to find appointee for that year)
        • Effinger (14-19, 7/17/23)
        • Burton (17-25 passim, efforts to get '24-'25 candidates, including suitable women)
        • Robbins 19-4, 8/14 and 8/25/24, candidates Percy Hammond and J.L. Williams)
    • Hygiene and Public Health, Department of
      • Sundvall (4-22, Sept.'21)
      • Hubbard (6-26, 10/6/21)
      • Murfin (7-17, 10/17 and 10/24/21)
    • Library Science, Department of
      • Bishop (9-20, 12/30/22)
    • Music School:
      • Effinger (2-4 passim)
      • Gore (10-22, passim)
    • Physical Education, Department of
      • Murfin (3/26, passim)
      • Rowe (4-5)
      • Athletic Association (5-7, passim)
      • Hubbard (6-26, 10/6/21)
      • Whitney (9-4, 11/22/21, Feb.'22)
    • Social Work, Establishment of curriculum in
      • Effinger (2-4, passim)
      • Social workers (4-16)
      • Murfin (3-26, 10/8/20)
    • University Health Service
      • Sundvall (8-20, 10/28 and 12/8/21; 12-24, passim)
      • Forsythe (2-11)
      • Hanchett (6-7, Dec.'21)
  4. IV. Miscellaneous
    • Retirement pay:
      • Carnegie Foundation (1-23, passim; 5-26, 5/12/22; 13-26, 11/15/23, 12/7 and 12/17/23 on eligibility rules, 1/17/24 on relation to TIAA plan)
      • Henderson (6-18, 3/18/22, 5/16/22, on ineligibility of administrative officers)
      • S.W. Smith (8-15, 11/3 and 11/10/21)
      • Ward (4-32, 12/21/20, on securing retirement pay for dental faculty)
      • M.E. Cooley (14-9, 12/4/23, eligibility of three Engineering professors)
    • Women's issues
      • Hamilton (10-27, 8/8/22 on standards for women's education, 3/12/23, Barbour Gym and Michigan League; 14-30, 6/20/24, problems posed by lack of university controlled dorms; 18-21, 9/27/24 on lack of women on faculty)
      • Beal (17-19, 10/21/24 on operation of Helen Newberry Residence)
      • Smith (19-9, 8/9, 8/14, and 8/15/24 on George Herbert Palmer gift for a professorship to be held by a woman)
      • Stone (19-11, 8/28/24 on Palmer proposal)
      • Pomeroy (4-1, passim, on physical education planning)
      • Cabot (13-25, 3/18, 4/2 and 5/24/24 re: Barbour Scholarship for Oriental Women)
      • Effinger (14-19, 3/20/24, reply to Cabot)
    • Student Christian Association
      • Coffman (14-4; 17-34, includes annual reports of general secretary of SCA)
      • Hopkins (6-25, on clearing debt of SCA)
    • International Committee (6-29, 1/14 and 2/28/22)
Selective Index to Correspondence
Adams, Henry Carter, 1851-1921.
  • 1921 [1-1]; 1922 [5-1]
American Association for International Cooperation.
  • 1922 [9-9]; 1923 [10-21]
American Birth Control League.
  • 1923 [9-9]
American Council on Education.
  • 1921 [1-3]; 1921-1922 [5-3]; 1922-1923 [9-10]; 1923-1924 [13-8]; 1924-1925 [17-15]
American Social Hygiene Association.
  • 1924-1925 [17-14]
Anti-Saloon League of America.
  • 1922 [12-37]
Babst, Earl D. 1870-1967.
  • 1921 [1-9]; 1922 [8-27]; 1923 [9-14]
Balfour, Arthur James,1848-1930.
  • 1922 [5-10]
Bates, Henry Moore, 1869-1949.
  • 1921 [1-11]; 1921-1922 [5-11]; 1922-1923 [9-17]; 1922 [12-15]; 1923-1924 [13-14]; 1924-1925 [17-18]
Beal, Junius E. (Junius Emery), 1860-1942.
  • 1921 [1-13]; 1921-1922 [5-13]; 1922-1923 [9-19]; 1923-1924 [13-15]; 1924-1925 [17-19]
Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925.
  • 1920 [1-16]; 1922 [5-18]; 1923 [9-23]
Chapin, Roy Dikeman, 1880-1936.
  • 1920-1921 [1-25]; 1921-1922 [5-27]
Clancy, Robert Henry, 1882-
  • 1923 [10-1]; 1924 [14-1]; 1924 [17-31]
Clements, William Lawrence, 1861-1934.
  • 1921 [1-27]; 1922 [5-28]; 1922 [5-29]; 1922-1923 [10-2]; 1923-1924 [14-2]; 1924-1925 [17-32]
Cooley, Mortimer Elwyn, 1855-1944.
  • 1921 [1-30]; 1922 [5-33]; 1922-1923 [10-6]; 1923-1924 [14-9]; 1924-1925 [18-3]
Coolidge, Calvin, Pres. U.S., 1872-1933.
  • 1921 [5-30]; 1924 [14-7]
Couzens, James Joseph, 1872-1936.
  • 1921 [4-16]; 1922 [5-30]; 1923 [10-5]; 1923-1924 [14-10]; 1924-1925 [18-2]
Denby, Edwin, 1870-1929.
  • 1921 [2-1]; 1921 [5-37]; 1923 [10-10]; 1924 [14-14]
Douglas, Lloyd Cassel, 1877-1951.
  • 1920 [2-2]
DuBois, William Edward Burghardt, 1868-1963.
  • 1923 [10-13]
Effinger, John Robert, 1869-1933.
  • 1921 [1-17]; 1921 [1-20]; 1921 [2-4]; 1922 [6-3]; 1922-1923 [10-15]; 1922 [12-4]; 1923-1924 [14-19]; 1924-1925 [18-10]; 1923-1924 [17-5]
Ferris, Woodbridge Nathan, 1853-1928.
  • 1924 [14-21]; 1925 [18-12]
Fletcher, Frank Ward, 1853-1922.
  • 1921 [2-10]
Ford, Edsel Bryant, 1893-1943.
  • 1924 [14-22]
Ford, Henry, 1863-1947.
  • 1924 [14-22]; 1924 [18-12]
Frost, Robert Lee, 1874-1963.
  • 1921-1922 [6-10]; 1922-1923 [10-18]; 1923-1924 [14-22]; 1924-1925 [18-13]
Gompers, Samuel, 1850-1924.
  • 1921-1922 [6-11]
Groesbeck, Alexander J., 1873-1953.
  • 1921 [4-31]; 1921 [6-14]; 1922-1923 [10-24]; 1923 [12-4]; 1923-1924 [14-27]; 1924-1925 [18-18]
Harding, Warren Gamaliel, Pres. U.S., 1865-1923.
  • 1922 [6-17]
Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945.
  • 1922 [10-25]
Hinsdale, Wilbert Bartlett, 1851-1944.
  • 1921 [2-21]; 1921-1922 [6-21]; 1920-1921 [6-22]
Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874-1964.
  • 1921 [6-23]; 1923 [10-32]
Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948.
  • 1921 [2-26]; 1921 [6-24; 1923 [11-1]; 1924 [15-1]
Hutchins, Harry Burns, 1847-1930.
  • 1921 [2-28]
International Anti-Narcotic League.
  • 1923 [11-3]
International Narcotic Education Association.
  • 1924 [15-3]
Lloyd, Alfred Henry, 1864-1927.
  • 1921 [3-7]; 1921-1922 [7-7]; 1922-1923 [11-21]; 1923-1924 [15-15]; 1924-1925 [18-40]
Lorch, Emil, 1870-1963.
  • 1921 [3-6]; 1921-1922 [7-8]; 1923 [11-19]; 1923 [15-14]
Michener, Earl Cory, 1876-1957.
  • 1924 [15-19]; 1925 [18-43]
Murfin, James Orin, 1875-1940.
  • 1921 [3-26]; 1921 [4-5]; 1921-1922 [7-17]; 1922-1923 [11-29]; 1923-1924 [15-23]; 1924-1925 [18-45]
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
  • 1922 [7-18]
National Council of Prevention of War.
  • 1922 [11-30]; 1923 [15-24]; 1925 [18-47]
National Movement for Law Enforcement.
  • 1924 [16-13]
Newberry, Truman Handy, 1864-1945.
  • 1922 [11-30]
Non-Partisan Association for the League of Nations.
  • 1922 [9-9]
Osborn, Chase Salmon, 1860-1949.
  • 1920-1921 [3-31]; 1921-1922 [7-22]; 1922-1923 [11-33]; 1923-1924 [15-29]; 1924-1925 [18-48]
Perry, Stuart Hoffman, 1874-1957.
  • 1922-1923 [12-6]
Rackham, Horace H., 1858-1933.
  • 1923 [16-3]
Ruthven, Alexander Grant, 1882-
  • 1921 [4-5]; 1922 [8-6]; 1922-1923 [12-12]; 1923-1924 [16-6]; 1924-1925 [18-53]
Sink, Charles Albert, 1879-
  • 1920-1921 [4-12]; 1921-1922 [8-13]; 1922-1923 [12-18]
Sleeper, Albert E., 1862-1934.
  • 1920 [4-11]
Townsend, Charles E. (Charles Elroy), 1856-1924.
  • 1922 [12-26]
Vandenberg, Arthur Hendrick, 1884-1951.
  • 1922 [8-27]; 1923 [12-31]; 1923-1924 [17-1]
Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 1898-
  • 1921 [4-28]
Van Tyne, Claude Halstead, 1869-1930.
  • 1920-1921 [4-29]; 1923 [17-1]
Yost, Fielding Harris, 1871-1946.
  • 1921-1922 [9-8]; 1922-1923 [13-5]; 1923-1924 [17-13]