Wallis, W. Allen

 


Title: W. ALLEN WALLIS PAPERS
Date range: 1932-1998
Location: D.261
Size: 71 Boxes

 

 

 



Wilson Allen Wallis (1912-1998) was a professor, economist, Presidential advisor, and the Chancellor and sixth President of the University of Rochester. The papers in this collection were largely generated from Wallis’s activities outside the University of Rochester. Those relating to his positions at the University are in a separate collection of his papers in the University Archives.

W. Allen Wallis, as he became known, was born in Philadelphia to Dr. Wilson Dallam Wallis, a physical anthropologist educated at Oxford and the University of Pennsylvania, and Grace Steele Allen Wallis of Finecastle, Virginia. Despite her lack of a college education, Grace Wallis and her husband co-wrote Our Social World, An Introduction to Social Life and Social Problems, a high school sociology textbook published in 1933, three years after Mrs. Wallis’s death. (A copy is available in our stacks.) In 1931, Dr. Wallis remarried Ruth Otis Sawtell Wallis, another physical anthropologist and author of a popular mystery series. Both her novels and research papers are available in Rush Rhees Library.

W. Allen Wallis entered the University of Minnesota in 1928, where he majored in psychology and minored in sociology. During his college years he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, made President of Chi Phi fraternity, and wrote editorials for The Minnesota Daily, known then as “the world’s largest college daily.” After graduating magna cum laude in 1932, Wallis entered the University of Chicago with a University Fellowship in Economics. He married Anne Armstrong of St. Paul, Minnesota on October 5, 1935.

Wallis’s academic career also began around this time, as do the earliest papers in the collection. From 1935-36, he taught at Columbia University as a Granville E. Garth Fellow in Political Economy. He then served as an economist and statistician for the National Research Committee from 1936-37 and went on to work from 1937-38 as an economist for the National Resources Committee in Washington, D.C., while also teaching political economy at Yale. In 1938 he entered the Department of Economics at Stanford University, where he was later named Assistant and then Associate Professor of Economics. He would remain in this capacity until 1946.

Wallis was still active elsewhere, however. He co-authored Consumer Expenditures in the United States with Hildegarde Kneeland for the National Resources Committee in 1939 and took leave from Stanford for two years to work as a Carnegie Research Associate for the National Bureau of Economic Research. Shortly after the entry of the United States into World War II, Wallis was named Director of the US Office of Scientific Research Statistical Research Bureau at Columbia University (also known as the Statistical Research Group). This was Wallis’s first administrative post, and he held it until 1946.

The Statistical Research Group published several collaborative papers between 1945 and 1948: Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Applications, Techniques of Statistical Analysis, and Sampling Inspection. Copies are included in the W. Allen Wallis collection, along with many notes, correspondence, memoranda, drafts, outlines, and other material related to Wallis’s work with the SRG.

Wallis never received an official Ph.D., despite completing virtually all the requirements at Columbia and the University of Chicago. Before the formal process could be completed, he had been accepted as a full Professor of Statistics and Economics at Chicago’s Graduate School of Business under the condition that he give up his candidacy, as it was the University’s policy not to award degrees to its own tenured faculty. Wallis was named Chairman of the brand-new Department of Statistics, a Division of the Physical Sciences, in 1949.

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (as it was renamed in 2008) was instrumental in the formation of the Chicago School of economics, which emphasizes a free market with minimal government interference. As an early member of the Mont Pelerin Society (and treasurer from 1949-54) W. Allen Wallis valued these principles highly, as is evident in the collection’s extensive holdings of speeches and articles from his Chicago years to the end of his life in the 1990s.

Wallis was not a founding member of the Mont Pelerin Society, but fellow economists George Stigler and Milton Friedman were. The trio had met as graduate students at Chicago in 1933 and would remain friends for the rest of their lives. Although the collection is light on material related to the Mont Pelerin Society, both Stigler and Friedman are present in lectures, articles, photographs, and collaborative works with Wallis.

Wallis took leave from Chicago to direct the Ford Foundation’s Program of University Surveys of the Behavioral Sciences from 1953-54. The collection contains reports and correspondence relating to this project and similar undertakings related to psychology and statistics. Other examples of work in this area included a stint at the Center for Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences in Palo Alto (1956-57) and articles on “The Poisson Distribution and the Supreme Court” (1936), “The Influence of Color on Apparent Size” (1935), and “Statistics of the Kinsey Report” (1949). (He followed up on Kinsey in the 1990s, when he corresponded with Dr. Judith Reisman, author of Kinsey:Crimes and Consequences, and reviewed parts of her manuscript.)Indeed, Wallis was very much an interdisciplinarian. His papers reveal interests in politics, history, contemporary issues, and administration and bureaucracy as well. Beginning in 1960 he was also Chairman of the Editorial Advisory Board and the Executive Committee of the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, published in 1968.

March 1959 saw the beginning of Wallis’s career as a Presidential advisor. While on leave from Chicago until 1961, Wallis served as a Special Assistant to President Eisenhower and worked with Vice President Nixon on the Cabinet Committee on Price Stability for Economic Growth. The Committee’s conclusions on inflation received considerable press coverage, as can be seen in the many newspaper articles and editorials Wallis saved. There is also a good deal of correspondence from this era, as well as copies of Wallis’s speeches and reports.

W. Allen Wallis was elected President of the University of Rochester in 1962 and was officially inaugurated the following year. The collection initially included a small amount of material related to his tenure as President and then Chancellor but these have been removed and are now in the Wallis’s University of Rochester Presidential Papers.

In addition to his position at the University of Rochester, Wallis was also a part of the Executive Committee of the American Economic Association (1962-64). President Nixon, whom Wallis had known since they worked together under President Eisenhower, appointed Wallis to several federal commissions as an advisor. Between 1968 and 1974 Wallis served on the Task Force on Education, the President’s Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force (Wallis opposed the draft, in keeping with his beliefs on personal freedom), the President’s Commission on Federal Statistics (as Chairman), and the National Commission on Productivity. Shortly after President Reagan’s election in 1980, Wallis was appointed to the new Task Force on Education and the Transition Team on International Communication Agency.

It was Reagan’s administration that gave W. Allen Wallis his most prestigious and influential position. Wallis’s old friend George Shultz had been named Secretary of State. Wallis served under him as Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and was often assigned to represent the United States at international conferences and economic summits. The collection contains a wealth of photographs of Wallis’s travels, in addition to several albums (including one of the Soviet Union shortly before its collapse). There is also extensive correspondence from the 1980s.

Wallis’s last prominent role was his association in the 1990s with the Eisenhower World Affairs Institute as a Resident Scholar. He was socially and intellectually active right up to the end, corresponding with many notable individuals, writing, reviewing manuscripts, attending meetings and events, and giving speeches. W. Allen Wallis passed away October 12, 1998 in Strong Memorial Hospital while in Rochester to attend the memorial service of William H. Meckling, whom he had appointed as dean of the Graduate School of Business and Management (today the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration).

The University of Rochester saw great expansion and development under Wallis’s direction as President and Chancellor, including increased enrollment, a new addition to Rush Rhees Library, major renovations to the Eastman School of Music, the construction of Wilson Commons, the recruitment of quality faculty, and a highly successful capital campaign that raised $10 million more than its original goal. On October 30, 1998, during Wallis’s memorial service, President Jackson announced that the Greek Revival building on Wilson Boulevard, completed in 1957 and known simply as the Administration Building, was to be renamed Wallis Hall.

A final piece of Wallis’s legacy at the University of Rochester was the establishment of the Wallis Institute of Political Economy in 1992 as a collaboration between the Departments of Economics and Political Science.

The W. Allen Wallis Papers were donated to the University in 1999 by Wallis’s two daughters, Nancy Wallis Ingling and Virginia Wallis Cates. All boxes and folders are in Wallis’s original order.

Wallis’s obituary can be found here.

 

 

 

 


CONTENTS:

Box 1: Papers, Articles, Academic Career, Correspondence (1930s-1940s)

 

 

  1. Misc. Papers, Articles, Publications, c. 1935-1946
  2. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1942
  3. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1943
  4. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1944
  5. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1945
  6. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1947
  7. Economics Papers, 1948
  8. A Statement on National Policy, 1944-1947
  9. Statlab Review, 1948
  10. Chicago Census Advisory Committee, 1940
  11. Elementary Economics (Yale), 1937-1940
  12. Cowles Commission, 1947
  13. “Variances and Covariances of Runs Up and Down”
  14. Holmes and Hatch on Brains and Beauty (Economics 161)
  15. Economics I (Spring 1946)
  16. Reading Lists and Statistical Exams (Standford University Syllabi), 1938-1942
  17. WPB - Columbus Courier, 1945
  18. Statistical Techniques, 1942-1945
  19. Wallis, “The Influence of Color on Apparent Size,” 1935
  20. HBER Bulletins (Economics 102), 1941
  21. Factors Affecting Scholarship of Stanford Students, 1948
  22. Economics I-II Exams (1938, 1940, 1946)
  23. Economics 165
  24. Wallis and Milton Friedman, 1940
  25. Papers by Wallis (c. 1948)
  26. Correspondence, Feb.-May 1946
  27. Correspondence, June-Aug. 1946
  28. Wallis/Stigler Letter to New York Times, 1934

 


Box 2: Papers, Articles, Academic Career, Government Work (1930s-1940s)

 

  1. Statistics 323 (Lind)
  2. RC Sproul’s Economics 316, 1948
  3. American Economics in Wartime, 1942
  4. Stanford University, 1932-1941
  5. Elementary Statistics (Economics 60), 1941
  6. Wallis, “The Response of Consumers to Change in Income and Environment,” 1936
  7. Business 323 Papers, 1948
  8. Economics 316 Papers, 1948
  9. Economics 316 Problems
  10. Sampling Inspection Exercises by Ben Kahn, 1948
  11. Economics 316, Problem #2
  12. Economics 101: Value and Distribution, 1942
  13. Misc. Wallis Papers, 1931-1941
  14. Schultz on Statistics, 1935
  15. Notes on Statistical Subjects, 1928, 1935
  16. University of Chicago Faculty New Bulletin, 1947-1948
  17. National Bureau of Standards, 1947-1948
  18. Churchill Eisenhart
  19. University Senate (University of Chicago), 1947
  20. University Senate (University of Chicago), 1948
  21. University Senate (University of Chicago), 1944-1945
  22. Results of Sampling Equipment Inspection, 1948
  23. Binomial Probability Report, 1948
  24. “Area v. Quota Sampling,” 1947
  25. Deming on Statistics, 1936-1937
  26. Statistics - Hart, 1932
  27. Statistics - Loevinger
  28. Student Papers, 1937-1944
  29. Statistical Inference - Hotelling, 1935-1936
  30. Statistics Course Notes - Hotelling, 1935-1936
  31. Economics 166 - Bacon
  32. Stanford Committee on Statistics, 1930-1942
  33. Office of Field Service Memo, 1946

 


Box 3: State Department, American Enterprise Institute, Papers and Articles (1980s-1990s)

 

  1. US Government Appointment Book, 1982
  2. US Government Appointment Book, 1986
  3. US Government Appointment Book, 1987
  4. US Government Appointment Book, 1988
  5. House of Lords Official Report/Parliamentary Debates, 1988
  6. Government Financial Disclosures, 1985
  7. State Department Personnel Matters, 1983-1986
  8. American Enterprise Institute Office Correspondence, 1989-1994
  9. State Department Publicity, 1981-1982
  10. Kenneth W. Dam, 1983
  11. 1992 Election
  12. Munich, 1990
  13. US Middle East Policy (Statements by George Shultz), 1988
  14. American Enterprise Institute Handouts, 1998
  15. Dikhanov, “Comparing Consumption in the USSR and USA” (Conference Paper), 1990
  16. Belkin, “Market and Non-Market Systems: Limits to Macroeconomic Comparability” (Conference Paper), 1990
  17. Kudrov, “History of Comparisons of Some Macroeconomic Value Indicators” (Conference Paper), 1990
  18. Winiecki, “Quality Differences in American-Soviet Consumption Comparisons” (Conference Paper), 1990
  19. American Enterprise Institute Proposal, 1990
  20. American Enterprise Institute Conference
  21. Steinberg, “The Real Size and Structure of the Soviet Economy” (Conference Paper), 1990
  22. Schroeder, “Consumption in the USSR And the US: A Western Perspective” (Conference Paper), 1990
  23. Kostinsky, “Foreign Trade in the US and Soviet Economies” (Conference Paper Draft), 1990
  24. Nochevkina, “USSR and USA Fixed Capital Investment: Problems of Comparison,” (Conference Paper), 1990
  25. Kirichenko, “Current Work of Goskomstat of the USSR on International Comparisons” (Conference Paper), 1990
  26. Revenko, “Gross National Product of USSR and USA” (Conference Paper), 1990
  27. Shukhgalter, “Capital Stock in the USSR and USA: Problems of Comparison” (Conference Paper), 1990
  28. Tikhonov, “Agriculture in the USA and USSR” (Conference Paper), 1990
  29. White House Meeting with President Mitterrand of France, 1982
  30. State Department Misc., 1982-1987
  31. US Department of Labor: Candidates for BLS Commissioner, 1991
  32. "Peer Review in the National Science Foundation: Phase One of a Study," 1978
  33. Subcommittee on Postperformance Evaluation of Research, 1981
  34. Subcommittee on Postperformance Evaluation of Research, 1981
  35. Subcommittee on Postperformance Evaluation of Research, 1981
  36. Subcommittee on Postperformance Evaluation of Research, 1981
  • Subcommittee on Postperformance Evaluation: Meeting in Washington, DC, July 28-30, 1981
  • Photograph Album: Sherpa Meetings in Rome and Sardinia, Jacques Attali, 1987
  • Binder: The Trip of President Reagan to Quebec City, Canada, 1985

 


Box 4: University of Rochester Material (CONFIDENTIAL)

Box 5: Individuals, Associations, Correspondence, Manuscripts Reviewed (1990)

 

 

 

  1. Committee on Present Danger, 1990
  2. Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 1990s
  3. James V. Capua (Donner Foundation), 1994
  4. Gordon Brady, 1998
  5. Henry Loomis (President of Public Broadcasting), 1977
  6. Václav Klaus, 1995
  7. Pat Buchanan on Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Reisman), 1990
  8. Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs, 1990-1991
  9. Robert A. Nisbet
  10. Marshall L. Casse
  11. Misc. Drafts, 1977-1990
  12. Misc. Publications and Articles, Before 1990
  13. Allan H. Meltzer (Correspondence) and John Woolley (Paper), 1996
  14. Robert Freeman, 1998
  15. US Business School in Prague, 1990-1992
  16. Misc. Speeches (Not Wallis), 1924-1997
  17. Miscellaneous, 1990s
  18. Ernest W. Lefever, Saints, Sinners, Statesmen (Manuscript), 1995
  19. Free Trade, 1989
  20. Patricia Gates Lynch, 1994
  21. Committee on National Statistics, 1989
  22. Sidney Davidson, 1989
  23. Submissions to Ben Wattenberg’s Think Tank, 1998
  24. William Kruskal (University of Chicago), 1986
  25. Robert White II, 1991
  26. Henry Nau (George Washington University) Book Proposal, 1992
  27. Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Reisman’s Manuscript), c. 1990
  28. Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Reisman’s Manuscript - Chapter 1), c. 1990
  29. Edward Deming, Early 1990s
  30. Walter Ol, 1998
  31. Paul Nitze, 1989
  32. William Meckling, 1994
  33. Leo Rosten, 1992
  34. David Sloan, 1989
  35. Harrison Svenska v. Harris RF Communications, 1990
  36. John Norris, 1990
  37. Robert Graves Doctoral Workshop (University of Chicago), 1992
  38. Leo Rosten - Grant Application, 1992
  39. Transcript of Conversation Between Kruskal and Zabell (Draft), 1992
  40. Goodman, “Measures, Models, and Graphical Displays in the Analysis of Cross-Classified Data,” 1991
  41. Robert Fogel (University of Chicago) Book Outline, 1991
  42. “Vietnam Macroeconomic Strategy,” 1991
  43. Steven Wardell’s Rising Sons and Daughters (Draft), 1993
  44. Misc. Correspondence, 1964-1998
  45. International Statistical Review, Vol. 62, No. 1, 1994
  46. “A Model for Sustaining Administrative Improvement” (University of California, Irvine), 1996
  47. Goldhamer, The 1951 Korean Armistice Conference: A Memoir, 1994

 


Box 6: Individuals, Associations, Correspondence, Manuscripts Reviewed (1980s-1990s)

 

 

 

  1. Ernie Lefever Biography Manuscript, 1991
  2. Reisman, Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Manuscript - Chapter 6)
  3. Reisman, Kinsey, Sex and Fraud (Afterward Manuscript)
  4. Kinsey, Sex and Fraud Material: Articles, etc.
  5. Chapter 9: Deconstruction “Common Law” by Using Images to Reconstruct the “Western” Brain (Draft - Reisman?), 1993
  6. Misc. Publications, 1970s-1990s
  7. Carnegie Commission - Memo and Review of Draft, 1991
  8. Miscellaneous, 1990s
  9. Henry Nau, 1988
  10. George P. Shultz, 1982
  11. Dr. Beryl Sprinkel, 1983
  12. Jimmie Savage, 1973-1976
  13. John Willis Tuthill, 1993
  14. Bohemian Grove, 1994
  15. Dr. Churchill Eisenhart, 1990
  16. Herbert Stein, 1982-1989
  17. Misc. Papers/Articles, 1990
  18. Papers/Articles on Economics, 1940s-1990s
  19. Misc. Papers/Articles, 1960s-1990s
  20. Papers/Articles on Art and Teaching, 1990s
  21. Correspondence, 1969-1998
  22. Correspondence, 1984-1994
  23. Correspondence, 1968-1998
  24. George Mullen, 1993
  25. Julien Simon, 1989-1992
  26. William Kruskal, 1988-1991
  27. Palmer R. Chitester Fund and the Idea Channel, 1989-1991
  28. Academic Questions, Vol. II, No. 3, 1998
  29. Policy Review, No. 66, 1993
  30. Statistical Science, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1990
  31. Goldhamer, The 1951 Korean Armistice Conference: A Memoir, 1994
  32. “A Model for Sustaining Administrative Improvement” (University of California, Irvine), 1996

 


Box 7: Books, Congressional Hearings, Papers, Articles, (1950s-1990s)

 

  • Appointment Book (Green Cover), c. 1959
  • Appointment Book (Green Cover), 1959
  • Appointment Book, 1960
  • Appointment Book, 1961
  • Principles of Economics: An Introductory Volume by Alfred Marshall (Eighth Edition), 1930
  • Sexual Behavior in the Human Male by Alfred Kinsey, et al, 1948
  1. George Stigler Lecture Delivered at Harvard, 1980
  2. Henry G. Manne Lecture Delivered at the Mont Pelerin Society, 1987
  3. Kinsey Material (Including Article by Wallis), 1949-1998
  4. Wallis and Roberts, “Statistics: A New Approach,” 1956
  5. Kruskal and Wallis, “Use of Ranks in One-Criterion Variance Analysis,” 1952
  6. “Materials for Advanced General Economics” (University of Minnesota), 1939
  7. Wallis, “Progress Against Inflation” (National Industrial Conference Board), 1959
  8. Hearings Before the Committee of Commerce, 1975
  9. Hearings Before the Joint Economic Committee, 1976
  10. Reports of the Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, 1975
  11. Wallis, “The Future of the Social Security System,” 1977
  12. “Report of the 1994-1996 Advisory Council on Social Security,” Vol. I
  13. “Report of the 1994-1996 Advisory Council on Social Security,” Vol. II
  14. Wallis, "A New Birth of Freedom" (Lincoln Club of Los Angeles), 1064

 


Box 8: Statistical Research Group, University of Chicago, Articles and Papers, Biographical Material (1980s-1990s)

 

  • Senate Hearings on April 4, 1978 (3 cassettes)
  • Cornell International Law Journal - Symposium 1989 (4 copies)
  1. Wallis, “Statistics in Washington,” 1994
  2. Wallis, “Economics, Foreign Policy, and United States-Japanese Trade Disputes,” 1989
  3. Wallis Biographies
  4. Olkin Interviews with Wallis, 1990
  5. Professor Diez Interviews Edwin F. Jaeckle, 19981
  6. George Stigler Memorial Service, 1992
  7. Inauguration of the Wallis Professorship in Statistics at the University of Chicago, 1982
  8. Statistical Research Group Reunion, 1986

 


Box 9: University Surveys of the Behavioral Sciences, National Resources Committee, Papers and Articles (1930s-1950s)

 

  • Wallis, “Rough-and-Ready Statistical Tests,” 1952
  • “Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Applications” (Statistical Research Group), 1944
  • “A Preliminary Report of the Problems and Methods of Measuring the Nation’s Consumption Demands” (Hildegarde Kneeland/National Resources Committee), 1937
  • Wallis, “The 1953-54 Program of University Surveys of the Behavioral Sciences” (Ford Foundation), 1955
  • Notes on Lectures in Price Theory Given by Milton Friedman (University of Chicago), 1951
  • Wallis, “Statistics for Executives: A Summary of Lectures in the Executive Program,” 1947-1950
  • Wallis, “Statistical Inference” (University of Chicago), 1949-1950 (2 copies)

 


Box 10: University of Chicago, Individuals, Social Sciences Encyclopedia, Ford Foundation, Correspondence, Stanford (1940s-1950s)

 

  1. George J. Stigler
  2. Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1946-1956
  3. Memoranda and Reports, 1941
  4. Economics, 1937-1938
  5. A.H. Bowker, 1946
  6. Naval Department, 1945
  7. Report on Elementary Economics Instruction, 1941
  8. Travel in New York and Pennsylvania, 1946
  9. Moses Abramovitz, 1946
  10. Arthur F. Burns, 1946
  11. University of Chicago - Thesis, etc.
  12. Milton Friedman, 1946
  13. John Hopkins University Economics Department, 1946
  14. Roy W. Jastram, 1942
  15. C.F. Mosteller, 1946
  16. New York University, 1946
  17. Russel T. Nichols, 1946
  18. Stanford University Research Projects, 1946
  19. Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences Group Meetings, Aug. 22-26, 1955
  20. ESS Study Group Meetings, June 11-13, 1955
  21. Ford Foundation/ESS, 1955
  22. ESS Study Group Meetings, July 19-21, 1955
  23. ESS Dinner Meetings, 1955
  24. Reel-to-Reel Recording of Minnesota Meeting re: ESS from Dr. Pendleton Herring
  25. ESS Interviews, 1955
  26. Correspondence, 1955-1956
  27. US Naval Ordinance Test Station, 1944-1946
  28. Progress Reports of the Business-Cycle Staff, 1941-1942
  29. ESS Interview Project, 1955
  30. ESS Content Analysis, 1955
  31. ESS Consultant Project, 1955
  32. List of ESS Consultant Reports Sent to Berelson
  33. ESS Biography Study
  34. ESS Costs and Sales Data, 1955
  35. Ford Foundation Memoranda re: ESS, 1954-1955
  36. Ford Foundation Memoranda re: ESS, 1955
  37. ESS Consultant Report, 1955
  38. Miscellaneous
  39. Summary of Recommendations (ESS), 1955
  40. Appendices to Summary of Recommendations (ESS), 1955
  41. Miscellaneous (ESS)
  42. Worksheets, 1955

 


Box 11: Social Sciences Encyclopedia, Individuals, Correspondence, WWII, Academic Career (1930s-1950s)

 

  1. ESS Librarians Questionnaire
  2. Kingsley Davis, 1955
  3. Wallis Travel (ESS), 1955
  4. A.M. Schlesinger, Sr., 1955
  5. Jacob Viner, 1955
  6. Frederick Mosteller, 1955
  7. Charles McKinley, 1955
  8. Lyle Lanier, 1955
  9. Clyde Kluckhohn, 1955
  10. Ralph Tyler’s Report on Usage of Encyclopedia Britannica by High School Students, 1953-1954
  11. Social Science Research Council, 1955
  12. Other Editorial Projects, 1955
  13. Research Institutions - Organizational Plans
  14. Old ESS - Contract and Board Meeting Minutes, 1928
  15. Macmillan Company, 1955
  16. McKeon, “The History of Encyclopedias. . .” 1955
  17. Ford Foundation Meeting of March 11, 1955
  18. Misc. Wallis Papers
  19. Misc. Articles and Notes on Money and Economics, 1933-1935
  20. Misc. Notes, and Articles, Papers on History, Trade, and Organization, 1933-1935
  21. Economics Notes and Assignments, 1932-1938
  22. Navy Correspondence, 1946-1947
  23. Coal and Tar Production, 1937-1938
  24. Misc. Correspondence, 1955-1956
  25. Misc. Correspondence, 1948-1949
  26. Miscellaneous, 1948-1956
  27. Economics 201 (University of Chicago), 1934
  28. Ford Foundation Study on ESS, 1955
  29. Office Space, etc., 1946
  30. Steel Capacity, 1939
  31. WCM, Oct. 31, 1941
  32. Steel Sheets, 1941
  33. Statistical Research Group Acknowledgements, 1945
  34. SRG Staff, 1945
  35. Coke Production and Consumption, c. 1940
  36. Furniture, 1940
  37. Miscellaneous, 1940
  38. French Automobile Production, 1940
  39. 39: Consumption of Durable Goods (National Bureau of Economic Research), 1939
  40. Misc. Notes, Articles, Papers, 1939-1941
  41. Great Britain
  42. Correspondence re: SRG Administration, 1943

 


Box 12: Statistical Research Group, Correspondence (1940s)

 

  1. Wallis, “Compounding Probabilities from Independent Significance Tests,” 1942
  2. Computing Equipment
  3. Wallis, “Theory of Multivariance Statistical Analysis” (SRG)
  4. Stephen Enke (SRG), 1945
  5. Milton Friedman, 1942-1945
  6. Comparative Efficiency (and Other Points) Sequential Defective v. Number Defects
  7. Binomial v. Normal, and Percent Defective
  8. “Matters for Further Investigation”
  9. Correspondence, 1946-1947
  10. George Stigler, 1937-1938
  11. M.A. Girshick, 1946
  12. Paul Samuelson, 1944
  13. Holbrook Working (SRG), 1945-1946
  14. Stanford University Correspondence (SRG), 1942-1946
  15. Karl F. Bode, 1942-1944
  16. Shaw, “Double Sampling Inspection Plans,” 1942
  17. Wallis, “Computing Probabilities from Independent Significance Tests,” 1942
  18. Wallis, “How to Ration Consumers’ Goods and Control Their Prices,” 1943
  19. Price Control and Rationing, 1943
  20. Sequential Analysis Study, 1944
  21. Table of Normal Curves (SRG)
  22. Five Significance Tests, 1941-1942
  23. Wallis, “The Temporal Stability of Consumption Patterns,” 1942
  24. Distribution of Xp2 (c. early 1940s)
  25. Baines, “On the Economical Design of Statistical Experiments,” 1944
  26. Memo on Cochran Article (SRG), 1945
  27. Doyle, Beyond Tomorrow (First Chapter Draft), 1945
  28. Random Sampling
  29. Correspondence, 1946
  30. Correspondence, 1947
  31. Correspondence, 1948
  32. Miscellaneous, 1946-1948

 


Box 13:Statistical Research Group, Social Sciences Encyclopedia, Tax Foundation, University of Chicago, Correspondence (1940s-1960s)

“Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Applications” (SRG), 1944

 

  1. “Two Reports on Handicapping Horses,” 1947
  2. Statistical Results Sent to Wallis from John Walsh of Project RAND, 1948
  3. Mintz, “The Feasibility of the Use of Samples in Content Analysis” (from Walsh), 1948
  4. Tax Foundation, 1969
  5. “The Mobilization of Human Resources in Underdeveloped Areas” (University of Chicago)
  6. ESS Material (c. 1955)
  7. University of Chicago Material, 1955
  8. “A Report on the Proposed Division of the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences,” 1955
  9. “A Report on the Proposed Division the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences” (Appendices A.5-A.14), 1955
  10. “A Report on the Proposed Division the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences” (Appendices B-J), 1955
  11. Correspondence, 1942
  12. Correspondence, 1943
  13. Correspondence, 1944
  14. Correspondence, 1945
  15. Correspondence, 1946
  16. Correspondence, 1947
  17. Correspondence, 1948
  18. Correspondence, 1949
  19. Certificates and Cards
  20. Miscellaneous

 


Box 14: State Department, Economic Summits, Personal Notes, Personal Logs, Speeches, Press Coverage (1980s)

 

  1. Daily Log, April 21, 1986 to Dec. 31, 1987
  2. Daily Log, Jan. 4, 1987 to Jan. 18, 1989
  3. State Department Notes, 1983-1988
  4. Notes on the Toronto Summit, June 19-21, 1988
  5. Notes on the Bonn Summit, May 3-4, 1985
  6. Notes on the Venice Summit, June 9-10, 1987
  7. Wallis’s Confirmation Hearing for Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1982
  8. Editorial Cartoons, 1980s
  9. Miscellaneous
  10. Economic Summits, 1983-1990
  11. Current Policy Issues with Wallis Address Reprints, 1983-1988
  12. Wallis Speeches, 1982-1983
  13. Wallis Speeches, 1985
  14. Wallis Speeches, 1986
  15. Wallis Speeches, 1987
  16. Wallis Speeches, 1988
  17. Wallis Speeches, 1989
  18. Latin American Press, 1984
  19. Press Clippings, Undated/Before 1982
  20. Press Clippings, 1982
  21. Press Clippings, 1983
  22. Press Clippings, 1984
  23. Press Clippings, 1985
  24. Press Clippings, 1986-1987
  25. Press Clippings, 1988

 


Box 15: Stanford, National Research/Resources Committee, Statistical Research Group, World War II, Papers and Articles (1930s-1940s)

 

“Statistical Tables” (binder)
 

  1. Notes for Elementary Economics Lecture (Stanford), 1941
  2. Economics 161 Statistics Exams, 1941
  3. Rejection of Extreme Observations
  4. Economics 165-167 (Stanford), 1938-1939
  5. Economics 102: Value and Distribution (Stanford), 1938-1939
  6. Checking by Limit Gauges in Small Samples/Analysis Quality Control, 1943
  7. E.H. Sealy’s Address on Acceptance Sampling, 1944
  8. Consumption Trends, 1930s
  9. Wallis, “A Generalized Rank Correlation Coefficient for Treating Series Containing Tied Ranks” (Columbia University), 1936
  10. Statistics Work
  11. Wallis, “The Poisson Distribution and the Supreme Court” (Stanford), 1936
  12. Princeton University Memorandum No. 17 (Draft), 1945
  13. Haldane, “A Labor-Saving Method of Sampling” (SRG), 1945
  14. Owen, “Control Charts in Practice - An Example of Their Use” (1945)
  15. “The Statistical Sign Test” (SRG), 1945
  16. “Report of Conference on Sequential Analysis Method of Inspection” (SRG), 1944
  17. Sealy, “The Effect of a Varying Mean on the Production Characteristics of a Machine,” 1943
  18. Walker, “On the Effect of a Changing Mean on the Criterion for a Machine to be Capable of Meeting its Tolerance,” 1943
  19. Explosives Research Memo No. 22: “Analysis of Data When Several Sources of Variance are Present” (Navy Department), 1944
  20. Notes on Statistical Methods Applied to Torpedo Test Results” (Navy Department), 1945
  21. “Note on Rejection of an Outlying Observation” (SRG)
  22. Working, “A Guide to Utilization of the Binomial and Poisson Distributions in Quality Control,” 1943
  23. Deming, “Some Principles of the Shewhart Methods of Quality Control,” 1944
  24. Sealy, “The Probability Integral of the Mean Distribution,” 1943
  25. Brown, “Notes on Application of Control Charts in Machine Shop,” 1943
  26. Stanley, “Statistical Analysis of Armour Plate Data,” 1943
  27. SRG Conference in March 1945: Squadron Tactics Which Maximize the Possibility of Sinking a Capital Ship with an Aircraft Torpedo
  28. The Use of Confidence or Fiducial Limits
  29. Probability of Errors in Agricultural Experimentation
  30. Bartlett’s Test
  31. Baines, “On the Economical Design of Statistical Experiments,” 1944
  32. Frankfort Arsenal Statistical Method No. 2: On the Methodology for Determination of Composition of Chemical Compounds by Analysis to a Given Degree of Confidence,” 1945
  33. Tables
  34. “Inspection Handbook for Quality Control” (Quartermaster Corps. Inspection Service), 1945
  35. Tables
  36. Wallis’s Report on Trends in Consumption (Thesis), 1936-1938
  37. Excerpts
  38. “Sequential Tests of Statistical Significance,” 1944
  39. “Notes on Parameters of Probability Distributions” (Applied Mathematics Panel), 1944
  40. Friedman, Kneeland, Schoenberg, “Plans for a Study of the Consumption of Goods and Services by American Families” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1946
  41. Miscellaneous
  42. Directory: Columbia University Projects of the Applied Mathematics Panel, 1944
  43. Wald, “Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Theory,” 1943
  44. “Final Report of the Statistical Research Group, Columbia University,” 1945
  45. The German White Papers: Full Text of the Polish Documents, 1940
  46. Stein and Shaw, “Some Methods of Reducing the Amount of Inspection in the Application of Double Sampling Inspection Procedures,” 1943
  47. Emmer, “A Manuel of Problems and an Answer Book” (Economics 499), 1951

 


Box 16: University of Chicago, World War II

 

  1. Tables of ASN Curves
  2. Tables of ASN Curves
  3. Wallis and Panfil, “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (University of Chicago), 1949
  4. Wallis and Panfil, “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (University of Chicago), 1949
  5. Wallis and Panfil, “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (University of Chicago), 1949
  6. Wallis and Panfil, “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (University of Chicago), 1949
  7. SRG Personnel Material
  8. SRG Personnel Material
  9. “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (Bound)
  10. “Quality Control and Sampling Inspection” (Bound)
  11. “Sampling Inspection” (SRG), 1945
  12. “Sampling Inspection

 


Box 17: Correspondence, Palmer Chitester Fund, Papers and Articles, Manuscripts Reviewd (1980s-1990s)

 

  • The Ideas of James Buchanan (Palmer Chitester Fund), 1987 (2 videocassettes)
  • Meltzer-Prestowitz Debate, Feb. 24, 1990 (videocassette)
  1. Cosmos: A Journal of Emerging Issues (Vol. 1, No. 1), 1991
  2. Correspondence, 1988-1993
  3. Ernest Lefever Memoir Draft, 1990
  4. Articles, 1990-1993
  5. Miscellaneous Papers, 1989-1992
  6. Miscellaneous Papers, 1991-1997
  7. Interviews, Obituaries, and a Play, 1993-1995

 


Box 18: National Research/Resources Committee, University of Chicago, Academic Career (1930s-1940s)

 

  1. University of Chicago and University of Minnesota, 1932-1934
  2. Consumption Reports Prior to 1935
  3. University of Chicago Material, 1936
  4. Methodology Report for Consumption Study, 1936
  5. Memoranda re: Consumption Report, 1935-1938
  6. Preliminary Reports/Draft for Consumption Study, 1936-1938
  7. Business-Cycle Series Compiled by Library Staff, 1940
  8. Correspondence, 1939
  9. Robinson and Chamberlin (Chicago), 1934
  10. Wallis, “Factors Influencing the Age at Death of Supreme Court Justices” and Various Misc. Papers, 1936-1946
  11. Notes, c. 1930-1935
  12. Misc. Academic Material, 1934-1936
  13. Miscellaneous, 1930s
  14. Statistical Analysis (Stanford University), 1938-1939
  15. Statistical Analysis (Stanford University), 1938-1939
  16. Economics 161/Business 321, 1939-1948
  17. Business 221 (University of Chicago), 1947
  18. Business 220 (University of Chicago), 1948
  19. Statistics 301 (University of Chicago/Stanford), 1939-1950
  20. Statistics 301 (University of Chicago/Stanford), 1939-1950

 


Box 19: Statistical Research Group, World War II, Papers and Articles (1940s)

 

  1. Business-Cycle Staff Progress Reports, 1940
  2. Business-Cycle Staff Progress Reports, 1940
  3. “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Percent Defective” (SRG), 1946
  4. Reduced Inspection - Variables, 1945
  5. Wallis, “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Percent Defective” (Stanford)
  6. Wallis, “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Percent Defective” (Chapter 1 Second Draft)
  7. Wallis, “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Percent Defective” (Final Draft)
  8. Wallis, “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Percent Defective” (Extra Copies)
  9. “Application of a Non-Central t-Distribution to the Test of the Hypothesis That Not More Than p Proportion of the Items of a Lot Shall Exceed a Given Value L” (Chapter 1/SRG)
  10. “Percent Defective by Variables” (Notes, Computations, Tables)
  11. Chapter 2: Tolerance Limits
  12. Chapter 3: Air Testing Sample Bomb Sights
  13. Chapter 3 Deleted Material (Bomb Sights)
  14. Chapter 5: Rounding (1945-1948)
  15. Chapter 6: Acceptance Inspection When the Lot Quality is Measured by the Range
  16. Chapter 7: Variability of Amount of Inspection for Double, Multiple and Sequential Sampling
  17. SRG 557: Technical Supplement to SRG 503 (Chapters 4 and 7 Draft)
  18. SRG Memo: Number of Trials Necessary for Comparing Percentage
  19. Chapter 9: Planning and Interpreting Experiments for Comparing Two Standard Deviations
  20. Chapter 10: Utilization of Limited Facilities When Cost of Observation Depends on Outcome (Friedman), 1946
  21. Chapter 11: Design of an Experiment with Independent Variable Controlled Only in Probability Sense
  22. Friedman and Wallis, “Analytical Statistics,” 1940
  23. Hotelling, “Air Testing Sample Bomb Sights” (SRG), 1944

 


Box 20: Speeches (1977-1984)

 

  • Nos. 200-284, 1977-79
  • Nos. 249-273, 1980-82
  • Nos. 280-305, 1983
  • Nos. 306-329, 1984


  • Box 21: Speeches (1985-1991)
  • Nos. 330-351, 1985
  • Nos. 352-369, 1986
  • Nos. 369-382, 1987
  • Nos. 383-402, 1988
  • Speeches, Articles, etc., 1989-91


  • Box 22: Individuals, Correspondence, Stanford University, World War II, Personal Papers (1930s-1940s)
  1. Teachers Insurance and Annuity, 1940
  2. Wallis and Friedman, Preface to Statistics (Draft), 1940
  3. Stanford Economic Department, 1939-1941
  4. Correspondence, 1938-1939
  5. Household Accounts Research, 1930s
  6. Personal Correspondence, 1935
  7. Stanford University Students, 1930s
  8. Tables of Reference Cycle Pattern, 1940
  9. Churchill Eisenhart (SRG), 1946
  10. Methods (Friedman and Kneeland), 1934-1935
  11. National Research Board Personnel, 1937
  12. Articles on Inventions and Technological Trends, 1930s
  13. Minnesota Income Study, 1940
  14. Minnesota Income Study, 1940
  15. Minnesota Income Study, 1938
  16. Harold A. Freeman (SRG), 1946
  17. William S. Everett, 1945
  18. W.G. Cochran and Frank A. Ross (SRG), 1942-1945
  19. Lee Goulden (SRG), 1945
  20. W. Edwards Deming (SRG), 1944-1945
  21. Milton W. Hastay (SRG), 1945
  22. Raymond L. Arnett (SRG), 1945
  23. Poll of Experts, 1944
  24. Reprint Lists and Addresses (SRG)
  25. Personal Car (SRG), 1942-1946
  26. Contract CEMsr-618 with Columbia University (SRG), 1946
  27. Shipping, Storage, Etc., 1942-1944
  28. House in Palo Alto, California, 1942-1946
  29. Wald, “Sequential Estimation”
  30. Correspondence, 1942-1944
  31. Wallis, “Statistical Analysis”
  32. Harold Hotelling Reprints and Bibliography
  33. Harold Hotelling Reprints
  34. Bureau of Ships Sampling, 1945
  35. Phone Calls, 1944
  36. Correspondence, 1940-1960
  37. Multiple Sampling
  38. Formulations of Specifications (Topic #8 - MAG, WAW) (SRG), 1945
  39. “The Use of Runs to Test the Randomness of a Sequence of Observations”
  40. Economics 103: Mathematical Economics, 1939
  41. Economic Theory (Written Exam for Ph.D),1935

 


Box 23: Stanford University, Harvard University, University of Minnesota, Individuals, Correspondence, National Resources Committee (1930s-1940s)

 

  1. Autos - Aggregate Data
  2. Auto Trends (General), 1937
  3. National Youth Administration, 1940-1941
  4. Wallis, “Statistics: The Modern Magic” (Stanford Radio Hour), 1939
  5. Economic Theory, 1936-1938
  6. Notes for Lecture at Catholic University of America, 1936-1937
  7. National Resources Committee, 1938-1939
  8. Milton Friedman, 1938-1940 (1 of 2)
  9. Milton Friedman, 1938-1940 (2 of 2)
  10. Correspondence, 1941-1942
  11. American Statistical Association, San Francisco Chapter, 1938-1941
  12. Civil Service, 1940 (1 of 4)
  13. Civil Service, 1940 (2 of 4)
  14. Civil Service, 1940 (3 of 4)
  15. Civil Service, 1940 (4 of 4)
  16. G.M. Moore, 1941
  17. Wallis, “Theoretical Aspects of the An alysis of Family Expenditure” (Columbia University), 1936
  18. Herbert Goldhamer, 1934-1939

 


Box 24: University of Chicago, Individuals, Associations, Speeches and Lectures, Papers and Articles (1960s-1990s)

 

  1. Supreme Court Poisson Models (University of Chicago), 1989
  2. Articles on Ethics and Capitalism, 1965-1989
  3. Nisbet, “The Pursuit of Equality,” 1974
  4. Wallis, “University Government” (Minerva), 1985-1986
  5. Wallis, “University Government” (Minerva), 1985-1986
  6. Wallis Speeches and Lectures, 1989-1994
  7. Miscellaneous, 1945-1990
  8. Wallis Papers and Inverviews, 1980-1991
  9. Extra Copies of Wallis Speeches, 1979-1982
  10. Correspondence, 1979-1990
  11. Wallis and Kruskal, “Use of Ranks in One-Criterion Variance Analysis (Reprint in Current Contents), Oct. 1987
  12. De Marchi, “Milton Friedman Before That Essay” (Draft), 1981
  13. Wallis, “Will the Corporation Survive? Will it Flourish?” 1982
  14. Memorial Talks, 1988-1992
  15. Establishment of the W. Allen Wallis Professorship in Statistics at the University of Chicago, 1982
  16. Henry R. Nau, 1990-1992
  17. University of the World, 1986-1992
  18. International Education Exchange, 1990
  19. National Research Council Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, 1989-1991
  20. Wallis, "University-Industry Relations," Development Council Luncheon, 1964
  21. Wallis, "Guidelines as Instruments of Economic Policy," 1966
  22. Wallis, "Economic Statistics and Economic Policy," 1966
  23. Wallis, "Institutional Coherence and Priorities," 1967

 


Box 25: University of Chicago, Correspondence, Individuals, Speeches, Press Coverage, Statistical Research Group (1930s-1970s)

 

  1. Republican Committee on Program and Progress, 1959
  2. Binomial Probability Charts
  3. Milton Friedman, 1958-1960
  4. Wallis Speeches in Washington, 1959-1960
  5. Blank Graph Paper
  6. Friedman, Wabash Lectures, 1956
  7. Wallis, Notes for “Rule of Law” Speech (University of Chicago), 1959
  8. Correspondence re: Work in Washington, 1959
  9. Washington Misc., 1959
  10. Recommendations, 1948-1962
  11. William Peterson, 1961
  12. SRG Metallurgy Study, 1945
  13. Charles Ashley Wright
  14. Friedman, “The Problem of Gold,” 1959
  15. Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, 1956-1957
  16. Misc. Washington Material, 1950s-1970s
  17. Economic Policy Board (Washington), 1959-1960
  18. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1968-1971
  19. Landels, Weigel and Ripley: Legal Opinion on Tax Liability (Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences), 1957
  20. Wallis’s Deposition for Security Mutual Casual Company v. Swift & Company, 1974
  21. A Century of Population Growth in the United States, 1790-1900
  22. University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Brochure, 1950s
  23. Photographs and Negatives: Santa Rosa, California and Thousand Oaks/Long Ranch, 1969
  24. Kravis and Lipsey, "International Price Comparisons by Regression Methods," 1967

 


Box 26: Photographs (1960s-1980s)

 

  • “La Salle Camera Co.” Mini Photograph Album
  • Washington, Manila, Delhi, Agora
  • Victoria Falls, Dar es Salaam, Zimbabwe
  • Masai Mara, Madagascar
  • Hecklinger Party, Masai
  • Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, Ramboullet
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Al Chapman’s 90th Birthday; Downtown Rochester from Cobbs Hill and Reservoir
  • Kodak-Pathe: Beaune, Chalon, Vincennes, 1966
  • Hawke Cottage, 1967
  • St. John, Virgin Islands, 1968
  • Canandaigua, Caneel Bay, 1969
  • West Coast, San Francisco, Malibu from Helicopter, 1970
  • Summer 1971
  • Guadalajara, Mexico, 1971
  • Alaska, 1977
  • Mexico, c. 1972-1978
  • Grove Pictures, 1978
  • Stanford-Rochester Draft Conference with Milton Friedman, 1979
  • Caneel Bay, 1979-1980
  • Florida and Nashville, 1980
  • Annapolis, 1980
  • Williamsburg Summit, 1983
  • Williamsburg, Rome, London, 1983
  • Jerusalem, Nairobe, 1983
  • Rose and Milton Friedman at State Department, 1983
  • Delaware, Ohio, Beijing, 1983-1984
  • Wallis’s 72nd Birthday, 1984
  • London, Zurich, Interlacken, Bern, 1984
  • John Armstrong, Leeds Castle, Sherpa Meeting, Sydney, Australia, 1984
  • Great Wall of China, Beijing, Chinese Opera, Temple of Heaven, 1984
  • Bonn Summit and Sherpa Meetings, 1985
  • Kauai, Pacific Tropical Garden, Allerton Garden (negatives), 1985
  • Manila from Philippino Plaza Hotel, 1986
  • Tokyo Summit at Akasaka Detached Palace, 1986
  • Seoul, 1986
  • Palau, Manila, 1986
  • Chinese Minister of Economic Reform, Brussels, 1987
  • Vancouver, 1987
  • British Columbia, Hecklinger’s Cottage, 1987
  • Istanbul, Turkey, 1987
  • Vienna, 1987
  • Brugeo, Seoul, Harper’s Ferry, 1987
  • Seoul, 1988
  • Palau (negatives), 1996

 


Box 27: Correspondence, National Research/Resources Committee, American Enterprise Institute, Government (1930s-1990s)

 

  1. USAF Operation “Cool School,” 1961
  2. “Techniques of Statistical Analysis,” 1969
  3. Taiwan, 1980
  4. Consumption Research Project, 1936-1937
  5. Consumption Research Project, 1936-1937
  6. Correspondence, 1934-1937
  7. Correspondence, 1940-1941
  8. Correspondence, 1942 and Miscellaneous, 1941-1942
  9. Correspondence, 1982-1989
  10. Correspondence, 1990-1993
  11. Correspondence, 1994-1996
  12. American Enterprise Institute, 1989-1996
  13. Wallis, “Rochester: A Magnetic Business Climate,” 1994
  14. Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired (Washington), 1993
  15. Guatemala, 1992
  16. White House Material, 1959-1960
  17. Wallis, “George J. Stigler: In Memorium,” 1992
  18. Richard Nixon, 1977
  19. Correspondence, 1950, 1960
  20. “Statistics in Washington, 1935-1945” (Wallis Interview), 1994
  21. Miscellaneous, 1940s-1990s

 


Box 28: Desk Diaries, Correspondence (1940s-1980s)

 

  1. Desk Diary, 1983
  2. Desk Diary, 1984
  3. Harold A. Freeman, 1950s-1970s
  4. Milton Friedman in Newsweek, 1966-1982

 


Box 29: University of Chicago, Government, Papers and Articles (1940s-1960s)

 

  1. Investor’s Forum (University of Chicago TV Show), 1961
  2. Wallis’s Sea Island Symposium Speech, 1961
  3. National Association of Bank Auditors and Comptrollers School in Madison, MI, 1961
  4. United States Air Force Arctic Trip, 1961
  5. Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Blacksburg), 1961
  6. Graduate School of Banking, 1961
  7. Racine, Wisconsin, 1961-1962
  8. Aetna Management Program in Amherst, MA, 1961
  9. University of Chicago Alumni Club Meeting and Annual Dinner, 1960-1961
  10. Red and White Conference in Chicago, 1961
  11. Arthur Young Roundtable (University of Chicago), 1961
  12. Controllers Institute (Milwaukee Chapter), 1961
  13. College Retirement Equities Fund Meeting (University of Chicago), 1961
  14. Wallis Remarks at the Conference on Conflict of Interest (University of Chicago Law School), 1961
  15. GE Advanced Management Course, 1961
  16. Illinois Bell Telephone Company, 1961
  17. Standard Oil, 1960
  18. Economic Club of Chicago, 1960
  19. Wallis, “The Economic Outlook for the Sixties” Speech and Other Material re: Public Relations Society of America, 1960
  20. St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, 1960
  21. Industrial Research Institute, Inc., 1961
  22. Kiwanis Club of Denver, 1960
  23. American Marketing Association and American Statistical Association Luncheon, 1960
  24. Ten Outstanding Young Men of Chicago, 1960
  25. Mortgage Bankers of American Annual Convention, 1960
  26. Wallis, “Price Stability and Economic Growth” (Speech Draft), Farm Foundation, 1960
  27. Machinery and Allied Products Institute, 1960
  28. Wallis, “The Economy in the Sixties” (American Hospital Association), 1960
  29. Standard Oil Company Jersey Roundtable, 1960
  30. Loeb Award/Wallis’s “Economic Growth: What, Why, How” (Washington), 1960
  31. Annual Dinner at Blackstone Hotel, 1960
  32. Alumni Day Conference at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1960
  33. Wallis, “Progress Against Inflation” (National Industrial Conference Board), 1960
  34. Wallis, “Inflation, Economic Growth, and Collective Bargaining” (Industrial Relations Research Association), 1959
  35. Tri-State Hospital Assembly, 1960
  36. Wellesley College, 1960
  37. Wallis, “Prosperity with Price Stability: Prospects for the ‘60s” (National Military-Industrial Conference), 1960
  38. Misc. Washington Material, 1960
  39. American Power Conference, 1960
  40. Wallis’s Speech at the Advertising Council, 1960
  41. Harvard Business School Lecture, 1960
  42. Charles E. Merrill Center for Research on Security Prices (University of Chicago), 1959
  43. Weekly Lecture Series (University of Chicago), 1959
  44. Wallis, “Some Aspects of the Problem of Inflation” (National Tax Association Conference), 1959
  45. Wallis’s Talk on Business Education at New York Associates Prospects, 1959
  46. Correspondence re: Wallis’s Articles, “Monkey Wrenches Within,” 1959
  47. Wallis Interview in Management Methods (University of Chicago), 1959
  48. Wallis, “Short-Cut Methods of Statistical Analysis” (American Society for Quality Control), 1956-1958
  49. ASA-AEA Meeting, 1958
  50. Logistics Conference Registration, 1959
  51. Wallis, “The Business of Schools of Business” (Article, Drafts, Correspondence), 1958-1959
  52. Wallis, “Challenges to the American Economy” (Committee for Economic Development), 1958
  53. Wallis Speech at University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Luncheon, 1958
  54. University of North Carolina School of Business Administration, 1958
  55. Wallis, “The Functions and Goals of Business Education and Schools of Business” (Panel Discussion), 1956
  56. Wallis, “Education for Banking” (Bank-Share Owners Advisory League), 1958
  57. Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration: Summer Case Seminar Program, 1958
  58. University of Chicago Material, 1957-1958
  59. School of Business Alumni Quadrangle Club, 1957
  60. Wallis, “Statistics as a Tool of Management” (American Hospital Assocation), 1957
  61. Room 100 Membership, 1957
  62. Wallis, “Statistics - Mathematical Viewpoint” (Conference on Mathematics in Engineering), 1956
  63. Wallis, “Randomness in Sampling for Auditing Speech” (Institute of Internal Auditors), 1956
  64. Statistical Research Center, 1956
  65. Illinois Institute of Technology Philosophy of Science Seminar, 1947
  66. “Atoms and Business” Notes (Chicago Economic Club), 1950
  67. Committee on Statistics/American Society for Quality Control, 1951-1955
  68. Wallis, “Statistics at Chicago” (The American Statistician), 1951
  69. Wallis Speech at Annual Trustee and Faculty Dinner (University of Chicago), 1953
  70. University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, 1953
  71. Wallis Speech at the University of Chicago Statistical Research Center, 1954
  72. Wallis, “Teaching Statistics to Executives” (American Statistical Association), 1953
  73. Wallis, “What Should We Do About Academic Freedom?” (American Association of University Professors), 1953
  74. Wallis, “Statistics in Design of Scientific Experiments (Research Institute Sponsors), 1954
  75. Wallis Speech at Trustees’ Luncheon (University of Chicago), 1955
  76. Wallis, “Shortcuts in Statistical Analysis” (Washington State College), 1956
  77. Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 1956
  78. Wallis, “Short-Cut Methods of Statistical Analysis” (American Society for Quality Control), 1956
  79. Speech Notes, 1949-1959
  80. Wallis, “The Plight of the Small College” (Atlantic Monthly), 1965
  81. A Positive Program for Conservatives Brochure with Wallis Speech, 1950

 


Box 30: University Surveys of Behavioral Sciences, Statistical Research Group, Academia, University of Chicago (1950s-1990s)

 

  • Award from the Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York, 1978
  • Notes, Minutes, Transcripts - Ford Foundation Behavioral Sciences Division: Program of the University Surveys of Behavioral Sciences, 1953
  • Notes, Minutes, Transcripts - Ford Foundation Behavioral Sciences Division: Program of the University Surveys of Behavioral Sciences, 1953-1954
  • Letters - Ford Foundation Behavioral Sciences Division: Program of University Surveys of Behavioral Sciences, 1954
  • University Chicago Committee on Statistics Lecture Notes: “Statistical Interface,” 1949
  • “Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data: Applications” (SRG), 1945
  • Universidad Francisco Marroquin (Guatemala), 1996
  • Universidad Francisco Marroquin (Guatemala), 1993

 


Box 31: Social Sciences Encyclopedia, Statistical Research Group (Book Draft), Correspondence (1940s-1960s)

 

  1. “Statistical Coverage in the Social Science Encyclopedia,” 1965
  2. International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences, 1968
  3. Correspondence (IESS), 1966
  4. IESS Forward, 1967
  5. Dr. Frank Knight (University of Chicago and University of Rochester), 1957-1972
  6. IESS Correspondence, 1967
  7. IESS Reviews, 1968-1969
  8. IESS Correspondence, 1969
  9. Chapter 12: Design of a Probit Experiment (Topic #14-MF) (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  10. Chapter 13: Abandoning Experiments (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  11. Chapter 14: Experiments Seeking Maxima (Topic #15-MF, LJS), 1945 (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  12. Chapter 15: Sample Means Being in Opposite Order to Population Means (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  13. W.G. Cochran, “Distribution of the Largest of a Set of Estimated Variances as a Fraction of Their Total” (Annals of Eugenics), 1944
  14. Chapter 16: Tables for Testing the Statistical Significance of the Deviation of the Largest of a Set of Sample Estimates of Variance” (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  15. Chapter 16: Cochran’s Test, 1946 (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  16. Chapter 17: Inverse Sine (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  17. Chapter 18: Sequential Analysis, 1944 (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  18. Expository Papers (Topic #30-SRG)
  19. Double Dichotomies, 1943-1945 (1 18-3AE, 3-6-AE)
  20. Correspondence with Paul Peach re: Acceptance Inspection, 1945
  21. Tukey, “Warning About Statistical Efficiency,” 1945 (SRG)
  22. Edward Molina, 1944
  23. Miscellaneous, 1945
  24. “To File,” 1945
  25. Chapter 20: Randomness (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  26. Sampling Inspection Foreward, Edited by Wallis and Friedman, 1946 (SRG)
  27. Part III: Recommended Sampling Procedures
  28. Revision of SRG 503, 1946 (Friedman)
  29. SRG 557: Technical Supplement and SRG 503 (First Draft)
  30. Charts for Sampling Inspection, 1946
  31. Office of Scientific Research and Development “Red Tape”
  32. Declassification, 1945-1946
  33. Additions to Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data, 1946
  34. Sequential Poisson, 1945
  35. Article on Tolerance Limits (Wallis/SRG), 1946
  36. Additions to Section II of Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data
  37. Chapter 2 of Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data
  38. Chapter 3 of Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data
  39. Chapter 4: Effects of Rounding or Grouping Data (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  40. Chapter 5: Acceptance Inspection When the Lot Quality is Measured by Range (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  41. Chapter 6: Variability of Amount of Information for Double, Multiple, and Sequential Sampling (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  42. Chapter 7: Planning and Analyzing Experiments for the Comparison of Two Percentages (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  43. Chapter 8: Planning and Interpreting Experiments for Comparing Two Standard Deviations (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  44. Chapter 9: Utilization of Limited Experimental Facilities When the Cost of Each Measurement Depends on its Magnitude (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  45. Chapter 10: Experiments in Which the Independent Variable is Known Only in Terms of a Probability Distribution (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  46. Chapter 11: Planning an Experiment for Estimating the Mean and Standard Deviation of a Normal Distribution from Observation of the Cumulative Distribution (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  47. Chapter 12: Abandoning an Experiment Prior to Completion (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  48. Chapter 13: Planning Experiments Seeking Maxima (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  49. Chapter 14: Probability That Sample Means are in Opposite Order to Population Means (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  50. Chapter 15: Significance of the Largest of a Set of Sample Estimates of Variance
  51. Chapter 16: Inverse Sine Transformation of Proportions (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  52. Chapter 17: Elements of Sequential Analysis (Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data)
  53. Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data Foreward, 1946
  54. Original Tables for Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data Chapter 1
  55. Sequential Analysis of Statistical Data Corrections
  56. Suggested Changes to Chapter 1
  57. “Figures for Vol. 3”
  58. Vol. 3 - Preliminary Planning
  59. Extra Copies of Acknowledgement Pages

 


Box 32: Speeches (1953-1976)

 

  1. Nos. 1-33, 1953-1956
  2. Nos. 34-61, 1957-1964
  3. Nos. 79-93, 1967-1968
  4. Nos. 94-122A, 1968-1971
  5. Nos. 123-160, 1971-1973
  6. Nos. 161-199, 1974-1976

 


Box 33: Speeches (1940-1966)

 

  1. Speeches and Articles, 1940-1947
  2. Speeches and Articles, 1947-1952
  3. Speeches and Articles, 1964-1965
  4. Speeches and Articles, 1965-1966

 


Box 34: Calendars, Correspondence, Eisenhower World Affairs Institute (1980s)

 

  1. Calendar, Jan.-June 1985
  2. Calendar, Jan.-Dec. 1986
  3. Correspondence (H), 1982-1983
  4. Correspondence (H), 1984
  5. Correspondence (H), 1985-1988
  6. Correspondence (I), 1982-1988
  7. Correspondence (J), 1983-1988
  8. Correspondence (K), 1982
  9. Correspondence (K), 1983-1984
  10. Correspondence (K), 1985
  11. Correspondence (K), 1986-1988
  12. Correspondence (L), 1982-1983
  13. Correspondence (L), 1984-1988
  14. Correspondence (M), 1982
  15. Correspondence (M), 1983
  16. Correspondence (M), Jan.-Sept. 1984
  17. Correspondence (M), Oct.-Dec. 1984
  18. Correspondence (M), 1985
  19. Correspondence (M), 1986-1988
  20. Correspondence (N), 1982-1983
  21. Correspondence (N), 1984-1989
  22. Correspondence (O), 1982-1984
  23. Correspondence (O), 1985-1988
  24. Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 1989

 


Box 35: Calendars, Correspondence (1980s)

 

  1. Appointment Book, 1987
  2. Appointment Book, 1988
  3. Calendars, 1982-1983
  4. International Travel, 1982-1985
  5. Correspondence (P), 1982-1984
  6. Correspondence (P), 1985-1989
  7. Correspondence (R), 1983
  8. Correspondence (R), 1984
  9. Correspondence (R), 1985-1988
  10. Correspondence (S), 1982
  11. Correspondence (S), Jan.-June 1983
  12. Correspondence (S), July-Dec. 1983
  13. Correspondence (S), 1984
  14. Correspondence (S), 1985-1988
  15. Correspondence (T), 1982-1983
  16. Correspondence (T), 1984
  17. Correspondence (T), 1985-1988
  18. Correspondence (U-V), 1982-1988
  19. Correspondence (W), 1982-1983
  20. Correspondence (W), 1984
  21. Correspondence (W), 1985-1988
  22. Correspondence (Y-Z), 1982-1988

 


Box 36: Correspondence (1980s)

 

  1. Correspondence (A), 1982-1984
  2. Correspondence (A), 1985-1988
  3. Correspondence (B), 1982-1983
  4. Correspondence (B), 1984
  5. Correspondence (B), 1985-1989
  6. Correspondence (C), 1982-1983
  7. Correspondence (C), 1984
  8. Correspondence (C), 1985-1988
  9. Correspondence (D), 1982-1983
  10. Correspondence (D), 1984
  11. Correspondence (D), 1985
  12. Correspondence (D), 1986-1988
  13. Correspondence (E), 1982-1984
  14. Correspondence (E), 1985-1988
  15. Correspondence (F), 1982-1984
  16. Correspondence (F), 1985-1988
  17. Correspondence (G), 1982-1983
  18. Correspondence (G), 1984
  19. Correspondence (G), 1985-1989
  20. Correspondence from US Presidents and Other Notables (Photocopies), 1959-1989

 


Box 37: Photographs, 1960s-1990s

 

  • Washington University Library
  • East Bay from Balboa
  • England, 1966
  • Harry Ellis Buildings, 1967
  • Guadalajara, 1971
  • Commission of Presidential Scholars Meeting at O’Hare Airport, 1972
  • Aerial Views of Chicago, 1973
  • Dunewood, 1975
  • Kodak Board, 1977
  • Eisenhower College Board, 1977
  • Bohemian Grove, Stanford, San Francisco, 1977
  • California Highway 1 from Golden Gate to Russian River and Stinson Beach, Bodega, Whiskey Flat, Bohemian Grove, 1977
  • Bohemian Grove and Anchorage, Alaska, 1977
  • Prudhoe Bay, Anchorage, Alaska, 1977
  • Venice, London (Oxford Street), 1977France, Berne, Zurich, Venice, 1977
  • Piazza San Marco, Venice, Rialto Italy, 1977
  • Xerox Award Meeting, 1978
  • Bohemian Grove Picnic, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park, Pacific Union Club, Gus and Dorothy Knecht, 1978
  • San Francisco, Twin Peaks, 1978
  • Hilton Head Island, 1978
  • Fairbanks, Anchorage, Pam Towill, Rob Stapleton, 1979
  • Bohemian Grove, Whiskey Flat, River Lair, Stage Decorations After the Flying Spear, 1979
  • Bohemian Grove, Whiskey Flat, Aerial Views of Nevada/Utah/Colorado, 1979
  • Bohemian Grove with Lester Crown and John Howard, 1979
  • Bohemian Grove, Eisenhower College Trustees, 1979
  • Plymouth, Bar Lake Road, 1980
  • Dunewood, Carol Crowley, Anne Hoffman Perry, Cordelia Hoffman, Mary Forbes, 1980
  • Caneel Bay, 1980
  • Kodak Plane, Metropolitan Board in Ottawa, 1980: Ed Lancaster, George Johnson, Ray Adam, Bob Schwartz, John Creedon, Martha Peterson, Al Nickerson
  • Kodak Office Building, 1981
  • Senior Prom at CCR, 1981
  • Naples, Florida, 1981
  • Adolph Stuber, 1981
  • Boca Raton, Metroplitan Lake, 1981
  • Law and Economics Conference, Los Angeles, 1981
  • Lake Powell and Rainbow Bridge, Utah, 1981
  • Lake Powell, Utah and Wupatki Ruins, Arizona, 1981
  • Bingham Copper Mine, Utah; Tom Barrow; Rod Davey, 1981
  • Caneel Bay, 1982
  • Walt Fallon and Dave Bien on Kodak Plane, Caneel Bay, 1982
  • Ted Cooper, Elmer Staats, Art O’Brien, Chas Rob, 1982
  • MetLife Reception, 1982: Phil Briggs, Elmer Staats, Geo Jenkins, Austin Lyons, Allan Ford, John Haynes
  • Tulsa, Bob Jones University, Chas Spahr, Bob Thomas, 1982
  • Hugh MacCauley, Fountain Statue, Ellis Phillips, Elizabeth Currier, Arden House, 1982
  • Lehigh University Campus, 1982
  • American Airlines, Bob Sherman, Colby Chandler, Dan Gill, Alex Hargrove, Mark Grier, Robert Sproull, 1982
  • Tulsa, Manhattan from New Jersey, Bob Thomas, Mapco Board Room, Nancy Kennedy, Bob Mayor, Andy Wolf, Eastman House, Madelon Talley, Edward Regan, 1982
  • Arctic Ocean Flight (Beaumont Sea), 1982
  • Roses in Front Yard, 1982
  • Arden House, 1982
  • Manhattan Island, 1983
  • John Van Voorhis, Walter Fallon, Pundit and Fortnightly Dinner, CCR, Jay Holmes, Cedree Roundtree, 1983
  • Chris Maxwell, Peter Brown, Frank Gordon, Bob Barre, Eric Hanushik, Stan Engerman, Bob Barro, 1983
  • Malcom Forbes Estate, Christopher Forbes House, Stillman College, Dick Eisenhart, 1983
  • Topham's Saudi Arabian Exhibit, 1983
  • London Economic Summit, Lancaster House, 1984
  • Kyoto and Nanzen-Ji Temple, Mount Fuji, Osaka to Tokyo, 1985
  • Sherpa Meeting in Kyoto, Nijo Castle, Nangen-Ji Temple, 1985
  • Berlin Sherpa Meeting, Berlin Wall, 1985
  • Islamabad Ambassador's Residence, Taxila Museum, Gandhara Ruins, 1985
  • Lahore, Islamabad, Mosques, 1985
  • Rural Village in India, 1985
  • Conference in Singapore, 1986: Yi Kewei Sge, Jeremiah Kaplan, John H.G. Pell, Ralph Hansmann, Abraham Gitlow, Joseph Schwartz, Bill Reilly, Ned Evans
  • Tokyo Sherpa Summit, Ram Bouillet, PJ Moeller, 1986
  • Corregidor Island, 1987
  • Caneel Bay; Mary and Robert Sproull; Jupiter, Florida, 1988
  • Caneel Bay, 1989
  • Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Robert Sproull’s Apartment, Florida, 1993
  • Sea Ranch; Jenner, California; and Robert Freeman, 1993
  • Bohemian Grove, 1993

 


Box 38: Photographs, 1970s-1990s

 

  • Mary Ann Collison, Roy Ridgeway
  • Suzdal, Vladimir, Moscow
  • Moscow, Warsaw, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Baikal
  • Bratsk and Irkutsk
  • Belz, Freund, 1973
  • Canandaigua, Naples Area, 1974
  • Kodak; Hemel Hempstead; Wilanowa, Poland; 1975
  • Caneel Bay, 1977
  • Standard Oil Board of Directors Alaska Trip, 1979
  • Two New York Times Photographs, Two AP Photographs, 1980
  • Kennett Copper Production and Cove Fort, Utah, 1981
  • Cedar Mountain and Lake Powell, Utah, 1981
  • Lake Powell, Wahweap Lodge, Utah, Arizona, 1981
  • Mary Ann Collison, Roy Ridgeway, 1982
  • Dunewood, Nelson Leonard, Wallis’s Cottage, 1982
  • Toronto, 1982
  • Bohemian Grove, Whiskey Flat, Russell Johnson, Pierson Plumming, Harvey Somers, Bill Briggs, Buz Hearn, 1983
  • Cortland, New York; Adam House; Harriman; 1983
  • Peter Walters, Alton Whitehouse, John Miller, Chas Lavery, 1983
  • Bangkok, Toronto Sherpa Summit, Washington, Ontario Sherpa Meeting, 1986
  • Jerusalem, 1986
  • Camberra and Sydney, 1986
  • Venice, Hong Kong, 1987
  • Cave Man Camp at Bohemian Grove, Silver Oak Winery in Napa Valley, Korea, 1988
  • Seoul, South Korea, 1988
  • Hong Kong, Manila, South Korea, 1988
  • China, Hong Kong, South Korea, 1988
  • Bangkok, Toronto Sherpa Summit, Washington, Ontario Sherpa Meeting, 1988
  • Caneel Bay, 1989
  • Milton Friedman and Others at Rivers End Inn in Jenna, California, 1993

 


Box 39: Photographs, 1960s-1980s

 

  • Miscellaneous (Conferences, etc.)
  • Kodak Construction
  • Washington, D.C. and Nixon
  • Japan, 1965
  • University of Chicago Party, 1966
  • Apollo 8 Celebration Dinner, 1969
  • Portrait and Passport Photographs, 1970s
  • Stigler, Friedman, Jones, 1972
  • Soviet Union and Poland, 1975
  • Vice President George Bush Inauguration, 1981
  • Bob Morris’s Retirement Party and 50th Anniversary, 1985
  • Asia Society Dinner, 1985

 


Box 40: University of Chicago, Academia, Associations, Papers and Articles (1950s-1960s)

 

  1. Correspondence re: Wilson D. and Grace Wallis’s Our Social World, 1953
  2. Report of the Committee on the Teaching of Statistics (University of Michigan), 1956
  3. University of Pennsylvania, 1957
  4. Berelson, “The Cliché Expert Testifies on the Social Sciences,” 1954
  5. Encyclopedia Britannica, 1955
  6. Butler, Erewhon
  7. Fried, “Mark Twain in Buffalo” (Niagara Frontier), 1958
  8. Purdue University Resolution on Academic Freedom
  9. “Suggestions for Preparing Statistical Reports and Memoranda”
  10. “The Turbo-Encabulator in Industry” (Pamphlet)
  11. Limitation of Number of Tenure Appointments (Wallis, University of Chicago), 1951
  12. Miller, “How Newton Discovered the Law of Gravitation,” 1963
  13. University of California Loyalty Oath, 1955-1956
  14. Committee of the Council of the Senate (University of Chicago), Subcommittee on 4E Contract, 1951
  15. Report of the Committee on Faculty Activities (University of Chicago), 1952
  16. Council of the University Senate Agenda (University of Chicago), 1952
  17. Council of the University Senate Minutes (U. Chicago), 1955-1956
  18. Council of the University Senate (University of Chicago), Report of the Subcommittee on University-Industry Relations, 1955
  19. Harvard Business School Visiting Professors (University of Chicago), 1962
  20. Wallis, “The American Economy” (College of the Air), 1962
  21. Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, 1962
  22. Pittsburgh Press Editorial on Wallis, 1962
  23. Air Force Institute of Technology (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base), 1962 (1)
  24. Air Force Institute of Technology (Wright-Patterson Air Force Base), 1962 (2)
  25. Wallis, “America’s Secret Economic Weapon” and Cleveland TV Appearance, 1962
  26. Tax Foundation Dinner, Chicago Club, 1962
  27. Flossmoor/South Area Industrial Conference, 1962
  28. Geological Education Orientation Study, 1962
  29. Studies on Automation (American Assembly), 1962
  30. University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Meetings and Promotional Material, 1961-1962
  31. Intercollegiate Society of Individualists (University of Chicago), 1962
  32. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1963
  33. American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, 1962
  34. Vassar Club (University of Chicago), 1962
  35. Carlton College, Minnesota, 1962
  36. Macalester College, Minnesota, 1962
  37. Appearance on Off the Cliff TV Show About the University of Chicago and Higher Education, 1962
  38. Houston Luncheon for the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, 1962
  39. Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Annual Meeting, 1962
  40. American Economic Association Annual Meeting, 1961
  41. Worthington, “An Agreement We Need” (United States Steel Corporation), 1962
  42. Conference of National Organizations, 1962
  43. Northwestern University Symposium: Commitment to the American Economy, 1962
  44. Forecast on Economic Expansion, 1962
  45. University of Dallas, 1962
  46. Notre Dam Distinguished Persons Lecture, 1962
  47. American Economic Association, 1961
  48. Tax Foundation Membership Meeting, 1961
  49. “The American Business System” (National Education Television), 1961
  50. Conference on National Defense and Taxation (Tax Foundation), 1961
  51. Toward Better Government Through Citizen Understanding (Thomas Jefferson Center for Studies on Political Economy), 1961
  52. Financial Analysis Federation, 1961
  53. Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America, 1961
  54. National Opinion Research Center, 1961
  55. Minnesota Economic Association, 1961
  56. Wallis, “America’s Secret Economic Weapon” (Rotary Club/Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce), 1961
  57. Armed Forces Management Association, 1961
  58. University of Florida, 1961
  59. Iowa State College Press, 1953

 


Box 41: University of Chicago, Individuals, Government, Press Coverage, Papers and Articles (1930s-1980s)

 

  1. Cartoons on Overregulation, 1951
  2. Appointment of George Pratt Shultz as Dean of University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, 1962
  3. Salary Arrangements with Government and University of Chicago, 1959-1961
  4. Appointment as Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Reagan Admin.), 1982 (1 of 2)
  5. Appointment as Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (Reagan Admin.), 1982 (2 of 2)
  6. Correspondence, 1942
  7. Leonard Jimmie Savage, 1963-1971 (1 of 2)
  8. Leonard Jimmie Savage, 1963-1971 (2 of 2)
  9. Leonard Jimmie Savage, 1950-1963 (1 of 2)
  10. Leonard Jimmie Savage, 1950-1963 (2 of 2)
  11. University of Chicago Miscellaneous, c. 1961
  12. 25th Anniversary Reunion of the White House Staff of President Eisenhower, 1978
  13. Press Coverage of the Teamsters’ Strike in Minneapolis, 1934
  14. Correspondence, 1940-1941
  15. Wallis, “Critics Challenge Morality of Press,” “An Appeal for Fairness,” and Other Coverage of Watergate, 1973
  16. John D. Williams, 1958-1964
  17. Miscellaneous Papers and Articles (1 of 2)
  18. Miscellaneous Papers and Articles (2 of 2)
  19. Miscellaneous Articles (Newspaper)
  20. Wallis Speeches and Papers, 1960s (1 of 2)
  21. Wallis Speeches and Papers, 1960s (2 of 2)
  22. Wallis Speeches and Papers, 1970s
  23. Miscellaneous, 1960s-1970s

 


Box 42: Social Sciences Encyclopedia, Government, Press Coverage, Correspondence, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences

 

  1. Wallis Speeches, 1960s
  2. Wallis Articles, 1960s
  3. White House Press Releases, 1959-1960
  4. Washington Correspondence, Nov. 1959
  5. Washington Correspondence, Dec. 1959
  6. Washington Correspondence, Jan. 1960
  7. Washington Correspondence, Feb. 1960
  8. Washington Correspondence, March 1960
  9. Washington Correspondence, April 1960
  10. Washington Correspondence, May 1960
  11. Washington Correspondence, June-July 1960
  12. Washington Correspondence, Aug.-Sept. 1960
  13. Washington Correspondence, Nov.-Dec. 1960
  14. Ruth Sawtell Wallis Bibliography (International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences), 1964
  15. Correspondence re: Harvard and University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Deanship, 1956
  16. Tax Committee for the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, 1957-1958
  17. Tax Data for the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, 1957-1958
  18. Correspondence, 1961, 1970, 1975, 1977
  19. Miscellaneous

 


Box 43: University Surveys of Behavioral Sciences, Associations, Papers and Articles, Government, University of Chicago (1940s-1960s)

 

  1. Wallis, “Guidelines as Instruments of Economic Policy” (Proceedings of a Symposium on Business-Government Relations), 1966
  2. Acceptance Sampling: A Symposium (Comments by Wallis), 1950
  3. Wallis, “The 1953-54 Program of the University Surveys of the Behavioral Sciences,” 1955
  4. Wallis, “Economic Growth: What, Why, How” and “Down-to-Earth Observations Regarding Economic Growth,” 1960
  5. Wallis, “The Economic Outlook for the Sixties,” 1960
  6. Wallis, “The Conditions of Economic Progress,” 1960
  7. Wallis, “Economic Statistics and Economic Policy” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1966
  8. Wallis, “Economics of Ignorance and Vice Versa,” 1964
  9. Wallis and Friedman, “The Empirical Derivation of Indifference Functions” (Studies in Mathematical Economics and Ecometrics)
  10. Wallis, “The Economy in the Sixties,” 1960
  11. Wallis, “Use of Variables in Acceptance Inspection for Per Cent Defective” (Lecture Notes Prepared by Robert Panfil), 1949
  12. Wallis, “Adjustment of Output to Prevailing Prices” (Yale), 1937
  13. Wallis, “Statistical Analysis” (c. 1930s-1940s)
  14. University of Chicago Roundtable: Industrial Uses of Atomic Energy in the Next Ten Years (Wallis comments), 1952
  15. Wallis, “Business and Government,” 1964
  16. Wallis, “The Business of Schools of Business” (Business Horizons)
  17. 17: Wallis, “Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces in University Organization” (Daedalus), 1964
  18. Wallis, “Compounding Probabilities from Independent Significance Tests (Journal of the Econometric Society), 1942
  19. Wallis, “Cooperation Between Private and Public Colleges” (University of Buffalo), 1964
  20. Wallis, “The Correlation Ratio for Ranked Data” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1939
  21. Wallis, “Unemployment: Whose Problem?”, 1961
  22. Economic Club Program Committee Correspondence, 1961-1962
  23. Vice-Presidency of the Economic Club of Chicago, 1962
  24. Transcript: “Eisenhower on the Presidency” (CBS), 1961
  25. Marion Harper, Jr., 1961
  26. Institute of Mathematical Statistics - Race Relations, 1953
  27. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Finance Committee, 1962
  28. University of Chicago Fellowship in Business and Economics for Journalists, 1960-1961
  29. Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, Inc. (Friedman), 1962
  30. Plagiarism Case with Business Topics (“Down-to-Earth Observations Regarding Economic Growth”), 1962
  31. Correspondence with Richard Nixon, 1961-1962
  32. Draft of Editorial for National Observer Newspaper, 1962
  33. National Opinion Research Center Board of Directors Resignation, 1962
  34. Possible Write-Up for a Shopping Center Mortgage Deal, 1960
  35. Misc. Publicity Clippings, 1959-1962
  36. Nicholas Shuman, 1961
  37. Wallis’s Response to Remarks of Sen. Paul H. Douglas, 1960
  38. Wallis, “Statement on the Stock Market” (NBC), 1962
  39. Surveys of Levels of Economic Understanding (American Bankers Association), 1960
  40. Bureau of the Budget’s Study of the Government’s Role in the 1957-58 Recession, 1960
  41. Council for Economic Growth and Security, Inc., 1961-1962
  42. Prynce Hopkins, 1956-1957
  43. Santa Fe Railroad Case and Wallis’s Testimony (Interstate Commerce Commission), 1946
  44. Correspondence with The Saturday Review, 1958-1960
  45. Notes for Time-Life-Fortune, 1952
  46. United Airlines Correspondence, 1957

 


Box 44: Government, Press Coverage, University of Chicago, Associations, Individuals (1930s-1960s)

 

  1. Press Clippings, 1959
  2. Wallis Speeches and White House Press Releases, 1960
  3. Cabinet Committee on Price Stability for Economic Growth Interim Report to the President, 1959
  4. Press Clippings re: Cabinet Committee on Price Stability Interim Report, 1959
  5. Interim Report Editorial Clippings, 1959
  6. Press Clippings re: Wallis and the Interim Report, 1959
  7. Press Clippings and White House Memos re: Vice President’s Cabinet Committee, 1960
  8. White House Policy Papers, 1959-1960
  9. Agricultural Policy, 1960
  10. Wallis’s Cabinet Committee Papers, 1959-1960
  11. White House Envelopes and Stationary (blank)
  12. Business Strategies for Inflation (Friedman), 1960
  13. Galbraith on Wallis, 1960
  14. “The Concept and Measurement of Economic Growth,” 1960
  15. Clark-Reuss Bills, 1960
  16. Memoranda re: Bill H.R. 10, 1960
  17. Misc. Items from Washington Correspondence, 1959-1960
  18. Wallis Editorial About Kennedy for the National Observer, 1962
  19. Richard Nixon, 1959-1960
  20. Committees on Price Stability and Inflation, 1960
  21. GNP Projections, 1960
  22. Recent Price History, 1960
  23. Republican Platform Committee, 1960
  24. Speech Notes
  25. Wallis Letter and Press Clippings on Steel Strike, 1962
  26. “Managing Our Money, Our Budget, and Our Debt” (pamphlets), Cabinet Committee on Price Stability, 1959
  27. Washington Correspondence, 1959
  28. Washington Correspondence, 1960
  29. Internal White House Memoranda, 1959-1960
  30. Memoranda and Correspondence to the President and Vice-President, 1959-1960
  31. Miscellaneous, 1959-1960
  32. Lazar Volin, 1959-1960
  33. The Loyalty Provision of the National Defense Education Act, 1959-1960
  34. Proceedings of the Second Annual Statistical Engineering Symposium, 1956
  35. Wallis, “Short-Cut Statistical Methods,” 1951
  36. Wallis and Moore, “A Significance Test for Time Series Analysis,” 1940
  37. Wallis and Moore, “The Series Significance Test Based on Signs of Difference,” 1940
  38. Wallis, “Standard Sampling-Inspection Procedures,” 1947
  39. Wallis, “Statistics as a Tool of Management,” 1957
  40. Wallis and Roberts, “Statistics in Administration,” 1958
  41. Wallis, “Statistics: The Modern Magic” (Stanford Radio Hour), 1939
  42. Wallis, “Lingering Effects of the Steel Price Dispute,” 1962
  43. Wallis, “Teaching Methods and Current Statistical Curricula at the University of Chicago,” 1952
  44. Wallis, “Teaching Statistics to Executives,” 1953
  45. Wallis, “The Temporal Stability of Consumption Patterns,” 1942

 


Box 45: Press Coverage, Government (1960s-1970s)

 

  1. University of Chicago Miscellaneous
  2. Wallis, “The Influence of Color on Apparent Size,” “Abolish the Draft,” “A Plan of Action for Higher Education in the State of New York,” 1935-1971
  3. Nixon Press Clippings, 1966-1973
  4. Milton Friedman Press Clippings, 1963-1976
  5. Corporate Viewpoints – Interviews with Top Managers: Wallis, 1972
  6. Wallis, "Financing Higher Education – A Pragmatic Approach" (Experimentally Speaking), 1975

 


Box 46: Correspondence, Press Coverage, University of Chicago, Papers and Articles (1940s-1960s)

 

  1. Wallis’s Foreward to Taplin’s Advertising: A New Approach, 1963
  2. Wallis’s Letter to the New York Times re: Khrushchev (Ezra Taft Benson), 1961
  3. Wallis, “Neo-Mercantilism and the Unmet Social Need-ers” (Modern Age: A Conservative Review), 1962
  4. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. (Sampling Inspection/Friedman), 1951-1956
  5. “Sequential Analysis” Reports and Correspondence (SRG), 1944-1947
  6. Collier Books (Statistics: A New Approach Paperback Edition), 1961-1962
  7. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. (Techniques of Statistical Analysis), 1950-1964
  8. Wallis’s Letter to Science Magazine “Installment Buying,” 1962
  9. “What Caused Today’s Recession?” Wallis Interview in U.S. News & World Report, 1961
  10. Wallis’s Letter to Fortune Magazine re: Silberman’s “What Happened to the U.S. Economy,” 1961
  11. Biographical Vitas Sent in Response to Inquiries, c. 1961
  12. Press Clippings, 1960
  13. Senate Congressional Record, 1960
  14. Newspaper Editorials by Wallis, 1960
  15. Correspondence re: Job Openings, 1948-1949
  16. Personal Library (Haskell #121)
  17. Wallis, “Price Control” (American Economic Review), 1943
  18. Wallis, “The Price System” (The Freeman), 1957
  19. Wallis Supplement to “Rough-and-Ready Statistical Tests,” 1954
  20. “Sequential Tests of Statistical Significance” (SRG), 1944
  21. Cabinet Committee Statements and Wallis Speeches, 1960
  22. Washington Correspondence, March 1959
  23. Washington Correspondence, April 1959
  24. Washington Correspondence, May 1959
  25. Washington Correspondence, June 1959
  26. Washington Correspondence, July 1959
  27. Washington Correspondence, Aug. 1959
  28. Washington Correspondence, Sept. 1959
  29. Washington Correspondence, Oct. 1959

 


Box 47: National Research/Resources Committee, Correspondence, Associations, University of Chicago, Government (1930s-1960s)

 

  1. Wallis, “Indexes of Production of Durable and Nondurable Manufactures,” 1939-1940
  2. Iron Ore (National Bureau of Economic Research), 1940-1941
  3. Iron and Steel, c. 1939-1940
  4. Iron and Steel Scrap, 1938
  5. Industrial Equipment, 1940
  6. Aluminum and Rayon, 1938
  7. Iron and Steel - Seasonals
  8. American Economic Association Committee on Group Insurance, 1961-1962
  9. American Institute of Management, 1955
  10. Jorgenson-Henshaw Dispute (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1964
  11. Army Operations Research, 1953-1954
  12. Illinois Governor’s Commission on Revenue and Taxation, 1961
  13. Committee on Professional Standards, 1962
  14. Cabinet Committee Statements - Records of Prices, 1959
  15. Tax Foundation - Minutes and Correspondence, 1962-1963
  16. Science Advisory Council to the New York State Legislature, 1963-1964
  17. National Academy of Sciences - Committee on Applied Mathematical Statistics, 1957
  18. Union Tank Car Company - Personal Security Clearance, 1962
  19. Union Tank Car Company - Contract with Edwin Locke, 1962
  20. Wallis, “How to Ration Consumers’ Goods and Control Their Prices” (American Economic Review), 1942
  21. University of Chicago 1962 Convocation Program
  22. Wallis, “Some Aspects of the Problem of Inflation” (National Tax Association), 1959
  23. Wallis, “The Influence of Color on Apparent Size” (Journal of General Psychology), 1935
  24. Wallis, et al, “Comments on Studies of Inter-Industry Relations” (National Securities Resources Board), 1948
  25. Wallis, “Statistics of the Kinsey Report” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1949
  26. Wallis, “Monkey Wrenches Within” (Saturday Review), 1959
  27. Wallis, “Neo-Mercantilism and the Unmet Social Need-ers” and “The Public vs. the Private Sector,” 1962-1963
  28. Wallis, “Some Useful Nonparametric Measures,” 1957
  29. Wallis and Kruskal, “Use of Ranks in One-Criterion Variance Analysis” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1952
  30. Wallis and Kruskal, “Use of Ranks in One-Criterion Variance Analysis” (Journal of the American Statistical Association), 1952

 


Box 48: Photographs, Slides, Correspondence (1950s-1990s)

 

  • Slides (Mexico): Villahermosa, Palenque, Uxsmal, Chichen-Itza, 1975
  • Lausanne, Chamonix, Milan
  • Virgin Islands
  • Caneel Bay
  • Wallis with Richard Nixon at Bohemian Grove
  • Bohemian Grove, 1964-1965
  • National Bureau of Economic Research (Arden House), 1966
  • Meeting in Honolulu, 1973
  • Christmas 1975
  • Crown Prince and Princess of Japan in Washington, 1987
  • Mont Pelerin Society General Meeting, 1990
  • Guatemala, 1992
  1. S. Venkitaramarian (India), 1986-1987
  2. US-Korea Economic Consultation, 1986
  3. Correspondence with Photographs, 1984-1988
  4. New York Times Portrait, 1984
  5. Gloria Marshall
  6. IEA Minister (Paris), 1987
  7. The Executive Club of Chicago Dinner, 1986
  8. Signed Portraits of Friends
  9. University of Chicago, 1950s-1960s
  10. Latin American Matters, 1980s
  11. Inter-American Development Bank Meeting, 1987
  12. Portraits (Dups)
  13. Social Events, c. 1980s
  14. Portraits, c. 1970s-1980s
  15. Mont Pelerin Society, 1990-1997
  16. Washington International Business Council, 1983
  17. Speaking at American Enterprise Institute Lunch (Madison Hotel), 1988
  18. Aerial Photograph of Finger Lakes
  19. US-Japan Subcabinet Meeting, 1985
  20. US Missions in Europe - London, 1983
  21. President Reagan, 1980s
  22. US Government, 1980s
  23. International Affairs, 1980s
  24. Black and White Portraits (Dups)
  25. University of Rochester, University of Chicago, Milton Friedman, c. 1960s
  26. Misc. United States, 1970s-1990s
  27. Europe, 1986-1988
  28. Africa, 1988
  29. Latin America/Caribbean, 1988
  30. Moscow, 1985-1988
  31. Asia, 1984-1986
  32. Singapore, 1985
  33. Sherpa Meeting, 1988
  34. Unlabeled Photographs
  35. Album: Retirement Party of John R. Stafford, Director of Metropolitane Life Insurance Co., 1997
  36. Trip to Asia, 1965

 


Box 49: Photographs (1980s)

 

  1. Album: Europe, 1984
  2. Album: Turkey, Ephesus, Topkapi Palace, 1986
  3. Tokyo Summit Framed Group Photograph (Yasuhiro Nakasone Autograph), 1986
  4. Framed Autographed Portrait of Nakasone, c. 1986
  5. Framed Autographed Portrait of Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 1985

 


Box 50: Statistical Research Group, University of Chicago, University Surveys of the Behavioral Sciences, “American Business System” (1940s-1960s)

 

  • Two Binders of SRG Documents: Correspondence, Specifications, Memoranda, etc.
  1. Notes Taken by Bertrand N. Bauer on Wallis’s Lectures (University of Chicago School of Business Executive Program), 1956
  2. Correspondence re: Program of the University Surveys in the Behavioral Sciences (Draft and Final Report), 1955
  3. Behavioral Sciences Survey - Bibliographies/Abstract, 1946-1954
  4. Bonbright Report (Survey of the Behavioral Sciences), 1953
  5. Correspondence with Rockefeller Foundation re: Fluid Grants (Survey of the Behavioral Sciences), 1954
  6. Recruitment into the Behavioral Sciences (Shirley Heinze), 1953-1954
  7. Misc. Memoranda with Recommendations (Survey of the Behavioral Sciences), 1954
  8. Proposal for Self-Study Program (Survey of the Behavioral Sciences), c. 1955
  9. University of Chicago and Stanford Reports on Geography, c. 1955
  10. “A Report on the Behavioral Sciences at the University of Chicago” (Proposed Final Draft), 1954
  11. Report of the Chicago Committee on Communications - Supplementary Documents, c. 1954
  12. Final Report of the Visiting Committee (University of Chicago “Self-Survey of the Behavioral Sciences”), 1954
  13. Memo re: Status of Chicago Survey, 1954
  14. Application for a Grant for a Self-Study of Harvard’s Program in the Behavioral Sciences, 1953
  15. Report of the Visiting Committee (Draft) - Harvard Survey of the Behavioral Sciences, 1954
  16. Statistics at Harvard (Harvard Survey of the Behavioral Sciences), 1954
  17. A Program of Self-Study by the Behavioral Sciences of the University of Michigan (Proposal), 1953
  18. Michigan Visiting Committee Final Report of Behavioral Science, c. 1954
  19. “The Detroit Area Study” - University of Michigan and the Ford Foundation, c. 1954
  20. North Carolina University Report on the Behavioral Sciences, c. 1954
  21. “Self-Study Program in the Behavioral Sciences” (University of North Carolina/Visiting Committee), 1954
  22. North Carolina University Behavioral Sciences Focal Report, 1954
  23. Proposal for a Self-Study of the Behavioral Sciences (North Carolina University), c. 1954
  24. Behavioral Sciences at Stanford Report (Draft), c. 1954
  25. Paul Lazarsfeld Memo on Applied Social Research (Stanford Self-Survey Committee), 1954
  26. Lazarsfeld, “Proposal to Establish an Institute for Training in Social Research,” c. 1949-1950
  27. Papers from Ford Foundation Seminar on the Sociology of Knowledge, 1953
  28. Ford Foundation/Behavioral Sciences, 1953-1954
  29. American Business System Shooting Script, 1962
  30. American Business System Shooting Script, 1962
  31. American Business System Shooting Script, 1962

 


Box 51: Stanford Survey of the Behavioral Sciences (1953-1954)

 

  1. Report of the Visiting Committee, 1954
  2. Report of the Executive Committee and Staff, 1954
  3. Kephart and McNulty, “Liberal Education and Business” (Columbia University), 1953

 


Box 52: Economic Summits (1975-1989)

 

  1. “Economic Summits, 1975-1986: Declarations” (1987 Venice Summit)
  2. Guidebook to Italy (1987 Venice Summit)
  3. Guide and Program (1987 Venice Summit)
  4. Six Personal Logs (Unknown Summits)

 


Box 53: Draft of Statistics: A New Approach (1956)

 

  1. Chapter 1
  2. Chapter 2
  3. Chapter 3
  4. Chapter 4
  5. Chapter 6
  6. Chapter 7
  7. Chapter 8

 


Box 54: University of Rochester (CONFIDENTIAL)

Box 55: Mexico Color Slides (1975)

Box 56: Photograph Album: Asia (1965)

Box 57: Photographs

 

  • U. Chicago Graduate School of Business luncheon, Jan 18, 1976
  • Richard Nixon, 1950s-70s
  • White House photographs from Senator Robert Taft, Jr., 1971
  • “President’s Office,” June 25, 1969
  • Alfred Kingon, Delors Office, EEC Brussels, 1988
  • 1500th Meeting of the Pundit Club: members of the Fortnightly Club and the Humdrum Club, Jan 4, 1970 (UR, Kodak)
  • Wallis portraits, 1980-1982
  • UR Trustees, May 1945: Horace T. Taylor, James E. Gleason, Kendell B. Castle, M. Herbert Eisenhart, Edward G. Miner, Marion Arrent Fry, Frank W. Lovejoy, Martin T. Tiernan, Herbert S. Weet, Gilbert J.C. McCurdy, Albert D. Kaiser, Amory Houghton, Bishop Rheinhimer, Thomas J. Hargrove, Pres. Alan Valentine, Carl A. Lohman, Harper Sibley, Raymond N. Ball, Raymond L. Thompson (Treasurer), Ernest A. Paviour, Thomas G .Spencer
  • Signed group portrait, c. late 1980s, 1990s
  • Worldwide Unity Taxation Working Group, May 1, 1984 (list of names on back)
  • Matted Judge magazine cover - “Our Colleges?”
  • Signed portrait of Ezra Taft Benson (President of LDS Church)
  • Kodak Board, Dec 22, 1966: Harmon Brereton, Theodor Achilles, John Collyer, Fred Crawford, Ted Curtis, Bill Price, Bill Shepherd, Gerald Zornow, Wren Gabel, Wilhelm Vaughn, Al Chapman, Louis Eilers, Clarence Wynd, Herman Waggershauser

 


Box 58: Photographs and Photograph Albums (1960s-1970s)

 

  • Photograph Album: Wilson Commons, 1976
  • Wallis and UR Trustee Joseph Wilson (Xerox) - photograph for Fortune magazine
  • Kodak Board (4 undated/unlabeled)
  • Kodak Board, May 11, 1978: Hatfield, Harvey, Zartman, Anderson, Walter Fallon, Wiley Robson, Cole, Duncan, Gerald Zornow, Perkins, Wallis
  • Kodak Board, May 20, 1971: Ira Werle, Herman Waggershauser, Harmon Brereton, Don Perkins, Welsh, John Meyer, David Wright, Walter Fallon, Louis Eilers, Gerald Zornow, Neeley, Wilhelm Vaughn, Norman Beach, Theodor Achilles, Robert Miller
  • Kodak Board, Dec 1972: Ira Werle, Herman Waggershauser, Harmon Brereton, Don Perkins, Fred Welch, John Meyer, Wiley Robson, David Wright, Louis Eilers, Walter Fallon, Harry McNeeley, Norman Beach, Robert Miller, Gerald Zornow, Wilhelm Vaughn, Theodor Achilles
  • Kodak Board, May 22, 1975

 


Box 59: Photograph Album: Alaska (1977)

Box 60: Certificates and Invitations (1962-1988)

 

  • Honorary Citizen of the State of Texas, Signed by Governor, Jan. 12, 1962
  • Member of the National Commission on Productivity, Signed by President Nixon, July 10, 1970
  • Member of the National Council on Educational Research, Signed by President Nixon, June 10, 1973
  • Member of the Commission on Presidential Scholars, Signed by President Nixon, April 28, 1969
  • United States Alternate Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank, Signed by President Reagan, Sept. 16, 1988
  • Order Designating Wallis as Chairman of the Presidential Scholars, Signed by President Ford, June 17, 1975
  • Member of the Presidential Scholars, Signed by President Ford, June 17, 1975
  • Election of Wallis to the Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 13, 1964
  • Recognition of Exemplary Service in the Presidential Transition, Office of the President-Elect, Signed by President-Elect Reagan, Nov.-Jan. 1980-1981
  • Invitation to the Inauguration of President Reagan on Jan. 20, 1981
  • Invitation to the Inauguration of John Davison Rockefeller as Governor of West Virginia on Jan. 19, 1981

 


Box 61: Photograph Album: Tropical Vacation

Box 62: Photograph Album: Mara-Mara Game Park, Kenya (1988)

Box 63: Photograph Album Album: European Briefing Program (1977)

Boxes 64-66: University of Rochester (CONFIDENTIAL)

 

Box 66 also contains University of Rochester photographs that are not part of the confidential material.

Box 67: University of Rochester Photographs (1960s-1990s)

Box 68: Framed Certificates (1982)

  • Appointment as the Alternate Governor of the African Development Bank. Signed by Ronald Reagan, Feb. 17, 1982.
  • Appointment as the United States Alternate Governor of the African Development Bank. Signed by Ronald Reagan, Dec. 10, 1982.

 


Box 69: Framed Certificate (1982)

 

  • Appointment as the United States Alternate Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank. Signed by Ronald Reagan, Dec. 10, 1982.

 


Box 70: Framed Certificate (1982)

 

  • Appointment as United States Alternate Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Signed by Ronald Reagan, Dec. 10, 1982.

 


Box 71: Framed Certificate (1982)

 

 

  • Appointment as the United States Alternate Governor of the Asian Development Bank. Signed by Ronald Reagan, Dec. 10, 1982.