Marion Bayard Folsom Papers

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Marion Bayard Folsom Papers
Creator: Folsom, Marion Bayard, 1893-1976
Call Number: D.59
Dates: 1912-1975
Physical Description: 155 boxes, 18 Volumes, 17 scrapbooks
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
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Content List
I. Miscellaneous Topics, Chronological
Box 1: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1922-1938.
Box 2: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1939.
Box 3: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1940-1948.
Box 4: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1949-1951.
Box 5: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1952-1953.
Box 6: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1953-1954
Box 7: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1954-1957.
Box 8: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1958-1959.
Box 9: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1960.
Box 10: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1960-1961.
Box 11: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1962.
Box 12: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1963.
Box 13: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 19640
Box 14: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1965-1966.
Box 15: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1967.
Box 16: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1967.
II. Social Security
Box 17: Social Security. Material Gathered for a Book.
Box 18: Social Security. Correspondence.
Box 19: Social Security. Correspondence.
Box 20: Social Security. Committee on Economic Security. Advisory Council on Economic Security. 1934-1935.
Box 21: Social Security. U.S. Senate. Committee on Finances Advisory Council on Social Security.
Box 22: Social Security. U.S. Senate. Committee on Finance. Advisory Council on Social Security.
Box 23 Social Security.
Box 24: Social Security. Social Science Research Council.
Box 25: Social Security. U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Social Security Committee.
Box 26: Social Security. U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Social Security Committee.
Box 27: Social Security. National Association of Manufacturers. Employee Benefits and Social Security Committee.
Box 28: Social Security. Health Insurance.
Box 29: Social Security.
Box 30: Social Security.
Box 31: Social Security. U.S. Department of Labor. Bureau of Employment Security. Federal Advisory Council on Employment Security.
Box 32: Social Security.
Box 33: Social Security. Consultative Social Security Committee. 1953.
Box 34: Social Security. Consultative Social Security Committee. 1953.
Box 35: Social Security.
Box 36: Social Security.
Box 37: Social Security. Advisory Council on Social Security Financing.
Box 38 Social Security.
III. Unemployment insurance
Box 39: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 40: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 41: Unemployment Insurance. New York Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council.
Box 42: Unemployment Insurance. New York Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council.
Box 43: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 44: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 45: Unemployment Insurance.
IV. U.S. House Of Representatives, special committee on postwar economic policy and planning. (Colmer Committee)
Box 46: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee).
Box 47: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Correspondence.
Box 48: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Background Material for Reports. 1944- 1946.
Box 49: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Background Materials for Reports. 1944-1946.
Box 50: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee).
V. National Advisory Board on Mobilization policy
Box 51: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
Box 52: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
Box 53: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
VI. Treasury department
Box 54: Treasury Department.
Box 55: Treasury Department.
Box 56: Treasury Department.
Box 57: Treasury Department.
Box 58: Treasury Department. Correspondence. 1953-1955.
Box 59: Treasury Department. Correspondences 1953-1955.
Box 60: Treasury Department. Correspondence. 1953-1955.
Box 61: Treasury Department. Telephone Records and Appointments.
VII. H.E.W.
Box 62: H.E.W.
Box 63: H.E.W. Telephone Records and Appointments.
Box 64: H.E.W. Reports. Monthly.
Box 65: H.E.W. Reports. Monthly
Box 66: H.E.W. Office of the Secretary. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 68: H.E.W. Office of the Secretary.
Box 69: H.E.W. Social Security Administration. Correspondence.
Box 70: H.E.W. Social Security Administration. Correspondence.
Box 71: H.E.W. Office of Education. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 72: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 73: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 74: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 75: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 76: H.E.W.
Box 77: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 78: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 79: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 80: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Box 81: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Box 82: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Box 83: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Aa-Az.
Box 84: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ba-Bz.
Box 85: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ca-Cz.
Box 86: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Da-Gz
Box 87: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ha-Harvard Fz.
Box 88: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Harvard Ga-Harvard University.
Box 89: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Harvard University. Aa- Hz.
Box 90: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ia-Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). 1956.
Box 91: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). January 1957 - April 1958.
Box 92: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). May 1958 - Lz.
Box 93: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ma-Nz.
Box 94: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Oa-Sz.
Box 95: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ta-Zz.
VIII. Committee for economic development
Box 96: Committee for Economic Development.
Box 97: Committee for Economic Development.
Box 98 Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Box 99: Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Box 100: Committee for Economic Development.
Box 101: Committee for Economic Development.
Box 102: Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Box 103: Committee for Economic Development.
Box 104: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
Box 105: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
Box 106: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
IX. Advisory Councils, commissions, committees and conferences
Box 107: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. International Labor Organization Conference. Geneva, Switzerland. June, 1936.
Box 108: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Business Advisory Council.
Box 109: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Defense Advisory Committee.
Box 110: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Fund for Adult Education.
Box 111: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Rochester Hospital Fund.
Box 112: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 113: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 114: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 115: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 116: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 117: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Box 118: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Commission on Goals for Higher Education in the South.
Box 119: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Commission on Goals for Higher Education in the South. 1961.
Box 120: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 121: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Rockefeller Foundation Ad Hoc Committee on Voluntary Health and Welfare Agencies. 1961.
Box 122: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. The Advisory Committee on Public Health Service Personnel Systems.
Box 123: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 124: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Advisory Panel on Military Pay Systems.
Box 125: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 126: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Federal Hospital Council. 1962-1966.
Box 127: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Box 128: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Box 129: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Box 130: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs.
Box 131: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs.
Box 132: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Councils. President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Box 133: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees-and Conferences. President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Box 134: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Patient Care Planning Council of Rochester and Monroe County. 1965-1966.
Box 135: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. City School District.
Box 136: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Title XIX (Medicaid).
Box 137: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 138: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 139: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 140: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Box 141: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
X. Speech file
Box 142: Speech File. February 1956 - June 1956.
Box 143: Speech File. July 1956 - August 1957.
Box 144: Speech File. September 1957 - July 1958.
XI. Speeches
XII. Calendar reform scrapbooks
XIII. Scrapbooks, news clippings
XIV. Social Security legislation, bound volumes
XV. 2015 addition
Box 145: Annotated Books
Box 146: Photographs, 1918-1960
Box 147: Paintings, 1955-1960
Box 148: Awards, 1912-1975
Box 149: Awards, 1957;1962;1970
Box 150: Binder, Briefcase, and Award Plaque, 1958; 1965; 1975
Box 151: Scrapbooks 5 and 6, 1940-1973
Box 152: Scrapbook 7, 1953
Box 153: Oversized Photographs
Box 154: Political Cartoons, Newspapers, and Department Seal
Box 155: Oversized Awards and Photographs
Collection Overview
Title: Marion Bayard Folsom Papers
Creator: Folsom, Marion Bayard, 1893-1976
Call Number: D.59
Dates: 1912-1975
Physical Description: 155 boxes, 18 Volumes, 17 scrapbooks
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Folsom, Marion B. "A Great Man." University of Rochester Library Bulletin XXVI:3 (Spring 1971): 57-79.

McKinley, Charles, and Frase, Robert W. Launching Social Security. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1970.

National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1960 ed. (Current Volume I). "Folsom, Marion Bayard".

United States Government Organization Manual, 1956-57. Washington, D.C.: Federal Register Division, National Archives and Records Service, 1956.

Who's Who in America, 1974 ed. "Folsom, Marion Bayard."

Witte, Edwin E. The Development of the Social Security Act. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1963.

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
Politics and government
Employee fringe benefits
Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Correspondence
Photographs
Scrapbooks
Awards
Records (Documents)
Newspaper clippings
Folsom, Marion Bayard, 1893-1976
Eastman Kodak Company
University of Rochester
Social Security Act (United States)
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Content List
I. Miscellaneous Topics, Chronological
Box 1: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1922-1938.
Box 1, Folder 1Correspondence, 1922-1928
Box 1, Folder 2Calendar reform correspondence, 1926-1932
Box 1, Folder 3Correspondence, 1929-1930
Box 1, Folder 4Correspondence, 1931
Box 1, Folder 5Correspondence, 1932-1933
Box 1, Folder 6Stabilization--Annual wage, Code Committee of the photographic industry, 1933-1939
Box 1, Folder 7Correspondence, 1934
Box 1, Folder 8Correspondence, 1935-1936
Box 1, Folder 9National health insurance and pension plans in England, Germany and France, 1936
Box 1, Folder 10Correspondence, 1937
Box 1, Folder 11Correspondence, 1938
Box 2: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1939.
Box 2, Folder 1Correspondence, 1939
Box 2, Folder 2Holden, Grenville R., memoranda, 1939
Box 2, Folder 3Lovejoy, Frank W., correspondence, 1939
Box 2, Folder 4Monopoly investigation, 1939
Box 2, Folder 5Rochester community chest, 1939
Box 2, Folder 6Stabilization--Annual wage, 1939-1948
Box 2, Folder 7Stabilization--Annual wage, 1939-1948
Box 3: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1940-1948.
Box 3, Folder 1Correspondence, 1940
Box 3, Folder 2Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1940
Box 3, Folder 3Correspondence, 1941
Box 3, Folder 4Correspondence, 1942
Box 3, Folder 5Chamber of Commerce, U.S. pension plan, 1942-1943
Box 3, Folder 6Chamber of Commerce, Rochester., Postwar planning committee, 1942-1943
Box 3, Folder 7Correspondence, 1943-1945
Box 3, Folder 8Correspondence, 1946-1948
Box 3, Folder 9National Security Resources board, 1947-1948
Box 3, Folder 10Committee for Economic development, 1948-1949
Box 3, Folder 11Unemployment compensation, 1948-1949
Box 4: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1949-1951.
Box 4, Folder 1Correspondence, 1949
Box 4, Folder 2Correspondence, 1950
Box 4, Folder 3European trip for Frances Folsom and friends, 1950
Box 4, Folder 4Correspondence, 1951
Box 4, Folder 5Correspondence, personal, 1951-1953
Box 4, Folder 6Federal Reserve Bank of New York., 1951-1953
Box 4, Folder 7Wage Stabilization Conference, January 10-12, 1951
Box 5: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1952-1953.
Box 5, Folder 1Correspondence, A-M, 1952
Box 5, Folder 2Correspondence, N-Z, 1952
Box 5, Folder 3Markets After Defense, 1952
Box 5, Folder 4Typewriters (type size), 1952
Box 5, Folder 5Harding College, "Looking Ahead" by George S. Benson, 1953
Box 5, Folder 6Harvard Business School and Harvard Business School fund, 1953-1958
Box 5, Folder 7Keating, Kenneth B., correspondence, 1953-1957
Box 5, Folder 8Linton, M. Albert, 1953-1954
Box 5, Folder 9National Planning Association: correspondence, newsletters, printed material, etc., 1953-1955
Box 5, Folder 10Slichter, Sumner H., "What can the United States afford?", 1953
Box 5, Folder 11Travel, 1953-1955
Box 5, Folder 12Travel vouchers, 1953-1958
Box 6: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1953-1954
Box 6, Folder 1University of Rochester, correspondence, Board of Trustees materials, etc., 1953-1956
Box 6, Folder 2University of Rochester, correspondence, Board of Trustees materials, etc., 1955-1956
Box 6, Folder 3University of Rochester, correspondence, Board of Trustees materials, etc., 1957-1958
Box 6, Folder 4Wobus, Dorothy L., 1953-1958
Box 6, Folder 5Election, 1954
Box 6, Folder 6Empire State Foundation of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges, 1954-1955
Box 7: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1954-1957.
Box 7, Folder 1Herman, Robert S., Dr.: "Revenue Estimating in New York State Government", 1954
Box 7, Folder 2Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1954-1955
Box 7, Folder 3National Council for Community Improvement, 1954-1955
Box 7, Folder 4Public debt, 1954-1955
Box 7, Folder 5Rochester Chamber of Commerce., 1954-1958
Box 7, Folder 6Wedding, Marion B. Folsom, Jr., 1954
Box 7, Folder 7Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1955-1956
Box 7, Folder 8Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1955
Box 7, Folder 9Health insurance, 1955-1956
Box 7, Folder 10Photographs, 1955
Box 7, Folder 11Savings bonds, "Important Facts About Savings Bonds", 1955
Box 7, Folder 12Swearing-in ceremony, Marion B. Folsom, 1955
Box 7, Folder 13Treasury Department, 1955-1956
Box 7, Folder 14White House Conference of Advertising Council, Inc., 1955
Box 8: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1958-1959.
Box 8, Folder 1Correspondence, 1958-1959
Box 8, Folder 2H.E.W., 1958-1959
Box 8, Folder 3H.E.W., 1959
Box 8, Folder 4Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1959-1960
Box 9: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1960.
Box 9, Folder 1Correspondence, 1960
Box 9, Folder 2Correspondence, 1960
Box 9, Folder 3Committee on NDEA. (National Defense Education Act), 1960
Box 9, Folder 4H.E.W., 1960
Box 10: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1960-1961.
Box 10, Folder 1Nixon, Richard M. Presidential campaign, 1960
Box 10, Folder 2President's commission on national goals, 1960
Box 10, Folder 3Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1960
Box 10, Folder 4Correspondence, 1961
Box 10, Folder 5A.I.D. Mission., 1961-1962
Box 10, Folder 5H.E.W., 1961
Folder 7. 1961. McKinsey Lectures.
Box 11: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1962.
Box 11, Folder 1Correspondence, 1962
Box 11, Folder 2Brookings Institution, center for advanced study, public affairs fellowship program, 1962
Box 11, Folder 3Brookings Institution, 1962
Box 11, Folder 4D.D. Eisenhower and Republican National Committee, 1962
Box 11, Folder 5H.E.W., 1962
Box 11, Folder 6McGraw-Hill, 1962
Box 11, Folder 7Moreland commission on welfare, 1962
Box 11, Folder 8University of Georgia, 1962
Box 12: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1963.
Box 12, Folder 1Correspondence, 1963
Box 12, Folder 2American Journal of Public Health, 1963
Box 12, Folder 3Atlantic Monthly, 1963
Box 12, Folder 4Bronfman Prize, 1963
Box 12, Folder 5Current History article, 1963
Box 12, Folder 6Group Life Insurance proposed tax, 1963
Box 12, Folder 7H.E.W., 1963
Box 12, Folder 8New York State Welfare Department (Moreland commission), 1963
Box 12, Folder 9Tax Bill (letters to senators, etc.), 1963
Box 12, Folder 10U.S. Employment Service, college placement, 1963
Box 13: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 19640
Box 13, Folder 1Correspondence, 1964
Box 13, Folder 2H.E.W., 1964
Box 13, Folder 3Keating, Kenneth B., 1964
Box 13, Folder 4South Africa leader exchange program, 1964
Box 13, Folder 5University of Chicago, Michael M. Davis lectures, 1964
Box 14: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1965-1966.
Box 14, Folder 1Correspondence, 1965
Box 14, Folder 2Australia, International Congress on human relations, 1965
Box 14, Folder 3Cincinnati, correspondence re: speech to community chest, March 31, 1965
Box 14, Folder 4Harvard University, 1965
Box 14, Folder 5H.E.W., 1965
Box 14, Folder 6Correspondence, 1966
Box 14, Folder 7British trip-health ministry, doctors, etc., 1966
Box 14, Folder 8H.E.W., 1966
Box 14, Folder 9Rockefeller, Nelson A. Governor, 1966
Box 15: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1967.
Box 15, Folder 1Correspondence. K-M, 1967
Box 15, Folder 2Correspondence, N-., 1967
Box 15, Folder 3Correspondence, P-R, 1967
Box 15, Folder 4Correspondence, S-Z, 1967
Box 15, Folder 6H.E.W., 1967
Box 15, Folder 7H.E.W. Ottenberg, James S. "Top-level administration problems of H.E.W.", 1967
Box 16: Miscellaneous Topics. Chronological. 1967.
Box 16, Folder 1Harvard University, 1967
Box 16, Folder 2Health insurance, 1967
Box 16, Folder 3Hospital insurance, 1967
Box 16, Folder 4Johnson, Lyndon B., 1967
Box 16, Folder 5W.S. Vaughn, 1967
II. Social Security
Box 17: Social Security. Material Gathered for a Book.
Box 17, Folder 1Social Security, material gathered for a book, 1936-1941
Box 17, Folder 2Social Security, material gathered for a book, 1936-1941
Box 17, Folder 3Social Security, material gathered for a book, 1936-1941
Box 17, Folder 4Social Security, material gathered for a book, 1936-1941
Box 17, Folder 5Correspondence, contracts, etc.
Box 18: Social Security. Correspondence.
Box 18, Folder 1Social Security, correspondence, 1930-1932
Box 18, Folder 2Social Security, correspondence, 1933-1934
Box 18, Folder 3Social Security, correspondence, 1935
Box 18, Folder 4Social Security, correspondence, 1936
Box 18, Folder 5Social Security, correspondence, 1937
Box 18, Folder 6Social Security, correspondence, 1938
Box 19: Social Security. Correspondence.
Box 19, Folder 1Social Security, correspondence, 1939
Box 19, Folder 2Social Security, correspondence, 1940-1943
Box 19, Folder 3Social Security, correspondence, 1947-1948
Box 19, Folder 4Social Security, correspondence, 1949
Box 19, Folder 5Social Security, correspondence, 1950
Box 19, Folder 6Social Security, correspondence, 1951
Box 19, Folder 7Social Security, correspondence, 1952
Box 19, Folder 8Social Security, correspondence, 1962
Box 19, Folder 9Social Security, correspondence, 1964
Box 19, Folder 10Social Security, correspondence, 1965
Box 19, Folder 11Social Security, correspondence, 1966
Box 19, Folder 12Social Security, correspondence, 1967
Box 20: Social Security. Committee on Economic Security. Advisory Council on Economic Security. 1934-1935.
Box 20, Folder 1Correspondence, minutes, preliminary report of the staff, report to the President, 1935
Box 20, Folder 2Correspondence, preliminary draft of the report to the committee, etc., 1935
Box 20, Folder 3Hearings on economic security, proposed bills, suggested changes, 1935
Box 20, Folder 4Correspondence with the committee on economic security, 1935
Box 20, Folder 5'Old Age Security' (staff report), Federal-State program for unemployment compensation insurance, actuarial memorandum on unemployment compensation., 1935
Box 20, Folder 6Charts and tables, 1935
Box 20, Folder 7Hearings, reports, and miscellaneous material, 1935
Box 21: Social Security. U.S. Senate. Committee on Finances Advisory Council on Social Security.
Box 21, Folder 1Correspondence with the Social Security board, 1938
Box 21, Folder 2Correspondence and final report of the advisory council, 1938
Box 21, Folder 3Amendments Act of 1939, 1939
Box 21, Folder 4Amendments Act of 1939, 1939
Box 21, Folder 5Amendments Act of 1939, 1939
Box 21, Folder 6Amendments Act of 1939, 1939
Box 22: Social Security. U.S. Senate. Committee on Finance. Advisory Council on Social Security.
Box 22, Folder 1Correspondence, reports, memoranda, etc., 1947-1949
Box 22, Folder 2Correspondence, reports, printed material, etc., 1947-1949
Box 22, Folder 3Correspondence, reports, releases, etc., 1947-1949
Box 22, Folder 4Correspondence, reports, printed material, etc., 1947-1948
Box 22, Folder 5Correspondence, reports, printed material, etc., 1948
Box 22, Folder 6Correspondence, reports, printed material, etc., 1948
Box 22, Folder 7Correspondence, 1948-1949
Box 23 Social Security.
Box 23, Folder 1U.S. Senate committee on finance, advisory council on Social Security, background for report on unemployment insurance, 1948
Box 23, Folder 2U.S. Senate committee on finance, advisory council on Social Security, background for report on unemployment insurance., 1948
Box 23, Folder 3U.S. Senate committee on finance, advisory council on Social Security, background for report on unemployment insurance, 1948
Box 23, Folder 4U.S. Senate committee on finance, advisory council on Social Security, background for report on public assistance, 1948
Box 23, Folder 5U.S. Senate committee on finance, advisory council on Social Security, background for report on disability insurance, 1948
Box 23, Folder 6U.S. House of Representatives, ways and means committee, hearings on Social Security, April 1949
Box 24: Social Security. Social Science Research Council.
Box 24, Folder 1Committee on Social Security, 1939-1941
Box 24, Folder 2Committee on Social Security, 1939-1941
Box 25: Social Security. U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Social Security Committee.
Box 25, Folder 1Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1942-1944
Box 25, Folder 2Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1942-1944
Box 25, Folder 3Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1942-1944
Box 25, Folder 4Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1942-1944
Box 25, Folder 5Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1942-1944
Box 26: Social Security. U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Social Security Committee.
Box 26, Folder 1Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1945-1946
Box 26, Folder 2Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1945-1946
Box 26, Folder 3Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1946-1947
Box 26, Folder 4Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, 1947
Box 26, Folder 5Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, July 1947-June 1948
Box 26, Folder 6Social Security, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Social Security committee, July 1948-June 1949
Box 27: Social Security. National Association of Manufacturers. Employee Benefits and Social Security Committee.
Box 27, Folder 1 Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, memoranda, printed material, etc., 1948-1949
Box 27, Folder 2Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, memoranda, printed material, etc., 1948-1949
Box 27, Folder 3Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, memoranda, printed material, etc., 1948-1949
Box 27, Folder 4Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, statements, printed material, etc., 1949
Box 27, Folder 5Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, statements, printed material, etc., 1949
Box 27, Folder 6Social Security, National Association of Manufacturers, employee benefits and Social Security committee: correspondence, statements, printed material, etc., 1949
Box 28: Social Security. Health Insurance.
Box 28, Folder 1Social Security, health insurance: correspondence and printed materials, 1947-1952
Box 28, Folder 2Social Security, health insurance: correspondence and printed materials, 1947-1952
Box 28, Folder 3Social Security, health insurance: correspondence and printed materials., 1947-1952
Box 28, Folder 4Social Security, health insurance: printed materials, 1947-1952
Box 28, Folder 5Social Security, health insurance: correspondence and printed materials, 1947-1952
Box 28, Folder 6Social Security, health insurance: reports, clippings and printed materials, 1960-1964
Box 29: Social Security.
Box 29, Folder 1 Federal Security Agency Social Security board, Federal Advisory Council on employment security, transcript of the proceedings, January 9 and 10, 1942
Box 29, Folder 2Materials received from the Social Security Board, collected materials on plans for extending old-age and survivor's insurance coverage to agricultural labor, domestic servants, and the self-employed, 1944
Box 29, Folder 3Materials received from the Social Security Board, financing of federal old-age and survivor's insurance, 1943-1944
Box 29, Folder 4Materials received from the Social Security Board, extension of unemployment insurance to non-profit organizations, maritime and federal employees, and agricultural labor, 1944
Box 29, Folder 5Materials received from the Social Security Board, collected materials on plans for extending old-age and survivor's insurance coverage to the armed forces, federal civilian employees, state and local employees and non-profit organizations, 1944
Box 29, Folder 6Materials received from the Social Security Board, permanent disability insurance, 1944
Box 29, Folder 7U.S. House of Representatives, "Ways and Means" committee, social security hearings, April 1946
Box 30: Social Security.
Box 30, Folder 1Social Security Board, Federal Advisory council on employment security, binder of materials on October meeting, 1942
Box 30, Folder 2Social Security Board, Federal Advisory council on employment security, agenda, reports, printed materials, etc., 1940-1944
Box 30, Folder 3U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of employment security, Federal Advisory council on employment security, correspondence, reports,inutes, etc., 1949-1950
Box 30, Folder 4U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of employment security, Federal Advisory council on employment security, correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., 1949-1950
Box 30, Folder 5U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of employment security, Federal Advisory council on employment Security, correspondence, reports, minutes, etc., 1949-1950
Box 31: Social Security. U.S. Department of Labor. Bureau of Employment Security. Federal Advisory Council on Employment Security.
Box 31, Folder 1Correspondence, minutes, printed materials, etc., 1952
Box 31, Folder 2Reports and printed materials, 1952
Box 31, Folder 3Reports and printed materials, 1952
Box 31, Folder 4Minutes and background materials, January 1966-June 1967
Box 31, Folder 5Study of systems used to determine and control state grants, 1966
Box 32: Social Security.
Box 32, Folder 1Extension of Social Security Act, H.R. 2893 and H.R. 6000, 1948-1949
Box 32, Folder 2Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1940-1949
Box 32, Folder 3Printed materials, 1949-1950
Box 32, Folder 4Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1951-1952
Box 32, Folder 5Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1951-1952
Box 32, Folder 6Pensions, correspondence, reports, printed materials, etc., 1950
Box 32, Folder 7Pensions, correspondence, reports, printed materials, etc., 1950
Box 33: Social Security. Consultative Social Security Committee. 1953.
Box 33, Folder 1Consultative Social Security committee, correspondence, reports, recommendations, etc., 1953
Box 33, Folder 2Consultative Social Security committee, reports and releases, 1953
Box 33, Folder 3Consultative Social Security committee, materials for meetings, 1953
Box 33, Folder 4Consultative Social Security committee, materials for meetings, 1953
Box 33, Folder 5Consultative Social Security committee, materials for meetings, 1953
Box 34: Social Security. Consultative Social Security Committee. 1953.
Box 34, Folder 1Consultative Social Security committee, materials for meetings, 1953
Box 34, Folder 2Consultative Social Security committee, materials for meetings, 1953
Box 35: Social Security.
Box 35, Folder 1Curtis subcommittee on Social Security., 1953
Box 35, Folder 2Curtis subcommittee on Social Security., 1953
Box 35, Folder 3Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1953
Box 35, Folder 4Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1953
Box 35, Folder 5Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1953
Box 35, Folder 6Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1953
Box 35, Folder 7Report of O.C. Hobby, Secretary of H.E.W. before the House committee on ways and means, in support of H.R. 7199, 1954
Box 35, Folder 8Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1953-1955
Box 36: Social Security.
Box 36, Folder 1Reports, printed materials, etc, 1962-1964
Box 36, Folder 2Reports, printed materials, etc., 1962-1964
Box 36, Folder 3Reports, printed materials, etc., 1962-1964
Box 36, Folder 4Reports, printed materials, etc., 1962-1964
Box 37: Social Security. Advisory Council on Social Security Financing.
Box 37, Folder 1Advisory council on Social Security financing, minutes of meetings, 1963-1964
Box 37, Folder 2Advisory council on Social Security, correspondence, meeting materials, etc., 1963
Box 37, Folder 3Advisory council on Social Security, correspondence, articles, preliminary drafts and final report
Box 37, Folder 4Advisory council on Social Security, correspondence, reports, articles, etc., 1964
Box 37, Folder 5Advisory council on Social Security, booklets, reports, charts, etc., 1964
Box 37, Folder 6Advisory council on Social Security, booklets, reports, charts, etc., 1964
Box 37, Folder 7Advisory council on Social Security, booklets, reports, charts, etc., 1964
Box 38 Social Security.
Box 38, Folder 1Advisory council on Social Security financing, report of the actuarial subcommittee, 1964
Box 38, Folder 2Correspondence, reports, and final report, 1964-1965
Box 38, Folder 3Information loose-leaf, general background and relationship to other programs, 1964
Box 38, Folder 4Information loose-leaf, coverage, miscellaneous and disability, 1964
Box 38, Folder 5Joint economic committee, old age insurance and assistance study, 1967
III. Unemployment insurance
Box 39: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 39, Folder 1Unemployment committee of Eastman Kodak Company, minutes, reports, etc., 1922
Box 39, Folder 2Eastman Kodak Company unemployment benefit plan, data for report on January 13, 1927, January 13, 1927
Box 39, Folder 3Other company plans, 1932
Box 39, Folder 4Proposed plan for Eastman Kodak Company, 1932
Box 39, Folder 5Rochester plan (preliminary), 1967
Box 39, Folder 6Todd plan, Wisconsin plan, 1931
Box 40: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 40, Folder 1Proposed New York State Legislation in regard to unemployment reserves, 1933-1934
Box 40, Folder 2Rochester civic plan on unemployment, 1930-1934
Box 40, Folder 3Rochester civic plan on unemployment, 1930-1934
Box 40, Folder 4Rochester civic plan on unemployment, 1930-1934
Box 40, Folder 5Federal Advisory council on economic security, committee on unemployment insurance, 1934
Box 40, Folder 6Federal Advisory council on economic security, proposals, clippings, etc. on unemployment compensation, 1934
Box 41: Unemployment Insurance. New York Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council.
Box 41, Folder 1Correspondence, proposed bills, suggested answers, etc., 1932-1935
Box 41, Folder 2Correspondence, proposed bills, suggested answers, etc., 1932-1935
Box 41, Folder 3Minutes, 1935-1936
Box 41, Folder 4Minutes., 1937
Box 42: Unemployment Insurance. New York Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council.
Box 42, Folder 1Minutes, 1938
Box 42, Folder 2Minutes, 1939
Box 42, Folder 3Minutes, 1940-1941
Box 43: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 43, Folder 1New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, minutes, 1942-19943
Box 43, Folder 2New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, minutes, 1944-1947
Box 43, Folder 3New York State advisory council on placement and unemployment insurance, minutes, 1948-1950
Box 44: Unemployment Insurance.
Box 44, Folder 1New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, annual report, 1939
Box 44, Folder 2New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, annual report, part I, 1940
Box 44, Folder 3New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, annual report, parts I II, 1940
Box 44, Folder 4New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, annual reports, 1941-1946
Box 44, Folder 5New York state advisory council on placement and unemployment insurance, annual reports, 1947-1949
Box 44, Folder 6New York unemployment insurance state advisory council, annual reports and miscellaneous materials, 1939-1941
Box 45: Unemployment Insurance.
Other c level: Collection with otherlevel:
Box 45, Folder 2New York State advisory council on placement and unemployment insurance, correspondence, 1949
Box 45, Folder 3Articles and printed materials, 1949-1952
Box 45, Folder 4Articles, proposed bills and printed materials, 1950-1952
Box 45, Folder 5Articles, proposed bills and printed materials, 1959-1961
Box 45, Folder 6Reports and memoranda, 1960-1964
Box 45, Folder 7Correspondence, draft bills, memoranda, etc., 1960-1964
IV. U.S. House Of Representatives, special committee on postwar economic policy and planning. (Colmer Committee)
Box 46: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee).
Box 46, Folder 1Clippings re: European trip
Box 46, Folder 2Correspondence, 1945
Box 46, Folder 3Economic reconstruction in Europe, committee's 8th report, November 12, 1945
Box 46, Folder 4Background materials
Box 46, Folder 5Background materials
Box 46, Folder 6Russia
Box 46, Folder 7Background materials, Europe
Box 46, Folder 8Background materials, Germany
Box 46, Folder 9Background materials, Scandinavia
Box 46, Folder 10Background materials, Mideast
Box 47: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Correspondence.
Box 47, Folder 1General, 1944
Box 47, Folder 2General, 1945
Box 47, Folder 3General, 1946
Box 47, Folder 4General, 1947
Box 47, Folder 5South American trip, 1946
Box 48: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Background Material for Reports. 1944- 1946.
Box 48, Folder 1Clippings re: work of the committee
Box 48, Folder 2Speech of Congressman Colmer, before the House of Representatives, January 13, 1947
Box 48, Folder 3Advance press releases
Box 48, Folder 4Correspondence re: appointment of a research assistant for the Committee
Box 48, Folder 5Disposal of surplus government property, 1943-1945
Box 48, Folder 6Settlement of claims from terminated war contracts
Box 48, Folder 7Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944
Box 49: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee). Background Materials for Reports. 1944-1946.
Box 49, Folder 1Foreign trade and shipping
Box 49, Folder 2Foreign trade and shipping
Box 49, Folder 3Full employment bill
Box 49, Folder 4Economic problems
Box 49, Folder 5Postwar public work and construction
Box 50: U.S. House of Representatives. Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. (Colmer Committee).
Box 50, Folder 1Reference material and correspondence re: 11th report, (reconversion and economic pricing)
Box 50, Folder 2Subjects for hearings
Box 50, Folder 3Removal of war time controls, part I, March 4, 1946
Box 50, Folder 4Removal of war time controls, part II, March 4, 1946
Box 50, Folder 5Agriculture, 10th report, August 6, 1946
Box 50, Folder 6Report of the proposed post-war public works, volume and status of post-war public works proposed by state and local governments, September 1944
V. National Advisory Board on Mobilization policy
Box 51: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
Box 51, Folder 1Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, printed materials, etc., July 1950-June 1951
Box 51, Folder 2Releases, clippings, printed materials, etc., July 1950-June 1951
Box 51, Folder 3Executive orders, memoranda, statements, releases, etc., July 1950-June 1951
Box 51, Folder 4Correspondence, July 1950-June 1951
Box 51, Folder 5Correspondence re: wage stabilization board dispute jurisdiction, April 1951-May 1951
Box 51, Folder 6Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #1 and #2, April 1951-May 1951
Box 51, Folder 7Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #3 and #4, April 1951-May 1951
Box 51, Folder 8Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #5 and #6, April 1951-May 1951
Box 52: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
Box 52, Folder 1Correspondence, releases, printed materials, etc., July 1951-January 1952
Box 52, Folder 2Correspondence, April 1951-December 1952
Box 52, Folder 3Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #7 and #8
Box 52, Folder 4Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #9
Box 52, Folder 5Minutes,reports, etc. for meetings, #10
Box 52, Folder 6Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #11
Box 52, Folder 7Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #12
Box 52, Folder 8Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #13
Box 52, Folder 9Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #14
Box 53: National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.
Box 53, Folder 1Quarterly reports to the President by the Director of defense mobilization, January 1952 - January 1953
Box 53, Folder 2Correspondence, January 1952-January 1953
Box 53, Folder 3Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #15, January 1952-January 1953
Box 53, Folder 4Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #16
Box 53, Folder 5Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #17
Box 53, Folder 6Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #18
Box 53, Folder 7Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #19
Box 53, Folder 8Minutes, reports, etc. for meetings, #20
VI. Treasury department
Box 54: Treasury Department.
Box 54, Folder 1Social Security administration, correspondence, reports, articles, etc. (part I), 1955-1957
Box 54, Folder 2Social Security administration, background information, reports, etc. (part II), 1955-1957
Box 54, Folder 3Old age and survivor's insurance system, correspondence, clippings, reports, etc. (part I), 1955-1957
Box 54, Folder 4Old age and survivor's insurance system, reports, actuarial reports, etc. (part II), 1954-1955
Box 54, Folder 5Paper work management
Box 54, Folder 6Memos re: tax program budget, 1953-1954
Box 54, Folder 7Tax program, (part I), 1953-1954
Box 54, Folder 8Tax program, (part II), 1953-1954
Box 55: Treasury Department.
Box 55, Folder 1Adjournment speech material, 84th Congress, 1st session
Box 55, Folder 2Answers to congratulatory letters on appointment to H.E.W, A-G
Box 55, Folder 3Answers to congratulatory letters on appointment to H.E.W, H-O
Box 55, Folder 4Answers to congratulatory letters on appointment to H.E.W, P-Z
Box 55, Folder 5Congratulatory letters-"Press", 1955
Box 55, Folder 6U.S. government expenditures, 1935-1958
Box 55, Folder 7Miscellaneous pamphlets, 1953-1955
Box 55, Folder 8Group life insurance, correspondence, forms, pamphlets, etc, 1953-1955
Box 55, Folder 9Tax programs and federal organizational chart, 1953-1955
Box 55, Folder 10Personnel prospects, 1953-955
Box 56: Treasury Department.
Box 56, Folder 1Invitations, chronological, 1953-1955
Box 56, Folder 2Invitations, A-D
Box 56, Folder 3Invitations, E-Z
Box 56, Folder 4Responses to invitations
Box 56, Folder 5Colleges and Universities, 1953-1954
Box 56, Folder 6Correspondence, Adams, Sherman
Box 56, Folder 7Correspondence, Beebee, Alexander M.
Box 56, Folder 8Correspondence, Brown, J. Douglas-Dr.
Box 56, Folder 9Correspondence, Burns, Eveline M.-Dr.
Box 56, Folder 10Correspondence, Chamber of Commerce of the United States
Box 56, Folder 11Correspondence, Chapman, Alber K.-Dr.
Box 56, Folder 12Correspondence, Columbia University
Box 56, Folder 13Correspondence, Cruikshank, Nelson H.
Box 56, Folder 14Correspondence, defense mobilization, Office of
Box 57: Treasury Department.
Box 57, Folder 1Correspondence, Hohaus, Reinhard A.
Box 57, Folder 2Correspondence, Humphrey, George M.
Box 57, Folder 3Eastman Kodak Company
Box 57, Folder 4Miscellaneous
Box 57, Folder 5Miscellaneous
Box 57, Folder 6New York State commission on pensions, 1954
Folder 7. Reports on Social Insurance in Columbia, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay and Brazil. 1955.
Folder 8. Security.
Folder 9. Tax Revision Bill.
Folder 10. White House.
Box 58: Treasury Department. Correspondence. 1953-1955.
Box 58, Folder 1Treasury Department correspondence, A, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 2Treasury Department correspondence, B, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 3Treasury Department correspondence, C, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 4Treasury Department correspondence, D, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 5Treasury Department correspondence, E, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 6Treasury Department correspondence, F, 1953-1955
Box 58, Folder 7Treasury Department correspondence, G, 1953-1955
Box 59: Treasury Department. Correspondences 1953-1955.
Box 59, Folder 1Treasury Department correspondence, H, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 2Treasury Department correspondence, I, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 3Treasury Department correspondence, J, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 4Treasury Department correspondence, K, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 5Treasury Department correspondence, L, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 6Treasury Department correspondence, M, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 7Treasury Department correspondence, Mc, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 8Treasury Department correspondence, N, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 9Treasury Department correspondence, O, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 10Treasury Department correspondence, P, 1953-1955
Box 59, Folder 11Treasury Department correspondence, Q, 1953-1955
Box 60: Treasury Department. Correspondence. 1953-1955.
Box 60, Folder 1Treasury Department correspondence, R, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 2Treasury Department correspondence, S, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 3Treasury Department correspondence, T, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 4Treasury Department correspondence, U, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 5 Treasury Department correspondence, V, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 6Treasury Department correspondence, W, 1953-1955
Box 60, Folder 7Treasury Department correspondence, X,Y,Z, 1953-1955
Box 61: Treasury Department. Telephone Records and Appointments.
Box 61, Folder 1Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, January 21, 1953 - April 30, 1953
Box 61, Folder 2Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, May 1, 1953 - July 31, 1953
Box 61, Folder 3Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, August 1, 1953 - October 14, 1953
Box 61, Folder 4Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, October 15, 1953 - December 30, 1953
Box 61, Folder 5Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, January 4, 1954 - March 31, 1954
Box 61, Folder 6Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, April 1, 1954 - May 28, 1954
Box 61, Folder 7Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, June 1, 1954 - September 15, 1954
Box 61, Folder 8Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, September 16, 1954 - December 31, 1954
Box 61, Folder 9Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, January 1, 1955 - June 30, 1955
Box 61, Folder 10Treasury Department, telephone records and appointments, July 1, 1955 - December 24, 1955
VII. H.E.W.
Box 62: H.E.W.
Box 62, Folder 1Appointment to H.E.W. clippings
Box 62, Folder 2Personnel, special assistant on health and medical affairs
Box 62, Folder 1Personnel, under secretary of H.E.W.
Box 62, Folder 4Personnel, applications for positions
Box 62, Folder 5Personnel, Commissioner of Education, Derthick, Laurence G.
Box 62, Folder 6Personnel, applications for positions
Box 62, Folder 7Personnel, applications for positions
Box 62, Folder 8Personnel, applications for positions
Box 63: H.E.W. Telephone Records and Appointments.
Box 63, Folder 1H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, January 1, 1956 - June 26, 1956
Box 63, Folder 2H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, June 27, 1956 - December 31, 1956
Box 63, Folder 3H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, January 1, 1957 - May 28, 1957
Box 63, Folder 4H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, May 29, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 63, Folder 5H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, January 1, 1958 - March 28, 1958
Box 63, Folder 6H.E.W. telephone records and appointments, March 29, 1958 - July 29, 1958
Box 64: H.E.W. Reports. Monthly.
Box 64, Folder 1Federal-State relations
Box 64, Folder 2Food and Drug Administration
Box 64, Folder 3Government security-Committee on
Box 64, Folder 4Legislative liaison office
Box 64, Folder 5Office of administration
Box 64, Folder 6Office of education
Box 64, Folder 7Office of general counsel
Box 65: H.E.W. Reports. Monthly
Box 65, Folder 1Public health service
Box 65, Folder 2Saint Elizabeth's Hospital
Box 65, Folder 3Social Security administration
Box 65, Folder 4Vocational rehabilitation-Office of
Box 66: H.E.W. Office of the Secretary. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 66, Folder 1H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, August 1, 1955 - September 30, 1955
Box 66, Folder 2H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, October 1, 1955 - October 31, 1955
Box 66, Folder 3H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, November 1, 1955 - November 30, 1955
Box 66, Folder 4H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, December 1, 1955 - December 31, 1955
Box 66, Folder 5H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1956 - January 31, 1956
Folder 6. February 1, 1956 - February 28, 1956.
Folder 7. March 1, 1956 - March 31, 1956.
Folder 8. April 1, 1956 - April 30, 1956.
Folder 9. May 1, 1956 - May 30, 1956.
Box 68: H.E.W. Office of the Secretary.
Box 68, Folder 1H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, September 1, 1957 - October 31, 1957
Box 68, Folder 2H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, November 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 68, Folder 3H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1958 - February 28, 1958
Box 68, Folder 4H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1958 - April 30, 1958
Box 68, Folder 5H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, May 1, 1958 - July 24, 1958
Box 68, Folder 6H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, September 25, 1955 - December 31, 1957
Box 68, Folder 6H.E.W. office of the secretary, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1958 - July 23, 1958
Box 69: H.E.W. Social Security Administration. Correspondence.
Box 69, Folder 1H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, August 1, 1955 - December 31, 1955
Box 69, Folder 2H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, January 1, 1956 - February 28, 1956
Box 69, Folder 3H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, March 1, 1956 - April 30, 1956
Box 69, Folder 4H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, May 1, 1956 - June 30, 1956
Box 69, Folder 5H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, July 1, 1956 - August 31, 1956
Box 69, Folder 6H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, September 1, 1956 -October 31, 1956
Box 69, Folder 7H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, November 1, 1956 - December 31, 1956
Box 69, Folder 8H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, January 1, 1957 - February 28, 1957
Box 70: H.E.W. Social Security Administration. Correspondence.
Box 70, Folder 1H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, March 1, 1957 - April 30, 1957
Box 70, Folder 2H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, May 1, 1957 - June 30, 1957
Box 70, Folder 3H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, July 1, 1957 - August 31, 1957
Box 70, Folder 4H.E.W. Social Security administration, correspondence, September 1, 1957 - October 31, 1957
Box 70, Folder 5H.E.W. Social Security, administration, correspondence, November 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 70, Folder 6H.E.W Social Security, administration, correspondence, January 1, 1958 - February 28, 1958
Box 70, Folder 7H.E.W. Social Security, administration, correspondence, March 1, 1958 - April 30, 1958
Box 70, Folder 8H.E.W. Social Security, administration, correspondence, May 1, 1958 - July 16, 1958
Box 71: H.E.W. Office of Education. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 71, Folder 1H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, August 1, 1955 - December 31, 1955
Box 71, Folder 2H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1956 - February 28, 1956
Box 71, Folder 3H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1956 - September 30, 1956
Box 71, Folder 4H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, October 1, 1956 - December 31, 1956
Box 71, Folder 5H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1957 - June 30, 1957
Box 71, Folder 6H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, July 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 71, Folder 7H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1958 - February 28, 1958
Box 71, Folder 8H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1958 - April 30, 1958
Box 71, Folder 9H.E.W. Office of education, outgoing correspondence, May 1, 1958 - July 22, 1958
Box 72: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 72, Folder 1H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, August 1, 1955 - September 30, 1955
Box 72, Folder 2H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, October 1, 1955 - December 31, 1955
Box 72, Folder 3H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1956 - February 29, 1956
Box 72, Folder 4H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1956 - April 30, 1956
Box 73: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 73, Folder 1H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, May 1, 1956 - June 30, 1956
Box 73, Folder 2H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, July 1, 1956 - August 31, 1956
Box 73, Folder 3H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, September 1, 1956 - October 31, 1956
Box 73, Folder 4H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, November 1, 1956 - December 31, 1956
Box 74: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 74, Folder 1H.E.W. public health service, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1957 - February 28, 1957
Box 74, Folder 2H.E.W. public health service, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1957 - April 30, 1957
Box 74, Folder 3H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, May 1, 1957 - June 30, 1957
Box 74, Folder 4H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, July 1, 1957 - August 31, 1957
Box 75: H.E.W. Public Health Service. Outgoing Correspondence.
Box 75, Folder 1H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, September 1, 1957 - October 31, 1957
Box 75, Folder 2H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, November 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 75, Folder 3H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, January 1, 1958 - February 28, 1958
Box 75, Folder 4H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, March 1, 1958 - April 30, 1958
Box 75, Folder 5H.E.W. Public health service, outgoing correspondence, May 1, 1958 - August 31, 1958
Box 76: H.E.W.
Box 76, Folder 1H.E.W. Food and Drug Administration, reading file, August 1, 1955 - December 31, 1956
Box 76, Folder 2H.E.W. Food and Drug Administration, reading file, January 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 76, Folder 3H.E.W. Food and Drug Administration, reading file, January 1, 1958 - December 31, 1958
Box 76, Folder 4H.E.W. Office of vocational rehabilitation, correspondence, August 1, 1955 - December 31, 1956
Box 76, Folder 5H.E.W. Office of vocational rehabilitation, correspondence, January 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 76, Folder 6H.E.W. Office of vocational rehabilitation, correspondence, January 1, 1958 - July 30, 1958
Box 76, Folder 7H.E.W. White House, general correspondence, September 1, 1955 - December 30, 1956
Box 76, Folder 8H.E.W. White House, general correspondence, January 1, 1957 - December 31, 1957
Box 76, Folder 9H.E.W. White House, general correspondence, January 1, 1958 - July 30, 1958
Box 77: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 77, Folder 1H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, adminstration, 1956
Box 77, Folder 2H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, field administration, 1956
Box 77, Folder 3H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, Food and Drug Administration, 1956
Box 77, Folder 4H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, miscellaneous, 1956
Box 77, Folder 5H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, Office of Education, 1956
Box 77, Folder 6H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, public health service, 1956
Box 77, Folder 7H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, Social Security, 1956
Box 77, Folder 8H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, vocational rehabilitation, 1956
Box 77, Folder 9H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, administrations, 1957
Box 77, Folder 10H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, food and drug administration, 1957
Box 77, Folder 11H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, office of field administration, 1957
Box 78: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 78, Folder 1H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, O.O.E (office of education), 1957
Box 78, Folder 2H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, miscellaneous, 1957
Box 78, Folder 3H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, public health service, 1957
Box 78, Folder 4H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, social security, 1957
Box 78, Folder 5H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, office of vocation rehabilitation, 1957
Box 79: H.E.W. Correspondence on Proposed Legislation.
Box 79, Folder 1H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, office of administration, 1958
Box 79, Folder 2H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, O.O.E. (office of education?), 1958
Box 79, Folder 3H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, office of field administration, 1958
Box 79, Folder 4H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, food and drug administration, 1958
Box 79, Folder 5H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, miscellaneous, 1958
Box 79, Folder 6H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, public health service, 1958
Box 79, Folder 7H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, social security, 1958
Box 79, Folder 8H.E.W. correspondence on proposed legislation, office of vocational rehabilitation, 1958
Box 80: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Box 80, Folder 1H.E.W. chronological correspondence file, July, 1955
Box 80, Folder 2H.E.W. chronological correspondence file, August, 1955
Box 80, Folder 3H.E.W. chronological correspondence file, September, 1955
Box 80, Folder 4H.E.W. chronological correspondence file, October, 1955
Box 80, Folder 5H.E.W. chronological correspondence file, November, 1955
Folder 6. 1955. December.
Folder 7. 1956. January.
Folder 8. 1956. February.
Folder 9. 1956. March.
Folder 10. 1956. April.
Box 81: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Folder 1. 1956. May.
Folder 2. 1956. June.
Folder 3. 1956. July.
Folder 4. 1956. August.
Folder 5. 1956. September.
Folder 6. 1956. October.
Folder 7. 1956. November
Folder 8. 1956. December.
Folder 9. 1957. January.
Folder 10. 1957. February.
Folder 11. 1957. March.
Folder 12. 1957. April.
Box 82: H.E.W. Chronological Correspondence File.
Folder 1. 1957. May.
Folder 2. 1957. June.
Folder 3. 1957. July.
Folder 4. 1957. August.
Folder 5. 1957. September.
Folder 6. 1957. October.
Folder 7. 1957. November.
Folder 8. 1957. December.
Folder 9. 1958. January.
Folder 10. 1958. February.
Folder 11. 1958. March.
Folder 12. 1958. April.
Folder 13. 1958. May.
Folder 14. 1958. June.
Folder 15. 1958. July.
Box 83: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Aa-Az.
Folder 1. Aa-Am.
Folder 2. An-Az.
Folder 3. Adams, Sherman.
Folder 4. Advisory Council on Group Insurance.
Folder 5. American Red Cross. District of Columbia Chapter.
Folder 6. American Red Cross. 1958.
Folder 7. American Red Cross. 1957.
Folder 8. American Red Cross. 1956.
Folder 9. American Red Cross. 1955.
Box 84: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ba-Bz.
Folder 1. Ba-Bn.
Folder 2. Beebee, Alexander M.
Folder 3. Benefits of Government Employees.
Folder 4. Biographies. MBF.
Folder 5. Biographies. Published. Mr. Folsom.
Folder 6. Biographies. Miscellaneous.
Folder 7. Bo-Br.
Folder 8. Brown, J. Douglas.
Folder 9. Bu-By.
Folder 10. Burney, Leroy E.--Dr. Surgeon General.
Folder 11. Burns, Eveline M.--Dr.
Box 85: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ca-Cz.
Folder 1. Ca-Ch.
Folder 2. Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
Folder 3. Chapman, Albert K.--Dr.
Folder 4. Christmas Card Lists.
Folder 5. Ci-Cn.
Folder 6. Co.
Folder 7. Coggeshall, Lowell Thelwell.--Dr.
Folder 8. Council of Economic Advisors.
Folder 9. Cp-Cz.
Folder 10. Cutler, General Robert.
Box 86: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Da-Gz
Folder 1. D.
Folder 2. Disclosure of Information--Pension and Welfare Funds. S.3051.
Folder 3. Drafts of testimony on H.R. 7225.
Folder 4. E.
Folder 5. Eastman Kodak Company.
Folder 6. Eisenhower. President. Personal.
Folder 7. Fa-Fl.
Folder 8. Fm-Fz.
Folder 9. Ga-Gz.
Box 87: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ha-Harvard Fz.
Folder 1. Ha-He.
Folder 2. Hf-Hz.
Folder 3. Harvard Business School Club of New York.
Folder 4. Harvard Club of Washington, D.C.
Folder 5. Harvard College. Board of Overseers.
Folder 6. Harvard College. Washington Committee.
Box 88: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Harvard Ga-Harvard University.
Folder 1. Harvard Glee Club. Washington, D.C.
Folder 2. Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.
Folder 3. Harvard Medical School.
Folder 4. Harvard University. (Part I)
Folder 5. Harvard University. (Part II)
Folder 6. Harvard University. (Part III)
Box 89: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Harvard University. Aa- Hz.
Folder 1. Harvard University. Associated Harvard Clubs.
Folder 2. Harvard University. Miscellaneous Publications.
Folder 3. Harvard University. Miscellaneous Publications.
Folder 4. Harvard University. Miscellaneous Publications.
Folder 5. Hunt, Herold C.
Box 90: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ia-Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). 1956.
Folder 1. I.
Folder 2. Inauguration Ceremonies. 1957.
Folder 3. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). August 1955 - December 1955.
Folder 4. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). January 1956 - February 1956.
Folder 5. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). March 1956 - April 1956.
Folder 6. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). May 1956 - June 1956.
Folder 7. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). July 1956 - August 1956.
Folder 8. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). September 1956 - October 1956.
Folder 9. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). November 1956 - December 1956.
Box 91: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). January 1957 - April 1958.
Folder 1. January 1957 - February 1957.
Folder 2. March 1957 - April 1957.
Folder 3. May 1957 - June 1957.
Folder 4. July 1957 - August 1957.
Folder 5. September 1957 - October 1957.
Folder 6. November 1957 - December 1957.
Folder 7. January 1958 - February 1958.
Folder 8. March 1958 - April 1958.
Box 92: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Invitations. Secretary (or Mr. and Mrs.). May 1958 - Lz.
Folder 1. Invitations. Secretary. (or Mr. and Mrs.). May 1958 - June 1958.
Folder 2. Invitations. Secretary. (or Mr. and Mrs.). July 1958 - August 1958.
Folder 3. Invitations. Mrs. Folsom. October 1955 - June 1958.
Folder 4. J.
Folder 5. K.
Folder 6. L.
Folder 7. Land Grant Colleges and the Powell Amendment.
Folder 8. "Life Insurance Fact Book"
Folder 9. Linton, M. Albert.
Folder 10. Lists--List of people attending meetings in the Secretary's Office.
Box 93: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ma-Nz.
Folder 1. M.
Folder 2. Mc.
Folder 3. N.
Folder 4. Molby, Walter D.
Folder 5. National Health and Welfare Retirement Association, Inc. Folder: I.
Folder 6. National Health and Welfare Retirement Association, Inc. Folder: II.
Folder 7. North Atlantic Kenaf Corporation.
Box 94: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Oa-Sz.
Folder 1. O.
Folder 2. P.
Folder 3. Photographs--Requests for.
Folder 4. Q.
Folder 5. Ra-Rh.
Folder 6. Republican Convention. 1956.
Folder 7. Republican District of Columbia Young Republican Club and Young Republican National Federation.
Folder 8. Ri-Rz.
Folder 9. Robertson, Thomas F.
Folder 10. Sa-Sh.
Folder 11. Schmidt, Frederick H.
Folder 12. Si-Sp.
Folder 13. Sq-Sz.
Box 95: H.E.W. Alphabetical File. Ta-Zz.
Folder 1. T
Folder 2. Tax Foundation, Inc.
Folder 3. Taxes. Overlapping taxes in the United States.
Folder 4. U.
Folder 5. V.
Folder 6. Wa-Wh.
Folder 7. Wi-Wz.
Folder 8. X,Y,Z.
VIII. Committee for economic development
Box 96: Committee for Economic Development.
Folder 1. 1942-1943. Correspondence, Minutes. Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1942. Correspondence, Memoranda, etc.
Folder 3. 1942-1943. Industrial Advisory Board. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 4. 1943. Correspondence, Memoranda, etc. (Part I)
Folder 5. 1943. Correspondence, Memoranda, etc. (Part II)
Box 97: Committee for Economic Development.
Folder 1. 1942-1949. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1950. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 3. 1951. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 4. 1952. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 5. 1947-1949. Board of Trustees. Minutes.
Folder 6. 1946-1948. Executive Session of the Research and Policy Commission.
Folder 7. 1950-1952. Executive Committee. Minutes.
Folder 8. 1952. Letters re: February 6, 1952 letter to Senator Mahoney.
Folder 9. 1952. September 18, 1952 meeting re: Department of Commerce Survey.
Folder 10. 1952-1953. New York Office.
Folder 11. 1952. Washington Office.
Folder 12. 1949-1952. Letters to Trustees.
Box 98 Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Folder 1. 1949-1950. A-B.
Folder 2. 1949-1950. C-E.
Folder 3. 1949-1950. F-H.
Folder 4. 1949-1950. I-M.
Folder 5. 1949-1950. N-S.
Folder 6. 1949-1950. T-Z.
Box 99: Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Folder 1. 1951-1952.
Folder 2. 1951. New York Office.
Folder 3. 1951. Washington Office.
Folder 4. 1951. A-F.
Folder 5. 1951. G-K.
Folder 6. 1951. L-R.
Folder 7. 1951. S-Z.
Box 100: Committee for Economic Development.
Folder 1. 1950. Reports to Trustees.
Folder 2. 1951. Reports to Trustees.
Folder 3. 1952. Reports to Trustees.
Folder 4. 1952. International Economic Reconstruction.
Folder 5. 1952. European Trip. October.
Folder 6. 1952. European Trip. October.
Box 101: Committee for Economic Development.
Folder 1. 1952. Fiscal, Monetary, Debt Management Committee. (Patman Hearings).
Folder 2. 1952. Fiscal, Monetary, Debt Management Committee. (Patman Hearings).
Folder 3. 1952. Fiscal, Monetary, Debt Management Committee. (Patman Hearings).
Folder 4. 1952. Business Education Committee.
Folder 5. 1952. Business Education Committee.
Folder 6. 1952. Business Education Committee.
Folder 7. 1950-1951. Taxes.
Box 102: Committee for Economic Development. Correspondence.
Folder 1. 1953-1957.
Folder 2. 1953-1957.
Folder 3. 1953-1957.
Folder 4. 1953-1957.
Folder 5. 1953-1957.
Folder 6. 1953-1957.
Box 103: Committee for Economic Development.
Folder 1. 1958-1968.
Folder 2. 1958-1968.
Folder 3. 1962-1966. Subcommittee on Adaption of the Economy to Change.
Folder 4. 1962-1966. Subcommittee on Adaption of the Economy to Change.
Folder 5. 1962-1966. Subcommittee on Adaption of the Economy to Change.
Box 104: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
Folder 1. "Budgeting for National Objectives".
Folder 2. "Modernizing Local Government".
Folder 3. "Modernizing State Government".
Folder 4. "Modernizing State Government".
Folder 5. "Urban Goals".
Box 105: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
Folder 1. 1963. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1964. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 3. 1965. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 4. 1966. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Box 106: Committee for Economic Development. Committee for Improvement of Management in Government.
Folder 1. 1967. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1968. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials' etc.
Folder 3. By-laws, Press Clippings, etc.
Folder 4. "Improving Executive Management in the Federal Government".
Folder 5. "Presidential Succession and Presidential Inability".
IX. Advisory Councils, commissions, committees and conferences
Box 107: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. International Labor Organization Conference. Geneva, Switzerland. June, 1936.
Folder 1. Printed Materials.
Folder 2. Agenda, Notes, Minutes, etc.
Folder 3. Constitution, Reports, Correspondence, etc.
Box 108: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Business Advisory Council.
Folder 1. Correspondence preliminary to the first meeting of the B.A.C. with President Roosevelt. January - February, 1938.
Folder 2. Committee on Economic Policy. 1941.
Folder 3. Social Security Committee. 1935-1943.
Folder 4. Tax Committee. 1939-1941.
Folder 5. Committee on Economic Policy. 1942-1952.
Box 109: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Defense Advisory Committee.
Folder 1. 1940. Aluminum Policy.
Folder 2. 1940-1942. Aluminum Policy.
Folder 3. 1940-1941. Aluminum Policy.
Folder 4. 1940-1941. Aluminum Policy.
Folder 5. 1940-1941. Aluminum Policy.
Folder 6. 1940-1945. Aluminum Policy
Box 110: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Fund for Adult Education.
Folder 1. 1961-1963. Correspondence and Ten Year Report.
Folder 2. 1958-1960. Correspondence.
Folder 3. 1959-1960. Minutes and Financial Statement.
Box 111: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Rochester Hospital Fund.
Folder 1. May 1960 - June 1962.
Folder 2. July 1962.
Folder 3. August 1962 - September 1963.
Folder 4. Allocations Committee. 1960-1963.
Box 112: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder 1. Correspondence and Background Materials.
Folder 2. Correspondence and Background Materials.
Folder 3. Correspondence and Background Materials.
Folder 4. Committee Report and Galley Proof.
Folder 5. Preliminary Drafts of Committee Report.
Box 113: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder 1. Preliminary Drafts of Committee Report.
Folder 2. Miscellaneous Booklets on Higher Education in New York State.
Folder 3. Staff Papers. Central Campus for State University; Intercollegiate T.V. Network; Plan for Establishing a System of Intercollegiate Television.
Folder 4. Staff Papers. Utilization of Space; Year-Round Operation of Campuses; Plan for Establishment of Year-Round Instruction.
Folder 5. Staff Papers. Junior Colleges; Commuter Colleges; A Plan for a Network of Two-Year Public Colleges in New York State; Future Status of New York City Colleges.
Box 114: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder 1. Staff Papers. Various Legal Problems in New York State Higher Education; Legal Structure of Higher Education in New York State; Relationship Between Board of Regents and the State University; Principles and Recommendations Relating to the State University of New York; Plan for a New Graduate and Undergraduate University for the State of New York; Observations as to the Organization of Higher Education in New York State; Modern Management Techniques for Colleges and Universities; Modern Management for the State University.
Folder 2. Staff Papers. A Plan for State Aid to Students Graduating from Private Colleges and Universities in New York State; State Aid to Private Colleges and Universities; New York State Grants to Private Colleges and Universities; Waxman Report on State Aid; Granting Scholarships, Fellowships and Loans; Financing Higher Education; A Plan for Uniform Tuition in State-Supported Colleges; Opposition to Increasing Tuition at Public Colleges; A Plan for Increasing Financial Aid to Undergraduates.
Folder 3. Staff Papers. Medical Education; A Report on Dental Education; A Plan to Establish a Health Personnel Resources Institute; Observations of Medical Education and on How to Increase the Number and Availability of Physicians; Suggestions for the Solution of the Problem of the Shortage of Nurses; Nursing Education.
Box 115: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder Staff Papers. Legal Education; A Plan for Improving Teacher Education in New York State; Expanding Supply of College and University Teachers; Engineering Education; Science Laboratory Centers; Language Laboratory Centers; Business Administration; Expanding Graduate Education.
Folder Staff Papers. Basic Data on Selected Universities in New York State; Standards of Admission; Future Enrollments Undergraduate and Graduate; How to Expand Cooperative Education in New York State; Manpower Needs in New York State; Brief Description of State University Long Island Center; A Plan for Institute for Advancement of Higher Education.
Box 116: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder 1. Staff Papers. Grants to Private Colleges by the State of Pennsylvania; The Indiana Plan for Increased Faculty Salaries;. Canadian System of Government Grants to Private Colleges and Universities; University Grants Committee. Great Britain; Joint Activities of Five Colleges at Clarement, California; Higher Education in California, Minnesota and Ohio.
Folder 2. Staff Papers. Contract Colleges; Miscellaneous Statistics; Inter-Institutional Cooperation by Colleges and Universities; A Plan for Promoting Inter-institutional Cooperation in New York State; Fringe Benefits; Recommendations by C.C. Furnas, Chancellor, The University of Buffalo; Suggestions by Drs. Carmichael and McConnell.
Box 117: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. New York State Committee on Higher Education. 1960-1961.
Folder 1. Staff Papers. Cooperative Work-Study Plan;. Inter-Institutional Library Cooperation; Improved Quality of Courses; A Plan to Provide Adequate Library Facilities for Colleges and Universities; Raise Level of Attainment; Advanced Placement; How to Expand Advanced Placement Program; Awarding College Credit by Examination.
Folder 2. F.R.H. Martens. The Present State of Higher Education in New York State.
Box 118: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Commission on Goals for Higher Education in the South.
Folder 1. 1960. Correspondence re: August 6, 1960 Speech before Ninth Annual Legislative Work Conference and background material and Correspondence re: Organizational meeting of the Commission.
Folder 2. 1961. Correspondence and Miscellaneous Printed Materials.
Folder 3. 1961. Background Materials.
Box 119: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Commission on Goals for Higher Education in the South. 1961.
Folder 1. Staff Paper. The Region's Need for College Trained Manpower; Staff Paper. Educational Television; Wattenbarger and Henderson. Expansion of Educational Opportunity; Financing Higher Education. No. 8. Cost to the Student; A.J. Brumbaugh. Research and Self-Study as a Means of Improving Higher Education; Staff Paper. State Planning for Higher Education; Staff Paper. Regional Planning for Higher Education; J.M. Stalnaker. Identification and Encouragement of the Gifted; Reaction Sheet. Berdie Paper on Counseling and Guidance; Staff Paper. How Can Higher Education be Financed in the Sixties; J.A. Griffin. The Future of the Predominantly Negro College.
Folder 2. R.B. Downs. Strengthening and Improving Library Resources for Southern Higher Education; E.F. Witte. Social Work Manpower Needs in the South; C.V. Kidd. Strengthening Research in Southern Universities; W.G. Waley. Graduate Education in the South--A Perspective; E.M. Crawford. Press Release. May 7, 1961; Staff Paper. A Look at Faculty Salaries; Staff Paper. Expansion of Educational Opportunity: The Problems of Student Finance and Student Aid; Staff Paper. Selective Admissions and Student Quality; Staff Paper. Engineering Manpower Supply and Demand in the South; F.C. Robb. Meeting the Needs for Public School Teachers in the South; J.E. Ivey Jr. Finding a Role for Technology in Higher Education.
Folder 3. Staff Paper. A Look at Faculty Salaries; C. Scheps. Financing Private Higher Education in the South; Staff Paper. Expansion of Educational Opportunity: The Problems of Student Finance and Student Aid; Staff Paper. Committee on Higher Education in New York State. A Plan for Promoting Inter-institutional Cooperation in New York State; Staff Paper. Developing a Simpler Curriculum; R.B. Vance. The South's Commitment to Permanent Revolution: Is It Irrevocable; J.A. Perkins. Ratios, Teaching Loads and Efficiency in Higher Education; F.C. Pray. Summary. Improving Public Understanding of and Commitment to Higher Education; Staff Paper. Improving the Faculty.
Folder 4. Staff Paper. Some Economic Implications of the Trimester Schedule.; Staff Paper. The Role of S.R.E.B. in the Future of Higher Education.; Staff Paper. Summary. Engineering Manpower Needs in the South.; F.C. Pray. Improving Public Understanding of and Commitment to Higher Education.; C.O. Houle. Higher Adult Education in a Changing Nation.; J. Hope II. The Status and Future Prospects for the Negro Student of Higher Education in the South; Staff Paper #1. Growth of Higher Education in the South; Staff Paper #2. Current Trends in College-going and in Admissions Policy; Staff Paper #3. How Can Current Higher Educational Operations be Financed?; Tentative Outline. For Consideration of Goals Commission. Questions--; Working Papers Approach; Recommendation for the Establishment of a Commission on Goals for Higher Education in the South.
Folder 5. Report, Correspondence, Clippings, etc.
Folder 6. 1962. Correspondence after Final Report.
Box 120: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. Cornell Lectures. October 1961 - December 19610 Background Materials.
Folder 2. Health Care of Aged Study. Ford Foundation. 1961-19650
Folder 3. Health Care of Aged Study. Ford Foundation. 1961-1965.
Box 121: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Rockefeller Foundation Ad Hoc Committee on Voluntary Health and Welfare Agencies. 1961.
Folder 1. Final Report, Correspondence and Releases.
Folder 2. Draft Report.
Folder 3. Correspondence, Clippings and Exploratory Study.
Box 122: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. The Advisory Committee on Public Health Service Personnel Systems.
Folder 1. Public Health Service Study. 1961-1963.
Folder 2. Public Health Service Study. 1961-1963.
Folder 3. Public Health Service Study. Background Materials.
Box 123: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. National Committee on Health Care of Aged. 1962.
Folder 2. National Committee on Health Care of Aged. 1962.
Folder 3. National Committee on Health Care of Aged. 1963.
Folder 4. National Committee on Health Care of Aged. 1962-1963. Membership, minutes, etc.
Folder 5. National Citizen's Committee on Voluntary Health and Welfare. 1962-1963.
Box 124: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Advisory Panel on Military Pay Systems.
Folder 1. 1962-1963. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1962-1963. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 3. 1962-1963. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 4. 1962-1963. Correspondence, Memoranda, Printed Materials, etc.
Box 125: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. Advisory Panel on Cabinet and Congressional Salaries. 1963.
Folder 2. Advisory Panel on Cabinet and Congressional Salaries. 1963.
Folder 3. Presidential Panel on Government Civilian and Military Pay. 1965.
Folder 4. Presidential Panel on Government Civilian and Military Pay. 19650
Box 126: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Federal Hospital Council. 1962-1966.
Folder 1. Membership, Correspondence and Information.
Folder 2. Minutes.
Folder 3. Background Materials.
Box 127: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Folder 1. 1962. Correspondence, Printed Materials, etc.
Folder 2. 1963. Correspondence.
Folder 3. 1964. Correspondence, News Releases and Organizational Study.
Folder 4. 1965. Correspondence, Reports and Minutes.
Folder 5. 1966. Correspondence.
Folder 6. Directories and Newsletters.
Box 128: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Folder 1. 1962. Minutes.
Folder 2. 1963. Minutes.
Folder 3. 1964. Minutes.
Folder 4. 1965. Minutes.
Box 129: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. National Commission on Community Health Service.
Folder 1. 1963. First Annual Report.
Folder 2. 1964. Second Annual Report.
Folder 3. 1965. Third Annual Report.
Folder 4. 1966. Final Report.
Folder 5. 1965. National Task Forces Project. Advisory Committee.
Folder 6. 1965. Conference. Workbook.
Box 130: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs.
Folder 1. 1964. Correspondence.
Folder 2. 1965. Correspondence.
Folder 3. 1964-1965. Minutes.
Folder 4. 1965. Final Report.
Box 131: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs.
Folder 1. 1964-1965. Miscellaneous Background Materials.
Folder 2. 1964-1965. Miscellaneous Background Materials.
Folder 3. 1964-1965. Miscellaneous Background Materials.
Box 132: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Councils. President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Folder 1. 1964. Correspondence, Reports and Printed Materials.
Folder 2. 1964. Miscellaneous Minutes.
Folder 3. 1964. Committee on Research.
Folder 4. 1964. Manpower Subcommittee.
Box 133: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees-and Conferences. President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Folder 1. 1964. Statements, Objectives, Agendas and Minutes.
Folder 2. 1965. Presentation by U.S. Public Health Service to the Office of Science and Technology, Public Health Service Hospital's Study Committees
Folder 3. 1964. A National Program to Conquer Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Folder 4. 1965. A National Program to Conquer Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke.
Box 134: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Patient Care Planning Council of Rochester and Monroe County. 1965-1966.
Folder 1. Minutes.
Folder 2. Printed Materials.
Box 135: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. City School District.
Folder 1. Report of Ad Hoc Committee. April 5, 1966.
Folder 2. Superintendent Goldberg. 1967.
Folder 3. Citizen's Advisory Panel on Financing Public Education. 1967.
Box 136: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences. Title XIX (Medicaid).
Folder 1. 1966. MBF Statement and Implementation Plan.
Folder 2. 1966. Eligibility.
Folder 3. 1966. Implementation
Folder 4. 1966. Administration.
Folder 5. 1967. Correspondence, Releases, etc.
Box 137: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. 1933-1935. U.S. Employment Service. Federal Advisory Council. (Part I)
Folder 2. 1933-1935. U.S. Employment Service. Federal Advisory Council. (Part II)
Folder 3. 1947. American Merchant Marine Conference. Proceedings.
Folder 4. 1947. President's Advisory Commission on the Merchant Marine. Charts and Articles.
Folder 5. 1947. President's Advisory Commission on the Merchant Marine. Report, Correspondence, Articles, etc.
Folder 6. 1946-1947. President's Advisory Commission on the Merchant Marine. Correspondence, Reports, etc.
Folder 7. 1947. President's Advisory Commission on the Merchant Marine. Abstracts of Hearings, Charts Printed Materials, etc.
Box 138: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. 1948-1954. Précis of the history of Committees and MBF's involvement in them.
Folder 2. 1948-1952. Genesee Valley Medical and Surgical Plan.
Box 139: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. 1951-1952. Business Committee on Emergency Corporate Taxation.
Folder 2. 1950. Federal Security Agency. National Conference on Aging.
Folder 3. 1953-1955. National Citizens Committee for Educational Television.
Folder 4. 1953-1955. Princeton University. Advisory Council of the Department of Economics and Sociology.
Folder 5. 1960. Brookings Institution. Advisory Committee on Presidential Transition.
Folder 6. 1960. White House Conference on Aging.
Folder 7. 1961. White House Conference on Children and Youth.
Folder 8. 1963. Bipartisan Citizen's Committee for Federal Aid for Public Elementary and Secondary Education.
Box 140: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. 1963. Citizen's Committee for a Nuclear Test Ban.
Folder 2. 1963. President's Committee on Public Education in D.C.
Folder 3. 1964. National Independent Committee for President Johnson and Senator Humphrey.
Folder 4. 1965. Citizen's Committee for a Constitutional Convention.
Folder 5. 1965. Harvard University. Program on Technology and Society. Advisory Committee.
Folder 6. 1966-1967. Harvard University. Program on Technology and Society. Advisory Committee.
Folder 7. 1965. National Council for Civic Responsibility.
Folder 8. 1965. White House Conference on Health.
Box 141: Advisory Councils, Commissions, Committees and Conferences.
Folder 1. 1966. New York State Committee for Center for Study of Health Manpower Resources.
Folder 2. 1966-1967. New York State Task Force on Federal Fiscal Relations.
Folder 3. 1967. Office of Economic Opportunity. Business Leadership Advisory Council.
Folder 4. 1967. Regents Advisory Committee on Educational Leadership.
X. Speech file
[*Asterisks refer to supplemental material in the bound volumes of Speeches .]
Box 142: Speech File. February 1956 - June 1956.
Folder 1. Materials used by M.B.F. re: Speeches.
Folder 2. Feb. 10, 1956. National Business Publications. "State of the Nation Dinner". Printed Materials and Uncorrected Carbon.*
Folder 3. Feb. 15, 1956. Closed Circuit Medical T.V. program. Draft and Recorded Remarks.
Folder 4. Feb. 17, 1956. Washington Conference of Mayors. "Education Program for 1956". Printed Materials and Copy of Notes.*
Folder 5. March 3, 1956. Rochester City Club. Address. Correspondence, Notes and Annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 6. March 3, 1956. WHAM-TV. "Court of Public Opinion". Correspondence and Preliminary Questions.*
Folder 7. March 8, 1956. American Society for Personnel Administration. Correspondence, Preliminary Program and Copy of the Notes.*
Folder 8. March 12, 1956. State Public Assistance and Welfare Administrators. Address. Copy of Notes, Correspondence, Printed Material.*
Folder 9. March 14, 1956. Calvin Bullock Forum. Correspondence and Program.*
Folder 10. March 15, 19560 Subcommittee on Labor and Public Welfare of the Senate Appropriations Committee. Statements.*
Folder 11. March 18, 1956. WMAL-TV. College Press Conference. Correspondence and Printed Materials.*
Folder 12. March 21, 1956. Recorded Radio Program with Congressman Perkins Bass (R., N.H.). Copy of Notes.*
Folder 13. March 24, 1956. New York Herald Tribune. "Freedom: the Essence of American Education". Release Copy, Memoranda and Draft Copy of "On Public Education in the U.S.S.R.".*
Folder 14. March 27, 1956. Recorded Radio Program with Congressman Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr. (R., N.J.). Correspondence, and Copy of Notes.*
Folder 15. April 8, 1956. Blue Cross/Blue Shield Conference. Address. Annotated Release Copy with summary of Recommendations contained therein.*
Folder 16. April 9, 1956. American Pharmaceutical Manufacturer's Association--Address. Printed Materials, Copy of Notes and Release Copy.*
Folder 17. April 12, 1956. Executive Committee of the States' Vocational Rehabilitation Council--Greetings. Correspondence, Printed Materials and Copy of Notes.*
Folder 18. April 12, 1956. HEW Honor and Awards Ceremony. Correspondence, Memoranda, Program, Notes on Agenda and Ribbon Copy of Remarks.*
Folder 19. April 18, 1956. Greetings--Deans of Schools of Social Work. Notes and Copy of Notes.
Folder 20. April 23, 1956. Address--Dinner Meeting--Nat'1 Fund for Medical Education, New York. Original and Copy of "Excerpts from 'I Remember' the Autobiography of Abraham Flexner" and annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 21. April 30, 1956. Address--Economic Club of Detroit. Program and Transcript.*
Folder 22. May 17, 1956. Speech--Society for Personnel Administration. Memoranda and Copy to Notes.*
Folder 23. May 17, 1956. Speech--President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped. Invitation and Release Copy.*
Folder 24. May 21, 1956. Speech--National Conference of Social Work. St. Louis, Missouri. Memoranda and Facts about Conference.*
Folder 25. May 31, 1956. Speech--Dedication of Research Building of Children's Hospital. Los Angeles, California. Program and Annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 26. June 1, 1956. Speech--Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco. Correspondence, Memoranda and Annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 27. June 7, 1956. Remarks--Federal-State Conference on Aging. Washington. Release Copy.*
Folder 28. June 13, 1956. National Council for Community Improvement. Washington. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 29. June 18, 1956. Conference on Fitness of American Youth. Annotated Release Copy and Conference Materials.*
Folder 30. June 19, 1956. Recording for T.V. Program with Congressman Keating (R., N.Y.). Copy of Notes.*
Folder 31. June 24, 1956. Reporters' Roundup T.V. Program. Advance Press Release.
Folder 32. June 27, 1956. Speech--50th Anniversary of the Federal Food and Drug Law. Program.*
Box 143: Speech File. July 1956 - August 1957.
Folder 1. July 3, 1956. Press Conference. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 2. July 26, 1956. Recording for use in campaign by Senator Bennett. Copy of Statement.*
Folder 3. Aug. 21, 1956. Platform Speech--1956 Republican National Convention. San Francisco. Release Copy.*
Folder 4. Sept. 20, 1956. Twenty Second Spot T.V. film for United Givers Fund. Text and Copy of Spot.*
Folder 5. Oct. 11, 1956. Civil Service Assembly of the United States and Canada. (MBF to introduce Paul Martin: Minister of Health and Welfare--Canada). Notes and Annotated Introductory Remarks.*
Folder 6. Oct. 11, 1956. American Council on Education Banquet. Chicago. Preliminary Program, Program and Annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 7. Oct. 28, 1956. National Conference of Catholic Charities-Annual Meeting. Statler Hotel, Buffalo. Release Copy.*
Folder 8. Nov. 1, 1956. American Cancer Society--Annual Dinner. New York City. Invitation, program, Copy of Speech, and Release Copy.*
Folder 9. Nov. 7, 1956. Remarks before State and Territorial Health Officers' Meeting. DHEW Auditorium. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 10. Nov. 14, 1956. Remarks at meeting of Voluntary Organizations in Field of Aging. Memorandum and Acceptances.*
Folder 11. Nov. 15, 1956. Meeting with Chamber of Commerce on Economic Security. Correspondence and Memoranda.*
Folder 12. Nov. 27, 1956. Remarks before meeting on Recent Social Trends-in Chart Room. Copy of Suggested Introductory Remarks.*
Folder 13. Dec. 3, 1956. Reporter's Roundup for the Mutual Broadcasting System. Washington, D.C. (Recorded on November 30 at HEW). Notes and Announcement.
Folder 14. Dec. 3, 1956. Remarks--Bureau of Old-Age and Survivor's Insurance in Baltimore. Memorandum.*
Folder 15. Dec. 20, 1956. Luncheon meeting with Littauer Alumni of Harvard University. Correspondence and Memorandum.*
Folder 16. Dec. 20, 1956. Remarks to be made at Dedication Ceremony for Children's Stamp at the White House. Release Copy.*
Folder 17. Jan. 15, 1957. Dedication Ceremony. Stamp Honoring Those Who Helped Fight Polio. Annotated Release Copy.*
Folder 18. Jan. 29, 1957. Remarks--Board of Directors, N.A.M. Hotel Statler. Correspondence and Copy of Notes.
Folder 19. Feb. 4, 1957. Remarks--Youth Training--Incentives Conference sponsored by President Eisenhower's Committee on Government Contracts. Correspondence, Conference Materials and Copy of Remarks.*
Folder 20. Feb. 11, 1957. Statement--Before the House Appropriations Committee. Note stating that copies were not distributed.*
Folder 21. Feb. 20, 1957. Read Greeting from President Eisenhower before Annual Brotherhood Dinner. Copy of Greeting and Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 22. Feb. 25, 1957. Address Convocation. Receive degree Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. Program and Informational Pamphlets.*
Folder 23. March 6, 1957. N.A.M. Employee Health and Benefits Committee Luncheon. Sheraton-Carlton Hotel. Statistic Cards.
Folder 24. March 12, 1957. Statement before the General Education Subcommittee of the House Committee on Education and Labor. Release Copy.
Folder 25. March 13, 1957. Interview by Dr. Wilma Donahue for the University of Michigan Television Hour. Correspondence and Note Cards.*
Folder 26. April 7, 1957. "College News Conference". ABC-TV. Note Stating that extra copy was not available.*
Folder 27. April 11, 1957. Opening Statement before the Senate Committee on Appropriations. Mimeographed Copy.*
Folder 28. April 13, 1957. Midwest Business Conference of Harvard Business School. Chicago. Release Copy of Address.*
Folder 29. April 23, 1957. Address--Rochester Rotary Award Meeting. Rochester, N.Y. Release Copy.*
Folder 30. April 27, 1957. The Washington Pilgrimage Award Winners. Presentation to the Church Woman of the Year. Program, Remarks and Copy of Citation.*
Folder 31. May 4, 1957. Remarks--Spring 1957. MBF on Panel discussion being planned for Associated Harvard Clubs of Washington, D.C. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 32. May 8, 1957. Luncheon--Annual Meeting-- Health Insurance Association of America. Sheraton Park Hotel. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 33. May 21, 1957. Luncheon--Five Minute Talk. Washington Board of Trade. Presidential Arms. Note Cards and Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 34. May 24, 1957. Cards used in Cabinet Presentation on Polio Vaccine Situation. Copy.*
Folder 35. May 24, 1957. Address--Brick Church in Rochester. Annotated Copies of Note Cards.*
Folder 36. May 28, 1957. Remarks--Presentation Ceremony--Citation for Meritorious Service to Margaret P. Bray, O.V.R. Copy.*
Folder 37. June 3, 1957. Awarded Honorary Degree. Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. Correspondence and Schedules.
Folder 38. June 6, 1957. Address--Ceremony of Presentation of Ten Millionth Social Security check. Copy of Letter from Eisenhower, Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 39. June 7, 1957. Remarks--Before the Savings Bond Meeting of Keymen. Copy of Remarks.*
Folder 40. June 10, 1957. Honorary LL.D. Swarthmore College. (No Speech) Invitation and Correspondence.
Folder 41. July 3, 1957. Remarks--Upon Acceptance of Honorary Life Membership in National Education Association. Release Copy.*
Folder 42. July 22, 1957. Press Conference. Statement--Release Copy.*
Box 144: Speech File. September 1957 - July 1958.
Folder 1. Sept. 25, 1957. Remarks--Before Medical Officers in Charge Conference. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 2. Sept. 25, 1957. Dave Garraway's Show--"Today". Correspondence, Memoranda and Cue Cards.*
Folder 3. Oct. 1, 1957. Remarks--Annual Membership Luncheon--Family and Child Services.*
Folder 4. Oct. 10, 1957. Meeting of Consultants on Medical Research and Education. Memorandum and Agenda.*
Folder 5. Oct. 10, 1957. Radio Broadcast (Taped 10/9/57). Copy of Reading Copy, Suggested Script and Release Copy.*
Folder 6. Oct. 21, 1957. Address--Association of American Medical Colleges. Atlantic City, N.J. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 7. Nov. 1, 1957. Address--United Cerebral Palsy Association. Annual Meeting. St. Louis. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 8. Nov. 2, 1957. Address--Conference on Engineering and Scientific Education. Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago. Program, Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 9. Nov. 4, 1957. Address--League of Republican Women. Draft Reading Copy, Note Cards and Rough Draft Section.*
Folder 10. Nov. 4, 1957. Remarks--State and Territorial Health Officers Meeting. Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 11. Nov. 10, 1957. Telephone Hookup Congratulating Earl Shreve on United Givers Fund in Boward County. Copy of Reading Copy.
Folder 12. Nov. 12, 1957. Conference on Education (Our Manpower Future) Department of Labor. Copy of Notes and Conference Information.*
Folder 13. Nov. 26, 1957. Remarks--Food Law Institute Conference. Memoranda and Suggested Topics.
Folder 14. Dec. 5, 1957. Address--Second Constitutional Convention, AFL-CIO. Atlantic City, N.J. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 15. Dec. 12, 1957. Remarks--Washington Luncheon--Program for Harvard College Organization. Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 16. Jan. 16, 1958. Talk--"Know Your Schools". Luncheon. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 17. Jan. 21, 1958. Viewpoint--Recording for Radio Program. National Council, Protestant Episcopal Church. Copy of Paper.*
Folder 18. Jan. 28, 1958. Leadership Training School ( Young Republican National Federation and D.C. Young Republicans). Registration Form.
Folder 19. Jan. 29, 1958. Talk--Chamber of Commerce Dinner. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 20. Feb. 3, 1958. Statement--Before the Special Education and General Education Subcommittees of the House Committee on Education and Labor. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 21. Feb. 5, 1958. Remarks--Social Legislation Information Service's Meeting of National Organizations. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 22. Feb. 6, 1958. Greetings--NEA Conference to Consider problems of Identifying and Educating Academically Talented Pupils. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 23. Feb. 6, 1958. Statement--Before the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 24. Feb. 12, 1958. Dateline Washington--Interview with Representative Hale Boggs of La., filmed for use in New Orleans on 2/16. Transcript.*
Folder 25. Feb. 18, 1958. Testify--Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Educational System of U.S.S.R. and U.S.). Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 26. Feb. 22, 1958. Golden Key Award. St. Louis, Missouri. Pamphlet and Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 27. Feb. 25, 1958. Greetings--National Conference on Nursing Homes and Homes for the Aged. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 28. Feb. 25, 1958. Tenth Anniversary National Catholic School of Social Service. Catholic University of America. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 29. March 7, 1958. CANCELED. "Government in the Service of the People". Voice of America. Correspondence.
Folder 30. March 13, 1958. Present Award to Washington High School Student who has made the greatest contribution to Electronics (Hi-Fi Show). Copy of Reading Copy.*
Folder 31. March 13, 1958. Greeting--Spring Meeting of National Committee on the Aging. Willard Hotel. Pamphlet, Agenda, and Copy of Notes.*
Folder 32. March 13, 1958. Talk--Business Advisory Council Dinner. Copy of Notes.*
Folder 33. March 17, 1958. "Competition in the Classroom". Rotary Club of Atlanta. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 34. March 23, 1958. "College News Conference" WMAL-TV. 4461 Conn. Avenue. Correspondence and Outline.*
Folder 35. May 22, 1958. Address--Baltimore YWCA and Baltimore Council of Social Agencies. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 36. May 27, 1958. Address--Delivered as Host and Chief of United States Delegation for the Tenth Anniversary Luncheon of the World Health Organization. Copy of Reading Copy and Release Copy.*
Folder 37. June 11, 1958. "Youth Wants to Know" NBC. MBF Interviewed by Soviet student editors. Correspondence.*
Folder 38. June 16, 1958. Statement--Before Ways and Means Committee of House of Representatives re: Social Security Act. Release Copy.*
Folder 39. June 18, 1958. Greetings--Ground-breaking Ceremony. American Association of University Women. Release Copy.*
Folder 40. June 19, 1958. Statement--Before Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations of the Committee on Government Operations of the House of Representatives. Copy of Reading Copy with Charts and Release Copy with Charts.*
Folder 41. July 1, 1958. Remarks--Testimonial Luncheon honoring Dr. gurney. Correspondence and Program.*
Folder 42. July 25, 1958. Cabinet Presentation. Copy of Notes.*
XI. Speeches
Volume 1VOLUME I: 1924-September 21, 1935
Talk re: Statistical Department, ca. 1924 or 1925
Talk to College Men (notes), August 5, 19295
Notes of three talks re: 13-month Calendar
>Unemployment Problem (notes)
Rochester Civic Committee on Unemployment, August 28, 1930
Location: Silver Bay Conference

Rochester Civic Committee on Unemployment, October 9, 1930
Location: NAM, New York City

The Story of Kodak (radio broadcast), October. 16, 1930
Location: WHAM, Rochester

What Rochester Industries Have Been Doing to Stabilize Sales, Production, Employment, >November 6, 1930
Program of Stabilized Production and Employment, >December 1930
Business Cycles, December 1930
Location: Bond Club, Rochester

Business Cycles (Talk to Salesmen), January 7, 1931
Location: Rochester

Responsibility of the Individual Community toward the Unemployment Problem, February 27, 1931
Location: New Haven, Connecticut

Rochester Unemployment Benefit Plan (at Nat'l Metal Trades Association), April 16, 1931
Location: Cincinnati

Reducing Seasonal Fluctuation in Employment (at U.S.C. of C. meeting), April 30, 1931
Location: Atlantic City

Rochester Unemployment Benefit Plan, August 27, 1931
Location: Silver Bay Conferencey

Responsibility of the Individual Community toward the Long-Term Unemployment Problem (Harrisburg Welfare Federation), September 27, 1931
Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Rochester Unemployment Benefit Plan (to N.Y. State Legislative Committee), >October 15, 1931
Location: Rochester

Unemployment Insurance Unemployment Benefit Plans
Rochester Unemployment Benefit Plan, October 29, 1931
Location: NAM, New York City

Unemployment Insurance (notes)
Unemployment Reserves (notes)
Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Benefit Plans, February 10, 1932
Location: Harvard Business Review

Humanitarian Aspects of Industrial Pensions (notes)
Industrial Pensions (notes)
Technocracy, February 16, 1932
Location: University of Rochester

Stability of Employment (Talk at Mechanics Institute), March 23, 1932
Location: Rochester

Forecast of Industrial Social Relations During Next 5 Years (Talk at YMCA), 1932
Location: Rochester

Radio Talk for Rochester Savings Bank Program, March 1, 1933
Location: Rochester

Forecast of Industrial Social Trends (notes--Talk to Billings Group), February 15, 1933
Location: Rochester

Human Side of Industry (notes)
Industrial Pensions (notes)
Civic Unemployment Committee (Talk at Annual Meeting of Civic Committee on Unemployment), May 12, 1933
Location: Rochester

Unemployment Reserves, November 15, 1933
Location: Rochester

Effects of Recovery Program--to Date and Prospective, February 14, 1934
Unemployment Insurance or Reserves? (notes)
Unemployment Reserves (notes)
Statement to Congressional Committee re: Wagner-Lewis Bill (Unemployment Reserves), March 22, 1934
Location: Washington, DC

Present Business Situation (talk at University Club), April 3, 1934
Location: Rochester

Statement to Legislative Committee re: Unemployment Reserves Bills before N.Y. State Legislature, April 4, 1934
Location: Albany

Statement on WHEC re: Community Chest, May 16, 1934
Location: Rochester

Y.M.C.A., September 25, 1934
Location: Rochester

Life Insurance, November 12, 1934
Financial Plan for Employees (at Kodak), December 19, 1934
Location: Rochester

Statement to Senate Finance Committee re: Economic Security Bill, February 8, 1935
Location: >Washington, DC

Statement at N.Y. State Senate Hearing on Unemployment Compensation, March 6, 1935
Location: Albany

The N.Y. State Unemployment Compensation Law (Associated Industries), June 6, 1935
Location: Buffalo

Effects of Social Security Bill on Company Annuity Plans, July 1935
Location: A.M.A., New York City

The Social Security Act (Statement to Democrat Chronicle), August 14, 1935
Location: Rochester

Company Security Plans and Security Legislation, September 21, 1935
Location: Princeton

Volume 2VOLUME II: January 9, 1936-November 15, 1939
The Social Security Act (Sunday Breakfast Club), January 9, 1936
Location: Philadelphia

State Unemployment Compensation Laws, February 6, 1936
Location: A.M.A.

Social Security -- notes only, February 20, 1936
Location: Harvard Business School Club

Business Conditions (notes only), March 12, 1936
Social Security Act in Relation to Private Plans for Employees' Benefits (Round Table on Industrial Relations, U.S.C. of C.), April 29, 1936
Location: Washington, DC

Social Security Laws and Their Administration (Controllers Institute), October 5, 1936
European Impressions, October 16, 1936
Location: Brick Church, Rochester

Business and Social Security Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, October 20, 1936
Location: Philadelphia

The Old Age Phase of Social Security -- American Hardware Association, October 20, 1936
Location: Atlantic City

Social Security -- General Conclusions (notes only), November 27, 1936
Credit and Inflation Outlook for 1937 (notes only)
Forecasting 1937 (notes only), December 16, 1936
Location: N.A.C.A.

Address at Annual Meeting of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 25, 1937
Location: Rochester

European Impression (Supper Meeting) (notes only), February 3, 1937
Location: Rochester

Address at Council of Social Agencies (notes), April 27, 1937
Location: Rochester

Health Insurance, September 15, 1937
Location: Princeton

The Chamber of Commerce and Social Trends (notes only), October 26, 1937
Location: Buffalo

Important Aspects in Any Labor Relations Program (notes), December 2, 1937
Location: Chicago

Business Situation and Outlook, December 3, 1937
Broadcast over WHAM -- re: Unemployment Insurance, January 29, 1938
Location: Rochester

Security for the American Worker, US Department of Commerce Broadcast over CBS, February 5, 1938
Location: Washington, DC

Address to Metropolitan Life Insurance Salesmen (notes only), February 4, 1938
Address at YMCA (notes only), March 31, 1938
Location: Rochester

Unemployment Insurance and Old Age Benefit Plans -- Current Problems. (Address at meeting of American Association for Social Security), April 9, 1938
Location: New York City

Industry and Private Charity: Address at meeting of Joint Charities and Community Fund (notes), April 20, 1938
Location: Buffalo

Address at R.B.I. (notes only)
Location: Rochester

Wage Dividend Plan and Industrial Relations Program of Eastman Kodak Co. -- Statement to Senate Subcommittee, November 21, 1938
Location: Washington, DC

Business Situation and Outlook (notes only), December 20, 1938
Stabilization of Employment and Annual Income, January 19, 1939
Location: N.I.C.B.

Summary of Views on Social Security to Committee on Ways and Means of House of Representatives, March 2, 1939
Location: Washington, DC

Current Problems Facing Industry and Government (Billings' Group), March 22, 1939
Location: Rochester

Industrial Relations Problems Facing Industry, April 11, 1939
Location: Buffalo

Washington Impressions -- Current Events Club (Mrs. Loomis), April 13, 1939
Location: Rochester

University of Denver Conference on Government Management (Social Security), June 20, 1939
Location: Estes Park, Co.

Coordination of Pension Plans with Social Security Provisions (Edison Electric Institute), November 15, 1939
Location: Chicago

Volume 3VOLUME III: April 18, 1940-June 11, 1945
Social Security Act (notes only), April 18, 1940
Location: N.I.C.B.

Selective Service Act (notes only), September 20, 1940
Location: Princeton

Unemployment Insurance Situation -- Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies, October 2, 1940
Location: Washington, DC

National Defense Program (IMC) -- notes, October 7, 1940
Location: Rochester

National Defense Program -- notes (Mrs. Lovejoy's Group), April 24, 1941
Location: Rochester

Federal Taxation: Talk to New England Council, June 20, 1941
Location: Boston

Social Security and Defense (notes), September 18, 1941
Location: Princeton

Social Security (notes only), November 1941
Four Risks Head of Family or Individual Faces (Columbia School -- notes), 1942
Location: Rochester

Economic Aspects of War and Postwar Period (notes), February 23, 1942
Location: Brick Church, Rochester

Rochester and Monroe County Committee on Sale of War Bonds, April 28, 1942
Location: Rochester

Remarks re: Washington Experience, Postwar Prospects, etc. (Allendale School -- notes only), June 10, 1942
Location: Rochester

Postwar Planning, Rochester Chamber of Commerce (notes only), January 25, 1943
Location: Rochester

Should Social Security Plans be Extended Now -- U.S. Chamber of Commerce), February 5, 1943
Location: Washington, DC

Manpower in the Postwar Era, February 12, 1943
Location: A.M.A.

Review of Beveridge Report, February 16, 1943
Location: A.M.A.

Postwar Employment and Unemployment (Regional Conference of Eastern Governors), April 9, 1943
Location: New York City

Social Security (notes only), May 6, 1943
Location: New York City

The Local Community and the Manpower Problems, September 30, 1943
Location: A.M.A.

Personnel Problems -- Savings Banks (notes), October 13, 1943
Location: A.M.A.

Financing Postwar Employment (notes only -- Bankers Group), November 10, 1943
Murray-Wagner Bill (notes of talk to Rochester Medical Society), November 17, 1943
Location: Rochester

Social Security (notes of talk to Scarsdale group), November 18, 1943
Location: Scarsdale, N.Y.

6th War Bond Drive (notes only), January 10, 1944
Location: Rochester

Social Security (notes only), January 18, 1944
Location: Rotary Club, Rochester

Planning for Postwar (talk to Billings' Group at Kodak Office), January 26, 1944
Location: Rochester

Industry Plans for Postwar (notes only), March 11, 1944
Location: City Club, Rochester

Remarks at Annual Dinner of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, March 17, 1944
Location: Rochester

Congressional Planning and Postwar Business -- Discussion at "Sunday Breakfast Club" (notes only), October 4, 1944
Location: Philadelphia

Congressional Planning and Postwar Business -- Talk at Chase Bank (notes only), October 17, 1944
Location: New York City

Economic Problems of the Reconversion Period -- Association of National Advertisers, November 15, 1944
Location: New York City

Talk at Brick Church (notes only) re: War and Postwar Problems and Outlook, April 9, 1945
Location: Rochester

Postwar Economic Problems and Opportunities -- Address at University of Georgia Commencement Exercises, June 11, 1945
Location: Athens, GA

"The Frame of Reference" -- U.S. Chamber Nat'l Conference on Health Insurance, January 11, 1945
Location: Washington, DC

Volume 4VOLUME IV: November 12, 1945-December 1, 1949
Economic Reconstruction in Europe (Nat'l Foreign Trade Council), November 12, 1945
Location: New York City

Economic Reconversion of Europe (Foreign Policy Committee), December 3, 1945
Location: Rochester

Europe (Genesee Valley Club -- notes only), December 15, 1945
Location: Rochester

Economic Reconstruction in Europe (Talk before New York State Bankers Association), January 21, 1946
Location: New York City

Notes for talks re: European Trip
The Advantage of Payroll Savings to Industry -- Talk at joint meeting of U.S. Treasury Department and Federal Reserve Bank, October 22, 1946
Location: Rochester

Address at organization meeting of Kodak Office 25-year Club, November 7, 1946
Location: Rochester

Retirement Plans Pay Dividends (Address at joint meeting of U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce), November 8, 1946
Location: Philadelphia

Employment Stabilization (Cornell University -- notes only), April 3, 1947
Location: Ithaca, N.Y.

Kodak Benefit Plans (notes only), June 19, 1947
Location: Ithaca, N.Y.

Statement to Joint Committee on the Economic Report, July 17, 1947
Location: Washington, DC

Job Security in Personnel Planning (notes only), September 18, 1947
Location: Princeton

Financial Division - Eastman Kodak Co. (notes only), November 10, 1947
Company Policies for Promoting Stabilization (N.I.C.B.), November 20, 1947
Location: New York City

Remarks at Retirement of Mr. Kron (notes only), 1948
Location: Rochester

Comments to NAM Committee on Social Security, ca. 1948-1949
Location: New York City

Business Conditions (Talk to Salesmen -- notes only), January 5, 1948
Location: Broadcast from New York City

Town Meeting -- Discussion re: "Are You Preparing to Grow Old Successfully?", June 22, 1948
Location: New York City

Social Responsibilities of Banks (Bankers School -- notes only), July 30, 1948
Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

Broadcast over CBS Network -- "Steady Jobs - How Can We Get Them?, September 4, 1948
NAM re: Social Security System, September 17, 1948
Location: New York City

Financial Division, Eastman Kodak Co. (notes only), November 11, 1948
Location: Rochester

Old Age Problems in Industry -- Pension Plans and Security (Address at joint conference of N.Y. Doctors and Businessmen), December 1, 1948
Location: New York City

Address before U of R Professors at Kodak park (notes only), December 10, 1948
Location: Rochester

Requirements for an Expanding Economy (University of Rochester -- notes only), January 4, 1949
Location: Rochester

Federal Government Fiscal Policy (League of Women Voters -- notes only), March 28, 1949
Location: Rochester

NAM - Report of Social Security Committee, March 30, 1949
Location: New York City

Statement to House Ways and Means Committee on Social Security Proposals, April 19, 1949
Location: Washington, DC

Talk to Clergymen re: Eastman Kodak co. (notes only), May 18, 1949
Location: Rochester

Discussion (notes only) at Conference of Laymen -- Rochester-Colgate Divinity School, May 21, 1949
Location: Rochester

Social Security (Talk at Industrial Relations Forum -- notes only), June 9, 1949
Location: Kodak Park, Rochester

C.E.D. Address at M.I.T. (notes only), October 7, 1949
Location: Boston

NAM Directors re: Social Security Act, October 26, 1949
Location: New York City

Council of Social Agencies -- Address on occasion of their 25th Anniversary (notes only), November 2, 1949
Location: Rochester

The Pension Drive: Social and Economic Implications (Talk before meeting of N.I.C.B.), November 22, 1949
Location: New York City

Financing Pension Plans -- Address at Finance Conference of A.M.A., December 1, 1949
Location: New York City

National Security and Individual Freedom -- Address at joint meeting of YMCA YWCA (notes only)
Location: Rochester

Volume 5VOLUME V: January 31, 1950-November 20, 1952
Statement to Senate Committee on Finance re: Social Security, January 31, 1950
Location: Washington, DC

Talk re: Pensions and Social Security to Buffalo businessmen, March 29, 1950
Location: Buffalo, N.Y.

Pencil notes for talk to Business Advisory Council, 1950
Pencil notes for talk to group at University Club, April 5, 1950
Location: Rochester

"The Conduct of Business in the American Economy" -- Address at New York University, April 10, 1950
Location: New York City

Talk at Kodak Park to Medical Society (notes only), April 12, 1950
Location: Rochester

"The Quest for Economic Security -- Whose Responsibility?" (Talk before Nat'l Conference of Social Work), April 26, 1950
Location: Atlantic City

Talk before Committee for Economic Development (notes only), May 18, 1950
Location: Washington, DC

"World Prosperity and the Responsibility of American Business". Address at Colgate University, July 11, 1950
Location: Hamilton, N.Y.

"Kodak Benefit Plans" (notes only), September 7, 1950
Location: Princeton.

Talk before 25-Year Group at Kodak re: MBF's experiences in Washington, etc. (notes only), September 21, 1950
Location: Rochester

"Pension Problems" -- Address at annual meeting of Association of Edison Illuminating Companies, September 27, 1950
Location: Colorado Springs

Summary of remarks re: economic situation made at business meeting of Nat'l Association of Food Chains, October 16, 1950
Location: Cincinnati

Statement re: economic situation and postwar problems delivered before luncheon meeting of N.Y. Chapter of Public Relations Society of America, October 25, 1950
Location: New York City

Talk re: Committee for Economic Development, November 20, 1950
Location: Chicago

Statement on "America's Town Meeting of the Air" (on ABC Network) -- Subject: What Does This Crisis Demand of Each of Us?, December 19, 1950
Location: New York City

"CED and Present Economic Situation" (missing), February 1951
"Present Economic Situation" (notes only), April 24, 1951
Introducing Nelson Rockefeller at opening of Dryden Theater, May 1, 1951
Location: Rochester

Report to Trustees of CED (notes only), May 10, 1951
Address delivered at Economic-Education Workshop (Syracuse University -- notes only), July 2, 1951
Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

"U.S. and the World Economy" (Talk at the brick Church -- notes only), October 10, 1951
Location: Rochester

Notes for report to Directors' Meeting, Fall 1951
"U.S. and World Economy" -- Talk to Sales Executives Club (notes only), November 13, 1951
"U.S. and World Economy" -- Talk to Nat'l Council for Social Studies (notes only), November 24, 1951
"Economic Mobilization: Problems and Prospects" (notes only), December 27, 1951
Location: Philadelphia

"Present Economic Situation" (Talk to Business Advisory Council -- notes only), January 9, 1952
Location: Washington, DC

"Current Economic Problems" (Talk to Management Clinics Group at University of Rochester -- notes only), February 12, 1952
Location: Rochester

"Economic Progress in a Rearmed World" (Report to CED), May 8, 1952
Location: Washington, DC

Address at meeting of Sheet Metal Contractors Association, May 14, 1952
Talk at noon meeting of Atlanta Chamber of Commerce (notes only), June 6, 1952
Location: Atlanta, GA

Address before annual alumni meeting, School of Business Administration, Emory University, June 6, 1952
Location: Atlanta, GA

Address at Commencement Exercises of University of Georgia -- "Postwar Economic Problems and Opportunities", June 11, 1952
Location: Atlanta, GA

"Impressions of the Economic Situation in Western Europe" -- Statement to Trustees of CED, November 20, 1952
Location: New York City

Volume 6VOLUME VI: February 25-April 24, 1954
Speech at Masters School, Dobbs Ferry (no copy of speech), February 25, 1953
Location: New York City

Statement before Appropriation Committee on Treasury Department Appropriation, March 10, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech before American Institute of Accountants, March 19, 1953
Location: Hotel Statler, Washington, DC

Speech before Tax Executive Institute, Inc. (no copy of speech), March 20, 1953
Location: Hotel Shoreham, Washington, DC

Speech before Advertising Council of America at the Executive Office Building (no copy of speech), March 24, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech at Mount Holyoke College, Amherst at the Main Treasury Building (no copy of speech), March 25, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Statement before House Ways and Means Committee on bill to amend section 2000 of Internal Revenue Code with respect to tax on cigarettes, March 25, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Talk at Savings Bonds Rally on the Capitol Steps (no copy of speech), March 30, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

White House Conference on proposed Commission on Governmental Functions and Fiscal Resources (no copy of speech), March 31, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech before the Junior Chamber of Commerce, April 6, 1953
Location: Rochester

Statement before Appropriation Committee on Treasury appropriation (excerpts only), April 7, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech before National Industrial Conference Board, April 16, 1953
Location: Hotel Astor, New York City

Speech before American Society of Newspaper Editors (no copy of speech), April 17, 1953
Location: Hotel Statler, Washington, DC

Speech at the Women's Conference of the Republican National Committee, April 23, 1953
Location: Hotel Statler, Washington, DC

Statement before Subcommittee No. 2 of the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, May 21, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech at the National Conference of Business Paper Editors, May 22, 1953
Location: Hotel Statler, Washington, DC

Statement before House Ways and Means Committee on excess profits tax, June 5, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Capital Memo Radio Interview, June 7, 1953
Machinery and Allied Products Institute, June 12, 1953
Location: Hotel Statler, Washington, DC

Speech before the Business Advisory Council (no copy of speech), June 24, 1953
Location: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC

Speech at Washington Industrial Roundtable (no copy of speech), July 22, 1953
Location: Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC

Speech at Calvin Bullock Forum on Current Tax Problems, October 1, 1953
Location: New York City

Statement before House Ways and Means Committee, Subcommittee on Administration of Internal Revenue Laws, October 8, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech at Business Advisory Council, October 22-24, 1953
Location: Pebble Beach, CA

Speech for Federal Advisory Council, Department of Labor re: Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, October 26, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech for Internal Revenue Service Regional Commissioners and District Directors (no copy of speech), October 29, 1953
Location: Main Treasury Building, Washington, DC

Statement for Treasury Department Fire and Safety Council, November 2, 1953
Location: Main Treasury Building, Washington, DC

Speech for Machinery and Allied Products Institute (MAPI), November 4, 1953
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC

Speech for Annual Building Products Executives Conference, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, on Current Fiscal Tax Problems (no copy of speech), November 6, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at ceremony for swearing in of Daniel A. Taylor as Chief Counsel of Internal Revenue Service (no copy of speech), November 9, 1953
Statement at Chemical Economics Conference, November 18, 1953
Location: Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC

Speech for Committee for Economic Development, November 19, 1953
Location: Waldorf-Astoria, New York City

Speech for National Association of Manufacturers, December 3, 1953
Location: Waldorf-Astoria, New York City

Speech for the Philadelphia National Bank (no copy of speech), December 9, 1953
Location: Hotel Bellevue-Stratford, Philadelphia

Speech at the White House Conference of Mayors on Fiscal Aspects of Defense, December 15, 1953
Location: Washington, DC

Speech for the American Society for Public Administration (no copy of speech), December 21, 1953
Location: Lafayette Bldg.,Washington, DC

Comments on President's Economic Report
Statement before House Appropriations Committee on Treasury Department Appropriation Bill for fiscal year 1955, January 12, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at Advertising Council Seminar (no copy), January 12, 1954
Location: 2025 E St., Washington, DC

On the "Tax Program" at the Business Advisory Council, Commerce Department, January 22, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On the "Tax Program" for the Chemical and Rubber Industrial Advisory Committee of Commerce (no copy of speech), January 29, 1954
Location: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC

Statement before the Joint Committee on the Economic Report of 1954, February 2, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks on TV Program -- Court of Public Opinion (no copy of remarks), February 6, 1954
Location: Rochester

On "Fiscal Policy" for the Harvard Business School Club of Washington (no copy of remarks), February 10, 1954
Location: Burlington Hotel, Washington, DC

On "The Administration's Budget and Tax Policies" for the National Industrial Conference Board, February 18, 1954
Location: Waldorf Hotel, New York City

Remarks at Red Cross Kick-Off (no copy of remarks), February 19, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Speech for Tax Executives Institute, Shoreham Hotel (no copy of speech), February 22, 1954
Speech for the Littauer Alumni Group (Harvard) (no copy of speech), March 3, 1954
Location: Army-Navy Club, Washington, DC

On "Provisions of the Tax Bill" for Consumer Containers Packaging Industry (no copy of remarks), March 15, 1954
Location: Willard Hotel, Washington, DC

Speech for Trade Association Executives, March 19, 1954
Location: Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC

Remarks at Mid-Year Meeting of Committees of American Institute of Accountants (no copy of remarks), March 19, 1954
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC

Statement before Senate Appropriations Committee on Treasury Department Appropriation Bill for fiscal year 1955, March 22, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On "The Importance of the Tax Revision Bill" for the National Press Club, March 24, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On "The Tax Program" for the Industrial Shipping Containers' Industry, Commerce Department (no copy of speech), April 1, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Speech for Electronics Industry Conference, Commerce Department, April 6, 1954
Location: Washington Hotel, Washington, DC

Statement before Senate Finance Committee on HR 8300, To amend the Internal Revenue Laws, April 7, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On "Wage-Earner's Benefits from Tax Revision Bill" for National Petroleum Association, April 15, 1954
Location: Cleveland, Ohio

"Meet the Cabinet", Business Magazine Editors (no copy of remarks), April 22, 1954
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC

On "Tax Revision Bill" for the US Chamber of Commerce (no copy of remarks), April 24, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Volume 7VOLUME VII: April 27, 1954-October 21, 1955
On Question of Grants-in-Aid before Conference of Governors, April 27, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On "Tax Revision Bill" for Virginia State Chamber of Commerce (no copy of speech), April 27, 1954
Location: Washington Hotel

On "The Fiscal Policy of the New Code" before Annual Meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs, May 15, 1954
Location: Rochester

Columbia University Bicentennial Celebration: Extracts from remarks on "Current Issues In Financing Income Security"; paper on same subject presented by Mr. Folsom; Comments on this paper by Professor Mabel Newcomer; Comments on this paper by Professor Seymour Harris; and a Report On Discussion of this paper, June 4, 1954
Location: New York City

Statement before Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee on S. 3507, the Group Life Insurance Plan, June 10, 1954
On "The Tax Bill" for Small Business Administration National Council of Consultants (no copy of remarks), June 18, 1954
Location: Lafayette Bldg., Washington, DC

National Council for Community Improvement re: Financial condition of our Federal, State and Local Governments, June 24, 1954
Location: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC

Remarks at George Eastman Stamp Ceremony, June 12, 1954
Location: Rochester

On "What the Tax Bill Means To Industry" for the Washington Industrial Round Table, August 11, 1954
Location: Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC

On "Philosophy Of the New Tax Bill" for American Management Association, August 19, 1954
Location: Statler Hotel, New York City

"Tax Relief for Individuals" -- article by Mr. Folsom, August 1954
Location: Taxpayer's Dollar

Remarks at Conference on Canadian-American Economic Relations at University of Rochester, September 2, 1954
Location: Rochester

On "Administration's Tax Policy and Program" for National Association of Manufacturers, September 13, 1954
Location: Shoreham Hotel

Remarks at Community Chest Rally (no copy of remarks), September 22, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at Washington Seminar on Marketing (American Marketing Association), September 30, 1954
Location: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC

On "Tax Changer the Business Press Has Overlooked" for Society of Business Magazine Editors, October 1, 1954
Location: Statler Hotel, New York City

On "Philosophy of the New Tax Bill" at the Federal Tax Institute of New England, October 1, 1954
Location: Boston

On "The 1954 Tax Reform", New York Society of Security Analysts (no speech included), October 4, 1954
Location: Schwartz's Restaurant, New York City

Remarks for Management Interns (no copy of remarks), October 5, 1954
Location: Main Treasury Bldg., Washington, DC

Talk for US Chamber of Commerce Tax Committee, October 8, 1954
Location: Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC

Remarks for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Group Division (no copy of remarks), October 14, 1954
Location: Shoreham Hotel

Remarks for Sigma Nu Alumni Club (no copy of remarks), October 28, 1954
Location: Washington, DC

On "Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships" for Washington Conference of Mayors, December 3, 1954
Location: State Dept. Auditorium, Washington, DC

On "Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships" for Washington Conference of Mayors, December 3, 1954
Location: State Dept. Auditorium, Washington, DC

Statement re: Treasury Department Appropriation Bill for Fiscal year 1956, Treasury Subcommittee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, January 31, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at Red Cross Rally, February 23, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Comments at Meeting with American Red Cross Division Chairmen, February 23, 1955
Location: Treasury Department, Washington, DC

"The Treasury Department Under the Eisenhower Administration" for the Women's National Republican Club, March 15, 1955
Location: New York City

Talk for Luncheon of Society for Personnel Administration, April 26, 1955
Location: Burlington Hotel, Washington, DC

Comment before Bank Economists Groups, June 2, 1955
Location: Main Treasury Bldg., Washington, DC

Meeting with Top staff of HEW, August 1, 1955
Location: HEW North Bldg., Washington, DC

Remarks on 20th Anniversary Celebration of Social Security Act, August 15, 1955
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC

"Meet the Press" TV Program, September 4, 1955
Location: NBC

Speech before Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University, September 15, 1955
Location: Princeton

TV Recording with Senator Prescott Bush (R.-Conn.), September 26, 1955
Location: Old House Office Bldg., Washington, DC

Introduction of Dr. Herold Hunt at Rally of Community Chest Keymen, September 26, 1955
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC

Address at Dedication of the William Lawyer Hinds Hall of Engineering, Syracuse University, October 7, 1955
Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

Recorded Birthday Message for use on WGMS - Oct. 14 (President's birthday), October 13, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Address at meeting of Business Advisory Council, October 21, 1955
Location: Hot Springs, Virginia

Volume 8VOLUME VIII: October 30, 1955-March 21, 1956
Interview of Mr. Folsom by Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R.-N.Y.) on program "Let's Look at Congress" for WHAM-TV Rochester and WBEN-TV Buffalo, October 30, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at the Third Annual Symposium on Antibiotics, November 2, 1955
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC

Statement made at Denver while visiting the President, November 7, 1955
Location: Denver, Colorado

Remarks at 54th Annual Meeting of the State Territorial Health Officers, November 9, 1955
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC

Remarks at meeting of Department of School Superintendents, National Catholic Education Association, November 9, 1955
Location: HEW Building, Washington, DC

Remarks at meeting of C.E.D., November 16, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Testimony -- Subcommittee of Low Income Families of Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee, November 18, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Statement at Closing Session of White House Conference on Education, December 1, 1955
Location: Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington, DC

"Statesmanship in Social Welfare" -- Address at Biennial Round Table Conference of American Public Welfare Association, December 3, 1955
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC

Remarks -- Before Joint Conference on Children and Youth, December 5, 1955
Location: Hotel Hamilton, Washington, DC

Remarks -- Before the First Constitutional Convention of AFL-CIO, December 7, 1955
Location: 71st Armory, New York City

Address -- Life Insurance Association of America, December 14, 1955
Location: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City

Address -- Staff Assistants of Executive Departments (dinner meeting), December 19, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Statement for use on New Year's Day recorded for CBS (160 stations), December 20, 1955
Location: Washington, DC

Statement -- Press Conference, January 12, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Interview of Mr. Folsom by Congressman Harold C. Ostertag (R.-N.Y.) on his bi-weekly Television Report to the people of Western New York, WHAM-TV (recorded), January 18, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Before Rochester Chamber of Commerce, January 23, 1956
Location: Rochester

Statement -- at presentation of a gold medal to Dr. Jonas E. Salk, January 26, 1956
Location: HEW Building, Washington, DC

Press Conference Statement, January 26, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Opening Statement before Labor and HEW Subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations, January 30, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Recorded remarks for national Grand Rounds telecast originating from Tufts University School of Medicine on Feb. 15 (Clinical teaching session for closed circuit TV), February 9, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Question and Answer for "State of the Nation Dinner" of National Business Publications, February 10, 1956
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC
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Address -- Washington Conference of Mayors, February 17, 1956
Location: GSA Building, Washington, DC
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Address -- Before American Association of School Administrators, February 22, 1956
Location: Atlantic City, NJ

Remarks -- Before Republican 83rd Club, February 28, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks -- Before Bull Elephants Club, March 1, 1956
Location: Congressional Hotel, Washington, DC

Address -- Rochester City Club, March 3, 1956
Location: Rochester
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

WHAM-TV -- "Court of Public Opinion, March 3, 1956
Location: Rochester
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Address -- American Society for Personnel Administration, March 8, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- State Public Assistance and Welfare Administrators, March 12, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Calvin Bullock Form, March 14, 1956
Location: New York City
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Opening Statement before Subcommittee on Labor and Public Welfare of Senate Appropriations Committee, March 15, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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TV "College Press Conference" -- WMAL-TV, March 18, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Recorded Radio Program with Congressman Perkins Bass (R.-N.H.), March 21, 1956
Location: House Office Bldg., Washington, DC
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Volume 9VOLUME IX: March 22, 1956-December 20, 1956
Statement before Senate Committee on Finance re: H.R. 7225, March 22, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Statement before N.Y. Herald Tribune Forum: "Freedom: The Essence of American Education", March 24, 1956
Location: New York City
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Recorded Radio Program with Congressman Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr., March 27, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- Blue Cross-Blue Shield Conference, April 8, 1956
Location: Hollywood Beach, FL
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American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association -- Address, April 9, 1956
Location: Boca Raton, FL
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Greetings -- Executive Committee of the States' Vocational Rehabilitation Council, April 12, 1956
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC
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HEW Honor Awards Ceremony, April 12, 1956
Location: HEW Auditorium, Washington, DC
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Introduction of Vice President Nixon at Dedication Ceremonies for Dorothy Lynde Dix Pavilion, April 13, 1956
Location: St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC

Tape Recordings (2) for National Fund for Medical Education, April 17, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- National Fund for Medical Education, April 23, 1956
Location: New York City
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Filming of "Report to the People" -- Republican National Committee, April 24, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Economic Club of Detroit, April 30, 1956
Location: Detroit
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Speech -- Society for Personnel Administration, May 17, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Speech -- President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped, May 17, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Speech -- National Conference of Social Work, May 21, 1956
Location: St. Louis, MO
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Speech -- Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, May 31, 1956
Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Speech -- Commonwealth Club of California, June 1, 1956
Location: San Francisco, CA
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Speech -- Federal-State Conference on the Aging, June 7, 1956
Location: Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC
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Speech -- National Council for Community Improvement, June 13, 1956
Location: Statler Hotel, Washington, DC
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Remarks -- President's Committee on Physical Fitness, June 18, 1956
Location: Annapolis, MD
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Recording for TV Program with Congressman Keating of N.Y., June 19, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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"TV Reporters Roundup" - Recording for Capital Films, June 20, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Speech -- Association of Food and Drug Officials of US (50th Anniversary), June 27, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Press conference, July 3, 1956
Location: HEW Building, Washington, DC
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Recording to be used in campaign by Senator Bennett, July 26, 1956
Location: Capitol Bldg. Washington, DC
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Platform Speech - 1956 Republican National Convention, August 21, 1956
Location: Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA
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Remarks by Secretary Folsom (delivered by Under Secretary Hunt in Mr. Folsom's absence) at a Joint Meeting of the Department's Regional Directors with the Commissioners and the Surgeon General, September 14, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Speech -- 10th Annual Luncheon of Federal Hospital Executives, September 18, 1956
Location: Palmer House, Chicago

Telecast -- for Republican National Committee with Kay Campbell, September 19, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Telecast -- 20 second spot for United Givers Fund Campaign, September 20, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Telecast -- Youth Wants to Know (Film made on Sept. 21, 1956), September 23, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Tape for Voice of America Broadcast for U.N. Day, Oct. 24, 1956, October 10, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Presentation of certificate (Red Cross) to American Council on Education, October 11, 1956
Location: Chicago
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Speech -- American council on Education, October 11, 1956
Location: Chicago
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Introductory Remarks -- International Luncheon, Civil Service Assembly of the United States and Canada, October 11, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Speech -- Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Charities, October 28, 1956
Location: Buffalo, N.Y.
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Speech -- Annual dinner, American Cancer Society, November 1, 1956
Location: New York City
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Remarks -- State and Territorial Health Officers Meeting, November 7, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Speech -- Business Advisory Council, Sea Island, November 8, 1956
Location: Sea Island, GA

Remarks at Meeting of Voluntary Organizations in Field of Aging, November 14, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Meeting with Chamber of Commerce Committee on Economic Security, November 15, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Meeting on Recent Social Trends, November 27, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Reporter's Roundup for the Mutual Broadcasting System (Speech missing), December 3, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance, December 3, 1956
Location: Baltimore, MD
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Speech -- National Press Club, December 6, 1956
Location: Washington, DC

Speech -- Littaur Alumni of Harvard University, December 20, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Dedication of Commemorative "Children's Stamp" at the White House, December 20, 1956
Location: Washington, DC
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Volume 10VOLUME X: January 1, 1957-June 7, 1957
Remarks -- Polio commemorative Stamp Ceremonies, Post Office Department, January 15, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Beeper call from Rochester, N.Y., from Radio Station WHAM -- Rochester Polio Vaccination Program, January 16, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Board of Directors, NAM, January 29, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Youth Training -- Incentives Conference sponsored by President Eisenhower's Committee on Government Contracts, February 4, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Statement -- General Education Subcommittee of the House Committee on Education and Labor, February 5, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Opening Statement -- Before the Committee on Appropriations, February 11, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Opening Statement -- Before the Committee on Appropriations, 1958 Estimate for "Salaries and Expenses, Office of the Secretary.", February 11, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Press Conference (Script, Press Release, Fact Sheet), February 14, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Upon acceptance of honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at Founders Week Convocation, Rollins College, February 25, 1957
Location: Winter Park, FL
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Greeting -- Read President Eisenhower's message to Annual Brotherhood Dinner, February 20, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- Upon acceptance of honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at Founders Week Convocation, Rollins College (Release copy), February 25, 1957
Location: Winter Park, FL
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Speech -- NAM Employee Health and Benefits Committee Luncheon (speech missing), March 6, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Statement before the General Education Subcommittee of the House Committee on Education and Labor (speech missing), March 12, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Interview (University of Michigan Television Hour) with Dr. Wilma Donahue, March 13, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Interview -- College Press Conference over WMAL-TV, April 7, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Opening Statement -- Before the Senate Committee on Appropriations, April 11, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Honor Awards Ceremony, April 11, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Midwest Business Conference of the Harvard Business School, April 13, 1957
Location: Chicago
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Address -- Rochester Rotary Club, Upon Receipt of the Club's 1957 Award for Public Service, April 23, 1957
Location: Rochester
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Remarks -- Washington Pilgrimage Awards Dinner at Continental Hotel, presented award to Church Woman of the Year, April 27, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- 60th Annual National Meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs, May 4, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- The Health Insurance Association of America, May 8, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks at Cabinet on the School Bill, May 10, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks -- Greater National Capital Committee, May 21, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at Cabinet re: polio vaccine situation, May 24, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- Brick Church Annual Meeting, May 24, 1957
Location: Rochester
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Remarks -- Breakfast with 84th and 85th Club re: school bill (used cards) (speech missing), May 28, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Interview with Congressman May (Question and Answer) (speech missing), May 28, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks -- Presentation ceremony -- Citation for Meritorious Service to Margaret P. Bray, OVR, May 28, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Tape Recording -- for Community Welfare Council Annual Meeting in Schenectady, N.Y., June 4, 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- Dedication of New District Office, Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and presentation of 10-millioneth social security check, June 6, 1957
Location: New York City
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Remarks -- Savings Bond Meeting of Keymen, June 7, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Volume 11VOLUME XI: July 3, 1957-February 25, 1958
Remarks at Lincoln Rochester Trust Co., August 30, 1957 1957
Location: Rochester

Remarks upon acceptance of life membership in National Education Association, July 3, 1957
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Greetings -- New Advisory Committee on Educational Statistics, July 12, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Press Conference (Statement), July 22, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Tape Recording -- "Freedom Must Move Forward" for WRCV in Philadelphia, August 5, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Broadcast on NBC-TV's "Today", 8:45 AM, September 25, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks to Medical Officers in Charge Conference, September 25, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks to Department's united Givers Fund Rally, September 25, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks -- Annual Membership Luncheon, Family and Child Services, October 1, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Opening Meeting of Consultants on Medical Research and Education, October 10, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Radio Broadcast re: Polio, October 10, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- Association of American Medical Colleges, October 21, 1957
Location: Atlantic City, NJ
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Remarks to Executive Committee, Council of State Administrators, October 28, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks to Harvard Law School Luncheon Group (copy of speech missing), October 30, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address -- National Meeting of United Cerebral Palsy Association, November 1, 1957
Location: St. Louis, MO
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Address -- Conference on Engineering and Scientific Education, November 2, 1957
Location: Chicago
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Remarks -- State and Territorial Health Officers Meeting, November 4, 1957 1957
Location: Washington, DC

Address for League of Republican Women, November 4, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks via telephone hookup to Fort Lauderdale to congratulate Mr. Earl Shreve and workers on United Fund Campaign in Broward County, November 10, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Talk to Conference on Education (Our Manpower Future), Department of Labor, November 12, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- Food and Drug Administration Food Law Institute Conference (suggested topics only), November 26, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Address -- Second Constitutional Convention of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, December 5, 1957
Location: Atlantic City, NJ
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Remarks to Harvard Club of Washington and the Program for Harvard College Organization Luncheon, December 12, 1957
Location: Washington, DC
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Remarks -- "Know Your Schools" Luncheon, January 16, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
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Recording for radio program "Viewpoint" (the National Council, Protestant Episcopal Church), January 21, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
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Recording with Senator Potter for later radio and TV broadcast in Michigan, January 23, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Recording with Senator Watkins for later radio and TV broadcast in Utah, January 23, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Statement recorded for later TV use re: Education Message, January 24, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Statement recorded for later use (Mutual Broadcasting Company), January 27, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Recording with Congressman Harold C. Ostertag of New York for screening on, February 2, 1958 January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
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Speech at Leadership Training School for Young Republicans National Federal and D.C. Young Republicans, Raleigh Hotel, January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Talk at Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Recording for TV program on polio, January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Recording for TV program on Asian Flu, January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Statement before Special Education and General Education Subcommittee of the House Committee on Education and Labor, February 3, 1958 January 29, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Remarks on Social Legislation for Information Service's Mtg. of National Organizations, February 3, 1958 February 5, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Talk to Brookings Inst. Seminar for Government Interns, February 5, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Greetings at National Education Association Conference, February 3, 1958 February 6, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Statement before the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, February 6, 1958 February 6, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Opening Statement before the Committee on Appropriations, February 10, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Filmed TV Program "Dateline Washington" with Congressman Boggs, February 12, 1958 February 6, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Greetings to the Executive Committee of the Council of State Public Welfare Administrators, February 14, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Statement before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, February 18, 1958 February 6, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Address before convention of American Association of School Administrators (Received the Golden Key Award), February 22, 1958 February 6, 1958
Location: St. Louis, MO
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Remarks to National Conference on Nursing Homes and Homes for the Aged, February 22, 1958 February 25, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Social Questions of the Satellite Age -- Catholic University of America, National Catholic School of Social Service, February 25, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Volume 12VOLUME XII: March 13, 1958-July 29, 1958
Greetings to National Committee on the Aging, March 13, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Remarks before High Fidelity Music Show, March 13, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Talk before the Business Advisory Council, March 13, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Speech before Rotary Club of Atlanta, March 17, 1958
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

College New Conference, WMAL-TV, March 23, 1958
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Opening Statement before Senate Committee on Appropriations (filed in Secretary's absence), April 17, 1958
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Address before National Jewish Welfare Board Biennial Convention (read by Mr. Richardson), April 18, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Remarks at Annual Honor Awards Ceremony (read by Edward Foss Wilson), April 18, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Penrose Lecture -- American Philosophical Society, Independence Square (read by Dr. Aims C. McGuinness), April 24, 1958
Location: Philadelphia, PA

Statement at Albert Einstein commemorative Dinner, Upon Receiving the Albert Einstein Commemorative Award for Citizenship (Mr. Folsom represented by Dr. Hamlin), May 4, 1958
Location: New York City

Address at Young Women's Christian Assn. and Council of Social Agencies, May 22, 1958
Location: Baltimore, MD
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Talk -- Baltimore Businessmen, May 22, 1958
Location: Baltimore, MD

Statement at Conference on Educational Television (presented by Mr. Babbidge), May 26, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Statement at United States Delegation for the Tenth Anniversary Luncheon Commemorating the Founding of the World Health Organization, May 27, 1958
Location: Minneapolis, MN
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Statement -- Tape recording for use by radio station WTOP, June 6, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

Interview -- "Youth Wants to Know", Soviet Student Editors (no prepared text), June 11, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Testimony before House Ways and Means Committee re: the Social Security Act, June 16, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Remarks at Ground-Breaking Ceremony of New Headquarters Bldg. of the American Association of University Women, June 18, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Statement before Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations, House of Representatives, June 19, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Beeper Call -- Made 30-second statement for Mutual Broadcasting Company, June 24, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Remarks -- Farewell reception at NIH given the Secretary by PHS, June 29, 1958
Location: Bethesda, MD

Remarks at Testimonial Luncheon honoring Dr. Leroy E. Burney, Surgeon General, July 1, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Statement at last Cabinet meeting, July 25, 1958
Location: Washington, DC
There is related material in the Speech File Series.

Agenda for Leadership Meeting at White House (notes), June 29, 1958
Location: Bethesda, MD

Talk made at Farewell Dinner at Cosmos Club, June 29, 1958
Location: Bethesda, MD

Miscellaneous notes of remarks made during last few weeks in Washington
Location: Bethesda, MD

Volume 13VOLUME XIII: September 11, 1958-July 25, 1960
Talk at banquet honoring MBF, Rochester Chamber of Commerce, September 11, 1958
Location: Rochester

"Who Should Pay for American Higher Education?" -- Cornell University Council and Trustees, October 3, 1958
Location: Ithaca, NY

Talk to American Association of University Women (notes only), November 11, 1958
Location: Rochester

"Social Investments in Our Nation's Progress" -- Address at CED meeting, November 20, 1958
Location: Washington, DC

"Higher Education" address to Phi Beta Kappa group (notes only), November 23, 1958
Location: Rochester

"Our Educational System -- Its problems and Future" address at City Club, January 7, 1959
Location: Rochester

Address at N.Y. State Citizens Committee for Public Schools, January 19, 1959
Location: New York City

"Public Relations in Government" for Public Relations Group (notes only), January 28, 1959
Location: Rochester

"Problems in Education" -- talk given at Temple Brith Kodesh (notes only), February 15, 1959 March 25, 1959
Location: Rochester
This talk was also given to Torch Club on March 25, 1959 .

Address at meeting of New York State Association of County Civil Service Officers, February 23, 1959
Location: Rochester

"Close-up of the Government in Action" -- Address at meetings of Kodak Supervisory Group, February 24-25, 1959
Location: Rochester

Talk at Society for Personnel Administration on occasion of Stockberger Award (notes only), March 17, 1959
Location: Washington, DC

Address at Monroe County Medical Association (notes only), March 19, 1959
Location: Rochester

Civic Award -- Brief talk at Rochester Museum Association Convocation, May 22, 1959
Location: Rochester

"H.E.W. Department" talk at luncheon meeting of VFW (notes only), June 17, 1959
Location: Rochester

Talk re: "Education" for Public Affairs Committee, Chamber of Commerce (notes only), June 26, 1959
Location: Rochester

"The Aging Population" -- Luncheon meeting of Veterans Administration Training Conference (notes only), October 8, 1959
Location: Canandaigua

"The Impact of Social Legislation -- Present and Future": for Council on Unemployment Benefit Plans, October 15, 1959
Location: New York City

"Federal Aid for Education" -- N.Y. State Teachers Assn. (notes only), October 23, 1959
Location: Rochester

Savings Bonds Campaign Meeting (notes only), November 9, 1959
Location: Rochester

Comments re: Funding of pension plan at Directors' meeting (notes only), November 19, 1959
Location: Rochester

Comments re: AMA Management Courses and Seminars at meeting of AMA Academy (notes only), December 5, 1959
Location: Saranac Lake, NY

"Higher Education" -- meeting of Rochester District Methodists (notes only), February 13, 1960
Location: Colgate Divinity School, Rochester

"Impact of Social Security Legislation -- Present and Future" (notes only), April 1, 1960
Location: Duke University

Industrial Medicine Conference Remarks at luncheon introducing Dr. Shimkin and Dr. Price (notes only), April 27-28, 1960
Location: Rochester

Statement before US Senate Subcommittee on National Policy Machinery re: Businessmen in government service (Sen. Jackson), May 12, 1960
Location: Washington, DC

"Education in U.S. -- Problems" -- Real Estate Board of Rochester annual meeting 50th anniversary (notes only), May 26, 1960
Location: Rochester

Address before Rochester Regional Hospital Council: "The Challenge We Face in Medical and Hospital Care and the Role of Volunteer Groups in Meeting It" (missing), June 8, 1960
Location: Rochester

University of Rochester Workshop on Economic Education: "Status of Our Economy", July 18, 1960
Location: Rochester

Address before 13th International Congress on Occupational Health: "Occupational Health -- A World Perspective", July 25, 1960
Location: New York City

Volume 14VOLUME XIV: July 27, 1960-May 11, 1961
Address at University of Michigan, "Economic Change, Old Age Retirement" (notes only), July 27, 1960
Location: Ann Arbor, MI

"Goals for the Nation's Health", talk to Southern Regional Education Board, August 6, 1960
Location: Baltimore, MD

"Goals of Governmental and Private plans for Social Security", address at 25th Anniversary of Social Security Act, August 15, 1960
Location: Washington, DC

"Goals in Governmental Plans for Social Security", address at Nat'l Workshop on Economics for Business Education Teachers, Montclair State College, August 26, 1960
Location: Montclair, NJ

"Medical Education and Research in the 1960's" -- Dedication address, Health Sciences Building, University of Buffalo, September 10, 1960
Location: Buffalo, NY

"Health and Education" talk at Chatterbox Club (Junior League) (notes only), September 20, 1960
Location: Rochester

"Future Relations between Social Security and Private Pension Plans" address at New York University Pension Trust Conference, October 6, 1960
Location: New York City

"Future Trends in Social Security" Panel Discussion at Cornell University (notes only), October 13, 1960
Location: Ithaca, NY

"Health Problems" -- Rotary Club, Newark (notes only), October 27, 1960
Location: Newark, NY

"E[astman] K[odak] Company -- History and Personalities" for training group, Kodak office (notes only), November 2, 1960
Location: Rochester

"Current Health Problems" -- Address at Clinic Day meeting at Highland Hospital (notes only), November 10, 1960
Location: Rochester

Brief talk at meeting of Teachers Association (notes only), November 16, 1960
Location: Rochester

Introduction of Dr. R.E. Trussell, November 22, 1960
Location: Rochester

Statement before Senate Committee on Employment and Manpower, December 16, 1960
Location: Washington, DC

"Role of the Federal Government" -- White House Conference on Aging, January 9, 1961
Location: Washington, DC

"Higher Education" -- Lutheran Group (notes only), January 23, 1961
Location: Rochester

"First meeting of Patient Care Planning Council", February 8, 1961
Location: Rochester

"Goals for the Nation's Health" -- Hospital Health Council of Newark and Vicinity, March 22, 1961
Location: Newark, NJ

"Goals for Americans" -- Navy Group, Lincoln Plant, March 27, 1961
Location: Rochester

"Decision Making in Private Business Organizations", April 13, 1961
Location: New York City. This lecture was delivered as part of the McKinsey Lectures at Columbia University.

"Policy Formulation and Decision Making in the Federal Government", April 27, 1961
Location: New York City. This lecture was delivered as part of the McKinsey Lectures at Columbia University.

"Administration in Government and Business", May 11, 1961
Location: New York City. This lecture was delivered as part of the McKinsey Lectures at Columbia University.

Volume 15VOLUME XV: June 24, 1961-December 9, 1962
Commencement Address at Pttsford Central School (notes only), June 24, 1961
Location: Pittsford, NY

"Economic Growth and Welfare" at Economic Education Workshop, Syracuse University (notes only), July 10, 1961
Location: Syracuse, NY

Patient Care Planning Council (notes), July 20, 1961
Location: Rochester

"Policy Formation and Decision making in the Federal Government" at Cornell University, August 8, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY

"The Church and the Aging" for Presbyterian Group (notes), September 26, 1961
Location: Rochester

"The Role and Responsibility of Higher Education in Georgia" -- University of Georgia, September 8, 1961
Location: Athens, GA

Problem of the Aged, History of PCPC, Talk at Coucil of Homes (notes), October 21, 1961
Location: Rochester

"OASDI", October 6, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY. This lecture was delivered as part of a series at the School of Industry and Labor Relations, Cornell University.

"Private Security Measures", October 12, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY. This lecture was delivered as part of a series at the School of Industry and Labor Relations, Cornell University.

"Unemployment Compensation", December 7, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY. This lecture was delivered as part of a series at the School of Industry and Labor Relations, Cornell University.

"Health Insurance", December 7, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY. This lecture was delivered as part of a series at the School of Industry and Labor Relations, Cornell University.

"Public Assistance", December 14, 1961
Location: Ithaca, NY. This lecture was delivered as part of a series at the School of Industry and Labor Relations, Cornell University.

"Business and Society", Conference on Public Affairs, Brookings Institution, December 11, 1961
Location: Washington, DC

Report to Hospital Fund Directors, January 2, 1962
Location: Rochester

Statement before Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, re: HR-4999 (Medical School Aid), January 26, 1962
Location: Washington, DC

"Medical Care for the Aged" at K.P. Luncheon Groups (notes), January 26, 1962
Location: Rochester

"The Values of a Liberal Education", Convocation Address, Hamilton College, February 9, 1962
Location: Clinton, NY

"Voluntary Health and Welfare Agencies -- How they Can be Improved", Nat'l Association of Broadcaster, March 2, 1962
Location: Washington, DC

Statement to H.R. Committee on Post Office and Civic Service, May 22, 1962
Location: Washington, DC

"Values of a Liberal Education", Commencement Address, University of Georgia, June 2, 1962
Location: Athens, GA

"Washington Experiences" -- Rochester Bar Association, June 5, 1962
Location: Rochester

Hospital Fund Campaign (at Opening Dinner), June 26, 1962
Location: Rochester

Monroe County Fair (Inter-Faith Award), August 20, 1962
Location: Rochester

Summary of remarks to Moreland Committee on Welfare, re: State Welfare Department, October 2, 1962
Location: New York City

"Today's Health Needs and Tomorrow's Services" -- Dedication of buildings, Western Reserve University, October 12, 1962
Location: Cleveland, OH

Remarks to Teacher Group re: Education, Values of a Liberal Education, etc., October 30, 1962
Location: Kodak Park, Rochester

Introduction of Mike Cowles at Chamber of Commerce 75th Anniversary Dinner, November 8, 1962
Location: Rochester

"The Necessity for Politics" -- Taft Institute of Government at University of Rochester, November 9, 1962
Location: Rochester

"The Role of the Federal Government in Education", Brighton #1 P.T.A., November 13, 1962
Location: Rochester

"Statesmen and Politicians" -- S.A.R., November 17, 1962
Location: Rochester

Speech at Methodist Conference, November 26, 1962
Location: Batavia, NY

Introduction of Dr. Romano at Frontiers of Science Lecture, University of Rochester, December 9, 1962
Location: Rochester

Volume 16VOLUME XVI: January 28, 1963-January 29, 1965
"Role of Business and Labor re: National Policies" (notes only), January 28, 1963
Location: Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

Empire State health Conference, Patient Care Planning Council (notes), February 7, 1963
Location: Rochester

Presentation of Helen Stone Jones Award to Garson Meyer, February 20, 1963
Location: Rochester

"Community Study is an Action Process" speech at National Health Forum, March 18, 1963
Location: Washington, DC

"Federal Aid to Education" at Conference of Nat'l committee for Support of the Public Schools, April 8, 1963
Location: Washington, DC

"Functions of Cabinet Secretary" -- Nat'l Institute of Health (notes), May 8, 1963
Location: Washington, DC

Introduction of General Eisenhower at University of Rochester inauguration, May 17, 1963
Location: Rochester

"Values of a Liberal Education to the Businessman", prepared for Danforth Workshop on Liberal Arts Education, June 18, 1963
Location: Colorado Springs, CO

Introduction of Hon. W. Averell Harriman, World Council of Churches (notes only), August 27, 1963
Location: University of Rochester, Rochester

Talk to 18th Ward Businessmen (notes only), September 12, 1963
Location: Rochester

Statement to Senate Subcommittee on Manpower and Employment, October 1, 1963
Location: Washington, DC

"Problems in Education" for Teachers Group at Kodak Park (notes only), October 22, 1963
Location: Rochester

"Shared Responsibility for Employment Security" at Manpower Institute (notes only), October 24, 1963
Location: Rochester

Talk to N.Y.S. Teachers Association (notes only), November 25, 1963
Location: Rochester

Monroe County Dental Society -- "Dentistry's Responsibility in National Health Effort", November 26, 1963
Location: Rochester

Acceptance of Bronfman Prize, November 14, 1963
Location: Kansas City

"Role of the Executive" at YMCA Secretaries meeting (notes only), December 1, 1963
Location: Buffalo, NY

"Responsibility of Board Member of Voluntary Health Agencies" (Michael M. Davis Lecture, University of Chicago), May 14, 1964
Location: Chicago

A Program for the Improvement of Management in Government -- CED, May 14, 1964
Location: Chicago

Civic Award Presentation, Kiwanis Club -- Introduction of J.C. Wilson (notes), June 3, 1964
Location: Rochester

Introduction of Dr. Hilleboe at Rochester Chamber of Commerce (notes), June 5, 1964
Location: Rochester

Talk at Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania (notes only), June 26, 1964
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

"Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs" at State Hospital Council (notes only), June 30, 1964
Location: Albany, NY

Talk re: Hospital Planning at Rhode Island State Committee on Medical Facilities and Services (not extant), July 30, 1964
Location: Providence, RI

Talk at Oswego State University on "Values of a Liberal Education" (notes), August 4, 1964
Location: Oswego, NY

Responsibilities of Trustees of Colleges Universities, September 25, 1964
Location: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Where We Stand in Unemployment Insurance -- Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies, October 7, 1964
Location: Miami, FL

"Control of Hospital Costs" for New York Chamber of Commerce, November 12, 1964
Location: New York City

Panel Discussion, "Medicine/Patient Care Planning the Physician" at Medical Society of Monroe County (not extant), December 15, 1964
Location: Rochester

National Committee on community Health Service, Action as Well as Planning, December 18, 1964
Location: New York City

Greater N.Y. Hospital Association re: hospital costs, January 13, 1965
Location: New York City

Statement before Senate Judiciary Committee re: Improvement of Management in Government, January 29, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

Volume 17VOLUME XVII: February 5, 1965-May 24, 1966
Talk before Debating Group at St. John Fisher College, February 5, 1965
Location: Rochester

Statement before House Judiciary Committee re: Improvement of Management in Government, February 10, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

Statement to Senate Health Subcommittee re: recommendations of Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke, February 10, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

Statement to Education Subcommittee of Senate Committee on labor Public Welfare, February 11, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

"Measures to Reduce Poverty" at Conference on Poverty in America, University of California, February 27, 1965
Location: Berkeley, CA

"Responsibility of the Board Member of Voluntary Health Welfare Agencies" -- Cincinnati Community Chest and Council, March 31, 1965
Location: Cincinnati, OH

"Some Links Between Education, Productivity and Economic Growth", Int'l congress on Human Relations, May 3-5, 1965
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Kiwanis Club Award, introduction of Mr. Vaughn, May 26, 1965
Location: Rochester

Groundbreaking Ceremony, H W Building, July 27, 1965
Location: Rochester

Hearings, N.Y. State Senate Committee, August 18, 1965
Location: New York City

Statement re: salary rates to Committee on Post Office Civil Service, US Senate, August 23, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

White House Conference on Health, November 2-4, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

"Governor's Committee on Hospital Costs", Medical Society of Upper New York State, September 18, 1965
Location: Grossinger, NY

"Organization of Government Departments -- H.E.W.", Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, October 5, 1965
Location: Princeton, NJ

Dedication of new hospital facility, October 24, 1965
Location: Geneva, NY

Introduction of Senator McClellan, Chamber of Commerce, October 27, 1965
Location: Rochester

"Planning of Community Health Facilities and Services" -- hospital group, November 5, 1965
Location: Grand Rapids, MI

"Planning of Community Health Facilities and Services" -- Delaware Group, November 10, 1965
Location: Washington, DC

"Planning of Community Health Facilities and Services" -- Newark Group, November 23, 1965
Location: Newark, NJ

"The Liberal Arts Graduate and the Business Community", November 19, 1965
Location: Princeton University

"Planning of Community Health Facilities and Services", at Award Dinner of Health, Welfare Pension Plan Administrators, December 11, 1965
Location: New York City

"Organization of the Department of Health, Education Welfare" at American Association of School Administrators, February 13, 1966
Location: Atlantic City, NJ

Harvard Medical School, February 16, 1966
Location: Boston

"Value of Education", Greece School District No. 1, February 24, 1966
Location: Greece, NY

Remarks at meeting with General Hospital Board, March 2, 1966
Location: Rochester

Statement to House of Representatives Special Committee on HEW Investigation, April 19, 1966
Location: Washington, DC

Presentation of Report of the Nat'l Commission on Community Health Services, at White House Press Conference, April 22, 1966
Location: Washington, DC

Introduction of Charles P. Taft (Industrial Engineering Society), April 28, 1966
Location: Rochester

"Budgeting for National Objectives" (Federal Management Conference), May 2, 1966
Location: Washington, DC

"Education and Business", Minnesota Public Affairs Forum, May 5, 1966
Location: Minneapolis, MN

"Improvement of management in Government", Connecticut Public Expenditure Council, May 10, 1966
Location: Hartford, CT

Statement to N.Y. State Legislative Committee on Public Health Medicare, May 24, 1966
Location: Albany, NY

Volume 18VOLUME XVIII: June 4, 1966-June 18, 1968
"The Delivery and Financing of Health Care", Albany Medical College, June 4, 1966
Location: Albany, NY

"Community Health Care", Meharry Medical College, June 13, 1966
Location: Nashville, TN

"Financing Health Care", Rochester Regional Hospital Council, June 27, 1966
Location: Rochester

"Financing Health Care", Kiwanis Club, August 10, 1966
Location: Rochester

"Hospital Planning" at Governor's Conference on Hospital Planning, June 28, 1966
Location: Boston

Statement to 10th Congress of Medical Women's International Association, July 10, 1966
Location: Rochester

Statement: "The Counties in our Future: A Larger Role for a Revitalized Form of Local Government" -- Meeting of National Association of Counties, July 18, 1966
Location: New Orleans

Statement to Council of Small Colleges, August 9, 1966
Location: Rochester

"Blue Shield -- Its Achievements Opportunity", National Association of Blue Shield Plans, October 10, 1966
Location: Chicago

"Financing Health Care", Doctors Group, October 16, 1966
Location: Syracuse, NY

Statement to Joint Legislative Committee on Problems of Public Health and Medicare, October 18, 1966
Location: New York City

Statement to N.Y.S. Joint Legislative Committee on Metropolitan Regional Areas Study, November 18, 1966
Location: Rochester

Dedicatory Remarks -- Mental Health Center at General Hospital (Northside), December 1, 1966
Location: Rochester

Comments at Niagara County Community College, December 5, 1966
Location: Buffalo, NY

"Improvement of Local Government" -- Greece Chamber of Commerce, January 25, 1967
Location: Ridgemont, NY

Statement to Joint Legislative Committee re: State Health Insurance bill, March 6, 1967
Location: Albany, NY

Statement to Assembly Standing Committee on Local Finance re: "Modernizing Local Government", March 16, 1967
Location: Albany, NY

Speech to Western N.Y. Society of Internal Medicine, April 27, 1967
Location: Buffalo, NY

Talk to Cornell group re: Hospital Planning, May 19, 1967
Location: Ithaca, NY

"Government and Welfare" -- US Chamber of Commerce Forum for Economic Political Discussions, June 8, 1967
Location: Washington, DC

Statement to Committee on Local Government of the Constitutional Convention, June 9, 1967
Location: Buffalo, NY

Statement to Committee on Executive Branch of the Constitutional Convention, June 16, 1967
Location: Rochester

"Planning of Community Health Facilities Services", Penn. State University, August 14, 1967
Location: State College, PA

"Hospital Planning", October 3, 1967
Location: Springfield, (?)

Free Districts. Inner City Education problems, October 5, 1967
Location: Greece, NY

Responsibility of Free Society for the Quality of its Environment, October 25, 1967
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Necessity for Modernization of State Governments -- Comments to League of Women Voters, November 6, 1967
Location: Burlington, (?)

Remarks at CED 25th Anniversary Dinner, November 16, 1967
Location: New York City

Statement to Joint Legislative Committee re: Health Insurance, December 4, 1967
Location: Albany, NY

Statement to Senate Subcommittee on Executive reorganization (CED), January 31, 1968
Location: Washington, DC

"Community Health Planning" -- Voice of America broadcast (taped), February 28, 1968
Location: Washington, DC

Statement to Employee Benefits Conference, "Income Maintenance Social Insurance", May 3, 1968
Location: New York City

Tribute to William S. Vaughn (Rotary Club), June 18, 1968
Location: Rochester

XII. Calendar reform scrapbooks
Book:
1. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #1. April 1928 - July 1929.
2. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #2. August 1928 - November 1928.
3. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #3 December 1928.
4. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #4. January 1929 - April 1929.
5. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #5. May 1929 - March 1930.
6. Calendar Reform Editorials. #1. September 1929 - June 1931.
7. Calendar Reform Editorials. #2. June 1931 - December 1934.
8. Calendar Reform Editorials. #3. November 1934 - January 1936.
9. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Referendum. #1. September 1929 - October 1929.
10. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Referendum. #2. September 1929 - January 1930.
11. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #6. January 1930 - October 1931.
12. Miscellaneous News Clippings. #7. September 1931 - January 1936.
13. News Clippings -- "A Fixed Easter" (?) (Title Missing) March 1932 - April 1933.
14. News Items on the Report. August 1929 - September 1929.
15. Editorials on the Report. August 1929 - January 1931.
XIII. Scrapbooks, news clippings
Book:
1. 1927 - 1935.
2. 1936 - 1940.
3. 1941 - 1946.
4. 1947 - May 1951.
5. May 1951 - May 1953.
6. June 1953 - July 14, 1955.
7. July 13, 1955 - December 1955.
8. January 1956 - October 1956.
9. November 1956 - November 1957.
10. November 10, 1957 - July 26, 1958.
11. July 27, 1958 - February 1961.
12. March 1961 - November 1963.
13. November 1963 - October 1965.
14. October 23, 1965 - December 31, 1966.
XIV. Social Security legislation, bound volumes
Social Security Act of 1935. H.R. 7260, 74th Congress, 1st Session, Public Law 271. Reports, Bills, Debates, Act and Supreme Court Decisions. 2 Volumes.
Social Security Amendments of 1939. H.R. 6635, 76th Congress, 1st Session, Public Law 379. Reports, Bills, Debates and Act.
Social Security Amendments 1939-46. Reports, Bills, Debate and Act. 2 Volumes.
Social Security Amendments 1946-48. Reports, Bill, Debate, Act and Court Decisions.
Social Security Amendment of 1950. H.R. 6000, Public Law 734. Reports, Bills, Debates and Acts. Volumes.
Social Security Amendments 1951-52. Reports, Bills, Debates, and Acts. 2 Volumes.
Amendments to the Social Security Act and Related Acts 1953-1954. Reports, Bills, Debates, and Acts. 2 Volumes.
Social Security Amendments of 1956. Reports, Bills, Debates and Acts. 2 Volumes. (Vol. 1: H.R. 7225, Public Law 880 and Vol. 2: Veterans Pensions Amendments).
Social Security Amendments of 1960. H.R. 12580, 86th Congress, 2nd Session, Public Law 86--778. Reports, Bills, Debate and Act. 2 Volumes.
Social Security Amendments of 1961. H.R. 6027, 87th Congress, 1st Session, Public Law 87--64. Reports, Bills, Debate and Act.
Proposed Social Security Amendments of 1964. H.R. 11865. Reports, Bills, Debates. 2 Volumes.
Social Security Amendments of 1965. Reports, Bills, Debates, and Acts. 5 Volumes. (Volumes 1-5 H.R. 6675, Public Law 89-97 and Vol. 5: Amendments to the Railroad Retirement Act (1965) H.R. 10874, Public Law 89-212).
Amendments to the Social Security Act 1966. Reports, Bills, Debates and Acts.
Social Security Amendments of 1967. Reports, Bills, Debates, and Acts. 5 Volumes. (Volumes 1-5: H.R. 12080 Public Law 90-248, Vol. 5: Amendment to the Social Security Act, H.R. 13026 Public Law 90-97; Amendments to the Railroad Retirement Act, H.R. 14563 Public Law 90-257, H.R. 7567 Public Law 90-624 and Veterans Pension Amendments, H.R. 12555 Public Law 90-275).
Reports Book 1935-69. Committee on Economic Security, Advisory Councils and Other Select Reports' Studies, and Presidential Messages Relating to the Social Security Act. 4 Volumes. (74th-91st Congresses).
XV. 2015 addition
Box 145: Annotated Books
Folder 1. Education for Public Respondibility, edited by C. Scott Fletcher
Folder 2. What of the Night?: A Review of World Affairs by Ernest L. Klein
Folder 3. A Man's Stature: The Story of Hank Viscardi and J.O.B. "Just One Break" by Henry Viscardi, Jr.
Folder 4. Great Enterprises: 100 Years of the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago by Emmett Dedmon
Folder 5. The Basic Papers of George M. Humphrey as Secretary of the Treasury, 1953-1957, edited by Nathaniel R. Howard
Folder 6. The A.F. of L. in the Time of Gompers by Philip Taft
Folder 7. Dusty Answers: A Selection of Addresses by Alan Valentine by Alan Valentine
Folder 8. Business and Public Policy: The Role of the Committee for Economic Development: 1942-1967 by Karl Schriftgiesser
Folder 9. Man and Decisions by Lewis L. Strauss
Folder 10. Bending the Twig: The Revolution in Education and its Effect on Our Children by Augustin G. Rudd
Folder 11. Picture Values in Education: A Complete Record of An Experimental Investigation... by Joseph J. Weber, Ph.D.
Folder 12. Plain Talk from a Campus: A courageous assessment of today's onrushing educational difficulties by John A. Perkins
Folder 13. Hospitals, Doctors, and the Public Interest, edited by John H. Knowles, M.D.
Folder 14. Senator from Vermont by Ralph E. Flanders
Folder 15. Every Other Bed by Mike Gorman
Folder 16. An American Philosophy of Social Security: Evolution and Issues by J. Douglas Brown
Folder 17. The Human Nature of Organizations by J. Douglas Brown
Folder 18. All in One Lifetime by James F. Byrnes
Folder 19. The Nation and the States, Rivals or Partners? by William Anderson
Folder 20. From Failing Hands: The Story of Presidential Succession by John D. Feerick
Folder 21. From the Boardroom to the War Room: America's Corporate Liberals and FDR's Preparedness Program by Richard E. Holl
Folder 22. An Economic Program for a Living Democracy: A Capitalistic Approach to Planned Economy by Irving H. Flamm
Folder 23. Masters of Deceit: The Story of Communism in America and How to Fight It by J. Edgar Hoover
Folder 24. South Wind Red: Our Hemispheric Crisis by Philip Alexander Ray
Folder 25. Autumn Leaves: Reflections of an Industrial Lieutenant by P.W. Litchfield
Folder 26. People Who Care: Adventures of the Human Spirit Recaptured in Lane Bryant Annual Awards by Alfred Lief
Folder 27. Education: The Challenge Ahead by C. Scott Fletcher
Folder 28. Our Appointment with Destiny: America's Role on the World Stage by Ernest L. Klein
Folder 29. The Cassiodore Case by A. Richard Martin
Box 146: Photographs, 1918-1960
Folder Scope and Content: FFP-4 Present Harry Truman (front and center) with a group of unidentified men
Folder Scope and Content: FFP-1 Officers Mass at Nanteuil SAACY, The Railhead of 26th Division in Pastini Sector (Belleau Woods) Head of Table: Major. Tandy Left of Table: Maj. Lagerquist, Capt., Lt. Dixon, Lt. Parsons Right of Table: Capt. Wheelock, Capt. Ireland, Lt. Folsom, and Lt. White, Standing: Sgt. Langloes July 5-31, 1918
Folder Scope and Content: FFP-20 Unidentified man (standing), George M. Humphrey, Secretary of Treasury, Marion B. Folsom, Undersecretary of Treasury, and Dan Throop Smith.
Folder Scope and Content: FFP-29 Marion B. Folsom and George M. Humphrey at the dinner with two unidentified men and one unidentified woman.
Folder 5. Inscribed Photographs:
Scope and Content:
FFP-6 Conference international du Travail: Salle de la Conference Small inscription. "C.Eol. Boesch", June 1936
FFP-8 Averill Harriman (Secretary of Commerce under Harry S. Truman) "To Marion Folsom with all best wishes", 1947
FFP-10 Dwight D. Eisenhower, "To Marion Folsom from his friend"
FFP-14 John F. Kennedy "For Marion Folsom . . . my wishes . . .public servant. . ." 1961
FFP-15 Marion Folsom shaking hands with Lyndon B. Johnson, "with best wishes"
FFP-16 Lyndon B. Johnson, "To Marion Folsom with warm good wishes"
FFP-17 Marion B. Folsom presenting Lyndon B. Johnson with Community Affair (Color Photograph) "To Marion Folsom with appreciation"
FFP-18 Felix Frankfurter (b.1882- d.1965 – served as the Justices of the Supreme Court in 1946-1950) *See also Obituaries (General) "For Marion B. Folsom, who in private life and in public office has with conspicuous effectiveness furthered the public good, with the good wishes of his friend"
FFP-19 Nelson Rockefeller, "To Marion with high esteem and warm regards"
Folder 6. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Scope and Content:
FB6-P44 FB6-PA44 Framed Stamps. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Arthur E. Summerfield (Postmaster General) and unidentified signature on top. $.03 Stamps, July 12, 1954
FFP-21 *Associated Press Photograph* of President Eisenhower holding up the 929-page tax revision bill exclaiming, "I must say that represents a long, long bunch of work." Included in the group on hand at the White House on August 16th for signing of the measure are, left to right, Senators Homer Ferguson (R- Mich.), Leverett Saltonstall (R-Mass), Rep. Charles Halleck (R- Ind.) and Undersecretary of the Treasury Marion Folsom. The president said the tax overhaul would "benefit all Americans.", August 16, 1954 *4 Copies – See Also Photograph Collection (MFP – 90)
FFP-22 Marion Folsom with President Eisenhower and Mrs. Eisenhower unveiling $.03 Children's Stamps *2 Copies – See Photograph Collection (MFP – 94), December 20, 1956
FFP-23 There are smiles around among Congressional leaders gathered around President Eisenhower's White House desk as he finished signing into law the new tax bill granting reductions on many. The chief executive is distributing souvenir pens used in the ceremony. From left are: Bridges (Rep.); Rep. Don Read (R-NY); seated, Rep. Leo Aller R -); Speaker Joseph W. Martin (R-Mass); Rep. Leslie Arends (R-Ill), Rep. Homer Ferguson (R-Mich); *2 Copies – See Also Photograph Collection (MFP – 95), August 16, 1958
FFP-24 Richard Nixon (left); Marion B. Folsom (center) shaking hands with Dwight D. Eisenhower (right).
FFP-25 President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivering his "State of the Union Address" *See Also Photograph Collection (MFP – 88)
FFP-26 President Eisenhower in baseball stadium throwing out first ball in game between the New York Yankees and the Dodgers. Marion Folsom, John Foster Dulles, George Mitchell, and George Humphrey are seen in the background
FFP-27 John Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury under President Truman (3rd from left), General Dwight D. Eisenhower shown in uniform (Center). Marion B. Folsom is standing in the back
FFP-28 Dr. James Salk (4th from the Left) with Marion B. Folsom and a group of unidentified men reading certificates.
MFP- 91 President signing a bill with Folsom in the background. Statement by the President enclosed, August 17, 1954
MFP-86 Congressman Kenneth Keating, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Marion Folsom meet in President's office
MFP-95 Dwight D. Eisenhower signing tax bill, Scope and Content: From left are: Bridges (Rep.); Rep. Don Read (R-NY); seated, Rep. Leo Aller R -); Speaker Joseph W. Martin (R-Mass); Rep. Leslie Arends (R-Ill), Rep. Homer Ferguson (R-Mich); *2 Copies – See Also Framed Photograph Collection (FFP-23)
Folder 7. Assorted Photographs
Scope and Content:
FFP-31 Marion B. Folsom with Nelson Rockefeller (left)
FFP-32 Marion Folsom with wife Mary, daughter Florence, son Marion Bayard, and George M. Humphrey *2 Copies – See also Photograph Collection (MFP – 22; Oversize Box #1)
FFP-33 Marion Folsom (3rd from the Left) standing with an unidentified group
FFP-34 Marion B. Folsom (seated 2nd from the right) with a large group of unidentified men and one unidentified woman
FFP-35 Marion B. Folsom speaking in front of a large audience
FFP-36 Died in 1949, Edward Stettinius, Jr. seated 3rd from Left. Marion B. Folsom is seen standing on the right. Committee Members working at a meeting.
FFP-37 Marion Folsom (right) and Thomas J. Hargrave, Chairman of the Board of Eastman Kodak Company. Folsom is being congratulated upon news of his appointment as Undersecretary of the Treasury. Both are standing in front of a portrait of George Eastman, December 1952
FFP-38 Marion B. Folsom speaking at the 25th Anniversary of the Social Security Act, August 14, 1960
Box 147: Paintings, 1955-1960
Folder 1. Norman Rockwell painting of Dwight D. Eisenhower that was painted for the Saturday Evening Post *Reproduction
Folder 2. Painting by Dwight D. Eisenhower with signature. "St. Louis Creek Byers Peak Ranch," Christmas 1955
Folder 3. Painting by Dwight D. Eisenhower with signature. "Deserted Barn," Christmas 1958
Folder 4. Painting by Dwight D. Eisenhower with signature. "Mount Eisenhower," 1959
Folder 5. Painting by Dwight D. Eisenhower with signature. "Church in Bavaria," 1960
Box 148: Awards, 1912-1975
Folder Scope and Content: Certificate awarded to Marion B. Folsom for his public service and for serving as a member of the Regional Management-Labor War Manpower Committee of Region Two.
Folder 2. American Legion of Monroe County, New York, Citation for Distinguished Service, June 21, 1958
Folder 3. Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences Municipal Museum Commission Civic Medalist, May 22, 1959
Folder 4. Citation from the Rochester Regional Hospital Council, June 27, 1966
Folder 5. Member Emeritus of the Regional Review Conference, Genesee Region Health Planning Council, February 13, 1975
Folder 6. Stamps Honoring American Higher Education, November 14, 1962
Folder 7. Education Bill signed with Lyndon B. Johnson inscription, April 11, 1965
Folder 8. The United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Appointment for Membership on the Advisory Council on Social Security of 1963-1964, June 10, 1963
Folder Related Materials: See also Scrapbook 2 (SB2-3) for photocopy
Folder 10. Phi Beta Kappa Associates, Citation for Admittance to Fellowship in the Associates, December 19, 1940
Folder 11. Monroe Community College, Resolution electing Marion Folsom the position of Honorary Trustee, June 22, 1972
Folder 12. City Council of Rochester, Resolution regarding Marion B. Folsom's Retirement, September 9, 1958
Folder 13. The Southern Regional Education Board, Certificate of Appreciation, January 29, 1962
Folder Related Materials: See also Scrapbook 2 (SB2-2) for photocopy
Folder Related Materials: See also Scrapbook 4 (SB4-1).
Box 149: Awards, 1957;1962;1970
Folder Related Materials: See also 2015 Addition Audio Collection
Folder 2. Monroe County Citizens Civic Committee Achievement Award, August 20, 1962
Folder 3. The Medical Society of the County of Monroe, Inc., Edward Mott Moore Award for Dedicated Service to the Community and the Medical Profession, 1970
Folder 4. YMCA of Rochester and Monroe County, Century Club Plaque for Folsom's service to Youth
Box 150: Binder, Briefcase, and Award Plaque, 1958; 1965; 1975
Folder 1. Binder, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Folder 2. Briefcase, The White House Conference, November 3-4, 1965
Folder 3. Arthur J. Altmeyer Award for Outstanding Contributions to Economic Security, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, April 11, 1975
Box 151: Scrapbooks 5 and 6, 1940-1973
Folder Scrapbooks #5, 1940-1973
Scope and Content: Contains news articles and other clippings regarding the career of Marion B. Folsom. Content of scrapbook listed below:
SB5-1 News article. "Fortune Cities U. of R. Growth."
SB5-2 "The Rich, Risky Life of a University Trustee" by Robert Sheehan Published in Fortune, January 1967
SB5-3 News clipping. "Medical Economics," January 9, 1967
SB5-3 News article. "Folsom Joins Advisory Unit." Times Union, January 21, 1967
SB5-3 News article. "Rocky's Move on Medicaid Called 'Show,'" Democrat and Chronicle, January 20, 1967
SB5-3 News article. "Folsom to Study Integration of Pensions, SS," Democrat and Chronicle, January 21, 1967
SB5-4 News article. "Folsom Urges Aid for Hardcore Idle." The Times Union, February 2, 1967
SB5-4 News article. "To Civic Services – Fewster Adds Chamber Job," by Desmond Stone
SB5-5 News article. "Support Grows for Medicaid Alternative," The Times-Union, February 3, 1967
SB5-5 News article. "Broader Health Insurance Plan Urged by Folsom," Rochester Times-Union, February 6, 1967
SB5-6 News article. "Doctors Assail Ingraham As 'Czar' of Medicaid," Democrat and Chronicle, February 14, 1967
SB5-6 News article. "Health Care Bill Scored by Labor: Corbett Says State Plan is 'of Dubious Value'"
SB5-6 News article. "RFK to Study Rocky's Plan," Times-Union, February 24th
SB5-7 News article. "Business Leaders Oppose It: Folsom hails plan," Democrat and Chronicle, 1967
SB5-8 News article. "'Step in the Right Direction:' Folsom Hails Insurance Plan," Democrat and Chronicle, February 23, 1967
SB5-8 News article. "Will Medicaid 'Reform' Make Matters Worse?," Times Union, February 24, 1967
SB5-8 News article. "Medicaid Attack," Democrat and Chronicle, February 21, 1967
SB5-9 News article. "Albany Proposes Compulsory Plan for Health Care," New York Times, February 23, 1967
SB5-9 News article. "Health Proposal Scored in Albany: Compulsory Insurance Plan Assailed at First Hearing," New York Times, March 6, 1967
SB5-10 News article. "Broader Health Insurance Plan Urged by Folsom," Times Union, March 6, 1967
SB5-10 News article. "Senate Okays Bill Extending Medicaid Cover at Infirmary."
SB5-10 News article. "Industry, Labor Hit Health Bill," The Times-Union, March 7, 1967
SB5-11 News article. "Local Governments Must Reorganize, Folsom Warns," The Times-Union, March 17, 1967
SB5-11 News article. "Teacher Contract Talks Deadlocked," The Times-Union, March 23, 1967
SB5-11 News clipping. Carl Eletto calling Folsom, May 8, 1966
SB5-12 "Society position on State Health Insurance" by Eli A. Leven, M.D., The Bulletin, April 1967
SB5-12 News article. "Unplanning Chaos," Democrat and Chronicle, April 12, 1967
SB5-13 News article. "Few Inspired by New Challenges: The Politics of Progress," Democrat and Chronicle, May 5, 1967
SB5-13 News article. "Folsom Urges New Powers for Counties," Democrat and Chronicle, June 10, 1967
SB5-14 News article. "Folsom Hits Hospitals for Inaction on Chronic Ills," Democrat and Chronicle, May 24, 1967
SB5-14 News article. "The Chronically Ill Cry for Help," Democrat and Chronicle, May 25, 1967
SB5-14 News article. "Core' Hospitals Proposed: CHIPS Urged Fewer Beds," The Post-Standard *CHIPS (Community Health Information and Planning Service), June 8, 1967
SB5-14 Program for the Alumni Association of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary and Genesee Junior College, June 17, 1967
SB5-15 News article. "Simple Constitution Urged," The Times-Union, June 16, 1967
SB5-15 News article. "Samuels, Folsom Urges Appointments," Democrat and Chronicle, June 17, 1967
SB5-15 News article. "Are Local Boundaries Obsolete?," The Times-Union, July 5, 1967
SB5-16 News article. "Lyons Hospital Denied by Regional Unit" and "Lyons Bitter Over Rebuff on Hospital," Times Union, June 27, 1967
SB5-17 News article. "MCC Trustees Meet at New Campus Site," The Times-Union, June 23, 1967
SB5-17 News article. "Business Body Asks Legislatures and Governors to Streamline 'Inadequate' Governments," July 11, 1967
SB5-18 News article. "CED Asks: Does State Get Value for $ Outlay?," The Times-Union, July 11, 1967
SB5-18 News article. "Good Reading for Con Con," Democrat and Chronicle, July 11, 1967
SB5-18 News article. "Modernize, States Urged," Democrat and Chronicle, July 12, 1967
SB5-19 News article. "Modernize from the Cellar Up is Advice to N.Y. Legislature," The Times-Union, July 12, 1967
SB5-19 News article. "Folsom Report Draws Governors' Praise," Democrat and Chronicle, August 1, 1967
SB5-20 News article. "Folsom, Secretary in Ike's Cabinet, Urges Regional Health Planning Setup," The Springfield Union, October 1, 1967
SB5-20 News article. "Good Schools Now Urged by Folsom," Democrat and Chronicle, October 6, 1967
SB5-20 News article. "District Status to be Aired"
SB5-21 News article. "May Blasts Central School District," Greece Post, October 12, 1967
SB5-22 News article. "Education Integration," Democrat and Chronicle, October 9, 1967
SB5-22 News article. "Improve Inner City Schools, Folsom Urges," Times Union, October 6, 1967
SB5-22 News article. "Folsom Suggests: Parties Should Submit View," Times Union, October 6, 1967
SB5-23 1967"A Century of Education." NYS Board of Social Welfare
SB5-24 "America's Blue-Chip: Little-known, behind-the-scenes council just sits around and talks, but when it does, the Government listens," Finance, November 1967
SB5-25 Press Release from the Committee for Economic Development (CED) concerning its 25th Anniversary, November 17
SB5-26 News article. "Health Insurance Plan Criticized at Hearing," Times-Union, December 4, 1967
SB5-26 News article. "Folsom Praises Upstate Blue Cross," Democrat and Chronicle, December 4, 1967
SB5-26 Biographical clipping of Marion Bayard Folsom as published in the International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who, 1968
SB5-27 News article. "Folsom on health Insurance: 'Disregard Opposition':Reagan predicts Medi-Cal will cost $1 billion within 2 years," Democrat and Chronicle, December 5, 1967
SB5-27 News article. "Universal health Insurance Backers Few at Hearing," The Times-Union, December 5, 1967
SB5-28 News article. "From Rockefeller: Reality, Second Thoughts, Concern," The Times-Union, January 3, 1968
SB5-28 News article. "Study Panel Invites PTA School Ideas" Democrat and Chronicle
SB5-28 News article. "Area health Care Planning Advised," The Times-Union, January 15, 1968
SB5-29 News article. "U.S. Reorganization Outlined by Folsom," Democrat and Chronicle, February 1, 1968
SB5-29 News article. "Friden Books Lectures by Leaders."
SB5-29 News article. "$10 Million Gap in School Funds," Democrat and Chronicle, February 24, 1968
SB5-30 The Friden Forum. Biography of Marion B. Folsom, February 15
SB5-30 News article. "Planning Cited at Ceremonies," Democrat and Chronicle, February 17, 1968
SB5-31 News article. "Folsom Backs Health Insurance," Democrat and Chronicle, April 4, 1968
SB5-31 News article. "Folsom Gives papers to UR Library," Democrat and Chronicle, April 24, 1968
SB5-31 "Marion Folsom Gives Papers to Library," U. of R. Alumni News, May 1968
SB5-31 News article. "U of R Receives Folsom Papers," Southeast Journal, May 1, 1968
SB5-32 "Cost Problems Must Be Solved: Blue Cross President McNerney prods plan leaders to act faster on steps designed to curb the hospital cost spiral," Medical World News, April 12, 1968
SB5-33 News article. "Valuable, Significant Collection: Folsom Donates Papers to UR" Brighton Post, May 10, 1968
SB5-33 "Folsom Papers Given to Campus Library," U. of R. Notes, Summer 1968
SB5-33 "Folsom Donates Papers to U of R Library," Kodakery, May 16, 1968
SB5-34 News article. "Income Maintenance Favored: Welfare Overhaul Urged," Democrat and Chronicle, May 9, 1968
SB5-34 News article. "Wilson, Folsom Differ on the 'Negative Tax'," Times Union, May 18, 1968
SB5-35 News article. "Ginsberg Urges Reforms by State Welfare Agency," The New York Times, May 9, 1968
SB5-35 "Businessmen weigh welfare mess: Committee for Economic Development and the Arden House Steering Committee agree that current programs should be replaced," Business Week, May 18, 1968
SB5-36 CED Forum Airs Public Welfare Issues. CED Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 1, May 1968
SB5-37 News article. "School Board Warned of New Budget Crisis"
SB5-37 Letter to the Editor from Gabriel Hauge. "The Eisenhower years," The New York Times Magazine, July 21, 1968
SB5-38 News article. "Monroe Critically Short on Aged Care," Democrat and Chronicle, September 23, 1968
SB5-38 Clipping regarding Kodak's Silver Anniversary Dinner, September 26, 1968
SB5-39 News article. "Security Unit Asked in Schools," Democrat and Chronicle, October 5, 1968
SB5-39 News article. "Porter Homer Up to $33,000" . . . blurb regarding Folsom's donation to the Monroe Community College Library, October 7, 1968
SB5-40 "Folsom Topic is Medical Cost." NAM Reports Vol. 13 No. 41, October 7, 1968
SB5-40 News article. "GOP Lists Folsom, Curtis Aid," November 1968
SB5-41 News article. "Plaque for Kodak," Democrat and Chronicle, December 5, 1968
SB5-41 News article. "Economists Aids NEAD's Needs," Democrat and Chronicle *NEAD (Northeast Area Development Corp), December 6, 1968
SB5-42 News article. "Nixon Taps Folsom for Task Force," Democrat and Chronicle, December 8, 1968
SB5-42 News article. "Kodak Names Eilers Chief Executive," December 19, 1968
SB5-43 News article. "Eilers Gets Top Post at Kodak," Democrat and Chronicle, December 1968
SB5-43 "Eilers is Chief Executive; 2 Directors Retire, 2 Named," January 2, 1969
SB5-44 "It's 40th Birthday of Kodak Benefit Plans"
SB5-45 News article. Biography of Marion Folsom," by Bill Beeney, Democrat and Chronicle, January 3, 1969
SB5-45 News article. "Chamber to Honor 13 Members," January 1969
SB5-45 News article. "Rochesterians In on D.C. Gala: The Nixon Inauguration"
SB5-46 Listing with photograph. Caption reads: "Thirteen 50-year members received honorary lifetime membership to the Chamber," January 26, 1969
SB5-47 News article. "A New Yorker for Nixon Cabinet?"
SB5-48 News article. "Leader in War, Peace, He Had a Few Peers," March 1969
SB5-48 News article. "Folsom, Wallis, To Attend Rites."
SB5-48 News article. "Rochesterians To Eulogize Eisenhower," April 1, 1969
SB5-49 News article. "Rochester Pays Tribute" *Dwight D. Eisenhower, April 1969
SB5-49 News article. "Memorial Rite for Eisenhower" Democrat and Chronicle, April 3, 1969
SB5-50 News article. "SUNY Colleges: They're Where Action Is," The Times- Union, October 21, 1968
SB5-50 News article. "Off to Inaugural," Democrat and Chronicle, *Richard M. Nixon, January 18, 1969
SB5-50 News article. "Gilbert's 50 years," Democrat and Chronicle *, Gilbert J.C. McCurdy, April 22, 1969
SB5-51 News article. Opinion Page. "The High Cost of Being Sick," Democrat and Chronicle, January 27, 1969
SB5-52 Management Changes: Special Aide to President Johnson Joins Company Advisor; Kodak President Eilers Assumes Duties of Chief Executive Officer; White, Folsom, and Collyer Retire; Dr. A.J. Gould and R.W. Miller are New Directors, February 1969
SB5-53 News article. "Many Over 65 Here: Report on Old Hits Home," Democrat and Chronicle, March 28, 1969
SB5-54 News article. "How Keating Papers Can Be a Tax-Saver." Times-Union
SB5-54 August 1969 Photocopy of a news clipping concerning the Folsom Family reunion
SB5-55 News article. "Medical Costs Likely to Rise, Committee Told," Times-Union, September 12, 1969
SB5-56 News article. " Hospital Care Abused: More Nursing Homes Needed, Panel Told," Democrat and Chronicle, September 13, 1969
SB5-56 News article. "Ways to Reduce Medical Costs," Times Union, September 22nd
SB5-57 News article. "UR Group To Study Trustees' Function," Times Union, September 30, 1969
SB5-58 News article editorial. "Could Foundation Give Better Health Care?" Democrat and Chronicle, October 23, 1969
SB5-59 News article. "Two Gaps Seen in Local Health Insurance Coverage," Democrat and Chronicle, November 16, 1969
SB5-59 "Baccalaureate Program is Important," The Roberts Bulletin Vol. 53 No.4, June 1969
SB5-62 News article. "Healthful Doings," Democrat and Chronicle, February 17, 1970
SB5-63 News article. "Home Care Story," March 6, 1970
SB5-64 News article editorial. "Chest Makes Wise Move on Priorities," May 22, 1970
SB5-65 News article. "Medical Society Honors Folsom," May 28, 1970
SB5-65 News article. "Folsom to Get Honor," 1970
SB5-66 News article. "Doctors Told: Act, Our Government Will Step In," The Times Union, May 27, 1970
SB5-67 "Edward Mott Moore Award to Marion Folsom," Medical Society Bulletin, June 1970
SB5-68 "Folsom Testifies on Revenue Sharing," CED Newsletter Vol. 2 No.1, May 1970
SB5-69 Ticket for admittance for the 25th Anniversary Convocation of the United Nations, May 20th-21st
SB5-69 "Home Care Honors Folsom"
SB5-70 News article. "Medical Society Honors Folsom," Brighton-Pittsford Post, May 28, 1970
SB5-70 "Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation," July 1970
SB5-71 News article. "Rocky Names Folsom to Head Unit on Aging," Times Union, October 14, 1970
SB5-71 News article. "Rocky Names Folsom to Head Unit on Aging," Times Union, October 14, 1970
SB5-71 News Article. "Board of Trustees Meets," September 1, 1070
SB5-72 News article. "Richardson and Finch Inducted into Their New Posts," The New York Times, June 25, 1970
SB5-72 News article. "Wallis, Folsom Disagree on Wage-Price Policy," Times Union, November 25, 1970
SB5-73 News article. "Folsom to Receive Chamber Civic Medal," Brighton-Pittsford Post, December 17, 1970
SB5-73 News article. "Folsom Gets Chamber's Civic Medal"
SB5-74 News article. "They'll Receive Civic Honors," 1971
SB5-74 News article. "Folsom Honored"
SB5-75 News article. "Win Civic Honors," Democrat and Chronicle, January 21, 1971
SB5-75 News article. "Health-Care-for-All Clinics Sought," January 22, 1971
SB5-76 News article. "'Misplaced Patients:' Folsom Deplores Hospital Misuse," Times Union, January 20, 1971
SB5-76 News article. "State of Our Health," by Cliff Carpenter * 2 Copies*, January 27, 1971
SB5-77 "The Dynamics of Civic Development" by Marcus N. Barbour Greater Rochester, March 1971
SB5-78 News article. "Health Survey: Senile Patients Need Another Place to Live," Times Union, January 25, 1971
SB5-79 News article. "George Eastman Honored In New U of R Bulletin"
SB5-80 News article written by Marion B. Folsom. "George Eastman . . .As I Remember Him," Times Union *2 copies*, June 5, 1971
SB5-81 News article. "Home Care Is Happiness," by Cliff Carpenter, Democrat and Chronicle, June 2, 1971
SB5-83 Meeting notes of the Board of Trustees for the Rochester Savings Bank, June 14, 1971
SB5-85 News article. "Historic Whitehall Changes Owners," Dublin Courier-Herald, August 2, 1971
SB5-85 Photocopy of article published in the Atlanta Constitution "Move to Whitehall," August 9, 1971
SB5-86 News article. "Whitehall – Heritage from the Past," September 16th
SB5-87 News article. "Former Undersecretary of the Treasury: Folsom Labels 'Freeze' Policy as Sound but Late," The Brighton – Pittsford Post, August 19, 1971
SB5-88 News article. "Federal 'Accounting' Urged by Committee," Democrat and Chronicle, September 19, 1971
SB5-88 Biographical Section on Marion Bayard Folsom as printed in The International year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who, 1973
SB5-89 Photograph with caption of Marion B. Folsom, Kodak Highlights Volume 24/Number 3, August 1971
SB5-90 News article. "The Sands of Siesta Key"
Folder 2. Scrapbook #6, August 1, 1955-August 1, 1958
Scope and content: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare tribute to Marion B. Folsom. Contains data, photographs, and paste-ups of his career in Washington as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. Content of scrapbook listed below:
Photograph of Folsom with members of his staff
Letter to Folsom written with sincerity regarding his departure from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare signed by the Surgeon General, Commissioner of Social Security, Commissioner of Education, Superintendent of Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Commissioner of Food and Drugs, and the Director of Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Cut outs of headshots of the people Folsom knew
Public Health Service
Medical Research
Services to States
Medical Services
Education: Our Children, Society's Supreme Resource
The Challenges
Twenty-four Years of Social Security
Children's Bureau
Old-Age and Survivors Insurance
Protecting Health through Pure Food and Drugs
St. Elizabeths Hospital
Miscellaneous news clippings and headlines of Marion Folsom's career
Box 152: Scrapbook 7, 1953
Folder Scrapbook #7, January 22, 1953
Scope and Content: Presented to Marion B. Folsom by the Board of Trustees of the Committee for Economic Development. Content of scrapbook listed below:
FS7-1 Program for the dinner held in honor of The Honorable Marion B. Folsom given by the Board of Trustees of The Committee for Economic Development at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York, January 22, 1953
Scope and Content: Photograph reads: "To Marion Bayard Folsom Chairman of The Board of Trustees of The Committee for Economic Development May 1950- January 1953 from his fellow trustees as a token of affection and administration and as a tribute to his inspiring leadership as chairman and as a member of the Board of Trustee since the founding of the Committee for Economic Development in 1942.
FS7-3 Photograph of the dinner
FS7-3a Photograph of the dinner
FS7-4—FS7-11a Unidentified photographs
FS7-12 Photograph of Marion B. Folsom being presented with the inscribed platter
FS7-12a Photograph of Marion B. Folsom being presented with the inscribed platter
FS7-13—FS7-27a Unidentified photographs
FS7-28 Western Union Telegram from Willys Overland Motors responding to Leroy A. Lincoln (Committee for Economic Development) invitation to the dinner for Marion Folsom, January 5, 1953
FS7-29 Western Union Telegram from James D. Frances to Leroy A. Lincoln stating he cannot attend.
FS7-30 Western Union Telegram from Robert Gaylord to Leroy A. Lincoln stating he cannot attend, January 22, 1953
FS7-31 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Stanley M. Cooper of the Fafnir Bearing Company stating he cannot attend, January 19, 1953
FS7-32 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Henry H. Heimann (Executive Manager of the National Association of Credit Men) stating he cannot attend, December 31, 1952
FS7-33 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Luther L. Hill (Publisher of The Register and Tribune) stating he cannot attend, January 2, 1953
FS7-34 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Raymond Rubicam stating he cannot attend, January 12, 1953
FS7-35 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Lester C. Rogers (President of Bates and Rogers Construction Corporation) stating he cannot attend, January 14, 1953
FS7-36 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from A. P. Greensfelder stating he cannot attend, January 8, 1953
FS7-37 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Arthur M. R. Hughes (President of the Union Trust Company of Rochester, N.Y.) stating he cannot attend, January 2, 1953
FS7-38 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from A. W. Hughes (President of the J.C. Penny Company, Inc.) happily accepting the invitation to attend, as the guest of CED the dinner to be given to honor Marion B. Folsom, January 13, 1953
FS7-39 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Russell G. Creviston (Director of Public Relations of the Crane Co.) stating he cannot attend, January 12, 1952
FS7-40 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Fed Rogers Fairchild (Yale University) stating he cannot attend, January 12, 1953
FS7-41 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Norman J. Gould (Goulds Pummps) stating he cannot attend, January 14, 1953
FS7-42 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Kelley Graham (Chairman of the Board of the First National Bank in Jersey City) declining the invitation to the dinner, December 31, 1952
FS7-43 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from P.C. Spencer (Sinclair Oil Corporation) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 2, 1953
FS7-44 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from the General Time Corporation stating what a pleasure it was attending the Testimonial Dinner to honor Marion Folsom, January 27, 1953
FS7-45 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Casimir A. Sienkiewicz (President of the Central-Penn National Bank) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 21, 1953
FS7-46 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Raymond N. Ball (President of Lincoln Rochester Trust Company) *See also Obituaries (General) Folder, January 6, 1953
FS7-47 Letter to Marion Folsom from Ralph E. Flanders (Senator from Vermont), January 22, 1953
FS7-48 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Robert M. Gaylord (President of the Ingersoll Milling Machine Company), January 23, 1953
FS7-49 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from A. D. Whiteside, January 2, 1953
FS7-50 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Roger D. Laphan stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 6, 1953
FS7-51 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from J.G. Hickey (President of the Hickey-Freeman Co.) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 19, 1953
FS7-52 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Frank White (President of the National Broadcasting Company) thanking him for the dinner, January 26, 1953
FS7-53 Letter to Marion B. Folsom from Jay E. Crane (Vice President of the Standard Oil Company), January 28, 1953
FS7-54 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Peter E. Rentschler, January 2, 1953
FS7-55 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Harper Sibley, January 2, 1953
FS7-56 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from W.M. Fulton Kurtz (Chairman of the board of The Pennsylvania Company) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 5, 1953
FS7-57 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Robert V. Fleming (President of The Riggs National Bank) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 5, 1953
FS7-58 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from D. C. Everest (Chairman of the Board of the Marathon Corporation) stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 2, 1953
FS7-59 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Jesse H. Jones, January 19, 1953
FS7-60 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Fairis R. Russell (Chairman of the Board of the Ward Barking Company) stating he cannot attend the dinner, December 31, 1952
FS7-61 Letter to Meyer Kestnbaum (Chairman of CED) from H.C. Turner, Jr. (President of Turner Construction Company), January 27, 1953
FS7-62 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Carle C. Conway (Chairman of the Executive Committee of the continental Can Company) stating he cannot attend the dinner, December 31, 1952
FS7-63 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Thomas A. Morgan stating he cannot attend the dinner, January 16, 1953
FS7-64 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Fred Lazarus (President of the Federated Department Stores, Inc.) stating that he cannot attend the dinner, January 2, 1953
FS7-65 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln, January 12, 1953
FS7-66 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Howard P. Parshall (President of the Commonwealth Bank) stating that he cannot attend the dinner, January 2, 1953
FS7-67 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Eugene W. Stetson (Guaranty Trust Company of New York) stating that he cannot attend the dinner, December 31, 1952
FS7-68 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from A. E. Eggert (Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company) stating that Mr. Carlton cannot attend, January 5, 1953
FS7-69 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Henry A. Bullis (General Mills, Inc.) stating that he cannot attend the dinner, January 2, 1953
FS7-70 Letter to Leroy A. Lincoln from Joseph B. Hall stating that he cannot attend the dinner, January 6, 1953
FS7-71 News article. "Eisenhower Designates 3 Treasury Dept. Aides," Harrisburg Patriot, December 15, 1952
FS7-72 News article. "Three Treasury Appointments By Eisenhower Announced," Washington Star, December 15, 1952
FS7-73 News article. "Top Executives Honor Folsom at N.Y. Dinner," Rochester Democrat Chronicle, January 23, 1953
FS7-74 News article. "New Administration: Three for the Money," Time, December 22, 1952
FS7-75 News article. "Business Leaders Laud Folsom at CED Testimonial in Gotham," Rochester Times Union, January 23, 1953
FS7-76 News article. "Folsom Brings to Treasury Economic Service Record," New York Journal of Commerce, December 16, 1952
FS7-77 News article. "Tackles Tax woes," Rock Springs Rocket, December 30, 1952
FS7-78 News article. "New Appointees by Eisenhower," Des Moines Tribune, December 15, 1952
FS7-79 News article. "Kodak Elects Folsom Successor," New York Times, December 17, 1952
FS7-80 News article. "Ike Says Trip to Korea Renewed Hope of Peace," Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, December 15, 1952
FS7-81 News image of Marion Folsom published in the New York Herald Tribune, December 21, 1952
FS7-82 News article. "Ex-McRae Man Gets U.S. Post with 2 Others," Macon Telegraph, December 15, 1952
FS7-83 News article. "Ike Names Three to Treasury Jobs: New Position Added to Department," Pittsburgh Press, December 15, 1952
FS7-84 News article. "Folsom Noted as Expert in Economics," Washington Post, December 15, 1952
FS7-85 News article. "Two New Yorkers, Ohioan Appointed To Treasury Jobs," Lincoln Star, December 15, 1952
FS7-86 News article. "Folsom Tapped by Humphrey for Treasury Undersecretary," Washington Post, December 13, 1952
FS7-87 News article. "Appointments to the Treasury: Careers of 3 Eisenhower Aids," New York Herald Tribune, December 15, 1952
FS7-88 News article. "Three Appointed Treasury Aides: Burgess, Folsom and Rose Picked for Posts Under Humphrey," New York Journal of Commerce, December 15, 1952
FS7-89 News article. "Treasury-Federal Reserve Harmony Seen With Assignment of Key Department Posts," New York Wall St. Journal, December 13, 1952
FS7-90 News article. "Burgess Won't Comment on Choice for U.S. Post," New York World-Telegram Sun, December 12, 1952
FS7-91 News article. "Enthusiasm Greets Choice of Folsom," Rochester Times-Union, December 15, 1952
FS7-92 News article. "Tax Sanity Linked to Folsom Choice," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 24, 1952
FS7-93 News article. "Humphrey Persuaded New Aide," Rochester Times-Union, December 15, 1952
FS7-94 News article. "Eisenhower Names Three Treasury Aids," St. Louis Globe- Democrat, December 15, 1952
FS7-95 News article. "Top Men Sought by Folsom as Aides," Rochester Times-Union, December 15, 1952
FS7-96 News article. "Folsom Mum on Talk of Treasury Job," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 13, 1952
FS7-97 News article. "Eisenhower Men Chart Own Inflation Program: it differs sharply from Truman plan putting stress on indirect controls," New York Times, December 21, 1952
FS7-98 News article. "Ike Warns of Big Job, But Hopes to Speed Korea War Solutions," Washington Post, December 15, 1952
FS7-99 News article. "Monetary Policy," Washington News, December 30, 1952
FS7-100 News article. "Treasury Securities," New York Times, December 16, 1952
FS7-101 News article. "Eisenhower Calls for Deeds Instead of Words as Way to Peace," Knoxville News-Sentinel, December 15, 1952
FS7-102 News article. "The Team at the Treasury," Washington Post, December 16, 1952
FS7-103 News article. "Eisenhower Names Official of Kodak," New York Times, December 12, 1952
FS7-104 News article. "A 'Policy' Appointment," New York Times, December 16, 1952
FS7-105 Magazine article. "The Treasury's New Team," Business Week, December 20, 1952
FS7-106 Magazine article. "Here's The Line on Taxes, Money: Keep Dollar Sound, Cut Debt, No 'Soak the Rich,'" Finance Week, December 26, 1952
FS7-107 News photograph. "Merriment at the White House," February 26, 1953
FS7-108 The Kiplinger Washington Letter, December 20, 1952
FS7-109 Trends Vol. 38, No. 15, December 25, 1952
FS7-110 "On Eisenhower Team," Newsweek, December 22, 1952
FS7-111 News article. "Yes-Men and Others," Boston Herald, December 17, 1952
FS7-112 News article. "Business in Government," Jamestown Post-Journal, December 22, 1952
FS7-113 News article. "Ike 'Hires' Some Top C.E.D. Men," Des Moines Register, December 16, 1952
FS7-114 News article. "Shaping Up the Little Cabinet," Kalamazoo Gazette, December 17, 1952
FS7-115 News article. "As We See It: Folsom Uniquely Fitted for Treasury," Rochester Times-Union, December 13, 1952
FS7-116 News article. "Editorials: Promise of Stability," Boston Christian Science Monitor, December 23, 1952
FS7-117 News article. "News Notebook," Washington News, January 5, 1953
FS7-118 News article. "'Business' Really In," New York Post, December 22, 1952
FS7-119 News article. "Government Role of Big Business Carries Challenge," Binghamton Press, December 24, 1952
FS7-120 News article. "The Business Outlook: New Year Confidence Boosted on Stability Not the Prospect of Inflation and Scarcity," Philadelphia Bulletin, January 4, 1953
FS7-121 News article. "A Native Georgian in Ike's Sub-Cabinet," Waycross Journal-Herald, December 24, 1952
FS7-122 News article. "Business Men are Getting Big Voice in Government," Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch, December 29, 1952
FS7-123 News article. "Senate Committee Approves Folsom as Undersecretary of Treasury," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, January 27, 1953
FS7-124 News article. "A 'Policy' Appointment," New York Times, December 18, 1952
FS7-125 News article. "Balanced Budget Backed by New Treasury Aide," Plainfield Courier News, December 17, 1952
FS7-126 News article. "Eisenhower Protects the Dollar," Youngstown, Ohio Indicator, December 31, 1952
FS7-127 News article. "New Team at the Treasury," Sacramento Bee, December 24, 1952
FS7-128 News article. "Folsom Named to treasury Post: Top Kodak Official Picked by Ike for Undersecretary Job," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 15, 1952
FS7-129 News article. "Business Men into Generals," The Nation, January 3, 1953
FS7-130 News article. "Business Leadership," Tucson Star, December 28, 1952
FS7-131 News article. "CED Trustees to Honor Folsom," Rochester Times-Union, January 19, 1953
FS7-132 News article. "CED Plans Dinner Honoring Folsom," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, January 21, 1953
FS7-133 News article. "Folsom Nomination Sent to Senate," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, January 23, 1953
FS7-134 News article. "Folsom to the Fore," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 15, 1952
FS7-135 News article. "Treasury Prospects," Alliance Ohio Review, December 18, 1952
FS7-136 "Washington Outlook," Business Week, December 20, 1952
FS7-137 News article. "Folsom to be Undersecretary, Burgess Treasury Fiscal Aide." New York American Banker
FS7-138 News article. "CC President Lauds Folsom," Rochester Times-Union, January 16, 1953
FS7-139 New article. "OK of Humphrey Clears Way for Folsom Approval," Rochester Times-Union, January 22, 1953
FS7-140 News article. "Folsom Sworn Today; Congress Units Rebuff Ike on Reorganization," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, January 28, 1953
FS7-141 News article. "The Alsops: Pair Brings Ike Problems," Yakima Republic, March 3, 1953
FS7-142 News article. "Folsom to be Feted at Waldorf," Rochester Times-Union, January 20, 1953
FS7-143 News article. "Ike's Top Aids Represent Big Business, East." Chicago Tribune
FS7-144 News article. "Enthusiasm Greets Choice of Folsom," Rochester Times-Union, December 15, 1952
FS7-145 News article. "City Businessmen Hail Folsom's Appointment," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, December 15, 1952
FS7-146 News article. "The New President's Official Family. . .," Washington Post, January 20, 1953
FS7-147 News article. "Folsom is Honored by Economic Group," New York Times, January 23, 1953
FS7-148 News article. "Washington News: Hints of Monetary Policies," January 5, 1953
FS7-149 News article. "Demos Harp on 'Big Business' in Ike's Regime," January 23, 1953
FS7-150 News article. "Ike's Secret Economic Weapon," Minneapolis Star, January 26, 1953
FS7-151 News article. "Senate Unit OKs Folsom; Members Laud His Record," Rochester Times-Union
FS7-152 News article. "CED Head to get U.S. Policy Post," Bloomington Pantagraph, January 13, 1953
FS7-153 News article. "Save that Confederate Money, Boys: Southerners Taking top Treasury Posts," Atlanta Journal, January 15, 1953
FS7-154 News article. "Truman Figures Show U.S. Will be in Red," Houston Chronicle, January 9, 1953
FS7-155 News article. "Georgians Okayed for fiscal Jobs," Atlanta Constitution, January 27, 1953
FS7-156 News article. "Business Administration Ahead," LaCrosse Tribune, January 3, 1953
FS7-157 News article. "That Merry GOP Row Over Tax Cuts," New York Post, February 3, 1953
FS7-158 News article. "Stage is Set," Ottumwa Courier, December 30, 1952
FS7-159 News article. "With other editors . . .," Helena Independent Record, January 6, 1953
FS7-160 News article. "Eisenhower's Harvard 'Accent,'" Milwaukee Journal, January 16, 1953
FS7-161 News article. "Generals," Claremont Eagle, January 23, 1953
FS7-162 News article. "It was radical back in 1913," Sheboygan Press, January 24, 1953
FS7-163 News article. "Sales Tax Straws in the Wind," Madison Capital Times, January 6, 1953
FS7-164 News article. "Campaign Oratory," Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, January 19, 1953
FS7-165 News article. "Bank and Business Administration." San Antonio News, January 21, 1953
FS7-166 News article. "The Accent Lingers on." Tucson Star, January 22, 1953
FS7-167 "Some Important Figures in the New Administration," The Spectator, December 1952
FS7-168 News article. "Productivity Consciousness in Europe," Des Moines Register, December 28, 1952
FS7-169 News article. "Humphrey, Folsom Map Plan for Overhauling Treasury," Rochester Times-Union, January 30, 1952
FS7-170 News article. "Humphrey's Assistants Expected to Urge Caution in Cutting Taxes," Charleston Post, January 29, 1953
FS7-171 News article. "Treasury and Budget Bureau – A New Policy" New York Herald Tribune, February 15, 1953
FS7-172 Speech given at the Dinner in Honor of the Honorable Marion B. Folsom, January 22, 1953
Box 153: Oversized Photographs
FFP-5 Ed Stettinus (Secretary of State under Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman), inscription "To Marion Folsom with kindest regards", n..d.
FFP-13 Richard Nixon, "To Marion Folsom with appreciation for his distinguished career of public service and with best wishes from his friend", n.d.
FFP-7 Harry S. Truman, "With best wishes to Marion B. Folsom", 1946
FFP-30 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Staff Luncheon (Secretary Folsom's 2nd Anniversary). All members of the department signed at the bottom., n.d.
FFP-9 Dwight D. Eisenhower, "To the Honorable Marion B. Folsom, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare with best wishes and warm regard from his friend", n.d.
FFP-11 Dwight D. Eisenhower and Mamie Doud Eisenhower, "with best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season", n.d.
FFP-2 Graduation Photograph (Georgia? Harvard?). Marion Folsom can be seen 6th from the left in the second row., n.d.
MFP-14 Marion Folsom posing in an office with flower arrangements on both sides of him, n.d.
MFP-22 Marion Folsom with wife Mary, daughter Florence, son Marion Bayard, and George M. Humphrey, n.d.
MFP-260 Picture of the large silver tray autographed by CED Board Members, January 22, 1953
MFP-46 Herold C. Hunt (Under Secretary of HEW), "To Marion B. Folsom: in deed appreciation of the happy privilege of our . . .and friendship", n.d.
MFP-47 Herbert Brownell Jr. (served as the 65th Attorney General of the U.S) "To Marion B. Folsom: in deed appreciation of the happy privilege of our . . .and friendship", n.d.
MFP-48 William Rogers (Attorney General 1957-1961; Secretary of State 1969-1973), "To Marion B. Folsom a most distinguished, respected, and successfully public servant; and good friend", n.d.
MFP-49 Dwight D. Eisenhower (color photograph), n.d.
MFP-52 Mr. Neil H. McElroy, "To Marion Folsom whom I'll greatly miss in Washington. Our association here during the White House Conference on Education and later as fellow cabinet members has been a wonderful experience for me. Our very best wishes.", January 20, 1958
MFP-76 Postmaster General (left), unidentified men holding stamps (center), and Marion Folsom on the right., January 15, 1957
MFP-45 John W. Snyder (Secretary of Treasury under President Truman), "To Marion Folsom with Warm regards and high esteem", n.d.
MFP-43 Arthur E. Summerfield (Postmaster General), "For Honorable Marion B. Folsom an able and dedicated American with my sincere best wishes", n.d.
MFP-255 Industrial Materials Division: Advisory Commission to Council of National Defense, July 24, 1940
MFP-26 Richard Nixon (charcoal portrait with presidential seal on bottom of mat), "Best wishes", n.d.
MFP-267 Unidentified group photographed in Washington D.C., n.d.
MFP-13 Large portrait of Marion Folsom smiling
MFP-4 Large photograph of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, sitting in an open car with an unidentified man.
FFP-12 Dwight D. Eisenhower, Marion B. Folsom, and Richard Nixon, "For Marion B. Folsom with warm regard of his devoted friend."
Box 154: Political Cartoons, Newspapers, and Department Seal
Folder 1. Political Cartoon, Washington Star, "Putting the Apple on the Proper Desk," signed by Crockett, January 2, 1958
Folder 2. Political Cartoon, "Well Marion, Here We Are," by Baldy
Folder 3. Newspaper, Rochester Times-Union, "Folsom Named to Cabinet After Mrs. Hobby Resigns," July 13, 1955
Folder 4. Newspaper, Democrat and Chronicle, "Folsom Joins Cabinet Aug. 1, Backs Voluntary Health Plans; Said Against Vaccine Curbs," July 14, 1955
Folder 5. Seal of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare from Marion Folsom's office
Box 155: Oversized Awards and Photographs
MFP-266 Color photograph of 16 unidentified men and Marion Folsom posed behind a small table, n.d.
FFP-6 Conference international du Travail: Salle de la Conference, Small inscription. "C.Eol. Boesch", June 1936
MFP-77 Eastman Kodak Company Board of Directors, 1959
MFP- 257 The Golden Anniversary Ceremonial Dinner of the School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance New York University at the Waldorf-Astoria, April 11, 1950
FB6-PA24 New York State, Appointment as a Member of the Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council, November 28, 1941
FB6-PA21 New York State, Appointment as a Member of the Unemployment Insurance State Advisory Council, May 24, 1935
FB6-PA42 Nomination for appointment of Under-Secretary of the Treasury, January 27, 1953
FB6-PA43 Color Photograph of Marion B. Folsom and other portraits of former Under Secretaries of the United States Treasury Department, Appointment of Under-Secretary of the Treasury Department, January 28, 1953
FB6-PA33 Joint Council on Economic Education Citation
Scope and Content: Also enclosed also is a letter sent to Marion Folsom on December 3, 1969 from M.L. Frankel (President)
FB6-PA48 Large Photograph of Dwight D. Eisenhower with his Cabinet Members, all signed, n.d.
FB6-PA45 Nomination for appointment of Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, August 1, 1955


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