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Boxes 1-4

Letters (drafts, holograph and carbon copies) written by Ritter, 1879-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically. Relate to his career as professor of zoology at the University of California, to the establishment of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla, to the dissemination of scientific news via Science Service, to his interest in woodpeckers, his views on evolution and the teaching of it in public schools, etc.
Box 1

1879-1917

Box 2

1918-1923

Box 3

1924-1936

Box 4

1937-1944

Boxes 5-23

Letters written to Ritter.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization, then chronologically within each folder. Included are letters from other scientists and educators, relating to work in zoology and marine biology, to the founding and funding of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and of Science Service. A partial list of major correspondents may be consulted at the end of the report. Unlisted letters have been placed in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet.
Box 5

A-B Miscellany

Box 6

B

Box 7

C-Cg

Box 8

Ch-Dav

Box 9

Daw-Fis

Box 10

Fit-G

Box 11

H-Hoo

Box 12

Hop-J

Box 13

K

Box 14

L-Mah

Box 15

Mai-Mz

Box 16

N-O

Box 17

P

Box 18

Q-Sch

Box 19

Sci-Smh

Box 20

Smi-Sz

Box 21

T-U

Box 22

V-Wilc

Box 23

Wild-Z

Box 24

Correspondence and papers of Mary (Bennett) Ritter.

Scope and Content Note

Include two letters written by her, 1902-1939; some letters written to her (listed in the partial list of correspondents); accounts for surgical instruments purchased in Germany in 1895; attendance records for classes in hygiene taught by Mrs. Ritter at the University of California in Berkeley in 1902; two pocket diaries, 1885, containing medical notes and accounts; four notebooks with class notes on evolution, newts, European history and French, 1902-1909; and miscellaneous papers, including a holograph mansucript of her observations of sea life along the California coast.
Box 25

Correspondence and papers of Edna (Watson) Bailey.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly relating to her work as literary executor after Ritter's death, and to the posthumous publication of Ritter's Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule. Include a folder of letters written by Mrs. Bailey, 1944-1956; letters written to her (listed in the partial list of correspondents); acknowledgments of receipt of publications by Ritter; requests for copies of the Darwin book; mailing lists; miscellaneous papers, including drafts of some of her manuscripts.
carton Ctns. 1-8

Writings by Ritter.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscripts (holograph and typescripts) and/or reprints or tearsheets, filed alphabetically by title, except for the California Woodpecker and I, in Carton 8.
Ctn. 1

Acorn-storing by the California Woodpecker

 

Activities of the California Woodpecker

 

Adaptation and the Lack of it in Acorn Storing by the California Woodpecker

 

Analysis, Synthesis and the Use of Greek Words in Natural Knowledge

 

As To Dreams

 

As To the Causes of Evolution

Scope and Content Note

Reprint, revised
 

The Australian Meeting of the Pan-Pacific Science Congress

 

Australia's Maritime Wonderland, The Great Barrier Reef

 

Autocracy, Democracy, and Heredity Again

 

“Back to Nature,” Scientifically as Well As Emotionally: The Case for More Field Work ...

 

[Balanoglossus] Lecture?

Scope and Content Note

Plates incl.
 

Balanoglossus As One of the Generalized Types in Biology

Scope and Content Note

With drawings for plates.
See also One New Balanoglossus ...
 

The Biological and Physical Oceanography of the Eastern Pacific Ocean

 

The Biological Laboratories of the Pacific Coast

 

Biology and Modern Commercialism

 

Biology and Teleology

 

Biology and the Business of Living

Scope and Content Note

Outline and Preface
See also:

The Conception of Biological Integrity; Feeling in the Interpretation of Nature; Intellect in the Interpretation of Nature
 

Biology and the Golden Rule

 

Biology Greater Than Evolution

Scope and Content Note

2 variants, Ch. VII in Biology and the Business of Living
 

Biology in the University

 

[Biology of the Sea]

Scope and Content Note

Outlines
 

[Biology of the Sea]

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript fragments
 

[Biology of the Sea]

Scope and Content Note

Notes
 

Biology, Philosophy and Human Welfare

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

A Business Man: Appraisement of Biology

 

Calvin Olin Esterly

 

Can Civilization Survive Another World War? How?

 

Causes of Evolution

Scope and Content Note

Used in part in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule
 

[Short Papers on Charles Darwin]

Scope and Content Note

Used in part in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule
 

Notes for Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

(Edna Watson Bailey)
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Notes, outlines, etc.
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Prologue
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 2
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 3
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 11
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 12
 

Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Physical Description: 2 folders

Scope and Content Note

Epilogue
Ctn. 2

Charles Darwin and Natural Humanism, 1932

Scope and Content Note

Revised typescript
 

Charles Darwin and the Problems of Morals

Scope and Content Note

Address before the Laymen's League, Feb. 1, 1935
 

The Children: Community As I Conceive It

Scope and Content Note

Address, Women's Faculty Club, Mar. 26, 1935. Used in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule
 

The Common Ground of Three Domains of Knowledge ...

 

Common Grounds of All the Sciences

Scope and Content Note

Typescript. Original and carbon.
 

Companionship with Nature

 

The Conception of Biological Integrity

Scope and Content Note

Ch. II in Biology and the Business of Living
 

Concerning the Ancestry of Vertebrates

 

Concerning the Relation Between Quantity and Quality

 

A Conference on the Work of the Scripps Institution

 

Correlation of the Field with the Laboratory Researches in Marine Biology

 

[Critique of Mutation Theory]

 

The Culture Value of Science

 

Dante's Problem of Love

 

[Darwin] - Fragments

 

[Charles Darwin] 1909

Scope and Content Note

Speech on Centennial of birth
 

Darwin and the Golden Rule

 

Darwin's Probable Place in Future Biology

 

The Deeper Meaning of "The Man Above the Dollar!"

 

The Dependency of Field and Laboratory Research on Each Other in Biology

 

A Discourse on the Scientific Basis of President Wilson's Address...

 

Dr. Fred Baker

 

The Duties To the Public of Research Institutions in Pure Science

 

Ellis L. Michael and His Scientific Work

 

The Emotions in Man and Animals

 

[Enteropneusts]

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

[Evolution]

 

[Evolution]

Physical Description: (2 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Fragments
 

Evolution and Knowledge

 

The Evolution Theory

Physical Description: (2 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Used in part in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule, typescript
 

An Example of the New Problems for Native Animals Produced by the Coming of the White Man

 

An Experience of General Anesthesia

Ctn. 3

Feeling in the Interpretation of Nature

 

A Few Words About Nature

 

For the Conference of Scientists and Newspaper Men to Be Held Dec. 13, 1938

 

Further Observations on the Activities of the California Woodpecker

 

A General Statement of the Ideas and the Present Aims ... of the Marine Biological Association of San Diego

 

The Golden Rule As the Common Ground of Science and Religion

 

The Higher Usefulness of Science

 

How Is It Theoretically Possible for the "Redfield Doctrine" of Improvement To Be True?

 

How the Investigator's Mind Works

 

Human Nature and the New Deal

 

Human Personality and Biochemistry

 

The Hypothesis of "Presence and Absence" in Mendelian Inheritance

 

The Imperfect Greatness of Darwin's Work

Scope and Content Note

Address, U.C., Feb. 8, 1932
 

In Memory of Samuel Miller Augustine

 

Individual and Person

 

The Individual in Education

 

The Initial Assumption of Darwinism

 

Integration As the Keynote of a Reformation of Evolutional Philosophy

 

Intellect in the Interpretation of Nature

Scope and Content Note

Ch. IV of Biology and the Business of Living
 

Is Life Quantity?

 

Is Man a Rational Animal?

 

"Is the Poor Bird Demented?" Another Case of "Shadow Boxing"

Scope and Content Note

With collaboration of Seth B. Benson
 

John Muir Centenary

 

Joseph Grinnell

 

[Joseph LeConte]

Scope and Content Note

2 variants
 

Joseph LeConte As Man and Man of Science

 

Know Thyself

Physical Description: [Fragments, 1943]
 

“Know Thyself,” Interpreted by Socrates, Shakespeare, Wm. Harvey, and Modern Men

 

Liberal Religion Institutionalized As a Church - Talk to Unitarians

 

Life

 

Life from the Biologist's Standpoint

 

Logic In Our Common Knowledge or Logic in the Light of Common Sense ...

Scope and Content Note

With notes
 

Man and Nature

Scope and Content Note

Outline
 

The Man, E. W. Scripps

 

Man's Place in the Universe

 

The Marine Biological Station of San Diego

 

Marine Biology

 

Mechanical Ideas in the Last Hundred Years of Biology

 

Memorandum on Developing the Natural History Museum of San Diego

 

The Mexican Problem

 

Mistakes of Animals Important in Evolution

 

Morals and Darwin Again

 

The Move to Prevent the Teaching of Evolution in the Public Schools of California

 

Multiplication of Rays and Bilateral Symmetry in the 20-Rayed Star-Fish...

Scope and Content Note

With Gulielma R. Crocker
 

Mutually Interpretative Relation Between Human and Avian Natural History

 

My Confession of Faith

Scope and Content Note

Used in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule (2 variants)
 

The Name, "Scripps Institution of Oceanography"

 

The Natural and the Theological Interpretations of "Human Nature"

 

Natural History and "Accepting the Universe"

Ctn. 4

The Natural History of Human Conduct: Outlines

 

The Natural History of Human Conduct

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Introduction

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 1

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 3

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt . 4:1

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 4:4

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt 4:5

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 4:7

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 4:7c

Physical Description: (4 folders)
 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 4:b

 

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct, Pt. 5:b-6

Ctn. 5

The Natural Philosophy of Our Voluntary Conduct

Physical Description: (3 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Fragments
 

The "Natural Rights" of Animals

 

Natural versus Supernatural

 

A Naturalist Looks at Labor

 

The Naturalist Studies the Mystic

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

Nature from the Standpoint of Science, Philosophy and Religion

Scope and Content Note

Outlines
 

Nature - What Is It?

 

The Need of a New English Word to Express Relation in Living Nature

 

The Nutritial Activities of the California Woodpecker

 

The Ocean and Its Life

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

On a New Balanoglossus Larva from the Coast of California ...

Scope and Content Note

With drawings/or plates
See also Balanoglossus ..
 

On the Mode of Multiplication of Arms in the Multibrachiate Star-fish...

 

On the Nature of Heredity and Acquired Characters ...

 

On the Reproductive Habits and Development of the California Land Salamander, Autodax

 

On the Weight of Developing Eggs: The Possible Significance of Such Investigations

 

Organismal Biological Integrity ...

Scope and Content Note

Introduction, original draft
 

The Organismal Conception and Epistemology

 

The Organismal Conception: Its Place in Science

Scope and Content Note

In collaboration with Edna W. Bailey
 

The Organismal Conception and Knowledge, Pt. III, ch. 17

 

The Organismal Conception and Epistemology, [ch. 17?]

 

The Organismal Conception and Epistemology, ch. 18

 

The Organismal Conception and Knowledge, Pt. III, ch. 17-18

 

The Origin and Nature of the Suggestion Concerning the ...Exploration of the North Pacific

 

Parents, Children, Family, Community

Scope and Content Note

Address to Children's Community, also used in chapt. 10 of Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule
 

Patten on the Origin of Vertebrates and the General Question of the Value of Speculations on the Phylogeny of Organic Beings

 

The Pelagic Tunicata

 

Personal Health

 

Personality and Science

Scope and Content Note

Written for Science Service
 

A Phase of Darwinism That Has an Ethical Significance

 

Philosophical Brutism from the Standpoint of Zoology

 

The Place of Description, Definition and Classification in Philosophical Biology

 

A Plea for Openmindedness Toward Nature

 

A Plea for Popular Zoology

 

A Point in the Relation Between Charles Darwin and Thomas Huxley

Scope and Content Note

Abstract
 

Population and Territory

 

The Probabilities of Good and the Possibilities of Harm in Eugenics

Scope and Content Note

originally entitled The Promise and the Menace in Eugenics
 

The Problem of Human Wholeness

Physical Description: (3 folders)
Ctn. 6

The Problem of Human Wholeness

Physical Description: (5 folders)
 

The Problem of Human Wholeness

Physical Description: (3 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Fragments
 

The Problem of Names ...

Scope and Content Note

With Edna W. Bailey
 

The Problem of the Pacific

 

Problems of Population and Race with Special Reference to the Pacific Area

 

Professor LeConte as Seen Through His Biological Work

 

Progress: Its Law and Cause

 

The Rattling of Rattle Snakes

 

Reason, Emotion, Morals and Religion in the Darwinian Theory of Evolution

 

The Relation of E. W. Scripps to Science

 

Religion and Nature

Scope and Content Note

Used in Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule
 

The Religion of a Naturalist

 

The Resources of the North Pacific Ocean: Their Extent, Utilization and Conservation

 

Retrogressive Processes in Organic Evolution

 

Science and an Organized Civilization

 

Science and Democracy

 

Science and Philosophy

 

Science and Philosophy Again

 

Science and the Newspapers

 

Science For the Millions

 

Science in the Newspapers

 

Science in the Service of the Nation

 

Science Service as One Expression of E. W. Scripp's Philosophy of Life

 

Scientific Conception of an Infinite Universe

Scope and Content Note

Ch. IX of Biology and the Business of Living
 

Scientific Idealism

 

The Scientific Method of Reaching Truth

 

Scripps Institution for Biological Research

 

Sense Perception in the Interpretation of Nature

 

Some Facts and Reflections Drawn From a Study of Budding in Compound Ascidians, 1895

 

The Spirit of Lincoln and the Spirit of Science

 

Superfluous Printed Matter in Science

 

The Times and the Work of Wm. Harvey

 

This Illimitable Universe of Ours!

 

To What Extent Can Science Be Applied to Human Relationships?

 

Toward A Better Theory of Life

 

A Twenty-Minute Profession of Religion by an Evolutional Naturalist

 

Unity of the Organic Species, 1918

 

Unity of the Organism

Physical Description: (3 folders)
Ctn. 7

The University, Its Graduates and the State

 

An Unnoticed Value of the Chromosome Hypothesis of Heredity

 

An Untitled Field For a Revised Kind of Research in Zoology

 

The Use of the Tow-Net for Collecting Pelagic Organisms

 

The Usefulness and the Peril of the Laboratory Method in Biology

 

Value of Zoology to Philosophy

 

War, Science, and Civilization

 

What Charles Darwin Did and What He Left Undone

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

What Is Actually Known About the Causes of Evolution

 

What Is at Stake in the Effort to Prevent People from Studying Evolution?

 

What Is Civilization?

 

What's in the Name, Berkeley?

 

When and How Does Education in the Natural Science Begin?

 

Why Aristotle Invented the Word Entelecheia

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

Woodpeckers, Oak Trees and Men in California

 

Woodrow Wilson: An Estimate By His Contemporaries

Physical Description: (4 folders)
 

The Word Integration and a Few Remarks on the Paleontology of Words

 

The Workableness of Natural Religion

 

The Workings of a Mind-and-Body in a Life-and-Death Emergency

 

The World versus Matter

 

Untitled manuscript, 1905

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

Untitled manuscript, ca. 1906?

 

Untitled manuscripts

 

Untitled manuscript re the whole man, religion & science

 

Fragments of manuscripts on religion and mysticism

 

Manuscripts - Fragments

 

Book reviews by Ritter

 

Letters to the editor and other newspaper articles

 

Poems

Ctn. 8

The California Woodpecker and I

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript; field notes and notes; log of woodpecker field trips kept by Mary (Bennett) Ritter; bibliography; clippings; questionnaires; miscellaneous letters re woodpeckers; reviews of the book; royalty statements; photographs; drawings
Ctn. 9

Field notes, 1889-1892 and 1889-1896

Physical Description: (2 v.)
 

Notes on British Association meeting, 1894

 

Diaries (17 v.) for the following years:

Scope and Content Note

1883 (notes and accounts); 1885 (California); 1894 (Europe); 1894-1895 (Europe); 1899 (2 v., re Harriman Expedition; summer 1901 (San Pedro); 1901-1903 (San Pedro, San Diego); 1902 (Southern California, Scripps); 1903 (Yosemite); 1906 (The Orient); 1904-1912; 1915-1919 (Scripps); 1920-1924; 1940; 1941
 

Accounts:

 

San Diego Laboratory, 1903

 

Marine Biological Association, 1907-1912

 

Date books

Physical Description: (16 v.)

Scope and Content Note

1922-1923, 1926-1931, 1933-1940
 

School papers, 1883-1889

 

Miscellaneous relating to Oshkosh State Normal School, 1881-1903

 

Notes:

 

Biology

 

Botany and zoology, 1885-1887

Physical Description: (4 v.)
 

Botany, 1890-1891

Physical Description: (2 v.)
 

Chemistry, 1888

 

Physics, n.d.

Physical Description: (2 v.)
 

Geology, 1886-1887

Physical Description: (2 v.)
 

Zoology, 1886-1903

Physical Description: (5 v.)
 

Drawings:

 

Third year drawings

 

Drawings for lab courses, 1891 and n.d.

 

Notes and photographs - Autodax Lugubris

 

Notes and drawings - Blind fish

Ctn. 10

Notes and drawings

 

Hydroids

 

Starfish

 

Miscellaneous

 

Natural history notes, 1897-1910

Scope and Content Note

Mainly by Ritter, many re San Diego and San Pedro marine life
 

Plates - Parietal eye

 

Lecture and seminar notes

Physical Description: (13 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Zoology 19, Zoology 20 (1907/1908), Zoology Seminar (Fall, 1927, mainly on evolution and the nature of man), seminar, The Whole Man (Jan.-Feb. 1932 at the University of California), Religion and Life (1922), and religious teaching for the Bailey girls, 1924-1925
 

Outlines of talks

 

Untitled talks

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

Reviews of Ritter's books

 

Bibliography of W. E. Ritter

 

Miscellaneous biographical material

 

Personalia, including programs, menus, visiting cards, etc., 1890-1943

carton Ctns. 11-12

Subject Files

Ctn. 11

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Scope and Content Note

Certificates, press releases, etc., 1901-1922
 

American Chemical Society

Scope and Content Note

Issues of ACS news service, 1920
 

Berkeley, Calif. Children's Community Nursery School

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, announcements, etc., 1931-1935
 

Berkeley, Calif. First Unitarian Church

Scope and Content Note

Programs, announcements, reports, 1925-1944
 

Birds

 

California. University, Berkeley

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous, 1896-1941
 

California Academy of Sciences

Scope and Content Note

Announcements, etc.
 

California Farmers' Cooperative

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous publications
 

Children - Education and development

 

Commonwealth Club

Scope and Content Note

Minutes, 1932-1941 (Incomplete file)
 

Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion

Scope and Content Note

Notes, announcements, press releases, 1940-1943
 

Conferences

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous notes on various conferences
 

Far East Commercial Intelligence Service

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous bulletins, etc., 1919-1920
 

Fish

 

Foreign Press Service

Scope and Content Note

Press releases, etc.
 

Harriman Alaska Expedition, 1899

 

Harvard Natural History Society

Scope and Content Note

Speech by Ritter, certificate of membership, etc.
 

Huxley Memorial

Scope and Content Note

Requests and reports, 1895-1898
 

International Congress of the History of Science and Technology, 2d, 1931

Physical Description: (2 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Papers, programs, etc.
 

International School of Peace

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous publications
 

Inter-professional Conference

Scope and Content Note

Papers, bulletins, 1919-1920
 

Japanese Association of America

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous publications
 

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

Scope and Content Note

Announcements, 1927-1928
 

LeConte, Joseph

Scope and Content Note

Lecture notes, death announcement, galley of obituary
 

Mailing lists

 

National Research Council

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, 1924-1933, many signed by Albert L. Barrows, and reports, 1927
 

Northern California Indian Association

 

Religion

 

Reptile Study Society

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous brochures
 

Ritter family

Scope and Content Note

Genealogical material
 

St. Louis, Mo. Church of the Unity

Scope and Content Note

Announcements, 1925
Ctn. 12

Science Service

Scope and Content Note

Publications, including incomplete files of Daily Science News Bulletin, Science News Letter, Science News of the Week; press releases; clippings by or re Science Service; addresses and talks; agenda; certificate of incorporation and by-laws; client lists; miscellaneous papers of the Documentation Division; financial statements; information memoranda; lists of members; memoranda; minutes; prospectus and promotional material; reports; resolutions; suggestions and proposals; and miscellaneous materials concerning the early history of the organization
 

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous notes and reports
 

Sigma Xi

Scope and Content Note

By-laws, announcements, etc.
 

Slosson, Edwin Emery

Scope and Content Note

Memorials
 

Society to Eliminate Economic Causes of War

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous publications
 

Symposium on the Oriental-Occidental Problem, 1920

Scope and Content Note

Lectures, clippings, accounts
 

Western Society of Naturalists

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous programs and announcements
 

Ritter's personal card catalog of his writings

Physical Description: (card file box)
 

Bibliography of Charles Darwin and the Golden Rule

Physical Description: (card file box)
carton Ctns. 13-16

Notes by Ritter, filed alphabetically by subject

Ctn. 13

A Miscellany

 

Abelard, P.

 

Absolute

 

Action

 

Adaptation

 

Addams, Jane

 

Adolescence

 

Aesthetics

 

Affinity

 

Age

 

Agnosticism

 

Agriculture

 

Alchemy

 

Alive

 

Altruism

 

Americans

 

Amoeba

 

Analysis

 

Anarchism

 

Anatomy

 

Ancestor-worship

 

Andamanese

 

Animal

 

Animism

 

Anthropocentric

 

Anthropology

 

Anthropomorphism

 

Aquinas, Thomas

 

Aristocracy

 

Art

 

Ascidians

 

Asexuality

 

Association

 

Astrology

 

Astronomy

 

Atavism

 

Atoms

 

Attention

 

Attitude

 

Attributes

 

Australia

 

Authority

 

Axioms

 

Aristotle

 

B Miscellany

 

Bacteria

 

Banyan tree

 

Barter

 

Beauty

 

Behavior

 

Belief

 

Bergson, Henri

 

Berkeley, George

 

Bertalauffy, Ludwig von

 

Bible

 

Bibliography

 

Biography

 

Biology

 

Biometry

 

Biophon

 

Birds

 

Birth Control

 

Blood

 

Body

 

Bonaparte

 

Bonellia

 

Botany

 

Botryloides

 

Bowen, Louise de Koven

 

Brain

 

Breathing

 

Breeding

 

Brooks, Van Wyck

 

Brotherhood

 

Browning, Robert

 

Bruno, Giordano

 

Bryozoa

 

Buds

 

Buddhism

 

Burbank, Luther

 

Bushido

 

Business

 

C Miscellany

 

Cactus

 

California

 

Calvin, John

 

Cancer

 

Candolle

 

Cannibalism

 

Capacity

 

Carnegie, Andrew

 

Carrel, Alexis

 

Carthage

 

Catalysis

 

Category

 

Causality

 

Cells

 

Centrosome

 

Cereus

 

Certainty

 

Chance

 

Chaos

 

Character

 

Chemistry

 

Child

 

Children

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

China and Chinese

 

Choice

 

Christianity and Christology

 

Chromatin and Chromosomes

 

Chronaxy

 

Church

 

Cilia

 

Circulation

 

Civilization

 

Class and Classification

 

Cleavage

 

Colloids

 

Colonization

 

Color

 

Commercialism

 

Common sense

 

Concept

 

Concrete

 

Concubinage

 

Conditioning

 

Condorcet

 

Conferentiation

 

Configuration

 

Confucius and Confucianism

 

Conscience

 

Consciousness

 

Conservation

 

Continuity

 

Control

 

Coral

 

Coru

 

Correlation

 

Cosmogony

 

Cosmology

 

Creation

 

Crime and criminals

 

Criticism

 

Crossing

 

Crystals

 

Culture

 

Currents

 

Custom

 

Cytoplasm

 

D Miscellany

 

Darwin, Charles

 

Dalton, John

 

Dance

 

Dante

 

Death

 

Decay

 

Definition

 

Degeneracy

 

Deity

 

Democracy

 

Descartes, René

 

Descent

 

Description

 

Desire

 

Deterioration

 

Determinants

 

Determinism

 

Development

 

Differentiation

 

Ding an Sich

 

Discovery

 

Disease

 

Distribution

 

Distrust

 

Divorce

 

Doctrine

 

Dogmatism

 

Dominance

 

Drama

 

Dreams

 

Drive

 

Dualism

 

Dynamic

Ctn. 14

E Miscellany

 

Earth

 

Echinoids

 

Ecology

 

Economics

 

Education

 

Eels

 

Eggs

 

Ego, Egoism

 

Eigenschaft

 

Electricity

 

Electron

 

Elementalism

 

Elements

 

Elimination

 

Embryo, Embryology

 

Emergence

 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

 

Emotion

 

Endocrine

 

Energy

 

Entelechy

 

Environment

 

Enzymes

 

Epicureanism

 

Epigenesis

 

Epistemology

 

Equality

 

Equilibrium

 

Essence

 

Ether

 

Ethics

 

Eucharist

 

Eugenics

 

Event

 

Evidence

 

Evil

 

Evolution

 

Excessiveness

 

Existence

 

Experience

 

Experimentation

 

Exploration

 

Externalism

 

Extinction

 

Extra-sensory perception

 

Extremism

 

Eyes

 

F Miscellany

 

Factors

 

Facts

 

Fairy

 

Faith

 

Fall of man

 

Family

 

Fancy

 

Fatalism

 

Fate

 

Fatigue

 

Fear

 

Feeding habits

 

Feeling

 

Ferns

 

Fertilization

 

Fetishism

 

Field Work

 

Finality

 

Fish and fishing

 

Fluctuations

 

Food

 

Foraminifera

 

Force

 

Forests

 

Form

 

Formative stuff

 

Freedom

 

Freud

 

Froebel

 

Function

 

G Miscellany

 

Galls

 

Gametes

 

General to special

 

Genes and genetics

 

Genius

 

Geology

 

Germans and Germany

 

Germs

 

Gestalt

 

Ghosts

 

Glands

 

God

 

Goethe

 

Golden Rule

 

Good and goodness

 

Grafts

 

Grand period

 

Gravitation

 

Greece and Greeks

 

Growth

 

H Miscellany

 

Habit

 

Hands

 

Happiness

 

Hawaiians

 

Head

 

Health

 

Hearn, Lafcadio

 

Heart

 

Hegel

 

Heredity

 

Herrick

 

Hill, A. V.

 

Hindus and Hinduism

 

History

 

Homology

 

Homotyposis

 

Hormones

 

Humanity

 

Hunger

 

Hybridization

 

Hymnology

 

Hypothesis

 

I Miscellany

 

Ideal and Idealism

 

Ideas

 

Identity

 

Idolatry

 

Imagination

 

Imitation

 

Immortality

 

Immunity

 

Imperialism

 

Impulse

 

Incest

 

Independence

 

Indians

 

Individual and Individualism

 

Induction

 

Industry

 

Infancy

 

Infinite

 

Infusoria

 

Inherency

 

Inheritance

 

Inhibition

 

Inner Life

 

Insanity

 

Instinct

Physical Description: (6 folders)
 

Integration

 

Intelligence

 

Interest

 

Intuition

 

Invention

 

Ions

 

Isolation

 

J Miscellany

 

James, William

 

Japan

 

Jefferson, Thomas

 

Jesus

 

Joachim, Harold H.

Ctn. 15

K Miscellany

 

Kant, E.

 

Karma

 

Kinetic

 

Knowledge

 

L Miscellany

 

Labor

 

Laboratory

 

Language

 

Lasciviousness

 

Law

 

Leaders, Leadership

 

Learning

 

LeBon, Gustave

 

Life

 

Light

 

Lincoln, Abraham

 

Literature

 

Localization

 

Locomotion

 

Logic

 

London, Jack

 

Love

 

M Miscellany

 

Machiavelli, Niccolo

 

Magic

 

Maladaptivity

 

Malays

 

Man

 

Mana

 

Manitou

 

Marriage

 

Mass

 

Materialism

 

Mathematics

 

Mating

 

Matter

 

Maxima

 

Measurement

 

Mechanics

 

Mechanism

 

Medicine

 

Melanesians

 

Membranes

 

Memory

 

Mendel and Mendelism

 

Mental

 

Merism

 

Metabolism

 

Metamerism

 

Metamorphosis

 

Metaphysics

 

Metaplasy

 

Methods

 

Mexico

 

Microtus

 

Migration

 

Militarism

 

Mimicry

 

Mind

 

Miracles

 

Missionary

 

Mitochondria

 

Mitosis

 

Molecules

 

Monogamy

 

Money

 

Monism

 

Montesquieu, Charles Louis

 

Montessori

 

Moral

 

Morphology

 

Mother

 

Motion

 

Motivation

 

Movement

 

Muscle

 

Music

 

Mutation

 

Mysticism

 

Mythology

 

N Miscellany

 

Name

 

National

 

National History

 

Natural Selection

 

Nature

 

Nature, natural, naturalism

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Navajo

 

Nazi

 

Necessity

 

Negativitat

 

Neglect nothing

 

Negritos

 

Nemerteans

 

Neoplasms

 

Nerve, nervous system

 

Neuro...

 

Newton, Sir Isaac

 

Nietzsche

 

Nightingale, Florence

 

Nordic

 

Normal

 

Nothing but

 

Nucleus

 

Number

 

Nutrition

 

O Miscellany

 

Oaks

 

Object

 

Obligation

 

Observation

 

Occultism

 

Ocean, oceanography

 

Odors

 

One

 

Ontology

 

Opposite

 

Optimism

 

Organ

 

Organic

 

Organism

Physical Description: (4 folders)
 

Organization

 

Origin

 

Originality

 

Orthogenesis

 

Osmosis

 

Other

 

Overproduction

 

Ovum

 

Oxygen

 

P Miscellany

 

Pacific

 

Pain

 

Pangenesis

 

Papua

 

Parabasal

 

Parallelism

 

Parapsychology

 

Parasitism

 

Parent

 

Parthogenesis

 

Partism

 

Passion

 

Patriotism

 

Perception

 

Periodicity

 

Permanence

 

Persistence

 

Person and Personality

 

Phagocytes

 

Phase Rule

 

Philippines

 

Philosophy

 

Phlogiston

 

Phosphorescent

 

Photograph

 

Phyllotaxy

 

Phylogeny

 

Physics

 

Physiology

 

Phyton

 

Pigment

 

Placenta

 

Plankton

 

Plants

 

Plato

 

Play

 

Pleasure

 

Poecilogony

 

Poetry

 

Polarity

 

Politics

 

Polydactylism

 

Polyps

 

Population

 

Positions

 

Positive

 

Postulates

 

Posture

 

Potential

 

Poverty

 

Pragmitism

 

Predestination

 

Prediction

 

Pregnancy

 

Presence

 

Probability

 

Process

 

Progress

 

Promiscuity

 

Proof

 

Properties

 

Prospectiveness

 

Prosperity

 

Protein

 

Protoplasm

 

Protozoa

Ctn. 16

Psychiatry

 

Psychic

 

Psychoanalysis

 

Psychoid

 

Psychobiology

 

Psychology

 

Psychophysical

 

Psychotherapy

 

Purelines

 

Purpose

 

Quality

 

Quantity

 

Quantuum

 

R Miscellany

 

Race

 

Radiation

 

Rationality

 

Reaction

 

Real, Reality

 

Reason

 

Recapitulation

 

Reflex

 

Regeneration

 

Religion

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

Relation

 

Relativity

 

Repetition

 

Reproduction

 

Reptiles

 

Resemblance

 

Respiration

 

Response

 

Rhythm

 

Right

 

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

 

S Miscellany

 

Sacrifice

 

Salpa

 

Same

 

Scholasticism

 

Science

 

Scripps, E. W.

 

Sea

 

Seals

 

Secretions

 

Selection

 

Self

 

Senescence

 

Sensation, Senses

 

Sex

 

Shaw, Bernard

 

Shintoism

 

Ships and Shipping

 

Sight

 

Simple

 

Sin

 

Siphonophora

 

Size

 

Skill

 

Sleep

 

Social, Socialism

 

Society

 

Sociology

 

Socrates

 

Sorcery

 

Soul

 

Soviet

 

Space

 

Species

 

Specificity

 

Spencer, Herbert

 

Spines

 

Spirit, Spiritism, Spiritual

 

Spontaneity

 

Stability

 

Standard

 

Stars

 

State

 

Static

 

Statistic

 

Stimulus

 

Storms

 

Structure

 

Struggle

 

Sub-conscious

 

Sublimation

 

Subspecies

 

Substance

 

Superman

 

Supernatural

 

Superstition

 

Surface

 

Surplus

 

Swimming

 

Symbiosis

 

Symbolism

 

Sympathy

 

System

 

T Miscellany

 

Taboo

 

Taoism

 

Taxes

 

Taxonomy

 

Teeth

 

Teleology

 

Telepathy

 

Temperature

 

Teratology

 

Terms

 

Territory

 

Theism

 

Theology

 

Theory

 

Thermodynamics

 

Thinking, Thoughts

 

Thyroid

 

Time

 

Tolstoy

 

Tonoplasts

 

Total, Totality

 

Totemism

 

Touch

 

Training

 

Traits

 

Transcendentalism

 

Trees

 

Trial and error

 

Tropisms

 

Truth

 

Turgor

 

Type

 

U Miscellany

 

Ultimate

 

Ultraviolet

 

Unconscious

 

Understanding

 

Unit characters

 

Unit growth

 

Unit structure

 

Unit systems

 

Units

 

Unity

 

Universal

 

Universe

 

Utilitarianism, Utility

 

V Miscellany

 

Value

 

Variation

 

Variety

 

Verification

 

Vertebrate

 

Vicarious

 

Vinci, Leonardo da

 

Vision

 

Vitalism

 

Vitamin

 

W Miscellany

 

War

 

Waste

 

Wave

 

Wealth

 

Welfare

 

Whales

 

Whitehead, Alfred North

 

Whitman, Walt

 

Whole

 

Will

 

Wilson, Woodrow

 

Woman

 

Woodger, J. H.

 

Word

 

World

 

Writing

 

Zoology

 

Misc

carton Ctns. 17-21

Clippings, filed alphabetically by subject

Ctn. 17

A Miscellany

 

Academic

 

Adaptation

 

Adventure

 

Agassiz (schooner?)

 

Age

 

Agriculture

 

Airplanes

 

Alchemy

 

Altruism

 

American, Americana

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science

 

Analysis

 

Animal

 

Anthropology

 

Ants

 

Apes

 

Aquarium

 

Aristocratic

 

Aristotle

 

Art

 

Astrology

 

Astronomy

 

Atoms

 

B Miscellany

 

Beard, Charles A.

 

Beauty

 

Behavior

 

Belief

 

Bergson, Henri

 

Bible

 

Bibliography

 

Biography

 

Biology

 

Bird

 

Birth Control

 

Body

 

Books

 

Brain

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Brotherhood

 

Burbank, Luther

 

Business

 

Butler, Samuel

 

C Miscellany

 

California

 

California. University

 

Cancer

 

Capacity

 

Capitalism

 

Carrel, Alexis

 

Cause, Causality

 

Cell

 

Character

 

Chase, Stuart

 

Chemistry

 

Chemurgy

 

Children

Physical Description: (3 folders)
 

China

 

Christian Science

 

Christianity

 

Chromosomes

 

Church

 

Civilization

 

Color

 

Commercialism

 

Common Sense

 

Communism

 

Conditioned Relfexes

 

Conscience

 

Conservation

 

Control

 

Cosmic, Cosmogony

 

Courtesy

 

Crime

 

Crystals

 

Culture

 

Cytology

 

D Miscellany

 

Darwin, Darwinism

 

Death

 

Decay of Population

 

Democracy

 

Descartes, René

 

Dictator

 

Divorce

 

Drama

 

Dreams

 

Dualism

Ctn. 18

E Miscellany

 

Earth

 

Easter

 

Ecology

 

Economics

 

Education

 

Einstein, Albert

 

Either/or

 

Electricity

 

Eliot, T. S.

 

Ellis, Havelock

 

Embryo, Embryology

 

Emerson, RalphWaldo

 

Emotion

 

Endocrinology

 

Energy

 

Environment

 

Epicureanism

 

Epistemology

 

Ether, Ethereal

 

Ethics

 

Eugenics

 

Evolution

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Excessiveness

 

Exposition

 

Extremism

 

F Miscellany

 

Faith

 

Family

 

Farms, Farmers

 

Fate

 

Fear

 

Fertilization

 

Fish

 

Force

 

Forel, Auguste

 

Franklin, Benjamin

 

Freedom

 

Fruit Flies

 

G Miscellany

 

Gambling

 

Gandhi

 

Gene, Genetic

 

General

 

Genius

 

Geography

 

Germ

 

Germany

 

Giving

 

Gland

 

God

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Golden Rule

 

Good, Goodwill

 

Government

 

Gradients

 

Growth

 

Grinnell, Joseph

 

H Miscellany

 

Hamilton, Alexander

 

Hand

 

Happiness

 

Harriman

 

Head

 

Heart

 

Heredity

 

Hinduism

 

Hingham, Mass.

 

History

 

Holmes, Samuel Jackson

 

Hormones

 

Human

 

Humor

 

Huxley, Aldous

 

Huxley, Julian

 

Huxley, ThomasHenry

 

I Miscellany

 

Idea, Ideal

 

Imagination

 

Immortality

 

India

 

Indian (American)

 

Individual, Individuality, Individualism

 

Industry

 

Infinity

 

Inherency

 

Insanity

 

Instinct

 

Intelligence

 

Invention

 

Italy

 

James, William

 

Japan

 

Jastrow, James

 

Jefferson, Thomas

 

Jesus

 

Kelly, Fred C.

 

Knowledge

 

L Miscellany

 

Labor

 

Land

 

Language

 

Law

 

Leisure

 

Lerner, Max

 

Life

 

Light

 

Lincoln, Abraham

 

Lippman, Walter

 

Literature

 

Logic

 

Love

Ctn. 19

M Miscellany

 

Machine

 

Magic

 

Man

 

Marriage

 

Marx, Karl Heinrich-Marxism

 

Materialism

 

Mathematics

 

Measurement

 

Mechanism

 

Medicine

 

Meditation

 

Membranes

 

Menuhin, Yehudi

 

Merism

 

Metamorphosis

 

Metaphysics

 

Meteors, Meteorites

 

Mexico

 

Militarism

 

Millay, Edna St. Vincent

 

Mimicry

 

Mind

 

Miracle

 

Missionaries

 

Money

 

Montessori

 

Morality, Morals

 

Mother

 

Muir, John

 

Muscles

 

Music

 

Mystery

 

Mystic, Mysticism

 

Mythology

 

N Miscellany

 

Names

 

Natural, Naturalism, Nature

 

Negroes

 

Nervous System

 

Newspapers

 

Nietzsche

 

O Miscellany

 

Observation

 

Occultism

 

Ocean, Oceanography

 

Oil

 

Organism, Organismal, Organization

 

Origin

 

Oxygen

 

P Miscellany

 

Pacific

 

Pagan

 

Paleontology

 

Palestine

 

Pauspermy

 

Parks

 

Particles

 

Peace

 

Person, Personality

 

Philosophy

 

Philosophy Club, Santa Ana

 

Photosynthesis

 

Physics

 

Plato, Platonism

 

Play

 

Pleasure

 

Poetry

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Politics

 

Population

 

Potentiality

 

Practical

 

Prediction

 

Press

 

Profit

 

Progress

 

Propaganda

 

Property

 

Prosperity

 

Protoplasm

 

Psychic

 

Psychoanalysis

 

Psychology

 

Psychotherapy

 

Purpose

 

Quality

 

Quantum

 

R Miscellany

 

Race

 

Radio-activity

 

Railroads

 

Rationality

 

Real, Realism, Reality

 

Reason

 

Religion

Physical Description: (5 folders)
 

Research

 

Resorption

 

Respiration

Ctn. 20

Ritter, William E.

 

Robins

 

Roosevelt, Theodore

 

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

 

Royce, Josiah

 

Rural

 

Russell, Bertrand

 

Russia

 

S Miscellany

 

Safety

 

San Francisco

 

San Pedro, Calif.

 

Santayana, George

 

Science

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Scripps, E. W.

 

Scripps, Ellen

 

Scripps, Robert P.

 

Scripps Institution

 

Secretions

 

Selection

 

Self

 

Sex

 

Shakespeare

 

Shaw, Bernard

 

Size

 

Skin

 

Slavery

 

Slosson, Edward Emery

 

Social

 

Socialism

 

Sociology

 

Soils

 

Soul

 

Space

 

Specialization

 

Species

 

Specificity

 

Speed

 

Spirit

 

Star

 

Starfish

 

Stead, Christina

 

Stimulus

 

Struggle

 

Subconscious

 

Substance

 

Suicide

 

Supernatural

 

Superstitions

 

Surface Phenomena

 

Symbols

 

T Miscellany

 

Taft

 

Taxation

 

Technocracy

 

Theology

 

Theosophy

 

Time

 

Titanic

 

Trusts

 

Truth

 

U Miscellany

 

Unemployment

 

Unity

 

Universe

 

University

 

Urbanism

 

Utilitarianism

 

V Miscellany

 

Virtue

 

Vitamin

 

Vivisection

 

W Miscellany

 

War

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Wealth

 

Weather

 

Welfare

 

Whitehead, Alfred North

 

Whole

 

Wieman, Henry Nelson

 

Wilderness

 

Will

 

Wilson, Woodrow

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

Women

 

Woodger, J. H.

 

Words

 

Wordsworth, William

 

Yutang, Lin

 

Zoology

 

Unclassified

Ctn. 21

Unsorted clippings

Physical Description: (6 packages)
Ctn. 22

Photographs

 

Pictures

 

Australian caves

 

Beavers

 

Hawaii and the Philippines

 

La Jolla

 

Miramar Ranch, ca. 1907-1908

 

The Orient

 

San Jacinto-Miramar

 

Miscellaneous

 

Portraits

 

Ritter family portraits

 

Classmates at Oshkosh

 

Unidentified

carton Ctns. 23-30

Printed books, annotated by Ritter

Scope and Content Note

Unarranged. Many relate to philosophy, religion, evolution and science.
carton Ctns. 31-33

Writings (Manuscripts and reprints) not by Ritter

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by author. Some annotated by Ritter.
Ctn. 31

Abramowitz, A. A.

 

Adams, Charles Christopher

 

Adams, George P.

 

Alexander, Jerome

 

Allee, Warder Clyde

 

Allen, Charles E.

 

Allen, Winfred Emory

 

Anderson, Edgar

 

Austin, Lloyd

 

Babcock, Ernest Brown

 

Bertalanffy, Ludwig von

 

Bigglestone, Harry C.

 

Blackwelder, Eliot

 

Blakeslee, Albert F.

 

Bloom, William

 

Bogert, Charles M.

 

Boyd, Neva L.

 

Bradley, Cornelius Beach

 

Bray, Archie W.

 

Brooks, S. C.

 

Broun, Maurice

 

Brown, Elmer E.

 

Brown, F. A.

 

Bukharin, N.

 

Bullington, W. E.

 

Burks, Barbara S.

 

Burrow, Trigant

 

Butler, Nicholas Murray

 

Chambers, Robert

 

Child, Charles Manning

 

Cockerell, Theodore Dru Allison

 

Coe, Wesley Roswell

 

Colman, E.

 

Conger, Paul S.

 

Conklin, Edwin Grant

 

Cooley, Charles Horton

 

Correia de Matos, Ed

 

Cort, William Walter

 

Cotterman, C. W.

 

Cowdry, Edmund Vincent

 

Craig, Wallace

 

Curtis, Winterton Conway

 

Davenport, Charles Benedict

 

Davis, Charles C.

 

Davis, Katharine Bement

 

Dean, Bashford

 

Dewey, John

 

Doudoroff, Peter

 

Dummer, Ethel (Sturges)

 

East, Edward Murray

 

Eastwood, Alice

 

Edmonds, Richard H.

 

Emerson, Alfred E.

 

Evermann, Barton Warren

 

Fisher, Katharine Dummer

 

Fite, Warner

 

Fleming, Richard H.

 

Flexner, Abraham

 

Fligelman, Frieda

 

Fosdick, Harry Emerson

 

Fox, Denis Llewellyn

 

Galtsoff, Paul S.

 

Gesell, Arnold

 

Giddings, Franklin Henry

 

Glaser, Otto C.

 

Goldthwait, Joel Ernest

 

Goodrich, H. B.

 

Gordon, Robert Dean

 

Gortner, Ross Aiken

 

Gorton, Arthur F.

 

Grant, U. S., IV

 

Gregory, William K.

 

Grinnell, Joseph

 

Guyer, Michael Frederic

 

Hammer, Ralph C.

 

Harant, Hervé

 

Harris, Isaac F.

 

Harrison, Frederic

 

Hartman, Carl

 

Hatch, Melville H.

 

Hatfield, Donald M.

 

Hecht, Selig

 

Henkel, Fred

Ctn. 32

Herrick, Charles Judson

 

Herrick, Francis Hobart

 

Hessen, B.

 

Hocking, William Ernest

 

Hogben, Lancelot

 

Holmes, Samuel Jackson

 

Howard, John Galen

 

James, William

 

Jenkins, Oliver P.

 

Jennings, Herbert Spencer

 

Johnson, Martin W.

 

Johnson, Myrtle E.

 

Jones, Harold E.

 

Jones, Katherine D.

 

Keyser, Cassius J.

 

Kidder, A. V.

 

Kinsey, Alfred C.

 

Knibbs, sir George H.

 

Koch, Richard A.

 

Korzybski, Alfred Habdank Skarbek

 

LaFond, Eugene C.

 

Lange, Alexis Frederick

 

Laughlin, Harry H.

 

Lawson, Andrew Cooper

 

Lee, Frederic Schiller

 

Lewis, Albert B.

 

Lewis, Ivey F.

 

Lillie, Frank Rattray

 

Lillie, Ralph Stayner

 

Link, Henry C.

 

Linton, Ralph

 

Lipman, Jacob B.

 

Loewenberg, Jacob

 

Lovejoy, Arthur Oncken

 

McCormack, Thomas Joseph

 

McDougall, William

 

McEwen, George Francis

 

MacGinitie, George Eber

 

MacMillan, W. D.

 

Marks, Graham Wallace

 

Matchette, Franklin J.

 

Mead, Elwood

 

Melander, Axel Leonard

 

Merriam, Clinton Hart

 

Merriam, John Campbell

 

Metcalf, Maynard Mayo

 

Miller, Alden Holmes

 

Miller, Dayton C.

 

Millikan, Robert Andrews

 

Millis, John

 

Moberg, Erik Gustof

 

Monk, Cecil R.

 

Montague, William Pepperell

 

Montgomery, Douglass William

 

Morgan, Thomas Hunt

 

Moses, Bernard

 

Muller, H. J.

 

Myers, Earl H.

 

Nathan, sir Matthew

 

Natland, M. L.

 

Nelson, Edward William

 

Newman, H. H.

 

Noble, Edmund

 

Noyes, George Rapall

 

Nubling, E.

 

Ogburn, William F.

 

Park, Robert Ezra

 

Parker, George Howard

 

Patten, William

 

Penrose, L. S.

 

Petrie, W. M. Flinders

 

Pickering, Edward C.

 

Pratt, James Bissett

 

Price, W. C.

Ctn. 33

Redfield, Caspar Lavater

 

Regan, Sister Mary Leonide

 

Reiser, Oliver Leslie

 

Rhoades, John Harsen

 

Riddle, Oscar

 

Robinson, James Harvey

 

Rubinstein, M.

 

Russell, E. S.

 

Ryder, Arthur William

 

Sadler, William S.

 

Saito, Hirosi

 

Sandow, Alexander

 

Sarton, George

 

Schaeffer, Asa A.

 

Scott, Walter

 

Sellars, Roy Wood

 

Shepard, F. P.

 

Shiozaki, Kanzo

 

Shorey, Paul

 

Sidis, William James

 

Simpson, George Gaylord

 

Singer, Charles

 

Slosson, Edwin Emery

 

Smith, Dietrich C.

 

Snedden, David

 

Snyder, Laurence H.

 

Staley, Eugene

 

Stanley, W. M.

 

Starks, Edwin C.

 

Stephens, T. C.

 

Stokeley, James

 

Strandskov, Herluf H.

 

Stratton, George Malcolm

 

Strong, Leonell C.

 

Sumner, Francis Bertody

 

Sverdrup, Harald Ulrik

 

Swann, W. F. G.

 

Tennent, D. H.

 

Thompson, Warren Simpson

 

Tiller, Richard E.

 

Torrey, Harry Beal

 

Townsend, C. H.

 

Trotter, Wilfred Robert

 

Vaughan, Thomas Wayland

 

Vavilov, N. I.

 

Veblen, Thorstein

 

Waddell, John Alexander Low

 

Warburg, Otto

 

Ward, Henry Baldwin

 

Ward, James

 

Weinstein, Alexander

 

Went, F. W.

 

Wetmore, Alexander

 

Wheeler, William Morton

 

Whelpton, P. K.

 

White, William Alanson

 

Whitney, Albert Wurts

 

Williams, Edward Thomas

 

Williams, Frankwood E.

 

Willkie, Wendell L.

 

Wright, George Melendez

 

Yancey, Patrick Henry

 

Yerkes, Robert Mearns

 

Young, Robert Thompson

 

Zavadovsky, B.

 

Zeller, E.

 

ZoBell, Claude E.

Ctn. 33

Biographical files

Physical Description: (3 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Include material on Alexander Agassiz, Louis Agassiz, Hans Herman Behr, Henry Pickering Bowditch, William Keith Brooks, Henry Cavendish, James G. Cooper, George Davidson, Diderot, Anton Dohrn, Carl Gegenbaur, Helmholtz, Thomas Huxley, Carl Von Kupffer, Abraham Lincoln, Hugh Miller, Fritz Schaudinn, Irving Stringham, Emanuel Swedenborg, Harry Beal Torrey, Addison E. Verrill.

Partial List of Correspondents

 

Abbott, Clinton Gilbert, 188l-

 

9 letters, 1924-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly as director, San Diego Natural History Museum. 1934 letters contain enclosures re woodpeckers.
 

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

 

Letter, Aug. 29, 1935, by Charles M. B. Cadwalader.

 

Adams, Charles Christopher, 1873-1955

 

8 letters, 1909-1913.

See also material in Carton 31.

 

Adams, Henry Austin, 1861-

 

4 letters, 1911-1917.

 

Adams, Lowell, 1913-

 

2 letters, 1941, re woodpeckers.

 

Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 1871-1958

 

Letter, May 2, 1922, expressing his interest in Science Service.

 

Agassiz, Alexander, 1835-1910

 

13 letters, 1900-1905.

See also

Kofoid, Charles Atwood

biographical data in Carton 33

 

Aikins, Herbert Austin, 1867-

 

Letter, June 8, 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Also included: copies of his articles written for National Education Association.
 

Aitken, Robert Grant, 1864-1951

 

4 letters, 1928-1932.

 

Alden, Roland Herrick, 1914-

 

3 letters, 1933-1938.

 

Alexander, Annie Montague, 1867-1950

 

2 letters, 1907-1909.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosure to 1907 letter: letter from J. Rowley; 1909 letter expresses her thoughts concerning the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and the work of Joseph Grinnell.
 

Alexander, Jerome, 1876-1959

 

3 letters, 1929.

See also material in Carton 31.

 

Alexander, William Hardy, 1878-

 

Letter, Nov. 19, 1942.

 

Allee, Warder Clyde, 1885-

see American Society of Zoologists

See also material in Carton 31.

 

Allen, Albert Henry, 1875-

see California. University. Press

See also Wheeler, Benjamin Ide

 

Allen, Bennet Mills, 1877-

 

7 letters, 1912-1916.

 

Allen, Eric William, 1879-

 

Letter, May 4, 1926.

 

Allen, Winfred Emory, 1873-1947

 

10 letters, 1920-1939, re Scripps and Science Service.

Scope and Content Note

1935 letter re woodpeckers; 1939 letter re other birds.
See also articles in Carton 31.
 

Alsberg, Carl Lucas, 1877-1940

 

Letter, [Nov. 1919], re Science Service proposal.

 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

 

2 letters, 1919, by T. W. Richards.

 

American Academy of Political and Social Science

 

3 letters, 1920-1924, by L. S. Rowe.

See also Kelsey, Carl.

 

American Association for Economic Freedom

 

2 letters, 1938-1939, by Claude Watts.

 

American Association for Medical Progress, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1927, by Peter Kasius.

Scope and Content Note

Also included are press releases and lecture subjects.
See also Gruenberg, Benjamin.
 

American Association for Social Security, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1938-1939, by Francis J. McConnell and Abraham Epstein.

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science

 

4 letters, 1927-1937, by Sam Woodley, Burton E. Livingstone, and Rodney H. True.

Scope and Content Note

See also Barrows, Albert Lloyd; Campbell, William Wallace; MacDougal, Daniel Trembly; Merriam, John Campbell; Howard, Leland Ossian; Moulton, Forest Ray; Bigelow, Maurice Alpheus.
 

American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom

 

7 letters, 1939-1940, by M. Finkelstein, Franz Boas and Reed H. Dearborn.

Scope and Content Note

Also included are press releases, etc.
 

American Committee to Save Anti-Fascist Refugees

 

Telegram, July 14, 1940, by Franz Boas and Martha Dodd.

 

American Economic Association

see Fisher, Irving

 

American Eugenics Society, Inc.

 

Letter, Apr. 14, 1926, by C. C. Little.

 

American Geographical Society

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1924, by Isaiah Bowman.

 

American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

4 letters, 1925-1936, by J. Merle Davis and C. F. Loomis.

 

American Journal of Sociology

 

Letter, Mar. 4, 1929, by Ellsworth Faris.

 

American Mercury

see Mencken, Henry Louis

 

American Ornithologists' Union

 

Letter, Mar. 15, 1903, by William Dutcher.

 

American Political Science Association

 

3 letters, 1941, by Frederic A. Ogg and Kenneth Colegrove.

 

American Review of Reviews

 

2 letters, 1910 and n.d.

Scope and Content Note

1910 letter by Albert Shaw.
 

American Social Hygiene Association

 

4 letters, 1915-1926, by Thomas D. Eliot, M. J. Exner, William F. Snow and T. W. Galloway.

 

American Society of Zoologists

 

12 letters and memoranda, 1915-1923, by Caswell Grave and W. C. Allee.

 

American Sociological Society

 

Letter, Apr. 10, 1915, by Scott E. W. Bedford.

Scope and Content Note

Memorandum, June 28, 1927, also included.
 

American Unitarian Association

 

Letter, Sept. 9, 1932, by W. Forbes Robertson.

 

Anderson, Forrest Nelson, 1894-

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1939.

 

André, Hans, 1891-

 

2 letters, 1929.

 

Andrews, Ernest Clayton, 1870-

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1925.

Scope and Content Note

(Carbon copy of letter to Dr. F. G. Clapp).
 

Andrews, Philip, 1866-

see National Save Old Ironsides Committee

 

Angell, James Rowland, 1869-1949

 

Letter, Nov. 29, 1919.

 

Anokhin, Petr Kuzimich, 1898-

 

Letter, July 7, 1932.

 

Anthony, Alfred Webster, 1865-

 

2 letters, 1922 and n.d., re woodpeckers.

 

Appleton (D.)-Century Company

 

Letter, Aug. 6, 1937, by F. G. Wickware.

 

Apstein, Carl Heinrich, 1862-

 

Postcard, Oct. 18, 1913.

 

Aronson, Moses Judah

 

Letter, Jan. 4, 1941.

 

Associated Harvard Clubs

 

Letter, Mar. 29, 1916, by Philip King Brown.

Scope and Content Note

Form letter.
 

Associated Press

 

Letter, Dec. 12, 1927, by Lloyd C. Stratton.

 

Atlantic Monthly

 

Letter, Oct. 20, 1936.

 

Austin, Mary (Hunter), 1868-1934

 

4 letters, 1922, re her ideas on Science Service.

 

Averell, Elizabeth Buell

 

2 letters, [1899].

Scope and Content Note

Member of the Harriman Alaska Expedition.
 

Babcock, Ernest Brown, 1877-1954

 

3 letters, 1924-1933.

Scope and Content Note

1924 letter encloses copy of letter by E. M. East.
See also material in Carton 31.
 

Babcock, John Pease, 1860-

see California. Board of Fish and Game Commissioners

 

Babson, Roger Ward, 1875-

 

Letter, Oct. 17, 1917.

 

Badè, William Frederic, 1871-1936

 

3 letters, 1911-1933.

 

Baer, John Willis, 1861-

see Occidental College, Los Angeles

 

Bailey, Edna (Watson), 1883-1973 (Mrs. Ellsworth Bailey)

 

7 letters, ca. 1909-1931.

See also papers in Box 25

 

Bailey, Solon Irving, 1854-

 

Letter, Mar. 17, 1920.

 

Baily, Joshua Longstreth, 1889-

 

8 letters, 1912-1914.

 

Bain, Read, 1892-

 

2 letters, 1941.

See also letter to Edna W. Bailey in Box 25

 

Baker, Charles Fuller, 1872-1927

 

2 letters, 1911.

 

Baker, Fred, 1854-1938

 

26 letters, 1911-1938.

 

Baker, Marcus, 1849-1903

see Carnegie Institution

 

Baker, Mary E.

 

4 letters, 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Daughter of Fred Baker.
 

Ballou, William Hosea, 1857-

 

2 letters, 1920.

Scope and Content Note

Re his scientific articles.
Also included: clipping of his article on the ancestry of the cat from the Los Angeles Examiner, Oct. 24, 1920.
See also Slosson, Edwin E.
 

Bancroft, Frank Watts, 1871-

 

2 letters, 1899-1905.

 

Banta (George) Publishing Company

 

Letter, Aug. 14, 1930, by Leland F. Leland.

 

Barrett, Charles Leslie, 1879-

 

Letter, May 21, 1924.

 

Barrett, Clifford Leslie

 

3 letters, 1928, on behalf of the Philosophical Union at University of California, Los Angeles.

 

Barrows, Albert Lloyd, 1883-1942

 

11 letters, 1914-1928.

Scope and Content Note

Some written for the American Association for the Advancement of Science; some for the National Research Council.
See also National Research Council subject file in carton 11
 

Barrows, David Prescott, 1873-1954

 

12 letters, 1908-1920.

Scope and Content Note

Early letters written from the Philippines; enclosure to letter of July 13, 1910, letter from W. H. Payson; some on behalf of the PPIE. Some written as Dean of the Faculties and as President, University of California.
 

Bartlett, Louis, 1872-1960

 

Letter, May 26, 1933, addressed to Edna W. Bailey, Box 25.

 

Baruch, Edgar

 

2 letters, 1911-1917.

 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.

 

2 letters, 1912-1913.

 

Bavink, Bernhard, 1879-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1930.

 

Beard, Charles Austin, 1874-1948

 

3 letters, [1939?]-1940

 

Beard, James E.

 

10 letters, 1923-1934.

 

Bedford, Scott Elias William, 1876-

see American Sociological Society

 

Behle, William Harroun, 1909-

 

Letter, Nov. 17, 1941.

 

Bell, Eric Temple, 1883-

 

Letter, Mar. 23, 1931.

 

Bell, William Bonar, 1877-

 

Letter, Oct. 1, 1929.

 

Benchley, Belle (Jennings), 1882-

 

2 letters, 1928-1941, as executive secretary of the Zoological Society of San Diego.

 

Bender, Albert Maurice, 1866-1941

see Book Club of California

 

Benjamin, Marcus, 1857-1932

see Smithsonian Institution

 

Bennett, John Edward, 1863-

 

5 letters, 1921-1922.

 

Bergson, Henri Louis, 1859-1941

 

Note on visiting care, n.d.

 

Berkeley, Calif. Children's Community Nursery School

 

2 letters, 1932-1934, by Mildred M. Brown and Alma Smith Chambers.

See also Rice, Marguerite E., Starkey, Frances Ellen, Wood, Grace

See also subject file in Carton 11

 

Bermen, Louis, 1893-

 

Letter, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Re his work on glands.
 

Berry, Samuel Stillman, 1887-

 

5 letters, 1910-1924.

 

Bertalanffy, Ludwig von, 1901-

 

11 letters, 1930-1938.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Bierstedt, Robert, 1913-

 

Letter, Mar. 25, 1938.

 

Bigelow, Edward Fuller, 1860-1938

 

3 letters, 1911, as editor, Guide to Nature.

 

Bigelow, Maurice Alpheus, 1872-

 

8 letters, 1909-1924.

Scope and Content Note

Some on behalf of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
 

Bingham, Alfred Mitchell, 1905-

see Common Sense

 

Bingham, Walter Van Dyke, 1880-

 

3 letters, 1920-1921.

 

Biological Abstracts

 

7 letters, 1931-1940, by W. C. Curtis, O. A. Stevens, Pierce W. Anthony, John E. Flynn, and H. I. Anderson.

 

Bird, Remsen Du Bois, 1888-

 

2 letters, 1928, as president, Occidental College.

Scope and Content Note

One letter written for him by his secretary.
 

Black, Marvin McKendree, 1900-

 

4 letters, 1935, enclosing some of his writings.

 

Blake, Berkeley Barrington, 1888-

 

Letter, Sept. 2, 1937.

 

Blasdale, Walter Charles, 1871-

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1905.

 

Blum, Sanford, 1873-

 

Letter, Apr. 8, 1913.

 

Blumer, George, 1872-1962

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1920, re Science Service and medicine.

 

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942

see American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom

See also American Committee to Save Anti-Fascist Refugees

 

Boodin, John Elof, 1869-

 

3 letters, 1931-1936.

 

Book Club of California

 

Letter, Dec. 15, 1914, signed by W. R. Young, John Howell, Albert M. Bender and Frederick Wyeth.

 

Boston Evening Transcript

 

3 letters, 1920-1921.

Scope and Content Note

1920 letter re the paper's policy on scientific articles. All letters addressed to Mary E. Scott.
 

Bovard, John Freeman, 1881-

 

Letter, May 16, 1905.

 

Bowman, Isaiah, 1878-1950

see American Geographical Society

 

Bowman, Jacob Neibert, 1875-1968

see Pacific Association of Scientific Societies

 

Bradley, Cornelius Beach, 1843-1936

 

4 letters, 1908-1919.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Bradley, Harold Cornelius, 1878-1976

 

Letter, Nov. 19, 1908.

 

Bradley, Walter Wadsworth, 1878-

see California. University. Berkeley. Class of 1901

 

Bray, Frank Chapin, 1866-1949

 

Letter, Dec. 18, 1920, addressed to R. T. MacDougal, re Science Service.

 

Brigham, William Tufts, 1841-1926

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1906, with enclosure, printed copy of his paper, "Shall We Explore the Pacific Islands Now?"

 

Brinton, Clarence Crane, 1898-

 

7 letters, 1939-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Also, copies of his article on sociology and of two book reviews.
 

British Association for the Advancement of Science

 

Letter, Sept. 5, 1939, by O. J. R. Howarth.

 

Brooks, Charles Franklin, 1891-

 

Letter, Nov. 17, 1936.

 

Brooks, John Graham, 1846-1938

 

Letter, n.d.

 

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886-

 

Letter, May 21, 1941.

 

Brower, David Ross, 1912-

see California. University. Press

 

Brown, Adelaide

 

2 letters, 1919-1933.

 

Brown, Charles Reynolds, 1862-

 

Letter, Sept. 6, 1905-

 

Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, 1861-

 

3 letters, 1909-1910.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Brown, Frank Lampson, 1860-1918

 

Letter, Apr. 29, 1910.

Scope and Content Note

Re PPIE.
 

Brown, Philip King, 1869-1940

see Associated Harvard Club

 

Bruce, Harold Lawton, 1887-1934

see California. University, Berkeley. Summer Sessions

 

Bruman, Henry John, 1913-

 

2 letters, 1939.

 

Bryant, Harold Child, 1886-

 

2 letters, 1929-1939.

Scope and Content Note

1929 letter is unsigned carbon, addressed to Joseph Grinnell, enclosing article by Bryant; 1939 letter is change of address note.
 

Buckham, John Wright, 1864-1945

 

2 letters, 1910-1938.

Scope and Content Note

1938 letter written on behalf of the John Muir Association.
 

Bullock, Theodore Holmes, 1915-

 

2 letters, 1940-1942.

 

Bumstead, Henry Andrews, 1870-1920

 

Telegram, Dec. 14, n.y.

 

Bunnell, Sterling, 1882-

 

2 letters, 1905-1929.

 

Burd, John Sedgwick, 1876-

 

2 letters, 1913-1914.

 

Burk, Frederic Lister, 1862-1924

 

Letter, Mar. 2, 1901.

 

Burlingame, Leonas Lancelot, 1876-

 

Letter, Nov. 22, 1912.

 

Burton, Ernest De Witt, 1856-

 

Letter, Dec. 15, 1922, on behalf of the American Institute of Sacred Literature.

 

Button, Frederick Lawrence

 

2 letters, 1907-1925.

 

Cadwalader, Charles M. B.

see Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

 

Cahalane, Victor Harrison

see Wildlife Society

 

Cajori, Florian, 1859-

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1924.

 

Caldecott, Ernest

 

7 letters, 1936-1942.

 

Caldwell, Otis William, 1869-

 

10 letters, 1922-1936.

 

Calhoun, George Miller, 1886-1942

see California. University. Press

 

California. Board of Fish and Game Commissioners

 

11 letters, 1911, by John P. Babcock.

Scope and Content Note

Re California crayfish and lobsters.
 

California. Dept. of Natural Resources. Division of Parks

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1928, by W. E. Colby.

 

California. Governor

see Stephens, William Dennison

 

California. State Prison, San Quentin

 

2 letters, 1928, by Earle M. Stigers.

 

California. University. Alumni Association

 

3 letters, 1924-1939, by A. J. Jenkins and Robert Sibley.

 

California. University. Comptroller

 

3 letters, 1937-1942, by H. H. Benedict and W. J. Norton.

 

California. University. Dean of the Faculties

 

3 letters, 1916, by Henry R. Hatfield.

 

California. University. Extension

 

6 letters, 1914, by I. W. Howerth

 

California. University. President

 

6 letters, 1893-1920, by Martin Kellogg, Farnham P. Griffiths, Newton B. Drury and Morse A. Cartwright.

Scope and Content Note

See also

Barrows, David Prescott; Campbell, William Wallace; Sproul, Robert Gordon
letter in Edna Watson Bailey file, Box 25.
 

California. University. Press

 

18 letters, 1911-1939, by A. H. Allen, J. W. Flinn, G. R. MacMinn, William A. Garrett, W. Durham, George Calhoun and Samuel T. Farquhar.

Scope and Content Note

Contracts and royalty statements included.
See also letters to Edna Watson Bailey in Box 25.
 

California. University. Recorder of the Faculties

 

2 letters, 1909-1912, by James Sutton and James K. Fisk.

Scope and Content Note

1909 letter is a copy.
 

California. University. Regents

 

20 letters, 1902-1924, by V. H. Henderson and C. J. Struble.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Class of 1901

 

Letter, May 12, 1941, by Walter W. Bradley.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Library

 

3 letters, 1912-1934, by Sidney B. Mitchell and Harold Leupp.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Summer Sessions

 

4 letters, 1931, by Harold L. Bruce.

 

California Academy of Sciences

 

3 letters, 1906-1934, by J. W. Hobson, C. E. Grunsky and Leverett Mills Loomis.

See also MacFarland, Frank Mace

 

California Associated Societies for the Conservation of Wild Life

see Taylor, Walter Penn

 

California Development Association

 

Letter, Nov. 21, 1921.

 

California League of Women Voters

 

2 letters, 1940-1943, by Mildred M. Brown and Harriet J. Eliel.

 

California Library Association

 

2 letters, 1914, by G. T. Clark.

 

California Monthly

 

5 letters, 1924-1941, by Albert S. Furth, George A. Pettitt, William Frederick Calkins and Edwin Emery.

 

Calkins, Hall, Linforth & Conard

 

2 letters, 1944-1952, to Edna Watson Bailey in Box 25.

Scope and Content Note

With 1944 letter is a copy of W. E. Ritter's will and a copy of the settlement of the first account of the Ritter trust is included with the 1952 letter.
 

Calkins, Mary Whiton, 1863-1930

 

2 letters, 1929.

 

Cameron, Frank Kenneth, 1869-

 

7 letters, 1911-1912.

Scope and Content Note

Re research on kelp and algae as possible sources of fertilizer.
 

Campbell, William Wallace, 1862-1938

 

15 letters, 1905-1929.

Scope and Content Note

Some written for him by his secretary, F. C. Stevens; some on behalf of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; some as president, University of California.
 

Canby, Henry Seidel, 1878-1961

 

3 letters, 1929-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Some as editor, Saturday Review.
 

Carnegie Institution

 

Letter, Feb. 25, 1902, by Marcus Baker.

 

Carpenter, Ford Ashman, 1868-1947

 

5 letters, 1914-1927.

 

Carus, Paul, 1852-1919

see Open Court Publishing Co.

 

Casteel, Dana Brackenridge

 

2 letters, 1916.

 

Cattell, James McKeen, 1860-1944

 

48 letters, 1907-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosures to letters of Aug. 23, 1926 and Feb. 6, 1927: copies of letters by E. E. Slosson; enclosure to letter of Aug. 8, 1931: letter from Raymond Pearl. Some as editor of Popular Science Monthly, Science, School and Society and Scientific Monthly. Many re Science Service. Some are copies. Letter of May 26, 1928 written for him by Jaques Cattell.
 

Cattell, Jaques, 1904-

see Cattell, James McKeen

 

Caullery, Maurice Jules Gaston Corneille, 1868-1958

 

3 letters, 1916-1920.

 

Cavert, Samuel McCrea, 1888-

see Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America

 

Chamberlin, Ralph Vary, 1879-

 

Letter, Feb. 28, 1901.

 

Chamberlin, Thomas Chrowder, 1843-1928

 

Letter, Dec. 9, 1919.

Scope and Content Note

His thoughts re Science Service.
 

Chambers, Willie Lee, 1876-1966

 

Letter, June 15, 1909.

 

Chandler, Asa Crawford, 1891-1958

 

2 letters, 1914.

 

Chapman, Charles Edward, 1880-1941

see Williams, Edward Thomas

 

Cheney, Charles Henry, 1884-1943

 

Letter, July 24, 1928.

Scope and Content Note

Re Science Service.
 

Cheney, May Lucretia (Shepard) (Mrs. Warren Cheney)

 

2 letters, 1914-1916.

 

Cheney, Warren, 1858-1921

 

5 letters, 1909-1912.

 

Chicago. University

 

Letter, June 15, 1900, by R. M. Lovett.

 

Child, Charles Manning, 1869-1954

 

23 letters, 1901-1941.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Christian Register

 

Letter, Sept. 16, 1937, by Christian S. Philip.

 

Christian Science Monitor

 

4 letters, 1920, by Lillian Harris Coffin.

 

Clapp, Edward Bull, 1856-1919

 

Letter, Aug. 31, 1911.

 

Clark, Austin Hobart, 1880-

 

10 letters, 1907-1923.

 

Clark, Margaret B.

 

Letter to Mary B. Ritter, June 23, 1919.

Scope and Content Note

In Box 24, written after death of Phoebe Apperson Hearst.
 

Clarke, Ernest Perley, 1859-1933

 

Letter, Dec. 13, 1910.

 

Claxton, Philander Priestley, 1862-

see U.S. Bureau of Education

 

Clayton, Henry Helm, 1861-

 

Letter, Jan. 19, 1926.

Scope and Content Note

Copy, addressed to Watson Davis.
 

Clements, Frederic Edward, 1874-1945

 

2 letters, 1914-1915.

 

Cockerell, Theodore Dru Allison, 1866-

 

8 letters, 1901-1941.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Coe, Wesley Roswell, 1869-

 

5 letters, 1899-1902.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Coffey, George Nelson, 1875-

 

Letter, Dec. 17, 1919.

 

Colby, William Edward, 1875-1964

see California. Department of Natural Resources. Division of Parks

 

Cole, Francis Joseph, 1872-

 

3 letters, 1933.

 

Cole, Leon Jacob, 1877-

 

4 letters, 1901-1941.

 

Colegrove, Kenneth Wallace, 1886-

see American Political Science Association

 

Collins, Henry Homer, 1885-

 

3 letters, 1915-1931.

 

Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-

 

Letter, July 3, 1910.

 

Common Sense

 

5 letters, 1940-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Some by Alfred M. Bingham.
 

Commonwealth Club of California

 

2 letters, 1941, by Stuart R. Ward.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of meeting, Apr. 1934, also included.
 

Conant, James Bryant, 1893-

 

Letter, Aug. 26, 1937.

 

Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion

see Finkelstein, Louis

 

Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952

 

12 letters, 1907-1942.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Connelly, John Robert, 1870-1940

 

Letter, Mar. 17, 1916.

Scope and Content Note

Form letter.
 

Cook, Catherine E.

 

9 letters, 1922-1932.

Scope and Content Note

Some on behalf of the Open Court Publishing Company.
See also Slosson, Edwin Emory
 

Cooley, Charles Horton, 1864-1929

 

3 letters, 1919-1929.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Coolidge, Mary Elizabeth Burroughs (Roberts) Smith, 1860-1915

 

Letter, May 3, 1929.

 

Cooper Ornithological Club

 

Letter, Feb. 27, 1941, by James Moffitt.

 

Corbett, Charles Hodge, 1881-1963

 

Letter, Nov. 7, 1920.

 

Cort, William Walter, 1887-

 

Letter, July 18, 1916.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Cory, Herbert Ellsworth, 1883-1947

 

2 letters, 1917.

 

Cowdry, Edmund Vincent, 1888-

 

2 letters, 1914-1916.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Craig, Wallace, 1876-

 

16 letters, 1919-1939.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Craighead, Edwin Boone, 1861-

see Wheeler, Benjamin Ide

 

Crampton, Charles Ward, 1877-

 

Letter, Nov. 8, 1928.

 

Crandall, Wesley C.

 

4 letters, 1910-1923.

Scope and Content Note

Re Scripps.
 

Cremer, Henry

 

Letter, Nov. 17, 1929.

 

Crile, George Washington, 1864-1943

 

Letter, Nov. 22, 1919.

 

Cross, Ira Brown, 1880-1977

 

Letter, n.d.

 

Curtis, Winterton Conway, 1875-

see Biological Abstracts.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Daggett, Frank S.

 

Letter, May 13, 1916.

 

Daggett, Stuart, 1881-1954

 

Letter, Mar. 22, 1937.

 

Dall, William Healey, 1845-1925

 

Letter, Jan. 22, 1900.

 

Damas, Désiré, 1877-

 

2 letters, 1924.

 

D'Ancona, Arnold A., d. 1928

 

5 letters, 1908.

Scope and Content Note

Dean, U.C. Medical School in San Francisco, re pre-med courses.
 

Daniel, John Franklin, 1873-

 

Letter, Apr. 20, 1915.

 

Daniels, Farrington, 1889-

 

Letter, Aug. 22, 1941.

 

Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-

 

9 letters, 1903-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Some re his ideas on Science Service.
See also material in Carton 31
 

Davenport, Eugene, 1856-1941

 

2 letters, 1907-1908.

 

Davidson, George, 1825-1911

 

2 letters, 1899-1901.

See also biographical material in Carton 33

 

Davis, Benjamin Marshall, 1867-

 

9 letters, 1902-1916.

 

Davis, Bradley Moore, 1871-

 

2 letters, 1901-1919.

Scope and Content Note

1901 letter re Balanoglossus.
 

Davis, John Merle, 1875-1960

see Survey of Race Relations.

See also American Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Davis, Watson, 1896-

 

87 letters, 1921-1943.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly re Science Service. Some are copies only. Christmas card for 1939 also included.
See also 6 letters to Edna Watson Davis in Box 25
 

Davis, William Morris, 1850-1934

 

3 letters, 1916.

 

Dawson, Miles Menander, 1863-1942

 

10 letters, 1920.

 

Dawson, William Leon, 1873-1928

 

2 letters, 1914-1915.

 

Dean, Bashford, 1867-1928

 

2 letters, 1899-1911.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Dearborn, George Van Ness, 1869-

 

2 letters, 1919-1920.

Scope and Content Note

Re Science Service.
 

Dearborn, Ned Harland, 1893-

see American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom

 

DeForest, Howard, 1872-

see Ecological Society of America

 

Deichmann, Elisabeth, 1896-

 

4 letters, 1935-[1936].

 

Dellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel, 1853-1935

 

3 letters, 1900.

Scope and Content Note

Member of the Harriman Expedition.
 

Dennes, William Ray, 1898-

 

2 letters, 1933-1934.

 

Derleth, Charles, 1874-1956

 

Letter, Mar. 1, 1915.

Scope and Content Note

Re his views on structural problems at the Marine Laboratory.
 

Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel, 1879-1955

 

11 letters, 1931-1932.

 

Dewey, John, 1859-1952

 

Letter, Jan. 14, 1925.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Dickerson, Roy Ernest, 1877-

 

Letter, Jan. 2, 1934.

 

Dickinson, Henry Winram, 1870-

see International Congress of the History of Science and Technology

 

Dingle, Herbert, 1890-

 

Letter, Mar. 2, 1931.

 

Dinwiddie, Courtenay

see National Child Labor Committee

 

Dodd, Martha, 1908-

see American Committee to Save Anti-Fascist Refugees

 

Dodson, George Rowland, 1865-

 

7 letters, 1924-1928.

Scope and Content Note

Typescripts of some of his articles for Science Service also included.
 

Dohrmann, Fred William, 1843-1914

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1899.

 

Donnan, Frederick George, 1870-

 

6 letters, 1930-1933.

 

Dorsey, George Amos, 1868-1931

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1929.

 

Doubleday, Page & Co.

see Gayley, Charles Mills

 

Douglas, James Roy

 

2 letters, 1920.

 

Draper, Dorothea

 

Letter, Oct. 31, n.y.

Scope and Content Note

Member of the Harriman Expedition.
 

Drayer, C. E.

 

Letter, Apr. 28, 1920.

 

Drew, Gilman Arthur, 1868-

 

Letter, Jan. 23, 1914.

 

Drury, Aubrey, 1891-

see Save-the-Redwoods League

 

Drury, Newton Bishop, 1889-1978

see California. University. President

 

Dummer, Ethel (Sturges) (Mrs. W. F. Dummer)

 

27 letters, 1932-1942.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Dunlap, Renick William, 1872-

see U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey

 

Dunn, Gano, 1870-1953

see Slosson, Edwin Emery

 

Durham, Willard Higley, 1883-

see California. University. Press

 

Dutcher, William, 1846-1920

see American Ornithologists' Union

 

Eakin, Richard Marshall, 1910-

 

2 letters, 1944-1952, to Edna W. Bailey in Box 25.

 

Earl, Guy Chaffee, 1861-1935

 

2 letters, 1911.

 

East, Edward Murray, 1878-

 

2 letters, 1920.

See also

Babcock, Ernest Brown

material in Carton 31

 

Eastman, Max, 1883-

 

Letter, June 6, 1941.

 

Ecological Society of America

 

2 letters, 1923-1938, by H. De Forest and V. E. Shelford.

 

Editor & Publisher

 

2 letters, 1926, by Marlen E. Pew.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosure to letter of May 26: copy of a letter by William H. Briggs of Harper & Brothers.
 

Edwards, Arthur Mead, 1836-

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1911.

 

Edwards, Charles Lincoln, 1863-

 

4 letters, 1913.

 

Eigenmann, Carl H., 1863-1927

 

2 letters, 1906-1908.

 

Eisen, Gustavus Agusutus, 1847-1940

 

Letter, Aug. 29, 1905.

 

Eldridge, Seba, 1885-

 

4 letters, 1925-1938.

 

Eliot, Frederick May, 1889-

 

Letter, Mar. 25, 1942.

 

Eliot, Thomas Dawes, 1889-

see American Social Hygiene Association

 

Elson, Henry William, 1857-

 

2 letters, 1928.

 

Emerson, Alfred Edward, 1896-

 

Letter, Apr. 2, 1942.

 

Emerson, W. Otto

 

2 letters, 1927-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Re California woodpeckers.
 

Emery, Edwin

see California Monthly

 

Emlen, John Thompson, 1908-

 

Letter, Dec. 9, 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Re woodpeckers.
 

Epstein, Abraham, 1892-

see American Association for Social Security, Inc.

 

Essenberg, Christine Elizabeth, 1879-

 

2 letters, 1924.

 

Esterly, Calvin Olin, 1879-1928

 

18 letters, 1905-1928.

 

Evans, Herbert McLean, 1882-1971

 

8 letters, 1915-1938.

 

Evermann, Barton Warren, 1853-1932

 

6 letters, 1920-1932.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Exner, Max Joseph, 1871-

see American Social Hygiene Association

 

Fairchild, David Grandison, 1869-

 

4 letters, 1919-1920.

Scope and Content Note

His views on Science Service in 1919 letter.
 

Fairchild, Fred Rogers, 1877-

 

Letter, Mar. 15, 1920.

 

Fairchild, Henry Pratt, 1880-

 

Letter, Mar. 24, 1920.

 

Fairchild, Milton, 1865-

 

3 letters, 1916-1924.

 

Faris, Ellsworth, 1874-

see American Journal of Sociology

 

Farquhar, Samuel Thaxter, 1889-1949

see California. University. Press

 

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America

 

5 letters, 1925-1940, by Edgar DeWitt Jones, Samuel McCrea Cavert, Edith A.Trotter and B. S. Winchester.

 

Felt, Ephraim Porter, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1918.

 

Field, Herbert Haviland, 1868-1921

 

Letter, n.d.

 

Finkelstein, Louis, 1895-

 

18 letters, 1940-1943.

Scope and Content Note

Some on behalf of the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion.
See also Letter, Jan. 12, 1944, to Mary (Bennett) Ritter in Box 24.
 

Finley, William Lovell, 1876-

 

Letter, Oct. 8, 1927.

 

Fish, Harold D.

 

3 letters, 1930.

Scope and Content Note

Some on behalf of the Tropical Research Board.
 

Fisher, Irving, 1867-1947

 

7 letters, 1918-1922.

Scope and Content Note

Many for the American Economic Association.
 

Fisher, Miles Bull, 1870-

 

Letter, Feb. 23, 1927.

 

Fisher, Walter Kenrick, 1878-

 

10 letters, 1906-1939.

 

Fite, Warner, 1867-1955

 

23 letters, 1918-1938.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Fletcher, Henry Prather, 1873-

see U.S. Dept. of State

 

Flint, Leon Nelson, 1875-

 

2 letters, 1920-1921.

Scope and Content Note

1921 letter re Science Service.
 

Fontenrose, Joseph Eddy, 1903-

 

Letter, Aug. 29, 1941.

 

Forbes, Stephen Alfred, 1844-1930

 

Letter, Feb. 1, 1907.

 

Ford, Alexander Hume, 1862-

 

2 letters, 1924-1925.

Scope and Content Note

1925 letter as director, Pan-Pacific Union.
 

Forum

 

5 letters, 1927-1932, by Henry Goddard Leach and John Alcorn.

 

Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 1878-

 

Letter, Dec. 24, 1929.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Foster, George Burman, 1858-1918

 

Letter, Oct. 4, n.y.

 

Foucher, Robert, 1897-

 

4 letters, 1938.

 

Foulke, William Dudley, 1848-1935

see National Municipal League

 

Fox, Denis Llewellyn, 1901-

 

3 letters, 1933-1939.

See also material in Carton 31

 

Francis, David Rowland, 1850-1927

see St. Louis. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904

 

Frandsen, Peter, 1876-

 

Letter, Aug. 8, 1908.

 

Frank, Glenn, 1887-1940

see Century Co.

 

Frank, Henry, 1854-

 

2 letters, 1927.