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Part I: F. Research Department, 1916-1963 (continued)
BOX I:F28A-F83 Field Research Material, 1934-1963
Notes, statements, lists, near-print and printed material, correspondence, statistical material, newspaper clippings, summaries, and memoranda used in the preparation of affiliate and community surveys.
Arranged by chronological period, then by city, and therein alphabetically by subject.
BOX I:F28A 1934-1940
Grand Rapids, Mich., 1940
Employment
Social agencies
Miscellaneous
St. Louis, Mo., 1934
Affiliate
Business
City employment
Correspondence
Crime and delinquency
Education
Employment
Housing
Labor unions
Plan and outline
Population
Proposed study
Relief
Riots
Unemployment
Vital statistics
Vocational training and guidance
Miscellaneous
BOX I:F29 1942-1963 [In this grouping, the folder headings for Baltimore, Md., are listed in full, but for all other cities only a brief outline is given.]
Baltimore, Md.
Board of directors
Budget of Baltimore Urban League
Business, 1949
Church, 1949
Community Relations Committee
Constitution and bylaws
Corrections, changes, and comments on Baltimore study,
Parts 1-2
(2 folders)
Crime and delinquency
Education
Education Committee
Employment
(2 folders)
BOX I:F30 Executive secretary
Health
(2 folders)
Historical background, 1949
Housing, 1949
Industrial Committee
Labor unions, 1949
Minutes of Advisory Committee
Population
Program
Property
Publications
Race relations
BOX I:F31 Recreation, 1949
Recreation Department report, 1948
Report of the Committee on the Urban League Study, Council of Social Agencies
Revised study of the Baltimore Urban League and the community
Social agencies
(2 folders)
Special schedules
Staff evaluation and job description
Studies
Miscellaneous
Pamphlets
Clippings
BOX I:F32 Boston, Mass.
“A-H” miscellaneous
(8 folders)
BOX I:F33 “L-S” miscellaneous
(9 folders)
BOX I:F34 Canton, Ohio
(17 folders)
BOX I:F35 Charleston, S.C.
(14 folders)
BOX I:F36 Charleston, W.Va.
(16 folders)
BOX I:F37 Cleveland, Ohio
“A-I” miscellaneous
(18 folders)
BOX I:F38 “N-W” miscellaneous
(10 folders)
BOX I:F39 Columbus, Ohio
(3 folders)
Dayton, Ohio
(10 folders)
BOX I:F40 Denver, Colo.
“A-S” miscellaneous
(18 folders)
BOX I:F41 Miscellaneous
(6 folders)
Detroit, Mich.
“A-E” miscellaneous
(11 folders)
BOX I:F42 “H-S” miscellaneous
(11 folders)
Downingtown, Pa.
(4 folders)
BOX I:F43 Evanston, Ill.
(17 folders)
BOX I:F44 Fort Wayne, Ind.
(17 folders)
BOX I:F45 Gary, Ind.
“A-Y” miscellaneous, 1942-1945
(16 folders)
BOX I:F46 “A-R” miscellaneous, 1955
(10 folders)
BOX I:F47 “R-S” miscellaneous, 1955
(4 folders)
Grand Rapids, Mich.
(7 folders)
BOX I:F48 Greenwich, Conn.
(13 folders)
Hamilton, Ohio
“A-E” miscellaneous
(4 folders)
BOX I:F49 “E-S” miscellaneous
(8 folders)
Hanford, Wash.
(10 folders)
Hartford, Conn.
“A-C” miscellaneous
(3 folders)
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