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Progress tables
Registration area
State census
“A Statistician's Idea of Progress”
BOX 36 Vital Statistics, transfer of Division of World population
Divorce studies
International Congress on Hygiene and Demography and miscellaneous, 1907-1912
International statistics
Kennedy, J. C. G.
BOX 37 Milbank Memorial Fund
Miscellaneous minutes, reports, and proposals
Estimates and compilations
17th- and 18th-century estimates
19th-century estimates
BOX 38 Negro studies
New York City Department of Health, New York, N.Y., 1910-1911
Research material
Abnormal classes
Amherst Class of 1884, Amherst, Mass.
“Care of Advanced Cases
of Tuberculosis”
Economics at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
BOX 39 Encyclopedia Britannica
Foreign born
German statistics
German university statistics
Halley, Edmund
History of morality
“Introduction to Social Philosophy”
Introduction, book notes
Labor problems
BOX 40 Migration
Nobel Prizes
“Note on History of Statistics”
“Notes on the Chronology of Statistical Societies”
Outline maps
Outlines of economic statistics
Paris Statistical Society
Race questions, international
Registration statistics
Royal Statistical Society
Scripps Foundation
Social classes
Social security Act
Special classes
Statistical methods
BOX 41 Statistical societies
Statistics of illiteracy
Statistics of special classes
Statistics: origin and nature
Supreme Court
“The United Nations–Another Experiment in Democracy”
Vital statistics before Halley
Vital statistics in the 18th century
Vital statistics in the 19th century
Washington Post
Who's Who statistics
BOX 42-49 Book and Article File, 1900-1952
Holograph and typewritten drafts of articles, reports, charts, and printed copies of works authored or edited by Willcox and critiques of them. Containers 42-47 contain preliminary studies and drafts of chapters for Willcox's textbook Studies in American Demography.
Arranged alphabetically by chapter heading. Containers 48-49 contain printed copies by Willcox.
BOX 42 Book draft, Studies in American Demography
American Census Methods in 1900
Critiques and Controversies
Historical material
II-China's Population
BOX 43 II-China's Population
Application of Statistical Methods in Politics–Prohibition
Area and Density of Population
Biographies, Billings
Birth Rate
BOX 44 Birth Rate and Substitutes for it Proportion of Children
Births and Birth Rates
Census Statistics
Change in the Ratio of Married
Death Rate by Occupation
Death Rates, Crude and Standardized
Deaths and Death Rates
Development of Registration
BOX 45 Divorce
Divorces and Divorce Rates
Effect of the Marital State upon the Death Rate
Infant Mortality
Life Tables
Marriage Rates
Methods of Estimating the Population of the U. S.
BOX 46 Mexicans
Military Statistics
Miscellaneous chapters
The Need of Social Statistics as an Aid to the Courts
Population and the World War
Population Classified by Age
Population Classified by Birthplace and Language
Population Classified by Occupation
Population Classified by Race
BOX 47 Population Classified by Sex
Population Density
Population of Life
Preface and Introduction
The Relation of the U. S. to International Statistics
Reviews, statistical essays
Standardized Death Rates
Vital Statistics on Deaths and Death Rates
BOX 48 Printed matter
Census Pamphlets
International Migrations, vol. 1
BOX 49 Special Reports of the Census Office, 1900
BOX 50 Scrapbooks, 1933-1952
Articles, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and correspondence collected by Willcox after his retirement.
Arranged by volume number.
BOX 50 Vol. 4, 1933-1939
Vol. 5, 1933-1952
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