Henry Horner Papers, 1899-1940

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Henry Horner Papers, 1899-1940

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Horner, Henry (1878-1940)

 

Papers, 1899-1940

 

159.67 linear feet   (333 manuscript boxes, 1 archival box, 39 oversize bound volumes and 4 oversize folders)

 

 

 

Illinois Governor (Democrat), 1932-1940; lawyer, and Cook County Probate Court Judge, 1914-1931, from Chicago. Horner, Illinois’ first Jewish Governor, governed the state during the depression of the 1930s, serving as President Roosevelt’s representative supporting the New Deal. A protégé of former Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak, Horner was noted for fighting the Chicago machine politics of Edward J. Kelly and Patrick A. Nash. Horner spent his final year in office battling failing health and his Lieutenant Governor John Stelle in a struggle for control of the state and the Democratic Party. An Abraham Lincoln enthusiast, Horner amassed a large collection of Lincolniana which was given to the Illinois State Historical Library. A lifelong single man, he died in office on October 6, 1940.

 

 

 

Correspondence, legal papers, financial records, campaign material, department files, subject files, published material, scrapbooks, clippings and memorabilia. The collection covers Horner’s gubernatorial years and his tenure in the Probate Court. Topics include campaigns, the Great Depression, corrections, social welfare and relief, aeronautics, agriculture, Abraham Lincoln, Jewish culture, Masons, floods, strikes, and probate. A few bound volumes concern Horner’s early legal career.

 

 

 

Photographs and published material were transferred out of the collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access:            Open for research

 

Acc. No.          1947

 

Processed by:  Paul Spence; Debbie Hamm 2013-2014

                                                           

 

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                                                       Biographical Sketch

 

Henry Horner was born Henry Levy on November 30, 1878, on Chicago’s South Side. The third son of Solomon Abraham Levy and Dilah Horner Levy, Henry Levy’s name was changed to Henry Horner when his parents divorced five years after Henry’s birth. His mother resumed using her maiden name and changed her children’s names as well. Henry’s mother Dilah was the daughter of Henry Horner, Chicago’s first grocer and founder of Henry Horner and Company; and Hannah Dernburg Horner, a recent German immigrant. After the Chicago fire of 1871 wiped out the Horner grocery store, the first Henry Horner never fully recovered from the shock. He died in 1878 and Dilah and her sons moved in with Hannah. Dilah was charged with running the home while Hannah continued to operate the family grocery business.

 

Henry attended public schools in Chicago and ChicagoManualTraining School. He attended the University of Chicago and graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1898. Henry and Frank A. Whitney entered into a partnership, practicing as Whitney and Horner until 1905. It was Whitney who was responsible for peaking Horner’s interest in Abraham Lincoln. Whitney’s father had been a friend of Lincoln’s and was author of Life on the Circuit with Lincoln, about the years they practiced law in the 8th judicial circuit. Whitney’s father’s interest in Abraham Lincoln rubbed off on Horner, and he began to amass a collection of Lincolniana that would eventually be second in size only to the Library of Congress. The collection (approximately 6000 items) was willed to the Illinois State Historical Library and became the basis for their Lincoln Collection.

 

From 1905 to 1914 Horner was a member of the firm Whitman and Horner. He had also been an active participant in Chicago’s Democratic politics, learning the process of precinct politics from Michael (Hinky Dink) Kenna and the like. Horner involved himself in the German social clubs of

the city, but was also astute enough to befriend the Irish as well. In 1911 Horner served as chairman

of the Committee on Plan and Procedure for the convention called by Mayor Carter H. Harrison to reform the system of city government. Horner led the examination of conflicting government jurisdiction, and tax and social welfare problems.

 

In 1914 Horner was elected probate judge in CookCounty, a position he held until 1931, being re-elected three times. Horner instituted the “Horner Plan” in which veterans’ estates were handled without legal costs to the beneficiaries. The Horner Plan helped immensely with Horner’s popularity. Horner also served on the Lincoln Highway Commission and the Commission for the Perpetuation of Lincoln Memorials throughout the state, owing to his now noted interest in Abraham Lincoln.

 

In 1931 Horner resigned his judgeship to run for governor of Illinois sponsored by the Mayor of Chicago, Anton J. Cermak. The 1932 Democratic primary pitted Horner against Chicago Irish hero, Michael J. Igoe and the state Democratic Party chairman Bruce A. Campbell of Belleville. With Cermak’s support, Horner won the primary and went on to defeat the Republican candidate, former Governor Len Small. Franklin Roosevelt’s victory sweep in the 1932 national election was certainly an added factor in Horner’s favor.

 

Soon after Horner’s election Cermak was killed in Miami, Florida, by an assassin’s bullet meant for Roosevelt. This left Horner to lead the Illinois Democratic Party, battling with Chicago’s new Mayor, Edward J. Kelly and Patrick A. Nash – the “Kelly-Nash Machine” of Chicago politics. Illinois politics had always been a struggle between downstate and Chicago factions, and the governor generally needed to have the support of Chicago politicos in order to be effective.

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                                                       Biographical Sketch

 

Horner however, declined to be controlled by the “Kelly-Nash Machine”. They feuded over off-track betting and state regulation of liquor sales. Horner and the machine also disagreed on choosing candidates for state offices. Kelly backed Dr. Herman N. Bundesen for the Democratic nomination for governor in 1936, and a costly ($3 million) mud-slinging campaign ensued, with Horner the victor. Horner went on to win the general election against C. Wayland Brooks. In 1938 Horner backed Scott W. Lucas for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senator against Kelly’s choice of Michael J. Igoe. Lucas won the nomination and the election. The constant struggle within the party was a strain on Horner, and his health failed after the 1938 elections.

 

Horner’s gubernatorial years were marked with struggle. He was governor during some of the most trying years the state had ever known. The Great Depression was at its worst during Horner’s administration and he had to fight against a reactionary legislature which contested any economic or social reforms of the New Deal. Dairy farmers staged milk strikes and hungry people marched on the State Capitol in search of relief. Bank closures and floods also wreaked havoc throughout the state. Mine labor unrest continued to be bloody and uncontrollable.

 

Horner repealed prohibition and tried unsuccessfully to put liquor sales under state regulation. He instituted a major revision to the revenue system, abolishing an inadequate property tax, replacing it with a sales tax. This gained him the appellation “High Tax Henry”. Under Horner’s administration state aid to schools increased, the old age pensions and unemployment insurance was instituted, building programs for state institutions were established, and public health services improved. Horner tried, but failed, to settle mine union warfare.

 

In the fall of 1938 Horner became ill. He spent some three weeks in a Chicago hotel, and then five months in Florida recuperating. His lieutenant governor, John H. Stelle was left in charge as acting governor. Because Horner disliked and distrusted Stelle, a four person advisory group of Horner’s closest allies was established to advise Stelle. The four advisors were Sam L. Nudleman, director of finance; Charles K. Schwartz, chairman of the state tax commission; F. Lynden Smith, director of the state department of public works and buildings; and James Slattery, chairman of the commerce commission. In April of 1939 Horner returned to Illinois and directed affairs from his bedroom in the executive mansion. After spending the summer months in Chicago and returning to Springfield for the fall legislative session, Horner decided he was too ill to run for a third term. The ensuing power struggle for control of the Democratic Party and the different factions vying for the nomination for the governor’s office were trying. At one point Stelle proclaimed himself governor citing Horner’s illness, but the proclamation was ignored. Horner’s distrust for Stelle impelled him to refuse to step down. Finally, however, Horner’s health intervened and he died in Chicago on October 6, 1940.

                                                           

Horner was a sensitive man. The party squabbles and the ugliness involved in politics were hard to bear. He was known to love children and enjoyed going to the movies. Single all his life, he lived by himself in an apartment in Chicago with a parrot named Shut-up, once his mother died in 1921. When he occupied the executive mansion he had several dogs as companions. Horner was a great believer in air travel, and he flew all over the state to perform his official duties.

 

 

 

                                                           

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Horner was the first CookCounty native to be elected governor. He was the first Jewish governor and the second to die in office. He was a member of many clubs and organizations including; the American, Illinois and Chicago Bar Associations; the Chicago Geographic Society; the Lincoln Centennial Association; the Art Institute of Chicago; the Chicago Historical Society; the Masons; and the Law, City, Chicago Literary, Mid-Day, Standard, Iroquois, Covenant, Collegiate, Illinois Athletic, Lake Shore Country, Wayfarers and Caxton Clubs. He was a member of several Jewish synagogues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                                        Scope and Content

 

The Henry Horner Papers, 1899-1940 consists of 159.67 linear feet of correspondence, legal papers, financial records, campaign material, department files, subject files, published materials and clippings housed in 333 manuscript boxes and 1 archival box. Twelve linear feet of oversize bound volumes are also part of the collection. The Henry Horner Papers concern Horner’s eight years as Governor of the State of Illinois, 1932-1940; and his tenure as judge of the probate court of Cook County, 1914-1931. Material from his legal practice and some personal material in scrapbooks are also included.

 

The collection is arranged into six series: I: Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940; II: Probate Court Papers, ca. 1914-1931; III: Vouchers, Canceled Checks and Miscellaneous, ca. 1924-1940;

IV:  Memorabilia; V: Oversize Bound Volumes, 1899-1932; and VI:  Oversize Manuscripts.

 

Series I:  Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940 (Boxes 1-306) is organized into four files: 1. Political Files; 2. Departmental Files; 3. Correspondence Files, and 4. Subject Files.

 

The Political Files (Boxes1-31) consist of campaign material from the 1932, 1936, and 1938 elections. This file includes correspondence, speeches, reports, publications, news releases, memoranda,

itineraries, appointment books, campaign literature and biographical information. There are several

folders of correspondence, some of which are arranged by county. In addition, political letters are scattered throughout the files. Horner’s campaign speeches are included as well as typescripts of speeches by Edward J. Barrett, Herman N. Bundesen, Bruce Campbell, Thomas J. Courtney, Michael L. Igoe, Edward J. Kelly, Scott W. Lucas, Richards J. Lyons, John C. Martin., Adolph J. Sabath, Thomas F. Sinnett, James M. Slattery, Len Small, Alfred E. Smith and Thomas A. Snell. There are special reports on Republican Party activities, affiliation of Chicago ethnic groups and political coercion of WPA employees. The file closes with several boxes of biographical material and congratulatory messages.

 

The Department Files (Boxes 32-81), consist of correspondence, reports, publications and other papers dealing with the operation of state departments, boards and commissions. The files are arranged alphabetically by department name (excepting the placement of the Illinois Department of Registration and Education, which ends the named department file) followed by a file of letters referred to other departments. Within each department file the correspondence with the director of the department is generally placed first followed by subject files. Included in this file are records for the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Conservation, Finance, Health, Insurance, Labor, Mines and Minerals, Public Welfare, Public Works and Buildings, Relief and Unemployment, Waterways and Registration and Education. There are also records for numerous boards and commissions, Military Affairs and the University of Illinois.

 

The Correspondence File (Boxes 82-231) comprises the largest portion of the Horner Papers. This file has been subdivided by the origin or the nature of the correspondence: 1. Correspondence-Downstate; 2. Correspondence-CookCounty; 3. Correspondence-Out of State; 4. Correspondence-Personal; 5. Correspondence-Subjects; and 6. Invitations.

 

           

 

 

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                                                        Scope and Content

 

            Correspondence-Downstate (Boxes 81-135) includes letters from the general constituency            from all Illinois counties except Cook County. The letters are sorted by county and        alphabetically arranged by correspondent name. Separate folders are sometimes provided         for       prominent individuals or organizations, or for those from whom a large amount of      correspondence has been received. There are separate folders for Roy H. Porter, Wilbur H.            Hickman, Joe Page, Jacob K. Alschuler, Frank J. Burns, Ben W. Alpiner, Julius Harrison,        Irene C. Thielen, S.P. Preston, Ray Defenbouch Co., Carl P. Slane, Peoria Water Works    Company, W.H. Owen, Grover C. Borders, Bruce C. Campbell, Frederick E. Merrills,             Charles E. Plummer, Duncan C. Smith, V. Y. Dallman, Rueben G. Soderstrom, Anna May           Price, Arthur P. O’Brien, Thomas Rees, and Thomas F. Donovan.

 

            Correspondence-Cook County (Boxes 135-178) is arranged alphabetically by correspondent         name. Separate folders are provided for W. Frank Dunn, Chester Davis, General Abel Davis,      Carter Harrison, William J., Hennessy, Harry T. Hollingshead, Maurice L. Horner, Bill V.    Hubbard, Mayor Edward J. Kelly, Ernest L. Klein, Julius Klein, Joseph Kohn, Edward Krier,   William H. Kribley, James Levy, Horace G. Lindheimer, James Weber Linn,  Richard F. Kinsella, Eugene F. McDonald, Major General Frank R. McCoy, Joseph D. Smedberg, Horace Smith, Col. Albert A. Sprague, James M. Whalen, Elmer J. Whitty, and Ednyfed H.Williams.

 

            Correspondence-Out of State (Boxes 179-201), is arranged alphabetically by states,           Washington, D.C. and foreign countries. There are separate folders for Governors Paul   McNutt of Indiana, Clyde L. Herring of Iowa, Herbert H. Lehman of New York, Mayor Bernard F. Dickman of St. Louis, Missouri; Emanuel Hertz of New York; and Irma N. Loeb       of Pennsylvania. There are six manuscript boxes of correspondence from Washington, D.C.,       including separate folders for President Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Morgenthau,           Harold I. Ickes, Francis Perkins, Henry Wallace, Harry H. Woodring, William H. Dieterich, James A. Farley, John N. Garner, Kent E. Keller, James Hamilton Lewis, Scott W. Lucas, Marvin H. McIntyre, Robert Fechner, J. Edgar Hoover, Adolph J. Sabath, Clyde L. Seavey,             Nathan Straus and Joel Wolfsohn.

 

            Correspondence-Personal (Boxes 201-204), is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.   Individually named folders include Lucille and Dick Finnegan, James M. Farley, Harry M.        Fisher, Stillman M. Frankland, Bishop James A. Griffin, Nathan Rosen, William Rosenwald,    Maurice Rubel, Adolph J. Sabath, Mrs. Paul Steinbrecher, Carl Sandburg, Charles K.

            Schwartz, A. L. Sloan, Arthur S. Smith, Sister Stanisia, Benjamin F. Stein, Bishop John

            Chanler White and Lloyd Whitman.

 

            Correspondence-Subjects (Boxes 204-214), includes correspondence relating to a wide range        of subjects and includes folders of birthday and Christmas greetings, as well as material        referring to certain individuals. Subjects include highways, the budget, relief, strikes and         commissions. Four boxes of unsorted cards and thank you letters complete this group.

 

            Invitations (Boxes 214-231), are filed chronologically from 1933 to 1940, with the Governor’s     reply.


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                                                        Scope and Content

 

The Subject Files (Boxes 231-306), consists of letters, copies of speeches, published material, clippings, memorabilia, pictures and miscellaneous papers. Some of the major topics include aeronautics, agriculture, American Legion, annual messages, Century of Progress, Anton J. Cermak, charity, Chicago, crime, dedications, Democratic Party, Jews, Abraham Lincoln, Masons, the Nationals Guard, politics, prohibition, radio, relief, Franklin Roosevelt and the Illinois State Fair.

 

Series II:  Probate Court Papers, ca. 1914-1931 (Boxes 307-313), includes legal papers, reports, opinions, notes on procedure and material relating to specific cases Horner dealt with while serving as probate court judge in Cook County for over fifteen years. Clippings and congratulatory messages from the 1914 election for the judgeship removed from scrapbooks are included. Other clippings, scrapbooks, volumes of probate court case notes and scrapbooks of correspondence and other material from this time period are included in the oversize bound volumes.

 

Series III:  Vouchers, Canceled Checks and Miscellaneous, ca. 1924-1940 (Boxes 314-333), consists of executive mansion vouchers, check book stubs and canceled checks, clippings and a box of miscellaneous items. The executive mansion vouchers are filed chronologically, and those of the 58th, 59th and 60th General Assemblies are also noted by voucher number in the container list.  Several boxes of unsorted vouchers are also included. Two boxes of unarranged check book stubs are from Horner’s personal account. Five boxes of unarranged envelopes of canceled personal checks include some bank statements, some statements from the Department of Finance and material relating to Governor Horner’s special account. A box of miscellaneous material includes correspondence and an appraisal of the estate of Henry Horner.  Two boxes of clippings complete this file.

 

Series IV:  Memorabilia (Box 334) consists of  special items such as an invitation to a banquet for His Excellency, Guglielmo Marconi; a booklet of “The Old Kentucky Home” with a souvenir of flower/tree; invitation to the White House; ticket to the Golden Gate Bridge Opening Ceremonies; souvenir set of wooden nickels from the Festival of the States in St. Petersburg; dedication bridge ticket to Mark Twain Memorial Bridge, 1936; a penny squashed from the World’s Fair, 1936; a postcard signed by Jack  Dempsey; and different types of ribbons and cards. 

 

Series V:  Oversize Bound Volumes, 1899-1932 (Oversize Bound Volumes, 1-39) cover Horner’s political, professional and personal life prior to his tenure as governor. The volumes include a letter press book from the firm of Whitney and Horner, financial records and attorney’s dockets from Horner’s early legal career, an abstract book, case notes, scrapbooks, and two family Bibles. The scrapbooks include mounted clippings, letters, mementos, campaign literature, congratulatory messages and photographs. The period of his probate judgeship is most fully represented with scrapbooks of clippings and correspondence, and volumes of case notes. A scrapbook of campaign literature of Horner’s 1932 gubernatorial campaign is the only bound volume included that concerns his governorship. A scrapbook concerning the death of Horner’s mother, Dilah Horner is included.

 

Series VI:  Oversize Manuscripts, 1918-1940 (Oversize Drawer 49) consists of commissions as Cook County Probate Judge; resolutions, proclamations, invitations, calendars and newspapers (partial).  The time period covers aspects of his being a probate judge and governor of Illinois. 

                                                           

                                                           

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                                                            Container List

                                     

Series I:  Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940                                                     

 

Box     Folder  Political Files

 

1          1          Speeches (Miscellaneous Folders)

                        Abstract – Alton [News Release, March 15]

                        Abstract – Aurora [News Release, March 19]

                        Abstract – Champaign-“Democrats to Aid Illinois” [March 28]

                        Danville [News Release, March 8]

                        Joliet-Abstract [News Release April]

                        Kankakee [News Release, March 7; Speech by Horner, March 7]

                        Abstract - Kewanee [News Release, March 18]

                        Abstract - Mt.Vernon [News Release, March 11]

                        Abstract - Mattoon [News Release, March 12]

                        Abstract - Murphysboro [News Release, March 10]

                        Peoria Meeting, “Big Horner Rally at Peoria” [March 30]

                        Abstract - Shelbyville [News Release, March 12]

                        Abstract - Springfield [News Release, April 22, March 14]

                        Waukegan Meeting [News Release, April 7]

                        Abstract - Winchester [News Release, March 16]

            2          Abstract – Biography of Judge Henry Horner,” [1 Page; 8 Copies; Cut (Photo)                                  Released with Biography for Press]

                        “College Students Organize to Aid Horner” [March 26]

                        Abstract – Horner Winning Downstate [News Release, March 24]

                        Abstract – Problems – Illinois Farmer [Horner’s Speech on Problems of Illinois Farmer]

                        Labor Leader Endorses Horner [March 23, J.B. Luhrsen, President of American Train                      Dispatchers Association]

                        Abstract – Illinois Women [“Illinois Women Urged to Support Horner,” March 22]

                        Party Responsibility [News Release]

                        Abstract – Prohibition [“Horner’s Speech on Prohibition”]

                        Abstract – Taxes and Cost of Government [News Release]

                        Railway Labor Men Endorse Horner [News Release, April 8]

                        Lawyers Support Horner [News Release, March]

                        Horner Endorsed by Law Professors [News Release, April 2]

            3          In November – Victory or Defeat?

                        Drastic Revision Banking Laws Promised by Horner at Joliet [March 31]

                        “No Pussyfooting”

                         “Judge Horner Says He Will Not Be Bossed,” [April 2]

                        Abstract –Springfield Release Ernest Hoover Statement [April 8]

                        Horner Nomination Means Democratic Victory – Carter Harrison [April 4]

                        Horner Plan Saves Millions for War Veterans and Families [March]

                        Records Show Horner Can Carry Democracy to Victory

                        Veterans and Labor United for Horner [April 1]

                        Horner Offers Plan for Continuous and Effective Check on State Spending

                        Statement – Patrick Nash – Democratic Victory [April 9]

                        Primary Election Forecast [April 10]

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                                                            Container List

                                     

Series I:  Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940                                                     

 

Box     Folder  Political Files

 

                        Speeches (Miscellaneous Folders)

1          3          April 11th Report-Switch of Down State Counties to Horner

                        Final Resume, April 9

            4          Radio Speech, November 7, 1932

                        Radio Speech, November 3, 1932

                        Len Small’s speech, Cort Theater, November 5, 1932

                        Memorandum re: Meeting at Cort Theater, November 5, 1932

                        Memorandum re: Meeting at Coliseum, October 31, 1932

                        Memorandum re: Meeting at Cameo Room, Morrison Hotel, October 28, 1932

                        Address of Mrs. Bertha Bauer at Ladies Mass Meeting, 3035 Lincoln Ave.,                                        Chicago, October 28, 1932

                        Stenographic Report of Republican Mass Meeting Held in Loyola University,                                     Chicago, October 28, 1932

            5          Address of Henry Horner at Danville, Illinois, October 15, 1932

                        Horner’s Speech, Rockford, September 12, 1932

                        Horner Biography

                        Speech of JudgeHenryHorner-DemocraticState Convention, April 22, 1932 (2 Copies)

                        Democratic State Platform 1932, Springfield (2 Copies)

                        Governor Wilson – Inaugural Address, January 17, 1911

            6          Taxes and Cost of Government [Mt.Vernon, March 11]

                        Ancient Order of Hibernians [Program of Meeting July 2, 1932]

                        Apartment Group, [Personal Canvass Made by Adolph Powell, at Rogers Park Hotel,                       6807 Sheridan Rd.]

                        Cook County Country Towns Group [Stationery Only]

                        French Canadian Democracy of CookCounty [Stationery Only]

                        German [Endorsement by German Society of Chicago, 2 ALS. Yearbook, 1931]

                        Greek Group [Correspondence; Program, May 8, 1932; Greek Newspapers]

                        Independent Committee for Horner – O.C. Doering            

                        Insurance Group

            7          United Irish Societies [Horner Speech, July 2; Irish American News, July 8, 1932]

                        Italian [Italian Newspaper, July 1932]

                        Kiwanians [Horner Speech, July 30, 1932]

                        Labor Union [List – “These Prominent Chicagoans of All Parties Endorse Smith”]

                        Lawyers Group [Calling Card from Merwin Hart]

                        Medical [ALS from Julius Hess, M.D., June 17, 1932]         

                        Horner –Courtney Nonpartisan Business Men’s Committee Letter from Col. Harry                           Dooley, October 8, 1932

                        National Groups Division (Roosevelt for Pres.) [Letter from A.J. Sabath, November 4,                     1932; Pamphlets about Roosevelt in Foreign Languages.

                        Norwegian

                       

 

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                                                            Container List

                                     

Series I:  Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940                                                     

 

Box     Folder  Political Files

 

                        Speeches (Miscellaneous Folders)

1          7          Organizations:  Letters from:   Wm. Beckman, February 15, 1932; Mrs. Margaret                              Dellis, May 7, 1932; J.S. Perry to Mayor Cermak re: Support for Horner, April 26,                         1932; David Morris, January 8, 1932; James B. Hamlin; Mable Simpson (Red                                    Cross); John V. McCormick; Loyola School of Law 

            8          Polish [Letter from Polish Association]         

                        Railroad Group [Railroad Men’s Nonpartisan Club; News Release and Broadside]

                        Service Men Data [Form Letters]

                        Sportsman [Sportsmen’s Conservation League]

                        Swedish American Group

                        Trades Group

                        Union Labor Club of Illinois, [Letter of Endorsement]

 

                        Speeches, Friends and Opponents:

            9          Horner-Flag Day Speech, June 12, 1932

                        Edward J. Barrett, Radio Speech – April 10, 1932

                        “Why Worry” Speech

                        Dedication of Exhibit at Chicago’s Centennial Exposition

                        Two Speeches, Not Identified

           

2          1          Bruce Campbell Speeches:

                           Radio Addresses:  April 10, 1932, April 7, 1932, April 3, 1932, March 29, 1932,                            March 27, 1932, March 20, 1932, March 13, 1932, March 6, 1932, February 21,                 1932, February 28, 1932

            2          Mrs. Elizabeth Conkey, Radio Address:  September 12, 1932

                        Thomas J. Courtney [Radio Address:  September 10, 1932]

                        James J. Kelly Speeches [Radio Address, March 13, 1932, on Behalf of Micheal Igoe                       for Governor] February 28, 1932

                        James Weber Linn [Radio Address, April 4, 1932]

                        Mary McEnerney [Radio Address, n.d.]

                        Judge John P. McGoorty [Radio Address, n.d.]

                        William D. Myering Speeches [Radio Address, March 6, 1932]

                        Quin O’Brien, Radio Address, [April 6, 1932]

                        Mrs. W. A. Sauer Speeches [Radio Address, March 24, 1932]        

                        Truman A. Snell Speeches [(Candidate for Att. General), Speeches:   Rock Island,                            March 18, 1932, Ottawa, March 11, 1932, Streator, March 16, 1932, Bloomington,                        March 15, 1932, Cairo, March 5, 1932

                        Robert M. Schweitzer [Radio Address, n.d.]

                        Emmet Whealon [Speech, n.d.]

                        Judge Sabbath [Radio Address, n.d.]

                        Edward J. Kelly [Radio Address, April 7, 1932]

                        Union Labor Club of Illinois

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                                                            Container List

                                     

Series I:  Gubernatorial Papers, ca. 1932-1940                                                     

 

Box     Folder  Political Files

           

                        Speeches, Friends and Opponents:

2          3          Horner Speech-Prohibition [n.d. Mim., 5 Copies]

                        Horner Speech-Party Loyalty [n.d., Mom., 3 Copies]

                        Horner Speech-Agriculture [n.d., Typed, 1 Copy]

                        Horner Speech-Committeeman [March 3, Typed, 2 Copies]

                        Horner Speech-Facing Problems of Illinois [n.d., Mim., 1 Copy]

                        Horner Speech- “What Illinois Needs,” Newsreel Talk [Typed, 1 Copy]

                        Horner Speech-Party Responsibility [n.d., Typed 2 Copies, Mim., 3 Copies]

            4          Horner Speech-Press Club [April 16, 1932, Typed, 1 Copy]

                        Horner Speech-Problems of Illinois Farmer [n.d.]

                        Horner Speech-Taxes and Cost of Government [n.d., Typed, 2 Copies]

                        Horner Speech-Taxation [n.d., Typed]

                        Horner Speech-Radio Address, February 27, 1932,

                        Horner Speech-Harrisburg, March 9

                        Horner Speech-Springfield, March 14

                        Horner Speech-March 18

                        Horner Speech-March 20

            5          Horner Speech-April 5

                        Horner Speech-April 11

                        Horner Speech-W.C.F.L. [n.d.]

                        Horner Speech-Demo. State Convention [April 22, 1932, Mim., 2 Copies]

                       

                        Horner Personal Speech Material

            6          Banks

                        Illustrations & Humor

                        Communism

                        German                                      

                        Government

                        Home Rule (McLarty, ALS)

                        Speech Outline

                        Poems

                        Religion                                     

                        Service Men

                        Teachers

 

                        Platforms-County-State

            7          Convention Tickets [Letters re: Securing Tickets to Dem. Nat. Convention, June 1932]

            8          National Convention Miscellaneous [Miscellaneous Notes for Speech]

 

3          1          Members, Democratic State Central Committee

                        Delegates, Alternates, National Convention, June 1932

                        Democratic CountyConvention Clippings [5 Items]

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                        Platforms:  County-State

3          2          CookCounty Platform, 1928 [5 Copies]

                        Cook CountyPlatform, 1930

                        Cook CountyPlatform, 1932

            3          Democratic State Platform, 1924; 1928; 1930; 1932

            4 & 5   Miscellaneous Correspondence-Letters from:

                           O.S. Hitchner, Stephenson County;  Jonathan O’Brien, Chicago; Chester Thompson,                     Mayor, Rock Island; John Leonard             Hamilton, Chicago; Frank H. West, YMCA, U of                    I, Champaign; L.R. Grimm, Illinois State Teachers Assoc.; T.J. Vickery, Princeton,                        Illinois; Ethel Wisdeu, re: Lincoln Letter, Lisbon, Ohio; Society Choragiew                                       Laudanska, Chicago; Captain Harry Dean, Chicago;  F.W. Heckenkamp, Western                        Catholic Union, Quincy; Charles Dickman, Corporation Council, Peoria; Clyde                                     Colwell, Attorney, Chicago; Joseph Kohn, Attorney, Chicago; Homer Ahrends,                              Mayor, Peoria; Sister Stanisia, Mount Mary College, Wisconsin; Ralph Daniels,                     Chicago; Frederick Merrills, Attorney, Belleville; Vincent Woodruff, Chicago;                               William Wright, Grand A. of the Rep., Chicago; B.P. Alschuler, Attorney, Aurora;                      Ed. Zilm, Chm. Demo., LaSalle; Stanley  Watson, Chicago; John C. Watson, Illinois                            Agr. Assoc. Chicago; Horner to James Andrews, Mayor of Kewanee; Horner to A.D.                            McLarty, Sec., Illinois, Municipal League; G.W. Mitchell & I.M. Labovitz, U. of C.;                     Rep., Washington; Daniel Sullivan, Cook Co.; H.H. Cleaveland, Dept. of Publ Works                   & Bldgs; S.P. Breckenridge, U. of C.; F.C. Funk, Judge, Winchester; Thomas                                       O’Hern, Peoria; Mary R. Hanlon, Chicago; James H. Andrews, Mayor, Kewanee;                   Victor Guebert, Red Bud; Hugh Rigney, Arthur; James Burn, Attorney, Kankakee

                           (In folder 5 is a poem written for Henry Horner; 5-4 leaf clovers with letter; and

                           Photographic Copy of Abraham Lincoln Letter)

            6          Resolution Passed at Cook Co. Democratic Convention, April 15, 1932

            7          News Releases (Miscellaneous)

            8          Notes (Miscellaneous)

            9          Speeches

            10        Published Material

            11        Newspapers, Clippings (Miscellaneous)

 

                        Political 1936

4          1          Political-Legislative and Sales Tax Records

                        Republican, 1936

                        Primary, 1936 – Criticism

                        Clippings – 1932, 1935, 1936

                        Registration List

                        Campaign Letters – 1936 – Governor

            2          Endorsements – County

 

                                                           

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4          3          Edwards J. Hughes – 1936

                        Pete Rossiter – 1936

                        John Stelle – 1936

            4          Herman N. Bundesen

            5          Primary Speeches, Various, 1936

                           Adamowski, Benjamin S.

                           Barrett, Edward J.

                           Burke, Judge Joseph

                           Campbell, Bruce

                           Crowe, Robert

                           Dieterich, William H.

                           Fardy, Judge James

                                                           

5          1          Primary Speeches, Various, 1936

                           Kelly, Judge James

                           Klein, Ernest L.

                           Matten, John

                           McCarthy, Justin F.

                           O’Connell, John F.

                           Padden, Judge Frank M.

                           Prystalski, Judge John

                           Smith, Clayton F.

            2          Edward J. Kelly Speeches – 1936

            3          Reports on Work Done by Different Groups

                        Clippings-1932

            4          Correspondence – Fall 1936

            5          Miscellaneous – Fall 1936

            6          CountyCorrespondence File – Adams-Macon

 

6          1          CountyCorrespondence File – Madison-Woodford

            2          Clippings 1935-1936-Republican

            3          Itinerary

            4          Miscellaneous Correspondence; Miscellaneous Correspondence with Newspaper                               Articles

            5          Editorials and News Items

            6          Miscellaneous

 

7          1-2       Speeches

            3          Engagements

                                                           

 

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                        Political-1936

8          1-2       Campaign Correspondence

            3          Miscellaneous-Campaign

            4          Lists

            5          Newspaper Articles

            6          Christ Christakos

            7          Campaign – State Central Committee

            8          Notebook – 1934 Election – Roosevelt, Horner, Kelly

            9          LeRoy, McLeanCounty; Maryville, Highland, MadisonCounty

            10        Registration; Colored Vote

 

9          1          Statistics, etc., re: Political Talks

            2          Campaign – Edward J. Kelly

            3          Earl B. Searcy

                        James A. Farley

                        C. Wayland Brooks

                        Lewis M. Long

                        Richard J. Lyons

                        Oscar E. Carlstrom

                        Floyd Gibbons

            4          Alfred M. Landon

           

10        1          Campaign Contributions – Fall; Campaign Contributions – 1936     

            2          Elections

                        Campaign – Independent Voters

                        Campaign – Insurance

                        Instructions to Precinct Captains

                        Vote Fraud

            3          Candidates for Ward Committeemen

            4          Campaign – Jewish

            5          Endorsements of Organizations

 

11        1          Miscellaneous             

            2          Farley Speeches

            3          Horner – 1936 Primary Speeches

                        Horner – 1936 Fall Election Speeches

                        1936-Miscellaneous Speeches for Governor

           

12        1          Illinois News Bureau – 1936 

                        Organizations – 1936

                        Republican – 1936

           

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                        Political -1932-1936

12        2          Primary 1936 – Miscellaneous Correspondence

                        Fall Election – Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1936           

            3          Judge McGoorty  1932

                        Speech – Academy of Our Lady

                        Speech – Prohibition 1932

                        Speech – Radio – March 20, 1932

                        Speech – Downstate, General 1932

                        Speech – Outline, 1932

                        Speech – WENR – April 11, 1932

                        Speeches – Miscellaneous                                          

                        Speech – Moe Rosenberg’s Ward – 1932

            4          Speech – Nominating, Judge Horner, Governor 1932

                        Statement – Judge Horner – April 12, 1932, After Nominations

                        Speech – Democratic State Convention, April 22, 1932

                        Speech – Rockford, 1932

                        Speech – February 1932

            5          Miscellaneous Material for Political Speeches – Highways-Transportation; Fiscal                               Trends of Government

            6          Miscellaneous Political Speeches

            7          Index Cards – Winnebago Articles

            8          Mimeographed Speeches of A.E. Smith, R.G. Tugwell; W.F. Morgan; W.B.                                      Bankhead; J.A. Farley, and Others 1936

 

13        1          A.J. Sabath – Campaign Foreign Language Group

            2          Notebook – “German American Horner for Governor Organization” Cook County                            1936 [Bound, Leather]

            3          Notebook – Campaign Literature [One Sample Each, Mounted with Figure for                                 Number of Items Issued]

 

                        Politics 1938

14        1          Speeches by Horner:

                           Labor’s Stake in the Lucas-Jarecki Ticket, Typed, 9 pp.

                           Radio Broadcast, ExecutiveMansion, March 11, 1938, Typed 26 pp.

                           Speech n.d., Typed, 15 pp.

                           Broadcast from Mansion, March 15, 1938. Primary, 1938, Typed 26 pp.

                           Radio Speech, n.d. Typed 15 pp.

                           Radio Speech, March 1938. Typed on Half Sheets, 73 pp. Politics 1938:

            2          Miscellaneous Speeches for Horner

                           Speech, n.d. No Author, Typed

                           Ms. Suggestions to Horner for Speech by Julius, November 1938

                           Ms. Edited Copy of Speech about “Chicago Machine,” n.d. No Author

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14        2          Miscellaneous Speeches for Horner-cont.

                           Suggestions for Labor Speech, November 1938

                           Speech, by Horner, with Letter by Lloyd Lewis Attached, October 4, 1938

                           Horner Speech, November 1938

                           Speech Outline, n.d. Typed

                           Outline of Speech, Marked “for Gov. Horner” November 1938

            3          Speech Material

            4          Itinerary for Governor Horner

            5          “Various and Sundry Services Rendered the County by the State of Illinois”-Franklin,                  Williamson and Sangamon – Three Reports, Typed, Carbon Copies

            6          Statistics – 1936 Campaign

 

15        1          Primary Tabulations - 1938

            2          Radio Broadcast Schedule

                           Horner for Governor Radio Committee

                           Itinerary for Governor Horner for Month of March, [No Yr.]

            3          Radio – Speeches

                           Radio Speech, “Wednesday Night.”

            4          Rock Island/Moline Broadcast at Mansion – March 11, 1938

            5          Broadcast at Mansion – March 15, 1938

            6          Radio – Opponents Speeches

            7          WENR Radio Talk – April 16, 1938

            8          William Dietrich

            9          Judge Edmund K. Jarecki

            10        Scott Lucas

                           Address by Scott W. Lucas, Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senator, Democratic                             State Convention, Springfield, Illinois, September 8, 1938.  Typed 15 pp.

                           Speech by Scott W. Lucas, Chicago, October 14, 193?, Mim.

                           Horner’s Speech in Support of Scott Lucas. Typed, 3 c.

                           Speech-n.d.

                       

16        1          Richard J. Lyons

                           Speech before the Executive Club of Chicago, November 1938

                           Radio Address, October 26, 1938 Typed 2 copies

            2          Michael Igoe

                           Primary 1938-Printed Campaign Literature, 1 item

                           Speech on His Own Behalf. 2 Copies. Typed

            3          Thomas F. Sinnett:

                           Sinnett’s Speech, March 5, 1938

                           Telegram, Milburn Akers to Horner, April 9, 1838

                           Extracts from Chicago Herald & Examiner re: Sinnett

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16        4          Political Correspondence:

                           Robert R. McCormick to Horner, November 3, 1938, re Definition of “Political” –                            “Wider Latitude in Political Conduct Is Tolerated and Condoned Than In Our                                           Other Activities”

                           Max A. Kopstein to Horner, April 15, 1938, re His Letter to Martin J. O’Brien.                                 Copy of Letter to O’Brien Enclosed.

                           Miss Carrie N. Weil, Chicago, to Horner, April 13, 1938, and His Answer.

                           April 18, 1938, re The “Deutches Political Bund,” a Nonexistent Nazi Group in                                   Chicago Claiming Support of Scott Lucas and Edmund Jarecki. Copy of Circular                          Sent to Jews to Discredit Lucas and Jarecki.

                           W.L. McMenimen, Chicago, to Robert Sweitzer, March 24, 1938, re Endorsement of                       Horner by Railroad Labor Representatives. Confidential Material about Dick                           Abrams and Markley. Copy of Letter to Horner and His Reply

                           Horner to J.D. McAdams, April 18, 1938, Acknowledges Receipt of St. Louis Post                          Dispatch.

                           Gen. A.F. Lorenzen to Horner, October 10, 1938

                           Porter to Horner, November 1938

                           Milburn Akers to Horner, November 1938

                           Alexander Wilson to Horner, March 28, 1938, re Horner’s Trip to West Frankfort.                         (Calls Attention to Splendid Record of Paul Powell, 51stSenatorial District)

                           Juluis Klein, Chicago, March 1, 1938, to Horner re Contacts to Make Concerning                             Several Persons.

                           Joe Landis to Horner, March 18, 1938, re His Article on Michael L. Igoe.

                           Edward Geiger to Messrs. F. Lynden Smith and Charlie Schwartz, March 20, 1938,                      Forming Boys League or Youth Movement to Prevent Crime.

                           Letter from Ernest L. Klein, Hollywood, California, June 11, 1938 to Horner re:                               Political Appointment.

            5          Miscellaneous-Notes-Clippings

                           Names & Addresses of [Chicago] Ward Leaders

                           Official List of Candidates for the Primary Election, April 12, 1938, Booklet

                           Teletype – National Railroad Trainmen Endorse Lucas

                           Telegram – Otto McFeely re Speech of Horner, April 7, 1938

                           Five Mounted Clippings

                           Two for Letters Regarding Reduction of Land Taxes by Thomas Nash in Chicago

                           Examples of Publicity Used in Precinct #4, Geneseo, Illinois

            6          WPA Workers Democratic Egyptian League

            7          Congratulations

            8          Christmas – 1939                                                       

 

                        Political 1932 and Biographical

17        1          Biography Material

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17        2          Biography in re Picture of Irene Horner, Milton Yondorf, and Governor Horner

            3          Who’s Who; Honorary Decorations and Degrees

            4          “Restless Ashes”

            5          Facts about Horner

            6          Miscellaneous

            7          News Releases and Articles

            8          Speeches and Information for Speeches

            9          Life Story of Judge Horner by Delos Avery

                       

18        1          Itinerary-1932

            2          Mayor Cermak Speeches

            3          Speeches by Others

            4-5       Newspaper Articles (Book)

            6          Chrissey – Quotation From “Widows and Orphans’ Money”- Saturday Evening Post,                       9-11-1926

            7          Congratulations on Election

           

19        1          General Documents, Election Certificates, etc.

            2          The FarmSchool – Northbrook, Illinois

            3-7       Nice Letters – A-W

            8          Appointment Books – 1937-1940 (4 Volumes)

 

                        Political 1933-1936-News Clippings

20        1          January 1933; September-October 1933

            2          November-December 1933; January 1934

 

21        1          February-March-April 1934

            2          May 27, 1934 – World’s Fair Opening

            3          May-June 1934

            4          Horner’s Political 1936 – Newspaper Clippings

 

                        Congratulatory Messages with Answers, 1936

22        1-6       A-B

 

23        1-6       C-D

 

24        1-6       E-G

 

25        1-5       H-J

 

 

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26        1-6       K-L

 

27        1-5       Mc-M

 

28        1-8       N-R

 

29        1-6       R-S

 

30        1-6       T-W

 

31        1-4       Y-Z

            5          Unsorted Messages and Telegrams

                         

                        Departmental Files

 

                        Illinois Department of Agriculture

32        1          James H. Lloyd – Director

            2          Walter W. McLaughlin

            3          Department of Agriculture – Miscellaneous Correspondence

            4          Conciliatory Committee

 

33        1          Wigfall S. O’Hair-Superintendent of Dairy Husbandry

            2          News Releases – 1933

            3          Agricultural Adjustment Administration

                        Bescher Plan

                        Civil Liberties Commission

                        Agriculture – Chinch Bug

                        Agriculture – Corn Hog

            4          Agriculture – Drought – 1934

            5          Drought – 1936

            6          Entomologist

                        Frazier Bill

                        Farm Advisors

                        Farm Conciliator

                        Federal Farm Credit Administration

            7          Flour

                        Division of Foods and Dairies

                        Milk Strike 1934

                        Milk Strike 1933

                        Farming

            8          Farm Mortgages

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33        8          Farm Relief

                        Farm Conditions

                        Future Farmers of America

                        Governor’s Program

                        Grain Inspection

                        Grain Elevators

 

34        1          Illinois Farmers Institute

                        Division of Standards

                        Division of Livestock Industry

                        Milk Strike 1935

                        Milk

            2          Milk Producers

                        National Federation of Colored Farmers

                        L.A. Moore – Superintendent of Plant Industry                                                       

                        Poultry Husbandry

                        Prairie Farmer

                        President’s Conference on Drought

                        Agricultural Relief – Langer Episode

                        Report of Crops Damage by Hail

                        Seed Inspection                                             

                                                           

                        Illinois Boards and Commissions

            3          Illinois Aeronautics Commission

            4          Illinois Athletic Commission

 

35        1          Buy Illinois Products Commission

                        Court of Claims

                        Horse and Dog Racing

            2          Illinois Racing Commission

            3          IllinoisState Housing Board

            4          Mutuel Inspectors at Race Tracks

            5          Revenue Amendment Commission

                        Lincoln Park Board

                        SouthPark Commission

 

36        1          IllinoisState Historical Library

            2          WestPark Board

            3          Emery Lancaster – President, Civil Service Commission

            4          Civil Service

 

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37        1          Alton Railroad Company

                        Data on Local Transportation Companies of Chicago

                        Geneseo

            2          Interstate Commerce Commission

                        Legal Service

                        Railroads

                        Trucks and Buses

                        Rural Electrification – Joel Wolfson-Correspondence

            3          Utilities

 

                        Illinois Department of Conservation

38        1          Conservation

            2          Department of Conservation – Mr. Thompson

            3          B.F. Lindheimer – Chairman

 

39        1          James M. Slattery, Chairman 1936 and Raver-Hart

                        Irvin Rooks – Attorney, Illinois Commerce Commission

            2          Joe Grein – Department of Conservation                                                      

            3          Natural Resources and Conservation (Minutes of Board)

                        Department of Conservation – Nature

                        Conservation of Work Program

            4          Reforestation and Forestry

 

                        Illinois Deparment of Finance

            5          Mr. Ames – Department of Finance

                        Sam Nudelman – Director

            6          Illinois Liquor – Director Albert Smith

 

40        1          Motor Fuel Tax Division

                        M. Bibo – Division of Purchases

            2          Legislative Reference Bureau

                        Retailers’ Occupational Tax Division

                        Emil T. Rank – Division of Printing

            3          Division of Departmental Reports

            4          General Correspondence – Finance 

 

41        1          Banking

            2          Division of Printing Invoice Duplicates

            3          Grifferhaven – Specialists in Public Administration and Finance

 

42        1          Bond Holders Commission

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42        1          Currency and Credit League of the United States

                        Commodity Money

                        Foreign Exchange

                        Gasoline

                        Jacobs Reports

                        Mortgage Foreclosures

                        Re: Bids for Mazda Lamps

                        Re: Bids for Motorcycles

                        Re: Bids for Tarpaulins, Tents, etc.

            2          Coal – Bids – Awards – Routing

            3          State Finances, 1935, 1936, 1937

                        State Finances, 1933, 1934

            4          Tax Commission

            5          C.W. Terry

                        Charles K. Schwartz

 

43        1          Mr. Simeon Leland – Tax Commission

            2          Mr. Hodes – Tax Commission

                        Mr. Martin – Tax Commission

            3          Taxation and Expenditures

                        Tax Conference

                        Tax Exemptions

            4          Taxation

            5          Small House and Land Owner’s Federation of Illinois

                        Annual Conference with CountyTax Officials 1934

                        Real Estate Tax

                        Reconstruction Finance Corporation

 

                        Military and Naval

44        1          General Black – Military and Naval

            2          Itinerary

            3          Adjutant General Regan

            4          Illinois Armory Board

                        Illinois Armory Board – Audit Report, September 30, 1937

 

45        1          Armories        

            2          Andy Frain – Ushers

            3          General Correspondence – Military and Naval

            4          National Guard

            5          National Guard Employment

           

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45        6          Arsenal

                        Arsenal Fire

                        CampGrant

                        Flags

            7          Naval Headquarters – Great Lakes, Illinois

                        Naval Militia

                        Grand Army Hall Memorial Association

                        Manuscript of Testimony Field Artillery – Negro

 

                        Miscellaneous Group

46        1          Superintendant of Public Instruction – John A. Wieland

            2          Superintendant of Public Instruction

                        Application Blanks for Teachers’ Pension and Retirement Fund

                        Certified Public Accountants

                        Automobile

                        Automotive Equipment

                        Bonds

                        Licensing Trucks

                        Interstate Bus and Truck Conference

                        Library Extension Division

                        Secretary of State – Correspondence

 

                        University of Illinois

            3-4       President A.C. Williard

 

47        1          Athletic Association

            2-3       Extension Service in Agriculture

            4          H.E. Cunningham – Secretary, Board of Trustees.

            5          Meeting of Board of Trustees of Univ. of Ill. - Minutes

                           Dec. 15, 1934; Mar. 12, 1935; April 10, 1935; Jan. 24, 1936; Mar. 10, 1936; April                          18, 1936; 1937; May 26, 1939

 

48        1          Board of Trustees Meeting - April 27, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting - May 26, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – June 8, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – July 14, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – July 21, 1939   

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – September 30, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – October 20, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – November 24, 1939

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – December 15, 1939

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48        2          Board of Trustees Meeting – January 27, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – March 14, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – April 25, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – May 28, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – June 28, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – July 17, 1940

                        Board of Trustees Meeting – September 27, 1940

            3          Report of Committee on Fees and Scholarships, June 1, 1940

            4          Auditors Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1938

                                                                                                                       

49        1          Notices of Business to be Presented at Meetings

            2          Edward E. Barrett – President of Board of Trustees

                        W. H. Chase – Ex-President

            3          Arthur H. Daniels – Acting President

            4          A.J Janata – Assistant to President

                        Report of the Comptroller, June 30, 1932

            5          Miscellaneous – Clippings

 

50        1          General Correspondence – University of Illinois

            2          O.S. Hitchner – President, Stephenson County Taxpayers Association,                                              Correspondence on U. of I.

            3          Lloyd Morey – Comptroller

            4          Charles M. Thompson – Dean

                        Director Lloyd

 

51        1          University of Illinois – Group Insurance

                        Proposed New Buildings at the University – 1935 and Special Non-recurring                                    Appropriations – 1935

            2          University of Illinois – Material

 

                        Illinois Department of Health

            3          Dr. Jirka – Department of Health

            4          Department of Public Health – Miscellaneous

            5          Calumet River – Pollution – Indianapolis Meeting

                        Chicago Sanitary District

                        Child Health Recovery Program

                        District Health Officers

                        Fox River Pollution

                        Medical

                        Medical Council

                        Mental Hygiene

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51        5          NationalHospital Day

                        Public Health Law                 

                                                           

                        Illinois Department of Insurance

            6          Mr. Palmer – Department of Insurance

 

52        1          General Correspondence – Insurance

            2          Division of Fire Prevention

            3          Sanitary Water Board

                        Stream Pollution – Mr. Casey

                        Division of Fire Prevention

                        Fire in State House

                        Insurance on CapitolBuilding

 

                        Illinois Department of Labor

            4          Mr. Durkin – Department of Labor

 

53        1          General Correspondence – Labor

            2          Industrial Commission

            3          Employment Bureau

                        Division of Factory Inspection

                        Child Labor – Federal

                        Employment Service

                        Five Day Week

                        Labor Injunctions

                        Sign Shops

                        Wisconsin Labor Market

            4          Division of Statistics and Research

 

                        Department of Mines and Minerals

54        1          Mr. McSherry – Mines and Minerals

            2          Coal – 1932-1940

                        Coal

            3          Bituminous Coal – 1938

                        Bituminous Coal

            4          Coal Labor Board

                        Guffey Coal Bill

                        Coal Routing

                        Mining Investigation

                        Mines and Minerals Exhibit Held at the Century of Progress

                        Progressive Miners

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55        1          Coal Mine Picketing

                        Governor’s Statement of the Mine Controversy

                        Oil Conservation Compact

                        Mine Disturbances

            2          Reports – Department of Mines and Minerals

            3          Mines and Minerals - Miscellaneous

 

                        Illinois Department of Public Welfare

            4          Director A.L. Bowen

 

56        1          Mr. Bowen – Department of Welfare

            2          Prison Inquiry Commission

                           Reports, 1938 – Stateville Branch, Joliet

                           Reports, 1938 – Menard Branch

                           Reports, 1938 – Pontiac Branch

                           Reports, 1938 – Dwight Branch

            3          Mr. Weigel – Fiscal Supervisor

 

57        1          General Correspondence – Department of Public Welfare                           

            2          S.D. McKenny – State Deportation Agent

                        AltonStateHospital, Alton, Illinois

                        AnnaStateHospital, Alton, Illinois

                        Bureau of Criminal Identification

                        Central States Probation and Parole Conference, Indianapolis, May 26-29, 1936, 1937

            3          ChicagoStateHospital – Dunning, Illinois

                        Division of the Alienist

                        Division of Visitation of Children

                        DixonStateHospital, DixonIllinois

                        East MolineStateHospital, East Moline, Illinois

                        ElginStateHospital

                        Illinois Industrial Home for the Blind, Chicago, Illinois

                        IllinoisSchool for the Blind, Jacksonville, Illinois

                        IllinoisSchool for the Deaf, Jacksonville, Illinois

            4          Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago, Illinois

                        IllinoisSecurityHospital, Menard, Illinois

                        Illinois Soldier’s and Sailor’s Children’s School, Normal, Illinois

 

58        1          IllinoisState Penitentiary, Menard, Illinois

                        IllinoisState Penitentiary, Pontiac, Illinois

            2          IllinoisState Penitentiary, Payroll

 

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58        3          Illinois State Training School for Boys, St. Charles, Illinois

                        Institute for Juvenile Research

                        JacksonvilleStateHospital, Jacksonville, Illinois

            4          Illinois State Penitentiary, Joliet, Illinois       

                                                           

59        1          Kankakee State Hospital

                        Kankakee Farm Situation

                        LincolnStateSchool and Colony, Lincoln, Illinois

                        MantenoStateHospital, Kankakee County, Illinois

            2          Pardons and Paroles

                        Research and Educational Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois

                        Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home, Wilmington, Illinois

                        Soldiers’ Widows’ Home, Wilmington, Illinois

                        State Reformatory for Women-Dwight

                        State Training School for Girls, Geneva, Illinois

                        IllinoisState Farm, Vandalia, Illinois

            3          American Prison Congress, 1933-1936, 1934, 1935-1938, 1939

            4          Annual Conference for the Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency, 1938

                        Appointments

            5          Big Brothers Association

                        Blind

            6          Board of Public Welfare Commissioners

                        Certified Child Caring Associations

                        Child Welfare

                        Committee on Psychiatric Education

                        Deaf

                        Dental Supervisor

                        Division of Social Assistance

                        Institute for Psychoanalysis

 

60        1          Institution Population, Monthly Reports

            2          Statistical Information and Report on Ex-Service Men Confined in the Illinois State                         Penitentiary Joliet, Stateville and Menard as of November 1, 1935

                        Land Purchases

                        Medical Council for Insane

                        Patients at Veterans’ Hospital

                        Penitentiary Made Merchandise

                        Prison Investigation, 1936

                        Prison Labor

                        Processing Tax

                        Psychoanalysis and Medicine

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60        2          Social Welfare

                        Trachoma

                        International Society for Crippled Children

            3          Veterans’ Service, Springfield, Illinois

                        White House Conference on Child Health and Protection

 

                        Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings

            4          General Correspondence – Public Works and Buildings

            5          Charles Casey, Assistant Director                                         

                                                           

61        1          F.L. Smith – Director

            2          Mr. Lieberman – Public Works and Buildings

            3          Mr. Hammond – Division of Architecture and Engineering

 

62        1          George H. Luker – Superintendent of Parks

            2          Highway Financial Programs

            3          Division of Highways – Miscellaneous

            4          State Highway Maintenance Police

 

63        1          State Police Radio Division

            2          Road Expansion Joints

            3          Highway Expansion Joints, 1934

            4          Illinois Safety Commission

            5          Safety

                        Application Blanks for Permits to Transport Oversize or Overweight Vehicles and                            ObjectsOverState Highways

                        Board of Art Advisors

                        Bridges

                        Cahokia Court House

                        Cement

                        Cold Lay Asphalt

                        Crab Orchard Creek and Grassy Creek in the Basin of the Big Muddy River, Illinois

            6          Dickson Mound Builder Tombs

                        Grade Crossing

                        Lincoln National Memorial Highway

                        Lock Tarlton

                        MississippiValley Association

                        Hard Roads

                        Rock Asphalts

                        RockFalls Garage

                        Route #10

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63        6          Route # 177

                        New Salem

                        Santa Fe Elevator Fire

                        Special Routes

                        Starved Rock Hotel and Concessions

                        Roads

                        Terra Cotta

                        Trucks and Buses                                                       

            7          Cement

                        Decisions

                        Newspaper and Special Letter

 

64        1          Investigation

                        Cement – Sand and Gravel Companies

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            Case of Failure of Tariff Commission and Resolution

                        Cement Costs and Reports.

                        Re: State Plant

                        Purchase Agreement

            3          Robert Kingery

            4          President Roosevelt

            5          Newspaper – Pamphlets – Congressional Record

            6          Miscellaneous Letters

 

                        Illinois Department of Relief and Unemployment

            7          Wilfred S. Reynolds – 1934

            8          Relief – Correspondence       

 

65        1          Frank E. Glick

            2          Robert J. Dunham – 1933

            3          Robert J. Dunham – 1934

            4          First Annual Report – Illinois Emergency Relief Commission and the Illinois                                     Emergency Relief Commission (Federal) (2 Copies)

                        2nd Annual Report - Illinois Emergency Relief Commission and the Illinois                                        Emergency Relief Commission

 

66        1          National Recovery Administration

            2          Civil Works Administration -1934

            3          Edwards Ryerson

            4          Relief for College Students   

            5          WPA

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66        6          Relief – Statement and Reports re Funds – 1934

            7          Relief – Catholic Churches

            2          Illinois Emergency Relief – Disaster Seed Distribution

 

67        1          Unemployment Relief

            2          Report of Public Works Projects Recommended by the Gov. Committee Unemployment,                 State of Illinois to the Federal Employment Administration of Public Works for Ill.,                         Sept.15, 1933

            3          Governor’s Unemployment Commission

            4          Employment Commission – Correspondence

            5          Relief

 

68        1          Wilfred S. Reynolds – 1933

            2          Federal Emergency Relief – Census and Reports

 

                        Relief and Miscellaneous

69        1          Sales Tax

            2          Sales Tax, 1934

                           Sales Tax

                           Adverse

                           Commendation

            3             Legislation

                           Burns

                           Publicity and Releases

                           Speeches

                           Sales Tax-Miscellaneous

            4          Sales Tax

            5          Beer Bill

                        Occupation Tax

                        Illinois Central RR

                        Sales Tax (1935) Kelly Statement

                        NRA

            6          Contingent Fund

                        CWA

                        Constitutional Amendment

                        Mortgage, Foreclosure, etc

                        Bull Fights

                        Budget

                        Bond Issue $30,000,000

 

70        1          Auditor Reports

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70        2          Finance – Treasurer’s Report

            3          National Recovery Act

                           Cement Code

                           Coal Code

            4             Mines

                           Forestry Code

                           Lumber Code

                           Oil

                           Pledge

                           Prison Labor

                           Miscellaneous

            5             State Chairman – State Chairwomen

                           IllinoisState Recovery Board

                           Chicago Recovery Act

                        State Unemployment Compensation Act

 

71        1          Public Works

            2          Veterans

            3          University of Illinois

                        University of Illinois-Radio, 1934

            4          Robert J. Dunham, Correspondence 1935 – Illinois Emergency Relief Commission

 

                        Illinois Department of Waterways

            5          St. Lawrence Waterway                                                        

           

72        1          Waterways

            2          Great Lakes Naval Training Station

            3          Great LakesSailors – Working Hours

                        Harbors and Rivers

                        LakeLevel

                        Levee at Beardstown

                        MichiganCanal in Illinois

                        Port Authority

                        Rivers and Harbors Congress

                        Supreme Court Decision – Water

                        WabashRiver Flood Control Committee

             4         Division of Waterways

                        Canadian Treaty

                        ChicagoRegionalPort Commission

                        Flood Control

 

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72        5          Mr. Hallihan – Department of Registration and Education

            6          General Correspondence – Registration and Education

            7          StateNaturalResourcesBuilding

 

73        1          StateMuseum Division

                        State Water Survey Division

            2          State Geological Survey

            3          Registration and Education, Appointments

                        Architecture and Engineering

                        Arts

                        Barbers

                        Board of Education – Bonds

                        Chicago Board of Education

                        Dental

                        Detective Law – Department of Registration and Education

                        Eastern Illinois State Teachers College

                        Education                                                       

                        Personnel of Examining Boards

                        Ragweed

            4          Normal Schools

                       

74        1          National History Survey

                        Nurses

                        Psychiatric Education

                        StateTeachers College

                        State Examining Boards

                        Rock Wool Resources

                        Schools

                        School for Orphan Children

            2          Teachers

            3          Vocational Rehabilitation

                       

                        Letters Referred to Other Departments

            4          Director J. H Lloyd – Director of Agriculture 1939

            5          Agriculture - Miscellaneous                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

            6          Civil Service

           

75        1          Aeronautics Commission

                        Historical Library

                        Illinois Commerce Commission

                        Racing Commission

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75        2          Director T. J. Lynch and Miscellaneous - Conservation

            3          Milburn Akers – Superintendent-Division of Departmental Reports

            4          Director S. L. Nudelman - Finance

            5          Finance – Miscellaneous

 

76        1          Director A.L. Bowen – Welfare

            2          Director Dr. A. C. Baxter and Miscellaneous - Health

            3          Director Ernest Palmer and Miscellaneous – Insurance

 

77        1          Director Martin P. Durkin – Labor

            2          Labor – Miscellaneous

            3          Director James McSherry and Miscellaneous – Mines and Minerals

            4          Welfare – Miscellaneous

 

78        1          Mr. Lieberman – Chief Highway Engineer

            2          Public Works and Buildings – Miscellaneous

            3          John A. Wieland

                        John Casey – Superintendent of Transportation

                        Mr. West – Police Radio

                        Mr. Homer Byrd – Mr. Bliss – Superintendent of Registration

 

79        1          Chief Walter Williams – Superintendent of State Police

            2          Director Hallihan – Registration and Education

            3          Registration and Education – Miscellaneous

            4          Division of Rehabilitation

            5          Adjutant General Regan

 

80        1          Housing

                        Housing Board

                        Secretary of State

                        Teachers Pension and Retirement Board

                        Home Owners Loan Corporation

            2          Elective Offices – Miscellaneous

            3          Thanksgiving Day 1939

                        Director J.H. Lloyd Director of Agriculture, 1939

                        Agriculture – Miscellaneous

            4          General C.E. Black – Adjutant General 1938-1939

            5          Public Instruction

 

81        1          Miscellaneous

            2          Referred Carbons to be Filed

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81        3          Adams County, A-B

                        AdamsCounty, C-H

                        AdamsCounty, H

                        Adams County, I-M

                        AdamsCounty, M-P

                        AdamsCounty, P-Z

 

82        1          Alexander County, A-Z

                        Bond County, A-F

                        BondCounty, F-Z

                        Boone County                                                

            2          BrownCounty

                        BureauCounty

                        BureauCounty, A-G

                        BureauCounty, G-K

                        Bureau County, K-R  

                        Bureau County, R-Z

 

83        1          Calhoun County

                        CarrollCounty

                        CassCounty

            2          ChampaignCounty, A-C

                        ChampaignCounty, C-F

                        ChampaignCounty, F-H

 

84        1          Champaign County, H-M

                        ChampaignCounty, M-S

                        ChampaignCounty, S

            2          ChampaignCounty, T-Z

                        Christian County, A-G          

                        ChristianCounty, G-R

 

85        1          Christian County, R.H. Porter

                        ChristianCounty, R-T

                        ChristianCounty, T-Z

                        ClarkCounty

            2          ClayCounty

                        ClintonCounty

 

86        1          Coles County, A-E

                        ColesCounty, E-L

                        ColesCounty, L-Z

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86        2          Crawford County

                        CumberlandCounty

                        DeKalbCounty, A-H

 

87        1          DeKalb County, H-L

                        DeKalbCounty, L-Z

            2          DeWittCounty, A-J

                        DeWittCounty, J-Z

            3          DouglasCounty

 

88        1          DuPage County, A-E

                        DuPageCounty, E-K

                        DuPageCounty, K-P

            2          DuPageCounty, P-S

                        DuPage County, S                                         

                        DuPageCounty, T-Z

 

89        1          Edgar County

                        Wilbur H. Hickman

            2          EdwardsCounty

                        EffinghamCounty, A-G

                        EffinghamCounty, G-Z

            3          FayetteCounty, A-H

 

90        1          Fayette County, H-K

                        FayetteCounty, K-Z

                        FordCounty

            2          FranklinCounty, A-H

                        FranklinCounty, H-L

                        FranklinCounty, L-R

                        FranklinCounty, R-Z

                                                           

91        1          Fulton County, A-H

                        FultonCounty, H-P

                        FultonCounty, P-Z

            2          GallatinCounty

                        GreeneCounty

            3          GrundyCounty

 

92        1          Hamilton County

                        HancockCounty, A-H

                        HancockCounty, H-S

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92        1          Hancock County, S-Z

            2          HardinCounty

                        HendersonCounty

                        HenryCounty, A-H

                        HenryCounty, H-M

                        HenryCounty, M-Z

 

93        1          Iroquois County, A-H

                        Iroquois County, H-L

                        IroquoisCounty, L-Z

            2          JacksonCounty, A-H

                        JacksonCounty, H-M

                        JacksonCounty, M-R

                        JacksonCounty, R-Z

            3          Jasper County

 

94        1          Jefferson County, A-H

                        JeffersonCounty, H-T

                        JeffersonCounty, T-Z

            2          JerseyCounty

                        JerseyCounty – Uncle Joe Page

            3          Jo Daviess County

 

95        1          Johnson County

            2          KaneCounty – Jacob K. Alschuler

                        KaneCounty, A-C

                        KaneCounty, C-F

                        KaneCounty, F-H

            3          KaneCounty, H-K

                        KaneCounty, K-M

                        KaneCounty, M

                        KaneCounty, N-R

 

96        1          Kane County, R-T

                        KaneCounty, T-Z

            2          KankakeeCounty –Frank J. Burns

                        KankakeeCounty – B.W. Alpiner

                        KankakeeCounty, A-C

                        KankakeeCounty, C-K

 

97        1          Kankakee County, K-R

                        KankakeeCounty, R-Z

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97        1          Kendall County

            2          KnoxCounty, A-H

                        KnoxCounty, H-M

 

98        1          Knox County, M-P

                        KnoxCounty, P-Z

                        KnoxCounty, - Julius Harrison

            2          LakeCounty, A-D

                        LakeCounty, D-G

                        LakeCounty, G-K

                        LakeCounty, K-M

 

99        1          Lake County, M

                        Lake County, N-Z                                                     

            2          LaSalleCounty, A-C

                        LaSalleCounty, C-H

                        LaSalleCounty, H-K

 

100      1          LaSalle County, K-N

                        LaSalleCounty, N-S

                        LaSalleCounty, S

            2          LaSalleCounty, T-Z

                        LawrenceCounty

 

101      1          Lee County, A-E

                        LeeCounty, E-Z

            2          LivingstonCounty, A-H

                        LivingstonCounty, H-P

                        LivingstonCounty, P-Z

 

102      1          Logan County, A-H

                        LoganCounty, H-M

                        LoganCounty, M-Z

            2          McDonoughCounty, A-H

                        McDonoughCounty, H-R

                        McDonoughCounty, R-Z

 

103      1          McHenry County, A-H

                        McHenryCounty, H-M

                        McHenryCounty, M-Z

            2          McLean County, A-D

                        McLeanCounty, D-H

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103      2          McLean County, H-J

 

104      1          McLean County, K-N

            2          McLean County, O-R

                        McLeanCounty, R

                        McLeanCounty, S

                        McLean County, T-Z                                                 

                        McLeanCounty –Irene C. Thielen

 

105      1          Macon County, A-D

                        MaconCounty, D-H

                        Macon County, H-K  

            2          MaconCounty, L-N

                        MaconCounty, N-T

                        MaconCounty, T-Z

 

106      1          Macoupin County, A-H

                        MacoupinCounty, H-N

                        MacoupinCounty, N-Z

                        MacoupinCounty – S.P. Preston

            2          MadisonCounty, A-C

                        MadisonCounty, C-F

                        MadisonCounty, F-H

 

107      1          Madison County, H-M

                        MadisonCounty, M

            2          MadisonCounty, N-S

                        MadisonCounty, S-V

                        MadisonCounty, V-Z

 

108      1          Marion County, A-G

                        MarionCounty, G-N

            2          MarionCounty, N-Z

                        MarshallCounty

                        MasonCounty

 

109      1          Massac County

                        MenardCounty

                        MercerCounty

                        MonroeCounty

            2          MontgomeryCounty, A-H

                        MontgomeryCounty, H-R

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109      2          Montgomery County, R-Z

 

110      1          Morgan County, A-D

                        MorganCounty, D-M

            2          MorganCounty, M-Z

                        MoultrieCounty

 

111      1          Ogle County

                        PeoriaCounty, A-C

            2          PeoriaCounty, C-G

           

112      1          Peoria County, G-K

                        PeoriaCounty, K

            2          PeoriaCounty, L-R

                       

113      1          Peoria County, S

                        PeoriaCounty, T-Z

            2          PeoriaCounty – Ray Defenbouch Co.

                        PeoriaCounty – Carl P. Slane

                        PeoriaCounty – Peoria Water Works Company

            3          PerryCounty, A-P

                        PerryCounty, P-Z

                        PerryCounty – W.H. Owen

 

114      1          Piatt County

                        PikeCounty

                        PopeCounty

            2          PulaskiCounty

                        PutnamCounty

 

115      1          Randolph County, A-F

                        RandolphCounty, F-H

                        RandolphCounty, H-S

                        RandolphCounty, S-Z

            2          RichlandCounty

                        Rock IslandCounty, A-H

 

116      1          Rock Island County, J-R

                        Rock IslandCounty, R

            2          Rock IslandCounty, S-Z

                        St. Clair County, A-C

 

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117      1          St. Clair County, D-J

            2          St. Clair County, K-O

 

118      1          St. Clair County, P-S

            2          St. Clair County, T-Z

                        St. Clair County – Grover C. Borders

                        St. Clair County – Bruce C. Campbell                                  

                        St. Clair County – F.E. Merrills

 

119      1          St. Clair County – Charles E. Plummer

                        St. Clair County – Duncan C. Smith

            2          SalineCounty, A-F

                        SalineCounty, F-P

                        SalineCounty, P-Z

 

120      1          Sangamon County, A

                        SangamonCounty, Ba

                        SangamonCounty, Be-Bl

                        SangamonCounty, Bl-Bo

                        SangamonCounty, Bra-Bre

            2          SangamonCounty, Bri-Bro

                        SangamonCounty, Bru-Bu

                        SangamonCounty, C

                        SangamonCounty, D

 

121      1          Sangamon County, E-G

                        SangamonCounty, G

            2          SangamonCounty, H

                        SangamonCounty, I-K

                        SangamonCounty, K

 

122      1          Sangamon County, L

                        SangamonCounty, Mc

                        SangamonCounty, M

            2          SangamonCounty, N

                        SangamonCounty, O-R

                        SangamonCounty, R

                                                           

123      1          Sangamon County, Sa-Sc

                        SangamonCounty, Se-Sh

                        SangamonCounty, Si-So

                        SangamonCounty, Sp –T

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123      2          Sangamon County, T-V

                        Sangamon County, Wa

                        Sangamon County, We-White

 

124      1          Sangamon County, Whi-Wo

                        SangamonCounty, Wr-Z

                        Sangamon County – V.Y. Dallman   

                        SangamonCounty – R.G. Soderstrom

            2          SangamonCounty – Anna May Price

                        SangamonCounty – Arthur P. O’Brien

                        SangamonCounty – Thomas Rees

            3          SchuylerCounty

                        ScottCounty

                        ShelbyCounty, A-B

                        ShelbyCounty, C-G

 

125      1          Shelby County, H-Ma

                        Shelby County, Me-W

                        StarkCounty

                        StephensonCounty, A-G

            2          StephensonCounty, H-S

                        StephensonCounty, S-Z

                        TazewellCounty, A-G

 

126      1          Tazewell County, H-S

                        TazewellCounty, S-Z

            2          UnionCounty, A-K

                        Union County, K-Z   

                                   

127      1          Vermilion County, A-L

            2          VermilionCounty, M-Z

            3          WabashCounty

 

128      1          Warren County

                        WashingtonCounty

                        WayneCounty

            2          WhiteCounty

                        WhitesideCounty, A-H

 

129      1          Whiteside County, H-S

                        WhitesideCounty, S-Z

                        Will County, A-B

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129      2          Will County, C-L

           

130      1          Will County, M-Z

                        Will County – Lieutenant Governor T.F. Donovan

            2          WilliamsonCounty, A-D

                        WilliamsonCounty, D-K

                        WilliamsonCounty, K-Q

                                                           

131      1          Williamson County, R-Z

                        WinnebagoCounty, A-C

            2          WinnebagoCounty, C-H

                        WinnebagoCounty, H-K

                        WinnebagoCounty, K-N

 

132      1          Winnebago County, O-V

            2          WinnebagoCounty, W-Z

                        WoodfordCounty

 

133      1-8       Unfiled CountyLetters Arranged Alphabetically [Alexander – Winnebago]

 

134      1-2       Unfiled CountyLetters, Not Arranged

            3          Miscellaneous Letters:  Autographs, Pictures, Seals, etc. – Requests Fulfilled;                                 Miscellaneous Material re: Peace, Propaganda, Preparedness

 

135      1          Carbons of Letters re Appointments of State Employees, 1939

            2          Correspondence, 1940. Not Arranged

 

                        Correspondence File – Cook County

            3          CookCounty, A

                        CookCounty, B

 

136      1          Cook County, C

                        CookCounty, Com-Con

                        CookCounty, Coo-Cor

                        CookCounty, Cra-Cro

                        CookCounty, Cu-Cy

                        CookCounty, Da-Dav

                        CookCounty, Dav – D. Davis

                        CookCounty, E. Davis – J. Davis

                        CookCounty, K. Davis-Day

                        Cook County, De-Dek                                               

                        CookCounty, Dek-Den

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136      2          Cook County, Den-Dez

                        CookCounty, Di-Do

                        CookCounty, Do-Don

                        CookCounty, Don-Dor

                        CookCounty, Dor-Doz

                        CookCounty, Dr-Du

                        CookCounty, Du-Dun

                        CookCounty, Dun-Duz

                        CookCounty, W. Frank Dunn

                        CookCounty, ChesterDavis

                        CookCounty, General Abel Davis

 

137      1          Cook County, Ea-Eg

                        CookCounty, Eg-El

                        CookCounty, El-Ep

                        CookCounty, Ep-Ez

                        CookCounty, Fe

                        CookCounty, Fl

                        CookCounty, Fl-Fo

                        CookCounty, Fo-Fos

                        CookCounty, Fos-Foz

                        CookCounty, Fre-Fri

                        CookCounty, Fri-Fu

                        CookCounty, Fu-Fz

            2          Cook County, Ga-Gardner

                        CookCounty, Gardner-Ge

                        CookCounty, Ge-Gep

                        Cook County, Gep-Gez                     

                        CookCounty, Gi-Gil

 

138      1          Cook County, A.L. Gettys Atty.

            2          Cook County, Gil-Gl             

            3          CookCounty, Go-Goo

 

139      1          Cook County, Gor-Gra

            2          Cook County, Gre-Greg                                            

                        CookCounty, Greg-Gri

 

140      1          Cook County, Gro-Gy

                        CookCounty, Ha-Hah

            2          CookCounty, Hai-Han

 

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141      1          Cook County, Har

                        CookCounty, Carter Harrison

            2          CookCounty, Hartford-Haz

           

142      1          Cook County, He-Hek

                        CookCounty, Hek-Her

                        CookCounty, Her-Hez

            2          CookCounty, William J. Hennessy

            3          CookCounty, Hi-Hil

 

143      1          Cook County, Him-Hiz

                        CookCounty, Hoa-Hoe

                        CookCounty, Hoe-Hof

                        CookCounty, Harry T. Hollingshead

            2          CookCounty, Hog-Hop

                        CookCounty, Albert Horan

                        CookCounty, Hor

 

144      1          Cook County, Hos-Hul

                        CookCounty, B.V. Hubbard

            2          CookCounty, Hum

                        CookCounty, Hum-Huz

                        Cook County, I

            3          CookCounty, Ja-Jah

 

145      1          Cook County, Jak-K. Johnson

            2          CookCounty, L. Johnson-H. Jones

                        CookCounty, H. Jones– Juz

                                                           

146      1          Cook County, Ka-Kat

            2          CookCounty, Kas-Kaz

                        CookCounty, Mayor Edward J. Kelly

                        CookCounty, Ke-Kei

 

147      1          Cook County, Kel-Kev

            2          CookCounty, Ki

            3          CookCounty, R.F. Kinsella, Div. of Oil Inspection

 

148      1          Cook County, Kl

                        CookCounty, Ernest L. Klein

                        CookCounty, Julius Klein

                        CookCounty, Kn

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148      2          Cook County, Ko-Koz

                        CookCounty, Joseph Kohn

           

149      1          Cook County, Kra-Kri

                        CookCounty, W.H. Kribley

                        CookCounty, Edward Krier

            2          CookCounty, Kru

                        CookCounty, Ku-Kz

                        CookCounty, La-Lag

 

150      1          Cook County, Lah-Laz

            2          CookCounty, Le-Lev

 

151      1          Cook County, James Levy

                        CookCounty, Levy-Lh

                        CookCounty, H.G. Lindheimer

            2          CookCounty, Li-Linn

                        CookCounty, James Weber Linn

                        CookCounty, Linn-Liz

            3          CookCounty, Lo-Loh

                                                           

152      1          Cook County, Lon-Lunde

            2          CookCounty, Lundee-Lur

                        CookCounty, Lur-Lz

                        CookCounty, Ma-Mac

 

153      1          Cook County, Mad-Maq

            2          CookCounty, Mar-Maz

 

154      1          Cook County, E.F. McDonald

                        CookCounty, McA-McCo

                        CookCounty, McCo-McD

            2          CookCounty, Major General Frank R. McCoy

                        CookCounty, McD-McGo

                       

155      1          Cook County, McGr-McM

            2          CookCounty, McM-McZ

                        CookCounty, Me-Met

 

156      1          Cook County, Mey-Miller

            2          CookCounty, Millhuff-Miz

                        Cook County, Mo-Moo                     

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157      1          Cook County, Mor-Mul

            2          CookCounty, Mum-Mz

                        CookCounty, Na-Nei

 

158      1          Cook County, Nel-Nix

                        CookCounty, No-Nol

            2          CookCounty, Noo-Nz

                        CookCounty, Oa-Oc

                        CookCounty, Oc

 

159      1          Cook County, Od-Ol

                        CookCounty, Ol-On

            2          CookCounty, Op-Oz

                        Cook County, Pa-Pao

 

160      1          Cook County, Pap-Pea

            2          CookCounty, Pec-Ph

                       

161      1          Cook County, Pi

                        CookCounty, Pl-Pos

            2          Cook County, Pot-Pri

                        CookCounty, Pri-Puz

 

162      1          Cook County, Q

                        CookCounty, Ra-Ran

                        CookCounty, Ran-Ras

            2          CookCounty, Rat-Reg

                        CookCounty, Reg-Rel

 

163      1          Cook County, Rem-Ri

            2          CookCounty, Ro-Rom

           

164      1          Cook County, Ron-Roz

            2          CookCounty, Ru-Rust

                        CookCounty, Rust-Rz

            3          CookCounty, Sa-Sal

 

165      1          Cook County, Sam-Sche

            2          CookCounty, Schi-Schm

                        CookCounty, Schm-Schr

 

166      1          Cook County, Schu-Sco

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166      1          Cook County, Sco-Scu

            2          Cook County, Sarco Company

                        CookCounty, Se-Shu

           

167      1          Cook County, Si-Sk

            2          CookCounty, Sla-I. Smith

 

168      1          J. Smith –Smythe

                        CookCounty, Joseph D. Smedberg

                        CookCounty, Sn-Sop

                        CookCounty, Sor-Spo

                        Cook County, Col. Albert A. Sprague

            2          CookCounty, Spr-Sta

 

169      1          Cook County, Ste

            2          CookCounty, Sti-Stra

 

170      1          Cook County, Stre-Sus

            2          CookCounty, Sut-Swe

                        CookCounty, Ta- Tau

                        CookCounty, Taylor

 

171      1          Cook County, Te-Tho

            2          CookCounty, Thu-Trc

 

172      1          Cook County, Tre-Tz

                        CookCounty, U

                        Cook County, Va

            2          CookCounty, Ve-Vz

                        Cook County, Wa-Walker

 

173      1          Cook County, Walko-Was

            2          CookCounty, Wat-We

                        CookCounty, We-Wec

                        CookCounty, Wec-Weh

 

174      1          Cook County, Wei

            2          CookCounty, Wel-Wet

                        CookCounty, James M. Whalen

            3          CookCounty, Wha-Whi

 

175      1          Cook County, E.J. Whitty

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175      1          Cook County, Ednyfed H. Williams

            2          CookCounty, Wic-Wim

            3          CookCounty, Win-Wis

 

176      1          Cook County, Wit-Woodhull

            2          CookCounty, Woodland-Wz

                        CookCounty, X-Y

 

177      1          Cook County, Z

                        CookCounty, A-BCookCounty (Late Correspondence)

            2          CookCounty, C-FCookCounty (Late Correspondence)

                        CookCounty, G-HCookCounty (Late Correspondence)

                        CookCounty, J-MCookCounty (Late Correspondence)

 

178      1          Cook County, N-RCookCounty (Late Correspondence)

                        Cook County, S-Z Cook County (Late Correspondence)                                                      2            Cook County, 1940 Correspondence Not Alphabetized

                       

                        Correspondence File – Out of State [Letters with Answers Filed by State]

179      1          Alabama

                        Arizona

                        Arkansas

            2          California, A-G

                       

180      1          California, H-Q

            2          California, R-Z

                        Colorado

 

181      1          Connecticut

                        Delaware

                        Florida

            2          Georgia

                        Idaho

                        Indiana – Governor McNutt

                        Indiana – A-F

 

182      1          Indiana – G-R

            2          Indiana – S-Z

                        Iowa, A-G

 

183      1          Iowa, H-Z

                        Iowa - Ex-Governor Herring

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183      1          Kansas

            2          Kentucky

                        Louisiana

                        Maine

 

184      1          Maryland

                        Massachusetts, A-Bo

                        Massachusetts, Bo-H

            2          Massachusetts, J-R

                        Massachusetts, R-Z

                        Michigan, A-H

 

185      1          Michigan, G-Z

                        Minnesota, A-J

            2          Minnesota, K-Z

                        Mississippi

 

186      1          Missouri, A-Br

                        Missouri, Br-D

                        Missouri, D-F

            2          Missouri, Mayor Dickmann

                        Missouri, F-H

                        Missouri, H-J

                        Missouri, J-M

                        Missouri, M-O

 

187      1          Missouri, P-S

                        Missouri, S-V

                        Missouri, V-Z

            2          Montana

                        Nebraska

                        Nevada

                        New Hampshire

                        New Jersey, A-Z

                       

188      1          New Mexico

                        New York, A-B

            2          New York, C-Du

                       

189      1          New York, E-He

            2          New York, Emanuel Hertz

                        New York, Hi-L

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190      1          New York, Governor Lehman-WPA Conference

            2          New York, M-Q

            3          New York, Ra-Ri

            4          New York, Franklin Roosevelt & Eleanor

                        New York, Ro-Ry

 

191      1          New York, S-Z                      

            2          North Carolina

                        North Dakota

 

192      1          Ohio, A-Q

            2          Ohio, R-Z

                        Oklahoma

                        Oregon

                       

193      1          Pennsylvania, A-M

            2          Pennsylvania, Irma N. Loeb

            3          Pennsylvania, N-Z

                        Rhode Island

 

194      1          South Carolina

                        South Dakota

                        Tennessee

                        Texas, A-F

                        Texas, F-L

            2          Texas, M-S

                        Texas, S-Z

                        Utah

                        Vermont

                                               

195      1          Virginia

                        State of Washington

                        Washington, D.C. – Senator William H. Dieterich

                        Postmaster James A. Farley

                        Washington, D.C. – John N. Garner

            2          Washington, D.C. – Sec. of Interior Harold I. Ickes

                        Washington, D.C. – Kent E. Keller   

                        Washington, D.C. – Sec. of Treasury Henry Morgenthau

                        Washington, D.C. – Scott Lucas

                        Washington, D.C. – Sec. to President M.H. McIntyre

                        Washington, D.C. – Sec. of Labor Francis Perkins

                       

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196      1          Washington, D.C. – James H. Lewis

                        Washington, D.C. – Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt

                        Washington, D.C. – President Franklin Roosevelt

            2          Washington, D.C. – Sec. of Agriculture Henry Wallace

                        Washington, D.C. – Sec. of War Harry H. Wooding

            3          Washington, D.C., A

            4          Washington, D.C., Ba-Bl

 

197      1          Washington, D.C., Bo-Cz

            2          Washington, D.C., D-F

                        Washington, D.C. – Robert Fechner

                        Washington, D.C., G

 

198      1          Washington, D.C., H

                        Washington, D.C. – J. Edgar Hoover

            2          Washington, D.C., I-K

                        Washington, D.C., K

                        Washington, D.C., L

                        Washington, D.C., Ma-Me

                        Washington, D.C., Me

 

199      1          Washington, D.C., N-P

                        Washington, D.C., Q-S

                        Washington, D.C., Sa-Se

            2          Washington, D.C. – A.J. Sabath

                        Washington, D.C. – Clyde L. Seavey

                        Washington, D.C., Si-T                     

                        Washington, D.C. – Nathan Straus

                        Washington, D.C., T-V

                        Washington, D.C. – Joel Wolfsohn

 

200      1          Washington, D.C., W-Z                     

                        West Virginia

                        Wisconsin, A-E

            2          Wisconsin, F-Sc

 

201      1          Wisconsin, Sh-Z

                        Wyoming

 

                        Correspondence File – Foreign

201      2          Belgium

                        Canada                       

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201      2          Denmark

                        England

                        France

            3          Germany

                        Greece

                        Hawaii

                        Honduras

                        Hungary

                        India

            4          Ireland

                        Italy

                        Jugoslavia

                        Mexico

                        Norway

                        Peru

                        Philippine Islands

                        Poland

                        Puerto Rico

                        Spain

 

                        Correspondence File – Personal

            5          A-B

            6          B

 

202      1          C

            2          D                                                                                            

                        E

                        F

            3          James M. Farley

                        Finnegar, Lucile and Dick

                        Harry M. Fisher

                        S.M. Frankland

            4          Bishop J. A. Griffin

            5          G

            6          H and O. H. Hall

            7          I

                        J

 

203      1          K

            2          L

            3          M

                        N

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203      3          O

            4          P

                        Q        

            5          Dr. Nathan Rosen

                        Rosenwald

                        Dr. Maurice Rubel

                        R

            6          S

 

204      1          S

            2          Carl Sandburg

                        C.K. Schwartz

                        A.L. “Tod” Sloan

                        Arthur S. Smith

                        Sister Stanisia

                        B.F. Stein and Family

                        Mrs. Paul (Edith) Steinbrecher

            3          Straus-Stern, Donald

                        T

                        U

            4          V-W

            5          W

                        Bishop John Chandler White

            6          Lloyd Whitman

                        Yondorf, Miton - Z

 

                        Correspondence File-Subjects                                               

            7          Arizona

                        Battle Creek Sanitarium

 

205      1          Birthday Greetings – 1933

                        Acknowledged Gifts – 1933

                        Birthday Greetings – 1934

            2          Birthday Greetings – 1935

                        Birthday Greetings – 1936

                        Acknowledged Gifts – 1936

                       

206      1          Birthday Greetings – 1939

            2          Birthday Greetings – 1939 – Same Day

            3          Bowers, Claude

                        Brandon, Rodney

                        Budget

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                        Chicago File

                        Christmas – 1934

           

207      1          Christmas – 1935

            2          Christmas – 1935 CookCounty

                        Christmas – 1935 Down State

                        Christmas – 1935 Out of State of Illinois

                        Christmas – 1936

            3          Governor’s Christmas Gifts – 1936

                        Commerce Commission

                        Coughlin, Father Charles F.

            4          Civil Service Commission

            5          Counties

                        The Cradle

                        Darling, Percy

            6          Dieterich, Senator William H.

                        Doyle, Howard

                        Dunham, Robert J.

                        Editorial Association

                        Fortune

            7          Foreign Correspondence

 

208      1-2       Get Well – Greetings

           

209      1          Get Well         

            2          Highways – Congress Street – Chicago

                        Highways – Elevated Highways

            3          Holidays

 

210      1          Horner, Henry – Condolences

            2          Historical - WPA

                        Horner, Albert

                        Howe, Officer John

                        Insurance                                            

            3          Insurance – Special F.J. McCarthy    

                        Insurance – Chicago Lloyd’s             

            4          Jenkins, Newton

                        Judges

                        KankakeeCounty

                        Keehn, General Roy

                        Kelly, Edward J.

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210      4          Kenlay, Floyd M.

                        Klein, Julius

            5          Legislative

                        Lucas, Scott

                        M

            6          MadisonCounty

                        Masonic Correspondence

                        Mayoralty of Chicago

 

211      1          Miscellaneous Correspondence

            2          Monroe, James

                        New Year Greetings – 1935

            3          New Year Greetings – 1936

            4          Old Age Assistance

           

212      1          Pardons and Paroles – Marowske, Stanley

                        Parsons, Claude V.

                        Peel, Peter J.

                        Peoria

            2          Printing

                        Public Service Leader

            3          Dept. of Public Works and Buildings – FoxRidgeState Park

            4          Dept. of Public Works and Buildings – Geodetic Control

                        Relief- Franklin Roosevelt Letter

            5          Replacement of Senator Lewis

                        Relief (Doering Report)

                       

213      1          Rossiter, Peter F.

                        Sabath, A.J.

                        Salaries and Budget

                        Schnarkenberg, Elmer J.

            2          Schools (Current)

                        Securities

            3          Smith, Frank L.

                        SpringfieldHospital

                        Stelk, John

                        St. Louis Post Dispatch

            4          Strikes

            5          State Fair-1940

                        Taxes

                        Thanksgiving 1939

                        Tribune

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213      5          University of Illinois

                        Washington Letters

 

214      1          Williamson, H.L.

            2          Unsorted Miscellany

 

                        Invitations

214      3          No Date 1933

                        January 1933-April 1933

 

215      1          May 1933-June 1933

            2          July 1933-September 1933

 

216      1          October 1933-December 1933

            2          April 1934-July 1934

 

217      1          August 1934-October 1934

            2          November 1934-December 1934

                        No Definite Date 1934                                                          

 

218      1          December 1934-April 1935

            2          May 1935-June 1935

 

219      1          July 1935-October1935

            2          November1935-December 1935

 

220      1          No Definite Date 1935

                        January 1936-March 1936

            2          April 1936-May 1936

 

221      1          June 1936-August 1936

            2          September 1936

 

222      1          October 1936-December 1936

            2          No Definite Date 1936

 

223      1          Correspondence-Donations (asking for), Free Tickets, Events-Aug-Nov 1936

            2          January 1937

 

224      1          February 1937-April 1937

            2          May 1937

 

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225      1          June 1937-July 1937

            2          August 1937

 

226      1          September 1937-October 1937

            2          November 1937-December 1937

                        No Specific Date 1937

                                                           

227      1          January 1938-April 1938

            2          May 1938-June1938

 

228      1          July 1938-September 1938

            2          October 1938

 

229      1          November 1938-December 1938

                        No Definite Date 1938

            2          January 1939-June 1939

                       

230      1          July 1939-December 1939

            2          January 1940-March 1940

 

231      1          April 1940-December 1940

 

                        Subject Files

            2          John Adams

                        Jane Addams

                        Administration – Data

                           Administration Accomplishments

 

232      1          Aeronautics

                           Aeronautics – Douglas Corrigan

                           Aeronautics – Wiley Post                                                                              

                           Aeronautics – Internation Air Races, Chicago

                           Aeronautics – Miscellaneous

                           Aeronautics – Clippings, Pamphlets, etc.

            2          Aeronautics – Airports – Dedication

                           Airport Dedications – October 21, 1934 (Springfield, Marion, Harrisburg, Danville,                          Peoria, Danville)

                           Airport Dedications – October 28, 1934 (Quincy, Dixon, Bloomington, Joliet)

            3          Agriculture

                           Re; New AAA Farm Bill, etc. March 19, 1938

                           Adjustment

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232      3          Agriculture

                           Corn and Corn Husking

                           Preparing Agriculture to Meet the Emergencies Which May Grow Out of the                                    European War

                           Dairy

                           Grain

                           Soy Bean

                           SpeechCentennialBuilding, October 29, 1937

            3             Illinois Agricultural Association, January 27, 1938

                           Miscellaneous

            4          Ahepa 

 

233      1          Alien

                        Alschuler, Judge Samuel

                        Altgeld, John P.

                        Alton Centennial Celebration July 21, 1937

                        Alton – Madison County Bar Association December 16, 1937

                        Alumni

                        Amboy-1934

                        American Law Institute

                        Americanization

            2          American Legion

                        American Legion-Letters

                        American Legion-Rehabilitation

                        American Legion-Poppy Day

                        Miscellaneous Speech Material

                                                           

234      1          American Legion Speeches:

                           Chicago, September & October 2, 1933 (Century of Progress)

                           Rockford – August 27, 1933

                           Jacksonville, 1934   

                           Quincy – August 24-27, 1935

                           Lincoln’s Birthday Banquet 1935

                           Chicago – Board of Trade Post September 15, 1935

                           St. Louis – September 23, 1935

                           At Tomb and Banquet – Lincoln February 12, 1936            

                           Scott Field, Belleville

                           Danville – August 24, 1936

                           Cleveland, Ohio – September 21, 1936

                           Springfield – August 30, 1937

                           Rockford – August 22, 1938

                           Chicago – September 25-28, 1939

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234      2          American Osteopathic Foundation

                        American Prison Association

                        American Rangers “Richter”

                        American Red Cross

                        American Youth Congress

                        Annual Messages [Printed Copies] and [Typed Copies]

                        Antietam Commemoration – National

                        Archives

                        Arkansas

                        Armistice

                        Army Day

                        Art

                        Arvey, Jacob

                        AugustanaCollege

 

235      1          Baby Book

                        Banking

                        Bar Association

                        Beardstown

                        Beaux Arts Ball – 1935-1938

                        Bees

                        Benton, Illinois

                        Beveridge, Senator Albert J.

                        Birthday

                        Blind

            2          BlackburnCollege – Carlinville - Commencement Exercises June 9, 1937

                        Blandinsville – Farmers’ Picnic – July 30, 1936

                        Board of Mediation

                        Bondholders

                        Books – Book Collecting

 

236      1          Boys – Young Men

                           Boys – ChicagoManualTraining School

                           Boys – Speeches

                           Boys – Newsboys

                           Boys – YMCA

                           Boys – Booklets, Clippings, etc

                        Boy Scouts – Booklets and Clippings

                        Boy Scouts – Speeches

                        Boy Scouts – Correspondence

            2          BoysState & 4H Camps

                        Brandeis, Judge Louis D.

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236      2          Brewers

                        Bridges, Horace J. – Chicago Ethical Society

                        Brimfield – Old Settlers Picnic – August 16, 1934

            3          Brotherhood Day (Letter from Franklin Roosevelt)

                        Building and Loan

                        Bullfights

                        Busch Dinner

                        Bus Tragedy 1933                                                      

                        Buy American

                           Buy Now Campaign

                        Cassidy, John E.

                        Calendar Reform

                        California

                        Cardoza, Justice Benjamin N.

                        C.C.C.

                        Carlinville

                        Centralia – Firemen and Enginemen

                                                           

237      1          Century of Progress – 1933

                           Dedication of Illinois Host House June 10, 1933

                           Chicago Day October 9, 1933

                           Governor’s Day July 20, 1933

                           Illinois Day August 11, 1933

                           Jewish Day July 3, 1933

                           New York Day September 8, 1933

                           Presentation of Cermak Picture October 9, 1933

                           Opening Day May 27, 1933

                           Women’s Dedication of Highway August 11, 1933

                           Al Smith Day October 21, 1933

                           Negro Day August 12, 1933

                           Miscellaneous

                        Century of Progress – 1934

                           Opening Day May 26, 1934

                           Closing October 31, 1934

                           Illinois Day August 17, 1934

                           N.R.A. (National Recovery Administration) Day August 2, 1934

                           World’s Fair Rally May 21, 1934

                           World’s Fair (Envelope)

            2          Cermak, A.J.

                           A.J. Cermak – Eulogy

                           A.J. Cermak – Century of Progress Picture Presentation

                           A.J. Cermak – Memorial

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237      2          Cermak, A.J.

                           A.J. Cermak

                           A.J. Cermak – Deceased

 

238      1          Charities:

                           Catholic

                           Governor Horner’s Christmas Basket 1934-1936

                           Chicago Christmas Benefit

                           Chicago Community Trust

                           Miscellaneous

                           Private Charities

                           Salvation Army

            2          Chenery Papers

            3          Chicago:

                           Citizens’ Association of Chicago

                           Chicago – Bar Association

                           Eastern Standard Time

                           Chicago Fire

                           Chicago Geographical Society

                           Chicago Historical Society

                           Chicago – History and Comments  

                           Chicago – Local Transportation – Home Rule Act

                           ChicagoManualTraining School

                           Chicago – MaternityCenter

                           Chicago – Motor Club

                           Chicago – Miscellaneous

                           Chicago Bar Association – War Commission

                           Chicago Board of Trade Post #304

                           ChicagoBrotherhoodRepublic

                           Chicago Boys’ Club

                        China

                        Christian Science

                           “What Would Lincoln Think”

 

239      1         Citizenship & Naturalization – Advisory Committee

                        Citizenship – Naturalization

                           Correspondence, Programs, etc.

                           Speeches

                        Civics and Government (American Institutions)

                        Civil Service

            2          George Rogers Clark – Memorial

                        Grover Cleveland

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239      2          Clubs

                           “Chicago Literary”

                           Jeffersonian Club

                           Jewish Club

                           Masonic                               

                           Mid-Day Club

                           Clubs Miscellaneous

                           Clubs Non-Resident

                                                           

240      1          George M. Cohan

                        Columbian Exposition

                        Columbus

                        Commencement

                        Commendation

                        Commendation – Tax

                        Communism

                        Community Drive

                        Comparison

                        Connecticut

                        Conservation

            2          Constitution Day

                        Cornerstone

                        Cotton - Clothing

                        T.J. Courtney

                        Crime Conference 1933

                        Crime Conference 1935

                        Crime Conference 1936

                         

241      1          Anti-Thief Association – Fair Grounds July 11, 1938

                        Crime Northwestern University

                        Prisons

                        Sheriffs’ Meeting Quincy November 18, 1937 Broadcast WTAD

                        St. CharlesSchool

                        State Rural Crime Authority

                        Correspondence

                        Addresses, Speeches, etc. (J. Edgar Hoover sent his addresses, talks to Horner)

                        Articles

            2          Crime – Other States

 

242      1          Criminal Identification

                           Norrell; Classification & Segregation of IL Felons

                           Hill, H. B.

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242      1          Criminal Identification

                           Kidnapping

                           Miscellaneous

                        Criticism

                        Culinary

            2          Czechoslovakia – Armenia – Greek

                        Daughters of the American Revolution

                        Davis, General Abel

                        Decatur

                           Decatur and MaconCountyHospital Association

            3          Dedications – Armories

                           Dixon Armory, October 5, 1939

                           Rock Island Armory-March 8, 1936

                           Rock Island Armory, November 11 1937

                           Rockford Armory, January 14, 1937

                           Springfield Armory, November 27, 1936

                           Waukegan, October 17, 1936

 

243      1          Dedications – Bridges

                           Bridges 

                           DixonBridge October 5, 1939

                           Chicago Outer Bridge Drive October 5, 1937

                           HavanaBridge October 10, 1937

                           Spring ValleyBridge September 19, 1937

                           Bettendorf-MolineBridge

                           HannibalBridge September 4, 1936

                           Kingshighway Viaduct

                           LaconBridge

                           MeredosiaBridge November 25, 1936

                           StreatorBridge

                           Savana-SabulaBridge

            2          Dedications – Roads

                           Carlinville Road

                           Pearl Road

                           New Stony Island Ave. Highway

                           Villa Grove Road

                        Dedications

                           Dixon State Highway Garage

                           Statue to Francisco Vigo

                           Stone Lodge – GiantCityState Park August 30, 1936

                           Lincoln-Douglas Memorial – WashingtonPark – Quincy September 1936

                           LincolnLogCabinState Park August 27, 1936

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243      2          Dedications

                           Picadilly Theatre

                           Post Office September 28, 1934

                           Rainey Monument August 12, 1937                       

 

244      1          DeKalb – HopkinsPark Celebration September 13, 1934

            2          Democrats

                           Young Democrats Convention Peoria June 9, 10, 1939

                           Young People Rally September 14, 1938

                           Country Towns Picnic August 27, 1938

                           Young Democratic Rally – Fair Grounds October 21, 1937

                           Young Peoples Downstate Democratic Club June 11, 1937

                           Democratic – Victory Dinner March 4, 1937

                           Democratic Roundup September 18, 1935

                           Illinois Veterans League Springfield

                           Democratic Editors June 29, 1935

                           Young Peoples Democratic Club, Springfield May 26, 1935

                           State Convention 1934       

                           Cook CountyConvention, Chicago 1934

                           Democratic Speech Fair Grounds 1933

                           Democratic Speech Fair Grounds August 26, 1931

                           Democratic Cook County Convention  1932

                           Democratic Speeches (1932)

                           Democratic Resolution

 

245      1          Democratic Speeches

                        Books and Pamphlets

                        Democratic Convention September 8, 1938

                        Democratic State Convention May 1, 1936

                        Democratic Convention – Philadelphia June 23-27, 1936

            2          Democratic State Convention 1928

            3          Campaign Speeches 1936

 

246      1          Denmark

                        Dental – Illinois Dental Society

                        Dix, Dorothea L.

                        Dogs and Horses (Mansion Dog Show)

            2          Douglas, Stephen A.

                        Druggists

                        Dunne, Edward E.

                        Dwight (VeteransHospital)

                        Economic

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246      3          Education

                           Correspondence

                           Expenditures, etc.

                           Pamphlets and Clippings

                           Speeches

                           Teachers’ Association, Springfield December 2, 1937

                           Radio Address

 

247      1          Efficiency

                        Emergency Relief

                        Electors

                        Governor Emmerson

                        Emotions

                           Fear

                           Laughter and Happiness

                           Miscellaneous

                        Endorsements & Acceptances

                           Messages   Re:  Appointees

                        England

                        Evans, “Chick”

            2          Fairs

                           Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs January 9, 1936

                           Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs February 3, 1938

                           Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs January 27, 1938

                           World’s Fair, etc.

                           Chicago – Worlds Fair Exposition 1893

                        Fair Trade

            3          Family Tree

            4          Farley, James A.

                           Farley Day July 14, 1934

                           Farley Testimonial Dinner February 15, 1937

                           Farley Miscellaneous Address

 

248      1          Farmers’ Institute

                        Fathers’ Day

                        Fashion

                        Federal Agencies

                        Federal Correspondence

                        Federal Housing Act

            2          Federal Job Applications

                        Federal Judges

                        Federal Judgeship – Adair, J. LeRoy

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248      2          Federal Land Bank

                        Federal Post Office - Menard

                        Federal Program

                        Federal Processing Tax

                        Federal Public Works

                        Federal  Speakership

            3          Fellowship – Friendship

                        Ferguson Fund

                        Finland

                        Fire Prevention

                        Fireworks

                        Fitzhenry, Judge Louis

 

249      1          Flags

            2          Flood – 1937

                           Flood-1937

                           Correspondence

                           Eastern States 1936

                           East 1938

                           Harrisburg

                           Flood Relief in Illinois

            3          Flood Relief Plan-6th Corps Area – 1940

           

250      1          Florida [St. Petersburg]

                        Foreign Debts Resolution

                        Foreign Trade

                        Foreign Trade Committee – MississippiValley Association

                        Foreman, Gen. Milton J.

                        Foster & Kimball Avenues (Chicago Bus Lines)

                        Fourth Presbyterian Church

                        Fourth Supreme Court Judicial District

                        France [France-American Society]                                                    

                        Franklin, Benjamin

                        France [France-American Society]

                        Fraternity

                        Free Speech

                        Friendship

            2          Games

                           Chess

                           Checkers

                        Georgia Warm Springs

           

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250      3          German

                           Articles

                           Germania Broadcast July 28, 1936

                           German Club of Chicago

                           German Correspondence

                              Klein, Julius

                           German Refugees

                           Speech Material

 

251      1          Gibbons, Floyd

                        Gilman

                        Gold Cases

                        Government – Local

                        Governor’s Christmas Fund

                        Governor’s Christmas Message

            2          Governors’ Conference 1933-1936

            3          Governors’ Conference 1937-1940

           

252      1          Governor’s Guard

                        Governor’s Secretaries 

            2          Graduation

                        Grand Army of the Republic

                        Grand Juries

                        Grant, General U.S.

                        Great Lakes Naval Training Station

                        Greek Literature and History – AHEPA

                        Greeks

                        Greeley, Horace                                                         

                        Gridiron Club

                        Guild

            3          Handicraft

                        Hansberry Case

                        Happy New Year Club

                        Harrison, Carter

                        Hawaii

                        Health

                        HenryCounty

                        Henry Horner Company

                        Heroism

                        Hibernias

            4          Historical

           

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253      1          Historical Dates – January-December

            2          Historical Society

                        Hobby

                        Hochstadter, Gus

                                                           

254      1          Holidays

                           Christmas

                           Easter

                           Fourth of July

                           Halloween

                           New Year

                           St. Patrick

                           St. Valentine

                           Thanksgiving

                        Home Rule

                        Homes – Miscellaneous

                        Honorary Memberships

            2          Hospitals

                           St. JohnsHospital – Springfield

                           Jewish Hospitals

                           Miscellaneous

                        Hotels

                           National Convention -American Hotel Assn., St. Louis   Sept. 18, 1936

                        Humor

                        Hunger March

 

255      1          Illinois Alumni Foundation Committee

                        Illinois Bell Telephone Company

                        Illinois Budgetary Commission

                        Illinois Capitals & Capitols of the State

                        Illinois Central

                        Illinois College-Jacksonville

                        Illinois Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club

                        Illinois Firemen’s Association State Biennial Appropriation

                        Illinois Firemen’s Association, Inc., June 9-12, 1936

                        Illinois Historical Society

                           Unveiling of Portrait of Dr. Otto L. Schmidt, December 3, 1936

                        Illinois – Know Illinois – Radio Talks 1938

            2          Illinois – “Do You Know Illinois”

            3          Illinois-MichiganCanal [Contains Twenty-Three Page Report by Otto Kerner]

           

 

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256      1          Illinois – Miscellaneous

                        Illinois News Bureau

                        Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home Quincy

                        Illinois State Bar Association

                        IllinoisState Detective Association

                        IllinoisState Journal

                        IllinoisState Register

                        IllinoisState Teachers’ Pension and Retirement Fund

                        Illinois Workers Alliance

                        Immigration

            2          Inaugural, January 9, 1933

                        Inaugural Messages

 

257      1          Inauguration – 1933 – Horner – Invitations

            2          Inauguration – 1937 – Horner

            3          Inauguration – Washington

            4          Inauguration – Washington, 1937

                                               

258      1          Industrial M. S. Company

                        Industry

                        India

                        Indian

                        Indiana

                        Indian Summer

            2          Insane – Mental Health Issues

            3          Installation – CookCounty Officers

                           Induction – Mayor Kelly – Chicago

                           Induction – Mayor Dickman – St. Louis

                           Induction – Mayor McCluggage – Peoria

                           Installation – Judicial and Banquets

 

259      1          Insurance

            2          International Association of Public Employment Services, Quebec-22nd Annual                                 Convention

                        International Association of Governmental Labor Officials

                        International Union Against Tuberculosis

                        Interstate Prison Commission

                        Ireland

            3          Iroquois Club

                        Iroquois Illinois League

                       

 

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259      4          Italian

                           Arrival of Balbo July 15, 1933

                           Correspondence, etc.

                           Marconi

                           Servius Tullius Stone – Lincoln Tomb October 11, 1936

                           Speech

 

260      1          Jackson, Andrew

                        Jackson Day Dinner – Springfield, 1936, 1940

                        Jacksonville

                           IllinoisCollege Commencement Exercises June 7, 1937

                           McMurrayCollege

                        Jarecki

                        Jefferson

                        Jefferson Memorial

                        Jeffersion

            2          Jewish

                           American Jewish Committee also Congress

                           Anti-Defamation league

                           Bible

                           B’Nai B’rith

                           Confirmation

                           Correspondence

 

261      1          Haym Salomon

                        Maccabees

                        National Conference Jewish Social Welfare

                        Palestine

                        Rabbi Saul Silber

                        Refugees

                        War Veterans

                        Women

                        Youth 

            2          Jewish Pamphlets, Booklets, etc.

 

262      1          Material-Re:  Jewish Charities and Miscellaneous

                           American and Illinois

                        Articles

                        Correspondence

                        Jewish Charities:  Hebrew – Immigrant and Society

                        Pamphlets, Notations, & Clippings

                        Selden Street Property

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262      1          Speeches

                        Speeches – Parts of

                        Young Men’s Jewish Charities

                       

263      1          Jewish – Holidays

                           Chanukah

                           New Year

                           Passover

                           Pesach

                           Purim

                           Rosh Hashanah

                           Shabuoth

                           Succoth

                           Yom Kippur

            2          J.D.C. – Jewish – Correspondence and Reports        

                                   

264      1          Jews – Joint Distribution

                           Articles

                           Clippings, Brochures, Booklets, etc.

                           Executions

                           Miscellaneous Cards (Parts of Speeches)

            2          Speeches

                           County Fair, K.A.M.Temple

                           Gus Hochstadter

                           Hebrew Theological College

                           Joint Distribution – Speeches

                           Menorah

                           Miscellaneous

                           President’s Comments

                           Social Centers

                           Talmud

                           TempleSholem – Chicago

                           TempleSimai

 

265      1          Joyce, Judge M.Y.

                        Judges

                        Judicial Candidates – June 1939

                        Judicial Convention, 1938

                        Judicial Election

                        Judiciary

                        Judiciary Courts

                        Juries – Women

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265      1          Juvenile Delinquency

                        Juvenile Delinquency – Danville Meeting May 11, 1938

            2          Kankakee

                        Kaskaskia

                        Edward J. Kelly – Unveiling of Picture

                        Kentucky

                        Key

                        Kerner Matter

                        Kidnapping

                        Kings Home

                        Kipplinger Letter

                        Ku Klux Klan

            3          KnoxCollege

                           Commencement June 14, 1933

                           Rededication of Old Main June 15, 1937

                           Miscellaneous

           

266      1          Labor

                        Labor Day

                           State Fair Grounds September 7, 1936

                           Miscellaneous

                        Labor Party, 1938

                        LaFayette

                        LaFollette

                        LaGuardia, Fiorallo

                        LaRabida Jackson Park Sanitarium                                                   

                        Law

            2          Law Club

            3          Law Schools

 

267      1          Leaders in Country Towns in CookCounty Outside of Chicago

                        League of Nations

                        Lee, Robert E.

                        Legislation Prior to 1925

                        Legislation 1925

                        Legislation 1927

                        Legislation 1929

                        Legislators

                        Legislators’ Associations

            2          Letters to All Mayors & Chairmen of CountyBoards

                        Letters to Directors & Offices  Re:  Budget

                        Lehman, Governor Herbert H.

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267      2          Lewis, James Hamilton

                        Liberalism

                        Liberty

                           Statue of Liberty

268      1          Libraries

                           American Library Association

                           Illinois Library Association

                           Libraries

                           Morrison and Mary Wiley Library Corporation

                           MountHopeTownship Library

            2           

                           A. Lincoln Assoc. Dinner February 12, 1937

                           Correspondence

                           Illinois State Historical Library – Re:  H.H. Lincoln Collection

                           Letters Purchase

                           Lincoln

                           Lincoln-Douglas Memorial, Quincy October 13, 1936

                           Lincoln Memorial

                           Lincoln Messages 1935-1936

                           Lincoln Trail

                           Visitors Schedule on Lincoln’s Birthday, 1935

            3          “The American Ideal”- Speech

                        American Legion Pilgrimage to Tomb and Banquet, February 1935

                        American Legion Pilgrimage to Tomb and Banquet, February 1936

            4          American Legion Pilgrimage to Tomb and Banquet, February 1937

                        American Legion Pilgrimage to Tomb and Banquet, February 1938

 

269      1          Speeches

                           Booth, John Wilkes

                           Christian Science Monitor

                           Demolay  “The Cordon”

                           Fort Dearborn-Dedication-Century of Progress

                           “Kentonian”

                           The “Lawyer”

                           Life of Lincoln

                           Lincoln, Illinois Celebration

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1933

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1934

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1935

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club – Ambassador Augusto Rosso – February 11, 1935

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club – Japanese Ambassador Saito – February 11, 1935

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club – Rev. Henry John Cody – February 11, 1935 

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269      1             Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1936

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1937

                           Mid-Day Luncheon Club Celebration 1938                          

            2             Miscellaneous

            3             Miscellaneous

 

270      1             Name Plate at Home, 1938

                           Servius Tullius Stone – Tomb October 11, 1936

                           Sunday Evening Club, Gov. Clyde Hoey, February 13, 1938

                           Quotations

            2          Linn, James Weber

            3          Liquor

                           Advisory & Commission

                           Commendations

                           Correspondence

                           First National Liquor Conference June 18, 1934

                           Legislation

                           Miscellaneous

            4          Livestock

                        Loans

                        Long, Senator Huey P.

                        Loyola

                        Lucas, Scott

                        Lynching

 

271      1          McCormick, Colonel R.R.

                        McDonald, Commander E.F. Jr.

                        McNutt, Paul V.

            2          Maccabees

                        Macoupin County

                        Maps

                        Markham, Edwin

                        MarmionMilitaryAcademy – Aurora

            3          Marriage

                        Marshall, John

                        Marshall, Louis

                        Maryland

            4          [Masonic] Dearborn Lodge

            5          Masonic – Eastern Star

            6          [Masonic] – Grand Lodge

 

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272      1          [Masonic] – Grand Lodge – Legislation

                        Masonic – Grand Rapids 33rd Degree

                        Consistency

                        Correspondence

                        Grand Lodge Oration – Tolerance

                        Victor Hume

                        Presenting M.M. Johnson, April 6, 1938

                        Miscellaneous

            2          Masonic – Booklets, Pamphlets, etc.

           

273      1          Mattoon Speech (Lincoln)

                        Means, Gaston B.

                        Mayor’s Conference

            2          Mayorality

            3          Medicine

                           State Medical Society

                           Osteopathy

                           Miscellaneous

            4          Memorials

            5          Memorial Day

                           Memorial Day Parade – 1933-1940

                           Memorial Day-Sycamore

                           Memorial Day Exercises        

            6          Mexico

                       

274      1          James Millikin University – Decatur

                        Mother (Miscellaneous Excerpts) – Mother’s Day

            2          Movie

            3          Mines

                        Ministers

                        Miscellaneous

                        Money

                        MorganCounty

                        Music

            4          Names – Prominent People

                        Names – Republican Names for Committees

                                                           

275      1          Naperville

                        Narcotics

            2          National Association of Assessing Officers, 1936, 1938

                        National Association of State Aviation Officials, September 23-26, 1936, 1937-1939

                                                           

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275      2          National Association of State Aviation Officials, Cincinnati, October 12-14, 1933

                        National Association of State Tax Administrators, 1935

                        National Campaign

                        National Championship Outboard Trophy Races

                        National Conference of Juvenile Agencies, Indianapolis, May 24-28, 1937

                        National Conference of Juvenile Agencies, 1935

                        National Conference on Labor Legislation (Third)

                        National Conference of Social Work, Indianapolis, May 23-29, 1937

                        National Conference of Social Work, May 24-30, 1936

                        National Conference of State Liquor Administrators

                        National Council of the Yorktown Memorial Institute

                        National Defense

                        National Democratic Women’s Organizations

                        National Exhibition of American Art, May 18, 1936, 1937, 1939

                        National Future Farmer Judging Contest

                        NationalGarden and Flower Show

            3          National Guard

                           CampGrant – Rockford 1933-1939

                           A Century of Progress – Illinois Day 1933            

                           Miscellaneous Speeches

                           33rd Division W.V. Association

 

276      1          National Institute of Public Affairs

                        National League of Compulsory Education Officials, 1935

                        National Legislation

                        National Organizations

                        National Parole Conference, 1939

            2          National Recreation Congress

            3          National Reemployment Committee

                        National Recovery Act (N.R.A.)

                           John E. Cassidy

                           Thomas B. Marshall – N.R.A., Roberts, F. L.

                        NationalRivers and Harbors (Illinois) Congress, 1933-1938

                        National Safety

                       

277      1          National Tax Association Conference 1935-1937

            2          National Tax Association Conference 1938-1940

            3          National Youth Administration

 

278      1          Nature [Flowers]

                        Navy

                        Nazi

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278      2          Negro

                           Julius Rosenwald Fund

                           Miscellaneous

                           Tuskegee Institute

                           UnionBaptistChurch

            3          New Deal

                        New England

                        New Hampshire

                        New Mexico

            4          New Salem

                           Dedication, October 29, 1933

                           State Park Program, June 1937

                           Final Dedication, June 17, 1937

                           Post Office Dedication, February 12, 1940

            5          News

                        Newspapers

                        Newspapers – Associated Foreign Language

                       

279      1          New Year 1934-1938

                        New Years Day Broadcast

            2          Niagara Falls

                        Normal Schools

                        North American Wildlife Conference

                        North Carolina

                        Northwest Territory

                        Northwestern University

            3          Norway – American Minister

                        Norwegian Decoration

                        Norwegian Centennial – Ottawa June 23, 1934

                        Norwegian Pioneers

                        Miscellaneous

                                                           

280      1          Notre Dame

                           Notre Dame University, Indiana

                           NotreDameAcademy, Belleville, Illinois

            2          Florence Nightingale

                        Nursing

                        Nurse’s Contribution to Health Education

                        Oaks Commission - Rest Haven                                                        

                        Obituary

                        O’Brien, Martin J.

                        O’Hara, Barrett

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280      2          OhioValley Improvement Association

                        O K

                        Old Age Pension

                        Old Age

                        Old Settlers’ Picnic (Clinton)

                        Old Soldier

                        Olney Jeffersonian Meeting

                        Opportunity

 

281      1          Organizations

                           Eagles

                           Elks

                           Key Club

                           Kiwanis

                           Lions

                           Moose

                           Oddfellows and Rebekahs

                           Rotary

                           Y.M.C.A.

            2             Out-of-State - Miscellaneous

            3          Page, Uncle Joe

                        Pageant (Roosevelt-Telegrams To & From)

                        Pan American

            4          Pardons and Paroles

                           CentralState Parole – Conference June 28, 1934

                           Interstate Compacts

                           Miscellaneous

                           Veto – House Bill 382

            5          Park Consolidation

                        Park Employees Annuity & Benefit Fund

                        General Parker

                        Party Cab Company

                        Past Appointments

                       

282      1          Patriotic Addresses

                           4 Minute Men

                           Fourth of July

                           Miscellaneous

            2          Patronage

                        Pere Marquette

                        PereMarquetteState Park

                        Peace

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282      2          Peoria

                        Peoria Political Situation                                                        

                        Permanent Registration

            3          Personal Eulogies

                       

283      1          Pharmaceutical Association

                        Pinckneyville

                        Pioneers

                        Plumbing

            2          Planning Commission – Illinois

            3          Poetry and Prose

 

284      1          Polish

                           Polish Gold Star Mothers and Fathers 1934

                           Miscellaneous

                           National Alliance Constitution Day Celebration May 1936

                           The Polish Daily News

            2          Political – 1934 Campaign

                           Chicago 1934

                           Jacksonville 1934

                        Political 1936

                        Political 1938

                           Republican

                           Alderman Arvey

                           Highland, IL

                        Political 1939

 

285      1          Political 1940

                           Governor Horner’s Decision Not to Run

                           Primary April 9, 1940

            2          Poppy Day

                        Miscellaneous

                        National Association of Postmasters Banquet September 26, 1935     

                        Postal Rates               

                        Rural Carriers

            3          Presidential Inauguration, 1937 – Invitations, etc.

                        President’s Birthday Ball, 1936

                        President’s Birthday Ball, 1937-1938

                        President’s Birthday Ball, 1939-1940

                        Presidents of the United States

             

 

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286      1          Press

                           Daily Newspaper League of Illinois Convention May 9, 1938

                           Illinois Daily League May 7, 1936

                           Democratic Editorial Association April 25, 1936

                           Foreign Newspapers

            2             Miscellaneous

            3          Probate Court

                           50th Anniversary

                           Correspondence

                           Miscellaneous

                           Portrait

                           Speeches

                           Wills

           

287      1          James C. King

            2          Probation

                        Proclamations

            3          Prohibition

                           Governor’s Message to Senate January 22, 1934

                           Pamphlets

                           Debates and Miscellaneous

            4          Publicity

                        Purple Heart, Military Order of

                        PWA

            5          Race Discrimination

            6          Miscellaneous

                        Germania Broadcast July 28, 1936

 

288      1          Radio

                           KMOX

                           WBBM

                           WJJD

                           WMAQ – Answering Landon’s Acceptance Speech July 28, 1936

                           WMAQ

                           WMBD – Peoria September 18, 1937

                           WTAD

                           WQPC – Chicago

                           WQPS                     

            2          Railroads

                           Railroad Trainmen Brotherhood October 19, 1936

                           Railroad – Christening of the “Abraham Lincoln”

            3          Rainey Monument Dedication – Carrollton

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289      1          Reapportionment

                        Reconstruction Finance Corporation

                        Recreation

                           National Recreation Congress October 1, 1935

                        Red Cross

                           State Meeting October 22, 1935

                           Miscellaneous

                        Redistricting

            2          Michael Reese Hospital

            3          Rehearsal Club

                        Rehearsal Club – Christmas Spirit

                        Rehearsal Club – Henry I Play

 

290      1          Rehearsal Club – Hymn Book

            2          Relief

            3          Relief-ChicagoMaternityCenter

           

291      1          Relief – Old

                        Relief – Speeches

                        Relief – Flood 1936

            2          Religion

                           Catholic

                           Bishop Griffin

                           St. Joseph’s Church Homecoming – September 18, 1936

                           Cardinal Mundelein                                    

                           St. Patrick’s Parish – LaSalle May 29, 1938

           

292      1          Religion

                           Christ – Crucifixion, etc.

                           Episcopal

                           National Conference of Jews and Christians

                           World Fellowship of Faiths

                           Miscellaneous

            2          Repeal Convention

                        Republican

                           State Convention August 9, 1934 [Miscellaneous]

                        Revenue

                        Rhode Island

                        Roche, Emma – Opinion on Estate

            3          Rockford Speech

                           Centennial May 20, 1934

                           Swedish Festival September 14, 1936

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292      3          Rockford Speech

                           Miscellaneous

            4          Rock Island

                        Rockne Memorial

                        Rogers, John

                        Rogers, Will

                       

293      1          Roosevelt, Franklin D.

                          Arrival –Chicago August 9, 1934

                          Birthday Party 1934-1938

                          Chicago – Springfield 1932

                          Correspondence

                          Miscellaneous

                          “Peace”

            2          Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.

                        Roosevelt, Theodore

            3          Rosenwald, Julius

                           Biography

                           Museum of Science and Industry

            4          Rosenthal (Benj. J.) Foundation

                        Rushville

 

294      1          Safety Campaign

            2          St. Louis

            3          Sales Tax

                        Salem

                           MarionCounty, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Reunion July 28, 1936

                           MarionCounty, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Reunion July 28, 1937

                        SangamonCounty

                        Sangamon CountyPrecinct Returns

 

295      1          Sandburg, Carl

                        Sarah Hackett Stevenson Lodging House

                        Saturday Evening Post

                        Schmidt, Minna M.

                        Schmidt, Dr. Otto L.

            2          Scholarships

                        School Aid & Radio Talk March 25, 1934

                        Schools Books, Pamphlets and Speech Material

                        Schools Citizens Save Our School Committee

                        School Distribution Fund

                        School Safety Patrols

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                        “Teacher Who Taught the Governor”

            3          Scotland

                           St. Andrew Society

                        Scrip File

                        Seasons

                        Shakespeare

                        Shawneetown

                        Sheridan, Philip H.

                        Sheriffs

                        Ships

                        Showmen’s League

                        Silver

                        Slot Machines

                        Small, Governor Len

                        Smith, Alfred E. – Tammany etc

                       

296      1          Social Welfare

                        Soil Conservation

                        Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Reunion – Salem July 29, 1936

                        South America

                        South Carolina

                        Southern Illinois Reciprocal Trade Association

                        Spirit of Lawlessness

            2          Sports

                           Baseball

                           Bicycle

                           Bowling

                           Boxing

                           Fishing

                           Football

                           Football Dinner for Coach Zuppke

                           Golf

                           Miscellaneous

                           Sports Political Speech

                           Racing

 

297      1          Springfield

                           Centennial October 1937

                           Charities

                           Civic Orchestra Association

                           Springfield Guide & Tour Service

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                           LincolnMemorialGarden

                           LakeSpringfield

                        Stadium

                        State Convention

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               Boys’ School – 1933

               Correspondence

                           Governor’s Day – August 24, 1933

               National Swine Growers Show – August 22, 1933

               News Releases, Clippings, Pamphlets

               Radio Address-WLS – August 21, 1933

               Veteran’s Day – August 20, 1933

3          State Fair – 1934

               Boys’ School – August 24, 1934

               Correspondence

               Governor’s Day – August 23, 1934

               National Swine Growers Show

               News Releases, Clippings, Pamphlets

               Radio Address-WLS – August 20, 1934

               Veteran’s Day – August 19, 1934

 

298      1          State Fair – 1935  

                           Boys’ School

               Correspondence

               Floriculture

               Governor’s Day – August 18, 1935

               News Releases, Clippings, Pamphlets

               Radio Address-WLS – August 17, 1935

               Veteran’s Day – August 18, 1935

            2          State Fair – 1936        

               Boys’ School – August 17, 1936

               Correspondence

               Governor’s Day

               News Releases, etc.

               Radio Address – August 15, 1836

               Republican Day – August 19, 1936

               Veteran’s Day – August 16, 1936

3          State Fair – 1937

               Correspondence

               Governor’s Day – August 19, 1937

               Miscellaneous

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                           Radio Address-WCBS & WLS – August 14, 1937

               Veterans Day – August 15, 1937

 

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