Leroy F. Jackson Papers

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Overview of the Collection

Title: Leroy F. Jackson Papers
Dates (inclusive): 1830-1994
Bulk dates: 1900-1936
Collection Number: mssJackson papers
Creator: Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958
Extent: 1,457 items in 13 boxes
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Architecture Collections
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2129
Email: reference@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: The collection consists of the papers of Professor Leroy F. Jackson (1881-1958), an educator actively involved in the education of Native Americans in the early 20th century. The material focus on the the following subjects: early missions and missionaries to Native Americans in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin; Indian schools in Alaska and New Mexico; the Navajo; the Hopi; the public school and university in America and American education; progressive education; probation and the juvenile court.
Language: English.

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[Identification of item]. Leroy F. Jackson Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance

The collection was given to the Huntington Library by Ruth W. Jackson in three separate gifts in 1986, 1994, and 1998.

Biographical Note

Professor Leroy Freeman Jackson (1881-1958), born July 15, 1881, in London, Ontario, Canada, moved with his family to North Dakota in the early 1890s. Jackson received his bachelors degree in 1902 from the University of North Dakota. In 1905 he married Emilie Caroline Baehr; they had two children, Robert Charles and Ruth Allene. In 1909 Jackson received his masters degree from the University of Chicago and in 1912 he went to Harvard for a year to conduct research under Frederick Jackson Turner. After several years of holding teaching positions throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, Jackson began teaching at the State College of Washington in Pullman, where he ultimately became acting Head of the Social Science Division. His teaching career was put on hold during World War I, when in 1917, Jackson went overseas to serve as first lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps. He later served with the Army Educational Corps as the conductor of the Citizenship Institutes. In 1921 he moved to Burnsville, North Carolina, to become director of the Stanley McCormick School (which later became the Carolina New College), an experimental progressive education school funded by Nettie Fowler McCormick. When the school closed down in 1928, Jackson became Dean of the College of the City of Asheville in North Carolina.
Jackson went to work for the United States Indian Service in 1932 and would spend the next four years working with Native American students. The Indian Service first sent him to Alaska to be the director of the newly established Wrangell Institute, which included students from the Tlingit and Yakama tribes. In 1934, Jackson was sent to Fort Wingate, New Mexico to work with the Navajo as director of the Charles H. Burke School. In 1935 he was transferred to the Taos Day School. In 1936 Jackson retired from teaching and moved to Olympia, Washington where he worked for the State Department of Social Security. Jackson was the author of several published articles, monographs, and children's books of nursery rhymes, including The Peter Patter Book (1918) and Jolly Jinks Song Book (1922). He died in Pomona, California, in 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains the papers of Professor Leroy F. Jackson (1881-1958), an educator actively involved in the education of Native Americans in the early 20th century. The material focus on the the following subjects: early missions and missionaries to Native Americans in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin; Indian schools in Alaska and New Mexico; the Navajo; the Hopi; the public school and university in America and American education; progressive education; probation and the juvenile court.
The papers consist of the following series:
1. General Manuscripts (Box 1), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. Most of these items are written by Leroy Jackson; however, there are a few items by other people including Ben Bergunder, David Greene, William Hobart Hare, and Isabella Riggs Williams. This material includes essays, notes, research material, speeches, articles, poems, and short stories. The manuscripts deal with the following subjects: early missions and missionaries in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin; the Navajo and Hopi tribes; American history; and America's role in World War I. This material also includes some biographical material on Leroy Jackson, including completed job applications.
2. Correspondence (Boxes 2-4), is arranged alphabetically by author and addressee. There are 529 pieces of correspondence, of which 133 are written by Leroy Jackson. Other authors included in the correspondence are: Walter Greenwood Beach, John Collier, John Johnson Enmegahbowh, Joseph Alexander Gilfillan, Mabel Dodge Luhan, W. Carson Ryan, Alfred L. Riggs, Thomas Lawrence Riggs, Frederick Jackson Turner, and several other missionaries, historians and professors of history from various universities in the United States. The majority of the correspondence deals with early missions and missionaries in Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. A few of the letters talk about the Indian Schools where Jackson taught, as well as the Navajo and Hopi Indians. The correspondence also deals with Jackson's campaign to keep the Carolina New College open, and his search for a teaching position after the school closed (as well as several other times in his life when he found himself unemployed); many of the pieces are letters of recommendation written by Jackson's friends and colleagues.
3. Education Items (Boxes 5-9), are made up of manuscripts and ephemera related to Jackson's education and teaching career; it also includes items regarding American education and the roles of schools and universities in the United States. The manuscripts, mostly written by Jackson, are arranged alphabetically by author and title. These include essays, notes, research material, and papers written by Jackson while he was in college. Also included are reports, school assignments, and letters written by Jackson's students. The ephemera, arranged by topic, includes photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, and publications. Most of the ephemera was collected by Jackson while he was living in New Mexico. The ephemera also includes several items from the Indian Schools including artwork by the students, yearbooks and newspapers. There are also photographs of the students and campuses of the Carolina New College, Wrangell Institute and the Charles H. Burke School. The ephemera also includes brochures and publications from several American universities, as well as some experimental progressive education schools. Both the manuscripts and ephemera deal with the following subjects: progressive education and the American university; the development of school curriculums; the Carolina New College; the Wrangell Institute and several Alaskan Indian tribes; the Charles H. Burke School and the Navajo and Hopi Indians; the Taos Day School and the Pueblo Indians; world history; and probation and the juvenile court.
4. General Ephemera (Boxes 10-12), is arranged by topic, and include photographs, documents, articles, magazine illustrations, newspaper clippings, and maps. The general ephemera deals with the following subjects: Jackson's service during World War I; American southwest archaeology; Southwest Native Americans, including their ceremonial dances, and arts and crafts; New Mexico tourism; World War I; and World War II. Jackson collected the material regarding World War II to write several published articles concerning America's role in the war. The box of index cards contains Jackson's research material for his thesis regarding early Native American missions.
5. Oversize Items (Box 13), are arranged alphabetically by author and title. This material includes six essays and one piece of correspondence. These items were removed from the General Manuscripts series and the Education Manuscripts series and deal with education and American history.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in the following series:
  1. General Manuscripts
  2. Correspondence
  3. Education Manuscripts
  4. General Ephemera
  5. Index Cards
  6. Oversize Items
All items are arranged alphabetically by author, then title or addressee, except the ephemera, which is arranged according to subject.

Indexing: Added Entries

Blaine, Anita McCormick -
Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter (1931, Mar. 28). Box 3 (6)
Bureau of Indian Affairs -
Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter [between 1932 and 1934]. Box 3 (10)
Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866 -
Addressee of David Greene, 1797?-1886, letter [between 1831 and 1836]. Box 2 (83)
Collier, John, 1884-1968 -
Addressee of seven Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letters (1934-1935). Box 3 (16)
Addressee of William H. Zeh, Thomas Dodge, and F. M. Parker letter (1934, June 21). Box 4 (108)
Frazier, Lynn J. (Lynn Joseph), 1874-1947 -
Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter (1932, Feb. 21). Box 3 (26)
Pond, Samuel W. (Samuel William) -
Addressee of fourteen Thomas S. (Thomas Smith) Williamson letters (1839-1849). Box 4 (100)
Riggs, Thomas Lawrence, 1847-1940 -
Addressee of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letter ([19]12, July 5). Box 3 (61)
Ryan, W. Carson (Will Carson), b. 1885 -
Addressee of John Collier, 1884-1968, letter (1934, Jan. 31). Box 2 (49)
Addressee of Emilie Baehr Jackson letter (1932, Aug. 15). Box 3 (1)
Addressee of six Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, letters (1932-1941). Box 3 (62)
Addressee of Roy Nash letter (1933, Oct. 21). Included with Roy Nash letter to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1933, Oct. 21). Box 3 (54)
Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932 -
Note on Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Some Phases of German-American Influence in the Formation of the Republican Party (1913, June 9). Box 6 (22)

Indexing: Subjects

The following subjects were not subject indexed due to the number of items in which they occur: Carolina New College, early Native American Missions, the Dakota Indians, the Ojibwa, the Hopi, the Navajo, the Wrangell Institute, the Charles H. Burke School, and the Taos Day School.
James Lloyd Breck, 1818-1876 -
J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, letters (1908) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (75)
H. F. Parshall letter ([19]08, Mar. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (45)
George Copway, 1818-1863? -
R. M. Moore letter (1908, Jan. 8) to Charles N. Akers. Box 4 (29)
John Johnson Enmegahbowh, 1812-1902 -
Charles N. Akers letter (1908, July 24) to H. B. Burrell. Box 2 (3)
Charles N. Akers letters (1907-1910) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (2)
Francis L. Palmer letter (1912, July 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (44)
Nettie Fowler McCormick, 1835-1923 -
Robert C. Jackson letter [c.1975] to ----- Herd. Box 3 (81)
John S. Le Fevre letters (1935-1944) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (5)
Oahe Industrial School (Hughes County, S.D.) -
Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940 letter (1912, Aug. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (57)
John H. Pitezel, 1814-1906 -
Mrs. C. E. Painter letters (1911) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (43)
Stephen Return Riggs, 1812-1883 -
John Poage Williamson, 1835-1917, letters (1907) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 4 (99)
Thomas S. (Thomas Smith) Williamson, 1800-1879, letters (1893-1849) to Samuel W. (Samuel William) Pond. Box 4 (100)
Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, The American Board Among the Sioux: essay [c.1912]. Box 1 (8)
Samuel Spates -
Charles N. Akers letters (1907-1910) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (4)
Charles N. Akers letter (1908, Feb. 17) to O. G. Libby. Box 2 (5)
White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.) -
J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, letters (1908) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Box 2 (75)

List of Printed Items contained in the Leroy Freeman Jackson Papers

  • Box 2
    • The Advance of an Indian Community. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
    • Indian Appeal. David Beaton.
    • Indian Needs. Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940.
    • Indian Progress. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
    • The Old and the New Indian Life. Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940.
    • Tracts from the American Missionary Association, Congregational Rooms, New York, NY., [1900-1901]. Correspondence, A-H, Box 2, Charles Lemon Hall, 1847-1940, letter (1907, Aug. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
  • Box 4
    • Obituary of the Rev. Moses Merrill, Late Missionary to the Otoes. The Gazette Print, Hastings, MN., [1840]. Correspondence, L-Unidentified, Box 4, Moses D. Merrill letter ([19]07, Aug. 5) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
    • Oahe Industrial School. Oahe Industrial School, Oahe, SD., [c.1900].
    • Correspondence, L-Unidentified, Box 4, Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940, letter (1912, Aug. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
  • Box 7
    • Outline and Guide to History 52. State College of Washington, Pullman, WA., 1916. Education Manuscripts, Box 7, Outline and Guide to History 52: monograph by State College of Washington, 1916.
  • Box 8
    • Fourth Annual Report of the Chairman of the Commission on Scholastic Aptitude Tests. College Entrance Examination Board, New York, NY., 1929. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States I.
    • Commonwealth College Fortnightly Supplement: Education for Workers, Commonwealth Colleges, 1927-28. Commonwealth College, Mean, AR., 1927, Dec. 1. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States I.
    • Humanism: What It WasAnd Is. Bruce McCulley, Pomona College Magazine, Pomona, CA., 1932, Mar. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
    • Suggestions and Source Material for Forum and Discussion Groups. Program, Research and Survey Service, Home Division, National Council, Y.M.C.A., New York, NY., 1930. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
    • Disciplinary Devices...Rewards. Child Study Association of America, New York, NY., [c.1930]. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
    • Founder's Day Address. Thomas Jesse Jones, 1873-1950, Tuskegee Institute, 1934, Apr. 8. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
    • Graphic: Magazine of Social Interpretation. Survey Associates, Inc., Concord, NH., 1933. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles regarding Education in the United States II.
    • Probation: The Official Bulletin of the National Probation Association. Volume X, No. 6 and 9, 1932, February and May, National Probation Association, Albany, N.Y., 1932. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Documents and Publications regarding Probation and the Juvenile Court.
    • The Stanley McCormick Herald. Stanley McCormick School, Burnsville, NC., 1925. Education Ephemera, Box 8, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) and North Carolina.
  • Box 9
    • Carolina New College Bulletin, Vol. 1, No.3, November 1928. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.). Three copies.
    • Stanley McCormick School. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Stanley McCormick School, Burnsville, NC., 1924. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
    • Announcing Carolina New College (Formerly Stanley McCormick School): A Venture in the New Education. Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
    • Carolina New College Bulletin, Catalogue and Announcements of Carolina New College, Vol. 1, No. 1, An Institution of Newer Education 1928-1929. Carolina New College, Burnsville, NC., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
    • History and Geography of Yancey County. The Teacher Training Class of Burnsville, Burnsville, NC., 1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications by Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.).
    • Burke Navajo Vocational School. The United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C., June 1932. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
    • The Shush Be Toh News, Vol. V, No. 6. Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, NM., 1936, Mar. 16. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
    • The Navajo Trail. Senior Class of Charles H. Burke School, Fort Wingate, NM., 1935. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.).
    • Tchla-Wa-Wa-A-Na. Vol. 1, No. 2; Vol. 3, No. 1; and Vol. 3, No. 3, Taos Day School, Taos, NM., 1936-1937. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.).
    • The Birds Nest. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., [c.1896]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • Santee Normal Training School. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee, NE., 1896. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • Evolution of Indian Education. Mission, Public School, U. S. Auspices in Sawyer County, Wisconsin, Hayward, WI., 1901. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • The Oglala Light, Sixth Year, No. 9. Oglala Boarding School, Pine Ridge, SD., 1905, Dec. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • The Oglala Light, Volume 9, Number 1. Oglala Boarding School, Pine Ridge, SD., 1908, Mar. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • Woonspe Wankantu, Santee, Nebraska, Santee Normal Training School. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., 1912. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • The World Carrier, Volume XXXIVV, Number 3. Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., 1908, May-June. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools I.
    • Indian Home Life: Part I-The Past, Part II-The Present. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin, 1927, No. 22, Haskell Institute, Lawrence, KS., 1927. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools II.
    • The Indian Leader, Commencement Number, Volume 38, Number 37-38. Haskell Institute, Lawrence, KS., 1935. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various Indian Schools II.
    • The North Carolina Conference for Social Service. Winston-Salem, NC., 1928, Apr. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • An Informal Report of the Work of The Friendly Nurse Miss Lydia Holman in the Mountains of North Carolina. Boston Committee, 1923. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Rollins Plan of College Instruction. George F. Carrothers, Ph.D., Rollins College, Winter Park, FL., 1927. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Rollins College Bulletin, Vol. XIX, No. 4. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL., 1926. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Dartmouth College: The Selective Process for Admission. Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH., 1924-1915. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Antioch Notes: The College as Pathfinder, Vol. 1, No. 1. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH., 1923, Dec. 15. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Antioch College Bulletin: Antioch Philosophy. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH., 1924, Feb. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • The Story of an Educational Adventure: The Whittier Idea. Joseph Herschel Coffin, Whittier College, Whittier, CA., 1928. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • The College of the City of Asheville: A Standard Junior College. The College of the City of Asheville, Asheville, NC., 1928-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I. Three copies.
    • Course of Study and Manual of the Board. Harvey Public Schools, Harvey ND., [before 1921]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Ashland College: A Resident School for Young Adults. Ashland College, Grant, MI., 1929-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Almus Pater: Antioch Introduces a Masculine Element into Higher Education. Arthur E. Morgan, Atlantic Monthly, 1929, June. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I.
    • Pocono Peoples College: Year Book, 1925. Pocono Peoples College, Henryville, Pennsylvania, 1925. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges I. Also includes two pamphlets regarding Pocono Peoples College.
    • Economics 6a and 6b: European Industry and Commerce in the Nineteenth Century and Economic History of the United States. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA., [c.1930]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • The New College Plan of the University of Chicago. C. S. Boucher, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL., 1930, Dec. 1. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • New York University, School of Education, The Institute of Education: Special Announcement of the Department of College and University Education. New York, NY., 1930-1931. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • President's Report, 1929-30. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA., 1929-1930. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • The Montana System of Administering Higher Education. M. A. Brannon, The Science Press, School and Society, Vol. 35, No. 896, 1932, Feb. 27. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • If You Want an Education. The College of the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL., [1950]. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Various U. S. Universities and Colleges II.
    • The Yees Kooteeyaw. Vol. 1, No. 1 (two copies); Vol. 2, No. 1 (two copies); and Vol. 4, No. 1, Wrangell Institute, Wrangell, AK., 1933-1936. Education Ephemera, Box 9, Publications of Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska).
  • Box 10
    • Inaugural Address of President Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1917. General Ephemera, Box 10, Documents, Photographs, and Maps regarding World War, 1914-1918, and World War, 1939-1945.
    • Daily Radio News: The World's News by Radio. Pacific Steamship Company, 1932. General Ephemera, Box 10, Documents, Photographs, and Maps regarding World War, 1914-1918, and World War, 1939-1945.
    • The School Arts Magazine. Vol. 30, No. 7, and Vol. 33, No. 1 (incomplete copies), The School Arts Magazine, Worcester, MA., 1931-1933. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles regarding Native American Arts and Crafts.
    • Lakota Land and The Christian Indian Civilization. Dora B. Dodge, Santee Normal Training School Press, Santee Agency, NE., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
    • Program, 13 th Annual Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial. Gallup, NM., 1934, Aug. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
    • Program, Zuni Indian Fair. Zuni Agency, Zuni, NM., 1934, Oct. General Ephemera, Box 10, Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans.
  • Box 11
    • Museum Notes of the Museum of Northern Arizona. 24 volumes, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, AZ., 1930-1934. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the Museum of Northern Arizona.
    • Eleven Important Wild-Duck Foods: Bulletin No. 205. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1915. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
    • Beaver Habits, Beaver Control, and Possibilities in Beaver Farming. Bulletin No. 1078, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1922. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
    • The Muskrat as a Fur Bearer: With Notes on Its Use as Food. Bulletin No. 869, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1923. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
    • Home Tanning of Leather and Small Fur Skins. Bulletin No. 1334, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1915. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
    • Primitive Agriculture of the Indians. Bulletin 1928, No. 1, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, The Indian Print Shop, Chilocco Indian Agriculture School, Chilocco, OK., 1928. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
    • Grand Canyon Nature Notes: Aboriginal Man in Arizona and his Fore-Runners, Vol. 7, No. 10. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ., 1933, Jan. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
    • El Palacio, Vol. 37, No. 15-16. School of American Research, University of New Mexico and the Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1934, Oct. 10-17. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology.
    • Restoration of Unpaid Annuities of Certain Sioux Indians. Mr. Marshall, Committee on Indian Affairs, 60 th Congress, 2 nd Session, House of Representatives Report No. 2153, 1909, Feb. 13. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
    • The University of New Mexico Bulletin: Ethnobiological Studies in the American Southwest, The Ethnobiology of the Papago Indians. Edward F. Castetter and Ruth M. Underhill, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM., 1935. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
    • Trail Guide to Fort Bowie. Fort Bowie National Historical Site, AZ., c.1970. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
    • George Catlin: Painter of Indians of the West. John C. Ewers, Annual Report, Smithsonian Institution, 1955. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
    • A Picture Tour of Old Ganado Mission. The College of Ganado, Ganado, AZ., 1984. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native Americans.
    • Our Indian Missions: Seventy Years Review, 1834-1904. Santee Normal Training School, Santee, NE., [1904]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Occasional Missionary Paper, Domestic Committee Protestant Episcopal Church, Advent, 1854. Pudney & Russell, New York, NY., 1854. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Martha Riggs Morris: Our Martha. Santee Normal Training School, Santee Agency, NE., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • The Ojibways of Minnesota. J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, Minnesota Historical Society Collections, Vol. 9, 1901, Apr. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Hearing of the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, before the Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, Thursday, February 2, 1899. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1899. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Causes of the Late Chippewa Outbreak in Minnesota: An Address to the Mohonk Conference. J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913, [after 1899]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • An Address Delivered by William Hobart Hare, Missionary Bishop of South Dakota, in Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls, January 10, 1888. The Daily Press Job Print, Sioux Falls, SD., 1888. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Baptist History of North Dakota, 1879-1904. T. M. (Thomas Miles) Shanafelt, 1849-1909, Huronite Printing Co., Huron, SD., 1904. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Journal of the Convocations Annual Address of the Bishop. Missionary District of South Dakota, Annual Report of Officers and Committees, 1905. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • A Review and Summary of Missionary Work in South Dakota, 1888-1905. T. M. (Thomas Miles) Shanafelt, 1849-1909, Huronite Printing Co., Huron, SD., 1906. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Interdenominational Progress in Christianizing the Indians of the United States: Report of the Committee on Indian Missions of the Home Missions Council. The Home Missions Council, Lancaster Printing Co., Lancaster, PA., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • American Indian Missions. Department of Indian Missions, New York, NY., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • The American Indian. Department of Indian Missions, New York, NY., 1913. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding Native American Missions.
    • Sites of the National Parks System: Southwestern Texas and Southern New Mexico and Arizona. National Park Foundation, Washington, D.C., [n.d.]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Welcome Awaits You. The Hogan, Gallup, NM., [n.d.].
    • Aztec Ruins. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Historical Handbook Series No. 36, Washington, D.C., 1962. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Palace of the Governors: Guide to Exhibits. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1972. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Aztec Ruins. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec Ruins, NM., 1973. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • El Morro National Monument, New Mexico. U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park, 1973. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Santa Fe Museum Guide: A Suggested Itinerary. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Santa Fe Walking Tour: A Suggested Itinerary. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • 1975 City Street Guide and Santa Fe Area Map. City of Santa Fe for the Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe, NM., 1975. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Santa Fe. City of Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe, NM., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • New Mexico-Land of Enchantment. New Mexico Department of Development Tourist Division, Santa Fe, NM., [1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Ya-Ta-Hay Welcome to Gallup. Gallup-McKinley Count Chamber of Commerce, Gallup, NM., 1975. Palace of the Governors: Guide to Exhibits. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM., 1975. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Motoring Guide to the South Rim of Canyon De Chelly. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Globe, AZ., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Pueblo Bonito. Chaco Canyon National Monument, NM., Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Globe, AZ., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Gallup, New Mexico, The Land of Enchantment, The Indian Capital. The Consolidated Service Clubs Committee of Gallup, Gallup, NM., [c.1975]. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism.
    • Prospecting. No information; incomplete booklet. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).
    • Slavery and Conversion in the American Colonies. M. W. Jernegan.
    • The Cow Country. F. L. Paxson.
    • The Creative Forces in Westward Expansion: Henderson and Boone. A. Henderson. Essays from American Historical Review, Vol. 21, No. 33. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).
    • Physiographic Regions of the United States. John W. Powell, National Geographic Monographs, National Geographic Society, American Book Company, New York, NY., 1895. General Ephemera, Box 11, Publications (Miscellaneous).

Collection Contents

Box 1

General Manuscripts

Folder 1

Bergunder, Ben, 1845-1925. Memoirs of Ben Bergunder, 1845-1925: essay (1920).

Folder 2

Greene, David, 1797?-1866. Memorandum of Letters Written (1834, Jan. 9).

Folder 3

Haile, Berard, 1874-1961. Some Cultural Aspects of the Navajo Hogan: essay [c.1934];

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 4

Hall, Charles Lemon, 1847-1940. Beginning a Mission at Ft. Berthold: essay ([19]07, Apr. 20).

Folder 5

Hare, William Hobart, 1838-1909. List of Missionaries in Dakota in 1874 (1907, May 17).

Folder 6

Heydenburk, Martin. Paper Read Before the Pioneer Society of the State of Michigan (1880, Feb. 5).

Folder 7

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. A Series of Articles relating to America and World War, 1914-1918 [between 1914 and 1918].

Scope and Content Note

Note: Removed to Oversize Box.
Folder 8

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The American Board Among the Sioux: essay [c.1912].

Folder 9

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. America's World Relations: notes [before 1919].

Folder 10

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Armistice Day Address: speech and notes [1934].

Folder 11

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Beginnings of American Neutrality: essay [c.1914].

Scope and Content Note

Note: Removed to Oversize Box.
Folder 12

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Bibliography of Native American Sources [1909-1923]; 6 items.

Folder 13

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Bibliography of Navajo Sources [after 1933].

Folder 14

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Columbia River: essay [1915].

Folder 15

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Democracy: essay [c.1933].

Folder 16

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Democracy Clubs: notes (1919).

Folder 17

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Early Childhood Memories of Leroy F. Jackson: essay (n.d.).

Folder 18

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding Missions to the Ojibwa Indians [1912].

Folder 19

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding the Irish and Scottish Immigrants in Early American History [c.1910?].

Folder 20

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Excerpts from Articles regarding Native Americans [c.1910]; 5 items.

Folder 21

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Extinguishment of the Land Title of the Eastern Tribes of the Dakota Nation Previous to the Outbreak of 1862: essay [1910]; incomplete.

Folder 22

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Houdlums [sic] Holiday: poem (n.d.).

Folder 23

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. If You Can't Fight, Think: article [1918].

Folder 24

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Incomplete Short Stories (n.d.).

Folder 25

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Isaac Ingalls Stevens: Empire Builder: speech [c.1910]; 2 drafts.

Scope and Content Note

Note: Removed to Oversize Box.
Folder 26

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Miscellaneous Notes [1900-1954]; 17 items.

Folder 27

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes for a Speech regarding America's 157 th Anniversary [1933]; 3 items.

Folder 28

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes for Speeches [1928-1945]; 14 items.

Folder 29

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding Indian Land Title [c.1910?]; 1 item.

Folder 30

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding the Navajo and Pueblo Indians [c.1934]; 3 items.

Folder 31

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding World War, 1914-1918 [1917-1918]; 5 items.

Folder 32

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Our Phantom Leisure: essay and notes [c.1930].

Folder 33

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Poems (n.d.); 3 items.

Folder 34

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Short Story and Notes regarding Mackinac Island [c.1910]; 2 items.

Folder 35

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Sioux Land Treaties: article [1910].

Folder 36

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Social Significance of Religious Liberalism: speech (n.d.).

Folder 37

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Some Selections from the Journal of the Convention, Protestant Episcopal Church Diocese of Minnesota (1863); 2 items.

Folder 38

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Speech for Constitution Day [c.1906].

Folder 39

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Thinker: essay and notes [between 1914 and 1918].

Folder 40

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Untitled essay beginning, There is a lot of thinking going on in this country these days. [between 1939 and 1945

Folder 41

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. What is Americanism?: outline and essay (n.d.).

Folder 42

McRae, Daniel. Statement of Daniel McRae (1920, June 19).

Folder 43

Stevens, Jedediah Dwight, 1798-1876? Excerpts from Manuscripts by Jedediah Dwight Stevens, 1798-1876? (1830-1910); 4 items.

Folder 44

Wiley, Will E. Gold Districts of the Northwest: essay (1915, June 1).

Folder 45

Williams, -----. Williams Report to Board (1834, June 12); incomplete.

Folder 46

Williams, Isabella Riggs, 1840-1897. A Memorial of Amos W. Huggins: essay (1863, Mar. 15).

Folder 47

-----. Biographical Information regarding Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (n.d.); 11 items.

Folder 48

-----. Job Applications of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1932-1942); 13 items.

Folder 49

-----. Mission of American Board and A. M. A. among the Chippewas: essay (n.d.).

Folder 50

-----. Notes regarding the Hopi Indians (n.d.).

Folder 51

-----. William Hobart Hare: essay (n.d.).

Box 2

Correspondence, A-H

Folder 1

Acker, W. B. 1 letter (1929, Aug.) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 2

Adams, Jesse E. 1 letter (1932, Jan. 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 3

Akers, Charles N. 1 letter (1908, July 24) to H. B. Burrell.

Folder 4

Akers, Charles N. 19 letters (1907-1910) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. 1 letter (1908, July 28) was removed to Oversize Box.

Folder 5

Akers, Charles N. 1 letter (1908, Feb. 17) to O. G. Libby.

Folder 6

Akers, Charles N. 1 letter (1908, July 24) to W. C. Rice.

Folder 7

Alderman, L. R. 1 letter (1920, July 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 8

Allen, A. T. and J. Henry Highsmith. 1 letter (1924, Oct. 27) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 9

Allen, A. T., Carl C. Taylor, and J. Henry Highsmith. 1 letter (1927, Feb. 11) to unknown addressee.

Folder 10

Andrus, Percy H. 1 letter (1932, Oct. 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 11

Arentson, James. 1 letter (1934, Apr. 16) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 12

Arnold, H. F. 1 letter (1908, July 2) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 13

Ashley, Edward, 1854-1931. 1 letter. (1907, July 10) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 14

Ayers, M. L. 1 letter ([19]06, Mar. 10) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 15

Babcock, E. J. 1 letter (1902, June 2) to W. E. Biggs.

Folder 16

Babcock, E. J. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 24) to O. C. Sarles.

Folder 17

Beach, Walter Greenwood, 1868-1948. 4 letters (1920-1930) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 18

Bell, Marjorie. 1 letter (1931, Nov. 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 19

Benjamin, Gilbert Giddings, 1874-1941. 1 letter (1917, May 30) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 20

Bennett, James V. 1 letter (1937, Nov. 6) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete.
Folder 21

Bessesen, Henry J. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 8) to M. L. Ayers.

Folder 22

Bessesen, Henry J. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 23) to O. C. Sarles.

Folder 23

Bjrkman, Edwin, 1866-1951. 1 letter (1929, Mar. 15) to unknown addressee.

Folder 24

Bogue, Anna. 1 letter (1929, July 20) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 25

Boshart, Edward W. 1 letter (1925, Nov. 9) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter by Edward W. Boshart to W. B. (1925, Nov. 9).
Folder 26

Boucher, C. S. 1 letter (1931, Jan. 10) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 27

Boutwell, Paul W. 1 letter (1910, Aug. 15) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 28

Brannon, M. A. 1 letter (1906, Feb. 20) to A. N. Jefferies.

Folder 29

Brooks, E. C. 2 letters (1926) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 30

Brooks, E. C. 1 letter (1925, Nov. 7) to W. B. Ramsey.

Folder 31

Bryan, Enoch Albert, 1855-1941. 2 letters [between 1909 and 1920] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 32

Buck, Solon J. (Solon Justus), 1884-1962. 1 letter (1917, May 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 33

Burns, J. E. 1 letter (1935, May 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 34

Byrd, Pearl. 1 letter (1927, Oct. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 35

C----, Harold. 1 letter (1927, Jan. 18) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 36

Caldwell, Otis W. (Otis William), 1869-1947. 1 letter (1930, Sep. 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 37

Calfee, John E. (John Edward), 1875-. 1 letter (1932, May 4) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 38

Campbell, Oliver Dame. 1 letter. (1935, Apr. 18) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 39

Carpenter, Varian. 1 letter (1920, Jan. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 40

Cartwright, Morse A. (Morse Adams), 1890-. 5 letters (1930-1941) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 41

Cavanah, Frances. 1 letter (1947, Oct. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 42

Channing, Edward. 1 letter (1917, May 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 43

Cheal, Portia. 1 letter (1936, Sep. 23) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 44

Clark, Sidney. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 21) to O. C. Sarles.

Folder 45

Coleman, Norman F. 2 letters (1930-1931) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 46

College and Specialist Bureau. 4 letters (1930-1932) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 47

Collier, John, 1884-1968. 1 letter. (1932, Oct. 19) to The Civil Service Commission.

Folder 48

Collier, John, 1884-1968. 8 letters (1934-1935) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 49

Collier, John, 1884-1968. 1 letter. (1934, Jan. 31) to W. Carson (Will Carson) Ryan, b.1885. Handwritten and typed copy by Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 50

Cook, D. H. 1 letter (1930, Sep. 30) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 51

Cox, John H. 1 letter (1902, Mar. 4) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 52

Cram, George W. 5 letters (1926-1931) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 53

Davis, Wayne E. 2 letters (1930-1931) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 54

De Lara, E. 3 letters (1936, Dec. 9) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter (1936, Dec. 1) by Luther B. Bewley to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and a letter (1936, Dec. 2) by S. Osmea.
Folder 55

Derby, George. 2 letters (1927) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 56

Detty, Victor Charles, 1891-1970, J. M. Lyon, I. F. McCurry, and John S. Levre. 1 letter (1926, Nov. 15) to The Board of National Missions.

Folder 57

Dickinson, Asa Don, 1876-1960. 2 letters (1917-[19]18) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 58

Dorey, J. Milnor (Joseph Milnor), b.1876. 6 letters (1930-1931) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 59

Duggan, Stephen, 1870-1950. 1 letter. (1920, Aug. 2) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 60

Duncalf, Frederic. 1 letter (1917, June 1) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 61

Ebbs, Roy F. 1 letter (1926, May 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 62

Elder, L. W. 1 letter (1920, Jan. 4) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 63

Elliott, Oliver M. 1 letter (1917, May 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 64

Enmegahbowh, John Johnson, 1812-1902. 4 letters (1880-1888) to J. A. (Joseph Alexander) Gilfillan, 1838-1913.

Scope and Content Note

Typed copies.
Folder 65

Evans, Alvin E. 2 letters (1931-1932) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 66

Evans, Austin P. 1 letter (1919, Mar. 25) to Instructors in History.

Folder 67

Evans, M?. H. A. 1 letter (1914, Mar. 4) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 68

F----, Eugene D. 1 letter (1931, Feb. 17) to G. C. Morehart.

Folder 69

Fischer, George. 1 letter (1923, Jan. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a page from the Fischer Edition News.
Folder 70

Fisk, Carl Russell. 1 letter. (1917, May 31) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 71

Foght, Harold W. 1 letter ([19]34, Nov. 20) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Incomplete.
Folder 72

Frazier, Lynn J. (Lynn Joseph), 1874-1947. 2 letters (1932-1937) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 73

Fry, W. B. 1 letter (1934, Aug. 31) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 74

Gardner, R. F. 1 letter (1926, Nov. 12) to The National Board of Missions.

Folder 75

Gilfillan, J. A. (Joseph Alexander), 1838-1913. 8 letters (1908) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 76

Gilfillan, John B. (John Bachop), 1835-1924. 1 letter (1912, Oct. 15) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 77

Goheen, L. 1 letter (1928, Jan. 17) to Charles N. Akers.

Folder 78

Goodell, Charles E. 2 letters (1930) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 79

Graham, Frank Porter, 1886-. 1 letter. (1941, Feb. 18) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 80

Graham, Frank Porter, 1886-. 1 letter. (1930, June 23) to D. Hiden Ramsey.

Folder 81

Grant, U. S. 1 letter (1908, Mar. 18) to Charles N. Akers.

Folder 82

Gray, Lorin. 1 letter (1912, Sep. 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 83

Greene, David, 1797?-1886. 1 letter [between 1831 and 1836] to Lewis Cass, 1782-1866.

Folder 84

Grethen, Anton. 1 letter ([19]04, May 20) to Board of Education.

Folder 85

Grethen, Anton. 1 letter ([19]06, Mar. 9) to O. C. Sarles.

Folder 86

Grethen, Anton. 1 letter (1904, May 5) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 87

Griffin, Marlin. 1 letter (1908, Jan. 21) to Charles N. Akers.

Folder 88

Grumman, Wida C. 1 letter [after 1926] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 89

Haase, Susan Harlow. 1 letter. [c.1925] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 90

Haislip, Lilian E. 1 letter (1930, May 10) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 91

Hall, Charles Lemon, 1847-1940. 1 letter. (1907, May 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes four tracts.
Folder 92

Hall, Darwin S. (Darwin Scott), 1844-1919. 1 letter (1913, Sep. 5) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 93

Hamilton, Walton Hale, 1881-1958. 1 letter (1917, May 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 94

Hammitt, F. M. 5 letters (1932) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 95

Harris, P. C. 1 letter (1920, July 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 96

Hart, Joseph Kinmont, 1876-1949. 2 letters (1920-1935) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 97

Haskins, Charles S. 2 letters (1912-1920) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 98

Hebsehmann, -----. 1 letter (1920, July 17) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 99

Heydenburk, Martin. 1 letter. (1880, Oct. 5) to J. C. Holmes.

Folder 100

Hibbard, Addison, 1887-1945. 1 letter. (1931, Mar. 9) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 101

Hicks, Mrs. H. P. 1 letter (1908, May 2) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 102

Highsmith, J. Henry. 1 letter. (1925, Nov. 12) to W. B. Ramsey.

Scope and Content Note

Typed copy.
Folder 103

Highsmith, J. Henry. 1 letter. (1924, Oct. 27) to Warren H. Wilson.

Folder 104

Holland, E. O. 5 letters (1916-1932) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 105

Hull, George R. 1 letter (1926, Dec. 9) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 106

Hull, William C. 1 letter (1941, Mar. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 107

Hyatt, Carl B. 4 letters (1933-1941) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Box 3

Correspondence, J-K

Folder 1

Jackson, Emilie Baehr. 1 letter. (1932, Aug. 15) to W. Carson (Will Carson) Ryan, b. 1885.

Folder 2

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Jan. 15) to Jesse E. Adams.

Folder 3

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Mar. 20) to Wilford Aikin.

Folder 4

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1933, Jan. 19) to Attorney General of the United States.

Folder 5

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters ([1908]-1930) to Walter Greenwood Beach, 1868-1948.

Folder 6

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Mar. 28) to Anita McCormick Blaine.

Folder 7

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1935, Sep. 12) to ----- Bogard.

Folder 8

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Jan. 5) to C. S. Boucher.

Folder 9

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Jan. 8) to ----- Bryant.

Folder 10

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter [between 1932 and 1934] to Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Folder 11

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Jan. 8) to La Valle Calhoun.

Folder 12

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1930, Sep. 18) to Otis W. (Otis William) Caldwell, 1869-1947.

Folder 13

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters (1930-1941) to Morse A. (Morse Adams) Cartwright, 1890-.

Folder 14

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930-1931) to Norman F. Coleman.

Folder 15

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 3 letters (1930-1932) to College and Specialist Bureau.

Folder 16

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 7 letters (1934-1935) to John Collier, 1884-1968.

Folder 17

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Mar. 11) to C. C. Colvert.

Folder 18

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930) to D. H. Cook.

Folder 19

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1922, Mar. 13) to Flora J. (Flora Juliette) Cooke, 1864-1953.

Folder 20

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Feb. 13) to George W. Cram.

Folder 21

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Mar. 13) to Wayne E. Davis.

Folder 22

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters (1930-[1932]) to J. Milnor (Joseph Milnor) Dorey, b.1876.

Folder 23

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1941, Jan. 28) to Clarence A. Dykstra.

Folder 24

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 3 letters (1930-1931) to Fisk Teachers Agency.

Folder 25

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930-1931) to Burton P. Fowler.

Folder 26

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Feb. 21) to Lynn J. (Lynn Joseph) Frazier, 1874-1947.

Folder 27

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1936, Feb. 28) to Fred R. Geeslin.

Folder 28

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1934) to Paul W. Gordon.

Folder 29

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930-1931) to Frank Porter Graham, 1886-.

Folder 30

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1930, June 4) to C. O. Gray.

Folder 31

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1930, June 2) to Lilian E. Haislip.

Folder 32

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1931) to Joseph Kinmont Hart, 1876-1949.

Folder 33

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1930, May 8) to Harvard Appointment Office.

Folder 34

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1918, July 1) to The Herald.

Folder 35

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters ([1915]-1932) to E. O. Holland.

Folder 36

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters (1934-1936) to Carl B. Hyatt.

Folder 37

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Jan. 15) to Clarence A. Ives.

Folder 38

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter ([19]12, Sep. 24) to Frank Ives.

Folder 39

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1941, Feb. 19) to Thomas Jesse Jones, 1873-1950.

Folder 40

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 3 letter (1931) to A. B. Keeler.

Folder 41

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1939, Feb. 24) to Dexter Keezer.

Folder 42

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Jan. 15) to Joseph Kennedy.

Folder 43

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1931-1932) to Frank O. Kreager.

Folder 44

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 6 letters (1932) to Robert T. Lansdale.

Folder 45

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1952, Feb. 5) to R. E. Locke.

Folder 46

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1935, Mar. 9) to Marjory Major.

Folder 47

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Feb. 26) to Sallie B. Marks.

Folder 48

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1940, Dec. 27) to J. C. McCaskell.

Folder 49

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1941, Feb. 27) to Arthur McCoy.

Folder 50

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Feb. 22) to A. W. Miller.

Folder 51

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1935, June 26) to A. C. Monahan.

Physical Description: Two copies.
Folder 52

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1941, Feb. 7) to Elizabeth C. Morriss.

Folder 53

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1933, Nov. 3) to Lawson A. Moyer.

Folder 54

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1933, Nov. 11) to Roy Nash.

Folder 55

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930) to Howard W. Nudd.

Folder 56

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters (1932-1936) to Alice Scott Nutt.

Folder 57

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1942, Apr. 25) to Office of Emergency Management.

Folder 58

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1932-1933) to ----- Pollard.

Folder 59

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1908, Oct. 2) to William C. Pope.

Folder 60

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Mar. 13) to Carroll R. Reed.

Folder 61

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter ([19]12, July 5) to Thomas Lawrence Riggs, 1847-1940.

Folder 62

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 6 letters (1932-1941) to W. Carson (Will Carson) Ryan, b. 1885.

Folder 63

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1917, May 5) to Wilbur Henry Siebert, 1866-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Following the above is a letter by Wilbur Henry Siebert, 1866-1961, to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1917, May 21).
Folder 64

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1936, Jan. 11) to George R. Smith.

Folder 65

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1920, July 30) to M. Elwood Smith.

Folder 66

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 4 letters (1931-1932) to Rosamond Dean Snow.

Folder 67

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1932) to Frederic H. Spaulding.

Folder 68

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, July 24) to B. W. Spear.

Folder 69

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1941, June 2) to John W. Studebaker.

Folder 70

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter [c.1932] to M. Ellen Sweet.

Folder 71

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1936-1941) to Carl C. Taylor.

Folder 72

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1940, Dec. 30) to Louise Taylor.

Folder 73

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1931, Dec. 1) to Andrew H. Thomson.

Folder 74

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter [1932] to Rees Edgar Tulloss.

Folder 75

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter (1932, Mar. 18) to Paul L. (Paul Leroy) Vogt, b.1878.

Folder 76

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter [after 1916] to ----- Wallace.

Folder 77

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 1 letter [after 1930] to Paul Wanamaker.

Folder 78

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 2 letters (1930-1932) to Warren H. Wilson.

Folder 79

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. 3 letters [1920-1940] to unknown addressees.

Folder 80

Jackson, Robert C. 1 letter. (1974, Sep. 26) to ----- Duff.

Folder 81

Jackson, Robert C. 1 letter. [c.1975] to ----- Herd.

Folder 82

Jarman, L. Wilson. 2 letters (1930) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 83

Johnson, Gordon. 1 letter [after 1934] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 84

Johnson, Henry. 1 letter (1917, Sep. 28) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 85

Keeler, A. B. 2 letters (1931) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 86

Kelly, Elizabeth. 1 letter (1926, May 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 87

Kelly, Elizabeth. 1 letter (1925, Nov. 5) to W. B. Ramsey.

Folder 88

Kennedy, Joseph. 1 letter (1904, Apr. 5) to The Board of Education.

Folder 89

Kennedy, Joseph. 1 letter (1904, Sep. 28) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 90

Kennedy, Joseph. 1 letter (1902, Feb. 13) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 91

Kilbourne, E. B. 2 letters (1910-1912) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 92

Kreager, Frank O. 2 letters ([19]20-[19]30) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Box 4

Correspondence, L-Z and Unidentified

Folder 1

La Follette, Suzanne, 1893-1983. 1 letter. ([1930?], Jan. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 2

Lane, Emily A. 1 letter (1932, Apr. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 3

Lansdale, Robert T. 5 letters (1932-1933) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 4

Le Barron, Francis. 8 letters (1906-1907) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 5

Le Fevre, John S. 2 letters (1935-1944) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 6

Lee, Virginia E. 1 letter (1932, Sep. 23) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 7

Lincoln, E. C. 1 letter (1920, Aug. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 8

Linden, Arthur V. 1 letter (1935, July 6) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 9

Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962. 1 letter. ([1936], July 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 10

Major, Marjory. 2 letters (1934-1935) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 11

Marks, Horace. 1 letter (1934, July 11) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 12

Marquis Who's Who, Inc. 1 letter. (1927, Mar. 3) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes copy of Jackson's biographical sketch for Who's Who In America.
Folder 13

Maulding, J. Alwood. 2 letters (1932, Aug. 17) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 14

McCain, J. F. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 14) to O. C. Sarles.

Folder 15

McComb, Samuel. 1 letter (1914, Mar. 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 16

McCormick, R. L. 1 letter (1910, Aug. 9) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 17

McCrady, Louisa S. 1 letter (1920, Aug. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 18

McCulley, Bruce. 1 letter (1932, Mar. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 19

McCurdy, J. R. 1 letter (1920, June 11) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 20

McKee, William J. (William John), b.1885. 1 letter (1935, June 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 21

McLaughlin, A. C. 3 letters (1909) to Walter Greenwood Beach, 1868-1948.

Folder 22

Merrifield, Webster, 1852-1916. 1 letter. (1902, May 23) to W. C. Beardsley.

Folder 23

Merrifield, Webster, 1852-1916. 1 letter. (1902, Feb. 21) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 24

Merrill, Moses D. 1 letter. ([19]07, Aug. 5) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes an obituary of Reverend Moses Merrill.
Folder 25

Middleton, J. E. 1 letter (1908, Aug. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 26

Mills, J. F. 1 letter (1902, Apr. 19) to H. A. McConville.

Folder 27

Monahan, A. C. 2 letters (1935) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 28

Moore, Evelyn. 1 letter (1929, Apr. 30) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 29

Moore, R. M. 1 letter (1908, Jan. 8) to Charles N. Akers.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a copy of a letter (1908, Jan. 1) by William McKendree McElfresh to Charles N. Akers.
Folder 30

Morrell, William H. 2 letters (1905-1906) to Francis Le Barron.

Folder 31

Morris, William A. 1 letter (1920, Apr. 20) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 32

Morriss, Elizabeth C. 1 letter. (1941, Mar. 3) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 33

Moyer, Lawson A. 1 letter (1933, Oct. 20) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 34

Munro, Dana Carleton, 1866-1933. 1 letter (1917, May 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 35

Murdock, Isabelle MacRae. 1 letter. (1927, Oct. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 36

Nash, Roy. 1 letter (1933, Oct. 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter (1933, Oct. 21) by Roy Nash to W. Carson (Will Carson) Ryan, b.1885.
Folder 37

Noble and Noble Publishers, Inc. 1 letter. (1936, Jan. 16) to Rand McNally and Company.

Folder 38

Nudd, Howard W. 2 letters (1930) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 39

Numbers, Guy W. 4 letters (1934-1935) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 40

Nutt, Alice Scott. 1 letter (1935, Dec. 15) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 41

Odum, Howard Washington, 1884-1954. 1 letter (1930, Sep. 23) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 42

Paez, Cornelio, et al. 1 letter. (1935, Sep. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Family.

Folder 43

Painter, Mrs. C. E. 4 letters (1911) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 44

Palmer, Francis L. 1 letter (1912, July 12) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 45

Parshall, H. F. 1 letter ([19]08, Mar. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 46

Paulsen, Josephyne M. 1 letter. (1905, Mar. 14) to Clerk of Board of Education.

Scope and Content Note

Following the above is a handwritten note from Josephyne M. Paulsen to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
Folder 47

Paulsen, Josephyne M. 1 letter. (1904, Apr. 4) to School Board of Elma, Washington.

Folder 48

Pelegren, A. Christine. 1 letter. (1941, Feb. 17) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 49

Perkins, George A. 1 letter (1906, Mar. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 50

Poane, Gwendolyn. 1 letter (1952, Oct. 1) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 51

Ramsey, D. Hiden. 1 letter (1930, June 25) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 52

Reed, Edith Lobdell. 1 letter. (1925, Nov. 7) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 53

Rhodes, Charles J. 1 letter (1932, Aug. 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 54

Rice, E. 1 letter (1912, Feb. 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 55

Rich, Mabel B. 1 letter (n.d.) toLeroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Emilie Baehr Jackson.

Folder 56

Riggs, Alfred L. (Alfred Longley), 1837-1916. 1 letter (1912, June 29) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 57

Riggs, Thomas Lawrence, 1847-1940. 1 letter (1912, Aug. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes brochure regarding the Oahe Industrial School, Oahe, South Dakota.
Folder 58

Roberts, Gallatin. 1 letter (1930, Sep. 19) to To Whom It May Concern.

Physical Description: Two copies.
Folder 59

Roderick, Stella Virginia. 1 letter. (1935, Sep. 18) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 60

Root, Azariah Smith, 1862-1927. 1 letter. (1911, Oct. 16) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 61

Ryan, W. Carson (Will Carson), b.1885. 3 letters (1932-1941) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 62

Scattergood, J. Henry. 1 letter. (1932, Aug. 30) to J. R. Ummel.

Folder 63

Sears, Elinor E., Chester M. Kusof, and M. M. Morris. 1 letter (1943, Dec. 31) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes several items concerning the Office of Civilian Defense, Olympia, Washington.
Folder 64

Shanafelt, T. M. (Thomas Miles), 1840-1909. 1 letter (1908, Feb. 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 65

Sheldon, Walter R. 1 letter (1936, Oct. 8) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Xerox copy.
Folder 66

Shippee, L. B. 2 letters (1920) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 67

Smith, George R. 1 letter (1935, Sep. 23) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 68

Smith, George R. 1 letter (1936, Feb. 16) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Emilie Baehr Jackson.

Folder 69

Smith, Mary Taft. 1 letter (1930, Feb. 17) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 70

Snow, Rosamond Dean. 3 letters (1931-1932) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 71

Spencer, D. B. 3 letters (1910-1912) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 72

Squire, Irving. 1 letter (1919, Aug. 28) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 73

Squires, Vernon Purinton, 1866-1930. 1 letter (1905, May 17) to G. L. St. John.

Folder 74

Squires, Vernon Purinton, 1866-1930. 1 letter (1902, Jan. 27) to To Whom It May Concern.

Folder 75

Stone, C. W. 1 letter (1935, Apr. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 76

Studebaker, John W. 1 letter. (1941, July 11) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 77

Swenson, L. O. (Lawrence Oscar), 1887-. 1 letter (1941, Jan. 9) to D. E. Weideman.

Folder 78

Swift, Henry, 1848-1920. 1 letter. (1908, June 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 79

Taylor, Carl C. 3 letters (1930-1941) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 80

Taylor, Carl C. 1 letter (1925, Nov. 11) to W. B. Ramsey.

Folder 81

Thomas, B----. 1 letter (1919, Feb. 14) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 82

Thomas, David E. 1 letter (1932, Aug. 24) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 83

Thomson, Andrew H. 2 letters (1939) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 84

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 1853-1913. 1 letter (1908, Mar. 3) to Charles N. Akers.

Folder 85

Towers, Lem A. 1 letter (1935, Oct. 3) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 86

Tulloss, Rees Edgar. 1 letter. (1930, Aug. 19) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 87

Turner, Frederick Jackson, 1861-1932. 2 letters (1913-1914) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 88

Ulery, C. B. 1 letter (1935, Mar. 15) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 89

Unger, T. A. 1 letter (1934, Dec. 17) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 90

Vogt, Paul L. (Paul Leroy), b.1878. 1 letter (1932, Mar. 21) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 91

W----, A---- W----. 1 letter. ([19]28, June 23) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 92

W----, Alice W. 1 letter ([19]27, Aug. 4) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 93

Walker, N. W. 2 letters (1926-1927) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 94

Walker, N. W. 1 letter (1925, Nov. 30) to W. B. Ramsey.

Folder 95

Wayland, John W. 1 letter (1917, June 29) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 96

Wheeler, Leonard H. and Harriet Wheeler. 10 letters (1843-1855) to various addressees.

Scope and Content Note

Typed copies.
Folder 97

Wilkinson, William. 1 letter. [1920] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 98

Williams, Howard. 1 letter (1930, Mar. 25) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 99

Williamson, John Poage, 1835-1917. 2 letters (1907) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 100

Williamson, Thomas S. (Thomas Smith), 1800-1879. 14 letters (1839-1849) to Samuel W. (Samuel William) Pond.

Scope and Content Note

Typed copies.
Folder 101

Wilson, E. Graham. 1 letter. (1932, Aug. 22) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 102

Wilson, Lita Caldwell. 1 letter [before 1930] to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 103

Wilson, R. W., J. P. Lyon, F. Griffith, and Charles Young. 1 letter (1926, Nov. 13) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 104

Wilson, Warren H. 1 letter [between 1932 and 1934] to Hamilton Holt.

Folder 104

Wilson, Warren H. 8 letters (1919-1933) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 105

Wilson, Warren H. 1 letter (1932, Aug. 9) to Frederic H. Spaulding.

Physical Description: Two copies.
Folder 107

Yellah, Gladys G. 1 letter (1932, Nov. 11) to Mrs. Barrett.

Folder 108

Zeh, William H., Thomas Dodge, and F. M. Parker. 1 letter (1934, June 21) to John Collier, 1884-1968.

Folder 109

-----, Rebecca. 1 letter [c.1920] toLeroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Family.

Folder 110

-----, Rosy. 1 letter (n.d.) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Emilie Baehr Jackson.

Folder 111

-----. 1 letter (1945, June 1) toLeroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958, and Emilie Baehr Jackson.

Folder 112

Unidentified Correspondence, 3 letters (n.d.).

Box 5

Education Manuscripts, A-Jackson Essays

Folder 1

Cartwright, Morse A. (Morse Adams), 1890-. Suggestions for Education in the New U.S. Army: outline (1940, Sep. 27).

Folder 2

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.). Experimental Work in Tanning at the Charles H. Burke School: essay [1934 or 1935].

Folder 3

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.). Student Finance Plan [1935].

Folder 4

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. Clean Hands for Health: report (1935);

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 5

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. Growing and Using Indian Corn Navajo Fashion: report (1936, Feb.).

Folder 6

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. Letters to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1935-1936) ; 6 items.

Folder 7

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. Navajo Native Colored Yarns: report (1935, Mar.);

Physical Description: 3 copies.

Scope and Content Note

Note: One copy with yarn samples.
Folder 8

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. Slaughtering a Goat and Using it Navajo Fashion: report (1934, Nov.);

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 9

Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) Students. The Tanning of Sheep and Goat Hides for the Navajo Reservation: report (1935, Sep.);

Physical Description: 6 copies.
Folder 10

Cornwell, Nora. A School Room Situation and How it was Handled: essay [c.1925].

Folder 11

Housman, Mary. Home Visit: poem (1944, Oct.).

Folder 12

Hulsizer, Allan. Tentative Draft of a Handbook for Day School Teachers and Community Leaders: monograph (1935, Aug. 24).

Folder 13

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. An Account of a Visit to Taos Pueblo (1936, May 3).

Folder 14

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. An Account of His Departure from Alaska [1934].

Folder 15

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Annual Statistical Report of the Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) (1934);

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 16

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Beginnings of Government in Oregon and Washington: essay [c.1910].

Folder 17

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Burden of the World: essay and notes [c.1919].

Folder 18

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Commercial Interests of Germany in Morocco: essay (1913, May 30);

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 19

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Definition of Policy for Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) [1934 or 1935].

Folder 20

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Education in a Democracy: essay [c.1904].

Folder 21

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Educational Objectives Developed to Serve Tentatively as a Basis for a Navajo Curriculum at the Charles H. Burke School: report (1935, Feb. 15);

Physical Description: 3 copies.
Folder 22

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Educational Objectives Developed to Serve Tentatively as a Basis for the Curricular Activities of Wrangell Institute: report [1934-1935].

Scope and Content Note

Includes autograph edits for Navajo curriculum.
Folder 23

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding Education of Native American Children [c.1936].

Folder 24

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding Standardized Systems of Education [c.1935].

Folder 25

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding the American Educational System (1928).

Folder 26

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essay regarding the Commerce of the World [c.1900].

Scope and Content Note

Originally in a school essay book.
Folder 27

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Essays regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) [between 1921 and 1927]; 2 items.

Box 6

Education Manuscripts, Jackson Generalizations-N

Folder 1

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Generalizations in Regard to Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) [c.1935].

Folder 2

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. How to Improve the English in the Public Schools: essay (1904).

Scope and Content Note

Note: Removed to Oversize Box.
Folder 3

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Items regarding the Curriculum for Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) [c.1935].

Folder 4

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Lists of Courses Taught by Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1932); 2 items.

Folder 5

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes and Outline Made in a Study of the Influence of the German-Americans in American Politics During the Decade 1850-1860: essay (1913).

Folder 6

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes for Class Lectures [c.1929]; 5 items.

Folder 7

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes for Speeches regarding Education [1920-1940]; 13 items.

Folder 8

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding Commissioner of Indian Affairs [c.1934].

Folder 9

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding the Formation of Economy Programs in Schools (1932); 3 items.

Folder 10

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Notes regarding School Personnel [c.1934]; 3 items.

Folder 11

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Portuguese Maritime Explorations in the Fifteenth Century: essay [c.1910].

Folder 12

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Primary Education in France During the Century Preceeding [sic] the Revolution: essay (1909).

Folder 13

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Proposal for a Study of the Reorganization of Lower Division Work in American Colleges and Universities (n.d.).

Folder 14

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Province of the History Teacher: essay [1917].

Folder 15

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Relationship of the School to the Community: essay [c.1910].

Folder 16

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. References in Training for Citizenship [after 1931].

Folder 17

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Relation of the School to the Public Library: essay (1907, Nov. 1).

Folder 18

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Reorganizing the College to Meet Modern Needs: essay and notes [c.1929]; 8 items.

Folder 19

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Russia in World History: essay [between 1913 and 1916].

Folder 20

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The School and the Juvenile Court: essay (1932, May 13);

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Folder 21

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. A Schoolmaster's Confession: essay (n.d.).

Folder 22

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Some Phases of German-American Influence in the Formation of the Republican Party: essay (1913, June 9).

Scope and Content Note

Note: Essay was graded and corrected by Frederick Jackson Turner, 1861-1932, and includes a note in his handwriting.
Folder 23

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Some Working Propositions Relative to the Navajo Educational Program: essay [c.1934].

Folder 24

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Speech regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) [1928].

Folder 25

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Speech regarding the Duty of Christian Youth [1906].

Folder 26

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Untitled essay beginning, The Indian problem is something it seems should have been settled long ago. [c.1940].

Folder 27

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. Untitled essay beginning, The University of Chicago, under the leadership of its new president, Robert M. Hutchins... [1929].

Folder 28

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman), 1881-1958. The Work of Public Schools: speech (1904).

Folder 29

Jackson, Robert C. The Subjugation of the Navajo Indians: essay (1936, Apr. 17).

Folder 30

Jones, Thomas Jesse, 1873-1950. Essentials in Community Education: outline [c.1930];

Physical Description: 2 copies.

Scope and Content Note

On verso of last page are notes written by Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
Folder 32

National Probation Association. Papers given by Committee on Relationships Between the School and the Juvenile Court (1931, July 2); 3 items.

Box 7

Education Manuscripts, P-Z and Unidentified

Folder 1

Paez, Cornelio. Budget for Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) (1935, Aug. 14).

Folder 2

Ryan, W. Carson (Will Carson), b. 1885. Memorandum regarding Indian Education [c.1936].

Scope and Content Note

In the handwriting of Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.
Folder 3

State College of Washington. Outline and Guide to History 52: monograph (1916).

Folder 4

Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.) Faculty. Curriculum Studies for Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.) [1936]; 2 items.

Folder 5

Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.) Faculty. Report of Progress Toward the Foundation of a Program for Taos Day School: report (1936, June).

Folder 6

Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska). Senior Basic Course in Home Making: report (1933-1934).

Scope and Content Note

Includes assignments written by students.
Folder 7

Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska) Students. Letters to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 (1934-1935); 30 items.

Folder 8

Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska) Students. Salmon Class: report (1933-1934).

Folder 9

Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska) Students. Salmon Class: report (1934-1935).

Folder 10

-----. Art by Native American Students [1932-1937]; 21 items.

Folder 11

-----. Endorsements for Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) [between 1921 and 1927]; 3 items.

Folder 12

-----. Essays by Students [between 1929 and 1936]; 3 items.

Folder 13

-----. Information regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) [between 1921 and 1927].

Folder 14

-----. Item regarding Various Indian Schools (1935).

Folder 15

-----. Items related to Teaching History [1917-1930]; 5 items.

Folder 16

-----. Minutes of the Carolina New College Board of Trustees (1928-1929); 4 items.

Folder 17

-----. Miscellaneous Papers regarding Education (n.d.); 5 items.

Folder 18

-----. Papers regarding the Land of Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) (1926-1928); 3 items.

Folder 19

-----. Papers regarding Educational Sociology (n.d.); 2 items.

Folder 20

-----. Program for the Southwest Indian Service Conference (1934).

Folder 21

-----. Stanley McCormick School: Statement of Present Situation: report [1925-1926].

Folder 22

-----. Unit Organization of Activities for Elementary Grades, United States Indian Schools: report [c.1934].

Box 8

Education Ephemera

Folder 1

Articles regarding Education in the United States I (1917-1928); 15 items.

Folder 2

Articles regarding Education in the United States II (1930-1934); 11 items.

Folder 3

Miscellaneous Educational Documents and Items ([1910]-1934); 8 items.

Folder 4

Documents and Miscellaneous Items regarding Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska) (1933); 3 items.

Folder 5

Documents and Publications regarding Probation and Juvenile Court (1932); 4 items.

Folder 6, Folder 6

Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) and North Carolina (1923-1929); 13 items.

Folder 7

Newspaper Clippings: Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) and North Carolina (1922-1951); 22 items.

Folder 8

Newspaper Clippings: Education in the United States I ([1920]-1929); 16 items.

Folder 9

Newspaper Clippings: Education in the United States II (1930-1931); 29 items.

Folder 10

Newspaper Clippings: Indian Schools (1934); 4 items.

Folder 11

Photographs: Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) [1917-1928]; 50 items.

Folder 12

Photographs: Indian Schools [1932-1935]; 13 items.

Box 9

Education Ephemera continued

Folder 1

Publications of Carolina New College (Burnsville, N.C.) (1928-1930); 7 items.

Folder 2

Publications of Charles H. Burke School (Fort Wingate, N.M.) (1932-1936); 7 items.

Folder 3

Publications of Taos Day School (Taos, N.M.) (1936-1937); 3 items.

Folder 4

Publications of Various Indian Schools I (1896-1912); 7 items.

Folder 5

Publications of Various Indian Schools II (1927-1935); 3 items.

Folder 6

Publications of Various U.S. Universities and Colleges I ([1910]-1929); 20 items.

Folder 7

Publications of Various U.S. Universities and Colleges II (1930-[1950]); 9 items.

Folder 8

Publications of Wrangell Institute (Wrangell, Alaska) (1933-1936); 5 items.

Box 10

General Ephemera

Folder 1

Announcements for Jolly Jinks Song Book by Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958 [1922]; 2 items.

Folder 2

Documents, Photographs, and Maps regarding World War, 1914-1918, and World War, 1939-1945 (1917-1942); 52 items.

Folder 3

Articles regarding Native American Arts and Crafts (1931-1972); 14 items.

Folder 4

Articles regarding Native American Ceremonial Dances ([1950]-1963); 4 items.

Folder 5

Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding Native Americans ([1869]-1988); 24 items.

Folder 6

Articles and Miscellaneous Items regarding New Mexico (1905-1983); 16 items.

Folder 7

Articles (Miscellaneous) (1968); 2 items.

Folder 8

Magazine Illustrations of Native American Arts and Crafts (1931-1950); 45 items.

Folder 9

Magazine Illustrations of Native Americans (1931-1988); 22 items.

Folder 10

Maps ([1910]-1982); 4 items.

Folder 11

Newspaper Clippings: Native Americans ([1900]-1994); 13 items.

Folder 12

Newspaper Clippings: World War, 1914-1918 (1917-1919); 9 items.

Folder 13

Newspaper Clippings: World War, 1939-1945 (1942-1945); 4 items.

Folder 14

Newspaper Clippings: Miscellaneous ([1920]-1990); 26 items.

Folder 15

Photographs [1928-1936]; 9 items.

Box 11

General Ephemera continued

Folder 1

Publications of the Museum of Northern Arizona (1930-1934); 24 items.

Folder 2

Publications of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (1915-1935); 4 items.

Folder 3

Publications regarding American Southwest Archaeology (1928-1934); 3 items.

Folder 4

Publications regarding Native Americans ([1970]-1984); 5 items.

Folder 5

Publications regarding Native American Missions (1854-1913); 13 items.

Folder 6

Publications regarding New Mexico Tourism ([1950]-1975); 15 items.

Folder 7

Publications (Miscellaneous) (1895-1935); 3 items.

Box 12

Index Cards

Box 13

Oversize Items

Folder 1

Akers, Charles N. 1 letter. (1908, July 28) to Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958.

Folder 2

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. A Series of Articles regarding America and World War, 1914-1918 [between 1914 and 1918]; 10 items.

Folder 3

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. The Beginnings of American Neutrality: essay [c.1914].

Folder 4

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. How to Improve the English in the Public Schools: essay (1904).

Folder 5

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. Isaac Ingalls Stevens: Empire Builder: speech [c.1910]; two drafts.

Folder 6

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. The Relationship of the School to the Community: essay [c.1910].

Folder 7

Jackson, Leroy F. (Leroy Freeman) Jackson, 1881-1958. The Thinker: essay and notes [between 1914 and 1918].