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Finding Aid for the Clarence A. Dykstra Papers, 1930-1950 bulk 1930-1945
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Box 2

Addresses and articles. prior to 1930

Box 2

Material for book on government (never published).

Box 3

Miscellaneous correspondence re Cincinnati. 1930

Physical Description: [1 folder].
Box 4

Cincinatti matters; Bureau of Government Research. 1930-35

Box 5

Addresses. ca. 1930-35

Box 6

Addresses (Future of American cities, 1934). 1935-35

Box 7

Addresses. 1935-36

Box 15

Material on Cincinnati government.

Box 18

Urbanism study.

Physical Description: (5 vol.).
Box 19

Transportation.

Box 19

National Resources Committee activities.

Box 20

Municipal Act of Cincinnati. 1930s

Box 21

Correspondence - personal and congratulatory.

Box 21

C.A. Dykstra's Appointment to the UW Presidency 1883-1950

Box 21

1) “Relatives.”

Box 21

2) “California.”

Box 21

3) “Washington, D.C.”

Box 21

4) “New York.”

Box 21

5) “Illinois.”

Box 21

6) “Cincinnati.”

Box 21

7) “Miscellaneous” (including a few from other countries).

Box 22

Congratulatory Letters on UW Appointment

Box 22

1) “Wisconsin (excluding Madison).”

Box 22

2) “Madison.”

Box 22

3) “Some Copies of Letters of Recommendation re Mr. Dykstra Written by Various Persons to U of W.”

Box 22

4) “Miscellaneous Material That Mr. Dykstra Indicated He May Want to Look Over in the Future.”

Box 22

6 Addresses and 1 Article:

Box 22

1) “Charge to Graduating Class.” June 21, 1937

Physical Description: (8pp., 1 copy on file).
Box 22

2) “Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, Addresses Given at the Eighty-Fifth Annual Commencement.” June 19 & 20, 1937

Scope and Content Note

Includes:

    Note

    ***(One copy in UWHP files)
    Box 22

    3) “Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin: Addresses Given at the 87th. Annual Commencement.” June 17, 1940

    Scope and Content Note

    Includes:

      Note

      ***(One copy in UWHP files)
      Box 22

      4) “Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin: Addresses Given at the Eighty-Eight Annual Commencement.” June 23, 1941

      Scope and Content Note

      Includes:

        Note

        ***(One copy in UWHP files)
        Box 22

        5) “Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin: Addresses Given During the 90th Annual Commencement of the University of Wisconsin.” May 28-29, 1943

        Scope and Content Note

        Includes:

          Note

          ***(1 copy in UWHP files)
          Box 22

          6) “San Francisco and Beyond,” by C.A. Dykstra (11th Annual William Henry Snyder Lecture delivered at Los Angeles City College). May 29, 1945

          Physical Description: (2 copies on file).
          Box 22

          7) Article: “Critical Problems Facing Our Nation,” by C.A. Dykstra in Summer Cardinal. July 9, 1940

          Physical Description: (p.2).
          Box 23

          Notes for “Political Science 7,” taught by John M. Gaus, Llewellyn Pfankuchen, William Beard, Harold W. Stoke, and C.A. Dykstra.

          Physical Description: (Bound folder).

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes “The Changing Scene in Governmental Relationships,” by C.A. Dykstra, at the Luncheon Meeting of the National Convention of the League of Women Voters, May 1, 1936 [13pp.].
          Also contains syllabi from “Freshman Forum” from 1940-41 through 1944-45.
          Box 23

          Box Entitled “Speeches and Essays”:

          Box 23

          1) “Commencement Address, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 5, 1939

          Physical Description: (9pp.).
          Box 23

          2) “The State University: Sesquicentennial, the University of North Carolina,” by C.A. Dykstra. January 15, 1945

          Physical Description: (17pp.).
          Box 23

          3) “The Risks of Democracy,” by C.A. Dykstra. n.d.

          Physical Description: (22pp.).
          Box 23

          4) “Devotion to Democracy,” by C.A. Dykstra, at National Congress of Parents and Teachers, Cincinnati, Ohio. May 4, 1939

          Physical Description: (16pp.).
          Box 23

          5) “Planning--Cincinnati,” by C.A. Dykstra, at Baltman Dinner, Cincinnati, Ohio. February 23, 1940

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          6) “The University and the City,” [nothing else].

          Physical Description: (13pp).
          Box 23

          7) “Southcentral Wisconsin Forum on Post-War Planning.” Madison, Wisconsin. November 16, 1944

          Box 23

          8) “Introduction to Lord Halifax, Madison, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. December 1, 1944

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          9) “To the Faculty,” by C.A. Dykstra. January 8, 1945

          Physical Description: (7pp.).
          Box 23

          10) “Pro Arte Farewell Concert,” by C.A. Dykstra. January 8, 1945

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          11) “Legislative Banquet,” by C.A. Dykstra in Madison. March 17, 1943

          Physical Description: (9pp.).
          Box 23

          12) “Address of Welcome, National Academy of Science,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 13, 1941

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          13) “Serving Uncle Sam,” by C.A. Dykstra, from Stuhldreher's Football Letter. [n.d.]

          Scope and Content Note

          [From First Football Letter of 1942 Season, p.4]
          Box 23

          14) “Report of the Committee on the Program and Status of the School of Congress.” January 7, 1944

          Physical Description: (17pp. mimeograph).

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes three sections outlining proposed school and statements by F. Elwell, W. Kiekhofer, Frederick Ogg, Philip G. Fox, Mark Ingraham, C.J. Anderson, and Harold M. Groves.
          Box 23

          15) “Report of the University Committee on Faculty Salaries,” University Faculty Document 714. November 1944

          Box 23

          16) Pamphlet: “Citizenship Days.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Addresses delivered by C.A. Dykstra (pp.3-6) and Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry (pp.7-10).
          Box 23

          17) C.A. Dykstra to Board of Regents re College of Commerce. February 25, 1944

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          18) Text of “While Storms of Adversity Blow.” Wisconsin State Journal (Centennial Edition). September-24, 1939

          Physical Description: (Section 3, pp.3, 15, 23).
          Box 23

          19) “This is My Country,” by C.A. Dykstra. August 9, 1943

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 23

          20) “Parents' Week-End Address,” by C.A. Dykstra. May 24, 1941

          Physical Description: (7pp.).
          Box 23

          21) “Youth and Service in a Democracy,” by C.A. Dykstra [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          22) “To the Curriculum Committee of the College of Letters and Science,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 30, 1944

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          23) “Excerpts from an address on Democracy and Education to be given in Washington, D.C.” by C.A. Dykstra. March 21, 1938

          Physical Description: (9pp.).
          Box 23

          24) “At the Inland Daily Press, Chicago, Illinois,” by C.A. Dykstra. May 16, 1939

          Scope and Content Note

          Miscellaneous comments on Thomas Jefferson.
          Box 23

          25) “Freshman Convocation,” by C.A. Dykstra. September 17, 1942

          Physical Description: (8pp.).
          Box 23

          26) “To the Editor of the Cardinal.” Letter by C.A. Dykstra. January 14, 1942

          Physical Description: (1p.).
          Box 23

          27) “Faith for Our Times,” by C.A. Dykstra. November 28, 1941

          Physical Description: (5pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline of address given at the Hillel Foundation.
          Box 23

          28) “Founders' Day Address,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 11, 1942

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 23

          29) “Responsibility of the State University,” by C.A. Dykstra. November 13-14, 1939

          Physical Description: (6pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline of address given in Washington, D.C. to the National Association of State Universities.
          Box 23

          30) “Faculty Meeting,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 7, 1940

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          31) “Lecture II--Political Science 7,” by C.A. Dykstra. [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (4pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          32) “Freshman Forum,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 4, 1940

          Physical Description: (1p.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          33) “The Changing World,” by C.A. Dykstra. [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (4pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          34) “Dr. Birge,” by C.A. Dykstra. September 9, 1940

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Poem given at a dinner for Dr. Birge in connection with the Symposium on Hydrobiology.
          Box 23

          35) “Charge to the Class,” by C.A. Dykstra, Commencement Address. June 16, 17, 1940

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          36) “Alumni Banquet,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 15, 1940

          Physical Description: (12pp.).
          Box 23

          37) “Notes for Short Course Commencement Address, College of Agriculture,” by C.A. Dykstra. March 11, 1939

          Physical Description: (1p.).
          Box 23

          38) “Parents' Week End Address,” by C.A. Dykstra. May 20, 1939

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          39) “Alumni,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 17, 1939

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          40) “Charge to the Graduating Class,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 19, 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          41) “Possible Statement for the Board of Regents,” by C.A. Dykstra. September 20, 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          [Penciled in: “Not used.”]
          Box 23

          42) “Universities and the Spirit of Democracy, Founders' Day Address,” by Joseph E. Davies, Washington, D.C.. February 7, 1940

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          43) “Founders' Day Alumni Broadcast,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 7, 1940

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          44) “Joint Finance Committee, Madison, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. March 1, 1939

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          45) “Phi Kappa Phi, Madison, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 23, 1939

          Physical Description: (11pp.).
          Box 23

          46) “Ninety Years Without Slumbering,” by C.A. Dykstra, University Founders' Day Address. February 6, 1939

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          47) “Ten Days West,” by C.A. Dykstra, University Club. December 14, 1937

          Physical Description: (6pp.).
          Box 23

          48) Letter to Budget Hearing Julius P. Heil (Governor). December 12, 1939

          Physical Description: (11pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          re Budget Hearing.
          Box 23

          49) “Charge to Graduating Class,” by C.A. Dykstra. 1938[?]

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          50) “Charge to Graduating Class,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 21, 1937

          Physical Description: (8pp.).
          Box 23

          51) “To the Medical Graduates,” by C.A. Dykstra. November 20, 1943

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          52) “Charge to the Class: Commencement--The University of Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. May 27, 1944

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          53) “Faculty Meeting,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 2, 1944

          Physical Description: (10pp.).
          Box 23

          54) “Introduction of Archibald MacLeish,” by C.A. Dykstra. July 31, 1944

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          55) “Address by Clarence A. Dykstra, president of the University of Wisconsin and director of Selective Service, Washington, D.C., before the Council for Democracy Mass Meeting at 10:15 P.M. EST, in Carnegie Hall, New York City, under the auspices of the Columbia Broadcasting System.” Wednesday, November 6, 1940

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Press release.
          Box 23

          56) “After Survival--What?” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered at the 175th. Anniversary of Rutgers University. October 11, 1941

          Physical Description: (11pp.).
          Box 23

          57) “These Freedoms of Ours,” by C.A. Dykstra, University of Nebraska Commencement Address. June 10, 1940

          Physical Description: (15pp.).
          Box 23

          58) “The Individual and the Democratic Adventure,” by C.A. Dykstra, Address to American Council of Guidance and Personnel Associations in St. Louis. February 22, 1940

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Note

          (Original in longhand in University of Wisconsin file)
          Box 23

          59) “Notes for Kansas City, Missouri, Address,” by C.A. Dykstra. December 10, 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          60) “Meeting the Challenge to Democracy,” excerpts from a speech by C.A. Dykstra to National Municipal League Conference in Baltimore in the St. Louis Dispatch. [n.p.]. Monday, January 30, 1939

          Box 23

          61) “Remarks at Alumni Luncheon, Harvard University,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 19, 1941

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          62) “University of Minnesota Charter Day Address,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 16, 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          63) “Johns Hopkins University Commencement Exercises,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 22, 1941

          Physical Description: (14pp.).
          Box 23

          64) “What Shall We Do With Radio? National Conference on Educational Broadcasting, Chicago, Illinois,” by C.A. Dykstra. December 1, 1937

          Physical Description: (7pp.).
          Box 23

          65) “Total Victory--Our Objective, Eighth Annual Recreation Conference, Chicago, Illinois,” by C.A. Dykstra. December 11, 1942

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          66) Pamphlet: “The Problem of Survival,” by C.A. Dykstra, 55th. Annual Convention of the Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, Chicago. November 10, 1941

          Physical Description: (7pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Penciled in request that “Copies be held and not sent from office.”
          Box 23

          67) “Radio in Post War Education Association for Education by Radio, Chicago, Illinois,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 24, 1944

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          68) “A Public Administrator Looks at Education,” by C.A. Dykstra, Northwestern University Summer Session. July 7, 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 23

          69) “Relations with the Official Public,” by C.A. Dykstra, Institute for Public Relations, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. February 27, 1940

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          70) “Alumni, Wisconsin Education Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. November 2, 1939

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          71) “Milwaukee Junior Chamber of Commerce,” Radio Talk by C.A. Dykstra. January 20, 1939

          Physical Description: (13pp.).
          Box 23

          72) “Excerpts from the talk by Clarence A. Dykstra at the Biennial Conference of the Wisconsin Conference of Social Work at Milwaukee,” by C.A. Dykstra. [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          73) “What Is Wisconsin Problem?” by C.A. Dykstra. [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          74) “Talk to Extension,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered by Extension Freshman English Class, Milwaukee. September 30, 1938

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          75) “Golden Rules For City Government,” by C.A. Dykstra, at Town Hall, Milwaukee. February 17, 1938

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          76) “Excerpts from an Address to the Wisconsin Bankers Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra [speech entitled “The Constitution of Self-Government”]. Thursday, January 20, 1938

          Physical Description: (13pp.).
          Box 23

          77) “Inauguration of President Bevis,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 25, 1940

          Physical Description: (13pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          With revisions.
          Box 23

          78) “The Next Fifty Years,” by C.A. Dykstra, 50th. Anniversary of Oklahoma A & M, Stillwater, Oklahoma. December 15, 1941

          Physical Description: (15pp.).
          Box 23

          79) “Commencement Address, University of West Virginia,” by C.A. Dykstra. June 3, 1939

          Physical Description: (14pp.).
          Box 23

          80) “Address before the Wisconsin Council of Agriculture, Green Bay, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. October 21, 1937

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 23

          81) Excerpts from C.A. Dykstra address in Fond du Lac to Wisconsin League of Municipalities.

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 23

          82) “What Schools Can Do to Defend Democracy,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered to public school teachers in Beloit. January 19, 1942

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          83) “Our Cities, Their Place in the National Economy,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered to League of Women Voters, Green Bay, Wisconsin. October 19, 1937

          Physical Description: (5pp.).
          Box 23

          84) UW Press Release of summary of speech delivered by C.A. Dykstra to Wisconsin Council of Agriculture at dinner in Green Bay. October 22, [n.d.]

          Box 23

          85) “Mill and Community Safety Days, Kimberly, Wisconsin,” by C.A. Dykstra. November 2, 1939

          Physical Description: (5pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          86) “Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin: Citizenship Training and Induction for New Voters, Original Handbook.” May 1939

          Physical Description: (32pp. pamphlet).

          Scope and Content Note

          With Foreword by C.A. Dykstra (p.2)
          Box 23

          87) “Three Minute Remarks of C.A. Dykstra . . . to be sent to Enar A. Ahlstrom, Leathem D. Smith Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay.” [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (2pp.).
          Box 23

          88) “Government and Intervention,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. January 26, 1940

          Physical Description: (12pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          89) “A World View--Is It Possible,” by C.A. Dykstra delivered to National Association of Supervisors of State Banks. September 28, 1944

          Physical Description: (6pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          90) “Post War Planning and Education,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered to Wisconsin Welfare Council, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October 9, 1942

          Physical Description: (4pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          91) “Service--A Democratic Imperative,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered at the H.J. Grant Dinner. [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (5pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          92) “The Finger Prints of Conflict,” by C.A. Dykstra, delivered to International Association of Identification held in Milwaukee. September 10, 1942

          Physical Description: (2pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Outline.
          Box 23

          “Recordings for Broadcasts.” 1939-44

          Box 23

          “Chicago, Illinois.”

          Note

          (See photocopy either at beginning of folder, or in UW History Project files)
          Box 23

          “Nebraska.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Madison.” 1943-45

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Madison.” 1942

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Kansas.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Kentucky.”

          Note

          (No photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Iowa.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Indiana.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Colorado.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “California.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Tennessee.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Pennsylvania.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Oklahoma.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Texas.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Virginia and West Virginia.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Madison.” 1937

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Missouri.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 24

          “Wisconsin A-W.”

          Note

          (No photocopy)
          Box 24

          [Commencement Addresses].

          Box 24

          [Speeches while at Wisconsin - all over the country].

          Box 25

          “New York.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Boxes 25-26

          “American Youth Commission” 1937-1944

          Box 25

          a) “Outline For Discussion Proposed Findings and Recommendations to be Considered for Inclusion in the General Report of the American Youth Commission (Preliminary and Confidential--Not For Publication).” May 10, 1941

          Physical Description: (81pp.).
          Box 25

          b) “Youth Employment and Unemployment,” vol.1 [Chapters 1-4] A Staff Report Prepared for the American Youth Commission. May 10, 1941

          Physical Description: (174pp.).
          Box 25

          c) Small amount of miscellaneous correspondence.

          Box 25

          3) “Statements.” 1937-44

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 25

          4) “Meeting of the American Youth Commission.” July 22-23, 1940

          Scope and Content Note

          Reports, speeches, correspondence.
          Box 25

          5) Pamphlet: “A Program of Action For American Youth.”

          Physical Description: (19pp., 2 copies on file).

          Note

          ***(One copy on file, UWHP)
          Box 25

          6) “Hearing Before the Committee on the Library, House of Representatives, 76th. Congress, Third Session, on H.Q. 9763, A Bill to Provide For the Establishment of a Youth Reference Center in the Library of Congress.” June 21, 1940

          Physical Description: (60pp.).
          Box 25

          7) “Draft Statement for Consideration by the Commission at its Meeting: Youth and the National Defense.” July 22-23, 1940

          Physical Description: (415pp.).
          Box 25

          8) “Youth Work Programs,” Prepared for American Youth Commission by Lewis L. Lorwin.

          Physical Description: (183pp.).
          Box 25

          9) “Draft Statement for Consideration by the Commission at its Meeting.” July 22-23, 1940

          Physical Description: (45pp.).
          Box 26

          “American Youth Commission, Meeting of the.” April 15-16, 1940

          Box 26

          “Committee on Civil Service Improvement.”

          Box 26

          “Council of State Governments.”

          Box 26

          “Governor's Hour (The National Conference of the Air).”

          Boxes 26-27

          National Municipal League Activities 1941-1945

          Box 27

          “September 1941-August 1942.”

          Box 27

          “September 1942-August 1943.”

          Box 27

          “September 1943-August 1944-45.”

          Box 27

          International City Managers' Association.

          Box 27

          “Civil Service Assembly.” 1937-38

          Box 27

          “International City Manager's Association.” [n.d.]

          Box 27

          Loose material dealing with the American Youth Commission.

          Scope and Content Note

          Including “What the High Schools Ought to Teach“; and Chapter IV, “Secondary Education for American Youth.”

          Note

          [From American Youth Commission publication?]
          Box 27

          “Technical Board of Review (Federal Administration of Public Works).”

          Scope and Content Note

          Explanation says “Mr. D. was a member of the Board--it has since been terminated.”
          Box 28

          National Municipal League

          Physical Description: [5 folders].
          Box 28

          1) “1938.”

          Box 28

          2) “1939.”

          Box 28

          3) “Current correspondence.”

          Box 28

          4) “Model Charter.”

          Box 28

          5) “Haynes Foundation.”

          Box 28

          National Resources Planning Board 1939-1944

          Physical Description: [4 folders].
          Box 28

          1) “1939.”

          Box 28

          2) “1941-42.”

          Box 28

          3) “1942-43.”

          Box 28

          4) “1943-44.”

          Box 29

          National Resources Committee 1939

          Physical Description: [11 folders].
          Box 29

          1) “National Resources Committee.” 1939

          Box 29

          2) “Manuscripts, National Resources Committee.”

          Physical Description: (File folder empty).
          Box 29

          3) “C.A. Dykstra's copy of The Final Use of Resources, by Gardiner C. Means.” August 1939

          Box 29

          4) “Proportional Representation.”

          Box 29

          5) “Spelman Fund.” 1941-45

          Scope and Content Note

          ”Since 1929, the Spelman Fund has been concerned with the betterment of methods of public administration.”
          Box 29

          6) “Spelman Fund Correspondence.” 1937

          Box 29

          7) “Spelman Fund Correspondence.” 1938

          Box 29

          8) “Spelman Fund Correspondence.” 1939

          Box 29

          9) “Spelman Fund Correspondence.” 1940

          Box 29

          10) “Spelman Fund--Financial Reports.”

          Box 29

          11) “The Structure of the American Economy, Part 1. Basic Characteristics.” Prepared by the National Resources Committee. June 1939

          Physical Description: (184pp.).
          Box 30

          Numerous folders of minutes of the Board of Trustees meetings of the Spelman Fund.

          Box 31

          More Board of Trustees minutes, Spelman Fund.

          Box 31

          Tax Policy Reports, by the Tax Institute.” 1941-44

          Physical Description: (Bound).
          Box 32

          “Tax Institutes.” 1941-42

          Box 32

          “Tax Policy League (Tax Institute since November 9, 1940), Correspondence.” May 1937-July 1941

          Box 32

          “Tax Policy League--General Correspondence 309 E. 34th. St., New York City. (Mr. D. a member--serving on Advisory Council).”

          Box 32

          “Town Hall, Incorporated.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Deals with “America's Town Meeting of the Air, A National Forum for the Discussion of Public Questions.”

          Note

          C.A. Dykstra was on the Town Hall National Program Advisory Committee.
          Box 32

          Who's Who in America. 1944-45

          Scope and Content Note

          Apparently C.A. Dykstra was in Who's Who in America.
          Box 32

          “Letters Regarding: Chairmanship Selective Service and Resignation Mediation Board.”

          Boxes 33-34

          Selective Service Correspondence

          Box 33

          1) “Selective Service Correspondence, A.”

          Box 33

          2) “Selective Service Correspondence, B.”

          Box 33

          3) “Selective Service Correspondence, C.”

          Box 33

          4) “Selective Service Correspondence, D.”

          Scope and Content Note

          [Includes correspondence from Bernard Baruch, among other notables. Gives reader good idea of scope of C.A. Dykstra's Selective Service responsibilities.]
          Box 34

          1) “Inter-Office Memos.” 1940-41

          Box 34

          2) “Daily Calendar.” October-December 1940

          Box 34

          3) “Selective Service Correspondence, E.”

          Box 34

          4) “Executive Order (no.8569)“

          Scope and Content Note

          “Designating the Director of Selective Service to Perform Certain Duties and Functions, Under the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940.”
          Box 34

          5) “Selective Service Correspondence, F.”

          Box 34

          6) “Selective Service Correspondence, G.”

          Box 34

          7) “Selective Service Correspondence, H.”

          Box 34

          8) “Selective Service Correspondence, I.”

          Box 34

          9) “ Badger Quarterly Editorials.” 1938-1944

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes drafts of “BQEs” for: January, March, June 1938 and October 1938; January, March , June and October 1939; January, March, June, October 1940 and December 1940; March, September and December 1941; March and September 1942; March, May and September 1943; March, June, September and December 1944).
          Box 34

          10) Manuscripts of Magazine Articles:

          Box 34

          a) “Efficiency in City Government,” by C.A. Dykstra. February 1939

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 34

          b) “A Quarter Century of Land Economics,” by C.A. Dykstra. For Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics. February [n.y.]

          Physical Description: (4pp.).
          Box 34

          c) An editorial by C.A. Dykstra in which he responded to the question of jobs in the U.S. From The Leatherneck. 1944

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 34

          d) “This Is My Country,” by C.A. Dykstra [no publication listed]. August 20, 1943

          Physical Description: (3pp.).
          Box 34

          11) “Ohio.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 34

          [Speeches in Ohio].

          Box 35

          1) “Statements by the President to the Board of Regents.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes April 25, 1939; May 8, 1939; June 1, 1939; June 2, 1939; July 11, 1939; September 19, 1939; October 19, 1939; March 18, 1942; April 2, 1942.
          Box 35

          “Alumni Magazine Articles.”

          Box 35

          “Maryland.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Madison.” 1939-

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Madison.” 1940

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Madison.” 1941

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Massachusetts.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Michigan.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 35

          “Illinois.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 36

          American Municipal Association. 1940s

          Box 36

          “Minnesota.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 36

          “New Jersey.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 36

          “Washington, D.C.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 36

          “North Carolina.”

          Note

          (See photocopy)
          Box 36

          Copies of the Following Bound Pamphlets:

          Box 36

          a) “The University's Responsibilities in Training for Citizenship,” by C.A. Dykstra at inauguration of President Bevis of Ohio State University. October 25, 1940

          Physical Description: (24pp.).
          Box 36

          b) “Phi Beta Kappa Address,” by C.A. Dykstra at Hobart College. June 1938

          Physical Description: (18pp., 6 copies on file).

          Note

          ***(One copy in UWHP files)
          Box 36

          c) “Education and World Conflict,” by C.A. Dykstra in The Yale Review. Autumn 1942

          Box 36

          d) “Santa Ana Conference on the Returning Serviceman.” [n.d.]

          Physical Description: (56pp.).

          Note

          C.A. Dykstra, who was Provost of UCLA at the time, is chairman of this committee.
          Box 36

          e) “Some Thoughts on Engineering Education,” by Donald M. Baker (with discussion by C.A. Dykstra among others) 1947

          Physical Description: (p.745).

          Scope and Content Note

          Reprinted from Transactions (vol.112).
          Box 36

          f) Edmund J. Jones Lectures on Government. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 1944

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes “Democracy and the Manpower Crisis,” by C.A. Dykstra (pp.32-49).
          Boxes 36-37

          Papers on the American Political Science Association 1938-1945

          Box 36

          “1942-43 (44-45).”

          Box 37

          “1940-41.”

          Box 37

          “1939.”

          Box 37

          “1938.”

          Box 37

          “Personnel Service Edition.” 1938

          Scope and Content Note

          1p. resume of the American Political Science Association, of which C.A. Dykstra is president.
          Box 37

          “American Political Science Association, the Personnel Service, Report On Nine Years of the Personnel Service.” December 27, 1937

          Note

          (A continuation of no.4 above)
          Box 38

          “American Planning and Civic Association (Formerly American Civic Association and National Conference on City Planning).” 1938-44

          Box 38

          “American Academy of Political and Social Science.”

          Note

          (Note: Mr. D. elected vice President in 1937)
          Box 38

          “American Public Welfare Association.”

          Box 38

          “American Youth Commission.” 1942-1945

          Scope and Content Note

          Correspondence and drafts of reports.
          Box 38

          “American Youth Commission of American Council of Education.”

          Physical Description: (186 pp.).

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes Confidential “Preliminary Report For Discussion, Final General Report of the American Youth Commission [Youth and the Future, Tentative Timetable].”
          Box 39

          “Invitations.”

          Box 39

          “Joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and Recreation.”

          Box 39

          “Selective Service Correspondence, J.”

          Box 39

          “Selective Service Correspondence, K.”

          Box 39

          “Selective Service Correspondence, L.”

          Box 39

          “Selective Service Correspondence, Me.”

          Box 39

          “Selective Service Correspondence, M.”

          Box 40

          “Selective Service Correspondence, N.”

          Box 40

          “Selective Service Correspondence, 0.”

          Box 40

          “Selective Service Correspondence, P.”

          Box 40

          “Selective Service Correspondence, Q.”

          Box 40

          “Selective Service Correspondence, R.”

          Box 40

          “Personal Accounts.”

          Box 40

          “Press.” Various newspaper articles on Selective Service and Mediation Board.

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes November 10, 1940 New York Times Magazine article “Dykstra Talks of Service and the Nation”.
          Box 40

          “Pro Arte Quartet.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Correspondence relating to the Pro Arte Quartet, much of it relevant to UW.
          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, U.”

          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, V.”

          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, W.”

          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, Miscellaneous.”

          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, Y.”

          Box 41

          “Selective Service Correspondence, X-Y.”

          Box 41

          “Clarence A. Dykstra--Selective Service System.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes two letters to C.A. Dykstra from FDR; one from wife Eleanor).
          Box 41

          “Travel--Selective Service.”

          Boxes 41-42

          “Joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and Recreation (Miscellaneous Correspondence)” 1940-45

          Box 41

          “1942-45.”

          Box 42

          “1942-43.”

          Box 42

          “1941-42.”

          Box 42

          “1940-41.”

          Box 42

          “Report of the Committee on a Design for General Education for Members of the Armed Forces.”

          Physical Description: (Mimeographed).

          Scope and Content Note

          Papers include:
          • “Report of the Committee on a Design for General Education for Members of the Armed Forces” [n.d., no author listed] (35pp.).
          • “Part II: A Design for General Education for Members of the Armed Forces” [n.d., in outline form, no pp. listed]; etc.
          Box 42

          “Keough, Austin C.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Cap Times article saying C.A. Dykstra denied reports that he had been offered presidency of Motion Pictures Producers.
          [Also], correspondence re to C.A. Dykstra's involvement in labor dispute and motion picture industry.
          Box 43

          “Selective Service Correspondence, S.”

          Box 43

          “Selective Service Correspondence, T.”

          Box 43

          “Speeches and Public Relations.” Includes:

          Box 43

          a) Some photographs (not labeled) of what looks like Selective Service events.

          Box 43

          b) Numerous articles, statements, etc., dealing with selective service.

          Box 43

          c) A copy of “A Year in the Army” which, the note from Lola Bradford explains, is to appear in Coronet Magazine. [March 1, no year]

          Box 43

          d) Correspondence re Town Hall: “An Educational Institution Founded in 1894 as the League for Political Education.

          Box 43

          e) Speeches, including:

          Scope and Content Note

          • “Ohio State University, October 25--Columbus,” [n.d.] (13pp.), which includes handwritten draft.
          • “Albany Speech--February 12, 1941,” (3pp.), which includes handwritten draft.
          • “The Current Challenge to Education,” by C.A. Dykstra, February 22, 1941, delivered to Johns Hopkins University, Commencement Exercises (14pp.).
          Box 43

          “A Letter to A Selectee-- Coronet Magazine.” June 1941

          Scope and Content Note

          Also contains 8pp. article “A Year in 'the Army,” by C.A. Dykstra (including handwritten draft).
          Box 43

          Envelope addressed to C.A. Dykstra with return address “Federal Works Agency.”

          Physical Description: (All photos labeled and dated, with the principle people identified).

          Scope and Content Note

          Has [excellent] photos of dress rehearsal of draft lottery and the actual lottery.
          Box 45

          “Plaque from Navy commemorating C.A. Dykstra.”

          Box 45

          “Personal Clippings.”

          Scope and Content Note

          One article from April 28, 1940 Wisconsin State Journal, [n.p.] entitled “Curly Took the 'Grow up to be President' Line Seriously.” Short biographical sketch.
          Box 45

          “Dykstra, J.W. Detroit.”

          Box 45

          “Mrs. John S. Dykstra.”

          Box 45

          “Edward J. Dykstra.”

          Box 45

          “Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Hartley.”

          Box 45

          “Miscellaneous Articles--Poems--Pictures (Personal for Mr. Dykstra).”

          Box 45

          “S.H. Dykstra.”

          Box 45

          “Mrs. R.H. Hartley.”

          Box 45

          “E.L. Love.”

          Box 45

          “Dorothy Cooper Plummer.”

          Box 45

          “Miscellaneous Family Correspondence.”

          Box 45

          “Proposed Trips to France and Germany--1933-1934-1936. Mr. D. was unable to go in each case.”

          Box 45

          “Passport--C.A. Dykstra.”

          Box 45

          “British Embassy, Invitation of.”

          Box 45

          “Rollen B. Posey.”

          Box 45

          “Bill--Paid.”

          Box 45

          “Correspondence re furniture President's House.”

          Box 45

          “Regent Statement--Interpretation of Terms re Dykstra appointment.”

          Box 45

          “Heinemann, Fred--Merrill, Wisconsin, Northern Wisconsin Lake Property.”

          Box 45

          “(Otto, Martha) Goheen, Mrs. Richard S.”

          Box 45

          “Hudson Shipping company ( re refund on duty paid on articles brought from Europe).”

          Box 45

          “Magazine Subscriptions.”

          Box 45

          “Correspondence with Martha Otto.” 1937-40

          Box 45

          “Saks & Company, Montreal, Canada, Antiques.”

          Box 46

          “Summer Home, Wisconsin.”

          Box 46

          “Clippings: Obituary of C.A. Dykstra.”

          Box 46

          “Taylor, Harold.”

          Box 46

          “C.A. Dykstra--Honorary Memberships in Societies and Organizations.”

          Box 46

          “Pi Gamma Mu--Social Science Honor Society.”

          Box 46

          “Delta Upsilon.”

          Box 46

          “Honorary Degrees Received by Mr. Dykstra.”

          Box 46

          “Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence of all Kinds.”

          Note

          (Arranged in no special order)
          Box 46

          “Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi certificates.”

          Box 46

          “Honorary Degrees.”

          Box 47

          City of Cincinnati (last 5.5 meetings). 1930

          Box 48

          City of Cincinnati. 1936 (July-December)

          Box 49

          “Travel--Army Specialized Training Division--Beukema Committee.”

          Box 49

          “ASTD.” November 15-16, 1943

          Box 49

          “Army Air Forces.”

          Box 49

          “Committee on Relationships of Higher Education and Federal Government.”

          Box 49

          “C.A. Dykstra--Travel & Expense--Mediation Board.”

          Box 49

          “Travel--War Manpower Commission.”

          Box 49

          “Mediation Board.” April-August 1941

          Box 50

          “Congratulatory Letters re Provost, U.C.L.A.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Including letters from Merle Curti, Milton Eisenhower, Lloyd Garrison, George Haight, Merritt Y. Hughes, William S. Middleton, Harry Stuhldreher, and Edwin E. Witte, among others.
          Box 50

          “The Actual Cost of Government,” by C.A. Dykstra. December 13, 1932

          Physical Description: (7pp., 9 copies on file).

          Note

          ***(1 copy on file, UWHP)
          Box 50

          “Mediation Board.” September 1941-

          Box 50

          “UNESCO.”

          Box 50

          “Sproul, R.G. Confidential.”

          Scope and Content Note

          Apparently re to C.A. Dykstra's taking job at UCLA.
          Box 62

          Correspondence. 1909-11

          Box 66

          City of Cincinnati. 1936

          Box 71

          “Mediation Board--Agenda, Settlement Agreements, Contracts and Recommendations.” 1941

          Box 71

          “Report of Activities of National Defense Mediation Board.” February 14, 1942

          Box 76

          Clippings - Cincinnati city manager. 1930-37

          Box 76

          Scrapbook of Press Clippings. 1930-37

          Physical Description: (1 scrapbook).

          Note

          Some articles are dated, others are not [appears to be excellent resource].
          Box 77

          1) “Miscellaneous Clippings.” 1937-40

          Physical Description: (1 folder).

          Scope and Content Note

          Miscellaneous clippings on and about C.A. Dykstra [appears to be excellent resource].
          Box 78

          Clippings - Selective service director; labor mediation board.

          Box 78

          “Selective Service Newspaper Clippings.”

          Physical Description: (1 folder).

          Scope and Content Note

          Includes sections on: pictures; editorials; news stories; university salaries; and Mediation Board among others [appears to be worth careful examination].