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Photos of Ruth Eleanor McKee. 1905, 1907, 1918, 1930, 1952, 1963 and n.d.
Clippings, giving general information about Ruth Eleanor McKee. 1936, 1938 and n.d.
8th grade. 1916.
Manual Arts High School. 1920.
Teacher's credential, Southern Branch of the University of California. 1923.
Credential, State Board of Education. 1923.
Master of Arts, University of Hawaii. 1930.
Certificate from School of Librarianship, University of California at Berkeley. 1939.
Marriage and divorce. Marriage certificate, Honolulu. 1927. Decree of divorce, Territory of Hawaii. 1928.
Letters to Michael Alkire. 1944.
Letters from Michael Alkire to Ruth Eleanor McKee. 1945-46 and 1950.
Armed services records. 1945-48, 1950 and n.d.
Written numerology. n.d.
Clippings. ca. 1950.
Legal items after his death. 1950.
Letters, expressing sympathy to Ruth E. McKee. September-October 1950 and n.d.
Diplomatic passport. 1958. Travel documents. 1960 and 1963.
Travel vouchers. 1963.
Retirement from foreign service. Certificate and letter. 1963.
Consular service, Japan. Ephemera, etc. collected 1958-63.
House at Harding Shores, West Chatham, Massachusetts. Correspondence, legal items, specifications and drawings. September 1957-October 1963.
Clippings concerning friends of Ruth Eleanor McKee:
Kathryn MacFarlane Thompson. 1936-38, 1946 and n.d.
Elmire Goldthwaite. 1941.
Julia Montgomery. 1957.
Miscellaneous correspondence. 1920, 1931, 1935, 1943, 1950-51, 1957 and 1965.
With agents, editors and publishers. 1928-1973.
Letters from Kathryn MacFarlane Thompson. 1947 and 1958.
Letters to Margaret Ringnalda from Kathryn MacFarlane Thompson. 1934-35 and 1940.
Enclosures to the Ringnalda correspondence. 1942-43 and 1953.
Letters from Ruth Eleanor McKee to Margaret Ringnalda
1934 and 1937-41.
1957 (1 item) and 1958.
Letters from Ruth Eleanor McKee to Eleanor Grahl
Letters from Margaret Ringnalda to Ruth Eleanor McKee
ca. 1931-32, 1940, 1943-45, 1947 and 1949.
1913-1951 (inclusive dates).
Tulare, Los Angeles, Ventura. 1913-17.
Berkeley, Los Angeles. 1938-39.
Healdsburg, Washington, D.C. 1940-48.
Washington, D.C. 1948-51.
1951-1971 (inclusive dates).
1930-1935 (inclusive dates).
Manuscripts and Publications Materials
Typescripts of poems. ca. 1919-50.
Publications with poems by Ruth Eleanor McKee. 1928[?] and 1931-33.
Poems: Ruth Eleanor McKee, n.p. n.d.
[Hawthorne: a study of the modifications which took place in his attitude toward sin]. No author given. n.d.
Prose Fiction - [Unpublished (?)]
Stories, Ruth Eleanor McKee, The Library of Hawaii, Honolulu, T.H.
Stories written under pseudonyms.
Unfinished manuscripts. 1965-67.
Publication about Library of Hawaii. Library Journal. 1932.
Publication about Library of Hawaii. Honolulu Star-Bulletin. 1933.
A word about American poetry. In The New Americans. 1933.
Notes for lecture [?]. n.d.
[Review of novel by Rose Macaulay]. n.d.
Clippings of book reviews from Honolulu Star-Bulletin written by Ruth Eleanor McKee when working at the Library of Hawaii. ca. 1930-33.
Research notes about Hawaii. Possibly for The Lord's Anointed or After a Hundred Years.
The Lord's Anointed.
Correspondence. 1934 and n.d.
Dust jackets from various printings.
Clippings of reviews. 1934-35 and n.d.
After a Hundred Years.
Correspondence, publishing agreement. 1935.
Clippings of reviews. 1935.
Under One Roof.
Carbon typescript. 1936 [?].
Publishing agreement. 1936.
Clippings of reviews. 1936.
Notes, in composition book. Healdsburg. 1938 [?].
Clippings of reviews. 1938.
Holograph notes in composition book. ca. 1941.
Correspondence. ca. 1941.
Publication announcement. 1941.
Dust jacket and photograph of dust jacket painting.
Clippings of reviews. 1941.
Storm Point. Dust jacket.
Follow the birds: a story of the hop harvest. n.d.
Scattered notes for Japanese-American novel. In composition book. ca. 1957.
The refuge. n.d.
The refuge. n.d.
In the beginning. n.d.
Portrait of an American. n.d.
Writings for the War Relocation Authority (WRA)
Holograph notes concerning relocation centers, etc. ca. 1942-46.
Letters from Grace Nichols Pearson. March 1943-July 1946 and n.d.
Miscellaneous correspondence having to do with WRA, Japanese-Americans, etc. 1945 and n.d.
Press releases, etc. from Tule Lake Segregation Center. Primarily concerning removal of internees because of violence in the center. June-July and December 1944 and n.d.
Department of the Interior. 1945.
[ History of Evacuation and WRA Program] by Ruth E. McKee. n.d.
California and Her Less Favored Minorities: a Study of the Evacuation of Persons of Japanese Ancestry from the Pacific Coast, War Relocation Authority. April 1944.
The Wartime Handling of Evacuee Property. United States Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office. 1946.
Wartime Exile: the Exclusion of the Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office for United States Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority. 1946.
The Latest Word: WRA Reports Alumni Association. News Bulletin.
Scope and Content Note
Correspondence of Earl M. Finch with Frank Cross, WRA, concerning Japanese American servicemen. June 1944.
Clippings concerning Japanese Americans. 1941-42, 1945-46, 1948, 1950 and n.d.
WRA. Miscellaneous printed materials. ca. 1942-45.
Writings for the United States Signal Corps
The Signal Corps' Bird of War. n.d.
Signal Corps technical information letter. August 1945.
Terrett, Dulany. [Signal Corps report]. ca. 1949.
Research material [?] Correspondence, memoranda, etc. concerning Roberts death ray. 1939-43.
Research material [?] Outlines of Signal Corps topics. 1945.
Writings for the Department of State
Publications containing articles ghostwritten by Ruth Eleanor McKee. 1951-53.
Department of State publications about Japan and Germany. 1955 and 1957.
Clipping about writing of State Department pamphlets. 1957.
Miscellaneous printed and mimeographed items collected by Ruth Eleanor McKee during her period of writing for the Signal Corps and State Department. ca. 1943-57.
Manuscripts by Other Writers
Thompson, Kathryn MacFarlane. Poems & fiction. ca. 1929-47.
Rogers, Gene. My Friend Anna. n.d.
Certificates and Book Review Clippings
Bachelor of Arts Degree, Southern Branch of the University of California. 1926.
Certificates from the Department of State, with appointment as Foreign Service Officer, class four; secretary in the diplomatic service; and Consul of the United States. 20 July 1955.
Certificate from the Department of State, appointment as Consul of the United States of America at Tokyo, Japan, for Tokyo. 28 July 1958.
Certificates in Japanese with seal of the Embassy of the United States of America, Tokyo. Also translation of October 1 document. 8 July and 1 October 1958.
Clippings of book reviews by Ruth Eleanor McKee from Honolulu Star-Bulletin. ca. 1930-1933.