Guide to the Paul Schuster Taylor Papers, 1660-1997 (bulk 1895-1984)

Processed by Elizabeth Stephens and Linda Jordan
The Bancroft Library
B) 1998
The Bancroft Library
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
bancref@library.berkeley.edu

Note

History --History, California --History, Central Valley/Sierra Social Sciences --Business and Economics Geographical (By Place) --California --Central Valley/Sierra


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: The Bancroft Library
Title: Paul Schuster Taylor Papers,
creator: Taylor, Paul Schuster, 1895-
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 84/38 c
Physical Description: 128.7 linear feet 22 boxes, 91 cartons, 2 oversize boxes, 8 oversize folders, and 2 oversize volumes
Date (inclusive): 1660-1997
Date (bulk): (bulk 1895-1984)
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Abstract: Primarily consists of Paul Taylor's professional and academic research and writings, spanning his career from the 1920s to his death in 1984, but includes a small amount of personal papers. The bulk of the collection concerns Taylor's research in the field of agriculture, and includes segments on Mexicans in the U.S., migrant workers, the farm worker strikes of the 1930s and 1960s, water and land policies in California's Central Valley, and the 160 acre irrigation limitation. With the exception of correspondence, all series contain research materials, which include any material gathered; drafts of books, articles, and reports; any correspondence concerning projects, and field notes. Taylor's personal papers include genealogical material for the Schuster and Taylor families and family correspondence, as well as a collection of materials dedicated to the work of Dorothea Lange after her death in 1965. Also includes a group of materials which reflect Paul Taylor's contribution to California Democratic politics from 1932 to 1982, particularly his preparation of analyses on agricultural and water policy issues.
Language of Material: English

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Paul Schuster Taylor papers, BANC MSS 84/38 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Related Collections

Title: Paul Schuster Taylor Photography Collection, ca. 1851-1981,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1983.219
Title: Paul Schuster Taylor Photographs relating to agricultural strikes in California, 1933,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1945.007
Title: Dorothea Lange Farm Security Administration Photograph Collection, 1935-45,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1942.008
Title: Manuel Gamio, Mexican Immigration to the United States, 1926-28,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS Z-R 5

Material Cataloged Separately

  1. Printed materials have been transferred to the book collection of The Bancroft Library.
  2. Photographs have been transferred to Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
  3. University of California materials have been transferred to University Archives in The Bancroft Library.
  4. Government Documents have been transferred to the Doe Library.

Acquisition Information

The Paul Schuster Taylor Papers were given to The Bancroft Library by Paul Schuster Taylor beginning in 1945. His professional library and personal files were bequeathed to The Bancroft Library on April 13, 1984, by his will. A small amount of materials transferred to The Bancroft Library from the Water Resources Center Archives in 1998 have been added to the collection.

Funding

Funding for processing provided in part by a Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA), Title III: Networking, Preservation and Statewide Resource-sharing grant 1994-1996.

Biography

Paul Schuster Taylor (1895-1984), an Iowa-born economist, graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1917. He served as a Marine captain with the Second Division, American Expeditionary Forces in France from 1917 to 1919. At the end of his military service, he resumed his studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a Masters degree in 1920, and a Ph.D. in 1922. Joining the Department of Economics immediately after graduation, Taylor remained at the University of California, Berkeley throughout his career.
As one of the first scholars to study the problems of migrant farm workers, Taylor was asked by the California Emergency Relief Administration to report on the plight of the Dust Bowl migrants who flocked into California during the Great Depression. He took a leave from the University to complete the study and persuaded Dorothea Lange, a San Francisco photographer, to join his study team. His report, illustrated by Lange's moving photographs, persuaded California relief officials to build housing for migrants and inspired the Franklin Roosevelt administration to provide food, housing, and medical care for Dust Bowl refugees. Lange and Taylor married in 1935. In 1939, they again collaborated for the book, An American Exodus, which is generally considered the most moving depiction of the effects of the Depression on rural America.
In 1943, Taylor began a persistent crusade to protect small farmers' rights to federally subsidized water. He argued that land ownership patterns directly affect the quality of rural life. Small farms create schools, churches, community organizations and other adjuncts of a healthy society, while large farms create poverty-stricken farm workers. His arguments led to numerous court decisions which threatened many of the giant farms in California's Central Valley. The rulings generated a successful lobbying effort that led to the Federal Reclamation Reform Act of 1982.
Paul Taylor's testimony, frequently given before congressional committees, and his many contacts with people in related fields of endeavor made him a well-known and highly respected scholar. Through varied interests, Taylor became disturbed by the efforts of large land and water owners in California, as well as in other western states, to prevent the enforcement of the 160-acre excess land limitation in the Federal reclamation laws. In 1949, his "Central Valley Project: Water and Land" was published in The Western Political Quarterly; in it Taylor reviewed the history of irrigation in California and the West, and described efforts made in Congress to break down reclamation legislation. He followed this article with a second piece in the same journal in 1959, in which he showed the various ways administrators with the Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Reclamation were permitting the breakdown of enforcement of the excess lands provision. As an example of how well Paul Taylor succeeded in setting forth his analysis, the United States Supreme Court cited his "Excess Land Law: Execution of a Public Policy" in its landmark 8-0 decision upholding the validity of the 160-acre limitation law (Ivanhoe vs. McCracken, 1958).
During most of the 1960s, Taylor conducted studies of rural community development for the United Nations, Stanford Research Institute, and the International Cooperation Administration. He acted as a consultant in numerous foreign countries, including India, Pakistan, and the Philippines, each time recommending solutions to effect change in meeting the land problems of each country.
During the last twenty years of his life, Dr. Taylor wrote many articles on reclamation law for law school journals. Seventeen were reprinted in 1979 by The New York Times Arno Press. In his introduction to the volume, Paul W. Gates, a leading historian of land policy, wrote: "Paul Taylor set an example for scholars to have the courage of their convictions, to delve deeply into major social and economic questions, to present their facts no matter how unpopular this may make them with selfserving politicians who play the game of greedy economic interests attempting to monopolize natural resources made valuable at public expense."
The Conservation Service Award, highest honor of the U.S. Department of the Interior, was presented to Paul Schuster Taylor on May 30, 1980. Secretary of the Interior, Cecil D. Andrus presented the award and the featured speakers included Cesar Chavez, president of the United Farm Workers of America. During the presentation, Secretary Andrus stated, "Eight presidents and many Secretaries of the Interior have heard from Professor Taylor. Some have not gotten the message, despite the fact that it has always been loud and clear."
Paul Taylor's life work has affected the largest institutions and the common working people. The lives of family farmers and farm laborers in this and other nations are still being influenced by his understanding of the delicate relationships between the land and the lives of the people who work it.

Professional Chronology

1895 Born June 9th in Sioux City, Iowa
1917 B.A., University of Wisconsin
1917-1919 U.S. Marine Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, France
1920 M.A., University of California, Berkeley
1922 Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
1922-1962 Instructor, and later professor, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
1927-1929 Chief Investigator, research project, Social Science Research Council, Mexican Labor in the United States
1930-1931 Consultant to National Commission on law observance and enforcement, (Wickersham Committee) studying crime and the foreign-born
1931-1932 Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship for study in Jalisco, Mexico
1933 Researcher on self-help cooperatives among unemployed, Social Science Research Council and a Rockefeller Foundation grant to the University of California, Berkeley
  Consultant, Governor's Fact Finding Committee on the Cotton Strike
1935 Field Director, Division of Rural Rehabilitation California State Emergency Relief Administration (CERA)
1935-1943 President, California Rural Rehabilitation Corporation
1935-1936 Regional Labor Adviser, U.S. Resettlement Administration
1935-1942 Member, State Advisory Council, California Department of Employment
1936-1940 Contributing Editor, Rural Sociology
1936-1941 Senior Economist, Social Security Board
1939 Member, Governor's Commission on Reemployment (California)
  Consultant, United States Senate, Civil Liberties Committee
1940-1944 Member, California State Board of Agriculture
1943-1945 Vice-Chairman, Committee on American Principles and Fair Play
1943-1952 Consulting economist, Office of Secretary of the Interior on Central Valley project studies
1946-1952 Consultant, Bureau of Reclamation on Central Valley problems of water distribution and land settlement
1949 Editorial Board Member, American Quarterly
1950-1951 Consultant, President's Migratory Labor Committee
1952 Consultant, Export-Import Bank on Artibonite Valley project, Haiti
1952-1956 Chairman, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
1955-1968 Consultant, International Cooperation Administration (ICA), later called the Agency for International Development (AID), in Asia, and joint projects with AID and the United Nations, the Ford Foundation, the University of California, and Stanford; also, field studies on Community Development in India, Pakistan and the Philippines, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela, Jamaica, Colombia, Mexico, Egypt, Iran and Panama.
1956-1962 Chairman, Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley
1962 Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley
1962-63 Visiting Professor, Institute of Land Reclamation, University of Alexandria, Egypt
1965 Doctor of Laws, Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley
1970 Research Director, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
1971 Consultant, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
1972 Board of Directors, National Coalition for Land Reform
1973 Legislative Spokesperson, Friends of the Earth
1976 Land-Water Symposium to Honor Paul Schuster Taylor
1980 Conservation Service Award
1984 Died March 13th at his home in Berkeley, Calif.
1895 Born June 9th in Sioux City, Iowa
1917 B.A., University of Wisconsin
1917-1919 U.S. Marine Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, France
1920 M.A., University of California, Berkeley
1922 Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
1922-1962 Instructor, and later professor, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
1927-1929 Chief Investigator, research project, Social Science Research Council, Mexican Labor in the United States
1930-1931 Consultant to National Commission on law observance and enforcement, (Wickersham Committee) studying crime and the foreign-born
1931-1932 Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship for study in Jalisco, Mexico
1933 Researcher on self-help cooperatives among unemployed, Social Science Research Council and a Rockefeller Foundation grant to the University of California, Berkeley
  Consultant, Governor's Fact Finding Committee on the Cotton Strike
1935 Field Director, Division of Rural Rehabilitation California State Emergency Relief Administration (CERA)
1935-1943 President, California Rural Rehabilitation Corporation
1935-1936 Regional Labor Adviser, U.S. Resettlement Administration
1935-1942 Member, State Advisory Council, California Department of Employment
1936-1940 Contributing Editor, Rural Sociology
1936-1941 Senior Economist, Social Security Board
1939 Member, Governor's Commission on Reemployment (California)
  Consultant, United States Senate, Civil Liberties Committee
1940-1944 Member, California State Board of Agriculture
1943-1945 Vice-Chairman, Committee on American Principles and Fair Play
1943-1952 Consulting economist, Office of Secretary of the Interior on Central Valley project studies
1946-1952 Consultant, Bureau of Reclamation on Central Valley problems of water distribution and land settlement
1949 Editorial Board Member, American Quarterly
1950-1951 Consultant, President's Migratory Labor Committee
1952 Consultant, Export-Import Bank on Artibonite Valley project, Haiti
1952-1956 Chairman, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
1955-1968 Consultant, International Cooperation Administration (ICA), later called the Agency for International Development (AID), in Asia, and joint projects with AID and the United Nations, the Ford Foundation, the University of California, and Stanford; also, field studies on Community Development in India, Pakistan and the Philippines, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela, Jamaica, Colombia, Mexico, Egypt, Iran and Panama.
1956-1962 Chairman, Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley
1962 Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley
1962-63 Visiting Professor, Institute of Land Reclamation, University of Alexandria, Egypt
1965 Doctor of Laws, Boalt Law School, University of California, Berkeley
1970 Research Director, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
1971 Consultant, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
1972 Board of Directors, National Coalition for Land Reform
1973 Legislative Spokesperson, Friends of the Earth
1976 Land-Water Symposium to Honor Paul Schuster Taylor
1980 Conservation Service Award
1984 Died March 13th at his home in Berkeley, Calif.

Scope and Content

The Paul Schuster Taylor Papers primarily consist of Taylor's professional and academic research and writings, spanning his career from the 1920s to his death in 1984, but include a small amount of personal papers. The bulk of the collection concerns Taylor's research in the field of agriculture, and includes segments on Mexicans in the United States, migrant workers, the farm worker strikes of the 1930s and 1960s, water and land policies in California's Central Valley, and the 160 acre irrigation limitation.
The collection has been divided into eight series, and except for Correspondence and Personal Papers, all contain research materials. Writings, and Professional Research Projects and Consultant Work contain the bulk of his professional research files, and include any material gathered; drafts of books, articles, and reports; any correspondence regarding the project; and his field notes. Taylor relied heavily on personal observation and interviews in conducting his research and for his major projects there are usually field notes consisting of interviews and notes taken on the road by either himself or his researchers. Often, as well, there are photographs taken by himself, Dorothea Lange, or others; these have been transferred to the Bancroft's Pictorial Collections and have been described separately from his papers.
In 1943, Taylor began a crusade to protect the small farmer's right to federally subsidized water. He regularly testified before senate committees and legislative bodies that land ownership patterns directly affect the quality of rural life. His belief that small farms contribute to a healthy society while large farms create a mobile, poverty stricken populace with no roots was persuasive enough to have influenced court decisions which threatened many of the giant farms in California's Central Valley and led to the Federal Reclamation Reform Act of 1982. This aspect of his career is represented in his consulting work for the Office of the Secretary of the Interior and the Bureau of Reclamation (1943-1952).
While most of Taylor's early work was done either in the United States or Mexico, in later years he often worked in Asia or South America, serving as a consultant for groups such as the United States Agency for International Development (AID), and the United Nations. A great deal of this work involved community development and land reform in developing countries.
Taylor's personal papers include genealogical material for the Schuster and Taylor families, family correspondence, and a series of monographs about the family written by Taylor's mother, Rose Schuster Taylor, and his uncle, O.J. Schuster. Also included with his personal papers is a collection of materials dedicated to the work of Dorothea Lange after her death in 1965. Paul Taylor assumed responsibility for the preservation of her work and established the Dorothea Lange Fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley.
To further compliment the collection of personal papers, there is a group of materials which reflect Paul Taylor's contribution to California Democratic party politics over the fifty year period from 1932 to 1982. One particular effort involved California's U.S. Senatorial Race of 1950, for which Taylor prepared political analyses on agricultural and water policy issues for Helen Gahagan Douglas and other candidates.

Bibliography

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
The Sailors' Union of the Pacific. New York:Ronald Press, 1923.

Reprinted by Arno and the New York Times, 1971.
Mexican Labor in the United States. Vol. I,University of California Press, 1929-1930.

Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1966, as:

1. Imperial Valley, California

2. Valley of the South Platte, Colorado

3. Migration Statistics

4. Racial School Statistics, California, 1927

5. Dimmit County, Winter Garden District, South Texas
Mexican Labor in the United States. Vol. II,University of California Press, 1931-1932.

Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1966, as:

6. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

7. Chicago and the Calumet Region
Mexican Labor in the United States. Vol. III,University of California Press, 1933.

Reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1966, as:

8. Migration Statistics II

9. Migration Statistics III

10. Migration Statistics IV
A Spanish Mexican Peasant Community: Arandas in Jalisco, Mexico. University of California Press, 1933.
An American-Mexican Frontier. University of North Carolina Press, 1934.

Reprinted by Russell & Russell, 1971.
An American Exodus: A Record of Human Erosion. Reynal and Hitchcock, 1939; with Dorothea Lange.
---, new edition, revised and extended,Yale University Press, 1969; sponsored by the Oakland Museum.
Georgia Plan: 1732-1752. Institute of Business and Economic Research-UC, 1972; Photo-offset by Bruning.
On the Ground in the 30s. Gibbs M. Smith, Inc., 1983.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Taylor, Paul Schuster, 1895-

 

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE, 1923-1984.

Physical Description: Boxes 1-19

Scope and Contents

Primarily letters sent to Paul Taylor, with a few replies interfiled, representing his long standing relationships with colleagues and fans, and exchanges with congressmen and senators from eight presidential administrations. Includes letters from Helen Gahagen Douglas, Arthur Goldschmidt, Ben Yellen, and many adminstrators and lobbyists in the fields of agriculture and conservation.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically, and then chronologically.
box 1, folder 1

A miscellaneous, including 1930-78

 

Adams, Arthur S., 1896-

 

Aiken, George D., 1892-1984

 

Anderson, A. E.

 

Andrus, Cecil D., 1931-

 

Andrus, J. Russell, 1902-

box 1, folder 2

Abbot, W. W., 1922- 1955-83

box 1, folder 3

Adams, Ansel, 1902- 1980-81

box 1, folder 4

Adams, Peter 1970-74

box 1, folder 5

Anderson, Clinton P., 1895-1975 1957-72

box 1, folder 6

Anderson, Dewey, 1897- 1949-73

box 1, folder 7

American Friends Service Committee 1940-51

box 1, folder 8

Arno Press Inc. 1974-82

box 1, folder 9

Aspinall, Wayne N. 1958-72

box 1, folder 10

Association of California Consumers 1970-71

box 1, folder 11-13

B miscellaneous, including 1923-82

 

Banks, Harvey O.

 

Baker, Charles A., 1904-

 

Baumgartner, Leona, 1902-

 

Brunn, Robert R.

 

Bruton, Charles R.

 

Bulbulian, Berge

box 2, folder 1

Ballis, George 1957-80

box 2, folder 2

Barnes, Peter, 1931- 1971-73

box 2, folder 3

Barrett, Clifford 1978

box 2, folder 4

Barry, Frank J., 1913- 1961-76

box 2, folder 5

Barth, Alan 1953-68

box 2, folder 6

Beard, Charles Austin, 1874-1978 1932-51

box 2, folder 7

Bell, David E., 1919- 1962-69

box 2, folder 8

Bennett, Fay 1960-73

box 2, folder 9

Biemiller, Andrew J. 1956-72

box 2, folder 10

Billawalla, Toshiko N. 1954

box 2, folder 11

Bjornson, Anga 1957-78

box 2, folder 12

Blaisdel, Thomas C., 1895-1988 1936-45

box 2, folder 13

Boke, Richard L. 1947-55

box 2, folder 14

Bowker, Victor 1960-70

box 2, folder 15

Brannan, Charles F., 1903- 1948-54

box 2, folder 16

Bredo, William 1958-81

box 3, folder 1

Brown, Edmund G., 1905- 1958-64

box 3, folder 2

Brown Edmund Gerald, 1938- Nov. 8, 1977

box 3, folder 3

Brown Edmund Gerald, 1938- Jan. 20, 1978

box 3, folder 4

Bruchey, Stuart Weems 1980-82

box 3, folder 5

Brunwasser, Arthur 1970-77

box 3, folder 6

Burton, Phillip E. 1958-80

box 3, folder 7-9

C miscellaneous, including 1925-83

 

Caldecott, Thomas W.

 

Canning, John Bennett

 

Carmody, John M.

 

Carter, Jesse W., 1888-1959

 

Casper, Robert E.

 

Cassity, Michael J.

 

Chapman, Samuel G.

 

Chavez, David Vincent

 

Chertkov, Boren

 

Christensen, Carl L.

 

Church, Frank

 

Clark, Victor S., 1868-1946

 

Clark, Robert Emmet, 1914-

 

Conway, Jack T.

 

Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, 1872-1960

 

Cooley, Harold D.

 

Cornish, Norman G.

 

Cousins, Norman, 1912-

box 3, folder 10

California Legislature 1959

Scope and Contents

[Committee on Labor and Social Welfare]
box 3, folder 11

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation 1967-82

box 4, folder 1

Cannon, Clarence, 1879-1964 1961-62

box 4, folder 2

Cardenas, Gilberto 1973

box 4, folder 3

Carlin, Allan P. 1968-70

box 4, folder 4

Carr, James K. 1943-63

box 4, folder 5

Carter, Jimmy, 1924- 1977

box 4, folder 6

Chapman, Oscar Littleton, 1896- 1951-53

box 4, folder 7

Chase, Martha 1973-79

box 4, folder 8

Chatfield, David 1979

box 4, folder 9

Chavez, Cesar, 1927- 1976

box 4, folder 10

Cho Family 1963-83

box 4, folder 11

Cohelan, Jeffrey 1951-70

box 4, folder 12

Collins, Dean S. 1956

box 4, folder 13

Commonwealth Club of California 1935-49

box 4, folder 14

Corwin, Arthur F. 1941-77

box 4, folder 15

Cozzens, Robert 1947

box 4, folder 16

Cranston, Alan MacGregor, 1914- 1957-72

box 4, folder 17

Cross, Ira B., 1880- 1962

box 5, folder 1-2

D miscellaneous, including 1930-82

 

Dancy, Oscar C.

 

Davidson, C. Girard

 

Davis, Saville R.

 

Day, Edmund Ezra, 1883-1951

 

Despol, John Anton, 1913-

 

Dillon, W. W.

 

Dugger, Ronnie

box 5, folder 3

Davidson, John H. 1977-82

box 5, folder 4

Davis, Pauline L., 1917- 1961

box 5, folder 5

Degnan, James P. 1969-82

box 5, folder 6

Dellums, Ronald V., 1935- 1972-80

box 5, folder 7

Deutsch, Monroe E., 1879-1955 1933-50

box 5, folder 8

Dexheimer, W. A. 1957

box 5, folder 9

Dickenson, Philip P. 1947-80

box 5, folder 10

Dinuba Sentinel 1950-51

box 5, folder 11

Dominy, Floyd E. 1964

box 5, folder 12

Douglas, Helen Gahagan, 1900- 1945-79

box 5, folder 13-14

Douglas, Paul Howard, 1892- 1923-76

box 5, folder 15

Drobish, Harry E. Mrs. 1954-80

box 5, folder 16

Drobish, Harry Everett, 1893-1954 1948-50

box 5, folder 17

Dugan, H. P. 1959-62

box 5, folder 18

Duran, Mercedes 1929-30

box 6, folder 1

E miscellaneous, including 1939-83

 

Eckler, A. Ross, 1901-

 

Egloff, Marjorie

 

Enerson, Burnham

 

Eyster, Fred

box 6, folder 2

Edwards, Don, 1915- 1971-80

box 6, folder 3

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1890-1969 1956

box 6, folder 4

Ellis, Clyde Taylor 1960-62

box 6, folder 5

Engle, Clair, 1911-1964 1952-62

box 6, folder 6-7

F miscellaneous, including 1927-80

 

Farnsworth, Charles E.

 

Fischer, John

 

Fisher, Joseph Lyman

 

Fitch, Bob

 

Flack, Elizabeth J.

 

Folsom, Josiah Chase, 1888-

 

Foster, George McClelland, 1913-

 

Fuller, Helen

 

Fulbright, J. William, 1905-

 

Fuller, Varden

box 6, folder 8

Finney, Ruth, 1898-1947-56

box 6, folder 9

The Ford Foundation 1956-57

box 6, folder 10

Fortas, Abe 1943-73

box 6, folder 11

Furman, Michael B. 1978-79

box 6, folder 12-13

G miscellaneous, including 1930-83

 

Gamio, Manuel, 1883-1960

 

Garbarino, Joseph William, 1919-

 

Garcia, Hector P.

 

Garnett, William

 

Garnsey, Morris E., 1906-

 

Garrison, J. C.

 

Garrod, R. V.

 

Garst, Jonathan

 

Garst, Roswell, 1898-1977

 

Gaus, John Merriman, 1884-

 

Geddes, Samuel Robert

 

Gibb, Arthur

 

Gilmartin, William Michael, 1913-

 

Goethe, C. M., 1875-1966

 

Grabow, Herman

 

Graham, Lee

 

Grigg, Ernest C.

 

Grosvenor, Gordon

box 7, folder 1

Gaitskell, Arthur 1960-72

box 7, folder 2

Galarza, Ernesto, 1905- 1960-80

box 7, folder 3

Gates, Paul Wallace, 1901- 1949-82

box 7, folder 4

Gifford, Howard L. 1974-75

box 7, folder 5

Goldberg, B. Abbott, 1916- 1951-61

box 7, folder 6

Goldschmidt, Arthur, 1910- 1944-56

box 7, folder 7-8

Goldschmidt, Walter Rochs, 1913- 1940-79

box 7, folder 9

Goodall, Merril R. 1972-79

box 7, folder 10

Goodrich, Carter Lyman, 1897- 1942

box 7, folder 11

Gordon, R. A. 1951-58

box 7, folder 12

Graham, Leland O. 1947-50

box 7, folder 13

Greene, Phil 1978

box 7, folder 14

Greene, Shirley Edward 1952-71

box 7, folder 15

Greenwood Press 1974-75

box 7, folder 16-17

H miscellaneous, including 1929-83

 

Hagler, Donald B.

 

Hall, Peirson Mitchell, 1894-

 

Halsell, Grace

 

Hammond, George Peter, 1896-

 

Hannah, John A., 1902-

 

Harnik, Peter

 

Hart, Philip A.

 

Hatfield, George Jaun, 1887-1953

 

Hayden, Charles A.

 

Heidelberg, Frederic H.

 

Heilman, John

 

Heyns, Roger W., 1918-

 

Higgins, George G., 1916-

 

Hill, Lister, 1894-

 

Hosmer, Helen, 1904-1984

 

Howard, John B.

 

Hudgens, Robert W.

 

Hudson, William L.

 

Hughs, James

 

Hume, Ellen

box 8, folder 1

Haggerty, Cornelius J., 1894-1971 1947-60

box 8, folder 2

Halverson, Wilton L. 1950

box 8, folder 3

Harris, Fred B. 1971-72

box 8, folder 4

Hartmire, Wayne C. 1962-72

box 8, folder 5

Hayden, Carl, 1877-1972 1961-62

box 8, folder 6

Heller Committee for Research in Social Economics 1949

box 8, folder 7

Henning, John F. 1971-80

box 8, folder 8

Herring, Elizabeth B. 1953-58

box 8, folder 9

Hewes, Laurence Ilsley, 1876-1950 1972-79

box 8, folder 10

Heyman, Ira Michael, 1930- 1977-82

box 8, folder 11

Hildebrand, Joel Henry, 1881- 1939-40

box 8, folder 12

Hoffman, Abraham 1972-78

box 8, folder 13

Hogan, Harry J., 1914- 1971-72

box 8, folder 14

Holmdahl, John W. 1974

box 8, folder 15

Holum, Kenneth, 1915- 1957-66

box 8, folder 16

Hoppe, Arthur Watterson 1964-67

box 9, folder 1-2

Horne, Frank 1966, 1969-72

box 9, folder 3

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1911-1978 1954-73

box 9, folder 4

Hundley, Norris 1969-73

box 9, folder 5

Hunter, C. J. 1961-62

box 9, folder 6

I miscellaneous, including 1940-67

 

Ickes, Harold L., 1874-1952

 

Ingram, Jeffrey

box 9, folder 7

J miscellaneous, including 1940-77

 

Janow, Seymour Judson, 1913-

 

Jensen, Donald A.

 

Jones, Dale

 

Jones, Walter

 

Jordan, Robert E.

 

Julian, Correll M.

box 9, folder 8

Jackson, Henry Martin, 1912-1983 1954-68

box 9, folder 9

Jamieson, Stuart Marshall 1940-49

box 9, folder 10

Jones, Robert Cuba 1955-74

box 9, folder 11

K miscellaneous, including 1930-82

 

Kaiser, Barbara J.

 

Kashiwa, Shiro

 

Kildee, Dale E.

 

Kimball, Thomas L.

 

Kirwan, Michael Joseph, 1886-1970

 

Kline, J. Anthony

 

Koppes, Clayton R., 1945-

box 9, folder 12

Kastenmeier, Robert W. 1971-80

box 9, folder 13

Keehn, Thomas B. 1947-48

box 10, folder 1

Kennedy, John F., 1917-1963 1960-62

box 10, folder 2

Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 1961-62

box 10, folder 3

Kerr, Clark, 1911- 1934-77

box 10, folder 4

Kiffen, Fred 1927

box 10, folder 5

Kinsell, Dudley 1943

box 10, folder 6

Knox, John T., 1924- 1968

box 10, folder 7

Koppes, Clayton R., 1945- 1968

box 10, folder 8

Krebs, John 1975-77

box 10, folder 9-10

L miscellaneous, including 1927-82

 

Lasker, Bernie

 

Lausche, Frank John, 1895-

 

Leonard, Karen, 1939-

 

Leshy, John O.

 

Leuschner, Armin Otto, 1868-

 

Linn, Clarence A.

 

Lipset, Seymour Martin

 

Livermore, Norman B.

 

Lloyd, David D.

 

Lloyd, Thomas

 

Loewald, Klaus Gunter

 

Lubin, Simon Julius, 1876-1936

box 10, folder 11

La Follette, Robert Marion, 1895-1953 1940-46

box 10, folder 12

Lambert, Charles Franklin, 1887-1959 undated

box 10, folder 13

Land Economics Quarterly 1975

box 10, folder 14

Lapham, Lloyd 1959-60

box 10, folder 15

Leary, Mary Ellen 1958-77

box 10, folder 16

Lee, Lawrence Bacon, 1917- 1980

box 10, folder 17

LeVeen, E. Phillip 1974

box 10, folder 18

Ligutti, L. G. 1952-56

box 10, folder 19

Lineweaver, Goodrich W. 1956-60

box 10, folder 20

Loftis, Anne 1975-84

box 10, folder 21

Lorenz, James D. 1969-71

box 10, folder 22

Low, Pearl 1977-81

box 10, folder 23

Lucey, Robert E., 1891- 1950-65

box 11, folder 1-4

M miscellaneous, including 1930-83

 

Macbride, Kirt

 

Magee, Elizabeth S.

 

Mansfield, Mike, 1903-

 

Marquis, Roger P.

 

Martinez, Elizabeth Sutherland, 1925-

 

Masteller, John Q.

 

Matthews, William R.

 

Mayer, Vera Waltman

 

Mayes, Barney

 

Morton, Perry W.

 

Murphy, George, 1902-

box 11, folder 5

Maass, Arthur 1950-72

box 11, folder 6

Macarthur, Walter, 1862-1944 1923-33

box 11, folder 7

Mahon, George Herman, 1900- 1965

box 11, folder 8

Marshall, Ray, 1928- 1977

box 11, folder 9

McClatchy, James and Eleanor 1954-55

box 11, folder 10

McClellan, John L., 1896-1977 1962

box 11, folder 11

McCloskey, Michael, 1934- 1969-75

box 11, folder 12

McCloskey, Paul N., 1927- 1967-69

box 11, folder 13

McClure, James A. 1981

box 11, folder 14

McCullough, Frank W. 1952-64

box 11, folder 15

McCune, Wesley, 1918- 1956-58

box 11, folder 16

McDonald, Angus Henry, 1903- 1953-79

box 11, folder 17

McGovern, George S., 1922- 1968

box 11, folder 18

McGrath, John 1976

box 11, folder 19

McWilliams, Carey, 1905- 1941-79

box 12, folder 1

Menendez, Eduardo L. 1960-61

box 12, folder 2

Merk, Frederick, 1887- 1975

box 12, folder 3

Merriam, Allen L. 1954

box 12, folder 4

Metcalf, Lee, 1911-1978 1957-73

box 12, folder 5

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California 1959-60

box 12, folder 6

Miller, George Paul, 1891- 1945-71

box 12, folder 7

Miller, George, 1914-1969 1958-62

box 12, folder 8

Miller, George, 1945- 1976-82

box 12, folder 9

Milliken, Eugene D. undated

box 12, folder 10

Mills, Frederick Cecil, 1892-1964 1931

box 12, folder 11

Miniclier, Louis M. 1957-75

box 12, folder 12

Mitchell, John A. 1971

box 12, folder 13

Morris, Samuel 1951

box 12, folder 14

Morse, Wayne L., 1900-1974 1954-71

box 12, folder 15

Moss, John E., 1913- 1969

box 12, folder 16

Munro, Dana Gardner, 1892- 1933

box 12, folder 17

Murray, A. N. 1951

box 12, folder 18

N miscellaneous, including 1933-83

 

Nolan, Mary

 

Nordholm, Alex

box 12, folder 19

National Audubon Society 1969-75

box 12, folder 20

National Farmers Union 1972

box 12, folder 21

Natural Resources Journal

box 13, folder 1

Navarro, Joseph 1970-72

box 13, folder 2

Navarro, Kathleen O'Connor 1973-77

box 13, folder 3

Neilands, J. B. 1964

box 13, folder 4

Nelson, Gaylord, 1916- 1938-80

box 13, folder 5

Nelson, Lowry, 1893- 1938-73

box 13, folder 6

Neuberger, Richard L., 1912-1960 1953-59

box 13, folder 7

New York Times 1964-77

box 13, folder 8

Newhall, Scott 1957

box 13, folder 9

O miscellaneous, including O'Sullivan, Virgil 1934-78

box 13, folder 10

Oakland Tribune 1942

box 13, folder 11

Odegard, Peter H., 1901-1966 1950-62

box 13, folder 12

O'Grady, John, 1886- 1952-60

box 13, folder 13

O'Neal, Hank 1974-76

box 13, folder 14-15

P miscellaneous, including 1932-82

 

Packard, Emma Lou Leonard, 1884-

 

Peterson, Frank

 

Pfiffner, John McDonald, 1893-

 

Pitts, Thomas

 

Pontius, Robert W.

 

Porter, Carley V.

box 13, folder 16

Pacific Historical Review 1974-77

box 13, folder 17

Packard, Walter E., 1884-1966 1944-62

box 13, folder 18

Patton, James G. 1945-76

box 13, folder 19

Pearson, Drew, 1897-1969 1949-69

box 14, folder 1

Petty, Claude Rowland, 1908- 1948

box 14, folder 2

Phillips, Hubert, 1891- 1934-69

box 14, folder 3

Pike, Roy M. 1939-40

box 14, folder 4

Project on Rural Americans in the Depression 1979

box 14, folder 5

Proxmire, William 1962-82

box 14, folder 6

Q miscellaneous, including Quinn, Thomas H. 1970

box 14, folder 7

Quinn, J. Blaine 1961-62

box 14, folder 8-9

R miscellaneous, including 1927-83

 

Raper, Arthur Franklin, 1899-

 

Redfield, Robert, 1897-

 

Regan, Edwin J.

 

River, Robert Beaudon, 1907-

 

Rogers, Lesley B.

box 14, folder 10

Raup, Philip M. 1954-73

box 14, folder 11

Ravell, Carola 1962

box 14, folder 12

[Research Proposals] 1929-42

box 14, folder 13

Record, Jane and Wilson 1971-83

box 15, folder 1

Reisler, Mark 1972

box 15, folder 2

Rogers, William P., 1913- 1959-60

box 15, folder 3

Rubin, Morris H. 1962-76

box 15, folder 4

Rutzebeck, Hjalmar 1942

box 15, folder 5-8

S miscellaneous, including 1927-83

 

Sanchez, George Isidore, 1906-1972

 

Schlesinger, Arthur, 1917-

 

Seaborg, Glenn Theodore, 1912-

 

Shepard, Larry E.

 

Shimeall, Eleanor

 

Shuman, Howard E.

 

Slayman, Charles

 

Smith, Charles L.

 

Smith, J. Russell, 1874-1966

 

Smith, Jeanne C.

 

Smith, Russell

 

Smitter, Faith Winters, 1902-

 

Soule, Frederick R.

 

Staats, Elmer B., 1914-

 

Stewart, F. A.

 

Stewart, Zach R.

 

Strong, Edward William, 1901-

 

Sweetland, Monroe

box 15, folder 9

Samora, Julian, 1920- 1972-73

box 15, folder 10

Seaton, Frederick A., 1909- 1957-60

box 15, folder 11

Sehlmeyer, George 1953-58

box 15, folder 12

Shelley, John Francis, 1905- 1951-64

box 16, folder 1

Shideler, James Henry, 1914- 1967-81

box 16, folder 2

Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968 1934-37

box 16, folder 3

Sisk, Bernie 1956-59

box 16, folder 4

Smith, Gibbs M. 1981-83

box 16, folder 5

Sparkman, John, 1899-1985 1947-78

box 16, folder 6

Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-1975 1930-50

box 16, folder 7

Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909- 1941-80

box 16, folder 8

Stevenson, Adlai Ewing, III 1971-73

box 16, folder 9

Stong, Benton 1941-60

box 16, folder 10-13

Stout, Marilyn 1960-78

box 16, folder 14

Straus, Michael W., 1897- 1939-68

box 17, folder 1

Street, Richard Steven 1974-84

box 17, folder 2

Swain, Donald C. 1969

box 17, folder 3

Swett, Frank Tracy, 1869-1969 1944-48

box 17, folder 4-5

T miscellaneous, including 1934-83

 

Taeuber, Conrad, 1906-

 

Taylor, George H.

 

Temko, Allan

 

Trujillo, Larry, 1946-

 

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891-

box 17, folder 6

Taylor, Glen Hearst, 1947- June 4, 1947

box 17, folder 7

Thorne, John E. 1954-58

box 17, folder 8

Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972 1948

box 17, folder 9

U miscellaneous 1934-80

box 17, folder 10

Udall, Stewart L. 1960-80

box 17, folder 11

Ullman, Al M. C. 1959-79

box 17, folder 12

V miscellaneous 1941-83

box 17, folder 13

Van Alstyne, William W. 1958

box 17, folder 14

Veeder, William H. 1962-72

box 17, folder 15

Vizzard, James L. 1947-73

box 17, folder 16

Vrotsos, George M. 1955

box 17, folder 17-18

W miscellaneous, including 1924-82

 

Watts, Rowland

 

Wells, J. K.

 

White, Lee C., 1923-

 

Williams, Harrison Arlington, 1919-

 

Winters, David

box 18, folder 1

Waldie, Jerome R. 1968-77

box 18, folder 2

Warne, William E. 1949-71

box 18, folder 3

Warner, David R. 1964-72

box 18, folder 4

Warren, Earl, 1891-1974 1945-70

box 18, folder 5

Weaver, John 1971

box 18, folder 6-9

Weiman, David M. 1972-82

box 18, folder 10

West, Stanley A. 1970-76

box 18, folder 11

White, Gilbert F. 1969-71

box 18, folder 12

Whitten, Leslie 1969-74

box 18, folder 13

Widtsoe, John Andreas, 1872-1952 1947-50

box 18, folder 14

Wurster, Catherine Bauer 1943-59

box 19, folder 1

Y miscellaneous 1955-82

box 19, folder 2-6

Yellen, Benjamin, 1907- 1960-82

box 19, folder 7

Z miscellaneous 1950-74

box 19, folder 8

Z'Berg, Edwin L., 1926-1975 1960-68

box 19, folder 9

Zimmerman, Gordon G. 1957-59

box 19, folder 10

Unidentified correspondence 1931-78

box 19, folder 11

Fragments and notes undated

 

SERIES 2: WRITINGS, 1923-1983.

Physical Description: Cartons 1-9; oversize box 1, folders 1-2; oversize folder 4

Scope and Contents

Divided into in five sub-series: Books and Monographs, Articles, Statements and Testimonies, Lectures and Speeches, and Miscellaneous. Files may include some or all of the following: reprint or published work, drafts, revisions, field notes, correspondence, notes, research, and related material.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title, except Books and Monographs, which is further divided by title of each work, and then arranged in chronological order by publication date.
 

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS, 1923-1983

 

The Sailor's Union of the Pacific (1923)

carton 1, folder 1

Correspondence regarding research 1923

carton 1, folder 2

Notes on the History of the Seamen of the Pacific Coast 1790-1898, and Legal History, 1885-1891 [1923]

carton 1, folder 3

Notes on the history of the Sailors'Union of the Pacific, 1891-1908 [1923]

carton 1, folder 4-5

Miscellaneous Notes

carton 1, folder 6-8

Furuseth, Andrew 1918-49

carton 1, folder 9

International Seaman's Union of America Statement of facts 1921

carton 1, folder 10

Pamphlets 1910-24

carton 1, folder 11

Miscellaneous 1890, undated

carton 1, folder 12

Jortall, Nicholas 1926

carton 1, folder 13-15

Macarthur, Walter, "The Seamen's Journal" Feb. 13, 1932

Scope and Contents

Manuscript, typescript
carton 1, folder 16

A Symposium on Andrew Furuseth 1948

 

A Spanish Mexican Peasant Community: Arandas in Jalisco, Mexico (1934)

carton 1, folder 17

Correspondence 1930-34

carton 1, folder 18-21

Field notes 1931-32

 

Mexico, nos. I-V

carton 1, folder 22-25

Field notes 1931-32

carton 1, folder 26

Corridos 1931-32

carton 1, folder 27

Ensayo Estadistico de la Municipalidad de Arandas 1889

carton 1, folder 28

Historical material undated

carton 1, folder 29

Maps undated

carton 1, folder 30

Miscellaneous undated

carton 1, folder 31

Music catalogs 1929-31

carton 1, folder 32

Nuevo Geografia del Estado de Jalisco 1914

carton 1, folder 33

Notes 1932

 

Population

carton 1, folder 34

Arandas undated

 

The Georgia Plan, 1732-1752 (1972)

carton 2, folder 1-3

Correspondence regarding 1947-71

carton 2, folder 4

Published book 1972

carton 2, folder 5

Outlines undated

carton 2, folder 6-8

Drafts 1952, 1972

carton 2, folder 9

Final Draft 1972

carton 2, folder 10-14

Chapter Drafts undated

carton 2, folder 15

Tables undated

oversize-folder 4 B

on Georgia settlers undated

Carton 2, Folder 16

Biographical Statement, Paul Taylor undated

 

Dunn, Richard S.

Carton 2, Folder 17

"Trustees of Georgia and the House of Commons" 1952

Scope and Contents

Includes letter to Paul S. Taylor
Carton 2, Folder 18-21

Bolzius, Johann Martin undated

Carton 2, Folder 22

Brief Account of the Causes that have retarded the Progress of the Colony of Georgia in America undated

Carton 2, Folder 23

New Voyage to Georgia..., 1737 undated

Carton 2, Folder 24

William Stephens' Journal, 1741-1749 undated

Scope and Contents

Typescript excerpts
Carton 2, Folder 25

Reviews Dec. 1972

Carton 2, Folder 26

Miscellaneous undated

Carton 2, Folder 27-30

Notes undated

Carton 2, Folder 31

Notes for revision 1952

Carton 2, Folder 32

Resources and Incomes of Rural Families in the Coastal Plain Area of Georgia April 1959

Carton 2, Folder 33

Clippings 1946-55

 

On the Ground in the 30s (1983)

 

Correspondence

carton 2, folder 34

Gibbs M. Smith, Inc. 1980-83

carton 2, folder 35

Introduction 1982

 

Draft corrections

carton 2, folder 36

Advertising 1983

 

ARTICLES, 1926-1983

 

Agricultural History

carton 3, folder 1

Correspondence and drafts 1979

 

Agricultural Labor

carton 3, folder 2

Drafts July 1970

 

Agricultural Labor in the U.S.

carton 3, folder 3-4

Drafts 1968

carton 3, folder 5-7

Notes and research materials undated

 

Agricultural Labor since 1607

carton 3, folder 8-9

Notes 1948

 

Agricultural Worker

carton 3, folder 10-13

Drafts, revisions, notes, corrections 1942

carton 3, folder 14

An American Exodus: A Record of Human Erosion 1969

 

The American Hired Man

carton 3, folder 15-16

Drafts 1942

carton 3, folder 17

Anti-Monopoly Policy in Historical [1964]

 

Justification of Federal Reclamation

 

Application of the Excess Land Provisions to the King's River

carton 3, folder 18

Typed draft, notes Dec. 1948

carton 3, folder 19

Background Data on the Proposed Westlands Contract May 1964

carton 3, folder 20

Building the CVP 1951

carton 3, folder 21

California Agriculture: 100 Years of Struggle undated

carton 3, folder 22-23

California Water Project: Law and Politics 1975

carton 3, folder 24

Central Valley Project: Water and Land June 1949

 

Change on the Northern Farm

carton 3, folder 25-27

Drafts, manuscripts, outlines 1943-59

 

The Farmer East and West

carton 3, folder 28-29

Revision undated

carton 3, folder 30

League of Conservation Voters 1980

 

Mid-Nineteenth Century

carton 3, folder 31-32

Drafts and manuscript 1981

 

Colonizing Georgia 1732-1752

carton 3, folder 33-34

A Statistical Note, reprints and copy 1965

 

Comparative Studies in Society and History

carton 3, folder 35

Drafts 1958

 

Civil Right

carton 3, folder 36

Draft July 1970

 

Consumer Protection

carton 3, folder 37

Drafts July 1970

 

A Decade of Congressional Action, 1939-1949

carton 3, folder 38

Draft and notes undated

 

Dictionary of American History, "Farm Hand"

carton 3, folder 39-40

Notes and drafts 1972

 

Documentary History of the Strike of the Cotton Pickers in California, 1933

carton 3, folder 41-43

Notes 1934

 

Does the 160 Acre Limitation Help or Hinder?

carton 3, folder 44

Draft 1949

carton 3, folder 45

The Encyclopedia of Labor 1949

 

End of the Road, the City

carton 3, folder 46

Draft April 1969

carton 3, folder 47

The Excess Land Law: Legislative Erosion of Public Policy June 1958

carton 3, folder 48

The Excess Land Law: A Note on Pressure vs.Principle in the Courts Sept. 1959

 

Excess Land Law: Secretary's Decision? A Study in Administration of Federal State Relations

carton 3, folder 49

Notes, printcopy, sources 1958

 

Excess Land Law: Secretary's Decision

carton 3, folder 50

Notes 1962

 

Farms

carton 3, folder 51-55

Drafts 1942

 

Farm and Plantation in Mid-19th Century as seen by the Genessee Farmer and De Bow's

carton 4, folder 1-5

Review, drafts and manuscripts 1981

 

Farm Hands in the North

carton 4, folder 6-10

Drafts 1946

 

Fight For Water

carton 4, folder 11

Notes Dec. 1970

 

Fluid Labor Along the Pacific

carton 4, folder 12-14

Fragments, drafts, outlines 1943

carton 4, folder 15

For Whom Do They Work undated

 

Free Labor

carton 4, folder 16-23

Drafts, notes, revisions 1942-44

 

A Fresh Look at Fresh Water

carton 4, folder 24

Drafts 1970

carton 4, folder 25

From the Ground Up Sept. 1936

 

Future of Mexican Immigration

carton 4, folder 26

Draft 1976

 

Good-by to the Homestead Farm: The Machines'Advance in the Corn Belt

carton 4, folder 27

Printed manuscript undated

 

Grand Canyon Dam

carton 4, folder 28

Draft 1964

 

Imperial Valley

carton 4, folder 29

Notes, drafts 1978

 

"Interior" Job

carton 4, folder 30

Manuscript, notes 1968

 

In the Fields , Paul S. Taylor and Anne Loftis

carton 4, folder 31-32

Draft, notes 1981

 

Irrepressible Conflict?

carton 4, folder 33

Draft Aug. 1943

carton 4, folder 34

Irrigation Crusade 1969

 

It's Your Water

carton 4, folder 35

Draft June 1971

carton 4, folder 36

Kings River and Tulare Lake Project undated

 

Labor Along the Pacific

carton 4, folder 37-39

Drafts 1943

carton 4, folder 40

Labor of the Land 1980

 

Labor on the California Land: Which Way?

carton 4, folder 41

Draft and notes 1980

 

Land Occupation

carton 4, folder 42-43

Drafts 1942

 

Land Tenure Policy Alternatives in Light of Conflicting Programs on the Politically Unstable Delta of Vietnam

carton 4, folder 44

Draft May 1968

 

Land-Water Policy and Rural Society

carton 4, folder 45

Draft undated

 

Legislative Proposals Based on General Authority of Policy Statements

carton 4, folder 46

Draft undated

 

Lineage of the Strategy and Tactics of Employing Peasant Dissatisfaction Over Conditions of Land Tenure For Revolutionary Ends in Vietnam

carton 4, folder 47-49

Drafts 1968

 

Madera Cotton Strike, 1939

carton 5, folder 1

Draft 1940

carton 5, folder 2

To Make the Desert Bloom Like the Rose 1969

 

Mexican Labor in the United States

oversize-box 1, folder 1

Newspapers 1926, 1929

carton 5, folder 3

Valley of the South Platte, Colorado 1929

carton 5, folder 4

Vol. II-IV 1932-34

oversize-box 1, folder 2

Newspapers 1932-38

carton 5, folder 5

Mexican Migration and the 160-acre Water Limitation June 1975

 

The Mexican Peasantry of Los Altos

carton 5, folder 6

Drafts undated

carton 5, folder 7

Mexican Women in Los Angeles Industry in 1928 1980

carton 5, folder 8

Migrant Mother: 1936 May 1970

 

Migration

carton 5, folder 9

Drafts and notes undated

 

Migratory Labor

carton 5, folder 10-12

Drafts 1946

carton 5, folder 13-15

Migratory Labor in the Wheat Belt 1945, 1957, 1969

carton 5, folder 16-17

National Reclamation in Imperial Valley: Law vs. Politics 1981

 

National Stake at Westlands

carton 5, folder 18

Draft undated

carton 5, folder 19

Ninety Day Countdown: The State Federal San Luis Contract Review, 1962 Feb. 1962

carton 5, folder 20-21

The 19th Century New England Farmer Looks in the Mirror 1981

carton 5, folder 22

No Investigation has Shown the Limitation Law Unsound Aug. 1948

carton 5, folder 23

Note on Age at Time of Marriage in Two Mexican Localities of Divergent Types Dec. 1932

carton 5, folder 24

Note on Streams of Mexican Immigration 1930

carton 5, folder 25-26

Notes from the Field Jan. 1942

carton 5, folder 27

Observations for the Journal of Mexican American History 1970

carton 5, folder 28

Observations and critique on V Aid Programme in Pakistan Dec. 1960

 

160 Acre Law

carton 5, folder 29-31

Drafts and notes 1948, 1970, undated

 

Origins and Growth of Migratory Seasonal Labor in Agriculture

carton 5, folder 32-33

Notes undated

 

Patterns

carton 5, folder 34-38

Drafts 1942-43

 

People

carton 5, folder 39

Notes, drafts Dec. 5, 1941

carton 5, folder 40

Perspective on Housing Migratory Agricultural Laborers undated

carton 5, folder 41

Perspectives on Mexican-Americans 1972

carton 5, folder 42

Perspectives on the Village Aid Programme 1960

carton 5, folder 43

Place of Central Valley in the Social Prospect of Southern California Nov. 1946

 

Plantation

carton 5, folder 44-47

Drafts and notes 1942-43, undated

carton 5, folder 48

Plantation Agriculture in the United States, 17th to 20th Centuries Dec. 1953

 

Plantation Laborer

carton 5, folder 49-54

Draft 1945

 

Political Campaign Costs

carton 6, folder 1

Outlines and notes 1971

 

Producing California Cotton

carton 6, folder 2

Draft [1934?]

carton 6, folder 3-4

Public Policy and the Shaping of Rural Society 1975

carton 6, folder 5-12

Reclamation 1970-74, 1980

carton 6, folder 13

Resettlement Administration and Migratory Agricultural Labor in California 1936

 

Retrospective on Mexican-American History

carton 6, folder 14

Draft 1970

 

S.14 Attacks the National Reclamation Law: What's Behind It?

carton 6, folder 15

Notes, drafts Dec. 1979

 

San Francisco General Store

carton 6, folder 16-18

Draft and notes 1934

carton 6, folder 19

Seasonal Labor in East and Middle West [1946?]

 

Shell Game?

carton 6, folder 20

Draft undated

 

From Slave to Freedman

carton 6, folder 21-26

Drafts, outlines and notes 1946, 1959, 1965

carton 6, folder 27

Some Aspects of Mexican Immigration Oct. 5, 1930

carton 6, folder 28

Some Notes on Visual Recording and Communication Aug. 15, 1983

 

The Southern California Connection

carton 6, folder 29

Drafts and notes undated

 

Suggestions for Health Care Services

carton 6, folder 30

Draft Oct. 1970

carton 6, folder 31

"Territory" vs. People Sept. 21, 1946

 

Trouble on the Waterfront

carton 6, folder 32

Draft Aug. 1, 1934

 

Unfree Labor

carton 6, folder 33-37

Drafts Jan. 23, 1943

carton 6, folder 38

Voters of Texas: Look Before You Leap 1969

carton 6, folder 39

Walter Goldschmidt's Baptism By Fire: Central Valley Water Politics 1976

carton 6, folder 40

"Water Conservation" For Whom? 1983

 

Water Control for Agriculture: How Shall Benefits Be Shared?

carton 6, folder 41

Drafts and notes 1976

carton 6, folder 42-44

Water Grants for Education 1970, undated

carton 6, folder 45

Water, Land, and People undated

carton 6, folder 46

Whose Dam is Pine Flat? 1954

 

STATEMENTS AND TESTIMONIES, 1938-1980

 

Statements

carton 7, folder 1

Special Senate Committee to Investigate Unemployment and Relief March 14, 1938

carton 7, folder 2

U.S. Senate Civil Liberties Committee Dec. 6, 1939

carton 7, folder 3

State Advisory Council to Dept. of Employment [ca. 1940]

carton 7, folder 4

House Committee investigating Farm Migrancy Regarding Mailing list 1941

carton 7, folder 5

Senate Special Committee Dec. 1, 1942

carton 7, folder 6

Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play Jan. 11, 1945

carton 7, folder 7

National Catholic Rural Life Conference April 16, 1947

carton 7, folder 8

Should Public Policy Be Used to Influence, Directly or Indirectly, Size of Farm or Size of Farm Operations? May 28, 1952

carton 7, folder 9

State Senate Fact Finding Committee on Labor and Social Welfare Nov. 16-17, 1959

carton 7, folder 10

Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs March 7, 1964

carton 7, folder 11

House Committee on Labor and Education April 23, 1964

carton 7, folder 12

Senate Interior Committee on Westlands Water District July 8, 1964

carton 7, folder 13

Sub-Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources Dec. 1964

carton 7, folder 14

National Conference on Poverty in the Southwest Jan. 25, 1965

 

University of California, Berkeley Office of Information

carton 7, folder 15

Reprint March 3, 1965

carton 7, folder 16

House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs Aug. 30, 1965

carton 7, folder 17

Senate Public Works Appropriations Subcommittee April 27, 1966

carton 7, folder 18

Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee July 29, 1966

carton 7, folder 19-20

Evasion of Federal Acre Limit Laws April 23, 1967

carton 7, folder 21

Senate Public Works Appropriations Subcommittee May 9, 1967

carton 7, folder 22

Senate Committee on Water Resources June 6, 1967

carton 7, folder 23

Committee on the Interior 1967

carton 7, folder 24

Regarding S. 2919 May 3, 1968

carton 7, folder 25

Submitted to the Congressional Record July 30, 1968

carton 7, folder 26

Water Resources Council Oct. 26, 1968

carton 7, folder 27

House Sub-Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources May, 1969

carton 7, folder 28

House Government Operations Sub-Committee Aug. 20-21, 1969

carton 7, folder 29

Water Resources Council Sept. 18, 1969

carton 7, folder 30

National Water Commission Oct. 27, 1969

carton 7, folder 31

Senate Sub-Committee on Migratory Labor Aug. 20, 1970

carton 7, folder 32

Policy Statement on natural resources Aug. 1970

carton 7, folder 33

Western States Water and Power Consumers Conference Sept. 28-29, 1970

carton 7, folder 34

Submitted in the Congressional Record Oct. 9, 1970

carton 7, folder 35

Public Land Law Review Commission Dec. 7-8, 1970

carton 7, folder 36

John Henning Jan. 8, 1971

carton 7, folder 37

Excess Land in the Imperial Valley April 9, 1971

carton 7, folder 38

ACA73, Forbidding Tuition at State Colleges and Universities June 1971

carton 7, folder 39-41

Senate Sub-Committee on Migratory Labor Jan. 1972

carton 7, folder 42

National Water Resources Council March 28, 1972

carton 7, folder 43

National Water Commission Jan. 11, 1973

carton 7, folder 44

Regarding 160 Acre Limitation Aug. 14, 1974

carton 7, folder 45

Department of Water Resources Oct. 10, 1974

carton 7, folder 46

Small Business and Interiors Committee Aug. 1975

carton 7, folder 47

Senate Select Committees on Small Business and Interior and Insular Affairs Feb. 17, 1976

carton 7, folder 48

Districts Securities Advisory Commission Jan. 27, 1977

carton 7, folder 49

House Sub-committee on Water and Power Resources on HR 3420 July 15, 1977

carton 7, folder 50

House Sub-Committee on Water and Power July 15, 1977

carton 7, folder 51

California Assembly Committee on Agriculture July 27, 1977

carton 7, folder 52

Senate Sub-Committee on California's Food and Agricultural Economy Dec. 5, 1977

carton 7, folder 53-54

California Assembly Committee on Agriculture 1977

carton 7, folder 55

House Sub-Committee For Water and Power Jan. 5, 1978

carton 7, folder 56

House Water and Power Sub-Committee Jan. 5, 1978

carton 7, folder 57

U.S. Senate Public Lands and Resources Sub-Committee April 12-13, 1978

carton 7, folder 58

Democratic Study Group Oct. 30, 1978

carton 7, folder 59

Policy and the 160 Acre Limitation March 22, 1979

carton 7, folder 60

Repeal of the Acreage Limitation Law 1979

carton 7, folder 61

Conservation Service Award May 30, 1980

carton 7, folder 62-64

Statements by Others

 

Brody, Ralph M. undated

 

Kirkpatrick, David H. undated

 

Sullivan, J. L. Jan. 13 1972

 

Testimonies

carton 7, folder 65

Violations of free speech and rights of labor 1939

carton 7, folder 66

Temporary National Economic Committee 1941

carton 7, folder 67

Special Committee on Interstate 1941

carton 7, folder 68

State Assembly Water Committee April 11, 1961

carton 8, folder 1

Senate Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation July 8-9, 1964

carton 8, folder 2

House and Senate Public Works Appropriations Sub-Committees April 26-27, 1966

carton 8, folder 3

National Commission on Urban Problems July 5, 1967

carton 8, folder 4

Sub-Committee on Conservation and Natural Resources Aug. 20-21, 1969

carton 8, folder 5

Submitted in the Congressional Record Feb. 26, 1973

carton 8, folder 6

House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee Sept. 14, 1976

carton 8, folder 7

Paul Taylor writings undated

carton 8, folder 8-9

Testimonies of Others

 

Blaustein, Arthur Jan. 13, 1972

 

Gnaizda, Robert Jan. 11, 1972

 

LECTURES AND SPEECHES, 1935-1981

carton 8, folder 10

California Agriculture: 100 Years of Struggle Oct. 18, 1975

carton 8, folder 11

California Geography: Land Tenure and the 160-Acre Law April 26, 1977

carton 8, folder 12

Central Valley Basin undated

 

Central Valley Project

carton 8, folder 13

Notes and outline 1943-44

carton 8, folder 14

Citizenship 1948

carton 8, folder 15-17

Community Development 1958, 1964, 1976

carton 8, folder 18

Conservation Service Award Acceptance May 30, 1980

carton 8, folder 19

Earth Day April 23, 1970

carton 8, folder 20

Export of the Land-Grant Idea: Opportunities and Challenges [1962]

carton 8, folder 21

Labor Economics 1942

carton 8, folder 22

Large vs. Small Farm undated

carton 8, folder 23

Marshall Monument Dedication, Lindsay, Calif. April 21, 1951

carton 8, folder 24

Migration in America June 26, 1945

carton 8, folder 25

Minorities and the Peace March 23, 1945

carton 8, folder 26

The Morrill Act April 24, 1962

carton 8, folder 27

National Reclamation Act Nov. 21, 1946

carton 8, folder 28-29

Photography Within the Humanities April 9, 1975

carton 8, folder 30

Powers That be in California Land Use Oct. 20, 1972

carton 8, folder 31

Regionalism, Nationalism, and Internationalism undated

carton 8, folder 32

Remarks at the City Commons Club April 24, 1959

carton 8, folder 33

Social and Economic Implications of Recent Population Changes on the Pacific Coast May 21, 1953

carton 8, folder 34

State Water Project 1972

carton 8, folder 35

Water and Land Resources Sept. 23, 1971

carton 8, folder 36-37

Water Development 1970-71

carton 8, folder 38

Westlands Appropriation is Premature and will Aggravate Social Problems undated

carton 8, folder 39

What is Happening in the Central Valley Project? 1944-47

carton 8, folder 40

What Migrants Are Doing 1950

carton 8, folder 41

Where Are We Today, and How We Got There undated

carton 8, folder 42

Who Are the Migrants? 1949

carton 8, folder 43

Why Migratory Labor? undated

 

Notes

carton 8, folder 44

Land Reform and the Small Farmer 1981

carton 8, folder 45-46

160-Acre Limitation undated

carton 8, folder 47

Water undated

 

Commonwealth Club

carton 8, folder 48

Large vs. Small Farms Dec. 20, 1951

carton 8, folder 49

Migrant's and California's Future Sept. 13, 1935

carton 8, folder 50

Minority Report May 8, 1946

carton 8, folder 51

Remarks Dec. 20, 1951

carton 8, folder 52

"What Shall We Do With Them?" April 15, 1938

carton 8, folder 53

Commonwealth Journal 1949-50

carton 8, folder 54

Strobel, Hank

 

The La Follette Investigation Jan. 7, 1943

carton 8, folder 55-59

Minutes of Meetings 1946-51

 

Section on agriculture, mineral industry, public utility, water problems and resources

 

MISCELLANEOUS, 1928-1983

carton 9, folder 1

Communist Strategy and Tactics Employing Peasant Dissatisfaction Over Conditions of Land Tenure in Vietnam Aug. 1970

Scope and Contents

[A Study for the Foreign Operations and Government Information Sub-committee]
 

State Public Works bill

carton 9, folder 2

Revised draft Feb.-March 1971

 

Water in the West: An Environmental Crisis

carton 9, folder 3-8

Drafts, notes, research materials 1971

carton 9, folder 9

Water in your Cofphe 1981

carton 9, folder 10

Water, Land and Environment, Imperial Valley: Law Caught in the Winds of Politics Jan. 1973

carton 9, folder 11

Water, Land and People in the Great Valley March 1968

carton 9, folder 12

Water Policy and the Law: Whirligig on the Colorado River in Southern California 1974

carton 9, folder 13

Who Gets a "Free Ride" on the Central Valley Project? 1950

carton 9, folder 14

Who Owns the Land-- And the Water? and Who Cares? 1978

carton 9, folder 15

Why the Imperial Valley is a Polarized Community Feb. 16, 1976

 

Women in Industry, Los Angeles

carton 9, folder 16

Draft 1928

 

Words and Photographs

carton 9, folder 17

Outlines and notes 1983

carton 9, folder 18-19

Miscellaneous notes undated

carton 9, folder 20

Notes regarding the Act of 1912: "Titles For Homesteaders on Reclamation Projects" undated

carton 9, folder 21

Bibliographies listing Paul Taylor's writings undated

 

Book Reviews:

carton 9, folder 22

Agri Business, Labor and the Wetbacks 1977

carton 9, folder 23

The American Farm July 1977

carton 9, folder 24

California Farm Organizations 1953

carton 9, folder 25

Conflict on the Carson June 1977

carton 9, folder 26

The Decline of the Californios: A Social History of the Spanish Speaking Californians 1966

carton 9, folder 27

Industrialization and Labor 1952

carton 9, folder 28

Mexican Emigration to the United States, 1897-1931 July 1980

carton 9, folder 29

Migrant Agricultural Workers in America's Northeast 1971

carton 9, folder 30

Phil Swig and Boulder Dam 1973

carton 9, folder 31

Politics of Land 1973

carton 9, folder 32

Poverty and Politics Dec. 1969

 

A Report on World Population Migrations as Related to the USA

carton 9, folder 33

Drafts and sources 1956

carton 9, folder 34

The Rise of Teamster Power in the West 1972

carton 9, folder 35

Spiders in the House and Workers in the Field 1971

carton 9, folder 36

Land Reclamation (Vol. I, Chap. 11) June 28, 1951

 

A Water Policy for the American People

 

The Water Seekers

carton 9, folder 37

Draft 1974

 

Comments:

carton 9, folder 38

Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation April 23, 1951

carton 9, folder 39

Proposed rules and regulations regarding reclamation laws Jan. 31, 1978

carton 9, folder 40

Proposal to authorize government undated

carton 9, folder 41

Water in the news undated

carton 9, folder 42

Who will Watch the Watch-Dog of Congress? March 18, 1970

 

Contributions to works by others:

carton 9, folder 43

Gustaitis, Rasa 1973

carton 9, folder 44

Seckler, David 1971

carton 9, folder 45

Dorothea Lange, Vol. I 1979-80

carton 9, folder 46

Gamio, Manuel 1970

carton 9, folder 47

Gates, Paul W. 1977

carton 9, folder 48

Editorial Note July 1973

carton 9, folder 49

Exhibit, photographic 1934

 

Letters to the Editor:

carton 9, folder 50-51

Los Angeles Times July 24, 1969, April 1979

carton 9, folder 52

San Francisco Chronicle Sept. 6, 1977

carton 9, folder 53

Memorandum Jan. 3, 1966

carton 9, folder 54-55

News Releases March 2, 1965

 

Papers:

carton 9, folder 56

Can We Export "The New Rural Society?" Sept. 4, 1953

carton 9, folder 57

History of California's Water Resource Development 1954

carton 9, folder 58

Immigrant Groups in Western Agriculture June 20, 1974

carton 9, folder 59

The Place of Agricultural Labor in Society June 15, 1939

carton 9, folder 60

The Place of Farm Labor in Society June 14-15, 1939

carton 9, folder 61

Social Problems of Agriculture in Wartime June 24-26, 1943

carton 9, folder 62

Water Grants for Education and Planned Open Space June 23, 1970

carton 9, folder 63

Water Resources, West and Midwest Rural Society Comparisons June 19-21, 1974

 

Radio Talks:

carton 9, folder 64

Americanism: The Immigration Problem March 12, 1934

carton 9, folder 65

California Water Problem May 1960

carton 9, folder 66

Californians For Water and Land Conservation undated

carton 9, folder 67

Conservation, Education, War on Poverty and the 160 Acre Limitation June 26, 1968

carton 9, folder 68

Evasion of Federal Acre Limit Laws April 23, 1967

carton 9, folder 69

Morality Play in the Wild West Jan. 18, 1978

carton 9, folder 70

Significant Activities of the Resettlement Administration in the West March 4, 1951

carton 9, folder 71

Unemployment, Causes and Solutions Oct. 29, 1960

carton 9, folder 72

With Liberty and Justice for All June 4, 1960

 

Notes and fragments:

carton 9, folder 73

Notes undated

carton 9, folder 74

Notes regarding the president's water resources policy commission April 1951

carton 9, folder 75

Notes regarding "Corporate Farming" undated

carton 9, folder 76

Notes regarding "Origins" undated

carton 9, folder 77

Ideas for writing undated

 

SERIES 3: PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS AND CONSULTANT WORK, (1927-1977), 1839-1981.

Physical Description: Cartons 10-32; oversize box 1, folders 3-8; oversize folders 1, 5, 6, 8

Scope and Contents

Divided into sub-series by name of granting agency or employer and research subject; parenthetical dates reflect duration projects, followed by date span for materials. Most projects continued for several years and often involved more than one organization. Following Taylor's notes for the arrangement of his research, related or continuing projects concerning migrant workers in the 1930s and early 1940s, and those concerning the Central Valley in the 1940-1950s have been combined to present a more unified picture. The first, Social Science Research Council, contains research materials used for a series of monographs published as Mexican Labor in the United States, and is further divided into Research Material (including field notes) and Related Material. Research Material is arranged by state in chronological order determined by the date when research first began; within states, arrangement is alphabetical by city, county, or area. Includes hand written field notes, as well as, a complete set of typescript field notes by Taylor and his researchers. Research was concentrated in California, Chicago, and Texas, and includes material on the steel and railroad industries. Material for other projects is divided into Administrative Files, which include correspondence, reports, and minutes of meetings, and Project Files, which contain field notes; subject, people or area files; background, research, and related material.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by beginning of each project, and then as noted below.
 

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL: MEXICAN LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES (1927-1933), 1919-1934

 

Research Material

carton 10, folder 1-2

Correspondence regarding research 1926-33

carton 10, folder 3

Mahony, Thomas F.

 

Correspondence 1929-34

carton 10, folder 4-8

Field notes, 1927-29

 

Series A-E, Set I

 

California

 

Fresno

carton 10, folder 9

Field notes 1927

 

Imperial Valley

carton 10, folder 10-18

Field notes 1927

carton 10, folder 19

Translation of Letters, Imperial Valley Mexican Worker's Union 1928

carton 10, folder 20

Statistics 1922-34

carton 10, folder 21

Related material 1919-29

carton 10, folder 22

Notes 1927

 

Los Angeles

carton 10, folder 23-27

Field notes 1927

carton 10, folder 28

Study of Mexican Women in Industry 1928

carton 10, folder 29

Statistics: Women in Industry 1927

carton 10, folder 30

Allianza 1928-29

carton 10, folder 31

Miscellaneous 1927-32

carton 10, folder 32

Madera 1927

 

Merced

carton 10, folder 33

Field notes 1927

 

Modesto

carton 10, folder 34

Field notes 1927

 

Northern [counties]

carton 10, folder 35

Interviews with Farm Advisors 1927

 

Orange County

carton 10, folder 36

Draft article ca. 1930

carton 10, folder 37-38

Field notes 1927

carton 10, folder 39-42

Statistics, miscellaneous 1925-27, 1930

 

Sacramento

carton 10, folder 43

Field notes 1927

carton 11, folder 1

San Diego 1932

carton 11, folder 2

Stockton 1927

 

Miscellaneous

carton 11, folder 3-4

Field notes 1927, 1932-33

carton 11, folder 5

Flyers and brochures 1919-28

carton 11, folder 6

Statistics: Building and Lumber Industry 1927

carton 11, folder 7

Miscellaneous 1927

 

Colorado

carton 11, folder 8-18

Field notes, Set A-E, typescript 1927-30

carton 11, folder 19

Greeley, beet workers 1927-29

carton 11, folder 20

Great Western Sugar Company 1927-29

carton 11, folder 21-22

Miscellaneous, printed 1926-28

carton 11, folder 23

Notes 1928

 

Nevada

carton 11, folder 24

Field notes Sept. 1927

 

Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin

carton 11, folder 25

Field notes 1927

 

Utah

carton 11, folder 26

Field notes Sept. 1927

carton 11, folder 27

Statistics: Education 1927-28

carton 11, folder 28

Miscellaneous 1927-29

 

Wyoming

carton 11, folder 29

Field notes-Cheyenne [1927]

carton 11, folder 30

Statistics: Education 1927-28

oversize-box 1

Illinois, Chicago and the Calumet Area

oversize-box 1, folder 3

Edson Report flyers 1926-28

carton 11, folder 31

Study outline July 24, 1928

carton 11, folder 32-47

Field notes 1928

 

Index outline

carton 11, folder 48

Draft undated

carton 11, folder 49-50

Field notes by Robert C. Jones [1928]

carton 11, folder 51

Religion by Robert C. Jones 1928

carton 11, folder 52-54

Statistics 1927-30

carton 11, folder 55

Illinois Steel Company 1928-29

carton 11, folder 56

Inland Steel Company 1928

carton 11, folder 57

Wisconsin Steel Company 1928

carton 11, folder 58

Banda Mexicana de Chicago 1928

carton 11, folder 59

South Chicago study by Raymond E.Nelson 1928

carton 11, folder 60

Flyer undated

carton 11, folder 61

Miscellaneous 1928

carton 11, folder 62

Related material 1928

carton 11, folder 63

Notes on Mexican newspapers 1928

oversize-box 1, folder 4

Mexico [Newspaper] June 22, 1929

 

Indiana

carton 11, folder 64-65

Field notes 1928

carton 11, folder 66

Gary 1928

carton 11, folder 67

Cement companies 1930

carton 11, folder 68

Humo Aug. 5, 1928

 

Michigan

carton 11, folder 69-71

Field notes by Robert C. Jones 1928

carton 12, folder 1

Field notes July 1928

carton 12, folder 2

Flyers undated

carton 12, folder 3

Miscellaneous 1926-27

carton 12, folder 4

Related material 1925-27

 

Nebraska

carton 12, folder 5

Miscellaneous 1928

 

Pennsylvania

carton 12, folder 6-7

Field notes 1929-30

carton 12, folder 8

Bethlehem Steel Company 1930

oversize-box 1

Texas

oversize-box 1, folder 5

El Popular , Del Rio, Texas [Newspaper] Nov. 23, 1928

carton 12, folder 9-23

Field notes 1928-29

 

Nueces County

carton 12, folder 24-28

Field notes Sept. 1929

carton 12, folder 29

Correspondence 1929-33

carton 12, folder 30

Miscellaneous undated

carton 12, folder 31-33

Notes 1929-30

carton 12, folder 34-35

Dimmit County 1929, 1931

carton 12, folder 36

El Paso County 1925-26

carton 12, folder 37

Cameron County undated

carton 12, folder 38

League of United Latin-American Citizens, Brownsville 1929-32

carton 12, folder 39

League of Latin American Citizens, San Antonio 1929-34

carton 12, folder 40-44

Statistics 1925-29

carton 12, folder 45

Climatological data 1921-30

carton 12, folder 46-47

Miscellaneous 1929

 

Arizona

carton 12, folder 48

Tucson and Phoenix 1929

carton 12, folder 49

Louisiana 1925-29

carton 12, folder 50

New Mexico 1932

 

Railroad study

carton 12, folder 51-53

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe 1926-32

carton 13, folder 1-4

Chicago Railways 1927-29

carton 13, folder 5-7

Southern Pacific Railway 1927-29

carton 13, folder 8

Western Pacific Railway 1928-29

carton 13, folder 9

Miscellaneous 1928-29

carton 13, folder 10

Migration study 1929

carton 13, folder 11-12

Statistics 1929-32

carton 13, folder 13-15

Diario Oficial 1928-31

carton 13, folder 16

Departamento de Migracion 1929

carton 13, folder 17-21

Departamento de La Estadistica Nacional 1930-31

carton 13, folder 22

Congressional Record 1928-29

carton 13, folder 23

Miscellaneous 1928-30

carton 13, folder 24

Notes ca. 1927-33

 

Related Material

oversize-folder 5 A

Broadsides 1925-1929

carton 13, folder 25

Contacts 1927-29

carton 13, folder 26-42

Edson, George T., Bureau of Labor Statistics Field reports on Mexican Labor in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere 1926-27

 

The Coalitionist

carton 13, folder 43

Vol. I, nos. 1, 3-6, July/Dec. 1929

carton 13, folder 44

Conferences 1926-30

carton 13, folder 45

Directory of Spanish-Speaking Work in the U.S., Home Missions Council, New York City, N.Y. 1926

carton 13, folder 46

La Nueva Democracia 1928-29

carton 13, folder 47

Newspaper clippings 1922-30

 

Mexican Labor in the U.S. , Vols. 1-2

carton 13, folder 48

Proof sheets 1930-32

 

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LAW (1929-1931), 1935

carton 13, folder 49

The National Institute Faces 1936 Dec. 1935

 

First Annual Report

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH COUNCIL AND ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION: SELF-HELP COOPERATIVES (1933-1934), 1933-1934

carton 14, folder 1

Certificate from University of California 1933

 

President Sproul

carton 14, folder 2-23

Field notes 1933-34

 

CALIFORNIA EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION, DIVISION OF RURAL REHABILITATION (1933-1937), 1933-1940

 

Field Director Files

 

Correspondence

carton 14, folder 24

Drobish, Harry E. 1935-36

carton 14, folder 25

Taylor, Paul S. 1935-36

carton 14, folder 26

To and from others 1935-36

 

Federal Emergency Relief Administration

carton 14, folder 27-28

Field notes 1933-34

 

Field notes

carton 14, folder 29

San Francisco Longshore Strike July 1934

carton 14, folder 30

Imperial Valley Strikes May 14, 1934

 

Federal Emergency Relief Administration

carton 14, folder 31

Field notes, Cole Harbor, North Dakota Jan. 12, 1934

carton 14, folder 32

Charts 1933-35

 

Field notes

carton 14, folder 33

Texas onions 1934

carton 14, folder 34

Report, Tentative Program of the Division of Rural Rehabilitation, California ERA April 30, 1935

Scope and Contents

Includes reply
carton 14, folder 35

California ERA, Division of Rural Rehabilitation 1936-39

carton 14, folder 36

Field notes 1934-35

carton 14, folder 37

Marysville to Imperial Valley March-April 1935

 

Imperial Valley

carton 14, folder 38

Related material 1934-35

carton 14, folder 39-40

Field notes 1935

carton 14, folder 41

Kerr, Clark April-May 1937

carton 14, folder 42

Kings, Kern, and Tulare Counties Oct. 1933

carton 14, folder 43

Corcoran Dec. 20-21, 1933

carton 14, folder 44

Report, Peculiarities of California Agriculture in Relation to the Rural Rehabilitation Program 1935

oversize-folder 1 C

Charts 1935-40

carton 14, folder 45

Trends 1934-35

carton 14, folder 46

Miscellaneous 1936

 

GOVERNOR'S FACT FINDING COMMITTEE ON THE COTTON STRIKE (1933-1938), 1925-1944

carton 14, folder 47

San Joaquin Valley 1933

carton 14, folder 48

Field notes Dec. 20-24, 1933

carton 14, folder 49

Field notes 1933

 

Guthberson Interview, San Francisco

carton 14, folder 50

Field notes Jan. 13, 1934

 

Ira Cross

carton 14, folder 51

Correspondence 1933-34

carton 14, folder 52

Hearings and statements 1933

carton 14, folder 53

Research materials 1933-34

carton 14, folder 54

Notes 1933-44

carton 14, folder 55

Cotton Industry 1925-34

carton 14, folder 56

Kern County 1926-31

carton 14, folder 57

Tulare County 1930-38

 

Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union

 

Cannery Strikes

oversize-box 1, folder 6

United Farm Worker , Vol. 1, #3 April 15, 1937

 

Fruit and Vegetable Workers Union

oversize-box 1, folder 7

Poster undated

 

Cotton strikes

carton 14, folder 58

Related material 1933-38

 

San Joaquin Cotton Strike

 

Clippings

carton 14, folder 59

Fresno Bee Oct. 1933

carton 14, folder 60

Hanford Journal 1933

carton 14, folder 61

Tulare Advanced-Register Oct. 1933

carton 14, folder 62

Tulare Times Oct. 1933

carton 14, folder 63

Visalia Delta-Times Oct. 1933

carton 14, folder 64-65

Miscellaneous 1933

 

STATE EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION, DIVISION OF RURAL REHABILITATION (1935), 1935

carton 14, folder 66

The Italians of San Francisco: Their Adjustment and Acculturation 1935

Scope and Contents

Abstract from the SERA Project
 

U.S. RESETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATION (1935-1936), 1920-1967

 

Regional Labor Advisor

carton 14, folder 67

Taylor, Paul S.

 

Radio talk March 4, [1936?]

carton 14, folder 68

Field notes April-June 1935

carton 14, folder 69

New Jersey June 1936

carton 14, folder 70

Mississippi July-Aug. 1936

carton 15, folder 1

Dozier 1935

carton 15, folder 2

Johnson, Tyr 1935

 

Johnson and Avina

carton 15, folder 3

Filipino Labor in California 1935

 

Johnson, Tyr

 

Migration and Resettlement Problems in Pacific Coast States

carton 15, folder 4

Draft June 20, 1938

 

Johnson, Tyr and Frederick Arpke

carton 15, folder 5

Migration and Settlement on the Pacific Coast July 1942

 

Mills, Omer

carton 15, folder 6

Field notes 1935

 

Rowell and Fallon

carton 15, folder 7

Field notes 1935

 

Samano, Theodosia M.

 

Field notes

carton 15, folder 8

Apricot Camps 1935

carton 15, folder 9

Imperial Valley 1935

carton 15, folder 10

Mexican Colonies 1935

 

Vasey, Tom

carton 15, folder 11

Field notes 1935

carton 15, folder 12

Notes

carton 15, folder 13

Investigation on Housing Conditions 1935

 

Migration of Drought Refugees to California

carton 15, folder 14

Memorandum by Paul S. Taylor April 17, 1935

 

Rural Economic Structure of California

carton 15, folder 15

Draft report 1936

carton 15, folder 16

Survey of Rural Slums 1935

carton 15, folder 17

Conference Called to Discuss the Problem of Transients and Migratory Agricultural Labor San Francisco Dec. 14, 1936

 

Alexander, Will W.

carton 15, folder 18

Resettlement Administration and the South Feb. 5, 1937

 

Migrant Labor Camp Files

carton 15, folder 19

Conference on Housing Migratory Agricultural Laborers

 

Correspondence 1935

 

Migrant Labor Camp Program

carton 15, folder 20

General information 1935-47

 

Conference on Housing Migratory Agricultural Laborers

carton 15, folder 21

Sacramento Jan. 18, 1935

carton 15, folder 22

Marysville Oct. 12, 1935

carton 15, folder 23

Santa Cruz Nov. 18, 1935

carton 15, folder 24

Transcript Dec. 15, 1935

carton 15, folder 25

Statement in support of project to establish camps for migrants in California Aug. 22, 1935

carton 15, folder 26

Special report to the Administrator on camps for migrant agricultural laborers in California Oct. 17, 1935

 

Sections I and II, draft

 

Ordinances

carton 15, folder 27

Labor camps undated

carton 15, folder 28

Arvin Migratory Camp, Kern County, Calif. 1935-36

 

Marysville Migrant Camp

carton 15, folder 29

Reports 1935

carton 15, folder 30

Reactions to camps 1934-37

carton 15, folder 31

California Division of Immigration and Housing 1932-37

 

Labor difficulties in Sonoma County, Calif.

carton 15, folder 32

Reports and related material Aug.-Sept. 1935

carton 15, folder 33

Report on the background and problems affecting farm labor in California Feb. 10, 1935

carton 15, folder 34

Study: Rural labor in the 5 southwestern states undated

 

Survey of California Agricultural Workers May 1936

carton 15, folder 35-36

Related material

carton 15, folder 37

Synopsis [1936?]

 

The Suspension of Relief in Agricultural Areas

carton 15, folder 38

Report Aug. 29, 1935

carton 15, folder 39

Council on Interstate Migration Jan. 9, 1939

 

Interstate Conference on Migratory Labor

carton 15, folder 40-41

Proceedings Feb., Dec. 1940

 

Population in Farm Security Administration Migratory Labor Camps

carton 15, folder 42

Report and related material 1940

 

Subject Files

 

U.S. Department of Labor 1939

carton 15, folder 43

Hour and Wage Division

carton 15, folder 44

Child Labor 1935-49

carton 15, folder 45

Notes undated

carton 15, folder 46

Publications 1924-48

carton 15, folder 47

Clippings 1920-54

carton 15, folder 48

Cooperatives 1935-41

carton 15, folder 49

Dust Bowl undated

carton 15, folder 50

Farmer's Emergency Relief Conference, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1935

 

Health

carton 15, folder 51

Study of the Health of 1, 000 Children of Migratory Agricultural Laborers 1937

carton 15, folder 52

A Study of 132 Families in California Cotton, with Reference to Availability of Health Care [1937?]

carton 15, folder 53

Trailing Child and Maternal Health into California Migratory Agricultural Camps 1938

carton 15, folder 54

Miscellaneous 1930s

carton 15, folder 55

Hop Pickers 1935-1939

 

Housing

carton 15, folder 56

Transients and Migrants 1939

carton 15, folder 57-58

Miscellaneous1930s and 1940s

carton 15, folder 59-60

Clippings, press releases, and publications 1930s and 1940s

carton 15, folder 61

Migrant ban 1935-38

carton 15, folder 62-63

Migration 1935-42

carton 15, folder 64

Migrants 1933-55

carton 16, folder 1-2

Relief 1935-43

carton 16, folder 3

Sugar Beet Workers 1930-37

carton 16, folder 4

Tenure 1936-42

carton 16, folder 5

Cotton undated

carton 16, folder 6

Clippings 1930-40

carton 16, folder 7

Publications 1923-40

carton 16, folder 8

Voorhis Bills 1937-38

carton 16, folder 9

Works Progress Administration 1936-39

carton 16, folder 10

Miscellaneous 1939-67

carton 16, folder 11

Maps 1926, 1935

 

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT: STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL (1935-1942), 1913-1953

carton 16, folder 12

Unemployment compensation 1939

 

Unemployment

carton 16, folder 13

Publications 1913-53

carton 16, folder 14

Clippings 1926-50

carton 16, folder 15

A Statement on Two Suggested Solutions for the Problem of Farm Unemployment May 24, 1940

 

Unemployment

carton 16, folder 16

Notes 1941

carton 16, folder 17

Miscellaneous 1946

 

SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD (1936-1941), 1922-1962

carton 16, folder 18

Blaisdell, Thomas C., Jr. 1936-39

 

To Paul S. Taylor

carton 16, folder 19

Taylor, Paul S. 1937-39

 

To Thomas C. Blaisdell, Jr.

carton 16, folder 20-22

Correspondence 1936-50

 

To and from others

 

Field notes June 1937

carton 16, folder 23

Hall and Childress counties, Texas and Cache, Oklahoma

carton 16, folder 24

Texas June 1937

carton 16, folder 25

Macon, Georgia to Wamsutter, Wyoming July-Aug. 1937

carton 16, folder 26

San Ramon, Leland, and Greenville, Mississippi 1937-38

carton 16, folder 27

Edison County Citrus Migrants April-May 1938

carton 16, folder 28

Salinas, California June 1938

carton 16, folder 29

Goodlett, Texas June 5-19, 1938

carton 16, folder 30

Little Rock, Arkansas June 20-28, 1938

carton 16, folder 31

Memphis, Tennessee to Tifton, Georgia June-July 1938

carton 16, folder 32

Enterprise, Alabama to Greenwood, Mississippi July-Aug. 1938

carton 16, folder 33

Hollendale, Mississippi to Taos, New Mexico Aug. 4-14, 1938

carton 16, folder 34

Miscellaneous 1939

carton 16, folder 35

Oregon and Washington 1939

carton 16, folder 36

Middle West 1940

carton 16, folder 37

Miscellaneous 1941

 

Taylor, Paul S. and Tom Vasey

carton 16, folder 38

California Farm Labor Jan. 1937

 

Trends in Agricultural Labor

carton 16, folder 39

Memo Aug. 7, 1937

 

Displacement of Tenant Farmers by Mechanization in Hall and Childress Counties, Texas

carton 16, folder 40

Field report 1937

carton 16, folder 41

Correspondence 1937-39

carton 16, folder 42

Related material 1937-39

 

Probable Labor Displacement of a Mechanical Cotton Picker

carton 16, folder 43

Preliminary report 1938

carton 17, folder 1

Problems of a Changing Population

carton 17, folder 2

Research on Interchange of Labor between Industry and Agriculture June 3, 1938

carton 17, folder 3

The Nation's Soil and Human Resources 1935-36

 

Farm Labor in the Mississippi and the Arkansas Deltas

carton 17, folder 4

Field report July 9, 1937

carton 17, folder 5

Cotton

 

United States 1933-38

carton 17, folder 6

Mississippi 1930-34

carton 17, folder 7

Miscellaneous 1936-56

 

Strikes

carton 17, folder 8

Clippings 1930s

carton 17, folder 9

Publications 1934-41

 

Florida Migration Study

carton 17, folder 10

Correspondence 1936-41

carton 17, folder 11

Field notes 1940

carton 17, folder 12

Interviews 1937

carton 17, folder 13

Reports 1930s

carton 17, folder 14-16

Related material 1938-45

 

Mechanization

carton 17, folder 17-18

Cotton 1937-40

carton 17, folder 19

Acreage Reduction Contract 1933-53

 

Cotton Picker

carton 17, folder 20

Correspondence 1930-43

carton 17, folder 21

Related material 1927-48

carton 17, folder 22

Clippings 1929-49

 

Corn Belt

carton 17, folder 23

Field Research in the Corn Belt July-Aug. 1940

carton 17, folder 24

Correspondence 1940-41

carton 17, folder 25

Miscellaneous 1933-39

carton 17, folder 26

Clippings 1932-56

carton 17, folder 27

Northern Great Plains 1924-41

carton 17, folder 28

West 1939

carton 17, folder 29

Attitudes 1939-40

 

Crops

carton 17, folder 30

Clippings 1928-56

carton 17, folder 31

Effects 1938-40

carton 17, folder 32

Tractors 1937-55

carton 17, folder 33-36

General 1922-62

carton 17, folder 37-38

Clippings 1922-50

 

Population

carton 18, folder 1

Depopulation of good land 1939-41

carton 18, folder 2

Disadvantaged 1938-42

carton 18, folder 3

Income undated

carton 18, folder 4

Levels of living 1933-41

carton 18, folder 5

Migration 1940-43

carton 18, folder 6

Migration to towns 1937-40

carton 18, folder 7-8

Policy 1932-42

carton 18, folder 9

United States 1937-44

carton 18, folder 10

Western States 1939

carton 18, folder 11

Miscellaneous 1937-60

carton 18, folder 12

Fertility 1930-40

carton 18, folder 13-14

Miscellaneous 1936-47

 

CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE (1940-1944), 1938-1944

 

Agricultural Policy

carton 18, folder 15

Attitudes 1938

carton 18, folder 16

Credit 1940

carton 18, folder 17-18

Family farm 1940, [1940s]

carton 18, folder 19

Public land 1942

 

Zoning

carton 18, folder 20

Clippings 1941

carton 18, folder 21

Notes 1938-42

carton 18, folder 22

Miscellaneous 1941

carton 18, folder 23

Publications 1939-44

 

OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR AND BUREAU OF RECLAMATION: CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT (1943-1952), 1839-1979

 

Correspondence

carton 18, folder 24

Allan, William W. 1944

carton 18, folder 25

Anderson, Clinton P., 1895-1975 1957-59

carton 18, folder 26

Anderson, Dewey, 1897- 1946-64

carton 18, folder 27

Atwater, Dr. H. Gale 1940-47

carton 18, folder 28

Ballis, George 1948-59

carton 18, folder 29

Barth, Alan 1954-65

carton 18, folder 30

Biemiller, Andrew 1960

carton 18, folder 31

Bjornson, Anga 1954-60

carton 18, folder 32

Boke, Richard L. 1946-52

carton 18, folder 33

Brown, Edmund G., 1905- 1959

carton 18, folder 34

Carey, Charles E. 1943-44

carton 18, folder 35

Chapman, Oscar Littleton, 1896- 1948

carton 18, folder 36

Clawson, Marion, 1905- 1943-45

carton 18, folder 37

Cohelan, Jeffrey 1959-60

carton 18, folder 38

Dancy, Oscar C. 1947-48

carton 18, folder 39

Dickinson, Philip P. 1947-52

carton 18, folder 40

Douglas, Helen Gahagan, 1900- 1945-59

carton 18, folder 41

Douglas, Paul Howard, 1892- 1957-62

carton 18, folder 42

Downey, Sheridan, 1884-1961 1944

carton 18, folder 43

Engle, Clair, 1911-1964 1945-59

carton 18, folder 44

Finney, Ruth, 1898- 1954-55

carton 18, folder 45

Fortas, Abe 1944-45

carton 18, folder 46

Gearhart, Bertrand 1944

carton 18, folder 47-48

Goldschmidt, Arthur, 1910- 1943-45

carton 18, folder 49

Goldschmidt, Walter Rochs, 1913- 1946-49

carton 18, folder 50

Haggerty, Cornelius J., 1894-1971 1944-60

carton 18, folder 51

Harrigan, B. A. 1928-35

carton 18, folder 52

Herring, Elizabeth 1953-59

carton 18, folder 53

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1911-1978 Dec. 6, 1960

carton 18, folder 54

Ickes, Harold L., 1874-1952 1948-51

carton 18, folder 55

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1908-1973 April 29, 1959

carton 18, folder 56

Kennedy, John F., 1917-1963 1959-60

carton 18, folder 57

Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 Dec. 17, 1960

carton 18, folder 58

La Follette, Robert Marion, 1895-1953 1942-46

carton 18, folder 59

Lucey, Robert E., 1891- 1954-55

carton 18, folder 60

Maass, Arthur 1951-60

carton 18, folder 61

McClatchy, James 1955

carton 18, folder 62

McDonald, Angus Henry, 1903- 1957-64

carton 18, folder 63

McDonald, Grace 1954

carton 18, folder 64

Miller, Arthur Lewis undated

carton 19, folder 1

Miller, George P., 1891- 1945-62

carton 19, folder 2

Morse, Wayne L., 1900-1974 1958-62

carton 19, folder 3

Moss, John E., 1913- 1954-56

carton 19, folder 4

Murray, James E. 1955

carton 19, folder 5

Nordholm, Alex 1953-54

carton 19, folder 6

Packard, Walter E., 1884-1966 1943-45

carton 19, folder 7

Patton, James G. 1960-64

carton 19, folder 8

Pearson, Drew, 1897-1969 1948, 1960

carton 19, folder 9

Pfost, Gracie 1954

carton 19, folder 10

Phillips, Hubert, 1891- 1955-56

carton 19, folder 11

Quinn, J. Blaine 1962-64

carton 19, folder 12

Rausenbush, Stephen, 1896- 1944

carton 19, folder 13

Roosevelt, James 1959-61

carton 19, folder 14

Seaton, Frederick A., 1909- 1956-60

carton 19, folder 15

Sehlmeyer, George 1944-55

carton 19, folder 16

Shelley, John Francis, 1905- 1950-54

carton 19, folder 17

Sisk, Bernie 1957-59

carton 19, folder 18

Sparkman, John, 1899-1985 1947-48

carton 19, folder 19

Spencer, G. H. 1957

carton 19, folder 20

Stilwell, Hart, 1902- 1947-48

carton 19, folder 21

Stong, Benton J. 1954-55

carton 19, folder 22

Straus, Michael W., 1897- 1944-60

carton 19, folder 23

Swett, Frank Tracy, 1869-1969 1945-48

carton 19, folder 24

Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972 1948

carton 19, folder 25

Ullman, Al M. C. 1959-60

carton 19, folder 26

Vizzard, James L. 1954-57

carton 19, folder 27-49

Outgoing letters 1942-64

 

Administration

 

Conferences:

carton 19, folder 50

Central Valley Project Conference March 3, 1945

carton 19, folder 51-52

California Water Conference Dec. 6-7, 1945

carton 19, folder 53-57

Central Valley Project Conference 1945-48

carton 19, folder 58

Reclamation, 1949-1950 Aug. 1, 1949

 

Conference of the Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder City, Nevada

carton 19, folder 59

Reclamation, 1950-51 July 24, 1951

 

West Programming Conference

 

Documents:

carton 20, folder 1

Agreement form sample regarding the state of California and local water districts for the delivery and receipt of water from the CVP April 1, 1935

carton 20, folder 2

Enforcement of Irrigation Law 1944

carton 20, folder 3-4

CVP maps 1944

carton 20, folder 5

Protective League 1944

carton 20, folder 6

Cost Repayment 1947-49

 

Development of the CVP:

carton 20, folder 7-9

A chronological account of official acts, 1945

Scope and Contents

investigations, statements, and documents regarding establishment and administration of the CVP as a federal reclamation project
carton 20, folder 10

Selected statements on water issues and the CVP 1945-51

carton 20, folder 11

Letter to Paul S. Taylor regarding the first CVP contract June 15, 1947

carton 20, folder 12

Map, River Districts of California 1948

carton 20, folder 13

Pamphlet, Department of the Interior 1949

carton 20, folder 14

Evolution of reclamation as a national policy and program 1949

carton 20, folder 15

Sheridan Downey and the Central Valley 1949-50

Scope and Contents

With special reference to the 160-acre water limitation and reclamation
carton 20, folder 16

Sheridan Downey and the Central Valley 1949-50

 

Part II: some contemporary comments

carton 20, folder 17

CVP Project data memo July 24, 1950

carton 20, folder 18

Memo to the Secretary of the Interior regarding staff reorganization May 6, 1953

carton 20, folder 19

Responsibility of the Secretary of the Interior under the Flood Control Act of 1944 for irrigation functions at dam and reservoir projects operated under the direction of the Secretary of the Army Nov. 1957

 

Reports:

carton 20, folder 20

Feasibility findings of the Central Valley Project 1935

carton 20, folder 21-22

Development of the Central Valley Project 1935-64

carton 20, folder 23

Recommendations to the California State Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission by the State Aerial Mapping Project Committee March 1945

carton 20, folder 24

Central Valley Project allocation report and letters of transmissal Dec. 3, 1946

carton 20, folder 25

Statement comparing the reports of the Department of the Interior and the Department of the Army on comprehensive plans for the Central Valley, California July 30, 1948

 

Farmers Home Administration

carton 20, folder 26

Annual report Aug. 25, 1950

 

Central Valley Project

carton 20, folder 27

Annual report 1952

 

Land ownership

carton 20, folder 28

Background study 1966

 

History

carton 20, folder 29

Letter from Frederick P. Tracy to his wife, Emily Jan. 14, 1839

carton 20, folder 30

Historical Highlights of the Central Valley Project 1850-1952

carton 20, folder 31

Report of the California State Agricultural Society 1856-85

carton 20, folder 32

California Legislature report of the joint committee on swamp and overflowed lands and land monopoly 1874

carton 20, folder 33

Debates and proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the state of California 1878-79

carton 20, folder 34

Written description of Article XVII, land and homestead exemption 1879

carton 20, folder 35

Third California Fruit Growers Convention Nov. 1883

carton 20, folder 36

Report of the special committee of the United States Senate on the irrigation and reclamation of arid lands 1889-90

carton 20, folder 37-38

National Irrigation Conferences 1891-1914

carton 20, folder 39

Address of Senator Francis G. Newlands of Nevada, co-author of National Reclamation Act of 1902 Oct. 1, 1905

carton 20, folder 40

Editorial from the Sacramento Bee Jan. 3, 1907

carton 20, folder 41

Editorial, "Situation on the Colorado River" Jan. 14, 1907

carton 20, folder 42

Excerpts of proceeding of the National Irrigation Congress 1910

carton 20, folder 43

Water Problems Before the Legislature 1927

carton 20, folder 44-51

History files and clippings in chronological order 1933-39

carton 20, folder 52-53

La Follette Committee 1939-43

carton 20, folder 54-56

History files and clippings (chronological) 1940-41

carton 21, folder 1-2

History files and clippings (chronological) 1942

 

Goodall, Merrill R.

carton 21, folder 3

Land and Power Administration of the Central Valley Project 1942

carton 21, folder 4-9

History files and clippings (chronological) 1943-44

carton 21, folder 10

Acreage Limitation and Excess Land Problems: the Central Valley Agricultural Land March 1944

carton 21, folder 11

Paul S. Taylor's notes on the history of the Central Valley Project 1945-55

carton 21, folder 12-26

History files and clippings (chronological) 1945-48

carton 22, folder 1-34

History files and clippings (chronological) 1949-78

 

Legislation

 

Legislation regarding state control of the CVP

carton 22, folder 35

Selected statements and news articles 1937-46

carton 22, folder 36

Legislative statements and selected articles 1937-46

carton 22, folder 37

California Legislature Assembly Bill #340: Jan. 10, 1951

 

An act to create the Kings River Conservation District

 

U.S. House of Representatives:

carton 22, folder 38

H.R. 4485: authorizing the construction of public works on rivers and harbors for flood control March 27, 1944

carton 22, folder 39

H.R. 4679: making appropriations for the Department of the Interior April 28, 1944

carton 23, folder 1

H.R. 3961: The Rivers and Harbors Bill, to authorize a post-war construction program May 23, 1944

carton 23, folder 2-4

Paul Taylor's notes, printed materials, selected statements, and clippings 1944

carton 23, folder 5

H.R. 1824: to provide for the creation of conservation authorities Jan. 29, 1945

carton 23, folder 6

H.R. 7915: to provide for the protection of the water users of Kings River, Calif. March 29, 1950

carton 23, folder 7

H.R. 4397: to provide for distribution systems on the CVP April 1, 1953

carton 23, folder 8

H.J.R. 330: to authorize funds for the Tri-Dam Project Jan. 6, 1954

carton 23, folder 9

H.R. 4721: excess land provisions in the Owl Creek Unit of the Missouri Basin Project July 12, 1954

carton 23, folder 10

H.R. 5301: providing federal cooperation in non-federal projects July 22, 1954

carton 23, folder 11

H.R. 101: relating to the administration of the Reclamation Project Act of 1939 Jan. 5, 1955

carton 23, folder 12

H.R. 103: to provide for construction on federal reclamation projects Jan. 5, 1955

carton 23, folder 13

H.R. 5881: to supplement the federal reclamation laws April 27, 1955

carton 23, folder 14

H.R. 8535: to amend the act of July 4, 1955, relating to the construction of irrigation systems Jan. 17, 1956

carton 23, folder 15

H.R. 10299: to supplement the federal reclamation laws March 1956

 

U.S. Senate:

carton 23, folder 16

S.B. 1948: to provide for the settlement of war veterans, war workers and others on the CVP May 23, 1944

carton 23, folder 17

S.B.395: to modify the application of the excess land and repayment provisions of federal reclamation laws to the CVP Jan. 25, 1945

carton 23, folder 18

S.B. 460: to establish the Columbia Valley Authority Feb. 5, 1945

carton 23, folder 19

S.B. 1645: to establish administration of the Columbia Valley Authority April 19, 1945

carton 23, folder 20

S.B. 1628: to provide for loans regarding water use on federal projects April 14, 1953

carton 23, folder 21

S.B. 3040: to provide financial assistance to the Oakdale and South San Joaquin Irrigation District, regarding the Tri-Dam Project March 1, 1954

carton 23, folder 22

S.B. 2442: Federal Cooperation in Non-Federal Projects July 11, 1955

carton 23, folder 23

S.B. 1106: to approve the California Water Resources Development Bond Act May 13, 1960

 

Projects

carton 23, folder 24

American River Division 1947-51

carton 23, folder 25

Auburn Dam Project 1959

carton 23, folder 26

Contra Costa Canal 1956

carton 23, folder 27

Delta Cross Channel 1948

carton 23, folder 28

Delta-Mendota Canal 1949

carton 23, folder 29

Feather River Project 1949-52

carton 23, folder 30

Folsom Reservoir Project 1944

carton 23, folder 31

Fresno Irrigation District Nov. 30, 1948

carton 23, folder 32

Friant-Kern Canal 1943-49

carton 23, folder 33

Imperial Valley Water District 1934-55

carton 23, folder 34-36

Ivanhoe Irrigation District 1949-59

 

Kern County

carton 23, folder 37

Survey of migratory labor problem March 1, 1941

carton 23, folder 38-39

Land Company and the CVP 1946-49

carton 23, folder 40

Land Company 1961

carton 23, folder 41

Water District 1961

carton 23, folder 42

Memo regarding excess lands 1961

carton 23, folder 43

Kings River Water District 1940-50

carton 23, folder 44

Pine Flat Water Contract 1944-59

carton 23, folder 45

Verbatim transcript of a public meeting called by the Bureau of Reclamation regarding the Kings River Project July 30, 1946

carton 23, folder 46

Technical memorandum of supporting data for report on cost allocation and repayment Oct. 10, 1946

carton 23, folder 47

Cost allocation and repayment report Oct. 10, 1946

carton 23, folder 48

Construction of the Pine Flat Dam 1946

 

Press Digest

carton 23, folder 49

Selected newsletters 1946-47

carton 23, folder 50

Documents 1947-55

carton 23, folder 51

Paul S. Taylor, Kings River and Tulare Lake Project June 1949

carton 23, folder 52

Water Rights Indenture and Administration Agreement June 1949

carton 23, folder 53

Water contracts and the irrigation districts of California 1949

carton 23, folder 54

Project Feud 1949

carton 23, folder 55

Conservation District Act 1949-51

carton 23, folder 56

Clippings 1949-51

carton 24, folder 1

Irrigation Districts of California 1949-51

carton 24, folder 2

Statements regarding water project 1949-51

carton 24, folder 3

Contracts 1950

carton 24, folder 4

Civil appropriations 1950

carton 24, folder 5-6

Payment for irrigation benefits of Pine Flat Reservoir 1950

carton 24, folder 7

Various statements regarding the North Fork Unit 1950-51

carton 24, folder 8-9

Clippings 1950-51

carton 24, folder 10-12

Integrating King's River Water Association and the CVP 1950-51

carton 24, folder 13

Conservation District (Creation of) 1951

carton 24, folder 14

President's Water Resources Policy Commission 1951

 

Irrigation District

carton 24, folder 15

Clippings 1951

carton 24, folder 16

North Fork Power Development 1952

 

Water Association

carton 24, folder 17

Research notes and clippings 1951-53

carton 24, folder 18

Water Project and the California State Grange 1951-55

carton 24, folder 19

Water Association 1952

carton 24, folder 20

Federal Power Commission 1952

carton 24, folder 21

Project Miscellaneous 1952-54

carton 24, folder 22

Water Association 1956

carton 24, folder 23

Pine Flat Dam and the Flood Control Act of 1944 Dec. 1958

carton 24, folder 24

Excess Land Law 1959-60

carton 24, folder 25

Proposed repayment contracts Dec. 1961

carton 24, folder 26

San Luis contract 1962

carton 24, folder 27-28

Contract negotiations between the U.S.government and Kings River water users 1963-64

carton 24, folder 29

Orland Project 1947-79

carton 24, folder 30

Sacramento Valley Canals 1951

carton 24, folder 31

San Joaquin Valley power and organized labor 1946

 

San Luis Water Project

carton 24, folder 32

Development 1949

carton 24, folder 33

Miscellaneous 1959-61

carton 24, folder 34

Shasta Dam Power Plant 1950

carton 24, folder 35

Solano County Project 1949

carton 24, folder 36

Table Mountain Dam 1945

carton 24, folder 37

Tracy dumping plant and switch yard 1951

carton 24, folder 38

Trinity River Project development 1955

 

Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District

carton 24, folder 39

Report Aug. 1949

 

Tule Lake

carton 24, folder 40

Outline for follow-up studies on Tule Lake homesteaders 1948

carton 24, folder 41

Yolo and Solano developments 1946

 

Related Projects

 

Arizona

carton 24, folder 42

Central Arizona Project Association 1949

 

California

carton 24, folder 43

Hetch Hetchy Reservoir 1953-56

 

Colorado

carton 24, folder 44

Colorado River Association 1948-57

 

Florida

 

Central Florida Project

carton 25, folder 1

Paul S. Taylor's notes 1950-51

carton 25, folder 2-3

Reports and statistical data 1930-41

carton 25, folder 4

Memos 1941-43

 

Idaho

carton 25, folder 5

Hell's Canyon Development Project 1953

 

Missouri

carton 25, folder 6

Missouri Valley Authority 1947

 

Washington

carton 25, folder 7

Columbia Basin Project undated

 

Subject Files

carton 25, folder 8

Army Corps of Engineers 1949-54

carton 25, folder 9

California Farm Bureau 1943-47

carton 25, folder 10

California State Grange 1944-65

carton 25, folder 11-12

Collection Washington 1944-49

carton 25, folder 13-15

National Science Foundation 1946

 

Organized labor and the CVP

carton 25, folder 16

Notes and correspondence 1943-49

carton 25, folder 17

Selected newsletters and articles 1943-49

 

Population Committee

 

Statistical Memorandums 1943-44

carton 25, folder 18-20

Nos. 1-6, series: Growth of Population; No. 7, series: Income

carton 25, folder 21

Minutes of meetings 1943-44

carton 25, folder 22

Organization and activities Oct. 24, 1944

carton 25, folder 23

Research materials 1943-44

 

Power

 

Sale of electric power

carton 25, folder 24

Congressional hearings 1946

carton 25, folder 25

Power policies for California 1947-50

 

Pacific coast power situation

carton 25, folder 26

Report of the Bureau of Reclamation and related printed material 1948

 

Power and the CVP

carton 25, folder 27

Policy statements 1948-49

 

CVP and Pacific Gas Electric, Shasta Dam

carton 25, folder 28-29

Statements and printed materials 1948-52

carton 25, folder 30

Hoover Commission Task Force on water and power 1954

carton 25, folder 31

Atomic energy 1956

carton 25, folder 32

Booneville Power Administration: undated

 

Conservation and the Columbia River

Scope and Contents

A Series of Lectures [annotated]
 

The Future of Hydroelectric Power

carton 25, folder 33

Report undated

carton 25, folder 34

Electric power situation in California undated

 

Project Studies

carton 26, folder 1

Bulletins #1 and #2 1942-43

carton 26, folder 2

Memos 1942-43

carton 26, folder 3

Minutes of committee meeting regarding Problem #24 Feb. 5-6, 1943

carton 26, folder 4

Report of legal sub-committee regarding Problem #10 Feb. 19, 1943

carton 26, folder 5

Tentative outline of Problem #15 May 13, 1943

carton 26, folder 6-7

Outlines and memos regarding Problem #19 Sept. 1943

carton 26, folder 8

Problems #8-#9 analysis by U.S. Department of the Interior Nov. 25, 1943

carton 26, folder 9

Meeting of leaders of Problems #8-#16 Dec. 8, 1943

carton 26, folder 10

Minutes of committee meeting regarding Dec. 31, 1943

 

Problem #14

carton 26, folder 11

Legislative and Administrative History of Acreage Limitations and Control of Speculation on Federal Lands Dec. 1943

carton 26, folder 12

Resolutions regarding the CVP 1943

carton 26, folder 13

Bibliographies 1943

carton 26, folder 14

Reclamation Projects regarding Problem #19 1943-44

Scope and Contents

Monthly Progress Reports
carton 26, folder 15

History and Administration 1943-44

carton 26, folder 16

Committee report regarding Problem #13 May 17, 1944

carton 26, folder 17

Memo regarding Problem #16 June 22, 1944

carton 26, folder 18

Committee report on Problem #22 June 26, 1944

carton 26, folder 19

Central Valley Project Studies Report on Problem #19: Acreage Limitation in the Central Valley Sept. 25, 1944

carton 26, folder 20

Committee draft for Problem #6 Feb. 1945

oversize-folder 8 C

Charts undated

 

State Control of the CVP

Carton 26, Folder 21

Selected news articles 1944

 

State purchase of the CVP

Carton 26, Folder 22

Selected news items 1944-45

Carton 26, Folder 23

Paul S. Taylor's notes 1945

Carton 26, Folder 24

Statements 1945

 

Boke, Richard L.

Carton 26, Folder 25

California's Water Problem Sept. 22, 1947

Scope and Contents

Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation
Carton 26, Folder 26

Report, Feasibility of state ownership and operation of the CVP of California Water Project Authority Oct. 1952

Carton 26, Folder 27

Memos, Department of the Interior 1952

Carton 26, Folder 28

Proposed state organization for administration of laws and policies pertaining to water in California Jan. 8, 1954

Carton 26, Folder 29

Selected newsletters 1954

 

Tennessee Valley Authority

Carton 26, Folder 30

TVA and the Supreme Court Oct. 1935

Carton 26, Folder 31

Labor Relations Policy 1946

Carton 26, Folder 32

Public power 1954

Carton 26, Folder 33

Unfolding Patterns 1944-47

 

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the CVP

carton 27, folder 1

Selected newsletters regarding the 160-acre limitation 1943

carton 27, folder 2

Central Valley study of the California Housing and Planning Association report on the progress of field work April 1944

 

Town meeting on the air

carton 27, folder 3

Elimination of the 160-acre limitation Aug. 10, 1944

Scope and Contents

Notes, statements, and transcripts
carton 27, folder 4

Taylor, Paul S., Should the government use its authority to break up large landholdings into family size farms? Aug. 10, 1944

 

Reclamation law and the CVP

carton 27, folder 5

Statements 1944

 

The 160-acre Limitation

carton 27, folder 6

Selected newsletters 1944-45

 

Federal legislation and the 160-acre limitation

carton 27, folder 7

Policy Statements 1946-47

carton 27, folder 8

Notes and policy statements on proposed federal legislation to eliminate acreage limitation on certain federal reclamation projects April 5, 1947

carton 27, folder 9

Statements and resolutions regarding a bill to exempt the CVP from acreage limitations of reclamation law 1947

carton 27, folder 10

Facts on the water rights question in the CVP March 11, 1948

Scope and Contents

A report compiled by the California Farm Bureau Federation
carton 27, folder 11

Statement of Commissioner of Reclamation, Michael W. Straus before the Publicity and Propaganda Sub-Committee June 14, 1948

carton 27, folder 12

Record of recent reclamation discussions regarding Straus-Boke Rider compiled by the Department of the Interior Aug. 1948

carton 27, folder 13

Recent reclamation discussions by the Department of the Interior Aug. 1948

carton 27, folder 14

Study of the 160-acre limitation July 29, 1949

Scope and Contents

Compiled by the California-Nevada Synod of the Presbyterian Church
carton 27, folder 15

Selected statements regarding the 160-acre limitation 1949

 

Land decisions regarding the 160-acre limitation

carton 27, folder 16

Paul S. Taylor notes and statements 1949-62

carton 27, folder 17

160-acre limit and the Gerlach Livestock Co. 1950

 

Straus-Boke Rider

carton 27, folder 18-22

Paul S. Taylor notes 1949-50

carton 27, folder 23

Clippings 1948

carton 27, folder 24

Statement of Richard L. Boke, delivered to members of the House Sub-committee on Publicity and Propaganda [1950]

carton 27, folder 25

Special committee on natural resources and the 160-acre limitation 1951

 

King's River Water Agreement

carton 27, folder 26

Paul S. Taylor notes March 15, 1952

carton 27, folder 27

National Reclamation Association Report of the Land Limitations Committee Nov. 16, 1956

carton 27, folder 28

Future of Federal Central Valley Reclamation Project Vitiation of 160-acre Limitation 1957-62

Scope and Contents

Report, notes, and selected statements
carton 27, folder 29

Lump-sum payment of construction charges as a device to escape acreage limitation under reclamation law 1957-64

carton 27, folder 30

Interest groups who back the 160-acre limitation 1959-77

carton 27, folder 31

The California Churches Council and the 160-acre limitation 1968-77

carton 27, folder 32

Report, A Farm Labor and Rural Economic 1971

 

Economic Program for California

carton 27, folder 33

The 160-acre limitation and urban planning 1972

 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

carton 27, folder 34

Public land policies March 14, 1946

carton 27, folder 35

National water resources policies May 29, 1944

 

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

carton 27, folder 36

VFW and the 160-acre limitation

 

Department of the Interior report regarding a work plan for post World War I, 1919 [1943]

carton 27, folder 37

Post-war Soldier Settlement

 

Legislative reports and statements 1944

carton 27, folder 38

Statements concerning legislation to extend to veterans preference to irrigated lands 1945

carton 27, folder 39

American Policy Platform of American Veterans 1946

carton 27, folder 40

Hermann, M. C., Quarter Master-Adjutant of the Department of California, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States 1946-51

carton 27, folder 41

Resolutions and statements adopted during VFW State Convention 1947

carton 27, folder 42

Government aids to land acquisition by war veterans selected reports regardingland development during World War II 1948

 

The veteran's stake in reclamation

carton 27, folder 43

Selected statements 1949-50

 

VFW and the 160-acre limit

carton 27, folder 44

Paul S. Taylor notes undated

 

Water Project Authority of California

carton 27, folder 45

Paul S. Taylor notes 1944-50

 

Water Resources Policy Commission

carton 27, folder 46

Selected statements and newsletters 1950

carton 27, folder 47

Work collection 1949-51

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGRICULTURAL LIFE AND LABOR (1950), 1940-1954

carton 28, folder 1

Collective bargaining ca.1940

 

Columbia Conserve Co.

 

Labor problems in public service

carton 28, folder 2

Selected printed materials 1949-54

carton 28, folder 3

Paul S. Taylor notes 1950

carton 28, folder 4

Collective bargaining 1950-51

carton 28, folder 5-6

Publications 1950-51

 

National Consumers League

carton 28, folder 7

Selected newsletters 1951-52

 

PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON MIGRATORY LABOR (1950-1951), 1930-1961

carton 28, folder 8

President's Commission on Migratory Labor 1950-52

carton 28, folder 9-10

Correspondence and memoranda 1950-52

carton 28, folder 11

Paul Taylor notes 1955-59

carton 28, folder 12

Reports 1951

carton 28, folder 13-14

Miscellaneous 1955-59

 

Migrant labor

carton 28, folder 15

Publications 1947-61

carton 28, folder 16

Migration 1945-49

carton 28, folder 17

Urban/rural undated

carton 28, folder 18

War 1942-48

carton 28, folder 19

Miscellaneous undated

carton 28, folder 20

Foreign 1930

carton 28, folder 21

Publications undated

carton 28, folder 22

Mexican labor 1943-60

carton 28, folder 23-24

Mexican farm labor 1947-49

carton 28, folder 25

Mexico 1950

carton 28, folder 26

Clippings 1950-51

 

Mexican-American

carton 28, folder 27

Clippings 1951

carton 28, folder 28

Progress report on migratory labor legislation May 1, 1961

 

EXPORT-IMPORT BANK, ARTIBONITE VALLEY, HAITI (1952), 1952-1955

carton 28, folder 29

Correspondence 1952-55

carton 28, folder 30

Miscellaneous 1952

 

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION (ICA), AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (AID), AND UNITED NATIONS (1954-1977), 1952-1977

 

International Cooperation Administration (ICA)

carton 28, folder 31

Correspondence 1955-56

carton 28, folder 32

Latin America 1954-56

carton 28, folder 33

India, Pakistan, and the Philippines 1955

 

Field notes

carton 28, folder 34-35

I II, India 1955

carton 28, folder 36

III, Pakistan and the Philippines 1955

carton 28, folder 37

IV, the Philippines and Hawaii 1955

carton 28, folder 38

Miscellaneous 1956-57

carton 28, folder 39

Photographic Notes Accompanying Report on Community Development Programs in India, Pakistan and the Philippines by a team of consultants 1955

carton 29, folder 1

India 1955

carton 29, folder 2

India and China 1956

 

India

carton 29, folder 3

Egypt 1952-56

carton 29, folder 4

India and Pakistan 1955-56

 

India

carton 29, folder 5

The Philippines 1955

carton 29, folder 6

Miscellaneous undated

oversize-folder 6 A

notes and photographs of Ishar Singh Gurew 1967

Carton 29, Folder 7-10

Correspondence and notes 1958-59

Carton 29, Folder 11

Paul S. Taylor itineraries and schedules 1958

Carton 29, Folder 12

Financial file 1958

 

Asia

 

Field notes

Carton 29, Folder 13

Indonesia, Nepal, India, Pakistan 1958

Carton 29, Folder 14

Vietnam, Indonesia, Nepal, Rangoon 1958

Carton 29, Folder 15-18

India 1958-60

 

Japan

Carton 29, Folder 19

Field notes 1958

Carton 29, Folder 20-21

Miscellaneous 1956, 1958

 

Korea

Carton 29, Folder 22

Field notes 1958

Carton 29, Folder 23-24

Pakistan 1958

 

Vietnam

folder 25

Field notes 1958

folder 26

Miscellaneous 1958

folder 27

Final Report 1958

folder 28-29

Miscellaneous 1957-58

Carton 29, Folder 30

Miscellaneous 1956

Carton 29, Folder 31

Field notes 1958-59

Carton 29, Folder 32

Miscellaneous notes 1958

 

Cuba

Carton 29, Folder 33

Correspondence 1959

Carton 29, Folder 34

Land Reform Club July 1959

Carton 29, Folder 35

Field notes Aug.-Sept. 1959

Carton 29, Folder 36

Miscellaneous Sept. 1959

oversize-box 1, folder 8

Newspapers 1959

carton 29, folder 37

Field notes, miscellaneous 1960, undated

carton 29, folder 38

Ecuador 1959-61

carton 29, folder 39

Columbia 1961

carton 29, folder 40

Land reform program (A.I.D.) 1961

carton 29, folder 41-42

Field notes 1961

carton 29, folder 43

Community Development 1961-63

carton 29, folder 44

Inter-regional Conference on Community Development, Seoul, Korea May 6-12, 1961

 

Agency for International Development (AID)

carton 30, folder 1

U.S. Agency for International Development 1962-71

carton 30, folder 2-3

Correspondence 1962-63

carton 30, folder 4

Report, Community development as a tool of the Agency for International Development [1962?]

 

Iran

carton 30, folder 5

Meetings 1963

 

Field notes

carton 30, folder 6

New York, Rome, Iran Nov.-Dec. 1963

carton 30, folder 7

Egypt, Iran, London 1963

carton 30, folder 8

Iran, Western Europe 1963

carton 30, folder 9

Egypt, miscellaneous 1962-63

carton 30, folder 10

Sudan Jan. 18-26, 1963

carton 30, folder 11-12

Notes, reports 1963

carton 30, folder 13-14

Paul S. Taylor report to the government of Iran July 1963

carton 30, folder 15-16

Miscellaneous 1963

carton 30, folder 17

American universities field staff reports 1963

carton 30, folder 18

Community Development Program 1959

carton 30, folder 19-20

Lectures and notes 1957-64

carton 30, folder 21

Correspondence 1968

carton 30, folder 22

Training program 1968

carton 30, folder 23

Miscellaneous 1968

carton 30, folder 24

Panama report 1968

carton 30, folder 25

Addresses 1968

carton 30, folder 26

Training program 1969

carton 30, folder 27

Miscellaneous 1969

carton 30, folder 28

Nepal 1969-70

carton 30, folder 29

Agrarian reform and community development 1971

carton 30, folder 30

Evaluation 1972

carton 30, folder 31-34

Related material 1952-68, 1970s

carton 30, folder 35

Minority groups and intergroup relationships in the San Francisco Bay Area, compiled for A.I.D. by the Oakland Interagency Project May 1963

carton 30, folder 36

Asia Foundation Newsletters 1966

carton 30, folder 37

Questionnaires 1968

carton 30, folder 38

Hamlet Survey 1968

carton 30, folder 39

Final report regarding decentralization 1968

carton 30, folder 40

Third World farmers 1972

 

Community development

carton 30, folder 41

California 1975

carton 30, folder 42

Miscellaneous 1977

carton 30, folder 43

Scotland undated

 

United Nations

carton 31, folder 1

General information 1960

carton 31, folder 2

Land reform and community development 1960

 

Brazil (A.I.D.)

carton 31, folder 3

Final report 1965

 

Ecuador and Venezuela

carton 31, folder 4

Correspondence 1960

carton 31, folder 5-6

Field notes 1960

carton 31, folder 7

Report: Two Case Studies 1960

 

Iran

carton 31, folder 8

Correspondence 1963

carton 31, folder 9-10

Miscellaneous 1963

carton 31, folder 11

Related material 1963

 

Arab-Israeli conflict

carton 31, folder 12

Notes by Elias Tuma 1972-74

 

Vietnam

carton 31, folder 13

Report May 1968

carton 31, folder 14

Correspondence 1970-72

carton 31, folder 15

Field notes and correspondence 1967

carton 31, folder 16

Study 1970

carton 31, folder 17

Publications 1968-71

carton 31, folder 18

Clippings 1969-72

 

Land reform

carton 31, folder 19

Related material 1967-72

carton 31, folder 20

Research materials

 

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (1956-1962), 1963-1964

 

Western Resources Information Committee

carton 31, folder 21

Newsletter Jan. 1, 1963

 

Agricultural Development Council, Inc.

carton 31, folder 22

Selected newsletters 1964

 

THE SIERRA CLUB (1969-1976), 1967-1978

carton 31, folder 23

Correspondence 1967-76

carton 31, folder 24-25

Reports and printed materials 1970-78

 

Conservation organizations

carton 31, folder 26

Correspondence, newsletters, clippings 1969-74

carton 31, folder 27

Clippings 1970-78

 

CALIFORNIA LABOR FEDERATION: AFL-CIO (1970-1971), 1960-1974

carton 31, folder 28

Correspondence 1967-73

carton 31, folder 29

Memos between Paul S. Taylor and John F. Henning, Executive Secretary-Treasurer 1971-73

 

Common Cause

carton 31, folder 30

Correspondence, newsletters 1971-74

carton 31, folder 31

Statement to Senate Local Government Committee Dec. 16-18, 1970

 

Drafts and notes regarding S.B. 1373

carton 31, folder 32

Notes 1970-72

carton 31, folder 33

Commentary: who will watch the watch-dog of Congress? by Paul S. Taylor March 18, 1970

carton 31, folder 34-35

Statement to Senate Local Committee

 

Research materials 1970

carton 31, folder 36

Office of economic opportunity 1965-70

 

Constitution

carton 31, folder 37

Selected newsletters 1968-70

 

Tax reform in California

carton 31, folder 38

Selected statements and printed materials 1969-71

carton 31, folder 39

Policy statement regarding natural resources Aug. 1970

 

Labor in California

carton 32, folder 1-3

Printed materials and clippings 1969-72

carton 32, folder 4

AFL-CIO Regional Conference on national health insurance, state and local taxes, unemployment compensation, and workmen's compensation Dec. 11-12, 1970

carton 32, folder 5

Regional Commissioners' Environmental Manpower Administrative Teach-in Dec. 16-18, 1970

carton 32, folder 6

Policy statements and reports adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council 1970

carton 32, folder 7

Legislative proposals concerning California consumers 1970-71

 

Impact of federal programs to improve the living conditions of migrant and other seasonal workers

carton 32, folder 8

Report and related materials 1973

 

California Farm Labor

carton 32, folder 9

Selected reports and statements 1960-70

 

Statement to U.S. Senate subcommittee on migratory labor by John F. Henning

carton 32, folder 10

Drafts, notes, final print copy Jan. 11, 1972

carton 32, folder 11

Printed materials 1971

 

California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO

carton 32, folder 12

Printed materials regarding the economic opportunity act and rural cooperatives 1971

carton 32, folder 13

American Federation of Labor 1969-70

 

The American Federationist

carton 32, folder 14

Clippings 1970-73

 

NATIONAL COALITION OF LAND REFORM (1972), 1926-1981

carton 32, folder 15

Correspondence 1971-72

carton 32, folder 16

Printed materials 1972-75

carton 32, folder 17

Clippings 1972-75

 

Excess lands policy

carton 32, folder 18

Reclamation Extension Act 1926

carton 32, folder 19

Joint legislative committee report on open space lands of the California Legislature Aug. 1969

 

Open Space Land Commission

carton 32, folder 20-21

Selected statements and printed materials 1970-78

carton 32, folder 22

California's Open Space Land Program Jan. 7, 1971

Scope and Contents

Compiled by Senator George E. Danielson
carton 32, folder 23

California Land Conservation Act of 1965: landowner participation and estimated taxshifts Sept. 1971

carton 32, folder 24

Ralph Nader task force report on land use in the state of California 1971

 

Land reform

carton 32, folder 25

California 1972

carton 32, folder 26

Foreign 1972

carton 32, folder 27

Venezuela 1972

carton 32, folder 28

Clippings 1972

carton 32, folder 29

Publications 1972

 

Agribusiness Accountability Project

carton 32, folder 30

Selected reports and statements 1972

carton 32, folder 31

Land use planning 1974

 

Land use and flood control

carton 32, folder 32

Paul S. Taylor notes and clippings 1975-77

 

Nation Coalition for Land Reform

carton 32, folder 33

Printed materials regarding the Northern California Land Trust 1976-78

carton 32, folder 34

Preserving agricultural land: issues and policy alternatives July 1981

 

FRIENDS OF THE EARTH (1973), 1970-1976

 

State of California, Environmental Quality Study Council

carton 33, folder 1

Progress report and related materials 1970-73

carton 33, folder 2

Correspondence 1971-73

carton 33, folder 3

Report, Congress should reevaluate the 160-acre limitation on land eligible to receive water from federal water resources projects Nov. 30, 1972

carton 33, folder 4

Paul S. Taylor statement on acreage limitation representing Friends of the Earth Jan. 11, 1973

carton 33, folder 5

First national conference on land reforms, San Francisco, Calif. April 25-28, 1973

carton 33, folder 6

Policy workshop on water, development and environmental issues May 3-4, 1973

carton 33, folder 7

Report, Current problems involving federal reclamation projects Oct. 1975

carton 33, folder 8

Bureau of Reclamation's Procedures and Practices for Computing Authorized Cost Ceilings and Project Cost Estimates Need Improvement Nov. 17, 1975

carton 33, folder 9

Appraisal Procedures and Solutions to Problems Involving the 160-acre Limitation Provision of Reclamation Law June 3, 1976

 

Irrigated farm statistics

carton 33, folder 10

Notes and selected print materials 1976

 

NATIONAL LAND FOR PEOPLE (1975), 1972-1979

carton 33, folder 11

Correspondence 1972-73

carton 33, folder 12

Miscellaneous correspondence 1976-79

carton 33, folder 13

Reports 1975-79

carton 33, folder 14

Legal cases 1976

carton 33, folder 15

Press packets 1975

carton 33, folder 16

Press releases 1975-79

carton 33, folder 17-18

Newsletters 1975-79

carton 33, folder 19

Clippings 1975-78

 

SERIES 4: PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND AFFILIATIONS, 1924-1980.

Scope and Contents

Divided into sub-series by name of agency, committee, or organization. Most appointments lasted several years, and include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, reference and research materials, clippings, and notes. Materials within each appointment are arranged hierarchically, with correspondence followed by Dr. Taylor's notes, and then print materials. A final sub-series: "Publications, " arranged by title, includes studies, newsletters, and articles which support Taylor's continued interest in these affiliations.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.
 

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL, 1941-1943

carton 33, folder 20

Correspondence and Minutes 1941-42

carton 33, folder 21-22

Related materials 1941-42

carton 33, folder 23-25

Employment 1942-43

 

Statistics [Board of Agriculture?]

 

CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE, 1940-1944

carton 33, folder 26

Correspondence 1940-44

carton 33, folder 27-28

Notes 1940-44

carton 33, folder 29

Japanese Americans 1942-44

carton 33, folder 30

Agenda Dec. 20, 1943

carton 33, folder 31-33

Trends 1941

carton 33, folder 34

Clippings 1940-44

 

CALIFORNIA STATE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, FARM LABOR STATISTICS COMMITTEE, 1937-1940

carton 33, folder 35-36

Reports 1937-40

 

Migrant Subcommittee on Fact Finding

carton 33, folder 37

Minutes 1939

carton 33, folder 38

Correspondence 1939

carton 33, folder 39

Speeches and Addresses 1938-40

carton 33, folder 40

Report, Migrants: A National Problem and Its Impact on California May 1940

 

COMMITTEE ON AMERICAN PRINCIPLES AND FAIR PLAY, 1930-1957

 

Working files

carton 34, folder 1

General 1943-45

carton 34, folder 2-3

Correspondence 1942-51

carton 34, folder 4

Field Notes 1942-44

carton 34, folder 5

Minutes 1943-45

carton 34, folder 6

Exhibits 1943

carton 34, folder 7

Miscellaneous 1942-49

 

Subject Files

carton 34, folder 8

American Council on Race Relations 1947

 

American Legion, Hood River Post #22 undated

carton 34, folder 9

A Statement on the Japanese

carton 34, folder 10

Auburn, Calif. 1945

carton 34, folder 11

Clippings regarding Japanese House fire and dynamiting 1945

 

California State Federation of Labor

carton 34, folder 12

Statement, Importation of Japanese Farm Workers April 23, 1957

carton 34, folder 13

Growers' Association 1942-43

 

Kenny, Robert W.

carton 34, folder 14

Speech, Sheriff's Meeting, Sacramento March 16, 1945

carton 34, folder 15

Nisei in Uniform 1943

carton 34, folder 16

Nisei in the War against Japan April 1945

 

Poli, Adon and Warren M. Engstrand

carton 34, folder 17

Japanese Agriculture on the Pacific coast 1945

carton 34, folder 18

Quota or Exclusion for Japanese Immigrants 1932

 

Radin, Paul

carton 34, folder 19-20

Folktales of Japan as Told in California and Japanese Ceremonies and Festivals in California 1946

carton 34, folder 21

The Square Deal in the Pacific ca. 1930

 

USDA

carton 34, folder 22

Japanese farm holdings on the Pacific Coast 1944

carton 34, folder 23

Memo, Evacuation of Enemy Aliens from vital defense areas Feb. 11, 1942

carton 34, folder 24

Reports 1944

 

WRA

carton 34, folder 25

Community Analysis Notes, #15 July 18, 1945

carton 34, folder 26-28

Community Analysis Reports, 11, 13-14 1945

carton 34, folder 29-30

Project Analysis Series, 22-23 1945

carton 34, folder 31

Trends in the Relocation Centers: III 1945

carton 34, folder 32

Housing Situation on West Coast 1945

carton 34, folder 33

People in Motion: the Postwar Adjustment of the Evacuated Japanese Americans undated

carton 34, folder 34-36

Pamphlets and brochures 1940-42

carton 34, folder 37

Soldiers 1942-44

carton 34, folder 38

Miscellaneous 1940-44

carton 34, folder 39

Newspaper articles and editorials regarding return of Japanese Americans to the West Coast 1945

carton 34, folder 40-46

Clippings and related material 1942-45, 1949

 

COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF CALIFORNIA, 1940-1949

carton 34, folder 47-49

Section on Agriculture, Minutes 1940-45

carton 34, folder 50

Other Sections 1942-49

 

COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL ACTION, 1947-1951

 

Agricultural Relations Committee 1947-49

carton 34, folder 51

Meeting minutes

 

Agricultural Relations Secretary 1947-49

carton 34, folder 52

Correspondence

carton 34, folder 53-54

Monthly reports, reports, statements, and miscellaneous 1947-50

carton 34, folder 55

Study monographs 1949-50

carton 34, folder 56

Christian Agriculture : A Monthly Letter of Personal Comment 1949-51

carton 35, folder 1

Congregational Christian Churches 1949-50

 

Together, Christian Community

carton 35, folder 2

Miscellaneous publications 1948-51

carton 35, folder 3

Related Publications 1948-50

 

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON THE CONSERVATION AND UTILIZATION OF RESOURCES, 1948

carton 35, folder 4-5

Correspondence and printed materials 1948

 

NATIONAL CITIZENS COUNCIL FOR MIGRANT LABOR, 1946-1949

carton 35, folder 6-7

Correspondence 1946-49

 

NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE, 1950-1973

carton 35, folder 8

Correspondence 1952-64

carton 35, folder 9

Miscellaneous 1953-70

carton 35, folder 10

Bulletins 1950-73

carton 35, folder 11

Reports from Washington 1952-53

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGRICULTURAL LIFE AND LABOR, 1940-1980

 

Working files

carton 35, folder 12

Correspondence 1950-66

carton 35, folder 13

Conferences 1953-55

carton 35, folder 14

Memos and form letters 1953-64

carton 35, folder 15-17

Board of Directors 1950s, 1964-65

carton 35, folder 18

Research Project: Education of Migrant Children 1952-53

carton 35, folder 19-22

Bulletins; actioNCALL 1950-64; 1964-66

 

Related Organizations

carton 35, folder 23

American Council of Spanish-Speaking People 1951-52

carton 35, folder 24

American Friends Service Committee 1954-66

 

American G.I. Forum [Austin, Texas]

carton 35, folder 25

News Bulletin 1952-56

carton 35, folder 26

California Center for Community Development 1966

carton 35, folder 27-28

California Church Council 1968-76

 

Legislative News ALERT

carton 35, folder 29

California Citizens Committee for Agricultural Labor 1959-64

 

Newsletters

carton 35, folder 30-32

California Farm Research and Legislative Committee 1941-66

Scope and Contents

[also known as California Farmer-Consumer Information Committee]
carton 35, folder 33-37

California Farm Reporter 1944-62, 1964-70

carton 35, folder 38

Facts for Farmers 1946-49

carton 35, folder 39

California Rural Legal Assistance 1970-71

carton 35, folder 40

Children in a Democracy 1940

carton 36, folder 1

Farm Credit Administration 1941

carton 36, folder 2

Friends Committee on Legislation Newsletters 1972-80

carton 36, folder 3

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund 1975

 

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON FARM LABOR, 1959-1967

carton 36, folder 4

Correspondence and memoranda 1960-67

carton 36, folder 5-6

Information Letters 1959-67

 

Nos. 1-6, 11-17, 20-24, 26-27, 29-33.

carton 36, folder 7

Statements 1959

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, 1937-1979

carton 36, folder 8

National Catholic Rural Life Conference 1941-56

carton 36, folder 9

National Child Labor Committee 1941-76

carton 36, folder 10

Colorado 1950-51

carton 36, folder 11

National Committee on the Education of Migrant Children 1946-78

 

Home Missions Council of North America, Inc.

carton 36, folder 12

Correspondence with Velma Shotwell 1949-50

carton 36, folder 13-15

Printed material; Western Harvest 1937-49; 1950-54

carton 36, folder 16

Clippings 1951-58

 

California Migrant Ministry

carton 36, folder 17

The California Harvester 1960-66

carton 36, folder 18

The Harvester Newletter 1963

carton 36, folder 19

CMM Newsletter 1968-70

carton 36, folder 20-24

National Farm Worker Ministry 1971-79

carton 36, folder 25

NFWM Newsletter 1973-79

carton 36, folder 26

Northern California Working Group 1975-76

 

NATIONAL SHARECROPPERS FUND, 1940-1978

carton 36, folder 27-28

Form letters, reports 1941-75

carton 36, folder 29

Rural Advancement Fund 1969-78

carton 36, folder 30

Inter American Press 1940-41

carton 36, folder 31

Miscellaneous 1960-72

 

SOUTHWEST COUNCIL ON EDUCATION OF SPANISH SPEAKING PEOPLE, 1949-1966

carton 36, folder 32

Correspondence and related publications 1950-52

carton 36, folder 33

Related publications 1949-51

carton 36, folder 34

U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Migratory Labor 1961-66

 

VISTA, 1967

carton 36, folder 35

Printed material 1967

 

PUBLICATIONS, 1910-1980

carton 36, folder 36

Agriculture of the American Indians: A Classified List June 1933

carton 36, folder 37

Association Management of Camps for Migratory Farm Workers July 1947

carton 36, folder 38

Bank of America Business Review 1933-34

carton 36, folder 39

Camp Operations Bulletin Feb. 1946

carton 36, folder 40

The Collapse of Cotton Tenancy 1935

carton 36, folder 41

Composition and Characteristics of the Agricultural Population in California June 1939

carton 36, folder 42

Decasualization of Seasonal Farm Labor Jan. 1968

carton 37, folder 1

Economic, Social, and Demographic Characteristics of Spanish-American Wage Workers on U.S. Farms March 1963

carton 37, folder 2-3

Farm Labor 1963-66

 

Citizens for Farm Labor (Berkeley, Calif.)

carton 37, folder 4

Farm Labor Newsletter 1953

 

Committee of Citizens (San Francisco, Calif.)

carton 37, folder 5

Hacia un Mexico Nuevo: Problems Sociales by Manuel Gamio 1935

carton 37, folder 6

A History of California Labor Legislation , vol. 2 by Lucille Eaves 1910

carton 37, folder 7

Journal of Inter-American Foundation 1979-80

carton 37, folder 8

Labor Management for Seasonal Farm Workers: A Case Study March 1974

 

Mexican labor

carton 37, folder 9

Articles by Robert C. Jones 1942-49

carton 37, folder 10

Mexico and the Fascist Menace by Alejandro Carrillo 1940

carton 37, folder 11

Migrant Families , WPA 1938

carton 37, folder 12

Migrants: New Standards of International Practice 1930

carton 37, folder 13

No Harvest for the Reaper , NAACP [1960?]

carton 37, folder 14

Notes on the Culture of the Laguna Zone by Isabel Kelly Dec. 1954

carton 37, folder 15

Nutrition and Certain Related Factors of Spanish-Americans in Northern Colorado 1943

carton 37, folder 16

Preliminary Survey of Major Areas Requiring Outside Agricultural Labor Sept. 1947

carton 37, folder 17

Revista Mexicana de Sociologia , Vol. 8, no. 1 1946

carton 37, folder 18

The Shaping of California's Industrial Pattern 1956

carton 37, folder 19

A Study in Central Valley of California on Effects of Scale of Farm Operations 1946

carton 37, folder 20

A Study of 6655 Migrant Households in California 1938

carton 37, folder 21

Survey Graphic April 1936

carton 37, folder 22

The Texas Spectator , vol. 2, nos. 35-36 1947

carton 37, folder 23

Tres Etapas de Nuestra Politica de Migracion July 1935

carton 37, folder 24

Tulare County Board of Trade Bulletin 1924-30

carton 37, folder 25

Types of Farming in California Analyzed by Enterprises Sept. 1941

 

SERIES 5: GENERAL RESEARCH FILES, 1660-1983 (bulk 1900s-1983).

Physical Description: Cartons 38-84; boxes 20-21; oversize v. 1-2; oversize folders 2-3, 7-8

Scope and Contents

Water and Land Policy is further divided into two sub-series: Subject Files and People Files. Subject Files (arranged alphabetically) include significant information on many major topics, as well as documentation of subjects on the periphery of land and water issues, particularly as they relate to California. Major subjects included are California, History of Water Campaigns, Legislation (both U.S. and California), 160 Acre Irrigation Limitation, Excess Land Laws, Power, and Projects. People Files (arranged alphabetically) include clippings, print materials, and correspondence when noted; within each subject or people file, materials are arranged hierarchically, beginning with correspondence, followed by Paul Taylor's notes, and then print materials.
Oakland Federal Writer's Project consists of bibliographies and articles collected as background information by Taylor to support his teaching. Articles included in Subject Files are arranged alphabetically by title, and accompanied by citations relating to agricultural labor and related topics as gathered by Dr. Taylor. The citations form part of the card files included in the sub-series, Miscellaneous, which has been further divided into six sub-subseries: Research Notes and Ideas, Card Files, Maps, Newsletters, Scrapbooks, and Clippings. A wealth of research data, presented in various formats, consists of material collected by Taylor and his students. One noted section of the Card Files are projects Taylor assigned to his students in 1945-1947, which include newspaper and periodical citations on many agricultural topics focusing on California history and issues. Maps collected, and sometimes annotated, by Taylor reflect his interest in California migrant labor in the 1930s, as well as international travel related to agricultural issues in the 1960s. Newsletters and Scrapbooks are dedicated to various labor issues of the 1930s and 1940s, while Clippings include a chronological category illustrating the history of agricultural labor and sociological trends in the agricultural community, followed (alphabetically) by major subjects, including Agricultural Labor, Central Valley Project, and Water Policy in California.

Arrangement

Divided into four sub-series: Agriculture and Labor, Water and Land Policy, Oakland Federal Writer's Project, and Miscellaneous. Agriculture and Labor is further divided into seven sub-subseries: Agribusiness and Corporate Agriculture, Subject Files, Area Files, Labor Unions, Farmer and Grower Organizations, Miscellaneous Publications, and Notes and Excerpts from Newspapers and Documents.
 

AGRICULTURAL LABOR, 1660-1983 (bulk 1910-1983)

 

Agribusiness and Corporate Agriculture, 1964-1978

 

Farm corporations and government subsidies

carton 38, folder 1

Clippings 1964

 

Agribusiness and the family farm

carton 38, folder 2

Notes and related clippings 1970-77

carton 38, folder 3

Agribusiness and federal legislation 1970-77

carton 38, folder 4

Legislation to restrict agricultural corporations 1971

 

Research into the effects of corporate farming on the quality of rural life

carton 38, folder 5

Statement by Walter Goldschmidt March 1, 1972

 

Barnes, Peter and Larry Casalino

carton 38, folder 6

Who Owns the Land? A Primer on Land Reform in the U.S.A. [1972]

 

Corporate structure of the Imperial Valley

carton 38, folder 7

Reports and clippings 1972-78

carton 38, folder 8

Conference, Agribusiness in the Golden State Nov. 1974

 

Corporate farms and the federal tax system

carton 38, folder 9

Report and clippings 1975

 

Berry, Wendell

carton 38, folder 10

The Culture of Agriculture 1975

 

Essay and related clippings

 

Large-scale farming in the United States

carton 38, folder 11

Selected bibliographies, reports, and statements [1975]

 

Subject Files, 1815-1983 (bulk 1920-1983)

 

Agricultural History

carton 38, folder 12

Agrarian reform 1955-72

carton 38, folder 13

Agricultural economics 1932

 

Asian labor

carton 38, folder 14

T. Presba notes undated

carton 38, folder 15

Colonial 1938

 

Colonial homesteading

carton 38, folder 16

Notes by Paul S. Taylor undated

 

Cooperatives and corporate legislation

carton 38, folder 17

Clippings 1977

 

Native American

carton 38, folder 18

T. Presba notes undated

carton 38, folder 19-20

Plantation 1941

carton 38, folder 21

Population 1935-64

carton 38, folder 22

Patterns 1934-35

carton 38, folder 23-24

Publications 1938-58

carton 38, folder 25

Sources 1941-50

carton 38, folder 26

Notes 1940

carton 38, folder 27

American Labor History 1962

 

Agricultural Labor

 

History

carton 38, folder 28-29

Documents 1815-52

 

Simon J. Lubin Society of California

carton 38, folder 30

Farm Tenancy Report [1937]

 

History

carton 38, folder 31

Bibliographies 1958

 

Small farms and the share cropper system

carton 38, folder 32

Paul S. Taylor notes and research materials 1969-76

 

Federal reclamation reform and family farms

carton 38, folder 33

Research materials 1971-79

 

Agricultural labor and the family farm

carton 38, folder 34-35

Selected reports and statements 1972-79

 

Small Farm Project, University of Calif., Davis

carton 38, folder 36

Newsletters 1973

carton 38, folder 37

Symposium on Agriculture in the History of the Far West, Univ. of Calif., Davis June 19-21, 1974

carton 38, folder 38

Conference, Obstacles to Strengthening the Family Farm System: Competition for Land Oct. 28, 1977

 

Le Veen, Philip E.

carton 38, folder 39

Public Policy and the Future of the Family Farm 1975

carton 38, folder 40

Farm Bureau Policies, 1977 Dec. 1976

 

Compiled by the California Farm Bureau Federation

 

Sternberg, Marvin [Giannini Foundation]

carton 38, folder 41

Public Support Systems for the Small Farm Nov. 1977

 

Marshall, Ray and Allen Thompson

carton 38, folder 42

Status and Prospects of Small Farmers in the South 1977

 

Preserving land for the small farm

carton 39, folder 1

Clippings 1977-78

carton 39, folder 2

Dept. of Agricuture clippings regarding sociology and the family farm 1977-80

 

Future of small farms in California

carton 39, folder 3-4

Research materials 1979-81

carton 39, folder 5

Clippings 1979-81

 

Women's labor on the farm

carton 39, folder 6

Selected clippings and newsletters 1982-83

carton 39, folder 7-8

Miscellaneous 1936-48, 1950s

 

Agricultural labor market

carton 39, folder 9

Notes undated

carton 39, folder 10

Agricultural legislation 1940-71

carton 39, folder 11

Amana Community 1921-48

 

Includes photos

carton 39, folder 12

Bibliographies 1939-41

 

Braceros politics

carton 39, folder 13

Correspondence 1942-65

carton 39, folder 14-15

Miscellaneous 1942-61, 1965

carton 39, folder 16

Emergency Committee to Aid Farm Workers, Inc. 1963

carton 39, folder 17

Los Braceros 1946

carton 39, folder 18

After the Bracero (report) Oct. 1964

carton 39, folder 19

Los Braceros Mexicanos en Wisconsin 1950

carton 39, folder 20

The Role of the Bracero in the Economic and Cultural Dynamics of Mexico 1959

carton 39, folder 21

Related publications 1960-64

carton 39, folder 22

Miscellaneous 1942-52

carton 39, folder 23-28

Clippings 1961-69

carton 39, folder 29

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 1938-46

carton 39, folder 30

California agricultural history 1942

carton 39, folder 31-32

California history 1946

carton 40, folder 1

Child labor 1965

carton 40, folder 2

Conservation 1966-67

 

Cooperatives

carton 40, folder 3

Farms 1939

carton 40, folder 4

Agricultural 1935-77

carton 40, folder 5

Foreign 1938-60

carton 40, folder 6

Miscellaneous 1969-74

carton 40, folder 7

Rural Farmers Coop 1975-78

carton 40, folder 8

Miscellaneous 1942-61

carton 40, folder 9

Publications 1940-48

carton 40, folder 10

Notes undated

carton 40, folder 11

Clippings 1940-48

 

Cotton

carton 40, folder 12

California 1937

carton 40, folder 13

South 1948-51

carton 40, folder 14

Crime and delinquency 1949

 

Disadvantaged classes in American Agriculture

carton 40, folder 15

Social Research Report no. 8 April 1938

 

Ecology and the Environment

 

Oil and gas conservation in California

carton 40, folder 16

Research materials 1953-54

carton 40, folder 17

Water resources and the environment 1970-71

carton 40, folder 18

Rural development and environmental law 1972-73

carton 40, folder 19

Economics of agriculture 1947-69

 

Education

carton 40, folder 20

Adult 1950

carton 40, folder 21-23

Migrant children 1939-62

carton 40, folder 24

Miscellaneous 1958

carton 40, folder 25

Employment 1956-70

carton 40, folder 26

Families 1953

carton 40, folder 27

Kentucky 1946-53

carton 40, folder 28

Family farm undated

carton 40, folder 29

Farmers, small 1954-59

carton 40, folder 30

Farm labor camp program 1947

carton 40, folder 31

Clippings 1947

carton 40, folder 32

Farm labor camps 1948-50

carton 40, folder 33

Farm labor supply centers 1946-48

carton 40, folder 34

Farm labor and Farm Security Administration April 1943

carton 40, folder 35

Farm management 1937-42

carton 40, folder 36

Farm placement service 1948

carton 41, folder 1-2

Farm Security Administration 1933-44

carton 41, folder 3

Architecture (reprints) 1941

carton 41, folder 4

Publications 1939-41

carton 41, folder 5

Reprints 1940

carton 41, folder 6

Miscellaneous 1939-43

carton 41, folder 7

Farm unrest 1933-41

carton 41, folder 8

Filipinos 1930-40

carton 41, folder 9

Graduated land tax 1957

carton 41, folder 10

Granger movement undated

 

Health

carton 41, folder 11

Publications 1940-48

carton 41, folder 12

Health and welfare 1946-62

carton 41, folder 13

Hired labor 1940-60

 

Housing

carton 41, folder 14-15

Publications 1940-67

carton 41, folder 16

Miscellaneous 1950s

carton 41, folder 17

Clippings 1947

carton 41, folder 18

Hydroponics 1942

 

Immigration

carton 41, folder 19

United States 1932-50

carton 41, folder 20

Mexico 1931-33

carton 41, folder 21-22

Mexico and the United States 1940s, 1950s, 1978-81

 

San Francisco

carton 41, folder 23

Italians 1935

carton 41, folder 24

California Joint Immigration Committee 1934

 

Detroit, Michigan

carton 41, folder 25

Mexican 1944-46

carton 41, folder 26

Statistics 1930

carton 41, folder 27

Miscellaneous 1954-55

carton 41, folder 28

Notes undated

 

Immigrants

carton 41, folder 29

Asian 1927

carton 41, folder 30

Miscellaneous 1920-25

carton 41, folder 31

Industrial accidents 1945-49

 

Industrial relations

carton 41, folder 32

Causes of unrest 1948-49

carton 41, folder 33

Employer's Association of Louisville, Kentucky ca. 1920

carton 41, folder 34

National Association of Manufacturers undated

carton 41, folder 35

American industries 1923

carton 41, folder 36-41

Miscellaneous 1940

carton 42, folder 1

Publications 1939

carton 42, folder 2-4

Clippings 1924-49

carton 42, folder 5

Injunction ca. 1922

carton 42, folder 6

Japanese-American redress 1981

carton 42, folder 7

Japanese farmers 1942-66

 

Labor

carton 42, folder 8

United States 1943-66

carton 42, folder 9-11

California 1941-51

carton 42, folder 12

T. Presba notes undated

carton 42, folder 13-14

San Joaquin Valley, Calif. 1943, 1950

carton 42, folder 15

War 1943

carton 42, folder 16

Labor supply and placement 1944-49

 

Land and labor

carton 42, folder 17

California 1930-43

carton 42, folder 18

Clippings 1947-49

 

Land monopoly, history

carton 42, folder 19

California 1946-48

 

Land tenure

 

Foreign

carton 42, folder 20

Clippings 1931

 

Land Tenure Center

carton 42, folder 21

Bibliographies and selected newsletters 1970-75

 

Large-scale farming

carton 42, folder 22

Report to Governor Olsen 1939

 

Latin America

carton 42, folder 23

Clippings 1955

carton 42, folder 24

Law and collective bargaining 1954

carton 42, folder 25

Legislation 1957-61

carton 42, folder 26

Livestock 1942

 

Lobbying

carton 42, folder 27

Clippings 1951-54

 

Machines in Agriculture

carton 42, folder 28

Miscellaneous 1928-48

carton 42, folder 29

History, notes undated

carton 42, folder 30

Sharing 1940-43

carton 42, folder 31-32

Publications 1928-43

carton 42, folder 33

Clippings 1939-47

 

McManus, Thomas W.

carton 42, folder 34

Broadcasts: Bakersfield, Calif. 1940

 

Migration, Foreign

carton 42, folder 35

Publications 1935-52

 

Negro labor

carton 42, folder 36-37

Miscellaneous, notes 1945-68, undated

carton 43, folder 1

Clippings 1944-53

carton 43, folder 2

Publications 1944-46

carton 43, folder 3

Okies 1947

carton 43, folder 4

Poll tax 1937-47

carton 43, folder 5

Poverty 1966-67

 

Public Utilities

 

Public power in California

carton 43, folder 6

Paul S. Taylor notes and statements 1933-45

 

Law and policy

carton 43, folder 7

Paul S. Taylor notes and printed material regarding Problem #14 of the Central Valley Project Studies 1940-51

 

California Railroad Commission and the Vallejo Light and Power Company, Case no. 4688

carton 43, folder 8

Opinion annotated by Paul S. Taylor 1942

 

Public utilities in California

carton 43, folder 9

Selected statements and clippings 1947-49

 

Public power

carton 43, folder 10

Selected statements and newsletters 1947-50

carton 43, folder 11

Black Mesa Power, Colorado 1971

carton 43, folder 12

Race relations 1935-52

 

Radicalism

carton 43, folder 13

Clippings 1930-40s

carton 43, folder 14-15

Rural churches 1939-59

carton 43, folder 16

Rural crime 1949

carton 43, folder 17

Rural Life Trends Project 1945

carton 43, folder 18

Settlement laws 1937-38

 

Sharecroppers

carton 43, folder 19

Missouri strike 1939

carton 43, folder 20-21

Miscellaneous 1941

carton 43, folder 22

Sheep shearers 1933-49

carton 43, folder 23

Slave laborers 1939

carton 43, folder 24

Social action 1948

carton 43, folder 25

Sugar beet workers 1924-38

carton 43, folder 26

Tenure1940s

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture

carton 43, folder 27

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 1940-50

carton 43, folder 28

Extension Farm Labor Program 1945-47

 

U.S. Department of Labor

carton 43, folder 29

International Labor Office 1937-39

carton 43, folder 30

Veterans 1944-53

 

Wages

carton 43, folder 31

Miscellaneous 1949

carton 43, folder 32

T. Presba notes undated

carton 43, folder 33

Miscellaneous 1964-65

carton 43, folder 34

Guarantee annual 1947-54

 

Guaranteed

carton 43, folder 35

Publications 1924-45

carton 44, folder 1-2

Minimum 1938-43

carton 44, folder 3

Notes undated

carton 44, folder 4

Clippings 1923-48

carton 44, folder 5

Publications 1922-47

 

Wages and hours

carton 44, folder 6

Miscellaneous 1942-48

carton 44, folder 7-8

Publications 1938-52

carton 44, folder 9

Clippings 1939-56

carton 44, folder 10

Wages and social security 1947-48

carton 44, folder 11

War and agriculture 1940-50

carton 44, folder 12

Welfare state undated

carton 44, folder 13

Western Farm Economics Association March 14, 1946

 

Papers: California agriculture

carton 44, folder 14

"Wetback problem" 1956-70

carton 44, folder 15

Wheat belt 1924-47

carton 44, folder 16

Women in agriculture 1964

carton 44, folder 17-18

Youth 1940-48

carton 44, folder 19

in California 1940-48

 

Area Files, 1925-1965

 

United States

carton 44, folder 20

Bills and legislature 1950-65

carton 44, folder 21

Farm labor camp disposal 1948-49

carton 44, folder 22

Migratory Farm Act of 1947 1947

 

California

carton 44, folder 23

Publications

carton 44, folder 24

Kern County 1937-46

 

San Joaquin Valley

carton 44, folder 25

Housing 1950

carton 44, folder 26

Labor Dec. 1937

carton 44, folder 27

Fresno 1948-55

carton 44, folder 28

Miscellaneous

carton 44, folder 29

Santa Clara County 1947-56

carton 44, folder 30

Southwest

carton 44, folder 31

Proceedings of Southwest Regional March 4-6, 1953

 

Conference on Migrant Labor

carton 45, folder 1-2

Arizona 1939

carton 45, folder 3

Cotton pickers 1939

carton 45, folder 4

Miscellaneous 1937-42

carton 45, folder 5

Publications 1938-50

 

New Mexico

carton 45, folder 6

Village Dependence on Migratory July 1937

 

Labor in the Upper Rio Grande Area

carton 45, folder 7

Migratory-Casual Workers in N.M. 1939

carton 45, folder 8

Preliminary Report on Migratory Workers in the Cotton Areas of New Mexico May 1941

carton 45, folder 9

Miscellaneous 1942

 

Texas

carton 45, folder 10

Origins and Problems: Texas Migratory Sept. 1940

 

Farm Labor

carton 45, folder 11

Mexican Migratory Workers of South Texas 1941

carton 45, folder 12

Miscellaneous 1943-50

carton 45, folder 13

Pacific Northwest 1938-41

carton 45, folder 14

Oregon 1925-36

carton 45, folder 15

Washington 1939-43

carton 45, folder 16

Report 1942

carton 45, folder 17

Publications 1936-41

 

Arkansas

carton 45, folder 18

Transient Labor in the Berry Fields, Part 2 [1935-36]

carton 45, folder 19

Atlantic Coast 1949-55

carton 45, folder 20

Florida 1954

 

Michigan

carton 45, folder 21

Mobility of Labor in Michigan May 1937

carton 45, folder 22

Michigan Migrants March 1939

carton 45, folder 23

Miscellaneous 1939-40

 

Minnesota

carton 45, folder 24

Migrant Minnesota 1936

 

New Jersey

carton 45, folder 25

Miscellaneous 1935-61

carton 45, folder 26

Publications 1922-44

 

New York

carton 45, folder 27

Farm labor report Summer 1947

carton 45, folder 28

Miscellaneous 1945-54

carton 45, folder 29

Northern Great Plains undated

carton 45, folder 30

Britain 1943-60

carton 45, folder 31

R. J. Wallace bibliography 1954

carton 45, folder 32

Germany 1935-50

carton 45, folder 33

Israel 1955-56

carton 45, folder 34

Russia 1948-55

 

Labor Unions, 1910-1979

carton 45, folder 35

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Cleveland, Ohio ca. 1910

 

American Federation of Labor

carton 45, folder 36

Correspondence 1936-37, 1947

carton 45, folder 37

Pamphlets and flyers 1934, 1938

carton 45, folder 38

Notes [by Paul S. Taylor?] undated

carton 45, folder 39-40

J. B. Nathan notes ca. 1935

carton 45, folder 41

Labor's Monthly Survey 1937-46

 

American Federation of Labor - CIO

carton 45, folder 42

Industrial union department ca. 1960s

carton 45, folder 43

Clippings ca. 1950s

 

Caldwell, Erskine

carton 46, folder 1

Tenant Farmer 1935

carton 46, folder 2