Finding Aid for the Carey McWilliams Papers, 1930-1940

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Finding Aid for the Carey McWilliams Papers, 1930-1940

Collection number: 1243

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

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Los Angeles, CA

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Carey McWilliams Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1930-1940
Collection number: 1243
Creator: McWilliams, Carey, 1905-
Extent: 33 boxes (16.5 linear ft.) 1 oversize box
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Carey McWilliams (1905-80) was an attorney with the firm, Black, Hammack and McWilliams in Los Angeles (1927-38), chief of the Division of Immigration and Housing for the State of California (1938-42). McWilliams later worked for The Nation (1945-75). He also wrote numerous books on race and migrant labor issues. The collection consists of research materials, including correspondence, reports, and clippings about migrant farm labor in California and the problems of Mexican Americans.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation, 1952.
The papers form part of the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation Collections.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Carey McWilliams Papers (Collection 1243). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biography

Carey McWilliams was born December 13, 1905 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado; JD, University of Southern California; attorney, Black, Hammack & McWilliams, Los Angeles, 1927-38; chief of Division of Immigration and Housing, State of California, 1938-42; contributing editor, associate editor, and editorial director, The Nation, 1945-55; editor, The Nation, 1955-1975; some of his books include: Ambrose Bierce, a Biography (1929), Factories in the Field: the Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California (1939), Ill Fares the Land: Migrants and Migratory Labor in the United States (1942), Brothers Under the Skin (1943); Prejudice: Japanese-Americans, Symbol of Racial Intolerance (1944), Southern California Country: an Island on the Land (1946), A Mask for Privilege: Anti-Semitism in America (1948), The Education of Carey McWilliams (1979); died June 27, 1980 in New York, New York.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of research materials, including correspondence, reports, and clippings about migrant farm labor in California and the problems of Mexican Americans.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Collection is arranged alphabetically by topic.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
McWilliams, Carey, 1905- --Archives.
Authors, American--20th century--Archival resources.
Mexican American migrant agricultural laborers--California.

Items Removed from Collection

Note

The cataloged books in the Carey McWilliams Card Files Collection (1243) refer to items cataloged in the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation Library Collection of Books. This is another numbered collection, with books individually cataloged by the Foundation's system. These have been boxed and reside in SRLF.
  • Economic nationalism in Latin America, by Richard F. Behrendt. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico.
    Date: 1941.
    (Call no. HC/161/B419).
  • Employers' liability and workmen's compensation in Arizona, by Victor DeWitt Brannon. Tucson, Arizona, University of Arizona [
    Date: 1934
    ]. (Call no. HD/7816/U7A6/1934a).
  • The white scourge, by Edward E. Davis. San Antonio, Texas, The Naylor Company, 1940. (Call no. PZ/3/D2921wh).
  • Demographic and bodily changes in descendants of Mexican immigrants, with comparable data on parents and children in Mexico, by Marcus S. Goldstein. Austin, Texas. Institute of Latin-American studies, University of Texas.
    Date: 1943.
    (Call no. GN/58/U5G6).
  • A place to play in; a survey of youth needs in the southwestern area of Pontiac, Michigan, by Norman Daymond Humphrey. Pontiac southwest community center.
    Date: 1946.
    (Call no. [?]Q/796/P).
  • Report and recommendations. Interdepartmental Rio Grande Committee. Washington, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. HD/1694/A4i).
  • Mexican war workers in the United States; the Mexico-United States manpower recruiting program and its operation, by Robert C. Jones. Washington, Pan American Union, Division of Labor and Social Information.
    Date: 1945.
    (Call no. HD/8081/M6J6).
  • Spanish-speaking children in Texas, by Wilson Little. Austin, University of Texas Press.
    Date: 1944.
    (Call no. F/786/L).
  • Child labor in agriculture and farm life in the Arkansas Valley of Colorado; based upon studies made during summer, fall, and winter, 1924, in cooperation with the National child labor committee , by Bertram H. Mautner and W. Lewis Abbott, assisted by Harold. W. Bell and Anne Bispham. Colorado Springs, Colorado College.
    Date: 1929.
    (Call no. HD/6250/U7/C6m).
  • Old Spain in new America, by Robert McLean. Issued by the Council of Women for Home Missions. New York, Associated Press, c.
    Date: 1946.
    (Call no. BV/2788/S7M3).
  • Teresita of the valley, by Florence Crannell Means. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company (Riverside Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
    Date: 1943.
    (Call no. PZ/7/M5124/Te).
  • In support of fair employment practice; a history of four years of activities of the Metropolitan Detroit Fair Employment Practice Council, January 1942-December 1945 . Metropolitan Detroit Fair Employment Practice Council. Detroit, Michigan.
    Date: 1945.
    (Call no. HD/6476/D6).
  • We who are America, by Kenneth Dexter Miller. New York, Friendship Press.
    Date: 1943.
    (Call no. E/184/AlM53).
  • Sleep in the sun, by Alan B. Moody. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company.
    Date: 1945.
    (Call no. PZ/3/M772S1).
  • The Spanish speaking of the southwest and west (second report) Washington, D.C., National Catholic welfare conference, September of Social Action.
    Date: 1944.
    (Call no. F/786/N372).
  • A study of the negroes of Tuscon, Arizona, conducted for an interracial committee... Eugene T. Lies, Survey director.
    Date: December 1945-February 1946.
    (Call no. HT/1583T).
  • Labor trends and social welfare in Latin America, 1939-1940. Washington, Pan American Union - Division of Labor and Social Information.
    Date: 1941.
    (Call no. HD/6957/P187).
  • Bibliography on Labor and social welfare in Latin America. Washington, Pan American Union.
    Date: 1940.
    (Call no. Z/7164/LlP25).
  • Racial influences in the mental and physical development of Mexican children, by Franklin C. Pascal and Louis R. Sullivan. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins.
    Date: 1925.
    (Call no. BF/431/P3).
  • It happened in Taos, by Jesse T. Reid. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.
    Date: 1946.
    (Call no. HN/79/N6/R2).
  • A summary of the sessions on housing, health, nutrition, public assistance and recreation, July 6-9, 1943. Institute of Inter-American problems in the Rocky Mountain region. (Call no. HV/88/R6).
  • Culture of a contemporary rural community: El Cerrito, New Mexico, by Olen Leonard and C.P. Loomis. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Washington, D.C.
    Date: 1941.
    no.1. (Call no. *HN/79/N6/L3).
  • Central Valley project studies. The war program, problems 1-5. Washington, Government Printing Office.
    Date: 1947.
    (Call no. TC/24/C2A55).
  • The Colorado river.
    Date: 1946.
    A comprehensive report on the development of the water resources of the Colorado River basin for irrigation, power production, and other beneficial uses in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming... Sponsored and prepared under the general supervision of the Bureau of Reclamation, Washington. (Call no. TC/425/C6A3/1946a).
  • Protection and development of lower Colorado River Basin. Government Printing Office.
    Date: 1924.
    Information presented to the committee in the House of Representatives, 68th Congress, 1st session, H.R. 2903, by Mr. Swing... Hearings before the Federal Power Commission and other matters relating to the development of the Colorado River. (Call no. TC/425/C6A3/1924).
  • Consolidated progress report of the Mexican farm labor transportation program of the FSA through November 20, 1942. San Francisco, California, [
    Date: 1942
    ]. (Call no. HD/8081/A1M6).
  • Material on the partido system. U.S. Forest Service. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. SF/371/N6).
  • Notes on community-owned land grants in New Mexico. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. HD/243/N6).
  • Proposals for the Santa Cruz area. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1935.
    (Call no. HD/1516/N6sc).
  • A report on the Cuba valley. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. HD/1516/N6c).
  • Tenant herding in the Cuba valley. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. SF/371/N6c).
  • Tewa basin study, 1935. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Division of Economic Surveys. Albuquerque, New Mexico. vol.1: The Indian pueblos. vol.2: The Spanish-American villages. (Call no. HD/1501/N6t).
  • Tijeras Canyon - Moriarty area. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. HD/1516/N6t).
  • Village dependence on migratory labor in the Upper Rio Grande area. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Section of Human Surveys. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. HD/1527/N6).
  • Villanueva, a San Miguel county village. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Region 8. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1938.
    (Call no. HD/1516/N6v).
  • Handling of a cash crop (chili) in the Tewa Basin. U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Southwest Region. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1937.
    (Call no. SB/320/U58h).
  • Rural rehabilitation in New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    Date: 1935.
    (Call no. HD/1516/N6r).
  • Zoot Suiters (Includes California Governor's Citizen Committee, Report and Recommendations.
    Date: 1943).
    (Call no. HV6439 U5 L89m. Available in Microfilm and media service.).

Related Material

  • Title: Carey McWilliams Papers
    Identifier/Call Number: (Collection 1319).
    Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
  • Carey McWilliams Collection of Material about Mary Hunter Austin (Collection 278). Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
  • Carey McWilliams Collection of Material about Ambrose Bierce (Collection 277). Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
  • Honorable in all things: the memoirs of Carey McWilliams [oral history transcript] / Carey McWilliams, interviewee. UCLA Oral History Department interview, c1982. Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

 

Adamic, Louis

Box 26

Adamic, Louis.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence to...concerning Mexicans.
 

Agriculture

Box 1

The Agricultural Situation. May-December 1939. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Physical Description: vol.23 no.5-12.
Box 1

The Agricultural Situation. January-December 1940. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Physical Description: vol.24 no.1-12.
Box 1

The Agricultural Situation. January-December 1941. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Physical Description: vol.25 no.1-12.
Box 1

The Agricultural Situation. January-August, October 1942. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Physical Description: vol.26 no.1-8, 10.
Box 1

The Agricultural Situation. January-April 1943. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Physical Description: vol.27 no.1, 4.
 

Agriculture - Economic Aspects

Box 1

Central California Beet Growers Association, Limited. The sugar market. June 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, periodical articles, reports and other material on growers' organizations, financial return of agriculture, etc.
 

Agriculture - Kansas

Box 1

The effect of the combined harvester-thresher on farm organization in southwestern Kansas and northwestern Oklahoma, by W.E. Grimes. Manhattan, Kansas. Agricultural Experiment station. July 1928.

Physical Description: 24pp. (Circular 142).
 

Agriculture - Mechanization

Box 1

The production tools of agriculture, an address by Harry G. Davis before 40th annual convention, Arkansas Hardware & Implement Association, Little Rock, Arkansas. February 20, 1940.

Box 1

How farm machinery creates employment. June 20, 1934.

Scope and Content Note

A symposium of papers and discussions presented before the Power and Machinery Division of the 28th annual meeting of the Society held at Detroit, Michigan.
Box 1

Technological progress in American farming. Statement by Fowler McCormick. before the Temporary National Economic Committee (76th Congress), Washington, D.C. April 24, 1940.

Box 1

Some aspects of mechanization in American economy, by Harry G. Davis. March 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Agricultural Engineering.
Box 1

The economics of farm machinery, by Dr. John Lee Coulter. July 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Agricultural Engineering.
Box 1

[Reprints, articles concerning influence of machines on farm labor and the nature of farm labor itself].

Box 1

Technological progress in American farming, with forward by S.G. McAllister, President International Harvester Company (1937?).

 

Agriculture - North Dakota

Box 1

Agricultural Experiment Station Bimonthly bulletin. May 1939.

Scope and Content Note

(Relationship of farm population movement and drought). vol.1 no.5.
 

Agriculture - Reports - Miscellaneous

Box 19

Transient and migratory workers.

Physical Description: 2pp.
Box 19

Agricultural labor housing survey.

Physical Description: 2pp.
 

Agriculture - Texas

Box 1

Some technological changes in the high plains cotton area of Texas, by Bonnen, C.A. & Magee, A.C. August 1938.

Physical Description: Reprinted from Journal of Farm Economics, vol.20 no.3.
Box 1

Some technological changes in the high plains cotton area of Texas, by C.A. Bonnen. August 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Journal of Farm Economics, vol.20 no.3.
 

Agriculture - Unions in Agriculture

Box 21

Agricultural Bulletin. November 15, 1939-August 1940. Washington, D.C., National Council to Aid Agricultural Workers.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1-4.
 

Agriculture - U.S.

Box 1

Chemurgy and the grapes of promise, by Louis J. Taber. 6th Annual National Farm Chemurgic Conference. Chicago. March 27-29, 1940.

Box 1

Material on increasing the industrial uses of farm products or chemurgy. Reports on conditions of agriculture and the farmer.

Box 1

The Llano Del Rio cooperative colony (in Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County, California-a cooperative colony). Hanna, Hugh S.

Box 1

Agriculture and banking, by C.B. Jennett. Sixth annual National Farm Chemurgic Conference, Chicago. March 27-29, 1940.

Box 1

Industrial utilization of farm products and the proposed establishment of a western division of the National Research Council. Winnipeg, The North-west Line Elevators Association.

Box 1

Farmers and Farm Workers, prepared by Farm Research, Incorporated. Washington, D.C. Labor Fact Book 3, New York International Publishers. 1936. Library of Congress [call no.] HD 8072 L253.

Scope and Content Note

Chapter 7, p.121.
Box 1

Some possible effects of the war on American agriculture, by N.R. Whitney ... at the Second Mid-American Chemurgic Conference, Cleveland, Ohio. September 16-17, 1940.

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 1

The agricultural history of Iowa as a field of research, by Louis Bernard Schmidt. October 1939.

Physical Description: (Reprinted from Agricultural History, vol.13 pp.218-220).
 

Aliens - Drive Against

Box 1, 2

[Newspaper clippings, articles, etc.].

Note

SEE: Bridges, Harry
 

The Americas

Box 26

The Americas.

Scope and Content Note

A review of Latin American news published fort-nightly by the council for Pan American democracy.
 

Anthropology

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

Anti-Semitism

Box 2

Articles, clippings, etc.

 

Arizona

Box 2

Reports on condition of farm labor.

 

Associated Farmers

Note

[SEE: United States. Congress, 74th. Senate. Committee on education and labor. Subcommittee on Senate resolution 266.]
Box 3

[Folder of newspaper clippings].

Box 3

Typed copies from newspaper clippings from Washington New Dealer, Seattle, Washington. November 24, 1939-December 14, 1939.

Box 2

Report on Associated Farmers of California, Incorporated; its structure, aims and activities ... submitted to Professor Eric C. Bellquist, instructor, Political Science 114. April 18, 1938. University of California, Berkeley.

 

Ayres, Duran Ed

Box 26

Ayres report. August 10, 1942.

Note

(Another copy in Mexicans - Juvenile Delinquency)
 

The Battle of Camp San Vicente

Box 26

Photos and a statement by Carey McWilliams.

 

Bibliographies

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

Birth Control

Box 3

Birth control in a midwestern city and Contraceptive service in three areas, by Regime K. Stix. [n.d.].

 

Books

Box 5

Ill fares the land. Book 2.

Physical Description: Clippings, [notes, digests of periodical articles,] articles, letters on migrant labor.
Box 3

Ill fares the land. Book (miscellaneous).

Physical Description: Reports, newspaper clippings on treatment of agricultural workers. Some material on Associated farmers.
 

Bridges, Harry R.

Note

SEE: Aliens - Drive Against
 

California

Box 26

Governor's Citizen Committee Report and Recommendation on the outbreaks of violence in Los Angeles during the week of June 6, 1943 . n.p. June 12, 1943.

Physical Description: 7 leaves, Mimeograph.

Note

SEE: Zoot Suiters in Carey McWilliams Collection (no.1319)
Box 4

Report and Recommendations of the Citizens Committee, June 12, 1943. n.p. June 12, 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Governor's Citizens Committee to Investigate the Outbreaks of Violence in Los Angeles, 1943.

Note

See: Cary McWilliams Collection (no.1319). Zoot Suiters on microfilm (Film HV/6439/U5/L87m)
 

California Anti-Migrant Law

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

California - Department of Agriculture

Box 4

California Department of Agricultural Reports on acreage from Agricultural Commissioners of the counties.

Physical Description: Clippings and bulletins.
 

California Chamber of Commerce

Box 4

Handbook on sources of economic data pertaining to California: state agencies. 1939.

Box 4

Speeches before, studies by California Chamber of Commerce on the subject of farm labor.

 

California Chinese Press

Box 4

California Chinese Press 11 Colombus Avenue, San Francisco, California. November 29, 1940-May 9, 1941; June 6, August 1, 1941.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.4-13, 16-19, 24-25; vol.2 no.3, 11.
 

California - Department of Industrial Relations

Box 4

Analysis of proposed reductions in the budget.

 

California Department of Industrial Relations - Division of Immigration and Housing

Box 26

[No further description available].

Box 4

Review of personnel changes. 1939-1940.

Box 4

Housing for migratory agricultural labor, by L.T. Mott [and] F.J. Rugg.

 

California - University of California

Box 4

Studies published by the University on agricultural labor.

 

California Farm Reporter

Box 4

California Farm Reporter (December 11, 1941, January-May; August-December 1942).

Scope and Content Note

vol.1-Santa Clara, California. California farm research and legislative committee. vol.1, vol.2 no.1-5, 8-12.
 

California History

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

Cannery Field Workers News

Box 4

Cannery Field Workers News. August 24, 1942. 23 SW Sherman St., Portland, Oregon.

Physical Description: vol.4 no.47.
 

Central Idea

Box 26

Central Idea. Published by Central Junior High School.

 

Central Valley Project

Box 4

Radio address, by Frank W. Clark, director, Department of public works, Sacramento, California, 6:45 to 7:00 p.m., KFBK. February 13, 1941.

Box 4

Central Valley development and its relation to transportation, by Culbert L. Olson. Address to the Pacific Transportation Association at the Commercial Club, San Francisco, California. January 21, 1941.

 

The Challenge to Democracy

Box 5

Iowa State College, Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames, Iowa. June and October 1941.

 

Civil Liberties

Box 5

Pamphlets, newspaper clippings, etc.

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 5

Civil Rights Bulletin. March 1942. National Federation for Constitutional Liberties. Washington, D.C.

 

Civil Rights

Box 26

Statement of Citizen's Committee, Los Angeles.

 

Committee to Aid Agricultural Organization

Box 5

Letters, reports, miscellaneous material in regard to this group and John Steinbeck committee.

Physical Description: [Includes a] note from John Steinbeck [Handwritten].
 

Committee to Aid Agricultural Workers

Box 5

[Miscellaneous material; several letters to CMcW.].

 

Cooperative Crop Reporting Service

Box 5

Similar reports by California Cooperative crop reporting service. May 1938, April 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Commercial vegetable crops: California.
 

Cooperative Movement - China

Box 5

Two years of indusco, by Rewi Alley (1940).

Box 5

Pamphlets, periodicals, and mimeographed article.

Box 2

Appeal. May 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Chinese Industrial Co-operatives. Hong Kong, China.
Box 5

INDUSCO News. Hong Kong, China. November 1, 1940.

Physical Description: no.31.
Box 5

New Defence: A Journal of the 30,000 Industrial Co-operatives Movement of China. Chungking, China. May 1939.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.2.
 

Correspondence to Carey McWilliams

Box 26

[No further description available].

Scope and Content Note

Some deals with proposal to Nelson Rockefeller.

Note

SEE: Latin American Relations Proposal, 1941
 

Cotton

Box 5

Material on wages, prices, etc.

Box 5

Power farming and labor displacement in the cotton belt, 1937... U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office. 1938.

Physical Description: Parts 1 and 2, Serial no. R 737.
 

Criminal Syndicalism - Sacramento

Box 6

Letters, pamphlets, newspaper and periodical clippings concerning the trial. 1935.

 

Cultural Relations

Box 26

Cultural Relations between the United States and Latin America.

 

Dairying

Box 6

Labor and other factors influencing dairy production in the Los Angeles milkshed, November 1942. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Washington, D.C. February 1943.

 

Dies Committee

Box 6

Pamphlets, letters, and other material concerning work of.

 

Disaster Ordinances. ca. 1938

Box 6

Newspaper clippings, etc. on preparations and organization for major disaster (ca. 1938).

 

Economics

Box 6

Modern economic trends, lecture by Dr. Ira B. Cross. Labor Relations College, lecture no.2. Berkeley, University of California. March 20, 1940.

 

Employers' Organizations (Miscellaneous)

Box 6

[Folder of newspaper clippings and articles].

 

Eugenics

Box 6

Social environment as a modifying factor in the correlation between maternal age and intelligence of offspring, by Pearl Moshinsky. January 1942.

Physical Description: Reprinted from the Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, vol.20 no.1.
 

Factories in the field

Box 6

Factories in the field.

Scope and Content Note

Letters, notes, copy of The Kaweah Commonwealth and other material about Kaweah and Fort Romie colony.
 

Facts and Figures

Box 6

Facts and Figures. California C.I.O. Research Department of the California State Industrial Union Council, San Francisco. January-February 1943.

Physical Description: vol.2 no.1.
 

Facts for Farmers

Box 6

Facts for Farmers: A Journal for Progressive Farmers. 39 Cortlandt St., New York. July-September 1941; May 1937.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1-3; vol.3 no.5, pp.7-8.
 

Fair Employment Practice Committee

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

The Farm Workers' Association

Note

SEE: Monroe, Lillian
Box 16

[No further description available].

 

Fascism (in General)

Boxes 5-6

The American Citizen. January 17, 1936-July 15, 1936. San Rafael, California, Henry R. Sanborn.

Physical Description: vol.1, vol.2 no.1-2, 4-7, 9, 12.
Box 6

[Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, etc.].

 

Fecundity

Box 7

McCleary, G.F. Australia population problem.

Box 7

Beebe, Gilbert W. Differential fertility by color for coal miners in Logan County, West Virginia.

Box 7

Vance, Rupert. Regional approach to the study of high fertility.

Box 7

Kiser, Clyde V., Social implications of the under-developed family.

Box 7

Beebe, Gilbert W. Differential fertility by color for coal miners in Logan County, West Virginia.

Box 7

Vance, Rupert. Regional approach to the study of high fertility.

Box 7

Kiser, Clyde V., Social implications of the underdeveloped family.

Box 7

Kirk, Dudley. Relations of employment levels to births in Germany.

Box 7

Kiser, Clyde V., Intra-group differences in birth rates of married women.

Box 7

McCleary, G.F. Prewar European population policies.

 

Fort Romie Colony, Soledad, California

Box 7

[No further description available].

Note

Letter in regard to Fort Romie Colony in Factories in the field folder.
 

Forward--Los Angeles

Box 26

Forward--Los Angeles. Published in the interest of Mexican-Americans.

 

Fresno Conference - Reports and Original Material. May 26-27th, 1939

Box 7

Records of speeches and committee reports of Conference of state and federal agencies on agricultural labor.

Box 7

Conference of state and federal agencies on agricultural labor.

Physical Description: [Reports and other material].
 

Great Western Sugar Company

Box 7

The Financial history of Great Western Sugar Company. An outline compiled by J.F. Rasmussen, Consulting Engineer for Colorado Farmers Union.

 

Greenbelt, Maryland

Box 23

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: United States - Department of Agriculture - Farm Security Administration
 

Haviland, Florence E.

Boxes 11, 19

Fruit tramp [and other stories] (in Migrants - Miscellaneous articles folder). Stop transient (in Migrants: federal action folder). A stop that means go in California (in Relief folder).

 

Health

Box 7

Pamphlets and reports on health; several from Kern County.

Note

SEE: Kern County, California
 

Hoadley, Walter Evans, Jr.

Box 7

A study of one hundred seventy [?] self-resettled agricultural families, Monterey county, California, 1939, by Walter Evans Hoadley, Jr.

 

The Hour

Box 7

The Hour. April 30, 1939- .

Physical Description: 1940: no.73-77; November 30-December 28/1941: no.78-122; January 4-December 30/1942: no.122-145; January 10-November 9/1943: no.148-153; January 12-May 20/Index: no.1-75.
 

Housing

Box 8

Problems of a housing enforcement program, by L.M. Graves and Alfred H. Fletcher. May 1938.

Physical Description: Reprinted from The Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics, vol.14 no.2.
Box 8

Housing in relation to public health and welfare, by Wendy Stewart.

Box 8

Housing: provision of low-rent housing, by Wendy Stewart.

 

Housing - Rural

Box 8

Reports, newspaper clippings, etc. on housing in various parts of California. Some general reports by federal government included.

Box 8

Rural households and dependency, by Olaf E. Larson. Fort Collins. 1938.

Physical Description: (Bulletin 444, Colorado Experiment Station).
Box 8

American Society of Agricultural Engineers. February 12, 1941.

Scope and Content Note

A nation-wide farm building program: Immediate planning to improve farm living and working condition in difficult times ahead is highly desirable. Sant Joseph, Michigan, February 12, 1941.
 

Imperial Valley, California

Box 8

The Imperial Valley farm labor situation; report of the Special Investigating committee, Sacramento. 1934.

Box 8

Clippings about labor difficulties during 1934. Pamphlet published by Associated farmers known as Phillips report: The Imperial valley situation.

 

In Fact

Box 8

In Fact. 1940-1942. Long Island City, New York.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1-13; vol.2 no.14-23; vol.3 no.27-52; vol.4 no.53-59,61-63,65-70,72,74-75.
 

Indians

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

Indigents

Box 8

Reports, Assembly bills, clippings on methods of treating indigents.

 

Inter-American Affairs

Box 26

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: Cultural Relations
 

International Juridicial Association

Box 8

International Juridicial Association Monthly Bulletin, New York, New York. December 1938.

Physical Description: vol.7 no.6.
 

Japanese

Box 26

[No further description available].

 

Jews - Discrimination

Box 8

Unbelievable, published by Friday, Incorporated. 114 E. 32nd St. New York, New York. Winter 1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1.
 

John Steinbeck Committee

Box 20

Bakersfield conference on agricultural labor. October 29, 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Report of the Bakersfield conference on agricultural labor--health, housing and relief--held in Bakersfield, California.
 

Junipero Serra

Box 27

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: California History (Box 26)
 

Juvenile Delinquency

Box 27

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: Mexicans - Juvenile Delinquency (Box 29)
 

Kaweah Commonwealth (The)

Box 6

The Kaweah Commonwealth. March 14, 1891.

Physical Description: vol.2 no.17.

Note

(In Factories in the Field folder).
 

Kaweah Co-operative Colony

Box 6

[No further description available].

Note

Letters, bibliography, and other material in Factories in the field folder.
 

Kuplen, Louis

Box 20

Notes on the Conference on agricultural labor of the Social Science Research Council. 1940.

Note

SEE: Social Science Research Council
 

Labor Camps

Box 9

Newspaper clippings chiefly on housing of agricultural workers.

 

Labor Supply - Miscellany

Box 10

Scioto Marsh. Hardin County, Ohio.

Box 10

Migration and resettlement of the people, discussion by R.F. Bassey. San Francisco, National Conference on Planning. July 6-11, 1940.

Box 10

Discussion of Mr. Carey McWilliams' Paper, Migration and Resettlement of People. By Walter A. Duffy.

Box 10

The status of agricultural labor, by N.C. Durham. Law and Contemporary Problems, William T. Ham. October 1937

Physical Description: pp.559-572. vol.4
Box 10

Farm labor, by W.U. Fuhriman. Proceedings of the Western Farm Economic Association. 10th annual meeting, University of Nevada, Reno. June 24, 1937.

Box 9

Letters regarding Mr. McWilliams's Farm Labor Authority Proposal. Clippings and reports on the advisability of importing Mexican labor, etc. August 1943 issue of the Inter-American with Mr. McWilliams' article They Saved the Crops.

Box 10

Copy of a discussion by William E. Warne, ... of the paper on Migration and resettlement of people, by CMcW. 1940.

Box 10

Distribution and seasonability of agricultural employment, by J.T. Wendzel. February 1938.

 

Labor Supply - Press Clippings

Box 9

Newspaper clippings on situation in California. 1942.

 

Labor Supply - USDA Correspondence

Box 10

Letters from Department of agriculture and other officials in regard to Mr. McWilliams' Proposal in re farm labor authority.

 

Labor Supply and Demand

Box 10

Letters, clippings, reports of attempts to get agricultural workers-some of them of questionable standing.

 

Labor's Non-Partisan League

Box 10

National Bulletin. Washington, D.C. 1940-1941.

Physical Description: vol.5 no.2-11,13-14; vol.5 no.1.
Box 10

L.N.P.L. News: Life Preserver of Democracy. Labor's Non-Partisan League of California. March 21, 1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1.
Box 10

Pamphlet: Labor's Non-Partisan League, Its Origin and Growth.

Note

[?Sabois? Non partisan league]
 

LaFollette Civil Liberties Committee

Box 9

Statements, reports, memoranda, etc.

Box 9

United States Congress, 74th. Senate Committee on education and labor. Subcommittee on Senate resolution 266.

Scope and Content Note

Statements, reports, memoranda, etc. prepared for or presented before the LaFollette civil liberties committee. Newspaper clippings about the hearings also included.
 

Land

Box 10

The west coast land grafters, by Bailey Millard. May 1905.

Physical Description: vol.12 no.5. pp.581-591.
Box 10

Spanish land grant system, by R.H. Allen. Division of Land Utilization, Resettlement, Administration, Washington, D.C.

 

Latin American Relations - Proposal

Box 27

Proposal made to Nelson Rockefeller. 1941.

 

Los Angeles (County) Grand Jury

Box 27

Consideration of the question: Have citizens of Mexican descent enjoyed equal opportunity for development of good character and citizenship (1942).

 

Mason, Haven A.

Box 10

A World hegemony to secure peace on earth and promote good will toward men, by Haven A. Mason. Palo Alto. 1941.

 

McWilliams, Carey

Box 10

Farm labor authority proposal.

Note

SEE: Labor Supply - Miscellany
Box 10

Migration and resettlement of people, discussions of.

Note

SEE: Labor Supply - Miscellany
Box 27

McWilliams, Carey - as Author.

 

The Mears Newz

Box 27

The Mears Newz, Mears, Michigan.

 

Mexican-American Problems

Box 27

General material on problems of race, background, language, etc.

Box 27

Ayres, Ed Duran - Ayres Report. August 10, 1942.

 

Mexican Campaign Notes

Box 27

Local elections-Los Angeles and Ventura area.

 

Mexican Labor News

Box 32

Mexican Labor News. 1943-1944.

Physical Description: (incomplete).

Note

SEE: Sinarquism
 

[Mexicans]

 

Mexicans

Box 27

Agnes E. Meyers articles reprinted from The Washington Post.

Box 27

Arizona.

Box 27

Mexicans as Imported Labor.

Box 27

California.

Box 27

Colorado.

Box 28

Culture.

Box 28

Detroit.

Box 28

Discrimination.

Box 28

Discrimination - Brutality and Violence.

Box 28

Discrimination - Segregation in Schools.

Box 28

Education.

Box 28

Health.

Box 28

Housing.

Box 29

Juvenile Delinquency.

Note

SEE: Juvenile Deliquency
Box 29

New Mexico.

Box 29

Oregon.

Box 29

Repatriation.

Box 29

Silex, Humberto.

Box 29

Texas.

Box 29

U.S. International Relations.

Box 29

Vocational Future.

Box 29

War Service.

 

Mexico - Foreign Policy

Box 29

[No further description available].

 

Migrants

Box 29

[No further description available].

 

Migrants - Children

Box 11

A study of the migratory children in Kern county for the school year. 1936-1937.

Box 11

Report on social problems of migrants and their families summarized. August 1937. Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: Reprinted from the Child Monthly News Summary, vol.2 no,2.
Box 11

Digest of statement by Bessie M. Knapp, Chairman of Migratory Committee, California Congress of Parents and Teachers.

Box 11

Pamphlets, photostats, clippings on work of children in the fields and the lack of sufficient attendance at school.

Box 11

Commission to investigate the employment of migrants. 1932.

Scope and Content Note

Supplement to the report of the Commission to investigate the employment of migratory children in the state of New Jersey. Trenton, MacCrelish & Quigley Company, New Jersey.
Box 11

The child in the migratory camp - Education, by Edward J. Rowell.

 

Migrants - Christian Science Monitor

Box 11

Periodical clippings, by Carey McWilliams, Rex Miller, and others chiefly on problem in California.

 

Migrants - Chronicle Articles

Box 11

Clippings from San Francisco Chronicle chiefly on housing of migrants.

 

Migrants - Country Gentleman

Box 11

Articles from Country gentleman; tone more favorable to growers and Associated Framers.

 

Migrants - Federal Action

Box 11

Several newspaper clippings and a paper by Floence Earle Haviland: Stop transient: federal transient service for girls and boys, Los Angeles area. 1933.

 

Migrants - Fiction

Box 11

Two stories from New masses and one from Saturday Evening Post.

 

Migrants - Health

Box 11

Reports, newspaper clippings, periodical articles.

 

Migrants - Miscellaneous Articles

Box 11

Toward a national policy for migration, by Beecroft, Eric and Janow, Seymour.

Physical Description: (Reprinted from Social Forces, vol.16 no.4, May 1938).
Box 11

The genesis of the exodus, by Benson Y. Landis. New York, Friendship press. n.d.

Physical Description: 31pp.
Box 14

A survey of fruit and berry famers and farmers in the areas of concentrated of commercial shipments. Emergency Relief Administration. 1933-1934.

Scope and Content Note

This survey covered those engaged in the avocation in 1933 with various estimates for the season of 1934.
Boxes 12, 13

Farm worker bulletin, no.1. June 1938.

Scope and Content Note

California conference of agricultural workers. Agricultural labor research bureau. Ameliorative proposals for agricultural labor in California in California. Berkeley, California
Box 11

Toward a national policy for migration, by Eric Beecroft and Seymour Janow. May 1938.

Physical Description: Reprinted from Social Forces, vol.16 no.4
Box 11

Employment Security Review. June 1940.

Box 11

Newspaper clippings, stories, articles.

Scope and Content Note

Stories by Florence E. Haviland including original of Fruit tramp published in Scribner's Magazine, February 1937.
Box 11

The Genesis of the Exodus, by Benson Y. Landis.

Scope and Content Note

(One of five pamphlets on population shifts in America today).
 

Migrants - Resettlement

Box 11

Several pamphlets and newspaper clippings. Quite a few clippings on housing.

 

Migratory Labor

Box 13

I wonder where we can go now..... April 1939.

Scope and Content Note

A million-odd migrant farm workers and their families ask, and nobody has the answer. Underemployed, underfed, they are a national problem--most crucial in California. From Fortune Magazine.
Box 12

Professional migratory farm labor households, by Carl F. Reuss.

Box 12

The church serving the migrants, by Ethel Prince Miller. New York, Friendship Press. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

(One of five pamphlets on population shifts in America today).
 

Migratory Labor - Arizona

Box 12

The sanitarian's role in Maricopa County's transient labor problem, by Noel McKeehan. Sanitarian, Maricopa County Health Unit.

Box 12

A survey of the migratory agricultural labor population and the program of the agricultural worker's ealth and medical association in Maricopa and Pinal counties, Arizona. November 1939.

 

Migratory Labor - Bibliography

Box 12

[No further description available].

Box 12

Unpublished M.A. theses on labor subjects listed by selected universities. 1920-1940, partial list. April 1941. Institute of labor studies.

Box 12

Migratory farm labor; a bibliography, by Margaret Castle Schindler. University of Wisconsin. June 1929.

 

Migratory Labor - California

Box 13

Drought refugee and labor migration to California, June-December 1935, by Paul S. Taylor and Tom Vasey. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.

Scope and Content Note

(From the Monthly Labor Review, February 1936. Serial no.R 346).
Box 13

Drought refugee and labor migration to California in 1936. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Serial no.R 480.
Box 13

Patterns of agricultural labor migration within California... Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Serial no. R 840.
Box 13

What shall we do with them? Address before the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco. April 15, 1938. By Paul S. Taylor.

Physical Description: Clippings and notes.
Box 13

Races and ethic (ethnic) groups in American life, Giannini Library. 1933.

Physical Description: pp.80-111.
Box 13

Summary report on the background and problems affecting farm labor in California, submitted by Edward J. Rowell, Regional Labor Advisor Resettlement Administration.

 

Migratory Labor - Colorado

Box 13

Reports, charts, newspaper on beet workers and migratory workers in Colorado.

Box 13

The people of Dolores county, Colorado: preliminary report. Texas, 1940, United States Department of agriculture - Bureau of agricultural economies. In cooperation with the Colorado agricultural experiment station. 1940.

Box 13

Beet labor problems in Colorado, by R.W. Roskelley. July 10-12, 1940.

Scope and Content Note

A paper presented at the 13th annual meeting of the Western Farm Economics Association, Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho.
 

Migratory Labor - Florida

Box 13

Study of migratory farm labor.

Scope and Content Note

Report of conference with representatives of the Farm Security Administration and the State Health Officer of Florida relative to...protection of the health of migratory farm laborers...
 

Migratory Labor - Kern County, California

Box 13

Reports by the Kern General Hospital, the Kern County Health Department, and Robert J. Wright on health, general conditions, and housing.

Box 13

Reports by the Kern General Hospital, the Kern County Health Department, and Robert J. Wright on health, general conditions, and housing.

 

Migratory Labor - Louisiana

Box 14

Louisiana Council on Migratory Labor and Transients. Minutes: January 5, 1940 (8th), February 4, 1941 (11th), November 15, 1940 (10th), April 18, 1940 (9th).

Box 14

Louisiana Council on Migratory Labor and Transients. Publication no.5: Why a council on Migratory Labor.

Box 14

3-A Bum, take a bow!

Box 14

Louisiana Council on Migratory Labor and Transients. Labor disruptions, crowded housing in defense boom cited. (Feature article appearing in the New Orleans Item Tribune. May 18, 1941). Louisiana Council on Migratory Labor & Transients.

Physical Description: Publication no.6.
 

Migratory Labor - Michigan

Box 14

Reports on migratory sugar beet workers and migratory labor in Michigan. Correspondence.

Box 14

Migratory Labor in Berrien county, by Daniel O'Connor. Michigan. March 7, 1940.

Box 14

Migratory workers in Southwestern Michigan, prepared by the Intake and Certification staff in the South Haven area. Federal Works Agency, Michigan Work Project Administration, Lansing Michigan. August 12, 1940.

 

Migratory Labor - Missouri

Box 14

Report on the Farm Security Administration's program in Southeastern Missouri and notes.

Box 14

Reports on the Southeast Missouri Project. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Security Administration.

 

Migratory Labor - Statistics

Boxes 14-15

...Monthly border count report... U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 1940-1942.

Physical Description: no.10-17, 19-24, 26. [Typed copies of December 1940-June 1941].
Boxes 14-15

...Persons, members of parties in need of manual employment entering Arizona and California by motor vehicle... Report... U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 1940-1942.

Physical Description: no.1-7, 9-10.
Boxes 14-15

...Condensed monthly agricultural crop and labor report...February 15, 1939-May 15, 1940.

Boxes 14-15

Report on migrants... U.S. Farm Placement Service. February 1939-December 31, 1939.

 

Migratory Labor - Texas

Box 15

Texas emigrant agency law.

Scope and Content Note

Extract from A brief to analyze the Texas emigrant agency law and other pertinent legislation in order to clarify the exact status and obligations under the law of emigrant agencies and employment agencies; and to determine the responsibility of the Texas State Employment Service to such agencies inreferring workers to out of state employment.
Boxes 14-15

...Annual Report... U.S. Bureau of Employment Security.

Scope and Content Note

Out of state people and returning Californians who have entered the state of California through border check stations, seeking employment....
Box 15

Cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics agricultural and mechanical college of Texas and United States Department of Agriculture cooperating. Extension Service, county agent work.

Box 15

Reports on Migratory Labor and living conditions for migrants in Texas. General report on Migration in the Near Future. The problem of land and people.

 

Migratory Labor - U.S.

Box 15

A survey of labor migration between states, by N.A. Tolles. Bureau of Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. July 1937.

Scope and Content Note

(From the Monthly Labor Review, serial no. R 592).
Box 15

Memorandum re The American rural refugee problem in the west, [by Norman Littell?].

Box 15

Agricultural migratory workers in the United States of America, by Dr. Rudolf Heberle.

Physical Description: Published in Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv vol.31, (1930 I), pp.618-640- U.C. Library H5W4 - vol.31 no.1.
 

Migratory Labor - Washington

Box 15

Reports on Migratory Labor.

Box 15

Seasonal agricultural labor in the Yakima Valley, by Paul H. Landis. August 1937.

Physical Description: (From the Monthly Labor Review of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor. Serial no.R. 610).
 

Migratory Workers - Miscellaneous Articles

Box 15

California. University. Radio service. Our unwanted refugees: broadcast. February 1939.

Box 15

The church and the last American migration, by Edgar E. Wilson for the Social action fellowship. California conference, M.E. church (n.d.).

 

Miller, Ethel Prince

Box 15

The church serving the migrants, by Ethel Prince Miller. New York Frienship Press. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

(One of five pamphlets on population shifts in American today).
 

Minorites - Filipinos

Box 15

Excerpts from report, copy of Mr. McWilliams article Exit the Filipino in The NationSeptember 4, 1935, copy of article by Dr. Bogardus, Fala year book. 1940, pamphlet by Committee for the protection of Filipino rights, and other material including copies of newspapers.

Box 15

Philippine Commonwealth Journal Portland, Oregon. 1939-1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.3-5, vol.2 no.4.
Box 15

Philippine Journal. Stockton, California. 1939-41.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.4, 8-10; vol.2 no.2-9, 11-16, 18-19; vol.3 no.24.
Box 15

Commonwealth Times. June 1, November 15, December 1939; August 28-October 14, 1940. Philippines Commonwealth Times Publication Company. 618 1/2 North Spring St., Los Angeles, California.

Physical Description: vol.4 no.50-51; vol.5-62.
Box 15

Commonwealth Times ( Phillipines Commonwealth Times). Filipino Workers in California. P.O. Box 854 / Santa Maria, California. June 15, 1937.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.20.
 

Minorities - Mexican

Box 16

Democracy comes to cotton kingdom: the story of Mexico's la Laguna, by Clarence Senior. D.F. Centro de Estudios Pedagogicos e Hispanoamericanos. 1940.

Box 16

The Mexican oil seizure, by Donald R. Richberg. New York, Standard Oil Company. 1940[?].

Box 16

Texto vigente de la constitucion politica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos, by Lazaro Cardenas. Ediciones pipsa. Mexico. 1939.

Physical Description: vol.1.
Box 16

The Mexican people and the oil companies, by Alejandro Carrillo. Mexico. 1938.

Box 16

New Mexico's opportunity: A message to my fellow new Mexicans, from Joaquin Ortega. Albuquerque. 1942.

Box 16

Paper on the Rehabilitation for Mexican farm laborers by Joseph A. Facci and miscellaneous phamphlets and periodicals.

Note

SEE: Facci, Joseph A.
Box 16

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: Labor supply - Miscellany (Box 10)
Box 16

Annual report of the Mexican Welfare Committee of the Colorado State Council, K. of C. at Denver Colorado, May 23, 1927. Fifth Annual report at Pueblo, Colorado. May 28, 1928.

Box 16

Codigo agrario de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. Mexico, Departmento de bibliotecas de la secretaria de educacion publica, (Mn.d.). Biblioteca del Obrero y Campesino, tercera edicion.

Box 16

Secretaria de relaciones exteriores. Ley de nacionalidad y naturalizacion, Mexico. 1934.

Box 16

Proposiciones del departmento del trabajo a la primera convercion nacional de poblacion. D.A.P.P., Mexico, 1939.

Box 16

Migratory Mexican labor in Michigan. Results of conferences held with the various state departments cooperating with the Department of Labor and Industry of Michigan. 1937-1938.

Box 16

Rehabilitation for Mexican Farm laborers, by Joseph A. Facci. November 18, 1939.

 

Minorities - Miscellaneous

Box 16

California. State commission of immigration and housing. 1918.

Scope and Content Note

Report on Fresno's immigration problem with particular references to educational facilities and requirements. Sacramento, California state printing office, 1918.
Box 16

Directory of immigrant serving agencies; prepared by the Committee of Immigrant Servings Agency of the Family Welfare Council. Community Chest of San Francisco.

Box 16

Hindus in the United States: their part in the economic development of the West...., by Kharaiti Ram Samras. 1936.

Physical Description: Also includes letter to CMcW.
 

Monroe, Lillian

Box 16

[Statements and articles by and about above].

Note

SEE: The Farm Workers' Association (Box 9)
 

Muir, Robert A.

Box 16

Sacramento depression settlement survey, 1935. Submitted to the Sacramento community chest and to the Works press administration, by Robert A. Muir, supervised SERA Project 216. Sacramento. August 26, 1936.

 

National Lawyers Guild

Box 29

[No further description available].

 

Negro Importation Hearing. July 14, 1942

Box 16

Transcript of hearing conducted by Carey McWilliams on importation of Negro labor to California. 1942.

 

Negroes

Box 30

Discrimination.

Box 30

Housing.

Box 30

War Service.

 

New York (City) Mayor's Commission on Conditions in Harlem. March 19, 1935

Box 26

[No further description available].

Physical Description: Clippings, articles, etc.

Note

SEE: Haynes Papers - Negroes
 

The News - San Quentin

Box 30

[No further description available].

 

News notes

Box 10

News notes. San Francisco, California, Simon J. Lubin [Society] of California, Incorporated. November 16, 25, December 11, 25, 1936; February 8, 19, April 12, 30, December 22, 1937.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.3-4, 6-7, 9-10, 12, 15; vol.8 no.2[?].
 

Oklahoma

Box 17

Newspaper clippings, notes, and pamphlets on migration from Oklahoma, general and labor conditions.

 

Open Shop

Box 17

Union Bulletin. Los Angeles, California. The optical technicians and workers union. September 15-December 1, 1936.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.2-3, 5.
Box 17

Newspaper clippings concerned with stuggle between closed and Open Shop in Los Angeles. 1936 and elsewhere.

Physical Description: Several copies each of Organizer, Plane facts, Union bulletin.
Box 17

Three clippings from the Los Angeles Times.

Box 17

Organizer. [Los Angeles?] The Western mechanics industrial union. July 15-December 16, 1936.

Physical Description: vol.2 no.2-7, 9, 11.
Box 17

Plane facts. [Los Angeles?] The Western mechanics industrial union. November 10-December 4, 1936.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.2-3.
 

Pacific Rural Press

Box 17

[Clippings from] Pacific Rural Press and California farmer. San Francisco, California, Pacific rural Press company

Physical Description: vol.1- .
Box 17

Newspaper clippings of talks by Senator (state) John Phillips on Russia; most of them from Pacific rural press.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous clippings also included.
 

Padua Hills Theatre

Box 30

[No further description available].

 

Pan American News - Denver

Box 30

[No further description available].

 

Pension Plans

Box 17

Periodical articles, depositions, types articles, newspapers; most of them on Ham'n' eggs plan.

 

Personalities

Box 30

[No further description available].

 

The Philippines Herald Mid-Week Magazine

Box 15

The Philippines Herald Mid-Week Magazine. P.O. Box 601, Manila, Philippines. August 21, 1940.

Physical Description: vol.10 no.38.
 

Phillip, Senator John

Box 17

Newspaper clippings of accounts of his talks on Russia, Steinbeck, McWilliams, and communism. Also, his pamphlet The relief situation in California. 1940.

 

Photos

Boxes 17, 18

Snapshots and films of various camps, housing units, and migrant families. Notes on buildings and inspections.

 

Population

Box 18

Overton, Grace Sloan. The family pulls up stakes. New York, Frienship Press. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

(One of five pamphlets on population shifts in America today).
 

Population - Oklahoma

Box 18

Current farm economies, Stillwater, February-April 1940. Oklahoma, Agricultural Experiment Station.

 

Population - U.S. Nativity

Box 30

[No further description available].

 

Pro-Rate

Box 18

California. Agriculture prorate commission, Report. Sacramento, California. September 1 1934-February 28, 1937.

Physical Description: [Newspaper clippings].
 

Programs

Box 30

Conferences, associations, etc. concerned with minority problems.

 

Race Prejudice

Box 31

[No further description available].

 

Race Riot

Box 31

Boston.

Box 31

Detroit.

Box 31

Los Angeles.

Note

SEE: Zoot Suiters; Mexicans - Juvenile Delinquency
Box 31

New York.

Note

For information on the Riots in Harlem, March, 1935 SEE: Haynes Papers - Negroes.
 

Redbaiting

Box 18

Newspaper and clippings about the new deal, Russia, and individuals.

 

Regional Agricultural Council

Box 18

Report of the twenty-sixth conference of the Regional Agricultural Council for the Southern Great Plains States. Waco, Texas. October 17 and 18, 1940.

 

Relief

Box 19

Statement of Paul S. Taylor before the Special Senate Committee to Investigate Unemployment and Relief. March 14, 1938. San Francisco, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Security Administration, 1938.

Physical Description: 9 leaves.
Box 19

Correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings about situation in California. 1938-1940.

Box 19

Analysis and results of the 54th session, California Legislature. 1941.

Box 19

California - Legislature - Senate. Senate Bill no.90. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

An act making an appropriation for the relief of hardship and destitution due to and caused by unemployment and for the administration thereof, providing the conditions and terms upon which any expenditure for such relief may be made and declaring that this act shall take effect immediately. Sacramento, 1940. 12pp.
Box 19

California state industrial union council. 1941.

Physical Description: 29pp.

Scope and Content Note

Analysis and results of the fifty-fourth session, California Legislature, San Francisco.
Box 19

California. State Relief Administration. 1939. Public-welfare in California, by Edwin James Cooley, Director, San Francisco County, SRA. Revised December 5, 1939. San Francisco, 1939.

Physical Description: 20 leaves.
Box 19

California. State Relief Administration, v.p. July 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Reports of living conditions in S.R.A. single men's camps made by an enrollee.
Box 19

California. State Relief Administration. December 28, 1935. M.H. Lewis, Director.

Scope and Content Note

Special surveys and studies, progress report no.3,4, and 5.
Box 19

California. State Relief Administration. February 1940

Scope and Content Note

Summary of activities of the State Relief Administration operating in the Los Angeles County during the period of the reorganization program. Los Angeles. 58 leaves.
Box 19

California. State Relief Administration. 1939[?].

Scope and Content Note

Unemployment and relief in California. The state's no.1 problem. By Edwin James Cooley, SRA Directory for San Francisco County. San Francisco, California, 1939[?]. 28 leaves.
Box 19

Causes and consequences: A study of rural relief in relation to county backgrounds, by Paul H. Landis and Rachmiel Forschmiedt. Pullman, Washington, Rural Sociology Research Laboratory. May 1936.

Physical Description: Rural Relief Series no.1.
Box 19

The problems of relief and agriculture in California, by Louis Kuplan. December 1937.

Box 19

The problem of public support for unemployment relief programs, by William Burk.

 

Remedial Measures for Minority Problems

Box 31

[No further description available].

 

Reports - Miscellaneous

Box 19

Migratory Labor Report, by Paul Taylor.

Physical Description: 2pp.
Box 4, 19

California research committee on labor problems. Report of the sub-committee on housing. January 10, 1939.

Physical Description: [Other reports].
Box 19

Migratory labor report, by Dr. Paul Taylor. Sub-committee no.11.

Physical Description: 2pp. Typed.
Box 19

Self-help cooperative, by Dr. Taylor.

Physical Description: 3pp. Typed.
 

Rio Grande Valley

Box 31

Descriptive of the valley today.

 

Riverside - Miscellaneous

Box 19

Letters and clippings about various activities ranging from numerical society to redbaiting.

 

Riverside - Rayburn, Sheriff

Box 19

Newspaper clippings and one magazine article about the sheriff and his activities.

 

Saline Missions of New Mexico

Box 31

[No further description available].

 

Sardines

Box 19

A review of the California sardine industry with incidental consideration of its racketeers, its politician pseudo-scientists, and its misguided sportsmen enemies, by William Denman and Lyman Henry (San Francisco, California. February 1, 1936).

 

Sharecropper Demonstration - Report to the Attorney General

Box 19

Report by the Department of Justice into the sharecropper demonstration in Southeastern Missouri. March 21, 1939.

 

Shelter

Box 19

Shelter. Shelter Research, Incorporated. 34 Hubert St. New York. 1939.

Physical Description: vol.3 no.7,8.
 

Simon J. Lubin Society, Incorporated

Box 20

Their blood is strong..., by John Steinbeck. San Francisco, Simon J. Lubin society of California, incorporated. 1938.

Physical Description: 1st and 4th printings.
Box 10

The Rural Observer. September 25,1937- . San Francisco, California, The Simon J. Lubin society of California, Incorporated.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.1-4,6-12; vol.2 no.1-7 [2 December issues numbered 7; December 16 perhaps no.8]; vol.3 no.1-15; vol.4 no.2. September 1939 is the Special raisin bulletin.
Box 9

Confidential News Service. Simon J. Lubin Society, Incorporated, San Francisco, California. v.d., 1939.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.2,4,8; vol.2 no.1.
 

Sinaquarism

Box 31

Includes newspaper clippings, issues of the Mexican Labor News and El Sinarquista.

 

Sleepy Lagoon Case

Box 31

[No further description available].

 

Social Science Research Council

Box 20

The selection of cases for small social science studies, by E.W. Burgess and T.C. McCormick. New York, Social Science Research Council. August 1942.

Box 20

Research on the social effects of war as reflected by vital phenomena, by Edward P. Hutchinson. New York, Social Science Research Council. September 1942.

Box 20

Conference on agricultural labor. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Notes by Louis Kaplin.

Note

SEE: Kaplan, Louis
Box 20

Studies.

Box 20

Notes on the Conference on agricultural labor of the Social Science Research Council, by Lewis Kuplan. 1940.

 

Spanish Folksongs

Box 32

[No further description available].

 

Spanish Items

Box 32

[No further description available].

 

Steinbeck Committee

Box 20

[Letters and reports].

 

Steinbeck, John

Box 20

[Clippings of newspaper articles, most of them in regard to his book, The Grapes of Wrath].

 

Stone, Lee A.

Box 20

Carey McWilliams Demands Labor Camps be put in order, by Lee Alexander Stone.

Box 20

Articles, etc. by or about Dr. Stone, Madera County Health Officer.

 

Strikes

Box 20

Clippings, periodicals and 2 reports on various strikes in California.

 

Strikes - Los Angeles County - Vegetable

Box 20

Newspaper clippings.

 

Strikes - Orange County

Box 20

Newspaper clippings.

 

Strikes - Salinas

Box 20

Newspaper clippings, pamphlets and reports.

 

Strikes - San Francisco - General

Box 21

Articles from the Nation and newspaper clippings.

 

Taxation

Box 21

Periodicals, pamphlets, reprints, and clippings including material by Henry George and Franklin Hichborn.

Box 21

59 cent of your $1--The cost of distribution, by T.R. Carskadon. Public Committee, Incorporated. 1940.

Physical Description: Public Affairs Pamphlets no.44.
Box 21

How money works, by Arthur D. Gayer and W.W. Rostow. Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated. 1940.

Physical Description: Public Affairs Pamphlets no.45.
Box 21

Justice the object--taxation the means, by Henry George. (An address delivered in the Metropolitan Hall, San Francisco. February 4, 1980) London, The United Committee for the Taxation of Land Values.

Box 21

Moses, an address by Henry George. London, The Henry George Foundation, (1938).

Box 21

Henry George Centenary. August 30-September 2, 1939.

Physical Description: Conference Papers. Vacher & sons, limited.
Box 21

Inter-chamber tax economy report.

Scope and Content Note

An exposition of expenditures of western cities, school districts and counties. Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce of the United States in cooperation with Western Conference for Commercial and Trade Executives.
Box 21

Our taxes--and what they buy, by Maxwell S. Stewart. Public Affairs Committee, Incorporated. c. 1939.

Physical Description: Public Affairs Pamphlets, no.28 (revised).
 

Tennessee Valley Authority

Box 21

The TVA: An experiment in the Grass Roots administration of federal functions, by David E. Lilienthal. November 10, 1939.

Box 21

The TVA: a step toward decentralization. Address by David E. Lilienthal, Director of the Tennessee Valley Authority...November 29, 1940.

 

Tolan Committee

Box 21

Articles, memoranda, etc.

Box 22

U.S. Congress, 76th. House of Representatives. Select committee investigating the interstate migration of destitute citizens.

Scope and Content Note

Statements before the Tolan Committee by Catherine Bauer, John D. Black, Walter A. Duffy, CMcW, Gov. Culbert L. Olson, Harold E. Pomeroy, and Karl L. Schaupp.
 

Trade Agreements

Box 21

[Newspaper clippings and Department of State and other government releases].

 

Tucson - Fiesta

Box 32

[No further description available].

 

Ucapawa

Box 21

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: Unions in Agriculture
 

Unemployment

Box 32

Monthly Review. May 1945. Published by Railroad Retirement Board, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Unions

Box 32

Minority problems with unions.

Box 21

[Newspaper clippings and articles].

 

Unions in Agriculture

Box 21

[Examples of their periodicals, reports, etc., newspaper clippings, etc.].

Note

See: United cannery, agricultural, packing and allied workers of America (Box 22)
Box 22

The southern tenant farmers union - 1940, by J.R. Butler and Howard Kester. 1940.

Box 21

Ucapawa News. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. United cannery, agricultural, packing and allied workers of America. October 1939-October 1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.4-6, 8-10.
 

Unions - Maritime

Box 21

Newspaper clippings and a pamphlet, The truth about the waterfront, about the difficulties between the longshoremen and shipowners.

 

United Cannery, Agricultural, Packing and Allied Workers of America

Box 22

Miscellaneous correspondence, petitions, etc. regarding housing, wages, and other conditions. 1939.

Note

SEE: Unions in Agriculture
 

U.S. Bureau of the Census

Box 22

An outline of some of the important features of the 1940 population and housing censuses...

Scope and Content Note

Summary of housing figures for the U.S., by states: 1940. Total farm population (preliminary): 1940.
 

U.S. Congress, 75th

Box 22

To prevent speculation in lands in the Columbia basin. April 21, 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Hearing before the Committee on irrigation and reclamation, U.S. Senate, 75th Congress on first session on S.2172...
 

U.S. Congress, 76th - Temporary National Economic Committee

Box 22

Material on farms and farm labor presented before committee. 1940.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Box 22

Memorandum of information requested on sugar beet labor practices. 1938. Michigan Sugar Company: Alma Plant, Caro Plant, Croswell Plant, Lansing Plant, Saginaw Plant.

Box 1

A land program for forest county Wisconsin, based on an analysis of land use problems, by V. Webster Johnson, Sidney Henderson, and James H. Marshall. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. September 1939.

Physical Description: Technical bulletin no.687.
Box 23

Agricultural Planning, by Bushrod W. Allin. January 12, 1940. Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Scope and Content Note

Address, the 13th annual meeting, Texas Agricultural Workers Meeting, Texas Agricultural Workers' Association, Dallas, Texas.
Box 22

Achieving a balanced agriculture: How the National Farm Program meets the changing problem. Washington, Government Printing Office. 1940.

Box 22

Backgrounds of the war farm labor problem, prepared by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the Farm Security Administration. Washington, D.C. May 1942.

Box 22

Establishing a division of cooperatives. U.S. Senate, 76th Congress, 3rd session on S.2138. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing House, 1940.

Scope and Content Note

A bill to establish a division of cooperatives in the Department of Agriculture, and for other purposes. April 23-24, 1940. Hearings before a subcommittee of the committee on Agriculture and Forestry.
Box 22

The farm housing survey. Directed by the Bureau of Home Economics in cooperation with Bureau of Agricultural Engineering Extension Service and Office of the Secretary. Washington, D.C. March 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous publication, no.323.
Box 22

Pamphlets, clippings in regard to the work of, and table from the department.

Box 22

Water, land, and people (condensed from the original), by the Southwest Intermountain Committee. Albuquerque, New Mexico. U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1941.

Box 22

Common interests and conflicting interests of farmers and industrial labor, address by Secretary Henry Wallace. November 15, 1938. Washington, D.C.

Scope and Content Note

For November 16 papers.
Box 22

Housing requirements of farm families in the United States, by Maud Wilson. Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of Agriculture. February 1939.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture - Farm Security Administration

Box 23

Houses of rammed earth construction. Resettlement Administration, Washington, D.C.

Box 23

Rammed earth walls for farm buildings, by Ralph L. Patty and L.W. Minium. Department of Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State College, Brookings, South Dakota. Revised April 1938.

Physical Description: Bulletin 277.
Box 23

Rammed earth walls for buildings, Washington, D.C. Revised 1937.

Physical Description: Bulletin no.1500.
Box 23

Small houses.

Box 23

HUB, Visalia Migratory Labor Camp. December 1, 1939-March 1, 1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.3, 5-7, 10-17.
Box 23

May 1, 1943. Washington, D.C.

Box 23

Report of the administrator. 1938-1939.

Box 23

...Population in farm security administration migratory labor camps. Berkeley, California. August 1, 1940.

Scope and Content Note

An analysis of social and economic characteristics of families registering in FSA migratory labor camps in California and Arizona from January-April 1940. Current Report no.1.
Box 23

Papers issued by the bureau.

Scope and Content Note

Many of them are concerned with rural housing.
 

[Migrant Camp Publications]

Box 23

Voice of the Migrant, Yuba City Migratory Labor Camp, Sutter County. March 8, 15, 1940.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.14-15.
Box 23

VOTAW, Yuba City Migratory Labor Camp, Sutter County. March 22-April 30, 1940.

Physical Description: vol.2 no.1-6.
 

U.S. Office of Government Reports - Statistical Section

Box 24

Consolidated state reports ... California.

 

Visalia Migratory Labor Camp

Box 23

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: U.S. Department of Agriculture - Farm Security Administration
 

Voice of Labor (The)

Box 24

The Voice of Labor. 813 Nuuanu St. Honolulu, T.H. August 24, 1936-August 26, 1937.

Physical Description: vol.1 no.42-49, 51. vol.2 no.1, 4-23, 33-35, 38, 40, 42.
 

Wage Rate Hearings

Box 25

[Newspaper clippings, letters, etc.].

 

Wage Rate Hearings - Fresno Cotton Picking

Box 25

Fresno Cotton Picking Wage Hearing. September 28 and 29, 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of the Cotton Picking Wage Hearing, September 28 and 29, 1939, Fresno, California reported by Margaret Brolliar and Bessie Bezzerides, State Relief Administration, Fresno County.
 

Wage Rate Hearings - Government's Conference - Reports. 1939

Box 25

Reports and correspondence regarding the conference on farm labor. June 12 and 27, 1939.

 

Wage Rate Hearings - Letters for and Against

Box 25

Correspondence between officials and letters from individuals in regard to a conferenceon the prices of cotton picking for Tulare and Kern counties. September 1939.

 

Wage Rate Hearings - Madera Cotton Hearing

Box 25

Madera cotton hearing. 1939.

Physical Description: Transcripts, notes, telegrams.
Box 25

Transcript of testimony. May 9, 1939, report to the governor, notes, and telegrams.

 

Wage Rate Hearings - Miscellaneous

Box 25

Correspondence and reports concerning different hearings.

 

Wages

Box 25

Methods of wage determination in agriculture, by M.R. Benedict and R.L. Adams. The Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics, paper no.90. February 1941.

Physical Description: Reprinted from Journal of Farm Economics, vol.23 no.1.
Box 25

Summary statement on the regulation of farm wages, prepared by the Labor Division, Farm Security Administration. November 2, 1942.

Box 25

Articles on wage determination and wage scale notices used in Oregon.

 

Youth

Box 25

Youth--California's Future, by Claudia Williams, Drayton, S. Bryant, and Aaron E. Jones. March 1940. California, State of - Department of Education.

Scope and Content Note

A Summary of the findings of the California Youth Survey. California State Printing Office.
Box 25

Youth on the Highways, by Margaret Weddell Brandon. New York, Friendship Press. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

(One of five pamphlets on population shifts in America today).
Box 25

Clippings and two pamphlets.

 

Yuba City Migratory Labor Camp

Box 23

[No further description available].

Note

SEE: U.S. Department of Agriculture - Farm Security Administration