Eugenics Record Office Records

Mss.Ms.Coll.77

Date: 1670-1964 | Size: 330.5 Linear feet

Abstract

In 1910, the Eugenics Record Office was founded in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, as a center for the study of human heredity and a repository for genetic data on human traits. It merged with the Station for Experimental Evolution in 1920 to become the Department of Genetics at the Carnegie Institution, and under the direction of Charles B. Davenport and later of Albert Blakeslee and Milislav Demerec, it became the most important center for eugenic research in the nation. However with intellectual currents shifting, the Carnegie Institution stopped funding the office in 1939. It remained active until 1944, when its records were transferred to the Charles Fremont Dight Institute for the Promotion of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota. When the Dight closed in 1991, the genealogical material was filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah and given to the Center for Human Genetics; the non-genealogical material was not filmed and was given to the American Philosophical Society Library. Following the original order, the ERO Records are organized into thirteen series: I. Trait Files, 1670-1964 ; II. Trait Card Boxes, 1904-1939 ; III. Family Traits Card Boxes, 1920-1939 ; IV. RFT Submitters Card Catalog, 1910s-1930s ; V. Record of Family Traits, 1911-1940 ; VI. Fitter Family Studies, 1913-1936 ; VII. Field Worker Files, 1911-1926 ; VIII. Volunteer Collaborators, 1912-1939 ; IX. Pedigrees, 1828-1926 ; X. Harry H. Laughlin Files, 1915-1938 ; XI. Bibliographia Eugenica, 1734-1934 ; XII. Midget Schedules, 1919-1964 ; XIII. Index Card Boxes, 1910s-1930s.

Background note

The Eugenics Record Office was founded in 1910 and in 1920 merged with the Station for Experimental Evolution to become the Department of Genetics at the Carnegie Institution, in Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, directed by Charles Benedict Davenport. The E.R.O. was a repository for genetic data on human traits. The Carnegie Institution stopped funding the E.R.O. in 1939, but the Office was active until 1944. The records were then transferred to the Charles Fremont Dight Institute for the Promotion of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota. When the Dight closed in 1991, the genealogical material was filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah and given to the Center for Human Genetics; the non-genealogical material was not filmed and was given to the American Philosophical Society Library. A further history of the Eugenics Record Office can be found in the article in Appendix A, "The Records of the Eugenics Record Office, A Resource for Genealogists" by Thomas H. Roderick, Elving Anderson, Robert Charles Anderson, Roger D. Joslyn, and Wayne T. Morris, published in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. In Series X, in a folder marked "Eugenics Record Office Brochure," there is also an informational brochure that was printed by the Eugenics Record Office, probably sometime between 1910 and 1920.

Scope and content

The Eugenics Record Office Papers (1670-1964) contain trait schedules, newspaper clippings, manuscript essays, pedigree charts, article abstracts, reprints, magazine articles, bibliographies, photographs, hair samples, postcard pictures, card files, and some correspondence which document the projects of the Eugenics Record Office during the thirty-four years of its operation. These items are also included on 518 reels of microfilm, which are listed at the end of this guide to the collection.

The papers (382 boxes; 330.5 lin. feet) are divided into thirteen series:

Series ITrait Files, 1670-1964(65 boxes; 32.5 lin. feet)
Series IITrait Card Boxes, 1904-1939(13 boxes; 12.25 lin. feet)
Series IIIFamily Traits Card Boxes, 1920-1939(2 boxes; 2 lin. feet)
Series IVRFT Submitters Card Catalog, 1910s-1930s(13 boxes; 13 lin. feet)
Series VRecord of Family Traits, 1911-1940(1 box;.25 lin. feet)
Series VIFitter Family Studies, 1913-1936(5 boxes; 2.5 lin. feet)
Series VIIField Worker Files, 1911-1926(2 boxes; 1.25 lin. feet)
Series VIIIVolunteer Collaborators, 1912-1939(5 boxes; 2.5 lin. feet)
Series IXPedigrees: 1828-1926(1 box;.25 lin. feet and oversized)
Series XHarry H. Laughlin Files, 1915-1938(5 boxes; 2.5 lin. feet)
Series XI Bibliographia Eugenica, 1734-1934(21 boxes; 13.75 lin. feet)
Series XIIMidget Schedules, 1840s-1964(2 boxes; 1.5 lin. feet)
Series XIIIIndex Card Boxes, 1910s-1930s(247 boxes; 246.25 lin. feet)

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Provenance

Custodial history:

The Eugenics Record Office Papers were donated by the Charles Fremont Dight Institute for the Promotion of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota in 1992 (Accession #1992-1401ms). An addition to the collection was made in January of 1993 (Accession #1993-55ms).

Preferred citation

Cite as: Eugenics Record Office Records, American Philosophical Society.

Processing information

Jan S. Ballard and Miriam B. Spectre

African American History Note

Eugenics was inevitably entangled in many aspects of American social and political life, and particularly in setting and supporting national policy with regard to immigration and the treatment of ethnic and racial minorities. The ERO Records reflect the eugenical fascination with identifying race-based traits and with locating clear lines of demarcation between the races in terms of behavior, intelligence, and physical characteristics. Race is a particularly clear factor in several files in the Trait Files Series I (documenting the inheritance of purportedly discrete genetic characteristics): "Jamaica anthropometry" (Box 4), "Race suicide and childlessness" (Box 7), "Twins, Negro" (Box 13), "Skin color," "Spotted skin," and "Mulattoes" (Box 26), "Finger prints - Jamaica schoolchildren" and "Woolly hair" (Box 27) and several files under the heading "Race," "Race crossing," and "Negro" (Box 61, 62, 64). The Fitter Family Studies (Series VI) displays an equal concern for racial demarcation, and include some correspondence with the Race Betterment Foundation.

This note is currently under review for revision.

Genetics Note

This collection contains materials which relate to the history of genetics.

Glossary of Series Names

The following is a list of the series names as they are currently described in the collection at the American Philosophical Society; as they were described by the Dight Institute; and as they are described in "The Records of the Eugenics Records Office, A Resource for Genealogists" by Thomas H. Roderick, V. Elving Anderson, Robert Charles Anderson, Roger D. Joslyn, and Wayne T. Morris. National Genealogical Society Quarterly. 1994.

APS NameDight Institute NameRoderick Name
Series I: Trait FilesTrait FilesSpecific Trait Files
Series II: Trait Card BoxesSpecial Studies FileSpecific Traits Card File
Series III: Family Traits Card Boxes (one box was moved to Series VII)Miscellaneous #2Family Traits File
Series IV: RFT Submitters Card CatalogCatalogue Filenot named
Series V: Record of Family TraitsRecord of Family Traitsnot named
Series VI: Fitter Family StudiesFitter Family StudiesFitter Family Studies
Series VII: Field Worker FilesField Worker FilesField Worker Reports
Series VIII: Volunteer CollaboratorsVolunteer Collaborators"VC" or Voluntary ContributorFile
Series IX: PedigreesPedigrees; Box #2not named
Series X: Harry H. Laughlin FilesLaughlinnot named
Series XI: Bibliographia Eugenica Box #1not named
Series XII: Midget SchedulesMiscellaneous #1Midget Schedules
Series XIII: Index Card BoxesIndexIndex
not named (at Center for Human Genetics)"D"; "M"; "W"; Persons File"D" or Detailed Studies File; "M" or Marriage Files; Special Studies on 5x8 Cards; 5x8 Files of Newspaper Clippings

Indexing Terms


Corporate Name(s)

  • Carnegie Institution. Department of Genetics
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
  • Eugenics Record Office
  • Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology.
  • Station for Experimental Evolution

Genre(s)

  • Gelatin silver prints
  • Photomechanical prints

Personal Name(s)

  • Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944
  • Laughlin, Harry Hamilton, 1880

Subject(s)

  • Algonquin Indians
  • American Eugenics Society
  • Apache Indians
  • Aztecs.
  • Biology, genetics, eugenics
  • Carib Indians
  • Carnegie Institution of Washington
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
  • Cuna Indians
  • Davenport, Charles Benedict
  • Eskimos
  • Eugenics
  • Eugenics Record Office
  • Evolution
  • Genetics
  • Heredity
  • Human genetics
  • Indians of Central America -- Panama
  • Laughlin, Harry Hamilton
  • Plains Indians
  • Pueblo Indians
  • Race, race relations, racism
  • Sioux Nation

Collection overview

1670-1964 Box Series I: 1-65

Contains materials on single traits, or unit characteristics, considered either heritable in themselves or linked with inheritable traits. Each unit characteristic was assigned and filed by a specific trait ("A") number according to the classification scheme listed in The Trait Book (see Appendix B). Each unit-characteristic file consisted of up to three color-coded folders: a buff-colored folder for collected materials and a red and/or blue folder that contained further references and cross-references. Since the distinctions between the red, blue, and buff folders were not consistent, all three files have been integrated; the current folder labels contain all of the information that was found on the original labels. Materials include E.R.O. trait schedules, manuscript essays, pedigree charts, article abstracts, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, reprints, and magazine articles. The items in each folder were consecutively numbered and stamped with an indexing date by the Eugenics Record Office. Dates on the outside of the folder reflect the dates of the original materials (e.g., the dates of the abstracted articles); if an original date could not be determined, the stamped index date was used. All items were retained in their original numbered sequence, including blank forms, photographs, printed materials, and duplicates of items. If files contained significant photographs or correspondence, a note was made on the outside of the folder and in the folder listing.

The nature of the unit characteristics themselves is broad, ranging from the temperament of people in various professions to hair color to diseases. Likewise, the nature of materials range from abstracts of medical journal articles to postcards depicting photographs of Coney Island Dreamland Circus Sideshows. Over a hundred files concern studies of twins. The Dight Institute added ten files on Huntington's Chorea, which postdate the work of the Eugenics Record Office.

Native American Images Note : Black and white photographs of White Cuna Indians, North American Chiefs, and photomechanical prints of Mexican and Alaskan natives. Twenty-three silver gelatin prints from the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American Ethnography of formal, front and side, portraits of Pueblo, Algonquin, Apache, and Sioux men. Taken by an unknown photographer from 1870-1912, individuals are clothed in period dress with some traditional feather, braid, and earring ornamentation. Thirty-seven black and white 3 ¼" square silver gelatin photographs of the White Indians of Panama. As detailed in the World's Work article "Blond Indians of the Darien Jungle", Richard Olgesby Marsh photographed the natives in their village in 1924. Some photomechanical prints of Aztecs, Caribs, and Eskimos from such works as Harper's Monthly, New York Times, and World's Work, dating from 1908-1933. Primarily in folders A:9770-#1, A:9861.

1904-1939 Box Series II: 1-13

contains trait schedules, newspaper clippings, photographs, hair samples, postcard pictures, and some correspondence about specific traits. Like materials in Series I, items are organized according to the trait numbers listed in The Trait Book. Trait schedules within each number classification are arranged alphabetically by family name.

This series contains 13 card file boxes. (See series description.)

1920s-1930s Box Series III: 1-2

Indexes of Record of Family Traits (RFT) schedules and Family-Tree Folder (FTF) schedules. Cards in Box #1 cross-index the names of individuals who completed RFT schedules and whose surnames differ from the family name. Each card contains both surnames and includes an alpha-numeric code that was assigned to the family name, e.g., Hea-26 for Heard. (See description of Series IV.) Cards are arranged alphabetically by the surname located in the left-hand corner. Box #2 is an alphabetically arranged card catalog of the names and addresses of people who submitted FTF schedules. The cards include cross-references to schedules filed by specific trait ("A") numbers in Series I. Also included at the back of this box are similar indexes that are cross-referenced to the marriage ("M") file and to the family Traits ("D") file, which are on microfilm. For further information on interpreting the index cards and their letter codes, see Appendix A.

This series contains 2 card file boxes. (See series description.)

1910s-1930s Box Series IV: 1-13

Card catalog of the names and addresses of people who submitted Record of Family Traits schedules to the Eugenics Record Office. Each family was given an alpha-numeric code (for example, Hea-26 for Heard), and the cards are filed by these codes. The catalog covers the alphabet from A to S; the alphabet from T to Z is missing. Some cards contain cross-references (using codes) to other families.

1911-1940 Box Series V-1

One folder of originals and three folders of photocopies of completed Record of Family Traits schedules. These schedules record information about several generations of families, including names, birthplaces, birthdates, illnesses, and special abilities.

This is a sample of the records that were transferred to the Center for Human Genetics in Bar Harbor, Maine when the APS received the non-genealogical material. The APS acquired the rest of the records in 2014. The original "genealogical" material had been kept at Bar Harbor by Thomas H. Roderick, who worked at the Center for Human Genetics. After Dr. Roderick died, the records were shipped by Mrs. Roderick, with he help of Marlene Hubbard, who also works at the Center.

1913-1936 Box Series VI: 1-5

Fitter Families Examinations given in the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Oklahoma, and Texas from 1925 to 1927. These folders are filed by state. This series also includes some clippings about eugenics in law; two folders of Individual Analysis Cards for the years 1917-1936 (filed alphabetically by last name); some correspondence with the Eugenics Registry at the Race Betterment Foundation; and biographical reports and eugenics information for many individuals, some of them potential field workers for the Eugenics Record Office (filed alphabetically by last name at the end of this series). For some further information about Fitter Family Studies, see the card file located in Series VII.

1911-1926 50 Linear feet

The original Eugenics Record Office Records included two boxes of selected Field Worker Files. In 2014, the APS acquired approximately 49 linear feet of additional Field Worker Files from Mrs. Thomas Roderick and the Center for Human Genetics in Bar Harbor, Maine. As the files in the original collection had been sampled from this larger portion, they were integrated into the 2014 accession during processing in 2019.

Prior to 2019, the first two boxes of this series consisted of a sample of material taken from the files that were transferred to the Center for Human Genetics in Bar Harbor, Maine. The sample included photocopies of biographical sketches and pedigrees that were taken by field workers of the Eugenics Record Office, with some original documents. Seventeen field workers were represented in the sample, filed by field worker number. These numbers are given in a list filed under "Numbers of Eugenics Record Office Field Workers." Also in this series are notes from a field workers meeting in 1915 and a notebook that contains suggestions for the field workers about methods of keeping notes. The card file (1911-1926) in this series gives a record of each field worker by number and by name, as well as by subject and geographical location covered. The card file also includes some entries containing information on Fitter Family Studies.

The bulk of these records were transferred to the Center for Human Genetics in Bar Harbor, Maine when the APS received the non-genealogical material. The APS acquired the rest of the records in 2014. The original "genealogical" material had been kept at Bar Harbor by Thomas H. Roderick, who worked at the Center for Human Genetics. After Dr. Roderick died, the records, which had been kept in his garage, were shipped by Mrs. Roderick, with the help of Marlene Hubbard, who also works at the Center. The bulk of the series is from the 2014 accession, and the two boxes of sample files have been integrated with the rest of the material in the series, while maintaining the integrity of the sampled folders.

  
1911-1926 Box Series VII-2
  
  
  Box Series VII-1
1911 Box Series VII-1
1911 Box Series VII-1
1912 Box Series VII-1
  
1914-1915 Box Series VII-1
1913 Box Series VII-1
1913 Box Series VII-1
1913 Box Series VII-1
1917 Box Series VII-1
1915 Box Series VII-1
1916 Box Series VII-1
1917 Box Series VII-1
n.d. Box Series VII-1
1918 Box Series VII-1
1920 Box Series VII-1
1922 Box Series VII-1
1922 Box Series VII-1
1912-1939 Box Series VIII: 1-5

Files compiled by 29 volunteer field workers, who did not receive training from the Eugenics Record Office as the other field workers did. The files contain biographical reports, pedigrees, and lineages done by volunteers for families in the locale of each volunteer. The folders are filed numerically by the volunteer number of each person. The files for some volunteers are missing (10, 24, 25, 26). There are also items for which no volunteer numbers were given. These folders have been filed alphabetically after the volunteer numbers and include miscellaneous trait files, a model chart ("Rational or Artificial Selection (Model)"), and baby books and daily logs for members of the Cory family.

1828-1946 Box Series IX-1

Pedigree charts, the majority of which are oversized and in fragile condition. Most charts are detailed pedigrees and/or genealogies of specific families, including such prominent individuals as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and J.S. Bach. This series also includes more general materials used in various E.R.O. studies, e.g., a map of Quicksand, Kentucky; and physical development records of infants in Washington, D.C.

1915-1938 Box Series X: 1-6

Material that seems to have been collected by Harry H. Laughlin on the topic of blindness. There are two folders of correspondence between Laughlin and Lucien Howe (filed under Laughlin's name) from 1915 to 1928; materials for Howe's Bibliography of Hereditary Eye Defects; statistics gathered about the cost of blindness to the government; responses to questionnaires sent to colleges and universities nationwide about courses being given on eugenics in 1920; general correspondence about eye defects and blindness and about hereditary blindness; manuscripts by Lucien Howe and by Albert Govaerts; Physical Developmental Record charts and correspondence; and responses to questionnaires sent to schools for the blind. This series also includes two card files. One contains information on tuberculosis gathered by A. Govaerts for his "Heredity Factor in the Etiology of Tuberculosis." The only label that survived from a crumbling envelope that contained the other card file indicates that this file holds information about blind and partially blind people.

1734-1934 Box Series XI: 1-21

Extensive abstracts, pedigree charts, and annotated bibliographies of European and American medical journal articles that were used in the publication of Bibliographia Eugenica, a supplement to Eugenical News, which was compiled and edited by Mabel Lavinia Earle from 1927 until 1934. According to the Explanatory Note (see folder titled "Rules and Abbreviations Used in Publishing the Bibliography"), the bibliographies were intended to help investigators in the field of eugenics to "keep in touch with what has been published; and to know who are current investigators in the field of their own researches." Folders are filed alphabetically either by clinical condition or by the name of the abstracted article's author. A substantial number of the abstracts (22 folders) concern multiple births. Several files contain correspondence between Earle and Charles B. Davenport or Harry H. Laughlin, which is indicated on the outside of the folder. Also in this series are eight card file boxes that contain abstracts from Volumes I and II of Bibliographia Eugenica. The abstracts were clipped from the volumes, pasted onto file cards, and filed alphabetically by author's name. One card file contains handwritten abstracts and is also filed alphabetically by author's name.

1840s-1964 Box Series XII: 1-2

"Midget schedules" from 1934, filed alphabetically by last name. The data was compiled from midgets who were assembled from around the world to work in the "Midget Village" at the World's Fair in Chicago in 1933 and in 1934. The "midget schedules" include measurements and trait descriptions. Also in this series are files of clippings, correspondence, notes, and photographs concerning the Midget Village, including an oversized photograph of the midgets who worked there. There is one card file containing bibliographical citations about midgets, as well as traits for individual midgets.

1910s-1930s Box Series XIII: 1-247

Cards that are filed by trait number (from The Trait Book), then by surname, and then by geographical locality. There are references on each card that consist of an alpha-numeric family code (e.g., Hea-26 for Heard) that can be looked up in Series IV to find the name and address of the family who submitted a Record of Family Traits schedule to the Eugenics Record Office. This series contains 247 card file boxes. (See series description.)

  
  Box Microfilm: 1-70
  


Detailed Inventory

 Series I. Trait Files
1670-1964 Box Series I: 1-65

Contains materials on single traits, or unit characteristics, considered either heritable in themselves or linked with inheritable traits. Each unit characteristic was assigned and filed by a specific trait ("A") number according to the classification scheme listed in The Trait Book (see Appendix B). Each unit-characteristic file consisted of up to three color-coded folders: a buff-colored folder for collected materials and a red and/or blue folder that contained further references and cross-references. Since the distinctions between the red, blue, and buff folders were not consistent, all three files have been integrated; the current folder labels contain all of the information that was found on the original labels. Materials include E.R.O. trait schedules, manuscript essays, pedigree charts, article abstracts, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, reprints, and magazine articles. The items in each folder were consecutively numbered and stamped with an indexing date by the Eugenics Record Office. Dates on the outside of the folder reflect the dates of the original materials (e.g., the dates of the abstracted articles); if an original date could not be determined, the stamped index date was used. All items were retained in their original numbered sequence, including blank forms, photographs, printed materials, and duplicates of items. If files contained significant photographs or correspondence, a note was made on the outside of the folder and in the folder listing.

The nature of the unit characteristics themselves is broad, ranging from the temperament of people in various professions to hair color to diseases. Likewise, the nature of materials range from abstracts of medical journal articles to postcards depicting photographs of Coney Island Dreamland Circus Sideshows. Over a hundred files concern studies of twins. The Dight Institute added ten files on Huntington's Chorea, which postdate the work of the Eugenics Record Office.

Native American Images Note : Black and white photographs of White Cuna Indians, North American Chiefs, and photomechanical prints of Mexican and Alaskan natives. Twenty-three silver gelatin prints from the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American Ethnography of formal, front and side, portraits of Pueblo, Algonquin, Apache, and Sioux men. Taken by an unknown photographer from 1870-1912, individuals are clothed in period dress with some traditional feather, braid, and earring ornamentation. Thirty-seven black and white 3 ¼" square silver gelatin photographs of the White Indians of Panama. As detailed in the World's Work article "Blond Indians of the Darien Jungle", Richard Olgesby Marsh photographed the natives in their village in 1924. Some photomechanical prints of Aztecs, Caribs, and Eskimos from such works as Harper's Monthly, New York Times, and World's Work, dating from 1908-1933. Primarily in folders A:9770-#1, A:9861.

 A:0 #1 - A:01 #6
  Box Series I-1
A:0 #1 New Jersey State Village for Epileptics--Schedules and Forms
n.d. Box Series I-1
 "Key to the present system. Institution reporting."
n. d. Box Series I-1
 New Jersey State Village of Epileptics heredity chart.
  Box Series I-1
A:0 #2 District of Columbia--Schedules and Forms
1917 Box Series I-1
A:0 #3 Schedules and Forms
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #4 Governmental Subsidizing of Parenthood
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #5 Schedules from Stature Delineator
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #6 Class Schedules
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #7 Heredity and Eugenics
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #8 Gordon Strong Heredity Schedules
n.d. Box Series I-1
A:0 #9 Clippings
1920-1934 Box Series I-1
A:0 #10 Family Pedigree Schedules
1913-1936 Box Series I-1
A:01 #1 Development Clippings
1922-1930 Box Series I-1
A:01 #2 Development Reprints
1930, n.d. Box Series I-1
A:01 #3 Development [contains Davenport correspondence]
1922-1923 Box Series I-1
A:01 #4 Development
1922-1923 Box Series I-1
A:01 #5 Development Before Birth
1920 Box Series I-1
A:01 #6 [Contains Davenport and Laughlin correspondence]
1921-1930 Box Series I-1
 A:01 #7 - [A:011] #4
  Box Series I-2
A:01 #7 Old School House, Wisley, Ripley, Surrey, England [contains Davenport correspondence]
1920 Box Series I-2
A:01 #8 Child's Welfare Association, Washington, D.C.
1920 Box Series I-2
A:01 #9 Child's Welfare Association, Washington, D.C.
1920 Box Series I-2
A:01 #10 Abstracts on Development
1923 Box Series I-2
A:01 #11 Hastings Manual of Physical Development
n.d. Box Series I-2
A:01 #12 Kuprianoff's Development of Recruits During Military Service
1891 Box Series I-2
A:01-A:0251 Index to Development, Anthropometry, and Build
n.d. Box Series I-2
A:011 #1  
1921-1932 Box Series I-2
A:011 #2  
n.d. Box Series I-2
A:011 #3 Tables on Development
1923 Box Series I-2
[A:011] #4  
1919 Box Series I-2
[A:011] #5  
1922-1924 Box Series I-2
A:011 #6 Anthropometry--Miscellaneous
1922-1930 Box Series I-2
A:011 #7 Cross References
n.d. Box Series I-2
 A:011a #1 - A:011c #3
  Box Series I-3
A:011a #1 Anthropometry: Bowditch Correspondence
1878-1895 Box Series I-3
A:011a #2 Weight and Stature of Bowditch Family
n.d. Box Series I-3
A:011a #3 Bowditch, H.P.
[1921] Box Series I-3
A:011a #4 Bowditch, H.P.
1921 Box Series I-3
A:011a #5 Bowditch, H.P. "The Growth of Children"
n.d. Box Series I-3
A:011a #6 Bowditch, H.P. "The Growth of Children"
n.d. Box Series I-3
A:011b Anthropometry--Albert Govaerts: Belgium
1922-1923 Box Series I-3
A:011c #1 Harvard College Physical Records
1922 Box Series I-3
A:011c #2 Harvard College Physical Records
1922 Box Series I-3
A:011c #3 Harvard College Physical Records
1922 Box Series I-3
 A:011c #4 - A:02 #8
  Box Series I-4
A:011c #4 Harvard College Physical Records
1922 Box Series I-4
A:011d Oberlin College Physical Records
1924 Box Series I-4
A:011e Women's Colleges Physical Records
1922 Box Series I-4
A:011f Great Britain Anthropometry
[1860-1884], 1911 Box Series I-4
A:011g Russian Anthropometry
1911 Box Series I-4
A:011h Italy Anthropometry
n.d. Box Series I-4
A:011i Jamaica Anthropometry
1928 Box Series I-4
A:0115 Constitution
1922-1930 Box Series I-4
A:012 Retarded Development
1934, n.d. Box Series I-4
A:0143 Puberty
1912-1916 Box Series I-4
A:015 Abnormal Development--Hospital Correspondence [contains photos]
1915-1916, 1930 Box Series I-4
A:0164 Preadolescent Disease
1923 Box Series I-4
A:0165 Progeria
1923 Box Series I-4
A:0173 Adopted Children
1914 Box Series I-4
A:019 Defective Development
1919-1922 Box Series I-4
A:0193 Situs Inversus
n.d. Box Series I-4
A:02 #1  
1910-1912 Box Series I-4
A:02 #2  
1912 Box Series I-4
A:02 #3  
1913-1914 Box Series I-4
A:02 #4  
1914 Box Series I-4
A:02 #5  
1932-1934 Box Series I-4
A:02 #6  
n.d. Box Series I-4
A:02 #7  
n.d. Box Series I-4
A:02 #8  
1916-1931 Box Series I-4
 A:022 #1 - A:0251 #3
  Box Series I-5
A:022 #1 Acromegaly--Giantism
1905-1936 Box Series I-5
A:022 #2 Acromegaly--Giantism
1915-1931 Box Series I-5
A:022 #3 Giantism--Pictures
1919-1927 Box Series I-5
A:022-16 Mary Ann Bevan, "The World's Ugliest Woman"
n.d. Box Series I-5
A:023 Short Stature
1904-1935 Box Series I-5
A:024 #1 Dwarfism
1916-1926 Box Series I-5
A:024 #2 Dwarfism--Pictures
1919-1929 Box Series I-5
 Dwarf mother with two young daughters
n.d. Box Series I-5
A:025 Tallness [contains Davenport correspondence]
1920-1935 Box Series I-5
A:0251 #1 Body Build
1923-1927 Box Series I-5
A:0251 #2 Body Build--"Study in Build" by Dr. Davenport
1923 Box Series I-5
A:0251 #3 Body Build--Photographs
n.d. Box Series I-5
 Boys body build study, Figure 1
n. d. Box Series I-5
 Boys body build study, Figure 2
n. d. Box Series I-5
 Boys body build study, Figure 3
n. d. Box Series I-5
 A:0251 #4 - A:05
  Box Series I-6
A:0251 #4 Body Build
1923 Box Series I-6
A:0252 Build--Proportions
n.d. Box Series I-6
A:03 Adult Weight
1920-1923 Box Series I-6
A:032 #1 Obesity
1850-1934 Box Series I-6
A:032 #2 Obesity
1919-1935 Box Series I-6
A:032 #3 Obesity--Pictures
1904-1923 Box Series I-6
A:032 #4 Obesity--List of Names and Addresses
1918-1920 Box Series I-6
A:0322 Distrophia Adiposo-Genitalis
1913-1933 Box Series I-6
A:034 #1 Slenderness
1923-1935, n.d. Box Series I-6

Contains 24 pages of data lists pertaining to height.

A:034 #2 Slenderness--List of Names and Addresses
1920 Box Series I-6
A:035 Short and Stout
1919-1932 Box Series I-6
A:037 Short Stature
1920-1925 Box Series I-6
A:038 Tall and Slim
1918-1927 Box Series I-6
A:04 Physical Characteristics
1924 Box Series I-6
A:042 Physical Strength and Energy
1910-1914 Box Series I-6
A:043 Physical Strength
1911-1930 Box Series I-6
A:044 Physical Beauty
1931 Box Series I-6
A:05 Fecundity
1901-1933 Box Series I-6
 A:051 - A:053 #7
  Box Series I-7
A:051 Size of Family
1903-1938 Box Series I-7
A:0512 Short Interval Between Children
n.d. Box Series I-7
A:052 Race Suicide and Childlessness
1895-1921 Box Series I-7
 "Race Suicide Declared Impossible," article on Alexander Graham Bell's views on race suicide and immigration restriction
1921 May Box Series I-7
A:053 #1 Twinning
1916-1933 Box Series I-7
A:053 #2 Twinning
1921-1925 Box Series I-7
A:053 #3 Twinning
1913-1934 Box Series I-7
A:053 #4 Twinning
1913-1934 Box Series I-7
A:053 #5 Twinning
1919-1921 Box Series I-7
A:053 #6 Twinning
1913-1934 Box Series I-7
A:053 #7 Twinning
1919-1921 Box Series I-7
 A:053 #8 - A:053 #15
  Box Series I-8
A:053 #8 Twinning
1913-1934 Box Series I-8
A:053 #9 Twinning--Abstracts
1870-1921 Box Series I-8
A:053 #10 Twinning
1870-1926 Box Series I-8
A:053 #11 Twinning
n.d. Box Series I-8
A:053 #12 Intermarriage of Twinning Families
1926 Box Series I-8
A:053 #13 Twinning--Working Notes
n.d. Box Series I-8
A:053 #14 Twinning--Working Papers
1934 Box Series I-8
A:053 #15 Twinning--Kimball Family
n.d. Box Series I-8
 A:053 #16 - A:053 #23
  Box Series I-9
A:053 #16 Twinning--Association Tests
1931 Box Series I-9
A:053 #17 Twinning--Association Tests
1931 Box Series I-9
A:053 #18 Walter, Mabel R. "A Study of Fraternal Twins"
n.d. Box Series I-9
A:053 #19 Hinde Twins
1921-1923 Box Series I-9
A:053 #20 Twinning
1916-1934 Box Series I-9
A:053 #21 Twinning
n.d. Box Series I-9
A:053 #22 Twinning
1914-1931 Box Series I-9
A:053 #23 Twins--Washington, D.C.
1920-1938 Box Series I-9
 A:053 - A:053 S #6
  Box Series I-10
A:053 Brooklyn Eagle Twin Contest
Oct. 1930 Box Series I-10
[A:053 S] #1 Twin Schedules
1914-1927 Box Series I-10
A:053 S #2 Clark of Cleveland
1914-1919 Box Series I-10
A:053 S #3 Twin Schedule
1915-1926 Box Series I-10
A:053 S #4 Hapgood Twins
1919 Box Series I-10
A:053 S #5 Twin Schedules
1915-1932 Box Series I-10
A:053 S #6 Prof. Wiggam and Manager of Colonia Theatre, Chicago, IIIinois
1922-1930 Box Series I-10
 A:053 S #7 - A:053 S #14
  Box Series I-11
A:053 S #7 Twin Schedules
1917-1934 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #8 Borden Twins
1917 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #9 Twin Schedules
1917-1928 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #10 Twin Schedules
1915-1920 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #11 Bunce Twins
1917-1928 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #12 Twin Schedules
1917 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #13 Twin Schedules
1915-1920 Box Series I-11
A:053 S #14 Twin Schedules
1919-1920 Box Series I-11
 A:053 S #15 - A:053 S #21
  Box Series I-12
A:053 S #15 Twin Schedules
1919-1920 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #16 Twin Schedules
1919-1920 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #17 Twin Schedules
1921 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #18 Twin Schedules
1919-1920 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #19 Twin Schedules
1921 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #20 Twin Schedules
1922-1927 Box Series I-12
A:053 S #21 Twin Schedules
1932 Box Series I-12
 A:053 S #22 - A:0533:5658
  Box Series I-13
A:053 S #22 Twin Schedules
1932 Box Series I-13
A:053 S #23 Twin Schedules
1931 Box Series I-13
A:053:41 Twins: Intellectual Faculties
1905 Box Series I-13
A:053:453 Twins: Penmanship
1915 Box Series I-13
A:053:56 Twins--Sight and Organ of
1924 Box Series I-13
A:053:561 Twins: Ametropia
1925 Box Series I-13
A:053:5615 Twins--Myopic
1922 Box Series I-13
A:053:5616 Twins: Hyperopia
1924 Box Series I-13
A:053:5652 Twins--Nystagmus
1907 Box Series I-13
A:053.61 Twins: Teeth
1924 Box Series I-13
A:053.6238 Twins: Harelip
1927 Box Series I-13
A:053.655 Twins--Ulceration
1926 Box Series I-13
A:053.6662 Twins--Appendectomy
1924 Box Series I-13
A:053:734 Twins: Parallel Symptoms
1924 Box Series I-13
A:053:94 Twins: Reproductive System
1898 Box Series I-13
A:053:96 Twinning: Puerperal State
1908-1914 Box Series I-13
A:053:9612 Twins--Embryonic Annexa: Placenta
1881-1908 Box Series I-13
A:053:9626 Twins: Ectopic Gestation
1914-1917 Box Series I-13
A:053:96261 Twins: Premature Births
1859-1908 Box Series I-13
A:053:9628 Twinning: Eclampsia
1840-1916 Box Series I-13
A:053:9641 Twinning: Caesarian Section
1899-1917 Box Series I-13
A:053:9761,3 Twins: Negro
1833-1918 Box Series I-13
A:0531 #1 Twin Monsters
1921-1933 Box Series I-13
A:0531 #2 Twin Monsters
1843-1920 Box Series I-13
A:0531 #3 Siamese Twins [pictures]
1926 Box Series I-13
A:0532 #1 Identical Twins
1918-1939 Box Series I-13
A:0532 #2 Identical Twins [contains Laughlin correspondence]
1865-1935 Box Series I-13
A:0533 One-Egg Twins
1866-1927 Box Series I-13
A:0533:07 One-Egg Twins--Vitality
1908-1913 Box Series I-13
A:0533:019 One-Egg Twins: Defects of Development
1891-1924 Box Series I-13
A:0533:131 One-Egg Twins--Fingerprints
1924 Box Series I-13
A:0533:4 One-Egg Twins: Psychoses
1912 Box Series I-13
A:0533:422 One-Egg Twins: Phobias
1903 Box Series I-13
A:0533:55 Twins: Deafness
1927-1933 Box Series I-13
A:0533:5658 One-Egg Twins--Squint
1907-1924 Box Series I-13
 A:0533:94 - A:053084
  Box Series I-14
A:0533:94 One-Egg Twins: Reproductive System
1891-1906 Box Series I-14
A:0533:96122 One-Egg Twins: Placental Circulation
1896-1913 Box Series I-14
A:0533:9626 Tubal Twin Pregnancy--One Egg
1903-1911 Box Series I-14
A:05332 Hydramnios
1882-1921 Box Series I-14
A:05336 Twins with Single Amnion
1886-1927 Box Series I-14
A:05337 #1 Blighted Twin Fetus
1819-1920 Box Series I-14
A:05337 #2 Blighted Twin Fetus
1716-1925 Box Series I-14
A:053002 Freemartins
1910-1916 Box Series I-14
A:0530028 Twinning in Birds
1903 Box Series I-14
A:053003 Statistics on Twins
1933 Box Series I-14
A:053007 Twinning: Legal Aspects
1902 Box Series I-14
A:05301 #1 Twins--Repeating
1921-1930 Box Series I-14
A:05301 #2 Twins Development
1865-1919 Box Series I-14
A:053:015 Twins--Abnormal Development
1904 Box Series I-14
A:05302 Twins: Superfoetation
1921 Box Series I-14
A:053:02 Twins--Stature
1874-1925 Box Series I-14
A:0530029 #1 Plural Birth in Animals
1861-1910 Box Series I-14
A:053029 #2 Twins--Living Mammals
n.d. Box Series I-14
A:05303 Twins--Superimpregnation
1828-1924 Box Series I-14
A:05304 Twins--Two Ova to the Follicle
1894 Box Series I-14
A:05344 Twins--Bicornate
1894-1925 Box Series I-14
A:053:05 Twins--Fecundity
1823-1919 Box Series I-14
[A:053:051]  
1923 Box Series I-14
A:053:051 Twinning-Size of Family
1897-1912 Box Series I-14
A:053:052 Twins--Fecundity of the Mother
1869, n.d. Box Series I-14
A:053:053 Twinning Families
1869-1905 Box Series I-14
A:053:077 Twins--Longevity
1915 Box Series I-14
A:053:08 Twins--Disease
1924-1931 Box Series I-14
A:05308 Twins: Miscellaneous Clinical Histories
1841-1919 Box Series I-14
A:053081 Twins: Placental Praevia
1895-1919 Box Series I-14
A:053082 Twins--Locked
1861-1919 Box Series I-14
A:053083 Inter- and Extra-Uterine Twin Pregnancy
1878-1919 Box Series I-14
A:053084 Twinning--Intermittant
1842-1921 Box Series I-14
 A:053:127 - A:0537 #5
  Box Series I-15
A:053:127 Twins--Freckles
1926 Box Series I-15
A:053:131 Twins--Fingerprints
1934 Box Series I-15
A:053:16624 Twins: Polymastia
1903 Box Series I-15
A:053.1938 Twins--Naevus
1872-1927 Box Series I-15
A:053:199 Twins--Skin Diseases
1926 Box Series I-15
A:053:2106 Twins: Polydactylism
1841 Box Series I-15
A:053:221 Twins--Hydrocephalus
1910 Box Series I-15
A:053:313 Twins--Amentia
1862-1919 Box Series I-15
A:053:3131 Twins--Idiocy
1876 Box Series I-15
A:053:31321 Twinning--Amaurotic Idiocy
1919 Box Series I-15
A:053.31322 Twins--Mongolian Idiocy
1899-1929 Box Series I-15
A:053:314 Twinning--Epilepsy
1910-1919 Box Series I-15
A:053.316 #1 Twins--Insanity
1863-1910 Box Series I-15
A:053.316 #2 Twins--Insanity
1886-1925 Box Series I-15
A:053:3162 Twins: Dementia Praecox
1926 Box Series I-15
A:053:3164 Twins: Manic-Depressive Insanity
1935 Box Series I-15
A:053.317 Psychoses in Twins
1888-1915 Box Series I-15
A:053:32 Twinning: Cerebrum
1908 Box Series I-15
A:053:341 Twins--Paralysis
1888 Box Series I-15
A:053:3414 Hemiplegia in Identical Twins
1924 Box Series I-15
A:053.38 Nervous and Mental Disease in Twins
1952 Box Series I-15
A:053.4 Twins--Mental Traits
n.d. Box Series I-15
A:053372 Blighted Acardia--Twins
1890-1919 Box Series I-15
A:053375 Hydatid Mole--Twins
1909-1910 Box Series I-15
A:053378 Twins: Congential Deformity
1794-1900 Box Series I-15
A:0534 Two Egg Twins
1808-1910 Box Series I-15
A:0534:086 Two-Egg Twins: Dropsy
1902 Box Series I-15
A:0534:9626 Two Egg Twins: Tubal Pregnancy
1905-1919 Box Series I-15
A:05347 Twins--Blighted Two Egg Fetus
1832-1921 Box Series I-15
A:0536 Cosmobia
1905 Box Series I-15
A:0537 #1 Triplets--Clippings
1916-1935 Box Series I-15
A:0537 #2 Triplets
1844-1921 Box Series I-15
A:0537 #3 Triplets
1838-1920 Box Series I-15
A:0537 #4 Triplets
1724-1920 Box Series I-15
A:0537 #5 Triplets [includes photos]
1933 Box Series I-15
 A:0537 #6 - A:0539 #2
  Box Series I-16
A:0537 #6 Triplets
1919-1929 Box Series I-16
A:0537 #7 Triplets
1865-1926 Box Series I-16
A:0537:0531 Triplets: Monstrosities
1898 Box Series I-16
A:0537:9626 Triplets: Tubal Gestation
1902 Box Series I-16
A:053712 Triplets
1841-1920 Box Series I-16
A:053713 Triplets: All Uniovular
1889-1923 Box Series I-16
A:053714 Triplets: Triovular
1844-1920 Box Series I-16
A:053715 Repeating
1863-1920 Box Series I-16
A:053716  
1878 Box Series I-16
A:053717 Triplet: Blighted Fetus
1818-1920 Box Series I-16
A:053718 Triplets: Clinical Histories
1833-1920 Box Series I-16
A:05372 Triplets: Hydramnios
1890 Box Series I-16
A:05374 #1 Quadruplets--Clippings
1920-1935 Box Series I-16
A:05374 #2 Quadruplets
1790-1920 Box Series I-16
A:05374 #3 Quadruplets [contains Davenport correspondence]
1924-1933 Box Series I-16
A:053744 Quadruplets--Triovular
1842-1920 Box Series I-16
A:053748 Quadruplets--Clinical History
1847-1885 Box Series I-16
A:05375 #1 Quintuplets--Dionne Clippings
1934-1936 Box Series I-16
A:05375 #2 Quintuplets
1787-1920 Box Series I-16
A:05375 #3 Quintuplets [contains Davenport correspondence]
1919-1922 Box Series I-16
A:05376 Sextuplets or More
1862-1933 Box Series I-16
A:0538 Twins: Late Pregnancy vs. Precocious
1889-1922 Box Series I-16
A:0539 #1 Sex Rates
1923-1930 Box Series I-16
A:0539 #2 Sex Ratio
1912-1930 Box Series I-16
 A:053973 - A:077 #1
  Box Series I-17
A:053973  
1920 Box Series I-17
A:055 Many Descendants
1896-1919 Box Series I-17
A:06 Mating
1912-1920 Box Series I-17
A:061 Mate Selection
1862-1934 Box Series I-17
A:062 #1 Study on Consanguinity Made by William F. Blades
1913 Box Series I-17
A:062 #2 Consanguinity
1914-1930 Box Series I-17
A:0621 Consanguineous Marriage
1911-1919 Box Series I-17
A:0622 Half Sibs
n.d. Box Series I-17
A:0626 Cousin Marriages
1919-1928 Box Series I-17
A:0627 First Cousin Marriages
1913-1920 Box Series I-17
A:0629 Second Cousins Marriages
1919 Box Series I-17
A:063 Plural Matings Yielding Children
1935 Box Series I-17
A:0633 and 0634 Serial Marriages
1930 Box Series I-17
A:064 Differential Mating
1913 Box Series I-17
A:07 #1 Vitality
1912-1930 Box Series I-17
A:07 #2 Vitality
1912-1914 Box Series I-17
A:072 Stillbirths
1906 Box Series I-17
A:075 #1 Infant Deaths
1910-1934 Box Series I-17
A:075 #2 Infant Mortality
1912 Box Series I-17
A:077 #1 Longevity [contains correspondence of Davenport and J. Alden Mason]
1917-1933 Box Series I-17
 A:077 #2 - A:0826 #1
  Box Series I-18
A:077 #2 Longevity
1916-1933 Box Series I-18
A:0772 Longevity--Great
1935 Box Series I-18
A:077·459 Longevity--Athletes
1928 Box Series I-18
A:0776 Longevity (Extreme)
1912-1919 Box Series I-18
A:0779 Defects in Vitality
1919 Box Series I-18
A:08 #1 General Disease
1924-1935 Box Series I-18
A:08 #2 General Disease
1921-1922 Box Series I-18
A:08 #3 General Disease
[1921-1922] Box Series I-18
A:08 #4 General Disease
[1921-1922] Box Series I-18
A:08 #5 Incidence of General Diseases to Build
1921-1922 Box Series I-18
A:08003 Immunity
1916-1926 Box Series I-18
A:0801 Typhoid Fever
1925 Box Series I-18
A:0804 Malaria
1919 Box Series I-18
A:0805 Smallpox
1934 Box Series I-18
A:0807 Scarlet Fever
1924-1925 Box Series I-18
A:0809 Diphtheria
1924 Box Series I-18
A:0810 Influenza
1919 Box Series I-18
A:0814 Dysentery
1934 Box Series I-18
A:0817 Leprosy
1887-1920 Box Series I-18
A:08191 Chicken Pox
1930 Box Series I-18
A:08201 Abscess
1921 Box Series I-18
A:0826 #1 Pellagra
1913-1926 Box Series I-18
 A:0826 #2 - A:084 #2
  Box Series I-19
A:0826 #2 Pellagra: Reprints
1914-1917 Box Series I-19
A:0826 #3 Pellagra
n.d. Box Series I-19
A:08262 Exudative Diathesis
1909-1910 Box Series I-19
A:083 #1 Tuberculosis
1907-1913 Box Series I-19
A:083 #2 Tuberculosis
1912-1934 Box Series I-19
A:083 #3 Tuberculosis
1921 Box Series I-19
A:08311 Tuberculosis-Pulmonary
1912-1922 Box Series I-19
A:08315 Lupus (Skin Tuberculosis)
n.d. Box Series I-19
A:0833 Tuberculosis of Joints
1920 Box Series I-19
A:0836 Rickets
1913-1925 Box Series I-19
A:0837 Syphilis
1911-1930 Box Series I-19
A:084 #1 Cancer
1901-1916 Box Series I-19
A:084 #2 Cancer
1911-1912 Box Series I-19
 A:084 #3 - A:08505 #2
  Box Series I-20
A:084 #3 Cancer
1908-1934 Box Series I-20
A:084 #4 Cancer
1866-1930 Box Series I-20
A:084 #5 Cancer
1911, n.d. Box Series I-20
A:084 #6 Cancer (not complete)
1914-1923 Box Series I-20
A:084 #7 Cancer
1910-1911 Box Series I-20
A:08412 Stomach, Liver, Pylorus
n.d. Box Series I-20
A:08414 Intestinal Cancer
1925 Box Series I-20
A:08415 Cancer of Peritoneum
1926 Box Series I-20
A:0842 Cancer of the Female Genital Organs
1919-1922 Box Series I-20
A:0843 Cancer of Breast
1934 Box Series I-20
A:0846 Cancer--Face
1919 Box Series I-20
A:0849 Tumors
1913-1930 Box Series I-20
A:0849.85 Lymphosarcoma
1921 Box Series I-20
A:084986 Tumor of Spleen (Gaucher's Disease)
1926-1930 Box Series I-20
A:0850 Rheumatism
1919-1935 Box Series I-20
A:08502 Arthritis
1908-1935 Box Series I-20
A:08503 Gout
1909-1919 Box Series I-20
A:08504 Scurvy
1920 Box Series I-20
A:08505 #1 Diabetes Mellitus
1865-1931 Box Series I-20
A:08505 #2 Diabetes--Pedigrees from Files (L. Burt)
1931 Box Series I-20
 A:08505 #3 - A:0921
  Box Series I-21
A:08505 #3 Diabetes Mellitus
1930-1934 Box Series I-21
A:08506 Diabetes--Insipidus
1877-1933 Box Series I-21
A:08507 Glycosuria
1929-1935 Box Series I-21
A:08508 Pentosuria
1923 Box Series I-21
A:0851 Exophthalmic Goiter
1918-1932 Box Series I-21
A:0852 Addison's Disease, Bronze Disease
1922 Box Series I-21
A:0853 Leukemia (Hodgkin's Disease)
1847-1931 Box Series I-21
A:08534 Erythemia
1917 Box Series I-21
A:0854 Anemia
1901-1934 Box Series I-21
A:08541 Haemolytic Anemia
1926 Box Series I-21
A:08542 Pernicious Anemia
1900-1926 Box Series I-21
A:08543 Splenic Anemia
1914-1926 Box Series I-21
A:08545 Polycythaemia
1924 Box Series I-21
A:0855 Toxemia--Infectious Fevers
1920 Box Series I-21
A:0856 #1 Alcoholism
1879-1933 Box Series I-21
A:0856 #2 Alcoholism
1886-1925 Box Series I-21
A:0859 Narcosis
1924 Box Series I-21
A:086 Oedema
1907-1925 Box Series I-21
A:0861 Milroy's Disease
1917-1928 Box Series I-21
A:088 Other General Diseases
n.d. Box Series I-21
A:089 Other General Defects
1935 Box Series I-21
A:0911 Farmers and Planters
1925-1935 Box Series I-21
A:0912 Gardeners, Florists
1911 Box Series I-21
A:0916 Stock Raisers
1910 Box Series I-21:
Box v
A:092 Professional Service
1921 Box Series I-21
A:0921 Entertainers
1922 Box Series I-21
 A:09211 #1 - A:09238
  Box Series I-22
A:09211 #1 Actors
1908-1911 Box Series I-22
A:09211 #2 Actors
1909-1912 Box Series I-22
A:09211 #3 Actors
1908-1912 Box Series I-22
A:09211 #4 Actors
1916-1930 Box Series I-22
A:09212 Showmen
1921-1930 Box Series I-22
A:[09]213-aaa Theatrical Managers
1910-1911 Box Series I-22
A:09214 Instrumental Musicians
1934-1935 Box Series I-22
A:[09]2141-aaa Orchestra Conductors
1920 Box Series I-22
A:[09]215-aaa Singers
1909-1913 Box Series I-22
A:[09]216-aaa Dancers
1911 Box Series I-22
A:09217 Jockeys
1929 Box Series I-22
A:0922 Artists
1910-1925 Box Series I-22