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Margaret Bourke-White Papers

An inventory of her papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Bourke-White, Margaret, 1904-1971.
Title: Margaret Bourke-White Papers
Dates: 1863-1984
Bulk Dates: 1928-1964
Quantity: 245 linear ft.
Abstract: Biographical material, correspondence, photographs, recordings, writings, and memorabilia. Memorabilia consists of financial, legal, and printed materials, photographic equipment, scrapbooks, and miscellany.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was an American photographer, war correspondent, author and photojournalist. Among her many achievements, she was the first foreign photographer allowed to take pictures in the USSR of Soviet industry, the first female war correspondent, and the first female photographer for Life magazine, where her work appeared on the cover of the magazine's first issue. She was the author of more than ten books, including her autobiography Portrait of Myself (1963). She received numerous awards over her career, including honorary doctorates from Rutgers University and the University of Michigan, and in 1997 she was designated a Women's History Month honoree by the National Women's History Project.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Margaret Bourke-White Papers, spanning 1863 through 1984, comprise biographical material, correspondence, photographs (prints, negatives, color transparencies, slides, etc.), writings, and memorabilia of the American industrial photographer, photojournalist, war correspondent and author (1904-1971). The collection not only reflects her personal life, but also illuminates the chaotic historical times (life in the United States during the Depression; World War II Africa, Germany, Italy and Russia; the partition of India; Korea's guerilla war) Bourke-White chronicled as a photographer for Henry Luce's Time, Inc. (first for Fortune (1930-1936) and then, from its inaugural issue in 1936, Life).

Biographical material contains autobiographical documents including data Bourke-White supplied for biographical reference books, chronologically arranged biographical items, and awards. Biographical materials include a birth certificate, marriage and divorce papers from the 1920s, a 1919 character analysis, mementos from her youth, and her mother's notes on Bourke-White's childhood. Also included here is a complete list of all Bourke-White's Life magazine assignments, compiled by Special Collections staff for reference purposes.

Correspondence-subject files are subdivided into Family and General. Arranged chronologically, Family correspondence begins with letters dated 1863 of Bourke-White's maternal grandparents, Joseph and "Bella" Bourke, and also includes those of parents Minnie and Joseph White, sister Ruth, brother Roger, and several other aunts, uncles, and cousins. General correspondence-subject files follow, arranged alphabetically, and extend to Bourke-White's death in 1971. Through the mid-1950s, correspondence of most depth and duration includes that of advertising agency Meldrum & Fewsmith, Inc., friend M. Jerry Papurt, publishers Simon & Schuster, secretary Margaret Smith, and Time, Inc. Reflecting the scope of her influence and career, Bourke-White's correspondence includes that of artists (Boris Artzybasheff, Rockwell Kent, Georgia O'Keeffe, Lee Simonson, John Vassos, Gluyas Williams); authors (Sherwood Anderson, Pearl Buck, Stanley Burnshaw, Norman Cousins, Theodore Dreiser, Joseph Freeman, John Gunther, Lillian Hellman, Maurice G. Hindus, Joseph North, Robb Sagendorff, Stefansson Vilhjalmur); entertainers (Pablo Casals, Maurice Chevalier, Burl Ives, Andre Kostelanetz, Alexander (Abrasha) Schneider); industrial clients (Aluminum Company of America, American Iron and Steel Institute, Atlantic Refining Company, Bethlehem Steel Company, Congoleum-Nairn Corporation, Flintkote Company, Ford Motor Company, Gulf Oil Corporation, International Harvester Company, International Paper Company, Lehigh Portland Cement Company, National Engraving Company, Otis Steel Company, Oxford Paper Company, Swift and Company); journalists (Robert Cromie, Irv Kupcinet, Frank Moraes, Edward R. Murrow, Robert L. Sherrod, John Cameron Swayze, Lowell Thomas, Dorothy Thompson, Louis Wiley); photographers (Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Yousef Karsh, Dorthea Lange, Jackie Martin, Edward Steichen, Ralph Steiner, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston); and politicians/world leaders (Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob Javits, John Lindsay, Clare Boothe Luce, Jawaharlal Nehru, Richard Nixon, Franklin D. Roosevelt).

Glass plates contains about one hundred glass plate negatives, a mix of personal and professional photographs including some from Russia.

Memorabilia consists of financial and legal material, photographic equipment, printed material, scrapbooks, and miscellany. Financial material is predominantly banking records and Bourke-White Studios (1928-1941) business. Legal memorabilia comprises various insurance policies, contracts, wills and studio releases. Also included in this series are books, clippings, and other printed material relating to Bourke-White. Various issues of periodicals are arranged by title, with the exception of Trade Winds which is out of sequence in deference to its extent and role in Bourke-White's early career. Scrapbooks contain a variety of clippings about Bourke-White. Miscellany contains various mementos (memberships and identifications, theater programs, stenographers' notebooks, photography studio plans, war bonds posters); items about Bourke-White; and items from other people (writings by others, including the diary of her physical therapist, music, and a pencil portrait).

Photographic equipment consists of Bourke-White's cameras, camera cases, accessories, and other tools of her trade. Reflecting both technological growth and the rigorous demands Bourke-White placed upon her equipment (and herself), these range from a simple pocket box camera to a large camera specifically designed for aerial photography, and also include a wooden view camera, 35mm cameras, and optically complex German lenses. Some are in near-perfect condition; other show the effects of hard use, include mold, rust and physical damage.

Photographs, personal contains photographs of family, friends, animals, landscapes, etc. There are a number of candid photographs of Bourke-White herself, alone and with others, some taken while she was on location for various jobs. The items are a mixture of color and various types of black and white prints, and a few negatives. Some items have accompanying letters, captions, notes, etc. An item-level inventory of this material is available in Excel form.

Photographs, professional consist of photographs taken by Bourke-White for clients, both corporate (airlines, factories, magazines, railroads, steel mills, universities, etc.) and individual. The vast majority are black-and-white prints, contact prints, and interpositives, with a few color items. An item-level inventory of this material is available in Excel form.

Independent jobs - Corporate clients of note in this subseries include Fortune Magazine, Goodyear, National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Pan American Airways (Pan Am), and Transworld Airlines (TWA). Individual clients include portraits (Patrick Clyne, Sergei Eisenstein, Mrs. Fitelson and baby) as well as estates and gardens (H. W. Albers, Dr. Charles Briggs, Leonard Hanna). For almost all of these, the three-letter code for the job is given in square brackets -- for example, "Easter Air Lines [EAL]".
LIFE magazine jobs - Bourke-White was sent on numerous photographic assignments for LIFE magazine over the course of her career (the very first issue of the magazine bore one of her photographs on the cover). Assignments included companies/organizations (Grumman Aircraft, Strategic Air Command, American Jesuits), places (Mt. Wilson observatory, Jersey City, Wenner Gren Land, Syria, Russia, North Africa), individuals (James Farley, Cordell Hull), and topics (food, Hollywood sets, London blackout, America from a helicopter). Not all of Bourke-White's Life assignments are represented in the collection; for a complete list of Life jobs, compiled by Special Collections Research Center staff, see Biographical material. Where applicable, the three-letter code for the job is also given in square brackets -- for example, "Connecticut River Valley [CRV] [LIFE Job #32964]".
Book-related work - Bourke-White published several books, alone and with her husband Erskine Caldwell. Books represented here include North of the Danube, Say Is This the U.S.A.?, They Called It Purple Heart Valley, and You Have Seen Their Faces. Some of these grew out of assignments for LIFE; relevant LIFE job numbers are given in parentheses. Where applicable, the three-letter code for the job is given in square brackets -- for example, "North of the Danube [NOD]".
India - LIFE magazine sent Bourke-White on assignment to India several times between 1946 and 1951. Rather than filing these by separate job number in the LIFE section, they are grouped here, with additional India photographs which may or may not be related to LIFE jobs.
Korea - Here will be found a small number of photographs of Korea taken on assignment for LIFE magazine
Russia, early 1930s - Subjects include Stalin's mother and great aunt, a ballet school, rolling mills, and cities such as Magnetogorsk and Novorossisk.
Russia, 1940s - Many of these are related to Bourke-White's book Shooting the Russian War.
South Africa - These were likely taken on assignment for LIFE. This subseries includes some color material.
World War II - Perhaps best-known of Bourke-White's photographs are those taken on assignment for LIFE during World War II. Subjects include Allied troops and installations (U.S. Bomber Command in England, WACS in North Africa, French divisions in North Africa, air artillery in Italy, 5th Army at Christmas), individuals (Dwight D. Eisenhower, General T. Roosevelt, the Italian royal family, suicides in Leipzig, the Krupp family), and Buchenwald concentration camp. Some were used in the book Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly.
Nature series - This subseries contains a range of nature photographs, include flowers, animals, birds, moths, etc.
Miscellaneous / unidentified jobs - This subseries contains a mix of color transparencies, black-and-white prints, contact prints, and interpositives. Subjects include Russia,

Recordings consists of audiotapes (reel to reel tapes and audiocassettes), dictation discs, moving image recordings (VHS, U-matic, and 16mm, including a home movie of Bourke-White's goddaughter Wendy Waldroup), and phonodiscs (most 78rpm). Content of the recordings includes speeches, radio interviews, and speech therapy recordings made after Bourke-White was diagnosed with Parkinson's.

Writings includes handwritten and typescript manuscripts and published versions of articles, books, interviews, and lectures, as well as notes and miscellany. Writings are arranged alphabetically by title within each category and by beginning sentence or interviewing agency when titles are not supplied. Author and/or co-author of ten books relating to her photojournalistic experiences, the collection contains typescripts for Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly (a "candid picture" of a defeated Germany, people and country); Eyes on Russia ("personal impressions" of the Soviet Union and of the "new industry ... being built under the Five Year Plan" during the summer of 1930); Halfway to Freedom (a chronicle of the fight for India's independence and the resulting formation of Pakistan); Shooting the Russian War (documentation of the scenes relating to the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941); and They Called It Purple Heart Valley (observations of the World War II Italian war theater, primarily Cassino Valley).

Also included here are drafts and typescripts of Bourke-White's autobiography and last published work, Portrait of Myself, in which she wrote of her struggle with the Parkinson's Disease which was later to claim her life, the topic also of a photojournalistic article in Life. (For published editions of her books that have been cataloged, please refer to the Classic Catalog .) Reference notes are arranged by subject for various writing projects and include those Bourke-White assembled while on various photography assignments and as a World War II war correspondent, as well as the notebooks she kept in Japan and Korea. Miscellany contains the manuscript for an unpublished book, juvenilia, film notes and reviews.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Biographical material, correspondence-subject files, and memorabilia are arranged alphabetically by name or topic. Glass plate negatives and photographic equipment. Personal photographs are in roughly chronological order. Professional photographs are subdivided as described above. Recordings are subdivided by type; within that, they are in no particular order except for the phonodiscs, which are arranged alphabetically by title or assigned title. Writings are arranged alphabetically by type and within that by title.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research.

Access to recordings requires advance notice for production of a use copy.

Color photographs, transmissives, and glass plate negatives are currently out for digitization and not accessible to staff or researchers.

Use Restrictions

Researchers are not allowed to take photographic images or order scans of Margaret Bourke-White photo prints without copyright holders permission. Contact the Reference and Access Services Librarian for information regarding copyright restrictions.

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

The film "Eyes on Russia" is restricted to in-house use only; loans and duplication prohibited.

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Related Material

Published editions of Bourke-White's books have been transferred to Rare Books for cataloging. Please refer to the Classic Catalog to locate these items.

See also the papers of Bourke-White's husband, author Erskine Caldwell. Special Collections Research Center also has a small artificial collection of material related to Bourke-White.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Bourke-White, Margaret, 1904-1971.

Corporate Bodies

Time, inc.

Subjects

Advertising -- Photographers.
Advertising photography.
Aerial photography.
Commercial photography.
Documentary photography.
India-Pakistan Conflict, 1947-1949 -- Photography.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Photography.
Photographers -- United States -- 20th century.
Photographers -- United States -- Biography.
Photographs.
Photography -- Equipment and supplies.
Photography, Artistic.
Photography, Industrial.
Photography, Military.
Photojournalism.
Photojournalists -- United States -- 20th century.
War correspondents -- 20th century.
War photography.
Women photographers.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Journalists.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Photography.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Pictorial works.

Places

India -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works.
Pakistan -- History -- Pictorial works.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- Pictorial works.
Soviet Union -- Pictorial works.
United States -- Social conditions -- Pictorial works.

Genres and Forms

16mm (photographic film size)
Articles.
Black-and-white photographs.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Color film (film)
Correspondence.
Documentary photographs.
Glass plate negatives.
Manuscripts for publication.
Negatives (photographs)
News photographs.
Photographs.
Scrapbooks.
Slides (photographs)
Sound recordings.
VHS.
Video recordings (physical artifacts)

Occupations

Photographers.
Photojournalists.
War correspondents.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Margaret Bourke-White Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Majority of collection, gift of Roger B. White, 1972.

Additional items, gifts of White and others, 1973-2008.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: SEH
Date: Nov 1991
Revision history: 20 Jul 2005 - EAD file created (MRR); 1 Sep 2011 - corrected Roosevelt folder, box 42 (MRR); 30 Jan 2012 - added recordings, updated description (MRC); 22 Aug 2012 - added ID numbers for recordings (MRC); 17 Dec 2012 - updated equipment list (MRC); 31 Jul 2015 - all prints, negatives, color material etc. added to inventory at folder level; item-level inventory completed in Excel; box numbering reconciled and duplicate numbers resolved; artifacts boxed; moving image material added (MRC); 28 Jan 2016 - fixed folder 604; 31 Aug 2016 - deleted folder 393OS (does not exist); 20 Oct 2016 - video and film items updated (MBD); Oct 2019 - all photographic material, including prints, negatives, transmissives, etc., rehoused and those series renumbered (MRC); 18 May 2021 - extensive updates following NEDCC rehousing and digitization project (MRC)

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Inventory

Biographical material
Box 1 Autobiographical material 1928-1968, undated (4 folders)
Box 1 Awards 1935-1969
Box 1 Life assignments, complete listings - compiled by archives staff; one list is by job number, the other is alphabetically by title
Correspondence-subject files
Family
Box 1 Family 1863-1919 (3 folders)
Box 2 Family 1921-1937 (13 folders)
Box 3 Family 1939-1971, undated (9 folders)
Box 3 Empty envelopes
Box 4 A - Misc (6 folders)
Box 4 Abbey, Stuart G.
See University of Michigan; Memorabilia: Miscellany: Photos/Stuart G. Abbey.
Box 4 Abbott, Berenice 1939
Box 4 Abeles, Elvin 1933
Box 4 Abercrombie & Fitch Co. 1934-1965
Box 4 Abraham Lincoln Brigade 1938-1939
Box 4 Abrams, Dorothy 1959-1960
Box 4 Acme Newspictures Inc. 1936
Box 4 Adams, Ansel 1933-1959
Box 4 Adcraft Club of Detroit 1935
Box 4 Advertising agencies (miscellaneous) 1932
Box 5 Advertising Women of New York 1935-1938
Box 5 Affiliated Schools for Workers 1937
Box 5 Airbrush designs (pencil)
Box 5 Airlines time tables 1934-1937
Box 5 Alber & Wickes, Inc. 1933-1934
Box 5 Albere, Jay H. 1934-1935
Box 5 Albers, W. H. 1928-1929
Box 5 Alexander, Albert Ernest 1968
Box 5 Allied Forces Headwuarters 1943
Box 5 Alpha Omicron Pi 1935-1966
Box 5 [B.] Altman & Company 1933-1940
Box 5 Altschul, Frank 1933-1964
Box 5 Aluminum Company of America 1932-1941 (2 folders)
Box 5 Alva, Violet 1959-1960
Alves, Mary
See Time, Inc.
Box 5 Amateur Cinema League, Inc. 1933
Box 5 American Architect 1934
Box 5 American Artists Congress 1935-1938
Box 6 American Artists Congress 1939, undated
American Artists School 1936-1939
Box 6 American Can Company 1934-1942 (2 folders)
Box 6 American Catalin Corporation 1932-1935
Box 6 American Civil Liberties Union 1933, 1938
Box 6 American Education Press 1934-1935
Box 6 American Express Company 1933-1941
Box 6 American Federation of Arts 1933-1935
Box 6 American Federation of Labor 1932-1934
Box 6 American Federationist 1932-1936
See also Memorabilia: Scrapbooks: American Federationist.
Box 6 American Friends Service Committee 1938-1939
Box 6 American Institute 1933-1938
Box 6 American Iron and Steel Institute 1935
Box 6 American League for Peace and Democracy 1938-1939
Box 6 The American Magazine 1933-1934
Box 6 American Museum of Natural History 1929-1940, undated
Box 6 American Optical Company 1936-1938, undated
Box 6 American Photographic Publishing Company 1935-1957
Box 6 American Russian Institute 1932-1939
Box 6 American Society of Magazine Photographers 1954-1959
See also University of Miami Photojournalism Conference
Box 6 American Tobacco Company 1934
Box 6 American Women's Association 1934-1957
Box 7 American Woolen Company 1935
Box 7 American Youth Congress 1937-1939
Box 7 American Youth Congress (newsletters) 1937-1939
Box 7 Amkino Corporation 1933-1935
Box 7 Amtora Trading Corporation 1932-1934
Box 7 Anderson, Sherwood 1935-1937
Box 7 Andress, Mary Vail 1934-1959
Box 7 Andrews, Archie M. 1933-1938
Box 7 Angeli, Mary-Louis 1963
Box 7 Angelone, Romolo 1933
Box 7 Angoff, Charles 1935
Box 7 Antigua 1965
Box 7 Antioch College 1935-1938
Box 7 Apeda Studio 1934-1941
Box 7 Apparel (miscellaneous) 1937-1953, undated
Box 7 The Architectural Forum 1932-1935
Box 7 The Architectural Record 1929-1939
Box 7 Arden, Elizabeth 1934-1936
Box 7 Argus Company 1934-1956, undated
Box 7 Armour and Company 1934-1935, undated
Box 7 Armstrong, Frank 1942-1961
Box 7 Armstrong, Hamilton Fish 1938-1939
Box 7 Art Institute of Chicago 1957-1958
Box 7 Artzybasheff, Boris 1939, undated
Box 7 Associated Press 1934, 1938
Box 7 [E. C.] Atkins and Company 1935
Box 8 Atkinson, J. H. and L. A. 1943-1965
Box 8 Atlantic Refining Company 1934
Box 8 [N. W.] Ayer & Son 1933-1956
Box 8 [L. S.] Ayres & Company 1935-1942, undated
Box 8 B-Bul (7 folders)
Box 9 Bum-Bz (1 folder)
Box 9 Bailey, Edna Watson 1937
Box 9 Baker, Jones, Hausauer, Inc. 1933-1936
Box 9 Baldwin, Faith 1959-1962, undated
Balfour, Honor
See Time, Inc.
Box 9 Barbirolli, John 1938
Box 9 Barta Press 1935-1938
Box 9 Barton, Bruce 1933-1959
Box 9 Batten, Barton, Durstine, & Osborn 1933-1962
Box 9 Baylinson, S. Brian 1934-1936 (2 folders)
Box 9 Beauvois, Jacques 1934-1935
Box 9 Beck Engraving Company 1933-1935, undated
Box 9 Bedi, Baba Pyare Lal 1948-1964, undated
Box 9 Bedlington terriers 1938-1939
Box 9 Behrens, Jacob 1937-1939
Box 9 Bell, Earl 1936-1937
Box 9 Bement, Alon 1934-1939
Box 9 Bemis, Alfred Hall 1931-1956
Box 9 Benes, Edouard 1939
Box 9 Benton & Bowles, Inc. 1933-1935
Box 9 Berindranath, Deuan 1964, undated
Box 9 Bethlehem Steel Company 1934-1936
Box 9 Better Vision Bureau 1934-1935
Box 9 Bharati, Dharam Vir 1965
Box 9 Bickel, Karl August 1933
Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau
See Stone, Hannah M.
Box 9 Black, Algernon D. 1969
Box 9 Black Star Publishing Company 1936-1964
Box 9 Blackman Company 1934-1963, undated
Box 9 Blaker Advertising Company 1933-1935
Box 9 Bloch, Lucienne undated
Box 9 Block, Irvin 1966, undated
Box 9 Bloomingdale Brothers, Inc. 1933-1940, undated
Box 9 Bogdanov, Peter A. 1934
Box 9 Bonnycastle, Richard H. G. 1937-1938
Box 9 Bonwit Teller 1933-1962
Bourke, Joseph and "Bella" (Isabella) (maternal grandparents)
See Correspondence-subject files : Family.
Box 9 Bowles, Chester and Steb 1958-1969
Box 9 Boyd, Maxwell 1942-1943, undated
Breathitt, Edward T.
See Thomas, Jean.
Box 9 Brentanos 1934-1935
Box 9 British Broadcasting Corporation 1938-1964
Box 9 Bromfield, Louis 1942, undated
Box 10 Brooke, Smith & French, Inc. 1934-1939
Box 10 Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences 1932-1936
Browder, William E.
See New Masses.
Box 10 Brown, Karl 1934-1963, undated
Box 10 Brown, Kilburn R. 1934-1935, undated
Box 10 Brown & Bigelow 1935-1937
Box 10 Bryn Mawr College 1933-1937
Bryn Mawr Summer School for Workers in Industry
See Bryn Mawr College.
Box 10 Buck, Pearl S. 1940-1941, undated
Box 10 Buckus, Jean L. 1935
Burnshaw, Stanley
See New Masses.
Box 10 Business and Professional Women, Inc. 1935-1955
Butts, Virginia
See Time, Inc.
Box 10 C-Com (5 folders)
Box 11 Con-Cz (2 folders)
Caldwell, Erskine
See Erskine Caldwell Papers.
Box 11 Caldwell family 1942-1969, undated
Box 11 Call, Hughie undated
Box 11 Callahan, Sean
See Time, Inc.
Box 11 Campbell-Ewald Company 1933-1942
See also Transcontinental & Western Airways; Hiram Walker & Sons, Inc.
Box 11 Canadian trip 1937, undated
Box 11 Canfield, Bertrand R. 1935
Box 11 Canon Camera Company, Inc. 1956-1957, undated
Box 11 Capa, Cornell 1959-1968, undated
Box 11 Capron, Mildred Stead 1963-1971
Box 11 Carroll, Theodus 1967, undated
Box 11 Casals, Pablo 1949, 1970
See also Schneider, Alexander.
Box 11 Catlin, George Edward Gordon 1932-1934, undated
Box 11 Cats 1957-1971, undated
Box 11 Chapman, Everett (first husband)
See Correspondence-subject files : Family.
Box 11 Chase National Bank 1933-1941
Box 11 Chen, Jack 1938
Box 11 Chevalier, Maurice 1969
Box 11 Chicago Daily News 1934
Box 11 Chicago trips 1933-1934
Childs High School exhibit
See Evander Childs High School exhibit.
Box 11 Choosing-a-Career Conference Jun 1934
Box 12 The Christian Science Monitor 1933-1936
Box 12 [W. P.] Chrysler Building Corporation 1930-1934
Box 12 Chrysler Corporation 1934-1935
Churchill, Bill
see Time, Inc.
Box 12 Churchill, Winston 1939
Box 12 Clark, Emily 1939
Box 12 Cleveland Museum of Art 1934-1964
Box 12 Clyne, William Patrick 1933-1941
Box 12 Coates, Robert M. undated
Box 12 Cocktail party 1933-1934
Box 12 [Abe] Cohen's Exchange Inc. 1935-1936
Box 12 College Art Association 1932-1938
Collins Publishers
See Knittel, Robert/Rainer, Luise.
Box 12 Color photography 1934, undated
Box 12 Columbia Broadcasting System Inc. 1935-1964, undated
See also Wershba, Joe.
Box 12 Columbia Lecture Bureau 1941-1942
Box 12 Columbia Pictures Corporation 1933-1934, undated
Box 12 Columbia University 1933-1970
Box 12 Commercial Solvents Corporation 1936-1937
Box 12 Concert Management Arthur Judson, Inc. 1934
Box 12 Conde Nast Publications, Inc. 1929-1941, undated
Box 12 Congoleum-Nairn Corporation 1936-1937, undated
Box 12 Cook, Marion Belden 1935-1937
Box 12 Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague 1949
Box 12 Corbett, Edith 1934
Box 12 Cord, Walter (Stars & Stripes) 1952 - includes photographs of MBW taken by Harry Koorajian, Signal Corps photographer
Box 12 Cornell University 1932-1939 (2 folders)
Box 13 Cornell University 1940-1971, undated
Box 13 Cosmopolitan 1933-1936
Box 13 Cousins, Norman and Ellen 1939-1971, undated
Box 13 Coxe, Daniel and Dorothy 1936-1969, undated
Box 13 Crane, Arnold H. 1966
Box 13 Cromie, Robert 1933-1963
Box 13 Crone, Berta 1934
Box 13 Crowninshield, Frank undated
Box 13 Culinary 1950s
Box 13 Cunningham, Imogen 1971
Box 13 Curtis, E. P. "Ted" 1932-1966
Box 13 Cushman, Helen Caldwell 1951-1963, undated
Box 13 D (4 folders)
Box 14 Daily Times (Chicago) 1933
Box 14 Dam assignments 1934-1936, undated
Box 14 Darien Community Association 1956-1967
Box 14 Dearing, Albin Pasteur 1939
Box 14 Andre Debrie 1931-1934
Box 14 De Liagre, Alfred and Mrs. 1931-1939
Box 14 Delineator Editorial Offices 1934-1936, undated
Box 14 Delman Inc. 1934-1935
Box 14 Deskey, Donald 1932-1934
Box 14 Detroit Institute of Arts 1933-1966
Box 14 Deutsche Botschaft undated
Box 14 DeVries, Lini 1966
Box 14 Dewey, John and Evelyn 1932-1939
Box 14 [M. H.] de Young Memorial Museum 1932-1933
Box 14 Diehl, Ambrose and Frances 1933-1967, undated
Directions
See Harris, Marguerite Tjader.
Box 14 Dodd, Martha 1938-1939
Box 14 Dodd, Mead & Company 1935, 1940
Box 14 Dombo,"Tubby" Luf 1931-1966, undated
Box 14 [R. R.] Donnelly & Sons Company 1942, 1970
Box 14 Dorne, Albert 1964, 1967
Box 14 Dreiser, Theodore 1938
See also Meyer, Rose D.
Box 14 Dreyfuss, Henry 1934-1942
Box 14 Drought assignment Aug. 1934-1935, undated
Box 14 Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc. 1941-1942
Box 14 Dugan, Tom 1953, undated
Box 14 The Dupont Magazine 1934-1935, undated
Box 14 Durant, Kenneth C. and Clara 1933-1963, undated
Box 14 Duryea, Drix 1933-1935, undated
See also National Broadcasting Company (NBC).
Box 15 Dust storm assignments 1935, 1954, undated
Box 15 E (2 folders)
Box 15 Earhart, Amelia 1933-1934
See also Putnam, George Palmer.
Box 15 Earle, Harley 1935
Box 15 Eastern Airlines job 1935-1963, undated (2 folders)
Box 15 [George] Eastman House exhibitions 1956-1965
Box 15 Eastman Kodak Company 1930-1956, undated (3 folders)
See also Newhall, Beaumont and Nancy.
Box 15 Eisenhower, Dwight David 1943
Box 15 Eisenstaedt, Alfred and Kathy 1947-1971, undated
See also Time, Inc.
Box 15 Elliott Company 1933
Elson, Robert
See Time, Inc.
Box 15 Employees 1934-1935
Box 15 Erwin, Wasey & Company, Inc. 1933-1939, undated
Box 16 Esquire 1933-1957, undated
Box 16 European trips 1938-1939
Box 16 Evander Childs High School exhibit 1964
See also United States Information Service.
Box 16 Exhibition catalogs (miscellaneous) 1931-1968 (2 folders)
Experimental Cinema
See Stern, Seymour.
Box 16 "Eyes on Russia" and "Red Republic" (motion pictures) 1932-1934, undated
Box 16 F-Fk (2 folders)
Box 17 Fl-Fz (2 folders)
Box 17 Fairchild Aerial Camera Corporation 1935-1937
Box 17 Fairfield County Trust Company 1957-1966
Box 17 Famous Photographers School 1964-1968, undated
Box 17 Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc. 1955-1957, undated
Box 17 Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York City 1934-1959
Box 17 Feibleman, James Kern undated
Box 17 Fern, Alan 1970-1971
Box 17 Film and Photo League 1933-1935, undated
Box 17 Film Society Inc. 1933-1937, undated
Box 17 Finlay Colour Limited 1933-1934
Box 17 Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1935
Box 17 Fischer, Louis and Markoosha 1932-1964
Box 17 Fisher, Ray and Sue 1960-1971
Box 17 Fitelson, H. William 1932-1936, undated
Box 17 Fleming, Archibald Lang 1937-1952
Box 17 Fletcher & Ellis, Inc. 1934-1935
Box 17 Fleury, Serge 1933-1934
Box 17 Flintkote Company 1934-1936
Box 17 Foley, Martha 1934, 1938
Box 17 Ford Motor Company 1934-1935
Box 18 Foreign Policy Association 1933-1942
Box 18 Form letters 1932-1936
Box 18 Forsee, Aylesa 1965-1966
Box 18 Fortiner, Virginia J. 1934, undated
Fortune
See Time, Inc.
Box 18 Frary, Ihna Thayer 1960
Box 18 Fratkin, Ethel (employee) 1932-1960, undated (3 folders)
Box 18 Freeman, Joseph 1931-1963
Box 18 Fred F. French Management Company 1933-1938
Box 18 Friends of the Soviet Union 1932-1938, undated
Box 18 Fritzsche Brothers, Inc. 1935-1936
Box 18 Fuller, Richard Buckminster 1933
Box 18 Fuller & Smith & Ross, Inc. 1933-1939
Box 18 G-Grd (3 folders)
Box 19 Gre-Gz (1 folder)
Box 19 Gafney, Hugh 1934-1967, undated
Box 19 Gale Company 1930-1944 (2 folders)
Box 19 Gallagher, Barrett 1933
Box 19 Galleon Press, Inc. 1936-1937
Box 19 Gannett, Lewis Stiles and Ruth Crisman 1934-1936
Box 19 Gardening 1939
Box 19 Gardner Advertising Company 1929-1939
Box 19 Geddes, Norman Bel 1929-1944, undated
Box 19 Geer, Will and Herta 1939, undated
Box 19 General Biological Supply House 1937-1938
Box 19 General Electric Company 1930-1935
Box 19 General Motors Corporation 1934-1935, undated
Box 19 General Printing Corporation 1935
George Eastman House exhibitions
See Eastman House exhibitions.
Box 19 Georgian (USSR) songs 1934
Box 19 Gernsheim, Helmut 1957, 1970
Box 19 Getchell, J. Stirling 1934-1936
Box 19 Gibson, Lydia 1934
Box 19 Gilbert, Ariadne 1944-1963
Giles, Barbara
See New Masses.
Box 20 Gilfillan, Francois Archibald 1925-1963
Box 20 Ginn and Company: Publishers 1936-1941
Box 20 Glintenkamp, H. 1938-1939
See also American Artists Congress.
Box 20 Goldwyn, Samuel 1934, 1943
Box 20 Good Housekeeping 1934-1958
Box 20 Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 1933-1937, undated
Box 20 Gorham Company 1930
Box 20 Grace & Holiday 1930-1935
Box 20 Graebner, Walter 1964
See also Time, Inc.
Box 20 Graflex 1930-1957, undated
Box 20 Graubner, Oscar A. 1933-1963, undated
Box 20 Grauert, Charlotte (Klien) 1930-1965
Box 20 Great Lakes Exposition 1936
Green, Kenneth
See Lehmann-Haupt, Hellman and Letitia.
Box 20 Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst 1951-1971
Box 20 Greenwald, Dorothy undated
Box 20 Greer, Howard 1937-1939
Box 20 Griffin, Arthur and Claire 1962, undated
Box 20 Griffin, Florence 1930
Box 20 Griffith, Sanford 1933-1938
Box 20 Grimm, Peter 1951-1970, undated
Box 20 Grolier Incorporated 1941-1964
Box 20 Gruppo, Nelson 1933
Box 20 [John Simon] Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1939
Box 20 Gulf Oil Corporation 1933-1936
Gulf Refining Company
See Gulf Oil Corporation.
Box 21 Gumpertz, Julian 1934-1937
Box 21 Gunther, John 1931-1959
Box 21 H (6 folders)
Box 21 H.E.R. Laboratories, Inc. 1932-1936
Box 21 Habicht, Hermann R. 1931
Box 22 Halle Brothers 1934-1966, undated
Box 22 Haloid Company 1934-1935
Box 22 Hamilton, William 1933
Box 22 [C. S.] Hammond & Company 1935-1936
Box 22 Hanc, Joseph 1938
Box 22 Hanff-Metzger, Inc. 1933-1936, undated
Box 22 Hanson, Joseph E. 1968
Box 22 Harcourt, Brace & Company 1937-1959
Box 22 Harno, Albert James 1944
Box 22 Harper & Brothers 1934-1935
Box 22 Harris, Marguerite Tjader 1957, undated
Box 22 Harvard University 1930-1968
Box 22 Hawes, Elizabeth 1933-1938, undated
Box 22 Hearst Enterprises, Inc. 1933-1938
Box 22 Heilman, Robert D. 1963
Box 22 Hellman, Lillian 1938-1941
See also North America Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy in N (general).
Box 22 Henny, Keith 1935
Box 22 Henry Street Visiting Nurse Service 1936-1938, undated
Box 22 Hepburn family 1936
Box 22 Heppenstall Steel Company 1933-1934
Box 22 Herrick, Frances 1939, undated
Box 22 Hession, Eileen 1957-1961
Box 22 Heyman, Ken 1963
Box 22 Heyman, Mark 1933
Hicks, Wilson
See Time, Inc.
Box 22 Hiett, Helen 1958-1964, undated
Box 22 Higgins, Lisetta 1957-1964
Box 22 Hill, John W. 1930-1963
Box 22 Himber, Charlotte 1942
Box 22 Hindus, Maurice Gerschon 1930-1963
Box 22 Hinni, K. T. 1961-1968, undated
Box 22 Hitler, Adolf 1940
Box 22 Hood, Robert E. 1962-1968
Hoover, Dorothy
See Time, Inc.
House & Garden
See Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
Box 22 Household 1957-1970, undated
Box 22 Howe, James Wong 1935
Box 22 Hudson's Bay Company 1937-1938
See also Bonnycastle, Richard H. G.
Box 22 Hughes, Wolff & Company 1933-1935
Box 22 Humphrey, Hubert H. 1965
Hussey, Margaret Parton
See Parton, Margaret.
Box 22 Hutchins, C. T. 1931-1935
Box 23 I (1 folder)
Box 23 The Illustrated London News 1930-1936
Box 23 Inches, Howard Von Hardenburg 1935-1937
Box 23 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation 1935 - includes MBW's pit pass
Box 23 Ingersoll, Ralph and Marian 1933-1959, undated
See Time, Inc.
Box 23 International Correspondence Schools 1934-1936
Box 23 International Exhibition of Photography 1933
Box 23 International Harvester Company 1935, 1960
Box 23 International Labor Defense 1933-1938, undated
Box 23 International Paper Company 1937-1944
Box 23 Ives, Burl 1950
Box 23 J (2 folders)
Box 23 Jackson, Phyllis 1964-1971, undated
Box 23 Jaffe, Herb 1956-1964
Box 23 Jakobovits, Leon A. 1965
Box 23 James, Frederick 1946
Box 23 Javits, Jacob K. 1961
Box 23 Jayasinghe, Peter L. 1946-1963, undated
Box 24 Jenkins, Florence Foster 1938
Box 24 Jenter Exhibits, Inc. 1934-1937
Box 24 Jesuits 1953-1968, undated (2 folders)
Box 24 Jewell, Edward Alden 1933-1935
Box 24 Jinnah, Fatima 1946
Box 24 "Journeyman" (play) 1937-1938
Box 24 K (3 folders)
Box 24 Albert Kahn, Inc. 1934-1936
Karas, George
See Time, Inc.
Box 24 Karsh, Yousef 1963-1966
Box 24 Katz, Nathan 1937-1938
Box 24 Kearney, Josephine (employee) 1929-1932
Box 24 Keasbey, Edie and Tom 1964-1967, undated
Box 24 Keelor & Stites Company 1933
Box 24 Keen, Kennard G. 1935, undated
Box 24 Keep, O. D. 1935-1937, undated
See also Time, Inc.
Box 24 Keller, Helen 1938
Box 24 Kelley, Etna 1934-1938
Box 24 Kelly, Fred C. 1933, undated
See also Commercial Solvents Corporation.
Box 24 Kent, Rockwell 1936-1939
Box 24 Kenyon & Eckhardt 1933-1934
Box 24 Keppler, Victor 1933-1937, undated
See also Famous Photographers School.
Box 25 Kerner, Robert Joseph 1938-1939
Box 25 Ketchum, Carl J. 1933
Box 25 Ketchum, Macleod & Grove, Inc. 1935-1936
Box 25 Khama, Seretse and Ruth 1950-1953, undated
Box 25 King Features Syndicate, Inc. 1934-1964
Box 25 Kingsbury, John Adams 1932-1937
Box 25 Kirchwey, Freda 1937-1939
Box 25 Kirstein, Lincoln 1935
Box 25 Kitts, Alfred 1960
Box 25 Klarnet, Philip 1956-1969, undated
Box 25 Knittel, Robert/Rainer, Luise 1963-1965
Box 25 Knopf, Alfred A. and Blanche Wolf 1935-1960
Box 25 Kopf, Elizabeth (employee) 1934-1937
Box 25 Kopperl, Bert (employee) 1938-1963
Box 25 Korner, Ruth 1938-1939
Box 25 Kostelanetz, Andre 1944
Box 25 Arthur Kudner Inc. 1935-1936, undated
Box 25 Kuh, Frederick 1930-1964, undated
See also United Press.
Box 25 Kupcinet, Irv 1960
Box 25 L-Lk (3 folders)
Box 26 Ll-Lz (1 folders)
Box 26 Laboratory School of Industrial Design 1939
Box 26 Ladies' Home Journal 1933-1960, undated
Box 26 La Montaine, John 1964-1968, undated
See also Memorabilia : Miscellany : Music/John La Montaine .
Box 26 Lange, Dorothea 1939-1966
Box 26 Langner, Lawrence 1959-1960
Box 26 League of American Writers 1937-1939
Box 26 League of Women Shoppers 1935-1939, undated
Box 26 Lehigh Portland Cement Company 1940-1941, undated
Box 26 Lehmann-Haupt, Hellman and Letitia 1933-1934, undated
Box 26 Leigh, Colston 1933-1968, undated
Box 26 Leighton, Clare 1933-1935
Box 26 Leitch, Norma "Paddy" Dershimer 1933-1935, undated
Box 26 Lengyel, Emil 1935-1936
Box 26 Lennen & Mitchell, Inc. 1933-1935
Box 26 Leroux, Germaine/Safranek, Milos 1939, undated
Box 26 Letchworth Village 1933-1938
Box 26 Levarie, Siegmond 1959, 1964, undated
Box 26 Lieber, Maxim 1936-1942, undated
See also"Journeyman" (play).
Life
See Time, Inc.
Box 26 Lindsay, John V. 1961, undated
Box 26 Liss, Joseph 1959-1964, undated
See also Memorabilia : Miscellany : Writings by others.
Box 26 Litvinov, Maxim 1933-1942
Lloyd-Smith, Parker
See Time, Inc.
Box 26 Lloyds Film Storage Corporation 1934-1938
Box 26 Loewy, Raymond 1936
Box 26 London Electrotype Agency 1931-1935, undated
Longwell, Daniel
See Time, Inc.
Box 26 Loomis, Louise Ropes 1933
Box 26 Lord & Taylor 1932-1939
Box 26 Lord & Thomas Advertising 1933-1936
Box 26 Louisville flood assignment 1937
Box 27 Love, N. Stewart 1936-1939, undated
Lower, Elmer
See Time, Inc.
Box 27 Lubin, Isadore 1934-1936
Box 27 Luce, Henry R., Clare Boothe and family 1935-1963, undated
See also Time, Inc.
Box 27 Ludewig & Deutsch 1932-1936, undated
Box 27 Ludlum Steel Company 1929-1937
See also Wm. B. Remington, Inc.
Box 27 Lugene, Inc. 1933-1936
Box 27 Lynn, Rhoda (employee) 1940-1942
Box 27 Lyons, Eugene 1931-1934
Box 27 M-Mim (5 folders)
Box 28 Min-Mz (2 folders)
Box 28 McBride, Mary Margaret 1933-1942, undated
Box 28 McCall Company/McCall's 1933-1968, undated
Box 28 McCann-Erickson Inc. 1932-1937, undated
Box 28 McGarry, William A. 1931-1937, undated
Box 28 [J. S.] McHugh, Inc. 1934-1940
Mackland, Ray
See Time, Inc.
Box 28 MacMannus, John & Adams, Inc. 1932-1937
Box 28 Macmillan Company 1931-1935, undated
Box 28 McNiff, Alice E. 1966-1968
Box 28 [R. H.] Macy & Co. 1932-1963, undated
Box 28 Magnuson, Libby (employee) 1957-1963, undated
Magonet, Fern
See Time, Inc.
Box 29 Maloney, Thomas J. 1933-1966, undated
Box 29 Mandell, Maurice 1937
Box 29 Marin, John 1933
Box 29 Marine Midland Trust Co. 1946-1957
Box 29 [A. N.] Marquis Company 1939
Box 29 Marshall, Bratter & Seligson 1935
Marshall College
See Leigh, Colston.
Box 29 Marshall Field & Company 1931-1942
Box 29 Martin, Jackie 1936-1968
Box 29 Martin, Miles Jay 1936-1938
Box 29 Mayer, Arthur L. 1934, 1958
Box 29 Mayer, Carlos 1932-1934, undated
Box 29 Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy 1934-1939
Box 29 Medo Photo Supply Corporation 1935-1940
Box 29 Meiss, Edwin R. 1934-1960, undated
Box 29 Meldrum and Fewsmith, Inc. 1930-1936, undated (4 folders)
Box 29 Mellon Institute of Industrial Research 1935
Box 30 Menchin, Robert S. 1965
Box 30 Meng, Chih 1939
Box 30 Meredith Publishing Company 1934-1935
Box 30 Metcalf, Jim 1945
Box 30 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 1932-1938, undated
Box 30 Meyer, Eugene and Agnes 1932-1935
Box 30 Meyer, Rose D. 1932
Box 30 Mezhlauk, V. I. 1931-1937
Michelson, Herman
See New Masses.
Box 30 Miki, Jun and Yasuko 1958-1966
See also Time, Inc.
Box 30 Milbank Memorial Fund 1933
Box 30 Milgrim 1933-1936
Box 30 [George W.] Millar & Co. 1932-1940
Box 30 Millard, Charles W. 1966
Box 30 I. Miller & Sons, Inc. 1931-1935
Box 30 Mills, Robert and Ann P. 1963
Box 30 Mills College 1933-1935
Box 30 Monnet, Jean 1935
Box 30 Montgomery Ward & Co. 1934-1935
Box 30 Moore, Iola Willie 1937-1939
Box 30 Moraes, Frank 1945-1968, undated (2 folders)
Box 30 Morang, Alfred 1937
Box 30 Morgan, Willard D. 1942-1963
Box 30 [C. V.] Mosby Company 1933-1939
Box 31 Muller-Munk, Peter 1932-1944
Box 31 Mumford, Lewis 1933-1937, undated
Box 31 Mumm-Romer-Robbins & Pearson 1934-1936
Box 31 Munger, Jessie "Mother" 1931-1955, undated
Box 31 Munkacsi, Martin 1935
Box 31 Murphy, Francis X. 1941
Murray, D. C."Bill"
See Adcraft Club of Detroit; Time, Inc.
Box 31 Arthur Murray's Studio 1935-1960, undated
Box 31 Murrow, Edward R. 1963-1964
Box 31 Museum of Modern Art 1931-1966, undated
Box 31 Muslim, Faesol 1962
Box 31 N (3 folders)
Box 32 Nair, Pyarelal 1968
Box 32 Nakano, Goro 1955
Box 32 "Naked Eye" (motion picture) 1958-1960
Box 32 Nakian, Reuben 1934-1936, undated
Box 32 Nathan, Adele Gutman undated
Box 32 The Nation 1932-1936
Box 32 National Alliance of Art and Industry Inc. 1932-1935
Box 32 National Broadcasting Company (NBC) 1933-1960, undated (2 folders)
Box 32 National Engraving Company 1931-1932, undated
Box 32 National Foundation for Infant Paralysis 1952-1958
Box 32 National Geographic Society 1934-1936
Box 32 National League of American Pen Women, Inc. 1957-1968, undated
National Recovery Administration (NRA)
See United States. National Recovery Administration.
Box 32 National Studios Inc. 1932-1935
Box 32 National Urban League, Inc. 1959-1960
Box 32 NEA Service, Inc. 1932-1938, undated
Box 32 Neher, Irene 1939
Box 32 Nehru, Jawaharlal undated
Box 33 New Canaan Library exhibit 1963-1964, undated
Box 33 New Jersey State Museum 1936
Box 33 New Masses 1933-1942, undated
Box 33 The New Republic 1934-1938, undated
Box 33 New School for Social Research 1933-1939, undated
Box 33 New Workers School 1934, undated
Box 33 New York (State). Department of Commerce 1963-1964
Box 33 New York Central Railroad 1932-1934
Box 33 New York Herald Tribune 1932-1959
Box 33 New York Institute of Photography 1934-1936
New York Post
See Wershba, Joe.
Box 33 New York Telephone Company 1931-1939
Box 33 The New York Times 1930-1963, undated
See also Wiley, Louis.
Box 33 New York University 1937-1963
Box 33 Newell Emmett Company 1932-1936, undated
Box 33 Newhall, Beaumont and Nancy 1936-1971, undated
See also Museum of Modern Art.
Box 33 Newspaper Guild of New York 1936-1937, undated
Box 33 Nichols, Elaine 1945
Box 33 Nixon, Richard M. 1969
North, Joseph
See New Masses.
Box 33 Nye, Gertrude 1931-1939
Box 33 O (2 folders)
Box 33 Oglesby, Catherine 1934-1947
See also Ladies' Home Journal.
Box 33 Ohio State University 1932-1969, undated
Box 34 O'Keeffe, Georgia 1932-1936, undated
Box 34 Open Road, Inc. 1931-1935
Box 34 Openhym, Evelyn Tennyson 1932-1937
Box 34 Otis Steel Company 1931-1953
Box 34 Oumansky, K. 1933-1939, undated
Box 34 Overseas Press Club of America 1939-1971
Box 34 Owen, Ray and Gladys 1963
Box 34 Owens-Illinois Glass Company 1931-1932, undated
Box 34 Oxford Paper Company 1932-1942
Box 34 P-Pp (4 folders)
Box 35 Pr-Pz
Box 35 Pacific Western Airlines 1957
Box 35 Pan American Airways 1934-1942, undated - includes souvenir Air Mail envelope with ornate gold stamp of Pan Am logo and "Territory of Hawaii" surrounding tiny black-and-white photo of man with water buffalo
Box 35 Papurt, M. Jerry 1943-1944, undated (4 folders)
Box 35 Pardoe, J. B. 1931-1939, undated
Box 35 Parker, Dorothy 1938
See also American Friends Service Committee.
Parkinson's Disease
Box 35 Correspondence 1954-1958
Box 36 Correspondence 1959-1960 (12 folders)
Box 37 Correspondence 1961-1971, undated (12 folders)
Box 38 Medical misc.
Box 38 Miscellaneous
Box 38 Printed material
Box 38 Parshalle, Eve 1963
Box 38 Parton, Margaret 1963
Pearce, Charles A.
See Harcourt, Brace & Company.
Box 38 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 1939
Box 38 Peel, Fred P. 1933-1935
Box 39 Pegler Case 1947-1952, undated (3 folders)
Box 39 Pellissier, Raoul 1933-1934
Box 39 Pennsylvania Museum of Art 1932-1934
Box 39 Pepin, Lee 1957-1958
Box 39 Perkins Institute and Massachusetts School for the Blind 1932-1963
Box 39 Perry, Helen Swick 1964
Box 39 Philadelphia East-West Committee 1951-1952
See also Pegler Case.
Box 39 Phillips, John 1959-1969, undated
Box 39 Phillips Academy 1934-1941
Box 39 Photo League 1938-1941
Box 39 Photographic Illustrators, Inc. 1933-1936, undated
See also United States. National RecoveryAdministration (NRA).
Box 39 Photographic Society of America 1935-1962, undated
Box 40 Photographic Society of Philadelphia 1932
Box 40 Photographic Workers League 1933
Box 40 Photokina 1958-1969
Box 40 Pictorial Photographers of America 1930-1938, undated
Box 40 Pictorial Review 1931-1936
Box 40 Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company 1931-1935, undated
Box 40 Pilnyak, Boris 1931-1935
Box 40 Pittsburgh assignment 1937, undated
Box 40 Plainfield High School 1934-1971
Box 40 Platinel, Inc. 1931-1932
Box 40 PM 1940-1941, undated
Box 40 Podolsky, M. 1932
Box 40 Pollack, Peter 1957-1963
Box 40 Pollak, Bernard E. 1931-1932
Box 40 Pope, Arthur Upham 1933-1939
Box 40 Popular Photography 1937-1967
Box 40 Postal Telegraph-Cable Company 1931-1937
Box 40 Powers Reproduction Corporation 1935-1941
Box 40 Preston, Scherer 1931-1932
Box 40 Price Brothers Sales Corporation 1932-1936
See also Publicity.
Box 40 Printers' Ink Monthly 1933-1964
Box 40 Professional Photographers Club of New York, Inc. 1931-1933
Box 40 Professional Photographers of America 1933-1966
Box 40 Prudden, Bonnie 1964-1966, undated
Box 40 Public Utilities Fortnightly 1933-1935
Box 40 Pudovkin, Vsevolod Illarionovich 1931-1933
Box 40 Purdue University 1930-1938
Box 40 Putnam, George Palmer 1933-1935
See also Earhart, Amelia.
Box 40 Q (1 folder)
Box 40 Quick, Wallace J. 1954-1966, undated
Box 41 Quill and Scroll 1960
Box 41 Quinby, E. Jay 1934-1935
Box 41 R (4 folders)
Box 41 Rabinovitch 1935
Box 41 Random House 1937-1939, 1967
Box 41 Ratoff, Gregory 1944
Box 41 RCA Victor Company, Inc. 1931-1935, undated
Box 41 Reader's Digest 1956-1962
Box 41 Realites 1961-1966
Box 41 Red Book Magazine 1932-1935, undated
"Red Republic"
See "Eyes on Russia" and "Red Republic" (motion pictures).
Box 42 Redmond, William F. 1932
Box 42 Reilly, Frank C. 1929-1939, undated
Box 42 [Wm. B.] Remington, Inc. 1931-1937, undated
See also Ludlum Steel Company.
Box 42 Remington Rand, Inc. 1931-1936
Box 42 Republic Steel Corporation 1931-1936, undated
See also Meldrum and Fewsmith, Inc.
Box 42 Reswick, William 1930-1940, undated
Box 42 Retzer, Florence Horn 1955
Box 42 Rice, Alan 1935-1936
Box 42 Rice, Elmer C. 1933-1935
Box 42 Richardson, Alley & Richards 1932-1936
Box 42 Richie, Robert Yarnall 1934-1938, undated
Box 42 Rickard and Company 1933-1941, undated
Box 42 Rickenbacker, Eddie (Edward Vernon) 1935-1936
Box 42 Riegel, Emil Raymond 1933
Box 42 Rieker, Jane 1959-1962, undated
Box 42 Riguin, A. A. and family 1932-1933
Rindl, Johan
See Gumpertz, Julian.
Box 42 Ringel, Fred James 1933-1935
Box 42 Roche, Bettie (employee) 1957-1960
Box 42 Rochester Chamber of Commerce 1932
Box 42 Rockefeller Center 1935-1941, undated
Box 42 Rogers-Kellogg-Stillson 1932-1935, undated
Box 42 Rogovin, Milton 1962
Box 42 Rohrbach Metall-Flugzeugbau 1930-1932
Box 42 [Albert] Romeike & Company, Inc. 1931-1938, undated
Box 42 Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor B. 1929-1944 - also includes correspondence of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. (Eleanor B. Alexander-Roosevelt), wife of Franklin's cousin
Box 42 Roper, Elmo 1943-1971
Box 42 Rosenbaum Grain Corporation 1932-1935, undated
Box 42 Rosenberg, James N. 1934-1939
Box 42 Rosenfeld, Beth and Jay 1955-1965
Box 42 Rosenfeld, Irene 1965
Box 42 The Rotarian 1932-1935
Box 43 Rowe, Edna undated
Box 43 Royal Typewriter Company, Inc. 1934
Box 43 Rubenstein, Rafael 1931-1936, undated
Box 43 Rudge, William Edwin 1931-1938
Box 43 Rudie, Robert 1952-1961, undated
Box 43 Rukeyser, Muriel 1939
Box 43 Rumford Press 1933-1934
Box 43 Ruthven, Alexander 1951-1963
See also University of Michigan.
Box 43 S-Std (5 folders)
Box 44 Ste-Sz (2 folders)
Box 44 Sadjaia, Kalet 1933-1937, undated
Safranek, Milos
See Leroux, Germaine/Safranek, Miles.
Box 44 Sagendorph, Robb 1943-1966, undated
Box 44 St. John, Robert undated
Box 44 St. Peter State Hospital 1934-1935
Box 44 Saks-Fifth Avenue 1931-1940
Box 44 Salten, Felix 1931
Box 44 Samaroff Stokowski, Olga 1929-1931
Box 44 Sanger, Margaret 1923
Box 44 The Saturday Evening Post 1931-1959
Box 44 Sauder, Rae Norden 1934
Box 44 Schiller, Gunther 1932-1964
Box 44 Schillinger, Joseph 1933, undated
Box 44 Max Schling, Inc. 1933-1934
Box 44 Schneider, Alexander "Sasha" 1949-1962, undated (2 folders)
Box 44 Schulke, Flip 1959
Box 44 Schwartz, A. 1932-1934
Box 44 Scripps-Howard Newspapers 1930-1936
Box 44 Seid, Herman 1931-1941, undated
Box 45 Selby Shoe Company 1934-1937, undated
Box 45 Serlin, Oscar 1933, undated
Box 45 Shahini, Ranjee 1961
Box 45 Sherrod, Robert Lee 1968
Box 45 Shouse, Catherine Filene 1933-1960, undated
Box 45 Simon and Schuster, Inc. 1931-1971, undated (9 folders)
Box 45 Simonson, Lee 1931-1937, undated
Box 45 Sinclair, Upton 1933
Box 45 Skvirsky, Boris 1932-1933
Box 45 Smith, Alfred E. 1931
Box 45 Smith, Bradley 1965-1969, undated
Smith, Dorothy
See Time, Inc.
Box 46 Smith, Margaret (employee) 1936-1961, undated (6 folders)
Box 46 Smithsonian Institute 1965, undated
Box 46 Snow, Edgar 1948-1963
Box 46 Sochurek, Howard 1960
Box 46 Society of Woman Geographers 1938-1969
Box 46 Soho, Limited 1936-1939
Box 47 Sokoloff, Nikolai 1929-1934, undated
Box 47 Sokolsky, George E. 1934
Box 47 Sonnenberg, Benjamin 1933-1939
See also Selby Shoe Company.
Box 47 South Africa assignment 1950
Box 47 South America assignment 1936
Box 47 Southern Summer School for Women Workers in Industry 1937-1938
Box 47 Soviet Russia Today 1932-1939, undated
Box 47 Soviet Union 1931-1938 (2 folders)
Spencer, Terry and Leslie
See Time, Inc.
Box 47 Sprackling, Helen 1931-1939, undated
Box 47 Stanley, Edward "Tuck" and Paulie 1933-1971, undated
Box 47 State Journal Company 1932-1933
Box 47 Statue of Liberty assignment 1936
Box 47 Stefansson, Evelyn 1956
Box 47 Stefansson, Vilhjalmur 1933-1939
Box 47 Steichen, Edward 1931-1954
See also Museum of Modern Art.
Box 47 Steiner, Ralph 1929-1940, undated
Box 47 Steinhardt, Laurence 1941
Stern, Alfred
See Dodd, Martha.
Box 47 Stern, Seymour 1933-1934
Box 48 Sternau, Herbert and Polly 1939-1971, undated
Stieglitz, Alfred
See O'Keeffe, Georgia.
Stiles, Vivien
See Time, Inc.
Box 48 Stone, Hannah M. 1937
Box 48 Stowe, Leland 1969
Box 48 Streit, Clarence K. 1958-1963
Box 48 Strode, Hudson 1938
Box 48 Strong, Anna Louise 1933
Box 48 Stryker, Roy E. 1928-1939
Box 48 Stuart, Charles E. 1933
Box 48 Studebaker Corporation 1931
Box 48 Studin, Charles 1932-1939
Box 48 Studio Publications, Inc. 1932-1938
Box 48 Sudeten German Party 1938
Box 48 Sullivan, Harry Stack 1931-1939
Box 48 Sullivan, Thelma D. 1966
Box 48 Swank, Luke undated
Box 48 Swayze, John Cameron 1953
Box 48 Swift and Company 1929-1934, undated
Box 48 Swing, Raymond 1937-1939, undated
Box 48 Syracuse University 1964-1976
Box 48 Szilasi, Bela and Alix 1931-1941, undated
Box 48 T (3 folders)
Box 49 Taggard, Genevieve 1934-1937, undated
Box 49 Taliesin 1931-1933
Box 49 Tauber, Edward 1964
Box 49 Tausig, Lilian B.
See New Masses.
Box 49 Taylor, Clarence R."Tony" 1931-1959, undated
Box 49 The Technological Review 1931-1936
Box 49 Teleki, Paul 1939
Box 49 Tennessee Valley Authority 1934-1941
Box 49 Terminal Tower Company 1962-1963
Box 49 Thacker, Earl M. 1939
Box 49 Theatre Arts Committee 1932-1939, undated
Box 49 Theatre Guild, Inc. 1931-1941
Box 49 Theatre Guild Magazine 1929-1932
Box 49 Theatre Union 1932-1934
Box 49 Thomas, Jean 1960-1964
Box 49 Thomas, Lowell 1938-1944
Box 49 Thompson, Clara 1934-1956, undated
Box 49 Thompson, Dorothy 1945
Thompson, Edward K.
See Time, Inc.
Box 49 [J. Walter] Thompson Company 1932-1957
Box 49 Throckmorton, Cleon and Juliet 1931-1967
Box 49 Time, Inc. 1929-1937 (2 folders)
Box 50 Time, Inc. 1938-1955 (7 folders)
See also Smith, Margaret.
Box 51 Time, Inc. 1956-1971, undated (8 folders)
Box 52 Tisse, Edouard 1933-1934, undated
Box 52 Train, Arthur 1932, 1942
Box 52 Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. (TWA) 1935-1941, undated
Treacy, Eleanor
See Time, Inc.
Box 52 Tretiakov, Sergei Mikhailovich and Olga 1931
Box 52 Tudor City 1932-1937, undated
Box 52 Tyrwhitt, Jaqueline 1957
Box 52 U (2 folders)
Box 52 Ulmer, Ernest 1962
Box 52 Union Trust Company 1928-1932, undated
See also Stryker, Roy.
Box 52 Unionbild GMBH 1932-1933
Box 52 United Foundation 1950-1951
Box 52 United Nations 1962-1963
Box 52 United Press 1931-1939, undated
See also Kuh, Frederick.
Box 52 United States. Department of Labor 1933-1970
Box 52 United States. National Recovery Administration (NRA) 1933-1935
Box 52 United States. Works Progress Administration 1936-1938
Box 52 United States Information Agency 1944-1966
Box 52 United States Information Service 1964-1966, undated
See also Knittel, Robert/Rainer, Luise.
Box 52 University of Miami Photojournalism Conference 1958-1959, undated
See also American Society of Magazine Photographers.
Box 52 University of Michigan 1928-1971, undated
Box 52 Urey, Harold Clayton 1939
Box 53 V (1 folder)
Box 53 Vacuum Oil Company 1931
Box 53 Valenti, Fernando 1959
Box 53 Van Beuren Corporation 1934-1936
Box 53 Van Dusen, William D. and Hazel 1934-1937, undated
See also Pan American Airways.
Box 53 Van Dyke, Willard 1938
Box 53 Van Fleet, James A. 1953
Box 53 Vanity Fair 1931-1935
Box 53 Van Kleeck, Mary 1934-1938
Box 53 Van Sweringen (Union Terminal) 1931-1939
Box 53 Vassos, John and Ruth 1931-1963, undated
Box 53 Vestal, David 1965
Box 53 Viking Press 1930-1939
Box 53 Villard, Oswald Garrison 1932
Box 53 Volunteer Service Photographers, Inc. 1954-1964
Vondermuhll, Valerie
See Time, Inc.
Box 53 Von Seeckt, Hans 1933
Box 53 Vu 1931-1934
Box 53 W-Wh (3 folders)
Box 54 Wi-Wz (3 folders)
Box 54 WOR 1931-1957, undated
Box 54 Walden Book Shop 1931-1932
Box 54 [Hiram] Walker & Sons, Inc. 1934-1935
Waller, Helen Hiett
See Hiett, Helen.
Box 54 Walters, Emile 1935
Box 54 Ward, Henry Baldwin 1937
Box 54 Washington and Lee University 1938-1939
Box 54 Washington assignment 1934-1935
Box 54 Weinberg, Robert Charles 1932
Box 54 Weiss, Julius 1932-1968, undated
Box 54 Wershba, Joe 1963-1969, undated
Box 54 Wertenbaker, Lael Tucker 1963
Box 55 Wertheim, Maurice 1935-1938, undated
Box 55 West Point Manufacturing Co. 1936-1937
Box 55 Western Electric Company 1935-1939, undated
Box 55 Western Union Telegraph Company 1932-1935, undated
Box 55 Weston, Edward 1936, 1960
Box 55 Weston, Harold and Faith 1933-1935, undated
Box 55 Westover, Wendall 1931-1937
Box 55 Weygant, (Sister) M. Noemi 1963-1965
Box 55 White, Cynthia 1935-1944
White, Minnie and Joseph (parents)
See Correspondence-subject files : Family.
White, Roger (brother)
See Correspondence-subject files : Family.
White, Ruth (sister)
See Correspondence-subject files : Family.
Box 55 [Clarence H.] White School of Photography undated
Box 55 [Wm. A.] White & Sons 1934-1936
See also Grimm, Peter.
Box 55 White Company Ltd. 1931
Box 55 White House Festival of the Arts 1965
Box 55 Wieman, Regina Westcott 1938-1939
Box 55 Wiley, Louis 1932-1935, undated
Box 55 Wilhelm, Donald 1932-1937, undated
Box 55 Wilkinson, Richard G. 1964, undated
Box 55 Williams, Alford 1936, undated
Box 55 Williams, Gluyas 1937-1939, undated
Box 55 [Alfred N.] Williams Co. 1934
Box 55 Willoughby's 1932-1936
Box 55 Witkin, Lee D. 1970
Box 55 Wolf, Friedrich 1935
Box 55 Woman's Home Companion 1931, 1955
Box 55 Wood, Thomas 1937-1941
Box 55 Wood and Wood 1930-1936, undated
Box 55 Workers Film and Photo League 1933-1934
Box 55 World's Work 1930-1931
Wright, Frank Lloyd
See Taliesin.
Box 55 Wright, Russel 1932-1934
Box 55 Wright, Teresa undated
Box 55 Wurlitzer, Rudolph 1929-1938
Box 55 Wurm, Werner 1964
Box 56 Y (1 folder)
Box 56 Yakhontoff, Victor A. 1934-1937
Box 56 Yeomans, Edward 1935, undated
Box 56 Yim, Louise 1963
Box 56 Yolen, Will H. 1953-1963
Box 56 Young and Rubicam 1932-1938
See also Meldrum and Fewsmith, Inc.
Box 56 Young Women's Christian Association 1931-1964
Box 56 Yudewitz, Hyman 1930-1936, undated
Box 56 Z (1 folder)
Box 56 [Carl] Zeiss, Inc. 1937-1958
Box 56 Zonta International 1937, undated
Box 56 Unidentified, incoming (by date)
Box 56 Unidentified, outgoing (by date)
Glass plates
RESTRICTED: Glass plate negatives are currently out for digitization and not accessible to staff or researchers.
Most of these are undated and appear to be early personal photographs. Most are of the University of Michigan and surrounding areas, or of Russian factories, towns, and people. There are also unidentified landscapes, bridges, people, and several of ferns. Mixed in with the glass plates are a few copy negatives, color separation plates, color positives, and at least one print.
Oversize 144 / 1 Miscellaneous - scenes from University of Michigan (Alumni Memorial, Clements Library, Commencement); "Baby Jack"; Chubb's Orchestra; bridges (20 items)
Oversize 144 / 2 Miscellaneous - scenes from University of Michigan (Commencement, Hill Auditorium, Law building, Martha Cook, Zeta Psi); fountain; gargoyles; girls in "tap room"; galoshes; invitations to Helen Newberry event; L. Kessinger (20 items)
Oversize 144 / 3 Miscellaneous - scenes from University of Michigan (museum, Alumni Memorial Hall, Natural Science building, Newberry Hall, Physics Building); Purdue Union; Detroit railway station; river from Whitmore Lake Bridge; quarry near Ypsilanti; kilts; short wave oscillator; snow on campus/Japanese berries; spring games, freshmen and sophomores (19 items)
Oversize 144 / 4 Miscellaneous - spring games, sophomores; square waterfall on Huron; summar school campus views; unidentified buildings and landscapes; unidentified people; Michigan Union; walk to museum (20 items)
Oversize 144 / 5 Miscellaneous - Yost field house [University of Michigan] from press stand; ferns; original envelopes; Russian Iron Puddler" from Red October Rolling Mills (10 items)
Oversize 144 / 6 Miscellaneous, probably Russia - accordion player, young woman in profile, young girl with purse, women gathered by statue, children in classroom, portrait of mustachioed worker; workers with machinery; woman holding child; structure over water; bridge; dancing children; farm equipment; unidentified landscapes; babies; workers at loom (25 items)
Oversize 144 / 7 Miscellaneous Russia (Stalingrad, Magnetogorsk, etc.) - workers at loom; Russian Orthodox church; workers at machines, assembly line, on the street, in workers' club; foreman at drill; children; iron puddlers from Red October Rolling Mills; man on turbine shell; miner pushing cart; camel caravan; etc, (25 items)
Oversize 144 / 8 Miscellaneous industry-related, probably Russia - miners with cart, girl conductor, industrial landscapes, men on turbine, etc. (5 items)
Oversize 144 / 9 "Bound Brook House" - 8x10 glass plate negatives with contact prints (3 items)
Oversize 144 / 10 - MBW in red hat, full color (color positive); Grapes "Red 71" (color separation plate); shoe sets for Vanity Fair "1447", "1448", and "1449" (color separation plates); Eastern Airline [EAL] aerial image (6 items)
Memorabilia
Financial
Box 73 Banking records 1933-1957 (6 folders)
Box 74 Banking records 1957-1958 (5 folders)
Box 75 Banking records 1962-1971 (2 folders)
Box 75 Bills and receipts 1931-1941 (3 folders)
Box 76 Bills and receipts 1951-1971, undated (3 folders)
Box 76 Employee salaries 1940-1966
Box 76 Expense accounts with Time, Inc. 1936-1956
Box 76 Profit-sharing plan with Time, Inc. 1954-1971
Box 77 Royalty statements 1931-1971
Box 77 Social Security 1966-1969
Box 77 Stocks 1932-1971
Studio records
Box 77 Bills and receipts 1928-1941, undated
Box 77 Bills and receipts (bound) 1931-1933
Box 77 Office financial records 1934-1937
Box 77 Petty cash receipts 1933-1934
Box 78 Petty cash receipts (cont.) 1933-1934
Box 78 Production and delivery orders 1932-Nov. 1934 (7 folders)
Box 79 Production and delivery orders Nov. 1934-Feb. 1935 (6 folders)
Box 80 Production and delivery orders Feb. 1935-May 1935 (6 folders)
Box 81 Production and delivery orders May. 1935-Aug. 1935 (7 folders)
Box 82 Production and delivery orders Sept. 1935-Apr. 1936 (8 folders)
Box 83 Production and delivery orders May 1936-Oct. 1936, undated (5 folders)
Box 83 Shipping orders and packing slips 1933-1937
Box 83 Statements 1931-1935
Box 83 Taxes, Cleveland 1931-1932
Box 83 Taxes, New York State sales 1933-1938
Box 83 Taxes, income 1931-1956 (3 folders)
Box 84 Taxes, income 1957-1971 (3 folders)
Box 84 Miscellaneous 1930-1958, 1969
Legal
Box 84 Contracts and agreements - trust with power of attorney 1967-1969
Box 84 Contracts and agreements, misc. 1931-1971
Box 84 Insurance, accident and liability 1930-1971
Box 84 Insurance, auto 1957-1967
Box 84 Insurance, home and property 1932-1971
Insurance, life
Box 84 New York Life Insurance Company 1924-1965
Box 85 Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia 1937-1957
Box 85 Prudential Insurance Company 1936-1968
Box 85 Ruth White's life insurance 1961
Box 85 Insurance, medical 1952-1966
Box 85 Insurance, miscellaneous 1934-1966 (2 folders)
Box 85 Leases 1932-1959
Box 85 Studio releases 1931-June 1934
Box 86 Studio releases July 1934-1936, undated (3 folders)
Box 86 Wills 1964-1968
Box 86 Miscellany 1930-1965
Printed material
Books
The American Annual of Photography 1930
Transferred to Rare Books for cataloging.
Box 87 Martha's Vineyard 1970 - photographs / Alfred Eisenstaedt; text / Henry Beetle Hough
Box 87 Pictorial Hyderabad Vol. I / K. Krishnaswamy Mudiraj 1929
Box 87 Pictorial Hyderabad Vol. II / K. Krishnaswamy Mudiraj 1934
Box 87 "Progress" in the Graphic Arts / T. M. Cleland 1950
Box 87 Sechzig Choralgesange von Johann Sebastian Bach 1920
Box 87 Something Is Missing . . . / Arthur Goodfriend 1955
Rare Books
Clippings
Box 88 MBW General 1927-1937 (9 folders)
Box 89 MBW General 1938-1943 (6 folders)
Box 90 MBW General 1943-1947 (5 folders)
Box 91 MBW General 1948-1953 (7 folders)
Box 92 MBW General 1954-1959 (6 folders)
Box 93 MBW General 1960-1963 (6 folders)
Box 94 MBW General 1963-1971, undated (9 folders)
Box 95 India
Box 95 Life (4 folders)
Box 96 PM (2 folders)
Box 96 Soviet Union
Box 96 Miscellaneous (1 folder)
Box 97 Miscellaneous (4 folders)
Exhibition catalogs (miscellaneous)
See Correspondence-Subject Files : Exhibition catalogs (miscellaneous).
Periodicals (by title)
Box 98 A-F (except The Central European Observer) (4 folders)
Oversize 25 The Central European Observer, vol. XVI nos. 25-26 Dec. 16, 1938
Box 99 G-P (5 folders)
Box 100 Q-T (4 folders)
Box 101 U-Z (2 folders)
Miscellany
Box 101 Educational materials
Box 101 Pamphlets on photography
Box 102 Pamphlets, miscellaneous
Box 102 A-Z (except Memories of Bapu)
Oversize 25 Memories of Bapu
Scrapbooks
Oversize 26 "Album 3 - 'Say' 'Russia' " 1938, Jan. 1941-Sept. 1941 (2 volumes)
Oversize 27 American Federationist 1930-1934, 1942-1945, 1948-1949 (3 volumes)
Oversize 28 Scrapbook [1], contents 1933-1934
Oversize 29 Scrapbook [1], covers 1933-1934
Oversize 30 "Album 1" contents 1936
Oversize 31 "Album 1" covers 1936
Oversize 32 Scrapbooks [2] contents 1936-1938
Oversize 33 Scrapbooks [2] covers 1936-1938
Oversize 34 "ReBk - Album 2" contents 1937-1938
Oversize 35 "ReBk - Album 2" covers 1937-1938
Miscellany
Box 103 Business cards and letterhead undated
Box 103 Cards by MBW undated
Oversize 25 Cartoon flats
Box 103 Diary of Victoria Cabrera, MBW's live-in physical therapist 1954
Box 103 Filmstrips, Life magazine - "The Connecticut River" and "South Africa and Its Problems" (2 items)
Oversize 25 "For the World to See: The Life of Margaret Bourke-White" by Jonathan Silverman - book jacket only
A copy of this book has been cataloged in Rare Books (View catalog record).
Oversize 24 Hats (2 items)
Box 103 Identifications and memberships
Oversize 25 Life exhibition proofs
Oversize 25 Life mounted clipping June 28, 1963
Oversize 25 Life proof pages (color and black & white)
Box 103 Maps, small - includes some informational travel brochures
Maps, large
Box 104 "Margaret Bourke-White: The Humanitarian Vision" - booklet about documentary
See Recordings : Moving image recordings : Margaret Bourke-White: The Humanitarian Vision for VHS and U-Matic tapes of this documentary.
Box 104 Medallion of Pablo Casals/Bach from Prades Bach festival
Oversize 25 Music / John La Montaine
Oversize 25 Music / "Triolet to a Student of French", words / MBW, music / Robert E. Sherwood
Box 104 Name plate (brass) for MBW's camera, in cloth bag
Oversize 25 Pencil portrait of MBW / Karl E. Johnson
Box 104 Photograph-related miscellany - empty envelopes, envelopes with annotations, sheets of unidentified notes, etc.
Box 104 Photography brochures and miscellany
Oversize 25 Photos / Stuart G. Abbey
Box 104 Publicity
Oversize 25 Publicity, oversize
Box 104 Stenographers' notebooks 1956-1957, 1968 (3 volumes)
Box 104 Studio interior design and furnishings
Box 104 Studio plans
Box 105 Theatre (plays and movies)
Box 105 Vacation places
Oversize 25 War Bonds posters (2 items)
Box 105 World War II war record
Writings by others
Box 105 Apocalypse / Gordden Link
Box 105 Cameras and Courage - Margaret Bourke-White / Iris Noble 1973
Box 105 MBW Goes to a Party / Franklin E. Brill
Box 105 "We Were There" / Sgt. Jack Delaney
Box 105 Sunday Showcase, "Margaret Bourke-White Story" / Joseph Liss 1959
Box 105 Miscellaneous
Photographic equipment
Oversize 36 Small leather shoulder carrying case
Oversize 37 Contents of small leather shoulder carrying case
  • 1 C.P. Goerz, Berlin Dopp-Anastigmat Series 1B Celor f=420mm lens No. 211510 with engraved words "Fried Krupp A.G., Essen" on the mount
  • 1 small leather lens case containing 1 Linhof Schneider Kreuznach Tele-xenar lens 1:5, 5/180 No. 2296691
  • 1 soft leather pouch containing a Carl Zeiss Jena lens No. 2561101 Goerz-Dagor 1:9 f=7.5 cm.
  • 1 small round metal Harrison Duraline case containing 1 series VIII Wratten orange filter no. 22.
  • 2 Graphic Model 2 film pack adapters
  • 5 dark slides
  • 1 wooden viewer 5U
  • 1 Schneider-Kreuznach Retina-Longar-Xenon f=4/80 mm lens No. 4309698 in a plastic case
  • 1 small leather filter case containing 1 Franke & Heidecke, Rollei yellow filter
Oversize 38 Small zippered leather carpet bag
Oversize 39 Contents of small zippered leather carpet bag
  • 1 Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 1:1.5 f=7.5 cm lens No. 3320918 (lens scratched) in brown soft leather case
  • 1 Nippon Kogaku lens No. 323360
  • 7 adapter rings
  • 2 Wratten series VIII yellow filters K1 and K2
  • 1 Soho wooden lens board
  • Weston Master III Universal exposure meter, model No. 737, No. 2210794 in gray leather case (glass loose)
  • 1 Nippon Kogaku Nikkor Q C 1:3.5 f=13.5 cm. lens No. 257282
Oversize 40 Black leather suitcase
Oversize 41 Contents of black leather suitcase
Flash bulbs, bulb holdes, electrical cords, etc.
Oversize 42 Tripod attachment
Oversize 42 Rubberized cloth
Oversize 43 Cameras and camera equipment
  • 1 Nikon 35mm camera in half leather case, no. 6145141 C 1:4 f=2.8 cm lens no. 342402
  • 1 small leather case containing dark slides
  • 1 Canon model VT 35mm camera, No. 501257 with Canon 35mm f:1.8 lens No. 12895
  • 1 Kodak-Medalist camera with Kodak Ektar 100mm f:3.5 lens No. EE3739
Oversize 44 Reflector for No. 3 Superflash
Oversize 44 Leather camera case
Oversize 45 Contents of leather camera case
  • Synchro lens for a Speed Graphic camera, telephoto
  • Xenar f:5.5 F 27 cm Jos Schneider & Co. Kreuznack No. 295838
  • Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1:4.5 f=14.5cm lens No. 1745899 on Ilex No. 3 Acme Syncro mount #S101-31
  • Kodak lens hood
  • 1 Canon lens 50mm f=1.8 No. 202135
  • 1 Ilex Paragon Telephoto 9 in. lens f:6.3 No. 9164
  • Leather lens bag
  • Electrical cords
  • Lens adapter ring
  • Black cardboard squares
  • Tiffen and Kenka yellow filters in plastic cases
  • 1 Leica-Meter No. 36719
Oversize 46 Camera case with "Camera, Aircraft Type F:8 15" stencilled on front, and contents
  • 1 Keystone Camera, Aircraft, Type F8, focal length 15 in., Contract No. N-288-S10913, Serial No. 3405
  • Wollensak 15" f:5.6 telephoto lens No. 423878, 1 viewer in case's pocket along with key to case
Oversize 47 Linhof camera D.B.P., APa No. 43808
Oversize 48 Bellows for Linhof camera (above)
Oversize 49 Wooden frame for Linhof camera (above)
Oversize 50 Unidentified piece of Linhof camera (above)
Oversize 51 Graphic View camera
Oversize 52 Leather shoulder bag with equipment related to Graphic View camera
  • 2 lens hoods, one with yellow filter, one with red filter
  • 1 small leather Kodak filter holder
  • 1 Kodak Retina 35-80 Optical Finder for Kodak Retina Iic and IIIc camera in original box
  • 1 black shoelace
  • 1 box of Wratten filters
  • Assorted hoods and camrea parts
  • 1 Carl Zeiss Jena Goerz-Dagor 1:9 f=12.5cm lens (serial no. 2009032)
  • 1 Kodak lens hood box containing viewer and shutter pieces
Oversize 53 Franklin President Dual film editor
Oversize 54 Equipment related to film editor (above)
  • Various adaptor rings strung on a rope
  • 1 Kodak Electric-Eye Remote flash unit
  • 1 J.H. Dallmeyer 9" Dallon telephoto lens No. 99979 (corroded)
  • 1 Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 1:35 f=16.5cm lens No. 1903560 (corroded)
  • 1 Carl Zeiss Jena Goerz-Dagor 1:6.8 f=30cm No. 2075128 with "Fried. Krupp A. G. Essen" engraved on side (corroded)
  • 1 Hugo Meyer & Co., Gorlitz & New York wide angle Aristostigmat 1:6.3 foc. 4 in. lens No. 853289 (corroded)
  • 1 Schneider-Kreuznac Xenar f:3.5 F=12cm lens No. 1410094 on Compur mount No. A055841 (corroded)
Oversize 55 Camera case
Very poor condition, with corrosion
Oversize 56 Graflex series D view camera
Very poor condition, with corrosion
Oversize 57 Black camera case "12 Life" stencilled on the front
Oversize 58 Contents of black camera case "12 Life"
  • 1 Nikon camera Nippon Kogaku no. 6145898 with W-Nikkor C 1:4 f=2.5 cm lens no. 402979
  • 1 half of a camera case with "M. Bourke-White" stamped on underside
Oversize 59 Contents of black camera case "12 Life" (cont.)
Contains:
  • 1 R.O.C. View view camera (wooden) with Bausch & Lomb Rapid Rectilinear 4x5
Oversize 60 Lens box, green velvet, 8 compartments
Oversize 61 Contents of lens box
  • 6 lens mounts/shutter assemblies (5 Compur with no ID, 1 Compur ID# 258646)
  • 1 Bausch & Lomb Protar VII Focus 18 7/8 in. lens No. 3236941
  • 3 miscellaneous mounts
Oversize 62 Black leather suitcase with "Margaret Bourke-White, New York" stencilled across the top
Oversize 63 Soho Limited view camera with small plaque saying, "M.B.W. From C.E.M. with best wishes 1944" No. M3831
Oversize 63 Ilex lens - Ilex Paragon Anastegmat f:4.5 E F 51/2 in. series S lens No. 45468
Oversize 64 Deardorff view camera - 5x7, New 450 series (wooden)
Oversize 65 Quick-Set Senior tripod
Oversize 66 Amigo Motorial camera tripod No. 25832
Oversize 67 Wooden tripod
Photographs, personal
This series contains candid and formal photographs of Bourke-White, alone and with others, from childhood through the entirety of her professional career. Locations include MBW's home in Darien, her studio in the Chrysler Building, lecture/publicity tours, speaking engagements, colleges and universities, exhibits of her work, and on location for various jobs in Europe and elsewhere. Other individuals who appear include family, friends, colleagues, and individuals encountered while on assignment such as military personnel (US, German, Russian, Korean, and other). Some items have accompanying letters, captions, notes, or other material. Unless otherwise indicated, all photographs are black and white. An item-level inventory of this material is available in Excel form.
Box 313 Family members, family homes, family friends circa 1895-1920 - Edward J. Bourke; MBW's mother and grandmother; Joseph, Minnie, Ruth and Roger White; MBW as infant, child, young woman; William and Helen May Abbott; Mrs. Don Wayland; class pictures; MBW with bow and arrow, in snake-charmer costume, swimming, with friends, holding baby robin (12 folders)
Box 314 MBW with friends and family; formal portraits circa 1915-1929 - MBW holding baby robin, at bonfire, in boat, in boxing costume, shooting a rifle, with various pets; Roger, "Pat", Francois Archibald Gilfillian; professional portraits of MBW including by Stone & Luckey, Everett Chapman/Dey Studios, Gordon Conner, Bernice Abbot. Earl Leiter; Dr. John T. Robinson with prize-winning fish; MBW's first car; MBW with camera at Terminal Tower, around Cleveland, in Chrysler Building studio (12 folders)
Box 315 MBW at work in Russia, New York 1930-1934 - train station, Chrysler Building studio, Dnieper Dam, Magnetogorsk, Soviet Consulate in New York with Consul Genera Tolokonski; industrial photocollages; Hilliard Wood (Nashville Banner), Lillian Gish, Fred Peel; formal portraits by Paul J. Woolff, Gordon Conner; Chrysler Building gargoyle; dress for Artists' Ball (12 folders)
Box 316 MBW at work, traveling, with various people 1933-1936 - dress for Artists' Ball; Chrysler Building studio, including pet alligators; studio of Karl Brown; Pan Am Flying Clipper; speaking to students; aerial photography for TWA, Croswell Bowen, Ralph Morgan; Sidney Moritz; at trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann (Lindbergh kidnapping); with Eddie Rickenbacker, Laura Ingalls, Carl Brown, Alfred Eisenstaedt, coal miners, Ann Harding, other Hollywood people; portrait of MBW inscribed "To Skinny from Kit"; with coal miners; on horseback; South America trip; portraits by W.F. Gerecke, Dudley Brumbach, Carl Van Vechten; Pan Am publicity (13 folders)
Box 317 MBW at work, traveling, with various people 1936-1938 - Chrysler Building studio; Saunders, Brabazon; Arctic trip, "Aboard S.S. Distributor," Fort Norman; photos of MBW by Rex Norman, Herbert Faris, Arthur Siegel; "You Have Seen Their Faces trip?"; Hollywood, Busbee Berkeley, Frances Langford; seated in judge's chair; Sam Resnick, Frank Demonti; newsstand at Grand Central; MBW speaking to large group and being photographed; on assignment for Borden's; at Ak-Sar-Ben Ball; aboard ship for Europe (13 folders)
Box 318 Eastern Europe, England, Middle East, honeymoon 1938-1939 - aboard ship for Europe; Eastern Europe; pony cart with Evie Roberts; Mayor Frank Hague; with Bessie Walker Calloway, Bill Mason (Atlanta, GA), Kay Cain, Buddy Colley, Broome county (NY) sheriff Earl Daniels, Wilson Hicks, Walter Graebner; photos of MBW taken by Rita McGill, George Angel, Herbert Faris; on assignment for Life (telephone company, paper mill); in England (Daily Mail, Eton); Marines at Fire Island; on camel with Bedouin troops; MBW and Erskine Caldwell on their honeymoon (13 folders)
Box 319 Honeymoon, Middle East, North Africa 1939-1940 - MBW and Erskine Caldwell on their honeymoon; Egypt, North Africa; elections; various portraits with unique photo manipulation; Halsman, J. Hampton Atkinson, Jimmy Collins (14 folders)
Box 320 New York, World's Fair, on assignment as war correspondent 1940-1942 - "Colten Photos" New York; with Adolph Dehn, Ed Stanley, Eleanor Roosevelt, Earl Leiter, William C. Chaplin; photos of MBW by George Maillard Kesslere, Arthur Siegel, Louise Lux, F.A. Cole; "Leon and Eddie's"; publicity shots of MBW; North Africa with troops; New York World's Fair, Paul P. Horney; birds in flight; Rose Nahabedian; Russia trip (Smolensk, Archangel, ; "Town Meeting in the Air"; TWA plane, service desk; "Town Hall"; with Maester and Landau at Hotel Adolphus; Arnold Eagle (BBC); 'Shooting the Russian War' publicity for Simon & Schuster, NBC Radio; war damage; MBW in uniform, with Lee Miller, 97th Bomber Group, Gen. Atkinson (13 folders)
Box 321 MBW on assignment as war correspondent, "Women in Industry" 1942-1943 - MBW with 97th Bomber Group, 1st Fighter Group, 92nd Division, Red Cross workers, "Ask the Man" poster, soldiers, sailors; Peter in uniform; "The Valley of Decision"; publicity for Dodd Studio, Kingsville, TX; Frank Armstrong; participating in Mutual Radio Broadcast; climbing rope ladder on ship; Dick Hart, North Africa; MBW poolside at RKO pictures, with Hal McAldin; photos of MBW by Don Padilla (with photo equipment laid out on the bed), Henry Allen (wearing aviator's wings), Alfred Eisenstaedt; with General Alexander, Helen Heitt, German POWs, war damage, in uniform of U.S. Army Air Corps, having breakfast in bed, "Women in industry" exhibit (15 folders)
Box 322 "Women in industry", war correspondent work, relaxing with friends 1943-1945 - MBW with cameras, wearing hardhat; photos of MBW by Katherine Pete, Henry Allen, Lee Miller, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Morris Wasserman, J.A. Millard; with Captain Marinelli, soldiers, brother Roger, Fred Sullivan (NBC Chicago), members of U.S. Army Signal Corps, Earl Leiter; Krupp mansion; Colby College, ME; "Fletch"; at typewriter, in bathing suit at her pool, inside with friends (13 folders)
Box 323 India and Pakistan trip, including LIFE job #25256 1945-1947 - MBW with Earl J. Leiter; publicity for "The Town House"; Nehru, Jinnah, P.N. Sharma; India and Pakistan people, places; photos of MBW by Croswell Bowen, Sunil Jannah; MBW in sari; Waldorf Astoria hotel; relaxing with brother Roger at home (14 folders)
Box 324 At home, Rutgers University honorary degree, speaking on India 1947-1949 - relaxing with brother Roger at home; photos of MBW by Joe McGuire, Eugene Smith (Cincinnati Post), Amador Packer, Thomas R. Cragg, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Frank Goddard, H. Vernon Davis, Paul R. Schell, Oswald Bach; at Oklahoma College for Women, Chickasha, OK; receiving honorary degree from Rutgers University, with Dwight Eisenhower; holding This Is Cleveland book; speaking to group from podium; Halfway to Freedom lecture/publicity tour; relaxing at home (13 folders)
Box 325 At home, at work, with friends 1949-1951 - MBW at home (making coffee, at typewriter, in autumn woods); with Russ Winnie, O.R. Bach, Capt. Kramer (USAF), Nate Cherniak, friends at dinner, at beach, other locations; Alexander Schneider playing violin in MBW's yard; photos of MBW by Mildred Capron, Constance Stuart, Henry Rapisarda, Tommy Lark, Lisa Larsen, Roy Stevens; gold mine; with guests at exhibit of her work; at Tavern on the Green in New York City; speaking to Camera Club of New York; Morton Press; in and around airplane, helicopter, cargo plane; on vacation; 97th bomber group reunion; in U.S. Air Force "antiexposure suit"; at Goose Air Force Base; receiving honorary degree at University of Michigan; on set of tv show; at United Foundation Report luncheon (13 foldes)
Box 326 Japan, Zonta International, at work/at home, Jesuits (LIFE job #39902) 1951-1953 - helicopter flight; high altitude flight; with Air Force officials; photos of MBW by Willard Hatch, Lee Kyong Mo, Joe Engels, Don Rice; "Economy pest control"; at exhibit of her work; Japanese family, Tokyo riots; Zonta International speech, with Major and Mrs. Lester F. Titus, Monsignor Shanley; relaxing at home; with Ann Sothern and other stars at a pool party; at Union Pacific Resort; with Barbara Lewis and Grace Rogers at exhibit of her photographs; at steel plant; on assignment for Life with Jesuits (13 folders)
Box 327 Relaxing at home; various events/trips 1954-1958 - photos of MBW by Sharon Elser, Joe Rosenthal, Bill Rose, Cecil Davis, Walter Danzan, Peter Stackpole, Jim Leo, Ben Mancuso, Alfred Eisenstaedt, P.T. Cole, Frank Altschul; Stevens College, Kappa Alph Mu Induction Ceremony; in fancy dress; aerial photography trip(s); 88th Infantry reunion with General Sloan; Florida trip scrapbook, Pahokee Glades Observer; holding chimpanzee; being filmed in her home for CBS's "Person to Person"; unidentified lecture tour(s); at exhibit of her work including "Fort Peck Dam"; contact sheets of Ansel Adams; Canadian Pacific Airlines photo; Lynn Stewart (12 folders)
Box 328 Relaxing at home; first operation 1958-1960 - photos of MBW by Frank Altschul, Alfred Wertheimer, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bill Ray, Walter Dazan, Les Barry; award presentation photojournalism conference; speaking to Chicago Advertising Federation; before/after first operation (hospital, recovery, physical therapy); with Alfred Eisenstaedt, Peter Stackpole, [unknown] McAvoy, Eli Wallach, Teresa Wright; working on script for "The Margaret Bourke-White Story"; with Aunt Gussie and Roger's family (13 folders)
Box 329 Family; at home; second operation 1960-1963 - with Aunt Gussie, Roger White, Roger's family, Ruth White, pets; with Victor Keppler, Alfred Eisenstaedt; Life magazine "Maggie's back" party; photos of MBW by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Joseph Wershea, George Tenney, George Karas; physical therapy; Martha's Vineyard; publicity photo for "Portrait of Myself" (12 folders)
Box 330 Family and friends; relaxing at home; at exhibit of her work 1963-1970 - with Roger White, Roger's family, Ruth White, pets; dinner at Hotel Roosevelt; photos of MBW by Edward A. Rogers, Richard Corriden, Arthur Greenspon, Ray Fisher, Sam Falk, George Karas; at exhibit of her work; autographing copies of "Portrait of Myself"; with Sean Callahan; MBW's home; with group of children, cats, Dalmatian (14 folders)
Box 331 Family and friends 1924-1925, 1932, circa 1970 - with George Karas, friends and family at Life offices; photos of MBW by Ralph Steiner; miscellaneous portraits of young MBW; with students at University of Michigan; Everett Chapman, MBW's first husband; MBW with RCA mural (10 folders)
Box 332 At work; South America; Arctic 1931-1937, 1943, 1946 - in Chrysler Building studio; photos of MBW by Lotte Eckener, W.F. Gerecke, others; in carriage with group; South America trip, coffee plantation, "Jay Rice"; Arctic trip, seaplane, copper mine, Imooyak[?] family; Canada; MGM Studios on set of "Gold is Where You Find It"; learning to spin at Gandhi colony; on beach, at typewriter, in flight stuit; (12 folders)
Box 333 Publicity photos, Allied Headquarters, Russia 1938-1949 - in flight suit; photos of MBW by Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Margaret Crosby Schadt, others; MGM and RKO publicity photos; with General Carl A. Spaatz at Allied Headquarters; in war correspondent's uniform in front of map and her photography; signing autographs; photographing downed Nazi plane; Russia, various locations, with Red Army soldiers, tank; at home in yard (14 folders)
Box 334 Home and yard, American Women of Acheivement Awards, on assignment in Korea and Japan 1949-1958 - home, yard, cats, garage; photos of MBW by Hezzog, Yale Joel, Richard Dean; doing aerial photography at Biggs Air Force Base; dangling from Navy helicopter; American Women of Acheivement Awards including Life magazine cake and MBW ice sculpture; with Korean soldiers; Japan, various; Life 20th Anniversary; baby birds in nest (13 folders)
Box 335 Relaxing at home; first operation 1958-1964 - baby birds in nest; photos of MBW by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bob Henriques, Sam Falk, Stuart Abbey; in hospital, physical therapy; with Alfred Eisenstaedt, Edward Steichen; "Norman and the twins on the road" (toddlers, various); relaxing at home alone and with friends Shikego and Norman Sasamori, Monica, others (13 folders)
Box 336 Friends and family; on assignment; surgery circa 1920, 1963-1970 - relaxing at home alone and with friends Shikego and Norman Sasamori, Monica, others; photos of MBW by Stuart Abbey, Richard Corriden; at exhibition of her work; with Alexander Schneider; Roger White as young man, White family; Life photographic staff group picture; women in steel photo; miscellaneous (related to LIFE job #1255-15A); surgery, recovery, physical therapy (13 folders)
Box 337 Surgery, at home with friends/family, with Caldwell, on assignment - surgery, recovery, physical therapy; at home with family, friends, pets; photos of MBW by Cornell Gallagher, others; on ship; on set of unidentified movie; with camera taking photos for "NBC Mural"; at typewriter; with Erskine Caldwell; having hair done; in war correspondent's uniform in various locations; Christmas Card at Cornell; MBW at various ages, some candid and some formal (13 folders)
Box 338 Portraits, candid shots, miscellaneous - portraits of MBW at different ages, some candid; with Carl Carmer, Karl Johnson, Erskine Caldwell, children; at home with friends, family, pets (includes some mounted photos); miscellaneous at work; "MBW's favorite picture of herself"; "To my wife with love from Skinny"; print of pencil portrait (12 folders)
Box 339 Portraits, candid shots, miscellaneous - Mountain range; crucifix in church; rocks and people by [creek]; MBW's passport photos at different ages; original pen and ink portrait of MBW and photo of drawing; [Bill Staples] on carpet with flash bulbs and plates; Bound Brook house (10 folders)
Oversize 22 Portraits, publicity photos, family 1924-1925, 1932-1933, 1942, 1951-1952, 1968 - photos of MBW by Richardson Cremer (signed by him), Yale Joel, Stuart Abbey, others; RKO publicity photos of MBW in uniform and other outfits; tea with officer; American Women of Acheivement Awards including Life magazine cake and MBW ice sculpture; Japan, various; at University of Michigan; Everett Chapman, MBW's first husband; with RCA mural, New York Times, Roger White and family, Life staff; print of pencil portrait; relaxing at home (3 folders)
Box 369 MBW personal files [MBW], interpositives 18538-18709
Box 370 MBW personal files [MBW], interpositives 18710-19119
Box 371 MBW personal files [MBW], interpositives 19120-19354 - includes FDX 19355 on same sheet as MBW 19353/19354; and FDX 19358 on same sheet as MBW 19341/19342
Photographs, professional
The vast majority of this series consists of black and white prints, contact prints, and interpositives, with a few negatives and slides and a small amount of color material. Included here are Bourke-White's work for Fortune and other commercial clients; her work for LIFE magazine covering India, Japan, Russia, and World War II; and photographs related to several books. including You Have Seen Their Faces and American Jesuits. Unless otherwise indicated, all items are black and white. An item-level inventory of this material is available in Excel form.
Please note that a given folder may contain more than one topic or job number. For example, the Chicago Opera House is filed in Box 131, Folders 5-8 and Columbia Gas and Electric is filed in Box 131, Folders 8-10. As a result, Folder 8 contains photographs relating to both.
Independent jobs
Corporate clients of note in this subseries include Fortune Magazine, Goodyear, National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Pan American Airways (Pan Am), and Transworld Airlines (TWA). Individual clients include portraits (Patrick Clyne, Sergei Eisenstein, Mrs. Fitelson and baby) as well as estates and gardens (H. W. Albers, Dr. Charles Briggs, Leonard Hanna).
Box 110, Folder 1 Adirondack Camp
Box 340 Adams, Biston, estate [ADA], interpositives 3041-3042
Box 340 Advertisers Inc. [ADV], interpositives 3043-3051
Box 110, Folder 1-12 Albers, H.W. [ALB] 1929
Box 340 Albers, H.W. [ALB], interpositives 3052-3192
Box 111, Folder 2-11 Aluminum Company of America [ALC] [1934]
Oversize 1, Folder 1 Aluminum Company of America [ALC] [1934]
Box 112, Folder 1-10 Aluminum Company of America [ALC] [1934]
Box 113, Folder 1-11 Aluminum Company of America [ALC] [1934]
Box 114, Folder 1-2 Aluminum Company of America [ALC] [1934]
Box 340 Aluminum Company of America [ALC], interpositives 3312-3351
Box 341 Aluminum Company of America [ALC], interpositives 3352-3639
Box 342 Aluminum Company of America [ALC], interpositives 3640-3673
Box 342 Aluminum [ALU], interpositives 19719-19774 - possibly more Aluminum Company of America
Box 110, Folder 12-13 American Can Company
Oversize 1, Folder 1 American Can Company
Box 110, Folder 13-15 American Catalin Company [ACA]
Box 111, Folder 1-2 American Catalin Company [ACA]
Box 340 American Catalin Company [ACA], interpositives 3674-3758
Box 342 American Magazine [AMA], interpositives 3759-3764
Box 114, Folder 2-8 American Optical Company [AOP]
Box 343 American Optical Company [AOP], interpositives 3765-3873
Box 114, Folder 8-12 American Smelting and Refining Company [ASR] 1929
Box 343 American Smelting and Refining Company [ASR], interpositives 3874-3880
Box 115, Folder 9-13 Amoskeag Mills [AMO] 1934
Box 116, Folder 1-6 Amoskeag Mills [AMO] 1934
Box 342 Amoskeag Mills [AMO], interpositives 3881-3987
Box 114, Folder 8-12 A.M. Andrews [AND] 1933 - eggs, cigarette lighter, platinum products
Box 115, Folder 1-8 A.M. Andrews [AND] 1933-1934 - platinum products, Lektracase, children
Box 342 A.M. Andrews [AND], interpositives 3988-4099
Box 343 A.M. Andrews [AND], interpositives 4100-4144
Box 343 Apparel Arts [APA], interpositives 4145-4157
Box 343 Armand Astringent [ARA], interpositives 4158-4168
Box 116, Folder 6-7 Atlantic Coast Fishery [ACF]
Box 340 Atlantic Coast Fishery [ACF], interpositives 4169-4194
Box 343 Autos on Riverside Drive [ARD], interpositives 4195-4203
Box 343 Ayers and Company [AYC], interpositives 4204-4233
Box 116, Folder 7-8 Babe Ruth Statue [BAB] 1933
Box 343 Babe Ruth Statue [BAB], interpositives 4234-4253
Box 343 Badger, Mrs. [BAD], interpositives 4254-4261
Box 116, Folder 9-12 Bermuda [BER] 1932
Box 117, Folder 1-2 Bermuda [BER] 1932
Box 344 Bermuda [BER], interpositives 4285-4381
Bethlehem Ship Building Corp. [BET]
See Fortune : Bethlehem Ship Building Corp. [BET] below.
Box 343 Blaker Agency, Hearst job [BAH], interpositives 9962-10035
Box 117, Folder 6-10 Blaker Advertising Agency [BLA] 1932 - McEvoy, J.P.
Box 344 Blaker Advertising Agency [BLA], interpositives 4387-4421; 18153-18157
Box 344 Bloor, Mrs. [BLR], interpositives 4422-4440
Box 117, Folder 3-6 Blossom, Dudley S., estate [BLO] 1928
Box 344 Blossom, Dudley S., estate [BLO], interpositives 4441-4483
Box 117, Folder 2-3 Boats [BOA]
Box 344 Boats [BOA], interpositives 4484-4519
Box 344 Boochever, Mrs. [BOO], interpositives 4520-4532
Box 117, Folder 10-12 Briggs, Dr. Charles, estate [BRG] 1927 - dogs
Box 345 Briggs, Dr. Charles, estate [BRG], interpositives 4538-4572
Box 117, Folder 12 Briggs Body Works [BRB]
Box 345 Briggs Body Works [BRB], interpositives 4533-4537
Box 117, Folder 12 Brooks, W.H., estate [BRK]
Box 345 Brooks, W.H., estate [BRK], interpositives 4573-4578
Box 345 Browne, B.W. [BRO], interpositives 4579-4598
Box 345 Browning Crane Company [BRN], interpositives 4599-4601
Box 345 Bruch, E.P. [BRU], interpositives 4602-4606
Box 117, Folder 12 Budd Body Co. [BUD] 1930-1931
Box 118, Folder 1-3 Budd Body Co. [BUD] 1930-1931
Box 345 Budd Body Co. [BUD], interpositives 4607-4670
Box 345 Burnot Fireproofing Company [BUR], interpositives 4671-4680
Box 118, Folder 3-5 Burton, J.P., estate [BUT] 1928
Box 345 Burton, J.P., estate [BUT], interpositives 4681-4693
Box 345 Caldwell, Erskine [CAL], interpositives 4694-4744
Box 348 Caldwell play [CPL], interpositives 19699-19718
See also Journeyman (Caldwell play) [JOU], which may be the same play.
Box 345 Campbell-Ewald, Hiram Walker [CED], interpositives 10334-10351
Box 345 Central Alloy [CEN], interpositives 4745-4746
Box 118, Folder 5 Central National Bank [CNB] 1928
Box 346 Central National Bank [CNB], interpositives 4747-4778
Box 345 Chambers, Mr. Reed [CHM], interpositives 4779-4781
Box 118, Folder 5-6 Chase National Bank [CHN] 1929
Box 345 Chase National Bank [CHN], interpositives 4782
Box 345 Chess (Lennen Mitchell [CHE], interpositives 4783-4789
Box 118, Folder 6-9 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS] - factory
Box 118, Folder 9-10 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS] 1935 - Ralph Boudreau, Cunningham, Huntington
Box 119, Folder 1 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS] 1935 - Huntington, Mitchell, Peacock, Redpath
Box 119, Folder 1-9 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS] - models
Box 345 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS], interpositives 4790-4850
Box 346 Chesterfield Cigarette Co. [CHS], interpositives 4851-4985
Box 119, Folder 9-12 Chrysler Building Studio [CRB] 1931 - Margaret Bourke-White
Box 120, Folder 1-3 Chrysler Building Studio [CRB] 1931 - Margaret Bourke-White
Oversize 1, Folder 4 Chrysler Building Studio [CRB] 1931 - Margaret Bourke-White
Box 129, Folder 2 Chrysler Building Studio [CRB] 1931 - Margaret Bourke-White
Box 348 Chrysler Building Studio [CRB], interpositives 4986-5020
Box 348 Chrysler Corporation [CRY], interpositives 5021-5141
See also Meldrum and Fewsmith (Chrysler gargoyles) [MAF].
Box 120, Folder 3-4 Clapp, W.M., estate [CLP] 1928
Box 346 Clapp , W.M., estate [CLP], interpositives 5142-5179
Box 346 Cleveland Fair [CLF, interpositives 5180; 5182-5198
Box 120, Folder 4 Cleveland Trust Company [CTC]
Box 348 Cleveland Trust Company [CTC], interpositives 5199-5226
Box 346 Clouds [CLD], interpositives 5227-5244
Box 120, Folder 4 Clyne, Patrick
Box 346 Coca-Cola [COC], interpositives 5245-5250
Box 120, Folder 4-7 Columbia University [CLU]
Box 346 Columbia University [CLU], interpositives 5251-5260
Box 120, Folder 7-8 Columbus Avenue Bridge [COL]
Box 347 Columbus Avenue Bridge [COL], interpositives 5261-5322
Box 120, Folder 8-11 Commercial Solvents [COM] 1936
Box 347 Commercial Solvents [COM], interpositives 5328-5397
Box 351 Company A 16th Infantry, Fort Dix, NJ [FDX], interpositives 19356-19391 - for FDX 19355 see MBW 19353/19354; for FDX 19358 see MBW 19341/19342
Box 120, Folder 12 Congoleum Nairn Corp. [CON] 1936
Box 347 Congoleum Nairn Corp. [CON], interpositives 5398-5417; 5424-5438
Box 120, Folder 12 Continental Paper Co. [COP]
Box 121, Folder 1 Continental Paper Co. [COP]
Box 347 Continental Paper Co. [COP], interpositives 5418-5423
Box 121, Folder 1 Convent [CVT]
Box 121, Folder 1-4 Cornell University [COR] 1927
Box 347 Cornell University [COR], interpositives 5439-5675
Box 121, Folder 4-5 Cosmopolitan [COS] - Floyd Gibbons
Box 347, Folder 4-5 Cosmopolitan [COS], interpositives 5676-5704
Box 348 Coxe, Daniel [COX], interpositives 5705-5712
Box 348 Day, Mrs. [DAY], interpositives 5713
Box 121, Folder 5-6 DeLiagre, Mr. [DEL] 1934
Box 349 DeLiagre, Mr. [DEL], interpositives 5714-5764
Box 349 Delineator Editorial Offices [DLN], interpositives 5765-5828
Box 121, Folder 6-9 Delman Shoes [DLS] 1934
Box 349 Delman Shoes [DLS], interpositives 5829-5851
Box 349 Dunn and Copper [DUN], interpositives 5852
Eastern Air Lines [EAL]
Box 121, Folder 9-10 Aerial views
Box 122, Folder 1-10 Aerial views; New York City; miscellaneous
Box 123, Folder 1-12 New York City; clouds; planes in flight
Box 124, Folder 1-11 Planes in flight
Box 125, Folder 1-6 Planes in flight; plane interiors; planes on ground
Box 349 Miscellaneous [EAL] interpositives 5853-5899
Box 350 Miscellaneous [EAL] interpositives 5900-6204
Box 351 Eastman, [Miss or Mrs.] [EST], interpositives 6205-6211
Box 125, Folder 6-8 Eisenstein, Sergei [EIS]
Box 351 Eisenstein, Sergei [EIS], interpositives 6212-6245
Box 125, Folder 8 Ely estate [ELY]
Box 351 Ely estate [ELY], interpositives 6246-6247
Box 125, Folder 8-11 Empire State Building [EMP]
Box 351 Empire State Building [EMP], interpositives 6248-6258
Box 351 Emsley, Mrs. [EMS], interpositives 6259-6270
Box 125, Folder 11-12 Erie Railroad [ERC] 1937
Box 351 Erie Railroad [ERC], interpositives 6271-6282
Erwin Wasey and Company [ERW]
Box 125, Folder 12 Miscellaneous
Box 126, Folder 1-6 Miscellaneous
Oversize 1, Folder 1 Miscellaneous
Box 126, Folder 6 Dromedary Dates
Box 126, Folder 6-10 Fisher Auto
Box 126, Folder 10-12 National Distillery 1934
Box 126, Folder 12 Street scenes, New York
See also New York street scenes, which may be the same job.
Box 127, Folder 1-2 Street scenes, New York
Oversize 1, Folder 1 Street scenes, New York
Box 351 Interpositives 6283-6337
Box 127, Folder 2 Esquire [ESQ]
Box 351 Esquire [ESQ], interpositives 6338-6347 - includes FAR 6348 on same sheet with ESQ 6347
Box 127, Folder 2-3 Farand, Livingston [FAR]
Box 351 Farand, Livingston [FAR], interpositives 6349-6358 - for FAR 6348, see ESQ 6347
Box 351 Federation Drive [FED], interpositives 6359-6361
Box 127, Folder 3-4 Ferry Manley, Cleveland
Box 351 Field, Norman [FIE], interpositives 6362
Box 351 Firestone, Harvey Sr. [FIR], interpositives 6363-6371
Box 127, Folder 4-5 First National Bank of Boston [FNB] 1929
Box 352 First National Bank of Boston [FNB], interpositives 6372-6396
Box 127, Folder 5-7 Fischer, Louis [FSH] 1932
Box 359 Fischer, Louis [FSH], interpositives 6397-6438
Box 127, Folder 7-9 Fitelson, Mrs. and baby [FTL]
Box 359 Fitelson, Mrs. and baby [FTL], interpositives 6439-6494
Box 127, Folder 9 Fleischman estate [FLE]
Box 351 Fleischman estate [FLE], interpositives 6495-6522
Box 127, Folder 9-11 Fletcher and Ellis [FLT] 1934 - Gooderham and Worts, including Thanksgiving
Box 352 Fletcher and Ellis [FLT], interpositives 6503-6546
Flintkote [FLN]
See Fortune : Flintkote [FLN].
Box 352 Flower shop, Hotel Cleveland [FLS], interpositives 6639-6642
Box 127, Folder 11 Ford [FRD] - dumping slag
Box 128, Folder 1-3 Ford [FRD] - blast furnace, workers, Ford headquarters
Box 129, Folder 2 Ford [FRD] - "Testing the heat"
Oversize 1, Folder 4 Ford [FRD] - "Testing the heat"
Box 358 Ford [FRD], interpositives 6643-6715 (missing 6716-6717)
Fortune [FOR]
Numerous jobs are filed here, some with their own codes.
Box 128, Folder 3-9 American Woolen 1934
Box 129, Folder 2 American Woolen
Oversize 1, Folder 4 American Woolen
Box 128, Folder 9-10 Armour Co. 1934
Box 129, Folder 1-2 Armour Co. 1934
Oversize 1, Folder 4 Armour Co. 1934
Box 129, Folder 4-11 Automobile worker's family 1935
Box 130, Folder 1-4 Automobile worker's family and homes 1935
Oversize 1, Folder 1-2 Automobile worker's family 1935
Box 130, Folder 4-9 Bethlehem Ship Building Corp., Baltimore Drydock Plant [BET] 1937
Box 131, Folder 1-3 Bethlehem Ship Building Corp., Baltimore Drydock Plant [BET] 1937
Box 344 Bethlehem Ship Building Corp., Baltimore Drydock Plant [BET], interpositives 4382-4386
Box 131, Folder 3 Bendix Bearing
Box 131, Folder 3-5 Campbell Soups 1935
Box 131, Folder 5-8 Chicago Opera House 1931
Box 131, Folder 8-10 Columbia Gas and Electric 1937
Box 132, Folder 1 Columbia Gas and Electric 1937
Box 132, Folder 1-3 Corning Glass 1929
Box 129, Folder 2 Drought area 1934
Box 132, Folder 3-8 Drought area 1934
Oversize 1, Folder 3 Drought area 1934
Oversize 1, Folder 5 Drought area 1934
Box 132, Folder 8-10 Elgin Watch Company 1929
Box 133, Folder 1-2 Elgin Watch Company 1929
Box 133, Folder 2-6 Flintkote [FLN] 1935 - pipes, tanks, tarpaper, shingles
Oversize 1, Folder 3 Flintkote [FLN] 1935 - research laboratory
Box 351 Flintkote [FLN], interpositives 6547-6590
Box 352 Flintkote [FLN], interpositives 6591-6638
Box 133, Folder 6-10 Garment factory 1930
Box 133, Folder 10 General Motors 1938-1939
See also General Motors items below.
Box 134, Folder 1 General Motors 1938-1939
Box 134, Folder 2-4 German A.E.G. - generators
Box 134, Folder 10 Germany 1930 - Ruhr Valley; possibly A.E.G.
See also Germany, below.
Box 134, Folder 4-6 Germany, North German Lloyd [Norddeutscher Lloyd] - sailors, ships
Box 134, Folder 6-10 Germany, UFA Studios - movie sets, backstage, etc.
Box 134, Folder 10-11 Gorham Silver
Box 134, Folder 11 Great Lakes 1929
Box 135, Folder 1-3 Great Lakes 1929
Box 135, Folder 3-6 Great Lakes Exposition 1936
Box 135, Folder 6-8 Hiram Walker
Box 135, Folder 8-10 Hudson Coal 1930
Box 136, Folder 1 Hudson Coal 1930
Box 136, Folder 1-11 Indiana Limestone
Box 136, Folder 11 International Harvester 1933 - Alexander Legge
Box 137, Folder 1-4 International Harvester 1933
Box 129, Folder 3-4 International Paper 1937 - logging
Box 137, Folder 4-10 International Paper 1937 - logging
Box 138, Folder 1-10 International Paper 1937 - log drivers; dynamiting
Box 139, Folder 1-11 International Paper 1937 - logging; paper mill
Box 140, Folder 1-10 International Paper 1937 - cutting and loading newsprint; scenes of town life
Box 141, Folder 1-7 International Paper 1937 - scenes of town life; log rafts
Oversize 1, Folder 5-7 International Paper 1937 - logging
Oversize 2, Folder 1-6 International Paper 1937 - logging
Oversize 3, Folder 1-6 International Paper 1937 - logging; paper mill
Oversize 4, Folder 1-6 International Paper 1937 - paper production; loading newsprint
Oversize 5, Folder 1-6 International Paper 1937 - scenes of town life
Oversize 6, Folder 1-3 International Paper 1937 - paper mill; log rafts
Box 141, Folder 7-11 International Silver 1937
Box 141, Folder 11 Jersey City Printing Press 1938
Box 142, Folder 1 Jersey City Printing Press 1938
Box 142, Folder 1-3 Johns Manville 1934
Box 141, Folder 4 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] - George Washington Bridge, traffic circle
See also Portland Cement Company below, which may be the same company.
Box 142, Folder 3-5 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] - George Washington Bridge, traffic circle, highway
Box 165, Folder 10-12 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] 1930 - steam shovel; train cars; mixing cement
Box 166, Folder 1 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] 1930 - steam shovel; train cars; storage bins; workers
Box 166, Folder 6-12 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] 1930
Oversize 6, Folder 3 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] - George Washington Bridge, traffic circle
Oversize 7, Folder 5 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] 1930
Oversize 23 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH] - bridge
Box 368 Lehigh Portland Cement [LEH], interpositives 11366-11388 - includes LET 11391 on same sheet as LEH 11388
Box 142, Folder 5-8 Montgomery Ward 1934
Box 142, Folder 8-12 National Cash Register 1930
Box 142, Folder 12 National City Bank 1931
Box 143, Folder 1-4 National City Bank 1931
Box 143, Folder 4-6 New York Barrel Factory
Box 143, Folder 6-8 New York City, Grand Central Terminal 1930
Box 143, Folder 8-12 New York Times
Box 144, Folder 1 New York Times
Box 144, Folder 1-3 Nichols Copper 1932
Box 144, Folder 4-6 Oliver Plow Company
Box 144, Folder 6-11 Owens Illinois Glass
Box 144, Folder 11 Parke-Davis Company 1930
Box 145, Folder 1-4 Parke-Davis Company 1930
Box 145, Folder 4 Pennsylvania Coal Mine 1936
Box 145, Folder 4-7 Pennsylvania Railroad officials - Clement, Countey, Deasey, Col. Young, group shot
Oversize 1, Folder 3 Pennsylvania Railroad officials - President Clement
Box 145, Folder 8-10 Phelps-Dodge Copper 1932
Box 145, Folder 10-11 Port of New York Authority
Box 146, Folder 1 Port of New York Authority
Box 146, Folder 1-4 Retsoff Salt Mine 1930
Box 146, Folder 4-7 Rome Wire 1929
Box 146, Folder 7-11 Speakeasies 1932-1933 - Dublin, Moriarty's, New Yorker, Surf Club, 21 W. 52nd Street
Box 147, Folder 1-3 Speakeasies 1933 - 21 W. 52nd Street, White Horse
Box 147, Folder 4-7 Wurlitzer Factory
Box 147, Folder 7-11 Sherwin Williams
Box 148, Folder 1 Singer Sewing Machine Company
Box 148, Folder 2-5 Steinway Piano
Box 166, Folder 1 Steinway Piano - making keys
Oversize 7, Folder 5 Steinway Piano - making keys
Box 148, Folder 5-8 Studebaker - workers, assembly line
Box 148, Folder 8-10 Swift & Co. 1929 - hogs, processing, pork products
See also Swift & Company, Redbook [SWI].
Box 149, Folder 1-3 Swift & Co. 1929 - hogs, processing, pork products
Box 149, Folder 3-7 Swift & Co. 1931 - cattle, processing, beef products
Box 149, Folder 7-11 Texas Oil 1937 - derricks, tanks, tank cars
Box 150, Folder 1-4 Texas Oil 1937 - oil freighter, tank cars, refineries
Box 150, Folder 5 White Trucking 1931
Box 150, Folder 5-7 Warner Bros. - Harry Warner; people at work
Box 150, Folder 7-10 Wrigley [WRI] 1931 - Mr. Wrigley; Juicy Fruit gum production
See also Wrigley Jr. Company, W.M. below.
Box 352 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 6718-6900
Box 353 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 6901-7250 - missing 7137-7138
Box 354 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 7251-7600
Box 355 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 7601-7900
Box 356 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 7901-8200
Box 357 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 8201-8550
Box 358 Miscellaneous [FOR] interpositives 8551-8682
Box 358 Frary, I.T. [FRA], interpositives 8683-8691
Box 150, Folder 10-11 French water scenes [FRW] 1930 - canals at Roncevaux
Box 151, Folder 1 French water scenes [FRW] 1930 - canals at Roncevaux
Box 359 French water scenes [FRW], interpositives 8694-8636 - includes FRT 8737 on same sheet with FRW 8636
Box 151, Folder 1-3 Fritzche [or Fritsche] Brothers [FRT] - essential oils manufacturer; chemists, office workers, loading docks
Box 358 Fritzche [or Fritsche] Brothers [FRT], interpositives 8738-8788 - includes GEC 8789 on same sheet with FRT 8788; for FRT 8737 see FRW 8636
Box 151, Folder 3-6 General Electric [GEC]
Box 361 General Electric [GEC], interpositives 8789-8798 - includes GMT 8799 on same sheet with GEC 8798; for GEC 8789 see FRT 8788
Box 151, Folder 6-7 General Motors Trucks [GMT]
See also Fortune : General Motors above.
Box 361 General Motors Trucks [GMT], interpositives 8800-8832
Box 361 General Motors Vacuum [GMV], interpositives 8833-8839
Box 362 General Tire and Rubber [GTR], interpositives 8840-8846 - includes GWF 8847 on same sheet with GTR 8846
Box 362 Geneva Watch Factory [GWF], interpositives 8847-8860 - for GWF 8847, see GTR 8846
Box 362 George Washington Bridge [GWB], interpositives 8862-8887
Box 151, Folder 7-10 German Army [GRA] 1932 - General von Seeckt; Major Gen. von Witzdorff; tanks and anti-tank guns
Box 152, Folder 1-6 German Army [GRA] 1932 - tanks, anti-tank guns, barracks, soldiers
Oversize 1, Folder 3 German Army [GRA] 1932 - officers
Box 362 German Army [GRA], interpositives 8888-8947
Germany [GER]
See also Fortune : Germany above.
Box 152, Folder 6-7 Borsig Locomotive Works 1930
Box 152, Folder 7-8 North German Lloyd [Norddeutscher Lloyd] - SS Bremen; SS Europa
Box 152, Folder 9 Junkers Aeroplane 1930
Box 152, Folder 9 Dr. Hans Luther [LTR] 1932
Box 369 Dr. Hans Luther [LTR], interpositives 11469-11480
Box 152, Folder 9-10 Rohrbach Aeroplane
Box 152, Folder 11-12 I.G. Farben 1930 - chemical plant
Box 153, Folder 1-6 I.G. Farben 1930 - chemical plant
Box 361 Miscellaneous [GER] interpositives, 8948-9143
Box 361 Globe Company [GLB], interpositives 9148-9150
Box 152, Folder 10-11 Good Housekeeping [GDH]
Box 359 Good Housekeeping [GDH], interpositives 9151-9167
Box 153, Folder 6-12 Goodyear [GDY] 1933-1934 - tire plant; dirigible "Akron"; tire and rubber; traffic; New Jersey station; safety
Box 154, Folder 1-12 Goodyear [GDY] 1933-1934 - safety; executive portrait; tires
Box 155, Folder 1-2 Goodyear [GDY] 1933 - tires
Box 359 Goodyear [GDY], interpositives 9168-9350
Box 360 Goodyear [GDY], interpositives 9351-9632 - missing GDY 9361, 9562
Box 361 Goodyear [GDY], interpositives 9633-9658
Box 362 Grace & Holiday Glass [GRH], interpositives 9144-9147
Box 155, Folder 2-4 Granger Tobacco [GTO]
Box 362 Granger Tobacco [GTO], interpositives 9663
Box 362 Gravent, Mr. [GVT], interpositives 9965
Box 155, Folder 4-5 Griffith, Mr. and children [GRI] 1935
Box 362 Griffith, Mr. and children [GRI], interpositives 9666-9689
Box 155, Folder 5-7 Gulf Oil [GOP] - planes and pilots
Box 362 Gulf Oil [GOP], interpositives 9690-9721 - planes and pilots
Box 155, Folder 7-12 Hanna, Leonard C. Jr., estate [LHJ] 1928
Box 155, Folder 12-13 Hanna, Mrs. Leonard Sr. [LHJ] 1928
Box 368 Hanna, Leonard Jr. [LHJ], interpositives 9750-9814; 11247-11268
Box 362 Hanna, Mrs. L. Sr. [HML], interpositives 9722-9749
Box 155, Folder 13 Harper Brothers, Albert Payson Terhune estate [HBT] 1934
Box 156, Folder 1-3 Harper Brothers, Albert Payson Terhune estate [HBT] 1934
Box 362 Harper Brothers, Albert Payson Terhune estate [HBT], interpositives 9815-9836
Box 156, Folder 3-4 Harrison, Charles L., estate [CLH] 1928
Box 346 Harrison, Charles L., estate [CLH], interpositives 9837-9850
Box 156, Folder 4-10 Hartol [HPC] 1937
Box 362 Hartol [HPC], interpositives 9851-9880
Box 363 Hartol [HPC], interpositives 9881-9911
Box 156, Folder 10-12 Hawaii [HWI] 1938
Box 157, Folder 1-9 Hawaii [HWI] 1938
Box 364 Hawaii [HWI], interpositives 9912-9961
Box 157, Folder 9-14 Hearst jobs [HRT] 1934-1935 - New York American: views of New York from Woolworth Building, Carl Schuster's apartment, printing plant
Box 158, Folder 1-3 Hearst jobs [HRT] 1934-1935 - New York American: printing plant, reporters, Sperry Gyroscope
Box 363 Hearst jobs [HRT], interpositives 10036-10268
Box 158, Folder 3-4 Heights High School, Cleveland [HTH] 1927
Box 364 Heights High School, Cleveland [HTH], interpositives 10269-10276
Box 158, Folder 4-5 Hepburn [HBN] 1936
Box 362 Hepburn [HBN], interpositives 10277-10321
Box 363 Herald Tribune [HTE], interpositives 10302-10306
Box 362 Herman, Mrs. L., portrait [HER], interpositives 10307-10309
Box 158, Folder 5 Higbee Company, Cleveland [HGB] 1928
Box 362 Higbee Company, Cleveland [HGB], interpositives 10310-10311
Box 158, Folder 5-6 High level bridge, Cleveland [HLB] 1929
Oversize 1, Folder 3 High level bridge, Cleveland [HLB] 1929
Box 362 High level bridge, Cleveland [HLB], interpositives 10318-10319
Box 158, Folder 6-8 Hindus, Maurice [MHD]
Box 371 Hindus, Maurice [MHD], interpositives 10320-10333
Box 362 Hoffman, Helen and Ruth [HOF], interpositives 10352-10354
Box 158, Folder 8-9 House Beautiful [HBC]
Box 362 House Beautiful [HBC], interpositives 10355-10356
Housing exhibit [HEX], interpositives 10357
See BHB 10358.
Box 158, Folder 9-12 (Blackman) Hudson River Bridge [BHB]
Box 159, Folder 1 (Blackman) Hudson River Bridge [BHB] 1933
Box 344 (Blackman) Hudson River Bridge [BHB], interpositives 10358-10385 - includes HEX 10357 on same sheet as BHB 10358
Box 159, Folder 1-9 Hupmobile [HUP] 1933
Box 364 Hupmobile [HUP], interpositives 10386-10387; 10405-10499
Box 159, Folder 9-11 Hutchins, Lorabel, portrait [HTS]
Box 160, Folder 1 Hutchins, Lorabel, portrait [HTS]
Box 364 Hutchins, Lorabel, portrait [HTS], interpositives 10500-10521
Box 160, Folder 2-11 Indianapolis 500 [IND] 1935
Box 161, Folder 1-12 Indianapolis 500 [IND] 1935
Box 162, Folder 1-10 Indianapolis 500 [IND] 1935
Box 366 Indianapolis 500 [IND], interpositives 10522-10762
Box 162, Folder 10-11 Isotta Franchini [ISO]
Box 366 Isotta Franchini [ISO], interpositives 10763-10767
Box 366 Johnson, Homer, Cleveland Heights [JOH], interpositives 10768-10777
Box 162, Folder 11 Journeyman (Caldwell play) [JOU]
See also Caldwell play [CPL], which may be the same play.
Box 366 Journeyman (Caldwell play) [JOU], interpositives 10778-10890
Box 367 Journeyman (Caldwell play) [JOU], interpositives 10891-10959
Box 162, Folder 11-12 Katz, E., estate, Gates Mills [KGM] 1928
Box 367 Katz, E., estate, Gates Mills [KGM], interpositives 10960-10973
Box 367 Kaufman, Mrs. [KFN], interpositives 10974-10987
Box 367 Keenan, Michael [KEE], interpositives 10988
Box 367 Keller, Mr. K.T. [KEL], interpositives 10989-10991
Box 368 Kinney & Brown [KIN], interpositives 10992-10995
Box 367 Kirtland Country Club [KCC], interpositives 10996-11001
Box 368 Knowlton, Don, daughter [KNO], interpositives 11002-11006
Box 368 Kreyemborg, Arthur and Mrs. [KYB], interpositives 11007-11008
Box 368 Kroger Bakery [KRO], interpositives 11009-11013
Box 367 Kroger Grocery Warehouse [KGW], interpositives 11014-11027
Box 162, Folder 12 Kudner Agency [KUD] 1935 - Buick
Box 163, Folder 1-11 Kudner Agency [KUD] 1935 - Buick; Arthur-Kudner Inc. and Arthur Kudner
Box 164, Folder 1-8 Kudner Agency [KUD] 1935-1936 - Arthur-Kudner Inc. and Arthur Kudner
Box 367 Kudner Agency [KUD], interpositives 11028-11205
Box 164, Folder 8-10 Kuh, Frederick [KUH] 1932
Box 164, Folder 10-11 Kuh, Renata [KUH]
Box 368 Kuh, Frederick/Renata [KUH], interpositives 11206-11228
Box 367 Kulas and secretary [KAS], interpositives 11229-11246
Box 164, Folder 11-12 Ladies' Home Journal [LHJ] 1933
Box 165, Folder 1-7 Ladies' Home Journal [LHJ] 1933
Box 165, Folder 7-10 La Salle [LAS]
Box 368 La Salle [LAS], interpositives 11333-11362
Box 368 Lee, Carl R. [LEE], interpositives 11363; 11367-11368
Box 166, Folder 13 Letchworth Village [LET] 1932
Box 167, Folder 1-4 Letchworth Village [LET] 1932
Box 368 Letchworth Village [LET], interpositives 11393-11408; 11415-11441
LIT 11409 on same sheet as LET 11408; for LET 11391 see LEH 11388.
Box 167, Folder 4 Limestone Clock [LSE] 1933
Box 369 Limestone Clock [LSE], interpositives 11446-11447
Box 166, Folder 1 Lincoln Electric [LCL] 1929
Box 167, Folder 5-7 Lincoln Electric [LCL] 1929
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Lincoln Electric [LCL] 1929
Oversize 7, Folder 6 Lincoln Electric [LCL] 1929
Box 368 Lincoln Electric [LCL], interpositives 11448-11468
Box 368 Litschutz family [LIT], interpositives 11409-11414 - for LIT 11409 see LET 11409
Box 166, Folder 1-2 Louisville, Kentucky - flood story
Box 167, Folder 7 Louisville, Kentucky - flood story
Oversize 7, Folder 7-8 Louisville, Kentucky - flood story
Dr. Hans Luther [LTR]
See Germany : Dr. Hans Luther [LTR].
Box 167, Folder 7-10 Lynn Bond Shoe Factory [LBS] 1929
Box 368 Lynn Bond Shoe Factory [LBS], interpositives 11493-11511
Box 369 Lyon Metal Products [LYO], interpositives 11481-11492
Box 371 Malamed's daughter [MMD], interpositives 11550-11555
Box 167, Folder 10-11 McCall's [MCL]
Box 371 McCall's [MCL], interpositives 11512-11517
Box 167, Folder 11 Machine shop, A.L. Adams [MSA]
Box 168, Folder 1 Machine shop, A.L. Adams [MSA]
Box 371 Machine shop, A.L. Adams [MSA], interpositives 11518-11539
Box 168, Folder 1-3 Macy's Bureau of Standards / Chemistry lab [MAC]
Box 369 Macy's Bureau of Standards / Chemistry lab [MAC], interpositives 11540-11549
Box 372 Martini Rossi [MTR], interpositives 11556-11634
See also Richardson [RIC].
Box 369 Meldrum and Fewsmith (Chrysler gargoyles) [MAF], interpositives 11635-11661
Box 371 Mentor Harbor [MTH], interpositives 11662-11667
Box 168, Folder 3-7 Miller Industries [MRI] 1931
Box 371 Miller Industries [MRI], interpositives 11668-11675
Box 168, Folder 7-8 Munger, Jessie D., estate, Plainfield, NJ [MUN] 1927
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Munger, Jessie D., estate, Plainfield, NJ [MUN] 1927
Box 372 Munger, Jessie D., estate, Plainfield, NJ [MUN], interpositives 11676-11697
Box 371 Murals for the home [MRL], interpositives 11698-11706
Box 168, Folder 8 Murray Arthur [MAM]
Box 369 Murray Arthur [MAM], interpositives 11707-11710
National Broadcasting Company (NBC) [NBC]
Box 166, Folder 2-5 Mural
Box 168, Folder 8-9 Mural
Box 169, Folder 1-10 Mural - includes sending station in Bellmore, Long Island
Box 170, Folder 1-11 Mural
Box 171, Folder 1-11 Mural
Box 172, Folder 1 Mural
Box 172, Folder 1-5 Studio Orchestra
Box 172, Folder 5-7 Switches
Box 172, Folder 7-9 Television
Box 172, Folder 9-11 WAEF Broadcasting Tower, Bellmore, Long Island
Box 173, Folder 1-7 WAEF Broadcasting Tower, Bellmore, Long Island
Box 176, Folder 7 WAEF Broadcasting Tower, Bellmore, Long Island
Oversize 7, Folder 8 WAEF Broadcasting Tower, Bellmore, Long Island
Box 375 Miscellaneous [NBC] interpositives 11711-11739
Box 376 Miscellaneous [NBC] interpositives 11740-12013
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) [NEA]
Box 174, Folder 6 NEA 1934
Box 174, Folder 6-11 Backstage
Box 174, Folder 11-13 Boulder Dam 1935
Box 174, Folder 13 Senator [William] Borah 1934
Box 175, Folder 1 Senator [William] Borah 1934
Box 175, Folder 1 The Capitol 1934
Box 175, Folder 1-1 Cleveland, Halle Bros. Department Store 1934
Box 175, Folder 2-5 Dust storms 1935
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Dust storms 1935
Box 175, Folder 6 Flowers
Box 175, Folder 6-9 Washington, D.C
Box 175, Folder 9-10 MGM, "The Flame Within" 1935
Box 175, Folder 10-11 New Department of Labor building 1934
Box 175, Folder 11 Newport [1934?]
Box 176, Folder 1-5 Newport
Box 176, Folder 7-10 Newport
Oversize 7, Folder 8-9 Newport 1934
Box 176, Folder 5-7, 12 Olympics 1936
Box 177, Folder 1 Olympics 1936
Box 176, Folder 10 President Roosevelt 1934
Box 177, Folder 3-6 President Roosevelt 1934
Oversize 7, Folder 9 President Roosevelt 1934
Box 177, Folder 6-12 Washington, D.C.; Statue of Liberty
Box 178, Folder 1-1 Wall Street [WST]
Box 399 Wall Street [WST], interpositives 19775-19777
Box 177, Folder 1-3 Miscellaneous
Box 178, Folder 2 Miscellaneous
Box 377 Miscellaneous [NEA] interpositives 12956-13239
Box 378 Miscellaneous [NEA] interpositives 13240-13529
Box 379 Miscellaneous [NEA] interpositives 13530-13624
Box 178, Folder 2-3 Necktie District
Box 380 New Theatre Group [NTG], interpositives 13631-13640
Box 178, Folder 4 New York Central [NYC] 1937
Box 380 New York Central [NYC], interpositives 13641-13646
Box 178, Folder 5-6 New York City
Box 380 New York Journal [NYJ], interpositives 13668-13673
Box 380 New York skyline [NYS], interpositives 13674-13676
Box 379 New York street scenes [NSS], interpositives 13647-13667
See also Erwin Wasey and Company : Street scenes New York which may be the same job.
Box 178, Folder 6-8 New York Tuberculosis Society [NYT] 1934
Box 380 New York Tuberculosis Society [NYT], interpositives 13677-13683
Box 178, Folder 3-4 Newell, John Jr., estate [NJJ] 1928
Box 379 Newell, John Jr., estate [NJJ], interpositives 13625-13630
Box 379 Niagara Falls [NGF], interpositives 13684-13693
Box 178, Folder 8-11 (Blackman) Niagara Hudson steam turbine [NHS]
Box 379 (Blackman) Niagara Hudson steam turbine [NHS], interpositives 13694-13701
Box 379 Niagara Hudson Power Company [NHP], interpositives 13702-13725
Box 178, Folder 12 Northrup Memorial Camp [NMC] 1940
Box 179, Folder 1-4 Northrup Memorial Camp [NMC] 1940
Box 379 Northrup Memorial Camp [NMC], interpositives 13726-13791
Box 179, Folder 4 Orchid Conservatory [OCY] 1929
Box 380 Orchid Conservatory [OCY], interpositives 13792-13808
Box 380 Ore piles [OPS], interpositives 13809-13812
Box 380 Ornstein, Mrs. [ORN], interpositives 13813-13848
Box 176, Folder 11 Otis Steel Mill, Cleveland, Ohio [OSM] 1929
Box 179, Folder 5-11 Otis Steel Mill, Cleveland, Ohio [OSM] 1929
Oversize 7, Folder 9 Otis Steel Mill, Cleveland, Ohio [OSM] 1929
Oversize 8, Folder 1-3 Otis Steel Mill, Cleveland, Ohio [OSM] 1929
Box 380 Otis Steel Mill, Cleveland, Ohio [OSM], interpositives 13849-13918
Box 179, Folder 11-13 Oxford Paper Company [OPC] 1932
Box 180, Folder 1-5 Oxford Paper Company [OPC] 1932
Box 380 Oxford Paper Company [OPC], interpositives 13919-13962
Pan American Airways (Pan Am) [PAA]
Box 181, Folder 10-11 Buenos Aires [1936]
Box 176, Folder 11-12 Coffee plantation 1936
Box 181, Folder 11-13 Coffee plantation 1936
Box 182, Folder 1-4 Coffee plantation 1936
Oversize 8, Folder 4 Coffee plantation 1936
Box 180, Folder 10-12 Rio de Janeiro 1936
Box 181, Folder 1-10 Rio de Janeiro 1936
Box 180, Folder 5-10 Sikorsky S-42 1934
Box 380 Miscellaneous [PAA] interpositives 13963-14060
Box 381 Miscellaneous [PAA] interpositives 14061-14330
Box 382 Miscellaneous [PAA] interpositives 14331-14471
Box 182, Folder 4-5 SS Paris, French Line [PSS]
Box 383 SS Paris, French Line [PSS], interpositives 14472-14473
Box 383 Pepper Pike Country Club [PPC], interpositives 14480-14496
Box 383 Perfection stove, McCann Co. [PSM], interpositives 14497-14500
Box 182, Folder 5-7 Perkins Institute [PKI] 1932
Box 383 Perkins Institute [PKI], interpositives 14524-14527
Box 182, Folder 7-10 Pierce Arrow [PAW]
Box 382 Pierce Arrow [PAW], interpositives 14529; 14535-14547
Box 383 Pitkin and Mott [PKM], interpositives 14549-14560
Box 182, Folder 10-12 Polio [POL]
Box 383 Polio [POL], interpositives 14585-14596
Box 383 Portland Cement Company [PCC], interpositives 14597-14604
See also Fortune : Lehigh Portland Cement above, which may be the same company.
Box 383 Post Office [POE], interpositives 14605-14608
Box 182, Folder 12 Prentis, Mrs. F.F., estate [PRE] 1928
Box 183, Folder 1-3 Prentis, Mrs. F.F., estate [PRE] 1928
Box 383 Prentis, Mrs. F.F., estate [PRE], interpositives 14609-14679
Box 183, Folder 3-11 Price Brothers Paper, Ltd. [PBS] 1932
Box 184, Folder 2-12 Price Brothers Paper, Ltd. [PBS] 1932
Box 185, Folder 1-3 Price Brothers Paper, Ltd. [PBS] 1932
Oversize 8, Folder 5 Price Brothers Paper, Ltd. [PBS] 1932
Box 382 Price Brothers Paper, Ltd. [PBS], interpositives 14680-14695; 14701-14879
Box 383 Public Square [PUB], interpositives 14880-14894
Box 185, Folder 3-5 Radio City [RAD] 1933
Box 383 Radio City [RAD], interpositives 14895-14944 - missing 14913
Box 185, Folder 5-8 Radio Corporation of America (RCA) [RCA] 1931
Box 384 Radio Corporation of America (RCA) [RCA], interpositives 14945-15023
Box 185, Folder 10 Redbook [RBK] 1935 - St. Louis
See also Swift & Company, Redbook [SWI].
Box 383 Redbook [RBK], interpositives 15029-15050
Box 384 Redbook [RBK], interpositives 15051-15071
Box 185, Folder 10-12 Republic Steel Corporation [RIS]
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Republic Steel Corporation [RIS]
Box 384 Republic Steel Corporation [RIS], interpositives 15072-15116
Box 185, Folder 12 Richardson [RIC] 1935 - Martini & Rossi
Box 384 Richardson [RIC], interpositives 15117-15122
Box 384 Rorimer-Brooks Powers House [RBP], interpositives 15123-15125
Box 185, Folder 12 Rosenbaum Grain [RGC] 1931
Box 186, Folder 1-5 Rosenbaum Grain [RGC] 1931
Oversize 8, Folder 5 Rosenbaum Grain [RGC] 1931
Box 384 Rosenbaum Grain [RGC], interpositives 15126-15177
Box 384 Ross, Walter [ROS], interpositives 15178-15191
Box 186, Folder 5-10 Royal Typewriter [ROY]
Box 384 Royal Typewriter [ROY], interpositives 15192-15228
Box 186, Folder 10-11 Rumford Paper Co. [RPM]
Box 187, Folder 1 Rumford Paper Co. [RPM]
Box 384 Rumford Paper Co. [RPM], interpositives 15229-15235
Box 187, Folder 1-3 Russell, Albert W., estate [RAW]
Box 383 Russell, Albert W., estate [RAW], interpositives 15236-15287
Box 187, Folder 3-7 Russell Birdsall Ward 1930
Box 392 St. Louis (not Redbook) [STL], interpositives 15390-15403
Box 187, Folder 7 Saw blades [SBL]
Box 390 Scheider [SCH], interpositives 15404-15669
Box 391 Scheider [SCH], interpositives 15670-15693
Box 187, Folder 8-12 Scripps-Howard [SCR] 1934-1935 - includes canoeist
Box 188, Folder 1-4 Scripps-Howard [SCR] 1934-1935
Box 188, Folder 4-7 Seagrams Distillery [SEA]
Box 391 Seagrams Distillery [SEA], interpositives 15694-15732
Box 188, Folder 7-9 Sears Roebuck [SSR]
Box 392 Sears Roebuck [SSR], interpositives 15733-15761
Box 188, Folder 9 Seid, Herman [SEI] 1933
Box 391 Seid, Herman [SEI], interpositives 15762-15765
Box 188, Folder 9-11 Selby Shoes [SSC] 1934
Box 189, Folder 1-4 Selby Shoes [SSC] 1934
Box 391 Selby Shoes [SSC], interpositives 15766-15800
Box 392 Selby Shoes [SSC], interpositives 15801-15846
Box 391 Seminary of Our Lady of the Lake [SLL], interpositives 15855-15862
Box 189, Folder 4 Shadow Lane [SDL]
Box 391 Shadow Lane [SDL], interpositives 15855-15858
Box 189, Folder 4-5 Shaker Heights Village [SHS]
Box 391 Shaker Heights Village [SHS], interpositives 15859-15871
Box 189, Folder 5 Sheridan, Frank [SDN]
Box 391 Sheridan, Frank [SDN], interpositives 15872-15877
Box 189, Folder 5-7 Sherwin, John, estate [SWN] 1927
Box 392 Sherwin, John, estate [SWN], interpositives 15878-15924
Box 189, Folder 7-8 Shook, Virginia [SHO] 1935
Box 391 Shook, Virginia [SHO], interpositives 15925-15936
Box 391 Sindelar, J.F. [SIN], interpositives 15937-15941; 15943
Box 391 Smith, Leonard Jr. [SMI], interpositives 15943-15944
Box 391 Sokolof, Nikolai [SOK], interpositives 15945-15951
Box 189, Folder 8 South Bend Fishing Tackle Co.
Box 189, Folder 8-10 Standard Oil Company [SOC] 1937
Box 391 Standard Oil Company [SOC], interpositives 16022-16079
Box 392 Steer, prize [STR], interpositives 16080-16081
Box 189, Folder 10-11 Sullivan, Dr. Henry Stack [SUL] 1932
Box 392 Sullivan, Dr. Henry Stack [SUL], interpositives 16083-16086
Box 189, Folder 11 Swift & Company, Redbook [SWI] 1932
See also Fortune : Swift & Co..
Box 392 Swift & Company, Redbook [SWI], interpositives 16087-16112
Box 190, Folder 1 Symphonie Powder, L.S. Ayres and Son [SPA]
Box 391 Symphonie Powder, L.S. Ayres and Son [SPA], interpositives 16113-16125
Box 190, Folder 1-2 Taggard, Miss [TAG] 1934
Box 392 Taggard, Miss [TAG], interpositives 16126-16131
Box 190, Folder 2-3 Taylor Whiskey [TWC]
Box 397 Taylor Whiskey [TWC], interpositives 16132-16143
Box 183, Folder 11 Terminal Tower, Cleveland [TTC]
Box 190, Folder 3-12 Terminal Tower, Cleveland [TTC]
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Terminal Tower, Cleveland [TTC]
Oversize 8, Folder 6 Terminal Tower, Cleveland [TTC]
Box 393 Terminal Tower, Cleveland [TTC], interpositives 16144-16355
Box 190, Folder 13 Theatre Guild [THG]
Box 191, Folder 1-2 Theatre Guild [THG]
Box 392 Theatre Guild [THG], interpositives 16368-16391
Box 191, Folder 2 Theatre Union 1935 - "The Black Pit"
Box 392 Thomas, Edgar [THE], interpositives 16392-16396
Box 191, Folder 3-7 [J. Walter] Thompson Company [TJW] 1934
Box 392 [J. Walter] Thompson Company [TJW], interpositives 16411-16464
Box 191, Folder 3 Thompson Koch Company [TKC]
Box 392 Thompson Koch Company [TKC], interpositives 16397-16410
Box 191, Folder 2-3 Thompson, Stouder, estate [TNS] 1928
Box 392 Thompson, Stouder, estate [TNS], interpositives 16465-16491
Box 191, Folder 7-8 Trade Winds [TWS]
Box 397 Trade Winds [TWS], interpositives 16494-16499
TWA [Trans World Airlines] [TWA]
Box 191, Folder 8-11 Acoma Village
Box 192, Folder 1-2 Acoma Village
Box 192, Folder 2-5 Boulder Dam
Box 192, Folder 5-9 Enchanted Mesa, Inscription Rock, San Francisco
Box 192, Folder 9-11 Grand Canyon
Box 193, Folder 1-4 Grand Canyon
Box 193, Folder 4-5 Grand Coulee Dam [also LIFE Job #673-A, 673-B, 673-E]
Box 193, Folder 5-7 Hangars and airports
Box 193, Folder 7-10 Officials
Box 194, Folder 1-3 Officials
Box 194, Folder 3-10 Passengers in plane
Box 194, Folder 10-11 Planes in flight
Box 195, Folder 1-11 Planes in flight
Box 196, Folder 1-10 Planes in flight
Box 196, Folder 10-12 Plant and maintenance
Box 197, Folder 1 Plant and maintenance
Box 197, Folder 1-5 Pilots
Box 197, Folder 5-6 [Miscellaneous]
Box 197, Folder 7-11 Sierra Madre Mountains, craters, Arrowhead Lake
Box 215, Folder 6-7 Sierra Madre Mountains, craters, Arrowhead Lake
Oversize 7, Folder 4 Sierra Madre Mountains, craters, Arrowhead Lake
Oversize 9, Folder 4-5 Sierra Madre Mountains, craters, Arrowhead Lake
Box 393 Miscellaneous [TWA] interpositives 16499-16530
Box 394 Miscellaneous [TWA] interpositives 16531-16860 - missing 16651, 16552, 16740
Box 395 Miscellaneous [TWA] interpositives 16861-17169
Box 396 Miscellaneous [TWA] interpositives 17170-17484
Box 397 Miscellaneous [TWA] interpositives 17485-17658
Box 392 Tuberculosis Association [TBA], interpositives 17659-17660
Box 197, Folder 11 Tulips, Grand Central Palace [TUL] 1934
Box 393 Tulips, Grand Central Palace , interpositives 17661-17688
Box 393 Turtles on terrace [TOT], interpositives 17689-17690
Box 397 Underwood and Underwood [UAU], interpositives 17691
Box 197, Folder 11-12 Union Fork and Hoe [UFH]
Box 198, Folder 1-2 Union Fork and Hoe [UFH]
Box 397 Union Fork and Hoe [UFH], interpositives 17692-17782
Box 198, Folder 2-3 Union Trust Company [UTR] 1930
Box 398 Union Trust Company [UTR], interpositives 17783-17788
Box 198, Folder 3-4 Union Fruit Company [UNF]
Box 397 Union Fruit Company [UNF], interpositives 17789-17791
Box 198, Folder 4-11 U.S. Rubber Products Incorporated [USR] 1935 - includes Passaic factory
Box 398 U.S. Rubber Products Incorporated [USR], interpositives 17792-17842
Box 199, Folder 1 University of Michigan 1924
Box 199, Folder 1 Valiant, Margaret [VAL] 1933
Box 398 Valiant, Margaret [VAL], interpositives 17846-17847
Box 199, Folder 1-2 Van Blarcom, Conant, estate [VAN] 1927
Box 398 Van Blarcom, Conant, estate [VAN], interpositives 17849-17870
Box 199, Folder 2-3 Vassos, John [VAS] - includes some with his dog
Box 398 Vassos, John [VAS], interpositives 17871-17875
Box 398 Vassos, John, D.A. tooth powder [VAT], interpositives 17876-17879
Box 398 Vassos, John, dog [VDG], interpositives 17880-17890
Box 398 Vassos, John, and dog [VSD], interpositives 17891-17899
Box 398 Vassos, John, silverware [VSS], interpositives 17900-17904
Box 183, Folder 11-12 Violinist's hands [VTH] - Herr Klaus Liepmann
Box 199, Folder 3-4 Violinist's hands [VTH] - Herr Klaus Liepmann
Oversize 8, Folder 6 Violinist's hands [VTH] - Herr Klaus Liepmann
Box 398 Violinist's hands [VTH], interpositives 17905-17918
Box 398 Vogue [VUE], interpositives 17919-17923
Box 398 Warner and Swazey [WAS], interpositives 17924-17927
Box 398 Wellman Seaver Morgan [WEE], interpositives 17928-17942
Box 398 Wells, Sidney [WEL], interpositives 17943-17945
Box 199, Folder 4-6 West Point Textile [WES] 1936
Box 398 West Point Textile [WES], interpositives 17946-17964
Box 399 West Point Textile [WES], interpositives 17965-17998
Box 199, Folder 4 Westinghouse, Cleveland [WET]
Box 399 Westinghouse, Cleveland [WET], interpositives 17999-18004
Box 399 Wheat field [WHE], interpositives 18006
Box 399 White, Robert, portrait [WHI], interpositives 18007-18017
Box 399 Whithorne, Mr. [WHT], interpositives 18018-18025
Box 399 Willard Battery [WIL], interpositives 18026-18029
Box 399 Williams [WIM], interpositives 18039-18036
Box 399 Wilson Co. [WIS], interpositives 18037-18041
Box 199, Folder 6-7 Wolff, Sam [WOL]
Box 399 Wolff, Sam [WOL], interpositives 18042-18043
Box 399 Woodstock, NY, waiter [WOO], interpositives 18044-18061
Box 199, Folder 7-8 W.O.R. [WOR] 1935
Box 399 W.O.R. [WOR], interpositives 18062-18106
Box 199, Folder 9-10 World's Fair [WRF], Chicago 1933-1934
Box 399 World's Fair [WRF], Chicago interpositives 18107-18123
Box 199, Folder 10 World's Fair [WRF], New York 1940
Box 391 [World's Fair, New York] Soviet Pavilion D [SPD], interpositives 15952-16021
Box 199, Folder 10-12 Wrigley Company, William Wrigley, Jr. [WRI]
See also Fortune : Wrigley above.
Box 200, Folder 1-2 Wrigley Company, William Wrigley, Jr. [WRI]
Box 399 Wrigley Company, William Wrigley, Jr. [WRI], interpositives 18124-18132
Box 200, Folder 3-6 Wurlitzer, Rudolph Jr., estate, [WUR] 1929
Box 399 Wurlitzer, Rudolph Jr., estate, [WUR], interpositives 18133-18147
Box 399 Young, John [YOO], interpositives 18148-18152
LIFE magazine jobs
Bourke-White was sent on numerous photographic assignments for LIFE magazine over the course of her career (the very first issue of the magazine bore one of her photographs on the cover). Groups of material in this subseries are arranged in order by LIFE job number, thus roughly chronologically. Assignments included companies/organizations (Grumman Aircraft, Strategic Air Command, American Jesuits), places (Mt. Wilson observatory, Jersey City, Wenner Gren Land, Syria, Russia, North Africa), individuals (James Farley, Cordell Hull), and topics (food, Hollywood sets, London blackout, America from a helicopter). Not all of Bourke-White's Life assignments are represented in the collection; for a complete list of Life jobs, compiled by Special Collections Research Center staff, see under Biographical material above.
Box 200, Folder 7-11 Senate [LIFE Job #43] 1937
Box 201, Folder 1-3 Senate [LIFE Job #43] 1937
Box 201, Folder 3 Bermuda Clipper [LIFE Job #92 and 418] 1937
Box 201, Folder 3-4 Skyport [LIFE Job #253] 1937
Box 116, Folder 8-9 Bellanca Factory, Wilmington [BEL] [LIFE Job #257]
Box 343 Bellanca Factory, Wilmington [BEL] [LIFE Job #257], interpositives 4262-4284
Box 201, Folder 4-6 Grumman Aircraft [LIFE Job #332] 1937
Box 201, Folder 6 Mt. Wilson Observatory [LIFE Job #650] 1937
Box 201, Folder 6-11 Arctic trip [LIFE Job #651 and 833] 1937
Box 202, Folder 1-7 Arctic trip [LIFE Job #651 and 833] 1937
Oversize 7, Folder 1 Arctic trip [LIFE Job #651 and 833] 1937
Oversize 8, Folder 6 Arctic trip [LIFE Job #651 and 833] 1937
Box 202, Folder 7-8 Goldwyn Follies [LIFE Job #761] 1949
Box 183, Folder 12 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674]
Box 184, Folder 1-2 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674]
Box 202, Folder 8-12 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674]
Oversize 8, Folder 7 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674]
Oversize 9, Folder 1-4 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674]
Box 358 Ft. Peck Dam, Montana [FPD] [LIFE Job #674], interpositives 19425-19441
Box 202, Folder 12 New York slums [LIFE Job #754] 1937-1938
Box 202, Folder 12 Hollywood sets [LIFE Job #636, 758, and 779] 1937
Box 203, Folder 1-2 Hollywood sets [LIFE Job #636, 758, and 779] 1937
Box 203, Folder 2-8 Jersey City [LIFE Job #1064] 1938-1939
Box 203, Folder 8-12 Muncie, Indiana [LIFE Job #1246] 1937
Box 215, Folder 7 Muncie, Indiana [LIFE Job #1246] 1937
Oversize 9, Folder 5-6 Muncie, Indiana [LIFE Job #1246] 1937
Box 203, Folder 12-13 S.S. Leviathan [LIFE Job #1244] 1937
Box 204, Folder 1-3 S.S. Leviathan [LIFE Job #1244] 1937
Box 204, Folder 3-4 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [LIFE Job #2342 and 46588] 1956
Oversize 7, Folder 2 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [LIFE Job #2342 and 46588] 1956
Oversize 9, Folder 6 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [LIFE Job #2342 and 46588] 1956
Box 204, Folder 4 Museum of Natural History [LIFE Job #2498] 1937
Box 204, Folder 4-5 United States Assay Office [LIFE Job #2507] 1936
Box 204, Folder 5 James Farley [LIFE Job #2854] 1938
Box 312, Folder 3-4 The New South [LIFE Job #30234]
Oversize 21, Folder 1 The New South [LIFE Job #30234]
Box 215, Folder 7-8 Cordell Hull [LIFE Job #3265]
Oversize 9, Folder 6 Cordell Hull [LIFE Job #3265]
Box 204, Folder 5 Philharmonic Orchestra [LIFE Job #3312] 1938
Box 204, Folder 5 Hudson River Valley [LIFE Job #4609] 1939
Box 204, Folder 5-6 South Shore Power Squadron [LIFE Job #4670] 1957
Box 204, Folder 7-8 Lambeth Palace [LIFE Job #5330] 1939
Box 215, Folder 8 Winston Churchill [LIFE Job #5394]
Oversize 9, Folder 7 Winston Churchill [LIFE Job #5394]
Box 204, Folder 8-10 Eton College in Wartime [LIFE Job #5471] 1940
Box 204, Folder 10 Haile Selassie in London [LIFE Job #5468] 1941
Box 204, Folder 10-11 London blackout [LIFE Job #5890] 1940
Box 215, Folder 8 General Maxime Weygand [LIFE Job #6193]
Oversize 9, Folder 7 General Maxime Weygand [LIFE Job #6193]
Box 204, Folder 11-12 Syria [LIFE Job #6208] 1940
Box 369 Egypt [EGY], interpositives 19442 1940
Box 204, Folder 12 Chicago elections [LIFE Job #7511] 1940
Box 205, Folder 1-4 Chicago elections [LIFE Job #7511] 1940
Box 206, Folder 1-2 Harry Hopkins in Russia [LIFE Job #9284] 1941
Box 206, Folder 2 Ambassador Laurence Steinhardt [LIFE Job #9539]
Box 206, Folder 2-4 Convoy from Archangel to England [LIFE Job #10103] 1941
Box 206, Folder 4 Shipwreck [LIFE Job #12369] 1943
Box 358 France, Cuxa[?] [FRC], interpositives 19407-19417 1950
Box 384 Religious processions, Cuxa[?] [REL], interpositives 19392-19406
Box 207, Folder 14 Bach Festival [BMF] [LIFE Job #32234] 1950
Box 208, Folder 1-3 Bach Festival [BMF] [LIFE Job #32234] 1950
Oversize 10, Folder 1 Bach Festival [BMF] [LIFE Job #32234] 1950
Box 344 Bach Festivall [BMF] [LIFE Job #32234], interpositives 19418
Box 208, Folder 3-6 Connecticut River Valley [CRV] [LIFE Job #32964] 1950
Oversize 10, Folder 1-2 Connecticut River Valley [CRV] [LIFE Job #32964] 1950
Box 348 Connecticut River Valley [CRV] [LIFE Job #32964], interpositives 19419-19424 1950
Box 208, Folder 6-7 Strategic Air Command [LIFE Job #33943] 1951
Box 215, Folder 9 Strategic Air Command [LIFE Job #33943] 1951
Oversize 10, Folder 2-4 Strategic Air Command [LIFE Job #33943] 1951
Oversize 7, Folder 3 Strategic Air Command [LIFE Job #33943] 1951
Box 208, Folder 7-13 America from a helicopter [LIFE Job #35699] 1952
Box 209, Folder 1-9 America from a helicopter [LIFE Job #35699] 1952
Box 215, Folder 9-10 America from a helicopter [LIFE Job #35699] 1952
Oversize 7, Folder 3 America from a helicopter [LIFE Job #35699] 1952
Oversize 10, Folder 4-8 America from a helicopter [LIFE Job #35699] 1952
Box 209, Folder 9-13 Free Japan [LIFE Job #36775] 1952 or 1960
Box 209, Folder 13 May Day riots, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36830] 1952
Box 216, Folder 1 May Day riots, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36830] 1952
Oversize 11, Folder 1 May Day riots, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36830] 1952
Box 209, Folder 13-14 Independence Day, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36867]
Box 210, Folder 1 Independence Day, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36867]
Oversize 11, Folder 1 Independence Day, Tokyo [LIFE Job #36867]
Box 210, Folder 3-4 Baby catbirds [LIFE Job #39838]
Box 210, Folder 5-6 TVA Essay [LIFE Job #40825] 1954
Box 312, Folder 4-9 TVA Essay [LIFE Job #40825] - contact sheets and prints
Box 210, Folder 6-9 Colorado dust bowl [LIFE Job #41858] 1954
Box 216, Folder 1 Colorado dust bowl [LIFE Job #41858] 1954
Oversize 11, Folder 2 Colorado dust bowl [LIFE Job #41858] 1954
Box 210, Folder 9-10 N.Y. Thruway [LIFE Job #42497] 1954
Box 210, Folder 10-15 Busch essay [LIFE Job #43574] 1955
Box 211, Folder 1-13 Busch essay [LIFE Job #43574] 1955
Oversize 11, Folder 3 Busch essay [LIFE Job #43574] 1955
Box 211, Folder 14 Connecticut flood [LIFE Job #45787] 1955
Box 212, Folder 1-13 Connecticut flood [LIFE Job #45787] 1955
Box 213, Folder 1-3 Connecticut flood [LIFE Job #45787] 1955
Oversize 7, Folder 3 Connecticut flood [LIFE Job #45787] 1955
Box 213, Folder 3 Dock strike [LIFE Job #49825] 1956
Box 204, Folder 6-7 Wenner-Gren Land [LIFE Job #52051] 1957
Box 213, Folder 14-15 Various assignments [LIFE Job #6026, 8767, 48702] 1942-1943
Box 214, Folder 1-4 Various assignments
Box 216, Folder 1 Various assignments
Oversize 11, Folder 3-4 Various assignments
Book-related work
Bourke-White published several books, alone and with her husband Erskine Caldwell. Books represented in this subseries include Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly; North of the Danube; Say Is This the U.S.A.?; They Called It Purple Heart Valley; and You Have Seen Their Faces. Some of these grew out of assignments for LIFE; the LIFE job number is given in brackets, if appropriate.
Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly [DEA]
See also her World War II photographs, in particular "Faceless Fritz" items as well as Miscellaneous from "Censor" envelope, many of which were used in this book.
Box 348 Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly, interpositives 2861-2945
Box 349 Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly, interpositives 2946-3040; 19515-19627
A Report on the American Jesuits [LIFE Job #39902]
Box 210, Folder 4-5 Jesuits 1954
Box 241, Folder 8-10 The American Jesuits
Box 242, Folder 6-14 The American Jesuits
Box 243, Folder 1-9 The American Jesuits
Oversize 18, Folder 7-10 The American Jesuits
Oversize 19, Folder 1-3 The American Jesuits
North of the Danube [NOD] [includes LIFE Job #1958, 2444] 1938
Box 214, Folder 4-6 Chapter 1 - The Roads of Uzhorod
Box 216, Folder 2-3 Chapter 1 - The Roads of Uzhorod
Oversize 11, Folder 5-8 Chapter 1 - The Roads of Uzhorod
Box 216, Folder 3-4 Chapter 2 - Bread in Uzok
Oversize 11, Folder 8-9 Chapter 2 - Bread in Uzok
Box 216, Folder 5 Chapter 3 - The Train through the Tatras
Oversize 11, Folder 10-11 Chapter 3 - The Train through the Tatras
Box 214, Folder 6-7 Chapter 4 - Wine of Surany
Box 216, Folder 6-7 Chapter 4 - Wine of Surany
Oversize 11, Folder 11 Chapter 4 - Wine of Surany
Oversize 12, Folder 1 Chapter 4 - Wine of Surany
Box 214, Folder 7-9 Chapter 5 - Peace in Brno
Box 216, Folder 7-8 Chapter 5 - Peace in Brno
Oversize 12, Folder 1-3 Chapter 5 - Peace in Brno
Box 214, Folder 9-11 Chapter 6 - The Peasants of Dreharovice
Box 215, Folder 1 Chapter 6 - The Peasants of Dreharovice
Box 216, Folder 8 Chapter 6 - The Peasants of Dreharovice
Oversize 07, Folder 4 Chapter 6 - The Peasants of Dreharovice
Oversize 12, Folder 4-5 Chapter 6 - The Peasants of Dreharovice
Box 216, Folder 8-11 Chapter 7 - The Dogs of Ceske Budejovice
Oversize 12, Folder 5-6 Chapter 7 - The Dogs of Ceske Budejovice
Box 215, Folder 1-6 Chapter 8 - Agent in Praha 1938
Box 216, Folder 11 Chapter 8 - Agent in Praha 1938
Box 217, Folder 1 Chapter 8 - Agent in Praha 1938
Oversize 12, Folder 7-8 Chapter 8 - Agent in Praha 1938
Box 217, Folder 1-10 Miscellaneous
Box 218, Folder 1 Miscellaneous
Oversize 12, Folder 8 Miscellaneous
Oversize 13, Folder 1-3 Miscellaneous
Box 379 Miscellaneous [NOD] interpositives 19446-19514
Say is this the U.S.A.? [SAY] [LIFE Job #4499]
See also Miscellaneous / unidentified : Miscellaneous contact prints, below.
Box 217, Folder 3-4 Kansas, Utah, Mississipi, South Carolina 1940
Box 218, Folder 1-15 Kansas, Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah 1940 - includes American Royal Live Stock Show, Maplecrest Farms, Byron Lake
Box 219, Folder 1-13 Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona 1940
Box 220, Folder 1-13 Arizona, Texas, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina, Vermont[?], Illinois[?] 1940
Box 221, Folder 1-2 Miscellaneous 1940 - [Chicago?], others
Oversize 13, Folder 4-6 Kansas, Arizona, South Carolina, New York, South Dakota, Mississippi, California 1940
Box 311, Folder 14 Miscellaneous - mostly trains, grain elevators, etc.
Box 312, Folder 1-3 Miscellaneous
Box 389 Miscellaneous [SAY] interpositives 18690-18698
Box 389 Miscellaneous [SAY] interpositives 19628-19650
Box 390 Miscellaneous [SAY] interpositives 19651-19689
Shooting the Russian War
See Russia, 1940s below.
They Called It Purple Heart Valley [LIFE Job #13949]
Box 306, Folder 1 They Called It Purple Heart Valley
You Have Seen Their Faces [LIFE Job #1104; possibly also MBW code YOU]
See also Miscellaneous / unidentified : Miscellaneous contact prints below.
Box 235, Folder 10-15 You Have Seen Their Faces
Box 236, Folder 1-11 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes "Westminster, South Carolina"
Box 237, Folder 1-10 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes "Westminster, South Carolina"; signs
Box 238, Folder 1-11 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes signs, L.R.P.B. Church
Box 239, Folder 1-12 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes signs, contact prints, L.R.P.B. Church
Box 240, Folder 1-11 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes contact prints
Box 241, Folder 1-8 You Have Seen Their Faces - contact prints
Box 241, Folder 11-13 You Have Seen Their Faces - contact prints
Box 242, Folder 1-6 You Have Seen Their Faces [includes MBW code YOU 1805] - contact prints
Oversize 17, Folder 9-12 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes "Westminster, South Carolina"
Oversize 18, Folder 1-6 You Have Seen Their Faces - includes "Westminster, South Carolina", signs, L.R.P.B. Church
Oversize 19, Folder 5 You Have Seen Their Faces - contact prints
Box 399 [MBW code YOU] Interpositives 1597-1801
Box 400 [MBW code YOU] Interpositives 1802-2352
Box 401 [MBW code YOU] Interpositives 2353-2860
India
LIFE magazine sent Bourke-White on assignment to India several times between 1946 and 1951. Rather than filing these by separate job number in the LIFE section, they are grouped here, with additional India photographs which may or may not be related to LIFE jobs.
Box 207, Folder 12 India [LIFE Job #25256] 1948 - Pakistan and Jinnah
Box 223, Folder 6-9 India [LIFE Job #24735] 1947; 1955 - mass migration
Box 231, Folder 4-11 India [LIFE Job #24735] 1947; 1955 - mass migration
Box 232, Folder 1-16 India [LIFE Job #21238, 24735, 25256] 1946-1948, 1951, 1955 - mass migration; death; famine; Pakistan and Jinnah
Box 233, Folder 1-15 India [LIFE Job #20554, 21087, 21238, 21393, 21433, 21485, 25256] 1946-1948, 1951, 1960 - Pakistan and Jinnah; Jinnah's speech and press conference; Sikhs, Golden Temple and Morcha protest; aftermath of Calcutta riots; Indian politics; famine; caste system; Gandhi's funeral
Box 234, Folder 1-17 India [LIFE Job #21087, 21485, 21592, 25626] 1946-1947, 1951 - Gandhi's funeral; aftermath of Calcutta riots; difference between Hindus and Muslims; caste system; temples, scenes, and landscapes
Box 235, Folder 1-10 India [includes LIFE Job #21592] - temples and crowds, miscellaneous other
Oversize 14, Folder 1-13 India [LIFE Job #20554, 21238, 21433, 24735, 25256] 1946-1948, 1951, 1955 - mass migration; death; famine; Pakistan and Jinnah; Jinnah's speech and press conference; Indian politics
Oversize 15, Folder 1-8 India [LIFE Job #20554, 21238] 1951 - famine; Indian politics
Oversize 16, Folder 1-10 India [LIFE Job #20554, 21087, 21393, 21485, 21592, 25626] 1946-1947, 1950-1951 - Gandhi's funeral; Indian politics; caste system; Sikhs, Golden Temple and Morcha Protest; aftermath of Calcutta riots; difference between Hindus and Muslims
Oversize 17, Folder 1-9 India - temples and crowds, miscellaneous other
Box 364 Miscellaneous [IDA], interpositives 18158-18209
Box 365 Miscellaneous [IDA], interpositives 18210-18538
Korea [LIFE Job #37828; 37413]
Here will be found a small number of photographs of Korea taken on assignment for LIFE magazine. In most cases the job number is unknown.
Box 210, Folder 1-3 Operation Area in Korea [LIFE Job #37828] 1952
Box 244, Folder 11-14 Korea 1952-1953 - includes contact sheets
Box 245, Folder 1 Korea 1952-1953
Box 245, Folder 3-4 Korea 1952-1953
Oversize 19, Folder 6-9 Korea 1952-1953
Oversize 20, Folder 1 Korea 1952-1953
Oversize 20, Folder 6 Korea 1952-1953
Russia, early 1930s 1930-1932
The job number and client for these are unknown. Subjects include Stalin's mother and great aunt, a ballet school, rolling mills, and cities such as Magnetogorsk and Novorossisk.
Box 217, Folder 4 Russia, early 1930s - children's clinic; Colonel Hugh J. Copper
Box 221, Folder 2-13 Russia, early 1930s - American specialists; assistant photographer; ballet school; children's clinic; Colonel Copper; crowds; Dnieperstroi
Box 222, Folder 1-10 Russia, early 1930s - Dnieperstroi; Kamerny Theatre
Box 223, Folder 1-6 Russia, early 1930s - Kamerny Theatre; Semionova; Dnieperstroi; Magnetogorsk; Stalin's mother and great-aunt
Box 223, Folder 9-11 Russia, early 1930s - Electrazavot
Box 224, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - Leonid Leonov; Electrazavot; girl conductor from "Eyes on Russia"; Hammer and Sickle Factory; Magnet Mountain; Magnetnaya; Magnetogorsk
Box 225, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - Magnetogorsk; Novorossisk
Box 226, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - movie studio; Novorossisk; Moscow nursery; oil wells at Baku; priest; portraits
Box 227, Folder 1-12 Russia, early 1930s - schools; portraits; public buildings; Red October rolling mills; St. Basil's; Kremlin
Box 228, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - schools; Semionova; Kalil Sodjaia; Stalin's mother and great-aunt; Serebriakov [LIFE Job #67]; shop windows; Russian consulate
Box 229, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - Stalin's mother and great-aunt; Stalingrad; state farm; Style Institute
Box 230, Folder 1-11 Russia, early 1930s - Tiflis; Tiflis rest home; textiles; types
Box 231, Folder 1-5 Russia, early 1930s - types; tennia player; workers
Oversize 13, Folder 5-9 Russia, early 1930s - children's clinic; Colonel Hugh J, Copper; Red October rolling mills; Semionova; Stalin's mother and great-aunt; Dnieperstroi; Magnetogorsk
Oversize 14, Folder 1 Russia, early 1930s - Stalin's mother and great-aunt
Russia, 1940s
Many of these are related to Bourke-White's book Shooting the Russian War. A few are stamped with Life job numbers.
Box 205, Folder 4-13 Russia [LIFE Job #9172] - church scenes and clergy; German POWs; Rear-Admiral G.J.A. Miles; bookstalls; TASS agency and editors
Box 206, Folder 1 Russia [LIFE Job #9172] - religion museum
Box 206, Folder 5-7 Russia [LIFE Job #9172?] 1953 - soldiers drilling
Box 245, Folder 1-2 Russia [LIFE Job #12657] - Stalin; tank crew; night bombing of Kremlin
Box 245, Folder 4-13 Russia [LIFE Job #9172] - soldiers; tanks; air raid over Kremlin; night bombing; Red Square
Box 246, Folder 1-17 Russia - scenes of daily life; German plane wreckage; bomb damage
Oversize 7, Folder 2 Russia [LIFE Job #9172] - Alexander and Orlova in living room
Oversize 20, Folder 2-5 Russia [LIFE Job #12657] - Stalin; Henry Hopkins; Stafford Cripps; night bombing of Kremlin
Russia, interpositives
Box 384 Russia [RUS], interpositives 1-30
Box 385 Russia [RUS], interpositives 31-359
Box 386 Russia [RUS], interpositives 360-719
Box 387 Russia [RUS], interpositives 720-1040 (missing 889)
Box 388 Russia [RUS], interpositives 1041-1500 (missing 1043)
Box 389 Russia [RUS], interpositives 1501-1596
Box 389 Russia [RUS], interpositives 3193-3311A
Box 389 Russia [RUS], interpositives 15288-15387
South Africa
Many of these were taken on assignment for LIFE. Subjects include gold and diamond mines and miners, protests against police violence, and women and children. There is some color material.
Box 207, Folder 12-14 South Africa [LIFE Job #31368, 31650] 1950, 1953 - Bechuanaland Protectorate; miners
Box 213, Folder 10-14 South Africa 1950 - Kaiser's nephew, alone and with others
Box 241, Folder 10-11 South Africa [LIFE Job #31650] - Kaiser's nephew; miners; workers; woman with child
Box 243, Folder 9-14 South Africa [LIFE Job #31120] - gold and diamond mines, miners; "Stop police violence"; includes some contact prints
Box 244, Folder 1-11 South Africa - Kaiser's nephew; scenes of daily life; workers; aerial views; all contact prints
Oversize 7, Folder 2 South Africa [LIFE Job #31368] 1950, 1953 - Bechuanaland Protectorate
Oversize 7, Folder 4 South Africa 1950 - Kaiser's nephew in water
Oversize 19, Folder 3-5 South Africa [LIFE Job #31368, 31650] - Kaiser's nephew; gold miners dancing; women
Box 389 South Africa [SAF], interpositives 19443-19445
World War II
Perhaps best-known of Bourke-White's photographs are those taken on assignment for LIFE during World War II. Subjects include Allied troops and installations (U.S. Bomber Command in England, WACS in North Africa, French divisions in North Africa, air artillery in Italy, 5th Army at Christmas), individuals (Dwight D. Eisenhower, General T. Roosevelt, the Italian royal family, suicides in Leipzig, the Krupp family), and Buchenwald concentration camp. Material isordered by LIFE Job #, thus roughly chronologically.
Box 252, Folder 3-15 U.S. Bomber Command in England [LIFE Job #11491]
Box 253, Folder 1-5 U.S. Bomber Command in England [LIFE Job #11491]
Box 253, Folder 5-6 General Eisenhower [LIFE Job #11771]
Box 253, Folder 6-15 Lille raid [LIFE Job #11869] 1942
Box 254, Folder 1-4 Lille raid [LIFE Job #11869] 1942
Box 206, Folder 4-5 North Africa [LIFE Job #12385]
Box 254, Folder 4-15 North Africa [LIFE Job #12385] 1943 - "Life Boat", others
Box 255, Folder 1-15 North Africa [LIFE Job #12385] - "Killed Ones", others
Oversize 7, Folder 2 North Africa [LIFE Job #12385]
Oversize 21, Folder 5 North Africa [LIFE Job #12385] 1943 - "Life Boat"
Box 255, Folder 15 Horse show at desert airport [LIFE Job #12407]
Box 206, Folder 8 Heavy bombers, main bomb wing [LIFE Job #13532]
Box 206, Folder 9-10 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 256, Folder 1-15 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 257, Folder 1-15 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 258, Folder 1-15 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 259, Folder 1-15 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 260, Folder 1-15 Naples [LIFE Job #13549] 1944
Box 255, Folder 15 WACs in North Africa [LIFE Job #13675] 1953
Box 256, Folder 1 WACs in North Africa [LIFE Job #13675] 1953
Box 206, Folder 10 Allied Force Headquarters in North Africa [LIFE Job #13745] 1944
Box 260, Folder 15 Allied Force Headquarters in North Africa and General Spatz [LIFE Job #13745] 1944
Box 261, Folder 1-15 Allied Force Headquarters in North Africa and General Spatz [LIFE Job #13745] 1944
Box 262, Folder 1-11 Allied Force Headquarters in North Africa and General Spatz [LIFE Job #13745] 1944
Box 262, Folder 11-15 Lend-Lease Equipment of French divisions, North Africa and General T. Roosevelt [LIFE Job #13840] 1943-1944
Box 263, Folder 1-12 Lend-Lease Equipment of French divisions, North Africa and General T. Roosevelt [LIFE Job #13840] 1943-1944
Box 264, Folder 1-11 Lend-Lease Equipment of French divisions, North Africa and General T. Roosevelt [LIFE Job #13840] 1943-1944
Box 206, Folder 10 Engineers in Italy [LIFE Job #14122]
Box 264, Folder 12 Engineers in Italy [LIFE Job #14122]
Box 265, Folder 1-13 Engineers in Italy [LIFE Job #14122]
Box 266, Folder 1-13 Engineers in Italy [LIFE Job #14122]
Box 206, Folder 10 Medical Evacuation Unit in Italy [LIFE Job #14241]
Box 266, Folder 13 Medical Evacuation Unit in Italy [LIFE Job #14241] 1944
Box 267, Folder 1-15 Medical Evacuation Unit in Italy [LIFE Job #14241] 1944
Box 206, Folder 10-12 Air artillery Italy [LIFE Job #14264] 1944
Box 267, Folder 15 Air artillery, Italy [LIFE Job #14264] 1944; 1980
Box 268, Folder 1-14 Air artillery, Italy [LIFE Job #14264] 1944; 1980
Box 269, Folder 1-9 Air artillery, Italy [LIFE Job #14264] 1944; 1980
Oversize 7, Folder 2 Air artillery Italy [LIFE Job #14264] 1944
Oversize 10, Folder 1 92nd Division Artillery and Fifth Army [LIFE Job #14264] xxx title and job # mismatch, 92d is 17036; need to check
Box 269, Folder 9-14 Bailey Bridges, Italy [LIFE Job #15330]
Box 270, Folder 1-10 Bailey Bridges, Italy [LIFE Job #15330]
Box 206, Folder 12 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Box 270, Folder 10-13 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Box 271, Folder 1-15 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Box 272, Folder 1-15 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Box 273, Folder 1-3 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Oversize 7, Folder 2 Aerial pictures of America [LIFE Job #15855] 1944
Box 273, Folder 3-7 Black Society soup kitchen, Rome [LIFE Job #16679]
Box 206, Folder 12-13 Italian politics [LIFE Job #16680] 1944
Box 207, Folder 1-6 Italian politics [LIFE Job #16680] 1944
Box 273, Folder 7-11 Black market, Rome [LIFE Job #16685] 1945
Box 207, Folder 6-9 House Military Affairs Committee visits 5th Army Front [LIFE Job #16689] 1944
Box 207, Folder 9 5th Army Christmas [LIFE Job #16692] 1944
Box 273, Folder 11 5th Army Christmas; WACs prepare for Christmas [LIFE Job #16692]
Box 207, Folder 10 Christmas Midnight Mass, St. Peter's [LIFE Job #16731] 1945
Box 207, Folder 10-11 Oratoria San Pietro children's Christmas party [LIFE Job #16732] 1944
Box 215, Folder 8-9 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036] 1945
Box 274, Folder 1-15 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 275, Folder 1-15 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 276, Folder 1-15 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 277, Folder 1-14 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 278, Folder 1-15 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 279, Folder 1-15 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 280, Folder 1-12 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Oversize 9, Folder 8 92nd Division Artillery and 5th Army [LIFE Job #17036]
Box 280, Folder 12-15 Italian royal family; Quirinal; Ambassador Alan Kirk [LIFE Job #17223] 1945; 1948?
Box 281, Folder 1-15 Italian royal family; Quirinal; Ambassador Alan Kirk [LIFE Job #17223] 1945; 1948?
Box 282, Folder 1-2 Italian royal family; Quirinal; Ambassador Alan Kirk [LIFE Job #17223] 1945; 1948?
Box 283, Folder 1-14 Pisa; Royal Palace; San Rosari [LIFE Job #17225] 1945
Box 284, Folder 1-7 Pisa; Royal Palace; San Rosari [LIFE Job #17225] 1945
Box 282, Folder 3-14 Vatican [LIFE Job #17226] - POW file; restoration of art treasures; general
Box 283, Folder 1 Vatican [LIFE Job #17226] - POW file; restoration of art treasures; general
Box 305, Folder 7 General George Patton [LIFE Job #17355]
Box 305, Folder 1-7 Train looting, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17357] [1945?]
Oversize 21, Folder 1 Train looting, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17357] [1945?]
Oversize 21, Folder 5 Train looting, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17357] [1945?]
Box 284, Folder 7-15 Cologne essay [LIFE Job #17389] 1945
Box 285, Folder 1-15 Cologne essay [LIFE Job #17389] 1945
Box 286, Folder 1-12 Cologne essay [LIFE Job #17389] 1945
Oversize 21, Folder 5 Cologne essay [LIFE Job #17389] 1945
Box 286, Folder 12-15 First trial held by military government in Cologne [LIFE Job #17415]
Box 287, Folder 1 First trial held by military government in Cologne [LIFE Job #17415]
Box 287, Folder 1 Schweinfurt ball bearing factory [LIFE Job #17537]
Box 287, Folder 1-6 Airviews of smoke screens over Rhine [LIFE Job #17538]
Box 247, Folder 1-8 Buchenwald Concentration Camp [LIFE Job #17584]
Box 249, Folder 7-8 Buchenwald Concentration Camp [LIFE Job #17584]
Oversize 21, Folder 1-3 Buchenwald Concentration Camp [LIFE Job #17584]
Box 287, Folder 6-10 Leipzig suicides [LIFE Job #17602] 1945
Box 247, Folder 8-16 Number Three Erla Work Camp [LIFE Job #17603]
Box 249, Folder 8 Number Three Erla Work Camp [LIFE Job #17603]
Oversize 21, Folder 1 Number Three Erla Work Camp [LIFE Job #17603]
Oversize 21, Folder 4 Number Three Erla Work Camp [LIFE Job #17603]
Box 273, Folder 12-15 Holy Name Society's Christmas party for kids [LIFE Job #17623] - Cardinal R. Rossi, E. Galizzi[?], Brigadier General T. K. Brown
Box 274, Folder 1 Holy Name Society's Christmas party for kids [LIFE Job #17623] - Cardinal R. Rossi, E. Galizzi[?], Brigadier General T. K. Brown
Box 247, Folder 16 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 248, Folder 1-15 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 249, Folder 1-15 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 250, Folder 1-15 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 251, Folder 1-15 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 252, Folder 1-13 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Oversize 21, Folder 1 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Oversize 21, Folder 4 "Faceless Fritz"; Allied POWs, Frankfurt [LIFE Job #17643] - some of this material used in Section V of "Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly"
Box 287, Folder 10-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 288, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 289, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 290, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 291, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 292, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 293, Folder 1-15 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 294, Folder 1-11 Bomb damage in Germany [LIFE Job #17698] 1945
Box 305, Folder 7 Goering captured, press conference [LIFE Job #17775] 1945
Box 207, Folder 11-12 "Face of the Moon" [LIFE Job #17786] 1945 - ruined German cities
Box 294, Folder 12-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 295, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 296, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 297, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 298, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 299, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 300, Folder 1-15 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 301, Folder 1-14 Ruhr [LIFE Job #18203] 1945-1946 - Krupp family, damage, displaced persons, etc.
Box 301, Folder 14-15 Dusseldorf track meet [LIFE Job #18259]
Box 302, Folder 1-4 Dusseldorf track meet [LIFE Job #18259]
Box 302, Folder 5-15 Convoy from Archangel
Box 303, Folder 1-3 Convoy from Archangel
Box 303, Folder 3-15 USS Maryland
Box 304, Folder 1-15 Garden party
Box 305, Folder 1 Garden party
Box 305, Folder 7-8 Victory parade, Berlin
Box 213, Folder 4-10 Miscellaneous
Box 305, Folder 8-9 Miscellaneous - people, bomb damage
Oversize 11, Folder 3 Miscellaneous [includes LIFE Job #14264]
Oversize 21, Folder 1 Miscellaneous - includes "Montgomery"
Box 305, Folder 9-15 Miscellaneous from "Censor" envelope - trains, factories, damage, people, soldiers, etc.; codes include DEA 2861-2866; DEA 2923-2924; DEA 2928-2930; ; DEA 2936-2952; DEA 2985-2986; DEA 2988-2999; note reads "Peggy - The censor left these in my box, said they were stopped. Suggest you take it up with him, if you think they are important"
Box 306, Folder 1 Miscellaneous from "Censor" envelope - trains, factories, damage, people, soldiers, etc.; codes include DEA 2861-2866; DEA 2923-2924; DEA 2928-2930; ; DEA 2936-2952; DEA 2985-2986; DEA 2988-2999; note reads "Peggy - The censor left these in my box, said they were stopped. Suggest you take it up with him, if you think they are important"
Box 306, Folder 1-9 Miscellaneous contact prints - men, women, children, animals, soldiers, landscapes, buildings, etc.
Nature series [NAT]
Box 306, Folder 9-12 Roses 1940
Box 307, Folder 1-10 Roses 1940
Box 307, Folder 10-15 Ferns 1940
Box 308, Folder 1 Ferns 1940
Box 308, Folder 1-8 Snakes 1940
Box 308, Folder 8-13 Owls and pigeons
Box 308, Folder 14-15 Roses
Box 309, Folder 1-2 Roses
Box 309, Folder 2-3 Falcons and falconry
Box 309, Folder 3-5 Archaeologists, including Mary Whittemore
Box 309, Folder 5-8 Birds
Box 309, Folder 8-12 Butterflies and caterpillars
Box 309, Folder 12-14 Fish
Box 309, Folder 15 Butterflies and caterpillars
Box 310, Folder 1 Butterflies and caterpillars
Box 310, Folder 1-2 Buildings
Box 310, Folder 2-6 Birds
Box 310, Folder 6-7 Elephants
Box 310, Folder 7-14 Miscellaneous - mostly birds, probably part of Nature series
Box 173, Folder 7-10 Miscellaneous
Box 173, Folder 10-12 Miscellaneous 1937 - moth, probably part of Nature series
Box 174, Folder 1 Miscellaneous 1937 - moth, probably part of Nature series
Box 174, Folder 1-4 Miscellaneous - praying mantis, probably part of Nature series
Box 174, Folder 5-6 Miscellaneous
Box 372 Interpositives 12014-12180
Box 373 Interpositives 12181-12480
Box 374 Interpositives 12481-12720
Box 375 Interpositives 12721-12955
Miscellaneous / unidentified
This subseries contains a mix of color transparencies and black-and-white prints and contact prints; subjects include Masons, highways, Carnegie Art Museum, Antigua, Mayan pyramids, and some candid shots of Bourke-White and friends.
Box 310, Folder 14-15 Miscellaneous contact prints - likely from "You Have Seen Their Faces" [YOU]
Box 311, Folder 1-2 Miscellaneous contact prints - likely from "You Have Seen Their Faces" [YOU]
Box 311, Folder 2-4 Miscelleneous contact prints - folder 4 includes job labeled [SAY]
Box 311, Folder 4-8 Miscellaneous prints from various jobs - includes Nikolai Sokoloff, Johnson estate, St. Louis freight yards, rural scenes, bugle player, industrial subjects, trains
Box 311, Folder 9-12 Miscellaneous prints from various jobs - includes job labeled "13217", woman welder, Turkish general, Russian workers, industrial subjects
Box 311, Folder 13 Miscellaneous prints from various jobs - including RUS 315, 317, 318, 319, 324, 329; names include John Harris, Charles Springer, George Dewey, George Gump, W.A. Haven, Alex Graybaugh, Jack Middleton, "Harri[o]", Fred Hayes, B.E. McKechnie
Box 398 Miscellaneous interpositives [code: UNI], 19778-19834, 19836-19846
Oversize 21, Folder 5-7 [xxx Folders found in OS 121, not in original inventory - are these empty? need to check]
Recordings
Audiotapes
Box 107 Brief written summary of five of the tapes
Brief summary of the following give tapes: Norman Ross, "For Women Only" San Joaquin Valley Town Hall, Voice of America. It is unknown who created the summaries; possibly it was prepared by processing staff.
Box 107 For Women Only, Part 1 5/12/1963 - hosted by Lillian Ordman; topics include LIFE cover; awards; how she got started; photographing; Stalin; war experiences; General Doolittle; Gandhi (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_162)
Box 107 For Women Only, Part 2 5/12/1963 - hosted by Lillian Ordman; topics include LIFE cover; awards; how she got started; photographing; Stalin; war experiences; General Doolittle; Gandhi (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_163)
Box 107 Interview from This is NY with Mrs. [illegible] 8/26/1957 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_161)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White - contents unknown (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_274)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White - contents unknown; possibly a reference tape created by SU (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_275)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White - contents unknown; accompanied by note "MBW deposit 2 cassettes Jonathan Heller c/o Picturescope 12/12/86 may be copied for research purposes JH & CAD" (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_279)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White Cassette No. 1 1981 - World War II, Russia, Stalin, photography as art form (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_281)
Typed note in case reads as follows: "SIDE 1 - 10-7-38, interview on WOW, Omaha (16" disc). Comments on German invasion of Czechoslovakia, effect of German propaganda, traveling alone in Europe during this time, mechanics of photography, attitudes toward her as a female photographer vs. usual housewife role. 2-22-54 NBC Reference Recording Collector's Item 12" disc 2 sides Photography as an art different from painting, its role in preserving history, the importance of what goes on behind the lens rather than what is in front. SIDE 2 - 16" disc no. 991 Describes visit to USSR to see effect of non-aggression pact just as war broke out; preparations for war; women training for factories, impressions of Moscow air raid, attempts to photograph Stalin. 16" disc, no. 990 Attempt to photograph Stalin cont., impressions of him, discussion of portrait of Stalin's mother, daytime air raid, impressions of the front, banquet before her departure. Re-recorded by William Storm for George Arents Research Library, Feb. 1981 (Dolbyized)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White Cassette No. 2 1981 - World War II, bombing missions, women's role in war (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_282)
Typed note in case reads as follows: "SIDE 1 - 5-14-43, LA. Friday Morning (12" discs) Background on her decision to become a war correspondent, aspects of flying on bombing missions - personalities, teamwork, etc., naming and christening the 'Flying Fortress', trip to N. Africa, praise for WACS, WAVES, etc., women's role in the war, account of personal discipling and reaction while aboard a torpedoed ship. SIDE 2 - 5-14-43, L.A. Friday Morning, cont. (12" discs) Comments on Army food, Christmas packages, visits to other airfields, the art of the foxhole, Daniel Boone and the 4 German bombers, her first bombing mission experience. Re-recorded by William Storm for George Arents Research Library, Feb. 1981 (Dolbyized)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White cassette #1 - contents unknown; possibly a reference tape created by SU (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_277)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White cassette #2 - contents unknown; possibly a reference tape created by SU (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_278)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White Wilson Hicks Conference 1958 - accompanied by note "MBW deposit 2 cassettes Jonathan Heller c/o Picturescope 12/12/86 may be copied for research purposes JH & CAD" (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_280)
Box 109 Margaret Bourke-White Wilson Hicks conference keynote speech from University of Miami Archives 1958 (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_276)
Box 107 MBW speaking to children 2 cuts - appears to be preservation copy (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_164)
Box 107 possibly Stanford Blank, possibly practice w/Mrs. E. 1965 (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_159)
Box 107 San Joaquin Valley Town Hall series Margaret Bourke-White 7pm 1/23/1953 - primarily Korean War; MBW sings Korean song (”China Night” - about 25 seconds) (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_166)
Box 109 San Joaquin Valley Town Hall (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_270)
Box 109 San Joaquin Valley Town Hall 1953 (1/4 inch audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_272)
Box 107 Speech therapy tape (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_165)
Box 107 VOA with Mr. Alderman Aug 1963 - An Interview with Margaret Bourke-White conducted in August 1963. Topics include beginnings of career at Cornell; beauty of industry/machines; on being a woman; inspirations; difficulties in various shoots; emotion in her photos; advice to young people; trends in modern photographic equipment; description of her study; book. (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_002)
Box 107 WBKB-TC (Chicago) Norman Ross Show 9/16/1963 - topics include MBW childhood and early life; LIFE, Fortune and TIME covers; Parkinson's Disease and therapy (1/4 inch audio tape) (ID#: mbw_160)
Box 109 Your Women's Page of the Air May 1963 (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_273)
Box 109 Your Women's Page of the Air parts 1 & 2 5/63 Tape 1 / Norman Ross (TV); NYS Dept of Commerce spot; Voice of America; This is New York 1963 (Audio cassette) (ID#: mbw_271)
Dictation discs
These are small green plastic discs, varying in size, created on a dictation machine of unknown make and model. Many are clipped to an envelope, perhaps that in which they were originally sent. There are annotations, done by an unknown person, on many of the new archival sleeves; these notes may or may not accurately reflect the actual content. ID numbers for the discs are given in parentheses. For an itemized listing, contact the repository listed above.
Box 106 Miscellaneous - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: early dictating on bk and Italy government, singing disks, Gilbert and Sullivan (16 items) (ID#: mbw_003 through mbw_018)
Box 106 "Voice and Hand" - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: Sacramento, Jap. Luncheon, May Day riot, Col. Henderson, Prof. [illegible] LA Times, machine gun, one BB, lib paper, Beklerim, grand opening, SAC, children grow up trained [illegible] (8 items) (ID#: mbw_019 through mbw_026)
Box 106 "Recording flying flitgun[?] & Mission" - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: lecture, SF town hall (6 items) (ID#: mbw_027 through mbw_032)
Box 106 "Disks for speech practice only and Mr. Kline" - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: notes, speeches, Korea song, to Mrs Barbara Warner, not needed (28 items) (ID#: mbw_033 through mbw_060)
Box 106 "Korean discs - Book" 1960-1963 - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: notebook sides A-D, speech, trial, Henry Simon, speech practice before Wisc speech, Life with Father. (34 items) (ID#: mbw_001; mbw_061 through mbw_093)
Box 106 "Personal letters - ans." 1962-1963, 1968, undated - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: Sacramento disk, Japanese song, happy Easter from MBW, for Harriet's nieces, practice read aloud, notebook 8, D.R. Solomon (15 items) (ID#: mbw_094 through mbw_108)
Box 106 "Daily work on speech" - notes on sleeves include the following words and phrases: Wisc speech, speech practice, war between children, speech Mr Carini, speech Mrs Lord and BW together, women guerrillas, Berkeley Women's City Club, BW song to Miki, Fountain A, funny disk with Andres, Los Angeles (39 items) (ID#: mbw_109 through mbw_147)
Box 106 "Wm. Thomas Cleveland " 3/8/53 (ID#: mbw_148)
Box 106, Folder 10 Miscellaneous - includes typed transcripts of some discs; topics include Bourke-White's involvement with the early days of LIFE magazine, Peggy Smith Sargent, Bourke-White's studio. Some discs appear to be chapters from her book (8 items) (ID#: mbw_151 through mbw_158)
Box 106 [untitled, contents unknown] (ID#: mbw_149)
Box 106 [untitled, contents unknown] (ID#: mbw_150)
Moving image recordings
Box 108 Eyes on Russia (From the Caucasus to Moscow) - "Photographed and produced under the personal direction of Miss Margaret Bourke White."; video transfer from original film VHS; black and white; sound; 00:12:00. (ID#: mbw_267)
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
RESTRICTED: The film "Eyes on Russia" is restricted to in-house use only; loans and duplication prohibited.
Reel Galen Drake Show Film: 16mm; black and white; sound; 1100 feet. (ID#: mbw_268)
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
Box 108 Margaret Bourke-White One Hour Special, WVIZ-TV, Cleveland 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic; color; sound; 00:60:00. (ID#: mbw_265)
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
Box 108 Margaret Bourke-White: The Humanitarian Vision 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic; color; sound; 00:06:00. (ID#: mbw_266)
Box 108 Margaret Bourke-White: The Humanitarian Vision 1984 VHS; color; sound; 00:05:50 (ID#: mbw_269)
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
Box 108 Person to Person (CBS News) 09/02/1955 - June Allyson and Dick Powell; Margaret Bourke-White 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic; black and white; sound; 00:30:00. (ID#: mbw_264)
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
Reel Wendy Waldroup "god child extraordinaire" de Peggy Bourke-White (for Margaret Bourke-White) Film: 16mm film; color; silent; 50 feet. (ID#: mbw_263)
Duplicate film. Home movie of woman and child. Return address indicates it was sent from Major and Mrs. M.M. Waldroup, HQ 24th Composite Wing, Borinquen Field, PR (an army base in Puerto Rico). Based on the return address information on the film box and a search in Ancestry.com, the individuals in the movie are probably Cricket Canon (the mother, married to Marvin Martin Waldroup, i.e. "M M Waldroup") and Wendy Waldroup (the child), whose name is listed explicitly on the box. MBW was Wendy's godmother.
Note on alternate formats: Digital version available.
Phonodiscs
Titles are taken directly from the items. For an itemized listing, contact the repository listed above.
Oversize 68 Damaged discs, miscellaneous
Oversize 69 Damaged discs, miscellaneous
Belfer Air Force, parts 1 through 13 5-14-43 (7 discs) (ID#: mbw_170 through mbw_176)
Belfer Bill Leonard Interview of Margaret Bourke-White; CBS - 1 side (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_252)
Belfer Churchill Speech (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_240, mbw_241)
RESTRICTED: One disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer Collector's Item 2-22-54 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_169)
Belfer Despatch [sic] for C.B.S. Margaret Bourke White Parts 1-4, R.T. India 9/12/47 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_189, mbw_190)
Belfer The End of The Act with Erskine Caldwell, Parts 3 and 5; WJZ 5/21/42 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_203)
Belfer Hi Jinx Show; Margaret Bourke White and Lord John Hope; Sides 1-6 6/15/49 (3 discs) (ID#: mbw_207, mbw_208, mbw_209)
Belfer Hi Jinx; Guest: Margaret Bourke White. Parts 1-4 June 14, 1949 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_210, mbw_211)
Belfer India, parts 1 through 13 (7 discs) (ID#: mbw_177 through mbw_183)
Belfer India, part 14 and 15 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_184, mb_185)
Discs are unlabeled, but presumed to be part of the India set due to location and number of sides reported in inventory. Single sided discs.
Belfer Interview with Margaret Bourke-White and Erskine Caldwell by Andre Baruch, CBS, parts 1 and 2 21 January 1942 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_167, mbw_168)
Belfer Interview Radio Bazaar Program Jean Colbert and Margaret Bourke-White Parts 1 and 2 undated (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_206)
Belfer Kate Smith Hour; M.B.W. Parts 1 and 2 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_196)
Belfer Margaret Arlen Show; CBS; 8:30-9:00AM; Parts 2 and 4 6-1-49 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_245)
Belfer Margaret Bourke-White; Wow, Omaha 10-7-38 - 1 side (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_251)
Belfer Margaret Bourke-White 3/29/44 - Single-sided disc. (8 discs) (ID#: mbw_230 through mbw_237)
Belfer Margaret Bourke-White parts 1-4 2/11/48 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_186, mbw_187)
Belfer Margaret Bourke White; George V. Denny, Jr.; W.Q.X.R., Parts 1-4 11/21/41 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_192, mbw_193)
Belfer Margaret Bourke White; If I Had The Chance; W.J.Z., Parts 1 and 2 9/2/38 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_194)
Belfer Margaret Bourke-White Interviewed by Vesta Eales; W.A.B.C. Parts 1-3 7/2/42 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_202, mbw_262)
RESTRICTED: One disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer Margaret Bourke White on NBC Blue network - Let Yourself Go with Milton Berle; Bourke-White 13-1 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_242, mbw_243)
RESTRICTED: One disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer Margaret Bourke White; Show of Yesterday And Today, W.J.Z. (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_191)
Belfer Margaret Bourke White Talk; March of Time 2/3/44 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_204)
Belfer Mary Margaret McBride; WEAF; Parts 1 through 7 4/22/43 (3 discs) (ID#: mbw_226, mbw_227, mbw_228, mbw_229)
RESTRICTED: First disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer MBW 964 - "M.B.W. Part 1 M.B.W. Part 3 964 I (Side A) 964 II (Side B)" (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_255)
Belfer MBW 969 Part 5 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_256)
Belfer [MBW] 990 - Notes from reference tape #1422: "Attempt to photograph studio (cont.), impressions of him, discussion of portrait of Stalin's mother, daytime air-raid, impressions of the front, Banquet before her departure" (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_260)
Belfer [MBW] 991 - Notes from reference tape #1422: "Describes visit to USSR to see effect of non-aggression pact, just as war broke out, impressions of war, women training for factories, impressions of Moscow, air-raid, attempts to photograph Stalin." (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_261)
Belfer North African Air Forces 1943 - original sleeve label: #37a North Africa Air Force 5-14-43 KMTR, Hollywood" (4 discs) (ID#: mbw_247 through mbw_250)
Belfer Of Interest to Women - 1 side (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_253)
Belfer Painting with Light by Margaret Bourke-White; John Citizen Sees the Light (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_257, mbw_258)
Belfer Profile - Miss Margaret B. White; Out 33 1/3 1955 - original label: "Recorded at Charlotte, NC; Before my speech; June 1955; 1 side Partial" (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_254)
Belfer Readers & Writers Margaret Bourke-White, WQXR, Parts 1-3 6/2/42 (2 discs) (ID#: mbw_238, mbw_239)
RESTRICTED: One disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer Tex & Jinx; Broadcast on WNBC, DUBB, Sides 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12 5-30-53 (4 discs) (ID#: mbw_217 through mbw_220)
Belfer Tex & Jinx, WNBC, DUBB, Sides 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 5-4-53 (4 discs) (ID#: mbw_212, mbw_213, mbw_215, mbw_216)
Belfer Tex & Jinx End of the Record Low Level (Studio); WNBC; DUBB; Sides 3 and 9 5-4-53 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_214)
Belfer This Is The Picture 11:30 to 12 mid CBS parts 1-9 11/15/45 (5 discs) (ID#: mbw_221 through mbw_225)
Belfer Travels in Russia, part 2 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_244)
RESTRICTED: Disc is restricted due to condition.
Belfer War Department Special Service Department presents We Who Fight Series: NY10 Program No. 16; Sides A and B - Miss Agnes Smedley, Yeoman 1/C Lacey Pomplon Miss Margaret Bourke-White Golden Gate Quartet, LT. Frederick Carlton Edwin C. Hill, MC (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_259)
Belfer We The People Feb. 14, 1943 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_205)
Belfer We The People; Margaret Bourke-White Spot; Parts 1 and 2 10/21/45 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_201)
Belfer We the People, interview with MBW on Gandhi 10 February 1948 (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_188)
Belfer We The People - M.B.W Parts 1 and 2 CBS undated (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_195)
Belfer Wide Horizons, Parts 1-6; WOR 4/16/44 (3 discs) (ID#: mbw_197, mbw_199, mbw_200)
Belfer Wide Horizons; Margaret Bourke-White (Sketch & Interview); Parts 1 and 2; WOR 4/16/44; (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_198)
Belfer Unidentified (1 disc) (ID#: mbw_246)
RESTRICTED: Disc is restricted due to condition.
Writings
Articles
Box 57 "And So My Ship Came In" - manuscript draft
Box 57 "Assignments for Publication," The Complete Photographer Sept. 20, 1941
Box 57 "Assignments for Publication," The Encyclopedia of Photography 1965
Box 57 "The Best Advise I Ever Had," Reader's Digest [British Edition] 1957
Box 57 "Bird in Flight," The Washington Post Jan. 11, 1942
Box 57 "Caldwell Calls Red Soldier Unlike Any Other in History," PM Oct. 22, 1941
Box 57 "Camel Corps--Syria," U.S. Camera The Year's Photography Vol. II 1941
Box 57 "A Career in Photography" - manuscript drafts
Box 57 "Challenge to Women," The Hartford Times guest editorial Nov. 29, 1951
Box 57 "Dust Changes America," The Nation May 22, 1935
Box 57 "F.D.R. and the Three Blonds" - manuscript for Introduction
Box 57 "Famous Lady's Indomitable Fight," Life June 22, 1959
Box 57 "Favorite Pictures," American Society of Magazine Photographers' Picture Annual 1957
Box 57 "I'll Monitor Your Breath" - manuscript drafts
See also Portrait of Myself early drafts-deletions.
Box 57 "Introduction for Lens Portfolio" - manuscript draft
Box 57 "The Jesuits in America," Life Oct. 11, 1954
Box 57 "Margaret Bourke-White in the Lyons Den," New York Post Aug. 21, 1943
Box 57 "The Nizam Capitulates," The Star Weekly May 7, 1949
Box 57 "Photographing This World," The Nation Feb. 19, 1936
Box 57 "Pictures of Czecho-slovakia," Direction Jan./Feb. 1939
Box 57 "Resourcefulness," Think Feb. 1948
Box 57 "Shooting from a Whirlibird" - manuscript draft
Box 57 [Six Part Series on Russia] , The New York Times 1932 - manuscript drafts (2 folders)
Box 57 "Spin, Please, Madam Photographer" - manuscript drafts
Box 57 "They Called Me Incurable," Reader's Digest Oct. 1959
Box 57 "Women in Lifeboats," Life Feb. 22, 1943
Box 57 "Women in Photography," Famous Photographers School 1964 - manuscript
Box 57 "Words About Pictures, " Infinity June 1958
Box 57 Untitled, "Eight miles straight up ..." - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "General Notes for Journal-American Article" - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "In the little known war ..." (Korea) - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "The life of a photographer ..." - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "Normally, one bandage ..." (National War Fund) - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "Photography is a window ..." - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "When Portrait of Myself came out ..." 1963 - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "Several summers ago ..." - manuscript draft
Box 57 Untitled, "When I remember how I ..." (Van Gogh exhibit) - manuscript draft
Books
Box 58 Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly [DEA] - Chapters 1-18, manuscript drafts (2 folders)
Box 58 Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly [DEA] - captions for photo sequences, manuscript
Box 58 Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly [DEA] - book cover, production records
Box 58 Eyes on Russia - production records
Box 58 Halfway to Freedom - book notes (3 folders)
Box 58 Halfway to Freedom - Introduction-Chapter VII (2 folders)
Box 59 Halfway to Freedom - Chapters VIII-XXVI - manuscript drafts (4 folders)
Box 59 Halfway to Freedom - cover, ads, production records
Box 59 North of the Danube - book notes
Box 59 Portrait of Myself - book notes (2 folders)
Box 60 Portrait of Myself - book notes (2 folders)
Box 60 Portrait of Myself - calendars of travels
Box 60 Portrait of Myself - chapter sequences, lists of pictures
Box 60 Portrait of Myself - deletions, manuscript drafts (2 folders)
Box 61 Portrait of Myself - Table of Contents, Chapters 1-11 manuscript drafts (8 folders)
Box 62 Portrait of Myself - Chapters 12-20 manuscript drafts (8 folders)
Box 63 Portrait of Myself - Chapters 21-28 manuscript drafts (7 folders)
Box 64 Portrait of Myself - Chapters 29-31, postscript manuscript drafts (3 folders)
Box 64 A Report on the American Jesuits - book notes
Box 64 A Report on the American Jesuits - "Note by Margaret Bourke-White" - manuscript draft and photo layout
Box 64 Shooting the Russian War - book notes
Box 64 Shooting the Russian War - Introduction-Chapter VI manuscript drafts (3 folders)
Box 65 Shooting the Russian War - Chapter VII-XVIII, glossary, appendix manuscript drafts (5 folders)
Box 65 They Called It "Purple Heart Valley" - book notes
Box 65 They Called It "Purple Heart Valley" - Chapters I-III - manuscript drafts
Box 66 They Called It "Purple Heart Valley" - Chapters IV-XIX, "Note About the Author" manuscript drafts (5 folders)
Box 66 They Called It "Purple Heart Valley" - official censored chapters - manuscript
Box 66 They Called It "Purple Heart Valley" - miscellany
Box 66 You Have Seen Their Faces - "Notes On Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White" manuscript drafts
Interviews
Box 67 Adventurous Careers for Women," WNEW Radio May 8, 1935
Box 67 "Margaret Bourke-White/Erskine Caldwell," Counterpoint / Roy Newquist
Box 67 The Proceedings of "Youth Wants to Know" July 8, 1956 - radio transcript, printed material
Box 67 "Success Stories"
Box 67 WABC Radio, Gold Medal Flour Program Aug. 31, 1936
Box 67 WLTH Radio Feb. 16, 1933
Box 67 WMCA Radio June 20, 1935
Box 67 WPCH Radio 1933 - notes, outline
Box 67 Unknown June 30, 1970
Box 67 Unknown radio
Lectures
Box 67 "Advice to Embryonic Photographers" July 1937 - notes
Box 67 "Behind the Lenses" (Korea) Jan. 13, 1953
Box 67 "Creative Staff Meeting" Feb. 1, 1933
Box 67 Czechoslovakia Sept. 30, 1938
Box 67 Keynote Speech, econd Annual Photojournalism Conference
Box 67 Korea speech 1952 - "Transcript of speech by MBW on Korea, Sacramento Cal for use in speech practice", possibly a transcript of one of the recordings in the collection
Box 67 "Lenses Behind the News"
Box 67 N.B.C. Jan. 1932
Box 67 "Opportunities for Young Women in the Field of Photography," RCA Women's Radio Review June 14, 1934
Box 67 "Photography Changes Perception," New School for Social Research Mar. 13, 1934
Box 67 "Radio Talk Delivered Over the Chinese International Broadcasting Station at Chungking" 1941
Box 67 Russia Dec. 15, 1932
Box 67 Sacramento lecture 1952 - "Transcript of Sacramento lecture Disc #5 - by MBW", possibly a transcript of one of the recordings in the collection
Box 67 "What Must We Do to Improve the Health and Well-Being of the American People?" town meeting Dec. 8, 1941
Box 67 "Wisconsin Speech"
Box 67 "Women of Achievement"
Box 67 "World of Art," NBC broadcast Feb. 1954
Box 67 WOR Radio 1931
Box 67 WRNY Radio Jan. 26, 1952
Notes
Box 67 Datebooks 1950, 1954
Box 68 Datebooks 1960
Box 68 Dust storm assignment 1935
Box 68 Exhibitions
Box 68 India
Box 68 Items on loan 1957-1958
Box 68 Japan
Box 68 Japan notebooks
Box 68 Jesuits
Box 68 Korea (2 folders)
Box 69 Korea notebooks (2 folders)
Box 69 Life assignments, various)
Box 69 Life assignments, various - captions
Box 69 Life assignments, dams
Box 69 Lists and addresses
Box 69 Movies
Box 69 Natural history 1933-1935
Box 69 Parkinson's Disease (2 folders)
Box 69 Photography - technical data
Box 70 Photomurals
Selassie, Haile
See Notes : South Africa.
Box 70 South Africa (2 folders)
Box 70 Soviet Union
Box 70 Studio information
Box 70 TV appearances
Box 70 United States
Box 70 World War II, England
Box 70 World War II, Germany
Box 71 World War II, Italy
Box 71 World War II, North Africa Dec. 1942-Jan. 1943
Box 71 World War II, miscellaneous
Box 71 Miscellaneous (3 folders)
Miscellany
Box 72 Book (unpublished) - typescript (2 folders)
Box 72 Book chapter on Gandhi, "Heroes for Our Time" 1968
Juvenilia
Box 72 "An Ill-treated Individual" Feb. 28, 1921 - manuscript
Box 72 "The Biography of a Baby Robin" undated - manuscript
Box 72 "Continuation School" undated - typescript
Box 72 "In a King's Dwelling Am I" undated - typescript
Box 72 "A Modern Pilgrimage" Apr. 18, 1921 - manuscript
Box 72 "Teddy" 1919 - The Oracle, p. 10-12; typescript
Box 72 Motion picture material - outlines, captions, narrative, reel sequences (typescript), notes (handwritten) for Eyes on Russia (2 folders)
Box 72 Clippings
Box 72 Poetry - mix of handwritten and typescript
Reviews
Box 72 Book: Country of Youth, in The Nation 1935 - galley proof
Box 72 Book: Portrait of a Year, in The Nation 1935 - typescript
Box 72 Motion picture: Hell on Earth undated - typescript

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