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Anson Phelps Stokes family papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 299

Scope and Contents

The Anson Phelps Stokes Papers consist of correspondence, writings, subjects files, memorabilia, photographs, financial records, and family papers. The material has been divided into six series, the largest being the correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes, which comprises more than half of the papers in the collection.

Part I, Series I, Correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes, includes both the general and family correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes spanning almost eighty years from 1879 to 1958. The correspondence reflects the diverse interests of the Stokes family and Anson Phelps Stokes's participation on numerous boards and committees. (See the biographical sketch above.) As a result of these activities, Stokes became acquainted with educators, reformers, religious leaders, prominent businessmen, financiers, politicians, and diplomats. Much of the resultant correspondence concerns administrative matters; a much smaller portion is concerned with leading issues of the day.

There is significant correspondence with American educational leaders, both black and white. Because of his years at Yale and his influential work on a number of major educational boards, Stokes's correspondence reflects the early organizational efforts, the formulation of policy, and the implementation of significant projects in education.

Anson Phelps Stokes corresponded at length with fellow officials and trustees of the American University Union (Horatio S. Krans and J.W. Cunliffe), the Institute of International Education (Stephen P. Duggan and George H. Nettleton), the Rockefeller Foundation (George E. Vincent and Max Mason), and the General and International Education Boards (Trevor Arnett, Wallace Buttrick, W.W. Brierley, James H. Dillard, Abraham Flexner, Raymond B. Fosdick, and Wickliffe Rose). The American Council on Education is represented in the correspondence with Samuel P. Capen and Charles R. Mann, among others.

As President of the Phelps-Stokes Fund and a trustee of several Rockefeller Foundation boards, Anson Phelps Stokes corresponded with some leading figures in the larger foundations: Frederick P. Keppel, President of the Carnegie Corporation, Julius Rosenwald of the Rosenwald Fund, and John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

As one would expect, there is considerable correspondence related to Yale. (Stokes's official correspondence as Secretary of Yale University is in the Yale University Archives and does not form a part of this collection.) Even after leaving Yale, however, Anson Phelps Stokes maintained a strong interest in the University's well-being and frequently corresponded with administrators, alumni, and the faculty of Yale. Part I, Series I contains Stokes's correspondence with three Yale presidents: Arthur Twining Hadley, with whom Stokes worked for twenty-two years, James Rowland Angell, and Charles Seymour. Many Yale professors and officials are represented in the correspondence, among them Clive Day, Wilbur L. Cross, George Dudley Seymour, Andrew Keogh and George Parmly Day. Two other prominent individuals, known to Stokes through Yale affiliations, are William Howard Taft and Henry L. Stimson. One of the founders of Yale-in-China, Anson Phelps Stokes corresponded throughout the turbulent years of its history with its directors and staff, including Dr. Edward H. Hume, Dr. F.D. Yen, F. Wells Williams, Palmer Bevis and others.

For forty-five years, Stokes was an integral part of the leadership of the Phelps-Stokes Fund. Created by the will of Caroline Phelps Stokes, an aunt of Anson Phelps Stokes, and incorporated in 1911, the Fund was dedicated specifically to the improvement of the housing of the poor in New York City and to the education of Negroes, North American Indians, and deserving white students. Educational aid was to be primarily in the form of scholarships and endowments for school buildings and improvements. Stokes carried on a lengthy and detailed correspondence with the Fund's director, Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones, and with its secretary and treasurer, L. A. Roy and F. Louis Slade, about personalities, projects, and policies.

As a result of the Phelps-Stokes Fund's programs in support of Negro education in the United States and Africa, Stokes became acquainted with many prominent black educators. Among those with whom he corresponded are: Robert R. Moton, Monroe N. Work, and Frederick Douglass Patterson of Tuskegee Institute; William Anthony Aery, James E. Gregg, and Arthur Howe of Hampton Institute; Mordecai W. Johnson and Benjamin Brawley of Howard University; and Thomas E. Jones of Fisk University. Other black leaders who corresponded with Stokes are Walter White and James Weldon Johnson of the N.A.A.C.P., Carter Woodson of theJournal of Negro History, Mary McLeod Bethune, and W.E.B. DuBois.

Throughout his life, Anson Phelps Stokes received many pleas for financial support from both institutions and individuals. Although unable to comply with requests for financial aid in many instances, he frequently gave his time and advice in constructive ways. Requests for Stokes's opinions and suggestions are a salient feature of the correspondence.

Over the years, Stokes lent his support to refugee relief work in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. He had a special interest in the relief program for Russian refugees in Constantinople, because it was directed for many years by his wife's sister, Anna V.S. Mitchell. Her correspondence with Stokes and that of many others involved in relief work appear in the general correspondence.

A prominent Episcopal priest, Stokes corresponded with Roman Catholic, Protestant and Jewish clergymen, with members of the Federal Council of Churches, the Y.M.C.A., and the International Missionary Council, as well as with editors of religious publications. Among his correspondents in religious education were: Henry Sloane Coffin, William Adams Brown, and Reinhold Niebuhr of Union Theological Seminary.

As Canon of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Washington, D.C., one of Stokes's major duties was to assist in the National Cathedral fund-raising campaign. A sizable portion of his correspondence from 1924 to 1939 deals with the organization of the fund-raising campaign on a nation-wide scale and with the solicitation of endowments and special gifts for the Cathedral.

Cathedral matters were by no means his sole concern during the Washington years, however. His committee work involved him in the problems of race relations, unemployment, low-cost housing, welfare, and public education. Stokes wrote to black leaders, to school superintendents, to welfare agencies, to cabinet members and congressmen presenting his views on political issues and pending legislation, and to Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt about the housing situation in Washington, D.C. Stokes kept some of this correspondence with his committee files apart from the general correspondence. It is located in Part I, Series III, Subjects File. But the bulk of his committee-related correspondence is in Part I, Series I, filed under the name of the individual correspondent.

One issue which evoked a strong response from Stokes was the controversy surrounding the Marian Anderson concert occasioned by the D.A.R.'s refusal in 1939 to allow the black concert artist to perform in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. Stokes contested the decision before the D.A.R. and published his arguments in a pamphlet entitled "Art and the Color Line." His correspondence on the subject is filed in Part I, Series I, An-Az, 1930 Jun 1 - 1939 Dec 31.

Correspondence related to Stokes's history of universities project and his book,Church and State in the United States, was kept, where possible, with the manuscripts and research materials. It now forms a part of PART I, SERIES II. Nevertheless, since Stokes worked for many years on these projects and discussed them with friends and colleagues, it is inevitable that a considerable number of letters pertaining to his research still remain in PART I, SERIES I. Correspondence with booksellers, especially about works on university history, is scattered throughout PART I, SERIES I under the name of the dealer or shop.

Some of the family members with whom Anson Phelps Stokes corresponded include his father, Anson Phelps Stokes, prominent New York banker, yachtsman, anti-imperialist, and a founder of the Reform Club; his aunt, Olivia Egleston Phelps Stokes, philanthropist; his sister, Helen Phelps Stokes, active in the National Civil Liberties Bureau and Socialist causes; his brothers, Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes, architect and art collector, James Graham Phelps Stokes, who married Rose Pastor Stokes, and Harold Phelps Stokes, a member of the staff of theNew York Times; and his son, Anson Phelps Stokes, Episcopal Bishop of Massacusetts.

PART I, SERIES II, JOURNALS, SPEECHES, WRITINGS, AND RESEARCH, consists of the journals, sermons, public addresses, writings, and research materials of Anson Phelps Stokes. The writings, which include letters to the editor, articles, reviews and introductions, present Stokes's views on race relations, educational policy and public issues. There is a manuscript of the final draft of Stokes's book,Memorials of Eminent Yale Men. Stokes's work on the history of universities was never published. There is a typed copy of that portion of the study which he completed, the history of universities from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century. Materials related toChurch and State in the United States, a three-volume work published in 1950, constitute a large part of PART I, SERIES II. In addition to a typed copy of the final draft, there are research materials, correspondence with the publishers and others about the book, and reviews.

Part I, Series III, Subjects File, complements the general correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes. Grouped by topic, the papers represent major areas of interest and concern which are in evidence throughout his correspondence. The subjects are:
  1. African tour, 1932-1933
  2. The Brookings Institution
  3. General and International Education Boards
  4. The Phelps-Stokes Fund
  5. Refugee relief
  6. Reorganization of the Federal Judiciary
  7. St. Paul's School
  8. Washington Cathedral
  9. Washington, D.C., Committees
  10. Yale-in-China
  11. Yale-New Haven History
  12. Yale, the Portsmouth Treaty, and Japan
For the most part, the papers in the "Subjects File" are memoranda, minutes, and reports, with some of Stokes's official correspondence. They are files maintained for his personal use and do not represent complete, official records of the organizations involved.

The "Phelps-Stokes Fund" section of Part I, Series III consists of miscellaneous papers, including correspondence, related to such specific projects and concerns as the Commission to East Africa, the Smuts Conference, the Encyclopedia of the Negro, the Booker Washington Institute of Liberia, and the Committee on Africa, the War, and Peace Aims.

The "Washington, D.C., Committees" files contain a notable amount of Stokes's official correspondence with prominent Washington citizens, congressmen and senators. Speaking on behalf of such organizations as the Washington Committee on Unemployment, the Washington Housing Committee, and the Interracial Committee of the Washington Federation of Churches, Anson Phelps Stokes sought to influence public opinion in favor of his committees' proposals and recommendations on specific legislation and federal programs. This material complements the correspondence in PART I, SERIES I with such individuals as John Ihlder of the Alley Dwelling Authority, Helen Duey Hoffman of the Washington Housing Association, Emmett J. Scott of Howard University and the Interracial Committee, and others.

In addition to correspondence, memoranda, minutes and reports, the "Yale-in-China" material in Part I, Series III includes photographs of faculty, students, and Yali facilities.

The sub-section on "Yale-New Haven History" contains memorabilia of town and gown, including eighteenth and nineteenth century records and letters. Anson Phelps Stokes's personal contributions include an evaluation of President Hadley's administration and a history of the Pierpont-Stokes house. (Photographs of the interior and exterior of the house may be found in Part I, Oversize Materials) There is also correspondence and copies of miscellaneous documents pertaining to the Lowell House Settlement, which Stokes described in a 1946 article entitled, "The Founding and Early Years of Lowell House."

The final sub-section contains what is probably the most significant original material in the series: manuscripts pertaining to Yale's role in the drafting of the Portsmouth Treaty. Included is correspondence between Anson Phelps Stokes and Barnabas Sakai, a member of the diplomatic mission of Baron Kaneko to the United States in 1904. There is a copy of "Yale, the Portsmouth Treaty, and Japan," a pamphlet presenting and interpreting the available material on the subject, written by Harold Phelps Stokes, brother of Anson and a member of theNew York Timeseditorial staff.

Part I, Series IV of the Anson Phelps Stokes Papers is comprised of memorabilia and photos. The photographs include individual and group photos of Anson Phelps Stokes from childhood to the last years of his life. Among these are photos of his wife, family, friends, and associates. Memorabilia consists primarily of scrapbook materials, gathered over the years by Stokes, which provide biographical information. In addition to memorabilia of Stokes's own life, there are genealogical studies, family records, charts and some correspondence pertaining to the history of the Stokes family. One part of the memorabilia relates to Anson Phelps Stokes's grandparents, parents, aunts, and uncles. There are a very limited number of items on the Lindley family. One of them is the biography of Daniel Lindley, the maternal grandfather of Stokes's wife, Carol Mitchell Phelps Stokes.

Part I, Series V, Financial and Property Records, contains bills, receipts, cancelled checks, leases, tax records, and similar items belonging to Anson Phelps Stokes, as well as papers relating to Stokes family finances. While a small amount of correspondence is included here, almost all of the financial correspondence is filed in Part I, Series I, under the name of the bank or investment company involved, and, in some cases, under the name of the individual representative.

Part I, Series VI, Stokes Family Papers, contains three boxes of Phelps Stokes correspondence, dating from 1834 to 1960, including interesting information about the history of the Stokes family. Following this correspondence, are letters to Olivia and Caroline Phelps Stokes, aunts of Anson Phelps Stokes. These letters reflect the philanthropic interests of the Stokes sisters in the Hampton and Tuskegee Institutes, Barnard College, the town of Ansonia, Connecticut, the Columbia University chapel, the Bible Institute, the Constitution Island Association, and the Voorhees Industrial School, to name a few. There are thirty-four letters from Booker T. Washington, as well as letters from his wife and daughter.

In addition, there are accounts of the travels in India and the Middle East by Anson Phelps Stokes's sons, Anson and Newton. The high point of their journey was an interview with Gandhi in 1930.

Part I, Series VI also contains some papers of Helen Phelps Stokes, a member of the Socialist Party and treasurer of the National Civil Liberties Bureau. One portion of the papers is comprised of minutes, memoranda, reports and publications of the National Civil Liberties Bureau and the American Civil Liberties Union, from 1917 through 1923. There is also some correspondence including letters from Roger Baldwin, Albert DeSilver, Rose Pastor Stokes and Norman Thomas.

Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library, contain the following papers related to this collection: Records of the Secretary of Yale University, 1899-1921 (RU 49); Files of Yale-in-China (including, but not limited to, RU 232, RU 233, and RU 234); The Anson Phelps Stokes Autograph Collection (MS 402); The Harold Phelps Stokes Papers (MS 645); The Rose Pastor Stokes Papers (MS 573).

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The following statement as to the whereabouts of my major correspondence and as to various publications too large for including in these six volumes of Miscellaneous Material, is given for possible reference.

I. Correspondence
  1. American University Union - Office of Institute of International Education
  2. Yale-in-China - Yale-in-China Office - Yale Library
  3. President Hadley - Yale Library
  4. Army Educational Commission - War Department
  5. Encyclopedia of Negro - Phelps-Stokes Fund Office
  6. Yale - Secretary's Offices Yale
  7. Personal, Miscellaneous - Files in Office, Stable, Lenox
  8. Committee on Religious Life - Special File and Committee Office
  9. Cathedral - Washington Cathedral
  10. Phelps-Stokes Fund - Phelps-Stokes Fund Office
  11. Committee on-Leisure-Time Facilities for Government Employees - Special Office Files, also Social Work Co-ordinator, Dep't. of Agriculture
(I have made arrangements with Yale University Library to deposit my general correspondence there. See correspondence with Mr. Knollenberg under date of 1941-1942).

II. Books Written
  1. Memorials of Eminent Yale Men
  2. What Jesus Christ Thought of Himself
  3. Educational Plans for the U.S. Army Abroad
  4. History of Tuskegee Institute
  5. Booker Washington - A Brief Biography
  6. The Atlantic Charter and Africa from an American Standpoint
(Most pamphlets are not mentioned as they will be found in one of these six Miscellaneous Volumes).

III. Books Edited
  1. "Yale Endowments" and other Yale Publications, Catalogues, etc.
IV. Books for Which Introductions Prepared
  1. Dr. Dillard of Jeanes Fund (Brawley)
  2. Housing for Negroes in Washington (Jones)
  3. Education in Africa (T. J. Jones)
  4. Education in South Africa (T. J. Jones)
  5. Navajo Indian Report (T. J. Jones)
  6. Twenty Years' Report of Phelps-Stokes Fund. (T. J. Jones)
  7. The Words of Jesus of The Great Discourse, 2d Edition (about 1925)
V. Books in Preparation
  1. Church and State in the U. S. (1789-1939-1941) - Ms. in iron box, Lenox. Film.
  2. History of Universities - in P.S. Estates Corporation Safe
VI. Journals
  1. "Europe as a Boy;" "Palestine;" "Round the World" - in Family Section of my Lenox Library
  2. "World War" - inside cover of large Scrap Book in my Lenox Library
  3. "Family News"
VII. Scrap Books
  1. Yale Undergraduate days used for Scrap Book D. '94, R.T.A. Yale
  2. General Material being collected Lenox
  3. World War Large volume in my library
VIII. Lindley Papers in Dr. Smith's Room, Hartford Seminary; also in iron trunk, Lenox house, and in my Library (Family Section)

IX. Collections (in my Lenox Library)
  1. Americana
  2. Old Bibles, Prayer Books
  3. Washington Prints (in box under sofa)
  4. Yale (Yale University)
  5. American Book Plates
  6. Early Lives of Christ
X. Addresses (in these volumes and especially):
  1. Yale Alumni Weekly
  2. Cathedral Age
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The addition to the Anson Phelps Stokes Family Papers consists of correspondence, writings, subject files, memorabilia, photographs, financial records and family papers.

This group of papers represents a portion of the Anson Phelps Stokes papers which was not discovered until several years after the bulk of the collection had been processed. The addition is complementary, but fragmentary in nature. While it covers the same years as the major portion, it does not represent a simple extension of the earlier portion of the papers. For example, significant additional information can be found in the correspondence of Barnabas Sakai, and there is a complete typescript of Stokes's book,A History of Universities, but in other instances, such as under the subject heading, Washington Cathedral, the body of additional material is small and unimportant.

Part II, Series I, Section C (General Correspondence 1950-1957 M-Z) is the part of the addition which is most clearly a fragment of the main body of the papers. Correspondence for the years 1950-1957 A-L is contained in the portion of the papers which was previously processed, while the bulk of the correspondence 1950-1957 M-Z forms a part of the addition. In order to have a complete view of the collection both the main body of papers and the addition will have to be consulted. The organization of the previously processed portion of the papers has been used as a model for the addition, and series and section divisions have been retained wherever applicable. The addition is arranged as follows:

I. Correspondence

A. General Correspondence 1893-1923

B. Letterpress Books 1900-1921

C. General Correspondence 1950-1957, M-Z

D. Family Correspondence 1897-1957

II. Journals, Speeches, Writings, and Research Materials

A. Journals and Memoranda

B. Articles, Addresses and Public Statements

C. Reviews and Introductions

D. Books

III. Subject Files

A. American Academy in Rome

B. American University Union in Europe

C. General Board of Religious Education

D. General and International Education Boards

E. Phelps Stokes Corporation

F. Phelps Stokes Estates

G. Phelps-Stokes Fund

H. Russian Refugee Relief

I. St. Paul's School

J. Washington Cathedral

K. Yale-in-China

IV. Memorabilia and Photographs

V. Financial and Property Records

VI. Stokes Family Papers

Part II, Series I, Correspondence, is the largest single series, comprising more than two thirds of the addition. The series includes both general and family correspondence from 1893 to 1957, but the great majority of the material falls into two time periods, 1896 to 1923 and 1950 to 1957.

Anson Phelps Stokes was, as were several members of the Stokes family, a public figure throughout his life. As a result of his activities, he became acquainted with educators, reformers, religious leaders, business-men, financiers, politicians and diplomats. Throughout the addition the researcher will find correspondence with public figures which discusses the prominent issues of the day. Examples of this type of correspondence are Irving Fisher's letters on the Prohibition question, George Wharton Pepper's letter on the League of Nations and comments made by Henry White on the Paris Peace Conference (1920 Jan 10).

Education and religion, however, were the major concerns of Stokes's life, and a large portion of the correspondence is with educational and religious leaders. He corresponded with fellow officials of the American University Union (Horatio S. Krans and J. W. Cunliffe) and the General and International Education Boards (Wallace Butterick, Abraham Flexner, Raymond B. Fosdick and Wickliffe Rose), as well as with ministers, bishops and officials of the General Board of Religious Education. There is extensive correspondence with missionaries who were affiliated with the Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.), and the Yale Foreign Mission or Yale-in-China. While this correspondence deals almost entirely with organizational and administrative matters, there is also some discussion of local events, such as the Chinese Civil War in letters from Fletcher S. Brockton and Sherwood Eddy. Other missionaries with whom Stokes corresponded include John R. Mott and Sidney L. Gulick.

Stokes also corresponded with Francis Burton Harrison, governor-general of the Philippine Islands, who in a letter dated (1914 Apr 30) discusses United States administration of the Philippine Islands and criticism of his policies as governor. Another item dealing with the Philippine Islands is a copy of a letter (1900 Jan 10) from Carson H. Bell to his mother which describes the death of Ward Cheney, a close friend of Stokes, in a guerrilla action taking place in the islands. Aside from Stokes's friendship with Cheney, the letter is interesting for its detailed description of the type of fighting which was taking place in the Philippines at that time.

The correspondence with Barnabas Sakai is one of the more important elements of the collection. During the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905) he acted as an aid to Baron Keneko, a Japanese diplomat stationed in the United States, and his letters contain information about the events leading to the signing of the Portsmouth Treaty.

A large portion of the correspondence deals with Yale University and Yale-related matters, (Stokes's official correspondence as Secretary of Yale University is in the Yale University Archives and does not form a part of this collection.) Part II, Series I contains correspondence with three Yale presidents: Arthur Twining Hadley, James Roland Angell and A. Whitney Griswold. Many Yale professors are also represented in the addition, including Clive Day, Wilbur L. Cross, George Parmly Day, George D. Seymour, and Andrew Keogh. The correspondence with William Howard Taft, another of Stokes's Yale acquaintances, is primarily concerned with education and the League to Enforce Peace, and is limited to the years prior to and following his term as President of the United States. There are several letters from his secretary, Charles D. Norton, during the presidential years, but they are not very substantial. However, there is a copy of a letter from Taft to Woodrow Wilson (1915 May 10) offering advice during the Lusitania incident.

One of the founders of Yale-in-China, Stokes corresponded with its directors and staff including Dr. Edward H. Hume, Dr. F. O. Yen, Frederick Wells Williams and others. In Part II, Series I, Section C, there is also an extensive discussion of Yale history in the correspondence with George W. Pierson.

As president of the Phelps-Stokes Fund, Stokes also corresponded with many prominent black educators including Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, W. S. Scarborough, Robert R. Moton and Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones.

Stokes took an active part in refugee relief work. He gave special attention to the Russian refugees in Constantinople because the relief program was directed for a time by his wife's sister, Anna V. S. Mitchell. Her correspondence appears in both Part II, Series I and Series III, Section H, Russian Refugee Relief.

Part II, Series I, Section C, General Correspondence 1950-1957 M-Z, contains the correspondence of Clarence Blair Mitchell which includes an interesting discussion of the issue of McCarthyism. Mitchell, who was Stokes's brother-in-law, was a firm supporter of Senator McCarthy and made his feelings known to Stokes in this series of letters. Stokes did not agree with Mitchell and in his replies tried to modify Mitchell's point of view. In one letter, for example, Mitchell accused Henry Van Dusen of the Union Theological Seminary of having Communist connections, and Stokes in turn defended him. There is also correspondence with Van Dusen on the subject.

Also in this section, the researcher will find correspondence with Alan Paton concerning the "apartheid" policies of the South African Government and several letters from Countess Alexandra Tolstoy, of the Tolstoy Foundation, which discuss the plight of a Russian emigre.

The family correspondence is very fragmentary. The only substantial correspondence is with his father, Anson Phelps Stokes; his mother, Helen Louisa Phelps Stokes; and his three brothers Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes, James Graham Phelps Stokes and Harold Phelps Stokes.

PART II, SERIES II, JOURNALS, SPEECHES, WRITINGS, AND RESEARCH MATERIALS, consists of the journals, sermons, addresses, writings and research materials of Anson Phelps Stokes. Collectively they present Stokes's religious, political and educational views. Two items found in this addition to the papers which were missing from the main portion are the complete typescript of his unpublished book,A History of Universities, and "Family Incidents and Memories", an autobiographical memoir. There are also some materials relating to his books,Memorials of Eminent Yale MenandChurch and State in the United States. In the case ofChurch and State in the United Statesmuch of the material consists of photographs and illustrations. They have been filed in this series, rather than in PART II, SERIES IV, because of their relationship to the book.

Part II, Series III, Subject Files, complements the general correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes. Grouped by topic, the papers represent major areas of interest and concern which are in evidence through the correspondence. The subjects are:
  1. American Academy in Rome
  2. American University Union in Europe
  3. General Board of Religious Education
  4. Phelps Stokes Corporation
  5. Phelps Stokes Estates
  6. Phelps-Stokes Fund
  7. Russian Refugee Relief
  8. St. Paul's School
  9. Washington Cathedral
  10. Yale-in-China
For the most part, the papers in the subject files are memoranda, minutes and reports with some of Stokes's official correspondence. They are files maintained for his personal use and do not represent complete, official records of the organizations involved.

Part II, Series IV, Memorabilia and Photographs, consists of photograph albums, individual photographs and scrapbook material. The two photograph albums appear to be related to Stokes's trip around the world in 1896. The scrap-book material and additional miscellaneous items provide some biographical information.

Part II, Series V, Financial and Property Records, contains cancelled checks, bank statements, and checkbooks.

PART II, SERIES VI, STOKES FAMILY PAPERS, consists of one folder of Stokes family correspondence, a book,Cruising the Caribbean With a Camera, by Anson Phelps Stokes (father of APS), and some papers relating to the Americana collection of Anson Phelps Stokes, (father of APS)

Dates

  • 1761-1960
  • Majority of material found within 1892 - 1958

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

The materials are open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright status for collection materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Anson Phelps Stokes and other Stokes family members, 1942-1975. Gift of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 1994.

Arrangement

The materials are arranged in two parts and three additions.

Part I is arranged in six series and oversize materials: I. Correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes, 1892-1958. II. Journals, Speeches, Writings, and Research Materials, 1890-1958. III. Subjects Files, 1767-1958. IV. Memorabilia and Photos,1761-1958. V. Financial and Property Records, 1804-1958. VI. Stokes Family Papers, 1834-1960.

Part II is arranged in six series: I. Correspondence, 1893-1957. II. Journals, Speeches, Writings and Research Materials, 1896-1954. III. Subject files, 1911-1954. IV. Memorabilia and Photographs, 1896-1954. V. Financial and Property Records, 1923-1955. VI. Stokes Family Papers, 1900-1921.

Extent

145.25 Linear Feet (321 boxes, 4 folios)

Language of Materials

English

Catalog Record

A record for this collection is available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog

Persistent URL

https://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.0299

Overview

The papers consist of correspondence, writings, subject files, memorabilia, photographs, financial records, and other papers detailing the professional career and personal life of Anson Phelps Stokes and family members, including Olivia, Caroline and Helen Stokes. Papers relating to Anson Phelps Stokes document his work with prominent educators, reformers, religious leaders, businessmen, and politicians. Stokes's work on behalf of black education, social issues, and the Phelps-Stokes Fund are detailed. His religious activities, Yale University work, and family interests are also represented, as are Stokes's work on behalf of the Portsmouth Treaty of 1905 and the Yale-China Association. Papers relating to Helen Phelps Stokes include material relating to the Socialist Party and the National Civil Liberties Bureau.

Biographical / Historical

Anson Phelps Stokes was born April 13, 1874, at New Brighton, Staten Island, New York. He shared a name with and was the son of Anson Phelps Stokes, a wealthy New York merchant and banker, and Helen Louisa Phelps Stokes.

After graduating from St. Paul's School in 1892, Stokes entered Yale University. A member of the class of 1896, he was chairman of the Yale Daily News as an undergraduate. Stokes received a B.A. degree from Yale in 1896 and a Bachelor of Divinity degree from the Episcopal Theological School in 1900.

In 1899, at the age of twenty-five, Stokes became Secretary of Yale University under President Arthur T. Hadley. Stokes held this position for twenty-two years, during which time he was largely responsible for the establishment of the Alumni Advisory Board and was instrumental in securing substantial gifts and endowments for the University. In 1900, Anson Phelps Stokes was ordained to the deaconate in the Protestant Episcopal Church. In addition to his duties at Yale, he served at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in New Haven from 1900 to 1918. During this period he was active on numerous New Haven and Yale committees. Yale-in-China, an organization to which he was to give many years of service as a member of the executive committee, was organized in 1902 at a meeting in his home. Stokes, along with Clifford Beers, was one of the founders of the National Committee on Mental Hygiene. A founder of the Lowell House Association and the Institute of Government Research, Stokes also served on the Committee on Japanese Peace Plans. (See Series III, "Yale, the Portsmouth Treaty, and Japan.")

In 1911 the Phelps-Stoke Fund, established by the will of Caroline Phelps Stokes, was incorporated. According to the wishes of Stokes's aunt, the fund would be used for "the erection and improvement of tenement house dwellings in the city of New York for the poor families of that city…and for the education of Negroes, both in Africa and the United States, North American Indians and needy and deserving white students, through industrial school the founding of scholarships, and the erection of endowment of school buildings and chapels" (Act of Incorporation of the Phelps-Stokes Fund Trustees, 1911). Anson Phelps Stokes was an active and devoted trustee of the Fund from its inception; in 1924, he became president of the board and served in this capacity until 1946.

Stokes resigned as Secretary of Yale University in 1921 at the close of the Hadley administration. He was considered for the presidency of Yale, which went instead to James Rowland Angell. In the interim period between his resignation from Yale and his acceptance of the position at Washington Cathedral, Stokes maintained his involvement in a variety of educational boards and commissions. In addition to his work on the board of the Phelps-Stokes Fund, Stokes had been a trustee of the General Education Board since May of 1912. At the request of the War Work Council of the Y.M.C.A., Stokes had made a study of the educational needs and opportunities of the American Expeditionary Forces. After publishing his findings in 1918 as Educational Plans for the American Army Abroad, he organized the Army Educational Commission. One of the organizers of the American University Union in Europe, he served as chairman of its board of trustees from 1917 to 1919. Because of his educational work in France, Stokes received the award of Chevalier of the Legion of Honor from the French government.

Stokes's involvement in international educational projects is further evidenced by his service on the administrative board of the Institute of International Education and the Central China College Board. As for educational institutions in the United States, Stokes was deeply concerned with the welfare of St. Paul's School, where he was a member of the board of trustees, and with Hampton and Tuskegee Institutes, in whose behalf he acted as the Chairman of the Special Gifts Committee of the Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment campaign.

Because of his clerical and educational affiliations, Anson Phelps Stokes was a logical choice to assist Charles Foster Kent of Yale University in organizing the National Council on Religion in Higher Education.

In 1924 Anson Phelps Stokes accepted the post of Canon of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Washington, D.C., a position which he held until his retirement in 1939. In March, 1925, he was ordained a priest of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Stokes's skills as a fund-raiser were, as they had been at Yale, put to good use. His advice, tact, and organizational ability were responsible for securing special gifts and endowments for the National Cathedral building campaign.

During his years in Washington, Canon Stokes served on a host of committees, organizing some and chairing many. The unifying threads of this extensive committee work were three basic concerns in his life: education, social welfare, and religion.

A number of committees on which he served were directly related to his position as Canon, such as the various committees of the Chapter of Washington Cathedral, St. Monica's League, and the Diocesan Committee on Social Welfare. In addition, Stokes was the organizer and chairman of the Committee on Religious Life in the Nation's Capital.

While in Washington, Stokes was active in several charitable and welfare organizations: chairman of the Committee for the Relief of Russian Refugees in Constantinople, chairman of the board of trustees of St. Anna's Home for Aged Colored Women, president of the Family Service Association, and a member of the board of the Community Chest.

Stokes was committed to eliminating the exclusion of black people from the public and private social agencies of the nation's capital. To this end he organized the Interracial Committee of the Washington Federation of Churches, which co-ordinated the efforts of black and white churchmen in such concerns as a survey of Negro housing conditions, a study of discrimination in public theaters in Washington, and an exhibit of Negro art at the Smithsonian Institute. Stokes was also the chairman and organizer of the committee on integrating Negro churches into the Washington Federation of Churches.

One of the interests of the Phelps-Stokes Fund was low-cost housing for poor families in New York City. Anson Phelps Stokes expanded this concern into his Washington committee work, serving as president of the Washington Housing Association and as chairman of President Roosevelt's committee to plan the Alley Dwelling Authority. His efforts were directed towards the inclusion of housing for Negroes in federally funded projects. Stokes was concerned with another of the city's problems; he acted as chairman of the Citizen's Committee on Unemployment.

In the areas of education and research, Anson Phelps Stokes was a trustee of the Brookings Institution and the Booker Washington Institute of Liberia. He was chairman of the Committee on Leisure-Time Facilities for Government Employees. Stokes and the Phelps-Stokes Fund were involved in a project to compile an Encyclopedia of the Negro. W.E.B. DuBois and Guy B. Johnson were the editors; Stokes was chairman of a board of directors that included R.R. Moton, J.H. Dillard, and Benjamin Brawley. Only a preparatory volume appeared.

Due to the demands made upon his time by these extensive commitments, Stokes was forced to withdraw his participation from a number of boards. He resigned from the China Medical Board in April, 1930. In April of 1932, he resigned from the remaining Rockefeller boards of which he was a trustee: the International Education Board, the General Education Board, and the Rockefeller Foundation.

In 1939, Anson Phelps Stokes resigned from his position at Washington Cathedral to retire to Lenox, Massachusetts. There he devoted himself to two major research projects, which he had been pursuing in his spare time for many years: a history of universities and the history of church and state relations in the United States.

During the war years, Stokes was the organizer and chairman of the Committee on Negro Americans in the Defense Industry and the Committee on Africa, the War and Peace Aims. The latter committee published The Atlantic and Africa from an American Viewpoint in 1942.

In his years of retirement at Lenox, Stokes was involved in a number of conservationist efforts, among them the Stockbridge Bowl Association and the Pleasant Valley Bird and Wildflower Sanctuary in Berkshire County.

Anson Phelps Stokes's three-volume history, Church and State in the United States, was finally published by Harper and Brothers in 1950. In 1951 Stokes received the Churchman of the Year Award, followed by the Yale Medal in 1952. His book on the history of universities was never completed.

In the course of his long life, Stokes was a world traveler, beginning with a visit to the Holy Land as a young man in 1891. He traveled around the world after graduating from Yale in 1896 and toured the Far East in 1920. Nine years later, Stokes visited South America; during 1932 and 1933 he was Visiting Carnegie Lecturer to the Universities of the Union of South Africa. One result of the African tour was the Report of Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes on Education, Native Welfare, and Race Relations in East and South Africa, published by the Carnegie Corporation in 1934.

Anson Phelps Stokes was married to Carol Green Mitchell in December 1903. They had two sons, Anson Phelps Stokes and Isaac Newton Phelps Stokes, and one daughter, Olivia E. Phelps Stokes, who became Mrs. John D. Hatch. Anson Phelps Stokes died August 13, 1958, at the age of eighty-four.

For a list of published writings by Anson Phelps Stokes, see the bibliography compiled by Stokes (refer to his statement in the Description of the Papers). A list of writings on the Negro and race relations and a complete listing of committee and boards of which Stokes was a member follows this biographical sketch. Additional biographical information may be found in Series IV (box 207, folder 150), which contains "Anson Phelps Stokes's Services to the Phelps-Stokes Fund (1946)" and the Yale University News Bureau release on the event of Stokes's death.

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List of Committees and Boards, A.P.S., 1892-1942 (Made at request of C.M.P.S.)

I. Yale Undergraduate and Theological School Days
  1. Yale Daily News Chairman
  2. Yale Cooperative Corporation
  3. Yale Debating Team Against Harvard
  4. Yale Junior Promenade Committee Floor Manager
  5. Yale Civil Service Reform Association Organizer and President
  6. Board of Directors, Y.M.C.A., and Board of Deacons
  7. Bible Study Committee of Y.M.C.A. Chairman
  8. Yale Alumni Fund Class Agent
  9. Mount Hermon School Board
  10. Wellesley College Trustees
  11. Committee on Commons (E.T.S.) Chairman
  12. Missionary Society (E.T.S.) President
II. Early Years in New Haven as Secretary of Yale
  1. Yale Corporation Secretary
  2. University Council Secretary
  3. Alumni Advisory Board Secretary
  4. Prudential Committee of Yale Corporation Secretary
  5. Alumni University Day Proposer, Organizer, and always Chairman or Secretary of Committee in charge
  6. Y.M.C.A. Debt Campaign Vice Chairman
  7. Yale-in-China (organized in house) Chairman Executive Committee; Chairman
  8. Lowell House Association (organized at house)
  9. Yale Bicentennial Committee Secretary
  10. Phelps-Stokes Fund Secretary, Chairman
  11. Phelps-Stokes Fund, Education Committee Chairman
  12. Yale Athletic Committee
  13. New Haven Hospital Board
  14. Board of Trustees of New Haven Dispensary
  15. Committee on Mental Hygiene (first Society organized in our house, and presided at the first meeting of National Committee)
  16. Trustees of the Hillhouse Property
  17. Russell Trust Association, Committee on New Building
  18. New Haven Organized Charities
  19. Committee on Civil War Memorial Secretary
  20. Committee on Japanese Peace Plans Professors Williams, Wolsey, and self
  21. International Committee of Y.M.C.A.
  22. Committee on the Yale Bowl
  23. Institute of Government Research one of group of three founders, others being Charles Norton and Jerome Greene
  24. Committee on the War and the Religious Outlook
III. Later Years in New Haven
  1. Committee on Yale Pageant Secretary
  2. Yale University Press, Committee on Publications Secretary
  3. Committee on Yale University Endowment Organizer and Agent
  4. Committee on University Memorials Secretary
  5. Committee on Plan for University Development (Reorganization) Secretary
  6. Conference Committee on Yale and New Haven
  7. Committee on Protection of Yale Name
  8. University Committee on Educational Policy Secretary
  9. Committee on Inauguration of President Angell Chairman
IV. Two Years Study After Leaving New Haven
  1. Ascension Farm School
  2. National Council on Religion in Higher Education assisted Professor Kent in organizing, and offered Chairmanship
  3. Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Campaign Chairman Special Gifts Committee
  4. International Education Board
  5. General Education Board
  6. Rockefeller Foundation
  7. China Medical Board (Brief Period)
  8. American University Union in Europe Organizer and Chairman
  9. Institute of International Education Chairman
  10. American Academy in Rome
  11. Central China College Board
  12. Educational Commission of Y.M.C.A. A.E.F. Organizer
  13. Tuskegee Institute Declined Chairmanship
  14. Trustees of St. Paul's School
  15. Board of Religious Education of the Episcopal Church
  16. Phelps Stokes Estates and Corporation
V. Washington Days

Chapter of Washington Cathedral
  1. Committee on St. Albans School Chairman
  2. Library Committee Chairman
  3. Washington Cathedral Endowment Committee Vice Chairman
  4. Committee on Girl's School Secretary
  5. Committee on the Massing of the Colors Service Chairman
  6. College of Preachers Committee Secretary
Miscellaneous
  1. St. Anna's Home Chairman
  2. Washington Interracial Committee Organizer and Chairman
  3. Washington Housing Association Chairman
  4. Board Appointed by the President to Determine Form of Alley Dwelling Authority Chairman
  5. Diocesan Committee on Social Welfare Chairman
  6. Diocesan Committee on the Maryland Vestry Act
  7. Committee on Diocesan-Wide Mission Chairman
  8. Committee on Leisure Time Facilities for Government Employees Chairman
  9. Committee for the Relief of Russian Refugees in Constantinople Chairman
  10. Committee to Save St. Stephen's Church Chairman
  11. Citizens Committee on Unemployment Chairman
  12. Encyclopaedia of the Negro Organizer and Chairman
  13. Federation of Churches Board Declined Chairmanship
  14. Committee on Negro Representation on the Washington Federation of Churches
  15. Committee on Christian Unity and Associate Delegate Oxford Conference
  16. St. Monica's League Chairman
  17. Board of Sponsors of Episcopal Eye Ear and Throat Hospital
  18. Committee on Northwest Settlement one of organizers
  19. Community Chest Board
  20. Committee on Relations of the Hospital to the Community Chest Chairman
  21. Advisory Board of District of Columbia Board of Health
  22. Committee on Religious Life in the Nation's Capital Organizer and Chairman
  23. Brookings Institution Trustees, and Executive Committee
  24. Booker Washington Institute in Kakata, Liberia
  25. Advisory Committee on Education in Liberia Vice Chairman
  26. Committee on the Marian Anderson Episode Advisor and Representative before D.A.R.
  27. Committee on the Cathedral and the Washington Bicentennial Chairman
VI. Later Years Lenox and New York
  1. Lenox Library Board
  2. Pleasant Valley Bird and Wild Flower Sanctuary Chairman
  3. Vestry of Trinity Church
  4. Committee on Yale University History
  5. Episcopal Committee on European Refugees
  6. Committee on the Negro American in Defense Industries Chairman
  7. Committee on Africa, the War, and Peace Aims Chairman

Appendix I: Select List of Correspondents for Part I

Key to Series I, "Correspondence of Anson Phelps Stokes." While the correspondence of certain major individuals appears under their name, most of the correspondence is in folders with a general alphabetical designation only. This list gives the researcher an idea of whose correspondence might appear, for example, in a listing such as "Ca-Cg, 1930 Jan 1 - 1939 Dec 31."

In addition, the organization or institution which a given individual represents is indicated alongside the name. This can be of assistance in two ways. First, an individual name which does happen to appear in the folder listings, such as Thomas Jesse Jones, may be identified by means of the list as the director of the Phelps-Stokes Fund. Second, a researcher looking for the correspondence of a given organization or project can use this information in Appendix I to discover which correspondents are of interest.

A note of caution should be added here on the limitations of the list. No attempt was made to indicate every person who corresponded with Anson Phelps Stokes. Some individuals who do appear on the list have not been identified as to organization, institution, or position, for a variety of reasons: they did not represent an institution, they had retired, the name of their employer was not deemed significant, their name needed no identification to the general public, and so forth. Individuals on the list are identified according to the capacity in which they corresponded with Anson Phelps Stokes. George Wharton Pepper, for a time U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, is identified with Washington Cathedral, since his correspondence with Anson Phelps Stokes is oriented towards his role as Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Cathedral rather than towards his political activities.

In general, Stokes's basic filing system was maintained. In some cases, correspondence was filed under the name of the organization or institution as well as under the names of individuals. This was usually material of a general nature newsletters, bulletins, etc. which did not emanate from major officials or their offices. For this reason, the names of organizations occasionally appear on the list in addition to the names of officials within the organizations.

SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1892 - 1921
  1. Angell, James Rowland --- President of Yale University
  2. American University Union
  3. Beers, Clifford --- National Committee for Mental Hygiene
  4. Bingham, Hiram
  5. Bliss, Frederick Jones
  6. Brent, The Rt. Rev. Charles H. --- Bishop of Western New York
  7. Buttrick, Wallace --- General Education Board
  8. Capen, Samuel P. --- American Council on Education
  9. Cavert, Samuel McCrea --- Committee on the War and the Religious Outlook, Federal Council of Churches
  10. Coffin, Henry Sloane
  11. Coit, J.H. --- Alumni Association of St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H.
  12. Cunliffe, J.W. --- American University Union
  13. Day, George Parmly
  14. Dodge, Cleveland H. --- Robert College at Constantinople
  15. Drury, Dr. Samuel --- St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H.
  16. Duggan, Stephen P. --- Institute of International Education
  17. Farnam, Henry W. --- China Famine Fund
  18. Farrand, Max --- The Commonwealth Fund
  19. Flexner, Dr. Abraham --- General Education Board
  20. Grenfell, Dr. Wilfred T. --- Labrador
  21. Hadley, Arthur Twining --- President of Yale University
  22. Howland, Charles P.
  23. James, Dr. Walter B. --- Trudeau Sanatorium
  24. Keogh, Andrew --- Librarian of Yale University
  25. Krans, Horatio S. --- American University Union
  26. Lobenstine, Ed --- China Continuation Committee of the National Missionary Conference
  27. Macfarland, Charles S. --- General Secretary of the Federal Council of Churches
  28. McCulloch, James W. --- Phelps-Stokes Estates
  29. Mitchell, Clarence Blair
  30. Moton, Robert R. --- Tuskegee Institute
  31. Nettleton, George H. --- American University Union
  32. Oldham, J.H. --- Emergency Committee of Co-Operating Missions
  33. Parsons, The Rt. Rev. Edward L. --- Bishop Coadjutor of California
  34. Peabody, George Foster --- re: study of African music
  35. Reid, Gilbert --- International Institute of China
  36. Rockefeller, John D. Jr.
  37. Roosevelt, Theodore
  38. St. Paul's School
  39. Sakai, Barnabas T.
  40. Seymour, George Dudley
  41. Sloane, John --- Y.M.C.A.
  42. Staub, Albert W. --- American University of Beirut
  43. Taft, William Howard
  44. Thorne, Samuel
  45. Thurston, Matilda C. --- President of Ginling College, Nanking, China
  46. Vickrey, Charles V. --- Near East Relief
  47. Welsh, Lewis S.
  48. Whittemore, Oscar M.
  49. Woofter, T.J. Jr. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1922-1930 May 31
  1. Acheson, Barclay --- Near East Relief
  2. Ackerman, Carl W.
  3. Adee, George T.
  4. Adler, Cyrus --- American Jewish Committee
  5. Aery, William Anthony --- Hampton Institute
  6. Aggrey, J.E.K.
  7. Aggrey, Mrs. Rose D.
  8. Alderman, Edwin A. --- President of the University of Virginia
  9. Alexander, Eugene D. --- Alumni Association of St. Paul's School
  10. Alexander, Will W. --- Director of the Commission on Inter-Racial Co-Operation
  11. American Red Cross
  12. American Relief Administration
  13. American University at Cairo
  14. Ames, J.S. --- President of Johns Hopkins University
  15. Andrews, C.F. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund (India)
  16. Anet, Henri --- Bureau des Missions Protestantes du Congo Belge
  17. Angell, James Rowland --- President of Yale University
  18. Angier, Roswell P. --- Dean of Freshmen, Yale University
  19. Anthony, B.K. --- Yale-in-China
  20. Appleget, Thomas B. --- Laura-Spelman Rockefeller Fund
  21. Archer, Laird W. --- Near East Relief
  22. Armitage, Clyde F. --- Near East Relief
  23. Arnett, Trevor --- General Education Board
  24. Arnold, Lauren --- Yale-in-China
  25. Arthur, George R. --- Julius Rosenwald Fund
  26. Ascension Farm School
  27. Associated Charities of Washington, D.C.
  28. Atkins, S.G. --- Winston-Salem Teachers' College
  29. Austin, Chellis A. --- President of the Seaboard National Bank
  30. Bachman, Frank P. --- General Education Board
  31. Baker, George Barr --- American Relief Administration
  32. Bakewell, Charles M. --- Yale University; Chairman of the Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  33. Baldwin, William H. --- National Cathedral Foundation
  34. Barton, James L. --- American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
  35. Baskervill, The Rev. E.L. --- Archdeacon for Work among the Negroes, Diocese of North Carolina
  36. Battey, Cornelius M. --- Tuskegee Institute (photography)
  37. Beers, Clifford W. --- National Committee for Mental Hygiene
  38. Behringer, Emma P. --- Personal Accounts, Phelps-Stokes Estates
  39. Belknap, Chauncey --- China Medical Board
  40. Berry, Gordon L. --- Institute of International Education
  41. Bethune, Mary McLeod --- President of Bethune-Cookman College
  42. Bevis, Palmer --- Yale-in-China
  43. Bicknell, Col. Ernest P. --- Vice-Chairman, American National Red Cross re: Russian refugee relief
  44. Bingham, Dr. Arthur W. --- Williard Parker Hospital, N.Y.C.
  45. Bingham, Hiram --- Lt. Governor of Connecticut; U.S. Senate
  46. Bird, Charles S. Jr. --- Russian Refugee Relief Society
  47. Boardman, Mabel T. --- Secretary of the American Red Cross
  48. Bohanon, The Very Rev. Franklin J. --- Washington Cathedral
  49. Bouimistrow, Wladimir W. --- Russian Refugee Relief Society
  50. Branch, Dr. J.B. --- Peking Union Medical College
  51. Brawley, Benjamin --- The Home Mission College Review
  52. Bratenahl, The Very Rev. G.C.F. --- Washington Cathedral
  53. Brent, The Rt. Rev. Charles H. --- Bishop of Western New York; American Church Institute for Negroes
  54. Brierley, W.W. --- International Education Board; General Education Board
  55. Bristol, Rear Admiral Mark L. --- American Hospital of Constantinople
  56. Brookings, Robert S. --- Institute of Economics, Washington, D.C.
  57. Brown, Charles R. --- Dean of Yale Divinity School
  58. Brown, Elmer E. --- Chancellor of New York University
  59. Brown, Harry W. Jr. --- National Cathedral Association
  60. Brown, John Crosby --- Yale-in-China Campaign
  61. Brown, William Adams --- Union Theological Seminary
  62. Burroughs, Nannie H. --- National Training School for Women and Girls
  63. Butler, Nicholas Murray --- President of Columbia University; President of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  64. Buttrick, Wallace --- General Education Board
  65. Caldwell, R.J. --- Russian refugee relief
  66. Campbell, E. Fay --- Yale University Christian Association
  67. Campbell, T.M. --- U.S. Department of Agriculture, Tuskegee, Alabama
  68. Carter, Edward C. --- American Council Institute of Pacific Relations
  69. Carter, William H. --- Tuskegee Institute
  70. Carter, William S. --- The Rockefeller Foundation
  71. Capen, Samuel P. --- American Council on Education
  72. Castle, William R. --- Assistant Secretary of State
  73. The Century Club
  74. Cholerton, F.E. --- Advisory Committee on Education, Phelps-Stokes Fund in Liberia
  75. Chorley, Kenneth --- re: Russian refugee relief
  76. Coffin, Henry Sloane --- President of Union Theological Seminary
  77. Colgate, Russell
  78. Colladay, The Very Rev. Samuel R. --- Christ Church Cathedral, Hartford, Ct.
  79. Colton, E.T. --- International Committee of the Y.M.C.A.
  80. The Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  81. Cooper, William Knowles
  82. Cromwell, Mary E. --- St. Anna's Home
  83. Cross, Wilbur --- Dean of Yale University Graduate School
  84. Cunliffe, J.W. --- American University Union
  85. Darby, William L. --- Washington Federation of Churches
  86. Darst, The Rt. Rev. Thomas C. --- National Commission on Evangelism, The Bishops' Crusade
  87. Davies, The Rt. Rev. Thomas F. --- Bishop of Western Massachusetts
  88. Davis, Arthur V. --- Yale-in-China
  89. Davis, Major Claflin --- Russian refugee relief
  90. Davis, Jackson --- General Education Board
  91. Day, Clive --- Yale Professor of Economic History
  92. Day, George Parmly --- Yale University Press; Treasurer of Yale University
  93. Dayton, Arthur Bliss --- Dean of Yale Medical School, Yale-in-China
  94. Delafield, Frederick S.
  95. Delano, Frederic A. --- Chairman, Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund; Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  96. Denison, Robert C. --- Pomona College
  97. DeSilver, Albert --- American Civil Liberties Union
  98. Devine, Edward T. --- Dean of the Graduate School, American University
  99. Dillard, James H. --- General Education Board; Slater Fund; Phelps-Stokes Fund Board
  100. Dodge, Cleveland E. --- Laura-Spelman Rockefeller Fund Board
  101. Donohugh, Thomas S. --- Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church
  102. Dowd, Rachel A. --- Yale-in-China
  103. Drury, Dr. Samuel --- St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H.
  104. DuBois, W.E.B. --- re: Thomas Jesse Jones and the Phelps-Stokes Fund
  105. Duggan, Stephen P. --- Institute of International Education
  106. Dulles, Allen W. --- Chief of the Division of Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. State Department
  107. Durkee, J. Stanley --- President of Howard University
  108. Eastman, George --- Eastman Kodak Company
  109. Edwards, R.H. --- The National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  110. Eggleston, Margery F. --- China Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation
  111. Eliot, Charles William --- President of Harvard University
  112. Embree, Edwin R. --- The Julius Rosenwald Fund; The Rockefeller Foundation
  113. Emhardt, The Rev. William Chauncey --- National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  114. Evans, Henry R. --- Bureau of Education, Department of the Interior
  115. Farnam, Henry W.
  116. Farnam, Thomas W. --- Associate Treasurer and Comptroller, Yale University
  117. Farrand, Max --- Yale University
  118. Federal Council of Churches
  119. Fisher, Samuel H. --- Yale-in-China
  120. Flexner, Dr. Abraham --- General Education Board
  121. Flint, Joseph M.
  122. Foote, Arthur E. --- U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  123. Ford, Henry
  124. Foreman, Clark --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  125. Fosdick, Raymond B. --- General Education Board; Rockefeller Foundation
  126. Fraser, A.C. --- Achimota College, Gold Coast
  127. Furst, Clyde --- The Carnegie Foundation
  128. Gammack, The Rev. Arthur
  129. Gibson, B.D. --- International Missionary Council
  130. Gildersleeve, Virginia C. --- President of Barnard College
  131. Goetchius, John M. --- St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H.
  132. Gollock, G.A. ---International Review of Missions; Educational Commission to E. Africa of the Phelps-Stokes Fund
  133. Goodrich, Chauncey W. --- Federal Council of Churches
  134. Grant, U.S. III --- National Capital Park and Planning Commission
  135. Greene, Roger S. --- China Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation
  136. Gregg, James E. --- Principal of Hampton Institute
  137. Griggs, Maitland F.
  138. Griswold, The Rev. Latta --- Trinity Church, Lenox, Mass.
  139. Grosvenor, Gilbert --- National Geographic Society
  140. Guggisberg, Sir Gordon --- Governor of the Gold Coast
  141. Gulick, Sidney L. --- Federal Council of Churches
  142. Hadley, Arthur T. --- Former President of Yale University
  143. Hail, William J. --- Yale-in-China
  144. Hammond, D.Q. --- John Price Jones Corporation; Hampton Institute; Tuskegee Institute
  145. Hare, Charles W. --- Tuskegee Institute
  146. Hart, Charles D. --- St. Paul's School
  147. Harvey, Edwin D. --- Yale-in-China
  148. Haskell, Henry S. --- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  149. Haynes, George E. --- Federal Council of Churches
  150. Holsey, Albon L. --- National Negro Business League
  151. Holt, Hamilton --- President of Rollins College, Fla.
  152. Hoover, Herbert --- U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  153. Howard, Sir Esme --- British Ambassador to the U.S.
  154. Howe, Walter B. --- Yale Endowment Fund
  155. Howland, Charles P. --- General Education Board; Rockefeller Foundation; Council on Foreign Relations
  156. Hume, Dr. Edward H. --- President of Yale-in-China
  157. Husband, W.W. --- Second Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Labor
  158. Hutcheson, Major General Grote --- National Cathedral Foundation
  159. Hutchins, Francis S. --- Treasurer of Yale-in-China
  160. Hutchinson, C.A. --- Tuskegee Institute
  161. Hyman, Joseph C. --- American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee re: Russian refugee relief
  162. Ignatieff, Count Paul N. --- Russian Red Cross
  163. Ihlder, John --- Pittsburgh Housing Association
  164. Ingersoll, Charles E. --- St. Paul's School
  165. Jackson, W.M. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  166. James, Arthur Curtiss
  167. Jameson, J. Franklin ---The American Historical Review
  168. Jennings, Coleman
  169. John Price Jones Corporation
  170. Johnson, Allen ---Dictionary of American Biography
  171. Johnson, Homer H. --- Yale-in-China
  172. Johnson, James Weldon --- N.A.A.C.P.
  173. Johnson, Mordecai W. --- President of Howard University
  174. Johnson, Major T.F. --- Assistant High Commissioner for Refugees, League of Nations
  175. Jones, Frederick S. --- Dean of Yale College
  176. Jones, Dr. Thomas E. --- President of Fisk University
  177. Jones, Dr. Thomas Jesse --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  178. Jones, William H. --- Howard University
  179. Keigwin, H.S. --- Director of Native Development, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia
  180. Kelsey, Clarence H. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  181. Kent, Charles F. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  182. Keogh, Andrew --- Librarian, Yale University
  183. Keppel, Frederick P. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  184. Ketcham, George F. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  185. Klots, Allen T.
  186. Konovaloff, Alexandre --- Russian Zemstvos and Towns Relief Committee
  187. Krans, Horatio S. --- American University Union
  188. Kreuger, J.W. --- American Relief Administration re: Russian refugee relief
  189. Lansill, John --- John Price Jones Corporation; Peabody Education Program; Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  190. Laura Spelman Rockefeller Foundation
  191. Leavens, Dickson H. --- Yale-in-China, Treasurer
  192. Leigh, Robert D. --- President of Bennington College
  193. Lewis, Edwin N. --- National Cathedral Foundation
  194. Lewis, William Mather --- President of George Washington University
  195. Lindley, Grace --- Woman's Auxiliary of the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  196. Lines, The Rt. Rev. Edwin S. --- Bishop of Newark, N.J.
  197. Lloyd, Elizabeth --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  198. Lobenstine, The Rev. E.C. --- National Christian Council of China
  199. Loram, Dr. C.T. --- Education Commission to East Africa, Phelps-Stokes Fund
  200. MacGrath, R. --- Russian Refugee Relief Society
  201. MacKenzie, W. Douglas --- President of the Hartford Seminary Foundation
  202. MacLean, George E. --- Director, British Division of the American University Union
  203. Makanya, Violet
  204. Mann, Charles R. --- American Council on Education
  205. Manning, The Rt. Rev. William Thomas --- Bishop of New York
  206. Martine, E. --- Secretary of the Finance Committee, Tuskegee Institute
  207. Marvin, Cloyd H. --- President of George Washington University
  208. Mason, Max --- Rockefeller Foundation
  209. Maxwell, George L. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  210. McClenahan, Robert S. --- President of American University, Cairo, Egypt
  211. McCormick, Robert R. ---The Chicago Tribune
  212. McCormick, Vance
  213. McCulloch, James W. --- Phelps-Stokes Estates, finances
  214. McFarland, Ross A. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  215. Meeks, Everett Victor --- Professor of Architecture, School of Fine Arts, Yale University
  216. Mellon, Andrew W. --- U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
  217. Mendell, Clarence W. --- Dean of Yale College
  218. Meriam, Lewis --- Survey of Indian Affairs
  219. Mitchell, Anna V.S. --- Russian Refugee Relief Society
  220. Mitchell, Clarence B.
  221. Mitchell, Clarence V.S.
  222. Moton, Robert R. --- Principal of Tuskegee Institute
  223. Mott, John R. --- Y.M.C.A.: International Missionary Council
  224. Murray, Wilfrid G.R. --- Registrar, University of Cape Town
  225. Myers, George Hewitt --- re: Berea
  226. Nansen, Fridtjof --- High Commissioner of Refugees of the League of Nations
  227. National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  228. Naylor, Irene M.A. --- Educational Commission to East Africa, Phelps-Stokes Fund
  229. Nettleton, George H. --- American University Union; Yale University
  230. Newbold, N.C. --- State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Raleigh, N.C.
  231. Nicholson, A.W. --- Bettis Academy, South Carolina
  232. Nicholson, Ralph --- National Cathedral Foundation
  233. Noland, Charlotte H. --- Foxcroft School, Virginia
  234. Noyes, Newbold ---The Evening Star,Washington, D.C.
  235. Oldham, J.H. --- International Missionary Council
  236. Olds, Marshall --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund; Peabody Educational Program
  237. Olive, V.S. --- Russian refugee relief
  238. Osborn, Minott --- United Hospital Fund of New York; Fiscal Service Corporation
  239. Outhwaite, Leonard --- Laura-Spelman Rockefeller Memorial
  240. Palmer, Archie --- Institute of International Education
  241. Paton, William --- International Missionary Council
  242. Patton, The Rev. Robert W. --- American Church Institute for Negroes
  243. Payne, Bruce R. --- George Peabody College for Teachers
  244. Payne, John Barton --- American Red Cross
  245. Peabody, George Foster
  246. Pearce, Dr. Richard M. --- China Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation
  247. Perry, The Rt. Rev. James DeWolf --- Bishop of Rhode Island
  248. Pepper, George Wharton --- Washington Cathedral Foundation
  249. Peter, The Rev. G. Freeland --- Washington Cathedral
  250. Phenix, George C. --- Hampton Institute
  251. Pickens, William --- N.A.A.C.P.
  252. Poland, William --- American Relief Administration
  253. Pritchett, Henry S. --- President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  254. Purrington, William A. --- re: repeal of Prohibition
  255. Purves, Robert Ogden --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  256. Rammelkamp, Dr. C.H. --- President of Illinois College
  257. Rand, E.K. --- Mediaeval Academy of America
  258. Redfield, Humphrey D. --- National Cathedral Association
  259. Rhinelander, The Rt. Rev. Philip --- National Cathedral Foundation; Washington Cathedral
  260. Richards, Charles R. --- General Education Board
  261. Ringland, Arthur C. --- American Relief Administration
  262. Roberts, Louisa S. --- Washington Council of Social Agencies
  263. Robertson, David A. --- American Council on Education
  264. Rockefeller, John D. Jr.
  265. Rogers, Henry Wade
  266. Rogers, James Gamble
  267. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
  268. Root, Elihu
  269. Root, Mrs. Oren --- William Holland Wilmer Foundation
  270. Rose, Dr. Wickliffe --- General Education Board
  271. Rose, William J. --- Y.M.C.A. of Poland
  272. Rosenwald, Julius --- Sears, Roebuck and Company
  273. Rowe, L.S. --- Pan-American Union
  274. Roy, L.A. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  275. Ruggles, Alma L.H. --- Russian refugee relief
  276. Ruml, Dr. Beardsley --- Laura-Spelman Rockefeller Foundation
  277. Russell, James S. --- St. Paul Normal and Industrial School
  278. Russell, William F. --- International Institute of Education
  279. Sage, E.C. --- General Education Board
  280. St. Anna's Church Home
  281. Sakai, Barnabas T.
  282. Sanders, Everett --- Secretary to the President of the U.S.
  283. Schieffelin, William Jay --- Schieffelin and Company; Trustee of Hampton and Tuskegee Institutes
  284. Schley, Reeve --- Vice President of the Chase National Bank; St. Paul's School
  285. Scott, Emmett J. --- Secretary-Treasurer of Howard University
  286. Scoville, William H. --- Secretary of Hampton Institute
  287. Sedgwick, Ellery --- Editor of the Atlantic Monthly
  288. Seymour, George Dudley
  289. Shattuck, Dr. Frederick C. --- St. Paul's School
  290. Shaw, Gardiner Howland --- Division of Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. Department of State
  291. Sheldon, James
  292. Sibley, James L. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund, Liberia
  293. Simpson, R.H. --- American University Union in Europe
  294. Slade, Francis Louis --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  295. Smith, Harvey Baker --- Washington Federation of Churches
  296. Smith, William P. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  297. Staub, Albert W. --- Fund for Near Eastern Colleges
  298. Stern, Alfred K. --- Director of the Julius Rosenwald Fund
  299. Stewart, The Rev. George Craig
  300. Stewart, The Rev. George Jr.
  301. Stimson, Henry L. --- U.S. Secretary of State
  302. Stone, Harlan F. --- U.S. Supreme Court
  303. Stowe, Beecher --- Doubleday, Doran and Company re: biography of James H. Dillard
  304. Swift, Ernest J. --- The American Red Cross
  305. Sze, Sao-Ke Alfred --- Chinese Ambassador to the U.S.
  306. Taft, William Howard
  307. Taylor, R.R. --- Tuskegee Institute
  308. Taylor, William B. --- The American Red Cross
  309. Terrell, Mary Church
  310. Thompson, Henry B. --- American University Union
  311. Thompson, Norma S. --- The Rockefeller Foundation
  312. Thorn, Charlotte R. --- Calhoun Colored School, Calhoun, Ala.
  313. Thorne, S. Brinckerhoff
  314. Thorne, Samuel
  315. Thwing, Charles F. --- President of Western Reserve University
  316. Thurston, Matilda C. --- Ginling College, Nanking, China
  317. Tigert, John J. --- U.S. Commissioner of Education
  318. Tobias, C.H. --- National Council of the Y.M.C.A.
  319. Tompkins, Ethel H. --- Secretary's Office, Yale University
  320. Treadwell, Abbot --- St. Paul's School
  321. Trudeau, Dr. Francis B. --- Trudeau Sanatorium
  322. Turner, Fennel P. --- Foreign Missions Conference
  323. Ufford, Walter S. --- The Associated Charities of Washington, D.C.
  324. Van Santvoord, George --- The Hotchkiss School
  325. Vickrey, Charles V. --- Near East Relief
  326. Vincent, George E. --- The Rockefeller Foundation
  327. Vreeland, Herbert H. --- Yale-in-China
  328. Waggaman, Major Ennalls --- St. Anna's Church Home
  329. Waite, Mary L. --- Institute of International Education
  330. Wallace, The Rev. E.W. --- Committee for Christian Colleges in China
  331. Warburg, Paul M. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  332. Wardwell, Allen --- Russian refugee relief
  333. Warnshuis, A.L. --- International Missionary Council
  334. Warren, M. Frances --- Washington Council of Social Agencies
  335. Washburn, Dr. Henry B. --- Dean of the Episcopal Theological School
  336. Washington, Mrs. Booker T. --- Tuskegee Institute
  337. Wheeler, W. Reginald --- The Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church
  338. White, Francis --- Assistant Secretary of State
  339. White, Henry
  340. White, Walter --- N.A.A.C.P.
  341. Whittemore, Thomas --- Committee for the Education of Russian Youth in Exile
  342. Williams, F. Wells --- Yale-in-China
  343. Wiren, Alexis R. --- Russian Student Fund, Inc.
  344. Wood, John Wilson --- National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  345. Wood, L. Hollingsworth
  346. Woods, Arthur --- Laura-Spelman Rockefeller Foundation
  347. Woodson, Carter G. --- The Journal of Negro History
  348. Work, Monroe N. --- Tuskegee Institute; Editor of the Negro Year Book
  349. Wyckoff, J. Edwards --- Butler, Wyckoff and Reid
  350. Yen, Dr. F. C. --- Dean of the Medical School, Yale-in-China
  351. Yen, Y.C. James --- Chinese National Association of the Mass Education Movement
  352. Zwerner, L. --- Assistant High Commissioner for Refugees, League of Nations
SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1930 Jun 1 - 1939 Dec 31
  1. Acheson, Dean
  2. The Afro-American
  3. Aldrich, Malcolm P. --- Harkness Foundation
  4. Alexander, Dr. Will W. --- Commission on Inter-Racial Co-operation
  5. Allen, George E. --- Commissioner of the District of Columbia
  6. American Peace Society
  7. American Red Cross
  8. Andrews, C.F. --- India
  9. Anet, Henri --- Bureau des Missions Protestantes du Congo Belge
  10. Angell, James Rowland --- President of Yale University
  11. Archdall, The Rev. H.K. --- Kings College, Auckland, New Zealand
  12. Arnett, Trevor --- General Education Board
  13. Arnold, Lauren --- Yale-in-China
  14. Asakawa, K. --- Yale University
  15. Associated Charities of Washington, D.C.
  16. Ballantine, Arthur A. --- Undersecretary of the Treasury
  17. Ballou, Frank --- Superintendent of Schools, Washington, D.C.
  18. Barclay, Edwin J. --- President of Liberia
  19. Baskervill, The Rev. E.L.
  20. Bartlett, The Very Rev. George G. --- Dean of Philadelphia Divinity School
  21. Bates, Sanford --- Director of the Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice
  22. Baynes-Jones, Dr. S. --- Trumbull College of Yale University
  23. Beers, Clifford W. --- National Committee for Mental Hygiene
  24. Bell, Dr. Bernard I. --- St. Stephen's College
  25. Berry, G.L. --- American University Union
  26. The Berry Schools --- Mt. Berry, Georgia
  27. Bevis, Palmer --- Yale-in-China
  28. Bingham, Hiram --- U.S. Senate; National Aeronautic Association
  29. Bliss, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Woods --- U.S. Ambassador to the Argentine
  30. Boardman, Mabel T. --- Secretary of the American Red Cross
  31. Bowles, C.W. --- Master of Rhodes University College, South Africa
  32. Bowman, Dr. Isaiah --- President of Johns Hopkins University
  33. Bradley, Fontaine C. --- Covington, Burling, and Rublee
  34. Bratenahl, The Very Rev. G.C.F. --- Washington Cathedral
  35. Bratenahl, Mrs. G.C.F.
  36. Brawley, Benjamin --- Howard University
  37. Breen, Margaret J. --- Phelps-Stokes Corporation
  38. Brierley, W.W. --- International Education Board; General Education Board
  39. Bristol, Rear Admiral Mark L. --- The American Hospital of Istanbul
  40. Brookes, Edgar H. --- South African Institute of Race Relations; Principal of Amanzimtoti Institute
  41. Brooks, Philip ---New York Times Book Review
  42. Brooks, The Rev. Robert W. --- Lincoln Congregational Temple, Washington, D.C.
  43. Brookings, Robert S.
  44. Brookings, Isabel V. (Mrs. Robert S.)
  45. Brown, Elmer E. --- Chancellor of New York University
  46. Brown, Harry W. Jr. --- Washington Cathedral Campaign
  47. Brown, Dr. William Adams --- Dean of Union Theological Seminary
  48. Brown, Helen Gilman (Mrs. William Adams) --- Chairwoman of the National Women's Committee for Washington Cathedral
  49. Bullitt, William C. --- U.S. Ambassador to the U.S.S.R.
  50. Bunche, Ralph J.
  51. Burke, Edward R. --- U.S. Senate
  52. Burroughs, Nannie H. --- The National Training School for Women and Girls
  53. Buttenheim, Harold --- Citizens' Housing Council of New York
  54. Caldwell, Robert J. --- Russian Refugee Relief Society
  55. Caliver, Dr. Ambrose --- Senior Specialist in the Education of Negroes, U.S. Department of the Interior
  56. Call, Arthur Deerin --- American Peace Society
  57. Campbell, E. Fay --- Secretary of Yale-in-China
  58. Cartwright, Dr. Morse A. --- American Association for Adult Education
  59. Carver, George Washington --- Tuskegee Institute
  60. Castle, William R. --- Undersecretary of State
  61. Cayton, Judge Nathan --- Municipal Court of the District of Columbia
  62. Central China College (Hua Chung)
  63. The Century Club
  64. Chase, Canon William Sheafe --- International Reform Federation
  65. Childs, The Rev. Gladwyn Murray --- Currie Institute re: study of Bantu kinship and character
  66. Chisholm, Frank C. --- Tuskegee Institute
  67. Clas, A.R. --- Director of Housing, Federal Emergency Administration
  68. Clegg, Ernest --- cartographer
  69. Clinchy, Dr. Everett R. --- National Conference of Christians and Jews
  70. Cobb, James A. --- Municipal Court of the District of Columbia
  71. Coffin, Henry Sloane --- President of Union Theological Seminary
  72. Coffman, H.C. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  73. Collins, Ross A. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  74. The Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  75. Connely, Williard --- American University Union
  76. Cook, The Rt. Rev. Philip --- President of the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  77. Cooley, Rossa B. --- Penn Normal Industrial and Agricultural School, S.C.
  78. The Cosmos Club
  79. Cowling, Donald J. --- Carleton College
  80. Cranston, Ruth --- Organizing Committee of the World Foundation
  81. Cromwell, Mary E. --- St. Anna's Church Home
  82. Cross, W. Redmond
  83. Cross, Wilbur --- Governor of Connecticut
  84. Curran, The Rev. D. Wellington --- Executive Council of the Diocese of Washington
  85. Darby, Dr. William L. --- Washington Federation of Churches
  86. Davis, J. Merle --- International Missionary Council
  87. Davis, Jackson --- General Education Board
  88. Davis, John P. --- Joint Committee on National Recovery
  89. Davis, Robert --- Baltimore Federation of Churches
  90. Day, Edmond S. --- Rockefeller Foundation
  91. Day, George Parmly --- Yale University Press; Treasurer of Yale University
  92. Delano, Frederick A. --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  93. Denham, Sir Edward --- Governor of Jamaica, British West Indies
  94. DeVries, Canon W.L. --- Washington Cathedral
  95. Dillard, James H. --- General Education Board
  96. Dodge, Clarence Phelps --- Community Chest, Washington Criminal Justice Association
  97. Dowd, Rachel A. --- Yale-in-China
  98. Drury, Samuel S. --- St. Paul's School
  99. Du Bois, William Edward Burghart --- N.A.A.C.P., The Crisis
  100. Duggan, Stephen P. --- Institute of International Education
  101. Dulles, John Foster
  102. Dun, Agnus
  103. Edwards, The Rev. Deane --- Universal Christian Council
  104. Edwards, R.H. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  105. Ellis, Mrs. C. Gearing --- Federal American National Bank
  106. Embling, The Rt. Rev. Hugh --- Bishop of Salisbury, Rhodesia
  107. Embree, Edwin R. --- Julius Rosenwald Fund
  108. Esch, John J. --- The American Peace Society
  109. Family Service Association
  110. Farrand, Max --- Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
  111. Faulkner, Waldron --- Washington Urban League
  112. Favrot, Leo M. --- General Education Board
  113. Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America
  114. Firestone, Harvey S. Sr.
  115. Fisher, Isaac --- Southern Workman, Hampton Institute
  116. Fisher, Edgar J. --- Institute of International Education
  117. Fisher, Samuel H. --- Yale-in-China; State of Connecticut Tercentary Commission
  118. Fisk University
  119. Fiske, Harry M. --- St. Paul's School
  120. Flexner, Dr. Abraham --- Institute of Advanced Study
  121. Flint, Dr. Joseph M.
  122. Ford, James --- Research on Slums and Housing Policy
  123. Ford, Henry
  124. Fosdick, Raymond B. --- General Education Board
  125. Freeman, Douglas S. --- Editor of The Richmond News Leader
  126. Freeman, The Rt. Rev. James E. --- Bishop of Washington, D.C.
  127. Gallagher, Buell G. --- Talladega College
  128. Garrett, Paul W. --- National Commission for Social Education
  129. George Washington University
  130. Gerry, Peter G. --- U.S. Senate
  131. Gerstenfeld, Rabbi Norman --- Washington Hebrew Congregation
  132. Gildersleeve, Mary L. --- Gunston Hall, Washington, D.C.
  133. Githens, Otto B. --- Amanzimtoti Institute; The American Board of Missions in South Africa
  134. Glass, Meta --- President of Sweet Briar College
  135. Gollock, Georgina A.
  136. Goodman, George W. --- Washington Urban League
  137. Gregg, Jeanne Fuller
  138. Grant, U.S. III
  139. Green, Jerome --- Harvard University
  140. Greene, Lorenzo D. --- Lincoln University
  141. Gregg, Alan --- Medical Director of the Rockefeller Foundation
  142. Grosvernor, Gilbert --- National Geographic Society
  143. Hagedorn, Hermann --- Roosevelt Memorial Association
  144. Hammond, Emily V. (Mrs. John Henry Hammond) --- The Berry School
  145. Hampton Institute
  146. Hansen, Inga M. --- Phelps-Stokes Corporation
  147. Harkness, Edward S.
  148. Harmon, Emmett --- Liberia
  149. Harrison, The Rev. McVeigh --- St. Andrew's School, Tennessee
  150. Haynes, Dr. George. E. --- Federal Council of Churches
  151. Hazen, Melvin C. --- President of the Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia
  152. Hibbard, Frederick P. --- U.S. Legation, Liberia
  153. Hobson, The Rt. Rev. Henry W. --- Bishop of Southern Ohio
  154. Hoffman, Helen Duey --- Washington Housing Association
  155. Hofmyer, Dr. John H. --- Minister of the Interior, Union of South Africa
  156. Holloway, Dr. J.E. --- Union of South Africa
  157. Holmes, Dwight Oliver Wendell --- President of Morgan College
  158. Holsey, Albon L. --- National Negro Business League; Tuskegee Institute
  159. Hope, John --- President of Atlanta University
  160. Hoover, Herbert --- President of the United States
  161. Houghton, Alanson B. --- U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain; Washington Cathedral
  162. House, Grace Bigelow --- Penn Normal Industrial and Agricultural School
  163. Houston, Charles --- Chairman of the Marian Anderson Citizens' Committee
  164. Howard University
  165. Howe, Arthur --- President of Hampton Institute
  166. Huber, Max --- Nansen International Office for Refugees
  167. Hughes, Charles Evans --- Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
  168. Hull, Cordell --- U.S. Secretary of State
  169. Hull, Harry E. --- Commissioner General of Education
  170. Hume, Dr. Edward H. --- New York Post Graduate Medical School; Trustee of Yale-in-China
  171. Hunt, E.E. --- U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  172. Huntington, Rachel L. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  173. Hutchins, Francis S. --- Yale-in-China
  174. Hutchins, William J. --- Berea College, Berea, Ky.
  175. Hynson, Richard W. --- Washington Cathedral Offices; The Community Chest
  176. Ignatieff, Count Paul N. --- Russian Exiles
  177. Ihlder, John --- The Pittsburgh Housing Association; Alley Dwelling Authority of the District of Columbia
  178. Imes, G. Lake --- Tuskegee Institute
  179. Jameson, J. Franklin --- Chief, Division of Manuscripts, Library of Congress
  180. Jennings, Coleman --- Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  181. Johnson, Alvin --- New School of Social Research
  182. Johnson, Campbell C. --- Y.M.C.A. of Washington, D.C.; Washington Committee on Housing
  183. Johnson, Guy B. --- The Institute for Research in Social Sciences, University of North Carolina
  184. Johnson, Dr. Mordecai --- President of Howard University
  185. Johnson, Major T.F. --- Nansen International Office for Refugees
  186. Jones, Eugene Kinckle --- National Urban League
  187. Jones, John Price --- John Price Jones Corporation
  188. Jones, Dr. Rheinallt --- South African Institute of Race Relations
  189. Jones, Thomas E. --- President of Fisk University
  190. Jones, Dr. Thomas Jesse --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  191. Kahn, Dr. Bernard --- American Joint Distribution Committee
  192. Keogh, Andrew --- Yale University Library
  193. Keppel, Frederick P. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  194. Ketcham, George F. --- Hampton Institute
  195. Knollenberg, Bernhard --- Yale University Library
  196. Krans, Horatio S. --- American University Union
  197. Kwei, Dr. C.T. --- Central China College (Hua Chung)
  198. Ladd, William Palmer --- Dean of Berkeley Divinity School
  199. Lawrence, The Rt. Rev. Appleton --- Bishop of Western Massachusetts
  200. Lawrence, David --- Editor ofThe United States Daily
  201. Leigh, Robert D. --- President of Bennington College
  202. Leland, Waldo G. --- American Council of Learned Societies
  203. Lemtugov, Nicholas --- Save The Children Fund
  204. Lester, Robert M. --- The Carnegie Corporation
  205. Lewis, Burdette --- Director of Investigation of Public Relief in the District of Columbia
  206. Lewis, Edwin N. --- National Cathedral Foundation
  207. Library of Congress
  208. Lieper, The Rev. Henry Smith --- The Universal Christian Council
  209. Lindemann, Eduard --- Community Organization for Leisure, Works Progress Administration
  210. Lobenstine, Edwin C. --- re: Chinese relief efforts
  211. Locke, Bradford B. --- The Church Pension Fund
  212. Lohmann, Carl --- Secretary of Yale University
  213. Loram, Dr. C.T. --- Yale University
  214. Louw, Eric H. --- Minister Plenipotentiary of South Africa
  215. Lucas, The Rev. Albert H. --- Headmaster of St. Alban's School
  216. Lusk, Rufus S. --- Washington Taxpayers Association
  217. Lyford, Oliver S. --- Yale-in-China
  218. Lyon, Leverett S. --- The Brookings Institution
  219. MacCracken, John H. --- American Council on Education
  220. Madariaga, Salvador de --- World Foundation Organizing Committee
  221. Malherbe, E.G. --- National Bureau of Educational & Social Research, Union of South Africa
  222. Malone, Dumas --- Editor of the Dictionary of American Biography
  223. Mann, Charles R. --- American Council on Education
  224. Marvin, Cloyd H. --- President of George Washington University
  225. Mason, Max --- President of the Rockefeller Foundation
  226. May, Paul --- Ambassador from Belgium
  227. Mays, Benjamin E. --- Howard University
  228. McClenahan, Robert S. --- President of the American University, Cairo, Egypt
  229. McCulloch, James W. --- Phelps-Stokes Estates
  230. Mechlin, Leila --- The American Federation of the Arts
  231. Mellon, Andrew W.
  232. Meloney, Marie M. ---New York Herald Tribune, re: Curie manuscripts
  233. Meriam, Lewis --- The Brookings Institution
  234. Merriam, Thorton W. --- National Council on Religion in Higher Education
  235. Merrill, Edwin K. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund, see: PART I, SERIES I, "Family Correspondence"
  236. Meyer, Eugene --- President & publisher of The Washington Post
  237. Miller, E.C. --- Near East Relief
  238. Miller, Justice Justin --- U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington, D.C.
  239. Miller, Kelly --- Howard University
  240. Mills, Ogden L. --- U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
  241. Mitchell, Anna V.S. --- Russian refugee relief
  242. Mitchell, Clarence Blair
  243. Mitchell, Clarence V.S.
  244. Mitchell, Robert B. --- Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works
  245. Moffat, Pierrepont --- Chief of the Division of West European Affairs, Department of State
  246. Monroe, Paul --- President of Robert College of Istanbul
  247. Moore, Charles --- The Commission of Fine Arts
  248. Morgan, J.P.
  249. Morgenthau, Henry
  250. Moton, Robert R. --- Principal of Tuskegee Institute
  251. Mott, John R. --- International Missionary Council
  252. Moulton, Dr. Harold G. --- President of the Brookings Institution
  253. Murphy, Frank --- U.S. Attorney General
  254. Murray, Wallace --- Chief of the Division of Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. Department of State
  255. Murrow, Edward R. --- Institute of International Education
  256. Myrdal, Gunnar --- Director of the Carnegie Corporation's inquiry, "The Negro in America"
  257. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  258. National Conference of Christians and Jews
  259. National Urban League
  260. Nelson, William Stewart --- Howard University
  261. Nettleton, George H. --- English Department, Yale University
  262. Newbold, N.C. --- Division of Cooperation in Education and Race Relations
  263. Newcombe, J.L. --- University of Virginia
  264. Nicholson, A.W.
  265. Nicholson, Ralph --- National Cathedral Foundation
  266. Nivens, Edwin B. --- College of Preachers, Washington Cathedral
  267. Nottner, Ralph E. --- America First Movement
  268. Noyes, Mr. & Mrs. Frank B. ---The Washington Star & The Sunday Star
  269. Noyes, Newbold ---The Washington Star & The Sunday Star
  270. Oldham, J.H. --- International Missionary Council
  271. Olds, Marshall --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  272. Olive, V.S.
  273. Olsen, Nils --- Department of Agriculture
  274. Oviatt, Edwin --- Yale Publishing Association
  275. Owens, James M. --- St. Mark's Church, Shreveport, La.
  276. Patterson, Frederick Douglass --- President of Tuskegee Institute
  277. Patton, The Rev. George W. --- American Church Institute for Negroes
  278. Payne, Bruce R. --- George Peabody College
  279. Peabody, George Foster
  280. Peaslee, Horace W. --- Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works
  281. Perkins, Frances --- U.S. Department of Labor
  282. Pepper, George Wharton --- Washington Cathedral Foundation
  283. Perry, The Rt. Rev. James DeWolf --- Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  284. Pershing, General John J.
  285. Peter, The Rev. G. Freeland --- Washington Cathedral
  286. Phelps, William Lyon --- Yale University
  287. Phillips, William --- Undersecretary of State
  288. Pierson, George Wilson --- History Department, Yale University
  289. Powell, C.A. --- Tuskegee Institute
  290. Powell, The Very Rev. Noble C. --- Washington Cathedral
  291. Pratt, Anne S. --- Yale University Library
  292. Pratt, D. Butler --- Howard University; Washington Federation of Churches
  293. Purves, Robert Ogden --- Hampton-Tuskegee Endowment Fund
  294. Rand, Oscar L. --- Yale-in-China
  295. Reed, Edward B. --- The Commonwealth Fund
  296. Reid, Ogden ---The New York Herald Tribune
  297. Redfield, Humphrey F. --- National Cathedral Association
  298. Reisner, John H. --- Agricultural Missions Foundation
  299. Reynolds, L.R. --- Virginia Commission on Interracial Cooperation
  300. Rhinelander, The Rt. Rev. Philip M. --- College of Preachers; National Cathedral Foundation
  301. Riggs, Dr. Austen Fox --- The Riggs Foundation
  302. Ringland, Arthur C. --- General Education Board; U.S. Department of Agriculture
  303. Rives, William C.
  304. Robbins, Howard Chandler --- General Theological Seminary
  305. Robert, Mrs. Henry M. Jr. --- President General of the Daughters of the American Revolution
  306. Roberts, Mrs. W.A. --- Washington Council of Social Agencies
  307. Robertson, David --- Goucher College
  308. Rockefeller, John D. Jr.
  309. Rogers, James Grafton --- Master of Timothy Dwight College, Yale University
  310. Rollins, Carl --- Yale University Press
  311. Roper, Daniel C. --- U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  312. Roosevelt, Eleanor
  313. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
  314. Ross, Emory --- American Committee on Work in the Congo, Foreign Missions Conference of North America
  315. Rowe, L.S. --- Pan-American Union
  316. Roy, L.A. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  317. Rudd, The Rev. Arthur B. --- Washington Cathedral
  318. Ruggles, Alma --- Russian refugee relief
  319. Ruhland, Dr. George C. --- Health Officer of the District of Columbia
  320. Rupel, Paul W. --- Booker Washington Institute of Liberia
  321. Rush, Charles E. --- Yale University Library
  322. Russell, J. Alvin & James S. --- St. Paul's Normal and Industrial School
  323. Russell, John M. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  324. Ryan, The Rt. Rev. Monsignor John A. --- Catholic University of America National Catholic Welfare Conference
  325. Sage, Dean --- Sage, Gray, Todd & Sims; Trustee of Atlanta University
  326. Saint, Lawrence --- Department of Stained Glass, Washington Cathedral
  327. Sakai, Barnabas T.
  328. Sargent, The Rev. George Paull T. --- St. Bartholomew's Church, N.Y.C.
  329. Sarsfield-Hall, E. --- Governor of Khartoum
  330. Save the Children Fund
  331. Savin, William H. --- Family Service Association
  332. Schieffelin, William Jay --- President of the Board of Trustees, Tuskegee Institute; American Aid For Ethiopia
  333. Schley, Reeve --- Vice President of the Chase National Bank, re: St. Paul's School
  334. Schmeckebier, Laurence F. --- The Brookings Institution
  335. Schofield, Dr. A.T. --- C.M.S. Hospital, Kampala, Uganda
  336. Schuyler, R.L. --- American Historical Review
  337. Scoville, William H. --- Secretary of Hampton Institute
  338. Scott, Emmett J. --- Secretary-Treasurer of Howard University
  339. Sedgwick, Ellery --- Editor of the Atlantic Monthly
  340. Settle, T.S. --- Park and Planning Commission
  341. Seymour, Charles --- Provost of Yale University; President of Yale University
  342. Seymour, George Dudley
  343. Shaw, G. Howland
  344. Sheen, The Rev. Fulton J. --- Catholic University of America
  345. Sheldon, James --- Washington Cathedral
  346. Shepard, Dr. Lorrin A. --- Director of the American Hospital of Istanbul
  347. Sherrill, Charles H. --- U.S. Ambassador to Turkey
  348. Sherrill, The Rt. Rev. Henry Knox --- Bishop of Massachusetts
  349. Shipler, Guy Emery --- Editor ofThe Churchman
  350. Simon, Rabbi Abram --- Washington Hebrew Congregation
  351. Skinner, Robert C. --- U.S. Ambassador to Turkey
  352. Slade, Francis Louis --- Treasurer of the Phelps-Stokes Fund
  353. Slowe, Lucy D. --- Dean of Women, Howard University
  354. Smith, Robert Ashton --- Yale-in-China
  355. Smuts, Jan Christian --- House of Assembly, Capetown, South Africa
  356. Sniffen, M.K. --- Indian Rights Association
  357. Stabler, The Rev. W. Brooke --- Department of Religious Education, National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  358. Staub, Albert W. --- Near East College Association
  359. Steele, Mary --- Works Progress Administration
  360. Sterrett, The Rev. H.H.D. --- All Souls Memorial Church, Washington, D.C
  361. Stevens, David H. --- General Education Board
  362. Stewart, Cora Wilson --- National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy
  363. Stewart, Florence D. --- Washington Housing Association; Citizens' Housing Council of New York
  364. Stewart, The Rev. George --- First Presbyterian Church, Stamford, Ct.
  365. Stimson, Henry L. --- U.S. Secretary of State
  366. Stokes, Frederic W. --- re: Arctic paintings
  367. Street, Elwood --- The Community Chest
  368. Strong, L. Corrin
  369. Strother, French --- Administrative Assistant to President Hoover
  370. Straus, Nathan --- Administrator of the U.S. Housing Authority, Department of the Interior
  371. Studebaker, Dr. J.W. --- Commissioner of Education, U.S. Department of the Interior
  372. Swift, Ernest J. --- American Red Cross
  373. Swiggett, Glen Levin --- Inter-American Federation of Education
  374. Sze, Sao-Ke Alfred --- Chinese Ambassador to the U.S.
  375. Taft, Robert A. --- U.S. Senate
  376. Taylor, R.R. --- Tuskegee Institute
  377. Terrell, Mary Church
  378. Theodore, S.J. --- Madras Christian College, India
  379. Thom, Corcoran --- President of the American Security and Trust Company
  380. Thomas, Charles M. --- Federation of Civic Associations of Washington, D.C.
  381. Thompson, Charles H. --- Editor of the Journal of Negro Education
  382. Thompson, Norma S. --- The Rockefeller Foundation
  383. Thorn, Charlotte R. --- Calhoun Colored School
  384. Thorne, Samuel
  385. Tilson, John Q. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  386. Tobias, C.H. --- National Council of the Y.M.C.A.
  387. Tolstoy, Alexandra L. --- Tolstoy Foundation
  388. Tomkins, The Rev. Floyd W. --- World Conference on Faith and Order
  389. Tourtellot, Ida --- Calhoun Colored School
  390. Treadway, Allen T. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  391. Turner, Alice and Mabel --- National Cathedral School for Girls
  392. Ufford, Walter S. --- Family Service Association
  393. Vickrey, Charles V. --- Religion and Welfare Recovery
  394. Villard, Henry S. --- U.S. Department of State
  395. Vinton, Ellen A. --- American Association of University Women; The Barney Neighborhood House, Washington, D.C.
  396. Voris, John R. --- Save the Children Fund
  397. Waggaman, Major Ennals --- St. Anna's Church Home
  398. Wagner, Robert F. --- U.S. Senate
  399. Walcott, Frederic C. --- U.S. Senate
  400. Walsh, David I. --- U.S. Senate
  401. Walton, Lester A.
  402. Warnshuis, A.L. --- International Missionary Council
  403. Warren, Charles
  404. Washburn, Henry B. --- Dean of the Episcopal Theological School
  405. Washington, Booker T. Jr. --- Tuskegee Institute
  406. Washington, E. Davidson --- Tuskegee Institute
  407. Washington, Forrester B. --- Atlanta School of Social Work
  408. Watson, Charles R. --- President of the American University, Cairo, Egypt
  409. Weatherford, W.D. --- Y.M.C.A. Graduate School, Nashville, Tennessee
  410. Wei, Francis C.M. --- Central China College
  411. Weigle, Luther A. --- Dean of Yale Divinity School
  412. Weigle, Richard D. --- Yale-in-China
  413. Werner, Dr. George --- Nansen International Office for Refugees
  414. West, Henry Litchfield --- American Colonization Society
  415. White, Leonard D. --- U.S. Civil Service Commission
  416. White, Walter --- N.A.A.C.P.
  417. White, William Allen --- Non-Partisan Committee for Peace Through Revision of the Neutrality Law
  418. Wickersham, George W. --- Law Enforcement Commission
  419. Wilbur, Ray Lyman --- U.S. Secretary of the Interior
  420. Wilkinson, Garnet C. --- First Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Washington, D.C.
  421. Willett, Herbert L. Jr. --- The Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  422. Williams, Aubrey --- Works Progress Administration
  423. Wingo, Otis T. Jr. --- National Institution of Public Affairs
  424. Wood, John Wilson --- Department of Foreign Missions, National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  425. Woodson, Carter G. --- Association for the Study of Negro Life and History;Journal of Negro History
  426. Work, Monroe N. --- Tuskegee Institute
  427. Wright, Arthur D. --- President of the Slater Fund
  428. Wright, J. Butler --- U.S. Ambassador to Cuba
  429. Wyckoff, J. Bernard --- U.S. Department of Commerce
  430. Yale Club
  431. Yale University Press
  432. Yen, Y.C. James --- Chinese National Association of the Mass Education Movement
  433. Yergan, Max --- Foreign Committee, National Council of the Y.M.C.A. of America and Canada
  434. Zook, George F. --- American Council on Education
SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1940 Jan 1 - 1958 Aug 13
  1. Abernethy, Rev. B.S. --- Commission on the Church and Minority Peoples, Federal Council of Churches
  2. Abingdon-Cokesbury Press
  3. Acheson, Barclay ---Reader's Digest
  4. Acheson, Dean --- U.S. Department of State
  5. Ackerman, Carl --- Dean of the School of Journalism, Columbia University
  6. Adams, James Luther --- University of Chicago
  7. Addison, The Rev. James Thayer --- National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  8. Aery, William Anthony --- Hampton Institute
  9. Alexander, Will W. --- Consultant on Minority Groups, Office of Production Management
  10. Allen, George V. --- Assistant Secretary of State
  11. American Civil Liberties Union
  12. American Library Association
  13. American Peace Society
  14. American University at Cairo
  15. Andrews, Edward D.
  16. Angell, James Rowland --- National Broadcasting Company
  17. Angle, Paul M. --- Chicago Historical Society
  18. Armour, Norman --- The U.S. Embassy, Caracas, Venezuela
  19. Arnold, Lauren --- Yale-in-China
  20. Arnold, The Most Rev. William R. --- Chief of Chaplains, War Department
  21. Asakawa, K. --- Yale University re: Portsmouth Treaty
  22. Austin, Warren R. --- U.S. Senate
  23. Aydelotte, Frank --- The Rhodes Scholarship Trust
  24. Babb, James T. --- Librarian of Yale University
  25. Bailey, S. Waldo --- Pleasant Valley Bird and Wildflower Sanctuary, Lenox, Mass.
  26. Baldwin, Howard --- The Kresge Foundation, re: publication of Church and State
  27. Baldwin, Roger N. --- American Civil Liberties Union
  28. Barden, Henry C. --- Committee on Religious Life in the Nation's Capital
  29. Barnes, C. Rankin --- National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  30. Bayless, John L. --- Curator of Washington Cathedral
  31. Bayne-Jones, Dr. S.
  32. Beals, Ralph A. --- Director of the New York Public Library
  33. Bedinger, George R. --- National Commission for Mental Hygiene
  34. Bell, Dr. Enoch F. --- American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
  35. Bentley, Madison --- Library of Congress, re: Encyclopedia of the Negro
  36. Berge, Wendell --- Assistant Attorney General of the United States
  37. Berle, Adolf --- Assistant Secretary of State
  38. Bethune, Mary McLeod --- Division of Negro Affairs, National Youth Administration
  39. Bingham, Hiram
  40. Black, Robert E. --- Episcopal Church News
  41. Blair, William McCormick
  42. Bliss, Charles F.
  43. Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods
  44. Boardman, Mabel T. --- American Red Cross
  45. Bohanon, The Rev. F.J. --- Washington Cathedral
  46. Bonnell, Winifred Harper --- N.Y. Committee of the National Cathedral Association
  47. Bornemisza, Adele
  48. Bowie, W. Russell --- Union Theological Seminary
  49. Bradner, Canon William M. --- Washington Cathedral
  50. Brady, Mary Beattie --- Director of the Harmon Foundation
  51. Brasher, Rex and Philip --- re: paintings of North American birds
  52. Brigham, Clarence S. --- American Antiquarian Society
  53. Brookings, Isabel V.
  54. Brooks, Ernest --- The Bollingen Foundation
  55. Brosseau, Grace L.H. --- Daughters of the American Revolution
  56. Brown, Donaldson --- Vice-President of General Motors
  57. Brown, John Crosby --- Tamblyn and Brown, Inc.
  58. Brown, Philip Marshall --- American Peace Society
  59. Brown, Walter R. --- Secretary of Hampton Institute
  60. Brown, William Adams --- Union Theological Seminary
  61. Bryan, John Stewart --- President of the College of William and Mary
  62. Buck, Pearl S.
  63. Buckley, William F.
  64. Bunche, Dr. Ralph J.
  65. Bundy, Harvey H. --- U.S. War Department
  66. Butterfield, Claude A. --- Save the Children Federation
  67. Buttenheim, Harold S. --- Citizens' Housing Council of New York
  68. Calkins, Robert D. --- General Education Board
  69. Canaday, Elizabeth B. --- National Cathedral Association
  70. Canby, Henry S. --- Editor of The Saturday Review
  71. Carr, Robert K. --- President's Committee on Civil Rights
  72. Carter, Edward C. --- Institute of Pacific Relations
  73. Castle, William R.
  74. Cavert, Samuel McCrea --- Federal Council of Churches
  75. Chalmers, Gordon K. --- President of Kenyon College
  76. Chazeaud, C.A. --- Hampton Institute
  77. The Christian Century
  78. The Churchman
  79. Clark, Charles Upson
  80. Clark, Walter H. --- Dean of the Hartford School of Religious Education
  81. Clarkson, Walter B. --- National Cathedral Association
  82. Clinchy, Everest R. --- National Conference of Christians and Jews
  83. Close, Ralph --- South African Minister to the U.S
  84. Coffin, Henry Sloane --- Union Theological Seminary
  85. Colgate, Russell
  86. Commager, Henry Steele --- Columbia University
  87. Connely, Willard --- American University Union
  88. Connor, Laurence --- The Lenox School
  89. Constitution Island Association
  90. Cooley, Rossa B. --- Penn Normal Industrial and Agricultural School
  91. Cooper, Dr. Linn F. --- Yale-in-China
  92. Cowley, W.H. --- Stanford University
  93. Crane, Robert --- Pleasant Valley Sanctuary, Lenox, Massachusetts
  94. Crane, Winthrop M.
  95. Cross, Harry Parsons --- St. Paul's Alumni Association
  96. Cross, Wilbur L. --- Yale University
  97. Curry, The Rev. Robert L. --- Headmaster of the Lenox School
  98. Dana, David T. --- Lenox Library Association
  99. Dana, Harry
  100. Davis, Jackson --- General Education Board, Phelps-Stokes Fund
  101. Day, George Parmly --- Treasurer of Yale University
  102. DeForest, The Rev. W. Jusserand --- St. Paul's Church, Stockbridge, Mass.
  103. Diggs, Ellen Irene ---Encyclopedia of the Negro,; N.A.A.C.P.
  104. Dillard, Henry --- District of Columbia Work Projects Administration
  105. Dodge, Cleveland E.
  106. Dollard, Charles --- Carnegie Corporation
  107. Dowd, Rachel A. --- Yale-in-China
  108. DuBois, W.E.B. --- Atlanta University; Encyclopedia of the Negro
  109. Duggan, Stephen P. --- Institute of International Education
  110. Dun, The Rt. Rev. Angus --- Episcopal Theological School; Bishop of Washington, D.C.
  111. Edman, George W. ---The Berkshire Evening Eagle
  112. Embree, Edwin R. --- Julius Rosenwald Fund, Liberian Foundation
  113. Ewerts, Karl J. --- re: Inter-National University
  114. Exman, Eugene --- Harper and Brothers
  115. Farrand, Max
  116. Farrell, Aileen M. --- Foxhollow School, Lenox, Mass.
  117. Faulkner, Waldron --- Washington Housing Association, Washington Urban League
  118. Fawcett, J. Waldo ---The Evening Star, Washington, D.C.
  119. Fedotov, George P.
  120. Firestone, Harvey S. Jr.
  121. Fisher, Edgar J. --- Institute of International Education
  122. Fisher, Henry J. --- Yale Alumni Fund.
  123. Flexner, Abraham
  124. Flynn, The Very Rev. Vincent --- College of St. Thomas
  125. Fosdick, Raymond --- The Rockefeller Foundation
  126. Foster, Giraud
  127. Freeman, The Rt. Rev. James --- Bishop of Washington, D.C.
  128. Fulton, Robert B. --- Yale-in-China
  129. Gabriel, Ralph H. --- Department of History, Yale University
  130. Garrison, Winfred E. ---The Christian Century
  131. Gerstenfeld, Rabbi Norman --- Washington Hebrew Congregation
  132. Gilchrist, Huntington --- American Cyanamid Company
  133. Glenn, The Rev. C. Leslie --- Committee on Religious Life in the Nation's Capital
  134. Glenn, John M. --- Russell Sage Foundation
  135. Goodman, George W. --- Washington Urban League
  136. Gould, John H.P. --- Lenox Library
  137. Gould, Mrs. William J. --- Gould Farm
  138. Granger, Lester B. --- National Urban League
  139. Graves, Henry S. --- Dean of the Yale University School of Forestry
  140. Green, Theodore F. --- U.S. Senate
  141. Greene, Jerome D. --- Harvard Corporation
  142. Greene, Dr. Phillips F. --- Yale-in-China
  143. Hadley, Morris --- Chairman of the Board of the New York Public Library
  144. Hagedorn, Hermann --- Roosevelt Memorial Association
  145. Hall, Henry A.L. --- Improved Housing Association of New Haven, Inc.
  146. Hammond, David Q. --- Austen Riggs Foundation; Fairleigh Dickinson College
  147. Hammond, John Henry Jr. --- Columbia Recording Corporation
  148. Harmon Foundation
  149. Harriman, Averell --- U.S. State Department; Governor of N.Y.
  150. Harris, The Rev. Frederick --- Chaplain of the U.S. Senate
  151. Hawkes, Herbert E. --- Dean of Columbia College
  152. Haynes, George E. --- Federal Council of Churches
  153. Hazard, John --- Russian Institute, Columbia University
  154. Heinl, Robert D.
  155. Hendricks, Bartlett --- The Berkshire Museum
  156. Henry, Stuart C. --- Director of the Berkshire Museum
  157. Herskovits, Melville J. --- Northwestern University
  158. Heselton, John W. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  159. Hiss, Alger
  160. Hobson, The Rt. Rev. Henry W. --- Bishop of Southern Ohio
  161. Hacker, Lon --- Chief Hearings Council, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary
  162. Hoernle, R.F. Alfred --- University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  163. Hoffmann, Bernard
  164. Hoffmann, Helen Duey --- Washington Housing Association
  165. Holden, Reuben A. --- Secretary of Yale University; Yale-in-China
  166. Holt, Hamilton --- Rollins College, Fla.
  167. Hoober, John A. --- re: publication of Church and State
  168. Hooper, Dr. H.D. --- Church Missionary Society
  169. Hoover, Herbert
  170. Horwitt, Nathan George --- President of Stockbridge Bowl Association
  171. House, Charles F.
  172. House, Grace Bigelow
  173. Howe, Arthur --- President of Hampton Institute
  174. Hughes, Charles Evans
  175. Hull, Cordell --- U.S. Secretary of State
  176. Hume, Dr. Edward H. --- Christian Medical Council for Overseas Work
  177. Hunter, Susan Frances
  178. Huntington, Rachel L. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  179. Hutchins, Francis S. --- President of Berea College
  180. Huxley, Julian S. --- Zoological Society of London
  181. Hynson, Richard --- Washington Cathedral
  182. Ignatieff, Paul
  183. Ihlder, John --- Alley Dwelling Authority; National Capital Housing Authority
  184. Imes, G. Lake --- re: life of Booker T. Washington
  185. Institute of Pacific Relations
  186. Interior, U.S. Department of the, Office of Indian Affairs
  187. Iswolsky, Peter
  188. Jackson, C.D. ---Fortune, Time, Inc.; National Committee for a Free Europe
  189. Jackson, Robert H. --- U.S. Attorney General; U.S. Supreme Court
  190. The James Foundation
  191. James, Harlean --- American Planning and Civic Association
  192. Jay, Pierre --- Fiduciary Trust Company
  193. Jennings, Coleman --- Community Chest of Washington, D.C.
  194. Jessup, Walter A. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  195. Johansen, John C. --- re: portrait of Rev. Gardner Monks
  196. Johnson, Charles S. --- Fisk University
  197. Johnson, F. Ernest --- Federal Council of Churches
  198. Johnson, Gertrude B. --- Berkshire Forest Lands Committee
  199. Johnson, Guy B.
  200. Johnson, Mordecai W. --- President of Howard University
  201. Johnson, Nelson T. --- Far Eastern Commission
  202. Jones, J. D. Rheinallt --- South African Institute of Race Relations
  203. Jones, John Price --- John Price Jones Corporation
  204. Jones, Thomas Jesse --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  205. Josephs, Devereaux C. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  206. Judd, George E. --- Manager of the Boston Symphony
  207. Kean, Robert W. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  208. Kennan, George F. --- Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J.
  209. Kennard, Spencer Jr. --- Lenox School
  210. Kennedy, The Rt. Rev. Harry S. --- Bishop of Honolulu
  211. Kenyon College
  212. Keppel, Frederick P. --- President of the Carnegie Corporation
  213. Kester, Howard --- Penn Normal Industrial and Agricultural School
  214. Ketcham, George Franklin --- Hampton Institute; Commission on the Church and Minority Peoples
  215. Kimberly, Dr. Charles H. --- The Riggs Foundation
  216. Kittredge, Dr. Henry Crocker --- Rector of St. Paul's School
  217. Knight, Dr. Robert P. --- The Riggs Foundation
  218. Knollenberg, Bernhard --- Librarian of Yale University
  219. Knox, Raymond C. --- Chaplain of Columbia University
  220. Krans, Horatio S. --- American University Union
  221. Krock, Arthur --- The New York Times
  222. La Farge, The Rev. John --- America (national Catholic weekly)
  223. Lakin, Herbert C. --- President of the Laurel Hill Association
  224. Larabee, B.H. --- Firestone Plantations Company
  225. Latourette, Kenneth Scott --- Yale University
  226. Lawrence, David --- U.S. News
  227. Lawrence, The Rt. Rev. W. Appleton --- Bishop of Western Massachusetts
  228. Lazaron, Rabbi Morris S.
  229. Leiper, The Rev. Henry Smith --- World Council of Churches
  230. Lemtugov, Nicholas --- Save the Children Federation
  231. Lenox Library Association
  232. Lenox School
  233. Lester, Robert M. --- Carnegie Corporation
  234. Lewis, Edwin N. --- The Community Chest of Washington, D.C.; National Cathedral Association
  235. Library of Congress
  236. Lindberg, Charles A.
  237. The Living Church
  238. Lobenstine, Edwin C. --- Yale-in-China
  239. Lodge, Henry Cabot Jr. --- U.S. Senate
  240. Logan, Rayford W. --- Howard University
  241. Lohman, Joseph D. --- Julius Rosenwald Fund; National Committee on Segregation in the Nation's Capital
  242. Lohmann, Carl A --- Secretary of Yale University
  243. Loram, Charles T.
  244. Lovett, The Rev. Sidney --- Chaplain of Yale University
  245. Lovins, Miriam --- Family Service Association
  246. Lowry, The Rev. Charles W. --- Foundation for Religious Action
  247. Lucas, Canon Albert Hawley --- St. Alban's School for Boys
  248. Luce, Henry R. ---Time; Yale-in-China
  249. Lum, Hermann A. --- The American University at Cairo
  250. MacLean, Malcolm S. --- President of Hampton Institute
  251. MacLeish, Archibald --- The Librarian of Congress
  252. Malinowski, Bronislaw --- Yale University
  253. Mann, Albert R. --- General Education Board
  254. Marvin, Cloyd H. --- President of George Washington University
  255. Matthews, W.R. --- Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, London
  256. Mays, Benjamin E. --- Howard University
  257. McCabe, Joseph --- Board of Selectmen, Lenox, Mass.
  258. Meeks, Everett V. --- Yale University
  259. Melish, The Rev. William Howard --- National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc.
  260. Mellon, Paul
  261. Merz, Charles --- Editor of the New York Times
  262. Meyer, Eugene ---The Washington Post
  263. Miller, Lawrence K. --- Editor of theBerkshire Eagle
  264. Mitchell, Anna V.S. --- Russian refugee relief
  265. Mitchell, Clarence Blair
  266. Mitchell, Clarence V.S.
  267. Mole, George E. --- re: Pleasant Valley Sanctuary
  268. Monks, The Rev. George Gardner --- Headmaster of Lenox School
  269. Morrison, Charles Clayton --- Editor of The Christian Century
  270. Mott, John R. --- International Missionary Council
  271. Moulton, Harold G. --- President of the Brookings Institution
  272. Muir, R.D. --- Chief of Protocol, U.S. State Department
  273. Munger, Robert L. --- Superior Court of the State of Connecticut
  274. Murray, Wallace --- Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs, U.S. State Department
  275. Narishkin, Vadim and Ariadne
  276. Nash, Norman --- St. Paul's School
  277. National War Fund
  278. Neilson, William A. --- N.A.A.C.P.
  279. Nelson, William Stuart --- Howard University
  280. Nettleton, George H. --- Yale University
  281. Nichols, Franklin O. --- Atlanta University; Phelps-Stokes Fund; National Urban League
  282. Niebuhr, Reinhold --- Union Theological Seminary
  283. Ogilby, C.F.R. --- Washington Cathedral
  284. Ogilby, F.R. --- Trinity College
  285. Oldham, J.H.
  286. Olive, V.S.
  287. Opie, The Rev. Thomas F.
  288. Paine, The Rev. George Lyman --- Church Institute for Negroes; Fellowship of Reconciliation; Socialist Party
  289. Parsons, Harry
  290. Patterson, Frederick Douglass --- Tuskegee Institute
  291. Pepper, The Rev. Almon --- National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  292. Pepper, George Wharton --- Washington Cathedral
  293. Perry, The Rt. Rev. James DeWolf --- Bishop of Rhode Island
  294. Phillips, The Rev. Z. Barney
  295. Pierson, George W. --- Department of History, Yale University
  296. Poirier, Irene --- Lenox Library
  297. Pomeroy, Brenton C. --- Pleasant Valley Bird and Wildflower Sanctuary Association
  298. Powell, Noble C. --- Bishop of Maryland
  299. Price, Harry B. --- American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression
  300. Purves, Robert Ogden --- Hampton Institute
  301. Putney, The Rev. Ralph B. --- Trinity Church, Lenox, Mass.
  302. Reardon, James G. --- Superintendent, Lenox Public Schools
  303. Reisner, John H. --- Agricultural Missions, Inc.
  304. Rhinelander, Mrs. Frederic W. --- N.Y. Committee of the National Cathedral Association
  305. Richardson, The Rev. Harry V. --- Hampton Institute; Gammon Theological Seminary
  306. Riden, Arthur O. --- Yale-in-China
  307. Rockefeller, John D. Jr.
  308. Rollins, Carl P. --- Yale University Press
  309. Roosevelt, Franklin D.
  310. Root, Robert T.
  311. Ross, Emory --- Foreign Missions Council of North America
  312. Rowe, Frederick L. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  313. Rowe, Leo S. --- Pan American Union
  314. Roy, L.A. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  315. Sakai, Barnabas T.
  316. Sargent, The Rev. George Paull
  317. Sayre, The Very Rev. Francis B. Jr. --- Washington Cathedral
  318. Schieffelin, William Jay --- Board of Trustees of Hampton Institute
  319. Schley, Reeve --- re: St: Paul's School
  320. Seymour, Charles --- President of Yale University
  321. Seymour, George Dudley
  322. Shaw, G. Howland --- U.S. State Department
  323. Sheldon, James --- Washington Cathedral
  324. Sherrill, The Rt. Rev. Henry K. --- Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  325. Shepard, John Jr.
  326. Shipherd, H. Robinson --- re: manuscript of Church and State
  327. Shipler, Guy Emery ---The Churchman
  328. Sizer, Theodore --- Yale University Art Gallery
  329. Smith, Edwin W. --- re: biography of Daniel Lindley
  330. Smith, Robert Ashton --- Yale-in-China
  331. Spaulding, H.N. --- Oxford University
  332. Stendel, Herald L. --- National Cathedral Association
  333. Stewart, George
  334. Stimson, Henry L.
  335. Stokes, F.W. --- N.Y.C. artist
  336. Stoughton, A.G. --- Washington Cathedral
  337. Suter, The Very Rev. John --- Washington Cathedral
  338. Taft, Charles P.
  339. Taylor, Charles L. --- Episcopal Theological School
  340. Thom, Corcoran --- American Security and Trust Company; Washington Cathedral
  341. Thompson, Charles H. --- Howard University; Journal of Negro Education
  342. Thorne, Samuel
  343. Thorpe, Almus --- St. Steven's Church, Columbus, Ohio
  344. Tobias, Channing H. --- Phelps-Stokes Fund
  345. Tolstoy, Alexandra --- Tolstoy Foundation, Inc.
  346. Townsend, George S.
  347. Treadway, Allen T. --- U.S. House of Representatives
  348. Treadway, Heaton I. --- Stockbridge Bowl Association
  349. Tucker, The Rt. Rev. H. St. George --- Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church
  350. Tuttle, Emerson --- Yale University
  351. Vail, R.W.G. --- New York Historical Society
  352. Vaill, George D. --- Yale-in-China
  353. Van Dusen, Henry P. --- Union Theological Seminary
  354. Van Santvoord, George --- Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Ct.
  355. Vickrey, Charles V. --- The Golden Rule Foundation
  356. Villard, Henry S. --- Division of Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. State Department
  357. Vischer, Sir Hanns --- International Institute of African Languages and Culture
  358. Walsh, David I. --- U.S. Senate
  359. Warren, Charles H. --- Master of Trumbull College, Yale
  360. Wedel, The Rev. Theodore O. --- Washington Cathedral
  361. Wei, Francis C. M. --- Central China College
  362. Wesley, Charles H.
  363. Weyerhaeuser, Frederick
  364. Wheeler, W. Reginald --- Yale-in-China
  365. White, Walter --- N.A.A.C.P.
  366. Wilson, Elizabeth H. --- The Brookings Institution
  367. Wood, The Rev. Meredith B. --- Hoosac School, Hoosick, N.Y.
  368. Woodson, Carter G. --- Association for the Study of Negro Life and History
  369. Work, Monroe N. --- Tuskegee Institute
  370. Wyckoff, Bernard --- Washington Housing Association
  371. Yergan, Max --- Council on African Affairs
  372. Zabriskie, The Rev. Alexander C. --- Virginia Theological Seminary

Appendix II: Select List of Correspondents for Part II

SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1893-1923
  1. Abbott, Lyman --- Editor, The Outlook
  2. American University Union
  3. Ames, John Quincy --- Y.M.C.A. New Haven
  4. Angell, James R. --- President, Yale University
  5. Angier, Roswell P. --- Dean of Freshmen, Yale University
  6. Armstrong, Hamilton Fish --- Council on Foreign Relations
  7. Baldwin, Simeon E. --- Justice, Connecticut State Supreme Court
  8. Beers, Clifford W. --- Connecticut Society for Mental Hygiene, National Committee for Mental Hygiene
  9. Benet, William Rose
  10. Beveridge, Albert J. --- U.S. Senate, Indiana
  11. Bingham, Hiram
  12. Brandegee, Frank B. --- U.S. Senate, Connecticut
  13. Brewster, Chauncey --- Bishop of Connecticut
  14. Bulkeley, M.G. --- U.S. Senate, Connecticut
  15. Camp, Walter --- Director of Athletics, Yale University
  16. Churchill, Winston --- American novelist
  17. Coffin, Henry Sloane --- Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
  18. Cross, Wilbur --- Dean of Graduate School, Yale University; Editor of Yale Review
  19. Day, Clarence W. --- Yale Alumni Association
  20. Day, George Parmly --- Treasurer, Yale University
  21. Delano, William Adams --- Delano and Aldrich, Architects
  22. Depew, Chauncey M. --- U.S. Senate, New York
  23. Drury, Samuel --- Headmaster, St. Paul's School
  24. DuBois, W.E.B.
  25. Duggan, Stephen --- Institute for International Education
  26. Dwight, Timothy
  27. Eliot, Charles W. --- President, Harvard University
  28. Farnam, Thomas W. --- Secretary's Office, Yale University
  29. Farnam, William --- Treasurer, Yale University
  30. Farrand, Max --- Department of History, Yale University (later Commonwealth Fund)
  31. Fisher, Irving --- Professor of Political Economy, Yale University
  32. Flexner, Abraham --- General Education Board
  33. Grenfell, Wilfred
  34. Hackett, Byrne --- Yale University Press
  35. Hadley, Arthur Twining --- President, Yale University
  36. Harrison, Francis Burton --- U.S. House of Representatives, New York; Governor-General of the Philippines
  37. Hillhouse, James
  38. Hopkins, Archibald
  39. Hughes, Charles Evans --- U.S. Secretary of State
  40. Hull, Cordell --- U.S. House of Representatives, Tennessee
  41. Hume, Edward R. --- Yale-in-China
  42. Johnson, Joseph --- U.S. House of Representatives, (South Carolina?)
  43. Johnson, T. F. --- League of Nations, Russian Refugee Relief
  44. Jones, Frederick S. --- Dean, Yale College
  45. Jones, Thomas Jesse --- Phelps-Stokes Fund, U.S. Department of the Interior
  46. Kaneko, Kentaro (Count) --- Japanese diplomat
  47. Keller, A. G. --- Yale University
  48. Keogh, Andrew --- Librarian, Yale University
  49. Krans, Horatio S. --- American University Union
  50. Lawrence, William --- Bishop of Massachusetts
  51. Lines, Edwin S. --- Bishop of Newark, New Jersey
  52. Lippman, Walter
  53. Lowell, A. Lawrence --- President, Harvard University
  54. Martin, Thomas S. --- U.S. Senate, Virginia
  55. MacCracken, H. N. --- President, Vassar College
  56. McCulloch, James W. --- Phelps Stokes Estates
  57. McLean, George P. --- U.S. Senate, Connecticut
  58. Masefield, John --- English poet
  59. Mitchell, Clarence Blair
  60. Mitchell, Anna V. S.
  61. Mott, John R. --- Y.M.C.A.
  62. Morgan, J. P.
  63. Nettleton, George H. --- Professor of English, Yale University
  64. Newlands, Francis G. --- U.S. Senate, Nevada
  65. Norton, Charles D. --- Secretary to President Taft
  66. Orr, William --- Y.M.C.A.
  67. Osler, William --- Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford
  68. Osborn, Minnott --- Secretary's and Bursar's Offices, Yale University
  69. Ostlander, H. J. --- Treasurer's Office, Yale University
  70. Overman, Lee --- U. S. Senate, North Carolina
  71. Peabody, Endicott --- Headmaster, Groton School
  72. Pepper, George Wharton --- U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania
  73. Perkins, George C. --- U.S. Senate, California
  74. Perry, James DeWolf --- Bishop of Rhode Island
  75. Peters, Andrew J. --- U.S. House of Representatives, Massachusetts
  76. Phelps, William Lyon --- Professor of English, Yale University
  77. Pritchett, Henry S. --- Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  78. Putnam, Herbert --- Librarian of Congress
  79. Reed, Edward Bliss --- Y.M.C.A.
  80. Reid, Elizabeth Mills
  81. Reilly, Thomas L. --- U.S. House of Representatives, Connecticut
  82. Rhinelander, Philip M. --- Bishop of Pennsylvania
  83. Riley, James Whitcomb --- American poet
  84. Robinson, Edgar M. --- Y.M.C.A
  85. Rockefeller, John D. Jr. --- General and International Education Boards
  86. Rockefeller, William G. --- Standard Oil of New York
  87. Root, Elihu
  88. Roosevelt, Theodore --- The Outlook
  89. Rose, Wycliffe --- General Education Board
  90. Rosenwald, Julius
  91. Ross, Robert S. --- Y.M.C.A
  92. Royce, Josiah
  93. Sakai, Barnabas
  94. Sallerton, Henry H. --- Bishop of Washington
  95. Saltonstall, Leverett --- U.S. Senate, Massachusetts
  96. Scott, John R. K. --- U.S. House of Representatives, Pennsylvania
  97. Seymour, George Dudley
  98. Sharp, William Graves --- U.S. Ambassador to France
  99. Small, John --- U.S. House of Representatives, North Carolina
  100. Smoot, Reed --- U.S. Senate, Utah
  101. Spencer, Seldon P. --- U.S. Senate, Missouri
  102. Straight, Willard
  103. Sumner, William Graham --- Yale University
  104. Taft, William Howard --- President of the United States, Supreme Court Justice
  105. Taylor, James M. --- President, Vassar College
  106. Tilson, John Q. --- U.S. House of Representatives, Connecticut
  107. Treadway, Allen --- U.S. House of Representatives, Massachusetts
  108. Vanderbilt, Cornelius
  109. Vickry, Charles V. --- Russian Refugee Relief
  110. Wadsworth, James W. Jr. --- U.S. Senate, New York
  111. Warren, Francis E. --- U.S. Senate, Wyoming
  112. Washington, Booker T.
  113. Welch, Lewis S.
  114. Wetmore, George Peabody --- U.S. Senate, Rhode Island
  115. White, Henry --- Paris Peace Conference (World War I)
  116. Wilder, Amos P. --- Yale-in-China
  117. Wilson, Woodrow --- President, Princeton University
  118. Wolo, Phejono Gbe --- Liberian official
SELECT LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS, 1950-1957
  1. Marshall, Thurgood --- NAACP Legal Defense Fund
  2. Massey, Vincent --- Governor-General of Canada
  3. Meyer, Eugene --- Washington Post
  4. Mitchell, Clarence Blair
  5. Paton, Alan --- South African novelist
  6. Pierson, George W. --- Historian of Yale University
  7. Roosevelt, Eleanor
  8. Smith, H. Alexander --- U.S. Senate, New Jersey
  9. Sparkman, John --- U.S. Senate, Alabama
  10. Tolstoy, Alexandra (Countess) --- Tolstoy Foundation
  11. Van Dusen, Henry --- Union Theological Seminary
  12. Wilkins, Roy

List of Published Writings of Dr. Stokes on the Negro and Race Relations

  1. Introductions to various reports of the Phelps-Stokes Fund edited by Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones on Negro Education in the United States (2 volumes) Department of the Interior, Washington, D. C. 1916; Education in Africa, London, 1921; Education in East Africa, New York, 1925; and The Navajo Indian Problem, New York, 1939.
  2. Human Improvability, Founder's Day Address at Hampton Institute, January 29, 1922; reprinted from The Southern Workman.
  3. "Confidential Memorandum for the Trustees of the Phelps-Stokes Fund regarding Dr. Carter G. Woodson's Criticisms of Dr. Thomas Jesse Jones", New York City, 1924.
  4. "Cooperation for Africa and Africans," address at Le Zoute Conference, in The Christian Mission in Africa, London, 1926.
  5. "The International Influence of General Armstrong", address at Hampton Institute, published in The Southern Workman, July 1928.
  6. Foreword to William Henry Jones' The Housing of Negroes in Washington D. C., Washington, D. C., 1929 - a book published under the auspices of the Interracial Committee of the Washington Federation of Churches, of which Dr. Stokes was Chairman.
  7. Introduction to Monroe N. Work's Bibliography of the Negro in Africa and America, New York, 1928.
  8. Introduction to Dr. Edwin E. Smith's Aggrey of Africa, American edition, 193[?].
  9. "Report to the Washington Federation of Churches Recommending that Qualified Negro Churches and their Pastors be Admitted to Full Membership in the Federation", February 2, 1930.
  10. "Twenty Years Work of the Phelps-Stokes Fund," in Twenty-Year Report of the Phelps-Stokes Fund, 1911-1931, New York, 1931.
  11. Introduction to Benjamin Brawley's Doctor Dillard of the Jeanes Fund, New York, 1930.
  12. "Mr. Taft and Mr. Kelsey - Hampton's Heritage", The Southern Workman, March, 1931.
  13. Report of Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes on Education, Native Welfare and Race Relations in East and South Africa, Carnegie Corporation, New York, 1934.
  14. "How We Can Create More Christian Attitudes and Practices in Race Relations in Washington" in Report of the Conference on the Betterment of Race Relations in Washington, D. C., February 12, 1935.
  15. A Brief Biography of Booker Washington, Hampton Institute Press, 1936; enlarged from article in Dictionary of American Biography.
  16. Doctor Dillard as a Bridge Builder: Remarks at the Complimentary Dinner to Dr. Dillard on his 80th Birthday, Charlottesville, Virginia, October 26, 1936.
  17. "The Cultural Importance of Good Housing," April 18, 1936, a discussion before Conference on Better Housing among Negroes under auspices of Washington Committee on Housing, of which Dr. Stokes was Chairman.
  18. Art and the Color Line, Printed for the consideration of the Executive Committee of the D.A.R. and for the Marian Anderson Committee, Washington, D.C., October, 1939.
  19. "Negro Americans in Defense Industries" a statement of the Committee, of which he was Chairman, edited by Father La Farge and others, and published in the Congressional Record for Wednesday, May 7, 1941, by Hon. Thomas H. Eliot of Massachusetts.
  20. Atlantic Charter and Africa from an American standpoint, Dr. Stokes as Chairman of the Committee on Africa, the War, and Peace Aims, wrote and edited the Introduction and most of the report, New York City, 1942; Revised Edition, 1943.
  21. "Africa and Enduring Peace", summary of address at the Conference on African Affairs, Otterbein, June, 1942, in Christian Action in Africa, New York, 1942.
  22. "Committee on the Negro American in Defense Industries" [a report of progress], Journal of Negro Education, Spring Number, 1944.
  23. Phelps-Stokes Fund Policy, a mimeographed historical study in relation to Foundation trends and Negro needs, April, 1944.
  24. Encyclopedia of the Negro - Preparatory Volume with Reference Lists and Reports, Introduction to report, prepared under the auspices of the Board of Directors of the Encyclopedia of the Negro of which Dr. Stokes was Chairman, New York, 1944; Revised Edition, New York, 1946.
  25. "American Race Relations in War Time", Christian News Letter, London, December 27, 1944. Revised and enlarged for the Journal of Negro Education, Vol. XIV, No. 4. Fall of 1945.
  26. Chapters XV on "The Church and Slavery" and XVII on "Problems of Adjustment in Fields of Racial and Religious Restriction" in forthcoming volumes on Church and State in the United States.
Title
Guide to the Anson Phelps Stokes Family Papers
Status
Under Revision
Author
compiled by Katharine Morton
Date
October 1972
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