Frank O. and Daisy Beck papers, 1890-1969C168

A Guide to their papers at the Indiana University Archives

Finding aid created by: Finding aid prepared by Carrie Schwier.

Creator Beck, Frank Orman.
Title: Frank O. and Daisy Beck papers
Dates: 1890-19691910-1969
Quantity: 9.6 cubic feet11 boxes
Abstract: Retiring from long careers in urban ministry and social work in 1934, Indiana University alumni Frank O. Beck and his wife Daisy returned to their alma mater to serve as unofficial counselors to the student body and the administration. Collection consists of correspondence, research, publications, biographical material, and records relating to their gift of Beck Chapel. Prominent in the collection are Frank's research and writing on race relations, aging, and social and economic equality in Chicago.
Language: Materials are in English
Repository: Indiana University Archives

Biographical Note

Born July 18, 1872 on a farm near Germantown (Wayne County, Indiana), Frank Orman Beck came to Indiana University as a student in 1890, receiving his A.B. in 1894 and A.M. in 1895 both in comparative literature. As an undergraduate he wrote a series of editorials in The Indiana Daily Student which were instrumental in the organization of the Arbutus yearbook which began in 1894. He was a charter member (1892) of the university's chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity, and secretary for the YMCA.

While teaching part-time his senior year at Bloomington High School, he met then student Daisy Woodward– a native of Monroe County and direct descendent of Colonel John Ketcham, one of the original IU trustees. The two married on July 23, 1899 shortly after she received her A.B. degree from the University. That fall the two moved to Boston, where she attended the New England Conservatory of Music and he Boston and Harvard Universities. He later went on earn a theology degree from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from Edinburgh University in Scotland.

Upon their return to the United States in 1912, the Becks settled in Chicago where Frank spent over 25 years serving as a teacher, minister, and social worker. He served as a professor at the Garrett Biblical Institute of Northwestern University, minister of the Wabash Avenue Methodist Church in the infamous First Ward on the fringe of The Loop, the first survey director for the Chicago Welfare department, the executive secretary of the Chicago Inter-Church World Movement and worked with Jane Adams in Hull House and in the missions along Skid Row. Drawing from each of these experiences, in 1956 he published the book Hobohemia.

Retiring in 1934, Frank and Daisy returned to their alma mater where neither held official positions at the university, but rather served as unofficial counselors to the student body and the administration. In 1937, at the request of President Wells, Frank Beck began work to organize what would become the University Committee on Religion which consisted of representatives from various religious faiths and sought to ease prejudice with tolerance and understanding. The related Student Religious Cabinet formed shortly thereafter. As the programs grew, the Beck's began a nearly twenty year campaign to build a place of worship on campus for those of all faiths, and in 1957 thanks in large part to their own donation Beck Chapel was dedicated. The chapel houses the symbols of the Christian, Jewish, Buddhist and Muslim faiths. Until his death, Frank served as the chapel Curator, presiding over the weddings of numerous students.

While working with Indiana University's religious programs, Beck was also extensively involved with community concerns such as issues effecting the elderly and race relations. Beck founded the Borrowed Time Club for senior citizens in 1949 which sought to combat the widely accepted notion of the social uselessness of the elderly, and was the first chair of the State Commission on the Aged and the Aging. In 1965 Beck was recognized by the state of Indiana for his work on behalf of senior citizens. In 1959 following on the path of his previous work for social and racial equality in Chicago, Beck published Some Aspects of Race Relations at Indiana University.

Frank preceded his wife in death on August 17, 1968, at the age of 96, and she followed nearly four years later on April 24, 1972 at the age of 95.

Scope and Content Note

The Frank O. and Daisy Beck papers span the period 1890-1969, with the bulk of the records created in the years 1910-1969. The collection is organized into five series: Biographical materials, Publications and research, Indiana University, Professional associations and activities, and Correspondence.

The Biographical materials (1899-1966) contain documents related to Frank and Daisy's personal life such as biographical clippings, a notebook from Frank's study at Harvard University, a dairy Daisy kept during travels through Europe, and of particular note a family genealogical manuscript tracing the lineage of Col. John Ketcham, one of the original IU Trustees.

In the second series Publications and research (1890-1967), Daisy and Frank Beck's publications are divided into two separate sub-series. Those of Daisy Beck's (1911-1962) consist of published copies of articles, manuscripts, related correspondence and reviews. Of particular note here is Once Over Lightly: An Indiana University Story a humorous collection of historical stories tracing the early development of Indiana University. The second sub-series consists of Frank Beck's publications and research (1890-1967) and consists primarily of correspondence, manuscripts, and copies of three of his published books – My Home Town (1958), Hobohemia (1957),and Some Aspects of Race Relations at Indiana University (1962). This sub-series also contain numerous research related subject files which contain collected newspaper clippings, newsletters and pamphlets on a variety of subjects, and research notes, possibly for his sermons or publications. A large amount of material here, relates to his research on aging and on the rights of the elderly, as well as on civil rights and race relations.

The Indiana University (1919-1967) series is further organized into two subseries. The first, Beck Chapel (1944-1967), consists of materials documenting Frank and Daisy Beck's involvement in gaining approval for the construction and design of the chapel on the campus and for the mission of the chapel as a symbol of religious unity. Of particular interest here are correspondence and drawings and specifications relating to the architectural design of the chapel as well as a scrapbook documenting the early years of the chapels existence. The second sub-series, General (1919-1961), contains files documenting Frank Beck's involvement on the university campus in various capacities. Of particular note here are files relating to his involvement as an advisor with the various religious entities on campus, such as the University Committee on Religion and the Student Religious Cabinet. Others records document Beck's involvement with the Student Government Committee, a predecessor to the official organization of student government; the Town Hall Club, a student organization which sought to bring social and political problems up for discussion in public forums; and the Student Refugee Committee which sought to sponsor European WWII refugees so that I might attend Indiana University. Topical files of interest include those on the Japanese Student Relocation in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor as well as the Chicago Reconciliation trips for university students which sought to broaden understanding between those of different races and nationalities.

The Professional associations and activities (1916-1969) series consists of those records pertaining to Frank Beck's activities outside of Indiana University. These include files relating to Beck's interest in aging such as participation in the Borrowed Time Club, the Indiana State Commission on the Aged and the Aging, and the Indiana School of Religion, as well as his tenure as Director of the Chicago Reconciliation Tours.

Finally, the Correspondence series (1899-1967) primarily consists of personal correspondence with family members and Frank Beck's former students at Indiana University. In reference to family members, of particular note is correspondence with Willard and Minnie Beck and Lois Lucile Cook who were also actively involved in the ministry of the Methodist Church. Correspondence with students focused mostly upon their lives following the university as well as how their involvement with the Student Religious Cabinet impacted their future endeavors and their outlook upon their surrounding communities. Other notable correspondents include numerous former students who were deployed stateside and overseas during the Second World War, including Christmas cards from Saul J. Abraham while stationed in Hawaii, a letter from Robert and Meg Dyer in October 1945 which poignantly describes the celebrations in a small northern town in Wisconsin the day that the war ended, and from David Griggs and Albert Losche who describe the post-war occupation of Germany.


The collection is organized into five series: Biographical materials, Publications and research, Indiana University, Professional associations and activities, and Correspondence.


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Related Material

The following were removed and processed as their own separate collections:

C430, Student Religious Cabinet records

C431, Student Government Committee records

Numerous photographs from the Beck Chapel scrapbook as well as several loose photographs were pulled and added to the photographs collection.

See also, the Student Religious Cabinet records, Collection C430 and Collection C431, the Student Government Committee records.

Subject Headings


Beck, Daisy Woodward, 1876-1972 --Archives.
Beck, Daisy Woodward, 1876-1972 --Correspondence.
Beck, Daisy Woodward, 1876-1972.
Beck, Frank Orman --Archives.
Beck, Frank Orman --Correspondence.
Beck, Frank Orman --Hobohemia.
Beck, Frank Orman --My home town.
Beck, Frank Orman --Some aspects of race relations at Indiana University.

Corporate Bodies

Beck Chapel (Indiana University, Bloomington) --Archives.
Beck Chapel (Indiana University, Bloomington) --History --20th century --Sources.
Beck Chapel (Indiana University, Bloomington) --Records and correspondence.
Indiana University --Alumni and alumnae --Archives.


African Americans --Indiana --Bloomington.
Aging --Research.


Chicago (Ill.) --Social conditions.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Item], Frank O. and Daisy Beck papers, Collection C168, Indiana University Archives, Bloomington.

Acquisition Information

Accession Information: 0814, 0886

Processing Information

Processed by Carrie Schwier.

Completed in 2011

Updated by Kate Duneman in 2018

Table of Contents

Biographical materials 1899-1966undated

Publications and research 1890-1967undated

Indiana University 1919-1967undated

Professional associations and activities 1916-1969undated

Correspondence 1899-1967undated

Biographical materials 1899-1966 undated
box 1 Biographical Clippings 1912-1966
box 1 Commencement Program (Daisy Woodward Beck) 1899
box 1 Diary 1932
box 1 "Elizabeth Ann's Grandparents" [Family genealogy manuscript] undated
box 1 European Trip (Daisy Beck's Letters, impressions, etc.) undated
box 1 Garrett Biblical Institute, Northwestern University (2 folders) 1940-1947
box 1 Library Card ( Daisy Woodward Beck) – Public Library of Boston 1899
box 1 Literature [Frank Beck's Harvard University Notebook] undated
box 1 Presentation of the Portrait of Dr. Beck program 1965
box 1 Property 1934
box 1 Scrapbook 1893-1965 (2 folders)
box 1 Travel Documents 1921-1935
Publications and research 1890-1967 undated
Daisy Beck 1911-1962 undated
box 1 All the Years Were Grand
box 1 Correspondence 1948-1954 (2 folders)
box 1 Newspaper Reports 1951
box 1 Anent the Scott Feminine 1913
box 1 Annals of a Simple Woman undated
box 1 Blonde Betty Takes Over undated
box 1 An Excursion to a Scottish Fishing Village 1912
box 1 A Grand Old Family undated
box 1 Miscellaneous Articles and List of Manuscripts Published undated
box 1 My Blue Suit Goes Places 1937
box 1 Notes and Sketches ca. 1911
box 1 Once Over Lightly: An Indiana University Story 1962 undated
box 1 Manuscript undated
box 1 Notes and Correspondence undated
box 1 Paperback 1962
(Copy available in Archives Reading Room)
box 1 Newspaper Reviews 1962
box 1 Two on a Tour: Sunday in a Border Town undated
Frank Beck 1890-1967 undated
box 1 The Advance The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 1938
box 1 Aging 1902-1963
box 2 Aging 1902-1967 (15 folders)
box 2 Aging – Health Tips 1940-1965 (2 folders)
box 2 Aging – Hobbies 1952-1961
box 3 Aging – Workers 1953-1960
box 3 Alcoholism 1942-1966
box 3 Americanization, Immigration and Race Relations 1914-1942 (4 folders)
(Student papers redacted for Privacy)
box 3 Animals 1940‑1950
box 3 Army Song Book 1941
box 3 Bible, 1894‑1923
box 3 Chicago 1936, undated
box 3 Christian Associations undated
box 3 "The Church at the Hub" undated
box 3 The City 1912-1934 (2 folders)
box 3 City Planning 1919-1924
box 3 Civic Education undated
box 3 Civil Rights 1935-1952
box 3 Communism 1938, undated
box 3 Daughters (Training of) 1913-1934
box 3 Death 1955-1963
box 3 Divorce 1961-1966
box 3 Edinburgh Materials, 1890- 1950s
box 3 Egypt 1961-1964
box 3 Eugenics undated
box 3 European Trip (Notes on) undated
box 3 Father Coughlin, Huey Long 1930-1939
box 3 Germantown 1947-1965
box 3 Handicaps 1930-1942
box 3 Hobohemia 1955-1958 undated
box 3 Clippings and drafts 1934, undated
box 3 Rough draft undated (2 folders)
box 4 Manuscript 1955
box 4 Related Correspondence and Reviews 1955-1958 (2 folders)
box 4 Hard‑back book 1957
box 4 Immigrants 1930-1965
box 4 Issue of Civil Liberties at Indiana University undated
box 4 Japan undated
box 4 "A Lady Rip Van Winkle" undated
box 4 Marriage 1957-1963
box 4 Mental Attitudes undated
box 4 Militancy 1905-1917
box 4 Miscellaneous Notes, Clippings, and drafts 1923-1964 (5 folders)
box 4 My Home Town
box 4 Manuscript and Related Correspondence 1957
box 4 Published paperbacks 1958
box 4 Nuclear Radiation (Protection against) undated
box 4 Notes for speeches, Articles, etc. undated
box 4 Paris, France 1920
box 4 Philosophers and Their Philosophies undated
box 4 Population undated
box 4 Post-World War I Years 1918-1923
box 4 Preaching (Open-Air) 1914-1930
box 4 Prohibition 1914-1946
box 4 Prostitution 1912-1936
box 4 Psychological Articles undated
box 4 Published Articles 1918 undated
box 5 Publication Correspondence 1914-1964
box 5 Radio Broadcast Transcripts 1941-1950
box 5 Range Finders in Spotting Life's Target from the YMCA 1941
box 5 Religious History 1934-1952
box 5 Retirement 1948-1961 (3 folders)
box 5 Small Colleges 1934-1935
box 5 Sociology undated
box 5 Some Aspects of Race Relations at Indiana University 1957-1960 undated
box 5 Rough Draft 1959-1960
box 5 Manuscript undated
box 5 Comments 1957-1959
box 5 Published paperback 1959
box 5 "A Study in Biography Indicating a Tendancy Among the Hebrews to Idealize Character" 1901
box 5 Sweden undated
box 5 "Ten Years: The Record of Religion at Indiana University 1947
box 5 War undated
Indiana University 1919-1967 undated
Beck Chapel 1944-1967 undated
box 5 Architecture
box 5 General 1957-1961
box 5 Specifications 1955-1958
box 5 Chapel Papers undated
box 5 A Chapel for Indiana University undated
box 5 The Indiana University Chapel: Its Locations undated
box 5 The Indiana University Chapel: It's Architecture undated
box 5 The Indiana University Chapel: Its Purpose undated
box 5 Correspondence, Clippings, and drafts 1950-1966 (7 folders)
box 6 Correspondence, Clippings, and drafts 1950-1966 (3 folders)
box 6 Dedication Program 1957
box 6 Endowment 1964-1967
box 6 Inter-religious clippings and General Pamphlets undated
box 6 Miscellaneous Notes and Clippings 1944-1964
box 6 Scrapbook undated
(Photographs Removed)
General 1919-1961 undated
box 6 Chapel Colloquy 1940-1958
box 6 Chapel Guild 1948-1950 (2 folders)
box 6 Chicago Reconciliation Trips (IU Students) 1935-1936
box 6 Commission on Peace Education and Action 1937-1940
box 6 Compton, Arthur H. - Visit 1941
box 6 Far East Student Emergency Fund undated
box 6 Foreign Students 1964-1965
box 6 Freedom of Thought undated
box 6 Hillel Banner 1943
box 6 Hillel Foundation 1938-1958
box 6 Integration at Indiana University 1940-1941
box 6 Japanese Student Relocation 1942
Includes "Outcasts!: The Story of America's Treatment of Her Japanese-American Minority" by Caleb Foote
box 6 Miscellaneous drafts and brochures 1936-1938; undated
box 6 Open Forum (I.U.) 1933‑1947 (3 folders)
box 6 Protestant Council 1950
box 6 Race Relations 1937-1960 (6 folders)
box 6 Religion 1919-1959 (2 folders)
box 7 Religion 1919-1959 (4 folders)
box 7 Religion, University Committee on
box 7 General
box 7 1936-1961
box 7 1936-1948
box 7 1936-1949
box 7 1937-1944
box 7 1937‑1961
box 7 1939‑1960
box 7 Annual Reports 1939-1943
box 7 Correspondence 1935-1941
box 7 Survey Committee 1938
box 7 Religious Activities at I.U. 1936-1951
box 7 General
box 7 1936-1951
box 7 1937-1947
box 7 Clippings 1940-1945
box 7 Roger Williams Foundation undated
box 7 Student Government 1940-1941
box 7 "Student Government," Maynard Unger 1947
box 7 Student Refugee Committee
box 7 General
box 7 1938-1941
box 7 1942-1943
box 7 1944-1947
box 7 Lina and Lisa Hahner 1948
box 7 Olga Meyer 1942
box 7 Student Religious Cabinet 1938-1951 (2 folders)
(Photo Removed)
box 7 Town Hall Club 1936-1942
box 7 Veteran Students undated
box 7 Voice, The (Weekly Publication of the Student Religious Cabinet and the University Committee on Religion) 1939‑1943
box 7 Wesley Foundation 1946-1948
box 7 Wilkie Interfaith Fellowship 1945
box 7 Y‑Angle Clippings 1949
box 7 Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) 1942
Professional associations and activities 1916-1969 undated
box 7 American Friends Service Committee undated
box 7 Bear Wallow Hostel and Yellowwood Trail 1961-1962
box 7 Borrowed Time Club 1949-1969
box 7 General 1949-1966
box 7 Correspondence 1951-1966
box 7 Minutes 1949-1969 (2 folders)
box 7 Bloomington Senior Citizens 1961; undated
box 8 Channing Club 1944-1959
box 8 Chicago Reconciliation Trips 1930-1935
box 8 Correspondence 1930-1935
box 8 1930-1936
box 8 1931-1935
box 8 Flyers 1931-1933
box 8 Chicago - Supervised Fieldwork Committee 1921-1923
box 8 Conference on the Training of Home Mission Leadership 1924 1921-1923
box 8 Directors of Training Conference undated
box 8 Indiana School of Religion 1916-1962 (5 folders)
box 8 Indiana State Commission on Aging and the Aged 1956-1963 (3 folders)
box 8 Lecture/Sermon programs 1890-1949
box 8 Methodist Church (local and state)
box 8 1948-1954
box 8 1954-1961
Correspondence 1899-1967 undated
box 8 General A-B 1917-1965
box 8 Abraham, Lt. Saul J. 1939-1942
box 8 Adler, Philip Jr. 1957-1965
box 8 Aiken, Curtis 1964-1967
box 8 Allen, Theodora 1958
box 8 American Friends Service Committee 1940-1952
box 8 American Youth Hostels, Inc. 1951-1956
box 8 Anti-Cigarette League of America, (including Clean Life ArmyA.C.L. Button) 1919
box 8 Appleby, Bob 1943 undated
box 8 Atkinson, Capt. Delbert Vern 1941-1946
box 8 Aurora College 1934-1935
box 8 Bartlett, E.H. 1935-1936
box 8 Bassett, Margaret Ann 1937-1954
box 8 Beck, Amanda (mother) 1929
box 8 Beck, Daisy 1907-1936 undated
box 8 Beck, Willard E. and Minnie 1930-1962 undated
box 9 Behr, Karl 1935-1939
box 9 Bennett, Sgt. Harold F. 1942-1956
box 9 Blashfield, Floyd 1938-1948
box 9 Bogue, Robert 1934
box 9 Briggs, Frank R. 1942
box 9 Briscoe, Herman T. 1940-1941
box 9 Brown, Jessica 1936-1937
box 9 Burch, Evelyn 1941-1961
box 9 Burke, Avis 1944-1964
box 9 General C 1934-1962 undated
box 9 Callahan, P.H. 1937
box 9 Canaham, Edwin D. 1940-1941
box 9 Carrell, Ruth Armstrong 1940-1941
box 9 Cheng, Frank 1956-1958
box 9 Clark, Hubert Ellis 1938-1946
box 9 Class of 1894 Memorial - Correspondence 1947
box 9 Clayton, Carolyn 1961
box 9 Cook, Lois Lucile Schergert 1922-1957 undated
box 9 Coons, Helen undated
box 9 Cranston, Earl 1909-1910
box 9 Creager, Grace 1939
box 9 General D-E 1935-1967 undated
box 9 Davis, Chester 1945-1949
box 9 Dearring, Edgar 1941-1950
box 9 Director of Forums 1938-1940
box 9 Doty, Lee D. 1934-1936
box 9 Dudley, Margery 1940-1944
box 9 Duffendack, Omer 1928-1938
box 9 Dwyer, Robert A. and Meg 1941-1945
box 9 Edwin, John undated
box 9 Ellenboger, Pvt. Eric 1943
box 9 Ellingsworth, James R. 1942
box 9 General F-G 1900-1965 undated
box 9 Family Alter League 1919
box 9 Fedler, Janet 1944
box 9 Fellowship of Reconciliation 1940-1941
box 9 First Methodist Church, Bloomington 1934-1966
box 9 Fleming, Pvt. Warren 1943
box 9 Foster, O.D. 1934-1956 undated
box 9 Frank, Bob 1941-1942
box 9 Gage, Carl 1934-1935
box 9 Gemmer, Robert 1942-1949
box 9 Gilkey, Charles W. 1941-1942
box 9 Glass, Mira - Cosmopolitan Club 1942
box 9 Glassner, Pvt. Myron S. 1942
box 9 Glenn, Jean 1941
box 9 Gore, Pvt. William J. 1944-1946
box 9 Gottschall, Newton 1941
box 9 Green, R. Edwin 1939-1940
box 9 Greenwald, Rabbi Milton 1946
box 9 Greer, Frank R. 1940-1941
box 9 Griggs, David 1946-1948
box 9 Griggs, Pvt. Harry 1946-1947
box 9 Grunfeld, Pvt. Rudulph 1941
box 9 General H 1908-1966
box 9 Hall, Donna 1944-1949
box 9 Hawkins, Mary 1941-1958
box 9 Heiser, Ben H. 1935-1953
box 9 Hess, F. Eugene 1945-1947
box 9 Hill, Pvt. Martin Lyons 1943
box 9 Hiser, W.S. 1939-1951
box 9 Hodapp, Leroy 1962-1965
box 9 Howard, Mary Agnes 1944
box 9 Hudelson, Edna Frazer 1956
box 9 General I-K 1912-1966 undated
box 9 Imes, Ralph 1940-1950
box 9 Indiana Memorial Union 1938-1967
box 9 Indiana University Foundation 1965-1967
box 9 Inman Family 1914-1965 undated
box 9 Jackman, Edna Schultz 1941
box 9 Jaenicken, Frederick H. 1934-1951 undated
box 9 Johnson, Reverend William J. 1919
box 9 Jones, Walter A. 1940
box 9 Katter, Carol 1948
box 9 Keating, Winifred 1934
box 9 Kellogg, Hiram W. ca. 1904
box 9 Kepler, Helen 1949-1962
box 9 Kralis, Lieut. Frank ca. 1944
box 9 General L 1906-1962 undated
box 9 Lasbury, Mrs. Edwin 1959-1961
box 9 Laury, Raymond H. 1940-1942
box 9 Ledheller, Marth 1942-1946
box 9 Leslie, Albert C. 1944
box 9 Leslie, Ronald 1910-1917
box 9 Lindquist, Margaret 1946-1947
box 9 Littell, Guy 1951 undated
box 9 Losche, Corp. Albert 1943-1950
box 9 General M 1909-1965
box 9 Marston, Al 1950-1958 undated
box 9 Martin, Charlotte 1936-1946
box 9 Maurer, Ethel 1950
box 9 Maurer, Mrs. William F. 1945-1946
box 9 McAlister, A.W. ca. 1912
box 9 McConnel, T.J. 1910
box 9 McDowell, William F. 1912
box 9 McKown, E.M. 1940
box 9 Meacham, Paul L. 1939-1942
box 9 Methodist Book Concern 1912-1940
box 9 Methodist Federation for Social Service 1939-1940
box 9 Meyer, Lt. Max 1940-1943
box 9 Midwest Council on Speakers on International Relations 1937-1938
box 9 Mid-West Institute of International Relations 1935-1936
box 9 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 2 folders 1910-1966 undated
box 9 Moeckel, Marie 1934-1936
box 9 Moore, Aubrey 1941-1946
box 9 Moore, Jeanne Ann 1943-1945
box 9 Moore, John Edward 1943-1947
box 9 Moores Hill College – Related Correspondence 1904-1907
box 9 Moran, Betty and Dick 1943
box 9 Mount, Huston ca. 1943
box 9 General N-P 1912-1965 undated
box 9 National Christian Mission 1940
box 9 National College of Education 1934
box 9 National Conference of Christians and Jews 1940-1947
box 9 Nesmith, Anna C. 1925-1964
box 9 Nicholson, Thomas 1911-1914
box 9 Norris, 2nd Lt. Charles R. ca. 1942
box 9 Northcraft, Clifford 1950
box 9 Olofson, Andy and Betty 1940-1944
box 9 Palmer, Charles 1936-1937
box 9 Patrick, J.E. 1944-1965
box 9 Phillips, George 1934-1947
box 9 Pierce, Robert B. 1952-1963
box 9 General R 1915-1967
box 9 Ragatz, B.J. 1960-1963
box 9 Rand, Sally 1931-1932
box 9 Rawlings, Lola D. 1962
box 9 Reconciliation Trips 1934-1941
box 9 Rees, Mary 1941
box 9 Refugee Related 1939-1941
box 9 Reid, Richard 1952-1958
box 9 Reitman, Rose 1933-1936
box 10 Rock River Annual Conference, Board of Conference Claimants 1937-1944
box 10 Rosenthal, Alice 1941
box 10 General S 1912-1965 undated
box 10 Schricker, Henry F. 1938-1940
box 10 Scott, Roland 1942
box 10 Sears, Louis 1935
box 10 Shafer, Alvia Beck 1899-1952 undated
box 10 Sheridan, Thomas E. 1947-1966
box 10 Sigma Epsilon Theta 1939
box 10 Sigma Nu Fraternity 1938-1965 undated
box 10 Smith, Pvt. Dwight L. 1943-1945
box 10 Smith, Robert Morris 1949-1952
box 10 State Young Men's Christian Association 1945-1946
box 10 Stein, Rose 1956-1959
box 10 Stephenson, Robert and Elizabeth 1936-1947
box 10 Strain, Julia 1942-1948
box 10 Student Government 1963
box 10 Student in Military Service – Addresses undated
box 10 Sturgeon, Robert 1937-1943
box 10 General T-V 1935-1966 undated
box 10 Thomas, Norman 1938-1939
box 10 Tiemeyer, Delores 1949-1950
box 10 Trippet, Sanford 1955-1962 undated
box 10 Ulmet, A. A. 1960 undated
box 10 Vincent, John H. 1897-1904
box 10 Visher, PFC John 1943-1952
box 10 Volpert, Pvt. James F. 1943
box 10 General W-Z 1912-1965 undated
box 11 Walker, John 1917-1948
box 11 Waltz, Ralph 1942-1943
box 11 Wasoske, Mary 1941
box 11 Wayfarers Lodger No. 1001 1941
box 11 Wedding Invitations – Miscellaneous 1941-1943 undated
box 11 Wells, Herman B 1935-1955
box 11 Wilkinson, Dolores Grice 1939-1945
box 11 Wilson, Ray C. 1944-1945
box 11 Wright, Grace 1939
box 11 Young American Wants to Help 1941
box 11 Young, Jack 1950-1961 undated
box 11 Young Men's Christian Association 1941-1946
box 11 Zuppman, Edith Evans 1941-1944