Charles Horace Hamilton Papers 1930-1967

Creator
Hamilton, C. Horace (Charles Horace), 1901-1977
Size
8.5 linear feet
Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Call number
MC 00159

The Charles Horace Hamilton Papers documents his career as professor and chair of the Department of Rural Sociology at North Carolina State College. The collection describes Hamilton's research, writings, university career, and participation in professional organizations. His main interests were higher education, population and migration, rural families, rural health care and standards of living, and statistics. This collection also contains a manuscript by the Federal Writers Project titled "Gamblers All," detailing the history of tobacco and tobacco workers in North Carolina. It is believed that this manuscript is unpublished.

C. Horace (Charles Horace) Hamilton (1901-1977) taught rural sociology at North Carolina State College from 1931 to 1936 and from 1940 to 1960.

Biographical/historical note

Charles Horace Hamilton was born on June 10, 1901 on a farm near Waco, Texas. He received his A.B. degree from Southern Methodist University in 1923, and received a masters degree from Texas A&M in 1925. Hamilton spent a year teaching at Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas, followed by a year completing a teaching fellowship at the University of North Carolina. He then researched the rural church at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and completed a Social Science Research Council Fellowship at Harvard University from 1930 to 1931. Hamilton received a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of North Carolina in 1932.

His career with North Carolina State College began in 1931, when he started conducting research and teaching courses in rural sociology. Hamilton returned to Texas A&M in 1936 to teach and research rural sociology. In 1940, he was chosen to head the new Department of Rural Sociology at North Carolina State College, and he served as Professor and Head until 1960.

Hamilton was an extremely active researcher and professor. He conducted research and taught extensively on issues relating to rural people, ranging from population growth and migration to education and health care. He published a number of books, monographs, articles, and reports. He was an active member of a number of professional organizations, including the Population Association of America, the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, and the American Sociological Association's Committee on Marriage and Divorce Statistics. Hamilton twice took leaves of absence of North Carolina State. He spent 15 months during the years of 1945 and 1946 in Chicago conducting studies on the social and economic aspects of hospitals in the United States. He spent the school year of 1959 - 1960 as a visiting professor of Rural Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

In 1958, Hamilton received the O. Max Gardner Award. In 1961, he was named a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor. Hamilton continued to teach at State until 1967. After leaving North Carolina State, Hamilton served as Associate Director of the Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina, until his retirement in 1971. In 1977, Hamilton was awarded the Watauga Medal, North Carolina State University's highest honor. Hamilton died on August 1, 1977.

Scope/content

This collection contains materials related to Hamilton's research interests, as well as those documenting his publications, university career, and membership in professional organizations. The materials date from 1930 to 1966. Research includes correspondence, reports, notes, and clippings related to Hamilton's research interests in rural sociology. Writings includes Hamilton's published reports, articles, and brochures. University Career includes outlines, syllabi, tests, and lecture notes about courses taught during the time Hamilton was head of the Department of Rural Sociology. It also includes information about his year as a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Hamilton's vita and awards and honors received. Professional Organizations includes correspondence, reports, and other organizational information about the groups to which Hamilton belonged. "Gamblers All" is a single unpublished manuscript. It was produced by the Federal Writers Project in North Carolina in the late 1930s or early 1940s.

Physical description

17 archival boxes

Arrangement

The collection is organized into five series:

  • Research (alphabetical by topic)
  • Writings (alphabetical)
  • University Career
  • Professional Organizations
  • "Gamblers All" Manuscript

Use of these materials

North Carolina State University does not own copyright to this collection. Individuals obtaining materials from the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections Research Center are responsible for using the works in conformance with United States copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Charles Horace Hamilton Papers, MC 00159, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

Source of acquisition

Collection deposited in several different acquisitions over the period from 1972 to 1990. The collection was instigated by Maurice Toler, University Archivist, in 1971. Gift of Dr. Charles Horace Hamilton, 1972, 1974; gift of Mrs. C. Horace Hamilton, 1980; gift of S.C. Mayo and M.M. Sawhney, 1982; gift of Douglas Hunt, 1990; transfer from University Archives, College of Agriculture and Life Science, Sociology and Anthropology Record Group, 2004.

Gift of Dr. Charles Horace Hamilton, 1972, 1974; gift of Mrs. C. Horace Hamilton, 1980; gift of S. C. Mayo and M. M. Sawhney, 1982; gift of Douglas Hunt, 1990; transfer from University Archives, College of Agriculture and Life Science, Sociology and Anthropology Record Group, 2004.

Processing information

Processed by Valerie Gillispie;

Machine-readable finding aid created by Valerie Gillispie;

Updated by Aaron Cusick, 2009 November

Research 1932-1965 (MC 00159 Series 1)
Size: 1.25 linear feet

This series includes correspondence, recommendations, reports, surveys, memorandums, minutes, notes, articles, brochures, and clippings about Hamilton's research interests. Topics revolve around rural sociology and the living and health conditions of rural people. The series is organized alphabetically by topic.

2.5 archival boxes

African-American Population 1945-1964
Correspondence 1962-1964
Box 1, Folder 1
Surveys, Articles 1945-1950
Box 1, Folder 2
Clippings 1963-1964
Box 1, Folder 3
Fertility
Brochures, Clippings 1948-1952, undated
Box 1, Folder 4
Higher Education 1943-1965
Correspondence
Correspondence 1953-June 1962
Box 1, Folder 5
Correspondence July 1962-December 1962
Box 1, Folder 6
Correspondence 1963-1964
Box 1, Folder 7
Recommendations 1962
Box 1, Folder 8
Reports
Reports 1960
Box 1, Folder 9
Reports 1961-1964
Box 1, Folder 10
Surveys, Statistics 1959-1965
Box 1, Folder 11
Memorandums, Minutes 1962
Box 1, Folder 12
Articles 1964
Box 1, Folder 13
Brochures 1943, undated
Box 2, Folder 1
Clippings 1962-1964
Box 2, Folder 2
Booklets and Posters,
Booklets and Posters 1963, undated
Box 2, Folder 3
Oversized Posters
Flat folder 1
Occupations 1934-1951
Project Proposals undated
Box 2, Folder 4
Notes 1934
Box 2, Folder 5
Articles, Brochures 1950-1951, undated
Box 2, Folder 6
Rural Health and Insurance 1944-1958
Project Proposals 1953-1956
Box 2, Folder 7
Surveys 1944-1947
Box 2, Folder 8
Articles 1958, undated
Box 2, Folder 9
Brochures, Clippings
Brochures, Clippings 1952-1958
Box 2, Folder 10
Brochures, Clippings undated
Box 2, Folder 11
Oversized Insurance Certificate and Clippings
Flat folder 2
Rural Standards of Living 1932-1965
Correspondence
Correspondence January 1932-June 1932
Box 2, Folder 12
Correspondence July 1932-December 1932
Box 2, Folder 13
Reports and Proposals 1940-1955
Box 2, Folder 14
Surveys 1947
Box 2, Folder 15
Statistics 1940-1953
Box 3, Folder 1
Oversized Statistics Chart
Flat folder 3
Clippings 1948-1965
Box 3, Folder 2
Social Security 1958-1962
Correspondence 1958-1962, undated
Box 3, Folder 3
Interview Questionnaire and Instructions 1959
Box 3, Folder 4
Southern Population 1954-1965
Correspondence 1964-1965
Box 3, Folder 5
Articles, Clippings 1954-1955, undated
Box 3, Folder 6
Statistics 1954
Correspondence 1954
Box 3, Folder 7
Articles undated
Box 3, Folder 8
Writings 1930-1965 (MC 00159 Series 2)
Size: 0.6 linear feet

This series includes reports, articles, and brochures written by Hamilton. Topics revolve around rural sociology and the living and health conditions of rural people. The series is organized alphabetically by topic, then chronologically within each topic.

1.25 archival boxes

African-American Population
African American Population 1963
Box 3, Folder 9
Fertility
Fertility 1964
Box 3, Folder 10
Higher Education 1962
Higher Education January 1962
Box 3, Folder 11
Higher Education June and September 1962
Box 3, Folder 12
Higher Education undated
Box 3, Folder 13
Occupations
Occupations 1937-1951, undated
Box 3, Folder 14
Rural Health and Insurance 1945-1960
Rural Health and Insurance 1945-1951
Box 3, Folder 15
Rural Health and Insurance 1952-1954
Box 4, Folder 1
Rural Health and Insurance 1955-1960
Box 4, Folder 2
Rural Health and Insurance undated
Box 4, Folder 3
Rural Standards of Living
Rural Standards of Living 1930-1958
Box 4, Folder 4
Southern Population
Southern Population 1934-1965
Box 4, Folder 5
Statistics 1944-1965
Statistics 1944-1953
Box 4, Folder 6
Statistics 1954-1965, undated
Box 4, Folder 7
University Career 1933-1966 (MC 00159 Series 3)
Size: 1.9 linear feet

This series includes materials relating to courses taught in the Department of Rural Sociology during the years Hamilton was head of the department (1940 - 1960). The series includes information about Hamilton's year as a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1960 - 1961. Also included is information about the administrative structure of the Department of Rural Sociology at North Carolina State, lists of publications written by members of the faculty, Hamilton's vita, and Hamilton's awards and honors.

The following course descriptions are taken from North Carolina State College catalogs. Some courses have more than one course number, in which case all course numbers are listed (i.e. RS411/511). Each description is followed by a year in parentheses, indicating from which catalog the course description was taken.

RS201, Social Problems of Rural Life: Nature of rural society; family; community; farm labor; population trends; standards of living; land tenure; rural-urban differences; institutions and organizations; cooperation; housing; health and medical care; recreation and cultural activities; social security; international aspects; social planning for a better rural life. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS202/204, North Carolina Rural Life: Introduction to the specific patterns of rural living in North Carolina; structure and function of the groups in which North Carolina rural people participate; major social institutions and their related problems; and, organized efforts to improve community life in the state. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS225, Seminar on Research: no description available.

RS300, Extension Course in Community Organization: no description available.

RS301, Sociology of Rural Life: A systematic sociological analysis of the characteristics, insitutions and problems of rural life. Part I is a brief description of the basic concepts, theoretical framework and the method of analysis of institutions and problems. Part II consists of systematic analyses of the major social institutions and their respective problems. Part III portrays the role of the community as an area of institutional functioning and societal integration. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS300, Extension Course in Rural Sociology: no description available.

RS321, Introduction to Social Research: Elementary principles, methods and techniques in scientific social research. Includes planning, organization, preparing schedules and questionnaires, interviewing, sampling, simple forms of tabulation and chart making, and summarizing results. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS322, Introduction to (Rural) Social Work: History and outline of social work. Case work, child and family, medical and psychiatric aspects, probation and parole, public welfare and assistance, group social work, and community organization. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS411/511, Rural Population Problems: "The number and distribution in relation to natural resources; physical and demographic characteristics; marriage rates; natural increase; migration; morbidity; occupations; rural-urban comparisons; trends; and national policies." (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS412/512, Rural Family Living: Theories, problems, and surveys of rural standards and conditions of living. Forces and programs affecting present day standards. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS413/513, Community Organization: Community organization in North Carolina and other States; structure and size; institutions and service agencies; disorganization; techniques and methods of organization; leadership and the relation of organizations to State and National agencies. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS422/522, Social Aspects of Land Tenure: Character and history of different types of land tenure; origins and growth of farm tenancy in the United States; social correlatives of land tenure; landlord-tenant relationships; the farm leases; problem of ownership; farm mortgages; reform programs. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS432, Social Security of Rural People: Origin, extent, and character of rural poverty; types and extent of relief; problems of prevention; public policies and programs. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS441, Rural Social Pathology: Characteristic mental traits and attitudes of rural people in relation to social organization and social change. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS442, Rural Social Structure: Social structure is viewed in its two major dimensions: (1) vertically through the concepts of social stratification; and (2) horizontally as a set of basic social institutions interacting by means of a system of concrete social organizations. Particular attention is given to the place of the rural segment in the total social system. The bases of social cohesion which permit diversity within a functioning whole are examined. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS451/452, Statistical Analysis of Social Data: Sampling social data, rural surveys and testing methods; analysis of variance and relationships; population studies. Application to problems in the fields of sociology, psychology and education. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS460, Economic Aspects of Farm Tenancy: no description available.

RS523, (Sociological Analysis of) Land Tenure Systems: A systematic sociological analysis of the major agricultural land tenure systems of the world with major emphasis on the problems of family farm ownership and tenancy in the United States. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS531, Rural Standards of Living: Theories and surveys of rural standards of living. Forces and programs affecting present-day standards. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS532/632, The Rural Family: Historical forms and functions of rural family life; family activities and relationships; stages of family growth; the family-sized farm; effects of technical and economic changes on the rural family; national policies. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS533/633, The Rural Community: Human ecology; types of communities; historical trends; economic, cultural and psychological factors; solidarity and disorganization; special interest groups; service agencies; state and national relations; "Utopian" experiments; planning. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS534, Farmer's Movements: The origin, growth, and present status of such national farmers' organizations and movements as the Grange, the Farmers' Alliance, the Populist Revolt, the Farmers' Union, the Farm Bureau, the Society of Equity, the Non-partisan League and co-operative marketing. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS541, Social Agencies and Programs (please note, the course number RS541 was earlier assigned to Research in Rural Sociology): Study of social agencies and prgrams and their implementation through specific organizations in dynamic relation with the people whom they serve. Consideration is given to the relation of these agencies and programs to community structure and forces in rural society; coordination of the several types of agencies and programs; professional leadership in the local community; and, problems of stimulating local leadership and participation. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS541/542/543/641/642, Research in Rural Sociology (RS641 also called Statistics in Sociology): Objectives of research; the scientific method; planning; organization, and direction of rural studies; preparation of schedules, interviewing, editing, tabulation, and anlysis; field experience; preparation of research reports. (1945 - 1946 catalog)

RS460, Social Structure: no description available.

RS611: Research Methods in Sociology: Designed to give the student a mature insight into the nature of scientific research in sociology. Assesses the nature and purpose of research designs, the interrelationship of theory and research, the use of selected techniques and their relation to research designs, and the use of modern tabulation equipment in research. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS621: Rural Social Psychology: Treats the genetic development of the rural personality and the interrelationship of the individual and the rural society. Studies the social psychological factors related to rural leadership, morale, social organization, and social change, and examines the attitudes and opinions of rural people on current local and national issues. (1956 - 1957 catalog)

RS631, Population Analysis: Sources and characteristics of population data, problems in population data analysis, and a critical survey of important analytical studies and periodicals in the field. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS652, Comparative Rural Societies: Sociological analysis of rural societies around the world with particular reference to North and South America. In these societies special emphasis is given to cultural and physical setting, population and composition, levels of living, relations of the people to the land, structure and function of the major institutions, and forces making for change. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS652, Theory and Development of Rural Sociology: History of the field; theories and contributions of leading sociologists; critical review of current literature; preparation of outlines on specific subjects. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS663, Social Aspects of Agricultural Programs: The study of agricultural programs as implemented by organizations in dynamic relation with the people whom they serve. The course considers the relation of agricultural programs to the social structure and forces in rural society, the problems of coordinating different types of programs, the problem of professional leadership, and problems of stimulating local leadership and participation. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

RS671, Seminar: Review of current publications; student research papers; progress reports on departmental research; discussion of research methods and plans; reports from scientific meetings and conferences. (1952 - 1953 catalog)

3.75 archival boxes

Department of Rural Sociology 1933-1966
Courses 1933-1966
RS201: Social Problems of Rural Life 1936-1954
Outlines and Syllabi 1950-1952, undated
Box 4, Folder 8
Lecture notes undated
Box 4, Folder 9
Assignments, Tests 1951-1954, undated
Box 4, Folder 10
Articles, Clippings 1936-1937, undated
Box 4, Folder 11
RS202: North Carolina Rural Life
Outline 1953
Box 4, Folder 12
RS225: Seminar on Research 1956-1960
Lecture Notes 1956-March, 1960
Box 5, Folder 1
Lecture Notes April 1960-May 1960, undated
Box 5, Folder 2
Assignments undated
Box 5, Folder 3
RS300: Extension Course in Community Organization
Outline, Test 1954
Box 5, Folder 4
RS301: Sociology of Rural Life 1953-1956
Outline, Lecture Notes 1953-1956
Box 5, Folder 5
Tests undated
Box 5, Folder 6
Final Exams undated
Box 5, Folder 7
RS302: Extension Course in Rural Sociology
Outlines and Syllabi 1934, undated
Box 5, Folder 8
RS321: Introduction to Social Research
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 5, Folder 9
RS322: Introduction to Social Work
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 5, Folder 10
RS411/511: Rural Population Problems 1942-1964
Outlines and Syllabi 1953-1954, undated
Box 5, Folder 11
Assignments, Tests 1942-1964
Box 5, Folder 12
RS412/512: Rural Family Living 1948-1953
Outlines and Syllabi 1953, undated
Box 5, Folder 13
Lecture Notes undated
Box 5, Folder 14
Assignments, Tests 1948-1953, undated
Box 5, Folder 15
RS422/522: Social Aspects of Land Tenure 1933-1953
Outlines and Syllabi 1953, undated
Box 5, Folder 16
Lecture Notes 1950, undated
Box 5, Folder 17
Lecture Notes undated
Box 5, Folder 18
Assignments, Exams 1939-1952, undated
Box 6, Folder 1
Articles, Clippings 1933-1952, undated
Box 6, Folder 2
Oversized Map of Southern Tenure Areas
Flat folder 4
RS432: Social Security of Rural People
Outline undated
Box 6, Folder 3
RS441: Rural Social Pathology
Outline, Bibliography 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 4
RS442: Rural Social Structure 1948-1955
Outline and Syllabi, Bibliographies 1948-1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 5
Lecture Notes 1955
Box 6, Folder 6
RS451/452: Statistical Analysis of Social Data
Lecture Notes undated
Box 6, Folder 7
RS460: Economic Aspects of Farm Tenancy
Outline undated
Box 6, Folder 8
RS513: Community Organization 1953-1954
Outlines and Syllabi 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 9
Assignments 1954
Box 6, Folder 10
RS523: Sociological Analysis of Agricultural Land Tenure Systems
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 11
RS531: Rural Standards of Living
Outline undated
Box 6, Folder 12
RS532/632: The Rural Family 1953-1956
Outlines and Syllabi 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 13
Lecture Notes undated
Box 6, Folder 14
Assignments, Tests 1956, undated
Box 6, Folder 15
Student Work 1955-1956
Box 6, Folder 16
Supplemental Materials undated
Box 6, Folder 17
RS534: Farmers' Movements
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 18
RS541: Social Agencies and Programs
Outline 1953
Box 6, Folder 19
RS553: Social Structure
Lecture Notes undated
Box 6, Folder 20
RS611: Research Methods in Sociology 1953-1965
Outline 1953
Box 6, Folder 21
Lecture Notes undated
Box 6, Folder 22
Assignments, Exams 1963-1965
Box 6, Folder 23
Student Work 1963, undated
Box 6, Folder 24
RS621: Rural Social Psychology
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 6, Folder 25
RS631: Population Analysis 1953-1966
Outlines and Syllabi 1953-1966
Box 6, Folder 26
Assignments 1966
Box 6, Folder 27
Supplemental Materials 1962
Box 6, Folder 28
RS633: Rural Community
Outlines and Syllabi 1953
Box 6, Folder 29
RS641: Statistics in Sociology
Outline 1953
Box 6, Folder 30
RS642: Research in Rural Sociology
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 7, Folder 1
RS652: Comparative Rural Societies
Outlines 1953, undated
Box 7, Folder 2
RS653: Theory and Development of Rural Sociology 1947-1961
Outlines and Syllabi 1953-1958, undated
Box 7, Folder 3
Lecture Notes March, 1954-April, 1954
Box 7, Folder 4
Lecture Notes May, 1954
Box 7, Folder 5
Lecture Notes September, 1958
Box 7, Folder 6
Lecture Notes October, 1958
Box 7, Folder 7
Lecture Notes November, 1958-December, 1958
Box 7, Folder 8
Lecture Notes undated
Box 7, Folder 9
Exams 1947-1959, undated
Box 7, Folder 10
Student Work 1960-1961, undated
Box 7, Folder 11
Supplemental Materials 1948-1951
Box 7, Folder 12
RS663: Social Aspects of Agricultural Programs
Outline undated
Box 7, Folder 13
RS671: Seminar
Outline 1953
Box 7, Folder 14
Administration 1962-1966
Graduate Student Committees 1963-1966, undated
Box 7, Folder 15
Experimental Statistics Committee 1962-1963
Minutes and Schedules 1962-1963
Box 7, Folder 17
Candidate Information 1963, undated
Box 7, Folder 18
Correspondence 1963, undated
Box 7, Folder 16
Departmental Publication Lists 1954-1960, undated
Box 7, Folder 19
Departmental Mission and Plans 1938-1935, undated
Box 8, Folder 20
Visiting Professorship, University of Wisconsin-Madison 1959-1960
Correspondence
Correspondence 1959
Box 7, Folder 21
Correspondence 1960, undated
Box 7, Folder 22
Memorandums 1959-1960
Box 7, Folder 23
RS125: The Structure and Functioning of American Society 1959
Outline 1959
Box 8, Folder 1
Lecture Notes 1959
Box 8, Folder 2
Lecture Notes 1959
Box 8, Folder 3
Lecture Notes 1959
Box 8, Folder 4
Clippings 1959
Box 8, Folder 5
RS129: Technological Change in American Rural Society 1959-1960
Lecture Notes 1959-1960
Box 8, Folder 6
Assignments, Tests 1959-1960
Box 8, Folder 7
Articles, Clippings 1955, undated
Box 8, Folder 8
Awards and Honors 1954-1966
Fulbright Fellowship Invitation Correspondence 1954
Box 8, Folder 9
The O. Max Gardner Award 1958
Flat folder 5
The O. Max Gardner Award Program 1958
Box 8, Folder 10
North Carolina Council of Churches Distinguished Service Award Citation 1966
Box 8, Folder 11
Vita and Publication Lists
Vita and Publication Lists 1965, undated
Box 8, Folder 12
Committee on Group Insurance and Faculty Welfare
Committee on Group Insurance and Faculty Welfare 1953-1966
Box 8, Folder 13
Professional Organizations 1933-1966 (MC 00159 Series 4)
Size: 2.75 linear feet

This series includes correspondence, minutes, agendas, memorandums, reports, proposals, statistics, membership rosters, and other information about the organizations to which Hamilton belonged. The series is organized alphabetically by the name of the organizations. Dr. Hamilton was a member of each organization, and served as Chairman of American Sociological Association's Committee on Marriage and Divorce from 1962 - 1965, as President of the North Carolina Committee on Social Service from 1961 - 1962, and as President of the Population Association of America from 1960 - 1961.

5.5 archival boxes

ASA's Committee on Marriage and Divorce Statistics 1961-1965
Correspondence
Correspondence July 1961-November 1962
Box 8, Folder 14
Correspondence December 1962-March 1963
Box 8, Folder 15
Correspondence April 1963-October 1963
Box 8, Folder 16
Correspondence November 1963-August 1965, undated
Box 8, Folder 17
Memorandums 1961-1964
Box 8, Folder 18
Statistics 1962
Box 8, Folder 19
Membership Rosters 1963-1965
Box 8, Folder 20
National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics 1954-1964
Correspondence
Correspondence August 1954-September 1962
Box 8, Folder 21
Correspondence October 1962-November 1963
Box 9, Folder 1
Minutes
Minutes May 1961-May 1962
Box 9, Folder 2
Minutes June 1962-March 1963
Box 9, Folder 3
Minutes May 1963-October 1963
Box 9, Folder 4
Agendas 1961-1964
Box 9, Folder 5
Memorandums 1961-1963
Box 9, Folder 6
Annual Reports 1959-1963
Box 9, Folder 7
Reports
Reports June 1961-November 1962
Box 9, Folder 8
Reports October 1963, undated
Box 9, Folder 9
World Health Organization Reports
World Health Organization Reports 1961-1962
Box 9, Folder 10
World Health Organization Reports March 1963-May 1963
Box 9, Folder 11
World Health Organization Reports June 1963-October 1963
Box 10, Folder 1
World Health Organization Reports October 1963
Box 10, Folder 2
World Health Organization Reports February 1964
Box 10, Folder 3
World Health Organization Reports undated
Box 10, Folder 4
Proposals 1963, undated
Box 10, Folder 5
Organizational Information 1961-1963, undated
Box 10, Folder 6
Clippings 1959-1962
Box 10, Folder 7
North Carolina Conference for Social Service 1954-1963
Correspondence
Correspondence February 1959-September 1961
Box 10, Folder 8
Correspondence November 1961-September 1963
Box 10, Folder 9
Minutes
Minutes September 1954-October 1961
Box 10, Folder 10
Minutes December 1961-October 1963
Box 10, Folder 11
Memorandums
Memorandums 1957-1961
Box 10, Folder 12
Memorandums 1962-1963, undated
Box 10, Folder 13
Report on Improving Health Insurance 1955
Box 10, Folder 14
Member Rosters 1959-1961
Box 10, Folder 15
Resolutions 1961, undated
Box 11, Folder 1
Budgets 1961-1962
Box 11, Folder 2
Conference News 1959-1962, undated
Box 11, Folder 3
Conference Programs 1962
Box 11, Folder 4
Brochures 1960-1962, undated
Box 11, Folder 5
North Carolina Film Board 1965
Correspondence 1965
Box 11, Folder 6
Catalogs 1965, undated
Box 11, Folder 7
North Carolina Good Neighbor Council 1964
Reports and Speeches of the Fourth Meeting April 1964
Box 11, Folder 8
North Carolina Health Council 1954
Research Committee Correspondence, Minutes 1954, undated
Box 11, Folder 9
Population Association of America 1954-1962
Correspondence
General
General Correspondence April 1954-November 1958
Box 11, Folder 10
General Correspondence December 1958-January 1959
Box 11, Folder 11
General Correspondence February 1959-April 1959
Box 11, Folder 12
General Correspondence July 1960-April 1961
Box 11, Folder 13
General Correspondence May 1961-April 1962
Box 11, Folder 14
1959 Annual Meeting Sessions
Demographic Transition in Japan October 1958-April 1959, undated
Box 11, Folder 15
Demographic Situations December, 1958-April, 1959
Box 11, Folder 16
Demographic Transition Reexamined November 1958-April 1959
Box 11, Folder 17
Internal Migration in the U.S. January 1959-March 1959
Box 11, Folder 18
Ecological Patterns in American Population Change September 1958-March 1959
Box 11, Folder 19
Fertility Studies October 1958-April 1959
Box 11, Folder 20
Statistical Method in Demographic Research December 1958-April 1959
Box 11, Folder 21
Studies in Historical Demography December 1958-April 1959
Box 11, Folder 22
1960 United States Census--A Progress Report January 1959-March 1959
Box 11, Folder 23
Glick, Paul C.
Glick, Paul C. June 1960-October 1960
Box 11, Folder 24
Glick, Paul C. November 1960-June 1961
Box 11, Folder 25
Mayer, Kurt B. September, 1959-September, 1961, undated
Box 12, Folder 1
Auditing Committee March 1961
Box 12, Folder 2
Meeting Arrangements January 1960-May 1961
Box 12, Folder 3
Committee on Census, Organization, and Procedure September 1960-February 1961
Box 12, Folder 4
Minutes, Memorandums 1959-1961, undated
Box 12, Folder 5
Conference Programs and Materials 1959-1962
Box 12, Folder 6
Ballots and Election Materials 1959-1962
Box 12, Folder 7
International Population Conference
Correspondence
Correspondence June 1959-June 1960
Box 12, Folder 8
Corresondence August 1960-December 1960
Box 12, Folder 9
Correspondence January 1961-April 1961
Box 12, Folder 10
Minutes, Memorandums 1960-1961, undated
Box 12, Folder 11
Conference Programs and Materials 1961, undated
Box 12, Folder 12
Bulletins and Circulars 1960-1961, undated
Box 12, Folder 13
Oversized Programming Chart
Rural Church Institute 1936-1951
Minutes 1936-1951
Box 13, Folder 1
Sociological Research Association 1958-1964
Correspondence 1958-1962
Box 13, Folder 2
Membership Rosters 1958-1964
Box 13, Folder 3
Southern Appalachian Studies 1958-1962
Correspondence
Correspondence April 1958-July 1958
Box 13, Folder 4
Correspondence August 1958-November 1958
Box 13, Folder 5
Correspondence 1959
Box 13, Folder 6
Correspondence 1960-1962
Box 13, Folder 7
Conference Programs 1958-1959
Box 13, Folder 8
Organizational Information undated
Box 13, Folder 9
Bibliography undated
Box 13, Folder 10
Technical Committee of Regional Project S-61 1964-1966
Notes undated
Box 13, Folder 11
Minutes 1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 12
Agendas 1966
Box 13, Folder 13
Memorandums 1964-1965
Box 13, Folder 14
Clippings 1965
Box 13, Folder 15
"Gamblers All" Manuscript (MC 00159 Series 5)
Size: 0.5 linear feet

This series consists of a single manuscript, produced by the Federal Writers Project of North Carolina in the late 1930s or the early 1940s. Hamilton's connection to the manuscript is unclear, although he may be responsible for several editing marks on the document. "Gamblers All" tells the history of tobacco in North Carolina, and includes numerous oral histories of tobacco workers, both on farms and in factories. The manuscript is believed to be unpublished.

Edwin Bjorkman was the state supervisor of the project, and Wendell Brooks Phillips served as editor. Leonard Rapport wrote chapters two, four, six, and eight. Other writers noted on the manuscript are: Phillips, Almon Barbour, Dudley W. Crawford, Beth Cannady, Virginia Christine Anthony, Esther Searle Pinnix, Mary A. Hicks, David P. Allison, T. Pat Matthews, Claude V. Dunnagan, Edwin Massengill, Samuel E. Kluttz, N. C. Browder, Ann Marley, and Albert North.

1 archival box

Preface and Table of Contents: Pages i - xiii
Box 14, Folder 1
Section I: Pages 1 - 36
Box 14, Folder 2
Section II: Pages 37 - 100
Box 14, Folder 3
Section III, Chapter 1: Pages 101 - 120
Box 14, Folder 4
Section III, Chapter 2: Pages 121 - 140
Box 14, Folder 5
Section III, Chapter 2: Pages 141 - 153
Box 14, Folder 6
Section III, Chapter 2: Pages 154 - 163
Box 14, Folder 7
Section III, Chapter 2: Pages 164 - 177
Box 14, Folder 8
Section III, Chapter 2: Pages 178 - 186
Box 14, Folder 9
Section III, Chapter 3: Pages 187 - 195
Box 14, Folder 10
Section III, Chapter 3: Pages 196 - 203
Box 14, Folder 11
Section III, Chapter 3: Pages 204 - 213
Box 14, Folder 12
Section IV, Chapter 1: Pages 214 - 280
Box 14, Folder 13
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 281 - 291
Box 14, Folder 14
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 292 - 307
Box 14, Folder 15
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 308 - 318
Box 14, Folder 16
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 319 - 326
Box 14, Folder 17
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 327 - 332
Box 14, Folder 18
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 333 - 346
Box 14, Folder 19
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 347 - 353
Box 14, Folder 20
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 354 - 362
Box 14, Folder 21
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 363 - 373
Box 14, Folder 22
Section IV, Chapter 2: Pages 374 - 399
Box 14, Folder 23
Section V, Chapter 1: Pages 400 - 426
Box 14, Folder 24
Section V, Chapter 2: Pages 427 - 431
Box 14, Folder 25
Section V, Chapter 2: Pages 432 - 438
Box 14, Folder 26
Section V, Chapter 2: Pages 439 - 440
Box 14, Folder 27
Section VI, Chapter 1: Pages 441 - 471
Box 14, Folder 28
Section VI, Chapter 2: Pages 472 - 499
Box 14, Folder 29
Section VII, Chapter 1: Pages 500 - 511
Box 14, Folder 30
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 512 - 532
Box 14, Folder 31
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 533 - 546
Box 14, Folder 32
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 547 - 555
Box 14, Folder 33
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 556 - 564
Box 14, Folder 34
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 565 - 580
Box 14, Folder 35
Section VII, Chapter 2: Pages 581 - 594
Box 14, Folder 36
Section VIII: Pages 595 - 608
Box 14, Folder 37
Oversized

Flat File

Item not specified
Posters
Box 15, Folder 1
Insurance Certificate and Clippings
Box 15, Folder 2
Statistics Chart
Box 15, Folder 3
Map of Southern Tenure Areas
Box 15, Folder 4
Programming Chart
Box 15, Folder 5
Unprocessed Materials transferred from University Archives, College of Agriculture and Life Science, Sociology and Anthropology Record Group
Size: 1.5 linear feet

3 archival boxes

Box 1 of 3
Box 15
Box 2 of 3
Box 16
Box 3 of 3
Box 17
Subjects

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