ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

J. M. GILLETTE PAPERS

COLLECTION: OGL #48

DATES: 1880-1949

SIZE: 19.5 linear feet

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: The J. M. Gillette Papers were deposited in the Orin G. Libby Manuscript Collection. The acquisition records are unavailable.

ACCESS: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS:

Culture Agencies of a Typical Manufacturing Group: South Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1901.
Call number: HN80.C5 G5

Eighty Years a Plainsman: An Autobiography. by John Morris Gillette, edited by Kenneth J. Dawes. Grand Forks: UND Alumni Association: 1989.
Call number: HM22. U532 G54 A3 1988

Essentials of Human Personality (Excerpts of his Ph.D. dissertation, presented to the Chicago Theological Seminary). 1898.
Call number: B824. G54 (Rare Book Collection)

The Family and Society. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1914.
Call number: HQ728. G4

“North Dakota Weather and the Rural Economy.” Bulletin of the Department of Sociology, University of North Dakota: 1945.
Call number: HM15. N6 no. 11

“North Dakota Farm Enlargement: Reasons and Causes.” Bulletin of the Department of Sociology, University of North Dakota: 1946.
Call number: HM15. N6 no.12

The North Dakota Harvest of the Nonpartisan League. New York: The Harvest, 1919.
Call number: HD1485. N4 G54x

“Poor-Relief and Jails in North Dakota.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. vol. 3, no.2: 1913.
Call number: HV98. N9 G5

Problems of a Changing Social Order. New York: American Book Company, 1942.
Call number: HN57. G56

Rural Sociology. New York: Macmillan, 1936.
Call number: HT421. G53 1936

Sociology. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1916.
Call number: HM66. G56

Social Economics of North Dakota. Minneapolis: Burgess, 1942.
Call number: HC107. N9 G5

Vocational Education. Cincinnati: American Book Company, 1910.
Call number: LC1059. G6

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

John Morris Gillette was born on August 9, 1866, near Maryville, Missouri. He was the son of William and Jane (Radford) Gillette. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Park College in Parkville, Missouri, in 1892. In 1895, he graduated from the Princeton Theological Seminary, in addition to receiving a Master of Arts degree from Princeton University. Gillette continued his education with a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary in 1898. He earned a second doctorate, this one in sociology, from the University of Chicago in 1901.

Gillette became an ordained Presbyterian minister in 1895, and served in Dodge City, Kansas, until 1896. From 1898-1901, he acted as President of Chadron (Nebraska) State Normal School. On September 4, 1901, he married Margaret Carolyn Morgan in Chadron. He served as Principal of the Academy for Young Women in Jacksonville, Illinois, from 1901-1903, before moving to Valley City, North Dakota, to accept a position at Valley City Normal School. He was a Professor in history and sociology at Valley City from 1903-1907.

Gillette became an Assistant Professor in sociology and an Instructor in history at the University of North Dakota in 1907. The following year, he founded and was named chair of the Department of Sociology. He was also promoted to Professor. By 1911, the department had grown to such a point that seventeen courses were part of the curriculum. The department was among the first on campus to offer graduate degrees; the University’s first Ph.D. was granted to George R. Davies in 1914 with a degree in history and sociology. Davies went on to teach in the Department of Sociology until 1928, when he resigned to accept a position at the University of Iowa.

A major milestone in Gillette’s career was the publication of Rural Sociology in 1913. This book was the first formal textbook in the field, won Gillette nation wide acclaim as the founder of this branch of sociology. In 1914, Gillette and the Sociology Club established the University Settlement House. Sponsored jointly by Gillette and UND President Frank McVey, the house cared for over eighty needy families.

In later years, Gillette led the Department of Sociology towards a great emphasis on statistics, while also reintroducing the study of anthropology, which had not been part of the curriculum since 1907. Gillette was also involved with an increased emphasis on the study of social work.

Following the retirement of UND President Thomas Kane in 1933, Gillette was offered the presidency by North Dakota Governor William Langer. After thinking it over for a while, Gillette turned the offer down, but was successful in persuading Langer and the Board of Administration to hire John C. West, former superintendent of Grand Forks public schools.

Gillette was active in a number of academic groups and organizations, including Phi Beta Kappa, the International Sociological Society, and the Czechoslovakian National Academy of Agriculture. He was involved with the American Sociological Society, and served as President of the organization in 1928. He served North Dakota through activity with the North Dakota State Historical Society, the North Dakota Workmen’s Compensation and Unemployment Insurance Division, and the North Dakota State Child Labor Commission. During the Great Depression, Gillette was the State Supervisor of Rural Research for the Federal Emergency Relief Administration.

Gillette was also a social reformer who was a member of the American Association for Labor Legislation, the National Child Labor Committee, and the North Dakota Men’s League for Women’s Suffrage. Gillette was especially interested in issues surrounding jails and poor farms. His research was published in a 1913 edition of the Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. Gillette recommended that poor farms be eliminated, while also calling for more inspections of jails, and a greater supervision of local and state charities.

Gillette retired from UND in 1948, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree in 1949. He died in Grand Forks on September 24, 1949. The former Chemistry Building was re- dedicated in his honor on October 7, 1983.

Sources:

University of the Northern Plains: A History of the University of North Dakota, 1883-1958. by Louis Geiger. Grand Forks: UND Press, 1958.

(History of the Department of) Sociology, Anthropology-Archaeology, Social Work. by Kenneth J. Dawes. Grand Forks: University of North Dakota, 1983.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The J. M. Gillette Papers date from 1880-1949, and have been divided into two series as follows:

Series I: Correspondence
This series contains Gillette’s professional and personal correspondence, dating from 1895-1949. Box 1, Folder 1 - Box 4, Folder 22

Series II:Research Files, Manuscripts, Publications, and Miscellaneous
This series is divided into several sections:

Gillette’s research files can be found in Boxes 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 14, and 15. The vast majority of the files are sociological in nature, although there are several files related to theology, the University of North Dakota, agriculture in North Dakota, and the Nonpartisan League.

Manuscripts of various books and scholarly articles written by Gillette are found in Boxes 9, 10, 11, 14, and 15. This includes drafts of both published and unpublished works, including Rural Sociology, Eighty Years a Plainsman, “Social and Economic History of North Dakota,” and “North Dakota Weather and the Rural Economy.”

Reprints of Gillette’s articles from scholarly journals are found in Boxes 13, 15, and 16. Gillette was a prodigious scholar, whose work appeared in many journals, including Publications of the American Sociological Society, Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota, North Dakota Historical Quarterly, and American Sociological Review.

Diaries and appointment books dating from 1894-1920 can be found in Box 7, although not every year in the date range is included. The diaries record Gillette’s service as a minister in Dodge City, Kansas, his time at the Chicago Theological Seminary, and his first two years at the University of North Dakota.

The text for various speeches and presentations delivered by Gillette are found in Box 13, and Box 12 contains research papers written by Gillette’s sociology students. Most of the student papers date from the 1930s.

Two photographs were separated and added to the Orin G. Libby Photograph Collection.

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1
Folder
SERIES I: Correspondence

  1. Letters of recommendation: 1895 - 1903
  2. 1899 - 1908
  3. 1909
  4. 1910
  5. 1911
  6. January - June 1912
  7. July - December 1912
  8. January - March 1913
  9. April - August 1913
  10. September - December 1913
  11. January - March 1914
  12. April - August 1914
  13. September - December 1914
  14. January - April 1915
  15. May - August 1915
  16. September - October 1915
  17. November - December 1915
  18. January - February 1916
  19. March - May 1916
  20. June - September 1916
  21. October - December 1916
  22. January - February 1917
  23. March - May 1917
  24. June - September 1917
  25. October - December 1917

Box 2
Folder

  1. January - March 1918
  2. April - July 1918
  3. August - December 1918
  4. January - March 1919
  5. April - August 1919
  6. September - December 1919
  7. January - June 1920
  8. July - December 1920
  9. January - June 1921
  10. July - December 1921
  11. January - May 1922
  12. June - December 1922
  13. January - June 1923
  14. July - December 1923
  15. January - June 1924
  16. July - December 1924
  17. January - March 1925
  18. April - September 1925
  19. October - December 1925
  20. January - April 1926
  21. May - August 1926

Box 3
Folder

  1. September - December 1926
  2. January - April 1927
  3. May - September 1927
  4. October - December 1927
  5. January 1928
  6. February - March 1928
  7. April - May 1928
  8. June - September 1928
  9. October - December 1928
  10. January - March 1929
  11. April - June 1929
  12. July - September 1929
  13. October - December 1929
  14. January - April 1930
  15. May - September 1930
  16. October - December 1930
  17. Mayo Clinic Health Report on, 1930
  18. January - April 1931
  19. May - August 1931
  20. September - December 1931
  21. January - June 1932
  22. July - December 1932
  23. January - April 1933
  24. May - August 1933
  25. September - December 1933

Box 4
Folder

  1. January - April 1934
  2. May - August 1934
  3. September - December 1934
  4. January - March 1935
  5. April - December 1935
  6. January - June 1936
  7. July - December 1936
  8. 1937
  9. 1938
  10. 1939
  11. 1940
  12. 1941
  13. 1942
  14. 1943
  15. 1944
  16. 1945
  17. 1946
  18. 1947
  19. 1948
  20. 1949
  21. Correspondence regarding Gillette sent to Dr. P. A. Munch from J. M. Reinhardt
  22. Post-mortem correspondence and honors regarding Gillette

Box 5
Folder
SERIES II:Research Files, Manuscripts, Publications, and Miscellaneous

  1. University of North Dakota salary survey: 1914 - 1932.
  2. Survey on the effects of the World War II on Grand Forks churches and North Dakota city schools: 1942
  3. Survey on attitudes of the liquor problem
  4. Casselton (North Dakota) church and school survey: 1936
  5. Deaths and death rates: 1932-1934
  6. Village statistics
  7. North Dakota farm tenancy statistics
  8. Population loss and gain percentages: 1920 - 1930
  9. Immigration statistics
  10. North Dakota death rate statistics and charts
  11. Tabular material on rural health problems
  12. North Dakota temperature and rainfall statistics and correlations: 1892 - 1936
  13. Growth of cities in the United States: 1880 - 1910
  14. Gillette's anthropometrics
  15. Income statistics of the United States: 1930
  16. Tabular material on population loss in urban areas: 1920 - 1930
  17. Unsorted sundry and unlabeled charts and statistics
  18. North Dakota agricultural and climatic charts and statistics
  19. Oakes (North Dakota) survey: 1930s
  20. Agricultural statistics: 1890 - 1930
  21. Miscellaneous data
  22. Report of the Socio-Economic Committee of the North Dakota State Planning Board: 1935
  23. Village population statistics: 1920
  24. Statistics regarding the efficiency of North Dakota schools
  25. Precipitation data: 1903 - 1924
  26. North Dakota State Planning Board maps
  27. FERA DRS 77 survey of rural relief in North Dakota: 1934.
  28. FERA DRS 190 survey of changes in the rural relief population of North Dakota
  29. North Dakota Socio-Economic submergence survey: 1939

Box 6
Folder

  1. Instructions concerning methods of research on FERA surveys
  2. Social psychology
  3. Origin of religion
  4. Cooley: Social organization
  5. The rural church
  6. Kidd, Comte, Spencer, Ward, Cooley
  7. Spencer: Theory of progress
  8. Vocational education
  9. Biblical sociology
  10. Social movements
  11. Ethnology
  12. Sociology of Lester Ward
  13. Statistics lectures
  14. Lectures on the problems of child welfare
  15. Lectures on the problems of child welfare
  16. Poor relief and jails in North Dakota
  17. Population statistics and charts: 1900 - 1910
  18. Population statistics and charts: 1910 - 1920
  19. Population statistics and charts: 1920 - 1930
  20. North Dakota county survey, 1907 - 1911, and 1922 - 1923 regarding delinquency, defects, and dependents

Box 7
Folder

  1. Financial report on conditions by county in North Dakota: 1937
  2. FERA N - DRS-2 Project Part 1, survey of rural education in North Dakota: 1935
  3. FERA N - DRS-2 Project Part 2, survey of rural education in North Dakota: 1935
  4. "The Conception of Personality in Modern Philosophy," Gillette's Ph.D. Dissertation, Chicago Theological Seminary: 1899
  5. Diary and notebook: 1894 - 1903
  6. Appointment and diary books: 1903, 1907 -1908
  7. Appointment and diary books: 1911, 1914, 1915, 1917 1919, 1920
  8. Early notes and sermons
  9. "How the Rev. Horatio Jenks Converted Dry as Dust” by Laudable Malady
  10. Stories and essays of Gillette's seminary days
  11. Sermons: 1890s
  12. Notebook on Salmagundi, Union Theological Seminary: 1893
  13. Theological notes: circa 1900
  14. Psychology notebook: 1894
  15. Child study and record of Margaret Gillette (daughter): 1904
  16. Child study notebook: 1904
  17. Miscellaneous notebook: 1892
  18. Miscellaneous notebook: 1904
  19. Miscellaneous lectures and talks

Box 8
Folder

  1. Talk on unknown nobodies
  2. Songs composed by Gillette
  3. Short speeches
  4. Class records: 1908 - 1920
  5. Notes on Haye's sociology
  6. Notes on Blackmar and Gillian's sociology
  7. Lectures on Thompson's Population Problems
  8. Lectures on the sociology of conflict
  9. Lectures on the methods of sociological investigation
  10. Lectures on the sociology of education and lectures on social legislation
  11. Lectures on the family
  12. Anthropology lectures
  13. Social problems
  14. Population
  15. Miscellaneous rural sociology notes
  16. Race problems
  17. Race notes
  18. Neighborhood activities
  19. Social control and social evolution

Box 9
Folder

  1. Manuscript: Social Conflict and War by Gillette
  2. American Sociological Society abstracts
  3. Essays and stories of personal events in Gillette’s life
  4. Speeches, studies and writings of Gillette
  5. Book reviews written by Gillette
  6. Essay: “How I Became Interested in Sociology” by Gillette
  7. Articles, essays, and manuscripts written by Gillette
  8. Manuscript: Rural Sociology (incomplete)
  9. Manuscript: Rural Sociology, third edition, 1936
  10. Miscellaneous
  11. Miscellaneous (including correspondence)

Box 10
Folder

  1. Manuscript: Eighty Years a Plainsman (Autobiography) 1945-46 with revisions from 1949
  2. Manuscript: "One World Only?: A Symposium of Shibboleths."
  3. Manuscript: "One World Only?: A Symposium of Shibboleths." (copy 2)
  4. Manuscript: "Mounds and Mound Builders of the U. S."
  5. Vera Kelsey manuscript, Labor in China
  6. Manuscript: "Social and Economic History of North Dakota," ch. 1-3
  7. Manuscript: "Social and Economic History of North Dakota," ch. 4-8
  8. Manuscript: "Social and Economic History of North Dakota," ch. 9-11
  9. Manuscript: "Social and Economic History of North Dakota," ch. 12-14
  10. Manuscript: "Social and Economic History of North Dakota," Miscellaneous notes and charts
  11. Manuscript: "North Dakota Weather and the Rural Economy"

Box 11
Folder

  1. Manuscript and research: "A Quarter Century of Trends in a Great Plains State: North Dakota"
  2. Manuscript and research on Bowman, Burleigh, and Grand Forks counties: "North Dakota Farm Enlargement: Reasons and Causes"
  3. Grant County church surveys
  4. Grand Forks County church and community surveys
  5. Kidder County church and community surveys
  6. Rolette County church and community surveys
  7. Sheridan County church and community surveys
  8. Stark County church and community surveys
  9. Wells County church and community surveys

Box 12
Sociology Student Term Papers Written for Gillette: 1930s-1940s

Box 13
Folder

  1. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Agriculture
  2. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Anthropology
  3. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Education and society
  4. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Education and rural society
  5. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: The family (a social unit)
  6. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: North Dakota
  7. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Politics
  8. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Population distribution, fluctuation and growth
  9. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Population, continued
  10. Miscellaneous correspondence and publications: Personal events
  11. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Public health
  12. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Regionalism
  13. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: The rural church
  14. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Rural society
  15. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Rural society
  16. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Sociology
  17. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Teachers and teaching
  18. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Teaching social sciences
  19. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: The university and society
  20. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Vocational aptitude
  21. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Woman
  22. Miscellaneous publications and presentations: Youth
  23. Miscellaneous

Box 14
Folder

  1. Essays on different aspects of population
  2. Manuscript: “Mounds and Mound Builders”
  3. Student Papers: Anonymous - L
  4. Student Papers: M - P
  5. Students' Papers: R - W
  6. Manuscript and research: Population
  7. University of North Dakota Extension Division
  8. Publication: Rural Sociology, chapters 1-13
  9. Publication: Rural Sociology, chapters 15-31
  10. Urban sociology
  11. Manuscript: "The City"
  12. North Dakota Agricultural College
  13. Family adjustments during wartime
  14. World War II maps
  15. Social ethics newspaper clippings
  16. Home Owners Loan Cooperation case
  17. War aims and peace newspaper clippings
  18. University employee salary information
  19. Normal School extensions
  20. Miscellaneous correspondence and essays

Box 15
Folder

  1. Letters, brochures and articles concerning organizations and associations: 1910 - 1947
  2. Letters and articles concerning heart disease: 1908 - 1927
  3. Letters and articles relating to Rural Sociology: 1911 - 1948
  4. Papers relating to the presidency of Thomas F. Kane at the University of North Dakota: 1918 - 1933
  5. General correspondence: March 10, 1917 - November 25, 1918
  6. Student paper: "Is There a law of Migration?" by W. C. Hanson, 1935
  7. Correspondence, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado: December 15 1937 - May 21, 1938
  8. Gillette appreciation dinner speeches, telegrams, and newspaper clippings: November 13, 1940
  9. General correspondence: 1941 - 1945.
  10. Correspondence with U. S. Home Owners' Loan Corporation, concerning home loan: September 26, 1934 - October 2, 1935
  11. Miscellaneous, notes, outlines, fragments of Eighty Years a Plainsman
  12. Sample incidents in Eighty Years a Plainsman
  13. Some chapters of Eighty Years a Plainsman
  14. "Plainsman Episodes"
  15. Eighty Years a Plainsman: Tentative list of chapters from the 1949 revision
  16. Miscellaneous notebooks, and a report written by Catherine Davies
  17. Fragments from "Plainsman Episodes"
  18. Cape collection regarding Gillette
  19. Correspondence about Nonpartisan League (5 items): 1918-1919
  20. Notes and writings about Nonpartisan League (11 items)
  21. Pamphlets about "Townleyism"and Nonpartisan League (11 items)
  22. Newspaper clippings about the Nonpartisan League
  23. Publication: “Ancestorless Man: The Anthropological Dilemma.” Scientific Monthly: December 1943
  24. Publication: “Can We Plan Successfully for Normal Society?” Sociology and Social Research: November-December 1939
  25. Publication: “Changing Relations Between Town and Country.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: 1927
  26. Publication: “Church Membership in North Dakota.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: April 1925
  27. Publication: “City Trend of Population and Leadership.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: October 1910
  28. Publication: “Community Concepts.” Social Forces: June 1926
  29. Publication: “Conditions and Needs of Country Life.” American Academy of Political and Social Science: March 1912
  30. Publication: “The Conservation of Talent Through Utilization.” Scientific Monthly: November 1915
  31. Publication: Culture Agencies of a Typical Manufacturing Group: South Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1901.
  32. Publication: “Democracy and Partisan Politics.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: 1919
  33. Publication: “Discussion and Reports: Multiple After-Images.” Psychological Review: May 1901
  34. Publication: “The Drift to the City in Relation to the Rural Problem.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: 1911
  35. Publication: “Economic and Social Background of the University of North Dakota.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: October 1922
  36. Publication: Eighty Years a Plainsman. Edited by Kenneth J. Dawes. University of North Dakota: 1988
  37. Publication: Essentials of Human Personality (Excerpts of his Ph.D. dissertation, presented to the Chicago Theological Seminary). 1898
  38. Publication: “An Examination of Criteria for the Determination of Normal Society.” American Sociological Review: August 1937
  39. Publication: “Extent of Personal Vocabularies and Cultural Control.” Scientific Monthly: November 1929
  40. Publication: Farming Hazards in the Drought Area. By R.S. Kifer and H.L. Stewart. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938.
  41. Publication: “Immigration and the Increase of Population in the United States.” Social Forces: September 1926
  42. Publication: “The Improvement of the Rural Communication System.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: October 1920
  43. Publication: “Insanity in North Dakota.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: January 1915
  44. Publication: “Measure of Rural Migration and Other Factors of Urban Increase in the United States.” Quarterly Publication, American Statistical Association: September 1914
  45. Publication: “Mitigating Rural Isolation.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: January 1917
  46. Publication: “Mounds and Mound Builders of the United States.” North Dakota Historical Quarterly: July 1944
  47. Publication: “Nature and Limits of Social Phenomena.” Social Forces: June 1927
  48. Publication: “North Dakota Farm Enlargement: Reasons and Causes.” Bulletin 12, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of North Dakota: January 1946
  49. Publication: “North Dakota Weather and the Rural Economy.” North Dakota History: January 1945
  50. Publication: “Notes on After-Images.” The Psychological Review: July 1890
  51. Publication: “Notes on Breaking the Human Life Cycle.” Bulletin 13, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of North Dakota: January 1946

Box 16
Folder

  1. Publication: “On Breaking the Human Life Cycle.” Sociology and Social Research: November-December 1946
  2. Publication: “An Outline of Social Study for Elementary Schools.” The American Journal of Sociology: January 1914
  3. Publication: “Perspective of Public Health in the United States.” Scientific Monthly: September 1941
  4. Publication: “Presidential Addresses: Urban Influence and Selection.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: 1929
  5. Publication: “Quest for a Rejuvenine.” Bulletin 10, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of North Dakota: June 1945
  6. Publication: “Reconstruction of History for Teaching Purposes.” The School Review: October 1909
  7. Publication: Rural Communities. Studies in Social Science, No.4. Edited by William I. Thomas. Chicago: Zalaz Corporation, 1915.
  8. Publication: “The Scope and Methods of Instruction in Rural Sociology.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: March 1917
  9. Publication: “Social and Economic Background of the University of North Dakota in the Eighties of Last Century.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: July 1923
  10. Publication: Social Economics of North Dakota. Minneapolis: Burgess, 1942
  11. Publication: “Social-Economic Submergence in a Plains State.” Rural Sociology: March 1940
  12. Publication: Sociologie Venkova. 1928 [Czech translation of Rural Sociology]
  13. Publication: “Sociology as a High School Subject.” Educational Review: March 1913
  14. Publication: “Some Population Shifts in the United States, 1930-1940.” American Sociological Review: October 1941
  15. Publication: “A Study in Social Dynamics: A Statistical Determination of the Rate of Natural Increase, and of the Factors Accounting for the Increase of Population in the United States.” Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association: December 1916
  16. Publication: “Training the ?Fittest’:” School and Society: February 25, 1922
  17. Publication: “The University in the Service of Society.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: July 1917
  18. Publication: “The Vocational Concept.” Publications of the American Sociological Society: 1918
  19. Publication: “Woman and Her Future.” Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota: January 1918

SEPARATIONS RECORD

Two photographs were separated and added to the Orin G. Libby Photograph Collection

OGL#48-1 Mel H. Ruder, United States Navy
OGL#48-2 Dr. J. M. Gillette


 Original Donation  First Addition: 1919

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