Paul Shirley Iowa State Statistics Dissertations

History of the Department of Statistics, Oregon State University

Daniel W. Schafer
From A. Agresti and X. L. Meng (eds.), Strength in Numbers: The Rising of Academic Statistics Departments in the U.S., DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-3649-2_14, _ Springer Science+Business Media New York 2012

1919-1957 and the Birth of the Department

In 1919, the Oregon Agricultural College offered its first two statistics courses—Mth 103, Elements of Statistical Methods, which was “an elementary mathematical treatment of graphic representation of data, frequency distributions and curves, averages, index numbers, and measurements of dispersion and correlation;” and the similarly titled ES 313, The Elements of Statistical Methods, in the Economics and Sociology Department. Other statistics courses were introduced in the next decade in the Departments of Mathematics, Business Administration, Education, Economics and Sociology, Farm Crops, and Agricultural Economics.

For its own majors, the Mathematics Department introduced the Mathematical Theory of Statistics sequence, Mth 441, 442, and 443 in 1932. The instructor, William Kirkham, had just published the book Elements of Mathematical Theory of Statistics with Forestry and Economic Applications in 1931. According to Jerome Li’s notes from 1966, Henry Scheffé, who was then a young instructor of differential equations at Oregon State College (the new name, as of 1937), attended some of Kirkham’s classes and “was so fired up by statistics” that he left Oregon State to retrain himself as a statistician with Samuel Wilks at Princeton. Other Mathematics instructors who turned their attention to statistics were Paul Hoel (who went on to UCLA after studying statistics in Oslo) and P.C. Hammer (who went to Wisconsin in 1947). Kirkham also started a university statistical consulting service in the 1930’s, but the program petered out during the Depression and was discontinued.

Hammer worked at Lockheed Aircraft and Kirkham served in the navy during World War II, but both returned to Oregon State after the war. In 1946, Kirkham again taught the Theory of Statistics sequence and Hammer taught Mth 341 and 342, “Applied Statistics,” which was aimed at engineering students and required calculus. They were joined by new assistant professor, Jerome Li, who taught Mth 109, a course in elementary statistics originally designed for Forestry students in 1932, but mainly attended by business and technology students after the war. All three of the statistics-teaching faculty members taught mathematics courses as well. According to Li, there was no doubt that statistics was only a minor side line in the Mathematics Department at the time. Several events in 1946 and 1947 began to strengthen the statisticians’ ties with the Agricultural College, though, paving the way for the birth of the Statistics Department.

First, Li’s Mth 109 course faded away because the Business and Technology Department started offering its own statistics course. Li assumed two major responsibilities instead: he took over the Applied Statistics courses when Hammer left and he revived Kirkham’s statistical consulting and computing service for the Agricultural Experiment Station. Apparently motivated by colleagues in Agriculture, Li dropped the calculus prerequisite from the Applied Statistics course to make it more accessible to agriculture graduate students. He didn’t receive any student interest at first and the course only survived because of the help from Robert W. Henderson, assistant to the Associate Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station who, “with great effort,” recruited six graduate students—one from each of the six Agricultural College departments. The sequence did catch on and with GI’s coming back from the war the enrollment increased steadily.

Figure 1. Jerome Li

Jack Borsting’s reflections on Jerome Li. Jack was an undergraduate student at Oregon State College from 1947 to 1950. He has served as Dean of Business Schools at the University of Southern California and the University of Miami, and as Assistant Secretary of Defense (Controller) under Presidents Carter and Reagan, and was president of the Operations Research Society of America (ORSA) and of the Military Operations Society of America (MORS).

Jerome Li was instrumental in my decision to study statistics and get my advanced degrees in mathematics and statistics. The first statistics course I had as an Oregon State undergraduate majoring in mathematics was in 1949 from Professor Li. The course was a good mix of some theory and applications of statistics. Professor Li’s way of analyzing data and applying statistics to real problems appealed to me. It was surprising that my interest in statistics was started with his first course because we had to calculate analysis of variance tables, etc. with a mechanical Monroe calculator and, of course, if one made mistakes they had to go back and do the calculations again.

I talked to Jerry Li about going on to graduate school and studying statistics, and he suggested that one of the best places to go would be to the University of Oregon where I would study under Will Dixon and Frank Massey. One of the reasons Professor Li recommended going to Oregon was Dixon and Massey’s blend of theory and application. I credit Professor Li for steering me on a very exciting and profitable career path. At that time, there was not a statistics department at OSU and Professor Li was the only statistician in the Mathematics Department so I obtained my degree in mathematics. 

Later in my career, when Lyle Calvin was the statistics department chairman, I was asked to be a visiting distinguished professor for one summer. I taught a course in discriminant analysis to Ph.D. students and was able to interact with other faculty members and students in the department. In 2004, my wife and I endowed a fellowship in graduate statistics in the department. We have worked closely with two chairmen of the department, Dan Schafer and also Bob Smythe.

In 1953, Li was given his own budget and the Statistical Consulting and Computing Service became the Department of Statistical Service. Lyle Calvin, the first faculty member at the University to have a Ph.D. in Statistics (from North Carolina State University) was hired that year as an associate professor of Statistics in the Agricultural Experiment Station. (Calvin was hired at the associate level by mistake. OSU mistook his title of “assistant” at NCSU for “assistant professor,” and offered him the promotion as part of the recruitment package.) Roger Petersen, also with a Ph.D. in Statistics from North Carolina State, was added as an Experiment Station assistant professor in 1955. Now that Li had his own budget for statistical service and two additional assistant professors devoted entirely to statistics, the Department of Statistical Service became the center of statistics on campus. Given the inefficiency associated with duplicative statistical instruction—as symbolized by those first two statistics courses in 1919—it seems natural that the Department of Statistical Service would gain responsibility for coordination of statistical instruction.

In 1957, in fact, the Department of Statistical Service was organized as an instructional unit in the School of Science, independent of the Mathematics Department, and was given responsibility for coordinating statistical instruction on campus. The Department was physically located in Extension Hall at the home of the consulting and computing service. There were two sub-units operating cooperatively—the instructional unit in the College of Science and the service unit within the Agricultural Experiment Station. Research activities were carried on within both units. Li, Calvin, Peterson, and Richard Link (one of John Tukey’s students, who had been hired as a theoretical statistician by the Mathematics Department in 1955) were the original faculty members, with Li the first chairman. At that time, the Department offered a Master’s degree in Statistics and minor degrees on Master’s and PhD degrees offered in other departments.

1961–1981, Growth of the Department under Lyle Calvin

In 1961, Oregon State College was renamed Oregon State University, the Statistics Department acquired its first computer—an IBM 1620, and Jerome Li served his last full year as chairman. In 1962, Li retired for health reasons, and moved to Taipei. In addition to starting and chairing the Department of Statistical Service, Li managed to write three books in a short time span: Introduction to Statistical Inference, 1957; Statistical Inference, 1964; and Numerical Mathematics, 1966. Li died in 1969 at age 55.

Lyle Calvin was chair of the Statistics Department from 1962 to 1981. More than any other person, Calvin shaped the modern Oregon State University Statistics Department. In the early 1960’s, Calvin envisioned an opportunity for future expansion and articulated a desire for additional faculty members who could participate in both consulting and research, with particular interest in areas of fisheries and wildlife ecology, system simulation, stochastic processes, biometry, and sampling techniques. While the department anticipated an increase in the training of mathematical statisticians, it’s clear that Calvin placed a major emphasis on applied programs for instruction, research, and service; and on research into methodology associated with consulting services projects. This vision was accompanied by remarkable growth. Sixteen tenured or tenure-track faculty members were hired in a 7-year span from 1962 to 1969: Donald Chapman, William Lowry, Donald Jensen, Edwin Hughes, Donald Guthrie, Kenneth Rowe, Scott Overton, David Faulkenberry, Donald Pierce, Thomas Lindstrom, Fred Ramsey, David Thomas, Charles Land, Norbert Hartman, Hugh Dan Brunk, and Justus Seely.

Figure 2. Lyle Calvin

The first Master’s Degrees in the Department were granted in 1962—to David R. Thomas and Arnold Schroeder. In 1965, a doctoral program was added and new minors were approved in Biometry and Operations Research. The first five Ph.D. degrees in the Statistics Department were granted in 1969—to T.D. Burnett, J. Reinmuth, C.J. Phillips, A. Hirunaraks, and R. R. Fossum. In 1966, the Department moved from Extension hall to the former library, Kidder Hall, where it resides today. Also in 1966, a campus-wide Computer Center was established and the computer facilities of the department were transferred to the center.

Recollections of the early years by Don Guthrie. Don was on the faculty from 1963 to 1973 before leaving to complete his illustrious career in the Biostatistics Department at UCLA. He was the major professor for six of the first eight Ph.D. students to graduate from the Department and eight in all.

The decade I spent at OSU was an exciting time, both for me and for the Statistics Department. I arrived while the department was still primarily involved with service teaching and consulting; what little graduate work was available ended with the Masters degree. Teaching loads were imposing and there was little time or encouragement for research. But we took advantage of the flourishing development of higher education during the 1960s, we hired new young faculty, we developed a new 4
PhD program, and we expanded our extramural support. By the time I left, we had become recognized as a vibrant and growing program. The faculty focus broadened to include statistical research, we secured grant support directly to the department, we recruited bright and eager students, and our graduates moved into responsible careers. Disputes with university administrators notwithstanding, we had formed the nucleus of a vibrant program that reflected the goals of OSU and the statistics profession.

Then, as now, the focus of OSU Statistics was on development and adaptation of statistical ideas in the context of applied research. Continuing associations with active research units provide motivation for statistical advances and for student experiences. Close association with Mathematics has continued to the present. The Computing Center developed one of the first truly interactive time-shared operating systems, and that facilitated our innovation in including computing in our service and our core graduate teaching. After leaving OSU, I discovered that many statisticians did not believe that we could integrate computing at this depth. Of course, this is now the norm across the profession; I’m proud that we were at the forefront.

I supervised ten doctoral dissertations at OSU -- eight in Statistics and two in Mathematics -- and many Masters projects. The academic atmosphere was ideal for me, neither too theoretical nor too applied. I feel gratified that this spirit continues today.

Recollections about the first years of the graduate program, by Jim Reinmuth. Jim was one of the five students granted Ph.D. degrees from the Statistics Department in 1969. He joined the University of Oregon's business faculty in 1967 and served as dean from 1976 to 1994.

When first admitted to the MS program, I honestly didn't know the location of OSU. My first day in the office, I met Don Guthrie who was also new to the department. Don ultimately became my program advisor and subsequently, a good friend. As a Stanford graduate, Don was the outlier to the Iowa State and North Carolina State contingents who comprised the Statistics faculty at the time. As both an MS and PhD student, I was a classmate of Tom Burnett who spent most of his career with Portland General after a brief stint with the Naval Academy. Bill Maki and Hungfu Chiang were also MS classmates who did not continue on for a PhD. Bill spent his entire career with Weyerhaeuser, while Hungfu enjoyed a successful business career in Hong Kong.

I completed my MS degree in 1965 at a time when written research papers were required. My paper was an application of linear programming to the securities market, and during my presentation, Mathematics Professor Harry Goheen fell asleep. At least I thought he was asleep until he startled me with a question that indicated he had heard every word I had uttered. To this day, I think Harry Goheen was a plant to see if I could be rattled during my presentation.

I began my PhD studies in 1965 with Tom Burnett, Charles Phillips, Bob Fossum, and Samir Saad, an Egyptian student. We all enjoyed Samir as a classmate, since he had an uncanny ability to solve challenging assignments from Ed Hughes, Don Guthrie, and other faculty who were testing our patience. Better yet, Samir would always share his discoveries with us. For those who may remember, Samir was the guy who claimed someone had left a bomb on his doorstep disguised as a milk bottle. When the milk bottle turned out to contain Grade A pasteurized milk, Samir was sent home and we lost our in-house tutor.

At the time, the Statistics Department was a very comfortable family, with Lyle Calvin as the leader. Lyle, Don Guthrie, Scott Overton, Ed Hughes (briefly), Dave Faulkenberry, Don Pierce, Dave Thomas, Ken Rowe, and Roger Peterson were supportive mentors and great friends. It was the Statistics Department lunchroom where I learned to play bridge, a pastime that has consumed a lot of my time over the past 47 years. I also recall fondly program assistants Peg Stuart and Dotty Jameson who were always available to help the students when we required assistance.

My experience with the Statistics Department at OSU was life-changing for me. After earning an undergraduate degree in math from the University of Washington, I didn't know where to turn until a UW advisor recommended that I contact Lyle Calvin. My studies at OSU helped prepare me for an enjoyable, rewarding 44-year career with the University of Oregon. At OSU, I also met my wife (we've been married 45 years) and OSU is the alma mater for our two daughters.

Despite the rapid growth of the Department in the 1960’s, its status was not altogether secure. The Dean of the College of Science didn’t see a need for statistics, which prompted intense discussions about the future of the Department. This came to a head in 1968, when Calvin commissioned an outside review by David Blackwell, William Kruskal, and Lincoln Moses. In their report, these eminent statisticians found much that was good with the Department, praised it for its collaboration with other units, and found the number one weakness to be a deficiency of mentors for Ph.D. students. Their recommendation to hire a senior faculty member forced the dean’s hand. The Department was allowed to continue and to search for a senior faculty member, which lead to the hiring of Hugh Daniel Brunk. Brunk’s pioneering work in isotonic regression and mathematical statistics immediately enhanced the reputation of the Department.

Reflections of Don Pierce. As a faculty member from 1966 to 1996, Don was a top researcher, making contributions in many areas but most notably in methodology and application in radiation health epidemiology and in higher-order asymptotics.

Although I cut my career at OSU somewhat short to work in Japan, I want to say that OSU Statistics was a great place for me in all respects. These mainly had to do with the quality of the faculty and students, and the leadership of Lyle Calvin. Here I will mention only a few of many things, those coming first to my mind.

Shortly after I joined the department, I found that OSU Stat was what turned out to be more than a decade ahead of its time in terms of statistical computing. Don Guthrie developed under an NSF grant a university-wide mainframe, time-sharing teaching system SIPS that used TTY machines distributed around the campus. This software was perhaps closest to the Minitab that came along about a decade later, and was simply revolutionary. In 1961-65 during my Ph.D., like most others I never actually did a multiple regression of any reality, but 3 years later we were having hundreds of students from all over campus doing this. The importance of SIPS was not only for teaching but for our more general statistical practice, and it was kept alive even beyond its time by Ken Rowe in experiment station work.

The program of outstanding visiting statisticians mentioned later in this history had a profound effect on my professional development. Even today, I very often think of things I learned from those such as Bill Cochran and David Cox. Similarly, much of one’s professional development derives from faculty colleagues, and I want to say to say that much of my “education” on statistical theory came from interactions with Dave Thomas. It seems that he learned more readily than I did what the theory of statistics was all about, e.g. the real meaning for applications and research of theory such as one finds in the advanced texts by Lehmann. His creativity is not adequately reflected by publications, but was widely recognized. For example early work in Cox regression often pointed to his unpublished technical reports as first discovering aspects of that theory, and Art Owen often credited a paper of Dave’s for first using the idea of empirical likelihood.

Partly since the author of this history will not be doing this, I want to comment on the importance of the text The Statistical Sleuth by Fred Ramsey and Dan Schafer. Those unfamiliar with this text should look at the review by G. W. Cobb in The American Statistician, 2000, pp. 78-81. This highly original text reflects the insights and diligence of the authors, and has had considerable influence in the teaching of the statistical craft, having been adopted for coursework by about 65 departments in the U.S.

The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Service was legally mandated to estimate the effects of fisherman and hunters on fish and wildlife populations, but lacked the expertise to do so themselves. With their funding, Calvin; Roy Young, the Dean of Research; and Bob Mason, created the Survey Research Center (SRC) in 1973. The SRC resided in the Statistics Department, with Calvin as director. This made sense because most survey centers that were forming in social science departments lacked the statistical expertise to produce credible results. At that time, Iowa State and Oregon State had the only Survey Centers that were embedded in Statistics Departments.

Robert Mason, on the first years of the Survey Research Center. Bob was an editor for the Agricultural Experiment Station’s news publication, but was enlisted to help start the Survey Research Center in 1973 because of his familiarity with questionnaire design. He continued to work for the Center until his retirement, and continued to help out in retirement until 2009.

We received immediate attention due to our work on admitted tax evasion (supported by the Oregon Department of Revenue), in which one out of four in our Oregon sample admitted that they cheated on their taxes. The IRS immediately said that our study was wrong…that only about 5% were delinquent. The New York Times gave our study a full run, and I had to testify before Congress about our results. The head of the IRS had a very uncomfortable session, for he had no data to support how much cheating was going on. I was sweating our testimony but the House panel that heard the testimony agreed and told the IRS to get cracking on their own studies. I worked with Bill Lefbom, the IRS researcher in charge of their study. Their results showed that US taxpayers were cheating at about the 30% level and that most of it came from underreporting income, not overstating deductions or failure to file. In that respect, their results supported ours.

Figure 3. Oregon State University Statistics Department, 1979. From left: Ken Rowe, Dan Brunk, Paula Kanarek and child, Dave Thomas, Shirley Neyhart, Justus Seely, Lyle Calvin, Dave Faulkenberry, Dave Butler, Roger Petersen, Don Pierce, Dave Birkes, Fred Ramsey, Jeff Arthur

In the years 1965-75 the Department had a Biometry Training Grant, which permitted visits of 1-3 weeks by a great many of the most prominent statisticians of that era. The chance to interact with these people had an important impact on the faculty. Among the visitors were David Cox, William Cochran, David Blackwell, Dennis Lindley, Nathan Mantel, R. L. Anderson, and Walter Smith. Also during this time, many of the Department’s faculty members established overseas connections. Lyle Calvin spent time in Egypt and Scotland; Roger Peterson in Syria; Dave Faulkenberry in Yemen, Oman, and Egypt; Justus Seely and Dave Thomas in Egypt; and Don Pierce in Japan.

1982-2010 and the Recent Era

Dave Faulkenberry became the Department Chair in 1981 when Calvin stepped down to become Dean of the Graduate School, and Justus Seely took over from 1984 to 1997. When Seely retired, the Department was very short on senior faculty members and an external search led to the hiring of Bob Smythe, who had been chair at George Washington University. Smythe served as chair at OSU from 1998 until 2008. Dan Schafer followed him in 2008. The economic picture for higher education in Oregon was not great in this time span. The Statistics Department owes a great deal to Seely and Smythe for their perseverance in representing the Department in this period.

The gender composition changed remarkably in these years. In 1982, all fourteen of the Department’s tenure-track faculty members were male (and mostly named Dave, Dan, or Don). In 2010, there were four male and five female tenure-track faculty members. In 2009, Ginny Lesser became the first female promoted to full professor.

Figure 4. Some members of the OSU Statistics community in December, 2010. Back row, from left: Lisa Ganio, Associate Professor in Forest Ecosystems and Society (adjunct in the Statistics Department); Sarah Emerson, assistant professor; Ginny Lesser, professor; Paul Murtaugh, associate professor, John Molitor, Associate Professor in Public Health (adjunct in the Statistics Department); Yanming Di, assistant professor; Lan Xue, assistant professor; Jeannie Sifneos, research assistant. Front row, from left: Cliff Pereira, research associate; Ken Rowe, professor emeritus; Bob Smythe, professor emeritus; Jeff Arthur, professor; Alix Gitelman, associate professor; Lisa Madsen, assistant professor; and Dan Schafer, professor.

Environmental Statistics and Other Contributions

Early collaborations with the College of Forestry, the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and the Geography Department led to an emphasis on statistics associated with natural resources and environmental monitoring. Lyle Calvin worked on salmon returns to Oregon’s rivers and streams for many years. W. Scott Overton (1965-1993) had a joint appointment with the Forestry College and worked closely with the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), making major contributions to several aspects of EPA’s National Surface Water Surveys conducted during the 1980s and to EPA’s Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP). N. Scott Urquhart (1991 - 2001), a research professor, initially worked under Overton’s EPA cooperative agreement and then with EMAP, and made many statistical contributions to problems originating from EMAP. Don L. Stevens (2001-2010), who joined the Statistics Department in 2001 as a research professor, obtained EPA funding for the Department through the Designs and Models for Aquatic Resource Surveys (DAMARS) program. He continued to refine and promote an environmental sampling methodology that he had developed with another former student, Tony Olsen.

Fred Ramsey (1966-2003) made major contributions to estimation of wildlife population sizes. In addition to writing many research papers on estimating wildlife abundance, he participated in major surveys of bird populations in the Hawaiian Islands and various South Pacific islands. One of Ramsey’s Ph.D. students, Steven Thompson has made major contributions to wildlife sampling in his own academic career at Penn State and Simon Fraser Universities. One of Overton’s students, Ken Burnham, has made similar contributions to wildlife sampling and abundance methodology at Colorado State University.

Current faculty members who have interests in environmental and ecological statistics are Paul Murtaugh (1992- ) in statistical ecology, Virginia Lesser (1992 - ) in environmental sampling, Lisa Madsen (2003- ) and Alix Gitelman (1999- ) in spatial statistics, and adjunct professor Lisa Ganio (Forest Ecosystems and Society) in natural resources problems. Many doctoral graduates from the Department have had active careers in environmental areas, including Tony Olsen, EPA; Nancy Lo, National Marine Fisheries Service; Rich McArthur, Nevada Water Resource Center; Trent McDonald, West Statistical and Environmental Consultants; Kerry Ritter, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project; and Kathy Irvine, USGS.

Notable research contributions in other areas include Dan Brunk’s pioneering work on isotonic regression and Don Pierce’s major contributions to methodology for radiation health epidemiology. Some faculty members who have had important impacts on students were Dave Thomas, whose knowledge, sensibility, and generosity defined the character of the Department for many years; Justus Seely, whose commitment to the Department and students was exceptional (and often entertaining); and Dave Birkes, who has played an unheralded role in the completion of many Ph.D. theses. Birkes has won the Statistics Students’ teacher of the year award in 10 of the 39 years it’s been given.

About one-fourth of the 122 Ph.D. graduates of the department have gone into academic positions: Jim Reinmuth (University of Oregon), Robert Fossum (University of Texas), Charles Phillips (Cal State Sonoma), Jim Daly (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo), Tom Burnett (Naval Post Graduate School), Len Deaton (Cal State University, Los Angeles), Brad Crain (Portland State University), Ken Burnham (Colorado State University), Steve Thompson (Penn State, Simon Frazer University), Dana Thomas (University of Alaska), Gary Sexton (Oregon Health Sciences University), Michael Jacroux (Washington State University), Nancy Carter (Cal State University, Chico), Don Stevens (Oregon State University), Yadolah Dodge (University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland), Robert Gray (Harvard School of Public Health), Loretta (Robb) Thielman (University of Wisconsin-Stout), Cliff Pereira (Oregon State University), Luis Cid (Universidad de Concepción, Chile), Rick Rossi (Montana Tech), Steve Stehman (State University of New York), Lisa Ganio (Oregon State University), Mohamed Limam (University of Tunis, Tunesia), Dawn Van Leeuwin (New Mexico State), DeWayne Derryberry (University of Puget Sound and Idaho State University), Shaun Wulff (University of Wyoming), Kathy Irvine (Montana State University), Pachitjanut Siripanich (The National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand), George Fegan (University of Portland and Santa Clara University), Michel Lejeune (University of Grenoble, France), David Bogdanoff (Cleveland State University), Len Haff (University of California, San Diego), Roza Sjamsoe'oed (Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia), Caryn Thompson (Acadia University, University of New Brunswick, and University of Louisville).

Titles in the Dewey Microfilm and Microprint collections were acquired by the UO Library prior to 1965. Most reels contain single dissertations. The inventory is arranged by Dewey Decimal number. Entries include author, title, publication date. No records for most of these works appear in the UO Library's online catalog. Most of the Dewey Microfilm are shelved in Government Documents Row C21. The exceptions are 051.Am35 and 051.Am 351 which are shelved in Room 191N in Government Documents.

          010 Sm65. Smith, Sidney Butler. The United States government as bibliographer. Thesis, Chicago, 1947.

027.7 C128 M. Mood, Fulmer. A survey of the library resources of the University of California: Berkeley, Davis, La Jolla, Los Angeles, Mount Hamilton, Riverside, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara. 1950.

027.7 Il6 Y. Yenawine, Wayne Stewart. The influence of scholars on research library development at the Illinois. Thesis, Illinois, 1955.

027.7 M666 S. Swank, Raynard Coe. Proposals for the reorganization of serials and documents in the Minnesota Library. 1945. On this film is also his Oregon Library expansion, preliminary statement of needs. 1947.

027.82746 P945. Prostano, Emanuel Theodore. An analysis of school library resources in Connecticut as compared to national standards. Thesis, Connecticut, 1962.

027.82748 C992. Cyphert, Frederick Ralph. Current practice in the use of the library in selected junior high schools in Pennsylvania. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1957.

027.82778 M741. Monagan, Rogers Thomas. A study of the administration of libraries in the public elementary schools of St. Louis. Thesis, Missouri, 1950.

028.5 D922. Dunning, Arthur Stephenson. A definition of the role of the junior novel based on analyses of thirty selected novels. Thesis, Florida State, 1959.

028.7 W672. Williams, Gordon R. A study of the bibliographic sources used by library patrons. Thesis, Chicago, 1952.

050 K924. Kronick, David A. The origins and development of the scientific and technological periodical press, 1665-1790. Thesis, Chicago, 1956.

051 Am35. American periodical series: [series I]. 33 reels. 18th Century. 89 titles. Finding aid: American Periodicals, 1741 -1900: An Index to the Microfilm Collections (REF KNIGHT PN4877 .H66 1979). Use series I citations. This collection is stored in Room 191N in Documents.

051 Am351. Reel Guide. American periodical series: 1800-1850. A guide to ... the microfilm collection. 1st-48th year. Missing.

051 Am351. American periodical series: 1800-1850 [series II]. 1966 reels. 911 titles. Finding aid: American Periodicals, 1741-1900: An Index to the Microfilm Collections (REF KNIGHT PN4877 .H66 1979). Use series II citations. Series III is not in the collection. This collection is stored in Room 191N in Documents.

051 Sm29. The Smart Set; A magazine of cleverness. 40  reels. 1900-1924.

052 D641. Diverting post, for the entertainment of town and country. London, 1704-1705. Microfilm of facsimile in the Illinois library. 1947.

052 M469. The Medley. 1710-1712. London.

070.4311 B677. Bowers, David R. Changes in non-advertising content of two selected groups of newspapers subscribing to teletypesetter circuit operation. Thesis, Iowa State, 1954.

070.4311 R796. Rowland, Dewey Wayne. Teletypesetter in the small newspaper operation. Thesis, Missouri, 1955.

070.431113 D91. Dunagin, Ruth. Radio news style practice in newsrooms of United States radio stations. Thesis, Missouri, 1949.

070.7 G92. Grubb, Donald Ray. A critique of the status of journalism in American public secondary schools. Thesis, Utah, 1956.

071 B766. Brier, Warren Judson. A history of newspapers in the Pacific Northwest, 1846-1896. Thesis, Iowa State, 1957.

071 En37.  Engstrom, Warren Carl. Social composition and training of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune news and editorial staffs. Thesis, Minnesota, 1950.

071 K623. Kinnier, John T. The publishers of weekly newspapers in Missouri. Thesis, Missouri, 1951.

112 G375. Gilbert, Neal Ward. Concepts of method in the Renaissance and their ancient and medieval antecedents. Thesis, Columbia, 1956.

150 C872. Crockett, Harry Jennings. Achievement motivation and occupational mobility in the United States. Thesis, Michigan, 1961.

150.702 B785. Broen, William Ernest. A factor-analytic study of religious attitudes. Thesis, Minnesota, 1956.

150.703 B645. Borow, Henry. A psychometric study of non-intellectual factors in college achievement. Thesis, Penn State. [1945?]

150.703 B917. Burke, James Murray. The development of a test of critical thinking for pupils in grades five and six. Thesis, Connecticut, 1958.

150.703 En62. Ennis, Robert Hugh. The development of a critical thinking test. Thesis, Illinois, 1959.

150.703 F136. Fagin, Harold Theodore. An investigation of the nature and magnitude of the components of retest unreliability. Thesis, New York U, 1950.

150.703 H396. Henry, William Earl. An exploration of the validity and usefulness of the thematic apperception technique in the study of culture-personality relations. Part of thesis, Chicago, 1947.

150.703 K537. Kidd, Aline Halstead. A factor and item analysis of the test of G: culture free and the Stanford-Binet, Form L. Thesis, Arizona, 1960.

150.703 M292. Malchow, Dorothy Mae. A multiple solution card sorting problem as realted to transfer and to personality measures. Thesis, Wisconsin-Madison, 1949.

150.703 M629. Mills William Willis. MMPI profile pattern and scale stability throughout four years of college attendance. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.

150.703 M822. Morgan, Henry Hollinshead. An analysis of certain structured and unstructured test results of achieving and non-achieving high ability college students. Thesis, Minnesota, 1951.

150.703 Q28. Quast, Wentworth. Visual-motor performance in the reproduction of geometric figures as a developmental phenomenon in children. Thesis, Minnesota, 1957.

150.703 W364. Way, Harrison Hedley. The relationship between forced choice scores and differentiated response scores on the Kuder preference record - vocational. Thesis, Indiana, 1953.

152 Z43. Zaner, Karl E. The perception of finality in simple tonal sequences as determined by pitch. Thesis, Harvard, 1926.

152.2 H926. Huntley, Stirling Louis. Some emotional reactions of a theatre audience with regard to colored light. Thesis, Stanford, 1956.

152.5 Eh13. Ehart, Mary Elizabeth. Cognitive complexity-simplicity in teachers' percetions of pupils in relation to teaching effectiveness.  Thesis, Illinois, 1957.

152.5 G561. Goins, Jean Turner. Visual perceptual abilities and tachistoscopic training related to reading progress. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

152.5 H463. Hess, Harrie Fox. Level of cognitive awareness; its measure and relation to behavior. Thesis, Colorado, 1959.

152.5 Sch81. Schulman, Irving. The relation between the perception of movement on the Rorschach test and levels of conceptualization; an experimental study and theoretical analysis of thought processes involved in the perception of movement on the Rorschach test. Thesis, New York U., 1953.

152.7 Ad59. Adler, Nathan. The perception of time as a function of self-organization. Thesis, Berkeley, 1954.

153 B669. Bouthilet, Lorraine. The measurement of intuitive thinking. Thesis, Chicago, 1948.

153.1 B912. Burgess, Thomas Charles. A study of certain relationships between self-concept, vocational interests, and occupational stereotypes. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.

153.1 Er52. Erlandson, Forrest Leroy. Socio-economic factors related to vocational interests as measured by the Strong vocational interest blank for men. Thesis, Minnesota, 1953.

153.1 L586. Lewis, Isabel Boyd. An exploration of elements bearing on the interests of a selected group of elementary school children with particular reference to the literature of interest and development. Thesis, Northwestern, 1953.

153.2 B581. Blake, Kathryn A. Studies of the effects of systematic variations of certain conditions related to learning. Research project, Syracuse, 1959.

153.2 D537. D'Heurle, Adma. The relation of personality factors to academic learning in children. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

153.2 Eb17. Ebbinghaus, Hermann. Memory; a contribution to experimental psychology. Teachers College, Columbia, 1913.

153.2 K287. Kelley, Henry Paul. Factor analysis of memory ability. Thesis, Princeton, 1954.

153.2 L572. Leukel, Francis Parker. The effect of electroconvulsive shock and pentothal anesthesia on maze learning and retention. Thesis, Washington, 1955.

153.2 M778. Moon, Louis Edgar. Analysis of oddity learning by rhesus monkeys. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1954.

153.2 P751. Podell, Harrriett Amster. An experimental study of concept formation. Thesis, Clark, 1957.

153.2 Sch95. Schwartz, Bert David. Certain relations between verbalization and concept formation: the destruction of ideas by words. Thesis, Princeton, 1948.

153.2 T174. Tarini, John H. A longitudinal study of the development of personality structures in relation to academic learning in children. Thesis, Chicago, 1956.

153.3 B929. Burmester, Mary Alice Horswill. The construction and validation of a test to measure some of the inductive aspects of scientific thinking. Thesis, Michigan State, 1951.

153.3 Q39. Quevillon, Naomi M. Semantic behavior of three different personality groups. Thesis, Minnesota, 1960.

153.3 R639. Rokeach, Milton. Generalized mental rigidity as a factor in ethnocentrism. Thesis, Berkeley, 1948.

153.31 C173. Capobianco, Rudolph Joseph. Quantitative and qualitative analyses of exogenous and endogenous children in some reading processes, December 1, 1956-November 30, 1957.Syracuse,1958.

153.31 F635. Fletcher, Junior Eugene. A study of the relationships between ability to use context as an aid in reading and other verbal abilities. Thesis, Washington, 1959.

153.31 St87. Stromberg, Eleroy Leonard. Visual characteristics of good and poor readers among college students. Thesis, Minnesota, 1937.

153.5 Al78. Alson, Eli. Cognitive structure and dogmatism. Thesis, Buffalo, 1958.

153.5 H414. Herber, Harold L. An inquiry into the effect of instruction in critical thinking upon students in grades ten, eleven, and twelve. Thesis, Boston, 1959.

153.5 M449. Maw, Ethel Wildey. An experiment in teaching critical thinking in the intermediate grades. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1959.

153.5 R746. Rothstein, Arnold. An experiment in developing critical thinking through the teaching of American history. Thesis, New York, 1960.

153.5 T125. Taft, Ronald. Some correlates of the ability to make accurate social judgements. Thesis, Berkeley, 1950.

154.2 B989. Byrne, Donn Erwin. Response to humor as a function of drive arousal and psychological defenses. Thesis, Stanford, 1957.

154.2 R541. Roberts, Allyn F. Some relationships between personality and humor. Thesis, Michigan State, 1957.

154.2 W436. Weiss, Justin Leon. An experimental study of the psychodynamics of humor. Thesis, Michigan, 1955.

155.1 H757. Honig, Werner K. Prediction of preference, transposition and transposition-reversal from the generalization gradient. Thesis, Duke, 1958.

155.4 N175. Nash, Myrtle Corliss. A quantitative study of effects of past experience on adaptation-level. Thesis, Bryn Mawr, 1952.

155.43 C548. Clark, L. Verdelle. The effect of mental practice on the development of a certain motor skill. Thesis, Wayne State, 1958.

155.43 K837. Koob, Clarence G. A study of the Johnson motor skills test as a measure of motor educability. Thesis, Iowa, 1937.

155.43 T775. Trussell, Ella May. Mental practice as a factor in the learning of a complex motor skill. Thesis, Berkeley, 1952.

155.43 W299. Waterland, Joan Caroline. The effect of mental practice combined with kinesthetic perception when the practice precedes each overt performance of a motor skill. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1956.

157 H128. Halbower, Charles Carson. A comparison of actuarial vs. clinical prediction to classes discriminated by the Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory. Thesis, Minnesota, 1955.

157 H298. Havener, Philip Henry. Distortions in the perception of self and others by persons using paranoid defenses. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1961.

157.1 C168. Cantor, Gordon N. An investigation of discrimination learning ability in Mongoloid and normal children of comparable mental age, January 1, 1957-June 30, 1958. 1958.

157.22 At57. Atkinson, Rita Allen (Loyd). Paired-associate learning by schizophrenic and normal subjects under conditions of verbal reward and verbal punishment. Thesis, Indiana, 1957.

157.22 Ib3. Ibelle, Bertram Patterson. Discrepancies between self-concepts and ideal self- concepts in paranoid schizophrenics and normals. Thesis, Connecticut, 1960.

157.22 R564. Robinson, Nancy Lou Mayer. Paired-associate learning by schizophrenic subjects under conditions of personal and impersonal reward and punishment. Thesis, Stanford, 1957.

157.5 B732. Brams, Jerome Martin. The relationship between personal characteristics of counseling trainees and effective communication in counseling. Thesis, Missouri, 1957.

157.51 If 6. Iflund, Boris. Selective recall of meaningful material as related to psychoanalytic formulations in certain psychiatric syndromes. Thesis, Berkeley, 1953.

157.51 M315. Mann, John William. The folktale as a reflector of individual and social structure; a depth-psychological study of seven tales from the brothers Grimm. Thesis, Columbia, 1959. Missing.

157.51 M853. Mosher, Donald Leo. The development and validation of a sentence completion measure of guilt. Thesis, Ohio State, 1961.

157.52 B214. Ballin, Marian Ruth. An evaluation of adult group guidance. Thesis, Stanford, 1954.

157.52 F25. Farson, Richard Evans. Introjection in the psychotherapeutic relationship; an experimental study in client-centered therapy. Thesis, Chicago, 1955.

157.52 R227. Reader, Natalie. An investigation into some personality changes occurring in individuals undergoing client-centered therapy. Thesis, Chicago, 1948.

159 W171. Walter, James Coates. Attitudes concerning the guidance of children; a study of the differential effects of an introductory course in child development on the attitudes of college women. Thesis, Florida, 1954.

159.1 Ap57. Applezweig, Dorothy Gordon. An investigation of the interrelationships of several measures of rigidity under varying conditions of security. Thesis, Michigan, 1952.

159.1 B644. Booth, E.G. Personality traits of athletes. Thesis, Iowa, 1957.

159.1 C123. Cairns, Robert Bennett. Influence of dependency anxiety on the effectiveness of social reinforcers. Thesis, Standford, 1959.

159.1 C883. Crosby, Marion Josephine. Personality adjustment, academic achievement and job satisfaction. Thesis, Columbia, 1950.

159.1 D379. DeLisle, Frances Helen. A study of the relationship of the self-concept to adjustment in a selected group of college women. Thesis, Michigan State College, 1953.

159.1 D445. Derian, Albert Steven. Some personality characteristics of athletes studied by the projective method. Thesis, Berkeley, 1947.

159.1 F569. Fitts, Williams Howard. The role of the self concept in social perception. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1955.

159.1 F759. Fordyce, Wilbert Evans. Applications of a scale of dependency to concepts of self, ideal-self, mother, and father. Thesis, Washington, 1953.

159.1 G713. Gottesman, Irving I. The psychogenetics of personality. Thesis, Minnesota, 1960.

159.1 H949. Hurvich, Marvin Samuel. The experimental arousal and assessment of dependency motivation. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1960.

159.1 L762. Livingston, Charles David. The personality correlates of high and low identifications with the father image. Thesis, Houston, 1956.

159.1 L952. Lowenfels, Michals. Free drawing as a projective test in cross-cultural investigations. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1950.

159.1 M279. Mahoney, Francis B. Projective psychological findings in Palau personality. Thesis, Chicago, 1950.

159.1 N233. Naylor, Haig Kelly. The relationship of dependency behavior to intellectual problem solving. Thesis, Ohio, 1955.

159.1 R134. Raine, Walter Jerome. Personality patterns of students as related to IQ scores and achievement in related subjects. Thesis, Chicago, 1954.

159.1 R151. Ranck, James Gilmour. Some personality correlates of religious attitudes and belief. Thesis, Columbia, 1955.

159.1 Sa83. Satter, George Albert. Some dimensions of the religious attitudes of three hundred engaged couples. Thesis, Purdue, 1955.

159.1 Sh44. Shelsky, Irving. The effect of disability on self-concept. Thesis, Columbia, 1957.

159.1 T157. Tannenbaum, Arnold Sherwood. The relationship between personality and group structure: as seen through attitudinal and perceptual reactions to differently controlled group structures in an industrial organization. Thesis, Syracuse, 1954.

159.1 T213. Taylor, Donald M. Consistency of the self-concept. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1953.

159.1 W462. Wells, William DeWitt. Behavioral correlates of authoritarian personality. Thesis, Standford, 1953.

159.1 Z13. Zajonc, Robert Boleslaw. Cognitive structure and cognitive tuning. Thesis, Michigan, 1954.

159.2 C127. Caldwell, Donald Frost. Emotionality and learning of progeny from adrenal demedullated and normal mice subjected to chronic prenatal stress. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1960.

159.2 F381. Ferguson, Eva Dreikurs. The effect of sibling competition and alliance on level of aspiration, expectation and performance. Thesis, Northwestern, 1956.

159.2 Ob3. Obias, Mariano Dy-Liacco. Maternal behavior of hypophysectomized gravid albino rats and the development and performance of their progeny. Thesis, Standford, 1955.

159.2 T375. Thompson, Myrthalyne Cardine. A study of the effects of prenatal doses of phenobarbital on the learning behavior of rat progeny. Thesis, Purdue, 1958.

159.3 B561. Black, Abraham Harry. The extinction of avoidance responses under curare. Thesis, Harvard, 1956.

159.3 B729. Brady, Joseph Vincent. The effect of electro-convulsive shock on a conditioned emotional response. Thesis, Chicago, 1951.

159.3 G943. Guild, Robert Earl. An investigation of the conditions necessary for the establishment of food or water-directed behavior in satiated rats. Thesis, Washington, 1955.

159.7 P752. Poe, Wesley A. Differential value patterns of college students. Thesis, Nebraska, 1954.

160 F867. Fraunce, Abraham. The lawiers logike, exemplifying the praecepts of logike, by the practise of the common lawe. London, 1588.

160 H794. Hospinianus, Johann Wirth. Hospiniani Quaestionum dialecticarum libri sex, post longam ampplificationem et castigationem, nunc demum secundo in lucem emissi. Basileae, apud N. Episcopium & M. Harscherum, 1557.

171 H198. Hanson, Clifford Tange. The concepts of right and ought in the philosophies of G.E. Moore, Sir William David Ross, and A.C. Ewing. Thesis, Nebraska, 1955.

178 G971. Gusfield, Joseph R. Organizational Change, a study of Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Thesis, Chicago, 1954.

179.91 Su36. Suhm, Lawrence Lee. Leisure in Latin America: a preliminary inquiry into the economic and social implications of mass leisure in underdeveloped areas. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1962.

181.1 C861. Creel, Lorraine. The concept of social order in early Confucianism. Thesis, Chicago, 1943.

188 C29. Conant, Joseph Michael. The younger Cato; a critical life with special reference to Plutarch's biography. Thesis, Columbia, 1953.

191.9 P353. Beauchamp, William Theodore. Peirce's conception of the symbolic process; an interpretation for instructors in college freshman composition and communication. Thesis, Columbia, 1958.

192.7 M61. Levi, Albert William. A study in the social philosophy of John Stuart Mill. Thesis, Chicago, 1938.

192.9 F381. Kettler, David. The social and political thought of Adam Ferguson: an intellectual and the emergence of modern society. Thesis, Columbia, 1960.

192.9 K128. Bevilacqua, Vincent Michael. The rhetorical theory of Henry Home, Lord Kames. Thesis, Illinois, 1961.

194.9 C754. Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat. Outlines of an historical view of the progress of the human mind: being a posthumous work of the late M. de Condorcet. London, 1795.

194.9 M339. Hazo, Samuel John. An analysis of the aesthetic of Jacques Maritain. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1957.

195 N659. Nizzoli, Mario. Marii Nizolii Anti-barbarus philosophicus, sive philosophia scholasticorum impugnata, libris IV. De veris principiis et vera ratione philosophandi contra pseudo-philosophos inscriptis... Baron I A Boineburg ab editore G.G.L.L. .. Francofvrti apud Hermannum a Sande, 1674.

195 N659d. Nizzoli, Mario. Mario Nizolii Brixellensis De Veris Principiis et vera ratione, philosophandi contra psevdophilosophos, libri iiii... Parmae, apud Septimus Viottum, 1553.

195 N659d4. Nizzoli, Mario. Mario Nizolii De veris principiis et vera ratione philosophandi contra pseudophilosophos, libri IV inscripti ... Francofurti, apud Hermannum a Sande, 1670.

201 C839. Cox, Christine. A study of the religious practices, values, and attitudes in a selected group of families. Thesis, Cornell, 1957.

201 T198. Taves, Marvin Jacob. A study of social factors associated with religiousity among a sample of college employees. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.

205 N42. New York watchman. v.1-2, 5-6. Jan. 1836-Dec. 1837, Jan. 1840-Dec. 1841. New York.

205 N73. The Nonconformist. v. 2-3, Jan. 1842-Dec. 1843. London. 2v.

207 H427. Hermolink, Heinrich. Die theologische fakultat in Tubingen vor der reformation 1477-1534. Tubingen, Verlag von J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) 1906.

208 Ed96. Edwards, Jonathan. The miscellanies. 17--.

223.8 B471l. Bible. O.T. Ecclesiastes. London, printed by Richard Field, 1597.

229.3 R983. Rylaardam, John Coert. Hebrew wisdom with special reference to the concept of the spirit. Part of a thesis, Chicago, 1947.

229.8 B471e. Bible. Greek. N.T. Apocryphal books. Gospels.1876.

230 R394. Richardson, Harold Wellington. A study of the readiness of American Baptist theological students holding opposing "fundamentalist" and "modernist" theological views to associate in religious groups with those differing from themselves. Thesis, Michigan, 1952.

230.2 P814. Popov, Andrei Nikolaevich. Russian. Catholic Church. Doctrinal and controversial works. 1875.

253 F181. Falk, Laurence Le Roy. The minister's response to his perception of conflict between self expectations and parishioner's expectations of his role. Thesis, Nebraska, 1962.

253 J63. Johnson, Clarence Dale. Priest, prophet and professional man; study of religious leadership in a small community. Thesis, Minnesota, 1962.

253 J633. Johnson, Jeff Griffith. An analysis and description of role expectations for ministers of the Southern California district of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Thesis, Southern California, 1961.

253 P749. Plyler, Henry Ellis. Variation of ministerial roles by size and location of church. Thesis, Missouri, 1961.

254.2 W589. Whitham, Richard Robert. Issues effecting a Protestant ministry to marriage relationships in the inner city. Thesis, Boston, 1960.

261 C246. Carter, Paul Allen. The decline and revival of the social gospel: social and political liberalism in American Protestant churches. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.

261 G578. Goldstein, Bernice Zinderman. The changing Protestant ethic; rural patterns in health, work and leisure. Thesis, Purdue, 1959.

261 H192. Handy, Robert Theodore. George D. Herron and the social gospel in American Protestantism, 1890-1901. Thesis, Chicago, 1949.

261 P193. Pangborn, Cyrus Ransom. Free churches and social change; a critical study of the Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches of the United States. Thesis, Columbia, 1951.

261 R612. Rodda, William Francis Benjamin. An exploration of the response of organized Protestantism in an expanding commuter suburb. 1920-1950. Thesis, New York, 1953.

265.5 Em34. Emerson, James Gordon. The remarriage of divorced persons in the United Presbyterian church of the United States of America. Thesis, Chicago, 1959.

276 H235. Harr, Wilber Christian.The Negro as an American Protestant missionary in Africa. Thesis, Chicago, 1945.

277.1 So13. Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Rapport sur les missions du dioces de Quebec ... no. 1-7; Jan. 1839 - Jul 1847. Quebec. 1839-47.

281.947 G584. Golubinskii, Evgenii Evsigneevich. Istoriia russkoi tserkvi. v.1-v.2, 1917.

282.73 H293. Hauk, Mary Ursula. Changing patterns of Catholic population in Eastern United States. Thesis, Clark, 1959.

283.42 K169. Kautz, Arthur Philip. The Jacobean episcopate and its legacy. Thesis, Minnesota, 1952.

283.73 R473. Ringer, Benjamin Bernard. The parishioner and his church; a study of sociology of religion. Thesis, Columbia, 1957.

283.73 W528. Weston, M. Moran. Social policy of the Episcopal Church in the twentieth century. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.

285.105 C462. The Christian observer. Louisville. v.1-10. 1813-1823.Title varies.

286.05 J826. The journal and messenger; the central national Baptist paper. Cincinnati, Indianapolis.vol.14-39 (inc) -1920.

286.405 Si26. Signs of the times. Devoted to the Old school Baptist cause. New York.vol 1-12 1832-1844, vol. 14-381846-1870.

286.5 Ev16. Evans, Theodore Quentin. The Brethren pastor; differential conceptions of an emerging role. Thesis, Ohio State, 1960.

286.673 L696. Lists of preachers of Churches of Christ and directories of churches. 1906-1949.

287.605 C46. Christian advocate. Nashville. 1860-1883.

287.605 C463. Christian advocate and journal. New York. 1844-1845.

287.605 D143. Daily Christian advocate. Buffalo. May 1860- June 1860.

287.605 N819. Northwestern Christian advocate. Chicago. May 1860- June 1860.

287.605 P687. Pittsburgh Christian advocate. Pittsburgh. Jan 1846- Feb 1849.

287.605 So88. Southern Christian advocate. Charleston. 1861-1895.

287.605 Z67. Zion's herald. Boston and Portland. May 1860- June 1860.

289.7 C58. Clear, Valorous Bernard. The Church of God, a study in social adaptation. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

289.9 B595. Blaney, Harvey Judson Smith. The attitudes of Nazarene ministers towards their profession. Thesis, Boston, 1960.

297 K527. Khan, Mohammed Halim. Muslims in India after 1947; a study in political geography. Thesis, Clark, 1958.

299.51 C76. Confucius.Digest of the Analects. Milan. 1937.

301 T217. Taylor, Richard Wirth. Groups and the political process: a study of the methodology of Arthur Fisher Bentley. Thesis, Illinois, 1950.

301.15 Ax22. Axelrod, Morris. A study of formal and informal group participation in the large urban community. Thesis, Michigan, 1954.

301.15 B233. Barbor, Bernard. Mass apathy and voluntary social participation in the United States. Thesis, Harvard, 1948.

301.15 B785. Brody, David S. Developmental factors affecting sociality traits and work habits among college women. Thesis, Minnesota, 1952.

301.15 B812. Brown, Emory John. Elements associated with activity and inactivity in formal organizations. Thesis, Michigan State, 1952.

301.15 B859. Budner, Stanley. An investigation on intolerance of ambiguity. Thesis, Columbia, 1960.

301.15 C355. Chambliss, William Joseph. The selection of friends. Thesis, Indiana U, 1962

301.15 D297. Davis, Robert Cambell. Commitment to professional values as related to the role performance of research scientists. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.

301.15 Eh89. Ehrlich, Howard Jay. The analysis of role conflicts in a complex organization: the police. Thesis, Michigan State, 1959.

301.15 F268. Fathi, Asghar. The effects of latent positions on interaction. Thesis, Washington, 1962.

301.15 G298. Georgopoulos, Basil Spyros. The normative structure of social systems; a study of organizational effectiveness. Thesis, Michigan, 1957.

301.15 G557. Goffman, Erving. Communication conduct in an island community. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

301.15 G568. Goldhamer, Herbert. Some factors affection participation in voluntary associations. Thesis, Chicago, 1945.

301.15 H367. Helfrich, Margaret Louise. The social role of the executive's wife. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1959.

301.15 J135. Jackson, Jay Mervin. Analysis of interpersonal relations in a formal organization. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

301.15 L578. Levine, Daniel U. The relation between attitudes concerning education and attitudes concerning government and society. Thesis, Chicago, 1963.

301.15 L762. Livingston, Patricia Jane. The work attitudes of chronically ill and aging persons; a comparison of the work attitudes of two groups of patients referred to a sheltered workshop in a municipal custodial institution. Thesis, New York, 1959.

301.15 M132 McCleary, Lloyd Everald. A study of interpersonal influence within a school staff: the development and trial of a method of analyzing influence within established networks of communication. Thesis, Illinois, 1957.

301.15 M24. McPartland, Thomas S. The self and social structure: an empirical approach. Thesis, Iowa State, 1953.

301.15 M241. McPherson, Dorothy Whiting. An investigation into the nature of role consistency. Thesis, Chicago, 1951.

301.15 On1 Ondrus, Joseph. A socio-metric analysis of group structure and the effect of football activities upon the patterns of inter-personal relationships. Thesis, New York, 1953.

301.15 Si15. Siegel, Sidney. Certain determinants and correlates of authoritarianism. Thesis, Stanford, 1954.

301.15 St89. Stryker, Sheldon. Attitude ascripiton in adult married offspring- parent relationships: a study of implications of the social psychological theory of G.H. Mead. Thesis, Minnesota, 1955.

301.15 T789. Tsouderos, John Emmanuel. The formalization process of the social structure in voluntary associations. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

301.15 V269. Van As, Marthinus Luther. Differential roles of the press and radio in an extension program in the Union of South Africa. Thesis, Cornell, 1959.

301.15 W643. Wilcox, Ray Taylor. Authoritarianism and expectations of leadership. Thesis, Berkeley, 1957.

301.15 Z45. Zeno, James Vincent. An analysis of propaganda techniques employed in the public addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936.Thesis, Stanford,1940.

301.152 L737. Litwak, Eugene. Primary group instruments for social control in industrialized society: the extended family and the neighborhood. Thesis, Columbia,1958.

301.154 T758. Trow, Martin A. Right-wing radicalism and political intolerance; a study of support for McCarthy in a New England town. Thesis, Columbia, 1957.

301.155 B625. Blumberg, Leonard U. Community leaders: the social bases and social-psychological concomitants of community power. Thesis, Michigan, 1955.

301.155 N819. Northwood, Lawrence K. The relative ability of leaders and non- leaders as expert judges of facts and opinions held by members of the community of which they are a part. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

301.155 Sch85. Schulze, Robert Oscar. Economic dominance and public leadership: a study of the structure and process of power in an urban community. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.

301.155 W257. Warriner, Charles King. Leadership and society: a study in sociological theory. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

301.1583 M582. Instruments and manuals for field observation of business and government conferences. Michigan, Department of Psychology. Conference Research Project. 1950.

301.1584 M112 Maas, Henry Sigmund. Community youth group leadership in teacher training, a study of changes in social perception and attitudes of youth group leaders. Thesis, Chicago, 1948.

301.243 M115. Mabrey, John Hamilton. Some sociological variables in the acceptance or rejection of proposed agricultural technological change in West Africa. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1951.

301.3 D747. Douglass, Malcolm Paul. Interrelationships between man and the natural environment for use in the geographic strand of the social studies curriculum. Thesis, Stanford, 1954.

301.32 L51. Lee, Chung Myun. Recent population patterns and trends in the Republic of Korea. Thesis, Michigan, 1961.

301.32954 P884. Prakash, Som. Demographic changes and economic growth in India; a study of some basic issues of the Indian economy since independence. Thesis, Virginia, 1959.

301.32954 Z11. Zachariah, Kunniparampil Curien. Historical study of internal migration in the Indian sub-continent, 1901- 1931. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1962.

301.329773 B467. Beveridge, Ronald Murray. Subregional migration within Illinois, 1935-1940; an analysis of selected data. Thesis, Illinois, 1959.

301.329777 H486. Heusinkveld, Harriet Mildred. The historical geography of population in Mahaska, Marion, and Monroe counties in Iowa. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1959.

301.32992 B439. Bennett, Don C. Population pressure in East Java. Thesis, Syracuse, 1957.

301.35 Er15. Erasmus, Charles John. Reciprocal labor; a study of its occurrence and disappearance among farming peoples in Latin America. Thesis, Berkeley, 1955.

301.36 B21. Ball, John Miller. Urban geography of Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico; a study of changing functions. Thesis, Michigan State, 1962.

301.36 K124. Kalbach, Warren Edwin. Residential mobility and its implications for family and school adjustment in an urban community. Thesis, Washington, 1960.

301.36 R564. Robinson, Malcolm Emerson. A method for investigating the effects of tourism on the functional and morphological development of a city, as applied to greater Victoria, British Columbia. Thesis, Northwestern, 1958.

301.36 Sm58. Smith, Helen Leonore. A study of three Fox Valley cities in Illinois: linear, adjacent, and satellite aspects of Batavia, Geneva, and St. Charles. Thesis, Clark, 1959.

301.42 C381. Charlton, Huey E. Stability of the Negro family in a southern community. Thesis, Temple, 1957.

301.42 C476. Chusid, Ruth. The revised Burgess and Wallin rating scale as a an instrument for predicting and measuring integration in marriage. Thesis, Chicago, 1954.

301.42 El22. Elder, Glennard Holl. Family structure and the transmission of values and norms in the process of child rearing. Thesis, North Carolina, 1961.

301.42 F221. Farber, Bernard. An evaluation and revision of the Burgess and Wallin rating scale as a prediction instrument. Thesis, Chicago, 1953.

301.42 L323. Larery, Dorothy Alice. Primary and secondary factors related to perceived financial security of urban families. Thesis, Purdue, 1962.

301.42 T758. Troutner, Ernest John. Optimal factors in marital decision making with one hundred forty Methodist ministers and their wives. Thesis, Boston, 1961.

301.423 C542. Clare, Jeanne Elizabeth. The relationship of non-familial activities to fertility behavior. Thesis, Michigan, 1957.

301.423 C824. Costner, Herbert Lee. The changing folkways of parenthood, a content analysis. Thesis, Indiana, 1960.

301.423 D489. Deutscher, Irwin. Married life in the middle years, a study of the middle class urban postparental couple. Thesis, Missouri, 1959.

301.423 G413. Gillette, Thomas Lee. The working mother, a study of the relationship between maternal employment and family structure as influenced by social class and race. Thesis, North Carolina, 1961.

301.423 G855. Greenwald, Shirley. Family responsibilities of selected working mothers. Thesis, New York, 1959.

301.423 P871. Powell, Kathryn Summers. Maternal employment in relation to family life. Thesis, Florida State, 1960.

301.423 St36. Steinmann, Anne G. Concept of the feminine role in the American family: a study of the concept of the feminine role of 51 middle class American families. Thesis, New York, 1957.

301.423 Sw24. Swani, Vimla. Family roles in two generations. Thesis, Cornell, 1960.

301.426 D368. Deitcher, Samuel. Development of interspousal verbal communication of college educated couples. Thesis, Cornell, 1959.

301.426 H938. Hurlburt, Julia Knaff. Role expectations and the self, an empirical study of their relationship to marital adjustment. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1960.

301.426 R652. Rollins, Boyd Carter. Values consensus and cohesion in the husband wife dyad. Thesis, Cornell, 1961.

301.427 L459. Lazowick, Lionel Mordecai. A quantitative investigation into the nature of identification. Thesis, Illinois, 1953.

301.427 Z87. Zunich, Michael. Relationships between maternal behavior and attitudes toward family life. Thesis, Florida State, 1959.

301.435 B613. Blau, Zena Smith. Old Age, a study of change in status. Thesis, Columbia, 1957.

301.44 J133. Jackson, Elton Fender. Status consistency, vertical mobility and symptoms of stress. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.

301.44 W458. Weller, Neil Jack. Religion and social mobility in industrial society. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.

301.45 R723. Rosenblum, Abraham L. Social class membership and ethnic prejudice in Cedar City. Thesis, Southern California, 1959.

301.45 Si32. Silberstein, Fred B. Status striving, social mobility and prejudice. Thesis, Ohio State, 1958.

301.45 W458. Weller, Leonard. The nature of prejudice, a theoretical evaluation and an empirical appraisal. Thesis, Minnesota, 1960.

304 W388. Weber, Max. Die objectivitat sozialwissenschaftlicher und sozialpolitischer Erkenntnis. Extract from Archive fur Sozialwisenschaft und Sozialpolitik, 1904.

307.12 Se36. Seetharamaiah, Dummenhalli Najappa. A philosophical approach to teaching of the social studies in secondary schools of India. Thesis, Ohio State, 1963.

307.2 B327. Baumruk, Robert. The Human Relations Area File: a case study of a bibliographic device. Thesis, Chicago, 1956.

307.2 K122. Kahn, Robert Louis. A comparison of two methods of collecting data for social research: the fixed alternative questionnaire and the open ended interview. Thesis, Michigan, 1952.

309.151 F912. Fried, Morton Herbert. Kin and non-kin in Chinese society, an analysis of extra kin relationships in Chinese society; with special reference to a selected community. Thesis, Columbia, 1951.

309.1569 W672. Williams, Herbert H. Some aspects of culture and personality in a Lebanese Maronite Village. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1958.

309.1591 Or7. Orr, Kenneth G. Field notes on the Burmese standard of living as seen in the case of a fisherman refugee family. Burma Community Research Project, Department of Anthropology, Rangoon, 1951.

309.173 V429. Varley, David Wright. A quantitative analysis of regionalism in the United States. Thesis, Michigan, 1957.

309.1747 D655. Dobriner, William Mann. The impact of metropolitan decentralization on a village social structure, a study in suburbanization and social change. Thesis, Columbia, 1956.

311.2 G923. Grumell, Ernest Sydney. Statistical methods in industry with special reference to the sampling of coal and other materials. Extract from supplement to the journal of the Royal Statistical Society, London, 1935.

311.2 W83. Wold, Herman. A study on the mean difference, concentration curves and concentration ratio. 1935. Extract from Metron v.12,no. 2. Also: Smirnov, N. V. Ueber die Verteilung des allgemeiner Gliedes in der Variationsreihe. 1935. Irwin, J. O. Tests of significance for differences between percentages based on small numbers. 1935. Dieulefait, C.E. Generalisation des Courbes de K. Pearson. 1935.

312. B996. Byron, WIlliam Glenn. Methods of mapping population distribution with dots and densitometer-derivived isopleths. Thesis, Syracuse,1955.

312. T573. Tokuhata, George Kazunari. Behavioral factors affecting fertility expectations: introduction to behavioral demography. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1956.

312. W944. Wrong, Doris Hume. Class fertility trends in western nations. Thesis, Columbia,1956.

312. 52 K119. Kagan, Salomon Jacques. The demographic factor, an obstacle to economic development with special reference to Japan. Thesis, Columbia,1954.

312.52135 W659. Wilkinson, Thomas Oberson. Tokyo; a demographic study. Thesis, Columbia,1957.

312.7295 F333. Feldman, Arnold Sanford. Social structure and fertility in Puerto Rico. Thesis, Northwestern,1956.

312. 73 M263. Madden, Carl Halford. The growth of the cities in the United States: an aspect of the development of an economic system. Thesis, Virginia, 1954.

312. 73 R393. Richardson, Arthur Herbert. The prediction of household mobility from an urban subdivision. Thesis, Purdue,1958.

312. 748 G578. Goldstein, Sidney. Patterns of internal migration. Norristown, Pennsylvania, 1910-1950. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1953.

312. 75 R562. Robinson, Glen Edward. Some trends in school-age population, enrollment and attendance in the southern region. Thesis, George Peabody College for Teachers, 1955.

312. 752 K146. Karinen, Arthur Eli. Numerical and distributional aspects of Maryland population, 1631- 1840. Thesis, Maryland,1958.

312.774 Sh23. Sharp, Harry Palmer. Migration and social participation in the Detroit area. Thesis, Michigan, 1955.

320.1 B859. Bude, Guillaume. De l'institution du prince. Paris. 1547.

320.1 F926. Froman, Lewis Acrelius. Cognitive consistency of political values and beliefs. Thesis, Northwestern, 1960.

320.1 M258. McWilliams, Robert Owen. A study of the relationship of political behavior to social group membership. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

320.1 P656. Pinner, Frank Adolf. Political Values: an exploratory investigation. Thesis, Berkeley, 1954.

320.12 M288. Majeed, Abdul Amir. Libya; a geopolitical study. Thesis, Ohio State,1952.

320.951 C434. Ch'ien, Mu. Chinese political philosophy in the last three hundred years. 1937.

321.027 W85. Wood, Herbert Hartle. The administrative union in the operation of the United Nations trusteeship system. Thesis, Columbia,1957.

321. 3 Si27. Sigur, Gaston Joseph. A history of administration in Bizen Han. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.

323. 3 B178. Baker, Wendell Dean. A study of selected aspects of Japanese social stratification; class differences in values and levels of aspiration. Thesis, Columbia,1956.

323.3 Si61. Sinaiko, H. Wallace. The symbolic representation of social status in a newspaper: an empirical case of study of wedding announcements. Thesis, New York,1954.

323.35 K52. Key, William Henry. Rural-urban differences in social participation. Thesis, Washington, 1953.

323.352 F277. Fava, Sylvia Fleis. Urban-suburban contracts in social participation: a study of neighboring in New York City and Nassau County. Thesis, Northwestern, 1956.

323. 352 G75. Graalfs, Heinz John. Demographic and ecological correlates of the changing structure of American cities. Thesis, Washington, 1955.

323.352 P871. Powell, Elwin Humphreys. The city and communal life: a re-examination of urban sociological theory. Thesis, Tulane, 1956.

323. 353 R613. Rodehaver, Myles William. The rural-urban fringe: an interstitial area; a study of the transitional area surrounding the urban center of Madison, Wisconsin. Thesis, Wisconsin,1946.

323.44 M449. Mawhinney, Eugene Alberto. The development of the concept of liberty in the Fourteenth amendment. Thesis, Illinois,1956.

324 Ir9. Irwin, William Pryor. The Rocky Mountain ballot; a study of political behavior in the state of Colorado. Thesis, Berkeley, 1955.

324 K141. Kaplan, Norman. Reference group theory and voting behavior. Thesis, Columbia,1955.

324.73 B146. Bagby, Wesley Marvin. Progressivism's debacle: the election of 1920. Thesis, Columbia,1954.

324. 768.H219. Haring, Laurel Lloyd. An analysis of spatial aspects of voting behavior in Tennessee. Thesis, Iowa State, 1959.

324.77437 L588. Lewis, Peirce Fee. Geography in the politics of Flint. Thesis, Michigan, 1958.

325. 248 An23. Anderson, Burton Laurence. The Scandinavian and Dutch rural settlements in the Stillaguamish and Nooksack Valleys of western Washington. Thesis, Washington,1957.

325. 2492 Sa78. Sas, Anthony. Dutch migration to and settlement in Canada-1945-1955. Thesis, Clark, 1957.

325. 251 W95. Wu, Cheng Tsu. Chinese people and Chinatown in New York City. Thesis, Clark,1958.

325. 25281 T448. Tigner, James Lawrence. The Okinawans of Latin America. Thesis, Stanford,1956.

325. 26 Se1. Seasholes, Bradbury. Negro political participation in two North Carolina cities. Thesis, North Carolina, 1963.

325.71 Al59. Allyn, Nathaniel Constantine. European immigration into Canada.1946-1951. Thesis, Stanford, 1953.

326. 9729 G798. Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Select Committee on the State of the West India Colonies. 1832.

326.973 Un3. U.S. Supreme Court. Transcript of record including arguments. 1856.

326.975 F497. Finnie, Gordon Esley. The anti-slavery movement in the South 1787-1836; its rise and decline and its contribution to abolitionism in the West. Thesis, Duke,1962.

327.42 B531. Birch, Thomas. A historical view of the negotiations between the courts of England, France, and Brussels, from the year 1592 to 1617. 1749.

327.43647 Ue1. Uebersberger, Hans. Osterreich and Russland seit dem Ende des 15. Jahrhunderts. Auf Veranlassung Seidner Durchlaucht des Fursten Franz von und zu Liechtenstein dargestellt von Hans Uebersberger. 1488-1605.1906.

327.4443 H124. Hahn, Robert John. The attitude of the French revolutionary government toward German unification in 1848. Thesis, Ohio State,1955.

327.47 R92. Russia. Sobstvennaia Ego Imperatorskogo Velichestva kant'seli'ariia. Pamiatniki diplomaticheskikh snoshenii drevnei Rossii s derzhavami inostrannymi. 1851.

327.47 W734. Wintor, Eduard. Der Panslawismus nach den Berichton osterreichisch-ungarischen Botschafter in St. Petersburg.

327.52 C886. Crowley, James Buckley. Japan's China policy, 1931- 1938; a study of the role of the military in the determination of foreign policy. Thesis, Michigan,1959.

327.52 K56. Kim,Chonghan. Konoye Fumimaro and Japanese foreign policy, 1937-1941. Thesis, Indiana, 1956.

327.73 Al35. Alger, Chadwick Fairax. The role of private experts in the conduct of American foreign affairs. Thesis, Princeton,1957.

327.7352 W563. Wheeler, Gerald Everett. Japan's influence on American naval policies, 1922-1931. Thesis, Berkeley,1954.

327.737293 D713. Dominican Republic. Military Governor. Reports from the military governor, Santo Domingo, 1916-1924. Washington, D.C., National Archives and Records Service.1960.

327.7396 St82. Strauss, Wallace Patrick. Early American interest and activity in Polynesia 1783-1842. Thesis, Columbia,1958.

328.3 P277. Patterson, Samuel Charles. Toward a theory of legislative behavior: the Wisconsin State Assemblymen as actors in a legislative system. Thesis, Wisconsin,1959.

328.34 L762. Livingstone, Ellis Noel. Senate investigating committees. 1900-1938. Thesis, Minnesota, 1953.

328.368 L241. Lane, Edgar. Statutory regularions of lobbying in the United States with special refernce to the Federal regularion of Lobbying act of 1946. Thesis, Michigan,1949.

328.45 Itl. Italy. Parlamento. Atti. v.256-27. 1919-1926.

328.765 G875. Griffith, Lucille Blanche. The Virginia House of Burgesses, 1750-1774. Thesis, Brown, 1957.

329 K583. King, Josephine (Yager). The concept of the two-party system in American politicial thought, 1789-1888. Thesis, Bryn Mawr College, 1950.

329 M924. Munger, Frank James. Two-party politics in the State of Indiana. Thesis, Harvard, 1955.

329.01 M356. Marshall, Humphrey. Speeches of Hon. Humphrey Marshall and Hon. B.F. Hallett in the City of Washington on the nomination of Breckinridge and Lane. 1860.

329.3 G989. Gwirtzman, Milton S. The decline of the Democratic Party in New York State, 1932 to 1952. Thesis, Harvard, 1954.

329.6 Sh61. Shideler, James H. The Neo-Progressives; reform politics in the U.S., 1920-1925. Thesis, Berkeley, 1945.

329.8 B128. Backstrom, Charles Herbert. The Progressive Party of Wisconsin, 1934-1946. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1957.

330.1 En13. Encarnacion, Jose. Investment criteria and the preference function in underdeveloped countries; a theoretical study. Thesis, Princeton, 1960.

330.1 G762. Grampp, William Dyer. Mercantilism and laissez-faire in American political discussion, 1787-1829. Summary of thesis, Chicago, 1944.

330.1 M663. Minhas, Bagicha Singh. An international comparison of factor costs and factor use. Thesis, Stanford, 1960.

330.1 Se31. Seeber, Norton Charles. Capital accumulation, technological progress, and economic growth. Thesis, Berkeley, 1959.

330.16 H279. Hastings, Delbert Curtis. A monthly index of regional business activity based on net product measurement. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.

330.9434 L266. Langley, Robert Shelton. The industrial region of Stuttgart, Germany. Thesis, Northwestern, 1961.

330.9495 D288. Davies, Margaret Mary. The role of the American trade union representatives in the aid to Greece program, 1947-1948. Thesis, Washington, 1960.

330.9519 J591. Joel, Clark. Korea; a case study in inflation. 1961.

330.9519 Un3. U.S. Joint Publications Research Service. Economic and statistical information on North Korea. New York,1960.

330.952 Inl. Inaba, Masaharu George. Japan; some geographic aspects of industrialization and population correlates. Thesis, Columbia, 1959.

330.952 K829. Kokoris, James A. The economic and financial development of Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.

330.952 R317. Reubens, Edwin Pierce. Foreign capital in economic development: the Japanese experience, 1868-1913. Thesis, Columbia, 1952.

330.954 G969. Gurtoo, Dukh Haran Nath. India's balance of payments, 1920-1953. Thesis, Princeton, 1956.

330.954 L15. Lal, Amrit. Some characteristics of Indian cities of over 100,000 inhabitants in 1951, with special reference to their occupational structure and functional specialization. Thesis, Indiana, 1958.

330.954 M887. Mueller, Max Gerhard. Money, investment, and economic development with special reference to India. Thesis, Illinois, 1960.

330.954 T149. Talwar, Omprakash. Pattern of foreign trade and economic development of an underdeveloped economy; India before and since independence. Thesis, Cornell, 1955.

330.9547 N17. Naseem, Haneef Ahmed. The economic growth of Pakistan, 1947-1957; a critical study in retrospect. Thesis, American, 1960.

330.956 Ov2. Overman, Edwin Scott. American aid and the economy of Turkey. Thesis, Ohio State, 1953.

330.957 L869. Lonsdale, Richard Ellis. Industrial development in western Siberia, a geographical analysis. Thesis, Syracuse, 1960.

330.9577 C817. Corry, Martha Lucille. The economic geography of the Soviet Far East. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1953.

330.9584 Sch79. Schuiling, Walter C. An economic survey of Soviet Central Asia, 1920-1950. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.

330.959 R989. Ryu, Seh Hyuck. The gains from foreign trade in relation to the underdeveloped countries. Thesis, Cincinnati, 1959.

330.9597 Av88. Avsenev, Mikhail Mikhailovich. The Democratic Republic of Viet Nam: economy and foreign trade. Washington, U.S. Joint Publications Research Service. 1961.

330.973 K632. Kircher, Harry Bertram. The geography of financial agglomeration in the U.S. Thesis, Maryland, 1961.

330.9771 H244. Harris, William Norman. Newark, Ohio, and its environs; a geographic evaluation. Thesis, Ohio State, 1953.

330.9773 N665. Nobel, Allen George. A geographic analysis of the development potential of Rantoul, Illinois. Thesis, Illinois, 1958.

330.9774 P889. Pratt, Samuel Alexander. The impact of transportation change and of Flint metropolitan expansion on the Linden comunity; a case study of economic change from 1900 to 1950. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

330.979 K831. Kolde, Endel Jakob. Energy market of Pacific Northwest; a regional analysis of supply, utilization, and cost of energy. Thesis, Washington, 1954.

330.983 Sol2. Sobol, John Andrew. Huachipato; a study of industrial development. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.

330.984 H394. Henrickson, George Rex. The process of socio-economic change, as it pertains to early post World War II developments in Australia, having direct influence on that nation's postwar emerging international trade patterns. Thesis, Michigan, 1958.

330.985 D82. Drewes, Wolfram Ulrich. The economic development of the western Montana of central Peru as related to transportation: a comparison of four areas of settlement. Thesis, Syracuse, 1957.

330.991 M471. Meek, John Paul. The government and economic development of Indonesia, 1950-1954. Thesis, Virginia, 1956.

330.9982 H123. Haglund, Donn K. Economic geography of the Godthab, Greenland district. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1958.

331.M36E. Erikson, Elliot. Karl Marx and the Communist manifesto. Thesis, Stanford, 1954.

331.01 C735. Comings, Carolyn Clement. Satisfaction of wife with husband's job. Thesis, Ohio State, 1959.

331.013 L114. Labovitz, Sanford Irwen. Technology and division of labor. Thesis,Texas, 1963.

331.11 B726. Bradbury, William Chapman. Racial discrimination in the federal service; a study in the sociology of administration. Thesis, Columbia, 1953.

331.112 B321. Batten, Thelma Frances (Williams). Functional organization in metropolitan areas: an ecological analysis of standard metropolitan areas' employed labor force distributions among various industrial groups, 1950. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.

331.23 Se17. Seastone, Don Arthur. Guaranteed wages and employment and their role in collective bargaining. Thesis, Oregon, 1954.

331.2952 T137. Taira, Koji. The dynamics of Japanese wage differentials, 1881-1959, Thesis, Stanford, 1961.

331.7 D732. Dorfman, William. Some factors in intergenerational occupational mobility. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1956.

331.763 T385. Thomson, Procter. The productivity of the human agent in agriculture; an international comparison. Thesis, Chicago, 1951.

331.805 L114. Labour leader. n.s. Vol. 7-8, no. 75-100, Sept. 7, 1895-Feb. 29, 1896. London.

331.805 L1141. Labor action, a weekly newspaper serving the interests of workers and dirt farmers. no. 1-2 Jan.-Feb. 1933; n.s. v. 1-2 no.22; Apr. 1933- Dec. 15, 1934. Confrence for Progressive Labor Action, New York.

331.823 H195. Hannaford, Earle S. The significance of safety attitudes in industrial accident prevention. Thesis, New York, 1957.

331.833 K758. Knos, Duane Sidney. The distribution of substandard housing, Kansas City, Missouri. Thesis,  Iowa State, 1956.

331.88 D664. Dodge, Richard Woodbury. Some aspects of the political behavior of labor union members in the Detroit metropolitan area. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.

331.88 W647. Wilensky, Harold L. The staff "expert," a study of the intelligence function in American trade unions. Thesis, Chicago, 1955.

331.8805 A119. AFL auto worker, Sept. 1939-Feb. 1956, vol.1-14. Detroit.

331.8805 A13. AFL news-reporter. Dec.5, 1951- Dec. 1955, vol.1-4. American Federation of Labor, Washington.

331.8805 C11. CIO news. Jan. 28, 1952-Dec. 1955, vol.15-18. Congress of Industrial Organizations. Washington.

331.8805 F965. Fur and leather worker. Jan./Feb. 1951-April 1955, vol.13-17. New York.

331.8805 P197. Paper maker. Sept. 6, 1948- Feb. 1957, vol 1-8. Albany, New York.

331.8805 P943. Progressive miner. Jan. 1951- Aug. 24, 1957, vol. 72-77.

331.8805 U18. UROC facts. Apr.1954-Nov. 1958, vol.2-6. Chicago.

331.8805 Un312. United automobile worker. Jan. 1954-Dec. 1957, vol. 17-20. Indianapolis.

332 B762. Brickner, Arthur. Liquidity in commercial banking. Thesis, Columbia, 1950.

332 H367. Hellie, James. Securities price support, interest rates and price inflation. Thesis, Minnesota, 1952.

332.05 F49. Finansovaia gazeta. Nov. 16, 1937-June 13, 1941, 5 rolls, Moskva.

332.1 B439. Bennett, Robert Lee. Financial intermediaries in Mexican economic development 1944-1960. Thesis, Texas, 1963.

332.1 H241. Harris, George Taylor. The capital structure in American banking. Thesis, Iowa State, 1953.

332.1 Iv3. Iverson, Lothar Iver. An analylitical and historical study of bank supervision in the United States. Thesis, iowa State, 1948.

332.1 L978. Lutz, John Piper. Commercial bank reserves and banking theory. Thesis Pennsylvania, 1954.

332.1 M363. Martin, George Preston. A comparison of the economic roles of mutiple outlet banking and unit banking in California, 1920-1950. Thesis, Indiana, 1952.

332.1 Sch39. Schloss, Henry Hans. The Bank for International Settlements reconsidered. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.

332.1 V235. Valentino, Salvatore. An evaluation of the application of the insurance principle in bank deposit insurance. Thesis, Nebraska, 1954. 

332.1 V28. Van Dahm, Thomas E. A theory of the bank firm. Thesis, Michigan, 1959.

332.11 M884. Mudie, John Howard. The role of the Government Development Bank in Puerto Rico's economic program. Thesis, Texas, 1960.

332.11 R812. Roy, Hirendra Nath. The role of monetary policy in economic development; a study of the activities of the Reserve Bank of India, 1949-1956. Thesis, Stanford, 1960.

332.11 Sa55. Sancetta, Anthony Louis. The development of central banking in Italy; a study of structural growth and credit control. Thesis, Columbia, 1952.

332.11 W135. Waits, Caron Richard. Financial and real growth in Venezuela; a study of the relationship between financial and real variables. Thesis, Texas, 1963.

332.12 B28. Barsalou, Francis Wilfred. An economic analysis of commercial banking in Nevada. Thesis, Southern California, 1953.

332.12 B663. Boulden, James Baynard. The organization structure of commercial banks. Thesis, Indiana, 1958.

332.12 B763. Bridenstine, Don C. Commercial banking in Arizona, past and present. Thesis, Southern California, 1958

332.12 H426. Herman, Edward S. The Transamerica case; a study of the Federal Reserve Board antitrust proceeding. Thesis, Berkeley, 1953.

332.12 P635. Pike, John Robert. The structure and adequacy of Wisconsin commercial banks. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1964.

332.12 W418. Weems, Robert Cicero. The Bank of the Mississippi, a pioneer bank of the Old Southwest, 1809-1844. Thesis, Columbia, 1951.

332.15 L612. Li, P'ei-en. Modern banking reforms in China, 1842-1941. Thesis, Columbia, 1951.

332.2 H352. Heatwole, Raymond William. State cash depositories of South Carolina, 1932-1953. Thesis, Virginia, 1954.

332.4 D141. Daily, Alan Davis. The role of money in aggregate demand. 1865-1900. Thesis, Illinois, 1953.

332.4 Sa18. Sagan, John. A study of the development on monetary theory of English economists in the classical tradition, 1776-1848. Thesis, Illinois, 1951.

332.45 C436. Child, Frank Clayton. German exchange control, 1931-1938, a study on exploitation. Thesis, Stanford, 1954.

332.45 D752. Dowd, Laurence Phillips. Japanese foreign exchange policy, 1930-1940; an account of the development of Japanese foreign exchange policy during the nineteen-thirty decade and an analysis of its influence on the Japanese economy in its international and domestic aspects. Thesis, Michigan, 1954.

332.45 Sm48. Smirnov, Aleksei Mikhailovich. International currency and credit relations of the USSR. Washington, U.S. Joint Publications Research Service, 1960.

332.45 W933. Wright, Kenneth McKinney. The sterling area dollar pool. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.

332.4942 P969. Pumphrey, Lowell Mason. The exchange Equalisation Account of Great Britain, 1932-1939. Thesis, Princeton. 1941.

332.4954 Sh13. Shah, Vinodchandra C. Monetary analysis and policy in India, 1948-1959. Thesis, Columbia, 1960.

332.5 J396. Jellison, Richard Marion. Paper currency in colonial South Carolina, 1703-1764. Thesis, Indiana, 1953.

332.55 Sch25. Scheick, Donald Bowie. The regulation of commodity currency in colonial Virginia. Thesis, Indiana, 1954.

332.6 M155. McEnroe, Jack Allyn. Investment decisions and the electric power industry. Thesis, Syracuse, 1959.

332.6 M317. Mansfield, Charles Yarrow. Security market development under conditions of an unstable currency: the Mexican case. Thesis, Princeton,1963.

332.6 P194. Panikar, P.G. Kesava. An essay on rural savings in India. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1960.

332.6 W669. Willet, Edward F. The Securities act of 1933; an analysis if its background, administration and effect. Includes "Securities act of 1933" [Washington, 1934} 28 p. Thesis, Princeton, 1952.

332.67 B212. Ballesteros, Paulino Alog. External capital in Puerto Rico's industrial development. Thesis, Illinois, 1959.

332.67 N759. Nordyke, James Walter. International finance and New York; the role of the outflow of private financial capital from the United States in the determination of the significance of New York as a center of international finance. Thesis, Princeton, 1958.

332.678 D847. Dryden, Myles Muir. Economic replacement and the criterion problem; with special reference to the MAPI urgency rating. Thesis, Cornell, 1961.

332.7 B734. Brandt, Harry. U.S. monetary and credit policies between the end of World War II and the outbreak of the Korean war, with special emphasis on quantitative credit controls. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.

333 St35. Steiner, Rodney. An investigation of selected phases of sampling to determine quantities of land and land-use types. Thesis, Washington, 1954.

333.01 O432 H. Hughes, Everett Cherrington. A study of a secular institution: the Chicago real Estate Board. Thesis, Chicago, 1928.

333.01 H935. Hurd, Richard Melancthon. Principles of city land values. 3rd ed. New York, The Record and Guide, 1911.

333.01 L971. Luna, Telesforo W. Delimitation of high quality residential land use in Worcester, Massachusetts. Thesis, Clark, 1957.

333.0944 M281. Maier, Emanuel. Reforestation to reestablish a balanced landuse and watercycle in the valley of the Aude in Aude, France. Thesis, Clark, 1961.

333.095281 L621. Lieban, Richard Warren. Land and labor on Kudaka Island. Thesis, Columbia, 1956.

333.09676 D345. Dean, John Henry. A land use study in the Uganda Protectorate. Thesis, Clark, 1954.

333.09678 D565. Dierickx, Charles Wallace. Magugu: population and land use in a resettlement project in the northern province of Tanganyika. Thesis, Northwestern, 1955.

333.09711 C366. Chapman, John Doneric. Land classification in British Columbia; a review and appraisal of the Land Utilization Research and Survey Division. Thesis, Washington, 1959.

333.0972 G589. Gonzales, Alfonso. Land utilization of southwestern coastal Mexico: Colima and Michoacan. Thesis, Texas, 1962.

333.09742 P429. Perry, Robert Folsom. Land utilization in Sullivan County, New Hampshire. Thesis, Clark, 1957.

333.09774 H362. Heiden, Noland Rall. A land use sequence of the Dort Highway area, Flint, Michigan. Thesis, Michigan, 1949.

333.09774 H759. Honzatko, George Joseph. Macomb county: a study of the expansion of urban uses and the absorption of farmland. Thesis, Michigan, 1958.

333.09792 L455. Layton, Robert Lynn. An analysis of land use in 12 communities in Utah Valley, Utah County, Utah. Thesis, Syracuse, 1962.

333.0983 Er93. Ervin, Roger Edward. Land use in southern middle Chile. Thesis, Florida, 1954.

333.3 K122. Kaihara, Motosuke. Economic development of Japanese agriculture: an appraisal of the significance of land tenure in agricultural development. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1956.

333.3 M363. Martin, Gene Ellis. Land division in central Chile. Thesis, Syracuse, 1955.

333.3 R245. Records, Ralph Hydon. Land as a basis for economic and social discontent in Maine and Massachusetts to 1776: squatters; absentee proprietors... Part of thesis...Chicago, 1936.         

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