COLLECTION GUIDES

1870-1971

Offsite Storage Inventory

Restrictions on Access

The Henry Lee Shattuck papers are stored offsite and must be requested at least one business day in advance. Contact the Library at library@masshist.org or (617) 536-1608 to request materials. Please discuss your request with the reading room staff before requesting cartons by barcode.

Note: This collection is PARTIALLY PROCESSED. Unprocessed additions (Series VIII) are CLOSED pending processing.


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of attorney, philanthropist, and public official Henry Lee Shattuck, including papers related to Boston and Massachusetts government, as well as national affairs.

Biographical Sketch

Henry Lee Shattuck (1879-1971) was a noted Boston attorney, philanthropist, and public official who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1920 to 1930 and again from 1943 to 1949, and on the Boston City Council from 1934 to 1942. As a legislator, Shattuck chaired the House Ways and Means Committee (1923-1929) and the Joint Committee on Public Service (1943-1949) and was a member of a number of other important investigating committees and special commissions.

Collection Description

This collection consists of the public and professional papers of Henry Lee Shattuck, including correspondence and printed material related to nearly all aspects of Massachusetts state government from the 1920s through the 1940s. Subjects include book and motion-picture censorship in Boston and Massachusetts, the finances and operations of the Boston Elevated Railway, the state budget, gas and electricity rates, automobile insurance, government pensions and salaries, and city and state fuel and water supplies. The collection also reflects Shattuck's substantial involvement and interest in national affairs, including the Sheppard-Towner and Towner-Sterling federal aid proposals (1922), the National Child Labor Amendment (1924), and unemployment insurance. Also included is material related to the Sacco-Vanzetti case and to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Supreme Court reorganization effort of 1937, as well as correspondence and printed material about the National Economy League, an anti-New Deal organization to which Shattuck belonged in the 1930s.

A considerable portion of the collection concerns elective politics. Included are letters, flyers, and other campaign materials from Shattuck's first unsuccessful campaign to become a Theodore Roosevelt delegate at the 1916 Republican National Convention to his successful elections to the Massachusetts House in the 1940s. The collection also contains correspondence and other information on the Boston mayoralty campaigns, 1921-1937, various Massachusetts gubernatorial and United States Senate races, 1928-1942, and presidential contests, 1928-1940. Also included are papers related to the career of the controversial Massachusetts governor and Boston mayor James Michael Curley (1874-1958). Among Shattuck's correspondents are Godfrey Lowell Cabot, Joseph B. Eastman, Felix Frankfurter, Christian A. Herter, James M. Landis, Bishop William Lawrence, John L. Lewis, Henry Cabot Lodge, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., John W. McCormack, Roscoe Pound, Leverett Saltonstall, Henry L. Stimson, George Holden Tinkham, and Maurice J. Tobin.

See the Select Index below for some of the individuals, organizations, and other subjects of significance appearing in this collection.

Arrangement

The Henry Lee Shattuck papers were originally stored onsite at the Massachusetts Historical Society in 84 document boxes of loose manuscripts and 18 bound volumes. When the collection was moved offsite, the papers were rehoused in record cartons (3 oversize boxes are still stored onsite at Ms. N-911). The numbers of the folders in the original document boxes have been preserved in the Detailed Description of the Collection below. For example, the first folder in Carton 1 below is numbered 1.1, indicating that it was formerly Box 1, Folder 1. Folder 2.1 below (also located in Carton 1) was formerly Box 2, Folder 1.

Acquisition Information

Deposited by the Shattuck family, 1979. Unprocessed additions given by E. P. Richardson, Jr., 20 Dec. 1996.

Restrictions on Access

The Henry Lee Shattuck papers are stored offsite and must be requested at least one business day in advance. Contact the Library at library@masshist.org or (617) 536-1608 to request materials. Please discuss your request with the reading room staff before requesting cartons by barcode.

Note: This collection is PARTIALLY PROCESSED. Unprocessed additions (Series VIII) are CLOSED pending processing.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Legislative sessions, 1870-1956

A. Session I, 1870-1950

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.1
Aberjona River, 1923-1925
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.2
Accountants, 1923-1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.3
Accounts receivable, 1923

Administration and finance

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.4-11
1919-1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.12
Post of commissioner declined by Shattuck, 1925
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.13
Northampton State Hospital, 1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.14
Attack on commission by Frank A. Goodwin, 1928 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.15
Miscellany, 1929-1931
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.16
Resolves, etc., 1924-1925
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.17
Administration of estates, 1926
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.18
Advertising of stocks legislation, 1920
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.19
Agriculture extension work, 1928 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.20
Air Pollution-Smoke Nuisance Bill, 1928-1930
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 1.21-22
Airplane landing field in East Boston, 1921-1927
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.1
American Taxpayers League and National Council of State Legislatures, 1930
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.2
American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1923
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.3
Americanization of immigrants, 1926
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.3a
Appointments to state positions, 1927-1930
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.4
Arbitration Act, 1925

Attorney general

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.5
Powers of, 1921
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.6
Contest for, 1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.7
Atwood, Harrison H. - Mass. House candidacy, 1915-1916
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.8
Audit Law, 1920 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.9
Automobile regulation, 1920 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.10
Back Bay Railroad Station, 1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.11
Banking laws (Mass.), 1921
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.12
Banking law in Mass. and U.S., 1933-1934

Banks

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.13
Branch banking and other matters, 1922-1931
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.14
Closings, 1922-1931
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.15
Commissioner of, 1925
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.16
Examination fees, 1925-1926
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.17
Bar regulations - disbarment, 1921
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.18
Barber shop regulations, 1928-1929
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.19
Beaver Dam Brook improvements, 1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.20
Belchertown and Wrentham state schools, 1924

Biennial legislative sessions

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.21
1927-1931
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.22
Shattuck opposition to, 1934
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 2.23
Curley plan, 1935 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.1
Debate, 1938
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.2
Shattuck radio talk, 1938
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.3
Billboard laws - restrictions, 1920-1945
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.4
Birds of Mass. - correspondence re: publication of book, 1921-1927

Blind, Division of

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.5
Work for legislation concerning, 1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.6
Closing of Cambridge industries, 1923-1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.7
Correspondence, 1923-1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.8
Notes and figures re: hearing in connection with budget, 1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.9
Welfare of blind, bills and draft resolves, working conditions, 1924
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.10
Blue Hills trolley line, 1921
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.11
"Blue Sky" laws (regulation of the sale of securities), 1920-1935
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.12
Bonus, military, 1920-1927

Book censorship (Mass.) - legislation

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.13
1928-1930
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.14
Sedgwick amendment, 1928-1930
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.15-16
1929-1930 [clippings]
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.17
Boston and Maine Station Bill, 1928 - North Station

Bovine tuberculosis

Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.18-19
Legislation, 1922-1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.20
Miscellany, 1922-1928
Carton 1SH 14ZZ YFolder 3.21
Boxing legislation, 1920-1925 - correspondence

Bridges

Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 4.1
Chelsea and Boston, 1924
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 4.2
Cottage Farm (BU), 1925-1927
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 4.3
Cottage Farm (BU) - correspondence, etc., 1926-1945
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 4.4
Hull, Mass., 1931-1932
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 4.5
Neponset, 1922

Budget

Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.1
Correspondence, 1920-1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.2
Correspondence, figures, 1920-1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.3
Correspondence with State Departments, 1925-1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.4
Correspondence with editors, 1928-1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.5
List of expenditures, etc., 1928-1930
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.6
Correspondence, 1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.7
Governor's statements, etc., 1928-1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.8
Buildings, state institutions, 1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.9
Documents on, 1928-1929 [printed material]
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.10-11
Miscellany, 1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.12
Governor's message, 1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.13
Miscellaneous, 1929
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.14
State building, etc., 1930-1931
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.15
Building, etc., 1930-1931
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.16-18
Cities and towns, 1931-1932
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 5.19
Miscellaneous clippings, 1932-1938
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.1-3
Miscellaneous clippings, 1931-1932
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.4
Public employee salaries, 1932

Buildings

Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.5-8
Boston Building Heights, 1923-1927
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.9
Boston Building Heights, Chamber of Commerce on, 1920-1923
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.10
Boston Building Heights, correspondence, etc., 1925-1926
Carton 2SH 1511 AFolder 6.11-15
Zoning laws, 1920-1936
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.1-4
Zoning laws, 1924-1929

Business corporations

Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.5
Excise taxes, 1925
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.6
Legislation, 1920-1931
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.7-9
Cambridge and Charles St. elevated station, 1924-1930
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.10
Cambridge City Council, 1931
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.11
Cancer Hospital legislation, 1926
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.12
Cape Cod Canal Terminal, 1921-1925
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.13
Capital punishment, 1928-1930
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.14
Causeway St. improvements, 1927

Census

Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.15
1924
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.16
Bills, etc., 1921-1926
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.17
Charitable corporations, 1927-1940
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.18
Charles River pollution, 1920-1939

Charles River Basin

Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.19
1926
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.20
Miscellany, 1921-1929
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.21-22
1928-1929
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.23
Chattel mortgages, 1920-1922

Child Labor Amendment

Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 7.24-25
1924
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 8.1-20
1924-1936 [with clippings]
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 8.21-22
Miscellany, 1924-1925
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 8.23-24
Civil liberties, 1938

Civil service

Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 8.25
Miscellany, 1924-1943
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.1
1920-1928
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.2-9
Claims vs. Commonwealth of Mass., 1923-1929
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.10
Classification of prisoners, 1923-1924
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.11
Coakley, Daniel H., impeachment of, 1940
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.12
Congressional Medal of Honor tablet, 1928
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.13
Conservation, Department of - miscellaneous issues, 1923-1927
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.14
Consolidation of the general laws of Mass., 1920
Carton 3SH 1512 BFolder 9.15
Constitution of Mass., 1919-1923
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 9.16-18
Constitutional Convention, 1916-1917
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 9.19
Corrupt Practices Act, 1924-1925
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 9.20-21
Counsel, legislators acting as before State Departments, 1927-1928
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 9.22
County penal institutions, 1921-1922
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.1-8
County institutions, 1922-1928 [with clippings]
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.9
Court fees, 1927
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.10
Credit unions, Mass., 1923-1926
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.11
Criminal law, 1926-1927
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.12
Crippled children's education, 1930
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.13
Daylight saving plan, 1921-1923
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.14
District attorneys, 1921-1926
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.15
Dorchester Bay Channel, 1928
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.16
Dowd, John F., investigation of 1939 [clippings]
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.17
Dry Cleaning Bill, 1924
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.18-19
Dry dock - Commonwealth Pier, 1921-1926
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.20
East Boston bridge and tunnel, 1922
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 10.21
East Boston ferry boat traffic, 1870-1925
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 11.1-6
East Boston-Boston bridge/tunnel, 1925-1929 [with clippings]
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 11.7
East Boston, Boston, Chelsea, and Revere transportation, 1928
Carton 4SH 1513 CFolder 11.8
East Boston Land Company, 1928
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.9
East Boston Railroad, 1920
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.10
Education, 1921-1924
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.11
Election laws, 1921, 1924
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.12
Eminent domain - public lands, 1929
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.13
Employment certificate - child labor, 1921
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.14-15
Equal pay for teachers, 1923 [with clippings]
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.16
Escheat, law of, 1927

Exchange Street (Boston)

Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 11.17
1926 [clippings]
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.1-7
1928-1929 [with clippings]
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.8
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1921
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.9
Federal Congressional memorials, 1926
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.10
Federal Constitution - Lame Duck Amendment, 1932
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.11
Federal subsidies, 1922-1930
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.12
Federal taxation, 1923-1939
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.13
Federal miscellany, 1921-1922
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.14
Fish and game licenses, 1925-1929
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.15
Fish and game laws, 1929
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.16
Fishermen's cooperatives, 1924
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.17
Flood damage, 1928
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.18
Forest fires, 1923
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.19
Forest lands, state, 1920-1936
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.20-21
Forestry Bill, 1926
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.22
Forestry and taxation, 1923-1925
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.23
Free port in Boston, 1925-1926
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 12.24
Free speech, 1920-1927
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.1
Garrett, Oliver B., pension inquiry, 1930

Gas and electricity

Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.2
1927
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.3
Cambridge Electric case, 1927-1928
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.4-5
Capitalization of companies, 1921
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.6-9
Capitalization, 1921-1925 [with clippings]
Carton 5SH 1514 DFolder 13.10-16
Clippings, 1926-1927
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.1-12
Clippings, 1927-1930
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.13
Edison Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, 1929
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.14
Edison case clippings, 1929
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.15
Interconnection of New England power stations, 1927
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.16
Great Britain, 1927
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.17
Mass. Utilities Investment Trust, 1927
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 14.18
Municipal power plants, 1929-1930
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.1-2
Municipal power plants, 1929 [with clippings]
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.3
Holyoke Municipal Power Plant, 1928-1929
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.4-5
New England Association, 1928-1933
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.6-7
Property valuation, 1923
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.8
Miscellaneous bills, notes, and speeches, 1922-1931
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.9
Government rate fixing, speeches, 1923-1930
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.10
Government rate fixing, notes, clippings, 1926-1929
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 15.11-14
Government rate fixing, 1926-1927
Carton 6SH 1515 EFolder 16.1-7
Government rate fixing, 1926-1927
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.8-9
Government rate fixing, 1927-1929
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.10-12
Rate investigation, 1928-1929 [with clippings]
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.13
Company statistics, 1923-1927
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.14
Statistics, 1926-1927
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.15-18
Worcester rate case, 1926-1929 [with clippings]
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 16.19
Gasoline investigation, 1924
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.1-5
General clippings, etc., 1920-1928
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.6
General correspondence, 1920-1930

General printed material

Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.7-9
1920-1929
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.10-12
Bills filed, 1920-1930
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.13
Gold Star Record, 1926
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.14
Governor, relations of legislature with, 1927
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.15-16
Governors' Council, 1922-1938
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 17.17
Grade crossings, abolition of, 1926-1930
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 18.1
Hampden Probate Court, 1929
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 18.2-9
Harvard Bridge, 1922-1925 [with clippings]

Health, public

Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 18.10-13
Bills to regulate medicine, 1919-1927
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 18.14
Budget recommendations, 1924
Carton 7SH 1516 FFolder 18.15-16
Public schools, 1919-1924
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 18.17
Public schools, 1922 [clippings]
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 18.18
Public schools, 1924 [printed material]
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 18.19
Printed material, miscellaneous correspondence, 1923-1924
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 18.20
Historical site - Henry Knox route in 1775-1776, 1926

Hoover Plan

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.1-2
Correspondence, 1928-1930
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.3-4
Cost of living, 1930-1932
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.5-6
Reserve employment fund, 1924-1930
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.7-9
Stabilization of employment, 1929, 1931 [with clippings]
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.10
Statistics, employment and payroll, 1929
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.11-12
Statistics, 1927-1930
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.13-14
Statistics for Mass. cities, etc., 1923-1929

Housing

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.15
Automatic sprinklers, 1920-1921
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.16
Rent bills, 1920
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.17
Rent, etc., clippings, 1920
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.18
Bills, etc., 1921-1923
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.19
Clippings, etc., 1921-1926
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.20
Miscellany, 1933-1943
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.21
Hutchinson, Anne - statue, 1921
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 19.22
Hyde Park - transit problem, 1920
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.1
Hospital facilities, 1924
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.2
Independent Taxi Operators Association, 1928-1929
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.3
Indian claims, 1924
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.4
Industrial Accident Board, 1921-1922
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.5
Industrial investigation, 1928
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.6
Initiative and referendum, 1918-1926
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.7
Insolvency laws, 1922

Insurance

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.8
Brokers' licenses, 1923-1925
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.9
Fire insurance rates, 1927-1929
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.10
Fraternal laws, 1926
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.11
Monopolistic trends, 1923-1925
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.12
State control legislation, 1920-1921
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.13
Workmen's compensation, 1928

Insurance, automobile - compulsory liability

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.14-17
1920-1926
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.18
Correspondence, 1923-1925
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.19-20
1923-1929 [with clippings]
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.21
Insurance, health - correspondence, 1917-1924

Insurance, life

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.22
Medical examinations, 1924
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.23
Union Labor Life Insurance Co., 1920

Insurance, reciprocal

Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.24-27
1922-1925
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.28
Bills, etc., 1924-1925
Carton 8SH 1517 GFolder 20.29
Clippings, etc., 1924-1925
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.1-2
Senate #490, clippings, etc., 1924-1925
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.3
Senate #490, correspondence, 1924-1925

Insurance, unemployment

Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.4-10
Correspondence, 1920-1922
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.11
Constitutionality, 1921
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.12-13
Legislation, 1922
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.14-16
Legislation, 1922 - drafts, notes, resolves, etc.
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.17-18
Legislation, 1912, 1921 - acts of other states
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.19-20
Legislation, 1921 - magazine clippings, etc.
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 21.21
Legislation, 1921-1922 - press clippings
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.1-2
Clippings, 1922-1932
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.3-4
Speech notes, 1921-1922
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.5
Shattuck Boston American article, 30 Jan. 1922

Intermediate Loop Highway

Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.6
1924-1925
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.7-10
Correspondence, etc., 1924-1927
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.11-12
Miscellany, 1925-1926
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.13-17
Miscellaneous clippings, etc., 1925-1938
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.18
Investment trusts, 1924-1929
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.19
Ireland, 1921
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.20
Jeweler's Bill, 1927

Judges

Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.21
District and Land Court - bills and correspondence, 1923-1929
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.22
Election of in Mass., 1922
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 22.23-24
Salary increases and compensation, correspondence, etc., 1920-1930
Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 23.1-2
Judicature Commission, 1921-1922

Judicature Council

Carton 9SH 1518 HFolder 23.3
Correspondence, 1924-1926
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.4
Miscellaneous, 1926-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.5
Jury fixing, 1923
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.6
Juries, women on, 1923-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.7
Keyes, Judge, etc. - impeachment, 1922

Labor legislation

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.8
Cotton industry, 1926
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.9
Labor shares, 1926
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.10
Wagner Bill re: unions, 1934-1937
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.11-12
Workmen's compensation laws, 1920-1930

Labor and Industries, Department of

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.13
1921-1927
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.14
Board of Sanitary Control, 1927-1929
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.15
Lawrence Strike, 1922

Laborers' wages

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.16
1927-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.17
Bills and correspondence, 1925-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.18
Legislators' salary increase, 1929 [clippings]
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.19
Libraries - miscellaneous bills and correspondence, 1923-1925
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.20
Licensing, Boston - dance halls, etc., 1921-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.21
Literacy tests re: voter qualification, 1928
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.22
Lobbying - legislation, 1920-1922
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.23
Lowlands and swamps - improvement legislation, 1925
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.24
Mahar Claim - example of special legislation, 1927
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.25
Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1927-1928

Massachusetts Bar Association - Committee on Legislation

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.26
Malpractice, 1913-1916
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.27
Bills introduced, correspondence, 1915-1918
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.28
Massachusetts Industrial Commission, 1931
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.29
Maternity benefit bills, 1920-1926
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.30
Mayflower - prohibition of sale, 1924-1925
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.31
Medal of Honor, design of - Dudley Pratt, 1924
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 23.32
Medical examinations and inquests, 1923
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.1
Memorial Drive - extension proposal, 1924-1928

Mental diseases

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.2
Correspondence, pamphlets, 1922-1936
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.3
Division of Mental Hygiene, 1922

Metropolitan District Commission

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.4
Bench, park, and playground improvements, 1921-1924
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.5
Appointment of commissioner, 1939
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.6-8
Boulevards and parkways, 1921-1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.9
Boulevards and parkways, Embankment Road, 1930
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.10
Bridge attendants, correspondence, 1924
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.11
Division of Metropolitan Planning - miscellaneous, 1923-1929
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.12
Miscellany, 1922-1941
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.13
Sewerage system, Neponset River, 1928
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.14
Metropolitan Transit Commission, establishment of, 1922
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.15
Midwife Bill, 1922-1923
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.16
Military - universal service, 1917

Militia laws

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.17-18
1922-1924
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.19-20
Bills, etc., 1924

Minimum wage legislation

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.21
Correspondence, 1921-1923
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.22
Miscellany, 1924-1931

Motion picture censorship

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.23
Correspondence, 1920
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.24-25
National correspondence, 1920-1921
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.26
Correspondence, 1921
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 24.27
Pamphlets, notes, 1920-1921

Motor taxes

Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 25.1-5
Gasoline, etc., 1920-1929
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 25.6
Miscellany, 1919-1922
Carton 10SH 1519 IFolder 25.7
Notes, 1922
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.8-9
Notes, bills, etc., 1921-1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.10
Notes on traffic and Boston parking, 1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.11-14
Printed material, etc., 1923-1929

Municipal finance - city manager plan

Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.15
1927-1928
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.16
Notes, clippings, 1927-1928
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.17
Mystic Lakes, 1926

National banks

Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.18
1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.19
Bills, 1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.20
Notes, bills, etc., 1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 25.21
Press clippings, 1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.1-2
Clippings, 1923-1925
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.3-7
Correspondence, 1923-1927
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.8-12
Legislative hearings, 1923
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.13-15
Legislative hearings, bills, etc., 1925
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.16
Legislative hearings, miscellany, 1925-1926
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.17
New York legislation, 1923-1924

National Economy League

Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.18
Correspondence and notes, 1932
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 26.19
Correspondence, 1932-1933
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 27.1
Correspondence, 1933-1934
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 27.2
1934-1940
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 27.3-5
Correspondence, etc., 1934-1939
Carton 11SH 151A JFolder 27.6
Miscellany, 1938
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.7-8
Miscellany, 1933-1940
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.9
Natural History, Boston Society of, 1936
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.10
Nautical School, 1927

Necessaries of Life, Commission on

Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.11
1920-1925
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.12
Bills, clippings, etc., 1920-1922
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.13
Neponset Sewerage, 1928
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.14
New England Investment & Security Co., 1926
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.15
Newspapers, 1920
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.16
Norfolk State Hospital, 1926
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.17
Northern Artery, 1921-1929
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.18
North and South Stations, 1928
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.19
Number pool investigation, 1940
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.20
Obsolete Laws, Commission on Repeal of, 1926
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.21
Old Colony Boulevard (Boston), 1928
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.22
Pardon probe - Raymond L. Patriarca, clippings, Nov. 1939
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.23
Parking problem - Boston, 1926
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.24
Peddlers and hawkers, 1928

Pensions

Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 27.25-26
Acts, general laws, 1910-1921
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 28.1-2
Bills, 1916-1925
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 28.3-5
Civil servants - legislations, etc., 1909-1926
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 28.6-7
Civil servants - miscellany, 1908-1945
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 28.8-13
Clippings, etc., 1920-1931
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 28.14-16
Correspondence, June 1920-Apr. 1921
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 29.1-4
Correspondence, May 1921-1945
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 29.5
Old age - correspondence, etc., 1924-1930
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 29.6-7
Old age - miscellany, 1923-1925
Carton 12SH 151B KFolder 29.8-10
Special Committee on, 1921
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.11-12
Special Committee on, 1921
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.13
Special Committee on - bills, etc., 1920-1921
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.14
Special Committee on - hearings, 1921
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.15
Special Committee on - notes, 1920
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.16
Legislation, etc., 1921
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.17
Pierce, Edward P., indictment of, 1922
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.18
Pilgrim tercentenary, 1920-1926
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.19
Playgrounds, 1925
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.20
Plumbers, 1927
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.21
Plymouth Firemen Bill, 1927

Police

Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.22-23
Correspondence, 1920-1929
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.24
Miscellany, 1921-1926
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.25
Political prisoners, 1923
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.26
Poll tax, 1920
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.27
Poultry disease, 1928
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.28
Primary elections - laws, etc., 1920-1931

Prisons

Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 29.29
Correspondence, 1922-1935
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.1
Correspondence, etc., 1922-1928
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.2-3
Miscellany, 1922-1935
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.4
Clippings, 1922-1929
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.5
Probate court fees, 1925-1926
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.6
Probation, Commission on, 1927
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.7-8
Prohibition - correspondence, etc., 1920-1930
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.9
Proportional representation - correspondence, etc., 1937-1941
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.10
Public documents - printing, 1922
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.11
Public utilities, 1924-1929
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.12
Public welfare, 1921-1929

Public works

Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.13-14
Correspondence, 1920-1929
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.15-16
Miscellany, 1925
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.17
Bills, etc., 1922-1927
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.18
Purchasing, 1924

Railroads

Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.19
Correspondence, etc., 1923-1938
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.20
Miscellany, 1923-1938
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 30.21
Reading, Arthur K., impeachment of, 1928
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.1-2
Redistricting - reapportionment, 1916-1940
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.3
Registration of chiropractors, 1927-1929
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.4
Registration of chiropractors, dentists, midwives, etc., bills, 1923-1927
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.5
Reorganization of state government - correspondence, 1930-1933

Reorganization

Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.6
Miscellany, 1930
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.7-8
Printed material, clippings, 1930-1933
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.9-10
Shattuck addresses, 1930-1950
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.11
Rifle range, Wakefield, 1925
Carton 13SH 151C LFolder 31.12
Rules, House and Joint, 1923-1929
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 31.13
Sacco-Vanzetti case, 1926

Salaries, state employees'

Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 31.14-18
1926-1930
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 31.19-20
Correspondence, 1926-1930
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 31.21
Miscellany, 1919-1930
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.1
Miscellany. 1926-1927
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.2-4
Reclassification, etc., 1926-1927
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.5
Saltonstall inheritance case, 1929

Savings Bank Life Insurance

Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.6-7
Correspondence, 1921-1939
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.8
Miscellany, 1921-1939

Savings banks

Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.9-11
Investments, etc., 1920-1934
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.12
Tax assessment, 1925
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.13
Trust mortgage, 1920

School age extension

Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.14
Correspondence, 1920-1929
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.15
Miscellany, 1920-1929
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.16
School buildings, 1929
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.17
Seal, state, 1924
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.18
Sedition, bill defining, 1922
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.19
Sewer bonds, 1924
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.20
Shareholders' lists, 1927-1928
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.21
Shellfish, Special Commission on, 1928
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.22
Shellfish regulations, 1926

Sheppard-Towner Act

Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 32.23-24
Correspondence, 1921-1922
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.1-2
Correspondence, etc., 1922-1925
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.3
Legislation (House), 1922
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.4
Legislation (Senate), etc., 1920-1922
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.5
Miscellany, 1921-1922
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.6-8
Press clippings, etc., 1922-1924
Carton 14SH 151D MFolder 33.9-10
Printed material, 1921-1927
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.11
Sherborn, annexation of, 1924
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.12
Shipping, 1927
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.13
Sinking Fund investments, 1926

Sliding scale rates (gas)

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.14
1926-1927
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.15
Hearing on new schedule, 1927
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.16
Repeal of, 1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.17-18
Revision of schedules, 1927
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.19
Small claims court, 1920
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.20
Small loans, 1920-1922

Soldiers' Home, Chelsea

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 33.21
Annual reports, 1922-1924
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.1
Correspondence, 1923-1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.2
Miscellany, 1922-1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.3
Soldiers' relief, 1925
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.4
Southern Artery, 1929

Speakership, Massachusetts House

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.5
Correspondence, 1924-1928
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.6
Miscellany, 1928
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.7
Springfield Bridge, 1920-1929
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.8
Standish, Myles - statue, 1923-1925
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.9
State committees of political parties, etc., 1922-1929
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.10
State House - fire protection, 1924

State institutions

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.11
Correspondence, etc., 1920-1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.12
Mental Health Department, housing survey, 1943
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.13
Miscellany, 1929
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.14
State jobs - clippings, 1939
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.15
Street railways - correspondence, etc., 1920-1928

Street widening

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.16
Cambridge and Court Streets (Boston) - correspondence, 1923
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.17
1923-1924
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.18
Cambridge and Court Streets (Boston) - correspondence, etc., 1923-1925
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.19
Stuart Street plan, 1921

Suffolk County

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.20
1925-1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.21
Reapportionment - maps, 1925
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.22
Supreme Judicial Court Building, 1923-1925

Suffolk County Court House

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.23
1927-1929
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 34.24
Additional accommodations, 1928
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.1
Additional accommodations - bills, etc., 1923-1929
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.2-5
Additional accommodations - miscellany, 1921-1930
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.6
Suffrage, women, 1920
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.7
Sunday sports, 1920 [clippings]
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.8
Superintendent of Buildings (Mass.), 1926
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.9
Suits to enforce statutes and administrative orders, 1928-1929

Supreme Court reorganization

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.10
Correspondence, 1937
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.11
Miscellany, 1937

Taxes, estate and inheritance

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.12
Correspondence, 1920-1928
Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.13
Miscellaneous clippings, 1925-1928

Taxes, federal

Carton 15SH 151S .Folder 35.14
Correspondence, etc., 1926-1939
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.15
Correspondence, etc., 1927-1930
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.16
Correspondence, Mass. legislation, etc., 1934-1941

Taxes, Massachusetts

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.17
1920-1926
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.18-19
Correspondence, 1920-1931
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.20
Income, 1929-1930
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.21
Triennial valuation, 1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.22
Teacher loyalty oath, 1935-1936

Teachers' pensions, salaries, etc.

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.23
Correspondence, 1920-1939
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 35.24
Miscellany, 1920-1929
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.1
Telephone rates, 1924-1927
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.2
Tercentenary, 1929-1930
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.3
Textile industry, 1923-1924
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.4
Theater censorship, 1930
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.5
Traffic regulations, 1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.6
Trails, trees, etc. - conservation matters, 1923-1924
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.7
Trust company legislation, 1927
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.8
Tuberculosis, 1924
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.9
United States Senate - David I. Walsh, 1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.10
Universalist Church, 1921

Vaccination

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.11-12
Correspondence, 1920-1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.13
Miscellany, 1921-1930
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.14
Valuation - utility stock, 1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.15
Ventilation of school buildings, 1926

Veterans

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.16
Correspondence, 1920-1933
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.17
Miscellany, 1922-1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.18
Voluntary associations, 1921-1927

Voting

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.19
Definition of legal, 1920-1924
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.20
Miscellaneous correspondence, etc., 1920-1925

War memorials

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.21
Beacon Street controversy, 1924-1926
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.22
Beacon Street controversy, miscellaneous, 1926
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.23
Copley Square, State House - correspondence, 1921-1931
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.24
St. Mihiel - correspondence, 1926
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.25
St. Mihiel - plans, 1926

NOTE: This folder has been removed to Box OS 1.

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 36.26-27
Special commission, etc., 1924-1927
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 37.1
Water resources, 1920-1921

Water supply

Carton 16SH 151TFolder 37.2-5
Clippings, 1920-1936
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 37.6
Connecticut River, 1926-1927
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 37.7
Financing for metropolitan system, 1928
Carton 16SH 151TFolder 37.8-12
Legislative hearings, 1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 37.13
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1937-1938
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 37.14
Miscellany, 1938
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 37.15-16
Quabbin Reservoir, 1936
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.1-2
Quabbin Reservoir, 1936

Water supply legislation

Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.3
1924
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.4
Correspondence, 1925-1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.5
Filtration of South Sudbury Reservoir, 1925-1927
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.6
Metropolitan Commission report, 1925
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.7
Miscellany, 1925
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.8-13
Senate bills, 1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 38.14
1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.1
1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.2
Correspondence, 1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.3-4
Miscellany, 1926
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.5
Correspondence, 1926-1927
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.6
1927
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.7
Hearings, 1927
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.8
Report of Thaddeus Merriman, consulting engineer, 1927
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.9-12
Water supply matters, 1936 - Quabbin Reservoir, etc.
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.13-14
Water supply - Special Metropolitan Commission, 1924
Carton 17SH 151E NFolder 39.15
Ways and Means Committee - clippings, etc., 1924
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 39.16
Welfare, public, 1935-1936

Women

Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 39.17
Eligibility for public office, 1922
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 39.18
Employees, 1927-1928
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 39.19
Works Progress Administration, etc., 1936-1937
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 39.20
Yellow dog contracts, 1930

B. Session II, 1923-1956

Arranged alphabetically.

Airport, Logan

Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.1-2
Civil Aeronautics Board, 1941-1944
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.3
Clippings, 1943-1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.4
Correspondence, 1943-1949
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.5
Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission, 1940-1943
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.6
Miscellany, 1944-1947
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.7
Recreational facilities, 1943-1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.8
State Management Board, 1949
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.9
Anti-Racial Discrimination Bill, 1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.10
Appointments to state positions, 1943-1947
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.11-14
Barnes Education Bill (Anti-Communism), 1947-1948
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.15
Biennial sessions, 1944

Board of Recreation Bill

Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.16-18
1943-1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.19
Copies and versions of bill, 1943
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.20
Correspondence, 1943-1944
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.21-22
School Committee, etc., 1942-1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.23
Boston School Committee - bills, etc., 1945-1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 40.24-25
Boston Common Garage tax exemption, 1948-1949
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.1
Boston Esplanade play areas, 1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.2
Boston Lame Duck Bill, 1945

Boston Plan E movement

Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.3-9
1938-1949
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.10
Miscellany, 1947-1949
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.11
Boston Police Detective Bureau, 1948
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.12
Boston Port Authority, 1944-1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.13
Boston Public Library, 1943-1945
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.14
Boston Youth Correction Authority Act, 1943
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.15
Budget - correspondence, 1942-1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.16
Building regulations - lodging houses, 1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.17
Charles River Embankment Road, 1946
Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.18
Civil service, 1940-1943

Commission on Grievances of State Employees

Carton 18SH 151F OFolder 41.19-20
1943-1945
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 41.21
Abstracts of statutes, 1943
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 41.22-25
Correspondence, etc., 1943-1945
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.1
Hospitals, 1943
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.2
Minutes of meetings, 1943-1944
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.3
Commission on Interstate Cooperations, 1947

Committee on Public Service

Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.4
1945-1946
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.5-9
Correspondence, 1943-1948
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.10-11
Miscellany, 1943-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.12-12a
Notes, etc., 1945-1947

Correspondence

Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.13
Constituents, 1943-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.14
Miscellany, 1943-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.15
Cost of living - salary increases, 1947

Curley, James Michael

Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.16
Clippings and correspondence, 1932-1941
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.17-19
Clippings, 1942-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 42.20-22
Correspondence, etc., 1923-1956
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.1
Death penalty, 1943
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.2
Department of Public Utilities, 1946
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.3
Department of Public Works, 1943-1944
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.4
Displaced persons, 1946-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.5
District courts, 1946-1952
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.6
East Boston Tunnel, 1947

Education

Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.7
Board of, 1946-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.8
Reports of Special Recess Commission, 1946
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.9
Roxbury Latin School, 1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.10
State teachers' colleges, 1943-1944
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.11
Taxation of institutions, 1945-1947
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.12
Emergency compensation for state employees, 1943-1945
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.13
Emergency compensation, 1943 [clippings]
Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.14
Eminent domain, 1942-1943

Employees, state

Carton 19SH 151G PFolder 43.15
1943-1944
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.16
Courts, 1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.17
Harvard unemployment compensation, 1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.18
Mental institutions, 1943-1944
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.19
Military and drafts, 1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.20
Public Service Committee investigation of salaries, 1945-1946
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.21
Salaries, 1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.22
Salary Bill, 1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.23
Salary study, 1946-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.24
Travel expenses for members of the General Court, 1945-1953
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.25
Equal Rights Amendment, 1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.26
Federal free speech, 1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.27
Highways - bills and correspondence, 1947-1949
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.28
House counsel (Mass.), 1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.29
House elections (Mass.), 1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 43.30
Housing, 1943-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.
Labor Initiative Petition, 1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.2
Labor referenda, 1948

Labor unions - Barnes Bill

Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.3-4
1945-1947 [with clippings]
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.5
Correspondence, 1946-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.6
Shattuck statement on, etc., 1946-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.7
Legislative procedure, 1946
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.8
Legislature - extra session, 1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.9
Librarians - Board of Registration, 1947-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.10
Medical matters, 1944-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.11
Memorial Drive - proposed extension, 1946-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.12
Massachusetts Transit Authority, 1943-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.13
Off-street parking, 1946
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.14
Old age assistance, 1944-1946
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.15
Peace Conference - Shattuck resolution on neutral countries, 1945

Police cases

Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.16-17
1930-1944 [with clippings]
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.18
Correspondence, 1936-1944
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.19
Extracts from testimony, 1941-1944
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.20
Police time off and organization, 1942-1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.21
Public policy - vote tabulation, 1942-1943
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 44.22
Quabbin Reservoir, 1936-1946

Racing, horse and dog

Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.1-2
1943-1948 [with clippings]
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.3
Correspondence, 1945-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.4
Financial statements, etc., 1943-1947

Railroad Holding Company (Boston)

Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.5
1944-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.6
Bills, etc., 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.7
Clippings, etc., 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.8
Correspondence, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.9
Financial statements, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.10
Memoranda, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.11
Notes, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.12
Records and petitions, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.13
Reports, 1935-1948
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.14
Statements and testimony, 1945-1947
Carton 20SH 151H QFolder 45.15
Testimony, 1945
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.1
Reciprocal insurance, 1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.2
Relief for the blind, 1943
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.3-4
Rent laws, 1947 [with clippings]
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.5
Smoke abatement, 1948

Speakership campaign (Nathaniel Tilden)

Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.6
Circulars, form letters, 1944
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.7
Clippings, 1944
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.8
Correspondence, 1944-1945
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.9
Expenses, 1944-1945
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.10
Lists of supporters, 1944
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.11
State liquor stores, 1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.12
State lottery, 1943
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.13
Subversive activities, 1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.14
Suffolk County - appointment of expenses, 1945
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.15
Taxes, Massachusetts - miscellany, 1945-1946
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.16
Taxes - proposals by governor, 1947

Veterans

Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.17
1944-1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.18
American Committee, 1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.19
Bonus bills, 1944
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.20
Personal correspondence, John Burchette, 1947
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.21
Veterans Administration, 1944
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.22
Vivisection - Nolen-Mills Bill, 1947

World Federation

Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.23-24
1943-1947 [with clippings]
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.25
Constituent correspondence, 1943-1946
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.26
General correspondence, 1942-1946
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 46.27
Resolutions, 1943

II. City of Boston, 1920-1951

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 47.1
Automotive equipment, management of, 1951

Budget

Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 47.2-6
Department estimates, 1935
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 47.7
Miscellany, 1922-1935
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 48.1
Suffolk County appropriations, 1934-1935
Carton 21SH 151I RFolder 48.2
Charter - amendments, 1920-1925
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.3
City Council, reorganization of, 1920-1925
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.4
City Hospital - financing of expansion, 1923
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.5
Department of Public Welfare - reorganization, 1933
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.6
Elections - primaries, 1927
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.7
Finance Commission, 1933
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.8
Finance, municipal - miscellany, 1922-1934

Funded debt

Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.9
Notes and statistics, 1922-1934
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.10
Clippings, 1924
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.11
Legislation material, 1924-1926
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.12
High Pressure Fire Service, 1922
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 48.13
Mayor - annual message, 1939
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.1
Property assessment, 1932-1934
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.2
Real estate taxes, 1924-1949
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.3
Schoolhouse Commission, 1929 [clippings]
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.4
Supply system, 1949

Tax limit

Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.5
1920-1926
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.6
Statistics, etc., 1923-1924
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.7
Correspondence, 1924
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.8
Clippings, etc., 1924
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.9
Correspondence, 1925-1926
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.10
Clippings, etc., 1925-1926
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.11
Shattuck remarks, 1924
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 49.12-13
1927-1930

III. Boston Elevated Railway, 1917-1945

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 50.1
History of legislation, 1917-1919
Carton 22SH 151J SFolder 50.2-3
Investigation, 1921
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 50.4-5
Investigation, 1921
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.1
Clippings, 1922
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.2-4
Hearings, 1922
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.5
Legislation, 1922
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.6
Depreciation, 1923
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.7
Legislation - Shawmut branch, 1923
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 51.8
Bibliography, 1924
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.1
Legislation, 1924
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.2
Miscellany, 1924
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.3
Recess Commission report, 1924-1925
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.4
Clippings, etc., 1924-1925
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.5
Correspondence, 1924-1925
Carton 23SH 151K TFolder 52.6
Financial statistics, 1924-1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 53.1
Cleveland Railway, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 53.2
Clippings, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 53.3
Correspondence, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 54.1
Detroit Department of Street Railways, 1922-1926
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 54.2
Glasgow Corporation Tramways, 1895-1925

Hearings

Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 54.3-4
1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.1
Finances, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.2
Huntington Avenue subway, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.3
Legislative matters, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.4
Legislation, etc., 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.5
New Orleans Public Service Company, 1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.6
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, 1924-1925
Carton 24SH 151L UFolder 55.7
Report of the Joint Special Committee on the Boston Elevated and Metropolitan Transportation District, 1925
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.1
Bills, etc., 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.2
Bills with Shattuck notes, 1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.3-4
Clippings, 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.5
Correspondence, 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.6
Financial statistics, 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 56.7
Hearings, 1926
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 57.1-3
Hearings, 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 57.4-5
Legislative materials, 1926-1927
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 57.6
Report of the Commission concerning Boston elevated structures, 1926
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 57.7
Report on improved transportation facilities, 1926
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 58.1
Canadian National Railways, 1928
Carton 25SH 151M VFolder 58.2
Clippings, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.3
Correspondence, etc., 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.4
Chelsea - Revere extension request, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.5
Elevated matters, Shattuck remarks on, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.6
Hearings, memoranda concerning, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.7
Governor Square Act, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.8
Harriman, Henry I. - remarks, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.9
Legislative matters, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.10
Street maps of Boston, 1928
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 58.11
Clippings, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.1
Clippings, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.2
Correspondence, 1929

Elevated matters

Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.3-4
Shattuck remarks on, notes, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.5
H. I. Harriman remarks on, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.6
General manager - Edward Dana's statement, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.7
Hearings, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.8
Legislative matters, 1929
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.9
Hearings, 1930
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.10
Clippings, etc., 1930-1938
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.11
Detroit Street Railways financial statements, etc., 1933-1936

Elevated matters

Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.12
Shattuck remarks on, 1930
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.13
Shattuck article on, 1930
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.14-19
Financial statistics, 1928-1936
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.20
Legislative matters, 1930-1939
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 59.21
Elevated matters, 1943-1945

IV. Politics, 1916-1946

A. City of Boston, 1920-1946

Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 60.1
Miscellany - political correspondence and clippings, 1920-1942
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 60.2
Campaigns for City Council, 1933-1935
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 60.3-4
City Council race, etc., 1937-1939
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 60.5
City election statistics, 1933-1939
Carton 26SH 151N WFolder 60.6
City Council - correspondence, 1939-1946
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 61.1-5
Mayoralty campaign, etc., 1921-1937

B. State and national, 1916-1946

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.1
Campaign literature, 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.2
Clippings, 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.3
Correspondence, etc., 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.4
Finances, 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.5
Candidate lists, vote tabulations, 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.6
Speech notes, 1916
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.7
Campaign correspondence, 1919
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.8
Campaign literature, etc., 1919-1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.9
Campaign - clippings, 1919-1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.10
Campaign finances, 1919-1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.11
Correspondence, 1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.12
Information on candidates, 1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.13
Presidential campaign, 1920
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.13a
Shattuck - Henry Cabot Lodge correspondence, 1921
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.14
Clippings, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.15
Corrupt practice regulations, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.16
Campaign finances, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.17
Campaign information, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.18
Campaign literature, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.19
Nomination papers, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.20
Washburn, Robert M. - campaign, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.21
Campaign - miscellany, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.22
Correspondence, 1922
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.23
Campaign literature, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 62.24
Clippings, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.1
Correspondence, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.2
Information to voters, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.3
National convention - correspondence, etc., 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.4
Clippings, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.5
House nomination, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.6
Official papers, 1924
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.7
Correspondence, etc., 1926

Fuller campaign, etc.

Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.8
1926
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.9
Notes, 1926
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.10
Clippings, 1926
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.11
Shattuck statements, 1926
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.12
House nomination and election, 1928

Campaign issues, 1928

Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.13-16
State and national finances, 1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.17
Corruption, 1927-1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.18
Prohibition, 1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.19
Gas and electric rates, 1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.20
B. Loring Young and labor, 1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.21
Soldiers' bonus, 1928
Carton 27SH 151P YFolder 63.22
Tariff, 1928
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 63.23-24
Tariff, 1928

Campaign offices

Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.1
Lieutenant governor, 1928
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.2
President, 1928
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.3
Campaign, presidential, 1928 [clippings]

Campaign, Senate, 1928

Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.4-5
1928 [with clippings]
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.6
Correspondence, 1928
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.7-8
Miscellany, 1928

Campaign, 1930

Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.9
Correspondence, etc., 1930
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.10
Clippings, 1930
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.11
Republican nomination, treasurer, 1930
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.12
State representative, Ward 21 (Boston), 1930
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 64.13
Campaign, House, 1930 - Shattuck retirement and Christian A. Herter candidacy
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 65.1-4
Governor Joseph B. Ely - clippings, etc., 1930-1931
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 65.5
Campaigns, 1932

Campaign, 1934

Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.1
Clippings, 1934
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.2
Correspondence, etc., 1934
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.3-4
Campaign, 1936 - correspondence, etc.
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.5
Campaign, 1938 - correspondence, etc.
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.6-7
Campaign, 1940 - correspondence, etc.

House campaign, 1942

Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.8
Correspondence, 1942
Carton 28SH 151Q ZFolder 66.9
Clippings, 1942
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 66.10
Miscellany, 1942
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 66.11
House campaign, 1944 - miscellany
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 66.12
Campaign, 1946

V. Massachusetts Department of Public Works investigation, 1893-1949

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.1
Accounting, 1937
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.2
Bay State Dredging Company, 1938-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.3
Billboards, 1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.4
Breed, Charles B. - report on Worcester Turnpike, 1935
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.5-9
Bridges, 1938-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.10
Budget, 1934-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 67.11
Callahan, William F., 1939-1949
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.1
Central Equipment Company, 1938-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.2-3
Clippings, etc., 1939-1940
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.4
Coleman Brothers Corporation, 1933-1937
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.5
Commission to investigate dissolution of first commission and establishment of new commission, 1939-1940
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.6
Commission to investigate travel expenses, 1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.7
Commissioner, Public Works - powers and limitations, 1927-1942
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.8
Construction companies - contracts, 1938-1939

Contracts

Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.9-10
Awards, 1933-1937
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.11
Award comparisons, 1933-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 68.12
Award comparisons - hurricane and flood damage, 1938-1939
Carton 29SH 151R -Folder 69.1
Awards - Hurricane and flood damage, 1938-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 69.2-3
Hurricane and flood damage, 1938-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 69.4-5
Miscellaneous, 1936-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 69.6
1938-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 70.1-4
1937-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.1
Payments, etc., 1935-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.2
Complaints, 1938-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.3
Correspondence, 1931-1942
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.4
Corporation status of construction companies, 1937-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.5
Crandall Engineering Company, 1935-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.6
Curbing, 1937-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.7
District 7 (Mass.) maintenance expenditures, 1934-1937
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.8
Equipment, 1935-1937
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.9
Emergency Appropriation Act - hurricane, 1938
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.10
Emergency Commission, 1933-1939
Carton 30SH 151U $Folder 71.11
Engineering contracts, 1936-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.12
Federal aid projects, 1936-1937
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.13
Flood control, 1938-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.14
Fuller, George A. Company, 1934-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.15
Guard rails, 1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.16
Hancock Construction Company, 1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 71.17
Henderson, James D. & Son, 1934-1938

Highway Division

Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.1
Expenditures, etc., 1893-1936
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.2-3
1936-1938
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.4
Miscellany, 1929-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.5
Correspondence, etc., 1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.6-8
1938-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 72.9
Kelleher Corporation, 1938-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.1
Labor payroll, 1926-1938
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.2
Land damages, 1937-1939

NOTE: This folder has been removed to Box OS 1.

Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.3
Lane Construction Company, 1938-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.4
Maney and Perini contracts, 1934-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.5
Moore & Haller, Inc., 1938-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.6
New England Road Builders Association, 1934-1939
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.7
Newspapers, 1935-1937
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 73.8
Organization of department, 1937
Carton 31SH 151V /Folder 74.1-3
Pavement, 1935-1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 74.4-5
Perini, B. & Sons, Inc., 1938-1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 74.6
Rip Rap (Granite), 1936-1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 74.7
Rendle, James B., Company, 1938-1939

Reports on Department of Public Works

Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 74.8
1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 74.9
Draft, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.1
Recommendations, etc., 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.2
Miscellany, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.3
Comments and criticisms, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.4
Final draft, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.5-6
1937-1938
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.7
Right-of-way settlements, 1934-1936
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.8
Rugg, Charles B. - arguments vs. William F. Callahan, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 75.9
Salaries, 1937
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.1
Selectmen - Massachusetts towns, 1938-1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.2
Shields, Frank J., Company, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.3
State aid, 1931-1937
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.4
Statistics, 1924-1937
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.5
Stream clearance, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.6
Testing laboratories, 1939
Carton 32SH 151W +Folder 76.7
Tool boxes - prices, 1935-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 76.8-11
Tree and stump removal, 1934-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.1
Trucks, 1935-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.2
Unit price comparisons, 1936-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.3
W & L Engineering Company, 1938-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.4
Walsh Body & Equipment Company, 1934-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.5
Worcester office space case, 1938-1939
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 77.6
Works Progress Administration, 1936-1939

VI. Coal investigation, 1901-1927

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.1
Addresses and notes - Henry L. Shattuck, 1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.2
American Academy of Political and Social Science - conference, 1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.3
Anthracite, 1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.4-5
Anthracite and bituminous coal, alternatives to, 1921-1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.6
Anthracite in Massachusetts, 1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.7
Bills - investigations, 1904-1923
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.8
Chamber of Commerce - Special Committee on Fuel Economy, 1924-1927
Carton 33SH 151X %Folder 78.9-10
Correspondence, 1923-1924
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.1
Correspondence, 1924-1927
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.2
Hearings, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.3
Interviews, etc., 1922-1923

Joint Special Coal Investigating Committee

Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.4
Creation, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.5
1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.6
Report to the General Court, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.7
Miscellany, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.8
Correspondence, 1923-1924
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.9
Licensing of coal dealers, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.10
New England Governors Fuel Committee, 1923-1926
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 79.11
Personal: Shattuck notes and miscellaneous correspondence, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.1
Retail prices, 1923

Special Commission on the Necessaries of Life

Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.2
1925-1926
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.3
Memoranda, reports, etc., 1923-1927
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.4
Statistics, anthracite, 1901-1925

Testimonials and suggestions

Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.5
Dealers, 1923-1925
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.6
1923-1925

Transportation rates

Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.7
Anthracite, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.8
1923-1925
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.9
Degradation in transit of coal, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.10
1922-1925
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.11
United Mine Workers, 1923

United States Coal Commission

Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 80.12
1922-1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 81.1
Reports to the president, 1923
Carton 34SH 151Y 0Folder 81.2
Wages in anthracite mines, 1921-1923
Carton 35SH 151Z 1Folder 81.3
Newspapers abstracts, press releases, 1921-1923
Carton 35SH 151Z 1Folder 82.1-4
Clippings, 1922-1923
Carton 35SH 151Z 1Folder 83.1-3
Clippings, 1923-1924
Carton 35SH 151Z 1Folder 84.1-2
Clippings, 1925-1927

VII. Bound volumes, 1897-1971

This series consists of 3 letterbooks containing copies of Shattuck's business and official correspondence, 1910-1924; and 15 scrapbooks of clippings and other items documenting his career and his political and philanthropic interests, 1897-1971. The scrapbooks also contain some papers related to the career of Shattuck's nephew, Elliot L. Richardson (b. 1920).

A. Letterbooks, 1910-1924

Carton 36SH 1521 BVol. 1
14 Dec. 1910-25 Aug. 1914
Carton 36SH 1521 BVol. 2
28 Aug. 1914-2 Oct. 1916
Carton 36SH 1521 BVol. 3
4 Oct. 1916-28 May 1924

B. Scrapbooks, 1897-1971

Personal scrapbooks, 1897-1971

Included are papers related to Shattuck's life, career, and interests.

Carton 36SH 1521 BVol. 4
1897-1903
Carton 36SH 1521 BVol. 5
1934-1938
Carton 37SH 1522 CVol. 6
1939-1942
Carton 37SH 1522 CVol. 7
Nov. 1942-1944
Carton 37SH 1522 CVol. 8
1945-1947
Carton 37SH 1522 CVol. 9
1948-1952
Carton 37SH 1522 CVol. 10
1959-1969
Carton 38SH 1523 DVol. 11
1969-1971

Political scrapbooks, 1921-1939

Included are papers related to the Boston Elevated Railway, the Massachusetts Department of Public Works, and various political questions.

Carton 38SH 1523 DVol. 12
Mar.-Apr. 1921
Carton 38SH 1523 DVol. 13
Apr. 1921
Carton 38SH 1523 DVol. 14
Apr. 1921
Carton 38SH 1523 DVol. 15
Apr.-May 1921
Carton 39SH 1524 EVol. 16
May 1921
Carton 39SH 1524 EVol. 17
1922-1923
Carton 39SH 1524 EVol. 18
Jan.-Aug. 1939

VIII. Unprocessed additions

NOTE: This series is CLOSED pending processing.

Carton 40SH 1525 F
Correspondence, photographs
Carton 41SH 1526 G
Financial records

This carton contains papers related to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Fiduciary Trust Co., New York; Harvard contributions; Mutual Life Insurance Co., New York; and art owned by Henry Lee Shattuck. Included are miscellaneous property lists, wills, etc.

Carton 42SH 1527 H
Unprocessed additions
Carton 43SH 1528 I
Unprocessed additions
Carton 44SH 1529 J
Unprocessed additions
Carton 45SH 152A K
Unprocessed additions
Carton 46SH 1731 E
Unprocessed additions
Carton 47SH 1732 F
Unprocessed additions
Box OS 1
Unprocessed additions
Box OS 2
Unprocessed additions
Box OS 3
Unprocessed additions

Printed Materials Removed from the Collection

These printed materials removed from the collection are stored offsite and must be requested at least one business day in advance. Contact the Library at library@masshist.org or (617) 536-1608 to request materials. Please discuss your request with the reading room staff before requesting cartons by barcode.

Included are 14 cartons of typescripts of proceedings, government documents, periodicals, books, and other printed materials arranged in broad subject categories, but otherwise unsorted.

Boston Elevated Railway

Carton 1SH 11CX 6
Typescripts of arbitration proceedings, 1924-1925 [3 vols.]
Carton 1SH 11CX 6
Typescript, Elevated investigation, 1921 [1 vol.]
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Financing the Boston Elevated Railway, 1924 [2 vols.]
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Boston Elevated Railway bills, hearings before the Joint Committees on Metropolitan Affairs & Street Railways, 23 Jan.-28 Feb. 1928 [12 vols.]
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Boston Elevated Bill: hearings before the House Committee on Ways and Means, 13-15 May 1929 [3 vols. ]
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Boston Elevated Legislation: hearings before the House Ways & Means Committee, 11 July 1928
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Bill presented by Mayor Nichols, relative to the Boston Elevated Railway, 16 Apr. 1928
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Annual reports of the Boston Elevated Railway, 1919-1929
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
Miscellaneous printed materials pertaining to the Boston Elevated Railway and other Boston street railways
Carton 2SH 11CY 7
House 1183: Boston Railroad Holding Company hearings, Apr. 1945

Department of Public Utilities

Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Typed transcripts of hearings pertaining to the Department of Public Utilities
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
DPU 2701--Order of the House of Representatives relative to changes in the laws on raising new capital by gas and electric companies, 16-25 Feb. 1927 [2 vols.]
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
DPU 3242--Investigation under Chapter 49 relative to the regulation of gas and electric companies, 14 Nov. 1928 [1 vol.]
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Special report of the DPU relative to lighting rates, before the Committee on Power and Light, 1 Mar. 1927
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
House 727: Additional powers for the DPU in regard to gas and electric rates before the Committee on Power and Light, 1 Feb. 1927
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Hearing upon admission of an order offered by Rep. Shattuck relative to rates of gas & electric companies before the House Committee on Rules, 23 Feb. 1928
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Regulation and supervision of gas and electric companies before the Committee on Rules, 25 Apr. 1928
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Control and conduct of public utilities before the Special Recess Legislative Commission, 3-20 Dec. 1929 [3 vols.]
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Proposed fight and power investigation before Joint Committee on Rules, 29 Apr. 1929
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
House 497: Notice of proposed changes in rates, before the Committee on Power and Light, 19 Feb. 1929
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
DPU 3642, 3737, 3763: Rates of Edison Electric Company before the Department of Public Utilities, 1 Apr. 1930
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
House 1235: Municipal lighting plants and departmental powers, before the House Ways and Means Committee, 17-22 Apr. 1929
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Expenditures and liabilities of the DPU, 30 Nov. 1937
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Financial statements, 30 Nov. 1935, June 1936, 30 Nov. 1936, 30 Nov. 1937
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Report of the Committee to Study the DPU, 13 June 1939
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Report on the DPU Materials Testing Lab, Oct. 1937
Carton 3SH 11CZ 8
Information on DPU bids and prices

Interstate Commerce Commission

Carton 4SH 11D1 I
Transcripts of hearings before the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1923-1924
Carton 5SH 11D2 J
Transcripts of hearings before the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1925
Carton 5SH 11D2 J
Transcripts of the Sep. 1938 flood investigation
Carton 5SH 11D2 J
Speeches of Henry L. Shattuck [3 vols.]

Miscellaneous hearings

Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Testimony in hearings before House and Senate Committees
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Rapid transit in Metropolitan Boston, before the Committee on Metropolitan Affairs, 4-18 Feb. 1929 [9 vols.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Investigation by the Special Commission of Public Utilities, before the House Committee on Ways & Means, 17-20 May 1929 [2 vols.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
House 1279: Municipal lighting plants, before the Senate Committee on Ways & Means, 14-15 May 1929 [2 vols.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
House 154, 496, 499, 712, 819, 820: Power and light, before the Committee on Power & Light, 28 Feb. 1929 [1 vol.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
House 498: Borrowing for plant expansion, before the Committee on Power & Light, 19 Feb. 1929 [1 vol.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Investigation of lighting companies, before the House Rules Committee, 13 Jan. 1927
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Senate 52 & 171; House 622: Statement of Sheldon Wardwell before the Committee on Power & Light
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Regulation & supervision of gas & electric companies before the Committee on Power & Light, 14-21 Feb. 1928 [3 vols.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Commission on unemployment and minimum wage, 29 Nov.-19 Dec. 1922 [4 vols.]
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Hearings on rapid transit, 23 Jan.-9 Feb. 1928
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Explanation of Sanatorium Division budget, 1939
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
House 1129 & 1149: Metropolitan Transit District, before the House Ways & Means Committee, 3 Apr. 1928
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Pilgrim Memorial Association, 12 Dec. 1922
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Report of Special Commission on the Necessaries of Life relative to the coal deposits in Southeastern Mass., 15 Dec. 1924
Carton 6SH 11D3 K
Hearing on charges against William F. Callahan, 10 July 1939 [3 vols.]

Mass. Ways & Means Committee

Carton 7SH 11D4 L
Bound volumes of Mass. House and Senate bills brought before the House Committee on Ways & Means, 1923-1928

Mass. House and Senate Documents

Carton 8SH 11D5 M
Unsorted Mass. House and Senate documents
Carton 9SH 11D6 N
Unsorted Mass. House and Senate documents
Carton 9SH 11D6 N
Budgets, 1921-1930

Miscellaneous government publications

Boston

Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Appropriations & tax orders, 1933-1935
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Auditor's Department, 1928-1930, 1935
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
City Record, 18 May 1935, 28 Sep. 1940
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Finance Commission, 1922, 1933, 1934
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Mayoral addresses, 1922-1946
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Port Authority annual reports, 1937-1944
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Sinking Funds Dept., 1928, 1934, 1935
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Miscellaneous reports

Massachusetts

Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Attorney general, 1929, 1936
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Bar Association, 1915
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Commission on Administration & Finance, 1926, 1929, 1935
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Dept. of Public Works standard specifications for highways & bridges, 1935-1936
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Joint Board comprising the Commission on Waterways and Public Lands & the Transit Dept. of the City of Boston re: Boston-East Boston bridge or tunnel
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Metropolitan District Commissions, 1896-1940
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Miscellaneous Mass. documents
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Miscellaneous other state documents

United States

Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Bureau of Public Roads, report, 1933-1936
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Director of the Bureau of the Budget, annual report, 1927, 1928
Carton 10SH 11D7 O
Congressional Record, 68th Congress, 1st session

Subject files

Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Boston Elevated Railway (see Cartons 1-2)
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Bridges (reports of the New Jersey Interstate Bridge and Tunnel Commission)
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Census--Massachusetts, 1925
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Chicago--rapid transit
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Child labor
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Civil service
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Cleveland Railway Co.
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Coal (see Carton 14)
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Constitution--Massachusetts
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Crime & delinquency
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Detroit Street Railways
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Education/teachers' salaries
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Electricity
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Energy conservation; fuel economy
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Federal grants in aid, 1920
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Fire insurance
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Flood, 1938 (see Carton 5)
Carton 11SH 11D8 P
Furnaces, boilers, stoves
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Gas
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Glasgow Corp. Tramways
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Health insurance
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Highways
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Holland Tunnel (New York-New Jersey)
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Industries (miscellaneous)
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Insurance (miscellaneous)
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Interstate Commerce Commission (see Cartons 4-5)
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Labor
Carton 12SH 11D9 Q
Labor relations
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Maps
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Mass. General Court: list of committees, 1918-1919
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Mental health
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Miscellaneous
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Motion picture censorship
Carton 13SH 11DA R
New England Telephone & Telegraph
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Oil
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Parks & recreation--Massachusetts
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Pensions
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Philadelphia rapid transit
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Politics and government--general
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Politics and government--Massachusetts
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Public Utilities, Dept. of (see Carton 3)
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Railroads--New York
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Shattuck, Henry L., speeches (see Carton 5)
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Tariff, 1922
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Taxes
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Unemployment
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Uniform Partnership Act
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Water
Carton 13SH 11DA R
Workman's compensation
Carton 14SH 11DB S
Materials on coal

Select Index

Listed below are select individuals, organizations, and other subjects of significance appearing in this collection. The numbers following each item indicate the folder or folders where information about that item or correspondence with that individual is located. Use the Detailed Description of the Collection above to find the folders in the cartons.

A
Abbot, Willis J., 8.16, 8.17, 49.9
Academy of Political and Social Science, 78.2
Adams, Charles Francis, 8.19, 21.4, 21.5, 36.14, 64.13, 66.4
Adams, Henry, 26.18, 26.19
Adlow, Elijah, 2.18, 6.8, 7.20, 26.18, 30.7, 39.7, 57.2, 61.1
Administration and Finance, Commission on (Mass.), 1.4-13, 1.15, 1.16, 3.1, 3.7, 5.3, 5.7, 5.9, 9.1, 10.9, 23.16, 29.1, 30.10, 30.18, 31.17, 31.19, 32.2, 32.3, 34.1, 42.8, 80.6
Advisory Committee on Co-operation in Patriotic Work, 2.3, 34.22
Agassiz, Mabel S. (Mrs. George R.), 21.4, 21.6
Agriculture, Department of (Mass.), 10.13, 23.23, 24.13
Ahern, Francis X., 41.7
Airola, Augustine, 11.7, 59.7
Airport Management Board (Mass.), 40.8
Albers, Homer, 8.1
Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (Mass.), 42.14
Aldrich, Talbot, 12.14
Allen, Claude L., 1.21, 31.19, 37.9, 43.15, 51.3
Allen, Frank G., 2.3a, 5.1, 5.6, 5.7, 5.9-11, 10.1, 12.15, 17.17, 19.2, 25.1, 31.19, 36.2, 58.3, 59.2, 63.12, 63.14, 64.4, 64.9, 65.1
Allen, Henry J., 24.25
Allen, J. Weston, 5.2, 34.7, 35.6, 36.16, 36.19, 62.21
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 21.7
American Airlines, 40.5
American Association for Labor Legislation, 9.17, 19.1, 21.4, 21.5, 21.6, 21.7, 21.8, 21.9, 21.10, 23.11, 33.5
American Association for Medical Progress, 36.13
American Association of State Highway Officials, 43.21
American Bankers' League, 35.12
American Bar Association, 35.11
American Bar Association Journal, 1.7, 35.11
American Battle Monuments Commission, 36.24, 36.27
American Electric Railway Association, 57.4
American Equity Association, 5.4, 5.11
American Farm Bureau Federation, 8.10
American Federation of Labor, 8.1, 29.29, 43.4
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, 8.25, 41.19, 41.22, 41.23, 41.24, 42.6, 42.9
American Foundation for the Blind, 3.6
American Gas Association, 33.14
American Labor Legislation Review, 21.7, 21.8
American Legion, 2.3, 26.18, 29.3, 34.22, 36.16, 36.17, 36.23, 36.26, 46.19
American Legislators' Association, 31.5
American Public Utilities Bureau, 15.12
American Railway Association, 30.20, 79.10
American Taxpayers' League, 2.1, 35.15
American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 2.2
American Unitarian Association, 36.21, 36.22
American Veterans Committee, 46.18
American War Veterans' Association, 62.11, 62.22
American Women's Overseas League of New England, 36.23
Ames, Butler, 64.4, 64.6, 64.7
Amory, Gertrude L. (Mrs. Harcourt), 24.26, 32.23
Amory, Harcourt, Jr., 62.11, 78.9
Amoskeag Company, 45.13
Anderson, Elbridge R., 51.2, 51.3, 55.2, 55.4
Anderson, George W., 16.2, 33.14
Andrew, A. Piatt, 8.8, 8.15, 27.1, 32.23, 33.4, 35.15, 63.22, 63.23, 79.8
Andrews, Irene Osgood (Mrs. John B.), 21.4
Andrews, John B., 9.17, 19.1, 19.2, 20.21, 21.4, 21.5, 21.6, 21.7, 21.8, 21.9, 21.10, 23.11, 24.21, 29.3, 32.2, 32.24
Anthracite Bureau of Information, 78.9, 79.8, 80.1
Anthracite Operators' General Policies Committee, 79.5
Appalachian Mountain Club, 36.6
Appleton, Francis Henry, Jr., 7.20, 9.17, 62.22
Appleton, William Sumner, 3.4, 3.13, 12.20, 12.21, 18.7, 22.7
Arnold, Horace D., 20.1, 37.11, 39.13
Ashfield, Albert Henry Stanley, 54.2, 56.5
Associated Industries of Massachusetts, 39.18, 79.1
Associated Veterans' Societies, 36.23
Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, 30.7, 30.8, 62.22
Association for the Improvement of Municipal Government, 61.4, 66.1
Association of Massachusetts Assessors, 42.5
Association of Owners of Massachusetts Street Railway Securities, 50.1
Atkins, Richard A., 41.4, 41.7, 41.8, 41.9, 43.15, 44.20
Atkinson, Henry Russell, 30.1, 66.2, 67.3
Atlantic Monthly, 3.13
Attorney General (Mass.), 2.5, 2.6
Attucks, Crispus Non-Partisan League, 60.2
Attwill, Henry C., 1.20, 2.10, 5.10, 7.9, 9.5, 11.7, 13.3, 13.8, 14.13, 14.18, 15.4, 15.7, 15.12, 15.13, 16.2, 16.3, 16.6, 16.7, 16.15, 30.11, 32.4, 33.14, 35.9, 55.4, 56.5, 57.2
Atwood, Harrison H., 2.7, 11.14, 52.5, 55.1, 55.4
Automobile Legal Association, 25.7, 25.11
Automobilists' Protective Committee, 25.4
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B
Babson, Roger W., 21.8, 25.15, 74.5
Back Bay Leader, 60.2, 60.6
Back Bay Ledger, 66.8
Back Bay Tenants Association, 19.16, 50.2, 50.3
Bacon, Gaspar Griswold, 5.17, 8.20, 9.17, 14.18, 15.12, 15.13, 21.3, 24.6, 58.3, 59.7, 59.9, 62.1
Badger, Walter I., Jr., 33.19
Bailey, James A., 12.19, 18.8, 24.4, 24.6, 24.10, 24.11, 37.13, 38.4, 39.13, 39.14, 54.3, 55.4, 56.5
Baker, Day, 1.11, 18.2, 18.8, 19.10, 20.14, 20.16, 20.17, 25.1, 25.4, 25.12, 29.1, 30.13, 57.1
Baker, William B., 5.6, 5.17, 7.20, 29.4
Baldridge, H. Clarence, 19.6
Bangs, Francis R., 6.8, 6.9, 7.3, 22.11, 30.7, 57.1
Banking and Insurance, Department of (Mass.), 5.3, 10.3, 20.9, 20.18, 20.23, 21.9, 28.15, 32.6, 32.11, 46.1
Barbour, Thomas, 12.14, 18.13, 36.12
Barnes, Clarence A., 40.11, 40.12, 40.13, 40.14, 44.3, 44.5, 44.6, 44.12
Barnes, George L., 27.14, 30.19, 32.6, 32.7
Barney, J. Dellinger, 3.4
Barnum, H. Ware, 7.8, 11.7, 34.16, 50.2, 51.2, 51.5, 51.7, 52.1, 52.2, 52.5, 52.6, 53.3, 54.3, 55.1, 55.2, 55.3, 55.4, 56.5, 56.7, 57.2, 57.3, 58.3, 59.8
Bartlett, Arthur, 61.3
Bartlett, Joseph W., 26.8, 39.7, 51.3
Bassett, J. Colby, 28.5, 32.23, 62.11, 64.9
Bates, George J., 11.14, 27.3, 37.9, 38.8, 48.4, 49.7, 66.4
Bates, Sanford, 1.10, 5.1, 5.3, 29.29, 30.1, 34.11
Baxter, Charles S., 61.1
Baxter, Percival P., 32.24, 78.9, 78.10
Bay State Dredging Company, 67.2
Bay State Street Railway Company, 50.1
Bayley, James C., Jr., 40.20, 43.29, 60.6
Bazeley, W. A. L., 5.1, 5.3, 9.13, 12.18, 12.20, 34.8
Beacon Hill Association, 6.11, 6.14, 36.26, 46.5
Beal, Boylston A., 1.17
Beal, Thomas P., 26.19
Begg, Alexander S., 20.1
Belchertown State School, 2.20, 5.8
Belding, Anson W., 11.14
Bell, Stoughton, 24.1, 39.18
Bennett, March G., 6.5, 9.17, 24.12, 34.5, 62.22
Benton, Jay R., 1.1, 9.4, 9.9, 9.10, 10.19, 22.21, 24.21, 26.6, 29.18, 30.14, 33.2, 35.12, 38.4, 42.20, 43.6, 55.3, 62.21
Best, William H., 7.6, 16.4, 49.9, 62.11
Biddle, Francis B., 24.24, 24.25
Bigelow, Albert F., 2.22, 5.14, 5.15, 5.17, 5.18, 9.17, 23.9, 35.16, 41.15, 42.14, 43.10, 43.12, 69.6, 71.11, 72.8, 73.5, 76.5
Bigelow, George H., 3.19, 3.20, 5.1, 5.3, 18.11, 18.13, 32.22, 36.15, 38.9
Bigelow, Henry B., 29.23
Bigney, Robert E., 33.15
Billings, Franklin S., 79.1
Bilodeau, Thomas H., 5.5, 10.15, 27.21, 59.9
Bird, Charles Sumner, 62.3
Bird, Reginald W., 39.10
Birmingham, Leo M., 14.18
Bituminous Operators' Special Committee, 78.9
Blake, J. A. Lowell, 7.13, 12.14, 30.7, 31.11, 36.16
Blind, Division of the (Mass.), 3.5-9
Bliven, Bruce, 32.7
Bolster, Wilfred, 34.23
Bolton, Charles Knowles, 36.2
Bonded Law Association, 23.26
Booth, George F., 5.14, 36.21, 38.7, 39.2, 64.13
Boston Daily Advertiser, 9.17
Boston American, 2.22, 22.5, 56.5
Boston & Albany Railroad, 4.2, 4.3, 80.7, 80.8
Boston and Maine Railroad Co., 45.5, 45.6, 45.8, 45.9, 45.13, 80.8, 80.12
Boston Art Commission, 47.2
Boston Athenaeum, 36.2
Boston Automobile Dealers Association, 18.5, 25.2, 25.4
Boston Bar Association, 2.17, 22.24, 23.6, 30.21, 34.24, 43.16
Boston Bar Bulletin, 23.3
Boston Better Business Bureau, 3.11
Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Co., 7.12
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 1.21, 1.22, 2.4, 2.22, 3.11, 5.11, 5.17, 6.6, 6.9, 6.11, 6.14, 9.18, 10.13, 11.4, 11.12, 12.6, 12.7, 12.22, 18.5, 19.18, 19.20, 20.1, 22.7, 22.9, 23.4, 23.20, 24.6, 24.7, 25.4, 25.5, 26.19, 27.2, 27.11, 27.18, 27.23, 28.7, 28.10, 28.16, 30.16, 34.22, 35.14, 35.15, 35.17, 35.19, 36.5, 37.11, 37.13, 39.1, 39.10, 39.13, 41.4, 41.7, 41.8, 42.5, 42.14, 43.6, 46.13, 47.7, 48.2, 48.5, 48.6, 48.7, 48.8, 49.9, 49.12, 49.13, 55.3, 55.4, 56.1, 56.5, 57.2, 57.5, 58.9, 61.5, 62.11, 78.1, 78.8, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1
Boston Charter Association, 48.2, 62.8
Boston Charter Commission of 1946, 41.5, 41.8
Boston Citizens' Committee for Proportional Representation, 30.9
Boston Citizenship League, 30.8
Boston City Club, 22.3
Boston City Federation, 24.23
Boston City Hospital, 47.5, 48.4
Boston Common Garage, 40.24, 40.25
Boston Conservation Bureau, 18.16, 18.19
Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 33.14, 33.15, 33.16, 33.17, 33.18
Boston Council of Social Agencies, 28.10, 48.5
Boston Elementary Teachers' Club, 28.7, 28.10, 29.1
Boston Elevated Railway, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 44.12, 50.1-5, 51.3-56.2, 56.5-58.1, 58.3-10, 59.2-21
Boston Emergency Fuel Committee, 80.1
Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government, 9.17
Boston Finance Commission, 1.1, 11.4, 11.8, 11.14, 12.6, 22.11, 28.5, 31.7, 34.17, 37.7, 40.16, 40.23, 48.7, 48.12, 49.4, 49.5, 49.12, 74.1
Boston Globe, 9.17, 20.21, 22.10
Boston Head Masters Association, 11.14
Boston Health League, 7.16, 23.14
Boston Herald, 2.17, 2.22, 3.1, 5.14, 8.6, 8.13, 8.17, 36.21, 42.16, 44.5, 45.1, 45.3, 63.17
Boston Housing Association, 19.20
Boston Housing Authority, 43.30
Boston Labor Committee to Combat Intolerance, 43.4
Boston League of Women Voters, 10.3, 10.4, 24.23, 25.13, 30.9, 32.14, 32.23, 40.23, 48.2, 48.3, 60.2, 60.6, 61.5, 62.12, 62.22, 63.5, 63.7, 63.12, 66.8, 66.11, 78.9, 78.10
Boston Legal Aid Society, 23.26
Boston Liberal Group, 21.12
Boston Municipal Research Bureau, 30.9, 37.13, 37.14, 39.9, 41.2, 41.3, 41.4, 41.5, 41.6, 41.8, 43.15, 47.1, 47.7, 48.11
Boston Plan E Movement, 41.3-10
Boston Post, 17.15, 35.20, 59.13, 62.11, 63.20, 64.6
Boston Principals' Association, 28.7, 28.15, 29.1
Boston Public Library, 47.5, 47.7
Boston Railroad Holding Co., 45.5, 45.6, 45.7, 45.8, 45.9, 45.10, 45.11, 45.12, 45.13, 45.14, 45.15
Boston Real Estate Exchange, 6.9, 6.14, 7.2, 12.5, 17.10, 22.10, 22.11, 22.12, 34.19, 39.10, 49.2, 49.12, 49.13
Boston School Committee, 11.14, 28.15, 35.23, 35.24, 40.20, 40.21, 40.22, 40.23
Boston Schoolmen's Economic Association, 11.14
Boston Social Union, 10.13, 17.10
Boston Society of Architects, 3.3, 6.9, 6.14, 7.1, 36.21
Boston Society of Natural History, 27.9
Boston State Hospital, 5.8, 5.11
Boston Students' Union, 6.14, 6.15
Boston Taxpayers' Alliance, 60.6
Boston Teachers' Club, 28.16, 35.23, 48.8
Boston Teachers' Newsletter, 28.9, 28.10
Boston Teachers' Retirement Fund Association, 28.9
Boston Evening Transcript, 2.4, 2.17, 2.22, 7.24, 8.2, 8.13, 8.15, 9.17, 9.20, 22.7, 22.13, 35.10, 46.15, 56.5, 57.4, 60.2, 63.14
Boston Traveler, 11.14
Boston Women's Trade Union League, 8.9, 21.5, 79.1
Bottomly, Robert J., 59.7, 62.13a
Bourne, Frank A., 6.5, 6.6, 6.14, 7.1, 7.22, 9.5, 18.5, 36.21
Bowditch, Vincent Y., 1.20, 3.3, 7.20, 18.2, 18.5, 18.7, 18.8, 31.3
Bowen, Benjamin J., 41.19, 41.25, 42.5, 42.6, 42.7, 42.8, 42.14, 43.19, 43.23, 44.20
Bowker, Philip G., 44.11, 44.12, 45.8
Boyden, Roland W., 22.7, 79.8
Boylston Street Associates, 58.5
Boylston Street Association, 2.10, 6.14
Brackett, Jeffrey R., 12.19, 21.6, 21.7, 21.13, 30.12, 61.2
Bradford, Robert F., 40.10, 41.7, 42.22, 43.5, 44.2, 44.3, 44.5, 46.13, 48.7
Bradley, Eleanor Cabot (Mrs. Ralph), 33.1
Bradley, Leverett, 12.19
Bradley, Richards M., 6.9, 22.7, 22.8, 22.11, 35.15
Bramhall, Robert I., 3.5, 3.6, 3.7
Brehaut, Ellerton J., 5.11, 5.17, 11.4, 11.12, 12.6, 20.1, 22.7, 23.4, 23.20, 24.7, 25.4, 26.19, 27.2, 27.18, 28.16, 35.14, 35.18, 35.19, 36.5, 37.13, 39.9, 39.10, 42.14, 43.6, 47.7, 48.5, 48.6, 48.7, 48.8, 49.1, 49.9, 49.12, 53.3, 55.3, 55.4, 56.5, 58.3, 61.5, 78.8
Brewer, D. Chauncey, 2.3, 7.15, 24.4
Brewster, Ralph O., 79.1
Bridge Tenders' Union, 31.19, 42.9, 60.1, 60.2
Bridgewater State Farm, 42.1
Briggs, L. Vernon, 2.7, 5.13, 24.3, 26.18, 26.19, 36.23, 60.2
Brooks, Frank A., 24.5, 66.2, 66.4, 66.5
Brooks, Lawrence G., 12.16
Brown, Albert O., 79.3, 79.10
Brown, Dorothy Kirchwey (Mrs. La Rue), 8.15, 8.16, 33.2
Brown, E. Gerry, 28.16
Brown, Frank Chouteau, 34.16
Brown, Merton R., 5.1, 5.3, 20.9
Brydon, John C., 78.9, 79.1, 79.3, 79.8, 79.10, 80.6
Buckley, Thomas H., 41.25, 42.6, 42.8, 42.9, 42.11, 42.12a
Buckley, Thomas J., 44.12, 59.21
Bulfinch, Francis V., 36.21
Bulkley, Robert J., 24.24
Bullard, F. Lauriston, 11.1 , 78.9
Bundy, Harvey H., 21.4, 46.13
Bureau of Mines (United States), 78.9
Burke, James A., 42.9
Burnstead, Eben W., 2.22, 23.9, 29.29, 51.7, 52.4, 54.3, 55.1, 55.2, 55.4, 56.5, 56.7, 62.11
Burr, Herbert W., 62.22
Burton, Theodore E., 32.24
Bushnell, Robert T., 28.14, 28.15, 44.16, 44.17, 44.18, 44.19, 64.6, 66.6
Butler, William M., 35.12, 36.16, 63.3, 63.23, 64.9, 65.5
Buxton, Frank W., 5.4, 5.14, 39.9, 39.10, 47.7, 60.2, 63.14, 63.19, 63.22, 63.23, 64.6, 78.9
Byrd, Harry Flood, 31.5
Byrd, Richard E., 26.19
Byrns, Joseph W., 5.17, 6.4
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Cabot, F. Elliot, 20.8, 34.10
Cabot, Frederick P., 3.6, 78.9
Cabot, Godfrey Lowell, 3.13, 7.10, 10.14, 12.22, 23.5, 61.5, 66.5, 66.6
Cabot, Henry B., 46.26
Cabot, Hugh, 42.14
Cabot, Paul C., 22.18, 36.14, 39.9
Cabot, Philip, 31.3, 33.16, 53.3, 55.3, 55.4, 56.5, 57.5
Cabot, Walter M., 66.4
Cahill, Horace T., 17.12, 44.21
Callahan, William F., 67.4, 67.11, 68.2, 71.3, 71.9, 71.10, 72.8, 75.8, 76.1, 76.5, 76.10, 76.11, 77.5
Cambridge City Council, 7.10
Cambridge Committee for Plan E, 30.9
Cambridge Electric Light Company, 13.3
Cambridge Industries for Men, 3.6, 3.8, 3.9
Canadian Club of Boston, 62.11
Canadian National Railways, 58.1
Cape Cod Canal, 7.12
Carberry, Clifton D., 15.13, 39.9, 59.2
Carleton, Philip G., 11.7, 51.2, 59.7, 59.8
Carpenter, Dunbar F., 20.19
Carr, Charles L., 11.8, 22.11, 37.7, 48.4, 49.5, 49.12, 57.1, 61.1
Carroll, James E., 21.3
Carven, Rupert S., 5.16, 22.9, 48.11, 49.5, 49.7
Casassa, Andrew A., 55.1, 55.4
Catchings, Waddill, 21.8, 79.3
Catherton, Allison G., 6.8, 7.1, 10.3, 32.4
Catholic Charitable Bureau, 24.23
Caverly, Harold, 29.28, 32.23, 32.24, 61.1, 62.11
Central Equipment Company, 68.1
Central Labor Union of Boston and Vicinity, 42.8
Chadbourne, William M., 6.4
Chafee, Zechariah, Jr., 3.13, 7.13, 40.11, 40.14
Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 5.1, 12.22, 21.5, 29.4, 30.16, 30.19, 30.20, 33.2, 35.14, 35.15, 35.19, 79.1
Chamberlain, Allen, 12.19, 29.23, 36.6, 62.11
Chamberlain, George D., 7.8, 9.4, 10.3, 18.1, 28.16, 29.22
Channing, Lawrence Minot, 42.22
Chapin, Arthur B., 13.4, 26.6, 63.3
Charles River Association, 7.18
Charles River Basin Improvement Associates, 7.20
Chase, Perlie Dyar, 46.8
Child Labor Amendment (1924), 7.24-8.2, 8.5, 8.6, 8.8-22
Children's Bureau, United States, 8.13, 11.13
Chindblom, Carl R., 32.24
Choate, Charles F., Jr., 9.13, 50.1
Christian Science Monitor, 8.13, 8.16, 49.9
Christianson, Theodore, 8.20
Church Home Society, 18.16, 24.26
Citizens Committee on Playgrounds and Recreation, 40.22
Citizens Committee to Protect Our Homes and Children, 7.24, 8.1, 8.13, 8.17, 8.19
Civic League of Wards 4 and 5 (Boston), 66.8
Civic Welfare Alliance, 29.29, 30.3
Civil Aeronautics Board, 40.1, 40.2, 40.4
Civil Liberties Committee of Massachusetts, 36.4
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, 40.13, 46.13
Civil Service and Registration, Department of (Mass.), 1.2, 8.25, 23.17, 31.17, 41.25, 42.6, 43.19
Civil Service Commission, United States, 21.7, 29.3
Clan-na-gael of Greater Boston, 44.15
Clark, B. Preston, 21.6, 21.13, 24.24, 24.27
Clark, Grenville, 8.16, 8.18, 8.23, 8.24, 26.18, 26.19, 27.1, 27.2, 27.3, 27.4, 27.5, 35.10, 66.3, 66.4
Claus, Henry T., 5.4, 39.9, 60.2, 64.9
Clemons, Maynard E. S., 3.13, 64.9
Cleveland Railway Company, 53.1
Coakley, Daniel H., 9.11, 66.2, 71.3, 74.1
Coal Age, 79.8
Coal Commission, United States, 78.9, 79.3, 79.11, 80.12
Coal Investigating Committee (Mass.), 79.4-8
Coal Review, 79.8
Cocoanut Grove, The, 42.14
Codman, John, 46.5
Codman, John S., 46.15
Codman, Julian, 30.8
Codman, Katy Bowditch (Mrs. Ernest A.), 7.13, 46.13
Codman, Russell S., Jr., 42.9, 64.2
Codman, William Coombs, 2.13, 6.5, 7.1, 7.8, 7.9, 34.16, 57.1, 62.22
Coffin, Winthrop, 16.5, 39.2, 52.1, 52.5, 52.6, 53.3, 55.1, 55.4, 56.5, 56.7, 57.3, 57.4, 57.5, 58.3, 58.9, 59.2, 59.14
Cole, Charles H., 63.14, 63.16
Cole, John N., 25.1, 25.7, 30.13
Coleman Brothers Corporation, 68.4
College Men's Training Corps, 24.16
Comerford, Frank D., 16.8, 16.9
Comey, Arthur C., 22.9, 57.1
Commerce, Department of (United States), 78.10
Commerce & Industry Magazine, 27.2
Committee for Better Representation in Government, 66.12
Committee for the Continuation of Biennial Sessions, 40.15
Committee of Massachusetts Citizens Against Censorship, 24.27
Committee on Pensions at 60, 66.8
Committee on Rural Health and Medical Service, 18.19
Committee to Compile Information and Data for the Use of the Constitutional Convention, 9.17
Commons, John R., 21.4, 21.5, 21.7, 21.10, 21.17, 21.18
Commonwealth Service Association, 31.15, 31.18, 32.2
Communist Party of New England, 40.13
Compton, Karl T., 35.10
Conant, James B., 7.18, 40.13
Conant, Richard K., 5.1, 5.6, 9.7, 20.3, 31.14, 32.4
Conlon, William J., 29.2, 62.11
Conry, Joseph A., 4.3, 22.9, 22.11, 24.9, 57.1
Conservation, Department of (Mass.), 3.18, 3.19, 3.20, 5.3, 9.13, 12.14, 12.15, 12.18, 12.19, 12.20, 25.7, 32.22, 42.14
Constitutional Convention, Massachusetts (1917), 9.16-18
Consumers' League of Massachusetts, 21.5, 21.6, 21.11, 23.14, 29.29
Cook, Alonzo B., 61.2
Cook, Frederick W., 5.1, 5.3, 7.15, 7.16, 9.9, 9.10, 12.19, 17.10, 17.12, 62.11, 62.22, 63.5, 63.7, 66.11, 66.12
Cook, Sherwin L., 63.1
Cook, Waldo L., 2.17, 5.1, 5.4, 5.14, 35.20, 61.3, 65.1
Coolidge, Calvin, 31.5, 32.23, 62.7, 63.3, 78.9
Coolidge, Charles A., 7.8, 17.11
Coolidge, J. Randolph, Jr., 12.19
Coolidge, Julia S. (Mrs. Charles Allerton), 30.1
Coolidge, Louis A., 8.12, 8.15, 8.16, 8.18, 8.19, 8.20, 63.1
Coolidge, Marcus A., 27.1, 27.2
Coonley, Howard, 6.14, 18.5, 18.6, 21.6, 22.7, 48.2, 49.7, 78.9
Corbett, Joseph J., 24.4
Corporations and Taxation, Department of (Mass.), 5.3, 25.5, 26.4, 26.6, 26.7, 26.13, 29.4, 32.4, 32.12, 35.16, 35.19, 35.21, 42.5
Correction, Department of (Mass.), 5.3, 9.22, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.8, 30.1, 31.14, 41.22, 41.25
Cotting, Charles E., 62.22
Cotton, Joseph R., 3.11
Council of Jewish Women, Boston Section, 29.22
Council of State Governments, 41.19, 42.3
Council on Foreign Relations, 46.23
Council on Women and Children in Industry, 24.21
Cousens, John A., 79.1
Cowan, Fairman C., 41.7, 41.8, 41.9
Cox, Archibald, 60.6, 67.11
Cox, Channing H., 1.4, 1.10, 1.21, 2.20, 21.9, 26.5, 31.14, 32.19, 41.7, 46.13, 62.7, 62.11, 62.22, 78.5, 78.9, 79.3, 79.10
Cox, George Howland, 18.6, 18.7, 35.18
Cox, Guy W., 20.8, 20.22, 21.3, 21.9, 32.6
Cox, Louis S., 22.24
Coyne, Francis X., 55.1, 55.4, 56.7
Crandall Engineering Company, 71.5
Credit Union League of Massachusetts, 10.10
Crocker, Courtenay, 11.7, 35.20, 50.2
Crocker, George U., 20.18
Cross, Wilbur L., 5.17
Curley, James Michael, 5.17, 5.18, 6.6, 6.15, 7.8, 9.4, 18.2, 18.6, 18.16, 18.19, 22.9, 24.2, 25.18, 26.5, 26.6, 26.8, 26.11, 28.7, 30.3, 34.17, 39.9, 39.11, 41.4, 42.16, 42.20, 42.21, 42.22, 48.4, 48.8, 48.9, 48.12, 49.7, 49.9, 51.3, 51.4, 51.5, 52.1, 55.4, 61.1, 61.2, 62.23, 74.5, 77.4, 77.6
Curran, Henry H., 26.19, 27.1, 27.2, 27.3, 27.4
Current Affairs, 6.12, 11.4
Curtis, Charles P., Jr., 2.17, 7.8, 8.25, 9.16, 9.17, 17.10, 17.11, 24.7, 40.9
Curtis, Frances G., 35.23, 46.16
Curtis, Laurence, 5.17, 7.18, 32.7, 41.18, 42.3, 42.16, 43.30, 44.11, 60.2, 60.6, 61.3, 65.5, 66.4, 66.6
Curtis, Louis, Jr., 59.2, 61.3, 79.1
Cushing, Grafton D., 7.25, 8.15, 62.7
Cushing, Harvey, 26.18
Cutler, Leslie B., 41.13, 42.14, 44.15
Cutter, R. Ammi, 35.16
Cutting, R. Fulton, 48.7
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Dallas Power & Light Company, 52.5
Dallinger, Frederick W., 5.17, 7.20, 32.23, 35.15
Dana, Edward, 11.7, 44.12, 51.5, 52.1, 52.2, 53.3, 54.4, 55.1, 55.3, 55.4, 56.5, 58.3, 59.2, 59.6, 59.7, 59.20
Dana, Richard Henry, 8.25, 18.2
Danvers State Hospital, 5.8
Davenport, Charles M., 12.19, 28.14, 32.23, 35.16, 37.6, 38.1, 39.5, 39.9, 39.10, 62.7, 62.11, 63.3, 72.8
Davis, Elbridge G., 27.17
Davis, J. Bradford, 30.5, 35.5
Deane, Frederick, 61.4, 66.2
Deane, Julia Coolidge (Mrs. Frederick), 66.8
De Blois, George L., 6.5, 6.8, 7.3, 62.11
Deland, Frank S., 11.8, 29.26, 33.15, 38.8, 38.9, 38.11, 38.12, 57.2, 67.2
Delano, Raymond P., 57.1
Demeter, George, 7.3
Democratic State Committee, 66.2
Dempsey, John B., 8.18, 8.19
Denison House, 21.9
Dennett, Carl P., 7.21, 7.22, 26.19, 27.1, 27.2, 27.5, 60.2
Dennett, Tyler, 35.10
Dennison, Henry S., 1.16, 19.1, 19.9, 21.4, 21.5, 21.6, 21.8, 21.9, 21.11, 21.13, 23.9, 25.15, 38.4, 38.9, 39.1, 56.5, 57.4, 64.12
De Normandie, Alice (Mrs. Robert L.), 8.17, 8.18, 33.1
Derby, Ethel Roosevelt (Mrs. Richard), 8.19
Detroit Department of Street Railways, 54.1, 59.11
Dever, Paul A., 7.17, 37.15, 37.16, 39.9, 39.10, 39.11, 67.6, 71.3
Dewey, Judd, 32.7
Dewey, Thomas E., 42.9
Dewson, Mary W., 8.20, 24.21, 33.2
Dickie, Logan R., 46.8, 46.10
Dinwiddie, Courtenay, 8.20
Dodge, Robert G., 10.19, 23.4, 30.21, 32.24
Dolan, Arthur W., 5.1, 23.27, 29.3
Donaldson, Sylvia, 20.22
Donovan, James, 23.24, 62.7, 62.11, 62.22, 63.5, 63.7, 63.12
Dorchester Board of Trade, 30.13, 51.7, 52.1, 52.5
Dorman, William E., 9.10, 9.15, 38.4, 39.2
Doten, Carroll W., 78.9, 80.6
Douglas, Lewis, 27.1, 27.3, 27.5
Douglas, Paul H., 19.9
Douglass, John J., 35.15
Dowd, John F., 60.2, 61.3, 61.4
Dowling, John C. L., 11.4, 12.6, 49.12
Draper, Eben S., 1.7, 22.7, 29.19, 49.5, 49.9, 64.6, 72.8
Drinker, Henry S., Jr., 21.5, 24.25, 56.5, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1
Drury, Samuel S., 35.22
Durant, Inc., 7.3, 7.4
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East Boston Board of Trade, 11.4
East Boston Free Press, 11.2
East Boston Land Company, 11.8
Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway Company, 11.7
Eastern Racing Association, Inc., 45.1, 45.3, 45.4
Eastman, Joseph B., 16.6, 16.7, 16.8, 30.19, 30.20, 33.14, 52.2, 52.5, 56.5, 58.3, 58.9, 78.4, 78.9, 79.3, 79.8
Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy, 27.2
Edgecomb, Horace A., 16.3, 16.4, 16.5, 16.6, 16.9, 16.17
Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Boston, 13.8, 14.13, 14.17
Education, Dept of (Mass.), 3.6, 3.7, 5.3, 5.7, 11.10, 23.19, 27.10, 28.7, 28.15, 28.16, 32.14, 32.15
Edwards, Clarence R., 36.23, 80.6
Ehrmann, Herbert B., 35.10
Electrical World, 16.7
Eliot, Amory, 26.6
Eliot, Charles W., 8.16, 24.11
Eliot, Christopher R., 18.15, 18.16, 24.23, 24.26, 30.7
Eliot, Samuel, 44.13
Eliot, Samuel A., 18.6
Elliott, Martha Helen, 8.17, 8.18, 10.3, 24.23, 30.8, 33.1
Ellis, David A., 13.8, 16.4, 51.5, 51.7
Ely, Joseph B., 1.15, 5.14, 5.17, 5.18, 6.4, 36.16, 36.23, 39.10, 45.7, 48.5, 48.7, 59.8, 59.21, 61.4, 65.1, 74.5
Emergency Fleet Corporation, 53.3
Emerson, William, 18.5, 18.6, 46.25
Employers Association of Eastern Massachusetts, 8.16
Employment Security, Division of (Mass.), 42.8
Ernst, Roger, 8.17, 43.9
Evans, Elizabeth Glendower, 29.22, 33.1
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Fahey, John H., 5.4, 14.16, 14.18, 16.4, 16.6, 16.8, 16.9, 16.17, 32.20, 63.19, 64.6
Fall River Electric Light Company, 15.7
Fall River Globe, 19.1
Family Welfare Society, 17.10, 21.5, 21.6, 21.7, 21.9, 21.10, 30.12, 32.14
Farley, John Wells, 64.6, 66.4
Farmers' States' Rights League, 8.11
Fay, Frederick H., 6.8, 11.4, 34.17
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, 8.20
Federal Trade Commission, 78.9
Federated American Engineering Societies, 21.7
Federation of State, City and Town Employees, 23.16, 60.1
Fenno, H. Bradlee, 30.1
Fenno, Pauline Shaw, 7.20, 24.26
Fernald State School, 5.8
Fess, Simeon D., 32.24
Fessenden, Russell G., 26.7, 26.13
Field, Elias, 24.4
Filene, A. Lincoln, 10.13, 19.9
Finnegan, Joseph, 20.2
Finneran, Francis J., 2.6, 59.7
Fire Underwriters, National Board of, 48.12
First National Bank of Boston, 5.18, 35.19
Fish, Alfred L., 7.3
Fish, Erland F., 26.7, 55.3
Fiske, Gardiner H., 1.21
Fitzgerald, John F., 36.2, 51.2, 59.9
Fitzgerald, John I., 7.8, 11.1
Fitzgerald, William T. A., 34.23
Fitzpatrick, Frank G., 20.24, 21.3, 25.4
Flattery, M. Douglas, 18.16, 18.19, 24.27
Flynn, William S., 78.9, 79.3, 79.7, 79.10
Foley, Henry E., 39.9, 45.8, 60.6, 71.3
Foote, Alfred F., 5.1, 5.3, 6.10, 29.23, 31.19, 36.15
Forbes, J. Murray, 51.7, 59.20
Ford, Worthington C., 17.6, 17.11, 32.17
Forgrave, William M., 30.8
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 8.20
Foss, Eugene Noble, 6.14, 51.2
Foss, Frank H., 27.1, 35.15
Foster, A. Frank, 66.12
Foster, William T., 3.6, 19.1, 19.2, 19.6, 19.9, 19.10, 19.11, 19.12, 21.8, 21.10
Fox, Isidore H., 33.15, 63.12
Foxborough State Hospital, 5.8
Frankfurter, Felix, 14.13, 16.3, 21.6, 21.7, 21.13, 24.22, 27.20, 31.13, 32.7, 32.24, 78.9
Franklin, George S., 26.6, 26.7, 78.10
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 29.4, 29.5
French, Daniel Chester, 36.24, 36.25
Friedrich, Carl J., 46.26
Frost, Donald McKay, 27.2, 30.7, 62.11, 66.2
Frothingham, Channing, 18.10, 18.11, 18.12, 31.3
Frothingham, Clara Rotch (Mrs. Channing), 24.23
Frothingham, Francis E., 7.1, 11.1, 11.5, 13.4, 15.9, 16.2, 16.3
Frothingham, Mrs. Louis A., 26.19
Frothingham, Paul Revere, 24.26
Frothingham, Thomas G., 9.17, 21.3, 60.2
Fuel Administration, United States, 79.11
Fuller, Alvan T., 1.10, 1.12, 2.3a, 5.3, 5.7, 9.20, 10.11, 16.4, 16.15, 18.13, 20.2, 22.21, 23.3, 23.4, 23.14, 23.24, 27.20, 30.1, 30.5, 31.13, 31.16, 31.19, 32.2, 34.1, 35.12, 35.18, 35.19, 36.1, 36.24, 37.7, 39.5, 48.4, 53.3, 55.3, 55.6, 56.5, 57.4, 57.5, 58.9, 61.4, 62.22, 62.23, 63.1, 63.8, 64.6, 66.4, 79.1, 79.7, 80.5, 80.6
Fuller, George A. Company, 71.14
Fuller, Raymond G., 8.16, 8.18
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Gardiner, J. Pennington, 21.5, 62.11
Gardiner, Robert Hallowell, 26.19, 27.2
Gardiner, William Tudor, 2.1, 5.4, 5.9, 8.20, 31.20
Gardner State Colony, 5.8
Garfield, Harry A., 18.15
Garrett, Oliver B., 13.1
Gebhart, John C., 27.1, 27.3, 27.6, 27.7
General Council of Social Agencies, 21.7
Geological Survey, United States, 78.4, 78.10
Gibbons, Charles, 46.8
Gibbs, John M., 2.11, 22.21, 23.11, 32.9
Gilbert, Arthur W., 3.4, 10.13, 23.23, 24.13, 38.4, 78.3
Gillett, Frederick H., 16.9, 35.15, 63.1
Gilman, George A., 7.1, 57.2
Glasgow, William A., Jr., 78.9, 79.3, 79.11
Glasgow Corporation Tramways, 53.3, 54.2
Gloucester Times, 9.20
Glynn, Theodore A., 34.10
Goethals, George W., 79.3
Good Government Association (Boston), 2.7, 48.2, 61.1, 61.3, 61.4
Goodale, Francis G., 35.10
Goodwin, Angier L., 9.2, 24.8, 34.23
Goodwin, Elliot H., 5.5, 8.25
Goodwin, Frank A., 20.19, 29.3, 31.15, 31.16, 31.19, 32.2, 48.5, 57.3, 59.9
Goodwin, Robert E., 24.23, 26.18, 34.1, 42.9, 69.6
Goulston, Ernest J., 63.7
Governor Square Association, 6.14
Grady, Alice H., 10.3, 20.22, 21.9, 32.4, 32.6
Grant, Robert, 22.23
Graustein, Archibald R., 16.8, 16.9, 29.25
Gray, Francis C., 66.4
Gray, Mrs. Francis C., 2.18, 30.1
Gray, Ralph W., 7.3, 22.9, 66.8
Gray, Roland, 6.8, 62.11
Greater Boston Development Committee, 41.12, 43.6, 43.27
Green, William, 29.29
Greene, William S., 32.23
Greener, George C., 8.17, 10.13, 19.9, 19.18, 63.8
Greenslet, Ferris, 10.13
Grievances, Special Commission on (Mass.), 41.19, 41.20, 41.21, 41.22, 41.23, 41.24, 41.25, 42.1, 42.2, 43.18
Griffenhagen & Associates, 42.6, 42.7, 42.8, 42.12a
Grinnell, Frank W., 2.4, 7.16, 7.24, 9.8, 9.15, 9.18, 10.13, 12.10, 17.11, 20.6, 22.21, 22.22, 23.1, 23.3, 23.4, 23.26, 23.27, 27.20, 29.2, 29.3, 32.23, 32.24, 33.19, 34.22, 34.23, 35.12, 36.20, 36.23, 36.26, 42.21, 43.26, 44.21
Guild, Courtenay, 62.11, 62.22
Guild, Mrs. Curtis, 34.9
Guild, Horace, 2.10, 6.14, 20.7
Gutterson, Mildred D., 23.14, 29.4, 36.4
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Haigis, John W., 8.17, 41.23, 64.11, 66.2, 66.4, 66.7, 78.7, 78.9, 80.4, 80.5, 80.8
Hale, C. Wesley, 8.20, 18.1, 19.2, 20.19
Hale, Richard K., 7.12, 10.20, 30.13, 40.7, 42.12a, 71.12
Hale, Richard W., 17.10, 17.12, 20.7, 29.29, 33.2, 34.23
Haley, Cornelius F., 37.13, 42.13, 46.5
Hall, Damon E., 64.9
Hall, John L., 41.13, 45.8, 45.14, 45.15
Hall, Walter Perley, 22.21
Halliwell, John, 48.4, 50.2, 64.13
Hallowell, John W., 21.7, 24.26, 49.7
Hallowell, Mrs. N. P., 32.14
Hamburger, Leo S., 51.5
Hammond, John Hays, 78.4, 78.9, 79.1, 79.7, 79.10, 80.6, 80.12
Hancock Construction Company, 71.16
Hannon, Thomas J., 60.6
Harding, Francis A., 44.2
Hardy, Leonard F., 5.1, 7.6, 10.1, 35.6
Hardy, Walter A., 4.5, 21.8, 21.9
Harriman, Henry I., 4.2, 4.3, 5.11, 5.13, 6.9, 7.20, 7.22, 11.1, 11.7, 13.7, 18.4, 22.7, 22.8, 22.9, 22.11, 24.6, 24.7, 24.8, 24.11, 24.12, 25.4, 27.17, 30.13, 30.14, 52.5, 54.3, 54.4, 55.4, 56.5, 56.7, 57.1, 57.2, 57.3, 57.4, 57.5, 58.3, 58.8, 58.9, 59.5, 59.7
Hartman, Edward T., 6.10, 7.1, 7.3, 18.15, 62.11
Harvard Alumni Bulletin, 31.5
Harvard Club, 24.16
Harvard Liberal Club, 12.24
Harvard University, 8.18, 8.19
Hawes, John B. 2d, 1.7, 9.17, 23.14, 31.3, 34.11, 36.8, 62.11
Hays, Martin, 2.17, 7.22, 17.10, 17.11, 34.5, 34.6, 53.3, 64.12
Health Education Committee, 18.15
Heffernan, John J., 61.2
Hemenway, Augustus, Jr., 12.21
Henderson, James D. & Son, 71.17
Herlihy, Elisabeth M., 6.8, 6.11, 7.1, 7.3, 7.4, 49.1
Herrick, Margaret Perkins, 9.10, 23.19
Herter, Christian A., 2.22, 5.14, 26.19, 30.9, 31.5, 32.7, 35.16, 36.4, 41.18, 44.3, 44.5, 61.4, 63.14, 64.13, 66.4, 66.7, 66.8, 72.4
Hickenlooper, Smith, 24.24
Hickey, William P., 61.4
Higginson, Corina, 12.19, 24.26, 32.9, 62.11, 79.1
Higginson, Francis L., Jr., 12.6
Hill, Arthur D., 6.8, 13.4, 14.18, 15.4, 17.12, 26.19, 56.5, 56.7, 60.2
Hines, Frank T., 34.1, 36.16, 46.16, 46.19
Hitchcock, William Harold, 26.5, 26.6, 26.8, 26.12
Hoar, Samuel, 26.5, 26.6, 37.9
Hobbs, Clarence W., 20.15, 28.15
Holcombe, Arthur N., 24.21, 32.24
Holland Tunnel (New York), 11.6
Hollis, Arthur W., 9.4, 17.17, 37.13, 37.14, 57.2
Holmes, Newland H., 11.4, 20.19, 24.8
Holmes, Pehr G., 27.1, 37.9
Holmes, Sybil, 74.5
Holt, Robert H., 46.13, 56.7
Holyoke (Mass.) Municipal Electric Plant, 15.3
Homans, Abigail Adams, 60.2, 60.6, 66.6
Homans, Marian, 8.17, 8.18, 12.21, 32.14
Homans, Robert, 6.5, 6.8, 6.10, 6.14, 7.1, 7.20, 12.8, 17.12, 20.11, 61.3, 62.7
Homans, William P., 66.6
Home Rule League of Massachusetts, 10.3
Hooper, Roger F., 62.22
Hoover, Herbert, 19.5, 21.8, 22.3, 22.4, 27.1, 52.2, 63.14, 64.2, 64.6, 78.10
Hopkins, Harry, 77.6
Hopkins, Robert H., 40.20, 43.14
Hormel, Herman, 9.17, 66.2
Hornblower, Henry, 3.3, 60.2
Hornblower, Ralph, 12.14
Housekeepers' League, 27.11
Hovey, Roy A., 2.15, 5.1, 5.3, 5.12, 5.13
Howard, Charles P., 1.12, 1.13, 1.15, 1.20, 2.15, 5.2, 5.3, 5.10, 10.9, 11.7, 14.15, 16.15, 17.6, 19.2, 21.10, 30.2, 31.17, 31.19, 32.2, 32.3, 32.5, 34.3, 35.8, 39.5, 39.6, 41.23, 57.4, 66.5, 67.2, 67.6, 67.10, 67.11, 68.3, 68.5, 71.2, 71.3, 71.5, 71.12, 71.13, 72.6, 72.7, 72.8, 73.3, 74.1, 75.2, 76.1, 76.7, 76.11, 77.1, 77.6
Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe, 46.25
Howie, Wendell D., 28.14, 28.15, 28.16, 52.2, 52.5, 53.3, 55.4, 78.4, 78.6, 78.9, 78.10, 79.7, 80.1, 80.6, 80.8, 80.12
Huber, Henry A., 21.4, 21.17, 21.18
Hudson, Manley O., 8.1, 8.18
Hull, John C., 1.3, 3.11, 7.15, 7.22, 7.23, 9.5, 17.6, 17.11, 23.3, 23.11, 25.15, 34.1, 34.5, 34.9, 35.8, 53.3, 56.5, 62.11, 63.7
Hultman, Eugene C., 16.19, 24.5, 24.12, 27.11, 33.16, 37.13, 38.1, 39.10, 39.11, 72.7, 78.3, 78.4, 78.5, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1, 79.7, 79.10, 80.1, 80.2, 80.3, 80.4, 80.6, 80.8, 80.10
Hunnewell, James M., 6.5, 18.2, 24.23, 32.2, 62.8, 62.11, 62.16, 62.18, 62.22
Hunt, Edward Eyre, 21.8, 21.10, 78.9, 79.3, 79.11, 80.12
Hunt, Jarvis, 32.7, 45.14
Hunting & Fishing Magazine, 12.14
Hurlbut, Henry F., Jr., 16.2, 16.3, 62.11
Hurley, Charles F., 30.9, 37.13
Hurley, Donald J., 40.4, 40.8, 60.6
Hurley, John L., 71.2, 71.3, 72.6, 72.7, 72.8, 73.2
Hurley, Joseph L., 24.2, 66.2
Hutchinson, Anne, Statue Fund, 19.21
Hynes, John B., 42.22, 66.12
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Iannella, Christopher, 66.7
Ihlder, John, 19.20
Improvement Association for Blind People, 3.6
Inches, Henderson, 46.8
Independent, 79.1
Independent Taxi Operators Association, 20.2
Independent Voters League, 66.5
Industrial Accident Board (Mass.), 20.4, 21.13, 31.19
Innes, Charles H., 13.7, 61.2, 61.4, 62.13a, 63.3, 63.7
Innes, Charles J., 41.7, 66.8
Insull, Samuel, 16.9
Insurance Federation of Massachusetts, 20.12
Interior, Department of the (United States), 78.3, 78.4
Intermediate Highway Commission (Boston), 22.11
International Association of Machinists, 44.5
International Union of Steam & Operating Engineers, 57.5, 62.11
Interstate Commerce Commission, 30.19, 78.4, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1, 79.10, 80.8, 80.10, 80.12
Interstate Cooperation Commission (Mass.), 42.3
Investment Bankers Association of America, 25.18, 26.15
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Jackson, Charles, 1.20, 9.17, 10.13, 25.1, 59.2, 66.8
Jackson, Charles C., 9.10, 9.17, 36.16, 63.7
Jackson, James, 5.17, 5.18, 9.13, 10.19, 22.18, 29.1, 29.2, 62.11, 62.22, 62.23
Jackson, James F., 1.1, 7.8, 11.7, 51.5, 51.7, 52.1, 52.2, 52.5, 54.3, 55.3, 55.4
James, Ellerton, 2.20, 22.7, 51.7
Jewell, Pliny, 26.6, 26.8, 26.12
Jewett, Victor F., 34.5
Johnson, Arthur A. Corporation, 44.22
Johnson, Ernest A., 42.9, 57.2, 59.8
Johnson, Ethel M., 5.1, 5.7, 11.13, 17.6, 24.22, 32.2, 64.6
Johnston, Robert Matteson, 24.16
Jones, Arthur W., 2.3a, 5.10, 5.14, 12.14, 35.15, 71.3
Jones, Eliot N., 7.1
Jordan, Michael H., 23.13, 37.9
Joy, Benjamin, 9.17, 24.16
Joyce, Thomas F., 43.10
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Kaplan, H. Eliot, 8.25, 41.18, 41.23
Keliher, John A., 23.5
Kelleher Corporation, 72.9
Keller, Carl T., 12.19, 27.3, 29.22, 29.23
Kelley, Augustus H., 28.16, 29.1
Kelley, Edward J., 37.9, 38.1, 39.11, 42.8, 44.5, 44.22
Kelley, Eugene R., 1.1, 18.10, 18.14, 23.29, 36.8, 39.13
Kelley, Florence, 8.20, 24.21
Kelley, Kenneth J., 44.1, 44.2, 44.5
Kellogg, Arthur P., 21.6
Kellogg, Paul U., 19.9, 79.8
Kendall, Henry P., 6.14, 7.8, 7.20, 18.19, 19.9, 34.16
Kendall, Waldo S., 36.16, 64.13
Keniston, Davis B., 4.2, 4.3, 5.6, 6.14, 9.4, 9.6, 9.7, 12.16, 17.10, 18.8, 23.16, 24.7, 24.8, 24.9, 37.7, 37.8, 38.4, 38.5, 38.8, 38.9, 38.11, 38.12, 39.5, 39.7
Kenny, Thomas J., 6.9
Kerrigan, John E., 40.7, 40.18, 40.21, 42.5, 46.15, 61.5
Ketchum, Phillips, 66.7
Keville, William J., 5.13, 17.10, 34.1
Keyes, Henry W., 32.24, 78.9
Kidder, Clarence P., 5.13, 9.4, 10.14, 14.18, 19.2, 22.21, 34.13, 63.1
Kiley, John C., 24.5, 35.14, 42.9, 42.13, 42.14, 43.14, 44.15, 55.2, 60.2, 60.6, 66.8
King, Clyde L., 78.2, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1
King, James E., 2.4, 9.17, 16.3, 22.7, 52.3, 52.5, 56.5
King, Rudolph F., 41.14, 42.12a
Kline, George M., 5.1, 5.4, 5.6, 9.4, 18.10, 24.2, 31.20, 34.11
Kluttz, Whitehead, 8.19, 8.20, 29.19
Knights of Columbus, 62.21
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Labor and Industries, Department of (Mass.), 5.7, 11.13, 19.1, 19.2, 19.3, 19.4, 19.10, 19.11, 19.12, 19.13, 19.14, 20.5, 21.6, 23.13, 23.14, 24.21, 24.22, 32.2, 41.21, 42.4, 72.8
Labor Bureau, Inc., 21.10
La Follette, Robert M., 62.23
La Follette-Wheeler Campaign Committee, 63.1
Lakeville Hospital, 36.8, 42.1
Lamb, Annie Lawrence, 6.8
Lamson, Fred I., 40.23
Landis, James M., 19.1, 19.11, 26.18, 35.10
Landon, Alfred M., 66.3
Lane, Benjamin C., 7.20, 61.1
Lane, Richard J., 11.14, 23.24
Lane, Thomas J., 54.3, 57.2
Langtry, Albert P., 9.16, 9.17, 19.16, 28.15, 36.20, 62.7, 62.11
Laundry Workers' International Union, 42.5
Law Enforcement League, 30.8
Lawrence, Bishop William, 8.16, 9.13, 18.16, 26.18, 30.1, 34.11
Lawrence, Telegram-Sun, 27.17
Lawyers' Preparedness Committee, 24.16
Lee, John C., 78.9, 79.7, 79.8, 80.6
Lee, Joseph, 7.22, 8.1, 8.13, 8.16, 8.17, 8.19, 8.20, 8.22, 9.10, 10.3, 10.6, 18.15, 18.16, 29.19, 29.22, 29.29, 30.1, 31.5, 32.14, 36.2
Lee, Joseph, Jr., 35.23, 40.16, 40.20, 60.6, 61.5
Lee, Roger I., 18.13, 20.1, 31.14
Lefavour, Henry, 5.13, 71.10
Legislative Council, 32.24, 33.2, 33.5
Leveroni, Frank, 22.23, 22.24
Lewis, John L., 78.9, 79.3, 79.5, 80.11
Liberal Civic League of Massachusetts, 30.9
Liggett, Louis K., 64.9
Lincoln, Alexander, 8.1, 8.13, 8.15, 8.16, 8.17, 8.18, 8.19, 8.20, 29.28, 32.24, 34.9, 51.5, 62.11, 66.2
Lippmann, Walter, 31.5
Little, Arthur D., 78.8, 79.1
Lloyd, Demarest, 12.24, 22.19
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 23.11, 32.23, 32.24, 34.1, 50.2, 62.13a, 62.22
Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 35.10, 35.11, 39.9, 66.3, 66.4
Loeffler, Herman C., 37.13, 37.14, 39.9, 41.3, 42.21, 47.7, 48.5
Logan, Edward L., 36.24
Logan Airport, 40.1, 40.2, 40.4-8
Lomasney, Martin M., 7.20, 50.2, 57.1, 58.9, 59.2
Long, Henry F., 5.1, 5.3, 5.11, 7.6, 11.8, 12.20, 15.4, 22.18, 25.5, 26.4, 26.5, 26.6, 26.7, 26.8, 26.13, 26.15, 29.4, 32.4, 32.12, 35.12, 35.16, 35.18, 35.19, 42.5, 42.8, 46.2, 50.2, 59.8
Long Island Hospital (Boston), 47.5
Lord, Herbert M., 31.19, 63.14
Lord's Day League of New England, 3.18
Loring, Augustus P., Jr., 2.13, 16.3, 16.5, 17.12, 33.19, 40.13, 45.8, 46.13
Loring, Charles G., 9.17, 36.23
Loring, Homer, 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 1.10, 1.11, 1.16, 3.7, 3.17, 5.14, 22.8, 30.13, 34.1, 34.8, 34.10, 34.11, 53.3, 55.4
Lourie, Moses S., 22.21
Lovett, Robert Morss, 31.13
Lowell, A. Lawrence, 32.16, 35.10, 35.11
Lowell, Ralph, 9.17
Lowell Courier-Citizen, 2.17, 8.17, 80.6
Lowell-Whipple Company, 67.6
Loyal Coalition, 22.19
Luce, Robert, 5.17, 9.20, 27.1, 29.3, 32.23, 32.24, 35.15, 79.8
Lufkin, Wilfred W., 62.3
Luscomb, Florence H., 23.14, 24.24, 61.1
Lyman, Arthur T., 41.22, 41.25
Lyman, Frank E., 4.5, 5.1, 5.3, 11.11, 18.16, 24.23, 25.1, 25.2, 27.11, 28.16, 31.14, 36.16, 71.10
Lynn Gas & Electric Company, 16.13
Lyons, Louis, 40.20
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McCaffrey, George H., 17.6, 48.2, 48.3, 61.1
McCarthy, Michael J., 43.29, 44.13, 46.8
McChord, Charles C., 78.9, 78.10, 80.8
McCormack, John W., 10.20, 22.22, 27.1, 27.3, 31.5, 31.14, 32.7, 35.13, 61.5, 62.22
McDevitt, Daniel J., 40.20, 40.21
MacDonald, Herman A., 1.4, 2.3a, 9.20, 16.15, 23.4, 30.5, 31.13, 31.19, 32.2, 35.19, 41.12, 41.25, 42.12a, 43.3, 56.5, 63.8, 76.10, 79.1
MacDonald, Norman, 39.9, 39.10, 39.11, 41.22, 46.19, 67.6, 71.3, 72.7
McDonough, John, 77.6
Machen, Arthur W., Jr., 24.24, 24.25
McIntyre, Marvin H., 27.1
McKibben, James A., 3.11, 12.22, 22.7, 28.16, 33.2, 35.23, 39.13, 48.2, 78.9, 78.10
McLane, Walter M., 7.8, 7.11, 9.4, 9.13, 11.1, 18.2, 22.8, 26.9, 26.11, 26.12, 34.23, 36.23
McLean, Angus Wilton, 8.20
McLean Hospital, 35.18
MacLeod, Frederick J., 34.15
McMorrow, William M., 11.8
McNary, William S., 57.1
MacNider, Hanford, 27.21
Maginnis, Charles D., 6.5, 7.1, 18.6, 18.8, 36.21
Mahar, Ralph C., 42.13, 42.14, 44.10
Mahoney, John J., 35.10
Mahony, Mary C. (Mrs. Thomas H.), 40.20, 40.23
Mahony, Thomas H., 30.9, 46.26, 66.7
Mallinckrodt, Edward, 35.16
Mann, Alexander, 24.23, 24.26
Mansfield, Frederick W., 27.1, 37.13, 37.15, 39.9, 39.10, 47.7, 48.8, 60.2, 61.3, 61.4
Manufacturers' Record, 8.20
Marshall, Andrew, 28.15, 31.1, 55.3, 57.3
Martin, Joseph W., Jr., 27.1, 63.3
Marvin, Langdon P., 76.6
Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission, 40.4
Massachusetts Agricultural College, 5.1, 5.3, 11.10, 23.25
Massachusetts Anti-Saloon League, 30.8
Massachusetts Art Commission, 34.8
Massachusetts Association for Promoting the Interests of the Adult Blind, 3.8
Massachusetts Association of Alcoholic Beverage Importers and Wholesalers, 46.11
Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents, 20.28
Massachusetts Automobile Dealer and Garage Association, 25.1, 25.4, 25.12, 29.1
Massachusetts Bankers Association, 25.18
Massachusetts Bar Association, 2.4, 23.1, 23.26, 23.27, 30.21, 43.26
Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary, Inc., 36.2
Massachusetts Central Health Council, 42.9
Massachusetts Board of Free Library Commissioners, 28.15
Massachusetts Charitable Eye & Ear Infirmary, 7.7, 12.8
Massachusetts Child Labor Committee, 7.25, 8.15, 8.18
Massachusetts Civic Alliance, 2.22, 23.29, 29.29, 56.5, 62.11
Massachusetts Civic League, 6.6, 8.25, 9.1, 9.10, 10.3, 18.15, 20.6, 23.6, 29.29, 30.1, 30.3, 36.16, 46.12, 62.23, 67.3
Massachusetts Civil Service Reform Association, 29.22, 36.16, 36.17
Massachusetts Committee for Medical Research, 46.22
Massachusetts Committee for Old Age Security, 29.4
Massachusetts Committee for Port Development, 41.12
Massachusetts Committee for World Federation, 46.23, 46.26
Massachusetts Committee on the Ratification of the Child Labor Amendment, 8.11, 8.20
Massachusetts Consumers' League, 11.13
Massachusetts Co-op Bank League, 2.16
Massachusetts Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, 7.13
Massachusetts Council of Women, 62.22
Massachusetts Credit Union League, 10.10, 22.18
Massachusetts Daughters of the American Revolution, 18.20
Massachusetts Emergency Fuel Committee, 78.5
Massachusetts Fair Employment Practice Commission, 40.9
Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation, 3.18
Massachusetts Federation of Churches, 7.15
Massachusetts Federation of Patriotic Societies & Good Government Clubs, 30.8, 61.3, 64.6
Massachusetts Federation of Taxpayers Associations, 3.1, 5.18, 39.10, 41.3, 42.11, 43.6, 46.19, 76.2
Massachusetts Forestry Association, 12.18, 12.19, 12.20, 36.6
Massachusetts Fuel Administration, 80.6
Massachusetts General Hospital, 7.7, 7.8
Massachusetts Historical Society, 17.6, 17.11
Massachusetts Hospital School, 10.12
Massachusetts Ice Dealers' Association, 25.5
Massachusetts Industrial Commission, 23.28
Massachusetts Industrial Protective Association, 24.21
Massachusetts Judicial Council, 23.3, 23.4
Massachusetts League of Women Voters, 8.20, 23.13, 23.21, 25.4, 25.13, 30.12, 33.2, 43.25, 62.11, 66.12
Massachusetts Liberal League, 42.21
Massachusetts Medical Society, 18.10, 18.12, 18.19
Massachusetts Medico-Legal Society, 44.10
Massachusetts Parent-Teacher Association, 24.26, 62.11
Massachusetts Police Association, 60.1
Massachusetts Poppy Committee, 27.1
Massachusetts Public Interests League, 8.1, 8.6, 8.11
Massachusetts Public Opinion League, 30.7
Massachusetts Racing Commission, 45.1, 45.4
Massachusetts Real Estate Exchange, 25.5
Massachusetts Society for Aiding Discharged Prisoners, 29.29, 30.3
Massachusetts Society for Freedom in Teaching, 35.22
Massachusetts Society for the Protection of the Insane and Mentally Infirm, 24.2
Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati, 17.12
Massachusetts Society for Mental Hygiene, 24.2
Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 24.2
Massachusetts State Chamber of Commerce, 44.3, 44.5, 80.6
Massachusetts State Employees Association, 42.4, 42.9, 43.23
Massachusetts State Engineers Association, 31.15, 31.21, 42.6, 43.22
Massachusetts State Federation of Labor, 29.3, 39.20, 40.15, 41.23, 44.1, 44.2, 63.12, 64.2
Massachusetts State Federation of Women's Clubs, 32.23, 36.17, 62.23
Massachusetts State Grange, 3.4, 10.13
Massachusetts State Planning Board, 76.5
Massachusetts Teachers Federation, 35.23
Massachusetts Transit Authority, 44.12
Massachusetts Tuberculosis League, 3.20, 36.8
Massachusetts Utilities Investment Trust, 14.17
Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association, 18.15, 24.23
Massachusetts Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 30.8
Massasoit Greyhound Racing Association, 45.1
Mather, Kirtley F., 40.13, 46.13
Matthews, Nathan, 9.17, 11.1, 15.6, 15.7, 16.3, 18.7, 22.8, 23.4, 34.22, 38.4, 38.7, 38.11, 38.12, 39.2, 49.9
Mayo, Charles H., 3.19
Mead, Edwin D., 36.23
Means, James H., 7.8, 31.3
Medfield State Hospital, 5.8, 42.1
Meins, Carroll L., 2.13, 25.5, 63.7, 66.5, 67.10
Mellon, Andrew, 12.12, 33.4, 35.12
Mental Diseases, Department of (Mass.), 2.20, 5.6, 5.13, 24.2, 24.3, 31.20
Mental Health, Department of (Mass.), 34.12, 41.18, 41.22, 42.5, 42.15, 43.18
Metropolitan District Commission (Mass.), 1.1, 2.19, 4.2, 4.3, 5.6, 5.8, 7.20, 9.6, 9.7, 9.13, 12.16, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4, 18.5, 18.6, 18.7, 18.8, 23.16, 23.17, 24.4-13, 25.17, 27.13, 27.17, 27.21, 29.3, 32.2, 38.4, 38.5, 39.13, 39.14, 42.4, 44.11, 76.6, 76.8, 80.6
Metropolitan District Water Supply Commission, 37.13, 39.1, 39.6, 39.9, 39.10, 39.13, 39.14
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 21.12, 36.12, 36.13
Metropolitan Planning, Division of (Mass.), 4.2, 4.3, 5.13, 11.2, 22.7, 22.8, 24.7, 24.11, 25.4, 27.17, 30.13, 30.14, 30.15, 30.20, 52.1, 52.5, 57.7, 58.9
Metropolitan State Hospital (Waltham, Mass.), 5.2, 5.8
Milano, Joseph A., 37.14, 40.7
Milbank, Jeremiah, 65.5
Miller, Nathan L., 32.23
Mills, Ogden L., 63.14
Minot, Henry W., 36.16, 61.4
Minot, James J., 31.3
Minot, James J., Jr., 30.7
Minot, William, 12.21, 18.6, 22.8, 35.20
Moderation League, Inc., 30.7
Mohawk Trail Reservation, 12.19
Monk, Wesley E., 20.18, 20.27, 35.18
Monson State Hospital, 5.8
Moon, Parker T., 21.4
Moore & Haller, Inc., 73.5
Moors, John F., 12.6
Morgan Memorial Co-operative Industries & Stores, 24.23
Moriarty, James T., 41.21, 41.23, 42.12a
Morison, Samuel Eliot, 35.22
Morris, Newbold, 35.14
Morse, John T., Jr., 5.14
Morss, Everett, 20.13, 78.9, 79.8, 80.1
Motion Pictures, State Committee on (Mass.), 24.23, 24.24, 24.25, 24.27
Motor Coach & Bus Association of Massachusetts, Inc., 30.13
Motor Truck Club of Massachusetts, 25.1
Motor Vehicle Conference Committee, 25.4, 25.5, 25.13, 25.14
Mulhern, Joseph J., 13.1, 64.13
Mullen, Luke D., 38.12, 55.1, 55.4, 56.7, 57.2
Munro, William Bennett, 23.21
Munro, Willis, 1.7, 1.8, 7.15, 52.5, 55.1, 55.4, 57.3
Murphy, Frank, 71.3, 74.8
Murphy, John R., 28.16, 61.1
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National Child Labor Committee, 7.24, 7.25, 8.1, 8.11, 8.20
National Civic Federation, 9.10, 18.11, 18.13, 30.12
National Civic Service Reform League, 8.25, 28.9, 35.14, 41.18, 41.23
National Coal Association, 78.9, 78.10, 79.1
National Coal Mining News, 78.9
National Committee for Independent Courts, 35.10, 35.11
National Committee for the Rejection of the Twentieth Amendment, 8.11
National Consumers' League, 24.21, 33.2
National Council of State Legislatures, 2.1, 35.15
National Economic League, 9.16, 9.17, 9.18
National Economy League, 26.18, 26.19, 27.1, 27.2, 27.3, 27.4, 27.5, 27.6, 27.7, 27.8, 36.16, 60.12
National Industrial Conference Board, 21.8, 21.13, 63.14
National Industries, 79.1
National Labor Relations Act (1935), 23.10
National League of Women Voters, 33.2
National Municipal League, 25.15, 25.16, 27.2, 29.3, 29.28
National Security League, 9.17
National Sportsman Magazine, 12.14
National Tax Association, 35.12
National Union Bank of Boston, 25.18
Necessaries of Life, Special Commission on (Mass.) , 16.19, 27.11, 27.12, 78.3, 78.10, 79.1, 80.1, 80.2, 80.3, 80.4
New Bedford Gas & Edison Light Co., 15.7
New England Coal Dealers Association, 78.9, 79.1
New England Council, 12.19, 43.27, 44.3
New England Gas & Electric Association, 14.17, 15.5
New England Governors Fuel Committee, 79.1, 79.10
New England Hotel Association, 36.1
New England Investment and Security Company, 27.14
New England Power Association, 14.17
New England Power Company, 9.13, 13.7
New England Public Service Co., 14.17
New England Road Builders Association, 29.23, 73.6
New England Telephone & Telegraph Company, 30.11, 36.1
New England Town Hall, 3.1, 12.12
New England Truck Owners Association, 25.5
New England Watch and Ward Society, 3.13, 3.14
New England Water Works Association, 37.6
New England Wholesale Coal Association, 78.10, 79.11
New Hampshire Public Service Commission, 14.17
New Orleans Public Service Company, 52.5, 55.5
New Republic, 8.15, 16.6, 19.1, 31.13, 32.7
New York Central Railroad, 4.2, 4.3
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., 27.14, 30.19, 45.8, 45.12, 45.13, 45.14, 45.15, 80.10
New York Times, 66.7
Newburyport News-Herald, 80.6
Nichols, Malcolm E., 2.10, 6.8, 7.4, 11.4, 11.8, 12.7, 24.16, 30.14, 34.23, 37.7, 38.7, 48.11, 49.5, 49.13, 50.2, 58.9, 61.2, 61.4, 62.13a
Nichols, Marian Clarke, 6.14, 29.22, 42.12a, 49.5, 62.8, 62.11
Nichols, Philip, 26.8, 26.9, 43.14, 51.2, 51.3
Nicholson, Donald W., 44.7
Noble, John, 17.10
Norfolk State Hospital, 27.16
North American Civic League for Immigrants, 2.3, 7.15
North Bennet Street Industrial School, 19.9
North Reading Sanatorium, 42.1
Northampton State Hospital, 1.13, 5.8
Norton, Charles L., 78.4, 78.6, 78.9, 78.10
Norton, Clement A., 40.20, 41.12, 42.14, 60.6
Norton Company, 19.11
Norwood, C. Augustus, 55.2, 62.7, 62.11
Nutter, George Read, 9.19, 17.11, 21.3, 22.23, 22.24, 23.3, 23.4, 23.6, 25.15, 28.16, 34.22, 34.23, 37.7
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Oakes, George F., 41.4, 41.6, 41.9
Oberholtzer, Ellis P., 24.25
O'Brien, Robert Lincoln, 8.17, 8.18, 13.4, 16.7, 36.21, 62.11, 63.7, 64.9, 78.9
O'Brien, Thomas C., 10.14
O'Connell, John F., 27.11, 78.8, 79.1
O'Connell, Joseph F., 26.18
O'Connell, William Cardinal, 8.17, 8.18
Ogden, Hugh W., 6.6, 28.7, 34.22, 53.3, 55.3
O'Hare, J. Frank, 55.4, 57.3
O'Neil, Joseph H., 7.8, 22.10
Oppenheim, Harold A. J., 64.12
Osborne, Frank W., 15.4, 16.9, 17.12, 25.15, 34.3, 49.12
Osgood, Robert B., 18.10, 18.11, 31.3, 36.12, 46.25
Ottinger, Albert, 22.18
Outlook, 79.8
Overseers of the Public Welfare (Boston), 47.6, 48.5
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Page, Arthur W., 79.8
Page, Walter Gilman, 17.6, 23.31, 34.8
Paine, Robert Treat, 7.20
Palfrey, John Gorham, 39.17, 50.2, 50.4
Palmer Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Other Chronic Diseases, 7.11
Pan American World Airways System, 40.4
Paradise, Viola, 8.15
Parents' League, 24.26
Parker, George A., 30.9, 66.12
Parker, Herbert, 36.2, 37.9, 38.9, 38.11, 38.12, 39.2
Parker, William Stanley, 3.3, 6.5, 6.14, 7.1, 7.3, 7.20, 7.22, 19.1, 19.2, 19.12, 22.7, 22.9, 57.1
Parkhurst, Lewis, 13.4, 29.29, 30.1, 30.2, 30.3
Parkman, Henry, 9.16, 9.17, 62.22
Parkman, Henry, Jr., 2.12, 2.13, 2.22, 5.4, 6.8, 6.11, 7.1, 7.18, 12.6, 20.2, 28.5, 34.19, 35.5, 36.4, 37.13, 39.20, 48.8, 48.11, 49.5, 49.9, 59.20, 60.2, 60.3, 61.2, 61.3, 61.4, 61.5, 64.9, 64.13, 65.5, 66.4, 66.5, 66.6, 66.7, 71.3
Parkman For Mayor Women's Committee, 61.3
Paul, Elliot H., 21.4
Payne, Frederick H., 64.13
Peabody, W. Rodman, 3.17, 13.4
PennRoad Corporation, 45.13
Pensions, Commission on (Mass.), 28.5. 29.2, 29.6, 29.16
Pepper, George Wharton, 29.25, 32.24
Perini, B. & Sons, 73.4, 74.4, 74.5
Perkins, Clifton T., 34.12, 41.18, 41.23, 41.24, 42.5, 42.8, 42.12a, 42.15, 43.17
Perry, Joseph Earl, 2.6, 34.5, 35.16, 41.23, 41.24, 43.15
Peters, Andrew J., 13.5, 19.16, 28.15, 35.23, 49.5, 49.12, 62.7
Phelan, James J., 78.5, 79.8
Phelps, Roswell F., 19.10, 19.11, 21.4, 21.9, 23.13
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, 53.3, 55.6
Pierce, Edward P., 29.17
Pierce, Roger, 35.12
Pierce, S. S. Company, 25.4
Pillsbury, Albert E., 15.6, 15.7, 33.16
Pinchot, Gifford, 78.9, 79.7, 79.8
Pinkham, Wenona Osborne, 8.25, 9.10, 10.3, 10.4, 18.15, 20.6, 24.23, 24.26, 29.19, 29.29, 32.23, 33.1, 62.8
Planning Board (Boston), 6.11, 6.13, 6.14, 6.15, 7.1, 34.17, 47.2, 49.1
Plymouth Electric Light Company, 16.5
Pollak Foundation for Economic Research, 19.1, 19.2, 19.5, 19.6
Pond, Bremer Whidden, 36.24, 72.5
Porter, George W., 45.1, 45.3, 46.8, 46.16
Post-War Rehabilitation Committee, 46.19
Pound, Roscoe, 2.4, 8.12, 8.18, 8.19
Powers, Samuel L., 53.3, 55.1, 55.4, 57.3
Prescott, Francis, 2.22, 28.15, 28.16, 63.8, 64.6
President's Conference on Unemployment (1922), 22.4
Prince, Morton, 9.17, 48.2
Pritchett, Henry S., 11.10, 29.1, 29.2
Probation, Commission on (Mass.), 30.6
Procter & Gamble, 21.10, 22.1
Proctor, Anne W., 8.17, 8.19
Proctor, Redfield, 78.9, 79.3, 79.8, 79.10
Progressive Action Committee of Massachusetts, 63.12
Public Franchise League, 14.18, 15.4, 15.13, 16.10, 59.20
Public Garden (Boston), 7.2
Public Health, Department of (Mass.), 2.18, 5.3, 7.11, 18.10, 18.11, 18.14, 23.29, 31.21, 32.4, 32.19, 32.22, 36.8, 36.15, 39.6, 39.13, 42.6
Public Ownership League of America, 51.5, 52.1, 53.3, 55.4, 59.2
Public Safety, Department of (Mass.), 5.3, 6.10, 31.19, 32.4, 36.15, 42.9, 44.20
Public Service, Committee on (Mass.), 42.5, 42.6, 42.7, 42.8, 42.9, 42.10, 42.11, 42.12, 42.12a, 43.20
Public Service Commission (Mass.), 34.15, 52.1
Public Service League, 62.23
Public Utilities, Department of (Mass.), 1.15, 1.20, 2.10, 3.11, 5.3, 5.10, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 11.7, 13.3, 13.4, 13.5, 13.6, 13.7, 13.8, 14.13, 15.1, 15.4, 15.5, 15.7, 15.12, 15.13, 15.14, 16.1, 16.2, 16.6, 16.9, 16.13, 16.17, 30.11, 30.19, 32.20, 33.14, 33.15, 40.4, 43.2, 51.5, 51.7, 55.4, 78.9
Public Utility Security Holders Association, 50.4
Public Welfare, Department of (Mass.), 5.4, 5.6, 7.4, 7.11, 17.11, 20.3, 31.14, 32.4, 41.24, 41.25, 42.8, 48.5
Public Works, Department of (Mass.), 7.12, 10.19, 20.14, 20.17, 25.1, 25.2, 25.3, 25.4, 25.5, 25.11, 25.12, 30.13, 30.14, 30.16, 40.6, 40.7, 41.25, 43.3, 67.1-68.1, 68.4-77.7
Putnam, Eben, 17.13, 36.2
Putnam, Elizabeth, 8.17, 8.18, 32.23, 34.9
Putnam, Elizabeth C., 9.14, 34.11, 62.11
Putnam, Frank H., 23.16, 28.16, 31.19, 31.20, 32.3
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Quabbin Reservoir, 37.15-38.2, 39.9-12, 44.22
Quinn, Edward M., 7.20, 55.4
Quincy Savings Bank, 11.12
Quirk, Hilda Hedstrom, 24.25, 48.2
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Rackemann, Charles S., 17.10, 34.23
Rackemann, Felix, 2.17, 17.11
Rackemann, Francis M., 18.11
Railroad Commissioners, Board of (Mass.), 50.5
Railroad Trainmen, Brotherhood of, 42.14
Rand, Stuart C., 41.4, 46.8, 46.25, 66.8, 66.10, 66.12
Rantoul, Lois B., 21.5
Raskob, John J., 63.23
Ratshesky, A. C., 57.3
Rayburn, Sam, 60.1
Raymenton, Marion W., 23.14, 29.29
Raymond, Carl A., 2.15, 3.6, 5.12, 5.13, 5.17, 10.12, 22.11, 23.16, 23.17, 27.21, 28.14, 29.18, 32.2, 32.22, 34.1, 34.13, 35.5, 35.6, 36.6, 36.16
Raymond, Stockton, 21.5, 21.6, 21.7, 21.9, 21.10, 32.14
Reading, Arthur K., 16.15, 30.21, 31.17, 63.8
Real Estate News, 6.12
Recreation, Board of (Boston), 40.16, 40.17, 40.18, 40.19, 40.20, 40.21, 40.22
Registry of Motor Vehicles (Mass.), 1.11
Rendle, James B. Company, 74.7
Republican City Committee of Boston, 63.3, 66.2
Republican Civic and Political League, 60.6
Republican League of Massachusetts, 29.28
Republican Legislative Committee, 64.9
Republican National Committee, 62.11, 65.5
Republican Party (Mass.), 23.13, 64.6, 64.9, 66.2, 66.5, 66.11
Research Committee on Employment Regulation, 19.9
Retirement State Board of (Mass.), 28.7, 28.14, 28.15
Retirement Association for State Employees, 28.5
Revere Racing Association, 45.1, 45.4
Reynolds, Harris A., 12.18, 12.19, 12.20, 36.6
Rice, Abbott B., 17.10, 28.16, 30.14, 52.5
Richards, George Louis, 5.17, 54.3, 55.1, 55.3, 55.4, 56.7, 57.2, 57.3
Richardson, Harris S., 41.17, 42.5, 77.4
Richardson, John, 3.11, 63.14, 63.15, 64.2, 64.6, 65.5, 66.2, 66.5, 66.7
Ritz Carlton Hotel, 6.8, 7.1
Robbins, Reginald L., 51.7
Robie, Richard S., 43.15
Rogers, Edith Nourse, 27.1, 27.7, 35.15
Rogers, John Jacob, 32.23, 78.4, 79.8, 80.4, 80.12
Rogerson, Charles M., 2.11, 17.10, 26.5, 26.7, 32.20, 35.12, 36.7, 51.7
Roosevelt, Archibald B., 26.18
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 27.1, 27.3, 29.4, 35.15, 65.5, 66.4, 66.7
Roosevelt, Theodore, 62.1, 62.3, 62.4, 62.5
Roosevelt Club, 17.10, 34.9
Root, E. Tallmadge, 3.21, 7.15
Root, Elihu, 8.16, 8.18
Rotch, Arthur G., 41.25, 44.14
Rotch, Helen G. (Mrs. Arthur G.), 8.20, 23.13, 30.12, 32.23, 32.24, 33.1, 33.2, 39.17, 62.8, 62.11
Rothwell, Bernard J., 3.3, 22.11, 23.4, 24.26, 27.23, 32.6, 60.2
Rousmaniere, Edmund S., 30.1
Rousmaniere, John E., 2.4
Roxbury Latin School, 43.9
Rublee, George, 42.21
Rudd, H. W. Dwight, 20.19
Rugg, Arthur P., 1.1
Rugg, Charles B., 42.21, 44.17, 44.18, 60.6, 67.11, 74.6, 75.8
Russell, Richard M., 7.10
Russell, Richard S., 26.18, 26.19
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Sacco-Vanzetti National League, 31.13
Sage, Russell Foundation, 21.10
Salem News, 80.6
Saltonstall, John L., 12.15, 26.19
Saltonstall, Leverett, 2.1, 5.14, 11.4, 12.10, 14.8, 17.6, 17.15, 20.19, 24.5, 28.5, 29.4, 30.11, 31.12, 31.19, 32.3, 34.5, 34.6, 35.5, 35.23, 40.4, 40.5, 40.7, 40.10, 41.15, 42.6, 42.14, 43.12, 46.26, 60.1, 64.9, 66.4, 66.5, 67.10, 67.11, 68.3, 68.5, 71.2, 71.3, 75.3, 76.5
Saltonstall, Richard, 24.5, 68.5, 76.10
Sanders, Everett, 32.24
Sargent, John G., 79.1, 79.10
Sargent, Porter E., 12.24
Sasserno, Henry A., 66.5
Savings Bank Life Insurance, 32.4, 32.6, 32.7, 32.8
Sawyer, Roland D., 38.12, 39.7, 42.9
Sayward, William A., 6.5, 18.5, 36.18
Schwartz, Leo, 6.5, 7.1
Searles, Ellis, 78.9, 79.3, 80.11
Sears, Eleanora, 66.7
Sears, George G., 48.4
Sears, Mason, 67.3
Sears, Roebuck & Co., 6.8
Seasongood, Murray, 21.8, 21.9, 24.24
Sedgwick, Ellery, 3.13, 3.14, 21.5, 21.6, 26.19
Selfridge, George S., 7.19, 9.10, 17.10, 18.8
Sentinels of the Republic, 8.10, 8.11
Shattuck, Frederick C., 18.10
Shattuck, George Cheever, 18.10, 23.14, 32.23
Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., 3.3
Shepard, Harvey N., 32.23, 49.9, 56.5
Sheppard-Towner Act (1922), 32.23, 32.24, 33.1, 33.2, 33.3, 33.4, 33.5, 33.7, 33.9, 33.10
Sherburne, John H., 64.1
Sheridan, Carl A., 46.8
Sherman, Maurice S., 8.15, 8.16, 8.17, 36.21, 49.9, 78.10, 79.1
Shields, Frank J. Company, 76.2
Shuebruk, Walter, 7.6, 10.3, 36.18, 62.11
Silbert, Coleman, 11.16, 62.11
Sinclair, Upton, 66.2
Slattery, Francis E., 8.16, 55.4
Slichter, Sumner H., 41.25, 44.3
Smith, Alfred E., 26.17, 26.18, 63.14, 63.15, 63.16, 63.18, 63.19, 63.23, 64.2, 78.9, 79.8
Smith, Alfred E. Club of Massachusetts, 60.2
Smith, Fitz-Henry, Jr., 7.8, 7.23, 10.13, 17.10, 17.11, 22.9, 27.23, 30.14, 35.18, 35.19
Smith, George Otis, 78.9, 78.10, 80.12
Smith, Payson A., 3.6, 3.7, 5.1, 5.3, 11.10
Smith, Reginald Heber, 2.4, 33.20
Smith, Roy C., 4.3, 41.25, 42.5, 42.8, 42.9, 42.15, 43.23, 43.24, 44.12, 45.3, 46.16
Smith, Theobald, 3.18, 3.19
Snow, Frederick E., 33.14, 54.3, 56.7, 59.7
Socialist Party, 64.9
Society for the Preservation of Native New England Plants, 17.10, 23.30
Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts at Chelsea, 33.21, 34.1, 34.2
Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., 36.23
South End House, 32.14, 40.20, 40.21
Southbridge Evening News, 44.5
Speare, Frank P., 7.3, 55.2
Spring, Romney, 20.2
Springfield Central Labor Union, 21.10
Springfield News, 34.5
Springfield Republican, 5.14, 29.23, 34.5, 64.6, 64.8
Springfield Union, 2.17, 8.15, 8.16, 8.17, 17.17, 26.7, 36.9, 36.21, 49.9, 64.6
Stackpole, Pierpont L., 17.12, 26.19
Standish, Lemuel W., 6.11, 27.24, 30.7, 38.12, 59.7
State Street Trust Company, 61.3
Statistics, Bureau of (Mass.), 28.6
Stearns, Frank W., 29.23, 60.2, 62.3, 63.1, 63.3
Stearns, Wallace E., 60.2, 64.13
Stevens, Jesse F., 5.13, 9.4, 9.5
Stetson, George W., 42.8, 44.22
Stimson, Henry L., 78.9, 80.11
Stock Exchange Telegraph Advisory Service (Boston), 3.11
Stone, Edward C., 20.14, 20.17, 20.24, 20.27
Storey, Moorfield, 12.19
Storrow, Helen Osborne (Mrs. James J.), 7.20
Street Commissioners, Board of (Boston), 10.20, 27.23
Sturgis, Fanny Torrey, 10.3, 18.5, 21.13
Sturgis, R. Clipston, 18.7, 18.8, 35.5, 36.23
Sullivan, E. Mark, 9.4, 51.3
Sullivan, James T., 3.21, 25.4, 29.23, 78.9
Sullivan, John A., 26.3, 26.4, 26.5, 26.6, 26.8, 26.9, 26.10, 26.11, 48.2, 51.3
Sullivan, Michael H., 1.1, 11.14, 28.15, 28.16, 29.1, 32.16, 43.10, 48.12, 49.5
Sullivan, Stephen C., 60.2
Sullivan, Thomas F., 7.8, 18.2, 44.16, 44.17, 44.18, 54.3, 55.2, 55.4, 56.5, 57.2
Supreme Court (United States), 7.1, 7.2, 7.5, 15.6, 20.18, 26.6, 26.7, 26.16, 33.4, 35.14
Supreme Judicial Court (Mass.), 7.2, 30.9, 31.2, 34.22, 35.3, 35.4, 35.5, 47.3, 56.1
Survey, 21.5, 79.8
Survey Committee of the Boston Public Schools, 32.16
Sweetser, E. LeRoy, 19.1, 19.10, 23.14
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Tapley, Alice P., 3.3, 9.10, 10.3, 12.19, 24.26, 30.1, 32.14, 33.1, 36.16
Taunton Greyhound Racing Association, 45.1, 45.4
Taunton State Hospital, 5.8
Taussig, Frank W., 21.5, 21.6
Taylor, Amos L., 51.3, 64.9
Taylor, Joseph D., 23.1, 24.21, 33.19, 33.20
Taylor, Kenneth I., 3.1
Taylor, Margaret, 9.15, 10.14, 17.6, 17.10, 18.19, 25.5, 78.9, 80.12
Teachers' Annuity Guild, 28.7
Teachers' Retirement Board, 28.7, 35.23
Templeton, Charles A., 78.9, 79.8
Tewksbury State Hospital, 42.1
Thomas, William F., Jr., 32.9, 78.9, 80.6
Thompson, Carl D., 53.3, 54.4, 56.5, 59.2
Thompson, William G., 2.17, 23.6, 31.13
Tilden, Nathaniel, 45.8, 46.6, 46.8, 46.10, 66.11
Tillinghast, Anna C. M., 18.15, 23.13, 32.23
Tilton, Elizabeth, 18.15, 62.11
Timilty, Joseph F., 44.16, 44.19, 44.20
Tinkham, George Holden, 2.1, 8.25, 12.19, 19.1, 21.6, 23.10, 23.11, 24.16, 26.18, 29.3, 35.15, 35.18, 37.1, 62.7, 62.11, 62.22, 63.1, 63.12, 78.9
Tobey, Charles W., 35.15
Tobin, Maurice J., 40.18, 40.20, 40.23, 41.2, 41.25, 42.5, 42.6, 42.7, 42.8, 45.1, 48.13, 61.5, 74.1, 76.6
Towner-Sterling Bill (1922), 33.3, 33.5, 33.9, 33.10
Treadway, Allen T., 26.18, 32.23, 35.14, 78.10, 79.8
Trumbull, John H., 79.1
Tudor, Eleanor, 1.20, 12.21
Tufts, Nathan A., 10.14
Turley, Thomas J., 40.20, 40.21, 41.7
Two Companies, Inc., 39.10, 39.11
Twohig, James J., 33.15, 56.7, 57.2, 59.7, 59.20, 64.13, 66.6
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Underhill, Charles L., 32.23, 79.8
Unemployment, Unemployment Compensation and Minimum Wage, Special Commission on (Mass.), 21.8, 21.9, 22.3
Union for a Progressive Constitution, 9.17
United Air Lines, 40.1, 40.4
United Building Trades Council, 59.8
United Electric Light Company, 16.13
United Improvement Association, 2.10, 10.15, 27.11
United Mine Workers Journal, 80.11
United Mine Workers of America, 78.9, 78.10, 79.3, 79.5, 80.11, 80.12
Universalists, Society of, 36.10
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Vahey, James H., 57.5
Van Antwerp, Eugene I., 8.23
Vaugh, Wilton, 46.16
Vaughan, Ellen Parkman, 18.10
Veterans Administration (United States), 46.20, 46.21
Veterans Bureau (United States), 34.1
Veterans of Foreign Wars, 8.23
Virginia, University of, 31.5, 31.9, 31.10
Voluntary Association to Secure More Adequate Compensation for Injured Workers, 20.4
Volunteer Citizens Committee, 35.11
Vorenberg, Felix, 22.7, 36.23
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W & L Engineering Company, 77.3
Wadleigh, Francis R., 78.9, 79.3, 79.10
Wadsworth, Adelaide E., 6.14
Wadsworth, Eliot, 2.6, 3.1, 29.1, 35.12, 56.6, 57.2, 57.5, 58.9, 59.7, 61.2, 62.22, 63.3, 63.7, 64.13
Wagner, Robert F., 19.2
Walcott, Robert, 3.4, 6.6, 6.14, 18.2, 18.5, 23.1, 24.6, 24.24, 30.13
Walker, Wallace H., 14.18, 15.4, 59.20
Walsh, David I., 5.18, 27.1, 27.2, 35.10, 35.11, 36.9, 63.22, 63.23, 79.8
Walsh, Richard M., 8.15
Walsh Body & Equipment Company, 77.4
War Department (U.S.), 46.19
Ward, William V., 42.9, 43.15
Wardwell, Sheldon E., 11.7, 14.18, 16.5, 16.6
Ware, Charles Eliot, Jr., 34.9
Warner, Andrew C., 12.14, 12.17, 34.5, 34.13, 64.13
Warner, Joseph E., 2.6, 9.7, 15.4, 32.5, 62.7, 62.11, 62.22, 63.8
Warren, Bentley W., 7.20, 8.10, 12.9, 17.10, 23.29, 25.4, 26.5, 26.8, 34.15, 35.12, 45.14, 54.4, 57.1
Warren, Charles C., 5.10, 7.1, 52.1, 52.5, 53.3, 55.1, 55.3, 55.4, 57.5, 59.7
Warriner, Samuel D., 79.5
Washburn, Charles G., 15.6, 15.7, 30.19
Washburn, Henry B., 29.29
Washburn, Robert M., 17.10, 23.22, 61.2, 62.20, 62.22, 66.8
Washburn, Slater, 15.6, 21.10
Waterways and Public Lands Division of (Mass.), 29.18
Ways and Means, House Committee on (Mass.), 39.15
Webb, Sidney, 21.6
Weed, Alonzo R., 13.4
Weeks, Edward, 3.13
Weeks, John W., 1.21
Weeks, Sinclair, 46.8, 66.4, 66.7
Wehle, Louis B., 78.9
Wellman, Sargent H., 36.15, 37.9
Wells, Wellington, 7.22, 10.10, 11.14, 17.10, 18.2, 28.14, 28.16, 35.23, 39.2, 62.7, 62.8, 62.16, 62.18, 62.22, 63.3, 64.1
Wendell, Barrett, Jr., 9.17, 26.6
West End Street Railway Company, 50.3
West Virginia Coal Association, 78.9
Westborough State Hospital, 5.8
Wheeler, Burton K., 62.23
Wheeler, Edward C., Jr., 16.5, 20.11, 20.18
Whidden, Renton, 2.6, 4.2, 6.8, 8.16, 8.20, 16.9, 21.8, 23.19, 30.1
Whipple, Robert L., 1.8, 1.10, 40.10, 41.7, 67.6, 67.7, 67.8, 67.11, 68.5, 71.3, 71.15, 72.7, 74.1, 74.6, 75.2, 76.2, 76.7, 76.8, 76.9, 76.10, 76.11, 77.6, 80.6
Whipple, Sherman L., 16.15, 35.9, 51.3, 51.4, 51.5, 62.21
White, Thomas W., 2.15, 5.1, 24.10, 29.1, 51.3, 78.10
Whiteside, Alexander, 4.2, 6.5, 8.20, 11.1, 26.5, 26.7, 26.8, 29.1, 30.7, 30.21, 32.9, 40.4, 41.12, 42.14, 43.6, 47.7, 49.7, 60.2, 61.5
Whitmore, Henry, 6.6, 6.9, 6.14, 49.2, 49.7
Whitney, Ellerton P., 3.10, 24.6, 50.2
Whittemore, Mrs. N. W. P., 2.5, 10.3, 50.2, 62.11, 62.22
Whittier, Sumner, 41.18
Wiggin, Henry D., Jr., 5.14, 9.9, 11.4, 11.11, 17.6, 18.2, 20.11, 23.20, 24.6, 24.18, 27.16, 41.19, 41.25, 42.14
Wigglesworth, Richard B., 5.17, 26.18, 26.19, 27.1, 35.10, 35.15
Wilkins, Raymond S., 72.8
Willard, Mabel Caldwell, 18.2, 33.1
Williams, George Fred, 10.1, 10.4
Williams, James T., Jr., 28.16, 36.1, 56.5
Williams, Sydney M., 5.18, 24.22, 34.5, 35.23, 41.24, 46.12
Williams, William F., 4.3, 9.4, 9.6, 10.19, 11.1, 12.17, 20.14, 20.17, 24.8, 25.2, 25.3, 25.4, 25.12, 30.13, 30.14, 32.4
Willis, Frederick B., 41.4, 41.15, 42.6, 42.9, 44.7, 46.6, 46.8, 46.9, 46.13, 46.16
Willkie, Wendell, 66.6, 66.7
Wilson, Herbert A., 20.2, 27.23, 63.7
Wilson, Robert Gardiner, Jr., 60.2, 61.5, 66.2
Winant, John G., 26.18, 79.1
Winslow, Samuel E., 32.23, 79.8
Wisconsin Tax Commission, 26.6, 26.7
Wolff, Mark, 15.12, 16.2
Woman Patriot, 8.10, 8.11, 33.10
Women High School Teachers of Boston, 11.14
Women's Better Government League, 61.3
Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 21.6, 21.10, 21.13
Women's Municipal League of Boston, 29.22
Women's Republican Club of Massachusetts, 39.17, 62.23, 66.6
Wood, Leonard, 62.13
Wood, Leonard League, 62.13
Woods, Amy, 24.23, 24.26, 24.27, 30.7
Woods, Robert A., 8.17, 23.20
Worcester, John N., 27.1, 27.3, 27.4, 27.5, 60.2, 60.6, 63.14, 66.5
Worcester Electric Light Company, 16.15, 16.17
Worcester Evening Gazette, 5.14, 44.5
Worcester State Hospital, 5.8
Worcester Steel Products Co., 7.6
Worcester Telegram, 5.14, 8.17, 17.17
Works Progress Administration, 39.19, 76.5, 76.10, 77.6
World War Memorial Commission, 5.8
World's Work, 79.8
Wragg, Samuel H., 5.18, 28.16, 33.11
Wrentham State School, 2.20, 5.8, 24.2
Wright, John D., 21.8, 21.9, 52.5, 58.3
Wyman, Henry A., 6.8, 34.22, 35.5
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Y
Young, Allyn A., 21.5, 21.6, 21.12, 29.2
Young, B. Loring, 1.7, 1.17, 2.2, 5.1, 5.14, 7.1, 7.5, 7.8, 7.15, 7.16, 8.20, 9.9, 10.19, 11.14, 17.6, 18.2, 19.10, 20.21, 20.22, 21.4, 22.18, 23.2, 23.11, 23.13, 24.21, 26.5, 26.6, 28.14, 29.2, 30.6, 30.13, 32.2, 34.17, 34.22, 35.12, 35.18, 35.19, 36.8, 36.9, 36.19, 36.23, 37.9, 38.9, 39.5, 39.18, 51.5, 52.1, 52.5, 56.5, 57.2, 57.3, 57.5, 62.11, 62.19, 63.22, 63.23, 64.4, 64.6, 64.7, 64.8, 67.3, 71.3, 78.9
Youngman, William S., 2.14, 2.15, 5.14, 5.18, 7.8, 22.18, 29.3, 31.17, 33.13, 34.13, 74.5
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Z
Zander, Arnold S., 41.23, 41.24
Zeo, Frank J., 43.6
Ziegler, Lyman H., 3.1
Zinsser, Hans, 18.19, 26.18, 26.19
Zoning Adjustment, Board of (Boston), 6.8, 6.11, 7.2, 7.3
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Preferred Citation

Henry Lee Shattuck papers, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Persons:

Bacon, Gaspar G. (Gaspar Griswold), 1886-1947.
Cabot, Godfrey Lowell, 1861-1962.
Clark, Grenville, 1882-1967.
Curley, James Michael, 1874-1958.
Dennison, Henry S. (Henry Sturgis), 1877-1952.
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Fuller, Alvan Tufts, 1878-1958.
Herter, Christian Archibald, 1895-1966.
Lee, Joseph, 1862-1937.
Lewis, John Llewellyn, 1880-1969.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924.
Matthews, Nathan, 1854-1927.
McCormack, John W., 1891-1980.
Parkman, Henry, 1894-1958.
Saltonstall, Leverett, 1892-1979.
Tinkham, George Holden.
Wadsworth, Eliot, 1876-1959.
Young, Benjamin Loring, 1885-1964.

Organizations:

National Economy League.
United States. National Child Labor Amendment.
United States. Sheppard-Towner Act.
United States. Supreme Court.

Subjects:

Boston (Mass.)--Officials and employees.
Boston (Mass.)--Politics and government.
Censorship.
Child labor--Law and legislation.
Lawyers--Massachusetts--Boston.
Massachusetts--Politics and government.
Philanthropists--Massachusetts--Boston.
Scrapbooks.