Council of Social Agencies of New Orleans records, 1921-1966 | Louisiana Research Collection

By Eira Tansey

Collection Overview

Title: Council of Social Agencies of New Orleans records, 1921-1966

Predominant Dates:1950-1966

ID: LaRC/Manuscripts Collection 911

Primary Creator: New Orleans Council of Social Agencies (New Orleans, La.)

Extent: 100.0 Boxes. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged into five series: 1) Annual reports of the Council of Social Agencies, charter and bylaws, policies in case work agencies; 2) Committees and divisions; 3) Files on area social agencies; 4) Council of Social Agencies subject files; and 5) Pamphlets and printed material. The collection consists of 100 boxes. It is 51 linear feet.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1966

Subjects: Community Chest of New Orleans., Community welfare councils -- Louisiana--New Orleans -- History -- 20th century., New Orleans (La.) -- Social conditions -- 20th century., New Orleans Council of Social Agencies (New Orleans, La.), Public welfare -- Louisiana--New Orleans -- History -- 20th century., Social service -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 20th century.

Forms of Material: Annual reports., Correspondence., Membership lists., Minutes., Pamphlets., Reports., Vital statistics records.

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of minutes, reports, studies, reference materials, pamphlets, correspondence and other working records of a New Orleans social welfare league. The Council of Social Agencies of New Orleans served as a federated group of diverse area welfare organizations. It neither dealt directly with clients nor regulated member agencies. An umbrella organization, it conducted needs studies and coordinated activities of societies that provided assistance directly to individuals. There are subject files to support the research mission of the organization.

Biographical Note

The Council of Social Agencies of New Orleans was founded in 1921 and prospered through the 1960s. Committees and Divisions specialized in the following topics: health; family and child welfare, legislation, transients, World War II services, housing, character building, group work and recreation, social service exchange, social welfare planning. The Council served as a federated group of diverse area welfare organizations. It neither dealt directly with clients nor regulated member agencies. Instead, it strove to reduce duplication of services and foster long-range planning among area social service providers. In 1924 the Council and other groups founded the Community Chest as a fund-raising organization. By the 1930s the Council had a staff of several professionals and began managing four bureaus: Volunteer Service, Information Service, Social Service Exchange, and the Research Bureau.

Subject/Index Terms

Community Chest of New Orleans.
Community welfare councils -- Louisiana--New Orleans -- History -- 20th century.
New Orleans (La.) -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
New Orleans Council of Social Agencies (New Orleans, La.)
Public welfare -- Louisiana--New Orleans -- History -- 20th century.
Social service -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History -- 20th century.

Administrative Information

Repository: Louisiana Research Collection

Alternate Extent Statement: 51 linear feet

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public. No known restrictions.

Use Restrictions: Physical rights are retained by the Louisiana Research Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.

Acquisition Source: Council of Social Agencies Board of Directors and Connie Griffith.

Acquisition Method: Gift.

Preferred Citation: Council of Social Agencies of New Orleans records, Manuscripts Collection 911, Louisiana Research Collection, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.

Processing Information: Collection processed in 1997 by Helen Burkes.

Finding Aid Revision History: Finding aid information entered in Archon by LAC Group in 2011. Revised by LAC Group 8/12/11.

Other Note: OCLC Number: 419439106


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Annual reports of the Council of Social Agencies, 1930-1947],
[Series 2: Committees and divisions],
[Series 3: Files on area social agencies],
[Series 4: Council of Social Agencies subject files],
[Series 5: Pamphlets and printed material],
[All]

Series 1: Annual reports of the Council of Social Agencies, 1930-1947
Also charters and bylaws (1956, 1959), policies in case work agencies (1956-1957); see also box 38.
Box 1: Annual reports of the Council of Social Services of New Orleans, 1930-1947
Also charter with by-laws, (1956, 1959) and personal policies in case work agencies (1956-1957).
Series 2: Committees and divisions
Box 2: Health Division: minutes of Division and Committees; reports; and other material, 1925-1946
Box 3: Health Division: minutes of Division and of Committees; and annual reports; other material, 1946-1950
Box 4: Health Division: minutes of Division and of Committees; reports; annual reports; and membership lists, 1950-1954
Box 5: Health Division: minutes of Division and Committees; reports; annual reports; membership lists, 1952-1954; 1956-1957
Book I missing.
Box 6: Health Division: Committee of Voluntary Health Agencies, project in cooperation with the New Orleans Item, "Take Care of Yourself," a health information column, 1951-1957
Copies of columns published in the newspaper.
Box 7: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes; reports; membership lists, 1927
During the late 1920s and early 1930s divided into Family, Child, Aged Divisions and case work agencies committee. During the period 1936-1938, the Family and Child Welfare Division was called "Case Work Agencies Division" (see next box).
Box 8: Family and Child Welfare Division: Case Agencies Division; Family and Child Welfare Division minutes, 1936-1939; 1938-1942
Box 9: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports membership lists, Citizens' Committee on Public Provisions for the Care of Children: minutes, reports and membership lists, 1942-1943 (1943-1946 missing); 1945-1948
Box 10: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1946-1948
Box 11: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1948-1950
Box 12: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, resource office file index, 1950-1952
Box 13: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1952-1955
Box 14: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1955-1957
Box 15: Family and Child Welfare Division: minutes, reports, membership lists; minutes of Committee on Services to Emotionally Disturbed Children, 1957-1959; 1956-1959
Summary report, Conference on the Aging, 1958 March 20-21.
Box 16: Legislative Committee: minutes of meetings and reports, 1931-1942
Box 17: Transient Division (called "Transient Section" after 1938) minutes, reports, membership lists, 1935-1944
Box 18: World War II services

Civilian War Services. Office of Civilian Defense 1942-1944: minutes of various committees.

Civilian War Services. Office of Civilian Defense 1942-1944: Newsletter.

Civilian Defense Volunteer Office, Advisory Committee minister, 1941-1942.

United Service Organizations Council Minister and printed matter.

Box 19: World War II services: Unites Seamen's Service

Minutes-New Orleans Port Area Committee of United Seamen's Service

Office procedures United Seamen's Service (correspondence)

Procedures regarding hotels operated by United Seamen's Service (memos, instructions)

Box 20: World War II services, 1940-1941

Committee on social agencies and defense 1940-1941.

Alien registration, 1940-1941.

United States Committee on Care of European Children 1940-1941.

Local committee on care of European Children 1940-1941.

Royal Sorenson, "Children in Wartime," also New Orleans war recreation committee 1941-1943, correspondence, reports and minutes of room registry Committee.

Three addresses of Mary C. Raymond on social services and the war effect.

Box 21: World War II services, 1940s

Veterans' Information Center.

Minutes of Executive Committee.

Correspondence with Council of Social Agencies.

Financial papers.

Papers regarding acquisition of office furniture and equipment.

Payroll records.

Card book ledger.

Auditor's report.

Bank deposit book.

Check stubs.

Box 22: Delegate Body: lists of delegates appointed by member organizations, minutes of meetings, 1924-1945, 1947
Box 23: Division of Services through groups, 1957-1959
Minutes, reports, membership lists, Housing Committee 1933-1941, 1953, 1956-1958, Citizens Committee for Housing, (Not CSA but Council of Social Agencies participated. Through a mayoral appointment).
Box 24: Character Building Division (after 1940 called "Group Work and Recreation Division") minutes, reports, membership lists, 1926-1939
Box 25: Character Building Division (to 1940, same Division, different name after 1940); Group Work and Recreation Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1939-1945
Box 26: Group Work and Recreation Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1943-1954
Box 27: Group Work and Recreation Division: minutes, reports, membership lists, 1953-1955
Box 28: Group Work and Recreation Division: minutes, reports, membership lists; also Transient Division (circa 1933 merged into other three Divisions, but continued as a Section through 1944), 1955-1958; 1928-1935
Box 29: Social Service Exchange: minutes of advisory committee with reports and financial statements; list of members of exchange, circa 1917-1955
Closed in 1955. Other files destroyed by agreement of member agencies in 1960.
Box 30: Social Welfare Planning Council: correspondence, reports, studies, and minutes, 1959-1960
Box 31: Social Welfare Planning Council, correspondence, programs, reports, 1961-1966
Series 3: Files on area social agencies
Box 32: Area social agencies A-C

American Red Cross.

Arthritis Foundation.

Associated Catholic Charities.

Association for the Development of Preschool Blind Children.

Association for Retarded Children.

Baptist Faith Home.

Baptists Woman's Emergency Home and Baby Home.

Baptist Rescue Mission

Berean Community Center

Boy Scouts of America.

Bureau of Governmental Research.

Bureau of Age and Survivors Insurance (New Orleans Office)

Charity Hospital.

Child Welfare Association.

Children's Bureau.

Chinchuba Institute for the Deaf.

Christmas Bureau.

City Hospital for Mental Diseases.

City of New Orleans Office of the Mayor.

City Planning and Zoning Commission (New Orleans).

Box 33: Area social agencies C-H

Children, care of.

Children's Clinic 1950.

Convent of the Good Shepherd 1952, 1955.

Community Chest.

Community Health Association 1946-1947, 1952-1955.

Community Volunteer Service 1947, 1955-1956.

Crippled Children's Hospital 1955.

Drelman Center Camp 1956.

Episcopal Children's House 1925-1956.

Estelle Hubbard Memorial Home for Incurable 1953.

Exceptional Children's Evaluation Center 1955.

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital 1953-1954.

Family Service Society 1954-1963.

Fink Asylum 1955.

Flint-Goodridge Hospital 1954-1956.

Gaudet Episcopal Home 1955.

German Protestant Orphan Asylum 1953-1955.

Girl Scouts 1953-1956.

Goodwill Industries 1951-1957.

Guidance Center1949-1957.

Gumbel, Sophie Home 1954.

Health, Department of City of New Orleans 1948-1958.

High School Scholarship Association 1953.

Hope Haven.

Hotel Dieu.

House of Detention.

Hume Child Development Service Center 1954.

Hutchinson Memorial Clinic 1953-1955.

Box 34: Area social agencies I-L

Inter Organizational Council.

Jefferson Parish (General).

Jefferson Parish Health Unit.

Jefferson Parish Community Centers and Playgrounds.

Jefferson Parish Department of Public Welfare.

Jewish Children's Home.

Jewish Community Center.

Jewish Federation.

Jewish Welfare Fund.

Juvenile Court of the Parish of New Orleans.

Juvenile Division-Department of the Police.

Kingsley House.

Kiwanis Camp.

Lafon Catholic Old Folks Home.

Lighthouse for the Blind.

Lafon Home for the Boys.

Lafon Protestant Old Folks Home.

Legal Aid Bureau Civil Criminal.

Box 35: Area social agencies L-N

Louise Day Nursery.

Louisiana Association for Mental Health.

Louisiana Heart Association.

Louisiana Society for Crippled Children.

Louisiana State Board of Health.

Louisiana State Colony and Training School

Louisiana State Conference of Social Welfare.

Louisiana State Department of Health.

Louisiana State Department of Public Welfare.

Louisiana State Hospital Board.

Louisiana State Tuberculosis Association.

Madonna Manor.

Maison Hospitaliere.

Mercy Hospital.

Methodist Home Hospital.

Milne Boys' Home

Milne Asylum for orphan boys 1957 report of a survey...study of group care for dependent children 1858.

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Incorporated.

National Institute of Social Relations, Incorporated.

New Orleans Bar Association.

New Orleans City Park Improvement Association.

New Orleans Community Chest.

New Orleans Convalescent Home.

New Orleans Group Home.

New Orleans Home for Incurables.

New Orleans League for Better Hearing.

New Orleans-Orleans Parish Department for Public Welfare 1954-1959.

New Orleans Recreation Department 1947-1960.

Box 36: Area social agencies O-S

Ochsner Foundation.

Orleans Neighborhood Centers.

Orleans Parish Department of Public Welfare.

Orleans Parish School Board.

People's Methodist Community Center.

Protestant Bethany Home.

Protestant Children's Home.

Protestant Home for Babies.

Public Affairs Research Council.

Roberson Memorial Home.

Sacred Heart Orphanage.

St. Anna's Asylum.

St. Bernard Athletic Recreation Department.

St. Bernard Parish (General).

St. Bernard Parish Department of Public Welfare.

St. Elizabeth's (New Orleans Female Asylum)

St. John Berchman's Asylum.

St. Mark's Community Center.

St. Vincent's Infant Home.

Salvation Army.

Sara Allen Child Welfare Station.

Sara Mayo Hospital.

Science Research Associates.

Seamen's Bethel.

Seamen's Town House.

Box 37: Area social agencies S-Y

Shriners Hospital.

Sisters Servants of Mary.

Social Security.

Society of St. Vincent De Paul.

Social Service Exchange.

Southern Baptist Hospital.

Speech and Hearing Services in New Orleans 1966.

Touro Infirmary.

Traveler’s Aid Society.

Tuberculosis Association of Greater New Orleans.

Tulane University School of Social Work.

United Cerebral Palsy Association.

United Fund.

United League of Greater New Orleans.

Urban Life Research Institute, Tulane University.

Volunteers of America.

Waldo Burton Memorial Boy’s Home.

Young Men’s Christian Association St. Charles, Carrolton, Dryades.

Young Women’s Christian Association Gravier, Claiborne Branch.

Series 4: Council of Social Agencies subject files

The council organized these files with an internal numbering system:

100s: materials relating to Council of Social Agencies

200s: activities of research office

300s: materials relating to Community Chest-United Fund

400s: “Basic Social Data” publications

500s: “Studies, Methodology and Reference Materials”

600s: Social Statistics Project

700s: Expenditure Study

We have preserved the council’s subject arrangement and recorded with each box the relevant number assignments.

Box 38: Subject files 100-120.7

Organizational structure.

Functions of council.

Community Chest and relationship to Council of Social Agencies personnel policies and job description.

Box 39: Subject files 199.1-199.5

Study of functions of Council of Social Agencies.

Self-study.

Public relations program.

Box 40: Subject files 199.6-200.6

“Evaluating the effectiveness of Councils.”

Survey of Community Welfare.

Services of handicapped children.

Box 41: Subject files 201.1-201.2
Correspondence of research office.
Box 42: Subject files 201.3-205.1

Publication orders.

Research office operation/reports to local agencies.

Worker material.

Box 43: Subject files 205.2-205.9

Research office: New Orleans Chapter American Statistical Association.

Research office: Louisiana Conference of Social Welfare.

Box 44: Subject files 225-242

Research offices Community Planning Research Institute.

Service statistics for Chest agencies 1950-1953.

Service statistics for United French agencies 1956-1959.

Service statistics for Chest agencies 1955-1958.

Box 45: Subject files 250.1-252.1
Research department: periodicals reports.
Box 46: Subject files 253-255

Research office daily time log.

Work and activity log.

Student research projects.

Box 47: Subject files 256-299.2

Research office: list of published studies.

Donald Salgman’s personal file.

Classification system for social data.

Statistical methods.

Index to current research.

Box 48: Subject files 299.2- 299.4

Research office: national rehabilitation Association, Public Housing survey.

Research office: research procedures and methods, statistical procedures.

Box 49: Subject files 299.5-303.4

Research office: evaluation of graphic presentations.

Community Chest/United Fund services: nominating committee reports; reporting system for social service statistics; budget committee handbook.

Box 50: 303.4-303.4-3 Community Chest/United Fund Services

Budget committee handbook 1952-1955.

Statistics 1953-1956 and 1954-1957.

Budget committee handbook 1955-1959.

Box 51: 304-340.1 Community Chest/United Fund Services:

Reports of 3 Cs study.

Appropriate to Chest.

Campaign results.

Budgeting.

Box 52: 340.1-399.1 Community Chest/United Fund Services

Budgeting.

Central Budget and policy Committee.

Box 53: 400-410.1 Basic Social Data

Development of guidelines and criteria.

Health Information Foundation.

Population estimates and predictions.

Box 54: 410.2-410.6 Basic Social Data

Population estimates.

Revenues.

Tract concept.

Box 55: 410.6-410.6-5 Basic Social Data

Census tract.

Population handbook.

Vital statistics (New Orleans Health Department).

Box 56: 420.3-420.4 Basic Social Data: vital statistics
Box 57: 420.4-430.1 Basic Social Data

Vital statistics, morbidity reports.

Marriages and divorces.

Public housing and urban renewal.

Box 58: 430.2-430.3 Basic Social Data: housing (construction reports)
Box 59: 430.4-440.2 Basic Social Data

Housing Inventory.

Economic conditions.

Population reports and consumer incomes.

Cost of living (family budgets).

Consumer Price Index.

Box 60: 440.3-440.3 Basic Social Data: economic conditions (labor force) and characteristics of the unemployed
Box 61: 440.3-440.3 Basic Social Data: economic conditions (labor force); hours and earnings
Box 62: 440.5-440.5 Basic Social Data: economic conditions (business conditions)
Box 63: 440.5-440.5 Basic Social Data: economic conditions; census of business
Box 64: 450-450.5 Basic Social Data

City planning:

Land use surveys.

Zoning.

Subdivision survey.

Housing.

Box 65: 450-450.5 Basic Social Data

City planning:

Major street plan.

Parking.

Slum clearance and urban redevelopment.

Schools and recreation.

Population.

Box 66: 501.3-501.3 Studies, Methodology and reference materials

Family and child welfare services.

Care of the aged.

Children’s casework services.

Box 67: 501.3-501.3 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, Family and Child Welfare Services

Children in foster care.

Maladjusted child.

Zucker study of Casework Services.

Legal action against deserting parent.

Evaluation of children services.

Unmarried parenthood.

Unmarried negro women.

Juvenile delinquency.

Box 68: 501.3-501.20 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, Family and Child Welfare Services

Family casework services.

Transients and homeless.

Employment services.

“White House Conference on Children” 1950.

Bibliography on Aging.

Children’s programs.

Box 69: 501.20-501 Studies, Methodology, and reference materials, Family and Child Welfare Services

Social Security in the United States.

Public Assistance.

Old-age and survivors insurance.

Education.

Children’s bureau.

Health services.

Box 70: 502.1-502.2 Studies, Methodology and reference material, Health Services, nursing services

Communicable disease control techniques.

Epidemiological research.

Chronically ill surveys.

Patient care.

Health study.

Health surveys and studies.

Box 71: 502.2-502.2 Studies, Methodology, and reference material, Health Services

School health.

“Money for Medicine.”

Health care for pre-mature infant.

Health care in Louisiana at mid-century.

Health care in Dallas.

Mobilization and health manpower.

Out-patient health needs.

Studies of hospital care.

Box 72: 502.3-502.3 Studies, Methodology and reference material, Health services

Hospital In-Patient Studies.

Clinical services.

Medical Services.

“Health Manpower Source Book.”

Practical Nurse Opinion Survey.

Cost of public health nursing.

Survey of public health nursing services.

Box 73: 502.3-502.3 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, Health Services

Public Health Nursing.

Practical nurses opinion survey.

Convalescent care.

Box 74: 502.3-502.20 Studies, Methodology and reference material, Health Services

Mental Health Services.

Music therapy.

Mentally ill in jail.

Mentally retarded.

Nursing homes in Louisiana.

Services to handicapped children.

Social aspects of hospital planning.

Welfare agencies serving New Orleans 1942.

Health service area.

New Orleans Hospital Council.

Box 75: 502.20-502.20 Studies, Methodology and reference material, Health Services

Reference material on hospitals and health services in Louisiana, 1948.

Health problems of low income families.

Child health.

Chronic illness.

Health insurance in the United States 1951.

Medical costs 1950.

Box 76: 503 Studies, Methodology and reference material, leisure time studies

Recreation.

Day care.

Campers.

Group work.

Informal education.

Children of working mothers.

Box 77: 504-504.20 Studies, Methodology and reference material, Community organizations

Methodology for planning.

Interagency communication.

Community surveys.

Planning processes in community organizations.

Box 78: 505-505.2 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, volunteer services (studies of volunteer in social work), 1992-1953
Box 79: 505.2-505.2 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, volunteer services in social work
Box 80: 505.2-602.2 Studies, Methodology and reference materials, volunteer services in social work; training institution; social statistics project
Box 81: 604-610.21 Social statistics project

Development and evaluation.

Forms in current use (instructions and correspondence).

Specialized groups (home, pre-school blind, legal aid, high school scholarships, dormitory service, special education, sheltered employment, recreation resident camp services).

Box 82: 610.3-610.34 Social statistics project

Forms in current use-instructions.

Hospital in-patient service.

Clinical service.

Casework in hospitals and clinics.

Social casework in hospitals and clinics.

Box 83: 610.34-610.37 Social statistics project

Forms in current use-instructions.

Social work in medical setting.

Casework in hospitals and clinics.

Out-patient psychiatric clinics.

Health nursing services.

Schools hygiene.

Box 84: 610.38-610.86 Social statistics project: forms in current use- instructions (chronically ill, speech and hearing, transportation for the crippled, referral center, aid to dependent children, aid to the needy blind, disability assistance, old-age assistance, transient shelters, home services of Red Cross, family casework services, relief to transients)
Box 85: 613-620.3 Social statistics project: obsolete forms (foster care, public recreation, medical services, volunteer bureau report, family welfare, general and volunteer service); formed proposed for development (house nursing; juvenile court, foster care); summaries to 3 Cs (correspondence and instructions)
Box 86: 620.10-622 Social statistics uses

Comparison of actual and estimated.

Other cities.

National summaries.

New reporting forms and instructions.

Box 87: 700-703 Expenditure study: instructions and evaluation and correspondence
Box 88: 703-704 Expenditure study

Correspondence 1930-1993.

Agency control forms 1940-1952.

Box 89: 705-705.4 Expenditure study: transmittal and worksheets, 1942-1952
Box 90: 706-706.2 Expenditure study

Uses of expenditure study data.

Reports from cities: Houston, Louisiana, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St. Louis, St. Paul.

Box 91: 706.3 Expenditure study

Uses of expenditure study data.

Reports from New Orleans (1925-1950).

Health, Welfare and Recreation Services (Community-United Fund).

Social Services in New Orleans.

American Associations of Medical Social Workers.

American Cancer Society.

American Red Cross (New Orleans, Jefferson Parish, and St. Bernard Parish).

Series 5: Pamphlets and printed material
Box 92: Pamphlets

Aliens 1940-1946

Displaced persons 1947-1949

Immigration and Naturalization Service 1934-1935

Box 93: Pamphlets

Migrants 1940-1962

Migratory labor notes 1959-1962

Refugees, instructional organization

Transient, federal program 1931-1934

Box 94: Pamphlets

Aged, services for 1935-1966

Case workers 1948-1955; also manned 1931

Civil rights 1947-1965

Child labor 1941-1965

Civil Defense 1963

Economic Opportunity Act 1964-1965

Health, Louisiana Department of 1967

Housing, public 1967

Mental health 1944-1967

Mental health, national 1946

Box 95: Pamphlets

Residency law 1956, 1961

Settlement laws 1943-1955

Total Community Action 1966

United Community Funds of America 1960s

Unwed mother-dependent children 1941-1964

Veteran's service 1944-1948

War casualties

Women 1950-1956

Box 96: Pamphlets

Public welfare in Louisiana and New Orleans 1941-1969

Public welfare 1939-1970

Public welfare directory 1966

Social work 1936-1957

Social welfare planning-volunteers 1947-1971

Box 97: Pamphlets

Social welfare, national 1961-1963

Social work and comprehensive health care 1971

Social work, international conference 1954-1961

National Association of Social Work 1968-1969

Transportation Agreement in American social work 1931-1936

Social Security laws 1960s

Box 98: Pamphlets
Referral forms, personnel pamphlets.
Box 99: Pamphlets
American Association of Hospital Social Workers, medical case records and case competition records, 1920s-1930s
Box 100: Pamphlets
Card index: box of shelf list cards of publications kept for research purposes.

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