Series 1, Subseries 2, part b. Correspondence (H-M), 1910-1915. [microform]


Series 1, Subseries 2, part b. Correspondence (H-M), 1910-1915. [microform]

Include correspondence relating to a bill banning the use of white phosphorous in the match industry; to meetings and programs of the Association; to occupational diseases; to accident reporting; to workmen's compensation; to worksite inspection; to child labor; to women's hours of work; to the minimum wage investigation; to lead poisoning; to questions of mediation and compulsory arbitration; to the study of anthrax as an occupational disease; to health insurance; to the revision of the compressed air provisions of the New York State Labor Law; to the Kern Bill; to the National Conference on Unemployment; and to the operation of the Municipal Lodging House, on the Board of which Andrews served. Major and frequent correspondents include L.W. Hatch, Frederick L. Hoffman, Seth Low, Royal Meeker, Thomas J. Parkinson, I.M. Rubinow, and Henry R. Seager. Other individual and organizational correspondents of national significance or who wrote with some frequency include the following with names beginning with letters H-M: Fred S. Hall (secretary, Pennsylvania Child Labor Association); M.B. Hammond (associate professor, Ohio State University); William Hard (writer, EVERYBODY'S); G.W.W. Hanger (U.S. Bureau of Labor); Samuel R. Haythorn; C.R. Henderson; Hamilton Higday; Morris Hillquit; Frederick L. Hoffman (statistician, Prudential Insurance Co.); Reinhard Hohaus; Robert Hunter; Illinois State Federation of Labor; Frances Ingram (Neighborhood House, Louisville, Ky.); International Seamen's Union of America; International Typographical Union; Ethel M. Johnson (Massachusetts Dept. of Labor and Industry); Frederick N. Judson; Marie Kasten (State of Connecticut Industrial Commission); Florence Kelley; Arthur Kellogg; Paul U. Kellogg; Susan M. Kingsbury (director, Women's Educational and Industrial Union; William Kirk; Robert M. La Follette; John Lapp (editor, MODERN MEDICINE); Julia C. Lathrop (Hull House); William Launer (secretary, Glass Bottle Blowers' Association); Max Lazard; F. Lee (U.S. Senate legislative counsel); Don D. Lescohier (secretary, Minnesota Branch AALL); Samuel McCune Lindsay (secretary, National Child Labor Committee); Walter Lippmann; Max O. Lorenz (Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics, Wisconsin); Louisiana Board of Health; Owen R. Lovejoy (general secretary, National Child Labor Committee); and Seth Low. Other correspondents include S.W. McCall; Roswell C. McCrea (associate director, The School of Philanthropy); Mary E. McDowell (University of Chicago Settlement); W.E. McEwen (labor commissioner, Bureau of Labor and Industries, Minnesota); Alexander J. McKelway (secretary for the southern states, National Child Labor Committee); Reuben McKitrick; V.E. Macy (treasurer of New York Branch); W.A. Mahon (Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America); Theodore Marburg; John Martin; Frederick C. Martindale (secretary of state, Dept. of State); Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics; Royal Meeker (U.S. Dept. of Labor); H.V. Mercer (attorney, member, Minnesota Employees' Compensation Commission); Darwin J. Meserole (managing attorney, The Cooperative Law Company); Henry C. Metcalf (Tufts College); John Mitchell (vice-president, A.F. of L.); Wesley C. Mitchell; Anne Morgan; Frank Morrison (A.F. of L.); Edward A. "Ned" Moseley (secretary, Interstate Commerce Commission); Henry Moskowitz (secretary, Society for Ethical Culture); and Hugo Munsterberg (professor).

Series 1, Subseries 2, parts a, b, and c: 8 linear ft. (on 9 microfilm reels)


SNAC Resource ID: 7919019

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