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Box Misc. MS Box 1

 Container

Contains 137 Results:

Statement of Campaign Expenses, 1920 June 18

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents

Final sworn statement of campaign expenses of William Bryant Cooper (WBC) as a candidate in the primary election held on June 5, 1920. “No receipts” were listed and disbursements were for stenographers, stamps, stationery, printing, advertising, traveling expenses and announcement, for a total of $2,513.00

Dates: 1920 June 18

Letter, 1925 January 17

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 2
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W.J. Jenkins, Pay Clerk, State Senate Session 1925, Raleigh, NC, to WBC at Wilmington, NC. This letter accompanied an auditor’s check for WBC’s last day’s service as President of the Senate Session of 1925.

Dates: 1925 January 17

Voucher, 1925 January 17

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 3
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Voucher #13 to WBC for $6.00. Signed by Baxter Durham, State Auditor, and J.S. Robinson, Clerk.

Dates: 1925 January 17

Annual Report of Carolina Insurance Company, 1895 June 06

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 4
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This paper is a photocopy of the Annual Report and Statement of the Carolina Insurance Company, Wilmington, NC, dated June 6, 1895. It is signed by D.L. Gore, president, and M.S. Willard, secretary. The original of this report was donated by Lenox Gore Cooper, Sr., to the Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Dates: 1895 June 06

Post Card, 1947 December 26

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents

One printed postcard from Bernard Shaw entitled "A Forty Letter British Alfabet" which contains hand-written notes with the initials "G.B.S." The postcard addressed to William Russell M.S. of Athens (Georgia) U.S. America, holds a British stamp and is hand-cancelled; the date written on the card is December 26, 1947.

Dates: 1947 December 26

Letter from Davison, 1929 February 21

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents

Ronald Conway Davison, Great Britain, to Mary Barnett Gilson. Accompanied copy of RCD’s book The Unemployed published in 1929. Discusses unemployment insurance, the economic depression, labor transference, downward drag, areas of unemployed labor, and the discharge wage.

Dates: 1929 February 21

Letter from Davison, 1933 April 5

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents RC Davison, 39 Lansdonne Road, London, to Gilson. Speaks of Hoover leaving and Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) taking presidency in U.S. Ridicules FDR’s “reformist gusts” as having no lasting effects. Encourages MBG to continue efforts for unemployment measures – a basic relief service on needs basis. Refers to Sign of the Times and his letter in the Newsletter. Discusses idea of limited labor market, partially through halftime withdrawal of juvenile labor up to 18. Propounds chronic...
Dates: 1933 April 5

Letter from Davison, 1933 August 14

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 3
Scope and Contents RC Davison, Dingle Farm, Dunwich, to Gilson. Writes that Gilson lucky in FDR and “national gift of the art of Persuasion.” Notes that FDR’s success is great morally and phychologically, but making a revolution an administrative and economic success may still be impossible. In Great Britain, 44% of registered unemployed on standard benefit, 44% on transitional payments, 12% uninsured or disallowed. Turnover twice as great on standard benefit lists than on transitional payment lists. Advocates...
Dates: 1933 August 14

Envelope from Davison, 1933 August 14

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 4
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Envelope with a three halfpence stamp and handstamped at Suffolk, addressed to Gilson, Dept. of Economics, University of Chicago, IL, USA. Address crossed out and Miss C. Ekstrand, Staatsburg, NY inserted.

Dates: 1933 August 14

Letter from Mayo, 1937 October 11

 Item — Box: Misc. MS Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 5
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Elton Mayo of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business Administration, to Gilson. Concerns discrimination against women in library usage during evening hours at Widener Library. Informed her that Baker Library of the Harvard Business School did not do this.

Dates: 1937 October 11