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Thu Feb 12 22:15:32 2015 UTClccn-n790322120.00Archives, 1923-19300.641.00Hearst Metrotone news98965844Ray_Lyman_Wilburn 79032212265853Wilbur, Ray L. 1875-1949lccn-n79021421Hoover, Herbert1874-1964lccn-n79043631Hyde, Arthur Mastick1877-1947lccn-n80126051United StatesDepartment of the Interiorlccn-n89628798Ely, Northcutt1903-1997edtautctblccn-n85235669Barnard, H. E.(Harry Everett)1874-1946np-moses, winifredMoses, Winifredlccn-no2013107064Glover, Katherinelccn-n85197576DuPuy, William Atherton1876-1941np-paul, arthur gPaul, Arthur G.lccn-no2008116846Thomas, Frank W.(Frank Waters)1878-1970Wilbur, Ray L.(Ray Lyman)1875-1949BibliographyCatalogs and collectionsConference proceedingsUnited StatesPolitical scienceEconomic policyEducationUnited States--Hoover DamDamsWater--Law and legislationWater resources developmentNorth America--Colorado RiverPublic contractsWater rightsChild welfareChild careNorth America--Colorado River WatershedConservation of natural resourcesNatural resourcesEconomic historyJunior collegesCaliforniaCitizenshipSocial problemsMedicineInternational relationsEastern question (Far East)Pacific AreaChildren--Care and hygieneMedical economicsVirginia--Colonial National Historical ParkChildren--Health and hygieneWyomingIrrigationAlaskaEast AsiaCalifornia--Santa Cruz MountainsMammalsWilbur, Ray L.--(Ray Lyman),OceaniaCalifornia--San Mateo CountyMedicine--Specialties and specialistsMedical careChild health servicesHealth care reformWhite House Conference on Child Health and ProtectionHoover, Herbert,Stanford UniversityCubberley, Ellwood Patterson,Universities and colleges--FacultyTresidder, Donald Bertrand,Illinois--ChicagoJordan, David Starr,187519491896190419111912191419151916191719181921192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441946194719481950195419601962196619701972197519781979198019811985199219941995201020113994280366973.916E801ocn000466690ocn000172652ocn022554346ocn001429789ocn001572474ocn001558076ocn004523927ocn012822435ocn006499660ocn004858928ocn858257745ocn858329788ocn833093118ocn033289037ocn033291732ocn026021258ocn45933651112126ocn000466690book19370.39Wilbur, Ray LThe Hoover policies47314ocn014559043book19310.70White House conference on child health and protectionWhite House conference, 1930; addresses and abstracts of committee reportsConference proceedings"The White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, called by President Hoover, assembled in Washington, November 19-22, 1930, with 3000 men and women, leaders in the medical, educational, and social fields as they touch the life of the child, in attendance. This conference included the following subjects: the dependent child; economic and social basis for child welfare standards; child labor, health of children and mothers; children in need of special care; and standardization of welfare laws. In addition the range of the conference was enlarged to consider all children, in their total aspects, including those social and environmental factors which are influencing modern childhood. Information is grouped in four main sections: medical service, public health and administration, education and training, and the handicapped"--Foreword. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)2422ocn000172652book19310.74Wilbur, Ray LConservation in the Department of the Interior2115ocn022554346book19330.89Wilbur, Ray LThe Hoover Dam power and water contracts and related data : with introductory notesThis is the first in a series of books published by the Bureau to address the management of the Colorado River since the early 1900s1963ocn004149725book19270.82Proctor, William MartinThe junior college, its organization and administration1601ocn693785877book20100.67Verburg, Katherine OttThe Colorado River documents, 2008Developed by the Bureau of Reclamation's Upper Colorado and Lower Colorado Regions, in collaboration with the Boulder City Field Solicitor, this is the latest of four books published by the Bureau of Reclamation to address the management of the Colorado River since the early 1900s. It summarizes 30 years of updates to the "Law of the Colorado River," a compilation of compacts, federal laws, court decisions and decrees, contracts, and regulatory guidelines that have been implemented over nearly a century to guide the management and operation of the Colorado River. It details the statutes, policies, agreements, and court decisions related to river operations, environmental matters, Mexican treaty deliveries, water development, water entitlement actions, Native American water settlements, proceedings in Arizona v. California, and power generation and distribution issues. All four books are available on the DVD15615ocn004119455book19310.67United StatesConservation in the Department of the Interior1243ocn001429789book19400.85Wilbur, Ray LHuman hopes; addresses & papers on education, citizenship, & social problems1222ocn002606845book19480.74United StatesThe Hoover Dam documentsThis is the second in a series of books published by the Bureau to address the management of the Colorado River since the early 1900s1133ocn001572474book19380.89Wilbur, Ray LThe march of medicine; selected addresses and articles on medical topics, 1913-1937764ocn001558076book19360.82Wilbur, Ray LStanford horizons; "Where the red roofs rim the blue", selected addresses, 1916-1936652ocn004523927book19330.89Wilbur, Ray LThe construction of Hoover dam : preliminary investigations, design of dam, and progress of construction302ocn012822435book19310.95Wilbur, Ray LTwo years of the Department of the interior, 1929-1931 : an address by Hon. Ray Lyman Wilbur, Secretary of the Interior in the National Radio Forum, Washington, May 2, 1931302ocn011840472book19300.97Committee on the Cost of Medical CareThe first three years' work of the Committee on the costs of medical care and its plans for the future. An address at the committee's spring meeting, 1930241ocn006499660book19320.54Wilbur, Ray LDedication of the Colonial national monument181ocn004430222book19310.80United StatesCasper-Alcova irrigation project Wyoming172ocn551243880file19400.92Wilbur, Ray LThe Hoover Library: a resource for world peace161ocn026969747book19310.94Wilbur, Ray LProgress in Alaskan administration142ocn028678889book19270.96Davis, J. MerleThe Institute of Pacific RelationsBibliographyBuell, Raymond Leslie: Problems of the Pacific. A bibliography S. 29-53131ocn031832930book18960.94Allen, J. AOn mammals from the Santa Cruz Mountains, CaliforniaCatalogs and collections3392ocn000456837book19600.70Wilbur, Ray LMemoirs122ocn025609409book19160.97Stanford UniversityAddresses at the installation of Ray Lyman Wilbur, M.D., as president of the University, Saturday, January 22, 191672ocn035317147mix19940.97Parks, Douglas RExpert inquiry and health care reform in New Era America : Herbert Hoover, Ray Lyman Wilbur, and the travails of the disinterested expertsHistory22ocn654617105mix19620.47Hiatt, Donald AlbertGeorge Edgar Vincent and Ray Lyman Wilbur: spokesmen for public health23ocn422944666visu19301.00Hearst Metrotone newsConference proceedingsMusicIntertitles: Another pennant for the Athletics. Connie Mack's boys again American League champs; they cinch the flag in game at Chicago -- The days of '49 live again. Cowboys at Raton, N.M., end the summer season with a dance reminiscent of pioneer times -- Lipton still longs for that Cup. Game as ever in defeat, Sir Thomas has only kind words for his conquerors -- U.S. tennis star regains crown. Vinnie Richards takes back the professional title from Kar[e]l Kozeluh at Forest Hills, N.Y. -- German Catholics hold a festival. Crowd of 150,000 attests loyalty to church in a striking pageant at Muenster -- Work starts on great Hoover Dam. Boulder project renamed in honor of president by Secretary [of the Interior] Wilbur at Las Vegas, Nev. Director of Reclamation Dr. Elwood Mead takes us on [river] tour of inspection [showing the canyon prior to start of construction]11ocn702912894mix0.47Cutler, Leland WLeland Whitman Cutler papersChiefly correspondence and working papers of the Board of Trustees. Reports and programs on future expansion of the University, papers of the Graduate School of Business and its Industrial Relations Division, the Lower Division, and the Department of Education. Correspondents include Charles A. Coolidge, E. P. Cubberley, Herbert Hoover, Judge Lorenzo Sawyer, Lewis M. Terman and Ray Lyman Wilbur. Also includes materials pertaining to the construction of the Stanford stadium11ocn086130480mix0.47Keen, A. MyraA. Myra Keen papersPapers consist of correspondence with colleagues and former students, 1936-65; correspondence with her publisher Stanford University Press, 1937-80; and papers (correspondence, memos, reports, minutes, and financial records) relating to the Department of Earth Sciences and fossil and shell collections, 1937-1981. Correspondents include Edwin C. Allison, Ralph Arnold, Agustin Ayala-Castanares, Reginald Wright Barker, Herdis Bentson, Eliot Blackwelder, Welsey Roswell Coe, J. Wyatt Durham, Richard H. Jahns, Konrad Krauskopf, Owen T. Marsh, Erwin Remson, Donald B. Tresidder, Charles E. Weaver, and Ray Lyman Wilbur11ocn122510673mix0.47Kathleen Thompson Norris and Charles Gilman Norris PapersContains manuscripts and correspondence of Kathleen Thompson Norris and Charles Gilman Norris. Also includes photographs and articles about the two authors. Accession 1986-070, THE MOVING FINGER, is shelved separately with accessions 1982-065 and 1983-057, RED SILENCE11ocn122446132mix19800.47Levison, Robert MarkRobert Mark Levison : an interview conducted by Frederic O. GloverInterview conducted in April and May, 1980. Subjects include the development of Stanford University, fundraising, and the Stanford Associates11ocn122369440mix0.47Robinson, Elmer EThe Elmer E. Robinson manuscript collection of American history and governmentHistoryLetters, autographs, account books, and printed material by or about noted figures in American history and politics. Also includes material of general historical or political interest11ocn462019635mix0.47Robinson, Edgar EugeneEdgar Eugene Robinson papersCorrespondence, journals, newsclippings, drafts and manuscripts, lecture notes, syllabi, student term papers and administrative documents relating to Dr. Robinson's tenure as chairman of the History Department, his publications, work with the Commonwealth Club, and local defense activities during World War II. Correspondents include E.D. Adams, Margery Bailey, Thomas A. Bailey, Edwin A. Cottrell, Ellwood P. Cubberley, Max Farrand, Albert Léon Guérard, David Harris, David Starr Jordan, George H. Knoles, Walter Lippman, Ralph H. Lutz, Alice M. Rose, Lewis M. Terman, Payson Jackson Treat, Frederick Jackson Turner, Ray Lyman Wilbur, John D. Works, and Yamato Ichihashi. Also includes oral memoirs (7 reels) and material relating to Herbert Hoover; correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia of his first wife Katherine Young Robinson; and correspondence of his second wife Lisette Robinson11ocn122332846mix0.47Stanford war recordsRecords of Stanford University faculty and student participation in World Wars I and II. Chiefly papers regarding the establishment of ambulance units, personal narratives of servicemen and correspondence with those in the service, drafts of a Stanford war history by Dr. C. A. Duniway, records of each Stanford participant in the First World War, records regarding women in war work, Student Army Training Corps, civil defense, and war courses, photographs and memorabilia11ocn122289255mix0.47Russell, IsaacIsaac Russell papersHistoryCorrespondence, manuscripts, published articles and newsclippings, government and legal documents, photographs, and ephemera. Major correspondents include Clarence Darrow, Bernard De Voto, Wallace Irwin, David Starr Jordan, Theodore Roosevelt, Upton Sinclair, Ida M. Tarbell, Melvin Vaniman, Ray Lyman Wilbur, and the Wright brothers. Major stories include coverage of the Titanic, the Wright brothers, and Pancho Villa. Personal scrapbooks and a photoalbum date from Russell's stay in the Philippines during the Spanish American War11ocn145787559mixBlaine, Anita McCormickAnita McCormick Blaine correspondence and papersMrs. Blaine established the Francis W. Parker elementary school on Chicago's near north side and assisted its first principal, Flora J. Cooke. Her papers demonstrate the extent to which she gave of her own time to insure its success. Between 1905 and 1907 her service as a member of Chicago's Board of Education produced a large file of minutes, reports, recommendations, and correspondence relating to Chicago's public schools. Although less personally involved, her concern for education expanded to include institutions throughout the country and abroad, as documented in her correspondence11ocn122500422mix0.47Terman, Lewis MLewis Madison Terman papersCorrespondence and data for Terman's study of the gifted; correspondence and data on tests and testing: Army Alpha and Beta tests, Stanford revision of the Binet-Simon Intelligence scale, Stanford Achievement Test, Terman McNemar Test of Mental Ability, Terman Group Test, Attitude-Interest Analysis Tests, and Male Female Tests; professional correspondence with colleagues11ocn052247997mix1.00World Citizens AssociationRecordsContains correspondence, financial records, minutes, information on the history of the Association and World Foundation groups, manuscripts, publications, speeches, reports, membership files, and a scrapbook. Material relates to the administration of the Association, publications and activities sponsored by the Association, and cooperative efforts with similar organizations. Includes files of Edwin H. Cassels, treasurer and an executive director. Also includes correspondence of members and officers of the Association, including Frank Aydelotte, Anita M. Blaine, Henri Bonnet, Edwin Clough, Edwin Embree, Paul Kellogg, Adlai Stevenson, Henry W. Toll, Ray Lyman Wilbur, and Quincy Wright11ocn028409505mix1.00Clemens, CyrilRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Jay N. Darling, T.S. Eliot, Hamlin Garland, Herbert Hoover, Christopher Morley, Philip Stong, Ray Lyman Wilbur, and Grant Wood11ocn154270109mixInternational Education BoardThe collection includes personnel and fellowship files, traveling professorship records, correspondence, memoranda, charts, clippings and surveys. There is a corresponding photograph collection of 140 items11ocn802856813book19501.00Swain, Robert ERay Lyman Wilbur : 1875-194911ocn462018802mix0.47Shoup, PaulPaul Shoup papersBusiness and personal correspondence, business, legal and financial papers, bills and acts of Congress, governmental documents, political campaign material, minutes of meetings, texts of articles and printed materials covering the period of Shoup's presidency (1929-32) and vice chairmanship (1932-38) of the Southern Pacific Company and his interest and involvement with development and oil companies, notably the Tide Water Oil GroupFri Feb 13 10:31:13 EST 2015batch29385