Guide to the Northwestern University Settlement Association Records Case Files

Collection Title: Northwestern University Settlement Association Records Case Files
Dates: 1908-1975
Identification: 41/2
Creator: Northwestern University Settlement (Chicago, Ill.)
Extent: 91 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The Northwestern University Settlement Association was founded in 1891 by a group of administrators and faculty from Northwestern University in order to provide social services, educational programs, referrals, and emergency relief to a poor immigrant neighborhood on Chicago's near northwest side. The Case Files typically feature a case number, client name and the names of immediate family members, their ages, address, occupation, a summary of the problem or problems which resulted in Settlement intervention, and the result of the intervention or a brief notation concerning case disposition. Many cases include other forms such as delinquency reports, insanity decrees, chronic alcoholism evaluations, arrest slips, court summaries, clothing vouchers, referrals for employment and promissory notes.
Acquisition Information: These records have been separated from Accession # 90-160, and donated to the University Archives by the Northwestern University Settlement via Executive Director Ron Manderschied and Doris Overboe on October 15, 1990.
Processing Information: Kaia L. Densch, Sherry Bosse, and Wendy Russell; March-July, 1996.The second addition was processed by Kaia L. Densch, October, 1997.
Separated Materials: None.
Conditions Governing Access: The Case Files may be consulted only with the permission of the University Archivist.
Related Materials: The records' original arrangement, in alphabetical order by subject, was retained, but several large, coherent categories were separated from the General Administrative Files, organized separately, and assigned their own series numbers.Series 41/1: General Administrative Files, 1891-1995, 73 boxesSeries 41/2: Case Files, 1908-1976, 79 boxesSeries 41/3: Delinquent Boys Case Files, 1929-31, 1938-9, 5 boxesSeries 41/4: Financial Records, 1918-1971Series 41/5:Clubs and Classes Attendance and Registration Cards, 1936-1953, 25 boxesSeries 41/6: Photographs, 1890-1991, 8 boxesSeries 41/7: Scrapbooks, 1892-1984, 20 boxesSeries 41/8: Evanston Woman's Board, 1911-1990, 7 boxesSeries 41/9: North Shore Junior Board, 1937-1992, 14 boxesSeries 41/10: Lenora E. Clark Diary, 1906-1910, 1 boxSeries 41/11: Food Client Records, 1985-1986, 3 boxes
Repository: Northwestern University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Biographical/Historical Information

The Northwestern University Settlement Association was founded in 1891 by Northwestern University president Henry Wade Rogers, his wife, Emma Winner Rogers, and Charles Zeublin, a Northwestern alumnus, class of 1887. Zeublin had returned to Chicago after having spent time at the first university settlement, Toynbee Hall, in London. He and the Rogers wanted to forge a tie between the settlement they were planning to establish in Chicago and Northwestern University. From the beginning, however, the Settlement’s link with the University was based on the support and involvement of individuals variously connected with Northwestern rather than through a formal association with the University.

The founders selected a poor, primarily immigrant neighborhood on the near northwest side of Chicago for the site of the Settlement. At the time, the area’s residents were primarily Polish and Catholic, although other groups were represented, including Russian and Polish Jews, Germans, and Scandinavians. The neighborhood remained primarily Polish until the 1950s when it became home mainly to residents of Puerto Rican origin and ancestry.

In early 1892, Northwestern University Settlement rented a six-room apartment over a feed store at 143 West Division. Another rented space, “Evanston Hall,” at 225 West Division, served as a reading room and club meeting hall. These spaces were quickly outgrown and the Settlement moved to 26 West Rice Street, and later to 252 West Chicago Avenue. In 1901 the Settlement moved into its own newly-constructed building on the northwest corner of Augusta Boulevard and Noble Street (1400 West Augusta), a building it still occupies. A playground was built on the roof of the building in 1911, and in the 1950s, the Settlement built its Allison Gymnasium on an adjoining lot. More recently a new “Evanston Hall” community center was added to the complex.

In accordance with the founding concept of the settlement movement, the Northwestern University Settlement was staffed by resident workers, most of whom volunteered their services. As many as twenty-two residents lived on the premises at one time, assisted by up to one hundred and fifty non-resident volunteer or paid workers. The number of residents declined after the Second World War, as residents who retired or left the Settlement were replaced by non-resident staff.

The Settlement is strongly identified with the personalities of two important, long-term Head Residents, Harriet E. Vittum and Michael Rachwalski. Harriet Vittum (1872-1953) joined the Settlement as a volunteer in 1904, became Head Resident in 1907, and served in this capacity until 1947. She was involved in many activities beyond the Settlement, including an unsuccessful bid for alderman in 1914, serving as chair of the Woman’s Campaign for Charles Evans Hughes in his 1916 Presidential race, forming the Roll Call of American Women (an isolationist group which later merged with America First) in 1940, and delivering numerous speeches promoting social service and political involvement.

Michael Rachwalski (1901-1987) grew up in the Settlement neighborhood, and participated in many of the Settlement’s activities. He returned from World War I military service to join the Settlement staff, serving as Director of the Men’s Department and then Assistant Head Resident. In 1943, Rachwalski married another resident, Helen Loth Blomgren (1900-1977). He succeeded Vitum as Head Resident in 1947 and held the post until his retirement in 1981. Rachwalski was the last Head Resident to reside at the Settlement. Executive Director Ron Mandershied succeeded Rachwalski in 1981.

To meet the needs of its constituency, the Settlement both undertook activities to improve the conditions of the neighborhood and worked to help residents through its clubs and classes, social events, camping programs, and relief and emergency services. The Settlement also has been affiliated with such social service agencies as the Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago and the Chicago and National Federations of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers.

Activities of the Settlement were organized into departments according to the group or function served, such as the Little Children’s Department, the Men’s Department and the Health Department. Staff taught classes in music, elocution, English, arts and crafts, domestic science, health and hygiene, dance, and athletics. A day nursery was established in 1897 to provide for neighborhood children with working mothers. The Settlement offered citizenship classes from its earliest years. It also offered programs subsidized by governmental agencies, such as the Works Progress Administration’s Emergency Education Program in the 1930s or the Model Cities’ Summer Youth Employment Program in the 1970s and 1980s.

The Settlement’s clubs served all ages and interest groups, and ranged from the Boy Scouts to the Teens’ Club, Fathers’ Club, and Golden Agers. The umbrella organization for the clubs was the Neighborhood Guild, organized in 1904, which included members from each Settlement club and department. In 1914 the Guild took over the publication of the Neighbor, a Settlement newsletter begun in 1899. The Settlement also served as a social center, furnishing game rooms, a library, meeting rooms and, for a short time, a bakery and coffee house, as well as sponsoring cultural and athletic events and hosting parties.

One of the longest-running programs offered by the Settlement has been its camping program. As early as 1897 the Settlement sponsored summer vacations for neighborhood children. By 1911, the Settlement Boy Scout troop had established a campsite outside the city, the House in the Wood, which was used by boys and girls until the 1920s. A second House in the Wood, located in a Cook County Forest Preserve, was replaced in 1952 when the Settlement acquired a large site on Lake Delavan in Wisconsin. Each summer groups of children and senior citizens attend this camp for a week or two at a time. Year-round programs have been offered since 1983 and in 1988 a conference center opened on the site.

Although the Settlement is not a charitable organization, its mission has always included furnishing emergency services to the residents in its neighborhood. During the Great Depression the Settlement provided both relief and employment assistance as well as vocational training workshops. The Settlement continues to distribute food baskets at Christmas, provide emergency supplies through its Food Pantry and used clothing repository, and offer emergency counseling and referrals to social service agencies. Settlement workers also made home visits, gave legal advice, and accompanied neighborhood residents to court.

The organizational structure of the Northwestern University Settlement Association has remained essentially the same over the years. The Board of Directors, originally called the Council, manages the Settlement’s funds and affairs, assisted by an advisory Executive Committee or Central Committee. These advisory boards include representatives from each of the auxiliary boards. The primary function of the auxiliary boards has been fund-raising. The oldest extant auxiliary board, the Evanston Woman’s Board, was formed in 1909. The North Shore Junior Board was organized in 1936 to help fund the camping activities at the House in the Wood.

Contributions from the Board of Directors and the auxiliary boards provided the largest source of funds for the Settlement until the 1980s when investment income became its financial mainstay. Even with the support of the boards, funding for the Settlement has always been an ongoing and time-consuming challenge. After 1934, the Settlement obtained between one-sixth and one-fourth of its funding from the Chicago Community Fund of the United Way. The Settlement continues to augment its funds with grants from local and federal governmental agencies.

In 1992, led by Executive Director Ron Manderschied and Board President Daniel Vittum, the Northwestern University Settlement Association (NUSA) celebrated its centennial anniversary of service to the West Town community. The Settlement continued to enhance the quality and scope of its operations. Through the fundraising activities of the various auxiliary boards, as well as grant funding, the Settlement was able to provide its West Town neighbors with new services and expansions to the Settlement building, including Evanston Hall and the Vittum Theater, which soon housed innovative arts programs.

A number of social services, such as the Northwestern Legal Aid Clinic, began operating through offices within the Settlement. West Town Tile, an entrepreneurial program, linked neighborhood women with jobs in the West Town Tile Center. NUSA embarked on a reduction of gang presence in the West Town/ Humboldt Park community by promoting a gang-free environment within the Settlement, and by working with the City of Chicago to transform the through street immediately outside the building into a cul-de-sac, which greatly reduced gang and drug activity.

The Settlement continually expanded its group activities and support services for all ages. Especially exciting for the Settlement was the Matadors Boxing Club, a sports club managed through the Settlement, which saw great success from 1990 to 1999. Two of the Matadors who trained through the Settlement went on to the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia; one of them, Nate Jones, earned a bronze medal. Several other boxers also competed very successfully in national competitions, bringing national recognition to Coach Tom O’Shea and the Matadors Boxing Club.

Starting in 1998, government-funded Americorps employees began to join the Settlement staff to help strengthen programs and services. Also in 1998 the Settlement initiated plans for its own public charter school, the Noble Street Charter School. After approval from the Central Office of the Chicago Public Schools, Noble Street Charter School opened its doors in 1999.

For more information on the Northwestern University Settlement Association, see The Worn Doorstep, written by Mark Wukas (Chicago: Northwestern University Settlement Association, 1991) to mark the centennial of the Settlement. See also the Neighbor, filed with the University Archives serial publications collection.

Scope and Content

The Northwestern University Settlement Case Files fill seventy-nine boxes and span the period 1908-1975, with the bulk of the material dating from 1928 to 1939. Individual case files typically feature a pre-printed case form on which is recorded case number, client name and the names of immediate family members, their ages, address, occupation, and a summary of the problem or problems which resulted in Settlement intervention. The result of the intervention or a brief notation concerning case disposition may also be found on the form or in ancillary documentation. Many cases include other forms such as delinquency reports, insanity decrees, chronic alcoholism evaluations, arrest slips, court summaries, clothing vouchers, referrals for employment and promissory notes.

Narrative reports of field visits by Settlement caseworkers often complete the case forms or may be on separate Visitor's Report slips. Various relief-related materials including coal receipts, eviction notices, medical and household budget forms and utility bills are scattered throughout the records. Supplemental correspondence may be found occasionally in the collection.

The files document caseworker intervention on a variety of personal, family, or social problems encountered by the Settlement's client population. The bulk of the files document problems associated with poverty, as well as marital and family disputes, domestic abuse, truancy, prostitution, petty, and in some instances major criminal activity.

The majority of the early case records concern first or second generation Polish immigrant families residing in the neighborhoods surrounding the Settlement. Given the demographics of neighborhood succession in this area, the Settlement's client population became, by the early 1960s, increasingly Puerto Rican and African-American. Case files dating from more recent years tend to contain less information than the early records.

Description of the Addition

The first addition to the Northwestern University Settlement Case Files fills one folder and spans the date 1974-1976. The records are arranged sequentially by case number which follows a rough chronology. Individual case files typically feature a pre-printed case form on which is recorded case number, client name and the names of immediate family members, their ages, address, occupation, and a summary of the problem or problems which resulted in Settlement intervention. Many cases also include a letter of introduction of the client and their immediate needs sent to the Northwestern University Settlement from other social service agencies in the Chicago area.

Description of the Addition

This addition to the Northwestern University Settlement Association Case Files spans the years 1922-1940 and fills twelve boxes. Boxes 80-86 contain case file cards organized alphabetically by street name, and thereafter sequentially by street address number. Case file cards typically contain the names of client members and their family, address, and case number.

Boxes 87-91 contain case file cards arranged alphabetically by surname. Cards typically include the client's name, family members and address. They may also include information on the cause of contact with the Settlement Association, the case file number, and a date.

Arrangement of Materials

The records are arranged sequentially by case number which follows a rough chronology.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Northwestern University Settlement (Chicago, Ill.)

Subjects

Family services--Illinois--Chicago

Social service--Illinois--Chicago--Societies, etc.

Social settlements--Illinois--Chicago


Container List / Contents

  • Cases 2-111, ca. 1908Box 1, Folder 1
  • Cases 112-198, ca. 1909Box 1, Folder 2
  • Cases 199-279, ca. 1909Box 1, Folder 3
  • Cases 280-359, ca. 1909Box 1, Folder 4
  • Cases 360-434, ca. 1910Box 1, Folder 5
  • Cases 436-500, ca. 1910Box 1, Folder 6
  • Cases 504-586, ca. 1910Box 1, Folder 7
  • Cases 590-653, ca. 1910Box 1, Folder 8
  • Cases 655-685, ca. 1910Box 2, Folder 1
  • Cases 713-790, ca. 1910Box 2, Folder 2
  • Cases 791-845, ca. 1910Box 2, Folder 3
  • Cases 848-939, ca. 1910Box 2, Folder 4
  • Cases 942-998, ca. 1911Box 2, Folder 5
  • Cases 1001-1056, ca. 1911Box 2, Folder 6
  • Cases 1057-1130, ca. 1911Box 2, Folder 7
  • Cases 1131-1155, ca. 1911Box 2, Folder 8
  • Cases 1160-1199, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 1
  • Cases 1202-1230, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 2
  • Cases 1231-1300, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 3
  • Cases 1302-1336, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 4
  • Cases 1337-1399, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 5
  • Cases 1400-1450, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 6
  • Cases 1451-1501, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 7
  • Cases 1502-1552, ca. 1912Box 3, Folder 8
  • Cases 1553-1626, ca. 1912Box 4, Folder 1
  • Cases 1627-1705, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 2
  • Cases 1706-1745, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 3
  • Cases 1746-1777, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 4
  • Cases 1778-1814, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 5
  • Cases 1815-1870, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 6
  • Cases 1871-1925, ca. 1913Box 4, Folder 7
  • Cases 1926-1967, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 1
  • Cases 1968-1994, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 2
  • Cases 1995-2060, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 3
  • Cases 2061-2090, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 4
  • Cases 2091-2132, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 5
  • Cases 2133-2150, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 6
  • Cases 2151-2207, ca. 1913Box 5, Folder 7
  • Cases 2208-2258, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 1
  • Cases 2259-2305, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 2
  • Cases 2307-2355, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 3
  • Cases 2356-2406, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 4
  • Cases 2407-2478, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 5
  • Cases 2480-2531, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 6
  • Cases 2532-2591, ca. 1913Box 6, Folder 7
  • Cases 2592-2651, ca. 1913Box 7, Folder 1
  • Cases 2652-2706, ca. 1913Box 7, Folder 2
  • Cases 2707-2768, ca. 1914Box 7, Folder 3
  • Cases 2769-2823, ca. 1914Box 7, Folder 4
  • Cases 2824-2889, ca. 1914Box 7, Folder 5
  • Cases 2890-2899, ca. 1914Box 7, Folder 6
  • Cases 2901-2955, ca. 1914Box 7, Folder 7
  • Cases 2956-3000, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 1
  • Cases 3001-3051, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 2
  • Cases 3053-3110, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 3
  • Cases 3111-3145, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 4
  • Cases 3146-3195, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 5
  • Cases 3196-3233, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 6
  • Cases 3234-3280, ca. 1914Box 8, Folder 7
  • Cases 3282-3331, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 1
  • Cases 3332-3381, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 2
  • Cases 3382-3433, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 3
  • Cases 3434-3484, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 4
  • Cases 3485-3550, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 5
  • Cases 3551-3600, ca. 1914Box 9, Folder 6
  • Cases 3601-3645, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 1
  • Cases 3646-3694, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 2
  • Cases 3695-3731, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 3
  • Cases 3732-Kosmoski (photocopied, originals severely damaged), ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 4
  • Cases 3733-3786, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 5
  • Cases 3787-3837, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 6
  • Cases 3838-3889, ca. 1914Box 10, Folder 7
  • Cases 3890-3941, ca. 1914Box 11, Folder 1
  • Cases 3942-4000, ca. 1914Box 11, Folder 2
  • Cases 4001-4052, ca. 1914-1915Box 11, Folder 3
  • Cases 4053-4113, ca. 1914Box 11, Folder 4
  • Cases 4114-4168, ca. 1914Box 11, Folder 5
  • Cases 4169-4209, ca. 1914-1915Box 11, Folder 6
  • Cases 4210-4250, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 1
  • Cases 4251-4305, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 2
  • Cases 4306-4360, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 3
  • Cases 4361-4413, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 4
  • Cases 4414-4472, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 5
  • Cases 4473-4511, ca. 1915Box 12, Folder 6
  • Cases 4512-4583, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 1
  • Cases 4584-4648, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 2
  • Cases 4649-4702, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 3
  • Cases 4703-4753, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 4
  • Cases 4754-4810, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 5
  • Cases 4811-4873, ca. 1915Box 13, Folder 6
  • Cases 4875-4950, ca. 1915Box 14, Folder 1
  • Cases 4951-5000, ca. 1915Box 14, Folder 2
  • Cases 5001-5053, ca. 1915Box 14, Folder 3
  • Cases 5054-5100, ca. 1915Box 14, Folder 4
  • Cases 5101-5163, ca. 1915Box 14, Folder 5
  • Cases 5164-5214, ca. 1915-1916Box 14, Folder 6
  • Cases 5215-5268, ca. 1916Box 15, Folder 1
  • Cases 5269-5328, ca. 1916Box 15, Folder 2
  • Cases 5329-5375, ca. 1916Box 15, Folder 3
  • Cases 5377-5438, ca. 1916Box 15, Folder 4
  • Cases 5439-5504, ca. 1916Box 15, Folder 5
  • Cases 5505-5546, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 1
  • Cases 5547-5606, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 2
  • Cases 5607-5650, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 3
  • Cases 5651-5695, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 4
  • Cases 5696-5741, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 5
  • Cases 5742-5789, ca. 1916Box 16, Folder 6
  • Cases 5790-5841, ca. 1916Box 17, Folder 1
  • Cases 5842-5897, ca. 1916Box 17, Folder 2
  • Cases 5898-5951, ca. 1917Box 17, Folder 3
  • Cases 5952-5960, ca. 1917Box 17, Folder 4
  • Cases 5961-6013, ca. 1917Box 17, Folder 5
  • Cases 6014-6062, ca. 1917Box 17, Folder 6
  • Cases 6064-6128, ca. 1917Box 18, Folder 1
  • Cases 6129-6171, ca. 1917Box 18, Folder 2
  • Cases 6172-6235, ca. 1917Box 18, Folder 3
  • Cases 6236-6300, ca. 1918Box 18, Folder 4
  • Cases 6302-6350, ca. 1918Box 18, Folder 5
  • Cases 6351-6375, ca. 1917-1918Box 18, Folder 6
  • Cases 6376-6405, ca. 1917-1918Box 18, Folder 7
  • Cases 6406-6436, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 1
  • Cases 6437-6456, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 2
  • Cases 6457-6482, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 3
  • Cases 6483-6516, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 4
  • Cases 6517-6541, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 5
  • Cases 6542-6566, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 6
  • Cases 6567-6596, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 7
  • Cases 6597-6606, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 8
  • Cases 6607-6646, ca. 1918Box 19, Folder 9
  • Cases 6647-6676, ca. 1919Box 19, Folder 10
  • Cases 6677-6706, ca. 1919Box 19, Folder 11
  • Cases 6707-6756, ca. 1919Box 20, Folder 1
  • Cases 6757-6786, ca. 1919Box 20, Folder 2
  • Cases 6787-6826, ca. 1919Box 20, Folder 3
  • Cases 6827-6856, ca. 1919Box 20, Folder 4
  • Cases 6857-6885, ca. 1921Box 20, Folder 5
  • Cases 6887-6916, ca. 1921Box 20, Folder 6
  • Cases 6917-6936 1/2, ca. 1921Box 20, Folder 7
  • Cases 6938-6966, ca. 1921Box 20, Folder 8
  • Cases 6967-6993, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 1
  • Cases 6994-7018, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 2
  • Cases 7019-7050, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 3
  • Cases 7052-7086, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 4
  • Cases 7087-7111, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 5
  • Cases 7112-7139, ca. 1921Box 21, Folder 6
  • Cases 7140-7182, ca. 1921-1922Box 22, Folder 1
  • Cases 7183-7222, ca. 1921-1922Box 22, Folder 2
  • Cases 7223-7264, ca. 1919-1922Box 22, Folder 3
  • Cases 7265-7302, ca. 1922Box 22, Folder 4
  • Cases 7303-7330, ca. 1922Box 22, Folder 5
  • Cases 7331-7363, ca. 1922Box 22, Folder 6
  • Cases 7364-7394, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 1
  • Cases 7395-7429, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 2
  • Cases 7430-7471, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 3
  • Cases 7472-7512, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 4
  • Cases 7513-7553, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 5
  • Cases 7554-7580, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 6
  • Cases 7582-7600, ca. 1922Box 23, Folder 7
  • Cases 7601-7650, ca. 1922Box 24, Folder 1
  • Cases 7651-7700, ca. 1922Box 24, Folder 2
  • Cases 7701-7741, ca. 1922Box 24, Folder 3
  • Cases 7743-7800, ca. 1922Box 24, Folder 4
  • Cases 7801-7850, ca. 1922Box 24, Folder 5
  • Cases 7582-7600, ca. 1922Box 25, Folder 1
  • Cases 7899-7935, ca. 1922Box 25, Folder 2
  • Cases 7936-7969, ca. 1922Box 25, Folder 3
  • Cases 7972-8023, ca. 1922-1923Box 25, Folder 4
  • Cases 8024-8060, ca. 1923Box 25, Folder 5
  • Cases 8061-8091, ca. 1923Box 26, Folder 1
  • Cases 8093-8125, ca. 1923Box 26, Folder 2
  • Cases 8127-8153, ca. 1923Box 26, Folder 3
  • Cases 8155-8184, ca. 1923Box 26, Folder 4
  • Cases 8185-8217, ca. 1923Box 26, Folder 5
  • Cases 8218-8264, ca. 1923Box 27, Folder 1
  • Cases 8265-8315, ca. 1923Box 27, Folder 2
  • Cases 8316-8368, ca. 1923-1924Box 27, Folder 3
  • Cases 8369-8405, ca. 1924Box 27, Folder 4
  • Cases 8406-8445, ca. 1924Box 27, Folder 5
  • Cases 8446-8490, ca. 1924Box 28, Folder 1
  • Cases 8491-8555, ca. 1924Box 28, Folder 2
  • Cases 8556-8589, ca. 1924Box 28, Folder 3
  • Cases 8592-8615, ca. 1924-1925Box 28, Folder 4
  • Cases 8616-8649, ca. 1925Box 28, Folder 5
  • Cases 8650-8683, ca. 1925Box 28, Folder 6
  • Cases 8684-8738, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 1
  • Cases 8739-8783, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 2
  • Cases 8784-8805, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 3
  • Cases 8806-8850, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 4
  • Cases 8851-8879, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 5
  • Cases 8880-8916, ca. 1925Box 29, Folder 6
  • Cases 8918-8961, ca. 1925Box 30, Folder 1
  • Cases 8962-8992, ca. 1925Box 30, Folder 2
  • Cases 8993-9013, ca. 1925Box 30, Folder 3
  • Cases 9014-9037, ca. 1926Box 30, Folder 4
  • Cases 9038-9069, ca. 1926Box 30, Folder 5
  • Cases 9070-9112, ca. 1926Box 30, Folder 6
  • Cases 9113-9160, ca. 1926Box 31, Folder 1
  • Cases 9161-9217, ca. 1926Box 31, Folder 2
  • Cases 9218-9265, ca. 1926Box 31, Folder 3
  • Cases 9266-9340, ca. 1926Box 31, Folder 4
  • Cases 9341-9375, ca. 1926Box 32, Folder 1
  • Cases 9377-9412, ca. 1926Box 32, Folder 2
  • Cases 9413-9452, ca. 1926-1927Box 32, Folder 3
  • Cases 9453-9496, ca. 1926Box 32, Folder 4
  • Cases 9497-9533, ca. 1926Box 32, Folder 5
  • Cases 9534-9570, ca. 1927Box 32, Folder 6
  • Cases 9571-9619, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 1
  • Cases 9620-9680, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 2
  • Cases 9681-9717, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 3
  • Cases 9718-9740, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 4
  • Cases 9741-9774, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 5
  • Cases 9775-9800, ca. 1927Box 33, Folder 6
  • Cases 9801-9839, ca. 1927Box 34, Folder 1
  • Cases 9840-9877, ca. 1927Box 34, Folder 2
  • Cases 9878-9920, ca. 1927Box 34, Folder 3
  • Cases 9921-9971, ca. 1927Box 34, Folder 4
  • Cases 9972-10020, ca. 1927Box 34, Folder 5
  • Cases 10021-10059, ca. 1927Box 35, Folder 1
  • Cases 10061-10104, ca. 1927Box 35, Folder 2
  • Cases 10105-10140, ca. 1927Box 35, Folder 3
  • Cases 10141-10184, ca. 1927Box 35, Folder 4
  • Cases 10185-10220, ca. 1927Box 35, Folder 5
  • Cases 10221-10250, ca. 1927Box 36, Folder 1
  • Cases 10251-10293, ca. 1927Box 36, Folder 2
  • Cases 10294-10330, ca. 1927Box 36, Folder 3
  • Cases 10331-10370, ca. 1927Box 36, Folder 4
  • Cases 10371-10406, ca. 1927Box 36, Folder 5
  • Cases 10407-10443, ca. 1927Box 37, Folder 1
  • Cases 10444-10481, ca. 1927Box 37, Folder 2
  • Cases 10482-10502, ca. 1927Box 37, Folder 3
  • Cases 10503-10531, ca. 1927Box 37, Folder 4
  • Cases 10532-10568, ca. 1927-1928Box 37, Folder 5
  • Cases 10569-10600, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 1
  • Cases 10601-10628, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 2
  • Cases 10629-10652, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 3
  • Cases 10653-10679, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 4
  • Cases 10680-10714, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 5
  • Cases 10716-10738, ca. 1928Box 38, Folder 6
  • Cases 10739-10773, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 1
  • Cases 10774-10808, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 2
  • Cases 10809-10843, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 3
  • Cases 10844-10871, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 4
  • Cases 10872-10892, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 5
  • Cases 10893-10901, ca. 1928Box 39, Folder 6
  • Cases 10902-10937, ca. 1928Box 40, Folder 1
  • Cases 10938-10958, ca. 1928-1929Box 40, Folder 2
  • Cases 10959-10979, ca. 1929Box 40, Folder 3
  • Cases 10980-11003, ca. 1929Box 40, Folder 4
  • Cases 11004-11032, ca. 1929Box 40, Folder 5
  • Cases 11033-11057, ca. 1929Box 40, Folder 6
  • Cases 11058-11083, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 1
  • Cases 11084-11107, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 2
  • Cases 11108-11137, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 3
  • Cases 11138-11161, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 4
  • Cases 11162-11173, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 5
  • Cases 11174-11197, ca. 1929Box 41, Folder 6
  • Cases 11198-11234, ca. 1929Box 42, Folder 1
  • Cases 11235-11261, ca. 1929Box 42, Folder 2
  • Cases 11262-11293, ca. 1929Box 42, Folder 3
  • Cases 11294-11330, ca. 1929Box 42, Folder 4
  • Cases 11331-11362, ca. 1929Box 42, Folder 5
  • Cases 11363-11402, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 1
  • Cases 11403-11433, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 2
  • Cases 11434-11464, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 3
  • Cases 11465-11491, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 4
  • Cases 11492-11522, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 5
  • Cases 11523-11534, ca. 1929Box 43, Folder 6
  • Cases 11535-11563, ca. 1929Box 44, Folder 1
  • Cases 11564-11590, ca. 1929Box 44, Folder 2
  • Cases 11591-11609, ca. 1929Box 44, Folder 3
  • Cases 11610-11636, ca. 1929-1930Box 44, Folder 4
  • Cases 11637-11670, ca. 1930Box 44, Folder 5
  • Cases 11671-11682, ca. 1930Box 44, Folder 6
  • Cases 11683-11715, ca. 1930Box 45, Folder 1
  • Cases 11716-11750, ca. 1930Box 45, Folder 2
  • Cases 11751-11775, ca. 1930Box 45, Folder 3
  • Cases 11776-11800, ca. 1930Box 45, Folder 4
  • Cases 11801-11833, ca. 1930Box 45, Folder 5
  • Cases 11834-11867, ca. 1930Box 46, Folder 1
  • Cases 11868-11910, ca. 1930Box 46, Folder 2
  • Cases 11911-11950, ca. 1930Box 46, Folder 3
  • Cases 11951-11973, ca. 1930Box 46, Folder 4
  • Cases 11974-12003, ca. 1930Box 46, Folder 5
  • Cases 12004-12023, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 1
  • Cases 12024-12060, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 2
  • Cases 12061-12082, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 3
  • Cases 12083-12106, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 4
  • Cases 12107-12139, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 5
  • Cases 12140-12158, ca. 1930Box 47, Folder 6
  • Cases 12159-12190, ca. 1930Box 48, Folder 1
  • Cases 12191-12226, ca. 1930Box 48, Folder 2
  • Cases 12227-12260, ca. 1930Box 48, Folder 3
  • Cases 12261-12297, ca. 1930Box 48, Folder 4
  • Cases 12298-12322, ca. 1930Box 48, Folder 5
  • Cases 12323-12344, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 1
  • Cases 12345-12365, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 2
  • Cases 12366-12390, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 3
  • Cases 12391-12407, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 4
  • Cases 12409-12431, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 5
  • Cases 12432-12454, ca. 1930Box 49, Folder 6
  • Cases 12455-12472, ca. 1930Box 50, Folder 1
  • Cases 12473-12498, ca. 1930Box 50, Folder 2
  • Cases 12499-12527, ca. 1930Box 50, Folder 3
  • Cases 12528-12557, ca. 1930Box 50, Folder 4
  • Cases 12558-12584, ca. 1930Box 50, Folder 5
  • Cases 12585-12627, ca. 1930-1931Box 51, Folder 1
  • Cases 12628-12670, ca. 1931Box 51, Folder 2
  • Cases 12671-12718, ca. 1931Box 51, Folder 3
  • Cases 12719-12759, ca. 1931Box 51, Folder 4
  • Cases 12760-12802, ca. 1931Box 51, Folder 5
  • Cases 12803-12832, ca. 1931Box 52, Folder 1
  • Cases 12833-12877, ca. 1931Box 52, Folder 2
  • Cases 12878-12912, ca. 1932Box 52, Folder 3
  • Cases 12913-12957, ca. 1932Box 52, Folder 4
  • Cases 12958-12979, ca. 1932Box 52, Folder 5
  • Cases 12980-13035, ca. 1932Box 52, Folder 6
  • Cases 13036-13071, ca. 1932Box 53, Folder 1
  • Cases 13072-13100, ca. 1932Box 53, Folder 2
  • Cases 13101-13135, ca. 1933Box 53, Folder 3
  • Cases 13136-13185, ca. 1933Box 53, Folder 4
  • Cases 13186-13237, ca. 1933Box 53, Folder 5
  • Cases 13238-13270, ca. 1933Box 54, Folder 1
  • Cases 13271-13321, ca. 1934Box 54, Folder 2
  • Cases 13322-13370, ca. 1934Box 54, Folder 3
  • Cases 13371-13416, ca. 1934Box 54, Folder 4
  • Cases 13417-13457, ca. 1934Box 54, Folder 5
  • Cases 13459-13504, ca. 1935Box 54, Folder 6
  • Cases 13505-13551, ca. 1935Box 55, Folder 1
  • Cases 13552-13597, ca. 1936Box 55, Folder 2
  • Cases 13598-13666, ca. 1936Box 55, Folder 3
  • Cases 13667-13740, ca. 1936Box 55, Folder 4
  • Cases 13741-13820, ca. 1936Box 55, Folder 5
  • Cases 13821-13890, ca. 1936Box 56, Folder 1
  • Cases 13891-13962, ca. 1936-1937Box 56, Folder 2
  • Cases 13963-14015, ca. 1937Box 56, Folder 3
  • Cases 14016-14091, ca. 1937Box 56, Folder 4
  • Cases 14092-14164, ca. 1937Box 56, Folder 5
  • Cases 14165-14230, ca. 1937Box 57, Folder 1
  • Cases 14231-14290, ca. 1937Box 57, Folder 2
  • Cases 14291-14365, ca. 1937-1938Box 57, Folder 3
  • Cases 14366-14436, ca. 1938Box 57, Folder 4
  • Cases 14437-14494, ca. 1938Box 57, Folder 5
  • Cases 14495-14545, ca. 1938Box 57, Folder 6
  • Cases 14546-14610, ca. 1938Box 58, Folder 1
  • Cases 14611-14672, ca. 1938-1939Box 58, Folder 2
  • Cases 14673-14737, ca. 1939Box 58, Folder 3
  • Cases 14738-14804, ca. 1939Box 58, Folder 4
  • Cases 14805-14863, ca. 1939Box 58, Folder 5
  • Cases 14865-14925, ca. 1939-1940Box 58, Folder 6
  • Cases 14926-14970, ca. 1940Box 59, Folder 1
  • Cases 14971-15046, ca. 1940Box 59, Folder 2
  • Cases 15047-15126, ca. 1941Box 59, Folder 3
  • Cases 15127-15201, ca. 1941Box 59, Folder 4
  • Cases 15202-15275, ca. 1942Box 59, Folder 5
  • Cases 15276-15328, ca. 1942, 1930Box 60, Folder 1
  • Cases 15329-15360, ca. 1930Box 60, Folder 2
  • Cases 15361-15395, ca. 1930Box 60, Folder 3
  • Cases 15396-15430, ca. 1930Box 60, Folder 4
  • Cases 15431-15468, ca. 1930Box 60, Folder 5
  • Cases 15469-15496, ca. 1930Box 61, Folder 1
  • Cases 15497-15518, ca. 1930Box 61, Folder 2
  • Cases 15519-15545, ca. 1930Box 61, Folder 3
  • Cases 15546-15571, ca. 1930Box 61, Folder 4
  • Cases 15572-15597, ca. 1930Box 61, Folder 5
  • Cases 15598-15622, ca. 1931Box 61, Folder 6
  • Cases 15623-15649, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 1
  • Cases 15650-15673, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 2
  • Cases 15674-15710, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 3
  • Cases 15711-15740, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 4
  • Cases 15741-15765, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 5
  • Cases 15766-15796, ca. 1931Box 62, Folder 6
  • Cases 15797-15834, ca. 1931Box 63, Folder 1
  • Cases 15835-15870, ca. 1931Box 63, Folder 2
  • Cases 15871-15910, ca. 1931Box 63, Folder 3
  • Cases 15911-15947, ca. 1931Box 63, Folder 4
  • Cases 15948-15980, ca. 1931Box 63, Folder 5
  • Cases 15981-16004, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 1
  • Cases 16005-16032, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 2
  • Cases 16033-16056, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 3
  • Cases 16057-16085, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 4
  • Cases 16086-16114, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 5
  • Cases 16115-16146, ca. 1931Box 64, Folder 6
  • Cases 16147-16170, ca. 1931Box 65, Folder 1
  • Cases 16171-16197, ca. 1931Box 65, Folder 2
  • Cases 16198-16218, ca. 1931Box 65, Folder 3
  • Cases 16219-16256, ca. 1931Box 65, Folder 4
  • Cases 16257-16287, ca. 1931Box 65, Folder 5
  • Cases 16288-16312, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 1
  • Cases 16313-16338, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 2
  • Cases 16339-16359, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 3
  • Cases 16360-16387, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 4
  • Cases 16388-16427, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 5
  • Cases 16430-16449, ca. 1931Box 66, Folder 6
  • Cases 16450-16447, ca. 1931Box 67, Folder 1
  • Cases 16478-16500, ca. 1931Box 67, Folder 2
  • Cases 16501-16517, ca. 1931Box 67, Folder 3
  • Cases 16518-16544, ca. 1931Box 67, Folder 4
  • Cases 16545-16579, ca. 1932Box 67, Folder 5
  • Cases 16580-16612, ca. 1932Box 67, Folder 6
  • Cases 16613-16631, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 1
  • Cases 16632-16665, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 2
  • Cases 16666-16697, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 3
  • Cases 16698-16739, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 4
  • Cases 16740-16783, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 5
  • Cases 16784-16822, ca. 1932Box 68, Folder 6
  • Cases 16823-16863, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 1
  • Cases 16864-16906, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 2
  • Cases 16907-16946, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 3
  • Cases 16947-16981, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 4
  • Cases 16982-17021, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 5
  • Cases 17022-17069, ca. 1932Box 69, Folder 6
  • Cases 17070-17104, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 1
  • Cases 17105-17143, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 2
  • Cases 17144-17178, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 3
  • Cases 17179-17212, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 4
  • Cases 17213-17243, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 5
  • Cases 17244-17274, ca. 1932Box 70, Folder 6
  • Cases 17275-17307, ca. 1932Box 71, Folder 1
  • Cases 17308-17349, ca. 1932Box 71, Folder 2
  • Cases 17350-17378, ca. 1932Box 71, Folder 3
  • Cases 17379-17407, ca. 1932Box 71, Folder 4
  • Cases 17408-17455, ca. 1932-1933Box 71, Folder 5
  • Cases 17456-17508, ca. 1933Box 71, Folder 6
  • Cases 17509-17553, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 1
  • Cases 17554-17593, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 2
  • Cases 17594-17638, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 3
  • Cases 17639-17689, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 4
  • Cases 17690-17740, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 5
  • Cases 17741-17777, ca. 1933Box 72, Folder 6
  • Cases 17778-17836, ca. 1933Box 73, Folder 1
  • Cases 17837-17895, ca. 1933Box 73, Folder 2
  • Cases 17896-17968, ca. 1933-1934Box 73, Folder 3
  • Cases 17969-18032, ca. 1934Box 73, Folder 4
  • Cases 18033-18103, ca. 1934Box 73, Folder 5
  • Cases 18104-18160, ca. 1934-1935Box 74, Folder 1
  • Cases 18161-18221, ca. 1935Box 74, Folder 2
  • Cases 18222-18279, ca. 1935Box 74, Folder 3
  • Cases 18280-18338, ca. 1936Box 74, Folder 4
  • Cases 18339-18380, ca. 1937Box 74, Folder 5
  • Cases 18381-18422, ca. 1937-1938Box 74, Folder 6
  • Cases 18423-18482, ca. 1938Box 75, Folder 1
  • Cases 18483-18548, ca. 1938-1939Box 75, Folder 2
  • Cases 18549-18599, ca. 1939Box 75, Folder 3
  • Cases 18600-18643, ca. 1939Box 75, Folder 4
  • Cases 18644-18687, ca. 1940Box 75, Folder 5
  • Cases 18688-18732, ca. 1940Box 75, Folder 6
  • Cases 18733-18779, ca. 1941Box 76, Folder 1
  • Cases 18780-18822, ca. 1941-1942Box 76, Folder 2
  • Cases 18823-18883, ca. 1942Box 76, Folder 3
  • Cases 18884-18939, ca. 1944-1949Box 76, Folder 4
  • Cases 18940-18999, ca. 1942-1950Box 76, Folder 5
  • Cases 19001-correspondence, ca. 1951Box 76, Folder 6
  • Cases 19002-19075, ca. 1945-1950Box 77, Folder 1
  • Cases 19076-19100, ca. 1949-1954Box 77, Folder 2
  • Cases 19101-19147, ca. 1954-1956Box 77, Folder 3
  • Cases 19148-19175, ca. 1956-1958Box 77, Folder 4
  • Cases 19176-19205, ca. 1958Box 77, Folder 5
  • Cases 19206-19245, ca. 1958-1959Box 77, Folder 6
  • Cases 19246-19282, ca. 1959-1963Box 78, Folder 1
  • Cases 19283-19334, ca. 1961-1963Box 78, Folder 2
  • Cases 19335-19430, ca. 1962-1964Box 78, Folder 3
  • Cases 19431-19481, ca. 1965-1969Box 78, Folder 4
  • Cases 19482-19548, ca. 1966-1969Box 78, Folder 5
  • Cases 19549-19548, ca. 1969-1973Box 79, Folder 1
  • Cases 19635-19716, ca. 1973-1974Box 79, Folder 2
  • Unnumbered Cases, ca. 1940Box 79, Folder 3
  • Cases 19717-19832, ca. 1974-1976Box 79, Folder 4
  • Alphabetical by Address (Street Name)
    • Adams to Augusta
    • Augusta to Central
    • Chapin to Cortland
    • Crawford to Front
    • Fry to Hickory
    • Holly to Marion
    • Marmore to Noble
  • Alphabetical by Surname
    • A to Porh
    • Podj to Sawi
    • Sawk to Stos
    • Stot to Wasy
    • Wasz to Z