Guide to the Foster G. McGaw (1897-1986) Papers

Collection Title: Foster G. McGaw (1897-1986) Papers
Dates: 1885-1986
Identification: 55/28/5
Creator: McGaw, Foster G., 1897-
Extent: 96 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The Foster McGaw papers document McGaw's life between 1908 and 1986 and fill 95 boxes. They are divided into three subseries: Personal Files, Philanthropic Records, and Financial Records. The papers illuminate both McGaw's personal concerns and, to a lesser extent, his business affairs, although these areas sometimes overlap. McGaw's original arrangement of his papers, alphabetical by subject folder and chronological within folders, has been retained in most cases.
Acquisition Information: The Foster G. McGaw Papers were donated to the University Archives by James D. Vail III on February 22, 1988 as Accession 88-52
Processing Information: Allen Streicker, April, 1998.
Separated Materials: Four cubic feet of duplicate and extraneous material were discarded. All photographs were separated and transferred to the University Archives Photo Collection.
Conditions Governing Access: Financial records in Boxes 72-74 may be consulted only with the permission of the University Archivist.
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

Foster Glendale McGaw was the founder and guiding force behind the American Hospital Supply Corporation, a multinational firm headquartered initially in Chicago and then in the adjacent suburb of Evanston. Under his direction AHSC grew during the course of the twentieth century from a small distributor of hospital supplies into a giant dominating a field that, for the most part, did not exist until McGaw invented it. As a result in part of his foresight and energy, AHSC expanded into every facet of the hospital supply industry, from the manufacture of rubber gloves to hospital planning and decorating. Over the years its structure was adjusted in response to new opportunities as AHSC adopted a strategy of market segmentation and vertical integration. The resulting vigorous growth elicited a rationalization of operations, demonstrating the salutary flexibility which was an important factor in the company's success. In addition to his activities as a businessman Foster McGaw was also a lavish philanthropist, bestowing funds on a variety of institutions from Chicago and Evanston area hospitals and Presbyterian welfare organizations to major universities. Along with his concern for education, he was deeply engaged with other social and political issues of the day. As a civic leader he disbursed money to conservative organizations and politicians including President Richard M. Nixon and U.S. Senator Jesse Helms.

McGaw was closely connected with Northwestern University: he was for many years a member of the University's Board of Trustees and a close friend of Northwestern president J. Roscoe Miller. As a young man he was briefly enrolled in an evening class at the Chicago campus of Northwestern; his second wife, Mary Wettling Vail, attended the University for two years; and his step-grandson, James T. Vail IV, was a graduate. McGaw displayed conspicuous generosity to the University with donations through the years totaling over $20 million.

Foster McGaw came from a Scottish-American family with strong Presbyterian convictions and several ministers and elders in its line. He was born in the Appalachian town of Hot Springs, North Carolina, on March 7, 1897, the only boy of four siblings. His parents, the fundamentalist Presbyterian minister Francis A. McGaw and his wife, English-born concert pianist Alice Millar McGaw, soon left North Carolina for the Midwest, settling eventually in Keokuk, Iowa, where Rev. McGaw was taken on as pastor by the local congregation. When Foster McGaw was twelve his mother, long an invalid, succumbed to the complications of rheumatism and died. Her husband stayed with his flock for some years until its progressive tendencies compelled him to resign his duties in protest. His fundamentalist scruples left the family's always tenuous finances further compromised, forcing the son to quit high school at the end of his sophomore year. He was hired as a clerk at a district office of Standard Oil, where he worked for two years and achieved eighteen promotions. Upon his return to school McGaw, in a display of characteristic grit, completed both junior and senior courses in one year. The very evening of his graduation in 1915 he departed the family home for Chicago, and started work at Huston Brothers Company, a surgical supply outfit, the next morning.

Showing much promise, McGaw persuaded the firm's owner to let him sell on the road, mostly to doctors, and a few hospitals, in Iowa, Minnesota, and the Dakotas, during the course of which he jumped freight trains to get from one town to the next. He left his employer to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps near the end of World War I and was stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he won stripes with his bureaucratic skills behind a desk; in future years he would refer with some pride to his youthful association with the military. Upon his discharge he returned to the surgical supply trade, his vision sharpened by experience and a new maturity. After another term with his former employer, he was induced by fellow salesman Arthur L. Towner to sign on with the Colonial Hospital Supply Company, one of the earliest hospital supply concerns.

From this new position he saw an industry fraught with inefficiency and corruption. He sensed a future for the burgeoning commerce in medical supplies, were it rationalized and cleansed of unsavory practices. He likewise realized that that future lay increasingly with the network of hospitals spreading rapidly throughout the country, rather than with individual doctors who had until then comprised the bulk of the medical supplies market. Thus he conceived of a service industry that would assure the efficient distribution from a central repository of diverse medical goods produced by different manufacturers, an idea not entirely new then but still inchoate in its realization. This service, however, was by itself not sufficient: it needed to be prosecuted efficiently, at reasonable cost, and with ironclad integrity. In emphasizing these elements, Foster McGaw would project his personal values onto the nascent industry.

After working some time for Colonial, McGaw and Towner attempted unsuccessfully to purchase the company from its owner. Subsequently, following discussions in 1922 with Chicago notable and friend Harry L. Drake, who agreed to provide venture capital, and with Drake's close associate, attorney Charles F. Hough, who was enlisted as legal counsel, these four businessmen became partners in a firm they called the American Hospital Supply Corporation. From this nucleus, what was to become a corporate powerhouse was born, and with it an entirely new industry. Although many would contribute over the years to the emergence of AHSC as the acknowledged leader in its field, few would dispute the critical role of Foster McGaw in making it such.

Early in the Depression, when his company was in its infancy and before he had made his fortune, Foster McGaw declared his intention to get rich and then give most of his money away. He proclaimed himself to be “only God's steward” in the managing of his own financial interests. In a typical statement of principle McGaw declared that “The more one has in talents or means or both, the more one owes to others... Sharing brings the greatest joy of all.” These were not just pretty sentiments, for the scope of his eleemosynary involvement was staggering. Although the exact total is not known, he donated many millions of dollars to around three hundred educational, medical, religious, cultural, and social institutions. In 1970 alone he gave $1 million dollars each to seventeen colleges, in building funds and scholarships. His solicitude for the recipients of his largesse was genuine: the beautiful Alice Millar Chapel of Northwestern University which he funded was intended to be a haven where students could refresh themselves through meditation and devotion. When an elderly and infirm African American woman in McGaw's community, unknown to him personally, appealed to him for a loan with a detailed plan for its repayment, he replied that loans were strictly against his principles and proceeded to make her an outright gift, with no questions asked. “Give more than you get,” he adjured.

He financed construction of Northwestern's McGaw Memorial Hall which hosted the Assembly of the World Council of Churches in 1954, and the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University (at about $20 million) in 1970. Numerous academic endowments were established, such as that for McGaw scholarships in hospital administration; and there was a McGaw medal of excellence for outstanding hospital administration educators. The range of educational institutions benefiting from McGaw's funds extended from Dartmouth College and Northwestern University to Wooster College in Ohio and the Piney Woods Country Life School in Pippa Passes, Kentucky. Some of his philanthropic activities were the result of personal ties—his connection with Northwestern has already been noted, and his stepson James D. Vail III and long-time top AHSC officer Thomas Murdough were alumni of Dartmouth. Denison University in Ohio, alma mater of McGaw's deceased stepdaughter, Jeanne Vail, was the recipient of funds to establish the Vail Program, which sponsored scholarships and performers in the fine arts. His philanthropic resources were directed particularly to entities that would uphold his values. A number of colleges and universities to which he had contributed granted him honorary degrees, ranging from an Honorary Doctorate of Law from Maryville College in Tennessee to an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Northwestern University. He also took an active part in the affairs of several schools as a member of their boards of trustees.

Tall, erect, and soft-spoken, he was a man best characterized perhaps as a practical idealist. McGaw kept in his files copies of poems (for instance, by his esteemed Henry Wadsworth Longfellow), maxims, and quotations that reflected his world view. With the conviction of the self-made man he was given to aphorism and pithy observation. “Information is the Genesis of ideas. Ideas create action—only actions develop results,” was a representative formulation. The image of his father Francis, who died in 1944, seems always to have hovered over him as a beacon and goad. His father lived a life of Christian devotion and self-sacrifice and was given to scriptural speculation. He spent the final years of his life ministering to the flock at his own mission in Nairobi, Kenya. The last view Foster McGaw had of his father was of a distant figure perched atop the receding bow of the steamer that took him to Africa. Although he was largely absent from his son's life, the pastor's spirit was enthralling. “Father in his own religious zest,” McGaw said, “was as close to the Apostle Paul as any man I have ever known. He lived for Christ, worked for Christ, and died for him...” His mother Alice Millar McGaw, on the other hand, was more likely to stress the realities of earning a living and the value of hard work. The two streams combined in her son to render a man with a ferocious sense of mission in this world, with an eye to the next.

In his business dealings McGaw was guided by a strong commitment to service and rectitude. He operated on the assumption that “any company to be profitable—or even to survive—must perform some important service for others,” and he conducted his affairs upon what he took to be solid Christian principles. The needs of his customers and the quality of his products were the lodestones by which he navigated. During World War II, when others were making out handsomely on the conflict, he bridled at the notion of profiteering. McGaw attended to the personal well-being of employees with paternalistic alacrity. Though he would countenance no hint of a unionized work force, he committed his corporation to strong benefits and profit-sharing and a retirement plan for its workers.

His “Dear Friend” letters to hospital administrators, dispensing helpful notions and news of innovations in their field, won goodwill for AHSC, while his practice of sometimes sending hospital administrators works of art on their birthdays was an affecting demonstration of interest. Corporate growth, McGaw held, allowed for better and more personal service, which conduced ultimately to the health of hospital patients. An example of his real concern for those requiring medical attention was evidenced in a letter of commendation to an employee whose efficiency helped save a patient's life. McGaw was also alert to the importance of competent hospital administration and able nurses: he devoted time and resources to ensuring that the quality of both professions was high. Determined that nurses receive due acknowledgment, he lobbied the Postmaster General and the United States House of Representatives for the issuance of a stamp honoring their calling.

Foster McGaw's encompassing public spiritedness colored his every action. He was the champion of a free-market America always in danger of being undermined. Many of his philanthropic resources were channeled toward institutions whose values reflected his own; the vast list of institutions of higher learning to which he contributed was comprised in good part of schools with a solid Christian orientation, and his donations to public policy think tanks like the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and the Rockford Institute were extravagant as well. McGaw tirelessly canvassed academic and political leaders in support of nuclear power, and restoring prayer to and distributing bibles in public school. He inveighed against the Panama Canal treaty and questioned the need for the United Nations and the U.S. Department of Education.

He was “guided by a «Superior Power»” and projected himself into the forefront of an envisaged offensive to shore the foundations of American civilization. His correspondence attests to numerous connections with like-minded social thinkers, of national or regional stature like President Richard M. Nixon, Senators Jesse Helms and Chuck Percy, and Congressmen Philip Crane and John Porter. Equal intensity was displayed in the voluminous interchanges with his friend, attorney A. Calder Mackay. On one occasion he wrote to President Jimmy Carter exhorting him to read certain biblical passages for guidance on questions of diplomacy. He urged President Ronald Reagan to display behind him during press conferences an enlarged reproduction of American coins with their motto “In God We Trust” clearly visible over his head; and proposed that a televised national moment of prayer led by Reagan would elicit answers to the nation's travails from the “Heavenly Father.” A cursory reading of the Old Testament, McGaw suggested, proved incontrovertibly how godly monarchs prospered, and wicked ones were brought to ruin. The highest corporate officers of AHSC, who appear to have seen eye-to-eye with him on political matters, were targeted as well for much correspondence and many articles reflecting his sympathies. But interestingly, McGaw was also a dedicated environmentalist at a time when that label bore a leftist tinge, and he once advised Helms that he could not support the Senator's stand against abortion because the government had no business meddling in the private lives of its citizens.

Foster McGaw, a man with a dense network of friends and social contacts, was affiliated with a remarkable array of clubs and associations, and won many civic and business awards. His correspondence demonstrates both meticulous attention to the details of his associates' personal affairs and a touching consideration for their well-being. McGaw's stepson, James D. Vail III, said of him after his death, “He was one of those rare individuals that you feel fortunate to have met, worked with, and known.” He had been AHSC's company president from 1922 to 1946 and chairman of the board from 1946 to 1970, and he was very active in corporate affairs after his formal relinquishing of power. The firm was too much a part of his life to abandon entirely: he remained its Honorary Chairman/Founder until 1985, and replicated his business office in his Lake Forest home.

He was married twice, first to Mary Wallace Harrison and then, after she died, to Mary Wettling Vail from 1949 until his death in 1986. The latter appears by his side often in photos, present for the many special occasions studding their social and business calendar. She was herself very much a partner in the McGaw philanthropic endeavor. Her interest in education was as keen as his, and she was the driving force in arranging the Vail endowment at Denison University. Like her husband, she was awarded honorary doctorates from several institutions. She had been married previously and had two children from that marriage, James D. Vail III and Jeanne Vail. Jeanne Vail died of polio at 23. The Foster McGaw papers were acquired by Northwestern University from James D. Vail III, who donated them mindful of the deep affection of Foster McGaw for the institution to which he had devoted so much effort.

Information on the career of Foster G. McGaw may be found in Frederick D. Sturdivant's study, Growth Through Service: The Story of American Hospital Supply Corporation (Northwestern University Press, Evanston, 1970). The biography folder (Box 3, Folder 1) contains clippings and press releases with details of his business activities, along with an eight-page, quasi-official sketch of his life. For lists of the organizations to which he belonged, capacities in which he served, awards he received, and trusteeships he held, see Box 29, Folder 9; this folder also has photocopies of several Who's Who entries. The history of AHSC is summarized in the inventory of the AHSC records held by the Northwestern University Archives, Series 55/28/3.

Scope and Content

The Foster McGaw papers document McGaw's life between 1908 and 1986 and fill 95 boxes. They are divided into three subseries: Personal Files, Philanthropic Records, and Financial Records. The papers illuminate both McGaw's personal concerns and, to a lesser extent, his business affairs, although these areas sometimes overlap. McGaw's personal interests centered largely on philanthropy and politics. The largest component of the papers is comprised of personal correspondence: McGaw was a prolific correspondent and was diligent in saving copies of his letters. Also, he clipped many newspaper and magazine articles for his own files, often sending copies to people he felt would profit thereby. The correspondence and clippings yield a substantial amount of biographical information about McGaw. Financial records relating to his philanthropic activities and political involvement, as well as more routine matters, comprise the second largest component of the papers.

McGaw's original arrangement of his papers, alphabetical by subject folder and chronological within folders, has been retained in most cases. Notable exceptions are the scrapbooks that he kept. Particularly in the second half of his life, McGaw organized personally meaningful correspondence, clippings, brochures, and ephemera in three-ring binders that he designated as “scrapbooks”. These have been removed from their original format and placed in folders. In a few instances, however, scrapbook materials have been integrated in other folders when their subject matter was more conducive to such arrangement. Items originally filed in scrapbooks are distinguished by the presence of three holes along one of their margins, or by a penciled “s/b” designation on their pages.

The Personal Files are arranged in several categories, including Biographical Records, Family Files, and Personal Correspondence. The Biographical Records include address books and card files, awards and honors, birthday greetings, citations, ephemera, guest books, magazine and newspaper clippings, membership certificates, official documents, and correspondence. These files are for the most part arranged alphabetically by category, and then chronologically by date within folders. Address books and guest books are filed in one box (Box 2), as are rosters and directories of the organizations to which Foster McGaw belonged (Box 7). McGaw's address card files have been left in their original format and alphabetical arrangement and housed in Box 3. His honorary degrees and diplomas have been retained in their original casings and arranged alphabetically in Boxes 4 and 5, while similar oversized materials may be found in one dropfront box (Box 92) at the end of the series.

Eight folders among the Biographical Records (Box 11, Folder 7- Box 13, Folder 2), contain items of particular significance to Foster McGaw that were originally organized in scrapbooks. These include invitations to events at the White House, Christmas cards from several U.S. presidents, and many clippings with political content. He also kept in scrapbooks his exchanges of letters with Presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan; U.S. Senators Jesse Helms, Charles Percy, and Robert Packwood; Congressmen Philip Crane and John Porter, Governors Richard Ogilvie and James Thompson, and Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne; and with cabinet officers and White House staff. Taken as a whole these letters provide a vivid picture of Foster McGaw as a public figure preoccupied with the welfare of his country.

Of particular interest as a source of information regarding McGaw's life is an oral history transcribed from interviews with him conducted as part of a larger project on the history of the hospital industry (Box 11, Folder 3). Foster McGaw's personal copy of an early AHSC catalog is also worth noting (Box 8, Folder 1).

The Family Files, arranged alphabetically by correspondent and chronologically within folders, are comprised primarily of letters to and from relatives. As is true of all of McGaw's correspondence, intermingled with the letters are pertinent newspaper and magazine clippings. Also included here are a few official documents pertaining to the history of the McGaw family, as well as one folder of substantial genealogical information (Box 13, Folder 10). An item of interest is a handwritten manuscript of a commentary on the Biblical “Book of Revelation”, written by Francis A. McGaw, Foster McGaw's father, which conveys something of the atmosphere in which the son was raised.

The Personal Correspondence comprised of McGaw's correspondence with friends and associates, is in folders arranged alphabetically by correspondent's surname and chronologically within folders, except for a miscellaneous folder for each letter of the alphabet, in which letters are arranged alphabetically by surname, and chronologically thereunder for each correspondent.

The correspondence includes numerous letters on political issues to and from such men as U.S. Senators Barry Goldwater and Alan Dixon. Others deal with Republican Party business, including financing, party policy, and McGaw's concern that he might personally feel the impact of the Watergate scandal by virtue of his involvement with party finances. McGaw's diligent efforts to influence college presidents on issues he deemed important are documented in many letters.

Also noteworthy in the correspondence are the voluminous exchanges (1939-1972) between McGaw and one of his salesmen, Mel Roberts (Box 38, Folders 2-3). In the early days of AHSC McGaw maintained an active correspondence with his salesmen, which illustrated his characteristic attention to human relations that was the bedrock of the company's success. The tenor of his concern, and the bracing effect it might have had on his employees, may be judged from the letters to Roberts, of which there are hundreds.

The Philanthropic Records reflect McGaw's enduring preoccupation with disbursing his assets to deserving recipients. A variety of donatees benefited from his largesse, ranging from individuals and local organizations to major universities and the Republican party. The Philanthropic Records are arranged in four categories corresponding to the means by which McGaw distributed funds: McGaw Foundation files; Charitable Funds files; Personal Contributions; and General Philanthropies. The first two were legal entities and the third and fourth were established as informal categories. These four modes of disbursement gave McGaw the flexibility to dispose of his funds most effectively in different contexts. Included are financial records; correspondence between McGaw and those institutions and organizations to which he donated; and other items such as clippings and brochures concerned with his philanthropic activities. There is a substantial overlap of materials among the categories in the Philanthropic Records—some records in General Philanthropies, for example, are duplicated in Personal Contributions. The Philanthropic Records are arranged alphabetically by organization or institution and chronologically within folders.

Foster McGaw's personal financial affairs, as well as those of his second wife, Mary Wettling McGaw, are documented in the Financial Records. The Financial Records are divided into four categories. The first two are Active Trusts and Inactive Trusts. The third, Financial Donation records, affords a compact summary of the McGaws' financial affairs. The Financial Subject files, comprising the most extensive of the financial records, contain detailed records of McGaw's income taxes, property holdings (both personal property and real estate holdings), banking and insurance records, stock holdings, and medical and legal expenses. The arrangement of files is alphabetical by subject (e.g. banks, property, etc.); and thereunder alphabetical by individual institution or subtopic. Several oversized financial ledgers are filed at the end of the series (Boxes 93-95).

Related materials concerning Foster McGaw and the American Hospital Supply Corporation have been arranged and described as separate series: publications and catalogs issued by AHSC and its subsidiaries form Series 55/28/1; corporate records of AHSC, 1923-1963, make up Series 55/28/2; Foster McGaw's personal papers relating to the American Hospital Supply Corporation—corporate records oriented more specifically to his personal concerns—form Series 55/28/3; multi-volume scrapbooks presented by business associates to McGaw on the occasion of his 75th birthday (AHSC's 50th anniversary) constitute Series 55/28/4; and the corporate records of Baxter Travenol, which absorbed AHSC in 1985, are arranged as 55/28/5.

One dropfront box of oversize photographs has been added to the series as Box 96. The photographs, dating from 1908 to 1986, include formal portraits of Foster G. McGaw, views of some Northwestern University buildings connected with McGaw (McGaw Memorial Hall and Alice Millar Chapel), and shots of a few other institutions or from events with associations to McGaw's work and philanthropy.

The travel diary of Alice S. Millar, mother of Foster G. McGaw, has been added to the series at Box 14, Folder 3. The diary includes entries which date between July 13, 1885 and May 16, 1886 and detail Millar's voyage to Europe and her visits to selected destinations in Scotland, England, and Germany. While in Germany Millar spent considerable time taking lessons in both music and language. The diary contains a list of names and addresses of Millar's acquaintances.

Subjects

Corporate Name

American Hospital Supply Corporation

Personal Name

McGaw, Foster G., 1897---Archives

Subjects

United States--Politics and government--1969-1974


Container List / Contents

  • Personal Files
    • Biographical Materials
      • General Biographical InformationBox 1, Folder 1
      • Membership Certificates, Citations, and Related Materials, 1941-1964Box 1, Folder 2
      • Membership Certificates, Citations, and Related Materials, 1965-1971Box 1, Folder 3
      • Membership Certificates, Citations, and Related Materials, 1972-1986Box 1, Folder 4
      • Address Books and Guest Books, n.d.Box 2
      • Address Index Card Files: Business Associates (A-Z) and Personal (A-Z), n.d.Box 3
    • Awards and Honors
      • American College of Hospital Administrators: Honorary Fellowship, 1962Box 4
      • American College of Hospital Administrators: Personal Tribute, 1972Box 4
      • American Hospital Association: Honorary Mem., 1973Box 4
      • American Institute of Management: Marquis, 1966Box 4
      • Institute of Medicine of Chicago: Citizen Fellowship, 1971Box 4
      • Institute of Medicine of Chicago: Distinguished Service Award, F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1978Box 4
      • Lake Forest College: Doctor of Humane Letters, 1980Box 4
      • Lake Forest Hospital: Honorary Booklet, 1978Box 4
      • Loyola University: Doctor of Humane Letters, 1972Box 5
      • Loyola University: Generosity Award, n.d.Box 5
      • National College of Education: Doctor of Humane Letters, 1974Box 5
      • National College of Education: Doctor of Humane Letters, M. W. McGaw, 1974Box 5
      • National College of Education: Honorary Life Trustee, 1974Box 5
      • Northwestern University: Alumni Association, Honorary Membership, 1952Box 5
      • Northwestern University: Doctor of Humane Letters, 1973Box 5
      • Northwestern University: Doctor of Humane Letters, M. W. McGaw, 1973Box 5
      • Northwestern University: Honorary Booklet, Alice Millar Religious Center, 1961Box 6
      • Northwestern University: International Conference on Nutrition and Metabolism, Expression of Appreciation, 1952Box 6
      • Presbyterian Home: Mary McGaw Infirmary Dedication, 1967Box 6
      • School of the Ozarks: Doctor of Medical Science, 1976Box 6
      • University of Nebraska: Bachelor of the Arts, Mary Wettling, 1923Box 6
      • Yankton College: Doctor of Humanities, 1980Box 6
      • Yankton College: Doctor of Humanities, M. W. McGaw, 1980Box 6
    • Clubs and associations rosters and directories, n.d.
    • AHSC Catalogue: F. G. McGaw's Personal Copy, 1932Box 8, Folder 1
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 8, Folder 2
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 8, Folder 3
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 1
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 2
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 3
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 4
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 5
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 9, Folder 6
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 10, Folder 1
    • Eightieth Birthday: Greetings, 1977Box 10, Folder 2
    • Fortieth Anniversary of AHSC: A-H, 1962Box 10, Folder 3
    • Fortieth Anniversary of AHSC: I-T, 1962Box 10, Folder 4
    • Fortieth Anniversary of AHSC: V-Z, 1962Box 10, Folder 5
    • Marine Corps Discharge Papers: F. G. McGaw, 1921Box 10, Folder 6
    • McGaw, F. G.: Clippings, 1945-1960Box 10, Folder 7
    • McGaw Family: General Records, 1921-1950Box 11, Folder 1
    • McGaw Family: General Records, 1957-1962Box 11, Folder 2
    • Oral History: F. G. McGaw, Early Draft, 1983-1984Box 11, Folder 3
    • Oral History: F. G. McGaw, Final Draft, 1985Box 11, Folder 4
    • Passport Documents: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1957Box 11, Folder 5
    • Passport and Related Travel Documents: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1949Box 11, Folder 6
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1971-1972Box 11, Folder 7
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1971-1972Box 12, Folder 1
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1973-1974Box 12, Folder 2
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1975-1977Box 12, Folder 3
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1978-1982Box 12, Folder 4
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1978-1982Box 12, Folder 5
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1983-1984Box 13, Folder 1
    • Personal Scrapbook, 1985-1986Box 13, Folder 2
    • Proof of Birth: Certificates and Related Documents, F. G. McGaw and M. W. McGaw, 1908-1974Box 13, Folder 3
    • Social Security Documents: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1966-1986Box 13, Folder 4
    • Voter Registration Forms: F. G. and M. W. McGaw Family Files, 1980-1982Box 13, Folder 5
    • Family Files
      • Benade, Mrs. J. Martin, 1967-1980Box 13, Folder 6
      • Branch, Leila G., 1943-1983Box 13, Folder 7
      • McGaw: Correspondence and Articles, 1952-1979Box 13, Folder 8
      • McGaw: Family File: Correspondence, 1953-1984Box 13, Folder 9
      • McGaw: Family History: Correspondence, 1883-1975Box 13, Folder 10
      • McGaw: Relationship Inquiries: Correspondence, 1949-1977Box 13, Folder 11
      • McGaw: Family History:, 1983Box 14, Folder 1
      • McGaw, Agatha A.: Correspondence, 1951-1983Box 14, Folder 2
      • McGaw, Alice S. Millar: Correspondence, 1885-1972Box 14, Folder 3
          Note:  This folder was added at a later date Acquisition information:  Donated to the University Archives by Mrs. Peggy Vail on August 26, 2005 (Accession #05-99). Restrictions:  None Processor:  Kevin B. Leonard; October 18, 2005.
        • Regarding, 1900-1972Box 14, Folder 3, Item 1
        • Travel Diary, 1885-1886Box 14, Folder 3, Item 2
      • McGaw, Francis A.: Correspondence, 1920-1968Box 14, Folder 4
      • McGaw, Francis A.: Correspondence Regarding, 1944-1971Box 14, Folder 5
      • McGaw, Francis A.: “Revelation” (Manuscript), n.d.Box 14, Folder 6
      • McGaw, Frances L., and Nelson Coon: Correspondence, 1951-1983Box 14, Folder 7
      • McGaw, Pearl Rose: Correspondence, 1941-1943Box 14, Folder 8
      • McGaw, Wilbert H., Jr.: Correspondence, 1968-1978Box 15, Folder 1
      • Miller, James A., M.D.: Correspondence, 1954-1978Box 15, Folder 2
      • Miller, Paul L.: Correspondence, 1966-1978Box 15, Folder 3
      • Miller, S. Porter: Correspondence, 1951-1976Box 15, Folder 4
      • Powell, Randy: Correspondence, 1975-1979Box 15, Folder 5
    • Personal Correspondence
      • “A”, 1977-1988Box 15, Folder 6
      • Activist: South/Southwest Chicago, 1974Box 15, Folder 7
      • Alice Lloyd College, 1978-1985Box 15, Folder 8
      • “Alternatives to Detente,” by Frank R. Barnett, 1976Box 15, Folder 9
      • American College of Hospital Administrators, 1977-1985Box 15, Folder 10
      • American Convertors, 1977-1985Box 15, Folder 11
      • American Critical Care, 1977-1982Box 15, Folder 12
      • American Dietary Products, 1978-1983Box 15, Folder 13
      • American Hamilton, 1978-1980Box 15, Folder 14
      • American Hospital Association, 1975-1985Box 15, Folder 15
      • American Hospital Supply: Division, 1977-1984Box 16, Folder 1
      • American Hospital Supply: General, 1977Box 16, Folder 2
      • American Hospital Supply Government Fellows, 1976-1984Box 16, Folder 3
      • American McGaw Laboratories, 1977-1983Box 16, Folder 4
      • AMA: Citation of Layman for Distinguished Service, 1980-1981Box 16, Folder 5
      • American Scottish Foundation, 1967-1984Box 16, Folder 6
      • Anderson, C. E., 1970-1971Box 16, Folder 7
      • Articles: Bulk Mailing, 1976-1979Box 16, Folder 8
      • Articles for Reference, 1946-1973Box 16, Folder 9
      • Association of American Medical Colleges, 1976-1985Box 16, Folder 10
      • Atlas Economic Research Foundation, 1981-1985Box 16, Folder 11
      • Austin College, 1979-1985Box 16, Folder 12
      • “B”, 1977-1986Box 16, Folder 13
      • Bahr, Arthur, 1968-1979Box 17, Folder 1
      • Ball, Neil, 1977-1984Box 17, Folder 2
      • Bays, Karl, 1977-1979Box 17, Folder 3
      • Bays, Karl, 1980-1986Box 17, Folder 4
      • Baysal, Dr. Kalibay, 1984-1985Box 17, Folder 5
      • Berea College, 1975-1986Box 17, Folder 6
      • Bernthal, H.G., 1977-1984Box 17, Folder 7
      • Bilangi, John L., 1978Box 17, Folder 8
      • Brown University Medical School, 1971-1977Box 17, Folder 9
      • “C/Cl”, 1977-1986Box 17, Folder 10
      • “Co/Cz”, 1977-1986Box 18, Folder 1
      • Calvary Community Church, Egg Harbor WI, 1969-1974Box 18, Folder 2
      • Carter, President Jimmy, 1976-1979Box 18, Folder 3
      • Center of Theological Inquiry, 1982-1986Box 18, Folder 4
      • Chapman, Bray, 1967-1977Box 18, Folder 5
      • Chapman College, 1980-1986Box 18, Folder 6
      • Chapman College: President G. T. Smith, 1977-1979Box 18, Folder 7
      • Chicago Club, 1968-1985Box 18, Folder 8
      • Chicago Committee (Chicago Council on Foreign Relations), 1980-1986Box 18, Folder 9
      • Chicago Symphony Society: Honorary Life Membership, n. d.Box 18, Folder 10
      • 1976-1983Box 18, Folder 11
      • Christmas Cards/Gifts, 1979-1985Box 18, Folder 12
      • Christmas Gratuities: Clubs and Services, 1985Box 18, Folder 13
      • College of Wooster, 1975-1985Box 18, Folder 14
      • Commercial Club, Chicago, 1969-1985Box 19, Folder 1
      • Commonwealth Edison, 1979Box 19, Folder 2
      • “Constitutional Crisis”: Mackay, A. Calder, 1978Box 19, Folder 3
      • Cook, Stanton R. (Publisher, ), 1976-1977Box 19, Folder 4
      • Corporate Headquarters: General, 1978-1983Box 19, Folder 5
      • Crane, Philip M., 1974-1977Box 19, Folder 6
      • Crane, Philip M., 1978-1985Box 19, Folder 7
      • Crane for President Committee, 1978-1979Box 19, Folder 8
      • Crotty, John, 1979-1980Box 19, Folder 9
      • Cumberland College, 1969-1981Box 19, Folder 10
      • Cumberland College, 1982-1986Box 19, Folder 11
      • “D”, 1970-1986Box 20, Folder 1
      • Dart, Justin, 1978-1981Box 20, Folder 2
      • Dartmouth College, 1973-1986Box 20, Folder 3
      • Davidson College, 1977-1986Box 20, Folder 4
      • Dear Friend Letters, 1969-1978Box 20, Folder 5
      • Dear Friend Letters, 1979-1981Box 20, Folder 6
      • Dear Friend Letters, 1982-1986Box 20, Folder 7
      • Denison University, 1978-1984Box 21, Folder 1
      • Direct Mail Marketing Association, 1975-1980Box 21, Folder 2
      • Divall, R. K., 1977Box 21, Folder 3
      • Divisions: General, 1978-1983Box 21, Folder 4
      • Dixon, Senator Alan J., 1982-1984Box 21, Folder 5
      • Donnelly, Gaylord, 1978-1986Box 21, Folder 6
      • Double Taxation, 1975-1978Box 21, Folder 7
      • Drushal, J. Garber, 1974Box 21, Folder 8
      • Duke University, 1978-1984Box 21, Folder 9
      • “E”, 1977-1986Box 21, Folder 10
      • Eckenhoff, James D., 1981Box 21, Folder 11
      • Economic Club, 1976-1985Box 21, Folder 12
      • Eczacibasi, Dr. Nejat F., 1973-1985Box 21, Folder 13
      • Edens Highway, 1978Box 21, Folder 14
      • Egan, Mark, 1975-1977Box 21, Folder 15
      • Ehmann, Frank, 1978-1984Box 21, Folder 16
      • Electric Cars, 1973-1975Box 21, Folder 17
      • Equal Rights Amendment, 1977Box 21, Folder 18
      • Ethics Resource Center, 1978Box 21, Folder 19
      • Evans, Charles (Chick) J., 1977Box 21, Folder 20
      • Evans, Charles (Chick) J., 1978-1980Box 22, Folder 1
      • Evanston Historical Society, 1973-1986Box 22, Folder 2
      • Executives' Club of Chicago, 1973-1985Box 22, Folder 3
      • “F”, 1977-1986Box 22, Folder 4
      • First National Bank, Evanston: Chairman of the Board, 1961-1969Box 22, Folder 5
      • First National Bank, Evanston: Correspondence, 1976Box 22, Folder 6
      • First Presbyterian Church: Lake Forest IL, 1974-1986Box 22, Folder 7
      • Ford, President Gerald L., 1974-1976Box 22, Folder 8
      • Foundations: General Information, 1975Box 22, Folder 9
      • Freeman, Thomas B., 1969-1978Box 22, Folder 10
      • Friedlander, Edward R., 1967-1974Box 22, Folder 11
      • Friedman, Milton, 1973-1985Box 22, Folder 12
      • “G”, 1966-1986Box 22, Folder 13
      • Garden Grove Community Church: Robert Schuller, 1972-1979Box 22, Folder 14
      • Garden Grove Community Church: Robert Schuller, 1980-1985Box 23, Folder 1
      • Glenview Club, Glenview IL, 1967-1986Box 23, Folder 2
      • Greenville College, 1979-1986Box 23, Folder 3
      • Griffitts, Dr. J. J., 1972-1985Box 23, Folder 4
      • “H”, 1977-1986Box 23, Folder 5
      • Hall, Gordon, 1977Box 23, Folder 6
      • Hamilton, Sr., E .P., 1976-1978Box 23, Folder 7
      • Harris, J. George, 1978-1983Box 23, Folder 8
      • Hausman, Donald I.: Touche Ross & Co., 1960-1970Box 23, Folder 9
      • Hausman, Donald I.: Touche Ross & Co., 1971-1976Box 24, Folder 1
      • Helms, Senator Jesse, 1978-1983Box 24, Folder 2
      • Heritage Foundation, 1978-1980Box 24, Folder 3
      • Heritage Foundation, 1981-1982Box 24, Folder 4
      • Heritage Foundation, 1983-1985Box 24, Folder 5
      • Hewett, Floyd F., 1977-1984Box 24, Folder 6
      • Hill, James Scott, 1978-1980Box 24, Folder 7
      • Hillsdale College, 1977-1985Box 24, Folder 8
      • Hilton Hotel, 1975-1980Box 24, Folder 9
      • Hinsey, Joseph C., 1970-1976Box 25, Folder 1
      • Hinsey, Joseph C., 1977-1979Box 25, Folder 2
      • Hinsey, Joseph C., 1980-1981Box 25, Folder 3
      • Houtkamp, Charles E., 1970-1974Box 25, Folder 4
      • Houtkamp, Charles E., 1975-1985Box 25, Folder 5
      • Hull, J. Richard, 1977-1983Box 25, Folder 6
      • “I”, 1977-1983Box 25, Folder 7
      • ICEPS (International Center for Economic Policy Studies), 1978-1979Box 26, Folder 1
      • Illinois St. Andrews Society, 1965-1971Box 26, Folder 2
      • Illinois College, 1978-1984Box 26, Folder 3
      • Illinois Wesleyan University, 1978-1982Box 26, Folder 4
      • Indian Hill Club, Winnetka IL, 1977-1983Box 26, Folder 5
      • Institute of Medicine, Chicago, 1975-1981Box 26, Folder 6
      • Internal Revenue Service, 1978Box 26, Folder 7
      • International Divisions, 1977-1978Box 26, Folder 8
      • Ivanorich, Dr. Peter, 1978-1980Box 26, Folder 9
      • Izaak Walton League, 1968-1972Box 26, Folder 10
      • “J”, 1977-1986Box 26, Folder 11
      • Jackson and Perkins, Medford OR, 1976-1985Box 26, Folder 12
      • Johnson, Wallace D., 1979Box 26, Folder 13
      • Junior Achievement: Hall of Fame, 1983Box 26, Folder 14
      • “K”, 1977-1986Box 26, Folder 15
      • Kalamazoo College, 1979-1983Box 26, Folder 16
      • Keane, Jim, 1976-1985Box 26, Folder 17
      • Keck, Cushman, Mahin, and Cate, Chicago, 1977-1979Box 26, Folder 18
      • Kent State University Survey, 1975-1976Box 26, Folder 19
      • Knoxville College, 1984-1986Box 26, Folder 20
      • “L”, 1977-1986Box 26, Folder 21
      • Lake Forest College, 1976-1985Box 27, Folder 1
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1972-1975Box 27, Folder 2
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1975-1978Box 27, Folder 3
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1979-1986Box 27, Folder 4
      • “M-Me”, 1970-1986Box 27, Folder 5
      • “Mi-Z”, 1977-1986Box 27, Folder 6
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1969-1972Box 28, Folder 1
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1972-1973Box 28, Folder 2
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1973-1974Box 28, Folder 3
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1974-1976Box 28, Folder 4
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1977Box 28, Folder 5
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1978Box 28, Folder 6
      • Mackay, A. Calder, 1979-1980Box 28, Folder 7
      • Mackay, A. Calder: “Destruction of Human Rights”, 1978Box 28, Folder 8
      • Mackay, A. Calder, “Treasury Tax Proposals”, 1973Box 28, Folder 9
      • MacMurray College, 1975-1983Box 29, Folder 1
      • Mailings to Colleges: Presidents, 1978-1979Box 29, Folder 2
      • Mailing List: College President Mailings, n .d.Box 29, Folder 3
      • Makers of Chicago: CAC&I International Trade Expo of 1976, 1975-1976Box 29, Folder 4
      • Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, 1980-1986Box 29, Folder 5
      • Martha's Vineyard Hospital, 1978Box 29, Folder 6
      • Maryville College, 1978-1986Box 29, Folder 7
      • McClory, Congressman Robert, 1975-1976Box 29, Folder 8
      • McGaw, F. G.: Biographical Data, 1973-1975Box 29, Folder 9
      • McGaw, Wilbert H. Jr.: Mideast Project, 1978-1984Box 29, Folder 10
      • McGraw Wildlife Foundation, 1953-1986Box 29, Folder 11
      • Medical Malpractice, U.S.A., 1975Box 29, Folder 12
      • Meharry College., 1978-1984Box 29, Folder 13
      • Mid-America Club, Chicago, 1960-1982Box 29, Folder 14
      • Miller, J. Roscoe, 1969-1977Box 30, Folder 1
      • Mills, Frederic T., 1973-1977Box 30, Folder 2
      • Moffett, Howard F.: Presbyterian Home, Korea, 1974-1985Box 30, Folder 3
      • Montreat-Anderson College, 1977-1986Box 30, Folder 4
      • Myers, Jerry K., 1984Box 30, Folder 5
      • Myers/Price/DiVall, 1978-1983Box 30, Folder 6
      • “N-Nati”, 1977-1986Box 30, Folder 7
      • “Natu-Nz”, 1977-1986Box 30, Folder 8
      • National College of Education, 1974-1985Box 31, Folder 1
      • National Education Program, 1977-1982Box 31, Folder 2
      • National Education Program, 1983-1985Box 31, Folder 3
      • National Right to Work Foundation: Corresp., 1972-1986Box 31, Folder 4
      • National Right to Work Foundation: Membership, 1973-1981Box 31, Folder 5
      • National Society of Fundraising Executives, 1979-1982Box 31, Folder 6
      • National Wildlife Federation Life Membership, 1978-1982Box 31, Folder 7
      • Nixon, President Richard M., 1968-1980Box 31, Folder 8
      • Northwestern University: Correspondence, 1969-1986Box 32, Folder 1
      • Northwestern University: Conflict of Interest, 1976Box 32, Folder 2
      • Northwestern University: Alumni Club of Chicago, 1973Box 32, Folder 3
      • Northwestern University: John Evans Club, 1956-1981Box 32, Folder 4
      • Northwestern University: Faculty Club, 1966-1975Box 32, Folder 5
      • Northwestern University: Honorary Degree, 1980Box 32, Folder 6
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Medical Center, 1974-1986Box 32, Folder 7
      • Northwestern University: Foreign Medical Programs, 1977-1981Box 32, Folder 8
      • Northwestern University: Partnership Program, 1974-1977Box 32, Folder 9
      • Northwestern University: President, 1975-1986Box 32, Folder 10
      • Northwestern University: Trustee Biographical Information, 1977Box 32, Folder 11
      • Northwestern University: Trustees/Development, 1981-1982Box 32, Folder 12
      • Northwestern University: Trustees/Minutes, 1981Box 32, Folder 13
      • “O”, 1977-1986Box 32, Folder 14
      • Ogilvie, Richard B., 1975-1979Box 32, Folder 15
      • Old Elm Club, 1950-1978Box 32, Folder 16
      • Onwentisia Club, Lake Forest IL, 1978-1985Box 32, Folder 17
      • “P”, 1977-1986Box 33, Folder 1
      • Pacemaker Systems, 1973-1976Box 33, Folder 2
      • Panama Canal Zone, 1974-1978Box 33, Folder 3
      • Paramedical Education, 1971-1977Box 33, Folder 4
      • Percy, Senator Charles H., 1974-1977Box 33, Folder 5
      • Percy, Senator Charles H., 1978-1980Box 33, Folder 6
      • Percy, Senator Charles H., 1981-1982Box 33, Folder 7
      • Percy, Senator Charles H., 1983-1984Box 33, Folder 8
      • Percy, Senator Charles H.: Citizens for Percy, 1978-1980Box 33, Folder 9
      • Pierie, Will R., 1977-1983Box 34, Folder 1
      • Piney Woods Country Life School, 1978-1985Box 34, Folder 2
      • Porter, Congressman John, 1978-1984Box 34, Folder 3
      • Presbyterian Home: Board of Directors Memo, 1980-1984Box 34, Folder 4
      • Presbyterian Home: Laurence A. Carton, 1978-1981Box 34, Folder 5
      • Presbyterian Home: Endowment Campaign/Chapman, 1973-1976Box 34, Folder 6
      • Presbyterian Home: Endowment Campaign/General, 1959-1985Box 34, Folder 7
      • Presbyterian Home: Endowment Campaign/Kimble, 1972-1980Box 34, Folder 8
      • Presbyterian Home: Evanston IL, 1970-1978Box 34, Folder 9
      • Presbyterian Home: Hargest Bed, 1973-1974Box 34, Folder 10
      • Presbyterian Home: Frank K. Hoover, 1976-1981Box 34, Folder 11
      • Presbyterian Home: Alvin J. Huss, 1977-1981Box 34, Folder 12
      • Presbyterian Home: Allen Kimble, 1975-1981Box 34, Folder 13
      • Presbyterian Home: Allen Kimble, 1981-1986Box 35, Folder 1
      • Presbyterian Home: McGaw Award Dinner, 1975-1977Box 35, Folder 2
      • Presbyterian Home: Officers, 1979-1982Box 35, Folder 3
      • Presbyterian Lay Committee, 1978-1986Box 35, Folder 4
      • Presbyterian Life: “Giving Is His Business”, 1967-1968Box 35, Folder 5
      • Presidential/Congressional Terms in Office, 1976Box 35, Folder 6
      • Princeton Theological Seminary, 1977-1986Box 35, Folder 7
      • Private Enterprise: University of Southern CA, 1978-1980Box 35, Folder 8
      • Queens College, 1981-1985Box 35, Folder 9
      • “R”, 1977-1986Box 35, Folder 10
      • Reagan, President Ronald, 1977-1985Box 35, Folder 11
      • Reagan, President Ronald: Citizens for Reagan, 1978-1980Box 35, Folder 12
      • Reno Sales Company: Silver Coins, 1968-1970Box 35, Folder 13
      • Republican Candidates: National, State, Local, 1976-1977Box 36, Folder 1
      • Republican Candidates: National, State, Local, 1977-1980Box 36, Folder 2
      • Republican Congressional Boosters Club, 1977-1981Box 36, Folder 3
      • Republican Party: CREEP: Correspondence, 1971-1973Box 36, Folder 4
      • Republican Party: CREEP: Correspondence, 1972Box 36, Folder 5
      • Republican Party: CREEP: Receipts, 1972-1973Box 36, Folder 6
      • Republican Party: Contribution Summary, 1970-1979Box 36, Folder 7
      • Republican Party: Headquarters: Policy Letter, 1979Box 36, Folder 8
      • Republican Party: GAO Investigation/CREEP, 1973Box 36, Folder 9
      • Republican Party: National Committee, 1977Box 36, Folder 10
      • Republican Party: National Congressional Ctte, 1978-1984Box 36, Folder 11
      • Republican Party: National Contributions (A-J), 1969-1975Box 36, Folder 12
      • Republican Party: National Contributions (K-Z), 1969-1975Box 36, Folder 13
      • Republican Party: National Finance Committee, 1965-1976Box 37, Folder 1
      • Republican Party: National Senatorial Committee, 1978-1985Box 37, Folder 2
      • Republican Party: Nixon/Agnew Campaign, 1967-1972Box 37, Folder 3
      • Republican Party: Presidential Task Force, 1982-1985Box 37, Folder 4
      • Republican Party: Senatorial Inner Circle, 1979-1986Box 37, Folder 5
      • Republican Party: State and Local Contributions, 1968-1975Box 37, Folder 6
      • Republican Party: Watergate: Jack Gleason, 1969-1971Box 37, Folder 7
      • Republican Party: Watergate Special Prosecution, 1970-1974Box 37, Folder 8
      • Republican Party: Young Republican National Federation, 1977-1981Box 37, Folder 9
      • Republican Party of Illinois, 1977Box 37, Folder 10
      • Republican Party of Illinois, 1978-1980Box 37, Folder 11
      • Republican Party of Illinois: Dirksen 500 Club, 1969-1983Box 37, Folder 12
      • Republican Party of Illinois: Finance Committee, 1975-1976Box 37, Folder 13
      • Republican Party of Illinois: 1200 Club, 1969-1982Box 37, Folder 14
      • Republican Party of Illinois: United Fund, 1969-1984Box 37, Folder 15
      • Rhodes College, 1979-1982Box 38, Folder 1
      • Roberts, Mel, 1939-1940Box 38, Folder 2
      • Roberts, Mel, 1941-1972Box 38, Folder 3
      • Rockford College, 1978-1984Box 38, Folder 4
      • Rockford College: National Committee, 1979-1980Box 38, Folder 5
      • Rockford Institute, 1978-1986Box 38, Folder 6
      • Rogers, Paul G., 1975-1976Box 38, Folder 7
      • Rotary One, 1962-1986Box 38, Folder 8
      • Rubloff, Arthur, 1977Box 38, Folder 9
      • “S-So”, 1977-1986Box 38, Folder 10
      • “Sp-Sz”, 1977-1986Box 39, Folder 1
      • St. Andrews Presbyterian College, 1978-1981Box 39, Folder 2
      • St. Anthony Club, New York, 1973Box 39, Folder 3
      • St. Francis Hospital: Founder's Day Dinner, 1978Box 39, Folder 4
      • Schmidt, Ted, 1973-1977Box 39, Folder 5
      • School of the Ozarks, 1977-1984Box 39, Folder 6
      • School of the Ozarks: Presidential Degree/Luncheon, 1978Box 39, Folder 7
      • Scientific Products Division, 1977-1983Box 39, Folder 8
      • Seaman, Ralph V., 1977-1983Box 39, Folder 9
      • Second Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale FL, 1974-1976Box 39, Folder 10
      • Seven Keys Company: Coconut Toast Spred, 1976-1985Box 39, Folder 11
      • Sheaffer Pen Company, 1972-1974Box 39, Folder 12
      • Simon, William: : Correspondence, 1979Box 39, Folder 13
      • Smith, G. T., 1972-1977Box 39, Folder 14
      • Stevenson, Adlai E., III, 1977-1980Box 39, Folder 15
      • Stover, W. H., 1976Box 39, Folder 16
      • Stover, W. H., 1977Box 39, Folder 17
      • Stover, W. H.: (Manuscript), 1976Box 39, Folder 18
      • Stover, W. H.: : Mailing list/Acknowledgment, 1977Box 40, Folder 1
      • Subscriptions: Cancellations, 1980-1986Box 40, Folder 2
      • Subscriptions: Magazines, 1984-1986Box 40, Folder 3
      • “T”, 1977-1986Box 40, Folder 4
      • Tax Policy Review Acts: College and University Correspondence, 1966-1975Box 40, Folder 5
      • Tax Policy Review Acts: Congressional Correspondence, 1969-1975Box 40, Folder 6
      • Tax Reform Bill HR10612: MTI Amendment, 1975-1976Box 40, Folder 7
      • Thompson, Governor James R., 1977-1985Box 40, Folder 8
      • Touche Ross & Co.: Hausman/Soskin/Stevens, 1979-1983Box 40, Folder 9
      • “U”, 1977-1986Box 40, Folder 10
      • United Presbyterian Foundation, 1977-1986Box 40, Folder 11
      • United Presbyterian Foundation: Trustee, 1964-1970Box 40, Folder 12
      • University of Chicago, 1978-1981Box 41, Folder 1
      • “V”, 1977-1986Box 41, Folder 2
      • “W”, 1977-1986Box 41, Folder 3
      • Walker, Harold, 1978-1985Box 41, Folder 4
      • Warren Wilson College, 1978-1985Box 41, Folder 5
      • Wisdom Hall of Fame: Gutterman, Leon, 1975-1977Box 41, Folder 6
      • Wisdom Hall of Fame: “God's Wisdom and the Holy Bible, 1976-1977Box 41, Folder 7
      • Wisdom Society: Gutterman, Leon, 1977-1984Box 41, Folder 8
      • Wittich, John J., 1980-1985Box 41, Folder 9
      • “Y-Z”, 1977-1986Box 41, Folder 10
      • Yankton College, 1978-1985Box 42, Folder 1
      • Young, Samuel H., 1974Box 42, Folder 2
      • Young, Samuel H., Volunteer: Campaign, 1976, 1975-1976Box 42, Folder 3
      • Zannini, Dr. John., 1980-1984Box 42, Folder 4
  • Philanthropic Records
    • Foster G. McGaw Foundation
      • FGM Foundation: Annual Report, 1977-1986Box 42, Folder 5
      • FGM Foundation: Asset Report, 1983-1986Box 42, Folder 6
      • FGM Foundation: Correspondence, 1963-1968Box 42, Folder 7
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1962-1967Box 42, Folder 8
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1968Box 42, Folder 9
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1969Box 42, Folder 10
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1970-1971Box 42, Folder 11
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1971-1972Box 42, Folder 12
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1972-1973Box 42, Folder 13
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1973-1974Box 42, Folder 14
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1974-1975Box 42, Folder 15
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1975Box 42, Folder 16
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1976Box 42, Folder 17
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1977Box 42, Folder 18
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1978Box 42, Folder 19
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1979Box 42, Folder 20
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1980Box 43, Folder 1
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1981Box 43, Folder 2
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1982Box 43, Folder 3
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1983Box 43, Folder 4
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution, 1984Box 43, Folder 5
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution and Income, 1985Box 43, Folder 6
      • FGM Foundation: Distribution and Income, 1986Box 43, Folder 7
      • FGM Foundation: Forms, 1980Box 43, Folder 8
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1962Box 43, Folder 9
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1963Box 43, Folder 10
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1964Box 43, Folder 11
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1965Box 43, Folder 12
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1966Box 43, Folder 13
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1967Box 43, Folder 14
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1968Box 43, Folder 15
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1969Box 43, Folder 16
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1970Box 43, Folder 17
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1971Box 43, Folder 18
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1972Box 43, Folder 19
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1973Box 43, Folder 20
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1974Box 43, Folder 21
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1975Box 43, Folder 22
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1976Box 43, Folder 23
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1977Box 43, Folder 24
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1978Box 44, Folder 1
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1979Box 44, Folder 2
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1980-1981Box 44, Folder 3
      • FGM Foundation: Income, 1986Box 44, Folder 4
      • FGM Foundation: Income Tax Reports: Federal, State, 1963-1980Box 44, Folder 5
      • FGM Foundation: IRS Tax Exempt Status, 1964-1980Box 44, Folder 6
      • FGM Foundation: Personal Contributions, Distribution, 1970-1971Box 44, Folder 7
      • FGM Foundation: Proposed Response to Requests, 1978Box 44, Folder 8
      • FGM Foundation: Requests for Gifts, 1984Box 44, Folder 9
      • FGM Foundation: Total Distribution, 1962-1980Box 44, Folder 10
      • FGM Foundation: Transfer of Foundation to Northern Trust Company, 1982-1984Box 44, Folder 11
      • FGM Foundation: Trust Agreement (1962)/Amendment (1964), 1962-1984Box 44, Folder 12
      • African Wildlife Leadership Fund, 1970-1971Box 44, Folder 13
      • Alexian Brothers Medical Center, 1984-1985Box 44, Folder 14
      • Alice Lloyd College, 1984-1986Box 44, Folder 15
      • American Asian Education Exchange, Inc., 1970-1971Box 44, Folder 16
      • American Bible Society, 1986Box 44, Folder 17
      • American Cancer Society, 1986Box 44, Folder 18
      • American Christian College, 1970-1975Box 44, Folder 19
      • American College of Hospital Administration, 1976-1983Box 44, Folder 20
      • American Indian Center, 1970-1977Box 44, Folder 21
      • American Economic Foundation, 1970Box 44, Folder 22
      • American Jewish Committee, 1969-1978Box 44, Folder 23
      • American Museum of Natural History, 1972-1978Box 44, Folder 24
      • American Red Cross, 1983Box 44, Folder 25
      • American Refugee Committee: Neal Ball, 1979-1984Box 44, Folder 26
      • American-Scottish Foundation, 1977-1985Box 44, Folder 27
      • American Trauma Society, 1977-1979Box 44, Folder 28
      • Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, 1977-1978Box 44, Folder 29
      • Art Institute of Chicago, 1966-1986Box 44, Folder 30
      • Atlas Economic Research Foundation, 1983-1986Box 45, Folder 1
      • AUPHA, 1976-1985Box 45, Folder 2
      • Beacon Neighborhood House, 1966-1983Box 45, Folder 3
      • Berea College, 1966-1976Box 45, Folder 4
      • Better Government Association, Chicago, 1965-1984Box 45, Folder 5
      • Billy Graham Center, 1982-1983Box 45, Folder 6
      • Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 1970-1976Box 45, Folder 7
      • Boy Scouts of America, 1966-1984Box 45, Folder 8
      • Brown, Ray E.: Management Collection Fund, 1969-1970Box 45, Folder 9
      • Calvary United Methodist Church, Egg Harbor WI, 1966-1973Box 45, Folder 10
      • Campbell Lodge, 1970-1976Box 45, Folder 11
      • CARE, 1967-1984Box 45, Folder 12
      • Center for Citizenship Education, 1980-1982Box 45, Folder 13
      • Center for Theological Inquiry, 1982-1986Box 45, Folder 14
      • Ezzard Charles School, 1979-1980Box 45, Folder 15
      • Chicago Area Project, 1969-1970Box 45, Folder 16
      • Chicago Boys Clubs, 1967-1983Box 45, Folder 17
      • Chicago Boys Clubs: Eisenberg Club of Chicago, 1969-1984Box 45, Folder 18
      • Chicago Clergy Association for the Homeless, 1985-1986Box 45, Folder 19
      • Chicago Commons Association, 1967-1985Box 45, Folder 20
      • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1981-1985Box 45, Folder 21
      • Chicago Crime Commission, 1978-1985Box 45, Folder 22
      • Chicago Foundlings Home, 1965-1971Box 45, Folder 23
      • Chicago Historical Society, 1986Box 45, Folder 24
      • Chicago Horticultural Society, 1974-1983Box 45, Folder 25
      • Chicago Lung Association, 1970-1982Box 45, Folder 26
      • Chicago Sunday Evening Club, 1965-1986Box 45, Folder 27
      • Chicago Symphony Orchestral Association, 1972-1984Box 45, Folder 28
      • Chicago/Wesley Memorial Hospital, 1968-1970Box 45, Folder 29
      • Chicago Youth Centers, 1970-1986Box 45, Folder 30
      • Chicago Zoological Park, 1968-1984Box 45, Folder 31
      • Child Care Center Association, Inc., 1967-1968Box 45, Folder 32
      • Child Care Association of Illinois, 1977-1978Box 45, Folder 33
      • Child Welfare League: Chicago Committee, 1970-1979Box 45, Folder 34
      • Christ for the Nations, 1968Box 45, Folder 35
      • Christian Appalachian Project, 1972-1984Box 45, Folder 36
      • Christian Service Corps, 1967-1972Box 46, Folder 1
      • Christopher House, 1965-1979Box 46, Folder 2
      • Chrysalis Learning Community, 1980-1981Box 46, Folder 3
      • Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1963-1984Box 46, Folder 4
      • Citizens Honesty Elect Foundation, 1967-1971Box 46, Folder 5
      • College of Wooster, 1982-1983Box 46, Folder 6
      • Community Hospital, 1964-1973Box 46, Folder 7
      • Council of the Southern Mountains, 1966-1968Box 46, Folder 8
      • Cradle, 1983-1986Box 46, Folder 9
      • Cumberland College, 1974-1976Box 46, Folder 10
      • Davidson College, 1972-1976Box 46, Folder 11
      • Disabled American Veterans, 1970Box 46, Folder 12
      • Door County Memorial Hospital, 1959-1970Box 46, Folder 13
      • Duke University Hospital Administration, 1977-1983Box 46, Folder 14
      • Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, 1972-1975Box 46, Folder 15
      • Easy K Foundation, 1967Box 46, Folder 16
      • Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1982-1983Box 46, Folder 17
      • Ecumenical Institute, 1977-1980Box 46, Folder 18
      • Eisenhower College, 1970-1971Box 46, Folder 19
      • Elvaston Presbyterian Church, 1972-1973Box 46, Folder 20
      • Epilepsy Foundation of America, 1980-1982Box 46, Folder 21
      • Erie Neighborhood House Family, 1975-1985Box 46, Folder 22
      • Evans Scholars Foundation, 1971-1984Box 46, Folder 23
      • Evanston Historical Society, 1967-1978Box 46, Folder 24
      • Evanston Hospital Association, 1964-1983Box 46, Folder 25
      • Evanston Hospital Women's Auxiliary, 1969-1975Box 46, Folder 26
      • Evanston Mental Health Society, 1966-1967Box 46, Folder 27
      • Evanston Symphony Orchestra Association, 1965-1979Box 46, Folder 28
      • Family Focus, 1985-1986Box 46, Folder 29
      • Farleigh Dickinson University, 1968Box 46, Folder 30
      • Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 1971-1983Box 46, Folder 31
      • Field Museum of Natural History, 1970-1982Box 46, Folder 32
      • First Methodist Church, 1968Box 46, Folder 33
      • First Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 1969Box 46, Folder 34
      • First Presbyterian Church, Evanston IL, 1970-1976Box 46, Folder 35
      • First Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest IL, 1974-1985Box 46, Folder 36
      • Five Hospital Homebound Elderly, 1981-1985Box 46, Folder 37
      • Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, 1965-1984Box 46, Folder 38
      • Freedom Studies Center, 1970-1971Box 46, Folder 39
      • Glenwood School for Boys, 1970-1971Box 46, Folder 40
      • Goodwill Industries, 1966-1983Box 46, Folder 41
      • Gorton Communities Center, 1983Box 46, Folder 42
      • Greenville College, 1984Box 46, Folder 43
      • Hadley School for the Blind, 1967-1985Box 46, Folder 44
      • Harding College, 1975-1976Box 46, Folder 45
      • Help Hospital Veterans, 1983Box 47, Folder 1
      • Heritage Foundation, 1980-1985Box 47, Folder 2
      • Holy Cross Hospital, 1969-1973Box 47, Folder 3
      • Hospital Research and Education Trust, 1973Box 47, Folder 4
      • Hull House Association, 1972-1984Box 47, Folder 5
      • Hundred Club of Cook County, 1969-1986Box 47, Folder 6
      • Illinois Children's Home and Aid Society, 1966-1974Box 47, Folder 7
      • Illinois Council of the Blind, Inc., 1972-1973Box 47, Folder 8
      • Illinois Shore Girl Scout Council, 1966-1983Box 47, Folder 9
      • Illinois Wesleyan University, 1971-1985Box 47, Folder 10
      • Information Council of the Americas, 1972-1974Box 47, Folder 11
      • Institute of Medicine of Chicago, 1971-1983Box 47, Folder 12
      • International College of Surgeons Museum, 1971-1973Box 47, Folder 13
      • Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1983-1984Box 47, Folder 14
      • Istanbul University: Dr. Kubilay Baysal, 1984-1985Box 47, Folder 15
      • Izaak Walton League of America, 1970-1983Box 47, Folder 16
      • Japan International Christian University Found., 1970-1975Box 47, Folder 17
      • Junior Achievement, Chicago, 1965-1985Box 47, Folder 18
      • Junior Achievement, Lake County IL, 1970-1978Box 47, Folder 19
      • Kendall College, 1970-1985Box 47, Folder 20
      • Ladd Arboretum, 1972-1981Box 47, Folder 21
      • Lake Forest Academy, 1971-1986Box 47, Folder 22
      • Lake Forest College, 1970-1976Box 47, Folder 23
      • Lake Forest Country Day School, 1978-1984Box 47, Folder 24
      • Lake Forest Hospital, 1975-1984Box 47, Folder 25
      • Lake Forest Symphony, 1985Box 47, Folder 26
      • Layman's National Bible Commission, 1980-1984Box 47, Folder 27
      • Lincoln Park Zoological Society, 1979-1980Box 47, Folder 28
      • Little Sisters of the Poor, 1977-1985Box 47, Folder 29
      • Louisville Theological Seminary, 1986Box 47, Folder 30
      • Loyola University Presidential Fund, 1980-1984Box 47, Folder 31
      • Lutheran Institute of Human Ecology, 1970-1977Box 47, Folder 32
      • Lyric Opera of Chicago, 1974-1983Box 47, Folder 33
      • McCormick Hospital, Thailand, 1967-1969Box 48, Folder 1
      • McCormick Seminary, Chicago, 1979-1984Box 48, Folder 2
      • McCormick Seminary: FGM Foundation Operations Budget, 1965-1984Box 48, Folder 3
      • McGraw Wildlife Foundation, 1980-1984Box 48, Folder 4
      • Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, 1978-1985Box 48, Folder 5
      • Mayo Foundation, 1972-1978Box 48, Folder 6
      • Medic Alert Foundation, 1980-1984Box 48, Folder 7
      • Meharry Medical College, 1969-1976Box 48, Folder 8
      • Mid-American Institute for Public Policy Research, 1984-1985Box 48, Folder 9
      • Millikan University, 1981-1982Box 48, Folder 10
      • Ministry Resource Center, Inc., 1985-1986Box 48, Folder 11
      • Mission Honduras, 1985Box 48, Folder 12
      • Monmouth College, 1986Box 48, Folder 13
      • Montreat-Anderson College, 1983Box 48, Folder 14
      • Mt. Union College, 1981Box 48, Folder 15
      • Mundt, Karl E.: Historical/Educational Foundation, 1968Box 48, Folder 16
      • NAACP Special Contribution Fund, 1967-1974Box 48, Folder 17
      • National Audubon Society, 1971-1984Box 48, Folder 18
      • National College of Education, 1966-1983Box 48, Folder 19
      • National Commission for Prevention of Child Abuse, 1980-1984Box 48, Folder 20
      • National Education Program, 1966-1977Box 48, Folder 21
      • National Federation of the Blind, 1986Box 48, Folder 22
      • National Foundation for Cancer Research, 1983-1984Box 48, Folder 23
      • National 4-H Foundation, 1970-1974Box 48, Folder 24
      • National Fund for Medical Education, 1963-1985Box 48, Folder 25
      • National Jewish Hospital and Residential Center, 1967-1979Box 48, Folder 26
      • National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1967-1983Box 48, Folder 27
      • National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, 1969-1984Box 48, Folder 28
      • National Wildlife Foundation, 1972-1983Box 48, Folder 29
      • Nature Conservancy, 1972-1983Box 48, Folder 30
      • Neighbors at Work, 1970Box 48, Folder 31
      • Nor-Dor Medical Center, 1967-1968Box 48, Folder 32
      • Northwestern University: C. L. Compere Suite, 1977-1978Box 48, Folder 33
      • Northwestern University: Foreign Trainees Fund, 1976-1977Box 48, Folder 34
      • Northwestern University: General, 1970-1984Box 48, Folder 35
      • Northwestern University: Kampsville Archeology Project, 1977-1978Box 48, Folder 36
      • Northwestern University: President's Fund, 1962-1983Box 49, Folder 1
      • Northwestern University Settlement, 1977-1983Box 49, Folder 2
      • Pace Institute, 1974-1977Box 49, Folder 3
      • Park Ridge School for Girls, 1967Box 49, Folder 4
      • Peninsula Music Festival, Ephriam WI, 1970Box 49, Folder 5
      • Pikeville College, 1978Box 49, Folder 6
      • Piney Woods Country Life School, 1970-1977Box 49, Folder 7
      • Planned Parenthood Association, 1968-1972Box 49, Folder 8
      • Presbyterian Home: McGaw Infirmary, 1974Box 49, Folder 9
      • Presbyterian Home: Parsonage Cottage, 1965-1984Box 49, Folder 10
      • Presbyterian Home: Geneva Place, 1972-1983Box 49, Folder 11
      • Presbyterian Lay Committee, 1970-1976Box 49, Folder 12
      • Presbyterian Medical Center, Taegu, Korea, 1974Box 49, Folder 13
      • Primary Care Center, 1985-1986Box 49, Folder 14
      • Project Hope, 1969-1983Box 49, Folder 15
      • Project Leap: Educational and Residential Funds, 1973Box 49, Folder 16
      • Protestant Foundation of Greater Chicago, 1971-1983Box 49, Folder 17
      • Queens College, 1985-1986Box 49, Folder 18
      • Radio Free Europe, 1971-1984Box 49, Folder 19
      • Ravinia Festival, 1973-1986Box 49, Folder 20
      • Michael Reese Hospital: Pastoral Care, 1981-1983Box 49, Folder 21
      • Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 1966-1984Box 49, Folder 22
      • Reid Memorial Hospital, 1985Box 49, Folder 23
      • Religion in American Life, 1978-1983Box 49, Folder 24
      • Research Foundation, 1967-1976Box 49, Folder 25
      • Rockford College: Nursing Program, 1980-1983Box 49, Folder 26
      • Rockford Institute, 1980-1985Box 49, Folder 27
      • Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU, 1970-1971Box 49, Folder 28
      • Rotary Club of Chicago, 1976-1983Box 49, Folder 29
      • Rotary One Foundation, 1965-1979Box 49, Folder 30
      • Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center, 1967-1984Box 49, Folder 31
      • Rust College, 1971-1979Box 49, Folder 32
      • St. Andrews Presbyterian College, 1970-1976Box 49, Folder 33
      • St. Francis Hospital, 1965-1976Box 49, Folder 34
      • Salvation Army, 1965-1984Box 49, Folder 35
      • Samaritan Center, 1984Box 49, Folder 36
      • School of the Ozarks, 1969-1986Box 49, Folder 37
      • Schweitzer, Albert: Fellowship, 1971-1972Box 50, Folder 1
      • Second Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1970-1974Box 50, Folder 2
      • Service Club of Chicago, 1971-1985Box 50, Folder 3
      • Settlement Institute of Appalachia, 1974-1984Box 50, Folder 4
      • Skokie Valley Community Hospital, 1965-1979Box 50, Folder 5
      • Society of Educators and Scholars, 1978-1979Box 50, Folder 6
      • South Cook County Girl Scouts, 1971-1973Box 50, Folder 7
      • Southwest Indian Fund, 1970-1971Box 50, Folder 8
      • Trans World Mission, 1978-1980Box 50, Folder 9
      • United Cerebral Palsy, 1968-1982Box 50, Folder 10
      • United Charities of Chicago, 1967-1974Box 50, Folder 11
      • United Fund of Broward County, 1971-1973Box 50, Folder 12
      • United Fund of Door County, 1965-1973Box 50, Folder 13
      • United Fund of Evanston, 1965-1986Box 50, Folder 14
      • United Negro College Fund, 1966-1984Box 50, Folder 15
      • United Presbyterian Church, USA, 1969-1971Box 50, Folder 16
      • United Presbyterian Foundation, New York, 1974-1977Box 50, Folder 17
      • United Presbyterian Foundation, India, 1978-1979Box 50, Folder 18
      • United Settlement Appeal, 1970-1973Box 50, Folder 19
      • United Way of Lake Forest, 1975-1985Box 50, Folder 20
      • University of Chicago, 1972-1986Box 50, Folder 21
      • University of Chicago: Friedman Fund, 1976-1977Box 50, Folder 22
      • University of Nebraska: Wicks Alumni Center, 1981-1983Box 50, Folder 23
      • University of Santa Clara, 1973-1978Box 50, Folder 24
      • University of Southern California, 1969-1974Box 50, Folder 25
      • Volunteer Rescue Army, 1974Box 50, Folder 26
      • WTTW, 1965-1986Box 50, Folder 27
      • Warren Wilson College, 1973-1986Box 50, Folder 28
      • Wheaton College, 1970-1986Box 50, Folder 29
      • World Wildlife Fund, 1971-1972Box 50, Folder 30
      • Young Men's Christian Association, 1970-1983Box 50, Folder 31
      • YMCA of Greater Lake County, 1984-1986Box 50, Folder 32
      • YWCA of Lake County, 1967Box 50, Folder 33
      • YWCA of Evanston, 1977-1986Box 50, Folder 34
      • Young America Foundation, 1982-1983Box 50, Folder 35
    • Charitable Fund
      • American College of Hospital Administrators, 1969-1976Box 51, Folder 1
      • College of Wooster, 1966-1970Box 51, Folder 2
      • Charitable Fund (A-E), 1967-1970Box 51, Folder 3
      • Charitable Fund (F-J), 1967-1969Box 51, Folder 4
      • Hancock County Nursing Home, 1967Box 51, Folder 5
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1960-1970Box 51, Folder 6
      • Charitable Fund (K-N), 1967-1970Box 51, Folder 7
      • Northwestern University: General, 1969Box 51, Folder 8
      • Northwestern University: School of Medicine, 1965-1968Box 51, Folder 9
      • Northwestern University: Young Republican Club, 1965-1975Box 51, Folder 10
      • Charitable Fund (O-S), 1967-1969Box 51, Folder 11
      • Presbyterian Home: Geneva Place, 1968-1969Box 51, Folder 12
      • Presbyterian Home: Mary McGaw Infirmary, 1967Box 51, Folder 13
      • Second Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1967-1969Box 51, Folder 14
      • Charitable Fund (T-Z), 1967-1969Box 51, Folder 15
      • University of Chicago: Coggeshal Fund, 1968-1969Box 51, Folder 16
      • YMCA, Chicago, 1967-1969Box 51, Folder 17
      • World Council of Churches, 1967Box 51, Folder 18
      • YWCA Building Fund Drive, 1966-1972Box 51, Folder 19
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Income and Distribution, 1965Box 51, Folder 20
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Income and Distribution, 1966Box 52, Folder 1
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Income and Distribution, 1967Box 52, Folder 2
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Income and Distribution, 1968Box 52, Folder 3
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Income and Distribution, 1969-1970Box 52, Folder 4
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Safe Keeping Account, 1973Box 52, Folder 5
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Trust Papers, 1965-1978Box 52, Folder 6
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Correspondence, 1967-1979Box 52, Folder 7
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Check and Stationery Samples, 1969Box 52, Folder 8
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Internal Revenue Service, 1965-1979Box 52, Folder 9
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Requests for Contribution, 1976-1978Box 52, Folder 10
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Form Letters, 1972Box 52, Folder 11
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Contribution Requests: No Response, 1977Box 52, Folder 12
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Contribution Requests: No Response, 1978Box 52, Folder 13
      • FGM Charitable Fund: Contribution Requests: Refused, 1975-1978Box 52, Folder 14
      • American College of Hospital Administration: FGM Loan/Scholarship Fund, 1975-1981Box 53, Folder 1
      • AUPHA (Association of University Programs in Health Administration): Administrative Corres., 1979-1986Box 53, Folder 2
      • AUPHA, 1969-1971Box 53, Folder 3
      • AUPHA, 1971-1973Box 53, Folder 4
      • AUPHA, 1974-1975Box 53, Folder 5
      • AUPHA, 1975-1976Box 53, Folder 6
      • AUPHA, 1977-1978Box 53, Folder 7
      • AUPHA, 1979-1980Box 54, Folder 1
      • AUPHA, 1981-1982Box 54, Folder 2
      • AUPHA, 1983-1984Box 54, Folder 3
      • AUPHA, 1985-1986Box 54, Folder 4
      • AUPHA, n.d.Box 54, Folder 5
      • AUPHA: McGaw Faculty Fellow, 1975-1978Box 54, Folder 6
    • Personal Contributions
      • A: Personal Contributions, 1946-1984Box 54, Folder 7
      • A: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1969-1979Box 54, Folder 8
      • Alice Lloyd College, 1972-1978Box 54, Folder 9
      • American Conservative Union (ACU), 1977-1979Box 54, Folder 10
      • American Refugee Committee, 1977-1985Box 54, Folder 11
      • American Scottish Foundation, Inc., 1967-1980Box 54, Folder 12
      • American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1970Box 55, Folder 1
      • Art Institute of Chicago, 1984Box 55, Folder 2
      • Association of American Medical Colleges, 1977Box 55, Folder 3
      • Austin College,, 1978Box 55, Folder 4
      • B: Personal Contributions, 1940-1979Box 55, Folder 5
      • B: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1962-1982Box 55, Folder 6
      • Bangladesh, 1972-1974Box 55, Folder 7
      • Berea College, 1972-1978Box 55, Folder 8
      • Bibles for the World, 1979Box 55, Folder 9
      • Bicentennial Essay Contest for High School Students, 1975-1976Box 55, Folder 10
      • C: Personal Contributions, 1936-1980Box 55, Folder 11
      • C: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1962-1973Box 55, Folder 12
      • Catholic Hospital Association, 1965Box 55, Folder 13
      • Chapman College, 1977-1978Box 55, Folder 14
      • Chicago Botanic Garden, 1964-1984Box 55, Folder 15
      • Chicago Foundling Home, 1965Box 55, Folder 16
      • Chicago Lung Association, 1937-1974Box 55, Folder 17
      • Chicago Rotary Club: Rotary One, 1954-1976Box 55, Folder 18
      • Chicago Sunday Evening Club, 1954-1984Box 55, Folder 19
      • Chicago Leadership Prayer Breakfast, 1976-1979Box 55, Folder 20
      • Christian Broadcasting Network, 1979Box 55, Folder 21
      • Christopher House, 1936-1980Box 55, Folder 22
      • Church Federation of Chicago, 1957-1963Box 55, Folder 23
      • Coe College, 1978-1981Box 55, Folder 24
      • College of Wooster, 1977-1985Box 56, Folder 1
      • College of Wooster: Chapel Pledge, 1967-1972Box 56, Folder 2
      • College of Wooster: Estate Pledge, 1971-1977Box 56, Folder 3
      • Committee on the Status of Women, 1976-1978Box 56, Folder 4
      • Community Hospital, Evanston IL, 1977-1986Box 56, Folder 5
      • Crusade of Mercy, Chicago, 1970-1971Box 56, Folder 6
      • Cumberland College, 1975-1977Box 56, Folder 7
      • D: Personal Contributions, 1959-1979Box 56, Folder 8
      • D: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1972Box 56, Folder 9
      • Dartmouth College, 1953Box 56, Folder 10
      • Dartmouth College: Vail Professorship, 1973-1978Box 56, Folder 11
      • Dartmouth College: Medical School: Vail Medical Building, 1967-1974Box 56, Folder 12
      • Davidson College, 1977-1980Box 56, Folder 13
      • Denison University, 1951-1982Box 56, Folder 14
      • Disabled American Veterans, 1955-1983Box 56, Folder 15
      • Duke University: Medical Center, 1972-1976Box 56, Folder 16
      • E: Personal Contributions, 1936-1985Box 56, Folder 17
      • E: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1956-1979Box 56, Folder 18
      • Eisenhower, Dwight D., Republican Center, 1967-1977Box 57, Folder 1
      • Erie Neighborhood House, Chicago, 1977Box 57, Folder 2
      • Evans Scholars Foundation Books, 1977-1985Box 57, Folder 3
      • Evanston Historical Society, 1953-1967Box 57, Folder 4
      • Evanston Hospital Association: Building Fund, 1947-1971Box 57, Folder 5
      • Evanston Hospital Association: Hospital Sunday, 1949-1972Box 57, Folder 6
      • Evanston Hospital Association: Women's Auxiliary, 1936-1967Box 57, Folder 7
      • Evanston Hospital Association Foundation, 1937-1966Box 57, Folder 8
      • Evanston Hospital Memorials, 1958-1972Box 57, Folder 9
      • Evanston Symphony Orchestra, 1953-1964Box 57, Folder 10
      • F: Personal Contributions, 1961-1970Box 57, Folder 11
      • F: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1958-1974Box 57, Folder 12
      • Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 1971-1978Box 57, Folder 13
      • First Presbyterian Church, Evanston IL, 1947-1972Box 57, Folder 14
      • First Presbyterian Church, Lake Forest IL, 1975-1980Box 57, Folder 15
      • G: Personal Contributions, 1949-1985Box 57, Folder 16
      • G: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1959-1968Box 57, Folder 17
      • Garden Grove Community Church, 1978-1982Box 57, Folder 18
      • H: Personal Contributions, 1950-1979Box 57, Folder 19
      • H: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1962-1981Box 57, Folder 20
      • Highland Park Hospital, 1978Box 57, Folder 21
      • Hillsdale College, 1975-1977Box 57, Folder 22
      • Houtkamp, Charles, 1976-1979Box 57, Folder 23
      • Hull House, Chicago, 1973-1978Box 57, Folder 24
      • I: Personal Contributions, 1937-1983Box 57, Folder 25
      • I: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1962-1970Box 57, Folder 26
      • Illinois College, 1972-1978Box 57, Folder 27
      • Illinois St. Andrew Society, 1970-1975Box 57, Folder 28
      • Illinois Wesleyan University: Estate Note, 1970-1977Box 57, Folder 29
      • Institute of Medicine, Chicago, 1977-1978Box 57, Folder 30
      • International Center of Economic Policy Studies, 1978Box 57, Folder 31
      • J: Personal Contributions, 1955-1972Box 57, Folder 32
      • J: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1971-1979Box 57, Folder 33
      • K: Personal Contributions, 1967-1982Box 57, Folder 34
      • K: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1972-1980Box 57, Folder 35
      • Kalamazoo College, 1962-1980Box 57, Folder 36
      • Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, 1978Box 57, Folder 37
      • Keokuk YM/YWCA, Keokuk, IA, 1972-1973Box 57, Folder 38
      • Knoxville College, 1985Box 57, Folder 39
      • L: Personal Contributions, 1970-1980Box 58, Folder 1
      • L: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1950-1965Box 58, Folder 2
      • Lake Forest College, 1976-1985Box 58, Folder 3
      • Lake Forest Hospital, 1975-1979Box 58, Folder 4
      • La Rabida Children's Hospital, Chicago, 1970-1971Box 58, Folder 5
      • Little City Foundation, Chicago, 1970-1971Box 58, Folder 6
      • Living Trust: Correspondence, 1979Box 58, Folder 7
      • Living Trust: Form Letter, n.d.Box 58, Folder 8
      • Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1983-1985Box 58, Folder 9
      • Loyola University, 1967-1973Box 58, Folder 10
      • Loyola University, 1977Box 58, Folder 11
      • M: Personal Contributions, 1949-1979Box 58, Folder 12
      • M: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1965-1985Box 58, Folder 13
      • MacMurray College, 1972-1978Box 58, Folder 14
      • Maryville College, 1978-1981Box 58, Folder 15
      • McCormick Theological Seminary, 1958-1976Box 58, Folder 16
      • McCormick Theological Seminary, 1956-1985Box 58, Folder 17
      • McCormick Theological Seminary: General Fund, 1953-1960Box 58, Folder 18
      • McGraw Wildlife Foundation, 1976-1977Box 58, Folder 19
      • Meharry Medical College, 1970-1977Box 58, Folder 20
      • Memorial Hospital, Carthage IL, 1952Box 58, Folder 21
      • Montreat-Anderson College, 1980Box 58, Folder 22
      • N: Personal Contributions, 1953-1980Box 58, Folder 23
      • N: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1956Box 59, Folder 1
      • National College of Education, 1971-1983Box 59, Folder 2
      • National College of Education: Estate Note, 1972-1973Box 59, Folder 3
      • National College of Education: Investment Letter, 1971-1974Box 59, Folder 4
      • National College of Education: UDRM Program, 1972-1973Box 59, Folder 5
      • National Conservative Political Action Committee, 1977-1979Box 59, Folder 6
      • National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1970-1971Box 59, Folder 7
      • National Education Program, Searcy, AR, 1977-1978Box 59, Folder 8
      • National Presbyterian Church: Chapel of Presidents, 1969-1972Box 59, Folder 9
      • National Right to Work: Legal Defense Fund, 1973-1978Box 59, Folder 10
      • National Wildlife Federation, 1938-1971Box 59, Folder 11
      • Northwestern University, 1939-1984Box 59, Folder 12
      • Northwestern University: Alumni Educational Aid Fund, 1957-1972Box 59, Folder 13
      • Northwestern University: Fourth Ridge Avenue Foundation, 1970-1972Box 59, Folder 14
      • Northwestern University: Mary W. McGaw Award, 1945-1961Box 59, Folder 15
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Medical Center, 1969-1972Box 59, Folder 16
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Medical Center: Estate Note, 1972-1973Box 59, Folder 17
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Memorial Hall, 1950-1956Box 59, Folder 18
      • Northwestern University: Memorial Gifts, 1962-1980Box 59, Folder 19
      • Northwestern University: Spies Committee Fund, 1957Box 59, Folder 20
      • O: Personal Contributions, 1972Box 60, Folder 1
      • O: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1963Box 60, Folder 2
      • Olooseos Rural Development Centre, Kenya, 1971-1972Box 60, Folder 3
      • P: Personal Contributions, 1954-1980Box 60, Folder 4
      • P: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1968-1980Box 60, Folder 5
      • Pikeville College, 1952-1980Box 60, Folder 6
      • Piney Woods Country Life Day School, 1977-1978Box 60, Folder 7
      • Presbyterian Home, 1942-1975Box 60, Folder 8
      • Presbyterian Home, Evanston IL, 1964-1967Box 60, Folder 9
      • Presbyterian Home: Estate Note, 1971-1974Box 60, Folder 10
      • Presbyterian Home: Mary McGaw Infirmary, 1978Box 60, Folder 11
      • Presbyterian Home: Memorials, 1961-1981Box 60, Folder 12
      • Presbyterian Home: The Parsonage, 1959-1977Box 60, Folder 13
      • Presbyterian Home: Women's Board, 1968-1975Box 60, Folder 14
      • Presbyterian Lay Committee, Chicago, 1965-1978Box 60, Folder 15
      • Presbyterian Medical Center, Taegu, Korea, 1972-1975Box 60, Folder 16
      • Presbyterian Hospital, Taegu, Korea, 1968-1972Box 60, Folder 17
      • Princeton Theological Seminary, 1978Box 60, Folder 18
      • Protestant Foundation of Greater Chicago, 1965-1979Box 60, Folder 19
      • Queens College, 1980Box 60, Folder 20
      • R: Personal Contributions, 1962-1983Box 60, Folder 21
      • R: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1967-1979Box 60, Folder 22
      • Ravinia Festival Association: Guarantor Fund, 1950-1964Box 60, Folder 23
      • Ravinia Festival Association: Opus Membership, 1972-1979Box 60, Folder 24
      • Rockford College, 1977-1978Box 61, Folder 1
      • Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke's, Chicago, 1977-1985Box 61, Folder 2
      • S: Personal Contributions, 1939-1979Box 61, Folder 3
      • S: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1962-1981Box 61, Folder 4
      • St. Andrew's Presbyterian College, 1977-1978Box 61, Folder 5
      • St. Francis Hospital, Evanston IL, 1977-1978Box 61, Folder 6
      • St. Louis University, 1975Box 61, Folder 7
      • Salvation Army, 1948-1975Box 61, Folder 8
      • Schlafly, Phyllis: Eagle Trust Foundation, 1971-1977Box 61, Folder 9
      • School of the Ozarks, 1974-1978Box 61, Folder 10
      • Second Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1956-1978Box 61, Folder 11
      • Southwestern University at Memphis, 1978Box 61, Folder 12
      • Stover, William: Book Project, 1976Box 61, Folder 13
      • T: Personal Contributions, 1964-1976Box 61, Folder 14
      • T: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1968-1973Box 61, Folder 15
      • Tamu Tamu Hospital, Karatina, Kenya, 1972Box 61, Folder 16
      • U: Personal Contributions, 1939-1975Box 61, Folder 17
      • U: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1958-1978Box 61, Folder 18
      • Union Theological Seminary, 1975-1978Box 61, Folder 19
      • United Presbyterian Church: Charitable Trust, 1985Box 61, Folder 20
      • United Presbyterian Church: Fifty Million Fund, 1965-1974Box 61, Folder 21
      • United Presbyterian Foundation, New York, 1953-1977Box 61, Folder 22
      • United States Olympic Committee, 1941-1978Box 62, Folder 1
      • University of Chicago, 1947-1981Box 62, Folder 2
      • University of Istanbul: Institute of Economics, 1971-1972Box 62, Folder 3
      • University of Nebraska: M. W. McGaw Gift, 1973-1982Box 62, Folder 4
      • University of Santa Clara, 1974-1979Box 62, Folder 5
      • V: Personal Contributions, 1980Box 62, Folder 6
      • V: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1974-1975Box 62, Folder 7
      • Vineyard Haven Library, Vineyard Haven MA, 1971-1973Box 62, Folder 8
      • W: Personal Contributions, 1948-1980Box 62, Folder 9
      • W: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1967-1975Box 62, Folder 10
      • Warren Wilson College, 1974-1978Box 62, Folder 11
      • Wisdom Society, 1969-1977Box 62, Folder 12
      • World Council of Churches, 1971-1972Box 62, Folder 13
      • Yankton College, 1979-1980Box 62, Folder 14
      • XYZ: Personal Contributions, 1948-1984Box 62, Folder 15
      • XYZ: Personal Contributions and Memorials, 1959-1970Box 62, Folder 16
    • General Philanthropies
      • Alice Lloyd College, 1978-1985Box 62, Folder 17
      • ACHA (American College of Hospital Administrators), 1970-1975Box 62, Folder 18
      • ACHA, 1976-1981Box 62, Folder 19
      • American Scottish Foundation, 1971-1972Box 62, Folder 20
      • Art Institute of Chicago, 1984Box 62, Folder 21
      • Association of American Medical Colleges, 1977Box 62, Folder 22
      • Association of Student Governments, 1970Box 62, Folder 23
      • Austin College, 1978-1979Box 62, Folder 24
      • Berea College, 1972-1985Box 63, Folder 1
      • Calvary Community United Methodist Church, Egg Harbor WI, 1972Box 63, Folder 2
      • Chapman College, 1978-1981Box 63, Folder 3
      • Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1971Box 63, Folder 4
      • Christopher House, Chicago, 1977Box 63, Folder 5
      • College of Wooster, 1951-1970Box 63, Folder 6
      • College of Wooster, 1971Box 63, Folder 7
      • College of Wooster, 1972-1976Box 63, Folder 8
      • College of Wooster, 1977-1985Box 63, Folder 9
      • Community Hospital, Chicago, 1977Box 63, Folder 10
      • Cumberland College, 1975-1981Box 64, Folder 1
      • Cumberland College, 1981-1984Box 64, Folder 2
      • Dartmouth, 1969-1973Box 64, Folder 3
      • Dartmouth, 1974-1984Box 64, Folder 4
      • Davidson College, 1977-1985Box 64, Folder 5
      • Denison University, 1978-1985Box 64, Folder 6
      • Door County Memorial Hospital, 1970Box 64, Folder 7
      • Eisenhower College, Seneca Falls NY, 1967-1972Box 64, Folder 8
      • Eisenhower National Republican Center, 1969-1971Box 64, Folder 9
      • Erie Neighborhood House, Chicago, 1972Box 64, Folder 10
      • First Presbyterian Church: Lake Forest IL, 1975Box 64, Folder 11
      • Garden Grove Community Church (Robert Schuller), Garden Grove CA, 1978-1985Box 64, Folder 12
      • Greenville College, 1983-1984Box 64, Folder 13
      • Hancock County Nursing Home, Carthage IL, 1968Box 65, Folder 1
      • Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park IL, 1978-1979Box 65, Folder 2
      • Hillsdale College, 1977Box 65, Folder 3
      • Hull House Association, Chicago, 1977Box 65, Folder 4
      • Holy Cross Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1978Box 65, Folder 5
      • Illinois College, 1978-1983Box 65, Folder 6
      • Illinois St. Andrew's Society, Chicago, 1971-1978Box 65, Folder 7
      • Institute of Medicine, Chicago, 1978-1982Box 65, Folder 8
      • Illinois Wesleyan University, 1953-1979Box 65, Folder 9
      • Knoxville College, 1985Box 65, Folder 10
      • Lake Forest College, Lake Forest IL, 1977-1985Box 65, Folder 11
      • Lake Forest Hospital, Lake Forest IL, 1975-1983Box 65, Folder 12
      • Lakeview Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 1972Box 65, Folder 13
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1966-1971Box 65, Folder 14
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1971-1972Box 65, Folder 15
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1972Box 66, Folder 1
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1972-1973Box 66, Folder 2
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1973-1974Box 66, Folder 3
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1974-1977Box 66, Folder 4
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1977-1978Box 66, Folder 5
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1979-1981Box 66, Folder 6
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1982-1984Box 66, Folder 7
      • Loyola University, Chicago, 1985Box 67, Folder 1
      • MacMurray College, 1979-1984Box 67, Folder 2
      • Marine Corps Scholarship, 1978-1979Box 67, Folder 3
      • Maryville College, 1978-1986Box 67, Folder 4
      • McCormick Seminary, 1957-1966Box 67, Folder 5
      • McCormick Seminary, 1971-1986Box 67, Folder 6
      • McGaw Medical Center, 1969-1970Box 67, Folder 7
      • McGaw Medical Center, 1970-1972Box 67, Folder 8
      • McGaw Medical Center, 1973-1978Box 67, Folder 9
      • McGaw Scholars Foundation, 1983-1986Box 68, Folder 1
      • McGaw YMCA, Evanston IL, 1984-1985Box 68, Folder 2
      • McGraw Wildlife Federation, 1977-1981Box 68, Folder 3
      • Meharry Medical College, 1970-1985Box 68, Folder 4
      • Montreat-Anderson College, 1980-1983Box 68, Folder 5
      • National Education Program, 1978-1982Box 68, Folder 6
      • National College of Education, 1972Box 68, Folder 7
      • National College of Education, 1973-1985Box 68, Folder 8
      • Northwestern University, 1954-1969Box 68, Folder 9
      • Northwestern University, 1970-1986Box 68, Folder 10
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Hall, 1951Box 68, Folder 11
      • Northwestern University: McGaw Hall, 1951-1954Box 69, Folder 1
      • Northwestern University: Millar/Vail Chapel, 1960-1962Box 69, Folder 2
      • Northwestern University: Millar/Vail Chapel, 1962-1963Box 69, Folder 3
      • Northwestern University: Millar/Vail Chapel, 1963-1964Box 69, Folder 4
      • Northwestern University: Millar/Vail Chapel, 1964-1978Box 69, Folder 5
      • Piney Woods School, Piney Woods MS, 1978-1984Box 70, Folder 1
      • Presbyterian Church, 1971-1986Box 70, Folder 2
      • Presbyterian Home, 1954-1966Box 70, Folder 3
      • Presbyterian Home, 1966-1970Box 70, Folder 4
      • Presbyterian Home, 1970-1975Box 70, Folder 5
      • Presbyterian Home, 1976-1985Box 70, Folder 6
      • Presbyterian Lay Committee, Media PA, 1980Box 70, Folder 7
      • Presbyterian Medical Center, Taegu, Korea, 1967-1982Box 71, Folder 1
      • Princeton Theological Society, 1979-1980Box 71, Folder 2
      • Protestant Foundation of Greater Chicago, 1977-1978Box 71, Folder 3
      • Queens College, 1983-1986Box 71, Folder 4
      • Ravinia Festival, 1975-1976Box 71, Folder 5
      • Red Cloud Athletic Club, Red Cloud SD, 1968Box 71, Folder 6
      • Reid Memorial Hospital Foundation, Richmond IN, 1983-1985Box 71, Folder 7
      • Rockford College, 1977-1982Box 71, Folder 8
      • Rotary of Merrillville Indiana, 1977Box 71, Folder 9
      • St. Andrew's Presbyterian College, 1977-1980Box 71, Folder 10
      • St. Francis Hospital, Evanston IL, 1977-1985Box 71, Folder 11
      • Salvation Army of Greater Chicago, 1977-1979Box 71, Folder 12
      • School of the Ozarks, 1977-1978Box 71, Folder 13
      • Second Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1965-1976Box 71, Folder 14
      • Skokie Valley Hospital, Skokie IL, 1966-1971Box 71, Folder 15
      • Society of Fundraising Executives, 1979Box 71, Folder 16
      • Southwestern University at Memphis, 1983Box 71, Folder 17
      • University of Chicago, 1969-1984Box 71, Folder 18
      • University of Nebraska, 1973-1977Box 71, Folder 19
      • University of Santa Clara, 1975-1980Box 71, Folder 20
      • University of Southern California, 1970Box 71, Folder 21
      • Vineyard Haven Public Library, MA, 1971Box 71, Folder 22
      • Warren Wilson College, 1977-1985Box 71, Folder 23
      • Wisdom Hall of Fame, 1976-1979Box 71, Folder 24
      • Yankton College, 1979-1982Box 71, Folder 25
      • YMCA, Chicago, 1968Box 71, Folder 26
      • YMCA, Evanston IL, 1968Box 71, Folder 27
      • YMCA, Keokuk IA, 1973-1983Box 71, Folder 28
  • Financial Records
    • Active Trusts
      • Branch, Mrs. R.: Living Trust, 1968-1980Box 72, Folder 1
      • Chamberlain Trust: Correspondence, 1968-1978Box 72, Folder 2
      • Chamberlain Trust: #00293, Correspondence and Records, 1957-1978Box 72, Folder 3
      • FGM for MWM Trust #00351/352, 1967-1969Box 72, Folder 4
      • FGM for MWM Trust #00351, 1968-1978Box 72, Folder 5
      • FGM for MWM Trust #00352, 1968-1978Box 72, Folder 6
      • McGaw, Frances: Correspondence, 1949-1986Box 72, Folder 7
      • McGaw, Frances: Trust #00282, 1950-1975Box 72, Folder 8
      • McGaw, Frances: Trust #00282, 1976-1986Box 72, Folder 9
    • Inactive Trusts
      • Chamberlain, Nancy Carol: Trust #00373, 1957-1975Box 73, Folder 1
      • Hagemeier, Ruth and Maryann: Correspondence, 1965-1980Box 73, Folder 2
      • Hagemeier, Ruth and Maryann: Trust #00357, 1965-1978Box 73, Folder 3
      • McGaw, Agatha: Trust #00291, 1950-1974Box 73, Folder 4
      • McGaw, Agatha: Trust #00291, 1975-1984Box 73, Folder 5
      • Vail, Andrew Corbin: Trust #1145, 1958-1968Box 73, Folder 6
      • Vail, James D., III: Trust #00411, 1955-1974Box 73, Folder 7
      • Vail, James D., III: Trust #00412, 1976-1984Box 73, Folder 8
      • Vail, John F.: Trust #00306, 1960-1978Box 73, Folder 9
      • Vail Trust #00306: Foster G. McGaw, 1963-1973Box 73, Folder 10
      • Vail Trusts: Correspondence, 1959-1984Box 73, Folder 11
      • Living Trusts: General Correspondence, 1967Box 74, Folder 1
      • Living Trusts: General Correspondence, 1968-1978Box 74, Folder 2
      • Living Trusts: Family Donations: Canceled, 1936-1961Box 74, Folder 3
    • Financial Donations
      • Living Trusts: Lists of Donations, 1950-1979Box 74, Folder 4
      • Living Trusts: Principle Gifts: Disbursement, 1977Box 74, Folder 5
      • Living Trusts: Principle Gifts: Disbursement, 1978Box 74, Folder 6
      • Living Trusts: Principle McGaw Donations, 1978-1985Box 74, Folder 7
      • McGaw, F. G.: Estate Notes: AHSC Common Stock, 1973Box 74, Folder 8
      • McGaw, F. G.: Pledges: Disbursement, 1969-1971Box 74, Folder 9
      • McGaw, F. G.: Pledges: Disbursement, 1972-1973Box 74, Folder 10
      • McGaw, F. G.: Pledges: Income, 1969Box 74, Folder 11
      • McGaw, F. G.: Pledges: Income, 1970Box 74, Folder 12
      • Gift Tax Return: F. G. McGaw, 1935-1985Box 75, Folder 1
      • Gift Tax Return: M. W. McGaw, 1949-1977Box 75, Folder 2
    • Financial Subject Files
      • Alcolac, Inc., 1972-1973Box 75, Folder 3
      • First Illinois Bank of Evanston, IL, 1978-1985Box 75, Folder 4
      • First Illinois Corporation: Correspondence, 1954-1985Box 75, Folder 5
      • First Illinois Corporation: Dividend, Payment, 1948-1977Box 75, Folder 6
      • First Illinois Corporation: Sale of Stock, 1969Box 75, Folder 7
      • First Illinois Corporation: Sale of Stock (Barnette), 1973-1974Box 75, Folder 8
      • First Illinois Corporation: Sale of Stock, Repurchase, 1968-1971Box 75, Folder 9
      • First Illinois Corporation: Shareholder Meeting, 1947-1985Box 75, Folder 10
      • First Illinois Corporation: Transfer of Stock, 1945-1978Box 75, Folder 11
      • First National Bank of Chicago: Account: Trust, 1962-1963Box 75, Folder 12
      • First National Bank of Chicago: Account: Trust, 1964-1966Box 75, Folder 13
      • First National Bank of Chicago: Account: Trust, 1966-1968Box 76, Folder 1
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL, 1970-1978Box 76, Folder 2
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL: Accounts: Checking and Trusts, 1948-1981Box 76, Folder 3
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL: Financial Statements, 1978-1982Box 76, Folder 4
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL: Honorary Director Fees, 1976-1981Box 76, Folder 5
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL: Safety Deposit Key, 1981Box 76, Folder 6
      • First National Bank and Trust, Evanston IL: Signature Cards, 1978-1980Box 76, Folder 7
      • First National Bank, Lake Forest IL, 1974-1986Box 76, Folder 8
      • First National Bank, Sturgeon Bay WI: Checking, 1967-1974Box 76, Folder 9
      • First National Bank, Sturgeon Bay WI: Trust B, 1967-1977Box 76, Folder 10
      • Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, 1961-1967Box 76, Folder 11
      • Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, 1977-1982Box 76, Folder 12
      • Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago: Money Market Division: Mary Olson, 1967-1976Box 76, Folder 13
      • Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago IL: Stock Assignment: M. W. McGaw, 1973Box 76, Folder 14
      • Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago IL: Trust B/Temporary Investment, 1970Box 76, Folder 15
      • Northern Trust Company: Correspondence, 1967-1983Box 77, Folder 1
      • Northern Trust Company: Correspondence, 1983-1986Box 77, Folder 2
      • Northern Trust Company: Fees for Account, 1967-1986Box 77, Folder 3
      • AHSC (American Hospital Supply Corporation) Common Stock, 1941-1959Box 77, Folder 4
      • AHSC Common Stock, 1960-1968Box 77, Folder 5
      • AHSC Common Stock, 1969-1976Box 77, Folder 6
      • AHSC Common Stock: M. W. McGaw, 1955-1983Box 77, Folder 7
      • Anta Corporation Common Stock, 1969-1975Box 78, Folder 1
      • A. T. & T. Common Stock: M. W. McGaw, 1958-1971Box 78, Folder 2
      • Clorox Company, 1973-1977Box 78, Folder 3
      • Four Seasons Nursing Centers Common Stock, 1967-1969Box 78, Folder 4
      • Four Seasons Nursing Centers Common Stock: M. W. McGaw, 1968-1973Box 78, Folder 5
      • IBM Corporation Common Stock, 1961-1973Box 78, Folder 6
      • IBM Corporation Common Stock: M. W. McGaw, 1964-1983Box 78, Folder 7
      • Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, Smith, Inc., Evanston IL, 1970-1973Box 78, Folder 8
      • Weyerhauser Company: Preferred Shares, 1969-1972Box 78, Folder 9
      • FSN Corporation: Preliminary Documents, 1968-1969Box 78, Folder 10
      • CNA Financial Corporation, Chicago, 1964-1974Box 78, Folder 11
      • CNA Financial Corporation: United States District Court Case, 1973-1976Box 78, Folder 12
      • Credit Cards: American Express, 1975-1986Box 78, Folder 13
      • Credit Cards: General, 1979-1986Box 78, Folder 14
      • deJour Productions, Ltd.: Assignment to Trust, 1970-1972Box 78, Folder 15
      • Delta Farm Oil Field, Louisiana: M. W. McGaw, 1948-1977Box 79, Folder 1
      • Automobile Insurance Policy: Chicago Motor Club, 1971-1985Box 79, Folder 2
      • Automobile Insurance Policy: Kemper Agency, 1984-1986Box 79, Folder 3
      • Automobile: Markoutsis Accident, 1985Box 79, Folder 4
      • Gallagher, Arthur J., & Co.: New Insurance Agent, 1985Box 79, Folder 5
      • Health Insurance Claims, 1985-1986Box 79, Folder 6
      • Homeowners Policy, 1983-1986Box 79, Folder 7
      • Homeowners Policy: Personal Property Evaluations, 1969-1979Box 79, Folder 8
      • Insurance Policies: M. W.McGaw, 1950-1979Box 79, Folder 9
      • Life Insurance: Policies Surrendered for Cash, 1925-1967Box 79, Folder 10
      • Lincoln National Life Insurance, Ft. Wayne, IN, 1936-1979Box 79, Folder 11
      • MGIC Indemnity Corporation: Municipal Bond Insurance, 1975-1982Box 79, Folder 12
      • Personal Catastrophe Liability, 1974-1985Box 79, Folder 13
      • Rollins Burdick Hunter: Insurance Correspondence, 1964-1984Box 79, Folder 14
      • Workmen's Compensation: Yearly Lumberman's, 1974-1986Box 80, Folder 1
      • Lake Point Tower Club, Chicago, 1971-1986Box 80, Folder 2
      • Cate-Burchfield: Keck, Martin, and Cate, 1973-1986Box 80, Folder 3
      • Keck, Robert C.: Price, Cushman, Keck & Mahin, 1970-1983Box 80, Folder 4
      • Keck, Cushman, Mahin & Cate: Invoices and Statements, 1967-1985Box 80, Folder 5
      • McGaw, F. G.: Living Trust, First National, 1967-1969Box 80, Folder 6
      • McGaw, F. G.: Living Trust, Harris Trust Financial, 1952-1972Box 80, Folder 7
      • McGaw, F. G. and M. W.: Living Will, 1975-1982Box 80, Folder 8
      • McGaw, M. W.: Correspondence Regarding Investments, 1942-1980Box 80, Folder 9
      • McGaw-Anderson Corporation: Correspondence, 1953-1967Box 80, Folder 10
      • McGaw-Anderson Corporation: Minutes/Liquidation, 1953-1964Box 80, Folder 11
      • McGaw-Anderson Corporation: Oil Agents/Van Hoes, 1952-1964Box 80, Folder 12
      • McGaw-Anderson Corporation: Year End Statement, Audit, 1952-1967Box 81, Folder 1
      • Corporate Medical Plan, 1964-1984Box 81, Folder 2
      • Dental Expenses: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1985-1986Box 81, Folder 3
      • Hospitalization: F. G. McGaw, 1986Box 81, Folder 4
      • Medic Alert Foundation, Turlock CA, 1970-1980Box 81, Folder 5
      • Medical Expenses and Reimbursement, 1976Box 81, Folder 6
      • Medical Expenses and Reimbursement, 1976-1977Box 81, Folder 7
      • Medical Tax Records: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1974-1975Box 81, Folder 8
      • Medicare: Estate: F. G. McGaw, 1985-1986Box 81, Folder 9
      • Medicare: F. G. McGaw, 1985-1986Box 81, Folder 10
      • Medicare: M. W. McGaw, 1985-1986Box 81, Folder 11
      • Medicare: Payments: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1970Box 81, Folder 12
      • Medicare: Payments: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1971-1972Box 81, Folder 13
      • Medicare: Payments: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1972-1973Box 81, Folder 14
      • Medicare: Payments: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1973-1974Box 81, Folder 15
      • Medicare Payments: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1974-1975Box 82, Folder 1
      • Medtronic, Inc.: Pacemaker Information, 1977-1984Box 82, Folder 2
      • Prudential Medical Reimbursement, 1976-1977Box 82, Folder 3
      • Northwestern Millar/Vail Chapel: Correspondence, 1950-1966Box 82, Folder 4
      • Northwestern Millar/Vail Chapel: Transfer Oil Property, 1961-1963Box 82, Folder 5
      • Northwestern Millar/Vail Chapel: Transfer Oil Property, 1964-1966Box 82, Folder 6
      • Northwestern Millar/Vail Chapel: Transfer Oil Property, 1963-1964Box 82, Folder 7
      • Osage Agency, 1969-1978Box 83, Folder 1
      • Art: Adam E. Albright, 1949-1974Box 83, Folder 2
      • Automobile: Cadillac, 1980-1984Box 83, Folder 3
      • Automobile: Cadillac, 1985Box 83, Folder 4
      • Automobile: Cadillac, 1968 Brougham, 1967-1974Box 83, Folder 5
      • Automobile: Licenses: City, Driver's, State, 1985Box 83, Folder 6
      • Boating: Marimac IV, Bertram Cruiser, 1965-1974Box 83, Folder 7
      • Boating Records, 1964-1965Box 83, Folder 8
      • Cameras: Appraisals, 1949-1973Box 83, Folder 9
      • Coins: Appraisals, 1971-1980Box 83, Folder 10
      • Fine Arts: Appraisals, 1984Box 83, Folder 11
      • Furs: Old Records, 1958-1969Box 83, Folder 12
      • Gun Owners Identification: State of Illinois, 1972-1985Box 83, Folder 13
      • Guns: Appraisals and License, 1952-1980Box 83, Folder 14
      • Jewelry: Personal Property, 1937-1978Box 83, Folder 15
      • Losses: Personal Property, 1949-1983Box 83, Folder 16
      • Oil Properties, 1964-1965Box 83, Folder 17
      • Oil Properties, 1966-1971Box 84, Folder 1
      • Oil Properties: Permanent Records, 1951-1969Box 84, Folder 2
      • Personal Purchases: Supplier Information, 1968-1978Box 84, Folder 3
      • Personal Purchases: Stationery, 1974-1978Box 84, Folder 4
      • Puro Filter Corporation: Lease and Monthly Svc, 1974Box 84, Folder 5
      • Silver, 1938-1979Box 84, Folder 6
      • Yard/Tool Equipment: Personal Property, 1955-1968Box 84, Folder 7
      • Yard/Tool Equipment: Suppliers, 1972Box 84, Folder 8
      • Building Improvements: Raymond Park Corp., 1958-1974Box 84, Folder 9
      • Building, Landscaping, and Harbor Improvements, 1955-1970Box 85, Folder 1
      • Egg Harbor WI: Corbin Cottage, 1961-1970Box 85, Folder 2
      • Egg Harbor WI: Correspondence, 1970-1976Box 85, Folder 3
      • Egg Harbor WI: Rocky Shores, 1954-1974Box 85, Folder 4
      • Egg Harbor WI: Sale Documents, 1967-1974Box 85, Folder 5
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Correspondence, 1974Box 85, Folder 6
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: House: Exterior Improvements, 1960-1965Box 85, Folder 7
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: House: Furnishings, 1960-1965Box 85, Folder 8
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Laguna Isle, Lot 24, 1962Box 86, Folder 1
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Landscaping: Astroturf, 1969-1970Box 86, Folder 2
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Landscaping: Plants, Shrubs, Trees, 1961-1968Box 86, Folder 3
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Nurni Isles: Closing Papers, 1964-1974Box 86, Folder 4
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: Pool Installation and Additions, 1960-1967Box 86, Folder 5
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: 704 Isle of Palms, 1956-1974Box 86, Folder 6
      • Ft. Lauderdale FL: 223 Royal Palm Drive: Purchase Costs, 1960Box 86, Folder 7
      • Household Inventory: Various Properties, 1954-1974Box 86, Folder 8
      • Sale Documents: 425 Grove Street, 1950-1974Box 86, Folder 9
      • 425 Grove Street, 1958-1976Box 86, Folder 10
      • 1727 Hinman Avenue, Evanston IL, 1950-1956Box 86, Folder 11
      • Stuart, FL: Hutchinson Island: Correspondence, 1968-1983Box 87, Folder 1
      • Stuart, FL: Hutchinson Island: Trust A, 1970-1978Box 87, Folder 2
      • Jefferson County Court, TX: Property, 1978Box 87, Folder 3
      • Lake Forest IL: Building Improvements, 1974-1983Box 87, Folder 4
      • Lake Forest IL: Correspondence, 1974-1985Box 87, Folder 5
      • Lake Forest IL: Green Bay Road, 1973-1983Box 87, Folder 6
      • Lake Forest IL: Green Bay Road: Services, 1973-1975Box 87, Folder 7
      • Lake Forest IL: Green Bay Road: Telephone, 1974-1983Box 87, Folder 8
      • Lake Forest IL: House Plans, 1963-1986Box 87, Folder 9
      • Lake Forest IL: Household Furnishings, 1965-1980Box 87, Folder 10
      • Lake Forest IL: Landscaping Improvements, 1972-1985Box 87, Folder 11
      • Lake Forest IL: Reliable Pool Service, 1984-1986Box 87, Folder 12
      • Lake Forest IL: Suffield Subdivision, 1974Box 87, Folder 13
      • Lake Forest IL: Swimming Pool Service, 1975-1983Box 87, Folder 14
      • Lake Forest IL: Tools, Yard Equipment, 1974Box 87, Folder 15
      • Lake Forest IL: Utilities, 1974-1985Box 87, Folder 16
      • Lake Point Tower: Assignment, Partnership, 1971-1973Box 88, Folder 1
      • Lake Point Tower: Partnership Documents, 1965-1972Box 88, Folder 2
      • McGaw Farm, Woodworth IL, 1941-1949Box 88, Folder 3
      • McGaw Residence, 1981Box 88, Folder 4
      • Rocket Research Corporation, Redmond WA: Trust, 1970-1973Box 88, Folder 5
      • Roll-a-Way Screen: F. G. McGaw, 1955-1956Box 88, Folder 6
      • Social Security Benefits, 1982-1986Box 88, Folder 7
      • Internal Revenue Service: Audit Verifications, 1965-1971Box 88, Folder 8
      • Internal Revenue Service: Checks, 1936-1968Box 88, Folder 9
      • Touche Ross & Co.: Statement of Charges, 1976-1985Box 88, Folder 10
      • Lake Forest IL: Real Estate Taxes, 1974-1986Box 88, Folder 11
      • Capital Gains and Losses, 1951-1969Box 88, Folder 12
      • W4 Withholding Allowance Certificate, 1978Box 88, Folder 13
      • Income Tax: Estimated: Forms, 1985Box 88, Folder 14
      • Income Tax: Returns, 1985, 1985-1986Box 88, Folder 15
      • Income Tax: Returns, 1984, 1984-1985Box 88, Folder 16
      • Income Tax: Estimated: Forms, 1984-1985Box 89, Folder 1
      • Income Tax: Returns, 1983, 1984Box 89, Folder 2
      • Income Tax: Estimated: Forms, 1983-1984Box 89, Folder 3
      • Income Tax: Returns, 1982, 1983Box 89, Folder 4
      • Income Tax: Estimated: Returns, 1982, 1983-1984Box 89, Folder 5
      • Income Tax: Federal and State: Returns, 1981, 1982Box 89, Folder 6
      • Income Tax: Federal and State: Estimated, 1981-1982Box 89, Folder 7
      • Income Tax: Gifts: Return, 1981, 1981-1988Box 89, Folder 8
      • Income Tax: Federal and State, 1980, 1980-1981Box 89, Folder 9
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1979, 1979-1980Box 89, Folder 10
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1978, 1979Box 89, Folder 11
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1978, 1978Box 89, Folder 12
      • Income Tax: State: Estimated, 1978, 1978Box 89, Folder 13
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts: F. G. and M. W. McGaw, 1978-1979Box 89, Folder 14
      • Income Tax: Federal: Examination, 1977, 1979Box 89, Folder 15
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1977, 1977-1978Box 89, Folder 16
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1977, 1977-1978Box 89, Folder 17
      • Income Tax: State, 1977, 1978Box 89, Folder 18
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1977, 1977Box 89, Folder 19
      • Income Tax: State: Estimated, 1977, 1977Box 89, Folder 20
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1976, 1977Box 89, Folder 21
      • Income Tax: State, 1976, 1976Box 89, Folder 22
      • Income Tax: Estimated, 1976, 1976Box 89, Folder 23
      • Income Tax: State: Estimated, 1976, 1976Box 89, Folder 24
      • Income Tax: Gifts, 1976, 1976Box 89, Folder 25
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1975, 1975-1976Box 89, Folder 26
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1975, 1976Box 89, Folder 27
      • Income Tax: State, 1975, 1975-1976Box 89, Folder 28
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1975, 1975Box 89, Folder 29
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1974, 1975Box 89, Folder 30
      • Income Tax: State, 1974, 1974Box 89, Folder 31
      • Income Tax: State: Louisiana, 1974, 1976Box 89, Folder 32
      • Income Tax: State: Wisconsin, 1974, 1974-1976Box 89, Folder 33
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1974, 1974Box 90, Folder 1
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1974, 1974-1976Box 90, Folder 2
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1973, 1973-1976Box 90, Folder 3
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1973, 1973-1974Box 90, Folder 4
      • Income Tax: State, 1973, 1974-1976Box 90, Folder 5
      • Income Tax: State: Louisiana, 1973, 1976Box 90, Folder 6
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1973, 1973Box 90, Folder 7
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1972, 1972-1976Box 90, Folder 8
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1972, 1972-1973Box 90, Folder 9
      • Income Tax: State, 1972, 1972-1973Box 90, Folder 10
      • Income Tax: State: Louisiana, 1972, 1972-1973Box 90, Folder 11
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1972, 1972Box 90, Folder 12
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1971, 1972Box 90, Folder 13
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1971, 1971-1972Box 90, Folder 14
      • Income Tax: State, 1971, 1971-1972Box 90, Folder 15
      • Income Tax: State: Kansas, 1971, 1971-1972Box 90, Folder 16
      • Income Tax: State: Louisiana, 1971, 1972Box 90, Folder 17
      • Income Tax: Federal: Estimated, 1971, 1971Box 90, Folder 18
      • Income Tax: Federal, 1970, 1970Box 90, Folder 19
      • Income Tax: Federal: Gifts, 1970, 1970-1971Box 90, Folder 20
      • Income Tax: State, 1970, 1970-1971Box 90, Folder 21
      • Veterans Administration Insurance Policy, 1926-1979Box 90, Folder 22
      • Wade Industries, Dallas, TX, 1970-1971Box 90, Folder 23
      • Wilson-Edellyn Farm, Lake County IL, 1977-1978Box 90, Folder 24
      • List of Common Stocks Owned by FGM, 1955-1962Box 91, Folder 1
      • Common Stocks: Records (A-H), 1955-1962Box 91, Folder 2
      • Common Stocks: Records (O-Z), 1955-1962Box 91, Folder 3
  • Oversized
    • Awards and HonorsBox 92
    • Financial: Ledger: Check/Cash Records, 1951-1967Box 93
    • Financial: Ledgers: Financial Subject Files, 1981-1986Box 94
    • Financial: Ledger: Cash Transactions, 1961-1967Box 95
  • Addition
      Restrictions:  None. Acquisition information:  Separated from the University Archives photograph collection. Processor:  Kevin B. Leonard; January 14, 2002.
    • Photographs, 1908-1986Box 96