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Richard W. St. John Commonwealth College Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS Sa235 196

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, minutes of proceedings, bulletins, pamphlets, newspapers, clippings, and other material pertaining to the history of the radical labor school at Mena, Arkansas.

Correspondents include Cedric Belfrage, Wilbur Clarke Benton, Douglass Carr, Winifred L. Chappell, J. Vance Clayton, Kenneth C. Coffelt, William Fadjo Cravens, Samuel W. Eiges, Henry Pratt Fairchild, Mabel Fulks, Nathan Green Gordon, Laura Ley Gray, Claris G. "Crip" Hall, Arthur Garfield Hays, Melville Jean Herskovits, Lucien Koch, Raymond Koch, Robert Allen Leflar, Edward Fitzgerald McFaddin, Martha Hillard Mac-Leish, Minor Wallace Millwee, Robert Lee Morris, Charlotte Moskowitz, Hal Lee Norwood, Jessie Lloyd O’Connor, Nathan Oser, Cornelia Elizabeth Pinchot, David Wight Prall, Griffin Smith, Boyd Alexander Tackett, Tille E. Thorkelson, Claude Williams, Guy Ellsworth Williams.

Dates

  • 1924-1949

Creator

Language of Materials

Materials are primarily in English

Access Information

Please call (479) 575-8444 or email specoll@uark.edu at least two weeks in advance of your arrival to ensure availability of the materials.

Use Information

No restrictions.

No Interlibrary Loan.

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Biographical / Historical

Commonwealth College was founded by socialists William E. Zeuch and a married couple, Kate Richards and Frank O’Hare, who were inspired by Eugene V. Debs. With the purpose of educating leaders for the radical labor movement, the college was initially established at the Newllano Cooperative Colony near Leesville, Louisiana. However, personality conflicts led its relocation near Mena in Polk County, Arkansas, in December 1924. Commonwealth was structured as a self-supported cooperative community with residents dedicating part of their week to communal projects.

Commonwealth was marred by controversy throughout its existence. In 1926 Arkansas American Legionnaires accused Commonwealth of promoting communism. Conditioned by the Great Depression, a growing radicalization of elements within the community led to the ouster of Zeuch, who preferred a more quiet approach to reform. Instead, the faculty and students actively supported labor strikes and the organization of farm laborers, most notably the Southern Tenant’s Farmers Union, which formed a partnership with the college. Afterwards the union became Commonwealth’s chief focus. However, radical elements in the college proved problematic as the union sought to moderate its reputation. The revelation of an alleged plot to take over the college by resident communists endorsed by Commonwealth’s director, the “preaching hillbilly” Claude Clossey Williams, caused the union to cut all ties to the college. Subsequently support from more moderate donors dried up. Further attempts at reorganization of Commonwealth fell through, and a court case charging the college with unpatriotic and communist activities led to a fine of $5000. Lacking any funds, Commonwealth was forced to sell its lands, and at the end of 1940 closed its doors for good.

Extent

1.75 Linear Feet (4 boxes)

Table of Contents of Finding Aid

Arranged in 5 series:

  1. 1.Commonwealth College. Materials from the early years
  2. 2. Commonwealth College Records
  3. 3. Commonwealth College Correspondence
  4. 4. Mena Star
  5. 5. Material Related to Commonwealth College]

Acquisition Information

The Richard St. John Commonwealth College College Collection was donated to Special Collections by Richard W. St. John of Mena, Arkansas, in 1974.

Related Materials

(For related material, see: MS/W693, Henry Edward Wilson Newllano Colony Papers; Film 356/Reels 1 & 2, "A Collection of Papers Relating to Commonwealth College .…" Film 353, F.M. Goodhue materials; William Henry Cobb, Commonwealth College .…)

FINDING AIDS FOR SELECTED COLLECTIONS AVAILABLE AT THE ARCHIVES OF LABOR AND URBAN AFFAIRS WALTER P. REUTHER LIBRARY WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

The collections listed below contain materials which pertain to persons associated with Commonwealth College, the Southern Tenant Farmers Union, and other social reform activities in Arkansas. Information about these collections is made available to assist researchers interested in these topics as they seek related collections at other repositories. Copies of the following finding aids are located in our notebook labelled COLLECTIONS AT OTHER REPOSITORIES OF POTENTIAL INTEREST TO SPECIAL COLLECTIONS RESEARCHERS.

Lucien Koch Collection Raymond and Charlotte Moskowitz Koch Collection Claude C. Williams Collection

For further information, write or call:

Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs

Walter P. Reuther Library

Wayne State University

Detroit, MI 48202

(313) 577-4024

Processing Information

Processed by W.M. Bakers; completed August 1976.

<emph render="italic">Index of Correspondents, Writers and Signers</emph>

Underscoring of names indicates that the named persons are senders of the correspondence (i.e. , letters, telegrams, or memoranda) cited, or have been identified as the writers or signers of published or unpublished works (e. g, speeches or addresses, memoirs, reports, resolutions, etc.) other than correspondence. Names not underscored identify recipients of correspondence cited. Only individual correspondents have been indexed, not such corporate or collegiate correspondents as associations, organizations, business firms, institutions, or governmental agencies.
Series 1-4 (Folders 1-15) and Folders 28-33 of Series 5 have been fully indexed by all identified correspondents (senders and recipients) and writers. However, the alphabetically arranged correspondence files in Folders 16-27 of Series 5 (qq. v.) have been indexed (by cross reference citations in square brackets) for only a limited number of more significant correspondents.
Full citations are by Series and by Item number within the indicated series. The limited cross reference citations are by folder group (i. e., Folders 16-27) only.
Examples: "Zeuch, William Edward. 1:12" indicates that Item no. 12 of Series 1 is a document written by Zeuch, while "Koch, Lucien. 1:12" indicates that Koch is the recipient of an item of correspondence (Zeuch's letter) listed as Item no. 12 of Series 1. "Williams, Claude. 2:14" indicates that Item no. 14 of Series 2 (an unpublished report) was written by Williams; "Randolph, Vance. 5:17" that the cited item (a copy of a published article) was written by Randolph; and "Martin, M. M. 2:1" that the cited item (an affidavit) was written (i. e., signed) by Martin. However, "[Gordon, Nathan Green. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]" indicates only that Gordon is one of the more significant of the several correspondents from whom or to whom one or more items of correspondence are to be found in the appropriate correspondence file of the group (i. e., in this case, Folder 21); it does not cite, individually or specifically, any particular item of correspondence.
INDEX
Abbott, Edith.
3:55.
Adams, George Plimpton.
3:70.
Adler, Blanche.
3:392.
Agard, Walter Raymond.
3:197.
Allen, Benard M.
3:354.
Allen, Grace B.
3:32.
Allen, Mrs. W. P.
3:37.
Alt, Herschel.
3:137, 255.
Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver.
3:16.
Anderson, Eleanor Copenhaver.
3:17.
Arent, Albert E.
3:210.
Asher, Helen.
3:205.
Ault, Laura.
3:378.
Axtelle, George E.
3:177.
Axtelle, Mrs. George E.
3:161.
Babcock, Harriet.
3:211.
Babcock, Russell.
3:207.
Baer, Harold.
3:115.
Bailey, Carl Edward.
4:10.
Baker, Frank E.
3:43.
Barth, L. G.
3:92.
Barnes, H. E.
3:448.
Barnes, Kathleen.
3:385.
Baron, Michael.
3:117.
Barrett, Douglas W.
3:468.
Barton, John.
3:195.
Bascom, Lelia.
3:228.
Bascom, Lelia.
3:199, 232.
Bashur, A. K.
3:162.
Bassman, George.
3:348.
Bassman, Mrs. George.
3:348.
Beardsley, David.
3:4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18.
Beardsley, David.
3:5, 7, 8, 10, 14.
Beardsley, Mrs. John.
3:160.
Behre, Charles Henry, Jr.
3:188, 189, 234.
Beier, H. F.
3:80.
Beier, H. F.
3:101.
Belfrage, Cedric.
3:309.
Bell, Edgar D.
3:245.
Benjamin, Paul J.
3:429.
[Benton, Wilbur Clarke. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Bjornberg, Ester E.
3:391.
Black, Algernon D.
3:418.
Bleier, Ed.
3:237.
Blount, Ralph E.
3:317.
Blumenstock, Jane.
3:444.
Bosch, Richard.
3:159.
Bosch, Richard.
3:168.
Bradenburg, Ethel.
3:149.
Brandeis, Alice.
3:415.
Branston, Louise.
3:365.
Brenner, Ruth.
3:116.
Bressler, Mary.
3:333.
Brightman, Sheffield.
3:103.
Brown, G. Victor.
3:388.
Bruner, Sylvan.
3:314.
Bruno, Frank John.
3:264.
Bunn, Prof. and Mrs. Charles.
3:198.
Cantril, Hadley.
3:95.
Care, Celia R.
3:295.
Carle, O. L.
3:270.
Carle, O. L.
3:271.
Carman, Harry James.
3:90.
Carr, Douglas.
3:3, 5, 7, 10, 14.
Carr, Douglas.
3:4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 20.
Chappell, Winifred L.
3:161, 162, 164, 165-167, 168-177, 179-202, 206-209, 214, 221, 247, 248, 265, 271, 274-283, 312, 360.
Chappell, Winifred L.
3:24, 33, 228, 235, 246-251, 266, 267, 285, 294, 307, 316, 344, 347, 403, 425, 426, 433.
Cheyney, Alice S.
3:122.
Clark, Esther M.
3:11.
Clark, Marjorie.
3:369.
Clauder, Anna C.
3:457.
Clausson, Torgel.
3:340.
[Clayton, J. Vance. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Clear, Sam.
3:412.
Clement, Rufus Early.
3:42.
Cochran, Fannie.
3:279.
[Coffelt, Kenneth C. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Cohen, Max G.
3:390.
Cohen, Morris Raphael.
3:94.
Cohen, Sylvia.
3:410.
Compton, Mr.
3:257.
Conard, Laetitia.
3:453.
Conard, Laetitia M.
3:464.
Connally, Thomas Terry.
5:2.
Coolidge, Algernon.
3:377.
Cowan, Eva.
3:221.
[Cravens, William Fadjo. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Creidenberg, Julius.
3:438.
Cunningham, William.
1:1, 9.
Curry, James E. and Alma.
3:469.
Curtis, Frances C.
3:334.
Curtis, Mrs. W. S.
3:338.
Dahl, John E.
3:376.
Dale, Edgar.
3:85.
Dana, H. W. L.
3:368.
Davis, Ethel.
3:208.
Dawson, Sadie.
3:470.
Dearborn, Ned.
3:59.
Dearborn, Ned Harland.
3:141.
Di Zinne Louis. [see: Zinne, Louis Di]
Dilling, Elizabeth.
5:80.
Dix, Lester.
3:86.
Douglas, Dorothy.
3:93.
Douglass, Truman P.
3:114.
Duncan, W. L.
3:466.
Dykstra, Clarence Addison.
3:46.
Eagleton, Clyde.
3:64.
Edel, Abraham.
3:346.
Eddy, William Alfred.
3:41.
Ehrlich, George.
3:301.
Ehrlich, George.
3:284.
Eiges, Samuel W.
3:21, 266.
Eiges, Samuel W.
3:167, 439.
Eisig, Kate.
3:274.
Elliott, Thomas.
3:169.
Elman, Robert.
3:121.
Elson, Julius.
3:118.
Engel, Gene.
3:24, 35, 36, 51, 63.
Engel, Gene.
3:21, 23, 32, 231, 273, 295.
Engel, Morris.
3:20, 25.
Engel, Morris.
3:22, 26, 151, 154.
Erdman, Dave.
3:23.
Erskine, Mrs. Morse.
3:437.
Evjue, William Theodore.
3:196.
Eyer, Cortland.
3:174.
Fabyan, Eleanor Brooks.
3:134.
Fairchild, Henry Pratt.
3:82.
Fairchild, Henry Pratt.
3:62.
Faxon, Elsie.
3:387.
Fessenden, Lucile.
3:389.
Fink, Meyer.
3:327.
Fischer, Frank.
3:31.
Ford, Guy Stanton.
3:40.
Fraenkel, Osmond.
3:374.
Frasier, George Williard.
3:39.
Freedman, Irving.
3:214.
Friedman, Ernestine.
3:373.
Fritz, Hohn.
3:203.
Frye, A. H.
3:384.
Fuchs, Ralph.
3:135, 449.
Fulks, Mabel.
3:467
Fulks, Mabel.
3:262.
Fulton, John Farquhar.
3:65.
Gardner, H. H.
3:226.
Gatlin, Maurice B.
5:3, 4, 6.
Gauss, Christian.
3:54.
Gemmill, Paul Fleming.
3:84.
Gibbons, John.
3:379.
Gilhausen, Florence B.
3:108, 297, 411, 460.
Glaesser, Martin.
3:206.
Goff, Gene.
5:5.
Golden, Ann and Benjamin.
3:417.
Goldman, Marcus I.
3:329.
Goodhue, Fred Miner.
1:5.
Goodwin, Richard M.
3:441.
Goodwin, Richard M.
3:409, 442.
[Gordon, Nathan Green. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Gordon, ?.
3:203.
Graham, Helen Tredway.
3:349.
Gray, Laura Ley.
3:33, 235.
Gray, Laura Ley.
3:192, 248.
Gray, Philip H., Jr.
3:142.
Gray, Phillip H., Jr.
3:110, 146, 247.
Gray, Sam.
3:125.
Green, A. F.
3:407.
Griffiths, Grace M.
3: 51, 83.
Gruenfeld, R. G. E.
3:124.
Guernsey, George.
3:185.
Guerrero, Armand.
3:143.
Haessler, Carl.
3:153.
Haessler, Carl.
3:152, 154.
Haessler, Lina W.
3:89.
Haessler, Mildred B.
3:471.
Hager, Walter E.
3:67.
Hale, Will J.
3: 36.
[Hall, Claris G. "Crip." See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Hamburger, V.
3:123.
Hamilton, Alice.
3:68.
Hankins, Frank Hamilton.
3:98.
Harrowman, Buryl.
2:30.
Hart, Pearl.
3:184.
Hatton, Augustus Raymond Rutan.
3:187.
Hawkins, Virginia.
3:420.
Hays, Authur Garfield.
3:26.
Hays, Jack.
3:87.
Hays, Lee.
3: 387, 390, 409.
Hays, Lee.
3:441.
Heath, Priscilla.
3:231.
Heath, Priscilla.
3:238.
Hedgers, C. A.
3:107.
Hellinger, Conrad.
3:424.
Hendley, C. J.
3:356.
Hensley, Hobart.
5:3.
Herrick, Marian.
3:343.
Herskovits, Melville Jean.
3:285.
Herskovits, Melville Jean.
3:182.
Hesse, Emilia.
3:456.
Hesse, Emilia.
3:461, 328.
Hester, Lee.
3:381.
Hickok, Ralph Kiddoo.
3:38.
Hille, Waldemar.
3:273.
Hille, Waldemar.
3:288.
Hillyer, Justin W.
3:452.
Hillyer, Justin W.
3:462.
Hirsch, Max.
3:269.
Hobbs, Davis R.
3:244.
Hogue, Richard and Caroline.
3:74.
Hohman, Helen Fiske.
3:179.
Holmes, Jesse H.
3:97.
Hopkins, Patricia W.
3:236.
Hopkinson, Mrs. Charles.
3:416.
Houk, William G.
3:406.
Houser, Lulu.
3:458.
Houser, Lulu.
3:459.
Horblit, Lorrie.
3:213, 229.
Huntington, Ellsworth.
3:69.
Irwin, Ben.
2:30.
Isserman, Ferdinand.
3:241.
Isserman, Flora.
3:147.
Isserman, Jack.
3:147.
Ives, David O.
3:382.
Jaeger, Martha.
3:155.
James, L. R.
3:292.
James, L. R.
3:156, 296, 300.
James, Roy.
3:60.
James, Roy.
3:78.
Jobe, Edwin.
3:71.
Johnson, Elizabeth S.
3:239.
Johnson, Josephine.
3:126.
Johnston, Alma.
3:18.
Kahn, Sol.
3:394.
Kahn, Sol.
3:371.
Kapp, Phillip.
3:148.
Kashins, Sol.
3:440.
Keen, Harold R.
3:401.
Kent, Roland A.
3:48.
Kiefer, Alfred.
3:432.
Kingdom, Frank.
3:47.
Klinghoffer, Pauline.
3:299.
Klinghoffer, Pauline.
3:310.
Kobler, Donald G.
3:2.
Kobler, Donald G.
3:1, 3.
Koch, Charlotte Moskowitz [see: Moskowitz, Charlotte]
Koch, Lucien.
1:12.
Koch, R. J.
1:4.
Koch, Raymond.
2:1.
Konigsberg, Sylvia Monte.
3:308.
Konkler, G. C.
1:14.
Kruger, Mert T.
3:50.
Kuenzli, Irvin R.
3:316.
Kuenzli, Irvin R.
3:320.
Kyrk, Maxel.
3:131.
Langsdorf, Alexander Suss.
3:263.
Lathrop, Milo.
2:7, 8.
Lauer, Ernest.
3:180.
Lawler, Eugene.
3:176.
Leader, Leonard.
3:219.
[Leflar, Robert Allen. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Leonard, William Ellery.
3:165.
Leslie, Kenneth.
3:350.
Levin, Morris.
3:128.
Levine, Julia.
3:302.
Levine, Mrs. Frances A.
3:220.
Lightbody, Charles.
3:360.
Lillie, F. P.
3:133.
Lillie, Frances C.
3:61.
Lily ?.
3:302.
Liveright, A. A.
3:166.
Liveright, Alice F.
3:28.
Lockwood, William W., Jr.
3:319.
Loeb, Gertrude E.
3:403.
Loeb, Gertrude E.
3:414.
Loeb, Leo.
3:136.
Lovett, Robert Morss.
3:393.
Lowenthal, Fred.
3:372.
Luccock, Halford Edward.
3:72.
Luccock, Natalie.
3:359.
Lyman, Eugene William.
3:81.
Lynd, Robert Staughton.
3:76.
McClusky, Mrs. Howard.
3:172.
[McFaddin, Edward Fitzgerald. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
McGurty, Edward J.
3:217.
McNeil, Artie.
3:34.
McNeil, Mrs. W.
3:34.
MacCallum, John H.
3:380.
MacDougal, Curtis.
3:186.
MacLean, Malcolm.
3:58.
MacLean, Malcolm Shaw.
3:140.
MacLeish, Martha Hillard.
3:332.
Marshall, Atlantis.
3:426.
Marshall, Atlantis.
3:413, 430.
Marshall, George.
3:362.
Martin, Esther.
3:240.
Martin, M. M.
2:1.
Mason, Mary E.
3:463.
Matthews, J. B.
5:2.
Matthiessen, Frances Otto.
3:336.
Meissner, Edna Rice.
3:259.
Meltzer, H.
3:127.
Menninger, Karl.
3:77.
Merriam, Thornton Ward.
3:175.
Miller, Spencer, Jr.
3:1, 8.
Miller, Spencer, Jr.
3:2.
[Millwee, Minor Wallace. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Minster, Leonard.
3:268, 357.
Morgan, Rose.
3:446.
Morgan, Rose.
3:443, 454.
Monte, Sylvia.
3:305.
Moody, R. E.
3:194.
[Morris, Robert Lee. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Moskowitz, Mrs. A.
3:249.
Moskowitz, Charlotte.
3:227; 4:6, 8, 9.
Mott, Frank Luther.
3:56.
Muma, Edith N.
3: 216, 375.
Nearing, Scott.
3:130.
Neilson, William Allen.
3:45.
Nelson, Walter M.
3:322.
Neufield, M. D.
3:347.
Neufield, Mamie.
3: 200, 370.
Norman, Floyd A.
3:106.
Norman, Floyd A.
3:112.
Norton, E. L.
3:455.
[Norwood, Hal Lee. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
O'Connor, Jessie.
3:251.
O'Connor, Jessie L.
3:397.
O'Connor, Jessie Lloyd.
3:265.
Onofrey, Helen.
3:213, 229.
Oppenheimer, Harry C.
3:405.
Oser, Nathan.
3:29, 31, 37-49, 54-59, 62, 64-70, 72, 73, 75-78, 81, 84-87, 90, 92-100, 102, 104, 105, 110, 114-121, 126-128, 135-139, 151, 152, 154, 205, 210, 211, 215-220, 222-225, 230, 252, 258, 260, 261, 290, 307, 320, 321, 325, 339, 355-357, 359, 362-365, 367,-369, 371, 373-376, 378-386, 391-393, 415-418, 420, 459, 461, 462, 464, 469.
Oser, Nathan.
3:71, 82, 91, 140-142, 148, 153, 315, 352, 394, 429, 452, 453, 458.
Ott, Cullen.
4:11.
Overstreet, Harry Allen.
3:96.
Owen, Lois. 3:74, 79, 83, 88, 89, 101, 103, 107-109, 112, 113, 122, 129-134, 143, 145, 146, 149, 150, 155-157, 160, 163, 168, 178, 212, 226, 229, 232-234, 238-245, 249, 250, 253-257, 259, 263, 264, 268, 269, 284, 287-289, 291, 293, 296, 297,
300, 304, 306, 310, 311 313, 314, 317-319, 322-324, 326-330, 333-338, 340, 343, 345, 346, 349, 351, 354, 358-361, 366, 370, 372, 377, 396-402, 404-408, 410-414, 419, 421, 422-424, 427, 428, 430-432, 434,
436-440, 442-445, 448-451, 454,
455, 457, 460, 463, 465, 466, 471.
Owen, Lois.
3:286, 305, 446, 447.
Owens, Ruth Delp.
3:325.
Owers, Anna.
3:109.
Paley, Ervin.
3:276.
Parker, Mrs. Edwin B.
3:275.
Pearson, I.
3:404.
Perkins, Haven.
4:10.
Perlstein, Gene.
3:303.
Pike, Mike.
3:272.
Pinchot, Cornelia Elizabeth.
3:294.
Pinchot, Cornelia Elizabeth.
3:277.
Pittman, Ann.
3:204.
Podsen, Charles.
3:298.
Pollack, Harriet M.
3:396.
Pollack, Herman.
3:408.
Pollack, Marion Heilprin.
3:218.
Pollock, Pearl.
3:111.
Pollock, Pearl.
3:243.
Prall, David Wight.
3:158, 286, 331, 353, 435.
Prall, David Wight.
3:163, 293, 341, 358, 445.
Pratt, Sherman.
3:113.
Putzel, H. V.
3:120, 321.
Quilici, Virginia.
3:183.
Quillan, J. Fred.
5:1 [See also Folders 16-27]
Quisenberry, Quinlan H.
3:129.
Randolph, Vance.
5:17.
Rice, Lewis.
3:215, 419.
Riggs, Ione.
3:46, 425, 433.
Riggs, Ione.
3:283, 312.
Robins, Ruth.
3:213, 229.
Rocklin, Ida.
3:315.
Rocklin, Ida.
3:323.
Roebuck, John R. Ansom.
3:164.
Roemer, J.
3:342.
Rohn, Bill.
3:202.
Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Morriss.
3:223.
Rosenthal, William.
3:339.
Rosenzweig, Simon.
3:465.
Ross, Edward Alsworth.
3:190, 191, 233.
St. John, Ernest W.
4:3,9; 5: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Salutsky, Marie.
3:434.
Samuel, H. C.
3:447.
Schafer, Nellie.
3:363.
Schatz, Maurice H.
3:361.
Schlauch, Margaret.
3:427.
Schotts, Claude, YMCA.
3:181.
Scott, Walter Dill.
3:44.
Scovill, Florence M.
3:52.
Scovill, Florence M.
3:88.
Scudder, Vida Dutton.
3:73, 345.
Seversen, A. C.
3:335.
Seymour, Harriet Brown.
3:178.
Shainmark, Lou.
5:7.
Shamus, Mr. and Mrs. F.
3:250.
Shipman, Margaret M.
3:422.
Sloat, Ted.
3:224, 289.
Sloss, Margaret F.
3:450.
Smaltz, Rebecca. G.
3:242.
Smith, Alphaeus.
3:171.
Smith, Daniel Cranford.
3:431.
Smith, Elsie E.
3:421, 436.
[Smith, Griffin. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Smith, Luther Eli.
3:139, 145.
Smith, Luther Ely.
3:254.
Smith, Mrs. R. K.
3:53.
Snydacker, E. F.
3:423.
Sondergaard, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
3:193.
Spence, Ralph B.
3:324.
standard, William L.
3:304.
Starbuck, Eric.
3:398.
Stein, Gerda.
3:212.
Steinbeck, John.
3:29.
Steinholtz, Samuel.
3:330.
Steinmetz, Harry C.
3:400.
Stinson, A. C.
3:395.
Stinson, A. C.
3:386, 399.
Stix, Mrs. Ernest William.
3:306.
Stranahan, Kneeland.
3:344.
Stranahan, Kneeland.
3:355.
Summers, L. D.
4:5, 7; 5:16.
[Tackett, Boyd Alexander. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Taggard, Genevieve.
3:367.
Tapper, A. Ovrum.
3:75.
Tas, Emil.
3:291.
Taussig, Albert Ernst.
3:138, 252, 313.
Taussig, Mrs. Albert Ernst.
3:467.
Taylor, Anna.
3:280.
Taylor, Carl.
3:281.
Thorkelson, Tillie.
3:201.
Thorkelson, Tillie E.
3:267.
Thorkelson, Tillie E.
3:287.
Tilton, H. C.
3:144.
Tilton, H. C.
3:157.
Tinty, Catherine.
3:27, 28.
Todd, Arthur James.
3:170.
Tolman, Edward Chase.
3:66.
Valiant, Margaret.
3:282.
VanDeuren, Louis.
3:132.
Vonnegut, Franklin.
3:318.
Wank, R. A.
3:222.
Ward, Gordon.
3:225.
Ware, Alice.
3:256.
Warner, Marjorie F.
3:63.
Waters, John E.
5:81.
Watkins, Mamie Beam.
5:82.
Watson, Goodwin.
3:100.
Webb, Louis.
3:173.
Weigel, Alice.
3:260.
Weir, Marion.
3:402.
Weissman, Irving.
3:383.
Welch, Roy D.
3:99.
Weston, Charles H.
3:337.
Whipple, Sidney.
3:261.
Whitney, Anita.
3:326.
Williams, Charles Finn.
3:102.
Williams, Claude.
2:4, 14.
Williams, Claude.
3:16, 309, 350.
Williams, Constance.
3:35.
[Williams, Guy Ellsworth. See Folders 16-27, Series 5]
Wilson, Luke.
3:364.
Wilson, Russell.
3:105.
Wilson, Thomas.
3:258.
Wilzbach, Carl A.
3:104.
Winder, Gertrude D.
3:366.
Winspear, Prof. and Mrs. A. D.
3:209.
Wittke, Carl.
3:57.
Wittler, Milton.
3:79.
Wood, Elizabeth A.
3:351.
Woodruff, Bud.
3:472.
Wooley, Mary E.
3:91.
Woolley, Mary E.
3:49.
Wren, Drummond.
3:22.
Wren, Drummond.
3:25, 290.
Wunderlich, Frieda.
3:278.
York, J. M.
4:3.
Young, E.
3:262.
Young, E.
3:428.
Zentay, P. J.
3:253.
Zentay, Paul.
3:119.
Zeuch, William Edward.
1:12, 15, 16, 17.
Zinne, Louis Di.
3:451.
Title
Richard W. St. John Commonwealth College Collection
Status
Completed
Author
Bakers, W.M.
Date
August 1976
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Finding aid is written in English.

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