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Cora Wilson Stewart papers, 1869

Part of Cora Wilson Stewart papers

58m25Stewart, Cora Wilson papersGuide to the Cora Wilson Stewart papers, 1869-1979, undated 58m25Sarah CoblentzUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center2017 October 12Special Collections Research CenterUniversity of Kentucky LibrariesMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky 40506-0039URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2017-11-28 13:58:57 -0500.Description is in English.Describing Archives: A Content Standard English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Cora Wilson Stewart papers 58m25 17.18 Cubic Feet 70 document boxes, 4 flat boxes, 6 oversize folders, 3 items 1869-1979, undated The Cora Wilson Stewart Papers (dated 1869-1979, undated; 17.18 cubic feet; 70 document boxes, 4 flat boxes, 6 oversize folders, 3 items) consists of correspondence, speeches, subject files, pamphlets, scrapbooks, notebooks, posters, and publications that predominately showcase the efforts of Stewart to combat illiteracy in Kentucky and the greater United States from 1900 to the 1930s. Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Arrangement Collection is arranged by subject and format into 19 series: Biographical Materials, Correspondence, Native American Education, Financial records - National Illiteracy Crusade, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Moonlight Schools, Conferences, Religious Writings, Speeches, Notebooks and Scrapbooks, Articles, Publications, Newspaper Clippings, Illiteracy Statistics, Pamphlets, Subject Files, Prison Reader, Posters, and Artifacts. Biographical note Cora Wilson Stewart was an educator and author, born 17 January 1875 at her parents' farm in Powell County. She was the daughter of Dr. Jeremiah and Annie Eliza (Hally) Wilson and was educated at Morehead Normal school, National Normal University in Lebanon, Ohio, and the University of Kentucky. She began her teaching career in Rowan County in 1895, becoming so highly regarded that she was elected to the post of school superintendent for the county in 1901. In 1904 she married Rowan County school teacher Alexander T. Stewart, and five years later she became the first woman president of the Kentucky Educational Association. In that same year she began her groundbreaking work in adult education, establishing the first moonlight schools in order to remedy adult illiteracy in Rowan County. The program made use of county school buildings after hours and employed as a text the Rowan County Messenger, an educational newspaper Stewart founded expressly for the purpose of developing an adult literacy training program which could avoid the stigma associated with primers. By 1913 moonlight schools had spread to seven other counties, and an institute in Morehead a year earlier had examined the problems and techniques of drawing and instructing illiterate adults. During this time, she generally received support from the state, as well as the press in Kentucky, attested to by the expansive correspondence she kept. During the first World War and Russian revolution she capitalized on patriotic sentiment to encourage the education of illiterate soldiers and warn of the susceptibility of unlettered individuals to communism. She worked on the behalf of many educational organizations during the 1920s and 1930s, including the Illiteracy Commission of the National Education Association, the National Illiteracy Crusade, and the World Federation of Educational Association. Stewart sought to establish standards of literacy in the African American and Native American populations as well. By the mid to late 1930s she had become less involved with education, devoting her attention to the Oxford Group, a religious organization, which believed that an individual's life should be guided by Divine Instruction. Cora Wilson Stewart passed away in December 1958 in North Carolina. Preferred Citation 58M25: [Identification of Item], Cora Wilson Stewart Papers, 1869-1979, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Related Materials pa58m25, Cora Wilson Stewart photographs, ca. 1900-1940, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Scope and Contents The Cora Wilson Stewart Papers (dated 1869-1979, undated; 17.18 cubic feet; 70 document boxes, 4 flat boxes, 6 oversize folders, 3 items) consists of correspondence, speeches, subject files, pamphlets, scrapbooks, notebooks, posters, and publications that predominately showcase the efforts of Stewart to combat illiteracy in Kentucky and the greater United States from 1900 to the 1930s. The majority of the collection is comprised of correspondence to and from Cora Wilson Stewart between 1900 until her death in 1958 as well as some from family dating to 1979. This series is organized into three separate sub-series: by major correspondent, by year, and by major subjects. Correspondence includes letters from significant figures such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge, Alben Barkley, Ruth Bryan Owen, and William Allen White. The correspondence primarily relates to Wilson's efforts and involvement with the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Illiteracy Commission of the National Education Association (NEA), the National Illiteracy Crusade, the World federation of Educational Associations, and other organizations active through the 1920s and early 1930s. The remaining series also document the efforts to combat illiteracy in the United States, organized by subject. These include Native American education, moonlight schools, illiteracy and education conferences, publications by Cora Wilson Stewart and educational organizations, and illiteracy statistics. Most of the series are arranged alphabetically, however, the newspaper clippings series is arranged chronologically. The posters series documents the promotional materials of the Campaign to Combat Illiteracy in Alabama, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and South Carolina as well as some achievements and certificates bestowed upon Stewart for her efforts. The artifacts series is comprised of two items: a leather strip with Native American art on it and the Loving Cup. Two series document Stewart's life outside of her work in education; Biographical Materials documents her family and personal life and Religious Writings showcase her notes and work with the Oxford group in the late-1930s. Conditions Governing Use The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Immediate Source of Acquisition Gift, 1968 Literacy -- United States. Evening and continuation schools. Rowan County (Ky.) Educators. Notebooks. Speeches, addresses, etc. Powell County (Ky.) Moonlight Schools Stewart, Cora Wilson, 1875-1958 World Federation of Education Associations Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 Oxford Group National Illiteracy Crusade Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. National Education Association of the United States Cox, James M. (James Middleton), 1870-1975 Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964 Beckham, John Crepps Wickliffe, 1869-1940 Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933 Biographical MaterialsSeries I.1869-1871, 1900-1958, undatedCora Wilson Stewart1910-1925, undated11Cora Wilson Stewart diary entries1926-193012Articles on Cora Wilson Stewart1915-1923, undated13Autograph albumsundated14First bookcirca 188415Notes and notebooks1922, undated16Published biographies1923-192517Cora Wilson Stewart activities and information1901-1930, undated18Passport193419Obituary1958110Genealogy information1908-1925, undated111Ann Eliza Halley Wilson diary1869-187121Bunyan S. Wilson1934-193822Wilson family clippings1900, 1936-1946, undated23CorrespondenceSeries II.1900-1979, undatedCorrespondentsSub-Series A.1910-1958, undatedCluttie Bloodworth1925-193224Mary C.C. Bradford1920-193025W.J. Burger1921-192526Arpha Burrell1937-1940, undated27Arthur Chamberlain1920-192928B.F. Johnson Publishing Company1915-194029Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Crabbe1911-1925210J.W. Crabtree1920-1925211Miss Mattie Dalton1910-192931Wil Lou Gray1919-192932Erwin A. Holt1918-194033-5Herbert Houston1924-193436-7Mabel Maxwell (Mrs. Bruce Carr) Jones1924-192538Sally Lucas Jean1921-193839-10Miss Willie Lawson1922-1936, undated41S.K. Mardis1920-192542Loraine McGlone1918-1940, undated43-5R.A. Nestos1923-193546-7Minnie J. Nelson192148Robert Paterson1927-195849Paul M. Pearson1922-1928410Josephine Corliss Preston1918-193851-2Mary K. Sherman1921-192553Lela Mae Stiles1917-1940, undated54-861-2Augustus O. Thomas192163E.B. Tucker1922-192364M.C. Turner192765William Allen White1923-194066Agnes S. Winn192267Albert E. Winship1912-193168Alice Ames Winter1921-192569Caroline S. Woodruff1923610Mrs. Alfred Zuger1921-1924611YearSub-Series B.1900-1979, undated1900-19096121910613191171191272191373191474-5191576191677191778191881191982192083-5192191-3192294-5101-31923104-6111-41924115121-61925131-5192613619271411928142-31929144-619301511931152-3193215419331551934156193516119361621937163193816419391651940-1945,1957-1959, 1979166Undated167-8171-3SubjectSub-Series C.1911-1937, undatedAmerican Legion1922174Chautauqua Association1922-1925175Cora Wilson Stewart1911-1935176-7181Education bill1923-1924182Employment in teaching1933183Family1912, 1920-1940, undated184-6Feeble-minded institutions1922-1925187Illiteracy conference1922188Illiteracy conference of Middle-West and Northern States1922189191Illiteracy conference of Northern States1922-1924192-3Southern illiteracy conferences1923194-6201Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Alabama1922202Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Arkansas1922203Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Florida1922204Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Georgia1922205Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Mississippi1922206Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Kentucky1922207Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Louisiana1922208Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - North Carolina1922209Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - South Carolina19222010Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Tennessee19222011Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Texas19222012Illiteracy conference of the Southern States - Virginia19222013Illiteracy conferences of Western states (not held)1922-1923211International Illiteracy Campaign1923-1924212Marden book department1923-1924213Moonlight schools1922-1925214-6National Illiteracy Commission - luncheon and conference in Indianapolis1925217National Illiteracy Conference1924218National Illiteracy Conference1923-1924221-3National Illiteracy Conference1923, undated224National Illiteracy Conference - Eastern1921225National Illiteracy Conference invitations1923-1924226National Illiteracy Conference - Southern1922227National Illiteracy Conferences - photocopies1921-1923231-2Press associations - state1922233Pictorial Review Award1924-1932234-5Radio broadcast response1933236Requests for illiteracy materials and information1933-1937237-8241-2Sequicentennial Exhibition Association1925243State Superintendents of Education1924244Statistics1920-1922245Success Magazine1924-1925246Wardens1922247VIP letters1920-19337Women's clubs - Alabama1922-1924248Women's clubs - Arizona1922-1925249Women's clubs - Arkansas1922-19252410Women's clubs - California1922-19232411Women's clubs - Colorado1922-19242412Women's clubs - Delaware1923251Women's clubs - Florida1922-1925252Women's clubs - Georgia1922-1925253Women's clubs - Idaho1923254Women's clubs - Illinois1922-1925255Women's clubs - Indiana1922-1925256Women's clubs - Iowa1922-1925257-9Women's clubs - Kansas1922-1925261Women's clubs - Kentucky1922-1925262Women's clubs - Louisiana1922-1924263Women's clubs - Maine1922-1923264Women's clubs - Maryland1922-1924265Women's clubs - Massachusetts1922-1923266Women's clubs - Michigan1922-1925267Women's clubs - Minnesota1922-1923268Women's clubs - Mississippi1922-1923269Women's clubs - Missouri1920-19242610Women's clubs - Montana1922-19252611Women's clubs - Nebraska1922-19242612Women's clubs - Nevada1922-19232613Women's clubs - New Jersey1922-19242614Women's clubs - New Mexico1922-19232615Women's clubs - New York19232616Women's clubs - North Carolina1923-19242617Women's clubs - North Dakota1922-19232618Women's clubs - Oklahoma1923-19242619Women's clubs - Ohio1922-19252620271Women's clubs - Oregon1922-1925272Women's clubs - Pennsylvania1922-1925273Women's clubs - Rhode Island1922274Women's clubs - South Carolina1922-1924275Women's clubs - South Dakota1923-1924276Women's clubs - Tennessee1922-1925277Women's clubs - Texas1921-1925278Women's clubs - Utah1922-1924279Women's clubs - Vermont1922-19232710Women's clubs - Virginia1922-19232711Women's clubs - Washington1922-19252712Women's clubs - Washington, D.C.1922-19252713Women's clubs - West Virginia1921-19242714Women's clubs - Wisconsin1922-19242715Women's clubs - Wyoming1922-19232716World Education Conference - International Illiteracy Conference19232717-18Native American EducationSeries III.1914-1932, undatedBlackfeet Indian tabletsundated281-2Manuscript for Indian Education bookundated283Map of Indian reservations in the US1914284Poetry and book excerpts for Indian educationundated285Indian reservation newsletters and printed materialcirca 1922-1932286Mrs. Johnston's records from the Heart Butte Schoolundated287Notes from photographs for Indian educationundated288Class roll and notes for Mrs. Robinsonundated289Indian student work1931, undated2810Student workundated2811Materials from Cora Wilson Stewart when superintendent, Blackfeet Indian Agency1926-1931, undated2812Indian note book [notes on residents of a reservation]1926291Writing exercises by Indian studentsundated292Letters by Indian students1931293-7Indian Reader - first bookundated301Indians - illiteracy schools1931-1932, undated302Financial Records - National Illiteracy CrusadeSeries IV.1915-1934, undatedFinancial statement1930303Vouchers1928-1929304Vouchers1929-1930305Vouchers - office expenses1930 April306Vouchers - office expenses1930 May - June307Supplemental vouchers1930308Vouchers - office expenses1931309Ledger book1929-19303010Audit report19293011Audit report19313012Supplemental vouchers19303013311Contributions1926-1932312-3Vouchers1930-1932314Vouchers1931315-6Washington Loan and Trust Co.1926-1927317Washington Loan and Trust Co.1928-1929318Washington Loan and Trust Co.1929 June - December319Washington Loan and Trust Co.19313110Washington Loan and Trust Co.1931-1932321Petty cash accounts1932322Bills1933323Budget plans1927-1930324Contributions and donations1927-1932325Vouchers1930-1933326Audit report1929327Vouchers re: Mother's Campaign1929328Completed vouchers1932329Audits prepped by Wayne Kendrick1929-19303210Bills and receipts1930331Financial statements1931-1932332Financial statements1932-1933333Railroad freight bills1920-1922334Salt Lake Deposit Bank1924-1925, 1934335Financial records1915-1931336Banking and financial records1921-1934337Kentucky Illiteracy CommissionSeries V.1916-1920, undatedAct to create Kentucky Illiteracy Commission1919338Moonlight schools pamphlets and broadsides1918-1919, undated339Kentucky Illiteracy Commission financial records19203310Moonlight school course of study books1917-19193311-12Published materialundated341Blank reports and formsundated342Moonlight school blank formsundated343Reports1916, 1920344Kentucky Illiteracy Commission and county superintendents report1920345Reports to Kentucky Illiteracy Commission1919346Reports to Kentucky Illiteracy Commission1920, undated347Reports to Kentucky Illiteracy Commission and superintendents questionnaire replies1920348Moonlight schools lesson booksundated349Moonlight school class projectsundated3410-11County Illiteracy Agent's record books1919351-4Moonlight schools and soldier's tabletsundated355Moonlight SchoolsSeries VI.1914-1934, undatedPromotional materialsundated361Operating info pamphletsundated362Teacher's letters (Kentucky)undated363Country Life reader advertisementundated364Samples of student work - Arkansas1926-1930365Samples of student work - Georgia1930366Samples of student work - Kentucky1914-1919367Samples of student work - multiple states1916-1931368GeneralStates: Louisiana, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Oklahoma.Samples of student work - multiple states1930-1934369GeneralStates: South Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C.Samples of student work1928-1929, undated3610Writing practice tabletsundated3611Blank diploma formundated3612ConferencesSeries VII.1919-1934, undatedIlliteracy conferences1924, 1934, undated371National illiteracy conferences1921-1931372Southeastern Ohio Teachers Association annual convention1920373Illiteracy Conference of the Western States1923374Illiteracy Conference of the Mid-West and Northern States1922375Delegates to conference of Middle-West and Northern Statesundated376Illiteracy Conference of Southern States tentative program schedule1919377National Illiteracy Conference schedules1924378National Citizens Conference on Education1920379World Conference on Education19233710Address list of delegates to the World Conference on Educationundated3711Exhibit materials from World Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland19253712World Conference conduct regulationsundated3713Conference publicity brochures and writings1920, undated3714Religious WritingsSeries VIII.1919-1940, undatedThe North American House Party newsletters19343715The Oxford Group International House Party newsletter19343716Congressional record on moral re-armament19393717Information on moral re-armament1939, undated3718Oxford Group meetings1934-19363719Oxford Group releases1938-19403720Oxford Group speeches and sermons1934, undated381Oxford Group essaysundated382Witness and Canadian Homestead newspaper clippings1934383Oxford Group Weekly Supplement1934-1935384The United States News clippings1939385The New Witness newsletter1938-1940386Newspaper clippings on moral re-armament1936-1939387-8Song-books and programs1936-1939, undated389Moral re-armament publications1938, undated3810Various pamphlets1919-1940, undated3811The Calvary Evangel1935-19363812The Rise of a New Spiritundated3813America's Way Forward by Herbert Hooverundated3814A Challenge to Constructive Christian Livingundated3815How do I Begin? by Hallen Viney19373816God Calling (A Devotional Diary) by Two Listeners1938391Why I Believe in the Oxford Group by Jack C. Winslow1934392Life Changers by Harold Begbie1932393Notes1936-1938, undated394-6401-5411-2Notebooks1921-1937, undated413-5421-2SpeechesSeries IX.1881, 1902-1936, undatedPrograms1918-1925424-6Alabamaundated431Arkansas1922, undated432Democratic National Convention and Campaignundated433General1912-1923, undated434-7General federation of Women's Clubs1918-1924438Georgia1923, 1930441Illinoisundated442Illiteracy facts1929-1930, undated443Illiteracy in relation to world understanding and good willundated444Incompleteundated445Iowa1921, undated446Institute for Teachers, opening remarksundated447[by] John C. Mayoundated448Kentucky1914449Kentucky Education Association address1906, 19214410Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs19234411Maineundated4412Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.undated4413Missouri1933, undated4414Moonlight schools1922, undated4415Morehead State Normal School1924, undated4416National City Christian Churchundated4417National Education Association1923, 1932, undated4418National Education Association - illiteracy commission1922-1925, undated4419National Conservation Congressundated4420National Illiteracy Conference1924, undated4421New Yorkundated4422North Carolina Education Association1932 March 19451North Dakotaundated452Ohio1935453On immigrants and illiteracy1923-1936, undated454Our Mountain Jewelscirca 1902455Pennsylvaniaundated456Programs1926-1934457Programs1935, undated458Quotationsundated459Quotes and excerptsundated4510Radio broadcasts1931, undated4511Relation of good roads to education19134512South Carolinaundated4513Southern Educational Associationundated4514Speech supporting pending federal legislationundated4515Tennessee1929, undated4516Texas1924, undated4517Transcripts and poems1927-1931, undated461Typescripts and manuscripts1881, 1914-1934, undated462-4Unidentified speeches and notesundated465U.S. Congress - Senate Committee on Education and Labor and House Committee on Education testimonies1919 July 11466Utahundated467Virginiaundated468Washingtonundated469U.S. Congress - House Committee on Education hearings1914-19194610Woman suffrageundated4611Wyomingundated4612Notebooks and ScrapbooksSeries X.1911-1916, undatedCora Wilson Stewart notebooksundated4613Scrapbook on adult educationundated471U.S. illiteracy committeeundated472Poetry and prose binderundated473Memo booksundated474Cora Wilson Stewart memo booksundated475Educational drawing and writing chartsundated476Scrapbook on fight against illiteracyundated481Scrapbook1911-19161Scrapbook1914-19162Items removed from scrapbooksundated3ArticlesSeries XI.1913-1937, undatedBy Universal Service1924491The County School of To-Morrow by Frederick T. Gates1913492Current References on American Youth Problems - American Council on Education1937493The Education of the Mountain Child by Cora Wilson Stewartundated494Freeing America is Her Huge Job1930 January 29495General1914-1932, undated496-9How to Stamp Out Adult Illiteracy by Cora Wilson Stewart19134910Illiteracy1925-19304911Illiteracy [by Cora Wilson Stewart]1925-19304912Illiteracy in the United States Army by Cora Wilson Stewart19244913It Can Be Done1937 October 54914Kentucky illiteracy1919, undated4915Kentucky Illiteracy Commission1915-1920, undated501Kentucky's War on Illiteracy: The work of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart and her moonlight schoolsundated502The League of Nations Flag by Cora Wilson Stewartundated503Manuscriptsundated504Moonlight schoolsundated505National illiteracyundated506National Illiteracy Crusadeundated507The New Strength of the Hills by Henry J. Allenundated508Oklahoma Journal of Education - article on Oklahoma Educational Associationundated509Schools in the South chapter VII, by A.D. Mayoundated5010Some Factors in Determining a Teacher's Professional Worth by Cora Wilson Stewartundated5011War-Modified Education and Illiteracy by Cora Wilson Stewart1918 October5012The War on Illiteracy - its purpose and progress by Cora Wilson Stewartundated5013What are We Doing to remove Illiteracy1933 December 105014[World Call?]undated5015PublicationsSeries XII.1902-1935, undatedShort stories by Cora Wilson Stewartundated511The Feud of Fire by Cora Wilson Stewart, draftsundated512Illiteracy short storiesundated513Moonlight Schools short stories1924-1931, undated514Nemesis that Overtook the Guilty Seven - A True Story of a Famous Kentucky Feud by Cora Wilson Stewart short storyundated515The Rowan County War short story1902516The Seven Widows short story, by Cora Wilson Stewartundated517Stories of Sunshine and Cereals short story, by Cora Wilson Stewartundated518That Child of Yours and His parent short story, by Cora Wilson Stewartundated519What I Should Do if I Could Live my Life Over Again short storyundated5110Wonderful Exploits of Sergeant Willie Sandlin short storyundated5111His Mark manuscript by Cora Wilson Stewart19355112His Mark drafts19335113Chapter drafts of Moonlight Schoolsundated5114Mother's Book: A First reader for Home Women by Cora Wilson Stewartundated5115Congressional Digest19245116Iowa Federation News1922-19245117Women's Clubs - General Federation News1922-19255118New material for readers1925, undated521Prose and Poetryundated522First Drill Book in Reading English1929523Citizen's Reference Book volume II1928524Humor - Illiteracy and Other Educational Storiesundated525National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy - Manual for Teachers of Adult Illiterates1930526Excerpt book1920527Scrapbook on Education1920, undated528Poetry bookundated529Bulletin of Kentucky Department of Education - Rural School Supervision number 219125210Federal Textbook on Citizenship Training, part 119245211Illiteracy and health, religion, and school attendanceundated531Illiteracy and crimeundated532Economic loss due to illiteracyundated533Illiteracy and WWI soldiers [includes Willie Sandlin]undated534The Third All-India Women's Conference on Educational Reform proceedings1929535Newspaper ClippingsSeries XIII.1909-1939, undated190953619125371913538191453919155310191653111917531219185411919542-5192055119215521922553192355419245551925556192655719275581928559192955101930-19395511Undated561-6Illiteracy StatisticsSeries XIV.1914-1934, undatedAlabama1914-1931, undated571Arizona1930-1931572Arkansas1919, 1930, undated573California1930-1931574Connecticut1931575Delaware1931576District of Columbia1930-1931577Florida1930-1931578Georgia1930-1931579Idaho1930-19315710Illinois1930-1931, undated5711Indiana19315712Iowa1930-19315713Kansas1930-19315714Kentucky1930, undated5715Louisiana1930-19315716Maine19315717Maryland1931-19325718Massachusetts19315719Michigan19315720Minnesota1930-19315721Mississippi1930-19315722Missouri19315723Nebraska1930-19315724New Jersey1930-19315725New York1930-19315726North Carolina1916-19305727Non U.S. countries1930-19315728Ohio1930-19315729Oklahoma1930, undated5730Oregon1930-19315731Pennsylvania1930-19315732Prohibition19315733Rhode Island1930-19315734South Carolina1918-1931581South Dakota1930-1931582Tennessee1930-1931583Texas1930-1931584United Statesundated585-7Vermont1930-1931588Virginia1930-1934589West Virginia1930-19315810Wisconsin1930-19315811Wyoming1930-19315812Global illiteracy fact sheetsundated5813Startling Statisticsundated5814U.S. Census information1914, 1922, 1933, undated5815National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy pamphlets19305816Questionnaire on Adult Illiteracy Crusadeundated5817Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census Illiteracy19235818PamphletsSeries XV.1912-1938, undatedCommercial1921, undated591Delaware1917-1926592Democratic National Committeeundated593Education Board of the Southern Baptist Convention1928 March 26594Extracts from the Hearings before the Joint Committee on the Reorganization of the Administrative Branch of the Government1924595Florida, state conference1922596Foreign1912-1934, undated597General Federation of Women's Clubs1922-1932, undated598General Federation of Women's Clubs - illiteracy divisionundated599Georgia1920-1938, undated5910Georgia Department of Education1916, 19305911Hearings before the Committee on Education and Labor - U.S. Senate19245912Illinois1915-19255913Illiteracy conferences1923-19245914Iowa1918-1924, undated5915Kentucky1917-1924, undated5916Kentucky Educational Association1918, 1923601Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - education departmentundated602Kentucky Illiteracy Commission1914-1920, undated603League of Nations1924, undated604Louisiana and illiteracy1922, 1930605Maine1923, undated606Manuscript writing1918607Massachusetts Department of Education1919608Michigan1922-1925609Mississippi1916, 19226010National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy1930-19326011National Arts Club Bulletin1923-19256012National Congress of Parents and Teachers Association1925, undated6013National Education Association1921-1928, undated6014611National Illiteracy Crusade1926, undated612National League of Women Voters1923613Nebraska1922614Nevada1922615New Mexico1914-1921616New York1919-1937, undated617North Carolina1912-1920618North Dakota1921-1923, undated619Ohio1919-19246110Oklahoma1915-1924, undated6111Oregon19196112Patriotic1919, undated6113Pennsylvania1914-19276114Rotary International - national campaign against adult illiteracyundated621Reading and writing book for Honduras1923, undated622South Carolina1915-1932, undated623-4Story of the Bath and San Francisco From Oaklandundated625Story of the Moonlight Schoolsundated626Tennessee1915-1934627Texas1922628U.S. Bureau of Education1913629-10Vermont1923-19256211Virginia1921-1923, undated6212Washington1922, undated631West Virginia1929632Wisconsin1921-1922633Women's International Society of Daily Vacation Bible Schools1924634Woodrow Wilsonundated635World Association for Adult Education1920-1923636World Association of Daily Vacation Bible Schoolsundated637Subject FilesSeries XVI.1887, 1910-1941, undatedAddress listsundated638Addresses and listsundated639Adult illiteracy education materials and information1915-1929, undated6310Alabama Department of Education1914-19306311Alabama Illiteracy Commission1915-19166312American Council on Education - Activities of the American Youth Commission19376313American Legion check-lists1922-19246314American Legion - endowment fund for disabled men and the orphans of veteransundated6315American Library Association - Adult Education and the Library19246316The American National Red Cross - the organization of a nutrition service19246317The Berry schools1922-1924, undated6318Better America Federation1924-1925, undated6319Bibliographies on illiteracy and educationundated6320Booklets and clippings1925, undated6321California illiteracy numberscirca 1910s6322Census of Illiterates - Rowan County1913-1918, undated641-4The Chautauqua Quarterlyundated645Child Labor amendment publications1924-1925, undated646Clara Bartonundated647Clippingsundated648The Colorado School Journal1923-1925649Daughters of the American Revolution1922, undated6410Department of the Interior - Bureau of Education bibliography on illiteracyundated6411Education legislation in the U.S.1913-1919, undated6412General Federation of Women's Clubs1923-19246413Health and education1918, undated6414Health Officer's report of Grayson Countyundated6415Illiteracy1921-1923, undated651-2Illiteracy Commission of the National Education Associationundated653Illiteracy Commission reportsundated654Illiteracy education in Alabama1912-1931, undated655Illiteracy and education chairmen listsundated656Illiteracy information1925, undated657Illiteracy issues in Arizona1919-1923, undated658Illiteracy issues in Arkansas1920-1924659Illiteracy issues in California1915-1923, undated6510Illiteracy issues in Kentucky1916, undated6511Illiteracy and laborundated6512Illiteracy report of the Literacy Commission of the National Education Association19246513Illiteracy and U.S. Government departments1921, 1935-1936, undated6514Indian illiteracy - lessons1922661Information on illiteracy in the U.S. undated662Institute material1911-1916, undated663-4Instructions on teaching illiteratesundated665International Bureau of Education1929, undated666Interstate Bulletin - adult elementary education1924-1927, undated667Kentucky educational directory1922, undated668Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs1916, 1927669Kentucky Literacy League financial records1920-19216610Material on americanization1918-19196611Material from the Office of the President1922-1923, undated6612Meeting of the Department of Illiteracy at the World Federation of Education Associations Conference1931 July 286613Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Department of Superintendence1924 February 236614National Advisory Committee on Illiteracyundated6615National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy executive committee meeting1931 May 186616National Council of Education1920, undated6617National Council for Prevention of War and Education1923-1924, undated6618National Education Association1923-19286619National Education Association illiteracy committee reportundated6620National Illiteracy Crusade - statements of supportundated6621Newspaper clippingscirca 1887-19326622Night school reports from Washington1916671Notesundated672-3Notes and notebooks on County and Mountain schoolsundated674Notes and anecdotes1920, undated675Notes and illiteracy materialundated676Notes on Sally Lucas Jeanundated677Oklahoma illiteracy and adult schoolscirca 1920s678Oxford Group meeting1933679Poetryundated6710Practice Book for the Writing Book numbers 4 and 519256711Record of school visitation notebook by Cora Wilson Stewart [Rowan County]1910681Report of illiteracy campaign in Arkansasundated682Reports of supervisors on condition of school propertyundated683Report tio U.S. Commissioner of Educationundated684Rowan County Annual Report and Annual Settlement of the County Superintendent1910-1913685Sand - the four act comedy, by Rebecca Dial1920686School lessons1926, undated687Shelby County night school reports1930688Song lyrics and sheet musicundated689Unidentified reports1930, 1935, undated6810Unidentified report on illiteracyundated6811United Daughters of the Confederacy19236812U.S. illiteracy information1922, undated6813Vic's letter strips and writing padundated6814Virginia educational report19216815Washington state census information19206816Women's clubs1924, 1941, undated6817Women's club meeting minutesundated6818World Federation of Education Associationsundated6819Prison ReaderSeries XVII.undatedExcerpts for Prison Readerundated6820-21Education in prison informationundated691Prison Reader materialundated692-4PostersSeries XVIII.1897-1927, 1941, undatedBaldwin County school fair broadside1925701Scroll of Honor [given to Cora Wilson Stewart]1941 May 19702Moonlight schools postersundated711Educational Rally posterundated712Diplomas, certificates and appointments1897-1927713Stamp out illiteracy campaign poster - Alabamaundated714Illiteracy maps of the world and United Statesundated715James Montgomery Flagg poster Thank God! At last I'll be able to read and write.undated721Illiteracy postersundated722Campaign to Combat Illiteracy - Kentucky Illiteracy Commission posters1920723Illiteracy maps of U.S. states1920724Illiteracy map of Kentuckyundated725Illiteracy map of Kentucky1920726Illiteracy map of Kentucky1910727Illiteracy maps of U.S. states19201Illiteracy postersundated2Campaign to Combat Illiteracy posters - Oklahomaundated3Campaign to Combat Illiteracy posters - South Carolinaundated456ArtifactsSeries XIX.undatedNative American drawings on leatherundated73Loving cupundated74 Cora Wilson Stewart papers