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Henry C. Taylor papers, 1896-1968.

Author: Henry C Taylor; Anne Dewees Taylor
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of a noted agricultural economist who was a professor at the University of Wisconsin, 1908-1919; chief of the United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1922-1925; director of a comprehensive survey of rural Vermont, 1928-1931; U.S. delegate to the International Institute of Agriculture, 1933-1935; director of the Farm Foundation, 1935-1945; and author of numerous books and articles on agricultural
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Sound recordings
Manuscript collection
Named Person: Joseph Ackerman; Edward Scribner Ames; L H Bailey; O E Baker; John D Black; Kenyon L Butterfield; John R Commons; Chester C Davis; John Sweet Donald; Dwight D Eisenhower; Richard T Ely; Mordecai Ezekiel; Henry W Farnam; Charles Josiah Galpin; Benjamin Horace Hibbard; Asher Hobson; William Ernest Hocking; Thomas Jesse Jones; George Fred Keck; Benson Y Landis; Frank O Lowden; Francis Pickens Miller; Edward Ward Morehouse; Frank W Peck; John H Reisner; Beardsley Ruml; H L Russell; Theodore Saloutos; William A Schoenfeld; Theodore W Schultz; Max Sering; J Russell Smith; Henry A Wallace; Henry Cantwell Wallace; George S Wehrwein; M L Wilson
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Henry C Taylor; Anne Dewees Taylor
OCLC Number: 173699756
Description: 23.0 c.f. (49 archives boxes, 5 card boxes, and 1 flat box) and 21 tape recordings; plus additions of 1.4 c.f., 515 photographs, 121 negatives, and 5 transparencies.

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Papers of a noted agricultural economist who was a professor at the University of Wisconsin, 1908-1919; chief of the United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1922-1925; director of a comprehensive survey of rural Vermont, 1928-1931; U.S. delegate to the International Institute of Agriculture, 1933-1935; director of the Farm Foundation, 1935-1945; and author of numerous books and articles on agricultural economics. The collection includes extensive professional correspondence, subject files, and drafts and supplementary research material related to his writing. Personal and biographical files include notes about courses taken under Professor Richard T. Ely; papers relating to the construction and sale of Taylor's home in Virginia which was designed by George Keck; and some files relating to the professional career of his wife, Anne Dewees Taylor.

The correspondence relates to a wide range of professional and research interests. Prominent correspondents include Joseph Ackerman, Edward Scribner Ames, Liberty Hyde Bailey, Oliver Edwin Baker, John D. Black, Kenyon L. Butterfield, John R. Commons, Chester C. Davis, John S. Donald, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard T. Ely, Mordecai Ezekiel, Henry W. Farnam, Charles J. Galpin, Benjamin H. Hibbard, Asher Hobson, William Ernest Hocking, Thomas Jesse Jones, Benson Y. Landis, Frank O. Lowden, Edward E. Morehouse, Francis P. Miller, Frank W. Peck, John A. Reisner, Beardsley Ruml, H. L. Russell, Theodore Saloutos, Theodore W. Schultz, William A. Schoenfeld, Max Sering, J. Russell Smith, Henry A. Wallace, Henry C. Wallace, George S. Wehrein, and M. L. Wilson. Most notable among writings represented are his memoirs of experiences with the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and his history of agricultural economics which includes notes on interviews with many leaders in the field. Documentation in the subject files includes reports written for the Farm Foundation; notes and reports on agricultural missionaries in China, India, and Japan prepared for the Laymen's Foreign Missions Inquiry; and information on the BAE, especially the conflict over the McNary-Haugen farm legislation with the Department of Commerce.

The processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.

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