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THE AMERICAN DISCOVERY OF ALCOHOLISM, 1933-1939
Chapter III draws on correspondence among Everett Colby, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Edsel Ford, Charles C. Bauer, and Robert W. Gumbel obtained from the Rockefeller Archive Center (RFA). The materials are drawn from the Rockefeller Family archives, R.G. 2 (office of the Messrs. Rockefeller) Welfare Interests series, box 50, Council on Moderation file. I am advised by Rockefeller Archive Center Archivist, Thomas Rosenbaum, that this is presently "unprocessed material" that may in the future "be stored in a different box" and have folder numbers entered on folders.
Chapter IV draws primarily on materials from a single file, titled "200A Alcoholism, Study of Jolliffe" obtained from the Rockefeller Foundation Archive Center (RFA). Page 120 and footnote 5 (on pp. 124-125) contains citations to Lane Medical Archive (LMA) materials. These are drawn from a single file, titled "Research Council, 1930's" in one box of Ray Lyman Wilbur's papers identified as "MSS3 Box 5." Footnote 5 also contains a reference to materials drawn from the Carnegie Corporation Archives (CCA) file-folder sent to me by Patricia Hayns (Records Manager, Carnegie Corporation of New York) on 5 April 1990. Her letter of transmittal describes these materials simply as "what we have on the Research Council on Problems of Alcohol." Footnote 10 cites American Association for the Advancement of Science Executive Committee meeting minutes for 26 December 1937 and 26 June 1938. These were sent to me by AAAS Archivist Michele Aldrich.
Chapter V draws primarily on materials from a single file, titled "Research Council, 1930's" in one box of Ray Lyman Wilbur's papers identified as "MSS3 Box 5" at the Lane Medical Archive (LMA). National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Archive materials (see pp. 159-162) consist of two memorandums authored by Albert L. Barrows and identified in my text by their dates, 20 and 21 December 1937. The 20 December document may be further identified as NAS Office Memorandum No. 448 (Barrows), "Preliminary conversation with Doctor Kelley concerning studies of alcoholism," 1 page. The 21 December document may be further identified as NAS Office Memorandum No. 449 (Barrows), "Conversation with Doctor Moore concerning a national conference on alcohol," 2 pages.
Chapter VI: I have been directed to newspaper accounts of this controversy and primary materials on H.B. Haag through the kindness of Jodi Kosti, Archivist, Tompkins-McCaw Library, the Virginia Commonwealth University.
Chapter VII draws primarily on materials from a single file, titled "Research Council, 1930's" in one box of Ray Lyman Wilbur's papers identified as "MSS3 Box 5" at the Lane Medical Archive (LMA). The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) citation on p. 220, as noted in my text, derives from Executive Committee Meeting Minutes for 26 December 1937, sent by AAAS Archivist Michele Aldrich.
Chapter VIII draws on a Carnegie Corporation Archives (CCA) file-folder sent to me by Patricia Hayns (Records Manager, Carnegie Corporation of New York) on 5 April 1990. Her letter of transmittal describes these materials simply as "what we have on the Research Council on Problems of Alcohol." Lane Medical Archive citations draw on materials from two files, titled "Research Council, 1930's" and "Research Council, 1940's" in one box of Ray Lyman Wilbur's papers identified as "MSS3 Box 5." The "Report of Research No. 1" cited on p. 266 is drawn from the DuPont Archives, Hagley Mills Library (HML). Footnote 4 on pp. 281-282 draws on an excerpt from the cited oral history sent to me by Lisa Dunkel of the Department of Psychiatry and Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute Library, University of California, San Francisco (LPPI).
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