The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Lisle Fellowship, Inc. Records,  1928-2006

MSS-138

 

Size:  96 linear feet

Provenance: Gift of Mark Kinney on behalf of the Lisle Fellowship.

Access: open

Collection Summary: 

Multicultural Educational Organization (founded 1936)
The records of this organization include descriptions of various programs organized by the Lisle Fellowship as well as administrative files which include information on Units-six week sessions-both domestic and foreign. These six week sessions were the focus of the Fellowship, encouraging interaction and exchange between individuals of diverse backgrounds.

 

Subject: Education and Schools, Philosophy and Religion

Related Collections:

Processing Note:  Because the collection was donated at different times, and each accession was processed separately, the folders for one series may be contained in several different boxes.  However, the finding aid is arranged alphabetically within each series.

 

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by: 

Janice Hackbush, Spring 2000; Carol Farris, Summer 2002; revised by Kim Brownlee, Fall 2006; updated by Tamara Jones, Spring 2007; updated by Brad Sommer, Spring 2010, updated by Arjun Sabharwal, March 2013, revised by Sara Mouch, August 2014

 

NOTE: This collection is located at the NWOBD

 

Historical Sketch

 

Reverend DeWitt C. Baldwin and his wife Edna served as missionaries to Rangoon, Burma between 1923 and 1933.   Upon their return to the United States in 1933, they met with the head of the Methodist Board of Missions to discuss their desire to teach students from college campuses around the nation the idea of a world community.  They visited with students and professors from 1933 until 1935 to conduct a survey of their attitudes toward “the current isolationism of the United States, toward the Church and religion in general, and…the World Mission of the Church” (Baldwin, 1-11). 

            What they discovered were students confused, critical, and uncertain about creating a peaceful world.  Driven by the results of the survey, Reverend Baldwin proposed in a radio announcement in January 1935 a six-week summer gathering of students that would encourage discussion in an attempt to learn world-mindedness.  The first gathering took place in upstate New York at Happy Valley Center on June 20, 1936, and the Lisle Fellowship was born.

            Originally dubbed the Christian Mission Service Fellowship, the organization was renamed shortly after that first gathering after the village of Lisle, where the Happy Valley Center was located.  The change not only shortened the name of the organization, but it honored the first gathering that catapulted the Lisle Fellowship into more than seventy years of fostering the appreciation of all cultures around the world. 

            The Baldwin’s’ method for fostering global understanding was established in that first gathering.  Called a unit, the six-week summer camp brought together twenty-seven students from eleven states, the Philippines, China, and Japan.  In addition to discussions on religion and world-mindedness, the students set out on four-day deputations, small missions to local homes, churches, or any other organization that could provide homes and transportation to the students as they experienced a new way of life. 

            This method was utilized in future gatherings led by the Baldwins, who became known as Uncle Si and Aunt Edna to their students in an effort to close the generation gap and promote a more personal connection, that spread nationwide, from California to Washington D.C.  Then, in 1952, Lisle’s reach spread overseas, with Denmark as the first international group.  In addition to Germany, Japan, China, and India, Lisle also conducted units in the USSR during the Cold War, always maintaining the Fellowship goal to develop world-mindedness by bringing together a wide variety of students from multiple cultures and countries. 

            The Baldwins were the driving force behind the Lisle Fellowship, especially after the Methodist Church turned over complete control of the organization to the Lisle Advisory Board in 1946.  At that time, Lisle became incorporated as a non-profit, non-denominational organization.   Uncle Si and Aunt Edna continued to direct the activities of Lisle until their retirement in 1978, but their model of intercultural education and work experience continues today, now as Lisle International, not only for college students, but for people of any age.

            In 2004, Lisle started mini-grant funding projects to assist Lisle members in accomplishing their intercultural goals.  Dr. Mark Kinney continues as executive director and Bill Kinney serves as president.  Additional information about Lisle is available at www.lisleinternational.org.

Scope and Content Note

The Lisle Fellowship, Inc. Records are divided into twenty different series, as follows:

 

Series 1: Administrative Files, contains financial materials, by-laws, minutes, reports, and other administrative information on the Fellowship. 

Series 2: Adult Education, contains information about the adult education program.

Series 3: Alumni, contains alumni directories from 1936-2002.  This series also contains information about reunions and alumni newsletters.

Series 4: Artifacts, contains various Fellowship paraphernalia.

Series 5: Audio Recordings contains oral history interviews with “Uncle Si” and a transcription of an oral history completed in 1984, as well as another transcription of an unknown date.  The series also includes recordings of other interviews and conversations detailing the history of the Lisle Fellowship.  There are also several recordings of Lisle/NAFSA conferences, including one titled Lisle Conference World Challenges described under subseries A, B, and C.    

Series 6: Basic Information on the Lisle Fellowship, contains files concerning the incorporation and purpose of the Fellowship, including files concerning work to make the Fellowship known.  Games, songs, menus, and recordings of deputations also comprise this series.

Series 7: Correspondence, contains correspondence of various personnel, students, and potential, interested members of the Fellowship.

Series 8: Deputations Information, contains information about the annual deputations held around the world.  Deputations were small missions that lasted four days.  The deputation assignments, budgets, correspondence, contracts, evaluations, orientations, schedules and set up are included in this listing.

Series 9: Fundraising, contains various files on how the Lisle Fellowship funded their projects and units as well as on foundations that Lisle applied to, contacted, and consulted with for help in raising money from year to year.

Series 10: General Files, concerns the business aspect of Lisle along with information on conferences.  The business files contain information about evaluations and the location or home of Lisle and files of a planning session held in 1985 concerning the future of Lisle.  The conference files, described under a subseries, concern a conference that the Lisle Fellowship hosted in 1983 entitled Education Toward a World View.

Series 11: Information on Units, includes basic information on the units in general, in addition to reports from specific units.  There are two subseries, A and B.

Series 12: Leadership Files, includes files about contacting and recruiting leaders for the deputations each summer.  It also contains training seminar files and guidelines for the leaders.

Series 13: Newsletters, contains copies of the newsletter published by the fellowship, in addition to some newsletters published before the name Lisle Fellowship was adopted, when the organization was called the Christian Service Fellowship Mission, as well as a couple of other newsletters.

Series 14: Other Organizations, contains material on organizations similar to the Lisle Fellowship. 

Series 15: Personnel Files, is divided into two sub-series to describe general personnel files and student personnel files.

Series 16: Photographic Materials, contains photographs that date from the early days of the Fellowship at various units.  Included in this series are a number of slides and negatives, as well as two films, each described under a separate subseries, A, B, C, D, and E.

Series 17: Publications and Proposals, includes materials written by past members of the Fellowship deputations or others about the Lisle Fellowship.  These include theses, papers, articles, and various copies of the book A Tiger by the Tail, written by founder DeWitt Baldwin on the history of the Lisle Fellowship. 

Series 18: Publicity, contains files of different forms of publicity that the Fellowship used to make itself known.  This series also contains brochures for the Lisle Fellowship explaining its summer units.

Series 19: Recruitment Work, contains information on recruiting the Fellowship completed from year to year to inform students of the Fellowship’s purpose, divided into two subseries, A and B, that describes the contact work and then the universities visited by members of the Fellowship. 

Series 20: Student Records, contains students’ files, primarily membership applications.

 

S.1 ADMINISTRATIVE FILES

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1

1

Accounting Policies and Procedures

1

2

Ad Hoc Development Committee

1

3

Administrative and Committee Structures

1

4

Administrative business letters, office equipment, supplies, 1968

1

5

Administrative Correspondence

1

6

Administrative Files, 1937-1939

1

7

Administrative Files, 1942, 1944, 1947

1

8

Administrative Files, 1948

1

9

Administrative Files, 1949

1

10

Administrative Files, 1950-1951

1

11

Administrative Files, 1952-1953

1

12

Administrative Files, 1954

1

13

Administrative Files, 1955

1

14

Administrative Files, 1956-1957

1

15

Administrative Files, 1958

1

16

Administrative Files, 1959-1960

1

17

Administrative Files, 1961-1962

1

18

Administrative Files, 1963

1

19

Administrative Files, 1964

1

20

Administrative Files, 1965

1

21

Administrative Files, 1966

1

22

Administrative Files, 1967

1

23

Administrative Files, 1968 (folder 1 of 2)

1

24

Administrative Files, 1968 (folder 2 of 2)

2

1

Administrative Files, 1969 (folder 1 of 2)

2

2

Administrative Files, 1969 (folder 2 of 2)

2

3

Administrative Files, 1970-1973

2

4

Administrative Files, 1974-1975

2

5

Administrative Files, 1976

2

6

Administrative Files, 1977

2

7

Administrative Files, 1978-1979

2

8

Administrative Files, 1980

2

9

Administrative Files, 1981

2

10

Administrative Files, 1982

2

11

Administrative Files, 1983

2

12

Administrative Files, 1984 (folder 1 of 2)

2

13

Administrative Files, 1984 (folder 2 of 2)

2

14

Administrative Files, 1985 (folder 1 of 3)

2

15

Administrative Files, 1985 (folder 2 of 3)

2

16

Administrative Files, 1985 (folder 3 of 3)

2

17

Administrative Files, 1986

3

1

Administrative Files, 1987 (folder 1 of 2)

3

2

Administrative Files, 1987 (folder 2 of 2)

3

3

Administrative Files, 1988

3

4

Administrative Files, 1989

3

5

Administrative Files, 1990

3

6

Administrative Files, 1991

3

7

Administrative Files, 1992

3

8

Administrative Files, 1992

3

9

Administrative Files, 1993

3

10

Administrative Files, 1995-1996

3

11

Administrative Files, undated

3

12

Alumni letters

3

13

Annual Board Meeting Reports, 1947, 1961-1966

3

14

Annual Meeting Reports, 1953, 1967-1968, 1971-1974, 1976

3

15

Annual Meetings, 1970s-1980s

3

16

Annual Meetings, 1990-1998, 2001, 2003, 2006

3

17

Bailey, Gerald Dr., Chairman of Board of Directors, 1969

3

18

Board Meetings, 1978-1979

3

19

Board Meetings, April 1985

3

20

Board Meetings, May 1994

3

21

Board Meetings, January 1995

3

22

Board Meetings, May 1995

3

23

Board Meetings, May 1996

3

24

Board Meetings, January 1997

3

25

Board Meetings, May 1997

3

26

Board Meetings, 1998

3

27

Board Meetings, 2004, 2013

3

28

Board Meeting Minutes, 1960s, 1972, 1975, 1977-1979

4

1

Board Meeting Minutes, 1980-1984, 1985-1989

4

2

Board Meeting Minutes, 1990-1995

4

3

Board Meeting Minutes, 1996-1998

4

4

Board Member Duties and Rights

4

5

Board Member Lists, 1974, 1983-1992, 2002-2005

4

6

Board Notices, 1983-1994

4

7

Board Notices, 1995-2006

4

8

Board of Directors Annual Reports, 1946-1959 (folder 1 of 2)

4

9

Board of Directors Annual Reports, 1946-1959 (folder 2 of 2)

4

10

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1951-1958

4

11

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1953-May 1958 (folder 1 of 2)

4

12

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1953-May 1958 (folder 2 of 2)

4

13

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1953-1959

4

14

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1960-1961

4

15

Board of Directors Correspondence, 1967-1968, 1973-1974, 1980-1985, 1990, 1995, 2003

5

1

Board of Directors Correspondence, B. Williams, 1965-1967

5

2

Board of Directors Correspondence, Nominating Committee, 1949-1950

5

3

Board of Directors Lists, 1942-1958

5

4

Board of Directors Lists, 1970s, 1980-1993

5

5

Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1958-1960

5

6

Board of Directors Meetings, 1957-1960

5

7

Board of Directors Minutes, Financial Statements, 1950-1954 (folder 1 of 2)

5

8

Board of Directors Minutes, Financial Statements, 1950-1954 (folder 2 of 2)

5

9

Board of Directors Minutes, Mary Feldblum, 1968

5

10

Board of Directors Minutes and Reports, 1950

5

11

Board of Directors Monthly Memos, 1950-1951

5

12

Board of Directors Proposal for Development, 1968

5

13

Board of Directors, Proposed Projects in India and Japan, 1953

5

14

Board of Directors Records, Letters, Notices, 1938-1954

5

15

Board of Directors Records, Letters, Notices, 1938-1954, 1993-1994

5

16

Board of Directors Reorganization, 1989-1992

5

17

Board of Directors, Responses to letter of May 6, 1960

5

18

By-Laws, 1953, 1960, 1998

5

19

By-Laws, Articles and Certificates of Incorporation, 1946, 1960, 1987

5

20

Computer Requests

5

21

Constitution and By-Laws, 1936

5

22

Contact Program, 1991

5

23

Correspondence towards appeal for funds, 1956

5

24

Criteria of Executive Director, 1958

5

25

Critical Inquiries about Lisle

5

26

Director's Reports, 1984-1985

5

27

Executive Committee Call 1988-1989; Memoranda

5

28

Executive Committee Conference Call Minutes, 1986-1996

6

1

Executive Committees, 1959, 1978-1980, 1983-1985, 1994

6

2

Finance Committees, 1951, 1955-1956, 1968, 1977-1982, 1993-1994

6

3

Financial Files, 1960s-1980s, 1990, 1993-1995, 1998, 2003-2004

6

4

Financial Letters

6

5

Financial Materials

6

6

Financial Statements, 1948-1956, 1958, 1956

6

7

Financial Statements, 1987-2007

6

8

Incorporation of Lisle, March 6, 1946

6

9

Legal Documents

6

10

Lisle Audit Reports, 1947, 1955, 1957, 2000

6

11

Lisle Board History

6

12

Lisle Business Materials

6

13

Lisle Fellowship, Inc. Annual Report, 1947

6

14

Lisle Financial Statements, 1950-1951, 1954, 1958

6

15

Mail Items, 1994-1995

6

16

Meeting Plans/Program Reports

6

17

Membership Information About Lisle, 1946

6

18

Minutes of the Board, 1946-1950 (folder 1 of 2)

6

19

Minutes of the Board, 1946-1950 (folder 2 of 2)

6

20

Minutes of the Board, 1964-1965

6

21

Miscellaneous

6

22

Nominating Committee, 1985, 1990, 1995, 1997

6

23

President's and Executive Director's Papers, 1989-1998

6

24

Program Administration, 1998

6

25

Program Budgets, 1967-1968

6

26

Program Committee, 1984-1985, 1987-1991, 1993-1995, 1997

7

1

Promotion, 1960

7

2

Report on Examination of Financial Statements, 1981-1982

7

3

Report to the Lisle Board, October 2003

7

4

Reports of Executive Directors, 1953-1954

7

5

Resource Database Sheets, 1995

7

6

Reverend D.C. Baldwin Social Security Records, 1945-1953

7

7

Spring Board Meetings, 1969, 2002-2004, 2006

7

8

Staff International Exchange, 1968-1969

7

9

Various Notes and Forms, 1991-2003

7

10

Washington House

7

11

Wills, 1953-1958

S.2. ADULT EDUCATION                                                                                           (return to series list)

7

12

Academic Credit, 1944-1968

7

13

Big Sister Program 1950 Founders Day, 1955

7

14

Blair Hall Constitution

7

15

Dean of Women's Correspondence, 1946-1950

7

16

DeWitt Baldwin University of Michigan, 1964-1965

7

17

Faculty Student List Courses Tutors hours, 1955-1957

7

18

Head Resident Files, 1946-1949

7

19

Health Education Material, 1956

7

20

Group Inquiries and Applications, 1959

7

21

International Student's Day Correspondence, 1958

7

22

National Adult Conference, 1956-1958

7

23

National Student Assembly YMCA-YWCA, 1958-1959

7

24

News Releases for Olivet College, 1955-1957

7

25

Olivet College, 1947-1957

7

26

Olivet Orientation Materials

7

27

Programs, 1958

8

1

University of Michigan Accountants' Manifesto of Cooperative Housing, 1955-1966

8

2

University of Michigan Conservation, 1968

8

3

University of Michigan Inter-Cooperative Council, 1948-1966 (folder 1 of 2)

8

4

University of Michigan Inter-Cooperative Council, 1948-1966 (folder 2 of 2)

S.3. ALUMNI                                                                                                                  (return to series list)

8

5

50th and 70th Anniversary Correspondence

8

6

Address Lists

8

7

Alumni, 1950-1953, 1963-1964

8

8

Alumni News

8

9

Area and Chairman Addresses (folder 1 of 1)

8

10

Area and Chairman Addresses (folder 2 of 2)

8

11

Area Championships, USA

8

12

Area Lists 

8

13

Articles about Lislers, 1990, n.d.

8

14

"Building as Theater: A Cultural Myth" (manuscript)

8

15

Contribution to Lisle Directories, 1950-1951

8

16

DeWitt Baldwin Honors and Memorial, 1978, 1993

8

17

Diary of Carolyn Kearns Young, 1945

8

18

Alumni Directory, 1936-1986 (folder 1 of 2)

8

19

Alumni Directory, 1936-1986 (folder 2 of 2)

8

20

Directory, 1936-2002

8

21

Directory, 1939-1963

8

22

Directory, 1950, 1957

8

23

Directory, 1990

8

24

Directory, 1992

8

25

Directory, 1993-1994

8

26

Directory, 1996

9

1

Directory, n.d.

9

2

Directory, Special Editions

9

3

Edna/Si Baldwin's Birthday, Retirement, Commencement, 1978 (see recording of the event in box 10, folder 12)

9

4

A Family Cooperative Camp

9

5

First Lisle Reunion, 1947

9

6

Alumni Fundraising Campaign, 1958

9

7

The Gathering, 1983

9

8

Happy Valley, 1912-1942

9

9

Houston Reunion, 1988

9

10

Intern Program, 1978-1979, 1988-1989

9

11

Letters from Lislers

9

12

Lisle 50th Reunion, 1933-1983, 1986

9

13

Lisle Alumni

9

14

Lisle Alumni Lists

9

15

Lisle Family Camps, 1959, 1961

9

16

List of Unit Members, 1936-1983

9

17

Lists of Lislers

9

18

Longhorn Sentinel, 1985

9

19

Mailing List, 1979

9

20

Member Directory

9

21

Miscellaneous

9

22

Names, 1936-1942

9

23

News Articles and Notes

9

24

Organization of European Alumni

9

25

Pittsburgh

9

26

Recipes

9

27

Responses to Lisle Reunion, 1983

9

28

Retirement Parties

9

29

Reunions

9

30

Service Learning Conference, 1985

9

31

Spring Regional Meeting for Lislers and Friends, 1972

9

32

Thanksgiving, 1952-1962, 1964, 1990

9

33

Uncle Si's 80th Birthday, 1978

9

34

Unit Leader Biographies

S.4. ARTIFACTS                                                                                                            (return to series list)

10

1

Ashram Star and Sign

10

2

Ledger Book

10

3

T-shirt (folder 1 of 3)

10

4

T-shirt (folder 2 of 3)

10

5

T-shirt (folder 3 of 3)

10

6

Various Tapes and a DVD

S.5. AUDIO RECORDINGS                                                                                         (return to series list)

Subseries A. Event Recordings

10

7

Baldwins at tea with Ange and Marty in NYC, 11/9/1979

10

8

Board meeting and Uncle Si's Story, March 4-5, 1988 and 1989

10

9

Lisle Conference Education toward the worldview, plenary dialogue, 1983

10

10

Memorial services of Edna A Baldwin: Tape 1: Rockville, MD, 1/18/87, Tape s: Whitewater, WI, 1/10/87

10

11

NAFSA Conference, May 1981 (3 cassettes)

10

12

Retirement and career celebration of Aunt Edna and Uncle Si, International House, Riverside Drive, New York City, 4/15/78 (3 cassette tapes)

Subseries B. Oral History                                                                                              (return to series list)

10

13

Oral History Contract/Agreement

10

14

Oral History interview with Uncle Si/Chuck McCormick, 7/8/87, Lisle Fellowship: missionary work in Burma and India (3 copies)

10

15

Oral History of the Lisle, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, pages 1-154

10

16

Oral History of the Lisle, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, pages 155-311

10

17

Oral History of the Lisle Fellowship, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, v.1 tapes 1-6

10

18

Oral History of the Lisle Fellowship, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, v.1 tapes 7-12

10

19

Oral History of the Lisle Fellowship, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, v.2 tapes 1-6

10

20

Oral History of the Lisle Fellowship, Interview with Dr. Dewitt C Baldwin, v.2 tapes 7-12

10

21

Oral History Uncle Si, June 7-August 29 1984 (folder 1 of 2)

11

1

Oral History Uncle Si, June 7-August 29 1984 (folder 2 of 2)

11

2

Oral History Uncle Si, n.d.

Subseries C. Other Interviews and Conversations                                                      (return to series list)

11

3

Lisle Group Leadership. Talk with Uncle Si and Aunt Edna at the Baldwin's House, 5/14/87; original interview outline/notes included.

11

4

The Lisle Story, Readings by Ann Marie Keyes (2 cassettes) and Richard McClure (1 cassette), suggestions for editing and reorganizing the manuscripts

11

5

Radio Interviews (KLZ): Lisle Fellowship, Camp Lookout, Golden, Colorado. Interview with Lisle Fellowship leaders.

11

6

WPEB Radio Broadcast, 7/30/82: Interview with Kathy Spaar and Ed Strickley about the "Around the Corner and Down the Street Project of the Lisle Pennsylvania Unit

S.6. BASIC INFORMATION ON LISLE FELLOWSHIP                                        (return to series list)

11

7

Alternate Sites for Lisle

11

8

Answered Requests for Information, 1953-1954, 1957-1958

11

9

Area Lists of Lislers, 1947-1949

11

10

Association of Religious Counselors, 1960-1968 (folder 1 of 3)

11

11

Association of Religious Counselors, 1960-1968 (folder 2 of 3)

11

12

Association of Religious Counselors, 1960-1968 (folder 3 of 3)

11

13

Certification of Membership

11

14

Christian Century Contest, Fall 1956

11

15

Christian Mission Service, 1936-1950

11

16

Christmas Seminar Program Proposals, 1967

11

17

Community Experience, Team Findings

11

18

Conference on Inter-American Student Projects Training Manual

11

19

Contemporary Trends in International Education

11

20

Copy materials

11

21

Copy materials, form letters

11

22

Development Foundation of Turkey, 1976

11

23

Development of a Regional Committee

11

24

Education Board Committee, 1968

11

25

Education Group, 1967

11

26

Educational Committee Policy, 1949-1958

11

27

Educational Philosophy of the Lisle Fellowship Inc., 1961-1962

11

28

Educational Tours, 1957

12

1

Essential Information on Lisle, 1937

12

2

European Tour to India, 1965

12

3

Film Information, 1955-1958

12

4

Food Expenditure

12

6

Form Letters

12

5

Forms

12

7

General Information

12

8

General Inquiries, 1970s

12

9

Health Precautions

12

10

Historic Lisle Information, 1931-1958

12

11

History and Philosophy of Lisle

12

12

Indian Reservation Information

12

13

Information About Lisle

12

14

Information Memos for Units, 1967-1968

12

15

Information Sheets, 1954-1962

12

16

Informational Letter about Lisle's Futures

12

17

Inquiries, 1960

12

18

Lake George New York Learn and Earn Program, 1971

12

19

Letter Announcing Summer Units, 1938-1948

12

20

Lisle Documents, 1930

12

21

Lisle Documents, 1945, 1948-1949, 1952

12

22

Lisle Endorsements, 1936-1942

12

23

Lisle Evaluations

12

24

Lisle Leaflets, 1970-1978

13

1

Lisle Official Lists, 1936-1942

13

2

Lisle Papers, 1950 and 1970

13

3

Lisle Special Documents

13

4

Lisle Student Questionnaire, 1955-1957

13

5

Lisle Fellowship Term Paper, 1947

13

6

Lisle Testimonials, Letters, Statements, etc., 1936-1942

13

7

Lisle Values

13

8

Lislers Area Lists, 1960

13

9

Local or Special Interest Inquiries

13

10

Mailings, Informational Letters

13

11

Member Letters

13

12

Menus

13

13

Missionary Articles written by DeWitt C. Baldwin, 1936-1942

13

14

Missionary Personnel Articles, 1937-1944

13

15

New assistant letter responses

13

16

New York Memories, 1948

13

17

Newspaper Articles, 1950s

13

18

Notes for Talks

13

19

Personnel, General Statistics

13

20

Philosophy of Lisle, 1980

28†

n/a

Phonographic Records Unknown Units (oversize)

13

21

Poems

13

22

Program Budgets, 1968

13

23

Program Development Packet

13

24

Programs, 1970

13

25

Programs, 1973-1976

13

26

Public Relations, Hall, Benn, 1960

13

27

Publicity Material, 1957

13

28

Questionnaires, 1935, 1968-1969

13

29

Quotes from Lislers about Lisle

13

30

Radio Fellowship

14

1

Recreation Games

14

2

Report of the Lisle Foundation, 1936-1956 (folder 1 of 2)

14

3

Report of the Lisle Foundation, 1936-1956 (folder 2 of 2)

14

4

Lisle Report, 1939-1961, 1969

14

5

Reports, Correspondence, Ann Arbor, 1957-1969

14

6

Reports: Study of Needs of Denver Children, 1943

14

7

Requests for High School Information, 1960

14

8

Resource Person for Units

14

9

Sample Lisle forms, 1950-1960

14

10

Schedules of Daily Programs, 1936-1944

14

11

Sentiments Inventory and Six Thoughts

14

12

Song Books

14

13

Sponsor contract forms

14

14

Staff Comments Form

14

15

Student Information

14

16

Student Inquiries, 1953

14

17

Suggested Plan for Expansion of Lisle, 1954-1958

14

18

Summer Seminar Enrichment Program

14

19

USSR Inquiries Answered, 1969

14

20

World Christian Community Material/Campus Student Groups, 1934-1935

14

21

Worship Music 1939-1941

S.7. CORRESPONDENCE                                                                                            (return to series list)

15

1

A Kathleen LeFever

15

2

Administrative (folder 1 of 3)

15

3

Administrative (folder 2 of 3)

15

4

Administrative (folder 3 of 3)

15

5

Applications, 1969

15

6

Baldwin, DeWitt C. (folder 1 of 2)

15

7

Baldwin, DeWitt C. (folder 2 of 2)

15

8

Baldwin, DeWitt and Edna

15

9

Baldwin, Edna, 1956-1957

15

10

Baldwin Retirement Banquet, 1978

15

11

Board and Haskell, 1962

15

12

Burma Bulletin

15

13

Christmas/New Year's Letters from the Baldwins

15

14

College Interest

15

15

Fahs, Charles H., 1939-1945

15

16

For Signature, 1947

15

17

Frisch, Norman, 1961-1968

15

18

Hans Blees, 1959-1960 (folder 1 of 3)

15

19

Hans Blees, 1959-1960 (folder 2 of 3)

15

20

Hans Blees, 1959-1960 (folder 3 of 3)

15

21

Hunt, Franklin Dr., 1960

15

22

Hyldkrog, Bent, 1957-1959

15

23

Income Tax Exemption Letter, 1946-1947

15

24

Iowa Follow-Up, 1968

15

25

Internal Revenue Bureau

16

1

Jenkins, David H., 1958-1959

16

2

Jon Findley, 1969-1970

16

3

Kinney, Mark Dr., Japan and Germany Sabbaticals, 1991

16

4

Letters from Lislers, with checks and offers to help, 1961

16

5

Life Magazine

16

6

Ligon, Walter J., 1967-1969

16

7

Lisle Board, 1969

16

8

Lisle Board, 1970-1972

16

9

Lisle Board, 1971-1980

16

10

Master Copies of Letters, 1990-1991

16

11

Masters and Associates

16

12

Materials for Secretary, 1968

16

13

Mbadiwe, KO

16

14

Miscellaneous Correspondence, n.d. (folder 1 of 4)

16

15

Miscellaneous Correspondence, n.d. (folder 2 of 4)

16

16

Miscellaneous Correspondence, n.d. (folder 3 of 4)

16

17

Miscellaneous Correspondence, n.d. (folder 4 of 4)

16

18

Notes, DeWitt C. Baldwin

16

19

Office, 1956-1958

16

20

Personal (folder 1 of 5)

16

21

Personal (folder 2 of 5)

16

22

Personal (folder 3 of 5)

17

1

Personal (folder 4 of 5)

17

2

Personal (folder 5 of 5)

17

3

Possible Unit Contact Letters

17

4

Reed, Howard D., 1949-1952

17

5

Sample Letters, 1936-1959

17

6

Schoettler, James, 1960

17

7

Seminars and Reunions Nationwide, 1950

17

8

Small, Willie, Director of Casework Children's Services Inc.

17

9

Stafford, Mary

17

10

Tribute Letters to the Baldwins

17

11

Unit (folder 1 of 7)

17

12

Unit (folder 2 of 7)

17

13

Unit (folder 3 of 7)

17

14

Unit (folder 4 of 7)

17

15

Unit (folder 5 of 7)

17

16

Unit (folder 6 of 7)

17

17

Unit (folder 7 of 7)

S.8. DEPUTATIONS INFORMATION                                                                       (return to series list)

17

18

1949

17

19

1951 (folder 1 of 2)

17

20

1951 (folder 2 of 2)

17

21

1952

17

22

1953

17

23

1954

18

1

1955-1956

18

2

1957-1959 (folder 1 of 2)

18

3

1957-1959 (folder 2 of 2)

18

4

1964

18

5

Michigan, 1965

18

6

Assignments, 1950

18

7

Assignments and Schedules, 1936-1939

18

8

Assignments and Schedules, 1940-1941

18

9

Assignments and Schedules, 1942-1943

18

10

Assignments and Schedules, 1944-1945

18

11

Assignments and Schedules, 1946

18

12

Assignments and Schedules, 1947-1949

18

13

Budgets, 1964-1965

18

14

California, 1943

18

15

Changes of Address, 1967-1969

18

16

Colorado, 1949

18

17

Columbia, 1964

18

18

Community Reports, Group Findings, 1947

18

19

Community Reports, Group Findings, 1948 (folder 1 of 2)

18

20

Community Reports, Group Findings, 1948 (folder 2 of 2)

18

21

Contract

19

1

Correspondence, 1945-1949

19

2

Correspondence, 1950-1984

19

3

Correspondence, 1951-1958

19

4

Cost Sheets, 1962-1963

19

5

Denmark, 1961, 1964

19

6

Evaluations, 1950

19

7

Evaluations, 1962

19

8

Evaluation Reports, 1965, 1968

19

9

Germany, 1954, 1963

19

10

Individual Reports, 1963

19

11

Jamaica Reports, 1956-1957, 1961

19

12

Memos, 1963-1967

19

13

Name List

19

14

Puerto Rico, 1965

19

15

Summer in Denmark, Ireland, West Berlin, 1966

19

16

USSR, 1961

19

17

Washington DC, 1964

19

18

Washington DC, 1966-1967

19

19

Washington DC, 1968

19

20

Washington DC, 1971-1977

S.9. FUNDRAISING                                                                                                      (return to series list)

20

1

Alumni

20

2

American Ditchley Foundation

20

3

American Friends of the Middle East

20

4

American Medical Student Association Foundation to Cuba, 1978-1979

20

5

Ann Arbor Cooperative Study

20

6

Application for President's International Youth Exchange Initiative

20

7

Avalon Foundation

20

8

Baldwin Fund

20

9

Bills/Paid Receipts, 1968-1969

20

10

Brooklyn Project

20

11

Campus Chest Appeals

20

12

Capitol Drive, 1978-1980

59

C.B. Olmstead’s Thesis on Methods of Financing Lisle (binder of documents)

20

13

Christian Fellowship Fund

20

14

CIA Reports on Foundations

20

15

Clark Foundation

20

16

Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation

20

17

Cole, George Dr., 1968

20

18

Columbia College, Citizenship Program

20

19

Columbia Foundation

20

20

Commonwealth Club of California

20

21

Contribution Letters, 1966

20

22

Contribution List

20

23

Corporation Funding

20

24

Current Bills, 1967-1969

20

25

Current Lisle Information, 1953-1957

20

26

Development and Fundraising, 1985

20

27

Diplomatic List

20

28

Donor Profile

20

29

Earhart Foundation

20

30

Endowment Fund Campaign, 1977-1982, 1993-1995, 1997

20

31

Fairfield Foundation

20

32

Fannie Mae Foundation Grant Request

20

33

Field Foundation

20

34

Firestone Foundation

20

35

Ford Foundation

20

36

Foundation Center Library

20

37

Foundation Reference and Returns

20

38

Foundations, general

20

39

Foundations Letters

20

40

Foundations Requests

20

41

Fund Campaign

20

42

Fund for Asia

20

43

Future of Lisle Foundation

21

1

General, 1960

21

2

Golden Gate Exchange Club

21

3

Guidelines for Preparing Foundation Proposals

21

4

Hartford Project, 1948

21

5

Hazen Foundation

21

6

HC Price Foundation

21

7

Hobby Foundation

21

8

Honeywell Stock

21

9

Howard Johnson Foundation

21

10

Illinois Campus Chest

21

11

Institute for International Order

21

12

Inter-Media Communications Corporation

21

13

International Voluntary Services

21

14

Kresge Foundation

21

15

Letters, 1979, 1992

21

16

Lisle Endowment Fund

21

17

Lisle Information

21

18

Lisle Scholarships, 1967

21

19

Lists of Foundations

21

20

Loan Information

21

21

LOEB Foundation

21

22

Major Donors

21

23

Meyers Foundation, 1954

21

24

Mini-Grant Program, 2004, 2003

21

25

NAFSA/AID Contract, 1978

21

26

National Information Bureau

21

27

New York Community Trust

21

28

Olmstead Foundation

21

29

Patrons of Lisle Development Plan, 1957-1958

21

30

Phonathon

21

31

Pledge Letters

21

32

Possible Fundraising, 1978-1980

21

33

Promotional Gimmick, 1958

21

34

Proposals, 1984

21

35

Proposed Projects in India and Japan

21

36

Prospects for fundraising

21

37

Ranch Foundation

21

38

Report on Community Contacts, 1949

21

39

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

21

40

Rockland Community College

21

41

Second Congressional, Women's Guild Holyoke

21

42

Sky Ranch Land NY

21

43

Special Project Funding

21

44

Suggestions

21

45

Taskforce, Resource Development Plan

21

46

UNESCO

21

47

Unit Financing

21

48

US Department of Treasury - non-profit status

21

49

Various committees

21

50

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

21

51

Youth Grants

S.10. GENERAL FILES                                                                                      (return to series list)

21

52

Academic Credit

21

53

Alternates and Selectees for US-USSR Exchange

22

1

Archives Committee

61

Board of Trustees confer emeritus status to Si, 1990

61

Certificate of Appreciation for Si and Edna, 1978

61

Certificate of Appreciation for Si, 1978

61

Certificate of Incorporation, 1946

22

2

Community Development Discussion Course

22

3

Conditions and Requirements Facing the Baldwins

22

4

Conferences and Meetings

22

5

Conscientious Objectors File, 1968-1969

22

6

Evaluations

22

7

International Advisory Council, 1952-1953

22

8

Jenkins, Dave, 1950-1962

22

9

Leadership Training and Summer Enrichment Program Evaluation, 1967

60

Lisle Fellowship, An International Institute of Human Relations, a Story in Pictures, 1954

22

10

Lisle Planning Session

22

11

Marian Wright Edelman Scholarship

22

12

Miscellaneous

22

13

Name Lists

22

14

National Advisory Board, 1936-1945

22

15

New Lisle home proposal

22

16

Partnership for Health (folder 1 of 2)

22

17

Partnership for Health (folder 2 of 2)

22

18

Program of Intercultural Human Relations in the Middle East, 1978

22

19

Religious Centennial, University of Michigan, 1957

22

20

Reports on Christian Mission Service Fellowship, 1938

22

21

Reverend John H Glasse, 1949-1952

22

22

Richard Chartier Program Material

22

23

Rockland Community College, 1980-1987

22

24

Student Activities Study, 1933-1936

60

Toc H Diary for Si, 1933

22

25

Training, Orientation, Care of Church World Service, 1961

22

26

Transition to New Officers

60

Unit scrapbook, 1936

Subseries A. Conferences                                                                                               (return to series list)

22

27

Conflict Resolution Conference, June 19, 1978

22

28

Education Toward a Worldview, 1983 (folder 1 of 3)

23

1

Education Toward a Worldview, 1983 (folder 2 of 3)

23

2

Education Toward a Worldview, 1983 (folder 3 of 3)

23

3

Education Toward a Worldview, Conference Report, 1983

23

4

First Invitational Conference, Paulding, New York, 1982

23

5

International Conference on Experiential Education, Ithaca, New York, 1982

23

6

International Conference on the Theological Issues of Vatican II

23

7

Miscellaneous

23

8

Steps Toward Peace in a New World Order, 1991

23

9

West Berlin Conference, 1965

S.11. INFORMATION ON UNITS                                                                               (return to series list)

Subseries A. Basic Information

23

10

Academic Credit Information

23

11

Calendars of American Units, 1954-1955

23

12

Cancellations for Summer, 1957

23

13

Correspondence

23

14

Evaluations, 1949-1961

23

15

Evaluations, 1961-1965

23

16

Evaluations, 1968

27

1

Evaluations, 1985

27

2

Evaluations, n.d.

23

17

Financial Expenses, 1960

23

18

Lists of Units, 1952-1981

23

19

Miscellaneous Information, 1938, 1962, 1968-1970, 1990, 1994

23

20

Near East Itinerary Tour Group, 1957

23

21

Participants, 1966, 1977-1979

23

22

Planning, 1960-1977

23

23

Program Proposals, 1986, 1988

23

24

Programs, 1940-1969

23

25

Programs, 1962-1965, 1988-1989, n.d.

27

3

Questionnaires, 1976

23

26

Questionnaires, n.d.

24

1

Reports, 1949-1951, 1955-1956, 1983

24

2

Sky Ranch Ecology Center, 1972-1980

24

3

Unit Information, 1971-1981

24

4

Unit Member Applications, 1964-1965

24

5

Unit Member Applications, 1965

24

6

Unit Member Applications, 1968

24

7

Unit Member Applications, 1969 (folder 1 of 2)

24

8

Unit Member Applications, 1969 (folder 2 of 2)

24

9

Unit Member Applications, 2000, n.d.

24

10

Unit Proposals, 1987

24

11

University of Texas Workshop, 1954

24

12

Youth for Understanding Teenage Exchange Program, 1958-1959

24

13

Youth for Understanding Teenage Exchange Program, 1959

24

14

Youth for Understanding Teenage Exchange Program, 1960-1961

Subseries B. Units                                                                                                           (return to series list)

24

15

Africa, Initiatives and Proposals (folder 1 of 2)

24

16

Africa, Initiatives and Proposals (folder 2 of 2)

24

17

Africa, Uganda, 1993

25

1

Africa, Uganda, 1994 (folder 1 of 2)

25

2

Africa, Uganda, 1994 (folder 2 of 2)

25

3

Africa, Uganda, 1995-1996

25

4

Africa, Uganda, Mark Kinney, 1993-1994

25

5

Alaska, 1979 (folder 1 of 2)

25

6

Alaska, 1979 (folder 2 of 2)

25

7

Alaska, 1980 (folder 1 of 2)

25

8

Alaska, 1980 (folder 2 of 2)

25

9

Alaska, 1981, 1984

25

10

Alaska, n.d.

25

11

Austria, 1960

25

12

Bali, 1987-1988

25

13

Bali, 1989

25

14

Bali, 1991

25

15

Bali, 1992

25

16

Bali, 1993-1994

25

17

Bali, 1995-1998, 2000

25

18

Bali, Correspondence, 1990-1993

25

19

Benelux, 1958

25

20

Bolivia, 1963 (folder 1 of 2)

25

21

Bolivia, 1963 (folder 2 of 2)

25

22

Bolivia, 1963-1964

26

1

California, 1943 (folder 1 of 4)

26

2

California, 1943 (folder 2 of 4)

26

3

California, 1943 (folder 3 of 4)

26

4

California, 1943 (folder 4 of 4)

26

5

California, 1950-1957

26

6

California, 1952 (folder 1 of 2)

26

7

California, 1952 (folder 2 of 2)

26

8

California, 1952-1957

26

9

California, 1953 (folder 1 of 2)

26

10

California, 1953 (folder 2 of 2)

26

11

California, 1954

26

12

California, 1954-1956

26

13

California, 1955

26

14

California, 1955-1957

26

15

California, 1957

26

16

California, 1958-1959

26

17

California, 1960s

26

18

California, 1960

26

19

California, 1961

29

1

California, 1962

29

2

California, 1963-1965

29

3

California, 1967 (folder 1 of 3)

29

4

California, 1967 (folder 2 of 3)

29

5

California, 1967 (folder 3 of 3)

29

6

California, 1968-1969

29

7

Canada, 1959, 1996-1998

29

8

Colorado, 1940s

29

9

Colorado, 1941-1945

29

10

Colorado, 1946-1947

29

11

Colorado, 1948-1949, 1951

29

12

Colorado, 1952-1957

29

13

Colorado, Correspondence, 1941-1947

29

14

Colorado, Correspondence, 1946 (folder 1 of 2)

29

15

Colorado, Correspondence, 1946 (folder 2 of 2)

29

16

Colorado, Correspondence, 1949

29

17

Colorado, Correspondence, 1950

29

18

Colorado, Correspondence, 1953, 1955-1957, 1960

29

19

Colorado, Correspondence, 1956

29

20

Colorado, Evaluations, 1943 (folder 1 of 2)

29

21

Colorado, Evaluations, 1943 (folder 2 of 2)

30

1

Colorado, Evaluations, 1956

30

2

Colorado, Financial (folder 1 of 2)

30

3

Colorado, Financial (folder 2 of 2)

30

4

Colorado, Reports, 1940s

30

5

Colorado, Reports, 1941-1942

30

6

Colorado, Reports, 1941-1945 (folder 1 of 2)

30

7

Colorado, Reports, 1941-1945 (folder 2 of 2)

30

8

Colorado, Reports, 1941-1948

30

9

Colorado, Reports, 1942-1946

30

10

Colorado, Reports, 1943, 1945, 1947

30

11

Colorado, Reports, 1944-1949

30

12

Colorado, Reports, 1946

30

13

Colorado, Reports, 1947 (folder 1 of 2)

30

14

Colorado, Reports, 1947 (folder 2 of 2)

30

15

Colorado, Reports, 1948 (folder 1 of 3)

30

16

Colorado, Reports, 1948 (folder 2 of 3)

30

17

Colorado, Reports, 1948 (folder 3 of 3)

31

1

Colorado, Reports, 1948-1949

31

2

Colorado, Reports, 1951

31

3

Colorado, Reports, 1952 (folder 1 of 2)

31

4

Colorado, Reports, 1952 (folder 2 of 2)

31

5

Colorado, Reports, 1953 (folder 1 of 3)

31

6

Colorado, Reports, 1953 (folder 2 of 3)

31

7

Colorado, Reports, 1953 (folder 3 of 3)

31

8

Colorado, Reports, 1954, 1956

31

9

Colorado, Reports, 1957, n.d.

31

10

Columbia, 1962-1963

31

11

Columbia, 1965-1966

31

12

Columbia, 1966 (folder 1 of 2)

31

13

Columbia, 1966 (folder 2 of 2)

31

14

Columbia, 1967

31

15

Columbia, 1968

31

16

Columbia, 1969

32

1

Columbia, 1977-1980

32

2

Columbia, 1979

32

3

Columbia, 1980 (folder 1 of 2)

32

4

Columbia, 1980 (folder 2 of 2)

32

5

Columbia, 1980-1981

32

6

Columbia, n.d. (folder 1 of 3)

32

7

Columbia, n.d. (folder 2 of 3)

32

8

Columbia, n.d. (folder 3 of 3)

32

9

Connecticut, 1949-1952

32

10

Costa Rica, 1992, 1996

32

11

Costa Rica, 1997-1999

32

12

Cuba, 1978-1979

32

13

Cuba, 1979-1982

32

14

Denmark, 1952-1953

32

15

Denmark, 1954-1958

32

16

Denmark, 1965

32

17

Denmark, 1966-1967

33

1

Denmark, 1968-1969

33

2

Denmark, n.d.

33

3

Eastern/Western, 1936-1958

33

4

England, 1980

33

5

European, 1954, 1960-1961

33

6

European, 1963, 1966, 1968-1969, 1971-1972

33

7

Family Camp, 1960

33

8

France, 1960

33

9

Georgia, 1979

33

10

Germany, 1951-1954 (folder 1 of 2)

33

11

Germany, 1951-1954 (folder 2 of 2)

33

12

Germany, 1954-1956

33

13

Germany, 1955

33

14

Germany, 1959-1961

33

15

Germany, 1962

33

16

Germany, 1963-1965

33

17

Germany, 1966-1969

33

18

Germany, 1967-1968, n.d.

33

19

Group Travel, 1967

33

20

Group Travel, 1968-1969

34

1

Hawaii, 1994-1996

34

2

Holland, 1960

34

3

Holland, 1961

34

4

India, 1953-1954

34

5

India, 1954, 1958

34

6

India, 1969-1970, 1980

34

7

India, 1972-1977

34

8

India, 1977-1983

34

9

India, 1978

34

10

India, 1979 (folder 1 of 2)

34

11

India, 1979 (folder 2 of 2)

34

12

India, 1980-1981

34

13

India, 1982 (folder 1 of 5)

34

14

India, 1982 (folder 2 of 5)

34

15

India, 1982 (folder 3 of 5)

34

16

India, 1982 (folder 4 of 5)

34

17

India, 1982 (folder 5 of 5)

35

1

India, 1983 (folder 1 of 2)

35

2

India, 1983 (folder 2 of 2)

35

3

India, 1984 (folder 1 of 3)

35

4

India, 1984 (folder 2 of 3)

35

5

India, 1984 (folder 3 of 3)

35

6

India, 1985 (folder 1 of 4)

35

7

India, 1985 (folder 2 of 4)

35

8

India, 1985 (folder 3 of 4)

35

9

India, 1985 (folder 4 of 4)

35

10

India, 1986 (folder 1 of 2)

35

11

India, 1986 (folder 2 of 2)

35

12

India, 1987 (folder 1 of 2)

35

13

India, 1987 (folder 2 of 2)

35

14

India, 1988

35

15

India, 1989 (folder 1 of 2)

35

16

India, 1989 (folder 2 of 2)

35

17

India, 1990

35

18

India, 1992-1996

36

1

India, 1996-1999

36

2

India, 2000, n.d.

36

3

India, n.d. (folder 1 of 2)

36

4

India, n.d. (folder 2 of 2)

36

5

India, Gandhi Peace Foundation

36

6

Ireland, 1966-1967

36

7

Jamaica, 1956

36

8

Jamaica, 1957 (folder 1 of 2)

36

9

Jamaica, 1957 (folder 2 of 2)

36

10

Jamaica, 1961

36

11

Jamaica, 1962

36

12

Jamaica, 1962, 1965-1966

36

13

Japan, 1952-1953

36

14

Japan, 1955-1956

36

15

Japan, 1955-1957

36

16

Japan, 1957

36

17

Japan, 1962, 1964

36

18

Japan, 1969-1970

36

19

Japan, 1992

36

20

Japan, 1994-1995

37

1

Japan, 1995

37

2

Japan, 1996

37

3

Japan, n.d.

37

4

Japan, Hiroshima, 1950-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

37

5

Japan, Hiroshima, 1950-1955 (folder 2 of 2)

37

6

Japan/Hawaii, 1955

37

7

Latin America, 1969

37

8

Lisle Units, 1956

37

9

Mexico, 1991

37

10

Mexico, 1991-1992

37

11

Michigan, 1949

37

12

Michigan, 1949-1951

37

13

Middle East, 1953-1954

37

14

Middle East, 1977-1978

37

15

Middle East, 1978 (folder 1 of 2)

37

16

Middle East, 1978 (folder 2 of 2)

37

17

Middle East, 1978-1979

37

18

New York, 1937, 1965

37

19

New York, 1970, 1985, n.d.

37

20

Oklahoma, 1993-1996

38

1

Pacific, 1955 (folder 1 of 2)

38

2

Pacific, 1955 (folder 2 of 2)

38

3

Pacific, n.d.

38

4

Pennsylvania, 1980, 1982

38

5

Pennsylvania, 1982-1983

38

6

Philippines, 1973

38

7

Poland, 1995

38

8

Puerto Rico, 1966

38

9

Puerto Rico, 1967

38

10

Puerto Rico, 1969

38

11

Scandinavia, 1954-1957

38

12

Scandinavia, 1957

38

13

Scandinavia, 1961-1962

38

14

Scandinavia, 1975, 1977-1978

38

15

South Dakota, Rosebud, 1986-1987

38

16

South Dakota, Rosebud, 1988

38

17

South Dakota, Rosebud, 1989

38

18

South Dakota, Rosebud, 1990

38

19

South Dakota, Rosebud, n.d.

39

1

Springfield Site, 1960

39

2

Summer, 1945-1950

39

3

Summer, 1945-1950, 1980-1986

39

4

Sweden, 1965

39

5

Switzerland, 1960, 1990

39

6

Toledo, 1985, 1990-1992

39

7

Turkey, 1997, 1999

39

8

University of Michigan, 1959-1960

39

9

USSR, 1956

39

10

USSR, 1957-1958

39

11

USSR, 1958 (folder 1 of 4)

39

12

USSR, 1958 (folder 2 of 4)

39

13

USSR, 1958 (folder 3 of 4)

39

14

USSR, 1958 (folder 4 of 4)

39

15

USSR, 1959 (folder 1 of 4)

39

16

USSR, 1959 (folder 2 of 4)

40

1

USSR, 1959 (folder 3 of 4)

40

2

USSR, 1959 (folder 4 of 4)

40

3

USSR, 1960 (folder 1 of 3)

40

4

USSR, 1960 (folder 2 of 3)

40

5

USSR, 1960 (folder 3 of 3)

40

6

USSR, 1961 (folder 1 of 2)

40

7

USSR, 1961 (folder 2 of 2)

40

8

USSR, 1962 (folder 1 of 2)

40

9

USSR, 1962 (folder 2 of 2)

40

10

USSR, 1963

40

11

USSR, 1964 (folder 1 of 2)

40

12

USSR, 1964 (folder 2 of 2)

40

13

USSR, 1965 (folder 1 of 2)

40

14

USSR, 1965 (folder 2 of 2)

40

15

USSR, 1966

40

16

USSR, 1967 (folder 1 of 2)

41

1

USSR, 1967 (folder 2 of 2)

41

2

USSR, 1968, n.d.

41

3

Washington DC, 1954 (folder 1 of 2)

41

4

Washington DC, 1954 (folder 2 of 2)

41

5

Washington DC, 1962

41

6

Washington DC, 1965-1966

41

7

Washington DC, 1968-1969

41

8

Washington DC, 1976-1977

41

9

Washington DC, 1977

41

10

Washington DC, 1978

S.12. LEADERSHIP FILES                                                                                          (return to series list)

41

11

1961

41

12

1966-1967

41

13

1968

41

14

Applications

41

15

Contract

41

16

Correspondence, 1956, n.d.

41

17

Guidelines

41

18

Lisle Leader Guide, 1967

41

19

Mid-Winter Training, 1967

41

20

Possibilities (folder 1 of 2)

41

21

Possibilities (folder 2 of 2)

42

1

Team Training Summer Programs, 1965

42

2

Training, 1955-1958 (folder 1 of 2)

42

3

Training, 1955-1958 (folder 2 of 2)

42

4

Training Weekend, October 1998

42

5

Units, 1938-1963, 1969

S.13. NEWSLETTERS                                                                                                  (return to series list)

27

4

Interaction, 1928, 1938, 1940s

42

6

Interaction, 1940s

42

7

Interaction, 1950s

27

5

Interaction 1950s, 1969

42

8

Interaction, 1960s

42

9

Interaction, 1970s (folder 1 of 2)

42

10

Interaction, 1970s, (folder 2 of 2)

42

11

Interaction, 1980s

42

12

Interaction, 1990s

42

13

Interaction, 2000-2004

42

14

Interaction, 2005-2010, 2012

27

6

Interaction Correspondence and Notes

42

15

Miscellaneous

S.14. OTHER ORGANIZATIONS                                                                               (return to series list)

42

16

Agency for International Development (AID) (folder 1 of 3)

42

17

Agency for International Development (AID) (folder 2 of 3)

42

18

Agency for International Development (AID) (folder 3 of 3)

42

19

AID/IIE/VISTA 1967 Summer Associates Program

43

1

Aid to Europe-1964

43

2

Association of Colleges and Universities for International Intercultural Studies Inc., 1968-1970

43

3

Association of Overseas Educators Inc.

43

4

Commission on Youth Service Projects

43

5

Committee for the Future, Inc.

43

6

Committee on International Understanding, 1968

43

7

Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Services

43

8

Cornell Conference Papers, 1983

43

9

Council on International Educational Exchange 1968-1969, (folder 1 of 2)

43

10

Council on International Educational Exchange 1968-1969, (folder 2 of 2)

43

11

Council on International Relations and United Nations Affairs, 1969

43

12

Council on Student Travel, 1966 (folder 1 of 2)

43

13

Council on Student Travel, 1966 (folder 2 of 2)

43

14

Development of Intercultural International Program, 1950-1980

43

15

Education and World Affairs, 1968-1969

43

16

Educational Policy Committee

43

17

Experiment in International Living

43

18

Fellowship Conference, Maghee Manor, 1939-1946

43

19

Foreign Policy Association

43

20

Fourth National Conference on Exchange of Persons, 1960

43

21

Human Resource Development Associates

43

22

Information

43

23

Institute of International Education

43

24

Intercultural Programs to Europe, 1966

43

25

Intercultural Studies, 1980-1985

43

26

International Christian Youth Exchange

44

1

International Committee, 1969-1970

44

2

International Cooperation Council (folder 1 of 2)

44

3

International Cooperation Council (folder 2 of 2)

44

4

International Education

44

5

International Institute in Human Relationship in Japan, 1955

44

6

J. Raleigh Nelson, 1956-1965

44

7

Lisle Congo Project-Aid

44

8

Middle East Organizations

44

9

Migrant Education Research Project

44

10

Miscellaneous International Travel

44

11

Miscellaneous

44

12

Mississippi Valley College Association, 1967

44

13

National Association for Foreign Student Affairs (folder 1 of 2)

44

14

National Association for Foreign Student Affairs (folder 2 of 2)

44

15

National Training Laboratory in Group Development, 1969

44

16

Office of Economic Opportunity

44

17

Peace Act Advisory Council

44

18

Peace Corps

44

19

PHS Proposal

44

20

Regional Committees, 1954-1955

44

21

Related, 1960, 1992-1993

45

1

Russian

45

2

School of International World Issues Program

45

3

Sixth Conference on International Education

45

4

S.S. Arosa Kulm, September 1, 1952

45

5

Technical Assistance Information Clearing House

45

6

Travel

45

7

UNESCO

45

8

United Ministries in Higher Educations

45

9

United States Youth Council, 1966-1967

45

10

United States Youth Council, 1967-1968

45

11

United States Youth Council, 1968-1969

45

12

VISTA, 1967-1968

45

13

Volunteers

45

14

Washington

45

15

World University Service of Canada

45

16

YMCA/YWCA

45

17

Young Democrats

S.15. PERSONNEL FILES                                                                                (return to series list)

45

18

1950

45

19

1952

45

20

1954

45

21

1955

45

22

1956

45

23

1957-1958

45

24

1960-1962

45

25

1964

46

1

1965-1967

46

2

1970, 1973-1976

46

3

Healy, Warren D.

Subseries A. Student Personnel                                                                                     (return to series list)

46

4

1936-1938

46

5

1939-1941

46

6

1942

46

7

1943

46

8

1944

46

9

1945-1946

46

10

1947-1948

46

11

1949

46

12

1950-1954

46

13

1960-1961

46

14

Department Program Student Missions, 1933-1938

46

15

Inquiry on Attitudes, 1933-1936

46

16

Movies, 1955-1956

S.16. PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS                                                                      (return to series list)

46

17

A Story in Pictures

46

18

Annual meetings, 1976, 1978, 1986-1988, 1990-1991

46

19

Annual meetings, 1992-1994, 1996, 1999

46

20

Annual meetings, 1997-1998, 2001

46

21

Baldwin, DeWitt C.

47

1

Board Meeting, 1985, 1988-1989

47

2

Board Meeting, 1996-1997, 1999-2000, 2002-2003, 2005-2006, n.d.

76

Chicago Reunion, 1980 (17 photos with negative strips)

47

3

CIEE

76

Europe 1984: England, Hungary, Vienna, Scotland (photo album)

47

4

Experiment in international living, 1978-1979

47

5

Gathering, New York, 1983

47

6

Graduation of Katherine Berman, 1995

61

Grinnell College, 1950 (oversize)

47

7

House in the Field, CT, 1948; Christian Activities Council (CAC), CT, 1948-49; CAC Reunion 1980s

47

8

Information packet, 1950s

76

Lisle "Gathering" in Lisle, NY, July 30-August 3, 1983

76

Lisle and Lislers, mostly NY, 1948 (photo album)

76

Lisle Meetings, Reunions (photo album), 1992, 1996, 1999, 2000

47

9

Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 8)

47

10

Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 8)

47

11

Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 8)

47

12

Miscellaneous (folder 4 of 8)

47

13

Miscellaneous (folder 5 of 8)

47

14

Miscellaneous (folder 6 of 8)

47

15

Miscellaneous (folder 7 of 8)

47

16

Miscellaneous (folder 8 of 8)

47

17

Miscellaneous meetings

47

18

Nation Cruise, 1998

47

19

Reunions, 1980s

47

20

Review of Deputations

47

21

Si and Edna Baldwin

75

Uncle Si & Aunt Edna, Bud, and various gatherings dating back to 1936

47

22

Uncle Si’s Funeral, 1993

61

Unidentified (oversize)

47

23

Various, 1938, 1970, 2000

Subseries A. 16mm                                                                                                         (return to series list)

57

n/a

Lisle Fellowship film; The Tie That Binds

50

9

Various (3)

Subseries B. Negatives

47

24

New York, 1930s

48

1

Unidentified

Subseries C. Slides

48

2

Baldwins

48

3

California, Colorado, Denmark, Germany, and USSR units

48

4

People, 1960s

48

5

Unidentified, 1950s, 1960s

Subseries D. Units

48

6

Bali

48

7

Bolivia, 1965

48

8

California

48

9

Colorado, 1940

48

10

Colorado, 1946, 1949

48

11

Colorado, 1948 (folder 1 of 3)

48

12

Colorado, 1948 (folder 2 of 3)

48

13

Colorado, 1948 (folder 3 of 3)

48

14

Colorado, 1950-1952, 1954-1956

48

15

Colorado, 1952

48

16

Columbia, 1960s

48

17

Denmark, 1954, 1961

48

18

Germany

48

19

Hawaii, 1995

48

20

India, 1982

48

21

Informational

48

22

Japan

48

23

Michigan

48

24

Miscellaneous

48

25

Netherlands, 2003

49

1

New York, 1937 (bound scrapbook)

49

2

New York (folder 1 of 8)

49

3

New York (folder 2 of 8)

49

4

New York (folder 3 of 8)

49

5

New York (folder 4 of 8)

49

6

New York (folder 5 of 8)

49

7

New York (folder 6 of 8)

49

8

New York (folder 7 of 8)

49

9

New York (folder 8 of 8)

49

10

Unidentified (folder 1 of 2)

48

11

Unidentified (folder 2 of 2)

48

12

Various (folder 1 of 10)

48

13

Various (folder 2 of 10)

48

14

Various (folder 3 of 10)

50

1

Various (folder 4 of 10)

50

2

Various (folder 5 of 10)

50

3

Various (folder 6 of 10)

50

4

Various (folder 7 of 10)

50

5

Various (folder 8 of 10)

50

6

Various (folder 9 of 10)

50

7

Various (folder 10 of 10)

50

8

Washington DC

Subseries E. Video                                                                                                          (return to series list)

50

n/a

Annual Meeting Business Meeting, October 8-10, 1983

50

n/a

Annual Meeting Business Meeting, October 8-10, Solon, OH

50

n/a

Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA, 1989; Uncle Si speech for Banquet (tape 1)

50

n/a

Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA, 1989; Uncle Si speech for Banquet (tape 2)

50

n/a

Elderhostel

50

n/a

Elderhostel Cooking

50

n/a

Leader Training, January 24, 1997

50

n/a

San Francisco Earthquake (narrative by Uncle Si)

50

n/a

The Baldwins Remember Lisle, New York City, November 1982

50

n/a

Uncle Si in DC in the Early 1990s

50

n/a

Uncle Si Memorial Ceremony

50

n/a

Unidentified units

S.17. PUBLICATIONS AND PROPOSALS                                                                (return to series list)

51

1

Articles, 1987-1994

51

2

Aunt Edna: 50 years of Memories, compiled and edited by Nancy Pearson Kinney, December 1991

51

3

Baldwin Proposal, 1989

51

4

Book II Quotes, 1967

51

5

Case Studies, 1969, 1981

51

6

Conceptual Analysis of the Lisle Educational Process

51

7

Creative Group Education in the Lisle Fellowship, 1973

51

8

Evaluation of the Lisle Fellowship

51

9

Exxon Corporate Proposal, 1982

51

10

Five-Year Plans, 1990s

51

11

Fundraising Methods of the Lisle Fellowship

51

12

Future of Lisle

51

13

History of Lisle

51

14

History of Lisle/General Information on Publishing

51

15

Information about Lisle

51

16

International, 2010

51

17

Leadership Training Seminars

51

18

Lisle Center Proposals and Recommendations, 1982-1983

51

19

Lisle Fellowship: An Experiment in World Mindedness

51

20

Lisle Fellowship: As a Method of Group Education for Democracy

51

21

Lisle Fellowship: What it Had and Means to Me

51

22

McCormick, Charles G., 1945

51

23

Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2)

51

24

Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2)

51

25

National Peace Academy Campaign

51

26

Newspaper Clippings, 1957-1958

51

27

Outline Autobiographical Approach to the Story of Lisle

51

28

Personal Tension and Its Effect in International Relationships

51

29

Program Material

51

30

Program packet, 3-Year Criteria

52

1

Proposals and Recommendations

52

2

Proposals for Development

52

3

Prospectus for the Lisle Fellowship, 1968, 1970

52

4

Publishing Correspondence

52

5

Reconstruction of the Theological Seminary

52

6

Report of Community Contacts, 1949

52

7

Selected bibliography

52

9

Socio-Metric Study of the Lisle, 1945 (folder 1 of 2)

52

10

Socio-Metric Study of the Lisle, 1945 (folder 2 of 2)

52

8

Tanimoto, Rev. Kiyoshi, 1948-1950

52

11

Tiger by the Tail

52

12

Tiger by the Tail Alumni Edition

52

17

Tiger by the Tail, Book Proposal and Outline

52

13

Tiger by the Tail, Chapters 1-9

52

14

Tiger by the Tail, Chapters 10-14

52

15

Tiger by the Tail, Chapters 15-21

52

16

Tiger by the Tail, Master Copy

52

18

Unit Reports, 1986-1988

52

19

Unit Reports, 1989-2001

52

20

United States Institute of Peace

52

21

Valence

S.18. PUBLICITY                                                                                                          (return to series list)

52

22

Ad Information, 1983

52

23

Applications for Membership, 1953-1954, 2014

52

24

Articles

52

25

Asian Institute Report, 1967

52

26

Assistant leader's report, 1969

52

27

Background & Development of Lisle Fellowship

52

28

Brochures and Flyers (folder 1 of 8)

53

1

Brochures and Flyers (folder 2 of 8)

53

2

Brochures and Flyers (folder 3 of 8)

53

3

Brochures and Flyers (folder 4 of 8)

53

4

Brochures and Flyers (folder 5 of 8)

53

5

Brochures and Flyers (folder 6 of 8)

53

6

Brochures and Flyers (folder 7 of 8)

53

7

Brochures and Flyers (folder 8 of 8)

53

8

Correspondence Regarding Marion Wright Edelman Scholarhsip

53

9

Early Lisle Advertising, 1969-1972

53

10

European Publicity

53

11

Inquiries, 1967

53

12

Inquiries, 1968 (folder 1 of 3)

53

13

Inquiries, 1968 (folder 2 of 3)

53

14

Inquiries, 1968 (folder 3 of 3)

53

15

Inquiries, 1969 (folder 1 of 2)

53

16

Inquiries, 1969 (folder 2 of 2)

53

17

Mailing Information, 1968

53

18

Martin, Stanley, 1946-1968

53

19

Miscellaneous

53

20

News Articles, 1947-1968

53

21

Radio Play Script About Lisle

53

22

Slide Presentation, Scripts, etc. re: History of Lisle

54

1

Student Records, Unit Reports, Letters

54

2

Suggested Book Lists, 1937

54

3

Undoing Racism Conference Letters, 1989-1990

S.19. RECRUITMENT                                                                                                  (return to series list)

54

4

Brochures, 1957

54

5

College Requests, 1966-1967

54

6

College Requests, 1967-1968 (folder 1 of 2)

54

7

College Requests, 1967-1968 (folder 2 of 2)

54

8

College Requests, 1968

54

9

College Requests, 1969

54

10

Conferences and Visits, 1966-1968 (folder 1 of 2)

54

11

Conferences and Visits, 1966-1968 (folder 2 of 2)

54

12

Correspondence and Suggestions

54

13

Experiment in International Living (ICT), 1976-1977

54

14

Field Representatives

54

15

General Information, 1957-1958, 1960-1961

54

16

Insurance Forms and Rates, 1957-1959

54

17

Leaders/Visitors, 1943

54

18

Loan Letters, 1968-1969

54

19

Miscellaneous

54

20

Notes from Conference Articles

54

21

Organization Directories (folder 1 of 2)

54

22

Organization Directories (folder 2 of 2)

54

23

Organization Recommending Foreign Students

54

24

Presidential Breakfast, 1968

55

1

Recruiting Letters, 1976-1978

55

2

Recruiting Visits, 1963-1969

55

3

Recruitment  , 1957-1961

55

4

Travel Expenses

Subseries A: Contact Work                                                                                           (return to series list)

55

5

American Indian Contacts, 1954

55

6

College Contacts (folder 1 of 2)

55

7

College Contacts (folder 2 of 2)

55

8

Community Contacts, 1957

55

9

Contact Efforts, 1948-1950

55

10

Contact Efforts, 1951 (folder 1 of 2)

55

11

Contact Efforts, 1951 (folder 1 of 2)

55

12

Contact Efforts, 1951-1952

55

13

Contact Efforts, 1956

55

14

Correspondence (folder 1 of 2)

55

15

Correspondence (folder 2 of 2)

55

16

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 1 of 6)

55

17

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 2 of 6)

55

18

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 3 of 6)

55

19

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 4 of 6)

55

20

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 5 of 6)

55

21

Field Representatives, 1948-1960 (folder 6 of 6)

56

1

Letters to Lislers and Mailing Lists, 1953-1957

56

2

New England College, Nancy and Norm Beecher

56

3

Ohio Visits Ezra Vogel, 1949-1950

56

4

Possible Leadership, 1969

56

5

Prospectus, General Admission

56

6

Reports, Community Contacts, 1949

56

7

Reports, Molly Day, 1951-1952 (folder 1 of 2)

56

8

Reports, Molly Day, 1951-1952 (folder 2 of 2)

56

9

Reports, Over All Contact Work

56

10

Reports, Prepared about Lisle, 1939-1945

56

11

Reports, Southern Ute Tribe, 1955

56

12

Schedules, Baldwin, 1936-1948 (folder 1 of 2)

56

13

Schedules, Baldwin, 1936-1948 (folder 2 of 2)

56

14

Schedules, Hans, 1947-1948

56

15

Schedules, Miscellaneous, 1948-1959

56

16

Schedules, Pachoud, Marise (folder 1 of 3)

56

17

Schedules, Pachoud, Marise (folder 2 of 3)

56

18

Schedules, Pachoud, Marise (folder 3 of 3)

56

19

Schedules, Talikka, Sirkka (folder 1 of 3)

56

20

Schedules, Talikka, Sirkka (folder 2 of 3)

56

21

Schedules, Talikka, Sirkka (folder 3 of 3)

58

1

Social Work, 1952-1953

58

2

Visiting Colleges Information

58

3

What People Ask About Lisle

Subseries B. Universities                                                                                                (return to series list)

58

4

A

58

5

B

58

6

C-D

58

7

E-F

58

8

Fall Recruiting at colleges and universities

58

9

G-H

58

10

I-K

58

11

M-O

58

12

P-R

58

13

Recruiting Contacts and Itineraries

58

14

S-T

58

15

U

58

16

V-W

S.20. STUDENT RECORDS                                                                               (return to series list)

58

17

A-Ac

58

18

Ad-Aj

58

19

Ak-Al

58

20

Am-And

58

21

Ang-Ant

62

1

Ap-Ar

62

2

As-At

62

3

Au-Az

62

4

Bac-Bak

62

5

Bal-Ban

62

6

Barb-Barn

62

7

Barr-Bartoo

62

8

Bartr-Bau

62

9

Bea

62

10

Bec

62

11

Bee-Bel

62

12

Ben

62

13

Ber-Bez

62

14

Bi-Bj

62

15

Bl

62

16

Boa-Boo

62

17

Bor-Boy

63

1

Bra-Bre

63

2

Bri

63

3

Bro

63

4

Bru-Buk

63

5

Bun-Bur

63

6

Cab-Cam

63

7

Can-Cap

63

8

Car

63

9

Cas-Cay

63

10

Ce-Cha

63

11

Che-Chi

63

12

Cho-Chu

63

13

Ci-Clan

63

14

Clar

63

15

Clau-Cly

63

16

Coc-Col

63

17

Com-Coo

63

18

Cop-Cox

64

1

Cra

64

2

Cre-Cru

64

3

Cu

64

4

Dac-Dan

64

5

Dav-Day

64

6

Dea-Del

64

7

Dem-Dh

64

8

Di

64

9

Do

64

10

Dr

64

11

Dub-Dun

64

12

Dur-Dz

64

13

Ea-Ec

64

14

Ed-Eg

64

15

Eh-El

64

16

Em-Es

64

17

Ev-Ew

64

18

Fa

64

19

Fe

65

1

Fi

65

2

Fl

65

3

Foe-For

65

4

Fos-Fra

65

5

Fre-Fru

65

6

Fu

65

7

Gab-Gar

65

8

Gas-Geo

65

9

Ger-Gid

65

10

Gil-Gla

65

11

Gle-Gor

65

12

Got-Gow

65

13

Graf-Gran

65

14

Grav-Gree

65

15

Greg-Gru

65

16

Gu

65

17

Hab-Halk

65

18

Hall

66

1

Halp-Han

66

2

Hard-Harr

66

3

Hart-Has

66

4

Hat-Haz

66

5

Hea-Hel

66

6

Hem-Heu

66

7

Hib-Hil

66

8

Hin-Hix

66

9

Hob-Hol

66

10

Hon-Hos

66

11

Hou-Hs

66

12

Hua-Hum

66

13

Hun-Hy

66

14

Ig-In

66

15

Io-Iy

67

1

Ja

67

2

Je

67

3

Joh

67

4

Jon-Ju

67

5

Kah-Kan

67

6

Kap-Kay

67

7

Kea-Kel

67

8

Kem-Kes

67

9

Key-Kim

67

10

Kin-Kit

67

11

Kl-Kn

67

12

Koc-Kon

67

13

Kop-Kra

67

14

Kre-Kuk

67

15

Kum-Ky

67

16

Laa-Lal

67

17

Lam-Lan

67

18

Lar-Lay

68

1

Lea-Leh

68

2

Lei-Leu

68

3

Lew-Lim

68

4

Lir-Liv

68

5

Ll-Loo

68

6

Lor-Ly

68

7

Mab-Mal

68

8

Man

68

9

Mar

68

10

Mas-Mat

68

11

Max-Mb

68

12

McC

68

13

McD-McG

68

14

McI-McW

68

15

Me

68

16

Mia-Mih

68

17

Miller, B-Miller, Ra

69

1

Miller, R.C.-Milli

69

2

Mills-Min

69

3

Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 4)

69

4

Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 4)

69

5

Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 4)

69

6

Miscellaneous (folder 4 of 4)

69

7

Miss-Mon

69

8

Moo-Mor

69

9

Mos-Mow

69

10

Mud-Mun

69

11

Mur-My

69

12

Nag-Nak

69

13

Nap-Nay

69

14

Ne

69

15

Nic-Nie

69

16

Nil-Nix

69

17

No-Ny

69

18

Oa-Og

69

19

Oh-Ol

70

1

On-Os

70

2

Ot-Oz

70

3

Pac-Pan

70

4

Pap-Par

70

5

Pas-Pay

70

6

Pea-Ped

70

7

Pei-Per

70

8

Pet-Pey

70

9

Pf-Pi

70

10

Pl-Po

70

11

Pra-Pri

70

12

Pro

70

13

Ps-Pu

70

14

Q

70

15

Rab-Ram

70

16

Ran-Ray

70

17

Rea-Rec

70

18

Red-Rei

71

1

Rel-Rey

71

2

Rh-Ri

71

3

Robe

71

4

Robi

71

5

Roc-Rod

71

6

Roe-Rol

71

7

Rom-Ros

71

8

Rot-Roy

71

9

Ru

71

10

Saa-Sal

71

11

Sam-San

71

12

Sap-Say

71

13

Sca-Scha

71

14

Sche-Schm

71

15

Schn-Schr

71

16

Schu-Scr

71

17

Sea-Sei

71

18

Sel-Sey

71

19

Sha-Shel

72

1

Shep-Shi

72

2

Sho-Shu

72

3

Sid-Sij

72

4

Sil-Six

72

5

Sk-Sl

72

6

Sma-Smith, F.

72

7

Smith, J.

72

8

Smith, L.-Smo

72

9

Sn-So

72

10

Sp

72

11

Sr-Sta

72

12

Ste-Sti

72

13

Sto-Stu

72

14

Student Information Packets

72

15

Su-Sy

72

16

Tab-Tam

72

17

Tan-Tay

73

1

Te

73

2

Th

73

3

Ti-To

73

4

Tr-Ts

73

5

Tuc-Turk

73

6

Turkey

73

7

Turr-Ty

73

8

U

73

9

Va

73

10

Ve-Vo

73

11

Wac-Wak

73

12

Wal

73

13

Wan-Waz

73

14

Wea-Weg

73

15

Wei-Wel

73

16

Wen-Wes

73

17

Wh

73

18

Wid-Wilk

73

19

Will

74

1

Wils-Wit

74

2

Wo

74

3

Wr-Wy

74

4

Ya

74

5

Yo-Yu

74

6

Za-Zr

74

7

Zi-Zy

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