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Guide to the Fred S. Keller Papers, 1920-1995

Collection number: MC 141

Size: 36 boxes (12 cu.ft.)

About Fred S. Keller (1899-1996)

Fred Simmons Keller was born January 2, 1899 in Rural Grove, New York, the son of Vrooman B. and Minnie Simmons Keller. After having first worked as a messenger and telegrapher for Western Union, he graduated from Goddard Seminary in 1919 and then joined the Army, where he attained the rank of sergeant. After initially failing to obtain a degree from Tufts in 1924 (because of loss of credits through absences from Chapel and a failure to satisfy the physical education requirements), he worked for a year at the Andover Press, married Connie Ricketts, then returned to Tufts to complete his degree. In 1926, he began graduate work at Harvard University (where B.F. Skinner was one of his classmates) and continued part-time teaching under Prof. Robert Givler, receiving his Ph.D. in 1931.

After Harvard, Keller obtained a teaching position at Colgate University, where he stayed for seven years. In 1932 he divorced, but married again in 1936 to Frances Scholl, with whom he spent the rest of his life. In 1938 he moved to Columbia University, where he taught for 26 years until in 1964 he was given Professor Emeritus status. During this time, he and Frances had two children, Anne and John.

While at Columbia, Keller directed an Air Force project on communications. In 1948 President Truman awarded him a Certificate of Merit for his research in radio operator and selective training, and for his development of “Code Voice,” a new technique for teaching Morse Code to military personnel, adopted officially by the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1943.

In 1961, on a sabbatical as a Fulbright Scholar, Keller spent a year at the University of São Paulo in Brazil. After retiring from Columbia in 1964 he returned to Brazil, this time to the University of Brasilia, where he helped found the psychology department and developed, with Dr. J. Gilmour Sherman, and two Brazilian psychologists, Carolina Bori and Rodolpho Azzi, the Personalized System of Instruction (PSI), sometimes called the Keller Plan. This was an individually paced, mastery-oriented teaching method that has had a significant impact on college-level science education. Students received a printed study guide for the first unit of the course and could work anywhere – including the classroom – to achieve the objectives it outlined.

From 1964 to 1967 Keller worked on this method at Arizona State University. From 1968 to 1973 he was a visiting professor at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, with a couple of what he called “side trips” to Texas Christian University and to Colorado State for short appointments. From 1974 to 1976 he was at the Center for Personalized Instruction at Georgetown University, after which he retired to Aiken, South Carolina. In 1980 he moved to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to become an adjunct research professor of psychology, pursuing his interest in educational reform and systems of instruction.

Keller published in scholarly journals throughout his career and was the author of numerous books. In 1972 he appeared in a movie with B.F. Skinner called “Together.” He traveled extensively, delivering speeches and receiving numerous honorary awards, including the Distinguished Teaching Award from the American Psychological Foundation in 1970, an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Long Island University in 1972, and the Behavioral Scientist’s medal from the Institute for Behavioral Research in 1974.

Fred Keller died February 2, 1996 at his home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

The above biographical information is drawn from a number of sources, including Keller’s obituary and two letters. One, written in 1934 to his grandmother, documents his early academic career, while the other, written in 1989 to Russell “Bud” Carpenter, a Tufts classmate, provides an overview of his career.

For more information about Fred Keller and his significance, see Michael J. Root’s article at American National Biography Online, Murray Sidman’s tribute and João Claudio Todorov’s account of Keller’s role in the development of psychology in Brazil. For Fred Keller’s own account of his life and career, important psychologists he knew and the area of behavioral psychology, see both his autobiography At My Own Pace and the video recording “Fred Keller: Did you know Aristotle?” by Bob & Marian Bailey.

About the Fred S. Keller Papers

The Fred Simmons Keller Papers contain correspondence, course notes, speeches (some written in Portuguese), and unpublished papers, mostly concerning educational reform. The correspondence is primarily of a professional nature, much of it to colleagues in the field at other educational institutions. Keller also wrote numerous letters of recommendation. There is a section of correspondence and speeches from Brazil, some of which are written in Portuguese. Also included are several of his speeches and unpublished papers, mostly concerning educational reform. The final box consists of a Brazilian newspaper and signed posters to the Kellers that display dates and times of two psychology conferences in Brazil.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Fred S. Keller Papers, 1920-1995, MC 141, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donation, Tony Nevin, Psychology Department at University of New Hampshire, and Fred S. Keller, April 21, 1994 (Accession number: 94.017) and John V. Keller, 2006 (Accession numbers: 2006.1 and 2006.6)

Related Material

Books:

The Definition of Psychology. 1937, 1973.

Summers and Sabbaticals: Selected Papers on Psychology and Education. 1937.

Principles of Psychology: A Systematic Text in the Science of Behavior (with William N. Schoenfeld). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1950.

Learning (Reinforcement Theory). New York: Random House, 1954.

Selected Readings in the History of Psychology : A PSI Companion. Roanoke, Va.: Scholars Press, 1973.

Behavior Modification: Applications to Education. New York: Academic Press 1974.

PSI, the Keller Plan Handbook : Essay on A Personalized System of Instruction (with J. Gilmour Sherman, and a contribution by Carolina Martuscelli Bori). Menlo Park: Calif.: W. A. Benjamin, 1974.

Pedagogue’s Progress: Fred Simmons Keller. Lawrence, KS: TRI Publications, 1982.

At My Own Pace: The Autobiography of Fred S. Keller. Edited by Jon S. Bailey, Mary R. Burch, A. Charles Catania, and Jack Michael. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.:Sloan Publishing, 2009.

Journal Articles and Contributions:

“The Psychology Curriculum at Columbia College.” Keller, Fred S. & Schoenfeld, William N., American Psychologist. 4, (1949), pp. 165-172.

“Animals and children.” Child Development, 21, (1950), pp. 7-12.

“Stimulus Discrimination and Morse Code Learning.” Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences. 15, (1953), pp. 195-203.

“On the selective reinforcement of spaced responses.” Wilson, Maurice P. & Keller, Fred S., Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology. 46, (1953), pp. 190-193.

“Teaching Morse-Code Reception with Signals Weighted in Frequency According to their Difficulty.” Sidman, Murray; Keller, Fred S.; Kennedy, Edmund J.; Wilson, Maurice P., Journal of Applied Psychology. 39,(1955), pp. 1-4.

“Suggested Portuguese Translations of Expressions in Operant Conditioning.” Azzi, Rodolpho; Rocha E. Silva, Maria Ignez; Bori, Carolina Martucelli; Fix, Dora S. R.; Keller, Fred S.; Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 6 (1), (1963), pp. 91-94.

“Exteroceptive Control of Response under Delayed Reinforcement.” Azzi, Rodolpho; Fix, Dora S. R.; Keller, Fred S.; Rocha E Silva, Maria Ignez, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 7(2), (1964), pp. 159-162.

“Good-bye, Teacher . . .” Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 1 (1),(1968), pp. 79-89.

“Comments and Queries: “English Spoken Here.”” Psychological Record. Vol. 20 (2), Spr (1970), pp. 259-262.

“Ten Years of Personalized Instruction.” Teaching of Psychology. Vol 1 (1), Oct (1974), pp. 4-9.

“Lightning Strikes Twice.” Teaching of Psychology. Vol 12 (1), Feb (1985), pp. 4-8.

“A Debt Acknowledged.” In Todd, James T. and Morris, Edward K. (eds), et al. (1994). Modern Perspectives on John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism. Contributions in Psychology, No. 24. (pp. 125-130). Westport, CT. USA: Greenwood Press/Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc. xxvi, 219 pp. [Chapter]

“Psychology 161.” In Todd, James T. and Morris, Edward K. (eds), et al. (1995). Modern Perspectives on B. F. Skinner and Contemporary Behaviorism. Contributions in Psychology, No. 28. (pp. 3-6). Westport, CT, USA: Greenwood Press/Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc. xxviii, 283 pp. [Chapter]

Collection Contents

Series I: Correspondence, 1922-1995

(15 Boxes)

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Names in italics other than journal titles denote letters concerning Brazil and are usually written in Portuguese

Subseries A: By Keller

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1 A.B.A. Newsletter, 1965-1989 (3); Allen Abrahams (1); Academic Press (5); George Albee (1); Herb Alexander (2); Bill Allen (1); Allyn & Bacon (1); Joao Bosco Jardim Almeida (1); Jorge Peralta Alvarez (1)
Box 1, Folder 2 American Automobile Association (1); American Friends of the Attingham Summer School, Inc. (1); American Press Institute (1); American Psychological Association (21)
Box 1, Folder 3 American River College (1); American University (3); Carol Ammons (Editor, Psychological Reports) (10)
Box 1, Folder 4 Mr. Anderson (1); Edward Anderson (1); Andover Press (2); Arrigo Angelini (3); Jose Anicama (9); Animal Behavior Enterprises, Inc. (1); Anna State Hospital (1); Frederick Annesley (1)
Box 1, Folder 5 Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1951-1973 (30)
Box 1, Folder 6 Arizona State Retirement System (2); Arizona State University (16)
Box 1, Folder 7 Malcolm Arnoult, 1977 (1); Augusta College, 1978-1979 (3); Esther Avila, 1975 (1); Brian Awata, 1988 (2); Hector Ayala y Velazquez, 1987-1991 (2); Dr. Ted Ayllon, 1964 (1); Nate Azrin, 1964 (1); Rodolpho Azzi, 1962-191 (9)
Box 1, Folder 8 William Baasel (1); David Bachhuber (1); Arthur Bachrach (1); Pietro Badia (1); Donald Baer (4); Marian Bailey, 1993-1994 (4 – one is on the reverse side of a letter from Marian Bailey to Keller); Mario Balaban (1); Yolanda Buanaz-Balcazan (1); Catherine Balkey (1); Baltimore County Board of Education (1)
Box 1, Folder 9 Dulcie Barlow (1); John Barlow (12); Barnard College (1); Rep. Anne Barnes (1); Lloyd Barr (1); Barre (VT) Chamber of Commerce (1); Marcio de Queiroz Barreto (1); Neil Bartlett (4); Jacques Barzun (1); Basic Books, 1993 (2); Bausch & Lamb (1)
Box 1, Folder 10 Frank Beach (1); Jay Becker (2); The Behavior Analyst (Sigrid Glenn, editor), 1983-1994 (14); The Behavioral Educator (1); Waldemere Bejner (1); Richard Belleville (2); Ludy Benjamin (1)
Box 1, Folder 11 W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1972 (6)
Box 1, Folder 12 W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1973 (23)
Box 1, Folder 13 W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1974 (12)
Box 1, Folder 14 W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1975-1979, and undated (7)
Box 1, Folder 15 Allan Berger (1); Robert Berk (1); Mark Berman (2); James Bernardo (1); Robert Berryman (2); William Bevan (3); Harry Beyer (2)
Box 1, Folder 16 Siba Bhattacharya (1); Marcello Cesa Bianchi (1); Bicycling Magazine (1); Ed Biertempfel (1); Sidney Bijou (6); Freide Blachman (1); Herman Blake (1); Phillip R. Blake (1); Blanche Moore Elementary School (Miriam Henderson and Mary Louise Whittle), Corpus Christi, TX (1); J. Guillermo Blanck (1); Theodore Blau (1)
Box 1, Folder 17 Eva Bodor (1); Laurie Bonilla (1); Steve Bono (1); James Booth (1); John Boren (4)
Box 1, Folder 18 Carolina Bori (26)
Box 1, Folder 19 Prof. Edwin G. Boring (11); David Born (2); Boschen children (1); Boston University (1); Darrell Bostow (1); Dr. Sílvio Paulo Botomé (1); Wendy Bourque (1); Wes Bousfield (1); Bowdoin College (1); Robert Bower (1)
Box 1, Folder 20 Roberts Braden (3); David Brady (1); Joseph Brady (1); Dr. Brady (1); Marc Branch (1); Braniff International (1); John Braun (1); Charles Bray (3); M.O. Breitmayer (1); Karen Brethower (1); Charles Brewer (3); William Brewer (1)
Box 1, Folder 21 Lewis E. Bridges (1); Virginia Britton (1); Brooklyn College (1); Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (1); Glenn Brooks (1); Robert Brooks (6); Alan (& Beatrice) Willard Brown (3); Dr. Brown (1); Timothy Brown (1); Aaron Brownstein (2); Josef Brozek (1)
Box 1, Folder 22 R. R. Bugelski (1); Donald Bullock (1); Victor Bunderson (1); Bureau of Vital Statistics, New York State (1); Burgess Publishing Company (5); Beverly Burt (1); Jack Burton, John Wiley & Sons (7); Don Bushell, 1975 (1); William Buskist (9); Marjorie Butler (2); C.T. Butz (1); BYTE (1)
Box 1, Folder 23 California State University (4); Dr. Euclides Calloni (1); Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1982 (8 to Robert Epstein) (9)
Box 1, Folder 24 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1983 (13, all to Robert Epstein)
Box 1, Folder 25 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1984-1989 (15, 8 to Robert Epstein)
Box 1, Folder 26 Ettore Caracciolo (5); Roberto Cardozo (two of them also to Susana, Peri, and Alonzo/Lorenzo) (4)
Box 1, Folder 27 Antonio Carelli (1); John Carlson (2); Leonard Carmichael (1); Mrs. Carnesi (Columbia University) (1); Prof. Aldo Carotenuto (1); Marion Carpenter (1); Russell “Bud” Carpenter (5); Neil Carrier (1); Laura Carstensen (1); Lillian Cartwright (1); Emilia Campos de Carvalho (1); Charles Catania (6); Harding Cate (1); Olgierd Celinski, 1971-1981 (6)
Box 1, Folder 28 Center for Personalized Instruction (Georgetown University) (14)
Box 1, Folder 29 Central Washington State University (1); Shery Chamberlain (Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis) (4); Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce (1); Chapel Hill News (5); Chapel Hill Police Department (2); Chapel Hill Weekly Advertiser (1); Paul Chance (11); Theodore Chandler (1); Dwight Chapman (1); Carl Cheney (5); City College/University of New York (2)
Box 1, Folder 30 Clemson University (1); Mrs. Cline (1); Anne Cline (1); Thom Cline (1); Edward Cobb (7); code correspondence (1944) (9); Roberto Coelho (2); Charles and Lynette Cofer (5); Leila Cohen (1); Perrin Cohen (1); Shlomo Cohen (Anne Arundel County Learning Center, Fort Meade, MD) (6); Brett Cole (1); Mark Cole (1); Stephen Coleman (1); Colgate University (Donald A. Laird), 1931 (13); College of Charleston (2); College of William and Mary (1); George Collias (1); George Collier (2); Collier and Son Co. (1)
Box 1, Folder 31 Ignacio Cintron Colon (2); Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (1); Colorado State University (5); Columbia University, 1946-1993 (16); Columbia University Press (3); Columbia University Record (1); Committee on International Exchange of Persons (4); The Composing Room (1); Comunidad de Los Horcones, 1985-1995 (16); C. J. Conard (7); Roderick and Jane Connell (1); Contemporary Psychology (1)
Box 1, Folder 32 Donald Cook (53)
Box 1, Folder 33 Ruth Cordahi (1); Jeffrey Corey (3); Eliza Corrales (1); Raymond Corsini (2); Richard Couch (1); Bernard Covner (2); Antonio Coy (1); Joseph Crnkovich (2); Osborn Cresson (2); John Crossen (1); Bob Crow, 1992 (1); Thomas Crowell Co. (1); Gerson Antonio da Cruz (1); Marlene Cruz (2); Cummings Publishing Co. (2); C.W. Post Center (2)
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 John Daggett (1); Marvin Daley (1); Dalhousie University (1); The Danforth Foundation, 1974 (1); Bill Daniel (1); Hank Davis (3); Roger Davis (1); Willard Day (1); Deisy da Graças de Souza, 1980-1990 (7); Fernando Tude de Souza, 1961-1962 (3); Mrs. Tude de Souza, 1962 (1); DeHaan Heating (1); Joshua Deitz, 1981 (1)
Box 2, Folder 2 Samuel Deitz, 1979-1994 (36)
Box 2, Folder 3 Clotilde Delsolas (1); Denison University (2); Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C. (2); Diane De Vries (1); Peter Dews (1); Dickinson College, 1959-1971 (2); Charles Dills, 1988 (1)
Box 2, Folder 4 James Dinsmoor, 1970-1992 (14)
Box 2, Folder 5 Kay Dinsmoor (3); Donald Doe, 1972-1975 (8); Donald Doe, Jr., 1975 (1); Gladys Doe, 1975 (1); Richard Lee Doering (1); Theodore Dombras (1); Anne Donnellan (6); Myrthes R. do Prado (1); Peggy Dority (1); Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1953-1954 (5); Fran Dowd (1); Drake University (4); Gerald Duffy (1); Duke University (1); Walter Dunn (1); Jim Dunne, 1992 (1); Paul Dute (1); Lawrence Dyson (1)
Box 2, Folder 6 Eagle Wine and Liquor Store (Washington D.C.) (1); Earlham College (5); East Stroudsburg State College (4); David Eckerman (4); Editorial Guild, Inc. (1); Editorial Fontanella, S.A. (Barcelona, Spain) (5)
Box 2, Folder 7 Educational Technology Monographs (1); Mr. and Mrs. David Ehrenfeld (1); Leslie Eichenstein (1); Eisenhower Medical Center (John McCormack) (1); James Elder (2); R.M. Elliott, 1936-1949 (7); Robert Lee Ellis (1); Emory University (1); Empire State College (1)
Box 2, Folder 8 Arno Engelmann (2); Engineering Education (Patricia Samaras, Managing Editor) (2); Hal J. Epstein Property Co. (1); Robert Epstein (2); Robert Erdman (1); ERM/ASEE (2); Ernst Klett Verlag (Stuttgart, Germany) (1); Miguel Escala (2); Miguel Escotet (1); Kay Estis (1); ETC (Daniel Hursh, editor) (1); Barbara Etzel, 1991-1992 (2); Selby Evans (1)
Box 2, Folder 9 John Falk (2); Edmund Fantino (3); Osman Farrag (1); Federal Reserve Bank, Minneapolis, MN (2); Douglas Ferraro (1); Mario Ferri (4); Charles Ferster (2); David Ferster (1); Elyce Ferster (6); Bob Findahl (2); Gus Fink (1); First National Bank and Trust Co., Kalamazoo MI (1); Dora Fix (2); Florida Association for behavior Analysis, 1991 (1); Florida State University (2); Rooney Floyd, 1977 (1); Aldair Sim ôes Fontes (2); Jose Carlos Simôes Fontes (8)
Box 2, Folder 10 Gilbert Ford (1); Brad Fox (1); Ray Fox (1); Lawrence Fraley, 1976-1992 (12); Dr. Frazier (1); Fred S. Keller School, Yonkers NY (Laura Dorow; Nan McCorkle; Janet S. Twyman; Doug and Nyla), 1987-1995 (9)
Box 2, Folder 11 Laura Frederick, 1982-1984 (19)
Box 2, Folder 12 Lucy Freibert (1); Luiz Carlos [de] Freitas (2); Fred Frick (2); Matt Friedrich (1); Daniel Gómez Fuentes, 1992 (1); Furman University (5); Gaines Food Co. (2); Mark Galizio (1); Howard Gallup (6); Olavo Galvao (1); David Berry Gamble/Cecil Gamble/Edna Giffen, 1922-1927 (11); Dorothy Hubbard Gampel, 1989 (1); Ronald Gandelman (6); Jorge Romero Garcia (1); Maria Emma Garcia, 1986 (2); Henry Garrett (1); Fred Gault (3)
Box 2, Folder 13 James Geer (1); George Geis (4); Scott Geller, 1988-1992 (8); Ronald Gentile (3); Georgetown University (10); Georgia Motor Club (1); Georgia Southern College (2); Georgia State University (3)
Box 2, Folder 14 Vern Gerlach (1); Celia Wolk Gershenson, 1984-1993 (9); Eleanor (“Jackie”) Gibson (1); Yolanda Gil (1); Thomas Gilbert (8); Howard Gilhousen, 1947-1986 (4); John Gilpin (1); Lincoln Giminez (1); Robert C. Givler (4))
Box 2, Folder 15 David Glanzer (2); Eleanor Glueck (1); Lewis Gollub, 1989 (1); Carole Goodson (2); M.L. Goranson (1); Renata Gorayeb, 1993 (1); Ricardo Gorayeb (one of them also to Sylvia, his wife, and his children Rodrigo, Renata, and Daniel) (6); Jon Gosser (1); Government of the District of Columbia (3); Celso Goyos (3); Frederico Graeff (1); Clarence Graham (1); Lawrence Grayson (1); Anthony Graziano (2)
Box 2, Folder 16 Ben Green, 1968-1993 (18); Carolyn Green (1); Cecil & Ida Green (1); Swayzer Green (1); Joel Greenspoon (6); Douglas Greer, 1986-1989 (5); James Griffin (1); B.C. Griffith (1); Dean E. Griffith (2); Dr. Grimaldi (1); Grosset and Dunlap (2); Grune & Stratton, Inc. (1); Mark Gurevitch (2); Mario Guidi (2); Marina Sampaio Gutierrez (1)
Box 2, Folder 17 Norman Hadley (1); Gad Hakerem (1); Vance Hall, 1969-1983 (17); Milt Halliday (1),; Hamilton College (1); David Hamilton-Eddy (1); Wildred Hamlin (1); Hampshire College (1); Anne Hanley (1); Edgar & Phyllis Hansell (1); Geri Hansen (1); Harper & Row, 1981 (2); Laurence Harrison, 1957 (1); Miriam Harrison (1); Gary Hart, U.S. Senator (2); James Hartley (2); Harvard Magazine (1); Harvard University (2); Edwin Harwood (1); Peter Harzem, 1984-1991 (6); Kent Haun (1); Steve Hayes (1)
Box 2, Folder 18 Eliot Hearst, 1994 (1); Dottie Hefferline, 1977-1987 (3); Ralph Hefferline, 1961-1971 (3); Edna Heidbreder, 1933 (1); L.Ruth Hensel, 1959 (1); Carl Hereford, 1967-1974 (2); Dick Herrnstein, 1960-1994 (3); Leonard Hersh, 1974 (1); Robert Heslep, 1979 (1); William Heward, 1992-1993 (5); Jack Hilgard, 1960 (1); Dave Hill, 1971 (1); Philip Hineline, 1989-1993 (4); (2); The Hispanic Foundation, 1969 (1); John Hitt, 1973 (2)
Box 2, Folder 19 Nicholas Hobbs, 1980 (1); Steve Hobbs, 1978-1979 (2); Paul Hodapp, 1974 (1); Dorothy Hoffman, 1967 (2); Mildred Hogstel, 1974-1975 (4); M. Hohner, Inc., 1975 (1); James Holland, 1987 (1); Edwin Hollander, 1979 (1); Ben Holt, 1979 (1); Jim Holtzman, 1981 (1); Lloyd Homme, undated (1); Bill Hopkins, 1990-1991 (3); Dr. Hornbake, 1962 (1); Paul Houle, 1980 (2); Arthur Houts, 1987-1988 (2)
Box 2, Folder 20 Robert Hughes, 1969 (1); Clark Hull, 1933-1950 (3); Curt Hulteen, 1968 (1); John Hummel, 1980-1994 (10); John Humphrey, 1976 (1); Lloyd Humphreys, 1968 (1); Governor James Hunt (North Carolina), 1982 (1); Leslye Hunter, 1974 (1); Walter S. Hunter, 1928-1929 (15); Kurt Hurley, 1976 (1); Hyatt-Regency Hotel, 1981 (1)
Box 2, Folder 21 Dr. Ianni, undated fragment (1); Carol Iglauer, 1978-1982 (6); Illinois State University, 1975 (1); Indiana State University, 1969 (1); Indiana University, 1962-1969 (2); Indiana University Medical Center, 1969 (1); Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1977 (1); Information Unlimited, 1977 (1); Sam Ingram, 1986-1987 (3); Nancy Innis, 1982 (1); Institute for Behavioral Research, 1965-1974 (2); Institute for Scientific Information, 1990 (1); Institute of International Education, 1928-1929 (2); International Journal of Behavioral Geriatrics (Richard Hussian), 1982 (2); International Scholarly Publishers, 1971 (1); International Society for Individualized Instruction, 1983 (1); Matthew Israel, 1967 (1); Ithaca College, 1977 (1); Ana Maria Iturriaga, 1978-1979 (3)
Box 2, Folder 22 Ted Jackson, 1977 (1); Jacksonville State University, 1987 (1); Carl Jensen, 1969 (1); John Jensen, 1984 (1); C.E. Johanson, 1990 (1); John F. Kennedy Institute, 1978 (1); John Kayser Agency, 1976 (1); Dan Johnson, 1979-1984 (6); Kent Johnson, 1986-1989 (2); James Johnston, 1973-1990 (4); Jossey-Bass Inc., 1977-1981 (7); Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis (JABA), 1967-1986 (7); Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1935 (1); Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1994 (1); Journal of Higher Education (1); Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (JEAB), 1989 (1); Journal of the History of Behavioral Sciences, 1987-1990 (4); Pere Julia, 1983 (1); Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, 1990 (1)
Box 2, Folder 23 Clotilde Kaika, 1972-1979 (2); Helen Kain, 1984 (1); Kalamazoo MI City Manager, 1970 (1); Harry Kalish, 1965 (1); Otto Kammann, 1950 (1); Michael Kaplan, 1985-1990 (4); Arnold Kaufman, 1962 (1); A. Woody Keith, 1974 (1); Agnes Keller, 1976 (1); Anne Keller (daughter), 1975-1994 (5); Anne and John Keller, 1961-1965 (3); Frances Keller (wife), 1967 (5); Fred Keller (reminding himself of his pneumonia shot), 1984 (1); Frieda Keller (mother), 1965-1976 (3); John Keller (son), 1966-1974 and undated (11); John Jacob Keller (grandson), 1993 (1); Mildred Keller (sister), 1975-1994 (4); Keller (family), 1976-1978 (2); Truman Kelley, undated (2)
Box 2, Folder 24 Howard Kendler, 1965-1969 (2); Wallace Kennedy, 1969 (1); Joseph Kent, 1977 (1); Neil Kent, 1975-1994 (3); Andrew and Mary Kerr, 1976-1987 (5); Helga Kessler, 1984 (1); Keydet-General Motel, 1979 (1); Claire King, 1984 (1); H.D. Kirschman, 1948 (1)
Box 2, Folder 25 Norman Klein, 1975 (1); Otto Klineberg, 1979 (1); Terry Knapp, 1985 (2); Billy Koen, 1970-1985 (15); L. Korella, 1970 (1); James Korn, 1977 (1); David Krantz, 1968 (1); Leonard Krasner, 1977-1987 (8); Phil Krawiec, 1970 (2); Kathleen Krumhus, 1975-1977 (2); Sally Kuhlenschmidt, 1983 (1); James Kulik, 1976 (2); Al Kurtz, 1977 (1); Edwin Kurtz, 1972 (1)
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 Gerald Lachter, 1980 (1); Kathleen Lahti, 1984 (1); Lake Superior State College, 1972 (1); Peter Lamal, 1982-1989 (5); Dorothy Lambert, undated (1); Gorham Lane, 1962 (1); Harlan Lane, 1976 (2); Ronald Larsen, 1984 (1); Cedric Larson, 1977-1982 (3); Richard Lasco, 1977 (1); Glenn Latham, 1993 (1); Victor Laties, 1986-1994 (6); Kennon “Andy” Lattal, 1991-1995 (2); Charles Lawrence, 1968 (1); Scott Lawrence, 1994 (1)
Box 3, Folder 2 Lea and Febiger, 1971 (2); Walter Leathers, 1985 (1); Joshua Lederberg, 1985-1988 (3); Stephen Ledoux, 1994 (1); Galen Lehman, 1985-1987 (2); James Lehman, 1973 (1); Madeleine Leininger, 1967 (1); Clarence Leuba, 1967 (1); Gustav Levine, 1969-1970 (2); David Lewis, 1974 (1); Paul Lewis, 1970-1971 (2); Lewis & Thos. Saltz, Inc., 1982 (1); Library of Congress, Copyrights Office, 1986 (1); Life Science Associates, 1972 (1); Daniel Lilie, 1967-1971 (2); David Lindsay, 1985-1990 (2); John Linnell, 1967 (1); Lewis P. Lipsitt, 1993 (1); Jane Little, 1967 (1); J.J. Little and Ives, Co., Inc., 1961 (1)
Box 3, Folder 3 Van Voorhees Lloyd, 1969-1986 (9); Long Beach State College, 1966 (1); Nicholas Longo, 1983-1986 (4); Lorraine County Community College, 1974 (1); Eugene Lovelace, 1986 (1); William H. Lowry (and Mark S. Thornburg), 1989 (1); Paul Lu, 1975 (1); Art Lumsdaine, 1960 (1); Robert Lundin, 1968 (1); Ralph Lupidi, 1984 (1); John Lutzker, 1977-1988 (7); David Lyon, 1984-1987 (6)
Box 3, Folder 4 Gerda McCahan, 1979 (1); Harold McCann, 1981 (1); David McComb, 1974-1975 (2); Nan McCorkle (Fred S. Keller School, Yonkers), 1988-1990 (5); Kenneth MacCorquodale, 1972-1978 (5); Ron McCrea, 1975 (1); Jane McCusker, 1976 (1); Sheila Mcdermott (and Robert Brinn), 1987 (1); Rebecca MacDonald, 1991 (2); Gerard McDonnell, undated (1); Barry McGannon, 1967 (1); William McGill, 1970-1989 (8); McGill University, 1970-1977 (4)
Box 3, Folder 5 Jill McGrale, 1987 (4); McGraw-Hill, Inc. (Walter Maytham), 1966-1968 (3); Joe McGuigan, 1958-1979 (7); Bill McKeachie, 1970-1976 (4); John McKee, 1959-1981 (2); Jim McMichael, 1970 (2); Dennis McMullen, 1962 (1); MacQuarie University, 1978 (1); Christina Magellanes, 1976 (1); Dick Malott, 1976 (4); Manhattan Development Services, 1974 (1); Manhattanville College, 1969, 1976 (1); Manitoba Behavior Modification Association (3); Patricia Manning, undated (1); Tony Marcattilio, 1985 (1); Stuart Margulies, 1967 (1); Kenneth Maroney, 1973 (2); Jose Fereira Marques (Lisbon), 1972 (1); Bill Moulton Marston, 1928 (1); Lenore Marti, 1966 (1)
Box 3, Folder 6 Edward Martin, 1984 (1); Garry Martin, 1973-1980 (9); Margaret Martin, 1986 (1); William Martin, 1985-1986 (2); Maryland Psychological Association (Samuel Berkowitz), 1980-1981 (2); Leonard Matin, 1971 (1); Maria-Amália Matos, 1962-1987 (5); Jerome Maurer, 1966 (1); Mayo Clinic, 1971 (1); Francis Mechner, 1990 (1); Paul Meehl, 1984 (1); Donald Megenity, 1972 (2); Nilce Pinheiro Mejias, 1969 (1); Maria Cecilia Mendes, 1978-1979 (3); Maria Teresa Pacheco Mendes, 1967-1990 (7)
Box 3, Folder 7 Merrill Publishing Company, 1988 (1); Gerald Mertens, 1966-1986 (11); Walter Meyer, 1974 (1); Carolyn Meyers, 1965 (1); Lee Meyerson, 1965 (1); Jack Michael, 1966-1994 (26); Pat Michael, 1987 (2)
Box 3, Folder 8 Midwest Association of Behavior Analysts (MABA), 1977 (2); Carl Miller, 1975-1980 (7); James Miller, 1958-1971 (2); Jay Miller, 1971 (1); Michael Miller, 1973 (1); Neal Miller, 1948 (1); Robert Millett, 1978 (1); Helen Mills, 1973 (1); Ministry of Education, Republic of China (Chu Hwei-Sen), 1984 (1); Walter Mink, 1967 (3); Minneapolis Public Schools, 1972 (1); Minneapolis State Reformatory for Men, 1975 (1); Yeganeh Modirzadeh, 1988 (1); The Montefiore Hospital, 1966 (1); Monterrey Institute of Technology, 1973 (1); Jay Moore, 1981 (2); John Moore, 1975 (1); Michael Moore, 1985 (1); E.R. Moore Co., 1972 (1); Edward Morris (Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) International), 1986-1992 (12); Mary Morris, 1969 (1); Joseph Morrow, 1979-1983 (3); Mitchell Morrow, 1968 (1)
Box 3, Folder 9 Paul Mountjoy, 1968-1970 (4); Conrad “Connie” Mueller, 1964-1967 (8); Karl Meunzinger, 1942 (1); Fumio Mugishima, 1964 (1); Mark Muller, 1976 (1); Anne Mulvey, 1975 (2); Professors Murata and Ono, 1953 (1); Gardner Murphy, 1938 (2); Lois Barclay Murphy, 1979-1980 (2); Matt Murphy, 1945-1985 (2); Ray and Anne Musgrave, 1976-1979 (2); Alyce Myers, 1960 (1); James Myers, 1968 (1); Sharon Myers, 1984 (1)
Box 3, Folder 10 Ralph Nader, 1978 (1); Nivaldo Nale, 1987 (1); Elizabeth (“Lib”) Nanney, 1979-1985 (5); National Institute of Education, 1975 (3); Jose Santiago Naud, 1966 (1); Lionel Nazaire, 1985 (1); Russell Nazzaro, 1962-1977 (13); James Neely, 1982 (2); Greg Neimeyer, 1995 (1); Terry Nelson, 1975 (1); Toben Nelson, 1991 (1); Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1979-1984 (3)
Box 3, Folder 11 Neuropsychiatric Institute, 1974 (1); John (“Tony”) Nevin, 1970-1994 (6); New York State Soldiers’ Bonus Bureau, 1924 (1); New York University, 1968 (1); Newark State College, 1972 (1); The Newspaper, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1983-1992 (3); Bob Nichols, 1987 (1); Francis Niedenfuhr, 1974 (1); Haruo Nishinosono, 1979 (1); Elaine Nocks, 1979 (1); North American Van Lines, undated (and unsent) (1); North Central Airlines, 1969 (2); Paul Northcott, 1973 (1); Northeastern University, 1972-1973 (3); Fay-Tyler Norton, 1965 (1); G. Ron Norton, 1968 (1); W.W. Norton, 1980 (1); Joseph Notterman, 1981-1993 (3); Nova University, 1980 (1); Ivônio Barros Nunes, 1990 (3); Robert Nye, 1979 (2)
Box 3, Folder 12 Kermit (“Obie”) Oberlin, 1967-1991 (31)
Box 3, Folder 13 Professor O.A. Oeser, 1955 (2); Office of Educational Exchange, Dept. of Education, Washington, D.C., 1960 (3); Mairead O’Grady, 1993 (1); Mr. Olah, 1970 (1); Henry Oles, 1973 (1); Lourenco (“Luiz”) de Oliveira, 1968-1977 (4); David Oliver, 1986 (1); Roger Lee Olsen, 1969 (1); Joann O’Malley, 1984 (1); Charles O’Neil, 1967 (1); Oregon Graduate Center for Study and Research, 1977 (1); Oregon State University, 1969 (2); Grayson Osborne, 1991 (1); Our Lady of the Lake University, 1978 (1); Tadasu Oyama, 1980 (1)
Box 3, Folder 14 Kaye McKinnon de Pacheco, 1976 (1); James Page, 1967 (1); Joel Painter, 1967 (1); Leonard Painter, 1924 (1); David Palmer, undated (1); Juana Navarrete Palomo, 1975 (1); David Palumbo, 1986 (3); Joseph Pappy, 1978 (2); Richard Paritzky, 1975 (1); Denise Cortis Park, 1982 (5); Naomi Parkin, 1974 (1); Linda Parrott, 1987 (1); H. McIlvaine (“Mac”) Parsons, 1966-1993 (15); Frank Pattie, 1975 (1); Glenn Paulson, 1970 (1); Bill Pavlik, 1973-1987 (3)
Box 3, Folder 15 Peachtree Publishers, undated (1); Joseph Pear, 1988-1990 (2); Hermann Peine, 1969 (1); Phil Pennington, 1969-1973 (4); Henry Pennypacker, 1979 (1); Pergamon Press, 1978 (6); Isaias Pessotti (Ribeirão Prêto), 1977 (1); James Phillips, 1989 (1); John Phillips, 1964 (1); Lakin Phillips, 1966 (3); William Piotrowski, 1971 (1); Plenum Publishing Corp., 1979-1981 (2); Richard Podagrosi, 1975 (2); Joan Pollack, 1991 (1); Martin Pollack, 1991 (2); John Popplestone, 1969 (1); Douglas Porter, 1969 (1); S.N. Postlethwait, 1967-1972 (4); Norman Potter, 1972-1974 (2); Lynda Powell, 1984 (1); Richard Powers, 1991 (1)
Box 3, Folder 16 Praeger Publishers, 1984 (2); Prairie View A & M College, 1969 (1); Alison Pratt, 1987 (1); Marjorie Pratt, 1979 (1); Professor Pratt, 1929 (1); Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1961-1985 (20); Dr. Price, 1992 (1); Princeton University, 1979 (1); Princeton University Press, 1983 (1); Karen Pryor, 1993 (1); Psi Chi, 1991 (1); Psychological Reports, 1974 (1); Psychology Today, 1984 (1); Antonio Puente, 1991-1992 (5); Donald Pumroy, 1990 (3); Purdue University, 1973 (1); Queens College, 1963-1978 (7); Luiz Otavio de Seixas Queiroz, 1967 (1)
Box 3, Folder 17 Ramada Inn, 1990 (1); The Rambler, 1978 (1); Douglas A. Ramsay, 1989 (1); Random House, 1958-1978 (25); Clark Randt, (1); Vilve Raudik, 1975 (2); William Redd, 1977 (1)
Box 3, Folder 18 Ellen Reese, 1966-1985 (8); Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents (Samuel Berkowitz), 1981 (1); Tish Reid, 1975 (1); Len Reinwald, 1973 (1); Research Press, 1975-1992 (17); Research Triangle Institute, 1981 (2); Robert Reyher, 1984 (1); James Reynolds, 1986 (1); Emilio Ribes, 1970-1991 (7); Richmond College, 1968-1970 (2); Richmond State School, 1976 (1); Mark Rilling, 1967 (1)
Box 3, Folder 19 A.C. Robbins & Associates (Diane Lamartiniere), 1979 (6); Arthur Robin, 1976 (1); Lewis Robins, 1986 (1); Berol Robinson, 1976 (1); Daniel Robinson, 1973-1986 (6); Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, 1976 (1); Maria Iñez Rocha e Silva, 1981-1989 (3); Rachel Lisbôa Rodrigues (& José Carlos), 1978-1987 (2); David Rogers, 1982-1983 (5); Joy Roger, 1969 (1); Liza Rogers, 1981 (1); Spaulding & Lisa Rogers, 1980 (1); Willard Rogers, undated (1); Brenda Rose, 1984 (1); Carter Rose, 1984 (1); Lila Rosenblum (Editor, School of Education Publications Program), undated (1); Mark Rosenzweig, undated (1); Georgiana Ross, 1994 (1); Gregory Ross, 1982-1983 (3); Karl Rotzinger, 1986 (1); Howard Roy, undated (1); Joseph Rubinstein, 1982 (3); Bob Ruskin, undated (1); Rutgers University, 1966-1970 (2); Edmund Ryan (Georgetown University, Office of V-P for Educational Affairs), 1974 (1)
Box 3, Folder 20 St. Cloud Hotel, Florida, 1982 (1); David Saladino, 1971 (1); Salem State College, Salem MA, 1987 (1); Kurt Salzinger, 1969-1989 (3); Herbert Sammons, 1984 (1); San Francisco State University, 1974 (1); El and Dot Sanford, 1980 (1); Stanley Sapon, 1983 (2); Saranac Chamber of Commerce, NY, 1983 (2); Bruce Sarbit, undated (1)
Box 3, Folder 21 Concepción Suárez, 1974 (1); Paulo Sawaya, Dean, University of São Paolo, Brazil, 1960-1961 (13); John Sayre, 1972-1976 (2); Bert Scharf, 1975 (1); Fred Scheller, 1968-1969 (2); Arq. J. Schnaider, 1985 (1); Susan Schneider, 1985 (1)
Box 3, Folder 22 Nat Schoenfeld, 1944-1991 (53)
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 School District of Aiken County, SC, 1978 (1); Stephen Schroede, 1987 (1); Andrew Schultz, 1971-1972 (2); Ilene Schwartz, 1987 (1); Peter Schwartz, 1977-1978 (4); Scott, Foresman & Co., 1968-1969 (3); Evelyn Segal, 1969 (2); Ahmed Seif, 1982 (1); Martin Seligman, 1976 (2); George Semb, 1984-1994 (3); Will Sewell, 1968 (1); Richard Shagoury, 1986 (1); Deborah Shanley, 1985 (2); Roberta Shannon, 1984 (1); Prof. Shapiro, undated (1)
Box 4, Folder 2 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1961-1971 (26)
Box 4, Folder 3 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1972-1973 (30)
Box 4, Folder 4 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1974-1976 (21)
Box 4, Folder 5 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1977-1982 (24)
Box 4, Folder 6 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1988-1991 and undated (30)
Box 4, Folder 7 Edward (“Joe”) Shoben, 1959 (1); Rick Shull, 1993-1994 (2); James Sidman, 1985 (1); Murray Sidman, 1965-1994 (18); Mike Siegel, 1974 (2); Paul Siegel, 1959-1994 (16)
Box 4, Folder 8 Fernando Bellver Silván (Instituto Fred S. Keller, Palma de Mallorca, Spain), 1978-1979 (3); Robert Silverman, 1969 (3); Grandma Simmons, 1934 (1); Gottleib Simon, 1968 (1); Simon & Schuster, 1980 (1); VIII Simposia de Modificación de Conducta, Caracas, Venezuela (Roberto Ruiz and Rocio Vegas), 1977-1978 (3); Robert Singer, 1971 (1); N. Frank Six, 1971 (1); David Skaer, 1968 (1); B.F. Skinner, 1948-1990 and two undated (17)
Box 4, Folder 9 Slippery Rock State College, PA, 1977 (1); Alfred T. Sloan Foundation (James Koerner), 1976 (1); Howard Sloane, 1964-1968 (2); Dr. Smelzer, 1992 (1); Eugene Smith, 1972-1975 (4); Michael Smith, 1979-1981 (2)
Box 4, Folder 10 Norman (and Helen) Smith, 1947-1985 (25)
Box 4, Folder 11 Norman (and Helen) Smith, 1986-1989 (35)
Box 4, Folder 12 Norman (and Helen) Smith, 1990-1992 (28)
Box 4, Folder 13 Norman (and Helen) Smith, 1993-1995 and undated (37)
Box 4, Folder 14 Robert Smith, 1969 (1); Social Science Research Council, 1968 (1); Social Security Administration, 1968 (1); Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1971 (1); Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1947 (1); South Carolina Dept. of Highways and Public Transportation, 1980 (1); South Carolina Psychological Association (Carol Furry), 1979 (5); Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis, 1985-1990 (12); Southeast Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, 1978 (1); Southern Illinois University, 1967-1973 (4)
Box 4, Folder 15 Bob Spencer, 1984 (1); Sprakers, New Jersey (Town Clerk), 1952 (1) Dr. Squier, 1967 (1); Brian Stabler, undated (1); John Staddon, 1989 (1); Thomas Stampfl, 1969 (1); State University of New York at Buffalo, 1984 (1); State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1969-1990 (3); Staunton, VA Chamber of Commerce, 1978 (1); D.B. Steinman, 1953 (1); Jennifer Stewart, 1985 (1); John Stewart III, 1988 (1); James Stice, 1969-1978 (15); Eugene Stivers, 1969 (1); Stephanie Stolz (Tomiyasu), 1988 (1); Ruth Strang, 1958 (1); Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, 1992 (1); John Suich, undated (1); Beth Sulzer-Azaraff, 1979-1984 (2); Mark Sundberg, 1987-1989 (2); Daniel Sussman, 1978 (1); Frances Switt, 1965 (1)
Box 4, Folder 16 Edward Taub, 1968 (1); Hilary Taub, 1994 (1); Dr. Tawil, 1984 (1); Byron Madison Taylor, 1974 (1); Floyd Taylor, American Press Institute, 1947 (1); Kenneth Taylor, 1968 (1); Lyndon Taylor, 1966 (1); Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, 1969 (1); Teaching of Psychology (Robert Daniel, editor), 1974 (2); Teaching Research, Inc. (George Semb, President), 1982-1988 (27); Antônio de Sousa Teixeira, Jr., 1967 (1); Temple University, 1970 (1); Tenafly High School, 1955 (1); Michael Terman, 1972-1977 (2); Herb Terrace, 1974 (1); Texas Christian University, 1972-1973 (3); D. Thompson, 1993 (1); Travis Thompson, 1970-1984 (4)
Box 4, Folder 17 Mark Thornburg, 1991 (1); Robert Thorndike, 1978 (1); Thomas Tighe, 1982 (1); Frederick C. Thorne, 1949 (1); Time Magazine, 1974 (1); The Tinker Foundation, 1979 (1); James Todd, 1982-1994 (5); João Claudio Todorov, 1975-1991 (6); Gary Tollman, 1967-1970 (2); Charles Torrey, 1969 (1); T.N. Tombaugh, 1971 (1); Donald Tosti, 1985 (1); Elizabeth Trent, 1971 (1); Trinity College (M.C. Langhorne), 1968 (1); Paul Trumpler, 1986-1987 (2); Tufts Criterion, 1978 (1); Tulane University (Dean Marten ten Hoor), 1938 (2); Bete (Elizabeth) Tunes/Bob (Roberto Ribeiro da Silva), 1979 (1); Bill Turner, 1977 (1); Saul Turteltaub, 1991 (1); Donald Tyrell, 1968 (2)
Box 4, Folder 18 Roger Ulrich, 1967-1994 (9); U.S. Customs Service, 1983 (1); U.S. Veterans Administration, 1931-1932 (5); Université de Moncton, 1969 (1); University of Arizona, 1967 (2); University of California (Los Angeles), 1949 (1); University of California at San Diego, 1975 (1); University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 1980 (1); University of Chicago, 1972-1979 (2); University of Denver, 1967 (1); University of Florida, 1982-1986 (3); University of Ghana, 1974 (1)
Box 4, Folder 19 University of Hawaii, 1981 (1); University of Houston, 1966-1967 (2); University of Iowa, 1974 (1); University of Kansas, 1972-1988 (4);University of Kansas Medical Center, 1968 (1); University of Liverpool, England, 1967 (1); University of Maine, 1968-1985 (2); University of Manitoba, 1972-1976 (4); University of Maryland, 1958-1985 (2); University of Massachusetts, 1981 (1); University of Miami, 1966 (1); University of Michigan, 1981 (2); University of Minnesota, 1966-1970 (4); University of Missouri, 1988 (1)
Box 4, Folder 20 University of Nebraska, 1975 (2); University of New Hampshire, 1993 (2); University of New Mexico, 1965 (1); University of North Carolina, 1981-1987 (7); University of Oregon, 1969 (1); University of Ottawa, 1973 (1); University of Pittsburgh, 1970 (1); University of Redlands, 1974 (1); University of São Paolo, Brazil, 1994 (1); University of Sheffield, England, 1967 (1); University of Ribeirão Prêto – São Pãolo, Brazil, 1977 (1); University of Tennessee, 1966-1970 (2); University of Texas at Austin, 1971-1981 (7); University of Texas at El Paso, 1971 (1); University of Utah, 1967 (1); University of Victoria, Canada, 1976 (1); University of Virginia, 1968 (1); University of Washington, 1967-1991 (4); University of Western Ontario, 1931 (1); University of Winnipeg, 1969 (1); University of Wisconsin, 1963-1976 (2); Utah State University, 1971 (1)
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1 Dr. N. Vaidya (Ajmer, India), 1978 (1); Mark Van Doren, 1969 (1); Jennie Van Drimmelan, 1968 (1); Franz Van Haaren, 1985 (1); Nicholas Van Matre (Navy Personnel and Development Center), 1979 (2); Vanderbilt University, 1947-1975 (5); Vanier College Media Resource Centre, Montreal, 1974 (1); Jaime and carmen Vargas, 1991 (1); Julie and Ernie Vargas, 1986-1995 (17); Guadalupe Zuñiga Vasquez, 1991 (2); Antonio Vecchione, 1991 (1); Dora Ventura, 1967 (1); Anneke Verhave, 1965 (1); Thom Verhave, 1965-1967 (3); John Vernon, 1976 (3); Villanova College, 1968 (1); Virginia Commonwealth University, 1984 (1); Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1967-1979 (5); Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, 1967 (1); John Volkmann, 1988 (1); Voorhees College, 1978 (2)
Box 5, Folder 2 Sue Walen, 1971 (1); William Walsh, 1965 (1); Suzanne Wandersman, undated (1); Marjorie E. Ward, 1993 (3); The Washington Post, 1975 (1); The Washington Star, 1975 (1); Washington State University, 1968-1972 (2); James B. Watson, 1988 (1); Senator Lowell Weicker, 1973 (1); Fritz Weidner, 1967 (1); B. Weinberger, 1964 (1); Bernard Weiss, 1973 (1); Robert Weiss, 1968 (1); Stephen Weiss, 1976 (1); S. Welch, 1979 (1); Wellsville’s Leading Newspaper, undated (1); West Virginia University, 1975-1986 (7); West Washington University, 1970 (1); Western College for Women, 1968 (1); Western Michigan University, 1985 (19)
Box 5, Folder 3 Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., 1967 (1); Donald Whaley, 1978 (1); Paul White, 1967 (1); Bill Wiebenga, 1974 (2); Mr. Wielenga (automobile insurance), 1974 (1); Daniel Wiener, 1988 (5); James Wiggins, 1966 (1); Nils Wiklander, 1987 (3); John Wiley and Sons, 1974-1981 (8); Johanna Williams and Bob Collins, 1982 (1); Larry Williams, 1976-1987 (2); Lucia Williams, 1976-1988 (5); Mary Williams, 1984 (1); Robert Williams, 1978 (2); A. P. Williamson, 1975 (1); Sid Wilson, 1974-1976 (2)
Box 5, Folder 4 Margarida H. “Maggi” Windholz, 1969-1988 (7); Charles Windle, 1971 (1); Windsor University, 1980 (2); Winthrop College, 1978-1980 (3); Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1970-1982 (3); Donald Witters, 1969-1971 (2); Irving Wolf, (editor, The Psychological Record), 1964-1970 (4); Montrose Wolf, 1967-1968 (3); William Wolking, 1991 (3); Scott Wood, 1977-1983 (6); William Woodward, 1979-1982 (2); R.S. Woodworth, 1946 (1); World Congress on Behavior Therapy, 1979 (1); Robert Wozniak, 1984 (1); Mary Louise Wright, 1975 (1); WYDD, 1983 (1); Louis Wynne, 1969 (1); Xalapa, Mexico First International Conference on New Techniques in Higher Education, 1975 (9)
Box 5, Folder 5 Samuel Yaffe, 1977 (1); A.D. Yarmey, undated (1); Sherman Yen, 1972-1990 (9); R.M. Yerkes, 1938-1949 (3); Norman Yetman, 1976 (1); York University, Ontario, 1970 (1); Virginia and Clare Young, 1971-1983 (21); Clarence Young, 1931 (1); Francis Young, 1955 (2); Adella Youtz, 1986 (1); Lea Yulevich, 1985 (1); Steven Zifferblatt, 1968 (1); Donald Zimmerman, 1960 (1); Mrs. Zipser, 1970 (1)
Box 5, Folder 6 Unidentified, A-Z by first name: Beth (1); Betty (2); Bill (6); Bille (1); Bob (2); Carol (1); Charles (2); Cliff (2); Courtney (1); Craig, 1952 (1); Dan (1); Dan/Nancy (1); Deborah (1); Donald (1); Ellie/Tom (1); Erwin (1); Grace (1); Hap/Peg (1); Harriet (1); Jean (1); Jim (1); Joe (1); Jon, 1991 (1); John and Mary Carol, 1971 (1); John/Catherine (1); John (2); Josele, 1991 (1); Lelah (cousin) (1); Lynette (1); Maria Lea (1); Mary (1); Morris (1); Nancy (1); Nedra/Norman (4); Peter, 1992 (1); Robert (1); Ron (1); Scott (1); Silvia (2); Tom (1); Travis (1); Tutú (1); Vicente (1); Will (1)
Box 5, Folder 7 Unidentified: no first names and fragments (19)
Box 5, Folder 8 Recommendations written for others, undated (21)

Subseries B: To Keller

Box 5, Folder 9 Allen E. Abrahams, 1972 (1); Academic Press, Inc., 1973-1976 (4); Academy for Educational Development, 1971 (1); Accelerated Christian Education, Inc., 1985 (1); Loren E. Acker, 1976 (1); Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1974 (1); Maria Josi B.F. Aguirre, undated (1); Aiken Council of the International Reading Association (Ollie Baughman), 1979 (1); George Albee, 1977 (2); Albion College, 1969-1970 (3); John Alexander, 1985-1987 (2); Lawrence T. Alexander, 1969-1970 (1); Bill Allen, 1985 (1); Bob Allen, 1995 (1); Allyn and Bacon, Inc., 1975 (2); Antonio Ribeiro de Almeida, 1991 (1); João Bosco Jardim Almeida, 1969 (1); H. Alperin, The Weizmann Institute of Science, 1971 (1); Jorge Peralta Alvarez (and Benjamin Dominguez Trajo), 1968 (1); American Airlines, 1971 (1); American Conference of Academic Deans (Parker E. Lichtenstein, Chairman), 1966 (1); American Educational Research Association, 1966(1); American Field Service Fellowships, 1929 (1); American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS), 1971 (1); The American Mercury (H.L. Mencken, editor), 1929 (1)
Box 5, Folder 10 American Psychological Association (APA), including James Dinsmoor & Russ Nazzaro, 1929-1977 (34)
Box 5, Folder 11 American Psychological Association (APA), 1978-1987 (29)
Box 5, Folder 12 American Psychological Association (APA), 1988-1991 and undated (9)
Box 5, Folder 13 American Psychological Foundation, Inc., 1967-1976 (5); American Psychological Society, 1992-1993 (2); American Psychologist, 1991 (1); American River College, 1972-1979 (2); American Society for Engineering Education, 1985 (3); American University, 1974-1975 (2); Bob & Carol H. Ammons, 1975-1980 (2); Bruce Anderson, Oct 6, 1969 (1); David Anderson, 1989 (1); Nadine R. Anderson, Oct 8, 1970 (1);Nels Anderson, Jr., undated (1); The Andover Press (Philip Cole, publisher), 1924 (2); Dee Andrews, 1977 (1); Peter R. Andrews, 1990 (1); Arrigo L. Angelini, (Universidade de São Paulo), 1966 (1); Douglas & Kathleen Anger, 1975 (3)
Box 5, Folder 14 Animal Behavior Enterprises, Inc., 1979 (1); Anna State Hospital Behavior Research Laboratory (T. Ayllon; N.H. Azrin; Stephen Mourer), 1964-1965 (4); Anne Arundel County Learning Center (Shlomo Cohen, Director), 1969-1970 (8); Frederick R. Annesley, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia, 1974 (1); James B. Appe, 1966 (1)
Box 5, Folder 15 Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1961-1971 (36)
Box 5, Folder 16 Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1972-1974 (35)
Box 5, Folder 17 Arizona State Retirement System, 1968-1974 (4); Arizona State University, 1962-1972 (20)
Box 5, Folder 18 Abe Arkoff, June, 1969 (1); Harvard Armus (?), 1971 (1); Arthur P. Arnold, 1968 (2); Malcolm D. Arnoult, 1974-1976 (2); Victor A. Arredondo, 1975 (5); Asociacion Mexicana de Analasis Conductual Aplicado, 1987 (1); Assembly for Scientific and Applied Psychology, 1988 (1); Associated Staff Training Program, 1967-1968 (2)
Box 5, Folder 19 Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA), 1979 (18)
Box 5, Folder 20 Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA), 1981-1985 (33)
Box 5, Folder 21 Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA), 1986-1992 and undated (25)
Box 5, Folder 22 Association for Behavior Analysis International, 1991-1994 (13); Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, 1988 (1); Association of Behaviorists, 1973 (1); Association of the Professors of the University of Ottawa, 1973 (1); Auburn University, 1984 (1); Augusta College, 1978-1979 (7); Augustana College, 1968 (1); R.L. Autrey, Jan 27, 1972 (1); Amile Avivi, Oct 9, 1969 (1); Ted Ayllon, 1976 (1)
Box 5, Folder 23 Rodolpho Azzi, 1961-1993 (27); Teresa Azzi, 1990-1991 (4)
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1 William D. Baasel, 1977 (1); Arthur Bachrach, 1960-1964 (5); Hunter Bachrach, 1967-1973 (3); Alfred V. Bacotti, 1974 (1); Margit Badt, undated (1); Don Baer, 1984-1993 (2); Marian Breland Bailey and Bob Bailey, 1992-1994 (9); W.W. Bailey, undated (1); L.J.V. Baker, May 29, 1969 (1); Mario Balaban, 1969-1988 (3); Catherine Balkey, 1974 (1); Banff XVI, 1983 (2); Robert C. Barber, 1992 (1); Ronald Barfield, 1983 (1)
Box 6, Folder 2 John A. Barlow, 1959-1986 (18)
Box 6, Folder 3 Maria Barreda, 1969 (1); Márcio de Queiroz Barreto, 1976 (1); Neil Bartlett, 1967-1979 (3); Jacques Barzun, 1964-1967 (2); Basic Books, 1993 (1); Mitchell E. Batoff, 1975 (1); Don Batten, 1968-1970 (2); Ramon Bayés, 1970 (2); Frank A. Beach, 1987 (1); Beaver College (Leila Cohen), 1969 (4); Harold P. Bechtold, 1970 (1); Walter A. Becker, Nov 30, 1972 (1); Erwin W. Bedarf, 1970 (1); Behavior Analysis in Education, 1989 (1); The Behavior Analyst, 1978-1994 (17) (4 from Julie Vargas, editor)
Box 6, Folder 4 Behavior and Social Issues, 1989-1990 (3); Behavioral Educator, 1982 (2); Behavioral Law Center, 1974 (1); Behavioral Pharmacology Society, 1990 (1); Behavioral Technology Consultants, Inc., 1969 (1); Behaviorism, 1979 (1); Behaviorists for Social Action, 1977-1979 (2); Waldemere Bejnar, 1971 (1); Bill Bell, 1994 (1); Fernando Bellver, 1983 (1); Dr. Benebe, Lincoln University, Jefferson, MO, April 23, 1973 (1); Ludy T. Benjamin, 1975-1979 (2)
Box 6, Folder 5 W.A. Benjamin, 1972 (19)
Box 6, Folder 6 W.A. Benjamin, Jan – June 1973 (12)
Box 6, Folder 7 W.A. Benjamin, July 1973 - Nov 1977 (32)
Box 6, Folder 8 Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co., 1979-1980 (2); Murray Benimoff, EPA, 1993 (1); Jim Bentley, 1969 (1); Jackie and Phil Berch, undated (1); Allan S. Berger, 1974 (1); Robert M. Berk, 1984 (1); Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy, 1991 (4); Mark L. Berman, 1969-1971 (5); James M. Bernardo, 1986 (2); F. Kenneth Berrien, 1969 (1)
Box 6, Folder 9 Robert Berryman, 1964-1970 (15); Salomé Steinmetz Berryman, 1966 and undated (2); Cecile Betit, Oct 1971 (1); William Bevan, 1991-1992 (3); Barry Beyer, 1974-1977 (2)
Box 6, Folder 10 Siba Bhattacharya, 1976 (1); Marcello Cesar-Bianchi, undated (1); Rita Jakeway Bigelow, 1994 (1); Sidney Bijou, 1960-1991 (6); Carl Binder, June 15, 1977 (1); Jeremy Birch, 1968-1974 (2); Howard J. Birky, May 12, 1969 (1); Daniel Bjork, 1992 (1); Freide Blachman, 1976 (1); Black Hawk East College, 1968 (1); Lois J. Blackwell, 1968 (1); Board of Education of Baltimore County, 1967 (2); The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1972-1973 (2); Dr. Bohdanecky, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Oct 23, 1970 (1); John Bohlmann, 1981-1982 (3); Robert C. Bolles, 1991 (1); Landrum R. Bolling, 1960 (1); C.J. Boltuck, 1983 (1); James W. Bommarito, Dec 31, 1969 (1); Laurie Bonillas, 1988 (1)
Box 6, Folder 11 Steve Bono, 1975-1993 (11); Thomas V. Bonoma, June 28, 1971 (1); James H. Booth, 1977-1978 (2); Peter L. Borchelt, Dec 4, 1968 (1)
Box 6, Folder 12 John Boren, 1960-1987 (18)
Box 6, Folder 13 Carolina Bori, 1962-1969 (26)
Box 6, Folder 14 Edwin G. Boring, 1928-1949 (28)
Box 6, Folder 15 Dave Born, 1969-1991 (12); William O. Boschen, 1993 (1); Sílvio P. Botomeacute, 1985 (1); James G. Boulger, May 5, 1969 (1); Wendy Bourque, 1991 (1); Wendy Bousfield, undated (1); Wes Bousfield, 1980 (1); Bowdoin College (Louis B. Briasco), 1973 (1); Robert L. Bower, 1978 (1); Lisa S. Bowers, 1984 (1); Bowling Green State University, 1971 (1); Roberts Braden, 1979-1988 (9); David Brady, 1970-1971 (3); Joe Brady, 1984-1992 (4); Mark N. Branch, 1983 (1); Braniff International, 1974 (1); Charles Bray, 1946 (3)
Box 6, Folder 16 Lawrence Breen, 1973 (2); M.O. Breitmeyer, 1970 (1); Keller Breland, 1964-1965 (2); Karen S. Brethower, 1970 (1); Charles L. Brewer, 1982-1985 (5); William F. Brewer, 1973 (1); Tom Brigham, 1970-1972 (2); Virginia Britton, 1968 (1); Joseph Bronars, 1970 (2)
Box 6, Folder 17 Bronson Methodist Hospital, 1972 (1); Bronx Community College, 1976-1977 (4); M.M. Brooke, 1962 (1); Robert Brooks, 1974-1976 (5); Alan (and Beatrice) Willard Brown, 1965 (3); Dawn Brown, 1971 (1); Kathleen H. Brown, 1971 (1); Brown University, 1930 (2); Aaron J. Brownstein, 1982 (1); Josef Brozek, 1973 (2); Guy Bruce, 1986 (1)
Box 6, Folder 18 David Buchheim, 1966 (1); Bill Buck, 1977 (1); Belmira O. Bueno, 1990 (1); B.R. Bugelski, 1974 (2); Donald Bullock, 1984 (1); Robert J. Bumbaugh, 1973 (1); Victor Bunderson, 1966 (1); Bureau of Child Research Laboratory, 1968 (1); Burgess Publishing Company, 1968-1968 (10); Jane Burkhardt, June 3, 1968 (1)
Box 6, Folder 19 Beverly Burt, 1976 (1); Jack Burton, 1970-1990 (8); Walter P. Busch, 1975 (1); Don Bushell, 1975 (1); William Buskist, 1984-1991 (10); Marjorie Butler, 1967 (2); William H. Butterfield, 1970 (1); William Bye, 1967 (1); Larry Byrd, UNC, 1989 (1)
Box 6, Folder 20 Francisco Cabrer, 1970 (2); James F. Calhoun, 1971 (1); California School of Professional Psychology, 1986 (1); California State College, Long Beach, 1965 (1); Euclides Luis Calloni, 1980 (3); Cãmara dos Deputados, Brasili, 1966 (1)
Box 6, Folder 21 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1982 (18)
Box 6, Folder 22 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1983 (16)
Box 6, Folder 23 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1984 (16)
Box 6, Folder 24 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, 1985-1994 (21) (most of the above are from Robert Epstein, Executive Director until Aug 1990)
Box 6, Folder 25 Judy Cameron, 1993 (1); Joseph R. Cantelo, Feb 13, 1972 (2); Ettore Caracciolo, Milan, Italy, 1972-1982 (10); John Cardine, 1925 (2); Roberto Cardozo, 1967-1987 (9); Justin Carey, 1975 (1)
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1 Harold S. Carlson, 1969 (1); John G. Carlson, 1967-1972 (4); Carolina Friends School, undated (1); CRABA (Carolina Regional Amalgamation of Behavioral Analysts), undated (2); Aldo Carotenuto, 1991 (1); Russell “Bud” Carpenter, 1974-1989 (2); Neil Carrier, 1967 (1); Carrousel Inn, 1983 (1); Carson-Newman College, 1968 (1); Dave Carter, July 4, 1968 (1); Harry L. Case, 1986-1992 (3); Michael Cataldo, 1976 (1); A. Charles Catania, 1967-1990 (10); Philip Harding Cate, 1985 (1)
Box 7, Folder 2 Olgierd Celinski, 1971-1975 (24)
Box 7, Folder 3 The Center for Behavior Modification, 1975 (3)
Box 7, Folder 4 The Center for Personalized Instruction, 1973-June 1974 (21)
Box 7, Folder 5 The Center for Personalized Instruction, Aug 1974-1978 (16)
Box 7, Folder 6 The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, 1965-1970 (4); Central Washington State College, 1969 (1); Centro de Modificatión Conductual, 1972 (1); Centro Europeo Dell’Educazione, 1972 (4); Centro Nacional de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal Para A Formação Profissional (São Paolo), 1974 (1); Century Series (R.M. Elliott), 1936-1939 (4); Paul Chance, 1984-1994 (19)
Box 7, Folder 7 Kennethy Chandler, Oct 21, 1970 (1); R.A. Chandler, Nov 20, 1968 (1); Theodore A. Chandler, 1966-1976 (2); Change, 1970 (1); Chapel Hill Police Department, 1988 (1); Jack Charlton, 1983 (1); Chemical & Engineering News, 1972 (1); Carl Cheney, 1986-1995 (14); Kay Chernush, 1984 (1); Chestnut Lodge Research Institute, 1974 (2); Karen Christoff, 1977 (1); City of Kalamazoo, 1971 (1); City of New York Magistrates’ Court, 1955 (1); H. Peter Clamman, April 9, 1969 (1); Clarion University Book Center, 1986 (1); Bob Clark, 1960 (1); Clark University Press, 1934 (1); Clemson University, 1972 (1)
Box 7, Folder 8 Edward Cobb, 1958-1989 (15)
Box 7, Folder 9 Tom Cockayne, undated (4); Robert Coelho, 1969-1973 (12); Sue Coelho, 1992 (1); Charles Cofer, 1989-1991 (4); Leila Cohen, 1967-1975 (3); Marilyn Cohen, May 20, 1969 (1); Perrin S. Cohen, 1972 (2)
Box 7, Folder 10 Alfred Cohn, Aug 6, 1971 (1); Brett K. Cole, 1972 (2); John M. Cole, Oct 12, 1972 (1); Mark Cole, undated (1); Dan Coldeway, 1990 (1); Stephen Coleman, 1982-1994 (3); Colgate University, 1931-1986 (25, 15 of them Donald A. Laird, 1931-1938); The College of Charleston, 1979 (4); College of William and Mary, 1968 (1); George A. Collias, 1976 (1); George Collier, 1983 (1); Ignacio Cintron Colon, 1975 (1)
Box 7, Folder 11 Columbia University, 1938-1944 (24)
Box 7, Folder 12 Columbia University, 1946-1949 (35)
Box 7, Folder 13 Columbia University, 1950-1956 (36)
Box 7, Folder 14 Columbia University, 1957-1992 (35)
Box 7, Folder 15 Colorado State University, 1973 (12); The Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District, undated (2); Comissão Educaional dos Estados Unidos da America no Brasil, 1961-1962 (7)
Box 7, Folder 16 Comunidad de Los Horcones, 1985-1995 (20)
Box 7, Folder 17 C.J. Conard, 1982-1992 (12); Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, 1955-1960 (8); William L. Conger, 1970 (1); Congreso Interamericano de Educacion, 1991 (1); Congresso Internazionale Per La Persona Handicappata (Dr. Filippo Consentino), 1982 (1); Kevin Connolly, 1968 (1); Continental Casualty Company, 1955 (1); Convention Reports Duplication Service, undated (1)
Box 7, Folder 18 Donald Cook, 1959-1974 (22)
Box 7, Folder 19 Donald Cook, 1976-1982 (49)
Box 7, Folder 20 Donald Cook, 1983-1995 (46)
Box 7, Folder 21 Donald Cook, undated (36)
Box 7, Folder 22 Warren F. Cook, Feb 19, 1968 (1); Richard K. Cooley, May 28, 1968 (1); G. Cooper, undated (2); Cooper, Williams and Bryan, 1982 (1); Harold Coppock, 1954 (1); Cornell University, 1980-1981 (2); Judson E. Cornish, 1969 (1); Raymond J. Corsini, 1982-1984 (2); Henry Corte, 1970 (1); Richard W. Couch, 1984 (1); County of San Diego, 1971 (1); Covenant Village of Florida, undated (1); Bernard J. Covner, 1982-1992 (4); Frank Coyle, Oct 8, 1968 (1); J. Lamarr Cox, 1981 (1); CPPC, 1987 (1); Ron Crawford, 1984(1): Creative and Extraordinary People Project, 1974 (1); Osborn Cresson, 1991 (1); Joseph G. Crnkovich, 1972 (3); John R. Crossen, 1984 (1)
Box 7, Folder 23 Gérson Antônio da Cruz, 1990 (1); Doris Marlene Cruz-Botton, 1979 (1); Cucumber Bookshop, Inc., 1975 (1); Stuart Culbertson, 1967-1971 (4); Lisa Cummins, 1987 (1); Cummings Publishing Company, 1974 (6); Cuyahoga Community College, 1967 (1); C.W. Post Center, Long Island University, 1969-1977 (8)
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1 John Daggett, 1984 (1); Marvin Daley, 1966 (2); Dalhousie University, 1966 (1); Vernon J. Damm, March 24, 1971 (1); Danforth Foundation, 1974 (7); Bill Daniel, 1965 (1); Lloyd K. Daniels, 1970 (1), Dartmouth College, 1979 (1); Hank Davis, 1969-1983 (4); Norman Davis, 1971 (1); Roger Davis, 1987-1988 (3); Allan Davison, 1969 (1); The Daytons, undated (1); De Fran, Dec 15, 1970 (3); Deisy da Graças de Souza, 1992 and undated (3); C. William Deckner, 1970-1971 (2)
Box 8, Folder 2 Sam Deitz, 1979-1987 (47)
Box 8, Folder 3 Charlotte Del Solar, 1970 (3); Gabriel Della-Piana, 1968 (1); Clotilde Delsolas, 1979 (2); Denison University, 1964-1967 (2); Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C., 1966-1972 (6); Department of State, United States Government, 1960-1961 (7); Department of the Air Force, 1968-1969 (2); Department of the Army, 1979 (1); Diane De Vries, 1985 (2)
Box 8, Folder 4 Dr. Armando Martínez Díaz, 1959 (1); Dickinson College, 1959-1971 (9); J. F. Dickson, undated (1); W. M. Diedrich, June 24, 1968 (1); Jerome Diller, 1969 (1); Jim Dinsmoor, 1950-1995 (29); Kay Dinsmoor, 1993 (1); District of Columbia Psychological Association, 1975 (1); Francis Di Vesta, 1982 (1); Renee Dobbins, 1985 (1)
Box 8, Folder 5 J. Donald Doe, 1972-1973 (19)
Box 8, Folder 6 J. Donald Doe, 1974-1975 (10)
Box 8, Folder 7 Henry Domingos, 1970 (1); Steve Donnell, 1975 (1); Anne Donnellan, 1983-1985 (6); Myrthes R. do Prado, 1959 (2); Peggy Dority, 1984 (1); Laura Dorow, 1990 (1); Doubleday & Co., 1953-1955 (11); John B. Doukas, 19 (1); Fran Dowd, 1980 (2); Hal Downes, 1947 (1)
Box 8, Folder 8 Drake University, 1972-1981 (10); P.M. Driver, Dec 2, 1968 (1); F.E. Druss, Nov 12, 1968 (2); Du Pont Corporation, 1962 (1); Duke University, 1982 (1); Walter Dunn, 1971 (3); Jim Dunne, 1992 (3); Paul Dute, 1984 (1); Lawrence Dyson, 1982 (1)
Box 8, Folder 9 Jay N. Eacker, 1974 (1); Eagle Wine and Liquor Store (Washington D.C.), 1976 (1); Earlham College, 1960 (7); Betty Earnest, undated (1); East Stroudsburg State College, 1978 (5); Eastern Mennonite College, 1971-1985 (4); Eastern Psychological Association, 1946-1993 (8)
Box 8, Folder 10 Joseph P. Ebacher, 1960 (1); Harvey C. Ebel, Dec 11, 1968 (1); David A. Eckerman, 1968-1992 (6); Editorial Fontanella (Barcelona), 1973-1976 (6); Editorial Guild, Inc., 1967-1968 (2); Editorial Trillas (Mexico), 1974 (1); Education & Treatment of Children (ETC), 1984-1987 (3); Educational Associates, 1975 (1); Educational Research and Methods (ERM), 1984-1985 (8); Educational Technology, Mark Berman, Coordinator, 1970 (7); Educational Technology Monographs, 1969 (1); Educational Testing Service, 1974 (1); Carl N. Edwards, Dec 2, 1971, (1); E. Anthony Edwards, 1969 (1); Joseph S. Edwards, Sept 26, 1966
Box 8, Folder 11 Joanna Ehre, 1970 (1): Joan Ehrenfeld, 1974 (1); Leslie Eichenstein, 1975 (2); James Elder, 1977 (3); R. Mike Elliott, 1949-1950 (4); Rogers Elliott, Feb 24, 1968 (1); Robert Lee Ellis, 1973 (2); Emory University, 1973 (1); Arno Engelmann, 1992 (1); Englewood Police Department, 1964 (1); Leonard Epstein, May 3, 1971 (1);Robert Epstein, 1977-1988 (9); Ernst Klett Verlag, 1975-1977 (2); Miguel J. Escala, 1973-1977 (3); Miguel Escotet, undated card (1); Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales Zaragoza, 1977 (1); John W. Eshleman, 1987 (1); Essex Community College, 1973 (1); Kay Estis, 1977 (1); J.E. Evans, Dec 4, 1968 (1); Harry F. Evarts, 1967 (1); Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1973-1995 (16); Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior, 1988-1989 (4)
Box 8, Folder 12 John L. Falk, 1983 (2); John Farmer, 1966 (1); William W. Farquhar, 1966 (1); Osman L. Farrag, 1967 (1); G.P. Farrell, Dec 5, 1968 (1); Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 1972 (3); Richard N. Feil, July 11, 1969 (1); Leonard Feingold, 1968 (1); John F. feldhusen, May 1, 1969 (1); Douglas P. Ferraro, 1970-1995 (3); Maria Clotilde Rossetti Ferreira, 1968 (2); Charles Ferster, undated (1); Elyce Ferster, 1984 (2); Festschrift for Leonard Krasner, 1987 (4)
Box 8, Folder 13 Mr. & Mrs. Fincham, 1992 (1); Bob Findahl, 1985 (2); Jack Findley, 1969 (1); Gus Fink, 1975 (1); John Fink, 1954 (1); David Finkelman, 1982 (1); Finney, 1944 (1); Richard Fiordaliso, 1975 (1); Ira Firestone, May 1970 (1); Dora Fix, 1964 (2); Douglas Fix, 1971 (1); Henrique Fix, 1988 (1); James P. Flanders, 1968-1969 (3); Julie Fleck, 1984 (1); Michelle Fleury, 1969 (1); Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, 1991 (1); Florida State University, 1969-1977 (2); John F. Flowers, Dec 17, 1970 (1)
Box 8, Folder 14 Aldair Simôes Fontes, 1988 (1); Jose Carlos Simôes Fontes, 1979-1988 (2); Gilbert Ford, 1968 (1); Fort Worth Public Schools, 1973 (2); Ray Fox, 1966-1967 (2); Lawrence Fraley, 1976-1992 (8); Alan Frankel, Dec 1969 (1); Franklin and Marshall College, 1968-1969 (3); Cyril M. Franks, June 18, 1968 (1); Fred S. Keller School, Yonkers NY, 1987-1994 (17)
Box 8, Folder 15 Laura Fredrick, 1982-1984 (14); James T. Freeman, July 8, 1969 (1); Jerome Freeman, Nov 29, 1968 (1); Lucy Freibert, 1972 (1); Luiz Carlos [de] Freitas, 1981-1982 (2)
Box 8, Folder 16 Fred Frick, 1971-1981 (2); Charles Friedman, 1981-1986 (3); Matt Friedrich, 1985 (1); Richard L. Frynear, Nov 1970 (1); A. Daniel Gomez Fuentes, 1992 (1); Paul R. Fuller, 1989 (1); Fund To Protect Scholars From Defamation, 1979 (1); Funk & Wagnalls, 1970-1974 (2); Furman University, 1978-1980 (9)
Box 8, Folder 17 Alcides Gadotti, 1964 (1); N.L.Gage, 1968 (1); Gaines Food Co., 1933-1934 (3); Mark Galizio, 1992 (1); Howard Gallup, 1968-1995 (30)
Box 8, Folder 18 D. H. Gamble and Estate of, 1922-1928 (23); Dorothy H. Gampel, 1967 (2); Ronald Gandelman, 1982-1986 (4); Jorge Romero Garcia, 1981-1982 (3); Maria Emma Garcia, 1986 (1); Fred Gault, 1973 (1)
Box 8, Folder 19 George Geis, 1961-1989 (32)
Box 8, Folder 20 Ronald Gentile, 1977-1984 (2); George Peabody College For Teachers, 1959 (1); Georgetown University, 1972-1985 (40)
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1 Georgia Southern College, 1979 (1), Georgia State University, 1968-1975 (3); Vernon S. Gerlach, 1972 (1); Celia Wolk Gershenson, 1981-2005 (14)
Box 9, Folder 2 Eleanor (“Jackie”) Gibson, 1967 (1); Thomas Gilbert, 1956-1978 (20)
Box 9, Folder 3 David K. Giles, 1967 (1); Howard (“Gil”) Gilhousen, 1947-1968 (9); Flossie Gilhousen, 1969 (1); Kinloch Gil, 1970 (1); Margaret Gill, 1991 (1); John Gilpin, 1960 (3); John S. Gilson, undated (1); Lincoln Giminez, 1987 (1); Michael P. Gimpl, 1967 (1); Gippsland Institute of Advanced Education, 1975 (2); Robert C. Givler, 1933-1938 (2)
Box 9, Folder 4 David Glanzer, 1984 (1); Marvin Glick, 1971 (1); Sigrid Glenn (Editor, The Behavior Analyst), 1987-1994 (10), Charles Godcharles, 1960 (1); Goddard College, undated (1); Joel A. Gold, 1971 (1); Israel Goldiamond, 1960 (1); Lewis R. Gollub, 1985-1989 (2); Silva Goncalves, 1993 (1); Teresa Quiroz González, undated (1); Leonard Goodstein, 1968 (1); Leonard Goodwin, 1964 (1); M. Louis Goranson, 1973 (1); Ricardo Gorayeb, 1979-1995 (8); John Gosser, 1971 (1); Government of the District of Columbia, 1976 (4), Celso Goyos, 1977 (3)
Box 9, Folder 5 Frederico Graeff, 1965 (2); Clarence Graham, 1971 (1); Graham Memorial Lecture in Experimental Psychology, 1974 (2); Grason-Stadler Company, Inc., 1960 (1); Lawrence Grayson, 1970 (1); Anthony Graziano, 1976 (1); Ben Green, 1969-1993 (35)
Box 9, Folder 6 Cecil Green, 1973-1974 (2); Martin Greenberg, 1973-1977 (2); Joel Greenspoon, 1968-1988 (12); David Greenway, 1991 (1); Doug and Kathy Greer, 1979-1994 (10); James Griffin, 1984 (1); Ettore P. Grimaldi, 1969 (1); Angelica Grindle, 1994 (1); Sebastian P. Grossman, 1968 (1); Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1974-1975 (2)
Box 9, Folder 7 Frank T. Gucker, 1962 (1); Mario Guidi, 1966-1975 (3); Hélio José Guilhardi, 1976 (1); Carolina Guimarães, 1969 (3); Mark Gurevitch, 1969 (1); Eric Gustafson, 1972 (1); Marina Sampaio Gutierrez, 1968-1969 (4); Irvin Guyett (1), 1971
Box 9, Folder 8 Hackensack Water Company, 1959 (1); Norman Hadley, 1968 (1); Fred Haertel, 1992 (1); R. Vance Hall, 1969-1987 (15); Milt Halliday, 1993 (1); Norman Hamer, undated (1); David Hamilton-Eddy, 1973 (1); Roy Hamlin, 1985 (1); Hampshire College, 1977 (1); J. W. Han, 1955 (2); Anne Hanley, 1984 (1); Geri Hansen, 1976-1977 (2); Gordon K. Hare, 1977 (1); Harper & Row, 1981 (1); Thomas Harrell, 1950 (1); Laurence Harrison, 1957 (1); Miriam Harrison, 1973-1974 (3); William Harter, 1980 (1); James Hartley, 1971-1979 (7); Stephanie Hartnett, 1971 (1)
Box 9, Folder 9 Harvard University, 1927-1991 (35)
Box 9, Folder 10 Peter Harzem, 1984-1991 (10); Barbara Hauf, 1970 (1); Kent Haun, 1979 (1); Donna L. Haverley, 1984-1985 (2); Hawaii Curriculum Center, 1967 (1); Dr. John R. Hayes, 1960 (1); Steven Hayes, 1966-1987 (3); Timothy J. Hayes, undated (1); Harriet Rheingold Hayne, 1981-1987 (2); Jean Hayward, 1982 (1)
Box 9, Folder 11 Tom and Marsha Heath, undated (1); D.O. Hebb, 1961 (1); Dottie Hefferline, 1987-1993 (2); Ralph Hefferline, 1961-1967 (7); Marcia Heiman, 1987 (1); Carl F. Hereford, 1967 (1); B.R. Hergenhahn, 1974 (1); David Herman, 1968 (1); Misael Gutierrez Hernández, 1976 (1); Vicente García Hernández, 1991 (1); Tim Heron, 1992-1993 (2); Leonard Hersh, undated (2); Emmanuel C. Hertzler, 1980-1981 (2); Robert Heslep, 1979 (1); John H. Hess, 1973-1976 (2); William Heward, 1992-1993 (5); Philip N. Hineline, 1983-1993 (2); Steve Hinkle, 1985 (1); Hisashi Hirai, 1960 (1); E. Wade Hitzing, 1975 (1)
Box 9, Folder 12 Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 1959 (1); Nicholas Hobbs, 1975 (2); Stephen Hobbs, 1993 (1); Paul Hodapp, 1974 (1); Dorothy Tennow Hoffman, 1967 (2); Terrence Hogan, 1976 (1); Mildred Hogstel, 1973-1975 (5); Charles Holbrow, 1988 (1); Edwin P. Hollander, 1979 (1); Ben Holt, 1979 (1); Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1976 (1)
Box 9, Folder 13 Jim Holtzman, 1981 (1); Thomas G. Holzman, 1982 (1); Lloyd E. Homme, 1966-1977 (13); Hank Honeck, 1982 (1); Bill Hopkins, 1990-1991 (6); Reuben S. Horlick, 1970 (1); Paul Houle, 1980 (3); Frank Howell, 1979 (1); J. L. Hughes, 1971 (1); Lawson Hughes, 1982 (1); Robert Hughes, 1969 (1); Clark Hull, 1933-1952 (6); John Hummel, 1986-1989 (5); Lloyd G. Humphreys, 1968-1969 (3); HumRRO, 1969 (1); Ted Hunt, 1936-1937 (2); Alda Hunter, 1954 (1); Leslye Hunter, 1974 (1); W.S. Hunter, 1928-1945 (13); H.M.B. Hurwitz, 1964 (2)
Box 9, Folder 14 Carol Iglauer, 1978-1982 (5); Illinois State University, 1975 (1); Illinois Wesleyan University, 1964-1969 (2); Indiana State University, 1969 (1); Indiana University, 1969 (2); Individual Learning Systems, Inc., 1976 (1); Sam Ingram, 1976-1986 (3); Nancy Innis, 1982 (1); Institute for Behavioral Research, 1962-1981 (8); Institute for Scientific Information, 1990 (2); Institute of International Education, 1928-1929 (3); Instituto Fred Keller, 1957-1978 (4)
Box 9, Folder 15 Inter American University, 1975 (1); International Congress for Individualized Instruction, 1980 (1); International Congress on Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior, 1991-1992 (8); International Journal of Behavioral Geriatrics, 1982 (2); International Society for Individualized Instruction, 1982-1983 (10); International Symposium on Behavior Modification, 1971 (1)
Box 9, Folder 16 Sara Beth Irwin, 1978 (1); Bob Isaa, 1984 (1); Isacson & Weinberger, 1960-1964 (5); Woodi Ishmael, 1968 (2); Matthew L. Israel, 1967 (1); Ithaca College, 1976 (1); Ana Maria Iturriaga, 1979-1980 (7)
Box 9, Folder 17 Ted Jackson, 1977 (1); Jacksonville State University, 1990-1991 (3); Betty James, 1980 (1); Josephine Jenks, 1959 (1); John Jensen, 1984 (2); John F. Kennedy Institute (Rod Boe), 1978 (1); John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1976 (1); John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1980-1981 (3); Mildred Johns, 1968 (1); Dan and Nancy Johnson, 1967-1989 (17)
Box 9, Folder 18 Kent Johnson, 1986 (1); Linda Johnson, 1958 (1); Stephen M. Johnson, 1969 (1); James M. Johnston, 1973 (2); Louis L. Jones, 1973 (1); Joint Program for Technical Education, 1960 (1); Juan José, 1976 (1); Erat S. Joseph, 1974 (1); Jossey-Bass, Inc., 1976-1981 (10)
Box 9, Folder 19 Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 1967-1994 (29)
Box 9, Folder 20 Journal of Higher Education, 1975 (1); Journal of Learning Skills, 1981-1982 (3); Journal of Personalized Instruction, 1976-1979 (2); Journal of Precision Teaching, 1995 (1); Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1974-1992 (10); Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 1981-1991 (9); Pere Julià, 1980-1983 (3); Horacio Gómez Junco, 1973-1974 (2); Joy Lyn Jun, 1982 (1); Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, 1984-1990 (3); Ione Junqueira, 1974 (1)
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 Helen Kain, 1984 (1); Kalamazoo College, 1969 (1); Barbara Kaminski, 1987 (4); Otto Kamman, 1938-1955 (5); Michael Kaplan, 1965-1990 (11); Kappa Sigma Xi, Columbia University, 1942 (1); Ephraim Karelsen, 1922 (2); Kathi Kashare, 1979 (1); James Kauffman, 1978 (1); Kenneth P. Kaufman, 1970 (1); Donald A. Kausler, 1980 (1); Ann Keller, 1973 (1); Frances Keller (wife), 1952 (3); Frieda Keller (mother), 1976 (1); George Keller, 1966 (1); Jacob Keller (grandson), undated (1)
Box 10, Folder 2 John Keller (son) (and also Catherine, daughter), 1948-1972 (37)
Box 10, Folder 3 Leo Keller, undated (1); Mildred Keller (sister), 1982 (1); Truman and Ethel Kelley, 1972 (1); J.E. Kempf, 1971 (1); Howard Kendler, 1965-1969 (2); Ed Kennedy, 1957 (1); Wallace Kennedy, 1969 (1); Neil Kent, 1976 (1); Rachel Rodrigues Kerbauy, undated (1); Andrew Kerr, 1976-1993 (17)
Box 10, Folder 4 Deborah Kerr, 1979-1980 (3); Helga Kessler, 1984 (1); Jimmee-Lu Kice, 1984 (1); Hyung Lin Kim, 1981 (1); Jonathan W. Kimball, 1992 (1); Gregory A. Kimble, 1983 (1); Claire King, 1984 (1); Richard King, 1970 (1); H. Darwin Kirschman, 1948 (4); Harold Kline, 1965 (1); Kenneth Klopfenstein, 1974 (1); Terry J. Knapp, 1975-1985 (3)
Box 10, Folder 5 Billy Koen, 1970-1984 (34)
Box 10, Folder 6 Robert J. Kohlenberg, 1995 (1); David Krantz, 1968 (2); Leonard Krasner, 1977-1984 (16); T.S. (“Phil”) Krawiec, 1970-1977 (3); Kathleen Krumhis, 1974-1975 (5); Donald C. Kruper, 1967 (1); Lucy Knuptil, 1975 (1); Rick Kubina, 1993 (2); Sally Kuhlenschmidt, 1982-1983 (3); James A. Kulik, 1973 (1); E.Z. Kurian, 1974 (1); Albert K. Kurtz, 1977 (1); Austin H. (“Bill”) Kutscher, 1966-1967 (2)
Box 10, Folder 7 Elizabeth de La Ossa, 1977 (1); Maria Inês Lacey, 1976 (1); Gerald D. Lachter, 1979 (1); Lafayette College, 1931-1977 (7); Rondeau Laffitte, 1978 (1); Donald Laird, 1969 (1); Francis T. Lake, 1989 (1); Lake Superior State College, 1972 (1); Peter Lamal, 1973-1993 (13); John Lamarsh, 1969 (1); Phil C. Lange, 1961 (1); The Lansford Publishing Company, 1972 (1); Robert Lanson, 1970 (1); Arturo M. Lara, 1969 (1); Ronald E. Larsen, 1970-1984 (2); Cedric Larson, 1977-1981 (2); Glenn Latham (editor, Behaviorology), 1993-1994 (2); Andy Lattal, 1990-1992 (4); Charles Lawrence, 1968 (1); Victor G. Laties, 1986 (1); Roch and Bertha Lavoie, 1979 (1); Irving Lazar, and others (letter soliciting contribution to establish Gardner Murphy Award Fund), 1975
Box 10, Folder 8 Lea & Febiger, 1971 (1); David E. Leary, 1979 (1); Walter Leatherich, 1985 (1); Robert Leblanc, 1974 (1); Jean-Marc Leclerc, Université de Montréal, 1976 (1); Joshua Lederberg, 1985-1988 (3); Lederle Laboratories Division, 1954 (1); Stephen Ledoux, 1993-1994 (2); Galen R. Lehman, 1984-1987 (2); Herschel W. Leibowitz, 1967-1989 (2); Clarence Leuba, 1967-1968 (2); Richard Leuba, 1989 (1); Gerald R. Levin, 1968 (1); Gustav Levine, 1970 (1); Saul Levine, et al., 1967 (1); Leon Levitt, 1968 (1); David K. Lewis, 1974-1975 (2); Paul Lewis, 1969-1970 (2); G.W.H. Leytham, 1967 (1); Libraries Unlimited, 1996 (1); Library of Congress, 1969 (1); Parker E. Lichtenstein, 1972 (1); R. B. Liddy, 1953 (1); Life Science Associates, 1972 (1); Dan Lilie, 1967-1974 (7)
Box 10, Folder 9 Leticia Sánchez Lima, 1974 (1); David S. Lindsay, 1985-1990 (2); John Linnell, 1967 (1); Thomas E. Linton, 1968 (1); Linwood Children’s Center, 1967 (1); Lewis P. Lipsitt, 1988-1993 (5); Kenneth Little, 1952 (1); Livraria Urobóros, 1989 (1); Kenneth E. Lloyd, 1966-1968 (2); Margaret Lloyd, 1978-1994 (3); Van Vorhees Lloyd, 1969-1986 (12); Kass Lockhart, 1979 (1); Irving Lorge, 1953 (1); Enrique Losa, 1992 (1); Richard Louttit, 1978 (1); Ivar Lovaas, 1969 (1); Eugene A. Lovelace, 1986 (1); William H. Lowry, 1989 (1); Paul H. Lu, 1974-1975 (2); Justin Lucian, 1976 (1); Wayne Ludvigson, 1973-1974 (2); Lumbermens Mutual & Casualty Co., 1942 (1); A.A. Lumsdaine, 1960 (1); Keith T. Lundell, 1981 (1); Ralph Lupich, 1984 (1); John R. Lutzker, 1985 (1); Gail Lynch, 1992 (1); David O. Lyon, 1974-1989 (9)
Box 10, Folder 10 Gerda P. McCahan, 1980 (1); Sue McCann, 1981 (1); T.E. McCann, 1986 (1); David McComb, 1975 (1); George W. McConkie, 1967 (1); Nan McCorkle, 1987 (1); Kenneth MacCorquodale, 1972-1984 (5); Ron McCrea, 1975 (1); Jane McCusker, 1976 (1); Gerard McDonnell, 1966-1969 (5); J. Barry McGannon, 1967 (1); McGill University, 1970-1977 (2); William J. McGill, 1961-1989 (10)
Box 10, Folder 11 McGraw-Hill, 1966-1989 (4); F.J. McGuigan, 1958-1995 (11); Wilbert J. McKeachie, 1969-1991 (2); John M. McKee, 1981 (2); Kate MacKinnon de Packard, 1976 (1); Margaret Borden McKinnon, 1985 (1); James S. McMichael, 1975 (2); Dennis McMullen, 1962 (1); Macalester College, 1967-1969 (3); MacMillan Company, 1967 (1); MacQuarie University, 1978 (2); Ma. Cristina Magallanes, 1976 (2); Pedro Maguiña, undated (1)
Box 10, Folder 12 Gabrielle Maillé, 1974 (1); Gail Oberlin Lynch Mansoldo, 1990 (1); Manitoba Behavior Modification Association, 1976 (4); Patricia Manning, 1980 (1); Anthony J.M. Marcattilio, 1985 (1); Stuart Margulies, 1967 (1); Kenneth A. Maroney, 1974 (2); Marquis Who’s Who, Inc., 1984 (2); Marriott Hotels, 1977 (1); Lenore Marti, 1966 (1); Garry Martin, 1972-1980 (11); John Martin, 1986 (1); Mary Catherine Martin, 1984 (1); William Martin, 1985-1986 (2)
Box 10, Folder 13 Maryland Psychological Association, Inc., 1980-1981 (5); Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968-1971 (5); Domingos Sabino de Matos, 1962 (1); Maria-Amelia Matos, 1962-1991 (9); Jerome E. Maurer, 1966 (1); Mayo Clinic, 1971 (2); Francis Mechner, 1961-1992 (4); Medal for Merit Board, 1948 (1); Paul E. Meehl, 1984 (1); Donald D. Megenity, 1972 (1); Nilce Pinheiro Mejias, 1969 (1)
Box 10, Folder 14 Maria Cecilia Mendes, 1979 (1); Maria Teresa Pacheco Mendes, 1966-1968 (7); M. David Merrill, 1969 (1); Charles Merbitz, 1979 (1); Meredith Publishing Company, 1962 (1); Merrill Publishing Company, 1988 (1); Gerald C. Mertens, 1964-1986 (15); Sylvia Mertens, 1966 (1); Leon V. Metcalf, 1986 (1); Carolyn Meyers, 1962-1965 (2); Lee Meyerson, 1967 (1);
Box 10, Folder 15 Jack Michael, 1965-1989 (8); Patricia Gordon Michael, 1987 (4); Michigan Department of Mental Health, 1969 (1); Michigan State University, 1970-1971 (2); Midwestern Association of Behavior Analysis (MABA), 1974-1978 (14); Gudrun Mihnich, 1964 (1)
Box 10, Folder 16 Carl Miller, 1975-1980 (8); James Miller, 1958 (1); Jay Miller, undated (1); Michael Miller, 1973 (1); Neal Miller, 1948-1985 (2); Miller and Fink Corporation, 1975 (1); Helen Mills, undated (1); Ministerio de Educacion, Lima, Peru, 1978 (1); Ministro de Estado da Educação, 1966 (1); Minneapolis Public Schools, 1972 (1); Donald E. Mintz, 1972 (1); Lucy Miskin, Copley Custom Publishing Group, undated (1); Cynthia Mitchell, undated (1)
Box 10, Folder 17 Yeganeh Modirzadeh, 1988-1989 (2); Montclair State College, 1969 (1); Montefiore Hospital, 1966 (2); Jay Moore, 1971-1981 (10); Melissa Moore, 1978 (1); Michael Moore, 1985 (1); Wesley G. Morgan, 1974 (1); Edward K. Morris, 1981-1995 (27); John P. Morris, 1964 (1); Joe Morrow, 1979 (1); William R. Morrow, 1971 (1); William Morse, 1958 (1); F. Rand Morton, 1976 (1); Miguel Mota, 1973 (1); Mount Holyoke College, 1967-1974 (2); Mount Royal Junior College, 1969 (1); Paul T. Mountjoy, 1977 (1); MSS Educational Publishing. Co., 1970-1985 (1)
Box 10, Folder 18 Conrad G. Mueller, 1964 (3); Katl Muenziger, 1949 (1); Fumio Mugishima, 1964 (2); Mark T. Muller, 1976 (2); Anne Mulvey, 1975 (2); Koji Mrata and Shigeru Ono, 1953 (1); Gardner Murphy, undated (5); Lois Murphy, undated (5); Matt Murphy, 1983-1994 (3); Ray and Anna Musgrave, 1957-1979 (7); Alyce Myers, 1960 (1)
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1 Marian Nadler, 1980 (2); Nivaldo Nale, 1987 (1); Gary B. Nallan, 1974 (1); Elizabeth (“Lib”) Nanney, 1979-1987 (16)
Box 11, Folder 2 Luiz Natalicio, 1968-1969 (3); National Academy of Sciences, 1988 (1); National Center for School and College Television, 1967 (1); National Institute of Education, 1975 (3); National Institutes of Health, 1976 (2); National Science Foundation, 1979 (1); National Security Agency, 1961 (1); National Society for Children and Adults With Autism, 1985 (2); Jose Santiago Naud, 1966 (2); Naval Medical Research Institute, 1970 (1); Naval Postgraduate School, 1975 (1); Lionel Nazaire, 1984 (1); Jean Nazzaro, 1964-1970 (3); J. Russell (“Russ”) Nazzaro, 1962-1977 (17)
Box 11, Folder 3 Nancy A. Neef, 1988 (1); Greg Neimeyer, 1995 (3); Terry Nelson, 1972-1991 (5); Toben Nelson, 1991-1992 (2); Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1979 (3); Anita Liberalesso Neri, 1994 (1); Joe and Mary Jo Nespodgary, 1980 (1); Frederic W. Ness, 1967-1973 (2); John (“Tony”) Nevin, 1970-1985 (5); The New England Center for Autism, Inc., 1991 (2); New York University, 1968-1971 (3); Newark State College, 1972 (1); Al Newton, 1938 (1); Bob Nichols, 1987 (1); Nichols Publishing Co., 1979 (1); Francis W. Niedenfuhr, 1974 (2); Ricjrad Niedringhaus, 1976 (1); Elwin C. Nielsen, 1968 (1); Haruo Nishinosono, 1979 (1)
Box 11, Folder 4 Elaine Nocks, 1979 (1); Martha Peláez Nogueras, 1990 (1); North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis, 1989-1994 (8); North Carolina Psychological Association, 1982 (1); Northeastern University, 1971-1980 (7); Northern California Association for Behavior Analysis, 1989 (1); Fay-Tyler Norton, 1965 (2); G. Ron Norton, 1968 (2); W.W. Norton, 1980-1981 (2); Fred Nothman, 1967 (1); Sam Notkin, 1960 (1); Joseph Notterman, 1977-1994 (14); Jack Nottingham, 1968 (1); Nova University, 1980 (1); Ivônio Barros Nunes, 1990 (1); Robert Nye, 1979 (1)
Box 11, Folder 5 Kermit (“Obie”) Oberlin, 1967-1972 (27)
Box 11, Folder 6 Kermit (“Obie”) Oberlin, 1973-1991 (34)
Box 11, Folder 7 O.A. Oeser, 1955 (4); Office of Mental Health, New York State Psychiatric Institute, 1990 (1); J. G. O’ Gorman, 1986 (1); Mairead O’Grady, 1993 (1); Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1974 (1); Charles Olander, 1987 (1); K. Daniel O’Leary, 1967 (1); Henry J. Oles, 1973 (1); Lourenco (“Luiz”) de Oliveira, 1964-1989 (13); Mariah Martha Hubner d’Oliveira, 1987-1992 (2); David Oliver, 1985-1993 (3); Gregory Olley, 1993 (1); Robert Ollman, 1969 (1); Jeffrey Olsen, 1977 (2); Roger Lee Olsen, 1969 (1); Joann O’Malley, 1984 (1); Charles O’Neil, 1967-1974 (2); Leonard J. Opeil, U.S. Navy, 1957 (2); Oregon Graduate Center for Study and Research, 1977 (1); Oregon State University, 1969 (1); Kathleen Orlando, 1994 (1); Jesse Orlansky, 1993 (2); J. Grayson Osborne, 1991 (1); Our Lady of the Lake University, 1978 (1); Tadasu Oyama, 1980 (1)
Box 11, Folder 8 Henry Paar, 1968 (1); PACE Learning Systems, Inc., 1988 (1); Kaye McKinnon de Pacheco, 1978-1979 (3); Pacific Northwest Association for College Physics (PNACP), 1968 (4); Pacific University, 1969 (1); Joel Painter, 1967 (1); Leonard Painter, 1920-1923 (4); David Palmer, 1992 (1); Juana M. Navarrete Palomo, 1975 (2v); David Palumbo, 1986 (1); Bill Palya, 1991? (1); PanAm, 1979 (1); Androulla PapaMichael, 1958 (1); Joseph Pappy, 1978 (2); Richard S. Paritzky, 1975 (1); J. Parlow, 1970 (1); Linda Parrott, 1987 (2); H. McIlvaine (“Mac”) Parsons, 1966-1993 (22)
Box 11, Folder 9 G.F. Paskusz, 1973 (1); G. Paton-Thomas, 1972 (1); Frank A. Pattie, 1975 (2); Patton State Hospital, 1964 (1); Bill Pavlik, 1973-1987 (2); Peace Corps, 1967 (1); Joe Pear, 1977-1988 (3); Judy Peavy, 1977 (1); Hermann Peine, undated (1); Margaret Pendergast, 1936 (1); Phil Pennington, 1970-1972 (6); Pergamon Press, 1977-1978 (8); Dan Perkins, 1973 (1); Joe Pettit, 1974 (1); E. Lakin Phillips, 1966 (3); John Phillips, 1964-1965 (2); Mike Phillips, undated (1); Phillips University, 1972 (4)
Box 11, Folder 10 Rosemary Pierrel, 1967 (1); William Piotrowski, 1971 (1); Plenum Publishing Corp., 1979 (2); Tjeerd Plomp, 1972 (1); Sr. Paula Plourde, 1969 (1); Richard Podagrosi, 1975 (1); Richard Policastro, 1993 (1); Joan Pollack, 1991 (1); Roger Poppen, 1975 (1); John Popplestone, 1969 (1); Portland State College, 1968 (1); Mwajabu K. Possi, 1993 (1); Sam N. Postlethwait, 1967-1982 (4); Carol Potter, 1985 (1); Kay Potter, 1985-1987 (2); Norman Potter, 1972-1974 (2); Marjorie Powell, 1943 (1); Mary Power, 1978 (2); Richard Powers, 1970 (2)
Box 11, Folder 11 Praeger Publishers, 1977 (1); Prairie View A & M College, 1969-1970 (2); Alison Pratt, 1987 (1); Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1974-1986 (26); Princeton University, 1979 (2)
Box 11, Folder 12 Program for the Multiply Handicapped, 1971 (1); Propulsion Engineering School, 1973 (1); Karen Pryor, 1993 (1); The Psychological Corporation, 1945 (1); The Psychological Record, 1964-1970 (6); Psychological Reports, 1957-1991 (28); Psychology Today, 1972-1984 (3)
Box 11, Folder 13 Antonio Puente, 1991-1992 (7); Donald Pumroy, 1990 (4); Purdue University, 1973-1982 (8); Joseph Purdy, 1974 (2); Lauren Putnam, 1977 (1); Queens College, 1966-1978 (8); Luiz Otavio de Seixas Queiroz, 1965-1969 (5); Ronald Quiroga, 1974-1975 (2)
Box 11, Folder 14 Radcliffe College, 1929 (1); Julie Ralph, 1971 (1); Ralph B. Carter Company, 1967 (1); Ralph Packer Insurance, 1967 (1); Ramey Base Schools, 1969 (2); Albert Ramirez, 1968 (1); Jose Leon Rangel Ramirez, 1966 (1); Douglas Ramsay, 1971-1989 (2); Random House, Inc., 1960-1986 (40)
Box 11, Folder 15 Vilve Raudik, 1975 (2); Wilbert S. Ray, 1968 (1); Rodeny E. Realon, 1994 (1); Reed College, 1967 (2); Ellen P. Reese, 1976-1995 (5); T.W. Reese, 1968 (1); Tish Reid, 1975-1977 (3); Allan G. Reitzes, undated(1); John W. Renfrew, 1976 (1); Research Press, 1974-1981 (25); Research Triangle Institute, 1981 (1); Research Triangle Society for Instructional Development, 1985 (2); Revista Interamericana De Psicología, 1967 (1); Sam Revusky, 1986 (1); Sandra Reyes, 1977 (1); Linda L. Reyher, 1984(1)
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1 Emilio Ribes, 1972-1991 (9); Marti Rice, 1987 (1); William S. Richards, 1969 (1); Richmond College, 1968-1970 (2); Mark Rilling, 1967 (1); Betty Riordan, 1981 (1); A.C. Robbins, undated (1); Claudia Roberts, 1991 (1); Arthur Robin, 1976 (1); Steve D. Robin, 1988 (1); Lewis Robins, 1956-1959 (24)
Box 12, Folder 2 Berol Robinson, 1971-1976 (2); Daniel Robinson, 1974-1986 (2); G. O. Robinson, 1978 (1); Maria Iñez Rocha e Silva, 1964-1981 (12); Mauricio Rocha e Silva, 1964-1977 (2); Rockefeller University, 1969 (1); Rachel Lisbôa Rodrigues, 1965-1987 (6); Cecil Rogers, 1967 (1); David Rogers, 1981-1985 (13)
Box 12, Folder 3 Joy Rogers, 1969-1974 (2); Liza Rogers, 1980-1981 (2); Spaulding Roger, 1945-1980 (17); Milton Rokeach, 1967 (1); Gary B. Rollman, 1970 (1); Dave Roper, 1979 (1); Brenda Rose, 1984 (1); Carter Rose, undated (1); Georgiana Ross, 1994 (1); Gregory Ross, 1981 (3); Fred Rowe, 1985 (1); Howard L. Roy, 1970 (2); Royal-Globe Insurance, 1965 (1)
Box 12, Folder 4 Floyd Ruch, 1938 (1); Roberto Ruiz, undated (1); Mark A. Runco, 1985 (1); Eugene L. Runyon, 1967 (1); Robert Ruskin, 1973-1984 (7); Rutgers University, 1982-1983 (6); Kristan Ryan, 1993 (1)
Box 12, Folder 5 Celso P. de Sá, 1987 (1); Saint Cloud College, 1971 (1); St. Joseph’s School for the Blind, 1989 (1); St. Paul’s College, 1973 (1); David Saladino, n.y. (1); Kurt Salzinger, 1969-1995 (5); Herbert W. Sammons, 1984 (1); San Diego State College, 1968 (1); Ed & Dot Sanford, 1980 (1); Stanley M. Sapon, 1983 (2); Saranac Lake Chamber of Commerce, 1983 (1); Bruce Sarbit, 1969 (1); S. Stansfield Sargent, 1984 (1); Paulo Sawaya, 1960-1961 (8), Halmuth Schaefer, 1971 (1); Bert Scharf, 1975 (1); Elaine Schenker, n.y. (1); Alexander F. Schilt, 1981 (1); Harold Schlosberg, 1950-1953 (3); Arq. J. Schnaider, 1985 (1); Susan Schneider, 1985 (1)
Box 12, Folder 6 William N. “Nat” Schoenfeld, 1944-1964 (43)
Box 12, Folder 7 William N. “Nat” Schoenfeld, 1965-1991 (46)
Box 12, Folder 8 Agnes Scholl, n.y. (1); Angela Schorr, 1988 (1); Steve Schroeder, 1985-1987 (3); Andrew Schultz, 1971 (2); Peter Schwartz, 1977-1978 (4); Scott, Foresman & Co., 1967-1975 (6)
Box 12, Folder 9 Peter Seer, 1970 (1); Evalyn (“Eve”) Segal, 1972-1989 (1); Ahmed Seif, 1982 (1); Stanley P. Seidman, 1968 (1); Clifford Seitz, undated (1); Robert Sekuler, 1969 (1); Selected Academic Readings, 1968 (1); Martin Seligman, 1976 (3); George Semb (see also Teaching Research Inc.), 1965-1994 (8); Harvey J. Sepler, 1980 (1); Francisco Fernandez Serra, 1991 (1); John Seward, 1969 (1); Will Sewell, 1968 (2); Richard Shagoury, 1986 (1); Roberta Shannon, 1984 (1); L. James Shapiro, 1969 (1); Amy Shaughnessy, n.y. (1); Karen A. Sherma, 1983 (1)
Box 12, Folder 10 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1961-1969 (29)
Box 12, Folder 11 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1970-1971 (31)
Box 12, Folder 12 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1972 (51)
Box 12, Folder 13 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1973-1979 (58)
Box 12, Folder 14 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1980-1984 (34)
Box 12, Folder 15 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1985-1988 (22)
Box 12, Folder 16 J. Gilmour (“Gil”) Sherman, 1990-1995 and undated (14)
Box 12, Folder 17 Sister Helen Shipman, 1968 (1); Ethel J. Shirk, 1970 (1); Edward J. Shoben, 1959 (1); Richard Shull, 1985-1994 (5)
Box 12, Folder 18 Murray Sidman, 1965-1994 (32)
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1 Michael Siegel, 1974-1975 (3); Paul Siegel, 1959-1994 (12); Maria Teresa & Francisco Aranjo Silva, 1968-1980 (2); Robert E. Silverman, 1969 (2); Gottlieb Simon, 1968-1969 (2); K.V. Simon, Bombay, 1989 (1); Simon & Schuster, 1980-1992 (3); Simposio sobre Midificación de la Conducta, 1978 (1); Robert Singer, 1971 (1); Henry L. Sisk, 1974 (1); N. Frank Six, 1971 (1)
Box 13, Folder 2 Dave Skaer, 1968-1969 (3); B.F. Skinner, 1947-1990 (14); Charles W. Slack, 1966 (1); Karl A. Slaikeu, 1980 (1); Lee R. Slatore, 1975 (1); Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 1974-1976 (3); Howard N. Sloane, 1964-1981 (7)
Box 13, Folder 3 Eugene Eaton “Gene” Smith, 1962-1975 (6); Frank Tupper Smith, Jr., 1973 (1); Michael Smith, 1979-1981 (3); Noel W. Smith, 1969-1970 (2)
Box 13, Folder 4 Norman Smith, 1947-1984 (41)
Box 13, Folder 5 Norman Smith, 1985-1986 (24)
Box 13, Folder 6 Norman Smith, 1987-1988 (31)
Box 13, Folder 7 Norman Smith, 1989 (15)
Box 13, Folder 8 Norman Smith, 1990-1991 (25)
Box 13, Folder 9 Norman Smith, 1992-1993 (31)
Box 13, Folder 10 Norman Smith, 1994-1996 and undated fragments (27)
Box 13, Folder 11 The Smithsonian Associates, 1974 (1); Arthur G. Snapper, 1969 (1); Social Science Research Council, 1968 (1); Social Security Administration, 1968 (1); Sociedad Inter-americana de Psicologia, 1975 (1); Sociedad Mexicana de Analisis de la Conducta, 1988 (1); Sociedade Brasileira Para O Progresso da Ciência, 1961-1996 (4); Sociedade de Psicologia de Ribeirão Preto, 1987-1989 (6)
Box 13, Folder 12 Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis, 1982-1994 (13); Society for the Behavioral Analysis of Culture, 1977 (6); Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1971-1994 (11); Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1947-1993 (5); South Carolina Gerontological Society, 1978 (2); South Carolina Psychological Association, 1979 (5); South Dakota State University, 1967 (1)
Box 13, Folder 13 Southeast Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, 1978 (1); Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis, 1984-1995 (25); Southeastern Psychological Association, 1984 (1); Southern California Conference on Behavior Modification, 1970-1979 (7); Southern Illinois University, 1965-1986 (9); Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1973 (1)
Box 13, Folder 14 Robert S. Spangler, 1989 (1); S. B.Sparber, 1979 (1); Special Child Publications, 1967 (1); Paulo Speller, 1972 (1); Bob Spencer, 1984 (1); Howard P. Spicer, 1971 (1); Kimm Spigelmire, undated (1); Steve Spira, 1972 (1); Springfield College, 1967 (1); Jan Spurlin, undated (1); Will Spykers, 1979 (1); Brian Stabler, 1968 (1); John Staddon, 1989-1995 (4); Walter C. Stanley, 1971-1986 (3); State of Alabama Department of Public Health, 1959 (1); Jack Staton, 1970 (1); D. B. Steinman, 1953 (1); Jennifer Stewart, undated (2); John Stewart, 1987-1988 (2)
Box 13, Folder 15 James E. “Jim” Stice, 1969-1978 (33)
Box 13, Folder 16 Eugene H. Stivers, 1969 (2); Larry Stoddard, 1983-1993 (2); Stony Brook (State University of New York at), 1969-1981 (9); Stephanie Stolz, 1984-1988 (4); Betty Stossi, 1955 (1); Judith E. Stowe, 1977 (1); Ruth Strang, 1958 (1); Mark H. Stratton, 1973 (1); Student Recorder, 1987 (1); Students of SCEP Y160, 1973 (1)
Box 13, Folder 17 Concepción Suárez, 1974 (1); Paul Suich, 1983 (1); Stephen Suich, 1982 (1); Beth Sulzer-Azaroff, 1983-1984 (2); Mark L. Sundberg, 1987-1991 (4); Surrey Place Centre, undated (1); Anne Wilderma Sussbaum, undated (1); Daniel M. Sussman, 1978 (2); Frances F. Switt, 1965 (1); Symposium on Analysis and Integration of Behavioral Units, 1984 (4); Symposium on Behavior Modification, (5 from Emilio Ribes) 1971-1978 (10); Syracuse University, 1938-1939 (2); Leonard L. Szpara, 1982 (1)
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1 Nanci Tabashneck, n.y. (1); William E. Tanner, 1985 (1); Tasmanian College of Advanced Education, 1973-1977 (3); Edward Taub, 1964-1968 (3); Hilary Taub, 1994 (1); Murray Tawil, 1985 (1); Byron M. Taylor, 1973-1976 (6); Gene Taylor, 1977 (1); Kenneth E. Taylor, 1968 (1); H. Lyndon Taylor, 1966 (1)
Box 14, Folder 2 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA), 1965-1994 (4); Teaching of Psychology, 1974-1985 (4); Teaching Research, Inc., 1982-1988 (17); TPC Training Systems (Technical Publishing Company), 1976 (1)
Box 14, Folder 3 Antônio de Souza Teixeira, 1967 (1); Temple Buell College, 1970 (1); Temple University, 1967 (1); Tenafly High School, 1955-1959 (2); Tenafly Mutual Savings and Loan Association, 1958 (1); Tennessee Association of Behavior Analysts, 1987-1988 (3); Michael Terman, 1976 (3); Herb S. Terrace, 1970-1974 (2); Jim Terlyne, 1968 (1); Dudley Terrell, 1985 (1); Texas Christian University, 1972-1973 (11); Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1976 (1)
Box 14, Folder 4 Nina Joan Thayer, 1977 (1); The International Behavioral Association, 1991-1992 (3); They Speak For Themselves, 1959 (1); Wagner Thielens, 1971 (2); Dennis Thompson, 1993 (1); Travis Thompson, 1971 (1); Solveig Thomson, 1967 (1); Fred Thorne, 1949 (2); Gaylord Thorne, 1967 (1); John M. Throne, 1967 (1); Marika Tiggemann, 1986 (1); Thomas J. Tighe, 1981-1982 (2); Tiercel Books, 1992 (1); Jim Todd, 1987-1995(11)
Box 14, Folder 5 João Claudio Todorov, 1965-1991 (14); Gary Tollman, 1967-1970 (10); Edward C. Tolman, 1937-1938 (2); Tom Tombaugh, 1971 (1); Carole Torrance, undated (1)
Box 14, Folder 6 Susan Tracy, 1968 (1); Kathleen Traines, 1970 (1); Training-Feedback Seminar, 1968 (4); Neil Trainor, 1987 (1); Travel Associates, 1991 (1); Richard Treffeisen, 1982-1985 (2); Elizabeth F. Trent, 1971-1972 (2); Trinity College, 1968 (1); Nancy Triplett, 1990 (1); Garrett Troff, 1964 (1); Paul R. Trumpler, 1986 (3)
Box 14, Folder 7 Tufts University, 1924-1992 (26); Tulane University, 1937-1938 (2); Judy Tulchin, 1982 (1); Bill Turner, 1977-1989 (4); Harriet Benson Turner, 1968 (1); Ralph Turner, 1969 (1); Saul Turteltaub, 1991 (1)
Box 14, Folder 8 Michael J. Uhes, 1969 (1); Roger Ulrich, 1968-1990 (11); Hachizo Umezu, 1963-1969 (2); Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, 1974 (1); United Nations, 1964 (1); U.S. Army (award of Certificate of Merit), 1948 (1); U.S. Congress, 1982 (1); U.S. Navy, 1952 (3); U.S. Office of Education, 1966 (1); Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1974 (1); Universidad Autonoma del Edo. de Morelos, 1973 (1); Universidad Del Valle de Mexico, 1991 (1)
Box 14, Folder 9 Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, 1978-1979 (11); Universidad Veracruzana, 1975 (1); Universidade de Brasília, 1964-1987 (4); Universidade de São Paolo, 1961-1989 (14)
Box 14, Folder 10 Université de Moncton, 1969 (1); Université de Montréal, 1976-1977 (2); University of Arizona, 1965-1968 (6); University of Bridgeport, 1967 (1); University of California, Berkeley, 1965 (1); University of California, Los Angeles, 1974-1978 (4); University of California, San Diego, 1975 (1); University of California, San Francisco, 1973 (1); University of California, Santa Cruz, 1974 (1); University of Canterbury (New Zealand), 1980 (1); University of Chicago, 1972-1975 (3); University of Colorado, 1962-1967 (2); University of Corpus Christi, 1973 (1); University of Delaware, 1962 (1); University of Florida, 1982-1985 (3)
Box 14, Folder 11 University of Hawaii, 1981 (1); University of Houston, 1966-1981 (7); University of Illinois, 1977-1978 (4); University of Kansas, 1979-1990 (5); University of Maine at Machias, 1985 (1); University of Maine at Orono, 1968 (1); University of Manitoba, 1972-1976 (2); University of Maryland, 1967 (2); University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1985 (1); University of Miami, 1966 (1); University of Michigan, 1966-1971 (2); University of Minnesota, 1965-1972 (6); University of Mississippi, 1981 (1); University of Missouri, 1988 (2)
Box 14, Folder 12 University of Nebraska, 1975 (1); University of New Hampshire, 1970-1994 (8); University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1981-1993 (10); University of North Carolina, Charlotte, 1981 (4); University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 1982-1987 (11); University of North Carolina, Wilmington, 1987-1991 (4)
Box 14, Folder 13 University of Oregon, 1969 (1); University of Oxford, 1971 (1); University of Pittsburgh, 1968 (1); University of Redlands, 1974 (3); University of Sheffield, England, 1967 (1); University of South Carolina, 1979 (2); University of South Florida, 1970 (1); University of Tennessee, 1970 (1); University of Texas at Austin, 1966-1981 (10); University of Texas at El Paso, 1971 (1); University of Texas of the Permian Basin, 1972 (1); University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School at Dallas, 1971 (1); University of the South, 1967 (1); University of Utah, 1969 (1); University of Victoria, Canada, 1976 (1); University of Virginia, 1968 (1); University of Western Ontario, 1931 (3); University of Winnipeg, 1969 (1); University of Wisconsin, 1962 (1); Upper Midwest Regional Educational Laboratory, 1970 (2); Utah State University, 1970 (1)
Box 14, Folder 14 Mark Van Doren, 1969 (1); Jennie Van Drimmelan, 1968 (1); Larry Van Dyne, 1976 (1); Frans Van Haaren, 1976-1985 (2); Gilles van Luybelaar, 1976 (1); Nicholas Van Matre (Navy Personnel and Development Center), 1979 (2); E.A. van Trotsenburg, 1977 (1); Vanderbilt University, 1947-1991 (6); Vanier College Media Resource Centre, Montreal, 1974 (1); Jaime and Carmen Vargas, 1991 (1); Julie Skinner Vargas, 1973-1995 (28); Margaret Vaughan, 1987 (1); Dr. Zeferino Vaz, 1966 (1)
Box 14, Folder 15 Antonio “Tony” Vecchione, 1991 (1); Héctor Ayala y Velázquez, 1988 (1); Dora Fix Ventura, 1967-1969 (3); Anneke Verhave, undated (2); Thom Verhave, 1967 (1); John Vernon, 1976 (3); Veterans Administration, 1931-1932 (4); Cecilia Vilela, undated (2); E. Edgar Vinacke, 1967 (1); Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1967-1979 (10); Louis de Visser, 1971 (1); John Volkmann, 1943 (1); Voorhees College, 1977-1978 (4)
Box 14, Folder 16 Frances Wacker, 1989 (1); Sue Walen, 1970 (1); C. Eugene Walker, 1971 (1); Patricia Walkowicz & George Semb, 1984 (1); Julie Waller, 1976 (1); Walter Reed Institute of Research, 1961-1965 (2); Barbara Wanchisen, 1991 (1); War Department, 1931-1946 (2); Marjorie Ward, 1993 (2); Warner Modular Publications, Inc., 1973 (1); Washington State University, 1968-1969 (3); James B. Watson, 1989 (1); John B. Watson, 1926 (1); Fritz Weidner, 1967 (1); Ruth Weinstein, 1974 (1); Robert Weisman, 1973 (1); Marian Weiss, 1976-1977 (2); George Werntz, Jr., 1957 (2); West Virginia University, 1976-1986 (10); Richard West, 1968 (1); Western Australia Institute of Technology, 1974 (1); Western College for Women, 1968 (1); Western Illinois University, 1971 (2)
Box 14, Folder 17 Western Michigan University, 1969-1985 (28); Westinghouse Learning Corporation, 1967-1968 (3)
Box 14, Folder 18 Judi Whalley, 1969 (1); John Whelan, 1971 (1); Paul White, 1967 (1); Sheldon White, 1987 (1); Whitman College, 1974 (1); The Whispering Pines (Bowdoin College Alumni Newsletter), 1973 (1); Daniel Wiener, 1988 (4); Nils Wiklander, 1987 (3); Bill Wieberger, 1974-1975 (2); Karl Wilbur, undated (1); John Wiley and Sons, 1972 (1); Jeanné Williams, undated (1); Johanna Williams, 1982 (2); Larry Williams, 1976-1983 (3)
Box 14, Folder 19 Lucía Williams, 1976-1989 (8); Margaret Williams, 1971 (1); Mary Williams, 1984 (1); Norman Williams, 1971 (1); Robert Williams, 1978 (2); A. P. Williamson, 1975 (2); Paul Wilson, undated (1); Wilson College, 1970-1971 (9)
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1 Margarida H. “Maggi” Windholz, 1968-1992 (23); Charles Windle, 1958-1971 (2); Winthrop College, 1978 (5); Wisconsin State University, Whitewater, 1968 (1); Paul J. Wisch, 1976 (1); Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1967-1970 (2); Donald Witters, 1969-1971 (3)
Box 15, Folder 2 Dael Wolfle, 1951-1964 (5); Bill Wolking, 1991 (2); W. Scott Wood, 1967-1992 (10); Robert S. Woodworth, 1946 (1); James Woolcock, 1983 (1); World Congress on Behavior Therapy, 1979 (1); Robert Wozniak, 1984 (2); G. Gilbert Wrenn, 1966 (1); Anthony Wright , 1970 (1); Kathy Wright, undated (1); Mary Louise Wright, 1975 (1); Daniel Wulbert, 1969 (1); W. Joseph Wyatt, 1986 (1); Louis Wynne, 1969 (1)
Box 15, Folder 3 Samuel Yaffe, 1977 (1); Sherman Yen, 1971-1990 (14); Robert Yerkes, 1938-1949 (2); Norman Yetman, 1976 (1); York University, Ontario, 1970 (2); Berenice Carmen Young, 1978 (1); Virginia and Clare Young, 1965-1990 (25); Adella & Dick Youtz, 1979 (2); Lea Yulevich, 1985 (2); Ronald Zellner, 1986 (1); Steven Zifferblatt, 1968 (1); Donald Zimmerman, 1960 (1)
Box 15, Folder 4 Unidentified A-J by first name: Alejandra, undated (1); Betty & June (1); Betty W., 1990 (1); Bia and Luis, 1995 (1); Bunny, 1971 (1); Caty, 1972 (1); Chas (1); Connie (1); Courtney, 1936 (1); Cynthia, undated (1); Daphne, undated (1); Dave, 1970 (1); Dave, 1978 (1); Dave, undated; David (1); Dick & Barb, 1987 (1); Dick, 1974 (2); Dick, 1987 (1); Don, 1955 (2); Ducenea, 1989 (1); Ellie, 1979 (1); Fred, undated (1); Freddy, 1989 (1); Greg, 1977 (1); Hap/Peg, 1978-1985 (3); Helen, 1978 (1); another Helen, 1985 (1); Herb, 1985; Jack?, 1987 (1);Jesse, 1985 (1); Joe, 1962 (1); another Joe, 1985 (1); John, 1959 (1); another John, 1976 (1); another John, 1973 (1); Judy, 1982 (1); Julia, undated (1); Julie Christine, undated(1)
Box 15, Folder 5 Unindentified L-Z by first name: Lelah (cousin), 1970 (1); Len, 1991 (1); another Len, undated (1); Lucie, 1988 (1); Lynette and Charles, 1993 (1); Maria, 1965-1989 (2); Marjory, 1979 (1); Mary Carol, 1966-1973 (2); Mel(?), undated (1); Michael (3); Mike (grandson) (1); Mircyita, 1993? (1); Nancy, 1970 (2); Nedra, 1982 (1); Norma, 1969 (1); Paul, 1953 (1); Paul, 1973 (2); another Paul, 1977 (1); Randy, 1976 (1); Reed, undated (1); Rhonda & Dan, 1992 (1); Roy, 1975 (1); Russell, 1971? (1); Ryan, 1985 (1); Scott, undated (1); Sherman, 1989 (1); Silvia, 1965 (1); Simão, undated (1); Stephanie, 1984 (1); Steve, 1987 (1); Stuart, undated (1);Thomas, 1970-1987 (2)
Box 15, Folder 6 Unidentified: no first name, indecipherable first name, and various (30)

Subseries C: By Others to Others

Box 15, Folder 7 Air Corps Technical Training Command to: School of Education, Penn State College, Feb 18, 1942

Carol Ammons, editor Psychological Reports to: Dr. John Barlow, Earlham College, May 26, 1960; Dr. Jon Roeckelein, Mesa Community College, AZ, Nov 4, 1971; Dr. O. Glenn Geiger, University of South Florida, Tampa FL, Dec 12, 1975; Dr. Douglas Anger, University of Missouri-Columbia, MI, Dec 22, 1975; Dr. Sherman Ross, Howard University, Oct 17, 1983; Dr. A. Toy Caldwell-Gilbert, Indiana State University, July 8, 1991

Douglas Anger to: Edward Anderson, June 12, 1990

Association for Behavior Analysis, Shery Chamberlain, Chairperson, Program Committee to: Ricardo Gorayeb, April 11, 1986

Robert Berryman to: Carolina Bori, Sept 30, 1965 and undated

Robert Berryman to: Thom Verhave, Jan 12, 1968

Carolina Bori to: Robert Berryman, Sept 29, 1965

David Born to: James Stice, Aug 1, 1975

Joseph Brady to: Thomas Pullen, Maryland State Superintendent of Education, Aug 10, 1962

Robert Bush to: William McGill, President, Columbia University, Sept 24, 1970

Harry L. Case to: The Editor, The News and Observer, Raleigh NC, Nov 13, 1987

Harry L. Case to: James B. Hunt, Jr., Raleigh NC, Aug 30, 1989

Charles Catania to: Alex Kugushev, Oct 17, 1981; Dave, Apr 27, 1991

Colgate University to: Donald A. Laird, Apr 25, 1933

Congreso Interamericano de Psicologia, Dr. José Antonio Sánchez to: Charels Ferster, June 14, 1974

Donald Cook to: B.F. Skinner, March 5, 1980

Box 15, Folder 8 John Davis to: Robert Epstein, Nov 15, 1983

Richard Lee Deering to: Ruth H. Cousins, Executive Secretary, Psi Chi, June 7, 1962

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C. to: Paul Siegel, June 23, 1960 and Sept 20, 1960; Frank Rose, President, University of Alabama, 1959

Jim Dinsmoor to: Paul Siegel, July 25, 1955

Peggy Dority to: Paul Chance, Sept 19, 1984

Laura Dorow to: Douglas Weldon Nov 20, 1990

David Eckerman to: B.F. Skinner, Mar 12, 1991

David Eckerman to: Toben Nelson, July 25, 1989

David Eckerman to: Margaret C. Woodbury, Feb 18, 1995

Robert Epstein to: Andrew Tang, Feb 7, 1983; John Staddon, Aug 9, 1983

Box 15, Folder 9 Frank Farley to: Kurt Salzinger, May 24, 1991

Mário G. Ferri to: Dr. Antonio Barros de Ulhôa Cintra, Sept 11, 1961

Charles Ferster to: Thomas Pullen, State Superintendent, Maryland State Department of Education, Oct 17, 1962

Paul Fields to: B.F. Skinner, July 26, 1973

Emerson Foukle to: Edward Cobb, Oct 13, 1981

Howard Gallup to Robert W. Allan, July 25, 1998

Howard Gallup to Frances Keller, July 26, 1998 (2)

Ronald Gentile to: Stanley Cramer, Oct 2, 1984; John —?, undated

Georgetown University (Aloysius P. Kelley, Exec. V-P for Academic Affairs) to: Dan Robinson, Nov 11, 1974

Thomas F. Gilbert to: Paul Siegel, Oct 6, 1959; Luther Callahan, Comptroller, University of Alabama, Oct 21, 1959; Dr. John McKee, n.d.

John S. Gilson to: Gabriel Della-Piana, April 1, 1968

Mario Giordano to: J. Gil Sherman, Aug 5, 1974 and Nov 21, 1974

Eleanor and Sheldon Glueck to: Charles Slack, n.d.

Marcel Goldschmid to: Scott Wood, March 23, 1970

Ben Green to: Mary Lou Sherman, Oct 28, 1968; Ed —?, March 9, 1975; James Stice, Sept 25, 1975; Amy —?, Aug 30, n.y.

Box 15, Folder 10 Donna Haverly to: Paul Chance, Dec 4, 1984

Ralph Hefferline to: Arthur Bachrach, May 2, 1964

Susan Hereford to James Stice, Dec 9, 1974

E. Tory Higgins, et al., Columbia University to: unidentified, July 31, 1996

Indiana Business College (C.T. Butz, President) to: Paul Chance, Oct 17, 1984

Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis (JABA) to: William C. Sheppard, Nov 10, 1969

Paul Johnston to: Robert Felix, Director, National Institute of Mental Health, July 12, 1960

Allen Jossey-Bass to: Michael Terman, May 18, 1981

Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Mary Louise Sherman, Business Mgr. to: Julie Paulson, College Editor, Burgess Publishing Company, March 28, 1969; Barry Beyer, June 5, 1977

Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, C. Michael mellor, Senior Editor to: Edward Cobb, Nov 12, 1981

The Honorable Dan A. Kimball, Secretary of the Navy to: President Eisenhower, April 11, 1952

Kathleen Lahti to: Paul Chance, Aug 28, 1984

Donald Laird to: Dean Thruber, April 19, 1933 (recommends that Keller receive a salary increase)

Phil C. Lange to: Dr. Irma Salas, Sept 14, 1961

Cedric Larson to: Lib Nanney, June 4, 1979

Judith LeBlanc, Centro de Educacion Especial Ann Sullivan to: Mark Wolery, Feb 6, 1994

Margaret Lloyd to: Margaret Agathon, Nov 5, 1984

Cornelius Loew to: Paul Mountjoy, Jan 26, 1970

Box 15, Folder 11 Wilbert McKeachie to: President James Miller, Western Michigan University, Sept 16, 1970

James McMichael and Jeffrey Corey to: Laura Rich, W.A. Benjamin, Inc. Oct 8, 1973

Edward Martin to: Brenda Rawles, Psychology Today, Aug 20, 1984

Maryland State Dept. of Education to: Dr. Joseph Brady, Nov 9, 1962; Dr. Charles Ferster, Jan 14, 1963 and March 11, 1963

William Marston to: American Field Service Fellowships for French Universities, Dec 14, 1928 (recommendation for Keller)

Paul Mountjoy to: Cornelius Loew, Jan 22, 1970

Terry F. Nelson to: Wilbert McKeachie, March 13, 1970

Frederic Ness to: Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C., April 16, 1975

John Nevin to: Robert Epstein, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, Oct 12, 1983

M. Elise De Seixas Queiroz to: Luis Otávio de Seixas Queiroz, Feb 6, 1971

S.N. Postlethwait to: Edward Cobb, May 21, 1979

R[odolfo Azzi?] to: Gil Sherman, Aug 4, 1972

Darcy Ribeiro, Reitor, Universidade de Brasilia to: Carolina Martuscelli (Bori), Sept 17, 1962

Daniel Robinson to: Mac Parsons, Nov 21, 1975; Rev. J. Donald Freeze, Aug 31, 1988

Robert Ruskin, Editor, Journal of Personalized Instruction to: Dr. Peter Schwartz, Sept 13, 1977

Harold Schlosberg to: Arthur Bachrach, March 26, 1964

Edward W. Schneider to: Dan –?, June 1, 1989

Harold Schuckman to: Gad Hakerem, Oct 23, 1970

Russell Seibert to: Frederick Gault, Dec 2, 1971 (includes letter from Margarida Windholz to Seibert, Nov 23, 1971)

George Semb to: James Stice, Sept 11, 1975

Box 15, Folder 12 J. Gilmour Sherman to: Montrose Wolf, March 25, 1968; Louise Knight, W.A. Benjamin, Inc., Oct 10, 1973 and Oct 19, 1973; Dean Joseph Pettit, Georgetown University, Oct 23, 1974 (includes Keller’s letter of resignation); Mac Parsons, Nov 21, 1975

Paul Siegel to: Charles Slack, Dec 1, 1959; James Osberg, Dec 14, 1959; Dr. Louis Wienckowski, National Institute of Mental Health, May 17, 1960; Robert Felix, Director, National Institute of Mental Health, July 11, 1960

B.F. Skinner to: Edward Cobb, Feb 12, 1974

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale to: Robert Epstein, Nov 23, 1983

Murray Tawil to: Paul Chance, Nov 12, 1984

Edward C. Tolman to: Dana Ferrin, Appleton-Century Co., n.d.

Paul Trumpler to: Bartlett Giamatti, Yale University, May 26, 1981; Charles Bockelman, Yale University, Aug 31, 1981

University of Alabama, Frank Rose, President, to: Robert Felix, Director, National Institute of Mental Health, Dec 8, 1959 and Jan 22, 1960

University of Alabama, Harry Bonham, Dean of Administration to: Dean Marten ten Hoor, College of Arts & Sciences, Dec 15, 1959

Various to: President Kenneth G. Ryder, Northeastern University, Feb 17-20, 1981 re: imminent closure of the Psychology Learning Center

Marian Weiss to: Hilary Appleton, University of Manitoba, Jan 18, 1976 (re: grade distribution and the Keller Plan yielding too many “A”s. This not to the university’s liking.)

Western Michigan University to: Wayne Fox, HumRRO, Jan 24, 1968

Western Michigan University (Frank Jamison, Director of Television Services) to: Roger Ulrich, Oct 9, 1969

Larry Williams to: Dr. H. Bradbury, University of Winnipeg, Aug 25, 1975

Xerox Company to: Robert Ruskin, April 10, 1974

Yale University, Bartlett Giamatti, President to: Paul Trumpler, June 16, 1981

Yale University, Charles Bockelman to: Paul Trumpler, Aug 27, 1981

Janell to: Jack Michael, undated

Janell to: Jack Michael, undated

Unidentified (Paul Mountjoy?) to: unidentified – maybe just a note to self, March 13, 1970 re: Keller’s decision to resign from Western Michigan University – later reversed?)

Unidentified to: Clarence N. Graham, Dept. of Psychology, Columbia University, March 18, 1957

Box 15, Folder 13 Correspondence between Olgierd Celinski and various others, 1958-1964 (25)
Box 15, Folder 14 Morse Code correspondence, 1941-1944 (17)

Series II: Oral Presentations (arranged chronologically), 1927-1985

(3 Boxes)

Box 15
Box 15, Folder 15 “Recapitulation.” 1924. 1pp. fragment

“Physics From The Standpoint of Watson.” 1927. For a course with Tooland at Harvard.

Box 15, Folder 16 Notes on talk at Brown University, Feb 18, 1942
Box 15, Folder 17 CHI talk, UCLA, July 1, 1948
Box 15, Folder 18 Saratoga Lions Club, 1949
Box 15, Folder 19 City editors, American Press Institute, March 27, 1950
Box 15, Folder 20 Talk to Yale Colloquium, May 9, 1951
Box 15, Folder 21 Clinical Reference in an Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum, University of Western Ontario, 1952
Box 15, Folder 22 Order versus Confusion in the First Course, 1953
Box 15, Folder 23 University of Western Ontario, 1954

“Colgate, Hamilton, and possibly Hollins talks,” 1958

Box 15, Folder 24 Talk given to TC group, 1959

“Bryan and Harter Revisited.” Talk given at Mount Holyoke, 1950s

Box 15, Folder 25 Paper: Discussion of “Automated Teaching,” American Psychological Association, Chicago, Sept 1960

“Recalled To Life.” Convocation address, Earlham College, Oct 18, 1960 (2 copies)

Box 15, Folder 26 Programmed Instruction, 1961 (in Portuguese)

Reconquistado Para Vida” (“Recalled To Life”) (in Portuguese)

Box 15, Folder 27 Talk on Psychopharmacology at Catholic University, 1961 (in Portuguese)

Untitled draft of paper, “Há cinco semanas…” (in Portuguese)

Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1 Notes for a presentation at Dupont, 1962
Box 16, Folder 2 Un Curso de Psicologia Individualizado, Universidade de Brasilia, April 1963 (in Portuguese)

“A Personal Course in Psychology.” Paper read at Philadelphia meeting of the American Psychological Association, August 31, 1963

Box 16, Folder 3 “Reinforcement Theory and Programmed Education.” Paper read at the International Conference on Programmed Instruction and Teaching Machines in West Berlin, Germany, July 9-15, 1963
Box 16, Folder 4 “New Reinforcement Contingencies in the Classroom?” Paper read at the Chicago meetings of the American Psychological Association, Sept 1965

“A Crise da Universidade de Brasilia.” Oct 14, 1965 (in Portuguese)

Box 16, Folder 5 Outline notes for a talk on the development of psychology, Feb 1966

“Comments on The Experimental Analysis of Behavior As A Systematic Approach To Teaching Psychology.” Paper delivered at the New York Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Sept 4, 1966

“PSI – Its History and Its Future.” 1966-1967

Box 16, Folder 6 “Neglected Rewards in the Educational Process.” 23rd annual meeting of the American Conference of Adacdemic Deans, Los Angeles, CA, Jan 16, 1967, 32pp. text. 2 copies

Notes for a talk at the University of Arizona, March 1, 1967

Notes for a talk to counselors, Arizona State University, April 3, 1967

“Competition,” notes for a talk at Arizona State University, April 25, 1967, not given

Fragment of a talk about improved methods of teaching elementary psychology given to Wells Hively’s class in Minnesota, 1966 or 1967

Box 16, Folder 7 “On Behavior Modification.” Remarks made at the Chicago meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, May 8, 1969

“Bridging the Student-Teacher Gap.” Kalamazoo College, Dec 2, 1969

Outline for two talks on bridging the student-teacher gap. C.W. Post Center, Queens, Dec 9 and 10, 1969 and Indiana University, South Bend, Dec 18, 1969

Box 16, Folder 8 Introductory remarks made on the occasion of a “Special Symposium in Memory of William Wallace Cumming: Complex Stimulus Control” held at the 41st Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Atlantic City, April 3, 1970

“Science Teaching Will Be Better in the Seventies.” Paper read at the 137th meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Dec 29, 1970

Part I of Emerging Education: Talk given at Billy V. Koen’s 1970 workshop at Ohio State University, 1970

Box 16, Folder 9 Remarks made at the American Psychological Association symposium on “Personalized Instruction: a symposium in honor of Fred Keller,” Washington, D.C., Sept 3-7, 1971
Box 16, Folder 10 Brazilian report, 1972

“A Community Learning Center (A Dream).” Feb 10, 1972

“From The Learning Laboratory to the Schoolroom.” Paper presented at an international conference on the learning process in relation to education, Centro Europeo Dell’Educazione, Villa Falconieri, Frascati, Rome, Italy, Sept 25-Oct 1, 1972, 18pp, typed. 2 copies

Box 16, Folder 11 “Vale!” Jan 1973

“Texas Talk.” University of Texas at Austin, 1973

Notes for a lecture given to Selby Evan’s class, Nov 20, 1973

Box 16, Folder 12 Untitled talk delivered at Texas Christian University, 1973 (17pp, missing p.2 and end of paper)
Box 16, Folder 13 Talk about the benefits of retirement at the U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute, Sept 5, 1974

“Comments On A College Reunion,” 1974

“Behavior Modification and Closed Institutions.” Talk delivered at Reston, VA, 1974

“Ralph Franklin Hefferline, 1910-1974.” Comments made at a memorial service at St. Paul’s Chapel of Columbia University, March 28, 1974

Box 16, Folder 14 “Undergraduate Pyschology in the Twenties.” Speaker’s address at the Third Annual Initiation of new members into the Georgetown University chapter of Psi Chi, Jan 23, 1975
Box 16, Folder 15 Notes for talk on “Early Reinforcement Theory at Columbia” delivered at American University, March 7, 1975

Introductory remarks made at 47th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association on William J. McGill, President of Columbia University, invited speaker, New York City, April 22-24, 1976

“My Experiences With Fred Skinner.” Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, May 3, 1976, 7pp typed

“Things That I Tried To Say At The Testimonial Dinner.” International Conference on Behavior Modification in the Community, July 23, 1976, 2 copies

Box 16, Folder 16 “A Vison of Community Development.” Talk delivered at a conference on behavior modification at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 24, 1976. Final draft 5pp. typed; early draft 8pp.

EC-IBR commencement address on educational reform, 1976?

Box 16, Folder 17 “Behavior Analysis in the Forties at Columbia.” Talk given at the 3rd Annual Convention Banquet of MABA, Chicago, May 16, 1977. 18pp, typed, 2 different drafts and a fragment

“Instructional Technology and Educational Reform.” Paper presented at the conference on Behavioral Research and Technology in Higher Education, University of Pittsburgh, Sept 1977

Box 16, Folder 18 “Response to An Award” (APA Distinguished Contribution for Applications in Psychology), Aug 1977, 27pp, typed
Box 16, Folder 19 “Notes on Personalized Instruction and Educational Reform.” Talk delivered at the VIII Symposium of Behavior Modification held in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb 22-25, 1978. 2 different versions, 5pp and 7pp, typed

Comments made during the intermission at the VIII Symposium of Behavior Modification held in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb 22-25, 1978, 10pp, handwritten notes

“The Quarrel,” a script of “a happening” (comical) involving Fred Keller and Burrhus Skinner at the Annual Dinner of the Association for Behavioral Analysis, Chicago, May 15, 1978, 8pp

Draft of talk on education, 15pp, handwritten notes. “Save for Taiwan” written across top.

Box 16, Folder 20 “Behavior Analysis in the Fifties at Columbia.” Talk given at the 4th Annual Convention Banquet of MABA, Chicago, May 15, 1978. 13pp, typed. Four differnt drafts

Comments made at the opening of the Lima Conference, Aug 1978, 1p, typed

Box 16, Folder 21 “Thoughts on Pedagogical Reform.” Talk given at East Stroudsburg State College, April, 1978. 22pp, typed
Box 16, Folder 22 “Applied Behaviorism Since John Watson.” Talk delivered at Furman University, April 6, 1979. 21pp, typed. 2 copies. Also a handwritten draft.

“Vanishing Cream and A Sentimental Journey.” Talk delivered at the Annual Banquet of the Association for Behavioral Analysis, June 18, 1979. 12pp, typed

Box 16, Folder 23 Remarks made at University of South Carolina at Aiken, 1979. 4pp, typed

“Ruminations on Retirement.” (“Next to last draft” written across top), 1979? 11pp, typed. 2 copies

Notes for IRA talk, Aiken, S.C. 1979? 1p, handwritten

Untitled talk on behavioral principles, MPA, Chicago, late 1970s. 5pp, typed

“Strategies of Behavioral Intervention into the Field of Education.” Association for Behavioral Analysis meeting, late 1970s. 7pp, typed

Box 16, Folder 24 “Personalized Instruction and the Handicapped.” Undelivered paper written for Italy, early 1980s. 20pp, typed

“Confessions of a Born-Again Teacher.” Talk delivered at Georgia State University, May 23, 1980. 21pp, typed. 2 copies

“Getting-Old Behavior.” Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Nov 19, 1980. 14pp, typed

Box 16, Folder 25 Untitled talk on programmed instruction, Windsor, Ontario, Jan 1980. 3pp, typed

“Response to the Award of an Honorary Doctorate by Western Michigan University,” April 19th, 1980. 3pp. typed. 4 copies

“On Unifying Innovations.” Comments made at an Honors Symposium held during the 12th Annual Meeting of the International Congress for Individualized Instruction, Windsor University, Windsor, Ontario, Oct 31, 1980. 6pp, typed, 2 different versions

Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1 “Why The First Grade Should Come First.” Comments made at a symposium on “Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSI) and Elementary Education” at the 7th Annual Convention of the ABA Milwaukee, WI, May 28, 1981. 8pp, typed.

“Response.” Keller’s comments made at the above convention at the banquet entitled “An Evening with Keller and Friends,” May 30, 1981. 3pp, typed.

“Prospects of Pedagogical Reform,” 1981. 21pp, typed. 2 copies

Box 17, Folder 2 “Some Behaviorists I Have Known.” Maryland Psychological Association, May 8, 1981. 2 versions, one 19pp, typed, the other 13pp.
Box 17, Folder 3 “Getting-Old Behavior.” Presented at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, March 19, 1982 and at UNC Greensboro, Nov 19, 1982. 12pp. typed and 2 copies of the offprint from the International Journal of Behavioral Geriatrics
Box 17, Folder 4 “Charles Ferster – Educational Explorer.” Paper read at the 9th annual convention of ABA, Milwaukee, WI, May 28, 1983. 24pp, typed.

Earlier version of above, n.d. 12pp, typed.

“Clarence Whitford Young (1902-1983): An Appreciation,” May 1983. 2pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 5 “Experiments I Have Known,” 21pp, typed, Incomplete version.

“Imagens da Vida de um Professor.” Ribeirao Preto, 1983 (in Portuguese). 16pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 6 “Peter Opossum Goes To School.” Read at the annual banquet of the ABA, Nashville, TN, May 30, 1984. 13pp, typed. Accompanied by illustrations provide by Carole Torrance.

Introduction to business meeting, Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis (SEABA), Myrtle Beach, S.C. Nov 12, 1984. 2pp, handwritten.

Box 17, Folder 7 “Problems of Retirement.” Comments delivered at the Psychology Colloquium, Duke University on the occasion of Gregory Kimble’s retirement, Aug 31, 1984. 16pp, typed.
Box 17, Folder 8 “Setting The Record Straight.” Comments at the ABA Banquet “Old Times. Old Friends. Retire? Never!” May 26, 1985. 9pp, typed.

“Testimony of an Educational Reformer.” Lecture delivered in Atlanta, GA Educational Research and Methods Division of the American Society for Engineering Education, June 17, 1985. 21pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 9 “Memories of Colgate in the Thirties.” Colgate Psychology Department Centennial, Oct 25, 1986. 16pp, typed.

“Incompletes.” Presented at the third annual meeting of the Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis, Savannah, GA Nov 8, 1986. 10pp, typed.

“Educação de um Analista de Comportamento,” 1986. 6pp, typed.

“Obstacles to Instructional Reform” (same talk as “Testimony of an Educational Reformer,” this one presented in West Virginia April 15, 1986. 21pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 10 “An Educational Departure and Some of Its Effects.” Psychology Department, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa, TX, Feb 7, 1987. 21pp, typed. Also a short draft of same.

Comments made at the annual ABA banquet, Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN May 27, 1987. 7pp, typed.

“Splitters and Lumpers: A Debate.” Moderator’s comments at a “behaviorology” debate between Ernest Vargas, Marc Branch, Lawrence Fraley, and Peter Harzem at the 4th annual meeting of the Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis, Ashville, NC, Oct 15-17, 1987. 2pp, typed.

Untitled presentation written in Portuguese Oct 1987. 18pp, typed (missing first page).

Box 17, Folder 11 “The Education of a Behavior Analyst.” Texas Association for Behavior Analysis, Dallas, TX Feb 7, 1987. 20pp, typed.

“Items De Um Fichãrio.” Ribeirão Prêto, Brazil?, 1987. 17pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 12 “Sabbatical.” Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA) talk, 1988. 5pp, typed.

“Acknowledging a Debt.” Comments made in a symposium on “Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It” at the 14th annual convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Philadelphia PA, May 29, 1988. 10pp, typed. 2 copies

“Kurt Salzinger.” Remarks made at the Division 25 of the APA, Atlanta GA, Aug 12, 1988, 2pp. typed

Box 17, Folder 13 “Think With The Learned, Speak With The Vulgar.” Symposium on Behavior Analysis in Practical Affairs, Division 25 of the APA, Atlanta GA, Aug 15, 1988. 8pp, typed.

“Infãncia de um Moviemento,” 1988. 16pp, typed

“Adolescência de um Moviemento,” Nov 198816pp. typed

Box 17, Folder 14 “Some Answers (Not Given!)…To Kurt Salzinger’s Questions at the ABA Symposium.” Milwaukee, WI, May 25, 1989. 3pp, typed.

“Recollections and Recommendations.” Comments made in a symposium, “From The Beginning…” 15th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee WI, May 25-28, 1989. 3pp, typed. 2 copies

“Behavioral Components of Effective Teacher Supervision.” Comments made in a symposium, “From The Beginning…” 15th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee WI, May 25-28, 1989. 3pp, typed

“How Does It Feel To Be 90?” 15th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Milwaukee WI, May 27, 1989. 5pp, typed

Box 17, Folder 15 “Behavior Analysis and Education.” Mexico City, March 6, 1991. 18pp, typed.

“Thoughts On One Man’s Greatness.” Mexico City, March 9, 1991. 18pp, typed.

Box 17, Folder 16 “Education For Tomorrow.” University of North Carolina at Wilmington, March 23, 1991. 18pp, typed. Another copy with same cover page, but otherwise additional information

“Expressions of Appreciation.” 17th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Atlanta GA, May 26, 1991. 20pp, typed. 2 copies

Box 17, Folder 17 “University Education: What We Have Been Doing Badly and How It Can Be Improved.” International Symposium on International Perspectives on Higher Education: Contributions From Psychology, Auburn University, AL, May 28, 1991. 12pp, typed.

“Some Debts We Owe.” Division 25 of the APA, San Francisco, CA, Aug 19, 1991. 19pp, typed

“EPA Memories.” Opening remarks for symposium “Regarding B. F. Skinner” Convention of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, NY, 1991. 6pp, typed

“PSI: Once More, With Feeling!” Amherst MA, 1991. 9pp, typed (missing pages)

“Response.” ABA banquet, Milwaukee WI, May 30, 1991. 1pp, typed

Box 17, Folder 18 “Education By Torchlight.” B.F. Skinner Memorial Lecture, 4th Annual Convention of the International Behaviorology Association, New Orleans LA, Jan 5, 1992. 19pp, typed.

Instructional reform, talk given to a group of graduate students in psychology, Western Michigan University, Nov 6, 1992. 18pp, typed

“Thoughts on WMU before my talk” [above]. “Not presented anywhere.” Nov 1992. 1pp, typed fragment

Box 17, Folder 19 “Friends and Foes of Educational Reform.” First International Congress of Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior, Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct 5-9, 1992 and at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Arlington VA, April 17, 1993 18pp, typed. 3 copies

“Did You Know Aristotle?” Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis, Oct 15, 1993. 18pp, typed

Box 17, Folder 20 “Some Behaviorists I Have Known.” Second International Congress of Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior, Palermo, Italy, Oct 6-9, 1994, 15pp, typed. 2 copies

“Response To A Lifetime Achievement in Behavioral Analysis Award.” Association for Behavior Analysis, Atlanta GA, May 29, 1994. 4pp, typed

Box 17, Folder 21 “What Happened…” Brazilian Association of Psychotherapy and Behavioral Medicine, Campinas, Brazil, Sept 24, 1994, 13pp, typed. Missing first four pages
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1 “A Educação dum Behaviorista.” Sociedade de Psicologia de Ribeirão Preto, Brazil, undated. 22pp, typed.

“Women Behavior Analysts in Brazil (Past and Present).” Presented at a symposium on “The History of the Contribution of Women to Behaviorism,” n.p., undated. 5pp, typed. Incomplete.

Untitled paper in Portuguese, Brazil, undated. 7pp, handwritten.

Box 18, Folder 2 “PSI As A Survival Kit.” EPA symposium, undated. 6pp., typed

“Some Experiments I Have Done,” n.p., undated. 19pp., typed

“Two Early Experiments,” n.p., undated fragment. 2pp., typed

“Early Experiments,” n.p., undated fragment. 2pp., typed

Two page fragment on the above subject, undated. 2pp., typed

Box 18, Folder 3 “The Development of A Behavior Analyst.” Presented at Guilford College, Greensboro NC, undated. 22pp. (p.22 missing), typed
Box 18, Folder 4 Talk on PSI and education delivered at Danforth Foundation (includes “Ten Inflammatory Statements”), Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, undated. 22pp., typed

Talk on PSI in higher education, Los Angeles, undated. 9pp., typed

Fragment not used in above talk: George Sarton on “Discovery,” undated. 4pp., typed

Box 18, Folder 5 Acceptance speech for an honor awarded Keller by Western Michigan University (or perhaps it was a commencement address?) in which he itemizes the statements he has made about instruction (i.e., PSI). Kalamazoo, MI, undated. 7pp., handwritten; 3pp. typed, and four additional drafts
Box 18, Folder 6 “Introducing or commenting on an ABA program” (Keller’s note at top). Discussant’s comments on papers presented in which Keller focuses on PSI, n.p., undated. 8pp., typed

Talk on PSI in education with specific mention of Michael Scriven’s contribution in Systems of Individualized Education edited by Donald Cook, n.p., undated. 4pp. with additional 2pp. From another presentation, typed

Discussant’s comments at a symposium on Personalized Instruction, n.p., undated, 4pp., typed fragment

Box 18, Folder 7 Two three page drafts of a talk given in Manitoba, undated. 6pp., typed

Fragment of a talk given at East Stroudsburg State College. Includes pages “from E Stroudsburg paper.” Discusses PSI. Undated. 15pp., handwritten

Notes for a speech given at Western Michigan University, undated, 5pp., handwritten

Introductory comments made before President Stuart W. Cook’s address at Eastern Psychological Association, undated, 2pp., typed

Box 18, Folder 8 “American U. Talk.” Washington, D.C., undated. 6pp. of notes, handwritten

Kalamazoo Valley Community College Notes (similar to the WMU presentation in folder 4 above), undated. 3pp., typed

Outline and ideas for a speech made in Xalapa, Mexico. Undated, 6pp., handwritten

“Excerpt from Dearborn speech.” Undated, 2pp. typed

“Second Talk to Dr. Michael’s class.” Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Undated, 5pp., handwritten

“Written to be read at Gregory Razran’s retirement party at Queens.” Undated, 2pp. typed

Box 18, Folder 9 “Behavior Modification: A Growing Concern,” n.p., undated. 3pp., handwritten

“The Most Important Elements in How I Teach,” n.p. (“where I sent this I don’t know!”), undated. 1pp., typed

Talk about presentations, n.p., undated. 3pp., typed

Response to an appreciation of Keller by Jack Michael and various Brazilian psychologists, n.p., undated. 4pp., typed

Introduction to a seminar, n.p., undated. 2pp., handwritten

Box 18, Folder 10 “New Outline For Talk,” n.p., undated. 6pp., handwritten

“Early RFT Thry At Columbia,” undated, 3pp., handwritten

“Ideas for an Atlanta talk,” undated, 1pp., handwritten

Introduction for Betty L. Walls, undated, 2pp., handwritten

Introduction for George Semb, undated, 1pp., typed

“BFS,” undated, 2pp., typed

“Topics for talk in case go to Brazil in July,” undated, 2pp., handwritten

“Drake University Lectures (Titles),” undated, 1pp., handwritten

Various handwritten notes for commnets, talks, responses, etc., undated

Box 18, Folder 11 Various fragments
Box 18, Folder 12 Introductions of Keller by others

Series III: Manuscripts, 1920-1994

(4 Boxes)

Manuscripts are written by Keller and arranged alphabetically by title.

Box 18, Folder 13 List of Keller papers (mostly unpublished)
Box 18, Folder 14 “1979 – A Year For Another Decision,” 1979, 5pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 15 “An Advisor’s Comments on the Sloan Foundation Project,” Feb 1975, 9pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 16 “El Analisis De La Conducta En La Decada De Los 30 (in Spanish),” Aug 1979, 10pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 17 Anexo Para Ser Lido” (in Portuguese), undated, 2pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 18 “At My Own Pace: Preface – Tufts College” (pp 1-148), undated, 148pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 19 “At My Own Pace: Harvard University, 1926-1931″ (pp 149-220), undated, 71pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 20 “At My Own Pace: Colgate University – Camp Crowder” (pp 221-326), undated, 115pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 21 “At My Own Pace: Columbia University, 1948-1960″ (pp 327-449), undated, 122pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 22 “At My Own Pace: Sao Paolo-Brasilia” (pp 449-549), undated, 100pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 23 “At My Own Pace: Arizona State University-Chevy Chase” (pp 551-628), undated, 77pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 24 “At My Own Pace: Western Michigan University” (pp 629-754), undated, 125pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 25 “At My Own Pace: Georgetown University – Brazil” (pp 755-884), undated, 129pp, typed
Box 18, Folder 26 Autobiography (Notes towards), undated, approx. 30pp, variously typed and handwritten pages
Box 18, Folder 27 Autobiography (Notes towards), undated, approx. 20pp, variously typed and handwritten pages
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1 Autobiographical and creative writings, A-C:

“Aiken’s Curse”

“And That’s That”

“Asylum” (2 copies)

“Cat’s Paw”

“Close Shaves. Water.”

“Cruise Charlie”

Box 19, Folder 2 Autobiographical and creative writings, D-L:

Diary?

“Disillusioned”

“Fights”

“Found Crumpled On The Lawn”

“Frances and Fred At Saratoga”

“Free Association”

“From A Window in Aiken”

“Grandpa’s Farm”

“Identity Crisis”

“The Inheritance,” June 3, 1921, (2 copies, one handwritten, the other typed)

“A Lost Art”

Box 19, Folder 3 Autobiographical and creative writings, M-W:

“Memories of Psychology in the Twenties”

“Memories of the Fifties”

“Morning Walk

“Murders”

“Psychology, 1927″ (2 copies, one handwritten, the other typed)

“Saranac Lake”

“A War in the Provinces”

“Wellsville”

Box 19, Folder 4 Autobiographical and creative writings, various, untitled
Box 19, Folder 5 “Beauty Provoked Thieves Sooner Than Gold,” undated, 4pp, typed
Box 19, Folder 6 “Beginning PSI (Notes Toward Ms. with Donald Cook),” undated, 4pp, typed. 5 copies, different versions
Box 19, Folder 7 “A Behavior Comparison,” Nov 23, 1925, 1pp, typed
Box 19, Folder 8 “Behaviorism”; “For Funk & Wagnalls”Oct 1967, 4pp, typed
Box 19, Folder 9 Book reviews/commentaries:

Review of B.F. Skinner’s Upon Further Reflection, 1987, 4pp, typed, 2 copies

Review of B.F. Skinner: Religion, Faith, and God, undated, 1pp, typed

Article for the PSI Newsletter, July 19, 1971, 2pp, typed

Review of Enjoy Old Age: A Program of Self-Management by B.F. Skinner and M.E. Vaughan, undated, 3pp, typed

Review of Accent On Learning by K. Patricia Cross, 1976 , 3pp, typed

“Comments on Using American English” by Newmark-Mintz-Lawson, 2pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 10 Various pieces on B.F. Skinner:

“Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-1990) (A Thank-You),” 1990, 10pp, typed

“Thoughts On One Man’s Greatness,” undated, 19pp, typed

“In Memoriam,” Sept 1990, 1pp, typed

“When historians decide, a hundred years from now, which psychologists of our day are most deserving of remembrance…” undated, 3pp, typed

“Fred Keller’s Comments on Skinner’s Impact On Psychology,” undated, 4pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 11 “Charles Bohris Ferster (1922-1981),” 1981, 8pp, typed, 2 copies

“A Debt Acknowledged,” chapter in J.T. Todd and E.K. Morris, eds. Modern Perspectives on Classical and Contemporary Behaviorism, undated, 11pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 12 Diary entries:

“Frascati (1972),” Sept 23-Oct 1, 1972, 9pp, typed

“Christmas in England (1972) and Holiday in Portugal,” Dec 14, 1972-Jan 8, 1973, 20pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 13 Diary entry: “Mexican Visit,” Nov 3-17, 1975, 11pp, typed; and various diary excerpts, 1920-1990, 18pp, typed and handwritten

“The Dreyfus Case,” (written while at Goddard Seminary), undated, 3pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 14 “Early Days of Personalized Instruction” undated, 1p, typed

“Earning Money at College,” undated, 3pp, typed

“Education: What’s Wrong and How Can It Be Bettered?,” undated, 2pp, typed

“Education By Torchlight,” undated, 18pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 15 “The Education of Walton Tew, or The Book That Failed,” 1984, various drafts, approx. 100pp, typed
Box 19, Folder 16 “Enemies to Educational (Instructional) Reform: Who Are They?” undated, 3pp, typed

““Esquemas de Refôrço,” translated by Dora Fix. undated, 17pp, typed

“A Fire in Schermerhorn Extension,” April 14, 1986, 19pp, typed, 2 copies

“The First Brazilian Report on PSI,” 1964, 2pp, typed, 3 copies

Box 19, Folder 17 “Footnote to a Recommendation” undated, 3pp, typed

“Formal Progress Report: Effects of Vitamin E on Behavior in Anoxia,” Dec 31, 1955, 10pp, typed

“Futuristic Classroom Shapes Up” (Conversation), undated, 2pp, typed

“The Game and the Gamester,” 1924 or 1926, 6pp, typed

“History of the Cologne Cathedral,” (written while at Goddard Seminary), undated, 3pp, typed

“Intra-Organic Processes in the White Rat,” (abstract of thesis), undated, 2pp, typed

Introduction to unknown book, undated, 4pp, handwritten

preface (?) to translation by Armando Martinez of Keller’s Learning (Reinforcement Theory), undated, 1p, typed

Box 19, Folder 18 “KCG: What Makes A Good Executive?” March 9, 1992, 2pp, typed

“The Keller Plan Handbook,” undated, 2pp, typed

“Learning and the Activated Patient,” undated, 10pp, typed

“Meanings of My Career,” Sept 1, 1994, 4pp, typed

“Memory and Its Improvement,” undated, 12pp, typed

“Misfire,” 1981, 4pp, typed

Box 19, Folder 19 Miscellaneous education writings (mainly typed fragments)
Box 19, Folder 20 Miscellaneous PSI writings (mainly untitled typed fragments)
Box 19, Folder 21 Miscellaneous PSI writings (mainly untitled typed fragments)
Box 19, Folder 22 Miscellaneous psychology writings (mainly untitled typed fragments)
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1 Miscellaneous untitled writings
Box 20, Folder 2 Miscellaneous untitled writing, fragments
Box 20, Folder 3 “Mission to Brasilia,” undated, 5pp, typed
Box 20, Folder 4 “Monkey Hunting in Northern Goias,” 1963-1964, 110pp, typed

“A New Type of Introductory Course in Psychology,” undated, 3pp, typed

“An Old Educational Reinforcer,” undated, 2pp, typed

“The Old Man and The Boy,” 1990, 1p, typed

“On Behavior Modification,” undated, 9pp, typed

“100 Years of the Teaching of Psychology,” March 20, 1991, 7pp, typed

“One On One,” undated, 10pp, typed

Box 20, Folder 5 Notes for Pedagogue’s Progress, undated, 3pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 1 (with comments), undated, 26pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 2 “Comenius Acknowledged” (with comments), undated, 21pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 3 (with comments), undated, 23pp, handwritten and typed

Box 20, Folder 6 Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 4 (comments only), undated, 1p, typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 5 (with comments), undated, 23pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 6 (with comments), undated, 12pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 7 (with comments), undated, 16pp, handwritten and typed

Box 20, Folder 7 Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 8 (with comments), undated, 12pp, typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 9 (with comments), undated, 19pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 10: “Moonlighting, letters & A Journey” (with comments), undated, 20pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 11 (with comments), undated, 12pp, handwritten and typed

Box 20, Folder 8 Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 12: “International Harvest” (with comments) undated, 12pp, typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 13: “Escapes From Jan Komensky” (with comments), undated, 12pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 14: “Two Non-Lecture Courses”(with comments), undated, 11pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 15: “An Exciting Proposition” (with comments), undated, 11pp, handwritten and typed

Box 20, Folder 9 Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapters 16 and 17 (comments only) undated, 2pp, typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 19: “Excerpts From A Diary” (with comments), undated, 23pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 20: “A Panacea” (with comments), undated, 15pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 21: “The Author’s Nightmare” (with comments), undated, 17pp, handwritten and typed

Box 20, Folder 10 Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 22: “A pedagogical Anti-Climax” (with comments) undated, 13pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, Chapter 23: “A Dream Course is Portrayed”(with comments), undated, 12pp, handwritten and typed

Pedagogue’s Progress, draft outline of a part of the whole, undated, 12pp, handwritten

Box 20, Folder 11 Pedagogue’s Progress, mss. of Chapters 1-11, undated, 63pp, typed
Box 20, Folder 12 Pedagogue’s Progress, mss. of Chapters 12-24, undated, 67pp, typed
Box 20, Folder 13 “PSI: A Personalized System of Instruction (Described and Exemplified),” 1968, 33pp, typed
Box 20, Folder 14 “Personalized Instruction,” undated, 33pp, typed

“PSI (The Keller Plan and Related Matters),” undated, 3pp, typed

“PSI,” undated, 5pp, typed

Box 20, Folder 15 “Personalism,” lecture given to Prof. Woodworth’s class, undated, 6pp, typed
Box 20, Folder 16 “Peter Opossum Goes To School,” June 15, 1983, 20pp, typed, 3 versions and odd pages
Box 20, Folder 17 Preface for Douglas Greer book on music education, Sept 17, 1979, 4pp, typed

Preface for Progress Withour Punishment by Anne Donnellan, Greg LaVigna, et al., 1998, 1p, typed (2 versions)

Prologue for a book about PSI (?), Sept 5, 1970, 4pp, typed

Epilogue for unidentified book, undated, 4pp, typed

Box 20, Folder 18 A Preliminary Study of Rat Behavior in a Square Temporal Maze (with Karl M. Wilbur), 1933, 9pp, typed
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1 Principles of Psychology (2nd edition) by Keller and W.N. Schoenfeld, Sept 1965, “Chapter I: History,” 17pp, typed

Principles of Psychology, 1965, “Chapter 1: Psychology and the Reflexes,” 19pp, typed. 2 copies

Box 21, Folder 2 Principles of Psychology, 1965, “Chapter 2: Respondent Conditioning,” 17pp, typed. 2 drafts

Principles of Psychology, 1965?. Notes for the Brazilian edition. 4pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 3 Principles of Psychology, 1965, “Chapter 3: Operant Conditioning,” 6pp, typed. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 4 Profile of a Behaviorist, Oct 1982, 14pp, typed, 2 copies. Published in Foundations of Psychology by Dave Price Rogers (Praeger, 1984). An earlier draft, titled View From A Behaviorist’s Window, 14pp, typed
Box 21, Folder 5 Grant Proposals:

“Proposal for a Programmed Curriculum,” (Keller and Gilmour Sherman), 1964, 19pp, typed. Submitted to the Institute for Behavioral Research, Silver Spring, MD. Requests support for a research project to develop a programmed curriculum for the teaching of psychology in conjunction with the establishment of a new department of psychology at the University of Brasilia, Brazil

“A Proposal for An Institutional Research Project” (Keller, Gilmour Sherman, Frederick Hegge and Stanley Pilskoff). Submitted to The Commissioner of Education through Arizona State University, April 31 [sic], 1966, 14pp, typed. For the development of a program for Individualized Instruction in Elementary Psychology

Draft of an “Abstract of A Proposal.” 1967, 2pp, typed. For the development of a program for personalized teaching in elementary psychology to be tried out with experimental classes at George Washington University School of Engineering

Preliminary grant application for PSI Center to the The Charles F. Kettering Foundation, 1972

Box 21, Folder 6 Psychology 161 (included as a chapter in Modern Perspectives on B.F. Skinner and Contemporary Behaviorism edited by James T. Todd & Edward K. Morris). Transcript of lecture notes from Columbia class, fall 1958. 1995, 4pp proof copy and 7pp, typed mss (3 copies)
Box 21, Folder 7 “Reforming Education (A Personal Report),” undated, 3pp, typed

“Report on the Teaching Method at the American University Learning Center,” Aug 24, 1974, 18pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 8 “Schermerhorn Extension—1987,” 1987? , 2pp, typed

Preface to Science and Human Behavior by B.F. Skinner, 1993. 2pp, typed. Six drafts

“Solicited Comment for a Teachers College Bulletin,” undated, but written while at Columbia University, 2pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 9 “Spanish Methods,” 1924-1925? , 3pp, typed. 2 copies

“Spinoza (1632-1677),” undated, 4pp, typed

“A [Brief] Study of the Emotional Primaries of a Maltese Terrier,” undated, 4pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 10 “Ten Years of Personalized Instruction.” Editorial changes. 1974, 2pp, typed

“Those Who Should Reject the New Idea,” undated, 1p, typed

“The Tyranny of a System,” undated, 9pp, handwritten; 1p, typed

“A Trip To Cologne,” 1920 (written while at Goddard Seminary), 4pp, handwritten; 2 pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 11 “A Vision of Community Development,” Jan 24, 1979, 6pp, typed
Box 21, Folder 12 Various interviews with Keller:

By John Humphrey, March 25, 1982, 3pp, typed

A Chat with Fred Keller in The Behavioral Educator, Sept 1, 1985, 5pp, printed

By Paul Chance, 1986?, 20pp, typed

Unidentified and undated interview about PSI for a journal, 4pp, typed

Transcription of a telephone conversation with Rodolpho Azzi, Aug 30, 1965, 3pp, typed

Box 21, Folder 13 “A Teleconference With Professor Fred S. Keller,” William L. Heward and James D. Dunne, The Ohio State University, Dec 3, 1992, 12pp, typed; and complete transcript of the conversation, 31pp, typed

Series IV: Publications, 1940-1994

(1 Box)

Publications are written or co-written by Keller and are arranged alphabetically by title.

Box 21
Box 21, Folder 14 “An Automatic Device for Providing Motivation and Reinforcement in Operant Conditioning,” by Keller and John Volkmann, in The American Journal of Psychology, Oct 1941, Vol LIV, pp. 568-571. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 15 “Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-1990) (A Thank-You),” in Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Nov 1990, Number 3 (November), pp. 155-158. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 16 “Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-1990),” in Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, Jan 1991, Vol 27, pp. 3-6
Box 21, Folder 17 “Charles Borhis Ferster (1922-1981), An Appreciation” in Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Nov 1981, Number 3 (November), pp. 299-301. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 18 Commencement Address, Experimental College of the Institute for Behavioral Research, Inc., June 8, 1976. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 19 “A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Regular and Periodic Secondary Reinforcement” by Keller, J.A. Dinsmoor and G.B. Kish, in The Journal of General Psychology, 1953, pp. 57-66
Box 21, Folder 20 “The Delayed Response of a Chimpanzee to Color as the Constant Visual Factor in a Varying Situation,” in The Journal of General Psychology, 1934, pp. 270-275. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 21 “Education By Torchlight (A Personal Account),” in Behaviorology, 1993, No.2, Fall pp. 1-8
Box 21, Folder 22 “Engineering Personalized Instruction in the Classroom,” reprint from Revista Interamericana de Psicologia, Sept 1967, Vol.1, No. 3, pp. 189-197
Box 21, Folder 23 “English Spoken Here,” reprint from the “Comments and Queries” section of The Psychological Record, 1970, pp. 259-262
Box 21, Folder 24 “The Effect of Sequence of Continuous and periodic Reinforcement Upon the ‘Reflex Reserve,’” reprint from the Journal of Experimental Psychology, Nov 1940, Vol. 27 No. 5, pp. 559-565
Box 21, Folder 25 “Esquemas de Refôrço,” reprint from the Boletim de Psicologia, São Paolo, undated, No. 45/46, pp. 3-23. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 26 “A Fire in Schermerhorn Extension,” reprint from The Behavior Analyst, 1986, No. 2 (Fall), pp. 139-146
Box 21, Folder 27 “Getting-old Behavior,” reprint from International Journal of Behavioral Geriatrics, 1982, Vol. 1 No. 2, pp. 5-12. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 28 “An International Venture in Behavior Modification,” reprint from Behavior Modification, 1974, pp. 143-155. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 29 “Light Aversion in the White Rat,” reprint from The Psychological Record, May 1941, Vol. IV No. 17, pp. 235-250
Box 21, Folder 30 “Lightning Strikes Twice,” reprint from Teaching of Psychology, Feb 1985, Vol. 12 No. 1, pp. 4-8. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 31 “A New Type of Double Alternation,” reprint from The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1937, pp. 454-459. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 32 “Neglected Rewards in the Educational Process,” reprint of a paper read at the 23rd annual meeting of the American Conference of Academic Deans at Los Angeles, California, Jan 16, 1967, pp. 1-33
Box 21, Folder 33 “Neue Verstärkungsmöglichkeiten im Klassenunterricht?,” reprint from Sonderdruck aus zur Theorie und Praxis des programmierten Lernens, 1969, pp. 124-132. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 34 “Notes on Educational Reform,” Undated, pp. 293-296
Box 21, Folder 35 “Notes on the History of Psychology,” originally used as supplementary readings in General Psychology at Columbia University, 1958-1959, pp. A1-A13
Box 21, Folder 36 “On the Selective Reinforcement of Spaced Responses,” reprint from The Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, June 1953, pp. 190-193
Box 21, Folder 37 “Oxygen Deprivation and Conditioning in the White Rat,” reprint from The Journal of Aviation Medicine, Dec 1940, pp. 1-4. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 38 “A Personal Course in Psychology,” from The Control of Behavior, Scott, Foresman, 1966, pp. 91-93
Box 21, Folder 39 Preface, Chapter One and Chapter Two of At My Own Pace, reprint from The International Behaviorist, 1994, No. 1 (Spring), p. 1, pp. 1-6 and pp. 6-18
Box 21, Folder 40 “A Programmed System of Instruction,” Offprint, 1968, pp. 1-27
Box 21, Folder 41 “The Psychology Curriculum at Columbia College,” by Keller and William N. Schoenfeld. Reprint from The American Psychologist, June 1949, Vol.4, No. 6, pp. 165-172. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 42 “Psychology at Harvard (1926-1931),” unidentified journal, undated, pp. 29-36. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 43 Review of The Psychology of Learning by James Deese. Reprint from Psychological Bulletin, July 1953, Vol. 50, No. 4, 2pp. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 44 Recentes Desenvolvimentos No Ensino Da Ciencia, reprint from Ciencia e Cultura, 1973, Vol. 25 (1), pp. 3-10. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 45 “Some Experimental Operations Affecting Drive Constancy,” reprint from The Journal of Comparative Psychology, Aug 1939, Vol. 28 (1), pp. 63-72. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 46 “Stimulus Discrimination and Morse Code Learning,” reprint from Transactions of The New York Academy of Sciences, April 1953, Ser. II, Vol. 15 No. 6, pp. 195-203. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 47 “Studies in International Morse Code. 2. Errors Made in Code Perception” by Keller and Robert E. Taubman. Reprint from Journal of Applied Psychology, Dec 1943, Vol. 27 No. 6, pp. 504-509
Box 21, Folder 48 “Suggested Portuguese Translations of Expressions in Operant Conditioning,” by Keller, Rodolpho Azzi, Maria Ignez Rocha e Silva, Carolina Martucelli Bori, and Dora S. Fix. Reprint from Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1953, Vol. 6, pp. 91-94. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 49 “Studies in International Morse Code. 4. A Note on Second-Level Training,” reprint from Journal of Applied Psychology, April 1945, Vol. 29 No. 2, pp. 161-163. 2 copies
Box 21, Folder 50 “Testimony of an Educational Reformer,” Engineering Education, Dec 1985, Vol. 76 No. 3, pp. 144-148

Series V: Academic Career, 1920-1967

(9 Boxes)

Subseries A: Class Notes

Notes taken by Keller, and some by others, while a student. Arranged first by institution, then alphabetically by subject.

Box 21, Folder 14 Notes on Givler Courses c. 1920
Box 21, Folder 15-16 Tufts, 1922-1984
Box 21, Folder 17-18 Notebook of Experiments for Experimental Psychology, Tufts University – 1924
Box 21, Folder 19-20 Harvard University – 1924-1932
Box 21, Folder 21-23 E.G. Boring – Notes on his History of Psychology – 1927
Box 21, Folder 24-28 Boring – Association and Determination (Bousfield Notes) 1930 and Attention (Keller Notes)
Box 21, Folder 30 Correspondence with R. M. Elliot of the University of Minnesota Department of Psychology, 1936-1937 (courtesy Jerry Knapp)
Box 21, Folder 31-32 Columbia, 1938-1944
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1-2 Experiential Psychology Experiment Notebooks, Tufts University, 1925
Box 22, Folder 3-5 History of Psychology, E.G. Boring, 1927
Box 22, Folder 6 Lou O’Donnel’s 1920 notes on Givler’s Psychology class
Box 22, Folder 7-12 Bousefield’s notes from E.G. Boring’s “Association & Determination”

Subseries B: Course Notes (teaching)

Notes prepared for courses Keller taught. Organized first by institution, then alphabetically by subject/course title.

Box 22, Folder 13 Untitled, Harvard, 1927
Box 22, Folder 14 Abnormal Psychology, Harvard, 1928-1929
Box 22, Folder 15-18 Abnormal Psychology, Psych 201, Colgate, 1931
Box 22, Folder 19 Abnormal Psychology, Psych 201, Colgate, 1938
Box 22, Folder 20-22 Abnormal Psychology, Psych 201, Colgate, undated
Box 22, Folder 23-24 Advanced General Psychology, Colgate, 1933
Box 22, Folder 25 Advanced General Psychology, Colgate, 1934-1935
Box 22, Folder 26 Advanced General Psychology, Colgate, 1935-1936
Box 22, Folder 27 Advanced General Psychology, Colgate, 1938
Box 22, Folder 28 Personality, Colgate, 1935
Box 22, Folder 29-30 Psychology and Psychophysiology, Colgate, 1931
Box 22, Folder 31 Psychology 306, Colgate, 1932
Box 22, Folder 32 Psychology 401, Colgate, 1932
Box 22, Folder 33 Psychology 402, Colgate, 1936
Box 22, Folder 34-35 Physiological Psychology, Colgate, 1932
Box 22, Folder 36 Abnormal Psychology, Psych 201, Columbia, 1941
Box 22, Folder 37 Advanced General Psychology, Columbia, 1938-1939
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1 Advanced General Psychology, Columbia, 1938-1939
Box 23, Folder 2-4 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1940-1941
Box 23, Folder 5 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1946
Box 23, Folder 6-7 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1949
Box 23, Folder 8 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1950
Box 23, Folder 9 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1953
Box 23, Folder 10 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1956
Box 23, Folder 11 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1956-1957
Box 23, Folder 12 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1958
Box 23, Folder 13 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1959-1961
Box 23, Folder 14-18 Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia, 1962-1963
Box 23, Folder 19 Student papers, Basic Concepts in Modern Psychology, S161, Columbia
Box 23, Folder 20 General Psychology, Columbia, 1939-1945
Box 23, Folder 21 General Psychology, Columbia, 1961
Box 23, Folder 22 History of Psychology(?), Columbia, 1941
Box 23, Folder 23 History of Psychology, Columbia, 1962
Box 23, Folder 24-28 History of Psychology, Columbia, 1963
Box 23, Folder 29-31 History of Psychology, Columbia, undated
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1 History of Psychology, Columbia, undated
Box 24, Folder 2 J.V., Columbia, 1941
Box 24, Folder 3 Perception, Psychology 107, undated
Box 24, Folder 4-12 Personal Course in Principles of Behavior, Columbia, 1963
Box 24, Folder 13 Personality, Columbia, 1939
Box 24, Folder 14 Personality, Columbia, 1940
Box 24, Folder 15 Personality, Columbia, 1940-1941
Box 24, Folder 16 Physiological Psychology, U2AR, Columbia, 1947
Box 24, Folder 17 Principles of Learning, PY 312, Columbia, 1964
Box 24, Folder 18 Psicologia Experimental, São Paolo [sabbatical year], 1961
Box 24, Folder 19 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1940
Box 24, Folder 20 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1941-1942
Box 24, Folder 21 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1942-1943
Box 24, Folder 22 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1945-1946
Box 24, Folder 23 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1948-1949
Box 24, Folder 24 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1950
Box 24, Folder 25 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1951
Box 24, Folder 26 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1955-1957
Box 24, Folder 27 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1958
Box 24, Folder 28 Psychology 1, Columbia, 1960
Box 24, Folder 29 Psychology 1, Columbia, undated
Box 24, Folder 30 Student papers, Psychology 1, Columbia, undated
Box 24, Folder 31 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1940
Box 24, Folder 32 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1946-1947
Box 24, Folder 33 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1947-1948
Box 24, Folder 34-36 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1948
Box 24, Folder 37-39 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1949-1950
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1-2 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1951
Box 25, Folder 3-15 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1951-1952
Box 25, Folder 16 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1953-1954
Box 25, Folder 17 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1955
Box 25, Folder 18 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1955-1956
Box 25, Folder 19 Psychology 1-2, Columbia, 1959-1960
Box 25, Folder 20-21 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1940
Box 25, Folder 22 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1943
Box 25, Folder 23 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1946-1948
Box 25, Folder 24 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1950-1951
Box 25, Folder 25 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1952
Box 25, Folder 26 Psychology 2, Columbia, 1954
Box 25, Folder 27 Psychology 2, Columbia, undated
Box 25, Folder 28 Psychology 5, Columbia, 1931, 1949
Box 25, Folder 29 Psychology 6, Columbia, 1950?
Box 25, Folder 30 Psychology 6, student papers, Columbia
Box 25, Folder 31 Psychology 7, Columbia, 1949
Box 25, Folder 32 Psychology 11-12, Columbia, 1938
Box 25, Folder 33 Psychology 15, student papers, Columbia
Box 25, Folder 34 Psychology 16, Student papers, Columbia
Box 25, Folder 35 Psychology 101, Columbia
Box 25, Folder 36 Psychology 116, student papers, Columbia, 1958
Box 25, Folder 37 Psychology 1216, Columbia, 1948
Box 25, Folder 38 Psychology U1R, Columbia, 1939
Box 25, Folder 39 Psychology S110, Columbia, 1939
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1 Verbal Behavior, Columbia, undated
Box 26, Folder 2 Psychology 202, Columbia, undated
Box 26, Folder 3 Untitled course, Columbia, 1937
Box 26, Folder 4 Untitled course, Columbia, 1948
Box 26, Folder 5 Psychology 112, Arizona State University, 1965-1967
Box 26, Folder 6 Psychology 112 course readings, , Arizona State University, 1965-1967
Box 26, Folder 7 Psychology 112, units 1-4, ASU
Box 26, Folder 8 Psychology 112, units 5-6, ASU
Box 26, Folder 9 Psychology 112, units 7-9, ASU
Box 26, Folder 10 Psychology 112, units 10-11, ASU
Box 26, Folder 11 Psychology 112, units 12-13, ASU
Box 26, Folder 12 Psychology 112, units 14-15, ASU
Box 26, Folder 13 Psychology 112, units 16-17, ASU
Box 26, Folder 14 Psychology 112, units 18-20, ASU
Box 26, Folder 15 Psychology 112, Lab, ASU
Box 26, Folder 16-19 Psychology 112, ASU, Spring 1965
Box 26, Folder 20-21 Psychology 112, ASU, 1965-1966
Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1 Psychology 112, ASU, 1967
Box 27, Folder 2-3 Psychology 112, grades/rosters, ASU, 1965-1967
Box 27, Folder 4 Psychology 112, student proctors, ASU, 1965-1967
Box 27, Folder 5-9 History of Experimental Psychology 697, Western Michigan University, 1968-1969
Box 27, Folder 10 History of Experimental Psychology 697, Western Michigan University, 1970
Box 27, Folder 11 Administrative notes for GS42B
Box 27, Folder 12 A Compact Course in the Principles of Behavior, Linwood Children’s Center, Ellicott City, Maryland, 1966
Box 27, Folder 13 A Compact Course in the Principles of Behavior, Linwood Children’s Center, Ellicott City, Maryland, 1967
Box 27, Folder 14 Navy Psychology 1
Box 27, Folder 15 Psychology 119, undated
Box 27, Folder 16 Structural Psychology, undated
Box 27, Folder 17-20 Sensory Psychology, Colgate?, undated
Box 27, Folder 21-22 Untitled PSI course, undated
Box 27, Folder 23 Exams, undated
Box 27, Folder 24 Student papers, unidentified, undated
Box 27, Folder 25-29 Untitled and undated course material
Box 27, Folder 30 Course descriptions/ syllabi by others, A-L
Box 27, Folder 31 Course descriptions/ syllabi by others, M-Z

Subseries C: Course Background Notes

Background and research notes for course topics. Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1 Audition, Columbia, 1939
Box 28, Folder 2-5 Behaviorism, Columbia, undated
Box 28, Folder 6 Educational Reform, undated
Box 28, Folder 7-8 Emotions, Columbia, undated
Box 28, Folder 9 History of Psychology, “Matters of History,” Columbia, undated
Box 28, Folder 10-12 History of Psychology, undated
Box 28, Folder 13 Gestalt Psychology, undated
Box 28, Folder 14 Personality, undated
Box 28, Folder 15 Psychology of Human Conflict
Box 28, Folder 16 Sensory Psychology
Box 28, Folder 17-28 Verbal Behavior, undated
Box 28, Folder 29 W.C.?, Columbia, 1939

Subseries D: Experiments

Box 28, Folder 30 “Darkness” Drive, 1939
Box 28, Folder 31 Discrimination Box, procedure sheet and info
Box 28, Folder 32 Double Alternation experiment, 1930-1931
Box 28, Folder 33 “Phantom Plateau” and Morse Code work
Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1 Keller, Fred S. and Karl M. Wilbur, “A Preliminary Study of Rat Behavior in a Square Temporal Maze,” 1932-1933
Box 29, Folder 2 “Schedule of Reinforcement,” 1938-1939
Box 29, Folder 3 Unidentified experiment data by Justin Paul Carey
Box 29, Folder 4 Unindentified data
Box 29, Folder 5 Unidentified materia
Box 29, Folder 6 Miscellaneous fragments
Box 29, Folder 7 Untitled experiment, São Paolo, 1961

Subseries E: U.N.C. Psychology Department

Box 29, Folder 8 Psychology Department Memos, 1981-1982
Box 29, Folder 9 Psychology Department Colloquium Series, 1981-1982

Series VI: Professional Life

(3 Boxes)

Subseries A: Professional Organizations

Box 29, Folder 10 Associazione Italiano di Analisi e Modificazione del Comportamento
Box 29, Folder 11 APS; Archives of the History of American Psychology; Assembly for Scientific and Applied Psychology; Associated Research Councils Committee on International Exchange of Persons; American Society for Engineering Education
Box 29, Folder 12 ABA (Association for Behavior Analysis), 1978-1980
Box 29, Folder 13 ABA, 1981-1984
Box 29, Folder 14 ABA, 1985-1988
Box 29, Folder 15 ABA, 1989
Box 29, Folder 16 ABA, 1990-1993
Box 29, Folder 17 ABA, undated
Box 29, Folder 18 APA (American Psychological Association), Division 25
Box 29, Folder 19 APA, Division 26 and APA miscellaneous
Box 29, Folder 20 BAMRC (Behavior Analysis/Modification in the Regular Classroom); B.F. Skinner Foundation
Box 29, Folder 21 Berkshire Conference on Behavior Analysis and Therapy
Box 29, Folder 22-23 Cambridge Center for Behavioral Analysis
Box 29, Folder 24 Carolina Psychology Alumni Association
Box 29, Folder 25 Center for Personalized Instruction
Box 29, Folder 26 Danforth Conference, 1974
Box 29, Folder 27 EAHB-SIG directory
Box 29, Folder 28 First International Congress on Behaviorism and the Sciences of Behavior, Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct 5-9, 1992
Box 29, Folder 29 Florida Association for Behavior Analysis
Box 29, Folder 30 Fred S. Keller School, 1986-1987
Box 29, Folder 31 Fred S. Keller School, 1989-1991
Box 29, Folder 32 Fred S. Keller School, 1991 and undated
Box 29, Folder 33 H&H Enterprises; Institute for Behavioral Research, Inc.
Box 29, Folder 34 International Behaviorology Association, 1993
Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1 International Congress of Psychology
Box 30, Folder 2-3 International Society for Individualized Instruction ISII)
Box 30, Folder 4 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Box 30, Folder 5 Journal of Experimental Analysis and Behavior
Box 30, Folder 6 Linwood Children’s Center, Ellicott, MD
Box 30, Folder 7 National Committee For Excellence in Teaching Education
Box 30, Folder 8-9 North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis
Box 30, Folder 10 Organização Instituto de Análise de Comportamento, 1995
Box 30, Folder 11 Psi Chi
Box 30, Folder 12 Research Triangle Institute
Box 30, Folder 13 Sloan Foundation
Box 30, Folder 14 Sociedad Mexicano de Analisis de la Conducta
Box 30, Folder 15 Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia
Box 30, Folder 16 Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis
Box 30, Folder 17 Society of Experimental Psychologists, 1995
Box 30, Folder 18 Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behavior
Box 30, Folder 19 Southeastern Association for Behavioral Analysis

Subseries B: Programs from Events Attended by Keller

Box 30
Box 30, Folder 20 Various, 1945-1959
Box 30, Folder 21 Various, 1970-1974
Box 30, Folder 22 Various, 1975-1976
Box 30, Folder 23 Various, 1977-1979
Box 30, Folder 24 Various, 1980-1989
Box 30, Folder 25 Various, 1990-1991
Box 30, Folder 26 Various, undated

Subseries C: Miscellaneous University Materials

Box 30
Box 30, Folder 27 American River College – California School of Professional Psychology
Box 30, Folder 28 Colgate
Box 30, Folder 29 Columbia University (names of Keller’s former students and PhD candidates)
Box 30, Folder 30 Furman University – Georgia State
Box 30, Folder 31 Harvard
Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1 Indian Business College – SUNY
Box 31, Folder 2 Texas Christian College
Box 31, Folder 3 Tufts University
Box 31, Folder 4 Universidad – Universidade
Box 31, Folder 5 University – Unidentified

Subseries D: Newspaper Clippings

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 6 About Keller’s American colleagues
Box 31, Folder 7 About Keller’s Brazilian colleagues and students
Box 31, Folder 8 Education
Box 31, Folder 9 Keller’s career; Letters to the Editor
Box 31, Folder 10 PSI

Subseries E: Professional Information About Others

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 11 A – E
Box 31, Folder 12 F – L
Box 31, Folder 13 M – Z

Subseries F: Miscellaneous

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 14 Copyright information
Box 31, Folder 15 Foreign Service / Veteran Information
Box 31, Folder 16 Keller CV and biographical information
Box 31, Folder 17 Morse Code; Camp Crowder, 1943-1944
Box 31, Folder 18 Receipts
Box 31, Folder 19 Royalty Statements and publisher information
Box 31, Folder 20 University of North Carolina Inter-Office Memos

Series VII: Manuscripts by Others

Written by others and arranged alphabetically by author’s last name

Box 32
Box 32, Folder 1 A

Abramowitz, Reuben. “Dr. F.S. Keller method of training radio operators.” July 31, 1944, 15pp., typed

Acker, Loren E. “Training of Mediators.” Undated. 20pp., typed

de Almeida, Antonio Ribeiro. Untitled fragment, undated. 2pp., typed

[Azzi, Rodolpho]. “As Máquinas de Aprender E A Instruçăo Programada.” Undated. 6pp., typed.

[Azzi, Rodolpho]. “Máquinas de aprender: a moda e o mêdo.” Undated. 9pp., typed.

[Azzi, Rodolpho?]. “Condicionamente Operante.” Undated. 6pp., typed.

Azzi, Rodolpho. “Foreword to Students of the First Self-Paced Psychology Course at the University of Brasilia, in August, 1964″ (translation by Keller). 1964, 4pp., typed

Azzi, Rodolpho. Research Proposal. Nov 25, 1961, 12pp., typed

Azzi, Rodolpho. “Relacôes temporais entre dois esquemas de refôrco.” Undated. 5pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 2 B

Bergman, Lester V. and Frank H. Piko. “Reflexes: Spinal, decerebrato, and normal.” 1932, 11pp., typed

Bori, Carolina Martuscelli. [How PSI developed in Brazil]. (Translation by Keller and published as a chapter in PSI, the Keller Plan Handbook: Essay on A Personalized System of Instruction. 1974, 14pp., typed

Bori, Carolina Martuscelli. “A preparasão de pessoal docente no sistema de ensino personalizado – formas alternativas.” 10pp., handwritten

Buskist, William, David Cush and Richard J. DeGrandpre. “The Life and Times of PSI.” 1992(?), 26pp., typed. 2 other drafts

Box 32, Folder 3 Bullock, Donald H. (in collaboration with Fred S. Keller and William N. Schoenfeld). “Researches in the Science of Behavior.” 1949. Approximately 100pp., typed
Box 32, Folder 4 Ca-Ce

Case, Harry. “Education in Utopia, N.C.” March 16, 1989. 10pp., typed

Celinski, Olgierd. “Interactive Learning.” Oct 14, 1971. 2pp., typed

Celinski, Olgierd. “Mathematics in Engineering Education.” June 1964. 7pp., typed

Celinski, Olgierd. “Students’ Strikes in Karachi, and what came out of it.” Draft of an article. Feb-June 1965. 9pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 5 Ch-Co

Chisholm, Drake C. and Donald A. Cook. “A Model of Cause Effect Relations in the Study of Behavior.” Undated. 25pp., typed

Cofer, Charles N. “An Open Letter to the Anti-Behaviorists: A Tribute to Walter S. Hunter.” Aug 12, 1989. 28pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 6 Cobb, Edward S. “Beyond Freedom and Dignity: A Reply To Noam Chomsky.” 1974. 18pp., typed

Cobb, Edward S. “Just For Psychologists: On The Making of One.” 1980s. 4pp., typed

Cobb, Edward S. and Gerard R. D’Alessio. “Relative Discriminative Power of Individual Components of a Compound SD.” 1957? 18pp., typed with 8 pages of drawings and graphs

Box 32, Folder 7 Cook, Donald A. “Computers and the Management of Self-Paced Mastery Course Systems.” Sept 1990. 22pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Currents of Energy: Directions for Instructional Use of the Computer: A Report to Bunker Hill Community College, Cahrlestown, MA.” Mar 1989. 15pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “The Design of Interactive Self-Paced Instructional Systems: A Planning Checklist.” Undated. 5pp, typed

Cook, Donald A. “Fiction and the Fears of Utopia.” May 25, 1991. 16pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Fred S. Keller and Morse Code.” June 17, 1995. 10pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 8 Cook, Donald A. “Insert Xeroxed Text Exactly Here” (pp. 19-27). Undated. 8pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Journal: March 1986.” 13pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Journal: April 1986.” 11pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. Journal: March 8-March 18, 1987.” 8pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 9 Cook, Donald A. “Morse Code: The Hidden Legacy.” Undated. 47pp., typed
Box 32, Folder 10 Cook, Donald A. “Planning A PSI Course.” Undated. 9pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Process and Outcome.” Undated. 11pp., typed

Cook, Donald A., Gerald McGowan and Charles D. Atkinson. “Role of Pre-Requisites in Learning from Computer-Based Training.” May 29, 1993. 15pp., typed and 14pp. supplemental material

Cook, Donald A. “Teaching Writing By Computer.” May 27, 1987. 7pp., typed

Cook, Donald A. “Thoughts on B.F. Skinner.” 1990. 3pp., typed. 2 copies

Box 32, Folder 11 Cook, Donald A. Miscellaneous typed fragments.
Box 32, Folder 12 Cr-Dep

Cruz, Lauro M. “Comissão de Educacão E Cultura.” 1961. 6pp., typed

Culler, Finch, Girden and Brogden. “Measurements of Acuity by the Conditioned Response Technique.” 1935. 7pp., typed

Dept. Of Cultural Affairs. Report on Brazil. July 1, 1960. 7pp., typed. 2 copies

Box 32, Folder 13 De-Do

De Souza, Deisy da Graças. “A Produçăo de Analise de Compartamento Nos laborotorios Brasileiros.” 1987. 2pp., typed.

Desprez, Frank. “Lasca” (poem)

Dorow, Laura G. and Nan McCorkle. “The Fred S. Keller School: Planned Parenthood.” May 1988. Speaking draft of paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis. 13pp., typed

Dorow, Laura G. and Nan McCorkle. “The Fred S. Keller School Response to the ABA Task Force on Right to Effective Education.” Speaking draft of paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis. May 29, 1988. 13pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 14 F-Ga

Findahl, Robert L. “Update on High Tech methods for High Tech Education.” April 1985. 18pp., typed.

Gallup. Howard F. “Concerns with some criticisms of PSI.” Undated. 4pp., typed

Gallup. Howard F. and Robert W. Allan. “Concerns with some recent criticisms of the Personalized System of Instruction (PSI).” Undated. 14pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 15 Ge-Go

Geis, George L. “Remarks as discussant at Division 2 Symposium.” Sept 2, 1967. 4pp., typed

German, Brad? “Psychology at Columbia: Plans For the Future.” 1958? 17pp., typed

German, Brad. Untitled speech. Undated. 2pp., typed

Gilhousen, H.C. “What A Drive is Not.” Undated. 6pp., typed

Gomez, Jose Anicama. “Discurso de Presentacion. Aplicaciones a la Educacion y Clinica Especial.” Aug 1978. 7pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 16 Gra-Gre

Grant, Sidney. “La Technologia Educativa en la America Latina: Su Difusion y Significado.” Aplicaciones a la Educacion y Clinica Especial.” Aug 7-18, 1978. 7pp., typed

Greer, R. Douglas. “The Autonomous Learner.” Undated. 40pp., typed

Greer, R. Douglas. “A Systems Analysis of the Behaviors of Schooling.” Undated. 40pp., typed

Box 32, Folder 17 Gre-Gu

Greer, R. Douglas. “Our Educational Crisis: Contributing Factors and Solutions.” Undated. 37pp., typed

Guilhardi, Hélio José. “A History of Behavior Modification in Brazil.” 1976. 52pp., typed

Box 33
Box 33, Folder 1 H

Hardy, Mary Anne. “Home Programs for Parents of Retarded Children.” July 22, 1976. 12pp., typed

Hefferline, Ralph F. “Proposed Program of the Department of Psychology for 1961-1962 and several succeeding years.” 1961. 5pp., typed

Henle, R.J. “A Center for Individualized Instruction in Higher Education.” A proposal to the Carnegie Corporation. April 15, 1973. 33pp., typed

Hirsch, jerry. Review of Behavior Genetics by John L. Fuller and W. Robert Thompson. 1960? 5pp., typed

Hobbs, Stephen H. “A Comparison of Student-and-Instructor-paced Formats in the Introductory Psychology Course.” Undated. 15pp., typed

Hurwitz, H.M.B. “Conditioned Responses in Rats Reinforced by Light.” June 5, 1955

Box 33, Folder 2 Keller, John V. “Delayed Escape from Light by the Albino Rat.” Undated. 12pp., typed

Keller, John V. “Theories of Emotion.” Undated. 31pp., typed

Keller, John V. “Three Gifts.” June 27, 1989. 5pp., typed

Box 33, Folder 3 Kennedy, Edmund Joseph. “Analysis of Stimulus-Response Relations in International Morse Code.” 1960. 69pp., typed

[Kerbauy, Rachel Rodrigues]. “The Scientist Teacher.” 1996?. 9pp., typed

Kerr, Andrew. Talk about his father for the Colgate class of 1933. 1983, 4pp., typed

Box 33, Folder 4 Koen, Billy V. “Preliminary Proposal submitted to Sloan Foundation for State-of-the-Art Meeting, 1976: The Keller Plan.” March 1976. 45pp., typed
Box 33, Folder 5 L-Mc

Lamm, Nyla C. “Behaviorology: The Education of Teachers and Infant Students from a Systems Perspective – An Ecological Approach to Management.” Oct 1994. 6pp., typed

Lumsdaine, A.A. and D.J. Klaus. “What’s in a Name – A Problem of Terminology.” June 21, 1960. 4pp., typed

Lyon, Dan. “Paul Mountjoy: Retirement Toast.” May 29, 1986. 2pp., typed

Martin, Garry. “Developing Group Homes for the Severely Retarded and Profoundly Retarded.” Undated. 9pp., printed text

Matos, Maria-Amália. “A Hereditariedade E O Ambiente Face Às Diferenças Individuais.” 1962. 6pp., typed

McCorkle, Nan. “The Fred Keller School.” Undated. 7pp., typed

McDade, Claudia E. “An ABA Salute to Fred Keller.” Aug 5, 1989. 3pp., typed

McIlvane, William J. and Lawrence T. Stoddard. “Acquisition of Matching-to-Sample Performances in Severe Retardation: Learning By Exclusion.” Undated. 27pp., typed

McGill, William J. “Windows on the World.” May 26, 1989. 5pp., typed

Box 33, Folder 6 Me-Mi

Mejias, Nilce Pinheiro. “Attention of a companion as reinforcement for playing behavior.” Undated. 3pp., typed

Meyers, Carolyn H. “Psychological Manipulation in Utopian and Dystopian Novels, 1932-1963.” Outline for Dissertation. Undated. 5pp., typed

Michael, Jack. “College Teaching Workshop.” 1991. 30pp., printed text

Michael, Jack. “Historical Antecedents of Behavioral Analysis.” Undated. 11pp., typed

Miller, Carl. Biographical sketch. Sept 6, 1979. 4pp., typed

Miller, J.S., E.R. Clardy and J.W. Thiesen. “Electroencephalography: Clinical and Technical Procedures in Use at Rockland State Hospital.” Jan 1943. 9pp., typed

Box 33, Folder 7 Morris, Edward K. “B.F. Skinner, Third Variables, and a Problem in the Province of Knowledge.” 1995. 31pp., typed

Morris, Edward K. “Message from the President: The Best of Times, But Sometimes a Dickens of a Term.” Undated. 8pp., typed

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