James E. Boyle Papers,1894-1938

Collection Number: 21-10-210

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
James E. Boyle papers, 1894-1938.
Collection Number:
21-10-210
Creator:
James E. (James Ernest) Boyle, 1873-1938.
Quantity:
13.6 cubic ft.
Forms of Material:
Correspondence, pamphlets, articles, clippings and other material.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Correspondence, pamphlets, articles, clippings and other material mostly concerning agricultural marketing.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Agricultural economist.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Correspondence, pamphlets, articles, clippings and other material mostly concerning agricultural marketing.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Boyle, James E. (James Ernest), 1873-1938.
Cornell University--Faculty.

Subjects:
Agriculture--Economic aspects--Study and teaching.
Agriculture--Marketing.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Cite As:
James E. Boyle papers, #21-10-210. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Box 1
Correspondence with Sidney Adams of Northern Immigration Assoc.
Box 1
Correspondence with H.K. Work of Agricultural Trade Relations, Inc.
Box 1
Correspondence with S.L. Althouse of Item Publishing Co. concerning AAA and gov't lending and spending program
Box 1
Correspondence with Martin F. Amorous on plight of farmer in 1920s and problem of production
Box 1
Correspondence with J.M. Anderson, both criticizing new gov't agricultural program
Box 1
Correspondence with J.A. Anderson on soil conservation
Box 1
Correspondence with M.L. Anderson on farm marketing act
Box 1
Correspondence with A.W. Ashby on unsoundness of AAA and Farm Board
Box 1
Correspondence with M.G. Bush of A&P on hedging
Box 1
Correspondence with Jane Addams ( Nov. 12, 1912 ) on academic freedom
Box 1
Correspondence with Walter Weyl on academic freedom
Box 1
Correspondence with Victor Wardrope on academic freedom
Box 1
Correspondence on Boyle's Agricultural Economics, "Agrarian Movement in the Northwest," "Anarchy on the Farm"
Box 1
Reports of American Real Estate Co.
Box 1
Lengthy correspondence of Boyle's article on AAA for Atlantic Monthly, 1936
Box 1
Correspondence of Perry Baird showing pronounced Roosevelt feeling among Midwest farmers, 1932
Box 1
Correspondence on U.S. Canadian reciprocity in grain trading
Box 1
Percy W. Bidwell letter on rural economy in New Eng.
Box 1
Fred Biermann, Repr. of Iowa, letter on form legislation, 1937
Box 1
Much correspondence on Boyle's writings on cooperative marketing
Box 1
Boyle's correspondence with Rep. Ralph Brewster on gov't propaganda in behalf of AAA
Box 1
Correspondence with Robert Dodge Baldwin
Box 1
Correspondence with E.S. Bayard
Box 1
Correspondence with Dr. J.S. Booth
Box 1
Boyle's lengthy correspondence with U.S. Bureau of Markets while Field Agent in Marketing, N.D., 1916-1917
Box 1
Boyle's arguments with H.W. Caffey on necessity for low tariff
Box 1
Boyle's correspondence with Thomas Campbell favoring back-to-the-land movement
Box 1
Lengthy correspondence on world grain trade, and letter of Stuart Chase on Canadian grain trade
Box 1
Correspondence with Arthur H. Cole
Box 1
Boyle's correspondence with Collier's opposing George Creel's crop insurance theories
Box 1
Correspondence with Senator R.S. Copeland opposing Roosevelt's "Court-packing" plan, 1937
Box 1
Some correspondence with C.W.A. labor in Ithaca
Box 1
Extensive correspondence with Rep. Emmanuel Celler of N.Y.
Box 1
Extensive correspondence with Chicago Board of Trade
Box 1
Correspondence with Rep. Sterling Cole on Gaffey Acts and AAA and Sup. Ct. fight
Box 2
Correspondence on Boyle's Herald Tribune articles on Southern Agricultural education
Box 2
Correspondence with Richard T. Ely at Wisconsin
Box 2
Extensive correspondence on books Farm Relief and Chicago Wheat Prices for 81 Years
Box 2
Correspondence with Frank E. Gannett
Box 2
Extensive correspondence with Grain Dealers Nat. Assoc.
Box 2
Boyle's letter to Pres. Harding on International Institute of Agriculture at Rome
Box 2
Numerous letters to Farm Marketing Act by W.P. Hartman and Boyle
Box 2
Boyle's letter to Herbert Hoover, Sec. of Commerce, 1924 , on hedging, and to Pres. Hoover, 1932 on immigration laws for foreign students
Box 2
Correspondence with James J. Hill
Box 2
Correspondence with Senator Moses Clapp of Interstate Commerce Committee
Box 2
Extensive correspondence with Rep. Meyer Jacobstein, N.Y.
Box 2
Threatening letter from KKK
Box 2
Correspondence with Gov. Alf Landon
Box 2
Correspondence with Wm. Langer of N.D.
Box 2
Correspondence with Wm. Lemke, Rep. of N.D.
Box 2
Correspondence with Gov. Frank O. Lowden
Box 2
Correspondence concerning milk and egg problems, tuberculin tests of cattle, etc.
Box 2
Correspondence with Edwin Mead criticizing AAA and NRA
Box 2
Letter to Sec. of Treasury Andrew Mellon
Box 3
Correspondence with Sen. P.J. McCumber on Boyle's testimony on Canadian reciprocity
Box 3
File of correspondence on Fed. Farm Board
Box 3
Correspondence with Henry Morgenthau
Box 3
Correspondence with Allan Nevins
Box 3
Correspondence with H.T. Corson
Box 3
Extensive correspondence on Boyle's N.Y. Times articles 1928 criticizing George Peek's farm policies, and article 1937 on cotton
Box 3
Correspondence with Oswald G. Villard
Box 3
Correspondence with E.G. Nourse
Box 3
Correspondence with Henry F. Pringle on the Outlook
Box 4
Correspondence with Rep. Robert Ramspeck on CCC
Box 4
Correspondence with several Congressmen on Canadian reciprocity treaty, 1911
Box 4
Correspondence with Franklin Roosevelt as Gov. and Pres. on farm problems
Box 4
Correspondence with Rep. Joseph Shannon of Mo. on Gov't in business
Box 4
Correspondence with James Shotwell on Canadian-American relations
Box 4
Correspondence with Sen. E.D. Smith on cotton
Box 4
Extensive correspondence on Boyle's "Ever-Normal Granary" article for Sat. Evening Post
Box 5
Much correspondence concerning Boyle's foreign students and his efforts to help them
Box 5
Extensive correspondence with Dept. of Agric. officials on marketing problems
Box 5
Several Boyle letters to Sen. Robert Wagner
Correspondence with Sec. of Agric. Henry A. Wallace
Box 5
Carbon copy of letter from Boyle to Wallace, Mar. 11, 1933 , congratulating him on his appointment as Secretary of Agriculture and asking if Wallace will permit him to come and talk over economic problems yearly (1 p. yellow paper)
Box 5
Typed letter from Wallace to Boyle, Mar. 13, 1933 , saying that he will be glad to see Boyle and adding that the greatest service he can render, as Secretary will be to reconcile "the various forces" to help bring about a national economy which will meet the world situation (1 p. TLS)
Box 5
Carbon copy of letter from Boyle to Wallace, Mar. 14, 1933, sending him a copy of an article on price fixing by George F. Warren and remarking that there is alarm over a report that power will be given to FDR to fix certain agricultural prices (1 p. yellow paper)
Box 5
Typed letter from Wallace to Boyle, Mar. 13, 1934 , thanking him for his letter of Mar. 7 (not in Boyle's papers) and saying he is glad to know that he is in sympathy with the recommendations the Secretary made in New York on Mar. 5 (1 p. TLS)
Box 5
Correspondence with Sen. Burton K. Wheeler on Farm Board
Box 5
Correspondence with Sen. John S. Williams
Box 5
Extensive correspondence with Geo. Warren plus clippings
Box 6
Letters of Edwin Searl to Boyle, his nephew, and other family correspondence
Box 7
Letters of Effie, Eliz., and Louise Boyle and other family correspondence
Box 8
Boyle's letters to wife and daughters
Box 9
Agricultural reports, manuscripts of Boyle's speeches and articles, published articles, rough notes
Box 10
Published articles, newspaper clippings, notes, manuscripts, and loose journals
Box 11
Newspaper clippings, articles, notes
Box 12
Newspaper clippings, articles, notes, much material on reciprocity treaty, wheat pools, etc.
Box 13
Loose pamphlets and journals, newspaper clippings, and articles
Box 14
Printed articles, pamphlets, bulletins, manuscripts, and lectures
Box 15
Material on Non-Partisan League, newspaper clippings, printed articles, and pamphlets
Box 16
Newspaper clippings, notes, photographs, mostly relating to Boyle's travels
Box 17
Newspaper clippings, and articles
Box 18
Boyle's bibliographical index and notes
Box 19
Articles, advertisements, notes, and photographs