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Papers of Robert J. Haggerty, M.D.

Introduction

Robert J. Haggerty's career extended beyond clinical practice to a lifelong effort to promote the health of children and adolescents by establishing more effective integrated services and policies. In working toward these goals, Haggerty became internationally known through his work in academe, national and international organizations, public policy forums, and foundation management. Dr. Haggerty’s papers were transferred to the Edward G. Miner Library between 2008 and 2010. Processing the Papers of Robert J. Haggerty, M.D. was completed in September 2010. The collection is comprised of seventy-five boxes occupying sixty linear feet.

Biographical Data

Robert Johns Haggerty was born in Saranac Lake, N.Y. on 20 October 1925 to Gordon Abbott Haggerty (1897-1962) and Nina Belle Johns (1896-1973). He was raised in Worcester, Otsego County, N.Y., where his father, a 1920 graduate of the Albany College of Pharmacy, operated a drugstore. After graduating from Worcester High School, Haggerty attended Cornell University, where he received his B.S. (zoology) in 1946. He immediately entered Cornell University Medical College, from which he graduated in 1949. On the 29th of October that year, Haggerty married Muriel Ethel Protzmann, a 1948 graduate of the Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing (Philadelphia). They would have four children.

Worcester NY 1930s

Main Street, Worcester, N.Y., circa 1940

In 1949 Haggerty began his long association with Rochester during an internship at Strong Memorial Hospital, the teaching hospital of the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry. His internship was followed by two years service as a captain in the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Maxwell Airforce Base in Montgomery, Alabama. In 1953 Haggerty began a residency in pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Boston. By 1954 he was chief medical resident at Children’s Hospital and a teaching fellow at Harvard Medical School. Haggerty would remain in Boston ten years. At Children’s Hospital he was the founding medical director of the Family Health Care Program (1955), director of the Boston Poison Information Center (1956), and senior associate in medicine. Following a Commonwealth Fund fellowship in social pediatrics at St. Mary’s Hospital (London), Haggerty was was appointed assistant professor of pediatrics at Harvard (1962).

In 1964 Haggerty returned to Rochester as chairman of the Dept. of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry and pediatrician-in-chief at Strong Memorial Hospital. He remained in Rochester a decade – spending a year at the Center for Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences in Palo Alto, California in 1974-75. He returned to Boston in 1975 as Roger Irving Lee Professor of Public Health, chairman of the Dept. of Health Services, and acting chair of the Dept. of Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard School of Public Health (1975-78), as well as clinical professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and senior associate in medicine at the Children’s Hospital, Boston.

In 1980 Haggerty left academe to become president of the New York-based William T. Grant Foundation, a philanthropic entity that supports research on improving the mental health of school-age children. During this period he was also a member of Carnegie Commission on Children (1972-77), director of the General Pediatrics & Academic Development Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (1978), clinical professor of pediatrics at Cornell University Medical College, and attending physician at the New York Hospital. After his “retirement” in 1992, Haggerty was made Professor of Pediatrics Emeritus at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry.

Dr. Haggerty’s activities in professional societies, his board memberships, government service, editorial activity, consultancies, visiting professorships, honors & awards are too numerous to fully chronicle here. He served on numerous government advisory groups, including the White House Conference on Health (1965); the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition & Health (1969); the Health Services Study Section of the Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare (chairman, 1969-70, 1982-84); the National Advisory Health Serivces Council (1971-75); the President’s Science Advisory Committee (1972); the Commission on Human Resources of the National Research Council (1975-78), and numerous committees of the Institutes of Medicine. His memberships in professional societies included the Ambulatory Pediatric Association (president, 1964); the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairmen (president, 1969-70); the Society for Pediatric Research (vice president, 1970); the American Academy of Pediatrics (president, 1984-85); the New York Academy of Medicine (vice-president, 1988-89); and the International Pediatric Association (executive director, 1993-98).

Robert J. Haggerty is the author of more than 150 original papers, numerous book chapters, and three books, including Ambulatory pediatrics, a standard text that he co-edited through five editions that appeared between 1968 and 1999. He also served on numerous editorial boards and was associate editor of the New England Journal of Medicine (1959-64); co-editor of the journal Pediatrics (1972-80); co-editor of the Journal of human stress (1976-88); founding editor-in-chief of Pediatrics-in-review (1978-2005); executive editor of the Health policy quarterly (1982-88); and editor-in-chief of the Journal of urban health (1992-99).

The Papers

The bulk of the Papers of Robert J. Haggerty are arranged chronologically – the order in which they were received. The first two boxes contain miscellaneous records and geneaologies of the families of both R.J. Haggerty and Muriel B. Protzmann. The last twenty-nine boxes contain awards, diplomas & certificates; an extensive photograph collection; scrapbooks, yearbooks, and other family memorabilia.

The collection chronicles Haggerty’s life and career from his boyhood in Worcester, N.Y. to his retirement in 1992 and after. Within these files are to be found extensive correspondence – both personal and professional, reprints, lectures, studies & reports, documentation of his involvement with national and international organizations, newspaper clippings, honors and awards. There is considerable material pertaining to his year as a Commonwealth Foundation Faculty Fellow (1961-62), the Harvard School of Public Health, the W.T. Grant Foundation, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the International Pediatric Association.

 

Gordon Haggerty's drugstore

Gordon Haggerty's pharmacy, Main St., Worcester, N.Y., circa 1940

 

Inventory of the Haggerty Papers

 

BOX ONE

  • Folder 1: Argersinger family
  • Folder 2: Argersinger family
  • Folder 3: Haggerty family
  • Folder 4: Haggerty family
  • Folder 5: Hall family
  • Folder 6: Hall family
  • Folder 7: Johns family
  • Folder 8: Maltby family
  • Folder 9: Meierdierck family
  • Folder 10: Protzmann & Morhard families
  • Folder 11: Sherwood Ackler Haggerty, M.D. – biographical essay by RJH
  • Folder 12: Sherwood Haggerty, M.D.
  • Folder 13: Lelia R. Haggerty: wills, etc.

BOX TWO

  • Folder 1: Serial history of Richfield Springs, N.Y. published in the Richfield Springs Mercury (1972)
  • Folder 2: Nina B. Johns: birth certificate, baptismal certificate, commencement, wedding announcement
  • Folder 3: Nina B. Johns: “War” [manuscript essay], Johnstown High School (1914)
  • Folder 4: Nina B. Johns: miscellaneous correspondence
  • Folder 5: Nina B. Haggerty: “Bermuda” [manuscript essay] (undated)
  • Folder 6: Nina B. Haggerty: death certificate, obits, will, etc.
  • Folder 7: Gordon A. Haggerty: birth certificate & other documents
  • Folder 8: Gordon A. Haggerty: The World War book: being a record of war activities of this community … Richfield Springs, N.Y., 1919
  • Folder 9: Gordon A. Haggerty: U.S. Navy
  • Folder 10: Gordon A. Haggerty: pharmacist
  • Folder 11: Gordon A. Haggerty: talks given
  • Folder 12: Gordon A. Haggerty: miscellaneous correspondence
  • Folder 13: Gordon A. Haggerty: deeds, mortgages, etc.
  • Folder 14: Gordon A. Haggerty: disability
  • Folder 15: Gordon A. Haggerty: miscellaneous
  • Folder 16: Gordon A. Haggerty: wills, etc.
  • Haggerty Drug Store Worcester NY
  • Gordon Haggerty crossing Main St. to his pharmacy in Worcester, N.Y., 1938

     

    BOX THREE

  • Folder 1: Gordon & Nina Haggerty’s “Bridal Memories” book (1921-24)
  • Folder 2: General Hospital of Saranac Lake: bill for delivery of RJH (2 Nov 1925)
  • Folder 3: “Our Baby’s Book” [RJH] (1925)
  • Folder 4: “Baby Dear” book [RJH]
  • Folder 5: “My School Day Autobiography” [RJH]
  • Folder 6: RJH letters to his parents (1934-35)
  • Folder 7: 4-H Club certificates (1936-37)
  • Folder 8: First Presbyterian Church (Worcester, N.Y.)
  • Folder 9: Camp Agaming: autograph book (Aug 1939)
  • Folder 10: Worcester Central School: grades 1-12 report cards
  • Folder 11: Nina Haggerty’s diary of visit to World’s Fair, NYC (Sep 1939)
  • Folder 12: Boy Scout merit badges (1939-42)
  • Folder 13: Handwritten notes for Boy Scout merit badges
  • Folder 14: Worcester High School
  • Folder 15: Worcester High School: Mirror, Senior Issue (Jun 1943)
  • Folder 16: Worcester High School: diploma (21 Jun 1943)
  • Worcester High baseball team 1942

    Worcester High School baseball team, 1942 (RJH standing third from left)

BOX FOUR

  • Folder 1: Worcester, N.Y.: miscellanea
  • Folder 2: WW II ration books
  • Folder 3: Selective Service (1943-44)
  • Folder 4: Chestnut Ridge Camp (1944-45)
  • Folder 5: College entrance examination (10 Apr 1943)
  • Folder 6: V-12 application (1943)
  • Folder 7: Cornell University: official correspondence
  • Folder 8: Cornell University: scholarships
  • Folder 9: Cornell University: expenses (1943)
  • Folder 10: Cornell University: societies
  • Folder 11: Cornell Desk Book (1944/45, 1945/46)
  • Folder 12: Cornell University: newspaper clippings
  • Folder 13: Cornell University: English exercises
  • Folder 14: Cornell University Medical College: official correspondence (1944-49)
  • Folder 15: Cornell University Medical College: personal diary (Jan-May 1946)
  • Folder 16: Cornell University Medical College: invitations
  • Folder 17: Cornell University Medical College: miscellanea
  • Folder 18: Cornell University Medical College: “Songs for OBS party” sent RJH by MEH (1949)
  • Folder 19: Cornell University Medical College: Letters to parents from Havana (Jul-Aug 1948)
  • Folder 20: Cornell University Medical College: James F. Toole’s letters from Havana (Jul-Aug 1948)
  • Folder 21: Cornell University Medical College: visit to Havana
  • Folder 22: Cornell University Medical College: anatomy test books
  • Folder 23: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes – medicine

BOX FIVE

  • Folder 1: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes - neuroanatomy
  • Folder 2: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes - organology
  • Folder 3: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes – pediatrics (Apr 1947)
  • Folder 4: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes – infant feedings
  • Folder 5: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes – physiology lab
  • Folder 6: Cornell University Medical College: lecture notes – public health, preventive medicine
  • Folder 7: Cornell University Medical College: “The pathogenesis of poliomyelitis” [manuscript]

BOX SIX

  • Cornell University Medical College: 5 x 7” cards and loose notes on various medical topics taken in class or lab

BOX SEVEN

  • Folder 1: General correspondence (1940-48)
  • Folder 2: Miscellaneous family correspondence (1930s-40s)
  • Folder 3: MEH: correspondence (1943-48)
  • Folder 4: MEH: letters to her father (Feb-May 1945)
  • Folder 5: National Board of Medical Examiners (1946-51)
  • Folder 6: MEH: nursing certification (1948)
  • Folder 7: Internship
  • Folder 8: “Little Book” carried by RJH as intern & resident
  • Folder 9: General correspondence (1949)
  • Folder 10: MEH: letters to RJH (Jun-Aug 1949)
  • Folder 11: RJH: letters to MEH (Jun-Jul 1949)
  • Folder 12: Marriage (1949)
  • Muriel Protzmann

    Muriel Haggerty in Boston, 1950

BOX EIGHT

  • Folder 1: “The Marriage Service” (1949)
  • Folder 2: RJH & MEH budget (1949-50)
  • Folder 3: General correspondence (1950-53)
  • Folder 4: Clippings & publicity (1950-58)
  • Folder 5: Invitations (1950s)
  • Folder 6: National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis: residency (1950)
  • Folder 7: Letters of RJH & MEH when former was in Pittsburgh (May 1950)
  • Folder 8: Letters of MEH to RJH in Utica (Sep-Oct 1950)
  • Folder 9: Letters of recruitment (1950-59)
  • Folder 10: Military service (1950-53)
  • Folder 11: Maxwell AFB: patient memorandum book (1951)
  • Folder 12: MEH: resignation from Visiting Nurse Association, Rochester, N.Y. (Mar 1951)
  • Folder 13: American Pediatric Society; Society for Pediatric Research: annual meetings, Old Point Comfort, Va. (1952)
  • Folder 14: RJH: letters to MEH (1953)
  • Folder 15: MEH: letters to RJH (1953-54)
  • Folder 16: Children’s Medical Center, Boston: reports (Oct 1953-Sep 1955)
  • Folder 17: General correspondence (1954-56)
  • Folder 18: RJH: letters to MEH (1954-55)
  • Folder 19: General correspondence (1957-59)
  • Robert and Muriel Haggerty

    The Haggertys with son Rob, 1951

     

BOX NINE

  • Folder 1: Ziai & Haggerty: “Neonatal meningitis” – manuscripts, reprint, correspondence (1957-58)
  • Folder 2: Notes on neonatal meningitis (1957-58)
  • Folder 3: Family medicine: preliminary report of an experimental teaching program at Harvard Medical School  (1958)
  • Folder 4: Report to Commonwealth Fund on family health care program … at Children’s Medical Center, Boston Lying-in Hospital and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (1958)
  • Folder 5: Boston Poison Information Center (1958)
  • Folder 6: “The family” – unpublished book chapter (196?)
  • Folder 7: “Look to the future” [lecture], New York State Medical Society (196?)
  • Folder 8: Handwritten notes on various topics (1960s)
  • Folder 9: Letters of Rob & Janet to their grandparents (1960s)
  • Folder 10: Unpublished editorials submitted to the New England Journal of Medicine (1960s)
  • Folder 11: General correspondence (1960-63)
  • Folder 12: Letters of recruitment (1960-64)
  • Folder 13: Clippings & publicity (1960-69)
  • Folder 14: Hospital staff appointments in Boston (1960-69)
  • Folder 15: Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Boston: annual report (1960)
  • Folder 16: “Cases from the Medical Grand Rounds of the Massachusetts General Hospital,” case no. 459: hydrocarbon inhalation [reprint] (1960)
  • Folder 17: “Bacterial infections in the newborn” [reprint] (1961)
  • Folder 18: Roger Irving Lee Professorship, Harvard School of Public Health (1961)

BOX TEN

  • Folder 1: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: “The Haggerty’s travelogue” (1961)
  • Folder 2: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: “Bob Haggerty’s medicalogue” (1961)
  • Folder 3: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: “A visitor’s suggestions for Pediatric Unit at St. Mary’s Hospital” (1961)
  • Folder 4: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: report (1963)
  • Folder 5: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: travel documents
  • Folder 6: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: correspondence received in London (1961-62)
  • Folder 7: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: correspondence to parents from England (1961)
  • Folder 8: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: correspondence to parents from England (1962)
  • Folder 9: Commonwealth Foundation faculty fellow: correspondence to parents from Europe (1962)
  • Folder 10: Markle scholar (1962)
  • Folder 11: Harvard Medical School: family care program funding (1963)
  • Folder 12: “General practice: extinction or rebirth?” [extract & typescript] (1963)
  • Folder 13: Clippings on RJH re: general practice (1963)
  • Folder 14: AMA, Congress on Medical Education, Chicago: remarks by RJH (1963)
  • Folder 15: “Out-patient and home care programs” [lecture], Philadelphia (1963)
  • Folder 16: “Marriage of two cultures: social science and medicine” [lecture], Society of Applied Anthropology, Albany, N.Y. (1963)
  • Folder 17: “The place of morbidity in the family” [lecture], International Medical Sociology Meeting (1963)
  • Folder 18: “The work of the family doctor” [lecture], Medical Society of the State of New York, Pediatric Section (1963)
  • Folder 19: American Association of Poison Control centers: presidential address (1963)
  • Folder 20: “The epidemiology of health in families” [lecture], American Academy of Pediatrics (1963)
  • Folder 21: General correspondence (1964)
  • Folder 22: Correspondence re: appointment at University of Rochester School of Medicine (1964)
  • Folder 23: Disposition of the house in Weston, Ma. (1964)
  • Robert J. Haggerty

    Robert J. Haggerty, Childrens Hospital, Boston, 1961

BOX ELEVEN

  • Folder 1: Farewell party at the Alperts (1964)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester School of Medicine: notes taken at Advisory Committee meetings (1964-69)
  • Folder 3: Reception for RJH, Helen Wood Hall (24 Sep 1964)
  • Folder 4: “Patients in a pediatric out-patient department” [lecture], Strong Memorial Hospital (1964)
  • Folder 5: “Education for the health professions” [lecture], Vocational Rehabilitation Administration Conference, Minneapolis (1964)
  • Folder 6: Strong Memorial Hospital: Executive Hospital Committee meeting (20 Jul 1964)
  • Folder 7: General correspondence (1965-69)
  • Folder 8: Letters from RJH in Columbia, S. America, to MEH (Mar 1965)
  • Folder 9: MEH: nursing registration (1965-69)
  • Folder 10: Northern Ohio Pediatric Society: 10th anniversary program (1965)
  • Folder 11: “Social problems in pediatric” [lecture, correspondence] (1965)
  • Folder 12: “The medical school and general practice” [flyer], Jackson Memorial Hospital (1965)
  • Folder 13: “The family physician and the delivery of health care” [lecture], White House Conference on Health, Washington, D.C. (1965)
  • Folder 14: “The medical school and family medicine” [lecture], Miami (1966)
  • Folder 15: U.S. Public Health Service. Health Services Research: itinerary for Scandinavian trip (1966)
  • Folder 16: Letters from RJH in Scandinavia to MEH (Jun 1966)
  • Folder 17: “The place of morbid episodes in the social interaction pattern” [lecture], International Sociological Association, Evian, France (1966)
  • Folder 18: “Haggerty’s haggardly crew” [program] (1966)
  • Folder 19: Correspondence with Margot Jeffreys (1966-73)
  • Folder 20: Letters of recruitment (1967-72)
  • Folder 21: Stephanie Morhard’s wedding (1967)
  • Folder 22: “Community pediatrics” [lecture, program, flyer], University of Western Ontario (Feb 1967); SUNY Upstate Medical Center (Nov 1967)
  • Folder 23: Ross Conference on Pediatric Research: report of the 56th conference (1967)
  • Folder 24: “History of the family health care program” [typescript] (1967)
  • Folder 25: Comments on Walter Holland’s paper delivered at the International Epidemiology Association meeting, Yugoslavia (1967)
  • Folder 26: “Effectiveness of comprehensive pediatric care” [typescript] (1968)
  • Folder 27: “Comprehensive pediatrics” [reprint] (1968)
  • Folder 28: “Research problems in community pediatrics” [lecture], International Pediatric Society, Mexico City (1968)
  • Folder 29: Ambulatory pediatrics [advertisement] (1968)
  • Folder 30: Rochester child health studies (1968-71)

BOX TWELVE

  • Folder 1: Rochester child health studies (1968-71)
  • Folder 2: Rochester child health studies (1968-71)
  • Folder 3: University of Rochester School of Medicine: Committee on program development (1969)
  • Folder 4: Harvard Medical School: 10th annual family medicine lecture [flyer] (1969)
  • Folder 5: “Comments on the maternal and child health and crippled children’s services grant program” [typescript] (1969)
  • Folder 6: “Family medicine: science or service” [flyer], Harvard Medical School (1969)
  • Folder 7: “A study of family medicine in Upstate New York” [extract] (1969)
  • Folder 8: “What can we measdure in maternal and child health care programs?” [lecture], Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine (1969)
  • Folder 9: Testimony before the U.S. senate (2 Dec 1969)
  • Folder 10: Report of the Evaluation Group to the Senate of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico on the development of a universal health system and on steps for the improvement of health services (197?)
  • Folder 11: Family health questionnaire (197?)
  • Folder 12: “Family and community pediatrics” [lecture] (197?)
  • Folder 13: Miscellaneous meeting programs (1970s)
  • Folder 14: Foreword to N. Smith’s Sports medicine (1970s)
  • Folder 15: Handwritten notes on adolescent sexual issues (1970s)
  • Folder 16: Invitations (1970s)

BOX THIRTEEN

  • Folder 1: Passports (1970s)
  • Folder 2: International certificates of vaccination (1970s)
  • Folder 3: Handwritten notes on various topics (1970s)
  • Folder 4: General correspondence (1970-72)
  • Folder 5: Clippings & publicity (1970-79)
  • Folder 6: Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairmen: presidential address (1970)
  • Folder 7: Conference on Health Services for Children & Youth, Chapel Hill, NC (1969), published in Amer. j. of public health (Apr 1970 supplement)
  • Folder 8: Group practice for general pediatric care, Georgetown University (1970)
  • Folder 9: Sagamore Children’s Center Symposium [program] (1970)
  • Folder 10: Book review of Helfer & Kempe’s The battered child (1970)
  • Folder 11: “Health and illness behavior” [lecture], Chapel Hill, NC (1971)
  • Folder 12: “Medical care needs and provisions for children” [lecture], Family Medicine Conference, Rochester, NY (1971)
  • Folder 13: “Education for pediatricians in behavioral and community pediatrics” [lecture] (1971)
  • Folder 14: J. Thomas Grayston (1971)
  • Folder 15: Rochester Committee for Scientific Information (1971-73)
  • Folder 16: President’s Science Advisory Committee: Improving health care through research and development (1972)
  • Folder 17: World Conference on Medical Education [ephemera], Copenhagen (1972)
  • Folder 18: “Daily stress, illness, and use of health services in young families” [typescript of article published in Intl. j. epidem.] (1972)
  • Folder 19: “Discussion of papers by Tenney, Cassel and Lewis” [lecture], Conference on Ambulatory Care Medical Records, Chicago (1972)
  • Folder 20: American Academy of Pediatrics: 16th annual concert (1972)
  • Robert J. Haggerty, M.D.

    Robert J. Haggerty, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, N.Y., 1974

BOX FOURTEEN

  • Folder 1: General correspondence (1973-74)
  • Folder 2: Letters of recruitment (1973)
  • Folder 3: Sun Valley Forum on National Health (1973)
  • Folder 4: National Professional Standards Review Council (1973)
  • Folder 5: Letters of recruitment (1974-76)
  • Folder 6: Book review of Fuch’s Who shall live? (1974)
  • Folder 7: Harvard School of Public Health: maternal & child health study (1974)
  • Folder 8: Harvard Medical School: citation for Charles A. Janeway (1974)
  • Folder 9: Strong Memorial Hospital: Children’s Heart Day [program] (1974)
  • Folder 10: International Pediatric Society: openign remarks at the Buenos Aires meeting (1974)
  • Folder 11: “A tribute to Bob Haggerty by Bob Hoekelman” (1974)
  • Folder 12: Hartman lecture [flyer], Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis (1974)
  • Folder 13: Letters from Rob & Janet to their parents in Palo Alto (1974-75)
  • Folder 14: “Changing life styles to improve health” [lecture], Center for Advanced Studies of the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto (1974?)
  • Folder 15: General correspondence (1975)
  • Folder 16: Harold K. Faber Clinical Symposium [program], Stanford (1975)
  • Folder 17: Handwritten notes on provider behavior (ca. 1975)
  • Folder 18: “After national health insurance, what?” [typescript] (1975)
  • Folder 19: “Family and community pediatrics” [lecture], Hartford Pediatric Society (1975)
  • Folder 20: “The conceptual & empirical bases of family health care” [lecture], Medical Social Consultants in Public Health & Medical Care Programs, San Francisco (1975)
  • Folder 21: Sun Valley Conference: discussion of Mendel’s paper (1975)
  • Folder 22: Resignation from University of Rochester School of Medicine (1975)
  • Folder 23: Felton Visiting Professor, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia (1975)
  • Folder 24: Sociedad Argentina de Pediatria (1975)

BOX FIFTEEN

  • Folder 1: “Fortress family – a need to bridge the moat” [lecture?] (1975)
  • Folder 2: “Responsibilities of pediatricians for environmentally induced disease” [lecture], Unigate Conference, Bristol, England (1975)
  • Folder 3: Letter to O. Meredith Wilson re: year at Stanford (1975)
  • Folder 4: Proposal for creation of a division of general pediatrics, Harvard Medical School (1975)
  • Folder 5: Harvard School of Public Health (1975-77)
  • Folder 6: Handwritten notes for various lectures (1975-77)
  • Folder 7: Mayne Guest Professorship, University of Queensland, Australia (1975-76)
  • Folder 8: AOA Visiting Professor: Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University (1976)
  • Folder 9: General Correspondence (1976-77)
  • Folder 10: Hartford Medical Society: program for 5 Apr 1976 meeting
  • Folder 11: Children’s Hospital Medical center, Boston: Janeway Day (12 May 1976)
  • Folder 12: American Public Health Association: Martha May Eliot Award (1976)
  • Folder 13: Letters of recruitment (1977)
  • Folder 14: Children’s Hospital Medical center, Boston (1977)
  • Folder 15: American Academy of Pediatrics. Ohio Chapter: Columbus (1977)
  • Folder 16: Testimony of the Institute of Medicine before the Subcommittee on Oversight, Committee on Ways & Means, U.S. House of Representatives (4 Apr 1977)
  • Folder 17: Uppsala University: symposium on evaluation research & measurement of benefits of health services [program] (1977)
  • Folder 18: “Can we change health behavior?” [flyer] (1977)
  • Folder 19: AOA initiation exercises, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University (1977)
  • Folder 20: “Changing lifestyles to improve health” [reprint] (1977)
  • Folder 21: Ambulatory pediatrics [advertisement, book review] (1977)
  • Folder 22: Multidisciplinary Child Care Conference [programs], Indianapolis (1977)
  • Folder 23: “After national health insurance” [typescript] (1977)
  • Folder 24: “Program evaluation as health services research” [lecture], San Juan, PR (1977)
  • Folder 25: “Life stress: is prevention of its consequences possible?” [lecture], American Academy of Pediatrics (1977)
  • Folder 26: “Graduate physician training in primary care” [lecture] (1977 or 1978)
  • Folder 27: Mohsen Ziai (1977-86)

BOX SIXTEEN

  • Folder 1: General correspondence (1978-79)
  • Folder 2: Letters of recruitment (1978)
  • Folder 3: W.T. Grant Foundation: “A program of support for residency training in behavioral/developmental pediatrics” (1978)
  • Folder 4: University of Massachusetts. Dept. of Pediatrics: external review committee (1978)
  • Folder 5: Michigan State University. Dept. of Human Development: consultant’s report to search committee for chair of human development (1978)
  • Folder 6: “The purpose and usefulness of health services research” [lecture], Pan American Health organization, Lima, Peru (1978)
  • Folder 7: “Who provides health care for children?” Symposium on the Child in the World of Tomorrow, Athens, Greece (1978)
  • Folder 8: “Quality assurance in health care” [typescript] (1978)
  • Folder 9: Mott Children’s Health Center (1978)
  • Folder 10: “Integrating the private and public sectors” Obstetrics/Pediatrics Seminar, Biloxi, Miss. (1978)
  • Folder 11: Papers delivered in Krakow, Poland (1978)
  • Folder 12: Harvard School of Public Health (1978-80)
  • Folder 13: Letters of recruitment (1979)
  • Folder 14: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan-Jun 1979)
  • Folder 15: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jul-Dec 1979)
  • Folder 16: “Graduate medical education and prevention” [typescript] (1979)
  • Folder 17: American Academy of Pediatrics: Dale Richmond Award (1979)
  • Folder 18: “Executive summary: community child health studies” [typescript] (1979)
  • Folder 19: “Common happenings” [lecture], Still Lecture, British Pediatric Association (1979)
  • Folder 20: Century Club (1979)
  • Folder 21: “Planning an integrated model of health & medical care services” [lecture], Vancouver, BC (1979)
  • Folder 22: “A critical look at routine health assessment” [typescript/lecture], an article originally presented at Conference on Screening, Montefiore Hospital (1979)
  • Folder 23: “Background notes on various approaches to determining health services needed by infants and children, adolescents and pregnant women” [typescript] (1979)

BOX SEVENTEEN

  • Folder 1: Harvard School of Public Health: Identification of preschool handicapped children: a community approach (1979)
  • Folder 2: Harvard School of Public Health: Identification of preschool handicapped children: a community approach: summary report (1979)
  • Folder 3: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General Pediatrics Academic Development Program (1979-88)
  • Folder 4: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General Pediatrics Academic Development Program. 1st-10th annual progress report (1979-88)
  • Folder 5: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General Pediatrics Academic Development Program. Annual meetings (1979-88)
  • Folder 6: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General Pediatrics Academic Development Program. Site visits (1979)
  • Folder 7: Invitations (1980s)
  • Folder 8: Handwritten notes (1980s)
  • Folder 9: Autobiographical manuscript pertaining to Harvard School of Public Health period (198?)
  • Folder 10: “Why do patients use health services?” [lecture] (198?)
  • Folder 11: General correspondence (1980-81)
  • Folder 12: Correspondence from R. & B. Alfred (1980-86)
  • Folder 13: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan-Feb 1980)

BOX EIGHTEEN

  • Folder 1: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Mar-Dec 1980)
  • Folder 2: W.T. Grant Foundation: annual reports (1980-82)
  • Folder 3: Letters of recruitment (1980-83)
  • Folder 4: “General Pediatrics Academic Development Program” [typescript] (1980)
  • Folder 5: “Private foundations & the future of pediatrics” [lecture], Macy Foundation Conference; “The role of foundations in primary care” [lecture]; Private resources for support of behavioral pediatrics” (1980)
  • Folder 6: “Pediatrics in the 1980s” [lecture], Long Island Jewish Hospital (1980)
  • Folder 7: “Discussion of the report of the Selected Panel on Child Health” [lecture], Institute of Medicine (1980)
  • Folder 8: Harvard School of Public Health: School health services in Flint elementary schools (1980)
  • Folder 9: Harvard School of Public Health: Access to and utilization of child health services in Genesee County, Michigan (1980)
  • Folder 10: Mount Carmel mercy Hospital, Detroit: consultation (1980)
  • Folder 11: “The hospital’s role in medical care” [lecture], Buenos Aires (1980)
  • Folder 12: Clippings & publicity (1981-83)
  • Folder 13: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1981)
  • Folder 14: Harvard School of Public Health: The Mott Children’s Health Center (1981)
  • Folder 15: “Social stress and child health” [lecture], AAAS symposium, Toronto (1981)
  • Folder 16: Handwritten notes for talk on behavioral pediatrics, Cornell Medical College (1981)
  • Folder 17: “25 years of poison information centers” [lecture], 25th anniversary of the Rochester Poison Control Center (1981)

BOX NINETEEN

  • Folder 1: “Methods and systems for delivering maternal and child care … in preparation for the White House Conference for Children and Youth” [typescript] (1981)
  • Folder 2: Janeway memoriam (1981)
  • Folder 3: “Social stress and child health” [lecture], University of Rochester post-graduate curse on behavioral pediatrics (1981)
  • Folder 4: “Challenges to materal and child health in the 1980s” [lecture], Conference on Research Priorities in Maternal & Child Heath, Brandeis Universty (1981)
  • Folder 5: Institute of Medicine: Combining psychosocial and drug therapy: hypertension, depression and diabetes (1981)
  • Folder 6: University of Rochester: Developmental and behavioral pediatrics conference [program] (1981)
  • Folder 7: Stone Center for Developmental Services & Studies, Wellesley College: panelist statement: psychological development in women and men (1981)
  • Folder 8: American Academy of Pediatrics: Grulee Award (1981)
  • Folder 9: Kenyan-American pediatric study tour (1981)
  • Folder 10: Kenyan-American pediatric study tour (1981)
  • Folder 11: Kenyan-American pediatric study tour (1981)
  • Folder 12: Handwritten notes for various lectures (1981-82)
  • Folder 13: Century Association (1981)
  • Folder 14: General correspondence (1982-83)
  • Folder 15: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1982)
  • Folder 16: “Epidemiology of disability and stress” [lecture], Bristol, England (1982)
  • Folder 17: “Behavioral pediatrics: Can it be taught? Can it be practiced?” [reprint] (1982)
  • Folder 18: S. Yancy “Behavioral Bob” [verse] (1982)
  • Folder 19: F.S.W. Brimblecombe (1982)
  • Folder 20: Margot Jeffreys: correspondence re: consultancy to Montefiore Hospital (1982)
  • Folder 21: “The new federalism” [lecture] (1982)

BOX TWENTY

  • Folder 1: Macy commission on the state and future of academic psychiatry (1982)
  • Folder 2: Soviet-American pediatric study (1982)
  • Folder 3: American Academy of Pediatrics: vice-presidency (1982-83)
  • Folder 4: John Last: China tour (1982-83)
  • Folder 5: R. McAllister Lloyd (1982-85)
  • Folder 6: Charles Mertens de Wilmars (1982-85)
  • Folder 7: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1983)
  • Folder 8: W.T. Grant Foundation: annual reports (1983-86)
  • Folder 9: W.T. Grant Foundation: faculty scholar brochures (1983-86)
  • Folder 10: “The role of academic medicine in patient education: patient education today” [remarks], Tarrytown, N.Y. (1983)
  • Folder 11: “Stress and illness in childhood” [flyer], Barnard College (1983)
  • Folder 12: “The future: modifying morbidity and manpower” [lecture], Hospita for Sick Children, Toronto (1983)
  • Folder 13: “The changing nature of pediatrics” [lecture], Behavioral Pediatrics Conference, Leesburg, Va. (1983)
  • Folder 14: “Private resources for support of behavioral pediatrics” [lecture], Behavioral Pediatrics Conference, Leesburg, Va. (1983)
  • Folder 15: American Academy of Pediatrics: annual meeting, San Francisco (1983)
  • Folder 16: American Academy of Pediatrics: letters of congratulations on presidency (1983-84)
  • Folder 17: American Academy of Pediatrics: Ned Smull (1983)

BOX TWENTY-ONE

  • Folder 1: “Social stress and child heath” [lecture; reprint] (1983)
  • Folder 2: “Comments on the meeting,” Child Health behavior Conference (1983)
  • Folder 3: Handwritten notes on pediatric epidemiology (1983 or after)
  • Folder 4: University of Helsinki. Faculty of Medicine: consultation (1983)
  • Folder 5: General correspondence (1984-85)
  • Folder 6: Letters of recruitment (1984-86)
  • Folder 7: Clippings & publicity (1984)
  • Folder 8: American Academy of Pediatrics: annual meeting, Phoenix (1984)
  • Folder 9: American Academy of Pediatrics: presidency (1984)
  • Folder 10: American Academy of Pediatrics: statement as president-elect
  • Folder 11: American Academy of Pediatrics: executive board minutes (1984-85)
  • Folder 12: American Academy of Pediatrics: Latin American tours (1984-85)
  • Folder 13: “Pediatrics in the 1980s: the challenge of computer assisted programs in education” [typescript] (1984)
  • Folder 14: American Academy of Pediatrics: meeting ephemera (1984-85)
  • Folder 15: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1984)
  • Folder 16: Praxis Biologics Inc. (1984-88)

BOX TWENTY-TWO

  • Folder 1: “Future of pediatrics in the United States” [lecture], given to pediatricians on China trip (1984)
  • Folder 2: “Health services in the Soviet Union, Poland and Yugoslavia: examples from eastern Europe” [lecture] given to pediatricians on China trip (1984)
  • Folder 3: “Medical education and services in People’s Republic of China” [lecture] given to pediatricians on China trip (1984)
  • Folder 4: National Academy of Sciences: study commission on the Institute of Medicine (1984)
  • Folder 5: British Pediatric Association: honorary membership (1984)
  • Folder 6: “The role of academic medicine in patient education” [lecture], New York Academy of Medicine (1984)
  • Folder 7: Duncan Clark (1984?)
  • Folder 8: “Environmental stress and infection” [lecture] Buenos Aires, AAP tour of Latin America (1984)
  • Folder 9: “The child with recurrent infections” [lecure], Argentina, AAP tour of Latin America  (1984)
  • Folder 10: Miscellanea re: Latin America (1984)
  • Folder 11: “The ‘new morbidity’ in pediatrics” [lecture], vice-presidential address, American Academy of Pediatrics, Phoenix (1984)
  • Folder 12: “The pediatricians’ United Nation” [lecture], presidential address, American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago (1984)
  • Folder 13: Clippings & publicity (1985)
  • Folder 14: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1985)
  • Folder 15: American Academy of Pediatrics: presidency (1985)
  • Folder 16: American Academy of Pediatrics: annual report (1985)
  • Folder 17: American Academy of Pediatrics: H. Jennison (1985)
  • Folder 18: “Coalitions and communication” [lecture], opening remarks at the AAP annual meeting, Atlanta (1985)
  • Folder 19: American Academy of Pediatrics: annual meeting, Atlanta (1985)
  • Folder 20: American Academy of Pediatrics: Martin H. Smith reception, Atlanta (1985)
  • Folder 21: Opening remarks at the AAP meeting, San Antonio (1985)
  • Folder 22: “Foster care: a poor solution for children without parents” [lecture] (1985)
  • Folder 23: “Stress and coping in school age children” [typescript] (1985)

BOX TWENTY-THREE

  • Folder 1: “A time of passion” [lecture], Clausen Lecture, University of Rochester; Friedman Lecture, Boston City Hospital (1985)
  • Folder 2: “A time of passion” [typescript, notes, correspondence] (1985)
  • Folder 3: “Teaching child development to pediatricians” [lecture], Kennell Symposium, Cleveland (1985)
  • Folder 4: “Foundations and children” [lecture], Denver (1985)
  • Folder 5: “Community pediatrics” [lecture], Adolescent Medicine & Ambulatory Pediatric Advances conference, Tulsa (1985)
  • Folder 6: Mary Ellen Avery tribute (1985)
  • Folder 7: Wall Street Journal editorial (1985)
  • Folder 8: “Social stress and child Health” [lecture abstract], Los Angeles Pediatric Society(1985)
  • Folder 9: General correspondence (1986)
  • Folder 10: Clippings & publicity (1986)
  • Folder 11: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1986)
  • Folder 12: W.T. Grant Foundation: Emily Cahan’s history (1986)
  • Folder 13: American Academy of Pediatrics: Aldrich award (1986)
  • Folder 14: “The state of the American Academy of Pediatrics: 1985” [reprint] (1986)
  • Folder 15: “Future directions in youth health promotion” [flyer], Hawey Lecture (1986)
  • Folder 16: “The William T. Grant Foundation Commission on Youth: insuring a better future” [lecture], Plaza Hotel, NYC (1986)
  • Folder 17: MacArthur Foundation: Youth at risk advisory committee (1986)
  • Folder 18: National Institute of Health. Consensus development conference statement: Health implications of smokeless tobacco use (1986)
  • Folder 19: Harvard University: 350th aniversary celebration (1986)
  • Folder 20: New York Academy of Medicine: anniversary discourse [program] (1986)
  • Folder 21: “Behavioral pediatrics” [lecture], Society for Behavioral Pediatrics, Washington, D.C. (1986)
  • Folder 22: “Behavioral pediatrics” [typescript] (1986)
  • Folder 23: “Stress and illness in children” [reprint] (1986)
  • Folder 24: Annette Morhard Protzman memorial service (1986)
  • Folder 25: American Academy of Pediatrics (1986-87)
  • Robert J. Haggerty

    Robert J. Haggerty, President of the W.T. Grant Foundation, in 1989

BOX TWENTY-FOUR

  • Folder 1: “Children of the world” [typescript] (1986)
  • Folder 2: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General pediatrics academic development program site visits (1986-88)
  • Folder 3: General correspondence (1987)
  • Folder 4: Clippings & publicity (1987-89)
  • Folder 5: Trusts, wills, deeds (1987)
  • Folder 6: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan-Mar 1987)
  • Folder 7: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (May-Sep 1987)
  • Folder 8: W.T. Grant Foundation: annual reports (1987-89)
  • Folder 9: New York City: Mayor’s commission on the future of child health (Oct 1987-May 1989)
  • Folder 10: New York City: Mayor’s commission on the future of child health (Jun-Oct 1989)
  • Folder 11: “The child in the twenty-first century: their health problems and implications for organization of pediatric services” [reprint] (1987)
  • Folder 12: Calgary Area Hospital Advisory Council: report of consultants (1987)

BOX TWENTY-FIVE

  • Folder 1: Richard J. Haggerty: commencement, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1987)
  • Folder 2: Cornell Medical College: alumni award of distinction (1987)
  • Folder 3: Schneider Children’s Hospital of Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dept. of Pedatrics: commencement exercises (1987)
  • Folder 4: “Ethical issues in the care of pre-term infants” [lecture], International Pediatrics Association, Helsinki (1987)
  • Folder 5: “The future of pediatrics” [lecture], International Pediatrics Association, Helsinki (1987)
  • Folder 6: “The education of parents and patients in health programs” [lecture], Congreso de Pediatria, Caracas, Venezuela (1987)
  • Folder 7: “The pediatrician’s role in prevention of drug abuse” [lecture], Congreso de Pediatria, Caracas, Venezuela (1987)
  • Folder 8: Alberta Children’s Hospital, Calgary: consultation (1987)
  • Folder 9: “Is there a future for the academic generalist?” [lecture] given in Korea and Japan (1987)
  • Folder 10: “The academic generalist: is there a role?” [lecture], Blackfan lecture, Children’s Hospital of Boston (1987)
  • Folder 11: Blackfan lecture background material (1987)
  • Folder 12: Cornell University: Class of 1947 40th reunion (1987)
  • Folder 13: “The pediatrician and primary care” [lecture], Canadian Pediatric Society, Montreal (1987)
  • Folder 14: “Problem behaviors among youth: a community approach is necessary” [lecture], Job Smith Award address, American Academy of Pediatrics, New Orleans (1987)
  • Folder 15: American Academy of Pediatrics: International Child Health Committee (1987-89)
  • Folder 16: General correspondence (1988-89)
  • Folder 17: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1988)

BOX TWENTY-SIX

  • Folder 1: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1988)
  • Folder 2: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1988)
  • Folder 3: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Feb-Mar 1988)
  • Folder 4: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Aug 1988)
  • Folder 5: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Sep 1988)
  • Folder 6: ‘Problem behaviors in adolescence: their multiple common causes” [lecture], American Academy of Pediatrics, Paipa, Columbia (1988)
  • Folder 7: “The world’s children” [lecture] (1988)
  • Folder 8: “Prevention and treatment of stress disorders in children” [lecture], American Academy of Pediatrics, Paipa, Columbia (1988)
  • Folder 9: “Stress and illness in children” [lecture], American Academy of Pediatrics, Paipa, Columbia (1988)
  • Folder 10: “Adolescence – the new MCH frontier” [lecture], MacQueen Lecture, Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs, Wasington, D.C. (1988)
  • Folder 11: John Butler (1988-89)
  • Folder 12: New York Academy of Medicine: annual health conference [program] (1988)
  • Folder 13: ASEAN pediatric conference: Philippines (1988)
  • Folder 14: “Matters of conviction: a profile of Dr. C. Everett Koop” IN: Cornell University Medical College alumni quarterly, v. 50, no. 1 (1988)
  • Folder 15: Institute of Medicine: The future of public health (1988)
  • Folder 16: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General pediatrics academic development program, 10th anniversary meeting (1988)
  • Folder 17: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: General pediatrics academic development program, 10th anniversary meeting (1988)
  • Folder 18: Cornell University Medical School: handwritten notes for grand rounds (1988)
  • Folder 19: Children’s Hospital, Boston: reception to honor Charles Janeway (1988)

BOX TWENTY-SEVEN

  • Folder 1: “Handicapped children: a social definition” [lecture], Sparks Lecture, Birmingham, Alabama (1988)
  • Folder 2: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Feb-May 1989)
  • Folder 3: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jun-Nov 1989)
  • Folder 4: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Dec 1989)
  • Folder 5: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Dec 1989)
  • Folder 6: “Panacea and Hygieia (public health and clinical medicine): where are the boundaries?” [flyer], Albany, N.Y. (1989)
  • Folder 7: St. Geme Award (1989)
  • Folder 8: “The changing nature of pediatrics” [typescript] (ca. 1989-90)
  • Folder 9: New York City: Report of the Mayor’s Commission on the Future of Child Health in New York City (1989)
  • Folder 10: “Child health: a century of progress, new problems, new challenges” [lecture], New York Academy of Medicine (1989)
  • Folder 11: Internatonal Congress of Pediatrics, Paris (1989)
  • Folder 12: United Nations convention on the rghts of the child (1989)
  • Folder 13: “Stress and illness” [lecture], Dartmouth (1989)
  • Folder 14: “The forgotten half: society’s role in promoting health” [lecture], Schumann Lecture, Dartmouth (1989)
  • Folder 15: Institute of Medicine: Gustav Lienhard Award (1989)
  • Folder 16: Child health and the community [drafts] (1989)
  • Folder 17: “The academic generalist: an endangered species revived” [reprint & typescript] (1989-90)
  • Folder 18: Inscribed photographic portraits of President Clinton
  • Folder 19: Miscellaneous programs (1990s)

BOX TWENTY-EIGHT

  • Folder 1: Invitations (1990s)
  • Folder 2: “prospects for ambulatory care in the 21st century” [lecture], International Pediatric Association, Philippines (199?)
  • Folder 3: General correspondence (1990-91)
  • Folder 4: Clippings & publicity (1990-94)
  • Folder 5: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan-Sep 1990)
  • Folder 6: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Oct 1990)
  • Folder 7: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Oct-Dec 1990)
  • Folder 8: W.T. Grant Foundation: annual reports (1990-92)
  • Folder 9: Indiana University School of Medicine: Herman B. Wells Center dedication (1990)
  • Folder 10: “Family stresses: new challenges and opportunities for maternal and child health” (199?)
  • Folder 11: Ambulatory Pediatric Association: 30th anniversary reception & banquet [program] (1990)
  • Folder 12: “The house that Morrie built: Riley Children’s Hospital” [lecture], Indianapolis (1990)
  • Folder 13: “The ‘new morbidity’ revisited” [typescript] (1990)
  • Folder 14: “New initiatives for children’s services” [lecture], New York Academy of Medicine (1990)
  • Folder 15: “Infant care: seventy-five years of health advice” [typescrpt] (1990)

BOX TWENTY-NINE

  • Folder 1: Preface to Colton & Gore’s Adolescent medicine (1990)
  • Folder 2: “Issues in child health policy” [lecture], Columbia University Seminar on Social & Preventive Medicine (1990)
  • Folder 3: Ambulatory pediatrics. 4th ed.: correspondence, advertisements (1990-91)
  • Folder 4: New York City: Mayor’s commission on the future of child health (1990-92)
  • Folder 5: International Pediatric Association: candidacy for president (1990-91)
  • Folder 6: International Pediatric Association (1990-92)
  • Folder 7: International Pediatric Association: budgets (1990-93)
  • Folder 8: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1991)
  • Folder 9: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1991)
  • Folder 10: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Feb-Mar 1991)
  • Folder 11: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Apr 1991)
  • Folder 12: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (May-Oct 1991)

BOX THIRTY

  • Folder 1: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Nov 1991)
  • Folder 2: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Nov-Dec 1991)
  • Folder 3: “Health policy initiatives in adolescence” [lecture], Conference on Strengths & Potentials in Adolescence, New York Academy of Medicine (1991)
  • Folder 4: New York State Aids Advisory Council: Illusions of immortality: the confrontation of adolescence and aids (1991)
  • Folder 5: “The new look of PREP,” Ped. in rev. (autumn 1991)
  • Folder 6: “America’s youth crisis: a piecemeal approach won’t work” [offprint] (1991)
  • Folder 7: Haggerty Prize (1991)
  • Folder 8: “From ambulatory pediatrics to comprehensive pediatrics” [lecture], Spanish-American Pediatric Society (1991)
  • Folder 9: Invitation to White House for Child Abuse Month (1991)
  • Folder 10: Preface to Greydanus & Wolraich’s Behavioral pediatrics (1991)
  • Folder 11: “Comprehensive, integrated, coordinated services for youth: definitions and efficacy” [lecture] (1991)
  • Folder 12: General correspondence (1992)
  • Folder 13: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1992)
  • Folder 14: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Jan 1992)
  • Folder 15: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Feb 1992)

BOX THIRTY-ONE

  • Folder 1: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Feb 1992)
  • Folder 2: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Mar 1992)
  • Folder 3: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Mar 1992)
  • Folder 4: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Mar 1992)
  • Folder 5: W.T. Grant Foubdation: correspondence (Apr 1992)
  • Folder 6: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (Apr 1992)
  • Folder 7: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (May-Dec 1992)
  • Folder 8: Pless tribute to RJH at W.T. Grant Foundation conference, S. Carolina (1992)
  • Folder 9: “Notes for discussion: transition” [lecture], Social Research Association (1992)
  • Folder 10: Institute of Medicine: Committee on the prevention of mental disorders (1992)
  • Folder 11: Society for Adolescent Medicine: 19th annual research meeting, Washington, D.C. [program] (1992)
  • Folder 12: “Steadfast saint: Morris Green, M.D., Joseph St. Geme Awardee” [remarks] (1992)
  • Folder 13: “The intellectual development of family medicine” [lecture], Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (1992)
  • Folder 14: Ivan Berry Pless: Order of Canada (1992)
  • Folder 15: MEH: notes on visits to San Francisco & Hawaii (1992)
  • Folder 16: “Integrated coordinated child health services: the time has come” [lecture], International Congress of Pediatrics, Rio di Janeiro (1992)
  • Folder 17: Pediatrics for the Practitioner conference, Hawaii (1992)
  • Folder 18: Children’s Hospital, Boston: Janeway Professorship (1992-95)

BOX THIRTY-TWO

  • Folder 1: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Medical education in transition (1992)
  • Folder 2: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: “Evaluation of grants made 1972-1992 in maternal and child health” (1992?)
  • Folder 3: International Pediatric Association: minutes of committee meetings, Rio de Janeiro (1992)
  • Folder 4: International Pediatric Association: constitution (1992)
  • Folder 5: International Pediatric Association: minutes of committee meetings (1992-94)
  • Folder 6: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (1992-94)
  • Folder 7: General correspondence (Jan-Jun 1993)
  • Folder 8: General correspondence (Jul-Dec 1993)
  • Folder 9: W.T. Grant Foundation: correspondence (1993)
  • Folder 10: International Pediatric Association (1993)
  • Folder 11: International Pediatric Association: Paris meeting (1993)

BOX THIRTY-THREE

  • Folder 1: International Pediatric Association: agreement with International Labour Organization (1993)
  • Folder 2: International Pediatric Association: regional committee for the western Pacific (1993)
  • Folder 3: International Pediatric Association: exchange committee (1993-94)
  • Folder 4: International Pediatric Association: nongovernmental organizations (1993-94)
  • Folder 5: International Pediatric Associaton: future meetings (1993-94)
  • Folder 6: “Mandate for interventions” [lecture], intended to be given at Johns Hopkins (1993)
  • Folder 7: Hospital Infantil de Mexico Federico Gomez: 50th anniversary (1993)
  • Folder 8: Joint meeting of the National Prevention Coalition and the National Mental Health Association, Alexandria, Va. (1993)
  • Folder 9: Union of National African Pediatric Societies & Associations: Dakar meeting (1993)
  • Folder 10: “Prevention of mental disorders” [grand rounds] (1993?)
  • Folder 11: Milbank Fund: review of Perrin memorandum (1993?)
  • Folder 12: Hoekelman celebration (1993)
  • Folder 13: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: family support & education programs (1993)
  • Folder 14: “Integrated child health services” [pediatric grand rounds] (1993)
  • Folder 15: “Community as patient” [lecture], Boston (1993?)
  • Folder 16: “Do we need a Journal of General Pediatrics?” [typescript] (1993)
  • Folder 17: Esselstyn Foundation (1993-94)
  • Folder 18: General correspondence (1994)
  • Folder 19: New York State Aids Advisory Council: report of the subcommittee on newborn HIV screening (1994)
  • Folder 20: 14th World Congress of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Montreal (1994)
  • Folder 21: International Conference on Population & Development (1994)

BOX THIRTY-FOUR

  • Folder 1: 25th wedding anniversary (1994)
  • Folder 2: RJH’s statement as chairman of NAS Committee on the prevention of mental disorders, 2nd draft (1994)
  • Folder 3: Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (1994)
  • Folder 4: Institute of Medicine: Reducing risks for mental disorders (1994)
  • Folder 5: Ambulatory Pediatric Association: by-laws (1994)
  • Folder 6: Cornell University Medical College: Class of 1949 45th reunion (1994)
  • Folder 7: CIET International: published reports on Yugoslavia (1994)
  • Folder 8: “What can the pediatrician do to improve child health throughout the world” [lecture], Children’s Hospital, Boston (1994)
  • Folder 9: “Community pediatrics” [lecture] Hoekelman symposium; published Ann. ped. (1994)
  • Folder 10: “The generalist as chair: one voyage, the Hoekelman record” [lecture], Hoekelman symposium (1994)
  • Folder 11: Ihsan Dogramaci (1994)
  • Folder 12: Medical Student International Health Organization (1994)
  • Folder 13: Pew Primary Care Achievement Award (1994)
  • Folder 14: Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics: search committee for editor (1994-95)
  • Folder 15: American Academy of Pedatrics: Nestlé litigation (1994-95)
  • Folder 16: International Pediatric Association: general (1994-95)
  • Folder 17: International Pediatric Association: Bath, England meeting (1994)
  • Folder 18: International Pediatric Association: New Delhi meeting (1994)
  • Folder 19: International Pediatric Association: Trieste meetings (1994-95)
  • Folder 20: General correspondence (1995-96)
  • Folder 21: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (1995-96)
  • Folder 22: Clippings & publicity (1995-99)

BOX THIRTY-FIVE

  • Folder 1: International Pediatric Association: minutes of various committees (1995)
  • Folder 2: International Pediatric Association: budget & expenses (1995)
  • Folder 3: International Pediatric Association: Washington, D.C. meeting (1995)
  • Folder 4: International Pediatric Association: policy for relations with industry (1995)
  • Folder 5: International Pediatric Association: 1992 Rio de Janeiro meeting financial report (1995-96)
  • Folder 6: “International child health: every pediatrician’s responsibility” [lecture], Visser celebration, Rotterdam (1995)
  • Folder 7: Centre for Studies of Children at Risk, Hamilton Ont.: consultation (1995)
  • Folder 8: World Congress & Exposition on Child Health, Vancouver (1995)
  • Folder 9: University of Keele, UK: A program for improving the health care of mothers and children during the war in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina [with letter to RJH] (1995)
  • Folder 10: New York Academy of Medicine: Academy Plaque (1995)
  • Folder 11: Hawaii Medical Association: roundtable discussion with RJH (1995)
  • Folder 12: “Child health 2000: new pediatrics in the changing environment of children’s needs in the 21st century” [reprint; typescript] (1995)
  • Folder 13: “Childhood infection: an international view” [lecture], infectious diseases conference, University of Rochester (1995)
  • Folder 14: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (1995-97)
  • Folder 15: International Pediatric Association: general (1996)
  • Folder 16: International Pediatric Association: RJH visit to former Yugoslavia (1996)
  • Folder 17: International Pediatric Association: RJH visit to former Yugoslavia (1996)

BOX THIRTY-SIX

  • Folder 1: International Pediatric Association: Jacobi Award (1996)
  • Folder 2: International Pediatric Association: Kazakhstan meeting (1996)
  • Folder 3: “Office pediatrics” [lecture], International Conference of Tropical Pediatrics, Kuala Lumpur (1996)
  • Folder 4: “Prospects for ambulatory care in the 21st century” [lecture], International Conference of Tropical Pediatrics, Kuala Lumpur (1996)
  • Folder 5: NACHRI Conference on Pediatric Medical Education, Scottsdale, AZ (1996)
  • Folder 6: Institute of Medicine: prevention roundtable (1996)
  • Folder 7: Glasgow Visiting Professorship, University of Utah School of Medicine [program] (1996)
  • Folder 8: “Problem behaviors in adolescence: their multiple common causes” [lecture], Tokyo (1996)
  • Folder 9: Center for Child Health Research (1996-2000)
  • Folder 10: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine: editor (1996-97)
  • Folder 11: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: child health initiative (1996-98)
  • Folder 12: Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute: board of trustees (1996-98)
  • Folder 13: General correspondence (1997)
  • Folder 14: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (1997)
  • Folder 15: International Pediatric Association: general (1997)
  • Folder 16: International Pediatric Association: general (1997)
  • Folder 17: International Pediatric Association: minutes (1997-98)

BOX THIRTY-SEVEN

  • Folder 1: International Pediatric Association: C.S. Mott Foundation (1997-98)
  • Folder 2: International Pediatric Association: Istanbul meeting (1997)
  • Folder 3: Alpert lecture, Boston Medical Center [program] (1997)
  • Folder 4: Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.: Centennial Award (1997)
  • Folder 5: “International child health: every pediatrician’s responsibility” [lecture], Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. (1997)
  • Folder 6: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Improving child health services: lessons learned from nine community efforts (1997)
  • Folder 7: National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions: Graduate medical education (1997)
  • Folder 8: Mott Child Health center, Flint, Mich.: consultation (1997)
  • Folder 9: “Pediatricians for the 21st century” [lecture], CME course, University of Virginia, Homestead, Va. (1997)
  • Folder 10: “Community-based child development program organized by the Royal College of Pediatricians of Thailand, the Pediatric Society of Thailand and National Institute for Child and Family Development, Mahidol University” [lecture], Thailand (1997)
  • Folder 11: William Llywelyn Parry-Jones memorial service, Glasgow, Scotland (1997)
  • Folder 12: Leon Chameides Scientific Day, University of Connecticut, Hartford (1997)
  • Folder 13: W.T. Grant Foundation: inventory of records at the Milbank Library, Columbia University (1997-2000)
  • Folder 14: General correspondence (1998)
  • Folder 15: American Pediatric Society: Howland Award (1998)
  • Folder 16: American Pediatric Society: Howland Award (1998)
  • Folder 17: American Pediatric Society: Howland Award letters of congratulations (1998)
  • Folder 18: “New perspectives in early emotional development: international perspectives” [lecture], International Pediatric Association, Amsterdam; Johnson & Johnson symposium (1998)
  • Folder 19: University of Rochester. Dept. of Pediatrics: history (1998)

BOX THIRTY-EIGHT

  • Folder 1: W.S. Friedman: Behavioral pediatrics (ca. 1998)
  • Folder 2: Mahoney symposium lecture, New York Academy of Medicine (1998?)
  • Folder 3: Center for Human Growth & Development (1998)
  • Folder 4: MacArthur Foundation: successful adolescence network (1998)
  • Folder 5: Paris visit (1998)
  • Folder 6: Markle scholar fifty year reunion, Phoenix (1998)
  • Folder 7: International Pediatric Association: general (1998-2007)
  • Folder 8: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (1998-99)
  • Folder 9: General correspondence (1999)
  • Folder 10: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (1999-2000)
  • Folder 11: International Pediatric Association: C.S. Mott Foundation (1999)
  • Folder 12: “Pediatrics in the 21st century” [lecture], AOA, University of Tennessee, Memphis (1999)
  • Folder 13: “Squeezing our children” [typescript] (1999)
  • Folder 14: Inova Institute of Research & Education: The Future of Pediatrics/Mohsen Ziai retirement, Falls Church, Va. (1999)
  • Folder 15: History of academic general pediatrics (1999-2002)

BOX THIRTY-NINE

  • Folder 1: Commonweath Fund: Healthy steps program (1999-2002)
  • Folder 2: General correspondence (2000-01)
  • Folder 3: Clippings & publicity (2000-05)
  • Folder 4: Invitations (2000-10)
  • Folder 5: Miscellaneous programs (2000-08)
  • Folder 6: Invitational Colloquium: Interdisciplinary international primary care health and education, Washington, D.C. (2000)
  • Folder 7: “Education for family focused child health care: lessons learned from John Kennell” [lecture], Kennell Lecture, Case Western (2000)
  • Folder 8: “A healthy start: life skill education, health-promoting school, healthy family” [lecture], World Congress on Medicine & Health, Hannover, Germany (2000)
  • Folder 9: Opening remarks, Dyson symposium, University of Rochester (2002)
  • Folder 10: Clare Dennison symposium on the child, University of Rochester [program] (2000)
  • Folder 11: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (2000-03)
  • Folder 12: Pediatrics in review (2000-04)
  • Folder 13: Children’s Hospital, Boston /St. Mary’s Hospital, London exchange: 50th anniversary (2001)
  • Folder 14: Christopherson lectureship (2001)
  • Folder 15: James R. Hughes (2001)

BOX FORTY

  • Folder 1: Center for Child Health Research (2001)
  • Folder 2: General correspondence (2002)
  • Folder 3: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (2002)
  • Folder 4: W.T. Grant Foundation: first 100 scholars celebration (2002)
  • Folder 5: Center for Child Health Research (2002)
  • Folder 6: Commonwealth Fund: healthy steps program (2002)
  • Folder 7: McAnarney lecture, University of Rochester [program] (2002)
  • Folder 8: Commonwealth Fund: Well child care meeting, Boston (2002)
  • Folder 9: Cornell Medical Center: consultation (2002)
  • Folder 10: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (2002-03)
  • Folder 11: General correspondence (2003)
  • Folder 12: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (2003-04)
  • Folder 13: “History of developmental-behavioral pediatrics” [special issue of J. devel. & behav. ped.] (2003)
  • Folder 14: Children’s Hospital Alumni Association, Boston: 100th anniversary (2003)

BOX FORTY-ONE

  • Folder 1: Commonwealth Fund: healthy steps program (2003, 2007)
  • Folder 2: Commonwealth Fund: healthy steps program final report (2003)
  • Folder 3: Center for Child Health Research (2003)
  • Folder 4: McAnarney 35/10 celebration [program] (2003)
  • Folder 5: General correspondence (2004)
  • Folder 6: American Board of Pediatrics Foundation: academic general pediatrics consensus conference (2004)
  • Folder 7: Healthy Teens Project: prescription for health site visit, Lebanon, NH (2004)
  • Folder 8: “The evolution of pediatric practice from the 20th century into the 21st” [lecture] (2004)
  • Folder 9: Pediatrics in review: Haggerty dinner (2004)
  • Folder 10: Nemours Foundation: Dupont award (2004)
  • Folder 11: Nemours Foundation: Dupont award acceptance speech (2004)
  • Folder 12: Haggerty-Ziai book (2004)
  • Folder 13: Dedication of Haggerty Child Health Serive Research Laboratory, University of Rochester (2004)
  • Folder 14: Center for Child Health Research (2004-07)
  • Folder 15: Haggerty-Friedman Fund (2004-08)
  • Folder 16: General correspondence (2005)

BOX FORTY-TWO

  • Folder 1: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (2005)
  • Folder 2: Harvard Medical School: Fred J. Rosen Symposium (2005)
  • Folder 3: Reception for Michael Weitzman and Maggie Petrosky, University of Rochester [program] (2005)
  • Folder 4: Institute for Research and Reform in Education (2005)
  • Folder 5: Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute (2005-07)
  • Folder 6: General correspondence (2006-09)
  • Folder 7: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (2006)
  • Folder 8: Stanford R. Friedman celebration (2006)
  • Folder 9: Institute for Research and Reform in Education (2006-08)
  • Folder 10: Pediatrics and child health: editorial board (2006-08)
  • Folder 11: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (2007)
  • Folder 12: R. & B. Alfred correspondence (undated)
  • Folder 13: Danube tour (2007)

BOX FORTY-THREE

  • Folder 1: Danube tour (2007)
  • Folder 2: Danube tour (2007)
  • Folder 3: Danube tour (2007)

BOX FORTY-FOUR

  • The unabridged manuscript of the Janeway book (before editing by Richard J. Wolfe)
  • Robert J. Haggerty & Frederick H. Lovejoy, M.D. Charles A. Janeway: pediatrician to the world’s children. Boston: Children’s Hospital; Harvard Medical School, 2007.

BOX FORTY-FIVE

  • Yearly appointment calendars

BOX FORTY-SIX

  • Folder 1: Certificates of membership
  • Folder 2: Certificates of attendance at conferences
  • Folder 3: Certificates of visiting lectures
  • Folder 4: Awards & citations
  • Folder 5: Awards & citations
  • Folder 6: MEH certificates

BOX FORTY-SEVEN

  • Oversize diplomas, licenses, awards, etc.

BOX FORTY-EIGHT

  • Plaques and three-diminensional award

BOX FORTY-NINE

  • Diplomas & oversize photographs for Sherwood Haggerty, M.D., Gordon Haggerty & Nina Johns

BOX FIFTY

  • Folder 1: Unidentified family album (1890s)
  • Folder 2: MEH family photographs (ca. 1890-1910)
  • Folder 3: MEH family photographs (ca. 1890-1910)
  • Folder 4: MEH family photographs (ca. 1890-1910)
  • Folder 5: MEH family photographs (ca. 1890-1910)
  • Folder 6: Photographs of places (ca. 1890-1910)
  • Folder 7: Lower East Side of New York, prints belonging to george Protzmann
  • Folder 8: Yellowstone and elsewhere in the West
  • Folder 9: Haggerty family photographs
  • Folder 10: Hall family photographs

BOX FIFTY-ONE

  • Folder 1: Johns family photographs
  • Folder 2: Photographs of Arlene Sitterly’s family
  • Folder 3: Photographs of Worcester, N.Y.
  • Folder 4: Photographs of Nina Johns
  • Folder 5: Photographs of Gordon Haggerty
  • Folder 6: Photograph of Nina & Gordon Haggerty
  • Folder 7: Family photographs (ca. 1920-40)
  • Folder 8: RJH: photographs in boyhood & adolescence
  • Folder 9: RJH: photographs taken in the 1940s
  • Folder 10: Photographs taken at Myrtle Beach & Havana (1948)
  • Folder 11: RJH: photographs taken in the 1950s
  • Folder 12: RJH: photographs taken 1960-1979
  • Folder 13: RJH: photographs taken 1980-2000
  • Folder 14: Photographs taken in Athens, Ga. (1963)
  • Folder 15: Photographs of RJH & MEH
  • Folder 16: MEH: photographs
  • Folder 17: RJH & MEH in Japan (1986)
  • Folder 18: Photographs of the children
  • Folder 19: Group photographs (1950-59)
  • Folder 20: Group photographs (1960-69)
  • Folder 21: Group photographs (1960-69)
  • Folder 22: Group photographs (1970-79)

BOX FIFTY-TWO

  • Folder 1: Group photographs (1980-89)
  • Folder 2: Group photographs (1990-99)
  • Folder 3: Group photographs (2000-10)
  • Folder 4: Continuity Program: student making home visit (1968)
  • Folder 5: Miscellaneous photographs

BOX FIFTY-THREE

  • Haggerty & Maltby family photograph album (late 19th century)
  • Linen bound album of photographs of children – grammar school class?
  • Small framed photographed of unidentified male (post-1860)
  • Envelope containing pictures taken during honeymoon (A & L) on the Vulcania – Caribbean, S. America

BOX FIFTY-FOUR

  • Miscellaneous negatives (1960s-80s)

BOX FIFTY-FIVE

  • Nina Belle Johns’ college scrapbook (1914-18)

BOX FIFTY-SIX

  • A bag containing Nina John’s cut hair (1918)
  • Travel diary, Grandma Johns and others (1946?)
  • Nina Haggerty’s travel diary: Jamestown, Va. (1955)
  • Nina Haggerty’s travel diary (1959)
  • Nina Haggerty’s travel diary: Quebec (1962)
  • Nina Haggerty’s travel diary: London & Copenhagen (1966)
  • Scrapbook of Nina & Gordon Haggerty’s trip to the West Coast (1959) & Nina’s trip to Copenhagen (1966)
  • Nina Haggerty’s scrapbook of newspaper clippings (1938-70)
  • Nina Haggerty’s scrapbook of newspaper clippings (1952-67)

BOX FIFTY-SEVEN

  • Greeting cards sent to Nina Haggerty
  • Letters and postcards sent to Nina Haggerty
  • Letters of condolence after Nina Haggerty’s death

BOX FIFTY-EIGHT

  • Grandma Johns’ scrapbook of recipes and other items
  • Scrapbook of newspaper clippings pertaining to family & friends in Johnstown, N.Y. (1914-69)
  • Argersinger family gathering “minutes,” photographs, etc. (1923-33)
  • Scrapbook of Haggerty family photographs (ca. 1880-1930)
  • Memorial record of John Johns (1945)
  • Memorial record of Gordon Haggerty (1962)
  • Memorial record of Nina Haggerty (1973)

BOX FIFTY-NINE

  • RJH scrapbook containing cigar band collection
  • RJH scrapbook (1937-40)
  • RJH scrapbook (1938-43)
  • RJH scrapbook (1940-43)

BOX SIXTY

  • Worcester Central School yearbook: Carpe diem (1938)
  • Johnstown High School yearbook: The Baronet (1941)
  • Cornell University yearbook: Cornellian (1944)
  • Cornell University yearbook: Cornellian (1945)
  • Cornell University Medical College yearbook: The Samaritan (1948)
  • Cornell University Medical College yearbook: The Samaritan (1949)
  • Harvard Medical School yearbook: Aesculapiad (1964)

BOX SIXTY-ONE

  • MEH nursing school scrapbook (1945-49)
  • Scrapbook (1949-51)
  • Family photograph album (ca. 1950-57)
  • Family photograph album (ca. 1951-55)

BOX SIXTY-TWO

  • Scrapbook of trip to Europe (1961)
  • Photo album of England & Europe (1961-62)
  • Photo album of Kanzer, Albrecht, Baer, Aposhian children in a camp setting; photographs of Weston, Ma. (196?)
  • Guest book for 2491 Highland Ave., Rochester, N.Y. (1964-68)

BOX SIXTY-THREE

  • RJH scrapbook (1964-72)
  • Photo album of trip West and California (1974)
  • Photo album of Jessica
  • Photo album of Janet & Bill’s wedding, Jan & Brian Canandaigua Lake, visit to New York, etc. (1975-80)
  • Photo album of children, their weddings, etc.
  • Photo album (1983-84)

BOX SIXTY-FOUR

  • Photo album/scrapbook of honorary degree from Indiana University (1990)
  • Photo album of retirement party W.T. Grant Foundation (1992)
  • Scrapbook of letters of congratulation on retirement from W.T. Grant Foundation (1992)
  • Papers in honor of Robert J. Haggerty, M.D., President, William T. Grant Foundation, 1980-1992 (bound volume in clamshell box)

BOX SIXTY-FIVE

  • Valentine’s Day cards
  • Mother’s Day cards
  • Father’s Day cards
  • Christmas & New Years greetings
  • Get well cards
  • Additional correspondence found among the greeting cards

BOX SIXTY-SIX

  • Birthday cards to MEH
  • Birthday cards to RJH
  • Wedding anniversary cards
  • Thank you notes received
  • Cards received on other occasions
  • Additional invitations found among the greeting card

BOX SIXTY-SEVEN

  • Postcards to E. Protzman (ca. 1906-07)
  • Postcards to Ethel Morhardt (ca. 1909-14)
  • Postcards to MEH (1940-43)
  • Postcards to Nina & Gordon Haggerty
  • Postcards to RJH & MEH
  • Postcards collected on various trips

BOX SIXTY-EIGHT

  • General McLaughlin’s spurs
  • One end General McLaughlin’s riding whip
  • WWI era German belt buckles converted into cigarette cases belonging to Gordon Haggerty
  • Gordon Haggerty’s WWI “dog tag”
  • Child’s silver ring with monogram RH
  • RJH shoulder braid from the Pershing Rifles
  • RJH meershaum pipes
  • Lucky quarter found behind the couch (1974)

BOX SIXTY-NINE

  • Perforated metal leg splint belonging to Sherwood Haggerty, M.D.
  • Two vaginal specula belonging to Sherwood Haggerty, M.D.
  • Box containing one brass mounted and one steel mounted magnifying lens
  • Small square cardboard box: Gold Seal Standard Microscope Cover Glasses
  • Small wooden case containing 10 glass slides: B.H. Dauer Praparat. for B.H. Microscope.
  • Flat fabric-covered case with capacity for 50 microscopic glass slides prepared by RJH (1944-45)
  • Flat wooden case with capacity for 100 microscopic glass slides prepared by RJH (1944-45)
  • Two small wooden cases with capacity for 25 microscopic glass slides
  • Box containing Adams Hemometer and Hemacytometer

BOX SEVENTY

  • Cranium from cadaver dissected by RJH (1945)
  • RJH leather physician’s bag

BOX SEVENTY-ONE

  • Piece of fabric woven by Nina Haggerty’s mother
  • Masonic apron & casket covering of Sherwood Haggerty, M.D.
  • RJH first pair of shoes made of deerskin, probably by John Johns
  • RJH varsity letters from Worcester Central School
  • Two wool Camp Deerslayer patches
  • Two wool Cornell University patches
  • Rectangular Cornell wool pennant
  • Rectangular Harvard wool pennant
  • Rectangular University of Rochester wool pennant

BOX SEVENTY-TWO

  • Miscellanea

BOX SEVENTY-THREE

  • Dogramaci, Ihsan. History of the International Pediatric Association, 1910-2000. York, England: Wilton 65, 2001. (Inscribed by author to RJH)
  • Fanconi, Guido. The history of the International Pediatric Association. Basel: Schwabe & Co., 1968.
  • Phillips, Horace, Sir. Ihsan Dogramaci: a remarkable Turk. York, England: Wilton 65, 1997.
  • W.T. Grant Foundation. Youth and America’s future. (1988?)
  • W.T. Grant Foundation. The forgotten half: non-college youth in America. An interim report … Washington, D.C., January 1988.
  • W.T. Grant Foundation. The forgotten half: pathways to success for America’s youth and young families. Final report … Washington, D.C., November 1988.
  • American Youth Policy Forum. The forgotten half revisited: American youth and young families, 1988-2008. Washington, D.C., 1998.

BOX SEVENTY-FOUR

  • RJH's microscope

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