An administrator and humanist, Henry Allen Moe (1894-1975) was the first director of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and was a president of the American Philosophical Society from 1959 to 1970. The Moe Papers are a vast and rich resource documenting all phases of Moe's career, but are also a major source of information on twentieth-century philanthropic organizations. As the first Secretary, then Administrator, and finally President of the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation (ca. 1925-1963), Moe made contact with the influential and the aspiring in the worlds of banking, finance, the arts, and sciences. This collection is particularly strong in correspondence and information relating to Latin America, much of it generated through Moe's oversight of the Guggenheim's Latin America Fund and by Moe's otherwise keen interest in the region. This material is diverse, ranging from material on agriculture (see Escuela Agricola Panamericana, 15 boxes) and Peruvian archaeology (see Alfred Kroeber's detailed report) to many folders of correspondence and grant reports from artists, writers, and politicians of South and Central America. Moe served as trustee, officer, and committee member of over thirty private foundations, many of which are well represented in the collection by yearly reports and grant applications, among other types of records.

Scope and content

The Henry Allen Moe papers contain a wealth of information on mid- to late-20th century foundations, particularly the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, including correspondence, fellowship applications, and administrative information. The collection also contains information on other organizations with which Moe served, such as the New York State Historical Association. The vast correspondence, too extensive to describe in full, includes many correspondents of interest in banking, finance, the arts, and the sciences. Among these are Franz Boas, Julian P. Boyd, Walter B. Cannon, Aaron Copland, George W. Corner, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Abraham Flexner, Alfred A. Kroeber, Lewis Mumford, Linus Pauling, and John Archibald Wheeler.

For those interested in twentieth-century philanthropic organizations, the Moe papers include correspondence, yearly reports, grant applications, and other records for many of the over thirty private foundations of which Moe served as trustee, officer, and committee member.

Foundations represented include the American Trust for Oxford University; Clark Foundation; Ditson Fund for Music; Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation; John Simon Guggenheim Foundation; Lalor Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities (for which he served as its the first director); Rockefeller Foundation; Oberlaender Trust; Scriven Foundation; Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation; Allen Tucker Memorial; Vetlesen Foundation; and the Maude E. Warwick Fund for Orphans of WW II.

Reflecting his interests in the arts, the papers also contain much material on the Committee for Inter-American Artistic and Intellectual Relations; the Museum of Modern Art; N.Y.; and the State Council on the Arts.

The collection also includes a great deal of material on academic organizations such as the American Association of Rhodes Scholars; the American Philosophical Society; Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies; Association of American University Presses; Institute for Advanced Study; Institute for Current World Affairs; and the Office of Scientific Research and Development; educational institutions such as American Academy in Rome; Black Mountain College (North Carolina); Columbia University, and New York University; historical institutions such as the New York State Historical Association and the Farmers' Museum, Cooperstown, N.Y.; and other institutions such as the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown, N.Y. and the Leatherstocking Corporation.

Collection information


Gift of Edith Moe, 1976.

Custodial history:

Remembered for his dedication to helping scholars and artists pursue their work, Henry Allen Moe (1894-1975), principal administrator of the Simon Guggenheim Foundation from its inception through his 1963 retirement, brought a personal touch to his work. Moe remembered former fellows and their work, often remaining in contact with them for years, and encouraged them to think of the Guggenheim as their "intellectual home," always allowing time to see them when they returned to the foundation, as a former associate recalled in Moe's obituary.

Moe remained in his home state of Minnesota from his birth to Christian and Sophia Martha (Gaustad) on July 2, 1894 in Monticello through young adulthood. After graduating from Hamline University in 1916, he began reporting for the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press but left journalism to enlist in the U.S. Navy when the United States entered World War I. While in command of a destroyer, he suffered severe injuries when a boom collapsed -- an accident with fortuitous consequences. From his hospital bed, Moe sent a Rhodes scholarship application, which impressed Carroll Wilson, a New York bibliographer, former Rhodes Scholar and lawyer who would greatly influence Moe's career. Wilson visited Moe in the hospital and obtained a scholarship for him.

Admitted to the bar when he returned to the United States in 1923, Moe intended to pursue a career in law, but again, the intervention of Wilson led him down another path. Now a consultant to Simon Guggenheim, the industrialist and former United States Senator, Wilson asked Moe to assist in the establishing of a foundation in memory of Guggenheim's young son who had been killed. After consulting with the Guggenheims and touring the country seeking the advice of educators, Moe developed the plan for the foundation. From this point forward, Moe served as principal administrator for the Guggenheim Foundation, first as its secretary, then as secretary general, and finally, as president from 1961 to his 1963 retirement.

He served as a member or trustee of numerous institutions, organizations, and foundations, including the American Philosophical Society (elected 1943, also served as president); the New York State Historical Association (president and board chair); Farmers' Museum (president); Leatherstocking Corporation, Cooperstown, NY; Maude E. Warwick Fund (trustee, vice-president); Wesleyan University (trustee emeritus); Scriven Foundation (trustee, consultant); Clark Foundation (trustee, consultant); Museum of Modern Art (vice-chair, trustees); Institute of Modern Art (chair trustees); American Academy in Rome (president, chair); Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital (president, chair trustees); Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation (trustee); New York State Council on Arts (honorary vice chair); and National Endowment for the Humanities (chair 1965-1966).

His awards include the Recipient Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts; National Institute Arts and Letters, 1955; Public Service medal National Academy of Sciences, 1958; award of merit, Philadelphia Museum College of Art; Cosmos Club award, 1965; and the Laurel Leaf award, American Composers Alliance, 1966.

After his retirement, Moe continued to devote himself to philanthropic, scholarly, and educational interests until his death in Sherman, Connecticut on October 2, 1975.

Preferred citation

Cite as: Henry Allen Moe Papers, American Philosophical Society.

Physiology, Biochemistry, and Biophysics Note

Students of physiology, biochemistry, or biophysics may find the following items of interest:

Chance, Britton, 1913-Correspondence (4 items)1970-1973English
Du Vigneaud, Vincent, 1901-1978Correspondence (2 items)1961English
Stanley, Wendell M. (Wendell Meredith), 1904-1971Correspondence (1 item)1965English
Tiselius, Arne, 1902-1971Correspondence (4 items)1960-1961English

Indexing Terms

Corporate Name(s)

  • Allen Tucker Memorial.
  • American Academy in Rome.
  • American Trust for Oxford University.
  • Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies.
  • Association of American Rhodes Scholars..
  • Association of American University Presses..
  • Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.)
  • Columbia University.
  • Committee for Inter-American Artistic and Intellectual Relations.
  • Edna McConnell Clark Foundation.
  • Escuela Agricola Panamericana
  • Farmers' Museum (N.Y.)
  • Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
  • Institute for Current World Affairs.
  • John Simon Guggenheim Foundation
  • Lalor Foundation.
  • Leatherstocking Corporation.
  • Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation.
  • Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital.
  • Maude E. Warwick Fund for Orphans of World War II
  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities.
  • New York State Council on the Arts.
  • New York State Historical Association.
  • New York University
  • Oberlaender Trust
  • Rockefeller Foundation.
  • Scriven Foundation.
  • Vetlesen Foundation.


  • Notes
  • Speeches.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Latin America--Intellectual life
  • Peru--Antiquities

Personal Name(s)

  • Abbott, John E.
  • Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941
  • Arciniegas, Germán, 1900
  • Ascoli, Max, 1898-1978
  • Atchley, Dana Winslow, 1892-
  • Aydelotte, Frank, 1880-1956
  • Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881
  • Baldwin, William H.
  • Barcia, Pedro A.
  • Barlow, Samuel L.
  • Barnard, Chester Irving, 1886-1961
  • Bassadre, Jorge
  • Beebe, William, 1877-1962
  • Beer, Abraham
  • Bellegarde, M. Dantes
  • Berrien, William
  • Biddle, George, 1885-
  • Birkhoff, George David, 1884-1944
  • Blum, Harold F., (Harold Francis), 1899-
  • Boas, Franz, 1858-1942
  • Boggs, Samuel Whittemore, 1889-
  • Boring , Edwin Garrigues, 1886-1968
  • Boyd, Julian P., (Julian Parks), 1903-1980
  • Bronk, Detlev W., (Detlev Wulf), 1897-1975
  • Brooks, Sumner C.
  • Butterfield, L. H., (Lyman Henry), 1909-
  • Butterfield, Victor Lloyd, 1904-1975
  • Caldwell, Robert Granville, 1882-1976
  • Cannon, Walter B., (Walter Bradford), 1871-1945
  • Caso, Alfonso, 1896-1970
  • Chaves-Molino, Fernando
  • Christensen, Asher Norman, 1903-1961
  • Clark, Stephen
  • Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990
  • Corner, George Washington, 1889-1981
  • Corry, Andrew V., (Andrew Vincent), 1904-
  • Covarrubias, Miguel, 1904-1957
  • Cummings, Herbert James, 1915-
  • D'Haroncourt, René
  • Deulofeu, Venancio, 1902-
  • Dobzhansky, Theodosius Grigorievich, 1900-1975
  • Dugand, Armando
  • Dunn, Emmet Reid, 1894-1956
  • Easby, Dudley T., Jr., 1905-
  • Ewing, James
  • Farnsley, Charles, 1907-
  • Flexner, Abraham, 1866-1959
  • Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965
  • Galvan, Guerrero
  • Girden, Edward
  • Goodspeed, Thomas Harper, 1887-
  • Guarnieri, Camargo, 1907-
  • Hall, Robert King, 1912-
  • Hamilton, Earl J., (Earl Jefferson), 1899-
  • Harrison, Wallace K., (Wallace Kirkman), 1895-
  • Hayes, Herbert K
  • Heise, Doris
  • Hernandez de Alba, Gregorio
  • Holland, Kenneth
  • Horgan, Paul, 1903-
  • Keppel, Frederick P.
  • Kieffer, Paul, 1881-1969
  • Kiger, Joseph Charles
  • Kilgour, Raymond L.d1903-
  • Kroeber, A. L., (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960
  • Kruse, Cornelius Wolfram, 1913-
  • Locke, Alain LeRoy, 1886-1954
  • Lockwood, John E.
  • Malone, Dumas, 1892-
  • McKenzie, Frederick
  • Miller, Carl B.
  • Mindlin, Henrique E., 1911-
  • Mishkin, Bernard
  • Moe, Henry Allen, 1894-1975
  • Mumford, Lewis, 1895-1990
  • Myers, George S., (George Sprague), 1905-1985
  • Parkin, G. Raleigh, (George Raleigh ), 1896-
  • Parsons, Geoffrey
  • Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
  • Piel, Gerard
  • Pound, Louise, 1872-1958
  • Ray, Gordon Norton, 1915-
  • Redfield, Robert, 1897-1958
  • Smith, Courtney Craig, 1916-1969
  • Smith, James Kellum, 1893-1961
  • Smith, Myron B., Mrs.
  • Spalding, H. N.
  • Stevens, David Harrison, 1884-
  • Stone, Candace
  • Wheeler, John Archibald, 1911-2008
  • Whitehead, A. Pennington
  • Willits, Joseph A.
  • Wilson, Carroll L.
  • Wilson, Edwin Bidwell, 1879-1964
  • Witter, John
  • Wright, Louis B., (Louis Booker), 1899-1984
  • Yntema, Hessel Edward, 1891-1966


  • Agriculture--Latin America
  • Artists, Latin American
  • Authors, Latin American.
  • Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -- United States.
  • Endowments--United States
  • Humanities--Scholarships, fellowships, etc.--United States
  • Medical sciences--Finance
  • Research--Finance
  • World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief--United States

Detailed Inventory
Henry Allen Moe Papers
1920-1975 120 lin. feet Box 1-344
Abbott, Charles D
Abbott, Dick
Abbott, John
Abbott, John E
Abbott, Wilbur C
Abeel, Neilson
Abels, J
Aborn, Mr and Mrs Robert H
Abrahamsen, Christian
Academy of American Poets
Accola, Alvin J
Ackerly, S Spafford
Ackerman, Carl W
Acoutin, Simon
Action Committee for a United States of Europe
Acunia, Julio
Adair, Douglass
Adams, Ansel
Adams, Ansel and Virginia
Adams, Frederick B, Jr.
Adams, Lewis G
Adams Papers
Adams, Phillip
Adams, Robert E
Adams, Thomas Boyleston
Adamsons Ltd., Mr. Roberts
Adelman, Adrien
Adler, Elmer
Adrian, Lord
Afro-American Arts Cultural Centre
Agniel, Marguerite
Agramonte, Roberto
Aguilar Pavez, J Luis
Aiken, W A
Ainsbury, Christina
Albareda, Anslem M., Cardinal
Albright, Elizabeth (Mrs. H. Darkes)
Albright, Horace Morden
Albright, Joseph Patterson
Al-Chalabi, A J
Alderson, William T
Aldrich, Mrs. Malcolm P
Aldrich, Winthrop
Alegria, Ricardo E
Alexander, Anne
Alexander, Brooke
Alexander, Edward P
Alexander, Will W
Alfsen, F A M
Alicia Patterson Foundation
Allan, A [Peter] M
Allard, Nona [Mrs. Raymond]
Allard,Ray W
Allen, C K
Allen, D C
Allen, Edith
Allen, Frederick L
Allen, Jane
Allen, Lee
Allen, Reginald
Allen, Robert S
Allende Gossens, Salvador
Allende, Juan Martín
Allende, Mrs. Juan Martín
Alley, Raymond C
Allison, and Wallison
Alonso, Amado
Alta Bates Hospital
Alurralde, Nicanor
Alyea, Ethan
American Academy in Rome
American Academy of Arts and Letters, and National Institute of Arts and Letters
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Antiquarian Society
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Association of Museums
American Association of University Professors
American Cancer Society
American Choral and Festival Alliance
American College of Hospital Administrators
American Council of Learned Societies
American Garlic Society
American Geographical Society of New York
American Institute of Architects
American Institute of Physics
American Museum of Health
American Museum of Natural History
American Oxford Fund
American Oxonian
American Philosophical Society (APS)
Benjamin Franklin House
Boyd, Julian P
Carmichael, Leonard
Chinard, Gilbert
Class III Committee
Committee on Elections
Committee on Meetings
Committee on Philanthropy
Committee on Phillips Prize
Dictionary of the American Revolution
Franklin Portrait
APS. Future memberships
George Corner
Jayne Lectures
Joseph Henry Papers
Introduction of Senator Fulbright
Michaux Fund
Phillips Prize
Preliminary ballots
American Society for Legal History
American Place Theatre
American Red Cross
American Symphony Ordhestra
American Trust for Oxford University
Ashmolean Museum
Balliol College
Bodlean Library
Brasenose College
Christ Church
Eastman Fund
Exeter College
Hertford College
Historic Buildings
Lady Margaret Hall; Lincoln College
Magdalen College
Medical School
New College
Oriel College
Oxford Preservation Trust
Pembroke College
Restricted gifts from other than former Rhodes Scholars
St. Anthony's College
St. Catherine's College
St. Edmund Hall
Trinity College
University College
Unrestricted gifts from former Rhodes Scholars
Wadham College
Will and codicils of Rhodes
Worcester College
Amerine, Maynard A
Ames, Adelbert, Jr.
Ames, Amyas
Ames, Charles Lesley
Ames, James Barr
Ames, William T
Ames India Library
Amherst College
Amory, Copley, Jr.
Anderson, Adolph
Anderson, Edgar
Anderson, F Emerson
Anderson, George C
Anderson, H B
Anderson, Hugo A
Anderson, Hurst R
Anderson Imbert, Enrique
Anderson, J K
Anderson, John O
Anderson, Norman
Anderson, Raymond W
Anderson, Sherwood
Anderson, Theodore
Anderson, Troyer S
Anderson, Wayne W
Andlauer, Lillian
Andres, William McK
Andrew, G C
Andrews, Alexander B
Andrews, Carl W
Andrews, K D
Andrews, L A
Angeles, Philip
Angelological Center
Annals of Internal Medicine
Anthony, Julian
Antonielli, Migliori
Apgar, Virginia
Aramco World Magazine
Arango, Luis-Angel
Archaeological Institute of America
Archives of American Art
Arciniegas, German
Ardrey, Robert
Argentina, Embassy of
Argento, Mino
Argosy, Inc.
Aris, Rutherford
Armitage, Merle
Armstrong, Mrs. Douglas
Arnakis, George G
Arnason, H Harvard
Arnaud, Leopold
Arnheim, Rudolf
Arnold, Mrs. Janet [Mrs. Antony L.]
Arnold, Kenneth
Arnold, Kenneth, and Ruth
Arnold, Victoria
Arnon, Daniel I
Aronson, Steven M L
Arroyave, Guillermo
Arthur, Henry H
Arts and Humanities Program: Selected Federal Programs
Arts for Living Advisory Council
Arts for Living Center
Ascoli, Max
Asenjo, Conrado F
Ashburn, Frank D
Ashley, Charles Allen
Ashley, Mrs. Charles
Ashley, Charlotte Chandler
Ashton, Henry R
Ashton, Mrs. Henry
Ashton, Sherley
Asia Society
Aspen Award Candidates
Aspen Institute Awards
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
Associated Councils of the Arts
Association Gaston Berger
Association of American Rhodes Scholars
Association of American Rhodes Scholars Bank statements
Board of direction
Kern trust
Trust deeds
Association of American University Presses
Atchley, Dana W
Athenaeum Publishers
Atkinson, Geoffroy
Atkinson, John W
Atoms for Peace Awards
Atwood, Mrs. Sanford
Aub, Joseph C
Auchincloss, Douglas
Auer, Bernhard
Auerbach, Charles
Aushalomov, Jacob
Authors' Club
Avery, Sue A (Mrs. William I.)
Avila, Enrique
Aydelotte, Frank
Aydelotte, Marie
Aydelotte, William Osgood
Bach, Richard F
Bachelis, Warren
Bacher, John R
Bacher, William F
Bacon, Ernst
Bacon, Leonard
Bacon, Stevenson, and Company
Baddeley, Vincent
Bagdikian, Ben H
Bagley, C R
Bahr, Jerome
Bailey, F C
Bailey, Harold J
Bailey, Percival
Bailey, Mrs. Percival
Bailey, Percy
Bailey, Yevnige
Bair, F H
Baker, Carlos
Balbuena, M A
Balch, Earle
Baldwin, Alice M
Baldwin, Martin
Baldwin, Raymond E
Baldwin, Sherman
Baldwin, William H
Balfour, Donald C
Ball, Virginia
Ballard, Dr.
Balthazar, Clare
Balthazar, Eulalio P
Bandizzoni, Luis
The Bandwagon
Bane, Frank
Bank of New York
Bank Statements
Bankers Trust Company
Banks, Theodore H
Barbabosa, Luz Virginia
Barber, William
Barber, Mrs. William A
Barbour, Hugh
Barbour, Philip L
Barbour, William R
Barcia, Pedro A
Barclay, Delores
Barclay, Lance
Bard, Philip
Barker, Conway
Barker, J M
Barker, Joseph W
Barker, Robert R
Barksdale, A Beverly
Barlow, S L
Barlow, Mrs. S L
Barnard, Chester I
Barnes, Joseph
Barnes, Viola F
Barnhart, Clarence L
Barnonn, T J
Barnouw, A J
Barque de Hollanda, Aurelio
Barr, Alfred H, Jr.
Barr, Stringfellow
Barrett, J D
Barrett, Mrs. William F
Barrows, Thomas N
Barry, Charles
Barry, Daniel A, Jr.
Barry, David G
Barry, Iris
Bart, Hans
Barzin, Leon
Barzun, Jacques
Bassadre, Jorge
Bassett, Preston R
Bassett Hospital

See: Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital

Batchelder, Windsor C
Bateman, George F
Bates, Ma-ton
Bates, Robert C
Battistini, Telemaco
Battle, Lucius D
Battles, Ford Lewis
Baudizzone, Luis M
Bauman, Ida A
Baumgartner, Leona
Baumol, William J
Bay, Howard
Bayless, William A
Bayne, Stephen
Bayne-Jones, Stanhope
Beach, C. M., & Co.
Beach, Frank A
Beach, Joseph
Beadle, Muriel [Mrs. George W.]
Beal, Gifford
Beal, William R
Beale, Leonard J
Beals, Clyde
Beals, Ralph A
Beame, Abraham
Beard, Charles
Beatty, Willard
Beck, Bertram
Beck, Emily
Beck, Fernand, Jr.
Beck, Gordon
Becker, Howard I
Becker, Owen C
Beckwith, R H
Bedard, Pierre
Beebe, William
Beer, Abraham
Beer, Kenneth E
Beeson, Jack
Begler, Manning T
Béhar, Moisés
Belcher, Hannah Graham
Beldan, Emma
Bel Geddes, Norman
Belknap, Chauncey
Bell, Aldon
Bell, Colley W
Bell, Elliott
Bell, Henry E
Bell, James
Bell, Sharon Nelson
Bell, Sheila
Bell, Whitfield Jenks, Jr.
Bellegarde, M Dantes
Beltrán, Enrique
Bender, Daniel W
Bender, Ernest
Bender, Isabel [Mrs. Daniel W.]
Bender, James F
Bendiner, Milton
Benedict and Bendict
Benedict, Stephen G
Benitez, Jaime
Benjamin, Carroll B
Benjamin Franklin Hotel
Bennett, Alice
Bennett, Bradley F
Bennett, Raymond L
Bennett Reise Bureau S/A
Bennett, Russel H
Bennett, Wendell C
Benoist, Louis A
Benson, E M
Benson, Gertrude
Benson, Joan and Robert
Bent, Henry E
Benton, Mrs. Guy Potter
Benton, William
Benton, William B
Berding, Andrew
Beresford, Mrs. Patricia
Berger, Josef
Berger, Robert
Bergh, Sven-Erik
Bergsma, William
Berkeley, California
Berkshire Museum
Berkner, L V
Berkner, L. V., and L. C. Marshall
Berle, Adolph A, Jr.
Berle, Adolph A., and Beatrice
Berle, Mrs. Adolph
Berle, B B
Berle, Beatrice
Berle, Peter A A
Berlin, Isaiah
Berman, Eugene
Berman, Ronald
Bernard Quaritch, Ltd.
Berrien, William
Berry, Eileen
Berryman, Vern L
Bertaccini, Paul F
Berthrong, Merrill G
Berti, Isaiah
Bessie, Simon Michael
Beteta, Ramón
Betts, Mrs. Winifred
Beutel, H K
Beyer, Lynn
Beyer, Thomas P
Bhattacharys, Evelyn [Mrs. Sanjoy]
Bhattacharya, Sanjoy
Bibliotheque Nationale
Bickel, Karl A
Bickel, Karl E S
Biddle, Francis
Biddle, George
Biddle, Livingston
Biddle, Mrs. Livingston
Biddle, Stark
Biggar, G G
Billington, James H
Bills in Congress
The Biltmore, New York City
Binder, Frederick
Binger, Carl
Bingham, Barry
Bingham, Millicent Todd [Mrs. Walter V.]
Bingham, Walter V
Binh, Duong Thanh
Binns, Bernard O
Biological Field Station, Cooperstown: 4th annual report
Bird, Junius
Bird, Remsen Dubois
Birge, Raymond T
Birkhoff, George D
Bischoff, Ralph F
Bishop, John P
Bissell, Alfred E
Bittner, W S
Black, A. & C., Ltd.
Black, Douglas M
Black, Eugene R
Black, Harry
Black, Hollis
Black, Mrs. Hollis M
Black, Hulon
Black, James B
Black Mountain College
Blackwell, Gordon Williams
Blackwell, R E
Blackwood, James R
Blagden, Thomas P
Blaine, Mrs. James Gillespie, III
Blair, Everetta
Blair, William McCormick
Blaisdell, Thomas C
Blakemore, Thomas
Blanchard, L H
Blanchette, Paul G
Blandy Experimental Farm
Blanshard, Brand
Blanshard, Mrs. Frances
Blauvelt, Hiram B Demarest
Bleaney, B
Bliss, Mrs. Robert Woods
Blitzer, Charles
Block, Harry
Blood, Virginia
Bloom, Don
Bloom, Kathryn
Blossom, Sumner
Blum, Harold F
Blum, John A
Blum, Robert
Blume, Franklyn L
Blumer, Herbert
Boak, Arthur E R
Board of Consultants for Agriculture
Board of Cooperative Educational Services
Boardman, Anne [Mrs. Francis]
Boardman, Dorothy
Boardman, Francis
Boardman, Francis, Jr.
Boardman, James
Boardman, Robert C
Boardman, William H
Boas, Franz
Boas, George
Bode, Carl
Bodleian Library, Oxford University
Bodley's American Friends
Boe, John
Boehr, John W
Bogard, Travis
Bogart, L
Boggs, S W
Bohr, Niels
Bohs, Aye
Boland, Betty Lloyd [Mrs. John]
Boland, John D
Boller, Leo A
Bolshaw, H
Bolton, Herbert
Bolton, Theodore
Bombal, Maria L
Bomhard, Moritz
Bondi, Inge
Bone, L W
Bonner, John
Book reviews
Booth, John E
Bopp, Karl R
Borah, Woodrow
Bordley, James, III