Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929
Robert Russa Moton Speech, Speech Draft and Correspondence: Address . . .at the Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., May 30, 1922.
Robert Saughton and Helen Lynd Papers. Fund-Raising Letter from Robert S. Lynd to the Executive Director of the Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation.
Robert Stanugton and Helen Lynd Papers. Consumption and Leisure as Topics of Research for the Social Science Research Council.
[Crowds waiting in the rain to say goodbye and good luck to President Coolidge outside the White House]
[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, half-length portraits, standing]
[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, half-length portrait, standing, facing front, holding her pet raccoon]
[Mrs. Coolidge planting a tree in one of Washington's playgrounds, as Girl Scouts and others watch]
[Mrs. Coolidge with two dogs, policemen, and children at Easter egg roll]
Selling Mrs. Consumer,
[Side view of two automobiles, one a convertible, with Black Mesa, New Mexico in the background]
Slemp, Coolidge and Sanders
Social and economic consequences of buying on the installment plan,
Some problems of distribution;
Some things new in grease paint. Miss Grace Wagner, a student at Central High, Wash., D.C. is learning the art of auto mechanics.
The southern urban Negro as a consumer.
The southern workman :
The story of a pantry shelf,
Stuart Chase Papers. First Aid to Consumers, Renamed Your Money's Worth.
Stuart Chase Papers. Handbook of Buying (October 1931) and Confidential Letters About Stuart Chase.
Stuart Chase Papers. Memorandum Establishing the Consumers Foundation, and Page Proof of Consumers' Research Article on Libel Suit Victory.
Stuart Chase Papers. Story of Toad Lane--A Pamphlet About the Rochdale Plan and the Rise of the Consumer Cooperative Movement.
Stuart Chase Papers. Theodore Dreiser and Stuart Chase Correspondence on the Subject of Consumer Purchasing Power and Corporate Profits.
A study of radio as an advertising medium;
A study of radio broadcasting based exclusively on personal interviews with families in the United States east of the Rocky mountains.
Style and its relation to budgeting,
Survivers (sic) of the Indian Wars call the White House ...
T.W. Page of the National Tax Assn.
[The Italian Republican League of N.Y. presents President Coolidge with an original parchment of Lincoln's Gettysburg address]
The talking machine world :
The three leading lights of the Republican Party, photographed after a long conference at the Executive Offices in Washington
Thrift for women;
Truth in fabric and misbranding bills.
U.S.J. Dunbar presents a statue of Walter Johnson to President Coolidge
[Guard house being constructed at the Patterson House for the coming of President and Mrs. Coolidge]
[Julius Rosenwald of Chicago, President of Sears, Roebuck and Co., half-length portrait, standing outside the White House, facing left]
The united American magazine of good citizenship :
[Automobiles in window of the Washington-Cadillac Co., Washington, D.C.]
[Automobiles parked on roof of Buick Sales and service building]
The villager :
Visitin' 'round at Coolidge Corners /
What is happening to retailers, wholesalers and producers--the way out;
What is the chain store's responsibility to its community?
Wm. A. Scully (left) of the Republican National Committee and a group of foreign born American citizens
Women in the twentieth century;
Your car; a magazine of romance, fact and fiction :
Your money's worth;