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The Biographical series contains biographical sketches, clippings, awards, correspondence between Kemmerer and family members, especially his son Donald Kemmerer, and photographs. The series also includes a guestbook listing the visitors to the Kemmerer home from 1920 to 1941 and a small amount of material related to Princeton University and Scranton-Keystone Junior College.
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Subseries 2A: Alphabetical, 1901-1945

12 boxes
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The Alphabetical subseries contains both professional and personal correspondence with colleagues, businesses, and universities, and correspondence related to Kemmerer's involvement with the Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy and other economic and professional organizations. The subseries also includes correspondence regarding Kemmerer's publications and regarding his personal activities.
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Subseries 2B: Chronological, 1899-1945

55 boxes
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The Chronological subseries includes correspondence between Kemmerer and colleagues, government officials, institutions, and family and friends, as well as letters composed by Kemmerer's secretary. In the correspondence, Kemmerer discusses economic and finance subjects and papers written by colleagues, as well as ongoing and potential financial advisory commissions. The correspondence also concerns Kemmerer's writings, attendance at conferences, appointments to positions, and participation in committees.
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Series 2: Correspondence, 1899-1945

67 boxes
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The Correspondence series is composed of both professional and personal correspondence between Kemmerer and colleagues, government officials, institutions, businesses, and friends and family. The majority of the correspondence is related to his scholarship, his involvement in various organizations, and his financial advisory work. Please see the subseries descriptions in the contents list for additional information about individual subseries.
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Series 3: Country Files, 1864-1981

157 boxes
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The Country Files series documents Kemmerer's financial advisory work and also contains materials collected by Kemmerer as he conducted research on particular countries. The series contains material from twenty-six countries, mostly in Latin America. The best documented are China, Colombia, and Peru, and to a lesser extent Chile, Ecuador, the Philippines, and Poland. The papers include correspondence, reports, clippings, and government publications regarding a wide variety of subjects, including banks and banking systems, currency and monetary policy, government budgets and debt, taxes, trade laws, and information regarding the economic and social conditions of the countries. The papers also include correspondence, reports, clippings, and other materials of the commissions of financial advisors lead by Kemmerer.
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Series 4: Topical Files, 1888-1946

43 boxes
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The Topical series is composed of publications and clippings, as well as reports, correspondence, papers, and notes. The topics include banks and banking, currency, gold and silver, and inflation. The series also contains materials related to Kemmerer's involvement or interest in a number of organizations related to the economy and government of the United States, including the Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy.
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The Writings series includes Kemmerer's articles, materials for books, diaries, lectures, speeches, and testimonies before Congress or courts. Subjects include the gold standard, monetary policies, banking, inflation and prices, and Kemmerer's work with various financial advisory commissions. In addition to the original diaries, there are typed transcripts of the diaries with notations created by Kemmerer's son, Donald L. Kemmerer, of portions of the diaries he selected as relevant to his father's career as a financial advisor and economist.
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Series 6 is largely composed of materials related to Kemmerer's work as a financial advisor leading international financial commissions. The materials include bound copies of reports submitted to the governments with the commissions' recommendations and photograph albums and scrapbooks of clippings that document the time spent by the commissions in the countries, as well as a small number of books. Supplemantary materials that were kept in rolls may be found in Series 7.
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Series 2: Correspondence, 1810-1992

17 Volumes 34 boxes
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The Correspondence Series includes letters, notes, and telegrams from a variety of individuals, usually to or from Woodrow Wilson (although some correspondence is between others and is related to Wilson). Perhaps the most notable portion of this series is the Wilson family correspondence, including letters between Wilson and his first wife, Ellen Axson Wilson, from their courtship through the end of her life in 1914, as well as correspondence to and from his daughters Jessie and Margaret, and his brother-in-law Stockton Axson. This series also includes a "Special Correspondence Collections" section, which contains shorthand notebooks of Wilson letters recorded by his secretary, Gilbert Close, as well as correspondence collections of other individuls close to Wilson, including Lawrence Woods, David Huston, and Mary Hulbert, as well as the Thackwell collection of correspondence between Woodrow family members and especially between Woodrow Wilson and his cousin, Harriet Woodrow. These collections include letters to and from Wilson and others. The final section of the Correspondence Series includes copies of letters in other collections.
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The Documents Series includes originals and photostats of many important documents written, signed, or received by Woodrow Wilson, including applications, appointments, constitutions, resolutions, and property and deed documents. Of note are the marriage license of Woodrow Wilson and Edith Bolling Galt, as well as "Resolutions Regarding the Graduate School of Princeton University, 1908."
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The Images, Portraits, Photographs, Caricatures Series contains etchings, prints, photographs, lithographs, and paintings of Woodrow Wilson, his family and associates, his residences, and related topics visually documenting his life. The series includes the G. E. Thompson Collection, as well as many miscellaneous and oversized images.