File consists of a re-abstracting manual for the Yoruba study data to update the research goal to compare urban and rural mental health and limit bias in analysis. File also includes respondents' answers to health surveys and a memo regarding evaluation of Yoruba abstracts.
File contains documents relating to Taintor's study and two drafts of the full study text. Includes mental and physical health surveys and datasets, interview fieldnotes, and statistics and calculations. Also contains a letter from Laurel Hodgden regarding the usability of the data.
Subseries consists of affiliated studies by other authors that used the data from the 1961 Cornell-Aro and 1963 role of women studies. Contains some articles written by staff members of the 1961 and 1963 studies.
File contains printouts of computer code, and graphs and datasets analyzing socioeconomic acculturation of Yoruba women. File also includes three copies of Ilfield's study "Acculturation levels and mental health of 120 educated Yoruba women."
File contains notes on medical data relevant to hemoglobin. Includes lists of Sahli percentages and charts comparing averages. Also includes a memo regarding summary data from random village hemoglobin samples.
Series consists of records created and collected by Richard Apostle that document his involvement in establishing a regional development research institute in Klaksvik, Faroe Islands. His primary scholarly output from this collaborative endeavour was the book The Restructuration of the Faroese Economy: The Significance of the Inner Periphery, by Richard Apostle, Dennis Holm, Gestur Hovgaard, Olavur Waag Hognesen and Bjarni Mortensen. A subseries contains records documenting the development of a book about the amalgamation of municipalities in the Faroe Islands. Records types include correspondence; draft manuscripts; studies and papers; budgets and financial reports; meeting minutes; and research data and notes. Records include correspondence and reports in Faroese, Icelandic and Danish.
File contains computer printouts and a photocopy of Thomas Piazza, "The Analysis of Attitude Items," American Journal of Sociology, vol. 86, no. 3 (1980) with an accompanying letter to Richard Apostle from J. Fletcher.
File contains data collected and coded by Gilbert Winham in 1967, documenting public speeches, speeches before Congress, congressional testimony, and press releases/statements from a selection of members of the U.S. congress between May 1947 and April 1948. A handwritten note states that the file contains "congressional stuff, coded for APSA paper, Lodge, Ball". Data was compiled and used as part of Winham's thesis 'An Analysis of Foreign Aid Decision-Making: The Case of the Marshall Plan'.