The Lewis Wickes Hine Manuscript Collection at the Richard and Ronay Menschel Library, George Eastman House.
The Finding Aid follows the arrangement of the collection and is comprised of 4 sections: Scrapbook, Publications, Personal Papers and Index. The collection is arranged chronologically, with the exception of the Scrapbook. The contents of the Scrapbook retain original order and are arranged sequentially with assigned page numbers prefixed by SC: (Scrapbook pages are unnumbered). Entries for published materials use Chicago Manual of Style and all other papers use AACR2 rules for manuscripts. Separate fields for notes, record form and date have been added to assist the collection user.
The Roy E. Stryker papers are indicated by an * preceded by the item number.
Index terms use keyword descriptors taken from the title/author fields and where applicable the item text.
Record form terms adhere to the definitions provided by The Art and Architecture Thesaurus with the following exceptions:
[Item #] 15
[Form] [Pamphlet],[Date] 1914 May
[Author. Article title]
Hine, Lewis W. and Jessie P. Rich. "Child Work in the
Home: What it is, What it Should Be."
National Child Labor Committee, Pamphlet # 232
[(Date): Article page numbers]
(May 1914): 1-4.
[Physical dimensions: Item page numbers]
23 x 16 cm.: 1-8.
NOTES: Reprint from The Child Labor Bulletin, V.3, No. 1 (May 1914).
[Item #] 340* [* Indicates copy from the Roy E. Stryker papers]
[[Form] Date, Address of Addresser]
[Letter], 1971 October 21, George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
[[to] Addressee / Addresser. - number of pages: physical dimensions]
[to] Robert Doherty, 18109 Yale Drive, Louisville, KY/ F. Van Deren Coke. - 1p.: 28 x 22 cm.
NOTES: Concerns the acquisition of copies of the letters of Roy E. Stryker. Attached note from Robert Doherty.