PaS, Stewart Paton and Paton Family Collections in the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


[Series 1] Stewart Paton Correspondence

[Folder] Abel, John Jacob . — 1915. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Abetti, Giorgio. — 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Adams, Walter Sydney. — 1930. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Alexander, James Waddell, II. — 1911. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Allport, Floyd Henry. — 1925. — 1 Folder

[Folder] American Officers of the Great War. — 1919. — 1 Folder
Notification of nomination for membership by Colonel William D. Wilmer

[Folder] Anderson, Henry W.. — 1930. — 1 Folder
National Commission on Law Observation and Enforcement.

[Folder] Angell, James Rowland. — 1926, 1928-1929. — 1 Folder
Yale University

[Folder] Ashworth, J. H.. — 1924. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Aswell, E. C.. — 1927-1928. — 1 Folder
Aswell was associatied with the monthly magazine publication "The Forum"

[Folder] Bailey, Pearce. — 1915, 1917-1918. — 1 Folder
Contents pertain to the National Research Council Subcommittee on Psychiatry and War Department Office of the Surgeon General

[Folder] Baldwin, James Mark. — 1905. — 1 Folder
A single postcard

[Folder] Barker, Lewellys F. . — 1898. — 1 folder
Letter from Stewart Paton

[Folder] Barker, William Halsey. — 1924. — 1 folder

[Folder] Barrett, Albert Moore. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Contents pertain to the National Research Council Subcommittee on Psychiatry

[Folder] Bassoe, Peter. — 1927. — 1 Folder
President of the American Neurological Association

[Folder] Batchelder, Nathaniel Horton. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Personal correspondence from Headmaster Batchelder of the Loomis Institute about Richard Townley Paton's progress

[Folder] Baumler, Christian Gottfried Heinrich. — 1900, 1905, 1927, 1929. — 1 folder

[Folder] Beard, J. Howard. — 1936. — 1 Folder
J. Howard Beard served as University Health Officer at the University of Illinois. Correspondence pertains to his inquiry about possible university mental health services.

[Folder] Beers, Clara Louise (Jepson). — Undated. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Beers, Clifford Whittingham. — 1935. — 1 Folder
Corresponce pertains to Stewart Paton's book "Making War and Making Peace."

[Folder] Billings, John Shaw. — 1900, 1905. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Bingham, Carl C.. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Correspondence pertains to research into shell shock

[Folder] Blake, Tiffany. — 1921. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Bloomfield, Maurice. — 1912. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Blumer, G. Alder. — 1931. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Booker, W.D.. — 1908, 1916. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Borah, William Edgar. — 1925, 1927. — 1 folder

[Folder] Bramble, Helen M.. — 1928. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Brebner, James. — 1921, 1923. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Brown, William Adams. — 1889. — 1 Folder
Personal correspondence concerning Bellevue examinations

[Folder] Brun, J. . — 1905-1906

[Folder] Buckler, William Hepburn. — 1908, 1932, Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Bunker, Frank F.. — 1935. — 1 Folder
Materials pertain to Stewart Paton's book, Keep Human and Plan to Live

[Folder] Burlingham, Charles Culp. — 1920. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Burnham, William H.. — 1918. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Burrow, Trigant. — 1927, 1937. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Bushnell, George E.. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns Army physicians

[Folder] Butler, Nicholas Murray. — 1926, 1931. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Bäumler, Christian Gottfried Heinrich. — 1900, 1905, 1927, 1929. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cameron, Arnold Guyot. — 1917. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cameron, Henry C.. — Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Campbell, Charles Macfie. — 1917, 1921-1922, 1928. — 1 Folder
Includes obituary by The Institute of Living, formerly known as The Neuro-Psychiatric Institute of the Hartford Retreat

[Folder] Carnegie Corporation of New York. — 1918. — 1 Folder
James Bertram

[Folder] Carr, William Guy. — 1934. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Carty, John Joseph. — 1920-1921, 1923, 1925-1926. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Casamajor, Louis. — 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cecil, Arthur B.. — 1922. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Chapman, Ross McClure. — 1941. — 1 Folder
Ross McClure Chapman served as Superintendent of the Sheppard and Enoch Hospital in Towson, MD.

[Folder] Child Study Association of America. — 1929. — 1 Folder
Marion M. Miller

[Folder] Chisholm, B. Ogden. — 1923, 1925. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Clark, William Bullock. — 1912. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Clements, Frederic Edward. — 1924. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Coburn, Frederick W.. — 1921. — 1 Folder
Correspondence pertains to a newspaper clipping on Stewart Paton

[Folder] Coleman, Warren. — 1936. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Conklin, Edward Grant. — 1921, 1926, 1929, 1936, 1938. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Coode-Adams, John. — 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cotton, Henry Andrews. — 1917, 1921. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Coudert, Frederic René, Jr. — 1926. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cowles, Anna Roosevelt. — 1907, 1923-1924. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Crabtree, George H. . — September 26, 1918

[Folder] Cumming, Hugh Smith. — 1921-1922. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Cushing, Harvey Williams. — 1924, 1926-1927, Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Dana, Charles L.. — 1917-1918. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the Psychiatric Sub-committee of the National Research Council on which both Charles L. Dana and Stewart Paton served.

[Folder] Dane, Harry Robinson. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Regarding Richard Townley Paton's violin lessons.

[Folder] Darrach, William. — 1926. — 1 Folder
Regarding the need to establish a New York research center for the brain and nervous system.

[Folder] Darwin, Leonard. — 1921, 1928, 1971. — 1 Folder
Includes enclosures of Leonard Darwin's correspondence with Cora Hodson, as well as a brief letter between Victor A. McKusick and David Paton (1930 - Present) concerning the collective correspondence.

[Folder] Davenport, Charles Benedict. — 1921. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Davison, Henry Pomeroy. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Correspondence pertains to membership in the Red Cross Commission to Italy

[Folder] De Coppet, Edward J.. — 1915. — 1 Folder

[Folder] De Coppet, Pauline. — 1916. — 1 Folder

[Folder] De Filippi, Filippo. — 1902, 1906, 1909, 1912, 1915 - 1921, 1924, 1928, 1931, 1933-1934, 1936-1938, Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] De Roode, Albert. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Regarding a research proposal by John Dewey.

[Folder] Delano, Frederic Adrian. — 1936, 1938. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Denver & Rio Grande Railway Company. — 1886. — 1 Folder
Denver & Rio Grande Railway Company

[Folder] Dercum, Francis Xavier. — 1905. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Dewey, John. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns a meeting to discuss a project of Edward J. De Coppet.

[Folder] Diller, Theodore. — Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Dohrn, Anton. — 1909. — 1 Folder
Anton Dohrn was the founder and first director of the Stazione Zoologica in Naples, Italy.

[Folder] Dohrn, Reinhard. — 1915. — 1 Folder
Reinhard Dohrn was Anton Dohrn's son.

[Folder] Doubleday, Russell. — 1919. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the writing of a new psycho-analysis book.

[Folder] Draper, George. — 1923. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Duncan, David. — 1887, 1889. — 1 Folder
British Crown Office in Edinburgh, Scotland.

[Folder] Dunlap, Knight. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns work on "shell shock" at the Johns Hopkins University Psychological Laboratory. One letter references a missing extract from a letter sent from Clarence Byrnold Farrar to the War Department.

[Folder] Dunn, Homer A.. — 1920. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Dyer, Jetson F.. — 1935. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Elder, William S.. — 1887. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Elgin, Mary P. . — 1921, 1968. — 1 Folder
letter from Stewart Paton to Mary P. Elgin later sent by Elgin to Richard Townley Paton.

[Folder] Eliot, Charles William. — 1902. — 1 Folder
Harvard University

[Folder] Elliot, John Wheelock. — 1909. — 1 Folder
A single envelope

[Folder] Elliott, Edward. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the commissioning of a Dr. Ball at the Medical Research Laboratory at Hazelhurst Field in New York.

[Folder] Farmers Loan and Trust Company. — 1919. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Farrand, Max. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's article in Science, "University Administration and University Ideals."

[Folder] Farrand, Wilson. — 1911. — 1 Folder
Regarding Princeton University and university reforms.

[Folder] Farrar, Clarence Byrnold. — 1905, 1917, 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Fernald, Walter Elmore. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Regarding the National Research Council's Sub-committee on Psychiatry and a resolution for "shell-shock."

[Folder] Fielder, James Fairman. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's appointment to the Commission to Secure Additional Accommodation for the Insane.

[Folder] Finney, John Miller Turpin. — 1918, 1926. — 1 Folder
Correspondence pertains to the U.S. Army Signal Corps Air Service and human behavior studies at Princeton and Yale University.

[Folder] Fishbein, Morris. — 1930. — 1 Folder
Regarding Prohibition.

[Folder] Fisher, Irving. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Correspondence pertains to Irving Fisher's "Health and War"

[Folder] Fisk, Alexander G.. — 1893. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Fleming, Matthew Corry. — 1913, 1923. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Flexner, Simon. — 1915, 1928. — 1 Folder
Materials include a telegram concerning an assembly bill, and a letter concerning Dr. Eugène Minkowski

[Folder] Flinn, Alfred Douglas. — 1921. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Mr. Walter N. Polakov and Count Alfred Korzybski.

[Folder] Flournoy, Henri. — 1938. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Foote, Elizabeth Townsend. — Undated. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Forbes, William Cameron. — 1938. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns a speech at a banquet in honor of "Doctor Merriam"

[Folder] Franz, Shepherd Ivory. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Scientific Director of the Government Hospital for the Insane

[Folder] Fry, Clements Collard. — 1927, 1929. — 1 Folder
Department of University Health at Yale University.

[Folder] Furst, Clyde Bowman. — 1921. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "Human Behavior."

[Folder] Gamble, Cary Breckinridge, Jr.. — 1917, 1931, Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Garrett, Robert. — 1912. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Gast, Reinhard. — 1910, 1919. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Gay, Frederick Parker. — 1923. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the National Research Council.

[Folder] Gifford, Walter Sherman. — 1927-1928, 1930, 1932. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Gilbert, Walter M.. — 1917. — 1 Folder
Assistant Secretary of the National Research Council. Correspondence concerns the organization of a shell shock commission.

[Folder] Gilman, Daniel Coit. — 1900. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Glueck, Bernard Charles, Sr.. — 1922. — 1 Folder
Regarding the development of an emotional survey technique.

[Folder] Gorgas, William Crawford. — 1917. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Gorringe, Henry Honychurch. — 1881. — 1 folder
Invitation to Alexandrian Obelisk Placement

[Folder] Graff, George, business card. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Greenway, James C.. — 1926. — 1 Folder
Yale University Deparment of Health.

[Folder] Gummere, Richard Mott. — 1924. — 1 Folder
Regarding students from the William Penn Charter School attending Princeton University.

[Folder] Guyer, Michael Frederic. — 1914. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Hahn, Rosina. — 1939-1940. — 1 Folder
National Institute of Social Sciences.

[Folder] Hale, George Ellery. — 1916-1918, 1921. — 1 Folder
Regarding the National Research Council Sub-Committee on Psychiatry, Stewart Paton's Chairmanship and committee appointments.

[Folder] Halsey, Rosalie Vryling. — 1896. — 1 folder

[Folder] Halsted, William Stewart. — 1904. — 1 Folder
Materials include a personal letter requesting photographs of Stewart Paton and his family members.

[Folder] Haskins, Charles Homer. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns articles by Stewart Paton in Science and the Evening Post.

[Folder] Hawkes, H.. — August 6, 1926

[Folder] Henderson, Yandell. — 1918. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Henze, Friederich Wolfgang Martin. — 1919-1920, 1927. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns World War I, the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, and personal reminiscences.

[Folder] Hibben, John Grier. — 1917, 1921, 1925. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's book "Human Behavior," also includes enclosure from Geno Dunn, referencing a Century Club dinner hosted by Stewart Paton.

[Folder] Hoisholt, Andrew William. — 1905. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Hollingworth, Harry Levi. — 1927. — 1 Folder
Regarding Hollingworth's "Mental Growth and Decline."

[Folder] Hopkins, Ernest Martin. — 1921, 1924. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "Mental Hygeine in the University," and the development of mental hygeine programs within Dartmouth College.

[Folder] Howard, Tracy Huntington. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns Stewart Paton's article "University Administration and Ideals."

[Folder] Howell, William Henry. — 1935. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Howland, Horace Fletcher. — 1935. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Hunt, Theodore Whitefield. — 1928. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Hunter, Robert J.. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Regarding mental and physical fitness of aviators.

[Folder] Hurd, Henry Mills. — 1903, 1906, 1908, 1933, 2012. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's Psychiatry, the Henry Phipp's Psychiatric Clinic, and Hurd's resignation. Also includes typed personal note from Stewart Paton's grandson, David Paton.

[Folder] Hutchins, Robert Maynard. — 1923, 1926. — 1 Folder
Regarding the development of mental hygieine programs at Yale University.

[Folder] Huxley, Julian Sorell. — 1919, 1922. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Jacobs, Henry Barton. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "University Administration."

[Folder] Jaensch, Rudolf Walther. — 1930. — 1 Folder
Regarding research funding with the Rockefeller Foundation and National City Bank.

[Folder] Jaquet, Eugène. — 1920, 1928, 1930-1931. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Jelliffe, Smith Ely. — 1927. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's writings on Prohibition.

[Folder] Jones, William Wiley. — 1916. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the health of Stewart Paton's son, William Paton.

[Folder] Junior for Bellvue. — June 8, 1889

[Folder] Kannavich, George. — 1907. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns American psychiatric literature and practice.

[Folder] Kanner, Leo. — 1934-1935. — 1 Folder
Regarding the Harriet Lane Home and the fellowship of Wilmot F. Schneider. Includes newspaper clipping, annotated by Richard Townley Paton.

[Folder] Kappers, Cornelius Ubbo Ariëns. — 1927-1928. — 1 Folder
Regarding Netherlands Central Insitute for Brain Research, the death of Stewart Paton's brother, William Agnew Paton, and conferences and presentations on the brain.

[Folder] Kast, Ludwig. — 1933-1934, 1937-1938. — 1 Folder
Regarding the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, reports of the Child Study Association, and Leo Kanner.

[Folder] Keen, William Williams. — 1924. — 1 Folder
Regarding Brown University and William Herbert Perry Faunce.

[Folder] Keene, Francis Bowler. — undated. — 1 folder
A political epitath for Woodrow Wilson

[Folder] Keith, Arthur. — 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Kent, Earl. — 1935. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Knower, Henry McElderry. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's written works on university administration.

[Folder] Knowlson, Thomas Sharper. — 1936. — 1 Folder
Regarding Knowlson's written works on concentration and the unpublished "The Inexpressibles of Experience."

[Folder] Kraepelin, Emil. — 1900. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Ladd, Catherine Everit "Kate" (Macy). — 1932, 1935, 1936. — 1 Folder
Regarding the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, Leo Kanner's work, and a Dr. Hart.

[Folder] Lambert, Alexander. — 1921, 1937. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "Human Behavior," the effects of alcohol on the personality, and the weather and wildlife of central Africa.

[Folder] Lambert, Samuel W.. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Request to the Surgeon General for Stewart Paton's appointment as lecturer at Columbia University.

[Folder] Lazear, Mabel (Houston). — 1904, Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Lazear, Thomas C.. — 1901. — 1 Folder
Regarding Jesse William Lazear memorial.

[Folder] Longcope, Warfield Theobald. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Regarding work with the American Expeditionary Forces.

[Folder] Ludolf, Ernestine (Fabbri). — Undated. — 1 Folder
Regarding Paton family travels through Europe and invitations to stay at her home, Casa Bianca in Naples.

[Folder] Lusk, Graham. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Regarding the Harvey Lectures and mental hygiene.

[Folder] MacLake, William. — 1919, 1921. — 1 Folder
A note from Stewart Paton reads that William MacLake was an assistant of Stewart Paton's while working at the U.S. Aviation Field. Correspondence concerns work at the Medical Research Laboratory at Hazelhurst Field and the Marion National Sanatorium, as well as family matters.

[Folder] Mall, Franklin Paine. — 1905, 1913. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton publications.

[Folder] Malloch, Archibald. — 1935. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Markman, Harvey C.. — 1928. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Marquand, Eleanor (Cross). — 1936. — 1 Folder
Letter of appreciation to Stewart Paton and Richard Townley Paton for their assistance in her search for information on medical history and plant symbolism.

[Folder] Marsh, Edward C.. — 1921. — 1 Folder
Harper Brothers publishers, regarding the possiblity of publication of a book by Stewart Paton.

[Folder] Marshall, Lloyd. — 1921. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "The Psychology of the Radical."

[Folder] Mayer, Alfred Goldsborough. — 1912-1913. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns Princeton University politics surrounding the Presidency of John Grier Hibben and Edwin Grant Conklin, a Carnegie Institute expedition to Africa, and notes on colleges and universities.

[Folder] Mayo, George Elton. — 1923. — 1 Folder

[Folder] McClendon, Jesse Francis. — 1917, Undated. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns the Army, lab measurements, shell shock, and work at the Univeristy of Minnesota Department of Physiology.

[Folder] McCosh, Isabella (Guthrie). — Undated. — 1 Folder
Princeton University invitation to dinner and tea.

[Folder] McMahon, Fulton. — 1912. — 1 Folder

[Folder] McReynolds, James Clark. — Unknown. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Meeker, Royal. — 1912. — 1 Folder
Regarding a presentation on education by Stewart Paton.

[Folder] Mellus, Edward Lindon. — 1915. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Meltzer, Samuel James. — 1914. — 1 Folder
Regarding anesthesia on guinea-pigs and guinea-pig embryos.

[Folder] Melville, Norbert J.. — 1917. — 1 Folder
United States Army Camp Dix. Correspondence concerns a series of questions on soldiers' psychology and men suffering from shell shock.

[Folder] Merriam, John Campbell. — 1921, 1935-1936. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "Human Behavior" and "Civilization's Chief Menace."

[Folder] Meyer, Adolf. — 1905-1906, 1908-1909, 1917, 1920-1921, 1928, 1933, 1935-1938. — 1 Folder
Correspondence concerns criticism of William Phillip Spratling's book on epilepsy, discussion of Lewellys Franklin Barker, a “Callison,” Charles Macfie Campbell, John Dewey, Frederick Parker Gay, Frank Johnson Goodnow, George Ellery Hale, August Hoch, Ludwig Kast, Alfred Goldsborough Mayer, John Campbell Merriam, J. W. Moore, Hideyo Noguchi, William Osler, Henry Phipps, Jr. and the Phipps Clinic, Curt Richter, Esther Richards, William Halse Rivers, Thomas William Salmon, Elmer Ernest Southard, Edward Lee Thorndike, John Broadus Watson, William Henry Welch, John Whitridge Williams, Robert Mearns Yerkes, Johns Hopkins, psychiatry versus psychology in the Army, "shell-shock" and the formation of a “shell shock” commission, the National Research Council, the Fund of Psychiatry, works by Stewart Paton, Adolf Meyer’s travels, and family matters.

[Folder] Michaud, Regis. — 1915. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Minkowski, Eugène. — 1927-1928. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Minkowski, Mieczyslaw. — 1927. — 1 Folder
Includes a telegram from Winternitz.

[Folder] Mitchell, John Kearsley. — 1905. — 1 Folder
Regarding Stewart Paton's "Psychiatry."

[Folder] Mitchell, S. Weir. — 1900-1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Moore, Harry H.. — 1937. — 1 folder

[Folder] Moore, Merriel. — 1935. — 1 folder

[Folder] Mott, Frederick Walker. — 1925. — 1 Folder
Invitation to Royal College of Physicians Fellows dinner in honor of Mott.

[Folder] Munsterberg, Hugo. — 1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Myers, Charles. — 1926. — 1 folder
Charles Myers was Professor of Psychology at Cambridge

[Folder] National Research Council. — 1919. — 1 Folder
Materials include information on the organization of the National Research Council from Raymond Garrison Hussey, as well as a letter to Franklin Martin about the appointment of William A. White to the General Medical Board.

[Folder] National Research Council. — 1917. — 1 folder
Regarding the Psychiatric Committee

[Folder] New York Academy of Medicine. — July 8, 1918

[Folder] New York Police Department. — 1934. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Newcomb, H.T.. — 1924. — 1 folder

[Folder] Nichol, H. E.. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Normal Child Development Clinic. — 1932-1933. — 1 Folder
Includes a status report seeking financial contributors written by Myrtle Byram McGraw.

[Folder] Noyes, Marcia C. . — 1937. — 1 folder
Regarding books in the library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty ofthe State of Maryland

[Folder] Ogden, Charles K.. — 1926. — 1 folder

[Folder] Olschki, Leo S.. — 1906-1907. — 1 folder

[Folder] Olsen, Harry. — 1915. — 1 folder
Regarding the establishment of a psychopathic laboratory at the Municipal Court of Chicago

[Folder] Orchard, Morris G.. — 1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Osborn, Henry Fairfield. — 1905, 1921. — 1 folder
American Museum of Natural History

[Folder] Osler, William. — 1905-1917. — 1 folder

[Folder] Owen, William Otwell. — 1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Park, Edwards A.. — 1934-1942. — 1 folder
Correspondence includes reference to Leo Kanner, as well as a condolence letter upon Stewart Paton's death.

[Folder] Paton, "Girls". — 1894-1895. — 1 folder
Letters from Stewart Paton to female Paton family members, "Dear Girls".

[Folder] Paton, David (1854-1925). — 1904-1906, 1922. — 2 folders
Correspondence dated 1904-1906 is from Stewart to his brother David. Correspondence dated 1922 is from David to Stewart and his wife Margaret.

[Folder] Paton, David (1930- ). — 1941. — 1 folder
letter addressed to Grammy and Papsy.

[Folder] Paton, Helen (Meserve). — 1930. — 1 folder
postcard from Stewart Paton

[Folder] Paton, Hubert A.. — 1936. — 1 folder
Regarding Paton family geneaology

[Folder] Paton, Richard Townley. — 1930-1941. — 1 folder
letters from Townley Paton to his parents.

[Folder] Paton, Rowena S.. — 1935. — 1 folder

[Folder] Paton, William (1818-1890). — undated. — 1 folder
letters from Stewart Paton to his father William Paton

[Folder] Paton, William Agnew (1848-1919). — 1885-1903. — 1 folder
letters from William Agnew Paton to his brother Stewart.

[Folder] Paton, William Agnew (1897-1972). — 1916. — 1 folder
letters from William Agnew Paton to his father Stewart.

[Folder] Patrick, Hugh Talbot. — 1921. — 1 folder

[Folder] Peabody, Endicott. — 1928. — 1 folder
Invitation to speak at the Groton School

[Folder] Peabody, Francis Greenwood. — 1912. — 1 folder

[Folder] Peach, Henry Goddard. — 1928. — 1 folder

[Folder] Pearce, Richard Mills. — 1908,1911. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Pearl, Raymond. — 1927. — 1 folder

[Folder] Pearse, Innes H.. — 1931. — 1 folder
Pioneer Health Center

[Folder] Perret, Frank A.. — 1909. — 1 folder

[Folder] Philip, Robert William. — 1925-1927, 1931, 1933, 1936, 1938. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Pierce, Claude Connor. — 1921-1922. — 1 folder
Assistant Surgeon General

[Folder] Pierce, Harold F.. — 1919. — 1 folder

[Folder] Pike, F.H.. — July 23, 1918

[Folder] Pope, George A.. — 1900. — 1 folder
Trustee of the Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Hospital

[Folder] Potter, Howard. — 1936. — 1 folder

[Folder] Potts, Frank Armitage. — 1919, 1926-1927. — 1 folder
1 letter addressed to Alfred Goldsborough Mayer, referencing Stewart Paton and 2 envelopes addessed to Paton.

[Folder] Powell, Paulus Prince. — 1935. — 1 folder
Powell was married to Paton's daughter Frances. Letters were written to Stewart Paton while Powell was serving on the USS Peary off of China.

[Folder] Princeton University Library. — 1921. — 1 Folder
James Thayer Gerould.

[Folder] Pritchett, Henry Smith. — 1921-1936. — 1 folder

[Folder] Putnam, James Jackson. — 1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Pyne, Moses Taylor. — 1915. — 1 folder

[Folder] R - unidentified correspondent L.R.. — 1936
Includes clipping letter to the Editor of the New York Herald Tribune by Stewrt Paton, April 10, 1936.

[Folder] Randall, Blanchard. — circa 1906. — 1 folder
Includes notes by Stewart Paton outlining a plan for the endowment of a Psychiatric Clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a letter from Johns Hopkins trustee Blanchard Randall.

[Folder] Raymond & Whitcomb Company. — 1927. — 1 folder
regarding travel.

[Folder] Riddle, Oscar. — 1911. — 1 folder

[Folder] Riley, Henry Alsop. — 1933. — 1 folder
regarding Paton's election as First Vice President of the American Neurological Association.

[Folder] Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Rogers, Anne C.. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Rogers, Robert William. — 1926. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Rolleston, Humphry. — 1927. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Roosevelt, Ethel Carrow. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Root, Elihu. — 1918-1935. — 1 folder

[Folder] Rose, Wickliffe. — 1928. — 1 folder

[Folder] Ryan, A. H.. — August 28, 1918

[Folder] Sachs, B.. — 1929. — 1 folder

[Folder] Sagar, Isvara Chandra Vidya. — 1923. — 1 Folder
Includes an invitation to Sagar's memorial service.

[Folder] Salmon, Thomas William. — 1917-1920. — 1 folder
Includes a letter of introduction for Paton from Salmon to Franklin Chase Hoyt.

[Folder] Sands, Henry B. . — 1887. — 1 Folder

[Folder] Sandy, William C.. — 1918. — 1 folder
War Department, Office of the Surgeon General

[Folder] Saunders, Marion. — undated. — 1 folder
brief thank you note

[Folder] Sayce, A.H.. — 1925. — 1 folder

[Folder] Scriven, George Percival. — circa 1911-1918. — 1 Folder
letter from Stewart Paton to the Chief Signal Officer regarding Special Neurological and Psychiatric Examinations.

[Folder] Sloane, William Milligan. — 1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Smith, Frank Robert. — 1902, 1935-1936. — 1 folder

[Folder] Smith, Geoffrey. — 1915 - 1916. — 1 Folder
Includes an obituary for Smith

[Folder] Smith, Leonard Eaton. — 1933, 1940. — 1 folder

[Folder] Sorokine, Pitrim A.. — 1924. — 1 folder

[Folder] Southard, Elmer Ernest. — 1917-1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Spiller, William G.. — 1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Stewart, Mrs. David. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Stokes, Anson Phelps. — 1914. — 1 Folder
Includes copies of letters from Harvey Cushing, Henry Pritchett, and Abraham Flexner in support of the medical school at Yale University.

[Folder] Stowell, G.L.. — 1917. — 1 folder

[Folder] Streeter, George L.. — 1939. — 1 folder
Regarding the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Embryology

[Folder] Taussig, Frank William. — 1912. — 1 folder

[Folder] Thayer, William R. . — 1909. — 1 folder
Harvard historian of Italian history.

[Folder] Thilly, Frank. — 1911. — 1 folder
International Journal of Ethics

[Folder] Thomas, Augustus. — 1921. — 1 folder

[Folder] Thomas, H. M.. — 1904. — 1 folder
Folder consists of a partial letter from H. M Thomas. Aditional pages are missing. Letter includes news of friends from Johns Hopkins, including Osler, Cushing, Singwald, and Trudeau,

[Folder] Thomas, J. G.. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Thompson, Lloyd J.. — 1928. — 1 folder

[Folder] Thorne, Robert to Frederick Peterson. — 1923. — 1 folder
Letter grants Frederick Peterson a leave of absence as Director of the Classificiation Clinic and appoints Stewart Paton as Acting Director.

[Folder] Tilney, Frederick. — 1918. — 1 folder
Letter from Paton to Tilney.

[Folder] Tschermak Edler von Seysenegg, Armin. — 1909. — 1 folder

[Folder] Turner, William Aldren. — 1905. — 1 folder

[Folder] Unidentified correspondent . — October 1, 1936
Stationary is La Striscia, Montaione (Firenze)

[Folder] Unidentified correspondence. — undated. — 1 folder
partial letters. One letter includes an obituary for Allen O. Whipple

[Folder] Unidentified correspondence, R and T o E and H. — March 14, 1938. — 1 folder

[Folder] Unidentified envelopes. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. — 1918. — 1 Folder
Materials concern a Jury Summons for Stewart Paton.

[Folder] Van Wart, Roy M.. — 1917. — 1 folder
Correspondence regarding the need for a commission to study shell shock.

[Folder] Vaughan, Victor. — 1917. — 1 folder
Correspondence regarding the need for a commission to study shell shock.

[Folder] Vezin, Cornelius D.. — 1926. — 1 folder

[Folder] Vincent, George E.. — 1924. — 1 folder
President of the Rockefeller Foundation.

[Folder] Virchow, Hans. — 1930-1931. — 1 folder

[Folder] Walcott, Charles. — 1918, 1921. — 1 folder
Smithsonian Institute

[Folder] Walcott, F.C.. — 1936. — 1 folder
Office of the Commissioner of Welfare, State of Connecticut

[Folder] Walker, Williston. — 1912. — 1 folder

[Folder] Walsh, James J.. — 1921. — 1 folder

[Folder] Watkins, Irvine Cabell. — 1928. — 1 folder

[Folder] Watson, John Broadus. — 1917. — 1 folder
Includes notes by Watson, "Some Suggestions on the Study of Shell Shock"

[Folder] Wechsler, Israel S. . — 1935. — 1 folder
New York Neurological Society

[Folder] Weeks, Arland D. . — 1925. — 1 folder

[Folder] Weisenburg, T.N.. — 1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Welch, William Henry. — 1898-1933. — 1 folder

[Folder] Whitaker, Ryland J.. — 1926. — 1 folder

[Folder] White, Gaylord S.. — 1928. — 1 folder
Union Theological Seminary

[Folder] White, Henry. — 1917-1918. — 1 folder
Letter from May 12, 1917 discusses Thomas Salmon's trip France and England to study nervous diseases among the troops.

[Folder] White, Richard Janney. — 1906. — 1 folder
Correspondence regarding the prospect of Stewart Paton succeeding Henry Hurd as Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins.

[Folder] White, W.A.. — 1920. — 1 folder
W. A. White was editor of the Emporia Gazette in Kansas. Folder also includes a copy of a letter from Floyd Lucas to White regarding admission practices for colored students at College of Emporia.

[Folder] White, William Alanson. — 1917. — 1 folder
Correspondence regarding the need for a commission to study shell shock.

[Folder] Williams, Edward Huntington. — 1914. — 1 folder

[Folder] Williams, Frankwood Earl. — 1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Wilmer, Skipwith. — 1900. — 1 folder

[Folder] Wilmer, William Holland. — 1918. — 1 folder

[Folder] Wilson, Woodrow. — 1910-1915. — 1 folder

[Folder] Winternitz, Milton Charles. — 1926-1931. — 1 folder
Correspondence regarding Paton's appointment as Consultant in Mental Hygiene and Lecturer in Psychiatry at Yale University.

[Folder] Woman's Committee of Council of National Defense, New Jersey Division. — undated. — 1 folder

[Folder] Woodlock, Thomas F.. — 1920-1936. — 1 folder

[Folder] Woods, Arthur. — 1927-1928. — 1 folder

[Folder] Woods, Hiriam. — 1911. — 1 folder

[Folder] Woodward, Robert Simpson. — 1911-1921. — 1 folder

[Folder] Wyman, Watson H.. — 1914-1916. — 1 folder
Correspondence from Trapper Lodge in Big Horn County Wyoming regarding Paton's son William.

[Folder] Yale Medical School: Its Present Condition and Needs. — October 15, 1913. — 1 folder
Brochure marked confidential. Also includes typed manuscript describing fundraising needs from the Committee on Medical School Development.

[Folder] Yale University, Department of Mental Hygeine and Psychiatry. — 1929. — 1 Folder
Stewart Paton and his recent retirement is mentioned frequently throughout this informal report of activites at the Department of Mental Hygeine and Psychiatry at Yale University.

[Folder] Yale University, Department of Health. — 1926
Examination Papers, Student Physical and Scholastic History, blank forms.

[Folder] Yale University, Institute of Human Relations. — 1934. — 1 Folder
Harald H. Lund, regarding the Institute of Human Relations and the admission of students at Yale University.

[Folder] Yerkes, Robert Mearns. — 1917-1921. — 1 folder
National Research Council, Chairman of the Psychological Committee

[Folder] Zachary, Greer. — 1928. — 1 folder