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Howard Center for the Family, Religion, and Society Records (Rockford)

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General Administrative Records

Ingersoll Prize Records

Publications

Conferences

Public Relations

Center on Religion and Society Records

John Howard Papers

Allan Carlson Papers

Michael Warder Papers

Addendum 1

Addendum 2

Addendum 3

Addendum 4

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Collection Overview

Title: Howard Center for the Family, Religion, and Society Records (Rockford), 1911+

ID: RHC/RC/238

Extent: 143.25 Linear Feet

Arrangement: The collection is divided into nine series: General Administrative Records, Ingersoll Prize Records, Publications, Conferences, Public Relations Records, The Center on Religion and Society Records, John Howard Papers, Allan Carlson Papers, and Michael Warder Papers.

Date Acquired: 04/13/1999. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Carlson, Allan, Center on Religion and Family, Center on the Family in America, Education, Higher., Federal aid to higher education., Howard, John, Howard Center for the Family, Religion and Society, Ingersoll Prizes, National Commission on Children and Disasters (U.S.), Rockford (Ill.), Rockford College, Rockford College Institute, Rockford Institute, United States--Politics and government, Warder, Michael

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society records date from 1956 to present and are divided into nine series: General Administrative Records, Ingersoll Prize Records, Publications, Conferences, Public Relations Records, The Center on Religion and Society Records, John Howard Papers, Allan Carlson Papers, and Michael Warder Papers.  A majority of the records document the history of The Rockford Institute rather than The Howard Center.

The General Administrative Records series includes information on the creation of The Rockford Institute, Board and Executive Committee meeting minutes, annual reports, financial statements, and fifth and tenth anniversary files.

Series II, Ingersoll Prize Records, consists of objectives and purpose statements, press packets and newspaper clippings, correspondence, programs, biographies and publications, and other information pertaining to the prize winners.

The Publication series contains the publications of The Rockford Institute including:  The Chronicles of Culture, The Family in America, Main Street Memorandum, Persuasion at Work,  The Religion and Society Report, The Encounter Series, and This World.  Also included are general articles on The Rockford Institute and publications by The Rockford Institute staff members: Harold O.J. Brown, Christopher Check, Bryce Christensen, Thomas Fleming, Leopold Tyrmand, Richard John Neuhaus, and Theodore Pappas.

Series IV includes information on conferences sponsored by The Rockford Institute.  This information includes conference development, arrangements, participants lists, correspondence, and presenter’s papers.

The fifth series consists of files from the Public Relations Office.  The files, arranged alphabetically, include records kept by Katie Pauley, Matthew Kaufman, and Carole Lax with the majority from Pauley.  Included in this series are meeting and conference, correspondence, and publication files.

Series VI contains records generated by The Center on Religion and Society.  A majority of the files consist of conference and consultation information containing correspondence, presenter’s papers and lectures.  An addendum was added to this series at a later date and includes two subseries: Paul Stallsworth Files and This World Files.

The John Howard Papers series is divided into four subseries: Personal and Business Records, Publications and Speeches, Correspondence, and Radical Left Research Material.  The Personal and Business subseries consists of two Rockford College histories, correspondence and memorandums from Rockford College while the Institute was still located on the campus, folders on Howard’s 10th anniversary celebration and Horatio Alger Awards, and information on organizations involved with and conferences attended by Howard.  Subseries B and C include publications, speeches, and correspondence created by John Howard.  The last subseries, Radical Left Research Material, consists of information collected by Howard.  The material documents his interest in countering the counter culture which rose to prominence in America in the sixties.  The subseries contains The Berkeley Barb, The Guardian, and In These Times publications.  Additional material will be added at a later date.

The addendum transferred from the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming includes John Howard papers consisting of his publications, correspondence, and subject files.  Arranged alphabetically, the majority of the material pertains to his research into Federal Aid in Higher Education.  The subject files contain addresses, essays, lectures, correspondence, financial records, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, notes, pamphlets, periodicals, and photographs.  The pamphlets include booklets, brochures, fact sheets, and leaflets.

The Allan Carlson Papers series is divided into five subseries: Business Records, Fundraising, Publications and Speeches, Conferences and Meetings, and Correspondence.  The Business Records subseries includes annual report and publishing information.  Subseries B, Fundraising, includes files pertaining to Carlson’s involvement with donors.  The last three subseries contain publications, speeches, conferences,  meetings, and correspondence created by Allan Carlson.  Included in the Correspondence subseries are folders containing letters written from and to other staff members.  An addendum was added to this series at a later date and includes another subseries, National Commission on Children.

The Michael Warder Papers series is divided into four subseries: Business Records, Fundraising, Publications and Speeches, and Correspondence.  The Business Records subseries is arranged alphabetically and includes material that Warder used while working for The Rockford Institute.  This subseries includes correspondence, annual reports, and information on board meetings, management retreats, and lectures.  The fundraising subseries consists of files pertaining to Warder’s involvement with donors.  The last two subseries consist of publications, speeches, and correspondence created by Michael Warder.  Contained in the Correspondence subseries are letters, memorandums, and faxes written by and to Warder.  Also included in the correspondence subseries are folders containing letters written from and to other staff members

Collection Historical Note

The Rockford Institute, a conservative think tank located in Rockford, Illinois, was founded in June 1976 by John A. Howard then President of Rockford College.  It was established to promote the cultural values and beliefs which encourage responsible citizenship and freedom.  The Institute was located on Rockford College’s campus under the name of The Rockford College Institute with Howard becoming full time Director in July 1977. 

In August 1976, Leopold Tyrmand was hired as the Associate Director and the first full time employee.  Together with Howard, Tyrmand published the Chronicles of Culture, The Rockford Papers, and Persuasion at Work and hosted several conferences.  The first conference, held in September 1977 and entitled “Capitalism and Culture,” attempted to bring positive changes in American society and provide an educational forum in which key issues could be debated through scholarly discourse.  In June 1978, a second conference, “Corporate Responsibility,” considered various militant demands which most companies did not know how to handle.  In June 1979, the Institute hosted a third conference entitled “The Family: America’s Hope.”  This conference  focused upon the concerns of the American family. 

In February 1980, The Rockford College Institute received its charter from the State of Illinois.  Now independent of Rockford College, the name was changed to The Rockford Institute and moved off campus to 928 North Main Street.  The first Board of Directors was established in September 1980 and included Robert Krieble, Ed Meyer, Clyde Sluhan, Fred Wacker, John Howard with Clayton Gaylord as chair.  Allan Carlson joined the staff in July 1981 as Executive Vice President.

The Rockford Institute became internationally known with its conference in Frankfurt, Germany entitled, “For Your Freedom and Ours” held on November 18-20, 1982.  In 1983, The Ingersoll Milling Machine Company of Rockford, arranged, under a management contract, to have The Rockford Institute conduct the work of its corporate foundation.  John Howard became President of the Ingersoll Foundation.  The Foundation Directors approved Leopold Tyrmand’s proposal to present annual prizes to scholars and authors whose works reflect “... the creative articulation of permanent values–truth, faith, integrity, reason, conscience, tradition–rendered with merit in works of art or intellect.”  Tyrmand was named Executive Secretary of The Ingersoll Awards.  Two awards, The T.S. Eliot Award for creative writing and the Richard M. Weaver Award for scholarly letters were presented annually beginning in 1983.

The Rockford Institute created The Center on Religion and Society under the directorship of  Reverend John Richard Neuhaus in January 1984.  The Center on Religion and Society was established to encourage the reestablishment of religiously grounded values as the basis for private and public decision making.  Headquartered in New York, the Center hosted “The Erasmus Lectures,” and published The Religion and Society Report.  The Center also mounted a series of conferences, the speeches presented at them being published by Eerdmans, in a number of books entitled “The Encounter Series.”

In 1984 Thomas Fleming joined the staff.  He became the editor of  the Chronicles of Culture in 1985 after the death of Leopold Tyramand, and soon changed the periodical’s name to Chronicles.  Michael Warder joined the staff in 1985 as Director of Public Affairs later becoming Executive Vice President.  Howard retired as president August 1, 1986, and became counselor to The Rockford Institute and continued as President of the Ingersoll Foundation.  Allan Carlson became President of The Rockford Institute while Norman McClelland succeeded Clayton Gaylord as chairman of the Board Directors of The Rockford Institute. 

The Center on the Family in America was established under the temporary directorship of Allan Carlson.  The Center on the Family in America sought to continue the scholarly work of The Rockford Institute in providing research supporting the family unit within American society.  A conflict between Neuhaus and The Rockford Institute resulted in the releasing of Neuhaus as the director of The Center on Religion and Society in 1989.  The office moved to  Deerfield, Illinois, under the directorship of Harold O.J. Brown. 

The Rockford Institute split for philosophical and practical reasons in 1997.  In October of that year, the Board of Directors of The Rockford Institute unanimously voted to divide The Institute into two separate corporate entities, creating a new one, The Howard Center on Family, Religion and Society.  Thomas Fleming became President of The Rockford Institute and continued to publish the Chronicles and administer the Ingersoll Prizes.  Carlson, former president of the Rockford Institute, became the President of The Howard Center on Family, Religion, and Society.  The Center, named for the founder of The Rockford Institute John Howard, “endeavors to reinforce the family as the first and irreplaceable social unit, to renew the religious foundations of virtue and liberty and to restore the education of the young in the duties and responsibilities incumbent on free men and women.” The Howard Center incorporated The Center on Religion and Society directed by Harold O.J. Brown and took over the publication of both The Religion and Society Report and The Family in America.  The World Congress of Families, inaugurated in 1997, also became a Center project.  Int 1998, Dr. Robert Preston, President of Belmont Abey College in North Carolina, was named the successor to Tom Fleming as Executive Secretary of the Ingersoll Prizes and in 1999, a decision was made to increase the Prize Honorarium to $25,000 and discontinue the T.S. Eliot Prize for scholarly letters.  John Howard continues as President of The Ingersoll Foundation.  Norman McClelland served as president of both Boards of Directors for one year to ease the transition.

The Rockford    Institute continues to be housed at 928 N. Main Street and The Howard Center on Family, Religion and Society is next door at 934 N. Main Street.

Subject/Index Terms

Carlson, Allan
Center on Religion and Family
Center on the Family in America
Education, Higher.
Federal aid to higher education.
Howard, John
Howard Center for the Family, Religion and Society
Ingersoll Prizes
National Commission on Children and Disasters (U.S.)
Rockford (Ill.)
Rockford College
Rockford College Institute
Rockford Institute
United States--Politics and government
Warder, Michael

Administrative Information

Repository: Northern Illinois University

Accruals: Additional records were added at later dates.  An addendum to the collection of Howard Papers was transferred from the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming in January 2001.

Access Restrictions: There are no restrictions on access to the collection.

Use Restrictions: Property rights in the collection belong to the Regional History Center; literary rights are dedicated to the public.

Acquisition Source: John Howard and Allan Carlson

Acquisition Method: John Howard and Allan Carlson, acting as agents for the Board of Directors of The Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society, donated The Howard Center’s records to the Northern Illinois Regional History Center on April 13, 1999. Additional records were added at later dates.  An addendum to the collection of Howard Papers was transferred from the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming in January 2001.


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series I.: General Administrative Records],
[Series II.: Ingersoll Prize Records],
[Series III.: Publications],
[Series IV.: Conferences],
[Series V.: Public Relations],
[Series VI.: Center on Religion and Society Records],
[Series VII.: John Howard Papers],
[Series VIII.: Allan Carlson Papers],
[Series IX.: Michael Warder Papers],
[Addendum 1],
[Addendum 2],
[Addendum 3],
[Addendum 4],
[Addendum 5],
[Addendum 6],
[Addendum 7],
[All]

Series III.: Publications
Box 7
Folder 1: The Chronicles of Culture, no date
Folder 2: The Chronicles of Culture: "Books and the Youthful Mind,", September-October 1981
Folder 3: The Chronicles of Culture : "History and Life,", July-August 1982
Folder 4: The Chronicles of Culture : Promotion, 1984
Folder 5: The Chronicles of Culture : Letters, December 1983-January 1986
Folder 6: The Family in America, Indices, March 1987-June 1992, New Research, March 1987-December 1994
Folder 7: The Family in America, New Research, Digital Archive, March 1987-July 1996
Folder 8-11: The Family in America, New Research, March 1987-December 1994
Box 8
Folder 1-2: The Family in America, New Research, January 1995-July 1999
Folder 3: Main Street Memorandum, February 1981-October 1985
Folder 4: Main Street Memorandum, Summer 1982-December 1986
Folder 5: Main Street Memorandum, Fall 1982
Box 9
Folder 1: Main Street Memorandum, Spring 1983
Folder 2: Main Street Memorandum, Summer 1983
Folder 3-4: Main Street Memorandum, Winter 1983
Folder 5: Main Street Memorandum, January 1984-April 1984
Folder 6-7: Main Street Memorandum, Spring 1984
Folder 8: Main Street Memorandum: Local Press/Speeches, John Howard, June 1984-September 1984
Folder 9: Main Street Memorandum: Richard John Neuhaus, June 1984-November 1984
Folder 10: Main Street Memorandum: Allan Carlson, July 1984-December 1984
Folder 11: Main Street Memorandum: Wisconsin State Journal Article, August 1984
Folder 12: Main Street Memorandum: Miscellaneous, Editorials, Chronicles of Culture , August 1984-September 1984
Folder 13: Main Street Memorandum: Fall 1984, Fall 1984
Folder 14: Main Street Memorandum: Winter 1984, Winter 1984
Folder 15: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, February 1985
Folder 16: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, September 1985
Folder 17: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, November 1985
Folder 18: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, April 1986
Folder 19: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, October 1986
Folder 20: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, December 1986
Folder 21: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, February 1987
Folder 22: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, April 1987
Folder 23: Main Street Memorandum: Citations, June 1987
Folder 24: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, September 1985
Folder 25: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, November 1985
Folder 26: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, February 1986
Folder 27: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, June 1986
Folder 28: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, August 1986
Folder 29: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, October 1986
Box 10
Folder 1: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, December 1986
Folder 2: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, April 1987
Folder 3: Main Street Memorandum: Published Elsewhere, June 1987
Folder 4: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, February 1985
Folder 5: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, September 1985
Folder 6: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, November 1985
Folder 7: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, April 1986
Folder 8: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, June 1986
Folder 9: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, August 1986
Folder 10: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, October 1986
Folder 11: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, December 1986
Folder 12: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, February 1987
Folder 13: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, April 1987
Folder 14: Main Street Memorandum: News and Speeches, June 1987
Folder 15: Main Street Memorandum: General, Spring 1985
Folder 16: Main Street Memorandum: General, November 1985
Folder 17: Main Street Memorandum: General, January-April 1986
Folder 18: Main Street Memorandum: General, February 1986
Folder 19: Main Street Memorandum: General, March-April 1986
Folder 20: Main Street Memorandum: General, August 1986
Folder 21: Main Street Memorandum: General, December 1986
Folder 22: Main Street Memorandum: General, February 1987
Folder 23: Main Street Memorandum: General, April 1987
Folder 24: Main Street Memorandum: General, June 1987
Folder 25: Main Street Memorandum: General, August 1987
Folder 26: Main Street Memorandum: Persuasion at Work, March 1978-December 1981
Box 11
Folder 1-2: Persuasion at Work, January 1982-February 1987
Folder 3-4: Persuasion at Work: Volume I, Number 1,  Sources, Correspondence, March 1978
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: Volume I, Number 3, Sources, June 1978
Folder 6-7: Persuasion at Work: Volume I, Number 4, Sources, July 1978
Folder 8: Persuasion at Work: Volume I, Number 5, Sources, August 1978
Box 12
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Volume I, Number 8, Sources, October 1978
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 1, January 1979
Folder 3: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 2, February 1979
Folder 4: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 3, March 1979
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 4, April 1979
Folder 6: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 5, May 1979
Folder 7-8: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 6, June 1979
Folder 9: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 8, August 1979
Folder 10: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 9, September 1979
Folder 11: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 11, November 1979
Folder 12: Persuasion at Work: Volume II, Number 12, December 1979
Folder 13: Persuasion at Work: Volume III, Number 2, February 1980
Folder 14: Persuasion at Work: Volume III, Number 6, Sources, Christianity and Capitalism, June 1980
Folder 15: Persuasion at Work: Volume III, Number 7, Sources, Toffler's The Third Wave, July 1980
Folder 16: Persuasion at Work: Volume III, Number 8, Sources, Mother Jones, August 1980
Folder 17: Persuasion at Work: Volume III, Number 11, Sources, How Good is the Good News, November 1980
Folder 18: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 4, Sources, Mobilization for Survival, April 1981
Folder 19: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 5, Sources, Common Cause Versus PACs, May 1981
Box 13
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 6, Culture Nonconformity, Defiance, and Crime, June 1981
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 7, Sources, Socialism and Self-Interest, July 1981
Folder 3: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 9, Sources, Radical Evangelicals and the Anticapitalist Crusade, September 1981
Folder 4: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 10, Canada Sources, Octobr 1981
Folder 5-6: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 11, Sources, The Economic Democracy Scam, November 1981
Folder 7: Persuasion at Work: Volume IV, Number 12, Sources, Big Oil and the Resurgent Left, December 1981
Folder 8: Persuasion at Work: Schooling for Anarchy or Productivity, January 1982
Folder 9-10: Persuasion at Work: Volume V, Number 2, Sources, Secular Humanism, February 1982
Folder 11-12: Persuasion at Work: Volume V, Number 3, Sources, Capitalism and the Struggle for Religious Truth, March 1982
Folder 13-14: Persuasion at Work: Volume V, Number 4, Sources, Morality, Radiation and the Bomb, April 1982
Folder 15: Persuasion at Work: Corporate Social Responsibility, May 1982
Folder 16-17: Persuasion at Work: Volume V, Number 6, Sources, Alternative Vision for Corporate Involvement, June 1982
Folder 18: Persuasion at Work: Family, Capitalist Ethos and the New Ruling Class, July 1982
Folder 19-20: Persuasion at Work: Volume V, Number 8, Sources, Women and the Corporation, August 1982
Folder 21: Persuasion at Work: High Technology and Traditional Values, September 1982
Folder 22: Persuasion at Work: Galvanizing the Social Left: A Look at In These Times, October 1982
Folder 23: Persuasion at Work: "Greenshirts," Environmental Fantasies and the New German Crisis, Nov-82
Folder 24: Persuasion at Work: Perspectives on the Economic Quagmire, December 1982
Folder 25-26: Persuasion at Work: Volume VI, Number 1, Sources, Perspectives on the Economic Quagmire II, Jan-83
Folder 27: Persuasion at Work: A Review: Megatrends, February 1983
Folder 28: Persuasion at Work: The Church, The State and the Schools, March 1983
Box 14
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Peace to the People! Power to the Soviets!, April 1983
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: The Floundering Free Society, May 1983
Folder 3-4: Persuasion at Work: Volume VI, Number 6, Sources, TV, The Movies, and the Left, Jun-83
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: Industrial Policy' or Creeping Collectivism?, July 1983
Folder 6: Persuasion at Work: Martin Luther King, Junior, August 1983
Folder 7-8: Persuasion at Work: Volume VI, Number 9, Sources, Bioengineering, Septmeber  1983
Folder 9: Persuasion at Work: Family Breakdown, October 1983
Folder 10-11: Persuasion at Work: Volume VI, Number 11, Sources, TV's Hiroshima of the American Soul, Nov-83
Folder 12-14: Persuasion at Work: Volume VI, Number 12, Sources, The Rotting Core of the American Experiment, Dec-83
Folder 15-16: Persuasion at Work: Volume VII, Number 1, Sources and Material, The Trimtab Factor, Jan-84
Folder 17-18: Persuasion at Work: Environmentalism at the Crossroads-Part I, February  1984
Box 15
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Environmentalism at the Crossroads-Part II, Sources, Mar-84
Folder 2-3: Persuasion at Work: Old Collectivist Wine in New Religious Bottles, April  1984
Folder 4: Persuasion at Work: Housing Industry as Target, May 1984
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: PACs on the Firing Line, June 1984
Folder 6-7: Persuasion at Work: On "Discrimination," August 1984
Folder 8-9: Persuasion at Work: "Green" Alternative and the Deathwatch for Industrial Society, Sep-84
Folder 10-12: Persuasion at Work: Whatever Happened to the Counterculture?, October 1984
Box 16
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Whatever Happened to the Counterculture?, November 1984
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: Behind "The New Patriotism," December 1984
Folder 3-5: Persuasion at Work: Speech/March, Decline and Fall of Mom and Apple Pie, Jan-85
Folder 6-7: Persuasion at Work: Poverty and Ideology, February  1985
Folder 8: Persuasion at Work: Calculating the Malthusian Budget Deficit, March 1985
Folder 9: Should America Save Its Peasant Class?, April 1985
Folder 10: Pregnant Teenagers and Moral Civil War, May 1985
Folder 11: Persuasion at Work: Nuts, Perverts, and Capitalists, June 1985
Folder 12: Persuasion at Work: The Culture Factor, July 1985
Folder 13: Persuasion at Work: The Child-Savers Ride Again, August 1985
Folder 14: Persuasion at Work: The Time Bomb Within Social Security, September 1985
Folder 15-17: Persuasion at Work: The Great "Ageism" Scam, October 1985
Folder 18: Persuasion at Work: "Proletarization" of the American Family, November 1985
Folder 19: Persuasion at Work: The, December 1985
Folder 20: Persuasion at Work: This is How the Welfare State Grows, January 1986
Folder 21: Persuasion at Work: Documentation, Against the Wall, February 1986
Box 17
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: The Androgyny Hoax, March 1986
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: Fathers at Home, April 1986
Folder 3: Persuasion at Work: Work and Family, May 1986
Folder 4: Persuasion at Work: Moral Rot in America?, June 1986
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: The Sensual School, July 1986
Folder 6: Persuasion at Work: Families and the Ideological Corruption of Social Work, Aug-86
Folder 7: Persuasion at Work: The Family as America's, September 1986
Folder 8: Persuasion at Work: Working Mothers at Home, October 1986
Folder 9: Persuasion at Work: Children in Poverty, January  1987
Folder 10: Persuasion at Work: Survey, 1976
Folder 11: Persuasion at Work: Early Idea Entries, 1977-1978
Folder 12: Persuasion at Work: Early Development, 1977-1978
Folder 13: Persuasion at Work: Topics, September 1978-Winter/Spring 1983
Folder 14: Persuasion at Work: Possible Material, 1979-November 1981
Folder 15: Persuasion at Work: Reprints, October 1980-February 1983
Folder 16: Persuasion at Work: Comments, September 1981-May 1983
Folder 17: Persuasion at Work: Future Topics, November 1981-November 1985
Folder 18: Persuasion at Work: Possible Material, March 1982-June 1983
Folder 19: Persuasion at Work: Promotion, February 1983-August 1985
Folder 20: Persuasion at Work: Lynch Draft, July 1983
Box 18
Folder 1: Persuasion at Work: Requests, July 1983-January 1985
Folder 2: Persuasion at Work: Responses, October 1983-August 1986
Folder 3: Persuasion at Work: Count, Jan-84
Folder 4: Persuasion at Work: Reprints, Spring/Summer 1984-September 1986
Folder 5: Persuasion at Work: Subscription Solicitation, Aug-85
Folder 6: Persuasion at Work: Masthead, no date
Folder 7: Persuasion at Work: Rethinking of Publication, Minocqua Meeting, no date
Folder 8-12: The Religion and Society Report, June 1984-August 1999
Folder 13: The Rockford Papers, April 1977-January 1981
Folder 14: The Rockford Papers, Index, 1982-1983
Box 19
Folder 1: Encounter Series: Confession, Conflict, and Community, 1986
Folder 2: Encounter Series: The Bible, Politics, and Democracy, 1987
Folder 3: Encounter Series: The Preferential Option for the Poor, 1988
Folder 4: Encounter Series: American Apostasy: The Triumph of "Other" Gospels, 1989
Folder 5: Encounter Series: Law and the Ordering of our Life Together, 1989
Folder 6: Encounter Series: Theological Education and Moral Formation, 1992
Folder 7: Encounter Series: Augustine Today, 1993
Folder 8: The Alternative Media: Dismantling Two Centuries of Progress by Francis M. Watson, Junior, 1979
Folder 9: The Family America's Hope , 1979
Folder 10: Religion and Public Affairs: A Directory of Organizations and People by Phyllis Zagano, 1987
Box 20
Folder 1: The Family Wage: Work, Gender, and Children in the Modern Economy, 1988
Folder 2-5: This World: A Journal of Religion and Public Life, Winter/Spring 1982-Spring/Summer 1984
Box 21
Folder 1-5: This World: A Journal of Religion and Public Life, Fall 1984-Fall 1987
Box 22
Folder 1-3: This World: A Journal of Religion and Public Life, Winter 1988-Winter 1989
Folder 4: Rockford Institute Press Clippings, 1963-1997
Folder 5: Rockford Institute, General Articles, November 1979-December 1994
Folder 6: Christianity in Conflict: The Struggle for Christian Integrity and Freedom in Secular Cultureedited by Peter Williamson and Kevin Perrotta [Brown Chapter], 1986
Folder 7: Publications, Harold O.J. Brown, June 1991-June 1995
Folder 8: Publications, Christopher Check, February 1994-July 1995
Box 23
Folder 1: Day Care Child Psychology and Adult Economics Edited by Bryce Christensen, 1989
Folder 2: The Retreat from Marriage: Causes and Consequences Edited by Bryce J. Christensen, 1990
Folder 3: Utopia Against the Family: The Problems and Politics of the American Family by Bryce J. Christensen, 1990
Folder 4-5: Publications, Bryce Christensen, March 1983-Spring 1995
Folder 6: Publications, Thomas Fleming, 1984, Fall-Winter 1991-March 1995
Folder 7: Publications, Leopold Tyrmand, December 1957-September 1983
Folder 8: Publications, Richard John Neuhaus, 1984-March 1995
Folder 9: Publications, Theodore Pappas, 1993-June 1995

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[Series IV.: Conferences],
[Series V.: Public Relations],
[Series VI.: Center on Religion and Society Records],
[Series VII.: John Howard Papers],
[Series VIII.: Allan Carlson Papers],
[Series IX.: Michael Warder Papers],
[Addendum 1],
[Addendum 2],
[Addendum 3],
[Addendum 4],
[Addendum 5],
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