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Guide to the Juanita Morris Kreps Papers, 1921-2001 and undated

Abstract

Juanita Morris Kreps was born January 11, 1921, in Lynch (Harlan Co.), Kentucky. She was Professor of Economics at Duke University (1958-1977), where she held the James B. Duke professorship (1972-1977), also serving as Dean of the Woman's College (1969-1972) and University Vice President (1973-1977). She then was appointed U.S. Secretary of Commerce in 1977 for the Carter Administration and served for two years.

Kreps's papers span the years 1921-2001, and contain incoming and outgoing correspondence (1968-1979), many speech drafts (1967-1997), twenty photograph albums, fifteen scrapbooks, 692 color and 595 black-and-white loose photographs, and over 100 negatives. There are also briefing books, reports, notes, minutes, appointee recommendations, speech drafts, and other documents relating to Kreps's cabinet-level work. The audience for her speeches included university students as well as alumni and women's organizations; speech topics focus on education for women, the value of women's work, age and gender in economics and economic markets, and leisure and economic growth. Other correspondence documents Kreps's career positions, some more fully than others, including Secretary of Commerce; Duke University Dean of the Woman's College, especially relating to the merger of the Woman's College and Trinity College; Public Director of the New York Stock Exchange Board; and Women's Research and Education Institute Board of Directors. Photograph albums and scrapbooks detail visits to the USSR, China, and Japan and contain clippings regarding her cabinet position.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
Kreps, Juanita Morris.
Title
Juanita Morris Kreps papers 1921-2001 and undated
Language of Material
English
Extent
41.1 Linear Feet, Approximately 19,925 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

The Juanita Kreps Papers span the years 1921-2001, mainly documenting Kreps's career as an economist, academic administrator, and U.S. Secretary of Commerce for the Carter administration. The two series holding the majority of the materials, the Secretary of Commerce and Speeches Series, concern her service in the political and public spheres respectively. The Secretary of Commerce Series is arranged in the following seven subseries: Appointment Books and Calendars, Appointment and Confirmation Process, Correspondence, Notes, Subject Files, Scrapbooks, and Photographs. Photograph albums and scrapbooks detail visits to the USSR, China, and Japan and contain clippings regarding her cabinet position. There are also separate series for correspondence and appointment books that fall outside the scope of the Secretary of Commerce period. The second largest series in the collection, the Speeches Series contain drafts, frequently annotated and accompanied by other material, of Kreps's lectures, speeches, and remarks on occasions such as academic conferences, university commencements, various other university events, and corporate executive board meetings. The subjects are broadly based and reflect her interests in economics, especially in aging and older workers, women's social conditions and education, the value of women's labor, women in the corporate world, and work and leisure issues. Speeches given after her tenure as Secretary of Commerce also cover broader issues about globalization and domestic and international economic policy.

Albeit small, the Correspondence Series spans several decades and documents Kreps's exchanges with academics and scholars, the local and federal governments, and lobbyist groups. Other correspondence documents Kreps's career positions, some more fully than others, including Secretary of Commerce; Duke University Dean of the Woman's College, especially relating to the merger of the Woman's College and Trinity College; Public Director of the New York Stock Exchange Board; Women's Research and Education Institute Board of Directors; and Carter Presidential Center fundraiser. The Appointment Books and Calendars Series records Kreps's busy schedule of events and engagements, and the Publications Series holds her contributions to academic journals, government publications, and books. The Visual Material Series houses images that date from her childhood through her long career; photos taken during her cabinet position are found in the Secretary of Commerce series. Other Files Series contains materials that fall out of the above series, such as teaching materials and publicity clippings.

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Contents of the Collection

Appointment books and calendars, excluding those from Kreps's tenure as Secretary of Commerce, which are in the Secretary of Commerce Series. Calendars include daily schedules of meetings and appointments, as well as a record of her trips. Arranged in chronological order.

Appointment books, calendars, and similar items, 1973-1999
Box 1-2

Consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence that falls outside the scope of the Secretary of Commerce Series, which also has a subseries of correspondence. Arranged in chronological order except for the first folder containing her curriculum vitae. The folders with a date title contain various letters regarding intradepartmental announcements, invitations to meetings and dinners, recommendation letters, and the network of female academicians. The "Personal" folder holds letters from friends, offers for a post, and her curriculum vitae. Of particular interest are the documents related to the merger of Woman's College and Trinity College, which includes extensive opinions and expressions of support or disapproval from alumni and Kreps's responses as the Dean of the Woman's College at the time. Most correspondents in the "Carter Center" folders are incoming letters such as ones noting Kreps's support for President Carter's peace work and brochures about the Center. Material on the Women's Research and Education Institute contain incoming letters concerning board meetings and other business. Folder titles are original. Arranged in chronolgical order.

Curriculum Vitae, 1972
Box 2
1968 Aug.-Sep.
Box 2
1968 Oct.-Dec.
Box 2
1969 Jan.-Feb.
Box 2
1969 Mar.-Apr.
Box 3
Personal, 1969 Sept.-1972 Sept.
Box 3
Temperance Society, 1970 June-Sept.
Box 3
On the proposed merger of Woman's College and Trinity College of Duke University, 1971 Nov.-1972 Feb.
Box 3
Departmental issues and recommendations, 1972 Feb.-1973 Oct.
Box 3
J.C. Penney, 1972 May
Box 3
Congratulations on New York Stock Exchange Board appointment, 1972 June-Nov.
(2 folders)
Box 3
Positions and appointments declined, 1972 July-1973 Oct.
Box 3
Positions and appointments accepted or pending, 1972 Aug.
Box 3
1972 Sept.-Dec.
Box 3
1973 Jan.-Mar.
Box 3
1973 Apr.-June
(2 folders)
Box 4
1973 July-Sept.
Box 4
Duke University Retirement Policy, 1974 Feb.
Box 4
New York Stock Exchange, 1974 Mar.-1975
Box 4
Southern Economic Association, 1974 Apr.-1975 Oct.
Box 4
R.J. Reynolds financial data, 1974 Sept.-1976 Jun.
Box 4
American Assembly, Women and the American Economy, 1975 Feb.-1976 Aug.
Box 4
University of North Carolina Campus Y, 1981 Mar.
Box 4
Carter Center, 1981-2001
(1-2 of 3 folders)
Box 4
Carter Center, 1981-2001
(3 of 3 folders)
Box 5
Women's Research and Education Institute, 1981-1996
(2 folders)
Box 5
Democratic Party Advisory Panel on Growth and Opportunity, 1982
Box 5
Democratic Caucus, 1983-1988
Box 5
Clinton/Gore, 1993-1999
Box 5
Women's Research and Education Institute Information, 1999-2001
(4 folders)
Box 5
Women's Research and Education Institute Packet, 2001
Box 5

Contains Kreps's writings in the form of books, case studies, and articles published in government periodicals and academic journals. In original order as mantained by Kreps, in alphabetical order by topic.

Aging issues, 1962-1978 and undated
(1 of 4 folders)
Box 5
Aging issues, 1962-1978 and undated
(2-4 of 4 folders)
Box 6
Aging paper for Retirement Policy in an Aging Society, 1980
Box 6
Aging worker issues, 1964-1971
Box 6
A Case Study of Variable in Retirement Policy, 1961
Box 6
Economic Growth and Retirement Income (Blackburn and Kreps), undated
Box 6
Leisure and work issues, 1966-1969 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 6
Leisure Correlates of Economic Growth, undated
Box 6
Manpower and Welfare Programs (Annual Meeting, Industrial Relations Research Association), 1963
Box 6
Sex, Age, Work (New York Times), 1976
Box 6
Stationary Population and the Elderly (NSF Papers), 1975
Box 6
Reviews of Sex in the Marketplace, 1971
Box 6
The Woman Professional in Higher Education, 1972
Box 6

Consists of the following subseries: Appointment Books and Calendars, Appointment and Confirmation Process, Correspondence, Notes, Subject Files, Photographs, and Scrapbooks. Materials in this series are dated from 1976-1980, the years during which Kreps served as Secretary of Commerce. The Appointment Books and Calendar Subseries and the Appointment and Confirmation Process Subseries are both arranged chronologically, while the remaining subseries are in alphabetical order. The Correspondence Subseries is dated 1976-1979 and chiefly contains correspondences with business leaders, government officials, and leaders of various organizations. [insert names of offices, people, events, etc., anything you feel should be highlighted or that succinctly describes the nature of the correspondence.] Notes of the Secretary Subseries contains cabinet meeting notes and minutes, speech notes, talking points, and various Commerce Department memoranda sent by Kreps. Subject files include notes and correspondence, arranged by the organization name or subject. Folders titled with an organization name will either contain her remarks at an event or notes for a meeting; for example, The Automobile Industry, Pulp and Paper Industry, and Machine Tool Industry have folders that include briefing books for her meetings with these groups. Folders titled with issues generally contain notes or talking points on that issue. Of significance is her work on the reorganization of the Commerce Department. The Photographs Subseries contains includes publicity photographs, photos and photo albums from trips abroad, and portraits. The folder entitled "Secretary of Commerce Publicity photos contains photographs of Kreps on Meet the Press as well as with Congressmen, cabinet members, and President Carter.

Appointment book, 1978
(1 of 3 folders)
Box 6
Appointment book, 1978
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 7
Appointment book, 1979
Box 7
Pocket calendars, 1976-1977
Box 7
Calendar, 1978
Box 7
Guestbook, 1977-1979
Box 7
Phone Log, 1977-1979
Box 7
Biography of Juanita Kreps, 25th Secretary of Commerce, undated
Box 7
Congratulatory letters with incomplete names and addresses, 1976
Box 7
Description of the Office of Secretary of Commerce
Box 7
Friends' congratulatory letters, replies sent, 1976
Box 7
Hearings before Senate Committee on Commerce regarding Kreps's nomination, 1977 Jan. 10
Box 7
Information requested by Senate Committee on Commerce, 1977 Jan.
Box 7
Letters recommending Kreps to Cabinet positions, 1976-1977
Box 8
Kreps's opening remarks to Senate Committee on Commerce, 1977 Jan. 10
Box 8
Questions and Answers for Senate Committee on Commerce, 1977 Jan. 10
Box 8
Kreps's response to Cabinet appointment, Plains, Georgia, 1976
Box 8
Statement by Kreps before Senate Committee on Commerce, 1977 Jan. 10
Box 8
Kreps's transition notes, 1977
Box 8
A correspondences
(3 folders)
Box 8
B correspondences
(1-5 of 6 folders)
Box 8
B correspondences
(6 of 6 folders)
Box 9
C correspondences
(5 folders)
Box 9
President Carter
Box 9
D correspondences
(1-2 of 5 folders)
Box 9
D correspondences
(3-5 of 5 folders)
Box 10
E correspondences
(2 folders)
Box 10
Eizenstat, Stuart E., 1977
Box 10
F correspondences
(3 folders)
Box 10
Forlines, John
Box 10
G correspondences
(1-2 of 3 folders)
Box 10
G correspondence
(3 of 3 folders)
Box 11
H correspondence
(8 folders)
Box 11
Harman, Sidney, 1976-1978
Box 11
Hodges, Luther, Jr., 1977-1979
Box 11
Hunt, Governor James B., 1978-1979
Box 11
I correspondence
(2 folders)
Box 12
J correspondence
(4 folders)
Box 12
Jerry Jasinowski, 1978 and undated
Box 12
K correspondence
(3 folders)
Box 12
L correspondence
(1 of 3 folders)
Box 12
L correspondence
(2-3 of 3 folders)
Box 13
Letters from White House, Congressmen, Governors, Senators
(3 folders)
Box 13
M correspondence
(1-4 of 6 folders)
Box 13
M correspondence
(5-6 of 6 folders)
Box 14
N correspondence
Box 14
O correspondence
(2 folders)
Box 14
P correspondence
(3 folders)
Box 14
Q correspondence
Box 14
R correspondence
(2 folders)
Box 15
Roosa, Robert V., 1977
Box 15
S correspondence
(4 folders)
Box 15
T correspondence
(1 of 2 folders)
Box 15
T correspondence
(2 of 2 folders)
Box 16
U correspondence
Box 16
V correspondence
Box 16
W correspondence
(3 folders)
Box 16
X correspondence
Box 16
Y correspondence
Box 16
Z correspondence
Box 16
Cabinet meetings, 1977
(1-2 of 4 folders)
Box 16
Cabinet meetings, 1977
(3-4 of 4 folders)
Box 17
Cabinet notes, 1979-1980
Box 17
Notes of the Secretary - miscellanesous, 1977-1979
(4 folders)
Box 17
Affidavits, 1978 Mar.
Box 17
Aging, 1978 Jul.
Box 17
American Retail Federation briefing book, 1979 Feb. 15
Box 17
Anti-inflation, 1978
Box 18
Autograph requests sent, 1979
Box 18
Automobile industry meeting, 1979 Mar. 14
Box 18
Budget, Department of Commerce, 1978
Box 18
Business Council and Business Leaders
Box 18
Business Council/Business Roundtable notes, 1977-1978
Box 18
Calls to key members of Senate Committee on Commerce, 1977
Box 18
Candidates for Commerce positions, 1977
Box 18
Candidates for Under Secretary, 1977-1978
Box 18
Carter Economic recovery package
Box 18
China, 1979 Jun.
Box 18
Commerce Council, 1977-1978
Box 18
Commerce Department Employees Annual Honor Awards Ceremoney, remarks by Kreps, 1979 Oct. 30
Box 18
Kreps's Commerce Employment, 1977
Box 18
Congressional Record, 1977 Feb. 1
Box 18
Corporate Social Performance, 1979
Box 18
Council on Foreign Relations, 1979 Nov. 1
Box 18
Democratic Mid-term Convention, 1978 Dec. 8-10
Box 18
Equipment exports of Soviet Union
Box 18
JMK's recommendation of Sidney Harman to Carter, 1979
Box 19
Dr. Sidney Harman's nomination, 1977 Jan.
Box 19
Hospital Cost Containment, 1977-1978
Box 19
Information for speeches
Box 19
Japan, 1978 Oct.
Box 19
Joint Economic Committee, 1979
Box 19
Machine Tool Industry meeting briefing books, 1979 Mar. 7
Box 19
Maritime, 1977
Box 19
Kreps's memberships, 1977-1979
Box 19
Minorities, 1977-1978
Box 19
North Carolina - tobacco issue, 1978
Box 19
Pulp and Paper Industry meeting, 1978 Oct. 24
Box 19
Regulatory reform, 1978
Box 19
Reorganization (of Commerce Department), 1978-1979
Box 19
Requests for information, 1977-1978
Box 19
Saturday Review article on Chrysler, 1979 Nov. 21
Box 19
Statements before House and Senate Committees, 1979 Oct. 31-Nov. 1
Box 19
Staff evaluations, 1979
Box 19
Notes on stimulus package, Plains, Georgia, undated
Box 19
JMK talking points with Secretary Richardson, 1977 Jan. 5
Box 19
Tax reform, 1978
Box 19
Textiles, 1978-1979
Box 20
UNC (University of North Carolina)- H.E.W. (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare) issues, 1978-1979
Box 20
United States Department of Commerce News, 1977-1979
Box 20
U.S.S.R. trip notes, 1978 Dec.
Box 20
White House conference on balanced national growth, 1978 June
Box 20
Wolf Trap fundraiser for businessmen hosted by Juanita M. Kreps, 1978 July 27
Box 20
Women's issues, 1977
Box 20
Secretary of Commerce publicity
(8 folders)
Box 51
China, undated
Box 52
The European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 1979 Sep. 24
Box 52
President Carter bill signing, undated
Box 52
Third Tunisian-American Joint Commission, Tunis, 1979 Mar. 30-31
Box 52
Beijing, China, undated
Box 52
Japan visit, undated
Box 52
"Group 13"
Box 52
"Group 14"
Box 52
"Group 15"
Box 52
"Group 16"
Box 52
Secretary of Commerce 1978 Dec. - 1979 Feb.
(2 folders)
Box 52
Photos from Walter Mondale
Box 52
Warsaw, Poland, 1977 Nov. 28-Dec. 2
Box 52
"Group 22"
Box 52
Berlin, undated
Box 52
Geneva, undated
Box 52
Japan, undated
Box 53
Greetings, 1979 and undated
Box 53
Visits to Foreign Countries, undated
Box 53
"Group 31"
(3 folders)
Box 53
India, 1978
Box 54
Poland, undated
(2 albums)
Box 54
Union Gas Plant Dedication album, Korea, 1977 Sep. 29
Box 54
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy graduation album, 1978 Aug. 23
Box 55
Saudi Arabia, 1979
Box 55
China, May 1979
(2 albums)
Box 56
Secretary of Commerce photos, 1977 Jan.
Box 56
American-Romanian Economic Commission meeting, Washington, D.C., 1977 Nov.
Box 56
Kreps's visit to China, May 1979
Box 57
China, undated (1976?)
Box 57
Japan, 1978 Oct.
(2 folders)
Box 57
Scrapbooks Subseries
(12 volumes)
Oversize Box 21-32
Clippings, 1976 Dec.-1977 Feb.
Box 21
Photos, 1977 Jan.-1977 Aug.
Box 22
Clippings, 1977 Feb.-1977 May
Box 23
Clippings, 1977 June-1977 Aug.
Box 24
Photos, 1977 Sept.-1978 Jan.
Box 25
Clippings, 1977 Sept.-1977 Dec.
Box 26
Photos in the Warsaw visit, 1977 Nov.-1977 Dec.
Box 27
Clippings, 1978 Jan.-1978 Mar.
Box 28
Clippings, 1978 Apr.-1978 June
Box 29
Clippings, 1978 June-1978 Oct.
Box 30
Clippings, 1978 Nov.-1979 Jan.
Box 31
Clippings and miscellaneous oversize materials, 1979 Feb.-1979 Aug. and undated
Box 32

Contains many folders of speeches to students and parents as dean of the Woman's College at Duke University, commencement addresses, invited lectures, paper presentations at conferences, addresses to various organizations and business groups, keynote addresses at symposiums, and two television interviews (1992). Topics often concern women in the workforce and aging issues. itles of speeches in Miscellaneous speech folder include:

Consumer Behavior in the 1960s, 1962
Box 33
Economic Change and the Status of Women, N.C. Council of Women's Organizations address, 1962 Jul. 19
Box 33
The Allocation of Intellect, Wake County Assoc. of Phi Beta Kappa, 1962 Oct. 22
Box 33
Wednesday Literary Club, Greensboro, 1963 May 1
Box 33
Scholarship in the Soaring Sixties, Berea College, 1963 May
Box 33
Economic Implications of Shortened Work Life, 6th International Congress of Gerontology - Copenhagen, 1963 Aug.
Box 33
The Mass Market and Individual Choices; or, The Case of the Homogenized Consumer, American Association of University Women (AAUW), 1964 May
Box 33
Benefit-Cost Analysis: A Comment, Manpower and Welfare Programs: Benefit-Cost Analysis, Chicago, 1964 Dec.
Box 33
Adjustment of the Aged to a Changing Economic Environment, American Orthopsychiatric Assoc., 1965 Mar.
Box 33
What's Wrong with Men? Kiwanis Club, 1966 Feb. 14
Box 33
Women, Wise and Otherwise, Western Reserve University, 1966 Oct. 20
Box 33
Southern Women, Conference on the Changing South, 1967 Jan.
Box 33
The Changing Concept of Work, Cornell College, 1967 Nov.
Box 33
Higher Incomes for Older Americans, NCOA address, 1968 Mar. 5
Box 33
Incomes of the Aged: The Case for a Broader Perspective, U.S. Senate Committee on Aging, 1968 Mar.
Box 33
On Reaching the Stars by Midnight, Visiting Scholars of Assoc. of Eastern North Carolina College, 1968
Box 33
Women Who Work: Why and Where? Women and Work, 1968 Nov.
Box 33
The Position of the Older Worker in the American Labor Force, Cornell University, 1969 July 30
Box 33
Double Jeopardy: Old Age and Low Incomes, Duke Campus Club, 1969 Apr.
Box 33
American Psychological Association, 1969 Sept. 2
Box 33
Meeting for Parents with Staff, Duke University, 1969 Sept. 16
Box 33
The Quiet Poor: Old Age in America, Conference of National Organizations, 1969 Oct.
Box 33
American Economic Association, 1969 Dec. 28
Box 33
The Secretary of the Seventies, National Secretaries Association, 1970 Jan. 19
Box 33
The Relevance of Today's Education: An Economist's View, address to Angier B. Dukes, 1970 Feb.
Box 33
What Shall We Do after We're Liberated? Valkyries of UNC-CH, 1970 Mar.
Box 33
Remarks to the Alumni at Columbia, S.C., 1970 Mar. 26
Box 33
What It's Like to Have a Sophomore Daughter, Duke Woman's College, 1970 Apr. 11
Box 33
Work and Leisure Options, Industrial Gerontology Seminar, Annapolis, MD, 1970 Apr. 26-30
Box 33
Higher Education in the 1970s, Alumni Weekend, 1970 Jun. 6
Box 33
Youth Unemployment and Minimum Wage, North American Conference on labor statistics, Houston, Texas, 1970 Jun. 11
Box 33
What are Women on Campus Up To? American Association of University Women (AAUW), Meredith College, 1970 Jun.
Box 33
On the Problem of Being Young, University of Colorado, 1970 July 9
Box 33
On the Time Allocation of Work and Income, Gerontology Institute, Bethesda, MD, 1970 Aug. 25
Box 33
Notes on Crisis and Conflict, Alumnae Association of Duke Woman's College, 1970 Nov. 5
Box 33
Working Wives: A View of the 1970s, Divinity, Law and Medical School Dames, 1971 Feb. 16
Box 33
The Changing Concept of Work, Sweet Briar College honors convocation, 1971 Feb. 17
Box 33
On the Economics of Aging, Institute - New York State College of Human Ecology, 1971 Mar. 23
Box 33
Can You Afford to Grow Old? Seattle, Washington, 1971 Mar. 31-Apr. 1
Box 33
Sex in the Marketplace: American Women at Work, National Secretaries' Association, Washington, D.C., 1971 Apr. 21
Box 33
Nontraditional Students: The Case of Mrs. Smith, Commission on Academic Affairs, American Council on Education, 1971 May 16-17
Box 33
On Financing Retirement, American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., 1971 Sept. 4
Box 33
The Value of Women's Work, Greensboro YWCA, 1971 Oct. 7
Box 33
Work and Income Over the Life Cycle, Society of Actuaries - Toronto, Canada, 1971 Nov. 10
Box 34
Economic Equality for Women: Requisites and Realities, American Economic Association meeting, New Orleans, La., 1971 Dec.
Box 34
A Comment of Joe Katz's Challenge to "Body of Knowledge" Learning from Person-Centered Advocates, Association of American College, Washington, D.C., 1972 Jan. 9-11
Box 34
Work and Income Through the Lifespan, Chapel Hill Financial Series, 1972 Jan. 20
Box 34
Unemployment and Underemployment of Women Workers, Joint Economic Committee Hearings, U.S. Congress, 1972 Feb. 23
Box 34
Chicago Alumni, 1972 Jan. 24
Box 34
On the Problem of Being Young, University of Arizona, Graduate Committee on Gerontology, 1972 Apr. 14
Box 34
American Psychiatric Association, Dallas, Texas, 1972 May 1
Box 34
National Council Alumni Weekend, 1972 May 20
Box 34
On Running the World, commencement address - Pomona College, Claremont, California, 1972 June 4
Box 34
Femininity Has Nothing to Do With It, Randolph-Macon, 1972 Sept. 4
Box 34
Women in Business: Femininity has Nothing to do with It, Bryant College - Symposium for the Advancement of Women in Business, 1972 Oct. 11
Box 34
Sex in the Marketplace, University of Michigan speech, 1972 Oct. 18
Box 34
Gerontological Society Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1972 Dec. 17-21
Box 34
The Right of Women to Work, Duke Univ., Conference for Teachers of Social Studies, 1973 Mar. 3
Box 34
The Economics of Wifehood, University of Florida, 1973 Mar. 8
Box 34
Unemployment and Underemployment of Women Workers, UNC-Greensboro, 1973 Apr. 12
Box 34
Money and Leisure after Fifty, Case Western Reserve University, 1973 Apr. 19
Box 34
Between Work and Old Age, Leisure or Limbo? Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1973 Apr. 25-27
Box 34
YWCA - Chicago, 1973 May 9
Box 34
The Price of Ignorance, UNC commencement speech, 1973 May 13
Box 34
A World I Never Made, commencement - Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1973 May 20
Box 34
The Price of Ignorance, Denison University, 1973 May 23
Box 34
Conference on Successful Aging, 1973 June 9
Box 34
The Occupations: Wider Economic Opportunity for Women, The University of Georgia, Athens, 1973 Aug. 2
Box 34
University of S. Cal. at L.A., Notes on the Economics of Aging, 1973 Oct. 9
Box 34
Denison, Friedman-Samuelson Panel, 1973 Oct. 26
Box 34
Sex in the Marketplace, Banks Research Conference, 1973 Nov. 23
Box 34
The Economics of Old Age, Trial Magazine Article, 1974 Jan. 4
Box 34
Higher Education in a Steady State: Some Productivity and Manpower Questions, Princeton, 1974
Box 34
Sex in the Marketplace and Early Retirement: Pressures and Resistance, University of Tennessee, 1974 Jan. 15
Box 34
The Economics of Old Age, Sandhill Regional Library, 1974 Feb. 19
Box 34
Unemployment and Underemployment of Women Workers, Washington and Lee, 1974 Feb. 21
Box 34
The Aged in an Age of Ambivalence, Tucson, Ariz., Western Gerontological Society, "The Aged in an Age of Ambivalence," 1974 Mar. 24
Box 34
Future Careers for College Women, Hollins College, 1974 Apr. 3
Box 34
Sex in the Marketplace, Garth Mangum, 1974 Apr. 9-10
Box 34
The Time Paradigm, UNC-G commencement address, 1974 May 12
Box 35
Work, Leisure, and Education: Toward Greater Flexibility through the Lifespan,Madrid, 1974 June
Box 35
Youth and the Meaning of Work, Freshman Lecture, 1974 Sept. 2
Box 35
The Aged in an Age of Ambivalence, Bowdoin College, 1974 Oct.
Box 35
Social Policy and Individual Achievement, Markle Foundation, 1974 Sept. 29-Oct. 1
Box 35
Help! There's a Woman in the Boardroom, Junior League of Durham, 1974 Nov.
Box 35
Help! There's a Woman in the Boardroom, Friends of Claremont College, 1974 Nov. 6
Box 35
Who is Responsible for the Quality of Life? NYU, 1975 Mar. 13
Box 35
Who is Responsible for the Quality of Life?NYU Lecture 1975 Mar. 13
Box 35
The Economy and the Learning Environment, Nat'l Association of Student Personnel Administrators, 1975 Mar. 31
Box 35
Does it Pay to Go to College? Symposium on the Work of the Carnegie Commission, 1975 Apr.
Box 35
Women in Academia: Today is Different, Olin Conference, Washington University, 1975 Apr. 16-17
Box 35
A Time for Learning to Think, Durham Academy commencement, 1975 June 6
Box 35
10th International Congress of Gerontology, Jerusalem, 1975 June 22-27
Box 35
On Knowledge, Love, and Ignorance, St. Lawrence University, 1975 Sept.
Box 35
Early Retirement: Pressures and Resistance, Randolph-Macon, 1975 Oct. 9-10
Box 35
Old Age: A Period of Dignity or Dependency, Louisville-Courier, 1975 Oct. 22
Box 35
Human Values, Economic Values, and the Elderly, Case Western Reserve, 1975 Nov. 10-13
Box 35
Social Security in the Coming Decade: Questions for a Minute System, Robert Ball Lecture, 1975 Nov. 18
Box 35
The Economic Status of Women in the United Statesin International Women's Year, American Economic Association, 1975 Dec. 29
Box 35
Some Time Dimensions of Manpower Policy, N.C.M.P., 1976 Jan.
Box 35
Help! There is a Woman in the Boardroom, Rotary - Winston-Salem, 1975 Feb. 3
Box 35
Income in Retirement: Problems for the Economy and the Individual, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, 1976 Feb. 17
Box 35
1976: A World Turned Upside Down, North Carolina Citizen's Association (Benjamin Franklin Portrait to NC Museum of Art), 1976 Mar. 24
(2 folders)
Box 35
Learning and Earning: Some New Questions, ODK, 1976 Apr. 3
Box 35
What Shall We Do Now that We are Liberated? and Mother Goose, Wheaton Edition, Wheaton College, 1976 May 29-30
Box 35
A Look to the 1980s, Duke University, Alumni Seminar, 1976 Sept. 25
Box 35
Age, Work, and Income, S.E.A. presidential address, Atlanta, 1976 Nov. 19
Box 35
After 200 Years: A Perspective on Disenchantment, American Council of Life Insurance, 1976 Nov.
Box 35
Social Programs and the Costs of Higher Education: Who Should Pay? Western Electric proposal, 1976
Box 36
Learning and Earning: Some New Questions, AAHE meeting, 1976
Box 36
A Note on Freedom and Constraints, Duke University commencement, 1977 May 8
Box 36
After One Hundred Days: Reflections of a Harried Secretary, Women's Forum, Duke University, 1977 May 14
Box 36
Thoughts about Government and Business, Vital Speeches, 1977 Aug. 1
Box 36
Ode to an Educated Man, University of Oklahoma, 1978 May 13
Box 36
Shaping Economic Policy for the Decade, Raleigh Executive Club, 1980 Jan. 14
Box 36
Speech made to the Duke administrators, 1980 Feb. 6
Box 36
Untitled, Duke University Medical School speech, 1980 Mar.
Box 36
Duke Business School Groundbreaking, 1980 Mar. 21
Box 36
Economics: A Discipline in Disarray? Mead Lecture, Trinity College, 1980 Apr. 16
Box 36
Welfare speech, Middlebury, Vt., 1980 Apr. 18
Box 36
Berea speech, 1980 Apr. 25
Box 36
1979: Last Year's Surprises, Vanderbilt speech, 1980 May 1
Box 36
U.S. Trade Policy: Issues for the Eighties, Hungary speech, 1980 May 7-9
Box 36
Hungarian speech material, 1980 May 8
(2 folders)
Box 36
Tulane University, 1980 May 9
Box 36
1980 and Beyond: What Lies Ahead for American Business, Mead Corporation, 1980 May 15
(2 folders)
Box 36
Rochester Human Relations speech, 1980 May 21
Box 36
Colgate University Hamilton, N.Y., acceptance of honorary degree, 1980 May 25
Box 36
Charlotte Latin School, 1980 May 26
Box 37
Consumer Affairs Forum, J.C. Penney, New York, 1980 June 4
Box 37
1980 and Beyond: What Lies Ahead for American Business, Fifty's Group, RTP, 1980 June 16
Box 37
Eleanor Roosevelt: Yesterday's Advice, Today's Problems, Eleanor Roosevelt Award, 1980 Aug. 6
Box 37
State of the Economy: 1980, National Passenger Traffic Association, New Orleans, La., 1980 Sept. 14
Box 37
Shaping Economic Policy for the Decade, Duke major speakers, Duke University, 1980 Sept. 15
Box 37
Winston-Salem Kiwanis Club, 1980 Sept. 18
Box 37
World Trade in the '80s: Can America Compete? financial executives, San Francisco, Calif., 1980 Oct. 8
Box 37
State of the Economy: 1980, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Hot Springs, Virginia, 1980 Oct. 17
Box 37
Business Regulation in a Changing Economy, Ray Bloch Production, Houston, 1980 Oct. 29
Box 37
Luncheon, Berea N.Y. Alumni, 1980 Nov. 6
Box 37
Shaping Economic Policy for the Decade, UNC-Greensboro, Bryan Lecture, 1980 Nov. 11
Box 37
Shaping Economic Policy for the Decade,Foundation for Student Communication, Princeton University, New York, 1980 Nov. 25
Box 37
Shaping Economic Policy for the Decade, executive seminar, Kingsport, Tenn., 1980 Dec. 9
Box 37
Choosing Work that Matters, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1980 Dec. 11
Box 37
1980-81 Council on Aging and Human Development series, 1980 Jan. 13
Box 37
U.S. Trade Problems in the 80's, RJR, Sandpiper Bay, Fla., 1981 Jan. 18-19
(2 folders)
Box 37
The Perils of Policy-making: A Retrospective Look, Women's Forum, N. Y., Marymount Manhattan College, 1981 Feb. 6
Box 38
What I Hope You are Studying, Emory University, women MBA students, 1981 Feb. 11
Box 38
Greensboro Section, National Council of Jewish Women, 1981 Mar. 2
Box 38
The Perils of Policy-making: A Retrospective Look, University of Utah and Brigham Young University, 1981 Mar. 5-7
Box 38
Women's Economic Round Table, Waldorf-Astoria, 1981 Mar. 18
Box 38
The Perils of Policy Making: A Retrospective Look, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Ind., 1981 Apr. 1-2
Box 38
Institute of Policy Studies, Duke, 1981 Apr. 3
Box 38
Farewell to Superwoman, Pan-Hellenic Council Regional Conference, 1980 Apr. 4
Box 38
Furman and Duke Endowment, Marsh and Mclennan Lecture, 1981 Apr. 7-8
Box 38
Exciting Work, Not Certain Answers, Bentley College commencement, Waltham, Mass., 1981 May 16
Box 38
Farewell to Superwoman, Winston-Salem YWCA, 1981 May 21
Box 38
A Time for Leadership, Trinity College commencement, Hartford, Conn., 1981 May 24
Box 38
A Small World: National and International Views of the Future, Governor's kick off program, archives and history auditorium, 1981 June 1
Box 38
State of the Economy, Education Dept. School Management Conference, 1981 June 21
Box 38
AAUW Achievement Award, 1981 June 22
Box 38
Armco women luncheon, 1981 June 25
Box 39
Toward Corporate Leadership for Women, Smith College management program graduation, 1981 Aug. 7
Box 39
The Perils of Policymaking, Casper Lecture series, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1981 Sept. 18
Box 39
Into the Mainstream: Women's Education in the 1980's, University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1981 Oct. 1
Box 39
The Perils of Policymaking, Denison University, 1981 Oct. 8
Box 39
The Perils of Policymaking American Logistics Association, Dallas, Tex., 1981 Oct. 13
Box 39
Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Ala., 1981 Oct 13-14
Box 39
Women and Policymaking: New Roles for a New Era, Philadelphia Women's Network, annual dinner speaker, 1981 Oct. 15
Box 39
The Perils of Policymaking, Carol Woods Residents Association, 1981 Nov. 5
Box 39
Aging Populations in Developed and Developing Countries: Economic Policy Implications, United Nations, Vienna, Austria, 1981 Nov. 9-13
Box 39
World Economic Trends, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Council on Trends and Perspectives, 1981 Nov. 12
Box 39
Women's Work: For Love or Money? William and Mary, 1981 Nov. 14
Box 39
Durham County Council for Women, 1981 Dec. 12
Box 39
Durham Council of Women, Durham County U.S. savings bond drive kick-off luncheon, 1982 Jan. 18
Box 39
Manhattan Group of the National Association of Bank Women, 1982 Feb. 16
Box 39
Schrank, Bob, 1982 Feb. 19
Box 39
Women in a Changing Economy, Univ. of Pennsylvania and West Chester State, 1982 Mar. 1-2
Box 39
Economic Policy: Why Doesn't it Work? Washington State, Pullman, Wash., 1982 Mar. 8-9
Box 39
Armco Management group, Marco Island, Fla., 1982 Mar. 12
Box 39
Catalyst Award dinner, N.Y., 1982 Mar. 16
Box 39
Award dinner, N.C. Citizen's Association, Raleigh, N.C., 1982 Mar. 17
Box 40
Women can Do Anything, Hollins College, 1982 Apr. 3
Box 40
Women in a Changing Economy, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y., 1982 Apr. 7
Box 40
Reflections on the State of Kentucky and the State of the Economy, The Kentuckians of N.Y., 1982 May 3
Box 40
The Brains that will Keep us Alive, Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, 1982 May 4
Box 40
Rules for Success, Rules for Failure, Western Maryland College commencement, 1982 May 22
(2 folders)
Box 40
Rules for Success, Rules for Failure, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, 1982 May 29
Box 40
New Challenges to the American Economy, Brandeis Univ., Waltham, Mass., cancelled, 1982 June 7
Box 40
Who Should Do What? Duke Symposium on the Social Responsiveness of Business, 1982 June 9
Box 40
40 Years in the Wilderness, Berea, Distinguished Alumni Award, 40th reunion, 1982 July 3
Box 40
Heath Care in an Uncertain Economy, St. Francis Community Hospital, Greenville, S.C., 1982 July 18
Box 40
International Trade: Challenges for the 80's, The United States Economy, 1982, Revitalization of U.S. Industry: Problems and Policies, and Regulation, Dregulation, and the Special Case of U.S. Airlines, Australia, 1982 Aug. 20-Sept. 3
(2 folders)
Box 40
The Effect of Changing Economic and Business Trends on Education, Mid-Atlantic Placement Association, Lancaster, Pa., 1982 Sept. 19
Box 41
Is There Life After Creighton?: Comment on Careers, Creighton Univ., Omaha, Nebraska, 1982 Oct. 11-12
Box 41
NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, Highest Award, Waldorf-Astoria, 1982 Oct. 27
Box 41
James Madison Univ., Harrisonburg, Va., Cancelled, 1982 Nov. 10
Box 41
Liberal Arts in the Marketplace, St. Olaf's College, Northfield, Minnesota, 1983 Feb. 14
Box 41
Appalachian Regional Commission - Workshop, Jackson, Mississippi, 1983 Apr. 11-12
Box 41
American Management Association, Introduce Walter Fallon, Dallas, Tex., 1983 Apr. 14
Box 41
The Rewards for Service and Achievement, University of S.C., 1983 Apr. 15
Box 41
Today's Professional Woman: Great Potential, A Few Problems, Dayton Women's Network, 1983 Apr. 29
Box 41
Univ. of Mass., Inauguration of Joe Duffey as Chancellor, 1983 Apr. 30
Box 41
Duke commencement, Distinguished Alumni Award, 1983 May 8
Box 41
N.C. School of Science and Mathematics, 1983 May 24
Box 41
White House Perspectives: Past and Present, Alumni Weekend Panel, 1983 June 11
Box 41
World Trade: A Call for New Leadership, American Society of Corporate Secretaries, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Va., 1983 June 27
Box 41
S.E.F. (South Education Fund) Atlanta Conference, 1983 Oct. 13-14
Box 41
The Changing U.S. Position in World Trade, Columbia University Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series, Graduate School of Business, 1983 Oct. 18
Box 42
Women and the Economy: A Reassessment, Governor's Conference on Women and the Economy, Raleigh, N.C., 1983 Oct. 31
Box 42
Notes on Public Policy: Can the Process Work? Houston - RJR, Aminoil Leadership Dialogue, 1983 Nov. 22-23
Box 42
Economists and Economic Policy Making, N.C. Council on Economic Education, Greensboro, 1983 Dec. 12
Box 42
The State of the Economy and Liberal Arts in the Marketplace, Agnes Scott College, 1984 Jan. 9-30
Box 42
Inside the Corporate Boardroom, Women's Network Seattle, 1984 Feb. 8
Box 42
National Network of Graduate Business School Women, Annual Conference, Chapel Hill, N.C., Cancelled Event, 1984 Feb. 25
Box 42
Comments on Corporate Decision-Making, Berkeley, Calif. Symposium, 1984 Mar. 12
Box 42
YWCA Women of Achievement (Amanda Smith), 1984 Mar. 14
Box 42
Toronto, 1984 Mar. 26
Box 42
Milwaukee Sales and Marketing Executives, 1984 Apr. 19
Box 42
Univ. of Rochester, 1984 May 6
(2 folders)
Box 42
On Work and Success, Grove City commencement, 1984 May 19
(2 folders)
Box 42
US-USSR Trade and Economic Council, 1984 May 23
Box 43
From Access to Ascent: The New Problem for Professional Women, Women in International Business Conference, 1984 May 24
Box 43
Money is Power, Orange County Women's Center, 1984 June 2
Box 43
IBM Executives, Fuqua School of Business, 1984 June 27
Box 43
Economic Issues in the Campaign, Chrysler Institute of Academic Affairs, 1984 Sept. 6
Box 43
Lenoir Rhyne Convocation, Hickory, N.C., 1984 Sept. 9-10
Box 43
Uneasy Times for Nonprofit Organizations, Rainier Bank, Seattle, 1984 Oct. 11
Box 43
Directions for the Post-Election Economy: What About the Deficits? Washington University Akin Fellowship Program, St. Louis, Missouri, 1984 Oct. 30-31
(2 folders)
Box 43
Charles Waldo Haskins Award, St. Regis Sheraton, N.Y., 1984 Nov. 12
Box 43
Fayetteville Women's Networth, 1984 Nov. 16
Box 43
Texas Foundation of Women's Research, Austin Tex., 1984 Nov. 30
Box 43
State of the Economy, 1985, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., 1985 Jan. 9-10
Box 43
The Economy in 1985: Domestic and International, East Carolina University, 1985 Feb 12-14
Box 44
On Keeping Faith with Emily Prudden, Pfeiffer College, 1985 Mar. 1
Box 44
The Economy in 1985, Peace College, Raleigh, N.C., 1985 Mar. 13
Box 44
World Trade: New Problems for the Nation and the Midwest, Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan, 1985 Mar. 28
Box 44
A Changing View of Aging, Junior League of Roanoke, Conference of Aging, 1985 Apr. 1
Box 44
Washington Capital Campaign Kick-off - Co-host with Liddy Dale, 1985 Apr. 20
Box 44
What Makes A Corporate Director Effective? Utility Women's Conference, Charlottesville, Va., 1985 May 1
Box 44
International Conference of Gerontology, Panelist, 1985 July 16
Box 44
On Leadership, American Youth Foundation, Camp Miniwanca, Shelly, Mich., 1985 Aug. 9
Box 44
Atlanta Duke Alumni, 1985 Oct. 3
Box 44
Gerontology and Geriatrics at Duke, 30th Anniversary, 1985 Oct. 10-12
Box 44
U.S. Problems in a Global Economy, Management Institute for Senior Executives - Governor's Office of Employee Relations, Albany, N.Y., 1985 Oct. 22
Box 44
U.S. Problems in a Global Economy, Sheboygan Economic Club, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1985 Oct. 31
Box 44
Washington Westin Cocktail Party and Dinner, 1986 Mar. 6
Box 45
Berea N.Y. Alumni Luncheon, 1986 Mar. 18
Box 45
Maintaining U.S. Competitiveness: The Role for Higher Education, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 1986 Apr. 21
Box 45
The Future Isn't What It Used To Be, Berea College Women's History Month, 1986 Apr. 22
Box 45
Duke commencement, 1986 May 4
(2 folders)
Box 45
Funds for the Needy: Who Is Responsible? Presbyterian Church Foundation, Minneapolis, Minn., 1986 June 13
Box 45
Traditional Industries in the South: The Challenge, Southern Governors' annual meeting, Charlotte, N.C., 1986 Aug. 11
Box 45
Bald Head Conference (Charlie Rose), 1986 Sept. 6
Box 45
Sex in the Marketplace Revisited, Notre Dame College of Ohio, 1986 Sept. 22
Box 45
Class of 1946 Reunion, 1986 Nov. 7
Box 45
Policy Making in a Global Economy, Davidson College, 1987 Jan. 14
Box 45
John De Butts, 1987 Jan. 25
Box 45
The Economy in 1978-88: Surprises? Disappointments? Charlotte Business Men, 1987 Feb. 3
Box 45
Policy Making in a Global Economy, Washington and Lee, 1987 Feb. 9-11
Box 45
Conference on Responsibilities of Directors, 1987 Mar. 20
Box 45
Policy Making in a Global Economy, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois, 1987 Mar. 24
Box 46
Duke Haiti Conference, 1987 Mar. 30
Box 46
Charlotte Duke Alumni, 1987 Apr. 7
Box 46
A Corporate View: What Do Directors Expect of the CEO? National Forum on Hospital and Health Affairs, Duke Univ., 1987 May 1
Box 46
On Work and Success, commencement address, Penn State-Behrend College, Erie, Pa., 1987 May 17
Box 46
Industrial Achievement Award, National Association of Bank Women, 1987 June 10
Box 46
The Economy: Problems and Policies of the 1980s, Women's History The Future Isn't What it Used to Be, and Education for Careers in the Global Marketplace, De Pauw Univ., 1987 Oct. 6-8
Box 46
National Association of Corporate Directors, 1987 Oct. 19
Box 46
Oustanding Alumni of Kentucky Award, 1987 Oct. 27-28
Box 46
Chrysler Women's Symposium, 1987 Nov. 10
Box 46
Economic Justice for Women, Rochester Community Forum, 1987 Nov. 12
Box 46
National Women's Economic Alliance Foundation- Director's Choice Award, 1987 Dec. 3
Box 46
Founder's Day- Duke, 1987 Dec. 10
Box 46
Announcement of "Kreps Chair," 1987 Dec. 11
Box 46
Governmental and Corporate Strategies in a Global Economy, Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Athena Award in Manhattan, 1988 Jan. 26-27
Box 47
The Elderly in Today's Economy, Ohio State University, 1988 Apr. 4
(2 folders)
Box 47
Berry College, Rome, Georgia, 1988 May 4-5
Box 47
On Work and Success, Northeast Missouri State University commencement, 1988 May 13
Box 47
Economics for Students and Presidents, Univ. of North Carolina - Charlotte, 1988 Nov. 9-10
Box 47
Economic Challenges for the 1990s, Fordham Graduate School of Business, 1989 Feb. 27
(2 folders)
Box 47
Women in Industry, Duke Women's Studies Sesquicentennial Symposium, 1989 Mar. 5
Box 47
Kodak Management, 1989 Mar. 9
Box 47
Economic Challenges for the 1990s, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1989 Mar. 10
Box 47
Berea College, 1989 Apr. 22
Box 47
Economic Challenges for the 1990s, Buena Vista College, 1989 Sep. 13-14
(2 folders)
Box 47
Berea College Capital Campaign, 1989 Oct. 28
Box 47
Career Women: A Salute to Success, Toldeo Women in Business (TWIN), 1989 Nov. 15
Box 47
The University Today: Managing the Enterprise, Duke's President's Council inaugural seminar, 1989 Nov. 9
Box 48
Berea College, 1990 Apr. 27
Box 48
Davidson College commencement, 1990 May 13
Box 48
Corporate Challenges in the 1990s, Aspen Institute, 1990 Oct. 4
Box 48
Low Income Housing: The National Equity Fund, Durham Chamber of Commerce and Housing Authority, 1991 Feb. 18
Box 48
Support for the Arts in Today's Economy, Corporate Council for the Arts, Seattle, Washington, 1991 Jun. 24-25
Box 48
Kentucky Economic Association, 1991 Oct. 25
Box 48
Policy Making in a Global Economy, Lenoir-Rhyne College Convocation, 1991 Nov. 4
Box 48
Berea Luncheon in New York, 1991 Nov. 19
Box 48
Berea Library Dedication, 1991 Jan. 24
Box 48
The Economy in 1992: How We Got Here, Duke Campus Club, 1992 Feb. 11
Box 48
Television Taping with Chancellor Leutze, 1992 Mar. 9
Box 48
Women Leaders: Why So Few? Milwaukee- Sacajemea Award, 1992 Mar. 3
Box 48
Taping with Dr. William Friday (aired 1992 Jun. 22), 1992 Apr. 22
Box 48
Notre Dame, 1992 May 16-17
(2 folders)
Box 48
Charlotte Country Day School commencement, 1992 Jun. 5
Box 48
Coming Together in the Midst of Change, Eastern College and Middle Atlantic Placement Associations, 1992 Sep. 14
Box 48
Public Relations Society of America (NC Chapter), 1992 Sep. 18
Box 48
Municipal Bond Investors Assurance (MBIA) speech, Tucson, Arizona, 1992 Nov. 11
Box 48
Duke commencement, 1993 May 16
(2 folders)
Box 49
JC Penny Leadership Forum, 1993 May 20
Box 49
Berea Trustees, 1993 Oct. 21-23
Box 49
Panel: Partnership between the Duke Endownment and Duke University, 1994 Feb. 12
Box 49
Kreps Gallery Dedication, 1994 Mar. 19
Box 49
Can the South Improve Its Workforce? National Humanities, American Issues Forum on the South, 1994 Mar. 25
Box 49
John and Jane Stephenson's Berea Retirement, 1994 May 21
Box 49
Thoughts on the Times of Our Lives, Forest at Duke, 2701 Club meeting, 1994 Dec. 12
Box 49
Public Needs and National Priorities: A Reality Check, women's health care issues speech, Washington Duke Inn, 1995 May 5
Box 49
Ohio Northern University commencement address, 1995 May 21
Box 49
Lillywhite Award, Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI), 1995 Jun. 22
Box 49
North Carolina Business Hall of Fame, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Research Triangle Park, 1995 Nov. 16
Box 49
The South in the World Economy, Kenan Foundation Panel, 1996 Apr. 27
(2 folders)
Box 49
For Women to Make A Difference, National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives (NAWLEE), 1996 Jul. 20
(2 folders)
Box 49
TIAA/CREF Retirement, 1996 Nov. 12
Box 49
JC Penny Retirement Dinner for Colby Chandler, 1997 May 5
(2 folders)
Box 49
Duke commencement, 1997 May 18
Box 49
Berea 1942 Class Reunion, 1997 Jun. 27-29 (cancelled)
Box 50
Women's Studies Lecture Series, 1998 Mar. 7
Box 50
Introduction: Troubled Leaders, Seminar - National Arts and Humanities Center, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1998 Oct. 24
Box 50
Berea College, 1999 Apr. 5-6
Box 50
General Federation of Women's Clubs, San Francisco, California, 1999 Jun. 19-20
Box 50
After 200 Years: A Perspective on Disenchantment, Arden House conference speeches, 1976 and undated
Box 50
Duke commencement speech, undated
Box 50
Home Work, Market Work, and the Allocation of Time, undated
Box 50
Sex and the Scholarly Girl, speech - American Association of University Women
Box 50
The Problem of Being Old, Univ. of Colorado, undated
Box 50
Women: Colleagues or Lovers? Women's Day, Berea, undated
Box 50
Women's Work: Implications for Higher Education, undated
Box 50
The Young, the Old, and the Rest of Us; A 20th Century Dilemma and All Would Live Long, But None Would Be Old, undated
Box 50
Speech ideas, undated
Box 50
Unemployment and Underemployment of Women Workers
Box 50
What Shall We Do After We're Liberated?
Box 50
Secretaries, Directors, and Women
Box 50
The Economy and Higher Education
Box 50
A Look to the 1980s
Box 50
The Economic Status of Women in the United States
Box 50
Human Values, Economic Values, and the Elderly
Box 50
The Young, the Old, and the Rest of Us: A Twentieth Century Dilemma
Box 50
Help! There's A Woman in the Boardroom
Box 50
Learning and Earning: Some New Questions
Box 50
Home Work, Market Work, and the Allocation of Time
Box 50
New Horizons for America's Workers
Box 50
Age, Work, and Income
Box 50
Untitled binder of speeches, undated
Box 50

Contains black and white and some color photographs, photo albums, greeting cards, and post cards. There are some photographs of Kreps as a young girl, as well as a few even earlier images of unidentified individuals and Kreps as a child. Photos titled "Group" along with a number represent images that were originally housed together in envelopes. The three Juanita Morris Kreps scrapbooks are publicity scrapbooks that contain mostly newspaper clippings mentioning her accomplishments and appearances. There are a fair number of images whose subject or source is unknown. Photographs and scrapbooks relating to her cabinet position can be found in the Secretary of Commerce Series. Arranged in original order as received.

"Group 2," personal photographs
(2 folders)
Box 51
"Group 3"
Box 51
Kreps portraits
Box 51
Secretary of Commerce publicity photos
(8 folders)
Box 51
China, undated
Box 52
The European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 1979 Sep. 24
Box 52
President Carter bill signing, undated
Box 52
Third Tunisian-American Joint Commission, Tunis, 1979 Mar. 30-31
Box 52
Beijing, China, undated
Box 52
Japan visit, undated
Box 52
"Group 13"
Box 52
"Group 14"
Box 52
"Group 15"
Box 52
"Group 16"
Box 52
"Group 17"
Box 52
Secretary of Commerce, 1978 Dec. - 1979 Feb.
(2 folders)
Box 52
Photos from Walter Mondale
Box 52
Pictures used for North Carolina Business Hall of Fame Induction, 1995 Nov. 16
(2 folders)
Box 52
Warsaw, Poland, 1977 Nov. 28-Dec. 2
Box 52
"Group 22"
Box 52
Berlin, undated
Box 52
Geneva, undated
Box 52
Unused postcards of China, undated
Box 52
Japan, undated
Box 53
Unused postcard of Saudi Arabia, undated
(4 folders)
Box 53
Religious pamphlet, 1976
Box 53
Greetings, 1979 and undated
Box 53
Woman of the Year party at L'Enfant Plaza, 1978 June 13
(2 folders)
Box 53
Visits to foreign countries, undated
Box 53
"Group 31"
(3 folders)
Box 53
Sheraton photograph, undated
Box 53
Unidentified photo, undated
Box 53
Bryant College Symposium, 1972
Box 53
"An Evening Together," undated photo album
Box 54
JC Penney photo album [empty]
Box 54
India, 1978
Box 54
Poland, undated
(2 albums)
Box 54
Union Gas Plant Dedication album, Korea, 1977 Sep. 29
Box 54
Untitled brown album
Box 55
Juanita Morris Kreps scrapbook, 1945-1972
Box 55
Juanita Morris Kreps scrapbook, 1961-1976
Box 55
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy graduation album, 1978 Aug. 23
Box 55
Saudi Arabia, 1979
Box 55
Unidentified white album, undated
Box 56
Unidentified brown album, undated
Box 56
China, May 1979
(2 albums)
Box 56
Secretary of Commerce photos, 1977 Jan.
Box 56
American-Romanian Economic Commission meeting, Washington, D.C., 1977 Nov.
Box 56
Juanita Morris Kreps scrapbook, 1972-1976
Box 57
U.S. National Trade and Economics Exhibition, Beijing, Peoples' Republic of China, 1980 Nov. 17-28
Box 57
St. Lawrence University convocation, 1975 Sep. 25
Box 57
Kreps's Visit to China, May 1979
Box 57
China, undated (1976?)
Box 57
Japan, 1978 Oct.
(2 folders)
Box 57

Contains materials that fall out of the above series, such as teaching materials and publicity clippings.

Agnes Scott College student papers, 1984
Box 58
Invitation to Kreps's AEA Vice President election ceremony, 1982
Box 58
Teaching lectures on labor economics, undated
Box 58
The Manpower Report of the President, 1975
Box 58
Poetry - unknown source, 1969
Box 58
Publicity clippings, 1946-1976
(2 folders)
Box 58
Visa, U.S.S.R., 1972
Box 58
Women - economic issues (articles, papers, newspaper clippings), 1970-1976
(2 folders)
Box 58
Women - management, vitae on women (in managemement positions), 1976
Box 58
Women's movement and labor (articles, flyer, Feminist Press Catalog), 1969-1972
Box 58

Historical Note

Chronology List

DateEvent(s)
1921, January 11Born in Lynch (Harlan Co.), Kentucky
1942B.A., Berea College
1944M.A., Duke University
1944Married Clifton H. Kreps, Jr.
1945-1946Instructor, Denison University, Ohio
1947-1950Assistant Professor of Economics, Denison University
1948Ph.D, Duke University
1952-1954Lecturer in Economics, Hofstra University, NY
1954-1955Lecturer in Economics, Queens College (now City University of New York), NY
1958-1961Visiting Instructor and Assistant Professor, Duke University
1963-1968Associate Professor, Duke University
1964Member of board of directors of National Council on the Aging
1968-1972Professor of Economics, Duke University
1969-1972Served as Dean of Duke Woman's College and Assistant Provost
1971-1977Member of Board of Directors, Educational Testing Service
1972-1977Named James B. Duke Professor of Economics
1972-1974Vice-chair of board of directors of North Carolina Manpower Commission
1972-1977Member of Board of Directors of New York Stock Exchange
1973-1977Served as Vice-President of Duke University
1976North Carolina Public Service Award
1977-1979Served as U.S. Secretary of Commerce for the Carter presidency
1978Received Stephen Wise Award from American Jewish Congress
1979Appointed Trustee of Duke Endowment
1982Received Distinguished Public Service Award from North Carolina Citizens Association
2010, July 5Died in Durham, North Carolina

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  • Woman's College Records, 1928-1974 (University Archives) (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University)

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Juanita Morris Kreps Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The Juanita Morris Kreps Papers were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift in 2001.

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Processed by Matthew Panhans and Norikazu Takami, August 2011.

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Accession(s) described in this finding aid: 2002-0082.

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