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Box | Folder Title
 
Series I: Medical Education, 1940-1966 [series]:

This series documents Dr. Brown's medical education which combined training in medicine, psychiatry, and public health. The records largely consist of course handouts, lecture and seminar notes, notebooks, class papers, and examinations. Folders are arranged alphabetically by educational institution and thereafter by course, conference, and/or lecture topic.

Records largely cover Dr. Brown's medical education at Cornell University Medical School (1952-1960), an internship at Yale University School of Medicine, School of Pediatrics (1957-1960), and Harvard University School of Public Health (1959-1960) where he earned a Masters degree in Public Health. Other material in the series include notes taken by Dr. Brown during a position he held as a clinical clerk in neurology and neurosurgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in the summer of 1955. Records from Dr. Brown's early education in Brooklyn public schools and from courses taken at Brooklyn College as an undergraduate from 1940-1952 are also contained among the records.

Dates for some of the undated records in this Medical Education series have been established using Cornell University Medical College announcements for 1952/53 through 1956/57.

1 1
Brooklyn Public School 192 and Brooklyn Technical High, Certificates and Report Cards, 1940-1945
 
Brooklyn College, 1948-1957 [subseries]:
1 2
Partial Transcript, Physics Papers, 1951, 1957
1 3
Psychology Notebook, (ca. 1948-1952
 
Cornell University Medical School, 1952-1956 [subseries]:

(Lecture Notes, Handouts, Course Materials)

1 4
Bacteriology
1 5
Bones and Nutrition
1 6
Burns
1 7
Cancer
 
Clinical Pathology [subseries]:
1 8
Clinical Pathological Conference, 1954-1955
1 9
Clinical Pathology
1 10
Clinical Pathology-Kidney Diseases
1 11
Comprehensive Care and Teaching Program
1 12
Endocrinology
1 13
Final Exam, June 1956
1 14
Fluids and Electrolytes
1 15
Fungal Diseases
1 16
Gastroenterology
1 17
General Ephemera
1 18
Headache
1 19
Hermatology
1 20
Introductory Medicine-Infectious Diseases
1 21
Neuroanatomy
1 22
Neurological Diseases
1 23
Neuropathology
2 1
Notebooks
2 2
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 3
Ophthalmology
2 4
Papers
2 5
Parasitology
 
Pathology [subseries]:
2 6
Pathology (general)
2 7
Pathology-Autopsy Care
2 8
Pathology-Heart Disease
2 9
Pediatrics
2 10
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
2 11
Physical Diagnosis
 
Physiology [subseries]:
2 12
Physiology-Lab Manual
2 13
Physiology (general)
2 14
Psychiatry
2 15
Psychosomatic Medicine
2 16
Public Health
2 17
Radiation and X-Ray
2 18
Rehabilitation
2 19
Respiratory Diseases
2 20
Surgery
3 1-4
Textbooks and Laboratory Manuals
3 5
Tuberculosis
3 6
Urology
3 7
Venereal Diseases
3 8
Viral and Rickettsial Diseases
 
Harvard Medical School [subseries]:
3 9
Dr. Semrad's Seminar (handouts and minutes), 1958
3 10
Psychiatric Residency (notices and program proposal), 1957-1960
3 11
Rehabilitation-Milieu Therapy (speech preparation notes, outlines, summaries, and other course materials), 1957-1958
 
Harvard University School of Public Health, 1957-1960 [subseries]:

(Lecture Notes, Handouts, Course Materials)

3 12
Biostatistics
4 1-2
Caplin, Gerald Papers
4 3
Community Project on Mental Retardation
 
Epidemiology [subseries]:
4 4
Epidemiology (general)
4 5
Epidemiology-Mental Deficiencies
4 6
Epidemiology of Chronic Diseases
4 7
Final Exam, June 1960
4 8
History of Medicine
4 9
Human Community
4 10
Lundstedt, Sven Papers
5 1
Maternal and Child Health
5 2
Mental Health Programs
5 3
Mental Retardation Study
5 4
Nutrition
5 5
Official Registration Form
5 6
Public Health Practice
5 7
Research Methods in Community Health
 
Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 1957-1960 [subseries]:
5 8
Community Extension Service (interviews, data analysis, questionnaire)
5 9
Etiology of Schizophrenia (patient case notes, research notes)
5 10
Intra-staff Conflict as a Means of Administrative Control (abstracts, manuscripts)
5 11
Norfolk Legal Medicine Seminar (patient case notes)
5 12
Rehabilitation Lecture
5 13
Research Conference-Patterns of Transition from Hospital to Community
6 1-2
Rutland Corner House-Report on Research in Progress (draft copies, manuscripts)
6 3
Miscellaneous Notes
6 4
Walter Reed Army Medical Center (notes, payroll change slip)
 
Yale University School of Medicine, 1956-1957 [subseries]:
6 5
Department of Pediatrics, Case Summaries
6 6
General
6 7
Letter to New England Journal of Medicine, 1958
6 8
Serum Akerfeldt Test for Schizophrenia in Children(manuscripts, papers)
 
Series II: National Institute of Mental Health Records, 1884-1982 [series]:

This series contains records which document Dr. Brown's tenure at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a division of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW). Dr. Brown began working at NIMH as a staff psychiatrist at the Mental Health Study Center of NIMH in 1960. He held increasingly more responsible positions at NIMH leading to his appointment as Director in 1970.

The series has been divided into two subseries: Special Topics and Program and Policy Records, to reflect their contents and the original order of the records. Note that some of the same topics are covered in both of the subseries in the NIMH Series.

 
Subseries 1: Special Topics [subseries]:

This subseries contains records maintained by Dr. Brown throughout his career at NIMH on selected special topics. The bulk of the records date from 1959 through 1974. The records include correspondence, internal memoranda, reports, congressional testimony, legislative materials, meeting minutes and notes, press releases, published articles, and clippings. Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Topics in this series often relate to Dr. Brown's special assignments or federal commission appointments made either by the Secretary of DHEW or the President of the United States. Dr. Brown was appointed Special Assistant for Drug Abuse Prevention to the Secretary of DHEW, beginning soon after his appointment as Director of NIMH in 1970. Consequently, a significant portion of records in this series falls under the topic of drug abuse prevention and documents Dr. Brown's efforts to combat drug abuse at the federal level. As drug abuse became a major national issue in the early 1970s, DHEW became the lead agency in 1971 with Dr. Brown as chairman of a White House Inter-Agency Task Force established to coordinate federal drug abuse prevention programs. Documents regarding federal efforts to combat drug abuse include a group of Decisions Papers on drug abuse prevention from the President's Domestic Council; White House Inter-Agency Task Force reports on drug abuse prevention and narcotic addiction; Food and Drug Administration's methadone regulations; and a report to Congress prepared by DHEW titled "Marihuana and Health" in 1971.

Notable among the records regarding drug abuse prevention are statements of, and briefing materials for, DHEW and Department of Justice officials who testified at a series of congressional hearings on the topic from 1969 through 1971. A sample of the legislation covered in these records includes the Drug Abuse Education Act of 1969, the Drug Abuse and Narcotics Crime Control Act of 1969, and the Narcotic Rehabilitation Act of 1970. In addition, records in the series from NIMH's Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse Division, Anti-Drug Abuse Media Project, Clinical Research Center in Kentucky, and the Center for Studies of Narcotic and Drug Abuse document the agency's efforts at instituting drug abuse prevention programs.

Although NIMH's efforts to fight alcohol abuse and alcoholism were closely aligned with drug abuse prevention programs, the series contains fewer records on the topic of alcoholism. Records regarding alcoholism cover DHEW's strategy for implementing the Comprehensive Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Act of 1970, the National Advisory Committee on Alcoholism, and an alcoholism treatment program for federal employees.

Dr. Brown became Chief of the Community Mental Health Facilities Branch of NIMH in March 1964 soon after the passage of the Community Mental Health Center's (CMHC) Act of 1963. Records on the topic of Community Mental Health Centers include mostly background materials on the CMHC's Act, including congressional testimony, legislative history, regulations, a section-by-section analysis, drafts, criticisms, cost projections, and a general history. Also of interest are reports and background material on NIMH's Mental Health Study Center (MHSC), a community mental health center established in Prince George's County, Maryland, in 1948. In 1965, the MHSC became a model study program for a comprehensive CMHC after passage of the CMHC's Act. Other notable records on CMHCs, include a "Workbook for Developing CMHCs," CMHC grant program guidelines, background material on the Hill-Burton Construction Program, and a 1966 DHEW report titled "Current Status of CMHC Program."

Other significant records cover violence, children, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, criminal justice, poverty, and the USSR. Records on the topic of violence cover Dr. Brown's membership on the President's Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (Eisenhower Commission) after urban riots and the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy occurred in 1968; and an NIMH study commissioned by the National Advisory Mental Health Council to study mass violence. Regarding the topic of children and mental health is a 1969 report titled "A Summary of Recommendations" by the Joint Commission on the Mental Health of Children. Records on the topic of "St. Elizabeth's Hospital" (SEH), which concern the transfer of SEH from NIMH control to the District of Columbia, contain historical documentation on facilities which housed the criminally insane at SEH. Materials from meetings of the Advisory Committee to the National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice address the topic "criminal justice." The demands of the "Poor People's Campaign" in 1968 to DHEW and DHEW's responses are found under the topic "poverty." Reports of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration's Women's Council, DHEW are listed under the topic "alcoholism." Transcriptions of Dr. Brown's interviews with participants in the U.S.-USSR Joint Committee for Health Cooperation may be found under the topic "USSR."

7 1
Abortion (1970)
 
Aging [subseries]:
7 2
Clippings, 1971
7 3
Hearings on Aging-Statement by Dr. Brown before Senate Committee on Labor, Subcommittee on Aging, June 1976
7 4
NIH-National Advisory Council on Aging, 1975
7 5
NIMH-Program on Aging, Options Paper, 1977
 
Alcoholism [subseries]:
7 6
Alcoholic and Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Amendments of 1968, Secretary's Briefing Book, 1968
7 7-9
Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Act of 1970
 
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare(DHEW)
7 10
Employee Alcoholism Treatment and Rehabilitation Policy, April 1970
 
Health Services and Mental Health Administration (HSMHA)
7 11
Employee Alcoholism Treatment Program, May 1972
7 12
Implementation of the Comprehensive Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Act of 1970
8 1
National Advisory Committee on Alcoholism, 1970
8 2
National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, membership, January 1973
8 3
National Center for the Prevention and Control of Alcoholism, 1960
 
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
8 4
General, 1970-1973
8 5
Director and Branch Chief Appointments, 1970-1971
8 6
NIMH-DOT (Dept. of Transportation), National Highway Safety Bureau, Memo of Understanding, December 1970
 
Behavior Modification [subseries]:
8 7
DHEW, Secretary's Briefing, 1974
8 8
Press Conference, July 1975
8 9
Bicentennial, 1976
 
CHAMPUS (Office of the Civilian Health and Medical Programs of the Uniformed Services) [subseries]:
8 10
General, 1974-1976
 
Hearings (1976)
8 11
Statement by Dr. Brown Before Senate Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Permanent Investigations, June 1976
8 14
Statements by Dr. Langsley and Dr. Pugh Before Senate Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Permanent Investigations, June 1976
8 13
Select Committee on Psychiatric Care and Evaluation(SCOPCE)
 
Children [subseries]:
9 1
Can-Do-It (Children Action Now for the Development of Options in Treatment), 1978
9 2
Child and Maternal Health Policy Board, 1975
9 3
Child Youth Advisory Group, 1975
9 4
Clippings, 1967
9 5
DHEW, Office of Child Development, 1969
9 6
DHEW, U.S. Office of Education (USOE)-NIMH Joint Planning Committee, Child Advocacy Programs, 1970
 
Head Start
9 7-8
Advisory Committee, 1969
9 9-10
Reports, 1965-1969
 
Joint Commission on Mental Health of Children
9 11
General
9 12-13
Report, April 1969
10 1-2
Report, April 1969
10 3
Maternal and Child Health Amendments of 1971
 
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
10 4-5
Child Mental Health Committee, 1970-1971
10 6
Child Mental Health Research Grants, 1972
10 7
Child Mental Health Research Press Conference, November 1972
10 8
Child Mental Health Services Program Prospectus, 1965
10 9
Child Mental Health Services Work Group, December 1975
10 10
Consultation and Special Services Branch-"American Children and Their Families in Overseas Communities and Schools", June 1966
11 1
Infant Mental Health Study Program, November-December, 1966
11 2
NIMH-NICHD (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) Joint Proposal, Report to House Appropriations Committee "Emotional And Intellectual Development of the Child", March 24, 1977
11 3
White House Conference on Children, April 3, 1970
 
Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) [subseries]:
 
Articles
11 4
"Community Mental Health Centers: President's Commission on Mental Health Overview" (S. Sharfstein, 1979)
11 5
"Whatever Happened to Community Mental Health?" (D. Musto, 1975)
11 6-7
Background and Reference ("Green Gospel" Binder), ca. 1967
11 8
Budget Testimony for 1972
11 9
Clippings, 1967-1968
 
Community Mental Health Center's (CMHC's) Act of 1963
11 10
Background Materials
11 11
Briefing Book for Secretary
11 12
Briefing Book-Questions and Answers (Black Book)
11 13
Comments
11 14
Cost Projections
11 15
Criticisms (Hoch Response)
11 16
Drafts
11 17
Hill-Burton Construction Program, 1965-1966
12 1-2
Legislative History
12 3
Public Health Service (PHS), NIHM-DHMF (Div. of Hospital and Mental Facilities)Authority, Felix-Graning Meeting Materials, 1964
12 4
Regulations
12 5
Section-by-Section Analysis
12 6
Testimony by DHEW Secretary before Senate Labor and Welfare Committee, Sept. 4, 1963
 
Amendments
12 7
Amendments of 1967
12 8-9
Amendments of 1969, Briefing Book
13 1
Amendments of 1975, Section-by-Section Analysis
13 2
Narcotic Addict Amendments of 1968, Transfer of Civil Commitment Authority, Briefing Book
13 3
Staffing Grant Amendments, Briefing Book, 1965
13 4
Community Mental Health Center's (CMHC's) Legislation-Statement by B. Jones (DHEW) Before House Committee on Interstate Commerce, Subcommittee on Health and Safety, July 10, 1963
13 5
Congressional Inquiries, 1970
13 6
Construction of CMH Facilities-Planning, Financing, Legal Mechanisms, May 1962
 
Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW)
13 7
Presentation by Secretary to Governors, "Current Status of CMHC Program", June 30, 1966
13 8
Presentation by Secretary to Governors, "Current Status of CMHC Program" -Unused Material, June 30, 1966
13 9
Public Health Service (PHS), Management Study Team, Briefing Materials, 1975
 
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Community Services Branch (CSB), Mental Health Study Center (MHSC)
14 1-2
Demonstration Comprehensive Mental Center, 1965-1966
14 3-4
Reports, 1948-1962
14 5
Trip Reports, 1960
14 6
Financing of CHMC's Briefing Paper, 1970
14 7
Grant Programs Guidelines, 1966
14 8
Impoundment of Grant Funds, 1973
14 9
Information Packet, 1964
14 10
Legislative Initiative, July 1964
14 11
Mental Health Services Program Division, CHMC's Support Branch, Community Support Section Report, December 1969
14 12
Planning Grants Proposal (Draft), 1962
15 1-2
Research Utilization Branch, Workbook for Developing CHMCs, 1962-1963
15 3
North Dakota Public Welfare Board, State Department of Health, Memorandum of Understanding, February 16, 1968
15 4
Rehabilitative Services (Soundview-Throgs Neck Comprehensive MHC), 1969
15 5
Special Report, November 1969
 
Criminal Justice [subseries]:
 
Criminal Justice, Department of Justice (DOJ), Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA)
15 6
Clippings, 1974
15 7
Justice System Improvement Act of 1978
15 8
National Institute of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Directorship, September-November 1974
 
National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (NILECJ) Advisory Committee Meetings
15 9
September 28, 1974
15 10
January 31-February 1, 1975
15 11
July 11, 1975
15 12
November 20-21, 1975
15 13
February 20, 1976
15 14
September 30, 1976
15 15
February 9-10, 1977
15 16
April 6, 1977
15 17
May 1977
16 1
October 6, 1977
16 2
January 12-13, 1978
 
National Criminal Justice Referral Service, 1975-1976
16 4
Program Plan FY 1978-1979
16 5
"Studying the Police" (G. Caplan, 1976)
 
National Institute of Mental Health
16 6
Joint Sponsorship of Research Proposal, "Effects of Institutional Isolation", May 1974
16 7
Liaison Committee, 1970-1971
16 8-9
State Criminal Justice Planning Agencies, July-August 1970
17 1
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Cooperation, Mental Health Litigation, 1974-1975
17 2
Parole Outcomes Report, 1968
17 3
Penal Institutions, Clippings
17 4
Sex Offenders Chapter, ca. 1948
 
Dilatin [subseries]:
17 5
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Psychopharmacology Research, 1966-1970
17 6-8
Study Reports and Articles, 1966-1967
 
Drug Abuse Prevention [subseries]:
 
Articles
17 9
"Criteria for a Socially Sanctioned Drug" (M. Huxley, August-September 1970
17 10
"The Current Drug Scene" (S. Yolles, February 1970)
17 11
"Drug Use and Treatment Programs for Drug Dependent People in New England (New England Economic Research Foundation, November 1969)
17 12
"Heroin Maintenance for Narcotic Addicts Issues and Evidence" (B. Brown and L. Koran, July 1972)
17 13
"Marihuana" (L. Greenspoon, November 1969)
17 14
"Psychiatrists, Marijuana, and the Law: A Survey" (P. Lowinger, March 1970)
17 15
Clippings, Marijuana and LSD, 1970
17 16
Congressional Black Caucus, Drug Abuse Prevention Recommendations, April 1971
18 1
Congressional Inquiries, 1970
 
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (DHEW)
18 2
Division of Operations Analysis, "Report of A Study on the Narcotics Problem and the PHS Hospitals", July 1965
18 3
HSMHA, Methadone Maintenance, 1970, 1972
18 4
Medical Leadership and Drug Abuse Conference, December 7, 1971
18 5
Medical Leadership and Drug Abuse Meeting, January 5, 1973
18 6-7
Report to Congress, "Marijuana and Health", January 31, 1971
18 8
"Secretary Richardson's Drug Abuse Issue Briefing", August-September 1970
 
Special Assistant to the Secretary for Drug Abuse Prevention
18 9
Information Memorandum I, February 12, 1971
18 10
Information Memorandum II, April 23, 1971
18 11
Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse Treatment Programs Evaluation, April 14, 1972
18 12
Department of Justice (JOJ), Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD), Marijuana Reports, December 1970
18 13
Drug Abuse Council, News Release
 
Executive Office of the President, February 1975
19 1
Commission on Marijuana and Abuse, 1970-1971
19 2
Domestic Council Decision Paper on Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse, March 19, 1971
19 3
Domestic Council Decision Paper on Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse, DHEW Response, March 19, 1971
19 4
Domestic Council Decision Paper on Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse, DOJ Response, March 30, 1971
19 5-6
Federal Agencies Drug Use Programs Report, May-June 1971
19 7
Interdepartmental Task Force No. 1, Preliminary Draft Report, "Marijuana and Dangerous Drugs", May 1969
 
Inter-Agency Task Force on Drug Abuse Prevention
19 8-9
General, October-November, 1970
19 10
"Alternative Programs and Levels of Federal Involvement Responding To The National Problems of Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse" "Approaches to a National Policy and Program on Narcotics and Drug Abuse", November 30, 1970
20 1
"Approaches to a National Policy and Program on Narcotics and Drug Abuse" Drafts, December 11, 1970
20 2-3
"Approaches to a National Policy and Program on Narcotics and Drug Abuse" Paper, December 23, 1970
20 4
Comments on Task Force Report on Narcotics and Drug Abuse, December, 1970
20 5
Staff Report, March-April 1971
20 6
National Drug Abuse Strategy Council, DHEW Participation, ca. 1972
20 7
NIMH Statement on Drug Abuse, October 1970
 
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention(SAODAP)
20 8-9
General, 1971-1972
20 10
Methadone Treatment Policy Review Board, January, July 1973
20 11
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information (NCDAI), Program Management Information System (PROMIS), January-April 1972
20 12
White House-DHEW-DOJ Meeting Notes, June 21, 1971
20 13-14
First National Treatment Alternatives to Street Crimes Conference, September 11, 1973
21 1
Food and Drug Administration, Methadone Regulation, Propose Final Order, January 1971
 
Ford Foundation
21 2
General, 1970
21 3
National Commission on Drug and Narcotic Abuse, Preliminary Report, June 1968
21 4
National Commission on Drug Abuse and Social Change, Proposal, 1969
21 5-7
"Summary of Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations of the Drug Abuse Survey Project, Appendix A, B, & C", November 1970
21 8
Government Accounting Office (GAO) Draft Report to Congress, "Limited Impact of Federal Programs For Treating and Rehabilitation Addicts", April 1971
21 9
Hastings Committee Paper, ca. 1972
21 10
House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, 1976-1977
21 11
Interface, Inc., D.C., October 1968-April 1969
 
Legislation
21 12
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970
21 13
Controlled Dangerous Substance Act of 1969
21 14
Drug Abuse Education Act of 1969, Statement by K. Besterman (NIMH, Div. of Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse) Before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Special Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Narcotics, August 27, 1970
21 15-17
Drug Abuse Hearings (H.R. 13742 and H.R. 17463), Statement by Dr. S. Egeberg (DHEW) Before the House Ways and Means Committee, July 20, 1970
22 1
Drug Abuse Hearings (H.R. 17463), Statement by Attorney General John Mitchell Before the House Ways and Means Committee, July 20, 1970
22 2
Drug Abuse and Narcotic Crime Control Act of 1969 (S. 3071), Statement by Dr. S. Egeberg (DHEW) Before Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, December 1969
22 3
Drug Abuse Office and Treatment Act of 1972 (Titles IV and V, P.L. 92-555), Implementation Plan, 1972
22 4
Drug Dependence Hearings, Testimony by Dr. Brown on NIMH Drug Abuse Research Before House Select Committee on Crime, June 3, 1971
22 5-6
Drug Dependence Hearings, Testimony by Vernon Wilson (HSMHA) and Bertram Brown Before the Senate Labor Committee, Subcommittee on Alcoholism And Narcotics, May 7, 1971
22 7
Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of 1966 (H.R. 17269)
22 8
Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act of 1970 (H.R. 17269), Statements by G. Hicks, P. Rodino, and Dr. Brown Before House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee No. 4
22 9
P.L. 91-513, NIMH Responsibilities, 1971
22 10
S. 3562, Statement by Dr. M. Miller (NIMH) Before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Special Subcommittee On Alcoholism and Narcotics, March 24, 1970
22 11
Senate Committees and Subcommittees,, November 8, 1971
22 12
Uniformed State Controlled Dangerous Substances Act, Statement by the Attorney General Before the White House Governors' Conference, December 3, 1969
22 13
Massachusetts Comprehensive Drug Rehabilitation Act (Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson), December 1968; November 1969
22 14
NATO, Committee for Challenges to Modern Society (CCMS) Drug Rehabilitation Projects, 1971-1972
 
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
22 15
General, 1970-1971
23 1
Center for Studies of Narcotic and Drug Abuse, Division of Special Mental Health Problems, Special Reports, December 1967-January 1968)
23 2
Clinical Research Center, Lexington, KY, 1970
23 3
Communications Office, Anti-Drug Abuse Media Project, February-March 1972
23 4
Consumers Affairs Office, "Prohibit or Limit Media Advertising of Drugs", December 1970
23 5
Departmental Committee on Drug Abuse, March-June 1970
23 6
District of Columbia Narcotics Treatment Agency Grant Application, February-June 1970
23 7
Drug Abuse Research Projects, March-April 1971
23 8
Forth Worth Clinical Research Center Closing, 1969-1971
23 9
LSD Research, August-December 1975
23 10
Legislative Services Branch, "Narcotic and Drug Abuse Legislative Information," ca. 1970
 
Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse Division
23 11
General, October 1968)
23 12
Candidate for Director, April 23, 1971
23 13
Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Branch (NARB), James McHugh Investigation, May-June 1972
23 14
Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Branch (NARB), Program Evaluation, 1971-1972
23 15
Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Branch (NARB), "The Role of NIMH in the Field of Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation," (L. Chatham, February 16-17, 1971
23 16
State Abuse Drug Abuse Education Programs, ca. 1970
23 17
NIMH-HSMHA, Lead Agency, Drug Abuse Programs, February-May, 1971
23 18
President Nixon's Address to the American Medical Association, ca. 1971
23 19
Presidential Message Outline, "Combatting Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse," ca. May 1971
23 20
Presidential Remarks, Custom Inspection Procedures at JFK Airport, March 20, 1972
24 1
UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (Geneva, Switzerland, October 1971
24 2
UN Conference on Psychotropic Drugs (Vienna, Austria, January-February 1971
24 3
White House Committee on the Treatment and Prevention of Drug Addiction and Drug Austria, Report, ca. 1970
24 4
White House Radio Executives Conference, Remarks by Dr. Brown, October 14, 1970
24 5
World Health Organization Meeting (Geneva, Switzerland, February 23, 1972
24 6
World Health Organization, NIMH Network for Information on Psychotropic Drugs and Drugs Of Abuse, 1973
24 7
Family Planning, 1970
24 8
Indians [Native Americans], APA Task Force on Indian Affairs, 1973
 
Manpower and Training [subseries]:
24 9
American Psychiatric Association (APA) White Paper, "The Crisis in Psychiatric Manpower: Toward a National Psychiatric Manpower Policy," January 1977
24 10
Article, "Proposals for New Initiatives in NIMH's Services Manpower Policy," January 1977
24 11
Health Services Personnel Act of 1967
 
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
24 12
Ad Hoc Committee on Training, 1969-1971
24 13
Manpower and Training Programs Division, 1976
 
Mental Health Career Development (MHCD)
24 14
Psychiatric Members Profiles, July 1970
24 15
Conference, February 1972
25 1
Conference, February 1973
25 2
Mental Health Training Committee, October 1964
25 3
Services Manpower Task Force, 1975
 
Public Health Service (PHS)
25 4
Continuing Education and Training Committee, 1966-1968)
25 5
National Service Plan, 1969-1970
 
Medicare [subseries]:
25 6
APA Standards, 1965
 
Social Security Amendments of 1965 (H.R. 6675
25 7
General
25 8
Mental Health Advisory Groups
25 9
Work Group on Standards for Hospitals and Extended Care Facilities, Psychiatric Hospitals
 
Minorities-NIMH, Center for Minority Group Health Programs [subseries]:
25 10
General
25 11
Press Release, November 1970
 
National Advisory Mental Health Council (NAMHC) [subseries]:
25 12
General, 1974
25 13
75th Meeting, Crisis in Child Mental Health, September 29-30, 1969
26 1
79th Meeting, September 14-15, 1970
26 2-3
100th Meeting, September 16-18, 1975
26 4
101st Meeting, December 1-3, 1975
26 5
106th Meeting, December 6-7, 1976
26 6-7
109th Meeting, May 23-25, 1977
27 1
110th Meeting, September 7-9, 1977
27 2
Council Membership Recommendations, 1967
 
Director's Reports
27 3
March 19, 1973
27 4
September 10, 1973
27 5
March 15, 1976
27 6
Executive Committee Meetings, February 25, 1971
27 7
Kennedy Assassination, Condolences Telegram, November 22, 1963
27 8
National Association of State Mental Health Directors, 1977
27 9
Rescission Issues, December 10, 1974
 
White Paper
27 10
Drafts and Background, 1970
27 11
Policy Meeting Discussion, September 1970
27 12
[Untitled], ca. 1970
 
Poverty [subseries]:
27 13
Anacostia Human Services Project Proposal, September 27, 1968)
27 14
DHEW, Center for Community Planning, Pilot Neighborhood Centers Project, 1967
28 1-2
Poor People's Campaign Demands to DHEW, 1968
28 3
Urban Coalition on Program Development, Advisory Committee on Community Conflict and Change, 1968
28 4
Primary Prevention-Meetings, 1969
28 5
Psychosurgery-Statement of Dr. Brown Before the Subcommittee on Health, Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, U.S. Senate, February 23, 1973
 
Religion and Psychiatry [subseries]:
28 6
NIMH, Training Grant Applications, 1956-1962
28 7
Pastoral Counseling, 1962-1963
28 8
St. Johns University, Mental Health Institute, 1958-1962
28 9
Sex in Space
 
Sexism [subseries]:
28 10
APA Convention Notes, September 1974
28 11
Bibliographies, 1962-1974
28 12
DHEW, "ADAMHA [Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration] Women's Council Research Committee: Report and Recommendations," October 1975
29 1
DHEW, ADAMHA Women's Council, Second Annual Report, 1973-1975
 
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
29 2
Extramural Research Division, Behavioral Sciences Research Branch, Social Sciences Section, Workshop on the Role of Women, June 16-17, 1971
29 3-4
"Sexism and Mental Health," Editorial Advisory Group, 1973-1975
29 5
"Sexism and Mental Health," Editorial Advisory Group Selection, 1973-1974
29 6
Society for Psychotherapy Research Annual Meeting, Research on Psychotherapy with Women Workshop, June 1974
 
Saint Elizabeth's Hospital (SEH) [subseries]:
29 7
Annual Reports, 1949-1961, 1968
29 8
Awards Ceremony, May 1973
 
[Criminally Insane Patients], John Howard Pavilion
29 9-10
Historical Excerpts, 1884-1968
29 11
Monthly Reports, 1959-1960
29 12
Monthly Reports, 1961
30 1
Congressional Budget Justification, 1972
30 2
Congressional Testimony, House Committee on the District of Columbia, Statement by Dr. Brown, April 28, 1975
30 3
Directorship, Dr. Watson Appointment, East Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute Materials, 1976
 
DHEW
30 4
"Secretary's Advisor Group on the Future of SHE: Final Report", May 1964
30 5
Secretary for Health, Issues Analysis, April 1977
30 6
Secretary's Tour, Background Materials, June 1977
30 7
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, 1975-1976
 
Litigation
30 8
General, 1975-1976
 
Peele v. Califano
30 9
General, 1976-1978
30 10
Clippings, 1976-1978
30 11
Program and Management, Background Documents [folder 1], 1975-1977
31 1-2
Program and Management, Background Documents [folder 2-3], 1975-1977
31 3
National Commission for the Protection and Human Subjects (HEX) Visit, 1975
 
NIMH
31 4
"Director's Statement on St. Elizabeth's Hospital," 1969
31 5-6
Transfer to D.C., 1967, 1969-70
31 7
Transfer to D.C., 1976-77
32 1
SMR Meeting and SEH Awards Ceremony, June 23, 1970
32 2
Suicide-Center for Studies of Suicide Prevention
 
U.S.S.R. [subseries]:
 
Articles
32 3
"The Characteristics of the Process of Comparison in Schizophrenics," (T.K. Meleshko, 1966), 1966
32 4
"The Characteristics of Statistical Organization of Speech Process in Schizophrenics," (V.P. Kritskaya, 1966), 1966
32 5
Mental Retardation in the Soviet Union, 1962-1964
32 6
Articles Regarding Soviet Psychiatry, 1962-1980
32 7
Bibilographies Regarding Soviet Psychiatry, 1960-1972
32 8
Clippings, 1971-1973
32 9
Dissidents, Colloquium Paper, 1964
32 10
Georgia Academy of Sciences, Symposium on the Unconcious, 1975-1976
32 11
Mental Health Services, 1958-1978
32 12
NIMH, Psychiatric Research Institute USSR, Consultant Reports (J. Holland) [folder 1 of 2], 1972-73, 1976
33 1
NIMH, Psychiatric Research Institute USSR, Consultant Reports (J. Holland) [folder 2-3], 1972-73, 1976
33 2
Schizophrenia Studies, 1972-1980
 
U.S.S.R.-U.S. Joint Committee for Health Cooperation
33 3
Interviews, 1977-1978
33 4
NIMH Delegation Travel Materials, 1972
 
Violence [subseries]:
33 5
General, 1967-1968
33 6-8
American Bar Association, Commission on Correctional Facilities and Services, National Pretrial Diversion Service Center [folder 1-3 of 4], 1973-1976
34 1
American Bar Association, Commission on Correctional Facilities and Services, National Pretrial Diversion Service Center [folder 4 of 4], 1973-1976
 
Articles
34 2-4
"The Problem of Individual Violence: A Review of Some Major Issues and Concerns," (S. Shab and G. Weber), 1968
34 5
"Toward an Understanding of Mass Violence" (NIMH Staff), August 1967
34 6
Clippings, 1963-1967
 
Legislation
34 7
Hearings on Terrorism, Statement by Dr. Brown Before House Committee on Internal Security re: NIMH Research, August 15, 1974
34 8
Hearings on T.V. Violence, Statement by Dr. Brown Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Subcommittee on Communications re: NIMH Research, April 3, 1974
34 9
National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (Eishenhower Commission), June-November 1968
 
NIMH
34 10
Crime and Delinquency Center, 1968
35 1
Individual Violence Studies, 1968
35 2-3
Lemberg Center for Studies of Violence, Research, 1968
35 4
Research Contract Proposal, Brain Disease and Violent Behavior (Sweet Project), 1968
35 5
Role of the Community Mental Health Centers in Civil Disturbances Meeting, 1968
35 6-7
Urban Ghettos and Mass Violence Programs, 1968
35 8
President's Commission on Civil Disorders, NIMH Staff Committee on Civil Disorders
35 9
T.V. Violence
 
SUBSERIES 2: PROGRAM AND POLICY RECORDS [subseries]:

This subseries contains records which document Dr. Brown's responsibilities for developing and implementing program and policies while he held important leadership positions at NIMH. The bulk of the records date from 1966-1975 and largely cover his duties as Associate Director for Mental Health Service Programs in 1966, Deputy Director from 1967-1970, and Director of NIMH from 1970 through 1978. The records include correspondence, internal memoranda, reports, legislative material, meeting minutes, notes, organizational charts, press releases, published articles and clippings. The folders are arranged alphabetically by program or policy topic, and thereafter chronologically within the folder.

Notable among Dr. Brown's records as NIMH Director are his monthly reports and director's memoranda, budget justifications, and 5-Year Forward Plans for NIMH covering 1977 through 1983. The forward plans focused on improving the country's mental health care system, preventing mental illness, cutting costs, overseeing several reorganizations of NIMH, and coordinating a Presidential transition in 1968. They also contain records pertaining to Dr. Brown=s participation in small staff focus groups that discussed upcoming planning challenges. This series also contains special reports and records Dr. Brown maintained on research grant requests. Topics covered in the special reports cover a wide-range of important mental health policy issues including aging, child mental health, crime and violence, mental health emergency services, community mental health centers, and mental health financing. Attached to this report is Addendum B which provides a list of reports arranged alphabetically by topics covered to aid in locating reports.

Other important policy issues and administrative topics covered in the records include the administration of NIMH's regional offices, First Lady Roslyn Carter's mental health initiatives, federal-state cooperation in delivering mental health services, and equal employment and affirmative action policies at NIMH. NIMH's development of policies to advance women into the field of psychoanalysis and recruit minorities for leadership at NIMH during Dr. Brown's tenure is a prominent issue covered by the NIMH personnel records. Another program initiative in which Dr. Brown played a significant leadership role at NIMH was the promotion of a more effective partnership between State and Federal governments through his work with the Federal-State Relations Committee, an intergovernmental organization established to advance local governmental control in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Records pertaining to Dr. Brown's termination in 1978 by Joseph Califano, the Secretary of Health Education and Welfare, are also included in this series.

163 1
Aide memoires, draft and official, 1970-1974; n.d
36 1
Airlie House Meeting, 1966
36 2
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, 1977-1980
36 3
American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 1970
36 4
American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1977
 
Awards [subseries]:
36 5
Awards, 1977
36 6
Fleming Awards Ceremony, 1973
36 7
Honor Awards Ceremony, 1972
36 8
Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting, 1973
36 9
Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting-Building 36, 1975
 
Budget [subseries]:
36 10
1966-1969
36 11
Appropriations, 1946-1964
36 12
Appropriation Estimate, undated
36 13
Appropriation Estimate, ca. 1968
36 14
Congressional Justification for 1972 Budget, 1971
36 15
DSMHP Preliminary Budget, 1969
37 1
Justification of Appropriations Estimates for Committee on Appropriations FY 1975 Volume IV, c. 1974
37 2
Planning and Projections, 1969-1970
37 3
Preliminary Estimates, 1970-1971
37 4
Clinical Facilities Section Activities Summaries, 1965
 
Clippings [subseries]:
37 5-7
Clippings, 1966-1970
37 8
Grant to Montgomery County Medical Society from Health Fund Foundation, 1966
37 9
John Sherman, 1974
37 10
Termination, 1978
 
Community Mental Health Centers [subseries]:
37 11
General, 1962-1966
37 12
Grant Program, 1966
37 13
Los Angeles County, Briefing Material, 1977
37 14
Massachusetts Community Service Centers Construction Act, 1966
37 15
Muskie Subcommittee Intergovernment Relations, General, 1964
38 1
Muskie Subcommittee Intergovernment Relations, Mental Health Activities NIMH Responses
38 2
Muskie Subcommittee Intergovernment Relations, Narcotics NIMH Responses
38 3
Staffing, 1963
38 4
Staffing Bill House Rule 2985 Briefing Book for Secretary Black Book, undated
38 5
Community Organization and Services to Improve Family Living, 1968
38 6
Confidential Files, undated
38 7
Consultants to the Office of the Director, undated
38 8
Correspondence, 1962-1970
38 9
Council on Mental Health Background, 1969
 
Director's Memoranda [subseries]:
38 10
July 1970
38 11
May 1972
38 12
June 1972
38 13
October 1972
38 14
September 1973
38 15
Overseas Notes, 1972
38 16
State of the States, 1973
38 17
District of Columbia Corrections Study, 1968
38 18
Federal-State Mental Health Committee, 1972-1973
 
Federal-State Relations Committee [subseries]:
38 19
General, 1966
38 20
Governor's Conference, 1967
 
First Lady's Initiatives [subseries]:
38 21
1976-1977, 1982
39 1
1977
39 2
Foreign Medical Graduates in the United States, 1973
39 3
Freedom of Information Act, 1974-1975
 
Health, Education, and Welfare Department [subseries]:
39 4
Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs Merlin K. Dual, 1971
 
Secretaries
39 5
Cohen, Wilbur, 1968-1969
 
Richardson, Elliot
39 6
Camp David Retreat, 1971
39 7
Community Mental Health Centers Grant Briefing, 1969-1970
39 8
Correspondence, 1969
39 9
Health Services and Mental Health Administration [Confidential Phone Conversation], 1970
39 10
Health Services and Mental Health Administration-Management Conference, 1970
39 11
Los Angeles Trip, 1971-1977
39 12
Management Conference Briefing Materials, 1970
39 13
Meeting with National Assn of Mental Health, 1971-1974
39 14
Policy Development and Implementation, 1971
39 15
Speeches, 1970-1972
40 1
Speeches, 1970-1972
40 2
Staff Meeting, 1973
40 3
Health Options Task Force, 1970
 
Health Services and Mental Health Administration (HSMHA [subseries]:
40 4
Appropriations Hearing, 1971
40 5
Management Conference, 1971
40 6
Meeting of Acting Administrator, Principle Staff, Council and Committee Members, 1968
40 7
Strategy Meetings, 1969
40 8
Weekly Notes, [undated]
40 9
Hospital Commission, 1968
40 10
Human Services Institute, 1973
40 11
Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation, 1973-1977
 
Legislation [subseries]:
40 12
Comprehensive Health Planning and Public Health Services Amendments of 1966, S. 3008
40 13
Initiatives, 1971
40 14
Proposals Pending, 1967, 1969
40 15
Public Health Services Proposals, 1966
41 1
Social Security Amendments of 1965
41 2
Lithium Project, 1971-1974
41 3
Macro Systems, Ruth Camacho Visit, 1974
41 4
Medical Committee for Human Rights Metropolitan Washington Chapter, 1968
163 2
Meeting notes, telephone conversation notes, 1971-1977
163 4
Meeting notes, general notes, [holographic], 1972, [n.d.]
41 5
Mental Health Career Development, 1973
41 6
Mental Health Career Development Committee Meeting, 1968-1970
41 7
Mental Health Consumer and Citizen Advocacy Meeting, 1975
41 8
Montgomery County Affairs, 1969-1970
41 9
Moore Case, 1976
41 10
Multi-Source Funding and Management, 1973
41 11
National Advisory Mental Health Council
41 12
National Research Council Assembly of Life Sciences Meeting, 1975
41 13
National Science Foundation
41 14
National Task Force on Religion and Mental Health in Community, 1969
41 15
Nuremburg Indictment, 1973
163 5
Official memoranda and announcements, 1969; 1971-1980; n.d.
41 16
Peaceniks, 1967
 
Personnel [subseries]:
41 17
General, 1965-1970
41 18
BHI Survey Training Session, 1965, 1976-77
42 1
Commissioner for the Dept. of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services-June Christmas, New York, NY, 1974
42 2
Confidentiality, 1965
42 3
Cronin, Stephen G., 1963-1967
 
Equal Employment Opportunities
42 4
General, 1971
42 5-7
Affirmative Action Plan, 1969-1975
42 8
Civil Action, 1976
42 9
Female Recruitment, 1971
42 10
Implementation Conference, 1970-71
42 11
Meeting, 1972
 
Executive Staff
42 12
Close Circuit Television Statement, 1976
43 1
Foreign Programs, 1956-1962
43 2
Kaufman, Harold L. (M.D.), 1965-1969
42 3
Ochberg, Frank M. (M.D.), 1966-1969
43 4
Office of Equal Health Opportunity, 1966
43 5
Potential Members of National Center for Health Services Research Advisory Council, 1968
43 6
Public Health Services and Surgeon General Study, 1977
43 7
Security Representative, 1967-68
 
Staff College
43 8
People, Priorities, Policies, and Programs, 1975
43 9
Personal Recommendations, 1973
43 10
Torrey, E. F., 1967-1970
 
Planning [subseries]:
43 11
Administrative Objectives, 1972
43 12
Alerting Unit Proposal and Background, 1966
43 13
Biometrics, 1961
44 1
Departmental Objectives, 1976
44 2
Design, 1966-68
44 3
Evaluation Plan Report, 1969
44 4
Five Year Plan (Advance Planning Materials) FY 1973-1977
44 5
Five Year Projections (Program and Financial Plan) FY 1971-1975
44 6
Forward Plan for FY 1977-1981
44 7
Forward Plan for FY 1978-1982
44 8
Forward Plan for FY 1979-1983
44 9
Forward Plan for FY 1979
44 10
Health Care Program Comments, 1964
44 11
Health, Education, and Welfare Reorganization, 1977-1978
44 12
Health, Education, and Welfare Reorganization-Radical Simplification and Power to the People, 1972
45 1-2
Historical Background Bearing on the Need for a Bureau of Mental Health, 1963-64
45 3
Human Resources, 1971
45 4
Long Range, 1962
45 5
Objectives, 1971-72
45 6
Office of Program Analysis, 1965
45 7
Operations Planning Branch, 1971
45 8-9
Organization Charts, 1969-1977
45 10
Panel on Goals and Objectives, 1968
45 11
Presidential Transition, 1968
45 12
Primary Prevention Program, 1975
 
Reorganization
46 1
General, 1968
46 2
General, 1973-74
46 3
Assignment of Professional Staff, 1965-66
46 4
Crisis, 1967-68
46 5
Public Health Services, General, 1966-67
46 6
Public Health Services, Implementation, 1967
46 7
Reorganization, Region III Office, 1967
 
Small Staff
46 8
General, 1965-67
47 1
General, 1968-69
47 2
Director's Opening Statements, 1968
47 3
Health Planning, 1969
47 4-7
Meetings, 1965-1966
47 8
Memos, 1969
47 9
Personnel Crisis, 1966-67
47 10
Retreat, 1969
47 11
Space Allocation, 1966
47 12
Population Crisis Committee Conference, 1966-69
47 13
President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs, 1968
48 1
Press Conference with Dr. Brown, 1970
48 2
Public Advisory Committees, 1970
48 3
RAG Minutes, 1976
 
Regional Offices [subseries]:
48 4
General, 1967-68
48 5
Arizona, 1973-76
48 6
Maine, 1972-76
48 7
Missouri, 1967
48 8
Regional Health Director's Meeting, 1971
48 9
South Dakota, 1973
48 10
Staff Meeting, 1969-1972, 1976
48 11
[Staff Meeting Preparation], 1971
48 12
Texas, 1971
 
Reports [subseries]:
48 13
Albert Einstein College of Medicine Lincoln Hospital Mental Health Services, 1968
48 14
Alternative Approaches for the Support of Community Based Comprehensive Health Services, 1969
48 15
The Child of the 60's Mental Health Social Policy Considerations Draft, 1960
48 16
Director's Report, 1974
48 17
Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 1968-1971
49 1-3
Ecological Concepts and Mental Health Programs, n.d.
49 4
Environmental Design, 1969
49 5
Family Life, 1972
49 6
Health Syndicate, n.d.
49 7
Mental Health Disaster Assistance-Section on the Teton Dam Disaster, 1976
49 8-9
Mental Health of Urban America, 1968
49 10
Mental Health Services for Detroit, 1964
50 1
Mental Health Strategy Papers, 1971
50 2
Nader Report on Community Mental Health Centers, 1972
50 3
National Advisory Councils, 1970-71
50 4
New York State Mental Retardation Program, 1972
50 5
Organization and Governance Issue at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 1978
50 6
Perkins Report on the Commissioned Corps, 1971
50 7
Programs of the Health Services and Mental Health Administration (HSMHA), 1970
50 8
Right to Treatment, n.d.
50 9
Sexism and Mental Health, 1974
 
Special Reports
51 1-5
General, 1973-74
51 2
Hospital Improvement Program, 1968
51 7
National Institute of Mental Health and Behavioral Science, 1967
51 8
Review of Literature on Civil Rights and Mass Violence, 1967
51 9
Sexual Education Protest: Another Dissident Roar or an Organized Attack?, 1969
51 10
Volume I (folder 1 of 3), 1973
52 1-2
Volume I (folders 2-3 of 3), 1973
52 3-4
Volume II, 1973
52 5
Task Force Reports Critiques, 1974
52 6
To Pull Mental Health Services Into the Mainstream of of Health Services (without Drowning), 1973-78
52 7
Topics for Director's Presentation to Mental Health Authorities, 1973
 
Travel
163 3
Geneva, Switzerland, 1974
163 3
India, [n.d.]
163 3
Switzerland, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, 1973
52 8
Los Angeles, CA, 1971
52 9
Puerto Rico, 1981
52 10
Richmond, VA, 1970-73
52 11
Rubenstein, Robert to India, 1971-75
52 12
Torrey, E.F. to Hawaii, Australia, New Guinea, India and Pakistan, 1973
52 13
Willowbrook, NY, 1972
58 1-2
The Use of Human Subjects for Research by Harvey A. Stevens of Mental Health and Francis A. Enos, n.d.
53 3
Weekly Report of the Acting Director of the Division of Mental Health Service Program, 1975
 
Research Grants [subseries]:
53 4
Background, 1970
53 5
Charts, 1964-65
 
Community Mental Health Centers
53 6
Junior Village, Lowell, James, 1970
53 7
Montana, 1975
53 8
Palm Beach County, Brown's Visits, 1971-73
53 9
Community Mental Health Centers, San Francisco, CA, 1975
53 10
Cooper, Dr. Theodore, 1973-74
53 11
Discussion, 1976
53 12
Hospital Improvement Grant Program, 1963
54 1
Mental Health and Work Organization Summary Report of Cornell Occupational Mental Health Conference, 1969
54 2
Mental Health Planning Grants, 1964
54 3
Mental Health Project Grants, 1965
54 4
Miscellaneous, 1966
54 5
Planning Grants, 1962-1971
54 6
Planning Grants, 1963
54 7
Project Proposals, n.d.
54 8
Program Review Proposals, 1966
54 9
Rand-Deputy Director, 1963-68
54 10
Rand-Qualifications on Health Research, 1968
54 11
Rape Prevention Control Advisory Commission, 1976
54 12
Research Program Survey, 1961
55 1
Special Grants Committee Planning, 1963
55 2
Statistics, 1975
55 3
Toilet Training of Exceptional and Normal Children, 1970
55 4
Working Conference on Community Support Systems for Adults with Seriously Disabling Emotional Problems, 1976
55 5
Schedules, 1970-71
55 6
Social Science Training Review Committee, 1973
55 7
State of Union Message Suggestions of National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Staff, 1969
55 8
Student Mental Health Work-Study Internships, 1967
55 9
Surgeon General's Meetings, 1966
 
Termination from Directorship of NIMH [subseries]:
55 10
Califano Press Conference, 1977-78
55 11
Clippings, 1977-79
55 12
Correspondence, 1978
55 13
[General], 1977-78
55 14
Testimonial Dinner, 1978
55 15
Vietnam Refugees, 1975
 
Series III: Other Professional Activities, 1943-1986 [series]:

Of particular interest is Dr. Brown's activities as adviser, consultant, or board member with such organizations as the American Bar Association, American Psychiatric Association, Health Industries of America, Horizon Health Group, and the Rand Corporation. His work for these organizations in the late 1970s through the mid-1980s included: advising the National Pretrial Division Service Center, sponsored by the Commission on Correctional Facilities and Services, on legislative prison reforms and court cases; working as a fellow for the American Psychiatric Association's Council on National Affairs on policies affecting the mental health needs of minorities and women; serving as an Outside Director for Health Industries of America, a corporation which provided substance abuse and mental health services through the management of specialty hospitals, sub-acute facilities, and structured outpatient programs; acting as chairman of the board for the Horizon Health Group, a private health care development firm with a primary interest in developing psychiatric and alcohol treatment hospitals; providing consultant services for the Rand Corporation and the Hogg Foundation National Advisory Council; and membership on the American Psychiatric Association's Council on National Affairs.

Other records in this series pertain to Dr. Brown's professional activities during his time at NIMH but which were not part of his official assignment as an NIMH employee. These assignments included, but are not limited to, his appointment as Associate and then Clinical Professor to the George Washington University School of Medicine in 1969, and work as advisor starting in 1960 to the Patuxent Institute, a facility which housed convicted criminals with symptoms of antisocial or criminal behavior and mental illness. Records of particular importance in this series pertain to Dr. Brown's special assignment to President John F. Kennedy's Commission on Mental Health, and the President's Panel on Mental Retardation from 1961 through 1963. The Panel focused on the clinical services, residential care, education, and vocational rehabilitation of the mentally retarded.

This series contains records which pertain to Dr. Brown's professional activities outside of his official duties as a federal employee. The records include correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, reports, and charts documenting Dr. Brown's activities as a private consultant, board member, special adviser, educator, and private medical professional. The folders are arranged alphabetically by organizational affiliation or topic.

56 1
Accountability in Mental Health: A Review of the Issues with Particular Attention to State Policies (R. H. Beinecke, 1981
56 2
Action Against Mental Disability, 1970
56 3
Ad Hoc National Committee of Affective Disorders, 1967
56 4
Advisory Committee on Federal-State Relations, 1962
56 5
Air Force Medical Corporation and United States Public Health Service Commission, 1959-60
56 6
Air Traffic Controllers
56 7
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration-Minority Advisory Committee, 1976
56 8
Allentown and Sacred Heart Hospitals, 1979
56 9
Allerton Hospital-Research Observation Reports, 1959
56 10
American Association of Chairman of Departments of Psychiatry, 1968
56 11
American Association of Mental Deficiency-Directory, 1964
56 12
American Association of Correctional Psychologists, 1969
56 13
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 1979
 
American Bar Association (ABA [subseries]:
56 14
General (folder 1 of 2), 1979-1982
57 1
General (folder 2 of 2), 1979-1982
57 2
Basics, 1976
 
Commission on Correctional Facilities and Services [subseries]:
57 3
General, 1973
57 4
General, 1976-77
57 5
General, 1977
57 6
Agenda Items, ca. 1977
57 7
Amicus Curiae Regarding Gary Long and Robert Jones, 1976
57 8
[Case Involving] Ex-Offender Licensure, 1977
57 9
Committee Review of Standard, 1976-78
58 1
Final Reports to the House of Delegates, 1978
58 2
Health Care in Correctional Facilities, 1976-78
58 3
Meetings, 1975-1976
58 4
Meetings, 1977
58 5
Meetings, 1978
58 6
Papers, 1975
58 7
Press Access to Correctional Facilities
58 8
Prison Population, 1975
59 1
Proposed Criminal Diversions Act of 1977
59 2
Publications, 1976-77
 
Commission on the Mentally Disabled [subseries]:
59 3
1976, 1976
59 4
1981, 1981
59 5
1981-82, 1981-82
59 6
Position Paper on Human Experimentation, 1976
59 7
Uniform Corrections Act, n.d.
59 8-9
American Board of Psychiatric and Neurology, 1969-77
 
American College of Psychiatrists [subseries]:
59 10
1973, 1981, 1973, 1981
59 11
1976, 1976
59 12
1982, 1982
59 13
American Health Planning Association, 1981-82
59 14
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc., 1978-80
60 1
American Medical Association Conference, 1964
60 2-4
American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1979-1982
 
American Psychiatric Association [subseries]:
60 5
1976, 1976
60 6
1978-1980, 1978-1980
60 7-8
1979-1981
60 9-10
1981-1982
60 11
Application, 1972
60 12
Asian American Psychiatrists, 1981
60 13
Black Psychiatrists, 1981
60 14
Call to Action for the Chronic Mentally Ill Patient, 1979
60 15
Committee on Abuse and Misuse of Psychiatry in the United States, 1981
61 1
Committee on Women, 1981
61 2-3
Correspondence, 1980-1982
61 4-8
Council on National Affairs [5f], 1980-82
61 9
Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexual Issues, 1980-81
61 10
Industrial Psychiatry, 1965, 1981
61 11
Mental Health Survey, 1968
61 12
Oskar Pfister Award, 1981
61 13
Program Committee, 1967-1970
61 14
Psychiatric News, 1968-1976
62 1-2
Report of the Task Force on the Psychiatric Aspect of Terrorism, 1982
62 3
American Public Health Association, 1965
62 4
Asian-Pacific Mental Health Workers, 1979-1981
62 5
Atlantic Treatment Center, 1982
62 6
Biometrics-Trend of Mental Health Population, 1963
62 7
Boards, 1961-2, 1968
62 8
Boards of Visitors, 1978-1980
62 9
Bronx Project, 1982
62 10
Brooklyn College Commencement-Award, 1978
62 11
Bureau of Mental Health "Black Book", 1962-63
62 12
Canadian Council on Hospital Accreditation, 1981
63 1
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1981-82
63 2
CEDU Foundation and School, 1982
63 3
Center for Effective Philanthropy, 1981-82
63 4
Center for the Well-Being of Health Professionals, 1981
63 5
Children and Youth, 1981-82
63 6
Children at Risk Symposium, 1982
63 7
Citizens for the Treatment of High Blood Pressure Inc., 1978
 
Clippings [subseries]:
63 8
1965-1978, 1965-1978
63 9
1980-1983, 1980-1983
63 10
Committee of Black Psychiatrists, 1981
63 11
Committee on Internal Security of the House of Representatives-Statement, 1974
63 12
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dept. of Mental Health-Progress of Court Clinics in Massachusetts, 1958
63 13
Community Mental Health Services, 1982
63 14
Coordinating Council for Higher Education, 1970
64 1
Corrections Task Force, 1965
64 2
Coston, William D. (Esq.)-Peabody, Lambert, & Meyers, 1981
64 3
Courses by Newspaper Program, 1977
 
Culture Therapies Project [subseries]:
64 4
1965-1977
64 5-6
[undated]
64 7
Role of the Arts in Teaching Academic Skill to Children with Learning Disorders, 1965-1977
64 8
Delinquent in a State Residential Facility for the Mentally Retarded, undated
64 9
Directory of Psychiatrists in Latin America, 1968
64 10
Divorce/Family Mediation, 1981-82
64 11
Dynamics of Mental Retardation, 1964
64 12
Eastway Corporation, 1982
64 13
"Eliminating the Unfit-Is Sterilization the Answer?", 1966
64 14
Emerging Issues, 1981
64 15
Emeritus Institution, 1975-78
65 1
Excalibur Associates, 1981-82
65 2
Executive Seminars on Stress and Terrorism, 1976-1981
65 3
Expert Committee on Organization of Mental Health Services in Developing Countries, 1974
65 4
Family Violence in the Military, 1980-81
65 5
Federal Prisons Project Psychiatric Hospital-Butler, NY, 1960-67
65 6
Federal Research Activity in Mental Retardation for a Review with Recommendation for the Future, 1977
65 7
Federation for American Immigration Reform, 1982
66 1-2
Festival Internationale Echternach, 1979-1981
66 3
Foundation, 1980-81
66 4
[General], 1943-1982
 
George Washington University [subseries]:
66 5
1969, 1969
66 6
1971, 1971
66 7
Brown Reappointment, 1976
66 8
Clinical Professorship, 1982
66 9
Law Center Legal Intern Program, 1967
66 10
Edward Glasser and Associates, 1981-82
66 11
Good News Newsletter, 1982
66 12
Grolietr Incorporated, 1980
66 13
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, 1965-67
67 1
Guayana Massacre, 1978
67 2
Gulf Coast Treatment Center, 1982
67 3
Hahneman Medical College, 1982
 
Health, Education, and Welfare [subseries]:
67 4
Awards Ceremony, 1976-77
67 5
Budget Response to Joint Committee on Mental Illness and Presidential Panel on Mental Retardation Recommendation, 1962
67 6
Fact Sheets on Administrative Proposals on Mental Illness and Mental Retardation, 1963
67 7
National Institute of Education, 1978
67 8
Programs and Financial Assistance, 1963-65
67 9
Response to Presidential Panel on Mental Retardation Recommendations, 1962
67 10
Secretary's Commission, 1963
 
Health Industries of America (HIA [subseries]:
67 11
1984, 1984
67 12
Board Meeting, 1983
67 13
Business Plan, 1983
67 14
Company Profile, 1983
67 15
Meeting of Shareholders, 1984-85
67 16
Report from Denver, 1984
67 17
Health Mobilization, 1966
67 18
Health Services and Mental Health Administration, 1968-70
 
Hearings-House Rule 3688 and 3689, 1963 [subseries]:
68 1
Facilities for Mental Illness and Mental Retardation Testimony
68 2
Notes
68 3
Summary of Public Health Service Mental Health Program
68 4
Hearings on S. 755 and S. 756-Facilities for Mental Illness and Mental Health
68 5
Hebrew University of Jerusalem the Soviet and East European Research Center-A Research Project on Legal Consciousness Carried Out by the All-Union Institute For the Study of the Causes of Crime, 1977
68 6
Hispanic Market Research, 1981-82
 
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health [subseries]:
68 7
1978, 1978
68 8
1981-1982, 1981-1982
68 9
Ad Hoc Committee on Student Counseling, 1966
68 10
Annual Report, 1966-67
69 1
First Congress of Black Professionals in Higher Education, 1967-1972
69 2
Philanthropy in the Southwest, 1964-65
69 3
Program and Policies, 1968
69 4
"Taking the Mental Temperature of America", 1972
 
Horizon Health Group [subseries]:
69 5
1982, 1982
69 6
Correspondence, 1981-82
69 7
Jacksonville Psychiatric Center, 1982
69 8
Lake Shore Hospital-Tennessee, 1982
69 9
Miscellaneous, 1979-1981
69 10
New Jersey, 1982
69 11-12
South Carolina Project, 1981
69 13
Spring Shadows Glen, 1982
69 14
Hospital Corporation of America, 1982
 
Human Interaction Research Institute [subseries]:
69 15
1982, 1982
70 1
Patient Rights Policy Research Project, 1981
70 2
Prevention and Treatment of Serious Stress Reactions: A State-of-the-Art Synthesis/Consensus, 1981
70 3
Research, 1980-81
70 4
Idiocide-Evening Dialogue, 1980
70 5
Immigration as an Intrusive Global Flow: A New Perspective, 1981
70 6
Incidence of Psychosis Among Arrested Women at the Time of Arrival at the House of Detention for Women, 1966
70 6
Individual Grant Applications, 1961-63
70 8
Interviews with Rudolph Hormouth, Dr. William Holister, Judge Bazelon, Charles Hawkins, David Clarke, William A. Carriker, Dr. Arthur Lesser, Dr. Garret, Dr. Morton Seinfeld, and Hyman Goldstein, 1961
70 9
Institute for New Challenges, 1982
70 10
Institute for Psychiatry and Foreign Affairs-Barriers Between the United States: An Exploration of the Psychological Impediments to the Arab-Israeli Negotiating Process, 1978
 
Institutional Strategy Associates [subseries]:
70 11
1981-1982, 1981-1982
70 12
1982, 1982
70 13
Institute for Strategic Studies, 1979
70 14
International Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children, 1974
70 15
International Society of Political Psychology, 1982
70 16
International Year of the Child, 1978-79
71 1
Iran, 1978
 
Japan [subseries]:
71 2
Brown, Okura, and Hallen, 1973
71 3-4
Tokyo, Sapporo, and Sendi, 1978
71 5
Job Offers, 1976-79
71 6
Johns Hopkins-Columbia, 1967-69
 
Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Hospitals [subseries]:
71 7
1981 (folder 1 of 2), 1981
72 1
1981 (folder 2 of 2), 1981
72 2
Psychiatric Units in General Hospitals, 1979-81
 
Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health [subseries]:
72 3
Department of Labor Draft Response, 1962
72 4
Governors Conference, 1961
72 5
Implementation of Report, 1961
72 6
Kennedy Administration Actions in Support of Mental Health Programs, ca. 1962
72 7
Mental Health Study Act of 1955
72 8
NIMH Analysis of Reports Drafts, 1961
72 9
NIMH Position Paper, 1961
72 10
Reaction to NIMH Position Paper, 1961
72 11
Junior Village District of Columbia, 1962-63
 
Kennedy Awards [subseries]:
73 1
1964, 1964
73 2
Background, 1961
73 3
Kennedy Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction and Bioethics, 1977
73 4
Lasker Medical Research Awards Jury Meeting, 1974
73 5
Law and Comprehensive Mental Health Program, 1962
 
Legislation [subseries]:
73 6
Background Material For Testimony S. 756 and H.R. 3689 Black Book, 1963
73 7
Conferences, 1963
73 8
Grants for Construction of Center for Research on Mental Retardation and Related Aspects of Human Development, 1963
73 9-10
Victims of Crime Act of 1979
73 11
Vocational Rehabilitation Act, 1963
73 12
Library of Congress Conference on Science and Literature, 1981
73 13
Maimonides Award, 1986
74 1
Manpower and Training Needs in Mental Health, 1962
74 2
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health-Norfolk Prison Colony, 1959
74 3
Massachusetts Mental Health Center-Family Group Therapy Seminar, 1958-1961
 
Maurice Falk Foundation [subseries]:
74 4-6
1961-1968
74 7-10
[folders 1-4 of 8], 1969-1982
75 1-4
[folders 5-8 of 8], 1969-1982
75 5
Coalition of Black Psychiatrists Grant, 1969
 
Hallen, Phillip B. [subseries]:
75 6
1961-1964, 1961-1964
75 7-8
1965
75 9-10
1966-1967, 1973
75 11
New Commission on Mental Health, 1977
76 1
Project Evaluation, 1972-1980
76 2
Racism and Mental Health Meetings, 1969-70
76 3
Review and Evaluation, 1969
76 4
Maysles Film Correspondence-Russian Psychiatry, 1958
76 5
Medical Illness Counseling Center, 1982
76 6
Memoranda on Federal Programs, 1961
76 7
Menace of Madness in High Places, 1974
 
Mental Illness and Mental Retardation [subseries]:
76 8
Proposal Analysis of HEW Proposals, 1962
76 9
State Laws and Agencies, 1964-66
76 10-11
Mental Health Association, 1977
 
Mental Health Career Development [subseries]:
76 12
11th Annual Conference, 1972-73
76 13
12th Annual Conference, 1973
77 1
Mental Health Centers-Resolution on Consolation, 1961
77 2
Mental Health Comprehensive Program-Early Drafts, "Green Book," ca. 1962
77 3
Mental Health for the Public, 1978-1982
77 4
Mental Health Proposals-Comparison of the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health Administration, n.d.
77 5
Mental Health and Social Policy, 1982
77 6
Mental Health Study Center, 1969
77 7
Mental Hospital and the "Treatment Field", 1960
 
Mental Illness [subseries]:
77 8
National Association for Mental Health Response to Presidential Programs, 1963
77 9
Presidential Address Drafts, 1963
77 10
Mentally Disordered Offenders
 
Mentally Retarded Offender [subseries]:
77 11
1967, 1967
77 12
1977-1979, 1977-1979
77 13-15
Questionnaires, 1963
77 16
Questionnaires and Preliminary Report, 1963
77 17
Testimony-Mental Retardation and Crime, 1964
77 18
Mentally Retarded And Juvenile Court, n.d.
78 1
Michigan Department of Mental Health, 1980-81
78 2
Miscellaneous Material Papers, 1980-81
78 3
Miscellaneous Meetings, 1962-64
78 4
Montgomery County Mental Health Association, 1975-76
 
Naples [subseries]:
78 5-6
1978
78 7
Naples Conference, 1979-80
78 8
NAMH-Budget, 1974-1977
78 9
Narcissistic Personality Disorder, 1982
 
National Association for Mental Health [subseries]:
 
Annual Meetings [subseries]:
78 10
1971, 1971
78 11
1974-75, 1974-75
78 12
Budget, 1976
78 13
National Association of Private Psychiatric Hospitals, 1980-81
79 1-2
National Forensic Mental Health Program, 1980-81
79 3
National Forum on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 1982
79 4
National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, 1978
79 5
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Federal Role and Activities, 1962-65
79 6
National Medical Enterprises, 1982
79 7-9
National Mental Health Program, 1962-1963
79 10
National Mental Health Research Projects Grant, 1981-1982
79 11
National Office on Disability, 1979-1982
80 1
National Survey of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Mentally Retarded Offenders in Correctional Institutions, n.d.
80 2
National Volunteer Services Model from Presidential Study Group, 1963
79 3
Neuroscience Consultation Group, 1982
80 4
Neuroscience in the 1980s, 1978-1980
80 5
Nobel Prize, 1967, 1981
80 6
North Carolina Mental Health Center, 1980-1981
80 7
Nova University Panama, 1982
80 8
Office of Special Assistant to President, 1964-65
80 9
"Origin of Mental Health Activities in Public Health Services", 1963
 
Patuxent Institute [subseries]:
80 10
Attitude Surveys, n.d.
80 11
Boslow Paper on Mental Retarded Offender, 1965
80 12
Daniels vs. Boslow, 1965
80 13
Decision Making Regarding Release Programs for Committed Criminal Offender, 1976
80 14
Defective Delinquent Statute, 1965-1968
80 15
Evaulation, 1977
80 16
Grant Proposal, 1971
80 17
Maryland's Defective Delinquent Statute: A Progress Report, 1973-74
80 18
Organizational Charts, 1959-1964
81 1
Parole Clinic Representatives, 1960-1961
81 2
Program Report on Maryland's Defective Delinquent Statute, 1973
81 3
Readmission Study, 1960-1961
81 4
Research, 1960
81 5
Research Grant Proposal, 1967
81 6
Research and Papers, 1964-1969
81 7
Sas Brief and Appeal, 1963
81 8
Psychologists in Corrections and Justice, 1972
82 1
Petersburg Psychiatric Institute, 1982
82 2
Philadelphia Concert, 1975
82 3
Betty Pickett Nomination for the Rockefeller Public Service Award, 1981
82 4
Poland, 1976
82 5
Police Foundation-Studies Crime and Delinquency, 1978
82 6
Power of Music, 1979
82 7
Present and Past Law and Mental Health Projects, 1964
 
President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration and Justice [subseries]:
82 8
1965-1966
82 9
Mentally Retarded Offender, 1967
 
President's Commission on Mental Health [subseries]:
82 10-12
1977-1979
83 1
Task Force on Law and Public Awareness, 1964
 
President's Panel on Mental Retardation [subseries]:
83 2
Analysis of Recommendations, [n.d.]
83 3
Analysis of Recommendations from NIMH, 1962
83 4
Bibliography of World Literature and Mental Retardation, 1963
83 5
Chart Book, 1962
83 6
Correspondence, 1961-1962
83 7
Draft of Sections I-III, 1962
83 8
Draft of Sections IV-V, 1962
84 1
Draft Statements, 1962-1963
84 2
Kennedy Foundation Oral History Interview, 1968-1969
84 3
Memoranda, 1962
84 4
Meetings, 1962
84 5
National Action to Combat Mental Retardation, 1962
84 6
Papers and Diaries, 1961
 
Publications [subseries]:
84 7-8
Report, 1962
84 9
Report of the Mission to Denmark and Sweden, 1962
84 10
Report of the Mission to the U.S.S.R.
85 1
Report to the President's National Action to Combat Mental Retardation, 1962
85 2
Report of the Task Force on Law, 1964-1965
85 3
Recommendation Reports, 1963
85 4
Statement, 1964
85 5
Task Force Reports, 1962
85 6
U.S.S.R. Mission, 1962
85 7
White House Announcement, 1961
85 8
White House Conference on Mental Retardation Proceedings, 1963
85 9
White House Statement on Report, 1962
85 10
President's Task Force on the Mentally Handicapped, 1970
85 11
Presidential Speeches, 1971
85 12
Prevention of Hospitalization Correspondence, 1959-1963
86 1
Princeton University-Network of Consultants on Knowledge Transfer, 1980-1981
86 2
Problem Management, 1981
86 3
Proceedings of American Medical Association Conference on Mental Retardation, 1964
86 4
Program Committee, 1980
86 5
Projected Mental Health Manpower in 1965, 1962
86 6
Proposal to Establish the Institute for Strategy Studies in Mental Health, n.d.
86 7
Psychiatric Institute, 1969-1970
86 8
Psychiatric News, 1966
86 9
Psychiatric Services for Offenders, 1966-1969
86 10-11
Public Corporation for Mental Health-Preliminary Planning Study Volume II, 1976
 
Public Health Services [subseries]:
87 1
Hill-Burton Amendments to Public Health Services Act, 1962
87 2
Recommendations on the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health Report (Blue Book) Comprehensive Mental Health Program, 1962
87 3
Publications, 1979-80
 
Rand Corporation [subseries]:
87 4
Family in Economic Development, 1982
87 5
Okura, Patrick, 1981
87 6
Terrorism, 1982
87 7
Working Draft, 1981
87 8
Zies, Donald, 1982
 
Recommendations [subseries]:
87 9
1980-1981, 1980-1981
87 10
Christmas, June, 1972-1981
87 11
James, Vernon, 1981
87 12
Levit, Vladimir, 1981
87 13
Shifren, Irene, 1980-1981
87 14
Relationship Between Mental Retardation and Mental Heath, 1962
87 15
Religious Cults
87 16
Report of the Secretary's Special Federal Team, 1972
88 1
Research and Development of Dance Therapy, 1968
88 2-3
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, 1982
 
Retarded Offender-Courtless and Brown [subseries]:
88 4
Correspondence, 1977
88 5
Mentally Retarded Citizens and the Criminal Justice System, 1975
88 6
Retardation, Corrections, and Retarded Offenders, n.d.
88 7
Rochester Area Hospitals' Corporation, 1980-1981
88 8
Saint Elizabeth's Hospital Litigation--Peele vs. Califano Pleadings, 1976-1978
89 1
Saint George University School of Medicine, 1980
89 2
Salk Institute-Arthur Vining Davis Center for Behavioral Neurobiology, n.d.
89 3
Schizophrenia, 1973
 
Secret Service Agents [subseries]:  [RESTRICTED]
89 4
Baldwin, Ken, 1980
89 5
Gillian, John, 1976-1980
89 6
Maples, Everett E., 1976-1980
89 7
Serious Offenders Program, 1982
 
Silver Hill [Foundation] [subseries]:
89 8-9
1979-1980
90 1
Connecticut, 1982
90 2
Slingerland Institute, 1982
90 3
South Florida State Hospitals, 1981-1982
90 4
Southeast Regional Conference on Youthful Mentally Retarded Offenders, 1968
90 5
Southern California Rape Prevention Study Center Division of Didi Hirsch Community Mental Center, 1981
90 6
Special Assistant to the President-Job Descriptions, 1963
90 7
Special Medical Advisory Group, n.d.
90 8
Status of Public Mental Hospitals in the U.S., 1962
90 9
Strategic Institute, 1978-1979
90 10
Stress and Families Project, 1982
90 11
Task Force: Status of State Mental Hospitals in the U.S., 1962
90 12
Technical Proposal-Phillipe V. Cardon, 1981
90 13
Tennessee, 1982
91 1
Testimonial Dinner for Mike Gorman's 25th Anniversary, 1972
91 2-5
Test Tube Babies, 1979
91 6
Three Mile Island Seminar, 1974-1980
91 7
Titicut Follies, 1966-69
92 1
United Soviet Socialist Republic, 1978-1979
92 2
United States Council for the International Year of Disabled Persons (IYDP), 1981
92 3-4
United States Institute for New Challenges, 1980-1981
92 5
United States of America vs. William C. Colman, 1964
92 6
University of California at Los Angeles-Alcohol Research Center, 1980-1982
92 7
University of California at San Francisco-Bahnson, Claus Bahne, Ph.D, 1981
 
University of Minnesota [subseries]:
92 8
1974
92 9
University Presidency, 1974
92 10
Vestmark Prize
92 11
Veteran's Administration Facility, 1977-1980
93 1
Victimization Research and Training Institute, Inc., 1981
93 2
Vermont Project, 1982
93 3
Vice-President's Task Force on Order and Justice, n.d.
93 4-5
Washington School of Psychiatry, 1966-1970
93 6
Wayne State University--Training Community Workers in the Political Arena, 1967
93 7
White House Advisory Commission, 1963-1965
93 8
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1977
 
World Federation of Mental Health [subseries]:
93 9
Correspondence, 1982
93 10
Victims, 1981
 
World Health Organization [subseries]:
93 11-12
1975-1982
94 1
Geneva File, 1973
94 2
Geneva Meeting, 1974-75
94 3
Traditional Treatment vs. Psychotherapy in Developing Countries, n.d.
94 4
World Health Organization/NIMH Workshop on Psychopharmacotherapy, 1976
94 5
Worcester State Hospital Research Program, n.d.
 
Series IV: Professional Meetings and Conferences, 1960-1983 [series]:

This series consists of meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, brochures, handwritten notes, speeches, and other meeting materials compiled by Dr. Brown for attendance at meetings, conferences, and other events. Of particular interest are materials from conferences and meetings of the American Orthopsychiatric Association; the American Psychiatric Association; the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Public Health Service (PHS); Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA); National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH); the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health; National Association of Social Workers (NASW); and the Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards Luncheons.

The folders are arranged chronologically by the date of the meeting.

 
1960 [subseries]:
95 1
35th Anniversary Congress, First Pan American Conference on Neurological and Mental Diseases, May 2-11
95 2
Institute on "Extending Clinic Services in the Community," Austin, TX, October 13-14
 
1961 [subseries]:
95 3
Conference of the Surgeon General with Mental Health Authorities, Washington, D.C., January 5-7
95 4
Conference on Leisure-Outdoor Recreation and Mental Health, Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, Williamsburg, VA, May 31-June 3
 
1962 [subseries]:
95 5
Conference of the Surgeon General with State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities, Washington, D.C., January 10-12
 
1966 [subseries]:
95 6
Ad Hoc Committee, United Community Funds and Councils of America, Columbus, OH, May 4
 
1967 [subseries]:
95 7
Midwinter Meetings, Louisiana Psychiatric Association, New Orleans, LA, January 14
95 8
Programming the Community Mental Health Center: A Workshop, American Institute of Architects, Bethesda, MD, October 2-3
95 9-10
17th Annual Meeting and Mental Health Assembly, National Assn. For Mental Health (NAMH), Inc., Chicago, IL, November 15-17
 
1968 [subseries]:
95 11-12
Annual Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association (AOA), Chicago, IL, March 21-22
95 13
National Conference on Mental Health in Public Health Training, Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare (DHEW), Public Health Service (PHS), National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Warrenton, VA, May 27-30
95 14
Conference of Scholars, National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, Washington, D.C., July 9-10
95 15
Professors West of the Mississippi Meeting, Denver, CO, September 5-7
96 1
Fall Commemorative Meetings, American Psychiatric Association (APA), Washington, DC, October 30-November 2
 
1969 [subseries]:
96 2
46th Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Assn., New York, NY, March 30-April 2
96 3
32nd Annual Meeting, Medical Society of Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, DC, April 11-12
96 4
National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Leadership Training Program, Chicago, IL, April 27-May 2
96 5
32nd Annual Dinner Meeting, Family Service of Prince George's County, Inc., May 12
96 6
National Conference on Social Welfare (NCSW), New York, NY, May 28
96 7
Medicine in the Ghettos Conference, Wentworth-by-the-Sea, NH, June 20-22
96 8
Continuing Education in Community Mental Health "Alumni Meeting," Cincinatti, OH, June 27
96 9
American Correctional Association, Minneapolis, MN, August 18
 
1969 [subseries]:
96 10
Meeting, University of Vermont Inter-University Forum for Educators in Community Psychiatric, Burlington, VT, October 12-22
96 11
1969 Annual Meeting, World Mental Health Assembly, Washington, DC, November 17-21
96 12
Third Annual Workshop on Socio-Physical Technology, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Washington, DC, December 5
 
1970 [subseries]:
96 13
Salk Workshop on Marihuana and Amphetamines, January 22-24
96 14
Annual Meeting, United Church Board for Homeland Missionaries, Council for Health and Welfare Services, Washington, DC, March 2-4
96 15
Milton J.E. Senn Seminar, New Haven, CT, March 13
96 16
47th Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Assn. (AOA), San Francisco, CA, March 23-26
96 17
15th International Conference on Social Welfare, Manila, Philippines, September 6-12
96 18
Meetings of the Council on National Affairs and Social Issues, APA, Washington, DC, October 1-3
96 19
Fifth Clinical Service Opening, University of California, San Diego, Dept. of Psychiatry, LaJolla, CA, October 15
96 20
Region VII Conference on "General Hospital and Mental Health Services," American Hospital Association, Little Rock, AR, October 22
97 1
The Psychiatric Unit in A General Hospital, A Symposium, Cheverly, MD, December 4
 
1971 [subseries]:
97 2
Olive View Medical Center Dedication, Sylmar, CA, January 9
97 3
Conference on Improving the Status of Women at the Institute, DHEW, PHS, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA), NIMH, Bethesda, MD, January 19
97 4
National Advisory Council Meeting, University of Texas, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, TX, January 21-22
97 5
10th Annual Conference, DHEW, PHS, Alcohol, Health Services and Mental Health Administration (AHSMHA), NIMH, Tucson, AZ, January 26-30
97 6
Seminar on Social Change and Human Behavior, DHEW, PHS, AHSMHA, NIMH, Bethesda, MD, February 24
97 7
Joint Meeting of Study Groups, Inter-University Forum for Educators in Community Psychiatry, Boston, MA, March 28-April 3
97 8
22nd Annual Conference, Council on Federations, Montreal, Canada, May 18-21
97 9
First Annual Alcoholism Conference, DHEW, PHS, Health Services and Mental Health Administration (HSMHA), NIMH, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Washington, DC, June 25-26
97 10
National Conference on Corrections, Williamsburg, VA, December 5-8
 
1972 [subseries]:
97 11
American Assn. of Correctional Psychologists' Conference, Lake Wales, FL, January 20
97 12
Biannual Meeting--National Advisory Council, Univ. of Texas, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, TX, January 27
97 13
2nd Meeting of the Committee on Challenges of Modern Society, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Brussels, Belgium and Bonn, West Germany, February 15-21
97 14
APA, Maryland Psychiatric Society, Inc., Baltimore, MD, April 13
98 1
Biannual Meeting, National Advisory Council, Univ. of Texas, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin TX, May 29-31
98 2
National Leadership Conference on Comprehensive Community Action Programs to Reduce Drug Abuse, American Social Health Association, New York, NY, November 2-3
98 3
American Indian Mental Health Conference, Davis, CA, November 8-10
98 4
Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards Luncheon, New York, NY, November 16
98 5
Annual Meeting, NAMH, Inc., Detroit, MI, November 17
98 6
NAMH, Inc., Detroit, MI, November 17
98 7
Symposium, World Federation for Mental Health, Tucson, AZ, November 26
98 8
APA, Washington, DC, December 12
98 9
Children's Health Center and Hospital Dedication, Minneapolis, MN, December 14-15
 
1973 [subseries]:
98 10
Biannual Meeting, National Advisory Council, Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX, January 14-16
98 11
Seminar for Psychiatrists on Federal Policy Making, Brookings Institution Advanced Study Program, Washington, DC, January 21-24
98 12
National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Houston, TX, February 26-27
98 13
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc., Rockland State Hospital Research Center 20th Anniversary, New York, NY, March
98 14
Biannual Meeting, National Advisory Council, Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX, May 26-28
99 1
19th Annual National Strategy Seminar, Carlisle Barracks, PA, June 4-8
99 2
Third Annual Alcoholism Conference, Washington, DC, June 20
99 3
Continuing Education Seminar, Emergency Medical Health Services, DHEW, PHS, HSMHA, NIMH, Washington, DC, June 22-24
99 4
Governor's Conference on Aging, Nashville, TN, September 26
99 5
Race Relations Seminar, Dept. of Defense, Patrick Air Force Base, Melbourne, FL, October
99 6
Board Meeting, NASW, Washington, DC, October 26
99 7
Annual Meeting, South Carolina Mental Health Association, Columbia, SC, November 9
99 8
Annual Meeting, NAMH Inc., Atlanta, GA, November 14
99 9
Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards Luncheon, New York, NY, November 15
 
1974 [subseries]:
99 10
American Medical Association (Briefing), Chicago, IL, February 8
99 11
National Mental Health Research Conference, Reston, VA, February 21
99 12
Ninth Divisional American Psychiatric Association APA Meeting, New York, NY, March 16
99 13
8th Congress, International Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children, Lausanne, Switzerland, April 29-May 3
99 14
Annual Meeting, Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, Inc., Boston, MA, May 21
99 15
Central Bergen Community Medical Center Ball, Cresskill, NJ, May 29
99 16
National Security Seminar, Dept. of the Army, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, PA, June 4-7
99 17
94th Meeting of the National Advisory Mental Health Council, Rockville, MD, June 10-12
99 18
Panel Meetings, United Nations Social Defense Research Institute, Project on Economic Crisis, Crime and Crime Control, Rome, Italy, June 15-17
100 1
Annual Conference of the State and Territorial Mental Health, Alcohol, and Drug Abuse Authorities, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, Washington, DC, November 19-21
100 2
Biannual Meeting, National Advisory Council, Univ. of Texas, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, TX, November 25-26
100 3
Second Brookings Institution Meeting on Rehabilitation, Washington, DC, December 18
 
1975 [subseries]:
100 4
Meeting, American Bar Association, Commission on Correctional Facilities and Services, Washington, DC, March 7
100 5
"Motion and Emotion," A Symposium, American Dance Therapy Association, Maryland, Washington, Virginia Chapter, Washington, DC, March 14
100 6
Meeting, Torch Club of Washington, DC, Washington, DC, March 25
100 7
Seventh Annual Taylor Manor Hospital Psychiatric Symposium on "The Future of Psychiatry," Ellicott City, MD, April 5
100 8
Meeting with Governor Askew, Tallahassee, FL, May 29
100 9
Annual Meeting, United Mental Health, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, June 2
100 10
Emotionally Neglected Children, A Workshop, Mental Health Association of Montgomery County, MD, Inc., Rockville, MD, June 4
100 11
Planning Committee Meeting, Atlantic States Conference, Bolton Valley, VT, October 20-21
100 12
Meeting of Committee on Grants to Minority Scholars for Research on Racism and Other Social Factors in Mental Health, Social Science Research Council, New York, NY, October 30
100 13
Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards Luncheon, New York, NY, November 14
101 1
Regional Conference, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, NIMH and New York Council on Alcoholism, New York, NY, December 4
 
1976 [subseries]:
101 2
Working Conference on Community Support, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, NIMH, Division of Mental Health Service Programs, Arlington, VA, January 14
101 3
Board Meeting, NASW, Washington, DC, January 15
101 4
Board of Directors Meeting, NASW, Washington, DC, January 16-18
101 5
Vanderbilt University for Public Policy Studies, Center for the Study of Families and Children, January 22
101 6
First Annual Southeast Hispanic Conference on Human Coalition of Spanish Speaking Mental Health Organizations (COSSMHO) and Cuban National Planning Council, Miami Beach, FL, February 5-7
101 7
Conference on Biomedical Research and the Public, Institute of Society, Ethics, and the Life Sciences and Case Western Reserve University Medical School, Warrenton, VA, April 1-3
101 8
A Day of Celebration honoring Ima Hogg, University of Texas, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, TX, May 3
101 9
First Joint Meeting, APA, Caribbean Psychiatric Association, and Puerto Rico Medical Association, Section of Psychiatry, San Juan, PR, May 14
101 10
11th Annual Meeting of the USPHS Professional Association, DHEW, PHS, Commissioned Officers Association (COA), New Orleans, LA, May 26-29
101 11
Seminar with Ivan Illich, DHEW, PHS, Health Resources Administration (HRA), Bethesda, MD, May 28
101 12
Conference on Services, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, NIMH, Center for Studies of the Mental Health of the Aging, Washington, DC, June 1-2
101 13
Meeting with the State Mental Health Research Directors, June 3
101 14
National Conference on Social Welfare (NCSW), Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) New York, NY, June 13
101 15
103rd Annual Forum, NCSW, Washington, DC, June 17
101 16
Board of Directors Meeting, CSWE, New York, NY, June 24-25
101 17
Second National Symposium on Race Relations and Education and Training, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, NIMH and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, September 14
102 1
Tripartite Prevention Meeting, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, Washington, DC, September 29
102 2
Meeting with American Nurses Association, November 11
102 3
New England Conference on the Chronic Psychiatric Patient in the Community, Boston, MA, November 19
 
1977 [subseries]:
102 4
Conference on Community Mental Health Services for Children: Recent Experiences and Future Planning, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, NIMH, May 16-17
102 5
Institute-Wide Minority Research Workshop, Hunt Valley, MD, July 11
102 6
Summer Meeting, Michigan Psychiatric Society, Boyne Mountain, MI, July 21-24
102 7
1977 World Congress for Mental Health, World Federation of Mental Health; 6th World Congress of Psychiatry, Vancouver, Canada; Honolulu, HI, August 8-September
102 8
Annual ADAMHA, Conference of the State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities, ADAMHA, DHEW, PHS, ADAMHA, Washington, DC, November 15-16
102 9
Design and Planning of Psychiatric Facilities Conference, Psychiatric Institutes of America, Washington, DC, December 2
 
1978 [subseries]:
102 10
11th Annual Palm Beach Ball, Community Mental Health Center of Palm Beach County, FL, January 6
102 11
First Meeting, Macy Commission on the Present Condition and Future of Academic Psychiatry, New York, NY, February 8-10
102 12
Meetings at McMaster University, Dept. of Psychiatry, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, February 17
102 13
Spring Discussion on Mental Health Priorities, Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, New York, NY, March 22
102 14
55th Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Assn., Inc. Shreveport, LA, March 25
103 1
10th Annual Psychiatric Symposium, Taylor Manor Hospital, Ellicott City, MD, April 7
103 2
Meeting, Association of Mental Health Administrators, D.C., Delaware, Maryland Chapter, Ocean City, MD, April 12-14
103 3
Annual Meeting, Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society, Valley Forge, PA, April 15
103 4
9th Congress, International Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children, Montreal, Canada, April 24-28
103 5
Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association, Atlanta, GA, May 8-12
103 6
First Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar in Mental Health, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, TX, May 25-27
103 7
Conference on Mentally Retarded Offenders, George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, TN, May 30-31
103 8
Seminar, Woodrow Wilson Center, Smithsonian Institution and Conference: Psychosocial Considerations of Cancer, Rehabilitation/Continuing Care, DHEW, PHS, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Washington, DC and Bethesda, MD, (June 28-29
103 9
A Humanities Symposium, Medicine & Music: In Praise of Apollo: Musician and Medico, Nashville, TN, November 14
103 10
1978-1979 Honors Colloquium, Distinguished Lectures, University of Rhode Island, November 30
 
1979 [subseries]:
103 11
Special Leadership Conference, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Washington, DC, January
103 12
Meeting, National Community Foundations Mental Health Project Governing Committee, Chicago, IL, February 20-21
103 13
Meeting, Stress and Families Project, Boston, MA, March 1-2
103 14
49th Annual Meeting, Eastern Sociological Society, New York, NY, March 17
103 15
Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Assn. (AOA), Washington, DC, March 31-April 4
104 1
Oaklawn Forum, The Oakland Center, Elkhart, IN, April 17-18
104 2
Symposium:"Medicine and the Media," Naples Institute for Advanced Studies in Medicine and the Humanities, Naples, FL, May 10-12
104 3
132nd Annual Meeting, APA, Chicago, IL, May 12-18
104 4
23rd Convocation of Fellows, APA, Chicago, IL, May 14
104 5
Meeting, American College Health Association, Mental Health Section, Washington, DC, May 23
104 6
Meeting with Executive Seminar in National and International Affairs, Department of State, Foreign Institute, Washington, DC, May 30
104 7
Meetings with White House Fellows, Washington, DC, May 30
104 8
Ninth Annual Meeting, American Health Planning Association, Boston, MA, June 1
104 9
Meetings, Working Conference on Creative Arts Therapies, June 28-29
104 10
Third Northeast Canadian/American Health Conference, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, September 26-28
104 11
31st Annual Meeting, American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, Inc., Chicago, IL, November 14-18
 
1980 [subseries]:
104 12
57th Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Association, Toronto, CA, April 9-11
104 13
18th Annual International Meeting, Association of Psychiatric Out-Patient Centers of America (POPCA), Toronto, Canada, June 5-6
 
1981 [subseries]:
105 1
Craig House-Technoma 25th Anniversary Event, Pittsburgh, PA, May 6
105 2
1981 Annual Meeting and Mental Health Assembly, National Mental Health Association, Washington, DC, October 14-17
105 3
World Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting, New York, NY, October 30-31
105 4
Conference on the Future of Conflict, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, November 23
 
1982 [subseries]:
105 5
12th Annual Meeting of Community Mental Health Centers, National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, March 10
105 6
Project Review Meeting, Health System Agency of Southwestern Pennsylvania, June 30
105 7
19th Annual Convention, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 23-27
 
1983 [subseries]:
105 8
1983 Annual Meeting, National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Detroit, MI, March 9-12
 
N.D. [subseries]:
105 9
Forum: Psychiatrists for Action on Racism and the Urban Crisis, Medical Committee for Human Rights, Boston, MA, May 15
152 1
Conference on the role of the Presidency in mental health and mental retardation policy, 1961-1983, panel discussion transcript, John F. Kennedy Library, 1983
 
Series V: Speeches, 1950-1983 [series]:

Although this series consists largely of the final version of the texts of Dr. Brown's speeches, it also contains correspondence, background material, and earlier drafts of speeches. Folders are arranged chronologically by day and year of the speech. Arranged at the beginning of the series is a folder with an index to speeches from 1963 through 1970 as well as three bound volumes of Dr. Brown's speeches from 1970 through 1973. For the remaining folders, the final text of the speech appears first in the folder and thereafter materials are arranged chronologically by date, with background materials arranged at the end of the folder. The folder title provides the speech title (if known), organization to which the speech was presented, place of the presentation (if known), and date. In those few instances in which the final transcript of the speech is not included among the records, earlier drafts or other materials pertaining to the speech are still provided for reference.

As Chief of the Community Mental Health Facilities Branch, Deputy Director (1968-1970) and Director (1970-1978) at NIMH, Dr. Brown made numerous speeches on a number of issues important to mental health in the country during that period. Recurring topics included child mental health, financing mental health, the new federalism, community mental health programs, training mental health providers, drug abuse and addiction prevention, mental health services for minorities, ethics and values in mental health, mental health research, national health insurance, and deinstitutionalization of the mentally ill.

Among the many speeches Dr. Brown gave, titles of interest include A Federal Challenge to the Community: "Health and Education Program for the Treatment of Drug Abuse and Addiction" (September 10, 1971); "Child Priority: A Progress Report--1972," (June 23, 1972); "War and Peace and Related Drug Abuse Issues" (November 3, 1972); "Mental Health in the Future--Politics, Science, Ethics, and Values" (April 13, 1973); "Mobile in April--Spring and the New Federalism" (April 4, 1973); "Community Mental Health Centers: As A System of Prevention" (November 21, 1974); and "Deinstitutionalization and Community Support Systems" (November 4, 1975).

Organizations for, and meetings at which Dr. Brown spoke included the Meeting of Advanced Health Care Delivery System Pilot Project, NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society (October 17, 1972); Foundation for Child Development of the New York State Committee for Children Advocacy (December 12, 1972); International Health Conference (October 16, 1974); and the 1975 World Congress (August 11, 1975). The same, or slightly revised, speech was sometimes given to different organizations if appropriate to the occasion. Audio recordings of some speeches in this series are also included among the audiotapes in the audiovisual materials.

106 1
June 1970 thru June 1971
106 2
July 1971 thru June 1972
106 3
July 1972 thru June 1973
107 1
Index to Speeches, 1963-1970
 
1950 [subseries]:
107 2
Emotions Talk, ca. 1950
 
1958 [subseries]:
107 3
Dr. Solomon's Goodbye Speech, December 5
 
1959 [subseries]:
107 4
[Staff Conference Talk on Rehabilitation], May 7
 
1960 [subseries]:
107 5-6
"The Decision to Hospitalize," Pan American Medical Congress--Mexico City, Mexico, May 3
107 7
"Philosophy and Scope of Extended Clinic Activities," Technical Assistance Project--Austin, TX, October 13-14
 
1961 [subseries]:
107 8
"The Power to Change Behavior," Introductory Remarks, Mental Health Study Center--Silver Spring, MD, April 22
107 9
"Home Visiting by Psychiatrists," Third World Congress of Psychiatry--Montreal, Canada, June 4-10
 
1962 [subseries]:
107 10
"Pathways and Detours To and From the Mental Hospital," Conference on Mental Health for College Students, Westminster College--Fulton, MO, April 7
107 11
"Mental Retardation and Antisocial Behavior," Symposium-The Cultural-Familial Mentally Retarded: Issues and Strategies, American Association on Mental Deficiency--Bethesda, MD, May 5
 
1963 [subseries]:
107 12
"President's Health Message to the Congress of the United States," January 24
107 13
"Mentally Deficient Children and Psychotic Adults," Annual Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association (AOA), April
107 14
"Clinical Aspects of Mental Retardation," State Directors of Vocational Rehabilitation, May 5
107 15
"The President's Mental Health Program," Mental Health Association of Essex County, NJ, June 20
107 16
"The President's Mental Health Program," Democratic Midwest Conference--Madison, WI, October 5
107 17
"What Does NIMH Expect From the States of Region VIII," Regional Mental Health Conference--Camp Williams, UT, October 23
 
1964 [subseries]:
108 1
"Patterns of Research Support in Mental Retardation," Fourth Annual Research Seminar, Canadian Association for Retardation Children--Ottawa, Canada, February 7-8
108 2
"The Community Mental Health Center: Concept and Challenge," Citizen's Committee for Comprehensive Mental Health Planning--Columbus, OH, March 9
108 3
"The Many Meanings of 'Comprehensive'-Underlying Issues in Implementing the Community Mental Health Centers Program," The American Orthopsychiatric Association (AOA)--Chicago, IL, March 19
108 4
"A Revolution in Community Opportunity," Third Annual Mental Health Conference, Dept. of Mental Health--Wilmington, DE, April 29
108 5
"Mental Health: Current Programs and Concepts," Southern Conference of the Council of State Governments--Sarasota, FL, June 18
108 6
[Comments], Community Mental Health Center's Advisory Councils, Bloomington Mental Health Association Staff Training Institute--Bloomington, MN, June 30
108 7
"Background Events Leading to the Current Community Mental Health Program," Institute on Community Mental Health Services--Santa Barbara, CA, July 17
108 8
"National Developments in Voluntary Insurance for Psychiatric Care," Institute of Community Mental Health Services--Santa Barbara, CA, July 18
108 9
"The Federal Role in Mental Health," The Mental Assn. of the State of Alabama and Alabama Assn. for Mental Health, Inc.--Birmingham, AL, September 13
108 10
"Testimony Before the New York State Legislature,"--Syracuse, NY, September 21
108 11
"How to Get Federal Dollars for Your Mental Health Center," New York State Association for Mental Health--Grossinger, NY, October 19
108 12
"The Impact of the New Federal Mental Health Legislation on the State Mental Hospital System," Northeast State Governments Conference--Hartford, CT, October 22
108 13
"Some Aspects of the Community Mental Health Centers Program," Assembly of District Branches, American Psychiatric Assn.--Washington, DC, October 29
 
1965 [subseries]:
108 14
"The Mental Health Movement in the United States: Implications for the Developing Countries," Inter-American Congress, 1965
108 15
"The Nation Plans for Mental Health," Governor's Leadership Conference on Mental Health--Columbia, SC, February 2
108 16
"Meeting Mental Health Needs in the Community," Conference on Mental Health and Retardation, Oklahoma State Medical Association--Oklahoma City, OK, February 4
108 17
"The Practicing Physician and Emotional Disorders," Committee on Mental Health and Medicine and Religion, Medical Society of the State of North Carolina, March 11
108 18
"Mental Health Association and Local Community Action," Community on Mental Health and Medicine and Religion, Medical Society of the State of North Carolina, March 11
108 19
"New Spotlight on Mental Health," Medical Science in the News Seminar, Philadelphia Press Assn.--Philadelphia, PA, March 16
108 20
"Dr. Brown Goes to the Movies or the Many Meanings of Rape," Annual Conference, Mental Health Statistics--Detroit, MI, May 18-21
108 21
"Community Mental Health Center Program," Fifteen Minute Summary for Members of the House of Representatives--Washington, DC, June 2
108 22
"Manpower Needs and Training in the Field of Mental Health," Eighteenth Annual Conference on Aging, The University of Michigan--Ann Arbor, MI, July 28
108 23
"The Role of the General Hospital in the Community Mental Health Center Program, 67th Annual Meeting, American Hospital Assn.--San Francisco, CA, September 1
108 24
"The Mental Hospital and the Community," 17th Mental Hospital, American Psychiatric Assn.--San Francisco, CA, September 30
108 25
[Untitled], Midwestern Regional Meeting, American Association of Psychiatric Clinics for Children--Cincinnati, OH, October 8-9
108 26
"Wisconsin and Changing Patterns of Federal, State, and Local Relations," The Wisconsin Congress on Mental Health and Mental Retardation--Madison, WI, October 15
108 27
"Community Mental Health Developments, Demands, Dilemmas," Fiftieth Anniversary, Graduate Dept. of Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College--Bryn Mawr, PA, October 23
108 28
"Rebecca Gratz speech,"--Philadelphia, PA, November 4
109 1
"Law and Community Mental Health," December 21
 
1966 [subseries]:
109 2
"The Community Mental Health Center Movement: Its Impact on Social Work Practice and Education," Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education--New York, NY, January 25-27
109 3
"Changing Role of the Federal-State-Local Relationship and Its Implications for the Community Mental Health Centers Program," The Annual Meeting and Conference, Iowa Association for Mental Health, Inc.--Cedar Rapids, IA, February 7
109 4
"The Complexities of Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services," Georgia Conference on Social Welfare--Atlanta, GA, February 24
109 5
"Concepts Underlying the Development of New Patterns of Community Mental Health Services," National Health Council Assembly Seminar on Social Welfare and Community Mental Health--Princeton, NJ, March 2
109 6
"Mental Health Services--1975," Delaware's Fourth Mental Health Conference--Newark, DE, April 27
109 7
"Mental Health for the Poor--The Use of Trained Problem Youth in A Neighborhood Treatment Program for Children and Adolescents," Mental Health Association, National Assn. for Mental Health, Summer State Training Institute--Williamsburg, VA, July 11-15
109 8
"Remarks at Dedication of New Wing," University of Alabama Medical Center--Birmingham, AL, August 20
109 9
"Planning for Urban Mental Health Services," Health Study Group, International Conference of Social Work--Washington, DC, September 7
109 10
"Psychiatric Practice and Public Policy," Twentieth Anniversary Meeting Honoring Dr. William C. Menninger, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP)--Philadelphia, PA, November 11
 
1967 [subseries]:
109 11
"The Massachusetts Mandate for Mental Health Leadership," Legislative Conference on Mental Health, Massachusetts Association for Mental Health and the Massachusetts Dept. of Mental Health--Boston, MA, January 31
109 12
"Developments in Meeting Mental Health Needs in the Community," Second Statewide Conference on Mental Health and Retardation, Oklahoma State Medical Association--Oklahoma City, OK, February 9
109 13
"Social Implications of the Community Mental Health Center Concept," 57th Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Assn.--New York, NY, February 17
109 14
[Remarks at Lorraine Rembold's Farewell Party],--Washington, DC, February 23
109 15
"The New Era in Mental Health," 12th Annual Convention of Louisiana AFL-CIO--Baton Rouge, LA, April 11
109 16
"The Community Mental Health Center: A National Overview," Annual Pennsylvania Mental Health Conference--Pittsburgh, PA, April 26
109 17
"The Mentally Retarded in Penal and Correctional Institutions," Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association--Detroit, MI, May 9
109 18
"Mental Health on Air Force One," Conference of Chief Social Workers in State and Territorial Mental Health Programs--Dallas, TX, May 19
109 19
"The Pride and Price of Leadership," Washington School of Psychiatry--Washington, DC, June 1
109 20
"Prevention, the Holy Grail of Mental Health," Fifth Annual Conference on 'The Imperative of Prevention' Family and Children's Services of Greater St. Louis--St. Louis, MO, June 7
109 21
"Physical Environment of the Working Man," Annual Conference of the Society of Personnel Administration--Washington, DC, June 8
109 22
"Twin Social Movements-Community Mental Health and Rehabilitation," Symposium on Current and Future Directions in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, American Psychiatric Association Annual Convention--Washington, DC, September 3
109 23
"Psychology and Community Mental Health: The Medical Muddle," APA Annual Convention--Washington, DC, September 5
109 24
"The Social and Political Parameters of the Psychiatric Emergency," Regional Workshop, Planning Emergency Treatment Service for Comprehensive Community Mental Health, University of Florida--Gainesville, FL, September 13-15
110 1
"State of the Institute,"--San Francisco, CA, September 19
110 2
"Federal-State Relationship and the Impact of Public Law 89-749,"--Bismark, ND, October 5-6
110 3
"The Role of the Hospital in the Helping System," November 14
110 4
"Psychosoical Politics of the Community Mental Health Movement," 47th Meeting of the Association of Research in Nervous and Mental Disease--New York, NY, December 2
110 5
"Psychiatric Politics and the Organizational Crisis," Annual Meeting of the Mental Health Assn. of Los Angeles County--Los Angeles, CA, December 14
 
1968 [subseries]:
110 6
"Politics and Psychiatry," Ninth Annual Mental Health Dinner, The West Virginia Association of Mental Health, Inc.--WV, January 31
110 7
[Panel and Discussion], National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration--Washington, DC, March 5
110 8
"Proceedings from the 'Seminar on Mental Health in Illinois'," Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of Illinois--Zion, IL, April 15-16
110 9
"The Role of the Mental Health Association on the Current Scene," Virginia Association for Mental Health--Fredricksburg, VA, April 19
110 10
"Community Mental Health Centers-- A Look Ahead," New York Regional Program Development Conference on Community Mental Health Centers, NIMH--New York, NY, April 29
110 11
"Mental Health--The Role of Citizen and State," Annual Meeting, The Alabama Association of Mental Health--Huntsville, AL, May 9
110 12
Psycho-Political Perspectives on Federal-State Relationships Mental Health Participation, White House Governors Conference of 1967-1968," Seventh National Scientific Meeting, Association for the Advancement of Psychotherapy--Boston, MA, May 12
110 13
"Remarks at the 20th Anniversary of the Human Relations Service of Wellesley, Inc."--Wellesley, MA, May 13
110 14
"Fantasy and Force: A Study of the Dynamics of the Mentally Retarded Offended," Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association--Boston, MA, May 15
111 1
"You Can Go Home Again," Annual Meeting, Brooklyn Association for Mental Health, Inc.--Brooklyn, NY, May 22
111 2
"Social Change: A Professional Challenge," Convocation Address, University of Maryland, School of Social Work--College Park, MD, June 4
111 3
"Crystal Balls and Strikes: Mental Health and Social Change," The Hogg Foundation--Austin, TX, June 7
111 4
"The Partnerships of Private and Public Funds," The Hoff Foundation--Austin, TX, June 8
111 5
"What are Young Psychiatrists Thinking About?" Meeting of Midwest Professor of Psychiatry, Madison, WI, June 21-22
111 6
"Remarks by Dr. Brown on the Opening of the Jefferson Medical College Unit and Philadelphia State Hospital," Philadelphia--PA, September 24
111 7
"Power, Politics, Psychiatrists, and Philadelphia," Hahnemann's Community Mental Health Center--Philadelphia, PA, September 26
111 8
"The Management of Power or The Walter Mitty School of Psychiatry," Annual Meeting, American Society of Mental Hospital Business Administrators--Washington, DC, September 30
111 9
"Mental Health and Social Policy," Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Executive Group Meeting,--Austin, TX, October 2-4
112 1-2
"Alienation and Revolt: Rebels Without A Cause," New York State Association for Mental Health, The Medical Society of NY, The Coucil, NY State District Branches, American Psychiatric Association--New York,NY, October 5
112 3
"Mental Health and Citizen Power--The Role of the Mental Health Association," Annual Meeting, North Dakota Mental Health Association, Bismark, ND, October 10
112 4
"Citizen Leaders and the Mental Health of the Future," Annual Leadership Institute, Wisconsin Assn. for Mental Health--Milwaukee, WI, October 16
112 5
"The Program Politics of Violence," Eighth Symposium on 'Psychiatry for the Physician on Violence and Aggression' The Carrier Clinic--Bell Mead, NJ, November 6
112 6
"Mental Health Programs for Today--Meeting the Challenge and the Management of Power," Biennial Conference, Wisconsin Division of Mental Hygiene--Madison, WI, November 20
112 7
"Mental Health and Comprehensive Health Planning," Remarks presented at Association of State and Territorial Health Officers--Washington, DC, December 10
112 8
"Psychiatric Politics and the Organizational Crisis," Annual Meeting, Mental Health Association of Los Angeles County--Los Angeles, CA, December 14
 
1969 [subseries]:
112 9
"Statement by Director, National Institute of Mental Health,"--Washington, DC, January 3
112 10
[Notes for Patuxent Speech], Patuxent Institution--Jessup, MD, January 16
112 11
"The Program Politics of Alcoholism," Third Statewide Conference on Mental Health, Oklahoma Medical Association--Oklahoma, OK, February 6
112 12
"Emerging Community Mental Health Settings: The Clergy's Role in Social Movements," National Task Force on Religion and Mental Health in the Community, National Council of Churches--Philadelphia, PA, February 26
112 13
"Highways, Hijackers, Hierarchies, and Health," Regional Highway Safety Research Symposium, University of Iowa--Iowa City, IA, March 13
112 14
[Notes and Correspondence], Quarterly Meeting, Dept. of Psychiatry, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn and Queens, Inc.--Brooklyn, NY, March 26
112 15
"The Concept of Community Mental Health Services," Spring Mental Health Meeting, Michigan State University--East Lansing, MI, April 23
112 16
"The Program Politics of Human Services," Fifteenth Annual Meeting, Family Services of Westchester, Inc.--White Plains, NY, May 22
112 17
[Speech dictated by Congressman Flood for his delivery on his receipt of Anchor Award], May 23
112 18
"Financing Mental Health Programs," Conference on Delivery and Financing of Mental Health Services--New York, NY, June 4
113 1-3
"Financing Mental Health Programs," Background Materials, Conference on Delivery and Financing of Mental Health Services--New York, NY, June 4
113 4
"The Love of Labor, Labor's Love--Mental Health," Cornell Conference on Collective Bargaining and Mental Health, Brotherhood-In-Action Center--New York, NY, June 6
113 5
"Whither the Community Mental Health Center?" First Annual Meeting, National Council of Community Mental Health Centers--Philadelphia, PA, September 21
113 6
"Changes and Challenges," A Workshop for Directors of Volunteers in Health Care Facilities and Community Agencies, Center for the Study of Voluntarism, The School of Social Work, University of Maryland--College Park, MD, November 10
114 1
"The Ideal and Hope," National Association for Mental Health Annual Meeting--Washington, DC, November 20
114 2
"Drug Abuse--Who's Program? or The Program Politics of Pot," Jewish Social Service Agency--Rockville, MD, November 24
114 3
[Rough Notes] "The Effect of the Proposed National Health Insurance Program on the Practice of Psychiatry," Second Annual Workshop, The Association of General Hospital Psychiatry--Maywood, IL, December 3
114 4
"Community Responsibility for Mental Health: Ideas and Action: An Address to the Care-Govers of New Orleans," Sponsored by DePaul, Louisiana State University, Touro Mental Health Centers--New Orleans, LA, December 12
 
1970 [subseries]:
114 5
"Toward Human Services," ca. 1970
114 6
"Draft Remarks--Joint Announcement of HEW-DOT Interagency Agreement,"--Washington, DC, January 11
114 7
"Some Things Mental Health Has to Say to Education," Oaklawn Psychiatric Center--Elkhart, IN, January 15
114 8-9
"Maryland, My Mediocre Maryland," Annual Legislative Dinner Meeting, Maryland Assn. for Mental Health, Inc.,--Annapolis, MD, January 29
114 10
"In Mediocre Maryland, Where is Montgomery County?' St. Luke's Episcopal Church--Bethesda, MD, February 4
114 11
"Research: A Critical Resource," Dedication to the Tennessee Neuropsychiatric Institute--Nashville, TN, March 19
115 1
"Mental Health: Aspects of Changes," Mental Health Aspects of Changes Workshop--Severn River, MD, April 29
115 2
"Heeding the Needing Children: National Programs to Meet a National Priority," The Mental Health Association of Greater Chicago--Chicago, IL, May 5
115 3
"A Joint Endeavor," Washington Hebrew Congregation--Washington, DC, May 27
115 4
"Statement by Dr. Brown," [on occasion of his appointment to Director of NIMH], June 3
115 5
"Dispelling Illusions and Responding to Realities," Keynote Address, Labor-Management Mental Health Conference, Institute of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University--New Brunswick, NJ, June 10
115 6
"Draft Remarks for Dr. Brown, for delivery at Symposium on 'Recent Advances in Studies of Alcoholism',"--Washington, DC, June 25
115 7
"Opening Statement--Executive Staff Meeting,"--Washington, DC, July 10
115 8
"Highlights of Remarks to State Planning Agencies of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration,"--Colorado Springs, CO, August 4
115 9
"Whither the Community Mental Health Center?" First Annual Meeting, National Council of Community Mental Health Centers,--Philadelphia, PA, September 24
115 10
"Introductory Remarks," 22nd Institute on Hospital and Community Psychiatry,"--Philadelphia, PA, September 24
115 11
"Health and the Healthy Consumer," Keynote Address, Conference on Consumer Health, Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Cooperative Extension Department, University of Maryland--Chevy Chase, MD, September 28
115 12
"Partners or Perish," Keynote Speech, 10th Anniversary of the Maurice Falk Medical Fund--Pittsburgh, PA, October 7
115 13
"Speech for Commuity Mental Health Centers,"--Philadelphia, PA, October 12
115 14
[Untitled], 17th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry--Denver, CO, October 16-18
115 15
"Importance of Community Based Treatment and Comprehensive Services," First Anniversary of the Addiction Research Treatment Corporation, October 20
115 16
"Community Mental Health: The View from Fund City," Surgeon General's Annual Conference of the State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities--Washington, DC, November 4
115 17
"What Do You Say to a Naked Question?" Annual Meeting, American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children--Philadelphia, PA, November 6
115 18
"Looking Ahead in Mental Health," Division of Mental Hygiene, Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services--Milwaukee, WI, November 17
115 19
"The People and the Priorities," Excerpts from a speech at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Mental Health--Los Angeles, CA, November 19
116 1
"Recent Research on Drugs of Abuse," Meeting of Delegates of the Assembly of District Branches, American Psychiatric Association--Washington, DC, November 20
116 2
"Style and Substance in Human Development," Address at scientific program honoring George E. Gardner, Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School--Cambridge, MA, November 30
116 3
"Community Mental Health Programs: A Partnership in Management," NIMH Regional Funding Conference--Atlanata, GA, December 4
116 4
"Challenge to Commitment," State and Territorial Health Officers' Annual Meeting--Washington, DC, December 8
116 5
"Remarks," [by Dr. Brown], Dedication, Caguas Community Mental Health Center--Puerto Rico, December 23
 
1971 [subseries]:
116 6
"Remarks by Dr. Brown," Organized Crime Law Enforcement Training Conference, University of Maryland--College Park, MD, January 6
116 7
"Remarks by Dr. Bertram S. Brown," Opening of Chicago Training Project--Los Angeles, CA, January 9
116 8
"The Crisis in Health Care, Urban Affairs Seminar, Greater Baltimore Committee--Baltimore, MD, January 14
116 9
"Address by Dr. Bertram S. Brown to Women GS-11 and Below,"--Washington, DC, January 19
116 10
"An Idea Whose Time Should Come," Annual Legislative Conference, Sponsored by the Massachusetts Association for Mental Health and the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health--Boston, MA, February 2
116 11
"Drug Abuse: The New Plague," HEW Ladies' Day--Washington, DC, February 8
116 12
[Transcripts of proceedings with representatives of the Bureau of Prisons and NIMH]--Fort Worth, TX, February 10
116 13
"Mental Health at the Crossroads--Drug Abuse and Social Issues," Excerpts from a speech, Dept. of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina--Charleston, SC, March 5
116 14
"Mental Health and Governance," Michigan Society of Psychiatry and Neurology--Detroit, MI, March 18
116 15
"The Meaningful Alternative," White House Conference on Drug Abuse for Religious Leaders--Washington, DC, March 26
117 1
[Notes/Outline for Talk], St. Louis Psychiatric Society--St. Louis, MO, April 19
117 2
"The Future of Public and Private Sectors in Psychiatry," Suburban Chapter of Washington Psychiatric Society--Bethesda, MD, April 29
117 3
"Pride, Prejudice, and Progress," Annual Meeting, American Psychoanalytic Association--Washington, DC, April 30
117 4
"Where Religion Dwells," Annual Meeting, Association of Mental Health Chaplains, May 3
117 5
[Transcript of Tape Recording of Address], National Association of Science Writers--Washington, DC, May 4
117 6
[Rough notes for speech], ADA, Georgetown University--Washington, DC, May 12
117 7
"Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!" Annual Membership Meeting, Illinois Valley Mental Health Association--Peoria, IL, May 13
117 8
"Summary of Remarks," Dedication of the Margaret R. Dixon Child and Adolescent Mental Health Treatment Unit, Souteast Louisiana Hospital, Mandeville, LA, May 18
117 9
"Statement by Dr. Brown," Annual Conference on the Council on Foundations--Montreal, Canada, May 20
117 10
[Opening remarks], Foundations and Drug Abuse: A Conference--Washington, DC, May 26
117 11
"Dedication Address," Laboratory of Brain Evolution and Behavior, NIH Animal Center--Poolesville,MD, May 28
117 12
"The Many Meanings of Politics," Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, District of Columbia Section Dinner Meeting--Washington, DC, June 2
117 13
"The Present and Future Challenge," 25th Anniversary of the National Mental Health Act--Washington, DC, June 28
117 14
"Draft Remarks," Dr. Brown Opening Plenary Session, 25th Anniversary Conference of the Acting Mayor of Washington, June 28
117 15
"On the Meaning of Biochemical Research in Mental Health," [delivered during foreign travel to Turkey, Romania, and Egypt], August
117 16
"Silver Threads Among the Bold: Twenty-five Years of Mental Health Programming," 79th Annual Convention, Clinical Psychology Division APA--Washington, DC, September 6
117 17
"Federal Challenge to the Community," A Health and Education Program for the Treatment of Drug Abuse and Addiction," September 10
117 18
"Awareness and Action: The Federal Challenge to the Community: A Health and Education Approach for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Addiction," The North Shore Hospital and Hofstra University, September 10
117 19
[Draft Remarks], Seminar on Family Disruption and Health Problems--Rockville, MD, September 24
117 20
"Mental Health Axes to Grind," Annual Meeting, Minnesota Association for Mental Health--Minneapolis, MN, October 1
117 21
"Commitment to Service," Oklahoma Mental Health Association, Testimonial Dinner in Honor of Dr. Hayden Donahue--Oklahoma City, OK, October 2
117 22
"New Dimensions in Mental Health Services," Dedication Ceremonies, The Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital--Baltimore, MD, October 19
117 23
"Mental Health Services to Youth," Mental Health Conference of Virginia, Department of Medical Hygiene and Hospitals of the Commonwealth of Virginia--Roanoke, VA, October 21
118 1
"Priorities and Progess in Mental Health," Annual Meeting, Tennesse Mental Health Association--Nashville, TN, October 27
118 2
"The American Indian: What's Good About Him?" National Conference on Indian Mental Health, The Denver Indian Center--Denver, CO, November 11
118 3
"The Changing Mental Health Delivery System: The Prospects Before Us," The Health Services and Mental Health Administration Annual Conference of the State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities--Washington, DC, November 16-18
118 4
"Psychiatry Through Mental Health to Human Services--What's Next?" 7th Anniversary Celebration of the New York State Psychiatric Institution--New York, NY, November 22
118 5
"Organization of Mental Health Services in the United States," Proceedings of the V World Congress of Psychiatry--Mexico City, Mexico, November 28-December 4
 
1972 [subseries]:
118 6
"Remarks by Bertram S. Brown, M.D. on the Occasion of Mike Gorman Testimonial Dinner," Washington Press Club--Washington, DC, January 25
118 7
"Nature Versus Nurture Revisited," The Chicano Consumer Conference on Health--San Antonio, TX, January 28
118 8
"NIMH Science--Soul for Society," Eastern Nebraska Mental Health Association--Omaha, NE, March 28
118 9
"Keep Cool and Comprehensive," National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Inc., Meeting--Detroit, MI, April 4
118 10
"The Yin and Yang of Mental Health," Conference on Asian American Mental Health, Minority Center Asian American Social Workers--San Francisco, CA, April 29
118 11
"Mental Health Mayday, 1972," Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association--Dallas, TX, May 2
118 12
"Alcoholism and Drug Addiction: One Problem or Two?" The Donovan Memorial Lecture, The Annual Eagleville Conference Day, Eagleville Hospital and Rehabilitation Center--Eagleville, PA, May 12
118 13
"Remarks by Bertram S. Brown, M.D. Upon Acceptance of the 1972 Man of the Year Award," Anchor Mental Health Association Festival of Hope--Washington, DC, May 19
118 14
"Child Priority: A Progress Report--1972," Annual Meeting and Conference, National Society for Autistic Children, Inc.--Flint, MI, June 23
118 15
"Solutions to Sickle Cell: Resources and Responsibilities," The National Conference on the Mental Health Aspects of Sickle Cell Anemia, NIMH and The National Center for Family Planning Services--Nashville, TN, June 27
118 16
"Remarks at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania,"--Wilkes-Barre, PA, October 16
118 17
"Health Services Overview," Meeting of Advanced Health Care Delivery Systems Pilot Project, NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society--San Francisco, CA, October 17
118 18
"Recent Accomplishments of the National Institute of Mental Health," Meeting of the Dupage County--Wheaton, IL, October 22
118 19
"Mildred Mitchell-Bateman Testimonial Dinner,"--Huntington, WV, October 28
118 20
"Progress and Prospects--Child Mental Health, Priority Number One," American Assn. of Psychiatric Services for Children--Washington, DC, November 2
118 21
"War and Peace and Related Drug Abuse Issues," American Social Health Association--New York, NY, November 3
118 22
"Outline of Remarks," 10th Anniversary Party of the National Clearinghouse for Mental Health Information, November 6
118 23
"Remarks to the Annual Meeting of State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities--Washington, DC, November 14
118 24
"NAMH-NIMH, the Commitment We Share," Annual Meeting, The National Association for Mental Health--Detroit, MI, November 18
118 25
"Address for the World Federation for Mental Health Symposium,"--Tuscon, AZ, November 26
118 26
"Advocacy Versus Services," Foundation for Child Development, N.Y. State Committee for Children Conference--Albany, NY, December 12
 
1973 [subseries]:
119 1
"Pedigree Speech," Indian Conference--Davis, CA, ca. 1973
119 2
"Where the Action Is," Annual Meeting of the Illinois Psychiatric Society, February 21
119 3
"Psychiatric Research: Some Critical Issues," 20th Anniversary of the Rockland Research Center--New York, NY, February 21
119 4
"Address Before the Joint Convention of the Tennessee Legislature," 88th General Assembly--Nashville, TN, March 6
119 5
"Children First," Louisiana Association for Mental Health--New Orleans, LA, March 23
119 6
"Mobile in April--Spring and the New Federalism," Alabama Conference of Social Work--Mobile, AL, April 4
119 7
"Mental Health in the Future--Politics, Science, Ethics, and Values," 77th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science--Philadelphia, PA, April 13
119 8
"A National View of Mental Health," Presidential Session, American Orthopsychiatric Association's (AOA) 50th Anniversary--New York, NY, May 29
119 9
"Mental Health Services for the 70's: Neighborhood Psychiatry," Massachusetts Institute of Technology--Cambridge, MA, June 7
119 10
"Draft Remarks to NIMH Staff,"--Rockville, MD, July 2
119 11
"A Dedication to Community Mental Health," Touro Community Mental Health Center--New Orleans, LA, August 31
119 12
"Where Do We Go From Here?" Governor's Conference on Aging--Nashville, TN, September 26
119 13
"Racism and our Ethnic Minorities," Race Relations Insitute, U.S. Department of Defense, Patrick Air Force Base--Melbourne, FL, October 3
119 14
"Interventions for the 70's," 23rd Annual Meeting and Mental Health Conference, Mental Health Association of Florida--Gainesville, FL, October 4
119 15
"Reality: a View from the Inside Looking Out," Wisconsin Association for Mental Health, 16th Annual Leadership Training Institute--Oshkosh, WI, October 24
119 16
"Luncheon Address at the 1973 NIMH Annual Conference of the State and Territorial Mental Health Authorities--Dallas, TX, November 1
119 17
"The Changing Scene in Mental Health," South Carolina Mental Health Association Annual Meeting--Columbia, SC, November 9
120 1
"The Changing Scene in Mental Health," National Association for Mental Health Annual Meeting--Atlanta, GA, November 14
 
1974 [subseries]:
120 2
"Director's View of Small Grant Program," Small Grants Centenary Meeting, Cosmos Club--Washington, DC, January 15
120 3
"The Study Center After 25 Years: Predictions and Predilections," NIMH Mental Health Study Center--Prince George's County, MD, January 18
120 4
"The Coming Look in Mental Health Care," Remarks from Dedication, Washington Psychiatric Institute--Washington, DC, February 22
120 5
"Children of the Future," 1974 International Conference of the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities--Houston, TX, March 1
120 6
"A Look at the Overlook," Biennial Divisional Meeting of the New York State District Branches, APA--New York, NY, March 15
120 7
"Financing Mental Health Services: The Prospect of National Health Insurance," The Sidney Teller Memorial Lecture--Pittsburgh, PA, March 27
120 8
"Mental Health Research Briefing: The Depressive Illnesses,"--Washington, DC, April 17
120 9
"The Changing Scene of Mental Health Training," 50th Anniversary, Department of Psychiatry, Tulane University--New Orleans, LA, April 19
120 10
"Past Trends and New Directions in Child Mental Health," Dedication Ceremony, Children's Village--New Castle, DE, May 2
120 11
"The Role of Psychiatry in Relationship to Governors, Governance, Governments," Annual Meeting, APA--Detroit, MI, May 6
120 12
"Communities and Madness: Today's Liberating Bind," Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, Annual Legislative Conference--Boston, MA, May 21
120 13
"After Hospitalization--What?", Annual Anniversary Dinner, Hazelton-Nanticoke Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center--Hazelton, PA, June 22
120 14
"Ethics and Values in Mental Health," The Institute of Psychiatry--San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 28
120 15
"The Child at Risk: A 20th Century Perspective," The 8th International Congress, International Association for Child Psychiatry and Allied Professions, July 29
120 16
"Political Psychiatry--A Post-Watergate Perspective or The Revolution of Falling Expectations," University of California Colloquium of Behavioral Sciences, September 30
120 17
Anthropology and Social Psychiatry, International Health Conference--Reston, VA, October 16
120 18
"National Medical Health Perspectives: Name Your Priorities--Something's Got to Give," Pennsylvania Mental Health, Inc.--Harrisburg, PA, October 17
120 19
"Community Mental Health Centers: As A System of Prevention," Annual Meeting, National Assn. of Mental Health--Washington, DC, November 21
120 20
"Federal Programs for Child Mental Health," Workshop, American Association of Psychiatry Services for Children--New York, NY, November 22
120 21
"Alabama--Community Mental Health Centers," November 24
 
1975 [subseries]:
120 22
"Presentation of Bertram S. Brown," [Community Mental Health Speech to Support the Mental Health Centers Act of 1963], ca. 1975
121 1-3
"The Training of Mental Health Care," Annual Meeting Indian Psychiatric Society--Trivandrum, India, January 6
121 4
Distinguished Lecture Series, Downey Veterans Administration Hospital and Northwestern University--Chicago, IL, February 26
121 5
"Behavior Modification: Perspective on a Current Issue," Conference on Human Experimentation, Southern Methodist University--Dallas, TX, March 6
121 6
"Briefing for President's Panel on Biomedical Research," March 31
121 7
"Hope for the Future," The Public Corporation for Mental Health, 1975 Hodson Memorial Lecture, University of Minnesota--Minneapolis, MN, April 24
121 8
"Mental Health in Latin America--Strategies for the Future," 8th Latin American Congress of Psychiatry--Acapulco, Mexico, May 2
121 9
"The Life of Psychiatry," APA--Anaheim, CA, May 5
121 10
"Successful Treatment of the Elderly Mentally Ill," Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, Duke University--Durham, NC, May 23
121 11
"Statement" [Regarding O'Connor vs. Donaldson], June
121 12
"Program Politics of Hispanic Mental Health," The Midwest Regional Conference on Hispanic Mental Health--Chicago, IL, June 12-13
122 1
"Statement: Research Task Force News Briefing," July 31
122 2
"Political and Practical Dynamics of Research Policy: National and International Perspectives," 1975 World Congress, World Federation for Mental Health--Copenhagen, Denmark, August 11
122 3
Welcome Address, National Conference on Mental Health Statistics--Washington, DC, September 10
122 4
"Mental Health Promotion--A Pattern for Living Change," 389th Annual Michigan Society for Mental Health Conference--Detroit, MI, September 12
122 5
"The Public Demand for Mental Health Services: Limited Means?" Mental Health Association of Colorado Meeting--Denver, CO, October 17
122 6
"Understanding Depression--What the Public and the Scientists Can Do Together," Research Committee of the National Association for Mental Health, Inc.--Arlington, VA, October 23
122 7-8
"Mental Health of the Aging: A Federal Perspective," The 28th Annual Meeting, The Gerontological Society--Louisville, KY, October 28
122 9
"Dimensions of Decision Making--Science and Politics," 1975 Presidential Symposium--New York, NY, November 2
122 10
"Deinstitutionalization and Community Support Systems," State and Territorial Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Authorities--Washington, DC, November 4
122 11
Brief Welcome Remarks, Research Conference on Mental Health and Aging--Washington, DC, November 10
122 12
"The NIMH as a Research Organization: A Briefing Paper for the President's Biomedical Research Panel", November 25
 
1976 [subseries]:
123 1
[Informal keynote talk], The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and the Texas Department of Mental Health--Mental Retardation Centers--Austin, TX, February 13
123 2
"Psychiatric Coverage under Health Insurance Programs--An NIMH Perspective," Anclote Psychiatric Center--Tarpoon Springs, FL, March 13
123 3
"Involving the Public in Federal Decision Making," A Presentation for a Panel on Mechanisms for Public Participation and Decision Making, Conference on Biomedical Research and the Public--Warrenton, VA, April 2
123 4
"Depression--A Leading Health Problem," Mental Health Association of Hawaii--Honolulu, HI, April 9
123 5
"Mental Health of the Aging," Mental Health Association of Miami, FL--Miami, FL, May 9
123 6
"The Crisis in Mental Health Research," Annual Meeting, APA--Miami Beach, FL, May 13
123 7
"Infants and Parents: An Overview of Methods of Prevention and Amelioration of Psychosocial Disabilities," Meeting on the Prevention of Psychosocial Disabilities in Infancy, The White House--Washington, DC, June 8
123 8
"Behavior Control and Research Funding," 84th Annual Convention, APA--Washington, DC, September 6
123 9
[Untitled], Dr. Brown's Address to the National Association for Mental Health, Inc. Legislative Work Group [regarding research]--Arlington, VA, September 27
123 10
"Culture, Ethnicity, and Mental Health," Conference on Culture and Ethnicity, Mental Health Services for a Pluralistic Society--Pittsburgh, PA, October 13
123 11
"Critical Concerns: National Health Insurance," 9th Biennial Divisional Meeting, Area II Council, APA--New York, NY, November 6
123 12
"Mental Health 1976--A Dream in Transition," 1976 Annual Meeting, National Association for Mental Health--Philadelphia, PA, November 17
123 13
"National Health Insurance: Facts, Fallacies, and Funds," The National Conference on Short-Term Intensive Psychiatric Hospital Treatment--Phoenix, AZ, November 19
 
1977 [subseries]:
123 14
"Draft Remarks: The NIMH Manpower Training Program," National Advisory Mental Health Council--Rockville, MD, January 24
123 15
"Psychiatry: Its Role and Function on the Mental Health Team," First Annual Nebraska Symposium on Mental Health Issues--Lincoln, NE, February 9
123 16
"Introductory Remarks," NIMH's National Center for the Prevention and Control of Rape, ADAMHA, DHEW, February 15
123 17
"National Perspective on Mental Health Research," Missouri Institute of Psychiatry--St. Louis, MO, February 18
123 18
"The Role of the Psychiatrist, the Psychologist, and the Behavioral Scientist in the Medical Center in the Year 2000," Nielson Distinguished Lecture, University of Utah Medical Center--Salt Lake City, UT, March 8
123 19
"Behavioral Modification: What It Is--And Isn't," Third Annual Western Regional Humanistic Behavior Modification Conference--Las Vegas, NV, March 10
124 1
"Conflict and Detente Between Social Issues and Clinical Practice," 54th Annual Meeting, American Orthopsychiatric Association--New York, NY, April 13
124 2
"The Federal Government and Psychiatric Education: Progress, Problems, and Prospects," APA--Toronto, Canada, May 2
124 3
[Statement on the President's Commission on Mental Health]--San Francisco, CA, June 10
124 4
"Mental Health in the Era of Accountability," American Medical Association--San Francisco, CA, June 22
124 5
"The Scientific Revolution, Social Change, and A Restless World: Why Mental Health Services Remain Important," 1977 World Congress on Mental Health--Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August24
124 6
"Key Interactions Among Psychiatric Disorders, Primary Care, and the Use of Psychotropic Drugs," Symposium: Clinical Anxiety/Tension in Primary Medicine, Excerpta Medica Foundation--Washington, DC, September 12
124 7
Keynote Address, Seattle Mental Health Institute Dedication Ceremony--Seattle, WA, September 25
124 8
"Community Mental Health: Where Is It? Adelphi University School of Social Work--Uniondale, NY, October 3
124 9
"Challenge and Response: The Mental Health of Children and Youth," Boys Town Center for the Study of Youth Development, Catholic University of America--Washington, DC, October 14
124 10
"International Psychiatry in the 1980s and Beyond: Why It Will Remain Important," 50th Anniversary, Long-Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center--New York, NY, October 28
124 11
[Address to Final Luncheon of National Executive Council], Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity--Atlanta, GA, October 30
124 12
"Introductory Remarks," Community Support Program Press Conference--Washington, DC, November 15
124 13
"Strategies for Changing Time," 25th Anniversary, Special Services for Groups, Inc.--Los Angeles, CA, November 16
 
1978 [subseries]:
124 14
"Farewell Address to the NIMH Staff,"--Washington, DC, January 3
124 15
[Guest Lecture], Departmental Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center--Bronx, NY, February 10
124 16
[Introductory Remarks], 1978 Annual Legislative Conference, Massachusetts Association for Mental Health--Boston, MA, February 15
124 17
"Updating Mental Health Services--What Does This Mean?" Mental Health Association of Louisiana--Shreveport, LA, March 31
124 18
[Address], 22nd Annual Meeting, Tri-County Mental Health Association--Carlisle, PA, June 13
124 19
"The Scientific Revolution, Social Change, and A Restless World: Why Mental Health Services Remain Important," Japanese National Institute of Mental Health and Japan Association of Psychiatric Hospitals--Tokyo, Japan, August
124 20
[Comments by Dr. Brown at his NIMH Farewell Party/Roasting],, September 9
124 21
"The Community Mental Health Agency: Coping With the Challenges of Change," 30th Anniversary Conference, The Human Relations Service, Inc.--Wellesley Hills, MA, November 4
124 22
[Untitled], Foundation Executive Luncheon, The New York Community Trust--New York, NY, November 28
 
1979 [subseries]:
124 23
"The Use and Abuse of Psychiatry--An International Perspective," Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota--Minneapolis, MN, January 23
125 1
"Psychiatry--An International Perspective," XIX: Nordic Congress of Psychiatry--Uppsala, Sweden, June 13
125 2
"Cultural Therapy/Use of the Arts," American Association of Psychological Services for Children--Chicago, IL, November 15-16
125 3
"Mental Health Services, The National Scene," Second Mental Health Boards of Directors Training and Education Conference--Mendon, VT, November 30
 
1980 [subseries]:
125 4
"Health Care in a Changing Society," Sixth National Seminar, Vista Hill Foundation--Coronado, CA, February 15
125 5
"Music and the Arts", Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, March
125 6
"Psychiatry in the 1980s," 18th Annual International Meeting, Association of Psychiatric Outpatient Centers of America--Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 5
125 7
"Interview with Dr. Brown on IYDP and U.S., Inc.", October 6
125 8-9
"Prevention: An International Mental Health Perspective," North Carolina Mental Health Centers Association--Raleigh, NC, October 21
125 10
"The Coming Era of Family Fundamentalism," 12th Annual Conference, The Family Institute of America--Philadelphia, PA, October 30
 
1981 [subseries]:
125 11
"The Politics of Funding Research," Southern California Rape Prevention Study Center, The Delphi Conference Proceedings--Culver City, CA, January 25
125 12
"Symposium: Policy Research for Policymakers," 1981 APA Annual Convention, August 24-28
125 13
[Comments at the Roast of Brian O'Connell]--Washington, DC, October 15
 
1982 [subseries]:
125 14
[Untitled], Suicide and the Family Symposium, Institute for the Studies of Destructive Behaviors and the Suicide Prevention Center of Los Angeles--Los Angeles, CA, February 27
125 15
"Social Policy and Mental Health: Adventure at the Borderline," A Centennial Observance Address, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, October 1
 
1983 [subseries]:
125 16
"Global Interdependence and Mental Health: A New Perspective on Refugee and Immigration Policy," Simon Bolivar Lecture, APA--New York, NY, May 4
 
[Undated] [subseries]:
125 17
"Psychological Aspects of Terminal Illness"
 
Other speeches [subseries]:
162 13
Miscellaneous addresses, speeches, notes, drafts; Farewell speech NIMH, 1973; 1978; n.d.
 
Series VI: Publications and Manuscripts, 1957-1979 [series]:

This series consists of published materials, unpublished manuscripts, and papers prepared by Dr. Brown or written jointly with other authors. The folders are arranged in alphabetical order by title of publication. Bracketed information in the folder title was added by the processor to identify co-authors or clarify the origin of the writings. The series contains journal articles, book reviews, published and unpublished reports, chapters and forwards for books, unpublished typewritten manuscripts, correspondence, drafts, memoranda, and reference materials. Recurring topics in these writings include community mental health centers, community psychiatry, the mentally retarded offender, public mental health hospitals, child and family mental health issues, and the federal role in mental health services.

126 1
Bibliography of Publications by Bertram S. Brown, 1957-1969
 
1960 [subseries]:
126 2
"The Referring Physician and the Hospitalized Psychiatric Patient" [co-authors] Robert S. Albert and Robert F. Moore (folder 1 of 2), May 3, 1960
126 3
"The Referring Physician and the Hospitalized Psychiatric Patient" [co-authors] Robert S. Albert and Robert F. Moore (folder 2 of 2), May 3, 1960
 
1961 [subseries]:
126 4
"The Agency as Client", May 1961
126 5
"The Role of the Mental Health Nurse in a Mental Health Public Setting" [co-author] Dorothy Boone, Sr. Nurse Officer, November 1961
126 6
Family Group Therapy in Retrospect: A Review..., 1961
126 7
"A Mental Health Program in a County Health Department", 1961
126 8
An Alcoholsim Program in a County Health Department [co-authors] Augusto Esquibel, M.D., Murray Grant, M.D., and Edward M. Pickford, M.D., ca. 1961
126 9
"The Decision to Hospitalize" [co-author] Robert S. Albert, ca. 1961
126 10
"Sibling Therapy and Other Variants of Family Therapy Techniques: Case Reports and Relevant Literature", ca. 1961
 
1962 [subseries]:
126 11
"Waiting List", January 1962
126 12
Health Department Alcoholism Program in Prince Georges County, Md [co-authors] Augusto Esquibel, M.D., Murray Grant, M.D., D.P.H., and Edward M. Pickford, M.D., June 1962
 
1964 [subseries]:
127 1
"Mental Retardation Among Incarecerated Offenders in the United States" [co-author] Thomas F. Courtless, M.A., September 1964
127 2
"Mental Health Services for Detroit", November 1964
 
1965 [subseries]:
127 3
"Reports from meetings, Mental Health services for adolescent seen lacking"...Roche Report, Frontiers of Clinical Medicine, Emotional Problems 2(12):3, June 15, 1965
127 4
"What the Government is Doing About Mental Health", ca 1965
 
1966 [subseries]:
127 5
"The Expanding Vistas of Mental Health Services," [co-author] Alan I. Levenson, M.D. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, January 1966
 
1968 [subseries]:
127 6
"The Joint Rule of Public and Private Hospitals in Community Mental Health" [co-authors] Alan I. Levenson, M.D. and Ruth I. Knee, Hospitals 42,, February 1, 1968
127 7
"The Community Mental Health Center in National Perspective" [co-author] Stanley F. Yolles, M.D., 1968
 
1969 [subseries]:
127 8
Critical Factors in the Utilization of Mental Hospitals" [co-author] Jerry Osterwell, Ph.D., January 1969
127 9
Book Review of Ralph Cranshaw's "The General Practice of Community Psychiatry" [co-author of review] Geoffrey C. Tooth, M.D., July 18, 1969
 
1970 [subseries]:
127 10
"Mental Health and Social Change", 1970
127 11
Book Review of David Mechanic's "Mental Health and Social Policy" [co-author of review] J. David Miller, January 21, 1970
127 12
"Fantasy and Force: A study of the Dynamics of the Mentally Retarded Offender" [co-authors] Thomas F. Courtless and David E. Silber, Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science 61(1): 71-77, 1970
 
1971 [subseries]:
127 13
[Foreword] in untitled book about halfway houses, January 1971
127 14
"U.S. Governmental Organization for Human Services Implication for Mental Health Planning" [co-author] James D. Isbister, 1971
162 1
[Interview], Physicians must be deeply knowledgeable and effective advocates for upgrading care in order to treat drug addicts successfully, American Medical News, 11 Jan 1971
 
1972 [subseries]:
127 15
"Psychologists in Corrections and Justice: Another View" [co-authors] Lorrin M. Koran, M.D., January 2, 1972
127 16
[Notes and typed manuscripts regarding Soviet Mental Health Issues], ca. 1972
127 17
[Untitled Foreword], November 28, 1972
 
1973 [subseries]:
127 18
"A bridge over troubled waters," World Health, May 1973
127 19
"Mental Health in the Future: Politics, Science, Ethics and Values" Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science 408:62-69, July 1973
127 20
"The Federal Government and Mental Health", ca 1973
127 21
"The Mentally Retarded Offender" [co-author] Thomas F. Courtless, Ph.D, 1973
 
1974 [subseries]:
127 22
"What You Should Know About Mental Depression" U.S. News and World Report, 9/9/74
 
1975 [subseries]:
127 23
"A discussion with Bertram S. Brown" Practical Psychology for Physicians, July 1975
 
1976 [subseries]:
162 2
"The life of psychiatry," The American Journal of psychiatry (133:5), May 1976
 
1977 [subseries]:
127 24
"Mazes of the Mind, An International Forum on Mental Health issues", October 1977
127 25
"Political Psychiatry: A Post-Watergate Perspective or the Revolution of Falling Expectations" Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Winter 1977
 
1978 [subseries]:
127 26
Update of "The Politics of Mental Health,"..., June 1978
127 27
"The Utility of Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Exchanges,"..., 10/20/78
127 28
"The Lightning Rod of Human Service Delivery" [co-author] Harold Goldstein, Controversy in Psychiatry 78, 1978
127 29
"Psychiatry in a Restless World,"...Journal of Religion and Health 17(3):192-198, 1978
127 30
"Healing Through the Performing Arts", ca. 1978
 
1979 [subseries]:
127 31
Introduction in Erich Lindemann's "Beyond Grief: Studies in Crisis Intervention", 1979
127 32
Book Review of C. Brandon Qualls, John F. Wincze, and David H. Barlow's "The Prevention of Sexual Disorders: Issues and Approaches" Siecus Report 7(6):1-2, 4, July 1979
127 33
"Definition of Mental Health and Disease," 1979
 
[Undated] [subseries]:
127 34
"Mental Health Controversies", [n.d.]
127 35
"The Mental Health Movement in the United States: Implications for the Developing Countries" [co-authors] Augusto Esquibel, M.D. and George M. Coleman, Jr., [n.d.]
127 36
"The Prevention of Hospitalization: Final Report of the Community Extension Service of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center" (folder 1 of 2), [n.d.]
127 37
"The Prevention of Hospitalization: Final Report of the Community Extension Service of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center" (folder 2 of 2), [n.d.]
 
Publications by other authors [subseries]:
 
Center for POW Studies [subseries]:
162 2
Julius Segal, "Therapeutic considerations in planning the return of American POWs to CONUS," [drafts], NMNRU, August 1972
162 3
Lourie, Norman V., ca. 1972-1974
162 4
Warren, Stafford, Proposals and memos re: expansion of NLM programs (Medlars) for mental retardation information, 1963-1964
162 5
West, Louis Jolyon, 1961-1964
162 6-7
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Reviews of draft papers, 1977-1980
162 8
Yolles, Stanley F., "Student use of drugs (2/6/1970);" "Drug abuse and the Federal Control Program (4/13/1970);" Statement before the SenateCommittee on the D.C. on Drug Abuse and Prevention (4/15/1970)"
 
Series VII: Professional and Personal Correspondence, 1959-1988 [series]:

The series contains personal and professional correspondence Dr. Brown received and composed over the course of thirty years. Contact with noted public and private officials included correspondence with Harry S. Truman, Jimmy Carter, Elliot L. Richardson, Caspar Weinberger, Walter Mondale, Warren E. Burger, Edward I. Koch, Winfield Dunn, Ann Landers, Coretta Scott King, and Nelson Rockefeller. Of particular interest is his correspondence with Sasha Gubkin, Barbara Gullage, and Janet Travell. In the early 1970s, Dr. Brown helped his cousins, the Gubkins migrate from the USSR to Israel. Correspondence with White House Physician Janet Travell shows the development of Dr. Brown's professional and personal friendship with her over many years.

Although the series largely consists of correspondence, it also includes clippings, memoranda, and poetry. To maintain the integrity of the original order of the records, folders are first arranged alphabetically by the last name of correspondent and the remainder chronologically by year.

128 1
A
128 2
Addlestone, Jeanette (Mrs. H.H.), 1967-1980
128 3
American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training, 1977
128 4
American College of Psychiatrists, 1976
128 5
Axelrod, Julius, 1973, 1975
128 6
B 1
128 7
B 2
128 8
B 3
128 9
B 4
129 1
Barnes, F. Herbert, 1975-1979
129 2
Bazelon, Dave (Judge), 1963-1978
129 3
Beck, Anatole, 1968-1978
129 4
Beigel, Allan, 1970-1979
129 5
Beinecke, Richard, 1980
129 6
Bellak, Leopold, 1973-1979
129 7
Bennett, Joel, 1979-1980
129 8
Ben-Or, Joseph, 1973-1975
129 9
Bergman, Charles C., (1 of 2), 1970-1981
129 10
Bergman, Charles C., (2 of 2), 1970-1981
129 11
Bernaly Del Rio, Victor, 1974-1978
129 12
Bestemen, Karst, 1971-1980
129 13
Bitterman, M.E. "Jeff", 1980
129 14
Bloch, Sydney, 1978
129 15
Blumberg, Irving, 1974-1979
129 16
Bodarky, Clifford, 1973-1978
129 17
Boslow, Harold, 1960-1975
129 18
Bourne, Peter, 1976-1978
129 19
Braceland, Francis, 1966-1978
129 20
Brenner, Harvey, 1975-1978
129 21
Brown, Dan, 1973-1978
162 9
Brown, Jerry [uncle], 1982
129 22
Bryant, Thomas, 1977-1979
129 23
Burch, Hobart A., 1968-1978
129 24
Burger, Warren (Chief Justice), 1976
130 1
C 1
130 2
C 2
130 3
C 3
130 4
Cabrera, Fernando, 1974-1981
130 5
Cade, Kathy, 1977, 1980
130 6
Calderone, Mary, 1979-1980
130 7
Calhoun, Jack, 1969-1978
130 8
Caplan, Gerald, 1981
130 9
Carter, Jimmy, 1976
130 10
Chaiklin, Harry, 1959-1979
130 11
Chaplin, George, 1967-1978
130 12
Cieslak, Donald (and Bev), 1967-1980
130 13
Ciurezu, Tiberius, 1973-1981
130 14
Coelho, George, 1975-1978
130 15
Cohen, Maurice, 1969-1980
130 16
Cohen, Sheldon, 1960-1977
130 17
Cooper, Theodore, 1974-1979
131 1
D
131 2
David, Henry, 1970-1978
131 3
Davis, Howard, 1971-1979
131 4
De Leon, Patrick (Pat), 1976-1980
131 5
Denham, William (Bill), 1972-1979
131 6
Dupont - Correspondence, 1974-1977
131 7
Demone Jr., Harold, 1970-1979
131 8
Dexter, Lewis, 1978
131 9
Dixon, Lee (and Joan), 1975-1980
131 10
Douglass, Joseph, 1970-1971
131 11
Duffy, John, 1975, 1978
131 12
Duhl, Leonard, 1959-1975
131 13
Dumas, Rhetaugh, 1975-1979
131 14
E
131 15
Eisenberg, Leon, 1970-1973
131 16
F 1
131 17
F 2
132 1
Farr, Robert, 1980-1981
132 2
Feldman, Saul, 1973-1980
132 3
Felix, R.H., 1962-1979
132 4
Flood, Daniel J., 1973-1975
132 5
Foley, Henry, 1975-1978
132 6
Freedman, Alfred M.,, 1970-1981
132 7
Freedman, Daniel X., 1974-1981
132 8
G 1
132 9
G 2
132 10
Gallagher, Joseph, 1976-1978
132 11
Glenn, John (Sen.), 1978
132 12
Goldston, Steven, 1970-1981
132 13
Gorman, Mike, 1970-1978
132 14
Gordon, Terry, 1974-1979
132 15
Gray, Cecilia, 1980
132 16
Gray, Mary, 1976-1978
132 17
Greenblatt, Milton, 1960-1979
132 18
Gullage, Barbara, 1959-1964
133 1
H 1
133 2
H 2
133 3
H 3
133 4
Hall, Jacqueline (Jackie), 1973-1979
133 5
Hall, William, 1969
133 6
Hallen, Phillip, 1969-1977
133 7
Hamburg, David, 1976
133 8
Hassler, Ferdinand, 1973-1975
133 9
Hersh, Steven, 1973-1981
133 10
Hill, Lister (Sen.), 1971, 1975
133 11
Holtzman, Wayne, 1971-1978
133 12
Houghton, Joan, 1977-1978
133 13
Hughes, Robert, 1977-1981
133 14
I
133 15
Inouye, Dan (Sen.), 1973-1978
133 16
J
133 17
Jacobs, Karen Folger, 1976-1978
133 18
Jacobson, Doris S., 1971-1982
133 19
Jaffe, Dennis, 1981
133 20
James, Vernon, 1972-1979
133 21
Javits, Jacob (Sen.), 1974, 1977
133 22
Jeffery, C.R., 1977, 1978
133 23
Joseph, Geri, 1970-1978
134 1
K 1
134 2
K 2
134 3
Kandel, Arthur, 1973-1981
134 4
Karasu, T. Byram (Dr.), 1978-1979
134 5
Kelly, James G., 1970, 1976
134 6
Kennedy, Ted (Sen.), 1973
134 7
Ketcham, Alfred (Dr.), 1974-1980
134 8
King Jr., Martin Luther (Mrs.), 1968
134 9
Kiresuk, Thomas J., 1978
134 10
Klebanov, Roman (Dr.), 1978-1981
134 11
Klein, Don, 1970-1979
134 12
Klein, Joel, 1980
134 13
Klerman, George, 1970-1978
134 14
Kline, Nathan (Dr.), 1973-1980
134 15
Kolb, Lawrence, 1971-1975
134 16
Koran, Lorrin (Dr.), 1972-1978
134 17
Kramer, Bernard, 1960-1968
134 18
Kuehn, John, n.d.
134 19
Kuramoto, Ford, 1977-1979
134 20
Kvarnes, Robert, 1971-1980
134 21
L 1
134 22
L 2
134 23
L 3
135 1
Lamb, Lawrence, 1968-1970
135 2
Lambo, T.A., 1973-1978
135 3
Landers, Ann, 1973-1974
135 4
Lasker, Mary, 1974-1979
135 5
Lear, Norman, 1975
135 6
Leeds, Alice, 1972-1978
135 7
Levit, Vladimir, 1975-1978
135 8
Levitan, Larry (Sen.), 1970-1978
135 9
Lin, Tseung-Yi, 1973-1980
135 10
Lopez-Ibor, J.J., 1973-1977
135 11
Lourie, Norman, 1969-1980
135 12
Lourie, Reginald, 1972-1979
135 13
Luton, Frank, 1969-1971
135 14
M 1
135 15
M 2
135 16
M 3
136 1
M 4
136