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Pediatricians [subseries]:
 
John Butler, Judy Palfrey, et al. [subseries]:
99 36
Papers, 1981-1984
99 37
Resume and Qualifications, 1981-1988
99 38
Children with Special Needs Program, 1982
99 39
Meeting, Human Resources Center, Albertson, L.I., NY, 1983 Apr
99 40
Meeting Correspondence, 1983 Oct 3
99 41
Children with Special Needs Program, 1983
99 42
Correspondence, AVEPANE, 1983
99 43
Children with Special Needs Program, 1984
99 44
Correspondence, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1984
99 45
Harvard Appointment Report and Clippings, 1984
99 46-47
Children with Special Needs Program, 1985
99 48
Correspondence, (with Vince Hutchins), 1985
99 49
Correspondence, 1985-1988
99 50
Paper, Options for a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative to Benefit Severely Emotionally Disturbed Children and Youth, 1987 Dec 18
99 51
Recommendation for Promotion, 1988
99 52
January 7, 1989 Memorial Service, 1988-1989
100 1
Meeting, John Butler Fund, 1989 July 14
100 2
John Butler Memorial, 1990 June 11
100 3
Wendy Chavkin, Articles, 1998-2000
100 4
Elena O. Nightingale File, 1990-1997
 
Judith S. Palfrey [subseries]:
100 5
Papers and Articles, 1986-1987
100 6
[File], 1994-1997
 
Alice Smuts [subseries]:
100 7
Excerpts from Dissertation (Chapters 4 and 5), 1990
100 8
Chapter 12 of Book, 1993
100 9
Chapters 7 and 16 of Book, 1995
 
Paul Wise [subseries]:
100 10
Reports and Correspondence, 1984-1985
100 11
Award, Medical Foundation, Inc., 1984 Sept 1-1985 Aug 31
100 12
Recommendations, Promotion and Memberships, 1985
100 13
Articles, 1985; 1988; 1994-1995
100 14
Papers, 1985; 1990; 1994
100 15
Manuscript, Confronting Racial Disparities in Neonatal Mortality Developing a National Policy, 1986
100 16
Projects, 1986
100 17
Statement to Senate, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1987 Oct 27
100 18
Malaysia Trip, 1988 Jan 26-30
100 19
Correspondence, 1988
100 20
Award, APHA Young Professional, 1988
100 21
Proposal, Refinement of Methods for the Local Analysis of Infant Mortality Review Data: The Special Case of San Diego County, 1989 Sept
100 22
NIH Grant Proposal, 1989
100 23
Correspondence, 1989
100 24-25
Reports, 1990 July
100 26
Reports, 1991
100 27
Reports, 1992
100 28
Finding Common Ground Project, 1993-1996
100 29
Articles, 1998-2000
 
Meetings [subseries]:
100 30
Workshop, Northern Ohio Pediatric Society, Pediatrics: 1975, Cleveland, 1965 Apr
100 31
Dedication of Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, CT, 1977 Sept 29
100 32
Meeting, Chemical and Radiation Hazards to Children (Laurence Finberg), 1981
100 33
Live from Duke: Pediatrics, 1982 Jan 22-23
100 34-35
Meeting (Annual), Foundation for Child Development, 1982 Sept 23
100 36
Symposium, 1st Annual Eric Denhoff Memorial, Providence, 1984 May 30
100 37
Conference, Child Welfare League of America (Michael Petit), 1985 Mar 13
100 38
Symposium, Child Development: Opportunities for Intervention, 1985 May 31
100 39
Maternal and Child Health: Title V Celebration, 1986 May 13
100 40
Workshop, Healthy Children: Past, Present, Future, Boston, 1986 Sept 15-17
100 41
Conference, Healthy Children: Past, Present, Future, Boston, 1986 Sept 15-17
100 42
Dedication Ceremony, Toward the Year 2000 in Child Health, James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, IN, 1986 Oct 7
100 43-44
Meeting, Foundation for Child Development, 1986 Dec
101 1
Meeting, Carnegie Corporation, Early Childhood Development Programs, NYC, 1987 Oct 15
101 2
Mayoral Commission, NYC, Future of Child Health, 1987 Oct
101 3
Meeting, Mayoral Commission, NYC, Future of Child Health, 1987 Nov 5
101 4
Meeting, Mayoral Commission, NYC, Future of Child Health, 1987 Dec 17
101 5
Meeting, Carnegie Corporation, World Health: The Role of the United States of America, 1988 May 2
101 6
National Health Policy Forum, Washington, D.C., 1988 Dec 20
101 7
Children's Defense Fund, 1989 Mar 8
101 8-9
Conference, Cross-National Comparisons of Child Health, Washington, D.C., 1990 Mar 17-19
101 10
Meeting, Child Health, NYC, 1990 Apr 27
101 11
Center for Study of Social Policy, 1990 Sept 27
101 12
Workshop on Effective Services for Young Children, 1990 Nov 1-2
101 13
Meeting, Daedelus, 1991 Apr 24-26
101 14
Meeting, University of Arkanas, Little Rock, 1992 Dec 15-16
101 15
Dyson Symposium, Rochester, NY, 2001 Sept 28-30
 
Speeches [subseries]:
101 16
Closing the Gaps in the Availability and Accessibility of Health Services, NY Academy of Medicine, NYC, 1965 Apr 29
101 17
Twenty Percent of the Nation, National Conference on Day Care Services, Washington, D.C., 1965 May 14
101 18
Child Development: A Basic Science for Pediatrics, American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Child Development Annual Meeting, Chicago, 1966 Oct 23
101 19
Child Care in Contemporary American Society: Priorities in Child Health Services, American Academy of Pediatrics Spring Meeting, San Francisco, 1967 Apr 3
101 20
Gaps in Child Health Service, [ca.1968]
101 21
The Missing Step in Health Services for Children, [ca.1968]
101 22
Philosophy of Services to Children, [ca.1968]
101 23
Essential Elements for Comprehensive Health Care for Children and Youth, Ann Arbor, MI, 1970 Mar 23-25
101 24
Toward the Twenty First Century in Child Health, Dedication of James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, 1971 Apr 28
101 25
Investing in Children, Perlstein Memorial Lecture, 1978
101 26
The Priority of Children, 1995 Oct 26
 
Publications/Papers [subseries]:
101 27
Blood Level of Thiamine in Normal Children by Harry A Waisman, et al (from AMA American Journal of Diseases of Children, vol. 82), 1951 Nov
101 28
Nutritional Anemia in Children: Importance of Emotional, Social, and Economic Factors by George H. Pollock and Richmond (from Psychosomatic Medicine, vol. 15, no. 5), 1953 Sept-Oct
101 29
Public Health, Medicine and Pediatrics by Richmond (from American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, vol. 27, no. 2), 1957 Apr
101 30
Hazards of Technologic Advance by Richmond (from Pediatrics, vol. 22, no. 4, part 1), 1958 Oct
101 31
The Role of the Pediatrician in Early Mother-Child Relationships by Richmond (from Clinical Proceedings of the Children's Hospital, vol. 15, no. 5), 1959 May
101 32
The Impact of Theories of Child Development by Bettye M. Caldwell and Richmond (from Children), 1962 Mar-Apr
101 33
Opportunities and Training for a Career in Academic Pediatrics by Richmond (from The New Physician, vol. 11), 1962 July
101 34
Child-Rearing Practices and Their Consequences by Richmond and Bettye M. Caldwell (from Modern Perspectives in Child Development), 1963
101 35
Methods of Teaching Preventive Pediatrics: b. Mental Aspects by Richmond (from Acta P'diatrica, Supplement, vol. 151), 1963
101 36
The Teaching of the Psychological Development of the Normal Child by Richmond (from Courrier, vol. 14, no. 1), 1964 Jan
101 37
Gaps in the Nation's Services for Children by Richmond (from Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, vol. 41, no. 12), 1965 Dec
101 38
Child Development: A Basic Science for Pediatrics by Richmond (from Pediatrics, vol. 39, no. 5), 1967 May
101 39
How Long, Oh Lord, How Long?-A Proposal for the Extension of Day-Care Programs by Richmond, 1967
101 40
The Mother's Tie to Her Child by Richmond (from Pediatrics, vol. 45, no. 2), 1970 Feb
101 41
Conference on Health Services for Children and Youth, March 18-20, 1969, Chapel Hill, N.C. (from American Journal of Public Health, Supplement, vol. 60, no. 4), 1970 Apr
101 42
To Foster Early Child Development and Care by Richmond (from Early Child Development and Care, vol. 1), 1971
101 43
Human Ecology Forum: Special Issue on Child Care, vol. 1, no. 4, 1971 Spring
101 44
Problems Related to Learning in Early Childhood by Richmond (from Clinical Pediatrics, vol. 10, no. 8), 1971 Aug
101 45
Book Review by Richmond, Youth Aliyah Leads in Children Development edited by Martin Wolins and Meir Gottesmann (from Hadassah Magazine, vol. 53, no. 1), 1971 Sept
101 46
Biological and Social Factors in Early Development: Implications for Child Care Programs (chap. 15) by Richmond and Stanley Walzer (from Identification of Predelinquents), 1972
101 47
Seymour L. Lustman: The Early Professional Years by Richmond (from The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, vol. 27), 1972
101 48
Book Review by Richmond, Two Worlds of Childhood: U.S. and U.S.S.R by Urie Bronfenbrenner (from American Journal of Orthopsychiatry), 1972
101 49
The Central Task of Childhood: Learning the Pediatricians Role by Richmond and Stanley Walzer (from Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 205), 1973 Feb 28
101 50
The State of the Child: Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? by Richmond (from American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, vol. 44, no. 4), 1974 July
101 51
An Idea Whose Time Has Arrived by Richmond (from Pediatric Clinics of North America, vol. 22, no. 3), 1975 Aug
101 52
Child Health in America: Toward a Rational Public Policy by Eli H. Newberger, Carolyn Moore Newberger, and Richmond (from Health and Society), 1976 Summer
101 53
The Needs of Children by Richmond, 1977
101 54
Some Reflections on Ethical Issues and Scientific Research (chap. 3) by Richmond and Juel M. Janis (from Biomedical and Social Bases of Pediatrics), 1981
101 55
Journal Articles (photocopies), Pediatrics, vol. 70, no. 1, 1982 July
101 56
Co-ordination and Development of Strategies and Policy: The United States Example (chap. 14) by Richmond and Milton Kotelchuck, 1983
101 57
Personal Health Maintenance for Children by Richmond and Milton Kotelchuck (from The Western Journal of Medicine, vol. 141), 1984 Dec
101 58
Coming of Age: Developmental Pediatrics in the Late Twentieth Century by Richmond (from Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, vol. 6, no. 4), 1985 Aug
101 59
Genetic Strategies for Preventing Chronic Illnesses (book chapter) by Neil A. Holtzman and Richmond (from Issues in the Care of Children with Chronic Illness), 1985
101 60
Future Training of Pediatricians: Report of a Series of Conferences Sponsored by the American Board if Pediatrics by William Cleveland and Robert Brownlee (from Pediatrics, vol. 80, no. 3), 1987 Sept
101 61
Resiliency: Research and Practical Implications for Pediatricians by Richmond and William R. Beardslee (from Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, vol. 9, no. 3), 1988 June
101 62
Paper (Milton Kotelchuck), Status of Child Health in U.S. Today: How to Improve and Expand Child Health Care Services (draft), [ca.1982]
101 63
Paper, Advocacy for Child Health: Past, Present and Future by Milton Kotelchuck (with Richmond), Harvard University, 1982 Apr 17
101 64
Paper, Strategies for Improving Child Health in Massachusetts by Milton Kotelchuck (with Richmond), 1982 June 1
101 65
Toward Healthy Child Development: The Prevention of Damage to Children, Carnegie Corporation, 1983 Nov 17
101 66
Paper, Recent Developments in Health Policy in the United States by Milton Kotelchuck (with Richmond), 1983
101 67
Papers, Milton Kotlechuck, 1984
101 68
Paper, Five Year Plan (Barbara Korsch), 1985 Mar 15
101 69-70
Paper, Failure to Thrive: Familial Characteristics, [ca.1985]
101 71
Paper, Prevention: The Short and the Long of It (draft), 1986 Feb 27
101 72
Paper, Families: The Future Lies Ahead (Juel Janis), 1986 May 2
101 73
Abstract, From Healthy Children to Healthy Adults (Lawrence Green), 1986
101 74
Free the Children, 1986-1988
101 75
Papers, Development and Education (Sara Harkness), 1987
101 76
Paper, Children Are the Future: Are We Doing Right by Them? Do Our Actions Match Our Rhetoric? (Frederick C. Robbins), 1991 Nov 6
101 77
Paper, Child Rights and Development: Proposal for a Interdisciplinary Program (Mary Carlson), 1994 Nov
101 78
Paper, Computer Network for Improving Quality and Efficiency of Children's Primary Health Care (Larry Deutsch), 1995
 
General [subseries]:
101 79
The Future of Pediatric Education: A Report by the Task Force on Pediatric Education, 1978
101 80
Children's Deaths in Maine, 1976-1980, Final Report (Michael Petit), 1983 Apr
101 81
Report (final), Summer Institute on Child Development and Social Policy, Society for Research in Child Development Committee on Child Development and Social Policy, Cornell University, June 17-29, 1984, 1985 Mar
101 82-83
Report of the Committee on Research Society for Behavioral Pediatrics, 1985-1986
101 84
Proposal, Harvard Center for Children, 1987
101 85
Proposal (Michael Petit), 1988
101 86-94
Correspondence, 1976-1977; 1982-1987; 1996-1998
101 95
Dinners, 1976-1977
101 96
Pediatric Diagnosis, 1976-1977
101 97
Pediatrics (Stanford B. Friedman), 1976-1977
102 1
Principles of Pediatrics Health Care of the Young, 1976-1977
102 2
General Instructions to New Secretary for the Child Health Policy Program, 1979
102 3
Book, Behavioral Pediatrics (in development; Saunder, 1982), 1981
102 4
Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981-1982
102 5
Meharry Medical College, 1981-1982
102 6
Honoring Albert J. Solnit, 1983; 1989
102 7
Contemporary Pediatrics, Deadline for January, 1984
102 8
Carnegie Corporation, Book Extension, 1985
102 9
Child Research Institutes, 1985
102 10
Press Releases for Publication, 1986
102 11
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, 1987
102 12
Contemporary Pediatrics, Awards Presentations, 1988-1989
102 13
Children and Society Course, 1988-1989
102 14
University of Arkansas, Child Development Program, 1989
102 15
Kids Count, Charles Gershenson, 1990
102 16
James A. Perrin, Manuscript, 1991-1995
102 17
Articles and Conferences, Irving B. Harris, 1992-1996
102 18
National Emergency Committee for Medical Evacuation of Children from the Former Yugoslavia, 1993
102 19
Early Childhood Programs, 1994-1995