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This collection contains completed survey forms and survey processing records (codebooks, cross tabulations, and frequency tables); correspondence, grant proposals, and other administrative and project planning records; newspaper clippings, research articles, and other reference material; and oral history interview audio recordings and transcripts from the Black Middletown research project ranging from 1968 to 1986.
This collection includes reports written by Joseph D. Brown and published by the Bureau of Business Research at Ball State University ranging from 1973 to 1974. The subject of the reports is the economic status of Muncie, Indiana.
This collection includes papers and project files collected by C. Warren Vander Hill regarding Middletown Studies and the Middletown Film project in Muncie, Indiana from 1959 to 1990.
This collection includes transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by New River Media as part of the documentary The First Measured Century. The interviews discuss the significance of the Middletown Studies.
Growing Up Black in Middletown, interview with Vivian Conley, Dan Kelley, Jr., and Hurley Goodall video
This collection contains transcripts and other materials related to the Indiana Oral History Project ranging from 1969 to 1981.
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This collection includes copies letters and other documents related to Helen and Robert Lynd and their study of Muncie, Indiana as Middletown in the 1920s. Many of the documents are copied from the Helen Lynd Papers in the Sarah Lawrence College Archives and the John D. Rockefeller Archive.
This collection contains documents written by and by Lynn Perrigo and his critique of Middletown from 1921 to 1992.
The collection consists of the question banks and codebooks for the project from 1978-2004. Online access to the data is available online via the Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA).
This collection contains articles and reviews from several authors around the country ranging from 1929 to the present regarding the various Middletown Studies.
This collection contains magazines published in the United States between 1900 and 1941 and includes an issue of LIFE magazine from 1937 containing a photograph essay by Margaret Bourke-White proclaiming Muncie, Indiana to be the "Great U.S. 'Middletown'." These magazines are representative of the kinds of magazines that would have been read by many Americans during the era of the first two Middletown Studies.
This collection contains papers from the 1978 American Sociological Association Meetings in San Francisco that deal with the Middletown III project.
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This collection contains documents used to compile a comprehensive bibliography of publications related to the Middletown studies from 1929 to 1990.
This collection includes unpublished writings ranging from 1922 to 1990 regarding Middletown Studies.
This collection includes newspaper clippings from local, national, and international newspapers covering the original Middletown publications in the 1920s and 1930s and the subsequent research projects from the 1970s-1990s. The collection is organized by publication. Box 2 includes copies of the same publications.
- Repository: Middletown Studies Collection X
- Middletown Studies Collection 25
- Muncie (Ind.) 15
- Documents 10
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources 6
- Oral history 5
- Publications 5
- Correspondence 4
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century -- Sources 4
- Photographs 4
- Local history 3
- Manuscripts 3
- Muncie (Ind.) -- Photographs -- 20th century -- Sources 3
- Surveys 3
- Transcription 3
- African Americans 2
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 21st century -- Sources 2
- Newspapers 2
- Transcripts 2
- Video recordings 2
- African American history 1 + ∧ less