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Manuscript and published articles and other writings by Almack, including articles for the American School Board Journal and the Stanford Spellers. Subjects include history, education, psychology, sociology, health, medicine, child growth and development, poetry, short story and mystery writing.
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150 pamphlets in 2 v. ; 10 cm-32 cm.
  • [1] Pedestrian life savers (Fliers from different states) ([1950])
  • [2] Program: 38th National Safety Congress and Exposition, Chicago, October 16-20, 1950. Preliminary edition by National Safety Council, Chicago (1950)
  • [3] Safer living for all [by] National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C., 1946 Publications (1946)
  • [4] Program: 37th National Safety Congress and Exposition, Chicago, October 24-28, 1949. Preliminary edition by National Safety Council, Chicago (1949)
  • [5] Program: 35th National Safety Congress and Exposition, Chicago, October 6-10, 1947. Preliminary edition by National Safety Council, Chicago (1947)
  • [6] As never before... America needs Trained Drivers [From address by President Truman at The President's Highway Safety Conference, June 13, 1951] (1951)
  • [7] My first lesson [by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin
  • [8] What is the National Safety Council? [by] National Safety Council, Chicago
  • [9] The California Highway Patrol story, CHP Form No. 378 ([1959])
  • [10] The Big plus - seat belts, Ford Motor Company, Traffic Safety and Highway Improvement Department, Dearborn, Michigan ([1958])
  • [11] A study of the alcohol factor in automobile accidents [by] Repeal Associates, Inc., Washington, D. C. ([1938])
  • [12] Night visibility as a contributing causation factor of pedestrian fatalities published by the Connecticut Highway Safety Commission ([1945])
  • [13] Annual report 1948 - National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. (1948)
  • [14] Speed! still public enemy number one by T. E. Transeau, Bureau of Highway Safety, Harrisburg, PA (1950)
  • [15] Minnesota School safety patrol plan recommended by State of Minnesota, Department of Highways, 1944 (1944)
  • [16] Minnesota Action Program adopted by Governor's Traffic Safety Conference, Duluth, Minnesota August 23, 1946 (1946)
  • [17] Safety publications 1951-52 [by] National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. ([1952])
  • [18] The Police look ahead by Norman Damon, Automotive Safety Foundation (1944)
  • [19] School safety patrols in Wisconsin: a guidebook on school safety patrols, State of Wisconsin, Motor Vehicle Department ([1944])
  • [20] Ohio motorcycle mixups in traffic accidents [by] Ohio Department of Highways, Division of Traffic and Safety ([1948])
  • [21] Facts about your Driver's License [by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1948])
  • [22] Alabama Highway Accident Facts 1949 edition published by Alabama Department of Public Safety (1949)
  • [23] Safety education digest, Driver education, Fall 1951, New York University, Center for Safety Education (1951)
  • [24] Safely to School [prepared by] National Commission on Dafety Education and National Congress of Parents and Teachers (1946)
  • [25] Speed control: report of Joint Committee on Post-War Speed Control, December, 1945 (printed by National Safety Council) (1945)
  • [26] Recommendations of 1951 California Traffic Safety Conference, Sacramento, California, October 25-26, 1951, distributed by Governor's Coordinating Committee of State Officials on Traffic Safety (1951)
  • [27] Concpts of accidents [by] Robert W. Eaves and Stanley A. Abercrombie. Reprinted from The Journal of Educational Sociology, Vol. 20, No. 2, Oct. 1946 (1946)
  • [28] Speaking for Pedestrian Protection: a manual for those who seek or have thrust upon them the opportunity to spread knowledge on pedestrian accidents and their prevention. This pamphlet supplements the AAA publication "Pedestrian Protection". Prepared by Burton W. Marsh.3rd ed. Oct. 1948 (1948)
  • [29] Traffic action conference Santa Clara County February 9, 1952. Santa Clara County Chapter of the National Safety Council (1952)
  • [30] Annual report 1947 [by] National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. (1947)
  • [31] Let's learn a lesson from a decade in red: an official plan of action for traffic safety in California (1949)
  • [32] Traffic Quiz: questions and answers on Wisconsin traffic regulations for use on group programs and other occasions, prepared by the Safety Division of the State Motor Vehicle Department in the interst of traffic accident prevention ([1947])
  • [33] Facts about winter driving... every motorist should know [by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1947])
  • [34] Why Automobile Accidents by William Junkin Cox (Reprinted from Harper's Magazine, June 1935), Bulletin No. 2, Eno Foundation for Highway Traffic Regulation, Inc., Connecticut, March 1, 1936 (1935)
  • [35] Annual report 1946 [by] National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. (1946)
  • [36] Aren't people funny? [by] National Safety Council (c1951)
  • [37] Statement Regarding Drunk Driving [by] National Committee for Traffic Safety, Chicago
  • [38] Let's face the facts about accidents by Norman Damon, Automotive Safety Foundation, Address before the Virginia State-Wide Safety Conference, Roanoke, Virginia, May 25, 1944 (1944)
  • [39] Facts about your License to Drive ... and how to keep it ....Protect your right to drive
  • [40] I put safety across to your workers by teaching without preaching [by] National Safety Council, Chicago
  • [41] Let's look at the record! This address was presented before the Southern Safety Conference, Winston-Salem, N. C., March 5, 1946, by Norman Damon, Vice President, Automobile Safety Foundation (1946)
  • [42] Foot faults can be fatal! Why did 205 pedestrians die in Wisconsin in 1948? [by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1949])
  • [43] Your driving record [by] Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1950])
  • [44] Pedestrian deaths - Traffic safety design no. 25 "Be alert for pedestrians" ...October 25, 1948 [by] National Safety Council in cooperation with the National Committee for Traffic Safety (1948)
  • [45] The wreckord: The Travelers 1942 book of Street and Highway Accident Data [from the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut] (1942)
  • [46] Speed! Public enemy number one: a realistic approach to the rural highway traffic death problem by T. Elmer Transeau, Bureau of Highway Safety, Harrisburg (1950)
  • [47] Here today: The Travelers 1941 book of Street and Highway Accident Data [from the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut] (1941)
  • [48] You bet your life: a revie of America's shameful automobile accident record [from the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut] (1937)
  • [49] Death begins at 40 [by] The Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut ([1938])
  • [50] Smash hits of the year: The Travelers 1940 Book of Street and Highway Accident Data [by the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut] (1940)
  • [51] Lest we regret [by the Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut] ([1950])
  • [52] For experts only: safe driver award [by] National Safety Council, Chicago (1947)
  • [53] Stop, needless highway slaughter - Report of the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Motor Vehicles and Traffic Safety, 1960, no. 77 (1960)
  • [54] 1951 directory of Occupational Safety Posters published by National Safety Council, Chicago (c1950)
  • [55] Oregon State Highway Department, Traffic Engineering Division - One-way street routings on urban highways in Oregon, April, 1951 (1951)
  • [56] Winter Driving Facts, worth knowing [published by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1950])
  • [57] Teaching Children Safety the modern way - Tom Mix straight shooters episode #601, Monday, September 23, 1946 (1946)
  • [58] Service Guide 2.4, December 13, 1950 - Traffic Safety Services, National Safety Council (1950)
  • [59] Recurring Cycles in California traffic accidents by Victor W. Killick. Reprinted from The California Highway Patrolman, July, 1941 (1941)
  • [60] School safety services from Service Guide 2.3 December 13, 1950 published by National Safety Council, Chicago (1950)
  • [61] National Safety Council Presenting ... Fifty-nine new safety publications! (1950)
  • [62] Occupational safety services, Service guide 2.1 October 1, 1950 [by] National Safety Council (1950)
  • [63] Dirt and disorder [published by] National Safety Council (1951)
  • [64] Traffic Accident Prevention in Detroit: the fourth annual report of the Traffic Safety Association of Detroit ([1946])
  • [65] Learn and obey Traffic laws is the theme of the Colorado Motor Carriers' Association's March Courtesy and Safety Program by H. M. Floyd
  • [66] Let's get out of the muddle: a program for local action on our highway needs [29 min. Film]... General Motors Automobile Dealers
  • [67] Life can be safe in Wisconsin: if you obey the rules of careful driving [published by] State of Wisconsin, Motor Vehicle Department, Madison
  • [68] Address by Charles W. Galloway at eighth annual meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 24, 1930 (1930)
  • [69] Big changes occuring in California Motor Vehicle Traffic by Victor W. Killick ([1942])
  • [70] Annual report 1949 - National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. (1949)
  • [71] Don't fly by! Pass only when and where it is safe "Safety is no accident."
  • [72] War time transportation: a program by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ... published for the Pennsylvania Highway Transportation Advisory Committee by The Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, 1942 (1942)
  • [73] Recommendations of the 1956 Governor's Traffic Safety Conference, October 3-5, 1956, Sacramento, California (1956)
  • [74] Progress in the enforcement and adjudication of traffic laws [by] Norman Damon. Reprinted from Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 35, no. 4, Nov.-Dec., 1944 (1944)
  • [75] Annual report 1950 - National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. (1950).
  • [76] Ohio Traffic Accident Facts, 1948 edition [by] Ohio Department of Highways, Division of Tarffic and Safety (1948)
  • [77] Look Look again and think! ... Before you walk across the street ... {by] Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin
  • [78] Know your financial responsibility law (effective July 1, 1948) issued by California Department of Motor Vehicles, Sacramento, California (1948)
  • [79] The Three Vanishing Killers by F. J. Laher. Lasco Brake Products Corporation, Ltd, Oakland, Calif., April 15, 1951 (c1951)
  • [80] We must face the highway crisis now - there is only one real cure! The Goodyear Tures & Rubber Company, Inc.
  • [81] Wartime Highway Traffic Program .. sponsored by 28 National Organizations, printed by Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C.
  • [82] Calling all drivers: a guide to better motoring. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York
  • [83] Do you play the daily double-up. Rhode Island Highway Traffic Advisory Committee, Providence, Rhode Island ([1944])
  • [84] Voluntary car and tire conservation moves ahead by Pyke Johnson, July 3, 1942. Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C. (1942)
  • [85] Staggered hours: are meeting a vital wartime need. United Electric Railways cooperating with the Governor's Commission on Metropolitan Transportation
  • [86] Every Policeman A Traffic Officer by Joseph Kluchesky. Address delivered at New York City by Chief of Police Kluchesky before the Second Annual Highway Traffic Conference of the ENO Foundation for Highway Traffic Control, Saugatuck, Connecticut ([1945])
  • [87] The police traffic safety check sponsored by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Illinois ([1946])
  • [88] The Development of Essential Skills in Meeting Driving Emergencies by Herbert J. Stack. Center for Safety Education, New York University, 1951 (1951)
  • [89] Vacationers...Scotchlite Reflective Products Division, Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. Reprint of advertisement appearing in Traffic Engineering Magazine, August, 1951 and Better Roads Magazine, June and July, 1951 (1951)
  • [90] Crazy drivers distributed in the interest of safe driving by Hart Pressed Steel Corporation, Indiana in co-operation with The Inter-Industry Highway Safety Committee
  • [91] Ohio Traffic Accident Facts, 1950 edition [by] Ohio Department of Highways, Division of Tarffic and Safety (1950)
  • [92] Taxes by the mile by Roy F. Britton, National Highway Users Conference, Washington, D. C. An address before the Convention of the American Road Builders' Association at Cleveland, Ohio, January 20, 1936 (1936)
  • [93] Commercial vehicle accident facts on rural state highways 1947 edition. Ohio Department of Highways, Division of Traffic and Sagety (1947)
  • [94] ..."Justice for All" published by Highway Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1947])
  • [95] The Safe Driver, March 1950, Vol. 21, no. 3 (1950)
  • [96] "I didn't see" published by the Motorists' Vision Committee, American Optometric Association, Pittsburg
  • [97] The Safe Driver, December 1950, Vol. 21, no. 12 (1950)
  • [98-100] The Safe Driver, August-October, 1950, Vol. 21, no. 8-10 (1950)
  • [101] Will you be Victim X
  • [102] Creating Safer Communities published by Michigan State Police, State of Michigan (1937)
  • [103] The Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C. ([1946])
  • [104] Why must pedestrians die?Safety Division, Motor Vehicle Department, State of Wisconsin ([1952])
  • [105] The Safe Driver, November 1950, Vol. 21, no. 11 (1950)
  • [106-108] The Safe Driver, April, June-July, 1950, Vol. 21, no. 4, 6-7 (1950)
  • [109] Let's get serious about safety. Reprinted from Mass Transportation. Distributed by Accident Prevention Department, Association of Casualty & Surety Companies, New York ([1951])
  • [110] Michigan's Automotive Resources, July 1, 1943: areport to Gov. Harry F. Kelly on the State of War Worker Transportation by the Michigan State Safety Commission (1943)
  • [111] Talk by Horace I. Gwilym, Secretary, National Association of Taxicab Owners at Traffic Safety Fair, Radio Cab Company, Detroit, Michigan, July 16th, 1951 (1951)
  • [112] A Bill for an act relating to the equipment required on motor and other vehicles, and to amend the law relating thereto, Colorado, House Bill No. 300 by Representative Nelson ([1949])
  • [113] The Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Spotlight, Feb. 1947 (1947)
  • [114] The Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Spotlight, April, 1950 (1950)
  • [115] The Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Spotlight, May, 1948. Second Annual Governor's Highway Safety Conference, Boston, June 3, 1948 (1948)
  • [116] A preliminary guide to the literature on Highway Economics and Costing [published by] Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road Research Laboratory, October, 1946 (1946)
  • [116a] List of journals scrutinized in the library of the Road Research Laboratory [published by] Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road Research Laboratory, November, 1946 (1946)
  • [117] Some references on origin and destination studies [published by] Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road Research Laboratory, January, 1947 (1947)
  • [118] A survey of the technical literature on practice in marking pedestrian crossings [published by] Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road Research Laboratory, October, 1946 (1946)
  • [119] One car in six fails to pass brake-check. Conservation Bulletin no. 2, May 23, 1945. Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C. (1945)
  • [120] Highway Transportation facing its most critical year. Conservation Bulletin no. 1, February 2, 1945. Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C. (1945)
  • [121] Use a sane speed: hot drivers get cooled off by accidents [by] American Trucking Associations, Inc.
  • [122] Report of the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Motor Vehicle Problems, 1949. State of New York. Legislative Document (1949)
  • [123] Manuafacturing mileage through employee transportation conservation in Rhode Island War Industries by Rhode Island Council of War Agencies, July 1943 (1943)
  • [124] Safety publications by National Commission on Safety Education, Washington, D. C. ([1947])
  • [125] Public aid sought to curb accidents (Survey sponsored by The National Highway Users Conference (1946)
  • [126] Fatalities Year end - 1940 and Indiana Traffic Safety Contest sponsored by Governor's Coordinating Safety Committee and Indiana Traffic Safety Council (1940)
  • [127] Statistical summary of motor vehicle traffic accidents - year end 1940 [by] Indiana State Highway Committee ([1941])
  • [128] They can do it .. so can we, carry more to win the war [published by] Governor's Commission on Metropolitan Transportation
  • [129] You can help conserve transportation avoid the 5 p.m. rush, stagger closing hours and speed victory published by Governor's Commission on Metropolitan Transportation and R. I. Council of War Agencies ([1944])
  • [129a] Many mechanics have gone to war [published by] Governor's Commission on Metropolitan Transportation, R. I. State Council of Defense and R. I. Council of War Agencies ([1944])
  • [130] "Safety-check" shows one out of three cars need maintenance attention [by] Inter-Industry Highway Safety Committee, Washington, D. C. (1951)
  • [131] Accidents automovillisticos en Puerto Rico (1935)
  • [132] Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly, Vol. 54, no. 1, February 1936 [Mounting Auto deaths p. 13-14 (1936)
  • [133] Courtesy will make weekend driving a pleasure [published in] The Massachusetts Motor Vehicle "Spotlight" April-June, 1951 (1951)
  • [134] Texas State Police [news release] (1942)
  • [135] United Police Action for traffic safety [published by] Nation-Wide Brake Emphasis Program of the International Assoication of Chiefs of Police ([1945])
  • [136] Get wise to fall driving hazards [published by] American Trucking Associations, inc. ; Words of wisdom from the Colorado State Patrol
  • [137] Engrossed House Bill No. 221 laws passed by 82nd Indiana General Assembly (1941)
  • [138] Ratings of cities and counties in Indiana Traffic Safety Contest (1939)
  • [139] The mechanics of Motor Vehicle Accidents by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road Research Laboratory (1946)
  • [140] One out of three (Highway Homicide) California Safety Council ; Safety Bulletin No. IIB ([1939])
  • [141] One out of seven: a foot from trouble, a report on the nation-wide brake emphasis program and an estimate of today's traffic safety problem [by] International Association of Chiefs of Police ([1945])
  • [142] Stop accidents or else!! by C. Leonard Srack
  • [143] Let's reduce this score by Highway Safety Division, DMV, North Carolina ; Traffic accidents, January - December, 1951 (1951)
  • [144] Supplement No. 6 to list of approved devices published January 1, 1949 (This list includes all devices approved from January 1, 1949, to July 15, 1950) (1950)
  • [145] War Industry and automobile losses due to Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents, Providence, R. I. 1943 June 1944 (1944)
  • [146] Summary of State Legislative Action in 1950 in the field of the Uniform Vehicle Code issued by National Highway Safety Committee (1950)
  • [147-149] North Carolina Traffic Death Toll [published by] N. C> Department of Motor Vehicles, Highway Safety Division ; Accidents Records Section January, February and March, 1952 (1952)
  • [149a] Summary of Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents in Minnesota, Jan. 1 thru Dec. 31, 1948 (1949)
  • [150] The Pennsylvania Highway Safety Program Kit [published by] Governor's Highway Safety Advisory Committee.
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