Horace M. Gray Papers, 1921-1980 | University of Illinois Archives
|Archives Research Center, 1707 S. Orchard||Box 1-15|
|Offsite: Prior notice required||Box 16-39|
Horace M. Gray (1898-1986) was a professor of economics at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign from 1927 to 1966. He was a researcher of economic policies focusing particularly on public utilities, monopolies, and government business regulations. He also testified in congressional committee hearings.
Papers include personal materials, correspondence and professional papers, class lecture notes, publications, conferences and talks relating to economic and social issues, and congressional committee hearings records and notes.
The first accession in the 1960s was organized as follows: (1) Administrative (1929-1962) arranged chronologically; (2) Governmental Activities (1942-1965) arranged chronologically; (3), Professional and Personal Material (1927-1966) arranged chronologically; (4) Manuscripts and Publications (1921-1966) arranged chronologically.
The second accession from 2015 is organized into 6 series (arranged by the University Archives, Midwestern State University, Texas): Series 1 Personal Material; Series 2, Correspondence and Professional Papers; Series 3, Lecture Notes; Series 4, Manuscripts and Publications; Series 5, Conferences and Talks, arranged chronologically; and Series 6, Congressional Hearings, arranged by U. S. Senate, U. S. House of Representatives, and U. S. Congress and chronologically within.