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The collection consists of materials associated with Vernon J. Dixon's scholarship. It contains his speeches related to equal opportunity, research notes, honors and awards, correspondence about his scholarly work and work-related trips and printouts of books, and journal articles related to his specialization.
The Committee on Economic Problems was appointed in 1937 to cooperate with the Social Order Committee of the Arch Street Yearly Meeting. Clair Wilcox, a Quaker professor of Economics at Swarthmore College was the first Chair. The Committee was interested in a variety of related issues, including industrial relations, unemployment, and economic and social research.