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HUGFP 145

McClelland, David C. (David Clarence) Papers of David McClelland, 1900-1998 : an inventory

Harvard University Archives


Harvard University

© President and Fellows of Harvard College

Descriptive Summary

Call No.: HUGFP 145
Repository: Harvard University Archives
Creator: McClelland, David C. (David Clarence)
Title: Papers of David McClelland
Date(s): 1900-1998
Quantity: 37 cubic feet (113 boxes)
Language of materials: English
Abstract: David C. McClelland was a Harvard psychologist, noted especially for his work on achievement motivation. These papers chifely document his professional life.

Acquisition Information:

Accessions
  • 11163: 1987 July 23, David McClelland
  • 13589: 1997 June 18, David McClelland
  • 13881: 1998 November 6, Marian McClelland
  • 13889: 1998 December 10, Beverly Douhan
  • 13918: 1999 March 4, Marian McClelland
  • 14018: 1999 August 25, David G. Winter
  • Processing Information:

    Processed under the direction of Kate Bowers by Jill Snyder and Chris M. Lubicz-Nawrocki, September 2000 through March 2001 .

    Staff at the Harvard University Archives re-housed all papers in acid-free folders and document boxes, organized the material, maintaining the original organization where possible, and produced this finding aid.

    Staff in the Harvard University Archives tried to identify and preserve the organization of the papers as far as possible. While correspondence and course material arrived at the Harvard University Archives in good order, subject and project files and reprints were in no discernable order. Additionally, McClelland would re-use folders, so that sometimes the contents and the folder title are at odds. Staff o the University Archives imposed a rough subject organization where no intrinsic organization could be ascertained.

    A vast amont of material was weeded from the collection. Weeded material did not meet the collecting policy of the Harvard University Archives and consisted chiefly of duplicates, drafts, articles and papers written by other researchers, and raw data with no analysis or context. A small research study of "Rorschach results on renowned scientists," conducted by Anne Roe in 1957, was given to the Archives of the History of American Psychology in Akron, Ohio.

    Conditions on Use and Access:

    General Restriction
  • Consult with the reference staff of the Harvard University Archives for details on obtaining permission to see, to photocopy, or to publish from the Papers of David McClelland.
  • Specific Restrictions:
  • ___Evaluations
  • ___Those portions of the collection in which individuals are evaluated are closed. Those portions of the collection that must be reviewed before patrons may have access includes the entirety of the series relating to undergrateuate or graduate advising and those portions of the correspondence for which the folder title is an individuals' name.
  • ___University Records
  • ___Records of the Department of Psychology and Social Relations; for a period of 50 years, access to these files requires the permission of the Departments of Psychology and Sociology.
  • ___Records of University committees of which Professor McClelland was a member; for a period of 50 years, access to these files require the permission of the University department to which the committee reported.
  • ___Records of faculty search committees of which Professor McClelland was a member; restricted for a period of 80 years.
  • ___Records of University projects headed by Professor McClelland; for a period of 50 years, access to these files require the permission of the University department that sponsored the project.
  • ___ Consulting
  • ___Additional restrictions may apply to papers having to do with McClelland's consulting work.
  • Allied Material

    See works by and about David McClelland cataloged in Harvard's on-line library information system.

    Biography

    David C. McClelland was a Harvard psychologist, noted especially for his work on achievement motivation.

    Chronology of the life of David McClelland

    • 1917
      • Born May 20, 1917 in Mt. Vernon, New York
    • 1933
      • Graduates from Jacksonville, Illinois, High School
    • 1933-1934
      • Special student in languages at Macmurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois
    • 1938
      • Graduates from Wesleyan University , with an A.B. in Psychology
    • 1938
      • First marriage to Mary Sharpless, June 25, 1938
    • 1939
      • Obtains an A.M. from the University of Missouri in Psychology
    • 1941
      • Obtains a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Yale University
      • Becomes Instructor of Psychology at Connecticut College
    • 1942
      • Leaves Connecticut College
      • Instructor of Psychology at Wesleyan University
    • 1943
      • Served as Assistant and Acting personnel secretary of the American Friends Service Committee , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • 1944
      • Part-time lecturer in Psychology at Bryn Mawr College
    • 1945
      • Becomes an Assistant Professor on Psychology at Wesleyan University
      • Ends Part-time position teaching at Bryn Mawr College
    • 1946
      • Becomes Chairman of the Department of Psychology at Wesleyan University
    • Summer 1947
      • Assistant Director, Sky Island Hostel for European Refugees (American Friends Service Committee)
    • 1948
      • Becomes and Associate Professor of Psychology at Wesleyan University
      • Fellow of the American Psychological Association
    • 1949-1950
      • Lectures in Social Psychology at Harvard University , then returns to Wesleyan University
    • Fall 1950
      • Becomes a staff consultant for the Social Science Research Council . This was in connection with the Ford Foundation Program for basic Social Science Development
    • 1951
      • Publishes Personality, with J.W. Atkinson, R.A. Clark, E.L. Lowell
      • Lectures in Social Psychology at the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies , Salzburg, Austria
      • Becomes member of the psychology panel, National Research Council
    • 1952-1953
      • Serves as Deputy Director of the Behavioral Sciences division of the Ford Foundation
    • 1953
      • Becomes a Professor of Psychology at Wesleyan University
      • Member of the Fullbright Award Committee
    • Summer 1953
      • Lecturer in the behavioral sciences, Diplomats' Conferences, sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee, Clarens, Switzerland
    • 1955
      • Publishes Studies in Motivation
    • 1956
      • Leaves Wesleyan University to become a Professor of Psychology in the Harvard University Department of Social Relations
      • Honorary M.A. from Harvard University
      • Member of the training grants committee, National Institutes of Mental Health
      • Chairman of Staff, Center for Research in Personality
    • 1957
      • Honorary Sc.D. from Wesleyan University
      • Fellow, American Academy of Science
    • 1958
      • Receives Guggenheim Fellowship
      • Honorary D.Phil. from the University of Maintz , Germany
    • 1959
      • Travels to Italy with Guggenheim fellowship
    • 1961
      • Publishes The Achieving Society, with D.G. Winter
      • Lectures in Social Psychology at the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, Salzburg, Austria
    • 1962
      • Chairman of the Department of Social Relations, Harvard University ,
    • 1962-1963
      • Master, South House, Radcliffe College
    • 1963
      • Co-founder of McBer Consulting Co. (now a part of the Hay Institute ). McBer assists managers in evaluating and training their employees.
      • Honorary L.L.D. MacMurray College
      • Submits proposal to the National Education Association to offer seventh graders in good standing college scholarships to encourage motivation.
    • 1963-1964
      • Sabbatical year from Harvard University. Travels to India and Tunisia organizing research on entrepreneurial motivation.
    • 1964
      • Publishes The Roots of Consciousness
      • Chairman of the Staff, Center for Research in Personality
      • President of the Eastern Psychological Association
    • 1965
      • Becomes a member of the American Psychological Association Committee on Psychology in National and International Affairs
    • 1967
      • Becomes President of the New England Psychological Association
      • Ends service as Chairman of the Department of Social Relations, Harvard University
      • Ends service as Chairman of the Staff, Center for Research in Personality
    • Spring, 1968
      • Peace Corps consultant, travels to Southeast Asia and East Africa
    • 1969
      • Member of the Faculty of Education at Harvard University Graduate School of Education
    • 1970
      • Honorary D.Litt. from Albion College
    • 1972
      • Travels to Tunisia, Morocco, Spain, France, and Mexico as a U.S. Information Agency Consultant
    • 1972
      • Takes a leave from Harvard. Travels to Indonesia to participate in a UNIDO conference, spends three months in Sri Lanka, writes Need for Power
    • 1973
      • Ends teaching as a Faculty of Education at Harvard University
    • 1973
      • Has article published in The American Psychologist stating that IQ and personality tests are poor indicators of a person's competence
    • 1974
      • Travels as part of the U.S. Information Service to Sri Lanka, India, and Ethiopia.
    • 1975
      • Publishes Power: The Inner Experience
    • 1976
      • Receives the McKinsey Award
    • 1980
      • First wife, Mary, dies in December
    • October 10, 1981
      • Second marriage to Marian Adams
    • 1986
      • Retires, becoming emeritus professor of Harvard University
    • 1986
      • Distinguished research professor of psychology at Boston University
    • 1987
      • Receives the award for Distinguished Scientific contribution from the American Psychological Association
    • March 27, 1998
      • Receives the Bruno Klopfer Award from the Society for Personality Assessment
      • Dies.
    • 1999
      • Receives the Henry A. Murray Award from the American Psychological Association Division 8

    Series and Sub-series in the Collection

    • Biographical Materials
    • ___Biography, bibliography, curriculum vitae, interviews and articles
    • ___American Friends Service Committee and Cambridge Friends Meeting
    • ___Early papers and scrapbooks
    • ___Images of David McClelland and family
    • Correspondence
    • ___Alphabetical
    • ___Chronological
    • Research
    • ___Grant proposals and research plans
    • ___Instruments
    • ___Early research
    • ___Applied research overseas
    • ___Applied research consulting
    • ___Health research
    • ______Schizophrenia
    • ______Alcoholism and drinking studies
    • ______Diabetes
    • ______Psychobiological research
    • ___Sears follow-up studies
    • ___Leadership in religious organizations
    • Harvard Teaching and Administration
    • ___Course material
    • ___Correspondence with graduate students
    • ___Thesis advisees
    • ______Graduate thesis advisees
    • ______Undergraduate honors advisees
    • ___Undergraduate issues
    • ___Administration and committees
    • Writings and Speeches
    • ___Journal articles, book chapters, and texts of speeches
    • ___Correspondence relating to books

    Scope and Content of the Papers of David McClelland

    These papers document the professional life of David McClelland. While there are portions of these papers where McClelland's professional life and personal interests intersect, as in the papers relating to religion, McClelland the scholar is always more heavily documented than McClelland the private man.

    Chronologically, the papers cover all of McClelland's life, including a small amount of material from his childhood. Professional papers date from his college and graduate school years. Like his career, this collection is dominated by the years at Harvard.

    McClelland's activities in various arenas, teaching, consulting, pure research, are intermingled. A researcher may expect to find consulting materials from a McBer project among the reading materials for a course, while one may also find test results from a cohort of students in a folder on a reasearch topic.

    Inventory update

    This document last updated 2016 November 9.

    Container List

    • Series: Biographical Materials 5 boxes (63 folders and 3 scrapbooks) Boxes 25-27, 91, and 116
      Date: ca. 1900-1997
      • Biography, bibliography, curriculum vitae, interviews and articles, 42 folders Boxes 25-26
        Date: 1938-1996
        • List of Publications and Recent Papers [Revised Spring, 1986] Box 25
        • McClelland's Bibliography Box 25
        • Papers in Behavioral Medicine, [ca. 1985] Box 25
        • My Vita [David McClelland's Vita, ca. 1986] Box 25
        • McClelland, Vita and Biographical Information Box 25
        • Dictionary of Behavioral Science, [1971] Box 25
          Concerns information about David McClelland included in the dictionary.
        • Curriculum Vitae [and other biographical information, 1955-1974] Box 25
          Contains applications and forms filled out by David McClelland which contain biographical information.
        • Questionnaires, [1969-1973] Box 25
          Contains applications and forms filled out by David McClelland which contain biographical information.
        • [Wilbur Cross Medal, 1996] Box 25
        • [David McClelland biographical, 1938 and 1965-1974] Box 25
        • McClelland personal, [1945 and 1956-1964] Box 25
          File of personal correspondence and paperwork. Contains David McClelland's GRE scores and TAT. Also contains correspondence relating to David McClelland's honorary degrees at Harvard and Wesleyan.
        • [David C. McClelland, Newspaper Clippings, 1958-1971] Box 25
        • Publicity, [1969-1979] Box 25
          Contains articles written that mention David McClelland's work. Also contains a copy of a cartoon drawn of David McClelland and a photograph.
        • [Metropolitan Economic Development Association] Reports, March 1977, Vol. 5, No. 1, Elizabeth Pegues, Business Leadership Training Box 25
        • [David McClelland, Trip around the world, September-October, 1963] Box 25
          Contains itinerary of McClelland's travels.
        • [Interview with Professor David McClelland, 1970] Box 25
        • [Conversation: an Interview with David McClelland, 1972] Box 25
        • [Spencer Foundation Oral History Project, The Reminiscences of David C. McClelland, 1983] Box 25
        • [Healing Motives, an Interview with David C. McClelland by Joan Borysenko, 1985] Box 25
        • [David McClelland on Motivation: an Interview, 1978] Box 25
        • [To Know Why Men Do What They Do: a Conversation with David C. McClelland, 1971] Box 25
        • ["As I See it: an Interview with David C. McClelland",.1969] Box 25
        • ["Continuano le polemiche in Sabina sulla crisi della scuola italiana", Translation, 1953] Box 25
        • ["The Motivation of People Who Care" by David Nygren and Miriam Ukeritis, 1993] Box 25
        • [The View and Experience of Competencies' Founding Father, David McClelland, 1977] Box 26
        • [McClelland: an Advocate for Power, 1975] Box 26
        • ["Validity of Questionanire and TAT Measures of Need for Achievement: Two Meta-Analysis", by William D. Spangler, 1992] Box 26
        • [David McClelland: an Untiring Interesting the World, 1989] Box 26
        • [New England Monthly, David McClelland, 1985] Box 26
        • [David McClelland, McBer Company] Box 26
          Brief Biography of David McClelland from a McBer publication.
        • [Biographical Sketch, ca. 1986] Box 26
        • [Geriatric Series Added to Offerings, 1990] Box 26
        • [David McClelland Festschrift, 1980] Box 26
        • [Biographical Sketch, ca. 1987] Box 26
        • [Is There a Science of Success?, 1994] Box 26
        • [Psychologists Pursue the Irrational Aspects of Love, 1986] Box 26
        • [The Rise and Fall of the Nation's Economy, 1989] Box 26
        • [Why Men and Nations Seek Success, 1963] Box 26
        • [Kultur, Soziologie, Motive, Ballade der Leistung] Box 26
        • [Harvard's McClelland: Motivation Measure Up] Box 26
        • [The Role of the Entrepreneur: Reviving and Endangered Species, 1980] Box 26
      • American Friends Service Committee and Cambridge Friends Meeting, 8 folders Box 26
        Date: 1961-1997
        • [Talk at Cambridge Friends School, 1991] Box 26
        • Cambridge [Friends] Monthly Meeting [1961-1980] Box 26
        • American Friends Service Committee [1969-1977] Box 26
        • Committed Relationship [1990-1996] Box 26
        • "Gay" [Friends Meeting at Cambridge] [1993-1995] Box 26
        • Ministry and Counsel [Friends Meeting at Cambridge], 1994-1997 Box 26
        • Gnostics, Jesus in India [1995] Box 26
        • Mary's Staff, God Seminar [1972] Box 26
          Contains children's responses to the "God Seminar" i.e. reflections on God.
      • Early papers and scrapbooks, (6 folders and 2 scrapbooks) Box 27
        Date: 1925-1940
        • [David McClelland Scrapbook, 1925-1930] Box 27
        • [Fleetfoot the Pony, A Trip to Mars, The White Tailed Wolf: stories by David McClelland, ca. 1925-1930.] Box 27
          These stories were found in the 1925-1930 scrapbook.
        • Freshman Year at Wesleyan, [Scrapbook, 1934-1936] Box 27
        • [David McClelland's College Papers, 1931 and 1935-1937] Box 27
        • McClelland, Theories of Memory (B.A. Thesis) [1938] Box 27
        • [Syllabus of the Pro-Seminar on the Major Fields of Psychology, Yale University, 1939-1940] Box 27
        • [Syllabus revisions and Handouts, ca. 1939] Box 27
        • [David McClelland, Graduate School Papers, ca. 1940] Box 27
      • Images of David McClelland and family, (7 folders and 1 scrapbook) Boxes 91 and 116
        Date: 1900- 1997
        • [Post Cards of Buffalo Bill, 1977] Box 91
          These post cards were found in and among photographs kept by David McClelland. While there is a physical resemblance between Buffalo Bill as portrayed on the post cards and David McClelland, there is no implied family connection, the existence of these postcards among the papers may merely indicate a sense of humor.
        • [India Revisited. Jan-Feb 1965] Box 116
          This is a scrapbook of photographs, correspondence and drawings compiled while in India or shortly after. It appears to have been compiled by Mary McClelland.
        • [Correspondence and Drawings Found in the India Revisited scrapbook, 1965] Box 91
          This folder contains loose items that were inserted in the scrapbook.
        • [Photographs of David McClelland, early 1900s-1969] Box 91
          This folder contains a negative and a print of a photograph of David McClelland's father and grandfather.
        • [Photographs of David McClelland, 1970s] Box 91
          Includes photographs of David McClelland with his wife Mary.
        • [United Nations Industrial Development Organization], Vienna, 1972 Box 116
          This is a photograph of David McClelland on a panel at the conference.
        • [Photographs of David McClelland, 1980s] Box 91
          Includes photographs of the Yarway Corporation , the Behavioral Medicine Group at the Beth Israel Hospital , and Jack Atkinson's retirement.
        • [Photographs of David McClelland, 1990s] Box 91
          Contains photographs of the Board of the Yarway group, David McClelland with his daughters Mira and Usha, a photograph of a portrait of David McClelland that hangs in the Faculty Club and other photographs of David McClelland.
    • Series: Correspondence 57 boxes Boxes 1-19, 28-56, 73-76, 86-90
      Date: ca. 1946-1998

      Related Materials: Researchers will find additional correspondence in the Correspondence about Books which is part of the Speeches and Writings series.

      • Alphabetical Correspondence, 54 boxes Boxes 1-19, 28-56, 76, 86-90
        Date: 1946-1998

        Restrictions on Access: Portions of the correspondence contain evaluations of individuals' performance as students or employees. These portions are closed. Consult with Harvard University Archives reference staff about obtaining access to the open portions of the Alphabetical Correspondence.

        Processing Information: The correspondence arrived at the Harvard University Archives in two distinct alphabetical sequences. Staff determined that the sequences appeared to be accidental, rather than useful, and maintained the distinction in the physical arrangement of the series, but did not maintain this distinction in the list below. The list integrates the correspondence folders into a single alphabetical sequence. Additionally, some of McClelland's papers that arrived at the Archives with no apparent logical placement. Some of these papers were integrated with the alphabetical correspondence both physically and in the list below.

        • General Correspondence, A, 1977 [1977-1986] Box 1
        • A, General and Admissions Committee, [1961-1977] Box 46
        • Abdilahi, Hussein, [1985] Box 1
        • Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research (Neil Miller), 1981-1982 Box 1
          Includes tentative schedule for the 1983 meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine.
        • Academy of Behavioral Medicine, 1984 Box 1
        • Achievement Motivation Enhances Memory Through Release of Vasopressin, 1995 Box 86
        • Ad Hoc Committee, Social Relations Library in [William James Hall, 1974-1976] Box 46
        • ADH, [David] Gilbert, SIU [Southern Illinois University, 1993-1996] Box 86
        • ADH REFS [ Memory and Catecholamine Release, ca. 1994] Box 86
        • Admission (Applicants) (Personality), [1968-1970] Box 28
        • Admissions 1969-1970 Clinical Psychology and Public Practice, [1968-1970] Box 28
        • Aetna (Consultant), 1956-1958 2 folders Box 28
        • Aff. Marriage, Finn, Coleman [1976] Box 86
        • Affiliative Arousal and Repressive Style as Factors Relating to Metabolic Control in Adult Type I Unsulin Dependent Diabetics [ca. 1989, Correspondence] Box 86
        • Aging Seminar, [1994-1996] Box 86
        • Alexander, Arthur (Broker), [1985] Box 1
        • Alexander, Skip [Charles], [1982-1985] Box 1
        • [Transcendental Meditation] Project, 1983, Alexander [Charles Alexander] Box 1
        • Alpha Delta Phi, [1971-1976] Box 1
        • Alschuler, Al, [1963-1979] Box 1
        • Alverno College [Conference on Outcome-oriented Education], [1976] Box 1
        • American Academy of Arts and Sciences, [1965-1967] Box 28
        • American Data Preparation Center-Stephen Kowarsky, [1970] Box 1
        • American Friends Service Committee, [1957-1958] Box 29
        • American Friends Service Committee, [1965-1969] Box 28
        • American Health T. George Harris, [1982-1986] Box 1
        • American Indian Leadership Program, [1985-1986] Box 46
        • American Journal of Psychiatry, [1978] Box 1
        • American Psychological Association, [1964-1968] 2 folders Box 29
        • APA [American Psychological Association]: Mayer-Sklar (Film), [1962-1964] Box 29
        • American Psychological Association, [1969-1986] 2 folders Box 1
        • American Psychologist, [1983-1986] Box 1
        • [American Psychological Association]: Committee on Scientific Awards, [1968-1970] Box 1
        • Annual Reports, 1968 Box 46
        • Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., [1956-1962] Box 29
        • Appleton-Century-Crofts, [1968-1970] Box 1
          Contains correspondence in reference to out of print books by David McClelland. Whether or not David McClelland wants to buy the plates to The Achievement Motive or Studies in Motivation.
        • Appleton-Century-Crofts, [1972-1973] Box 76
        • Archer, Dane, [1975] Box 1
        • Archer, Dane, [1981-1985] Box 1
          Contains a photograph of Zachary, Nate, and Cameron Archer, Christmas, 1984.
        • Michael Argyle, [1970-1978] Box 1
        • Armington, R.Q. [Raymond Q.], [1982] Box 1
        • Aronoff, Joel, [1982] Box 1
        • Aronson, Elliot, [1983] Box 1
        • Articles Reviewed, [1971-1977] Box 1
        • Atkinson, Dr. John W., [1957-1964] Box 29
        • Atkinson, John, [1949-1985] 2 folders Box 2
        • AT&T, New Jersey, [1978-1980] Box 2
        • Augmenting/Reducing [Information Processing and the Need for Power, Correspondence 1977] Box 86
        • Author's Guild, [1973-1978] Box 2
          Contains "welcome letter" to David McClelland from Rex Stout
        • B General Correspondence, 1966-1976 Box 46
        • General Correspondence B, [1976-1986] Box 2
        • Bakan, David, [1956-1968] Box 46
        • David Bakan, [1970-1986] Box 2
        • Bales, F, 1961-1978 Box 46
        • Barger, Clifford, [1976] Box 2
        • Rosalind Barnett, [1974-1985] Box 2
          Contains a recommendation letter for Rosalind Barnett, former Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
        • Barron, Frank, [1977] Box 2
        • [Frank Barron, 1997] Box 86
        • Barry, Herbert, [1972] Box 2
        • Basic Books, Inc.-Publishers, [1976] Box 2
        • Baum, Andrew, [1982-1984] Box 2
        • [Walter H. Beebe, 1983] Box 2
          Information about Walter Beebe's donation of money to Harvard.
        • BEI [Behavioral Event Interviews], APA, Psychological Science, Final Version 11/1996 [1996-1998] Box 86
        • Referrals to BSC [Behavioral Science Center, 1969] Box 30
        • Behavioral Science Center (BSC) 1965-June, 1967 3 folders Box 31
        • [Behavioral Science Center], BSC, [May 1968-June 1969] 4 folders Box 30
        • Behavioral Science Center (BSC) (HRDC), [January 1963-February 1966] 2 folders Box 31
        • Benson, Herbert-Beth Israel Hospital, [1981-1985] Box 2
          Contains salary information.
        • Beswick, David, [1983] Box 2
        • Beth Israel Hospital-Correspondence, [1982-1984] Box 2
        • Bergthold, Gary, [1974-1977] Box 2
        • David Berlew, [1990] Box 2
        • Bestor, William, [1977] Box 2
        • Birney, Robert, [1957-1969] 2 folders Box 2
          Contains an American Psychological Association Fellow evaluation form for Robert Birney.
        • Blanton, Tom, [1976-1977] Box 2
          Contains a reference written for Tom Blanton.
        • Blood Pressure [Power Motivation and Cardiovascular Problems, ca. 1976] Box 86
        • BNA Communications Inc., [1973-1979] Box 2
        • Book Club, [1965-1970] Box 32
        • Bortnick, Barrie, [1964-1978] Box 2
        • Borysenko, Myrin and Joan, [1980-1986] Box 3
          Contains a letter of reference for Joan, who was up for tenure
        • Boston University, related 1985, or position, [1985-1986] Box 3
        • Boyatzis, Richard, [1971-1986] Box 3
          Contains a reference written for Richard Boyatzis.
        • Bray, Douglas, [1976-1977 and 1986] Box 3
        • Brecher, Edward M., [1970-1971] Box 3
          Contains a letter from David McClelland about a friend who is a recovering heroin addict
        • Brim, Orville G. Jr., [1970-1974] Box 3
        • Brown, Dan-Cambridge City Hospital, [1982-1984] Box 3
        • Brown, Donald, [1981-1984] Box 3
        • [Donald Brown, 1981] Box 86
        • Brown, Don (Ann Arbor, Michigan), [1986] Box 3
        • Brown, Roger, 1963-1969 Box 46
        • [Roger Brown, 1968] Box 86
        • Brown, Roger, [1980 and 1982] Box 46
        • Budd, Matthew, Harvard Community Health Plan, [1984] Box 3
        • Brown University, David Kolb, Summer 1961 [1961-1962] Box 86
        • Budget, Department Social Relations, [1969-1974] Box 46
        • Bureau of National Affairs, [1966] Box 76
        • Burnham, David H., [1984] Box 3
        • Bruns, Clark and Embry, [1985] Box 3
        • Burns, Jack, [1970-1983] Box 3
        • Buruss, James, [1971-1977] Box 3
          Contains a letter of reference.
        • [Achievement motivation in Women, by Gerald Lesser, 1971] Box 32
          The material in this folder consists of a draft of a paper by Gerald Lesser entitled Achievement Motivation in Women and a letter from Gerry Lesser to [Robert?] Steele relating to this essay.

          The original text on this folder tab was "Revised Businessmen TATs (comp. set)." It appears that McClelland may have re-used a folder without changing what he wrote on the folder tab, or he may possibly have thrown what seemed to him a related document into an existing folder, and then later removed the contents that were described by the text on the folder tab.

        • Buss, David, [1981-1985] Box 3
          Contains a letter against David Buss' tenure and a letter supporting David Buss' promotion.
        • Burwen, Dale, [1980-1981] Box 3
        • General Correspondence C,1977-[1987] Box 3
        • California Proficiency Testing, [1979] Box 3
        • Cambridge Friends School, 1961-December 1962 Box 33
        • Cambridge Friends School, [1961-1967] 2 folders Box 32
        • Cambridge University Press, [1983-1986] Box 3
        • [Cambridge University Press, 1985-1987] Box 86
        • Campbell, Vincent, [1977-1978] Box 3
        • Campos, Carlos, [1982] Box 3
        • Candidates for Jobs Box 46
        • Carlson, R.[Rae]-Society for Personality, [1982-1984] Box 3
        • CASS Administrative, General Correspondence [1987-1993] Box 86
        • Center for International Affairs, [1974-1980] Box 46
        • Chester, NIA, [1977] Box 4
        • Ciarlo, James, [1976] Box 4
        • Cicchetti, Dante, [1980-1981 and 1986] Box 4
        • Clarens and Washington Seminar, [1950-1957] 2 folders Box 33
        • Cleveland Foundation [1976-1977] Box 86
        • Cleveland Foundation, Comments on Papers [1977-1978] Box 86
        • Cleveland Foundation, Correspondence [1977-1981] Box 86
        • Cleveland Conference, Notes, November 3-4, 1977 [1977-1978] Box 86
        • Second Cleveland Conference [1978-1979] Box 86
        • Cleveland Foundation, Final Paper [1978] Box 86
        • Clinical Psychology, [1967]-1969 2 folders Box 47
        • Clinical Psychology, Counseling and Community, Fall 1969 Box 47
        • Clinical Psychology Inactive File, [1964-1967] Box 47
        • [Clinical Psychology Inactive File], Chicago Conference on Clinical Psychology, August 1965 Box 47
        • [Clinical Psychology Inactive File], Clinical Psychology, David McClelland, 1958-1965 Box 47
        • [Clinical Psychology Inactive File], McClelland on Clinical Psychology, 1964-1965 Box 47
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice] New Doctoral Program, [1967-1970] Box 47
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice New Doctoral Program], Memoranda, 1969 Box 47
        • Clinical Psychology in Public Practice, 1969-1970 2 folders Box 47
        • Clinical Psychology in Public Practice, Fall 1972 Box 76
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice] Admissions, [1969-1972] Box 28
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Staff], Clinical Psychology Students, [1955-1968] Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Staff], Appointments, 1969-1971 Box 48
        • Clinical Psychology Faculty, [1970-1972] Box 48
        • Clinical Psychology Evaluation, 1970 Box 48
        • Clinical Psychology Memo. on Competency in Motivation, 1971 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice National Institutes of Mental Health Applications], 1970-1971 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice National Institutes of Mental Health Applications], Clinical Training Grant, 1970-1971 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice National Institutes of Mental Health Applications], 1970-1972 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Curriculum and Degrees, Evaluation], 1971-1972 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Curriculum and Degrees, Evaluation], Methods exam, [1972] Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Curriculum and Degrees, Evaluation], Vote on Skills and Contracts, 1972 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Curriculum and Degrees, Evaluation], Faculty Meeting, 1972 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice Curriculum and Degrees, Evaluation], Competencies, 1972 Box 48
        • [Clinical Psychology in Public Practice] Committee, 1975 Box 48
        • College of the Air, [1976-1977] Box 4
        • College 3, [Human Growth and Development Center, 1974] Box 76
        • Colman Couples Data, [1975] Box 4
        • Committee of Fifteen, [1970 and 1975] Box 49
        • Committee on Degrees, [1974-1979] Box 49
          Committee on Degrees in Folklore and Mythology.
        • Committee on Degrees in Folklore and Mythology [1974-1981] Box 49
        • Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life. (Epps), 1975 Box 49
        • Committee on Proposed Clinical Program, 1979 Box 49
        • Committee on the Use of Human Subjects [1976-1979] Box 49
        • [Committee on Undergraduate Instruction/Education], Jill de Villiers, Chairman, [1975-1976] Box 49
        • Committee on Women's Studies, 1979 Box 49
        • Committee to Develop Joint Technical Standards for Educational and Psych. Test, [1981-1982] Box 4
        • Committee to Review Career Ladders of Psychologists and Social Scientists in the Medical School, [1972-1973] Box 49
        • [The Competent Use of Managerial Power, 1980] Box 86
        • Computer Based Lab Charges, 1982- [1981] Box 49
        • Computer Monthly Service Report, [1977-1979] Box 49
        • Computers in Human Behavior, [1984-1986] 2 folders Box 4
        • Corporation Appointees (1975-1976), Department of Psychology And Social Relations Box 49
        • Costa, Paul, [1970-1972] Box 49
        • Crary, Bruce, [1983] Box 4
        • Crocombe, R.G., [1977] Box 4
        • Cutter, Henry, [1974-1976] Box 4
          Includes letter from Cutter to McClelland of July 28, 1976 re: "Note on the impact of power motivation training on alcoholics".
        • General Correspondence, D, [1968-1986] Box 4
        • Dailey, Charles, [1977] Box 4
        • Dalziel, Murray (McBer & CO.), [1985-1986] Box 4
          Includes "Communications Audit 1985," an investigation into the effectiveness of communication on the Cowes site.
        • D'Andrade, Roy, [1982-1983] Box 4
        • Darley, John, [1975] Box 49
        • Dave's [David McClelland's] Afftrust Information [1989-1990] Box 86
        • Davidson, Richie [1976-1980] Box 86
        • Davidson, Richard, [1982-1985] Box 4
        • Davies, Evan, [1968-1974] Box 4
        • Davis, Penny, (1985-1986) Box 76
        • Davis, William [1969] Box 76
        • DeCharms, Richard, [1965-1982] 2 folders Box 4
        • [Richard DeCharms, 1970 and 1982] Box 86
        • Department Committees, 1982-1985 Box 49
        • Department Meetings, [1981-1983] Box 49
        • Department Meetings (Faculty Memos & Minutes), [1981-1986] Box 49
        • Department of Health and Human Services (Clearing House on Health Indexes), [1984] Box 4
          Includes "Clearinghouse on Health Indexes," a bibliography on health indexes.
        • Department of Psychology and Social Relations (Meetings, etc.), [1967-1975] 2 folders Box 50
        • Dept. [Department] of Social Relations (Meetings), 1969-1979 Box 50
        • Department of Psychology and Social Relations (Minutes), [1972-1977] Box 49
        • Department of Psychology and Social Relations, [1977-1980] Box 49
        • Department of Psychology and Social Relations (Ethics Committee), [1976-1980] Box 50
        • Diabetes II, 1st Paper [Motivational and Neurohumoral Characteristics of Insulin Dependent Diabetics, ca. 1986, Correspondence] Box 86
        • Diabetes/Eating Paper, May-June 1989, Affiliative Arousal and Alexithymia as Factors Affecting Metabolic Control in Adult Insulin Dependent Diabetics, [1989-1990] Box 86
        • Dientsfrey, Harris, [1985] Box 4
        • [Dr. Thompson's Committee On Curricular Changes] Curriculum Committee, [1974] Box 50
        • Dorsky, Susan, [1985] Box 4
          Includes Dorsky's thesis proposal.
        • Dougherty, Knowles, [1983-1985] Box 4
        • [Peter Drummond, 1995] Box 87
        • [Joe Ducette, 1986] Box 87
        • Ducey, Charles, Ph.D., [1979-1980] Box 4
        • Dweck, Carol (GSE) (Graduate School of Education), [1983-1984] Box 50
        • Dzodin, Harvey, [1976] Box 4
        • General Correspondence E, [1977-1987] Box 4
          Includes correspondence with Dr. Alan F. Fontana, members of the Graduate School of Education, Karl Scheibe of Wesleyan University (the name "Ehlinger" is written on this letter), Judith Glickman of Grolier, Inc., and Edward T. Lewis of Cornell University representing the "Executive" magazine.
        • Economic Development and Cultural Change-Bert Hoselitz and G. Johnson, Editors, [1981-1986] Box 4
        • Edelman, Dr. Stephen, [1977-1978] Box 4
        • Education, Standing Committee Degree of Ph.D., [1973-1979] Box 50
        • Educational Testing Service, [1968-1977] Box 5
          Includes "Report of ETS activities," vol. 4, #6, 1970.
        • The Effect an Academic Examination on Norepinephrine and Salivary Immune Function, McClelland, Ross and Patel 1983 [Correspondence, 1984-1985] Box 87