E. G. Rogers Collection
Scope and Contents
The collection contains 49 items: 45 letters, two poems, one biographical sketch, and one newspaper clipping. These items have been placed in 27 acid-free file folders, and will be stored in one Hollinger box totaling .165 linear feet.
The majority of the correspondence includes a typed biographical notation about the writer, and his relationship to him/her. It includes a biographical sketch written by Donald Davidson as well as two of his unpublished poems.
Language of Materials
E. G. Rogers received his MA Degree in 1936 from Peabody College for Teachers. He became an English Teacher, wrote for a local newspaper, and authored several books including a biography on Nathan Bedford Forrest. He was active in several organizations including the Tennessee Education Association, and the Tennessee Folklore Society. He served as a Counselor for the Poetry Society of Tennessee where he received a Gem Stone Award in 1967 for his poetry.
.42 Linear Feet
Special Collections & Archives
- Finding Aid for the Ralph J. Bunche Papers
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
Part of the Vanderbilt University Special Collections Repository
Special Collections Library
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