Frank Lawrence Owsley Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0003

Scope and Contents

The papers of Frank Lawrence Owsley which cover the period 1913 –1959 consist of ten cubic feet of materials and are primarily concerned with the professional life and career of this historian, author, and teacher. The major series in the papers include the Correspondence, the Writings, Personal and Biographical Materials, Agrarians, Publication Material, Academic Career, Professional Activities, and Research Materials.

In the Correspondence series the letters date from 1913 – 1956 (incoming) and 1927 –1956 (outgoing). 145 letters make up the Outgoing Correspondence sub series, and 2167 letters comprise the Incoming Correspondence. The letters cover a variety of topics: politics and issues of the period; academic concerns and correspondence with colleagues and former students; writings for various journals and other publications. There is correspondence with members of The Fugitive and Agrarian groups including Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, Donald Davidson, Andrew Lytle, and Herman Clarence Nixon. And there is substantial correspondence with his Colleagues Albert Burton Moore (93) from the University of Alabama and Oliver Perry Chitwood (94) with whom he wrote the two volume textbook A Short History of the Amercican People. Agrarian Herman Clarence Nixon also collaborated on this book.

The Writings series comes next with sub series of Book Manuscripts including Plain Folk of the Old South, King Cotton Diplomacy, and Selected Essays of Frank Lawrence Owsley. Unpublished Book Manuscripts; Articles, Essays, and Speeches; Unpublished Articles, Essays, and Speeches; And Book Reviews are other sub series . The series Personal and Biographical Material includes World War I documents, newspaper clippings, a 44 page photocopy of a memoir by Owsley, and other items. The Agrarian series consist of 3 folders: one on the 1936 Who Owns America?; a 1936 newspaper article on the South; and one on collecting papers of the Fugitives/Agrarians.

The series Publication Material includes reviews of books by Owsley and a list of his articles. Professional Activities is a series which is comprised of the sub series Organizations and Events and includes minutes of the meetings of the Southern Historical Association and material of the Fugitive Reunion in 1956. Owsley’s Academic Career is the next series in the Papers and includes course syllabi, exams, lecture notes and class notes, his grade books from Vanderbilt University and the University of Alabama, and four student papers on the Civil War and Reconstruction. The final series in the papers and the most voluminous are the Research Materials and Notecards from his research for King Cotton Diplomacy. Blockade Running, Confederate Finances, Diplomacy, Mercenaries, Surveillance, Slavery Issues and many other subjects for his research for the book are included in these 20 boxes of Research Materials.

Dates

  • 1913 - 1959

Creator

Frank Lawrence Owsley Chronology

  • 1890 Born in Montgomery County, Alabama, January 20. Son of Lawrence Monroe and Annie Scott McGehee Owsley.
  • 1892 – 1906 Attended several country schools in Montgomery and Elmore Counties. Some of the classes were taught by relatives.
  • 1906 – 1909 Attended Fifth District Agricultural School, Wetumpka, Alabama. (The curriculum included two years of college.)
  • 1909 Graduated from Fifth District Agricultural School in June, winning several medals and money prizes for highest honors.
  • 1909-1911 Attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama, receiving bachelor of science degree in June 1911. He had a double major in English and History and was first in his class.
  • 1912 Awarded the Master of Science in History with honors by Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama.
  • 1912 –1914 Professor of History and Government at Fifth District Agricultural School, Wetumpka, Alabama.
  • 1914 – 1915 Instructor in History at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama.
  • 1915-1916 Farmed and studied Law.
  • 1916-1917 Attended graduate school at the University of Chicago, receiving the Master of Arts degree in History, June 1917.
  • 1917-1919 Served briefly in Armed Services and returned to graduate school at the University of Chicago.
  • 1919-1920 Professor of History, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama.
  • 1920 Married Harriet Fason Chappell in Birmingham, Alabama.
  • 1920- 1924 Assistant Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1924 Awarded Doctor of Philosophy degree, magna cum laude, by the University of Chicago.
  • 1924 –1927 Associate Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • 1925 State Rights in the Confederacy published by University of Chicago Press.
  • 1927-1928 Guggenheim Fellow in England and France for research on King Cotton Diplomacy.
  • 1928 June 13, 1928 Frank Lawrence Owsley, Jr. (Larry) born in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • 1928 –1949 Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
  • 1930 I’ll Take My Stand: the South and the Agrarian Tradition published by Harper Brothers of New York and London. Owsley contributed the essay “The Irrepressible Conflict.”
  • 1931 King Cotton Diplomacy, published by University of Chicago Press.
  • 1936 Who Owns America? Published by Houghton, Miflin of New York and Boston. Owsley ontributed the essay “The Foundations of Democracy.”
  • 1936 –1937 Social Science Research Grant and sabbatical leave from Vanderbilt University.
  • 1937 Summer visiting professor, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
  • 1938 March 12, 1938 Margaret Owsley (later Mrs. Cornelius Seigenthaler) born in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • 1939 Summer visiting professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • 1940 Summer visiting professor, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
  • 1945 –1948 A Short History of the American People, volumes 1 and 2 by Frank Lawrence Owsley, Oliver Perry Chitwood and Herman Clarence Nixon published by D. Van Nostrand, Co. of New York.
  • 1948 Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (These lectures were based on Plain Folk of the Old South.) 4 Lectures: April 12—“Southern Society—A Reinterpretation” and “To the Promised Land” April 13—“Southern Folkways” April 14: “The Role of the Plain Folk”
  • 1948 The Claiborne Lectures at the University of Mississippi given in November. Tuesday November 2, “Role of the Plain Folk in Ante-Bellum Southern History” Wednesday November 3, “Southern Folkways”
  • 1949 Plain Folk of the Old South published by Louisiana State University Press.
  • 1949 – 1956 Friedman Professor of American History, University of Alabama.
  • 1952 – 1955 Chairman, Department of History, University of Alabama.
  • 1954 Summer visiting professor, Columbia University, New York City.
  • 1955 Blazer Lectures, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky—“Self-Imposed Restraints and the Survival of American Democracy” (April 5, 1955)
  • 1955 Summer visiting professor, Columbia University, New York City.
  • 1956 Fulbright Lecturer, St. John’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.
  • 1956 Died, October 21, in Winchester, England.
  • 1969 The South: Old and New Frontiers: Selected Essays of Frank Lawrence Owsley. Edited by Harriet Chappell Owsley and published by University of Georgia Press.
  • 1990 Frank Lawrence Owsley: Historian of the Old South: A Memoir by Harriet Chappell Owsley published in Nashville by the Vanderbilt University Press.
<emph render="bold">1890</emph>
Born in Montgomery County, Alabama, January 20. Son of Lawrence Monroe and Annie Scott McGehee Owsley.
<emph render="bold">1892 – 1906</emph>
Attended several country schools in Montgomery and Elmore Counties. Some of the classes were taught by relatives.
<emph render="bold">1906 – 1909</emph>
Attended Fifth District Agricultural School, Wetumpka, Alabama. (The curriculum included two years of college.)
<emph render="bold">1909</emph>
Graduated from Fifth District Agricultural School in June, winning several medals and money prizes for highest honors.
<emph render="bold">1909-1911</emph>
Attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama, receiving bachelor of science degree in June 1911. He had a double major in English and History and was first in his class.
<emph render="bold">1912</emph>
Awarded the Master of Science in History with honors by Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1912 –1914</emph>
Professor of History and Government at Fifth District Agricultural School, Wetumpka, Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1914 – 1915</emph>
Instructor in History at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1915-1916</emph>
Farmed and studied Law.
<emph render="bold">1916-1917</emph>
Attended graduate school at the University of Chicago, receiving the Master of Arts degree in History, June 1917.
<emph render="bold">1917-1919</emph>
Served briefly in Armed Services and returned to graduate school at the University of Chicago.
<emph render="bold">1919-1920</emph>
Professor of History, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1920</emph>
Married Harriet Fason Chappell in Birmingham, Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1920- 1924</emph>
Assistant Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
<emph render="bold">1924</emph>
Awarded Doctor of Philosophy degree, magna cum laude, by the University of Chicago.
<emph render="bold">1924 –1927</emph>
Associate Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.
<emph render="bold">1925</emph>
State Rights in the Confederacy published by University of Chicago Press.
<emph render="bold">1927-1928</emph>
Guggenheim Fellow in England and France for research on King Cotton Diplomacy.
<emph render="bold">1928</emph>
June 13, 1928 Frank Lawrence Owsley, Jr. (Larry) born in Nashville, Tennessee.
<emph render="bold">1928 –1949</emph>
Professor of History, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
<emph render="bold">1930</emph>
I’ll Take My Stand: the South and the Agrarian Tradition published by Harper Brothers of New York and London. Owsley contributed the essay “The Irrepressible Conflict.”
<emph render="bold">1931</emph>
King Cotton Diplomacy, published by University of Chicago Press.
<emph render="bold">1936</emph>
Who Owns America? Published by Houghton, Miflin of New York and Boston. Owsley ontributed the essay “The Foundations of Democracy.”
<emph render="bold">1936 –1937</emph>
Social Science Research Grant and sabbatical leave from Vanderbilt University.
<emph render="bold">1937</emph>
Summer visiting professor, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.
<emph render="bold">1938</emph>
March 12, 1938 Margaret Owsley (later Mrs. Cornelius Seigenthaler) born in Nashville, Tennessee.
<emph render="bold">1939</emph>
Summer visiting professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
<emph render="bold">1940</emph>
Summer visiting professor, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
<emph render="bold">1945 –1948</emph>
A Short History of the American People, volumes 1 and 2 by Frank Lawrence Owsley, Oliver Perry Chitwood and Herman Clarence Nixon published by D. Van Nostrand, Co. of New York.
<emph render="bold">1948</emph>
Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (These lectures were based on Plain Folk of the Old South.) 4 Lectures: April 12—“Southern Society—A Reinterpretation” and “To the Promised Land” April 13—“Southern Folkways” April 14: “The Role of the Plain Folk”
<emph render="bold">1948</emph>
The Claiborne Lectures at the University of Mississippi given in November. Tuesday November 2, “Role of the Plain Folk in Ante-Bellum Southern History” Wednesday November 3, “Southern Folkways”
<emph render="bold">1949</emph>
Plain Folk of the Old South published by Louisiana State University Press.
<emph render="bold">1949 – 1956</emph>
Friedman Professor of American History, University of Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1952 – 1955</emph>
Chairman, Department of History, University of Alabama.
<emph render="bold">1954</emph>
Summer visiting professor, Columbia University, New York City.
<emph render="bold">1955</emph>
Blazer Lectures, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky—“Self-Imposed Restraints and the Survival of American Democracy” (April 5, 1955)
<emph render="bold">1955</emph>
Summer visiting professor, Columbia University, New York City.
<emph render="bold">1956</emph>
Fulbright Lecturer, St. John’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.
<emph render="bold">1956</emph>
Died, October 21, in Winchester, England.
<emph render="bold">1969</emph>
The South: Old and New Frontiers: Selected Essays of Frank Lawrence Owsley. Edited by Harriet Chappell Owsley and published by University of Georgia Press.
<emph render="bold">1990</emph>
Frank Lawrence Owsley: Historian of the Old South: A Memoir by Harriet Chappell Owsley published in Nashville by the Vanderbilt University Press.

Extent

12.6 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

English

Overview

The papers of Frank Lawrence Owsley (1913-1959) consist of ten cubic feet of materials and are primarily concerned with the professional life and career of this historian, author, and teacher. The major series in the papers include the Correspondence, the Writings, Personal and Biographical Materials, Agrarians, Publication Material, Academic Career, Professional Activities, and Research Materials.

Incoming Correspondence Index: Some Significant Entries (based on index with notes compiled by Harriet C. Owsley)

ABERNEEHY, Thomas Perkins
(12), 1935-53; professor of history, University of Virginia; comments on writings of agrarians and Owsley's historical writings.
(12), <unitdate>1935-53;</unitdate> professor of history, University of Virginia; comments on writings of agrarians and Owsley's historical writings.
AGAR, Herbert
(4) 1935-36; re; plans for Who Owns America with enclosures of Ferris Greenslet (Houghton Mifflin Company) and Chard Powers Smith (who praises Land of the Free).
(4) <unitdate>1935-36;</unitdate> re; plans for <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph> with enclosures of Ferris Greenslet (Houghton Mifflin Company) and Chard Powers Smith (who praises <emph render="underline">Land</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">the</emph> <emph render="underline">Free</emph>).
ALEXANDER, Thomas B.
(39), 1942-56; these are good letters full of descriptions of England during and after V.E. day, opinions on politics and burning issues of the period. Anyone interested in World War II would find them valuable. Alexander was a naval officer. Other letters were written from places where he taught, including Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson, S. C., and Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, Georgia. He discusses writings and teaching problems. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1955.
(39), <unitdate>1942-56;</unitdate> these are good letters full of descriptions of England during and after V.E. day, opinions on politics and burning issues of the period. Anyone interested in World War II would find them valuable. Alexander was a naval officer. Other letters were written from places where he taught, including Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson, S. C., and Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, Georgia. He discusses writings and teaching problems. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1955.
BANKHEAD, J. H.
(2), 1935; re: "Pillars of Agrarianism" and proposed Bill to create farm tenant homes. Enclosed is a radio talk by Senator Bankhead on the subject.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: "Pillars of Agrarianism" and proposed Bill to create farm tenant homes. Enclosed is a radio talk by Senator Bankhead on the subject.
BEACH, Leonard B.
(2), 1954-55; re: collecting papers of Fugitives and Agrarians; also Waller project.
(2), <unitdate>1954-55;</unitdate> re: collecting papers of Fugitives and Agrarians; also Waller project.
BEARD, Charles A.
(6), 1940-45; re: Plain Folk of Old South; states that his family were of that class; compliments work on a neglected field of American history.
(6), <unitdate>1940-45;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Old</emph> <emph render="underline">South</emph>; states that his family were of that class; compliments work on a neglected field of American history.
BEATTY, Richmond C.
(4), 1934-50; re: ms. of Bayard Taylor -- if published, "it will just step up to you and call you Pappy"; compliments Plain Folk; especially chapter on Southern Folkways.
(4), <unitdate>1934-50;</unitdate> re: ms. of Bayard Taylor -- if published, "it will just step up to you and call you Pappy"; compliments <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>; especially chapter on Southern Folkways.
BINKLEY, William C.
(13), 1931-54; re: graduate work at Vanderbilt (1930's); reorganized program; material in census (1937); Chancellor Kirkland's resignation and Carmichael as successor; Tennessee Historical Society (1937); athletic situation at Vanderbilt (1951); life in Huntsville, l880-95, subject for thesis; Joe Lehmann; move to Tulane; research projects (1954).
(13), <unitdate>1931-54;</unitdate> re: graduate work at Vanderbilt (1930's); reorganized program; material in census (1937); Chancellor Kirkland's resignation and Carmichael as successor; Tennessee Historical Society (1937); athletic situation at Vanderbilt (1951); life in Huntsville, l880-95, subject for thesis; Joe Lehmann; move to Tulane; research projects (1954).
BLACK, Hugo L.,
1935; re: Bankhead's bill for tenant farmer; tariff; and I'll Take My Stand.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Bankhead's bill for tenant farmer; tariff; and <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
BONDS, A. B., Jr.,
1941; re: use of quotation from "Pillars of Agrarianism."
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: use of quotation from "Pillars of Agrarianism."
BORSODI, Ralph
(2), 1937; re: tenant farmers and agrarianism.
(2), <unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: tenant farmers and agrarianism.
BROOKS, Cleanth
(7), 1934-39; re: writings and literary discussions, and proposed essays for Southern Review.
(7), <unitdate>1934-39;</unitdate> re: writings and literary discussions, and proposed essays for <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
BROWN, C. K.,
1937; re: regionalism and The American Review.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: regionalism and <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
CARTER, Thomas H.
(3), re: article on agrarians in the Shenandoah.
(3), re: article on agrarians in the <emph render="underline">Shenandoah</emph>.
GAULEY, T. J.
(2), 1935; re: Resettlement Administration and rural rehabilitation.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Resettlement Administration and rural rehabilitation.
CHAMBERS, D. L.
(2), 1936; re: Long Night by Andrew Lytle.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Long</emph> <emph render="underline">Night</emph> by Andrew Lytle.
CHAPPELL, James E.
(6), 1935-51; re: writings in American Review; Carmichael's situation at Vanderbilt, and other Vanderbilt problems of Board of Trust.
(6), <unitdate>1935-51;</unitdate> re: writings in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>; Carmichael's situation at Vanderbilt, and other Vanderbilt problems of Board of Trust.
COUCH, W. T.
(7); 1934-35; re: publication of student's historical writings; and agrarianism.
(7); <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: publication of student's historical writings; and agrarianism.
CRAVEN, Avery O.
(14), 1933-56; re: historical writings, symposium for Dodd; reprints, etc.
(14), <unitdate>1933-56;</unitdate> re: historical writings, symposium for Dodd; reprints, etc.
DANIELS, Jonathan,
1936; re: "A Letter to the Yankees."
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: "A Letter to the Yankees."
DAVIDSON, Donald
(11), 1933-52; very fine letters about Agrarians and Fugitives.
(11), <unitdate>1933-52;</unitdate> very fine letters about Agrarians and Fugitives.
DODD, William E.
(4), 1931-35; re: King Cotton Diplomacy; articles in American Review; and agrarianism.
(4), <unitdate>1931-35;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>; articles in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>; and agrarianism.
DYER, John Percy
(26), 1934-50; re: writings, schools, agrarians, etc.
(26), <unitdate>1934-50;</unitdate> re: writings, schools, agrarians, etc.
ENGLAND, Robert
(2), 1935; re: proposed conference of Southern Editors; laments trouble with Virginia Quarterly; proposes new literary magazine.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: proposed conference of Southern Editors; laments trouble with <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>; proposes new literary magazine.
FLETCHER, John Gould
(12), 1933-35; re: agrarianism, boycott of Virginia Quarterly, writings, etc.
(12), <unitdate>1933-35;</unitdate> re: agrarianism, boycott of <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>, writings, etc.
FORRESTER, Donal F.
(2), 1933, 1934; re: comparison of agrarians with Belloc, Chesterton, et al.
(2), <unitdate>1933, 1934;</unitdate> re: comparison of agrarians with Belloc, Chesterton, et al.
GRAVES, John Temple,
1955; re: writings and I'II Take My Stand.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: writings and <emph render="underline">I'II</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
KUHLMAN, A. F.
(3), 1942-43; re: proposal to establish Fugitive-Agrarian collection.
(3), <unitdate>1942-43;</unitdate> re: proposal to establish Fugitive-Agrarian collection.
LYTLE, Andrew
(28), 1934-56; re: The Long Night, agrarianism, and other writings.
(28), <unitdate>1934-56;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Long</emph> <emph render="underline">Night</emph>, agrarianism, and other writings.
MILLER, Francis P.
(6); re: agrarianism, articles in American Review and Southern Review.
(6); re: agrarianism, articles in American Review and Southern Review.
MOORE, Albert Burton
(93), 1917-55; re: schools, writings, football, politics, University of Alabama, teaching positions, graduate program, etc.
(93), <unitdate>1917-55;</unitdate> re: schools, writings, football, politics, University of Alabama, teaching positions, graduate program, etc.
NIXON, H. C.
(24), 1926-56; re: experiences in Europe; politics and FDR; farm tenancy; Pillars of Agrarianism; refusal to write for Who Owns America; ideas on textbook.
(24), <unitdate>1926-56;</unitdate> re: experiences in Europe; politics and FDR; farm tenancy; Pillars of Agrarianism; refusal to write for <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>; ideas on textbook.
ODUM, Howard
(2), 1938, 1940; re: "poor whites" and article on Economic Basis of Society.
(2), <unitdate>1938, 1940;</unitdate> re: "poor whites" and article on Economic Basis of Society.
RAWE, John C., S. J.,
1937; re: farm tenancy and agrarianism.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: farm tenancy and agrarianism.
SHRYOCK, Richard H.
(3), 1936-40; re: grants and writings on Southern history.
(3), <unitdate>1936-40;</unitdate> re: grants and writings on Southern history.
SILVER, James W.
(12), 1936-55; re: teaching positions; big business, big labor, politics, writings, programs, etc.
(12), <unitdate>1936-55;</unitdate> re: teaching positions; big business, big labor, politics, writings, programs, etc.
SIMPSON, Albert
(16), 1935-53; re: farmer's situation in 1935; Pillars of Agrarianism, teaching positions, dissertation, SHA meeting in Charleston, Presidential address, Georgia history, work at Maxwell field; World War II, work with Historical Division, Army Air Force; Negro problems.
(16), <unitdate>1935-53;</unitdate> re: farmer's situation in 1935; Pillars of Agrarianism, teaching positions, dissertation, SHA meeting in Charleston, Presidential address, Georgia history, work at Maxwell field; World War II, work with Historical Division, Army Air Force; Negro problems.
STEPHENSON, Wendell H.
(l4), 1935-53; re; book reviews for Journal of Southern History; articles for publication; teaching techniques; dissertations
(l4), <unitdate>1935-53;</unitdate> re; book reviews for <emph render="underline">Journal</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">History</emph>; articles for publication; teaching techniques; dissertations
STEWART, Edward Day
(8), 1935-37; re: farm tenancy, agrarianism, and articles in American Review.
(8), <unitdate>1935-37;</unitdate> re: farm tenancy, agrarianism, and articles in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
STONE, Geoffrey
(4), 1936-51; re: The Examiner, and the lack of a periodical representing the point of view of the American conservative.
(4), <unitdate>1936-51;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Examiner</emph>, and the lack of a periodical representing the point of view of the American conservative.
SWINT, Henry Lee
(33); 1933-56; re: graduate work, army service, segregation and integration, teaching positions, politics, etc.
(33); <unitdate>1933-56;</unitdate> re: graduate work, army service, segregation and integration, teaching positions, politics, etc.
SYDNOR, Charles S.
(9); 1937-50; re: SHA, recommendation to Social Science Research Council, historical writings on southern yeomen, and appreciation for review.
(9); <unitdate>1937-50;</unitdate> re: SHA, recommendation to Social Science Research Council, historical writings on southern yeomen, and appreciation for review.
TATE, Allen
(22), 1928-55; re: Who Owns America; agrarians, writings, Negro problem, speech at U. of A., etc.
(22), <unitdate>1928-55;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>; agrarians, writings, Negro problem, speech at U. of A., etc.
VANCE, Rupert B.,
1935; re: agrarianism.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: agrarianism.
WADE, John Donald
(13); 1934-47; re: speech at University of Georgia, Georgia Review
(13); <unitdate>1934-47;</unitdate> re: speech at University of Georgia, <emph render="underline">Georgia</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>
WALTERS, Bennett
(26), 1946-56; re: research, dissertation, W. T. Sherman, Emory and Henry, teaching positions, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Negroes, etc.
(26), <unitdate>1946-56;</unitdate> re: research, dissertation, W. T. Sherman, Emory and Henry, teaching positions, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Negroes, etc.
WARREN, Robert Penn
(43), 1933-55; re: writings for Southern Review, literary criticism, poetry, etc.
(43), <unitdate>1933-55;</unitdate> re: writings for <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>, literary criticism, poetry, etc.
WEAVER, Herbert
(27); 1941-54; re: dissertation, armed services, land tenure studies attacked, publication of Mississippi Farmers, Air Force Historical Division
(27); <unitdate>1941-54;</unitdate> re: dissertation, armed services, land tenure studies attacked, publication of <emph render="underline">Mississippi</emph> <emph render="underline">Farmers</emph>, Air Force Historical Division
WINTERS, Curtis R.
(2), 1933; re: The Third Crusade and I'II Take My Stand, sectionalism.
(2), <unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: The Third Crusade and <emph render="underline">I'II</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>, sectionalism.
YOUNG, Stark
(4), 1936; re: McGehees, selection of writings, etc.
(4), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: McGehees, selection of writings, etc.
FRANK OWSLEY PAPERS - CORRESPONDENCE, OUTGOING (index with notes by Harriet C. Owsley)
To Donald Davidson
(8), 1927-52; re: agrarianism, poetry and other writings, communism, fascism, etc.
(8), <unitdate>1927-52;</unitdate> re: agrarianism, poetry and other writings, communism, fascism, etc.
To John Gould Fletcher
(5), 1933-35; re: agrarianism and the cause of the South, boycott of Virginia Quarterly Review (comments).
(5), <unitdate>1933-35;</unitdate> re: agrarianism and the cause of the South, boycott of <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph> (comments).
To Andrew Lytle
(23), 1930-56; re: I'II Take My Stand, The Long Night, and other writings.
(23), <unitdate>1930-56;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">I'II</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>, <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Long</emph> <emph render="underline">Night</emph>, and other writings.
To Allen Tate
(15), 1932-55; re: Who Owns America, teaching positions, agrarianism, etc.
(15), <unitdate>1932-55;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>, teaching positions, agrarianism, etc.
To Robert Penn Warren
(10), 1943-50; re: poetry and other writings, agrarianism writings for American Review. teaching positions, comments on various novels, balanced economy, characterizations of several old friends.
(10), <unitdate>1943-50;</unitdate> re: poetry and other writings, agrarianism writings for <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>. teaching positions, comments on various novels, balanced economy, characterizations of several old friends.
84 copies of outgoing letters of Frank Owsley for the inclusive dates 1932- 1956. A very fine letter to Chancellor Kirkland dated Jan. 8, 1935. These letters are only a few of which copies were kept. Frank Owsley usually wrote long hand and did not make copies.
ADDENDUM TO THE FRANK OWSLEY PAPERS (Outgoing Correspondence)
To Beard, Charles A.
(1) Oct. 12, 1940; re: research for an article on farm families
(1) Oct. 12, <unitdate>1940</unitdate>; re: research for an article on farm families
To BUFORD, JIM
(1) 1952; re: thank you note (dinner)
(1) <unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: thank you note (dinner)
To CLARK, JULIE )
(2) 1956; re: accomodations in Cambridge
(2) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: accomodations in Cambridge
To GAIMES, WILLIAM L.
(3) 1956; re: Junior Fulbright Award applicant, duties at St. Johns, luncheon invitation
(3) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: Junior Fulbright Award applicant, duties at St. Johns, luncheon invitation
To OWSLEY, HARRIET
(4) 1956; re: (post cards) first impressions in London, shopping, finding abundant records to research
(4) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: (post cards) first impressions in London, shopping, finding abundant records to research
To PETRIE, DR. GEORGE
(7) 1917-1927; re: requests for recommendations and new about Vanderbilt (these letters are xeroxed)
(7) <unitdate>1917-1927;</unitdate> re: requests for recommendations and new about Vanderbilt (these letters are xeroxed)
To SECRETARY-U.S. EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION IN UNITED KINGDOM
(1) 1956; re: questions upon recieving the Fulbright Award
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: questions upon recieving the Fulbright Award
To VAN AUKEN, SHELDON
(1) 1956; re: discoveries concerning U.S. diplomacy in England and other countries
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: discoveries concerning U.S. diplomacy in England and other countries
To WATT, MR. GEOFFREY
(1) 1956; re: ship voyage to England and daughter's schooling
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: ship voyage to England and daughter's schooling
ADDENDUM TO FRANK OWSLEY PAPERS (Outgoing Correspondence)
To Gower, Herschel
(4) Oct. 18, 1955; re: Fulbright Award, Oct. 25, 1955; re: Fulbright Award, Nov. 4, 1955; re: Fulbright Award and project Battle for Survival: The American Civil War in Europe, Apr. 27, 1956; re: accomodations in Cambridge, Fugitive reunion, Oct. 30, 1956; from William Gaines re: death of Frank Owsley
(4) Oct. 18, <unitdate>1955</unitdate>; re: Fulbright Award, Oct. 25, 1955; re: Fulbright Award, Nov. 4, 1955; re: Fulbright Award and project Battle for Survival: The American Civil War in Europe, Apr. 27, 1956; re: accomodations in Cambridge, Fugitive reunion, Oct. 30, 1956; from William Gaines re: death of Frank Owsley
To Owsley, Gordon
(26) (these letters are xeroxed) [1927-28]; April 15, 1929; March 18, 1940; November 29, 1940; February 24, 1941; May 8, 1941; May 15, 1941; June 23, 1941; September 19, 1942; February 1, 1944; March 21, 1944; April 14 [1944] (incomplete); February 16, 1948; May 4, 1950; September 6, 1950; September 24, 1950; February 15, 1952; July 12, 1953 (incomplete?); October 31, 1953; February 14, 1954; April 16, 1954; May 2, 1954; November 30, 1954; January 15, 1955; n.d.; August 18, 1956.
(26) (these letters are xeroxed) <emph render="italic">[</emph>1927-28<emph render="italic">]</emph>; April 15, 1929; March 18, 1940; November 29, 1940; February 24, 1941; May 8, 1941; May 15, 1941; June 23, 1941; September 19, 1942; February 1, 1944; March 21, 1944; April 14 <emph render="italic">[</emph>1944<emph render="italic">]</emph> (incomplete); February 16, 1948; May 4, 1950; September 6, 1950; September 24, 1950; February 15, 1952; July 12, 1953 (incomplete?); October 31, 1953; February 14, 1954; April 16, 1954; May 2, 1954; November 30, 1954; January 15, 1955; n.d.; August 18, 1956.
FRANK OWSLEY PAPERS -- CORRESPONDENCE, INCOMING (index with notes by Harriet C. Owsley)
Figure in parentheses immediately following name denotes the number of letters if more than one. The dates are the inclusive dates of the letters. Asterisk indicates letters of particular interest and value.
*Abernethy, Thomas Perkins
(12), 1933-53; Professor of History, University of Virginia; comments on writings of agrarians and Owsley's historical writings.
(12), <unitdate>1933-53;</unitdate> Professor of History, University of Virginia; comments on writings of agrarians and Owsley's historical writings.
Adams, Homer J.,
1953; re: thesis on anecdotal materials.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: thesis on anecdotal materials.
Agar, Herbert
(4), 1935-36; re: plans for Who Owns America with enclosures of Ferris Greenslet (Houghton Mifflin Company) and Chard Powers Smith (who praises Land of the Free).
(4), <unitdate>1935-36;</unitdate> re: plans for <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph> with enclosures of Ferris Greenslet (Houghton Mifflin Company) and Chard Powers Smith (who praises Land of the Free).
Akens, David and Helen
(2), 1954; students expressing appreciation.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> students expressing appreciation.
Alderson, William T.
(5), 1945-54; re: dissertation and book reviews.
(5), <unitdate>1945-54;</unitdate> re: dissertation and book reviews.
*Alexander, Thomas B.
(39), 1942-56. These are good letters full of descriptions of England during and after V.E. day, opinions on politics and burning issues of the period. Anyone interested in World War II would find them valuable. Alexander was a naval officer. Other letters were written from places where he taught, including Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson, S.C., and Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, Ga. He discusses writings and teaching problems. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1955.
(39), <unitdate>1942-56</unitdate>. These are good letters full of descriptions of England during and after V.E. day, opinions on politics and burning issues of the period. Anyone interested in World War II would find them valuable. Alexander was a naval officer. Other letters were written from places where he taught, including Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson, S.C., and Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, Ga. He discusses writings and teaching problems. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1955.
Allen, James L.,
1932; re: a note paid.
<unitdate>1932;</unitdate> re: a note paid.
Andrews, Charles M.,
1927; re: article on "Defeatism in Confederacy."
<unitdate>1927;</unitdate> re: article on "Defeatism in Confederacy."
Andrews, Matthew Page
(4), 1933-34; re: Simon Baruch Prize won by Owsley's student, S. B. Thompson.
(4), <unitdate>1933-34;</unitdate> re: Simon Baruch Prize won by Owsley's student, S. B. Thompson.
Ander, O. Fritiof
(4), 1951; re: Bureau of Census.
(4), <unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: Bureau of Census.
Applewhite, Davis,
1944; former student back in service.
<unitdate>1944;</unitdate> former student back in service.
Atkinson, Littleton B.
(3), 1949-53; re: possible position.
(3), <unitdate>1949-53;</unitdate> re: possible position.
Ausfeld, Mrs. Wilhelmina C.,
1953; re: Abner McGehee's will regarding gift of Bibles to his descendants by Alabama Bible Society.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: Abner McGehee's will regarding gift of Bibles to his descendants by Alabama Bible Society.
Austin, Jessie,
1934; re: request for vote.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: request for vote.
Avant, Will L.
(2), 1949; re: room for Larry.
(2), <unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: room for Larry.
Bagby, Muriel Martin (Mrs. A. Paul),
1952; re: books of grandfather, T. H. Ball, on Clarke County and Creek War.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: books of grandfather, T. H. Ball, on Clarke County and Creek War.
Bailey, Hugh
(15), 1953-56; re: work on dissertation on John Williams Walker and other subjects.
(15), <unitdate>1953-56;</unitdate> re: work on dissertation on John Williams Walker and other subjects.
Bailey, Kenneth K.,
1949; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Bailey, Thomas A.
(2), 1938, 1954; re: reading chapters of his Diplomatic History.
(2), <unitdate>1938, 1954;</unitdate> re: reading chapters of his <emph render="underline">Diplomatic</emph> <emph render="underline">History</emph>.
*Bankhead, J. H.
(2), 1935; re: "Pillars of Agrarianism" and proposed Bill to create farm tenant homes. Enclosed is a radio talk by Senator Bankhead on the subject.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: "Pillars of Agrarianism" and proposed Bill to create farm tenant homes. Enclosed is a radio talk by Senator Bankhead on the subject.
Barnes, Barbara Sue
(3), 1951-52; re: Civil War history.
(3), <unitdate>1951-52;</unitdate> re: Civil War history.
Barnes, J. Ward
(21), 1941-54; re: school work, politics, and a speech to Southern Illinois Historical Society.
(21), <unitdate>1941-54;</unitdate> re: school work, politics, and a speech to Southern Illinois Historical Society.
Barnhart, John D.,
1945, re: historical writings.
1945, re: historical writings.
Barton, B. W.,
1945; re: growing kudzu.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: growing kudzu.
Baylen, Joseph O.
(2), 1956; re: teaching position.
(2), <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
*Beach, Leonard B.
(2), 1954-55, re: collecting papers of Fugitives and Agrarians; also Waller project.
(2), <unitdate>1954-55</unitdate>, re: collecting papers of Fugitives and Agrarians; also Waller project.
Beale, Howard K.,
1940; re: program for SHA at AHA in New York.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: program for SHA at AHA in New York.
*Beard, Charles A.
(6), 1940-45; re: Plain Folk of Old South; states that his family were of that class; compliments work on a neglected field of American history.
(6), <unitdate>1940-45;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Old</emph> <emph render="underline">South</emph>; states that his family were of that class; compliments work on a neglected field of American history.
Beard, William E.,
1949; re: meeting of Tennessee Historical Commission.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: meeting of Tennessee Historical Commission.
*Beatty, Richmond C.
(4), 1934-50; re: ms. of Bayard Taylor - if published, "it will just step up to you and call you Pappy"; compliments Plain Folk, especially chapter on Southern Folkways.
(4), <unitdate>1934-50;</unitdate> re: ms. of Bayard Taylor - if published, "it will just step up to you and call you Pappy"; compliments <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>, especially chapter on Southern Folkways.
Benedict, A. B.,
1951, re: friends at Vanderbilt who miss Owsley.
1951, re: friends at Vanderbilt who miss Owsley.
Benjamin, Harold,
1947: re: confirmation of appointment for summer session, University of Maryland.
1947: re: confirmation of appointment for summer session, University of Maryland.
Bennett, J. Jefferson,
1956; re: congratulations on Fulbright.
<unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: congratulations on Fulbright.
Benson, Carl,
1955; re: request to participate in panel.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: request to participate in panel.
Bernier, Charles,
1952; re: obituary of brother, Dr. W.M. Owsley.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: obituary of brother, Dr. W.M. Owsley.
Berthoff, Howland T.,
1952: re: Southern opposition to immigration.
1952: re: Southern opposition to immigration.
Bethea, Barron,
1955; re: Jefferson's agrarian society.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: Jefferson's agrarian society.
Bettersworth, John K.
(2), 1950; re: address at Mississippi State.
(2), <unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: address at Mississippi State.
Bills, Mrs. Hay,
1953; re: contest in Bedford County, Tenn.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: contest in Bedford County, Tenn.
*Binkley, William C.
(13), 1931-54; re: graduate work at Vanderbilt (1930's); reorganized program; material in census (1937); Chancellor Kirkland's resignation (1937) and Carmichael as successor; Tennessee Historical Society (1937); athletic situation at Vanderbilt (1951); life in Huntsville , 1880-95; subject for thesis; Joe Lehmann; move to Tulane; research projects (1954).
(13), <unitdate>1931-54;</unitdate> re: graduate work at Vanderbilt (1930's); reorganized program; material in census (1937); Chancellor Kirkland's resignation (1937) and Carmichael as successor; Tennessee Historical Society (1937); athletic situation at Vanderbilt (1951); life in Huntsville , 1880-95; subject for thesis; Joe Lehmann; move to Tulane; research projects (1954).
Bird, Gerald D.
(2), 1935; re: desire for scholarship funds.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: desire for scholarship funds.
Bird, Susan (McGehee)
(2), 1931, 1935; re: McGehee family.
(2), <unitdate>1931, 1935;</unitdate> re: McGehee family.
Black, Hugo L.,
1935; re: Bankhead's bill for tenant farmer; tariff; and I'll Take My Stand.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Bankhead's bill for tenant farmer; tariff; and <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
Bolton, Herbert
(2), 1926; re: Owsley as possible candidate for position at University of California; article "Defeatism in the Confederacy."
(2), <unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: Owsley as possible candidate for position at University of California; article "Defeatism in the Confederacy."
Bolton, Mary
(2), 1920; re: summer session at Chicago; trial marriage, etc.
(2), <unitdate>1920;</unitdate> re: summer session at Chicago; trial marriage, etc.
*Bonds, A. B., Jr,
1941; re: use of quotation from "Pillars of Agrarianism."
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: use of quotation from "Pillars of Agrarianism."
Bonham, M. L.,
1940; re: article on "Economic Basis of Society in Late Ante-Bellum South."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: article on "Economic Basis of Society in Late Ante-Bellum South."
Bonner, James C,
1950; re: speech at Carrolton, Ga.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: speech at Carrolton, Ga.
*Borsodi, Ralph
(2), 1937; re: tenant farmers and agrarianism.
(2), <unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: tenant farmers and agrarianism.
Bourne, Henry C.
(2), 1936; re: round table on Confederate government.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: round table on Confederate government.
Bradley, Harold W.,
1955; re: invitation to Vanderbilt Party at SHA.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: invitation to Vanderbilt Party at SHA.
Bragg, James W.,
1953; re: teaching position available.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: teaching position available.
Bramblett, Fred
(4), 1953-54; re: requirements for the Master's degree and other ideas.
(4), <unitdate>1953-54;</unitdate> re: requirements for the Master's degree and other ideas.
Branscomb, Harvie
(10), 1948-55; re: textbooks, Fulbright recommendation and candidates for chairman of History Department.
(10), <unitdate>1948-55;</unitdate> re: textbooks, Fulbright recommendation and candidates for chairman of History Department.
Branscomb, L. C.,
1920; re: C.G. Daniels.
<unitdate>1920;</unitdate> re: C.G. Daniels.
Breedlove, J.P.,
1937; re: inter-library loan of census books.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: inter-library loan of census books.
Brockman, Allan
(2), 1953; re: study of Francis Ticknor, physician and poet.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: study of Francis Ticknor, physician and poet.
Brogdon, Harriette B.
(14), 1939-56; re: former teacher and friend of Frank Owsley.
(14), <unitdate>1939-56;</unitdate> re: former teacher and friend of Frank Owsley.
Bromley, Elizabeth Walker
(2), 1952, 1958; re: diary and letters of Walker family, Huntsville, Ala.
(2), <unitdate>1952, 1958;</unitdate> re: diary and letters of Walker family, Huntsville, Ala.
*Brooks, Cleanth
(7), 1934-39, re: writings and literary discussions, and proposed essays for Southern Review.
(7), <unitdate>1934-39</unitdate>, re: writings and literary discussions, and proposed essays for <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Brooks, R. P.,
1938; re: writings for volume on contemporary Georgia.
<unitdate>1938;</unitdate> re: writings for volume on contemporary Georgia.
*Brown, C. K..
1937; re: regionalism and The American Review.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: regionalism and <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Brown, J. V.,
1928; re: notes due Auburn.
<unitdate>1928;</unitdate> re: notes due Auburn.
Brownback, Peter
(2), 1951,55; re: curriculum at University of Alabama and invitation to visit in Washington.
(2), <unitdate>1951,55</unitdate>; re: curriculum at University of Alabama and invitation to visit in Washington.
Bryan, T. Conn
(2), 1954; re: summer teaching and paper at SHA.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: summer teaching and paper at SHA.
Buck, Paul H.,
1945; re: "The Pattern of Migration and Settlement on the Southern Frontier."
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: "The Pattern of Migration and Settlement on the Southern Frontier."
Buck, Solon J.,
1940; re: article on economic basis of society and agricultural census.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: article on economic basis of society and agricultural census.
Buford, James L.
(3), 1949-56: re: Larry and Margaret's credits and applications.
(3), <unitdate>1949-56</unitdate>: re: Larry and Margaret's credits and applications.
Burbank, Lyman B.,
1952; re: writings and summer teaching position.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: writings and summer teaching position.
Burgess, E.W.,
1918; re: course in psychology.
<unitdate>1918;</unitdate> re: course in psychology.
Caldwell, Betty,
1954; re: good wishes.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: good wishes.
Caldwell, John T.
(2); re: Alabama College, etc.
(2); re: Alabama College, etc.
Canfield, Cass,
1947; re: contract for The Confederacy in The Rise of the American Nation series.
<unitdate>1947;</unitdate> re: contract for <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Confederacy</emph> in The Rise of the American Nation series.
Campbell, Mary R.,
1935; re: work for Ph.D.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: work for Ph.D.
Carey, L.J.
(5), 1953-54; re: collecting manuscripts.
(5), <unitdate>1953-54;</unitdate> re: collecting manuscripts.
Carmichael, Oliver Cromwell
(9); re: writings, Presidency of University of Alabama and difficulties faced.
(9); re: writings, Presidency of University of Alabama and difficulties faced.
Carroll, E. Malcolm
(2), 1954; re: teaching position at Duke.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: teaching position at Duke.
Carpenter, William T.,
1954; re: Sons of American Revolution.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: Sons of American Revolution.
*Carter, Thomas H.
(3); re: article on agrarians in the Shenandoah.
(3); re: article on agrarians in the <emph render="underline">Shenandoah</emph>.
Caskey, W. M. (11),
1933-56, re: writings on Louisiana and his teaching positions.
1933-56, re: writings on Louisiana and his teaching positions.
Cate, Wirt Armistead
(3), 1935-36; re: reviews of his books and other writings.
(3), <unitdate>1935-36;</unitdate> re: reviews of his books and other writings.
*Cauley, T. J.
(2), 1935; re: Resettlement Administration and rural rehabilitation.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Resettlement Administration and rural rehabilitation.
Cayton, Horace R.,
1933; re: Scottsboro case.
<unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: Scottsboro case.
*Chambers, D. L.
(2), 1936; re: Long Night by Andrew Lytle.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Long</emph> <emph render="underline">Night</emph> by Andrew Lytle.
Chapman, J. Kenton,
1943; re: appreciation of assistance and of personal qualities.
<unitdate>1943;</unitdate> re: appreciation of assistance and of personal qualities.
*Chappell, James E.
(6), 1935-51; re: writings in American Review; Carmichael's situation at Vanderbilt and other Vanderbilt problems of Board of Trust.
(6), <unitdate>1935-51;</unitdate> re: writings in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>; Carmichael's situation at Vanderbilt and other Vanderbilt problems of Board of Trust.
Chase, Henry B.,
1952; re: speech to Huntsville Historical Society.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: speech to Huntsville Historical Society.
Chenault, Betty Ann,
1953, to A. B. Moore; re: Southern history.
<unitdate>1953</unitdate>, to A. B. Moore; re: Southern history.
Cheney, Brainard
(2), 1946, 1950; re: Plain Folk and the research for it.
(2), <unitdate>1946, 1950;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph> and the research for it.
Chicago Press, University of
(9), 1924-54; various editors and assistants including R. F. Holloway, G. J. Laing (10), Mary Irwin (2), W. R. Jordan, and Jean DeVare; and John T. McNeill.
(9), <unitdate>1924-54;</unitdate> various editors and assistants including R. F. Holloway, G. J. Laing (10), Mary Irwin (2), W. R. Jordan, and Jean DeVare; and John T. McNeill.
Chitwood, Oliver Perry
(94), 1940-55; re: writing of American history textbook.
(94), <unitdate>1940-55;</unitdate> re: writing of American history textbook.
Church, William T.
(2), 1942; re: desire to continue graduate study.
(2), <unitdate>1942;</unitdate> re: desire to continue graduate study.
Clark, A. N. -- see Van Nostrand - Clark.
Clark, Blanche Henry
(3), 1935-40; re: work on dissertation. See also: Weaver, Blanche Henry Clark.
(3), <unitdate>1935-40;</unitdate> re: work on dissertation. See also: Weaver, Blanche Henry Clark.
Clark, Sam L.
(2), 1951; re: representative of Phi Alpha Theta.
(2), <unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: representative of Phi Alpha Theta.
Clark, Thomas D.
(12), 1945-54; re: Various history projects, Blazer lectures, etc.
(12), <unitdate>1945-54;</unitdate> re: Various history projects, Blazer lectures, etc.
Cochran, Perry,
1956; re: Ph.D. work.
<unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: Ph.D. work.
Coleman, Charles H.
(3), 1934-53; re: historical research and address on Lincoln in Illinois.
(3), <unitdate>1934-53;</unitdate> re: historical research and address on Lincoln in Illinois.
Coleman, James S.,
1950; re: historical data.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: historical data.
Coles, Harry
(15), 1942-55; re: research for doctoral dissertation, Linden, Flanders, Shugg, Futrell, South, Jordan, et al; Ohio State.
(15), <unitdate>1942-55;</unitdate> re: research for doctoral dissertation, Linden, Flanders, Shugg, Futrell, South, Jordan, et al; Ohio State.
Collins, Seward,
1935; re: congratulations on article.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: congratulations on article.
Comer, Donald,
1950; re: article on Clays.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: article on Clays.
Commager, Henry Steele
(3), 1947-48; re: volume on Confederacy in new American Nation Series.
(3), <unitdate>1947-48;</unitdate> re: volume on Confederacy in new American Nation Series.
Conover, Frederick L.
(4), 1944-55; re: letter of recommendation and friendly letter.
(4), <unitdate>1944-55;</unitdate> re: letter of recommendation and friendly letter.
Cooper, John Irwin,
1955, re: Admiral Raphael Semmes.
1955, re: Admiral Raphael Semmes.
Cooper, Robert F.,
1920; re: personal news of former colleague at Birmingham-Southern College.
<unitdate>1920;</unitdate> re: personal news of former colleague at Birmingham-Southern College.
Corlew, Robert E.
(16), 1953-55, re: doctoral work at University of Alabama and work book for American history textbook.
(16), <unitdate>1953-55</unitdate>, re: doctoral work at University of Alabama and work book for American history textbook.
Cotton, Thomas,
1934; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Coulter, E. Merton
(9), 1933-54, re: historical programs and writings.
(9), <unitdate>1933-54</unitdate>, re: historical programs and writings.
*Couch, W.T.
(7), 1934-35; re: publication of student's historical writings and agrarianism.
(7), <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: publication of student's historical writings and agrarianism.
Cox, Carl S.,
1920; re: new position in Florida.
<unitdate>1920;</unitdate> re: new position in Florida.
Cox, Frederick J.
(3), 1952-53; re: Fulbright Fellow in Egypt, experience, etc.
(3), <unitdate>1952-53;</unitdate> re: Fulbright Fellow in Egypt, experience, etc.
Crabb, A. L.,
1949, re: regrets departure of Frank Owsley.
1949, re: regrets departure of Frank Owsley.
Craig, Daisy D.,
1952; re: speech to Moble Society.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: speech to Moble Society.
Crane, Edward. See D. Van Nostrand -- Crane.
Crane, Verner W.,
1940; re: reprint.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint.
*Craven, Avery O.
(14) 1953-56; re: historical writings, symposium for Dodd, reprints, etc.
(14) <unitdate>1953-56;</unitdate> re: historical writings, symposium for Dodd, reprints, etc.
Cresap, Bernarr
(5), 1950-54; re: teaching position, historical writings, etc.
(5), <unitdate>1950-54;</unitdate> re: teaching position, historical writings, etc.
Crittenden, C. C.
(4), 1935-40; re: articles in North Carolina Historical Quarterly.
(4), <unitdate>1935-40;</unitdate> re: articles in North Carolina Historical Quarterly.
Cruickshank, Earl F.
(2), 1936-42, re: experiences in U.S. Array.
(2), <unitdate>1936-42</unitdate>, re: experiences in U.S. Array.
Curlee, Erline,
1951; re: homecoming at Cain's Chapel.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: homecoming at Cain's Chapel.
Curt, Merle
(3), 1940-48; re: reprints of articles.
(3), <unitdate>1940-48</unitdate>; re: reprints of articles.
Dale, E. E.,
1952, to A. B. Moore; re: lecture tour.
<unitdate>1952</unitdate>, to A. B. Moore; re: lecture tour.
Dale, W.P.,
1953; re: former student at Howard College.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: former student at Howard College.
Dambrink, John,
1952; re: desire to continue graduate work.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: desire to continue graduate work.
Daniel, C. C.
(3), 1919; re: position at Birmingham-Southern College.
(3), <unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: position at Birmingham-Southern College.
Daniels, Francis Clifton,
1954; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
*Daniels, Jonathan,
1936; re: "A Letter to the Yankees."
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: "A Letter to the Yankees."
Davenport, F. Garvin
(9), 1940-53; re: historical writings and application for grant.
(9), <unitdate>1940-53;</unitdate> re: historical writings and application for grant.
*Davidson, Donald
(11), 1935-52; very fine letters about Agrarians and Fugitives.
(11), <unitdate>1935-52;</unitdate> very fine letters about Agrarians and Fugitives.
Davidson, John
(11), 1945-54; re: graduate work at Yale, doctoral dissertation and historical, writings.
(11), <unitdate>1945-54;</unitdate> re: graduate work at Yale, doctoral dissertation and historical, writings.
Davidson, Philip
(6), 1936-49; re: academic affairs, salaries, etc.
(6), <unitdate>1936-49;</unitdate> re: academic affairs, salaries, etc.
Davis, Charles S.
(2); re: teaching positions.
(2); re: teaching positions.
Davis, Edwin A.
(3), 1953; re: qualifications of students.
(3), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: qualifications of students.
Davis, Lambert
(15); re: writing for Virginia Quarterly Review.
(15); re: writing for <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Dawson, Ed,
195-; re: recommendation.
195-; re: recommendation.
Denbo, Bruce F.
(6), 1949-55; re: reading manuscripts for the Press.
(6), <unitdate>1949-55;</unitdate> re: reading manuscripts for the Press.
Denman, Clarence P.
(2), 1932, 1946; re: series of brief studies on topics of American history.
(2), <unitdate>1932, 1946;</unitdate> re: series of brief studies on topics of American history.
Denson, N. D.
(2), 1952; re: address to U.D.C.
(2), <unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: address to U.D.C.
Des Champs, Margaret Burr
(13); 1949-55;
(13); <unitdate>1949-55;</unitdate>
De Witt, Mrs. John H.,
1946; re: election to membership of Tennessee Historical Commission.
<unitdate>1946;</unitdate> re: election to membership of Tennessee Historical Commission.
Dickerson, O. M.
(2), 1955; re: reprint on Revolution.
(2), <unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: reprint on Revolution.
Diemer, G. W.,
1955; re: application of student.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: application of student.
*Dodd, William E.
(4), 1931-35, re: King Cotton Diplomacy; articles in American Review; and agrarianism.
(4), <unitdate>1931-35</unitdate>, re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>; articles in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>; and agrarianism.
Dorman, Lewy
(6), 1933-55; re: politics; Barbour County, Alabama; and dissertation.
(6), <unitdate>1933-55;</unitdate> re: politics; Barbour County, Alabama; and dissertation.
Dorrance, Ward Allison,
1938; re: appreciation.
<unitdate>1938;</unitdate> re: appreciation.
Dorris, J. T.,
1952; re: publication of his book on Lincoln.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: publication of his book on Lincoln.
Doster, James F.
(9), 1953-54; re: work at Harvard and headship of History Department.
(9), <unitdate>1953-54;</unitdate> re: work at Harvard and headship of History Department.
Douglas, Mary S., n.d.; re: book review.
Dowell, Madie,
1919; re: girls basketball team.
<unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: girls basketball team.
Dowell, Spright,
1918; re: teacher's certificate.
<unitdate>1918;</unitdate> re: teacher's certificate.
Du Bois, W. E. B.,
1942; re: resignation from SHA.
<unitdate>1942;</unitdate> re: resignation from SHA.
Duncan, L. N.
(4), 1942-45; re: Dr. Petrie's memoirs.
(4), <unitdate>1942-45;</unitdate> re: Dr. Petrie's memoirs.
Duncan, O. D., n.d.; re: writings.
Dunning, William A.
(2), 1917; re: graduate study at Columbia University.
(2), <unitdate>1917;</unitdate> re: graduate study at Columbia University.
D. Van Nostrand Company, 1940-54; Brown, Harold S.
(2), 1954; Clark, A. N. (21), 1941-54; Gander, Gustav H., 1952; Gum, William Lee, 1952; Heany, Arthur G. (12) 1949; Van de Velde, L. R., 1940; Victor, O.A., 1952; Crane, Edward M. (25), 1940-50 (especially good regarding various phases of textbook writing); Crane, Edward M., Jr., 1956.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> Clark, A. N. (21), 1941-54; Gander, Gustav H., 1952; Gum, William Lee, 1952; Heany, Arthur G. (12) 1949; Van de Velde, L. R., 1940; Victor, O.A., 1952; Crane, Edward M. (25), 1940-50 (especially good regarding various phases of textbook writing); Crane, Edward M., Jr., 1956.
*Dyer, John Percy
(26), 1934-50; re: writings, schools, agrarians, etc.
(26), <unitdate>1934-50;</unitdate> re: writings, schools, agrarians, etc.
Dykes, R. O.,
1919, re: program of commencement.
1919, re: program of commencement.
Eades, William,
1952; re: former student.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: former student.
Earle, Edward Mead,
1938, re: King Cotton Diplomacy.
1938, re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>.
Easterby, J. H.
(2), 1940; re: meeting of SHA in Charleston.
(2), <unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: meeting of SHA in Charleston.
Edelston, Emily,
1933; re: England.
<unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: England.
Edwards, Everett E.,
1940; re: reprint on "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint on "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
Edwards, J. E.,
1956, re: Anglo-American Conference.
1956, re: Anglo-American Conference.
Eidson, John O.
(2), 1953; re: article on D. R. Hundley.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: article on D. R. Hundley.
Ellis, Elmer
(2), 1935-36; re: program of MVHA; teaching position.
(2), <unitdate>1935-36;</unitdate> re: program of MVHA; teaching position.
Elmore, Col. Vincent M.,
1951; re: archives position of Mrs. Elmore.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: archives position of Mrs. Elmore.
Emerson, O. B.,
1953; re: fellowship.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: fellowship.
England, J. Merton
(2); 1954-55; re: article and Blazer lecture.
(2); <unitdate>1954-55;</unitdate> re: article and Blazer lecture.
*England, Robert
(2), 1935; re: proposed conference of Southern Editors; laments trouble with Virginia Quarterly; proposes new literary magazine.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: proposed conference of Southern Editors; laments trouble with <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>; proposes new literary magazine.
English, Sara John,
1953; re: speech on Lincoln.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: speech on Lincoln.
Evans, Edward H.,
1952; re: teaching positions.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: teaching positions.
Faircloth, J. M.,
1953; re: research project honor.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: research project honor.
Faremont, Marquis de Champvans de, 1938; re: membership in Conseil Historique et Heraldique de France.
Farish, Hunter D.,
1940; re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
Farraud, Max,
1940; re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
Faulkner, Harold W.,
1940; re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint of "Economic Basis of Society."
Favrat, Leo M.
(2), 1936; re: research grant.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: research grant.
Feidelson, Charles N.
(2), 1931, 1934; re: Owsley's book and son's scholarship.
(2), <unitdate>1931, 1934;</unitdate> re: Owsley's book and son's scholarship.
Fields, Emmett B.
(2), 1954; re; program for SHA.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; program for SHA.
Finney, Bob,
1952; re: doctoral exam.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: doctoral exam.
Fishel, Rabbi H.A.,
1953; re: Religion in Life week.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: Religion in Life week.
Fisher, Le Hoy H.,
1954; re; nominations for SHA.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; nominations for SHA.
Flanders, Ralph B.,
1937, re: program for SHA.
1937, re: program for SHA.
Fleming, Mary Boyd,
1930; re: appreciation for dedication of I'll Take My Stand.
<unitdate>1930;</unitdate> re: appreciation for dedication of <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
Fleming, Walter Lynwood
(4), 1920-27; re: position at Vanderbilt, courses, and grant.
(4), <unitdate>1920-27;</unitdate> re: position at Vanderbilt, courses, and grant.
*Fletcher, John Gould
(12), 1933-35; re: agrarianism, boycott of Virginia Quarterly, writings, etc.
(12), <unitdate>1933-35;</unitdate> re: agrarianism, boycott of <emph render="underline">Virginia</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>, writings, etc.
Ford, Guy Stanton
(2), 1947, 1951; re; Linden's review; advisory committee on census.
(2), <unitdate>1947, 1951;</unitdate> re; Linden's review; advisory committee on census.
*Forrester, Donal F.
(2), 1933-34; re; comparison of agrarians with Belloc, Chesterton, et al.
(2), <unitdate>1933-34;</unitdate> re; comparison of agrarians with Belloc, Chesterton, et al.
Freeman, Douglas Southall
(2), 1935; re; review of R. E. Lee.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re; review of R. E. Lee.
Friedman, Hugo
(4), 1949-53; re; writings and appreciation.
(4), <unitdate>1949-53;</unitdate> re; writings and appreciation.
Friedrich, Carl J.,
1935; re; historical approach to political science.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re; historical approach to political science.
Fulbright correspondence -- Young, Francis A.
(3), 1956; re; Fulbright assignment and recommendations.
(3), <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re; Fulbright assignment and recommendations.
Fuller, Grady
(3); 1955; re; research and writing.
(3); <unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re; research and writing.
Fulton, R. E.,
1950; re; Friersons.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re; Friersons.
Gachel, Dana, n.d.; re; MeGehee family.
Gallalee, John M.
(4), 1949-52; re:speech and writings.
(4), <unitdate>1949-52;</unitdate> re:speech and writings.
Ganaway, Loomis,
1945; re; Army experiences.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re; Army experiences.
Gardner, John W.,
1954; re; list of books which would give foreign readers a balanced picture of U. S.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; list of books which would give foreign readers a balanced picture of U. S.
Garner, J. W., n.d.; re; program of AHA.
Gewehr, Wesley M.
(3), 1947; re; summer teaching at University of Maryland.
(3), <unitdate>1947;</unitdate> re; summer teaching at University of Maryland.
Gewin, Walter P.,
1954; re; resignation.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; resignation.
Gilbert, William E.
(2), 1954; re; teaching position.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; teaching position.
Gill, William H.,
1953; re; recommendation.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re; recommendation.
Glenn, L. C.
(2), 1950; re; books.
(2), <unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re; books.
Going, Allen
(6), 1951-52; re: writings, health, salary, promotion, etc.
(6), <unitdate>1951-52;</unitdate> re: writings, health, salary, promotion, etc.
Govan, Tom,
1954; re: program of SHA.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: program of SHA.
Gower, Herschel,
1952; re: thesis on Agrarians.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: thesis on Agrarians.
Graham, Jane Kirkland
(5), 1932-55; re: Vanderbilt, and her manuscript book.
(5), <unitdate>1932-55;</unitdate> re: Vanderbilt, and her manuscript book.
Graves, John Temple,
1955; re: writings and I'll Take My Stand.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: writings and <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
Greaves, Carl P.
(2); re: graduate work.
(2); re: graduate work.
Green, Fletcher M.
(8), 1936-50; re: SHA, writings, etc.
(8), <unitdate>1936-50;</unitdate> re: SHA, writings, etc.
Greene, J. N.
(2), 1953; re: Alabama Hall of Fame.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: Alabama Hall of Fame.
Greenfield, Kent Roberts
(4), 1935; re; program of AHA.
(4), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re; program of AHA.
Gregory, Lillian,
1935, re: book.
1935, re: book.
Griffith, Lucile
(2), 1953; re: I'll Take My Stand.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>.
Griffin, Richard W.,
1952; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Grimmett, Floy,
1952; re: speech to U.D.C.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: speech to U.D.C.
Guyton, Walter,
1954; re; graduate work.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re; graduate work.
Hails, Frances M.,
1942; re: reprints.
<unitdate>1942;</unitdate> re: reprints.
Hall, Fitzgerald
(7), 1943-44; re: courses in American history; nonslaveholder in South.
(7), <unitdate>1943-44;</unitdate> re: courses in American history; nonslaveholder in South.
Hall, Martin
(2), 1956; re: teaching position and appreciation.
(2), <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: teaching position and appreciation.
Hamilton, Lillian C.,
1954; re: speech in Mobile.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: speech in Mobile.
Hammill, Grace, n.d.; re: whereabouts.
Harcourt, Alfred
(2), 1926; re: novel on Civil War.
(2), <unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: novel on Civil War.
Hart, Laura Louise,
1953; re: student's record.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: student's record.
Hartje, Bob,
1955; re: dissertation and teaching positions.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: dissertation and teaching positions.
Harper, Roland M.
(9), 1933-42; re: American Review; South misrepresented; writings on land tenure, etc.
(9), <unitdate>1933-42;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>; South misrepresented; writings on land tenure, etc.
Harrell, Costen J.,
1944; re: Sam Jones.
<unitdate>1944;</unitdate> re: Sam Jones.
Harris, T. H.,
1934; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Hauser, Ernst O.
(2), 1936; re: Scottsboro article.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: Scottsboro article.
Hawthorne, Frank H.,
1949; re: return to Alabama.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: return to Alabama.
Hayes, Joseph P.,
1935; re: article in American Review.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: article in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Haynes, Jim,
1935; re: combatting communism.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: combatting communism.
Head, Holman
(3); 1953; re: teaching position.
(3); <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Hendrix, Noble,
1952; re: quotation from Charles A. Beard.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: quotation from Charles A. Beard.
Henry, Robert,
1941; re: SHA presidential address.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: SHA presidential address.
Higginbotham, S. W.,
1953; re: articles on Mississippi history.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: articles on Mississippi history.
Hill, Louise Biles
(4), 1933-51; re: academic problems.
(4), <unitdate>1933-51;</unitdate> re: academic problems.
Hill, Walter B.,
1936; re: physical examination.
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: physical examination.
Hingers, Edward,
1953; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Hobeika, John E.
(2), 1936; re: Southern history.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: Southern history.
Hoffman, Don,
1954; re: greetings of Phi Alpha Theta.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: greetings of Phi Alpha Theta.
Hoffman, Philip G.
(10), 1952-53; re: extension courses.
(10), <unitdate>1952-53;</unitdate> re: extension courses.
Hofstadter, Richard,
1954; re: article on slavery.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: article on slavery.
Hohenberg, Adolphe
(2), 1919; re: recommendation.
(2), <unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Hoke, K. J.,
1936; re: summer teaching position.
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: summer teaching position.
Holliday, R. H.,
1926; re: State Rights in Confederacy.
<unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">State</emph> <emph render="underline">Rights</emph> <emph render="underline">in</emph> <emph render="underline">Confederacy</emph>.
Holt, Henry and Company -- John E. Neill and Alden H. Clark; re: book on Old South.
Holt, W. Stull
(2), 1933, 1940; re: dissertation-subject originality; article on Economic Basis.
(2), <unitdate>1933, 1940;</unitdate> re: dissertation-subject originality; article on Economic Basis.
Holton, Holland
(3); 1937-40, re: summer teaching.
(3); <unitdate>1937-40</unitdate>, re: summer teaching.
Hoole, W. Stanley
(5); 1949-54; re: speech at Alabama Historical Association; teaching-at Columbia, etc.
(5); <unitdate>1949-54;</unitdate> re: speech at Alabama Historical Association; teaching-at Columbia, etc.
Horton, George E.,
1933; re: writings on the South.
<unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: writings on the South.
House, R. B.
(2), 1926, 1939, re: copyright of material; summer session at Chapel Hill.
(2), <unitdate>1926, 1939</unitdate>, re: copyright of material; summer session at Chapel Hill.
Howard, G. H.,
1951; re: records of Coosa County.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: records of Coosa County.
Howell, Isabel
(55), 1949-56, to Harriet Owsley; re: all sorts of interesting people and ideas.
(55), <unitdate>1949-56</unitdate>, to Harriet Owsley; re: all sorts of interesting people and ideas.
Howell, Morton
(11), 1949-55, re: insurance, etc.
(11), <unitdate>1949-55</unitdate>, re: insurance, etc.
Hubert, Ruth B.,
1953, re: evaluating manuscript.
1953, re: evaluating manuscript.
Huff, A. Le Roy
(4), 1934-35; re: teaching etc.
(4), <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: teaching etc.
Ingram, Irvine G.
(2), 1949, re: speech at Carrolton, Ga.
(2), <unitdate>1949</unitdate>, re: speech at Carrolton, Ga.
Inzer, Peggy Jean
(2), 1954-55; re: Speech at Judson College.
(2), <unitdate>1954-55;</unitdate> re: Speech at Judson College.
Izard, Thomas C.,
1934; re: Columbia Summer School.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: Columbia Summer School.
Jackson, Kenneth,
1950; re: graduate work and teaching Civil War and Reconstruction.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: graduate work and teaching Civil War and Reconstruction.
James, Kathrina,
1950; re: University Research Committee.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: University Research Committee.
Jemison, Robert,
1949; re: address to Alabama Historical Association.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: address to Alabama Historical Association.
Jenkins, William T.,
1951; re: graduate fellowship.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: graduate fellowship.
Jernegan, M. W.
(3), 1934, 1935; re: maps and speech.
(3), <unitdate>1934, 1935;</unitdate> re: maps and speech.
Johnson, C. E.,
1921; re: cartoons in The Montgomery Journal.
<unitdate>1921;</unitdate> re: cartoons in <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Montgomery</emph> <emph render="underline">Journal</emph>.
Johnson, Samuel A.,
1936: re: dissertation.
1936: re: dissertation.
Johnston, G. Burke
(3), 1951-52; re: teaching position.
(3), <unitdate>1951-52;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Jones, Millard Van,
1953; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Jordan, Holman D.,
1952; re: desire to study at Alabama.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: desire to study at Alabama.
Jordon, Weymouth Tyree
(23), 1935-56; re: research and writings, teaching positions, etc.
(23), <unitdate>1935-56;</unitdate> re: research and writings, teaching positions, etc.
Karl, Barry D.,
1954; re: ms. for U. of C. Press.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: ms. for U. of C. Press.
Karlin, J. Alexander,
1941; re: Presidential address.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: Presidential address.
Kendrick, B. B.,
1937; re: Tates', teaching position.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: Tates', teaching position.
Kennedy, Joseph M.,
1938; re: Harmsworth professorship.
<unitdate>1938;</unitdate> re: Harmsworth professorship.
Kethley, W. M.
(2), 1953; re: teaching position.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Kiger, Joseph C.
(13), 1951-55; re: teaching positions and research work.
(13), <unitdate>1951-55;</unitdate> re: teaching positions and research work.
Kilby, Thomas,
1919; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Kimura, Kikuya
(4), 1951-55; re: reprints and bibliography.
(4), <unitdate>1951-55;</unitdate> re: reprints and bibliography.
Kinard, James C.,
1945; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Kirkland, James H.
(6), 1927-56; re: salary and leaves; also appreciation for friendship.
(6), <unitdate>1927-56;</unitdate> re: salary and leaves; also appreciation for friendship.
Knapp, Charles M.
(2), 1934-35; re: organizing Southern Historical Association.
(2), <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: organizing Southern Historical Association.
Knopf, Alfred A.
(5), 1938-44; re: contract for proposed book and advanced royalties.
(5), <unitdate>1938-44;</unitdate> re: contract for proposed book and advanced royalties.
Krauskopf, Frances,
1955; re: book review.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: book review.
Krock, Arthur
(2), 1939; re: Harrasworth professorship.
(2), <unitdate>1939;</unitdate> re: Harrasworth professorship.
Krout, John A.,
1940; re: reprint of article on "Economic Basis."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint of article on "Economic Basis."
Krueger, E. J.,
1940; re: reprint of article on "Economic Basis."
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint of article on "Economic Basis."
*Kuhlman, A. F.
(3), 1942-43; re: proposal to establish Fugitive-Agrarian collections.
(3), <unitdate>1942-43;</unitdate> re: proposal to establish Fugitive-Agrarian collections.
Landruth, Harold F.,
1954; re: graduate school.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: graduate school.
Lane, Kate,
1948; re: appreciation for tribute to Dr. Petrie.
<unitdate>1948;</unitdate> re: appreciation for tribute to Dr. Petrie.
Lamer, E. A.,
1934; re: George Washington as Virginia gentleman.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: George Washington as Virginia gentleman.
Larsen, Laurence M.
(5); 1936-37; re: Summer school at University of Illinois.
(5); <unitdate>1936-37;</unitdate> re: Summer school at University of Illinois.
Lasky, Melvin J.,
1941; re: article on "Economic Basis."
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: article on "Economic Basis."
Latimer, John
(5); 1947-50; re: teaching position.
(5); <unitdate>1947-50;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Lazenby, Candler,
1934; re: teaching German.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: teaching German.
Le Breton, Maurice
(3), 1951-52; re: French Archives.
(3), <unitdate>1951-52;</unitdate> re: French Archives.
Le Due, Thomas
(2), 1950; re: methodology in studying land tenure.
(2), <unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: methodology in studying land tenure.
Lefler, Hugh T.,
1939; re: SHA.
<unitdate>1939;</unitdate> re: SHA.
Lehmann, Joseph H.
(4), 1953; re: teaching position.
(4), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Lewis, Louise Garland,
1950; re: Croxton's Raid on University of Alabama.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: Croxton's Raid on University of Alabama.
Lipsey, Plautus Iberius,
1952; re: textbook on Civil War, etc.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: textbook on Civil War, etc.
Little, Brown, & Company
(3); Herbert F. Jenkins, 1936; re: request for manuscripts on South.
(3); Herbert F. Jenkins, 1936; re: request for manuscripts on South.
Lloyd, Arthur Young
(l4), 1934-49; re: dissertation, teaching, public welfare, and Legislative Research Commission.
(l4), <unitdate>1934-49;</unitdate> re: dissertation, teaching, public welfare, and Legislative Research Commission.
Locket, Mary, n.d.; re: thanking for dinner party.
Lord, Clifford
(8), 1952-53; re: American Association for State and Local History.
(8), <unitdate>1952-53;</unitdate> re: American Association for State and Local History.
Louisiana Press,
1953; re: death of Wilkerson; evaluation of manuscripts; volumes on Civil War.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: death of Wilkerson; evaluation of manuscripts; volumes on Civil War.
Lowes, Marvin McCord
(9), 1934-35; re: articles and book reviews for American Review.
(9), <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: articles and book reviews for <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Lusky, Lehman M.,
1941; re: seeking a job.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: seeking a job.
Lyle, Olive,
1954; re: speech to Mobile Historical Society.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: speech to Mobile Historical Society.
Lynch, William O.,
1950; re: review of Plain Folk.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: review of <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
*Lytle, Andrew
(28), 1934-56; re: The Long Night, agrarianism, and other writings.
(28), <unitdate>1934-56;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Long</emph> <emph render="underline">Night</emph>, agrarianism, and other writings.
McCann, Thomas R.
(2), 1954; re: graduate work.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
McGehee, Edward
(11), 1943-51; re: experiences in the armed services; proposed writings and graduate study.
(11), <unitdate>1943-51;</unitdate> re: experiences in the armed services; proposed writings and graduate study.
McGill, John T.,
1937, re: Phi Beta Kappa membership.
1937, re: Phi Beta Kappa membership.
McGrew, Mason,
1950; re: position and research.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: position and research.
McIntosh, John W.
(2), 1934; re: graduate work.
(2), <unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
McLaughlin, A. C.,
1921; re: work at University of Chicago.
<unitdate>1921;</unitdate> re: work at University of Chicago.
McLean, Ross H.
(3); 1939-40; re: SHA programs in European history.
(3); <unitdate>1939-40;</unitdate> re: SHA programs in European history.
McLemore, R.A.
(2), 1945-49; re: writings and position at University of Alabama.
(2), <unitdate>1945-49;</unitdate> re: writings and position at University of Alabama.
McLure, John R.,
1952; re: student examination.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: student examination.
McPherson, Joseph, Sr.,
1953; re: accident of Joseph, Jr.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: accident of Joseph, Jr.
McPherson, Joseph, Jr.
(2), 1954; re: resignation as graduate assistant.
(2), <unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: resignation as graduate assistant.
Manning, John
(9), 1934-47; re: research, speaking engagements, teaching positions University of Kentucky, National Institute of Public Affairs, and political job in Kentucky.
(9), <unitdate>1934-47;</unitdate> re: research, speaking engagements, teaching positions University of Kentucky, National Institute of Public Affairs, and political job in Kentucky.
Marchant, Alexander,
1950; re: Rolls Royce.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: Rolls Royce.
Markey, Morris,
1926, re: using historical works for fiction.
1926, re: using historical works for fiction.
Martin, John M.,
1952; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Martin, Roscoe C.
(2), 1949; re: acceptance of position at Alabama.
(2), <unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: acceptance of position at Alabama.
Martin, Thomas P.
(2), 1934; re: establishment of a National Archives and the position of Archivist.
(2), <unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: establishment of a National Archives and the position of Archivist.
Meacham, Boyd,
1935; re: purchase of farm.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: purchase of farm.
Meade, Robert D.
(3), 1940-44; re: SHA program, and his Benjamin book.
(3), <unitdate>1940-44;</unitdate> re: SHA program, and his Benjamin book.
Meadows, Austin,
1955; re: adoption of Alabama history textbooks.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: adoption of Alabama history textbooks.
Measomer, M. B.,
1935; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Merritt, Edgar C.,
1953; re; McGehee family.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re; McGehee family.
Miles, T. J.,
1948; re: school associations.
<unitdate>1948;</unitdate> re: school associations.
Miller, Francis P.
(6); re; agrarianism, articles in American Review and Southern Review.
(6); re; agrarianism, articles in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph> and <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Milton, George Fort,
1935; re: Lincoln's attitude on Crittenden compromise.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Lincoln's attitude on Crittenden compromise.
Mims, Edwin
(2), 1950; re: Plain Folk.
(2), <unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Mississippi Valley Historical Association
(2), 1937-40; re: annual meeting and payment of dues.
(2), <unitdate>1937-40;</unitdate> re: annual meeting and payment of dues.
Moe, Henry Allen
(12), 1927-55; re: Guggenheim Fellowships and friendly messages.
(12), <unitdate>1927-55;</unitdate> re: Guggenheim Fellowships and friendly messages.
Moffatt, Charles H.
(5), 1943-52; re: graduate work.
(5), <unitdate>1943-52;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Moffitt, James W.
(3); 1936-39; re: SHA and Southern historical scholarship.
(3); <unitdate>1936-39;</unitdate> re: SHA and Southern historical scholarship.
Mooney, Chase
(6), 1950-54; re: research and writings.
(6), <unitdate>1950-54;</unitdate> re: research and writings.
*Moore, Albert Burton
(93), 1917-55; re: schools, writings, football, politics, University of Alabama, teaching positions, graduate program, etc.
(93), <unitdate>1917-55;</unitdate> re: schools, writings, football, politics, University of Alabama, teaching positions, graduate program, etc.
Moore, Charles,
1926; re: article on defeatism.
<unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: article on defeatism.
Moore, Glover
(10), 1940-50; re: array services, Hitler, Roosevelt, Civil War writings, politics, dissertation publication, etc.
(10), <unitdate>1940-50;</unitdate> re: array services, Hitler, Roosevelt, Civil War writings, politics, dissertation publication, etc.
Moore, J. M.,
1917; re: old friendship.
<unitdate>1917;</unitdate> re: old friendship.
Morgan, Helen,
1952; re: history of Clarke County.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: history of Clarke County.
Morgan, Walter M.
(2), 1956; re: politics, and school problems.
(2), <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: politics, and school problems.
Morris, Richard B.
(3), 1953-54; re: summer teaching at Columbia and criticism of article dealing with South.
(3), <unitdate>1953-54;</unitdate> re: summer teaching at Columbia and criticism of article dealing with South.
Morton, Richard L.
(3), 1936-46; re: teaching position at William and Mary; article on pattern of migration with request for article for Quarterly.
(3), <unitdate>1936-46;</unitdate> re: teaching position at William and Mary; article on pattern of migration with request for article for <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>.
Morison, S. E.,
1940; re: reprint.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: reprint.
Mudroch, Vratislav,
1926; re: School of Music.
<unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: School of Music.
Mullins, Edna Earle
(2), 1953; re: graduate work at Yale.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: graduate work at Yale.
Murphy, Rev. DuBose,
1955; re: Biblical references.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: Biblical references.
Murphy, T. F.,
1938; re: purchase of census microfilms.
<unitdate>1938;</unitdate> re: purchase of census microfilms.
Neese, Joseph Maynard
(5), 1936-39; re: work in North Carolina.
(5), <unitdate>1936-39;</unitdate> re: work in North Carolina.
Nettels, Curtis
(3), 1934-42; re: thesis on Emigrant Aid Society, policies of 1850's, and comments on reprint on Economic Structure of Rural Tennessee.
(3), <unitdate>1934-42;</unitdate> re: thesis on Emigrant Aid Society, policies of 1850's, and comments on reprint on Economic Structure of Rural Tennessee.
Nevins, Allan
(9), 1939-54; re: University of Jerusalem, recommendation of his student; invitation to visit.
(9), <unitdate>1939-54;</unitdate> re: University of Jerusalem, recommendation of his student; invitation to visit.
Nevins, Mrs. Allan,
1954; re: directions for trip to Connecticut.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: directions for trip to Connecticut.
Newman, J. H.,
1953; re: operation Bootstrap.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: operation Bootstrap.
Newsome, A. R.
(2), 1934-38; re: Archives and teaching position.
(2), <unitdate>1934-38;</unitdate> re: Archives and teaching position.
Newton, Wesley P., Jr.,
1953; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Nichols, Roy F.,
1943; re: reprint of article on Economic Basis.
<unitdate>1943;</unitdate> re: reprint of article on Economic Basis.
*Nixon, H. C.
(24, 1926-56; re; experiences in Europe; politics and FDR; farm tenancy; Pillars of Agrarianism; refusal to write for Who Owns America; ideas on textbook.
(24, <unitdate>1926-56;</unitdate> re; experiences in Europe; politics and FDR; farm tenancy; Pillars of Agrarianism; refusal to write for <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>; ideas on textbook.
*Odum, Howard
(2), 1936, 1940; re; "poor whites" and article on Economic Basis of Society.
(2), <unitdate>1936, 1940;</unitdate> re; "poor whites" and article on Economic Basis of Society.
Oliver, Dr. Oren A.
(2), 1947-50; re: orthodontics.
(2), <unitdate>1947-50;</unitdate> re: orthodontics.
Oliver, Revils Pendleton
(2), 1935; re: Three American Crusades.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: Three American Crusades.
Omicron Delta Kappa Society
(2), 1948; re: appointment as faculty adviser.
(2), <unitdate>1948;</unitdate> re: appointment as faculty adviser.
Owen, Marie Bankhead
(4), 1941-53; re: article on "Fundamental Cause of the Civil War" and other writings.
(4), <unitdate>1941-53;</unitdate> re: article on "Fundamental Cause of the Civil War" and other writings.
Owen, Thomas M., Jr.
(2), 1935; re: biography of General Joseph Wheeler.
(2), <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: biography of General Joseph Wheeler.
Ownbey, Richard L.,
1950; re: Plain Folk.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Palmer, Gordon D.,
1953; re: A. B. Moore.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: A. B. Moore.
Palmer, John
(2), 1946, 1947; re: essay book review.
(2), <unitdate>1946, 1947;</unitdate> re: essay book review.
Park, No-Yong
(10), 1951-52; re: lectures and teaching.
(10), <unitdate>1951-52;</unitdate> re: lectures and teaching.
Parks, Edd,
1938; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1938;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Patrick, Joseph B.,
1954; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Patton, James W.
(6), 1939-42; re: SHA.
(6), <unitdate>1939-42;</unitdate> re: SHA.
Peel, Roy V.,
1953; re: Census program.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: Census program.
Pentecost, Percy M.
(2), 1949-50; re: teaching.
(2), <unitdate>1949-50;</unitdate> re: teaching.
Peoples, James A.,
1933; re: article on Scottsboro.
<unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: article on Scottsboro.
Perry, Charles D.
(2), 1951, 1952; re: Pharr's Aeneid.
(2), <unitdate>1951, 1952;</unitdate> re: Pharr's <emph render="underline">Aeneid</emph>.
Petrie, George
(9), 1915-42; re: recommendations and writings, reminiscences.
(9), <unitdate>1915-42;</unitdate> re: recommendations and writings, reminiscences.
Pharr, Clyde,
1945; re: Theodosian Code.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: Theodosian Code.
Phillips, Ulrich B.,
1903 to Henry; re: reasons for going to Wisconsin and hopes to produce something noteworthy on history of South.
<unitdate>1903</unitdate> to Henry; re: reasons for going to Wisconsin and hopes to produce something noteworthy on history of South.
Pickens, W. E., Jr.,
1956; re: social security regulations.
<unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: social security regulations.
Pierce, Bessie L.
(2), 1935, 41; re: presentation of Dodd volume and her research.
(2), <unitdate>1935, 41;</unitdate> re: presentation of Dodd volume and her research.
Pi Gamma Mu,
1925; re: membership.
<unitdate>1925;</unitdate> re: membership.
Pipkin, Charles W.
(2), 1934; re: writings for Southern Review.
(2), <unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: writings for <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Pomfret, John E.
(8), 1936-45; re: Social Science Research grants and others; reprint of article.
(8), <unitdate>1936-45;</unitdate> re: Social Science Research grants and others; reprint of article.
Posey, Walter B.
(2), 1934, 1952; re: review and graduate students.
(2), <unitdate>1934, 1952;</unitdate> re: review and graduate students.
Pruitt, Maurice
(3); 1954-56; re: experiences in armed forces and historical characters.
(3); <unitdate>1954-56;</unitdate> re: experiences in armed forces and historical characters.
Ramsdell, Charles W.
(5), 1935-36; re: programs of SHA, Lincoln and Fort Sumter, state socialism in the Confederacy, etc.
(5), <unitdate>1935-36;</unitdate> re: programs of SHA, Lincoln and Fort Sumter, state socialism in the Confederacy, etc.
Ramsey, John
(4), 1953; re: University of Alabama History Department.
(4), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: University of Alabama History Department.
Rand McNally & Co.,
1956; re: selections from King Cotton.
<unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: selections from <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph>.
Randall, J. G.
(2), 1945; re: comments on book; reprint of article on settlement of Southern frontier.
(2), <unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: comments on book; reprint of article on settlement of Southern frontier.
*Rawe, John C., S. J.,
1937; re: farm tenancy and agrarianism.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: farm tenancy and agrarianism.
Reeves, Ada M.,
1935; re: speech to Colonial Dames.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: speech to Colonial Dames.
Regen, W. D., Jr.,
1942; re: armed services.
<unitdate>1942;</unitdate> re: armed services.
Reynolds, T. H.,
1936; re: program of SSSA
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: program of SSSA
Reynolds, Wade
(5), n.d., 1949; re: teaching, writing, etc.
(5), n.d., 1949; re: teaching, writing, etc.
Rhodes, M. C.,
1952; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Rice, Nannie H.
(2), 1951; re: Walker genealogy.
(2), <unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: Walker genealogy.
Rich, Dr. Celia,
1949; re: Plain Folk.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Richardson, Patrick W.
(2), 1952; re: paper to Huntsville Historical Society.
(2), <unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: paper to Huntsville Historical Society.
Richardson, W. C.,
1953; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Rippa, Sol Alexander
(2), 1952, 1955; re: Ford Fellowship.
(2), <unitdate>1952, 1955;</unitdate> re: Ford Fellowship.
Rippy, J. Fred
(7), 1925-55; re: review of State Rights; Archivist of U.S., program of American Historical Association; conditions at Chicago in 1955.
(7), <unitdate>1925-55;</unitdate> re: review of <emph render="underline">State</emph> <emph render="underline">Rights</emph>; Archivist of U.S., program of American Historical Association; conditions at Chicago in 1955.
Robert, Joseph C.
(2), 1944-45; re: program and reprint.
(2), <unitdate>1944-45;</unitdate> re: program and reprint.
Roberts, Frances
(10), 1951-54; re: graduate work and writings at University of Alabama.
(10), <unitdate>1951-54;</unitdate> re: graduate work and writings at University of Alabama.
Robertson, J. Fall,
1954; re: daughter Nancy.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: daughter Nancy.
Robinson, Janie Grace,
1952; re: writings of father.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: writings of father.
Robinson, William M.
(3), 1935-37; re: program and writings on Confederate Judiciary.
(3), <unitdate>1935-37;</unitdate> re: program and writings on Confederate Judiciary.
Robinton, Madeline,
1939; re: Prize Court decisions.
<unitdate>1939;</unitdate> re: Prize Court decisions.
Robison, Dan M.
(4), 1950-54; re: Plain Folk reprint, position with TSLA, Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
(4), <unitdate>1950-54;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph> reprint, position with TSLA, <emph render="underline">Tennessee</emph> <emph render="underline">Historical</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>.
Ross, Letitia D.,
1951; re: new position.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: new position.
Rowland, Donald W.,
1951; re: summer teaching position.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: summer teaching position.
Rutland, J. R.,
1942; re: genealogy, Dr. Petrie and English instructors.
<unitdate>1942;</unitdate> re: genealogy, Dr. Petrie and English instructors.
Ryle, Walter H.
(2), 1934; re: dissertation and recommendation for Social Science position.
(2), <unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: dissertation and recommendation for Social Science position.
Samford, Thomas, n.d.; re: Battle of Shiloh.
Sarratt, Madison,
1949; re: Vanderbilt's loss of Frank Owsley.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: Vanderbilt's loss of Frank Owsley.
Savage, Ernest C.
(3), 1931-32; re: writings on Civil War.
(3), <unitdate>1931-32;</unitdate> re: writings on Civil War.
Schlesinger, A, M.,
1940; re: request for reprint of "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
<unitdate>1940;</unitdate> re: request for reprint of "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
Schmidt, L. B.,
1941; re: presidential address and other writings.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: presidential address and other writings.
Schmitt, Bernadotte E.
(5), 1926-351 re: "Defeatism in Confederacy" and festschrift for Dodd.
(5), <unitdate>1926-351</unitdate> re: "Defeatism in Confederacy" and festschrift for Dodd.
Shannon, Fred A.
(2), 1940-42; re: reprints
(2), <unitdate>1940-42;</unitdate> re: reprints
*Shryock, Richard H.
(3), 1936-40; re: grants and writings on Southern history.
(3), <unitdate>1936-40;</unitdate> re: grants and writings on Southern history.
Shugg, Roger W,
(3), 1950-55; re: proposed writing.
(3), <unitdate>1950-55;</unitdate> re: proposed writing.
Shumate, Thomas D.,
1953; re: new position.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: new position.
*Silver, James W.
(12), 1936-55; re: teaching positions; big business, big labor, politics, writings, programs, etc.
(12), <unitdate>1936-55;</unitdate> re: teaching positions; big business, big labor, politics, writings, programs, etc.
Simms, Henry H.,
1934; re: review of Cole's book.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: review of Cole's book.
Simms, LeRoy A., Sterling J. Foster, and Clyde W. Ennis,
1933; re: "Scottsboro -- The Third Crusade."
<unitdate>1933</unitdate>; re: "Scottsboro -- The Third Crusade."
Simpkins, Francis B.
(2), 1951, 1953; re: student; and program of SHA
(2), <unitdate>1951, 1953;</unitdate> re: student; and program of SHA
*Simpson, Albert
(16), 1935-53; re: farmer's situation in 1935, Pillars of Agrarianism, teaching positions, dissertation, SHA meeting in Charleston, Presidential address, Georgia history, work at Maxwell Field; World War II, work with Historical Division, Army Air Force; Negro problem.
(16), <unitdate>1935-53;</unitdate> re: farmer's situation in 1935, Pillars of Agrarianism, teaching positions, dissertation, SHA meeting in Charleston, Presidential address, Georgia history, work at Maxwell Field; World War II, work with Historical Division, Army Air Force; Negro problem.
Skipper, Otis C.
(25), 1940-54; re: programs and meetings of SHA, biography of DeBow.
(25), <unitdate>1940-54;</unitdate> re: programs and meetings of SHA, biography of DeBow.
Smith, Charles E.,
1949; re: Plain Folk.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Smith, Culver H.,
1934; re: AHA meeting.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: AHA meeting.
Smith, James Anderson,
1945; re: King Cotton Diplomacy.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>.
Smith, Louis
(2), 1934, 1950; re: graduate work and teaching positions.
(2), <unitdate>1934, 1950;</unitdate> re: graduate work and teaching positions.
Smith, T. Lynn
(3), 1950-55; re: volume on Brazil and The Peoples of Latin America.
(3), <unitdate>1950-55;</unitdate> re: volume on Brazil and <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Peoples</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Latin</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>.
Smith, Warren Irving
(15), 1950-56; re: dissertation and teaching positions.
(15), <unitdate>1950-56;</unitdate> re: dissertation and teaching positions.
Social Science Research Council
(13), 1930-44; re: programs and grants.
(13), <unitdate>1930-44;</unitdate> re: programs and grants.
South, Percy
(3), 1945-49; re: dissertation on land tenure in Montgomery County, Alabama.
(3), <unitdate>1945-49;</unitdate> re: dissertation on land tenure in Montgomery County, Alabama.
Southard, Shelby E.
(2), 1939; re: graduate work.
(2), <unitdate>1939;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
Spengler, Joseph J.
(2), 1937, 1940; re: reprint on "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
(2), <unitdate>1937, 1940;</unitdate> re: reprint on "Economic Basis of Society," etc.
Sprigg, Earle F.,
1953; re: admiralty records at Key West.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: admiralty records at Key West.
Stanley, C. M.,
1954; re: "The Education of a Southern Girl."
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: "The Education of a Southern Girl."
Stanton, William A.,
1945; re: John Brown and Kansas.
<unitdate>1945;</unitdate> re: John Brown and Kansas.
Staples, Thomas S,
(3), 1934-39; re: teaching position, SHA program, and Roosevelt.
(3), <unitdate>1934-39;</unitdate> re: teaching position, SHA program, and Roosevelt.
Stevens, George,
1935; re: review for The Saturday Review of the Lamar book.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: review for <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Saturday</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph> of the Lamar book.
*Stephenson, Wendell H.
(14), 1935-53; re: book reviews for Journal of Southern History; articles for publication; teaching techniques; dissertations.
(14), <unitdate>1935-53;</unitdate> re: book reviews for <emph render="underline">Journal</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">History</emph>; articles for publication; teaching techniques; dissertations.
Sterkx, Gene
(9), 1953-56; re: teaching positions, dissertation, etc.
(9), <unitdate>1953-56;</unitdate> re: teaching positions, dissertation, etc.
*Stewart, Edward Bay
(8), 1935-37; re: farm tenancy, agrarianism, and articles in American Review.
(8), <unitdate>1935-37;</unitdate> re: farm tenancy, agrarianism, and articles in <emph render="underline">American</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Stewart, John Craig,
1955, to Gordon Chappell; re: fourth-grade textbook on Alabama.
1955, to Gordon Chappell; re: fourth-grade textbook on Alabama.
Stewart, Randall
(2), 1956; re: Fugitive Reunion.
(2), <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: Fugitive Reunion.
Stockdale, William,
1949; re: Phi Alpha Theta membership.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: Phi Alpha Theta membership.
Stocking, George W.
(3); 1947-49; re: summer grants, etc.
(3); <unitdate>1947-49;</unitdate> re: summer grants, etc.
*Stone, Geoffrey
(4), 1936-51: re: The Examiner, and the lack of a periodical representing the point of view of the American conservative.
(4), <unitdate>1936-51</unitdate>: re: <emph render="underline">The</emph> <emph render="underline">Examiner</emph>, and the lack of a periodical representing the point of view of the American conservative.
Strode, Hudson,
1955; re: volume on Jefferson Davis.
<unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: volume on <emph render="underline">Jefferson</emph> <emph render="underline">Davis</emph>.
Sulzby, James F.
(3), 1948-49; re: speeches to Alabama Historical Association.
(3), <unitdate>1948-49;</unitdate> re: speeches to Alabama Historical Association.
Summersell, Charles G.
(17), 1942-56; re: recommendations and history department at University of Alabama.
(17), <unitdate>1942-56;</unitdate> re: recommendations and history department at University of Alabama.
*Swint, Henry Lee
(33); 1933-56; re: graduate work, army service, segregation. and integration, teaching positions, politics, etc.
(33); <unitdate>1933-56;</unitdate> re: graduate work, army service, segregation. and integration, teaching positions, politics, etc.
*Sydnor, Charles S.
(9), 1937-50; re: SHA, recommendation to Social Science Research Council, historical writings on Southern yeomen, and appreciation for review.
(9), <unitdate>1937-50;</unitdate> re: SHA, recommendation to Social Science Research Council, historical writings on Southern yeomen, and appreciation for review.
Talman, James J.,
1941; re: writings in Southern history.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: writings in Southern history.
Tansill, Charles G.,
1946; re: book on Bayard.
<unitdate>1946;</unitdate> re: book on Bayard.
*Tate, Allen
(22), 1928-55; re: Who Owns America; agrarians, writings, Negro problem, speech at U. of A., etc.
(22), <unitdate>1928-55;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Who</emph> <emph render="underline">Owns</emph> <emph render="underline">America</emph>; agrarians, writings, Negro problem, speech at U. of A., etc.
ten Hoor, Martin
(19); 1948-56; re: decision to come to U. of A., Operation Bootstrap, discussion of successor as head of History Department, various Department problems, approval of leave.
(19); <unitdate>1948-56;</unitdate> re: decision to come to U. of A., Operation Bootstrap, discussion of successor as head of History Department, various Department problems, approval of leave.
Terry, Benjamin,
1919; re: recommendation.
<unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: recommendation.
Thach, Charles C.,
1913; re: letter of recommendation.
<unitdate>1913;</unitdate> re: letter of recommendation.
Thach, Harry S.,
1941; re: fellowship at Vanderbilt.
<unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: fellowship at Vanderbilt.
Thach, Mrs. Charles C.
(4), 1941; re: son Harry Thach.
(4), <unitdate>1941;</unitdate> re: son Harry Thach.
Thomas, Alfred H.,
1951; re: congratulations on promotion.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: congratulations on promotion.
Thomas, Dan H,
(2), 1934, 1953; re: teaching positions, writings, etc.
(2), <unitdate>1934, 1953;</unitdate> re: teaching positions, writings, etc.
Thomas, David,
1933; re: King Cotton Diplomacy.
<unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>.
Thompson, Brooks and Hariett,
1954-55; re: dissertation and teaching positions.
1954-55; re: dissertation and teaching positions.
Thompson, S. B.,
1937; re: teaching positions.
<unitdate>1937;</unitdate> re: teaching positions.
Thompson, Scerial,
1952, 1953; re: writings.
1952, <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: writings.
Thrasher, James D.,
1950: re: accident and failure to return to Graduate School.
1950: re: accident and failure to return to Graduate School.
Tidwell, R. E.,
1924; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1924;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Tilley, Nannie M.
(2), 1940, 1950; re: Barnsley papers and recommendations.
(2), <unitdate>1940, 1950;</unitdate> re: Barnsley papers and recommendations.
Todd, Herbert H.
(2), 1934-35; re: teaching positions, dissertation etc.
(2), <unitdate>1934-35;</unitdate> re: teaching positions, dissertation etc.
Todd, L. O.,
1954; re: writings.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: writings.
Toner, Ethel Fowlkes
(2), 1953; re: Colonial Dames recommendation regarding study of American History.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: Colonial Dames recommendation regarding study of American History.
Truett, Randle B.
(4), 1936-45; re: work with Department of Interior's National Park Service, etc.
(4), <unitdate>1936-45;</unitdate> re: work with Department of Interior's National Park Service, etc.
Tucker, William H.,
1953; re: historical research.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: historical research.
Turner, Hill,
1949; re: Plain Folk.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Tyler, Sue Ruffin (Mrs. Lyon G.)
(2), 1936; re: article for Tyler's Quarterly.
(2), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: article for <emph render="underline">Tyler's</emph> <emph render="underline">Quarterly</emph>.
Van Auken, Sheldon
(4), 1953; re: dissertation at Oxford.
(4), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: dissertation at Oxford.
*Vance, Rupert B.,
1935; re: agrarianism.
<unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: agrarianism.
Vandiver, Frank
(2), 1948, 1953; re: recommendation etc.
(2), <unitdate>1948, 1953;</unitdate> re: recommendation etc.
Van Sickle, John,
1943; re: reprint on economic structure.
<unitdate>1943;</unitdate> re: reprint on economic structure.
Venable Austin L.
(17), 1935-54; re: teaching positions.
(17), <unitdate>1935-54;</unitdate> re: teaching positions.
Vipond, Herbert E.,
1920; re: death of George.
<unitdate>1920;</unitdate> re: death of George.
Virginia History Committee (Mary D. Carter),
1936; re: work the the Committee enclosing letters of George B. McClellan, Charles W. Ramsdell, E. L. Masters, Claude G. Bowers, and Lloyd F. Wagner.
<unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: work the the Committee enclosing letters of George B. McClellan, Charles W. Ramsdell, E. L. Masters, Claude G. Bowers, and Lloyd F. Wagner.
Virginia Quarterly Review
(12), 1942-49; re: book reviews and other writings.
(12), <unitdate>1942-49;</unitdate> re: book reviews and other writings.
Volwiler, A. T.,
1934; re: speech on "Three American Crusades."
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: speech on "Three American Crusades."
*Wade, John Donald
(13), 1934-47; re: speech at University of Georgia, Georgia Review.
(13), <unitdate>1934-47;</unitdate> re: speech at University of Georgia, <emph render="underline">Georgia</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Walker, Curtis H.
(7), 1950-54; re: Eleanor of Aquitaine, Plain Folk, etc.
(7), <unitdate>1950-54;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">Eleanor</emph> <emph render="underline">of</emph> <emph render="underline">Aquitaine</emph>, <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>, etc.
Walker, Harry J., n.d.; re: address on WSM.
Wall, Bennett H.
(2), 1953; re: membership in SHA.
(2), <unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: membership in SHA.
Wallace, Mary Barbour,
1934; re: speech to Colonial Dames.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> re: speech to Colonial Dames.
Wallace, Sarah Agnes,
1950; re: review of Benjamin Horan.
<unitdate>1950;</unitdate> re: review of <emph render="underline">Benjamin</emph> <emph render="underline">Horan</emph>.
Waller, George M.,
1954; re: manuscript.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: manuscript.
Walser, Zeb V.,
1926; re: State Rights in the Confederacy.
<unitdate>1926;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">State</emph> <emph render="underline">Rights</emph> <emph render="underline">in</emph> <emph render="underline">the</emph> <emph render="underline">Confederacy</emph>.
*Walters, Bennett
(26), 1946-56; re: research, dissertation, W. T. Sherman, Emory and Henry, teaching positions, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Negroes, etc.
(26), <unitdate>1946-56;</unitdate> re: research, dissertation, W. T. Sherman, Emory and Henry, teaching positions, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Negroes, etc.
Watson, Elliott O.,
1934; 1935; re: graduate work.
<unitdate>1934;</unitdate> <unitdate>1935;</unitdate> re: graduate work.
*Warren, Robert Penn
(43); 1933-55; re: writings for Southern Review, literary criticism, poetry, etc.
(43); <unitdate>1933-55;</unitdate> re: writings for <emph render="underline">Southern</emph> <emph render="underline">Review</emph>, literary criticism, poetry, etc.
Weaver, Blanche Henry Clark
(3), n.d.; re: dissertation and other writings (numerous other letters to Harriet Owsley)
(3), n.d.; re: dissertation and other writings (numerous other letters to Harriet Owsley)
*Weaver, Herbert
(27); 1941-54; re: dissertation, armed services, land tenure studies attacked, publication of Mississippi Farmers, Air Force Historical Division.
(27); <unitdate>1941-54;</unitdate> re: dissertation, armed services, land tenure studies attacked, publication of <emph render="underline">Mississippi</emph> <emph render="underline">Farmers</emph>, Air Force Historical Division.
Weber, Bernerd C.,
1953; re: salary.
<unitdate>1953;</unitdate> re: salary.
Welker, Robert,
1952; re: visit.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: visit.
Wertenbaker, Thomas J.
(2), 1940-4l; re: reprints.
(2), <unitdate>1940-4l</unitdate>; re: reprints.
West, Richard S.
(6), 1942-44; re: King Cotton Diplomacy, writings, recommendations, Gideon Welles, reviews, etc.
(6), <unitdate>1942-44;</unitdate> re: <emph render="underline">King</emph> <emph render="underline">Cotton</emph> <emph render="underline">Diplomacy</emph>, writings, recommendations, <emph render="underline">Gideon</emph> <emph render="underline">Welles</emph>, reviews, etc.
Westwood House School,
1956; re: Margaret's attendance.
<unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: Margaret's attendance.
Wilber, Leon A.,
1954; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Wiley, Bell I.
(13), 1942-50; re: program of SHA, Fleming Lecturer, program for lectures, publication of Plain Folk, reviews, etc.
(13), <unitdate>1942-50;</unitdate> re: program of SHA, Fleming Lecturer, program for lectures, publication of <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>, reviews, etc.
Wilkerson, Marcus W.
(7), 1942-52; re: publication of Plain Folk.
(7), <unitdate>1942-52;</unitdate> re: publication of <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>.
Williams, Charlotte,
1941.
1941.
Williams, Clanton W.
(19), 1935-55; re: McGehees, graduate work, dissertation Air War College, Operation Bootstrap, University of Houston.
(19), <unitdate>1935-55;</unitdate> re: McGehees, graduate work, dissertation Air War College, Operation Bootstrap, University of Houston.
Williams, C. E.,
1949; re: summer school.
<unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: summer school.
Williams, Ernest G.,
1952; re: speech of No Yong Park.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: speech of No Yong Park.
Williams, Frank B.,
1951; re: grant-in-aid.
<unitdate>1951;</unitdate> re: grant-in-aid.
Williams, Ralph R.,
1954; re: teaching position.
<unitdate>1954;</unitdate> re: teaching position.
Williams, T. Harry,
1948; re: Fleming lectures.
<unitdate>1948;</unitdate> re: Fleming lectures.
Williams, William Appleman, n.d.; re: selection from King Cotton Diplomacy.
Windham, William T.
(5), 1952-55; re: dissertation, teaching positions.
(5), <unitdate>1952-55;</unitdate> re: dissertation, teaching positions.
Winn, Frederick G.
(2), 1951, 1952; re: doctoral dissertation on diplimatic history.
(2), <unitdate>1951, 1952;</unitdate> re: doctoral dissertation on diplimatic history.
*Winters, Curtis R.
(2), 1933; re: The Third Crusade and I'll Take My Stand, sectionalism.
(2), <unitdate>1933;</unitdate> re: The Third Crusade and <emph render="underline">I'll</emph> <emph render="underline">Take</emph> <emph render="underline">My</emph> <emph render="underline">Stand</emph>, sectionalism.
Wirth, Fremont P.
(3), 1950-54; re: writings and recommendations.
(3), <unitdate>1950-54;</unitdate> re: writings and recommendations.
Woodward, G. Vann
(2), 1940, 1952; re: program of S.H.A., fellowships at Johns Hopkins.
(2), <unitdate>1940, 1952;</unitdate> re: program of S.H.A., fellowships at Johns Hopkins.
Woody, Robert H.
(3), 1936-37; re: programs, writings, etc.
(3), <unitdate>1936-37;</unitdate> re: programs, writings, etc.
Wuorinen, John H.
(5), 1954-55; re: summer teaching at Columbia, writings, etc.
(5), <unitdate>1954-55;</unitdate> re: summer teaching at Columbia, writings, etc.
Yale Review
(5), 1935-40; re: writings for the Review.
(5), <unitdate>1935-40;</unitdate> re: writings for the <emph render="underline">Review</emph>.
Yates, Richard E. (Dick)
(13), 1936-49; re: teaching position, writings, Hendrix College, personal problems, dissertation on Vance.
(13), <unitdate>1936-49;</unitdate> re: teaching position, writings, Hendrix College, personal problems, dissertation on Vance.
*Young, Stark
(4), 1936; re: McGehee's, selection of writings, etc.
(4), <unitdate>1936;</unitdate> re: McGehee's, selection of writings, etc.
Younger, Edward,
1952; re: nominating committee of SHA.
<unitdate>1952;</unitdate> re: nominating committee of SHA.
ADDENDUM TO THE FRANK OWSLEY PAPERS (incoming correspondence)
BROCK, W.R.
(2) 1956; re: position at Selwyn College, Cambridge and accomodations for family in Cambridge
(2) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: position at Selwyn College, Cambridge and accomodations for family in Cambridge
CARR, S.H.
(1) 1956; re: accomodations in Cambridge
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: accomodations in Cambridge
CLARK, ADRIAN N., Vice-President of Van Nostrand
(2); re: Owsley's appraisal of a ms. and revision of a history book
(2); re: Owsley's appraisal of a ms. and revision of a history book
CLARK, ALDEN H., Vice-President of Henry Holt & Co.
(2) 1956; ret publication of history book
(2) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> ret publication of history book
COHEN, RUTH
(1) 1956; re: daughter's schooling in Cambridge
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: daughter's schooling in Cambridge
DENBO, BRUCE F., of Louisiana State U. Press
(1) 1949; re: Owsley's book Plain Folk
(1) <unitdate>1949;</unitdate> re: Owsley's book <emph render="underline">Plain</emph> <emph render="underline">Folk</emph>
FAIN, TYREE
(1) 1956; re: request for recommendation
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: request for recommendation
GOWER HERSCHEL
(4) 1955-1956; re: Fulbright recommendation, Agrarian news, house in Cambridge Owsley will rent
(4) <unitdate>1955-1956;</unitdate> re: Fulbright recommendation, Agrarian news, house in Cambridge Owsley will rent
JORDAN, BILL, former student
(3) 1956; re: congradulations on Fulbright and thank yours for Owsley's recommendations
(3) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: congradulations on Fulbright and thank yours for Owsley's recommendations
MOE, HENRY ALLEN
(1) 1956; re: request for Guggenheim applicants
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: request for Guggenheim applicants
MOORE, A.B.
(1) 1956 re: bill passing to create National Military Park
(1) <unitdate>1956</unitdate> re: bill passing to create National Military Park
MUMFORD, D.E.
(1) 1956; re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
MURRAY, A.R.
(1) 1956; re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
OWSLEY, HARRIET C,
(1) n.d. ; re: post card filling Owsley in on his mail
(1) n.d. ; re: post card filling Owsley in on his mail
PEACE, K.M.
(1) 1956: re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
(1) <unitdate>1956</unitdate>: re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
PETRIE, GEORGE
(1) 1919; re: recommendation on Owsley's behalf
(1) <unitdate>1919;</unitdate> re: recommendation on Owsley's behalf
RIPPA, SOL A.
(1) 1957; re: former student requests recommendation
(1) <unitdate>1957;</unitdate> re: former student requests recommendation
SCOTT, M.A.
9(1) 1956; re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
9(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: schooling for daughter in Cambridge
ROBINSON, RONALD
(2) 1955-1956; re: position at St. John's College
(2) <unitdate>1955-1956;</unitdate> re: position at St. John's College
TATE, ALLEN
(1) 1956; re: mentions probable divorce of Tate
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: mentions probable divorce of Tate
SNYDER, LOUIS L.
(1) 1956; re: about publication of history book
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: about publication of history book
TEN HOOR, MARTIN
(1) 1956; re: news from University of Alabama
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: news from University of Alabama
THISTLEWAITE, FRANK
(2) 1956-1957; re: housing in Cambridge, letter of sympathy to Mrs. Owsley on her husband's death
(2) <unitdate>1956-1957;</unitdate> re: housing in Cambridge, letter of sympathy to Mrs. Owsley on her husband's death
VANAUKEN,SHELDON
(2) 1956; re: VanAuken's thesis
(2) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: VanAuken's thesis
WALTERS, BENNETT
(1) 1955; re: Christmas letter
(1) <unitdate>1955;</unitdate> re: Christmas letter
WEINER, BERNARD
(1) 1956; re: thank you note
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: thank you note
YOUNG, FRANCES A.
(1) 1956; re: concerning Fulbright schlorships
(1) <unitdate>1956;</unitdate> re: concerning Fulbright schlorships
Title
Finding Aid for the Frank Lawrence Owsley Papers
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