Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard R. Breyer and Donald Davidson Correspondence Collection

Identifier: MSS.0573

The collection contains four letters, one typed and three handwritten, dated from 1945 to 1946. Two of the letters discuss military life in World War I and World War II. Also included is a discussion regarding the Vanderbilt University athletic program and the upcoming football season.

Dates: 1945 - 1948

Ruth P. Brown Collection

Identifier: MSS.0907
Scope and Content Note

The contents within this collection are three folders of Vanderbilt brochures, documents and correspondence from Brown’s time as a student.

Dates: 1971 - 1973

Margaret and Charles Buchanan Collection

Identifier: MSS.0060

The Margaret and Charles Buchanan Collection include an autograph album, a bound copy of the Vanderbilt Observer, newspaper clippings, reminiscences and various ephemera.

Dates: 1880 - 1942

Lawrence A. Goldsby Collection

 Collection — Artifact 1
Identifier: MSS.0173

Joseph P. Herzog Collection

Identifier: MSS.0208
Scope and Content Note

A series of Vanderbilt football clippings dating from 1899 to 1969 assembled by Joseph P. Herzog.

Dates: undated

Elmore Hudgins Collection

Identifier: MSS.0659

Clyde Lee Collection

Identifier: MSS.0763

Grantland Rice Papers

Identifier: MSS.0364
Scope and Content Note

The Papers of Grantland Rice (1905-1966) are comprised of 19.26 linear feet and include his Writings, Correspondence, Personal and Biographical Materials, Photographs, Subject Files, Souvenirs, and Memorabilia.

Dates: 1905 - 1966

Fred Russell Papers

Identifier: MSS.0376

Jerry W. Southwood Collection

Identifier: MSS.0553
Scope and Contents This collection contains 155 photographs, in 75 file folders, and one video-tape for the documentary “50 Years of Memorial Magic” relative to Men and Women’s Basketball played in Memorial Gymnasium at Vanderbilt University. The images represent formal team photographs, individual players, coaches, and action shots from selective games. The collection is arranged chronologically into three series: Series I contains formal men’s team photographs; Series...
Dates: 1948-1993

James D. Squires Papers

Identifier: MSS.0588

The James D. Squires (1943-) papers were donated to Vanderbilt University in 2005 and encompass his careers as a journalist and editor, as a political adviser, and as an author. The Nashville native graduated from Peabody College in 1966 and started his journalism career at the Tennessean.

Dates: Inclusive: 1955-2004; Bulk: 1981-2002; Majority of material found within 1981 - 2002

James E. Ward Papers

Identifier: MSS.0636
Scope and Contents Note This .21 linear foot collection spans the years from 1910-1980, with the bulk of the collection between the years 1923-1938. The James E. Ward Papers primarily document the 1923-1928 seasons of Vanderbilt football and key players during those seasons (Vanderbilt Football and University Materials Series). The Ward Papers also contain materials related to James Ward’s professional, collegiate, and personal activities and give a window into Nashville society...
Dates: 1910-1980


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