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Collection Number: 03466

Collection Title: Jonathan Daniels Papers, 1865-1982 (bulk 1935-1980)

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Size 94.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 63,000 items)
Abstract Jonathan Daniels (1902-1981) of Raleigh, N.C., editor of the Raleigh News and Observer and author of numerous historical and political books and articles. Daniels was also administrative assistant to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and worked in the Harry S. Truman administration. The collection contains correspondence, writings, notes, clippings, pictures, and other materials, chiefly 1935-1980, relating to Daniels's work in newspaper publishing, Democratic Party politics, and historical and political writing. Much material relates to writings about the South and race relations, including school integration. Correspondents include his father Josephus Daniels, Virginius Dabney, Ralph McGill, Mark McCloskey, Thad Stem, Barry Bingham, and David Lilienthal.
Creator Daniels, Jonathan, 1902-
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Jonathan Daniels Papers #3466, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Alternate Form of Material
Microfilm copy available.
  • Reel 1: Subseries 1.1. 1909-1932, Folders 1-11; Subseries 1.2. 1933-1934, Folders 12-17
  • Reel 2: 1935 fragments-February 1935, Folders 18a-28
  • Reel 3: March-April 1935, Folders 29-42
  • Reel 4: May-July 1935, Folders 43-57
  • Reel 5: August-November 1935, Folders 58-73
  • Reel 6: December 1935-February 1936, Folders 74-92
  • Reel 7: March-April 1936, Folders 93-107
  • Reel 8: May-August 1936, Folders 108-123
  • Reel 9: September-November 1936, Folders 124-137a
  • Reel 10: December 1936-December 1937, Folders 137b-152
  • Reel 11: 1938 undated-February 1938, Folders 153-168
  • Reel 12: March-May 1938, Folders 169-182
  • Reel 13: June-15 August 1938, Folders 183-201
  • Reel 14: 16 August-September 1938, Folders 202-215
  • Reel 15: October-November 1938, Folders 216-229
  • Reel 16: December 1938-22 January 1939, Folders 230-241
  • Reel 17: 23 January-8 March 1939, Folders 242-251
  • Reel 18: 9 March-May 1939, Folders 252-261
  • Reel 19: June-September 1939, Folders 262-271
  • Reel 20: October-December 1939, Folders 272-281a
  • Reel 21: January-February 1940, Folders 281b-291
  • Reel 22: March-April 1940, Folders 292-300
  • Reel 23: May-June 1940, Folders 301-311
  • Reel 24: July-21 August 1940, Folders 312-320
  • Reel 25: 22 August-October 1940, Folders 321-329
  • Reel 26: November 1940-18 January 1941, Folders 330-339
  • Reel 27: 19 January-March 1941, Folders 340-352
  • Reel 28: April-18 June 1941, Folders 353-364
  • Reel 29: 19 June-August 1941, Folders 365-378
  • Reel 30: September-7 October 1941, Folders 379-386
  • Reel 31: 8 October-14 November 1941, Folders 387-396
  • Reel 32: 15 November-1941 undated, Folders 397-406
Acquisitions Information
Received from Jonathan Daniels, 1960-1981; from the estate of Jonathan Daniels, 1982; and from C. B. Squire, 1985.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Jonathan Worth Daniels (26 April 1902-6 November 1981), editor and author, was born in Raleigh to Josephus and Addie Worth Bagley Daniels. Named for his maternal grandfather, Jonathan Worth, who was governor of North Carolina, he was the third son of the owner and editor of the Raleigh News and Observer. After attending Centennial School in Raleigh (1908-13), he moved to Washington, D.C., with his family in 1913 when his father became Secretary of the Navy. After studying there at John Eaton School (1913-15), and St. Albans School (1915-18), he continued his education at the University of North Carolina. He received a B.A. in 1921, and an M.A. in English the following year. As a student in Chapel Hill, he edited The Daily Tar Heel and participated in the Carolina Playmakers; during the summers he worked as a reporter for his father's newspaper.

After completing his studies at the University, Daniels briefly reported for the Louisville (Ky.) Times before studying law at Columbia University in 1922-23. Failing out of law school, he passed the North Carolina bar examination after an intensive summer course in Chapel Hill. He never practiced law. He returned to Raleigh in 1923 as a reporter and sports editor for the News and Observer; from 1925 to 1928 he served as the paper's correspondent from the nation's capital. In 1930 he moved to New York City to write for Fortune magazine. His novel Clash of Angels, published in the same year, brought him a year-long Guggenheim Fellowship in creative writing that allowed him to travel and write in France, Italy, and Switzerland during 1930-31. He resumed work on the staff of Fortune before rejoining the News and Observer in 1932 as associate editor. When Josephus Daniels became ambassador to Mexico in 1933, Jonathan Daniels assumed the editorship of the family's newspaper and held the post until 1942.

During the 1930s Daniels strongly supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, advocated equal treatment for Negroes, defended the rights of organized labor, and, as a result, gained a reputation as a Southern liberal. In The Mind of the South, W. J. Cash described Daniels as "sometimes waxing almost too uncritical in his eagerness to champion the underdog." While expressing his opinions on the News and Observer's editorial page, he also contributed scores of articles and reviews to national magazines and wrote A Southerner Discovers the South (1938), A Southerner Discovers New England (1940), and Tar Heels: A Portrait of North Carolina (1941). In 1940-42 his column, "A Native at Large," appeared weekly in the Nation.

Early in 1942 Daniels joined the war effort in Washington, D.C., as assistant director of the Office of Civilian Defense in charge of civilian mobilization. In the fall of 1942 he began special assignments for President Roosevelt, and in March 1943 the president appointed Daniels one of his six administrative assistants. His work for Roosevelt involved the Tennessee Valley Authority, wartime baseball overseas, the Rural Electrification Administration, and domestic race relations. In March 1945 Roosevelt named him his press secretary, and he continued in the position temporarily under President Harry S. Truman. Daniels campaigned with Truman in 1948 and wrote a biography of the president, The Man of Independence, in 1950.

Daniels moved back to Raleigh in the summer of 1945 and continued his writing. His Frontier on the Potomac (1946) recounted his wartime impressions and experiences. He assisted his father as the News and Oberver's executive editor in 1947 and succeeded to the editorship after Josephus Daniels's death the next year. Under his direction the newspaper followed a liberal editorial policy. Daniels supported W. Kerr Scott's gubernatorial candidacy in 1948 and, while Democratic national committeeman (1949-52), suggested in 1949 that Governor Scott name Frank P. Graham to the seat left vacant by the death of Senator J. Melville Broughton. In 1950 Daniels endorsed Senator Graham and worked for his campaign for reelection. During the 1950s he urged the South to accept school desegregation, and in 1956 he strenously opposed Governor Luther H. Hodges's program for the state's schools. As an editor and politician, Daniels was, according to the Charlotte Observer, not only "a graceful writer and tart social critic" but "also a force for progress in North Carolina," especially in race relations.

In addition to his editorials, Daniels in the postwar years wrote dozens of books and articles. The Time Between the Wars (1966) and Washington Quadrille (1968) first publicized Franklin D. Roosevelt's affair with Lucy Mercer Rutherford. His historical studies included three children's books and a biography of General Milton Littlefield in Prince of the Carpetbaggers (1958), an account of crusading editors in They Will Be Heard (1965), and Ordeal of Ambition: Jefferson, Hamilton, Burr (1970). White House Witness 1942-1945 (1975) covered his work for Roosevelt.

Daniels also devoted much time to public service. He represented the United States on the United Nations Subcommission for the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of Minorities (1947-53), was a member of the public advisory board of the Economic Cooperation Administration and the Mutual Security Agency (1948-53), and served on the Federal Hospital Council (1948-53). He also was a member of the board of trustees of Vassar College in th 1940s and of the United States Advisory Commission on Information in the 1960s.

In the 1960s Daniels began spending increasing time at his home in Hilton Head, S.C.; in 1970 he moved there. He helped establish the Hilton Head Island Packet and contributed a weekly column, "Sojourner's Scrapbook," to the paper.

Daniels was a lifelong loyal Democrat. He belonged to the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Raleigh and St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Hilton Head. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, the National Press Club, the Watauga Club, and the Century Club of New York.

On 5 September 1923 Daniels married Elizabeth Bridgers; they had one daughter, Elizabeth. His first wife died in December 1929. He married Lucy Billing Cathcart on 30 April 1932, and they had three daughters, Lucy, Adelaide, and Mary Cleves. His second wife died in January 1979. Daniels died in Hilton Head and was buried in Six Oaks Cemetery on the Island.

[Source: Charles W. Eagles, "Jonathan Daniels,"  Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, ed., William S. Powell, 3 vols. to date (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986), vol. 2: 12-13.]

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The collection contains correspondence, writings, notes, clippings, pictures, and other materials, chiefly 1935-1980, relating to North Carolina journalist, newspaper editor and author Jonathan Daniels's work in newspaper publishing, particularly of the News and Observer of Raleigh, N.C.; Democratic Party politics and work with the administrations of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman during World War II; historical writing; and political writing. Much material relates to writings about the South and race relations, including school integration. Correspondents include his father Josephus Daniels, Virginius Dabney, Ralph McGill, Mark McCloskey, Thad Stem, Barry Bingham, and David Lilienthal.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. General Files, 1909, 1915-1982.

About 58,200 items.

Professional and personal correspondence, along with some clippings and other material, of Jonathan Daniels, and a few other letters to and from Jonathan Daniels's wife Lucy Cathcart Daniels and his father Josephus Daniels. These files were established by Jonathan Daniels.

The largest part of the correspondence concerns Daniels's writings, especially his books. In this series there are many letters concerning the publication and promotion of Daniels's books. Most correspondence directly related to research and writing of the books is found with the drafts of the books in Series 2. There are also letters in Series 1 about Daniels's articles and speeches.

Other important continuing topics of correspondence are the operations of the News and Observer and the Raleigh Times, national and North Carolina politics, the South, race relations, World War II, Harry S. Truman, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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About 200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Chiefly personal correspondence. The earliest letter is one from Josephus Daniels to Jonathan on the occasion of Jonathan's seventh birthday. There are letters to and from friends during the years of Daniels's attendance at St. Albans School and at the University of North Carolina. During the 1920s, Jonathan's most frequent correspondent was Josephus Daniels, who wrote about family matters and about politics. Many letters in 1929 and 1930 concern the receipt of a Guggenheim fellowship. There are a few letters to and from Daniels while he was in Europe during his Guggenheim year. A letter from Franklin Roosevelt, 5 November 1931, asks Daniels to "keep your ear to the ground and let me know from time to time if you hear anything that you think I should know."

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1909, 1915-1917 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 1

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1918-1921 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 2

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1922-1923 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 3

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1924-1926 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 4

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1927-1928 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 5

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1929 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 6

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1930 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 7-9

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1931 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 10

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1932 #03466, Subseries: "1.1. Early Life, 1909, 1915-1932." Folder 11

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About 10,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence related to Daniels's work as editor of the News and Observer and to his books and other writings, as well as some other correspondence, including a few letters to and from Josephus Daniels and Lucy Cathcart Daniels. The Josephus Daniels letters that are not to or from Jonathan were apparently sent on to Jonathan for his information.

Notable here are letters from Josephus Daniels, United States Ambassador to Mexico, who wrote about family matters, the News and Observer, Jonathan's editorials, North Carolina politics and government, sales of liquor, his concern that FDR was tending to the right (1935), and occassionally about his own activities in Mexico, and about attacks on him by American Catholics for allegedly supporting anti-Catholic policies of the Mexican government. In the early 1930s there are many letters concerning book reviews for the News and Observer. Beginning in 1938, there are many letters concerning Jonathan Daniels's books, A Southerner Discovers the South (1938), A Southerner Discovers New England (1940), and Tar Heels (1941). Other recurring subjects of correspondence include race relations, North Carolina College for Negroes, tobacco legislation, utilities, auto accidents and insurance, United States Senator J.W. Bailey (mostly in 1935), the 1936 Democratic Convention, the Farm Security Administration, the Southern Policy Committee, TVA, the University of North Carolina, Josephus Daniels's Tar Heel Editor (1939), speculation on whether Josephus Daniels would run for the Senate in 1936.

A letter from Thomas Wolfe, 23 October 1936, describes Wolfe's feelings about Germany, politics, and FDR. Other notable correspondents include Walter White, Paul Green, W.T. Couch, P.H. Callahan, Clarence Poe, John Temple Graves, Virginius Dabney, Ellen Glasgow, Oswald Garrison Villard, E.M. Bernstein, C.C. Crittendon, Lucy R. Mason, Barry Bingham, Howard Odum, David Lilienthal, Grover C. Hall, Ralph McGill, and Frank P. Graham.

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1933 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 12-14

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1934 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 15-18a

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1935 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 18b-76

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1936 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 77-145

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1938 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 153-237

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1939 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 238-281a

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1940 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 281b-337

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1941 #03466, Subseries: "1.2. Editor, 1933-1941." Folder 338-406

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About 3,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Mostly correspondence and other material related to Daniels's work for the government in wartime Washington. Throughout the period there is correspondence concerning labor, race relations, the South, and Daniels's writings. Between February and September 1942, most correspondence concerns the organization and operation of the Civilian Mobilization Branch of the Office of Civilian Defense. The "Correspondence with Director Landis," filed at the end of 1942, also concerns the Office of Civilian Defense. In late 1942 and early 1943, correspondence deals with special assignments Daniels undertook for the president, especially some work relating to the congressional elections in 1942, an investigation of rich, young officers in Washington, and a study of the government's public relations efforts. In March 1943, Daniels's correspondence indicates that FDR had intended to appoint him as American minister to New Zealand, but Sen. J.W. Bailey of North Carolina opposed the nomination and prevented his confirmation.

During the remainder of 1943 and 1944, Daniels's correspondence reflected his projects as one of FDR's six administrative assistants. Major topics are the South in the war, American civilian personnel in foreign countries, the Office of War Information, the Rural Electrification Administration, post-war plans, opposition to FDR, rationing of newsprint, and the 1944 Presidential campaign. Folder 426a contains collected reports on racial tensions in 1943 and 1944. Letters of mid-to-late 1945, concern Daniels's plans upon leaving government and his return to Raleigh.

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1942 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 407-419a

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Correspondence with Director Landis #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 419b-419d

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Membership Lists #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 420-422

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Calendar, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 423

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Undated and Miscellaneous, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 424-425

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1943 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 426-452

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1944 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 453-492

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Estate Papers of Elizabeth Bridgers Daniels, 1929-1944 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 492a

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1945 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 493-517

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Press Conferences, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 518-520

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Undated, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "1.3. Wartime Washington, 1942-1945." Folder 521-522

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About 8,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence about Daniels's books, articles, speaking engagements, service on various boards, and other topics, and other material. In 1946, much of the correspondence concerns articles Daniels wrote and his book Frontier on the Potomac. In 1947, considerable correspondence begins regarding Daniels's service as United States representative on the United Nations Subcommission for the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of Minorities. Daniels's service in the late 1940s on the board of trustees of Vassar College, the boards of directors of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Foundation, the public advisory boards of the Economic Cooperation Administration and the Mutual Security Administration, and on the Federal Hospital Council, generated additional correspondence. Much of this is routine correspondence concerning arrangements for meetings and similar matters. Minutes of some meetings are also found here.

Correspondence about Daniels's political activities and interests appears at the time of the Democratic Convention, during the presidential campaign of 1948, when Daniels was selected Democratic Committeeman from North Carolina in 1949, and during the Graham-Smith Campaign of 1950. Letters in early May 1949 discuss whether Daniels would accept Truman's offer of the post of Secretary of the Navy. In 1949 and 1950, there is substantial correspondence regarding research for and publication of Daniels's biography of Harry S. Truman, The Man of Independence. Included are many letters from Harry S. Truman.

Other notable correspondents during this period include Josephus Daniels, Virginius Dabney, Jim Putnam, Carl Brandt, Will Alexander, Eben Ayers, Gerald Johnson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mark McCloskey, David Mearns, Struthers Burt, Archibald MacLeish, Carroll Kilpatrick, Howard Odum, David Lilienthal, John Temple Graves, and Paul Green.

Before 1947, incoming and outgoing correspondence is filed in straight chronological order. Beginning in March 1947, incoming letters are stapled to the back of the carbon copies of Daniels's replies, which are filed in chronological order.

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1946 #03466, Subseries: "1.4. Postwar Years, 1946-1950." Folder 523-548

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1947 #03466, Subseries: "1.4. Postwar Years, 1946-1950." Folder 549-605

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1949 #03466, Subseries: "1.4. Postwar Years, 1946-1950." Folder 610-673

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. 1951-1955.

About 12,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence concerning Daniels's writings, speaking engagements, organizational affiliations, the News and Observer, and other topics, family, and other material. Of particular interest in 1951 are reports from UNC on graduate and professional education for Negroes in North Carolina. In 1952, there is considerable correspondence concerning the Democratic party and the nomination of Adlai Stevenson. In 1953, notable correspondence concerns Daniels's research on the Wilson era. Especially interesting are his letters from John Blum, Arthur Link, and Bernard Baruch about Colonel Edward House's diaries in the Yale University Library.

Correspondence about Daniels's editorials in the News and Observer is found in these files. In 1954 and 1955, the issue of school segregation generated considerable correspondence. Correspondence about the News and Observer's purchase of the Raleigh Times appears in the 1955 files. There is also correspondence about the search for an editor for the Times and hiring of Mark Ethridge, Jr., for the job.

Prominent correspondents include John Temple Graves, Virginius Dabney, Mark McCloskey, David Mearns, Mark Ethridge, Barry Bingham, Clarence Poe, Eben Ayers, Frank Freidel, Pare Lorentz, Harold Ickes, David Lilienthal, Lister Hill, Estes Kefauver, Adlai Stevenson, Roy Stryker, Gerald Johnson, Bernard Baruch, Carroll Kilpatrick, Harry Truman, Howard Odum, Inglis Fletcher, Jessie Daniel Ames, Paul Green, Ralph McGill, Drew Pearson, Carl Sandburg, and Frank P. Graham.

Following files for 1955 are two folders of undated letters and miscellaneous items from any years through 1955.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.6. 1956-1960.

About 6,400 items.

Arrangement: by year, then alphabetical.

From 1956 through 1970, correspondence is arranged within each year alphabetically rather than chronologically. Some organizations or topics have separate folders. Correspondence with Daniels's literary agents, Brandt and Brandt, and with his publishers is usually filed separately after other correspondence for the year. Filing is not always consistent. Correspondence with Daniels's editor Lee Barker of Doubleday & Co., for example, may be filed under Barker, under Doubleday, or under the title of a specific book.

Throughout this period there is much correspondence, most of it routine, concerning the six books that Daniels published during these years. The first of these, The End of Innocence (1956), generated some correspondence concerning Josephus Daniels, Woodrow Wilson, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, most notably from Bernard Baruch. There is also correspondence about Daniels's three juvenile books on civil war figures and his book on General Milton Littlefield during Reconstruction. In addition, there is correspondence about a book Daniels wrote about the paper industry, The Forest Is the Future, for International Paper Company in 1957. In 1958, files holding material Daniels collected for a book on the years between World War I and World War II. In 1959 correspondence begins about the Natchez Trace, the subject of a later book.

Some correspondence during this period concerns the business of the News and Observer and the Raleigh Times. In particular there is considerable correspondence in 1956 concerning the News and Observer's new building. Some correspondence indicates dissatisfaction with the editor hired for the Raleigh Times.

Throughout the period there are letters concerning issues in North Carolina, such as consolidation of the University of North Carolina (1956-1957), the Henderson strike (1959), and the candidacy of I. Beverly Lake for governor (1960).

The national elections in 1956 and 1960 also generated limited correspondence. In 1960, Daniels drafted a speech for John F. Kennedy to give in North Carolina.

There are numerous notes from Harry S. Truman during these years, most thanking Daniels for copies of Daniels's books, some concerning various invitations to Truman to visit North Carolina.

Activities of Daniels family members appear especially in the letters of 1958 when Daniels's daughter Mary Cleves made her debut, daughter Lucy had a baby, and daughter Elizabeth published a book on palm reading. In 1956, Daniels's daughter Lucy had published a novel which generated considerable congratulation and discussion.

Major correspondents include Bernard Baruch, Erskine Caldwell, William Hassett, Carl Sandburg, Frank Porter Graham, David Mearns, Mark McCloskey, Henry Belk, Barry Bingham, Virginius Dabney, Hodding Carter, Bennett Cerf, Alistair Cooke, Gerald Johnson, Thad Stem, George Stevens, Adlai Stevenson, Harry Golden, Bowman Gray, Paul Green, Lyndon Johnson, Drew Pearson, and Norman Thomas.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.7. 1961-1965.

About 7,000 items.

Arrangement: by year, then alphabetical.

Correspondence about Daniels's books, the News and Observer, North Carolina politics, Josephus Daniels, and other topics, and other materials. As before, a large portion of the correspondence concerns Daniels's books in their various phases--proposal, research, writing, or publication. Daniels corresponded about, in addition to his published books, a novel that never reached publication. His daughter Lucy's second novel was the subject of some correspondence with publishers, agents, and friends.

Materials about the News and Observer continue. There are minutes of board meetings, correspondence about organizational problems, and correspondence about the need for an associate editor.

North Carolina issues addressed in the correspondence of these years include public television, the Lost Colony, consolidation of the University of North Carolina, the gubernatorial election of 1964 (in which the candidates were Dan Moore, Robert Scott, and I. Beverley Lake), tobacco, and the speaker ban law.

There is considerable correspondence during this period about Josephus Daniels. Most of this is between Jonathan Daniels and Joseph Morrison, who wrote a doctoral dissertation, and eventually a book, on Josephus Daniels. There is also correspondence with David Cronon about his editing Josephus Daniels's diaries for publication. Further correspondence concerns the commissioning and launching of a U. S. Navy ship to be named the Josephus Daniels.

Correspondence concerning Daniels's service on the U. S. Advisory Commission on Information begins in 1961 and continues until Daniels's resignation in May and President Kennedy's acceptance of his resignation in June 1962.

Beginning in 1962 and continuing through the period there is correspondence concerning Shaw University and Daniels's service as a trustee of Shaw.

A few letters in 1964 and 1965 give perceptions of President Lyndon Baines Johnson. There are several letters from Johnson, two letters from Lady Bird Johnson and three letters from Hubert Humphrey (1963, 1964, 1965). Most are brief. Some refer to Daniels's acquaintance with LBJ in Washington in the 1940s.

A number of letters came to Daniels from his friend Robert Alexander concerning Alexander's "war with the State Department" over his dismissal from his post in Iran.

Correspondence about building a house at Hilton Head in South Carolina begins in 1961. At the same time begins correspondence about collecting books on South Carolina, especially the Low Country, for the Danielses' library in the new house.

Prominent correspondents include Hodding Carter, Harold Cooley, Lambert Davis, John Ehle, Edwin Gill, Paul Green, Roy Stryker, Terry Sanford, Fant Thornley, Doris Betts, Aycock Brown, John Caldwell, Lodwick Hartley, Lyndon Johnson, Clarence Poe, Drew Pearson, Junius Scales, Charles Wade, Barry Bingham, Ralph McGill, Robert Alexander, Stewart Udall, Jessie Daniel Ames, Elizabeth Coker, Gerald Johnson, Hugh Morton, Henry Belk, Erskine Caldwell, Virginius Dabney, David Lilienthal, Pare Lorentz, Carroll Kilpatrick, Louis Round Wilson, and Derick Daniels.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.8. 1966-1970.

About 6,000 items.

Arrangement: by year, then alphabetical.

Correspondence and other materials related to Daniels's books, to his father, to the News and Observer, to Hilton Head, to national- and state-level political issues, and to other topics.

Publication in 1966 of Daniels's book Time Between the Wars generated correspondence about his revelation of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's long friendship with Lucy Mercer Rutherford as well as many letters of congratulation. The book attracted notice from historians, politicians, and friends of Daniels, including Hugo Black, Alistair Cooke, Virginius Dabney, Mark Ethridge, Frank Freidel, Harry Golden, Hubert Humphrey, Arthur Krock, Gerald Johnson, Henry Cabot Lodge, Allan Nevins, Drew Pearson, Samuel Rosenman, Thad Stem, Terry Sanford, and Wilson Wyatt.

In the files for 1967, there is correspondence concerning review and revision to avoid libel stemming from Daniels's book Washington Quadrille. This book also provoked comment from well-known figures, such as Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Harry S. Truman, Dean Acheson, Drew Pearson, and David Lilienthal.

Correspondence about work on a book on Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr begins in 1967 and continues until after publication of the book in 1970.

During these years, there is some correspondence about the possibility that Daniels would write a book on Adlai Stevenson. Truman Capote wrote to Daniels in January 1966 to say that he did not plan to write a book on Stevenson (filed under Stevenson book).

Correspondence about Josephus Daniels continues in this period. The majority of this is correspondence with Joseph Morrison about his biography of Josephus Daniels. In addition, there are newsletters and letters about the U. S. S. Josephus Daniels and correspondence about naming a building for Josephus Daniels at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Correspondence about the News and Observer is not extensive but it is significant. In 1968, it concerns the search for a successor to Daniels. In 1969, it concerns Sam Ragan's leaving and the hiring of Claude Sitton. In 1969 and 1970, there is correspondence to Daniels from Sitton about the News and Observer. In 1970, many letters concern Daniels's becoming editor emeritus of the News and Observer.

In the late 1960s, Daniels spent increasing time at Hilton Head and generated increasing correspondence about his friends there and about the development of Hilton Head. In 1968 files, there is a report on a U. S. Army Corps of Engineers plan to dredge and fill at Hilton Head.

Most correspondence about national politics appears in 1968 files. There are brief letters from Hubert Humphrey, mostly routine thanks for support in the campaign. A letter from President Lyndon Baines Johnson (4 Apr 68) thanked Daniels for his support. In 1967 (18 December), Washington news correspondent Carroll Kilpatrick wrote to Daniels about President Johnson.

In 1970, there is an exchange of letters with Paul Green about Vietnam. Few other letters mention this issue.

Letters about state political issues and personalities during these years include correspondence about tobacco legislation, about Daniels's resignation as a trustee of Shaw University, about Jesse Helms, and about Sam Ervin. A holograph letter from Governor Robert Scott, dated 6 January 1969, describes the night of his inauguration.

In response to a request from historian Richard Dalfiume, Daniels wrote a long letter (2 December 1966) explaining his work on race relations for Franklin Roosevelt during World War II.

In 1968, an honorary degree from Duke elicited letters of congratulation as well as letters of amused speculation on the reactions of Josephus Daniels and James Buchanan (Buck) Duke if they knew of this honor.

Major correspondents include Thad Stem, Lodwick Hartley, Paul Green, David Mearns, Joseph Morrison, Mark McCloskey, Ralph McGill, Truman Capote, Carroll Kilpatrick, Hubert Humphrey, Elizabeth Coker, Sam Ragan, Claude Sitton, Robert Alexander, Frank Porter Graham, Derick Daniels, Ralph McGill, Drew Pearson, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Charles Wade, Lenoir Chambers, Gordon Gray, W. W. Finlator, Harry Golden, Lyndon Johnson, Virginius Dabney, LeGette Blythe, William Friday, and Ed Yoder.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.9. 1971-1975.

About 2,500 items.

Arrangement: by month, then alphabetical.

For files beginning in 1971, there is one folder for each month. Within each monthly folder materials are filed alphabetically. At the end of each year there is a separate folder of correspondence with Daniels's agent, Brandt and Brandt and his publisher, Doubleday. At the end of 1974, there is also a folder of correspondence relating to Daniels's book The Gentlemanly Serpent, which was published by the University of South Carolina Press.

This subseries includes correspondence about Daniels's books and writings, about the News and Observer, about Hilton Head, about national politics, about North Carolina politics, about history, and about Daniels's personal life, and other materials. Correspondence about the problems of old age and ill health becomes significant in these years.

Some correspondence about Daniels's book Ordeal of Ambition, published in 1970, and reviews of it are in files of 1971. Some letters discuss Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr. In 1971, there is correspondence about Daniels's research for his book on the Randolph family and in 1972 there is correspondence about the book. The idea of editing his wartime diary for publication and the idea of collecting his columns for the Hilton Head Island Packet into a book generated correspondence beginning in 1973 and culminating in publication of Gentlemanly Serpent in 1974 and White House Witness in 1975.

During these years, when Daniels spent most of his time in Hilton Head (and indeed changed his citizenship from North Carolina to South Carolina in 1974), he corresponded frequently with his nephew Frank Daniels, Jr., and with Claude Sitton, and less frequently with brother Frank Daniels, Sr., and others, about the News and Observer. There is also correspondence about the Hilton Head Island Packet, a weekly newspaper founded by Daniels, his wife Lucy, and others. Daniels wrote a regular column for the Island Packet. The News and Observer's purchase of the Island Packet in 1973, occasioned correspondence. Besides correspondence about the Island Packet, there is additional correspondence about the growth and development of Hilton Head.

In 1972, the national election occasioned some correspondence about the possibility of Terry Sanford's running for the Presidency. Only a few letters address the Watergate scandal in 1973. Letters from Paul Green and Herbert O'Keef in late 1974 express dissatisfaction with President Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon.

Major correspondents include Virginius Dabney, Paul Green, Mark McCloskey, Claude Sitton, Thad Stem, Frank Freidel, Rod Cockshutt, Lodwick Hartley, Elizabeth Coker, Lon Dill, Barry Bingham, Carroll Kilpatrick, Samuel Rosenman, Lister Hill, Archibald MacLeish, Sam Ragan, Norman Cousins, David Lilienthal, Gabrielle deRohan Leake, Caroline Gordon Tate, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Erskine Caldwell, Anthony Buttitta, Willie Morris, Benjamin Sonnenberg, T. R. Waring, Willie Snow Ethridge, Julian Boyd, Gordon Gray, Roy Larsen, James Wood, Alfred Eisenstadt, J. T. Little, Noble Cathcart, and Robert McGowan.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.10. 1976-1982.

About 2,500 items.

Arrangement: by month, then alphabetical.

Correspondence about Daniels's writings, the writings of others, former presidents, politics, the News and Observer, the Island Packet, Hilton Head, the death of Lucy Cathcart Daniels, and other matters. In 1980 and 1981, there are very few outgoing letters. A folder of undated material contains an unsigned note in Harry S. Truman's hand detailing his military service. The last folder contains letters of condolence to Frank Daniels and to Elizabeth Daniels Squire following Jonathan Daniels's death.

In 1976 files, there are some letters to Daniels about his book White House Witness. In 1977, Daniels wrote to his agent Carol Brandt and his editor, Kate Medina of Doubleday, proposing to write a memoir. He then began to collect material for the memoir. For example, he wrote to Jody Powell, press secretary to Jimmy Carter, asking how to get a copy of his file from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The material Daniels eventually received from the F. B. I. is filed in Subseries 3.2. "Clippings and Other Materials about Jonathan Daniels."

During these years, there are letters Daniels wrote to friends and acquaintances about books they had published or planned to publish--to Tony Buttitta about a novel he planned, to Virginius Dabney about his book on Richmond and his books on Jefferson, to David Lilienthal about publication of Lilienthal's journal, to Boynton Merrill about his book Jefferson's Nephews, to Elizabeth Coker about her novel Blood Red Rose, to Scott Berg disagreeing with his account of a meeting between Max Perkins and Thomas Wolfe described in Berg's biography of Perkins.

A number of letters discuss Daniels's memories of former presidents of the United States. Daniels wrote to Robert Gottlieb, president of Alfred A. Knopf, 26 March 76, that Lyndon Johnson was the model for the congressman in Daniels's book Frontier on the Potomac and that there was also material about LBJ in White House Witness. He wrote to Daniel Yergin in 1976 about Truman and Byrnes. Gabrielle de Rohan Leake wrote to Daniels in 1976 about FDR and he wrote to her in 1977 (16 March) about the distortions he saw in the television show Eleanor and Franklin. Daniels also wrote to Dr. Alfons Lammers in 1978 about FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt, as well as about his work for FDR and about Walter White.

The presidential races of 1976 and 1980 were the subject of some correspondence. Terry Sanford wrote to Daniels about his withdrawal from the race in 1976 and Daniels responded (16 March 76) with his thoughts on the system of selecting nominees and on Sanford's future. Claude Sitton wrote (22 July 1976) about the Democratic convention. Daniels wrote to Robert Strauss (29 August 1976) suggesting some remarks for Carter.

Correspondence, financial statements, and minutes of meetings related to the News and Observer are filed under "Daniels" because most were sent by Frank Daniels, Jr. Jonathan Daniels also corresponded with Frank Daniels about the Hilton Head Island Packet and the Beaufort Gazette, both of which had been bought by the News and Observer.

Letters about Hilton Head and Daniels's views of his neighbors there appear in these years' files. There is also material in 1980 regarding the case of Butler vs. Sea Pines Plantation, which had to do with land use and preservation of open space.

Major correspondents include Anthony Buttitta, Virginius Dabney, Paul Green, Lodwick Hartley, Garland Porter, Sam Ragan, Terry Sanford, James Wood, Gabrielle deRohan Leake, Robert McGowan, Claude Sitton, Thad Stem, Virginia and Erskine Caldwell, Derick Daniels, David Lilienthal, J. T. Little, George Stevens, T. R. Waring, Peter Bagley, Bruce Bliven, Elizabeth Coker, Lenox Cooper, Lon Dill, Edwin Gill, Rexford Tugwell, Charles Wade, Alistair Cooke, Carroll Kilpatrick, Noble Cathcart, Dick Dillon, John Jakes, Turner Catledge, Barry Bingham, Herbert O'Keef, and Tom Wicker.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Writings, 1874, 1903-1981.

About 6,400 items.

This series is arranged in four series, some further divided into subseries.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975.

About 3,850 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title of work.

Drafts of Daniels's published books along with research notes and correspondence related to the books as well as reviews of some books. Note that additional correspondence related to some of Daniels's books is in Series 1, General Files. For the most part, the correspondence filed in this subseries concerns the content of the books whereas the book-related correspondence in Series 1 concerns the business of writing and publishing the books.

Research material for Man of Independence (1952) includes Daniels's notes on interviews with Harry Truman and associates of Truman. A draft of The Man of Independence has marginal comments by Harry S. Truman.

Materials for Prince of Carpetbaggers include a folder (8 items) of correspondence, 1874-1930, of General Milton Littlefield.

Research material and correspondence about Washington Quadrille contain many letters and interviews about the relationship between Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Lucy Mercer Rutherford. In The Time Between the Wars correspondence (folder 2104) is an exchange of letters between Daniels and Anna Roosevelt Halsted (Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's daughter) about publication of the story of the friendship between Franklin Roosevelt and Lucy Mercer Rutherford.

Correspondence and research material for Daniels's White House Witness includes letters from Lister Hill, C. B. (Beanie) Baldwin, Frank Freidel, David Lilienthal, Philleo Nash, Robert C. Weaver, David Mearns, Paul Porter, Benjamin Sonnenberg, and Rexford Tugwell, among others.

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Devil's Backbone: The Story of the Natchez Trace (1962): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1965-1967

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Devil's Backbone: The Story of the Natchez Trace (1962): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1968-1973

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Devil's Backbone: The Story of the Natchez Trace (1962): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1974-1982

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End of Innocence (1956): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1983-1987

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End of Innocence (1956): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1988

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The Forest is the Future (1957): Draft #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1989

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Gentlemanly Serpent (1974): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1990-1992

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Gentlemanly Serpent (1974): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1993

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Man of Independence (1952): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1994-1997

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Man of Independence (1952): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 1998-2001

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Mosby: Gray Ghost of the Confederacy (1959): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2002-2003

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October Recollections (1960): Draft and Notes #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2004

See also T-3466/6.

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Ordeal of Ambition (1970): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2005-2010

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Ordeal of Ambition (1970): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2011-2014

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Ordeal of Ambition (1970): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2036

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The Prince of Carpetbaggers (1958): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2037-2039

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The Prince of Carpetbaggers (1958): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2040-2046

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The Prince of Carpetbaggers (1958): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2047-2058

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The Prince of Carpetbaggers (1958): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2059

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The Prince of Carpetbaggers (1958): Publicity Material #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2060

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Randolphs of Virginia (1972): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2061-2063

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Folder 2068

Folder 2069

Randolphs of Virginia (1972): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2064-2069

Folder 2070-2077

Folder 2070

Folder 2071

Folder 2072

Folder 2073

Folder 2074

Folder 2075

Folder 2076

Folder 2077

Randolphs of Virginia (1972): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2070-2077

Folder 2078-2079

Folder 2078

Folder 2079

Randolphs of Virginia (1972): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2078-2079

Folder 2080-2082

Folder 2080

Folder 2081

Folder 2082

Robert E. Lee (1960): Draft #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2080-2082

Folder 2083-2085

Folder 2083

Folder 2084

Folder 2085

A Southerner Discovers New England (1940): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2083-2085

Folder 2086-2087

Folder 2086

Folder 2087

A Southerner Discovers New England (1940): Draft #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2086-2087

Folder 2088

A Southerner Discovers New England (1940): Transcript #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2088

Interview of Daniels by Vesta Eales, CBS radio, 25 May 1940.

Folder 2088a

A Southerner Discovers New England (1940): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2088a

Includes scrapbook (SV-3466/4, formerly S-1).

See also P-3466/370-371; 429-431.

Folder 2089a

A Southerner Discovers the South (1938, 1969): Notes made on tour in May-June 1937 #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2089a

Handwritten original.

Folder 2089b

A Southerner Discovers the South (1938, 1969): Notes made on tour #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2089b

Typed transcription.

Folder 2089c

A Southerner Discovers the South (1938m 1969): Clippings about the book, map ("Route of the Journey"), introduction for 1969 reprint #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2089c

Includes scrapbook (SV-3466/1, formerly OP-3466/24).

See also P-3466/372.

Folder 2090

Stonewall Jackson (1959): Draft #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2090

Folder 2091

Tar Heels (1941): Excerpt #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2091

Folder 2092

They Will Be Heard (1965): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2092

Folder 2093a-b

They Will Be Heard (1965): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2093a-b

Folder 2094-2103

Folder 2094

Folder 2095

Folder 2096

Folder 2097

Folder 2098

Folder 2099

Folder 2100

Folder 2101

Folder 2102

Folder 2103

They Will Be Heard (1965): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2094-2103

Folder 2104

Time Between the Wars (1966): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2104

Folder 2105-2107

Folder 2105

Folder 2106

Folder 2107

Time Between the Wars (1966): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2105-2107

Folder 2108-2122

Folder 2108

Folder 2109

Folder 2110

Folder 2111

Folder 2112

Folder 2113

Folder 2114

Folder 2115

Folder 2116

Folder 2117

Folder 2118

Folder 2119

Folder 2120

Folder 2121

Folder 2122

Time Between the Wars (1966): Draft #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2108-2122

Folder 2123

Time Between the Wars (1966): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2123

Includes scrapbook (SV-3466/2, formerly OP-3466/25).

Folder 2124-2129

Folder 2124

Folder 2125

Folder 2126

Folder 2127

Folder 2128

Folder 2129

Washington Quadrille (1968): Correspondence #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2124-2129

Folder 2130-2146

Folder 2130

Folder 2131

Folder 2132

Folder 2133

Folder 2134

Folder 2135

Folder 2136

Folder 2137

Folder 2138

Folder 2139

Folder 2140

Folder 2141

Folder 2142

Folder 2143

Folder 2144

Folder 2145

Folder 2146

Washington Quadrille (1968): Research #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2130-2146

Folder 2147-2166

Folder 2147

Folder 2148

Folder 2149

Folder 2150

Folder 2151

Folder 2152

Folder 2153

Folder 2154

Folder 2155

Folder 2156

Folder 2157

Folder 2158

Folder 2159

Folder 2160

Folder 2161

Folder 2162

Folder 2163

Folder 2164

Folder 2165

Folder 2166

Washington Quadrille (1968): Drafts #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2147-2166

Folder 2166 contains photos used in the book.

Folder 2167

Washington Quadrille (1968): Reviews #03466, Subseries: "2.1.1. Published, 1874, 1938-1975." Folder 2167

Includes scrapbook (SV-3466/3, formerly OP-3466/26).

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1.2. Unpublished, 1922-1959.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Speeches and Shorter Writings.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975.

About 150 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Speeches by Daniels, and, in some cases, notes and correspondence relating to them. As indicated by the following folder list, topics an occasions varied widely.

Folder 2197

North Carolina Social Science Conference, 5 May 1935 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2197

Folder 2198

"James K. Polk: A Typical North Carolinian Becomes President," 20 May 1938 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2198

Folder 2199

Commencement at Auburn University, 19 August 1938 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2199

Folder 2200

"Democracy is Bread," 1938 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2200

Folder 2201

Miscellaneous Speeches, 1939 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2201

Folder 2202

Annual Conference of Community Chests and Councils, Inc., 5 June 1940 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2202

Folder 2203

League for Industrial Democracy, 28 November 1940 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2203

Folder 2204

New England Council, 1940 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2204

Folder 2205

National Conference of Social Work, 1941 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2205

Folder 2206

D.C. Civilian Mobilization Committee, 26 February 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2206

Folder 2207

Alabama Conference of Social Work, 12 March 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2207

Folder 2208

"America Fights," 13 March 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2208

Folder 2209

Town Hall, 16 March 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2209

Folder 2210

Ohio State University, 26 March 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2210

Folder 2211

Regional Office of Office of Civilian Defense, 1 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2211

Folder 2212

"Child Welfare and Civilian Defense," 6 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2212

Folder 2213

National Conference of Social Work, 11 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2213

Folder 2214

"To be an American," 17 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2214

Folder 2215

Speeches given at Chapel Hill, 23 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2215

Folder 2216

"Health and Socal Welfare in Wartime," 5 June 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2216

Folder 2217

"The People's War," 7 June 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2217

Folder 2218

"South and the War," 13 June 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2218

Folder 2219

"An Army of the People," 15 June 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2219

Folder 2220

"Role of Volunteer Workers in Wartime Community Service," 6 July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2220

Folder 2221

Southern Win-the-War Mass Meeting, 14 July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2221

Folder 2222

"The Civilian Front in Wartime," 18 July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2222

Folder 2223

National Association of Secretaries of State, 16 July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2223

Folder 2224

Tri-State Labor in the War Conference, 23 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2224

Folder 2225

International Convention of Lion's Club, 22 July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2225

Folder 2226

Speech at Atlanta, Ga., 1 May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2226

Folder 2227

"Federalism and State's Rights," 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2227

Folder 2228

Audience and Title Unknown, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2228

Folder 2229

"An American Editor Studies America's Problems," 22 January 1943 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2229

Folder 2230

United Nations Film Festival Series, 7 April 1943 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2230

Folder 2231

"America's Town Meeting of the Air," 11 May 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2231

Folder 2232

Commencement at Ashley Hall, June 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2232

Folder 2233

Vassar Political Association, 13 October 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2233

Folder 2234

Liberal Forum, 24 October 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2234

Folder 2235

National Farmers Union, 22 November 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2235

Folder 2236

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2236

Folder 2236a

Audience and Title Unknown, 1944 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2236a

Folder 2237

Civilian Defense, 1942-1945 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2237

Folder 2238

Curran Theatre, 14 January 1946 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2238

Folder 2239

Civitan and Rotary Clubs of Wadesboro, N.C., 9 September 1946 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2239

Folder 2240

"Danger to the Daisy Chain," Vassar College, 1946 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2240

Folder 2241

"What About the South?," January 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2241

Folder 2242

North Carolina Education Association, 28 March 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2242

Folder 2243

"The Roosevelt Faith", composed by Jonathan Daniels, delivered by Josephus Daniels, 25 June 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2243

Folder 2244

Speech at Richmond, Va., 20 May 1948 (also dated 20 May 1951) #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2244

Folder 2245

Guilford College Commencement, 31 May 1948 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2245

Folder 2246

Democratic Party Rally, February 1949 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2246

Folder 2247

Tobacco Workers Union of America, 14 May 1949 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2247

Folder 2248

Forsyth Company Young Democrats, 3 November 1949 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2248

Folder 2249

Washington and Lee University, 1940s #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2249

Folder 2250

"Have the New Deal and Fair Deal Hurt or Helped America," with John Temple Graves, 8 January 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2250

Folder 2251

Georgia Press Institute, 23 February 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2251

Folder 2252

Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, 9 April 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2252

Folder 2253

University of Virginia Founder's Day, 13 April 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2253

Folder 2254

Address to Physicians, 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2254

Folder 2255

Phi Beta Kappa, 13 December 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2255

Folder 2256

Speech at "Town Hall," 30 December 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2256

Folder 2257

George School, Pa., 1952 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2257

Folder 2258

Hillman Foundation, 10 June 1953 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2258

Folder 2259

University of Illinois, 2 December 1953 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2259

Folder 2260

Rollins College, 21 February 1954 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2260

Folder 2261

Urban League of New York, 1954 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2261

Folder 2262

Dialectic Senate of UNC, 5 October 1954 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2262

Folder 2263

To English Instructors, 1954 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2263

Folder 2265

Conference on Responsible Leadership in Democracy, 10 March 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2265

Folder 2266

National Intercollegiate Conference on Selectivity and Discrimination, 27 March 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2266

Folder 2267

American Society of Newspaper Editors, 21 April 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2267

Folder 2268

American Library Association, 8 July 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2268

Folder 2269

Subcommittee on Water Resources and Power, 29 September 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2269

Folder 2270

Dialectic Senate of the University of North Carolina, 5 October 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2270

Folder 2271

Coker College Literary Festival, 7 October 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2271

Folder 2272

University of Kentucky, 28 October 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2272

Folder 2273

Address: University of Chicago, "Wilson, Politician and Statesman," 1 February 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2273

Folder 2274

Address: Library of Congress, "The Long Shadow of Woodrow Wilson," 14 March 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2274

Folder 2275

"Wilson, Politician and Statesman," 26 April 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2275

Folder 2276

Address: Mars Hill, 12 May 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2276

Folder 2277

Address: Commencement, Coan High School, Wilson, N.C., 1 June 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2277

Folder 2278

Address: Maryland State Conference Social Welfare - Baltimore, 7 June 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2278

Folder 2279

Address: Trenton, N.J., Dedication of Memorial Plaque to Woodrow Wilson, 14 Novemeber 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2279

Folder 2280

Mars Hill, 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2280

Folder 2281

Address: North Carolina Press Association Mech. Conf., 30 March 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2281

Folder 2282

Address: FDR Memorial, Warm Springs Foundation, 12 April 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2282

Folder 2283

Address: St. Paul's Church, Richmond, 27 November 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2283

Folder 2284

Address: Shaw University, 13 December 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2284

Folder 2285

Address: Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association, Atlanta, Ga., 15 January 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2285

Folder 2286

UNC Symposium on Public Affairs, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 March 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2286

Folder 2287

Before Eastern Dist. NCEA, Kinston, 17 October 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2287

Folder 2288

Wake County Historical Society, Raleigh, 18 November 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2288

Folder 2289

Forest Tree Planting Conference, Goldsboro, 20 November 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2289

Folder 2290

Chautaugua, N.Y., 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2290

Folder 2291

Civil War Round Table of New York, 13 January 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2291

Folder 2292a

Temple Emanuel Brotherhood, Greensboro, 20 February 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2292a

Folder 2292b

Southern Historical Association, Atlanta, 12 November 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2292b

Folder 2293

Article: "Statement" re. Radio and TV, 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2293

Folder 2294

North Carolina Press Women, 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2294

Folder 2295

Southeastern Library Association, 14 October 1960 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2295

Folder 2296

Virginia School Librarians, 4 November 1960 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2296

Folder 2297

"Thomas Wolfe," 14 October 1960 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2297

Folder 2298

News and Observer Stockholders, 1 January 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2298

Folder 2299

Circulation Managers of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, 9 October 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2299

Folder 2300

Old Salem, 23 May 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2300

Folder 2301

Democratic Women of Forsyth County, 6 March 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2301

Folder 2302

Goldsboro Speech (Southern Newspaper Publishers Association), 28 April 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2302

Folder 2303

Commemorating the 350th Anniversary of John Rolfe's First Tobacco Crop, 16 May 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2303

Folder 2304

Jamestown, 17 May 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2304

Folder 2305

Corning Glass, August 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2305

Folder 2306

To Mississippi Library Association: "Mississippi Revisited," 26 October 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2306

Folder 2307

Old Salem, November 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2307

Folder 2308

Raleigh Civitan Club, 17 January 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2308

Folder 2309

Raney, Olivia Raney Library Dedication, January 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2309

Folder 2310

Treenoille: Voice of America Relay Station Dedication Speech, 8 February 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2310

Folder 2311

Speech to Gordon Foods Company, 17 April 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2311

Folder 2312

Hilton Head Island Historical Society, 16 September 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2312

Folder 2313

Society of American Archivists and American Association of State and Local History, 2 October 1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2313

Folder 2314

Chamber of Commerce, 16 April 1964 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2314

Folder 2315

NCDA Convention, Wrightsville Beach, 23-25 July 1964 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2315

Folder 2316

Scheffelin Comp., November 1964 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2316

Folder 2317

Rockwell Industries, 15 July 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2317

Folder 2318

Athey Products, September 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2318

Folder 2319

IBM Luncheon, September 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2319

Folder 2320

National Conference of Editorial Writers, Buffalo, N.Y., 7 October 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2320

Folder 2321

Veeder Root Luncheon, 2 November 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2321

Folder 2322

Georgia Writers' Conference, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2322

Folder 2323

ANPA Staffer Award, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2323

Folder 2324

Mallinckrodt Luncheon, 26 January 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2324

Folder 2325

Stephenson, 30 April 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2325

Folder 2326

Crown Zellerbach Luncheon, 1 November 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2326

Folder 2327

Charlotte Writers Forum, 22 November 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2327

Folder 2328

Beaunit Luncheon, 5 December 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2328

Folder 2329

Dinner in Honor of David C. Mearns, 16 December 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2329

Folder 2330

NC State University, RE: Friends of the Library, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2330

Folder 2331

Smith Clyde: Farewell Dinner, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2331

Folder 2332

SREB Meeting, 11 June 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2332

Folder 2333

News and Observer Staff Meeting, 1 July 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2333

Folder 2334

Sitton, Claude, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2334

Folder 2335

Staffer Award, 8 May 1969 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2335

Folder 2336

Hilton Head Rotary, 23 January 1969 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2336

Folder 2337

Hilton Head Elementary School, 1969 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2337

Folder 2338

Burroughs-Welcome Luncheon, 17 September 1970 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2338

Folder 2339

Becton, Dickinson, 27 May 1971 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2339

Folder 2340

S.C. Library Association, 8 October 1971 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2340

Folder 2341

Journalism Group, 26 August 1972 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2341

Folder 2342

Book and Author Luncheon, 1 February 1973 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2342

Folder 2343

National Editorial Writers Conference, 20 October 1976 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2343

Folder 2344

Dedication of Hilton Head Elementary School, 18 November 1976 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2344

Folder 2345

Miscellaneous and Undated Speeches, 1976 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.1. Speeches, 1935-1975." Folder 2345

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About 125 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title or subject.

Published or unpublished essays and articles by Daniels. Some shorter essays and articles are filed in Subseries 2.1.6, Other Shorter Writing.

Folder 2346

"America's Chief Vice" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2346

Folder 2347

"American Antaeus,"  Pembroke Magazine, March 1978 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2347

Folder 2348

"Back to Passaquoddy" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2348

Folder 2349

"Bailey, Mirabeau" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2349

Folder 2350

"Banner on a Yardstick" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2350

Folder 2351

"Blueprint as Bottleneck" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2351

Folder 2352

"Branch, Nancy: Account of Sherman's visit to Raleigh," 6 September 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2352

Folder 2353

"Cabal" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2353

Folder 2354

"Caldwell, Erskine,"  Town & Country Magazine, 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2354

Folder 2355

"Capehart, Homer E." #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2355

Folder 2356

"Capitalism in the South" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2356

Folder 2357

"Carpetbagging North" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2357

Folder 2358

"Charleston, South Carolina" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2358

Folder 2359

"Child Care Centers," 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2359

Folder 2360

"City for the Atomic Age" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2360

Folder 2361

"Civilian Mobilization,"  Survey Graphic, 22 June 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2361

Folder 2362

"Civilian Morale,"  The Volunteer, May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2362

Folder 2363

Condominium Article and Poem, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2363

Folder 2364

Daniels, Frank A.: Dictionary of North Carolina Biography #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2364

Folder 2365

"Davis, Charles and Ellen,"  McCall's, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2365

Folder 2366

Debutante Ball #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2366

Folder 2367

"Democratic Party Allegiance,"  Young Democrats' Magazine, 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2367

Folder 2368

"Democracy is Bread," for Virginia Quarterly Review, August 1938 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2368

Folder 2369

"DeVoto,"  Harpers #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2369

Folder 2370

"Discovering the South,"  Southern Association Quarterly, August 1939 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2370

Folder 2371

"Duke, James Buchanan,"  This Week Magazine, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2371

Folder 2372

"Edison, Thomas Alva" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2372

Folder 2373

"Education for Everybody" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2373

Folder 2374

Encyclopedia Britannica, articles, 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2374

Folder 2375

"F.D.R. Was Not as Careful as His Protectors,"  Life, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2375

Folder 2376

"The Fifth Year,"  Christian Herald, August 1958 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2376

Folder 2377

"First Lady of Defense" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2377

Folder 2378

"Forestry Industry" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2378

Folder 2379

"Government Personnel" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2379

Folder 2380

Hanna, Mark A. #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2380

Folder 2381

"Haywood, Marshall DeLancey" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2381

Folder 2382

"Hill, Dr. Reuben: family life,"  McCall's #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2382

Folder 2383

"The Hour of Elation," from The Nation Year Book, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2383

Folder 2384

"I am a Bureaucrat,"  Atlantic Monthly, November 1943 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2384

Folder 2385

"I'm Old and I'm Glad,"  Saturday Evening Post, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2385

Folder 2386

"In Home Towns Everywhere,"  Survey Midmonthly, July 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2386

Folder 2387

"In the Crusading Tradition,"  Saturday Review, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2387

Folder 2388

"Juke in the Steeple" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2388

Folder 2389

"Jefferson, Apostle of Democracy" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2389

Folder 2390

"Josephus Daniels in Mexico" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2390

Folder 2391

Koch, Frederick #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2391

Folder 2392

"The Korean War,"  Time Magazine, 1952 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2392

Folder 2393

"Kentucky" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2393

Folder 2394

"Lee, Robert E.,"  The Fauquier Democrat, 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2394

Folder 2395

"Lee, Robert E.," 1960-1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2395

Folder 2396

"Letter to a Man in Maine,"  Bangor Daily News, 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2396

Folder 2397

"The Long Shadow of Woodrow Wilson,"  Virginia Quarterly Review, Fall 1956 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2397

Folder 2398

"MacLeish, Archibald," July 1957 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2398

Folder 2399-2400

Folder 2399

Folder 2400

"Meyner, Gov. Robert Baumle,"  Life #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2399-2400

Folder 2401

"Natchez Trace Article,"  National Geographic, 1962-1963 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2401

Folder 2402

"A Native at Large,"  The Nation, 1940-1941 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2402

Folder 2403

"Never Alone at Last," for American Heritage Publishing Company, 1962 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2403

Folder 2404-2406

Folder 2404

Folder 2405

Folder 2406

"The New South Once More,"  Harpers, 1964-1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2404-2406

Folder 2407

"North Carolina,"  Holiday Magazine, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2407

Folder 2408

North Carolina #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2408

Folder 2409

North Carolina Health Campaign, 1946-1947 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2409

Folder 2410

North Carolina in the 1950s #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2410

Folder 2411

"The Nuisance and Disturber" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2411

Folder 2412

Old Age, for Saturday Evening Post, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2412

Folder 2413-2414

Folder 2413

Folder 2414

Old Age, for Saturday Evening Post, 1967 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2413-2414

Folder 2415

"The People Who Run America" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2415

Folder 2416

Personal Beliefs #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2416

Folder 2417

Poll Taxes #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2417

Folder 2418

"Pride and Protest," Change in the South, 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2418

Folder 2419

"Promoting North Carolina" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2419

Folder 2420

"Raleigh, N.C." #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2420

Folder 2421

Raleigh, N.C. and World War II #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2421

Folder 2422

Research Triangle, Chamber of Commerce, July 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2422

Folder 2423-2432

Folder 2423

Folder 2424

Folder 2425

Folder 2426

Folder 2427

Folder 2428

Folder 2429

Folder 2430

Folder 2431

Folder 2432

Folder number not used #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2423-2432

Folder 2433

"Reunion on the Potomac" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2433

Folder 2434

"Roosevelt, Franklin D.,"  Holiday, 1949 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2434

Folder 2435

"Roosevelt, Franklin D., Death,"  The New York Times, 12 April 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2435

Folder 2436

"Segregation,"  Virginia Quarterly Review, 1955 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2436

Folder 2437

Soap to Architecture #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2437

Folder 2438

"Soldier's Benefits in World War II" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2438

Folder 2439

"The South" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2439

Folder 2440

"The South,"  Think, 1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2440

Folder 2441

"South in the Depression" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2441

Folder 2442

"Southern Liberals" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2442

Folder 2442a

"Southern Press Considers the Constitution," 1936 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2442a

Folder 2443

"Southern Rebels 1947 Version" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2443

Folder 2444

"Tax Privileges" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2444

Folder 2445

"Taxes: Forum Article" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2445

Folder 2446

"Teachers in Civilian Defense,"  The American Teacher, May 1942 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2446

Folder 2447

"These are Grand People,"  This Week #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2447

Folder 2448

"They Can't Beat Truman,"  American Magazine, July 1948 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2448

Folder 2449

"Those Star-Spangled Speeches,"  This Week Magazine, July 1948 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2449

Folder 2450

"Those Truman Letters" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2450

Folder 2451

"Three Men in a Valley" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2451

Folder 2452

"The Time Between the Wars,"  Life, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2452

Folder 2453

"Time for a Change" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2453

Folder 2454

"Tobacco," 1962: Tobacco's 350th Anniversary #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2454

Folder 2455

Triangle Area (N.C.) #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2455

Folder 2456

"Truman, Bess" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2456

Folder 2457

"Truman as F.D.R.'s Running Mate in 1944" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2457

Folder 2458

"Truman, Harry S.,"  American People's Encyclopedia, 1970 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2458

Folder 2459

"Truman, Harry S.,"  Collier's, 1951 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2459

Folder 2460

"University of North Carolina" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2460

Folder 2461

"What President Truman Thinks About Presidency and Congress" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2461

Folder 2462

"Willoughby,?" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2462

Folder 2463

"With Good Sense and Good Will,"  New South, 16 March 1954 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2463

Folder 2464

"Why am I a Liberal?," for American Mercury #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2464

Folder 2465

"Words,"  This Week, 1948 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2465

Folder 2466

"Wolfe, Thomas,"  News and Observer, 1961 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2466

Folder 2467

"World War II" #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2467

Folder 2468

"Wright, Richard,"  The Nation #03466, Subseries: "2.2.2. Articles and Essays, 1940?-1970?." Folder 2468

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981.

About 325 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Writings for the News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) and the Island Packet (Hilton Head, S.C.).

Folder 2469

Editorials and Columns, News and Observer, 1933-1945 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2469

Folder 2470

Letter to the Editor, The Nation, 1936 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2470

Folder 2471

Columns and Editorials, News and Observer, 1946-1980 and undated #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2471

Folder 2472

Centennial Edition, News and Observer, 16 May 1965 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2472

Folder 2473

Writings, including "Soujourner's Anthology" for the Island Packet, News and Observer, 1969 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2473

Folder 2474

1968-1970 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2474

Folder 2475

1971 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2475

Folder 2476

1972 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2476

Folder 2477-2478

Folder 2477

Folder 2478

1973 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2477-2478

Folder 2479

1974-1981 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2479

Folder 2480

Undated #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2480

Folder 2481a

Miscellaneous Columns and Editorials, 1934-1973 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder 2481a

Folder

#03466, Subseries: "2.2.3. Editorials and Columns, 1933-1981." Folder

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970.

10 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by book title.

Introductions by Daniels to books by others, mostly about Southern and racial topics. Notable among these is Daniels's introduction to Booker T. Washington's Up From Slavery.

Folder 2481b

Builders of the Old North State, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2481b

Folder 2482

Craven book #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2482

Folder 2483

Fodor's Travel Guide #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2483

Folder 2484

Edith Inglesby's book #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2484

Folder 2485

Island Packet book #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2485

Folder 2486

The John Paul Jones-Willie Jones Tradition, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2486

Folder 2487

The Roosevelt Era by Milton Crane #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2487

Folder 2488

Roosevelt Press Conferences #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2488

Folder 2489

Southern Race Progress #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2489

Folder 2490

Folder number not used #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2490

Folder 2491

The Story of the Great March #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2491

Folder 2492

These Are Our Lives #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2492

Folder 2493

Up From Slavery, 1943 #03466, Subseries: "2.2.4. Book Introductions, circa 1943-1970." Folder 2493

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Plays, poems, and short stories by Daniels as well as other shorter writings, including essays and articles of less than five pages.

Folder 2500

Short Stories: "Crazy as Hell" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2500

Folder 2501

Short Stories: "The Last of the Jobes" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2501

Folder 2502

Short Stories: "Love and Feathers" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2502

Folder 2503

Short Stories: "Ol La Fayette" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2503

Folder 2504

Short Stories: "Po' Boy" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2504

Folder 2505

Short Stories: "Power and Glory" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2505

Folder 2506

Short Stories: "The Song of the Shulammite" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2506

Folder 2507

Short Stories: "We Confederates" #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2507

Folder 2508

Short Stories: Untitled #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2508

Folder 2509

Short Stories: Miscellaneous #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2509

Folder 2510

Plays: The Dead (two versions) #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2510

Folder 2511

Plays: The Devil's Playground #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2511

Folder 2512

Plays: Iactus Novus #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2512

Folder 2513

Plays: About Ancient Rome #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2513

Folder 2514

Plays: About Newspaper Work #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2514

Folder 2515

Poems #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2515

Folder 2516

Radio Broadcast Typescript (Pan American Child Congress) #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2516

Folder 2517

School Compositions, circa 1910-1918 #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2517

Folder 2518-2519

Folder 2518

Folder 2519

Miscellaneous Shorter Writings #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2518-2519

Folder 2520

Fragments and Notes #03466, Subseries: "Other Shorter Writings, circa 1910-1970." Folder 2520

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959.

9 items.

Diaries kept by Daniels at various points in Jonathan Daniels's life. Most notable are entries made 1942-1945 when Daniels worked closely with the Roosevelt White House. See also Folders 2089a-b containing a diary kept by Daniels while he toured the South preparing to write A Southerner Discovers the South, and some entries in the notebook labelled "Paris Trip," in Folder 2531.

Folder 2521

1917 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2521

Entries are for April only; they record experiences at school and with family and friends. Also included are some autobiographical notes on early pages and, toward the end of the volume, poems and ideas for stories.

Folder 2522

1930 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2522

Reflections, experiences, and individuals met on a trip to Italy in October and November.

Folder 2523

1932 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2523

Entries are for January-March only; they record experiences in New York: writing, working at Fortune, and meetings with writers and others. Late entries are largely notes toward writings.

Folder 2524-2527

Folder 2524

Folder 2525

Folder 2526

Folder 2527

1942-1945 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2524-2527

These four folders contain about 160 pages of typed diary entries from Daniels's years in the Roosevelt administration, with occasional handwritten additions. Entries deal largely with conversations with White House aides, congressmen, and others about Washington personalities and happenings. Numerous meetings with Roosevelt are recounted in some detail, as are several conversations with Congressman Lyndon Johnson. Other individuals frequently mentioned are Marvin McIntyre, one of Roosevelt's secretaries; Joseph E. Casey, congressman from Massachusetts; David K. Niles, former aide to Harry Hopkins; Will T. Alexander; and David Lilienthal. Conversations with Bernard Baruch also are mentioned. Subjects discussed include appointments to government positions; politics, especially Democratic Party matters; air transportation; the School for Military Government at Charlottesville, Virginia; race relations; and various war-related matters.

Folder 2528

1952 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2528

An account of a visit with Harry S. Truman on 25 March. 2 pages.

Folder 2529

1959 #03466, Subseries: "2.3. Diaries, 1917-1959." Folder 2529

An account of a trip made by Daniels and his wife through France, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland, May-July.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Notes and Ideas Not Clearly Related to Other Items, 1903-1930s.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Other Papers, 1902-1981.

About 390 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. Awards, Certificates, and Diplomas, 1902-1967.

About 40 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Copies of Daniels's birth certificate, baptism certificate, and marriage certificate; diplomas for B.A. from University of North Carolina, and for honorary degrees from North Carolina State College, Duke University, Shaw University, and Elon College; also certificates of appointments to government boards and committees, certificates of awards from the North Carolina Press Association and the American Association for State and Local History, and the North Carolina Award.

Folder 2536

Awards, Certificates, and Diplomas #03466, Subseries: "3.1. Awards, Certificates, and Diplomas, 1902-1967." Folder 2536

Folder 2537

Honorary Degree, North Carolina State College, 1960 #03466, Subseries: "3.1. Awards, Certificates, and Diplomas, 1902-1967." Folder 2537

Folder 2538

Honorary Degree, Duke University, 1968 #03466, Subseries: "3.1. Awards, Certificates, and Diplomas, 1902-1967." Folder 2538

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981.

About 150 items.

Clippings, transcripts of interviews with Daniels, copies of Federal Bureau of Investigation files on Daniels (requested by Daniels under the Freedom of Information Act in anticipation of writing his autobiography), writings by others about Daniels, an inventory of Daniels's library, and obituaries and biographical notes about Daniels. There is some correspondence filed with interview transcripts and with writings by others. A letter to Charles Eagles (8 May 1978), for example, describes Daniels's reaction to Eagles's dissertation, "Prudent Rebel: Jonathan Daniels and Race Relations." See also the interview transcript in Folder 2088.

Folder 2539

Clippings #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2539

Folder 2540

Oral History, Harry S. Truman Library, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2540

Folder 2541a

Interview: North Carolina In-School Television, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2541a

Folder 2541b

Interview: Archives of American Art, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2541b

Folder 2541c

Interview: About Shaw University, 1967 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2541c

Folder 2542

Oral History, Columbia, Adlai E. Stevenson Project, 1967 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2542

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Oral History, Columbia, 1972 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2543-2545

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Folder 2549

FBI Files #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2546-2549

Folder 2550

"Introduction by Senator James C. Wallace, 1954" #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2550

Folder 2551

"The Search for a Southern Liberal Identity," by Anthony C. Epstein, 1974 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2551

Folder 2552

"The Development of Jonathan Daniels's Racial Liberalism," by Charles W. Eagles, 1973 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2552

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Folder 2557

"Prudent Rebel: Jonathan Daniels and Race Relations," by Charles W. Eagles, Ph.D. Disseration, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1978 #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2553-2557

Folder 2558

Inventory of Daniels's Library #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2558

Folder 2559

Obituaries #03466, Subseries: "3.2. Clippings and Other Material about Jonathan Daniels, 1954-1981." Folder 2559

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979.

About 200 items.

Reports, clippings, press releases, and other materials related to organizations and issues in which Jonathan Daniels had an interest. Also writings and remarks by others, financial ledgers, guest registers, passports, address books, memoranda books, and identification cards.

Folder 2560

Adlai Stevenson Institute International Affairs and Adlai Stevenson Memorial Fund #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2560

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Folder 2562

Democratic National Committee #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2561-2562

Folder 2563

Democratic Southern Conference, 28 January 1950 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2563

Folder 2564

Education #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2564

Folder 2565

Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Fund #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2565

Folder 2566

Folder number not used #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2566

Folder 2567

Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Foundation #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2567

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Folder 2569

Hilton Head and the Island Packet #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2568-2569

Folder 2570

Mount Vernon #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2570

Folder 2571

National Citizens Committee for Public TV, 1967 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2571

Folder 2572

National Citizens Committee for Public TV, 1968 and undated #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2572

Folder 2573

National Citizens Committee for Public TV, 1968 Clippings #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2573

Folder 2574

Roanoke Island Historical Association #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2574

Folder 2575

United States Information Agency, 1961 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2575

Folder 2576

United States Information Agency, 1962 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2576

Folder 2577

United States Information Agency, 1964, 1967 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2577

Folder 2578

Folder number not used #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2578

Folder 2579

Poetry by Others #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2579

Folder 2580

Race Relations #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2580

Folder 2581

Remarks by Others #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2581

Folder 2582-2583

Folder 2582

Folder 2583

Writings by Others #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2582-2583

Folder 2584

Ledgers, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2584

Folder 2585

Ledgers, 1946-1955 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2585

Folder 2586

1956-1964 #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2586

Folder 2587

Guest Registers #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2587

Folder 2588

Passports, Address Books, Memoranda Books (1968 and 1969), and Identification Cards #03466, Subseries: "3.3. Miscellaneous Items, 1930-1979." Folder 2588

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Audio-Visual Material.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980.

About 500 items.

Arrangement: by subject then chronological.

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Jonathan Daniels #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/1-66

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Jonathan Daniels in family groups, circa 1913-circa 1935 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/67-85

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Jonathan Daniels with his wife Lucy and other family and friends, circa 1935-circa 1980 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/86-122b

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Jonathan Daniels with colleagues and public figures, 1924, circa 1930s #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/123-124

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Jonathan Daniels , E. C. (Clifton) Daniel, and unidentified man, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/125

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Jonathan Daniels and various unidentified people in Main, 1940 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/126-141

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Jonathan Daniels interviewing defense workers at a camp near Alexander, Louisiana, 1941 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/142

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Jonathan Daniels and Paul Green, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/143

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Jonathan Daniels giving speeches, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/144-146

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Jonathan Daniels with groups of unidentified people, circa 1935-circa 1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/147-153

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Jonathan Daniels with Allan B. Kline, Sarah Blanding, James B. Carey, William C. Foster, Albert Gross, Robert H. Hinckley, A. E. Lyon, and Orin Lehman of the Economic Cooperation Adminstration, circa 1945-1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/154

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Jonathan Daniels in groups, 1951-1954 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/155-157b

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Jonathan Daniels, Governor Luther H. Hodges, and others, 1955 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/157c

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Jonathan Daniels at the Democratic National Convention, 1956 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/158a

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Jonathan Daniels in a group at Wilson Dedication(?), 1956? #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/158b

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Jonathan Daniels, Lucy Daniels, Clifton Daniel, and Margaret Truman, 1956 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/158c

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Jonathan Daniels and Elizabeth Boatwright Coker at a banquet, circa 1975-1980 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/159

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Jonathan and Lucy Daniels with Franklin Roosevelt, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/160

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Jonathan Daniels standing behind Harry Truman as he takes the oath of office, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/161-162

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Jonathan Daniels standing near Harry Truman as he gives his first press conference, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/163

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Matthew J. Connelly, Stephen Early, President Truman, Charles G. Ross, Jonathan Daniels, and William D. Hassett, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/164

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Jonathan Daniels with President Truman and three unidentified men, circa 1945-1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/165a

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Jonathan Daniels, Preident Truman, Alben Barkley, Margaret Truman in a crowd, 1948? #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/165b

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Jonathan Daniels and President Truman, 1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/166

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Josephus Daniels, circa 1900-1915 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/167

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Josephus Daniels and others, 1914 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/168

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Josephus and Addie Daniels, circa 1913-1916, 1919 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/169a-b

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Josephus Daniels, Franklin Roosevelt, and groups of unidentified people, circa 1913-1921 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/170-171a

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Josephus Daniels and groups of unidentified people, circa 1913-1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/171b-c

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Josephus Daniels with General Barnett, circa 1915-1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/172

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Josephus Daniels, circa 1915-1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/173a

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Mrs. Josephus Daniels, circa 1913-1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/173b

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Josephus Daniels in Mexico City, 1933 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/174

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Josephus Daniels with Roy Howard, chairman of the board of the Scripps-Howard newspapers, circa 1933-1939 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/175

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Josephus Daniels with Alexander F. Jones, managing editor of the Washington Post, circa 1933-1939 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/176

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Josephus and Addie Daniels, circa 1930-1940 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/177-179b

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Josephus Daniels and Eddie Rickenbacker, 1939 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/179c-d

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Josephus Daniels, 1941? #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/179e

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Josephus Daniels with the Cuban ambassador, President Comacelio, Ambassador Myers, and Harry Wallace, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/180

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Josephus Daniels, 1942-1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/181-183

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Josephus Daniels and Senator Russell with unidentified sailor, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/184

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Josephus Daniels, Fred M. Vinson, and M. E. Thompson, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/185

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Josephus Daniels with Black, Cummings, Thompson, Vinson, Hassett,and O'Connor at the Little White House, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/186

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Josephus Daniels, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/187

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Lucy Daniels with Mrs. Beck, 1933 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/188

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Lucy Daniels, circa 1930-1940, circa 1943-1944 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/189-190

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Lucy Daniels with three daughters, circa 1940-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/191

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Lucy Daniels, circa 1950-1975 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/192-194d

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Lucy Daniels, daughter of Jonathan and Lucy Daniels, 1956? #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/195a

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Daughters of Jonathan Daniels, circa 1960-1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/195b

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President Woodrow Wilson and Albert S. Burleson, 1918 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/196

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Franklin Roosevelt and U. S. Senator Elihu Root, 1913 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/197

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Franklin Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt, 1913 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/198

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President Franklin Roosevelt with White House Secretary Marvin McIntyre, 1940 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/199

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President and Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt, 1941 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/200

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President Franklin Roosevelt with Harry Hopkins, and Hopkins's wife and daughter, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/201

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Franklin Roosevelt, 1943 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/202

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President Franklin Roosevelt with Marvin McIntyre, Grace Tully, Stephen Early, and Major General Edwin Watson, 1943 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/203

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President Franklin Roosevelt, circa 1943-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/204

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President Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin at the Yalta Conference, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/205

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President Harry Truman with David K. Niles, 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/206

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President Harry Truman with David Lilienthal and two unidentified men, circa 1945-1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/207a

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President Harry Truman at last press conference, 1953 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/207b

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Lyndon B. Johnson as Navy Lt. Commander, 1942 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/208

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General T. N. Palmer, circa 1860-1865 (copy) #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/209

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Josephus Daniels, Sr., circa 1850-1865 (copy) #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/210

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"Sophie" and child, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/211

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William Jennings Bryan, Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall and Robert Lansing at Fortress Monroe, Va., 1913 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/212

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William Jennings Bryan and three unidentified men, circa 1910-1915 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/213

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Newton D. Baker and Major General J. W. McAndrew, circa 1918 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/216

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Lt. J. C. Edgerton and sister Elizabeth in front of plane, 1918 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/217

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George L. Boyle, Major Reuben Fleet, and Sergeant Waters at inauguration of air mail service, 1918 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/218

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Paul Green and unidentified man, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/219

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Wendell Willkie and Bernard Baruch, 1942. #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/220

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Rep. Clare Booth Luce with Speaker Sam Rayburn, 1943 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/221

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James M. Barnes, Administrative Assistant to President Roosevelt, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/222

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William D. Hassett, Correspondence Secretary to President Roosevelt, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/223

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General Edwin A. Watson, Appointment Secretary to President Roosevelt, circa 1935-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/224

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David Lilienthal, circa 1940-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/225

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David Mearns with Josie and Worth Daniels (brother of Jonathan Daniels), circa 1950-1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/226

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Frank Graham, Jawaharlal Nehru, and two unidentified men, 1951 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227a

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Mark Ethridge, Jr., 1955 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227b

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Robert Meyner, 1955 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227c

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Terry Sanford, 1960 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227d

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James Daniel, 1963 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227e

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Wayne A. Danielson, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227f

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Hubert H. Humphrey, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227g

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Owen Lewis, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227h

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Glen Kaufman, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227i

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Harland Hoffa, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227j

Image P-3466/227k

Mark McCloskey, 1973 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227k

Image P-3466/227l-r

Elizabeth Coker, 1963-1969 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227l-r

Image P-3466/227s

Elizabeth Coker, Mary Ryan, Penelope Wilson #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227s

Image P-3466/227t

Elizabeth Coker, Dick Coker, Tuck Coker, Janet Little, Jule Little, 1976 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227t

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Mrs. J. T. Little, 1973 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227u

Image P-3466/227v

Elizabeth Bull Freeman, William W. K. Freeman, 1957 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227v

Image P-3466/227w

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: Frank Bane, Edward Connor, L. H. Fountain, Arthur Naftalin, Neal S. Blaisdell, 1963 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227w

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Mrs. L. H. Fountain, Mrs. B. Everett Jordan, Mrs. Christopher Boland, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227x

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John Weaver with bust of MacArthur, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227y

Image P-3466/227z

Busts of Nimitz and MacArthur, 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/227z

Image P-3466/228a

Suh Woon Lim, superintendent, Bethel Home for Happy Children, Pusan, Korea, 1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/228a

Image P-3466/228b-c

Suh Woon Lim with children, 1965 and 1966 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/228b-c

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The Tisdel family, 1973 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/228d

Image P-3466/228e

The Nguyen-Van-Huan family, 1975 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/228e

Image P-3466/229a

Jamie Cathcart, 1974 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/229a

Image P-3466/229b

Jonathan Daniels, son of Karl Bruce and Karen Johnston Daniels, 1976 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/229b

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Thad Stem and grandson, 1977 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/229c

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Princess Gabrielle de Rohan Leake (Mrs. Henry Sabin Leake), 1979 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/229d

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P-3466/245

Noble and Billing family pictures, circa 1865-1897 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/230-245

Image P-3466/246a-b

N. R. Cathcart, circa 1865-1885 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/246a-b

Image P-3466/247a-b

Noble Cathcart, 1975 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/247a-b

Image P-3466/248a-258

Worth and Bagley family pictures, 1866-circa 1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/248a-258

Image P-3466/259

Josephus Daniels as a child, circa 1865-1870 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/259

Image P-3466/260a

Adelaide Worth Bagley, circa 1900-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/260a

Image P-3466/260b

Adelaide Worth Bagley, Addie Worth Bagley Daniels, Josephus Daniels, and the four sons of Josephus and Addie, circa 1903-1905 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/260b

Image P-3466/261

Josephus Daniels and his four sons, circa 1903-1905 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/261

Image P-3466/262a

Sam and Herbert Jackson, Jonathan Daniels, Worth Daniels, Frank Daniels, circa 1910-1915 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/262a

Image P-3466/262b

Worth Daniels, 1966 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/262b

Image P-3466/263

Aunt Nan Trowbridge, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/263

Image P-3466/264

Aunt Nan Trowbridge, her mother, and her niece Anna Dana Trowbridge, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/264

Image P-3466/265

Lucy Mercer, circa 1885-1905 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/265

Image P-3466/266

Mrs. Carroll Mercer, circa 1885-1905 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/266

Image P-3466/267-269

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P-3466/268

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Unidentified children and woman, circa 1865-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/267-269

Image P-3466/270

Anna Dana Trowbridge, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/270

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The Trowbridge garden, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/271

Image P-3466/272-276

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"Mother's garden," undated #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/272-276

Image P-3466/277

Adelaide Worth Bagley, Addie Worth Bagley Daniels, and two of her sons on the porch of a house, circa 1903-1905 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/277

Image P-3466/278

House with car in front, circa 1900-1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/278

Image P-3466/279-286

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Unidentified people, circa 1890-circa 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/279-286

Image P-3466/287

Nelson Rockefeller and several unidentified men, circa 1935-1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/287

Image P-3466/288-298

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Unidentified people, circa 1950-1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/288-298

Image P-3466/299a

House in which Josephus Daniels was born, after it was moved to Washington, N.C. #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/299a

Image P-3466/299b

Unidentified people on the porch of a house, circa 1900-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/299b

Image P-3466/300

Office at the Raleigh News and Observer, 1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/300

Image P-3466/301-302

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Unidentified fortress, 1913 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/301-302

Image P-3466/303

Old Hotel Chamberlin, Old Point Comfort, Virginia, 1913 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/303

Image P-3466/304-306

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Single Oak, Washington, D.C., Daniels home in Washington during the Wilson years, circa 1913-1918 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/304-306

Image P-3466/307

Snowy scene with Wakestone barely visible, 1935 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/307

Image P-3466/308-309

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Office building, probably at Hilton Head, S.C., circa 1965-1975 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/308-309

Image P-3466/310-312

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Unidentified places, undated #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/310-312

Image P-3466/313-324

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Interior of Wakestone, undated #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/313-324

Image P-3466/325-332

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Daniels family gatherings, circa 1960-1965 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/325-332

Image P-3466/333-358

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Illustrations for Ordeal of Ambition (1970). #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/333-358

Image P-3466/359-366

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Illustrations for The Randolphs of Virginia (1972). #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/359-366

Image P-3466/367

The Daniels's cow, circa 1900-1915 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/367

Image P-3466/368

Sailors on a ship, circa 1885-1898 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/368

Image P-3466/369

Folder number not used #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/369

Image P-3466/370-371

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Photo of book illustration from A Southerner Discovers New England (1940) #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/370-371

Image P-3466/372

Photo of book illustration, possibly from A Southerner Discovers the South (1938) #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/372

Image P-3466/373a

USS Quinnebag (copy), undated #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/373a

Image P-3466/373b-c

Editorial cartoons of Jonathan Daniels, 1965 and undated #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/373b-c

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Josephus Daniels and others, 1920 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/374

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Josephus and Mrs. Daniels on a ship with Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt and others, 1934 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/375

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Josephus Daniels on a ship with President Roosevelt and Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson, 1934 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/376

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Josephus Daniels with Attorney General Homer S. Cummings, 1934 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/377

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Josephus Daniels with President Roosevelt, 1934 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/378

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Jonathan Daniels, circa 1935-1973 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/379-392

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Jonathan Daniels with Sidney Hillman, C. B. Baldwin, Philip Murray, Henry Wallace, and James Carey, 1944 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/393-394

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Jonathan Daniels with C. B. Baldwin, Henry Wallace, Philip Murray and Sidney Hillman, 1944 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/395

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Jonathan Daniels with Sidney Hillman, C. B. Baldwin, Philip Murray, Henry Wallace, James Carey, and unidentified men at a banquet, 1944 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/396-397

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Jonathan Daniels with Ellen Hess of McCall's magazine interviewing a family for a story about war workers, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/398

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Jonathan Daniels in the newsroom, 1949 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/399-400

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Jonathan Daniels with unidentified others, circa 1955-1965 and circa 1975-1980 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/401-402

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Frank Daniels (Jonathan Daniels's brother), circa 1975-1981 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/403

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United States Ship North Carolina in 1827, photograph of a painting #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/404

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James Cardinal Gibbons, 1917 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/405

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Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and family, circa 1940-1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/406-407

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Thomas Wolfe, photograph of a painting (1951) from a photograph (1936?) #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/408

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Second inauguration of President Franklin Roosevelt, photograph of a painting, circa 1940 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/409

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Jonathan Daniels, circa 1938-1941 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/410-412

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Jonathan Daniels with Assistant Press Secretary Eben Ayers and Press Secretary Charles G. Ross, circa 1945-1946 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/413

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Jonathan Daniels, circa 1940-1950 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/414

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Drawing by Bill Ballard of P-3466/414(OP), circa 1940-1955 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/415

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Oil painting of Lucy Daniels by Walter Greer, circa 1950-1970 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/416

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Photograph of the funeral of Franklin Roosevelt, 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/417

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Madison Avenue House, Montgomery, Alabama, home of Elizabeth and Josiah Morris, where all the Billing and Morris children were raised, circa 1890-1910 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/418

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Cartoons by Jno. Cassel, Eagle Syndicate, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1935 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/419-427

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Crowd around Silverliner at Balbuena Airport, Mexico, D.F., 6 April 1939 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/428

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Jacket suggestions for A Southerner Discovers New England, 27 October 1939 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/429-431

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Shasta Dam, Shasta Lake, and Mt. Shasta, 27 January 1947 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/432

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Mock funeral for Jonathan Daniels, 1958 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/433-436

Image P-3466/437-440

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Mount Vernon #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/437-440

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East Carolina College football stadium, 1963 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/441-442

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Sign and photo of sign: "Don't tread on me," 1964 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/443-445

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Hotel, Montreux, 1973 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/446

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Bottles of liquor with sign, "Happy Birthday, Jonathan!!" 1977 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." P-3466/447

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Cartoon, "Old Maid's Day," 1945 #03466, Subseries: "4.1. Pictures, circa 1865-1980." OP-P-3466/448

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. Sound Recordings.

Audiodisc D-3466/1-4

D-3466/1

D-3466/2

D-3466/3

D-3466/4

Adlai Stevenson Speaks #03466, Subseries: "4.2. Sound Recordings." D-3466/1-4

Edited and narrated by James Fleming.