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Collection Number: 03842

Collection Title: Mark F. Ethridge Papers, 1931-1981.

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Size 6.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 5400 items)
Abstract Mark F. Ethridge was a journalist of Louisville, Ky. Papers chiefly consist of professional correspondence and speeches of Ethridge relating to his career in journalism, principally as editor and publisher of the Louisville, Ky., Courier-Journal and Times, 1936-1963; editor of New York Newsday, 1963-1965; and instructor in journalism at the University of North Carolina. In addition to newspaper affairs, these papers reflect many social and political issues of the times, including race relations, southern economic development, national elections and Democratic Party affairs, freedom and responsibility of the press, World War II, the Cold War, the creation of Israel, the spread of Communism in postwar Europe, and international peace. A separate series, chiefly 1945-1947, relates to Ethridge's fact-finding missions on behalf of the United States State Department and the United Nations to several Balkan countries, especially Bulgaria, Rumania, and Greece.
Creator Ethridge, Mark F. (Mark Foster), 1896-1981.
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 Mark F. Ethridge Papers #3842, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Mark Ethridge of Moncure, N.C., in October 1973.
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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1896 Born in Meridian, Miss.
1913 Reporter for Meridian Star.
1931-1933 Managing editor of The Telegraph in Macon, Ga.
1933-1934 Assistant general manager of The Washington Post.
1934-1936 President and publisher of The Times Dispatch in Richmond, Va.
1936-1963 Publisher at The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky.
1945-1948 Appointed to represent the State Department on a special mission to investigate the political scene in the Balkans.
1954-1967 Trustee for the Ford Foundation.
1963-1965 Editor of Newsday, Long Island, N.Y.
1963-1969 Instructor of journalism at the University of North Carolina.
1981 Died in Moncure, N.C.
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These papers document the professional life of Mark Foster Ethridge. Correspondence includes some family letters, but pertains primarily to his newspaper work and politics. Correspondence and speeches touch on numerous social and political issues and events that were prominent in public discussions during his career, including American race relations, the Second World War, Southern development, elections and Democratic Party positions, freedom of the press, federal regulation of broadcasting, the Cold War (especially in the Balkans), and the United Nations. There is a separate series for the time when Ethridge was in the Balkans for the government. Also included is one yearbook and photographs from his career.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1916-1981.

About 1800 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence of Ethridge chiefly relating to political issues and his newspaper and government work. There are also letters about giving, commentary on, and requests for copies of speeches. Letters from 1939 to 1941 and again in 1953 and from 1956 to 1958 discuss civil liberties, Ethridge's support for educating African-Americans and economic and social concerns of the South. Integration is discussed in 1956 and 1964.

Ethridge's correspondence about newspaper affairs relates primarily to conflicts between the FCC and the National Broadcasting Company in 1942; a 1945 trip to the Pacific concerning the education of American newspaper publishers on affairs in the Pacific; another trip to Japan in 1961 focussing on Japanese newspapers. In 1965, there are letters relating to Ethridge's becoming a fellow of Sigma Delta Chi, the professional journalism society.

Compilation of material on Turner Catledge, Mississippi native and managing editor of the New York Times occurred in 1960 as well as discussions about various other journalism personalities in conjunction with the Ethridge's Pulitzer Prize Memorial lecture. In 1962, Ethridge accepted a lectureship at UNC's School of Journalism and in 1963 became editor of Newsday.

Ethridge commented on politics throughout his papers. Included are remarks denouncing the manner in which Harry Truman was nominated in 1944 and critiquing the New Deal. In 1963, he commented on Lyndon Johnson and the Kennedy assassination. In 1966, Adlai Stevenson requested that Ethridge join a national committee to organize and support a Stevenson Institute for International Affairs.

Although most letters, 1945-1947, are personal, some correspondence overlaps with items filed with the Balkans Materials. In 1949 and 1953, there is discussion of Nicola Petrov, leader of the democratic opposition to Communism in the Balkans. Communism remains a major topic after Ethridge's trip to the Balkans until 1955, when Ethridge discussed the case of Carl Braden of Louisville, who was affiliated with Communism.

Ethridge was nominated by Truman in 1948 to the board of inquiry relating to a labor dispute in the coal industry. In 1949, Ethridge served as U.S. Representative to the Conciliation Commission for Palestine, and papers of this year include policy statements and letters from Truman about Middle East economic and refugee problems. Between 1950 and 1951, Ethridge worked with Cyril Black on writing a chapter on negotiations with the Russians in the Balkans for a book by the World Peace Foundation. From 1961 to 1966, there is information about the Ford Foundation.

Folder 1

1916-1932 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 1

Folder 2

1933 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 2

Folder 3

1934-1935 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 3

Folder 4

1938 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 4

Folder 5

1939 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 5

Folder 6

1940 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 6

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1941 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 7-8

Folder 9

1942 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 9

Folder 10

1943 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 10

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Folder 14

1944 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 11-14

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Folder 17

1945 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 15-17

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Folder 19

1946 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 18-19

Folder 20

1947 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 20

Folder 21-23

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Folder 23

1948 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 21-23

Folder 24-27

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1949 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 24-27

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1950 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 28-29

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Folder 32

1951 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 30-32

Folder 33

1952 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 33

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Folder 35

1953 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 34-35

Folder 36

1954 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 36

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Folder 39

1955 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 37-39

Folder 40

1956 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 40

Folder 41

1957 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 41

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Folder 44

1958 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 42-44

Folder 45

1959 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 45

Folder 46-48

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Folder 48

1960 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 46-48

Folder 49-51

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Folder 51

1961 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 49-51

Folder 52-55

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Folder 55

1962 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 52-55

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Folder 67

1963 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 56-67

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December 1964 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 68-77

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Folder 86

1965 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 78-86

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1966 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 87-91

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Folder 93

1967 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 92-93

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Folder 95

1968 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 94-95

Folder 96

1969 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 96

Folder 97-98

Folder 97

Folder 98

1970 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 97-98

Folder 99

1971 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 99

Folder 100

1972-1981 #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 100

Folder 101

Undated #03842, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1916-1981." Folder 101

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About 1400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Speeches, many published later or incorporated into editorials, given by Ethridge on political matters, the newspaper business, Southern affairs, and related topics. Letters discussing some speeches may be found in Series 1.

Folder 102

14 January 1931, "The Inside of the Newspaper" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 102

Folder 103

13 September 1931, "Capitalism on the Defense" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 103

Folder 104

23 January 1936 #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 104

Folder 105

15 July 1936, "The Changing Newspaper" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 105

Folder 106

11 December 1936, "Perils of the Press" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 106

Folder 107

4 June 1937, Commencement Speech, University of Kentucky #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 107

Folder 108

1937, "America's Obligations to Its Negro Citizens" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 108

Folder 109

16 May 1938, Federal Communications Bar Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 109

Folder 110

12 October 1938, "The South and Its Prospects" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 110

Folder 111

1939, Farm Tenancy #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 111

Folder 112

1939, The Second Reconstruction #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 112

Folder 113

11 May 1939, "Perils of the Press" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 113

Folder 114

1940, Government and Radio #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 114

Folder 115

7 February 1940, "Anti-Lynching Bill" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 115

Folder 116

22 May 1940, "How to Sell Newspapers" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 116

Folder 117

20 July 1940, "Opening of a Newspaper Plant" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 117

Folder 118

October 1940, "The South's Place in the World" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 118

Folder 119

21 January 1941, "Economic Consequences of a Hitler Victory" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 119

Folder 120

7 March 1941, Latin America Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 120

Folder 121

21 March 1941, "Promoting Newspapers by Means of News, Editorial and Practical Management" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 121

Folder 122

14 May 1941, "A Fair Deal for Radio" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 122

Folder 123

4 December 1941, "Interpretation of the Spirit of Democracy" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 123

Folder 124

1941, Farm and Home Improvement #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 124

Folder 125

13 May 1942, "The South" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 125

Folder 126

1 June 1942, "The Peace We Must Make" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 126

Folder 127

1942, "The Race Problem in War" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 127

Folder 128

1942, Frankfurt Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 128

Folder 129

1942, Fort Knox Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 129

Folder 130

1943, Czechoslovakia #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 130

Folder 131

17 February 1944, "Free Enterprise" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 131

Folder 132

15 May 1944, "For What the Hell Should We Apologize?" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 132

Folder 133

June 1944, Collegiate School Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 133

Folder 134

7 December 1944, Mellett Memorial Address #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 134

Folder 135

16 February 1945, "The Hope of the South" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 135

Folder 136

March 1946, Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 136

Folder 137

12 April 1946, Freedom of the Press #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 137

Folder 138

28 September 1946, "Problems of the South" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 138

Folder 139

5 May 1948, Balkans #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 139

Folder 140

7 June 1948, "The U.S. as a World Power" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 140

Folder 141

6 February 1950, Amherst Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 141

Folder 142

10 May 1950, International Peasants Union #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 142

Folder 143

February 1951, Georgia Press Institute #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 143

Folder 144

July 1952, Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 144

Folder 145

7 November 1952, Indiana State Conference on Social Work #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 145

Folder 146

2 June 1953, "Of Whom Shall I Be Afraid?" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 146

Folder 147

October 1953, Mississippi Library Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 147

Folder 148

25 June 1954, Naturalization Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 148

Folder 149

15 February 1955, "Can the Press Help Build a Free World?" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 149

Folder 150

24 May 1955, National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 150

Folder 151

1955, Radio Free Europe #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 151

Folder 152

20 February 1956, University of Florida #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 152

Folder 153

February 1958, Coronado, Calif. #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 153

Folder 154

20 March 1958, "A Call to the South" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 154

Folder 155

26 August 1958, University of Missouri #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 155

Folder 156

4 December 1958, "Higher Education's Role in the Economy" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 156

Folder 157

1958, Nieman Lecture, "Dynamics of Journalism" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 157

Folder 158

29 May 1960, Pulitzer Memorial Lecture #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 158

Folder 159

1960-1961, Pulitzer Variations #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 159

Folder 160

21 October 1960, Dedication of Howell Hall #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 160

Folder 161

9 June 1961, South Carolina Press Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 161

Folder 162

June-July 1961, Japanese Newspaper Publishers #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 162

Folder 163

20 March 1962, "The Meaning of the News" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 163

Folder 164

3 September 1962, Southern Newspaper Publishers Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 164

Folder 165

26 January 1963, Kentucky Press Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 165

Folder 166

May 1963, Texas Daily Newspaper Seminar #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 166

Folder 167

23 October 1963, "Compensatory Education" #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 167

Folder 168

1964, Chapel Hill Class of 1964 #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 168

Folder 169

1964-1965, Texas and East Carolina Speeches #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 169

Folder 170

15 January 1966, North Carolina Press Association #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 170

Folder 171

12 February 1968, William Allen White Lecture #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 171

Folder 172

Undated, Atlanta Meeting #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 172

Folder 173

Undated, Louisville College Club #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 173

Folder 174

Undated, Holly Springs Speech #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 174

Folder 175

Undated, Richmond First Club #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 175

Folder 176

Undated, Sigma Delta Chi #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 176

Folder 177

Undated, University of Louisville, Librarians #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 177

Folder 178

Undated, University of Missouri, Journalism #03842, Series: "2. Speeches, 1931-1968." Folder 178

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About 700 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence, printed material, clippings, and notes from the period when Ethridge was appointed by Secretary of State James Byrnes to represent the U.S. State Department on a special mission to investigate the political scene in Bulgaria and Rumania, particularly with regard to Communism.

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About 400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Primarily correspondence regarding official State Department business, reports by Ethridge on the situation in the Balkans, and statements about the mission. The reports, October-December 1945, focus on the Communist position in Rumania and Bulgaria. Ethridge became a representative for the Security Council Commission of Investigation for the U.S. State Department in 1946 on a Greek frontier mission for the United Nations. He left for Greece in January 1947 and reported on the border violations between Greece and the Balkan states. Most of the material from January to May 1947, deals with the Security Council Commission and the economic situation of Greece.

Material between June and July 1947, after Ethridge returned to the U.S., consists of schedules and itineraries as well as more information about Greece. Papers after his return include articles and statements about Ethridge's mission and U.S. foreign policy in the Balkans. In 1948 and 1954, there is information about the death of Nicola Petrov, leader of the democratic opposition to the Communist regime (see also Series 1, 1945-1947).

Folder 180-190

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Folder 189

Folder 190

1945 #03842, Subseries: "3.1. Balkan Correspondence, 1945-1963." Folder 180-190

Folder 191-192

Folder 191

Folder 192

1946 #03842, Subseries: "3.1. Balkan Correspondence, 1945-1963." Folder 191-192

Folder 193-204

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Folder 204

1947 #03842, Subseries: "3.1. Balkan Correspondence, 1945-1963." Folder 193-204

Folder 205

Undated #03842, Subseries: "3.1. Balkan Correspondence, 1945-1963." Folder 205

Folder 206

1948-1963 #03842, Subseries: "3.1. Balkan Correspondence, 1945-1963." Folder 206

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Printed Material, 1903-1981.

About 1200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981.

About 700 items.

Primarily articles by Ethridge, many undated; articles about Ethridge; clippings of interest to him; and other printed material. Some of the editorials and articles are fragments.

Folder 231-236

Folder 231

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Folder 233

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Folder 236

Editorials and Articles by Ethridge #03842, Subseries: "4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981." Folder 231-236

Folder 237-238

Folder 237

Folder 238

Articles about Ethridge #03842, Subseries: "4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981." Folder 237-238

Folder 239-242

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Folder 240

Folder 241

Folder 242

Clippings #03842, Subseries: "4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981." Folder 239-242

Folder 243-244

Folder 243

Folder 244

Notes #03842, Subseries: "4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981." Folder 243-244

Folder 245

Other Papers #03842, Subseries: "4.2. Articles and Clippings, 1903-1981." Folder 245

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. Yearbook, 1913.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Pictures, 1945-1951.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Suzanne Ruffing, April 1996

Encoded by: Joseph Nicholson, February 2006

This collection was processed with support from the Randleigh Foundation Trust.

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