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Collection Number: 04265

Collection Title: Fletcher Melvin Green Papers, 1898-1980

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Size 21.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 19800 items)
Abstract Fletcher Melvin Green (1895-1978) was a member of the faculty of the History Department at the University of North Carolina, 1936-1960. Green directed the graduate studies of more than 200 students, held a Kenan professorship, and served as department chair. Correspondence, writings, speeches, course materials, and other papers relating to the professional career and family life of Fletcher Melvin Green. The bulk of the collection consists of professional and personal letters, 1935-1965. These letters chiefly document Green's tenure at the University of North Carolina and his involvement in professional and social organizations, but there is also material related to his teaching at Emory, Harvard, Columbia, and Oxford universities. Other items include extensive family correspondence between Green and other family members. Correspondents include Howard K. Beale, J. Isaac Copeland, E. Merton Coulter, Frank Porter Graham , J. G. deRoulhac Hamilton, Arthur Stanley Link, James Welch Patton, Rembert Patrick, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George Brown Tindall, and C. Vann Woodward.
Creator Green, Fletcher Melvin, 1895-1978.
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 Fletcher Melvin Green papers #4265, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Mary Frances Black Green of Chapel Hill, N.C., in July 1982. Addition received from Elizabeth Green Fuller of Tarrytown, N.Y., in November 1996 (Acc. 96170).
Received from Elizabeth Green Fuller of Tarrytown, N.Y.
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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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

Clicking on a subject heading below will take you into the University Library's online catalog.

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Fletcher Melvin Green was born 12 July 1895 near Gainesville, Ga., the son of Robert Chambers and Mary Mahala Haynes Green. In 1920, Green graduated from Emory University, having interrupted his education to serve with the American Expeditionary Forces in France.

Green continued his education with graduate work in history at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. In 1922, he earned the M.A. degree, and five years later received the Ph.D. under the guidance of Joseph Gregoire de Roulhac Hamilton. Green also attended classes at the University of Chicago and Vanderbilt University. At Chicago, William E. Dodd helped shape Green's early career, as did Walter Lynwood Fleming at Vanderbilt.

While completing his graduate studies, Green held teaching positions at the Lindsey-Wilson Preparatory School in Columbia, Ky., UNC, Sparks College, and Vanderbilt. After graduation, Green taught three years at Emory University. In 1936, he returned to UNC, accepting a post in the history department. He remained at Chapel Hill until his retirement in 1966. In 1946, Green was promoted to a Kenan professorship in history, and from 1953 until 1960, he was head of the department.

Throughout his life, Green's skills as a teacher were in demand. He spent summers as a visiting professor at Duke, Northwestern, and Stanford universities, as well as at the College of William and Mary and the universities of Tennessee and Missouri. He delivered the Eugenia Dorothy Blount Lamar Lectures at Mercer University, and the Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures at Louisiana State University.

Green's talent as an educator attracted many promising graduate students. At UNC, Green guided the studies, for instance, of George Brown Tindall (1921- ), Dewey W. Grantham (1921- ), Arthur Stanley Link (1920- ), Hugh Rankin , Rembert W. Patrick (1909-1967), Mary Elizabeth Massey (1915-1976?), and James Welch Patton (1900-1973). Altogether, Green directed the dissertations of over 100 doctoral candidates and the masters theses of well over 150 students. By overseeing the training of such a large number of scholars, Green's influence on the study of Southern history extended far beyond Chapel Hill.

Along with his ability to teach, Green was a respected historian and leader. He wrote or edited over a dozen books. He also contributed scores of articles and reviews to scholarly journals. Furthermore, Green held the position of president in both the Southern Historical Association and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association (later the Organization of American Historians).

Despite his official retirement, Green continued to teach. In 1968, he served as Harmsworth Professor of American History at Oxford University, England. Green received at least three honorary degrees from various southern universities. In 1965, former students presented him with Writing Southern History: Essays in Honor of Fletcher M. Green.

Green and his wife, Mary Frances Black, had four children: Fletcher Melvin II, Mary Carolyn, Robert Ramsey, and Elizabeth Haynes. All four of the Green children graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill. Fletcher Green remained in Chapel Hill after his retirement. He died on 27 February 1978. Mary Frances Green died in 1984.

(Sources: The Encyclopedia of the South, 354-355; Who's Who in America, 1974-1975, 1218; these papers.)

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Most of these papers are letters concerning the professional life of Fletcher M. Green and the life of his family between 1935 and 1965. Among the correspondents are Green's colleagues, former students, family members, and publishers. Other items include speeches, lecture and class notes, reviews, photographs, copies of newspaper clippings, and financial and legal items. These other papers relate mostly to Green's years as a professor of history at the University of North Carolina and his involvement in numerous professional and social organizations. There are relatively few items related to Green's ties with Emory University and various institutions where he taught summer classes, with the exception of Harvard and Columbia Universities.

Primarily notes and research on Duff Green and members of the Green family, some additional subject files.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1898-1978 and undated.

About 16,780 items.

This series consists of two subseries: Professional Correspondence and Personal Correspondence.

Subseries 1.1. Professional Correspondence, includes both outgoing and incoming correspondence, largely written to and received from Green's former students and colleagues. Common topics of discussion include Green's own research, his students' research, placement of former students, administrative and academic affairs at various colleges and universities (mostly in the South, including UNC CH), meetings of historical societies, and Green's administrative work as chairman of the Department of History at UNC. Politics, sports, and personal matters are also touched on in some of the correspondence. Frequent correspondents include Green students George Tindall, Rembert Patrick, Arthur Link, Charles Sellers, Robert Lively, Dewey Grantham, J. Isaac Copeland, James W. Patton, and Mary Elizabeth Massey. Noted colleagues who frequently corresponded with Green include Bell Wiley, E. Merton Coulter, and J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton.

Subseries 1.2. Personal Correspondence, includes both outgoing and incoming correspondence, largely written by Green, Mary Frances B. Green, their children, and his wife's family. The topics of conversation include family matters, illnesses, traveling, sports, higher education, and Green's impressions of Harvard and Columbia universities. There is also discussion of life in New York, New York; Boston, Mass.; Chapel Hill, N.C.; Atlanta, Ga.; and Greensboro, N.C. Occasionally, there is mention of the influence of the Depression and World War II.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Professional Correspondence, 1922/1977 and undated.

About 10,780 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1922-April 1936.

This period covers Green's early career, from his appointment as an instructor of history at UNC in 1922 until he left his position at Emory University in April 1936. Much of the correspondence relates to Green's positions at Vanderbilt, UNC, and Emory, and to offers of positions elsewhere. Other letters deal with his research (primarily the career of Duff Green and gold mining in NC), students' research, and activities of classmates at Emory and UNC. Some items touch on the Depression and its effect on Southern colleges and universities.

Noted correspondents include historians J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton (folders 3, 10, 14, 16, 18, 22-25, 32, 33), Dumas Malone (folders 6, 7, 9, 11-13, 16, 18, 19, 32 --concerning Green's work for the Dictionary of American Biography), Walter Fleming (folder 3), William Dodd (folder 1), Roy Nichols (folder 6,7), James W. Patton (folders 3, 6, 8-11, 13-18, 20, 22, 23, 28, 30, 33, 34), Frank Owsley (folder 21), E.M. Coulter (folders 15-17, 22, 25, 26-28, 31, 33), Charles Sydnor (folder 33), and A. R. Newsome (25, 26, 30); UNC-CH administrators Harry W. Chase (folder 1,2), Frank Porter Graham (folders 15, 24-26), R. B. House (folder 14), and Carlyle Sitterson (folders 10-14, 16, 17, 20, 22, 26, 27, 30, 31); UNC professors Howard Odum (folder 24, 27), Carl Pegg (folder 26), and Archibald Henderson (folders 22, 23, 27, 28, 33); and publisher Alfred Knopf (folder 3).

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1922-1929 90 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 1-3

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1930 56 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 4-5

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1931 105 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 6-7

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1932 80 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 9-11

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1933 115 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 12-15

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1934 131 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 16-20

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1935 300 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 21-30

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January-April 1936 180 items #04265, Subseries: "1922-April 1936." Folder 31-34

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse May 1936-December 1941.

This correspondence deals with the New Deal, the coming of the war in Europe, Southern politics, and academic affairs. Other subjects dealt with include Green's research on Duff Green, the book I Rode with Stonewall (which Green edited), J. G. de R. Hamilton's collecting activities for the Southern Historical Collection (including a letter from J. W. Holland of 13 June 1936, noting resentment at Hamilton's activities from local historians), and the controversial "Dare Stone."

Green students who are represented include Allen Going (folder 86), Jack Rabun (folders 73, 78), Mary Elizabeth Massey (folders 67, 70, 73, 74, 77, 80), Arthur Link (folder 56), Rembert Patrick (folders 50, 59, 70, 74, 84). Historians represented include Howard K. Beale (folders 44, 45, 50, 56, 67, 80, 81), A. R. Newsome (folder 45), Frank Owsley (folders 52, 53, 55, 70), E. Merton Coulter (39, 43, 65), J. G. de R. Hamilton (folders 56, 58, 64, 75, 84), Avery Craven (folder 80), Charles Ramsdell (folders 53, 58), Arthur M. Schlesinger (folder 54), Charles Sydnor (folders 53, 72), James W. Patton (folders 35, 36, 39, 61, 63, 64, 66-68, 70, 72-74, 82, 83), Thomas Clark (folders 49, 61, 67), and Bell Wiley (folders 63, 68, 84). Other prominent individuals who corresponded with Green during this period include Jonathan Daniels (folder 41), Frank P. Graham (folder 38), and Archibald Henderson (folder 42).

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May-December 1936 115 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 35-38

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1937 217 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 39-46

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1938 180 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 47-52

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1939 217 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 53-60

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1940 336 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 61-72

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1941 352 items #04265, Subseries: "May 1936-December 1941." Folder 73-84

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Much of the correspondence for the years 1942-1945 concerns the role of Green's students in the country's war effort. Politics, wartime problems of the historical societies, academic affairs, and appointments were also topics of discussion. Notable letters include a copy of W. E. B DuBois's letter of resignation from the Southern Historical Association (folder 86), observations by Howard K. Beale on relocation centers for Japanese-Americans (folder 85), a letter from Charles Clark which mentions "a Quantico class-mate..Capt. J. R. McCarthy," later to become the famous Senator "Tail-Gunner Joe" (folder 112), a letter from Arthur Link commenting on race relations in Chapel Hill (folder 115), and a letter by Green student Phil Rice describing the Pearl Harbor attack (folder 99).

Correspondents include Green students Mary Elizabeth Massey (folders 87, 89, 94, 98, 102, 104, 113, 114, 117, 118), Rembert Patrick (folders 95, 96, 106, 111, 118, 120, 122, 125), Charles Clark (folders 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 99, 101, 112, 124, 126, 127), Jack Rabun (folder 120), Robert Ivy (folder 108), Porter Fortune (folders 99, 104), Arthur Link (folders 91-95, 105-107, 109, 113, 116, 119, 120, 123, 125), Jane Zimmerman (folders 101, 102, 104, 105, 109; historians H. K. Beale (folders 85, 112), Frank Owsley (folder 85), Bell Wiley (folders 86, 92, 94, 96, 112), Frank Klingberg (folders 97, 104, 105, 113), J. G. Randall (folder 92), George Mowry (folders 105, 119), A. R. Newsome (folder 116), Arthur Schlesinger (folder 113), E. Merton Coulter (folder 110), J. G. de R. Hamilton (folders 93, 94, 99, 102, 106, 109, 115, 116, 118, 120, 122, 123), James W. Patton (folders 89, 90, 92-95, 97, 111, 114, 118, 120-123); University of North Carolina administrators R. B. House (folder 93), Frank P. Graham (folder 104), and Carlyle Sitterson (folders 87-89, 107, 112, 120-124, 127). Other Green students and colleagues are represented as well.

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1942 405 items #04265, Subseries: "1942-August 1945." Folder 85-96

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1943 349 items #04265, Subseries: "1942-August 1945." Folder 97-107

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1944 385 items #04265, Subseries: "1942-August 1945." Folder 108-119

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January 1945-August 1945 236 items #04265, Subseries: "1942-August 1945." Folder 120-127

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This segment of Green's correspondence deals with the transition of Green's students from military to civilian duties, desegregation, reaction to the Korean War, politics, and Green's duties as chairman of the History Department at UNC. Notable correspondence includes a letter from Green student Robert Elliott, noting the negative opinion Boiling Spring, N.C., residents held of "communistic" UNC.

Noted correspondents include historians C. Vann Woodward (folders 137, 147, 162, 171, 197, 216), Richard Leopold (folders 228, 234), David Potter (folders 164, 176, 216), R. D. W. Conner (folders 130, 141), Chester G. Starr (folder 227), J. de R. Hamilton (folders 133, 134, 140, 148, 166, 206), T. Harry Williams (folders 137-139, 142, 206, 218), Carl Bridenbaugh (folder 226), Crane Brinton (folder 242), Louis Gottschalk (folder 193), David Donald (folder 245), Kenneth Stampp (folder 210), Arthur Schlesinger (folder 137), R. R. Palmer (folder 217), E. Merton Coulter (folder 130, 134, 137, 148, 153, 158, 159, 171, 192, 200, 227), George V. Taylor (folders 214, 215, 223), Bell Wiley (folders 135, 140, 145, 155, 156, 162, 199, 218, 239), John Hope Franklin (folder 141), Charles Sydnor (folders 128, 146, 151, 158, 173, 196, 197, 211), E. P. Douglass (folder 219), James W. Patton (folders 129, 132, 133, 135, 136, 144, 145, 151, 165), Oscar Handlin (folders 184, 185), Howard K. Beale (folders 152, 188, 193, 194, 196, 201, 213, 217, 226, 238), Clement Eaton (folders 136, 142, 186), A. R. Newsome (folder 176), Culver H. Smith (folders 148, 152, 154, 169), George Mowry (folders 141, 148), Frank Klingberg (folder 135, 151, 210, 223, 229, 237); political figures Robert S. Kerr, Governor of Oklahoma (folder 136), U.S. Senators Clyde Hoey (folder 195) and Richard B. Russell (folder 230), N.C. Governors Luther Hodges (folder 232) and W. Kerr Scott (folder 184); and UNC administrators Frank P. Graham (folder 167), William Friday (folder 206), and R. B. House (folders 171, 196).

Green students represented in the correspondence include George Tindall (folders 170, 176, 177, 180, 182, 184, 186-189, 191-194, 196-199, 202, 208, 213, 216, 229), Dewey Grantham (folders 158, 161, 165, 167, 171, 173, 179, 183, 184, 185, 192, 197, 198, 207, 224, 225, 233, 236), John Snell (folders 181, 185, 207, 219, 237), Porter Fortune (folders 132, 133, 148, 11158, 161, 170, 179, 201, 205, 211), Alfred Chandler (folders 138, 140, 142, 157, 163, 168, 178, 190-192), Robert Lively (folders 160, 173, 177, 196, 223, 226, 228, 246), Mary E. Massey (folders 136, 149, 159, 162, 163, 173, 175, 177, 182, 192, 193, 196, 202, 208, 215, 234), Jack Rabun (folders 173, 174), Rembert Patrick (folders 128, 131, 142, 148, 158, 164, 170, 174, 206, 207, 211, 216, 220, 226, 227, 230), Arthur Link (folders 128, 130, 133, 136, 142, 150, 157, 169, 170 176), Charles Sellers (folders 177, 181, 184, 195, 204, 223, 228, 229 236), Isaac Copeland (folders 201, 208, 219, 222, 223, 227-229, 231, 232, 237), and Allen Going (folders 130, 135, 136, 142, 149, 155, 166, 176, 183, 186, 200, 205, 217, 219).

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September 1945-December 1945 112 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 128-131

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1946 181 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 132-136

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1947 321 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 135-146

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1948 307 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 147-158

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1949 326 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 159-169

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1950 374 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 170-181

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1951 272 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 182-192

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1952 278 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 193-201

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1953 396 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 202-213

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1954 358 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 214-225

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1955 557 items #04265, Subseries: "September 1945-1955." Folder 226-237

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The correspondence from this period touches on Green's tenure as president of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, desegregation, politics, and the activities of Green's students. Notable letters include observations on the desegregation controversy at Winthrop College, S.C., by Mary Elizabeth Massey (folder 268), and in Mississippi by Green student Bill Scarborough (folder 284), as well as a letter from George B. Tindall dealing with possible interracial meeting sites for the Southern Historical Association.

Green's correspondents include historians Daniel J. Boorstin (folder 269), Norman Graebner (folders 269, 272), Francis Butler Simkins (folder 281), C. Vann Woodward (folders 238, 251), Richard Current (folder 268), Robin Higham (folder 267), Crane Brinton (folder 242), J. G. de R. Hamilton (folder 254), E. P. Douglass (folders 254, 255, 259, 267), T. Harry Williams (folders 259, 260), David Donald (folders 245, 251, 261, 262), Philip Van Doren Stern (folder 238), John Snell (folders 247, 268, 278), Frank Klingberg (folders 243, 245, 254), Frank Vandiver (folder 261), Clement Eaton (folders 246, 253, 283, 284), Howard K. Beale (folder 246, 259), W. C. Binkley (folders 240, 250, 274, 278), John Hope Franklin (folders 255, 267); newspaper editor Virginius Dabney (folder 271),; as well as Terry Sanford (folders 269, 284), Carlyle Sitterson (folders 255, 267), and Frank P. Graham (folders 243, 244, 248).

Green students represented include Rembert Patrick (folders 238, 240, 257, 263, 265, 270, 273, 279, 281-284), Isaac Copeland (folders 238-245, 248, 251, 254, 259-263, 268, 271, 278, 281), Dewey Grantham (folders 241, 244, 252, 256, 262, 265, 266, 273-276, 279, 280, 284), Arthur Link (folders 251, 265, 279, 280), Paul Gaston (folders 244, 254, 258, 259, 260, 263, 273, 279, 280, 286), Hugh F. Rankin (folders 256, 258, 259, 263, 264, 266, 268, 273, George B. Tindall (folders 251-255, 259, 260, 267) and Mary E. Massey (folders 238-287).

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1956 420 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 238-248

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1957 290 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 249-257

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1958 217 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 258-263

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1959 155 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 264-268

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1960 150 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 269-273

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1961 135 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 274-278

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1962 105 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 279-282

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1963 143 items #04265, Subseries: "1956-1963." Folder 283-287

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1964-1977.

Correspondence during these years concerns Green's retirement, his appointment as Harmsworth Professor at Oxford, activities of former students, and the work of various historical associations (especially the Southern Historical Association).

Prominent individuals represented in the correspondence include Frank P. Graham (folder 288), Carlyle Sitterson (folder 308), David Potter (folders 292, 297), Dumas Malone (folders 298, 306), T. Harry Williams (folder 307, 310), David Donald (folder 320), and William Powell (folder 327).

Green students represented include Mary E. Massey (scattered throughout), Dewey Grantham (scattered throughout), Hugh Rankin (folder 297), E. Merton Coulter (folder 308), Bell Wiley (folder 295), Arthur Link (folders 297, 298, 306, 310, 331, 333, 335), Porter Fortune (folders 306, 338, 341), and George Tindall (folders 289, 303, 306).

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1964 85 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 288-291

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1965 88 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 292-296

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1966 78 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 297-300

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1967 105 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 301-306

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1968 85 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 307-311

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1969 60 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 312-314

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1970 105 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 315-322

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1971 90 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 323-328

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1972 100 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 329-336

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1973 50 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 337-341

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1974 30 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 342-344

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1975 20 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 345-346

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1976 10 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 347

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1977 10 items #04265, Subseries: "1964-1977." Folder 348

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Various undated letters, telegrams, and memoranda covering Green's administrative and academic work, as well as that of his colleagues and students.

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Undated (incoming) 47 items #04265, Subseries: "Undated." Folder 349

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Undated (outgoing) 12 items #04265, Subseries: "Undated." Folder 350

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Personal Correspondence, 1898-1978 and undated.

About 6,000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1898-1939.

This period covers the courtship of Fletcher Green and Mary Frances Black and their following marriage. Much of the correspondence concerns their own relationship and dealings with family members. Among the social matters discussed during these years and subsequent decades are travels in the Southeast, illnesses, child rearing, academic and social affairs at UNC and Emory, economic conditions, Southern cooking, and education.

Among the more frequent correspondents are Carolyn Black (Dalla Valle), Green's sister-in-law; Ramsey Black (also known as "Bubba", "B", and "Brother"); Mrs. W. A. Black, Green's mother-in-law; Mary Frances B. Green (also known as "T.T."); and Fletcher Green.

Most of the letters during this era were written from Chapel Hill, N.C., and various cities in Georgia, such as Atlanta (Emory University) and Dalton. The highlights include a discussion of the following: UNC (folders 390-391, 393 -397, 450-452), Emory University (folders 432-447), Greensboro, N.C. (473-481), Richmond (folder 452), and New York City (folders 474-477).

Other areas of interest are the remarks about economic conditions in Georgia during the Depression (folder 407), Green's comments on President Herbert Hoover and the Bonus Marchers while he was researching in Washington, D.C. (folders 408-411), and a letter from Frank Porter Graham (folder 389).

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1898-1907 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 351

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1930 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 371-389

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1933 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 425-431

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1934 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 432-439

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1935 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 440-447

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1936 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 448-454

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1937 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 455-462

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1938 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 463-470

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1939 #04265, Subseries: "1898-1939." Folder 471-483

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This decade includes Green's continuing tenure at UNC and his stints as visiting professor at Harvard and Columbia universities. The general topics of conversation are very similar to those from 1904-1939, with the exception of adjustments made to a wartime economy.

While at Harvard (folders 549-582, 591-599), Green wrote several letters to his wife. The more notable persons mentioned include Arthur M. Schlesinger, Sr.; Frederick Merk; and Arthur S. Link. Green also notes the differences between Southern and Northern cultures and educational methods, and remarks as well about Afro Americans at Harvard (folder 554) and the women of Radcliffe College.

Comments from Mary Frances B. Green at Chapel Hill concern polio (folders 507, 551), bond drives, rationing, the training of military officers at UNC, women's role at the home front, the Southern Council (folders 546, 547) and Communism.

After World War II, Green taught for a term at Columbia University in New York City (folders 632-637). In his letters, Green mentions Allan Nevins and Samuel E. Morrison along with sketches of events relating to the university and city.

Carolyn Black also lived in New York City, employed as a librarian (folders 487 490), and noted differences between the North and South, the ethnic groups and pace of city life. Later, she moved to Greensboro, N.C. (folders 494-497, 487-489, 491-493, 495-496), then to employment at Agnes Scott College, and finally to Georgia Tech (folders 629-638).

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1940 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 494-510

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1941 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 511-527

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1942 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 528-543

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1943 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 544-582

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1944 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 583-589

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1945 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 590-605

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1946 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 606-616

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1947 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 617-621

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1948 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 622-628

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1949 #04265, Subseries: "1940-1949." Folder 629-638

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Letters throughout this decade are similar to previous years. There is an ongoing discussion about UNC, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, travels in the South, and polio (folders 645-648). Green returned to Columbia during the summer of 1950 (folders 642-647) and mentions George B. Tindall and other graduate students.

As Green's children matured, they attended summer camps, and entered preparatory schools, colleges, and military service. All of the children wrote home about their experiences. Carolyn Green studied at Randolph Macon Women's College in Lynchburg, Va. (folders 658-664, 667-671, 680-681, 685-689, 690, 691). Her letters mention faculty members, sorority and social activities, classes, and fellow students.

Fletcher Green II entered the U.S. Army as a private. He completed basic training at Ft. Jackson, Columbia, S.C., and counter-intelligence school in Maryland (folders 663-666). Later, he served in West Germany. His primary duty station was at Wuerzburg, about sixty miles southeast of Frankfurt-on-Main; he was later detached from his unit to study German at a foreign language school at Oberammergau near Munich (folders 667-675).

Fletcher Green's youngest son, R. Ramsey Green, entered the Darlington School in Rome, Ga. (folders 674-676, 678-681). His letters mention sporting events, class work, and school activities.

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1950 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 639-648

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1951 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 649-652

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1952 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 653-657

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1953 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 658-662

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1954 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 663-668

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1955 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 669-673

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1956 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 674-679

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1957 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 680-684

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1958 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 685-689

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1959 #04265, Subseries: "1950-1959." Folder 690-692

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During this decade Fletcher and Mary Frances Green remained at Chapel Hill while their children left to seek employment. Elizabeth Green worked as a librarian at Harvard (folders 699-713), attended Columbia University Library School and worked in New York City (folders 715-744). Later, Elizabeth Green moved to Rye, Westchester Co., N.Y., with her husband (folders 745-756). While a resident in the Northeast, she discussed life at Harvard and Columbia, employment opportunities, the educational structure, and experiences of city living.

Robert Ramsey Green accepted a commission in the United States Marine Corps as a second lieutenant. His letters tell of training at Officers Candidate School and Basic School, at Quantico, Va. (folders 704-709), and his first duty station, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, N.C. Beginning in October 1962, he reveals his views on a possible conflict with Cuba, and the Marines Corps' reaction to the Cuban Missile Crisis (folders 709, 713, 718-720). Also during this period he was deployed with a U.S. Navy fleet to the Mediterranean Sea (folders 713-715, 721), and to Camp Garcia, Puerto Rico (folders 718-720). Other duty stations include Camp Pendleton, Calif. (folder 737), Vietnam (folder 745), and Camp Smith, Hawaii (750-753, 755).

After his military service tour, Fletcher Green II was employed by Proctor and Gamble. He and his family lived in Londonderry, Northern Ireland (folders 711-716) and Luxembourg (folders 717-719), before they returned to the United States.

Other notable letters are from Hugh Rankin of Tulane University (folders 693, 713, 723, 726) and to Mary Frances Green concerning the publication of Writing Southern History (folders 698, 703).

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1960 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 693-696

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1961 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 697-702

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1962 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 703-710

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1963 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 711-716

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1964 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 717-722

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1965 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 723-727

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1966 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 728-735

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1967 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 736-747

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1968 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 748-753

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1969 #04265, Subseries: "1960-1969." Folder 754-756

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Most of the dated letters from the 1970s are from the Green children. Other correspondence includes sympathy cards and notes concerning the illness and subsequent death of Fletcher Green (folders 769-776). Undated letters are from Carolyn Black Dalla Valle (folders 777-778), Mary Frances Black Green (folders 785-788), Fletcher Green (folder 789), Mrs. W. A. Black (folder 783) and the Green children (folders 781, 790). Also among these undated materials are greeting and get-well cards, invitations, and letters (folders 791-794).

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1970 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 756-759

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1971 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 760-761

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1972 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 762

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1973 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 763-764

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1974 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 765

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1975 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 766

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1976 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 767

1977 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 767

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1978 #04265, Subseries: "1970-1978, Undated." Folder 768-776

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Subject Files, 1934-1976.

About 970 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by file title.

This series consists of correspondence, memoranda, writings, and printed material related to various aspects of Green's professional career. Much of the material relates to the work of various historical societies, to university administration, and to various special committees and organizations to which Green belonged. Most of the folder headings are Green's own.

Notable items include letters from then Senator John F. Kennedy concerning Green's membership on an advisory panel to help select the five most outstanding United States Senators (Folder 875); a letter of recommendation for C. Vann Woodward, 10 December 1936 (folder 868); and a copy of a letter from George B. Tindall to Chase Mauney concerning the racial policy of the Southern Historical Association, 3 December 1959 (folder 878).

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Administrative Board of the Graduate School (UNC) 11 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 795

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Advisory Committee (UNC) 1960-1962 12 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 796

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Agricultural History Society 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 797

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Alpha Tau Omega 5 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 798

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Alumni Publications (History Dept.) 78 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 799-800

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American Association of University Professors 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 801

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American Historical Association, 1942-1968 32 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 802

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AHA Report on Graduate Education, 1959 4 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 803

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Annual Report, UNC History Dept., 1959-1960 20 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 804

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Arts and Science Travel Fund (UNC) 16 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 805

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Bancroft Prize Jury, Columbia University 15 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 806

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Byrd, James K.-Papers 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 807

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Carnegie Revolving Fund 22 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 808

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Clippings 5 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 809

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Collier's Encyclopedia 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 810

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Columbia University--Summer Session, 1950 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 811

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Committee on the Role of the Faculties (UNC) 15 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 812-813

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Dissertation Outlines--Completed 12 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 814

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Dissertations--Completed 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 815

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Emory Univ. Class of 1921--50th Anniversary Reunion 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 816

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Encyclopaedia Britannica 85 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 817-819

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Established Lectures, January 1959-December 1961 (UNC) 12 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 820

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Faculty Council (UNC) 1951-1966 11 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 821-822

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"Family in Southern History"--SHA 1967 9 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 823

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Gettysburg Civil War Conference 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 824

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Gonzales, John E. 1 item #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 825

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Graduate Committee, Department of History 1 item #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 826

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Professional Education Committee (UNC) 2 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 827

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Graduate School (UNC)--50th Anniversary, 1953 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 828

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Guggenheim Foundation 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 829

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Hamilton, J. G. deRoulhac 15 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 830

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Historical Society of North Carolina, 1948-1963 16 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 831

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History of the South--Text 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 832

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Hoffman, Donald--Phi Alpha Theta 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 833

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Honorary Degrees Committee (UNC), 1948-1963 73 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 834-838

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Joint Committee on the Library (UNC), 1951-1952 12 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 839

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Kettell, Thomas Prentice 2 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 840

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Library Collaboration Committee (UNC) 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 841

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Library Research Fund Committee (UNC) 8 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 842

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Library Studies Committee (UNC) 11 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 843

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Lincoln Educational Foundation, 1955-1958, 1976 7 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 844

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Mississippi Valley Historical Assoc.,1948-1965 85 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 845-849

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Nominating Committee-NCLHA 16 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 850

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N.C. Dept. of Archives and History,1955-1969 121 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 851-857

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The Order of Gimghoul 5 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 858

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Organization of American Historians, 1965-1968 10 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 859

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Other Committees and Organizations, 1923-1969 75 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 860-864

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Phi Alpha Theta 20 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 865

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Phi Beta Kappa 10 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 866

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Radio Committee, UNC, 1953-1954 5 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 867

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Recommendations, 1934-1971, undated 59 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 868-870

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Retirement Arrangements, 1963-1964 6 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 871

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Scales, Junius 8 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 872

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Self Study, UNC 28 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 873-874

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Senate Committee to Select Outstanding Senators 14 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 875

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Southern Council on International Relations 1 item #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 876

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Southern Historical Association, 1934-1972 26 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 877-878

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Southern Historical Association Council, 1962 23 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 879

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Southern Historical Association Program, 1943-1944 45 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 880

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Southern Historical Collection 25 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 881

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Sprunt Studies Committee (UNC) 1942-1965 90 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 882-884

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State Literary & Historical Assoc. of N.C., 1942-1970 28 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 885

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State of the University (UNC)--2nd Conference, 1954 10 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 886

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State of the University (UNC)--4th Conference, 1956 5 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 887

Folder 888

Tanner Award Committee (UNC) 2 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 888

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U.S. Armed Forces Institute 3 items #04265, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1934-1976." Folder 889

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971.

About 350 items.

Arrangement: topical, then chronological.

This series consists of typed and printed material such as correspondence, book reviews, lectures, speeches, articles, and a book draft written by Green related to various aspects of his professional career. Much of the material has been published in historical journals. Other items include correspondence with the presses of the universities of Florida and Alabama, and Vanderbilt University Press concerning the publication of monographs authored by Green.

Folder 890

Writings by F. M. Green 1924-1934 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 890

Folder 891

Writings by F. M. Green 1936-1940 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 891

Folder 892

Writings by F. M. Green 1941-1943 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 892

Folder 893

Writings by F. M. Green 1944-1948 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 893

Folder 893a

Writings by F. M. Green 1948-1949 (from 1996 Addition) #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 893a

Folder 894

Writings by F. M. Green 1950-1952 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 894

Folder 895

Writings by F. M. Green 1953-1954 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 895

Folder 896

Writings by F. M. Green 1955 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 896

Folder 897

Writings by F. M. Green 1956-1958 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 897

Folder 898

Writings by F. M. Green 1960 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 898

Folder 899

Writings by F. M. Green 1961-1962 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 899

Folder 900

Writings by F. M. Green 1964 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 900

Folder 901

Writings by F. M. Green 1966-1967 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 901

Folder 902

Writings by F. M. Green Draft of The Role of the Yankee in the Old South, 1971 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 902

Folder 903-914

Folder 903

Folder 904

Folder 905

Folder 906

Folder 907

Folder 908

Folder 909

Folder 910

Folder 911

Folder 912

Folder 913

Folder 914

Writings by F. M. Green Writings by F. M. Green, Undated #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 903-914

Folder 915

Writings by F. M. Green Letters from various publishers, 1963-1964, 1968 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 915

Folder 916

Writings by F. M. Green Correspondence with University of Florida Press, 1963-1966 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 916

Folder 917

Writings by F. M. Green Correspondence with University of Alabama Press, 1964-1965 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 917

Folder 918

Writings by F. M. Green Correspondence with Vanderbilt Press, 1965-1970 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 918

Folder 919

Unpublished Critiques 1934-1939 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 919

Folder 920

Unpublished Critiques 1940-1948 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 920

Folder 921

Unpublished Critiques 1951-1958 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 921

Folder 922

Unpublished Critiques 1962, 1970, Undated #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 922

Folder 923

Published Works of F. M. Green 1931-1937 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 923

Folder 924

Published Works of F. M. Green 1942-1947 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 924

Folder 925

Published Works of F. M. Green 1954-1959 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 925

Folder 926

Published Works of F. M. Green 1961-1965 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 926

Folder 927

Reviews of Books 1928-1933 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 927

Folder 928

Reviews of Books 1934-1935 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 928

Folder 929

Reviews of Books 1936-1941 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 929

Folder 930

Reviews of Books 1942-1944 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 930

Folder 931

Reviews of Books 1945-1947 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 931

Folder 932

Reviews of Books 1948-1952 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 932

Folder 933

Reviews of Books 1953-1955 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 933

Folder 934

Reviews of Books 1956-1958 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 934

Folder 935

Reviews of Books 1960-1962 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 935

Folder 936

Reviews of Books 1963-1965 #04265, Series: "3. Addresses and Writings, 1924-1971." Folder 936

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945.

About 75 items.

Arrangement: by course.

This series contains lectures, outlines, course syllabi, and notebooks used by Green. With the exception of the first two folders, this material is related to the classes taught by Green in American history at UNC and Harvard during the 1940s. The notebooks in the first two folders are outlines of historical periods and notes on texts used by Green in the early 1920s.

Folder 937-938

Folder 937

Folder 938

History Notebooks Kept by F. M. Green, 1921-1922 #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 937-938

Folder 939-945

Folder 939

Folder 940

Folder 941

Folder 942

Folder 943

Folder 944

Folder 945

Course Material for 254 #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 939-945

Folder 946

Course Material for 5b., 1943-1944 #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 946

Folder 947

Course Material for Special Subjects #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 947

Folder 948-950

Folder 948

Folder 949

Folder 950

Course Material for 163 #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 948-950

Folder 951-957

Folder 951

Folder 952

Folder 953

Folder 954

Folder 955

Folder 956

Folder 957

Course Material for 65b.-Harvard, 1944-1945 #04265, Series: "4. Course Material, 1921-1922, 1943-1945." Folder 951-957

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Other Papers, 1940-1970.

About 700 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. Financial and Legal Items, 1925-1970.

About 45 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

This subseries consists of bills, receipts, rental agreements, documentation concerning donations, legal and teaching agreements, and financial statements. Most of this material is related to the professional career of Green, but there are a few items concerning the Green household.

The items touching upon Green's role as a historian and educator include teaching agreements with the University of Tennessee and salary arrangements with UNC. This material also has acknowledgments of book donations to the UNC library and a monetary gift to the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity.

Folder 958

Financial and Legal Papers 1925-1935 #04265, Subseries: "5.1. Financial and Legal Items, 1925-1970." Folder 958

Folder 959

Financial and Legal Papers 1940-1953 #04265, Subseries: "5.1. Financial and Legal Items, 1925-1970." Folder 959

Folder 960

Financial and Legal Papers 1955-1970 #04265, Subseries: "5.1. Financial and Legal Items, 1925-1970." Folder 960

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980.

About 350 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

This subseries contains reviews, letters, photocopies of clippings, report cards, printed items, awards, and biographical material concerning Green's professional career. There is very little material related to Green's tour of duty in the U. S. Army or his days as a student and professor at Emory University.

The majority of the items are concerned with Green's years at UNC. This material includes a large number of reviews of four of Green's books, printed items gathered while he was the Harmsworth Professor of American History at Oxford, various historical awards presented to Green, and photographs of newspaper clippings.

Folder 961

FMG's Report Cards, 1916-1920 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 961

Folder 962

Emory DVS Fraternity Material, circa 1920-1966 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 962

Folder 963-967

Folder 963

Folder 964

Folder 965

Folder 966

Folder 967

Biographical Material about FMG #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 963-967

Folder 968

Government Documents Concerning FMG, 1919-1963 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 968

Folder 969

Letters of Recommendation for FMG, 1921-1922 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 969

Folder 970

Bibliographic Lists of the Work of FMG, 1922-1964 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 970

Folder 971

Items related to FMG, 1934-1978 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 971

Folder 972

Letters about FMG and Writings in Southern History, 1960-1976 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 972

Folder 973

Copies of Clippings related to FMG 1914-1939 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 973

Folder 974

Copies of Clippings related to FMG 1940-1959 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 974

Folder 975-976

Folder 975

Folder 976

Copies of Clippings related to FMG 1960-1969 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 975-976

Folder 977

Copies of Clippings related to FMG 1970-1980, Undated #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 977

Folder 978

Printed Items related to FMG 1920-1949 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 978

Folder 979

Printed Items related to FMG 1952-1968 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 979

Folder 980

Printed Items related to FMG 1975-1977, Undated #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 980

Folder 981

Reviews of Ferry Hill Plantation (1961) #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 981

Folder 982

Reviews of Southern Wealth and Northern Profits (1966) #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 982

Folder 983-984

Folder 983

Folder 984

Reviews of Democracy in the Old South.. (1969) #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 983-984

Folder 985

Reviews of The Role of the Yankee in the Old South (1972) #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 985

Folder 986

Reviews and Related Items #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 986

Folder 987-990

Folder 987

Folder 988

Folder 989

Folder 990

Oxford University Material, 1963-1969 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 987-990

Folder 991

Recording of the Presentation of an Honorary Degree, 6 June 1957 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 991

Folder 992-994

Folder 992

Folder 993

Folder 994

Awards presented to FMG #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 992-994

Folder 995-996

Folder 995

Folder 996

Letters concerning the death of FMG 1978-1980 #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 995-996

Folder 997-1000

Folder 997

Folder 998

Folder 999

Folder 1000

Information on FMG's Students #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 997-1000

Folder 1001-1002

Folder 1001

Folder 1002

Presentation Copies of Articles to FMG #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 1001-1002

Folder 1003

Typescript Copy of Reminiscences of Georgia by Emily P. Burke #04265, Subseries: "5.2. Items about Fletcher M. Green, 1916-1980." Folder 1003

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

This subseries consists of material related to the Green family. There is little mention of Fletcher Green. Instead, most of these items concern Mary Frances B. Green and the Green children. They include letters and report cards from various prep schools and universities, art work, information about service in the armed forces, and photocopies of news clippings.

Folder 1004

Material Concerning Mary Frances B. Green #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1004

Folder 1005

List of Students of Mary Frances B. Green #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1005

Folder 1006

Wedding Gifts Record Book, 16 August 1930 #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1006

Folder 1007

Items Related to the Green Family #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1007

Folder 1008

Material Concerning Fletcher Green II #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1008

Folder 1009

Material Concerning M. Carolyn Green Dow #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1009

Folder 1010

Material Concerning R. Ramsey Green 1943-1956 #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1010

Folder 1011

Material Concerning R. Ramsey Green 1957-1961 #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1011

Folder 1012

Material Concerning Elizabeth H. Green Fuller #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1012

Folder 1013

Children's Art Work, undated #04265, Subseries: "5.3. Other Family Items, 1920s-1960s." Folder 1013

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Pictures, circa 1933-1975.

101 items.

Arrangement: by type.

This series consists of personal and professional photographs of Green, his family, colleagues, and subjects of his research. The personal photographs (P-4265/1-52) include photographs of children, relatives, and friends. Numbers (P-4265/1-30) are cross-referenced here and the accompanying letters may be found in Subseries 2.1.

Among the professional photographs (P-4265/53-101) are images related to Green's research on the Methodist Church, Duff Green, and Georgia. There are also photos of his peers and colleagues, such as J. G. deR. Hamilton, J. C. Sitterson, and R. D. W. Connor. Other illustrations suggest Green's involvement with the North Carolina Dept. of Archives and History, the UNC history graduate school baseball team, and his appearance at various ceremonies and celebrations.

Folder 1014

P-4265/1-52. Personal Photographs #04265, Series: "6. Pictures, circa 1933-1975." Folder 1014

Folder 1015

P-4265/53-101. Professional Photographs #04265, Series: "6. Pictures, circa 1933-1975." Folder 1015

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170).

Folder 1016

Subject Files Blind Tom (1824) #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1016

Folder 1017

Subject Files Debt imprisonment notes #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1017

Folder 1018

Subject Files Ford, Timothy #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1018

Folder 1019

Subject Files Georgia leadership #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1019

Folder 1020

Subject Files Georgia republicans #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1020

Folder 1021

Subject Files Gilmore, James R. #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1021

Folder 1022

Subject Files Habersham, James #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1022

Folder 1023

Subject Files Hayden, Jacob #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1023

Folder 1024

Subject Files Immigration #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1024

Folder 1025

Subject Files Military schools #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1025

Folder 1026

Subject Files North Carolina leaders #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1026

Folder 1027

Subject Files North Carolina state fair #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1027

Folder 1028

Subject Files Patents #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1028

Folder 1029

Subject Files Price, Channing #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1029

Folder 1030

Writings and Related Materials Comments on "I Rode with Stonewall Jackson" #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1030

Folder 1031

Writings and Related Materials Chap. II: Growing Up on the Frontier #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1031

Folder 1032

Writings and Related Materials Chap. IV: A Pioneer Builder #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1032

Folder 1033

Writings and Related Materials Correspondence, 1930-1954 #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1033

Folder 1034

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes, A-B #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1034

Folder 1035

Duff Green Research and Notes C-F #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1035

Folder 1036

Duff Green Research and Notes G-H #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1036

Folder 1037

Duff Green Research and Notes I-M #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1037

Folder 1038

Duff Green Research and Notes N-Q #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1038

Folder 1039

Duff Green Research and Notes R-S #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1039

Folder 1040

Duff Green Research and Notes T-Z #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1040

Folder 1041-1046

Folder 1041

Folder 1042

Folder 1043

Folder 1044

Folder 1045

Folder 1046

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from the U.S. Telegraph, 1826-1837 #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1041-1046

Folder 1047

Duff Green Research and Notes Calhoun correspondence #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1047

Folder 1048

Duff Green Research and Notes Green books and writings #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1048

Folder 1049-1050

Folder 1049

Folder 1050

Duff Green Research and Notes Green papers, 1830-1875 #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1049-1050

Folder 1051

Duff Green Research and Notes Green letters, 1831-1853 #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1051

Folder 1052

Duff Green Research and Notes Related notes #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1052

Folder 1053

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from the Pilot and Transcript #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1053

Folder 1054

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from Missouri newspapers #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1054

Folder 1055

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from misc. newspapers #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1055

Folder 1056

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from the Buchanan papers #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1056

Folder 1057

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes from various manuscript collections #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1057

Folder 1058-1063

Folder 1058

Folder 1059

Folder 1060

Folder 1061

Folder 1062

Folder 1063

Duff Green Research and Notes Miscellaneous notes #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1058-1063

Folder 1064

Duff Green Research and Notes Notes & transcriptions #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1064

Folder 1065

Duff Green Research and Notes Articles and related materials #04265, Series: "Addition of November 1996 (Acc. 96170)." Folder 1065

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Processed by: John Beam, Benjamin H. Trask, February 1989; Tim Pyatt, February 1997

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