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Peace, Roger C. (Roger Craft) 1899-1968

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Works: 8 works in 8 publications in 1 language and 8 library holdings
Genres: History  Portraits  Maps  Trials, litigation, etc 
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posthumous Publications by Roger C Peace, published posthumously.
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Most widely held works by Roger C Peace
Address of Hon. Roger C. Peace, chairman of the Preparedness for Peace Commission : delivered to the General Assembly of South Carolina, Thursday, February 8, 1945 by Roger C Peace ( Book )
1 edition published in 1945 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Walter J. Brown papers by Walter J Brown ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
He also worked for, and was interested in, the career of Alabama politician J. Thomas Heflin. Brown helped arrange Heflin's lecture tours, although almost all of the correspondence in the collection is to and from Heflin's secretary, J.L. Thornton. The papers contain posters and other advertisements for Heflin's lecture tours as well as material related to his 1930 senatorial campaign, which Brown reported on. The collection also includes photographs of Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon as well as historic photographs and postcards of Thomson, Georgia. Other audiovisual materials include sound recordings of political advertisements, political commentary, and of eulogies given at the funeral of James F. Byrnes. Finally, there are a number of artifacts including convention delegate badges and press credentials, political buttons, and small pieces of rubble from Berchtesgaden, Germany in the papers. Other topics represented in the papers include anti-Catholicism; civil rights and segregation; the Leo Frank case; Georgia politics; Hickory Hill, Tom Watson's home; opposition to the relocation I-85 around Spartanburg, S.C., in the 1980s; prominent South Carolinians in Washington, D.C., including Leonore Fuller, Byrnes' sister; Spartan Communications, which include several letters referring to the long legal fight to build a broadcasting tower on Hogback Mountain for WSPA; travel to the Soviet Union; and opposition to American entry into World War I. Correspondents or other authors represented in the collection include Carroll Campbell, Turner Catledge, the Federal Highway Administration, Robert Figg, J. Thomas Heflin, Ernest Hollings, Burnet R. Maybank, Porter McKeever, Roger Peace, the State Department of Transportation, Donald Russell, Richard B. Russell, Jr., Strom Thurmond, and C.C. Wyche. The papers also include correspondence between various members of the Brown family; in particular between Walter J. Brown and his father, John Judson, and with his brother Sylvester V. Brown
Ben Robertson papers by Ben Robertson ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence from personal friends, journalists and authors; carbon copies of correspondence reflecting relationships with a diverse group of friend such as Edward R. Murrow, Lady Astor, Edgar Snow, Tom Waring, Roger Peace, and staff at foreign embassies; newspaper and magazine articles; book reviews of his books; original and photocopied, handwritten and typed journal entries, 1923-1943; annotated drafts of articles, cables, novels, stories; published articles; galleys and proofs; posthumous biographical information prepared by Charles H. Busha, M.D. Klaas; and Mary Bowen Robertson Longley, Robertson's sister. Reviews of Mrs. Longley's book, The Pilgrim, 1965, based upon Robertson's writing, are in the collection. Single items exist from Thomas Wolfe, George Washington Carver, and Margaret Mitchell. (copies)
James F. Byrnes papers by James F Byrnes ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The James F. Byrnes papers consist of advertisements, architectural drawings, articles, artifacts, audiovisual materials, campaign materials, certificates, clippings, correspondence, editorials, executive orders, galley proofs, journals, laws and legal documents, legislative bills, lists, maps, microfilm, minutes, petitions, political cartoons, postcards, photographs, publications, reports, scrapbooks, speeches, telegrams, transcripts, and other material. Material in this collection cover the period 1831-2007, with the bulk of the material covering the period midway through his first term as U.S. Senator in 1933 to his death in 1972. The James F. Byrnes papers document his career as a U.S. Senator, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Director of the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion (OWMR) during World War II, U.S. Secretary of State and Governor of South Carolina. There is also material relating to his personal life; to his business affairs, including serving on the board of directors of the Newmont Mining Corporation; to his service on the Clemson College Board of Trustees; to the founding of the James F. Byrnes Foundation, which gives scholarships to South Carolina orphans; and to the writing of his two autobiographies, "Speaking Frankly" and "All in One Lifetime." The papers provide evidence of his close relationship with President Franklin D. Roosevelt as Byrnes helps him pass New Deal legislation during the Depression and then coordinates the home front economy during the World War II. They also document Byrnes' role in the immediate post-war peace process and the beginning of the Cold War, especially concerning U.S. policy on the reconstruction of Germany and its reintegration into world affairs. Finally, the collection has material concerning his growing disenchantment with the Democratic Party over civil rights, his support for Dwight Eisenhower in the 1952 presidential campaign, and his continuing disagreement over Supreme Court decisions against segregation, especially school segregation. Items of particular interest include the shorthand notes Byrnes took at the 1945 Yalta Conference; "W.B.'s book," which are excerpts from the journal Walter Brown kept while accompanying Byrnes to the Potsdam Conference in 1945; and Edwin W. Pauley's journal describing the trip of the U.S. Reparations Mission to what would become North Korea in 1946 and photographs from the Mission's visit to Manchuria that same year. There is also a great deal of material relating to the creation and the progress of the Santee-Cooper Power and Navigation Project from 1933-1941, including of photographs of historic homes in the inundation area, and minutes of the Potsdam Conference, Paris Peace Conference, and meetings of the Council of Foreign Ministers from 1945-1946
On the direction of the US peace movement ( )
1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
 
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English (8)