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Bassett Affair collection, 1903-2003.

Author: Duke University. University Archives.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection contains essays, articles, clippings, correspondence, reminiscences, and other published and unpublished matter including Bassett's article, "Stirring Up the Fires of Race Antipathy" (1903); a scrapbook (1903-1904) kept by Trinity College officials with newspaper clippings documenting national coverage the case received; copies of letters by Theodore Roosevelt to Owen Wister (1906) commenting on the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Clippings
Scrapbooks
Named Person: John Spencer Bassett; Joseph Daniels; Robert Lee Durham; Terry Sanford
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Duke University. University Archives.
OCLC Number: 53906263
Description: 300 items (2.0 linear ft.)
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The collection contains essays, articles, clippings, correspondence, reminiscences, and other published and unpublished matter including Bassett's article, "Stirring Up the Fires of Race Antipathy" (1903); a scrapbook (1903-1904) kept by Trinity College officials with newspaper clippings documenting national coverage the case received; copies of letters by Theodore Roosevelt to Owen Wister (1906) commenting on the case and on Trinity; manuscripts of "My Recollections of the Bassett Trial," by Robert Lee Durham (1936), "The Bassett Affair: A Play in Six Acts," by Baird Straughan (1975), and "Crisis at Trinity" a play by John Merritt (1989); lists of related materials in other collections; and various shorter articles and speeches including comments by Richard L. Watson, and an address to the Academic Council by Terry Sanford. The collection also features clippings and addresses related to the Bassett Affair centennial celebration in 2003.

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