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Charles Andrew Jonas papers, 1900-1945.

Author: Charles Andrew Jonas
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection includes correspondence, speeches, financial records, newspaper clippings, and pictures, chiefly 1940-1948, relating to the political and business careers and personal life of Jonas. Subjects include political campaigns; the Republican Party in North Carolina and South Carolina; the 1930 nomination of Judge John J. Parker to the U.S. Supreme Court; lay activities in the Methodist Church; and Jonas's  Read more...
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Named Person: Stuart W Cramer; Sim A DeLapp; Thomas E Dewey; William Preston Few, Mrs.; Charles Andrew Jonas; Charles R Jonas; Robert Hayes McNeill; John Johnston Parker; James E Shephard; Wendell L Willkie; B Carroll Reece
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Andrew Jonas
OCLC Number: 31069797
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#4536).
Description: ca. 3000 items (3.0 linear ft.)
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The collection includes correspondence, speeches, financial records, newspaper clippings, and pictures, chiefly 1940-1948, relating to the political and business careers and personal life of Jonas. Subjects include political campaigns; the Republican Party in North Carolina and South Carolina; the 1930 nomination of Judge John J. Parker to the U.S. Supreme Court; lay activities in the Methodist Church; and Jonas's treatment for cerebral arteriosclerosis after 1948. Correspondence is by and about prominent Republicans, including presidential candidates Thomas E. Dewey and Wendell Wilkie; North Carolina industrialist Stuart Cramer; North Carolina Republican Party chairman Sim DeLapp; Mrs. W.P. Few, Republican Party committeewoman from Durham, N.C.; North Carolina Republican gubernatoral candidate R.H. McNeill; B. Carroll Reece, chairman of the Republican National Committee in the 1940s; and James E. Shephard, president of North Carolina College for Negroes in Durham, N.C. There is also some personal correspondence between Jonas and his son Charles Raper Jonas.

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