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E.Y. Webb papers, 1901-1955.

Author: E Y Webb
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains primarily correspondence documenting Webb's career in Congress and on the bench. Congressional correspondence concerns the interests of constituents; prohibition, of which Webb was a leading advocate; agricultural and labor legislation; the tariff; nativism; women's suffrage; pure food and drug laws; issues surrounding World War I; Democratic Party politics; Webb's re-election campaigns; and
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Josiah William Bailey; David Clark; Heriot Clarkson; Henry G Connor; Josephus Daniels; Herbert L Davis; Oliver Max Gardner; Wade H Harris; Clyde Roark Hoey; Charles Andrew Jonas; Claude Kitchin; Isaac Melson Meekins; Odus M Mull; Lee S Overman; Robert Newton Page; John Johnston Parker; Clarence Hamilton Poe; William Louis Poteat; Joseph Hyde Pratt; Daniel Augustus Tompkins; E Y Webb; Woodrow Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: E Y Webb
OCLC Number: 27183734
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3482).
Description: 8, 000 items (10.0 linear ft.)
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The collection contains primarily correspondence documenting Webb's career in Congress and on the bench. Congressional correspondence concerns the interests of constituents; prohibition, of which Webb was a leading advocate; agricultural and labor legislation; the tariff; nativism; women's suffrage; pure food and drug laws; issues surrounding World War I; Democratic Party politics; Webb's re-election campaigns; and other matters.

Beginning in 1919, correspondence relates to law; the judiciary; politics; civic and personal concerns, including Gardner-Webb College; and national, state, and local prohibition. Also included are papers relating to bankruptcy proceedings against the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company.

Prominent correspondents include Odus M. Mull, Webb's law partner in Shelby, N.C.; Charles A. Jonas; Robert N. Page; Herbert L. Davis; Josiah W. Bailey; David Clark; Heriot Clarkson; Henry Groves Connor; Josephus Daniels; O. Max Gardner; Wade Hampton Harris; Clyde R. Hoey; Claude Kitchin; Isaac M. Meekins; Lee S. Overman; John J. Parker; Clarence H. Poe; William Louis Poteat; Joseph Hyde Pratt; Daniel A. Tompkins; and Woodrow Wilson.

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