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Glenn W. Rainey papers, 1917-1974.

Author: Glenn W Rainey; Dorothy Quattlebaum Rainey
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of the papers of Glenn Weddington Rainey from 1917-1974. The papers include correspondence; Mr. Rainey's manuscripts, notes, and published articles, etc.; and a series of subject folders. The correspondence dates from 1917-1974. Its greatest period of concentration is circa 1933-1949. Earlier correspondence is generally personal in nature, and later correspondence deals largely with Georgia  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscript
Named Person: Bruce Bliven; Ernest Hartsock; Nat G Long; Devereaux McClatchey; Ralph McGill; Peter S Porohovshikov; Rainey family.; Lillian Eugenia Smith; Paula Snelling; Dorothy Rogers Tilly; C Vann Woodward
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn W Rainey; Dorothy Quattlebaum Rainey
OCLC Number: 122385915
Language Note: Materials entirely in English.
Description: 9.25 linear ft. (19 boxes, 9 bound v. (BV), 2 oversized papers (OP), and 2 oral histories (OH)

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The collection consists of the papers of Glenn Weddington Rainey from 1917-1974. The papers include correspondence; Mr. Rainey's manuscripts, notes, and published articles, etc.; and a series of subject folders. The correspondence dates from 1917-1974. Its greatest period of concentration is circa 1933-1949. Earlier correspondence is generally personal in nature, and later correspondence deals largely with Georgia Tech affairs. Letters of Ernest Hartsock (3 items, 1925-1930) and Lillian Smith (54 items, 1936-1948) are included here. There is also an exchange of letters between Mr. Rainey and his longtime friend, the historian C. Vann Woodward (213 items, 1929-1938). Subject folders in the collection cover a wide range of Mr. Rainey's activities. Folders with the greatest concentration of material include those concerned with the following: Commission On Interracial Cooperation, Committee for Georgia, Emory University, Georgia Education Association, Georgia Tech (78 folders), miscellaneous material, the poll tax, Lillian Smith and Paula Snelling, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, and the Southern Regional Council.

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