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Hoch family collection : Charles Lee Smith papers, 1774-1951.

Author: Charles Lee Smith; Edwards and Broughton Company (Raleigh, N.C.)
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly correspondence, newspapers, land grants, autograph collection, subject file including invitations, obituaries, speeches, eulogies, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, cards, brochures, and other papers, of Charles Lee Smith (1865-1951). Includes material relating to Democratic party matters; Literary and Historical Society, Raleigh, N.C.; North Carolina Peace Convention, Raleigh, 1913; candidacy of
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Genre/Form: Autographs
Land grants
Correspondence
Named Person: Richard Theodore Ely; James Larkin Pearson; Edith Taylor Earnshaw; Kate Mason Rowland; Cora Aycock; Josiah William Bailey; Thomas Walter Bickett; William Preston Bynum; Clarence Cannon; Gertrude Sprague Carraway; Robert Gregg Cherry; Henry G Connor; Charles Christopher Crittenden; Willis Richard Cullom; Rebecca Cushman; Josephus Daniels; Archibald Dixon, Mrs.; William Edward Dodd; Inglis Fletcher; Douglas Southall Freeman; John Calvin French; Bernice Kelly Harris; Archibald Henderson; Daniel Harvey Hill; Franklin P Hobgood; Clyde Roark Hoey; Manley O Hudson; Robert Lee Humber; James Yadkin Joyner; Alice Barnwell Keith; Maude M Latham; Clarence Hamilton Poe; William Blount Rodman; Furnifold M Simmons; Benjamin Stedd; Max Steele; Zebulon Baird Vance; Stephen B Weeks; Pauline Marion Worthy
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Lee Smith; Edwards and Broughton Company (Raleigh, N.C.)
OCLC Number: 70952768
Description: 5 linear ft.

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Chiefly correspondence, newspapers, land grants, autograph collection, subject file including invitations, obituaries, speeches, eulogies, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, cards, brochures, and other papers, of Charles Lee Smith (1865-1951). Includes material relating to Democratic party matters; Literary and Historical Society, Raleigh, N.C.; North Carolina Peace Convention, Raleigh, 1913; candidacy of politicians; Chamber of Commerce; Red Cross; North Carolina Council of Defense; federal loan to Rex Hospital; consolidation of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, and North Carolina State University; bills in Congress, especially selective service and anti-communist legislation; Raleigh Sesquicentennial Celebration, 1942; Raleigh Community Chest; Harry E.F. Byrd; Associate Justice A.A.F. Seawell; United War Fund Campaign; World Federation; civilian war efforts; Raleigh History Club; bibliophiles; references to History of Education in North Carolina by Smith; celebration of his 80th birthday; History of Printing in North Carolina published by Edwards and Broughton Company; and Woman's Club of Raleigh. Autograph collection includes a series of letters concerning library services to the blind.

Major correspondents include Richard T. Ely, economist; James Larkin Pearson, poet, Boomer, N.C.; Edith Taylor Earnshaw, Wake Forest; and Kate Mason Rowland. Other correspondents include Cora Aycock, Josiah Bailey, T.W. Bickett, W.P. Bynum, Clarence Cannon, Gertrude Carraway, Robert Gregg Cherry, Henry G. Connor, Christopher Crittenden, W.R. Cullom, Rebecca Cushman, Josephus Daniels, Susan Dixon (Mrs. Archibald Dixon), William E. Dodd, Inglis Fletcher, Douglas Freeman, John C. French, Bernice K. Harris, Archibald Henderson, D.H. Hill, F.P. Hobgood, Clyde Hoey, Manley O. Hudson, Robert Lee Humber, J.Y. Joyner, Alice Barnwell Keith, Maude M. Latham, Clarence Poe, W.B. Rodman, Jr., Furnifold Simmons, Benjamin Stedd, Max Steele, Zebulon Vance, Stephen B. Weeks, and Pauline Worthy (Mrs. Ford Worthy).

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