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James A. Hartness papers, 1932-1933

Author: J A Hartness
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Collection contains articles, speeches, correspondence, and miscellany. Included are several drafts of an article that Hartness wrote on Robert E. Lee and the Civil War. The Lee material includes commentary on General "Stonewall" Jackson, General Ulysses S. Grant, the Battle of Gettysburg, various Civil War campaigns, and the South before and during the war. Of major interest are two articles or speeches on the  Read more...
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Named Person: J A Hartness; Samuel A Ashe; Frances Renfrow Doak; Robert E Lee; Stonewall Jackson; Ulysses S Grant
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J A Hartness
OCLC Number: 40892998
Description: 0.055 cubic feet (25 items)
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Collection contains articles, speeches, correspondence, and miscellany. Included are several drafts of an article that Hartness wrote on Robert E. Lee and the Civil War. The Lee material includes commentary on General "Stonewall" Jackson, General Ulysses S. Grant, the Battle of Gettysburg, various Civil War campaigns, and the South before and during the war. Of major interest are two articles or speeches on the topic of prohibition and the repeal effort in 1933. Hartness had been Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League (1908) and a leading proponent of prohibition. Also pertaining to the prohibition issue is a printed broadside signed by Frances Renfrow Doak appealing to women voters of North Carolina and a typed tabulation of the statewide vote on the issue. Topics of other articles, speeches, and drafts in the collection include the Battle of Alamance (May 16, 1771), slavery, the "Old South," and portions of drafts concerning the Constitution and Jeffersonian America. Correspondence consists of a letter (1932) from S. A. Ashe commenting on Hartness' pamphlets on Robert E. Lee and Stone Mountain, Ga., and a printed campaign letter from Hartness appealing for support as a candidate for secretary of state (1932). Also included is a typescript account of a trip from North Carolina to California and a copy of Hartness's will.

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