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Papers, 1904-1991.

Author: Virginia Foster DurrGould BeechHugo LaFayette BlackHugo Black, Jr.Elizabeth BlackAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers contain correspondence, letters, clippings, photographs, awards, certificates, ephemera, and printed materials. The primary topics discussed are her family and friends, civil rights and voting in the South, and politics in the U.S. and in Ala. Correspondence and letters constitute one-half of the collection, and clippings one-fourth. Of particular interest is the correspondence with the Harkness
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Genre/Form: Awards
Clippings
Correspondence
Letterheads
Letters
Photoprints
Named Person: Clifford J Durr; James O Eastland; Rice family.; George C Wallace
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Virginia Foster Durr; Gould Beech; Hugo LaFayette Black; Hugo Black, Jr.; Elizabeth Black; Josephine Foster Black; Julian Bond; Edward M Brecher; Angus Cameron; William Sloane Coffin, Jr.; Lulah Johnston Durr Colan; Edith Dabbs; John Doar; James A Dombrowski; William O Douglas; Lucy Durr Dunn; Anne Patterson Durr; Clifford J Durr; James Judkins Durr; John Wesley Durr; Lucy Judkins Durr; Kate Durr Elmore; Stanhope Elmore; James Elisha Folsom; Abe Fortas; Anne Patterson Foster; Hugh Foster; Sterling J Foster; John Hope Franklin; Helen Fuller; Rudy Gilbert; Mary W Goldthwaite; C G Gomillion; Virginia Jemison Goodall; Anna Graham; George A Graham; Katharine Graham; F Sheldon Hackney; Lucy Judkins Durr Hackney; Grover Cleveland Hall; Nat Hentoff; Myles Horton; Milo Barrett Howard; Lady Bird Johnson; Lyndon B Johnson; Paul Johnston; Robert E Jones; Willulah Judkins; Estes Kefauver; John P Kohn; William L Langer; Herbert Henry Lehman; Anthony Lester; David Eli Lilienthal; Anne Patterson Durr Lyon; George S McGovern; Julian L McPhillips; Carey McWilliams; Dorothy Maund; Ralph Milibrand; Arthur Miller; Newton N Minow; Wayne L Morse; Otto Nathan; Edwin H Newman; Lawrence Francis O'Brien; Sabine Offe; Tilla Parker; Hamilton Patterson; Drew Pearson; Claude Pepper; Walker Percy; Justine Wise Polier; Louis Halprin Pollak; Albert Rains; E Turner Rice; Richard Taylor Rives; Eleanor Roosevelt; Pete Seeger; Ben Smith; Moreland G Smith; John Sparkman; Cash M Stanley; Louis M Starr; Jonathan Steele; Studs Terkel; Thomas R Thrasher; Barbara Vaughan; Dorothy Wedderburn; Gerald T White; William Allen White; James H Wolfe; Michael Yudkin; Governmental Affairs Institute.; Southern Regional Council.
OCLC Number: 122507748
Reproduction Notes: Photocopied.
Description: 1.3 cubic ft. (4 archives boxes, 1 oversized folder)

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These papers contain correspondence, letters, clippings, photographs, awards, certificates, ephemera, and printed materials. The primary topics discussed are her family and friends, civil rights and voting in the South, and politics in the U.S. and in Ala. Correspondence and letters constitute one-half of the collection, and clippings one-fourth. Of particular interest is the correspondence with the Harkness Fellows, who were European students studying in the U.S., as well as the correspondence with Hugo L. Black, and his second wife, Elizabeth, and with Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson.

Other prominent correspondents included: Julian Bond, Angus Cameron, William Sloan Coffin, John Doar, James Dombrowski, William O. Douglas, James E. Folsom, Abe Fortas, John Hope Franklin, Helen Fuller, Katherine Graham, Grover Cleveland Hall Sr., Estes Kefauver, Herbert H. Lehman, David E. Lilienthal, Carey McWilliams, Arthur Miller, Drew Pearson, Walker Percy, Claude Pepper, Albert Raines, Richard T. Rives, Pete Seeger, Eleanor Roosevelt, John Sparkman, Harlan F. Stone, Studs Terkel, and William Allen White.

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