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R. B. House papers, 1916-1973.

Author: R B House
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, writings, and other materials chiefly relating to House's administrative career at UNC. Much of the correspondence centers around administrative problems, especially budgetary issues. There are also letters in which House expressed his views on race relations, Communism in the 1950s, and other topics. Among the correspondents are Josephus Daniels, Harry Chase, William Umstead, singer Kate Smith,  Read more...
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Named Person: Harry Woodburn Chase; Francis O Clarkson; R D W Connor; Hardin Craig; Jonathan Daniels; Josephus Daniels; Carl Thomas Durham; Oliver Max Gardner; Frank Porter Graham; Gordon Gray; R B House; Terry Sanford; Kate Smith; Sallie Drake Twitty; William Bradley Umstead; Louis Round Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: R B House
OCLC Number: 30485688
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3581).
Description: 7500 items (6.0 linear feet).
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Correspondence, writings, and other materials chiefly relating to House's administrative career at UNC. Much of the correspondence centers around administrative problems, especially budgetary issues. There are also letters in which House expressed his views on race relations, Communism in the 1950s, and other topics. Among the correspondents are Josephus Daniels, Harry Chase, William Umstead, singer Kate Smith, Francis O. Clarkson, R. D. W. Connor, Frank Porter Graham, Gordon Gray, Jonathan Daniels, Carl T. Durham, O. Max Gardner, Terry Sanford, Hardin Craig, and Louis R. Wilson. Also included are some family correspondence with House's Thelma, Halifax County, N.C., relatives, and letters and other materials relating to House's activities with the University United Methodist Church and to his harmonica playing at speeches and on television. Writings include numerous speeches, reviews, and radio addresses relating to UNC, to North Carolina history, and to House's historical sketch of Sallie Drake Twitty. Pictures are chiefly photographs of House at official UNC functions.

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