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William Best Hesseltine papers, 1856-1964.

Author: William Best Hesseltine
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of a University of Wisconsin professor of history and Civil War scholar relating to his teaching, research, and writing projects. Extensive general correspondence provides insights and commentary on academic life at a major university and demonstrates the inter-relationships of the national community of historians. The collection also contains correspondence and administrative papers relating to Hesseltine's
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Named Person: Stephen E Ambrose; Howard K Beale; Charles A Beard; Frank L Byrne; Vernon Rosco Carstensen; Bruce Catton; Robert D Clark; Arthur Charles Cole; Marcus Cunliffe; Richard Nelson Current; Merle Curti; Edward Everett Dale; Anna Mae Davis; Chester Verne Easum; Leslie H Fishel; John Hope Franklin; Frank Freidel; Larry Gara; U S Grant; Fred Harvey Harrington; John Donald Hicks; Jim Dan Hill; Richard Hofstader; Merrill Jensen; Paul Knaplund; Isabel Bacon La Follette; Robert M La Follette; Thomas Harold LeDuc; Clifford L Lord; Joseph McCarthy; Don McNeil; Curtis Putman Nettels; Allan Nevins; Louis Pelzer; Earl S Pomeroy; Benjamin Quarles; J G Randall; Sam Ross; David Smiley; Alice E Smith; Kenneth M Stampp; Norman Thomas; David Dirk Van Tassell; Bennett H Wall; T Harry Williams; William Appleman Williams; Carl Frederick Wittke; Hazel Catherine Wolf; C Vann Woodward; Richard D Younger; Roman Zorn
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Best Hesseltine
OCLC Number: 145776949
Description: 30.0 c.f. (72 archives boxes, 2 card file boxes, and 1 flat box)

Abstract:

Papers of a University of Wisconsin professor of history and Civil War scholar relating to his teaching, research, and writing projects. Extensive general correspondence provides insights and commentary on academic life at a major university and demonstrates the inter-relationships of the national community of historians. The collection also contains correspondence and administrative papers relating to Hesseltine's work with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the Southern Historical Association, and university committees. Research and writing projects include notes, drafts, manuscripts, and typescripts of his books, articles, reviews, and addresses. Other papers include lectures, syllabi, reading lists, clippings, and copies of publications. A biographical file contains legal and academic records, school papers and poetry, diplomas, and biographical and bibliographic records and clippings.

Prominent correspondents include Stephen Ambrose, Howard K. Beale, Charles Beard, Frank Byrne, Vernon Carstenson, Bruce Catton, Robert D. Clark, Arthur C. Cole, Marcus Cunliffe, Richard Current, Merle Curti, E. E. Dale, Anna Mae Davis, Chester Easum, Leslie H. Fishel, John Hope Franklin, Frank Freidel, Larry Gara, Ulysses S. Grant III, Fred Harvey Harrington, John D. Hicks, Jim Dan Hill, Richard Hofstader, Merrill Jensen, Paul Knaplund, Isabel La Follette, Robert Marion La Follette, Thomas LeDuc, Clifford Lord, Joseph McCarthy, Donald McNeil, Curtis Nettels, Allan Nevins, Louis Pelzer, Earl Pomeroy, Benjamin Quarles, James G. Randall, Sam Ross, David Smiley, Alice Smith, Kenny Stampp, Norman Thomas, David Van Tassell, Bennett Wall, T. Harry Williams, William Appleman Williams, Carl Wittke, Hazel Wolf, C. Vann Woodward, Richard Younger, and Roman Zorn.

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