William E. Gonzales papers, 1922-1937. (Archival material, 1922) [WorldCat.org]
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William E. Gonzales papers, 1922-1937.

Author: William E Gonzales
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Mainly correspondence, 1926-1937, reflecting Gonzales' management of The State, his activities in state and local affairs, and his personal business interests, and documenting his efforts to increase the newspaper's circulation, attract advertising, boost state business, and compete with The Record, Columbia's afternoon newspaper, run first by William Lavarre, then by the International Paper Co., of N.Y.
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Genre/Form: Personal correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: W W Ball; Bernard M Baruch; Ibra C Blackwood; James F Byrnes; Ambrose Elliott Gonzales; Robert Beverley Herbert; McDavid Horton; Hugh MacRae; James Henry Rice; John G Richards; Franklin D Roosevelt; F W Ruckstull; Archibald Rutledge; Stanhope Sams; Edwin G Seibels; W W Ball; Bernard M Baruch; Ibra C Blackwood; James F Byrnes; Ambrose Elliott Gonzales; Robert Beverley Herbert; McDavid Horton; Hugh MacRae; James Henry Rice; John G Richards; Franklin D Roosevelt; F W Ruckstull; Archibald Rutledge; Stanhope Sams; Edwin G Seibels
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William E Gonzales
OCLC Number: 28409152
Description: 1837 items.

Abstract:

Mainly correspondence, 1926-1937, reflecting Gonzales' management of The State, his activities in state and local affairs, and his personal business interests, and documenting his efforts to increase the newspaper's circulation, attract advertising, boost state business, and compete with The Record, Columbia's afternoon newspaper, run first by William Lavarre, then by the International Paper Co., of N.Y.

Includes incoming letters praising Gonzales' editorial stands on child labor, race relations, and other issues of the day; personal correspondence reflecting his leadership activity and interest in The Community Chest, Woodyard Fund, Rotary Club, Trinity Episcopal Church, Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home, and affairs in Latin America; and papers documenting the management of Fairwold Farm, which belonged to his deceased brother, Ambrose Gonzales, and was later renamed Fairwold Farm Dairy, located outside of Columbia.

Correspondents include William Watts Ball, Bernard Baruch, Ibra C. Blackwood, James F. Byrnes, Robert Beverley Herbert, McDavid Horton, Hugh MacRae, James Henry Rice, Jr., John G. Richards, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fred Wellington Ruckstull, Archibald Rutledge, Stanhope Sams, Edwin G. Seibels, Ellison D. Smith, Harry Worcester Smith, Leroy Springs, and Frank C. Withers.

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