MARTIN, HAROLD H.
Harold H. Martin papers,
Harold H. Martin papers, 1837-1977
Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Atlanta, GA 30322
Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8zmg0
Table of Contents
|Creator:||Martin, Harold H.|
|Title:||Harold H. Martin papers, 1837-1977|
|Call Number:||Manuscript Collection No. 537|
|Extent:||20.75 linear ft. (54 boxes), 1 oversized papers (OP), 1 oversized bound volume (OBV), and AV Masters: 1 linear foot (2 boxes)|
|Abstract:||Papers of Harold. H. Martin, Georgian author and journalist, including letters, lectures, speeches, articles, photographs, clippings, mauscripts, and drafts.|
|Language:||Materials entirely in English.|
Restrictions on Access
Collection stored off-site. Researchers must contact MARBL in advance to access this collection.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.
Related Materials in This Repository
William Berry Hartsfield papers, Ralph McGill papers, Charles F. Palmer papers, John Adams Sibley papers, Robert Winship Woodruff papers.
Gift, 1974, with subsequent additions.
[after identification of item(s)], Harold H. Martin papers, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.
Harold Harber Martin, journalist and author, was born September 17, 1910, in Commerce, Georgia. He graduated from the University of Georgia in journalism (A.B. 1933), was a sports and features writer for the Atlanta Georgian (1932-1939), columnist for the Atlanta Constitution (1939-1943; 1946-1974), and a contributor (1944-45; 1950), associate editor (1951-1953), contributing editor (1958-1963), and editor-at-large (1964-1969) with the Saturday Evening Post. He is the author of numerous articles and many books, including Ralph McGill, Reporter (1973), for which he won the Georgia Writers Club Author of the Year Award in 1973.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of the papers of Harold H. Martin from 1837-1977. The papers include correspondence, articles, photographs, clippings, notes, scrapbooks, sound recordings, drafts, manuscripts, a diary, and memorabilia. Martin's correspondence is personal or relates to his writing (1965-1969); other correspondence (1969-1971), sound recordings, notes, photographs, drafts, and reviews relate mainly to Martin's books Starlifter (1972), Three Strong Pillars, Story of the Trust Company of Georgia (1974), Ralph McGill, Reporter (1973), William Berry Hartsfield (1978), and Georgia, A Bicentennial History (1977), as well as to unpublished biographies of Robert W. Woodruff and Charles Palmer. Articles were written by Martin for the Saturday Evening Post.
The collection also includes the correspondence of the Martin family, of Martin's wife, Boyce Lokey Martin, and of the Hamilton and Lokey families. Scrapbooks containing correspondence, photographs, and clippings were compiled by Boyce Martin's aunts, Marian Hamilton and Nancy H. Ogden, and document their service with the American Red Cross Mission to Palestine (1918-1919). The collection includes letters, lectures, speeches and notes from the diary kept by Nancy Hamilton Ogden documenting her service with the American Red Cross at Canton Christian College. This material reveals her observations on the political, economic and social life of China, principally in Canton (1925-1927). The fullest comments come from her diary entries, in which she discusses Cantonese monetary policies, local political struggles between the College and the Chinese community, and student strikes. She also comments at length on civil war in China (especially between the Cantonese and the Yunnanese), the exploits of Chaing Kai-shek and Chang T'so-lin, the suppression of communists, military dangers in Hong Kong, and anti-foreign feeling towards English and American citizens. Aside from political topics, Mrs. Ogden also details numerous social customs, including Chinese legends, a Chinese wedding, kite flying, the Chinese theater, dining customs, and celebrations of various festivals. She also describes the silk worm industry, refers to Japanese mill workers and offers a vivid account of her visit to the monastery at Fei Loi. Additional materials include a small group of letters written by Mrs. Ogden to her husband when she visited the Philippine Islands in 1925; scripts for slide shows that she prepared entitled "Things Chinese," which depict street scenes chiefly in Shanghai and Hong Kong (photographs missing); and a group of transcriptions comprising English translations of Chinese poetry prepared by Professor Herbert A. Giles of Cambridge University.
Also included are the following manuscripts: Georgia, A Bicentennial History (New York: Norton, 1977); history of Starlifter (transport planes) published as Starlifter: The C-141, Lockheed's High-Speed Flying Truck (Brattleboro, VT: S. Greene Press, 1972); a draft manuscript of the history of the Trust Company of Georgia published as Three Strong Pillars, Story of the Trust Company of Georgia (Atlanta: Trust Company of Georgia, 1974); draft manuscripts and galley proofs of a biography of Ralph McGill published as Ralph McGill, Reporter (Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1973); and galley proofs of a biography of William Berry Hartsfield published as William Berry Hartsfield, Mayor of Atlanta (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1978).
Arranged by record type.
- Cumming, Joseph B., Jr.
- Hamilton, Marian.
- Hartsfield, William Berry.
- McGill, Ralph, 1898-1969.
- Martin, Boyce Lokey.
- Ogden, Montgomery.
- Ogden, Nancy Hamilton.
- Palmer, Charles F. (Charles Forrest), 1892-1973.
- Woodruff, Robert Winship.
- Hamilton family.
- Lokey family.
- Martin family.
- American Red Cross--History.
- Lockheed Aircraft Corporation--History.
- Trust Company of Georgia--History.
- Aircraft industry--Biography.
- Authors, American.
- Biography (as a literary form)
- Red Cross and Red Crescent--Palestine.
- Starlifter (Transport planes)
- Travel writing.
- Women--Diaries--20th century.
- Atlanta (Ga.)--History.
- Hong Kong (China)--Description and travel.
- Philippines--Description and travel.
|1||3||Photographs, Hugh M. Lokey, Sr. and family (15 photos)|
|1||4||Photographs, Montgomery and Nancy Ogden (16 photos, 4 dups)|
|1||5||Photographs, Miscellaneous family photos and postcards (16 photos)|
|OP1||Photograph, Oversized (unidentfied)|
|1||6||Clippings and memorabilia|
|1||7||Clippings and memorabilia|
|1||8||Hamilton family birthday book|
|Papers of Marian Hamilton and Nancy Hamilton Ogden|
|2||1||Letters of Nancy Hamilton Ogden to Montgomery Ogden, 1925, written from Phillippine Islands and Hong Kong|
|2||2||23 miscellaneous letters|
|2||3||Scrapbooks kept by Marian and Nancy Hamilton on Red Cross Mission to Palestine, 1918-1919.|
|3||1||Scrapbooks kept by Marian and Nancy Hamilton on Red Cross Mission to Palestine, 1918-1919.|
|2||2||Notebook, details of Mrs. Ogden's luncheon service with recipes.|
|3||1||Nancy Ogden writings, poems and short stories|
|3||2||Nancy Ogden writings, poems and short stories|
|4||4||Loose lectures: Christmas in the Holy Land|
|4||5||Notebook: notes for lectures|
|5||1||Biographical information re. Nancy Hamilton Ogden by her husband.|
|5||2||Miscellaneous writings of Nancy Hamilton Ogden|
|5||3||Typed copies of Nancy Hamilton Ogden's diary and letters from China, 1925-1927, ca. 200 pages|
|Harold Martin papers|
|6||1||Martin family, miscellaneous papers|
|6||2||Martin family business correspondence, 1965-1966|
|6||3||Harold Martin to son John Martin in Vietnam, 1965-1966|
|6||4||Personal correspondence, 1962-1968, with John M. Virden|
|6||5||General and personal correspondence, 1947-1974|
|7||1||General and personal correspondence, 1947-1974|
|7||2||Drafts of two letters from Martin to R.W. Woodruff|
|7||3||Letters to Martin from patient in Milledgeville Hospital, 1963|
|8||1||Atlanta Constitution correspondence, January-August 1965,|
|8||2||Atlanta Constitution correspondence, 1966, January-August|
|8||3||Atlanta Constitution correspondence, 1966, September-December|
|9||1||Atlanta Constitution correspondence, 1967-1969, April|
|9||2||Atlanta Constitution correspondence, letters used as columns, 1966|
|9||3||Atlanta Constitution, business receipts|
|9||4||Atlanta Constitution, business correspondence and papers re Author's Guild|
|10||Photographs, memorabilia, clippings, address books, transcript of taped interview, 1977|
|11||Photographs, memorabilia, clippings, address books, transcript of taped interview, 1977|
|12||1||Saturday Evening Post, General correspondence, 1965-1969|
|12||2||Saturday Evening Post, General correspondence, 1965-1969|
|12||3||Saturday Evening Post, General correspondence, 1965-1969|
|12||4||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: A|
|12||5||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: B-C|
|12||6||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: D|
|12||7||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: E|
|12||8||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: F|
|12||9||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: G|
|12||10||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: H|
|13||1||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: J|
|13||2||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: L|
|13||3||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: M|
|14||1||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: M|
|15||1||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: V|
|15||2||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: W|
|15||3||Saturday Evening Post, Writings: W|
|15||4||Saturday Evening Post, Expense accounts and correspondence concerning expenses|
|15||5||Saturday Evening Post, Expense accounts and correspondence concerning expenses|
|15||6||Saturday Evening Post, Expense accounts and correspondence concerning expenses|
|15||7||Saturday Evening Post, Expense accounts and correspondence concerning expenses|
|15||8||Saturday Evening Post, unidentified writings|
|15||9||Callaway Gardens material|
|16||1||Typed pieces for "Father's Day book"|
|16||2||Typed pieces for "Father's Day book"|
|OBV1||Scrapbook, "Father's Day" book (includes clippings and photographs)|
|16||3||Father Kapaun booklet and clippings and other typed pieces|
|16||4||Hugo Vihlen piece|
|16||5||Palmer book: correspondence with W.W. Norton and copy of intro and first chapter.|
|16||6||Palmer book: draft chapters and correspondence|
|16||7||Palmer book: draft chapters and correspondence|
|16||8||Palmer book: Correspondence from Greene Press and copy of intro and first chapter.|
|16||9||Palmer book: Correspondence, 1972|
|18||Palmer book: Manuscript draft on legal pads|
|19||1||Material concerning Mercury Scare|
|20||Starlifter material: letters, contracts, interviews|
|21||Starlifter material: letters, contracts, interviews|
|22||Starlifter material: interviews|
|23||Starlifter material: manuscript, galleys, clippings|
|25||Writings, notes, notebooks|
|26||Writings, notes, notebooks|
|27||Writings, notes, notebooks|
|28||Writings, notes, notebooks|
|28a||Writings, notes, notebooks|
|29||Ralph McGill: notebooks|
|30||Ralph McGill: notebooks|
|31||Ralph McGill: drafts|
|32||Ralph McGill: drafts|
|32a||Ralph McGill: Original draft|
|33||Ralph McGill: draft, galley proofs|
|34||Ralph McGill: draft, galley proofs|
|35||1||Ralph McGill: correspondence with publishers|
|35||2||Ralph McGill: miscellaneous typed notes, mostly research on Ralph McGill, including entries from McGill's diary|
|35||2a||Ralph McGill: Notes on speeches on Ralph McGill|
|35||2b||Ralph McGill:: Drafts of Martin's speeches on McGill|
|35||3||Ralph McGill: Correspondence, reminiscences of McGill from people who knew him including Barry Bingham, Thomas C. Chubb, and Robert Sherrod.|
|35||4||Ralph McGill: Xeroxes of correspondence to Edward Weeks concerning reminiscences of Ralph McGill from people who knew him.|
|35||5||Ralph McGill: Xeroxes of correspondence to Edward Weeks concerning reminiscences of Ralph McGill from people who knew him.|
|35||6||Ralph McGill: Photographs|
|35||7||Ralph McGill: Lillian Smith Award, presented to Harold Martin for Ralph McGill, Reporter, November 2, 1973; Program, Southern Regional Council dinner, November 2, 1973; Tape, review of Ralph McGill, Reporter|
|35||8||Ralph McGill: Dedication of McGill School Program|
|36||1||Ralph McGill: Clippings of reviews|
|36||2||Ralph McGill: Miscellaneous correspondence, February 4, 1969-March 8, 1974|
|36||3||Ralph McGill: Miscellaneous material|
|36||4||Ralph McGill: Material from Joseph B. Cumming, Jr.|
|37||Trust Company Book: notebooks for Three Strong Pillars|
|38||Trust Company Book: Notes, drafts, galley proofs of Three Strong Pillars|
|39||Trust Company Book: Booklets and pamphlets on Trust Company of Georgia|
|40||Trust Company Book: Transcripts of taped interviews of Trust Company officials by Harold Martin|
|41||Trust Company Book: Transcripts of taped interviews of Trust Company officials by Harold Martin|
|42||1||Trust Company Book: Xerox copies of Trust Company of Georgia Annual Reports to Shareholders, 1908-1922|
|42||2||Trust Company Book: Xerox copies of Trust Company of Georgia Annual Reports to Shareholders, 1923-1945|
|42||3||Trust Company Book: Xerox copies of Trust Company of Georgia Annual Reports to Shareholders, 1946-1954|
|42||4||Trust Company Book: Miscellaneous materials re Trust Company of Georgia history landmarks in the annals of Trust Company of Georgia, 1891-1947|
|42||5||Trust Company Book: Xeroxes of Trust Company's official news organ, deals mainly with personalities, and news about officers.|
|42||6||Trust Company Book: Xeroxes of Trust Company's official news organ, general information|
|42||7||Trust Company Book: Xeroxes of materials pertaining to the early history of the Trust Company of Georgia, including Constitution articles, letters, etc.|
|43||1||Trust Company Book: Cornerstone (time capsule) of new Trust Company building, includes messages in cornerstone|
|43||2||Trust Company Book: Histories of the Trust Company|
|43||3||Trust Company Book: Arch Avery's Cancer Campaign, including publicity|
|43||4||Trust Company Book: Plans, diagrams, photographs and news concerning remodeling of old building.|
|43||5||Trust Company Book: Miscellaneous correspondence, July 18, 1973-March 18, 1974|
|43||6||Trust Company Book: Brief biographical outlines, Trust Company officers|
|43||7||Trust Company Book: Miscellaneous material|
|43||8||Trust Company Book: Reviews of Three Strong Pillars|
|43||9||Trust Company Book: 2 photos of old Trust Company building|
|44||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Notes and source materials, 1903-1970|
|45||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Notes and sources, interviews, tapes|
|46||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Source materials, printed matter and clippings re Woodruff and Coke|
|47||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Notebooks|
|48||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Notebooks|
|49||Robert W. Woodruff biography, Drafts of biography|
|50||1||Bicentennial History of Georgia: typed original draft on yellow copy paper, chapter 1-21.|
|50||2||Bicentennial History of Georgia: typed original draft on yellow copy paper, chapters 22-.|
|50||3||Bicentennial History of Georgia: Correspondence, primarily between Martin and Gerald George, editor of Bicentennial State Histories; clippings; and other material on Bicentennial series.|
|50||4||Biography of William Berry Hartsfield, page proofs|
|51||Additions: Sea Island book material, including review clippings and articles; materials concerning A Place in the Mountains book; personal papers.|
|52||Additions: Robert Woodruff biography manuscript and research notes|
|AV1||-||Avary, Arch, interview, 1973 [1 of 2]|
|AV1||-||Avary, Arch, interview, 1973 [2 of 2]|
|AV1||-||Woodruff, George (Robert W. Woodruff's brother), interview, 1974|
|AV1||-||Woodruff, George and A.D. Boylston, interview, summer 1974|
|AV1||-||Woodruff, Robert W., interview, 1975; and Harold Martin, reading notes for Robert W. Woodruff biography|
|AV2||-||Open reel tapes|