Subseries 3.4
Columbus Enquirer-Sun, 1920-1931
Box 13: folders 11-27 - Box 20-24; MF20-24

Box Folder Content
13 11 1920: Julian Harris to Tom Loyless (TL, 2 p., carbon copy)
13 12 1920 October-November: Agreements about reorganization and purchase of Enquirer-Sun
13 13 1920 November-December: Clippings about acquisition of Enquirer-Sun
13 14 1920 November-1921 January: Correspondence - Congratulatory letters and telegrams to Harris and Loyless
13 15 1920 November-1920 December: Correspondence - Harris's replies to congratulations (carbon copies)
13 16 1920 December-1921 February: Correspondence - from Harris to potential advertisers stating news and advertising policies
13 17 1920: Ku Klux Klan
13 16 1921 August-September: Ku Klux Klan - New York World interest in anti-Klan campaign
13 19 1921 September-October: Ku Klux Klan - Leslie's Illustrated Weekly Magazine interest in anti-Klan campaign
13 20 1921: Ku Klux Klan
13 21 1921-1931: National Association of Colored Women (Alice Dugged Cary), Georgia Federation of Negro Women's Clubs, Conference of Southern White Women, Georgia Committee for the Prevention of Lynching
13 22 1922 January-July: Ending Philadelphia Ledger service
13 23 1922 July-November: Correspondence with Charles T. Logan and Harris's statement about own court appearance
13 24 1922 November: Tom Loyless's resignation
13 25 1922: Ku Klux Klan
13 26 1922-1927: Agreements with Tom Loyless
13 27 1922-1927: University of Georgia
14 1 1923 January-February: "John A. Manget says 'Men high in the calling of church and state' are Klansmen"
14 2 1923 May: "The Negro Question" (clippings)
14 3 1923: Evolution
14 4 1923: "Negro" (clippings)
14 5 1923: Prohibition (clippings)
14 6 1923-1924: Ku Klux Klan (clippings and printed material)
14 7 1924 February 5: Letter to Senator Oscar W. Underwood
14 8 1924 May 24: Record of Julian Harris's medical examination
14 9 1924 October-November: Governor Clifford Walker and the Ku Klux Klan (also includes obituaries, 1954)
14 10 1924: Editorials "that stirred things up" (clippings)
14 11 1924: Evolution (clippings)
14 12 1924: Prohibition (clippings)
14 13 1924: W.T. Anderson (of The Macon Telegraph: clippings)
14 14 1924 and 1927: E.W. Howe (clippings)
14 15 1925 July 27: Etta M. Worsley's letter to Enquirer-Sun re Cecil Neill and draft of Julian Harris's editorial response)
14 16 1925 October 25: "First step towards Pulitzer Award" (clipping re praise for Enquirer-Sun from New York World)
14 17 1925: Editorials "that stirred things up" (clippings)
14 18 1925: Evolution and the Scopes Trial (clippings)
14 19 1925: Ku Klux Klan - 8-part series of articles (not by Harrises; clippings)
14 20 1925: Ku Klux Klan (clippings)
14 21 1925: Prohibition (clippings)
14 22 1925-1926: "Mule" Hicks case
23 1925, 1926, 1929, and no date: "Parsons, Politics" (clippings)
14 24 1925, 1927, and no date: Edward Mims, Professor of English, Vanderbilt University (includes autobiographical letter by Julian Harris)
14 25 1925-1930: Barnes Foundation - "Modern French Painting"
14 26 1925-1930: Sherwood Anderson (clippings and typescript)
14 27 1926 May 14: National Conference on International Problems and Relations (participants lists)
14 28 1926 September-October: Matthew Page Andrews (The American's Creed and Thomas Jefferson League)
14 29 1926: Columbus Public Library controversy re decision to bar the American Mercury
14 30 1926 and n.d.: Pulitzer Prize (mainly newspaper clippings: includes reaction to Forum article and retrospective items, 1953)
14 31 1926: Pulitzer Prize (newspaper clippings from the "Negro Press")
14 32 1926: Pulitzer Prize (magazine and periodical clippings)
14 33 1926: Pulitzer Prize (stories for The New York Times and the Associated Press)
14 34 1926: Pulitzer Prize (Boyd, Thomas. "Defying the Klan," Forum 76:1, July 1926, p. 48-56)
14 35 1926: Editorials "that stirred things up" (clippings)
14 36 1926: Ku Klux Klan (clipping)
14 37 1926-1927: Lucia Ames Meade and "Free Speech in America"
14 38 1927 May: Alleged: clipping of Barnett Solomon by School Superintendent, Bert Rumble, Edison, Georgia
14 39 1927 June: Young B. Smith speech at the University of Georgia and controversy
14 40 1927 July-August: Adolph S. Ochs on the Stone Mountain Memorial
14 41 1927: Editorials "that stirred things up" (clippings)
14 42 1927: Ku Klux Klan - New York Times article by Julian Harris, 6 November (clipping)
14 43 1927: Ku Klux Klan (clippings)
14 44 1927-1930: Requests to Julian Harris that he write articles, books, etc.
14 45 1927, 1929, 1970, and no date: Evolution and the Scopes Trial
15 1 1927 May and June: Alfred E. Smith (periodical articles)
15 2 1927 July 10: Alfred E. Smith - Letter from Henry Pringle re Smith, with enclosures, 1923-1927
15 3 1927 and no date: Columbus Enquirer-Sun Miscellany (includes a 1973 retrospective)
15 4 1928 February-August: Alfred E. Smith
15 5 1928 September-October and no date: Alfred E. Smith
15 6 1928 November: Alfred E. Smith
15 7 1928: Columbus Enquirer-Sun Centennial - Historical sketches and data
15 8 1928: Columbus Enquirer-Sun Centennial - Examples of 1828 fashions
15 9 1928: Grover Cleveland Hall's Pulitzer Prize for Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser
15 10 1928: "Odors" by Julia Collier Harris
15 11 1928-1929: J. Thomas Heflin, Senator from Alabama
15 12 1928 and no date: Ku Klux Klan (clippings, telegrams, and printed material)
15 13 1929: Fremont older (clippings)
15 14 1929: Bond interest reduction attempt (includes 1925-1926 data)
15 15 1929: Editorials "that stirred things up" (clippings)
15 16 1929: Prisons and juvenile courts
15 17 1929: Pulitzer Awards
15 18 1929: Refinancing of Enquirer-Sun (clippings)
15 19 1929: Southern leadership and Ivy Lee
15 20 1929: Julian Harris's "Next to the News" columns
15 21 1929: Julian Harris's "Next to the News" columns
15 22 1929-1930: "Comments on sale of the paper - pleasant and unpleasant"
15 23 1929-1930" "Harrises depart"
15 24 1929-1931: Bernard Pace
15 25 1929 and no date: H.L. Mencken (clippings)
15 26 1929 and no date: "Negro" (clippings)
15 27 1929 and no date: Prohibition (clippings)
15 28 1930 January: Writers' Club breakfast honoring Julia and Julian Harris, Macon, Ga. (clippings)
15 29 1930: Francis E. LaCoste, Secretary-Treasurer, Enquirer-Sun (alleged embezzler and suicide)
15 30 No date: "Clean out the State Capitol or move it to Macon
16 1 1920: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 2 1922: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 3 1923: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 4 1924: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 5 1925: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 6 1926: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 7 1927: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 8 1928: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 9 1929: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 10 No date: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 11 1923: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 12 1924: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun
16 13 1925: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 14 1926: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 15 1927: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 16 1928: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 17 1929: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 18 1930: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 19 1931: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
16 20 No date: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
Microfilm copy
MF20 Series 3, Subseries 3.4: Enquirer-Sun, 1920 - 1922-1927: University of Georgia
MF21 Series 3, Subseries 3.4: Enquirer-Sun, 1923-1927, 1929, 1970, and no date: Evolution and the Scopes Trial
MF22 Series 3, Subseries 3.4: Enquirer-Sun, 1927 May and June - 1928 and no date
MF23 Series 3, Subseries 3.4: Enquirer-Sun, 1929 - No date: "Clean out the State Capitol or move it to Macon
MF24 Series 3, Subseries 3.4: Enquirer-Sun, 1920: Clippings from Enquirer-Sun - No date: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun Enquirer-Sun - No date: Clippings about Enquirer-Sun
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