Subseries 3.6
Chattanooga Times, 1926-1944
Boxes 19-22; MF28-31

Box Folder Content
19 1 1926: Tennessee Valley Authority
19 2 1928 and no date: Ochs and Adler families
19 3 1935-1960: Ochs and Adler families
19 4 1931: Fletcher Morgan, Tennessee State Senator - quotations from Times articles
19 5 1934: Pulitzer Awards
19 6 1934: Tennessee Valley Authority
19 7 1935 August-October: "Harris Joins the Times"
19 8 1935 October 3: "Editors in Politics" - Telegrams
19 9 1935 October 4: "Editors in Politics" - Telegrams
19 10 1935 October 5-19 and December 11: "Editors in Politics" - Telegrams, correspondence, clippings
19 11 1935 October (?): "Editors in Politics" - Copies of selected responses, partial drafts of editorials, correspondence
19 12 1935 October: "Editors in Politics" - Clippings
19 13 1935 October: Government Lady" by Henrietta Lambdin Turner
19 14 1935 November: James Patrick "Bubber" Byrne special edition
19 15 1935 November 7-19: "Dangers to Education"
19 16 1935 November 20-25: "Dangers to Education"
19 17 1935 November 26-30: "Dangers to Education"
19 18 1935 December 2-5, 1939 September 14, and no date: "Dangers to Education"
19 19 1935 November-December: Christian Youth Conference - Editorial with printed program
19 20 1935: Fletcher Morgan, Tennessee State Senator (mostly clippings)
19 21 1935: Pulitzer Awards
20 1 1935-1938, 1940, 1942, and no date: Correspondence, memoranda, etc. (includes guild activities at newspaper)
20 2 1936-1940, 1942-1944, and no date: Statistics, greeting card, certificate, articles, clippings, etc.
20 3 1936 July 8: Call for Progressive Convention, 1912 (typed copy of reprint from Chicago Daily Tribune; Julian Harris listed as signer
20 4 1936: Pulitzer Awards
20 5 1936: Tennessee Valley Authority
20 6 1937 April and September: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (includes pamphlet re Angelo Herndon, 1935)
20 7 1937: George L. Berry, U.S. Senator from Tennessee - attacked by TVA
20 8 1937 January: Fletcher Morgan, Tennessee State Senator, and freedom of the press controversy (mostly clippings from other newspapers)
20 9 1937 February and no date: Fletcher Morgan, Tennessee State Senator, and freedom of the press controversy
20 10 1937: Pulitzer Awards
20 11 1937-1939: Wendell L. Wilkie
20 12 1937 and 1941: Sherwood Anderson (clippings)
20 13 1938 January: George L. Berry, U.S. Senator from Tennessee - attacked by TVA
20 14 1938 February-March and no date: George L. Berry, U.S. Senator from Tennessee - attacked by TVA and radio station license application
20 15 1938 April: J. Mora Boyle (includes enclosures 1915-1918 and no date)
20 16 1938: Pulitzer Awards
20 17 1938: Tennessee Valley Authority
20 18 1938: Tennessee Valley Authority - Flood control
20 19 1938 and no date: Lynching
21 1 1939: Burton E. Oppenheim
21 2 1939 April-June: Victoria Price (Scottsboro [Ala.] Case)
21 3 1939 April-November: G.E. Hatcher (Hamilton County Hospital)
21 4 1939: Lynching
21 5 1939-1940: C.M. Snyder (Reading [Pa.] Eagle)
21 6 1939-1940 and no date: Robert Sparks Walker
21 7 1939 December-1940 April: Southern Conference for Human Welfare
21 8 1940 May and 1940 no date: Southern Conference for Human Welfare
21 9 1940 May-June: Jaroslav Novak
21 10 1940 August-September: Tennessee Valley Authority - Special edition
21 11 1940 August 26, September 20, September 22: Wendell Wilkie controversy (Julian Harris on editorial leave due to Times endorsement of Wilkie)
21 12 1940 September 23 (date leave announced): Wendell Wilkie controversy (Julian Harris on editorial leave due to Times endorsement of Wilkie)
21 13 1940 September 24-30 and September no date: Wendell Wilkie controversy (Julian Harris on editorial leave due to Times endorsement of Wilkie)
21 14 1940 October: Wendell Wilkie controversy (Julian Harris on editorial leave due to Times endorsement of Wilkie)
21 15 1940 November, 1941 June, and 1940 September-November no date: Wendell Wilkie controversy (Julian Harris on editorial leave due to Times endorsement of Wilkie)
21 16 1940: Southern Education Foundation
21 17 1940: Tennessee Valley Authority - Address by David E. Lillienthal
21 18 1940 and no date: Miscellaneous
21 19 1940-1941: Peonage
21 20 1940-1942: E.D. Bass, Chattanooga Mayor - Correspondence
21 21 1940-1942 and no date: William Allen White Committee News Service (includes World War II information)
21 22 1940-1942 and no date: Personal correspondence - thank yous
22 1 1941 January-July: Poll tax
22 2 1941 January-September: Southern Education Foundation
22 3 1941 April, 1942 April, and no date: Ed Crump and Tennessee politics
22 4 1941 September-October: Labor - Beatings of CIO organizers Oscar Wiles and Homer Wilson
22 5 1941 September-1942 March: Southern Education Foundation
22 6 1941: "Dickens' Childhood" - Review by Julia Harris of The Wound and the Bow by Edmund Wilson
22 7 1941: Pulitzer Awards
22 8 1941: Tennessee Valley Authority
22 9 1941-1942 and no date: Tennessee Valley Authority - Statements, report, transcript of testimony, remarks, news releases
22 10 1942 March and May: Werner Wolff
22 11 1942 March and no date: Milk code controversy
22 12 1942 May-July 1944, and 1947: Departure from Chattanooga Times
22 13 1942 December 14: Jesse Daniel Ames to Julian Harris
22 14 1942: Pulitzer Awards
22 15 1942 and no date: Tennessee Valley Authority - Correspondence, clippings, etc.
22 16 1944: Tennessee Valley Authority
22 17 No date: Article by Julia Harris about art exhibit by Harold Cash and Frank Baisden, University of Chattanooga Art Gallery
Microfilm copy
MF28 Series 3, Subseries 3.6: Chattanooga Times, 1926: Tennessee Valley Authority - 1935: Pulitzer Awards
MF29 Series 3, Subseries 3.6: Chattanooga Times, 1935-1938, 1940, 1942, and no date: Correspondence, memoranda, etc. (includes guild activities at newspaper) - 1938 and no date: Lynching
MF30 Series 3, Subseries 3.6: Chattanooga Times, 1939: Burton E. Oppenheim - 1940-1942 and no date: Personal correspondence, thank yous
MF31 Series 3, Subseries 3.6: Chattanooga Times, 1941 January-July: Poll tax - No date: Article by Julia Harris about art exhibit by Harold Cash and Frank Baisden, University of Chattanooga Art Gallery
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