Subseries 5.1
Julian LaRose Harris's writings, 1889-1960
Boxes 28-30

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28 1 Article: "Concerning Editors in General and Former Governor Cox in Particular", no date
28 2 Article: "Corra Harris", ca. 1930-1935
28 3 Article: ["Famous Editors and 'The Freedom to Fight"'], no date
28 4 Article: "Future Political Party Line-Ups in the United States", no date
28 5 Article: "Laurence Tompkins", ca. 1930-1935
28 6 Article: "Newspaper Editing in the Twentieth Century", no date
28 7 Article: ["Nunnally Johnson"], 1926 and no date
28 8 Article: "Paris" [and Peace Conference of 1919], no date
28 9 Article: ["Property Taxes"], 1935
28 10 Article: ["Race Relations in the South"], no date
28 11 Article: "Viewpoints of the South", published as "As the South Sees It" in Current History, October 1932
28 12 Article: "What is Immoral on the Stage", no date
28 13 Address, 1894: "The Opportunities of Young Men in Journalism"
28 14 Address, 1927, North Carolina Press Association: ["The Need for Editors to Print the Truth..."]
28 15 Address, 1929, Georgia Press Institute: "The South's Need for Informed Leadership"
28 16 Address, 1931, Savannah, Georgia: "Responsibilities of the Editor"
28 17 Addresses, 1931 (?), Foreign Trade Association, Atlanta, Advertising Club, and Rotary Club: About Germany, Poland, and Europe
28 18 Address, 1933, Atlanta Food Promotion Club: About advertising
28 19 Address, 1934: "Federal Anti-Lynching Law"
28 20 Addresses, 1935-1942 (?), Kosmos-Woman's Club and other groups: "Highlights of the Founding and Growth of the Newspaper"
28 21 Address, 1938, Nursing Graduation, Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee: About medicine and journalism
28 22 Address, 1938, Southeastern Tennessee Education Association: About language
28 23 Address, 1941, University of Chattanooga Chapel Program: "My Boyhood Relations with my Father"
28 24 Address, 1944, University of Georgia School of Journalism: "Concerning Freedom of the Press and World Freedom of the News"
28 25 Address, 1960, Rotary Club: "Boyhood and Youthful Days on Snap Bean Farm and the Wren's Nest"
28 26 Address, no date: "Education and the Press"
28 27 Address, no date: "Future of the Democratic Party"
28 28 Address, no date, Sigma Delta Chi: "Newspaper Editing in the Twentieth Century"
28 29 Address, no date: Presentation of Ochs Good Citizenship Award
28 30 Address, no date, Georgia Electrical Association: About censorship
28 31 Address, no date: "Weakness in Advertising"
28 32 Addresses: Clippings related to Julian Harris's speaking engagements, 1922, 1927, 1929, 1946 and no date
28 33 Essay: "A Georgia Boy in Canada"
28 34 Poems
28 35 Story: "Aunt Cherry: An Incident Behind Closed Doors"
28 36 Story: "The Congressman's Son"
28 37 Story: "John Humboldt's Valentine"
28 38 Story: "A Reportorial Romance"
28 39 Story: "folly's Fiddle" (includes dialog in "Negro dialect"), 1905
28 40 Novel (proposed): "Shifting Sands", 1910
29 1 Drama: "Champion of the Bill", a one-act play (scripts and correspondence)
29 2 Drama: "The Confidante" (scenario)
29 3 Drama: "The Divorce", "The Girl from Keith's", and "All the King's Horses, - " (correspondence, clippings, etc. about works derived from "Peter Callender")
29 4 Drama: "The Duel", a one-act farce originally intended to be in French, 1905 (script)
29 5 Drama: "Every Boob: A Modern Immorality Play" (script)
29 6 Drama: "In the Nick of Time", a play in prologue and three acts (scenario for prologue and interim before Act I)
29 7 Drama: "The Laughing Woman", 1896 (script)
29 8 Drama: "Meddlesome Marie", a three-act farce (scenario)
29 9 Drama: "Moonshine", 1911 (script and edited copy of published version)
29 10 Drama:
29 11 Drama: "Personal Syndicate", a three-act play (scenario)
29 12 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Scenarios
29 13 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Version 1
29 14 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Version 2
29 15 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Version 3
29 16 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 17 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 18 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 19 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 20 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 21 Drama:
29 22 Drama:
29 23 Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts - Drafts and revisions
29 24 Drama: "The Thrust of a Sword: A Romantic Drama of the Time of Catherine de Medici", Act I, 1905 (script)
29 25 Drama: "The World Over" (one cast of characters for prologue, another cast for beginning of Act I
30 1 Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - "Uncle Remus", a musical play in three acts dramatized by Joel Chandler Harris, Julian LaRose Harris, and Otis Wood
30 1a Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - "Uncle Remus", a musical play in three acts dramatized by Joel Chandler Harris, Julian LaRose Harris, and Otis Wood, music by Paul Teitjens, correspondence, 1906-1910 [additions, not included in microfilm
30 2 Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - Correspondence, 1912-1916
30 3 Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - Sketches and clippings about London performances, 1914
30 4 Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - "Uncle Remus Song"
30 5 Drama: Cartoon drawing featuring Julian Harris and theatrical theme
30 6 Drama: "The Greek Note" by L.C. Hopkins - Correspondence and critiques
30 7 Drama: "The origin of Music", an allegorical conception by Heard Respess
30 8 Drama: Julian's typed copy of The Writing of a Play. Technique by Guy Fletcher Bragdon
30 9 Autobiography: Initial publicity, 1946
30 10 Autobiography: Correspondence, 1942, 1945-1946
30 11 Autobiography: Correspondence, 1947-1948
30 12 Autobiography: Notes about 1889-1895
30 13 Autobiography: "Important notes - early days"
30 14 Autobiography: "Early Years - duplicate pages"
30 15 Autobiography: "Data about my father and pages from the autobiography"
30 16 Autobiography: Extracts from letters, 1921-1948
30 17 Autobiography: Chapter 1 - Drafts
30 18 Autobiography: Chapter 1 - Typescript, carbon copy; Chapters 1 and 2 - Discarded pages: Preface - Possible inclusions
30 19 Autobiography: Chapter 2 - Drafts
30 20 Autobiography: Chapter 2 - Typescript, carbon copy, discarded pages
30 21 Autobiography: Chapters 3 and 4 - Draft title page
30 22 Autobiography: Chapter 5 - Drafts
30 23 Autobiography: Chapter 5 - Typescript, carbon copy
30 24 Autobiography: Chapter 6 - Drafts
30 25 Autobiography: Chapter 6 - Typescript, carbon copy
30 26 Autobiography: "Pennyroyal, An Artist, Fleas and An Earthquake"
30 27 Autobiography: "Pennyroyal, An Artist, Fleas and An Earthquake" - Possible use in Reader's Digest (March 1956) and Saturday Review (February 1956)
Microfilm copy
MF41 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Articles - Address, 1938
MF42 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Address, 1941 - Novel
MF43 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Drama - Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts, Version 3
MF44 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Drama: "Peter Callender", a farce comedy in three acts, Drafts and revisions - Drama: "The World Over" (one cast of characters for prologue, another cast for beginning of Act I
MF45 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Drama: Adaptations of Uncle Remus - "Uncle Remus", a musical play in three acts dramatized by Joel Chandler Harris, Julian LaRose Harris, and Otis Wood
MF46 Series 5, Subseries 5.1: Julian LaRose Harris's Writings, Autobiography: Extracts from letters, 1921-1948
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