Series 8
Memorabilia, 1903-1975
Box 42; OP1-2

Box Folder Content
42 1 Atlanta Constitution, Samples of printing style changes, May-June 1 1950
42 2 Cross Florida Barge Canal, newspaper clipping and photos, 1942
OP1 8 Certificate, Pulitzer Gold Medal in Journalism, Awarded by Columbia University to the Columbus Enquirer-Sun, 1926 (Harris Room, Middle cabinet)
OP1 8 Certificate, German American Club (Atlanta, Ga.), Certificate of Honor for faithful service rendered to the German Cause
42 3 Jottings, fragments and clipping kept by Julian LaRose Harris
42 4 Jottings, fragments and clipping kept by Julian LaRose Harris
42 5 The History Class of 1884, programs, 1944-1946, belonging to Julia Collier Harris
42 6 Medal, Pulitzer Gold Medal in Journalism, Awarded by Columbia University to the Columbus Enquirer-Sun, 1926
42 7 Medallion (plaster), Chattanooga's Citizen Emeritus
OP1 9 Political cartoon, Al Carter, "He Brays Best Who Brays Last," inscribed by Carter, "The Mr. Harris-your first fight for the Times and my first cartoon for the Times-"
42 8 Progressive Party, memorabilia, 1929
42 9 Sketch, Clarence Darrow, by Moranz
OP1 10 Sketch, Julian LaRose Harris, unknown artist (signature illegible)
42 10 Stamp with signature "Julian Harris"
OP1 11 Watercolor, signed "F.C." 1895
42 11 Truman, Harry S., presidential election clippings, October 1948
42 12 Writings, Moody, Marjorie, Deal Carter, et.al., "One stately house a plan for world government" with editorial comments by Julian LaRose Harris, typescript, no date, 37 pages
42 13 Writings, Steed, Hal, "Letters of a Failure to His Son," typescript, no date, 132 pages
42 14 Writings, Unknown author, "Romance Resurgent," [possibly attributed to Julian LaRose], no date, 14 pages
42 15 Writings, Wood, Florian E., "Franklins Folly?," typescript, essay about the Florida canal, no date, 11 pages
Newspaper souvenirs
OP1 7 Columbus Enquirer-Sun, Centennial Edition, April 22, 1918
OP2 1 The Columbus Centennial Edition, Columbus Enquirer-Sun and Columbus Ledger, 1928 Columbus Ledger, 1928
OP2 2 Chattanooga Sunday Times, "Blue & Gray Edition: A Panorama of Chattanooga's 100 years," September 18, 1938
OP2 3 The Chattanooga Times, "Tennessee Valley Authority Celebration Edition," August 25, 1940
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Magazine, articles
OP1 12 St. John, Wylly Folk, "Long-Lost Harris Letters to His Uncle Remus Artist," November 5, 1965, p. 8
OP1 12 Turner, Joel, "A Big Talent in Miniatures," October 14, 1975, p. 14 (re Lucy Stanton and Joel Chandler Harris)
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