Clyde Partin papers,
Clyde Partin papers, 1940-2009
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Atlanta, GA 30322
Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8zr55
Table of Contents
|Title:||Clyde Partin papers, 1940-2009|
|Call Number:||Manuscript Collection No. 1127|
|Extent:||32 linear ft. (32 boxes), 8 oversized papers (OP), and 4 oversized bound volumes (OBV)|
|Abstract:||Papers of Clyde Partin, Sr., former Athletic Director of Emory University and sports historian, including his correspondence, photographs, printed material, research material, audiovisual material, and writings.|
|Language:||Materials entirely in English.|
Restrictions on Access
Boxes 21-32, Autographed baseballs and photographs, are stored off-site. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance to access these boxes.
Collection stored off-site. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance to access this collection.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.
[after identification of item(s)], Clyde Partin papers, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.
Clyde "Doc" Partin, Sr. (1925-2009), served as Emory University's Athletic Director from 1966-1983. From 1986-2002, Partin taught physical education at the University. He is the author of Athletics for All: The History of Sports at Emory, a book on the history of Emory athletics, published in 2006. Partin also wrote articles and presented papers on the history of sports and important sports figures, such as baseball players Earle Combs, Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth. He was also particularly interested in the Atlanta Braves (baseball) and the Atlanta Chiefs (soccer).
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of the papers of Clyde Partin, Sr., including his correspondence, photographs, printed material, research material, audiovisual material, and writings. The research material includes clippings and other printed material concerning baseball stars Hank Aaron, Earle Combs, and Babe Ruth, and sports teams such as the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Chiefs.
- Baseball players--United States--Biography.
|21||-||Autographed baseballs [1 of 11]|
|22||-||Autographed baseballs [2 of 11]|
|23||-||Autographed baseballs [3 of 11]|
|24||-||Autographed baseballs [4 of 11]|
|25||-||Autographed baseballs [5 of 11]|
|26||-||Autographed baseballs [6 of 11]|
|27||-||Autographed baseballs [7 of 11]|
|28||-||Autographed baseballs [8 of 11]|
|29||-||Autographed baseballs [9 of 11]|
|30||-||Autographed baseballs [10 of 11]|
|31||-||Autographed baseballs [11 of 11]|
|OP3||Clippings, Hank Aaron [1 of 2]|
|OP5||-||Clippings, Hank Aaron [2 of 2]|
|OP8||-||Combs Family News and photographs|
|OP6||-||Newspapers, 1982 Atlanta Braves championships and 1977 reproduction of 1927 issue about Babe Ruth record|
|6||-||Photographs and correspondence|
|8||-||Photographs and audiovisual|
|OP2||Posters, Old Timer's League|
|OP4||Posters, Jackie Robinson 50th Anniversary Tribute|
|OP7||-||Posters, Atlanta Braves 50th anniversary tribute to Jackie Robinson|
|2||-||Research material, Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, black|
|9||-||Research material, Earle Combs|
|10||-||Research material, Earle Combs|
|11||-||Research material, general sports related|
|12||-||Research material, Hank Aaron|
|19||-||Research material, Hank Aaron|
|17||Soccer publications: Kick, North American Soccer League Guide, Soccer Monthly|
|13||-||Southeastern district files|
|14||-||Writings and printed material|
|15||-||Writings and photographs|