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Harrell, Costen Jordan, 1885-1971.

Costen Jordan Harrell papers, 1828-1970

18.5 linear feet (29 boxes) and 1 oversized papers box (OP)

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, writings, family materials, photographs and miscellaneous materials of Methodist Bishop Harrell Coston Jordan.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Harris, Julian LaRose, 1874-1963.

Julian LaRose Harris papers, 1890-1968

18.75 linear feet (42 boxes), 2 oversized papers boxes (OP), 28 bound volumes (BV), and 71 microfilm reels (MF)

Papers of Julian LaRose Harris, Atlanta journalist and editor, and his wife Julia Harris, including correspondence, diaries, speeches, articles, and photographs.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Hartsfield, William Berry.

William Berry Hartsfield papers, circa 1860s-1983

38.25 linear feet (79 boxes), 4 oversized papers boxes and 2 oversized papers folder (OP), 1 extra oversized papers folder (XOP), 12 bound volumes (BV), 2 oversized bound volumes (OBV), and AV Masters: .25 linear ft. (1 box)

Papers of Atlanta mayor William Berry Hartsfield including personal papers, correspondence, subject files, writings, printed material, photographs, memorabilia, and audiovisual material.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Herbers, John.

John Herbers papers, 1950-1996

7.5 linear feet (13 boxes) and 1 oversized papers box (OP)

Personal and professional papers of New York Times journalist John Herbers including both business and family correspondence, subject files, and writings.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Ku Klux Klan (1915- ). Carlock Unit No. 71 (Carlock, Ill.)

Ku Klux Klan Carlock Unit No. 71 (Carlock, Ill.) records, 1924-1925

.25 linear ft. (1 box)

Records of the Carlock Unit No. 71 (Carlock, Illinois) of the Ku Klux Klan including minutes, correspondence, and Kligrapp reports.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Ku Klux Klan collection, circa 1875-1990 (bulk 1920-1929)

2.75 linear feet(3 boxes), 1 oversized papers box and 1 oversized papers folder (OP) and AV masters: .25 linear feet (1 box)

Artificial collection of Ku Klux Klan related material, including correspondence, images, printed materials, memorabilia, artifacts and audiovisual recordings.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Ku Klux Klan. Knox County Klan No. 14 (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Knox County Klan No. 14 records, 1924-1925

.75 linear ft. (2 boxes)

Records of the Ku Klux Klan, Knox County Klan No. 14 (Knoxville, Tenn.) including proposed amendments and additions to by-laws, correspondence, financial records, petitions and applications for membership, membership and dues records, and memorabilia.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Long, Beverly.

Beverly Long papers, 1954-2001 [BULK 1954-1964]

2.75 linear feet (6 boxes) and 1 oversized papers box (OP)

Papers of activist, Beverly Long, consist of correspondence, clippings, reports, newsletters and printed material from 1954-2001, primarily relating to her work with Help Our Public Education, Inc. (H.O.P.E.).

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Lynching and Racial Violence in America: Histories and Legacies (2002 : Emory University)

Without Sanctuary Atlanta exhibition and conference files, 2000-2003

13 linear ft. (17 boxes)

The collection includes materials related to both the exhibition of Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America in Atlanta, Ga. and a conference on the topic held at Emory University in 2002 entitled "Lynching and Racial Violence in America: Histories and Legacies."

Repository: Emory University Archives

Matthews, Terry Lee, 1953-

Terry Lee Matthews research files on Andrew Sledd, 1983-2002

.5 linear ft. (1 box)

The collection includes research files of Methodist pastor Terry Lee Matthews on the topic of Andrew Sledd, a faculty member at Emory College and the Candler School of Theology who spoke out against lynchings in a 1902 article entitled, "The Negro: Another View." The article and resultant controversy came to be known as the "Sledd Affair."

Repository: Emory University Archives

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