University of Washington
Papers of a professor of history, University of Washington
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Correspondence, lectures, and research notes, Adair's scholarly writings, papers relating to professional organizations and meetings, research publications, photographs, teachings aids, papers relating to the Claremont colleges
University of Virginia
The papers consist of the typesetting draft and some papers regarding the publication of The sage of Monticello. The correspondences is chiefly with Basil Rauch, co-author with Mr. Malone on the 1960 college text Empire for liberty, and with their publisher, Appleton-Century-Crofts
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The William Stull Holt papers cover the life and career of the American history professor through correspondence, diaries, photographs, reports, speeches, writings and other materials. The bulk of the collection relates to Holt's academic posts and several of the major correspondents are comprised of fellow University of Washington faculty members, as well as colleagues from other institutions, including Douglass Adair, Arthur Bestor, Robert E. Burke, Warren Cohen, Giovanni Costigan, Donald Emerson, Lawrence Gelfand, Kent Greenfield, Solomon Katz, Thomas Pressly, Max Savelle, Robert Skotheim and Dennis Strong. Other correspondents reflect Holt's political activities and include such notable figures as Brock Adams; his affiliation with the Democratic Party at the local and national level is further represented through conference and convention files. Also of note among Holt's professional papers is a 1953 reel to reel audiotape recording of lectures given by Holt and Savelle. His ... Read More
California State University, Northridge - Oviatt Library
The California Farmworkers Oral History Project interviewed farm workers from California to speak about their experiences
University of Virginia
A refutation of the scandals perpetrated chiefly by James Thomson Callender, through the Richmond, Va., press about Thomas Jefferson supposed liaison with Sally Hemings a mulatto slave inherited by Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson from the estate of her father John Wayles. Peter Carr also is mentioned
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Broadcast on a special July 4th of the University of Chicago Roundtable

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