Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, writings, speeches, transcripts, reports, research materials, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and other papers pertaining primarily to Goldman's career as author, historian, and special consultant to President Lyndon B. Johnson. Subjects include Goldman's role as intermediary between the president and the intellectual community include the arts, domestic affairs, immigration, international cooperation, poverty, Vietnam, and programs for Presidential Scholars, White House Fellows, and summer interns. Includes material pertaining to Goldman's work as moderator of the television program, Open Mind, (1959-1967) and as president of the Society of American Historians (1962-1969) and to Jacob K. Javits's senatorial campaign (1962). Also includes materials from Goldman's research and writings on Charles J. Bonaparte, the civil rights movement, reform in America, and post-World War II American history. Research material for the Bonaparte biography includes ... Read More
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, subject files, speeches, articles, book file, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and other material relating to Knox's activities as director of the U.S. Office of Naval Records and Library (1921-1946), as secretary of the Naval Historical Foundation (1926-1946), and as an author of books and articles on naval affairs. The papers document Knox's views on international naval limitation conferences, naval aviation, the revival of a strong merchant marine, naval readiness, relations with East Asia, foreign trade, and national defense. Includes typescripts and letters, reviews, and clippings relating to Knox's book, A History of the United States Navy (1936). Also includes photocopies of correspondence, memoranda, and other documents pertaining to efforts by Knox and President Franklin D. Roosevelt to publish naval records concerning American wars
Johns Hopkins University - Milton S. Eisenhower Library
The collection of historian, John Higham, consists of holographic course notes, outlines, examination booklets, and other assignments completed during his undergraduate years at The Johns Hopkins University, 1937-1939 -- The collection does not include material from Dr. Higham's teaching and writing career. Student notes from history classes taught by Professor Kent Roberts Greenfield and English classes taught by Professor L. Wardlaw Miles are included
Johns Hopkins University - Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Collection consists of correspondence, lecture notes, student notes, papers of Greenfield's students, writings and research notes, Army Ground Forces Reports, David L. Greenfield material, personal material, printed material, and photographs and postcards -- The bulk of the material covers his work as an army historian and documents Greenfield's ideas about how the ground historians should work and how the histories should be structured. The correspondence also contains letters to his mother while on a trip to Italy, which forms a travelogue. Greenfield's lecture notes form the largest series, covering instruction in Italian history and Occidental Civilization. In 1938, Greenfield began a popular history of Italy, and the collection contains manuscripts and typescript drafts of the unpublished draft. Greenfield delivered public lectures on the origins of Fascism in Italy. Copies of these form the speeches series. The collection also contains printed copies of the Army Ground Forces ... Read More
Johns Hopkins University - Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Biographical Note: John Higham is an author and professor emeritus of history, The Johns Hopkins University -- He was born in Jamaica, N.Y. in 1920 and received the B.A. from Hopkins in 1941. Higham received the Ph. D from the University of Wisconsin in 1949 and taught at Rutgers, Columbia, U.C.L.A., and the University of Michigan before his appointment to the faculty of Hopkins in 1971. In 1975, he was named to the John Martin Vincent Chair in History, a position he held until his retirement in 1989. Higham is a specialist in the history of American culture and society in the 19th and 20th centuries and is the author of "Strangers in the Land (1955) which won the Dunning Prize of the American Historical Society
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Author, educator, and historian. Correspondence, diaries, newspaper clippings, research materials, scrapbooks, speeches, and writings pertaining to Goldman's career as a historian and consultant to President Lyndon B. Johnson on intellectual matters.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Naval officer and historian. Correspondence, subject files, speeches, articles, book file, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and other material relating to Knox's activities as director of the United States Office of Naval Records and Library, as secretary of the Naval Historical Foundation, and as an author of books and articles on naval affairs.
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, writings, speeches, transcripts, reports, research materials, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and other papers, relating primarily to Goldman's career as author, historian, and special consultant to President Lyndon B. Johnson. Topics relating to Goldman's role as intermediary between the president and the intellectual community include the arts, domestic affairs, immigration, international cooperation, poverty, Vietnam, and programs for presidential scholars, White House fellows, and summer interns. Includes materials relating to Goldman's work as moderator of the television program, Open Mind (1959-1967) and as president of the Society of American Historians (1962-1969) and to Jacob K. Javits's 1962 senatorial campaign. Also includes materials from Goldman's research and writings on Charles J. Bonaparte (including letters signed by Bonaparte, Benjamin Harrison, and Theodore Roosevelt), the civil rights movement, reform in America, and post-World ... Read More
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

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