Paul Green Papers, 1880-1992


Paul Green Papers, 1880-1992


Paul Eliot Green (1894-1981) of Chapel Hill, N.C., was an author, Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, and humanitarian. This collection contains material documenting many facets of Green's life and work, material relating to the life and work of his wife, Elizabeth Lay Green, and numerous items relating to members of the Greens' immediate and extended family. Paul Green's work as a dramatist and writer is documented in his professional correspondence files (circa 34,400 items); by extensive files on his including background material, drafts, musical scores, and business records; and by drafts of poems, essays, and novels by Green. Also included are yearly diaries (1917-1980), photographs, tape recordings, and appointment books. Correspondents include Sherwood Anderson, James Boyd, Erskine Caldwell, William T. Couch, Jonathan Daniels, Donald Davidson, John Ehle, Caroline Gordon, Frank Porter Graham, John Howard Griffin, Tyrone Guthrie, Dubose Heyward, Noel Houston, Langston Hughes, Gerald W. Johnson, James Weldon Johnson, Frederick Koch, Lotte Lenya, H. L. Mencken, Howard Odum, Clarence Poe, Carl Sandburg, Betty Smith, Lamar Stringfield, Allen Tate, Kurt Weil, Orson Welles, and Richard Wright, among many others. Green's associations with various theater, cultural, and humanitarian organizations in North Carolina and elsewhere are extensively documented. Correspondence and other materials show his opinions on such issues as lynching, capital punishment, nationalism, communism, race relations, religion, and the Vietnamese, Korean, and First and Second World Wars. Also included are a considerable number of photographs relating to Green's family and to his work, and financial records. symphonic dramas,

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Frances Cox (person)

Cornwell, Sam (person)

Benét, William Rose, 1886-1950 (person)

American poet, novelist, and editor. From the description of Letter to a dealer [manuscript], n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647806176 Editor of The Chimaera. From the description of ALS, [1915]-1916. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500150 This may not really be Benét's writing. Although the verse appears to be signed by him the writer's intent may have been simply to ascribe the verse to him. Also, it is on letterhead engraved "MM...

Caroline Gordon (person)

Bowers, Faubion, 1917-1999 (person)

Writer. From the description of Reminiscences of Faubion Bowers : oral history, 1960. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481096 ...

Twentieth Century Fox (corporateBody)

Struthers, Burt (person)

National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners (corporateBody)

Archibald Henderson (person)

Pauline Goddard. (person)

M-G-M film studios (corporateBody)

Southern Conference for Human Welfare (corporateBody)

The Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) was formed in 1938 in Birmingham, Alabama to promote civil liberties and to combat economic problems in the South by expanding the New Deal to attack southern poverty. The organization campaigned against the poll tax, allied itself with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, held interracial meetings, and followed a "popular front" strategy which allowed Communists membership in SCHW. This policy led to charges of Communist influence, a factor ...

Sheppard Strudwick (person)

National Folk Festival. (corporateBody)

Boyle, Sarah-Patton, 1906- (person)

Virginia Civil Rights activist. From the description of Papers of Sarah-Patton Boyle 1938-1988 (bulk 1944-1975). (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647845821 ...

Katherine Cale (person)

Frost, Robert, 1874-1963 (person)

American poet from New England. Winner of the 1932 Pulitzer Prize. From the description of Letters, 1931-1943. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122464432 American Pulitzer Prize-winning poet. From the description of Letter to Mr. Beggen [?], 1928. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 86129842 Robert Frost was an American poet. From the description of Papers concerning the Kenned...

Norman Cousins. (person)

Carl Carmer (person)

Sears, Frederick E (person)

John Ehle (person)

Dorothy McBrayer (Stahl) (person)

Julia Peterkin (person)

Cornell University (corporateBody)

Inglis Fletcher. (person)

Louisiana Council on Music and the Performing Arts. (corporateBody)

M. L. Pin Malakul (person)

Rhine, J. B. (person)

J. Shepard Bryan (person)

Cornwell, Byrd Green (person)

Robert Boyd. (person)

Gwen Bristow* (person)

Nancy Lay White (person)

Moyer, Elizabeth Green (person)

Buie Long (person)

John Gassner (person)

William Peery (person)

Frederick Koch (person)

North Carolina Council on Human Relations (corporateBody)

The North Carolina Council on Human Relations (NCCHR) was one of twelve state organizations affiliated with the Southern Regional Council (SRC). An interracial organization, it sought, from 1954 until 1969, to solve racial problems in North Carolina through research and communication. From the description of North Carolina Council on Human Relations records, 1940s-1980s (bulk 1954-1969). WorldCat record id: 39463400 The North Carolina Council on Human Relations ...

St. Paul's School (London, England) (corporateBody)

Langston, Hughes (person)

(James) Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902-May 22, 1967), an African-American writer, poet, playwright and columnist made influential contributions in his life and work during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920's. In 1925 Hughes won first prize in the poetry section of the 1925 Opportunity magazine literary contest, which launched his literary career. His first volume of poetry appeared in 1926. In 1942, he became a columnist for the African American newspaper, the Chicago Defender. Hughes used t...

Sir Walter Raleigh Memorial (corporateBody)

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Foundation (corporateBody)

Cheryl Crawford (person)

Julius Bab (person)

Dramatists Guild (corporateBody)

Finlator, William Wallace, 1913-2006 (person)

U.S. National Commission for UNESCO (corporateBody)

Dramatists Play Service. (corporateBody)

Gladys Green Sylvester (person)

Don Somers (person)

Lee Devin (person)

Balch (family)

Berea College (corporateBody)

Although the sources of photographs are not always indicated, the bulk was apparently generated in the Berea College Publicity Department and the College News Bureau. In addition, portions of the photographs were donated by individuals, most of whom have some connection with the College. Chief among these is Roy N. Walters who was dean of the Berea College Foundation School from 1943 to 1968. Walters established the College Publicity Department in 1933 and was an unofficial campus photographer t...

Fahs, Charles B. (Charles Burton) (person)

Easom, Harvey. (person)

Long, Allie M., Mrs. (person)

North Carolina Historic Sites (corporateBody)

Hodgkinson, Ellen Lay (person)

Theatre Arts Monthly (corporateBody)

Mary Johnston (person)

Erskine Caldwell (person)

William Geer (person)

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (corporateBody)

Shigetoshi Kawatake (person)

Warner Brothers (corporateBody)

Moyer, Fred (person)

Martin Kellog, Jr. (person)

Stevens, Alice A (person)

Meekins, Victor, 1897-1964 (person)

Victor Meekins was a newspaper editor, photographer, and postmster in Dare County, N.C. Daniel Victor Meekins was born 19 July 1897, on Roanoke Island, Dare County, N.C. He was the author of The Old Sea Captain and the Drummer, the founder and publisher of The Coastland Times newspaper, and served as postmaster in Manteo, N.C. He died 8 January 1964 in Norfolk, Va....

Maryland Outdoor Drama Association (corporateBody)

John McGee (person)

Author's League of America. (corporateBody)

Eugenia Rawls (person)

Jonathan Daniels (person)

A. T. Wyatt (person)

Gilmor Brown (person)

Mark Sumner (person)

New Theatre (corporateBody)

Rowena Jelliffe (person)

Jessie Rehder (person)

Chapel Hill Consumers Association. (corporateBody)

Mary Lee McMillan's (person)

Carl Sandburg (person)

UNC-CH. (corporateBody)

Emily Clark (Balch) (person)

Redpath Bureau (corporateBody)

Ruth Cannon (person)

Sir Evelyn Wrench (person)

Stevens, David H... (person)

Mary McMillan (person)

E. C. Mabie (person)

Moyer (family)

William Morris Agency (corporateBody)

Blackwell, Gordon W. (person)

Lay, Henry C. (Henry Champlin), 1823-1885 (person)

Episcopal Bishop of the Missionary District of the Southwest (which embraced the states of Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and the Republic of Texas, as well as the Indian Territory), and first Bishop of Easton. From the description of Henry Champlin Lay papers, 1847-1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 659543395 Henry Champlin Lay (1823-1885) was an Episcopal clergyman and bishop. Lay was an Episcopal priest in Virginia, 1846-1847; in Huntsville, Ala., 1847-1859;...

Barclay Leathem (person)

Fred Beal (person)

Frank Hawthorne (person)

Samuel French (corporateBody)

Leighton, Clare, 1898-1989 (person)

Engraver and writer; born in London, England. Came to the United States in 1939 and became an American citizen in 1945. In addition to membership in the Royal Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers, London, she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts by Colby College, Maine. From the description of Clare Leighton papers, 1931-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86132872 English painter and etcher. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthe...

Brooks Atkinson (person)

Knott, Sarah Gertrude, 1895-1984 (person)

Knott served as president of the NFFA from its founding in 1934 until 1970. The group's annual festival featured indigenous American and ethnic song and dance. The NFFA later changed its name to the National Council for Traditional Arts. From the description of Papers, 1934-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191916942 ...

Elizabeth MacAllister Green Moyer (person)

North Carolina Folklore Society (corporateBody)

The North Carolina Folklore Society was organized in 1912 at the instigation of the American Folklore Society and Frank C. Brown (1870-1943) "for such literary and educational purposes as the study of folklore, and especially the collection, preservation, and publication of the folklore of North Carolina." Brown was secretary-treasurer, 1913-1943. He was succeeded by Arthur Palmer Hudson (1892-1978), who served until 1964. Hudson established the Society's journal, "North Carolina Folklore," in 1...

William Byrd (person)

Zuber, Lucy Lay, -1956 (person)

Richard Adler (person)

Edward Devany (person)

Janet Green Catlin (person)

Gannon, Fr. (person)

Adams, Agatha Boyd. (person)

Agatha Boyd Adams was a University of North Carolina librarian. From the guide to the Agatha Boyd Adams Papers, ., 1938-1947, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.) ...

White, Nancy Lay (person)

Hedgerow Theatre (corporateBody)

Authors's League (corporateBody)

Ike Davis (person)

Nancy Byrd Green Cornwell (person)

Richard Wright's (person)

Green, Paul Eliot, 1924- (person)

Malcolm Fowles (person)

Rebecca Kushman (person)

Barrett, H. Clark (person)

Paul Green, Jr. (person)

Wordsworth, William (person)

Epithet: Principal of Elphinstone College, Bombay; CIE 1887 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000439.0x0002b4 ...

Frederick Walsh (person)

Byrd, Clara Booth, 1887-1985 (person)

Clara Booth Byrd (1887-1985) of Harnett County, N.C., was alumnae secretary at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina from 1922 to 1947. Prior to this appointment she was assistant to the treasurer of the college and a teacher of secretarial subjects. From the description of Clara Booth Byrd papers, 1892-1970. (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 77130856 ...

American Dramatists (corporateBody)

Repertory Playhouse Associates (corporateBody)

Ivan Doig (person)

Edward Wagenknecht (person)

Clarence Poe (person)

Erna Obenaus (person)

Cass Canfield (person)

Green (family)

American Society of Composers (corporateBody)

Dorothy MacBrayer Stahl (person)

Paul Green (person)

Griffin, John Howard, 1920-1980 (person)

American writer, social critic, journalist, and humanitarian. From the description of Collection, 1952-1980. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122632950 John Howard Griffin, born June 16, 1920, in Dallas, Texas, was a writer, journalist, humanitiarian, and social critic. Griffin was educated at the Institute de Tours, the University of Poitiers, and the Conservatory of Fontainbleau, all in France....

William A. Johnson (person)

Hallie Flanagan (Davis) (person)

Radio Research Project (corporateBody)

Byrd and Betsy Green (person)

Harnett County Historical Society (corporateBody)

Wadsworth, P. Beaumont (person)

William A. McGirt (person)

Helena Paderewska (person)

Lay (family)

American revolution bicentennial commission (corporateBody)

The United States Bicentennial was a series of celebrations and observances during the mid-1970s that paid tribute to the historical events leading up to the creation of the United States as an independent republic. The Bicentennial culminated on Sunday, 4 July 1976, with the 200th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. From the guide to the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission papers MSS. 0074., 1974-1976, (W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, The ...

Louis deRochemont Associates. (person)

M. Abbott Von Nostrand (person)

Chapel of the Cross (corporateBody)

Mary Green Johnson (person)

Howard Odum (person)

Horace Williams (person)

Obenaus, Erna (person)

Authors, and Publishers (corporateBody)

Richard Wright (person)

Penn Community Services (corporateBody)

P.E.N. (corporateBody)

Chester Baity (person)

Sherwood Anderson. (person)

National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Hunter Lovelace (person)

Maryland Bicentennial Commission (corporateBody)

The Maryland Bicentennial Commission was established in 1968 (Chapter 458, Acts of 1968). The commission developed and coordinated plans for the bicentennial commemoration of the American Revolution in 1976, assisting state agencies, counties, municipalities, colleges, and schools. The commission endorsed or recognized bicentennial projects of communities and campuses, and civic, fraternal, patriotic, religious, educational, and youth organizations which highlighted events preceding...

Anna Balch Lay's (person)

Frank Vernon (person)

Sands, Elizabeth (person)

Dargan, Olive Tilford, 1869-1968 (person)

American poet, dramatist, and novelist. From the description of Letters to Miss Brown, 1914. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 34689947 Olive Tilford Dargan (1869-1968), was an Appalachian poet and novelist, who lived in North Carolina from 1906 until her death. Under the pseudonym Fielding Burke, she wrote two novels about the Gastonia, North Carolina textile workers' strike of 1929, Call Home the Heart (1932) and A Stone Came Rolling (1935). Rose Pastor Stokes ...

Hoke Norris (person)

Lazenby, Walter S (person)

Erma Green Gold (person)

Frederic McConnell (person)

I. J. Paderewski (person)

Caro Mae Russell (person)

Otho Ross (person)

Samuel Goldwyn. (person)

Dock Street Theatre (corporateBody)

William T. Couch (person)

Hawkins, Virginia Lay (person)

Paul and Elizabeth Green (person)

Paul R. Reynolds and Son (corporateBody)

Waseda Daigaku (corporateBody)

The Free Company (corporateBody)

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

Janet MacNeill Green Catlin (person)

Josephina Niggli (person)

Carolina Dramatic Association (corporateBody)

Katherine Boyd (person)

Gerald Johnson (person)

Bonnie and Lloyd Ray Daniels (person)

Lay, George W. (George Washington), 1798-1860 (person)

U.S. representative from New York, lawyer, and diplomat. From the description of Papers of George Washington Lay, 1823-1900 (bulk 1832-1846). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78054359 ...

Sidney Blackmer (person)

Mr. Peterkin (person)

Adams (family)

National Folk Theatre (corporateBody)

Joel Climenhaga (person)

Chesley Baity (person)

Frances Phillips (person)

Adeline McCall (person)

Donald Davidson (person)

Paul Green Theatre (corporateBody)

Joachim Murat, King of Naples, 1767-1815 (person)

Joachim Murat married Napoleon's sister Caroline in 1800 and was appointed King of Naples by Napoleon in 1808. From the description of [Letter, 1808?] juil. 19 [to] Monsieur le Ministré / Joachim Napoleon. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 298954565 Epithet: King of Naples 1808 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000985.0x000184 Marshal of France. From the description of Letter ...

Anthony Buttitta (person)

Louisiana Outdoor Drama Association (LODA) (corporateBody)

Robert Gard (person)

Randolph, Robert M., 1934- (person)

Wolfe, Tom, 1931- (person)

Tom Wolfe (b. March 2, 1931, Richmond, VA) is an American author and journalist, best known for his association with and influence in stimulating the New Journalism literary movement, in which literary techniques are used extensively. He began his career as a regional newspaper reporter in the 1950s, but achieved national prominence in the 1960s following the publication of such best-selling books as The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (a highly experimental account of Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranks...

A. J. Fletcher (person)

Steele, Wilbur Daniel, 1886-1970 (person)

American short-story writer, novelist and dramatist. From the description of ALS, 1926 Sept. 26, Nantucket, to Mrs. Helen Warren Harrison, Toledo. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500032 American writer. From the description of ALS, 1960 Nov. 6, Old Lyme, Conn., to Don E. Connors, Phoenix Union High School. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500097 Author, Wilbur Daniel Steele was born in 1886 in Greensboro, North Carolina. He traveled widely in Africa a...

Carolina Playmakers (corporateBody)

Julian Johnson (person)

Stem, Thad. (person)

North Carolina Symphony (corporateBody)

The North Carolina Symphony was formed in 1932 under the direction of Pulitzer Traveling Fellow Lamar Stringfield. The Symphony was a Works Progress Administration project in the 1930s; in the 1940s, it was the first orchestra to receive state funding on a continuous basis. Benjamin Swalin and Maxine Swalin led the Symphony from 1939 to 1972. They promoted the idea of taking the orchestra out to all parts of the state, a tradition that began in 1943 when the North Carolina State Legislature pass...

D. B. Fearing (person)

North Carolina literary and historical society. (corporateBody)

Grover Hall (person)

St. Augustine Historical Society (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina was chartered by the state's General Assembly in 1789. Its first student was admitted in 1795. The governing body of the University, from its founding until 1932, was a forty-member Board of Trustees elected by the General Assembly. The Board met twice a year; at other times the business of the University was carried on by the Board's secretary-treasurer and by the presiding professor (called president beginning in 1804). Other faculty members later assumed the r...

Moyer, Betsy Green (person)

James Boyd (person)

Burlington Dynamiters (corporateBody)

Graham, Frank Porter, 1886-1972 (person)

President of the University of North Carolina; U.S. senator for North Carolina. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1943-1950. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122619645 Educator, government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Frank Porter Graham : oral history, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376749 University president. From the...

Penland School of Handicrafts (corporateBody)

Craft school; Penland, N.C. Founded 1929 by Lucy Morgan. Formerly named Penland School of Handicrafts. The directors have been Lucy Morgan, 1929-1962, William J. Brown, 1962-1983, Richardson Rice, 1983-1984, Verne Stanford, 1984-1989, and Hunter Kariher, 1989- From the description of Penland School of Crafts records, 1932-1991. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553096 ...

Swalin, Benjamin. (person)

McKay, John A. (person)

National Theatre Conference. (corporateBody)

A co-operative organization of directors of American community and university theatres organized collectively to serve the non-commercial theatre. From the description of Records, 1932-2001. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 51340796 ...

Hawkins, Ginger (person)

Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, 1860-1941 (person)

Polish pianist, composer, and statesman. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [n.p., n.d.], to an unidentified recipient, n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270674147 From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [Morges, 12 December 1938], to Mr. & Mrs. H[arry] H[arkness] Flagler, 1938 Dec. 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270674145 From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [Morges], 2 September 1928, to Alfred Cortot...

DuBose Heyward (person)

People to Preserve Jockey's Ridge (corporateBody)

Cornwell (family)

North Carolina School of the Arts (corporateBody)

Fifty-five high school seniors filed into the school auditorium for NCSA's first school commencement on June 8, 1966 to hear Dr. Vittorio Giannini, the first president of the school charge the graduates with the responsibility of continuing their growth as artists. More than half were to return in the fall as college students. At the second commencement, in addition to the second high school class, bachelor of music degrees were presented to the college graduates. As the school's graduates left ...

North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation (corporateBody)

The North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation was established in 1921 as a state affiliate of the Commission on Interracial Cooperation to work toward improved race relations in the state. Like its parent organization, the NCCIC, sought both to alleviate injustices and to change prejudiced racial attitudes. Its efforts included meetings with individuals, correspondence, press releases, radio programs, pamphlets, local meetings, and state-wide conferences. After closing its offices in ...

Green, Nancy (person)

Author's Guild (corporateBody)

Frederick Koch Memorial (corporateBody)

Green, Paul, Jr (person)

Beal, Fred. (person)

Hardy, William M. (person)

Rebecca Cushman (person)

UNC Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures (corporateBody)

Leo Bulgakov (person)

Adams, E. C. L (person)

UNC (corporateBody)

Elizabeth Bowne Wall (person)

Buies Creek Academy (corporateBody)

Maggie Dent (person)

G. E. Cheek (person)

W. O. Saunders (person)

Vassili Kouchita (person)

North Carolina Society for the Preservation of Antiquities (corporateBody)

Thomas Wolfe society (corporateBody)

Thomas Clayton Wolfe was born October 3, 1900 in Asheville, North Carolina. He attended local Asheville schools, graduated from high school at age 15, and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As a sophomore at UNC, one of his poems was published in the University of North Carolina Magazine and he became increasingly active in the Carolina Playmakers, a course in playwriting. His first play, entitled The Return of Buck Gavin, was produced by the Playmakers and starred Wolfe i...

Ernest Seeman (person)

Green, Paul, 1894-1981 (person)

Paul Eliot Green(1894-1981) was a Southern playwright, poet, and novelist. Born in Lillington, North Carolina, Green lived in the state all of his life and tried to capture in his writings the culture and heritage of the American South, concentrating on the experiences of tenant farmers, mill workers, Native Americans and African Americans. Green studied at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill under folk dramatist Frederick Koch of the Carolina Playmakers. After an interruption of his ...

Janet Green (person)

Anna Balch Lay (person)

South-Eastern Theatre Conference (corporateBody)

William Brasmer (person)

Lynn Riggs (person)

North Carolina Film Board (corporateBody)

Julia Harris (person)

John Haber (person)

American educational theatre association (corporateBody)

The American Educational Theatre Association, was formed in 1936 by a group of drama teachers to encourage high standards of teaching, production and scholarship; to disseminate information concerning developments in the theatre; and to initiate and support national legislation. Membership was composed of teachers, actors, students, directors, and other people involved in educational theatre. Known later as the American Theatre Association, the organization developed and published materials for ...

Virginia Lay Hawkins (person)

Negro Little Theatre (corporateBody)

Robert House (person)

Lay, George W. (George Washington), 1798-1860 (person)

U.S. representative from New York, lawyer, and diplomat. From the description of Papers of George Washington Lay, 1823-1900 (bulk 1832-1846). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78054359 ...

Barbara Anderson (person)

Shearon, Forrest. (person)

Fox (corporateBody)

Hardy, Thomas (person)

Epithet: of the I of Wight British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000132.0x000106 Epithet: Minister of Fowlis-Wester, county Perthshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000132.0x000105 Epithet: radical politician British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000132.0x00010...

A. B. Lay (person)

Owens, Henry Grady, 1892-1985 (person)

David Zeisberger (person)

Hart Crane* (person)

International Theatre Institute. (corporateBody)

David M. Stevens. (person)

Ruth Heffner (person)

Raleigh, Sir Walter. (person)

W. D. Weatherford (person)

Kurt Weill (person)

McNeill, John Charles, 1874-1907 (person)

John Charles McNeill (1874-1907), was a Wake Forest alumni and one of North Carolina's most celebrated poets. His published works include Songs of Merry and Sad and Lyrics From the Cotton Land, the latter of which was published posthumously. From the description of John Charles McNeill Papers, 1894-1905 (Wake Forest University - ZSR Library). WorldCat record id: 60690741 John Charles McNeill, youngest of five children of Duncan and Euphemia McNeill, was born nea...

Tamara Daykarhanova (person)

Lay, Lucy (person)

North Caroliniana Society (corporateBody)

Robert Aldridge (person)

Norman Foerster (person)

Clifford, John (person)

Robert Lee (person)

Marion Frank Crawford (person)

Audrey Liebling-Wood (person)