Papers, 1911-1972.

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Boykin, Frank W. (Frank William), 1885-1969. Papers, 1911-1972.

Papers, 1911-1972.

Papers, 1911-1972, including correspondence, publications, printed materials, clippings, and photographs. The Boykin correspondence include a number of correspondents and a variety of subjects. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson, Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, George C. Wallace, and T. L. Soong. The subjects discussed include Alaskan and Alabama real estate, industrial and Tennessee river development, the lumber and oil industries, segregation, politics, and social activities. The photographs offer particularly valuable views of Boykin with prominent individuals in Washington in the 1950s and 1960s. The 59 scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings pertaining to Boykin's political career.

20 cubic ft. (3 records center cartons, 5 oversized folders, and 59 scrapbooks).

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