Correspondence, pamphlets, and clippings concerning the writing and publication, under Hart's direction, of Marion G. McDougall's book, Fugitive slaves (1891); the inaccuracies of a speech delivered by Julian S. Carr, of Durham, N.C., at Washington and Lee College in 1916; and an academic debate (1919-1924) between Hart and Lyon Gardiner Tyler, of the College of William and Mary, on the founding of the United States and on various aspects of the Civil War. Correspondents include Henry Nichols Blake, Ginn and Co., Mildred Lewis Rutherford, and Anna Boynton Thompson.

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