Theodore B. Hayne Biographical Collection 1907-1995


Theodore B. Hayne Biographical Collection 1907-1995

The Theodore B. Hayne Biographical Collection, 1907-1995, consists of 1.75 cubic feel of papers collected by Dr. Charles S. Bryan in preparation of his biography of Hayne (A Most Satisfactory Man, Spartanburg, S.C.: The Reprint Company, 1996). This collection is arranged in two series: Research and Publication. The research series includes articles and book excerpts about malaria and yellow fever; material from the Rockefeller Archives Center and Foundation about Theodore Hayne and other Americans researching yellow fever in West Africa; Hand-written personal letters (some of which have been transcribed) between Theodore Hayne and his family, documenting travel and other personal and family activities; and photographs collected for Bryan's biography of Hayne, including images of Hayne's childhood, education, friends and family as well as travel and professional activities. The publication series documents the publication of Hayne's biography. The series includes personal letters from Charles Bryan to the publishing company (Reprint Company of Spartanburg, South Carolina); Correspondence between Bryan and the Waring Library staff concerning the final proofs of A Most Satisfactory Man; publication proofs for the dust jacket and text; and computer disks and photographs produced for the book.

1.75 cubic feet (39 folders)

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