Papers : of Roy C. Flannagan, 1919-1947.

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Flannagan, Roy C. (Roy Catesby), 1897-1952. Papers : of Roy C. Flannagan, 1919-1947.

Papers : of Roy C. Flannagan, 1919-1947.

Flannagan's papers reflect his varied career as a journalist, author, political advisor, and army officer. Correspondents include Harry Flood Byrd, Harry Flood Byrd, Jr.; authors Sherwood Anderson, Virginius Dabney, Clifford Dowdey, Patrick Henry Drewry, Douglas Southall Freeman, and Margaret Mitchell; newspapermen John Stewart Bryan and John Dana Wise; literary agents A. Mervyn Davies and Ruth F. Boyd; and editor and publisher Robert Lane Anderson. The papers also include the letters of Flannagan's father, Dr. Roy Knight Flannagan, his daughter, Patricia Douglass Flannagan Hooker, and his wife, Gladys Victoria Iler Flannagan. In 1923 Flannagan wrote to his wife about the Cumberland County, Va., murder trial of Robert O. Garrett and his brother, Larkin C. Garrett. Also included is correspondence concerning the American Newspaper Guild and the Ember Club, and with publishers concerning Flannagan's writings; rough drafts of his articles, novels, and short stories; and newspaper clippings from the Atlanta Journal, 1921-1922. There are accounts, financial and land records; and correspondence, memoranda, orders, certificates, and charts concerning his active and reserve duty in the army. Gladys Flannagan's papers include correspondence, copies of poems and articles written for the Atlanta Journal and Butler University publications, and unidentified family correspondence.

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