Editorial correspondence files, S-V, of the Virginian-Pilot, 1907-1950.


Editorial correspondence files, S-V, of the Virginian-Pilot, 1907-1950.

The collection contains files S-V of Jaffe's editorial correspondence. Topics include Jaffe's article on Al Smith for the Virginia Quarterly Review, Norfolk civic issues including the establishment of Seashore State Park, the selection of a post office site, a history of the city, and the founding of a branch of the Virginia State College for Negroes. Among the correspondents are Jack W. Schaefer, Fred O. Seibel, John H. Small, Alfred E. Smith, Forrest B. Smith, Henry Louis Smith, Claude A. Swanson, Earl Gregg Swem, Will Orton Tewson, Emma Gray Trigg, Amélie Rives Troubetzkoy, Pierre Troubetzkoy, and Henry St. George Tucker. Also included as correspondents were S. Heth Tyler, Dorothy Thompson (form letter), E. Lee Trinkle, I. Walke Truxtun, William M. Tuck, Robert B. Tunstall, Beverley D. Tucker, Virginia Hunter Tunstall, and George S. Viereck. There is also mention of the role of the Southern Regional Council, city manager form of government, a successor to President E.A. Alderman at the University of Virginia, and the 1921 gubernatorial campaigns of E. Lee Trinkle and Henry St. George Tucker.

700 (ca.) items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7337103

University of Virginia. Library

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