Papers of James D. Hagood, 1913-1973.

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Hagood, James Davis, 1890-. Papers of James D. Hagood, 1913-1973.

Papers of James D. Hagood, 1913-1973.

The collection contains Hagood's political correspondence, Medical Society of Virginia correspondence, and Patrick Henry Boy's Plantation correspondence; speeches; photographs; memorabilia; and printed material. Consituent letters comprise the major portion of his political correspondence. Topics include taxation, education, liquor by the drink, medical care for the aged and other health issues, state appropriations, abortion, the tuition grant program and the state retirement program. Political correspondents include J. Lindsay Almond, Mills Godwin, Albertis S. Harrison, Jr., Linwood Holton, Edgar F. Shannon, William M. Tuck and J.B. Wall. Medical Society of Virginia correspondence, chiefly from Dr. Hagood's presidency in 1957, is concerned with political and other issues affecting the medical profession. Correspondence regarding the Patrick Henry Boys Plantation deals largely with financial matters. The collection also contains photographs of Hagood; speeches by him; clippings; various papers and reports on Virginia political and medical topics; scrapbooks and miscellaneous materials.

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