Gerald White Johnson Papers, 1886-1989

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Johnson, Gerald W. (Gerald White), 1890-1980. Gerald White Johnson Papers, 1886-1989

Gerald White Johnson Papers, 1886-1989

His papers consists of biographical information; professional and family correspondence; education files while a student at the University of Toulouse and Wake Forest College; financial documents; literary productions, including speeches, addresses, and book reviews; copies and clippings of his newspaper columns; magazine articles; his World War I notebooks, photographs, and memorabilia; photograph albums and loose photographs on the Duls, Haywood, and Johnson families; a postcard album; awards and certificates; honorary degrees; medals and insignia; scrapbooks of clippings; his subject files; and memorabilia including his academic regalia, his typewritter, and a lap-top desk.

12 linear feet 9 boxes.

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