Papers of William H. Wranek [manuscript], 1910-1965.


Wranek, William H. (William Hillman), 1895-1971. Papers of William H. Wranek [manuscript], 1910-1965.

Papers of William H. Wranek [manuscript], 1910-1965.

Wranek's papers contain notes and drafts for his projected history of the University of Virginia; personal and professional correspondence; copies of news articles and radio broadcasts by him; documentation for press releases; and topical files on the University particularly on the Barrett Room, endowed professorships, the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts and an account of the medical school in the 1920s by James E. Kindred. The collection also contains Wranek family genealogy; an Italian travel diary; and publicity for a 1953 stage production of "John Brown's body". There are also photographs of Dwight Eisenhower, Louis Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Joseph McCarthy, and Wayne Morse. Correspondents include Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. and John Cook Wyllie.

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