Editorial correspondence files, W-Z, of the Virginian-Pilot [manuscript], 1919-1972 (bulk 1922-1949).


Jaffe, Louis I. (Louis Isaac), 1888-1950. Editorial correspondence files, W-Z, of the Virginian-Pilot [manuscript], 1919-1972 (bulk 1922-1949).

Editorial correspondence files, W-Z, of the Virginian-Pilot [manuscript], 1919-1972 (bulk 1922-1949).

The collection contains files W-Z of Jaffé's editorial correspondence. Topics include Norfolk civic issues, including the establishment of Seashore State Park, improved race relations, Al Smith and the election of 1928, his Pulitzer Prize, Norfolk history, the firing of U.Va. professor Whipple for pacifist views, articles for Virginia Quarterly Review, and Duke University. Many of the letters are from job seekers, and many others concern columns and book reviews. Among the correspondents are Julius John Lankes, John Calvin Metcalf, Campbell Bascom Slemp, Lindsay Carter Warren, Duke professor W.H. Wannamaker, Alexander Wilbourne Weddell, Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker, Junius Edgar West, Leon R. Whipple, Charles Harris Whitaker, Newman Ivey White, Walter Francis White, William Allen White, James Southall Wilson, Carter W. Wormeley, editor R. Charlton Wright, P. Bernard Young, Stark Young and Thomas W. Young.

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