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Name Fulbright, James William, 1905-1995
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Image of Papers - Witten, Tempie Jane (Bell)

Papers - Witten, Tempie Jane (Bell)

The Tempie Jane (Bell) Witten Collection consists of 6 boxes, 57 folders, and 1,518 items. It has two major focuses: the genealogy of Mrs. Witten's family, the Bells of Grayson County, as well as collateral families in that area and Grayson County history, particularly that of the county's Baptist churches and schools. Most of the older items in the collection are actually photocopies, not original documents. Box one contains correspondence chiefly with family members or to those who shared Witten's interest in genealogy. Of particular interest are four letters from Joyce Ann Hutchins describing Japan in 1947-1948. Researchers will also find in this box a lengthy genealogical related an

Image of Papers - Travelstead, Chester

Papers - Travelstead, Chester

Chiefly personal and professional correspondence, speeches, journal articles, reminiscences and news clippings of noted educator Chester Coleman Travelstead. Of particular interest are the materials related to his 1955 dismissal from the University of South Carolina owing to his stance on racial integration. Also includes correspondence and diaries of his mother Nelle (Gooch) Travelstead, long-time Western Kentucky University faculty member.

Image of Papers - Rice, Laban Lacy, 1870-1973

Papers - Rice, Laban Lacy, 1870-1973

Correspondence, writings, photographs, clippings, and papers of Laban Lacy Rice, a Webster, County, Kentucky native, educator, author, lecturer, poet, and president of Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee. Includes his scientific writing, principally on astronomy, relativity and cosmology, as well as fiction, poetry, and autobiographical writing. Also includes some correspondence and papers relating to his brother, poet and dramatist Cale Young Rice, and sister-in-law, author Alice Hegan Rice.