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Finding Aid for The John E. Drewry Papers (1920-2000) (UGA 04-026)

Record Group : 2:18 (Journalism)
15.25 linear ft : 14 Bankers Boxes, 2 Ms. Boxes and a 1/2 Ms.Box

Introduction:

John E. Drewry's teaching skills and knowledge of the field of journalism are legendary. In a 1982 Athens Banner Herald article, Loren Smith recalled that when John E. Drewry was dean of the Henry Grady School of Journalism, "we all were charmed by his presence, inspired by his intellect and relaxed by his wit".

A native of Griffin, Georgia, John E. Drewry in 1922 became the second person awarded a B.J. degree from the University of Georgia's journalism program. In 1925 he received his A.M. degree from UGA based on graduate work done at Columbia University in New York City and at the University of Georgia.

Hired as a journalism instructor at UGA in 1922, Drewry was promoted to Director of the Journalism School in 1932 and - with the creation of the position - took on the role of Dean of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism; a position he held from 1940 through his retirement in 1969.

Some Magazines and Magazine Makers, published in 1924, was the first in a long line of books and brochures that Drewry either wrote or edited. Drewry's column "New Book News" which ran for 61 years was just one of many columns and articles that he authored during his lifetime.

During his long career Drewry served as a Capitol Reporter and State Editor for the Associated Press. Additional journalistic activites included work as a correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and the Atlanta Journal and Constitution.

Drewry was also instrumental in the creation of the prestigious Peabody Awards in 1940. Other accomplishments include playing a pivital role in the establishment of the Georgia Scholastic Press Association, the Georgia Collegiate Press Association, the Georgia Press Institute and the Georgia Radio and Television Institute.

In 1949 Drewry and his fiancee, Miriam Thurmond, were shot by his ex-wife, Kathleen Drewry. The victims recovered and married, but some believe this event and subsequent trial eclipsed Drewry's chances to be appointed President of UGA at the time. Drewry continued as Dean until retirement in 1969 and died in 1983 at the age of 80.

Scope and Content:

Accession UGA 04-026 ("The John Drewry Papers") consists of documents dating from 1920 through 2000. Accession UGA 05-054 ("The School of Journalism's Annual Reports") was received at the same time as these papers but was set up as a distinct collection.

The John E. Drewry Papers reveal Drewry as a reporter, author, student, instructor, dean and dean emeritis through correspondence, notes, manuscripts, photographs and newspaper clippings. Located within Drewry's papers are unique insights into the world of magazine and newpaper publishing in America at mid-twentieth century. There are copies of many of Drewry's lectures and speeches over the years plus documentation of his involvement in organizations such as the Georgia Scholastic Press Association and the Georgia Collegiate Press Association. Additionally Drewry's involvement involvement with the Peabody Awards from their inception in 1940 is represented through correspondence and photographs.

Box 15 includes a folder of personal correspondence from 1931-1937 regarding Kathleen Drewry. These letters have been photocopied from originals held by the Hargrett Library and have been added to this accession for the information they add regarding Drewry's life.

For preservation purposes the "John E. Drewry Papers" have been refoldered. Metal paperclips have been removed, photographs were placed in archival sleeves and newspaper articles along with fragile paper documents have been photocopied onto archival quality paper. Also as noted in the "Content Inventory" several fragile oversized materials of special interest have been removed from folders and placed flat into large boxes.

Related Items:

1. A listing of books and brochures written or edited by John E. Drewry can be obtained by entering the search term "Drewry, John E." into the University of Georgia Libraries' GIL Catalog https://gil.uga.edu/.

Content Inventory:

Series One [Drewry Correspondence 1921-1983 (Includes Some Grady College Materials Dating To 2000)]

UGA 04-026:1

  1. [The Stratford Company (Publishers) Correspondence c.1923-1925].
  2. [Contract For The Stratford Company to Publish Some Magazines And Magazine Makers 1924].
  3. [Some Magazines And Magazine Makers 1924-1925 Correspondence].
  4. [Some Magazines And Magazine Makers Publicity And Reviews 1924-1925] [1].
  5. [Some Magazines And Magazine Makers Publicity And Reviews 1924-1925] [2].
  6. Public Speakers Bureau And Lesser Items [1921-1925] [1].
  7. Public Speakers Bureau And Lesser Items [1921-1925] [2].
  8. A [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles] [1].
  9. A [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles] [2].
  10. B [1920-1921] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  11. C [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, "Like Father, Like Son" Cartoon, Newspaper Articles].
  12. D [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence].
  13. E-F [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  14. G [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence].
  15. H-I-J [1921-] 1922-1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  16. K-L 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence].
  17. M [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  18. N-O [1920-] 1922 Through 1924 {Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  19. R [1921-] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  20. S [1920-1921] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  21. T-U-V [1920-1921] 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence].
  22. W 1922 Through 1924 [Correspondence].
  23. A 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  24. B 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  25. C 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles, Marriage Announcements].
  26. D 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  27. E-F 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  28. G 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  29. H-I-J 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].

UGA 04-026:2

  1. K-L 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  2. M 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  3. N-O 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  4. P-Q 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  5. R 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  6. S 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  7. T-U-V 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  8. W 1924 Through September 1926 [Correspondence].
  9. Y-Z 1924 Through September 1926 [Y.M.C.A. Religious Welfare Conference].
  10. A September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  11. B September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  12. C September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  13. D September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  14. E-F September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  15. G September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  16. H-I-J September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence] [1].
  17. H-I-J September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence] [2].
  18. K-L September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  19. M September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  20. N-O September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  21. P September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  22. S September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  23. T-U September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  24. W September 1926 To September 1927 [Correspondence].
  25. A [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  26. B September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].
  27. C [July] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence, Newspaper Articles].

UGA 04-026:3

  1. E-F September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  2. G September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  3. H [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence] [1].
  4. H [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence] [2].
  5. L September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  6. M [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  7. N [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  8. P September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  9. R [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  10. S [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence] [1].
  11. S [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence] [2].
  12. T-U-V [October 1926] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  13. W September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  14. Y-Z [August] September 1927 To July 1, 1928 [Correspondence].
  15. [Printed Material 1923-1925] [1].
  16. [Printed Material 1923-1925] [2].
  17. [Printed Material 1923-1925] [3].
  18. "The Ideal Scrapbook-John E. Drewry-Athens, Ga." [Contents] [1920-1924] [1].
  19. "The Ideal Scrapbook-John E. Drewry-Athens, Ga." [Contents] [1920-1924] [2].
  20. [Includes Manuscript "Are School Teachers Immoral?", Newspaper Articles, Correspondence And Copies of Section of Will Pertaining To Drewry Papers] [c. 1920s-1970s] [1].
  21. [Includes Manuscript "Are School Teachers Immoral?", Newspaper Articles, Correspondence And Copies of Section of Will Pertaining To Drewry Papers] [c. 1920s-1970s] [2].
  22. [Correspondence 1933-1934] [1].
  23. [Correspondence 1933-1934] [2].
  24. [American Association Of Schools And Departments Of Journalism 1930-1931]
  25. Correspondence As President Of American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930.
  26. This Is The Story Of The Atlanta Journal [1943].

UGA 04-026:4

  1. [American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930] [1].
  2. [American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930] [2].
  3. [American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930] [3].
  4. [American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930] [4].
  5. [American Association Of Teachers Of Journalism 1930] [5].
  6. [Georgia Collegiate Press Association 1933-1937-Includes Photographs, Correspondence And Minutes] [1].
  7. [Georgia Collegiate Press Association 1933-1937-Includes Photographs, Correspondence And Minutes] [2].
  8. Georgia Press Institute [1933-1935] [1].
  9. Georgia Press Institute [1933-1935] [2].
  10. Georgia Press Institute [1933-1935] [3].
  11. Journalism Class Tests [1931-1948].
  12. Letters And Other Data On "Book Reviewing" [1942-1944].
  13. [Drewry-Personal Data 1945-1955 ?] [1].
  14. [Drewry-Personal Data 1945-1955 ?] [2].
  15. Drewry Materials [1965-1969].
  16. [Correspondence 1969-1970].
  17. [Contemporary American Magazines 1938 (1939)].
  18. [Scripts, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence, Etc.] [1939-1974] [1].
  19. [Scripts, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence, Etc.] [1939-1974] [2].
  20. [Journalism Classes 1936-1940].
  21. ["New Book News" 1939-1940?].

UGA 04-026:5

  1. Personal [1949-1969 Includes References to Trial And 2nd Marriage] [1].
  2. Personal [1949-1969 Includes References to Trial And 2nd Marriage] [2].
  3. Check Before Sending To Library [Correspondence 1973].
  4. Drewry Mailing List Deletions [1983].
  5. Personal [Resume, Car Registration, Eye Glasses Prescription, Birth Certificate of Kathleen Merry Drewry] [1930-1954].
  6. [Drewry 1941-1943].
  7. [Address Given To Ford Advertising Men-January 29, 1958].
  8. [Address On Henry W. Grady School Of Journalism].
  9. [Address On Publicity].
  10. ["Are You A Bore?"].
  11. ["Automotive Parts Advertising" Address Delivered April 21, 1950].
  12. ["Careers In Journalism"].
  13. ["Church Public Relations"].
  14. ["Doctors And The Public"].
  15. ["Good Public Relations Begin At Home-For Newspapers" Address Delivered June 3, 1955].
  16. ["Henry Grady's 'Better And Grander' Georgia"].
  17. ["June 15, 1961 Significant Anniversary For Henry W. Grady School Of Journalism..."].
  18. ['Many Journalism Alumni Are In Magazine Work"].
  19. ["Meditations On The Retirement Of A School Principal (Teacher)"].
  20. ["Poise, Power, Peace, And Freedom-For You"].
  21. ["PR: Public Relations For Profile Recognition" - Address Delivered October 24, 1960].
  22. ["Public Relations" - December 4, 1953].
  23. [Recharging Your Intellectual Storage Battery"].
  24. ["The Relationship Of Scholarship And Success In The Work-A-Day World"].
  25. ["The South And National Letters"].
  26. ["The University-Today And Tomorrow"].
  27. ["Why Writers Success-And Fail"].
  28. ["A Word From The Co-Sponsor At The Second Annual WSB Radio-TV News Broadcasting Conference November 10, 1960"].
  29. [Poise, Power, Peace And Freedom-For You 1971-1978] [1].
  30. [Poise, Power, Peace And Freedom-For You 1971-1978] [2].
  31. [Honors Program-Annual Reports 1986-1992][1].
  32. [Honors Program-Annual Reports 1986-1992] [2].
  33. Honors Convocation Programs 1969-1992 [Incomplete] [1].
  34. Honors Convocation Programs 1969-1992 [Incomplete] [2].
  35. Honors Day [Incomplete 1978-1986].
  36. [Drewry-Dedications And Tributes (1969-1976)].
  37. Book Donation Acknowledgements [1972-1985].
  38. John E. Drewry [Biography, Correspondence 1983].
  39. [George Abney Tour Group Information-July 25, 2000].
  40. [University Of Georgia Timelines].

UGA 04-026:6

  1. [Drewry-Programs, Photographs, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence, Etc] [c. 1920s-1960s] [1].
  2. [Drewry-Programs, Photographs, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence, Etc] [c. 1920s-1960s] [2].
  3. [Drewry-Programs, Photographs, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence, Etc] [c. 1920s-1960s] [3].
  4. [Statistics On Journalism Students-1956].
  5. [Georgia Press Institute-1957].

Series Two (Magazine Files 1925-1970)

UGA 04-026:7

  1. Charm [1950-1952].
  2. Circulation Management.
  3. Collier's [1940-1956].
  4. Coronet [1946-1961].
  5. Cosmopolitan [1935-1971] [1].
  6. Cosmopolitan [1935-1971] [2].
  7. Cotton [1947].
  8. Country Gentleman [1952].
  9. Current History [1936-1952].
  10. Editor And Publisher [1955-1967] [1].
  11. Editor And Publisher [1955-1967] [2].
  12. Esquire [1944-1962] [1].
  13. Esquire [1944-1962] [2].
  14. Flair [1950].
  15. Forum [1934-1951].
  16. Fortune [1943-1959].
  17. The Georgia Review.
  18. Good Housekeeping [1950-1964].
  19. Harper's Magazine [1934-1971] [1].
  20. Harper's Magazine [1934-1971] [2].
  21. Holiday [1954-1959].
  22. Horizon [1958].
  23. Hygeia [1947].
  24. Junior Achievement [1947-1948].
  25. The Junior Thinker.
  26. The Key Reporter QBK [1947-1949].
  27. Kiplinger Magazine [1947].
  28. Ladies Home Journal [1932-1962].
  29. Liberty Magazine [1934-1951].
  30. Literary Digest [1933-1938].
  31. Life [1933-1966] [1].
  32. Life [1933-1966] [2].
  33. Look [1947-1966].

UGA 04-026:8

  1. Mademoiselle [1940-1961].
  2. Magazine World.
  3. McCall's [1947-1962].
  4. Miscellaneous Mags [1951-1961] [1].
  5. Miscellaneous Mags [1951-1961] [2].
  6. Miscellaneous Mags [1951-1961] [3].
  7. Miscellaneous Mags [1951-1961] [4].
  8. Motor Age [1951].
  9. The New Yorker [1925-1965] [1].
  10. The New Yorker [1925-1965] [2].
  11. The New Yorker [1925-1965] [3].
  12. The New Yorker [1925-1965] [4].
  13. The New Yorker [1925-1965] [5].
  14. Newsweek [1945-1968].
  15. Pageant [1961].
  16. Parent's Magazine [1955-1957].
  17. Pathfinder [1951].
  18. Pictorial Review-Delineator [1932-1940].
  19. Plain Talk [1946].
  20. PM [?-1948].
  21. Publisher's Weekly [1957-1963].
  22. [Lectures Given By T.W. Reed, Earl B. Braswell, And Dan McGill-Submitted To The Quill And Who] [c. 1940s] [1].
  23. [Lectures Given By T.W. Reed, Earl B. Braswell, And Dan McGill-Submitted To The Quill And Who] [c. 1940s] [2].
  24. Quote [1951] [Includes Quick Brochure].
  25. Reader's Digest [1936-1964] [1].

UGA 04-026:9

  1. Reader's Digest [1936-1964] [2].
  2. Reader's Digest [1936-1964] [3].
  3. Redbook [1953].
  4. The Rotarian [1948-1958].
  5. Saturday Evening Post [1930-1970] [1].
  6. Saturday Evening Post [1930-1970] [2].
  7. Saturday Evening Post [1930-1970] [3].
  8. Saturday Review Of Literature [1945-1970].
  9. Scribner's [1935-1954].
  10. Scientific American [1956].
  11. The Southern Literary Messenger [1944].
  12. Southern Magazines [1940-1957] [1].
  13. Southern Magazines [1940-1957] [2].
  14. This Week [1950].
  15. Time [1935-1970] [1].
  16. Time [1935-1970] [2].
  17. Time [1935-1970] [3].
  18. Town And Country [1947].
  19. The United States News [U.S. News And World Report] [1945-1963]. *Advertising Material Extracted And Flattened-"Single Folder Oversize: Box 1.
  20. Vanity Fair-Vogue [1942-1963].
  21. Woman's Home Companion [1935-1948] [1].
  22. Woman's Home Companion [1935-1948] [2].
  23. The Yale Review [1939-1965].
  24. Virginia Quarterly Review [1950-1957].

Series Three (General and Grady College Correspondence 1920-1975)

UGA 04-026:10

  1. General D [Correspondence 1962-1972] [1].
  2. General D [Correspondence 1962-1972] [2].
  3. General E [Correspondence 1965-1974].
  4. General F [Correspondence 1965-1974].
  5. General G [Correspondence 1966-1974].
  6. General H [Correspondence 1965-1974] [1].
  7. General H [Correspondence 1965-1974] [2].
  8. General I [Correspondence 1962-1974].
  9. General J [Correspondence 1952-1969] [1].
  10. *Platt Extracted And Flattened-Drawer "University Archives 6".
  11. General J [Correspondence 1952-1969] [2].
  12. General K [Correspondence 1952-1973] [1].
  13. General K [Correspondence 1952-1973] [2].
  14. General K [Correspondence 1952-1973] [3].
  15. General L [Correspondence 1969-1972].
  16. General M [Correspondence 1965-1974].
  17. General Mc [M] [Correspondence 1961-1969].
  18. General N [Correspondence 1969-1974].
  19. General O [Correspondence 1963-1973].
  20. General P [Correspondence 1969-1974].
  21. General Q [Correspondence 1949-1973].
  22. General R [Correspondence 1962-1973] [1].
  23. General R [Correspondence 1962-1973] [2].
  24. General S [Correspondence 1965-1974] [1].
  25. General S [Correspondence 1965-1974] [2].
  26. General T [Correspondence 1951-1974] [1].

UGA 04-026:11

  1. General T [Correspondence 1951-1974] [2].
  2. General T [Correspondence 1951-1974] [3].
  3. General U [Correspondence 1951-1971].
  4. General V [1949-1973].
  5. General W [Correspondence 1959-1974] [1].
  6. General W [Correspondence 1959-1974] [2].
  7. General W [Correspondence 1959-1974] [3].
  8. General X-Y-Z [Correspondence 1949-1974].
  9. Grady A [Correspondence 1963-1969] [1].
  10. Grady A [Correspondence 1963-1969] [2].
  11. Grady B [Correspondence 1963-1975] [1].
  12. Grady B [Correspondence 1963-1975] [2].
  13. Grady C [Correspondence 1963-1971] [1].
  14. Grady C [Correspondence 1963-1971] [2].
  15. Grady C [Correspondence 1963-1971] [3].
  16. Grady D [Correspondence 1964-1971] [1].
  17. Grady D [Correspondence 1964-1971] [2].
  18. Grady E [Correspondence 1965-1968].
  19. Grady F [Correspondence, Photographs] [1965-1974].
  20. Grady G [Correspondence 1963-1974] [1].

UGA 04-026:12

  1. Grady G [Correspondence 1963-1974] [2].
  2. Grady H [Correspondence, Photographs] [1963-1975] [1].
  3. Grady H [Correspondence, Photographs] [1963-1975] [2].
  4. Grady I [Correspondence 1958-1963].
  5. Grady J [Correspondence 1963-1972].
  6. Grady K [Correspondence 1961-1971].
  7. Grady L [Correspondence 1963-1969].
  8. Grady M [Correspondence 1963-1972] [1].
  9. Grady M [Correspondence 1963-1972] [2].
  10. Grady M [Correspondence 1963-1972] [3].
  11. Grady Mc [Correspondence 1963-1973].
  12. Grady N [Correspondence 1954-1972].
  13. Grady O [Correspondence 1963-1972].
  14. Grady P [Correspondence 1963-1975].
  15. Grady Q [Correspondence 1961-1969].
  16. Grady R [Correspondence 1963-1973].
  17. Grady S [Correspondence 1962-1973] [1].
  18. Grady S [Correspondence 1962-1973] [2].
  19. Grady S [Correspondence 1962-1973] [3].
  20. Grady S [Correspondence 1962-1973] [4].
  21. Grady T [Correspondence 1964-1975].
  22. Grady U [Correspondence 1966].
  23. Grady V [Correspondence 1964-1973].
  24. Grady W [Correspondence 1963-1975] [1].
  25. Grady W [Correspondence 1963-1975] [2].
  26. Grady X-Y-Z [1964-1968].

UGA 04-026:13

  1. [Drewry Photographs c. 1940s-1950s] [1].
  2. [Drewry Photographs c. 1940s-1950s] [2].
  3. GSPA [Georgia Scholastic Press Association 1948-1969] [1].
  4. GSPA [Georgia Scholastic Press Association 1948-1969] [2].
  5. GSPA [Georgia Scholastic Press Association 1948-1969] [3].
  6. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [1].
  7. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [2].
  8. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [3].
  9. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [4].
  10. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [5].
  11. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [6].
  12. Television [Educational Channels/Channel 8] [1950-1953] [7].
  13. [Drewry Writings 1920s-1950s (Includes Information Relating To Women Journalists)] [1].
  14. [Drewry Writings 1920s-1950s (Includes Information Relating To Women Journalists)] [2].
  15. [Drewry Writings 1920s-1950s (Includes Information Relating To Women Journalists)] [3].
  16. The City Builder - August 1928.
  17. [Plant Needs (Program Requirements) For Schools And Colleges Of The University] [1952].

UGA 04-026:14

  1. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [1].
  2. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [2].
  3. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [3].
  4. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [4].
  5. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [5].
  6. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [6].
  7. [Drewry Writings 1930s-1940s (?)] [7].
  8. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [1].
  9. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [2].
  10. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [3].
  11. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [4].
  12. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [5].
  13. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [6].
  14. [Drewry Writings 1940s-1960s] [7].

UGA 04-026:15

  1. Three Photographs Received Later (After Main Collection) Peabody Awards [1957-1966].
  2. Preservation Copies [Photocopied Correspondence] [1931-1937].

Processed by Carol Bishop, December 2005.