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Material Relating to the Death of Freeman, 1953-1954 (continued)
BOX 125 Sympathy letters to his wife
(5 folders)
BOX 126-169 Speech, Article, and Book File, 1908-1954
Drafts and printed copies of speeches and articles and drafts and galley proofs of Freeman's major books.
Organized by type of material with the articles and speeches arranged chronologically as written and the books by title.
BOX 126 Articles and speeches
1908-1925
“Secession in Virginia,” 1908 (preservation photocopy)
“Publicity and Public Mind,” 1915 May
“Candid View of Naval and Military Situation,” 1917 Sept. 10
Liberty Loan speech, 1918 Mar. 25
Ph.D. dissertation
“Series of Lectures,” 1924-1925 (sermons)
To Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad employees on Victory Loan, 1919 Apr. 30
“The Tercentenary of Representative Government in Virginia,” 1919 July 30
Address on laying of the corner stone of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 1920 Apr. 13
At cornerstone ceremony, 1920, Apr. 13
Blacksburg, Va., 1920 June 15
To News Leader Current Events Club, 1920 Sept. 13
Miscellaneous speeches, 1921
BOX 126A “Secession in Virginia,” 1908 Fragile original: do not circulate See Container 126, same heading
BOX 127 1926-1942
“Battle Fields around Richmond,” 1925, 1937
At University of North Carolina, 1926 June 7
“William and Mary and UVA,” 1935 Sept. 21
“The Cornerstones at Stratford,” 1935 Oct. 12
“Southern Perplexities,” 1935 Oct. 23
“The Stewardship of American Wealth,” 1935 Nov. 25
“Lengthening the Shadow of Lee,” 1936 Jan. 20
To Virginia general assembly, 1936 Jan. 20
“Religion in the Modern World,” 1936 Jan. 20
“Your Age,” 1936 May 14
Address to American Library Association, 1936 May 16
“Early Education Ideals in Virginia and Massachusetts,” 1936 June 8
“Must the Caesars Return?,” 1936 June 9
“Adventure in Biography,” 1935-1936
“Is Moderation Dead?,” 1937 June
“Will Taxation Cripple Science and Education?,” 1940 Mar.
“Barbed Wire Horizons,” 1940 June 7
Address to state bank people, 1940 Sept. 19
Miscellaneous speeches, 1941
To Washington post military engineers, 1941 Feb. 27
“The Babies of New Market,” 1941 May
“Virginia's Contribution to Literature”
“Duration in Change,” 1941 Dec. 12
Miscellaneous speeches, 1942
Treasury Department Series, 1942 Jan.
Bicentennial issue
BOX 128 1943-1953
At University of Rochester, 1943 May 2
Richmond Christmas at War Time, 1943 Dec. 8
“A Free Church in a Free State,” 1944 Jan. 16
Statement to House Select Committee, 1945 June 14
“Serving Through Science,” 1945 July 1
Vassar commencement, 1945 July 1
Bucknell University, 1946 June
Miscellaneous
“New Market”
“I've Laughed All My Life”
“Human Values,” 1946 Oct. 18
“Unity of Democratic Effort,” 1947 June 16
“Young Washington,” 1947 Nov. 20
(2 folders)
University of Virginia Founders Day, 1952 Apr. 14
Five guiding rules to national defense
At bust of Jefferson Davis, 1952 June 25
“The Fine Art of Saving Time,” 1952-1953
Parson Weems's Life of Washington, 1953
Richmond and Virginia
BOX 129 Undated
Dartmouth College lectures, 1955-1956
Chapters from “Adventure in Biography”
The banker as a student
Speech in California
“Spies”
Miscellaneous
(3 folders)
“Who is in Command?”
American Motorist
BOX 130 Miscellaneous addresses
“Lincoln and Present Day Policy”
Miscellaneous speeches
Address (?)
On Virginia
“Five Controlling Factors in Virginia's Education”
On hookworm
Civil War round table
“How a Great Leader Met Adversity”
Miscellaneous
(2 folders)
BOX 131 Books
Lee of Virginia
Introduction and fragments
Preface
Chapters 1-7
(6 folders)
BOX 132 Chapters 12-29
(8 folders)
BOX 133 Chapters 28-39
(11 folders)
Notes on the account of the opening of “Pickett's Charge”
Chapters 40-41
BOX 134 Chapters 40-53
(6 folders)
BOX 135 Chapters 54-65
(6 folders)
BOX 136 Chapters 65-76
(7 folders)
BOX 137 Chapters 77-97
(8 folders)
BOX 138 Chapters 98-127
(7 folders)
Appendix
BOX 139 Bibliography, index and miscellaneous
Bibliography
(2 folders)
Index
Corrections
Miscellaneous
(5 folders)
BOX 140 Miscellaneous
(9 folders)
BOX 141 Miscellaneous and maps
(5 folders)
BOX 142 Introduction, Chapter 3
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