B. CARROLL REECE PAPERS
1865-1971

East Tennessee State University
Archives of Appalachia
Box 70295
Johnson City, Tennessee 37614

E-mail: archives@etsu.edu
Telephone: (423) 439-4338


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction
Administrative Information
Biographical Note
Scope and Content Note
Series Description
Box and Folder List
Addendum
Index


INTRODUCTION

Title:

The B. Carroll Reece Papers

Collection Numbers:

Accession No. 3
L. C. No. MS 82-589

Physical Description:


24 Hollinger boxes
63 scrapbooks
2 oversize boxes (containing photographs and certificates)
11 shellac discs

Creator:

B. Carroll Reece

Repository:

Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Provenance: The B. Carroll Reece Papers were transferred to the Archives of Appalachia in three separate donations. On October 1978 Harvey Dean, director of the B. Carroll Reece Museum at East Tennessee State University, transferred the first group of papers to the archives. This acquisition consisted of 13 linear feet of materials and 63 scrapbooks. On July 1983 Helen Roseberry, director of the Reece Museum, transferred 11 phonograph recordings of Reece's speeches to the archives. These recordings originally were accessioned as an individual collection, but in 1989 they were added to the main Reece collection. In May 1987 Roseberry transferred approximately one linear foot of materials.

Access: The papers are open for research.

Processing Information: Processing of the original acquisition was completed in 1982, while the addendum was processed in 1990by Marie Tedesco and Scott Schwartz.The finding aid was revised by Ed Speer in 1997.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Brazilla Carroll Reece was born on a farm near Butler, Johnson County, Tennessee, December 22, 1889. He attended Johnson County public schools, Watauga Academy, Carson-Newman College, New York University, and the University of London before becoming an assistant secretary and instructor at New York University from 1916 to 1917. In May of 1917 Reece enlisted with the American Expeditionary Forces and served from October 1917 until July 1919. During his military service, Reece was at the front two hundred and ten days and commanded the 3rd Battalion of the One Hundred and Second Infantry Regiment, Twenty-sixth Division. Reece was cited for bravery by Marshal Petain and Generals Pershing, Hale, and Edwards for "service above the call of duty" (while at the front) and decorated with the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Purple Heart, and the French Croix de Guerre with Palm. After the war, Reece took employment as New York University's Director of the School of Business Administration, a position he retained until 1920.

B. Carroll Reece was elected as a Republican representative to the sixty-seventh Congress in 1921 and remained Tennessee's first congressional district's representative until 1931. Losing the 1930 re-election bid to Congress, Reece immediately sought and eventually was elected to the seventy-third Congress in 1933 and remained a congressional representative until 1947. As a leading Tennessee congressman, Reece also served as a delegate to the Republican National Conventions for 1928, 1932, 1936, 1940, 1944, and 1948. In addition to being a respected lawyer, banker, and publisher, Reece was a member of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institute between 1945 and 1946 and chairman of the Republican National Committee between 1946 and 1948. He was an unsuccessful candidate for election to the United States Senate in 1948 but was elected to the eighty-second congress. Reece retained his congressional seat until his death at the naval hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, March 19, 1961.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Original Acquisition: Included are correspondence, memoranda, speeches, phonodiscs of speeches, Congressional reports, newsclippings, scrapbooks and photographs which provide documentation on Reece's family and on his personal life and political career, 1865-1965.

Organization: The collection is divided into seven series as follows: Series I, Personal Papers, 1908-1955; Series II, Republican National Convention, 1946-1952; Series III, The Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations, 1953-1960; Series IV, Speeches of B. Carroll Reece, 1920-60; Series V, Scrapbooks, 1913-1960; Series VI, Photographs and Drawings, 1919-61; and Series VII, Commendations and Certificates, 1865-1965.

Addendum: Included are correspondence, certificates, publications and photographs on Reece's education, military life and political career, 1893-1971.

Organization: Materials in this addition relate to pre-existing series, Series I, Personal Papers, 1893-1971; Series II, Republican National Conventions, 1946-52; Series V, Scrapbooks, 1954-65; and Series VI, Photographs and Drawings, 1919-61.

Important subjects covered in the collection are:

Afro-Americans--Political activity
Aleman, Miguel, 1905-
Baker, Howard H. (Howard Henry), 1925-
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 1875-1955
Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925-
Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
Colegrove, Kenneth Wallace, 1886-1975
Conrad, Arthur L.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971
Dodd, Norman
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
Ettinger, Karl E.
Ford, Henry, 1917-1987
Gabrielson, Guy G. (Guy George), 1891-1976
Hallanan, Walter S. (Walter Simms), 1890-1962
Hays, Wayne L. (Wayne Levere), 1911-
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972
Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899-
Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875
Kinsey, Alfred C. (Alfred Charles), 1894-1956. Sexual Behavior in the human male
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1902-
Military art and science
Nixon, Pat, 1912-
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-
Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
Peron, Eva, 1919-1952
Peron, Juan Domingo, 1895-1974
Reece, B. Carroll (Brazilla Carroll), 1889-1961
Reece, Louise Goff
Republican National Committee (U.S.)
Republican National Convention (1948 : Philadelphia)
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Rusk, Dean, 1909-
Taft, Robert A. (Robert Alphonso), 1889-1953
Tennessee Valley Authority
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
United States. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
United States. Congress. House. Special Committee to Investigate
Tax-exempt Foundations
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1939-1945
Wormser, Ren'e Albert, 1896-
Young Republican National Federation (U.S.)

 

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SERIES DESCRIPTION

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Series I, PERSONAL PAPERS, 1908-1955, Boxes 1-2.

Series I contains correspondence, memoranda, and certificates relating to the educational, military and political career of B. Carroll Reece. The series is arranged into four subseries: Subseries I-A, Educational Records, 1908-1955; Subseries I-B, Military Records, 1917- 1945; Subseries I-C, Political Records, 1912-1954; and Subseries I-D, Personal Records, 1912-1954. The records are arranged alphabetically by type of document. See also addendum.

Subseries I-A, EDUCATIONAL RECORDS, 1908-1955, Box 1.

Subseries I-A includes correspondence, teacher contract, grade reports from Watauga Academy and New York University, recommendations, references, and various essays. There are also certificates from Lincoln Memorial University, Tusculum College, and a short composition book. The records are arranged alphabetically by document type. See also addendum.

Subseries I-B, MILITARY RECORDS, 1917-1945, Box 1.

Subseries I-B contains correspondence, telegrams, special orders, promotions, certificates, and newsclippings of a soldier roster from 1917. In addition to these records, there is correspondence between Dayton E. Phillips and B. Carroll Reece. The records are arranged alphabetically by document type or subject. See also addendum.

Subseries I-C, POLITICAL MATERIAL, 1930-1948, Box 2.

Subseries I-C contains correspondence, telegrams, and newsclippings documenting Reece's activities as a Tennessee Congressman. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject or document type. See also addendum.

Subseries I-D, PERSONAL RECORDS, 1912-1954, Box 2.

Subseries I-D contains correspondence, telegrams, and certificates. The records are arranged alphabetically by document type. See also addendum.

Series II, THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1948, 1946-1952, Boxes 3-14.

Series II contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, and minutes documenting the activities of the Republican National Convention of 1948. The series is broken down into five subseries: Subseries II-A, Organization of the 1948 Republican National Convention and Related Material, 1946-1952; Subseries II-B, Participation of Individual Groups in the 1948 Republican National Convention, 1946-1952; Subseries II-C, Individual Participation in the Republican National Convention, 1946- 1948; Subseries II-D, Committee Meetings of the Republican National Convention, 1946-1952; Subseries II-E, The Republican National Convention Meeting, 1946-1948. See also addendum.

Subseries II-A, ORGANIZATION OF THE 1948 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION AND RELATED MATERIAL, 1946-1948, Boxes 3-10.

Subseries II-A contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, lists of delegates, rules, committee appointments and assignments, and newsclippings documenting the initial organization and early operation of the 1948 Republican National Convention. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Subseries II-B, PARTICIPATION OF INDIVIDUAL GROUPS IN THE 1948 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1952, Boxes 10-12.

Subseries II-B contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, lists, cost expenditures, newsclippings, and miscellaneous records documenting the activities and participation of different political organizations during the 1948 Republican National Convention. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject . See also addendum.

SubSeries II-C, INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION IN REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1948, Boxes 12-13.

Subseries II-C contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, biographies, resumes, lists, reports, newsclippings, and miscellaneous records documenting the activities and participation of various individuals during the 1948 Republican National Convention. The records are arranged alphabetically by the individual's surname.

Subseries II-D, COMMITTEE MEETINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1952, Boxes 13-14.

Subseries II-D contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, minutes, proceedings, and miscellaneous records documenting the activities of various committees during the 1948 Republican National Convention. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject. See also addendum.

Subseries II-E, THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE AND CONVENTION PROCEEDINGS, 1946-1948, Box 14.

Subseries II-E contains the proceedings of the Republican National Convention and committee meetings. The records are arranged chronologically by year and/or month, day and year of the meetings.

Series III, THE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1960, Boxes 15-21.

Series III contains correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, newsclippings, reports, articles, transcriptions, and miscellaneous records related to various organizations and individuals under legislative investigation by the Special House Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations. The series is divided into four sub-series: Subseries III-A, Various Organizational Interests, 1953-1960; Subseries III-B, Individual Participation in Tax-Exempt Foundations, 1954-1960; Subseries III-C, Reports and Books Relating to Certain Tax-Exempt Foundations, 1953-1960; and Subseries III-D, The Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations, 1953-1958.

Subseries III-A, VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONAL INTERESTS, 1953-1960, Boxes 15- 16.

Subseries III-A concerns itself with organizations interested in creating tax-exempt foundations and similar foundations under investigation by the Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations. This subseries includes correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, newsclippings, articles, reports, and miscellaneous materials. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Subseries III-B, INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION IN TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1954-1960, Boxes 16-18.

Subseries III-B includes correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, newsclippings, reports, articles and miscellaneous materials documenting individual participation in tax-exempt foundations. The records are arranged alphabetically by the individual's surname.

Subseries III-C, REPORTS AND BOOKS RELATING TO CERTAIN TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1960, Boxes 18-19.

Subseries III-C includes correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, articles, newsclippings, reports, and miscellaneous materials. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Subseries III-D, THE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1958, Boxes 19-21.

Subseries III-D includes correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, newsclippings, reports, articles, hearings, and miscellaneous materials. The records are arranged alphabetically by subject or document type, and then chronologically by year and/or month, day and year of document.

Series IV, THE SPEECHES OF B. CARROLL REECE, 1920-1960, Boxes 22-23.

Series IV includes speeches written by B. Carroll Reece covering a broad range of social, political, and economic topics. The series also contains correspondence, telegrams, receipts, and newsclippings related to Reece's speeches. For the sake of uniformity these items have been placed at the end of the papers in this series. The records are arranged alphabetically by folder title and then chronologically by the first date of a date span on each folder. Also included are eleven 78 RPM shellac discs of speeches made by Reece. The discs are numbered and arranged sequentially by assigned number. The disc storage box is stored with the oral history materials.

Series V, SCRAPBOOKS PERTAINING TO THE LIFE OF B. CARROLL REECE, 1913-1960, Boxes 24-57.

Series V contains scrapbooks which document the personal and professional lives of B. Carroll Reece, 1913-61. The scrapbooks contain newsclippings, telegrams, speeches, event programs, photographs, and reports. The scrapbooks are numerically. Some photographs have been removed from the scrapbooks and placed in separate boxes. On the reverse of each photograph is a notation indicating from which scrapbook the photo has been removed.

Series VI, PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS, 1919-1961. Boxes 58-59.

Included are photographic prints and pencil drawings of B. Carroll Reece, Louise Goff Reece, and other national and international political figures. Materials are stored in the photographic storage area.

Series VII, COMMENDATIONS, CERTIFICATES, AND MISCELLANEOUS OVERSIZE DOCUMENTS, 1865-1965, Box 60.

Included are commendations to B. Carroll Reece for various accomplishments; certificates of membership in civic and political groups by B. Carroll and Louise G. Reece; and miscellaneous materials collected by B. Carroll Reece.

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BOX AND FOLDER LIST

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Series I, PERSONAL PAPERS, 1908-1955, Boxes 1-2.

Subseries I-A, EDUCATIONAL RECORDS, 1908-1955, Box 1.

Box 1

1. Booklet and pass pertaining to New York University School of  Commerce, 1919-20.
2. Correspondence, 1915.
3. Correspondence, 1919-20.
4. Composition book, undated.
5. Degree, Lincoln Memorial University, 1946.
6. Degree, Tusculum College, 1955.
7. Essays on various topics, undated.
8. Essays on various topics, undated.
9. Grade Reports, 1911-17.
10. Recommendations, 1908-20.
11. Teacher contract, 1908.

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Subseries I-B, MILITARY RECORDS, 1917-1945, Box 1.

Box 1

12. Booklets, military in nature, undated.
13. Certificate, major staff specialist, 1924.
14. Correspondence and military records, 1917-20.
15. Phillips, Dayton E., 1942-45.
16. Plattesburg Roster for New York Camp, 1917.

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Subseries I-C, POLITICAL MATERIAL, 1930-1948, Box 2.

Box 2

1. Agriculture Adjustment Agency, 1946-48.
**2. Certificate, Congressman, First District, Tennessee, 1958 and 1961. **Transferred to Box 60.
3. Andrew Johnson, 1958.
4. Muscle Shoals, 1930
5. Tennessee Valley Authority, 1930-48.

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Subseries I-D, PERSONAL RECORDS, 1912-1954, Box 2.

Box 2

6-10. Book chapters of a biography of Andrew Johnson, undated.
11. Andrew Johnson, notes and booklets, 1866, 1928, 1955, and undated.
12. Certificate, Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1947.
13. Correspondence, 1938.
14. Letters, 1919-20.
15. Letters and telegrams, 1912-54.
16. Research work related to B. Carroll Reece Book, undated.
17. Title of Deed, Jack Daniel Distillery, 1960. [Box 60]

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Series II, THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1948, 1946-1952, Boxes 3-14.

Subseries II-A, ORGANIZATION OF THE 1948 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION AND RELATED MATERIAL, 1946-1948, Boxes 3-10.

Box 3

1. Arrangement of committees - announcements and lists, undated.
2. Arrangement of committees - attendance lists, 1948.
3. Arrangement committee, A-H, 1947-48.
4. Arrangement committee, H-J, 1947-48.
5. Arrangement committee, J-W, 1947-48.
6. Chairman for Republican National Convention, 1948.
7. Chairman's assistant, A-Z, 1948.
8. "The Chairman's Letter," A-H, 1946-48.
9. "The Chairman's Letter," H-R, 1946-48.

Box 4

1. "The Chairman's Letter," R-W, 1946-48.
2. "The Chairman's Letter," 1946-48.
3. Chaplains for 1948 Republican National Convention, 1948.
4. Chaplains for 1948 Republican National Convention, 1948.
5. Committee on call, 1948.
6. Committee on call, 1948.
7. Committee on call, 1947-48.
8. Committee on contests, 1947-48.
9. Committee on contests, 1948.
10. Committee on contests, minutes, 1948.
11. Committee on music, 1948.
12. Committee on music, musical sheets, 1948.
13. Committee on music, 1948.
14. Committee on resolutions, 1948.
15. Committee on resolutions, members, 1948.

Box 5

1. Committee on rules, 1948.
2. Committee on rules, 1948
3. Delegates credentials, 1948.
4. Delegates lists by state credentials, undated.
5. Delegates, 1948.
6. Delegates from Puerto Rico, undated.
7. Delegates from Tennessee, undated.
8. Delegates substitution forms, 1948.
9. Doorkeeper's assignments, A-Z, 1948.
10. Film projectors, 16mm, 1946-48.
11. Film projectors for 1948 Republican National Convention, 1947- 48.
12. Fund raising operation, 1946-48.

Box 6

1. Newspaperman invitational luncheon, 1946-48.
2. Pages and ushers, A-O, 1948.
3. Pages and ushers, P-Z, 1948.
4. Pages, messengers, and ushers, 1948.
5. Parliamentarian, appointment, 1947.
6. Parliamentarian, assignments, A-Z, 1948.
7. Press, radio, and television, 1947-48.
8. Press accommodations, 1947-48.
9. Press, 1946.
10. Promotional devices for Republican National Convention, 1948.
11. Promotional devices for Republican National Convention, 1947- 48.
12. Radio Coverage, 1947-48.
13. Reading desk, assignments, A-Z, 1947-48.
14. Reece, B. Carroll planning of Republican National Convention, 1947-48.
15. Reporter for 1948 Republican National Convention, 1948.
16. Reports, 1947-48.
17. Republican platform, A-G, 1948.
18. Republican platform, H-Y, 1948.
19. Room accommodation, 1948.

Box 7

1. Room accommodation for citizen committee, 1948.
2. Room accommodation for delegates, 1948.
3. Room accommodation for delegates, A-C, 1947-48.
4. Room accommodation for delegates, D-H, 1947-48.
5. Room accommodation for delegates, J-O, 1947-48.
6. Room accommodation for delegates, P-R, 1947-48.
7. Room accommodation for delegates, S-Z, 1947-48.
8. Secretary, assistant, 1948.
9. Secretary, selection, 1948.
10. Sergeant at arms, assignments, A-K, 1947-48.
11. Sergeant at arms, assignments, L-Z, 1947-48.
12. Sergeant at arms and door keepers, 1948.
13. Site committee meeting, 1947.
14. Site of convention, 1946.
15. Site of convention, 1947-48.

Box 8

1. Site of Republican National presidential acceptance speech, 1948.
2. Speaker, 1948.
3. Telephone facilities, 1948.
4. Television coverage, 1948.
5. Tickets for honored guests, A-C, 1948.
6. Tickets for honored guests, D-G, 1948.
7. Tickets for honored guests, H-J, 1948.
8. Tickets for honored guests, K-M, 1947.
9. Tickets for honored guests, N-R, 1947.
10. Tickets for honored guests, S-V, 1947.
11. Tickets for honored guests, W-Z, 1947.
12. Tickets for Tennessee guests, 1948.
13. Tickets for delegates, A, 1948.
14. Tickets for delegates, B, 1948.

Box 9

1. Tickets for delegates, C, 1948.
2. Tickets for delegates, D-E, 1948.
3. Tickets for delegates, F-G, 1947-48.
4. Tickets for delegates, H-K, 1947-48.
5. Tickets for delegates, L-N, 1948.
6. Tickets for delegates, O-R, 1948.
7. Tickets for delegates, S-V, 1948.
8. Tickets for delegates, W-Z, 1948.

Box 10

1. Tickets promised, list, 1948.
2. Transportation manager, 1948.
3. Treasurer, 1948.

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Subseries II-B, PARTICIPATION OF INDIVIDUAL GROUPS IN THE 1948 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1952, Boxes 10-12.

Box 10

4. Black Republican participation in National Convention, A-G, 1946-48.
5. Black Republican participation in National Convention, H-P, 1946-48.
6. Black Republican participation in National Convention, R-S, 1946-48.
7. Black Republican participation in National Convention, T-Y, 1946-48.
8. Correspondence, Equal Rights Amendment, undated.
9. Federal investigation of campaign expenditures, 1946-48.
10. National Federation of Women's Republican Clubs, A-G, 1946-48.

Box 11

1. National Federation of Women's Republican Clubs, H-W, 1946-48.
2. Presidential primaries, 1948.
3. B. Carroll Reece: organization of Republican National Convention, 1948.
4. B. Carroll Reece: participation in 1952 campaign, 1952.
5. Republican National Convention, past and future expense, 1945- 47.
6. Small Business, 1946-47.
7. Various subjects, 1946-48.
8. Young Republicans, 1948.
9. Young Republicans, A-E, 1946-48.
10. Young Republicans, F-L, 1946-48.

Box 12

1. Young Republicans, M-W, 1946-48.

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Subseries II-C, INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION IN REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1948, Boxes 12-13.

Box 12

2. Anderson, Alton, undated.
3. Adams, John G., 1946-47.
4. Backer, Edward L., 1946-47.
5. Barger, Harry, 1946.
6. Becker, Ralph, 1947-48.
7. Brown, Clarence J., 1946.
8. Burch, Betty, 1946-47.
9. Donald, William J., 1947-48.
10. Feller, Bonner, 1948.
11. Fisher, Mrs. Faith, 1946-48.
12. Fowler, Edgar F., 1947-48.
13. Ingle, Edward T., 1946-48.
14. Kent, Beulah, 1946.
15. Klein, Julius, 1948.
16. Louden, G. Donald, 1946-48.
17. McCaffree, Floyd, 1947.

Box 13

1. Macauley, Mrs. Lane H., 1947-48.
2. Murphy, William C., 1947-48.
3. McNab, Everett, undated.
4. Place, Edward, 1947.
5. Reece, B. Carroll, undated.
6. Taylor, Zachery, 1947-48.
7. Truman, Harry, 1946-48.
8. Truman, Harry, 1946-48.
9. Walsh, Richard B., 1947-48.
10. Washington, Val, 1947.
11. Wheaton, Mrs. Anne, 1948.
12. Whitehurst, Ben, 1946-48.
13. Wilson, Hugh, 1946.
14. Woodward, Walter C., Jr., 1946-47.

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Subseries II-D, COMMITTEE MEETINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1946-1952, Boxes 13-14.

Box 13

15. Analysis of 1952 Republican Convention, 1952.
16. Chairman and officers committee meeting of 1952.
17. Columbus, Ohio, meeting of delegates, 1946.
18. Committee on arrangements meeting, 1952.
19. Committee on arrangements meeting, 1952.
20. Committee on arrangements executive meeting, 1952.
21. Committee on arrangements executive meeting, 1952.
22. Convention site committee meeting, 1947.
23. Executive committee meeting, 1946.
24. Executive committee meeting, 1946.
25. Finance chairman meeting, 1948.
26. Kansas City meeting, substitute delegates, 1947.
27. Midwest meeting, 1946-47.
28. Programs of the Republican National Convention and meeting, 1947, 1948, 1960.
29. Republican National Committee meeting, 1946.
30. Republican National Committee meeting, 1946.

Box 14

1. Republican National Committee meeting, 1946.
2. Republican National Committee meeting, 1947.
3. Republican National Committee meeting, 1948.
4. Republican National Committee, Stenographic transcripts 1948.
5. Springfield meeting, 1946.
6. Various committee meetings, 1946-48.
7. Western meeting, 1946.

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Subseries II-E, THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE AND CONVENTION PROCEEDINGS, 1946-1948, Box 14.

Box 14

8. Proceedings of the Republican National Committee, 1946.
9. Proceedings of the Republican National Committee, 1946.
10. Proceedings of the Republican National Committee, 1947.
11. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, June 21, 1948.
12. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, June 22, 1948.
13. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, June 23, 1948.
14. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, June 24, 1948.
15. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, June 25, 1948.
16. Proceedings of the Republican National Convention, (official report), June 1948.

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Series III, THE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1960, Boxes 15-21.

Subseries III-A, VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONAL INTERESTS, 1953-1960, Boxes 15-16.

Box 15

1. American Economic Foundation, 1959-60.
2. American Good Government Society, 1957-59.
3. American Legion, 1953.
4. Americans for Constitutional Action, 1958-59.
5. Bonner Fellers, 1956-58.
6. Daughters of the American Revolution, 1954-56.
7. For America, 1958.
8. Foundations, 1953-54.
9. Foundations, 1953-54.
10. Foundations, 1954-56.
11. Foundations, 1955-56.
12. Foundations, 1957.
13. Foundations, 1958.

Box 16

1. Foundations, 1959-60.
2. Foundations are not untouchable, 1955.
3. Ford Fund for the Republic, 1955.
4. Fund for the Republic, booklets, 1955-57.
5. Fund for the Republic, 1955.
6. Funds for the Public, 1954-56.
7. Funds for the Republic, 1954-56.
8. Heritage Foundation, 1953-59.
9. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1956.
10. Junto, 1954.
11. Minute Women Organization, 1954-55.
12. National Science Foundation, 1955.
13. Questionnaire, select committee to investigate tax-exempt foundations, undated.
14. Report, "The International Conspiracy," undated.
15. Rockefeller Foundation, 1955.
16. Speech, "The Liberal Mind," undated.
17. Speech, "Who's Running the Ford Foundation?", undated.

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Subseries III-B, INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION IN TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1954-1960, Boxes 16-18.

Box 16

18. Bagby, Dr. James, 1955-56.
19. Bertolette, C. M., 1954-56.
20. Colegrove, Dr. Kenneth, 1954-58.

Box 17

1. Conrad, Arthur L., 1955-57.
2. Conrad, Arthur L., 1954-55.
3. Cushman, Dr. Robert E., 1955.
4. Dodd, Bella V., 1956.
5. Dodd, Norman, 1956-58.
6. Donner, Robert, 1955-60.
7. Earl, Ken, 1954-55.
8. Ettinger, Dr. Karl E., 1956.
9. Ettinger, Dr. Karl E. and George B. de Huszar, 1954.
10. Hays, Wayne L., 1954-55.
11. Hutchins, Dr., 1955.
12. Laine, Elizabeth, 1956.
13. Little, E. H., 1956.
14. McCloy, John J., 1954-56.
15. Marshall, John, 1956-58.
16. Matthews, Dr. J. B., 1955.
17. Phillips, Dayton E., undated.
18. Pegler, Westbrook, 1954-59.
19. Reece, B. Carroll and Waldo J. Nichols, 1954-59.
20. Rimansczy, Richard S., 1954-59.

Box 18

1. Sargent, Aaron M., 1954-55.
2. Strauss, Nathan, 1955.
3. Stricker, Adam, Jr., 1955-56.

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Subseries III-C, REPORTS AND BOOKS RELATING TO CERTAIN TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1960, Boxes 18-19.

Box 18

4. George B. de Huszar report, Ford Foundation and its subsidiaries, undated.
5. George B. de Huszar report, Subversive and Un-American Propaganda, undated.
6. The Kinsey report, 1953-54.
7. The Kinsey Report, undated.
8. The Kinsey Report, foreign response, 1954.
9. Rene A. Wormser's book, 1955.

Box 19

1. Rene A. Wormser's book, 1955-57.
2. Rene A. Wormser's book, 1957-60.
3. Draft of book by Rene A. Wormser, undated.
4. Draft of book by Rene A. Wormser, undated.

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Subseries III-D, THE COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS, 1953-1958, Boxes 19-21.

Box 19

5. Committee on tax-exempt foundations, 1955.
6. Committee on tax-exempt foundations, 1955.
7. Committee on tax-exempt foundations, final draft, 1954-57.
8. Committee on tax-exempt foundations, final report, 1954.
9. Cox Committee, final report and index, 1953-54.
10. Fact forum report, 1955-56.
11. Ford Fund for the Republic, speech report, 1955-56.

Box 20

1. Freedom Agenda, 1955.
2. Fund for the Republic, copies of speech, 1955-56.
3. Funds for the foundations, 1953.
4. Harvard Law School forum on tax-exempt foundations, 1953-56.
5. Hearing transcripts, May 10, 1954.
6. Hearing transcripts, May 11, 1954.
7. Hearing transcripts, May 18, 1954.
8. Hearing transcripts, May 19, 1954.
9. Hearing transcripts, May 20, 1954.
10. Hearing transcripts, May 24, 1954.
11. Hearing transcripts, May 25, 1954.

Box 21

1. Hearing transcripts, May 27, 1954.
2. Hearing transcripts, June 3, 1954.
3. Hearing transcripts, June 4, 1954.
4. Hearing transcripts, June 8, 1954.
5. Hearing transcripts, June 9, 1954.
6. Manion's Dean, "Key to Peace", 1958.
7. Meet the Press, 1955.
8. New York Times, 1955-56.
9. Press Club meeting, 1955.
10. Report by Norman Dodd and B. Carroll Reece, 1954-55.
11. Special file committee, 1953-56.
12. Washington talks, Broadcast, 1955.

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Series IV, THE SPEECHES OF B. CARROLL REECE, 1920-1960, Boxes 22-23.

Box 22

1. American Crisis in Education, undated.
2. American's Neutrality, undated.
3. Annual Commerce Dinner of New York University, April 4, 1940.
4. Joseph W. Byrns, June 5, 1936.
5. Campaign speeches, 1920-54.
6. Campaign speeches, November 2, 1948.
7. Capitol Hill Associates, Inc., December 29, 1958.
8. Chairman's Address to Opening Session, undated.
9. Commonwealth Club of California, March 11, 1955.
10. Communists behind Attacks on Nixon, May 22, 1958.
11. Congress Falls Heir to Perplexing Problems, February 28, 1951.
12. Cuban Crisis, undated.
13. Cumberland University, June 1928.
14. Education for Citizenship, February 1, 1954.
15. Dwight D. Eisenhower, January 27, 1960.
16. Eisenhower Recovery, August 1956.
17. Eisenhower Hand in Our Air Power Reduction, June 19, 1952.
18. Elizabethton High School, Commencement Address, May 27, 1955.
19. Farmers Problem, undated.
20. Federal Budget, August 1956.
21. Federal Trade Commission Act, March 6, 1945.
22. Ford Fund for the Republic, July 21, 1955.
23. Ford Foundation Fund for the Republic, undated.
24. Foundations, June 1, 1955.
25. German Provinces East of Oder-Neisse Line, and Economic, Historical, Legal and Political Aspects Involved, May 16, 1957.
26. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, May 13, 1937.
27. Wayne Hays, undated.
28. It is Just Common Sense to Ask Why We Arrived at Our Present Perilous Positions, March 19, 1951.
29. Andrew Johnson, undated.
30. Rev. Edward A. Keller, C.S.C., February 27, 1951.
31. Abraham Lincoln Day Address, February 10, 1940 and February 12, 1938.
32. Abraham Lincoln, undated.
33. Mother's Day, May 11, 1941.
34. Muscle Shoals Conference Report, May 24, 1928.

Box 23

1. National Press Club Luncheon, February 23, 1955.
2. National Service Act, February 1, 1945.
3. Nation's Defense, undated.
4. Oklahoma City Speech, January 9, 1947.
5. President's State of the Union Message, undated.
6. Price Control at Home and Abroad, undated.
7. Reece, B. Carroll, March 2, 1931.
8. Report from Washington, undated.
9. Republic of the United States, February 2, 1952.
10. Republican Post-War Advisory Council, September 14, 1943.
11. Responsibilities of Freedom, May 31, 1959.
12. Rubber Stamp Waste, undated.
13. Russia is Not America's Greatest Danger, undated.
14. St. David Society of Scranton, Pennsylvania, February 28, 1953.
15. Salt Lake City, Speech, January 27, 1960.
16. Security of the United States, undated.
17. Sevier County High School - Commencement Address, May 10, 1940.
18. Socialism by Way of Tax-exempt Foundations, April 6, 1956.
19. Special Committee to investigate Tax-exempt Foundations, August 20, 1954.
20. Speeches in House, June 14, 1955.
21. Taft, Robert A., ND, Remarks, April 14, 1959.
22. Taft, Robert A., August 1, 1953.
23. Taylor, J. Will, February 19, 1940.
24. Texas Republican Convention, undated.
25. Truman, Harry, June 14, 1948.
26. United Nations, undated.
27. Spokane, Washington, June 18, 1957.
28. Watauga Academy, May 1942.
29. Correspondence, receipts, and invoices, 1958.
30. Correspondence, receipts, and invoices relating to speeches, 1958.
31. Correspondence and telegrams relating to Lincoln's Day Dinner, 1947.
32. Letters and telegrams related to speeches, 1952-56.

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Series V, SCRAPBOOKS PERTAINING TO THE LIFE OF B. CARROLL REECE, 1913-1960, Boxes 24-57.

Box 24

Scrapbook 1: Reece scrapbook--articles and editorials about Reece's works as congressman from the First Congressional District of Tennessee, 1920-1930

Box 25

Scrapbook 2: Family scrapbook--articles, editorials and photographs of the Reece family and Reece's military activities, 1923-1930
Scrapbook 3: Family scrapbook--articles, editorials and photographs of the Reece family and Reece's military activities, 1924-1946

Box 26

Scrapbook 4: Tariff speeches delivered in the United States Senate, February-March 1930

Box 27

Scrapbook 5: News scrapbook--clippings related to Reece's elections to Congress, 1930-1940

Box 28

Scrapbook 6: News scrapbook--clippings concerning Reece's selection to state Republican party post, with editorials by Reece, 1940-1947
Scrapbook 7: The Republican News, 1946-1948

Box 29

Scrapbook 8: Addresses and remarks of B. Carroll Reece, 1946

Box 30

Scrapbook 9: News scrapbook--clippings relating to Reece's views on the Republican and Democratic parties and on political issues, 1946-1947
Scrapbook 10: Family scrapbook--clippings, invitations, and photographs relating to family activities, 1946-1947

Box 31

Scrapbook 11: Addresses and remarks of B. Carroll Reece, 1946
Scrapbook 12: The Chairman's Letter, 1946-1947

Box 32

Scrapbook 13: Editorial scrapbook--clippings relating to Reece's selection as chairman of the Republican National Party, 1946

Box 33

Scrapbook 14: News scrapbook--clippings concerning Reece's selection as head of the Republican Party, and Reece's views on the upcoming Republican electoral contests, 1946
Scrapbook 15: The Chairman's Letter, 1946-1948

Box 34

Scrapbook 16: News Scrapbook, clippings concerning Republican Party and Chairman Reece, 1946.
Scrapbook 17: Editorial Scrapbook, clippings relating to election of Reece as Republican leader and his views on Republican liberalism, free enterprise, and communism, 1946.

Box 35

Scrapbook 18: News Scrapbook, clippings on Congressional campaigns and issues, 1946.
Scrapbook 19: News Scrapbook, clippings on Congressional campaigns and issues, 1946.

Box 36

Scrapbook 20: Editorial scrapbook, clippings on Reece's anti-New Deal views, inflation and meat prices, 1946.
Scrapbook 21: News Scrapbook, clippings on Republican fight for control of Senate and House of Representatives, 1946-47.

Box 37

Scrapbook 22: Editorial Scrapbook, clippings on Republican strategy for 1948 election, 1946-47.
Scrapbook 23: News Scrapbook, clippings on Reece's re-election to Congress, Republican strategies for the 1948 elections, and other political topics, 1946-58.
Scrapbook 24: News Scrapbook, clippings on Reece's re-election to Congress, Republican strategies for the 1948 elections, and other political topics, 1946-58.

Box 38

Scrapbook 25: News Scrapbook, clippings on nation's expenditures, Republican Party aims, and its feud with President Truman and Congress on taxes, and Reece's views on the TVA and consumer prices, 1947-48.
Scrapbook 26: News Scrapbook, clippings on nation's expenditures, Republican Party aims, and its feud with President Truman and Congress on taxes, and Reece's views on the TVA and consumer prices, 1947-48.

Box 39

Scrapbook 27: News Scrapbook, clippings on Reece's views on various political issues, 1947-48.
Scrapbook 28: Editorials on various issues, especially the 1948 Presidential election, 1947-48.

Box 40

Scrapbook 29: Addresses and remarks of B. Carroll Reece, 1947

Box 41

Scrapbook 30: Family Scrapbook, clippings, invitations, and photographs of Reece's family and friends, 1947-48.

Box 42

Scrapbook 31: Family and News Scrapbook, clippings, invitations, and photographs of Reece's family and friends. News clippings on political topics, especially the 1948 Republican National Convention, 1948.
Scrapbook 32: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, especially the 1948 election, 1948.

Box 43

Scrapbook 33: News Scrapbook, clippings on political issues, especially Republican Party policies, 1948.
Scrapbook 34: News Scrapbook, clippings on political issues, especially Republican Party policies, 1948-54.

Box 44

Scrapbook 35: News scrapbook--clippings of Reece's campaign for the United States Senate, with Roy Acuff campaigning for the office of governor in 1948, and political topics, 1948-1949

Box 45

Scrapbook 36: Addresses and remarks of B. Carroll Reece, 1948
Scrapbook 37: Addresses and remarks of B. Carroll Reece, 1948

Box 46

Scrapbook 38: Family Scrapbook, clippings, invitations and photographs of Reece's family and friends, 1948.

Box 47

Scrapbook 39: News Scrapbook, clippings of Reece's campaign for the senate, with Roy Acuff campaigning for Governor of Tennessee in 1948, and political topics, 1948-49.
Scrapbook 40: Editorial Scrapbook, Editorials on political issues, 1948-50.

Box 48

Scrapbook 41: Pictorial Scrapbook, Photographs of Reece, family, friends, and colleagues, 1948-61.
Scrapbook 42: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, including Reece's bid for Congress, purchase of the Bristol Herald-Courier, and McCarthyism.

Box 49

Scrapbook 43: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, including Reece's race for First District Congressional District, Reece's work in the House of Representatives, and his endorsement of Robert Taft for the Presidency in 1952, 1950-52.
Scrapbook 44: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, including Reece's race for First District Congressional District, Reece's work in the House of  Representatives, and his endorsement of Robert Taft for the Presidency in 1952, 1950-52.
Scrapbook 45: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, including Reece's race for First District Congressional District, Reece's work in the House of Representatives, and his endorsement of Robert Taft for the Presidency in 1952, 1950-52.

Box 50

Scrapbook 46: Family Scrapbook, clippings, invitations, photographs relating to family and friends. Includes the wedding of Reece's daughter, 1951-53.
Scrapbook 47: News Scrapbook, clippings relating to political topics, including Reece's bid for a 14th term to Congress, TVA, and the 1952 Presidential election, 1952-54.

Box 51

Scrapbook 48: News Scrapbook, clippings on political topics, especially Reece's probe into tax-exempt foundations, 1953-54.
Scrapbook 49: Family Scrapbook, clippings, photographs, invitations relating to Reece, family and friends, and especially to Reece's purchase of interest in the Waldorf Hotel.

Box 52

Scrapbook 50: News Scrapbooks, clippings and political issues, especially foundations, Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, Rep. Wayne L. Hays, Reece's House Committee Hearings, Reece's re-election to the House, and the Robert Taft Foundation.
Scrapbook 51: News Scrapbooks, clippings and political issues, especially foundations, Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, Rep. Wayne L. Hays, Reece's House Committee Hearings, Reece's re-election to the House, and the Robert Taft Foundation.

Box 53

Scrapbook 52: News Scrapbook, clippings on political issues, including foundation, Reece's bid for re- election to Congress, Reece's debate with Hays, and Eisenhower's bid for the 1956 Presidency, 1954-63.
Scrapbook 53: News Scrapbook, clippings on political issues, including foundation, Reece's bid for re- election to Congress, Reece's debate with Hays, and Eisenhower's bid for the 1956 Presidency, 1954-63.
Scrapbook 54: Family and News Scrapbook, including photographs and clippings relating to Reece and family members; invitations to social events; clippings on family events; clippings and photographs relating to political events and persons. Among those photographed is Thomas Dewey, Governor of New York and 1948 Republican Candidate for the Presidency.

Box 54

Scrapbook 55: News Scrapbook, clippings focus on the 1956 Presidential election, Reece's bid for re-election to a 16th House term, Reece's proposed tax cut, and his selection as chair of the Republican Party's State Executive Committee, 1956-58.
Scrapbook 56: News Scrapbook, clippings focus Reece's bid for a 17th House term, his TVA power plan, and 1958 election returns from the First Congressional District, Tennessee, 1958-59.
Scrapbook 57: News Scrapbook, clippings focus on the proposed Taft Memorial, Tennessee G.O.P.'s support for Vice-President Richard M. Nixon, and Reece's recovery from lung ailment, 1959-61.

Box 55

Scrapbook 58: News Scrapbook, clipping focus on the 1960 Presidential elections with an emphases on returns from East Tennessee, Nixon campaign in Tennessee, and Reece's being named a member of the House Rules Committee, 1960.
Scrapbook 59: News Scrapbook, clippings on political events, especially Louise Reece's term succeeding her husband as the representative (after his death in 1961), her support for James Quillen's bid as First District Congressman, and ETSU's plan for a museum to house Reece's papers. Also includes photographs of Reece and political colleagues.

Box 56

Scrapbook 60: News Scrapbook, clippings focus on Reece's views on communism, the proposed Robert A. Taft memorial, B. Carroll Reece Day at the Rhododendron Festival, the death of B. Carroll Reece in 1961, honoring Reece's service through collection in ETSU library, and Louise Reece's election to succeed her husband, 1959-62.
Scrapbook 61: News Scrapbook, clippings focus on Reece's death and on Louise Reece's running for the First District Congressional seat. Included at the back of the scrapbook is the April 1947 issue of the magazine, '47-Magazine of the Year, 1961.

Box 57

Scrapbook 62: News Scrapbook, clippings and photographs focus on Reece's death and on Louise Reece's campaign and election to the First Congressional District seat, 1961.
Scrapbook 63: News Scrapbook, clippings and photographs focus on Reece's death and on Louise Reece's campaign and election to the First Congressional District seat. Includes photographs of Louise Reece and president Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961.

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Series VI, PHOTOGRAPHS AND PORTRAITS, 1865-1961 and undated, Boxes 58-59.

Box 58

Folder 1: Photographs, portraits, and caricatures of B. Carroll Reece
B. Carroll Reece? standing in front of an opera building in Paris, 1919
B. Carroll Reece in military uniform, ca. 1919
B. Carroll Reece in military uniform (with negative) [removed from Scrapbook 51], ca. 1919
Pencil or charcoal portrait of B. Carroll Reece by Ignatius Stoll, copy, 1935
B. Carroll Reece holding certificate from the California Republican Assembly, ca. 1956
B. Carroll Reece on board the S.S. Washington, undated
B. Carroll Reece (Harris & Ewing photograph), undated
B. Carroll Reece, undated
B. Carroll Reece with his collection of elephant figurines, undated
B. Carroll Reece with his collection of elephant figurines, undated
B. Carroll Reece (with negative), undated
Cartoon caricature of B. Carroll Reece, undated
B. Carroll Reece (Fabian Bachrach), undated
B. Carroll Reece (Mollet Russel), undated
B. Carroll Reece (Miller of Washington) [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
B. Carroll Reece at Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania [removed from Scrapbook 49],undated
B. Carroll Reece with his collection of elephant figurines [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece, with left arm resting on elephant figurine [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated

Folder 2: Photographs of B. Carroll Reece and his wife, Louise Goff Reece
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece standing on an unidentified ship, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece on Mr. Reece's birthday, 1947
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece with U.S. senator William C. Revercomb (W.Va.) and an unidentified man and woman, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece with an unidentified man and two unidentified women, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece, their daughter Louise Goff Reece, and an unidentified man and woman, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece, their daughter Louise Goff Reece, and an unidentified man and woman, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece, their daughter Louise Goff Reece, and an unidentified woman, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece standing outdoors with unidentified group, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece standing near the airplane The Wildcatter, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece sitting at a table with an unidentified group, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece on board an unidentified ship, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece standing in a room of their home?, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece standing in a room of their home? [removed from Scrapbook 54], undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece with unidentified group on board the S.S. Washington, undated
B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece, their daughter Louise, Howard H. Baker, Sr., and an unidentified woman [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated

Folder 3: Photographs of B. Carroll Reece with other persons
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified athletic team (Watauga Academy or Carson-Newman College?), ca. 1910s
B. Carroll Reece and the Carson-Newman College basketball team, 1914?
B. Carroll Reece with Congressional office staff? on his birthday, 1947
B. Carroll Reece, Bill Murphy, and Walter S. Hallanan at the Bellevue Stratford, Philadelphia, June 14, 1948
B. Carroll Reece at a podium with unidentified man, June 22, 1948
B. Carroll Reece and four unidentified men in an automobile [removed from Scrapbook 49], ca. 1950
B. Carroll Reece speaking to crowd at unidentified location [Newport, Tennessee?] [removed from Scrapbook 49], July 31, 1950
B. Carroll Reece at Big Jack Picnic (several people in background), August 18, 1950
B. Carroll Reece with republican Congressmen Charles Halleck (Indiana), Howard H. Baker (Tennessee), Joseph Martin (Massachusetts), and Clarence Brown (Ohio), January 3, 1951
B. Carroll Reece and Dwight D. Eisenhower in Knoxville, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 59], October 15, 1952
B. Carroll Reece, Howard H. Baker, Sr., and Richard M. Nixon in Chicago, ca. July 1960
B. Carroll Reece, Vice President Richard M. Nixon, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Mrs. Richard Nixon, January 9, 1961
B. Carroll Reece, Vice President Richard M. Nixon, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, January 9, 1961
B. Carroll Reece and L. G. Leutwiler? at Pet board meeting in Johnson City, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 58], August 16, 1960
B. Carroll Reece and three unidentified men (in New York City?), undated
B. Carroll Reece and Dwight D. Eisenhower, undated
B. Carroll Reece and Herbert Hoover, undated
B. Carroll Reece with Congressman Joseph Martin of Massachusetts, undated
B. Carroll Reece with Richard M. Nixon, undated
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified woman and two unidentified men, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified woman and three unidentified men, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified woman and two unidentified men, undated
B. Carroll Reece with Thomas E. Dewey, undated
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified group, undated
B. Carroll Reece with his daughter Louise Goff Reece, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified man, undated
B. Carroll Reece with two unidentified men sitting outdoors beside parked cars, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified man and Native American boy, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified man and Native American woman and boy, undated
B. Carroll Reece standing at an outdoor podium (four men in background), undated
B. Carroll Reece standing at an outdoor microphone (three men in background), undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified man and Native American man and woman, undated
B. Carroll Reece standing at an outdoor microphone (several men in background), undated
B. Carroll Reece sitting outdoors with four unidentified men near parked cars, undated
B. Carroll Reece sitting on a horse? (two men in background), undated
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified group, including three persons dressed as Native Americans, undated
B. Carroll Reece standing outdoors with unidentified man, undated
B. Carroll Reece with an unidentified baseball team (Congressional republicans?), undated
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified group (Harris & Ewing photo), undated
B. Carroll Reece with two unidentified couples (Harris & Ewing photo), undated
B. Carroll Reece and Dwight D. Eisenhower, undated
B. Carroll Reece standing outdoors with two unidentified men [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing in front of unidentified building with an unidentified man and two women [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing outdoors, shaking hands with unidentified man, undated
B. Carroll Reece, Herman Robinson (far right), and four unidentified men [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece, Richard M. Nixon, and an unidentified man [removed from Scrapbook 55], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Richard M. Nixon [removed from Scrapbook 55], undated
B. Carroll Reece and three unidentified men [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Dwight D. Eisenhower [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing at podium at unidentified National Park Service facility, with several unidentified persons behind podium [removed from Scrapbook 58], undated
B. Carroll Reece shaking hands with Dwight D. Eisenhower [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated

Folder 4: Photographs of B. Carroll Reece with other persons (continued)
B. Carroll Reece and two unidentified men with poster of memorial to Bob Taft [removed from Scrapbook ?], undated
B. Carroll Reece and two unidentified men with poster of memorial to Bob Taft [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece with two unidentified men and two unidentified women [removed from Scrapbook 54], undated
B. Carroll Reece with two unidentified men and one unidentified woman [removed from Scrapbook 54], undated
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified group [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Thomas E. Dewey [removed from Scrapbook ?], undated
B. Carroll Reece and his daughter with unidentified group at Tri- City Airport, near Blountville, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Dwight D. Eisenhower with unidentified group [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece sitting with other unidentified people behind speaker standing at a podium [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing at microphone, with unidentified man and woman sitting at same table [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and unidentified group standing near airplane [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and two unidentified men standing near airplane [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Ralph F. Gates? [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece speaking to crowd in front of Cocke County Courthouse, Newport, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook ?], July 30, 1950
B. Carroll Reece speaking to crowd from platform at unidentified location [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and Thomas E. Dewey [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece shaking hands with Dwight D. Eisenhower [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece speaking from podium at unidentified location [Pennsylvania?] [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing outdoors with three unidentified men [at Gettysburg National Military Park?] [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece, Congressman Joseph Martin of Massachusetts, and two unidentified men [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing with unidentified individuals outside the Cocke County Courthouse, Newport, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
B. Carroll Reece and members of the House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe [removed from Scrapbook 49], September 30, 1955
B. Carroll Reece with unidentified individuals inside schoolhouse [in Carter County, Tennessee? [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece inside brick building with group of adults and children [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
B. Carroll Reece standing near the U.S. Capitol with an unidentified family [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated

Folder 5: Photographs of Louise Goff Reece, wife of B. Carroll Reece
Louise Goff Reece in her Congressional office?, undated
Louise Goff Reece with two unidentified women, undated
Louise Goff Reece (Chase-Statler), undated
Louise Goff Reece, her daughter Louise Goff Reece, and an unidentified woman, undated
Louise Reece Marthens, U.S. representative James H. Quillen, Louise Goff Reece, Tennessee governor Frank G. Clement, and U.S. senator Herbert S. Walters
Louise Goff Reece standing at podium, 1965?
Louise Goff Reece, Charles C. Sherrod, Sr., and two other unidentified directors emeritus of First Peoples Bank, Washington County, Tennessee, undated

Folder 6: Photograph of Louise Reece Marthens, daughter of B. Carroll and Louise Goff Reece
Louise Reece Marthens, undated
B. Carroll Reece and his daughter Louise standing in front of a single-engine airplane [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
Louise Reece on the day of her wedding to George W. Marthens, II [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated

Folder 7: Photographs of other identified persons
Howard H. Baker, Sr., with two unidentified persons [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
Thomas E. Dewey and unidentified persons [removed from Scrapbook 54], undated
Roy Doherty? sitting at a desk, undated
Five members of the Doherty family, undated
Photograph of John Foster Dulles four-cent stamp [removed from Scrapbook 58], undated
Photograph of Walter F. George four-cent stamp [removed from Scrapbook 58], undated
Juan and Eva Peron at Colon opera opening, Buenos Aires, Argentina [removed from Scrapbook 49], June 4, 1947
General John J. Pershing with dog and three unidentified persons [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
Dayton E. Phillips shaking hand of unidentified man at meeting in auditorium, undated
Dayton E. Phillips shaking hand of unidentified man at meeting in auditorium [enlargement of portion of previous photograph], undated
Daniel B. Shofner of Shelbyville, Tennessee, shaking hands with unidentified man [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated
Photograph of Robert A. Taft four-cent stamp [removed from Scrapbook 58], undated

Folder 8: Photographs of unidentified persons
Crowd near Sevier County Courthouse, Sevierville, Tennessee, 1924
Crowd near Sevier County Courthouse, Sevierville, Tennessee, 1924
Three unidentified men standing beside railway car, undated
Unidentified man sitting on a mule, undated
Unidentified boy playing drum, undated
Unidentified leader of school band, undated
Unidentified speaker standing near a microphone, undated
Unidentified speaker standing near a microphone, undated
Unidentified speaker standing at a podium, undated
Unidentified speaker standing near a microphone, undated
Crowd at unidentified location,,undated
Unidentified boy in cowboy outfit, undated
Two military officers standing with three people dressed as Indians, undated
Unidentified woman and four unidentified men standing near a building, undated
Unidentified man (G. Nelidoff Studio), undated
Unidentified woman standing near a stone wall [removed from Scrapbook 46], undated

Folder 9: Miscellaneous photographs
The Andrew Johnson Homestead, Greeneville, Tennessee, undated
The Andrew Johnson Tailor Shop, Greeneville, Tennessee, undated
The Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville, Tennessee, undated
Coulee Dam, Washington, undated
The Capitol, Washington, D.C., undated
Treaty oak on the Nolichucky River in Washington County, Tennessee, undated
Photograph of the Doherty residence?, undated
Mining facility? at unknown location, undated
Crowd at The Capitol, Washington, D.C., undated
Crowd at The Capitol, Washington, D.C., undated
Crowd in front of Carter County Courthouse, Elizabethton, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 49], undated
Barn at Tipton-Haynes Historic Site? near Johnson City, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
Interior of barn at Tipton-Haynes Historic Site? near Johnson City, Tennessee [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
Dog named Stubby, wearing military insignias and medals [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
Dog named Stubby, wearing military insignias and medals [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated

Box 59 Oversize Photographs and Portraits

East Tennessee State Normal School, Johnson City, Tennessee [in two sections], undated
Juan Peron in suit, August 31, 1947
Juan Peron in military uniform, August 31, 1947
Juan Peron in military uniform, August 31, 1947
Miguel Aleman, President of Mexico, 1947
Dwight D. Eisenhower and Marty Marthens, undated
George W. Martin, undated
Unidentified building in Clarksburg, W. Va.?, undated
Grace Coolidge, February 15, 1929
Miguel Aleman, President of Mexico, and two other men, June 16, 1948
Second inaugural of President Abraham Lincoln, 1865
Color portrait of B. Carroll Reece, 1961
George Murphy being introduced by B. Carroll Reece at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, 1948
B. Carroll Reece and unidentified man on podium at a Republican National Convention?, undated
United States House of Representatives, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 76th Congress [includes B. Carroll Reece], February 1939
Louise Goff Reece and unidentified woman at Bellingrath Gardens? [removed from Scrapbook 59], undated
Color portrait of Louise Goff Reece, undated
B. Carroll Reece and unidentified men sitting at long table, undated

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Series VII, COMMENDATIONS, CERTIFICATES, AND MISCELLANEOUS OVERSIZE DOCUMENTS, 1865-1965, Box 60.

Box 60

1.Resolutions on the Death of The Honorable B. Carroll Reece, U. S. House of Representatives, March 20, 1961
2. Resolutions on the Death of The Honorable B. Carroll Reece, U.S. House of Representatives, March 20, 1961
3. Membership certificate of B. Carroll Reece in the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of North America, Kerbela Temple, Knoxville, Tennessee, December 21, 1920
4. Certificate of B. Carroll Reece's qualifications as an Attorney and Counsellor of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, December 2, 1940
5. Resolution In the Senate of the United States regarding the death of B. Carroll Reece, March 20, 1961
6. Mrs. Louise D. Goff Reece's certificate of membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution, May 21, 1925
7. Certification of Louise G. Reece's election to the U.S. Congress from the First Congressional District of Tennessee, September 29, 1961
8. Certification of the awarding of The Distinguished Service Cross for Extraordinary Heroism to Brazilla Carroll Reece, November 14, 1925
9. Certification of the awarding of The Distinguished Service Medal for Exceptionally Meritorious and Distinguished Services in the Performance of Duties of Great Responsibility... April 14, 1926
10. Citation a L'ordre de L'Armee to Lieutenant Carrol F. Reece [sic], 102nd American Infantry... March 10, 1919
11. Resolution of the Tri-City Natural Gas Celebration Committee regarding B. Carroll Reece's efforts in bringing natural gas to Northeast Tennessee, January 16, 1954
12. Lt. Col. E. E. Lewis's letter of recommendation for 1st Lt. B. Carroll Reece (dated at Paris, May 4, 1919
13. cartoon of Carroll Reece which appeared in The Evening Star, April 2, 1946
14. Distinguished Service Cross Citation of First Lieutenant Carrol F. Reece [sic], 102nd Infantry, No. 4003, February 12, 1919
15. Certificate of Mrs. Brazilla Carroll Reece's election to the National Society of the United Daughters of Eighteen Hundred and Twelve, February 20, 1925
16. Commission of Brazilla Carroll Reece, as First Lieutenant, Infantry, New York Guard, March 11, 1920
17. New Year's greetings from J. Dallas C ?, Major, 102 U.S. Infantry, to 1st Lieut. B. Carroll Reece, 1919
18. Happy Birthday & Merry Christmas to our chief Carroll Reece, with seventy-eight signatures, 1947
19. Certification of the awarding of the Croix de Guerre to Brazilla Carroll Reece, formerly first lieutenant, 102d Infantry 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces March 29, 1925
20. Brazilla Carroll Reece's B.A. diploma from Carson and Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee, May 29, 1914
21. Brazilla Carrol Reece's diploma from Watauga Academy, Butler, Tennessee, April 26, 1911
22. Certification of B. Carroll Reece's attendance in courses in Banking at the University of London, London School of Economics and Political Science, undated [ca. 1919]
23. Certificate to Carroll Reece for outstanding services rendered to the Disabled American Veterans, January 5, 1951
24. B. Carroll Reece's commission as an Admiral of the Flagship Fleet of American Airlines, Inc., June 12, 1941
25. Memorial certificate for Brazilla Carroll Reece from the Institute of Fiscal and Political Education, undated [ca. 1961?]
26. Certificate of the dedication of The B. Carroll Reece Memorial Museum at East Tennessee State University, October 10, 1965
27. Certificate of the dedication of The B. Carroll Reece Memorial Museum at East Tennessee State University, October 20, 1965
28. Commission of Comrade Carroll Reece as Brigadier General and Judge Advocate General of the United Confederate Veterans, November 27, 1939
29. Commission of Comrade G. [sic] Carroll Reece as Bridg. Genl. and Judge Advocate General of the United Confederate Veterans, August 6, 1937
30. Resolution of gratitude from a committee of elected East Prussian representatives to the Vorstand of the Landsmannschaft Ostpreussen, Hamburg, March 3, 1956
31. fragment of the Sullivan County Developer, (published at Bluff City, Tennessee) [removed from Scrapbook 55], June 11, 1920
32. The New York Herald, (photocopy of four pages), April 15, 1865
33. Commission of Carroll B. Reece [sic] as Second Lieutenant in the Infantry Section, Officers' Reserve Corps of the Army of the United States, August 15, 1917
34. Comite Americain pour les Regions Devastees de la France 1916- 1923, Decerne une Medaille en Argen a Mademoiselle Louise Goff, undated
35. Certification of B. Carroll Reece's election on 6 November 1956 to the U.S. Congress from the First Congressional District of Tennessee, [removed from Box 2, folder 2], January 31, 1957
36. Certification of B. Carroll Reece's election on November 4, 1958 to the U. S. Congress from the First Congressional District of Tennessee [removed from Box 2, folder 2], January 19, 1959
37. Certification of B. Carroll Reece's election on November 8, 1960 to the U.S. Congress from the First Congressional District of Tennessee, [removed from Box 2, folder 2], March 8, 1961
38. Commission of Hon. Carroll Reece as Sagamore of the Wabash, December 1, 1956
39. Certificate from the California Republican Assembly honoring B. Carroll Reece, August 20, 1956
40. Resolution of the Republican Party of Carter County, Tennessee, regarding the death of B. Carroll Reece, April 6, 1961
41. Carter County Bank Directors Express Bereavement in Passing of B. Carroll Reece, undated [ca. 1961]
42. Die Gesellschaft der Freunde Kants beruft den Abgeordneten des Reprasentantenhauses der Vereinigten Staaten von Americka Honorable B. Carroll Reece of Tennessee, LL.D., zu ihrem Mitgliede, June 1957
43. Louise Reece's appointment as a Tennessee Squire by Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee, October 18, 1961
44. Carroll Reece's certificate as an Honorary Citizen of the City of Little Rock, Arkansas, April 25, 1952
45. B. Carroll Reece's appointment as a Tennessee Squire by Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee, March 24, 1960
46. Resolution passed by the Washington County, Tennessee, Republican Party on the death of the Honorable B. Carroll Reece, April 1961
47. Resolution No. 22 of the Senate of the Eighty-Second General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, wishing B. Carroll Reece a speedy recovery, March 14, 1961
48. The Wall Street Journal, April 27, 1921

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1. C. Reece Speech, I/III.
2. C. Reece Speech, II/IV.
3. C. Reece Speech, V/VII.
4. C. Reece Speech, VI.
5. B. Carroll Reece, May 1955-June 1959.
6. B. Carroll Reece, IV.
7. B. Carroll Reece, V/VI.
8. Tom Dewey, I/II.
9. Tom Dewey, III/IV.
10. Reece-Martin, I/II.
11. Reece-Martin, III (end).

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Addendum

Provenance: In May 1987 additional documents were transferred from the B. Carroll Reece Museum to the Archives of Appalachia. The records in this addendum were processed in 1990.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The addendum contains educational papers, certificates and commendations, correspondence, resolutions, newsclippings, memorabilia, and photographs which document the personal life, education, military career, and political career of B. Carroll Reece from 1876 to 1971. In addition, the addendum contains some papers of Louise G. Reece, including her application for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution and a letter from Buford Ellington, Governor of Tennessee. Copies of B. Carroll Reece's The Courageous Commoner (posthumously, 1962) and Peace Through Law (posthumously, 1965); and a copy of Memorial Services Held in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States, Together with Remarks Presented in Eulogy of Brazilla Carroll Reece, Late a Representative from Tennessee (1961) are included in the addendum.

 

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Box 61

1. Diploma: Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, 1955
2. Grade reports and enrollment cards, 1908-1915
3. Military certificates, 1917-1920
4. Military commendations of B. Carroll Reece, 1915-1919
5. Certificates of election of the United States House of Representatives, B. Carroll Reece, 1950-1958
6. Correspondence: congressional appointments, 1946-1947
7. Honorary resolutions: B. Carroll Reece, February 21-March 3, 1961
8. Political cartoons and photograph, 1946-1948
9. Certificates: public service, 1920-1959
10. Memorabilia, 1930-1953
11. Memorabilia: invitations and tickets, 1876-1964
12. Memorial resolutions: B. Carroll Reece, March 14-June 2, 1961
13. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1893 and 1971|
14. Louise G. Reece's applications for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution, December 15, 1924 and March 19, 1925
15. Correspondence: Louise G. Reece, April 1, 1968
16. Young Republican National Federation convention program, 1947
17. Memorial Services Held in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States...in Eulogy of Brazilla Carroll Reece, 1961
18. The Courageous Commoner, by B. Carroll Reece, 1962
19. Peace Through Law, by B. Carroll Reece, 1965

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INDEX TO B. CARROLL REECE COLLECTION

* The notation following the index item refers to the box and folder location of the item within the collection.

Boxes 1-23

Abel, Harry A.: 3-8.
Afro-Americans - political activity: 10-4 thru 7.
Agricultural Adjustment Agency: 2-1.
Alberding, C. H.: 3-8.
Allen, John J., Jr.: 6-1.

Allen, W. B.: 1-15.
Anderson, Clinton P.: 1-5.
Arrangement Committee: 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4, 3-5.
Archibald, Eileen: 3-3.
Bacher, Edward L.: 3-3, 3-5, 12-4.

Bagby, James: 16-18.
Baker, Howard H.: 5-3, 5-7.
Baker, Joseph V.: 10-4.
Ball, Ed: 2-18.
Barger, Harry: 12-5.

Barton, Bruce: 3-7.
Becker, Ralph: 5-16, 12-6.
Belknap, Clark R.: 3-8.
Benedict, John: 3-8.
Berlolette, C. M.: 16-19, 17-4.

Bethune, Mary McLeod: 10-4.
Bonney, Robert D.: 3-8.
Booth, Irving E.: 3-8.
Bourdon, William R.: 4-9, 5-5.
Boyd, Henry A.: 6-7.

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Brading, Edward T.: 3-8.
Bradley, J. Kenneth: 3-3, 4-19, 4-14.
Branch, W. C.: 3-8.
Brehm, Walter E.: 3-8.
Brenton, Harold W.: 3-8.

Briggs, Ralph E.: 3-8.
Brigham, Robert G.: 3-8.
Brown, Charles C.: 3-8.
Brown, Clarence J.: 3-3, 12-7.
Brown, Edgar G.: 10-4.

Brown, Katherine Kennedy: 3-8.
Buckley, William F., Jr.: 15-9.
Burch, Betty: 10-10.
Burnett, J. M.: 1-2.
Butler, Hugh A.: 3-8.

Caldwell, Winston: 2-18.
Capper, Arthur: 1-15, 3-8.
Carlson, Chris: 3-3.
Carr, Paul B.: 2-18.
Cassidy, James E.: 10-8.

Charitable uses, trusts and foundations: 15-1 thru 16-12, 16-18 thru 18-7,
See also Scrapbooks, 23, 34, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 53.
Clipp, Roger W.: 3-4.
Colegrove, Kenneth: 16-20.
Coleman, T. E.: 3-8.
Colgate, Bayard: 3-8.

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Collin, Paul W.: 3-8.
Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations: 19-5 thru 8.
Conrad, Arthur L.: 15-3, 16-7, 17-1, 17-2, 19-7.
Cox, C. C.: 2-1.
Cox Committee: 19-9.

Creager, R. B.: 3-3.
Crockett, Samuel E.: 13-18.
Cumberland, W. W.: 3-8.
Darby, Harry: 3-3.
Daughters of the American Revolution: 15-6.

Davis, W. I.: 4-15.
de Haszar, George B.: 15-8, 17-9.
Delapp, Sim A.: 13-12.
Democrats, New Deal: 13-7.
Dewey, Thomas E.: Disc Box 1 (discs 8 and 9).

Dickinson, John W.: 3-8.
Dodd, Bella V.: 17-4.
Dodd, Norman: 2-2, 15-8, 15-10, 17-5, 17-9, 18-4, 21-10.
Dodm, Mary E.: 3-7.
Donald, William J.: 12-9.

Donner, Robert: 17-6, 19-10.
Dooley, T. F.: 3-8.
Dougherty, F. C.: 1-2.
Dresser, R. B.: 3-8.
Driver, Charles E.: 3-8.

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Dunn, Roy E.: 3-3.
Earheart, Harry B.: 3-8.
Earl, Ken: 17-7.
East Tennessee State Normal School: Ph., Oversize Box 1.
Eby, S. E.: 6-10.

Edwards, Stanley: 3-3.
Eisenhower, Dwight: 22-15, 22-16, 22-17.
Ellis, Furey: 4-2.
Ellis, Hoover L.: 1-1.
Ettinger, Karl E.: 16-6, 17-8, 17-9, 18-4.

Fagg, M. E.: 1-15.
Fellers, General Bonner: 15-5, 15-7.
Few, William P.: 3-3.
Fisher, Faith: 12-11.
Fitzpatrick, S. N.: 1-1.

Ford, Henry, II: 16-5.
Foster, Major B.: 1-1.
Foundations: 15-1 thru 16-12, 16-18 thru 18-7, See also Scrapbooks, 23, 34,
47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 53.
Fowler, Edgar K.: 12-12.
Fox, W. Turney: 9-3.

Frazier, C. N.: 4-9.
Gabrielson, Guy G.: 3-3, 7-15.
Gates, Ralph F.: 3-3, 4-6, 6-2, 7-12.
Gentry, W. L.: 1-1.
Gerald, J. Bates: 5-4.

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Gerlinger, George T.: 4-14, 10-10.
Graham, E. A.: 3-3.
Graham, F. J.: 3-3.
Grant, Milton J.: 3-8.
Greer, Robert B.: 9-3.

Hallanan, Walter S.: 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 4-3, 4-9, 5-1, 5-4, 5-10, 6-7, 6-11,
7-2, 7-4, 7-15, 8-11, 9-5, 10-8, 13-8, 14-6.
Harden, Cecil M.: 3-4.
Hay, Dudley C.: 3-4, 7-15.
Hays, Wayne L.: 15-8, 17-10, 17-8.
Hays, Will H.: 3-9

Hearing Transcripts of Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations: 20-5 thru 21-5.
Henry, Bill: 3-3.
Henry, Beatrice: 3-4.
Henry, Paul: 3-4.
Herbert, William A.: 3-4.

Hilles, Charles D.: 3-4.
Hoffman, Clare E.: 8-7.
Hood, C. F.: 15-2.
Hoover, J. Edgar, 15-13.
Howard, A. T.: 3-5.

Howard, Katherine, 3-4.
Hunter, Susan F.: 1-16.
Huntington, Hugh: 3-4
Hutchins, Robert M.: 15-10, 17-11, 18-9.
Ingle Edward t.: 12-13.

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Iverson, Arthur T.: 5-4.
Jackson, Amos F.: 3-9.
Jackson, John E.: 3-4.
Jappe, James L. E.: 3-5.
Jernagin, W. H.: 10-5.

Jewett, Harvey C.: 3-5.
Johnson, Andrew: 2-3, 2-6, 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10, 22-29.
Johnson, Fred H.: 5-11.
Keer, Erving T.: 5-11.
Kelland, Clarence B: 5-1.

Kemper, James S.: 3-5, 15-8.
Kennedy, Philip B.: 1-5.
Kinsey Report, The: 18-6 thru 18-8.
Knox, William: 1-15.
Knowles, Gladys E. Heinrich: 3-5.

Kohlberg, Alfred: 15-11, 15-12, 16-5.
Lacey, A. S.: 1-16.
Langer, William: 10-9.
Lehrer, George J.: 3-5.
LeVander, Bernhard W.: 3-5, 3-9.

Lewis, John L.: 9-5.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr.: 8-8, 10-3.
Louden, G. Donald: 3-4, 8-13, 12-16.
McCaffree, Floyd: 12-17.
McCarthyism: See boxes 15 thru 21.

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McCartney, Albert J.: 3-12.
McCloy, John J.: 17-14.
McConnell, G. R.: 6-9.
McCregor, Harry J.: 7-5.
McNiece, Thomas M.: 2-2.

Macauley, Jane H.: 13-1.
Maier, Walter A.: 4-4.
Marshall, John: 17-15.
Marthens, Louise: 17-11.
Mattingly, Barak T.: 3-5.

Mills, L. D.: 1-15.
Mitchell, Harold E.: 5-11.
Mitchell, Jeannette M.: 3-9.
Morgan, Arthur E.: 1-16.
Morton, Sterling: 19-2.

Moulton, E. L.: 6-5.
Munnecke, Phoebe C.: 11-1.
Murdoch, Frank B.: 3-4, 3-5.
Murphy, William: 9-4, 13-2.
Myers, A. I.: 1-16.

National Federation of Small Businesses: 11-6.
National Federation of Women Republicans: 10-10, 11-1.
Nolan, H. B.: 1-15.
Olofsson, Northen: 1-16.
Owlett, G. Mason: 3-5.

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Parion, Fred: 2-2.
Pearl Harbor Investigation: 10-9.
Pegler, Westbrook: 15-8, 17-18.
Perry, J. L., Jr.: 9-6.
Petain, Field Marshal Henri: 1-13.

Phelps, Marian: 3-5.
Philipp, Cyrus L.: 3-5.
Phillips, Dayton E.: 1-14, 2-2, 17-17.
Place, Edward: 13-4.
Ploeser, Walter: 11-6.

Polen, Bernard: 3-5.
Pope, James P.: 1-16.
Presidential primaries for 1948: 11-2.
Raef, Lyman: 5-4.
Reece, B. Carroll: throughout collection.

Reece Family: Scrapbooks 3, 10, 30, 46.
Republican National Committee meetings: See boxes 13-15 thru 14-16.
Republican National Convention: See boxes 3 thru 14.
Rimanoczy, Richard S.: 15-1, 15-8, 15-10, 16-6, 17-20, 19-5, 21-8.
Roberts, Wes: 4-6, 5-4.

Rue, Milton: 5-1.
Rusk, Dean: 19-7, 21-10.
Sams, Oscar E.: 1-1.
Sargent, Aaron: 18-1.
Sayre, Horace: 3-5.

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Sayre, Pearl: 3-5.
Schley, Reeve: 3-5.
Schroeder, Werner W.: 3-5.
Schoenfeld, Merritt R.: 3-5.
Scranton, Worthington: 3-5.

Scribner, Napier: 3-10.
Sells, Sam R.: 1-13.
Simonson, Joseph, Rev.: 4-3.
Simmons, Roscoe C.: 10-6.
Smith, Guy L.: 1-16, 8-10.

Smith, Russell: 1-15.
Smythe, Henry J., Jr.: 3-5.
Spangler, Harrison: 3-5, 4-6.
Sprague, Russell J.: 5-1.
Springg, H. C.: 7-7.

Springfield Meeting: 14-5.
State Finance Chairman Meeting: 13-25.
Stricker, Adam, Jr.: 18-3.
Summers, Burks A.: 15-2.
Taft, Robert A.: 4-12, 11-4.

Talhman, Frank G.: 3-5.
Tennessee Valley Authority: 2-5.
Tinkham, Roger R.: 3-5.
Towne, Edmund B.: 19-11.
Tousley, Bennett E.: 3-4.

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Trescher, Thelma: 3-4.
Truman, Harry: 13-7, 13-8.
Van Dusen, A. P.: 1-1.
Velotta, Thomas: 3-5.
Vines, D. A.: 1-14.

Vine, Phillip S.: 3-7.
Walsh, Bailey: 8-10.
Walsh, Richard B.: 13-9.
Wells, Kenneth D.: 15-1.
Western Meeting: 14-7.

Whetstone, Dan: 3-5.
White, Charles E.: 4-1.
White, G. H.: 1-13.
White, Thomas D.: 2-2.
Whitehurst, Ben: 13-12.

Whiting, Henry: 3-5.
Whitla, Ezra R.: 4-8.
Wilkins, Roy: 10-7.
Willey, Earl D.: 3-4.
Williams, Arthur D.: 4-3.

Williams, Harvie J.: 15-2.
Williams, Robert H.: 21-12.
Williamson, Jessie: 3-5.
Wilson, Hugh: 13-13.
Wing, Earl Lytton: 3-10.

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Wolsey, Louis: 4-3.
Woodward, Walter C.: 13-14.
World War I: 1-13.
World War II: 1-14.
Wormser, Rene A.: 15-9, 15-12, 15-13, 16-5, 16-17, 18-9, 19-1, 19-2, 19-3, 19-4, 19-8, 20-3.

York, Alvin C.: 1-13.
Young Republican National Federation: 3-9, 4-1, 11-8 through 10, 12-1.

 

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