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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Burkhammer Family Letters

 Collection
Identifier: ASTATE-2013-01-10
Abstract In order to support his family, Joe Burkhammer moved from Greene County, Arkansas to Davis, Michigan. There he obtained work and was able to send money back home to his wife and two children. This collection contains the letters from Joe to his wife Geraldine during the times that he was away working in Michigan and letters that Joe received from Geraldine and their children.
Dates: 1942 - 1955

House Select Committee on Current Pornographic Materials Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ASTATE-2018-12-17
Overview This collection is a series in the E.C. "Took" Gathings Collection. This series contains research, artifacts, and correspondence related to the House Select Committee on Current Pornographic Materials that was chaired by Congressman E.C. Gathings in 1951. From 1951-1953 the House Select Committee investigated alleged pornography in "Pocket Sized Books," advertisements sent through the United States Postal Service, and the content of television, movies, radio, and magazines.Contained...
Dates: 1951 - 1953

Billy Joe Tatum Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ASTATE-2019-03-15
Overview Billy Joe Tatum was a world-renowned author, naturalist, speaker, herbalist, natural foods expert, and gardener. This collection was created over the course of her life and her work at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Included in this collection are correspondence between Billy Joe and friends, family, politicians, businessmen/women, and those seeking her guidance on the subject of natural wild foods. It also contains manuscripts, articles, research, journals, calendars,...
Dates: 1970 - 2012

Robert Whitlow Papers

 Collection
Identifier: ASTATE-1998-12-01
Abstract This collection contains correspondence between former-German POWs and Robert Whitlow, a representative of the Memphis Scimitar Press. During World War II, the POWs were housed at a camp established at the Jonesboro Civilian Conservation Corps, where they first met Whitlow.
Dates: 1945 - 1987