Michael Plunkett, Editor
University of Virginia Press
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C. Marshall Research Library
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Personal, military, and political correspondence and accounts of the chief of staff and secretary of defense. In the papers is a folder titled "Negroes, 1940-1943."
Business, legal, and personal correspondence of the Smith family of Greenville and the academic and military papers of Earl LaVerne Crum. In the family papers are slave sales, 1813-58.
Diary kept while Stackpole was aide-de-camp to General Hunter Liggett during World War I. Stackpole commented on his attitude toward blacks.