T. HARRY WILLIAMS PAPERS

(Mss. 2489, 2510)

Inventory

Compiled by

Anne L. Smith (2000)

Revised by

Rose Tarbell (2006) and Brad Wiles (2011)

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY

3

BIOGRAPHICAL/ HISTORICAL NOTE

4-5

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

5

SERIES DESCRIPTION

6-8

INDEX TERMS

9

CONTAINER LIST

10-21

APPENDICES

22-35

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SUMMARY

Size

40 linear ft.; 76 cassette tapes; 15 volumes

Geographic location

Louisiana, Wisconsin, and England

Inclusive dates

1775, 1861-1980

Bulk dates

1927-1977

Languages

English

Summary

Correspondence, writings, records, research material, literary productions, printed material, photographs, audio/visual material, and scrapbooks relating to noted LSU History Professor and Huey Long biographer, T. Harry Williams.

Access Restrictions

Reel-to-reel tapes and photograph negatives are not available for patron use without consent of the manuscripts curator.

Reproduction Note

May be reproduced.

Copyright

Literary and property rights of the materials are retained by the LSU Libraries. Copyright of other original materials is retained by the creators of the materials or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Citation

T. Harry Williams Papers, Mss. 2489, 2510, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Stack location

Range 34, OS:W, Vault, and MF: W

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

Thomas Harry Williams (1909-1979) was a Professor of History at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, from 1941 until his retirement in May of 1979. A scholar and prolific writer, he authored numerous books, articles, and book reviews. He was a distinguished and popular faculty member and a superb public speaker. He was active in several historical associations and received many awards and honors.

Williams was born in Illinois. His mother, Emma Necollins Williams, died before he was two years old. Soon after her death, T. Harry Williams and his father, William D. Williams, moved to Hazel Green, Wisconsin to live with his paternal grandparents. In 1952, T. Harry Williams married Estelle Skolfield Williams. He had one stepdaughter, Mai Frances Doles.

He received his early education in the local schools of Hazel Green, Wisconsin. In 1931 he received a bachelor’s degree in education from Platteville State Teachers College, Wisconsin. Unable to find a teaching job, he entered graduate school that year at the University of Wisconsin to study history. While at the University of Wisconsin, he studied under William B. Hesseltine and earned at Master’s degree (1932) and Ph.D. (1937) in history. Williams began teaching history in the Extension Department of the University of Wisconsin in 1936. He then taught at the University of Omaha from 1938 until 1941. He began teaching at Louisiana State University in the fall of 1941.

Williams was awarded the title of Boyd Professor in 1953. He was an enthusiastic and stimulating classroom lecturer and spoke to overflow crowds of students. In 1979 the L.S.U. Board of Supervisors established the T.Harry Williams Chair of American History. In that same year, the T. Harry Williams Scholarship Fund was created. Among his many academic honors were; Doctor of Law, Northland College (1953); Guggenheim Fellow (1957); Doctor of Letters, Bradley University (1959); Harry S. Truman Award in Civil War History (1964); Harmsworth Professor of American History, Queen’s College, Oxford England (1966-1967); Doctor of Humane Letters, Loyola University (1974); and Doctor of Humane Letters, Tulane University (1979).

He described himself as a “narrative historian,” meaning he wrote and lectured for the general reader and listener. His first book, Lincoln and the Radicals, was published by the University of Wisconsin Press in 1941. Williams published more than fifteen books from 1941 until 1979. Two books were published after his death. In 1969, Williams received much acclaim for his book, Huey Long. In this book he used the new research technique of oral history. Williams was awarded the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Huey Long.

Williams served as President of the Southern Historical Association (1958-1959) and Organization of American Historians (1972-1973). He was a guest lecturer at numerous colleges, universities, historical associations, and Civil War Round Tables.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The T. Harry Williams Papers includes correspondence, writings, records, research material, literary productions, printed material, photographs, and audio/visual material from Thomas

Harry Williams (1909-1979), author and professor of history at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. The correspondence documents his personal and professional activities and associations. Personal family letters are included as well as correspondence of his wife Estelle Williams. There is a series of correspondence that reveals Williams’ research efforts on his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Huey Long. Other writings include articles, speeches, and reviews, primarily by Williams, but other authors as well.

As a scholar and writer Williams gathered a great deal of research material including manuscripts, notes, notecards, clippings on topics such as the Civil War and its major figures, U.S. history, military history, and Louisiana Governor and Senator Huey Long. Included is Williams’ collection of oral history interviews related to Huey Long. Other literary productions include handwritten manuscripts, typescripts, page proofs, galley proofs, and sample pages, along with notes and corrections by Williams and various editors. The printed materials in the collection include programs, publications, and numerous maps reflective of Williams’s research topics and professional engagements.

The photograph section includes carte de visites, personal and professional photographs, images used as book illustrations, and several documenting the Huey Long era. Fifteen scrapbooks contain publicity materials, reviews of his books, and information about speaking engagements, travels, awards, and congratulatory letters to Williams. The Audio/Visual materials include a 16mm film strip of Williams, reel-to-reel master tapes of oral history interviews, speeches, and presentations, and copies of these items for public use.

SERIES LIST AND DESCRIPTIONS

Series I. Correspondence, 1926-1980, undated (8 linear feet)

The Correspondence series is divided into seven subseries as follows:

Subseries A. Personal and Professional correspondence reflect his academic career and relationships with friends, colleagues, and students. Included are letters from

Stephen E. Ambrose, Oliver P. Carriere, William B. Hesseltine, Warren L. Jones, and Charles L. Dufour. Letters from United States Presidents include: John F. Kennedy (2/11/1957), Harry Truman (11/19/1959, 2/24/1964), and Lyndon B. Johnson (5/15/1965). Originals of these letters are housed in the vault and copies are filed by date.

Subseries B. Publications are primarily comprised of correspondence with editors of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., and other publishing companies. In addition, it contains correspondence from Richard N. Current and Frank Freidel, co-authors of the textbook A History of the U.S.

Subseries C. Professional Organizations record Williams’ involvement and contribution to the Southern History Association and Organization of American Historians. He held the office of president in SHA and OAH and was a founding member of Friends of LSU Libraries.

Subseries D. Awards include correspondence with the Guggenheim Foundation, an award which he used to research the book, Huey Long. Also included is correspondence related to the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and his stay in England as the Harmsworth Professor of American History at Oxford University.

Subseries E. Miscellaneous contains correspondence related to his suspension from the University of Wisconsin, due to a controversial lecture on Abraham Lincoln.

Subseries F. Huey P. Long correspondence reflect his early research efforts, included are letters to potential candidates for oral history interviews and letters from individuals knowledgeable of Huey Long . Also included are copies and original letters of Huey Long. Correspondence with Russell Long reflects his relationship with Williams and his assistance with the biography of his father, Huey Long. Harley Bozeman was a childhood friend of Huey Long and assisted Williams in his research, providing a great deal of background information.

Subseries G. Estelle Williams, wife of T. Harry Williams, contains her personal and professional correspondence. She assisted Williams in his research and oversaw the publications of two books after his death. The family correspondence is comprised of

letters from family members including his father, William D. Williams.

Series II. Writings, 1924-1979, undated (2 linear feet)

This series contains his early academic writings; high school and college term papers and a copy of his M.A. thesis. Also contained are numerous articles, reviews, reports, by Williams as well as colleagues and students. Contained are notes and transcriptions of speeches and lectures. Topics include: Huey Long, Lyndon Johnson, oral history, LSU and various history courses. (Note: The Audio/Visual series contains audio recordings of select speeches and presentations from this series).

Series III. Records, 1944, 1952-1979 (0.25 linear feet)

These records reflect his participation in various organizations. Williams was president of SHA and OHA. He was appointed to the Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission and to the Louisiana Bicentennial Commission. Also contained are records from his Pulitzer Prize Award and an NEH. grant. Personal records include a military draft registration and royalty statements.

Series IV. Research Materials, 1986-1890, undated (5 linear feet)

This series is comprised of notecards, notes, clippings, originals and copies of manuscripts (diaries, correspondence, & documents). The notecards, notes, and clippings cover various historical topics, such as; Civil War, major civil war figures, U.S. History, and military history. Copies and transcripts of diaries and correspondence are included along with two original letters and two original documents; George Trent letter (1869), Gen. B.F. Butler letter (1861), Union Order (1861) and Grimes document (1890). This series also contains several boxes of research file cards on Lyndon Baines Johnson.

Series V. Research Materials. Huey P. Long, 1952-1966, undated (4 linear feet)

This series reflects Williams’s accumulation of material on Long. Included are notecards, notes, clippings covering a wide variety of topics including his childhood, family, elections, assassination, and funeral. Also included are speeches by Long. Legal documents and records include two items relating to Public Service Commission and Standard Oil Company, military registration, Win or Lose Inc., succession of Long, and scholastic records from the University of Oklahoma and Tulane. Miscellaneous contains microfilm copies from Duke University of the following manuscript collections: Huey P. Long Papers, Irby Papers, Socialist Party of America Papers, and Harry Slattery Papers. Oral history interview transcripts are also found in this series. Williams sometimes referred to these as confidential communications. There are 235 identified interviews, filed alphabetically and listed in Appendix B. (Note: The Audio/Visual series contains select audio recordings of interviews from this series)

Series VI. Literary Productions, 1951-1980, undated (7 linear feet)

This series contains manuscripts (handwritten pages by Williams), typescripts, page proofs, galley proofs, and sample pages of his books published from 1951 until 1980. It also includes literary productions of the two books published after his death with notes and corrections by

Estelle Williams. Additionally it contains other manuscript and publication materials that were originally accessioned as the Thomas Harry Williams Manuscripts, Mss. 1964, 2158. These are housed in Box 36.

Series VII. Printed Material, 1775, 1861-1970 (4 linear feet)

This series contains programs, publications, prints, numerous maps, newspapers, journals, broadsides, and illustrations. Also included are two interviews of T. Harry Williams. Printed items related to Huey Long are segregated and are comprised of the following; publications, articles, journals, sheet music, election material, cartoons, broadsides, and maps. In addition, there is a coroner’s inquest of Weiss and genealogical chart of the Long family.

Series VIII. Photographs, ca. 1861-1864, 1890, ca. 1913-1969 (0.5 linear feet)

Included in this series are carte de visites, personal and professional photographs, Huey Long photographs, as well as photographs related to Long. There are thirty carte de vistes, most are identified and a few are produced by Baton Rouge photographers. A detailed list of these can be found in the container list. Personal and professional photographs include images used in Williams’ books as well as friends and colleagues. The majority of the Long photographs are from the Louisiana State Museum Collection. A detailed list of Long photographs can be found in Appendix C.

Series IX. Scrapbooks, 1951-1979, undated (4 linear feet)

This series is comprised of fifteen scrapbooks, documenting the publicity and reviews of his books, speaking engagements, travels, and awards. Scapbooks XI, XII, XIII, and XV contain letters to Williams.

Series X. Audio/Visual, 1952-1966, undated (3 linear feet)

This series includes a 16mm film strip of Williams and master reel to reel tapes. Duplications of these tapes are found in Series II and V

INDEX TERMS

Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

Ambrose, Stephen E., b. 1936

Bozeman, Harley

Carriere, Oliver P.

Current, Richard N.,

Dufour, Charles L

Freidel, Frank

Hesseltine, William B., 1902-1963

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1908-1973

Jones, Warren L.,

Kennedy, John F., 1917-1963

Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935

Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935--Assassination.

Long, Russell B., b.1918

Louisiana Bicentennial Commission

Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950

National Book Award

Oral history

Organization of American Historian

Pulitzer Prize

Southern Historical Association

Truman, Harry, 1884-1972

United State--History--Civil War, 1861-1865

United States--History

Williams, Estelle Skolfield, 1908-1999

Williams, T. Harry (Thomas Harry), 1909-1979

CONTAINER LIST

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

Series I. Correspondence

Subseries A. Personal and Professional

Range 34

1

1-46

1927-1960

2

1-58

1961-1965

3

1-37

1966-1970

4

1-31

1971-1975

5

1-24

1976-1979, undated

8

33-34

Family, 1950-1979, undated

Subseries B. Publications

6

1-34

1947-1965

7

1-12

1966-1975, 1978

Subseries C. Professional Organizations

13-16

Louisiana Civil War Centennial, 1958-1965

17-21

Civil War Associations, 1954-1979, undated

22-26

Southern Historical Association, 1955-1977, undated

27-31

Organization of American Historians, 1970-1973

32

Ulysses S. Grant Association, 1963-1978

33

Louisiana Bicentennial Commission, 1971-1972, undated

34

Friends of LSU Libraries, 1962-1975, undated

Subseries D. Awards

8

1

Guggenheim, 1951-1954

2

Social Studies Research Council, 1955

3-5

Pulitzer Prize, 1970-1979, undated

6

National Book Award, 1970-1971

7

National Endowment for Humanities, 1967-1977, undated

8

Harmsworth Professor of American History, University of Oxford, 1965-1970

Subseries E. Miscellaneous

9

University of Wisconsin, 1936

Subseries F. Huey P. Long Research

10-14

General, 1861, 1926-1935, 1956, 1957-1970

15-16

Huey P. Long, 1920-1933, undated

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

17-19

Russell B. Long, 1955-1970

20-21

Harley B. Bozeman, 1961-1969

Subseries G. Estelle Williams

22-30

Personal and Professional, 1955-1980

31

Knopf Publishing, 1970-1980

32

Time, 1962-1963, undated

Series II. Writings

9

1

M.A. Thesis: Benjamin F. Wade, 1932

2-5

High School and College term papers, 1924-1936

6-32

Articles, 1955-1976, undated (See appendix A)

33-44

Reviews, 1923, 1955-1957, 1959-1978, undated

45

Forwards and Introductions, undated

46

Reports, 1969-1978, undated

47

Critiques and Comments, undated

48

Miscellaneous, undated

10

1-11

Articles, 1962-1963, undated (See appendix A).

12-44

Articles by various students and colleagues, 1904-1979,

undated

45-50

Speeches and Lectures on Huey P. Long, 1967, 1972-1973, undated

51-67

Speeches and Lectures on the Civil War, 1961, 1965, 1974, 1976, undated

68-69

Speeches and Lectures on Oral History, 1973, undated

10

70-71

Speeches and Lectures on Lyndon Johnson, 1978, undated

72-73

Speeches and Lectures on LSU, 1977, undated

74-89

Speeches and Lectures on various topics, 1967-1978, undated

11

1-17

Class Lectures and Notes, undated

18

Speech by Stephen Ambrose: T. Harry Williams Scholarship Fund, 1979

Series III. Records

11

19

Southern Historical Association, 1957-1960

20-21

Organization of American Historians, 1972

22

Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission, 1959-1964, undated

23

Louisiana Bicentennial Commission, 1971

24

Pulitzer Prize, 1978-1979

25

National Endowment for the Humanities, 1972-1974

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

26

Legal, Financial & Miscellaneous, 1944, 1952-1962

Series IV. Research Materials

12

1-22

Beauregard

23-35

Lincoln

13

1-8

Lincoln

9-12

Grant

13-33

Hayes

14

1-5

Romance & Realism

6-14

Confederate States of America

15-20

Civil War

21-38

U.S. History

15

1-16

U.S. History

17-32

Military History

38-44

Lyndon B. Johnson file cards

16

1

Cora E. Watson diary, 1864-1865 (copies)

2

W.P. Chamberlin diary, 1863 (copies)

3

N.K. Nichols diary, 1862 (typescript)

4

W.L. Cage, 1861-1863 (typescript)

5

Z. Chandler, 1861-1863 (typescript)

6

Grant, 1862-1865 (copies)

7

Hayes, 1862-1870, undated (typescript); Capt. John Johnson, 1863 (typescript); Beauregard, 1864 (typescript)

8

George Trent, 1869; Gen. B.F. Butler, 1862

9

Union Order, 1861; Civil War Poem, undated (typescript); Sheet Music, 1861 (copy); Grimes Document, June 29, 1890.

10

Hayes

11

Military History

12

Confederate States of America

13

Unification

14

Romance & Realism

15

Civil War

Series V. Research Materials. Huey P. Long

16-21

Early years to 1929 & Winn Parish

22

Salesman, Oklahoma, & Tulane

23-24

Early years-Law

25-27

Public Service Commission

28-29

Election of 1924 & 1928

30

Governorship 1928-1932 & Impeachment

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

31

Impeachment

17

1

Impeachment

2

Governorship 1930-1933

3-4

Election as Senator 1930

5

Arkansas Campaign (Aug. 1932).

6-7

Overton Election & Hearing

8

Democratic Convention 1932

9

1930-1933.

10-11

Election 1932

12

Senator Hoover

13

Share Our Wealth

14-15

Allen, Leche, Parker, & Overton

16

Every Man A King

17-19

1933 & New Orleans Election (1934)

20-22

Special Session 1934 & 1934

23

Fournet Election 1934

24

Congress 1935

18

1-3

Congress 1935 & 1935

4

New Orleans Election (Sept. 1935)

5

Special Session 1935

6

Surrender of O.R. 1935, Choice for 1936

7

Martial Law in Baton Rouge (Jan. 1935)

8

Shusmann Plan for 1936

9-10

Assassination

11-12

LSU

13-14

Personal Habits

15

Education & Literacy

16

American Progress

17

Political Techniques & Local Machine

18

Demagogue

19

Alice Lee Grojean Tharpe & Lucille May Grace

20

Financial Interest

21

Oratory

22

Guards

23

Politics

24

Race

25

Louisiana Programs

26-28

Miscellaneous

29

Longview Daily News (1935)

27

35-36

Cardfile of informants

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

37

HPL speech at Alexandria, undated (transcript)

38

HPL speech at Shreveport, undated (transcript)

39

“Poison to the Sick...”, undated (original handwritten)

27

40

Legal Documents, 1923, 1934, 1936-1937

41

Records from University of Oklahoma and Tulane University, 1914, 1915

19

1-167

A-W list of interviewees and unidentified interviews, 1952-1966 (See Appendix B for list of names)

MF:W

Reel 1

Copies of manuscript collections from Duke University

Series VI. Literary Productions

Range 34

20

1-5

“Lincoln & His Generals” (typescript)

6

“Beauregard: Napoleon in Gray” (typescript)

7

“With Beauregard in Mexico” (typescript)

8-22

“History of the U. S. (Vol. I & II)” (typescript & page proof)

21

1

“Americans at War” (typescript)

7-10

“American History” (page proof & galley proof)

11-12

“McClellan, Sherman, and Grant” (typescript & page proof)

13

“Military Memoirs of a Confederate” (typescript)

14-26

“Life History of the U.S.” (typescript)

22

1

“Hayes The Diary” (typescript & sample pages)

2-3

“Hayes of the Twenty-Third” (typescript)

4-19

“Huey P. Long” (typescript)

23

1-20

“History of American Wars” (typescript & page proof)

24

1-4

“History of American Wars” (page proof)

5

“Lincoln and the Radicals” (manuscript)

6-10

“P.G.T. Beauregard: Napoleon in Gray” (manuscript)

11

“With Beauregard in Mexico” (typescript)

12

“History of the U.S.” (manuscript)

13-18

“Americans at War” (manuscript)

25

1-5

“American History” (galley proof)

6

“McClellan, Sherman, and Grant” (manuscript)

7

“Military Memoirs of a Confederate” (manuscript)

8-9

“Life History of the U.S.” (manuscript)

10

“Hayes The Diary...” (manuscript)

11-19

“Huey P. Long” (layout & manuscript)

26

1-9

“Huey P. Long” (manuscript & galley proof)

10-12

“The History of American Wars” (manuscript & page proof)

13

“The History of American Wars” (Estelle William’s notes)

14

“The Selected Essays of T. Harry Williams” (page proof)

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

36

1-5

“Lincoln and His Generals” (typescript)

6-8

“Lincoln and His Generals” (galley proofs)

9

“Lincoln and His Generals” (plate proof)

10-12

“Romance and Realism” (manuscript)

13

“The American Civil War” (typescript)

14

“The American Civil War” (manuscript)

15-18

“History of the U.S.” Chapter XXI-XL (manuscript)

Series VII. Printed Material

27

1

Programs; Civil War Organizations, 1957-1965

2

Programs; SHA, 1957-1959

3

Programs; OAH, 1973

4

Programs & Miscellaneous, 1941, 1960-62, 1970, 1976, 1979, undated

5

Publications; Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission,

1961, undated

6

“The New Cambridge Modern History,” 1957, undated

7

“T. Harry Williams, A Biographical Sketch,” 1970

8

“T. Harry Williams Memoir,” 1970 (Interview of Williams)

9

“Influences on the Civil War,” undated (Interview of

Williams)

10

Pulitzer Prize, 1970, 1977, 1978

11

Commencement Programs (1889, 1892) and newspaper clippings relating to suspension from University of Wisconsin

12

Prints; Civil War Uniforms & U.S. Grant Home, undated

13

Prints; Civil War Officers, undated

OS:W

2

4

Prints: Civil War Officers, undated

Range 34

27

14

Battlefield of Cedar Creek, 1964 (5 items)

Battlefield of Winchester, Virginia, 1964 (2 items)

Battlefield of Fisher Hill, 1862 (2 items)

Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia, 1964

Map of Gauley Bridge Region, undated

Map of Situation in Latter Half of West Virginia, 1861

Map of Shenandoah Valley, by J. V. Glumer, undated

The Battle of The Opequion, 1964

Photograph of Map of Virginia, undated

OS:W

1

Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 1963 (topographical/3 dimensional)

Fairfield, Pennsylvania, 1950 (topographical/3 dimensional)

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1950 (topographical/3

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

dimensional)

OS:W

OS:1

Lloyd’s Map of the Lower Mississippi River from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico, by J.T. Lloyd, 1862

OS:2

New Map of Mobile Showing the Rebel Stronghold in the Gulf, by G.W. Tomlinson, 1863

OS:W

OS:2

Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania, 1951 (notes by Williams)

Map of Manassas Junction of Roads to Forts on Bull Run & Occoquan River, Camp Pickens, Virginia, June 12, 1861 (photocopy)

Area of Charleston, South Carolina, undated

Economic Map of the South 1860, undated

Floyd’s Battle with Tyler, undated (from Rutherford B. Hayes Library)

Battle of Fisher Hill, Carnifix Ferry, Cedar Creek.,

Buffington Island, Battle of Lynchburg, Theater Map of

West Virginia, Battle of Opequon, Cloyds Mountain, Theater Map of Kanawha Valley, Shenandoah Valley, 1861, 1864, undated

Battlefield of Winchester, Virginia, 1864

Civil War in Louisiana, 1861-1865 (by Louisiana Civil War Centennial Commission)

Campaigns of the Civil War in the Valley of History, by the Potomac Edison Co., undated

Civil War Historical Sites, 1960

Civil War Centennial Map of Washington D.C., undated

Official 1961 Alabama Highway Map, 1961

Commemorative Map Campaigns of the Civil War, 1961

OS:W

OS:3

Massachusetts Son, May 3, 1775 (facsimile)

New York Tribune, May 27, 1861

The Portage County Democrat, June 17, 1863

Frank Leslie’s Pictorial History of the War of 1861 (no. 12 & 19), undated

Awards & Citations, 1933-1970

Charcoal Sketch of Williams, undated

Broadside: “An Evening with T. Harry & Huey,” undated

Gettysburg Address (facsimile)

Emancipation Proclamation (facsimile)

Lincoln Letter, 1862 (facsimile)

Broadside: “A History of the U.S. 2nd Revised Edition,” 1966

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

Broadside: Civil War Centennial, undated

OS:W

2

“The Year was 1856" (image of Lincoln)

“Leaders of the Confederacy”

Currier & Ives Engravings

“Union & Confederate Commanders”

“The Correspondents of Port Hudson”

"The Railsplitters for the Presidential Campaign of 1860"

“Battle of Baton Rouge”

“Troop Movements at the Battle of Cold Harbor 1864"

“Man for the Ages (Lincoln)”

Range 34

27

15-22

Articles relating to Long, 1932, 1933, 1935, 1948

23-25

Journals with articles relating to Long, 1932, 1934, 1935

26

Sheet Music, 1934-1935

27

Election Material, 1932

28

Programs and Brochures, 1932, 1935, 1936, 1939, undated

29

Office letterhead, undated, and Christmas card, 1929

30

Cartoons and Drawings, 1923, 1933-1935, undated

31

Inaugural Publication, 1936

32

“Louisiana Conservation Review,” 1935

33

Memorial Address, 1936

34

Coroner’s Inquest of Dr. Carl A. Weiss, 1935

OS:W

2

1

Broadsides, 1923, 1927, 1932, 1933, 1935, undated

2

Journals: Saturday Evening Post (Oct. 15, 1932), Today (Aug. 4, 1934), Collier’s (Jan. 19, 1935).

3

The Kingdom of the Kingfish (Collection of articles compiled by C. Arthur Provost) undated

OS:W

OS:3

Map of Louisiana, 1933

Map of Louisiana, 1930

Map of Winn Parish, Louisiana, 1948

“Declaration of Independence of the Minute Men of Louisiana,” 1935

Long Family Genealogical Chart, undated

MF:W

Reel 2

Articles on Long from University of Illinois

Series VIII. Photographs

Range 34

28

1

Cartes de visites (numbered)

1. Uncle Gaudy

2. G.R. Bullock of Kentucky (with two cent orange stamp)

3. Robinson (with two cent orange stamp)

4. A. Pike.

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

1a.

4a. Robert E. Lee

2

5. Kirby Smith

6. Capt. Harry Gentles & Phillip Stephens (Lytle photo)

7. Polk

8. Gen. Hill

3

9. Jeff Davis

10. M. Price

11. J. Wilkes Booth

12. H.F. Lee

4

13. Stonewall Jackson

14. Illegible (New Orleans, La.)

15. Bragg

16. Semmes

5

17. Hardee

18. Sterling Price

19. Jeb Stuart

20-21. Unidentified (Keddy & Shepper photo)

6

22. Lew (Lytle photo)

23. Unidentified (Keddy & Shepper photo)

24. Unidentified (Bogel & Shepper photo)

7-8

25-31. Unidentified

29

1-4

Book Illustrations

5-6

Book Illustrations (Hayes)

7

Home in Wisconsin, Harley Bozeman, Stephen Ambrose & Dwight Eisenhower, Williams & Joe Lipaey, Williams & group

8

Items removed from correspondence & unidentified photos

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5

Photos of Civil War engravings & guns

29

9

Huey P. Long Family, Misc., & Funeral (See appendix C for detailed list)

10

Riverside Press

11

Louisiana State Museum; Caraway, bridge, & funeral

12

Louisiana State Museum; Individual & family

13

Louisiana State Museum; Impeachment & Overton Hearings

14

Louisiana State Museum; Miscellaneous

15-16

Negatives [RESTRICTED]

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Long funeral/La. State Capitol (tinted)

Series IX. Scrapbooks

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30

1

Scrapbook I (1951-1952); contains clippings, printed

Location

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Folder

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material, and letters to Williams regarding his book, Lincoln and His Generals.

2-4

Scrapbook II (1955-1959); contains clippings, printed material, ephemera, and letters to Williams regarding his book, P.G.T. Beauregard: Napoleon in Gray

5

Scrapbook III (1960); contains clippings, printed material, and memos to Williams regarding his book, Americans at War.

6

Scrapbook IV (1962); contains photographs, clippings, and ephemera related to the Airforce Academy’s Harmon Memorial Lecture, Colorado Springs, Co.

7

Scrapbook V (1960-1973); contains letters to Williams regarding two publications, Huey, Lyndon and Southern Radicalism and The Gentleman From Louisiana.

8

Scrapbook VI (1972-1979); contains miscellaneous photographs, biographical data on Williams, clippings, and letters concerning speaking engagements.

31

1-4

Scrapbook VII (1966-1967); contains travel documents, receipts, photographs, correspondence, printed material, ephemera related to Williams’ voyage on the RMS Queen Mary and his stay in Oxford, England as Harmsworth Professor.

5

Scrapbook VIII (1973); contains correspondence, printed material, ephemera related to OAH

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Scrapbook IX (1950-1960); contains clippings, photographs, ephemera, and printed material regarding his book, Lincoln and His Generals and Americans At War. Also, contains materials relating to Phi Alpha Theta, speaking engagements, and historical organizations.

Range 34

32

1

Scrapbook X (1969-1970); contains congratulatory telegrams regarding Williams’ book, Huey Long.

2

Scrapbook XI (1969-1970); contains clippings, printed material, and letters regarding his book, Huey Long.

3-5

Scrapbook XII (1960-1973); contains letters to Williams regarding his Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and his book, Huey Long.

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Scrapbook XIII (1969-1970); contains clippings, printed material, ephemera, and letters to Williams regarding his book, Huey Long.

6

Scrapbook XIV (undated); contains original newspapers, and

Location

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Folder

Contents

clippings (1931-1935) and political broadsides relating to Huey Long, compiled by Williams.

Range 34

32

6

Scrapbook XV (1979); contains letters to Williams regarding his retirement.

Series X. Audio/Visual

33

16mm film of Williams

34

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches cassette tapes (User Copies)

35

Oral History Interview cassette tapes (User Copies)

37

Oral History Interview reel-to-reel tapes [RESTRICTED--use cassettes]

45

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches cassette tapes (Re-mastered Originals) [RESTRICTED--use cassettes]

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches reel-to-reel tapes [RESTRICTED--use cassettes]

Appendix A

Series II. Writings

(Note: Unless otherwise indicated, the author is T. Harry Williams)

Location

Box

Folder

Content

Range 34

9

6

“Freeman the Man,” 1955

7

Louisiana Civil War Centennial material, 1961

“The Civil War in Louisiana: A Chronology, Williams and A. Otis Hebert

8

“A Prospectus for A History of American Military Affairs,Williams and Otis A. Singletary, 1961

9

Untitled article by Hessetine, 1963

10

“The American Civil War,” 1966

11

“Negroes in the Civil War,” 1973

12

Untitled article on Beauregard, 1975

13

“That Strange Sad War,” 1976

14

Untitled article on the Civil War, undated

15

Untitled article on Grant, undated

16

“P.G.T. Beauregard, undated

17

“Beauregard at Shiloh, undated

18

“Reconstruction,” undated

19

“Lincoln, The Commander In Chief,” undated

20

“Badger Colonels,” undated

21

“The Civil War,” undated

22

“H.H. Humphreys,” undated

23

“The Bou Rubin,” undated

24

“Military Leaders Tried by Fire in Kentucky,” undated

25

“The Opening of the Kentucky Gate,: undated

26

Turmoil in Washington,” undated

27

Untitled article on G. A. Custer, undated

28

Untitled article on Lincoln, undated

29

Untitled article on the Revolution, undated

30

“Huey Long and the Politics of Realism,” undated

Untitled article on Long, undated

31

“America Goes to War,” undated

Location

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32

Politics of the Longs,” undated

10

1

“Major Crisis in American History,” 1962

2

“Trends in Southern Politics,” 1963

3

Untitled article on Charles P. Stone, undated

4

“Return of Jomini,” undated

5

“Huey Long and the Problems of Our Time,” undated

Untitled article on Long, undated

6

Articles of Encyclopedia Americana & World Book

7

“Two War Leaders; Lincoln and Davis,” undated

8

“Grants Terms of Surrender,” undated

“The Afterlife,” undated

9

“Huey Long and the Politics of Realism,” undated

10

“The Civil War Letters of William L. Cage,” undated

11

“The Reluctant Warrior; The Diary of N. K. Nichols,” undated

Appendix B

Series IV. Research Materials. Huey P. Long

Oral History Interview Transcripts

(Note: The asterisk* indicates audio cassette of interview is available)

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

Range 34

19

1

Alexander, Will (1952)

Alford, W.C. (4/1/1960)

2

Anders, D.J. (1/19/1960)

3

Angelle, Robert (4/27/1963)

4

Appel, John G. (5/28/1958, 6/15/1963)

5

Austin, Gene (11/14/1958)

6

Bahan, L.P. (12/15/1956)

7

Baker, Bonnie V. (11/3/1959)

8

Baker, Guy (4/12/1960)

9

Barham, C.C. (4/12/1960)

10

Bauer, R. Norman (5/4/1962)

11

Beckcom, George E. (8/7/1957)

12

Bernard, Vivian (3/23/1960)

13

Blackshear, David (6/27/1957

14

Blanche, Fred (519/1961)

15

Bledsoe, Samuel B. (1954)

Boone, William C. (6/3/1960)

16

Bourg, E.J. (7/16/1963)

17

Bowman, Sidney (2/20/1961)

18

Bozeman, Harley (1/7/1959 & 2/9/1961)

19

Brashears, John P. (undated)

20

Bradford, B.W. (2/11/1961)

21

Brooks, Overton (4/16/1960)

22

Brothers, Robert (7/19/1958)

23

Broussard, Alton (5/4/1960)

Broussard, J.C. (10/3/1960)

Buie, Jim (1/20/1960)

24

*Burns, Francis (7/8/1957)

25

Burns, James T. (6/1/1960)

Location

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Folder

Contents

26

Burton, William T. (4/3/1961)

27

Butler, W.E. (5/18/1960)

28

Caraza, Castro (3/26/1961)

29

Carriere, Ike (9/19/1961)

30

Carriere, Oliver (5/29/1961)

31

Carson, W.P. (10/30/1956)

32

Cawthorn, Joe (5/5/1960)

33

Christenberry, Earle J. (7/11/1957)

34

Clements, Ernest (3/29/1960)

35

Cleveland, William (12/18/1962)

Cohn, Isidore (6/18/1963)

36

Cole, David (4/4/1960)

Cole, W. Clegg (4/11/1960)

37

Coleman, Elliott (1/21/1960)

38

Comiskey, James E. (7/1/1957)

Cooper, W.A. (7/16/1963)

39

Copeland, R.S. (6/27/1957)

40

*Corbin, Carl (6/27/1957)

41

Coverdale, Milton (1/8/1960)

42

Craddock, Perry (2/20/1961)

43

Dalfers, A. Wilmot (10/20/1962)

44

David, Joseph B. (6/25/1957)

45

Davidson, Charlie (3/23/1960)

Davis, Harry (7/16/1957)

46

Davis, Lottie (Mrs. R.W.) (4/11/1960)

47

DeArmond, Johnny (10/1/1959)

Delatte, Norbert (6/28/1962)

48

Dent, Fred (9/7/1961)

49

Deutsch, Herman (1/21/1961)

50

*Digby, Fred (6/22/1957)

51

Dillion, William (7/10/1960)

Dodd, William J. (5/9/1960)

52

Doles, John (12/31/1956)

53

Domengeaux, James (6/18/1960)

Doucet, D.J. (3/28/1960)

54

Dugas, Bobbie (6/28/1962)

Location

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Dugas, Felix (2/1/1961)

Dugas, Pat (3/23/1960)

55

Dugas, Waldo (5/4/1960)

56

Dunbar, Charles E. (7/18/1957)

57

Ellender, Allen J. (5/29/1966)

58

Erskine, G.E. (2/12/1960)

Everett, Mrs. George (3/23/1960)

59

Favrot, St. Clair (2/11/1960)

Fields, Harvey (1/18/1960)

60

*Fisher, Joe (7/10/1957) (see also folder 19:62)

61

*Fleming, Ray (6/25/1957)

62

Fleury, John & Fisher, Joe (3/13/1961)

63

Flowers, Paul (10/29/1956)

64

Foshee, W.S. (4/19/1965)

65

Fournet, Jack (5/5/1965)

66

Foster, Richard (6/18/1963)

67

*Fournet, John B. (7/4/1957)

68

*Frampton, Chick (or Charles) (6/24/1957)

69

Francis, Fred (4/21/1960)

Frazar, Lether (10/22/1958)

70

*Frey, Fred C. (2/2/1957)

71

Fruge, J. Cleveland (4/1/1960)

72

*Gamble, Harry (/12/1957)

73

Gardiner, Lessley (6/10/1963)

74

Gary, Leon (12/10/1960)

75

Gilbert, Harry (1/19/1960)

76

Ginsberg, George (10/13/1959)

77

Gleason, Ira (12/26/1956)

78

Gottlieb, Lewis (7/23/1963)

79

Guerre, Louis F. (6/23/??)

80

Guillory, Isom (3/28/1960)

81

Haas, Dave (4/10/1963)

82

Habans, Paul (10/24/1960)

83

Haggerty, Edward A. (7/16/1957)

84

Hamlin, Walter (7/2/1957)

Hanks, Ruby (Mrs.) (2/10/1961)

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Folder

Contents

85

Hargrove, F. Leonard (3/15/1960)

86

Hood, John T. (Judge) (4/3/1961)

87

Howell, Roland B. (5/22/1965)

88

Hughes, H. Lester (3/18/1960)

89

Hunt, Lucille (Mrs. Stewart) (4/11/1960)

Hunt, (Mrs.) (4/11/1960)

90

Hunter, Robert A. (3/14/1960)

91

Jones, Lawrence M. (12/281961)

92

Jones, Louie, A. (3/2/1962)

93

Jones, Robert D. (12/19/1960)

Jones, Sam H. (4/3/1961)

94

Jordan, Harrison (10/26/1959)

95

Kavanaugh, M.J. (4/12/1960)

96

Kidd, Shelby (10/27/1959)

97

Kilpatrick, A.K. (1/8/1960)

Knott, Mrs. W.M. (4/18/1960)

98

Kohn, Marion (3/4/1966)

Krock, Arthur (1950)

Labbe, Donald (5/4/1960)

99

*Landry, Theohile (7/10/1957)

100

Lant, Norman (3/25/1966)

Larcade, Henry (7/29/1958)

101

Larcade, W.W. (7/29/1958)

102

Lautenschlaeger, Lester (7/9/1957)

Lawrence, Rolo C. (10/14/1959)

103

*Leche, Richard W. (6/30/1957, 1/30/1960, 4/4/1960)

104

Long, Earl L. (8/28/1960)

Long, Julius (7/23/1959)

105

Long, Otho (2/10/1961)

106

Long, Rose McConnell (Mrs. Huey P.) (3/17/1960)

107

*Long, Russell (11/26/1956)

108

Lorio, Cecil (4/19/1965)

Maines, George (11/14/1958)

109

*Maloney, Paul (6/26/1957)

110

Manetta, Manuel (7/1958)

111

*Manning, Frank (7/1/??)

Location

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Contents

Marchand, Sidney (7/28/1962)

112

McConnell (3/14/1960)

113

McFarland, Rose Long (8/25/1961)

114

McGuire, Dave (7/111957)

McSween, John H. (10/14/1959)

115

Mehaffey, James (11/2/1959

Mickal, Abe (7/18/1957)

116

Middleton, Troy H. (9/28/1961)

117

Milam, Matt (2/11/1961)

Mitchell (undated)

118

Mitchell, Harry Leland (1957)

119

Montet, Numa (12/20/1960)

Morgan, Cecil (3/12/1965)

120

Morse, Sen. Wayne (3/4/1962)

Mouton, Edgar (5/5/1960)

121

Noe, James K. (12/31/1956)

Nuckolls, John (12/31/1956)

122

Nugent, Jess (1/25/1957)

*Oakes, E.J. (6/25/1957)

123

*O’Connor, James P. (6/28/1957)

124

Odom, Fred (Judge) (1/7/1960)

Odom, Frank (5/21/1958)

125

Oglesby, R.W. (Judge) (2/10/1961)

O’Neil, Robert (Judge) (3/15/1960)

126

Overton, Ada Ruth (Mrs. John) (10/12/1959)

127

Parrott, Mrs. Robert (10/13/1959)

Peck, Wilson J. (5/5/1960)

128

*Pegues, W.C. (1/29/1957)

Pell, Herbert C. (1951)

129

*Peltier, Harvey (3/3/1960)

130

*Pereira, George E. (7/8/1957)

Perez, Leander (5/28/1961)

131

Peterman, Frank (10/13/1959)

Petrie, James (3/23/1960)

132

Peyton, Rupert (1/28/1958)

Picciola, Marc (8/23/1961)

Location

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Folder

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133

Pierson, Mrs. Clarence (10/13/1959)

Pierson, Robert H. (10/12/1959)

134

Planche, Maurice (6/1/1960)

Polmer, Irvin F. (11/20/1960)

Ponder, Amos L. (Judge) (7/14/1958)

135

Porterier, Gaston (10/13/1959)

136

Prophit, Robert L. (1/7/1959)

Provost, C. Arthur (5/6/1960)

137

Quaw, Gene (6/27/1961)

Rabby, Carlos (10/28/1959)

138

Rabenhorst, Harry (7/3/1963)

139

Racivitch, Herve (5/29/1961)

140

Rappelet, A.O. (3/5/1963)

Reggie, Edmund T. (5/6/1960)

141

*Reyer, George (7/15/1957)

142

*Rivet, Charles J. (6/7/1959)

143

Roberts, Jesse (2/10/1961)

Robertson, Edward S. (2/10/1965)

144

Roden, Murphy (9/25/1961)

Rodgers, Cleveland (1950)

145

Rottbone, M.J. (2/11/1966)

Roy, Col. E.P. (3/20/1961)

146

Roy, J. Maxime (5/51960)

19

147

*Sanders, J.Y. (11/6/1959)

148

Savoy, Lennie (3/28/1960)

*Sehrt, Clem (1957)

149

Sevier, Andrew (6/21/1960)

Sevier, H.C. (1/9/1960)

150

Stich, Frank (Judge) (7/17/1957)

Slack, Stewart (5/18/1963)

151

Smith, Charles L. (2/10/1961)

Smith, Prentice (7/14/1970)

Smith, Charles, L. (2/10/1961)

152

Spence, Mason (1/20/1960)

153

Spinks, Leonard (5/18/1960)

Stagg, George (3/28/1960)

Location

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Folder

Contents

154

Stanley, Eugene (7/16/1957)

Talbot, Edmund (5/18/1960)

155

Talbot, W. Harry (6/26/1957)

Taylor, Robert (5/10/1960)

156

Terzia, Daisy Strong (Mrs. Theo.) (1/18/1960)

Thomas, Orlean (10/13/1959)

Thomas, Norman (1950)

157

Thompson, O.B. (2/11/1961)

Todd, Harvey (1/8/1960)

158

Trent, James (10/14/1959)

159

Truman, Harry S. (11/24/1959)

Wall, Mary B. (2/20/1961)

160

Wallace, A.M. (Judge) (7/21/1959)

Wallace, George M. (12/3/1956)

Watts, Kenneth (2/10/1961)

161

*Weiss, Seymour (7/3/1957)

162

White, A.P. (6/13/1960)

Whitley, Robert S. (3/15/1960)

163

Whittington, V.V. (1/25/1960)

Wiegand, William (6/27/1957)

164

Williams, E.H. (Lige) (3/17/1960)

Williams, Hugh (6/19/1957)

165

Williams, Louis (5/4/1957)

Wimberly, Shirley G. (Judge) (7/9/1957)

166

Wingrave, John J. (7/30/1957)

Womack, Mrs. Frank (2/23/1960)

167

*Unidentified interviews & list of interviewees

Appendix C

Series VIII. Photographs. Huey P. Long Family

Location

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Folder

Contents

Range 34

29

9

Family, Miscellaneous & Funeral:

Julis T. Long

HPL & Russell Long.

Mr. & Mrs. Huey P. Long, Sr. with children, 1890

Mr. Huey P. Long, Sr. with family at funeral of Mrs. Long, Sr., 1913

HPL family home in Winnfield, La.

Lucille May Grace Dent

Gov. Leche with football player

HPL & James A. Noe

HPL taking the oath of office

LSU

HPL funeral, capitol (2 items)

HPL funeral, capitol lawn (2 items)

HPL floral spray spelling Huey (2 items)

HPL funeral procession

10

Riverside Press:

HPL and L.S.U. students

HPL working in pajamas (2 items)

HPL in veto protest parade

HPL and O. K. Allen

HPL and O. K. Allen, signing contract for bridge

HPL and Mrs. Rose Long

HPL and Hattie Caraway

11

La. State Museum; Caraway, bridge, & funeral:

HPL and Hattie Caraway

HPL campaigning for Hattie Caraway (3 items)

O.K. Allen signing bridge contract (3 items)

HPL funeral (2 items)

12

La. State Museum; Individual & family:

HPL on radio (3 items)

Location

Box

Folder

Contents

HPL signing “no cotton planting program”

HPL minutes before assassination

HPL outside of senate office

HPL chopping wood

HPL, Mrs. Long, & Fournet

HPL & Mrs. Long

HPL & Russell Long (2 items)

13

La. State Museum; Impeachment & Overton hearing:

HPL during impeachment trial (3 items).

HPL & Weiss at Overton hearing (6 items).

HPL at Overton hearing (2 items).

HPL & Sen. Hugo Dore at Overton hearing.

HPL, Christenberry, Hinder, Weiss, Overton,

& Allen.

HPL & Marguerite Clark.

14

La. State Museum, Miscellaneous:

HPL & committee on election hearings at New Orleans Custom House

HPL & James Monroe Smith with group of children

HPL with American Legion Champs (2 items)

HPL speaking at inauguration

HPL & O’Conner

HPL & Dinwiddle

HPL & Allen

HPL sawing tree in Arkansas

HPL with LSU students (3 items)

HPL with National Guard, investigation of the city of New Orleans

HPL & Noe, investigation of the city of New Orleans

HPL & Messina, arriving from Washington D.C.

HPL

HPL voting

HPL, Roden, & McQuiston, voting

HPL, solders bonus (3 items)

HPL, honorable member of Veterans of Foreign Wars (2 items)

15-16

Negatives [RESTRICTED]

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Folder

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Long funeral/Louisiana State Capitol (tinted)

Appendix D

Series X. Audio/Visual

Reel-to-reel and Cassette Tapes

Location

Box

Contents

Range 34

37

Oral History Interview Reel-to-Reel Tapes [RESTRICTED]

Note: The letter/number designation in parentheses reflects the labeling on the individual tapes listed below.

Seymour Weiss (T1)

Joe Fisher (T2)

Paul Maloney (T3)

J. Y. Sanders (T4 & T5)

Clem Sehrt (T6)

Ray Fleming (T7)

Richard W. Leche (T8)

John St. Paul and George E. Pereira (T9)

Fred Digby (T11)

Harvey Peltier (T12)

Harry Gamble (T13)

E. J. Oakes and Theophile Landry (T15)

Charles Frampton (T16)

Charles J. Rivet and James P. O’Connor (T17)

Fournet, Frampton, O’Connor, and Weiss (T18)

Pegues, Frey, Rivet, and Fisher (T19)

Pegues, Manning and Burnes (T22)

Frey, Gamble, and Reyer (T23)

John B. Fournet (T24)

Russell B. Long

Unidentified

35

Oral History Interview Cassette Tapes (User Copies)

Francis Burnes (T22A)

Carl Corbin (T2A)

Location

Box

Contents

Fred Digby (T11)

Joe Fisher (T2B & T19D)

Ray Fleming (T7A & T7B)

John B. Fournet (T24A & T24B)

Fournet, Frampton, O’Connor, and Weiss (T18)

Charles Frampton (T16A & T16B)

Fred Frey (T19B & T23B)

Harry Gamble (T13B & T23A)

Theophile Landry (T15A & T15B)

Richard W. Leche (T8A & T8B)

Russell B. Long (C1 & C2)

Paul Maloney (T3A & T3B)

Frank Manning (T22C)

E. J. Oakes (T15C)

James P. O’Connor (T17B)

W. C. Pegues (T19A & T22B)

Harvey Peltier (T12A & T12B)

George E. Pereira (T9B)

George Reyer (T23C)

Charles J. Rivet (T17A & T19C)

John St. Paul (T9A)

J. Y. Sanders (T4A, T4B & T5)

Clem Sehrt (T6A & T6B)

Seymour Weiss (T1)

Unidentified (C1 & C2)

45

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches Reel-to-Reel Tapes [RESTRICTED]

“Every Man A King” & Speech Excerpt

Two Ten Second Cuts from KWKH Radio “Share the Wealth”

“Share Our Wealth Plan/Every Man A King”

Long Speech (with 2 additional copies)

Organization of American Historians Address

Long Speech, Part 1

Huey Long TV October 18, 1962

Huey Long (Continued)

Location

Box

Contents

2nd Installment of Huey Long Show

Yank at Oxford

“Use of Oral History in Local History”

T. Harry Williams & Pie Dufour 1968 Conversation

Huey Long Story, Part 1

“Battle of Gettysburg and the Iron Brigade” and “Civil War Generals Named Grant I Have Known”

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches Cassette Tapes (Re-mastered Originals)

T. Harry Williams & Pie Dufour 1968 Conversation

“Use of Oral History in Local History”

Organization of American Historians Address

“Civil War Generals Named Grant I Have Known”

“Battle of Gettysburg and the Iron Brigade”

“Huey Long” (Television Program)

“The Huey Long Show” (Second Installment)

“Share Our Wealth Plan/Every Man a King” (3 tapes total)

“Every Man a King” and Speech Excerpt

The Huey Long Story, Part 1 (2 tapes total)

Untitled Huey Long Speeches (3 tapes total)

Two Ten Second Cuts from KWKH Radio “Share the Wealth

34

Williams Speeches & Long Speeches Cassette Tapes (User Copies)

HPL radio documentary, parts I & II

“Huey, LBJ, and the Art of Biography,” parts A & B

“Influences on Civil War” lecture

World War II lecture

Civil War lecture, part A, B, & C

Personal Recollections on View of Reconstruction, parts I & II

Huey Long speech (T20 & T21)

“Every Man a King” and excerpts from Huey Long speech

Yank at Oxford

T. Harry Williams & Pie Dufour 1968 Conversation

“Use of Oral History in Local History”

Organization of American Historians Address

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Contents

“Civil War Generals Named Grant I Have Known”

“Battle of Gettysburg and the Iron Brigade”

“Huey Long” (Television Program)

“The Huey Long Show” (Second Installment)

“Share Our Wealth Plan/Every Man a King” (3 tapes total)

“Every Man a King” and Speech Excerpt

The Huey Long Story, Part 1 (2 tapes total)

Untitled Huey Long Speeches (3 tapes total)

Two Ten Second Cuts from KWKH Radio “Share the Wealth”