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Winston C. Babb Collection: Inventory

Folder 1: Ideas for Speeches
Folder 2: Speeches
Folder 3: History 100 (Modern Europe) tests and exams
Folder 4: History 202 (American History) tests and exams
Folder 5: History 302 (Medieval History) exams
Folder 6: History 305 (“American Westward Expansion”) tests and exams
Folder 7: History 306 (Ancient History) exams
Folder 8: History 308 (the Old South) exams
Folder 9: History 310 (Russian History) tests and exams
Folder 10: “History of Printing” lecture notes
Folder 11: “Pleasures of the Mind” lecture notes
Folder 12: “Propaganda” lecture notes
Folder 13: “U.S. Constitution” lecture notes
Folder 14: “Women in History” notes, lecture
Folder 15: Maps and classroom materials

Folder 1: Admissions materials
Folder 2: office brochures
Folder 3: Alumni Reports
Folder 4: Athletics: clippings and pamphlets
Folder 5: Biographies: Furman family members
Folder 6: Convocation
Folder 7: Curriculum
Folder 8: Evening Division
Folder 9: Faculty Roster, 1950-1964
Folder 10: Furman history, 1950-1965: news clippings
Folder 11: Furman Old Campus history: news clippings
Folder 12: Furman issue of the Greenville News, 11/11/1958
Folder 13: Graduate Work, Furman University Bulletin
Folder 14: Greenville News clippings: FU Administration
Folder 15: Greenville News editorial re: dancing at Furman
Folder 16: Gordon W. Blackwell
Folder 17: Integration: news clippings
Folder 18: Letters of condolence on the death of Furman professor Odell, August 1948
Folder 19: List of graduates, 1950-1964
Folder 20: The Manifesto
Folder 21: Physical Plant resources
Folder 22: Placemat showing sketch of new campus with planned chapel

Folder 1: Plyler retirement
Folder 2: Programs: campus events
Folder 3: Recipe book belonging to Mrs. William J. McGlothlin
Folder 4: Scholarships
Folder 5: Southern Baptist Convention materials
Folder 6: Students
Folder 7: Summer session
Folder 8: Thirty Years, Four Campuses
Folder 9: Trustees
Folder 10: William J. McGlothlin paper by A.V. Huff

Folder 1: Handwritten manuscript, pp. 1-155
Folder 2: Handwritten manuscript, pp. 156-281
Folder 3: Handwritten manuscript, pp. 282-414
Folder 4: Handwritten manuscript, pp. 415-590
Folder 5: Typed manuscript with corrections

Folder 1: Manuscript third draft, pp. 1-245
Folder 2: Final manuscript
Folder 3: Typed and handwritten pages, out of order

Folder 1: Correspondence
Folder 2: Department rating sheets
Folder 3: “History of Common Objects” articles
Folder 4: History of Medicine
Folder 5: History of the Middle Ages
Folder 6: “History of Printing” articles
Folder 7: Medieval history notes
Folder 8: Modern history articles
Folder 9: News clippings: Russia
Folder 10: Pamphlets
Folder 11: Prehistory articles
Folder 12: “Some Great ‘Ifs’ of History” article, New York Times Magazine, Arnold J. Toynbee
Folder 13: Winston C. Babb academic transcripts and contracts with Furman University
Folder 14: Winston C. Babb personal clippings, quotations, etc.

Folder 1: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1927
Folder 2: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1928
Folder 3: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1929
Folder 4: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1930
Folder 5: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1931
Folder 6: Parental permission letters to join fraternities, 1938
Folder 7: Fraternity initiation requests and parental permission letters, 1939
Folder 8: Undated parental permission letters to join fraternities
Folder 9: Signed fraternity pledge cards, undated

Folder 1: Changing Governments Amid New Social Problems: A Survey of the Present Governments in France, Italy, Germany, Russia, and Denmark, ed. Ryllis Alexander Goslin, 1937
Folder 2: The United Nations Dumbarton Oaks Proposals for a General International Organization, U.S. Department of State, 1945
Folder 3: Preamble to the UNESCO Constitution, no date
Folder 4: War Tomorrow: Will We Keep Out?, ed. Ryllis Alexander Goslin, 1935
Folder 5: The Mexican Government in the Presence of Social and Economic Problems, Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations, 1936
Folder 6: "Hawaii on the Threshold of Statehood" brochure, 1948
Folder 7: The Second Year of the United Nations: the Role of the United States, U.S. Department of State, 1948
Folder 8: Germany’s Foreign Policy as Stated in Mein Kampf, by Adolf Hitler, with a foreword by the Duchess of Atholl, M.P., no date
Folder 9: Fight for Freedom Publications

    1. German Communists, Spartakus, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    2. German Industry on the Warpath, 1860-1939, Bernhard Menne, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    3. Stresemann: The German Liberals’ Foreign Policy, K.F. Bielick, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    4. The Straight Line from Solider King to Soldier Dictator, Carl Herz, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    5. Oppressed Minority, Franz Koegler, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    6. Aggression, O. Lehmann-Russbueldt, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    7. The Case of Dr. Bruening, Bernhard Menne, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
    8. Peace Verboten, Rennie Smith, A Fight for Freedom Publication, no date
Folder 10: Britain Magazines
    1. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. III no. 6, April 1944
    2. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. IV no. 2, June 1944
    3. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. IV no. 3, July 1944
    4. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. IV no. 4, August 1944
    5. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. IV no. 5, September 1944
    6. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. IV no. 6, October 1944
    7. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. V no. 3, January 1945
    8. Britain: Toward a Greater Knowledge and a Better Understanding of America’s Allies, the People of Britain, vol. V. no. 4, February 1945
Folder 11: For the Freedom of the Dodecanese, J.N. Casavis, February 1945
Folder 12: Justice for Greece, the Justice for Greece Committee, March 1946
Folder 13: Japan Surveys the European War, Tokyo Press Club, 1940
Folder 14: Contemporary Japan: A Review of Far Eastern Affairs, Foreign Affairs Association of Japan, vol. IX no. 1, January 1940
Folder 15: The Clarkson Letter: the Challenge of Japan, Quincy Adams, November 1947
Folder 16: Ephemera: Japan and the Opium Menace book advertisement, 1942
Folder 17: Guam and the Isolationists, Henry George Hendricks, no date
Folder 18: Kashmir’s Fight for Freedom, Azad Kashmir Government Public Relations, no date
Folder 19: Far Eastern Survey newsletters
    1. Far Eastern Survey, American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, vol. XI no. 6, March 23, 1942
    2. Far Eastern Survey, American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, vol. XI no. 7, April 6, 1942
    3. Far Eastern Survey, American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, vol. XI no. 8, April 20, 1942
    4. Far Eastern Survey, American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, vol. XI no. 9, May 4, 1942
Folder 20: Palestine Affairs newsletters
    1. Palestine Affairs: A Monthly Bulletin on Palestine and the Middle East, vol. II no. 10, October 1947
    2. Palestine Affairs: A Monthly Bulletin on Palestine and the Middle East, vol. II no. 12, December 1947
Folder 21: Gandhi’s Life and Death: its Meaning for Mankind, M. Asaf Ali et al., February 1, 1948
Folder 22: Ephemera: Thailand: the New Siam book advertisement, 1942

Folder 1: Economic Relations Between the Americas, Mordecai Ezekiel, 1941
Folder 2: Dominican Republic: a Bulletin of the Dominican Embassy, Washington D.C., no. 54, April 1, 1948
Folder 3: Notes Exchanged between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru and the Ambassador of Colombia Referring to the Asylum of Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, Carlos Echeverri Cortes and Federico Diaz Dulante, March 19, 1949
Folder 4: Oil in Venezuela, Joseph E. Pogue, June 1949

The following maps are stored in the Special Collections Map Case.


Africa

    1. “Two Africas” (pages of Time Magazine showing decolonization process), Time Magazine, ca. 1960
    2. "Southern Africa," 1962, National Geographic
Asia
    1. “Lands of the Bible Today, with Historical Notes,” 1956, National Geographic
    2. "Asia," 1956
Europe
    1. "Europe and the Near East," April 1949, National Geographic
    2. "British Isles," 1958, National Geographic
    3. "Europe ca. 1560," ca. 1960, Rand McNally
    4. “Europe in 1360, Showing Famous Cathedrals – Leading Universities,” Rinehart & Co., ca. 1960
    5. "British Commonwealth, French Union, Spain and Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, & the U.S." (pages of Time Magazine showing decolonization process), Time Magazine, ca. 1960
    6. "Europe," 1962, National Geographic
North America
    1. "The United States of America," 1946, National Geographic
    2. “Historical Map of the United States,” 1953, National Geographic
    3. “A Pictorial Map of Life in Colonial America,” 1957, Esso gas stations
    4. "Southeastern United States," 1958
    5. "Map of Historic Routes" (United States), ca. 1960, Esso gas stations
    6. John Smith’s map of Virginia, 1612 (facsimile, Rand McNally, ca. 1960)
    7. "United States: Washington to Boston," 1962
Caribbean, South America, and Antarctica
    1. "West Indies," 1962, National Geographic
    2. "Eastern South America," 1962, National Geographic
    3. "Antarctica," 1963, National Geographic