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Freeman, Wayne Woodrow 1916-1987

Overview
Works: 6 works in 6 publications in 1 language and 8 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works about Wayne Woodrow Freeman
  • by John Dewey Lane( )
  • by Robert Adger Bowen( )
  • by Loulie Latimer Owens( Book )
  • Loulie Latimer Owens papers by Loulie Latimer Owens( )
 
Most widely held works by Wayne Woodrow Freeman
Wayne Woodrow Freeman papers by Wayne Woodrow Freeman( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Other topics represented include his activities as U.S. Army officer during World War II and the Army Reserves; and his activities as civic leader on various committees, including Executive Committee of the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, South Carolina Bar Associations's Committee on Law Enforcement and Community Relations, and Gov. Robert E. McNair's Committee on Criminal Administration and Juvenile Delinquency
by Wayne Woodrow Freeman( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, minutes, congratulatory telegrams, memos, address, agendas, and other papers, relating to Freeman's career on the Greenville Piedmont and Greenville News, Greenville, S.C.; his activities as U.S. Army officer during World War II and the Army Reserves; and his activities as civic leader on various committees, including Executive Committee of the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, South Carolina Bar Associations's Committee on Law Enforcement and Community Relations, and Gov. Robert E. McNair's Committee on Criminal Administration and Juvenile Delinquency. Includes scrapbook of congratulatory letters, telegrams, and newspaper clippings, relating to Wayne W. Freeman Day (28 Oct. 1970), recognizing Freeman's civic dedication, in Greenville, S.C. Correspondents include Hugh William Close, Frederick B. Dent, Alester G. Furman, III, Yancey Gilkerson, Rev. Billy Graham, Thomas O. Lawton, Jr., Joseph H. McGee, Jr., Sam P. Manning, Richard M. Nixon, Rev. John A. Pinckney, and W. Harrison Trammell
 
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Associated Subjects
African Americans Agricultural colleges American literature American newspapers Anniversaries Armed Forces--Reserves Chaplin, George, Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina.--Faculty Senate College student newspapers and periodicals Criminal investigation Employees English language--Societies, etc English language--Study and teaching English language--Writing Freeman, Wayne Woodrow, Gamma Alpha Mu (Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina) Gamma Alpha Mu (Clemson University) Gilkerson, Yancey Sherard, Graham, Billy, Holt, Andrew D.--(Andrew David), Hoover, J. Edgar--(John Edgar), Journalism, Communist Journalism--Study and teaching Law enforcement Lawton, Thomas O.--(Thomas Oregon), Lever, Jimmy J Manning, Sam P.--(Sam Phillips), McGee, Joseph Halstead, McMillan, George McNair, Robert E.--(Robert Evander), Minorities--Political activity New York (State)--New York Pendleton (S.C.) Pinckney, John A.--(John Adams), Politics and government Purvis, Melvin, Rankin, Henry South Carolina South Carolina.--Governor's Committee on Criminal Administration and Juvenile Delinquency South Carolina Bar Association.--Committee on Law Enforcement and Community Relations South Carolina Tricentennial Commission.--Executive Committee Trammell, W. Harrison United States.--Army Reserve United States.--Department of Justice.--Division of Investigation United States.--Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Bureau of Investigation Universities and colleges Universities and colleges--Faculty Universities and colleges--Graduate work World War (1939-1945)
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