Graves, Mildred Moses 1892-1976
Most widely held works about Mildred Moses Graves
Most widely held works by Mildred Moses Graves
Louis and Mildred Graves papers, 1814; 1876-1976 by Louis Graves ( )
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Personal and professional papers of Louis Graves (1883-1965), writer, journalist, and founder of the "Chapel Hill (N.C.) Weekly," and of his wife, Mildred Moses Graves (1892-1976). Family correspondence includes letters to Louis Graves's mother, Julia Charlotte Hooper Graves (1856- 1944); his sister, Mary Graves Rees (1886-1953); and his brothers, Ralph Graves (1878-1939) and Ernest Graves (1880-1953); as well as letters to and from Mildred Graves's father, Edward Pearson Moses (1857-1948); her brother, Herbert Moses; her nephew, Edward Kidder Graham, Jr. (1911-1976); and her niece, Allen Claywell Irvine. Included in the professional correspondence are letters to and from writers; newspaper editors; publishers; academic figures, chiefly at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill; North Carolina political figures; and readers of the "Chapel Hill Weekly." Also included are manuscript writings, clippings, photographs, and a paper-cut silhouette, 1814, of University of North Carolina buildings. Volumes include memo books, account books, photograph albums, scrapbooks, engagement calendars, address books, and travel diaries.
American newspapers Chapel Hill weekly Dabney, Charles William,--1855-1945 Diaries Education Families--Social life and customs Florida Graves, Louis,--1883-1965 Graves, Mary deB.--1886-1950 History Journalists Libraries Manners and customs National parks and reserves Newspaper editors North Carolina North Carolina--Chapel Hill Political science Travelers United States United States--Great Smoky Mountains National Park Universities and colleges--Faculty University of North Carolina (1793-1962)