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Madison County Historical Society Records, 1729-1993

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Author

Kevin Keefe and Crystal Ramsey

Title

Madison County Historical Society Records

Date

1729-1993

Repository

Eastern Kentucky University ArchivesRichmond, Kentucky 40475-3102

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Madison County Historical Society Records, 1729-1993, University Archives, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond.

Extent

8.55 cubic feet, 14,250 items, 17 boxes

Biography/History

The Madison County Historical Society (MCHS) is a group of people dedicated to the preservation of the many historical sites and buildings in Madison County, whether it is of an educational, religious, or social base. The MCHS has been instrumental in the placing of bronze historical markers around the county and the city of Richmond, which denote and explain the historical significance of the site.

The Madison County Historical Society was founded in 1891 by a court order of the Madison County Court in its April session of said year, for "the purpose of collecting and preserving in some suitable form the relics of the Pioneer Days," and the "erection of proper memorials to mark important historical events and places in such a manner as to perpetuate and preserve them." The Madison County Historical Society still lives by this tenet today.

The first meeting of the Madison County Historical Society, then known as the Madison Historical Society, was on May 21, 1891. John W. Caperton was appointed as the first president of the organization by the court order. Several prominent citizens of the time were also included in the charter, including Judge French Tipton, Major Curtis Field Burnman, the Honorable J.A. Sullivan, Dr. William Jennings, Dr. L.H. Blanton, Captain P.P. Ballard, Colonel Clifton R. Estill, and J.W. Bales, Esquire. These men served Madison County as the first preservers of county history.

In 1934, in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the creation of Madison County, the Madison County Historical Society was formed to replace the inactive Madison Historical Society. Dr. Jonathan Truman Dorris, professor of history at Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, was selected as chairman. A committee then drew up by-laws and Article of Incorporation for the newly named Madison County Historical Society.

In 1957 the MCHS reorganized, and in 1974 the Society became incorporated and acquired a 501 c (3) tax-exempt status as a non-profit corporation.

Beginning in the late 1960s, the Madison County Historical Society was reinvigorated under the dynamic leadership of Richmond lawyer James J. Shannon Jr. Since that time the Society has continued to sponsor a great variety of events and activities. In 1968, the Society began publishing the periodical Kentucky Pioneer, which contained articles on the Madison County area. The serial was published on a semi-quarterly basis until 1978, when it was discontinued. In 1971, the Society aided in the restoration of White Hall State Shrine, the birthplace and home of famous Kentuckian Cassius Marcellus Clay. In 1974, the Madison County Historical Society participated in the 200th anniversary of the establishment of Fort Boonesborough.

In 1977, Mount Pleasant, a historical residence, was donated to the Madison County Historical Society by Betsy Smith Toy Hall of Indianapolis, the owner and descendant of the original builder and owner, Solomon Smith. The house was restored and is now held by the Madison County Historical Society. This was a major victory in the preservation of historical sites, for Mount Pleasant, erected around the year 1840, served as a hospital for both sides during the 1862 Civil War Battle of Richmond. The Madison County Historical Society was also instrumental in the restoration of the Miller House, which at one time served as Madison County's jail.

Members of the Madison County Historical Society were also very active during the bicentennial celebration of the establishment of Madison County in 1986. Many members of the MCHS served on various committees overseeing the festivities. Also in 1986, the Madison County Historical Society published Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect, by William Ellis, H.E. Everman, and Richard Sears. This 450-page book recounted Madison County's beginnings and traced its long history and progress to the 1980s.

MCHS members also played large roles in the downtown revitalization movement in Richmond, as well as in the placement of the time capsule in front of the Madison County Courthouse. In 1988 the Society published Madison County Rediscovered: Selected Historic Architecture by Lavinia Kubiak. Both the bicentennial county history and the county's architectural history volumes were very popular and are now out-of-print. In cooperation with the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation, the MCHS instituted the BGT Plaques program. The Society, with a grant from the Kentucky Heritage Council, helped sponsor an archaeological dig to locate the exact site of Fort Boonesborough. With a grant from Kentucky Educational Television and the Kentucky Humanities Council, the MCHS also assisted in the production of a video presentation on the life of women's rights leader Laura Clay, daughter of Cassius M. Clay. In 1989, the Madison County Historical Society began the publication of the newsletter Heritage Highlights, featuring articles on the region as well as on the histories of local families and genealogical notes.

The Madison County Historical Society celebrated its 100 year anniversary in 1991, and in 1995 began publishing Madison County Connections, a periodical based exclusively on genealogy articles, requests, and other genealogical information for those trying to track down their family's past. Today the Madison County Historical Society remains as active as ever, and continues its ambitious publications program with its 1996 publication of Berea College history professor Warren Lambert's book-length manuscript detailing the history of the Battle of Richmond.

1891 Court order issued founding for the Madison Historical Society
1934 Reorganization and taking of the name Madison Co Historical Society: 150th anniversary of Madison County
1957 Reorganization, more solid by-laws written
1968 Publishing of Kentucky Pioneer (until 1978)
1971 Aid in restoring White Hall
1974 Incorporation of Madison County Historical Society
1977 Acquisition of Mount Pleasant/Hilltop Place from Betsy Toy Hall
1986 Publication of Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect: Bicentennial of Madison County
1989 Publication of serial Heritage Highlights
1991 100th anniversary of Madison County Historical Society
1995 Publication of serial Madison County Connections

Collection Inventory

BICENTENNIAL PUBLICATION SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

The Bicentennial Publications Series is a collection of the paperwork, advertising, pledges, and book orders for the MCHS publication Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect, by Everman, Sears, and Ellis. The series consists of three archival boxes, with three subject headings. Book orders make up most of the material in this collection.

There is some undated material in this series, which is arranged by key words and placed at the back of each subject folder. The book orders are arranged alphabetically by state, then by name. Pledges are arranged by name. All dated materials are arranged in chronological order.

Inventory
Book Orders folder one, AL-CA
[box: 1]
Book Orders folder two, CO-FL
[box: 1]
Book Orders folder three, GA-IN
[box: 1]
Book Orders folder four, KY A-F
[box: 1]
Book Orders folder five, KY G-O
[box: 1]
Book Orders folder six, KY P-Y
[box: 2]
Book Orders folder seven, KS-MN
[box: 2]
Book Orders folder eight, MO
[box: 2]
Book Orders folder nine, MS-NY
[box: 2]
Book Orders folder ten, OH-SC
[box: 2]
Book Orders folder eleven, TN-WI
[box: 2]
Correspondence, 1985-1986
[box: 3]
Deposits, 1985
[box: 3]
Madison County: 200 Years in Retrospect, 1985-1987
[box: 3]
Pledges, 1985
[box: 3]
Receipts and Invoices, 1985-1986
[box: 3]
BOONESBOROUGH SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

The Boonesborough series contains materials on the State Park, the archaeological dig, and many other subjects. The series consists of two archival boxes, with five subject headings. Also included is information on the famous pioneer Daniel Boone.

All dated materials are arranged in chronological order, and undated material is placed at the back of each subject.

Inventory
Fort Boonesborough Archaeological Study folder 1, 1974-May, 1987
[box: 4]
Fort Boonesborough Archaeological Study folder 2, June 1987-Oct 1987
[box: 4]
Fort Boonesborough Bicentennial, 1971-1985
[box: 4]
Fort Boonesborough Historical Walking Trail, 1987
[box: 4]
Fort Boonesborough Publications, 1970-1975
[box: 4]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder one, 1840-1969
[box: 5]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder two, 1970-1973
[box: 5]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder three, 1974-1978
[box: 5]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder four, 1982-1986
[box: 5]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder five, 1987-1989
[box: 5]
Fort Boonesborough State Park folder six, undated
[box: 5]
MADISON COUNTY BICENTENNIAL SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

The Madison County Bicentennial series follows the preparations for and the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the founding of Madison County in the year 1786. It contains mostly memos and notes from the various committees, as well as bills. The Madison County Bicentennial series consists of two archival boxes and twelve subject headings.

All dated materials are arranged in chronological order, and undated material is placed at the back of each subject.

Inventory
Beautification Committee, 1985-1986
[box: 6]
Bicentennial Commission folder one, 1971-1987
[box: 6]
Bicentennial Commission folder two, undated
[box: 6]
Bicentennial Logo, 1986
[box: 6]
Celebrations, 1973-1986
[box: 6]
Cemetery Survey, 1986
[box: 6]
Downtown Revitalization, 1985-1986
[box: 6]
Finances, 1986
[box: 6]
Ida Lee Willis Memorial Award, 1985-1986
[box: 6]
Memorabilia folder one, May 18, 1986
[box: 7]
Memorabilia folder two, Aug. 16, 1986-Aug. 22, 1986
[box: 7]
Miscellaneous, 1804-1987
[box: 7]
Richmond Chamber of Commerce, 1985-1986
[box: 7]
Scheduling Committee, 1975-1986
[box: 7]
NEWSCLIPPING SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

This series is a collection of newspaper articles concerning the Madison County Historical Society, its members, or information on either the history of Madison County or relevant to the future history of Madison County, such as the articles on the proposed nerve gas incinerator at the Blue Grass Army Depot. The Newsclippings series consists of one archival box, and nine subject headings. The series covers the years 1965- 1993.

All dated material is arranged in chronological order, and undated materials are arranged by key word. All newspaper clippings are photocopied, and the photocopy is filed; the original is discarded.

Bicentennial, 1972-1987
[box: 8]
Fort Boonesborough, 1965-1987
[box: 8]
Historic Buildings, 1971-1987
[box: 8]
Meetings, 1969-1982
[box: 8]
Military, 1984
[box: 8]
Miscellaneous, 1970-1993
[box: 8]
Mount Pleasant, 1977-1986
[box: 8]
Sesquicentennial, 1973
[box: 8]
White Hall, 1971-1975
[box: 8]
PHOTOGRAPH SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

The Photograph series contains all photographs found while arranging this collection.

The series consists mainly of photographs taken during the Madison County Bicentennial celebration and photos of the furnishings of White Hall State Shrine, presumably for insurance purposes. The Photograph Series consists of one archival box and seven subject headings.

All photographs are arranged by number. All dated photographs are arranged chronologically, while the others are described in the inventory below. All photographs are retained during collation; as a result, there may be multiple copies.

Boonesborough, 1810-1987
1. Map of Fort Boonesborough
[box: 9]
2. James Shannon Jr, 1987
[box: 9]
3. James Shannon Jr, 1987
[box: 9]
4. Vic Bloomfield, Dr. Thomas Clark, et al, 1987
[box: 9]
5. Children, 1987
[box: 9]
6. James Shannon Jr. and girl, 1987
[box: 9]
7. James Shannon Jr., et al, 1987
[box: 9]
8. Groups of unidentified people, 1987
[box: 9]
9. James Shannon Jr. and girl, 1987
[box: 9]
10. Judge James Chenault, 1987
[box: 9]
11. Transylvania Legislature (first legislature of Kentucky)
[box: 9]
12. Transylvania Legislature (first legislature of Kentucky)
[box: 9]
13. Daniel Boone's account of Boonesborough and surrounding area
[box: 9]
14. Interior map of original Boonesborough (taken from Rank's Boonesboro)
[box: 9]
Cassius M. Clay/Green Clay, undated
1. Young Cassius Clay
[box: 9]
2. Cassius Clay Dagguereotype
[box: 9]
3. Unveiling of Portrait of Green Clay-- Betsy Toy Hall
[box: 9]
4. Unveiling of Portrait of Cassius Clay-- Jack Hodgkin
[box: 9]
5. Portrait of Green Clay-- Jack Hodgkin
[box: 9]
City of Richmond, 1898-1969
1. Map of Richmond, 1898
[box: 9]
2. Map of Richmond, 1898
[box: 9]
3. Madison County Courthouse, 1969
[box: 9]
4. City Hall
[box: 9]
5. Plan of the City of Richmond
[box: 9]
6. Plan of the City of Richmond
[box: 9]
7. Plan of the City of Richmond
[box: 9]
8. Plan of the City of Richmond
[box: 9]
9. Plan of the City of Richmond
[box: 9]
10. Miller House Renovation, window view
[box: 9]
11. Miller House Renovation, window view
[box: 9]
12. Miller House Renovation, window view
[box: 9]
13. Miller House Renovation, fireplace view
[box: 9]
14. Miller House Renovation, fireplace view
[box: 9]
15. Miller House Renovation, fireplace view
[box: 9]
Fort Boonesborough Dedication, 1974
1. Governor Wendell Ford chopping down first tree, 1974
[box: 9]
2. Governor Wendell Ford chopping down first tree, 1974
[box: 9]
3. Governor Wendell Ford chopping down first tree, 1974
[box: 9]
4. Governor Wendell Ford chopping down first tree, 1974
[box: 9]
5. Governor Wendell Ford chopping down first tree, 1974
[box: 9]
6. Governor Ford is congratulated, 1974
[box: 9]
7. Governor Ford's address, 1974
[box: 9]
Madison County Bicentennial Parade, August 13, 1986
1. Madison Central High School Marching Band
[box: 9]
2. Madison Central High School Marching Band
[box: 9]
3. Madison Central High School Marching Band
[box: 9]
4. Berea Community School Marching Band's Flag Corps
[box: 9]
5. Horse and wagon
[box: 9]
6. Storefront -- Bicentennial Headquarters
[box: 9]
7. Bicentennial Headquarters
[box: 9]
8. Postal worker and woman
[box: 9]
9. Man and woman eating
[box: 9]
10. Float
[box: 9]
11. Bill Robbins, speaking
[box: 9]
12. Mr. and Mrs. Bicentennial -- Martha Adams and Eric Arden
[box: 9]
13. Paul Patton running for Lieutenant Governor
[box: 9]
14. Centel Cable float
[box: 9]
15. AARP float
[box: 9]
16. Cloggers
[box: 9]
17. Dr. Robert Martin, Grand Marshal
[box: 9]
18. Nursing Homes of Richmond float
[box: 9]
19. Berea Community School Marching Band
[box: 9]
20. Float-- "We've Come This Far By Faith"
[box: 9]
21. Johnson family
[box: 9]
22. Horse and wagon
[box: 9]
23. Twirlers
[box: 9]
24. Wallacetown Homemakers float
[box: 9]
25. Speaker-- unknown
[box: 9]
26. Bicentennial cake
[box: 9]
27. Crowd of people eating
[box: 9]
28. Crowd of people eating
[box: 9]
29. People on Courthouse steps-- Dr. Robert Martin included
[box: 9]
30. Richmond Rotary Club car
[box: 9]
31. Madison Central High School Marching Band
[box: 9]
32. Nursing Homes of Richmond float
[box: 9]
33. Miss Madison County-- Jill Scribner
[box: 9]
34. Bicentennial Headquarters
[box: 9]
35. Dr. Martin and others
[box: 9]
36. Dr. Martin and others
[box: 9]
37. Bicentennial Headquarters
[box: 9]
38. Float-- "Parade On, Madison County"
[box: 9]
39. Crowd
[box: 9]
40. Philips Lighting float
[box: 9]
41. Crowd and Judges' stand
[box: 9]
42. Hardee's float
[box: 9]
43. Little Miss and Mr. Madison County Neff & Grant
[box: 9]
44. Fancar
[box: 9]
45. Ronald McDonald truck
[box: 9]
46. 1939 tractor
[box: 9]
47. Bicentennial cake
[box: 9]
48. Model Laboratory High School Band (in truck)
[box: 9]
49. State Bank and Trust float
[box: 9]
50. Postal worker and woman
[box: 9]
51. Horseback riders
[box: 9]
52. Speaker-- unknown
[box: 9]
53. Old black car
[box: 9]
54. Mr. and Mrs. Bicentennial-- Martha Adams and Eric Arden
[box: 9]
55. Old black car with trundleseat
[box: 9]
56. Clown pulling child in wagon
[box: 9]
57. Berea College Mountaineers coach Roland Wierwille
[box: 9]
58. Mother and children
[box: 9]
59. Philips Lighting float
[box: 9]
60. Rip Van Winkle float
[box: 9]
61. Float-- "We've Come This Far By Faith"
[box: 9]
62. Kentucky Department of Education float
[box: 9]
63. Bicentennial cake
[box: 9]
64. Float-- "School Days"
[box: 9]
65. Dr. Robert Martin and others on courthouse steps
[box: 9]
66. Speaker-- Bill Robbins
[box: 9]
67. Closeup of Bicentennial cake
[box: 9]
68. Kentucky Department of Education float
[box: 9]
69. Float-- "Never Too Old To Dream"
[box: 9]
70. Mr. and Mrs. Bicentennial-- Martha Adams and Eric Arden
[box: 9]
71. Several Horse-drawn buggies and wagons
[box: 9]
72. Crowd
[box: 9]
73. WKXO van
[box: 9]
74. Rip Van Winkle Float
[box: 9]
75. Placement of the time capsule
[box: 9]
76. Placement of the time capsule
[box: 9]
77. Vehicle
[box: 9]
78. Judges' stand
[box: 9]
79. Ambulance and Marine color guard
[box: 9]
80. Madison County Judge Executive Harold Botner
[box: 9]
81. Richmond Chamber of Commerce float
[box: 9]
82. Truck
[box: 9]
83. Currier's Music World truck
[box: 9]
84. Hank Everman, Bill Ellis, and Richard Sears
[box: 9]
85. Marine color guard
[box: 9]
86. Kentucky's State Homecoming Queen-- Jami Arden
[box: 9]
Personal, 1972-1977
1. Richmond Rotary Club, 1972
[box: 9]
2. James C. Klotter, 1977
[box: 9]
3. Dallas McKeenan, "Cincinnatus," with gun, behind rock wall
[box: 9]
4. Dallas McKeenan, "Cincinnatus," with gun, behind rock wall
[box: 9]
5. Dallas McKeenan, "Cincinnatus," firing from behind stump
[box: 9]
6. Dallas McKeenan, "Cincinnatus," poking at tree
[box: 9]
7. Mrs. Beulah Nunn
[box: 9]
8. Mrs. Beulah Nunn
[box: 9]
9. Mrs. Beulah Nunn
[box: 9]
10. Unveiling of Portrait of Green Clay-- Betsy Toy Hall
[box: 9]
11. Unveiling of Portrait of Cassius Clay-- Jack Hodgkin
[box: 9]
12. Unidentified Negatives
[box: 9]
White Hall, 1971-1972
1. White Hall, 1971
[box: 9]
2. Chandeliered Room
[box: 9]
3. Hallway
[box: 9]
4. Cassius M. Clay, Dagguereotype
[box: 9]
5. Chandeliered Room
[box: 9]
6. Hallway
[box: 9]
7. Hallway and stairs-- curios with Clay's glass liqueur set
[box: 9]
8. Parlor of Clermont
[box: 9]
9. Showcase room
[box: 9]
10. Four-poster bed
[box: 9]
11. Clermont parlor
[box: 9]
12. White Hall
[box: 9]
13. Portrait of Cassius M. Clay
[box: 9]
14. Hallway and stairs-- curios with Clay's glass liqueur set
[box: 9]
15. Rocking Chair
[box: 9]
16. Grand Piano and Candelabra
[box: 9]
17. Sofa and Booktable
[box: 9]
18. Footstool and table
[box: 9]
19. Table, lamp, and vases
[box: 9]
20. Chair and desk
[box: 9]
21. Bureau and mirror
[box: 9]
22. Dresser with mirror
[box: 9]
23. Four-poster bed
[box: 9]
24. Bureau
[box: 9]
25. Writing desk
[box: 9]
26. Small table and clock
[box: 9]
27. Dresser
[box: 9]
28. Grandfather clock and sculpture
[box: 9]
29. Mirror and sculpture
[box: 9]
30. Dish cabinet and clock
[box: 9]
31. Large mirror
[box: 9]
32. China cabinet and china
[box: 9]
33. Grand piano
[box: 9]
34. Bed
[box: 9]
35. Looking-glass and mantel
[box: 9]
36. Portrait-- unknown
[box: 9]
37. Silver tea set and bureau
[box: 9]
38. Chandelier
[box: 9]
39. Canopied bed
[box: 9]
40. Bed
[box: 9]
41. Mirror
[box: 9]
42. Sculpture on stacking tables
[box: 9]
43. Chair and bureau
[box: 9]
44. Mirror and table
[box: 9]
45. Piano stool
[box: 9]
46. Grand piano
[box: 9]
47. Tablecloth
[box: 9]
48. Bed
[box: 9]
49. China cabinet
[box: 9]
50. Wickerwork chairs
[box: 9]
51. Old foot-operated sewing machine
[box: 9]
52. Display case
[box: 9]
53. Small sofa
[box: 9]
54. Painting of three women
[box: 9]
55. Straight-backed chair
[box: 9]
56. Clock and dresser
[box: 9]
57. Vanity mirror
[box: 9]
58. Chair
[box: 9]
SUBJECT SERIES
Scope and Content Note:

The subject series is a repository for myriad subject matters of the Madison County Historical Society. There are eight boxes in the series, with twenty-nine subject headings. There is a sizeable correspondence section, most of which is between MCHS president James Shannon, Jr. and others. There is a large miscellaneous section as well, containing those subjects that do not have their own folder.

In this series there is a great deal of undated material, which is located in the rear of each folder. All dated materials are arranged chronologically, while undated materials are arranged alphabetically by key words.

Inventory
Bulletin (Kentucky Historical Society publication), 1970-1977
[box: 10]
Cemeteries, 1993
[box: 10]
Deeds, 1798-1898
[box: 10]
Filson Club, 1958-1986
[box: 10]
Financial Statements, 1968-1986
[box: 10]
Genealogical/History Requests folder one, 1907-1973
[box: 10]
Genealogical/History Requests folder two, 1974-1986
[box: 10]
General Correspondence folder one, 1965-1969
[box: 11]
General Correspondence folder two, 1970-1973
[box: 11]
General Correspondence folder three, 1974-1978
[box: 11]
General Correspondence folder four, 1983-1990
[box: 11]
General Correspondence folder five, undated
[box: 11]
Historic American Buildings Survey, 1982-1984
[box: 12]
Income Tax Statements, 1972-1977
[box: 12]
Insurance Policies, 1977-1988
[box: 12]
Kentucky Bicentennial Celebration, 1970-1977
[box: 12]
Kentucky Department of Parks/Ewart Johnson, 1972
[box: 12]
Kentucky Department of Parks/James Host, 1970
[box: 12]
Kentucky Pioneer, 1968-1978
[box: 12]
KY Historical Resources Inventory/Landmark Certificates, 1981-1985
[box: 13]
Madison County: Rediscovered Publications, 1982-1987
[box: 13]
Madison Co Historical Society Articles of Incorporation, 1891-1974
[box: 13]
Madison Co Historical Society Meetings (news releases, agendas, and minutes), 1957-1991
[box: 13]
Madison County Historical Society Membership Lists, 1977
[box: 13]
Miscellaneous folder one, 1729-1897
[box: 13]
Miscellaneous folder two, 1922-1961
[box: 13]
Miscellaneous folder three, 1971-1973
[box: 13]
Miscellaneous folder four, 1974-1976
[box: 14]
Miscellaneous folder five, 1977-1990
[box: 14]
Miscellaneous folder six, A-H, undated
[box: 14]
Miscellaneous folder seven, I-Q, undated
[box: 14]
Miscellaneous folder eight, R-Y, undated
[box: 14]
Mount Pleasant/Betsy Toy Hall folder one, 1804-1979
[box: 15]
Mount Pleasant/Betsy Toy Hall folder two, 1983-1990
[box: 15]
National Register of Historic Places/Landmark Certificates folder one, A-F, 1969
[box: 15]
National Register of Historic Places/Landmark Certificates folder two, G-W, 1969
[box: 15]
National Register of Historic Places/Landmark Certificates folder three, 1972-1977
[box: 15]
New Jersey Historical Commission, 1972-1973
[box: 16]
Restoration of Old City Hall/Miller House, 1973-1975
[box: 16]
Restoration of Old City Hall/Miller House, undated
[box: 16]
Richmond Rotary Club, 1922-1986
[box: 16]
White Hall/Cassius Clay/Green Clay folder one, 1825-1969
[box: 16]
White Hall/Cassius Clay/Green Clay folder two, 1970-1972
[box: 16]
White Hall/Cassius Clay/Green Clay folder three, 1973-1986
[box: 16]
White Hall/Cassius Clay/Green Clay folder four, undated
[box: 16]
White Hall Review folder one, A-G, 1972
[box: 17]
White Hall Review folder two, H-M, 1972
[box: 17]
White Hall Review folder three, N-Y, 1972
[box: 17]
Wilderness Road/Berea, 1972-1978
[box: 17]
Ida Lee Willis/Ida Lee Willis Memorial Award, 1987
[box: 17]

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