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Evelyn Patricia "Pat" Foote served as an officer in the United States Army for 30 years, rising to the rank of Brigadier General. Her career is marked by several "firsts" for female Army Officers, and she is considered an expert in issues affecting American women in military service.

The Foote Papers consist primarily of correspondence, newsletters, speech notes, clippings, photographs, certificates, and official Army orders, reports, and personnel records. These materials document Foote's career in the Army from 1959 to 1989; her numerous speaking engagements, participation in organizations, and attendance at conferences regarding women in the military through 1998; her participation in the creating of the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C.; and her involvement in various presidential campaigns.

Biographical and Historical Note

Evelyn Patricia "Pat" Foote (1930- ) began her career in the United States Army in 1959, as a Women's Army Corps (WAC) Officer. During the next thirty years, Foote was often a pioneer in gender equality in the Armed Services, commanding one of the first integrated training battalions, becoming the first woman to serve as a Public Relations Officer in Vietnam, and serving as the first and only female faculty member of the U.S. Army War School in 1979. Foote was also the first woman Inspector General for the Army, and the first female brigade commander in Europe; she also served as the first female commander of Ft. Belvoir, VA. When Foote was promoted to Brigadier General in 1986, she became one of only four female Generals in the U.S. Army. Upon her retirement in 1989, Foote continued to serve on many panels and was in great demand as a speaker, primarily addressing issues facing women in the United States Armed Forces. Foote, a 1953 Wake Forest graduate, served on the Board of Visitors for Wake Forest College and Graduate School from 1995 to 1998. Foote was also heavily involved in the planning of the World War II Memorial dedicated in 2004, as well as the presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Barack Obama, John McCain, and Hilary Clinton.

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Collection Overview

The Evelyn P. Foote Papers span from her elementary school years in 1937, to 1959, when she was commissioned in the United States Army, to 1998, almost a decade after her retirement, to 2009, when she helped campaign for Barack Obama. The collection also contains two copies of Foote's birth certificate from 1930, along with Army personnel records and clippings which provide insight into her life before the Army. The bulk of the Foote Papers, however, relates to her career in the military, and documents both Foote's personal experiences and the larger history of women in the Armed Forces. Foote's rise through the ranks of the U.S. Army, which started with an appointment to the Women's Army Corps (WAC) and ended at Ft. Belvoir, VA as a Brigidier General, is attested to through official military personnel files, which contain record of promotions, awards, evaluations, and transfer orders, in addition to clippings which are biographical in nature or announce significant events in her career. Several journals and calendars also contained in this collection function as appointment books and provide insights into the daily routine of a this female officer from 1977 to 1979 and 1988 to 1990. The high esteem in which BG Foote was held and the significance of the positions she held is attested to through commendations and awards found in her official personnel files, along with numerous invitations, notes of thanks and congratulations, and requests for assistance in personnel matters from lower ranking officers contained in the correspondence series. The Foote Papers also document official U.S. Army activities and policies through handbooks, reports, studies, clippings, and orders. Many of these specifically regard Foote's assignments and command, but female soldiers, gender integration during the transition of WAC members to the regular Army in the 1970s, and the problems of sexual harassment in the military that surfaced after the Tailhook scandal in 1991 are frequent topics, which Foote often quoted, used statistics from, or referred to in speeches.

The Foote Papers document the demand for BG Foote as a guest speaker and panel participant, as well as her interest in, membership to, and participation in an array of women's, veterans, and military organizations. Upon becoming a general in 1986, speaking at events and participating in advisory boards became a significant part of Foote's official duties, and it continued well after her retirement in 1989. Correspondence, speech notes, clippings, and photographs document her military obligations, including participation in official Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Women's History Month observances, appointments to Army committees and speeches given at college ROTC events. The Foote collection also contains videos recordings, correspondence, speech notes, newsletters, and photographs concerning her voluntary participation in women's, veterans, and retirees clubs; civic, scholarly, and political organizations; and the creating of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

The Foote Papers are organized into nineteen series: Correspondence, School Years, Speaking Engagements, Organizations, Personnel Files, Subject Files, Women in the Military, Calendars and Journals, Clippings, Awards and Certificates, Publications, Military, Women in Service, Wake Forest University, Photographs, World War II Memorial, Presidential Campaigns, Tapes, and Oversize Materials.

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Collection Inventory

  • Correspondence (1948-1998) / Box 01-06 (The Correspondence Series consists of both letters to and from Foote, with the years from 1989 to 1991 most well represented. This series contains all correspondence that Foote did not file with speaking engagements, organizations, or subject files; thus, the range of topics and correspondants is broad. Correspondants include her mother and father, fellow WAC veterans, Army personnel under her command, other Army officers writing letters of congratulations or personal notes, civilian acquaintances, those inviting Foote to present speeches, attend events, or join an organization, and those responding to Foote's public appearances. Correspondence files also contain any photographs, clippings, and newletters mailed with the letters. Official correspondence from the U.S. Army that is not a part of Foote's personnel file is also found in this series. Notable is a 1995 letter to the family of a Vietnam casuality she served with. The Correspondence Series is arranged chronologically.)
    • 1948 (1948) / Box 1 Folder 1 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Wake Forest College.)
    • 1951 (1951) / Box 1 Folder 2 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Wake Forest College. There is also a letter addressed to Pat from The Department of Justice, signed by John Edgar Hoover.)
    • January-June, 1952 (1952) / Box 1 Folder 3 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Wake Forest College.)
    • July-December, 1952 (1952) / Box 1 Folder 4 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Wake Forest College.)
    • 1953, 1959 (1953-1959) / Box 1 Folder 5 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Wake Forest College.)
    • January-July, 1960 (1960) / Box 1 Folder 6 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Fort McClellan, a United States Army post located in Alabama.)
    • August-December, 1960 (1960) / Box 1 Folder 7 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Fort McClellan, a United States Army post located in Alabama.)
    • January-June, 1961 (1961) / Box 2 Folder 1 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Fort McClellan, a United States Army post located in Alabama.)
    • July-December, 1961 (1961) / Box 2 Folder 2 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time at Fort McClellan and Portland, Oregon.)
    • January-May, 1962 (1962) / Box 2 Folder 3 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Portland, Oregon.)
    • June-August, 1962 (1962) / Box 2 Folder 4 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Portland, Oregon.)
    • September-December, 1962 (1962) / Box 2 Folder 5 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Oregon.)
    • January-May, 1963 (1963) / Box 2 Folder 6 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Oregon.)
    • June-December, 1963 (1963) / Box 2 Folder 7 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Oregon.)
    • 1964 (1964) / Box 3 Folder 1 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Oregon.)
    • 1966 (1966) / Box 3 Folder 2 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Indianapolis, Indiana.)
    • January-May, 1967 (1967) / Box 3 Folder 3 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in San Francisco, California.)
    • June-September, 1967 / Box 3 Folder 4 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in San Francisco, California.)
    • October-December, 1967 (1967) / Box 3 Folder 5 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in McClean, Virginia.)
    • 1970 (1970) / Box 3 Folder 6 (This folder contains correspondence from the Army and University of Maryland.)
    • March-September, 1971 (1971) / Box 3 Folder 7 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Leavenworth, Kansas; Mclean, Virginia; and San Francisco, California.)
    • October-December, 1971 (1971) / Box 4 Folder 1 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Leavenworth, Kansas; Mclean, Virginia; and Silver Spring, Maryland.)
    • January-February, 1972 (1972) / Box 4 Folder 2 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and Mr. & Mrs. Foote during Pat's time in Kansas, Virginia, and Washington D.C.)
    • March-September, 1972 (1972) / Box 4 Folder 3 (This folder contains correspondence between Pat, her father, and friends; mostly regarding her mother's passing.)
    • 1973 (1973) / Box 4 Folder 4 (This folder contains correspondence recieved by Pat from various governmental officials.)
    • 1974 (1974) / Box 4 Folder 5 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and various government officials.)
    • 1975 (1975) / Box 4 Folder 6 (This folder primarily contains correspondence between Pat and various army personnel.)
    • 1976 (1976) / Box 4 Folder 7 (This folder contains correspondence received by Pat from the Army Department, an attorney, and Shippensburg State College.)
    • 1977 (1977) / Box 4 Folder 8 (This folder primarily contains correspondence received by Pat from the Army Department and various Women's associations.)
    • 1978 (1978) / Box 4 Folder 9
    • 1979 (1979) / Box 5 Folder 1 (This folder primarily contains correspondence with the Army Department.)
    • 1981-1985 (1981-1985) / Box 5 Folder 2 (This folder primarily contains correspondence with the Army Department.)
    • 1986-1987 (1986-1987) / Box 5 Folder 3
    • 1988 (1988) / Box 5 Folder 4
    • January-July, 1989 (1989) / Box 5 Folder 5 (This folder primarily contains correspondence with the Army Department.)
    • August-December, 1989 (1989) / Box 5 Folder 6 (This folder primarily contains correspondence with the Army Department.)
    • January-June, 1990 (1990) / Box 5 Folder 7
    • July-December, 1990 (1990) / Box 5 Folder 8
    • January-March, 1991 (1991) / Box 5 Folder 9
    • April-December, 1991 (1991) / Box 5 Folder 10
    • 1992-1993 (1992-1993) / Box 5 Folder 11
    • 1994 (1994) / Box 5 Folder 12
    • 1995-1996 (1995-1996) / Box 5 Folder 13
    • 1997-1998 (1997-1998) / Box 5 Folder 14
    • Not Dated / Box 5 Folder 15
    • Cards (1949-1972) / Box 6
      • For Mr. & Mrs. Foote (Pat's Parents) (1949-1967) / Box 6 Folder 1
      • Get Well Cards for Evelyn (Pat's Mother) / Box 6 Folder 2
      • For Pat (1971-1972) / Box 6 Folder 3
      • Sympathy Cards for Henry (Pat's Father) / Box 6 Folder 4
  • School Years (1937-1997) / Box 7 (The School Years Series contains certificates, report cards, yearbooks, graduation pamphlets, newspaper articles written by Pat, correspondence, photographs, publications, and various other materials from Pat's educational years at Durham City Schools, Wake Forest College, George Washington University, University of Maryland, and University of Virginia.)
    • Durham City Schools (1937-1945) / Box 7 Folder 1
    • Central HS (1945-1997) / Box 7 Folder 2
    • Central HS Alumni Association (1996-1997) / Box 7 Folder 3
    • Wake Forest College (1948-1953) / Box 7 Folder 4
    • George Washington University (1947-1956) / Box 7 Folder 5
    • University of Maryland (1970) / Box 7 Folder 6
    • University of Virginia (1980) / Box 7 Folder 7
    • Publications (1947-1952) / Box 7 Folder 8
    • Photographs (1944-1952) / Box 7 Folder 9
  • Speaking Engagements (1987-1996) / Box 08-09 (The Speaking Engagements Series primarily contains correspondence such as requests for Foote to speak and note of thanks. Most folders contain a speech outline and/or notes, and occassionally may also include information collected for use in or preparation of the speech, programs and printed materials from the event, and clippings and photographs, if they pertain to a specific speaking engagement Foote accepted. These materials are organized by event and arranged chronologically. Folder titles list the organization sponsoring the event, followed by the event or occassion of the speech, when known. Unknown, general, or multiple events are denoted simply as "Addresses." Due to the complex hierarchical nature of the United States Army, "U. S. Army" is assumed in the case of subordinate Army organizations or institutions. Therefore, Army bases are filed simply as Forts, while some organizational titles may be inverted, so that "U.S. Army" follows the subordinant institution.)
    • Aberdeen Proving Ground - Women's History Month Observance (1990) / Box 8 Folder 1
    • American Gold Star Mother's Day - Address (1988) / Box 8 Folder 2
    • American Legion, Post #248 - Memorial Day (1996) / Box 8 Folder 3
    • American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) - Roundtable to Develop a Career Guide for Women in the Goverment (1991) / Box 8 Folder 4
    • Armed Forces Staff College - Address (1989) / Box 8 Folder 5
    • Armed Forces Staff College - Address (1990) / Box 8 Folder 6
    • Association of the U. S. Army (AUSA), Fairfax-Lee Chapter - Luncheon (1988) / Box 8 Folder 7
    • Boston University Center for Defense Journalism/Rockford Institute - Symposium (1991) / Box 8 Folder 8
    • Business Executives for National Security (BENS) - Address (1993) / Box 8 Folder 9
    • Bucknell University ROTC - Commissioning (1989) / Box 8 Folder 10
    • California Women Lawyers (CWL) - Annual Dinner (1990) / Box 8 Folder 11
    • Cameron Elementary School - Celebrity Reader (1990) / Box 8 Folder 12
    • Civitan Club of Arlington, VA - Spouse Night (1989) / Box 8 Folder 13
    • Close Up Foundation - Defense Seminar (1989) / Box 8 Folder 14
    • Columbia University - Seminars on Media and Society (1987) / Box 8 Folder 15
    • Command and General Staff College, U.S. Army - Address (1991) / Box 8 Folder 16
    • Dept. of Defense - Women's History Month Observance (1991) / Box 8 Folder 17
    • Drug Enforcement Administration - Women's History Month Observance (1990) / Box 8 Folder 18
    • Dwight D. Eisenhower Library - Conference on Women During the Eisenhower Era (1988) / Box 8 Folder 19
    • Eleanor U. Kennedy Shelter - Late Bloomers Greenhouse Project (1990-1991) / Box 8 Folder 20
    • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Public Service Recognition Week (1991) / Box 8 Folder 21
    • Fauquier County (VA) American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) - Veterans Day (1990) / Box 8 Folder 22
    • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) (1996) / Box 8 Folder 23
    • Federally Employed Women (FEW) - Southeastern Regional Training Program (1990) / Box 8 Folder 24
    • Federally Employed Women (FEW) - Address (1993) / Box 8 Folder 25
    • Federation of War Veterans Societies of Allegheny County, PA - Veterans Day Observance (1994) / Box 8 Folder 26
    • Fort Belvoir - Change of Command and Retirement Ceremony (1989) / Box 8 Folder 27
    • Fort Belvoir - Family Symposium (1990) / Box 9 Folder 1
    • Fort Lee - Women's History Month Observance (1990) / Box 9 Folder 2
    • Fort Monroe Officer and Civilian Wives' Club - Joint Services Luncheon (1990-1991) / Box 9 Folder 3
    • German American National Congress (DANK) - Invitational Conference (1987) / Box 9 Folder 4
    • Harvard Law School Symposium - Women in the Military (1991) / Box 9 Folder 5
    • Harvard University Institute of Policies - ARCO Forum (1990) / Box 9 Folder 6
    • Headquarters, U.S. Army Materiel Command - Women's History Month Observance (1991) / Box 9 Folder 7
    • Huntington District Corps of Engineers - Federal Women's Program (FWP) Seminar (1991) / Box 9 Folder 8
    • International Women's Club of New England - Luncheon (1994) / Box 9 Folder 9
    • James Madison University ROTC - Military Ball (1989-1990) / Box 9 Folder 10
    • Lawyers, Engineers, Architects, Accountants, Doctors, & Dentists (LEAADD) - Annual Meeting (1991) / Box 9 Folder 11
    • Linn County (OR) Veterans Council - Veterans Day (1989-1991) / Box 9 Folder 12
    • Linn County (OR) Veterans Council - Veterans Day (2) (1989-1991) / Box 9 Folder 13
    • Markham Elementary School - Guest Reader (1989) / Box 9 Folder 14
    • Marland Estate Renaissance Ball - Pioneer Woman Award (1991) / Box 9 Folder 15
    • Marshall University - Yeager Symposium (1989-1990) / Box 9 Folder 16
    • Medical Research and Development Command, U.S. Army - Nursing Research Forum (1991) / Box 9 Folder 17
    • Military Police Officer Basic Course - Graduation (1987) / Box 9 Folder 18
    • National Sojourners, Old Dominion Chapter - Address (1990-1991) / Box 9 Folder 19
    • National Women's Conference - Address (1992) / Box 9 Folder 20
    • National Women's Party - Convention (1991) / Box 9 Folder 21
    • N.C. Council of Women's Organizations - Fall Forum (1987) / Box 9 Folder 22
    • Notre Dame University ROTC - Forum (1991) / Box 9 Folder 23
    • Reserve Officers Association - Armed Forces Day (1988-1989) / Box 9 Folder 24
    • Retired Officers Association - Armed Services Day (1989) / Box 9 Folder 25
    • WAC Veterans Association, Washington D.C. Chapter - Veterans Day Luncheon (1996) / Box 9 Folder 26
    • Wake Forest Univ. Army ROTC - Dining Out (1994) / Box 9 Folder 27
    • WAVES National, Chesapeake Unit - All-Service Women's Salute Luncheon (1990-1991) / Box 9 Folder 28
    • Women in Defense, Capitol Chapter - Flag Day Reception (1990) / Box 9 Folder 29
    • Women in International Security - Symposium for Graduate Women (1990) / Box 9 Folder 30
    • List of Speaking Engagements (1986-1989) / Box 9 Folder 31
  • Organizations (1987-1998) / Box 10-12 (The Organizations Series primarily contains mailings from organizations of which Foote was a member or in which she participated or had an interest, with the bulk dating to her retirement years, 1989-1998. Folders may contain newsletters, personal correspondence regarding organization acitivities, reports from boards on which she served, or programs and memorabilia from organizational events she attended. Note that there is occassional overlap with the Speaking Engagements Series - records concerning specific events at which Foote was to be a keynote speaker are filed there. This series is arranged alphabetically by organization.)
    • The Atlantic Council , 1991 (1991) / Box 10 Folder 1
    • The Atlantic Council, 1992-1993 (1992-1993) / Box 10 Folder 2
    •  (1993) / Box 10 Folder 3
    •  (1995-1997) / Box 10 Folder 4
    • Business Executives for National Security-Education Fund (BENS-ED) (1991) / Box 10 Folder 5
    • Business Executives for National Security - Defense Management Steering Group (1992) / Box 10 Folder 6
    • Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 1989-1990 (1989-1990) / Box 10 Folder 7
    • Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 1991 (1991) / Box 10 Folder 8
    • Defense Advisory Committee On Women In The Services (DACOWITZ), 1990-1991 (1990-1991) / Box 10 Folder 9
    • Defense Advisory Committee On Women In The Services (DACOWITZ), 1992-1993 (1992-1993) / Box 10 Folder 10
    • Defense Women's Health Research Program (1995-1997) / Box 10 Folder 11
    • Executive Women in Government (EWG) (1989-1991) / Box 10 Folder 12
    • Federally Employed Women (FEW), 1988-1990 (1988-1990) / Box 11 Folder 1
    • Federally Employed Women (FEW), 1991 (1991) / Box 11 Folder 2
    • Federally Employed Women (FEW), 1992 (1992) / Box 11 Folder 3
    • Fort Belvoir Retiree Council, 1990-1991 (1990-1991) / Box 11 Folder 4
    • Fort Belvoir Retiree Council, 1993 (1993) / Box 11 Folder 5
    • International Platform Association (1989) / Box 11 Folder 6
    • Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society (IUS) (1990-1991) / Box 11 Folder 7
    •  (1996-1997) / Box 11 Folder 8
    • Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 1989-1990 (1989-1990) / Box 11 Folder 9
    • Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 1991 (1991) / Box 11 Folder 10
    • National Association of Women Veterans (National Women Veterans Association) (1989-1990) / Box 11 Folder 11
    • National Woman's Party, 1991-1993 (1991-1993) / Box 12 Folder 1
    • National Woman's Party, 1996-1997 (1996-1997) / Box 12 Folder 2
    • The Retired Officers Association (TROA) (1990) / Box 12 Folder 3
    • Senior Review Panel on Sexual Harrassment (1997-1998) / Box 12 Folder 4
    • Vietnam Magazine Editorial Board (1987) / Box 12 Folder 5
    • Virginia Association of Female Executives (VAFE) (1989-1991) / Box 12 Folder 6
    • Virginia Board of Veterans Affairs, 1989 (1989) / Box 12 Folder 7
    • Virginia Board of Veterans Affairs, 1990 (1990) / Box 12 Folder 8
    • Virginia Board of Veterans Affairs, 1991 (1991) / Box 12 Folder 9
    • Virginia Military Advisory Council (1989-1991) / Box 12 Folder 10
    • War College, U.S. Army (1996) / Box 12 Folder 11
    • Women's Army Corps (WAC) Veterans Association (1990-1992, 1994, n.d.) / Box 12 Folder 12
  • Personnel Files (1959-1989) / Box 13 (The Personnel Files Series contain both Foote's Official Military Personnel File (OMPF)(often referred to as her "201 File") and the copies of official documents and personal commendations she kept for her own records. Along with Foote's civilian and military education, fitness, and OERs, these records document Foote's promotions, assignments, orders, and awards. The Personnel Files are arranged alphabetically by subject, followed by miscellaneous and general records filed chronologcially.)
    • 1959 (1959) / Box 13 Folder 1
    • 1960-1969 (1960-1969) / Box 13 Folder 2
    • 1970-1975 (1970-1975) / Box 13 Folder 3
    • 1976-1979 (1976-1979) / Box 13 Folder 4
    • 1980-1984 (1980-1984) / Box 13 Folder 5
    • 1985-1989 (1985-1989) / Box 13 Folder 6
    • Military Education and Training (1975-1980, n.d.) / Box 13 Folder 7
    • Medical and Fitness Records (1959-1960, 1973, 1975, 1982, 1986, 1988) / Box 13 Folder 8
    • Academic Evaluations and Reports (Civilian) (1969-1977) / Box 13 Folder 9
    • Officer Efficiency Reports (OERs) (1960-1971) / Box 13 Folder 10
    • Officer Evaluation Reports (OERs) (1972-1979) / Box 13 Folder 11
    • Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) / Box 13 Folder 12
    • Records removed from OMPF in 1977 (1961-1977) / Box 13 Folder 13
    • Resumes and Miscellaneous Biographical Information / Box 13 Folder 14
  • Subject Files (1930, 1961-1996) / Box 13-14 (The Subject Files Series contains those files kept discrete by Foote that do not fall under the categories of Organizations or Speaking Engagements. This series also contains some files artificially created by the processor due to the large volume of materials on a particular subject or in order to categorize otherwise miscellaneous materials. The Subject Files are arranged alphabetically.)
    • Assignment to Fort Belvoir (1988) / Box 13 Folder 15
      • Clippings / Box 13 Folder 16
    • Center for Creative Leadership - Leadership Development Program (1985-1986) / Box 13 Folder 17
    • The Executive Program (TEP), University of Virginia (1980) / Box 13 Folder 18
    • Fairfax Fireback (1989) / Box 13 Folder 19
    • Insurance and Financial Records (1969-1989) / Box 13 Folder 20
    • Internship, Georgia Dept. of Human Resources (1977) / Box 13 Folder 21
    • Physical Fitness Assessment (1980) / Box 13 Folder 22
    • Programs and Memoriabilia (1930, 1974-1989, n.d.) / Box 14 Folder 1
    • Retirement (1989) / Box 14 Folder 2
      • Clippings / Box 14 Folder 3
    • Travel Orders and Vouchers (1961-1982) / Box 14 Folder 4
    • Visit of Lord Fairfax (1989) / Box 14 Folder 5
    • Team Building Workshop (1979) / Box 14 Folder 6
    • Who's Who  (1983-1989) / Box 14 Folder 7
    • Women's Army Corps (WAC) 37th Anniversary (1979) / Box 14 Folder 8
    • Women's Army Corps (WAC) 50th Anniversary (1992) / Box 14 Folder 9
    • Writings and Reports, Misc. (1974, 1996, n.d.) / Box 14 Folder 10
    • Misc. Army Materials (1967-1989) / Box 14 Folder 11
  • Women in the Military (1985-2013) / Box 15 (The Women in the Military Series contains those files that relate to Foote's involvement with The Army Women's Foundation, Women Who Make America (MAKERS), and various organizations that celebrate women's roles in military and throughout history. These materials are arranged by subject.)
    • Army History Program - Senior Officer (1993) / Box 15 Folder 1
    • Army History Program - Senior Officer (1993) / Box 15 Folder 2
    • Women of Distinction Award (2007-2009) / Box 15 Folder 3
    • Women & the Military (1996-2011) / Box 15 Folder 4
    • The Symposium: Army Women's Foundation (2009) / Box 15 Folder 5
    • Change of Command (1985) / Box 15 Folder 6
    • Women Who Make America (MAKERS) (2011-2013) / Box 15 Folder 7
    • Women's History Month (2002) / Box 15 Folder 8
    • Correspondence for Women in the Military (1988-2001) / Box 15 Folder 9
    • Women's Army Corps (1992-2001) / Box 15 Folder 10
  • Calendars, Journals, and Invitations (1977-1995) / Box 16, 29 (The Calendars and Journals Series contains materials that record Foote's daily activities. The years 1978 and 1979 are especially well represented, as both an appointment book and Foote's brief reflections on those activities exists in journal form. This series is arranged chronologically.)
    • Calendar, Nov. 1977- Dec. 1978 (1977-1978) / Box 16 Folder 1
    • Calendar, 1983 (1983) / Box 16 Folder 2
    • Calendar, 1988 (1988) / Box 16 Folder 3
    • Calendar, 1989 (1989) / Box 16 Folder 4
    • Calendar, 1990 (1990) / Box 16 Folder 5
    • Journal, Oct. 1977-July 1979 (1977-1979) / Box 16 Folder 6
    • Journals - Vacations, 1994-1995 (1994-1995) / Box 16 Folder 7
    • Day Planner, May 1978-July 1979 (1978-1979) / Box 16 Folder 8
    • Military Staff Journal (0196-1996) / Box 16 Folder 9
    • Military Staff Journal, Dec. 1996- Jan. 1997 (1996-1997) / Box 29 Folder 4
    • Military Staff Journal, Jan. - March 1997 (1997) / Box 29 Folder 5
    • Military Staff Journal, April - June 1997 (1997) / Box 29 Folder 6
    • Invitations - 1 & 2 (1988-1989) / Box 29 Folder 7
    • Invitations- 3 & 4 (1989) / Box 29 Folder 8
  • Clippings (1960-1997) / Box 16 (The Clippings Series contains copies of newspaper and magazine articles Foote collected. Primary topics of the clippings are the WAC, Foote's career, and women in the military. This series is arranged chronologically.)
    • 1960-1971 (1960-1971) / Box 16 Folder 9
    • 1975-1978 (1975-1978) / Box 16 Folder 10
    • 1979-1982 (1979-1982) / Box 16 Folder 11
    • 1985-1987 (1985-1987) / Box 16 Folder 12
    • 1988 (1988) / Box 16 Folder 13
    • 1989 (1989) / Box 16 Folder 14
    • 1992-2010 (1992-2010) / Box 16 Folder 15
    • Not Dated / Box 16 Folder 16
  • Awards and Certificates (1930-1990) / Box 16-17 (The Awards and Certificates Series consists of certificates and awards primarily presented to Foote by the United States Army and other Armed Forces institutions. These are arranged chronologically.)
    • 1930, 1965-1966, 1971, 1978 (1930-1978) / Box 16 Folder 17
    • Meritorious Service Medal, 1979 (1979) / Box 16 Folder 18
    • Legion of Merit, 1982 (1982) / Box 16 Folder 19
    • Marquis Who's Who, 1983 (1983) / Box 16 Folder 20
    • Legion of Merit, 1985 (1985) / Box 17 Folder 1
    • 1986 (1986) / Box 17 Folder 2
    • Certificate of Retirement, 1989 (1989) / Box 17 Folder 3
    • Distinguished Service Medal, 1989 (1989) / Box 17 Folder 4
    • Marquis Who's Who, 1990 (1990) / Box 17 Folder 5
    • German Award (1985) / Box 17 Folder 6
  • Publications (1966-1992) / Box 17 (The Publications Series contains handbooks, reports, periodicals, and directories. These materials are organized by subject and arranged alphabetically.)
    • Army Regulations (1986-1987) / Box 17 Folder 6
    • Directories, 1971-1972, 1976 (1971-1976) / Box 17 Folder 7
    • Directories, 1988-1989 (1988-1989) / Box 17 Folder 8
    • General Officer Policies (1987-1989) / Box 17 Folder 9
    • U.S. Army War College (1977-1982) / Box 17 Folder 10
    • Vietnam (1966-1967) / Box 17 Folder 11
    •  (1970-1975) / Box 17 Folder 12
    • Women in the Military (1981) / Box 17 Folder 13
  • Military (1959-2001) / Box 18-21 (The Military Series contains materials that relate to Foot's time in the military. Within the series, there are papers regarding panels, conferences, hearings, Supreme Court Decisions; as well as correspondence, memos, and salrary. These materials are arranged by subject.)
    • U.S. Army-Military Police Corps Regimental Hall of Fame Ceremony (1998) / Box 18 Folder 1
    • Report Files (1995-1997) / Box 18 Folder 2
    • The Citadel (1997) / Box 18 Folder 3
    • VMI - Supreme Court Decision (1995-1997) / Box 18 Folder 4
    • Tailhook/Coughlin/WIC (1992-1994) / Box 18 Folder 5
    • Citations (1964-1966) / Box 18 Folder 6
    • WAC (1959-1967) / Box 18 Folder 7
    • Secretary of the Army Sr. Panel (1996-1997) / Box 18 Folder 8
    • Hearings (1997) / Box 18 Folder 9
    • Women's History Month- Jefferson CC (1996-1997) / Box 18 Folder 10
    • Panel Press (1996-1997) / Box 19 Folder 1
    • Department of Veteran Affairs (1992-1993) / Box 19 Folder 2
    • SA Panel Review (1996-1997) / Box 19 Folder 3
    • Annual Winter Ball (1997) / Box 19 Folder 4
    • Memos (1996) / Box 19 Folder 5
    • Presidential Commission (1991) / Box 19 Folder 6
    • Desert Storm Issues (1991) / Box 19 Folder 7
    • Letters (1991-1998) / Box 19 Folder 8
    • Senior Officer Correspondence (1989-1992) / Box 19 Folder 9
    • SA Panel Correspondence - 1 (1996-1997) / Box 19 Folder 10
    • SA Panel Correspondence - 2 (1997) / Box 19 Folder 11
    • Trip to Germany (1985) / Box 20 Folder 1
    • Central Issue Facility (1997) / Box 20 Folder 2
    • Letter to TOM (1996) / Box 20 Folder 3
    • Orders - Travel (1996-1997) / Box 20 Folder 4
    • Leave & Earnings Statement (1997) / Box 20 Folder 5
    • Defense Orientation Conference (1997) / Box 20 Folder 6
    • JAG Conference (1997) / Box 20 Folder 7
    • Combined Arms Center (1997) / Box 20 Folder 8
    • IUS Seminar (1997) / Box 20 Folder 9
    • JINSA (1997) / Box 20 Folder 10
    • US Army War College (1998) / Box 20 Folder 11
    • Senior Army Reserve Commanders (1998) / Box 20 Folder 12
    • MEDCOM (1998) / Box 20 Folder 13
    • ICAF (1998) / Box 20 Folder 14
    • AMC/TACOM Conference (1998) / Box 20 Folder 15
    • Senior Review Panel Report on Sexual Harassment (1997) / Box 20 Folder 16
    • US Army Forces Command Admin. Information (1997) / Box 20 Folder 17
    • HR Magazine "Combatting Harassment in the Army" (2001) / Box 20 Folder 18
    • Army Military History Institute - Senior Officer Oral History Program (1993-1994) / Box 20 Folder 19
    • Army Military History Institute - Senior Officer Oral History Program (1993-1994) / Box 20 Folder 20
    • Senior Review Panel Report on Sexual Harassment (1997) / Box 21 Folder 1
    • Sex Differences, Stress & Military Readiness (1996) / Box 21 Folder 2
    • Army Dept. Human Relations Action Plan (1996) / Box 21 Folder 3
    • Historical Landmarks (1972-1988) / Box 21 Folder 4
    • Public Affairs: Articles, Magazines, Publicity (1989-1997) / Box 21 Folder 5
    • The Fairfax Family (1975-1989) / Box 21 Folder 6
    • Fort Belvoir (1985-1989) / Box 21 Folder 7
    • Sexual Harassment Review Panel (1997) / Box 21 Folder 8
    • Misc. / Box 21 Folder 9
  • Women in Service (1989-1998) / Box 22 (The Women in Service Series contains materials that relate to the Women's Research & Education Institute, Women in Military Service for America, Women's Military Aviators, Women in Fire Service, California Women's Law Center, WOPA, ZONTA, and the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. These materials are arranged by subject.)
    • Women in Military Service for America (1991-1993) / Box 22 Folder 1
    • Women's Research & Education Institution (WREI) (1989-1992) / Box 22 Folder 2
    • Women's Military Aviators (1989-1993) / Box 22 Folder 3
    • WOPA News (1991) / Box 22 Folder 4
    • ZONTA International (1990-1991) / Box 22 Folder 5
    • Women in Fire Service (1998) / Box 22 Folder 6
    • Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (1997) / Box 22 Folder 7
    • California Women's Law Center (1997-1998) / Box 22 Folder 8
    • Women's History Month (1997-1998) / Box 22 Folder 9
  • Wake Forest University (1987-2000) / Box 22-23 (The Wake Forest University Series contains materials that relate to Foote's involvement with Wake Forest University. These materials are arranged by subject.)
    • Award of Honorary Degree (1987-1989) / Box 22 Folder 10
    • Wake Forest Magazine (1988-1998) / Box 22 Folder 11
    • Activities and Correspondence (1994-2000) / Box 22 Folder 12
    • Women's Studies (1996) / Box 23 Folder 1
    • Board of Visitors (1990-1996) / Box 23 Folder 2
    • President's Club Meeting (1987-1992) / Box 23 Folder 3
    • ROTC Banquet Speech (1987) / Box 23 Folder 4
  • Photographs (1960-1996) / Box 23 (The Photographs Series contains all the photographs that Foote did not file with the letter they were enclosed in or other materials from the event they recorded. The vast majority of photographs in this series portray Foote; these primarily include official group photographs of Foote's WAC battalions, her graduating classes at various Armed Forces training schools, or fellow conference participants. This series also contains her official personnel file portraits and professional photos of Foote taken at events by the press or for the Army Public Affairs Office, as well as snapshots given to her by acquaintances. The Photographs Series is arranged chronologically.)
    • Portraits (Foote) / Box 23 Folder 5
    • Foote's Commissioning, 1959 (1959) / Box 23 Folder 6
    • WOBC, 1960 (1960) / Box 23 Folder 7
    • 1960-1961 (1960-1961) / Box 23 Folder 8
    • A.G. Officer Career Course Graduates, 1966 (1966) / Box 23 Folder 9
    • 1967 (1967) / Box 23 Folder 10
    • WAC Staff Advisors Conference, 1973 (1973) / Box 23 Folder 11
    • 1974 (1974) / Box 23 Folder 12
    • 1976 (1976) / Box 23 Folder 13
    • 1977 (1977) / Box 23 Folder 14
    • 1978-1982 (1978-1982) / Box 23 Folder 15
    • Fort Lee, West Point, 1987 (1987) / Box 23 Folder 16
    • Military Police Conference, 1988 (1988) / Box 23 Folder 17
    • 1989 (1989) / Box 23 Folder 18
    • 1996 (1996) / Box 23 Folder 19
    • Misc. Military Career / Box 23 Folder 20
    • Photographs of Others, n.d. / Box 23 Folder 21
    • Awards & Promotion Photos - 1 (1988-1989) / Box 23 Folder 22
    • Awards & Promotion Photos - 2 / Box 23 Folder 23
    • Awards & Promotion Photos - 3 / Box 23 Folder 24
  • World War II Memorial (1986-2007) / Box 24-27 (The World War II Memorial Series contains all the materials that relate to the creation and presentation of the WWII Memorial in Washinton, D.C. This series contains notes, correspondence, reports, etc. that detail site selection, design, and dedication. The series also contains photographs, pins, and lanyards. The World War II Memorial Series is arranged by subject.)
    • Davis Buckley Site Selection Report 1 & 2 (1986-1995) / Box 24 Folder 1
    • Site Selection: Correspondence and Memos (1997-2005) / Box 24 Folder 2
    • Site Selection: Chronology (1997-2005) / Box 24 Folder 3
    • Misc. Site Selection (1995-2003) / Box 24 Folder 5
    • Site Selection: Meetings, Reports & Outlines (1995-1998) / Box 24 Folder 4
    • Design Notes (1996) / Box 24 Folder 6
    • Design Competition (1996) / Box 24 Folder 7
    • Draft Introduction (2004) / Box 25 Folder 1
    • Draft Chapter for Proposed Book (1989) / Box 25 Folder 2
    • Chapter 1 Draft (2005) / Box 25 Folder 3
    • Chapter 2: Site Selection (1995-2005) / Box 25 Folder 4
    •  (2004-2005) / Box 25 Folder 5
    • F. Haydn Williams (1994-2005) / Box 25 Folder 6
    • Rolly Kidder (2004-2005) / Box 25 Folder 7
    • Daniel Hudson Burnham Bio / Box 25 Folder 8
    • Helen Fagin Papers (1996) / Box 25 Folder 9
    • Materials from 1998 (1998) / Box 25 Folder 10
    • Dedication Ceremony (2000-2004) / Box 25 Folder 11
    • Commissioner's Reports (1996-2002) / Box 25 Folder 12
    • 125th Commissioner's Meeting (1996-1998) / Box 26 Folder 1
    • OWG Biographies (1994-2005) / Box 26 Folder 2
    • OWG Correspondence (2003-2004) / Box 26 Folder 3
    • Commission of Fine Arts (1995-2002) / Box 26 Folder 4
    • CFA: WWII Memorial Chronology (1994-2001) / Box 26 Folder 5
    • Legislative History: WWII Memorial (2002) / Box 26 Folder 6
    • NPS: Administrative Record Index for WWII Memorial (1986-2000) / Box 26 Folder 7
    • Veterans of Foreign Affairs (2006-2007) / Box 26 Folder 8
    • American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) (1994-2002) / Box 26 Folder 9
    • WWII Memorial "Jewel of the Mall" (2005) / Box 27 Folder 1
    • WWII Memorial Book Notes (2005) / Box 27 Folder 2
    • WWII Memorial Dedication Book (2004) / Box 27 Folder 3
    • Photographs (2004) / Box 27 Folder 4
    • AMBC Photographs (2001-2004) / Box 27 Folder 5
    • WWII Memorial Dedication Ceremony (2004-2005) / Box 27 Folder 6
    • Misc. (2003-2005) / Box 27 Folder 7
    • Pins and Lanyards (2000-2004) / Box 30
  • Presidential Campaigns (1992-2009) / Box 27-29, 30 (The presidential Campaigns Series contains correspondence, pamphlets, photographs, invitations, coasters, pins, and stickers that relate to the presidential compaigns Foote was involved with. The series is arranged chronologically.)
    • Bill Clinton (1992-2000) / Box 27-28
      • Press Clippings (1992-1996) / Box 27 Folder 8
      • Pamphlets and Photographs (1993-1998) / Box 27 Folder 9
      • White House Correspondence (1992-2000) / Box 28 Folder 1
      • White House Invitations (1993-1997) / Box 28 Folder 2
      • Renaissance Weekend (1992-1993) / Box 28 Folder 3
      • Misc. (1993-2000) / Box 28 Folder 4
    • Kerry/Edwards (2004) / Box 28
      • Florida Bus Tour (2004) / Box 28 Folder 5
      • "Women on the Move" (2004) / Box 28 Folder 6
      • Photographs (2004) / Box 28 Folder 7
      • Michigan and Midwest Bus Tour (2004) / Box 28 Folder 8
      • Campaign Activities (2004) / Box 28 Folder 9
    • Obama (2008-2009) / Box 29 Folder 1
    • McCain (2005-2008) / Box 29 Folder 2
    • Hilary Clinton (2008) / Box 29 Folder 3
    • Campaign Materials (1992-2004) / Box 31
      • Clinton Coasters and Pins (1992-2006) / Box 31
      • Kerry-Edwards Stickers and Business Cards (2004) / Box 31
      • Kerry-Edwards Pins (2004) / Box 31
  • Tapes (1951-2006) / Box 31-33 (TheTapes Series contains VHS tapes, videocassettes, CDs, and cassettes that relate to Foote's military career and involvement with the WWII Memorial. The materials in this series are arranged chronologically.)
    • VHS (1951-2005) / Box 32-33
      • Truman Groundbreaking Ceremony (1951) / Box 32
      • DEOMI Women's Symposium (1988) / Box 32
      • The Phil Donahue Show & Good Morning America w/ Gen. Foote (1989) / Box 32
      • B.G. Foote's Retirement Parade (1989) / Box 32
      • Nightwatch (1991) / Box 32
      • Sunday Morning "They Also Serve" (1992) / Box 32
      • CBS News Sunday Morning WAC Reunion (1992) / Box 32
      • CNBC "Women in Combat" - 1 (1993) / Box 32
      • CNBC "Women in Combat" - 2 (1993) / Box 32
      • WWII Memorial Interview (1995) / Box 32
      • WWII Memorial Site Dedication (1995) / Box 32
      • Distinguished Fellows Ceremony: Col W.C. Harris (1996) / Box 32
      • Distinguished Fellows Ceremony: BG Evelyn Foote, LTG Walter Ulmer Jr., COL Dandridge Malone (1996) / Box 32
      • Talk Bac Live #570: Brig. Gen. Evelyn "Pat" Foote (1996) / Box 32
      • CNN "Livetalk" (1996) / Box 33
      • Press Conference on Sexual Misconduct (1996) / Box 33
      • CBS "Jim Stewart on Women's Memorial" (1997) / Box 33
      • C-Span "GITB-NSC" (1998) / Box 33
      • Women's Army Corps Reunion in Alabama (1998) / Box 33
      • ABC "Nightline" (1998) / Box 33
      • Military Police Corps Hall of Fame Ceremony (1998) / Box 33
      • National WWII Memorial Final Architectural Design Presentation (2000) / Box 33
      • Friedrich St. Floran Oral History Interview (2003) / Box 33
      • Ambassador Hayden Williams Oral History Interview (2003) / Box 33
      • Evelyn Patricia Foote Oral History Interview (2003) / Box 33
      • PBS "Newshour" (2005) / Box 33
      • Straight Talk "Should Women Go To War" / Box 33
      • ABC/Lifetime "Seize the Power" / Box 33
      • Army Center of Military History Brigadier General E.P. Foote Oral History Interview / Box 34
      • General Evelyn P. Foote, Beforderungsfeier am 30. April 1986 in Darmstadt (April 30, 1986) / Box 35
      • McNiel/Leher, CNN, Black Entertainment, CBS News, NBC, Maj Cornum, POW Awards Ceremony (1991) / Box 35
      • Talk to America (March 31, 2003) / Box 35
      • Women in the Army: Past and Present, U.S. Army Visual Information Center (June 11, 1997) / Box 35
      • Deomi Womens Symposium, Class 88-1 / Box 35
      • One Stop Employment Center, dubbed August 1988; Channel 8 Lord and Lady Fairfax Story, dubbed March 1989 (August 1988) / Box 35
      • A Compilation of B.G. Foote's Activities at Ft. Belvoir (Sept. 1989) / Box 35
      • Phil Donahue Show, "Women in the Army" (Feburary 5, 1982) / Box 35
    • Videcassette (1982) / Box 34
      • Phil Donahue Show "Women in the Military" (1982) / Box 34
      • Good Morning America "Women in Combat" (1982) / Box 34
    • CD (2002) / Box 34
      • WWII Memorial E.P. Foote Taped Interview -Disc 1 (2002) / Box 34
      • WWII Memorial E.P. Foote Taped Interview -Disc 2 (2002) / Box 34
      • WWII Memorial / Box 34
    • Cassette (2006) / Box 34
      • Women's Veterans Historical Collection -Tape 1 (2006) / Box 34
      • Women's Veterans Historical Collection -Tape 2 (2006) / Box 34
  • Oversize Materials (1959-1986) / Box 34 (The Oversize Materials Series contains correspondence, photographs, awards, certificates, posters, and publications that relate to Foote's military career. The materials in this series are arranged chronologically by subject.)
    • Correspondence, n.d. / Box 34
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    • Photographs (1960-1999) / Box 34
      • WAC Officer Training Detachment (1960) / Box 34
      • 4th Platoon Company "D" WAC Taining Battalion (1960) / Box 34
      • BG Elizabeth P. Hoisington (1970-1971) / Box 34
      • US Army War College Graduates / Box 34
      • Deputy Commander in Chief Commanders Conference (Germany) (1985) / Box 34
      • Vietam Women Veteran's First Homecoming Conference (1999) / Box 34
    • Awards and Certificates (1953-2002) / Box 34
      • Wake Forest College - Bachelor of Arts (1953) / Box 34
      • Commission (1959) / Box 34
      • Adjutant General's School (1961) / Box 34
      • Reserve Commission (1963) / Box 34
      • Army Commendation Medal (1964) / Box 34
      • Army Engineer Center (1966) / Box 34
      • Bronze Star (1967) / Box 34
      • Command & General Staff School (1972) / Box 34
      • Army Armor School (1973) / Box 34
      • Army General Staff (1973) / Box 34
      • Army Armor School (1977) / Box 34
      • Defense Information School (1982) / Box 34
      • Dept. of Agriculture, 709th MP Battalion (1985) / Box 34
      • Inspector General (1986) / Box 34
      • Commonwealth of Virginia (1989) / Box 34
      • Congressional Record (2002) / Box 34
      • US Army War College / Box 34
    • Posters and Publications (1988-2004) / Box 34
      • Change of Command Ceremony Newspaper Clipping (1988) / Box 34
      • "A Soldier's Creed" (1990-1991) / Box 34
      • WWII Memorial Dedication (2004) / Box 34
  • Howard Haney, Jr. Materials
    • Howard Haney Correspondence, September 1968 (September 1968) / Box 36 Folder 1
    • Howard Haney Correspondence, October 1968 (October 1968) / Box 36 Folder 2
    • Howard Haney Correspondence, November 1968 (November 1968) / Box 36 Folder 3
    • Howard Haney Correspondence, December 1968 (December 1968) / Box 36 Folder 4
    • Howard Haney Correspondence, 1968 (1968) / Box 36 Folder 5
    • Howard Haney Addressed Envelopes, 1968 (1968) / Box 36 Folder 6
  • Pfaff Materials
    • Hollis Pfaff Correspondence, 1917, 1919-1920 (1917, 1919-1920) / Box 37 Folder 1
    • Hollis Pfaff Correspondence, 1921 (1921) / Box 37 Folder 2
    • Hollis Pfaff Correspondence, 1922, n.d. (1922, n.d.) / Box 37 Folder 3
    • Hollis Pfaff Miscellany, 1896, 1908, 1925, 1941, n.d. (1896, 1908, 1925, 1941, n.d.) / Box 37 Folder 4
    • Orville Pfaff Receipts, 1907, 1911, 1919, 1921 (1907, 1911, 1919, 1921) / Box 37 Folder 5
    • Orville Pfaff Receipts, 1922-1925, n.d. (1922-1925, n.d.) / Box 37 Folder 6

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Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Foote, Evelyn Patricia, 1930-
Title
Evelyn P. Foote Papers
ID
MS517
Date [inclusive]
1930-2013
Extent
17.5 linear feet 31 Standard Letter Boxes, 2 Oversize Letter Boxes, 1 Oversize Materials Box, 1 Clamshell Box

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Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 2013
Access Restrictions
Collection is open. 
Copyright Notice
Copyright for materials resides with the creators of the items in question or their descendants, unless otherwise designated. Users of this collection are responsible for using the materials in conformance with U.S. copyright law. 
Acquisitions Information
Gift from Evelyn Patricia Foote, 1998 and 2013. 
Processing Information
Processed by Cat S. McDowell, Sept. 2004, and Ashley D. Jefferson, July 2013. 
Preferred Citation
MS517, Evelyn P. Foote Papers, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. 

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