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Gerald White Johnson Papers

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Gerald W. Johnson was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1911), an author, and a newspaper reporter and columnist on the Baltimore Sun and other newspapers.

His papers consist of biographical information; professional and family correspondence; education files from his studies at the University of Toulouse and Wake Forest College; financial documents; literary productions, including speeches, addresses, and book reviews; copies and clippings of his newspaper columns; magazine articles; his World War I notebooks, photographs, and memorabilia; photograph albums and loose photographs on the Duls, Haywood, and Johnson families; a postcard album; awards and certificates; honorary degrees; medals and insignia; scrapbooks of clippings; his subject files; and memorabilia including his academic regalia, his typewritter, and a lap-top desk.

Biographical and Historical Note

Gerald W. Johnson was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1911), an author, and a newspaper reporter and columnist on the  Baltimore Sun and other newspapers.

Collection Overview

His papers consist of biographical information; professional and family correspondence; education files from his studies at the University of Toulouse and Wake Forest College; financial documents; literary productions, including speeches, addresses, and book reviews; copies and clippings of his newspaper columns; magazine articles; his World War I notebooks, photographs, and memorabilia; photograph albums and loose photographs on the Duls, Haywood, and Johnson families; a postcard album; awards and certificates; honorary degrees; medals and insignia; scrapbooks of clippings; his subject files; and memorabilia including his academic regalia, his typewritter, and a lap-top desk.

Collection Inventory

  • Biographical File
    • Articles Box 1
      • Freeny, Laurence, "Gerald Johnson: The Needle Gets Sharper."  Baltimore Magazine,  (October 1968.) Folder 1
      • Gerald Johnson Defends School Expenditures, (Feb, 1, 1933) Folder 2
      • Harris, R. P., "Will the Real Sage of Baltimore Stand Up and Take a Bow?"  The News American,  (Aug. 4, 1985.) Folder 3
      • Hobson, Fred, "Gerald W. Johnson - The Southerner as Realist." The  Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 1, no. 1, (Winter 1982) Folder 4
      • Jenkins, Jay, "All the Way With G. W. J."  The Pilot,  (Mar. 2, 1983) Folder 5
      • Lloyd B. Dennis, Gerald W. Johnson ([n.d.]) Folder 6
    • Biographical data, (1957-1988) Folder 7
    • Birthdate Research, N. Y. Events on Gerald White Johnson's Birthdate, (August 6, 1890.) Folder 8
    • Clippings about Gerald White Johnson
      • From the Howler,  (1911) Folder 9
      • From newspapers, (1924-1985) Folder 10
    • Clippings about relatives, (1963-1968) Folder 11
    • Memorial service. Brown Memorial Church, Baltimore, MD, (Mar. 31, 1980.) Folder 12
    • Menken, H. L., The Diary of (1989). Excerpts re: Gerald White Johnson. Folder 13
  • Correspondence - Professional
    • A, (1925-1934) Folder 14
    • Adams, James Truslow, (1927) Folder 15
    • B, (1923-1933) Folder 16
    • Balch, Earle H., (1927-1933) Folder 17
    • Berthrong, Merrill G., (1980-1982) Folder 18
    • Bradford, Gamaliel, (1927-1928) Folder 19
    • Brown, H. A., (1927) Folder 20
    • Bruce, William Cabell, (1928) Folder 21
    • C, (1923-1934) Folder 22
    • Caldwell, B., (1924) Folder 23
    • Chase, H. W., (1923-1934) Folder 24
    • Crittenden, Ethel Taylor, (1933) Folder 25
    • D, (1924-1935) Folder 26
    • Daniels, Jonathan, (1930) Folder 27
    • Davis, Lambert, (1934-1935) Folder 28
    • E, (1927-1933) Folder 29
    • G, (1930-1935) Folder 30
    • Gaines, Francis Pendleton (1892-1963), (1927) Folder 31
    • Gorrell, J. H., (1908) Folder 32
    • Grauer, Neil A., (1986) Folder 33
    • Green, Paul, (1928-1935) Folder 34
    • H, (1923-1935) Folder 35
    • Henderson, Archibald, (1933-1935) Folder 36
    • Heyward, DuBose, (1923-1936) Folder 37
    • Howland, Hewitt H., (1924) Folder 38
    • J, (1924-1955) Folder 39
    • Jenkins, Jay, (1949-1965) Folder 40
    • Johnson, D. Calhoun, (1964) Folder 41
    • Johnson, Livingston, (1927) Folder 42
    • Johnson, Mary Lynch, (1934) Folder 43
    • Johnson, Wingate
      •  (1924-1935) Folder 44
      •  (1943-1950) Folder 45
      •  (1958-1963) Folder 46
    • K, (1927-1935) Folder 47
    • Kitchin, Thurman, (1933) Folder 48
    • L, (1912-1935) Folder 49
    • Lippman, Walter, (n.d.) Folder 50
    • M, (1923-1948) Folder 51
    • Masten, John C., (1964-1978) Folder 52
    • Mc, (1911-1934) Folder 53
    • McEarchern, Mary, (1927-1932) Folder 54
    • McLean, Angus Wilton (1870-1935), (1928) Folder 55
    • Morrison, Cameron, (1932) Folder 56
    • N, (1933) Folder 57
    • O, (1923-1933) Folder 58
    • Odum, Howard W., (1923-1924) Folder 59
    • Owens, Hamilton, (1923-1925) Folder 60
    • P, (1924-1935) Folder 61
    • R, (1923-1941) Folder 62
    • Ritchie, Albert C., (1930-1932) Folder 63
    • S, (1924-1967) Folder 64
    • Sledd, Benjamin F., (1927) Folder 65
    • Stallings, Laurence Tucker, (1924) Folder 66
    • Stephenson, Gilbert Thomas, (1928) Folder 67
    • T, (1922-1935) Folder 68
    • University of North Carolina - School of Journalism, (1924) Folder 69
    • V, (1927-1928) Folder 70
    • W, (1924-1935) Folder 71
    • Webb, John, (1967-1975) Folder 72
    • Woodard, John R., (1977-1989) Folder 73
    • Futrell, Louise, (1914) Folder 73a
  • Correspondence - Personal
    • Johnson, Archibald and  Flora C. McNeill [parents], (1898-1907) Folder 74
    • Johnson, Duncan and Catherine Livingston [grandparents], (1895-1899) Folder 75
    • Johnson, Kate (Mrs. Beryman Parham) [sister]
      •  (1901) Folder 76
      •  (1925-1938) Folder 77
      •  (1943-1961) Folder 78
      •  (1965-1971) Folder 79
      •  (1972) Folder 80
      •  (1973-1974) Folder 81
      •  (1975-1976) Folder 82
      •  (1977-1979) Folder 83
    • Johnson, Lois [sister], (1960-1975) Folder 84
    • First name only, (1929-1960) Folder 85
  • Educational Files
    • Toulouse, France - University of
      • Notebook of classes, (1919) Folder 86
      • School pass, (May 1-July 1919) Folder 87
    • Wake Forest College, North Carolina. Doctor of Letters, (June 1, 1928) Folder 88 ((oversize))
  • Financial Documents
    • American Mercury, New York - Copy Rights, (1924-1929) Folder 89
    • Receipts
      • Property taxes, (1924) Folder 90
      • Wake Forest College, (1908-1911) Folder 91
    • Wake Forest College. Agreement. Members of the Senior Class of 1911 and Gerald W. Johnson. Price of a fountain to be erected on the campus, (1911.) Folder 92
  • Writings and Speeches
    • American editors of books by Gerald W. Johnson. List. Folder 93
    • Book covers
      • America moves forward: A History for Peter, Vol. 3, New York: Morrow, (1960) Folder 94
      • America-Watching: Perspectives in the Course of an Incredible Century. Owings Mills, MD. Stemmer House, (1976.) Folder 95
      • American Heroes and Hero-worship. New York and London: Harper, (1943.) Folder 96
      • The American People. New York: Harper, (1951.) Folder 97
      • The First Captain: The Story of John Paul Jones. New York: Coward-McCann, (1947.) Folder 98
      • Hod-carrier: Notes of a Laborer on an Unfinished Cathedral. New York: Morrow, (1964.) Folder 99
      • The Honorable Titan: A Biographical Study of Adolph S. Ochs. New York and London: Harper, (1946.) Folder 100
      • Incredible Tale: The Odyssey of the Average American in the Last Half Century, New York: Harper, (1950.) Folder 101
      • The Lines are Drawn: American Life Since the First World War as Reflected in the Pulitzer Prize Cartoons. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1958.) Folder 102
      • A Little Night Music: Discoveries in the Exploitation of an Art. New York and London: Harper, (1937.) Folder 103
      • The Lunatic Fringe. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1957.) Folder 104
      • The Making of a Southern Industrialist: A Biographical Study of Simpson Bobo Tanner. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, (1952.) Folder 105
      • The Secession of the Southern States. New York: G. P. Putman's Sons, (1933.) Folder 106
    • Book reviews of Gerald W. Johnson's works by Title
      • America is Born: A History for Peter. New York: Morrow, (1959.) Folder 107
      • America Grows Up: A History for Peter. New York: Morrow, (1960.)
      • America Watching: Perspectives in the Course of an Incredible Century,  (1976.) Folder 108
      • The American People. News and Observer,  (Oct. 7, 1951.) Folder 109
      • Andrew Jackson: An Epic in Homespun,  (1927) Folder 110
      • By Reason of Strength,  (1930-1932) Folder 111
      • Cadets of New Market. Harper's Magazine,  (Dec. 1929.) Folder 112
      • Hod Carrier: Notes of a Laborer on an Unfinished Cathedral,  (1964) Folder 113
      • The Imperial Republic. Journal and Sentinel,  (May 28, 1972.) Folder 114
      • Incredible Tale,  (1950) Folder 115
      • Number Thirty-Six,  (1933) Folder 116
      • Our Lost Generation,  (1929) Folder 117
      • Peril and Promise. Journal and Sentinel,  (Feb. 9, 1958.) Folder 118
      • The Presidency. Winston-Salem Sentinel,  (April 5, 1962) Folder 119
      • Randolph of Roanoke: A Political Fantastic,  (1929) Folder 120
      • Roosevelt: Dictator of Democrat,  (1941) Folder 121
      • The Secession of the Southern States. New York Herald Tribune Books,  (Dec. 3, 1933.) Folder 122
      • South Watching: Selected Essays,  (1983) Folder 123
      • Story of Man's Work,  (1925) Folder 124
      • The Strength of Catherine Campbell, Observer, London, (n.d.) Folder 125
      • The Undefeated,  (1927) Folder 126
      • What is News - A Tentative Outline,  (1926) Folder 127
    • "The American Scholar in 1958." Phi Beta Kappa Address. Wake Forest College, (April 10, 1958.) Folder 128
    • "The Art of Being Free."  The Atlantic Monthly,  (n.d.) Folder 129
    • "As of 1958 - Creativity and Productivity." East Carolina College, Greenville, North Carolina, (Nov. 12, 1958.) Folder 130
    • "As of 1958 - Tension and Sterotype." East Carolina College, Greenville, North Carolina, (Nov. 11, 1958.) Folder 131
    • "At Least, It's Movement."  Wake Forest Magazine,  (Nov. 1969.) Folder 132
    • "Baltimore's Destiny is Still with the South."  (n.d.) Folder 133
    • "The Battle of Ideas."  (Fall, 1967.) Folder 134
    • "Can This Be North Carolina?"  News and Observer,  (June 22, 1950.) Folder 135
    • "A Challenge to Americans,"  (July 31, 1951) Folder 136
    • Chapel Hill Radio Script, (July 5, 1958) Folder 137
    • "College's Purpose,"  The Sun,  (Jan. 21, 1958) Folder 138
    • "A Commission from Raleigh." Founder's Day Address. Meredith College, (Feb. 7, 1941.) Folder 139
    • Commission: A Study of Revolution. New York: Morrow, (1964.) Folder 140
    • "Concerning "Chunny"" (published under the pseudonym Ian McIan. Folder 141
    • "The Conquest of Inner Space."  The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 35, no. 2, (Spring 1959.) Folder 142
    • Dartmouth speech, (November 1960) Folder 143
    • "Dear Katrina" [poem], (April 3, 1912) Folder 144
    • "Did We Learn?" The  Baltimore Evening Sun,  (October 28, 1943) Folder 145
    • "The Ethical Emphasis of Modern Historians: An Address to the Society for Ethical Culture," New York, (May 4, 1955) Folder 146
    • "Fifty Years, Lamost, In Hamilton Street." Speech to Hamilton Street Club, (1975.) Folder 147
    • "First Rate College or Second Rate University: A Shame-faced Faculty if Facing the Truth."  Journal and Sentinel,  (Sept. 13, 1953.) Folder 148
    • Ford Hall Forum Speech, Boston, MA, (Nov. 2, 1958) Folder 149
    • Ford Hall Forum Speech, Boston, MA (1960) Folder 150
    • "The Future and Dr. Poteat." Memorial Address at the Wake Forest College Commencement.  Biblical Recorder,  (June 29, 1938.) Folder 151
    • "Gerald W. Johnson: Reflections at 80."  The Sun,  (Aug. 2, 1970.) Folder 152
    • "The Greatest Experiment."  Charity and Children,  (Oct. 17, 1935.) Folder 153
    • How to Combat the Folder 154
    • Joseph Pearson Caldwell, (n.d.) Folder 155
    • "Journalism as the Peril and the Protection of Freedom." 3 speech series. The Peril. The Protection. The Personalities. Folder 156
    • Lecture Series. Kiwanis Club, Seattle, (1959) Folder 157
    • "Lament of the Lame."  Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. 6, no. 1, (Jan. 1967) Folder 158
    • "The Land of the Free as the Home of the Brave." Address to the Freedom Forum, Pittsfield, MA, (Oct. 10, 1956.) Folder 159
    • Letter to the Editor. Charity and Children,  (Aug. 8, 1946.) Folder 160
    • "The Lumbee River." Speech before the Gerald Johnson Book Club of Red Springs, North Carolina, (Summer 1947.) Folder 161
    • "The Man Who Feels Left Behind." Speech to the Friends of the Library, Greensboro, North Carolina, and at Hood College, Frederick, MD, (Apr. 15, 1959 Apr. 16, 1959.) Folder 162
    • "The Maryland Act of Religious Toleration: An Interpretation,"  ([1973].) Folder 163
    • "A Memorial on John Fitzgerald Kennedy," Folder 164
    • "Mirage of Age Just as Bright as That of Youth."  The Sun,  (Oct. 17, 1965) Folder 165
    • "Myth of Daniel Webster." Greensboro Daily News, (Apr. 19, 1964.) Folder 166
    • National Democratic Women's Club. Address, (January 14, 1954.) Folder 167
    • "Newport." [Published under the speudonym, Ian M'Ian Folder 168
    • "19th Century Thomasville Recalled,"  (n.d.) Folder 169
    • "Not Indicted But Convicted,"  (March 2, 1953) Folder 170
    • "Old Slick."  Virginia Quarterly Review,  (Spring, 1950) Folder 171
    • Position Paper for the American Realist, The American Scholar. Vol. 43, no. 2, (1974. Spring 1974.) Folder 172
    • "A Prayer in St. Helwig's."  Charity and Children,  (Nov. 27, 1941.) Folder 173
    • "A Proud Tower in the Town."  Peabody Bulletin,  (Jan. 19, 1937.) Folder 174
    • The Provincial Scholar Address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Davidson College, North Carolina, (April 26, 1955.) Folder 175
    • "The Revelation of 50 Years."  Greensboro Daily News,  (Nov. 20, 1966.) Folder 176
    • "The Scholar Here and Now." Phi Beta Kappa Address at Wake Forest College, (April 10, 1958.) Folder 177
    • "Self-punishment by Secrecy,"  (Sept. 9, 1955.) Folder 178
    • "The Superfluity of L. B. J."  The American Scholar,  (Spring 1968) Box 2 Folder 179
    • The Supreme Court, New Delhi, S. R. Suneja Publications, (In Urdu). (May 1966.) Folder 180
    • TV Programs, (March-April, 1956) Folder 181
    • "There Are Those Who Love Her." The  News and Observer,  (Sept. 28, 1958.) Folder 182
    • To Be Living at This Time: An Assessment of Values, (n.d.) Folder 183
    • The New Republic (articles from)
      •  (1930-1953) Folder 184
      •  (1954) Folder 185
      •  (1955) Folder 186
      •  (1956) Folder 187
      •  (1957) Folder 188
      •  (1958) Folder 189
      •  (1959) Folder 190
      •  (1960) Folder 191
      •  (1961) Folder 192
      •  (1962) Folder 193
      •  (1963) Folder 194
      •  (1964) Folder 195
      •  (1965) Folder 196
      •  (1966) Folder 197
      •  (1967) Folder 198
      •  (1968) Folder 199
      •  (1969) Folder 200
      •  (1970) Folder 201
      •  (1971) Folder 202
      •  (1973) Folder 203
      •  (1974) Folder 204
      •  (1975) Folder 205
      •  (1976) Folder 206
      •  (1977) Folder 207
    • "Views of a Baptist."  News and Observer,  (March 15, 1950) Folder 208
    • "Wake Forest's Future."  Winston-Salem Journal,  (June 23, 1954) Folder 209
    • "We Didn't Give Anything Away."  The Sun,  (April 29, 1978) Folder 210
    • What Are Adequate Facilities? (n.d.) Folder 211
    • World War I, (n.d.) Folder 212
    • "Youth Must Be Bold." Southern Baptist, Vol. 3, no. 9, (June 1944) Folder 213
    • Smith. Lo, the Poor Highbrow. - Phi Beta Kappa. The Hub,  (May 18, 1955) Folder 214
    • World War I Journals, (1918-1919) Folder 215
  • Photographs
    • As Sergeant, (n.d.) Folder 216
    • At Desk. Negative, (1964) Folder 217
    • Bust of. By Reuben Kramer (now at Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore, MD, ) (1956) Folder 218
    • Cap and Gown picture, (n.d.) Folder 219
    • Head and shoulders
      •  ([1915]?) Folder 220
      • Baltimore, MD (1933,) Folder 221
    • Inhis office, (oversize) (July 1980) Folder 222
    • Standing on a balcony Folder 223
    • Seated with flute in hand, (1937) Folder 224
    • Seated with Wingate Johnson, (n.d.) Folder 225
    • Third North Carolina National Guard Infantry, (1912) Folder 226
    • Toulouse, France. Two street scenes and two outdoor scenes. [Would War I period], (c. 1919.) Folder 227
    • Wake Forest College. The Debate Council Folder 228
      • Top row: C. T. Murchison, J. R. Carroll, E. A. Harrill
      • Bottomrow: I. C. Woodard, G. W. Johnson, J. P. Tucker, Chairman. Howler, p. 207 [UNK] negative. (1911,)
    • M.Danais with two girls and a boy, (France) (June 30, 1919) Folder 229
  • Photo Albums
    • Volume 1, Charlotte, North Carolina, (1858?, 1886-1898) Folder 230
    • Volume 2 Folder 231
    • Volume 3 Folder 232
    • Volume 4, (1915-Fall, 1918) Folder 233
    • Volume 5, Vassar College, (Spring 1919) Folder 234
    • Volume 6 Box 3 Folder 235
    • Volume 7 Folder 236
    • Volume 8 Folder 237
    • Volume 9, (1941-1965) Folder 238
    • Volume 10 Folder 239
    • Volume 11 Folder 240
    • Volume 12 Box 4 Folder 241
    • Volume 13 Folder 242
    • Volume 14 Folder 243
    • Volume 15, (1975-1980) Folder 244
    • Volume 16 Folder 245
    • Volume 17, (1966-1974) Folder 246
    • Volume 18 Box 5 Folder 247
    • Volume 19 Folder 248
    • Volume 20 Folder 249
    • Volume 21 Folder 250
  • Awards, Certificates, Citations Box 6
    • Awards
      • Boys Club of America. Junior Book Award. Communisum an American View, (n.d.) Folder 251
      • George Foster Peabody Television Award for Outstanding News Interpretation, (1953. April 14, 1954.) Folder 252
      • North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame, (April 15, 1984) Folder 253
      • Wake Forest Alumni Club of Metropolitan Baltimore. Annual Outstanding Alumnus Award, (Oversize) (April 29, 1965.) Folder 254
    • Certificates
      • Carter, Jimmy. Service in the Armed Forces of the United States. Folder 255
      • U. S. Army. Honorable Discharge, (July 29, 1919.) Folder 256
      • Wake Forest College. Phi Beta Kappa. Gerald White Johnson becomes a member. (January 13, 1941.) Folder 257
    • Citations
      • Wake Forest College. 125th Anniversary. Distinguished Service Citation for Achievements and Recognition in Writing. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, (April 23, 1959.) Folder 258
    • Honorary Degrees
      • Goucher College, Baltimore, MD. Doctor of Letters, (June 15, 1969.) Folder 259
      • The Maryland Institute, Baltimore, MD. Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, (June 3, 1970.) Folder 260
    • Medals and Insignia
      • Loyola College, Baltimore, MD. Andrew White Medal, (1969.) Folder 261
      • Oversize
        • Wake Forest College. Dixon Literary Prize, (1911) Folder 262
        • Johns Hopkins University Honorary Medal
        • Kappa Tau Alpha Pin (University of Illinois), (1969)
        • Key to the City of Charlotte, North Carolina. (n.d.)
        • Wake Forest College. Phi Beta Kappa Pin, (1941)
        • Publications, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, (1925-1926)
        • Wake Forest College Class Ring, (1911)
    • Resolutions
      • Stateof Maryland. Condolences to the family of Gerald White Johnson, (Oversize) (April 7, 1980.) Folder 263
  • Scrapbooks
    • "One for Roosevelt", (1936) Box 7 Folder 264
    • Baltimore Evening Sun,  (1924-1940) Folder 265
    • Magazine Articles, (1921-1936) Folder 266
    • Magazine Articles, (1936-1950) Folder 267
    • "A Little Night Music", (1938) Folder 268
    • New York Star, (1948-1949) Folder 269
    • Magazine Articles, (1951-1961) Folder 270
    • Gerald Johnson Book Club, Red Springs, North Carolina, (1954-1964) Folder 271
    • Magazine Articles, (1962-1975) Folder 272
    • Newspaper clippings (miscellaneous), (1968-1979) Folder 273
    • World War I Momentoes, (Postcard album) (1916-1919?) Folder 274
  • Subject File
    • Bryan, William Jennings. $2.00 US postage stamp (used). Folder 275
    • Charleston (South Carolina) Exposition. Commemorative mug, (1902.) Folder 276
    • Vacant folder. Folder 277
    • Magazine covers with the picture of Gerald W. Johnson, (1964-1968) Folder 278
    • Packing slips Folder 279
    • Paperweight Folder 280
    • Press passes, (1907-1914) Folder 281
  • World War I
    • List of Officers and Men in Section A2. Folder 282
    • Selectees Handbook. 1222D Reception Center, Camp Upton, NY. (n.d.) Folder 283
    • Troop Billet - Assignment on USS Amphion Folder 284
    • US Army Song Book. Washington: War Department. Commission on Training Camp Activities, (1918.) Folder 285
    • World War I. Cigarette lighter. Folder 286
  • Personal Memorabilia Box 8
    • American Heroes and Hero-Worship. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, (1966.) Folder 287
    • America's Silver Age: The Statecraft of Clay-Webster-Calhoun. New York: Harper, (1939.) Folder 288
    • Andrew Jackson: An Epic in Homespun. New York: Minton, Balch, (1927.) Folder 289
    • The British Empire: An American View of its History from 1776 to 1945. New York: Morrow, (1969.) Folder 290
    • Speech to the Hamilton Club (privately printed). Read to the club Dec. 8, 1960 by Johnson's friend Louis Azrael on the day Johnson died, (March 22, 1980.) Folder 291
    • The Imperial Republic: Speculation on the Future, if Any, of the Third U.S.A. New York: Liberight, (1972.) Folder 292
    • The Man Who Feels Left Behind. New York: Morrow, (1961.) Folder 293
    • Pattern for Liberty: The Story of Old Philadelphia, New York: McGraw-Hill Book County, (1952.) Folder 294
    • Peril and Promoise: An Inquiry Into Freedom of the Press. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, (1958.) Folder 295
    • Maryland Chapter and Verse. Program #110, Maryland Chapter and Verse, 30 minutes duration. Folder 296
    • Academic Regalia (Hoods and cap for doctorates) Box 9 Folder 297
  • Oversize
    • Bryan, William Jennings. Life mask by Gutzon Borglum. Presented to Gerald White Johnson at Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1925 after the publication of The Undefeated - his story of Borglum and the work on Stone Mountain, Georgia. Box 10 Folder 298
    • Totem pole, Spokane, Washington, (n.d.) Folder 299
    • Typewriter Folder 300
    • Writing desk. Lap top. Box 12 Folder 301

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Johnson, Gerald White, 1890-
Title
Gerald White Johnson Papers,
ID
MS211
Date [inclusive]
1886-1989
General Physical Description note
12  9

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 2004
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. 
Preferred Citation
MS211, Gerald White Johnson Papers, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. 

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