Sherrill Redmon research files on William E. and Helen Woodward

Abstract

The Sherrill Redmon research files on William E. and Helen Woodward (dated 1882-2003, undated; 4 cubic feet, 4 boxes) comprise drafts, research files, notes, and notecards relating to William E. Woodward and Helen Woodward, authors and publisher.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Sherrill Redmon research files on William E. and Helen Woodward
Date
1882-2003, undated (inclusive)
Extent
4 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Authors, American.
Authors -- Correspondence.
Authors and publishers.
Dissertations.
Editors.
Interviews.
Historians.
Journalists.
Little magazines -- United States.
Magazines.
Novelists.
Arrangement
The collection is arranged in two series by format: Drafts and research; and Photographs.
Finding Aid Author
Ida Lucille Mangum
Preferred Citation
2021ms061: [identification of item], Sherrill Redmon research files on William E. and Helen Woodward, 1882-2003, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
William Woodward was born October 2, 1874, in Ridge Spring, South Carolina. He was educated at The Citadel, which later conferred to him its first honorary LLD. In 1893 he began his newspaper career with "The Atlanta Constitution". In 1897, he moved to New York to work as a reporter for "The World". From there, he went into magazine and book editing, and advertising, which led to a position as the Vice President of the J. Walter Thompson Company.
In 1912, William organized and published the first syndicated book review section distributed to papers throughout the country. He employed Sinclair Lewis, then unknown and working on his first novel, as its editor. The section was discontinued at the peak of its success in 1914 when publishers backed out on the assumption that World War I would kill book sales. In 1916, William became the vice president of the Industrial Finance Corporation, and in 1919 he gave himself completely to writing. His first book, a satirical novel about the advertising industry was titled Bunk. Bunk was published in 1923 and received with great enthusiasm. He is attributed with coining the term "debunk" in this novel. Many books followed, with William's major fame coming with the publication of George Washington, the Image and the Man in 1926. With this book he introduced a new way of writing the historical biography.
William was also president of the Authors' Guild; chairman of the Writers League Against Lynching; and the only writer on the Business Advisory Council, appointed in 1933 under the Roosevelt administration. William Woodward died in New York on September 27, 1950.
Helen Woodward was born in 1882 in New York City and educated in Boston, Massachusetts. She spent twenty years in the advertising business specializing in copy, and ten years as an account executive. Helen wrote extensively for magazines, a syndicated newspaper column, and the following books: Through Many Windows, Harper's, 1925 (autobiographical); Three Flights Up, Dodd Mead (written considerably later than previous book, also autobiographical, covering another period); It's an Art, Harcourt (advertising and the consumer); The Lady Persuaders, Ivan Obolensky, Inc., 1960; General Billy Mitchell, Duell, Sloan and Pearce (for teenagers); Queen's in the Parlor, Bobbs-Merrill (a novel); Money to Burn, McKay (a mystery). She also collaborated on the following works: Way of the Lancer and Lancer Down with Richard Boleslavski, published by Bobbs-Merrill; Way of the Lancer was a literary guild selection and is the account of secret flight of Boleslavki, a member of Moscow Art Theater, with two colleagues across Russia to Poland during the Bolshevik Revolution; 200 Years of Charleston Cooking, Cape Smith; Bowling Green Murders, Random House. Helen collected the letters, manuscripts, and diaries of her husband, William, after he died in the hopes of publishing a biographical work.
Sherrill Redmon attended the University of Louisville and then attended the University of Kentucky to earn her Doctor of Philosophy. Her dissertation, Debunker : the life and writings of W.E. Woodward, was published in 1974. Redmon is the retired director of the Sophia Smith Collection of the Women's History Archives at Smith College. While at Smith College, she help build a more racially and culturally diverse special collections. Redmon and Gloria Steinem worked on an oral history project called Voices of Feminism. Redmon lives in Massachusetts.
Scope and Content
The Sherrill Redmon research files on William E. and Helen Woodward (dated 1882-2003, undated; 4 cubic feet; 4 boxes) comprise drafts, research files, notes, and notecards relating to William E. Woodward and Helen Woodward, authors and publisher. The bulk of the collection contains notes taken by Redmon of special collections materials and during interviews with Woodward's contemporaries. Also, included are copies of drafts created by Redmon for her dissertation for her Doctor of Philosophy in History, Debunker: The Life and Writings of W.E. Woodward. The notes cover subjects like book reviews, colonial history, magazines, politics, and themes in Woodward's books. Also, of note are photographs given by Helen Woodward's sisters to Redmon. The images show William and Helen Woodward throughout their lives in the United States and abroad.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to these materials belong to the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Drafts and research, 1923-2003, undated

Scope and Contents

The Drafts and research series (1923-2003) primarily comprises Sherrill Redmon's drafts and research notes for her Doctor of Philosophy in History dissertation, Debunker : the life and writings of W.E. Woodward. Most of Redmon's research was conducted while a doctoral student at the University of Kentucky, 1968-1974. The research notes were taken during interviews with contemporaries of William E. and Helen Woodward, as well as, taken visiting archives and special collection libraries throughout the United States. The multiple copies of chapter and disertation drafts contain notes by Redmon and University of Kentucky professors. The series also includes some primary source letters, presumably given to Redmon by Woodward's colleagues. A significant portion or the series is nearly a cubic foot of research notecards created by Redmon for classes and her dissertation. Also, included are two books by W.E. Woodward: Bunk and Evelyn Prentice.

1890's magazines (especially little mags), newspapers, publishing data, social criticism, undated

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1900-1910 background, Time-Life, undated

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1910-1920 background, May Time-Life (Aaron on left in teens), Parrington III notes (including bits on 1920s), undated

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1920's Books, and Battles of the 20's (complete notes), Legend Debunked and Restored by W.F. Craven, undated

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1930's background, undated

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Achenbach, Hazel letter, 1924, and notes, undated

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Adams, James Truslow, undated

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American Historiagraphy notes, Dr. Gilliam, undated

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American Mercury magazine notes notes, undated

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Anderson, Sherwood notes, undated

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Articles and notes, undated

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Authorizations for use of manuscripts and acknowledgement, 1970

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Beard, Charles A., correspondence from the University of Kentucky Woodward collection, 1971

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Beveridge papers, Hibben's material notes, undated

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Bibliographic leads, 1969

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Bibliography draft and notes, undated

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Bibliography, typist's first copy with corrections, additions, undated

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Boni, Albert interview questions, undated

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Book dealers for extra copies of the novels, 1969-1974

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Bookman, literary journal notes, undated

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Bradford, Gamaliel journal (diary), 1883-1932, notes, undated

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Chapter 1: early life and business career, 1874-1912, undated

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Chapter 1: typist's draft, corrections, and additions, undated

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Chapter 1: typist's final copy, undated

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Chapter 2: draft with Professor Hamilton comments, undated

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Chapter 2: literary supplement to end Morris Plan, 1913-1922, undated

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Chapter 3: fiction draft, undated

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Chapter 4: George Washington orignial draft and copy, undated

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Chapter 5: General Grant draft copy, undated

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Chapter 5: General Grant draft with Professor Hamilton comments, undated

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Chapter 5: last books (era 1929-1951) including Evelyn Prentice, undated

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Chapter 6: 1931-1934, undated

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Chapter 6: final draft, undated

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Chapter 7: 1934-1945, undated

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Chapter 7: final draft, undated

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Chapter 8: 1945-1950, undated

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Chapter 8: concluding chapter and outline of dissertation, 1970

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Chapter 8: conclusion, undated

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Chapter 8: draft, undated

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Chronology: 1874-1893, birth to graduation from Citadel, undated

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Chronology: 1893-1898, Georgia jobs, marriage, etc. to departure from New York City, undated

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Chronology: 1898-1907, arrival New York City to job with JWT, undated

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Chronology: 1912-1914, Woodward and Van Slyke literary syndicate, undated

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Chronology: 1914-1916, freelance agent and Hearst assistant, undated

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Chronology: 1916-1920, Industrial Finance Corporation, undated

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Chronology: 1920-1922, interim between business ventures and Bunk beginning, undated

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Chronology: 1922-1925 writing Bunk, Lottery, Bread and Circus, undated

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Chronology: 1925- 1928, Begins writing George Washington - publication of Grant, undated

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Chronology: 1928-1932, Freelance writer - crowded years - Money for Tomorrow publication, undated

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Chronology: 1932-1939, Evelyn Prentice, NAMH, Lafayette, trip around the world to writing it up, undated

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Chronology: 1940-1950, (the 1940's to death), undated

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Chronology: notes, undated

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Composite of corrections, dissertation, 1974

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Copyright notice from the Library of Congress, 1975

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Correspondence (working), 1969

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Dead correspondence, 1969

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Development of Literary Realism, Ziff, Chase, undated

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Dibble, Roy F., author notes, undated

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Dissertation draft, 1967 July 27

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Dissertation index and dissertation abstracts, 1970

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Dissertation manuscript with Professor Holman Hamilton comments, 1973

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Dissertation miscellaneous, 1966-1969

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Dissertation prizes, 1974-1975

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Dissertation publishing correspondence, 1976

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Documentation - in order of appearance for December article draft, undated

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Documentation forms, undated

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Dreisser letters, University of Pennsylvania collection, University of Virginia collection, copies, undated

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Dreisser, Theodore, author notes, undated

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Early debunkers: H. Asbury, Thomas Beer, Roy Dibble, Walter Campbell (S. Vestal), Herbert Gorman, Van Loon, Stewart Holbrook, undated

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Friends and associates of Woodward, William E. (addresses), 1969-1973

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Gilliam, Richard, letter to University of Kentucky professor, 1974

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Gorman, Herbert S. author notes, undated

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Gruening, Senator Ernest H., 1887-1974 interview: 1970; xerox copies of Woodward correspondence from Gruening files, letter to widow, 1974 June 27, regarding return of papers and condolence, 1970-1974

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Harris, Julia and Julian, journalist, notes, undated

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Hart, A.B., 1926-1927, episode and background (See Beard correspondence as well.), undated

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Harvard manuscripts (Villard, Woolcott), 1970-1971

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Hatpin episode in Winchell, 1928, notes, undated

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Hibbert, Paxton, diplomat notes, undated

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Historical Criticism, History 606, notes, circa 1969

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Hughes, Rupert, author and movie director notes, undated

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Intro handwritten draft, undated

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Leads, notes, 1969

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Lewis, Sinclair, undated

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Library of Congress regulations and archives, 1965-1969

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Lifestyle in 1923-1928 literary circles, undated

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Liveright materials other than sales record, 1926-1967, undated

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Locating the Civil War novel notes, undated

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Magazine work, undated

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Main reading room work, undated

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Manuscript catalog, undated

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Marsh, Corrine correspondence, 1969-1976

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Marsh, Corrina, Dorothy Peterson, Bessie Redish interview notes, (personality, quotes, early life) (Dora Abraham), 1970-1971

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Masters, E.L. article, Morrissey on historigraphy in 1920's for Woodward revision, 1979

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McAdoo trip to Europe, 1934, from McAdoo papers, Library of Congress,, undated

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McMaster, John Bach, historian, notes, undated

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Menecken correspondence with Woodward, undated

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Menecken, Henry Louis, journalist, undated

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Morrissey, Charles T., historiagraphy in 1920's, 1979

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Newspaper notes, 1920's, undated

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Non-dissertation miscellany, history notes, and invoices, 1968-1969

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Paragraphs 1-3 in post-H revision form, undated

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Pending action, undated

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Peripheral characters, undated

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Pound, Ezra to Woodward, William E. letters, undated

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Publisher's Weekly, undated

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Publishing companies lists and correspondence, 1969

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Rediscovered documentation, undated

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Redish, Bessie letters and manuscript collection, 1971

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Reproduction copies of dissertation and binding, 1974

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Revised dissertation, 1980-1988

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Ringe, Donald A., University of Kentucky professor correspondence, 1969-1973

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Sales of histories and biographies written by professionals: Holt article, Caughley article, Kraus notes, undated

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Secondary works on biography in the 20th century: Nicolson, O'Neill, Balch, Tolles, and the guy in Eisenstadt, undated

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Secondary works: Skatheim, Peterson, Broderick-Gray-Metzger, Hoffman, Strout article, undated

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Sinclair, Upton correspondence, 1924-1957, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Berg, New York Public Library, Code, undated

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Smart Set literary magazine, 1918-1923, undated

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Stationary, undated

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Strachet, Lytton, author notes, undated

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The Debunker, 1924-1931, Haldeman-Julius, undated

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The Debunking Biographies of Paxton Hibben, Woodward, William E., and Edgar Lee Masters, by Sherill Redmon, History 712, 1967 July 27

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The Lottery by Woodward, William E. book cover, 1924

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Things to know about Trade-Marks published by J. Walker Thompson Company, 1911, undated

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Thompson, J. Walter years, 1970-1971

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Travel arrangements and expenses, 1970-1971

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University of Kentucky Libraries Woodward, William E. collection catalogue and codes, collection notes, query, 1989

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University of Kentucky Libraries Woodward, William E. papers - list of things to look up, undated

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University of Kentucky Libraries Woodward, William E. papers notes, undated

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University of Kentucky Libraries Woodward, William E. papers purchase, 1969

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Van Slyke and Woodward, William E. book, 1913-1914, undated

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Villard, Henry, journalist, correspondence, 1927-1928, Harvard, Houghton Library, undated

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Whatley, Helen R. correspondence, 1969-1974

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Wollcott, Alexandra letter, Harvard Houghton Library, 1936, undated

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Woodward family genealogy, 1996

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Woodward, Helen (died September 5, 1969), undated

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Woodward, William E. as fictionist, undated

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Woodward, William E. as journalist, undated

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Woodward, William E. as reviewer of books, undated

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Woodward, William E. biography as a genre, undated

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Woodward, William E. book sales, 1969-1970

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Woodward, William E. character - personality traits and miscellaneous notes on diaries and correspondence, undated

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Woodward, William E. covers Snyder-Gray trial, 1927, undated

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Woodward, William E. descriptive letters, 1929, 2003

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Woodward, William E. economic views and political life (notes from Shannon's The Socialist Party in America and Aaron's Writers on the Left, undated

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Woodward, William E. general reviews (no specific book), undated

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Woodward, William E. historical method sources, etc. and his standards (gutted for George Washington and grant stuff. See individual files.), undated

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Woodward, William E. obituaries and career assessments, contents: Craven, Stampp, Hesseltine, undated

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Woodward, William E. on current fiction and his own reading, undated

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Woodward, William E. on style including anti-academic bias, undated

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Woodward, William E. spiritual life, undated

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Woodward, William E. style, vocabulary, 1970

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Woodward, William E. vital statistics (first marriage, court records, etc.), 1969-1970

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Woodward, William E., Bunk, Harper and Brothers Publishers, New York, with Sherill Redmond notes in book, 1923

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Woodward, William E., Evelyn Prentice, Cassel and Company Limited, London, with Sherill Redmond notes in book, 1933

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Notecards, circa 1968-1972

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Photographs, 1882-1971, undated

Scope and Contents

The Photograph series (1882-1971, undated) contains photographs gifted to Redmon from Helen's sisters via Corinna Marsh on January 28, 1971. The photographs include images of William E. Woodward throughout his life. Of note are photographs of the Edna M. Thornagle's Hope Ranch home, where Helen and William stayed during the summer of 1930. Also included is a photograph of Helen Woodward at their apartment in Paris, France.

Description of photographs, three described by Helen Whatley, 1971 October 2

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Roger, John, 1930

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Rogers, John and Helen Woodward, 1930

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Sandrea, Lillian, and artist, circa 1960's

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Woodward, Helen, 1930

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Woodward, Helen and William E., circa 1920's

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Woodward, Helen and William E., Lillian, and Helen (Bill's neice), undated

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Woodward, Helen with unidentified woman, 1930

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Woodward, William E. and car, undated

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Woodward, William E. at age 26, photo taken in New York, 1900

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Woodward, William E. at age eight, 1882

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Woodward, William E. portrait, undated

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House in Graniteville in which Woodward, William E. lived when he was a young boy, undated

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Woodward, Cadet William E. taken in 1890 when he was 16 years old, 1890

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Woodward, Helen and William E. , H.A. (Fonce), and Lillian, 1946 May 19

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Woodward, Helen and William E. near chicken house, undated

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Woodward, Helen on balcony of apartment in Paris, 1925

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Woodward, William E. in Santa Barbara, 1930

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Woodward, William E. portrait, undated

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Woodward, William E. sitting in grass, undated

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Woodward, William E. smoking a pipe, undated

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House at Santa Barbara that Helen and WE Woodward lived in the summer of 1930, 1930

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Woodward, William E., 1931

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Woodward, William E. at Tom Paine's house, Joe Lewis, undated

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Woodward, William E., age 26, New York/Woodward, William E. and group of people in front of house, 1900/undated

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Woodward, William E., age 50/Helen and Woodward, William E., 1924/1927

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Woodward, William E., University Society, undated

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