English family papers

Abstract

The English family papers (dated 1873-1983, undated; 12.2 cubic feet; 31 boxes) consist of correspondence, diaries, poetry, plays, sermons, account books, songs, audiocassettes, records, and photographs, which document several generations of Baptist ministers and writers in Paris and Henderson, Ky.

Descriptive Summary

Title
English family papers
Date
1873-1983, undated
Extent
12.2 Cubic feet
Subjects
Actors.
Baptists--Clergy.
Clergy--Correspondence.
Clergy--Kentucky.
Folk Music.
Folk singers.
Hemp farmers.
Literature--Societies, etc.
Poets, American--Kentucky.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by subject into the following series: Frederick W. Eberhardt, LaRue family, Logan B. English, Logan E. English, Photographs, and Assorted.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Andrew W. McGraw
Preferred Citation
87m33: [identification of item], English family papers, 1884-1986, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Logan E. English (1928-1982) was born in Paris, Kentucky, the son of Logan Berry and Corrilla Eberhardt English. He spent most of his childhood at Wyndhurst, the family farm in Bourbon County, Kentucky. He attended the Millersburg Military Academy in Millersburg, Kentucky. He received his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown College in 1951 and received a Master's in Fine Arts from the Yale Drama School in 1956. Following graduation from Yale in 1956, Logan E. English began his career as a professional folk singer. A meeting with Woody Guthrie at a party in Greenwich Village, New York, had a strong influence on English's career, and he is remembered as the major interpreter of Guthrie's work. During his career, he recorded six albums, including Logan English Sings the Woody Guthrie Songbag.
Fredrick W. Eberhardt (1864-1951), Logan E. English's maternal grandfather, was a Baptist minister in Kentucky. He was also a published author and was considered an authority on classic literature and music.
Logan B. English (1882-1962), father of Logan E. English, was a Baptist minister, a prominent civic leader, and a farmer. Corrilla Eberhardt English as an opera singer before her marriage to Logan B. English.
Scope and Content
The English family papers (dated 1873-1983, undated; 12.2 cubic feet; 31 boxes) consist of correspondence, diaries, poetry, plays, sermons, account books, songs, audiocassettes, grooved audio discs, and photographs, which document several generations of Baptist ministers and writers in Paris and Henderson, Ky. The papers primarily document the work of poet, folk singer, actor, and playwright Logan Eberhardt English and contain many of his original songs and poems. English's papers contain drafts of his unfinished play based on the life of Cassius Clay (Box 12-13) and a copy of his notable album Logan English Sings the Woody Guthrie Songbag (Box 29, Item 6). Additionally, the papers contain materials generated by English's father Logan B. English, a baptist minister; his maternal grandfather, poet Frederick W. Eberhardt; and the LaRue family of Bourbon County, related to English through his mother. Notably, the LaRue family materials consist of account books relating to hemp farming in the late 19th century. The papers also contain several programs from literature societies in Paris and Henderson where Eberhardt and Logan B. English read their works in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Contents of the Collection

Frederick W. Eberhardt, 1893-1951, undated

The Frederick W. Eberhardt series contains correspondence, publications, clippings, and writings. These materials have a strong religious and musical theme as Eberhardt was a well-known Baptist Minister and authority on classical and religious music. The series is arranged into subseries by format.

Correspondence, 1897, 1934-1949, undated

Foreign Mission Board Southern Baptist Convention, 1897 November 29

  • Box 1, Folder 1
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Finances, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 2
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The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1934 September 7

  • Box 1, Folder 3
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From the Baptist Bible Institute to F.W. Eberhardt, 1941 September 23

  • Box 1, Folder 4
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Letters from University of Kansas to F.W. Eberhardt, 1943 October 13

  • Box 1, Folder 5
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From General Motors to F.W. Eberhardt, 1942

  • Box 1, Folder 6
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Kentucky Federation of Music to F.W. Eberhardt and response, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 7
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Holiday cards, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 8
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Dr. H.G. Gilliam to F.W. Eberhardt, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 9
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From Georgetown College to F.W. Eberhardt, 1949 February 15

  • Box 1, Folder 45
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Publications, 1936-1950, undated

The Chronical: A Baptist Historical Quarterly, 1938-1939

  • Box 1, Folder 10
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Program First Baptist Church Fayetteville, NC, 1950 December 24

  • Box 1, Folder 11
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William Jewell College Bulletin, 1943 December

  • Box 1, Folder 12
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Standard publications, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 13
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Kentucky Federation of Music Clubs program, 1938

  • Box 1, Folder 14
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Book of Views and Information for Prospective Students William Jewell College, 1936

  • Box 1, Folder 15
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Newspaper clippings, 1896-1951, undated

Religious publications, 1896-1899

  • Box 1, Folder 16
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Various newspaper articles, circa 1906

  • Box 1, Folder 17
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A Day with the Risen Lord, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 18
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F.W. Eberhardt obituary, 1951

  • Box 1, Folder 19
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Scrapbook full of newspaper clippings, 1906-1927

  • Box 1, Folder 20
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Writings, 1893-1942, undated

Birth of a Poet, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 21
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A Country Life, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 22
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Seven chapters of untitled manuscript, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 23
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The Dear Kentucky Home, 1940 June

  • Box 1, Folder 24
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Death Reigns Upon the Earth, two drafts, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 25
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Birth of a Poet, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 26
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A Tale for Children, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 27
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The Far Country, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 28
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The Far Country of Sin, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 29
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The Farmers Stepchild, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 30
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For a Diamond Wedding, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 31
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God, the Only Master, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 32
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Lucinda, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 33
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My Friend, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 34
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No New Mama, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 35
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An Old Man's Dreams, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 36
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The Quest for the Eternal Life, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 37
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She Hath Done What She Can, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 38
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Singing Water, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 39
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Some Boy, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 40
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Tableau Tildy, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 41
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Thou Knowest That I Love Thee, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 42
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Unto the Hills, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 43
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Zinnias, 1937

  • Box 1, Folder 44
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Notebook, 1897 December 6

  • Box 2, Folder 1
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Notebook, 1915

  • Box 2, Folder 2
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Notebook, 1937-1938

  • Box 2, Folder 3
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Notebook of unpublished work, 1937-1938

  • Box 2, Folder 4
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Notebook, 1937

  • Box 2, Folder 5
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Notebook, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 6
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Notes on sacred music, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 7
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Poetry draft book, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 8
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Notebook of poems, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 9
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Contents of notebook, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 10
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Bible Answers to the Great Questions of Life, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 1
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Christmas in Wartime, 1942, 1942

  • Box 3, Folder 2
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A Christmas Salutation, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 3
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Complete in Him Publish in The Baptist Argus, 1898 April 28

  • Box 3, Folder 4
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The Descant of Youth, 1940

  • Box 3, Folder 5
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Mother's Day Sermon My Valentine written 1897 delivered 1916, 1897

  • Box 3, Folder 6
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The Quest of Eternal Life, 1911

  • Box 3, Folder 7
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Booted and Grounded in Love, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 8
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September, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 9
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Sunbeams written for the Sunbeam Society of Midway, KY, 1893 May 31

  • Box 3, Folder 10
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There's a Star on the Flag for You, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 11
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The Winter of my Sweet Content, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 12
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Sermon notes, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 13-14
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Sermon, 1928 October 2

  • Box 3, Folder 15
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Sermon, 1928 October 4

  • Box 3, Folder 16
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A Fable for Higher Critics, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 17
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A Fable for the Higher Criticism Published in The Baptist Argus, 1898 February 3

  • Box 3, Folder 18
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The First Bluebirds Published in The Baptist Union # 18, 1899 May 6

  • Box 3, Folder 19
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For Thanksgiving Pay in The Baptist Argus, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 20
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God, The Only Master in The Baptist Argus, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 21
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Healing Waters and Other Poems, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 22
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Historical Pageant of Scott Co., KY. Text by F.W. Eberhardt, 1924 May 31

  • Box 3, Folder 23
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History of the Franklin Baptist Association from 1815-1912, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 24
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Homing, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 25
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A List of 100 Standard Hymns Published by the Baptist Bible Institute, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 26
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Introduction to A List of 100 Standard Hymns, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 28
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A List of 100 Worth While Gospel Hymns - published by The Baptist Bible Institute, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 29
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Ma's Room, 1937 May 13

  • Box 3, Folder 30
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Sermon - Modern Knighthood, 1913 April 13

  • Box 3, Folder 31
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Sermon, 1928 October 5

  • Box 3, Folder 32
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Dedication Addresses from Danville, KY, 1941 August 24

  • Box 3, Folder 33
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Sermon - Esau's Sin, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 34
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Sermon - The Pleasure of Piety, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 35
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Sermon - Profane Speech, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 36
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Sermon - The Revelation of God's Holiness to Men, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 37
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Handwritten notes, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 1
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Contents of a notebook, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 46
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Handwritten poem Hope, undated

  • Box 31, Folder 1
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Handwritten poem Oma, undated

  • Box 31, Folder 2
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Printed poem There's a Star on the Flag for You, undated

  • Box 31, Folder 3
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LaRue family, 1873-1931

The LaRue family is maternally related to the English family and this series contains materials that document their involvement in the hemp, tobacco, and oil industries in Kentucky. Additionally, the series included programs from the Paris Literary Club belonging to Tillie LaRue.

Ledger documenting hemp and tobacco production and sales, 1891

  • Box 4, Folder 1
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Hemp ledger, 1898

  • Box 4, Folder 2
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Financial materials, 1919

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Ledger book, 1926-1931

  • Box 4, Folder 4
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Financial materials, 1919

  • Box 4, Folder 5-6
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Financial materials, 1927-1928

  • Box 4, Folder 7
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Financial materials, 1928

  • Box 4, Folder 11
  • Box 4, Folder 8
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Tobacco hail policy, 1919

  • Box 4, Folder 9
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Bourbon Oil and development materials, 1919

  • Box 4, Folder 10
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Ledger book for tobacco and hemp production by the LaRue Family, 1873-1894

  • Box 26, Item 1
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Tillie LaRue - Paris Literary Club programs, 1898-1905

  • Box 31, Folder 4
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Tillie LaRue - easter flower advertisement from Honaker the Florist in Lexington, Ky., 1899

  • Box 31, Folder 5
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Logan B. English, 1910-1961, undated

The Logan B. English series contains newspaper clippings, the contents of his diary, correspondence, church materials, financial materials, sermons and materials from his service as a chaplain in World War I. English's correspondence contains letters to and from Kentucky congressmen pertaining to farm legislation, especially tobacco. The contents of his diary depict daily life on the English family farm, as well as the daily weather. The series is arranged into subseries by format and subject.

Newspaper/magazine clippings, circa 1924, undated

, circa 1924

  • Box 5, Folder 1-2
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, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 2-3
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Diary entries, 1932-1961

, 1932 October 1-1933 December 31

  • Box 5, Folder 3
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, 1934 January 1-1935 January 13

  • Box 5, Folder 4
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, 1935 January 14-1936 January 13

  • Box 5, Folder 5
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, 1936 January 14-1937 January 2

  • Box 5, Folder 6
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, 1937 January 3-1938 January 11

  • Box 5, Folder 7
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, 1938 January 13-1938 December 30

  • Box 5, Folder 8
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, 1939 January-1940 January 9

  • Box 5, Folder 9
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, 1940 January 10-1940 December 31

  • Box 5, Folder 10
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, 1941 January 1-1942 May 24

  • Box 5, Folder 11
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, 1942 May 25-1943 December 31

  • Box 5, Folder 12
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, 1944 January 1-1950 December 31

  • Box 5, Folder 13
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, 1946 January 1-1948 January 4

  • Box 5, Folder 14
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, 1948 January 5-1950 December 31

  • Box 5, Folder 15
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, 1951 January 1-1952 January 4

  • Box 5, Folder 16
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, 1952 January 5-1953 January 13

  • Box 5, Folder 17
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, 1953 January 14-1955 February 14

  • Box 5, Folder 18
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, 1955 February 15-1957 February 6

  • Box 5, Folder 19
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, 1957 February 7-1958 March 20

  • Box 6, Folder 1
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, 1958 March 22-1961 January 4

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Correspondence, 1931-1957

Church related, 1931

  • Box 6, Folder 3-4
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Church related, 1932

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Church related, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Church related, 1956-1957

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Personal, 1931

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Personal, 1932

  • Box 6, Folder 9
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Personal, 1933-1935

  • Box 6, Folder 10
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Personal, 1936

  • Box 6, Folder 11
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Personal, 1937-1938

  • Box 6, Folder 12
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Personal, 1939

  • Box 6, Folder 13
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Personal - includes correspondence with Congressman John C. Watts and Senator Earl C. Clemants, 1940-1956

  • Box 6, Folder 14
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Personal - Includes letter to Senators Thurston Morton, Estes Kefauver and John Sherman Cooper, 1957

  • Box 6, Folder 15
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Personal - received, 1931

  • Box 6, Folder 16
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Personal - received, 1932

  • Box 6, Folder 17
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Personal - received, 1934

  • Box 6, Folder 18
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Personal - received, 1935

  • Box 6, Folder 19
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Personal - received, 1936

  • Box 6, Folder 20
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Personal - received, 1937

  • Box 6, Folder 21
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Personal - received - Includes letters from Senators M.M. Logan, Alben Barkley, and Congressman Virgil Chapman, 1938

  • Box 6, Folder 22
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Personal - received, 1939

  • Box 6, Folder 23
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Letters between Senator Alben Barkley from Julien Friant (Department of Agriculture) and Senator M.M. Logan and J. Friant concerning tobacco Legislation, 1938 December 9

  • Box 7, Folder 1
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Personal - received, 1940

  • Box 7, Folder 2
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Personal - received includes letters from Earle Clements and John C. Watts, 1956

  • Box 7, Folder 3
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Personal - received includes letters from Senators Thurston Morten, Estes Kefauver, and John Sherman Cooper, 1957

  • Box 7, Folder 4
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Church materials, 1910-1940

Materials with pamphlet, 1910-1911

  • Box 7, Folder 5
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Materials, 1931-1940

  • Box 7, Folder 6
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Directory of the First Baptist Church, Henderson, Ky., 1921

  • Box 31, Folder 6
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The Outlook Club, Henderson, Ky., program, 1931-1932

  • Box 31, Folder 7
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Financial materials, 1931-1938, 1957

Taxes, 1937

  • Box 7, Folder 7
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Stock receipts, 1931

  • Box 7, Folder 8
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Bank materials, 1935

  • Box 7, Folder 9
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Farm purchases, 1932

  • Box 7, Folder 10
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Farm purchases, 1938

  • Box 7, Folder 11
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Materials pertaining to the purchase of Wyndhurst Farm, circa 1951

  • Box 12, Folder 6
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Sermons, 1915-1947

, 1915 January 16-December 26

  • Box 7, Folder 12
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, 1916 January 2-April 20

  • Box 7, Folder 13
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, 1916 May 7-July 9

  • Box 7, Folder 14
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, 1916 July 16-November 12

  • Box 7, Folder 15
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Found in army pouch, 1916-1919

  • Box 7, Folder 16
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, 1917 January 2-May 13

  • Box 7, Folder 17
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, 1917 June 2-September 16

  • Box 7, Folder 18
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, 1919 September 14-December 28

  • Box 7, Folder 19
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, 1919 September 14-December 28

  • Box 7, Folder 20
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, 1920 January 5-April 25

  • Box 7, Folder 21
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, 1920 May 2-July 25

  • Box 7, Folder 22
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, 1920 August 1-December 26

  • Box 7, Folder 23
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, 1921 January 2-March 27

  • Box 8, Folder 1
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, 1921 April 3-June 26

  • Box 8, Folder 2
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, 1921 July 3-September 25

  • Box 8, Folder 3
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, 1921 October 2-December 25

  • Box 8, Folder 4
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, 1922 January 1-April 23

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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, 1922 April 30-September 3

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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, 1922 September 6-December 31

  • Box 8, Folder 7
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, 1923 January 6-April 29

  • Box 8, Folder 8
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, 1923 May 6-August 5

  • Box 8, Folder 9
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, 1923 September 9-December 30

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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, 1924 January 4-February 24

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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, 1924 March 2-June 29

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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, 1924 July 6-October 5

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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, 1924 October 12-December 28

  • Box 9, Folder 5
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, 1925 January 11-April 5

  • Box 9, Folder 6
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, 1925 April 12-June 28

  • Box 9, Folder 7
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, 1925 July 12-September 20

  • Box 9, Folder 8
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, 1925 September 27-December 27

  • Box 10, Folder 1
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, 1926 January 3-February 28

  • Box 10, Folder 2
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, 1926 March 14-May 30

  • Box 10, Folder 3
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, 1926 June 6-September 26

  • Box 10, Folder 4
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, 1926 October 3-December

  • Box 10, Folder 5
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, 1927 January 2-March 27

  • Box 10, Folder 6
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, 1927 April 3-May 29

  • Box 10, Folder 7
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, 1927 June 5-September 11

  • Box 10, Folder 8
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, 1927 September 18-December 25

  • Box 10, Folder 9
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, 1928 January 8-March 28

  • Box 10, Folder 10
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, 1928 April 1-July 29

  • Box 10, Folder 11
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, 1928 August 6-December 29

  • Box 11, Folder 1
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, 1929 January 5-April 28

  • Box 11, Folder 2
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, 1929 May 5-September 29

  • Box 11, Folder 3
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, 1929 October 6-December 29

  • Box 11, Folder 4
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, 1930 January 5-March 30

  • Box 11, Folder 5
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, 1930 April 13-July 27

  • Box 11, Folder 6
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, 1930 August 3-December 28

  • Box 11, Folder 7
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, 1931 January 4-March 29

  • Box 11, Folder 8
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, 1931 April 15-August 30

  • Box 11, Folder 9
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, 1931 September 6-October 25

  • Box 11, Folder 10
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, 1931 November 1-December 27

  • Box 12, Folder 1
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, 1932 July 24-August 3

  • Box 12, Folder 2
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, 1934 July 28-1947 October 12

  • Box 12, Folder 3
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, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 4-5
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World War I materials, 1917-1921

Correspondence From France, 1921

  • Box 12, Folder 7
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Materials documenting role as army Chaplain, 1917-1921

  • Box 12, Folder 8-9
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Logan E. English, 1947-1983, undated

The Logan E. English series contains materials documenting the life and career of Logan E. English, 1928-1982. These materials include multiple drafts of original songs, poems, and plays, published materials, correspondence, and professional materials. The series is arranged into subseries by format.

Cassius Clay materials, 1957-1972, undated

Newspaper clippings, 1957-1971

  • Box 12, Folder 10
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Typed and hand written notes, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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An outline of scenes for a stage entertainment based on the life of one true American Cassius M. Clay, 1972 February 14

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Draft of Act I - scenes 1-3, undated

  • Box 12, Folder 13
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Draft Act I - scenes 1-4 (possibly final draft), undated

  • Box 12, Folder 14
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Draft Act I - scenes 6-9, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 1
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Revisions Act I - scenes 1, 2, 4, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 2
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Revisions Act I - Scenes 7, 8, 9, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 3
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Revisions Act I - scene 6, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 4
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Revisions Act I - scene 1, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 5
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A Suggested Stage Setting for an Entertainment based on the Life of Cassius Clay, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 6
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Original works, 1947-1983, undated

The Promise of A Progressive Civilization, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 7
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A Threadbare Tale of Unicorns, undated

  • Box 13, Folder 8
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Well Content to Die in Bliss, 1959 February 13

  • Box 13, Folder 9-10
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Osgood Perkins, 1953-1956

  • Box 13, Folder 11
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Character the Foundation of Americanism, 1947-1951

  • Box 13, Folder 12
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Ordination, 1970 September 3

  • Box 13, Folder 13
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Pierrot's First Note, 1965-1976

  • Box 13, Folder 14
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Remembering Galatea, 1973 November 15

  • Box 13, Folder 15
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Return, 1968 May 16

  • Box 13, Folder 16
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The Silver Star, 1965 November 14

  • Box 13, Folder 17
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Spring Morning (Another Note to Columbine), 1982 May 13

  • Box 14, Folder 1
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Thoughts of Columbine from the River, 1974 August 9

  • Box 14, Folder 2
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Thought on Walking Before Dawn, 1967 January 26

  • Box 14, Folder 3
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To a Woman, 1967 January 26

  • Box 14, Folder 4
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A Visitor, 1968 May 17

  • Box 14, Folder 5
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what is it, 1972 September 11

  • Box 14, Folder 6
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The Wind that Shakes the Barley, 1982 October 21

  • Box 14, Folder 7
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A Winter Note for Columbine (From Pierrot), circa 1976

  • Box 14, Folder 8
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A Charge, 1968 April 13

  • Box 14, Folder 9
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Columbine as First Sign of Spring, 1974 June 24

  • Box 14, Folder 11
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Eleu, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 12
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For Adam, 1966 January 2

  • Box 14, Folder 13
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For Columbine, draft with notes, 1977 October 24

  • Box 14, Folder 14
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From Notes to Columbine (From Pierrot), circa 1974

  • Box 14, Folder 15
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In the End is My Beginning, 1973 July 20

  • Box 14, Folder 16
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Kennebunk Port morning, draft, 1969 January 30

  • Box 14, Folder 17
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La Belle Dame Sans Merci 1966, 1966 December 10

  • Box 14, Folder 18
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A Midnight Watch or Motor Inn, drafts, 1966 December 12

  • Box 14, Folder 19
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Musician, typed drafts, 1966 October 6

  • Box 14, Folder 20
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, typed draft preface - VI, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 21
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, typed draft of section VII - VIII, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 22
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, draft of section XI, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 23
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, draft of section XII, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 24
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, draft for sections XV - XVIII, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 25
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, manuscript critiqued by Pat Keene, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 26
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, manuscript, 1978 May 28

  • Box 14, Folder 27
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November Reflections, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 28
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Notes for untitled poems, undated

  • Box 14, Folder 29
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Touching you in Certain Ways, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 1
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Untitled poems, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 2
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I am No Man but..., undated

  • Box 15, Folder 3
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Poe-Tree, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Stanch, draft, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Sea Shells, drafts, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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A Loan, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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The Bridges of Dublin, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 8
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Delmore, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 9
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The Cool Sweet Battle, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 10
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My Dogs, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 11
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Fancy Wing, screenplay, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 12
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Notes and dialogs for future plays, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 13
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Original song Bad News Has Come to Town, 1971 May 7

  • Box 15, Folder 14
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Original song Eidolon, 1971 April 24

  • Box 15, Folder 15
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Notes, drafts, and revisions for Going Back Where Wheatfields Wave (in Whispers), 1972 September 7

  • Box 15, Folder 16-17
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Notebook, undated

  • Box 15, Folder 18-26
  • Box 16, Folder 15-16
  • Box 16, Folder 1
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Miscellaneous writings, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 2
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Miscellaneous writings - poems, notes, and songs, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 3
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Notes on poems and songs, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 4
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Notes and writings written on the back of bank deposit slips, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 5
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Wyndhurst in June, 1964 September 3

  • Box 16, Folder 6
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Richard the Hire, notes, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 7
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Fancy Wing, Act I, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 12
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Fancy Wing, Act II, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 13
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Fancy Wing, Act III, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 14
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Notes, poems, and songs, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 9-11
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Untitled songs and poems, undated

  • Box 16, Folder 8
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Well Content to Die in Bliss, 1959 February 13

  • Box 18, Folder 27
  • Box 18, Folder 28
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The Silver Star, 1965 November 14

  • Box 18, Folder 29
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Personal notes on the script of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 31
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Requiem, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 45
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Drafts of The Silver Star, 1965-1971

  • Box 18, Folder 46
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Requiem, published in the Kentucky Poetry Review, 1983

  • Box 18, Folder 47
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Remembering Galatea, 1973-1974

  • Box 18, Folder 48
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For What He Taught Us and What He Gave Us, about Woody Guthrie, 1964

  • Box 18, Folder 49
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Untitled poem, 1972

  • Box 18, Folder 50
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Saratoga, NY Community Arts Project, 1983

  • Box 25, Folder 4
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Notes on various plays, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 5
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Journal entries reflecting on the violence at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, 1968 August

  • Box 25, Folder 6
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Notebooks, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 7-12
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Notebook, Mostly Songs, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 13
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Concert posters, undated

  • Box 25, Folder 14
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Wedding Songs, 1975 May 25

  • Box 25, Folder 15
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No Land Where I Have Traveled published in the Kentucky Poetry Review, 1979

  • Box 22, Folder 3
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Fancy Wing Act II, handwritten draft, undated

  • Box 22, Folder 4
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November Reflections published in the Kentucky Poetry Review, 1980

  • Box 22, Folder 5
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Artwork, undated

  • Box 22, Folder 6
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No Land Where I Have Traveled, handwritten draft with notes, undated

  • Box 22, Folder 7-9
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A Brief Biography, undated

  • Box 22, Folder 10
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Research notes, undated

  • Box 22, Folder 11-14
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Newspaper clippings, 1960-1983

, 1972-1979

  • Box 17, Folder 57
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Millersburg Military Institute Alumni News Article on Logan English, 1959 March

  • Box 18, Folder 30
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Magazine/newspaper clippings, 1960-1983

  • Box 25, Folder 16
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Magazine/Newspaper clippings, 1960-1964

  • Box 25, Folder 17
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Music materials, 1957-1982, undated

Stage directions for the Song Going Back to the Green Leaves, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 1
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Everything's Okay with stage notes, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 2
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Where the Wind Blows in the Green Leaves multiple drafts, 1971 April 16-1972 September 7

  • Box 18, Folder 3
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Hurricane Mine Disaster, 1971 May 12

  • Box 18, Folder 4
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I Can't Get Back Home Anymore, 1965 February 11

  • Box 18, Folder 5
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I Can't Get to London (Without You), 1976 June 19

  • Box 18, Folder 6
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I Don't Know (When I'll Be Back This Way), 1971 February 8

  • Box 18, Folder 7
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The Kentucky Longhunters, 1962 April 11

  • Box 18, Folder 8
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The Love Song of J. Walter Thompson, 1975 June 27

  • Box 18, Folder 9
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Mississippi Bulls, 1971 April 17

  • Box 18, Folder 10
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Murder at Cummins, 1971 May 16

  • Box 18, Folder 11
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Roll on John, 1968 February 4

  • Box 18, Folder 12
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The Second Day of July, 1972 July 15

  • Box 18, Folder 13
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The Signing Sands, 1971 May 21

  • Box 18, Folder 14
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Wedding Song, 1975 September 5

  • Box 18, Folder 15
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Yellow Perfume, 1969 March 30

  • Box 18, Folder 16
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Notebook with original songs, set lists, and notes, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 17
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Notebook Songs Made Up and Come Across, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 18
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Untitled original songs, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 19
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Untitled song, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 20
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List of songs, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 21
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Belknap Folk and Craft Festival program, 1971 September

  • Box 18, Folder 22
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Institute of American Music presents Logan English in a Program of American Music, 1964 May 2

  • Box 18, Folder 23
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Ticket to John Redpath and Logan English Concert at Notre Dame University, 1963 April 5

  • Box 18, Folder 24
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Paris (KY.) Arts Club presents Logan English in Concert, 1982 June 6

  • Box 18, Folder 25
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Eidolon stage directions, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 26
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Stage directions for performing Hurricane Mine Disaster, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 32
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Stage directions for I Can't Go Back Home Anymore, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 33
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Stage directions for Murder at Commins, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 34
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Stage directions for Singing Sands, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 35
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Performance directions and lyrics for Yellow Perfume, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 36
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Album insert drafts for Woody Guthrie's Children's Songs written by Logan English and album performed by Logan English, 1974 August 15

  • Box 18, Folder 37-38
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Appearance announcements, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 39
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Kentucky Folk Songs and Ballads sung by Logan English grooved audio disc, 1957

  • Box 29, Item 1
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The Days of '49: Songs of the Gold Rush grooved audio disc, 1957

  • Box 29, Item 2
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Gambling Songs by Logan English grooved audio disc, 1957

  • Box 29, Item 3
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The Folk Singers of Washington Square grooved audio disc, 1960s

  • Box 29, Item 4
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Monitor presents Logan English in American Folk Ballads grooved audio disc, undated

  • Box 29, Item 5
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Logan English Sings the Woody Guthrie Songbag grooved audio disc, 1964

  • Box 29, Item 6
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Woody Guthrie's Children's songs sung by Logan English grooved audio disc, 1974

  • Box 29, Item 7
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Gambling Songs by Logan English audio cassette, undated

  • Box 29, Item 8
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American Folk Ballads by Logan English audiocassette, undated

  • Box 29, Item 9
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Songs and poems audio cassette, undated

  • Box 29, Item 10-11
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Song for a Nation, 1963

  • Box 22, Folder 1
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Pretty Little Girl Don't Do Me Wrong, 1963

  • Box 22, Folder 2
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Professional materials, 1972-1975, undated

Resume, 1975 November 15

  • Box 18, Folder 40
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Contacts and leads, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 41
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Letter to Kentucky Arts Council about possible performances, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 42
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Kentucky State Poetry Competition judge materials, 1972

  • Box 18, Folder 43
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Correspondence, 1965-1982, undated

Logan E. English letter to Mrs. Logan B. English (Mother), 1970 August 20

  • Box 17, Folder 1
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Ellen Whilley letter to Logan E. English (includes a poem), undated

  • Box 17, Folder 2
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Letter written by Logan E. English for The Folksingers Committee concerning the abolition of blacklisting, undated

  • Box 17, Folder 3
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Western Union congratulations card to Logan E. English form the Tortilla Flat Regulars, 1965 March 4

  • Box 17, Folder 4
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Logan E. English to his mother - contains Pooh poems, 1966 February 2

  • Box 17, Folder 5
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Mrs. Robert H. Van Meter Jr. letter to Logan English, 1967 September 8

  • Box 17, Folder 6
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Richard Seff letter to Logan English rejecting publication of Fancy's Wing, 1969 June 9

  • Box 17, Folder 7
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Barbara S. Pearson letter to Logan English, 1970 April 6

  • Box 17, Folder 8
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Marjorie Mazia Guthrie, 1970 June 4

  • Box 17, Folder 9
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Irene Freely letter to Logan English concerning the Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease, 1970 August 16

  • Box 17, Folder 10
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Marjorie Guthrie letter to Logan English concerning the Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease, 1970 August 24

  • Box 17, Folder 11
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Ray Baily letter to Logan English c/o The Oxford Pub, 1970 November 25

  • Box 17, Folder 12
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Sara Lee letter to Logan English, 1971 May 13

  • Box 17, Folder 13
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Jon Jory of the Actors Theatre of Louisville letter to Logan English, 1971 May 19-August 6

  • Box 17, Folder 14
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Joel Nussbaum of Hayt, Hayt, Tolmach, and Landau letter to Logan English, 1971 April 16

  • Box 17, Folder 15
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V.A. Bradley of Bradley, Blanton, and Prewitt to Moses Lerman Council at law concerning English v. English, 1971 September 17-November 9

  • Box 17, Folder 16
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George Howe Director of Student Activities University of Louisville letter to Logan English, 1971 September 29

  • Box 17, Folder 17
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Frank Lacy letter to Logan English concerning real estate insurance, 1971 November 29

  • Box 17, Folder 18
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Yale Alumni Records Office letter to Logan English, 1972 January 6

  • Box 17, Folder 19
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From Hayt, Hayt, Tolmach and Landau law firm to the Sheriff of Bourbon Co., KY, 1971 January 8

  • Box 17, Folder 20
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Joy Bale of Approaches letter to Logan English concerning the publication of his poems, 1972 January 8

  • Box 17, Folder 21
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Garth letter to Logan English concerning his plays, 1972 January 24

  • Box 17, Folder 22
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Taub? letter to Logan English, 1972 February 4

  • Box 17, Folder 23
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Sam Price of Aire International to Logan English concerning recording his music, 1972 February 22

  • Box 17, Folder 24
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David Snoden to Logan English concerning the recording of his song about the Hyden Mine Disaster 2 letters, 1972 March-April

  • Box 17, Folder 25
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Barbara Edwards to Logan English about playing a folk festival, 1972 March

  • Box 17, Folder 26
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Postcard to Logan English from Sharon, undated

  • Box 17, Folder 27
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Linda Reeder to Logan English concerning the 1972 Kentucky State Poetry Contest, 1972 July 16

  • Box 17, Folder 28
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Dan Phillips writing to Logan English about Phillps' poetry, undated

  • Box 17, Folder 29
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David Diamnam to Logan English concerning the Brooklyn Philharmonic Youth Program, 1972 October 26

  • Box 17, Folder 30
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Marjorie Mazia Guthrie letter to Logan English concerning the Conference on Huntington Disease, 1973 May 7

  • Box 17, Folder
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Arthur Freely letter to Logan English concerning Yale Club of New York City, 1973 May 25

  • Box 17, Folder
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NY Giants Football Team letter to Logan English concerning the poor performance of the team, 1974 February 8

  • Box 17, Folder 33
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Student Christian Movement letter to Logan English, 1974 March 6

  • Box 17, Folder 34
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Martha Clay letter to Logan English concerning the death of Peter Anderly, 1974 May 29

  • Box 17, Folder 35
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Mrs. Logan B. English letter to Logan E. English concerning wage and tax statements, 1974

  • Box 17, Folder 36
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[Yaddo] letter to Logan English, 1974 March 21

  • Box 17, Folder 37
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Postcard from Sloth and Andy to Logan English, 1975 March 13

  • Box 17, Folder 38
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John Jory letter to Logan English concerning the Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1976 February 16

  • Box 17, Folder 39
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Margie Van Meter letter to Logan English concerning his poetry, 1976 June 8

  • Box 17, Folder 40
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Belkan Folkland Crafts Festival letter to Logan English, 1976 July 8

  • Box 17, Folder 41
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D. Menick of Kenwood Elementary letter to Logan English, 1976 November 29

  • Box 17, Folder 42
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Donna Merrick letter to Logan English, 1976-1977

  • Box 17, Folder 43
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John J. Carusone (attorney) letter to Logan English, 1977 February 3

  • Box 17, Folder 44
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Paucah City-County Arts Council letter to Logan English, 1977 July 8

  • Box 17, Folder 45
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NY State Thruway Authority letter to Logan English, 1977 December 30

  • Box 17, Folder 46
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Karen Stairs letter to Logan English, 1978 July 12

  • Box 17, Folder 47
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Wade Hall letter to Logan English concerning the Kentucky Poetry Review, 1978 August 13

  • Box 17, Folder 48
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Kentucky Arts Commission letter to Logan English, 1979 November

  • Box 17, Folder 49
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Bob Van Meter letter to Logan English, 1980 January 14

  • Box 17, Folder 50
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The Paris (KY) Arts Club letter to Logan English, 1982 May 2

  • Box 17, Folder 51
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International Association of Chiefs of Police letter to Logan English, 1982 June 9

  • Box 17, Folder 52
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Yale Drama Alumni Fund letter to Logan English, 1982 October

  • Box 17, Folder 53
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Barbara Guthrie letter to Woody Guthrie includes a review of the album Logan English Sings Woody Guthrie, undated

  • Box 17, Folder 54
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Christmas cards, undated

  • Box 17, Folder 55-56
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Letter from MS. Magazine to Logan English concerning his poem The Silver Star, undated

  • Box 18, Folder 44
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Photographs, 1889-1982, undated

The Photographs series documents the English family. The majority of the photographs came from a photo album and depicts Logan E. English as a young boy at the family home Wyndover. Other photographs include Frederick W. Eberhardt, Woodson English, Logan B. English, and Corilla English.

Cabinet card portrait of Fredrick W. Eberhardt taken in St. Louis, Missouri, 1889

  • Box 19, Item 1
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Frederick W. Eberhardt (right) with unidentified man, circa 1940

  • Box 19, Item 2
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Frederick W. Eberhardt at the Georgetown Baptist Church Bible Department Library, circa 1940

  • Box 19, Item 3
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Unidentified man in military uniform, circa 1960

  • Box 19, Item 4
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Unidentified man with three unidentified women, circa 1930

  • Box 19, Item 5
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Woodson L. English photograph taken in Cincinnati, OH, circa 1960

  • Box 19, Item 6
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Woodson L. English, circa 1950

  • Box 19, Item 7
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Woodson L. English photograph taken by Alston Studios, circa 1950

  • Box 19, Item 8
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Photo booth images of Logan E. English, circa 1982

  • Box 19, Item 9
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Logan E. English with his wife Barbara Eaton English in matching nightshirts at Wyndhurst, 1962 December

  • Box 19, Item 10
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Logan E. English riding a bicycle on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1939 October 28

  • Box 19, Item 11
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Logan E. English with bicycle at Wyndhurst, 1939 October 28

  • Box 19, Item 12
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Logan E. English with wagon on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1938 March

  • Box 19, Item 13
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Logan E. English saluting in soldier costume outside of Wyndhurst, 1939 November 11

  • Box 19, Item 14
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Logan E. English pretending to fire toy pistol outside of Wyndhurst, 1939 November 11

  • Box 19, Item 15
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Logan E. English in soldier costume outside of Wyndhurst, 1939 November 11

  • Box 19, Item 16
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Logan E. English standing outside of Wyndhurst, 1939 November 11

  • Box 19, Item 17
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Logan E. English (left) and Woodson L. English standing outside of Wyndhurst, 1939 November 11

  • Box 19, Item 18
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Woodson L. English (left) and Logan E. English playing on the Wyndhurst estate, circa 1936

  • Box 19, Item 19
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Logan E. English standing on the front steps of Wyndhurst, 1932 September 18

  • Box 19, Item 20
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Logan E. English with dog on the front steps of Wyndhurst, 1932 September 18

  • Box 19, Item 21-22
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Workers, tractors and trucks assembled for working. Logan E. English stands in the center foreground of the photograph. Taken at Wyndurst, 1930s

  • Box 19, Item 23
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Logan B. English and Logan E. English outside their home in Henderson, Kentucky, 1935 April 20

  • Box 19, Item 24
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Corilla E. English (right) with Frederick W. Eberhardt holding Logan E. English at the English home in Henderson, Kentucky, 1930 April 20

  • Box 19, Item 25
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Logan E. English performing in a stage production, likely at the Yale School of Drama, 1950s

  • Box 19, Item 26
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Logan E. English (second from left) performs in a stage production likely at the Yale School of Drama, 1950s

  • Box 19, Item 27-28
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Woodson L. English (left) and Logan E. English on bicycles at Wyndhurst, 1939 October 28

  • Box 19, Item 29-30
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Logan E. English (far right), Woodson L. English (front right), Frederick W. Eberhardt (back), Corilla E. English (center, back), and several unidentified individuals, circa 1940

  • Box 19, Item 31
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English family dog in the stairwell at Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 1-3
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Corilla E. English and Woodson L. English, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 4
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Corilla E. English with cake, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 5
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A bedroom at Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 6-7
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Parlour at Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 8
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View of Wyndhurst grounds from the roof of the main house, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 9
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Exterior of Wyndhurst and driveway, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 10
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Side view of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 11
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Panoramic view of the grounds and driveway of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 12
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View of Wyndhurst grounds, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 13
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Side view of the exterior of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 14
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Exterior of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 15
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View of Wyndhurst grounds, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 16
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Exterior of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 17
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Exterior of Wyndhurst in winter, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 18-19
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Exterior of Wyndhurst and grounds in winter, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 20-21
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Guest house on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 22
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Woodson L. English photo booth photograph, 1950s

  • Box 20, Item 23
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Woodson L. English, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 24
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Woodson L. English third grade school picture Paris School in Paris, KY, 1945 April

  • Box 20, Item 25
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Logan B. English, Frederick W. Eberhardt and a group of unidentified individuals having an outdoor meal at Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 26
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Frederick W. Eberhardt (bottom left), Logan B. English (top left), and three identified men on the front steps of Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 27
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Home of Logan B. English and Family in Henderson, KY, 1929

  • Box 20, Item 28-29
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Logan B. English (top left), Corilla E. English (bottom right), and unidentified individuals on front steps of Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 30
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Logan B. English's Officer Identity Card. Contains information on rank and duty, 1914-1918

  • Box 20, Item 31
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Corilla E. English carrying a tray on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 32
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Corilla E. English with unidentified couple, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 33
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Corilla E. English, circa 1915

  • Box 20, Item 34
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Unidentified nurse, circa 1960

  • Box 20, Item 35
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Boy posing for school picture, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 36-41
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Unidentified baby, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 42
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Unidentified family, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 43
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Jim and John (last names not given) outside Wynhurst, circa 1940

  • Box 20, Item 44
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Jim, Edith, and John (last names not given) outside of Wyndhurst, circa 1940

  • Box 20, Item 45
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Unidentified man, circa 1950

  • Box 20, Item 46
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An unidentified woman standing in front of horses, circa 1940

  • Box 20, Item 47
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Man smoking a pipe reading The Atlantic magazine, circa 1940

  • Box 20, Item 48
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Unidentified man, circa 1950

  • Box 20, Item 49
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Three individual outside Wyndhurst, possibly Carron English on the far right, 1936 May

  • Box 20, Item 50
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Two boys eating outdoors at Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 51
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Group of women on steps of Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 52
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Tillie LaRue on the steps of Wyndhurst, 1920s

  • Box 20, Item 53
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Group of identified women, circa 1915

  • Box 20, Item 54
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Logan E. English in a bassinette in Henderson, KY, 1929 April 25

  • Box 20, Item 55
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Frederick W. Eberhardt holding Logan E. English, 1929 April 22

  • Box 20, Item 56-57
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Logan B. English holding Logan E. English, 1929 April 22

  • Box 20, Item 58
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Corilla E. English holding Logan E. English in Henderson, KY, 1929 April 22

  • Box 20, Item 60
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Logan E. English as an infant in a chair, 1929 May 1

  • Box 20, Item 61-62
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Infant Logan E. English at family home in Henderson, KY, 1929 May 1

  • Box 20, Item 63-64
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Corilla E. English holding Logan E. English at the family home in Henderson, KY, 1929 May 12

  • Box 20, Item 65
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Infant Logan E. English in bassinette at Henderson, KY, 1929 May 18

  • Box 20, Item 66
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Infant Logan E. English at Henderson, KY home, 1929 May 18

  • Box 20, Item 67-69
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Frederick W. Eberhardt holding Logan E. English, 1929 May 18

  • Box 20, Item 70
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Infant Logan E. English in playpen, 1929 May 22

  • Box 20, Item 71-72
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Logan B. English holding Logan E. English at Henderson, KY, 1929 May 22

  • Box 20, Item 73-74
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F.W. Eberhardt holding Logan E. English, 1929 May 22

  • Box 20, Item 75
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Infant Logan E. English sitting in grass at Wyndhurst, 1929 August

  • Box 20, Item 76
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Logan E. English in stroller, undated

  • Box 20, Item 77-82
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Infant Logan E. English, 1929 August

  • Box 20, Item 83
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Corilla E. English holding Logan E. English, 1929 August

  • Box 20, Item 84-88
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Infant Logan E. English, 1929 April 29

  • Box 20, Item 89-92
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Exterior of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 20, Item 93
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Logan B. English holding Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1929 August

  • Box 21, Item 1-2
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Logan E. English on the steps of Wyndhurst, 1929 August

  • Box 21, Item 3-5
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Logan E. English being held by an unidentified woman, 1929 August

  • Box 21, Item 5-7
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Baby Logan E. English sitting in the grass at Henderson, KY, 1929 October

  • Box 21, Item 8-10
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Baby Logan E. English in his playpen at the family home in Henderson, KY, 1929 October

  • Box 21, Item 11
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Infant Logan E. English in front of the family home in Henderson, KY, 1930 February 20

  • Box 21, Item 12-14
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Infant Logan E. English standing in the grass at the family home in Henderson, KY, 1930 February 20

  • Box 21, Item 15-17
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Infant Logan E. English in high chair, 1930 February 20

  • Box 21, Item 18-19
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Logan E. English at the family home in Henderson, KY, 1930 February 20

  • Box 21, Item 20-28
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Logan E. English possibly at the home of Mr. John Williams Bourbon County, KY, 1930 July

  • Box 21, Item 29-36
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Corilla E. English and Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1930 August

  • Box 21, Item 37
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1930 August

  • Box 21, Item 38-40
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1935 July

  • Box 21, Item 41-42
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Logan E. English and an unidentified little girl, 1935 August

  • Box 21, Item 43
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Logan E. English outside of Wyndhurst, 1936 January

  • Box 21, Item 44
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Logan E. English's school picture - most likely first or second grade, 1935

  • Box 21, Item 45
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Logan E. English and Woodson L. English on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1936 July

  • Box 21, Item 46
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Logan E. English playing football on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1936 September

  • Box 21, Item 47-49
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Logan E. English (left), Woodson L. English, and Logan B. English at Wyndhurst, 1936

  • Box 21, Item 50
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Logan E. English with unidentifed woman at Wyndhurst, 1932

  • Box 21, Item 51-52
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Logan E. English petting a dog at Wyndhurst, 1932

  • Box 21, Item 53
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1932

  • Box 21, Item 54
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Logan E. English (left) with two unidentified children in a garden, 1932

  • Box 21, Item 55
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Logan E. English (first row right side) with unidentified group, circa 1932

  • Box 21, Item 56
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Exterior of Wyndhurst, circa 1932

  • Box 21, Item 57
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The grounds at Wyndhurst, circa 1930

  • Box 21, Item 58
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Logan E. English standing with baseball bat on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1937

  • Box 21, Item 59
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Logan E. English with a baseball glove at Wyndhurst, 1937

  • Box 21, Item 60
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Woodson L. English and Logan E. English playing at Wyndhurst, 1937

  • Box 21, Item 61-62
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Logan E. English playing football at Wyndhurst, 1937 December

  • Box 21, Item 63-65
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Logan E. English in superhero costume at Wyndhurst, 1938 July

  • Box 21, Item 66
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Stanly Dickson (left) and Logan E. English at the Cincinnati Zoo, 1938 August

  • Box 21, Item 67
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Logan E. English (left) and Woodson L. English (front)at Wyndhurst, 1940

  • Box 21, Item 68
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Logan E. English (left) and Woodson L. English at Wyndhurst, 1945

  • Box 21, Item 69
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Logan E. English in Native American costume at Wyndhurst, 1941

  • Box 21, Item 70
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1941

  • Box 21, Item 71-74
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Logan E. English in a cadet uniform at Wyndhurst, 1942

  • Box 21, Item 75-77
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Logan E. English Millersburg Military Institute school portrait, 1942-1943

  • Box 21, Item 78
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Logan E. English photo booth picture, 1944 July 27

  • Box 21, Item 79-80
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1944 October 28

  • Box 21, Item 81-82
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Logan E. English at Wyndhurst, 1945 May 13

  • Box 21, Item 83-84
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Logan E. English and Woodson L. English at Wyndhurst, 1945 May 13

  • Box 21, Item 85
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Logan E. English standing in front of two cars, 1950

  • Box 21, Item 86
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Logan E. English in front of a Chevrolet, 1950

  • Box 21, Item 87
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Logan E. English in front of Chevrolet with Beatrice Alice Ford, and Susanne Wolf, 1950

  • Box 21, Item 88
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Logan E. English in casual uniform at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Written on the back Ready to fight like Nathen Hale, notice the determined, belligerent yet calm and cool attitude, look out communists, 1951

  • Box 21, Item 89
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Logan E. English leading army officers in physical training exercises at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Written on the back The mighty storm troopers with Colonel English commanding. You have to look real hard to see me as the sun was getting low. I am giving them physical training., undated

  • Box 21, Item 90
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Logan E. English in army uniform at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Written on the back Again I assume a battle condition of the mind as I prepare to rally forth into Augusta on a Saturday pass., 1951

  • Box 21, Item 91
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Logan E. English in army uniform with rifle at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Written on the back I gird on my sword and buckly and prepare, like Gideon, for battle. , 1951

  • Box 21, Item 92
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Logan E. English at Camp Gordon, Georgia, 1951

  • Box 21, Item 93-95
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Photomatic image of Logan E. English at Camp Gordon, Georgia, 1951

  • Box 21, Item 96
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Logan E. English in army attire on the steps at Wyndhurst, 1951 December 31

  • Box 21, Item 97-102
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Woodson L. English, undated

  • Box 21, Item 103
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Frederick W. Eberhardt (Left) and a group of unidentifed men seated at a table, circa 1940

  • Box 23, Item 1
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Silver print portrait of Fredrick W. Eberhard, circa 1910

  • Box 23, Item 2
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Exterior of Wyndhurst in Fall. Photographs appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 3-5
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The Front Hall of Wyndhurst. Photograph appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 6
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Corilla E. English sitting at Family desk. Photograph appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 7
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Dinning room of Wyndhust. Photograph appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 8
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Front staircase of Wyndhurst. Photograph appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 9
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The parlour of Wyndhurst. Photograph appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader on November 5, 1967, 1967

  • Box 23, Item 10-11
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Contact Sheet containing five promotional images of Logan E. English. Two of the images (right and top center) were published in the November 12, 1958 edition of the Courier Journal Magazine, 1958

  • Box 23, Item 12
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Mounted photograph of Logan E. English, 1950s

  • Box 23, Item 13
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Promotional photograph of Logan E. English, circa 1961

  • Box 23, Item 14
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Promotional photograph of Logan E. English sitting on the floor with his guitar. Appeared in the May 7, 1961 edition of the Lexington Herald-Leader, circa 1961

  • Box 23, Item 15
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Logan E. English posing with his banjo, circa 1962

  • Box 23, Item 16
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Logan E. English posing with guitar, circa 1962

  • Box 23, Item 17
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Logan E. English playing guitar outside. The photograph appeared in the November 1, 1962 of The Villager, circa 1962

  • Box 23, Item 18
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Young people dancing with group of identified musicians performing, 1960s

  • Box 23, Item 19
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Logan E. English sits at a diner in White Plains, New York, circa 1963

  • Box 23, Item 20
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Logan E. English (left) and Bruce Longhorne play guitar while Maria Breman sings, 1962

  • Box 23, Item 24
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Logan E. English (left), an unidentified male performer, and Carolyn Hester sing at an unknown venue, circa 1962

  • Box 23, Item 25
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Logan E. English singing and playing banjo, circa 1962

  • Box 23, Item 26
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Logan E. English performs at Grossingers Catskill Resort Hotel, near Liberty, New York, 1963

  • Box 23, Item 27
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Logan E. English and Corilla E. English dinning before a performance at Stoner Creek Country Club sponsored by the Paris Arts Club, 1982 June 6

  • Box 23, Item 29
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Negative of Logan B. English and baby Logan E. English outside their home in Henderson, KY on Easter, 1935

  • Box 24, Item 1
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Two women standing on the front lawn of Wyndhurst, 1980

  • Box 24, Item 2-5
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The English family dog on the lawn at Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 6
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Negative of Woodson L. English with English family dog on the grounds of Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 7
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Negative of English family dog, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 8
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Negative of Corilla E. English and family dog, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 9
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Negative of Corilla E. English with group of unidentified women in the Wyndurst parlor, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 10
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Negative of Corilla E. English standing at Wyndhurst, 1980s

  • Box 24, Item 11
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Logan E. English standing in front of trucks, tractors, and workers, 1930s

  • Box 24, Item 12
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The Eberhardt and English families at Wyndhurst, circa 1960

  • Box 24, Item 13-14
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Promotional photograph of Logan English playing his guitar, circa 1962

  • Box 30, Item 2-3
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Assorted, 1896-1919, 1955-1982, undated

The Assorted series contains realia, artwork, and ephemera that belonged to the English family.

Tuning fork, eye glasses, and the contents of a wallet belonging to Logan E. English, 1955-1982

  • Box 27
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Logan B. English's writing kit from World War I, 1914-1919

  • Box 28
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Logan E. English's wristwatch and medal, undated

  • Box 27
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Wrist watch and medal, undated

  • Box 30, Folder 1
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Clippings, undated

  • Box 30, Folder 4
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Sketches, undated

  • Box 30, Folder 5
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Pages from Ladies Home Journal, 1896 June

  • Box 31, Folder 7
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