Inventory of the Hubert McLendon Collection, 1776 - 1999 Mss.Coll.014

Inventory of the Hubert McLendon Collection, 1776 - 1999
Mss.Coll.014


This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.
Elon University



© 2012 Elon University. All Rights Reserved.

Contact Information:

Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Elon University
2550 Campus Box
Elon, North Carolina
27244
336-278-6599
Email: belkarchives@elon.edu
URL: http://www.elon.edu/e-web/library/libraryinfo/archiveinfo.xhtml

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Hubert McLendon
Title: Hubert McLendon Collection, 1776 - 1999
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in Belk Library Archives Satellite Shelving at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: This collection contains eight boxes of documents and miscellaneous items collected by Mr. Hubert McLendon. The items in this collection consist of a broad variety of materials which mainly pertain to Mr. McLendon's Confederate interest in the Civil War. He compiled a large amount of papers from book chapters to essays to magazines to photographs within this interest. The collection is arranged alphabetically by type of material into fifty-five series, then chronologically within each series, where applicable.
Extent: 6.5 linear feet, 8 archival boxes

Back to Top

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


Back to Top

Copyright Notice

The nature of the Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library claims only physical ownership of most materials. The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to the U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research of otherwise should be fully credited with the source.


Back to Top

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Hubert McLendon Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


Back to Top

Gift or Purchase Note

Gift, 1996.


Back to Top

Accession Information

Not applicable


Back to Top

Processing Information

Processed by Jenn Herring, May, 2012

Encoded by Katie Nash, June, 2012


Back to Top

Back to Top

Biographical Note

Hubert F. "Mac" McLendon was a collector of books and various memorabilia pertaining to the Civil War (primarily with a Southern focus). He was a life-long resident of Burlington, North Carolina. To learn more biographical information about Hubert McLendon, please consult series 16, folder 13 and series 38, folder 21.


Back to Top

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains eight boxes of documents and miscellaneous items collected by Mr. Hubert McLendon. The items in this collection consist of a broad variety of materials which mainly pertain to Mr. McLendon's Confederate interest in the Civil War. He compiled a large amount of papers from book chapters to essays to magazines to photographs within this interest. The collection is arranged alphabetically by type of material into fifty-five series, then chronologically within each series, where applicable.

The smaller series in this collection are academic transcripts, agendas, artifacts, awards, book chapters, book reviews, brochures, by-laws, catalogs, certificates, constitutions, course information, currency, diaries, flyers, guidelines, lists, lyrics, membership information, memberships, menus, minutes, music scores, newsletter clippings, newspaper, pamphlets, portraits, poetry, posters, presentations, printed material, reminiscences, reports, research notes, resolutions, sermons, and speeches. For more information about each series, see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."

The genealogy series contains papers of when Mr. McLendon researched his family's heritage. Other series that include genealogical type information include certificates and posters. The series invitations, journal articles, magazine clippings, magazines, member lists, newspaper clippings, postcards, and programs are larger than the previously mentioned smaller series', though not the largest series in the collection. The maps series contains several battle maps, showing the progression of the Battle of Gettysburg (1912), the First Battles of Manassas (1981) and the Second Battle of Manassas (1985). There is also a hand drawn map of Danville, Virginia from 1829 in the prints and drawing series. The membership cards were collected by Mr. McLendon from 1957 to 1984. He was a member in a variety of southern organizations such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Military Order of the Stars and Bars.

The largest series' are correspondence and newsletters. Most of the letters in the correspondence series were written by Mr. McLendon from 1957 to 1994 and pertain to his interests in the Confederate side of the Civil War. There are several facsimile copies of letters dated from the late 1800s, as well. To see a complete listing of Civil War related newsletters in this collection, see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection." The essay series includes several essays written by Mr. McLendon, mainly concerning the Civil War. However, other topics are represented such as American education, faith and belief, and Rudyard Kipling. The book review series contains further essays written by Mr. McLendon.

The photographs in this collection include General Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, President Jefferson Davis and members of his cabinet, the generals of the Confederacy, and other Civil War soldiers. None of the photographs are originals, only copies and re-prints. Also included in this series are photos of Mr. Hubert McLendon. The prints and drawings series include two prints, one of Confederate commanders and the other of Union commanders.

The photographs in this collection include General Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, President Jefferson Davis and members of his cabinet, the generals of the Confederacy, and other Civil War soldiers. None of the photographs are originals, only copies and re-prints. Also included in this series are photos of Mr. Hubert McLendon. The prints and drawings series include two prints, one of Confederate commanders and the other of Union commanders.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged alphabetically by type of material into fifty-five series, then chronologically within each series, where applicable.


Back to Top

Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Confederate States of America -- History.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Correspondence.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Photography.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Periodicals.
Confederate States of America -- History -- Sources.
Elon University -- Archival resources.

Back to Top

Related Material

Hubert McLendon's extensive book collection, along with this manuscript collection were donated to Elon College (specifically to the Iris Holt McEwen Library, now Belk Library) in 1996. All of the books are cataloged and part of the McLendon Civil War collection. The titles can be accessed from the Carol Grotnes Belk Library's online catalog by searching 'McLendon' as a call number.

Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Academic Transcripts. 1838-1842.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains an academic transcript for Daniel H. Hill of South Carolina. It appears to be a summary of his academics at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. Consider this item as a supplement to the item in series 13, folder 1.
Folder 1. Academic Transcripts. Hill, Daniel H. 1838-1842.
2. Agendas. Inclusive: 1980-1999. Bulk: 1982-1988.
3 Folders. 8 Items.
This series contains agendas and/or itineraries from conventions for different organizations, predominantly the North Carolina Civil War Round Table.
Folder 1. Agendas. Undated.
Folder 2. Agendas. 1980-1989.
Folder 3. Agendas. 1990-1999.
3. Artifacts. 1987.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This artifact is a plaque that commemorates Hubert F. McLendon’s service to and perfect attendance at the North Carolina Civil War Round Table from 1955 to 1987.
Folder 1. Artifacts. 1987.
4. Awards. 1979.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series includes a special award given to Hubert McLendon for support of the Masters Degree program in National Security Studies at Georgetown University.
Folder 1. Awards. 1979.
* Special Recognition Ward Center for International Security Studies (Georgetown University)
5. Book Chapters. Inclusive: 1904-1990. Bulk: 1983-1990.
5 Folders. 5 Items.
The book chapters included in this series generally pertain to the Civil War, concerned mainly with the military. There is one chapter documenting a family story of reunion entitled “The Reunion (A Dolls’ Story)” (5:5).
Folder 1. Book Chapters. 1904.
* The Centennial of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York 1802-1902. Volume 1-Addresses and Histories "Service of Graduates in the Civil War" by Major W. E. Birkhimer
Folder 2. Book Chapters. 1950s.
* Foreword to "South After Gettysburg: Letters of Cornelia Hancock, 1863-1868" by Bruce Catton
Folder 3. Book Chapters. 1970.
* "War Medals of the Confederacy" by Bauman L. Belden
Folder 4. Book Chapters. 1983.
* Chapter 46, North Carolina from "American Military Equipage 1851-1872 Volume II. State Forces" by Frederick P. Todd (Chatham Square Press, 1983)
Folder 5. Book Chapters. 1988-1990.
Book Chapters-1988-1990 * "The Reunion (A Doll Story)" by Dare J. Boles, 1988 [A Program presented to the Colonel John Sloan Camp, SCV; April 17, 1990; by F. Lawrence McFall, Jr.]
6. Book Reviews. Undated.
1 Folder. 6 Items.
This series contains reviews written by Hubert McLendon on books of various topics. Most of the titles pertain to American history. Several of the reviews are biographies of Beethoven, Benjamin Franklin, Franz Schubert, Christopher Columbus, and John Quincy Adams. One review is on a book entitled Jay’s Treaty: A Study in Commerce and Diplomacy by Samuel Flagg Bemis.
Folder 1. Book Reviews. Undated.
* "Jay's Treaty: A Study in Commerce and Diplomacy" by Samuel Flagg Bemis/Review by H.F. McLendon
* "John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy" by Samuel Flagg Bemis/Review by H.F. McLendon
* "Benjamin Franklin" by Carl Van Doren/Review by H.F. McLendon
* "The Life of Beethoven" by Alice M. Diehl/Review by H.F. McLendon
* "Franz Schubert: The Man and His Circle" by Newman Flower/Review by H.F. McLendon
* "Admiral of the Ocean Sea: A Life of Christopher Columbus" by Samuel Eliot Morison/Review by H.F. McLendon
7. Brochures. Undated.
1 Folder. 6 Items.
This series includes brochures about Gettysburg’s (military park) tourist attractions; Lee Chapel and Museum in Lexington, Virginia; genealogical research at the North Carolina State Archives; and the North Carolina Arsenal.
Folder 1. Brochures. Undated.
* Sons of the Revolution
* Genealogical Research in the North Carolina State Archives
* Tar Hell Tracks-Genealogical Research in North Carolina
* The North Carolina Arsenal at Fayetteville (of 1838-1865)
* Lee Chapel and Museum
* Gettysburg (2 copies)
8. By-Laws. 1986.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains the by-laws for the Colonel John Sloan Camp Number 1290 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans based out of Greensboro, North Carolina.
Folder 1. By-Laws. Sons of Confederate Veterans Col. John Sloan Camp. 1986.
9. Catalog. 1986-1987.
2 Folders. 3 Items.
This series includes catalogs that contain information about uniforms and flags used during the American Civil War. The “Catalogue of Uniforms” was published by The Museum of the Confederacy and includes pictures illustrating various descriptions of the uniforms featured in the catalog (9:1). Another catalog is entitled “Flags of the Civil War” and includes pictures of the flags used during the Civil War, along with price lists for different sized reproductions (9:2).
Folder 1. Catalog. Catalogue of Uniforms. 1987.
* Museum of the Confederacy
Folder 2. Catalog. Flags of the Civil War. 1986.
10. Certificates. Inclusive: 1958-1988. Bulk: 1980s.
7 Folders. 10 Items.
Included in this series are certificates commemorating the contribution and involvement of Hubert McLendon with various organizations. Two of the certificates pertain to membership within family clans, showing the ancestry of Mr. McLendon (10:5).
Folder 1. Certificates. Undated.
Folder 2. Certificates. 1958.
Folder 3. Certificates. 1967.
Folder 4. Certificates. 1977.
Folder 5. Certificates. 1978.
Folder 6. Certificates. 1980.
Folder 7. Certificates. 1986-1988.
11. Constitutions. 1983.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
The constitutions included in this series are for the North Carolina Civil War Round Table.
Folder 1. Constitutions. North Carolina Civil War Round Table, Inc. Undated.
Folder 2. Constitutions. Sons of Confederate Veterans. 1983.
12. Correspondence. Inclusive: 1862-1994. Bulk: 1958-1994.
58 Folders. Circa 130 Items.
Contained in this series are letters collected by Mr. McLendon. The letters are both personal and business, containing correspondence regarding conferences, organizations, invitations, literary inquiries, etc. The first letter addressed to Mr. McLendon is from 1947 and many of the letters in the following decades are evidence of Mr. McLendon’s interest in collecting author’s signatures for the books in his library, now the McLendon Civil War Collection at the Carol Grotnes Belk Library at Elon University.
The earliest letters date from 1862 and are personal letters from the Civil War era. One letter was written by an H.G. McMullan from Camp L’an in June 1862 (12:2). Another folder contains copies of letters from the Bedinger-Dandridge Family papers and the Marshall McDonald papers (12:3). Folder 4 in this series includes a copy of General Robert Edward Lee’s farewell letter to his troops at the conclusion of the Civil War in 1865. “A Few Reminiscences by Mrs. C.W. Hollowell” dates from 1899 and recollects her encounter with the ‘Maple Leaf prisoners’ in June of 1863 (12:5). The undated correspondence folder (12:1) contains letters written to Mr. McLendon in answer to inquiries about his family genealogy, in addition to copies of handwritten letters most likely from the 1800s. All the letters mentioned above from the 1860s are facsimiles, not originals.
The majority of this series chronicles the letters Mr. McLendon sent and received pertaining to his interest in the Civil War (predominately from the Confederate point of view), including letters seeking author’s signatures for his extensive book collection.
Folder 1. Correspondence. Undated.
Folder 2. Correspondence. 1862.
* Camp L'an June 15, 1862
Folder 3. Correspondence. 1863.
* Letters from Bedinger-Dandridge Family papers and Marshall McDonald papers
Folder 4. Correspondence. 1865.
Folder 5. Correspondence. 1899.
Folder 6. Correspondence. 1915.
Folder 7. Correspondence. 1946.
Folder 8. Correspondence. 1947.
Folder 9. Correspondence. 1949.
Folder 10. Correspondence. 1951.
Folder 11. Correspondence. 1952.
Folder 12. Correspondence. 1953 Number 1.
Folder 13. Correspondence. 1953 Number 2.
Folder 14. Correspondence. 1954.
Folder 15. Correspondence. 1955.
Folder 16. Correspondence. 1956.
Folder 17. Correspondence. 1957.
Folder 18. Correspondence. 1958.
Folder 19. Correspondence. 1959.
Folder 20. Correspondence. 1960.
Folder 21. Correspondence. 1961.
Folder 22. Correspondence. 1962.
Folder 23. Correspondence. 1963.
Folder 24. Correspondence. 1964.
Folder 25. Correspondence. 1965.
Folder 26. Correspondence. 1966 Number 1.
Folder 27. Correspondence. 1966 Number 2.
Folder 28. Correspondence. 1966 Number 3.
Folder 29. Correspondence. 1967 Number 1.
Folder 30. Correspondence. 1967 Number 2.
Folder 31. Correspondence. 1968.
Folder 32. Correspondence. 1969.
Folder 33. Correspondence. 1970.
Folder 34. Correspondence. 1971.
Folder 35. Correspondence. 1972.
Folder 36. Correspondence. 1973.
Folder 37. Correspondence. 1974.
Folder 38. Correspondence. 1975.
Folder 39. Correspondence. 1976.
Folder 40. Correspondence. 1977.
Folder 41. Correspondence. 1978.
Folder 42. Correspondence. 1979.
Folder 43. Correspondence. 1980.
Folder 44. Correspondence. 1981.
Folder 45. Correspondence. 1982.
Folder 46. Correspondence. 1983 Number 1.
Folder 47. Correspondence. 1983 Number 2.
Folder 48. Correspondence. 1984.
Folder 49. Correspondence. 1985.
Folder 50. Correspondence. 1986.
Folder 51. Correspondence. 1987.
Folder 52. Correspondence. 1988.
Folder 53. Correspondence. 1989.
Folder 54. Correspondence. 1990.
Folder 55. Correspondence. 1991.
Folder 56. Correspondence. 1992.
Folder 57. Correspondence. 1993.
Folder 58. Correspondence. 1994.
13. Course Information-United States Military Academy; West Point, New York. 1838-1842.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains a list of the courses studied at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, from the first class year to the fourth class year. This item is an attachment to the academic transcript in series 1, folder 1.
Folder 1. Course Information. United States Military Academy; West Point, New York. 1838-1842.
14. Currency. Inclusive: 1776-1866. Bulk: 1860-1866.
5 Folders. 5 Items.
Included in this series is paper money mainly from the Confederacy, but currency from 1776 is also included.
Folder 1. Currency. 1776.
Folder 2. Currency. 1860.
Folder 3. Currency. 1862.
Folder 4. Currency. 1864.
Folder 5. Currency. 1866.
15. Diaries. 1864-1865.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series includes pages copied from a W.H. or M.J. Clark’s diary.
Folder 1. Diaries. 1864-1865.
16. Essays. Inclusive: 1939-1991. Bulk: 1983.
14 Folders. Circa 30 Items.
Several of the essays in this series were written by Hubert McLendon. These essays appear to have been written while he was in college or graduate school, and are about a variety of topics including (but not limited to), Rudyard Kipling, Beethoven, American education, and Mr. McLendon’s faith and beliefs (16:3). The remaining essays relate to the Civil War. One essay was written by the former Library Director at Elon College, Plummer Alston Jones, Jr. It is an account of Hubert McLendon and the uniqueness of his extensive Civil War book collection. Also included in that essay is biographical information regarding Mr. McLendon, plus information about his donation of books and personal papers to the Carol Grotnes Belk Library at Elon University (16:13).
Folder 1. Essays. Undated Number 1.
* "Beginnings of Public Education in America" by H.F. McLendon
* "Recollections of the Great War" by A.W. Sparks
* "How the Civil War Could Possibly Be Avoided" by William B. Swanson
* "North Carolina in the War Between the States" (possibly) by W.H. Elliott
Folder 2. Essays. Undated Number 2.
* "Confederate Generals from Arkansas" by John P. Morrow, Jr.
* "The Boyhood Home of Robert E. Lee" by Clifford Dowdy (alternate title "Lee's Boyhood Home")
* "The Other Faces of Forrest" (author unknown)
* "Pea Ridge, the Battle and the Leaders"
* "Honor and Secession" by Bertram Wyatt Brown
Folder 3. Essays. Undated Number 3.
* "The American School System" by H.F. McLendon
* "I am a patriot" by Reverend Loren E. Schaffer
* "Rudyard Kipling: Christian Patriot" by H.F. McLendon
* "Calm, Next the Storm" by H.F. McLendon
* "Critique on Beethoven" by H.F. McLendon
Folder 4. Essays. 1939.
* "My First Thanksgiving in Asheboro" by Laura Stimson Worth
Folder 5. Essays. 1951.
* "My Faith" by Hubert McLendon
Folder 6. Essays. 1952.
* "Hill of Carolina: War Years of Daniel Harvey Hill" by Hubert F. McLendon
Folder 7. Essays. 1959.
* "A Confederate Christmas in 1864" by Mrs. James Lafayette Winningham
Folder 8. Essays. 1960s.
* "The Military Leadership of the Confederacy" by Lenoir Chambers
Folder 9. Essays. 1961.
* "The Delicate Track" by John E. Tilford, Jr.
Folder 10. Essays. 1973.
* "Abraham Lincoln and the Capture of Norfolk"
Folder 11. Essays. 1983 Number 1.
* "The Peninsula Campaign: A Failure of Leadership" by Austin E. Jones, Jr.
* "A Government Friendly to All Our Interests: An Overview of Dixie's Quest for Economic Independence, Past and Present" by W.H. Reeves
* "The World the Robber Barons Made: Radical Reconstruction and the Consolidation of Power" by W.H. Reeves
Folder 12. Essays. 1983 Number 2.
* "Civil War on the Confederate Frontier: Orange and Green Counties, Virginia" by John T. Schlotterbeck
* "Texas and Secession" by Walter L. Buenger
Folder 13. Essays. 1989.
* "Historical Markers" by Roy S. Clemmons, MD
* "Confederate Bibliophile Extraordinaire: Hubert F. McLendon and His Collection on the Confederacy" by Plummer Alston Jones, Jr.
Folder 14. Essays. 1991.
* "Causes of the War for Southern Independence-A Different Perspective" by David L. Dunn
17. Flyers. Inclusive: 1860s-1983. Bulk: 1860s and 1983.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
The flyer dated roughly from the 1860s is a copy of two missals, including a military draft signed by William B. Coulter, Captain and Provost Marshall of the 21st District in Pennsylvania (17:1). The other flyer pertains to the Sons of Confederate Veterans organization regarding newsletter information (17:2).
Folder 1. Flyers. 1860s.
Folder 2. Flyers. 1983.
18. Genealogy. 1982.
4 Folders. Circa 10 Items.
This series combines the majority of information that Mr. McLendon collected regarding several family genealogies. Included in this series is information on John Spencer Turner, the Eli and Elizabeth Russell family, the John Morris family, the McLendon family, Robert E. Lee, Carmi Kilpatrick McNeely, Dr. Francis E. Asbury, and the Ricketts family. It contains family trees, typed up accounts/recollections, and lists of names, though not for each family or individual.
Folder 1. Genealogy Information. Undated Number 1.
* John Spencer Turner
* The Eli and Elizabeth Russell Family
* Notepaper with McLendon family members
* McLendon Family Name (packet of paper)
Folder 2. Genealogy Information. Undated Number 2.
* Robert E. Lee and family
* Carmi Kilpatrick McNeely
Folder 3. Genealogy Information. Asbury, Francis E., Dr. Undated.
Folder 4. Genealogy Information. Ricketts. 1982.
19. Guidelines. 1988.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
Included in this series is a paper written by R.S. Clemmons entitled “Guidelines for Letters and Articles to the Media.” The guidelines were provided at the request of members from the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Military Order of Stars and Bars “to enable them to respond to matter[s] appearing in the media which is inaccurate and detrimental to our work in conserving the history of the south and its honorable heritage.”
Folder 1. Guidelines. 1988.
20. Invitations. Inclusive: 1966-1994. Bulk: 1981-1988.
5 Folders. Circa 30 Items.
This series includes invitations to conferences, banquets, and meetings of various organizations.
Folder 1. Invitations. Undated.
Folder 2. Invitations. 1961-1969.
Folder 3. Invitations. 1970-1974.
Folder 4. Invitations. 1981-1988.
Folder 5. Invitations. 1994.
21. Journal Articles. Inclusive: 1905-1992. Bulk: 1959-1971.
18 Folders. Circa 40 Items.
The majority of articles in this series are scholarly works about battles and people from the Civil War.
Folder 1. Journal Articles. Undated Number 1.
* The Cochran Thesis: A Critique in Statistical Analysis by Pershing Vartanian
* Reconstruction Letters from North Carolina. Part II. Letters to John Sherman
* Reconstruction Letters from North Carolina. Part IX. Letters to Benjamin Franklin-Butler
* Reconstruction Letters from North Carolina. Part IX (continued). Letters to Benjamin Franklin-Butler
* Reconstruction Letters from North Carolina. Part X. Letters of James Abraham Garfield
* Reconstruction Letters from North Carolina. Part X (continued). Letters to Benjamin Franklin Butler (continued)
Folder 2. Journal Articles. Undated Number 2.
* North Carolina Newspaper Accounts of Lincoln's First Inaugural by Bert E. Bradley
* Federal Military Hospitals in Nashville, May and June 1863 by Aloysius F. Plaisance and Leo F. Schelvev, III
* Military Administration in the Confederate Army of Tennessee by June I. Gow
* A reassessment of Jefferson Davis as War Leader: The Case from Atlanta to Nashville by William J. Cooper, Jr.
* Chiefs of Staff in the Army of Tennessee Under Braxton Bragg by June I. Gow
* Four Southern Historians: Memorial Tributes to T. Harry Williams, Bell I. Wiley, Holman Hamilton, and Clement Eaton by Otis A. Singletary, James I. Robertson, Jr., Vincent O. DeSantis, and Thomas D. Clark
Folder 3. Journal Articles. Undated Number 3.
* Cheers for Jefferson Davis by Michael B. Ballard
Folder 4. Journal Articles. 1905.
* The Lost Sword of General Richard B. Garnett…" from the Baltimore Sun, 1905
Folder 5. Journal Articles. 1938.
* The Attack Upon West Point During the Civil War by Harry Williams, The Mississippi Valley Historical Review Vol. XXV, No. 1, June 1938
Folder 6. Journal Articles. 1959.
* The Operation of American Democracy, 1861-1865: Some Questions by Roy F. Nichols, The Journal of Southern History, February 1959, Volume 25, Number 1
* The Confederate Civil Service by Paul P. Van Riper and Harry N. Scheiber, The Journal of Southern History, November 1959, Volume 25, No. 4
Folder 7. Journal Articles. 1961.
* Diary of Thomas Miles Garrett at the University of North Carolina, 1849: Parts I, III and Conclusion (IV), edited by John Bowen Hamilton
Folder 8. Journal Articles. 1963.
* The Battle of Dover by Benjamin Franklin Cooling III, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, June 1963
Folder 9. Journal Articles. 1964.
* Fort Donelson National Military Park by B. Franklin Cooling, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, September 1964
Folder 10. Journal Articles. 1965.
* Colonel George S. Patton and the 22nd Virginia Infantry Regiment by Stan Cohen, West Virginia History: A Quarterly Magazine, Volume 26, No. 3, April 1965
* Books at Iowa/John Wilkes Booth in the Bollinger Lincoln Collection by Ronald L. Fingerson, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, April 1965
Folder 11. Journal Articles. 1967.
* Notes and Documents, British Sympathies in the American Civil War: A Reconsideration by Joseph M. Hernon, Jr., The Journal of Southern History
* A Hundred Years Later: Perspectives on the Civil War by Roy F. Nichols, The Journal of Southern History, Volume 33, No. 2, May 1967
* Danville Under Military Occupation, 1865, by James I. Robertson, Jr., Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 75, 1967
Folder 12. Journal Articles. 1968.
* The Cycle of Military and Economic Interests: A Theory of Confederate Defeat by T.L. Connelly, Alabama Historical Quarterly, Fall and Winter 1968
Folder 13. Journal Articles. 1970.
* William Faulkner's General Forrest and the Uses of History by Elmo Howell, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Fall 1970
* Notes and Documents: Some Problems Involved in Writing Confederate History by Frank E. Vandiver, The Journal of Southern History, August 1970, Volume 26, No. 3
* Who Won the Succession Election in Louisiana by Charles Dew, The Journal of Southern History, February 1970, Volume 26, No.1
Folder 14. Journal Articles. 1971.
* Reconstruction in Nashville, 1867-1869 by Gary L. Kornell, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Fall 1971
Folder 15. Journal Articles. 1976.
* The Sultana Disaster by Wilson M. Yager, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Fall 1976
* Glory Can Not Atone: Shiloh-April 6, 7, 1982 by James L. McDonough, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Fall 1976
* Footnotes on the Death of John Hunt Morgan by Forrest Conklin, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Winter 1976
Folder 16. Journal Articles. 1977.
* Postwar Recovery: Montgomery County, 1865-70 by Stephen V. Ash, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Summer 1977
* Jefferson Davis-Leader without Legend by Frank E. Vandover, The Journal of Southern History, February 1977
* A Historian's Dilemma: A Posthumous Footnote for Freemann's R.E. Lee by John L. Gignilliat, The Journal of Southern History, May 1977
* A Community at War: Montgomery County, 1861-65 by Stephen V. Ash, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Spring 1977
Folder 17. Journal Articles. 1990.
* Chronicle of a Mississippi Soldier: The Civil War Letters of Samuel H. Davis of Kemper County by Henry E. Mattox, The Journal of Mississippi History, August 1990
Folder 18. Journal Articles. 1992.
* Operation Desert Storm: R.E. Lee or W.T. Sherman? by Major Jeffrey F. Addicott, Military Law Review, Volume 136
22. Lists. 1984.
3 Folders. 6 Items.
This series contains a varied assortment of lists, including Confederate Generals from North Carolina to the top twenty songs of the Civil War. Also within this series are lists of Civil War libraries. One list includes the titles in the Civil War library of A.E. Dyer, Sr. (22:2) and the other is a list of Civil War books donated by James H. McEwen, Jr. and Mrs. John A. McCrary, Jr (22:3).
Folder 1. Lists. Undated Number 1.
* Confederate Generals tied to North Carolina by Birth, Appt, or Grave-site (Military Order of the Stars and Bars)
* Union Order of Battle Appomattox Campaign, March 29-April 19, 1865
* The Top Twenty Songs of the Civil War
* North Carolina Regiments which participated in the assault on July 3, 1863
Folder 2. Lists. Undated Number 2.
* A List of the Civil War Library of the late A.E. Dyer, Sr.
Folder 3. Lists. 1984.
* List/catalog of Civil War books donated by James H. McEwen, Jr. and Mrs. John A McCrary, Jr.
23. Lyrics. 1988-1991.
4 Folders. 4 Items.
Included in this series is the lyrics to “Dixie” (23:1), as well as three copies of “Popular Songs of the Confederacy” compiled by Plummer Alston Jones, Jr. with three separate dates. Two copies were compiled on behalf of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars Garnett-Pettigrew Chapter (23:2, 4) and the third for the Alamance County Genealogical Society (23:3).
Folder 1. Lyrics. Undated.
* "Dixie" by Albert Pike
Folder 2. Lyrics. 1988.
Folder 3. Lyrics. 1989.
Folder 4. Lyrics. 1991.
* Popular Songs of the Confederacy (Military Order of the Stars and Bars)
24. Magazine Clippings/Magazine. Inclusive: 1955-1995. Bulk: 1980s.
52 Folders. Circa 175 Items.
Similar to the journal articles series, the magazine clippings in this series are topical about the Civil War. The clippings, however, include stories and personal accounts without the mammoth length and academic considerations.
The magazines in this category include the following titles: The Gettysburg Magazine, The Kepi, North South Trader, The Southern Partisan, and Virginia Country. Other titles are included, but these titles have the most issues. The general dates of the magazines are from the 1980s into the early 1990s.
Folder 1. Magazine Clippings. Undated.
* An Affair of Honor by T.H. Pearce
* Behind the Lines by Dennis Rogers
* Time-Lapse by Steve Mullinax
* The End in the Carolinas (from the Civil War Times Illustrated): Burning Columbia
* The End in the Carolinas (from the Civil War Times Illustrated): Giving up Raleigh
Folder 2. Magazine Clippings. 1955.
* Influence of Military Intelligence by Colonel H. V. Canan
* Story of the Jefferson Davis Funeral Train "The Great Chieftain's Last Ride" by Edison H. Thomas
Folder 3. Magazine Clippings. 1960.
* Emory in the Civil War Era by Goodrich C. White
Folder 4. Magazine Clippings. 1961.
* Vicksburg-A Pattern for Modern War, The Military Engineer, November-December 1961
Folder 5. Magazine Clippings. 1963.
* Marmaduke's Expedition into Missouri by Brigadier General Paul M. Robinett, USA, Ret.
Folder 6. Magazine Clippings. 1965.
* Captain Robert B. Degram: Hero Under Four Flags" by Edward F. Heite
Folder 7. Magazine Clippings. 1966.
* Lee Talks Frankly of the War and His Final Month in Lexington by W.G. Bean
Folder 8. Magazine Clippings. 1968.
* Musters at Poplar Lawn (Virginia Cavalcade, Winter 1968)
Folder 9. Magazine Clippings. 1970.
* Captain James Keith Boswell by W.G. Bean
* The Great Cavalry Encampment of 1860 by Lee A. Wallace, Jr.
Folder 10. Magazine Clippings. 1972.
* Where Cavalry Fought the Navy (The State, June 1972)
Folder 11. Magazine Clippings. 1974.
* When We Flew the First Flag (The State, August 1974)
* Sam Blalock's Secret (The State, November 1974)
Folder 12. Magazine Clippings. 1980.
* Defender of the South Anna Bridge, Part 1 and 2 (The State, August and September 1980)
Folder 13. Magazine Clippings. 1981.
Folder 14. Magazine Clippings. 1984.
Folder 15. Magazines. America's Civil War. 1995.
Folder 16. Magazines. American History. 1980.
Folder 17. Magazines. American History. 1984.
Folder 18. Magazines. Blue and Gray Magazine. 1995.
Folder 19. Magazines. Carolina Alumni Review. 1986.
Folder 20. Magazines. Civil War. 1994.
Folder 21. Magazines. Civil War. 1995.
Folder 22. Magazines. Civil War Times. 1995.
Folder 23. Magazines. Collegere (Mississippi State College for Women). 1967.
Folder 24. No Folder.
Folder 25. No Folder.
Folder 26. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1989.
Folder 27. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1990.
Folder 28. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1991.
Folder 29. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1992.
Folder 30. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1993.
Folder 31. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1994.
Folder 32. Magazines. The Gettysburg Magazine. 1995.
Folder 33. Magazines. The Kepi. 1983.
Folder 34. Magazines. The Kepi. 1985.
Folder 35. Magazines. The Kepi. 1985-1986.
Folder 36. Magazines. Modern Textiles Magazine. 1960.
Folder 37. Magazines. North Carolina State Alumni Magazine. 1986.
Folder 38. Magazines. North South Trader. 1978.
Folder 39. Magazines. North South Trader. 1979.
Folder 40. Magazines. North South Trader. 1980.
Folder 41. Magazines. North South Trader. 1981.
Folder 42. Magazines. North South Trader. 1982.
Folder 43. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1983.
Folder 44. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1984.
Folder 45. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1985.
Folder 46. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1986.
Folder 47. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1986-1987.
Folder 48. Magazines. The Southern Partisan. 1987-1988.
Folder 49. Magazines. The Southerner. 1983.
Folder 50. Magazines. Virginia Cavalcade. 1965.
Folder 51. Magazines. Virginia Country. 1986.
Folder 52. Magazines. Virginia County. 1987-1988.
25. Maps. Inclusive: 1912-1985. Bulk: Undated and 1975-1978.
9 Folders. Circa 35 Items.
This series primarily contains battlefield maps, including three series showing battle progression, including the Battle of Gettysburg (25:3), the Battle of Blackburn’s Ford/First Battle of Manassas (25:8) and the Second Battle of Manassas (25:9). The Gettysburg battle maps were reprinted in 1912, with original date of print as 1876. Another map of interest is a picture map printed in 1956, showing locations of Civil War battles across the United States (25:4). It has color pictures representing relevant moments during the Civil War.
Folder 1. Maps. Undated Number 1.
* Richmond, Virginia
* Hollywood Cemetery
* Bentonville Battleground
* The Battle of Cedar Mountain
* Maps of several battles: Battles of Malvern Hill, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mule Shoe at Spotsylvania, Movements to Sayler's Creek, Battlefields of the Civil War, Winchester, Fisher's Hill, Cedar Creek, and New Berne, NC
* Map of Bentonville Battleground "Historic Trail"
Folder 2. Maps. Undated Number 2.
* Longstreet's Final Assault
* Movements of General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
* General Map-Campaign for Atlanta
* Battlefields of the Great Civil War
* Battlefield of Stone's River
* Movements in McLemore's Cove
* Danville, Virginia (Sons of Confederate Veterans)
Folder 3. Maps. 1912.
* Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg
Folder 4. Maps. 1956.
* The Picture Map of the Civil War
Folder 5. Maps. 1975.
* Map of the Battle of Antietam
Folder 6. Maps. 1976.
* Montgomery Country, North Carolina
Folder 7. Maps. 1978.
* Richmond-Petersburg
* Region of Seven Days fighting
* Mechanicsville area (Hanover County map)
* Lee's plan: Mechanicsville
* Mechanicsville (June 26, 1861)
* Approaches to Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1861)
* Gaines' Mill (June 27, 1861)
* Savage Station (June 29, 1861)
* Route of McClellans' change of base/roads east of Richmond
* Savage Station-Malvern Hill (Henrico County map)
* Frayser's Farm-Glendale (June 30, 1861)
* Malvern Hill (July 1, 1861)
Folder 8. Maps. 1981.
* Hagerstown/Frederick, Maryland and Potomac River
* Battle of Blackburn's Ford/First Battle of Manassas
Folder 9. Maps. 1985.
* Second Battle of Manassas
26. Members Lists. Inclusive: 1977-1991. Bulk: 1980s-1990s.
5 Folders. Circa 30 Items.
Included in this series are several lists of members from different organizations and chapters such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans (26:1, 3, 4, and 5), the Company of Military Historians (26:2), and Military Order of the Stars and Bars (26:5). Of these and other organizations, there are several rosters and lists from different years.
Folder 1. Members Lists. Undated.
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp Number 1402 (2 different rosters)
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp list
Folder 2. Members Lists. 1977.
* Company of Military Historians
Folder 3. Members Lists. 1980s.
* Military Orders of the Stars and Bars Membership Roster September 1984
* North Carolina Society Sons of the Revolution Officers 1986
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Number 1402 January 1988
* Private Henry L. Wyatt Camp Number 1297 Membership Roster January 1987
Folder 4. Members Lists. 1990s.
* Roster of the Colonel John Sloan Camp Number 1290 October 20, 1992
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp Number 1402-January 1990, March 1992, February 1994
* 10th Infantry Regiment Officers Association CT Roster 1994
Folder 5. Members Lists. 1991.
* State Directory, Virginia Division Sons of Confederate Veterans and Virginia Society Military Order of the Stars and Bars
27. Membership Cards. 1957-1984.
10 Folders. Circa 40 Items.
In this series, the items are categorized alphabetically by organization and then date. These memberships cards belonged to Hubert McLendon and document each year of his membership in several organizations, including Clan MaClennan Association (27:1), the North Carolina Civil War Round Table (27:2), North Carolina Literary and Historical Society (27:3), North Carolina Symphony (27:4), the Order of Lafayette (27:5), Retired Officers Association (27:6), Sons of Confederate Veterans (27:7), the Tennessee Historical Society (27:8), Uniformed Services Disabled Retirees (27:9), and Virginia Historical Society (27:10).
Folder 1. Membership Cards. Clan MacLennan Association. 1986.
Folder 2. Membership Cards. The North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1957-1967.
Folder 3. Membership Cards. North Carolina Literary and Historical Society. 1960-1971.
Folder 4. Membership Cards. North Carolina Symphony. 1966.
Folder 5. Membership Cards. The Order of Lafayette. 1966-1968.
Folder 6. Membership Cards. Retired Officers Association. 1951 and Undated.
Folder 7. Membership Cards. Sons of Confederate Veterans. 1983.
Folder 8. Membership Cards. The Tennessee Historical Society. 1969-1972 and 1975.
Folder 9. Membership Cards. Uniformed Services Disabled Retirees. 1984.
Folder 10. Membership Cards. Virginia Historical Society. 1967-1972.
28. Membership Information. Undated and 1984.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
This series contains history and general information regarding two organizations: the Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp Number 1402 (28:1) and the Order of the Southern Cross (28:2).
Folder 1. Membership Information. Undated.
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp Number 1402
Folder 2. Membership Information. 1984.
* The Society of the Order of the Southern Cross (a history)
29. Memberships. 1991.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
This series contains a handwritten letter to Mr. Hubert McLendon, inviting him to become a member of the Society of the Order of the Southern Cross.
Folder 1. Memberships. 1991.
* The Society of the Order of the Southern Cross
30. Menus. 1985.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains a menu from a The Sons of Confederate Veterans dinner in honor of Mr. Betram Hayes-Davis.
Folder 1. Menus. 1985.
* Sons of Confederate Veterans-Mr. Bertram Hayes-Davis
31. Minutes. 1986-1988.
4 Folders. 5 Items.
Included in this series are minutes from different organizations such as the Military Order of Stars and Bars (31:1), the Sons of Confederate Veterans (31:2), and the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Military Order of the Stars and Bars 1988 reunion (31:3).
Folder 1. Minutes. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1987-1988.
Folder 2. Minutes. Sons of Confederate Veterans. 1986-1988.
Folder 3. Minutes. Sons of Confederate Veterans/Military Order of the Stars and Bars Reunion. 1988.
Folder 4. Minutes. Sons of the Revolution. 1986.
32. No Series.
33. No Series.
34. No Series.
35. Music Scores. Undated.
1 Folder. 2 Items.
This series has sheet music with lyrics for “The Bonnie Blue Flag” and “The Southern Girl or Homespun Dress.”
Folder 1. Music Scores. Undated.
* "The Bonnie Blue Flag" by Harry McCarthy
* "The Southern Girl or The Homespun Dress" by Carrie Bell Sinclair, Words by the same
36. Newsletter Clippings. 1970-1980s.
3 Folders. 4 Items.
This series includes newsletter clippings found amidst the many newsletters that Mr. Hubert McLendon received. One clipping entitled “Going Home with the Beau Sabreur” discusses Major General J.E.B. Stuart and his love for his home, Laurel Hill, located in Virginia (36:1).
Folder 1. Newsletter Clippings. Undated.
Folder 2. Newsletter Clippings. 1970s.
Folder 3. Newsletter Clippings. 1980s.
37. Newsletters. 1974-1995.
145 Folders. Circa 315 Items.
This series includes the newsletters collected by Hubert McLendon from organizations and associations he belonged to and participated in. See the section below titled “Detailed Description of the Collection” for a complete list of the newsletters included in this collection.
Folder 1. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1983.
Folder 2. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1984.
Folder 3. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1985.
Folder 4. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1986.
Folder 5. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1987.
Folder 6. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1988.
Folder 7. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1989.
Folder 8. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1990.
Folder 9. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1991.
Folder 10. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1992.
Folder 11. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1993.
Folder 12. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1994.
Folder 13. Newsletters. The Cabell-Graves Courier. 1995.
Folder 14. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1986.
Folder 15. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1987.
Folder 16. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1988.
Folder 17. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1989.
Folder 18. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1990.
Folder 19. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1991.
Folder 20. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1992.
Folder 21. Newsletters. The Carolina Confederate. 1993.
Folder 22. Newsletters. Civil War Monitor. 1984.
Folder 23. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Associates. 1979.
Folder 24. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Associates. 1981.
Folder 25. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Associates. 1988.
Folder 26. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Associates. 1990.
Folder 27. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table. Undated.
Folder 28. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Digest. 1975.
Folder 29. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Digest. 1976.
Folder 30. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Digest. 1978.
Folder 31. Newsletters. Civil War Round Table Digest. 1988.
Folder 32. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1987.
Folder 33. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1988.
Folder 34. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1989.
Folder 35. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1990.
Folder 36. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1991.
Folder 37. Newsletters. The Civil War Society. 1992.
Folder 38. Newsletters. The Company of Military Histories Bulletin Board. 1976.
Folder 39. Newsletters. The Company of Military Histories Bulletin Board. 1977.
Folder 40. Newsletters. Confederate Sun. 1986.
Folder 41. Newsletters. Confederate Sun. 1987.
Folder 42. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1979.
Folder 43. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1980.
Folder 44. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1981.
Folder 45. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1982.
Folder 46. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1983.
Folder 47. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1984.
Folder 48. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1985.
Folder 49. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1986.
Folder 50. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1987.
Folder 51. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1988.
Folder 52. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1989.
Folder 53. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1990.
Folder 54. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1991.
Folder 55. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1992.
Folder 56. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1993.
Folder 57. Newsletters. Confederate Historical Institute. 1994.
Folder 58. Newsletters. History America Tours. 1993.
Folder 59. Newsletters. The Lee-Jackson Quarterly Review. 1975.
Folder 60. Newsletters. The Lee-Jackson Quarterly Review. 1979.
Folder 61. Newsletters. The Maryland Line. 1992.
Folder 62. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1984.
Folder 63. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1985.
Folder 64. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1986.
Folder 65. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1987.
Folder 66. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1988.
Folder 67. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1989.
Folder 68. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1990.
Folder 69. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1991.
Folder 70. Newsletters. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1992.
Folder 71. Newsletters. The Museum of the Confederacy. 1980.
Folder 72. Newsletters. The North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1974.
Folder 73. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1975.
Folder 74. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1976.
Folder 75. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1977.
Folder 76. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1978.
Folder 77. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1979.
Folder 78. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1980.
Folder 79. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1981.
Folder 80. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1982.
Folder 81. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1983.
Folder 82. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1984.
Folder 83. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1985.
Folder 84. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1986.
Folder 85. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1987.
Folder 86. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1988.
Folder 87. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1989.
Folder 88. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1990.
Folder 89. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1991.
Folder 90. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1992.
Folder 91. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1993.
Folder 92. Newsletters. North Carolina Civil War Round Table. 1994.
Folder 93. Newsletters. The Order of Lafayette, Inc. 1975.
Folder 94. Newsletters. The Order of Lafayette, Inc. 1980.
Folder 95. Newsletters. The Order of Lafayette, Inc. 1981.
Folder 96. Newsletters. The Order of Lafayette, Inc. 1986.
Folder 97. Newsletters. The Original Rebel Yell. 1986.
Folder 98. Newsletters. Press On. 1983.
Folder 99. Newsletters. Press On. 1984.
Folder 100. Newsletters. Press On. 1985.
Folder 101. Newsletters. Press On. 1986.
Folder 102. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1980.
Folder 103. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1981.
Folder 104. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1982.
Folder 105. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1983.
Folder 106. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1984.
Folder 107. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1985.
Folder 108. Newsletters. The Quarterly Review of the Lee-Jackson Foundation. 1986.
Folder 109. Newsletters. Recall. 1998-1999.
Folder 110. Newsletters. The Secessionist. 1984.
Folder 111. Newsletters. The Secessionist. 1985.
Folder 112. Newsletters. The Sentinel. 1988.
Folder 113. Newsletters. The Smith County Historical Society and Survey Committee. 1974.
Folder 114. Newsletters. Society of Civil War Historians. 1986.
Folder 115. Newsletters. Society of Civil War Historians. 1987.
Folder 116. Newsletters. Society of Civil War Historians. 1988.
Folder 117. Newsletters. Society of Civil War Historians. 1992.
Folder 118. Newsletters. Society of Civil War Historians. 1993.
Folder 119. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans. 1983.
Folder 120. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans. 1991.
Folder 121. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Dispatch. 1983.
Folder 122. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1984.
Folder 123. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1985.
Folder 124. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1986.
Folder 125. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1987.
Folder 126. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1988.
Folder 127. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1989.
Folder 128. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1990.
Folder 129. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1991.
Folder 130. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1992.
Folder 131. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1993.
Folder 132. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans Southern Constellation. 1994.
Folder 133. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1987.
Folder 134. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1988.
Folder 135. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1989.
Folder 136. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1990.
Folder 137. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1991.
Folder 138. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1992.
Folder 139. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1993.
Folder 140. Newsletters. Sons of Confederate Veterans The Stars and Bars. 1994.
Folder 141. Newsletters. Uniformed Services Disabled Veterans. 1983.
Folder 142. Newsletters. Uniformed Services Disabled Veterans. 1984.
Folder 143. Newsletters. Uniformed Services Disabled Veterans. 1985.
Folder 144. Newsletters. Uniformed Services Disabled Veterans. 1986.
Folder 145. Newsletters. Uniformed Services Disabled Veterans. 1987.
38. Newspaper Clippings. Inclusive: 1950-1994. Bulk: 1967-1994.
29 Folders. Circa 60 Items.
Most of the newspaper clippings contained in this series pertain to the Civil War. Some, however, are obituaries. One clipping is a copy of an article written about Mr. Hubert McLendon (38:21).
Folder 1. Newspaper Clippings. Undated.
Folder 2. Newspaper Clippings. 1950.
Folder 3. Newspaper Clippings. 1962.
Folder 4. Newspaper Clippings. 1967.
Folder 5. Newspaper Clippings. 1969.
Folder 6. Newspaper Clippings. 1970.
Folder 7. Newspaper Clippings. 1972.
Folder 8. Newspaper Clippings. 1973.
Folder 9. Newspaper Clippings. 1974.
Folder 10. Newspaper Clippings. 1975.
Folder 11. Newspaper Clippings. 1976.
Folder 12. Newspaper Clippings. 1977.
Folder 13. Newspaper Clippings. 1978.
Folder 14. Newspaper Clippings. 1979.
Folder 15. Newspaper Clippings. 1980.
Folder 16. Newspaper Clippings. 1981.
Folder 17. Newspaper Clippings. 1982.
Folder 18. Newspaper Clippings. 1983.
Folder 19. Newspaper Clippings. 1984.
Folder 20. Newspaper Clippings. 1985.
Folder 21. Newspaper Clippings. 1986.
Folder 22. Newspaper Clippings. 1987.
Folder 23. Newspaper Clippings. 1988.
Folder 24. Newspaper Clippings. 1989.
Folder 25. Newspaper Clippings. 1990.
Folder 26. Newspaper Clippings. 1991.
Folder 27. Newspaper Clippings. 1992.
Folder 28. Newspaper Clippings. 1993.
Folder 29. Newspaper Clippings. 1994.
39. Newspapers. Inclusive: 1861-1994. Bulk: 1960, 1985 and 1994.
This series contains several complete newspapers found among Mr. Hubert McLendon’s papers. There are six facsimile newspapers that were printed between 1861 and 1864 (39:1).
Folder 1. Newspapers. 1861-1864 (reproductions).
* Daily Richmond Examiner-June 3, 1862
* Charlestown Daily Courier-September 26, 1864
* New York Tribune-April 15, 1861
* Daily Dispatch-October 20, 1983
* New York Herald-February 11, 1861
* New York Herald-April 20, 1861
Folder 2. Newspapers. The Arkansas News. 1985.
Folder 3. Newspapers. The Carolina Confederate. 1994.
Folder 4. Newspapers. The Courier Journal. 1960.
* The Civil War in Kentucky-Centennial 1861-1961
40. Pamphlets. Inclusive: 1958-1978. Bulk: 1977-1978.
Included in this series are pamphlets concerning the Civil War. One pamphlet contains an essay entitled “With Drum and Fife…and Lute Song” (40:2). Another is “Facts about the Civil War” from 1960, with meaning of the flag, starting line-ups, battles and losses, Civil War personalities, comparisons, statistics, etc. (40:3). In the last folder of this series are five pamphlets pertaining to Confederate currency (40:4). Each pamphlet discusses different lithographs printed by the Confederate states.
Folder 1. Pamphlets. Undated.
* Last Capitol of the Confederacy
Folder 2. Pamphlets. 1958.
* With Drum and Fife…and Lute Song (reprinted essay)
Folder 3. Pamphlets. 1960-1969.
* Facts about the Civil War (1960)
* Bentonville Battleground State Historic Site (1961)
Folder 4. Pamphlets. 1977-1978.
* The Confederate States Ten-Cent Blue Lithograph
* The Confederate States Two-Cent Green Lithograph
* The Confederate States Five-Cent Blue Lithograph
* The Confederate States Ten-Cent Rose Lithograph
* The Confederate States Five-Cent Green Lithograph
41. Photographs. Undated.
11 Folders. Circa 30 Items.
This series contains photographs of Hubert McLendon, Robert E. Lee, George Washington, and others. These photos are not originals; except for Mr. McLendon’s. Several of the photographs are reproductions of soldiers who fought during the Civil War (41:2, 6, 9, and 10). Also contained in this series is a Confederate Portrait Album, containing facsimile pictures of Generals, Lieutenant-Generals, Major-Generals, Brigadier-Generals, Naval commanders, President Jefferson Davis and members of his Cabinet (41:1). The photographs appear to come from newspaper prints. Additionally, there are photographs taken during a tour of Petersburg National Battlefield (41:5).
Folder 1. Photographs. Confederate Portrait Album.
* Confederate Commanders
Folder 2. Photographs. Harper, Daniel.
Folder 3. Photographs. Jordan, B. Everett.
Folder 4. Photographs. Lee, Robert E.
Folder 5. Photographs. McLendon, Hubert.
Folder 6. Photographs. Miscellaneous.
Folder 7. Photographs. Moore, Dan.
Folder 8. Photographs. Petersburg National Battlefield.
Folder 9. Photographs. Ronayne-Cleburne, Patrick.
Folder 10. Photographs. Turner, John Spencer.
Folder 11. Photographs. Washington, George.
42. Portraits. Undated.
1 Folder. 2 Items.
This series contains portraits of Confederate soldiers, including a print of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. The other portraits are copies included on a handout entitled “The Citadel’s Brigadier Generals.”
Folder 1. Portraits. Undated.
* The Citadel's Brigadier Generals: Johnson Hagood, Micah Jenkins, Evander McIver Law, and Ellison Capers
* Jackson, Thomas 'Stonewall'
43. Poetry. Undated.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains a poem entitled “Requiem for General A. P. ‘Little Powell’ Hill: A Nation’s Wail.” The author of the poem appears to be Dr. Calvin D. Jarrett.
Folder 1. Poetry. Undated.
* Requiem for General A. P. "Little Powell" Hill: A Nation's Wail
44. Postcards. 1988-1993.
5 Folders. 10 Items.
Several of the postcards in this series are pictures of either Confederate people or historic military sites. Some are invitational postcards mailed to Hubert McLendon regarding special talks for the Museum of the Confederacy Evening Series Program.
Folder 1. Postcards (no correspondence). Undated.
* General Robert E. Lee in his confederate uniform
* General Robert E. Lee, Confederate Chieftain
* General Robert E. Lee portrait
* General Robert E. Lee mounted on Traveler
* Old Blanford Church
* Major General Fitzhugh Lee
* Lieutenant Colonel Charles Marshall
* Petersburg, Virginia
* Engine used on Grant's Military Railroad
* Harper House; Smithfield, Virginia
* Confederate Cemetery marker; Smithfield, Virginia
Folder 2. Postcards. 1988.
* Museum of the Confederacy 1988 Event Series Program
Folder 3. Postcards. 1990.
* Museum of the Confederacy Confederate Memorial Literary Society "Jefferson Davis" Centennial Scholar Lecture
Folder 4. Postcards. 1991.
* Museum of the Confederacy Confederate Memorial Literary Society "'Stonewall' Jackson The Christian Solider" Centennial Scholar Lecture
Folder 5. Postcards. 1993.
* Museum of the Confederacy Evening Series Lecture "David versus Goliath: Mosby and Sheridan in the Shenandoah"
45. Posters. Undated and 1980.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
This series includes two posters regarding the bail bond of Jefferson Davis and a summary of the Civil War with Generals’ names around the edge.
Folder 1. Posters. Undated.
Folder 2. Posters. 1980.
46. Presentations. Undated.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series contains a synopsis of a presentation entitled “The Cows Tails Mystery: The Siege and Capture of Harpers Ferry” (46:1). The presenter is not designated on the synopsis.
Folder 1. Presentations. Undated.
* (Synopsis for) "The Cows Tails Mystery: The Siege and Capture of Harpers Ferry" presentation
47. Printed Material. Undated and 1913.
2 Folders. 5 Items.
This series primarily contains a miscellaneous collection of prints. One print commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg (47:2). Also contained in the series are a 55th North Carolina Regiment sample print and an exhibit packet of the T. Price Gibson Civil War Collection (47:1). There is also a form for the General Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (47:1).
Folder 1. Printed Material. Undated.
* Form for General Alumni Association UNC Chapel Hill
* A Token of Respect from Americans to Americans
* 55th North Carolina Regiment-sample print
* The T. Price Gibson Civil War Collection exhibit packet
Folder 2. Printed Material. 1913.
* Gettysburg 50th Anniversary
48. Prints and Drawings. Inclusive: 1867-1986. Bulk: Undated.
5 Folders. Circa 15 Items.
Included in this series are various prints and drawings, including two photographs. One is of Union commanders and the other of Confederate commanders, printed in 1961 (48:1). Also there are some colorful drawings of a Drum Major uniform and a Sergeant uniform from 1861 with descriptions attached (48:3). Contained in this series is a handwritten map of Danville, Virginia in 1829 (48:4). Additionally, there are two sketches, one of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson and the other of Robert E. Lee (48:5).
Folder 1. Prints and Drawings. Undated.
*Reproduction of 1884 prints: "Union Commanders" and "Confederate Commanders"
* The New Market Battle Painting (Virginia Military Institute; Lexington, Virginia)
* Quote by General Robert E. Lee
* Stephen Dodson Ramseur (Military Order of the Stars and Bars) print by Gary W. Gallagher
* Print of Confederate Chieftains
* "Last Meeting of Lee and Jackson-Chancellorsville-May 1, 1863" print
Folder 2. Prints and Drawings. 1867.
* "The Warrior's Banner takes its Flight to Greet the Warrior's Soul" print. Engraved by J.C. McRae; Published by the National Photograph Company in 1867
Folder 3. Prints and Drawings. 1970.
* Drum Major 1861 with description
* Sergeant 1861 with description
Folder 4. Prints and Drawings. 1978.
* Company of Military Historians "Virginia State Artillery Regiment, Williamsburg, 1778" print
* Drawing of "Danville, Virginia in 1829"
Folder 5. Prints and Drawings. 1986.
* Print of 'Stonewall' Jackson
* Print of Robert E. Lee
49. Programs. 1960-1989.
4 Folders. Circa 15 Items.
This series contains a miscellaneous assortment of programs from church services, memorial services, banquets, etc.
Folder 1. Programs. Undated.
* North Carolina State Class of 1942 Alumni Banquet
* Salem Brass Ensemble presents Music of the 1860s
Folder 2. Programs. 1960-1969.
* Service of Worship in Loving Memory of Dr. Horace H. Cunningham (1969)
* Requiem by Maurice Durufle; The Alumni Association of the school of Sacred Music Union Theological Seminary, 1964
Folder 3. Programs. 1970-1979.
* Service for Bernard Boyd, 1975
* Grove Park Baptist Church Service; July 20, 1975
Folder 4. Programs. 1980-1989.
* General Convention Military Order of Stars and Bars 48th and the Sons of Confederate Veterans 90th, 1985
* The Confederate Memorial Service of Greensboro, NC; Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1983
* Garnett-Pettigrew Chapter Military Order of the Stars and Bars program, 1983
*Confederate Memorial Day Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1986
* NC division Sons of Confederate Veterans and NC Society Military Order of the Stars and Bars 1987 Division Conventions
* "War on the Mississippi" A Living Civil War Seminar, 1987
50. Reminiscences. 1812.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
This series includes a manuscript written by Paul Hamilton plus a typed copy of his obituary. Also contained is a typed copy of two letters exchanged between James Madison while President of the United States of America and Paul Hamilton. The manuscript is a memoir about Paul Hamilton’s family with reflections on himself and his life.
Folder 1. Reminiscences. Paul Hamilton. 1812.
51. Reports. 1987-1988.
3 Folders. 3 Items.
This series is a collection of reports from various organizations. The reports mainly provide updates about what is happening within the organizations. The organizations included are the Military Order of the Stars and Bars (51:1), the Museum of the Confederacy (51:2), and the Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell-Graves Camp Number 1402 (51:3).
Folder 1. Reports. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1989.
Folder 2. Reports-The Museum of the Confederacy. 1987-1988.
* Annual Report 1987-1988
Folder 3. Reports. Sons of Confederate Veterans Cabell. Graves Camp. 1987.
52. Research Notes. Undated.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
Included in this series are research notes regarding the analysis of General Robert Edward Lee’s hand writing. The packet does not state who did the analysis but it describes the purpose of hand writing analysis and includes the analysis of General Lee’s.
Folder 1. Research Notes. Undated.
* Handwriting analysis of General Robert Edward Lee
53. Resolutions. 1987.
1 Folder. 1 Item.
In this series is a resolution that was being considered by the Military Order of the Stars and Bars in 1987. The resolution states, “A resolution of support for a special Confederate memorial service in recognition of the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the year of eighteen hundred and sixty-three.”
Folder 1. Resolutions. Military Order of the Stars and Bars. 1987.
54. Sermons. 1966 and 1970.
2 Folders. 2 Items.
There are two sermons in this series: “Our Sins of Omission” by Dr. Tom B. Anderson (54:1) and “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever” (by unknown preacher) (54:2).
Folder 1. Sermons. 1966.
* Our Sins of Omission (subject)-James 4:17; deliver by Dr. Tom B. Anderson
Folder 2. Sermons. 1970.
* Subject: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever. 1 Corinthians 15:58
55. Speeches. Inclusive: 1970-1988. Bulk: 1986 and 1988.
3 Folders. 4 Items.
There are several speeches in this series that are on various topics. Some titles are as follows, “Sleep On, Silent America” aired over WBBB Radio out of Burlington, North Carolina (55:1); “He Stands Alone” a memorial address by Archie Davis for the 100th anniversary of General Robert E. Lee’s death (55:1), delivered in October 1970; a speech by Dr. David L. Smiley from Wake Forest University to the Sons of Confederate Veterans at Greensboro College, September 1986 (55:2); and two speeches by Roy S. Clemmons, M.D. (55:3). One of Clemmons’ speeches was delivered at the North Carolina State Capitol for the Confederate Memorial Weekend May 15, 1988 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Folder 1. Speeches. 1970.
* "He Stands Alone" Memorial Address on the 100th Anniversary of General Robert E. Lee by Archie K. Davis
* "Sleep On, Silent America!" by Rev. Loren E. Schaeffer
Folder 2. Speeches. 1986.
* Sons of Confederate Veterans Greensboro, September 18, 1986
Folder 3. Speeches. 1988.
* North Carolina and the War between the States (Roy S. Clemmons, MD)
* Confederate Memorial Service-Oakwood Cemetery, 15 May 1988
Box 7. A-K. Card Catalog. Undated.
1 Box.
These boxes contain index cards of titles within a collection that was donated to the Carol Grotnes Belk Library at Elon University by Mr. Hubert McLendon. The index cards are organized alphabetically by author’s last name. Box seven contains A-K and Box eight includes L-Z.
Box 8. L-Z. Card Catalog. Undated.
1 Box.
These boxes contain index cards of titles within a collection that was donated to the Carol Grotnes Belk Library at Elon University by Mr. Hubert McLendon. The index cards are organized alphabetically by author’s last name. Box seven contains A-K and Box eight includes L-Z.