Julian T. Buxton papers
Papers consist of Buxton's original annotated typescript (bound), "Franklin J. Moses, Jr., the Scalawag Governor of South Carolina," a thesis presented to the Department of History, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, April 26, 1950. Included are a letter and two postcards from southern historian, Frances B. Simkins, which contain critique of the thesis, along with comments and encouragement to publish. Also notes (author unknown) that evaluate specific pages.
- Buxton, Julian T. (Person)
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Materials in English.
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Princeton alum, Julian T. Buxton, Jr., majored in history and lettered three times in football. He has served on Princeton's Board of Trustees and in 1977 received the Alumni Council Award for Service to Princeton. Dr. Buxton grew up in Sumter, South Carolina, and is currently (2002) a surgeon in Charleston, South Carolina.
2 folders (7 items) ; 8-28 cm.
Materials donated by Julian T. Buxton.
- Inventory of the Julian T. Buxton Papers, 1950
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