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Collection Number: CW5

Collection Title: Fred Wolfe Papers, 1882-1980

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Size About 6000 items
Abstract Frederick William Wolfe was born in Asheville, N.C., in 1894, the seventh child and fourth son of Julia Elizabeth Westall and William Oliver Wolfe. He was educated in Asheville schools and worked as a salesman in Dayton, Ohio, before serving in the Navy during World War I. After his naval service, he attended the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, graduating in 1922. Fred Wolfe worked in Atlanta for Fairbanks, Morse and Company for about seven years, and then held several sales jobs in High Point, N.C., and Harrisonburg, Pa. In 1934, he joined the Blue Bird Ice Cream Company of Spartanburg, S.C., as a salesman, a position he held until the early 1960s. He married Mary Burris in 1943. In his later years, Fred Wolfe devoted himself to perpetuating the memory of his brother, Thomas Wolfe, through the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and in speeches at colleges and universities. Fred Wolfe died in 1980 and is buried in the family plot in Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, N.C. The papers contain Wolfe family correspondence, correspondence with Maxwell Perkins and Edward Aswell in their roles as executors of the Thomas Wolfe Estate, personal correspondence of Fred Wolfe, manuscripts about Thomas Wolfe, legal documents including executors' reports of the estate of Thomas Wolfe, correspondence about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and the restoration of the Old Kentucky Home, family memorabilia, and volumes that chiefly relate to the Wolfe family. Family correspondence covers the years 1882 to 1977 and includes letters to and from Fred Wolfe, Mabel Wolfe Wheaton, Julia E. Wolfe, Frank Wolfe, W.O. Wolfe, Effie Wolfe Gambrell, and other members of the Wolfe and Gambrell families. Some of this material relates to Thomas Wolfe, but much of it concerns family matters. There is considerable correspondence between family members about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, which shows the part the family played in the restoration and preservation of the Old Kentucky Home. Correspondence with Maxwell Perkins and Edward Aswell relates to the Thomas Wolfe Estate. There is also correspondence with members of the New York law firm of Ernst, Cane, and Berner, and especially with Paul Gitlin of that firm who succeeded Aswell as executor of the Thomas Wolfe Estate. Other correspondence consists of Fred Wolfe's personal correspondence, some of which demonstrates his efforts in preserving the memory of Thomas Wolfe's life and work. There are letters to and from individuals who wrote about or knew Thomas Wolfe, especially LeGette Blythe, Aldo P. Magi, John Skally Terry, Andrew Turnbull, Henry T. Volkening, Richard Walser, and Wolfe's literary agent and first biographer Elizabeth Nowell. There are also subject files containing material relating to the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, documents from the Thomas Wolfe Estate, other legal and financial documents, materials relating to real estate in Asheville and in Florida, correspondence about grave markers in Asheville, a few manuscripts of published and unpublished articles about Thomas Wolfe, and a few copies of Fred Wolfe's speeches about Thomas Wolfe. There are playbills from productions related to Thomas Wolfe or his work, tourist guides for Asheville, and publicity materials about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and the Old Kentucky Home. Wolfe family memorabilia includes commencement invitations; some business cards for the Old Kentucky Home; and a small printed advertisement for the North Carolina, Julia E. Wolfe's 1904 boarding house in Saint Louis, Mo. Also included are Mabel Wolfe Wheaton's autograph album and guest book, a small account book that belonged to Julia E. Wolfe before her marriage, a small notebook of W.O. Wolfe, and other items.
Creator Wolfe, Fred.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Fred Wolfe Papers (#CW5), North Carolina Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
The materials were given by Edward C. Gambrell, nephew of Fred Wolfe and executor of his estate, on 22 April 1981.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Frederick William Wolfe was born in Asheville, N.C., on 15 July 1894, the seventh child and fourth son of Julia Elizabeth Westall and William Oliver Wolfe. He was educated in Asheville schools and was working as a salesman in Dayton, Ohio, when the United States entered World War I. He returned to Asheville and joined the Navy, serving for about a year. After his naval service, he attended the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, graduating in 1922. Fred Wolfe worked in Atlanta for Fairbanks, Morse and Company for about seven years, and then held several sales jobs in High Point, N.C., and Harrisonburg, Pa. In 1934, he joined the Blue Bird Ice Cream Company of Spartanburg, S.C., as a salesman, a position he held until the early 1960s. He married Mary Burris on 24 July 1943. In his later years, Fred Wolfe devoted himself to perpetuating the memory of his brother, Thomas Wolfe, through the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and in speeches at colleges and universities. Fred Wolfe died on 8 April 1980 and is buried in the family plot in Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, N.C.

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The Fred Wolfe Papers contain Wolfe family correspondence, correspondence with Maxwell Perkins and Edward Aswell in their roles as executors of the Thomas Wolfe Estate, personal correspondence of Fred Wolfe, manuscripts about Thomas Wolfe, legal documents including executors' reports of the estate of Thomas Wolfe, correspondence about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and the restoration of the Old Kentucky Home, family memorabilia, and volumes chiefly relating to the Wolfe family.

Family correspondence covers the years 1882 to 1977 and includes letters to and from Fred Wolfe, Mabel Wolfe Wheaton, Julia E. Wolfe, Frank Wolfe, W.O. Wolfe, Effie Wolfe Gambrell, and other members of the Wolfe and Gambrell families. Some of this material relates to Thomas Wolfe, but much of it concerns family matters. There is considerable correspondence between family members about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, which shows the part the family played in the restoration and preservation of the Old Kentucky Home.

Correspondence with Maxwell Perkins and Edward Aswell relates to the Thomas Wolfe Estate. There is also correspondence with members of the New York law firm of Ernst, Cane, and Berner, and especially with Paul Gitlin of that firm who succeeded Aswell as the executor of the Thomas Wolfe Estate. Other correspondence consists of Fred Wolfe's personal correspondence, some of which demonstrates his efforts in preserving the memory of Thomas Wolfe's life and work. There are letters to and from individuals who wrote about or knew Thomas Wolfe, especially LeGette Blythe, Aldo P. Magi, John Skally Terry, Andrew Turnbull, Henry T. Volkening, Richard Walser, and Wolfe's literary agent and first biographer Elizabeth Nowell.

In addition to the alphabetical correspondence files, there are subject files containing material relating to the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, documents from the Thomas Wolfe Estate, other legal and financial documents, materials relating to real estate in Asheville and in Florida, correspondence about grave markers in Asheville, a few manuscripts of published and unpublished articles about Thomas Wolfe, and a few copies of Fred Wolfe's speeches about Thomas Wolfe.

There are playbills from productions related to Thomas Wolfe or his work, tourist guides for Asheville, and publicity materials about the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association and the Old Kentucky Home. Wolfe family memorabilia, which contains only printed material, includes commencement invitations; some business cards for the Old Kentucky Home; and a small printed advertisement for the North Carolina, Julia E. Wolfe's 1904 boarding house in Saint Louis, Mo. Also included are Mabel Wolfe Wheaton's autograph album and guest book, a small account book that belonged to Julia E. Wolfe before her marriage, a small notebook of W.O. Wolfe, and several other items.

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Contents list

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Box 1

A: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 1

Alspaugh, William and Patricia, 1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 1

Anderson, Margaret, 1959-1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 1

Ariail, Warren G., 1948-1950 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 1

Aswell, Edward C., 1938-1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 1

Box 2

Aswell, Edward C., 1950-1955 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 2

Box 3

Aswell, Edward C., 1956-1958 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

B: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Bach, Julian, 1947 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Baker, George Pierce, 1923 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Barber Brothers Orchards, 1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Barnett, Augusta, 1964-1966 (see also Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association) #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Bayley, Virginia, 1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Beresford, Patricia, 1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Berner, Anne, 1960-1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Bernstein, Aline, 1928 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Blomberg, Harry, 1942 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Bloomgarden, Kermit, 1957-1959 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Blythe, LeGette, 1958-1966 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

"Book World," 1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Brown, Roscoe Fisher, 1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Burton, W. C., 1960 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

C: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Carter, Frank, 1936-1941 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 3

Box 4

Champion, Myra, 1950-1963 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Chapman, George, 1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Childress, Leonard, Mr. and Mrs., 1947-1951 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Conway, Ray, 1938-1939 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Coughlan, Robert, 1956-1960 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Crawford, Annie Laurie, 1938 (see also printed material in Box 29) #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

D: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Dandy, Walter, 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Dashiell, Alfred S., 1953-1959 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Davidson College, 1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Dickson, Frank A., 1948-1953 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

di Boe, Mizpah, 1956-1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

E: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Ernst, Cane and Berner, 1938-1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 4

Box 5

Ernst, Cane and Berner, 1959-1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Ernst, Cane and Berner (Paul Gitlin), 1958-1972 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

F: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Florida Presbyterian College, 1962-1963 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Foremost Dairies, 1934-1965 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Foster, Ruel, 1958 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Fulenwider, John and Catherine, 1966-1977 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Furman University, 1953 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

G: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Gambrell, David, 1936-1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 5

Box 6

Gambrell, David, 1949-1960 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Gambrell, Edward C., 1944-1973 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Gambrell, Effie Wolfe, 1934-1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Gambrell, Fred W., 1948-1952 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Gambrell, George, 1942-1952 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Garrison, V. O., 1934-1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 6

Box 7

Georgia Institute of Technology, 1956-1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Graham, Frank Porter, 1950 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Greer, Paul, 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Greenville High School, 1969 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

H: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hall, Jay, 1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hamner, Earl, 1955-1956 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hardwick, J. Gordon, 1949-1955 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Harper & Brothers, 1939 (see also Aswell, Edward C.) #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Harris, Lon and Elizabeth, 1938-1944 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hart, Henry and Mary, 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Harvard University Library, 1960-1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hatchett, William R. and Carmen, 1951-1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hempstead, Dorothy, 1946-1947 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Helmke, Hans, 1963-1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Holmes, Estelle Barton, 1957-1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Hutchings, Amy, 1937-1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

J: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Jack, Peter Munro, 1948-1949 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

K: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Kennedy, Richard, 1951; 1964 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Kleinberg, Norman, 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 7

Box 8

L: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Lee, Russell and Dorothy, 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Life Magazine, 1941-1956 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Lindsey, Robert H., 1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Liptrott, Mildred, 1938-1961 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Mc: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

McGill, Ralph, 1946 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

McNeill, Annie Gibson, 1938-1946 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

M: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Magi, Aldo, 1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Malone, Ted, 1940-1941 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Miller, Daniel Carlos, 1962-1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Miller, Edward, 1938-1976 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Moore, C. B., 1885 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Mossman, Joe #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

N: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Napolitano, Ralph, 1973 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

New York Times Book Review, 1960-1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

New York University, 1958 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

New Yorker Magazine, 1958 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Norton, Geraldine, 1935-1961, undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Nowell, Elizabeth, 1937-1958, undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 8

Box 9

O: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

P: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

Patton, Wendell, 1964-1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

Pease, A.E., 1945-1951 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

Perkins, Louise, 1945-1951 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

Perkins, Maxwell, 1931-1945 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 9

Box 10

Perkins, Maxwell, 1946-1947 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

R: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Rapport, Leonard, 1959-1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Raynolds, Robert, 1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Reeves, Paschal, 1966-1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Ricker, Kenneth, 1951-1952 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Rifkin, Joyce, 1958-1963 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Rau, Robert B. #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Rollins, Henry, 1962-1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Rothman, David, 1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Ruge, E. C., Dr., 1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

S: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Sandburg, Carl, 1951-1953 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Saturday Review of Literature, 1951-1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Scribner's, Charles and Sons, 1947-1973 (see also Maxwell Perkins) #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Shoemaker, Don and Lyal, 1951-1952 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Shubert, John, 1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Simmons, John and Essie, 1945-1955 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Spartan High School, 1962 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Stevens, James and Theresa, 1938-1939 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Still, James, 1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 10

Box 11

Stokeley, James, 1938-1951 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

T: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Tate, D. W., 1938-1952 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Terry, John Skally, 1940-1952 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Theatrical Interests Plan, 1959 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Turnbull, Andrew, 1960-1968 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1949-1963 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Gift Receipts, 1950-1963 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

V: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Vaugh, Alexander H., 1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Volkening, Henry, 1939-1955 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 11

Box 12

W: General #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Wallace, Robert M. #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Walser, Richard, 1950-1978 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Walther, John D., 1967 (includes transcripts of an interview with Fred Wolfe) #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Watkins, Floyd, 1964 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Westall, Annie, 1950-1977 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Westall, Henrietta, 1945-1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Westall, Henry, 1945-1947 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Westall, N. B., 1921 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Westall, Thomas Casey, 1882-1883 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, 1931-1936 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 12

Box 13

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, 1936-1941 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 13

Box 14

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, 1942-June 1946 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 14

Box 15

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, July 1946-April 1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 15

Box 16

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, May 1948-April 1950 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 16

Box 17

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, May 1950-1952 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 17

Box 18

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, 1953-1955 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 18

Box 19

Wheaton, Mabel Wolfe, 1956-1958 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 19

Wheaton, Ralph Harris, 1931-1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 19

Wheelock, John Hall, 1948-1957 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 19

Box 20

Wilder, Virginia Gambrell, 1936-1966 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Wisdom, William, 1945-1950 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Wolf, Edgar, 1943 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Wolf, Howard A., 1979 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Wolfe, Ben, 1915-1918 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Wolfe, Frank, 1934-1935 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 20

Box 21

Wolfe, Frank, 1946-March 1948 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 21

Box 22

Wolfe, Frank, April 1948-1955 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 22

Wolfe, Fred, 1909, 1920-1938 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 22

Wolfe, Julia E., 1920-1936 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 22

Box 23

Wolfe, Julia E., 1937-1946 and undated #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 23

Wolfe, Louis, 1941, 1951 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 23

Wolfe, Rheinhardt Dietz, 1940-1977 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 23

Box 24

Wolfe, William Oliver, 1884, 1913-1921 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Wood, Jesse L., 1942-1945 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Woodbridge, William W., 1938-1939 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Wyckoff, Irma, 1947 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Wylie, Nancy, 1962-1965 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Young, Don C., 1942-1973 #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

Unidentified #CW5, Series: "1. Correspondence." Box 24

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Box 25

Berlin Exhibit, 1960 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Blue Bird Ice Cream Company, undated #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Eastes Film, possibly 1976 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Employment Securities Comission, 1961 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Grave Markers, 1938-1962 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Manuscripts: Blythe, LeGette #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Manuscripts: de Boe, Mizpah #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Manuscripts: Green, Charmian #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Manuscripts: Ingalls, Marjorie #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Manuscripts: Williams, Betty Lynch #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Miscellaneous #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Property: Asheville, 1937 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 25

Box 26

Property: Asheville, 1942-1950 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Property: Dade County, 1927-1963 and undated #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Property: Miami Beach Lot, 1928, 1940-1949 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Property: Spartanburg, 1927, 1947-1948 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Reviews, 1960 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Simmons and Wolfe Ice Cream Company, undated #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

SS Thomas Wolfe, 1944 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, 1948-1951(see also Barnett, Augusta) #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 26

Box 27

Thomas Wolfe Memorial Association, 1952-1975 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Thomas Wolfe Playhouse, 1965 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Wills and legal documents #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Wolfe, Fred: Speeches #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Wolfe, Julia E.: Correspondence concerning death #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Wolfe, Julia E.: Estate #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Wolfe, Thomas: Estate, 1944-1969 (see also, Perkins, Maxwell; Aswell, Edward; Ernst, Cane & Berner) #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 27

Box 28

Wolfe, Thomas: Estate #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 28

Wolfe, Thomas: Estate, Executors' Reports, 1940-1960 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 28

Wolfe, Thomas: Funeral Selections #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 28

Wolfe, W. O.: Estate, 1922 #CW5, Series: "2. Subject Files." Box 28

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Processing Information

Processed by: Frances Weaver, A. Hope Shull, Nicholas Graham, 1998

Encoded by: Benjamin Bromley, January 2009

There were some letters from Thomas Wolfe to members of his family among Fred Wolfe's papers. In accordance with the gift agreement of April 1981, these letters were placed in the Wolfe Family Papers (#CW). The clipping file and loose clippings that were with Fred Wolfe's papers were transferred to the Thomas Wolfe Collection clipping file.

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