Collection Number: 05707-z

Collection Title: James Giles Hudson, Sr. Papers, 1918-1955

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Size 7 items
Abstract James Giles Hudson, Sr., was a member of Andrew Jackson Masonic Lodge No. 576 of Salisbury, N.C., and served as Grand Master of North Carolina, 1936-1937. The collection consists of Hudson's Masonic Record, which includes members, notes, correspondence, initiation allowances and announcements, newspaper clippings and memorials of past masters; and 5 black and white photographs of officers of Andrew Jackson Lodge No. 576. Also included is a photograph of the human American eagle formation photograph by Mole and Thomas of 12,500 officers, nurses, and men at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., in 1918 in which Hudson and his later-wife appear.
Creator Hudson, James Giles, Sr.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
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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 James Giles Hudson, Sr. Papers #5707-z, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received as a donation from John T. Hudson in November 2016 (Acc. 102984).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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James Giles Hudson, Sr., was a member of Andrew Jackson Masonic Lodge No. 576 of Salisbury, N.C., and served as Grand Master of North Carolina, 1936-1937.

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The collection consists primarily of materials relating to James Giles Hudson, Sr.'s membership as a Mason. It contains Hudson's Masonic Record, which includes members, notes, correspondence, initiation allowances and announcements, newspaper clippings and memorials of past masters; and 5 black and white photographs of officers of Andrew Jackson Lodge No. 576. Also included is a photograph of the human American eagle formation photograph by Mole and Thomas of 12,500 officers, nurses, and men at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., in 1918 in which Hudson and his later-wife appear.

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7 items.

The collection consists primarily of materials relating to James Giles Hudson, Sr.'s membership as a Mason. It contains Hudson's Masonic Record, which includes members, notes, correspondence, initiation allowances and announcements, newspaper clippings and memorials of past masters; and 5 black and white photographs of officers of Andrew Jackson Lodge No. 576. Also included is a photograph of the human American eagle formation photograph by Mole and Thomas of 12,500 officers, nurses, and men at Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., in 1918 in which Hudson and his later-wife appear.

Folder 1

Masonic Record of James Giles Hudson, Sr., 1936-1937 #05707-z, Series: "James Giles Hudson, Sr. Papers, 1918-1955." Folder 1

Image Folder PF-5707/1

Photographs, 1952-1955 #05707-z, Series: "James Giles Hudson, Sr. Papers, 1918-1955." PF-5707/1

Oversize Image Folder OP-PF-5707/1

Human American eagle formation photograph, 1918 #05707-z, Series: "James Giles Hudson, Sr. Papers, 1918-1955." OP-PF-5707/1

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Processing Information

Processed by: Jodi Berkowitz, December 2016

Encoded by: Jodi Berkowitz, December 2016

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