Powell Glass, Jr., papers 1941-1945 (bulk 1944-1945)
Daniel R. Hundley diary
Hundley, Daniel R. (Daniel Robinson), 1832-1899
The Daniel R. Hundley diary was kept by an Alabamian while he was in Chicago seeking a career as an author. The diary contains daily records of his activities, and his reactions as a southern Baptist, living in the North, to national and international political issues such as abolition. Of particular interest are his scathing comments on John Brown and his "assassins," whose fates he followed very closely in the days after the Harper's Ferry raid.
The material is in English
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