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David McCord Wright papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Wright, David McCord, 1909-1968.
Title: David McCord Wright papers
Dates: 1812-1978
Extent: 28.0 cubic feet (47 boxes, 3 volumes, 1 oversize folder)
Identification: MS 1277

Biographical/Historical Note

David McCord Wright (1909-1968) was born in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Anton Pope and Hannah McCord Smythe Wright. He was educated in Savannah public schools, attended the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., and then went to the University of Pennsylvania where he studied architecture. He received his LL.B. (Bachelor of Law degree) at the University of Virginia in 1935 and practiced law in Savannah and Atlanta for a short time. From 1937-1940 he was a graduate student in economics at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, receiving his M.A. in 1939 and his Ph.D. in 1940. He was appointed assistant Professor of Business Administration at the University of Virginia in 1939 and served there for thirteen years, becoming Professor of Economics and Lecturer in Law. In 1953 he was invited by Oxford University to become Fulbright lecturer in economics where he remained for two years. In 1955 he was appointed Dow Professor of Economics and Political Science at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He returned to Georgia in 1962 as Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia, serving in that position until his death. He lectured at many colleges and institutions in America, and in Europe in 1956 for the U.S. Department of State. He was the author of books, articles and pamphlets in economics and law. At the time of his death he was Economic Adviser to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. His wife was Caroline Noble Jones of Savannah, with whom he had two sons and a daughter.


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains correspondence, David McCord Wright's writings on economics and law, genealogies, clippings, printed materials, scrapbooks and photographs. The correspondence, arranged in chronological order, includes immediate family and connecting lines and David McCord Wright's business, personal and economic correspondence. Of note in the family correspondents are Langdon Cheves, John Bennett, Samuel Gaillard Stoney and H.W. Fellden of Burwash, Sussex, England, whose wife was Julie McCord of Charleston, South Carolina. David Wright's correspondence on economic and political affairs is with well-known persons in America, England and Kikera Yamaoka of Japan. The correspondence covers the years 1908 - May 1978. The family correspondence concerns personal matters, and social life in Charleston and Pendleton, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. There are many letters from David Wright to his mother while he was a student at the Citadel, at the University of Pennsylvania, at the University of Virginia and at Harvard; also from Oxford University while he was a Fulbright lecturer. In 1930 he went to the Double S Ranch, Cliff, New Mexico, to recover from arthritis and his letters of that period relate his experiences there. There are letters to David Wright from notable politicians and economists; e.g., Walter F. George, Richard B. Russell, Herman Talmadge, Carl E. Sanders, Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Walter W. Heller, Arthur F. Burns, J.A. Schumpeter, Arthur H. Vandenberg, Paul A. Samuelson, Milton Friedman, C.S. Lewis, Virginius Dabney, Eugene Rostow, Harry Byrd, J.K. Galbraith, John F. Kennedy, Leverett F. Saltonstall, William F. Buckley, Henry R. Luce, John Foster Dulles, et al. (See contents listing). Some speeches and essays of Anton Pope Wright and the memoirs of Mrs. Anton Pope Wright are in the collection. There are 8 boxes of genealogical materials collected by David McCord Wright, arranged alphabetically by name of family, 3 boxes of David Wright's writings on economics and 2 boxes of photographs.


Index Terms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Criticism.
Economic history.
Economic policy.
Economics--United States.
Genealogies (histories)
Georgia--Social life and customs.
Letters (correspondence)
Photographs.
Reviews (document genre)
South Carolina--Social life and customs.
Telegrams.
Wright family.
Wright, David McCord, 1909-1968.

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Material was acquired from creator and family of creator.

Preferred Citation

[item identification], David McCord Wright papers, MS 1277, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Wright family, 1970, 1971, 1979, 1980, and 1986.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Georgia Historical Society. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Division of Library and Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Georgia Historical Society as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2012 Documenting Democracy grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Container List

 

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1David McCord Wright correspondence, 1908-1930

Correspondence, 1908-1929, 55.0 items.
Family correspondence, mainly to David Wright from his mother and father; plus a few letters from his uncle, John Bennett. Also includes a letter of introduction from architect Albert Simons of Charleston, S.C. to Harry Sternfeld of the School of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania concerning David Wright's planned entrance to that school in the Fall of 1927. A letter of May 1, 1928 to David Wright (sometimes referred to as David McCord Wright) from his brother Anton expresses regret that David is hospitalized with jaundice.
Correspondence, 1929 January-June, 25.0 items.
Family correspondence, primarily from David who is attending the University of Pennsylvania to his mother. A letter of April 13 from Warren P. Laird, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania to Anton P. Wright (David's father) grants a leave of absence to David because of illness. Other letters refer to David's illness.
Correspondence, 1929 July-December, 36.0 items.
Family Correspondence, primarily about David's continued illness and his progress toward recovery. Also includes letters congratulating David on his twentieth birthday.
Correspondence, 1930 January-April, 20.0 items.
Family correspondence, mainly between David and his mother concerning social events in Savannah. Also letters David wrote to his mother while he was staying at the Double S Ranch, Cliff, New Mexico.
Correspondence, 1930 May-July, 23.0 items.
Family correspondence with references to David's health.
Correspondence, 1930 August-September, 30.0 items.
Family correspondence including letters from David to his mother describing life at the Double S Ranch.
Correspondence, 1930 October-November, 32.0 items.
Family correspondence. Also includes a letter from J.M. Page, Dean of the University of Virginia, to David McCord Wright concerning David's plans to enter Law School there.
Correspondence, 1930 December, 23.0 items.
Family correspondence.

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29Correspondence, 1931 January-February, 38.0 items.
Family Correspondence including letters from David to his mother describing winter at the Double S Ranch.
10Correspondence, 1931 March-November, 51.0 items.
Family correspondence concerning David's departure from the Double S, news of social events in Savannah.
11Correspondence, 1932-1936, 24.0 items.
Family correspondence plus a medical report on David's condition which has been diagnosed as arthritis.
12Correspondence, 1937 February-October, 35.0 items.
Family correspondence, reference to David's decision to enter Harvard for further studies.
13Correspondence, 1937 November-December, 31.0 items.
Family correspondence including letters to David while he was enrolled at Harvard.
14Correspondence, 1938 January-March, 57.0 items.
Family correspondence including letters to David while he was enrolled at Harvard.
15Correspondence, 1938 April-December, 45.0 items.
Family correspondence including news of Savannah plus letters concerning social life in Charleston from David's aunt, Sue Bennett.
16Correspondence, 1939 January-October, 53.0 items.
Family news, letters concerning David's appointment as an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia.
17Correspondence, 1939 November-December, 27.0 items.
News of family and holiday activities.
 

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3Correspondence, 1940 January-1941 March

Correspondence, 1940 January-February, 29.0 items.
Family correspondence consisting of letters to David McCord Wright from his mother and brother Billy.
Correspondence, 1940 March-April, 37.0 items.
Letters to David McCord Wright from his mother and his uncle John "Jack" Bennett of Charleston. One letter from William L. Grayson includes a clipping concerning the death of Langdon Cheves of Charleston.
Correspondence, 1940 May-June, 43.0 items.
Family correspondence including letters to David McCord Wright from his mother and telegrams of congratulations on his marriage to Caroline Jones.
Correspondence, 1940 July-September, 36.0 items.
Family letters plus letters from friends concerning David McCord Wright's marriage including a congratulatory letter from Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Also includes a letter in support of Wendell Wilkie from Oren Root, Jr.
Correspondence, 1940 October-December, 44.0 items.
Family letters, letters concerning David McCord Wright's work in economics on the problem of "replacement waves" and a letter from Oren Root, Jr indicating David McCord Wright's support for Wilkie.
Correspondence, 1941 January-February, 35.0 items.
Family letters and letters concerning David McCord Wright's work in economics.
Correspondence, 1941 March, 35.0 items.
Family letters, letter from James C. Nelson of the National Resources Planning Board congratulating David McCord Wright on having received a $500 prize from Harvard for research on his doctoral dissertation.
 

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4Correspondence, 1941April-1942 December

Correspondence, 1941 April, 36.0 items.
Correspondence from family, friends, and economists. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1941 May-June, 47.0 items.
Correspondence from family, friends, and economists, plus correspondence concerning the publication of David McCord Wright s dissertation. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, John M. Keynes.
Correspondence, 1941 July-December, 74.0 items.
Correspondence from family, friends, and economists.Correspondents include Walter F. George.
Correspondence, 1942 January, 53.0 items.
Correspondence from family, friends, and economists.
Correspondence, 1942 February-April, 60.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1942 May-July, 58.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter from David McCord Wright to Henry Cumming concerning the possibility that Wright take a desk job with the army since arthritis and slight deafness in one ear has made him ineligible for active military service. Correspondents include Alvin Mansen.
Correspondence, 1942 August-December, 79.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include A. Hansen, Colgate W. Darden, Jr.
 

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5Correspondence, 1943 January-December

Correspondence, 1943 January-February, 52.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, including correspondence concerning David McCord Wright 's article on the national debt. Correspondents include A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1943 March-April, 61.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1943 May-June, 57.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler and A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1943 July-August, 43.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1943 September-December and undated, 50.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Virginius Dabney, A. Hansen, John M. Keynes.
 

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6Correspondence, 1944 January-December

Correspondence, 1944 January, 36.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include: A. Hansen. John M. Keynes.
Correspondence, 1944 February-March, 67.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include: Colgate Darden, A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1944 April-July, 71.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1944 August, 66.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1944 September-November, 48.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1944 December and undated, 33.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter from Gorham Munson of Prentice-Hall on December 30 rejecting David McCord Wright 's book on the national debt.
 

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7Correspondence, 1945 January-December

Correspondence, 1945 January-March, 55.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Same correspondence concerning David McCord Wright's article "Hopes and Fears - The Shape of Things to Come."
Correspondence, 1945 April-May, 68.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondence with Colgate Darden.
Correspondence, 1945 June-July, 87.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. A few letters concern David McCord Wright 's acceptance of an invitation to teach summer school at Columbia University. Correspondents include Colgate Darden A. Hansen.
Correspondence, 1945 August-September, 71.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents includes Virginius Dabney,.A. Hansen, Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1945 October-November, 62.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1945 December and undated, 49.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents includes Seymour Harris.
 

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8Correspondence, 1946 January-December

Correspondence, 1946 January-February, 69.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Several letters relate to David McCord Wright 's article, "Business and the Radical Indictment." Correspondents include Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1946 March, 56.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Seymour Harris and John M. Keynes.
Correspondence, 1946 April-May, 75.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Seymour Harris and George H. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1946 June, 36.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus correspondence concerning publication of David McCord Wright s manuscript Economics of Disturbance; also a letter of David McCord Wright on June 18 refers to an ear operation he had in 1944 which reversed an advanced deafness. Correspondents include Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1946 July, 62.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1946 August, 40.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1946 September-October, 86.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus requests to David McCord Wright to write book reviews for several economics books. Correspondents include Seymour Harris, Edward R. Stettinus, Jr.
Correspondence, 1946 November, 62.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Seymour Harris, Edward R. Stettinus.
Correspondence, 1946 December and undated, 59.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus correspondence with Harvard, Columbia, and the University of California regarding possible summer school appointments for David McCord Wright .
 

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9Correspondence, 1947 January-October

Correspondence, 1947 January-February, 91.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates including notification of his acceptance of an invitation to teach summer school at the University of California. Correspondents include: Edward R. Stettinus, Jr.
Correspondence, 1947 March, 47.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Seymour Harris, Joseph A. Schumpeter, Edward R. Stettinus, Jr.
Correspondence, 1947 April, 44.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter of the eleventh with David McCord Wright 's views on post-war inflation. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Walter W. Heller.
Correspondence, 1947 May, 66.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus several letters of David McCord Wright and Paul Douglas' explaining their different views on the proposed program for the American Economic Association and correspondence concerning David McCord Wright 's inclusion in Who's Who in Current Literature. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Paul H. Douglas, George H. Hildebrand, Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1947 June-July, 73.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Paul H. Douglas, Seymour Harris, Robert A. Taft.
Correspondence, 1947 August-September, 75.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Letters from Alvin H. Hansen, Seymour Harris.
Correspondence, 1947 October, 77.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letters from Colgate Darden and Seymour Harris.
 

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10Correspondence, 1947 November-1948 June

Correspondence, 1947 November, 65.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, including George H. Hildebrand and Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1947 December and undated, 52.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, including letters from Arthur F. Burns.
Correspondence, 1948 January, 67.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus correspondence concerning the publication of David McCord Wright 's ms., Democracy and Progress. Also included is an invitation to David McCord Wright from Harvard University to teach the 1948 summer school session. Correspondents include G.H. Hildebrand, Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1948 February, 82.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Colgate Darden and Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1948 March, 101.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Letters from A. Hansen, Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1948 April, 84.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus Henry S. Canby, Colgate Darden, F.A. Hayek, Oren Root, Jr., Joseph Schumpeter, Arthur Vandenberg.
Correspondence, 1948 May, 103.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter of the fourteenth in which David McCord Wright describes his teaching duties at the University of Virginia. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1948 June, 67.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter of the sixteenth from the Macmillan Company notifying David McCord Wright that his book, Democracy and Progress, will be published in a German-Austrian edition. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, Engene Rostow, Joseph Schumpeter, G.H. Hildebrand.
 

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11Correspondence, 1948 July-December

Correspondence, 1948 July, 78.0 items.
Letters from business associates and family and friends, plus some letters concerning German-Austrian edition of Democracy and Progress. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand, Joseph Schumpeter, T.R. Snavely.
Correspondence, 1948 August, 67.0 items.
Mostly letters from associates concerning economic theory and David McCord Wright 's teaching and lecturing appointments and several letters concerning Democracy and Progress. Some personal correspondence. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, G.H. Hildebrand, Paul Samuelson, T.R. Snavely.
Correspondence, 1948 September, 57.0 items.
Mostly letters to and from associates concerning economics. There are a few family letters, plus a critical letter from David McCord Wright to Seymour Harris concerning a book by Paul Sweezy that Harris is publishing. Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1948 October, 98.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, plus several letters offering David McCord Wright a teaching position at UCLA. Correspondents include A. Hansen, Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand, Frank Knight, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1948 November, 122.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. There are several letters concerning the Proposed 1952 publication of a book honoring Dr.John Williams on his 65th birthday; also another letter concerning Paul Sweezy's book on socialism; another to Paul Samuelson on Truman's election. Correspondents include Howard Ellis, Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, H.A. Hayek, G.H. Hildebrand, Paul Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1948 December and undated, 140.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, plus a letter congratulating David McCord Wright on his election as first vice-president of the Southern Economic Association. Correspondents include Gardner Ackley, Colgate Darden, Howard Ellis, Paul Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter, T.R. Snavely.
 

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12Correspondence, 1949 January-June

Correspondence, 1949 January, 118.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, plus several letters regarding David McCord Wright's position at University of Virginia; also more letters concerning Paul Sweezy's book on Socialism. Correspondents include Gardner Ackley, Colgate Darden, John T. Dunlop, Howard Ellis, Seymour Harris, F.A. Hayek.
Correspondence, 1949 February, 104.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, plus letters inviting David McCord Wright to speak to Chamber of Commerce of the United States in Washington, D.C. and his acceptance. Letters concerning work in progress on David McCord Wright 's book on Capitalism. Correspondents include Gardner Ackley, Colgate Darden, John T. Dunlop, Gottfried Haberler, A. Hansen, G.H. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1949 March, 95.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include: Gardner Ackley, Virginius Dabney, Howard Ellis, Gottfried Haberler, A. Hansen, Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1949 April, 71.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include: Dean Acheson, Seymour Harris, Joseph Schumpeter.
Correspondence, 1949 May, 78.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends.
Correspondence, 1949 June, 113.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondence include: Virginius Dabney, Gottfried Haberler, G.H. Hildebrand, Paul A. Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter, Joseph Spengler.
 

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13Correspondence, 1949 July-October and undated

Correspondence, 1949 July, 61.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Those from his associates concern his work on various mss., book reviews, organizaions and general economic news. Correspondents include Joseph Schumpeter, A. Hansen, Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1949 August, 102.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, A. Hartsen, Seymour Harris, Paul A. Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter, J.J. Spengler.
Correspondence, 1949 September, 74.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include: Paul A. Samuelson, Joseph Schumpeter, J.J. Spengler.
Correspondence, 1949 October, 98.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Virginius Dabney, Harry F. Byrd, S. Harris, J.J. Spengler, J. Schumpeter, Paul Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1949 November, 103.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Many are concerning David McCord Wright 's election as president of the Southern Economic Association. Of special note is the correspondence concerning hotel accomodations in Knoxville, Tenn. for a Black member of the Association for the annual meeting. Correspondents include: Virginius Dabney, John T. Dunlop, Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, JosephSchumpeter, J.J. Spengler.
Correspondence, 1949 December and undated, 108.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Arthur F. Burns, Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., J.J. Spengler.
 

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14Correspondence, 1950 January-August
This box contains letters from associates, family and friends. Those from associates are concerning the Southern Economic Association, book reviews, manuscripts and the economic field.

Correspondence, 1950 January, 134.0 items.
Correspondents include John T. Dunlop, Seymour Harris, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Correspondence, 1950 February, 71.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Seymour Harris, James Tobin.
Correspondence, 1950 March, 75.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Letters from Gottfried Haberter, Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson, J.J. Spengler.
Correspondence, 1950 April, 86.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, plus congratulations on the birth of the Wright's daughter, Anna Habersham. Letters from Seymour Harris, G.H. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1950 May, 77.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include: Gottfried Haberter, Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1950 June, 45.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, including letters from Seymour Harris, Paul Samuelson, F. Bland Tucker.
Correspondence, 1950 July, 56.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends, including letters from Paul Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1950 July, 51.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondence includes letters from Milton Friedman and J.J. Spengler.
 

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15Correspondence, 1950 September-1951 June
This box contains letters from associates, family and friends. Those from associates are concerning his manuscripts, book reviews, and the economic field. Exceptions are noted in the individual folder descriptions.

Correspondence, 1950 September, 54.0 items.
Many letters are concerning his book Capitalism. Correspondents include Seymour Harris, James Tobin and Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1950 October, 73.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Milton Friedman, Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1950 November, 79.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Samuelson, and Milton Friedman.
Correspondence, 1950 December and undated, 101.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Samuelson, and Milton Friedman.
Correspondence, 1951 January, 60.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Milton Friedman and Virginius Dabney. Several of these letters are about the war in Korea, Communism and U.S. politics.
Correspondence, 1951 February, 92.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Mrs. Elizabeth Schumpeter, George H. Hildebrand, Virginius Dabney, Eugene Rostow, Paul Samuelson and Milton Friedman. Many letters are concerning the death of Joseph A. Schumpeter and Wright's article on "Schumpeter and Keynes."
Correspondence, 1951 March, 98.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Correspondents include Paul H. Douglas, Seymour E. Harris, Harry F. Byrd, Willis Robertson, Walter F. George, Alfred A. Knopf, Gottfried Haberler, and Milton Friedman, Virginius Dabney, Paul Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1951 April, 86.0 items.
Letters from associates, family and friends. Includes letters of George H. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1951 May, 71.0 items.
Correspondence, 1951 July, 66.0 items.
Many of these letters are concerning Wright's political view on Communism vs. Democracy. Correspondents include Arthur F. Burns.
 

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16Correspondence, 1951 July-1952 June
Letters from associates, family and friends. Those from associates are from economists concerning David McCord Wright's teaching appointments, books in progress and in print.

Correspondence, 1951 July, 29.0 items.
Letters concerning the royalties from his book, Principles of Economic Growth.
Correspondence, 1951 August, 22.0 items.
Includes two letters concerning his book MacMillan and Company is publishing; letter concerning David McCord Wright s article on "Where We and Russia Part;" several letters concerning Southern Economic Association's fall program.
Correspondence, 1951 September, 26.0 items.
Letters to and from Gottfried Haberler, Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Herbert R. Northrup.
Correspondence, 1951 October, 21.0 items.
Letters to and from Charles D. Anderson, editor, MacMillan Company; Gottfried Haberler, Herbert R. Northrup.
Correspondence, 1951 November, 19.0 items.
Correspondents include: G.T. Schwenning, editor, Southern Economic Journal, Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Charles D. Anderson , Gottfried Haberler.
Correspondence, 1951 December and undated, 38.0 items.
Correspondents include Colgate W. Darden, Jr., T.R. Snavely, Undated letters are from family and friends.
Correspondence, 1952 January, 64.0 items.
Correspondents include Colgate W. Darden, Jr. Family Correspondence concerning David McCord Wright 's facial surgery from Samuel G. Stoney, Roy Harrod; letters concerning David McCord Wright 's nomination for a Fulbright Fellowship at Oxford for 1953-54.
Correspondence, 1952 February, 47.0 items.
Letters to and from Colgate W. Darden, Jr., John Dana Wise (Vice-president Richmond Times - Dispatch - Richmond News Leader, Charles D. Anderson, Philip D. Bradley, Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1952 March, 58.0 items.
Correspondents include Colgate W. Darden, Charles D. Anderson, Walter W. Heller, Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1952 April, 42.0 items.
Correspondents were Alfred Knopf, Charles Anderson, Philip Bradley, Walter Heller, Roy Harrod, Gottfried Haberler.
Correspondence, 1952 May, 57.0 items.
Correspondents include Alfred A. Knopf, John Dana Wise, Charles D. Anderson, Walter Heller, Gottfried Haberler, Roy Hatrod.
Correspondence, 1952 June, 43.0 items.
Correspondents include Charles D. Anderson and Philip D. Bradley. Letters concerning the book The Impact of the Union, edited by David McCord Wright .
 

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17Correspondence, 1952 July-1953 February
These letters are from associates, family and friends. Those from associates are concerning his manuscripts, book reviews, and the economic field. In folder 124, there are several letters concerning Anton Pope Wright's death.

Correspondence, 1952 July, 31.0 items.
These are primarily between family members and concerning family news.
Correspondence, 1952 August, 32.0 items.
These are primarily between family members and concerning family news.
Correspondence, 1952 September, 78.0 items.
These are primarily between family members and concerning family news, plus Gottfried Haberler.
Correspondence, 1952 October, 61.0 items.
Correspondents include Milton Friedman, Gottfried Haberler and Philip D. Bradley. Several of these letters are concerning the Eisenhower - Nixon campaign.
Correspondence, 1952 November, 93.0 items.
Most of these are between David McCord Wright and Colgate W. Darden, Jr. President of the University of Virginia, concerning the establishment of a Graduate Business School at the Univ. of Virginia; also letters concerning the death of David McCord Wright 's father, Anton Pope Wright. Correspondents include Roy Harrod and Henry Kissinger.
Correspondence, 1952 December, 77.0 items.
Correspondents include John Foster Dulles, G.H. Hildegrand, Jawarhalal Nehru, Henry Kissinger , Philip D. Bradley. A few letters are concerning David McCord Wright 's Prospective move to England to teach at Oxford University on a Fulbright Scholarship.
Correspondence, 1953 January, 89.0 items.
Correspondents include Seymour Harris and Philip P. Bradley.
Correspondence, 1953 February, 95.0 items.
Correspondents include Jack Kilpatrick, J.J. Spengler.
 

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18Correspondence, 1953 March-April
These letters are from friends, family and associates. The ones from associates concern publication of articles and books, economic theory and faculty matters at the University of Virginia. Family letters are concerning news and social life in Charleston and Savannah.

Correspondence, 1953 March, 143.0 items.
Correspondents include Arthur F. Burns, Gabriel Hauge, administrative assistant to President Eisenhower, C.D. Jackson - both of these men worked in the White House and these letters concern David McCord Wright s theory of communication through dialogue with Russia; Philip D. Bradley concerning Fulbright nomination; and one from H.C. Hoover.
Correspondence, 1953 April, 148.0 items.
Correspondents include: Seymour Harris, J.J. Spengler, Helmut Schoeck, Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Paul A. Samuelson, Walter W. Heller, Calvin B. Hoover, Charles D. Anderson, C.D. Jackson, Philip D. Bradley, T.R. Snavely, John R. Hicks and Sir Dennis Robertson, both of Oxford University.
Correspondence, 1953 May, 105.0 items.
Correspondents include Seymour Harris, T.R. Snavely, John Kenneth Galbraith, C.D. Jackson, Arthur F. Burns, Philip D. Bradley, John R. Hicks.
Correspondence, 1953 June, 116.0 items.
Several letters from friends and family concerning David McCord Wright s appointment to Oxford University as a F. ulbright Scholar. Correspondents include Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Virginius Dabney, Elliot Janeway, Charles D. Anderson, Arthur F. Burns, Philip D. Bradley, John R. Hicks (his informing David McCord Wright of his appointment as a Fulbright Scholar), Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1953 July, 75.0 items.
Correspondents include: Arthur F. Burns, Philip D. Bradley, Roy Harrod, John R. Hicks, T. R. Snavely, Richsrd Feilden, Mrs. Wemyss Feilden, A. Hansen, Roy Harrod, Willis Robertson.
Correspondence, 1953 August, 97.0 items.
Correspondents include Oren Root, Jr., C.D. Jackson, Arthur F. Burns, John Jewkes, T. R. Snavely.
 

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19Correspondence, 1953 September-1954 April
These letters are from associates, family and friends, concerning economics, religion, philosophy and family news.

Correspondence, 1953 September, 78.0 items.
Of special note is the letter granting David McCord Wright a leave of absence for the session 1953-54, from the University Of Virginia so that he might accept a Fulbright Scholarship, to teach at Oxford University. The majority of the rest of the correspondence consists of farewell and congratulatory notes on his appointment and subsequent move to England. Correspondents include Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1953 October, 68.0 items.
Re life and work at Oxford and several invitations to speak at various conferences in England and one in Canada. Correspondents include Raymond Moley.
Correspondence, 1953 November, 70.0 items.
Includes letters of Roy F. Harrod, Roper Hugh Trevor.
Correspondence, 1953 December and undated, 85.0 items.
Several letters are concerning Caroline Wright's father, George Noble Jones and his illness. Correspondents include Elliot Janeway.
Correspondence from CS Lewis to DM Wright, 1953 July-December, 8.0 items.
These letters are mainly invitations, but two notes mention philosophy very briefly.
Correspondence, 1954 January, 69.0 items.
Included here are letters to and from the Earhart Foundation concerning David McCord Wright's remaining in England for the year 1954-55. Also more correspondence, concerning George Noble Jones.
Correspondence, 1954 February, 87.0 items.
Included here are letters to and from the Earhart Foundation concerning David McCord Wright's remaining in England plus several letters concerning the possibility of Wright resigning from the Univ. of Virginia; correspondents include Roy Harrod and Raymond Moley.
Correspondence, 1954 March, 88.0 items.
Included here are letters to and from the Earhart Foundation concerning David McCord Wright's remaining in England. Other correspondents include Helmut Schoeck and Arthur F. Burns Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1954 April, 63.0 items.
Correspondents include Helmut Schoeck, Arthur F. Burns, Peter F. Drucker, and many of the letters are concerning David McCord Wright s lectures in Norway and Sweden.
 

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20Correspondence, 1954 May-December
These letters are to and from David McCord Wright while he was lecturer at Christ Church College of Oxford University.

Correspondence, 1954 May, 96.0 items.
Includes letters of Roy F.Harrod, Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Peter F. Drucker, Helmut Schoeck, Sir Dennis Robertson, James A. Kennedy, President Earhart Foundation, concerning a grant for David McCord Wright to study the German and English economies for 1954-55.
Correspondence, 1954 June, 77.0 items.
Mostly family letters and news. Correspondents include John R. Hicks and Peter F. Drucker.
Correspondence, 1954 July, 36.0 items.
Family letters and news; letters concerning economics from faculty members at University of Virginia and Harvard University,
Correspondence, 1954 August, 41.0 items.
Letters concerning David McCord Wright s work in Europe for 1954-55 and living arrangements, and his prospective return to the University of Virginia. Correspondents include Helmut Schoeck, Oren Root, Jr.
Correspondence, 1954 September, 68.0 items.
Letters to and from David McCord Wright while he was at Oxford working under an Earhart Foundation grant (1954-55), studying the European recovery; letters are from family, friends and associates (these concerning economic and faculty matters). Correspondents include Colgate W. Darden, Jr., John R. Hicks, Gabriel Hauge, T.R. Snavely.
Correspondence, 1954 October, 73.0 items.
Letters to and from David McCord Wright while he was at Oxford working under an Earhart Foundation grant. Correspondents include John Kenneth Galbraith, F.A. Hayek. Same content as above.
Correspondence, 1954 November, 152.0 items.
Letters to and from David McCord Wright while he was at Oxford working under an Earhart Foundation grant, including letters of Virginius Dabney, Oren Root, Jr., Walter F. George, Roy Harrod, Philip D. Bradley, Gabriel Hauge, T.R. Snavely, Gardner Ackley, Willis Robertson.
Correspondence, 1954 December, 92.0 items.
Letters to and from David McCord Wright while he was at Oxford working under an Earhart Foundation grant. Correspondents include Roy Harrod, Alfred A. Knopf, Virginius Dahney, Sir Dennis Robertson, Gabriel Hauge, T.R. Snavely, Raymond Moley, F.A. Hayek, G.H. Hildebrand.
 

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21Correspondence, 1955 January-October
Letters are from family, friends, and associates. Those from associates are concerning economics and David McCord Wright's Earhart grant; those from family concern Mrs. Anton P. Wright's health, other family news and social life in Savannah and Charleston.

Correspondence, 1955 January, 74.0 items.
Includes a letter from Donald B. Marsh of McGill University in Montreal asking David McCord Wright's permission to nominate him for the Dow Chair in Economics at McGill (January 26, 1955). Correspondents include Colgate Darden, Jr., John Dana Wise, Roy Hatrod, Virginius Dabney, Arthur F. Burns, James A. Kennedy, T.R. Snavely.
Correspondence, 1955 February, 72.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates. Includes letters of Raymond Moley; plus a letter to David McCord Wright acknowledging his interest in the Dow Chair in Economics at McGill.
Correspondence, 1955 March, 95.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates; plus letters of condolence on the death of Mrs. Anton Pope Wright on March 16, 1955; news clipping re; also letters concerning David McCord Wright s comments on John K. Galbraith. Correspondents include: Roy Hatrod, Sir Dennis Robertson, John K. Galbraith (telegram), J.A. Livingston (telegram, letter), Sen. Homer Capehart, Arthur P. Burns, Virginius Dabney.
Correspondence, 1955 April, 39.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates; plus a letter from McGill University offering David McCord Wright the Dow Chair in Economics and one from Colgate W. Darden, Jr. of the University of Virginia accepting his resignation from that school. (David McCord Wright s letter of resignation is not in this collection). Correspondents include John K. Galbraith.
Correspondence, 1955 May, 55.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates, plus a copy of the resolution of the Death of Hannah McCord Wright (May 18, 1955), Georgia Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Correspondents include Arthur F. Burns, Colgate W. Darden, Jr., T.R. Snavely, Virginius Dabney, Sir Dennis Robertson.
Correspondence, 1955 June, 40.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates. Includes letters of Brig. Gen. William F. Train.
Correspondence, 1955 July, 37.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates, plus a letter concerning the Japanese edition of The Impact of the Union, ed. by David McCord Wright . Correspondents include: Roy Harrod, Brig. Gen. William F. Train, Philip D. Bradley.
Correspondence, 1955 August, 36.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Virginius Dabney, John Foster Dulles, Roy Harrod, Philip D. Bradley.
Correspondence, 1955 September-October, 45.0 items.
Letters are from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Gabriel Hauge, John Foster Dulles, Sir Dennis Robertson.
 

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22Correspondence, 1955 November-1957 September
Most of these letters are concerning the publication, sale and translations of David McCord Wright's manuscripts.

Correspondence, 1955 November-December, 76.0
A few of these letters are concerning the translation into Japanese of David McCord Wright s book Capitalism.
Correspondence, 1956 January-February, 54.0 items.
Same, as well as the translation into Norwegian. Correspondents include John Foster Dulles.
Correspondence, 1956 March-May, 72.0 items.
Most of these letters are concerning David McCord Wright s lecture tour through France; many are from Dr. Cyril James as letters of introduction to various officials in Europe; and many are in French. Correspondents include Oren Root, Jr.
Correspondence, 1956 June-July, 43.0 items.
Letters concerning his lecture tour through Europe.
Correspondence, 1956 August-October, 44.0 items.
Correspondence, 1956 November-December and undated, 62.0 items.
Correspondence, 1957 January-February, 47.0 items.
Correspondents include John Foster Dulles.
Correspondence, 1957 March-June, 45.0 items.
Correspondents include William L. Kolb and Richard B. Russell John Foster Dulles.
Correspondence, 1957 July-September, 58.0 items.
 

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23Correspondence, 1957 October-1960 September
These letters are from associates, family, and friends concerning economics, David McCord Wright s publications and family news.

Correspondence, 1957 October-December and undated, 60.0 items.
Correspondents include Philip D. Bradley and Henry R. Luce.
Correspondence, 1958 January-June, 71.0 items.
Includes letters of Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1958 July-December and undated, 75.0 items.
Correspondents include John F. Kennedy (unsigned, carbon copy), Henry R. Luce, Paul W. McCracken. There are also letters concerning his lecture tour of Europe in the Summer of 1959.
Correspondence, 1959 January-March, 70.0 items.
Correspondents include Douglas Dillon, Mrs. John Foster Dulles, Roy Harrod, Leverett Saltonstall.
Correspondence, 1959 April-June, 67.0 items.
Correspondents include John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Roy Harrod, and William L. Kolb, Leverett Salstonstall.
Correspondence, 1959 July-September, 49.0 items.
Correspondents include Christian Herter and William F. Buckley, Jr.
Correspondence, 1959 October-December and undated, 78.0 items.
Correspondence, 1960 January-March, 81.0 items.
Correspondents include Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1960 April-May, 52.0 items.
Correspondents include William F. Buckley, Jr. and Archibald Cox.
Correspondence, 1960 June-July, 52.0 items.
Correspondents include F.A. Hayek.
Correspondence, 1960 August-September, 57.0 items.
Correspondents include John Kenneth Galbraith, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Philip D. Bradley.
 

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24Correspondence, 1960 October-1962 March

Correspondence, 1960 October-December and undated, 95.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates; those from associates concern economics; undated letters are family news; correspondents include Helmut Schoeck, Major-Gen. William F. Train, Charles E. Pettee, editor, Charles Scribner's Sons, William L. Kolb, Kikero Yamaoka, Santiago Fernandes (of Brazil).
Correspondence, 1961 January, 39.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letters concerning David McCord Wright s lecture in Mexico City; copy of his letter to President-elect John F. Kennedy, and same to William L. Kolb.
Correspondence, 1961 February, 62.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus several letters concerning David McCord Wright s dissent from a manuscript to be published by The Brookings Institution; letters concerning Mexico City lecture. Correspondents include Philip D. Bradley, J.M. Clark, Barry Goldwater (TLS) and David McCord Wright s reply, William L. Kolb, Charles E. Pettee, Richard B. Russell.
Correspondence, 1961 March-April, 68.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus more letters concerning the manuscript of J.M. Clark to be published by the Brookings Institution; letters concerning Mexico City lecture. Correspondents include Richard B. Russell (TLS), Adam Clayton Powell (TLS), Santiago Fernandes, Gustavo Velasco, Helmut Schoeck, Bruno Leoni, of the Mont Pelerin Society, William Kolb, Rev. F. Bland Tucker.
Correspondence, 1961 May-June, 76.0 items.
Letters concerning European speaking tour for Mont Pelerin Society. Correspondents include Richard B. Russell, Santiago Fernandes, William L. Kolb, Charles Pettee.
Correspondence, 1961 July-August, 65.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus several letters concerning publication and printing of David McCord Wright's A Key to Modern Economics. Correspondents include Helmut Schoe˜, Charles Pettee, F. Bland Tucker, Santiago Fernandes, William L. Kolb.
Correspondence, 1961 September-October, 72.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letters concerning Mont Pelerin Society, correspondence with Foundation for Economic Education (David McCord Wright was a trustee). Correspondents include Roy Harrow, Charles Pettee, Helmut Schoeck, John J. Klein, G.H.. Hildebrand.
Correspondence, 1961 November, 44.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Charles E. Pettee, Leonard Read.
Correspondence, 1961 December, 60.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letter from Henry Regnery Co. concerning paperback edition of David McCord Wright s Capitalism, on the twenty-eighth and letters concerning English Speaking Union; Mont Pelerin Society; letters concerning David McCord Wright s articles on Keynes (Millar Lectures) that Fordham University Press will publish.
Correspondence, 1962 January, 55.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letters concerning Mont Pelerin Society; letter from James E. Gates, Dean of College of Business Administration, Univ. of Georgia, to David McCord Wright concerning salary, January 18, 1962; letter from F. Cyril James, Vice-Chancellor, McGill Univ., to David McCord Wright concerning his proposed move to the Univ. of Georgia, January 29,1962; letters concerning Henry Regnery Co.'s publication of David McCord Wright s Capitalism; Fordham Univ. Press' publication of his The Keynesian System.
Correspondence, 1962 February-March, 82.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus a letter from James Gates acknowledging David McCord Wright s decision to teach at the Univ. of Georgia beginning September 1962. Correspondents include Helmut Schoeck, Richard B. Russell (TLS), William L. Kolb,
 

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25Correspondence, 1962 April-1963 October

Correspondence, 1962 April, 55.0 items.
There are a few letters concerning David McCord Wright's move from McGill Univ. to the Univ. of Georgia.
Correspondence, 1962 May-June, 60.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, plus letters concerning including a section from Wright's Capitalism in an anthology on Economics. Correspondents include Philip D. Bradley and Milton Friedman.
Correspondence, 1962 July-August, 47.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1962 September-December and undated, 74.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates.
Correspondence, 1963 January-February, 62.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Herman E. Talmadge and Wayne Morse.
Correspondence, 1963 March, 55.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates, including letters of Wayne Morse.
Correspondence, 1963 April-May, 55.0 items.
Correspondents include Wayne Morse.
Correspondence, 1963 June-July, 33.0 items.
Many are concerning his work as a consultant for the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta.
Correspondence, 1963 August, 47.0 items.
Many are concerning his work as a consultant for the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, especially concerning a study he was working on for the bank.
Correspondence, 1963 September, 63.0 items.
Letters from family, friends and associates. Correspondents include Howard "Bo" Callaway.
Correspondence, 1963 October, 56.0 items.
Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler and Thomas B. Curtis. Most letters are concerning same as above.
 

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26Correspondence, 1963 November-1964 December

Correspondence, 1963 November, 34.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates; those from associates concerning economics; David McCord Wright s writings and his appointment as Economic Consultant to the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta. Correspondents include Thomas B. Curtis, Gottfried Haberler, Kikero Yamaoka concerning death of President John F. Kennedy.
Correspondence, 1963 December and undated, 53.0 items.
David McCord Wright's letter to Sen. Barry Goldwater concerning his rumored decision not to run for the presidency (typed copy, December 13, 1963); also, Sen. Herman Talmadge; Charles W. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1964 January-February, 71.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Charles Pettee, Howard "Bo" Callaway.
Correspondence, 1964 March-April, 75.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Charles W. Pettee, Rep. Thomas B. Curtis (Missouri).
Correspondence, 1964 May-June, 65.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Joseph J. Spengler, E. Merton Coulter, William L. Kolb,Charles E. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1964 July-August, 83.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include William L. Kolb, Lt. Gen. William F. Train, Charles E. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1964 September, 35.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Paul A. Samuelson, Joseph J. Spengler, Charles E. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1964 October, 65.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include William McChesney Martin, Joseph J. Spengler, William L. Kolb, Philip D. Bradley, Governor Carl E. Sanders (TLS 10/26/64), Charles E. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1964 November, 47.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Charles E. Pettee, Gov. Carl E. Sanders.
Correspondence, 1964 December and undated, 45.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Gov. Carl E. Sanders (TLS, December 2, 1964), Charles E. Pettee.
 

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27Correspondence, 1965 January-1966 December

Correspondence, 1965 January-February, 57.0 items.
Correspondence, 1965 March, 50.0 items.
Correspondents include, Herman E. Talmadge.
Correspondence, 1965 April-May, 52.0 items.
Correspondents include Herman E. Talmadge.
Correspondence, 1965 June-August, 66.0 items.
Correspondents include same as above.
Correspondence, 1965 September-December and undated, 49.0 items.
Correspondents include Carl E. Sanders and Malcolm Bell, Jr. and William Martin. Some letters are concerning Wright resigning as consultant for the Federal Reserve Bank.
Correspondence, 1966 January-March, 77.0 items.
Correspondents include Herman E. Talmadge, Malcolm Bell, Jr., J.J. Spengler. There are two letters which mention Billy Wright's illness and death (brother of David McCord Wright ).
Correspondence, 1966 April-May, 58.0 items.
Correspondents include John T. Dunlop, Herman E. Talmadge, and Richard B. Russell, Jr.
Correspondence, 1966 June-September, 58.0 items.
Correspondence, 1966 September-December and undated, 70.0 items.
Correspondents include Howard "Bo" Callaway.
 

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28Correspondence, 1967 January-1978 May

Correspondence, 1967 January-March, 69.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates, plus a letter making David McCord Wright an honorary member of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler.
Correspondence, 1967 April-June, 68.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler, Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1967 July-October, 58.0 items.
Correspondents include Gottfried Haberler.
Correspondence, 1967 November-December and undated, 28.0 items.
Letters from family, friends, and associates. Correspondents include Paul A. Samuelson.
Correspondence, 1968 January-December and undated, 67.0 items.
Letters and notes of condolence on the death of David M. Wright, January 7, 1968; resolutions on his death by the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia, January 1968 and by the Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., May 15, 1968.Correspondents include Charles E. Pettee.
Correspondence, 1969 January-December and undated, 40.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright concerning money and tax matters, family news and letters concerning reviews and comments on David McCord Wright's books and articles. The undated letters are copies of memos to and from David McCord Wright. Correspondents include Fred C. Davison, President of the University of Georgia and Roy Harrod.
Correspondence, 1970 January-June, 48.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright concerning money and tax matters, family news and letters concerning reviews and comments on David McCord Wright's books and articles, plus several letters concerning the publication of an anthology of David McCord Wright's work as a memorial to him. Correspondents include Malcolm Bell, Jr., Milton Freidman, Gottfried Haberler, Arthur Shenfield F.A. Hayek.
Correspondence, 1970 July-December, 41.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright, also more letters concerning the anthology. Correspondents include Arthur Shenfield and John Munro Godfrey.
Correspondence, 1971 March-December, 23.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright Daniel (now Mrs. Harben Daniel), plus letters concerning contract for a Korean edition of The Trouble With Marx, by David McCord Wright, translated by Dr. Ik-Whan Kwon. Correspondents include John M. Godfrey and Ik-Whan Kwon.
Correspondence, 1972 January-November and undated, 25.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright. Correspondents include John M. Godfrey and Ik-Whan Kwon.
Correspondence, 1973 January-June and undated, 16.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright. Correspondents include Ik-Whan Kwon, John Godfrey and Arthur Shenfield.
Correspondence, 1978-1979, 3.0 items.
Letters to and from Caroline Jones Wright.
 

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29Undated correspondence; Estate (legal papers)

Correspondence, undated, 47.0 items.
This is almost entirely family correspondence, with just a few from associates and friends.
Correspondence, undated, 80.0 items.
This is almost entirely family correspondence, with just a few from associates and friends.
Correspondence, undated, 80.0 items.
This is almost entirely family correspondence, with just a few from associates and friends.
Correspondence, undated, 92.0 items.
This is almost entirely family correspondence, with just a few from associates and friends.
Estate/legal papers, 1931-1969 and undated, 29.0 items.
These papers consist of the will of David McCord Wright , November 10, 1942; rental agreement for a house in Oxford, England, 1953; publishing contract with Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc. for The Impact of the Union, August 6, 1954; transfer of copyright title for this book from Harcourt, Brace and Company to D.M. Wright, March 10, 1955; capital account sheet for the David Ross McCord legacy, May 31, 1955; publishing contract with Charles Scribners' Sons for the Introduction to Economics, March 24, 1960; notice of appointment to the faculty of the University of Georgia, June 12, 1962; miscellaneous letters to and from Mrs. D.M. Wright, concerning her husbands papers; bibliography of David McCord Wright s works as gift of his estate, February, 1968; and publishing contract with Fordham University Press for The Keynesian System, March 1, 1962,
 

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Writings of David McCord Wright, 14.0 items.
Untitled article on David McCord Wright's philosophy of economics, 1945; David McCord Wright's review of Measuring Business Cycles, by Arthur F. Burns and Wesley C. Mitchell, 1946; "Report on the Theory of Democratic Progress" undated; review of A Critique of Welfare Economics, by I.M.D. Little, 1950; review of The Sociology of Imperialism and Social Classes in an Ethnically Homogeneous Environment, by J.A. Schumpeter, 1951; "Educational Finance and Educational Policy," undated; "American Democacy," undated; "Businesss Cycle Theory and Economic Stabilization," undated; "How to Lose Friends," undated; "Professor Knight on Limits to the Use of Capital," 1942; "Principles of Economic Growth," undated; pgs. 364-378 of Principles of Economics, 1964.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 11.0 items.
"The Trouble With Marx," undated; review of Economic Security and Individual Freedom - Can We Have Both, by Albert Lauterbach, 1948; "The Price of Government," 1949; "Mr. Ratchford on the Burden of a Domestic Debt - A Comment," undated; "The Interpretation of the Kuznets Fabricant Figures for 'Net' Capital Consumption," 1942; "Deficit Finance and the Survival of Capitalism," undated; "Economics in Two Sessions," undated; "The Great 'Some Day' Depression, " undated; "Management - Labor Responsibility to the Public," undated; "A Plan for Post - War Employment," undated
Writings of David McCord Wright, 29.0 items.
"Transition to Democracy," undated; untitled, concerning the power of union monopolies, undated; "Growing Union Power and the Public Interest," undated; "Public Opinion in a Free Society," notes for Grove City lectures, undated; "Trade Balances and Foreign Investment," undated; "Socialism," undated "A Simple Outline of Communism for American Students & Citizens," undated; review of Macroeconomic Theory by Gardner Ackley, 1961; "What Is the Marxian Aim? The Class Struggle," undated; "Marxism, Economics, and History " undated; "The Communist Party and the 'Withering Away of the State,'" undated; "Marxism, Science & Economic Growth," undated; "Marxism and Exploitation, undated; "What is Marxism?" undated; partial article on Marxism ca 1954; "Economics," undated; "Labor Theory of Value," undated; "Mr. Kaldor on Economic Growth - A Comment," undated; "Christianity and Psychology," undated; "Stages of Development: A Dissent," undated; "Forecasting Profits - Tentative Outline," undated; review of New Fabian Essays, edited by R.M.S. Crossman, 1952; "Principles of Economics and Economic Growth," undated; "Limitations of the Mathematical Method in Economics," 1954; "Will the Businessman Work on Love Alone?" undated; "The Labor Theory of Value Once More," undated
Writings of David McCord Wright, 24.0 items.
"The Open Secret of Economic Growth," undated; "Hypothetical Statement Before the Banking and Currency Committee," undated; "The Federal Reserve and the Future," 1964; untitled article concerning Rostow's theories of economic development, undated; untitled article concerning Canadian inflation, written in French, undated; " Marxism and Religion," undated; "Marxism and Imperialism," undated; "The Third Dimension," undated; "Russian Growth and European Outlooks," undated; "General Requirements of Economic Growth," undated; untitled article concerning the definition of economics and its change, 1955; "Adventure and Routine," 1955; "Some Notes on Ideal Output," undated; "We 'Owe it to Ourselves' - Why Worry," undated; "The Growth Spirit in the North American Economies," 1955; "Mathematics, Management and Business," undated; "Beyond the Bricks and Mortar: What Really Sparks Economic Growth?" 1962; "Economics in a Graduate Business Faculty," undated; "Canadian - U.S. Relations," undated; "The Corporation and Society as Viewed by an Economist, undated; "The Economic Situation," 1959.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 13.0 items.
"Business and Our Charleston Tradition - Outline," 1963; "The Economic Consequences of Union Power," 1963; pp. 7-22A of an untitled article concerning economic growth in America, 1957; "The Fluctuating Dollar," undated; "Free Reserves - Borrowed Reserves - F.O.M.C.," undated; "Insulating an Economy - Canada's Experience," undated; untitled concerning economic growth, undated; "An Irrational, Escapist Christian," undated; "Why Do I Believe?" undated; "Reconciliation of Science and Religion," undated; letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal concerning employment and economics; "Of Time, Love, and Deity, undated
Writings of David McCord Wright, 15.0 items.
"What is Productivity," undated; "How Should Productivity Gains Be Shared in our Economy and How Does the Process Work," undated; "Statement Concerning Number Two Dawson's Row," undated; "Ekonomista," 1957; "The Marxist Economic Misunderstanding," undated; "Behind Economic Growth," 1956; "Prof. Wright's Discussions with Berlin Economists, Under the Auspices of the Amerika Haus," 1956; "Constructive Deficit Proposals," 1963; "The Theory of Optimum Monopoly," 1965; "The Future of Capitalism," undated; "Does Virginia 'Lose Money' on its 'Foreign' Students?" undated; "Output, Inflation and Exchange Depreciation," undated; Raymond J. Aherne's review on The Keynesian System, by David McCord Wright, 1963.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 8.0 items.
"Some Objections to the Use of Interest - Free Credit in Government Finance," 1964; "The McIntire School and Training in Foreign Trade," 1964; "What's Wrong With Economic Growth?" 1967; "Report on Democracy and Progress," 1947; anonymous review of The Creation of Purchasing Power, by David McCord Wright , 1942; "Moulton's 'The New Philosophy of Public Debt,'" 1943; "What About the National Debt?" 1943; "The Propensity to Consume and Labor's 'Loss' from Foreign Trade," 1943.
 

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Writings of David McCord Wright, 3.0 items.
Three issues of the Virginia Law Review containing articles by David McCord Wright : "Constitutional Law - The Agricultural Adjustment Act and the Commerce Clause," Vol. 20, No.6, April 1934, pp. 671-690; "Constitutional Law - Price Fixing Under the Due Process Clause," Vol. 20, No. 8, June 1934, pp.887-892; "Constitutional Law - Price Fixing in Milk Industry Contrary to Virginia Constitution," Vol. 21, No. 3, January 1935, pp.336-342
Writings of David McCord Wright, 4.0 items.
Three issues of Time and Tide containing a talk by David McCord Wright (reprinted in three parts): "Commonwealth - U S. Relations: One U.S. View," Vol. 35, No. 34, November 6, 1954, p. 1474; "American Communism," Vol. 35, No. 46, November 13, 1954, p. 1507; "America and European Federation," Vol. 35, No. 47, November 20, 1954, p. 1538; one issue of Fortune magazine containing David McCord Wright article "The Growth of Freedom," December 1959, p. 137.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 21.0 items.
The papers are manuscripts, articles, parts of books, copies of speeches, reviews by David McCord Wright and miscellaneous notes. They are typed finished copies or rough drafts, penciled notes, reprints. There is no particular arrangement to the articles: "Some Further Observations on the Subject of Partial Quotation," by David McCord Wright, undated; "Will Russia Strike Through Europe," undated; "Where We and Russia Part," undated; "Choices Confronting Our Democracy," speech before the Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., 1949; "Inflation and Equality," a review by David McCord Wright of Review of Economics and Statistics, February 1948, printed in American Economic Review, undated; Chapter XVLLL, "Concluding Summary," undated , apparently part of an unidentified book; Review of Income, An Introduction to Economics, by A.C. Pigou, undated; "Why Isn't Foreign Trade An Answer?" undated; "Academic Freedom," draft of a speech given to Jefferson Society of the University of Virginia, undated; "Religion and Civilization," The Church Review, Vol. XI, No. 10, December 1951; "The Great Guessing Game - Terborgh vs Hansen," undated; "What is Capitalism? An Appraisal of Galbraith's American Capitalism - The Concept of Countervailing Power," undated; Review "What is Capitalism? An Appraisal of Galbraith's American Capitalism - The Concept of Countervailing Power," undated; "Business and the Radicai Indictment," December 1945; "Session on Monopoly and Competition," undated; Theology Lectures, 1946-1947: pamphlet listing lectures to be given at University of Virginia, including one by David McCord Wright on Economic Peace, November 17; Reprints: "Toward Coherent Anti-Trust, reprinted from Virginia Law Review, Vol. 35, No. 6, October 1949; "The Future of Keynesian Economics," American Economic Review, Vol. 35, No. 3, June 1945.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 21.0 items.
The papers are manuscripts, articles, parts of books, copies of speeches, reviews by David McCord Wright and miscellaneous notes. They are typed finished copies or rough drafts, penciled notes, reprints. There is no particular arrangement to the articles: "Give us the Day —," undated; Outline of The Economics of Disturbance, undated; "Tentative Suggestion of the Introductory Half Year of Elementary Economics," undated; "Inflationary Policy, Productivity and Savings," for the Harvard Business School Conference, June, 1951; "Fiscal Problems in Occupied Districts," undated; Introduction to an unidentified book; Three pages of miscellaneous notes; Comments on the book Revolution and Reform, February 1935; Copy of David McCord Wright s part in a debate, undated; The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, ed. Piera Sraffa, 1952, a review; "Session on Monopoly and Competition," undated; "Conditions Which Normally Cause Unemployment in a Free Society," undated; Review, Measuring Business Cycles, by Arthur F; Burns, 1946; "Monopoly, Inflation and War," 1946; Critique of an unidentified book-in-progress; miscellaneous notes.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 13.0 items.
"Comments on Dr. Swanson's Paper, undated; "Economic Organization and Scientific Progress," 1959; "The Ethical Problem of American Foreign Policy," 1959; "The Economic Limit and Economic Burden of an Internally Held National Debt," reprinted from Harvard Quarterly Journal, November 1940; review: Defense, Controls and Inflation, by Aaron Director, 1952, reprinted from The University of Chicago Law Review, Vol. 20, No. 2, Winter 1953; "Adventure or Routine," reprinted from Harvard Business Review, September - October 1955; untitled paper on definition of economics, undated; "Economics and Political Science," lecture, undated; "Economics of a Classless Society," reprinted from Papers and Proceedings, American Economic Review, Vol. XXXIX, No. 3, May 1940; "Current Critical Issues in Wage Theory and Practice," reprinted from Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Assn., undated; original draft of debt study for the National Resources Planning Board, 1943; rough draft of speech, undated; rough draft of an outline of his education and work experience as an application for temporary Civil Service employment in mid-late 1940s; this paper details important education events and his associations with other economists.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 12.0 items.
Full Employment in a Free Society, by William Beveridge, 1945, a review; Aladdin's Lamp, The Wealth of the American People, by Gorham Munson, 1945, review; "The Great Guessing Game - Terborgh vs Hansen," undated; outline of a proposed course, Economic Growth and Development, to be taught by David McCord Wright , undated; interest chart and miscellaneous notes (part of a larger paper), undated; letters concerning a book honoring Dr. John Williams; "Delivered Pricing - What's Best for the Economy," December 1948 (speech); letter to members of the Academic Faculty, University of Virginia, expressing his ideas on a liberal education, May 1953; chapter outlines, 1-4, untitled, August 1955; critique of David McCord Wright s Economics, by Bill —(?), January 1964; copies of table of contents and a list of figures for a book by David McCord Wright , July 1964.
Writings of David McCord Wright, 12.0 items.
Comments on Professor Samuelson's Speech to ABA, 1963; untitled paper on John Kenneth Galbraith's American Capitalism, 1952; selections from the Discussion of Professor's Knight's Paper, undated; untitled paper on labor unions (notes taken from a discussion), undated; "Power Blocs in the Economic System," seminar for the U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Institute, April 18, 1950; title page, table of contents and list of figures for his Growth and the Economy: Principles of Economics, 1963; "American Capitalism in the Cold War,"'speech for the College of Business Administration, Univ. of Georgia, December1955; three pages from an untitled article, undated; "Notes and Memoranda: Internal Inconsistency in D.H. Robertson's "'Savings and Hoardings' Concept," with a response from D.H. Robertson, reprinted from Economic Journal, June - Sept 1941; untitled article by unidentified author concerning an article by David McCord Wright ; "Portrait of a Modern Economist - Harrod's Life of John Maynard Keynes, review, undated; "Religion and Civilization," in The Church Review, December 1951; "American Studies: 20th Century Interpretations," seminar syllabus of a Maryville College seminar in which David McCord Wright participated, January - May (1965?).
 

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32Biographical materials concerning David McCord Wright ; Writings concerning David McCord Wright; Writings concerning economics

Biographical materials concerning David McCord Wright, 19.0 items.
National strategy Seminar, U.S. Army War College, Biographic Sketches, June 11-14, 1963; same, Guest List; David McCord Wright 's passport issued May 19,1961; record of his Baptism, Christ Episcopal Church, March 6, 1910; compiler's copy of his listing in Who's Who in America; biographical sketches, undated; biographical addenda to include his death, for the Dictionary of International Biography, 1968; his visa application form, June 1969; education, work and writing achievements; resume and application for Civil Service employment, undated; letter stating that David McCord Wright was confirmed at Christ Church, April 15, 1923; introduction by Caroline J. Wright for the Korean translation of David McCord Wright s Trouble With Marx (ca.1968); "David McCord Wright - economist and teacher," Georgia Business, May 1968, a tribute to David McCord Wright , contains reminiscences, biography and a complete list of his writings (copy in working folder); manuscript of biographical sketch by Walter Hartridge, undated
Writings concerning David McCord Wright, 26.0 items.
Papers include: a proposal for a collection of essays of David McCord Wright; a foreword to an unidentified book by James M. Buchanan, May 1972; reviews and news clippings concerning David McCord Wright's Trouble With Marx, 1967; also, a tribute to David McCord Wright, The National Review, January 30, 1968; review, Post-War West German and United Kingdom Recovery, pamphlet by David McCord Wright , National Review, February 1,1958; review of same, press release from Information Office, British Embassy, Washington, D.C., April 24, 1958; tribute, Georgia Business, May 1968; Capitalism by David McCord Wright , press release, McGraw-Hill; review of same, Richard V. Clemence, Harvard Business Review, November-December 1953; introduction to same, Seymour E..Harris, undated; notes of David McCord Wright's Economics of Disturbance, August 15, 1946, author not identified; outline of David McCord Wright s proposed book, Behind the National Debt, undated; photocopy of a review by David McCord Wright of Socialisation et Relations Industrielles, ed. by G. Dion, Canadian Journal of Political Economy, October 1965; "David McCord Wright's Character Attack," by H.G. Moulton, undated; "The Fog" (poem) by David McCord Wright, The English Leaflet, April, 1930.
Writings concerning economics, 15.0 items.
Papers by Helmut Schoeck: "The Teenager Vote," Faith and Freedom, May 1954; tentative table of contents, Anti-Americanism: A Study of International Envy, March, 1954; abstract, "Prospects of a General Theory of Social Control," March 26, 1954. Also, income charts, Figure 16, undated; interest tables and realized national income tables (part of a manuscript), undated; pasted-up proofs of income charts, 1948; same, undated; tentative outline for a volume to honor Professor Mansen's (?) 60th birthday to include an article by David McCord Wright ; paper on "Requirements of Social Growth, " undated; paper, "A Critical Analysis of Proposals for Interest-Free Deficit Spending," by J. Carl Poindexter, undated; chart, General Indices of Industrial Production, undated; letter to David McCord Wright from John Davenport, Fortune, January 2, 1957, concerning an article (attached) that David McCord Wright is writing for them; "The Inflationary Elements in the Current Economic Situation," April 22, 1957 (speech); letter from David McCord Wright to Theodore Gates with galley proof of David McCord Wright s "Will the Businessman Work on Love Alone?" (attached) June 17, 1953.
Writings concerning economics, 7.0 items.
These papers are by various economists; one is identified as being David McCord Wright s; two do not have the author's name. "Wage Increases and the Good Health of Our Economy," by Emerson P. Schmidt, testimony before the Steel Industry Board, August 19, 1949; "The Responsibility of Business for Employment in 1949," by Sumner H. Slichter, Harvard University, March 7, 1949; The Virginia Economic Review, December 1947; "Is Anti-Trust Policy Really Striving to Support Competition?" by Clare E. Griffin, undated; "Population and Ideology," by David McCord Wright , written for a class he was taking, undated; "Lawyers vs Economists vs the Rest of Us," (David McCord Wright ?) undated; part of an untitled paper (David McCord Wright ?), undated
Writings concerning economics, 12.0 items.
Papers by David McCord Wright and various economists; some papers are not identified. "The Problem of Rhythm in Economic Disturbance - The Replacement Wave Theory," 1941; The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1937-1940, a review by David McCord Wright , 1941; "Outline of Recommendations," undated; paper outlining methods of economic recovery; "A Discussion of Certain Statistical Methods and Controls in War Procurement and Production," unidentified, undated; "Fallen Man and Impersonal Markets," Wilbur G. Katz, May 2, 1953 (part); "Post War United Kingdom and German Recovery: A Statistical Appendix" (with notes), March 1955 (printed as a pamphlet in 1957); "Lord Keynes and the Crash," undated; "Diminishing Returns from Investment," by Frank H. Knight, October 28, 1943; portion of an unidentified, undated paper, written in interview form between "V" and "B"; "Public Works and the Capital Goods Industries," unidentified, undated; "The Economics of a 'Classless' World," 1948 (part); another unidentified, undated paper.
Writings concerning economics, 11.0 items.
Papers by David McCord Wright and others. "Hopes and Fears - The Shape of Things to Come," November 1944, with notes; "Fallacies In the Price-Support Approach to the Problems of American Agriculture," by George H. Hildebrand, January 17, 1949; "Editor's Note to Paul M. Sweezy on Socialism," by Seymour E. Harris, undated; "The Possibility of the Social Welfare Index," by Kenneth Arrow, December 16, 1948; "Remarks on Professor Rending Fels;" "The Economics of aLaboristic State," by Rudolf Freund, undated; "The Public Debt and Our Future Prosperity," by Alvin H. Hansen, undated; The Congressional Record, August 3, 1964; transcript of a radio broadcast of Fulton Lewis, Jr., March 21, 1955, concerning David McCord Wright s comments on John Kenneth Galbraith; "Brief Summary of Savannah Architecture," undated; "What Did We Fight For," 1948; an unidentified paper on "Random Comments on Chapter 10," undated.
Writings concerning economics, 21.0 items.
Papers and pamphlets concerning economics by and about David McCord Wright and various authors. Invest in America National Council, Inc., August 3, 1964; American Capitalism, by Massimo Salvadori, undated (pamphlet); People's Capitalism by Theodore V. Houser, 1956, pamphlet; Business and Economic Conditions, March 1958; "Two Concepts of Economic Freedom" by Martin Bronfenbrenner, reprinted from Ethics, April 1955; "Economic Problem of The Southeast," by Hulse and DeFuro, reprinted from Harvard Business Review, January 1949; "Are Rational Economic Policies Feasible in Western Democratic Countries?" by James M. Buchanan, a discussion at Mont Pelerin Society, September 7, 1964; "Johnson's Tour of the Northern Dominion," by Donald B. Marsh with his note to David McCord Wright , reprinted from The Canadian Journal of Economics and Polical Science, Vol. 30, No. 2, May 1964; "Marxian Economics in Retrospect and Prospect," by Gottfried Haberler, reprinted from Zeitschrift Fur National-okonomie, Vol. 26, 1966; two economic reports prepared for the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, October 8, 1965 and December 10, 1965; "Inflation," by Alexander Wall, undated; "Capitalism - U.S.A." by William C. Stolk, president, American Can Co., undated , with comments by David McCord Wright ; a pamphlet for a lecture series entitled "Europe's Prosperity -Limping or Lasting," the lecturers are Milton Friedman, Jacques L. Rueff and David McCord Wright , Los Angeles, June 7, 1955; "The Economy's Scouts, " by Charles E. Silberman and Sanford S. Parker, Fortune, December 1955; newsclippings concerning David McCord Wright 's "Post-War West Germany and United Kingdom Recovery," American Enterprise Assn. 1957.
Writings concerning economics, 2.0 items.
Folder contains a Japanese edition of David McCord Wright's The Trouble With Marx, edited by Ik-Whan Kwon; National Review, August 13, 1960.
Writings concerning economics, 5.0 items.
Papers by various authors including a chapter outline by David McCord Wright for a book he is writing. "New Philosophy of Public Debt," by H.G. Moulton, June 23, 1943; "The Impact of the Great Depression on Economic Thinking," by C.E. Ayres, December 1945, with his note to David McCord Wright ; "Ophold the Law - Citizen's First Duty?" by Lindsey Cowen, Dean, School of Law, Univ. of Georgia, May 21, 1965, with his note to David McCord Wright ; "Outline of Recommendations," chapter outline for a book by David McCord Wright , 1947, with a note to him from "Bill"; letter by David McCord Wright to M. Fain, September 11, 1968, in French, attached to a copy of "Techniques De Stabilisation Monetaire," by Gael Fain.
 

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33Papers concerning college curriculum, "Union Survey Interviews;" Printed materials

Papers concerning college curriculum, 18.0 items.
These papers are a report of graduate student recruitment visitations to various universities; report concerning a separate college of business (at Virginia); two proposed reorganization plans for the curriculum at Univ. of Virginia; a description and explanation of the honoros program at the Univ. of Georgia; "Task Force Study Group on Instructional Methods, Media, Techniques, Resources and Role of Graduate Assistants" and topics to be discussed; a report on faculty workload; conditional proposal for a separate college of business; report on the special needs of the schools of economics and commerce at the Univ. of Va.; list of and iternary for the members of the Student - Faculty Relations committee; memo concerning the appointment of Dr. Stringfellow Barr to the faculty of Univ. of Va.; "Liberal Fetters on Freedom of Research;" "Bulletin of the Liberal Arts Committee;" "Georgia - Why Not Head for the Top?"; memorandum on the aims of business education. Correspondents include Milton Friedman.
Union Survey Interviews, 24.0 items.
These papers are concerning trade unions throughout the world. Included are letters, lists of unions with their members, committees, and notes.
Miscellaneous printed materials, 22.0 items.
These are pamphlets concerning various conferences David McCord Wright either attended or was interested in.
Miscellaneous printed materials, 18.0 items.
These are pamphlets concerning various conferences David McCord Wright either attended or was interested in e plus menus from cruises, two copies of the Oxford University Gazette, and several papers relating to the Phi Delta Phi fraternity at Univ. of Virginia; David McCord Wright was the faculty member.
Miscellaneous printed materials, 21.0 items.
These are pamphlets concerning various conferences David McCord Wright either attended or was interested in, plus a Canadian Anglican Calendar for 1961.
 

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34Printed materials; clippings

Printed materials, 23.0 items.
Items include pamphlets and folders from conferences and convocations that David McCord Wright spoke to or attended; including several concerning the Mont Pelerin Society, Oxford PolitiCal Study Circle (1955) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, May 2-5, 1949.
Printed materials - religious, 14.0 items.
Booklets and pamphlets including a brochure describing Christ Church Cathedral School, Oxford, and copies of The Cardinal's Hat, 1953-1955, the magazine of Christ Church Cathedral School (Tony and Peter Wright were students at this time); copies of Christ Church, 1953-1955, 1957; The Church Review, December 1951; church bulletins: St. Peter's Chapel, Wianno, Mass., 1967; St.Paul's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va., 1957; bulletin concerning "A Festival Service...Centennial of the Church of the Cross, Bluffton, S.C." (Augustine T.S. Wright "Billy" was a member).
Programs and itineraries, 23.0 items.
Miscellaneous papers including information concerning UNESCO Dictionary Project; list of board of directors for English-Speaking Union, Montreal Branch, including David McCord Wright , 1961-1962; minutes of same; travel authorization for David McCord Wright to visit Germany, May 31, 1956; itinerary for David McCord Wright , in French, May 3, 1956; minutes of Board of Directors' meeting of Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, June 11, 1965.
Invitations, announcements, 18.0 items.
Announcement of marriage of Caroline Jones to David McCord Wright , June 27, 1940; same, Louisa Cheves Popham to William Gaston Raoul, April 22, 1942; invitation from Soiree Club (to Anton Pope Wright?), Savannah, November 10. 1890; invitation to same (?) to attend dedication of County Court House on December 1, 1890, Savannah, Ga.; David McCord Wright 's membership certificate, Phi Delta Phi, May 24, 1934; invitation to David McCord Wright to attend the Inauguration of President of the United States (Franklin D.Roosevelt), January 20, 1937, includes invitation, program and admittance cards; same to same, for Dwight D. Eisenhower, January 21, 1957 (invitation only); invitation to David McCord Wright for Annual Dinner of the U.S. Chamber of Commer, May 5, 1949; invitation to attend the inauguration of Colgate W. Darden, Jr. as President of the Univ. of Virginia, October 1, 1947; and miscellaneous invitations and certificate of appreciation.
Clippings concerning David McCord Wright and family, 34.0 items.
Mostly news clippings concerning David McCord Wright and his writings; one concerning Mary F. Smythe (Mrs. L. Cheves McCord Smythe) and her missionary work in Japan; two obituaries of Susan Adger Smythe Bennett (Mrs. John) (sister of Hannah McCord Wright).
Clippings concerning David McCord Wright
Mostly articles and book reviews concerning David McCord Wright; includes an article concerning Hannah M. Wright's memoirs, undated; several clippings concerning his marriage to Caroline Jones, June 27, 1940; news photo of Caroline Jones Wright and Anthony Pope Wright (Tony), May 14, 1944.
Clippings concerning David McCord Wright
Mostly clippings concerning David McCord Wright s economic writings, one clipping has Philippine Peso attached; several articles concerning David McCord Wright and a school play, January 1925 with typed copy of his poem, "The Fog" attached; one article concerning David McCord Wright and Caroline Jones, June 25, 1940.
Clippings - Obituaries - Wright and Jones
Clippings concerning Anton Pope Wright, July 7, 1927, January 26, 1944, several copies of his obituary, Savannah Evening Press, undated; obituary, Hannah McCord Smythe Wright, March 17, 1955, Savannah Morning News; obituary, George Noble Jones, December 3, 1955, Savannah Morning News; obituary, Frances Meldrim Jones, February 15, 1965,Savannah Morning News; obituary, David McCord Wright , January 8, 1968 Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. and Savannah Morning News.
Miscellaneous Clippings
News clippings concerning various members of Wright and Jones families: obituaries, weddings and social news. Also included are a printed wedding announcement of the marriage of Joyce Cramer to George Fenwick Jones, February 10, 1951; and several clippings concerning Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Meldrim Jones who died in an air battle in the Philippines October 25, 1944.
 

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35Photographs

Photographs, 154.0 items.
David McCord Wright and miscellaneous. These are snapshots of David McCord Wright s children: Tony, Peter, and Anna; of David McCord Wright and family; of his trip West in 1931; of David McCord Wright at the U.S. Army War College; of the Wright homes in Thomasville and Lumpkin, Ga.; of the Citadel in Charleston, S.C.; of an architectural project of David McCord Wright s; and postcards of the Teffont Ewyas Church and manor in Great Britain.
Photographs, 9.0 items.
David McCord Wright as a child.
Photographs, 6.0 items.
David McCord Wright family. People included are Caroline (Jones) Wright, Tony Wright, David McCord Wright , Peter Wright and Anna Wright.
Photographs, 7.0 items.
David and Caroline Wright.
Photographs, 7.0 items.
Anton P. and Hannah Wright.
Photographs, 8.0 items.
Augustine T.S. Wright, Nancy Wright, Anton P. Wright, Jr. and A.T.S. Wright, Jr.
Photographs, 6.0 items.
Groups: fraternity and speakers, including David McCord Wright .
Photographs, 6.0 items.
Arthur Perry and Emma Julia Pope Wright.
Photographs, 7.0 items.
Billy and Mary Wright, Annie Pope Wright, Emma Julia Wright, Annie Perry Wright, and Emma Julia (Pope) Wright.
 

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36Photographs

Photographs. Adger family, 7.0 items.
People here are Margaret Milligan (Adger) Smythe, Jane Anne Adger and her nephew Augustine Thomas Smythe, Sarah Elizabeth (Ellison) Adger, and James Adger.
Photographs and cards of and by John and Susan (Smythe) Bennett, 10.0 items.
Photographs. Silhouettes of the Cheves family, 19.0 items.
These include Langdon Cheves, Hayne Cheves, Louisa (Cheves) McCord [Mrs. David], Mary Elizabeth (Dulles) Cheves [Mrs. Langdon], Alexander Cheves, Sophia (Cheves) Haskell [Mrs. Charles], Andrew Cheves, and Joseph Cheves. Also a photograph of the Langdon Cheves bust and of "Abbeville" home of Langdon Cheves in Lancaster, Pa.
Photographs. Drayton brothers, unidentified, 1.0 items.
Photographs. Ellison family, 2.0 items.
Included are Sarah Elizabeth (Ellison) Adger and a silhouette of William Ellison.
Photographs. Jones family, 29.0 items.
Included are Clarence Anderson, Mary Savage (Jones) Anderson (Mrs. Clarence), Anne Wylly (Habersham) Jones, George Noble Jones, Frances Haber-sham Manigault, Noble Wimberly Jones, Dick Adams, Caroline (Jones) Wright and her brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. George N. Jones and children, Lillie Jones, Ralph Noble Jones, Caroline (Jones) Wright, Daniel, Evelyn P. Luquer, Frances (Jones) Luquer and Anne (Luquer) Boswell, Josephine (Jones) Crisfield, and Margaret Jones (Mrs. Ralph M.).
Photographs. McCord family, 12.0 items.
Included are Langdon Cheves McCord, Louisa Rebecca (McCord) Smythe (Mrs. A.T:), Charlotte Reynolds, Hannah Cheves McCord, Liliie Dulles, Louisa Susannah McCord, David J. McCord, and Julia (McCord) Feilden.
Photographs. Pope family, 2.0 items.
These are Joseph Daniel Pope and a photocopy of a sketch of "The Oaks" the Pope home at St. Helena.
Photographs. Smythe Smythe family, 20.0 items.
Those included are Louisa Smythe (Mrs. Augustine), Gaston Cesar Raoul III, Samuel G. Stoney, Hannah McCord (Smythe) Wright, Susan Adger (Smythe) Bennett, Thomas Smythe, Anne Wells, Marga. ret (Adger) Smythe, A.T. Smythe, Anton p. Wright, Jr., Smythe family children, Mary F. Smythe (Mrs. Langdon Cheves McCord Smythe), and unidentified Smythe family members.
Photographs. unidentified, 11.0 items.
Photographs. Charleston houses, 5.0 items.
Photographs. Negatives
Loose in the box: Photograph album, 1.0 items.
Included here are photographs and postcards of the Wright family in Europe, 1956-61.
 

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37Genealogies, A - B
These papers consist of correspondence, notes and other papers relating to the following families.

Adams family, 29.0 items.
Adger family, 8.0 items.
Ashe family, 416.0 items.
Batt family, 10.0 items.
Baynard family, 1.0 items.
Berrien family, 2.0 items.
Bonneau family, 3.0 items.
Brown family, 1.0 items.
Bryan family, 1.0 items.
Bull family, 1.0 items.
 

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38Genealogies, C - G

Campbell family, 2.0 items.
Casey family, 7.0 items.
Cheves family, 151.0 items.
Courtonne family, 3.0 items.
Crocker family, 3.0 items.
Davis family, 2.0 items.
Drayton family, 7.0 items.
Dugas family, 1.0 items.
Dulles family, 12.0 items.
Edgeworth family, 1.0 items.
Elliott family, 4.0 items.
Ellison family, 7.0 items.
Feilden family, 4.0 items.
Fenwick family, 1.0 items.
Forsbrooke family, 1.0 items.
Gibbons family, 4.0 items.
Gibbs family, 2.0 items.
 

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39Genealogies H - L

Habersham family, 21.0 items.
Hack family, 2.0 items.
Hutchinson family, 1.0 items.
Jackson family, 10.0 items.
Jenkins family, 29.0 items.
Jones family, 235.0 items.
Langdon family, 42.0 items.
Lovell family, 3.0 items.
 

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40Genealogies M

McCord family, 193.0 items.
McGillivray family, 1.0 items.
Moore family, 7.0 items.
Muldrop family, 1.0 items.
 

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41Genealogies P - R

Perry family, 74.0 items.
Pope family, 295.0 items.
Rippon family, 16.0 items.
Russell - Heatley line, 3.0 items.
 

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42Genealogies, S

Savage family, 11.0 items.
Schuyler family, 1.0 items.
Scott family, 55.0 items.
Smokes family, 1.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1856-1861 October, 45.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1861 November-1862 November, 46.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1863 January-September, 50.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1863 October, 52.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1863 November-December, 48.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1864 January-March 3, 48.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1864 March 5-May 11, 60.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1864 May 11-September 5, 50.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1865 September 7-February, 58.0 items.
A.T. Smythe letters, 1865 March 29-1886 February 26, 81.0 items.
Langdon Cheves McCord Smythe, 5.0 items.
Louisa Cheves Smythe concerning burning of Columbia, S.C., 1865, 14.0 items.
Louisa McCord Smythe concerning publication of her memoirs, 24.0 items.
Smythe family, 22.0 items.
Stanley family, 1.0 items.
Stoney family, 7.0 items.
 

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43Genealogies T - Wright, Robert

Thomas family, 2.0 items.
Theus family, 31.0 items.
Turquand family, 26.0 items.
Washington - Lanier line, 1.0 items.
Weymss family, 25.0 items.
Ambrose Wright, 7.0 items.
Anton Pope Wright, 8.0 items.
Arthur Perry Wright, 11.0 items.
Augustine T.S. Wright, 1.0 items.
George Wright, 2.0 items.
Hannah McCord Smythe Wright (Memoirs), 2.0 items.
Henry Wright, 1.0 items.
James Wright, 10.0 items.
John Wright, 7.0 items.
Matthew Wright, 53.0 items.
Robert Wright, 1.0 items.
 

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44Genealogies, Wright, Stephen - Young family; British documents, miscellaneous papers

Stephen Wright, 75.0 items.
Talton Wright, 1.0 items.
Thomas Wright, 9.0 items.
W.W. Wright, 1.0 items.
Wrights of Essex County, Va., 24.0 items.
Wright family, 48.0 items.
Young family, 1.0 items.
British documents, 1811-1812, 11.0 items.
Printed documents, in brief: How money was received by the Office of Ordinance, 1811; Estimate of the charge of the Office of Ordinance, 1812; all copper imported into Great Britain, 1809-1811; same, exported, 1806-1811; balances of sums issued for the payment of dividends, due and not demanded, and of lottery prized not claimed, 1812; East India Company accounts, 1812: sums of money paid for the service of the Army in the peninsula, l8l2; Return of the effective strength of the regular and militia forces, June and December 1811; total amount of the money raised for the public service, l790-1811; passport of Paul Emil Lorent, 1812; certification of departure of Paul Emil Lorent from Liverpool, 1812.
Miscellaneous, 28.0 items.
Wedding invitations; jackets for his book The Trouble With Marx and his The Creation of Purchasing Power; "Reminiscences of William Harleston Huger" (typed ms.); pencilled drawing of the entrance to the Bulloch - Habersham house, by Frances Meldrim Jones; print of a drawing of the Beaufort, S.C. waterfront in 1799; ms. map of Georgia showing route of Sherman's March to the Sea; poetry (some of it satires on Charleston and Boston); other papers.
Notebooks, not in folders: Anton Pope Wright law notes, 1893-1894, 2.0 items.
David McCord Wright - Minute book, Boy Scout Meetings, 1930(?)-1932, 1.0 items.
David McCord Wright was the secretary
 

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45David McCord Wright - Miscellaneous. Scrap and drawing book
The Blue Jacket, 1926 (Savannah High School annual). Diary - Appointment book, 1952. Travel log, 1954.

Travel notes of European trips, 1.0 items.
Outside box: Scrapbooks, 3.0 items.
Two of envelopes, One of newsclippings.
 

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46Diplomas, Law certificates, Fraternity certificates, photographs. Certificates of Anton P. Wright

Outside box: (Oversize folder) Diploma, certificates, 4.0 items.
 

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47Lectures, notes, etc. concerning economics

Pamphlet "Toward Coherent Anti-Trust" by David McCord Wright , reprinted from Virginia Law Review, Vol. XXXV, No. 6, 1949 October, 34.0 pgs.
(2 copies).
Speech "Where is Economics Today?" by David McCord Wright, given before the Marshall Society, Cambridge University, 1954 February 25, 21.0 pgs.
Papers and notes of papers presented at the Conference on the Humane Economy, The Institute of Paper Chemistry, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1982 August 21 - 31
(1) "Marxism, Growth, and the Theory of New Knowledge" by David McCord Wright , 13 pgs.
(2) Notes by Howard Adelson and James Hibdon on a lecture presented, by Bruno Leoni, 4 pgs.
(3) "The Farm Problem: Definitions and Dimensions" by Don Parralberg, Purdue University, 4 pgs.
(4) Notes by William Campbell and Philip Crane on a lecture presented to the Conference by Don Paarlberg (see #3), 5 pgs.
(5) Notes by F. A. Harper and George Resch on a lecture presented to the Conference by Professor Bruno Leoni, 5 pgs.
(6) "The Agricultural Revolution and the Enterprise System" by Don Paarlberg, 5 pgs.
(7) Notes by Charles Meiburg and Howe Martyn on a lecture presented to the Conference by Dr. Don Paarlberg (see #6), 6 pgs.
(8) Notes by Gordon Tullock on a lecture presented to the Conference by Professor Bruno Leoni; 5 pgs.
(9) "Individual Decision-Making and Agricultural Adjustment" by Don Paarlberg, 5 pgs.
(10) Notes by Clyde Jones on a lecture presented to the Conference by Dr. Don Paarlberg (see #9), 6 pgs.
(11) Notes by R. L. Wallace on a lecture presented to the Conference by Professor Bruno Leoni, 4 pgs.
(12) "Government Programs" by Don Paarlberg, 5 pgs.
(13) "Notes by James E. Hibdon on a lecture presented to the Conference by David McCord Wright entitled "Democracy and Monopoly: Right and Left," 7 pgs.
(14) Notes by G. Hartley Hellish on a lecture presented to the Conference by Professor Bruno Leoni, 5 pgs.
(15) "Stumbling Blocks and Cornerstones of Farm Policy," by Don Paarlberg, 4 pgs.
(16) "The Politics of Agriculture: by Don Paarlberg, 6 pgs.
(17) Notes by Harry Johnson on a lecture presented to the Conference by Don Paarlberg (see #15), 8 pgs.
(18) Notes by John Moore on a lecture presented to the Conference by Professor Bruno Leoni, 5 pgs.
(19) Miscellaneous conference materials, schedules, participants, etc. 8 pgs.