This collection consists of mostly class notes of John Paul Carter while he was a student at the College of William and Mary from 1941 to 1944. The collection also includes papers relating to the Class of 1944 50th Reunion at William and Mary in May 1994, including an address given at a memorial service commemorating soldiers who died in World War II. Copies of an address given by Max Lerner entitled <i>The Constitution and the Crisis State</i> and a 1943-1944 William and Mary Course Catalogue are also present. Box 1 contains loose class notes, Course Catalogue, Max Lerner address, and reunion information. Box 2 contains notebooks of class notes.
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Source: Gift of Joan Worstell Carter, '45. Acc. 2009.127 was received on 10/29/1997.
Joan Worstell Carter Papers (UA 5.025)
John Paul Carter Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary.