• Collection Data
    Abstract
    Correspondence, reports, editorials, articles, policy statements, memorandums, newspaper clippings, audio tapes, and manuscripts. Manuscripts cover the following topics: Johns Committee; supporters of the Johns Committee; state governing bodies (excluding the Johns Committee); USF governance and policy; lectures and forums at USF; and academic freedom. (Summary)
    Correspondence covers many aspects of the investigation and includes letters, telegrams and memorandums. (Summary)
    Resource Identifier
    028802325 (ALEPH)
    50648262 (OCLC)
    E02
    U29-00083-E02
    JWEGERTON-PAPERS (USFLDC AGGCODE)
    028802325
    Language
    English
    Creator
    Egerton, John
    Note
    John W. Egerton papers, Special Collections, University of South Florida Tampa Library. (Preferred Citation)
    Egerton, John W.; (Acquisition)
    John W. Egerton served as editor of the University of South Florida News Bureau during the early years of the institution. This collection includes materials gathered by Egerton during the Johns Committee's investigation of USF's administrators, faculty, and students between 1962 and 1964. After leaving the university in 1965, Egerton left the Tampa Bay area and wrote for the Southern Education Report. He has published numerous articles and monographs about the culture of the New South, including a Mind to Stay Here: Profiles from the South (1970) and The Americanization of Dixie: The Southernization of America (1974). (Biographical)
    Physical Description
    2 linear ft. (4 boxes) : ;
    Type
    Mixed Material
    Subjects / Keywords
    Academic freedom -- Florida -- Tampa (lcsh)
    History -- Tampa (Fla.) -- 20th century (lcsh)
    Title
    [Papers]
    Format
    Mixed Material
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John W. Egerton Papers

John W. Egerton served as editor of the University of South Florida News Bureau during the early years of the institution. This collection includes materials gathered by Egerton during the Johns Committee's investigation of USF's administrators, faculty, and students between 1962 and 1964. The materials include correspondence, reports, policy statements, and manuscripts.

After leaving the university in 1965, Egerton left the Tampa Bay area and wrote for the Southern Education Report. He published numerous articles and monographs about the culture of the New South, including a Mind to Stay Here: Profiles from the South (1970) and The Americanization of Dixie: The Southernization of America (1974).

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