Charles P. Wofford Papers
Collection — Multiple Containers
The Charles P. Wofford Papers document Dr. Wofford’s life and experiences in Johnson City, Tenn., his personal interests, family history, and local history of the Johnson City area. The collection includes correspondence, photographs and photograph albums, oral interviews and other recordings, unpublished family histories of the Wofford and Harris families, memoirs of Dr. Wofford, books and other miscellaneous publications, post cards, tobacco cards, family Bibles, and scrapbooks.
- 1809 - 2005
- Wofford, Charles Parker, 1908-2010 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
18.60 linear feet (20 Boxes; 69 Photographs; 203 Slides)
The collection is arranged in five series, as follows: Series 1, Subject Files, 1855-2005 and undated; Series 2, Publications, 1809-1992; and Series 3, Photographs and Photograph Scrapbooks, 1880-1985 and undated; Series 4, Postcards and Tobacco cards, 1907-1967 and undated; and Series 5, Recordings, 1996-2004 and undated.
Method of Acquisition
The original donation to the Charles P. Wofford Papers was made to the Archives of Appalachia on January 11, 1995 by Dr. Charles P. Wofford, Johnson City, Tenn.
Accruals and Additions
Additional materials were donated by Dr. Wofford on March 7, 1996, March 14, 2001, December 1, 2004, and August 15, 2005. A copy of Dr. Wofford’s memoirs “The Oldest Boy Scout” was donated on August 21, 2007 by Ellen and John Wofford, Fort Mill, S. C.
The original donated material was processed by Ned Irwin in 1997.
- Compact discs
- Europe -- Description and travel
- Harris Family
- Johnson City (Tenn.) -- History
- Personal papers
- Publications (document genre)
- Scotland--pictorial works
- Slides (photographs)
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- United States--description and travel
- Wofford family
- World War, 1914-1918
- World War, 1939-1945
- Ned Irwin & Mary Dykes
- Language of description
- finding aid revision date not supplied: Mary Dykes reprocessed the collection, incorporating extensive additional materials, in March 2008.