|Title:||Hansell Baugh family papers|
|Quantity:||4.0 Linear feet (10 document boxes)|
Hansell Baugh (1903-1995) was the son of Atha Thomas Baugh (1855-1934) and Maggie May McCord Baugh (1867-1956) of Pulaski, Tennessee. The family moved to Atlanta, Georgia when Hansell was young. He worked from 1925-1930 for the United States Rubber Company as assistant editor in the publicity and publication department. As part of this job, he traveled to Sumatra and Malay making an educational film about the growing of rubber on rubber plantations. Other jobs included secretary at Lawson General Hospital, an Army hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, and librarian for the College of Physicians in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Institute of General Semantics in Connecticut. He was also a book reviewer, freelance writer and editor of "Frances Newman's Letters."
This collection consists of family and general correspondence, writings, materials from the Institute of General Semantics, financial papers, printed materials, and photographs from Hansell Baugh's professional and domestic life.
Arranged in four series:
Series I: Family correspondence Series II: General correspondence Series III: Institute of General Semantics Series IV: Writings
Also included are miscellaneous financial documents, printed material, and photographs.
Hansell Baugh family papers, MS 3575. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.
See also related manuscript collection in this repository: Hansell Baigh family papers, MS 3007.