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The E.B. Long Collection
Biography of E.B. Long
 

Description of Collection 
Finding Guide
  

Boxes 1-5 Boxes 6-14 Boxes 15-20 Boxes 21-24 Boxes 25-34

 

Box 25 Miscellaneous photographs in folders 1 through 7. Drafts of Nevins' Ordeal of the Union edited by E. B. Long in folders 8 through 34.

25-1 Photographs - Civil War.

25-2 Photographs - Civil War.

25-3 Photographs - Civil War.

25-4 Photographs - Civil War.

25-5 Photographs - Ulysses S. Grant.

25-6 Photographs - Navy.

25-7 Photographs - Navy.

25-8 Allan Nevins' Ordeal of the Union Chapter I (Long edited version), memo to Nevins (September 26, 1968), corrections, notes, rough drafts.

25-9 Chapter II: "Unorganized Victory: Vicksburg," manuscript, Long notes, memos, corrections.

25-10 Chapter III: "Gettysburg: The Unfulfilled Victory," manuscript, Long notes, corrections.

25-11 Chapter IV: "The Officers, the Soldiers, the People," manuscript, Long notes, corrections.

25-12 Chapter V: "Northern Morale and the Elections of '63," manuscript, Long notes, corrections.

25-13 Chapter VI: "Minuet in Tennessee," notes, corrections.

25-14 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom," Long notes, corrections.

25-15 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom," Long notes, corrections.

25-16 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom," (Long lengthy version - rough draft).

25-17 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom," (Long lengthy version - rough draft).

25-18 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom," research notes.

25-19 Chapter VIII: "The Sweep of Organization," Long notes, corrections.

25-20 Chapter VIII: "The Sweep of Organization," contents outline (Nevins orginal), Long comments on Chapter IX.

25-21 Chapter VIII: "The Sweep of Organization," Long edited, lengthy rough version.

25-22 Chapter VIII: "The Sweep of Organization," Long edited, lengthy rough version.

25-23 Chapter VIII: "The Sweep of Organizaiton," Long edited, lengthy rough version.

25-24 Chapter IX: "Prison Walls of the Confederacy," Long notes, corrections.

25-25 Chapter IX (Contents): "Prison Walls of the Confederacy," Long edited version, correspondence, notes.

25-26 "Blockade and Cotton Trading. "

25-27 Chapter X: "Discouragement and Determination: Southern Morale 1863," Long notes, corrections.

25-28 Chapter X: "Discouragement and Determination: Southern Morale 1863," Long edited version.

25-29 Chapter X: "Sherman's March Against Atlanta," footnotes, Long comments.

25-30 Chapter XI: "Under the Trampling Armies: The Tragic Lot of the Freedmen," Long notes, corrections.

25-31 Chapter XI: "Under the Trampling Armies: The Tragic Lot of the Freedmen," contents, Long comments, inserts.

25-32 Chapter XII: "Lincoln, Congress and the Radicals," Long notes, corrections.

25-33 Chapter XII: "Congress and the Radicals," Long edited version, comments.

25-34 Chapter XIII: "New Crises in Foreign Relations," Longnotes, corrections.

Box 26 Drafts of Nevins' Ordeal of the Union edited by E. B. Long.

26-1 Chapter XIII: "New Crisis in Foreign Relations," comments on footnotes, contents, Long comments.

26-2 Chapter XIII: footnotes by E. B. Long.

26-3 Chapter XIII: "Lincoln's Assassination, Andrew Johnson in Power," memo, Long lengthy version.

26-4 Chapter XIV: "Grant, Meade and Sherman Take Command," Long notes and corrections.

26-5 Chapter XIV: "Grant, Meade and Sherman Take Command," outline of contents, suggested changes.

26-6 Chapter XV: "Grant and Sherman Take Command," Long comments.

26-7 Chapter XV: "Midsummer Frustration 1864," Long notes corrections.

26-8 Chapter XV: "Midsummer Frustration 1864," contents, memos from Long to Nevins, Long comments.

26-9 Chapter XVI: "Cement of the Union," Long notes,corrections.

26-10 Chapter XVI: "Cement of the Union," footnotes.

26-11 Chapter XVI: "Cement of the Union," contents, Long comments.

26-12 Chapter XVII: "Lincoln, McClellan and the Presidential Battle," Long notes, corrections.

26-13 Chapter XVII: "Lincoln, McClellan and the Presidential Battle," contents, footnotes, Long comments.

26-14 Chapter XVIII: "The Triumph of Lincoln," Long edited version, footnotes.

26-15 Chapter XVIII: "The Triumph of Lincoln," Long edited version, footnotes.

26-16 Chapter XIX: "The Great March - 1864," Long notes, corrections.

26-17 Chapter XIX: "March to the Sea," Long rough draft, notes, outline, notes.

26-18 Chapter XX: "The Second Administration Opens," Long notes, corrections.

26-19 Chapter XX, first 28 pages of the rough draft.

26-20 Chapter XX (Reconstruction, etc. ), version, chronology, Long lengthy version, chronology.

26-21 Chapter XXI: "Net and Trident: The Growth of Southern Desperation," Long notes, corrections.

26-22 Chapter XXI: "Net and Trident: The Growth of Southern Desperation," contents, comments.

26-23 Chapter XXII: "Final Triumph of Union Arms," Longnotes, corrections.

26-24 Chapter XXII: "Lincoln's Assassination, Andrew Johnson in Power," Long notes, corrections.

26-25 Chapter XXIII: "Lincoln's Assassination: Andrew Johnson in Power," Long notes, corrections.

26-26 Chapter XXIV: "Demobilization from War," Long notes, corrections.

26-27 Chapter XXV: "Mobilization for Peace," Long notes corrections.

26-28 Chapter XXV: "Final Advances of Grant and Lee," Long version, notes.

26-29 Chapter XXVI: "Toward a More Mature Nation. "

26-30 Chapter II: "Organized Victory: Vicksburg," Long edited version.

26-31 Chapter III: "Gettysburg: The Unfulfilled Victory," Long edited version.

26-32 Chapter IV: "The Officers, the Soldiers, the People. "

26-33 Chapter V: "Northern Morale and the Elections of '63," Long edited version, contents, outline, Long comments.

Box 27 Nevins' Ordeal of the Union edited by E. B. Long, correspondence concerning Ordeal of the Union and miscellaneous notes, outlines and corrections.

27-1 Chapter VII: "The Great Boom in the North. "

27-2 Chapter VI: "Minuet in Tennessee," Long comments, contents, outline.

27-3 "Malice Domestic in a Presidential Campaign. "

27-4 Chapter XXVIII: "Mobilization for Peace," footnotes.

27-5 Conference on Ordeal of the Union, August 16, 1969.

27-6 Conference on Ordeal of the Union, August 16, 1969.

27-7 Correspondence, November 27, 1961 - February 21, 1962

27-8 Correspondence, August 13, 1969 - June 28, 1970.

27-9 Correspondence, October 20, 1969 - June 22, 1970.

27-10 Correspondence, March 2, 1970.

27-11 Correspondence, April 24, 1972 - May 12, 1973.

27-12 Reports, notes, memos.

27-13 Miscellaneous research notes.

27-14 Long notes and balance sheet on Chapter I.

27-15 Table of contents.

27-16 Status charts, contents

27-17 Contents, outline.

27-18 Status reports, notes, revised contents.

27-19 Press releases, newspaper articles and miscellaneous.

27-20 Article from New York Times Book Review about Nevins.

27-21 Finances, estimates, grants.

27-22 Footnote corrections.

27-23 Reader Index.

27-24 Photocopies of segments of text.

27-25 Part of the manuscript.

27-26 Long Edition - copy #2.

27-27 Long Edition - copy #3.

27-28 Proofs.

27-29 Proofs and notes.

27-30 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 1.

27-31 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 2.

27-32 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 3.

27-33 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 4.

27-34 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan (February 1980), Part 5.

27-35 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 6.

27-36 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 7.

27-37 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 8.

27-38 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 9.

27-39 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 10.

27-40 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part ll.

27-41 Bruce Catton's The Blue and the Gray (first two hours) - teleplay by Ian McLellan Hunter, first draft (February 1980), Part 12.

Two volumes of clippings compiled by James Paul Cobbett (1803 - 1881).

Box 28 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, Fall 1861 through June 1862.

    Fall 1861:

     

      Missouri, Wilson's

      Missouri - Fremont

      Washington Scene - events and general

      Washington Scene - Congress

      Washington Scene - McCellan

      Washington Scene - administration

      Richmond Scene - general

      Richmond Scene - Army

      Richmond Scene - Congress

      Richmond Scene - administration

      Virginia and Ball's Bluff

      West Virginia

      Kentucky & Mississippi River - outline & general

      Kentucky & Mississippi River - rivers & gunboats

      Kentucky & Mississippi River - military

      Kentucky & Mississippi River- general & east Tennessee

      Coastal

      High Seas

      Gulf Coast

       

    January 1862:

      Events, outline and general

      Washington Scene - outline and general

      Washington Scene - cabinet

      Washington Scene - McClellan

      Washington Scene - Congress

      Richmond Scene

      The West - outline

      The West - Mill Springs and eastern affairs

      Virginia

      Coastal

    February 1862:

      General

      Washington Scene - general

      Richmond Scene

      West - general

      The River Campaign - Fort Henry

      The River Campaign - Fort Donelson

      Coastal

      Southwest

    March 1862:

      General and outline

      Washington Scene

      Richmond Scene

      Monitor and Merrimac and Coastal

      West - general

      Shenandoah

      Virginia

    April - June 1862:

      General and events

      Richmond Scene

      Washington Scene

      Shenandoah

      West - Shiloh - general

      Shiloh - Union

      West - Shiloh - Confederate

      New Orleans I

      New Orleans II - occupation

      Coastal

      West - general

      Peninsula (April 1 - May 4)

      Peninsula (May 5 to Seven Pines)

      Peninsula - Battle of Seven Pines or Fair Oaks (May 31 - June 1)

      Peninsula (June 1 - June 25)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (June 26)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (June 27 to Gaines Mill)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (June 28)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (June 29)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (June 30)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (July 1 - Malvern Hill)

      Peninsula - Seven Days (wrap-up and conclusions)

 

Box 29 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, July 1862 through June 1863.

    July - December 1862:

      Outline of events

      Washington Scene

      Richmond Scene

      Second Manassas Campaign

      Antietam Campaign I - Chantilly, Maryland Campaign, South Mt. Cramptom's Gap, Harper's Ferry

      Antietam Campaign II - Battle of Antietam or Sharpaburg

      Antietam Campaign III - September 18 - November 9 - retreat of Lee, McClellan's removal

      Fredericksburg Campaign I

      Fredericksburg Campaign II

      Fredericksburg III

      West I - July and August, early Vicksburg

      West II - Kentucky Campaign

      West III - Murfreesboro

      West IV - Iuka - Corinth

      West V - Vicksburg I

    January - July 1863:

      Washington Scene - dissension

      Richmond Scene

      Washington Scene - general

      Chancellorsville Campaign I

      Gettysburg I - pre-battle

      Gettysburg II - the battle

      Coastal - naval

      Port Hudson and the West

      Vicksburg outline

      Vicksburg - January to May 1

      Vicksburg II - May 2 - May 19

      Vicksburg III (siege) - May 20 - July 4, aftermath

      West - Tennessee

 

Box 30 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, July 1863 through December 1864.

    July - December 1863:

      Washington Scene

      Richmond Scene

      Virginia

      Coastal I

      West I

      West II - Chickamauga I

      West II - Chickamauga II - Battle

      West III - Chattanooga I

      West III - Chattanooga II

    January - July 1864:

      General

      Washington Scene I

      Richmond Scene

      Washington Scene II - politics

      High Seas

      Coastal

      Virginia I

      Virginia II - Wilderness

      Virginia III - Spottsylvania

      Virginia IV - Cold Harbor and Petersburg

      Virginia V - James and Shenandoah

      West III - Forrest, Fort Pillow, Brice's Crossroad and Morgan

      Atlanta

      Atlanta II

      West I

    July - December 1864:

      Coastal and High Seas

      Washington Scene I

      Washington Scene II

      Richmond Scene

      Peace and Conspiracy

      Franklin - Nashville

      Georgia

      Franklin - Nashville II

      Petersburg

      Shenandoah

Box 31 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, 1865 and Special Studies.

    1865:

     

      Sherman and Carolinas I

      Sherman and Carolinas II

      Coastal and Naval

      Virginia I

      Virginia II - Five Forks and Petersburg

      Virginia III - Appomattox

      Washington Scene I

      Washington Scene II

      Richmond Scene I

      Richmond Scene II - fall of Richmond

      Richmond Scene III - flight

    Special Studies:

      The soldiers

      Homefront

      General homefront

      Prisons and prisoners I

      Prisoners II - eyewitnesses

      Reconstruction - carbons

      Foreign relations - 1861 general

      Foreign relations - 1861 Confederate

      Foreign relations - Trent Affair

      Foreign relations - 1862 on

      Material of War

      Mobilization - general - manpower

      Mobilization - North - general and 1861

      Mobilization - North - 1862 through 1863 on draft

      Mobilization - South - 1862

      Mobilization - South - 1863

      Mobilization - South 1864 through 1865

      Mobilization - North - officer procurement

      Mobilization - North - desertation

      Mobilization - North - navies

      Mobilization - North - Negroes

      Mobilization - South - general

      Mobilization - South - Negro

      Mobilization - South - desertion

      Mobilization - South - navy

      Mobilization - South - officer procurement

      Research notes by E. B. Lone for Chapter IX - The Sweep of Organization

      Economics - general

      Economics I

      Economics II

      Economics III

      Economics IV

      Economics V

      Economics VI

       

Box 32 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, extra and alphabetical.

    Author (alphabetical)

    Influence of the Civil War on the West (alphabetical)

    West - prior to April 12, 1861

    1861 - May - Border states

    1861 - April 12 to June 30 - general

    1861 - June to July - Missouri

    1861 - Fall and July - December - general less Missouri Southwest

    1861 - Fall - Southwest

    1862 - January to July - general

    1862 - January to the West - general

    1862 - February to Southwest

    1862 - March - West: Pea Ridge

    1862 - July to December - West

    1863 - January to July - West

    1863 - July to December - West

    1864 - January to July - West

    1864 - January to July - Red River

    1864 - July to December - West

    1865 - West

    Reconstruction

    From Nevin's notes

    Huntington Library

    E. B. Long sources (alphabetical)

    Source File and extra:

      Extra

      1862 March - Pea Ridge

      1862 July to December - West VI - Trans-Mississippi

      1864 July to December - West - Trans-Mississippi

      1865 West

       

 

 

Box 33 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, extra (alphabetical).

    Demobilization

    1865 general

    Grant's PlanHenry Winter

    Nevins Report No. 13 - Manpower

    Blockade - general (special study)

    1861 to 1865 - blockade - operations (North)

    Blockade operations - South

    Blockade eyewitness - North

    Blockade eyewitness - South

    A

    B

    C

    D

    Jefferson Davis

    E

    F

    G

    Grant

    H

    I

    J

    K

    L

    R. E. Lee

    Lincoln

    McClellan

    Mc

    M

    N

    O

    P

    Q

    R

    S

    T

    U

    V

    W

 

Box 34 Centennial History research notes for Bruce Catton and Doubleday, extra through 1861.

    1820 - before

    Colonial

    Revolution - government

    Early republic

    Missouri Compromise

     

    1820 - 1840:

     

      Outline - general

      Abolition and defense of Slavery

      Free Negro, slave trade, Reaper, Texas

    1840 - 1850:

      Event

      To Mexican War and Native Americanism

      Slavery in territories - general

      Slavery in territories (1849)

      Compromise of 1850

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