Alderson, William T. (William Thomas), 1926-

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* Alabama, William T. Alderson, Peter A. Brannon, Milo Barrett Howard, Marie Bankhead Owen, and Thomas McAdory Owen. 1901. Board of Trustees minutes, reports, and correspondence.  
* Alabama, William T. Alderson, Peter A. Brannon, Milo Barrett Howard, Marie Bankhead Owen, and Thomas McAdory Owen. 1901. Board of Trustees minutes, reports, and correspondence.  
* Horn, Stanley Fitzgerald, Sherman Adams, William T. Alderson, Campbell H. Brown, Bruce Catton, Estes Kefauver, James Percy Priest, et al. 1938. Papers.  
* Horn, Stanley Fitzgerald, Sherman Adams, William T. Alderson, Campbell H. Brown, Bruce Catton, Estes Kefauver, James Percy Priest, et al. 1938. Papers.  
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==Additional Materials==
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Additional Biographical Information can be found in the Vanderbilt University Archives.
==Bibliography -- Primary Works, A Chronology==  
==Bibliography -- Primary Works, A Chronology==  

Revision as of 23:16, 20 February 2008

William Thomas Alderson

Contents

Early Life

Education

Employment

Professional Contributions

Archival Material

  • Alabama, William T. Alderson, Peter A. Brannon, Milo Barrett Howard, Marie Bankhead Owen, and Thomas McAdory Owen. 1901. Board of Trustees minutes, reports, and correspondence.
  • Horn, Stanley Fitzgerald, Sherman Adams, William T. Alderson, Campbell H. Brown, Bruce Catton, Estes Kefauver, James Percy Priest, et al. 1938. Papers.

Additional Materials

Additional Biographical Information can be found in the Vanderbilt University Archives.

Bibliography -- Primary Works, A Chronology

  • Alderson, William T. 1949. The freedmen's bureau in Virginia. Thesis (M.A. in History)--Vanderbilt University, 1949.
  • Alderson, William T. 1952. "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro education in Virginia". North Carolina Historical Review. 29 (1).
  • Alderson, William T. 1952. The influence of military rule and the Freedmen's Bureau on Reconstruction in Virginia, 1865-1870.
  • Johnston, John, and William T. Alderson. 1954. "The Civil War reminiscences of John Johnston, 1861-1865". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Holman, James Hardy, Beatrice Milhous Rees, and William T. Alderson. 1957. "A Tennessean, Texas, and camels: the diary of James H. Holman, June 11 to August 25, 1860". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Alderson, William T. 1959. "Taft, Roosevelt, and the U.S. Steel case: a letter of Jacob McGavock Dickinson". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Cushman, Nancy Cox-McCormack, and William T. Alderson. 1960. "Five weeks in London, England, 1931 modeling from life the portrait bust of Mahatma Gandhi: a memoir". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Lea, Luke, and William T. Alderson. 1961. "The attempt to capture the Kaiser". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Alderson, William T., and Hulan Glyn Thomas. 1963. Historic sites in Tennessee. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
  • Wales, William, and William T. Alderson. 1964. ""A plea for the man of the past". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Alderson, William T., and Robert Martin McBride. 1965. Landmarks of Tennessee history. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Society.
  • Alderson, William T. 1966. Salaries in historical agencies: a special report. Nashville, Tenn: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1966. Tennessee: a students' guide to localized history. New York: Teachers College Press.
  • McDonough, James L., and William T. Alderson. 1967. "Republican politics and the impeachment of Andrew Johnson". Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
  • Alderson, William T. 1969. Marking and correcting copy for your printer. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Smith, Sam B., Dan M. Robison, and William T. Alderson. 1969. Newspapers, alternatives for their preservation: Tennessee's newspaper microfilming program, 1857-1969. Salt Lake City, Utah: The Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Inc.
  • Alderson, William T. 1970. Historical publications.
  • Alderson, William T. 1971. Tennessee lives; the Volunteer State historical record. Hopkinsville, Ky: Historical Record Association.
  • Alderson, William T., Paula A. Hiles, and Donna McDonald. 1971. A manual on the printing of newsletters. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1972. Securing grant support; effective planning and preparation. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1975. Using consultants effectively. Nashville, Tenn: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1976. Interpretation of historic sites. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.
  • Alderson, William T. 1976. American issues: understanding who we are. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History Press.
  • Alderson, William T., and Robert Hiram White. 1978. A guide to the study and reading of Tennessee history. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Commission.
  • Alderson, William T. 1992. Mermaids, mummies, and mastodons: the emergence of the American museum: [exhibition]. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums.
  • Alderson, William T., and Shirley Payne Low. 1995. Interpretation of historic sites. Walnut Creek, Calif. [u.a.]: AltaMira Press.

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