A Guide to the Clifton A. Woodrum papers, 1894-1954 Woodrum, Clifton A., papers, 1894-1954 51581

A Guide to the Clifton A. Woodrum papers, 1894-1954

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Accession Number 51581


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Repository
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Accession Number
51581
Title
Clifton A. Woodrum papers, 1894-1954
Extent
4.475 cu. ft. and 12 boxes
Creator
Clifton A. Woodrum
Language
English

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

Clifton A. Woodrum papers, 1895-1954. Accession 51581. Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Robert H. Woodrum of Stone Mountain, Georgia.


Biographical Information

Clifton Alexander Woodrum was born 27 April 1887 in Roanoke, Virginia, to Robert H. Woodrum (1852-1912) and Anna T. Musgrove Woodrum (1861-1939). He attended Roanoke public schools. Woodrum worked as a soda-jerk in a pharmacy and studied pharmacy at the same time, becoming a licensed pharmacist. While a pharmacist, Woodrum studied law at Washington and Lee University, received his law degree, and was licensed to practice 19 June 1908. He practiced law in Roanoke and was elected Commonwealth's Attorney 1917. In August 1919 he was unanimously appointed to the bench of the Roanoke hustings court. Woodrum was elected to Congress from the Sixth Virginia Congressional District and served until he resigned in December 1945. After his resignation, he served as president of the American Plant Food Council, Inc. Woodrum married Martha Lena Hancock (1874?-1969) on 26 December 1905, and they had two children. Woodrum died 6 October 1950 in Washington D.C. He was buried in Fairview Cemeter in Roanoke, Virginia.

Scope and Content

Papers, 1894-1954, of Clifton A. Woodrum (1887-1950) of Roanoke, Virginia, consisting of bulletins, cards, clippings, correspondence, diaries, legal papers, magazines, photographs, programs, reports, speeches, ephemera, and other papers detailing Woodrum's career as a United States Congressman and president of the American Plant Food Council, Inc. Collection also covers Woodrum's activities as a singer and in fraternal organizations. Also includes papers relating to his wife Lena Hancock Woodrum (1874-1969) and his children, Clifton Woodrum, Jr. (1910-1959) and Martha Ann Woodrum (Zillhardt) (1916-2002).

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I: Correspondence and general papers, 1894-1950 Series II: Elections, 1922, 1938, 1940 Series III: Congress, 1921-1951 Series IV: American Plant Food Council, 1947, 1950 Series V: Speeches, 1915-1950 Series VI: Publications, 1939-1950 Series VII: Clippings, 1900-1954 Series VIII: Photographs

Related Material

Clifton A. Woodrum correspondence, 15-30 December 1938 (LVA accession 42517).


Contents List

Series I: Correspondence and general papers, 1894-1950.
Box: 1
Extent: 1 box.

Correspondence and general papers, 1894-1950, consisting of advertisements, bulletins, cards, certificates, checks, clippings, diaries, invitations, letters, menus, poems, postcards, programs, receipts, recipes, report cards, resolutions, speeches, telegrams, tickets, visiting cards, and other papers concerning Clifton A. Woodrum's personal and social life, as well as his professional career as a lawyer and congressman. Papers also cover the personal and social lives of his wife Lena Woodrum and children. Papers also include information on the education of Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., and Martha Ann Woodrum.

  • Box 1
    Folder 1
    Correspondence and general papers, 1900[?], 1905-1906, 1912-1913, 1918.
  • Box 1
    Folder 2
    Correspondence and general papers, 1921-1928, 192[-].
  • Box 1
    Folder 3
    Correspondence and general papers, 1933-1936, 1939.
  • Box 1
    Folder 4
    Correspondence and general papers, 1941-1944.
  • Box 1
    Folder 5
    Correspondence and general papers, 1945.
  • Box 1
    Folder 6
    Correspondence and general papers, August-September 1946.
  • Box 1
    Folder 7
    Correspondence and general papers, October-November 1946.
  • Box 1
    Folder 8
    Correspondence and general papers, 1947-1950.
  • Box 1
    Folder 9
    Correspondence and general papers, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 10
    Memorials on the death of Clifton A. Woodrum, October 1950.
  • Box 1
    Folder 11
    Certificates, 1907-1948.
  • Box 1
    Folder 12
    Church bulletins (including services in which Woodrum sang), 1926-1929, 1946.
  • Box 1
    Folder 13
    Programs, 1925-1930, 1950, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 14
    Religous addresses, remarks, etc., 1925, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 15
    Inauguration ceremony pass and president and party menus, 4 March 1933, 19-20 October 1934.
  • Box 1
    Folder 16
    Fraternal organizations, 1921, 1926-1929, 1946, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 17
    Ora M. Jacobs papers, re: property purchase in Florida, 1922.
  • Box 1
    Folder 18
    Calling cards, 1925-1926, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 19
    Notes and miscellaneous papers.
  • Box 1
    Folder 20
    Lena Hancock [Woodrum] diary, 1894-1897.
  • Box 1
    Folder 21
    (Martha) Lena Hancock [Woodrum] calling cards and papers.
  • Box 1
    Folder 22
    Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., papers, 1921-1931, undated.
  • Box 1
    Folder 23
    Martha Ann Woodrum papers, 1919-1927.
  • Box 1
    Folder 24
    Recipes, menus,store ads, etc.
  • Box 1
    Folder 25
    Poems.
  • Box 1
    Folder 26
    Cards, invitations, etc.
Series II: Elections, 1922, 1938, 1940.
Box: 2
Extent: 1 box.

Elections, 1922, 1938, 1940, consists of broadsides, business cards, clippings, judicial records, letters, lists, scrapbooks, signs, speeches, telegrams, and other papers concerning Clifton A. Woodrum's primary race for the congressional Democratic nomination in 1922, and his general election campaigns for Congress in 1938 and 1940.

  • Box 2
    Folder 1
    Scrapbook, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 2
    Correspondence, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 3
    General papers, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 4
    Address of Harvey Hall, 1 July 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 5
    Speech of Judge R. C. Jackson, 1 July 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 6
    Speech of W. H. Colhoun, 1 July 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 7
    James P. Woods speech, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 8
    Speech for James P. Woods, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 9
    Statements regarding C. A. Woodrum, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 10
    Commonwealth of Virginia vs. C. M. Truax, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Folder 11
    Papers regarding signing of orders in the Roanoke Hustings Court, 1922.
  • Box 2
    Scrapbook, 1938.
  • Box 2
    Scrapbook, 1940.
Series III: Congress, 1921-1951.
Boxes: 3-4
Extent: 2 boxes.

Congress, 1921-1951, includes biographies, correspondence, legislation, reports, speeches, and other papers containing speeches and remarks given by Clifton A. Woodrum while serving in Congress, as well as remarks by others upon his retirement in 1945 and upon his death in 1950. Some of the remarks and reports are published in the Congressional Record. Series also includes papers detailing problems of three of Woodrum's constituents.

  • Box 3
    Folder 1
    Congressional Record, 11 October 1921.
  • Box 3
    Folder 2
    A brief in favor of the Purnell Bill (agricultural experiment stations), 1921.
  • Box 3
    Folder 3
    Congressional Record regarding the U.S. Army Band, 11 February 1926.
  • Box 3
    Folder 4
    Clifton A. Woodrum minority report on the Sesquicentennial in Philadelphia, 8 February 1926.
  • Box 3
    Folder 5
    Congressional Record, minority view on H.R. 6518, the Welch Bill (government employee salaries), 27 April 1928.
  • Box 3
    Folder 6
    Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill, Fiscal Year 1940--Clifton A. Woodrum "America Prepares for Peace," 16 January 1940.
  • Box 3
    Folder 7
    Congressional Record, extension of remarks of Clifton A. Woodrum on national defense, 30 August 1940.
  • Box 3
    Folder 8
    Congressional Record, remarks of Clifton A. Woodrum--"Our Sky Pilot G. S. M.,", 16 April 1941.
  • Box 3
    Folder 9
    Congressional Record, Clifton A Woodrum unity speech, 17 February 1942.
  • Box 3
    Folder 10
    Congressional Record, Clifton A. Woodrum--"But One Objective and that Objective Is to Win the War," 17 February 1942.
  • Box 3
    Folder 11
    Congressional Record, Clifton A. Woodrum--"The State of the Union," 16 March 1942.
  • Box 3
    Folder 12
    Speech of John E. Rankin (D-Mississippi) on the Fair Employment Practice Committee, 26 May 1944.
  • Box 3
    Folder 13
    Foreign Economic Administration Appropriation Bill, 1945--hearing befor the sub-committee of the Committee of Appropriations (U.S. Senate), 8 June 1944.
  • Box 3
    Folder 14
    "Post-War Military Policy--1st Report of the House Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy," 15 June 1944.
  • Box 3
    Folder 15
    "Where Local Government Stands Today"--extension of remarks of Clifton A. Woodrum, 20 September 1944.
  • Box 3
    Folder 16
    "Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures--Additional Report of the Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures," 1944.
  • Box 3
    Folder 17
    Congressional Record--Clifton A. Woodrum, "The End of the Road" on the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 17 April 1945.
  • Box 3
    Folder 18
    Congressional Record--Retirement of Clifton A. Woodrum (pp. 12370 ff), 17 December 1945.
  • Box 3
    Folder 19
    "Twenty-Three Years of Service in Congress"--retirement of Clifton A. Woodrum, 17 December 1945.
  • Box 3
    Folder 20
    Clifton A. Woodrum biography, 1945.
  • Box 3
    Folder 21
    A Selection of Editorial and News Comments upon the Occasion when Clifton A. Woodrum Announced His Intensions of Retiring from Congress, 1945.
  • Box 3
    Folder 22
    Congressional Record, 12 February 1948.
  • Box 3
    Folder 23
    Congressional Quarterly, 25 June, 17 August 1958.
  • Box 3
    Folder 24
    Department of Commerce Appropriations Bill for 1950--specifically aviation (see index, p. 732), 1949.
  • Box 3
    Folder 25
    Congressional Record--death of Clifton A. Woodrum (pp. 16569-16572), 11 December 1950.
  • Box 3
    Folder 26
    Congressional Record--death of Clifton A. Woodrum (p. A8476), 17 January 1951.
  • Box 4
    Folder 1
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, February-March 1923.
  • Box 4
    Folder 2
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, April 1923.
  • Box 4
    Folder 3
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, May-July 1923.
  • Box 4
    Folder 4
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, November 1923-January 1924.
  • Box 4
    Folder 5
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, April-May, August 1924.
  • Box 4
    Folder 6
    Britton Douglas Luck Gowens claim, March 1927, undated.
  • Box 4
    Folder 7
    Sidney Lanier Smith court-martial [MATERIAL IS RESTRICTED UNTIL 31 DECEMBER 2023], 1923-1924.
  • Box 4
    Folder 8
    Joseph Davidson tax assessment, 1924.
  • Box 4
    Folder 9
    Hamilton Fish papers, 1941.
  • Box 4
    Folder 10
    Blank stationery.
Series IV: American Plant Food Council, 1947, 1950.
Box : 4
Extent: 1 box.

American Plant Food Council, 1947, 1950, contains statements, 1947, by fertilizer businesses to a House sub-committee on fertilizer; a statement, 1950, by Clifton A. Woodrum, American Plant Food Council president on the Federal Trade Commission report on fertilizer; and stationery.

  • Box 4
    Folder 11
    Statements of Horace M. Albright (Unite States Potash Company, Inc.), Ralph B. Douglass (Smith-Douglass Company), and Herbert H. Meyers (Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation) to the Sub-Committee of the House Agricultural Committee on Fertilizer, 31 January 1947.
  • Box 4
    Folder 12
    "The Federal Trade Commission Report on the Fertilizer Industry"--(tentative) statement by Clifton A. Woodrum, president of the American Plant Food Council, 1950.
  • Box 4
    Folder 13
    Blank stationery.
Series V: Speeches, 1915-1950.
Boxes: 4-5
Extent: 2 boxes.

Speeches, 1915-1950, delivered by Clifton A. Woodrum to fraternal orders, civic groups, women's groups, and other organizations, as well as in the House of Representatives and to the American Plant Food Council. Topics include politics, economy, civics, fraternal orders, and agriculture.

  • Box 4
    Folder 14
    Memorial address to the Roanoke Aerial Eagles, 31 October 1915.
  • Box 4
    Folder 15
    Memorial address--National Home, Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks, December 1915.
  • Box 4
    Folder 16
    Address delivered at Christiansburg, Virginia, 4 July 1917.
  • Box 4
    Folder 17
    Elks Golden Jubilee, 16 February 1918.
  • Box 4
    Folder 18
    Woodmen of the World speech, 191[-].
  • Box 4
    Folder 19
    Freemasons speech, 191[-].
  • Box 4
    Folder 20
    Flag Day--Roanoke Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks, 13 June 1920.
  • Box 4
    Folder 21
    Address for Bristol Kiwanis Club Governor's Night Celebration, 29 December 1921.
  • Box 4
    Folder 22
    "The Vision Glorious"--address at Washington and Lee University, 8 March 1922.
  • Box 4
    Folder 23
    Flag Day speech--Lynchburg Elks, 14 June 1925.
  • Box 4
    Folder 24
    "Labor Record of Alfred E. Smith"--radio address, 4 October 1928.
  • Box 4
    Folder 25
    4th of July speech to the Kiwanis Club, 1 July 1931.
  • Box 4
    Folder 26
    "On the Question of the Repeal of the 18th Amendment"--radio address, 25 September [1933].
  • Box 4
    Folder 27
    "National Defense"--address to teh 38th Virginia State Conference, Daughters of the American Revolution, 20 March 1934.
  • Box 4
    Folder 28
    Address to the Kiwanis Club, 14 June 1934.
  • Box 4
    Folder 29
    Address to the Virginia Bankers Association, Danville, Virginia, 14 May 1938.
  • Box 4
    Folder 30
    "Public Spending"--radio address, 22 May 1939.
  • Box 4
    Folder 31
    "Recent Economic Trends"--Daughters of the American Revolution, 193[-].
  • Box 4
    Folder 32
    "Worthy Public Aims"--Allegheny County (Pa.) Construction Associates, 23 January 1941.
  • Box 4
    Folder 33
    "State of the Union"--radio address, Blue Network of NBC, 16 March 1942.
  • Box 4
    Folder 34
    Address to the Kiwanis Clubs of Richmond, 6 September 1944.
  • Box 4
    Folder 35
    Address to the Virginia League of Municipalities (with accompanying doccument), 25 September 1944.
  • Box 4
    Folder 36
    Address on WDBJ Radio, Roanoke, 25 October [1944].
  • Box 4
    Folder 37
    Address in Indianapolis,Indiana, concerning the end of World War II, 22 February 1945.
  • Box 4
    Folder 38
    "Some of Our Post-War Problems"--Norfolk Rotary Club, 29 May 1945.
  • Box 4
    Folder 39
    A portion of remarks of Mr. Woodrum, 17 December 1945.
  • Box 4
    Folder 40
    "Mother Earth"--Clifton A. Woodrum at Hot Springs, Virginia, with extension of remarks of J. Lindsey Almond, 24, 29 June 1946.
  • Box 4
    Folder 41
    "Country Journal" interview with Don Lerch", 1 February 1947.
  • Box 4
    Folder 42
    "Our Land and Its Care"--Clifton A. Woodrum, President of the American Plant Food Council, to the Jr. Chamber of Commerce, Roanoke, 25 February 1947.
  • Box 5
    Folder 1
    "Outlook for 1948""--address of Clifton A. Woodrum at the annual banquet of the Norfolk-Portsmouth Chapter of the American Institute of Banking, 17 January 1948.
  • Box 5
    Folder 2
    Address of Clifton A. Woodrum at the Graduation Exercises [of] Madidon [sic] [Madison] College, 6 June 1949.
  • Box 5
    Folder 3
    "Teamed for Defense"--Armed Forces Day at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 20 May 1950.
  • Box 5
    Folder 4
    Address of Clifton A. Woodrum, President of the American Plant Food Council, at the fifth annual meeting of the Council at the Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, 30 June 1950.
  • Box 5
    Folder 5
    Speech (first page missing), undated.
  • Box 5
    Folder 6
    "Early History of Andrew Taylor Still," undated.
  • Box 5
    Folder 7
    Material used in speeches, 1947, undated.
Series VI: Publications, 1939-1950.
Box: 5
Extent: 1 box.

Publications, 1939-1950, consists of booklets, magazines, and newsletters relating to politics, economy, and the American Plant Food Council.

  • Box 5
    Folder 8
    Business Week, 24 June 1939.
  • Box 5
    Folder 9
    "Cliff Woodrum Says" newsletter, 6 July, 3 October 1940.
  • Box 5
    Folder 10
    The Commonwealth, April 1949.
  • Box 5
    Folder 11
    "Country Club News" newsletter (Roanoke), July 1945.
  • Box 5
    Folder 12
    Democracy's Salvation Depends Upon Adopting a Competitively Produced Money System, 1944.
  • Box 5
    Folder 13
    "Alabama Today and Tomorrow" newsletter (Alabama State Chamber of Commerce), November 1945.
  • Box 5
    Folder 14
    Our Land and Its Care, 1947.
  • Box 5
    Folder 15
    American Plant Food Council Journal, January-February-March 1947, April-May-June 1950.
  • Box 5
    Folder 16
    United States News, 19 April 1940, 30 June 1944.
  • Box 12
    Folder 2
    Life, 20 March 1930.
Series VII: Clippings, 1900-1954.
Boxes: 5-6
Extent: 2 boxes.

Clippings, 1922-1954, hightlight Clifton A. Woodrum's political career, his singing appearances, and his social life. Clippings also cover the arrival of Admiral Richard E. Byrd in New York in 1926 and the dedication of Woodrum Field in Roanoke in 1941. Clippings also concern Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., and Martha Ann Woodrum, as well as general news.

  • Box 5
    Folder 17
    Election, 1922.
  • Box 5
    Folder 18
    Election, 1924.
  • Box 5
    Folder 19
    Election, 1926.
  • Box 5
    Folder 20
    Election, 1928.
  • Box 5
    Folder 21
    Politics, 1924, 1926.
  • Box 5
    Folder 22
    Politics, 1928-1929.
  • Box 5
    Folder 23
    Politics, 1931-1933.
  • Box 5
    Folder 24
    Politics, 1934.
  • Box 5
    Folder 25
    Politics, 1935.
  • Box 5
    Folder 26
    Politics, 1936-1938, 193[-].
  • Box 5
    Folder 27
    Politics, 1941-1946, 1948.
  • Box 5
    Folder 28
    Politics--elections, 1948.
  • Box 5
    Folder 29
    Politics, undated.
  • Box 5
    Folder 30
    Clifton A. Woodrum speaking engagements, 1926-1930, undated.
  • Box 5
    Folder 31
    Clifton A. Woodrum appearances as a singer, 1926-1928, undated.
  • Box 5
    Folder 32
    Maryland school oratory competition, 1926.
  • Box 5
    Folder 33
    Wright Pavilion cornerstone ceremony, 1926.
  • Box 5
    Folder 34
    Mother's Day observance, 9 May 1926.
  • Box 6
    Folder 1
    Admiral Richard E. Byrd's arrival in New York, June 1926.
  • Box 6
    Folder 2
    Medical unit in Roanoke for veterans, 1926.
  • Box 6
    Folder 3
    Federal building and Roanoke post office, 1926, 1929.
  • Box 6
    Folder 4
    Dedication of Woodrum Field, October 1941.
  • Box 6
    Folder 5
    Clifton A. Woodrum general clippings (see also box 12, folder 1--oversized materials), 1926-1950.
  • Box 6
    Folder 6
    Clifton A. Woodrum death and funeral, 1950.
  • Box 6
    Folder 7
    Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., 1926-1933.
  • Box 6
    Folder 8
    Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., wedding and family, 1935-1945.
  • Box 6
    Folder 9
    Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., World War II, 1940-1948.
  • Box 6
    Folder 10
    Clifton Woodrum, Jr., 1945-1950.
  • Box 6
    Folder 11
    Martha Ann Woodrum, 1926-1947.
  • Box 6
    Folder 12
    Social items concerning Clifton A. Woodrum and family, 1926-1930, 1935.
  • Box 6
    Folder 13
    General social, 1900, 1926-1954.
  • Box 6
    Folder 14
    General, no date.
  • Box 6
    Folder 15
    Masons, Pythians, Kiwanis, and other associations, 1922-1926, undated.
  • Box 6
    Folder 16
    Marriages, 1936.
  • Box 6
    Folder 17
    Sports related, undated.
  • Box 6
    Folder 18
    Recipes, undated.
  • Box 6
    Folder 19
    Poems, undated.
Series VIII: Photographs.
Boxes: 6-8
Extent: 3 boxes.

Photographs of Clifton A. Woodrum and his family. Also contains photographs reflecting Woodrum's congressional career and his tenure as president of the American Plant Food Council. Also includes photographs of family friends and political figures.

  • Box 6
    Folder 20
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum portraits (see also box 12, folder 3--oversized materials).
  • Box 6
    Folder 21
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum portraits (see also box 12, folder 3--oversized materials).
  • Box 6
    Folder 22
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum portraits (see also box 12, folder 3--oversized materials).
  • Box 6
    Folder 23
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum--American Plant Food Council (see box 5, folder 15 also), 1947.
  • Box 6
    Folder 24
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum--American Plant Food Council (see box 5, folder 15 also), 1950.
  • Box 6
    Folder 25
    Photographs, Masons portrait dedication and Masons dinner.
  • Box 6
    Folder 26
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum--general.
  • Box 6
    Folder 27
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum--general.
  • Box 6
    Folder 28
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum--general.
  • Box 6
    Folder 29
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum and Lena Woodrum.
  • Box 6
    Folder 30
    Photographs, Lena Woodrum.
  • Box 7
    Folder 1
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr., as a child.
  • Box 7
    Folder 2
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr.--Virginia Military Institute.
  • Box 7
    Folder 3
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr.--general.
  • Box 7
    Folder 4
    Photographs, Clifton A. Woodrum, Jr.--general.
  • Box 7
    Folder 5
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--portraits.
  • Box 7
    Folder 6
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--portraits.
  • Box 7
    Folder 7
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--portraits.
  • Box 7
    Folder 8
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum as a child.
  • Box 7
    Folder 9
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--airplanes.
  • Box 7
    Folder 10
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--fashion.
  • Box 7
    Folder 11
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--general.
  • Box 7
    Folder 12
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum--general.
  • Box 7
    Folder 13
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum[?]--air show.
  • Box 7
    Folder 14
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum[?]--air show and poolside.
  • Box 7
    Folder 15
    Photographs, Martha Ann Woodrum[?]--general.
  • Box 7
    Folder 16
    Photographs, Woodrum family.
  • Box 7
    Folder 17
    Photographs, Woodrum family and friends--Roanoke Photo Finishing Company, 1937-1944.
  • Box 7
    Folder 18
    Photographs, autographed photographs to Clifton A. Woodrum (see also box 12, folder 4--oversized materials).
  • Box 8
    Folder 1
    Photographs, general--children.
  • Box 8
    Folder 2
    Photographs, general--men (see also box 12, folder 4--oversized materials).
  • Box 8
    Folder 3
    Photographs, general--women (see also box 12, folder 4--oversized materials).
  • Box 8
    Folder 4
    Photographs, general--groups.
  • Box 8
    Folder 5
    Photographs--Los Angeles.
  • Box 8
    Folder 6
    Photographs--houses and objects.
  • Box 12
    Folder 5
    Roanoke at night.
  • Box 12
    Folder 6
    Snowmass Valley, Colorado.
  • Box 12
    Dedication of Woodrum Field, Roanoke.
Series IX: Scrapbooks.
Boxes: 8-10
Extent: 3 boxes.

Scrapbooks contain clippings and photographs of Clifton A. Woodrum and his family, as well as highlighting his political career. Some scrapbooks are currently unavailable due to conservation needs.

  • Box 8
    Folder 7
    Scrapbook, 1934-1942.
  • Box 8
    Folder 8
    Scrapbook, 1940-1942, scrapbook runs in reverse chronological order. Part I--17 March 1942-3 June 1941.
  • Box 8
    Folder 9
    Scrapbook, 1940-1942, scrapbook runs in reverse chronological order. Part II--31 May 1941-3 December 1940.
  • Box 8
    Folder 10
    Scrapbook, 1940-1942, scrapbook runs in reverse chronological order--26 April 1942-1 December 1940.
  • Box 8
    Folder 11
    Scrapbook--MAAF Foto, Italy, 1945.
  • Box 8
    Folder 12
    Woodrum family scrapbook, 1919-ca. 1928.
  • Box 8
    Folder 13
    Woodrum family scrapbook, ca. 1936-ca. 1938.
  • Box 9
    Woodrum family photo album, ca. 1910-ca. 1949.
  • Box 10
    Annie T. Woodrum scrapbook, 1939.
Series X: Ephemera.
Box: 11
Extent: 1 box.

Ephemera contains items owned by Clifton A. Woodrum.

  • Box 11
    Victory Songs (hymns).
  • Box 11
    New Testament.
  • Box 11
    Vest Pocket Congressional Directory, 1939.
  • Box 11
    Roll of film.
  • Box 11
    Address block.
  • Box 11
    Hair of Clifton Woodrum, Jr., and hair of an unidentified individual.
  • Box 11
    Spoons and letter openers.
  • Box 11
    Seals.
  • Box 11
    Compass.
  • Box 11
    Bracelet.
  • Box 11
    Campaign fans (located in box 12, oversized material).