A Guide to the Henry Hotze Papers Hotze, Henry. 11236

A Guide to the Henry Hotze Papers

A Collection in the
Special Collections Department
Accession number 11236


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Repository
University of Virginia. Library. Special Collections Dept. Alderman Library University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 USA
Collection Number
11236
Title
Henry Hotze Papers ca. 1834-1887
Extent
15 items
Creator
Location
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

See the University of Virginia Library’s use policy.

Preferred Citation

Henry Hotze Papers, Accession 11236, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library

Acquisition Information

This material was given to the Library by the National Geographic Society of Washington, D. C.through its Library Director, Susan Fifer Canby, on May 9, 1996.

Funding Note

Funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Scope and Content

This collection consists of 15 items, ca. 1861-1866 and 1959-1972, pertaining to Henry Hotze(1834-1887), Confederate propagandist. The writings chiefly concern Hotze's views on the conflict between the North and the South, particularly the effects on the Confederate states, and also contain views on the Mexican Expedition.


Container Listing

Papers of Henry Hotze
  • "Some Arguments in Favor of Confederate Independence":
    ca. 1861
    AL, 25 p.

    Draft of a letter to P. Hamber, London.

  • "Anniversary of Washington's Birthday":
    ca. 1862
    AL, 7 p.

    Draft of a letter to "Messrs. Editors" from "One of your Readers." Re the conflict between the North and the South

  • Letter to the Right Honorable Lord Campbell (Lord Strateheden), London.
    1863 Jan 24
    AL, 22 p.

    Re the conflict between the North and the South and British involvement. Draft.

  • "Les Principes de la Colonization par rapport a la Question Mexicaine":
    ca. 1863-1866
    AMs, 47 p.

    Draft of Mexican Pamphlet. Includes additional section II in another hand. Re the Mexican Expedition, 1861-1867.

  • Letter to the Editor of the New York Herald.
    1865 Jan 24
    AL, 6 p.

    From Paris. Draft. Re the conflict between the North and the South and French involvement.

Research Material
  • "Henry Hotze, Confederate Propagandist" by Charles P. Cullop:
    1959, 1972
    Thesis (electrostatic copy)

    Presented to the Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia. Related letter, May 12, 1972, from the National Geographic Societyto the University of Virginia Libraryrequesting a copy.

  • "Rebel Propagandist: Henry Hotze" in Nine Men in Gray by Charles L. Dufour.
    1963
    Printed (electrostatic copy)
  • Research Material re Henry Hotze and William Parker Snow.
    1963-1972
    8 items(two electrostatic copies)

    Includes: Typed manuscript, May 11, 1972, concerning the unsigned letters and manuscripts obtained by General Greely from William Parker Snow; Copies or transcripts of catalog cards and biographical information pertaining to Henry Hotzeand William Parker Snow; Guide to the Archives of the Government of the Confederate States of Americaby Henry Putney Beersnotating entries on Henry Hotzeand Colin J. McRae.

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Colin J. McRae
  • Henry Hotze
  • Henry Putney Beers
  • P. Hamber
  • Susan Fifer Canby
  • William Parker Snow