Correspondence, primarily with colleagues and also with policical figures, editors and publishers, personal friends, and various
Stanford University agencies, committees, and departments. Includes manuscript materials used in publications, bibiliographical
and biographical materials, and some personal records.
Professor of history at Stanford University (1931-1968; emeritus 1968-1983), Thomas Bailey received his A.B. (1924), A.M.
(1925), and Ph.D. (1927) in History from Stanford. A prolific writer in American history, his work includes several history
text-books. He died in 1983.
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