Papers, 1897–1969, 12.5 ft. Professor of sociology. His daughter, Ursula Parrish West, visited the Soviet Union in 1960. The collection includes material relating to that trip: 1 letter, an essay written on her return describing the experiences of a black teenager at a Komsomol youth camp, a small photo album, and some souvenirs. Also includes a 1953 tape recording of Dr. Rufus E. Clement, president of Atlanta University and candidate for the Atlanta school board, denying communist affiliation or sympathy.
Ellis Freeman (b. 1896)
Papers, 2 folders in the collection of presidents' papers. Professor. He owned Russian gold bonds. This and other activities embroiled Freeman in a legal dispute with the local American Legion during the mid-1930s. He left the University of Louisville in 1937.