Ed Jervey Collection
SC 212

 

Summary Information

Repository
McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections
Title
Ed Jervey Collection
ID
SC 212
Date [inclusive]
1961-1974
Extent
4 Linear feet
Physical Description

Collection is arranged as follows:

Series 1: Correspondence and Supporting Documents
Series 2: Deposition Transcripts
Series 3: Court Transcripts
Series 4: LaRoy Sunderland Research

Location
Located in locked compact shelving, level 1.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Ed Jervey Collection, Special Collections, McConnell Library, Radford University, Radford, VA.

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Biographical/Historical Note

Dr. Edward Jervey (born 1929) earned Bachelor’s degrees from Emory University, and Boston University; an MA from Boston Univeristy; and a PhD from Boston University.  He was a full time Methodist minister for two years between his MA and his PhD, and an associate professor of history at Lambuth College, in Jackson, TN.  After earning his PhD, he became a Professor of History at Radford College/Radford University from roughly 1961-1991. After a “Letters to the Editor” submission in response to Suzanne Milas’ article “Why I Believe in Sex Before Marriage”, published in the February 1968 issue of Redbook Magazine, Dr. Jervey started experiencing what he perceived as unfair treatment.  This treatment included such things as schedule changes which reduced his pay, a poor evaluation, the refusal of a scheduled $1,200 raise in pay, and conflict with various members of the Department of History and with university president Dr. Charles K. Martin.  Dr. Jervey communicated with the university through various channels which failed to resolve the issues, and so decided to sue Dr. Charles K. Martin/Board of Visitors. The case was tried in February 1972 and was decided in favor or Jervey.  In the end, he received a $3,000 raise and $9,000 in damages.  Dr. Jervey retired from Radford University in 1991.

 

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Scope and Contents

Collection consists of correspondence between President Martin and various members of the Board of Visitors, between members of the Dept of History and Martin, between lawyers and individuals involved in the case Jervey v Martin, various documents used or referred to in the case, depositional transcripts, and a transcript of the case itself. Also included in this collection are some of the research materials Jervey gathered for papers and presentations he wrote about LaRoy Sunderland (1894-1885), and his publication Zion’s Watchman.  Sunderland was a Methodist Minister, Abolitionist, and founder of an abolitionist publication Zion’s Watchman.  Much of the research included in this collection concerns a conflict LaRoy Sunderland had with Wilbur Fisk, first president of Wesleyan University.  Much of what is included in this series is copies and transcriptions of letters between Sunderland and Fisk discussing a dispute between them that took place during a Methodist convention.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections

McConnell Library
PO Box 6881
Radford, Virginia
540-831-5692
archives@radford.edu

Restrictions to Access

An appointment for research is required. The collection is open for research. No interlibrary loan.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

The documents are available for free personal, non-commercial, and educational use, provided the proper citation is used (e.g. McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections, Radford University, Radford VA).  Any commercial use of the materials, without the written permission of the Radford University, and the copyright holder, is prohibited.  Please refer to the McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections website for more information.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

All materials were found in the Radford University archives collection except the court transcript, which was purchased for the purpose of including it in this collection.

Accruals

Further accruals may be coming but there are none scheduled.

Existence and Location of Originals

Archives and Special Collections, McConnell Library

Related Archival Materials

Radford University:  https://mozart.radford.edu/archives/findingaids/academic-affairs-vp-60s.html

Charles Knox Martin Official Papers: https://mozart.radford.edu/archives/findingaids/martin-official.html

University of Virginia:  https://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaxtf/view?docId=uva-sc/viu01998.xml


Collection Inventory

SERIES 1. Correspondence and Supporting Documents

Box 1: Folder 1: Correspondence- Pre 1968. Handwritten note from Jervey to Martin accepting the position of Assistant Professor of History (undated); Jervey to Martin, June 18, 1961 communicating about housing; Jervey to Martin, Jan 9, 1964 explaining a mistake filling out a form and explaining his reasoning in having a student explain policies to his class; Jervey to Martin, July 3, 1964 defending himself over various rumors, and stating his loyalty to Radford College; Jervey to Martin, Oct 1, 1964 explaining that he does not wish to invest in a used book proposal; M.G. White to Martin, Dec 8, 1964 mentions Jervey criticising Radford High School's teaching of history; Jervey to Martin, Mar 30, 1965 thanking Martin for allowing Jervey to miss graduation; Jervey to Martin, May 11, 1965 asking clearance to use two of his publications as optional reading in class; Jervey to Martin, July 17, 1965 asking for additional time off for research; Unsigned and undated note indicating Jervey missed a luncheon for new faculty; Jervey to Martin, Sep 19, 1966 mentions Jervey cancelling his bridge class held at his house and defending how he has run it; Various salary memos; Jervey to Martin, Sep 22, 1966 asking permission to hold a bridge instruction class at his home for residents of Radford; Jervey to Boston University Placement Office, Dec 12, 1966 asking to be removed from their active files; class outline American History Survey 111-113.

Box 1: Folder 2: Correspondence- January 1968.  Muse to Martin, Jan 25, 1968 commenting on Jervey's written comments on the Redbook article "Why I Believe in Sex Before Marriage"; Muse to Martin, Jan 29, 1968 expressing dissatisfaction giving Jervey a raise; Martin to BOV includes correspondence between Muse and Martin, and the Redbook article in question.

Box 1: Folder 3: Correspondence- February 1968.  Martin to Bean, Feb 20, 1968 describing meeting with Jervey; Muse to Martin, Feb 15, 1968 indicating he would send a copy of a letter from Jervey to the BOV; Martin to BOV, Feb 20, 1968 sending letter from Jervey to BOV; Students in History 112, Feb 21, 1968 (most likely one of the anonymous letters that will later be investigated by the FBI mentioned in Box 2 Folder 2); Bean to Martin, Feb 26, 1968 concerning a letter from Jervey; Moore to Muse, Feb 26, 1968 from parents of a student expressing concern over Jervey situation, and Muse's response dated Feb 28, 1968; Schedule of events in Jervey situation Jan24-Feb 26 1968; Martin to Muse, Feb 29, 1968 enclosing some correspondence on the Jervey case including a long letter from Jervey to the VEA

Box 1: Folder 4: Correspondence- March 1968. Martin to Muse, Mar 14, 1968 enclosing correspondence from AAUP about the Jervey case; Martin to Muse Mar 29, 1968 enclosing response to AAUP.

Box 1: Folder 5: Correspondence- April 1968. Several letters concerning an anonymous letter sent to a new hire at Radford College about the charges against Martin in the Jervey case. This may be one of the letters referred to in the FBI investigation mentioned in Box 2 Folder 2; Jervey to Frank (presumably Hillman) Apr 23, 1968 rejecting an offer of compromise.

Box 1: Folder 6: Correspondence- May 1968. Williams to Martin, May 6, 1968 enclosing correspondence between Jervey and Virginia Education Association. 

Box 1: Folder 7: Correspondence- August-September 1968. Correspondence between Martin and Grossman (of the AAUP) concerning the Jervey case.

Box 1: Folder 8: Correspondence- October 1968.  Jervey to Hurlburt, Oct 1, 1968 inquiring as to his status as a chaperone; Martin to Muse, Oct 1, 1968 enclosing a letter he intended to send to AAUP; Jervey to Frank (presumably Hillman) Oct 11, 1968 asking permission to take a class field trip to Winston-Salem; Martin to Muse, Oct 15, 1968 forwarding a letter from AAUP; Martin to Muse, Oct 23, 1968 forwarding a letter from Jervey to the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure dated Oct 23, 1968; Engel to Martin, dated Oct 24, 1968 forwarding Jervey's charges against Martin to Martin; Martin to Engel, OCt 28, 1968 (2 letters) concerning the Jervey case;

Box 1: Folder 9: Correspondence- November 1968. Martin to Muse, Nov 4, 1968 enclosing a letter Jervey wrote to the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, and letters back and forth between Engel and Martin; Memo by Martin, Nov 17, 1968 stating that Jervey had a meeting with Reverend John Saunders of First Christian Church and broke confidence of the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee. 

Box 1: Folder 10: Martin's Answers to the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, Nov 21, 1968. File includes 11 "exhibits". 

Box 1: Folder 11: Correspondence- December 1968. Martin to Muse, Dec 2, 4, 1968 forwarding correspondence between Martin and Engel.

Box 1: Folder 12: Corresponence- January 1969. Engel to Martin, Jan 30, 1969 enclosing committee findings on charges brought out by Jervey; Marvin to Engel, Jan 31. 1969 requesting evidence the committee used to investigate charges by Jervey.

Box 1: Folder 13: Correspondence- February 1969. Larsen to Radford Chapter of the AAUP, Feb 3, 1969, inviting members to give their views on Jervey case or other matters at the next meeting (and including information about the next meeting); Marvin to Engel, Feb 4, 1969 and Engel's response, Feb 5, 1969 discussing open discussion of Jervey case; Larsen to Marvin, Feb 6, 1969, informing Marvin that the Radford Chapter of the AAUP passed a resolution to allow Martin and a guest to attend board meetings concerning the Jervey case; Hillman to Jervey, Feb 7, 1969, reprimand for Jervey allowing a student to attend a 12:00 class instead of the 8:00 class she is formally registered for- packet includes Jervey’s response and supporting documents from Hillman; Gerrett to Jervey, Feb 12, 1969 reminding Jervey of an incident Gerrett was asked about involving a bowling game and cursing; Muse to Engel, Feb 19, 1969 describing, on behalf of the BOV, explaining the attitude and actions of the BOV; Larsen to "Colleague" dated Feb 25, 1969 updating colleagues on details about what was happening with the Jervey case; Hall to Muse, Feb 27, 1969 forwarding a letter Larsen wrote to Marvin, dated Feb 26, 1969 discussing how to handle the Jervey case.

Box 1: Folder 14: Correspondence- March 1969. Grossman (AAUP) to Martin, Mar 4, 1969 pointing out a suspicious timeline in the events Jervey is bringing Martin to court about and suggesting Martin settle the case; Larsen to Martin, Mar 6, 1969 alerting Martin that the Radford College Chapter of the AAUP adopted a resolution endorsing Jervey's appeal to the National AAUP for intervention in his case; Martin to BOV, Mar 12, 1969 updating them on the current situaion- includes various correspondence and information; Martin to Grossman, Mar 12, 1969 responding to Grossman's letter dated Mar 4, 1969.

Box 1: Folder 15: Correspondence- April 1969. Jervey to Martin, Apr 2, 1969 lists three complaints and states that he is reporting them to various professional organizations; Grossman to Martin, Apr 4, 1969 informs Martin that the AAUP is forming an ad hoc committee to conduct an inquiry; Article from the April NEA Bulletin concerning Jervey; Newspaper clippings April 26, 1969.

Box 1: Folder 16: Correspondence- June 1969. Grossman to Martin, June 16, 1969 informing Martin the name of the head of the ad hoc committee investigating Jervey's allegations; Martin to Grossman, June 23, 1969 letting the AAUP know that the Jervey case has been made formal; Grossman to Martin, Jun 25, 1969 indicating the AAUP will postpone it's investigation since it has been taken to court; Newspaper article- Roanoke Times June 26, 1969, story about Jervey.

Box 1: Folder 17: Correspondence- July 1969. Willett to Martin, July 2, 1969 forwarding a pamphlet about Jervey being distributed at the NEA convention; Memo dated July 3, 1969 reporting that a person overheard a phone conversation she thinks was with Jervey concerning a court case of Susan C. Wingo.

Box 1: Folder 18: Correspondence- September 1969. Handwritte note Sep 16, 1969 reporting that Jervey showed a document to Mrs. Holliman and the two went to her office to discuss it; Brooks to Hillman, Sep 18, 1969 reminding Hillman he was to submit several items to Brooks (lawyer), also included are the items Brooks mentions; Brooks to Hillman, Sep 23, 1969 acknowledging Hillman's response and the requested documents and asking for clarification; Hillman to Brooks, Sep 25, 1969 responding to Brooks.

Box 1: Folder 19:Correspondence- January 1970. Memo dated Jan 14, 1969 describing an annual faculty evaluation for Jervey, who was in the room, and what they did- signed by Daniel Marvin, Franklin Hillman, and Clifford Norse; Jervey to Norse, Jan 16, 1969 requesting a copy of his evalutaion be sent to his lawyers, copy of a handwritten notice from Jervey that those signing their name to his evaluation are now involved in his lawsuit, and a statement that he has seen his evaluation and objects to it; Norse to Jervey, Jan 16, 1969 responding to Jervey's request for a copy of his evaluation and stating requests must be made through the office of Dr. Martin; Jervey to Martin, Jan 19, 1969 asking that a copy of his evaluation, also included in this packet are the evaluation and various other pages; Martin to Powell, Jan 21, 1969 forwarding various papers associated with Jervey's evaluation.

Box 1: Folder 20: Correspondence- February 1970. Handwritten note by Roberts, Feb 15, 1970 reporting that at a church dinner Jervey was heard discussing the lawsuit of Dr. Sinese with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gillespie; Norse to Jervey, Feb 24, 1970 reprimanding Jervey for making disparaging comments about Radford College while talking to a colleague at the water fountain; Jervey to Norse, Feb 25, 1970 Jervey's response to Norse's reprimand; Brooks to Hillman, Feb 28, 1970 forwarding corrections to Dr. Muse's deposition.

Box 1: Folder 21: Correspondence- March 1970. Hillman to Brooks, March 5, 1970 forwarding corrections of his deposition; Brooks to Hillman, Mar 12, 1970 responding to Hillman's letter.

Box 1: Folder 22: Correspondence- 1971. Memo by Frank Scott, Jan 29, 1971 describing Jervey receiving his annual evaluation; Jervey to Martin, Jan 29, 1971 asking for a copy of his evaluation, includes evaluation; Jervey to Hillman, Mar 18, 1971, protesting class assignments; Hillman to Jervey, Mar 19. 1971 responding to Jervey's complaints about class assignments; Jervey to Scott, MAr 22, 1971 Jervey's defense for complaining about class assignments; Jervey to Martin, May 3,1971 complaint about not being given summer school classes to teach and letter of receipt from Martin; Scott to Jervey, May 18, 1971 expressing concern for Jervey's erratic behavior during a meeting; Jervey to Scott, May 19, 1971 Jervey's response to Scott; Jervey to Hillman, Jun 24, 1971 newspaper clipping Jervey sent to Hillman concerning PGA golfer throwing a rubber snake at a competitor and including a note from Jervey indicating he was not the only immature person with a rubber snake; Jervey to Norse, Oct 25, 1971 handwritten note telling Norse that Chardoff is looking forward to seeing Norse in January in Roanoke (in court); Gromel to Hillman, Dec 6, 1971 asking for more information about questions asked of Hillman and including passages from the Redbook article; Hillman to Gromel, Dec 13, 1971 answering Gromel's questions and supplying additional documents; Sex Knowledge Inventory.

Box 1: Folder 23: Communications- July 1971-Dec 1972. Packet of 10 attachments involving the Jervey case; Various communications; Hirschkop to Broaddus, Sep 29, 1972 outlining settlement demands in two unrelated cases against Martin; Broaddus to Turk, Dec 13, 1972 outlining settlement information for Jervey, and two unrelated cases against Martin.

Box 1: Folder 24: Subpoenas.

Box 1: Folder 25: BOV minutes May 9, 1972.

Box 1: Folder 26: Order of Dismissal (Jervey v. Martin) Jan 23, 1973

Box 2: Folder 1: Why I Believe in Sex Before Marriage, by Suzanne Milas. Redbook Magazine, Nov. 1967 pp.10, 12; Letters to the Editor. Redbook Magazine, sent in by Edward D. Jervey.

Box 2: Folder 2: FBI Investigation of Anonymous Letters. Two packets of information from the FBI concerning anonymous letters investigated in relation to the Jervey case.

Box 2: Folder 3: Jervey, Nov 4, 1968 submitting packets of documents supporting his charges against Martin. This folder contains those packets and they include the following. Jervey's Charges against Martin and associated items. Engel to Martin, Nov 13, 1968 forwarding Jervey's charges about and to Martin; Memo by Louann Lewright dated Oct 25, 1968 relating a conversation she had with Martin about Jervey; Why I Believe in Sex Before Marriage, by Suzanne Milas. Redbook Magazine, Nov. 1967 pp.10, 12; Letters to the Editor. Redbook Magazine, sent in by Edward D. Jervey; Muelder to Jervey, Nov 18, 1968 expressing confidence Jervey was qualified to speak about sex education, and handwritten note about putting this letter in the Jervey file; Memo by Jervey undated offering additional evidence regarding his academic competence and salary; Jevey to Martin, Feb 14, 1968 expressing displeasure at not receiving a raise; Curriculum Vita of Ed Jervey; Hillman to Jervey, Sep 28, 1967 thanking Jervey for valuable assistance during the registration period; Memo by Larsen dated Oct 26, 1968 relating his recollection of a conversation he had with Jervey in Feb. 1968; Additional information from Jervey regarding personal harassment by Martin; Scheduling sheets; Thora Jervey to Martin, Apr 13, 1968 asking for clarification as to whether Martin will allow her to participate in a Panhellenic Tea; Martin to Thora Jervey, Apr 16, 1968 indicating he has not placed any restrictions on her participation in any event; Thora Jervey to Martin, Apr 18, 1968 asking for clarification; Elaine to Janet, Apr 11, 1968 relating concerns that Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority will be involved in the Jervey situation; Thora Jervey to "friends"(Alpha Sigma Alpha?), May 5, 1968 inviting them to the Jervey home and discussing the uncertainty about Martin's allowing the Jerveys to interact with students; Noonan to Thora Jervey, May 10, 1968 thanking Jervey for the invitation but refusing it due to the uncertainty at the college over the Jerveys; Jervey to Hurlburt, Oct 1, 1968 asking if the he is allowed to once again be a chaperone for campus events; Hurlburt to Jervey, Oct 7, 1968 notice of receipt of Jervey's letter; Elain (Alpha Sigma Alpha) to Dr. and Mrs. Jervey, Oct 24, 1968 thanking them for an offer of a party they turned down; Johnson (Alpha Sigma Alpha) to Whom it May Concern, Oct 5, 1968 writing in support of Jervey; Porterfield (Alpha Sigma Alpha) to Whom it May Concern, undated, in support of Jervey; Jervey to Frank (Hillman), April 23rd refusing an offer of compromise in his case; Memo by Miller (Junior class president) Oct 17, 1968 stating Jervey was the unanimous choice to be junior class sponsor but the college refused it and signed by class members- includes college notice to the junior class; McBroom to Whom it May Concern, May 30, 1968 expressing concern and confusion as to why Jervey could not be Cotillion Club sponsor; Faculty-Student Relationships, page from what appears to be a Radford College manual or handbook; Jervey to Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure of Radford College, Oct 23, 1968 listing formal charges against Martin; Jervey- Additional evidence regarding the Redbook letter, my conpetence in the area under discussion, and the violation of academic freedom by the President, and various other applicable letters and information; Jervey, Nov 12, 1968 forwarding a memo from Richard Ray.

Box 2: Folder 4: Hurlburt to Committee on Academic Freedom relating information about Jervey's role as a chaperone.

Box 2: Folder 5: Memo by Martha Roane and Jean Einstein, Jan 20, 1969 making a joint statement concerning Jervey's role as a chaperone.

Box 2: Folder 6: Jervey to Engel, Jan 22, 1969 packet of documents and answers to questions submitted to him by the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure.

Box 2: Folder 7: Hillman to Engel, Jan 22, 1969 answers to questions submitted to him by the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure.

Box 2: Folder 8: Martin to Engel, Jan 22, 1969 answers to questions submitted to him by the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure.

Box 2: Folder 9: "Report of Findings on Charges Brought by Professor Edward Jervey Against President Charles K. Martin, Jr" by the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, Jan 30, 1969.

Box 2: Folder 10: Summons and Complaint against Martin issued by the Western District of Virginia, Roanoke Division.

Box 2: Folder 11: Martin- Answers to the Interrogatories

Box 2: Folder 12: Martin- Answers to Certain Interrogatories. July 9, 1969

Box 2: Folder 13: Motion to Strike; Motion to Dismiss.

Box 2: Folder 14: Shenefield to Powell- Analysis of Proposed Defenses Jervey v. Martin. July 31, 1969.

Box 2: Folder 15: Summons for Muse, and including the Amended Complaint.

Box 2: Folder 16: Martin- Interrogatories.

Box 2: Folder 17: Martin- Answers to the Interrogatories.

Box 2: Folder 18: Memorandum of Plaintiffs' in Opposition to Memorandum on Behalf of Defendants in Support of Motion to Dismiss, Motion to Strike, and Motion for More Definitive Statement. Including exhibits 3-15

Box 2: Folder 19: Memorandum on Behalf of Defendants.

Box 2: Folder 20: Memorandum on Behalf of Defendants in Support of Motion to Dismiss, Motion to Strike, and Motion for More Definite Statement.

Box 2: Folder 21: Transcript of Franklin P. Hillman Questioning.

Box 3: Folder 1: Muse to BOV, May 20, 1969 indicating Lewis Powell has agreed to accept employment in the Jervey case, and attached letter to Robert Button, Attorney General with the same information; Button to Muse, May 21, 1969 accepting hiring of Powell in the Jervey case; Clak to Stanley, Aug 10, 1972 forwarding letters concerning empolyment of Hunton, Williams, Gay, Powell & Gibson in the Jervey v. Martin case; Powell to Muse, May 20, 1969 discussing the Jervey v. Martin case; Powell to Martin, May 20, 1969 setting up a meeting; Muse to Martin, May 22, 1969 mentioning thoughts about the suit.

Box 3: Folder 2: Various Scheduling Pages of classes taught in the Dept of History.

Box 3: Folder 3: Martin to Brooks, Oct 20, 1970 returning a large packet of "the AAUP material with my comments concerning the material".

Box 3: Folder 4: Memo to the Dept of History.

Box 3: Folder 5: Inside the President's Office. Vol 4, # 46. July 28, 1971. Discussing various selections from a ruling from another case against Martin. Included here to indicate there were other cases against Martin in the same timeframe.

Box 3: Folder 6: Radford College Chapter, National Society of Professors, Newsletter, January 1972. Contains information about Jervey v. Martin.

Box 3: Folder 7: Detailed notes taken in short hand & transcribed by observer at the trial.

Box 3: Folder 8: Listings of legal fees, billing notices and late billing notices between Hunton, Williams, Gay and Gibson and Radford College etc from the Jervey v. Martin case.

Box 3: Folder 9: Files of billing notices, fees, paid and unpaid bills involved in the Jervey v. Martin case.

Box 3: Folder 10: Billing and Fee information; Salary information for Dept of History.

Box 3: Folder 11: Various Statements of Fees.

Box 3: Folder 12: Newspaper clippings.

SERIES 2. Court Depositions

Box 4: Folder 1: Deposition of Carol W. Dunsmore, Feb 24, 1968

Box 4: Folder 2: Deposition of Dean Hillman, Nov 15, 1968

Box 4: Folder 3: Deposition of Frances A. Hurlburt, June 17, 1969

Box 4: Folder 4: Deposition of Edward Jervey, July 16, 1969

Box 4: Folder 5: Deposition of Edward Jervey, July 17, 1969

Box 4: Folder 6: Deposition of Louann B. Lewright, July 17, 1969

Box 4: Folder 7: Deposition of Edward Jervey, July 18, 1969

Box 4: Folder 8: Deposition of Daniel E. Marvin Jr., Sep 4, 1969

Box 4: Folder 9: Deposition of L. Lee Bean, Jr, Oct 1, 1969

Box 4: Folder 10: John Grove Barker, Nov 24, 1969

Box 5: Folder 1: Deposition of Charles K. Martin June 11-12, 1970

Box 5: Folder 2: Deposition of John G. Barker, Nov 18, 1970

Box 5: Folder 3: Deposition of Louis Paschall Jervey Jr, Feb 3, 1971

Box 5: Folder 4: Deposition of Bernard Jump Jr, Mar 8, 1971

SERIES 3. Court Transcripts

Box 6: Folder 1: Court Details and In Chambers Talks, Feb 21, 1972

Box 6: Folder 2: Testimony of Harold Wilson Mann, Feb 21, 1972

Box 6: Folder 3: Testimony of William E. Larson, Feb 21, 1972

Box 6: Folder 4: Testimony of Barbara Ann Costanza, Feb 21, 1972 

Box 6: Folder 5: Testimony of Charles K. Martin (part 1), Feb 21, 1972

Box 6: Folder 6: Testimony of Charles K. Martin (part 2), Feb 21, 1972

Box 6: Folder 7: Testimony of Charles K. Martin, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 8: Testimony of Louanne Lev Wright, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 9: Testimony of Carol W. Dunsmore, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 10: Testimony of Mary Isabelle Justice, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 11: Testimony of Jouette Graham, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 12: Testimony of Janet Miller, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 13: Testimony of Elizabeth Sumner, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 14: Testimony of William Stump, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 15: Testimony of Daphne Jamison, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 16: Testimony of Marianne McBroom, Feb 22, 1972

Box 6: Folder 17: Testimony of Julia Short, Feb 22, 1972

Box 7: Folder 1: Court Details and In Chambers Discussion, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 2: Testimony of Edward D. Jervey, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 3: Testimony of Arthur Jones, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 4: Testimony of Edward D. Jervey, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 5: Testimony of Wayne Engel, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 6: Testimony of Paul Langhorne Ward, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 7: Testimony of E. Alvin Gentry, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 8: Testimony of Thora Joe Thompson Jervey, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7: Folder 9: Counsel for the Defense Motion, Feb 23, 1972

Box 7 Folder 10: Testimony of Mary Jane Dudley, Feb 24, 1972

Box 7: Folder 11: Testimony of Leonard G. Muse, Feb 24, 1972

Box 7: Folder 12: Testimony of Lorenzo Lee Bean Jr., Feb 24, 1972

Box 7: Folder 13: Testimony of Mary Jane Dudley, Feb 24, 1972

Box 7: Folder 14: Testimony of Robert J. Young, Feb 24, 1972

Box 7: Folder 15: Testimony of Franklin P. Hillman, Feb 24, 1972

Box 8: Folder 1: Testimony of Franklin P. Hillman (recalled), Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 2: Testimony of H.W. Kelly Jr., Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 3: Testimony of Dean Young, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 4: Testimony of Jean V. Einstein, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 5: Testimony of Ellis Moran, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 6: Testimony of Joe Mitchell, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 7: Testimony of Irving Silverman, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 8: Testimony of Walter Keith Roberts, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 9: Testimony of Clifford C. Norse, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 10: Testimony of Frank A. Scott, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 11: Court Exhibits

Box 8: Folder 12: Testimony of Charles K. Martin, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 13: Testimony of Edward D. Jervey, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 14: Plaintiff Avowals, Feb 25, 1972

Box 8: Folder 15: Counsel Summation, Feb 28, 1972

SERIES 4. Jervey Research Materials

Box 8: Folder 16: Correspondence.  Peterson to Jervey, September 1965.  Notable topics include Peterson reporting to Jervey on a conversation she had with LaRoy Sunderland’s granddaughter.

Box 8: Folder 17: Correspondence.  Freeman to Jervey, September 1965.  Notable topics include Freeman relating, on behalf of her mother, many details and anecdotes about LaRoy Sunderland.

Box 8: Folder 18: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, February 11,1832.  Transcript included.

Box 8: Folder 19: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, June 15,1835.  Transcript included. 

Box 8: Folder 20: Correspondence.  Fisk to Sunderland, June 30,1835.  Transcript included. 

Box 8: Folder 21: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, July 24, 1835.  Transcript included. 

Box 8: Folder 22: Correspondence.  Fisk to Sunderland, July 29, 1835.  Transcription included.

Box 8: Folder 23: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, August 14, 1835.  Transcription included. 

Box 8: Folder 24: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, January 2, 1837.  Transcription included.

Box 8: Folder 25: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, January 30, 1837.  Transcription included. 

Box 8: Folder 26: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, September 7, 1837.  Transcription included. 

Box 8: Folder 27: Correspondence.  Sunderland to Fisk, May 31, 1838.  Transcription included. 

Box 8: Folder 28:Correspondence. Sunderland to unknown. Letter unreadable. Dated Aug 19, 1871.

Box 8: Folder 29: Acquittal of LaRoy Sunderland in the suit The People vs. LaRoy Sunderland, June 20, 1837.

Box 8: Folder 30: LaRoy Sunderland, Zion’s Watchman, and Methodist Disunion 1830-1844 by Edward D. Jervey to present at Jurisdictional Conference of Archives and History of the United Methodist Church, Walpole MA, April 29, 1975.

Box 8: Folder 31: Zion's Herald. Jan. 1986-Jun/Jul1986. (Each issue contains an article by Jervey.)