The Southern Humanities Conference records collection contains minutes, agenda, and other records dating from the Council's inception in 1947 to 1985.
Biographical / Historical
The Southern Humanities Council promotes the study and development of the humanities in the South. Coordinates activities of its members and encourages cooperation between business and academia in humanities work. Publications of the Council include: Southern Humanities Review and Humanities in the South. Contains the historical record files of the Council since its inception in 1947.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Reed Sanderlin deposited the Southern Humanities Conference records collection with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga circa 1986 February 20.