Written works, published and unpublished, of Frank Snowden Hopkins, journalist, diplomat, and vice-president of the World Future Society. The collection contains articles written about the Foreign Service, policy papers written for the United States State Department, articles written for the World Future Society, family histories and biographies, a reminiscence of the College of William and Mary in the 1920's, and an unpublished manuscript of a novel promoting the goals and principles of the World Future Society.
The Finding Aid/Inventory contains brief descriptions of each accession. The contents list is a folder by folder inventory of the first accession.
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Frank Snowden Hopkins was born 8 March 1908 in Gloucester County, Virginia, the son of Nicholas Snowden Hopkins and Selina Lloyd (Hepburn) Hopkins. He graduated with an B. A. from the College of William and Mary and received his M. A. from Columbia University. Hopkins worked for newspapers as a reporter, personnel and labor relations director and for the Maryland Drydock Company. Hopkins entered the U. S. State Department in 1945. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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Organization: This collection is organized into eleven series. Series 1 contains family histories and biographies; Series 2 contains speeches by Hopkins; Series 3 contains essays prepared for U.S. State Department; Series 4 contains articles by Hopkins pertaining to the foreign service; Series 5 contains articles by Hopkings pertaining to the World Future Society; and Series 6-11 contain additions to the collection. Arrangement: The collection is organized by subject.
Additions are shelved adjacent to first accession.
Acc. No. 84-36; Gift: 25 items, July 1984.Acc. No. 86-15; Gift: 1 item, April 1986.Acc. No. 89-38; Gift: 1 item, September 1989.Acc. No. 89.55; Gift: 1 item, 29 November 1989.Acc. No. 1993.48; Gift: 1 item, 19 July 1993.Acc. No. 1994.64A; Gift: ca. 100 items, 22 August 1994.Acc. No. 2000.23; Gift: 1,376 items, 3 June 2000.
Additional information may be found at http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/wm/viw00091.frame
Processed by Tom Scott in 1987.