J. Franklin Crowell papers, 1894.
Clergyman, economist. Columbia University Ph.D., 1897.
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, questionnaires, and printed materials relating to a study of lynching conducted by Crowell.
Included are letters from governors, elected and appointed officials, and others replying to inquiries from Crowell. There
are more than 100 manuscripts and manuscript notes by Crowell, eleven completed questionnaires returned to him, approximately
150 newspaper clippings, and twelve printed items on the topic of lynching.