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Correspondence, diaries, speeches, writings, autobiographical notes, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating to Dodd"s work as an author, professor of history at the University of Chicago, and U.S. ambassador to Germany (1933-1937). Subjects include local, state, national, and international politics. Includes letters written by Dodd during a trip to Europe (1928-1929). Family correspondents include his wife, Martha Johns Dodd, and their daughter, Martha Dodd (Stern). Other correspondents include Newton Diehl Baker, Carl L. Becker, Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Claude Gernade Bowers, George P. Brett, Nicholas Murray Butler, Josephus Daniels, Edward Mandell House, Cordell Hull, R. Walton Moore, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Daniel C. Roper, Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht, and Frederick Jackson Turner.
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The papers of William Edward Dodd, historian and diplomat, were received by the Library as a deposit in and from Dodd's son, William E. Dodd, Jr., and daughter, Martha Dodd Stern. Stern added further papers as gifts in , , and , and as a deposit in In the deposit was converted to a gift. William Edward Dodd (21 October –9 February ), historian and diplomat, was born in Clayton, North Carolina, and was the son of John Daniel Dodd, a farmer, and his first wife, Evaline Creech Dodd. He attended private academies and briefly supervised two schools before matriculating at the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (later Virginia Polytechnic . William Edward Dodd was an American historian who served as the United States Ambassador to Germany from to during the Nazi era. Combine Editions William Edward Dodd’s books/5. Martha Eccles Dodd (October 8, – Aug ) was an American journalist and novelist. The daughter of William Edward Dodd, US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's first Ambassador to Germany, Dodd lived in Berlin from – and was a witness to the rise of the Third became involved in left-wing politics after she witnessed first-hand the Education: Attended University of Chicago.
21 Oct. –9 Feb. William Edward Dodd, educator, historian, and diplomat, was born on his father's farm near Clayton, the oldest of the seven children (five boys and two girls) of John Daniel and Eveline Creech Dodd to survive infancy. William Dodd served for four years as the ambassador to Germany before resigning — after repeated clashes with both Nazi Party officials and the State Department. Erik Larson chronicles Dodd's. William Edward Dodd, –, American historian and diplomat, b. Clayton, N.C. He was professor of history at Randolph-Macon College (–) and at the Univ. of . Ambassador Dodd was the United States' last ambassador to Berlin before WWII. Eric Larson writes just absolutely excellent books. But, I was hungry for more from Dodd and I had come to realize that Eric Larson had used Dodd's diary as a primary source while writing his book/5(3).
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