The William Graves Carleton Collection contains correspondence, manuscripts for published and unpublished writings, lectures, speeches, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. Records of Dr. Carleton's life and career as Professor of History and Political Science at the University of Florida. Correspondence with C. Vann Woodward, who began his academic career at Florida in the 1930s, spans the years from 1940 to 1971. Carleton's interest and concerns in domestic politics are documented in the correspondence with Claude Pepper, Raymond Robins of Chinsegut Hill, (William) Earl Faircloth, George Smathers, John B. Orr, Leroy Collins, and Phil Locke. His views on international relations before the war are documented in the correspondence with Joseph P. Kennedy, Charles A. Beard, and the America First Committee. (See also Pepper, Woodward, and Robins correspondence.) His work in support of world federalism is documented in the files entitled "Rotary Club of Tampa--Peace Aims Committee", "Paul Smith", "Southern Council on International Relations", "United Nations Committee of Asheville", and "Carolina Institutes of International Relations."