Preliminary Guide to the Owen Street Payne Papers
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Preliminary Guide to the Owen Street Payne Papers, ca. 1938-1943
Collection number: Bernath Mss 14Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Title: Owen Street Payne Papers,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1938-1943
Collection Number: Bernath Mss 14
Creator: Payne, Owen Street
Extent: .4 linear feet (1 box)
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Department of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, California 93106-9010
Physical Location: Del Sur
Abstract: Essays by Payne, primarily concerning WWII.
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Owen Street Payne Papers. Bernath Mss 14. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Gift of Owen Street Payne's widow, 1968.
Owen Street Payne was born in Glen Cove, New York, on June 12, 1889 and died in Santa Barbara on Sept. 7, 1967. On Sept. 18, 1917, he married Hortense O. Troy in Maryland, and during World War I was a second lieutenant in the aviation section of the signal officers reserve corps. After living in Europe and Africa, the Paynes moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he represented an eastern bank from 1930 to 1946. He then came to Santa Barbara, remaining until 1953. After ten years' residence in New York and Connecticut, he retired, and returned to Santa Barbara permanently in 1963.
The collection contains handwritten essays by Owen Street Payne, ca. 1938-1943, arranged chronologically and primarily concerning the rise of Nazi Germany, World War II, and related issues. Titles include "The Munich Plot," "Germany and Russia," "Tolerance and Communism," "Anti-Semitism," "Roosevelt and Relief," "The Nazi Economic Threat," and "U.S.-British Post-War Relations." Some also pertain to Argentina and other parts of Latin America, with titles such as "The American-Argentine Trade Treaty," "The Monsters of Paraguay," "Subsidized Trade with Latin America," and "The Absorption of Mexico." It is unknown whether any of these were published.