Martin Parks Burks (1917-1928)

Further reading:

Charles V. Laughlin, “Martin Parks Burks, Washington and Lee University,” Legal Education in Virginia, 1779-1979, edited by William Hamilton Bryson (1982).

Peter Wallenstein, “Martin Parks Burks (1851-1928),” Dictionary of Virginia Biography (1998).

Research collections:

Virginia Museum of History and Culture
Richmond, Va.
Robert Garland Hundley Papers, 1872-1944, section 1.
Burks is among the correspondents in this collection of 7 letters, 1881-1919, of George Jefferson Hundley (of Farmville and Richmond, Va.).

William Hodges Mann Papers, 1863-1941, section 7.
Burks is among the correspondents of William Hodges Mann (1843-1927), of Nottoway Court House and Petersburg, Va., in this small collection (19 items) of miscellaneous letters, 1883-1941.