University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Correspondence files, legal documents, financial records, campaign/political materials, photographs, and personal affects of Joseph M. Dixon, with particular representation from his public service as U.S. representative and senator and Montana governor, as well as a national leader in the Republican and Bull Moose parties. Papers provide insights into Dixon's personal life, private political opinions and strategies, professional (both political and business) relationships, and actions on behalf of the early twentieth century's Progressive movement. Correspondents include Dixon's wife, Caroline, and other family members, as well as prominent Montana and national political figures, including Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Topics include Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 Presidential campaign; the progressive/Bull Moose movement in Montana; changes in Montana and national Republican-Democratic Party dynamics resulting from the ... Read More
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, subject materials, financial papers, printed matter, and personal miscellany, of various members of the Grosvenor family, principally of Amherst and Milbury, Mass., and Washington, D.C. The bulk of the papers relate to the personal and family life of Gilbert H. and Elsie M. Grosvenor in Washington, D.C., Bethesda, Md., and Baddeck, Nova Scotia; his association with the National Geographic Society and National Geographic Magazine; her community work, including marches for women's suffrage and a Washington, D.C., drive for pure milk; their family ties with the Alexander Graham Bell and Taft families; their travels; and their associations with the Clarke School for the Deaf, the Volta Bureau, the George Washington University, and Amherst College. Also included are papers of Gilbert Grosvenor's parents, Edwin A. and Lilian Waters Grosvenor, relating to family matters, Edwin's work in medieval and Byzantine studies at Amherst College, and ... Read More
State Library of Massachusetts
Letter relating the inclusion of all servicemen in the Legion
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Letter from then Vice President Coolidge to Col. B.F. Bingham regretting that he has to decline an invitation from the Grand Army of the Republic to deliver the Memorial Day address at the Battle Ground National Cemetery
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The photographic collections of P.S. du Pont are divided into two accessions. The larger collection, Pictorial Collections Accession 69.2, contains materials which were processed from Pierre du Pont's possessions from the du Pont home at Longwood Gardens. Several years later five smaller collections were accessioned from additional Longwood manuscript materials. These are numbered 72.362-72.366 and are divided as follows: .362 portraits of P.S. du Pont and du Pont family members; .363 portraits of P.S. du Pont's friends, colleagues and a group of engravings of famous 17th, 18th and 19th century individuals; .364 views of Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pa.; .365 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company photographs of management, offices and buildings, and the 1909 Du Pont baseball team; .366 miscellaneous domestic and foreign subjects including Chateau d'Andelot in France
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Personal correspondence (1917-1923); correspondence of the Hurley Machine Company; French correspondence from the Office of the American Commercial AttacheĢ; and correspondence concerning the Labor Adjustment Board, the United States Shipping Board, the Peace Conference of 1919, and Housing at Hog Island
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
Papers of Will H. Hays, lawyer, Postmaster General, and motion picture executive of Sullivan, IN. Papers are mainly political and include correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, press releases, etc. The inventory to this collection is not complete. Dates of the inventory include, 1857-Oct. 1919, Dec. 30, 1921-Aug. 1945, and all photographs. The portion of the collection, Dec. 30, 1921-Aug. 1945 is microfilmed and available at several institutions across the U.S.
Ohio History Connection
Papers of Jones including correspondence while secretary to Frank Willis, recommendations for Jones, and material collected by Jones. Document his personal, business, and political interests. Correspondents include: Grover Cleveland, John Sherman, Warren G. Harding, William McKinley, Calvin Coolidge, and Frank B. Willis
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Clippings and photographs, 1928, concerning the summer spent fishing and vacationing by President Calvin Coolidge and his wife at the Cedar Island Lodge on Wisconsin's Brule River; including a typed reminiscence written in 1978 by Rebekah Knight Cochran
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Amateur home movies of the Hamilton Nelson Ross family circa 1927-1936. H.N. Ross was the author of, La Pointe-Village Outpost, a book on the history of La Pointe. Most films contain footage of the Ross children playing outdoors at their Geneva, Illinois home and on Madeline Island, Wisconsin. Several films contain segments with adults, neighbors, friends and family visiting the Ross family. The collection includes shots of picnics, ball games, skiing, and other outdoor activities. CB 279 contains footage of President Calvin Coolidge visiting Wisconsin in 1928


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