Lincoln Memorial University - Carnegie-Vincent Library
A collection of documents and letters of every indiviual holding the office of United State President
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
This collection was assembled by Kerry S. Grant during the centennial of the Pan-American Exposition in 2001
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Records and photographs of the GAR Memorial Hall and its custodians, with the bulk of the material dating from 1904-1965. A significant portion of the collection is from the tenure of Hosea W. Rood, the first custodian of the Hall. Custodian records include correspondence with veterans, GAR officials, and the general public; newspaper columns, essays, poems, and speeches on patriotic themes written by the custodians; six diaries of Hosea Rood from the period during which he was Hall custodian; legislative records about the mandate and operation of the Hall; and correspondence and other records documenting the creation of the Camp Randall Memorial Arch in 1912. The collection also includes budget information about the operation of the Hall; lists of artifacts, flags, pictures, and books; and visitor registers, including GAR members only register dating from 1904 to 1914. Scrapbooks that were created by the Hall custodians or donated to the Hall comprise another large portion of the ... Read More
Cornell University Libraries
The Schurman papers consist of correspondence, addresses, photographs, testimonials, diplomas, certificates, newspaper clippings, printed material, and records of the New York Constitutional Convention (1915). The material listed covers Schurman's career as a teacher, college president, and diplomat; the majority of the papers involve his role in national and foreign affairs. His views on American imperialism are reflected in letters to President McKinley, David Starr Jordan, David J. Hill, and John Hay. Schurman's later correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt, Charles F. Adams, Carl Schurz, Charles W. Eliot, and Sergio Osmena show his interest in the Philippine Islands and their eventual independence. His active interest in politics, the problems of peace and the League of Nations, and his diplomatic activities are discussed in correspondence with William Howard Taft, Charles Evans Hughes, Elihu Root, Henry Lane Wilson, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Wadsworth, Joseph Foraker, and Frank ... Read More
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Wisconsin statesman and politician Robert Marion "Fighting Bob" La Follette Sr. consisting of correspondence, governor's letterbooks, speeches and writings, records of the Wisconsin Republican Party, financial records, and other records. La Follette served as in the U.S. House of Representatives, as Governor of Wisconsin, and as a U.S. Senator. He was a crucial figure in the Progressive Movement of the early twentieth century running for President on the Progressive Party ticket in 1924. Also included are some photographs, news clippings, and scrapbooks
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Interview, July 31, 1963, by David Thelan of the State Historical Society, with Faithorn of Oconomowoc, Wis., relating to society life in the Oconomowoc area in the early twentieth century, and including comments on President William McKinley, whom Faithorn knew
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of an itinerant Methodist minister who was an evangelist in lumber camps, and later served as a pastor in Hebron, Peshtigo, Verona, Middleton, Waupun, Whitehall, and Madison, Wisconsin. Included are diaries; church record books from Waupun, 1897-1898; and Whitehall, 1915-1916; a daily expenditures and receipts book, 1894-1897; scrapbooks of clippings relating primarily to his ministerial career; and lantern slides used for lectures. Also included is a letter from his son, Ray, while serving with the AEF in WWI as well as a letter of condolence from Theodore Roosevelt Jr. upon Ray's death
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Letters to Mrs. Robert P. Porter, of Tennessee from Mary A. Ward (Mrs. Thomas Humphrey Ward), William McKinley, Edgar Wilson ("Bill") Nye, and an unknown sender. The letters are mostly thank you notes for kindness and hospitality that Mrs. Porter bestowed on the senders
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Evanston Historical Society
News clippings, correspondence, photographs, advertisements, and programs relating to visits to Evanston, Ill., of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, James Taft Hatfield, Father Robert Drurian, Thomas Nast, Mark Twain, George Cable, Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Dwight D. Eisenhower


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