The papers consist of correspondence, research materials, and writings on Woodrow Wilson, Commodore Perry's expedition, and American diplomacy at the end of World War I. Correspondence with biographer Phyllis Levin is included in the papers.
The papers consist of correspondence, research materials, and writings on Woodrow Wilson, Commodore Perry's expedition, and American diplomacy at the end of World War I, as well as correspondence with biographer Phyllis Levin. An audiotape of Walworth recounting his 1925 visit to the Republic of China is included in the papers
Mississippi Valley Historical Association Clarence Walworth Alvord Memorial Commission
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, minutes, reports, and financial records documenting the work of a commission (1928-1955) of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association founded to publish documentary volumes in memory of Clarence W. Alvord, a well-known American historian. They discuss its two published works: Grace Lee Nute, Documents Relating to Northwest Missions (St. Paul, 1942), and Lucile M. Kane, Military Life in Dakota (St. Paul, 1951), and other manuscripts considered for publication. Chairpersons were Solon J. Buck, Lester B. Shippee, and Grace Lee Nute
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Correspondence, transcripts, reports, book reviews, financial papers, clippings, and other papers relating chiefly to Carter's editorial career. Includes materials from his work as editor of the Illinois Historical Collections, The Territorial Papers of the United States (1934- ), and The Correspondence of General Thomas Gage (1969), including transcripts of Gage's correspondence. Also includes material relating to Clarence Walworth Alvord's The Illinois Country, 1673-1818 (1920); and early family correspondence, genealogical material, and a manuscript history of the Carter-Robinson and associated families. Correspondents include Carter's mother, Anna Rogers Carter; his wife, Lillie Carter; his sons, Harold E. Carter and Wilfrid Carter; his brother, Fred Armstrong Carter; Frederick Jackson Turner; and servicemen during the Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Correspondence, writings, and research materials of Clarence W. Alvord relate to his career at the universities of Illinois and Minnesota, abroad, as the founder of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, and editor of the Mississippi Valley Historical Review. Idress Head Alvordâs papers consist of her private manuscript collection; writing files; materials documenting her genealogical work, activities in patriotic and social organizations, and employment with the ...
Correspondence concerns such topics as the salt industry, state bank loans, public land, Cahokia township, criminal proceedings, the transmission and exchange of laws and resolutions with other states, the Indiana boundary, and the Wabash River. Incoming letters include those from private citizens, presidential electors, U.S. congressmen, and General Land Office administrators. Outgoing letters include those to county official, legislators, judges, bankers, administrators in other state governments and officers in the U.S. Army or in the Illinois militia
Correspondence concerns such topics as seminary and public lands, Bond County, internal improvements, state banks, the Illinois and Michigan Canal, the Wabash River, boundary disputes, extradition, the silkworm and salt industries, elections, and the transmission and exchange of resolutions and laws with other states. Incoming letters mostly are from national, state or local government officials. Outgoing letters include those to state and county officials, businessmen, surveyors, administrators and governors in other states, and federal officials (e.g. Presidents, congressmen, Army officers, Secretaries of War, State and Treasury; and the Commissioner of the General Land Office)