Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: SP096
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs of the Tulley family in Edinburgh, Indiana and Independence, Winfield, and Arkansas City, Kansas ranging from circa 1880 to circa 1910 depicting members of the family, including Mark Tulley, Kansas state treasurer (1906-1912).
Dates: circa 1880-circa 1910
Collection — Folder: SP135
Scope and Contents This collection includes three black-and-white photographic prints of Radical Republican members of the U.S. Joint Committee on the Conduct of War during or after the U.S. Civil War, circa 1861-1865. The photographs are copies from the Brady Collection at the National Archives. There is also a photograph of Liberal Republican Carl Schurz.
Dates: circa 1861-1865, undated
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes four letters written by Wendell Willkie (1936-1943); an early draft of a biography by Will Hays titled “Wendell L. Willkie: A Great Liberal” (May 1940); a typewritten copy of “Gentleman From Indiana,” an essay by Janet Flanner that was published in Harper’s Bazaar (September 15, 1940); other documents related to his 1940 presidential campaign; rough drafts of editorials following Willkie’s death (October 1944); carbon copies of letters...
Scope and Contents The collection includes Will H. Hays' correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, notebooks and photographs, principally from the period of 1914-1954. His political papers include correspondence and other papers regarding his work as Indiana and National Republican Party Chairman; his work with the State Council of Defense during World War I; his efforts to unite the liberal and conservative wings of the Republican Party for the 1920 election, including his correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt on...
Scope and Contents The collection includes William Dudley Foulke's correspondence relating to civil service reform, the women's rights movement, Indiana and national Republican Party politics, the Progressive Party in 1912 and 1916, American involvement in the Philippine Islands, and his work on behalf of American preparedness in World War I, and on behalf of the World Court, the League to Enforce Peace, and the League of Nations; copies of his extensive correspondence with Theodore Roosevelt regarding civil...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, papers, publications from William H. Hudnut III while he was in Washington D.C. ranging from 1972 to 1974 regarding his work as a member of the House of Representatives.Series 1 consists of correspondence and general papers related to his professional work and is further broken down into three subseries. Subseries 1.1 contains correspondence, publications, reports, and other papers relating to Hudnut's work in the House of...
Scope and Contents The collection includes indentures, mortgages, abstracts of titles, and other legal documents from William Henry Harrison Miller regarding his property ownership in Indianapolis (1874-1906) as well as correspondence, reports, and financial papers regarding the construction and maintenance of said properties; letters of condolence to his wife and children at his death; several of Miller’s speeches; and a report to the U.S. Circuit Court on the case of James R. Jessup vs. the Wabash, St. Louis...
Collection — Folder: S1465
Scope and Contents This collection includes 23 letters from Williamson Wright in Logansport and Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1837 to 1865, including business correspondence from Wright's legal business, concerning his cases on Indian claims, roads, railroads, canals and canal lands; political correspondence regarding issues before the Indiana General Assembly, as well as Whig and Republican Party politics; and correspondence about his involvement with railroad companies.
Collection — Folder: S2031
Scope and Contents This collection contains a Republican ticket from Kansas for the 1888 election, a commission report on the Indiana Reformatory from 1921, and correspondence related to the report and the Indiana Reformatory created by Warren T. McCray in Indianapolis in 1921.
Dates: 1888, 1921