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Brown, Demarchus Clariton, 1857-1926


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Catherine Beveridge correspondence

 Collection — Folder: S1132
Identifier: S1132
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters from Catherine Beveridge in Indianapolis, Indiana and Beverly Farms from Massachusetts, ranging from 1931 February 3 to September 18 regarding her husband Albert's writings, papers, and the Indiana State Library director, Demarchus Brown, and pleasure at the building of a state library.
Dates: 1931/02/03-1932/09/18

C.L. Goodwin letter

 Collection — Folder: S2176
Identifier: S2176
Scope and Contents This collection includes a November 10, 1913 letter written by C.L. (Clarence LaRue) Goodwin on Indiana Veneer and Lumber Company letterhead and sent to "Prof. Brown." The letter consists of two handwritten sentences, Goodwin's signature, and an attached clipping of "How Simon Cameron Tossed Aside a Paper Signed by 'A. Lincoln," a November 6, 1913 article written by E.J. Edwards and printed in the Pittsburgh Gazette Times. Goodwin mentions in...
Dates: 1913/11

Grover Cleveland letter

 Collection — Folder: S266
Identifier: S0266
Scope and Contents This collection includes one typed letter with signature in ink by Grover Cleveland. It is marked "Personal" and dated October 24, 1892. The address of President Cleveland is given as: 12 West 51st Street, New York City. The letter reads: "Albert Thayer, Esq., Indianapolis, Ind. My dear sir: I have never made it a practice to attempt to stay the tide of abuse and misrepresentation which has been started for partizan [sic] purposes regarding my relations to the war of the Rebellion. I have no...
Dates: 1892