Charles W. Fairbanks collection
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Four letters from 1900 to 1904 were typed on United States Senate letterhead. They are to Senator Cushman K. Davis, Joseph Oliver, Albert A. Wilcox, and Julius Chambers. They are all social, not business, letters. He told Senator Davis: "Mrs. Fairbanks joins me in most cordial regards to Mrs. Davis and yourself."
The three letters on the Vice President’s letterhead are to: Joel Heatwole, Northfield, Minn. (Oct. 27, 1905); William A. Nash, New York City (Dec. 18, 1906); and Frederick Boyd Stevenson, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Feb. 5, 1907). They are messages to express kindness shown.
Four letters are on imprinted stationery "Charles W. Fairbanks, Indianapolis, Ind." They are dated 1915 to 1916 to: W.W. Leland Co., New York; W. C. Woodward, Director, Indiana Historical Commission; Josiah H. Bruton, Boston (handwritten) and William B. Howland, New York. The letter to Mr. Woodward states: "Your letter of the 18th instant with reference to securing the Indiana Panama-Pacific Exhibit for the Indiana State Exposition in connection with our State Centennial celebration next year, is received and will have my careful consideration."
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Bodenhamer, David J, Robert G. Barrows, and David G. Vanderstel. The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994., p. 558.
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- Charles W. Fairbanks collection
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