William Henry Harrison Miller collection
Scope and Contents
The 15 volumes (V101) consist of his ledger book recording his trustee accounts and Miller’s letter books, which contain his correspondence regarding his legal work, his work as U.S. Attorney General, and personal and financial matters, ranging from 1873 to 1911.
There is also an oversize folder of certificates ranging from 1889 to 1894 (OBC060).
Correspondents include Albert J. Beveridge, Oscar Bohlen, Mary Lord Harrison, and James E. Watson.
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Miller spent most of his legal career practicing in Fort Wayne, Indiana, (1866-1874), where he was the law partner of William H. Combs, and Indianapolis (1874-1889, 1893-1917). He was the law partner of Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis (1874-1889) and served in the Harrison administration as Attorney General of the United States (1889-1893). Miller died in Indianapolis on May 25, 1917.
U.S. Department of Justice. "Attorney General William Henry Harrison Miller." Accessed October 25, 2005. https://www.justice.gov/ag/bio/miller-william-henry-harrison.
0.65 Cubic Feet (1 manuscript box, 15 volumes, 1 oversized folder)
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