Scope and Contents
This collection includes notes, letters, receipts, and political statements from 1904-1906 which belonged to George S. Parker, the Clerk of the Madison County Circuit Court in Anderson, Indiana. His name is first on a long list of Republican men who support Morey M. Dunlap in the primary election in 1904. Some letters refer to appeals or other legal matters. A $5.00 receipt in 1906 shows that Mr. Parker was a member of The Columbia Club in Indianapolis. He owned shares in The Hoosier Boy Gold Mining Company, which held its 1906 annual meeting in Spokane, Washington. G. E. Gauss sent Mr. Parker a letter on June 12, 1906, advertising his catarrh elixir and balm. On June 13, 1906, the War Department wrote to Honorable George W. Cromer, U.S. House of Representatives, informing him that his "personal set of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies be sent to Hon. George S. Parker, Anderson, Indiana" as requested in Mr. Cromer's letter. There are a number of letters from George Cromer to George Parker.
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This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Legal title, copyright, and literary rights reside with Rare Books and Manuscripts, Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, IN. All requests to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted to Rare Books and Manuscripts.
George S. Parker was born around 1867 in Indiana. In 1910, he was living in Vincennes, Indiana and was married to Hattie Parker. Parker was the Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court in Anderson, Indiana, during the years of this correspondence, 1904-1906. In 1923, Parker was a Clerk in Muncie, Indiana.
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