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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Albert B. Anderson correspondence

 Collection — Folder S2024
Identifier: S2024
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials regarding a trial in the courtroom of Judge Albert Anderson. Items include a letter from United States Attorney General George Wichersham to Anderson; an enclosed letter from William Putnam to George Wichersham; a letter to Judge Anderson from George Wichersham; a letter to Judge Anderson from Will Rogers, congratulating him on his work during the case; and a newspaper article about the trial. This collection also includes a letter written by Anderson to...

Charles A. Suffrins correspondence

 Collection — Folder S1273
Identifier: S1273
Scope and Contents Charles A. Suffrins wrote his memoirs in pencil on ten sheets of paper, which are difficult to read. However, much of the information is in the Indianapolis Sunday Star article dated April 26, 1931, entitled "Kaleidoscope of State History Found In Notes of Late Charles A. Suffrins." This article is the last item in the collection. Charles worked for the Indianapolis Journal, edited by Harry Stewart New (1858-1937), with whom he corresponded. Among the letters are ones by two presidents....

Richard Lieber papers

 Collection
Identifier: L091
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence; financial documents; photographs; and drawings; brochures; social invitations; naturalization papers; outlines of right and left foot; from many persons and governmental units in the United States and Germany, in English and German, ranging from 1892-1958 regarding Abraham and Nancy Hanks Lincoln; monuments; family matters; National Park Service; Indiana State Parks; Thomas Hart Benton; Civilian Conservation Corps; Indiana World's Fair Commission and...