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Wisconsin Historical Society

816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Description:

The Archives division collects, preserves and makes available materials about the history of Wisconsin, the United States and North America.

Categories: Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Harrison, John Tyler, Andrew Johnson,

Collections:
John Tyler, Invitation to inaugural ball, 4 March 1841
William John Anderson Papers, 1876-1929
Schuyler Colfax to Unidentified, 1868
Henry Allen Cooper Papers, 1801-1934
James R. Doolittle Papers, 1831-1932.
John M. Whitehead Papers, 1898-1925
William Henry Harrison correspondence, 1823, 1840
John Russell Young letter, 1879
Sir Horace Curzon Plunkett Correspondence [microform], 1908-1919
Draper manuscripts: William Henry Harrison papers, 1811-1833
Stephen Bolles Papers, 1920-1941
W.D. Hoard Papers, 1880-1918.
William Henry Harrison. Scrapbook 1840. Compiled by Samuel G. Drake, 1840
Bruce Barton Papers, 1881-1967
Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge Papers, 1812-1860.
William F. Vilas Papers, 1827-1961
John Tyler to Mr. Spencer, 1843
Isaac Stephenson Letters, 1898-1918

Note that this is an incomplete collections list. Please contact the organization directly for the most current information about their holdings.


John Tyler, Invitation to inaugural ball, 4 March 1841

0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Invitation to Mrs. H. Fowler to attend the inaugural ball, March 4, 1841, for John Tyler.
 

http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145786269

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1 item

Presidential content includes:

- John Tyler

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William John Anderson Papers, 1876-1929

Anderson, W. J. (William John), 1855-1928. Papers of W. J. Anderson, a newspaperman in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, private secretary to Republican Governors Upham and Schofield, appointee to the Wisconsin Tax Commission and Railroad Commission, and editor of the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison; consisting of correspondence, articles and speeches, and a scrapbook of clippings by and about him. The correspondence primarily concerns political matters and includes exchanges with John M. Whitehead and President William Howard Taft. The articles and speeches concern Anderson's journalism, political, and civic interests.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145789626

Size
.4 cubic ft

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

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Schuyler Colfax to Unidentified, 1868

0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Letter to "My dear Sir" from Speaker of the House Schuyler Colfax giving advice on when to notify the House of Representatives of developments in the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson.
http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145788209

Size
1 item

Presidential content includes:

- Andrew Johnson

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Henry Allen Cooper Papers, 1801-1934

Cooper, Henry Allen, 1850-1931. Correspondence and speeches of Henry Allen Cooper, mainly in conjunction with his service as a Wisconsin Congressman, 1892-1919, 1921-1931. Much of the correspondence concerns Cooper's work as chairman of the House Committee on Insular Affairs, 1899-1908, and it includes a lengthy exchange with William H. Taft on Philippine affairs. A large portion of the collection consists of letters from constituents, 1914-1917, regarding Cooper's opposition to the armed ship bill, the declaration of war, and the conscription bill of those years. The rest of the correspondence deals largely with the organization of the Republican Party, both state and national. Among Cooper's correspondents were William J. Bryan, Herbert Hoover, Robert M. La Follette, Sr. and other members of the La Follette family, Theodore Roosevelt, and Elihu Root. A few speeches by Cooper, a diary of his tour of the Far East in 1905 as a member of Secretary of War Taft's party, memoranda books, and a diary kept by his grandfather, Joel Cooper, in Rochester, Vermont from 1801 to 1869 are also included.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145786075

Size
1.6 cubic ft

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

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James R. Doolittle Papers, 1831-1932.

3.8 c.f. (9 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Papers of James R. Doolittle, a United States senator from Wisconsin, 1857-1869, a Republican in those years but a Democrat before and after, and a supporter of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. The correspondence before the Civil War touches upon Doolittle's political activities in New York State, family affairs in Racine, Wis., and various aspects of the slavery controversy and the election of 1860. During the war, there are requests for the use of his influence in securing political appointments, letters from his sons in the army, and letters from the Racine postmaster, John Tapley, reporting on Wisconsin affairs. Other letters concern dishonesty in the transport system, political campaigns, colonization plans for former slaves, the bank bill of 1864, and Lincoln's policy towards Jefferson Davis and Reconstruction, on Doolittle's trip through the South in 1866, on the relations between President Johnson and Congress, and on a proposed purchase of the Virgin Islands.
The papers for the years after Doolittle's retirement from the Senate are few, and relate to national Democratic election campaigns, resumption, recollections of the 1865 congressional investigation of conditions among the Cheyenne Indians, Doolittle's interest in a diplomatic appointment by Grover Cleveland, charges against Doolittle in 1885 by the New York Times of dishonest wartime dealing in cotton, the Illinois-Michigan Canal, the estate of son-in-law E.H. Pease, private legal cases, and the money question in 1896. There are speeches on many subjects, diaries containing notes on legal cases, and legal memorandum books and scrapbooks. Transcriptions and lists of Doolittle material in other institutions are also in the collection.
Register.

http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145781221
 

Size
3.8 cubic feet

Presidential content includes:

- Andrew Johnson

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John M. Whitehead Papers, 1898-1925

Whitehead, John M., 1852-1924. The papers of Whitehead, a lawyer and Wisconsin state senator from Janesville, consisting of correspondence, clippings, speeches, and other items. A large portion of the correspondence deals with state politics and provides a view of the Stalwart Republican opposition to Robert La Follette. There is also a good deal of material on the Congregational Church (primarily in Chicago and Ravenswood, Ill.), the Wisconsin State Bar Association, Perry's Victory Memorial Commission, and the League to Enforce Peace. Included are two letters from William Howard Taft and one from John D. Rockefeller.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/122456548

Size
1.6 cubic ft

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

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William Henry Harrison correspondence, 1823, 1840

Contains 1 typescript copy of a letter from Harrison and 4 manuscript letters to Harrison.

Letter from W.H. Harrison, North Bend, Ohio, to General Thomas Flournoy, Columbus, Ohio : typescript copy. Asks him to copy that part of the index to Niles' Register which relates to his name and exploits, and to send it to his son, William at Cincinnati; says that this will aid his biographer Moses Dawson, editor of the Cincinnati Gazette.


Letter from William H. Price, Richmond, Virginia, to William Henry Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio : autograph manuscript signed. Asks his stand on abolition and if he ever has been a Federalist, these questions being discussed by Richmond newspapers.


Letter from Jesse D. Ward, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, to W.H. Harrison, Cincinnati, Ohio : autograph manuscript signed. Asks his opinion on abolition, on whether or not Congress has power to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia, on the right of the state citizens to petition its abolition there, and on whether or not slavery should be discussed in the north.


Letter from William Key Bond, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., to General Wm. H. Harrison, Cincinnati, Ohio : autograph manuscript signed. Has received Harrison's letter and has delivered the enclosure to Mr. Merrick; has written to the secretary of war, asking for copies of Harrison's correspondence which he will send to him; recalls Harrison's last letter, which said that certain of these letters were being used to repel attacks made by [John?] Armstrong.


Letter from James H. Lynch, Richmond, Virginia, to General Wm. H. Harrison, North Bend, Ohio : autograph manuscript signed. Asking for Harrison's side ". . . on and affair between you and Genl Winchester which happened at the River of Raisins."

 

OCLC Permalink http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/748585327

Size
5 items

Presidential content includes:

- William Harrison

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John Russell Young letter, 1879

0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Letter by writer John Russell Young of New York to Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant, pertaining to President Grant's third term attempts, accompanied by related newspaper clippings with notations.
http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145788264

Size
1 item

Presidential content includes:

- Ulysses S. Grant

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Sir Horace Curzon Plunkett Correspondence [microform], 1908-1919

Plunkett, Horace Curzon, Sir, 1854-1932. Correspondence, 1908-1918, between the Irish agricultural cooperative leader and American conservationist Gifford Pinchot; discussing national politics in Ireland and the United States, and plans for an American agricultural organization, a cooperative business and social organization of farmers. Correspondence, 1911-1919, with Charles McCarthy, Wisconsin legislative reference librarian, discusses the same topics. The Pinchot correspondence covers Pinchot's last years as head of the United States Forest Service and includes a discussion of the changes in forestry on Indian reservations; Pinchot's disagreement with Richard Ballinger, Department of Interior, concerning water power monopolies and water rights; his subsequent dismissal by the Taft administration; his role in the Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson administrations; his private work for the agricultural cooperative movement; his campaign against Boies Penrose for a Senate seat in the 1914 Pennsylvania election; and his support for United States entry into World War I. This collection is available only on microfilm.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/122449770

Size
1 reel

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

- Theodore Roosevelt

- Woodrow Wilson

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Draper manuscripts: William Henry Harrison papers, 1811-1833

Forms part of the Lyman Copeland Draper Manuscripts. The Draper Manuscripts consist of fifty collections, sometimes referred to as fifty "series," under the one overarching title. See the Draper Manuscripts Overview on the Wisconsin Historical Society website, and the "Guide to the Draper Manuscripts" by Josephine Harper (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1983) for further information.

 

Papers concerning William Henry Harrison's service in the War of 1812, including copies of his reports to the secretary of war (1811-1813); original correspondence of Harrison (1812-1817) and others; Harrison's 1840 manuscript defending his conduct of the 1813 Thames campaign; engravings and drawings of Harrison; and a map of the Tippecanoe battleground. Harrison was governor of Indiana Territory (1800-1812), commander of the Army of the Northwest in the War of 1812, and much later president of the United States (1841).

 

[From the finding aid] Series: 5 X (Volume 5)
Scope and Content Note: Original manuscripts, 1812-1840, but chiefly correspondence of Harrison, 1812-1817, concerning his participation in the War of 1812. In addition to Harrison himself, writers of letters include A. Beatty, Willie Blount, Green Clay, Joseph Desha, Ninian Edwards, Jno. (Jonathan?) Fisk, Edmund P. Gaines, Martin D. Hardin, Joseph H. Hawkins, Tobias Lear, Duncan McArthur, John McLean, James Miller, James Morrison, Jeremiah Morrow, James Renick, John Rhea, Isaac Shelby, Charles S. Todd, and William Woodbridge. Also found are a few later papers, most notably Harrison's manuscript defending his conduct of the Thames campaign in 1813, which he wrote in 1840 for Benjamin Drake. Draper also included a few additional engraved portraits of Harrison and several newspaper clippings about his military campaigns.

 

This collection is also available as a microfilm publication.

Originals of Harrison's War Department reports are in the National Archives, Washington, D.C.

 

OCLC Permalink http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/173701722

Size
0.5 c.f. (5 volumes)

Presidential content includes:

- William Harrison

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Stephen Bolles Papers, 1920-1941

Bolles, Stephen, 1866-1941. Papers of an editor of the Janesville (Wis.) Gazette, who served in Congress, 1939-1941. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, articles, addresses, congressional voting records, clippings, and scrapbooks pertaining to his term in Congress. For the most part, the correspondence is either of a congratulatory nature or deals with Bolles' isolationist views and his opposition to the Burke-Wadsworth Conscription Bill (1940). Four of the scrapbooks pertain to his career as editor of the Gazette and as a Wisconsin politician. Although chiefly composed of clippings, these scrapbooks contain letters from William E. Borah, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Robert M. La Follette, Jr., David Lawrence, John J. Pershing, Franklin D. Roosevelt, William Allen White, and Alexander Wiley.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/122415662

Size
1.8 cubic feet

Presidential content includes:

- Calvin Coolidge

- Herbert Hoover

- Franklin D. Roosevelt

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W.D. Hoard Papers, 1880-1918.

Hoard, W. D. (William Dempster), 1836-1918. Papers of W. D. Hoard, a Wisconsin governor (1888-1890), scientific dairyman, publisher of the "Jefferson County Union" and "Hoard's Dairyman," officer in the Wisconsin Grand Army of the Republic, and member of the Wisconsin Board of Managers of the St. Louis World's Fair (1903-1905), and of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents (1907-1911), including correspondence and letterpress books documenting his business, political, civic, agricultural, and personal concerns; a brief diary, 1888; financial records; and writings and speeches. Materials include information on events of Hoard's governorship (including reaction to the controversial Bennett Law requiring attendance at schools teaching in English), extensive information on his publishing work, and information on development of the dairy industry.

Prominent correspondents include agriculturalists Henry C. Adams, Henry B. Gurler, William A. Henry, and Edward B. Voorhees; educators Richard T. Ely, James H. Stout, Reuben G. Thwaites, Charles R. Van Hise, and Booker T. Washington; and political figures James O. Davidson, Marcus Hanna, Elisha W. Keyes, Belle Case La Follette, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., Joseph V. Quarles, John C. Spooner, Isaac Stephenson, and William Howard Taft. Also includes private and business correspondence of his son Halbert L. Hoard, 1891-1908. The photographs in PH 358 include images of members of the Hoard family and an image of Arthur Hoard and others climbing Mount Rainier in 1926. Those in PH 366 include images of the Hoard children, Harriet, Anna Agnes, and Shirley, 1895-1901, and images of Agnes' grave after her death at age 15.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/173701595

Size
30.4 cubic ft

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

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William Henry Harrison. Scrapbook 1840. Compiled by Samuel G. Drake, 1840

A scrapbook containing clippings regarding the Presidential campaign of William Henry Harrison, 1840.

OCLC Permalink http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/44449973

Size
1 v. : ill. ; 12 cm.

Presidential content includes:

- William Harrison

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Bruce Barton Papers, 1881-1967

Barton, Bruce, 1886-1967. Papers of Bruce Barton, an author, politician, and chairman of the board of the advertising agency Batten, Barton, Durstine, and Osborn. Voluminous correspondence, which divides into general, client, and literary categories, reflects Barton's wide-ranging interests in politics, religion, advertising, business, literature, and philanthropy. As an indication of the scope of his political correspondence, there are letters from every President and every Republican Presidential candidate of the mid-twentieth century. Of special interest are the files for Calvin Coolidge, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, and Wendell L. Willkie. There is, however, little material pertaining to Barton's own congressional career.

Correspondence relating to advertising may be found chiefly in client files. Although he seldom took an active part in an advertising campaign during the period best represented in the papers (1947-1957), there are informative files on the American Tobacco Co., Du Pont, General Electric, General Mills, New York Telephone, United Fruit, and United States Steel. Literary correspondence includes exchanges with editors and publishers as well as with the readers of his many articles, editorials, and books.
Prominent correspondents include Bernard Baruch, Charles A. Beard, William Benton, H. Styles Bridges, Herbert Brownell, Norman Cousins, Cecil B. DeMille, Allen W. Dulles, John Foster Dulles, Ralph E. Flanders, Harry Emerson Fosdick, Barry Goldwater, Charles A. Halleck, Carl T. Hayden, Will H. Hayes, Christian A. Herter, Jr., Roy W. Howard, William E. Jenner, Hans V. Kaltenborn, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Charles F. Kettering, Alfred M. Landon, Jesse Lasky, John V. Lindsay, Walter Lippmann, Clare Booth and Henry R. Luce, Joseph W. Martin, Jr., H. L. Mencken, Raymond Moley, Wayne L. Morse, Richard M. Nixon, Arthur W. Page, Norman Vincent Peale, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dean Rusk, Eric Sevareid, Upton Sinclair, George E. Sokolsky, Harold E. Stassen, Robert A. Taft, Arthur H. Vandenburg, Henry A. Wallace, Walter Wanger, Earl Warren, Woodrow Wilson, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
The papers contain a nearly-complete set of Barton's political and religious articles and addresses, either as drafts or in printed form. In terms of bulk, writings for Advertising and Selling, American Magazine, Collier's, Good Housekeeping, King Features Syndicate, Look, McClure Newspaper Service, Metropolitan Newspaper Service, New York American, New York Herald-Tribune, Printers' Ink, Reader's Digest, Redbook, and Woman's Home Companion are especially well represented. Of his books, the papers contain only a few notes and sketchy drafts, although there are extensive files on two unpublished works. Also included are manuscripts for a play and several motion pictures, none of which were produced; speeches; and miscellaneous notes.
Also part of the collection are the papers of Barton's father, William E. Barton, a Lincoln authority; writings by his daughter, Betsey Barton; recordings; several diaries; photographs; and miscellaneous promotional material.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/173692419

Size
63.4 cubic feet

Presidential content includes:

- Calvin Coolidge

- Dwight D. Eisenhower

- Herbert Hoover

- John F. Kennedy

- Richard Nixon

- Franklin D. Roosevelt

- Woodrow Wilson

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Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge Papers, 1812-1860.

1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and.
4 reels of microfilm (35mm); plus.
additions of 0.4 c.f.
Another copy of the 3 reels of microfilm in Micro 499 is held by the Historical Society Library and is cataloged in MadCat.
Papers of a U.S. Senator from New York and Territorial Governor of Wisconsin; including political and family correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, and reference materials on foreign relations and on banking and finance. Most of the letters were written to Tallmadge during his terms in the Senate and concern political matters such as his support of the United States Bank in opposition to Andrew Jackson and the enforcement of claims against France, 1834-1835. Numerous New York, Wisconsin, and national political leaders are represented in the correspondence. From 1841 to Tallmadge's appointment as Territorial Governor in 1844 there are letters from James D. Doty concerning land speculations, patronage, and politics.
The processed portion of this collection is summarized above and described in the container list and published guide. There are additional accessions which are described below.
The processed portion of this collection is also available on microfilm.
Family correspondence which is on the reel designated Micro 7 is available only on microfilm.
Container list; and the published "The Papers of Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, Guide to a Microfilm Edition" by Carolyn J. Mattern (Madison : State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1973). This guide to the microfilm edition comprising Micro 499 includes a summary of each letter in the collection.

RE: Jackson

Jackson, Andrew February 23, 1832 - Comments to New York group on Van Buren's appointment as minister to England.
December 20, 1836 - Order convening the Senate.
January 4, 1837 - Facsimile of response to Philadelphia group.

 

RE: Van Buren

Van Buren, Martin March 14, 1832 - Reply to message from New York legislators.
February 18, 1833 - Invitation for a trip.
February 19, 1833 - Notice that Senate will not meet as prearranged.
November 16, 1833 - Comments about Tallmadge's arrival in Washington.
November 19, 1833 - Mention of Tallmadge's Senate seat.
November 16, 1834 - Congratulations on Tallmadge's stand on undisclosed matter.
November 22, 1835 - Suggestion that the Senate is prepared to adopt Tallmadge's report on undisclosed matter.
February 14, 1837 - Comments on the situation with Mexico.
January 6, 1841 - Message convening Congress.

 

RE: Tyler

Tyler, John August 13, 1841 - Draft of letter on bank bill.
September 7, 1841 - Letter urging acceptance of several measures.
August 7, 1842 - Opinion of tariff bill.
February 14, 1843 - Covering letter for Wisconsin petition.

 

RE: Harrison

Harrison, William H. February 22, 1840 - Thanks for Tallmadge's support in New York.
November 15, 1840 - Complaint that he will be too busy before the election to maintain his correspondence.
December 11, 1840 - Promise that he will do nothing about New York appointments until he sees Tallmadge.

 

Finding aid http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/cgi/f/findaid/findaid-idx?c=wiarchives;cc=wiarchives;view=text;rgn=main;didno=uw-whs-wis000at

OCLC Permalink http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/122434827
 

Size
1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and. 4 reels of microfilm (35mm); plus.

Presidential content includes:

- William Harrison

- Martin Van Buren

- Andrew Jackson

- John Tyler

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William F. Vilas Papers, 1827-1961

Vilas, William F. (William Freeman), 1840-1908. Papers, 1827-1961, of William Freeman Vilas, a cabinet officer during the first administration of President Grover Cleveland (1885-1889), and Democratic senator from Wisconsin (1891-1897), together with papers of his father, Levi B. Vilas (1811-1879), and his daughter, Mary Esther Vilas Hanks (1873-1959). The bulk of the collection relates to state and national politics and consists of correspondence, legal papers and cabinet papers. The correspondence pertains to routine administrative and political matters and policy level contacts with the President and his advisers; several congressional leaders such as James B. Beck, James H. Blount, Francis M. Cockrell, and Samuel J. Randall; and several Wisconsin politicians such as Wendell A. Anderson, Edward S. Bragg, Edwin E. Bryant, Lucius W. Nieman, George H. Paul, David S. Rose, John C. Spooner, Breese J. Stevens, Ellis B. Usher, and Edward C. Wall. National topics of interest include the payment of fees by H.K. Thurber of the United States and Brazil Mail Steamship Company, speculation in agricultural commodities, a railroad bridge between Wisconsin and Minnesota, controversies before the General Land Office, and the gold standard. Other noted correspondents include James B. Angell and Frank A. Flower (about the Deep Waterways Commission), Wade Hampton (about the Farmers' Alliance), and David A. Wells (on Connecticut politics and economics); as well as William H. Barnum, Thomas F. Bayard, William T. Sherman, and John C. Spooner. Documented Wisconsin issues include the Bennett Law, the State Treasurer cases, the University of Wisconsin, a new building for the State Historical Society, and the Wisconsin memorial at Vicksburg. Few papers concern his service during the Civil War. Papers concerning personal investments are scattered throughout, but are most extensive after 1890. They include exchanges with John H. Knight, his partner in the Superior Lumber Company; Thomas E. Nash, his partner in the Nekoosa-Edwards Papers Company; and officers of the Northern Electric Manufacturing Company and the Wisconsin Central Railroad. Other papers concern development of a cranberry marsh in Babcock, Wisconsin, the Cornelia Vilas Memorial Guild Hall of the Grace Episcopal Church in Madison, the Madison Hotel Company, and formation of the Madison Gas and Electric Company. The Legal Papers pertain to Vilas' career primarily from the latter part of his life, and include correspondence and court records for his clients and for cases in which he or a member of his family was involved. The Cabinet Papers consist of private letterbooks and files relating to the Post Office Department and the Interior Department. The General Papers and the Family Papers are more personal and consist of family correspondence; a diary of a Lake Superior trip in August, 1873; compositions and orations prepared by Vilas while a student at the University of Wisconsin; and Henry Vilas' Civil War letters as a member of the 23rd Wisconsin Infantry. Later correspondence concerns the family of Mary Esther Vilas Hanks. Many of the Grover Cleveland letters are published in Letters of Grover Cleveland (Boston, 1933), edited by Allan Nevins.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/297174946

Size
27.4 cubic feet

Presidential content includes:

- Grover Cleveland

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John Tyler to Mr. Spencer, 1843

0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Handwritten letter from Tyler to "Mr. Spencer," referring to the appointment of an Army officer.
 

http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145786296

Size
1 item

Presidential content includes:

- John Tyler

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Isaac Stephenson Letters, 1898-1918

Stephenson, Isaac, 1829-1918. Letters to Senator Isaac Stephenson of Wisconsin, chiefly from national political figures and relating to appointments, politics, and personal matters; and an eight-page letter, March 14, 1912, from President William H. Taft concerning Nicaraguan reconstruction.

 

https://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/collection/data/145789805

Size
1 folder

Presidential content includes:

- William Taft

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