John Appleton Stewart correspondence ca. 1902-ca. 1932

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John Appleton Stewart correspondence, ca. 1902-ca. 1932

John Appleton Stewart correspondence ca. 1902-ca. 1932

John Appleton Stewart (1865-1928) was an American manufacturer and promoter. In addition to his business activities as director of various manuufacturing companies, he was well-known for his promotion of patriotic causes and his interest in U.S.-England good will. He founded with Joseph Butler the Sulgrave Institution, was president of the New York State League of Republican Clubs, and was a member or officer of numerous civic and political organizations. Collection consists of letters written to Stewart concerning his various civic and political interests. Particular focus is on his activities with the League of Republican Clubs, his promotion of the centenary of peace among English-speaking people and the bicentennial commemoration of George Washington's birthday.

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