Hanna-McCormick Family Papers 1792-1985 (bulk 1902-1944)

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Hanna-McCormick Family Papers, 1792-1985, (bulk 1902-1944)

Hanna-McCormick Family Papers 1792-1985 (bulk 1902-1944)

Correspondence, diary and notebook fragments, speeches, financial records, scrapbooks, printed matter, and other papers focusing chiefly on the political activities of Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms. Also includes correspondence of Marcus Alonzo Hanna relating to Ohio and national politics and also to his personal and business affairs. Other papers concern the and its publishers, Joseph Medill and Robert Rutherford McCormick, grandfather and brother of Medill McCormick. Chicago Tribune

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Foraker, Joseph Benson, 1846-1917

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Ohio lawyer and jurist; Ohio governor, 1886-1890; U.S. senator, 1896-1908; brevet captain, 89th Ohio Infantry, Company A, during Civil War. From the description of Letter : Cincinnati, [Ohio], to B[enjamin] H[enry] Grierson, Whipple Barracks, A.T., 1885 Nov. 4. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 30607647 Joseph Benson Foraker served as both governor of and U.S. senator for the state of Ohio. Archibald Gracie was the author of a Civil War history enti...

Medill, Joseph, 1823-1899

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Biographical Note Marcus Alonzo Hanna 1837, Sept. 24 Born, New Lisbon, Ohio 1852 Moved to Cleveland, Ohio 1864 Served in United States Army Married Charlotte Augusta Rhodes...

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Epithet: Churchwarden of Holme-on-Spalding-Moor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x0001dc On June 2, 1858 the first annual Old Settlers Celebration was held in Burlington, Iowa. Speeches, prayers and toasts were offered by prominent citizens of Des Moines County. The second toast of the day was made on behalf of "Old Des Moines, The Mother of Counties -- She welcomes to her maternal board the representati...

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Morrow, James B. (James Binkley), 1855-1924

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Brundage, Edward Jackson, 1869-1934

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United States. Congress

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