Harry H. Bandholtz Papers (Microform) , ca. 1890-ca. 1937 1899-1925

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Harry H. Bandholtz Papers (Microform), ca. 1890-ca. 1937, 1899-1925

Harry H. Bandholtz Papers (Microform) , ca. 1890-ca. 1937 1899-1925

Career military officer, served in the Philippines ca. 1900-1913, chief of the Philippine Constabulary, 1907-1913; papers include correspondence, constabulary reports, diaries, topical files, visual materials, and scrapbooks.

12 microfilm rolls, 1 map, and 2 oversize folders, and 10 folders of unfilmed material

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