Harry George Stutz papers, 1915-1954.

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Harry George Stutz papers, 1915-1954.

Harry George Stutz papers, 1915-1954.

Correspondence, awards and citations, photos of Stutz and other JOURNAL staff members, and newspaper clippings. Includes letters and telegrams from Frank E. Gannett praising Stutz' work and commenting on the 1920 election campaigns of Warren G. Harding, James Cox, and Alfred E. Smith, Gannett's own possible gubernatorial candidacy in New York State (1936), and other aspects of State, national, and world events; letters concerning JOURNAL editorial and articles and matters of local interest from Howard E. Babcock, Neal Dow Becker, Frank D. Boynton, Maurice C. Burritt, Anna Botsford Comstock, Hollis E. Dann, Edmund Ezra Day, Edward R. Eastman, Felix Frankfurter, Othon Guerlac, Robert J. Kane, Claude L. Kulp, Harry H. Love, Deane W. Malott, Veranus A. Moore, William I. Myers, Cuthbert Pound, Ruby Green Smith, James Sullivan, Frank Thilly, Robert E. Treman, Robert H. Treman, Hendrik Willem van Loon, and others; and letters from John Fr. Moakley and others concerning Stutz' selection as a member of the Gannett Foundation.

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