Ludlow mss. 1898-1948


Ludlow mss. 1898-1948

Consists of the papers of Louis Leon Ludlow, 1873-1950, journalist and congressman from Indiana.

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Clergyman and pacifist; died 1970. From the description of Frederick Joseph Libby papers, 1846-1973 (bulk 1890-1970). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70982364 Biographical Note 1874, Nov. 24 Born, Richmond, Maine 1894 Bachelor of arts, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine ...

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Oxnam, G. Bromley (Garfield Bromley), 1891-1963 (person)

Methodist clergyman and theologian. From the description of Papers of G. Bromley Oxnam, 1823-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79452145 Biographical Note 1891, Aug. 14 Born, Sonora, Calif. 1913 A.B., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif. ...

Ellis, Wade H. (Wade Hampton), 1864-1948 (person)

Oscar G. Foellinger (person)

Henry Carl Luckey (person)

W. Edward J. Gratz (person)

William Fortune (person)

Mitchell, John Fowler, 1886-1984 (person)

Remy, Charles F. (Charles Frederick), 1860-1948 (person)

Durbin, Winfield T. (Winfield Taylor), 1847-1928 (person)

Fred Nelson Cummings (person)

Ditter, J. William (John William), 1888-1943 (person)

Theodore Leo Moritz (person)

Darden, Colgate W. (Colgate Whitehead), 1930- (person)

Robertson, David Brown, 1876-1961 (person)

James Wolfenden (person)

Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman), 1875-1949 (person)

Ray Lyman Wilbur (1875-1949), physician and educator, served as the U.S. Secretary of the Interior from 1929 to 1933. From the description of Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman), 1875-1949 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582818 American educator; United States secretary of the interior, 1929-1933; president, Stanford University, 1916-1943. From the description of Ray Lyman Wilbur papers, 1906-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867219 ...

Cordell Hull (person)

Frank Earl Hering (person)

William Langer (person)

Swartz, Philip Allen (person)

Stuart, James Arthur, 1880-1975 (person)

Journalist, of Indianapolis, Ind. From the description of Papers, 1907-1965. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 28415959 From the description of Papers, 1907-1965. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 28419729 ...

William Harrison Hays (person)

James William Noel (person)

Edward White Patterson (person)

Edward Austin Kelly (person)

Miller, Frederick A., 1946- (person)

Riegel, O. W. (Oscar Wetherhold), 1902-1997 (person)

Stoner, John E. (John Edgar), 1902- (person)

Coffin, Charles Emmet, 1849-1934 (person)

Charles L. Coffin (person)

Calvin Coolidge (person)

Lewis, Lawrence (person)

Alfred Noroton Phillips (person)

Morgan, Arthur Ernest (person)

Turck, Charles Joseph, 1890-1989 (person)

Edison Marshall (person)

Sweeney, Zachary Taylor (person)

Emmanuel B. Ledvina (person)

Arthur R. Baxter (person)

Setzler, Frank M. (Frank Maryl), 1902-1975 (person)

American anthropologist and archaeologist who was deputy leader of the American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land March-November 1948. From the description of Papers of Frank Maryl Setzler [manuscript]. 1948-1973. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225826384 ...

Mary Ellis South (person)

Hope, Clifford R., 1893-1970 (person)

U.S. representative (Republican) from Kansas, 1927-1957; of Garden City. Full name: Clifford Ragsdale Hope. From the description of Papers, 1920-1970 (bulk 1927-1957). (Kansas State Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 261625392 ...

Wilson, John R. (John Robert), 1936- (person)

Michener, Earl Cory, 1876-1957 (person)

Earl Cory Michener was born November 30, 1876 in Seneca County, Ohio. He moved with his parents to Adrian, Michigan in 1889 which he made his residence for the rest of his life. He served in the Spanish-American War, 1898-1899, then studied law at the University of Michigan, 1901-1902. He graduated with a law degree in 1903 from Columbian University (now George Washington University). He practiced law in Lenawee County for the next two decades, then in 1918 was elected Republican member of the U...

Johnson, Fred Bates (person)

Wise, Stephen Samuel, 1874-1949 (person)

Stephen Samuel Wise was born in Budapest, Hungary, and came to the United States the following year. He graduated with honors from Columbia University and in 1893 he was ordained in Austria "The People's Rabbi," as Wise would later be known, developed his deep concern for the less fortunate at an early age. Wise fought for housing projects, the abolition of child labor, the improvement of working conditions, securing rights for female workers and equal rights for African Americans. He founded th...

Martin Fernard Smith (person)

Eli Lilly (person)

Arthur Byron Jenks (person)

Fletcher Douglas Parker (person)

Poling, Daniel A. (Daniel Alfred), 1884-1968 (person)

Sherman Minton (person)

Thomas William Nadal (person)

Nice, Harry W. (Harry Whinna), 1877-1941 (person)

Atkinson, Henry Avery, 1877- (person)

Epithet: Dr Sec The Church Peace Union New York British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000496.0x0001f7 ...

Beveridge, Albert J. (Albert Jeremiah), 1862-1927 (person)

Lawyer; Indiana senator, 1899-1911; historian and author; Abraham Lincoln biographer. From the description of Correspondence, 1924-1928. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 27159077 From the description of Letters: to Jesse W. Weik, 1924-1927. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 27159080 Beveridge was an Indianapolis, Ind. lawyer, politician, and historical writer. He was elected to the U.S. Senate for two terms, and a...

Schricker, Henry F. (Henry Fredrick), 1883-1966 (person)

Tobey, Charles W. (Charles William), 1880-1953 (person)

Lawrence Edward Carlson (person)

Theodore Christianson (person)

Baker, Newton Diehl (person)

click here to view the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History entry for Newton D. Baker Newton Diehl Baker (1871-1937), was born on December 3, 1871, in Martinsburg, West Virginia, the second of four sons of Newton Diehl and Mary Ann (Dukehart) Baker. Baker entered Johns Hopkins University in 1888 and graduated from there in 1892. That same year, Baker went to Washington and Lee University where he obtained a law degree in 1894. From 1894 to 1896 Baker practiced law in Marti...

Bigelow, Herbert S. (Herbert Seely), 1870- (person)

Robsion, John Marshall, 1873-1948 (person)

Ballou, Frank Washington, 1879-1955 (person)

Superintendent of schools in Washington, D.C. (1920-1943). From the description of Frank Ballou papers, 1927-1943. (Historical Society of Washington, Dc). WorldCat record id: 709581199 ...

George Nicholas Seger (person)

James Indus Farley (person)

Erica May Brooks (person)

Caleb W. O'Connor (person)

E. Kirk McKinney (person)

Greenwood, Arthur H. (Arthur Herbert), 1880-1963 (person)

Henry Ellenbogen (person)

Edward Howard Todd (person)

Coffee, Harry Buffington, 1890-1972 (person)

Harlan Luther Feeman (person)

Floyd Ivan McMurray (person)

Van Zandt, James E. (James Edward), 1898-1986 (person)

Eugene Burgess Crowe (person)

Reginald H. Sullivan (person)

Whitney S. K. Yeaple (person)

Robert Fleming Rich (person)

Gillie, George W. (person)

William Joseph Fitzgerald (person)

Henry Louis Mencken (person)

Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) was a famous American journalist, critic, and author. His most well-known work is "The American Language". He also founded the journal "The American Mercury", which went on to influence magazines such as "The New Yorker". He was a colorful, outgoing literary figure of his time, and is thought to have written over 100,000 letters over the course of his life. From the guide to the Henry Louis Mencken Letter (MS 116), April 1 [?], (University of Colorado ...

Brick, Abraham Lincoln, 1860-1908 (person)

Larrabee, William H. (William Henry), 1829-1913 (person)

Coughlin, Charles Edward, sac., 1895-1979 (person)

Nicholas Murray Butler (person)

John William Gwynne (person)

Paul Haynes Bowman (person)

Hemenway, James A. (James Alexander), 1860-1923 (person)

Willfred Otto Mauck (person)

Slade, William Adams, 1874-1950 (person)

Librarian. From the description of The torch race : typescript poem, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980978 ...

Thomas Brooks Fletcher (person)

Ralph L. Peters (person)

Joshua Bryan Lee (person)

Grayson, Cary T. (Cary Travers), 1878-1938 (person)

Hamilton Holt (person)

Peery, George C. (George Campbell), 1873-1952 (person)

Born in Cedar Bluff, Tazewell County, Virginia on 28 October 1873. Graduate of Emory and Henry College (1894); Washington and Lee University law school (1897); member of U.S. House of Representatives (1923-1929); governor of Virginia (1934-1938). Died in Richlands, Virginia on 14 October 1952. Buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Tazewell County, Virginia. From the description of Papers, 1899-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122465170 ...

Lubbers, Irwin J. (Irwin Jacob), 1895- (person)

Irwin J. Lubbers graduated from Hope College in 1917. After teaching at Vorhees College in Vellore, India (1919-1922), Lubbers returned to Hope College as a lecturer in English (1923-1929). Lubbers subsequently served Carrol College as assistant to the president (1930-1934) and Central College as President (1934-1945). In 1945 he accepted the presidency of Hope College, remaining in this capacity until his retirement in 1962. From the description of Papers, 1918-1970. (Joint Archive ...

Haff, Delbert James, 1859-1943 (person)

Resident of Kansas City, Missouri, and 1886 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. From the description of Delbert J. Haff papers, 1883-1885 and ca. 1940. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34420693 ...

Thomas Roerty Shipp (person)

McGroarty, John Steven (person)

Wolverton, Charles A. (Charles Anderson), 1880-1969 (person)

Gardner Robert Withrow (person)

Marshall, Thomas R. (Thomas Riley), 1854-1925 (person)

Thomas Riley Marshall (March 14, 1854 – June 1, 1925) was an American politician who served as the 28th vice president of the United States from 1913 to 1921 under President Woodrow Wilson. A prominent lawyer in Indiana, he became an active and well known member of the Democratic Party by stumping across the state for other candidates and organizing party rallies that later helped him win election as the 27th governor of Indiana. In office, he proposed controversial changes to the Constitution o...

Steele, George Washington, 1839-1922 (person)

Hubert Utterback (person)

Elias C. Swihart (person)

William Cullen Dennis (person)

Emmet O'Neal (person)

Edgar BlakeSchuyler Otis Bland (person)

Moore, R. Walton (Robert Walton), 1859-1941 (person)

Congressman from Virginia, 1919-1931, and member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Moore was Assistant Secretary of State, 1933-1937, and Counselor of the Dept. of State, 1937-1941. From the description of Papers, 1922-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155524243 ...

Walsh, David I. (David Ignatius), 1872-1947 (person)

Jerry J. O'Connell (person)

Avery Albert Shaw (person)

Albert Lieber (person)

James Andrew Shanley (person)

Mitchell, John Ridley, 1877-1962 (person)

Brunner, William F. (person)

John Callan O'Laughlin (person)

Marvel Mills Logan (person)

John Frederick Luecke (person)

Currick, Max C. (Max Cohen), 1877-1947 (person)

Oliver, James C. (James Churchill), 1895-1986 (person)

Barnhart, Hugh A. (Hugh Arthur), 1892-1986 (person)

Mrs. Nellie (Tayloe) Ross (person)

Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964 (person)

American clergyman and reformer. From the description of The voice of God is calling : autograph poem signed, 1930 Nov. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269557327 John Haynes Homes (1879-1964) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and raised near Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard College in 1902 and Harvard Divinity School in 1904. He received honorary doctorates from Benares Hindu University, Rollins College, and Meadville Theological School. He served as...

Chester Amos McPheeters (person)

Marott, George J. (George Joseph), 1858-1946 (person)

Mrs. Anna (Kelton) Wiley (person)

Hoover, J.Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972 (person)

Director of the FBI. From the description of Typed letter signed : Washington, D.C., to Arthur William Brown, 1941 Sept. 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269555861 John Edgar Hoover (1895-1972) served from 1924 to 1972 as the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). As its first director, Hoover molded the FBI into his image of a modern police force. He promoted scientific investigation of crime, the collection and analysis of fingerprints and the hiring and ...

Compton Ignatius White (person)

Jesse Overstreet (person)

Vincent Francis Harrington (person)

Merlin Hull (person)

Ludwig Ernest Fuerbrigner (person)

Colmer, William Meyers, 1890-1980 (person)

Mississippi congressman, 1933-1973; chairman of U.S. House of Representatives' Special Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning. From the description of Papers, 1933-1973. (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 45071729 ...

Ryan, John F. (John Francis), 1891-1970 (person)

Appleton, William S. (William Sumner), 1840-1903 (person)

Henry J. Derthick (person)

Healy, Thomas H. (Thomas Henry) (person)

Franck Roberts Havenner (person)

Robert Crosser (person)

Marvin Murphy (person)

Kent, Raymond Asa, 1883-1943 (person)

Frederick James Sisson (person)

Clark, D. Worth (David Worth), 1902-1955 (person)

U.S. Representative and Senator from Idaho. From the description of D. Worth Clark papers, 1935-1950 (Boise State University). WorldCat record id: 690055129 David Worth Clark, U.S. Representative and Senator from Idaho, was born on April 2, 1902, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the son of David Worth Clark, Sr., and his wife Nellie. Clark came from a family active in Democratic politics; two of his uncles, Barzilla Worth Clark and Chase A. Clark, served as Governors of I...

Buchanan, John J. (John Jenkins), 1855-1937 (person)

William Theodore Schulte (person)

Ryan, John A. (John Augustine), 1869-1945 (person)

John A. Ryan was raised in a large Irish Catholic family. He was the first of eleven children born to William and Maria (Luby) Ryan in Vermillion, Minnesota, about 20 miles south of St. Paul, on May 25, 1869. Both his father and mother had immigrated from Ireland. He worked on the family farm and participated fully in the devout religious life established by his parents. After graduating from Christian Brothers School in 1887, John entered St. Thomas College in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was the va...

Talcott Williams Powell (person)

Leroy J. Keach (person)

William Albert Ashbrook (person)

Joseph Broadman (person)

Edward Reilly Stettinius (person)

Clark, Bennett Champ, 1890-1954 (person)

U.S. Senator from Missouri. From the description of Letter from Bennett Champ Clark, U.S. Senator from Missouri, to J. Wilson McCutcheon [manuscript] 10 November 1941. 1941. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647960237 ...

John Gillis Townsend (person)

Samuel Chapman Massingale (person)

Benjamin Frnaklin Lawrence (person)

Vincent Wehrle (person)

William Emanuel Richardson (person)

Truman Hudson Alexander (person)

Little, Arthur W. (Arthur Wilde), 1856-1910 (person)

Sanders, Morgan Gurley, 1878-1956 (person)

John Napier Dyer (person)

James Noah Hillman (person)

Foley, Michael E. (person)

Guy Jacob Swope (person)

Harry Preston Wolfe (person)

McCormack, John William, 1887-1979 (person)

Adolph Joseph Sabath (person)

Hampton Pitts Fulmer (person)

Archibald Alexander Young (person)

Kerr Eby (person)

John Henry Hoeppel (person)

Bernard John Gehrmann (person)

Thomas, Elbert Duncan, 1883-1953 (person)

Elbert Duncan Thomas was born 17 June 1883. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1906 and then the University of California at Berkeley in 1924. He served in the Utah National Guard, was a professor of political science at the University of Utah from 1924 to 1933, and was elected to the United States Senate in 1932. He was reelected in 1938 and 1944, serving until 1950. He was involved with various committees and was appointed high commissioner of the United States trust territories of th...

Fred Atkins Moore (person)

Nye, Gerald Prentice, 1892-1971 (person)

Gerald Prentice Nye (1892-1971), newspaper editor and business management consultant, was a U.S. Senator from North Dakota from 1925 to 1945. From the description of Nye, Gerald Prentice, 1892-1971 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10581564 ...

Leland Merritt Ford (person)

Otto Edward Kriege (person)

Fred Herman Hildebrandt (person)

Charles Elmer Dietrich (person)

Alexander Wiley (person)

Louis McHenry How (person)

Bigelow, William F. (William Frederick), 1879-1966 (person)

Arthur Braden (person)

Ritchie, Albert C. (Albert Cabell), 1876-1936 (person)

Four-term governor of Maryland and lawyer. From the description of Papers of Albert Cabell Ritchie, 1903-1939. (University of Maryland Libraries). WorldCat record id: 19540649 Governor of Maryland. From the description of Typed letter signed : Annapolis, Md., to Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn, 1932 Jan. 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270858104 Albert Cabell Ritchie was born in Richmond, Virginia, on August 29, 1876. He received his B.A. from ...

John Gilbert McNutt (person)

Clyde Anderson Tolson (person)

Earle Martin (person)

Elliott, Edward C. (Edward Charles), 1874-1960 (person)

Edward Charles Elliott (1874-1960), educator and sixth president of Purdue University. From the description of Edward C. Elliott papers, 1890-1975, bulk 1940-1960. (Purdue University Library). WorldCat record id: 64588132 ...

Joseph Patrick Monaghan (person)

Robert Lincoln O'Brien (person)

Fackenthal, Frank Diehl, 1883-1968 (person)

University administrator. From the description of Reminiscences of Frank Diehl Fackenthal : oral history, 1956. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309733041 ...

Charles J. Colden (person)

Oswald Ryan (person)

Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1896-1946 (person)

Epithet: President Foreign Policy Association USA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000750.0x0000bd Educator, lecturer, and publicist; active in international affairs. From the description of Raymond Leslie Buell papers, 1915-1981 (bulk 1920-1946). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71014557 Biographical Note ...

Sirus Orestes Bond (person)

Welch, Richard Joseph, 1869-1949 (person)

Augustus Kiefer Mayer (person)

Connery, William Patrick, 1888-1937 (person)

U.S. representative, of Lynn, Mass.; b. William Patrick Connery, Jr. From the description of Papers, 1936-1965. (Lynn Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70940357 ...

Kelly, John Bailey, 1877- (person)

Binderup, Charles Gustav, 1873-1950 (person)

Bell, C. Jasper (Charles Jasper), 1885-1978 (person)

Civil War private, 81st Ohio Infantry. From the description of Letter : Chattahoochie River, G[eorgi]a, to Abe [Lincoln], 1864 July 16. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 27045523 ...

Kaufman, Edmund G. (Edmund George), 1891- (person)

Paul Bentley Kern (person)

Davis, James John (person)

Clyde Everett Wildman (person)

William Bernard Barry (person)

W. J. Greenwood (person)

Adolph Seidensticker (person)

Davis, Elmer H. (person)

Benjamin Jarrett (person)

Zona Gale (person)

Wilson, William Henry, 1935-.... (person)

James Hilary Gildea (person)

Sizoo, Joseph Richard, 1884-1966 (person)

Sizoo graduated from Hope College in 1907 and from New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1910. He was licensed and ordained a minister by the Reformed Church in America. After a year serving as a missionary to India, Sizoo held several pastorates. Sizoo was president of New Brunswick Theological Seminary (1947-1952) and a professor at George Washington University (1952-1966). From the description of Papers, 1937-1966. (Joint Archive of Holland, History Research Center). WorldCat reco...

Arthur William Aleshire (person)

Stephen Bolles (person)

Ransley, Harry Clay, 1863-1941 (person)

Kiplinger, Willard Monroe (person)

White, William Allen, 1868-1944 (person)

American journalist known as the "Sage of Emporia"; owner and editor of the "Emporia Gazette." From the description of Papers of William Allen White, 1890-1940 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647837106 Journalist. From the description of Letters, 1889-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122644557 Pulitzer Prize-winning Emporia, Kansas, newspaper editor and author. From the description of William Allen White letter...

Wheeler, Burton K. (Burton Kendall), 1882-1975 (person)

Burton Kendall Wheeler was born in Hudson, Mass., on 27 Feb. 1882 and moved to Montana shortly after his graduation from law school in 1905. He began his law career in Butte, serving as U.S. Attorney for Montana from 1913 to 1918 prior to his election to the U.S. Senate in 1922. In 1924 he ran unsuccessfully for vice-president on the Progressive Party presidential ticket. Wheeler is remembered as one of the most powerful senators in Washington, D.C., in the 1930s. Chairman of the Interstate Comm...

Ely, Robert Erskine, 1861- (person)

Epithet: director of the Civic Forum New York British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000974.0x00000a ...

Leonard Riggleman (person)

Marcellus Hugh Evan (person)

Horace Jerry Voorhis (person)

Raymond Clapper (person)

Boren, Lyle H. (Lyle Hagler), 1909-1992 (person)

Boren was a school teacher in Wolf, Oklahoma, when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. He represented Oklahoma's Fourth District from 1937 to 1946 and served on the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. He chaired the Subcommittee on Newsprint and Brand Names. He advocated labeling of consumer products in his book "Fables in Labels." After his congressional career, he returned to Oklahoma and became a rancher. From the description of Papers, 1885-1946, bulk 1933...

Charles Robert Sowder (person)

Robert Luce (person)

Harry Vance Holloway (person)

Benjamin Baker Boeur (person)

James Aloysius O'Leary (person)

Israel Goldstein (person)

Matthew Joseph Merritt (person)

Phillip Colgan Gerguson (person)

Frederick Lent (person)

Harry Turner Newcomb (person)

Philip Fox LaFollette (person)

Walter Clift Chandler (person)

James McAndrews (person)

Shastid, Thomas Hall, 1866-1947 (person)

Orien Wesley Fifer (person)

William Alexander Julian (person)

John Buell Snyder (person)

John Hessin Clarke (person)

Charles Noel Crosby (person)

Aime Joseph Forand (person)

Kennedy, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1915-1944 (person)

Joseph Patrick Kennedy Jr. (July 25, 1915 – August 12, 1944) was the eldest of the nine children born to Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. (1888–1969) and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy (1890–1995). A US Navy lieutenant, he was killed in action during World War II while serving as a land-based patrol bomber pilot, and posthumously awarded the Navy Cross. His father had aspirations for him to become US president. He was a delegate to the 1940 Democratic National Convention and planned to run for a seat in the US...

Harris, Julian LaRose, 1874-1963 (person)

Julian LaRose Harris, journalist and editor, son of author Joel Chandler Harris, was born in Savannah, Georgia, 21 June 1974, and died in Atlanta, Georgia, 9 February 1963. He married Julia Florida Collier (1875-1967), an artist and writer, in 1897 and they wrote for and edited several newspapers in the South and elsewhere. Julian Harris was associated with the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION (1892-1907 and 1930-1935) and the CHATTANOOGA TIMES; he edited the UNCLE REMUS HOME MAGAZINE (1907-1912) and the Co...

Allan Louis Benson (person)

Crawford, Fred L. (Fred Lewis), 1888-1957 (person)

Born Dublin, TX, 1888; accountant, 1914-17; built sugar beet mills, 1917-35; director of Michigan National Bank; director of Refiners Transport and Petroleum Corp. (Detroit); Republican Congressman, 1935-53; died 1957. From the description of Radio speech script, 1951. (Clarke Historical Library). WorldCat record id: 32058200 Saginaw, Michigan, sugar processor and Republican congressman. From the description of Fred L. Crawford papers, 1925-1953. (University of M...

Edward Keating (person)

Walter Hullihen (person)

George Ade (person)

Green, Robert Alexis, 1892-1973 (person)

Educator, lawyer, politician. Born in Lake Butler, Florida. Educated at the University of Florida and received his law degree from Yale University. Began law practice in Starke, Florida. Served as U.S. Representative from Florida (1925-1944). From the description of Robert Alexis "Lex" Green Papers, 1922-1945. (University of Florida). WorldCat record id: 27719238 Robert Alexis "Lex" Green was born near Lake Butler, Florida, on February 1...

Amlie, Thomas R., 1897-1973 (person)

Luther Harris (person)

Washington Strother Dearmont (person)

Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand), 1944-1993 (person)

Former city official. From the description of Reminiscences of Robert F. Wagner, Jr. : Oral history, 1992. 1994. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 269252420 ...

William Lincoln Higgins (person)

Clarence Cannon (person)

Ralph Owen Brewster (person)

R. C. Hutchinson (person)

Gerald John Boileau (person)

Albert Sahm (person)

Frank Allan White (person)

Hayes, L. Newton (person)

The son of American missionaries, Luther Newton Hayes was born on April 19, 1883, in Soochow, China. He received a B.S. from Wooster College in 1905 and an M.A. from Princeton University in 1907. For the next twenty-five years, Hayes worked in China, mostly with the YMCA, but also as an English tutor to the prime minister's grandson. After returning to the United States, Hayes worked at various universities as an administrator and at a museum in Plattsburgh, New York, as a curator. He served in ...

Pierce, Walter Marcus, 1861-1954 (person)

Walter Marcus Pierce (1861-1954) was a rancher, educator and legislator in Oregon. From the guide to the Walter Marcus Pierce papers, 1916-1945, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) Born on a farm in Grundy County, Illinois on May 20, 1861, Walter M. Pierce was U.S. Congressman for Eastern Oregon's Second District from 1933-1943. He served as Governor of Oregon from 1923-1927. An active member of the Democratic Party, Pierce was essentially a Populist. He was an arde...

John Joseph O'Connor (person)

Matthew Anthony Dunn (person)

White, Walter F. (Walter Francis), 1893-1955 (person)

Stoll, John B., 1843-1926 (person)

Chalres Richard Eckert (person)

Ludlow, Louis, 1873-1950 (person)

Louis Ludlow was born in Rush County, Ind. He was the Washington correspondent for the Indianapolis News until 1928, when he was elected to the Indiana House as representative from the 11th district. He served ten consecutive terms until his retirement in 1948. While in Washington he authored several books. From the description of Letter, 1934 May 21, Washington D.C. [to] L.C. Murr, Indianapolis, Ind. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 21667707 Journal...

Edward Asbury O'Neal (person)

Coleman, George W. (George William), 1867- (person)

Smith, Henry Lester, 1876- (person)

Long-time professor and administrator at the Indiana University School of Education. In addition to teaching and other administrative positions, Henry Lester Smith served as the dean of the School of Education from 1916 until his retirement in 1946. While at IU, he also created the Bureau of Education Research and made it the means of disseminating the best in educational thinking to Indiana educators and others through regular publications of its Bulletins. Active in th...

James Gould Polk (person)

Morgan, Joy Elmer, 1889-1986 (person)

Mrs. Florence (Kling) Harding (person)

Heinl, Robert D. (person)

Focht, Benjamin K. (Benjamin Kurtz), 1863-1937 (person)

Raphael Harwood Miller (person)

Karl StefanJames Rauch Stein (person)

Kellogg, Frank B. (Frank Billings), 1856-1937 (person)

Lawyer and politician Frank Billings Kellogg was born in New York, and raised in Minnesota. He studied law, was admitted to the bar, and began a long career in public service as city attorney of Rochester, Minnesota. He served as president of the American Bar Association, and as United States Senator from Minnesota and Ambassador to Great Britain. While serving as Calvin Coolidge's Secretary of State, he co-authored the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact, also known as the Pact of Paris, outlawing war an...

Paul Lamont Thompson (person)

Rudolph Gaar Leeds (person)

Frank Le Blond Kloeb (person)

Paul Henry Buchholz (person)

Hearst, William Randolph, 1949- (person)

William Judson Boone (person)

Robert Gray Allen (person)

Augustine Lonergan (person)

Donahey, A. Victor (Alvin Victor), 1873-1946 (person)

Governor of Ohio, 1923-1929; U.S. Senator, 1935-1941. From the description of Autograph, [between 1923 and 1929]. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 12698889 ...

Cochran, John Joseph, 1880-1947 (person)

Otho Winger (person)

Hanson, Ole, 1874-1940 (person)

Hanson was Seattle mayor and later founded the city of San Clemente, California From the guide to the Ole Hanson papers, 1976-1982, (University of Washington Libraries Special Collections) ...

William Darius Jamieson (person)

Summers, John W. (John William), 1870-1937 (person)

John Andrew Martin (person)

Harrison, Russell B. (Russell Benjamin), 1854-1936 (person)

The son of President Benjamin Harrison, Harrison was a businessman, politician, and lawyer. A native of Ohio, Harrison moved to Montana in 1878, where he ran the U.S. Assay Office; invested in land, railroads, cattle, and mining enterprises; and bought the HELENA DAILY JOURNAL in 1890. During his father's presidency he was involved in a libel suit brought by John Schuyler Crosby. After serving in the Spanish-American War, he settled in Indianapolis, practiced law, and served in the Indiana House...

William Purnell Lambertson (person)

Frear, James A. (James Archibald), 1861-1939 (person)

Linn Abel Easton Gale (person)

Henry Augustus Williams (person)

Durant, William Crapo, 1861-1947 (person)

Charles I. Faddis (person)

Charles Mayer (person)

Frank Leslie Littleton (person)

Buckley, Charles A. (Charles Anthony), 1890-1967 (person)

Claude Gernade Bowers (person)

Douglas MacArthur (person)

James Aloysius Griffin (person)

Levinson, Salmon Oliver, 1865-1941 (person)

Epithet: US lawyer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000613.0x00013e ...

Bennett, Ira E. (Ira Elbert), 1868-1957 (person)

David Morton Edwards (person)

Rees, Edward H. (Edward Herbert), 1886-1969 (person)

Devere Allen (person)

William Cannon Rivers (person)

Freeman, James E. (James Edward), 1866-1943 (person)

Edgar Thomas Conley (person)

Booth Tarkington (person)

Fussell, Joseph H. (Joseph Hall), 1863-1942 (person)

Kenneth Charles Morton Sills (person)

Frank Bates Flanner (person)

James Ozro Engleman (person)

Dewey William Johnson (person)

Maury Maverick (person)

Charles Francis McLaughlin (person)

Baer, John Miller, 1886-1970 (person)

United States Congressman and political cartoonist. From the description of Cartoons of John Miller Baer [manuscript], ca. 1924 and ca. 1940. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647821587 Baer, a Republican, was elected July 10, 1917, in a special election to fill the unexpired term of Henry Helgesen. He was re-elected in 1918 and defeated in 1920. From the description of John M. Baer speech, 1920. (State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archive...

Samuel E. Morss (person)

Joseph Elmer Ritter (person)

Thompson, William Hale, 1869-1944 (person)

George Donoghue O'Brien (person)

Teigan, Henry G. (Henry George), 1881-1941 (person)

Ernest Lundeen (person)

Quigley, Harold Scott, 1889- (person)

George W. Finnup (person)

Houston, John M. (John Mills), 1890-1975 (person)

John Mills Houston was born near Formosa, Kansas, September 15, 1890. He attended Wichita public schools and St. John's Military Academy in Salina. Houston attended Fairmount College in Wichita, and later enlisted in the armed forces. He served as a noncommissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps in the first World War. Houston served as mayor of Newton, Kansas from 1927-1931. Houston, a Democrat, served four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1935...

John J. Swint (person)

Mrs. Estelle (Miller) Sternberger (person)

Manion, Clarence E. (person)

Joshua Twing Brooks (person)

George Albert Cunningham (person)

Frederick A. Joss (person)

William Burton Farmer (person)

Mrs. Isabella (Selmes) King (person)

William Gear Spencer (person)

James Patrick Bernard Duffy (person)

Charles Alexander Capron (person)

Walter, Francis E. (Francis Eugene), 1894-1963 (person)

U.S. representative, of Easton, Pa. From the description of Papers, 1932-1963. (Lehigh University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 28416125 ...

Verner Wright Main (person)

Willis, Frank B. (Frank Bartlette), 1871-1928 (person)

Governor of Ohio 1915-1917, and U.S. Senator from Ohio 1911-1915 and 1921-1928. From the description of TLS, 1922. (Ohio University). WorldCat record id: 12850629 ...

Williams Richards Castle (person)

Lewis, John L. (John Llewellyn), 1880-1969 (person)

John L. Lewis was born in Lucas, Iowa in 1880. From 1917 until his death in 1969 he served the United Mine Workers of America, acting as its president from 1920 to 1960. Lewis led in the establishment of the Congress of Industrial Organizations and served as CIO president until his resignation from that post in 1940. From the description of Papers, 1879-1969. [microform] (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64091529 From its founding in 1935 until 1942, the hist...

John Mary Morin (person)

Lynn, Charles J. (Charles Jackson), 1874-1958 (person)

Byrd, Richard Evelyn Jr., 1888-1957 (person)

Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd Jr. (October 25, 1888 – March 11, 1957) was an American naval officer and explorer. He was a recipient of the Medal of Honor, the highest honor for valor given by the United States, and was a pioneering American aviator, polar explorer, and organizer of polar logistics. Aircraft flights in which he served as a navigator and expedition leader crossed the Atlantic Ocean, a segment of the Arctic Ocean, and a segment of the Antarctic Plateau. Byrd claimed that his ex...

Mrs. Lois I. (Kimsey) Marshall (person)