Papers, 1830-1920.

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Shaw, Albert D. (Albert Duane), 1841-1901. Papers, 1830-1920.

Papers, 1830-1920.

Personal and political correspondence. Also included are letters to Henry L.K. Shaw, 1888-1920; letters to Nathaniel S. Benton, 1831-1866; and some other earlier political correspondence. Correspondents include Robert T. Lincoln, Charles Whitman, Erastus Corning, David B. Hill, Martin Glynn, Frank S. Black, Chauncey M. DePew, Thurlow Weed, Charles Evans Hughes, Hamilton Fish, Reuben E. Fenton, Roswell P. Flower, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Seth Low, Silas Wright, Whitelaw Reid, Charles Folger, T.C. Platt and Levi P. Morton.

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