Howard Hyde Russell papers, 1840-1946.

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Russell, Howard H. (Howard Hyde), 1855-1946. Howard Hyde Russell papers, 1840-1946.

Howard Hyde Russell papers, 1840-1946.

Professional correspondence and speeches relating to his work with the Anti-Saloon League, biographical and autobiographical writings, diary entries, notebooks and newspaper clippings and other miscellanea; family correspondence, including papers of his father, Joseph A. Russell, and his wife, and collected historical letters from Andrew Jackson, William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips, and Charles Dickens; also photographs. Correspondents include: Susan B. Anthony, James B. Angell, Roger W. Babson. Evangeline C. Booth, Phillips Brooks, William Jennings Bryan, S. Parkes Cadman, Arthur Capper, Calvin Coolidge, Shelby M. Cullom, Josephus Daniels, Harry Daugherty, Neal Dow, Thomas A. Edison, Simeon D. Fess, Harry Emerson Fosdick, Lister Hill, Herbert Hoover, John Harvey Kellogg, David Lawrence, William G. McAdoo, Gifford Pinchot, John D. Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Morris Sheppard, Homer W. Tope, Wayne B. Wheeler, and William Allen White.

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