[Papers], 1903-1954.

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Durbin, Winfield T. (Winfield Taylor), 1847-1928. [Papers], 1903-1954.

[Papers], 1903-1954.

This collection includes: a letter to Col. William Carey Sanger, assistant Secretary of War, in appreciation of Sanger being present at the dedication of the Indiana monument at Shiloh, stops at Crump landing at General Wallac's old headquarters and at Savannah where Grant was quartered, requests two blue prints of battle field from the War Dept. and extends Hoosier hospitality (4/11/1903); gold note of Warren T. McCray (8/2/1923); letter of J.P. Goodrich to W.T. Durbin in acceptance of $10,000 check (8/17/1923); letters of Fletcher M. Durbin to Harold F. Brigham presenting above two items to the Indiana State Library (11-12/1954); typewritten biography and family history with names of Durbins and with identification and relationship, and a biography of William N. Durbin.

2 folders.

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Goodrich, James P. (James Putnam), 1864-1940

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

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Sanger, William Carey.

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Durbin, William N.

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Durbin family.

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McCray, Warren T. (Warren Terry), 1865-1938

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A native of Kentland, Ind., McCray was a banker and livestock breeder. In 1920 he was elected governor of Indiana and during his term experienced personal financial losses. In 1924 he resigned his office after being convicted of mail fraud and served three years in prison in Atlanta, Ga. He returned to Kentland to resume his livestock business and was later pardoned by President Herbert Hoover. From the description of Papers, 1923-1935. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat ...

Durbin, Fletcher M.

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