Joseph Ralston Hayden papers, 1854-1948.

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Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945. Joseph Ralston Hayden papers, 1854-1948.

Joseph Ralston Hayden papers, 1854-1948.

Correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, reports and miscellaneous papers concerning his teaching career and his life-long interest in the Philippines; also family correspondence, 1854-1903, and papers relating to his service in University of Michigan Naval Militia in World War I; also photographs. Correspondents include: Randolph G. Adams, Santiago Artiaga, Newton D. Baker, Frank W. Carpenter, William L. Clements, Creed R. Cox, Fred L. Crawford, Gerrit J. Diekema, William C. Forbes, James R. Fugate. Eugene A. Gilmore, Fred W. Green, Edgar A. Guest, William C. Harllee, Francis B. Harrison, Evett D. Hester, Norman Hill, Stanley K. Hornbeck, Cordell Hull, James W. Jones, Frank B. Kellogg, Edward M. Kuder, Jose Laurel, Paul V. McNutt, George A. Malcolm, Earl C. Michener, Gouverneur F. Mosher, Frank Murphy, Camilo Osias, Sergio Osmena, Francis LeJau Parker, Frank Parker, James K. Pollock, Manuel L. Quezon, Jackson H. Ralston, Jesse S. Reeves, Carlos P. Romulo, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fred G. Roth, Manuel. Roxas, Francis B. Sayre, Claude A. Swanson, William H. Taft, Mathew Tomlinson, Arthur H. Vandenberg, Louis J. Van Schaick, Leonard Wood, and Nanon Fay (Leas) Worcester.

56 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder.

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