Thomas McIntyre Cooley papers, 1850-1898.

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Cooley, Thomas McIntyre, 1824-1898. Thomas McIntyre Cooley papers, 1850-1898.

Thomas McIntyre Cooley papers, 1850-1898.

Correspondence, notes, addresses, lectures, diaries, relating primarily to his publications, the Interstate Commerce Commission, the University of Michigan, state and national politics, American history, constitutional questions, lecture engagements, and personal and family affairs; and photographs. Correspondents include: Henry C. Adams, Russell A. Alger, Alexis C. Angell, James B. Angell, Henry P. Baldwin, Simeon E. Baldwin, Levi L. Barbour, B.L. Baxter, Charles F. Beach, Jr., Josiah W. Begole, John. Bersey, Melville M. Bigelow, Austin Blair, James R. Boise, W.L. Bragg, Henry B. Brown, James Bryce, Richard A. Bury, Henry M. Campbell, James H. Campbell, James V. Campbell, Lewis Cass, John W. Champlin, Zachariah Chandler, Henry A. Chaney, Salmon P. Chase, G.C. Christiancy, Isaac P. Christiancy, James Clements, Grover Cleveland, Lemuel Clute, Charles C. Cole, Charles H. Cooley, Edgar A. Cooley, Shelby M. Cullom, Byron M. Cutcheon, W.D. Dabney, Donald M. Dickinson, Jacob P. Dunn, Richard T. Ely, Elon. Farnsworth, Albert Fink, William F. Ford, Daniel C. Gilman, Washington Gladden, Claudius B. Grant, Benjamin F. Graves, Israel Hall, William G. Hammond, Benjamin Harrison, John S. Hawks, Edward O. Hinkley, John Hinkley, Henry Hitchcock, George Hoar, Oliver W. Holmes, Jr., Charles C. Hopkins, Fred S. Hubbard, Harry B. Hutchins, Albert P. Jacobs, David H. Jerome, Harry D. Jewell, Charles N. Jones, Charles A. Kent, Edward D. Kinne, Otto Kirchner, Daniel S. Lamont. Correspondents include: William MacKenzie, Isaac Marston, Andrew C. Maxwell, Elijah W. Meddaugh, Martin V. Montgomery, Thomas C. Moore, William R. Morrison, Edward A. Moseley, Thomas J. O'Brien, Warren Olney, Russell C. Ostrander, Walter H. Page, Thomas W. Palmer, Allen B. Pond, Elihu B. Pond, Eugene B. Prussing, Roger A. Pryor, Francis Rawle, John T. Rich, Henry W. Rogers, Alfred Russell, Andrew J. Sawyer, Augustus Schoonmaker, Carl Schurz, Edwin R.A. Seligman, William H. Seward, William H. Stevenson. Ralph Stone, Moses Taggart, Henry P. Tappan, Harriet A. Tenney, Lyman Trumbull, Moses C. Tyler, Philip T. Van Zile, Aldace F. Walker, Bryant Walker, George P. Wanty, William F. Warren, William D. Washburn, Andrew D. White, and Moses Wisner.

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