Frank Dwight Fitzgerald papers, 1928-1944.


Frank Dwight Fitzgerald papers, 1928-1944.

Correspondence, speeches, press releases, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous notebooks and printed materials concerning his political career. Correspondents include: Horatio J. Abbott, Frederick M. Alger, Frederick M. Alger, Jr., Orville E. Atwood, Junius E. Beal, Harry H. Bennett, Malcolm W. Bingay, William W. Blackney, Frank P. Bohn, Frederick V. Bradley, Styles Bridges, Walter O. Briggs, Prentiss M. Brown, Walter F. Brown, Wilber M. Brucker, John L. Brumm, Burt D. Cady, Claude E. Cady, John J. Carton, Roy D. Chapin, Robert H. Clancy, Albert B. Cleage, William A. Comstock, Charles E. Coughlin, Frank Couzens, James J. Couzens, Louis C. Cramton, David H. Crowley, Gilbert A. Currie, Josephus Daniels, James E. Davidson, Murl H. DeFoe, Charles J. DeLand, Jack Dempsey, Luren D. Dickinson, Grover C. Dillman, George A. Dondero, Albert J. Engel, Homer S. Ferguson, Theodore I. Fry, George N. Fuller, Fred W. Green, Alexander J. Groesbeck, Edgar A. Guest, William Haber, John A. Hannah, Michael J. Hart. Clare E. Hoffman, Joseph L. Hooper, Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, Harry L. Hopkins, Orville L. Hubbard, Cordell Hull, Ivan E. Hull, William F. James, Ira W. Jayne, Theodore M. Joslin, John H. Kellogg, Harry F. Kelly, George D. Kennedy, John C. Ketcham, Henry M. Kimball, Frank Knox, Arthur J. Lacy, Fiorello H. LaGuardia, Alfred M. Landon, Howard C. Lawrence, John C. Lehr, Emil Lorch, Frank D. McKay, Clarence J. McLeod, H. Earl McNitt, Joseph E. Maddy, Carl E. Mapes, John B. Martin, Earl C. Michener. Correspondents include: Raymond L. Moley, James O. Murfin, Frank Murphy, Patrick H. O'Brien, John J. O'Hara, Ransom E. Olds, Chase S. Osborn, Frances Perkins, Seymour H. Person, Gifford Pinchot, James K. Pollock, William W. Potter, Thomas Read, Rudolph E. Reichert, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Alexander G. Ruthven, Paul W. Shafer, Edmund C. Shields, Charles A. Sink, Alfred P. Sloan, Shirley W. Smith, John K. Stack, Harry S. Toy, Esther Tufty, Arthur H. Vandenberg, Murray D. Van Wagoner, Coleman C. Vaughan. Louis C. Walker, Carl M. Weideman, Walter White, Jesse P. Wolcott, Roy O. Woodruff, and Fielding H. Yost.

27 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 7362945

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