Henry Whitney Cleveland : papers, 1863-1906.

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Cleveland, Henry Whitney, 1836-1907. Henry Whitney Cleveland : papers, 1863-1906.

Henry Whitney Cleveland : papers, 1863-1906.

Primarily letters to Cleveland reflecting his interest in writing and publishing, religion, and autograph collecting; and him seeking employment in literary or religious fields. Among the correspondents are Henry W. Bellows, Richard H. Collins, John Esten Cooke, Julia C.R. Dorr, Henry R. Jackson, Joseph E. Johnston, Martha J. Lamb, Whitelaw Reid, and William C. Rives.

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