Henry Watterson : miscellaneous papers, 1868-1920.


Henry Watterson : miscellaneous papers, 1868-1920.

Consists of correspondence and papers outlining Watterson's career as editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal; his political interests and activities; travels; and personal matters. Also included is an informal agreement (a bet) between Watterson, a Mr. Wandishott, and a Mr. Brooks on who will be appointed to James A. Garfield's cabinet; and an undated, signed photogravure print of Watterson inscribed "Back to the Constitution!"

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SNAC Resource ID: 7605819

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