Papers 1890-1913.


Phipps, William Hall, 1864-1936. Papers 1890-1913.

Papers 1890-1913.

Lawyer, of Paulding, Ohio, U.S. Auditor-General of the Philippine Islands, and director of the Ohio Dept. of Commerce. Chiefly correspondence relating to Phipps' work as an agent for investors in farm mortages in northeastern Ohio and to local, State, and national Republican Party politics, particularly while Phipps was leader of the William H. Taft forces in Ohio (1908-1911), together with material on early automobile retail dealerships and the Philippine Islands. Contact repository for more information.

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