Papers 1891-1934.


Papers 1891-1934.

State legislator and U.S. Attorney General, of Columbus, Ohio. Correspondence relating to the 1919-20 presidential campaign of Warren G. Harding, Dept. of Justice, Ohio politics, and trade associations; letters and documents (1922-34) of Edward S. Rochester, relating to the Dept. of Justice and activities of Daugherty's staff; and affidavits of witnesses before the Wheeler-Brookhart Committee. Contact repository for more information.

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