Papers 1882-1937.


Fess, Simeon Davison, 1861-1936. Papers 1882-1937.

Papers 1882-1937.

U.S. Senator from Ohio and college president. Correspondence, speeches, campaign material, and other papers relating chiefly to his activities as U.S. Senator but also covering his career as president of Antioch College. Contact repository for more information.

10.25 cubic feet.

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