Papers. 1800-1896.

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Smith, William Henry, 1833-1896. Papers.

Papers. 1800-1896.

Journalist, Republican politician, and historian, of Ohio. Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, albums, and other papers relating to Ohio and national politics, the campaign of 1876, civil service reform, conservation, and journalism. Also includes transcripts of historical documents apparently written by and/or for Smith. Contact repository for more information.

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