Papers 1877-1933.

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Garford, Arthur Lovett, 1858-1933. Papers 1877-1933.

Papers 1877-1933.

Industrialist, politician, and philanthropist. Correpsondence, speeches, articles, balance sheets, lists, account books, two scrapbooks (1912-16), a list of chairmen and officials of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, printed material, other papers, and photos, concerning the industrialization of Elyria, Ohio, financing the Republican Party in Ohio, the participation of businessmen in politics, the Republican-Progressive split in Ohio, 1912-16, (Garford was the Progressive candidate for governor in 1912, and for senator in 1914), the foreign born and black voter, labor relations and labor in politics, temperance, prohibition, woman suffrage, the tariff, conservation, Garford's business career, his philanthropic activities, mining in southwestern United States, and the Martin bomber in World War I. Contact repository for more information.

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