Letters to Robert Henderson Angell [manuscript], 1930-1933.

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Slemp, C. Bascom (Campbell Bascom), 1870-1943. Letters to Robert Henderson Angell [manuscript], 1930-1933.

Letters to Robert Henderson Angell [manuscript], 1930-1933.

Slemp writes to Angell (a Roanoke legislator) about a temporary appointment for Mr. [Harry Robert?] Elmore; discusses Senator J. Cloyd Byars and the views of Bishop James Cannon on an upcoming election (1930); voting districts. A memo concerning Mr. Slemp's absence from his office is included.

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Slemp, C. Bascom (Campbell Bascom), 1870-1943

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Congressman, 1907-1923, from Virginia's 9th District and private secretary to Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1925. From the description of C. Bascom Slemp scrapbooks [manuscript], undated. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 648004695 C. Bascom Slemp of Big Stone Gap, Va., was a lawyer, businessman, and U.S. Representative from Virginia. From the description of Additional papers of Campbell Bascom Slemp, h 1920-1931. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id:...

Cannon, James, 1864-1944

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Byars, J. Cloyd (Joseph Cloyd), 1868-1954.

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Elmore, Harry Robert.

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Angell, Robert H. (Robert Henderson), 1868-1933

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