Papers of A. F. Thomas [manuscript]

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Thomas, A. F. (Alsen Franklin), 1862-1943. Papers of A. F. Thomas [manuscript], 1914-1943.

Papers of A. F. Thomas [manuscript]

1914-1943

Topics in Thomas's political papers reflect his interest in improving health care, and especially institutions for tuberculosis. Other topics discussed are the economy, education, and Virginia politics. In addition there are his speeches and articles, newsclippings especially of book reviews of "The way out, " 1923, and a fragmented scrapbook. Correspondents include: William E. Borah, Louis D. Brandeis, Harry F. Byrd, Westmoreland Davis, Joseph D. Eggleston, James A. Farley, Henry Delaware Flood, Carter Glass, Leroy Hodges, Cordell Hull, and Louis M. Howe. Also Mary Johnston, Robert M. LaFollette, Thomas S. Martin, George C. Peery, John G. Pollard, Agnes D. Randolph, Henry G. Shirley, Aubrey E. Strode, Claude A. Swanson, Elbert Lee Trinkle, Wendall L. Wilkie and Ennion G. Williams.

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