Documents and notes made for his life of Edwin A. Alderman [manuscript].


Documents and notes made for his life of Edwin A. Alderman [manuscript].

Including copies of his correspondence with Emma Graves Alderman, Kate L. Alderman, C.B. Aycock, Brown Ayres, Page M. Baker, Edwin R. Baldwin, Paul B. Barringer, George Gordon Battle, John D. Bellamy, John Stewart Bryan, Nicholas Murray Butler, Andrew Carnegie, E.B. Craighead, Lamar Monroe Curry, Charles William Dabney, Frank B. Dancy, George H. Demy, J.H. Dillard, Charles W. Eliot, A.W. Erickson, Charles E. Fenner, Thomas Staples Fuller, W.W. Fuller, J.B. Gilder, Louis Graves, Mrs. Hector M. Green, Louis Hamman, W.T. Harris, Halstead S. Hedges, Dayton H. Hoge, E.M. House, J.Y. Joynes, Susan B. Keene, Charles Duncan McIver, Elis P. Moore, Edward P. Moses, Edgar Garden Murphy, M.C.S. Noble, Walter Hines Page, George Foster Peabody, J. Woods Price, Mrs. M. Garnett Saunders, Harvey M. Smith, Charles P. Smith, Eugene Stevenson, Theodore Roosevelt, Gov. Henry Carter Stuart, William Howard Taft, Ida M. Tarbell, E.S. Trudeau, Booker T. Washington, Alice Saunders West, Edwin M. Wilson, Hugh Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Wilson.

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