Papers of William Allen Garrett [manuscript] 1905 (1913-40) 1950.

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Garrett, William Allen, 1854-1951. Papers of William Allen Garrett [manuscript] 1905 (1913-40) 1950.

Papers of William Allen Garrett [manuscript] 1905 (1913-40) 1950.

Collection pertains to the political career of thisThere are letters from his constituents, requests for patronage, and letters from state politicians and officials. Subjects discussed include prohibition, workman's compensation, bill boards, financial support for state institutions, Byrd's pay-as-you-go plan, and state and local politics. Correspondents include Maitland Bustard, Harry Floyd Byrd, Thomas Granville Burch, Colgate Whitehead Darden, Westmorland David, Patrick Henry Drewry, Nathaniel B. Early, James Taylor Ellyson, S.L. Ferguson, Leroy Hodges, Rorer Anderson James, Rorer Anderson James, Claggett Bennett Jones, John Adam Lesner, John Preston McConnell, Lewis H. Machen, Henry Read McIlwaine, Thomas Staples Martin, James Hubert Price, and John Paul. Also John Garland Pollard, George Campbell Peery, George Townes Rison, Absolm Willis Robertson, Thomas Bahnson Stanley, Edward Watts Saunders, Claude Augustus Swanson, Elbert Lee Wrinkle, William Munford Tuck, Henry St. George Tucker, Stafford Corman Whittle, Kennon Caithness Whittle and "The Bishop" Carter Wormley.

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