Papers of Henry T. Allen, 1806-1933 [microform].

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Allen, Henry T. (Henry Tureman), 1859-1930. Papers of Henry T. Allen, 1806-1933 [microform].

Papers of Henry T. Allen, 1806-1933 [microform].

Correspondence, diaries, writings, reports, speeches, military documents, printed material, maps, drawings, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Allen's military career. Documents his service as a member of an Alaskan exploring party (1885-1886), organizer and chief of the Philippine Constabulary (1901-1907), member of the Mexican Punitive Expedition (1916-1917), commander of the 90th Division during World War I, and commander of the American occupation forces on the Rhine (1919-1923). Includes papers dealing with Allen's organizing of veterans' groups for the 1928 Democratic presidential candidate, Alfred E. Smith; typewritten mss. of his book, My Rhineland Journal; and family papers. Correspondents include Newton Diehl Baker, Tasker Howard Bliss, Ellis Loring Dresel, James G. Harbord, Myron T. Herrick, James H. Hyde, Arthur MacArthur, Douglas MacArthur, Peyton Conway March, John J. Pershing, Theodore Roosevelt, Paul M. Tirard, Hugh G. Wallace, John W. Weeks, and Leonard Wood.

15,000 items.62 containers plus 11 oversize.3 microfilm reels.22 linear feet.

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