John Augustus Hendrix McLane papers, 1841-1893 (inclusive), 1864-1893 (bulk).

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McLane, John Augustus Hendrix, 1848-1893. John Augustus Hendrix McLane papers, 1841-1893 (inclusive), 1864-1893 (bulk).

John Augustus Hendrix McLane papers, 1841-1893 (inclusive), 1864-1893 (bulk).

Politician. Correspondence, essays, diaries, clippings, and other papers of J. Hendrix McLane, southern political independent, South Carolina gubernatorial candidate in 1882, and reformer in the Republican party.

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