Joseph Homan Manley correspondence, 1894.

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Manley, Joseph Homan, 1842-1905. Joseph Homan Manley correspondence, 1894.

Joseph Homan Manley correspondence, 1894.

Letters of prominent national political figures written to Manley in response to a circular invitation to speak in Maine during the election of 1894. Correspondents include O.H. Platt, J.D. Long, H.C. Lodge, Benjamin Harrison, Eugene Hale, S.E. Payne, J.H. Walker, John Sherman, Horace Porter, E.A. Morse, J.W. McMillan, R.T. Lincoln, G.F. Frisbie, G.A. Grow, W.P. Frye, Lucius Fairchild, M.M. Estes, C.A. Boutelle, R.A. Alger, and W.B. Allison.

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