Albert Jeremiah Beveridge papers, 1788-1943 (bulk 1886-1927).

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Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah, 1862-1927. Albert Jeremiah Beveridge papers, 1788-1943 (bulk 1886-1927).

Albert Jeremiah Beveridge papers, 1788-1943 (bulk 1886-1927).

Correspondence, diary notes, addresses, writings, notes, records of interviews with comments by the subject, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating to Beveridge's career from his early law practice in Indiana through his two terms in the U.S. Senate, his experience as a war correspondent in Europe, and his work as a historian and biographer. Subjects include the rise of Progressivism, Indiana state politics, American imperialism and support for the annexation of the Philippines, naval development prior to World War I, and child labor laws and other reform legislation. Includes drafts of Beveridge's books, What is Back of the War (1915), Life of John Marshall (1916-1919), and Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858 (1928), as well as source material used by Beveridge in writing his biography of Abraham Lincoln. Interviewees include Henri Bergson; Edward Grey, Viscount Grey of Fallodon; Gabriel Hanotaux; Gilbert Parker; Bernard Shaw; Alfred von Tirpitz; and William II, German Emporer. Correspondents include George Horace Lorimer, George W. Perkins, David Graham Phillips, Gifford Pinchot, Theodore Roosevelt, John C. Shaffer, and Albert Shaw.

98,000 items.410 containers plus 8 oversize.167.4 linear feet.

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