Harry Hill Bandholtz papers, ca. 1890-ca. 1937 [microform].

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Bandholtz, Harry Hill, 1864-1925. Harry Hill Bandholtz papers, ca. 1890-ca. 1937 [microform].

Harry Hill Bandholtz papers, ca. 1890-ca. 1937 [microform].

Correspondence, clippings, and scrapbooks largely concerning his military career and his years as chief of the Philippine Constabulary. The collection includes bound volumes of memoranda, reports, and other documents of the Philippine Constabulary bearing in part the title "Compilation of papers on Japanese propagandaism" and relating to Philippines-Japan relations. The collection also contains photographs and photograph albums and a drawing executed and signed by Geronimo. Correspondents include: Henry T. Allen, Emilio Aguinaldo, James F. Bell, Poultney Bigelow, Tasker H. Bliss, Hermon C. Bumpus, Julius C. Burrows, Frank W. Carpenter, Calvin Coolidge, William C. Forbes, Frederick Funston, Newton W. Gilbert, James G. H arbord, Mark L. Hersey, Henry C. Ide, Julius Kahn, Frank McIntyre, George A. Malcolm, Albert L. Mills, Sergio Osmeona, John J. Pershing, Frank L. Polk, Manuel L. Quezon, Theodore Roosevelt, James F. Smith, Herbert B. Swope, William Howard Taft, Charles E. Townsend, George W. Wickersham, Leonard Wood, and Luke E. Wright.

12 microfilm reels : master negative.12 microfilm reels : print master.12 microfilm reels : positive.

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