Howard Cale papers, 1884-1904.


Cale, Howard, d. 1904. Howard Cale papers, 1884-1904.

Howard Cale papers, 1884-1904.

Correspondence relating to Harrison's tour of New England and Montana and to family affairs. Correspondents include Mary Lord (Dimmick) Harrison, Charles W. Fairbanks, and Benjamin Harrison.

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