John S. McLain correspondence, 1879-1927.


McLain, John Scudder, 1853-1931. John S. McLain correspondence, 1879-1927.

John S. McLain correspondence, 1879-1927.

Letters received by McLain, as editor of the Kansas City Journal (1878-1881), the Minneapolis Journal (1885-1908), the St. Paul Dispatch (1908-1912), and other newspapers, from various editors and public officials commenting on his editorial views and news coverage. Correspondents include William W. Folwell, Warren G. Harding, Delos W. Lovelace, Knute Nelson, William H. Taft, Oswald G. Villard, and William D. Washburn.

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