Alabama Department of Archives and History
Correspondence in Oscar Wilder Underwood papers, 1876-1962.
Library of Congress
1902-1932 (bulk 1914-1932). 91 linear feet. Chiefly correspondence from House and Senate service with government officials concerning politics in Mississippi, national politics, military preparedness, women suffrage, League of Nations, disarmament, the Irish question, and self-determination of nations. Constituent correspondence deals with the same subjects but particularly with government employment, state politics, war risk insurance claims, government allotments, claims against the government, veterans' pensions, inquiries regarding the Veterans Bureau, and applications for appointments to the service academies. Also includes Armenia relief petitions (1919-1920), biographical material, newspaper clippings (1919-1920), and annotated printed material. Finding aid.
Mississippi Department of Archives and
1894-1929. Ca. 2 feet. Transcripts, in part, of originals in the Library of Congress. Personal and family correspondence, speeches, financial records, and other papers. Finding aid.
Mississippi State University
Mitchell Memorial Library
Mississippi State, MS
3 letters (1904-1907); 1 letter (1912) in Randolph-Sherman papers; 17 letters (1907-1917) in Rice family papers; 1 letter (1905) in Hobbs family papers; 1 letter (1905) in Marion Henry collection; and photographs in various collections.
University of Michigan
Bentley Historical Library
Ann Arbor, MI
Correspondence in Henry Wirt Newkirk papers, 1893-1931; William Butts Mershon papers, 1848-1943; and Henry Carter Adams papers, 1864-1924. Finding aid.
University of Mississippi
Modern Political Archives
1862-1943 (bulk 1898-1932); 9 linear feet. Research materials accumulated by his biographer George Coleman Osborn. Although the collection consists mainly of transcripts, original items are scattered throughout. Finding aid available online at http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUMOO480
University of Pennsylvania
August 23, 1917. 1 letter. To J.G.B. Bulloch, written on the stationery of the U.S. Senate Committee on the Library.
University of Virginia
Correspondence in Paul B. Barringer papers, 1828-1963.
Virginia Historical Society
Miscellaneous items. Finding aid.
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