Arkansas History Commission
Little Rock, AR
1871-1928, amount unknown.
The collection includes speeches and writings of Governor Thomas C. McRae.
1921-1922, 3 items.
Correspondents include J.B. Simms, Rev. S.J. Altheimer, and H.D. Tomlinson.
1921-1925, 3 cubic feet.
The collection includes the gubernatorial papers of Governor Thomas C. McRae.
1928, 2 items.
Correspondence between Thomas C. McRae in Prescott, Ark., and Paul Gabriel in Little Rock.
Library of Congress
In the William H. Moody Papers, 1879-1916, 3.5 linear feet.
Correspondents include Thomas Chipman McRae.
University of Arkansas
Special Collections Department
1879-1938, 1.5 feet.
The papers of Thomas Chipman McRae include correspondence, speeches, clippings, essays, memoranda, pamphlets, reports, bulletins, receipts, invoices, minutes of meetings, legislative bills, lists, invitations, notes, broadsides, and other documents relating to the personal, familial, professional, business, political, and other affairs of Thomas Chipman McRae, banker, lawyer, and legislator, United States Congressman (1885-1903), and Governor of Arkansas (1921- 1924). A finding aid is available in the repository.
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