Labor Management Documentation
In American Association for Labor Legislation records, 1905-1940, available on microfilm; and Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America minutes, 1919-1966 (bulk 1919-1932).
1924. 3 boxes. Campaign literature for presidential campaign including fund-raising form letters, press releases, and campaign textbooks.
1 letter (October 10, 1889) in Post family papers, 1857-1895.
Library of Congress
Ca. 105,500 items in La Follette family papers, 1844-1953 (bulk 1910-1953). 600 linear feet. Includes letters sent and received, draft and printed speeches and articles, holograph notes, legal material, reports, statements, deeds, mortgages, newspaper clippings, congressional bills and hearings, pamphlets, monographs, printed material, and photographs. Family letters contain substantial information about political as well as personal affairs. Other major topics include La Follette's Weekly Magazine and its successor The Progressive, election of 1912, Seamen's Act of 1915, regulation of railroads, tariff schedules, conservation, foreign relations, public lands, woman suffrage, Teapot Dome investigation, Senate investigation of La Follette's antiwar stand, presidential campaign of 1924, civil rights, immigration, and various progressive and reform movements. Finding aid. Available on microfilm. Also 161 reels of microfilm of originals, 1876-1924, in State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
North Dakota State University Libraries
Institute for Regional Studies
Correspondence in Martin O. Thompson papers, 1906-1948. Finding aid.
Stanford University Libraries
In George A. Clark fur seal controversy papers, 1897-1918; John Downey Works papers, 1906-1928; and Meyer Lissner papers, 1903-1923 (bulk 1910-1920).
State Historical Society of Iowa
5 letters (1897, 1904-1911) in William Larrabee papers.
State Historical Society of Wisconsin
1879-1910 (bulk 1900-1910). 35 volumes, 177 boxes, and 1 cubic foot. Chiefly correspondence (1900-1910) relating to Wisconsin politics and the Progressive movement, together with speeches, writings, legislative reports, briefs, and financial records. Available on 161 microfilm reels. Finding aid.
Correspondence in Herman Lewis Ekern papers, 1888-1944; Edwin J. Gross papers, 1902-1944; Craig Ralston papers, 1923-1952; Lawrence C. Whittet papers, 1840-1954; John C. Spooner papers, 1868-1919; William D. Connor scrapbooks, 1904-1924 (1 microfilm reel); Morris Hillquit papers, 1895-1943; Herbert F. Margulies papers; W.D. Hoard papers, 1880-1918; Frederick E. Risser papers, 1925-1971; Gwyneth King Roe papers, 1880-1968; Harry Sauthoff papers, 1919-1929; Richard T. Ely papers, 1812-1963; John Rogers Commons papers, 1859-1967; Albert G. Zimmerman papers, 1850-1935; governor's bills regulating life insurance records, 1906; The Progressive, Inc. records, 1940-1985; Philip Fox La Follette papers, 1876-1973; Ada L. James papers, 1816-1952; William Theodore Evjue papers, 1905-1969; Albert O. Barton papers, 1858-1948; E.H. Faulkner letters, 1900-1911; Meta Berger papers, 1915-1945; and Charles H. Crownhart family papers, 1853-1943.
University of Colorado Libraries
Correspondence in Edward P. Costigan papers, ca. 1900-1930s.
University of Virginia
Correspondence in John Skelton Williams papers, 1884-1926. Finding aid.
Yale University Libraries
Manuscripts and Archives
New Haven, CT
In William Kent family papers, 1768-1961; Harry Weinberger papers, 1915-1942; National American Woman Suffrage Association records, 1839-1961 (bulk 1890-1930) (available on microfilm); George Sylvester Viereck papers, 1924-1938; and Clark family papers, 1673-1918.
Research Libraries Information Network
In addition to the institutions listed above, items are also cataloged in collections at: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, NY; Harvard Business School, Baker Library, Boston, MA; Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, IN; North Dakota State University Libraries, Fargo, ND; Radcliffe College, Schlesinger Library, Cambridge, MA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL; University of Oklahoma, Western History Collections, Norman, OK; University of Oregon Library, Eugene, OR; and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
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