Addition to the Richard Crane Papers

SCOPE NOTE:

The Richard Crane Papers, Part II consist of correspondence, photographs and financial records comprising 65 folders, arranged in 4 boxes and 1 oversized container.

Richard Crane was born on August 12, 1882 in Denver, Colorado, the son of Charles R. Crane and Cornelia W. Smith. His grandfather was Richard Teller Crane, who founded the Crane Company of Chicago in 1855. Although his father, Charles Crane, had been formally educated only to the age of fourteen, he became one of the most cultured men of his generation. He is most known publicly for the Crane-King report which he co-authored and for his years as American ambassador to China (1920-1922).

Richard Crane attended Lawrenceville Preparatory School and received his A.B. degree from Harvard in 1904. In July, 1915, after an unsuccessful bid for congress, he was offered a position as private secretary to the Secretary of State, Robert Lansing.

In April, 1919, Crane was appointed by Woodrow Wilson as the first American ambassador to Czechoslovakia. For the next two years he was stationed in Prague, at a time when the new republic was just forming. Crane had previously known Thomas S. Masaryk, the president of Czechoslovakia, when he held the chair of Slavic Studies at the University of Chicago. The chair had been founded by Charles Crane. A letter from Masaryk during his trip to the U.S. in 1918 is in the collection. Crane's term as ambassador ended in 1921.

This addition to the Richard Crane Papers consists mostly of correspondence from the period that Crane was working in the State Department (1915-1918). An interesting theme in this addition is that of Russia and the Revolution of 1917, during which time Charles Crane was travelling in Russia. Charles Crane sent frequent telegrams to Richard giving details of what he saw and experienced, including a very interesting handwritten letter sent in May, 1917, describing conditions in the cities and the attitudes of the peasants. Correspondence from Richard Gottheil and Samuel N. Harper also discuss the Revolution in progress from their posts at Columbia and Chicago Universities.

A large amount of the correspondence also relates to the finances of his wife's family, the Bruces, and to the affairs of the Berry Hill Plantation and the Coonamessett Ranch Company, both in Halifax County, Virginia and belonging to Crane. Richard Crane died in 1938.

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Span date: 1900 - 1922
Bulk date: 1915 - 1919
Extent: 2.75 linear feet
Number of boxes: 4, plus 1 oversized box
Provenance: Gift of Mrs. Bruce Crane Fisher, May, 1990
Processed by: Michael J. North
Date: July 19, 1990

FOLDER REGISTER:

1 - 1 Aerial League of America
Date span: 05/15/1918 - 09/05/1918

Description: 2 TLSs, both form letters, from the Aerial League of America commemorating the first air mail service instituted by the U.S. Postal Service. The first letter (15 May 1918) bears a rubber stamp signature of Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary. The second letter (5 Sep 1918) is signed by Augustus Post. Includes the envelopes which have early air mail stamps and postmarks, and includes a third air mail envelope with an air mail stamp and post mark from the Scientific Aeroplane Company.

1 - 2 Barrett, John
DATE: 08/06/1915

Description: 1 TLS from John Barrett on the stationery of the Pan American Union regarding Crane's membership in the Chevy Chase Club.

1 - 3 Bruce, Malcolm G. (& Walter)
Date span: 01/14/1915 - 03/24/1919

Description: 40 TLSs and carbons between Richard Crane and Malcolm G. and Walter Bruce. Most of the correspondence regards business transactions with numerous references to the Berry Hill Plantation.

1 - 4 Chadbourne, Emily
Date span: 12/17/1915 - 01/28/1918

Description: 3 letters and 1 telegram from Emily Chadbourne to her nephew, Richard Crane, with 6 carbon TLSs from Crane to Chadbourne and 4 TLSs to Crane regarding Chadbourne. Many letters regard the citizenship status of a friend of Chadbourne's.

1 - 5 Crane, Charles R.
Date span: 08/04/1915 - 01/07/1921

Description: 22 letters (4 ALSs, the rest carbons) and 16 telegrams from Charles R. Crane to his son, Richard Crane, with 3 carbons from Richard Crane to his father. Most correspondence regards Charles Crane's trip to Russia and northern Europe during the Russian Revolution. Includes a very interesting handwritten letter from Crane (5 Jun 1917) describing the state of Russia at the height of the revolution. Many of the telegrams are typed copies which came to Richard Crane through David R. Francis, most of them sent from Russia in 1917.

1 - 6 Crane, Cornelia, 1915
Date span: 08/07/1915 - 11/30/1915

Description: 13 ALSs from Cornelia Crane to her son, Richard Crane, all regarding family matters.

1 - 7 Crane, Cornelia, 1916 - 1917
Date span: 02/11/1916 - 09/11/1917

Description: 10 ALSs and 2 telegrams from Cornelia Crane to her son, Richard Crane, mostly regarding family matters.

1 - 8 Crane, Ellen Bruce
Date span: 09/03/1915 - 05/15/1919

Description: 12 ALSs and 3 carbon telegrams from Ellen Bruce Crane to her husband, Richard Crane, all regarding family matters.

1 - 9 Cummings, Charles L.
Date span: 05/07/1917 - 04/14/1919

Description: 6 ALSs from Charles L. Cummings to Richard Crane, with 2 carbons from Crane to Cummings and 1 TLS from Charles Lyon Russell to Crane, all regarding the use of Cummings' patents for pipes by the Crane Company.

1 - 10 Francis, David R.
Date span: 04/27/1917 - 07/07/1917

Description: 1 TLS and 3 carbons from David R. Francis to Richard Crane and the Secretary of State, mostly regarding Revolutionary Russia. References to Russian Jews, T. Bentley Mott and Thomas S. Masaryk.

1 - 11 Goodwin, Clarence
DATE: 01/28/1915

Description: 1 TLS from Clarence Goodwin to Richard Crane regarding the appointment of Louis D. Brandeis to the Supreme Court.

1 - 12 Gottheil, Richard
Date span: 04/19/1917 - 05/07/1917

Description: 3 TLSs from Richard Gottheil to Richard Crane mostly about the possible appointment of Herman Bernstein to a U.S. State Department commission being sent to Russia.

1 - 13 Harper, Samuel N.
Date span: 04/02/1917 - 02/02/1918

Description: 23 TLSs and 9 telegrams from Samuel N. Harper to Richard Crane mostly regarding the Russian Revolution, with references to many specific revolutionaries. Reference to Herman Bernstein.

1 - 14 Masaryk, Thomas S.
Date span: 01/10/1918 - 05/02/1918

Description: 1 ALS (2 May 1918) from Thomas S. Masaryk to Richard Crane written from Vancouver, Canada regarding his trip through North America and Asia. Also includes two carbons of communiques between French Generals regarding the Czechs: from General Berthelot to General Tabouis (10 Jan 1918, 1 page); and General Tabouis to General Niessel (21 Feb 1918, 1 page). Both of these documents have handwritten notes on them by Thomas S. Masaryk.

1 - 15 Peters, Andrew J.
Date span: 08/30/1915 - 11/19/1915

Description: 3 TLSs from Andrew J. Peters to Richard Crane, with 1 carbon from Crane to Peters, all regarding personal matters.

1 - 16 Reynolds(?), Margaret (Lady?)
Date: [11/13/1918]?

Description: 2 ALSs from "Lady Margaret" (Reynolds?) to Richard Crane, and 1 ALS to "Aunt Margie," probably the same person, all regarding personal matters.

1 - 17 Russell, Emily A.
Date span: 06/06/1918 - 09/06/1918

Description: 8 telegrams between Emily A. Russell and Richard Crane all regarding visits between them.

1 - 18 Sexton, Thomas
Date span: 01/25/1918 - 06/10/1918

Description: 4 ALSs and 3 telegrams from Thomas Sexton to Richard Crane, with 3 carbon telegrams from Crane to Sexton, all regarding business and personal matters.

1 - 19 Shepherd, William Gunn
Date: [09/01/1917]?

Description: 1 ALS (2 pp.) from William Gunn Shepherd (to Richard Crane?) written in Stokholm on Shepherd's way back to the U.S. from Russia. The letter refers to conditions in Russia and to the travel plans of Charles R. Crane. Dated Sept. 1917.

1 - 20 Williams, Roger, 1915
Date span: 05/12/1915 - 12/27/1915

Description: 20 TLSs from Roger Williams to Richard Crane, with 19 letters and carbons regarding Williams, all regarding Crane family business.

1 - 21 Williams, Roger, Jan. - Jun., 1916
Date span: 01/06/1916 - 06/16/1916

Description: 18 TLSs and 3 telegrams from Roger H. Williams to Richard Crane, with 19 carbons from Crane to Williams, all regarding Crane family business.

1 - 22 Williams, Roger, Jul. 1916 - Jun. 1920
Date span: 07/03/1916 - 06/29/1920

Description: 25 TLSs and 1 telegram from Roger H. Williams to Richard Crane, with 19 carbons from Crane to Williams, all regarding Crane family business.

1 - 23 Wilson, Woodrow, letters to
Date span: 10/13/1916 - 05/11/1918

Description: 1 ALS from Richard Crane to President Woodrow Wilson regarding Thomas S. Masaryk (7 May 1918); 1 carbon from Crane to Wilson regarding Marsaryk and Charles R. Crane (11 May 1918); and 1 TLS from the Secretary of the President regarding the State Department (13 Oct 1916).

1 - 24 Miscellaneous Family Correspondence
Date span: 08/11/1914 - 04/04/1921

Description: 4 ALSs and 4 telegrams to Richard Crane from various family members, with carbons from Richard Crane to other family members. Includes 3 page carbon from Crane to his sister, Josephine and 2 ALSs from Richard Crane Gartz, "Craney."

1 - 25 Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence, 1915 - 1916
Date span: 08/06/1915 - 06/22/1916

Description: 9 ALSs and 1 extra envelope to Richard Crane from various friends, all regarding personal matters.

1 - 26 Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence, 1917 - 1921
Date span: 08/22/1917 - 09/05/1921

Description: 12 ALSs to Richard Crane from various friends, all regarding personal matters.

2 - 1 State Department, Misc. Corresp., 1912 - 1917
Date span: 02/19/1912 - 10/18/1917

Description: 15 TLSs to Richard Crane from various correspondents, all regarding his work with the State Department. Includes 1 TLS from Mary Mills Patrick, 1 TLS from George Henry Shibley, 1 TLS from Edward F. Dunne, 1 TLS from Manton M. Wyvell and 1 TLS from T. S. Chalmers.

2 - 2 State Department, Misc. Corresp., 1918
Date span: 01/06/1918 - 12/28/1918

Description: 37 letters to Richard Crane from various people, with many carbons from Crane, all regarding State Department business. Includes 1 ALS from Alexander Znamiecki of the Polish Military Commission, 1 ALS from Sherman Peer, 1 ALS from George H. Shibley, 1 TLS from Anna Jarvis, 1 TLS from Lincoln Dixon, 1 ALS from Lester H. Woolsey, with references to Robert Lansing.

2 - 3 State Department, Misc. Corresp., 1919 & undated
Date span: 01/03/1919 - 04/30/1919

Description: 15 to Richard Crane from various people, with carbons by Crane, all regarding State Department business. Includes 1 TLS from Gordon Auchincloss, 1 TLS from Frank O. Lowden and 2 TLSs from Eugene C. Branson.

2 - 4 Berry Hill Plantation
Date span: 03/16/1915 - 06/26/1916

Description: 62 letters to Richard Crane, with carbons from Crane, all regarding the management of the Berry Hill Plantation. Includes many letters from George F. Weston, A. W. Burkett and E. B. Keeley.

2 - 5 Bruce, M. E. - Estate of
Date span: 08/30/1916 - 04/14/1919

Description: 8 letters to Richard Crane from various people all regarding the settlement of the estate of M. E. Bruce. Many references to Berry Hill Plantation, with 1 TLS from A. W. Burkett.

2 - 6 Coonamessett Ranch
Date span: 01/14/1919 - 05/21/1919

Description: 17 letters to Richard Cane, with carbons from Crane, all regarding the management of the Coonamessett Ranch Company.

2 - 7 National Bank of the Republic, 1915 - 1916
Date span: 07/27/1915 - 12/13/1916

Description: 44 TLSs from National Bank of the Republic to Richard Crane, with carbons from Crane to the Bank, all regarding Crane's accounts at the Bank.

2 - 8 National Bank of the Republic, 1917 - 1918
Date span: 01/24/1917 - 08/26/1918

Description: 26 TLSs from the National Bank of the Republic to Richard Crane, with carbons from Crane to the Bank, all regarding Crane's accounts at the Bank.

2 - 9 National Bank of the Republic, Receipts
Date span: 03/01/1915 - 07/03/1918

Description: About 40 receipts and statements for accounts and transactions of Richard Crane with the National Bank of the Republic.

2 - 10 Business Corresp., 1915 - 1916
Date span: 06/23/1915 - 12/26/1916

Description: 28 TLSs to Richard Crane, with carbons by Crane, all regarding business. Includes numerous letters from Francis Bennett Poe, 1 TLS from Byron R. Newton and 1 TLS from George F. Porter.

2 - 11 Business Corresp., 1917 - 1921
Date span: 01/13/1917 - 02/28/1921

Description: 40 TLSs to Richard Crane, with carbons from Crane, all regarding business matters.

2 - 12 General Receipts
Date span: 11/01/1915 - 03/16/1918

Description: 130 business receipts kept by Richard Crane.

3 - 1 General Receipts
Date span: 01/31/1916 - 06/01/1918

Description: 125 business receipts kept by Richard Crane.

3 - 2 General Receipts
Date span: 11/01/1915 - 08/04/1918

Description: 102 business receipts kept by Richard Crane.

3 - 3 General Receipts
Date span: 04/07/1915 - 07/30/1918

Description: 108 business receipts kept by Richard Crane.

3 - 4 General Receipts
Date span: 01/21/1916 - 11/17/1916

Description: 97 business receipts kept by Richard Crane.

3 - 5 Taxes Other than Income
Date span: 08/20/1915 - 07/11/1918

Description: 56 letters between Richard Crane (carbons) and various lwyers and government officials concerning Crane's taxes other than income taxes. Includes many letters from Lester Falk.

3 - 6 Contracts, Agreements, etc.
Date span: 09/15/1915 - 02/01/1921

Description: 4 contracts made out by Richard Crane including 3 leases and 1 financial plan.

3 - 7 Ephemera, etc.
Date span: 06/07/1916 - 12/05/1918

Description: 16 pieces of ephemera kept by Richard Crane, including 2 tickets to the Republican National Convention (7 Jun 1916), 1 ticket to the Progressive National Convention (8 Jun 1916), 1 booklet about the Allendale Farm, 2 articles by Baron Roman Rosen of Russia and 1 booklet by the American Red Cross (1918).

3 - 8 Ephemera, etc.
Date span: 05/08/1918 - 03/18/1919

Description: 15 pieces of ephemera and other printed materials kept by Richard Crane, including many pieces of ephemera from the Chevy Chase Club and printed material concerning the sale of boats and ships by the Navy Department.

3 - 9 New Citizens' Allegiance
Date span: 10/23/1915 - 04/10/1917

Description: 50 letters to and from Richard Crane all regarding the New Citizens' Allegiance and other activities and organizations dealing with the war-time immigrant population.

4 - 1 Czechoslovakia & Austria-Hungary
DATE: 05/09/1918

Description: 1 typescript of "The Slavs of Austria-Hungary," a work by Albert H. Putney (236 pp.).

4 - 2 Czechoslovakia
Date span: 04/10/1918 - 03/01/1930

Description: Various printed material and correspondence kept by Richard Crane all regarding Czechoslovakia and Crane's Ambassadorship there. Includes Crane's acceptance letter to Woodrow Wilson for the ambassadorship (draft, undated, 1 p.), excerpts from a letter (or letters) from Thomas S. Masaryk to Richard Crane (3 pp.), clippings of an article, "The Birth of the Czechoslovak Republic" by Charles Pergler, 1 pamphlet about Thomas S. Masaryk and a magazine featuring celebration of Masaryk's eightieth birthday.

4 - 3 Russia
Date span: 05/02/1917 - 10/05/1917

Description: 2 telegrams, 1 typescript and a newsclipping regarding the Russian Revolution. Includes 1 typescript on the situation in Russia by Alexander Petrukevitch, 1 memo on the American Commision to Russia: in re the Jewish delegate, 1 telegram (?) in code and 1 telegram (4 pp.) from John Horodyski.

4 - 4 Clippings
Date span: 10/21/1915 - 03/23/1918

Description: Newsclippings kept by Richard Crane, many of which mention Richard and Charles R. Crane.

4 - 5 Photographs
Date span: [08/09/1917]? - [11/01/1917]?

Description: 27 photographs kept by Richard Crane, including 3 large photos of Crane, 8 photos of an unidentified blimp (c. 1917) and at least 2 photos of Berry Hill Plantation with a letter accompanying them fro E. B. Keeley.

4 - 6 Manuscripts
Date: [01/01/1917]?

Description: 2 typescripts including 1 script of a speech made by Richard Crane concerning the Commission of Fine Arts (4 pp.) and a paper by Professor Snanik Hurgronje (???) entitled "Some of My Experiences with the Muftis of Mecca" (23 pp.).

4 - 7 Notebooks
Date span: [01/01/1913]? - [02/01/1920]?

Description: 2 notebooks, 1 of which was probably kept by Richard Crane, the other by A. W. Burket. The ledger kept by Crane concerns finances on the Middle Six Farm in South Boston, Va. The other ledger seems to regard bank deposits by Burket for the Cranes and may concern Berry Hill Plantation.

4 - 8 Notebooks
Date span: [01/01/1915]? - [02/01/1916]?

Description: 2 notebooks kept by Richard Crane. The first book is a visitors book kept by Crane and his wife, recording guests they entertained, including names such as Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt; M. and Mme. Jusserand; the ambassadors of Britain, Japan and Germany; Wilbur J. Carr; Oliver Wendell Holmes and Charles Evans Hughes. The second notebook is a ledger keptabout on various properties.

4 - 9 Notebook
Date span: 11/02/1917 - [06/03/1918]?

Description: 1 ledger kept by Richard Crane regarding accounts held in Dupont National Bank.

4 - 10 Miscellaneous Notes


Description: Notes kept by Richard Crane, including 2 manuscript pages of notes and six small doodles on note paper.

4 - 11 Card & Invitations (American Embassy in Prague)
Date span: [04/01/1919]? - [04/01/1922]?

Description: Business cards and invitations of Richard Crane, used during his time as U.S. Ambassador to Czechoslovakia.

5 - 1 Photograph (Mrs. Robert Lansing?)
Date: [01/01/1917]?

Description: 1 large photograph (13.5" x 10") of a woman, possibly Mrs. Robert Lansing.

5 - 2 Scrapbook
Date span: [03/26/1919]? - [08/12/1921]?

Description: 1 scrapbook kept by Richard Crane containing newsclippings mostly regarding Eastern Europe after the First World War.

5 - 3 Photo Album
Date: [01/01/1917]?

Description: 1 photo album of photos kept by Richard Crane, mainly consisting of photos of wild life and of European architecture.

5 - 4 Harvard, Class of '04 (Photo)
Date span: [01/01/1899]? - [01/01/1904]?

Description: 1 group photograph of Harvard's Class of 1904 with Richard Crane; undated.

5 - 5 Diploma, Harvard '04
DATE: 06/29/1904

Description: 1 mounted diploma (Bachelor's) of Richard Crane from Harvard University in 1904.

5 - 6 Diploma, Lawrenceville School
DATE: 06/19/1900

Description: 1 diploma (high school) of Richard Crane from Lawrenceville School, 1900.

5 - 7 Hand Stamp
NO DATE

Description: 1 hand stamp or seal which embosses, "Richard Crane, Department of State, Washington, D.C."


INDEX

AERIAL LEAGUE OF AMERICA - CORRESP. 1 - 1
ALLENDALE FARM - EPHEMERA 3 - 7
AMERICAN COMMISSION TO RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 12
AMERICAN COMMISSION TO RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 13
AMERICAN COMMISSION TO RUSSIA - REFERENCE 4 - 3
AMERICAN RED CROSS - EPHEMERA 3 - 7
AUCHINCLOSS, GORDON - CORRESP. 2 - 3
BARRETT, JOHN - CORRESP. 1 - 2
BERNSTEIN, HERMAN - REFERENCE 1 - 12
BERNSTEIN, HERMAN - REFERENCE 1 - 13
BERRY HILL PLANTATION - CORRESP. REGARDING 2 - 4
BERRY HILL PLANTATION - CORRESP. 2 - 5
BERRY HILL PLANTATION - LEDGER? 4 - 7
BERRY HILL PLANTATION - PHOTOS 4 - 5
BERRY HILL PLANTATION - REFERENCE 1 - 3
BERTHELOT, GENERAL - DOCUMENT 1 - 14
BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. - REFERENCE 1 - 11
BRANSON, EUGENE C. - CORRESP. 2 - 3
BRUCE, M. E., ESTATE OF - CORRESP. 2 - 5
BRUCE, MALCOLM G. - CORRESP. 1 - 3
BRUCE, WALTER - CORRESP. 1 - 3
BURKETT, A. W. - CORRESP. 2 - 4
BURKETT, A. W. - CORRESP. 2 - 5
BURKETT, A. W. - NOTEBOOK 4 - 7
CARR, WILBUR J. - REFERENCE 4 - 8
CHADBOURNE, EMILY - CORRESP. 1 - 4
CHALMERS, T. S. - CORRESP. 2 - 1
CHEVY CHASE CLUB - EPHEMERA 3 - 8
CHEVY CHASE CLUB - REFERENCE 1 - 2
CONTRACTS 3 - 6
COONAMESSETT RANCH COMPANY - CORRESP. 2 - 6
CRANE, CHARLES R. - CLIPPINGS 4 - 4
CRANE, CHARLES R. - CORRESP. 1 - 5
CRANE, CHARLES R. - REFERENCE 1 - 19
CRANE, CHARLES R. - REFERENCE 1 - 23
CRANE, CORNELIA - CORRESP. 1 - 6
CRANE, CORNELIA - CORRESP. 1 - 7
CRANE, ELLEN BRUCE - CORRESP. 1 - 8
CRANE, RICHARD - BUSINESS CARDS 4 - 11
CRANE, RICHARD - CLIPPINGS 4 - 4
CRANE, RICHARD - DIPLOMA 5 - 5
CRANE, RICHARD - DIPLOMA 5 - 6
CRANE, RICHARD - NOTEBOOK 4 - 7
CRANE, RICHARD - NOTEBOOK 4 - 8
CRANE, RICHARD - NOTEBOOK 4 - 9
CRANE, RICHARD - NOTES 4 - 10
CRANE, RICHARD - PHOTOS 4 - 5
CRANE, RICHARD - SPEECH 4 - 6
CUMMINGS, CHARLES L. - CORRESP. 1 - 9
CZECHOSLOVAKIA - REFERENCE 4 - 1
CZECHOSLOVAKIA - REFERENCE 4 - 2
CZECHOSLOVAKIA - REFERENCE 5 - 2
DIXON, LINCOLN - CORRESP. 2 - 2
DUNNE, EDWARD F. - CORRESP. 2 - 1
FALK, LESTER - CORRESP. 3 - 5
FRANCIS, DAVID R. - CORRESP. 1 - 10
GARTZ, RICHARD CRANE - CORRESP. 1 - 24
GOODWIN, CLARENCE - CORRESP. 1 - 11
GOTTHEIL, RICHARD - CORRESP. 1 - 12
HARPER, SAMUEL N. - CORRESP. 1 - 13
HARVARD CLASS OF '04 - DIPLOMA 5 - 5
HARVARD CLASS OF '04 - PHOTO 5 - 4
HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL - REFERENCE 4 - 8
HORODYSKI, JOHN - CORRESP. 4 - 3
HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS - REFERENCE 4 - 8
HURGRONJE, SNARIK(?) - MSS. 4 - 6
JARVIS, ANNA - CORRESP. 2 - 2
JEWS, RUSSIAN - REFERENCE 1 - 10
JEWS, RUSSIAN - REFERENCE 1 - 12
JEWS, RUSSIAN - REFERENCE 1 - 13
JEWS, RUSSIAN - REFERENCE 4 - 3
JUSSERAND, JEAN A. A. J. - REFERENCE 4 - 8
KEELEY, E. B. - CORRESP. 2 - 4
LANSING, ELEANOR (MRS. ROBERT)? - PHOTO 5 - 1
LANSING, ROBERT - REFERENCE 2 - 2
LAWRENCEVILLE SCHOOL - DIPLOMA 5 - 6
LOWDEN, FRANK O. - CORRESP. 2 - 3
MASARYK, THOMAS S. - CLIPPINGS 4 - 2
MASARYK, THOMAS S. - CORRESP. 1 - 14
MASARYK, THOMAS S. - CORRESP. 4 - 2
MASARYK, THOMAS S. - REFERENCE 1 - 10
MASARYK, THOMAS S. - REFERENCE 1 - 23
MIDDLE SIX FARM - LEDGER 4 - 7
MOTT, T. BENTLEY - REFERENCE 1 - 10
NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC - CORRESP. 2 - 7
NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC - CORRESP. 2 - 8
NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC - RECEIPTS 2 - 9
NAVY DEPARTMENT - EPHMERA 3 - 8
NEW CITIZENS' ALLEGIANCE - CORRESP. 3 - 9
NEWTON, BYRON R. - CORRESP. 2 - 10
NIESSEL, GENERAL - DOCUMENT 1 - 14
PAN AMERICAN UNION - CORRESP. 1 - 2
PATRICK, MARY MILLS - CORRESP. 2 - 1
PEARY, ROBERT E., REAR ADMIRAL - CORRESP. 1 - 1
PEER, SHERMAN - CORRESP. 2 - 2
PERGLER, CHARLES - ARTICLE BY 4 - 2
PETERS, ANDREW J. - CORRESP. 1 - 15
PETRUKEVITCH, ALEXANDER - TYPESCRIPT 4 - 3
POE, FRANCIS BENNETT - CORRESP. 2 - 10
POLISH MILITARY COMMISSION - CORRESP. 2 - 2
PORTER, GEORGE F. - CORRESP. 2 - 10
POST, AUGUSTUS - CORRESP. 1 - 1
PROGRESSIVE NATIONAL CONVENTION - EPHEMERA 3 - 7
PUTNEY, ALBERT H. - MANUSCRIPT 4 - 1
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION - EPHEMERA 3 - 7
REYNOLDS(?), MARGARET (LADY?) - CORRESP. 1 - 16
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. - REFERENCE 1 - 8
ROOSEVLET, FRANKLIN D. & ELEANOR - REFERENCE 4 - 8
ROSEN, ROMAN, BARON - EPHEMERA 3 - 7
RUSSELL, EMILY A. - CORRESP. 1 - 17
RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 5
RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 10
RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 13
RUSSIA - REFERENCE 1 - 19
RUSSIA - REVOLUTION 4 - 3
SCIENTIFIC AEROPLANE COMPANY - CORRESP. 1 - 1
SEXTON, THOMAS - CORRESP. 1 - 18
SHEPHERD, WILLIAM GUNN - CORRESP. 1 - 19
SHIBLEY, GEORGE HENRY - CORRESP. 2 - 1
SHIBLEY, GEORGE HENRY - CORRESP. 2 - 2
"SLAVS OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY" - MANUSCRIPT 4 - 1
"SOME OF MY EXPERIENCES WITH THE MUFTIS OF MECCA" - MSS. 4 - 6
STATE DEPARTMENT - CORRESP. 1 - 5
STATE DEPARTMENT - CORRESP. 2 - 1
STATE DEPARTMENT - CORRESP. 2 - 2
STATE DEPARTMENT - CORRESP. 2 - 3
TABOUIS, GENERAL - DOCUMENT 1 - 14
TAXES 3 - 5
WESTON, GEORGE F. - CORRESP. 2 - 4
WILLIAMS, ROGER H. - CORRESP. 1 - 21
WILLIAMS, ROGER H. - CORRESP. 1 - 22
WILLIAMS, ROGERS - CORRESP. 1 - 20
WILSON, WOODROW - CORRESP. TO 1 - 23
WILSON, WOODROW - CORRESP. TO 4 - 2
WOOLSEY, LESTER H. - CORRESP. 2 - 2
WYVELL, MANTON M. - CORRESP. 2 - 1
ZNAMIECKI, ALEXANDER - CORRESP. 2 - 2


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