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John Spargo Papers

Collection Inventory

Addresses, speeches, essays, and other writings   

Box Folder

Miscellaneous items   

1 1

Fragments   

1 2

Spargo, Genealogical American Branch   1927-1945 

1 3

Dated and undated photographs   dated: 1906-1945 

1 4

Music of Ernest F. Jones. Montpelier , VT. words by Spargo   undated 

1 5

"Anthony Haswell, patriot, printer, and poet" Delivered to the Bennington Poetry Club. n.c. 12p.   undated 

1 6

"Bolshevism and the Orient" 11p   undated 

1 7

Isaac Tichenor 6p   undated 

1 8

"Lenine -- Germany -- Malinovsky" 12p   undated 

1 9

"More about Lenin's relations with Malinovsky" 15p   undated 

1 10

A great revolutionary Negro patriot priest [ Lemuel Haynes] 5p   undated 

1 11

The masque of the months. a play. 24p   undates 

1 12

A message to Young Isreal Junior. Written for the Courier n.p. 2p   1920-1921? 

1 13

[My association with Woodrow Wilson, to 1917] untitled and "unpublished" 12p   undated 

1 14

Not Guilty! A play. 29p   undated 

1 15

"Not Judas -- but Lucifer... A Nasonic play for three characters." 22p   undated 

1 16

"Not Judas -- but Lucifer... A Nasonic play for three characters." 22p   undated 

1 17

[Bennington history -- drafts]   undated 

1 18

"Pageant.. to show New Hampshire's contribution to the development og American Freedom." No Author, no t.p., n.p 7p   undated 

1 19

The return of Zachy Bolitho. by John Scott Hocking [ A Cornish Mystery] 11p   undated 

1 20

Thomas Chittenden. 13p   undated 

1 21

The Virgin. 9p   undated 

1 22

Spargo, John -- at 18 months, NYC enl. of original photo   

1 23

Cornish Places and Persons. Photos.   1876-1895 

1 24

Francis Kitz. Card of Membership to: Congress International Ouvrier Socialiste de Paris, 1889., The Socialist League. London. Jan 6, 1885. Social Democratic Working Men's Club... Homerton. 1881   1881-1889 

1 25

Certificate of attendance and examination in course on South Africa, Oxford University Extension, at Camborne, Michaelmas and Lent terms.   1894-1895 

1 26

Social Democratic Federation, Barry Original photo.   1895 

1 27

Candidate's card for election to Barry Urban Council   1897 April 5 

1 28

Delegate's card-- National Federation of Trade and Labour Councils. First Annual Congress... Barry Council   1897 July 17 

1 29

The Comrade. An Illustrated Socialist Monthly. N.Y.   1900- 

1 30

Delegate's card-- Democratic National Convention. London   1900 October 27 

1 31

Bristol Socialist Society Resolution. Preserved items of interest   1901 January 23 

1 32

Social Democratic Federation. A Social Evening... Farewell to Comrades Mr. and Mrs. Spargo... Card.   1901 February 1 

1 33

My Visit to the "Tolstoyan Colony" at Whiteway. Reprinted from "The Social Democrat."   1901 September 15 

1 34

Spargo -- Appreciation plaque. Ontario Socialist League   1902 January 

1 35

Workingmen's Cooperative Publishing Association. Cards of Membership.   1902 April 3, 1904 January 5, undated 

1 36

Taff Vale Decision. N.Y. Globe   1903 February 24 

1 37

Sketch of J.S.   1904 

1 38

Socialist Party of America. Membership Cards. John Spargo, Prudence Spargo, and Sarah M. Cleghorn.   1901-1913 

1 39

Socialist School   1904 December 31 

1 40

Commission as Probation Officer.   1906? Summer 

1 41

Rand School. Class Photo   1906 

1 42

Rand School. Plaque   1906 

1 43

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Boys in the mines.   1907-1909? 

1 44

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Children in textile industries.   undated 

1 45

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Under-fed school children.   1908?-1909 

1 46

The Revilutionary Black Gang. Allen Gutman(ed.) Includes John Spargo's "George Luks, An American Painter of Great Originality and Force..." for the Craftsman, v.12 (1907 September), pp 598-607   undated 

1 47

How shall I vote? [New York?] 4p.   1908? 

2 1

Socialism and "Equality" 4p   1908 

2 2

Photos (5) and pen and ink sketch of John Spargo   

2 3

"On becoming and American citizen" THE INDEPENDENT, p.994-1000   1908 October 29 

2 4

"Reviews of New Books on Socialism and Religion," THE REPUBLICAN.   1910 February 29 

2 5

International Socialist Congress-- Photo and autographs.   1910 August 

2 6

"MAC" The Coming Nation. 4p.   1911 January 14 

2 7

Newspaper reports of addresses on socialism in Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana and Washington states. Clippings.   1912 

2 8

Vermont Socialist News. v.2, douple #8-9   1912 August 

2 9

West, H pen-and-ink sketch of John Spargo. Rand School.   1912 January 

2 10

"Underwood is Given Praise," The Louisville Herald. Clipping   1912 February 13 

2 11

Socialist Meetings-- Bennington--   1912 

2 12

Sagamore Confrence. 2 photos. dated by John Spargo 1909? or 1914?   1909? or 1914? 

2 13

Progressive (Bull Noose) Party Scrapbook.   1913 May 20- July 3 

2 14

'Socialism and War" clipping announcing speech; University of South Carolina   1917 January 24 

2 15

Millitarism Statement. Old Bennington, Vt   1915 December 25 

2 16

Red, White and Blue book of the American Labor Movement (A.A.L.D.) N.Y. 15p   1917 

2 17

"Socialism and war" clipping announcing speech; University of S.C.   1917 January 24 

2 18

Letter to Germer, S.P. National Sec., Explains refusal to sign Proclomation on War   1917 February 9 

2 19

Pass to Visit Tom Mooney   1917 March 8 

2 20

Socialist controversey over War-- 1917-1918. Clippings on Portland, Eugene?, Tacoma speeches   1917 March 

2 21

"Bolshevism From the Democratic View-Point."   1920 

3 1

'Social Revolution in Theory and Practice"   1920 

3 2

"The Alien and American Political Party Organization"   1920 January 

3 3

"Russia as an American Prolem, review.   1920 February 

3 4

"Will Not Rejoin Socialist Party"   1920 February 

3 5

"No Room in America for Patriotic Viciousness," in symposium "How can the Ex-Solier Best Fulfill His Obligation As a Citizen?" The Home Sector,   1920 February 21 

3 6

"Aliens and the Socialist Party," letter to the editor of the New York Times.   1920 February 23 

3 7

"The Evolution of Bolshevism in Russia: 1917-1920"   1920 

3 8

"Russian as an American Problem," extract dated 1920 March 9   1920 March 

3 9

"Russia's Tragedy and Promise," review of From Liberty to Brest-Litovsk, by Adriana Tyrkova-Williams, Bolshevik Russia, by Etienne Antonelli and Open Gates to Russia, by Malcolm W. Davis.   1920 Spring 

3 10

"Our Russian Policy, Past, Present and Future."   1920 Spring 

3 11

"Can We do anything for Russia?"   1920 mid April 

3 12

"Our Polict Towards Russia."   1920 May 

3 13

"Reaching the Immigrant Through Books," Publishers Weekly,   1920 May 22 

3 14

Bolshevism, Pan-Islamism and the Orient."   1920 February-August 

3 15

"JApanese Imperialsim and Russia."   1920 mid 

3 16

"The Future of the Christion Church and its Ministry"   1920 May-June 

3 17

"More About Preaching and the Ministry" The Christian Century.   1920 July 22 

3 18

"The Greatest Failure in All History"   1920 August 

3 19

Letter to Governor J.M. Cox of Ohio, re: Wartime Persecutions.   1920 August 12 

3 20

"The Public in Industrial Warfare" The Independent   1920 August 14 

3 21

"Russian Peoples Want Self-Government Within a Great Federated Republic," New York Evening Post   1920 August 21 

3 22

"The Status of Trade Unions in Societ Russia" The Weekly Review.   1920 September 1, 8 

3 23

"Is Preaching Futile?" The Christian Century.   1920 September 30 

3 24

Certificate of share holdings with The Twentieth Century Press (1912)   undated 

3 25

Pasport, miscellaneous items for trip to Europe   1920 September- November 

3 26

"Vanderlip Showed 'Harding's Letter to Many in London" Artile about Spargo   undated 

3 27

Proposed draft of letter (Sweden to Russia)   1920 September 

3 28

[Memorandum for the Washington Confrence, of Russia and China]   1920 November 

3 29

"H.G. Wells Lost in the Russian Shadow," New York Times Magazine   1920 December 3-13 

3 30

"Sees Red Peril," clippings of Cleveland Chamber of Commerce speech.   1920 December 14 

3 31

Card from the Bishop of Washington acknowledging gift   after 1920 December 

3 32

"Memorandum on Russian Policy."   1921 January 

3 33

"The Plain Truth about Germany," The Independent.   1921 January 15 

3 34

[Protest vs. anti Semitism]   1921 january 17 

3 35

"The Question of Soviet Gold; A Characteristic Example of Pro-Bolshevist Misrepresentation," letter to editor Courier Journal   1921 January 23-24 

3 36

"The Truth about Bolshevism and the Jew" Christian Century   1921 January 27 

3 37

"What Policy Ought the New Administration to Adopt Toward Soviet Russia?"   1921 March 

3 38

"Russia as a Problem of American Foreign Policy."   1921 April 28 

3 39

"The Confession of an Old Fogy I. Of Tapeworms and Pills, White Rats and Socialist Propoganda   undated 

3 40

"The Confessions of an Old Fogy I. Of Tapeworms and Pills, White Rats and Socialist Propaganda."   undated 

3 41

"Confessions of and Old Fogy II. Of Navvies' Nicknames, Cornish Miners, Methodists and Landlords and Marxian Socialism."   undated 

3 42

"Confessions of and Old Fogy II. Of Navvies' Nicknames, Cornish Miners, Methodists and Landlords and Marxian Socialism."   undated 

3 43

"Confessions of and Old Fogy III. Of Vagrant Moods, Sabotage, Building Houses and Revolution."   undated 

3 44

"Confessions of an Old Fogy IV. Of Red Symbols and Royal Fashions, Treason and Patriotism."   undated 

3 45

"Confessions of an Old Fogy IV. Of Red Symbols and Royal Fashions, Treason and Patriotism."   undated 

3 46

"Confessions of an Old Fogy V. Of Equal Suffrage and Democartic Ideals, Home Rule and Dodging Parliament."   undated 

3 47

"Confessions of an Old Fogy V. Of Equal Suffrage and Democartic Ideals, Home Rule and Dodging Parliament."   undated 

3 48

"The Japanese in the Russian Far East. A Memorandum with Illustrative Documents   1921 July 

3 49

"The Polish-Lithuanian Controversy."   1921 June 27 

3 50

"Bolshevist 'Frendship' for the United States"   1921 Summer 

4 1

"Suggestion for a Program of Action in Support of Democratic Russia"   1921 Summer 

4 2

Russia's Dismemberment a World Menace, table of contents   1921 July 

4 3

"The Bolshevist Role in Russia's Dismemberment," sixth chapter   1921 

4 4

Russia's Dismemberment a World Menance, manuscript   1921 July 

4 5

Letters to the editor condeming pamphlet "Who Rules Russia: The Personnel of teh Soveit Bureaucracy," Spectator   1921 July 22 

4 6

Letter to Charles E. Hughes and Herbert Hoover   1921 July 25, 26 

4 7

"Intellectual Workers in Soviet Russia."   1921 Fall 

4 8

"Disarmament and the Washington Conference."   1921 October-November 

4 9

"The Reconstruction of the Social Order," speech appearing in Burlington Free Press to Klifa Club.   1921 December 1 

4 10

"Bennington's Greatness," Troy Times   1923 April 12 

4 11

"I'm Kind of an Old Cuss," Boston Globe   1923 April 22 

4 12

"Well, What about the Jew in America? Burton J. Hendrick Show to be a Falsifier of History," The American Hebrew   1923 July 20 

4 13

"The Jew and the Nation," The Jewish Tribune   1923 August 3 

4 14

Summary of Round Table on Russia, manuscript   1923 August 

4 15

"The Fentons--Pioneer AMerican Potters."   1923 October 

4 16

"Soviet and Communist International," letter to the editor of The New York Times.   1923 December 20 

4 17

"Soviet's Record of Broken Pledges," letter to the editor of The New York Times.   1923 December 27 

4 18

"Soviet Recognition," articles in Washington Post.   1924 January 

4 19

Photos of Spargo with son.   1924 

4 20

Admittance card for Eastern Confrence of Progressives   1924 January 17, 18 

4 21

"Purpose Union of Aglo Saxons to Prevent War..." Banner   1924 January 22 

4 22

"The Russian Policy of the United States and Our Attitude Toward the Soviet Government."   1924 February 29 

4 23

Address at Woodrow Wilson Memorial Meeting   1924 February 7 

4 24

'A Letter of Confession and Challenge," The Outlook   1924 October 29 

4 25

The Players. A National Association of Lecturers, Musicians and Entertainers, season listing.   1924-1925 

4 26

Memo of Proposed agreement to write a history of Bennington   1925-1926 

4 27

Membership certificates in Vermont Historical Society   1925 January 20 

4 28

"Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga," Address to Green Mountain Boys.   1926 November 

4 29

[Address at the 19th Annual Pilgrimage to Rockingham, Vermont]   1925 August 3 

4 30

"Bennington Betters Older Garden of Eden," by "Norman" [Rockwell?] Boston Post   1925 August 4 

4 31

"Anthony Haswell, patriot, printer and poet," address to the Poetry Society or Southern Vermont.   1925 August 13 

4 32

"The Facts about the Design and Inscription of the Meeting House Marker."   1925 August 16 

4 33

Invitation to dedication of Macdonough Monument   1925 Spetember 11 

4 34

Memorial address for Charles Sprague Smith at Cooper Union.   1925 November 15 

4 35

Antiques, a monthly publication... adventures for The Potters, Potteries of Bennington, by John Spargo   1926 June 

4 36

"When and Where Was 'Old Glory' First Used?"   1926 Fall 

4 37

Summary of early history of the Methodist Church.   1927 May 19 

4 38

Notes on securing commemorative stamp and coin for Vermont Sesqui-cetennial.   1927 

4 39

"Vermont and the Stars and Stripes in 1777," an address   1927 February 23 

4 40

"Sonny [John Spargo Jr.] Collects 50 cent toll from Henry Ford."   1927 February 27 

4 41

'The Birthday of the Flag"   1927 Spring 

4 42

'A Confession of Faith"   1927, 1928 

4 43

"A Great Vermonter -- 1828-1928" [George F. Edmunds]   

4 44

"The Foe of Liberty and Progress" in the North American Review.   1928 April 

4 45

"The Advance in the American Labor Movement" in Yale Review   1928 April 

4 46

"Private Ownership"   1928 September 12 

4 47

Bequest of J.B. Wilbur, clipping   1929 June 15 

4 48

"Why I am No Longer a Socialist"   1929 February - March 

4 49

"Shaw Twits Spargo"   1929 January 18 

4 50

"Progressives and the A.F. of L." letter to editor of The New York Times.   1929 June 13 

4 51

"The True Story of Captin David Mathews and His State Line House..."   1930 

4 52

"Hoover--- and the New Phase."   1930 April 

4 53

Speech at Diocesan COnvention, St. Stephens Church, Middlebury, Vermont.   1930 May 20 or 21 

4 54

Pree accounts re. Cabinet Post.   1930 June - July 

4 55

Speech at Windham County Historical Society annual meeting.   1930 August 13 

4 56

"The Soviet Union: The Question of Recognition. II" in Current History.   1930 September 

4 57

"Hoover -- The New Phase," in The North American Review.   1931 April 

4 58

"The Duty of the Utilities to Present Their Case," in Public Utilities Fortnightly   1931 April 16 

5 1

"American Individualism Triumphant," in Nation's Business   1931 May 

5 2

Commission as Chairman Vermont Bicentennial   1931 July 3 

5 3

Social effects of Govenment Competition in Industry.   1931 July 9 

5 4

Photo, Historical Exercises   1931 August 

5 5

"Amperes and Industrial Statemanship," an Address   1931 September 9-11 

5 6

"Bureaucracy the Foe of Liberty and Progress," an address.   1931 November 24 

5 7

"Aristotle and the Dust Mop," an Address.   1932 April 27 

5 8

Torn Manuscript   1932 August 1 

5 9

"Socialist Half Truths."   1932 September 15 

5 10

"The Negation of Reason"   1932 October 29 

5 11

"Socialized Individualism America's Hope," an Address   1932 November 

5 12

"The Fall of the First Republic"   1933 

5 13

"Spargo Sees No Faith in Soviet," clipping   1933 April 19 

5 14

"Fifteen Years of Reconstruction and Re-adjustment," an address   1933 November 11 

5 15

"Private Property and Enterprise Essential to Social Progress"   1933-1934 Winter 

5 16

Address... at the Coolidge Pilgrimage, Plymouth Vermont.   1934 August 3 

5 17

Invitation to Madison Memorial Day   undated 

5 18

"Time Presage Liberty's Fall..." address   1934 August 4 

5 19

"Weston Good Example of Vt. Village Life" an address   1934 August 11 

5 20

Historical Exercises, Programs   1934 August 19 

5 21

[Campaign speech in Maine, no title]   1934 

5 22

[Campaign speeches in Rutland and Burlington, no titles]   1934 December 

5 23

"Probelms of Economic Recovery within the Constitution," an address   

5 24

Letter of designation as Chairman of Commission   1935 March 27 

5 25

Letter of designationas Chairmand of Commission   1935 May 9 

5 26

"Spargo Reviews Eight Years as Head of Historical Society"   1935 January 16 

5 27

"Washington and the Vermont Heritage," an address   1935 February 22 

5 28

Appointed Contract Labor Investigator, misc. items.   1935 April 22 

5 29

"Bishop Booth -- In Memorium. Patience, Understanding, and Generosity."   1935 July 6 

5 30

"The Constitution Our Nobelst Heritage and Our Greatest Hope," an address.   1935 September 17 

5 31

"Constitution Menaced Declares Spargo"   1935 September 18 

5 32

"Constitution Greatest Issue Since Slavery."   1935 October 31 

5 33

"Republicans must choose."   1935 December 

5 34

Hoover Articles, etc.   1935-1936 

5 35

Invitation to Liberty League Dinner.   1936 January 25 

5 36

"Didi Hoover Help the Farmer?"   1936 February 22 

5 37

"John Spargo on Wilson and Lincoln -- and Hoover."   1936 February 25 

5 38

"Second Thoughts about the Black Committee. Spargo Spanks Gibson."   1936 March 

5 39

"Senator Borah's Nomination Means Roosevelt's Election."   1936 April 

5 40

Speech to Burlington [Vt.] Republican club.   1936 April 15 

5 41

"Let us Draft Mr. Hoover"   1936 May 24 

5 42

Bennington Garden Club, exhibitor's cards.   1936 July 15 

5 43

Clippings -- 1936 Campaign   1936 October 

5 44

"Issues ub the Campaign," an address   1936 October 

5 45

[Lincoln Day] address to Boston Republicans.   1937 February 12 

5 46

"The Champlain Valley in History."   1937 May 9 

5 47

"Green an A.F. of L. Defended."   1937 July 

5 48

"Spargo Sees Court Plan as Deadliest Assault."   1937 April 24 

5 49

"John Spargo Supports Plea of Senator Borah."   1937 August 7 

5 50

"Calvin Coolidge, Spirit of Vermont Incarnate"   1937 August 8 

5 51

"The Historical Museum as a Vital Force," an address   1937 September 4 

5 52

"Exhibition of Poor Taste," letter to editor of Free Press.   1937 September 4 

5 53

"Postage Stamps of Germany Teach World Excelent Lesson in Economics"   1937 October 11 

5 54

[Iron mining and smelting in Bennington, Vermont, 1786-1842]   1937 December 

5 55

[Religious Oaths in Early Vermont]   

5 56

"Portraiture of Ethan Allen,' Letter to editor of Free Pree   1938 May 14 

5 57

"... Commencement address..."   1938 June 10 

5 58

"Historical and beautiful Lake Champlain Described," an address   1938 June 2 

5 59

"Mr. Hoover to Campaign," letter to New York Herald Tribune.   1938 July 25 

5 60

[Methodism] Sendgate -- Its Challenge and its Opportunity," an address   1938 

5 61

"Church Life Able to Meet Human Needs," an address   1938 September 3 

5 62

 1938 November11 Address at Bennington Lodge of Perfection   

5 63

World Fair Opening Invitation.   1939 April 1 

5 64

"Things We Should Know about the Mark Master Degree."   1939 May 8 

5 65

"Spargo Tells Swanton of Earlier Days," an address   1938 August 18 

5 66

"Historical Relations Between Organized Masonry in Massachusetts and Organized Masonry in Vermont."   1939 

5 67

Address at St. Peter's Church, [Bennington, Vt.]   1939 April 30 

5 68

Program of Masonic Installation   1939 April 18 

5 69

Address [to] Temple Chapter #8, R[oayal] A[rich] Masons...   1939 April 24 

5 70

"A Letter from John Spargo to Senator Capper."   1939 July 6 

5 71

"Brother Well Beloved -- Charles H. Johnson."   1940 

5 72

Article on Spargo for Hoover-Dewey ticket.   1940 June 8 

5 73

Letter to Sol Bloom on Land (lend?) Lease.   1941 January 18 

5 74

"Christmas 1941," poem   1941 

6 1

"Blackout Tonight," poem   1942 January 

6 2

"Hymn for Those Who Travel by Air," poem   1942 March 15 

6 3

"The Reprisal Murders," letter to editor of The Courant.   1942 June 12 

6 4

Poems (three)   1943 

6 5

"Ballad of Jesus, Son of Mary;" letter in reference to "Ballad of Jesus."   1943 June 

6 6

"Unjust Charge of "Slacker" Attacked."   1944 March 27 

6 7

"Willkie Concepts Not at all Clear." letter to editor of The Courant   1944 April 8 

6 8

"Old Ethan of Fort Ty. The Contribution of Ethan Allen to the Making of Vermont," a manuscript   1945 

6 9

"John Spargo, Friend of Lloyd George, recalls Their Early Struggles."   1945 March 28 

6 10

"Roosevelt Carried On 'Most Gigantic Task' in History, Says Spargo."   1945 April 16 

6 11

"Spargo Tell of His Visit to Mussolini."   1945 May 4 

6 12

"A Statement of Political and Social Faith."   1945 August 3 

6 13

Pro Memoria. B(etty). G(race). E(verett). Obit.   1945 August 15 

6 14

John Spargo, Jr., Did Atombomb Research.   1945 October 10 

6 15

"Historical Society 70 Years Old."   1945 December 20 

6 16

Cornish clippings   1946-1947 

6 17

"The Truth About a Memorial. A Personal Statement"   1946 February 15 

6 18

"Atom Bomb." a poem   1947 June 15 

6 19

Greetins from John Spargo. "Nestle down," poems   1947 September 1 

6 20

Memoir tape -- recorded by Columbia University, Oral History Project.   

6 21

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 22

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 23

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 24

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 25 

6 25

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 26 

6 26

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 26 

6 27

"Faith and Fun at Sunset"   1951 Christmas 

6 28

Masonic Membership Register   1952 

6 29

Foreword to Autobiography   1952 

6 30

"Mrs. Spargo Dies Suddenly at her Home." clipping   1953 February 18 

6 31

Correspondence and notes regarding Spargo family genealogy   1954 

6 32

Museum retirement correspondence and clippings.   1954 

6 33

Letters to the editor on McCarthy censure, wtih autographed photograoh of McCarthy   1954 June 12, 24 

6 34

Certificate of contribution to restore Old North Church St   1954 August 31 

6 35

Request for permission to reprint Bitter City of the Children.   1960 December 1 

6 36

"Religion, the Constitutional Amendment."   1962 July 21 

6 37

"A Vitally Necessary COnstitutional Amendment."   1962 July 21 

6 38

Letter to the editor..."Spargo Recalls Churchill, Gladstone, Trevelyan."   1963 

6 39

Research materials -- Socialism in America: 1901-1920   1963 May 

6 40

Barry Goldwater and the Republican Leadership.   1964 November 9,12 

6 41

Deed: John Spargo to UVM   1965 

6 42

Books given by John Spargo to UVM Library, partial list.   1964 July 28 

6 43

"John Spargo... Dies."   1966 August 18 

6 44

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Correspondence   

Box Folder

Correspondence: A   undated 

7 1

Correspondence: Abbott, E.H. Few Good items. Editor of The Outlook.   1923-1924 

7 2

Correspondence: Abbott, Rev. Dr. Lyman. Preacher and editor of The Outlook   1915-1920 

7 3

Correspondence: Ackerman, Carl W.   1924 

7 4

Correspondence: Addams, Jane. Social reformer. Not important. Two items.   1910-1924 

7 5

Correspondence: Adams, Gridley   1928 

7 6

Correspondence: Aiken, George D.   1936-1959 

7 8

Correspondence: Ethan Allen Commission   1936-1941 

7 9

Correspondence: Austin, Warren R., U.S. Senator, approximately 35 items   1927-1953 

7 10

Correspondence: Allen, Mel   1959 

7 11

Correspondence: Alexinsky, Gregor. Russian author and publicist   1928 

7 12

Correspondence: Anti-Semitism   undated 

7 13

Correspondence: American Collector   1937 

7 14

Correspondence: American Hebrew   1922-1937 

7 15

Correspondence: American Mercury   1935-1936 

7 16

Correspondence: Belcher, Hilda. American painter   1930 

7 17

Correspondence: Anthony, Hon. D.R. Member of Congress   1925 

7 18

Correspondence: Anthony, Susan B.   1903 

7 19

Correspondence: Antiques, Incorportated   1925-1926 

7 20

Correspondence: Appleton, W.A. English Labor Leader   1918-1920 

7 21

Correspondence: Arner, George B.L.   1911-1941 

7 22

Correspondence: Astor, Viscont. British peer   1921 

7 23

Correspondence: Allan, Ethan - concerning alleged portraits of Allen   1926-1939 

7 24

Correspondence: Aveling, Edward.Son-in-law of Karl Marx, husband of Eleanor, 2 pieces, not important   undated 

7 25

Correspondence: Avery, Martha Moore. Roman Catholic, ex-Socialist.   1929 

7 26

Correspondence: Awakener, The.   1934-1937 

7 27

Correspondence: Ba   undated 

7 28

Correspondence: Be   undated 

7 29

Correspondence: Bi - Bo   undated 

7 30

Correspondence: Br - Bz   undated 

7 31

Correspondence: Bach, Henry D. Councilor of Kerensky Embassy to U.S.   1921 

7 32

Correspondence: Baily, Consuelo (Northrop). Secretary to Senator Gibson of Vermont   1935-1955 

7 33

Correspondence: Baker, Ray Stannard. Biographer of Wilson, correspondence on historical matters, Wilson, and some daily topics.   1920-1934 

7 34

Correspondence: Baker, George Barr. American publicist - Russian relief problem.   1920 

7 35

Correspondence: Baker, Hon. Newton D. Former Secretary of War, worked on Russian and Jewish problems   1924-1933 

7 36

Correspondence: Bakhmeteff, Boris. Russian Ambassador to U.S. from Kerensky government   1919-1920 

8 1

Correspondence: Bakhmeteff, Boris. Russian Ambassador to U.S. from Kerensky government   1921 

8 2

Correspondence: Bakhmeteff, Boris. Russian Ambassador to U.S. from Kerensky government   1935-1951 

8 3

Correspondence: Ballou, Henry Lincoln   1934-1942 

8 4

Correspondence: Ballou, William John   1934-1941 

8 5

Correspondence: Bang, Dr. Gustav. Noted Danish Socialist solicited for Comrade.   1902 

8 6

Correspondence: Barker, Elsa. American poet and prose writer.   1903 

8 7

Correspondence: Barnes, Hon. George N. English cabinet minister. Gave letter of introduction to J.S. and S.D.L.   1921 

8 8

Correspondence: Barber, Hon. O.M. Judge, U.S. Court of Customs Appeals, on coinage bill   1925 

8 9

Correspondence: Barrett, John   1925-1937 

8 10

Correspondence: Baruch, Bernard Mannes. Many common enterprises starting with Industrial Conference 1919Russian problems, relief, help with finances.   1920-1951 

8 11

Correspondence: Bassett, T.D.S.   1948 

8 12

Correspondence: Beck, Hon, James M. Republican Congressman and lawyer   1920-1934 

8 13

Correspondence: Bax, Ernest Belford. English socialist, old associate of John Spargo   undated 

8 14

Correspondence: Beesly, Professor E.S. English positivist and author   1909 

8 15

Correspondence: Bennington, Battle of - painting   1937-1939 

8 16

Correspondence: Bennington Museum - blueprints   undated 

8 17

Correspondence: Bennington Museum, miscellaneous letters   1927-1953 

8 18

Correspondence: Bennington, town selectmen   1927 

8 19

Correspondence: Bernstein, Edouard. Famous German Socialist writer   1912 

8 20

Correspondence: Bernstein, Herman. American Jewish writer   1908-1935 

8 21

Correspondence: Berthoff, Rowland T. PhD Candidate writing on British immigrants   1950 

8 22

Correspondence: Beveridge, Albert J. U.S. Senator, was helped by John Spargo around 1907 in fight for National Child Labor Law   1907-1920 

8 23

Correspondence: Billings, Hon. Franklin S. Governor of Vermont   1925-1930 

8 24

Correspondence: Bingham, Hon. Hiram. U.S. Senator from Connecticut   1926-1929 

8 25

Correspondence: Blatchford, Robert. Famous English socialist author.   1896 

8 26

Correspondence: Bloom, Sol. U.S. COngressman   1931-1934 

8 27

Correspondence: Booth, Rt. Rev. Samuel Babcock   1927-1935 

8 28

Correspondence: Boardman, Mabel T.   1920 

8 29

Correspondence: Borrah, Hon. William E. U.S. Senator   1918-1936 

8 30

Correspondence: Borglum, Gutzon. American sculptor   1920 

8 31

Correspondence: Boudin, Louis B. Letter to Laidler on War policy   1917 

8 32

Correspondence: Bowers, Claude G. Writer and Diplomat. Correspondence on historical matters.   1926-1929 

8 33

Correspondence: Brandeis, Louis D.   1936 

8 34

Correspondence: Brandes, George. Danish Critic   1925 

8 35

Correspondence: Branting, H. Swedish Socialist Prime Minister, old associate.   1920 

8 36

Correspondence: Brett, George P. Head of Macmillan Company   1906-1921 

8 37

Correspondence: Breshkovsky, Catherine K.   1919 

8 38

Correspondence: Brewster, Bishop B. Bishop of Maine   1920 

8 39

Correspondence: Brewster, Ralph G. Governor of Maine   1926 

8 40

Correspondence: Brigham, Elbert S. Vermont Congressman   1926-1943 

8 41

Correspondence: Brigham, Clarence S.   1928-1929 

8 42

Correspondence: Brisbane, Arthur. Noted editorial writer   1905-1921 

8 43

Correspondence: Brooks, John Graham. Sociologist   undated 

8 44

Correspondence: Brown, Horace. Painter.   1933-1944 

9 1

Correspondence: Browne, William Bradford. Registrar of Deeds, Berkshire County   1927-1935 

9 2

Correspondence: Brush, George de Forest. Painter.   undated 

9 3

Correspondence: Bryan, William Jennings   1920 

9 4

Correspondence: Bryce, James Lord   1921 

9 5

Correspondence: Buchanan, Joseph R. Labor leader and editor.   1906 

9 6

Correspondence: Bunker Hill, Battle of (letters on sound of cannon being heard in Bennington)   1937 

9 7

Correspondence: Burton, Honorable Theodore E. Member of Congress   1926-1927 

9 8

Correspondence: Bushnell, George E.   1954 

9 9

Correspondence: Butler, Nicholas M. President of Columbia University   1921-1934 

9 10

Correspondence: Buttrick, Wallace. General Education Board   1924 

9 11

Correspondence: Byrd, Harry F.   1935 

9 12

Correspondence: Ca - Cl   undated 

9 13

Correspondence: Coa - Com   undated 

9 14

Correspondence: Con - Cook   undated 

9 15

Correspondence: Cool - Cz   undated 

9 16

Correspondence: Cady, Daniel L. Vermont poet.   1925-1939 

9 17

Correspondence: Carpenter, Edward. English poet and mystic.   1906-1907 

9 18

Correspondence: Cahn, Abraham. Jewish socialist and editor of "Forward"   undated 

9 19

Correspondence: Canby, Henry Seidel. Editor and Critic   1920-1928 

9 20

Correspondence: Cantacuzene, Princess (Julia Cantacuzene Speransky nee Sraut)   1919-1921 

9 21

Correspondence: Carpenter, Dr. J. Estlin. Theologian   1914 

9 22

Correspondence: Carpenter, Warwick S. Publicist.   1926 

9 23

Correspondence: Carton-de-Wiart. Countess, Belgium.   1918 

9 24

Correspondence: Carty, Reverend Thomas R. Priest of St. Francis de Sales   1923 

9 25

Correspondence: Cary, Elisabeth Luther. Biographer.   1902 

9 26

Correspondence: Century Company   1926-1937 

9 27

Correspondence: Chamberlain, Neville   1938 

9 28

Correspondence: Chapin, Henry D.   1907 

9 29

Correspondence: Chernais, M.P.G. La. Noted French socialist writer   1908 

9 30

Correspondence: Cheref, Spiridovich. Russian Czarist General   1925 

9 31

Correspondence: Child, Edwin B. Painter.   1930-1934 

9 32

Correspondence: Child, Richard Washburn. Diplomat and author.   1931 

9 33

Correspondence: Christian, George B. Secretary to the President.   1921-1923 

9 34

Correspondence: Christian Science Monitor   1919 

9 35

Correspondence: Churchill, Winston.   1920 

9 36

Correspondence: Cigrand, B.J.   1926 

9 37

Correspondence: Clark, E.T. Secretary to President Coolidge   1925-1927 

9 38

Correspondence: Clarke, Sir Caspar P. Director, of the Metropolitan Museum   1906 

9 39

Correspondence: Cleghorn, Sarah N. Vermont Poet and Pacifist.   1918-1935 

9 40

Correspondence: Clement, John   1924-1953 

9 41

Correspondence: Clynes, J.R. British Cabinet Minister.   1918 

9 42

Correspondence: Coates, Walter J. Vermont writer and editor.   1927-1934 

9 43

Correspondence: Colby, Bainbridge. Secretary of State under Wilson   1920-1948 

10 1

Correspondence: Colby, Nathalie. American novelist (Mrs. Bainbridge)   undated 

10 2

Correspondence: Coolidge, Calvin. U.S. President.   1920-1929 

10 3

Correspondence: Cole, G.D.H. English Fabian Writer   undated 

10 4

Correspondence: Colgate, James C.   1919-1935 

10 5

Correspondence: Conner, Jerome. Sculptor (The Roycroft St. Jerome)   1903 

10 6

Correspondence: Converse, Florence. Novelist.   1909 

10 7

Correspondence: Cook, George Cram. American novelist.   1912 

10 8

Correspondence: Cooley, Elizabeth F.   1937 

10 9

Correspondence: Coolidge, Marcus A. U.S. Senator.   1924-1925 

10 10

Correspondence: Copeland, Royal S.   1932-1933 

10 11

Correspondence: Cox, James M. Democratic Candidate for President.   1920 

10 12

Correspondence: Crane, Charles R. American Diplomat   1924 

10 13

Correspondence: Crane, Walter. English artist.   1901-1910 

10 14

Correspondence: Creal, George. Director of Propaganda in World War   1917 

10 15

Correspondence: Crockett, W.H.   1929-1930 

10 16

Correspondence: Crockett, W.H.   1924-1927 

10 17

Correspondence: Crockett, W.H.   1928 

10 18

Correspondence: Croly, Herbert. American author and editor   1919 

10 19

Correspondence: Cross, Wilbur. Governor of Connecticut. Editor of Yale Review.   1927-1935 

10 20

Correspondence: Crathers, Samuel M. American Essayist.   1909-1920 

10 21

Correspondence: Cudworth, A.E. Lawyer, Historian of Londonderry   1928-1929 

10 22

Correspondence: Curtis, Charles. U.S. Vice President   1933 

10 23

Correspondence: D   undated 

10 24

Correspondence: Dabo, Leon. American Painter.   1941 

10 25

Correspondence: Dale, Honorable Porter H. U.S. Senator   1927-1933 

10 26

Correspondence: Daugherty, H.M. Attorney General.   1921 

10 27

Correspondence: Davenport, Rt. Rev. G.W. Bishop of Easton, Maryland.   1934 

10 28

Correspondence: Davis, Dwight W. Secretary of War.   1927-1928 

10 29

Correspondence: Davis, Honorable James J. U.S. Senator   1931-1938 

10 30

Correspondence: Davis, John W. American Lawyer and Diplomat.   1924 

10 31

Correspondence: Davis, Norman H. American Diplomat   1921-1927 

10 32

Correspondence: Dean, Leon W.   1942-1944 

10 33

Correspondence: Debs, Eugene V.   1904-1908 

10 34

Correspondence: Dewey, Thomas E. Governor of New York   1944-1948 

10 35

Correspondence: Dillingham, Honorable W.P. U.S. Senator   1920-1922 

10 36

Correspondence: Dixie, Lady Florence. British author   1902 

10 37

Correspondence: Dole, Charles F.   1910 

11 1

Correspondence: Doak, Honorable W.N. Secretary of Labor, Hoover Cabinet   1930 

11 2

Correspondence: Dole, Nathan Haskell   1921 

11 3

Correspondence: Doubleday Page and Company, Doubleday Doran and Company   1920-1936 

11 4

Correspondence: Douglass, Benjamin W. American Author   1936 

11 5

Correspondence: Durant, W.C. American Author   1936 

11 6

Correspondence: E   undated 

11 7

Correspondence: Eames, Wilberforce. Bibliographer.   1925 

11 8

Correspondence: Easley, Ralph M.   1921-1928 

11 9

Correspondence: Earle, Ferdinand Pinney. Artist ("Affinity - Earle")   1907-1911 

11 10

Correspondence: Eastman, Max. American poet and radical   1914-1918 

11 11

Correspondence: Eaton, Walter Pritchard. Dramatic Critic   1917-1926 

11 12

Correspondence: Edmunds, Mary M.   1927-1936 

11 13

Correspondence: Edmunds Memorial Fund   1927 

11 14

Correspondence: Edmunds, Sterling E.   1934-1935 

11 15

Correspondence: Eeden, F. Van. Dutch Utopian   1917 

11 16

Correspondence: Eggleston, George Cary. American author   1908 

11 17

Correspondence: Ellis, George A.   1944-1952 

11 18

Correspondence: Ellis, George W.   1926 

11 19

Correspondence: Eliot, Charles W. President of Harvard.   1920 

11 20

Correspondence: Ely, Professor R.T. American Economist   1903 

11 21

Correspondence: Emerson, Lee E.   1952-1954 

11 22

Correspondence: Everett, Edward H.   undated 

11 23

Correspondence: Everett, Grace (Mrs. E.)   1945 

11 24

Correspondence: Exeter Diocesan Registry - Document Search   undated 

11 25

Correspondence: F   undated 

11 26

Correspondence: Fahnestock, W.W. Dorest, painter   1925-1948 

11 27

Correspondence: Fahnestock, Zephine H.   1923-1935 

11 28

Correspondence: Farley, James A. Postmaster General   1938 

11 29

Correspondence: Farrar, John. Poet and Journalist   1926-1927 

11 30

Correspondence: Fermi, Enrico. Noted Italian criminologist and socialist   1903 

11 31

Correspondence: Fess, Honorable Simeon D. U.S. Senator   1929-1936 

11 32

Correspondence: Finley, John H. Educator and author.   1920 

11 33

Correspondence: Fish, Frank L. Vermont Jurist   1925-1927 

11 34

Correspondence: Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. Vermont writer.   1925-1937 

11 35

Correspondence: Flanders, Ralph E.   1940-1950 

11 36

Correspondence: Fleetwood, F.G. Member of Congress   1924-1925 

11 37

Correspondence: Fletcher, Honorable H.P.   undated 

11 38

Correspondence: Flick, Dr. A.C.   1925-1937 

11 39

Correspondence: Ford, Henry   1923-1947 

11 40

Correspondence: Francisca, Anthony de. Sculptor.   1926 

11 41

Correspondence: Freeman, Rt. Rev. Jasper E. Bishop of Washington   1929-1936 

11 42

Correspondence: French, Daniel C. Sculptor   1906-1925 

11 43

Correspondence: Fry, Sherry. American sculptor   1925-1926 

11 44

Correspondence: G   undated 

12 1

Correspondence: Gade, John A.   1920-1921 

12 2

Correspondence: Garland, Hamlin. American author.   1920 

12 3

Correspondence: Gary, Elbert H. Steel trust President   1920-1922 

12 4

Correspondence: Gavronsky, Dr. J.O. Kerensky's Associate.   1918-1920 

12 5

Correspondence: Gay, Leon S.   1937-1949 

12 6

Correspondence: Geddes, Sir Aukland   1921 

12 7

Correspondence: Genealogy (miscellaneous letters)   1925-1927 

12 8

Correspondence: George, Henry Jr. Single taxer, author, and lecturer   1905 

12 9

Correspondence: Gerard, James W. Ambassador to Germany   1920-1928 

12 10

Correspondence: Ghent, W.J. Sociologist.   1903-1937 

12 11

Correspondence: Gibson, Honorable Ernest W. Representative and Senator   1925-1935 

12 12

Correspondence: Gibson, Ernest W. Jr.   1935 

12 13

Correspondence: Giddings, Franklin H.   1906-1921 

12 14

Correspondence: Gildersleeve, Virginia C. Dean of Barnard   1920 

12 15

Correspondence: Gilman, Charlotte P. Writer and lecturer   1908 

12 16

Correspondence: Glover, Waldo F.   1936 

12 17

Correspondence: Glass, Carter. U.S. Senator.   1927-1937 

12 18

Correspondence: Goebel, George H.   1919-1949 

12 19

Correspondence: Goldman, Emma. Anarchist Leader   undated 

12 20

Correspondence: Gompers, Samuel. Labor leader   1919-1923 

12 21

Correspondence: Graham, HOrace F. Former Governor of Vermont   1927-1928 

12 22

Correspondence: Grant, Robert. Author and jurist.   1921 

12 23

Correspondence: Gray, George. Jurist   1920 

12 24

Correspondence: Greene, Honorable Frank L. U.S. Senator   1923-1929 

12 25

Correspondence: Greer, Rt. Rev. David H. Bishop of New York   1908 

12 26

Correspondence: Grenfell, Lady   1933 

12 27

Correspondence: Guthrie, Donald. Author of "The Pin Peddler"   1927 

12 28

Correspondence: Ha   undated 

12 29

Correspondence: Hapgood, Norman. Author and publicist   1922 

12 30

Correspondence: He-Hi   undated 

12 31

Correspondence: Ho - Hz   undated 

12 32

Correspondence: Harcourt, Brace and Company   1921 

12 33

Correspondence: Haug, Charles. Swedish-American Sculptor   1927 

12 34

Correspondence: Hadley, Arthur T. President of Yale University   1919-1920 

12 35

Correspondence: Hale, Beatrice Forbes R. Author and Lecturer   1920 

12 36

Correspondence: Hall, Bolton. Author, single taxer   1904 

12 37

Correspondence: Halsey, Stuart and Company   1920-1921 

12 38

Correspondence: Hammond, John Hays. Engineer   1921-1925 

12 39

Correspondence: Hard, Margaret D. (Mrs. Walter)   1926 

12 40

Correspondence: Hard, Walter. Vermont writer.   1934-1943 

12 41

Correspondence: Hardie, James Keir. British Labor M.P.   1907-1909 

12 42

Correspondence: Harding, Warren G.   1920-1921 

12 43

Correspondence: Harper and brothers   1919-1929 

12 44

Correspondence: Harper and Brothers, Royalty Statements and Contract   1918-1969 

12 45

Correspondence: Harris, Frank   1919 

12 46

Correspondence: Hart, A. Bushnell   1925-1930 

12 47

Correspondence: Hartford Courant   1934-1944 

12 48

Correspondence: Harvey, George. Editor and diplomat   1914-1925 

12 49

Correspondence: Harvey, Doris J. (Wilbur Library UVM)   1947 

12 50

Correspondence: Harwood, Charles E.   1925-1928 

12 51

Correspondence: Hasset, William D.   1928-1944 

12 52

Correspondence: Hastings, Honorable D.O. U.S. Senator   1936 

12 53

Correspondence: Haswell Family   1925-1930 

12 54

Correspondence: Hatfield, Honorable H.D. U.S. Senator   1933-1936 

12 55

Correspondence: Hayes, Lyman S. , William D. (son)   1928-1934 

12 56

Correspondence: Hays, Will H. Republican National Chairman   1919-1920 

12 57

Correspondence: Heald, George. Rector, St. Peter's Church, Bennington   1946-1948 

13 1

Correspondence: Heartman, Charles F.   1927 

13 2

Correspondence: Heinrichs, Waldo H.   1937 

13 3

Correspondence: Henderson, Rt. Hon. A. English labor Leader and statesman   1918 

13 4

Correspondence: Henderson, C. Hanford. Educator   1907-1910 

13 5

Correspondence: Hentz, H. and Company   1921 

13 6

Correspondence: Herron, George D. American author and socialist   1906-1920 

13 7

Correspondence: Herter, Christian. Assistant to Mr. Hoover, Commerce Department   1950 

13 8

Correspondence: Hertz, Emanuel. Authority on Lincoln   1931 

13 9

Correspondence: Hewitt, Arthur W. Vermont educator and poet   1921-1928 

13 10

Correspondence: Hibben, John Grier. President of Princeton University   1920-1924 

13 11

Correspondence: Higgins, Eugene. Painter   1948 

13 13

Correspondence: Hill, David Jayne   1920-1921 

13 14

Correspondence: Hillquit, Morris. American Socialist.   1916-1917 

13 15

Correspondence: Hobson, J.A. English economist   1902 

13 16

Correspondence: Hodges, George. Theologian   1914 

13 17

Correspondence: Holbrook, Stewart   1940 

13 18

Correspondence: Holt, Hamilton. Editor, publicist   1919-1934 

13 19

Correspondence: Hopkins, Ernest M. President of Dartmouth College   1920-1945 

13 20

Correspondence: Hopkins, John Henry   1935-1943 

13 21

Correspondence: House, Col. E.   1920-1932 

13 22

Correspondence: Howe, Judge Harland B.   1921-1940 

13 23

Correspondence: Howland, Fred A.   1925-1952 

13 24

Correspondence: Hsieh, Tehyi. Chinese publicist   1931-1950 

13 25

Correspondence: Hubbard, Elbert   1902-1921 

13 26

Correspondence: Huebsch, B.W.   1909-1948 

13 27

Correspondence: Hughan, Jessie Wallace. American socialist.   1911-1919 

13 28

Correspondence: Hughes, Charles Evans   undated 

13 29

Correspondence: Hoover, Herbert   1920-1934 

13 30

Correspondence: Hoover, Herbert   1935-1959 

13 31

Correspondence: Hoover, Herbert "Call to Hoover"   1936-1937 

13 32

Correspondence: Hoover, Herbert (xerox from Hoover Library)   1928-1937 

13 33

Correspondence: Hoover, Herbert (xerox from Hoover Library)   1937, 1962 September 

13 34

Correspondence: Hunter, Robert. Sociologist   1910-1937 

14 1

Correspondence: Hull, Cordell   1933-1943 

14 2

Correspondence: Hull, Honorable Morton D. Member of Congress   1923-1935 

14 3

Correspondence: Huntington, W.C.   1919-1920 

14 4

Correspondence: Hyde, Arthur M.   1937 

14 5

Correspondence: Hyndman, Henry M. English socialist   1901-1921 

14 6

Correspondence: I   undated 

14 7

Correspondence: Iglesias, Pablo. Socialist leader of Spain   1902 

14 8

Correspondence: Ilitch, Colonel. Serbian Representative in Paris   1918 

14 9

Correspondence: Ingerman, S.   1920-1921 

14 10

Correspondence: Insull, Samuel. Public Utilities Executive   1934-1935 

14 11

Correspondence: Irvine, Alexander. Writer and adventurer   undated 

14 12

Correspondence: Isaak, Abe Jr. Anarchist writer   1908 

14 13

Correspondence: Issaiev, V.   1920-1921 

14 14

Correspondence: Iyendga. Japanese publicist.   1919 

14 15

Correspondence: J   undated 

14 16

Correspondence: Jack, Cerise Carman   1919-1920 

14 17

Correspondence: James, George K. Merchant   1920 

14 18

Correspondence: Jenks, J.W. Economist   1920 

14 19

Correspondence: Johnson, Hiram W. U.S. Senator   1918-1921 

14 20

Correspondence: Jones, George F.   1934-1937 

14 21

Correspondence: Jones, M.B. Telephone executive   1925-1939 

14 22

Correspondence: Jordan, David Starr. Scientist   1920 

14 23

Correspondence: Jusserand, Jules M.   1921 

14 24

Correspondence: Kent, Dorman B.E.   1925-1929 

14 25

Correspondence: Kent, Dorman B.E.   1930-1937 

14 26

Correspondence: K   undated 

14 27

Correspondence: Kahn, Julius . Congressman   1921 

14 28

Correspondence: Kalpaschinkoff, A. Russian writer   1920 

14 29

Correspondence: Keck, Charles. American sculptor   1934 

14 30

Correspondence: Kelland, Clarence Budington   1919-1920 

14 31

Correspondence: Keller, Helen. Famous blind woman   1944 

14 32

Correspondence: Kellog, Frank B.   1927-1930 

14 33

Correspondence: Kelly, Edmond. Noted international lawyer   1908 

14 34

Correspondence: Kennedy, Charles Rann. Actor, dramatist   1908 

14 35

Correspondence: Kennan, George. American Journalist   1920 

14 36

Correspondence: Kerensky, A.   1921 

14 37

Correspondence: Kerfoot, J.B.   1926 

14 38

Correspondence: Kerrick, Harrison S. Colonel U.S., Flag historian   1928-1929 

14 39

Correspondence: Keyes, Honorable Henry W. U.S. Senator   1921-1927 

14 40

Correspondence: Keyes, Honorable Wade   1927-1933 

14 41

Correspondence: King, Beverly S. Architect and noted philatelist   1933 

14 42

Correspondence: King, William H. U.S. Senator   1920-1937 

14 43

Correspondence: Kingsley, Darwin P. Life Insurance President   1920-1930 

14 44

Correspondence: Kinsley, Earle S.   1925-1936 

14 45

Correspondence: Knittle, Ruth (Mansfield)   1927 

14 46

Correspondence: Knox, Frank. Publisher, Republican leader   1935-1941 

14 47

Correspondence: Knutsford, Viscount. British peer.   1928 

14 48

Correspondence: Konovaloff, A. Russian patriot   1927-1928 

14 49

Correspondence: Korloff, Baron S.A. Russian patriot   1921 

14 50

Correspondence: Krafft, Fred. New Jersey socialist   1919 

14 51

Correspondence: Kautsky, Karl   1908-1910 

14 52

Correspondence: L   undated 

14 53

Correspondence: Lafarque, Laura. Karl Marx's daughter   1907-1909 

15 1

Correspondence: LaFolette, Robert M. U.S. Seantor (The Elder)   1920 

15 2

Correspondence: Lamont, Thomas W. Banker   1932 

15 3

Correspondence: Landauer, Belle C.   undated 

15 4

Correspondence: Landon, Honorable Alfred M. Governor of Kansas   1936 

15 5

Correspondence: Lane, Franklin K. Secretary of the Interior   1919 

15 6

Correspondence: Lansing, Robert   1918-1921 

15 7

Correspondence: Lawrence, David. American journalist   1936-1954 

Correspondence: Lawson, Agnes K.   1933-1937 

Correspondence: Lecturing   undated 

Correspondence: Lee, H.W. English Social Democrat   1918-1922 

Correspondence: Lee, John P. Author of "Uncommon Vermont"   1925-1927 

Correspondence: Lefevre, Edwin. Author and journalist   1926-1929 

Correspondence: Lejeune, John A. Major General Marine Corps   1927 

Correspondence: Leslie, Gladys   1949 

Correspondence: Lewis, Edwin N.   1933-1937 

Correspondence: Lewis, J. Hamilton. U.S. Senator   1921-1934 

Box Folder

Correspondence: Lewis, Sinclair   1931 

15 18

Correspondence: Lie, Jonas. American painter.   undated 

15 19

Correspondence: Lillie, Ella Tilluine   undated 

15 20

Correspondence: Lippman, Walter. Publicist   1919 

15 21

Correspondence: Little, George E.   1937 

15 22

Correspondence: Littleton, Martin W. Lawyer   1933 

15 23

Correspondence: Lloyd, Henry D. American author   1902-1937 

15 24

Correspondence: Lloyd, William Bross. American radical   1906 

15 25

Correspondence: Lodge, Henry Cabot   1919-1924 

15 26

Correspondence: Loesch, Frank J.   1931 

15 27

Correspondence: Lorgworth, Nicholas. Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives   1925 

15 28

Correspondence: Lansbury, George. English socialist   1913 

15 29

Correspondence: London, Jack. Author   1902-1903 

15 30

Correspondence: Lowe, David. Scotch poet and columnist of the 1890s   1902 

15 31

Correspondence: Lowell, A. Lawrence. President of Harvard   1920-1937 

15 32

Correspondence: Luks, George. Painter   undated 

15 33

Correspondence: Lydenberg, Henry M.   1926-1930 

15 34

Correspondence: M   undated 

15 35

Correspondence: MacDonald, Ramsey   1910-1933 

15 36

Correspondence: Lyon, Matthew (correspondence about)   1945 

15 37

Correspondence: Mack, Julian W. Noted American Jewish Leader   1921 

15 38

Correspondence: Macmillan Company   1913-1921 

15 39

Correspondence: Maklakoff, V. Russian ambassador to France   1921 

15 40

Correspondence: MacNider, Hanford. Assistant Secretary of War   1927 

15 41

Correspondence: Maisel, Robert   1935-1945 

15 42

Correspondence: Mallock, W.H. English philosopher   1909 

15 43

Correspondence: Manning, Rt. Rev. W.F. Bishop of New York   1919-1949 

15 44

Correspondence: Marcosson, Isaac F. Journalist   1924 

15 45

Correspondence: Margolin, Dr. A.D. Ukranian Jewish writer   1925 

15 46

Correspondence: Markham, Edwin   1903-1911 

15 47

Correspondence: Marsh, Edward S.   1929-1930 

15 48

Correspondence: Marshall, Louis. Jewish leader, lawyer   1920-1927 

15 49

Correspondence: Martin, F.C.   undated 

15 50

Correspondence: Masonic, A - C   undated 

15 51

Correspondence: Masonic, D - F   undated 

15 52

Correspondence: Masonic, G   undated 

15 53

Correspondence: Masonic, H - L   undated 

15 54

Correspondence: Marx, Karl   1836-1882 

16 1

Correspondence: Marx, Karl. Photo   undated 

16 2

Correspondence: Marz-Engels Institute of Moscow - Request to John Spargo   1926 

16 3

Correspondence: Masonic M - O   undated 

16 4

Correspondence: Masonic P - R   undated 

16 5

Correspondence: Masonic S - Z   undated 

16 6

Correspondence: Masonic History letters   undated 

16 7

Correspondence: Mathews, J.M.   1929-1930 

16 8

Correspondence: Mc   undated 

16 9

Correspondence: Mc Cullough, H.P.   1923-1953 

16 10

Correspondence: McKee, James Elmer   1935-1950 

16 11

Correspondence: McCarthy, Joseph. Regarding McCarthy hearings.   1954 

16 12

Correspondence: McCormick, Robert R. Publisher of the Chicago Tribune   1933 

16 13

Correspondence: McCullough, Eliza H. (Mrs. J.G.)   1922-1936 

16 14

Correspondence: McMullin, Mrs. Stark   1936 

16 15

Correspondence: Mellon, Andrew W. Secretary of the Treasury   1925-1927 

16 16

Correspondence: Meredith, E.T. Secretary of Agriculture   1920 

16 17

Correspondence: Merwin, Samuel. American journalist   1926 

16 18

Correspondence: Meyer, Eugene   1936 

16 19

Correspondence: Miliukov, Paul. Russian statesman and author   1920 

16 20

Correspondence: Millard, Thomas F. Journalist, authority on Far East   1919 

16 21

Correspondence: Mills, Ogden L. Secretary of Treasury   1925-1936 

16 22

Correspondence: Monahan, MIchael. American Essayist.   1907 

16 23

Correspondence: Moody, Paul D. President, Middlebury College   1925-1927 

16 24

Correspondence: Morel, M. Compere. Famous French socialist leader   1918 

16 25

Correspondence: Morgenthau, Henry. Ambassadir to Turkey   1921-1934 

16 26

Correspondence: Moses, Honorable George H. U.S. Senator of New Hampshire   1936 

16 27

Correspondence: Mosher, Thomas B. Noted editor and printer   1903 

16 28

Correspondence: Moskowitz, Mrs. H. Advisor to Alfred E. Smith   1928 

16 29

Correspondence: Mott, Dr. John R. Y.M.C.A. War Work Director   1918-1920 

16 30

Correspondence: Moulton, Honorable Sherman R. Vermont Supreme Court Justice   1935-1938 

16 31

Correspondence: Mulligan, W.R.   1949 

16 32

Correspondence: Munford, Beverly B. Virginia Historian   1909 

16 33

Correspondence: Myers, Professor W. Starr. Author and political scientist   1934-1942 

16 34

Correspondence: N   undated 

16 35

Correspondence: Nevins, Allan   1950-1954 

16 36

Correspondence: Nabokoff, Constantine   1921 

16 37

Correspondence: Nazimova, Alla. Actress   1915 

16 38

Correspondence: New, Harry S. Postmaster General   1927 

16 39

Correspondence: Newton, A.E. Essayist and collector   1926 

16 40

Correspondence: New York Herald Tribune   1921-1941 

16 41

Correspondence: New York Historical Society   1926-1935 

16 42

Correspondence: New York State Economic Council, Incorporated. Merwin K. Hart   1936-1937 

16 43

Correspondence: New York Times   1921-1930 

16 44

Correspondence: New York, University of State of, Div. Archives, History   1925-1933 

16 45

Correspondence: Nickerson, Hoffman. Writer on American Revolution   1928 

16 46

Correspondence: Niles, Grace Greylock. Writer   1926 

16 47

Correspondence: Northumberland, Duke of. English peer.   1921 

16 48

Correspondence: Norris, George W. U.S. Senator   1923-1927 

16 49

Correspondence: North American Review (see also: Walter B. Mahoney)   1927-1934 

16 50

Correspondence: Nye, Mary G.   1933-1943 

16 51

Correspondence: O   undated 

17 1

Correspondence: Oberoutcheff, C.M. Russian Patriot   1919-1937 

17 2

Correspondence: O'Connell, D.J. Roman Catholic Bishop   1921 

17 3

Correspondence: Oldfield, Frank   1935-1936 

17 4

Correspondence: O'Leary, John J. Jr. Journalist and author   1921 

17 5

Correspondence: Olvany, George W. Tammany leader   1927 

17 6

Correspondence: Oppenheim, James   1913-1925 

17 7

Correspondence: O'Reilly, Miss Mary Boyle   1920-1921 

17 8

Correspondence: Organization of American States document search   1953 

17 9

Correspondence: Ortpm, Vrest. Printer   1927-1937 

17 10

Correspondence: Osborn, Norris G.   1921 

17 11

Correspondence: P   undated 

17 12

Correspondence: Page, Thomas Nelson. Author and diplomat   1921 

17 13

Correspondence: Page, Carroll S.   1919-1921 

17 14

Correspondence: Palmer, A. Mitchell. Attorney General under Wilson   1919-1920 

17 15

Correspondence: Palmer, E. Dorcas. Poet   1927 

17 16

Correspondence: Paltsits, Victor H.   1926-1927 

17 17

Correspondence: Panarettoff, S. Bulgarian minister   1921 

17 18

Correspondence: Pankhurst, Christabel. English Suffragist   1903 

17 19

Correspondence: Parker, Alton B.   1921 

17 20

Correspondence: Partridge, Honorable Frank C.   1927-1937 

17 21

Correspondence: Patten, Simon N. Economist   1906-1910 

17 22

Correspondence: Patterson, Roscoe C. U.S. Senator   1934 

17 23

Correspondence: Peabody Historical Society   1926 

17 24

Correspondence: Peach, Arthur Wallace   1930-1951 

17 25

Correspondence: Pechkoff, Marie. Gorky's wife   undated 

17 26

Correspondence: Pell, John. Biographer of E. Allen   1928-1931 

17 27

Correspondence: Pell, Stephen H.D.   1924-1937 

17 28

Correspondence: Pembree, Karl   1927 

17 29

Correspondence: Pepper, George Wharton. U.S. Senator, Church   1920-1949 

17 30

Correspondence: Pepper, Honorable Claude. U.S. Senator   1940 

17 31

Correspondence: Pergler, D. Charles. Story of his career, et cetera   1921 

17 32

Correspondence: Perkins, Honorable Frances. Secretary of Labor   1937-1941 

17 33

Correspondence: Pershing, John   1927-1934 

17 34

Correspondence: Pfister, Jean Jacques. Painter (Eleanot Holt Pfister)   1928-1936 

17 35

Correspondence: Phillips, David Graham   undated 

17 36

Correspondence: Pierson, P.T.H.   1922 

17 37

Correspondence: Pinchot, Gifford. Governor of Pennsylvania   1929 

17 38

Correspondence: Plechanoff, M. George. Russian Marxist   1902 

17 39

Correspondence: Plumley, C.A. Member of House of Representatives   1926-1944 

17 40

Correspondence: Poindexter, Miles. U.S. Senator   1918-1921 

17 41

Correspondence: Polk, Honorable Frank L. Assistant Secretary of State   1921-1922 

17 42

Correspondence: Post, Louis F. Single taxer   1919 

17 43

Correspondence: Powell, Max L.   1926-1928 

17 44

Correspondence: Proctor, Redfield. Former Governor of Vermont   1922-1943 

17 45

Correspondence: Proctor, Mortimer R. Vermont Marble Works   1926-1952 

17 46

Correspondence: Prouty, Winston L.   1953-1959 

17 47

Correspondence: Publisher's Account   undated 

17 48

Correspondence: Putnam, Henry W.   undated 

17 49

Correspondence: Putnam, Irene   undated 

17 50

Correspondence: R   undated 

18 1

Correspondence: Rainey, Henry T. Speaker of the House   1932-1933 

18 2

Correspondence: Rathorn, John R. Editor.   1920 

18 3

Correspondence: Rauschenbusch, Walter. Religious leader   1909-1918 

18 4

Correspondence: Ravi-Booth, Vincent   1922-1937 

18 5

Correspondence: Recchia, Richard H.   1937-1944 

18 6

Correspondence: Reeve, Sidney A. Engineer, author   1907 

18 7

Correspondence: Redfield, W.C. Member of Wilson's Cabinet   1919-1927 

18 8

Correspondence: Reid, Agnes G. (Mrs. A. Longstreet)   1953 

18 9

Correspondence: Reid, Whitelaw. American Ambassador to England   1908 

18 10

Correspondence: Renard, M. George. Noted French writer   1918 

18 11

Correspondence: Reppy, Alison   1937 

18 12

Correspondence: Republican Party, 1936 Presidential campaign work   undated 

18 13

Correspondence: Rhoads, Theodora   1944-1949 

18 14

Correspondence: Rice - Lindbergh. Pamphlet and letters on Lindbergh case   1933-1935 

18 15

Correspondence: Richards, Bernard G. American Jewish writer   1921 

18 16

Correspondence: Richardson, Dorothy. Writer   1906 

18 17

Correspondence: Richey, Lawrence. Secretary to President Hoover   1935-1936 

18 18

Correspondence: Rickard, Edgar   1935-1936 

18 19

Correspondence: Rickard, Edgar   1937-1948 

18 20

Correspondence: Rixford, Oscar A.   1935 

18 21

Correspondence: Robinson, Honorable A.R. U.S. Senator   1934 

18 22

Correspondence: Robinson, William J.   1920 

18 23

Correspondence: Rockefeller, John D. Jr.   1920-1951 

18 24

Correspondence: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano   1921-1944 

18 25

Correspondence: Roosevelt, Theodore   1918 

18 26

Correspondence: Rooselvelt, Colonel Theodore. Political leader, son of president   1920-1935 

18 27

Correspondence: Rosenwald, Julius. Jewish Merchant, Philanthropist   1919-1929 

18 28

Correspondence: Root, Elihu   1919-1933 

18 29

Correspondence: Ross, H.H. Grand Secretary of Vermont   1924-1925 

18 30

Correspondence: Ross, Sanford   undated 

18 31

Correspondence: Rostovtseff, Professor M. Russian Historian   1920 

18 32

Correspondence: Rowe, Professor L.S. Director of Pan-American Union   1922-1924 

18 33

Correspondence: Rowland E. Robinson Memorial Association   1937 

18 34

Correspondence: Rowse, A.L. English Historian   1959 

18 35

Correspondence: Rugg, Harold G.   1928-1935 

18 36

Correspondence: Rugg, Harold G.   1936-1950 

18 37

Correspondence: Russell, Charles Edward. Author and journalist   1919-1926 

18 38

Correspondence: Russell, George A.   1936-1945 

18 39

Correspondence: Sa - Sh   undated 

18 40

Correspondence: Si - Sm   undated 

18 41

Correspondence: So - Sz   undated 

18 42

Correspondence: Sack, A.J.   1920-1923 

19 1

Correspondence: Sack, A.J.   1924-1934 

19 2

Correspondence: Safford, Dr. Henry B. Author of "That Bennington Mob"   1935 

19 3

Correspondence: St. Gaudens, Annetta J. Sculptor.   1925 

19 4

Correspondence: Sanders, Everett. Secretary to Coolidge, Rep. Nat. Chairman   1932-1933 

19 5

Correspondence: Sanford, Mary   1917 

19 6

Correspondence: Sanger, Margaret. Birth Control Advocate   1925 

19 7

Correspondence: Sargent, John G. U.S. Attorney General   1925-1928 

19 8

Correspondence: Schiavi, Alessandro. Editor of "Avanti," Rome, Italy   1902 

19 9

Correspondence: Schlueter, Herman. Editor New York "Volkszeitung"   1908-1909 

19 10

Correspondence: Schuman, Frederick L.   1946 

19 11

Correspondence: Schwab, Charles M. Chm. Bethlehem Steel Co.   1921 

19 12

Correspondence: Schwab, Lewis M.   1921 

19 13

Correspondence: Scott, Joseph Brown. Noted journalist and author   1924-1925 

19 14

Correspondence: Scudder, Professor Vida. American educator and writer   19110 

19 15

Correspondence: Sedgewick, Ellery. Atlantic Monthly editor.   1917-1925 

19 16

Correspondence: Seitz, Donald C. American author   1933 

19 17

Correspondence: Shaw, Albert. Editor of the Review of Reviews   1918 

19 18

Correspondence: Shaw, Donald   1952 

19 19

Correspondence: Shaw, George Bernard   1918 

19 20

Correspondence: Shipton, Clifford R.   1944-1948 

19 21

Correspondence: Shouse, Jouett. Political leader   1934 

19 22

Correspondence: Siebert, W.H.   1936-1937 

19 23

Correspondence: Silver, Rollo G.   undated 

19 24

Correspondence: Sinclaire, Upton   1914-1961 

19 25

Correspondence: Singleton, Esther. Writer on Antiquarian subjects   undated 

19 26

Correspondence: Slemp, C. Bascom. Secretary to President Coolidge   1924-1925 

19 27

Correspondence: Slobodin, Henry L.   1920-1937 

19 28

Correspondence: Smith, Adele O.   1936-1937 

19 29

Correspondence: Smith, Alfred E.   1924-1926 

19 30

Correspondence: Smith, Honorable Charles M. Banker, Governor of Vermont   1927-1936 

19 31

Correspondence: Smith, Esme A.C.   1943-1952 

19 32

Correspondence: Smith, Goldwin. Famous Canadian historical scholar   1904 

19 33

Correspondence: Smoot, Honorable Reed. U.S. Senator   1932 

19 34

Correspondence: Snell, Bertrand H. Republican Congressman   1925-1937 

19 35

Correspondence: Snowdon, Lord Philip   1915-1918 

19 36

Correspondence: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Vermont   undated 

19 37

Correspondence: Southwick, John L.   1923 

19 38

Correspondence: Spalding, Rt. Rev. F.S. Bishop of Utah   1908-1913 

19 39

Correspondence: Spargo, James A. distant cousin   1947 

19 40

Correspondence: Spargo family, to and from John   1903-1937 

19 41

Correspondence: Spargo, Prudence Edwards - letters of condolence following her death   1904 

19 42

Correspondence: Spicer-Simson, T. Sculptor   1925-1926 

19 43

Correspondence: Stafford, Robert T. Governor of Vermont   1960 

19 44

Correspondence: Stafford, Wendell P. Jurist and Poet   1926-1927 

19 45

Correspondence: Stallbolm, C.   1903 

19 46

Correspondence: Statel Line House. Data concerning it and family   1930 

19 47

Correspondence: Stearns, Frank W. Friend of Coolidge.   1933 

19 48

Correspondence: Steffens, J. Lincoln. Journalist   undated 

19 49

Correspondence: Steiwer, Honorable F. U.S. Senator   1936 

19 50

Correspondence: Stimson, Henry L. Former Secretary of State   1935 

19 51

Correspondence: Stokes, Anson Phelps   1915-1945 

19 52

Correspondence: Stokes, J.G. Phelps   1909-1937 

19 53

Correspondence: Stokes, Rose Pastor   1907-1917 

19 54

Correspondence: Stone, Mason S.   1925-1930 

19 55

Correspondence: Straus, Nathan   1906-1930 

19 56

Correspondence: Straus, Nathan Jr.   1930 

19 57

Correspondence: Strauss, Oscar S. Cabinet Officer and diplomat   1908-1921 

19 58

Correspondence: Stowe, Walter H.   1935 

19 59

Correspondence: Strunsky, Simeon   1921 

19 60

Correspondence: Stryker, Lloyd Paul. Biographer of Andrew Johnson   1929 

19 61

Correspondence: Supreme Court Issue   1937 

19 62

Correspondence: Sutherland, George. Justice, Supreme Court, U.S.   1921-1937 

19 63

Correspondence: Sutherland, Sir William. Private Secretary to Lloyd George   1918 

19 64

Correspondence: T   undated 

20 1

Correspondence: Taft, Henry W. Lawyer   1921-1928 

20 2

Correspondence: Taft, William Howard   1918-1927 

20 3

Correspondence: Tarbell, Ida M. Journalist and author   1912-1920 

20 4

Correspondence: Tariff - Photographs   undated 

20 5

Correspondence: Tchaykovsky, N.M. Famous Russian revolutionist   1920 

20 6

Correspondence: Tchertkoffi, V. Russian Tolstoyan   undated 

20 7

Correspondence: Teller, Charlotte. Writer   undated 

20 8

Correspondence: Thomas, Herbert   1919-1920 

20 9

Correspondence: Thomas, M. ALbert. Noted French socialist minister   1918 

20 10

Correspondence: Thompson, Alex M. English writer ("Dangle")   undated 

20 11

Correspondence: Thompson, Sir Basil H. Head of Scotland Yard   1921 

20 12

Correspondence: Thorne, Will, M.P. Noted English labor leader   1918 

20 13

Correspondence: Tilson, Honorable J.Q. COngressman, Republican leader   1928-1932 

20 14

Correspondence: TiHoni, Signor Tommaso. Italian diplomat and statesman   1921 

20 15

Correspondence: Towne, Charles Hanson. Poet and editor.   1919 

20 16

Correspondence: Tranbel, Horace. Whitman's executor.   1906 

20 17

Correspondence: Treadway, Allen T.   1927-1937 

20 18

Correspondence: Trigg, Oscar Lovell. Writer   1902 

20 19

Correspondence: Truman, Harry S.   1946-1948 

20 20

Correspondence: Trumbull, John H. Governor of Connecticut   1926 

20 21

Correspondence: Tucker, Irwin St. John. Chairman of Res. Committee AALD Convention.   1917 

20 22

Correspondence: Tuttle, Charles E.   1925-1928 

20 23

Correspondence: Tuttle, Charles E.   1929-1940 

20 24

Correspondence: U   undated 

20 25

Correspondence: Underwood, Oscar W. U.S. Senator   1924 

20 26

Correspondence: V   undated 

20 27

Correspondence: Vail, R.W.G.   1931-1937 

20 28

Correspondence: Vandenberg, Honorable A.H. U.S. Senator, Michigan   1935-1948 

20 29

Correspondence: Van de Water, Frederic F.   1941 

20 30

Correspondence: Van Doren, Carl. American author   1949 

20 31

Correspondence: Van Dyke, Reverend H.W. Noted Publisher and Writer   1920-1928 

20 32

Correspondence: Van Dyck, Rt. Reverend Vedder. Bishop of Vermont   1935-1959 

20 33

Correspondence: Verestchagin, V. Noted Russian painter   1902 

20 34

Correspondence: Vermont Commission on Local Records   1935 

20 35

Correspondence: Vermont Guild of Old Time Grafts and Industries   1936 

20 36

Correspondence: Vermont Historical Society (miscellaneous administrative letters)   1929-1939 

20 37

Correspondence: Sister Mary Veronica   1940-1954 

20 38

Correspondence: Vestal, Honorable A.H.   1925 

20 39

Correspondence: Vestal, S.C. Military writer   1924 

20 40

Correspondence: Vrooman, Isaac H., Jr. S.A.R. Albany, New York   1927 

20 41

Correspondence: Wa - Wh   undated 

20 42

Correspondence: Wi - Wz   undated 

20 43

Correspondence: Wallace, Alfred Russell   1897-1902 

20 44

Correspondence: Walling, W. English   1916 

20 45

Correspondence: Walling, W.E.   1920 

20 46

Correspondence: Walsh, Reverend Edmund A. Catholic Scholar   1933 

20 47

Correspondence: Warburg, J.P. Financial Authority   undated 

21 1

Correspondence: Wardner, Henry S. Vermont Historian   1925-1927 

21 2

Correspondence: Wardner, Henry S.   1928-1935 

21 3

Correspondence: Washburn, Stanley. American writer   1920-1945 

21 4

Correspondence: Washington Benevolent Society (correspondence about WBS)   1929 

21 5

Correspondence: Webb, Sidney. Lord Passmore   1915 

21 6

Correspondence: Weeks, John E. Governor and Congressman   1926-1932 

21 7

Correspondence: Weir, J. Allen. Painter   1907 

21 8

Correspondence: Weld, Reverend Eric A. Headmaster, Holderness School   1933-1946 

21 9

Correspondence: Wellington, Mary P.   1945-1947 

21 10

Correspondence: Westcott, Edith C. (About writing biography of John Spargo)   1929 

21 11

Correspondence: Wheeler, E. Post. Diplomat and writer   1920-1948 

21 12

Correspondence: White, Bouck   1916 

21 13

Correspondence: White, Georgia   1937 

21 14

Correspondence: White, William Allen. Editor and author   1918 

21 15

Correspondence: Whitlock, Brand. Ambassador to Belgium   1920 

21 16

Correspondence: Wickersham, G.W. Former U.S. Attorney General   1920-1935 

21 17

Correspondence: Wilbur, Curtis Dwight. Secretary of the Navy   1927 

21 18

Correspondence: Wilbur, James B.   1922-1926 

21 19

Correspondence: Wilbur, James B.   1927-1929 

21 20

Correspondence: Wilcox, E.H.   1920 

21 21

Correspondence: Willcox, Edwin W.   1935 

21 22

Correspondence: Wilder, Arthur B. Painter   1927-1928 

21 23

Correspondence: Wilente, David T. Prosecutor of Hauptman   1935 

21 24

Correspondence: Wilkinson, Florence. American poet   1906 

21 25

Correspondence: Willard, Daniel   1926-1937 

21 26

Correspondence: Williams, Benjamin   undated 

21 27

Correspondence: Wilkie, Wendel L.   1935 

21 28

Correspondence: Wills, William H.   1936-1945 

21 29

Correspondence: Wilson, Arthur B.   undated 

21 30

Correspondence: Wilson, Stanley C. Governor of Vermont   1932-1933 

21 31

Correspondence: Wilson, Woodrow   1917-1924 

21 32

Correspondence: Winont, John E. Governor of New Hampshire   1926 

21 33

Correspondence: Wise, Stephen S. Jewish leader.   1920-1925 

21 34

Correspondence: Woll, Matthew. Vice President of A.F.L.   1929 

21 35

Correspondence: Woodruff, Honorable Henry H. and other War Department officials   1940 

21 36

Correspondence: Woodruff, Major Charles E.   1906-1909 

21 37

Correspondence: Woodward, Reverend Donald   1954 

21 38

Correspondence: Work, Honorable Hubert. Secretary of the Interior   1927 

21 39

Correspondence: Wright, Butler. American Diplomat   1921-1926 

21 40

Correspondence: Wright, Richardson. American author and editor   1925 

21 41

Correspondence: Y   undated 

21 42

Correspondence: Young, Barbara. American poet   undated 

21 43

Correspondence: Young, Owen D. Financier, executive   1934 

21 44

Correspondence: Z   undated 

21 45

Correspondence: Zwick, Pierre   1937-1939 

21 46

Correspondence: Unidentified   1908-1962 

21 47

Correspondence: Unidentified   undated 

21 48

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - miscellaneous papers   1925-1927 

22 1

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - miscellaneous on commemorative coin   1925-1927 

22 2

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - miscellaneous on commemorative coin   1925-1927 

22 3

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - miscellaneous on commemorative coin   1925-1927 

22 4

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - miscellaneous on commemorative stamp   1925-1927 

22 5

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - speeches and addresses at celebrations   1927 

22 6

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - reports, minutes of meetings   1925-1927 

22 7

Correspondence: Vermont Sesquicentennial Commission - invitations to celebration, replies   1927 

22 8

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Autographs   

Scope and Content Note

Over the last sixty years of his long life, John Spargo collected a wide range of antiquarian books and manuscripts. While most of these pertained to the history of Bennington, Vermont, Spargo also acquired a number of autographs and manuscripts of notable Americans and Europeans. Spargo kept all of these manuscripts together as one collection, and when he donated his personal papers to the University of Vermont in 1963, the Spargo Autographs constituted part of the gift.

The Spargo Autographs consist of three cartons of manuscripts, photographs, typescripts, and miscellaneous paper items. These range chronologically from 1684 to 1939, and geographically from Bennington, Vermont to Spain. The collection arrangement is alphabetical by individual, company, and subject, with a chronological sequence within each alphabetical listing containing more than one item.

The overwhelming majority of the Spargo Autographs are of historical Bennington origin and interest. These Bennington papers include letters by local notables, church papers, notes and clippings on various aspects of Bennington's past and miscellaneous other local manuscripts. The primary focus is on eighteenth and early nineteenth century Bennington, but there are also a number of later items, as well.

Within the Bennington portions of the Spargo collection, there are a number of major groups of manuscripts. Spargo managed to accumulate modest holdings of the papers of several important Bennington individuals and families, and these constitute a significant segment, in both size and historical value, of the collection. Most noteworthy among these groups of papers are the manuscripts of Henry Fassett (2-61 through 2-68), Hiland Hall (2-93 through 2-97), the Anthony Haswell family (2-100 through 2-116), the Robinson family (3-70 through 3-81) and Isaac Tichenor (3-124 and 3-125).

The largest single group of manuscripts in the collection consists of the papers of the Bennington Battle Monument Commission (1-19 through 1-49). These are primarily the correspondence and other papers of Charles M. Bliss, who devoted much of the last twenty years of his life to the projects and goals of the Commission. The BBMC papers include excellent documentation of the plans for the centennial of the Battle of Bennington in 1877, numerous papers relating to the design, construction, and dedication of the Bennington Monument, and the celebration in 1891 of the centennial of Vermont's admission into the Union. This section of the collection also contains many letters and notes from distinguished Americans of the last quarter of the nineteenth century, most of which are brief responses to Bliss' invitations to attend one or another of the BBMC's historical celebrations.

Aside from the Bennington papers, the Spargo Autographs also contain single manuscripts of a large number of noted early Vermonters. While many of these are in the BBMC section, there are other Vermont letters and papers scattered throughout the collection. Included here are items of Daniel Chipman, Thomas Chittenden, George F. Edmunds, Horace Everrett, Solomon Foot, Jonas Galusha, Asa Lyon, Orasmus C. Merrill, Jusin S. Morrill, Edward J. Phelps, Royall Tyler, Cornelius P. Van Ness and many other famous eighteenth and nineteenth century Vermonters. Most of these individual pieces are of limited significance, but at least a few have some appreciable historical content.

Beyond the Vermont papers, the collection includes manuscripts of a diverse range of American and English figures. These include such notables as Enrico Caruso, Georges Clemenceau, Frederick Douglass, Havelock Ellis, Enrico Ferri, Millard Fillmore, William Dean Howells, Andrew Johnson, Robert E. Lee, Franz Liszt, James Monroe, Edwin M. Stanton, Jonathan Trumbull, H.G. Wells, John G. Whittier and Efrem Zimbalist. Filed under Vermont listings but cross-indexed in the inventory are letters from other famous political, literary, and military personages: Ralph Waldo Emerson, James A. Garfield, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Madison, Timothy Pickering, Carl Schurz, Philip H. Sheridan et alii. As with many of the Vermont autographs, most of these national and international papers are of interest largely because of their origin rather than for their actual content.

Carton Folder

Adams, John and Eliza -- divorce documents, Vermont Superior Court, Windsor County, Royall Tyler presiding, 8 pieces   1812 

1 1

Aiken, Edward and James -- deed to Lyman Whitman, lot in Londonderry   1812 November 16 

1 2

Allen, Ethan (1737-1789)--misc. clippings, notes on Allen   misc. dates 

1 3

Allen, Heman (1777-1844)--commissions, 2 ANS to Norman Williams, 8 pieces   1817-1834 

1 4

Allen, Heman (1777-1844)--ALS, with Isaac Fletcher, to Mahlon Dickenson, on appointment request of George F. Sawyer   1837 October 6 

1 5

Allen, Heman (1779-1852)--ALS to Alden Partridge, introducing William Keyes   1823 June 4 

1 6

Allen, Rev. Thomas--signature on deed, Berkshire County, MA   1801 May 1 

1 7

Avery, David--ALS to Nicholas Cook, on conditions in the Continental Army   1777 January 13 

1 8

Avery, David--ALS to David Maclure, on Bennington Academy and Dartmouth College (typescript copy)   1780 August 16 

1 9

Balcarres, Earl of--ALS to Nathan Lewis, on replacement of military accoutrements lost in American Revolution   1782 October 15 

1 10

Bancroft, George (1800-1891)--ANS to (?)   undated 

1 11

Bartlett, Benjamin--Revolutionary War pension claim, 3 pieces   1832 

1 12

Bartlett, Thomas, Jr. (1810-1876)--ANS to Barnabas Bates, on postal system   1850 October 11 

1 13

Bascom, Robert O.--"The Men Who Entered Ti with Ethan Allen" (typescript)   1906 

1 14

Baum, Lt. Col. Frederick--notes on his sword, and grave at site of Battle of Bennington   misc. dates 

1 15

Beach, Abraham--letter to Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, on Vermont lands (typescript copy)   1785 February 8 

1 16

Beatty, John--clipped signature   undated 

1 17

Bennett, Jabez--lawsuit against Jonathan Stiles, Windsor County, Royall Tyler presiding   1812 

1 18

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1875-1876 

1 19

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 January-April 

1 20

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 May-June 

1 21

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 July 

1 22

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 August 1-8 

1 23

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 August 9-10 

1 24

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 August 11-31 

1 25

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--ms. speech of Walter Harriman at centennial celebration   1877 August 15 

1 25

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--ms. of opening prayer by Rev. Isaac Jennings, centennial celebration   1877 August 15 

1 27

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1877 September-December 

1 28

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1878 

1 29

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1879 

1 30

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1880 

1 31

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1881 

1 32

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1882 

1 33

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1883 January-August 

1 34

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1883 September-December 

1 35

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1884 January-September 

1 36

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1884 October-December 

1 37

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1885 January-July 

1 38

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1885 August-December 

1 39

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1886 January-June 

1 40

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1886 July-December 

1 41

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1887 

1 42

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1888-1889 

1 43

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1890-1892 

1 44

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1893-1899 

1 45

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   1900-1906 

1 46

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   undated 

1 47

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--misc. papers   undated 

1 48

Bennington Battle Monument Commission--plans and sketches for monument, photos of models   undated 

1 49

Bennington, Battle of--flag of American troops, notes and misc. on whether it was first Stars and Stripes flag   misc. dates 

1 50

Bennington, Battle of--flag of American troops, notes and misc. on whether it was first Stars and Stripes flag   misc. dates 

1 51

Bennington, Battle of--flag of American troops, notes and misc. on whether it was first Stars and Stripes flag   misc. dates 

1 52

Bennington, Battle of--flag of American troops, notes and misc. on whether it was first Stars and Stripes flag   misc. dates 

1 53

Bennington, Battle of--newspaper clippings and notes   misc. dates 

1 54

Bennington Musical Association--account with L. Grover   1873 

1 55

Bennington Social Society--minutes of meetings   1814 

1 56

Bennington, VT--Catamount Tavern, misc. notes   misc. dates 

1 57

Bennington, VT--cavalry muster roll   1831 

1 58

Bennington, VT--cemeteries, graves of veterans of American Revolution   1927 

1 59

Bennington, VT--churches, misc. documents of First Congregational Church   1829-1832 

1 60

Bennington, VT--churches, report on suggested reorganization of Second Congregational Church   1834 

1 61

Bennington, VT--churches, ephemera and misc. documents   1872-1938 

1 62

Bennington, VT--Clio Hall, trustees' bond to Aaron Hubbell   1786 

1 63

Bennington, VT--historic sites, lists and maps, misc.   undated 

1 64

Bennington, VT--history, misc. notes and fragments   misc. dates 

1 65

Bennington, VT--inhabitants' petition for building a road   1864 

1 66

Bennington, VT--pottery, price lists of Bennington companies, 13 pieces   1853-1884 

1 67

Bennington, VT--pottery, misc. notes, photos and clippings on Bennington potters   misc. dates 

1 68

Bennington, VT--pottery, notes and correspondence on Bennington potters   misc. dates 

1 69

Bennington, VT--revolutionary declaration of stand on conflict with England (copies)   1775 

1 70

Bennington, VT--stagecoach bills and receipts, 5 pieces   1822-1841 

1 71

Bennington, VT--temperance petition   1877 

1 72

Bennington, VT--town charter, misc. copies and notes on   misc. dates 

1 73

Berlioz, Louis-Hector (1803-1869)--photo and ALS to Jerome C. Hopkins   1866 

1 74

Bingham, Calvin--Bingham family letters, Marcellus, NY to Scott family, Bennington, VT, 14 pieces   1810-1849 

1 75

Bliss, Charles M.--notebooks, passport, memo books, 5 volumes   1837-1890 

2 1

Bliss, Charles M.--personal misc., family correspondence, etc. Bennington   1853-1903 

2 2

Bloomfield, Joseph--clipped signature   undated 

2 3

Boardman, Elisha and Comfort--suit by Sarah Congdon, charging Boardmans with false accusations of adultery   1781 May 18 

2 4

Boorn murder trial--ms. notes on testimony of witnesses   circa 1819 

2 5

Botta, Anne C. Lynch (1815-1891)--ms. notebooks, and misc. notes about Botta   misc. dates 

2 6

Bowker, Joseph ( -1784)--signature on court document   1782 

2 7

Bradley, Stephen R. (1754-1830)--signature on court document   1779 

2 8

Breakenridge, James--photograph of his home, Bennington   undated 

2 9

Brooks, Samuel R.--indenture agreement with Gay R. Sanford and Samuel H. Brown, to train Brooks as tinsmith   1833 January 23 

2 10

Brownson, Cornelia--clipped signature   1797 

2 11

Brownson, Eli--deed from Abraham Ives, sheriff, 100 acres in Leicester, for payment of back taxes   1784 October 5 

2 12

Brownson, Nathan (1742-1796)--signature on Georgia banknote; also biographical data on Brownson   undated 

2 13

Brownson, Nathan--receipt to Edmund Graves   1804 

2 14

Brucher, Lothar--ALS to (?)   1865 

2 15

Brush, Nathaniel--biographical sketch by George Koon (typescript copy)   1880 

2 16

Burk, Barzillai--lawsuit against John Wheelock, Winsdor County, Royall Tyler presiding, 3 pieces   1805 

2 17

Burr, Joseph--deed to Martin Roberts, 50 acres in Sunderland   1815 

2 18

Burritt, Israel--Revolutionary War pension claim   undated 

2 19

Canfield, Ebenezer--receipts, Whitehall, NY, 6 pieces   1792-1793 

2 20

Caruso, Enrico (1873-1921)--signed cabinet photo   undated 

2 21

Champlain, Samuel de (1567-1635)--newspaper story about   1909 

2 22

Chapman, J.G.--ALS to (?), general affairs and news   1848 

2 23

Chase, Dudley (1771-1846)--ALS to Seth Cushman, offering help for Cushman's projects   1826 January 30 

2 24

Cheney, John Vance (1848-1922)--holograph poem   undated 

2 25

Chimney Point, VT--newspaper story about   1926 

2 26

Chipman, Daniel (1765-1850)--ALS to Frederick Miller, introducing Calvin C. Waller   1823 April 8 

2 27

Chipman, Daniel (1765-1850)--ANS to Joshua Vail, minor financial matter   1827 February 12 

2 28

Chittenden, Thomas (1730-1797)--ALS from James McHenry, on raising of militia in Vermont   1797 August 1 

2 29

Clarendon, VT--innkeepers' licenses   1807-1808 

2 30

Clark, Darius--misc. family correspondence and papers, Bennington, 12 pieces   1822-1861 

2 31

Clark, Henry--ALS to Charles P. Marsh, on minor financial matter   1871 September 30 

2 32

Clark, Isaac (1748-1822)--deed to Nathaniel Chipman, lot in Castleton   1788 April 12 

2 33

Clark, Isaac (1748-1822)--ALS to N. Freeman, on pay for soldiers   1812 June 18 

2 34

Clemenceau, Georges (1841-1929)--signed cabinet photo   undated 

2 35

Cochran, Peter et al.--deed to Robert Royce, lot in Londonderry   1761 

2 36

Confederate States of America--Army payroll form   1862 

2 37

Confederate States of America--Treasury Dept. seal   (1861-1865) 

2 38

Connecticut--printed militia enlistment form, for Canada expedition   1760 

2 39

Cumming, J.N.--clipped signature   undated 

2 40

Curits, George W.--ANS to (Benjamin F.) Sanborn, enclosing article (not present)   1866 July 10 

2 41

Dawson, Henry Barton (1821-1889)--ALS to George F. Houghton, on Vermont history   1861 March 14 

2 42

Dingler, T. I.--ALS to son, on family matters   1861 

2 43

Dorr, Julia C.R. (1825-1913)--ALS to brother, family matters   1879 November 7 

2 44

Douglass, Frederick (1817-1895)--signature on card   1873 

2 45

Downing, Charles--2 ALS to G.W.Harmon, about Fay's Russett Apple   1873-1874 

2 46

Edmunds, George F. (1828-1919)--ALS to C.M. Bliss, on punishment of ex-Confederate soldiers   1866 June 23 

2 47

Edmunds, George F. (1828-1919)--ALS from Benjamin H. Bristow, enclosing memo on Yorktown monument   1875 December 8 

2 48

Edmunds, George F. (1828-1919)--ALS from Alanson P. Lyman, on politics, Edmunds' health   1877 March 12 

2 49

Edmunds, James--deed to Hiram Colvin, lot in Clarendon   1815 

2 50

Ellis, Havelock (1859-1939)--clipped signature   undated 

2 51

Ellis, Mary W.--"Tales of Skitchewaug Mountain" (typescript)   1933 

2 52

Engravings and prints--historical misc.   misc. dates 

2 53

Engravings and prints--historical misc.   misc. dates 

2 54

Engravings and prints--Indians   misc. dates 

2 55

Everett, Horace (1780-1851)--ANS to John H. Crane, on lottery tickets   1806 September 11 

2 56

Everett, Horace (1780-1851)--ALS to Henry A. Will, on Everett's invention for a steamboat improvement   1847 May 26 

2 57

Fairchild, Robert--ALS to Moses Strong, on minor financial matter   1801 May 13 

2 58

Fairchild, Edmund B.--ALS to John Sherman, on organization of University of Nebraska   1878 April 23 

2 59

Faneuil, Mary Ann--deed, Boston, MA (oversize mss.)   1741 

2 60

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 14 pieces   1813-1815 

2 61

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 21 pieces   1816-1820 

2 62

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 36 pieces   1821-1823 

2 63

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 30 pieces   1824-1825 

2 64

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 18 pieces   1826-2828 

2 65

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 23 pieces   1829-1830 

2 66

Fassett, Henry--misc. bills and financial papers, Bennington, 35 pieces   1831-1836 

2 67

Fassett, Jonathan (1745-1825)--writ of attachment against Fassett, on suit of Stephen House   1796 March 30 

2 68

Fay, Jonas (1737-1818)--ms. journal and account book, trip to New York (photocopy)   1772 June 

2 69

Fay, Joseph (1753-1803)--open letter to inhabitants of Bennington, on prospects for validization of New Hampshire titles   1775 April 25 

2 70

Ferri, Enrico (1856-1929)--signed cabinet photo   1902 

2 71

Fessenden, Thomas Green (1771-1837)--ANS to Jesse Gove, on minor legal matter   1818 December 29 

2 72

Fillmore, Lavius--membership certificate in Free and Accepted Masons   1819 February 1 

2 73

Fillmore, Millard (1800-1874)--LS to Lavius Fillmore, on appointment of steamboat mail agents   1851 March 24 

2 74

Fitch, Joseph--ANS to David Fay, on minor financial matter   1803 March 11 

2 75

   1838 December 5 

2 76

Fletcher, Ryland (1799-1885)--DS, justice of the peace appointment to Asa S. Barton   1856 November 29 

2 77

Foot, Solomon (1802-1866)--2 ADS, court case cost accounts   1841 

2 78

Foot, Solomon (1802-1866)--ALS from A.P. Lyman, on Vermont election campaign   1850 August 7 

2 79

Foot, Solomon (1802-1866)--ALS from A.B. Gardner, on postmaster of Amherst, MA   1865 July 21 

2 80

Forbes, Charles Spooner--clipped article on Forbes' newspaper career   1931 

2 81

Fort Edward Stoneware Co.--bill and price list, Fort Edward, NY   1880 

2 82

(Freeman), Mary Wilkins (1852-1930)--ANS to Thomas W. Higginson, on upcoming organizational meeting of (?)   1892 May 9 

2 83

Frelinghuysen, Frederick--clipped signature   undated 

2 84

Gaines, George--ADS, court order for imprisonment of John Stinson   1784 May 2 

2 85

Galusha, Jonas (1753-1834)--letter to "Town of Vineyard", on availability of arms for local defense (typescript)   1812 July 4 

2 86

Galusha, Jonas (1753-1834)--2 DS, militia commissions, 2 pieces   1813, 1819 

2 87

Galusha, Jonas (1753-1834)--ALS to Sumner Gale, on Gale's request for militia discharge   1819 December 23 

2 88

Galusha, Jonas (1753-1834)--LS to Austin Johnson, on business of Bennington County Bible Society   1829 November 18 

2 89

Gerry, Elbridge (1744-1814)--DS, passport to Thaddeus Mason Harris   1810 

2 90

Greatorex, Eliza--ALS to Mrs. Van Doren, on art society membership, with ms. illlustrations and a print   1866 

2 91

Green, Samuel F.--ALS to John Green, enclosing examples of writing in unidentified alphabet   1859 May 28 

2 92

Hall, Hiland (1795-1885)--correspondence, misc. papers, 21 pieces   1818-1868 

2 93

Hall, Hiland (1795-1885)--correspondence, misc. papers, 22 pieces   1869-1877 

2 94

Hall, Hiland (1795-1885)--correspondence, misc. papers, 24 pieces   1878 

2 95

Hall, Hiland (1795-1885)--correspondence, misc. papers, 13 pieces   1879-1881 

2 96

Hall, Hiland (1795-1885)--correspondence, misc. papers, 23 pieces   1882-1885 

2 97

Harmon, Reuben (1715-1794)--deed to estate of John Cobham, lot in Rutland   1787 September 26 

2 98

Harrington, William C. (1756-1814)--ADS, memo on court case Samuel Hickok v. Abijah Stone   1814 February 4 

2 99

Haswell, Nathan B. (1786-1855)--school notebook and person letterbook   1799-1805 

2 100

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington, 7 pieces   1780-1789 

2 101

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington, 17 pieces   1790-1794 

2 102

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington, 17 pieces   1795-1799 

2 103

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington, 21 pieces   1800-1801 

2 104

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington, 13 pieces   1802-1809 

2 105

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 9 pieces   1810-1819 

2 106

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 10 pieces   1820-1829 

2 107

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 10 pieces   1830-1833 

2 108

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 13 pieces   1834 

2 109

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 12 pieces   1835 

2 110

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 12 pieces   1836-1839 

2 111

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 15 pieces   1840-1842 

2 112

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 12 pieces   1843-1849 

2 113

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 8 pieces   1850-1863 

2 114

Haswell family--correspondence, financial papers, misc., Bennington/Burlington, 13 pieces   undated 

2 115

Haswell family--genealogical misc., photos, etc.   misc. dates 

2 116

Hatch, John--ALS to Joseph Willard, on court case of Warren Warner   1823 February 8 

2 117

Hathaway, Silas (1763-1831)--church proceedings concerning Hathaway's unChristian behavior   1824 

2 118

Haynes, Lemuel (1753-1833)--newspaper clippings about Haynes   1939 

2 119

Henry, Martha M.--ALS to Calvin Squires, on family, local Bennington news   1839 December 9 

2 120

Hibbard, Elisha--autobiographical sketch   undated 

2 121

   1831 

2 122

Hinman, Annis--9 ALS, Bennington, to Ezra Hold, Charlotte, on minor financial matters, 9 pieces   1814-1815 

2 123

Hitchocock, Buel--promissory note to Ebenezer Hitchcock   1786 

2 124

Hodges, Silas--deed from Abraham Ives, sheriff, 1 right in Brandom for payment of back taxes   1784 

2 125

Hooker, E. W.--ALS to F. W. Hopkins, on religion and music   1843 December 15 

2 126

Hopkins, John Henry (1792-1866)--signed photo   undated 

2 127

House, Samuel--deeds of land to House, lots in Shaftsbury, 2 pieces   1776-1785 

2 128

Howell, Richard--clipped signature   undated 

2 129

Howells, William Dean (1837-1920)--ALS to Mr. Sweitzer, on merit of Imovilli's book   1886 May 20 

2 130

Huff, William Gordon--photos of Huff's Bennington sculptures   undated 

2 131

Hydeville, VT--St. Stephens Episcopal Church, misc. letters on church matters   1871-1873 

2 132

Indians--newspaper clippings   misc. dates 

2 133

Jefferson, Joseph--clipped signature   1884 

2 134

Jenkins, William--Massachusetts militia commission, from John Avery   1778 April 25 

2 135

Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875)--signature on card   1873 

2 136

Kennedy, Matthew--ALS, Mt. Independence, to brother, on Revolution (photocopy)   1776 October 3 

3 1

Kinney, Benjamin Harris--biographical sketch, by Dr. George A. Russell   1939 

3 2

Langdon, John--ALS, Portsmouth, NH, to William Plummer, on events in Europe, American commerce   1806 January 1 

3 3

Lansing, Cornelius--deed to Daniel Rogers, lot in Bennington   1804 July 11 

3 4

Laurens, Henry (1724-1792)--ANS to Robert Morris, on matters before Congress   1778 January 1 

3 5

Lee, Robert Edward (1807-1870)--General order number 103, to 2nd North Carolina   1862 September 6 

3 6

Leffingwell, Thomas--deed to Francis Bates, 80 acres in Voluntown, CT   1722 

3 7

Lessner, Frederick--signed photo   1908 

3 8

Lincoln, Elisha--Revolutionary War pension claim (photocopies)   1837-1856 

3 9

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886)--ALS to Charles Jerome Hopkins   1859 November 1 

3 10

Litchfield, CT--church dispute with several parishioners   1773 February 26 

3 11

Livingstone, William--clipped signature   1776 

3 12

Londonderry, VT--inhabitants' petition to State Supreme Court, on appointment of deputy sheriff   1821 July 24 

3 13

Londonderry, VT--record book of West River Village Grindstone Society   1822-1823 

3 14

Lottery--tickets for Vermont lottery, to aid "the unfortunate Mr. Hawkins", 3 pieces   1798 

3 15

Lottery--tickets for Union College Lottery, Lansingburgh, NY, 2 pieces   1809 

3 16

Lottery--tickets for Phoenix Lottery, Windsor, VT, 2 pieces   1825 

3 17

Lyman, Micah Jones--ALS to Isaac Beers, on purchase of northern Vermont lands   1797 July 24 

3 18

Lyman, Roy P.--poem, "In Our Old Green Mountain Home"   undated 

3 19

Lyon, Asa (1763-1841)--ALS to Asahel Langworthy, on Langworthy's claim before Congress   1816 February 19 

3 20

McGaffey, Ernest--signed photo   undated 

3 21

McMurray, Mary I.--"The Battle of King's Mountain", sesquincentennial poem   1930 October 

3 22

Mallary, Rollin C. (1784-1831)--ANS to editor of (?) Journal, on misinterprentation of Mallary's speech   undated 

3 23

Masonry--misc. Masonic manuscripts and documents, 16 pieces   1848-1939 

3 24

Manchester, VT--documents concerning local post office dispute, 6 pieces   1825 

3 25

Mathews, James--deed to William Henry, 2 acres in Bennington   1792 April 24 

3 26

Mattocks, John (1777-1847)--DS, militia commission to George F. Houghton   1868 June 17 

3 27

Mattocks, Samuel (17 -1804)--DS, receipt to John Strong   1791 January 25 

3 28

Melba, Nellie--2 signed photos   1917 

3 29

Merrill, Orsamus C. (1775-1865)--ALS to (?), on Merrill's loss of Congressional seat to Rollin C. Mallary   1820 January 13 

3 30

Middlebury Free Press--clipped pinrted newsboy's address   1837(?) 

3 31

Middletown, VT--documents on licensing of tavernkeepers, 3 pieces   1807-1808 

3 32

Miller, Marshall--ALS to father, on surveying in and description of northern Ohio   1818 January 5 

3 33

Miller, Solomon--2 financial notes   1783, 1787 

3 34

Mohawk Trail--copy of map of Trail   1926 

3 35

Monroe, James (1758-1831)--4 DS, military service land grants, 4 pieces   1818 

3 36

Moor, John--deed to Robert Royce, lot in Londonderry   1761 

3 37

Morgan, Benjamin F.--humorous poem, to Jesse Swift   1807 

3 38

Morgan, Merritt Bates (1850-19 )--biographical and Masonic misc., 3 pieces   1910-1934 

3 39

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--correspondence, misc. papers, 23 pieces   1847-1868 

3 40

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--correspondence, misc. papers, 29 pieces   1869-1880 

3 41

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--correspondence, misc. papers,19 pieces   1881-1889 

3 42

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--correspondence, misc. papers,check stubs, 39 pieces   1890-1898 

3 43

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--bank account books, 3 pieces   1870-1873, 1876-1877, 1893-1896 

3 44

Morrill, Justin S. (1810-1898)--correspondence, misc. papers, speech notes, 6 pieces   undated 

3 45

Muzio, Claudia--signed photo   undated 

3 46

New York State Society of Cincinnati--list of members   1832 

3 47

Ogden, Aaron--clipped signature   1796 

3 48

Owen, Robert (1771-1858)--Equitable Labour Exchange certificate   1832 

3 49

Paige, Clinton F.--ALS to J.T. Shurtleff, on Masonic customs and rules   1863 June 26 

3 50

Park, Luther--blacksmith's account with Stephen Webb   1817 

3 51

Parker, Isaac--Windsor County Court investigation into Parker's suicide, Royall Tyler presiding   1805 

3 52

Paterson, William--clipped signature   1791 

3 53

Persons, Lyman A.--court order appointing Edmund Graves as Person's guardian   1819 

3 54

Peters, John--account of Loyalist service in American Revolution (typescript copy)   1786 

3 55

Phelps, Edward J. (1822-1900)--3 ALS, 1 bill to George W. Harmon, for legal services, 4 pieces   1867 

3 56

Phillips, Wendell (1811-1884)--signed quotation   undated 

3 57

Pinkney, William Jr.--ALS to Virgil Marcy, about William Pinkney, Sr. (1764-1822)   1822 April 19 

3 58

Platt, James H., Jr.--ALS to Benjamin P. Poore, ALS to Charles Lanman, 2 pieces   1870, 1875 

3 59

Post, Roswell--deposition on death of Asa Johnson's cow   1780 

3 60

Poughkeepsie, NY--Commissioners for Conspiracies, 2 orders concerning prisoners   1778 

3 61

Pownal, VT--Church of Christ, on acceptance of Caleb Nichols as minister   1790 

3 62

Pratt, Jabesh--DS, court order in estate of William Harris   1821 

3 63

Prentiss, Samuel (1782-1857)--ANS to Lewis J. Cist, referring him to New Hampshire for information on John Stark   1842 February 4 

3 64

Prentiss, Samuel (1782-1857)--ANS to J.C. Dobbin, recommending Robert Y. Holley for Marines   1854 March 20 

3 65

Printing history--notes and clippings on early Vermont printers   misc. dates 

3 66

Redding, David--notes and information on Redding   misc. dates 

3 67

Redfield, Isaac F. (1804-1876)--2 ALS to James T. Mitchell, on printing of articles on law, 2 pieces   1871-1874 

3 68

Reid, J. R. P.--2 ALS, Napierville, IL, to E. W. Kent, misc. family and Illinois news, 2 pieces   1846 

3 69

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 6 pieces   1760-1769 

3 70

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 4 pieces   1770-1779 

3 71

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 4 pieces   1780-1789 

3 72

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 10 pieces   1790-1799 

3 73

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 14 pieces   1800-1805 

3 74

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 12 pieces   1806-1808 

3 75

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 17 pieces   1809 

3 76

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 18 pieces   1810-1812 

3 77

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 17 pieces   1813-1819 

3 78

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 15 pieces   1820-1829 

3 79

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 16 pieces   1830-1885 

3 80

Robinson family--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 8 pieces   undated 

3 81

Ross, Henry H.--commission from Bishop William H.A Bissell, to serve as Episcopal lay reader   1889 September 17 

3 82

Rowson, Susanna (1762-1824)--ALS to Elizabeth Whiston, on "Fatherless and Widows Society"   1822 October 14 

3 83

Royalton, VT--cemeteries, graves of veterans of American Revolution   undated 

3 84

Rutland and Washington Railroad--stock certificate   1850 

3 85

Safford family--misc. papers, Bennington, 5 pieces   1806-1833 

3 86

Scott, Martin (1788-1847)--family correspondence, Bennington, 9 pieces   1818-1848 

3 87

Scott, (Winfield?)--invitation note, unsigned, to Judge (William?) Upham   undated 

3 88

Seamans, Wilbert--unidentified land survey   1793 

3 89

Selden, Andrew--DS, court order in case of Jacob Pool v. James Hicks   1809 

3 90

Seward, William H. (1801-1872)--ANS, to D.H. Humphrey   1858 

3 91

Shaftsbury, VT--Baptist church, admonition to James Herrington   1792 

3 92

Shaftsbury, VT--Baptist church, admonition to Alexander Glass   1795 

3 93

Shepardson, Samuel (1757-1813)--printed bookplate, Guilford, 2 pieces   undated 

3 94

Sherwood, Anne--court deposition, tree-girdling case   1806 

3 95

Shreve, Israel--clipped signature   undated 

3 96

Simonds, Benjamin--deed to Thomas Melody, 30 acres in Williamstown, MA   1800 

3 97

   1816 December 30 

3 98

Skinner, Richard (1778-1833)--LS to Sumners Gale, releasing him from Vermont militia   1820 October 18 

3 99

Slade, William (1786-1859)--ALS to Joseph Walton, on military land grant to Jonathan Crandall   1836 March 18 

3 100

Slade, William (1786-1859)--ALS to Mahlon Dickerson, requesting naval position for unnamed physician   1837 June 7 

3 101

Slade, William (1786-1859)--ANS to editor of Weekly Register, on change of address   1837 August 31 

3 102

Smith, Elisha--DS. writ for attachment of Abel Merriman   1781 

3 103

Smith, H.B.--ANS to Globe office, on printing of Roscoe Conkling speech   1872 January 16 

3 104

Smith, Worthington C. (1823-1894)--ANS to Benjamin P. Poore, on change of address   1868 December 17 

3 105

Spanish military commission--to Vincente Manuel de Zespedes, Florida infantry commission   1684 

3 106

Sprague, Elhanan--promissory note to Asahel Clark   1782 October 22 

3 107

Stannard, David--deed to James Buchnal, lot in Bennington   1789 November 5 

3 108

Stanton, Edwin M. (1814-1869)--LS to Frederick Holbrook, on consolidation of Vermont regiment   1863 May 25 

3 109

Stark, John (1728-1822)--misc. notes on Stark, photostats of correspondence, etc.   misc. dates 

3 110

Stark Bank, Bennington--stock certificates   1850-1866 

3 111

Stedman, Edmund C. (1833-1908)--ANS to "the Fair Committee", on inscription of books by Stedman   1903 March 12 

3 112

Stockbridge Indian deed--Catherine Tanmeen (?), to Samuel Smith, lot in Stockbridge, MA   1784 

3 113

Sumner, Shubael--grand jury indictment of Sumner for passing counterfeit money   1800 

3 114

Sunderland, Peleg--petition for military pension (typescript)   1787 

3 115

Swift, Heman--recommendation from Middlebury Congregational Church   1820 

3 116

Swift, Heman and Job--suit for debt against Loan Dewey   1827 

3 117

Swift, Job--ANS to son Samuel, enclosing letter (not present) to Mr. Shurtleff   1804 April 3 

3 118

Tax stamp--paper stamped with Vermont tax symbol   undated 

3 119

Taylor, Bayard (1825-1878)--signature on card   1875 

3 120

Taylor, Robert (1783-1834)--DS, account of court expenses for holding Levi Pond and Elijah Remington   1809 August 21 

3 121

Thomas, Isaiah (1749-1831)--notes on Thomas   1927 

3 122

Thrall, Aaron--bill for keeping Joseph Bevins in jail   1809 

3 123

Tichenor, Isaac (1754-1838)--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 8 pieces   1786-1799 

3 124

Tichenor, Isaac (1754-1838)--correspondence, legal papers, misc., Bennington, 12 pieces   1800-1832 

3 125

Tillett, Ben--signed photo   undated 

3 126

Tompkins, Daniel D.--2 DS, New York militia commissions, 2 pieces   1811, 1815 

3 127

Train, George Francis--poem and signature on card   1872 

3 128

Troy and Canada Junction Telegraph Company--telegraph forms, 3 pieces   1848-1849 

3 129

Trumbell, Jonathan (1740-1809)--LS, to Albany Committee of Safety, on Major Van Shaick's request for parole   1776 October 7 

3 130

Tufts, Turrell--ALS to Cotton Tufts, on official misconduct of Thomas Chittenden   1790 January 16 

3 131

Tyler, Royall (1757-1826)--DS, Supreme Court financial account with A.W. Hyde, sheriff   1803 

3 132

Tyler, Royall (1757-1826)--DS, Sabbath travelling pass to David Fay and Gustavus Willard   1807 January 24 

3 133

Valentine, Alonzo B.--ALS to Solomon Foot, withdrawing initial recommendation of Russell Fisk   1865 February 15 

3 134

Van Ness, Cornelius P. (1782-1852)--ALS to Alden Partridge, on Partridge's plans for found military academy   1810 February 24 

3 135

Wait, Joseph--photos of tombstones   undated 

3 136

Wallace, Eli--admonition from Shaftsbury Baptist Church   1815 

3 137

Wallace, John William--ANS to H. Jones, on recent speech   1864 September 27 

3 138

Wallace, Lewis (1827-1905)--ANS to (?) Gilder, on Wallace's progress in writing new book   1892 July 19 

3 139

Walton, George (1741-1804)--DS. court document   1791 

3 140

Wardwell, George J. (1827- )--genealogy and biographical misc., 3 pieces   misc. dates 

3 141

Warner, Seth (1743-1784)--notes on Masonic record   misc. dates 

3 142

Webb, Benjamin--misc. financial documents, Bennington, 7 pieces   1812-1836 

3 143

Webb, Myron S.--misc. Sunday school papers, Bennington, 25 pieces   1832-1833 

3 144

Webb, Sidney--signed photo   undated 

3 145

Webb, Thomas Sidney--newspaper clippings on Webb's Masonic work   undated 

3 146

Webster, Noah (1758-1843)--ANS and portrait engraving   1799 

3 147

Wells, Herbert George (1866-1946)--signed photo   undated 

3 148

White, Anthony W.--signature on clipped, partial militia document   undated 

3 149

Whitelaw, James (1748-1829)--receipt book, Ryegate, for newspapers loaned and rented   1802-1813 

3 150

Whittier, John G. (1807-1892)--holograph scrap, newspaper clipping, 2 pieces   undated, 1927 

3 151

Whittlesey, Charles B.--"Revolutionary and Family Records of Captain George Sexton, 1756-1815"   1902 

3 152

Willard, Charles W. (1827-1880)--ANS to (?), requesting copies of Washington Globe   1869 April 9 

3 153

Willis, Nathaniel P. (1806-1867)--ALS to George P. Morriss on Book of Beauty and Lady Blessington   undated 

3 154

Willloughby, Ebenezer--membership certificate, Shaftsbury Baptist Church   1796 

3 155

Windsor County Court--misc. court documents, 29 pieces   1781-1791 

3 156

Windsor County Grammar Schoolhouse Lottery--misc. documents, 5 pieces   1789 

3 157

Wolcott, Oliver (1760-1833)--NS to Joseph Pitcairn, enclosing letters (not present) for forwarding to Amsterdam   1799 July 8 

3 158

Worcester, Noah (1758-1837)--ALS to E. Norton, portrait, biographical sketch, 3 pieces   1814 

3 159

Worden, Judah--membership certificate, Second Baptist Church, Shaftsbury   1803 

3 160

Y(ates), J.L.--holograph poem, "Chirstmas"   1814 

3 161

Zimbalist, Efrem (1889-1970)--signed photo   1912 

3 162

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Bound Volumes   

Volume

Signed M.S. Hon J.G. Sargent's Sesquicentennial Address   1927 

1

Manuscript of the Stars and Stripes in 1777 - Spargo   1927 

2

Revised Manuscript of the Stars and Stripes in 1777 - Spargo   

3

Henry Clay Day - Index of His Historical Writings and Memoranda   

4

Jubilate by John Spargo   

5

 1787 January 2 - 1848 October 27 Proprietors Records - Town of Bennington, Book A-1   

6

Proprietors Records - Town of Bennington, Book 2   1787 January 2 - 1838 June 23 

7

Bennington First church Records, Volume I, with Newint Appendix   1762-1820 

8

Bennington First Congregational Church and Society   1832-1866 

9

Bennington First Church Records, Volume II   1820-1848 

10

 1848-1901 Bennington First Church Records, Volume III-IV   

11

Autobiography of H.E. Hubbell   

12

Biographical Sketches of Early Vermonters   

13

Index to Volume C of Bennington Town Records   

14

Notes on Bennington History, Volumes I, II, and III   

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