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Howe, Louis M. (Louis McHenry) 1871-1936

Works: 50 works in 76 publications in 2 languages and 3,368 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Autographs  Archives 
Classifications: E807, 973.917092
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The man behind Roosevelt; the story of Louis McHenry Howe by Lela Mae Stiles ( Book )
2 editions published in 1954 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Roosevelt and Howe by Alfred B Rollins ( Book )
2 editions published in 1962 in Undetermined and English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
by Alfred B Rollins ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Personal papers of Louis McHenry Howe, secretary to Franklin D. Roosevelt, correspondence with Howe's children, and other material related to Rollin's research for his book, Roosevelt and Howe (1962)
Alphabetical series by Daniel C Roper ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Topics and organizations include American University, aeronautics, Board of Education of the District of Columbia, Bureau of the Census, communication, The Community Chest of Washington, D.C., Democratic National Committee, Duke University, Export-Import Bank of Washington, Bureau of Fisheries, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, commerce, and the Hindenburg accident. Others are Japanese Economic Mission to the United States, temperance and liquor laws, Freemasons, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, National Benefit Life Assurance Company, National Recovery Administration, presidential election of 1932, Democratic Party, prohibition, religion and politics, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Post Office Department
Cordell Hull papers by Cordell Hull ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers, primarily correspondence, of Cordell Hull. Incoming correspondence focuses on the 1928 presidential election contest between Alfred E. Smith and Herbert Hoover, including references to anti-Catholic and prohibitionist propaganda circulated by Smith's enemies. Much of this material concerns the Smith-Hoover contest in Tennessee, one of several Southern states which in 1928 went Republican for the first time since the Civil War. Letters also shed light on Hull's own campaign for reelection as U.S. Representative from Tennessee's Fourth District as well as inner workings of the Democratic Party in Tennessee. Some letters concern the 1932 election, especially the gubernatorial contest in Tennessee between Hill McAlister and Lewis S. Pope. Almost all outgoing correspondence concerns the 1928 elections, chiefly Hull's own reelection campaign. Some letters of Hull family members are also included. Other materials include biographical data, land records, clippings, speeches and writings of Cordell Hull, and Hull's voting record in Congress, 1919-1921. Prominent correspondents include James B. Aswell, Warren Worth Bailey, Gordon Browning, Joseph W. Byrns, Ethel B. Childress, James M. Cox, Homer S. Cummings, Josephus Daniels, Ewin L. Davis, John W. Davis, Norman H. Davis, James A. Farley, Louis M. Howe, Jesse H. Jones, William Gibbs McAdoo, Daniel J. McGillicuddy, Kenneth McKellar, Andrew J. Montague, John J. Raskob, Daniel C. Roper, Jouett Shouse, and F.W. Taussig
Papers of A. F. Thomas by A. F Thomas ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Topics in Thomas's political papers reflect his interest in improving health care, and especially institutions for tuberculosis. Other topics discussed are the economy, education, and Virginia politics
Franklin D. Roosevelt manuscript material : 2 items by Franklin D Roosevelt ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
· To Carl H. Pforzheimer, investment banker, philanthropist and collector : 2 letters : -- 1 typescript letter signed : 8 Apr 1929 : (MISC 1273) : from Albany : on letterhead of the Executive Chamber of the State of New York; with the envelope; begins, "Mr. Woodin has told me that you have consented to serve on the committee for the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation." -- 1 typescript letter with signature stamp : 7 Dec 1932 : (MISC 1274) : from the Executive Mansion in Albany, New York (printed letterhead) : begins, "Thank you for your letter of congratulation and good will." Along with a typescript notice by Louis McHenry Howe, with his signature stamp, explaining Roosevelt's use of the signature stamp is a result of the high volume of mail he has had to answer since his recent election to the presidency of the United States
by Louis M Howe ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence of Louis Howe with members of his family including his wife Grace Hartley Howe, his mother Eliza B. Howe, and his children Mary H. Howe Baker and Hartley Edward Howe; letters to Grace Hartley Howe from her mother Mary J. Hartley; other family correspondence; and speech drafts, articles, memoranda, and news clippings Howe kept at home rather than at his White House office
Edward F. Brown papers by Edward Fullerton Brown ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Primarily business and political papers relating to Brown's association with Emil Holmes and the American Security Alliance Organization in Minneapolis, including Holmes' letters and speeches (1940s-1950s); correspondence with state and national political figures and pamphlets and leaflets relating to presidential and state election campaigns (1928-1956); sheet music used in the 1936 presidential campaign of the Union Party, of which both Brown and Holmes were officers. Four letters (1915-1916) written by Brown to his parents describe his work as minister of a mission church at Fond du Lac, Minnesota
Organization records by Minn.) Central Council of District clubs (Saint Paul ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Emerson C. Ives collection by Emerson C Ives ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection is made up of about 140 letters that New York resident Emerson C. Ives wrote to President Franklin Roosevelt, United States congressmen and public officials, and several newspaper editors between 1932 and 1970. Ives provided his opinions on a variety of contemporary issues, such as Roosevelt's economic policies during the Great Depression, the Lend-Lease program, solutions for the aftermath of World War II, and the presence of United States forces in Vietnam in the late 1960s. Some newspaper clippings, including reprints of Ives's editorials, are present in the collection
G. Hall Roosevelt papers by G. Hall Roosevelt ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence and copies of letters sent to New York governor Franklin Roosevelt and passed on to G. Hall Roosevelt by Louis Howe; contain information relating to the 1932 presidential campaign
by Louis M Howe ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, processed material, press releases, speeches, drafts of articles, and clippings from his official duties with Franklin D. Roosevelt as Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1913-1921; secretary to Roosevelt, 1928-1932, concerning campaigns, Democratic Party, and New York State prisons; and Secretary to the President, 1933-1936, concerning anti-lynching bills, Civilian Conservation Corps, Democratic National Committee, federal jobs, the press, subsistence housing, various New Deal agencies, and other subjects. Also, personal papers consisting of correspondence, articles, radio scripts, speech drafts, campaign materials, and other items, 1912-1936, which primarily concern his work or public affairs; correspondence of his wife Grace H. Howe relating to his last illness and death, 1931-1936; and clippings, articles, and some correspondence collected by Lela Stiles, Howe's secretary, primarily relating to his career and his death
William Haas papers by W Haas ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Haas's correspondence with U.S., Minnesota, and St. Paul government officials, and letters to the editors of St. Paul newspapers, discussing his opinions on the depression of the 1930s, highway construction and maintenance, and urban planning, especially in St. Paul, and his employment (1933-1937) in the Minnesota Highway Department
Materials from the papers of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Louis M. Howe relating to the National Crime Commission, 1925-1932 by Franklin D Roosevelt ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
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Alternative Names
Howe Louis M. 1871-1936
Howe, Louis MacHenry 1871-1936
Howe, Louis McHenry 1871-1936
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French (1)