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Andrew Dickson White papers, 1832-1919.

Author: Andrew Dickson White
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of incoming correspondence, manuscripts of lectures, speeches and articles; manuscripts of presidential reports; manuscripts of books; copies of publications; financial records; clippings; photographs, engravings, diplomas and memorabilia; family documents and diaries. Also, some of White's outgoing correspondence including his letters to Charles Kendall Adams, Cornell University's second
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Diplomas
Manuscripts for publication
Photographs
Reports
History
Named Person: John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Baron; Charles Kendall Adams; Herbert Baxter Adams; L H Bailey; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; George Lincoln Burr; Andrew Carnegie; Hiram Corson; Ezra Cornell; Charles William Eliot; Francis M Finch; Willard Fiske; Ulysses S Grant; Frederick William Holls; Justin S Morrill; Andrew White Newberry; Arthur Cleveland Newberry; Clara White Newberry; Spencer B Newberry; Emily Outwater; Lucia Phillips Outwater; Theodore Roosevelt; William C Russel; Henry W Sage; Hiram Sibley; Goldwin Smith; Robert Henry Thurston; Leo Tolstoy, graf; Moses Coit Tyler; Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Victoria, Queen of Great Britain; Booker T Washington; Mynderse Van Cleef; Andrew Danforth White; Andrew Dickson White; Andrew Dickson White; Andrew Strong White; Ann Bruce White; Frederick Davies White; Hamilton Salisbury White; Helen Magill White; Hilda White; Horace Keep White; Horace Keep White; Karin Andreevna White; Mary Outwater White; Woodrow Wilson; Joseph Krauskopf; White family.; John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Baron; Charles Kendall Adams; Herbert Baxter Adams; L H Bailey; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; George Lincoln Burr; Andrew Carnegie; Ezra Cornell; Hiram Corson; Charles William Eliot; Francis M Finch; Willard Fiske; Ulysses S Grant; Frederick William Holls; Joseph Krauskopf; Justin S Morrill; Andrew White Newberry; Arthur Cleveland Newberry; Clara White Newberry; Spencer B Newberry; Emily Outwater; Lucia Phillips Outwater; Theodore Roosevelt; William C Russel; Henry W Sage; Hiram Sibley; Goldwin Smith; Robert Henry Thurston; Leo Tolstoy, graf; Moses Coit Tyler; Mynderse Van Cleef; Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Victoria, Queen of Great Britain; Booker T Washington; Andrew Danforth White; Andrew Dickson White; Andrew Strong White; Ann Bruce White; White family.; Frederick Davies White; Hamilton Salisbury White; Helen Magill White; Hilda White; Horace Keep White; Horace Keep White; Karin Andreevna White; Mary Outwater White; Woodrow Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Dickson White
OCLC Number: 123436745
Notes: Includes collection 1/2/531, Albert Hazen Wright's research material on White.
Reproduction Notes: are interfiled in the collection.
Description: 99.2 cubic ft., 149 reels positive microfilm.
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Collection consists of incoming correspondence, manuscripts of lectures, speeches and articles; manuscripts of presidential reports; manuscripts of books; copies of publications; financial records; clippings; photographs, engravings, diplomas and memorabilia; family documents and diaries. Also, some of White's outgoing correspondence including his letters to Charles Kendall Adams, Cornell University's second president, and William Channing Russel, Andrew D. White's vice president; correspondence and dispatches from White during his service as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Germany, and later as Ambassador to Russia; diplomatic instructions from the U.S. Department of State; correspondence from George Frederick William Holls on various topics of state, national and international politics, and correspondence pertaining to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Also, correspondence relating to family affairs and finances, White's college days at Hobart College and Yale University, his professorship at the University of Michigan, his service in the New York State legislature, the founding and administration of Cornell University, educational ideas, civil service reform, the policies and activities of the Republican Party, the proposed annexation of Santo Domingo, and the study and writing of history and the study of art and architecture.

Personal correspondence includes letters from or about many family members, including Andrew White Newberry, Arthur Cleveland Newberry, Clara White Newberry, Spencer B. Newberry, Emily Outwater, Lucia Phillips Outwater, Andrew Danforth White, Andrew Dickson White II, Andrew Strong White, Ann Bruce White (Mrs. Frederick Davies), Frederick Davies White, Hamilton Salisbury White, Helen Magill White, Hilda White, Horace Keep White II and Horace Keep White III, Karin Andreevna White, and Mary Outwater White. Also, drafts of White's will drawn by Mynderse Van Cleef. Other correspondents include people involved with Cornell University such as Liberty Hyde Bailey, George Lincoln Burr, Ezra Cornell, Hiram Corson, Daniel Willard Fiske, Francis Miles Finch, Hiram Sibley, Henry W. Sage, Goldwin Smith, Robert H. Thurston, Moses Coit Tyler, and other members of the Board of Trustees and faculty; historical and literary figures such as Lord Acton, Herbert Baxter Adams, Lord Bryce, Andrew Carnegie, Theodore Dreiser, Charles William Eliot, Ulysses S. Grant, Justin Smith Morrill, Theodore Roosevelt, Leo Tolstoy, Hendrik Willem van Loon, Queen Victoria, Booker T. Washington and Woodrow Wilson.

Letter from White to the Cornell University Board of Trustees about the placement of the White Library, 1887.

Also, miscellaneous notes and lists on the French Revolution and Napoleon Collection; list of contemporary imprints; index to autographs; and various prose miscellany. Includes a White family genealogy. Also, a letter from Andrew Dickson White to Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf, March 27, 1911.

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