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Frederick Dixon papers, 1897-1923

Author: Frederick Dixon
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Correspondence, memoranda, and printed material relating primarily to Dixon's work as editor of the Christian Science Monitor. Correspondence, 1916-1918, between Dixon and Charles D. Warner, chief of the Monitor's Washington bureau, contains political gossip, rumors of foreign intrigue and espionage, comments on World War I especially regarding the use of submarines and the English blockade, the establishment of a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Johann Heinrich Bernstorff, Graf von; William Jennings Bryan; Mary Baker Eddy; Edward Mandell House; J J Jusserand; Robert Lansing; Henry Cabot Lodge; Cecil Spring Rice, Sir; William H Taft; Charles D Warner; Woodrow Wilson
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Dixon
OCLC Number: 70979905
Language Note: Collection material in English.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1977.
Description: 500 items. 2 containers. 1 microfilm reel. 0.8 linear feet.

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Correspondence, memoranda, and printed material relating primarily to Dixon's work as editor of the Christian Science Monitor. Correspondence, 1916-1918, between Dixon and Charles D. Warner, chief of the Monitor's Washington bureau, contains political gossip, rumors of foreign intrigue and espionage, comments on World War I especially regarding the use of submarines and the English blockade, the establishment of a home for Jews in Palestine, and events in Mexico. Other correspondence concerns Mary Baker Eddy and controversies within the Christian Science Church. Correspondents include Count Johann Heinrich von Bernstorff, William Jennings Bryan, Edward Mandell House, J.J. Jusserand, Robert Lansing, Henry Cabot Lodge, Sir Cecil Spring Rice, William H. Taft (1857-1930), and Woodrow Wilson.

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