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Henry Cabot Lodge papers, 1775-1966;

Author: Henry Cabot LodgeHenry WhiteBrooks AdamsHenry AdamsJames Gillespie BlaineAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Historian and United States Senator. Personal, official and family papers spanning the years 1775-1966. Other family members represented in the collection include George Cabot, Anna Sophia Cabot, Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge, George Cabot Lodge, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and Ellerton James. Correspondents include Brooks Adams, Henry Adams, James G. Blaine, Calvin Coolidge, Worthington C. Ford, Warren G. Harding, John
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Named Person: Woodrow Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Cabot Lodge; Henry White; Brooks Adams; Henry Adams; James Gillespie Blaine; Calvin Coolidge; Worthington Chauncey Ford; Warren G Harding; John Hay; George Frisbie Hoar; Charles Evans Hughes; William McKinley; John Lothrop Motley; Cecil Spring Rice, Sir; Charles Sumner; William H Taft; George Cabot; Anna Sophia Cabot; Anna Cabot Lodge; Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge; George Cabot Lodge; John Ellerton Lodge; James Ellerton; Theodore Roosevelt; Corinne Roosevelt Robinson; Augustus Peabody Gardner
OCLC Number: 9889898
Notes: Photographs removed to the Henry Cabot Lodge photographs (Photo. Coll. 183).
Description: 51 cartons (stored offsite), and 3 oversize boxes (stored onsite).

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Historian and United States Senator. Personal, official and family papers spanning the years 1775-1966. Other family members represented in the collection include George Cabot, Anna Sophia Cabot, Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge, George Cabot Lodge, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and Ellerton James. Correspondents include Brooks Adams, Henry Adams, James G. Blaine, Calvin Coolidge, Worthington C. Ford, Warren G. Harding, John Hay, George Frisbie Hoar, Charles Evans Hughes, William McKinley, John Lothrop Motley, Cecil Spring-Rice, Charles Sumner, William Howard Taft and Henry White. Other correspondents or persons described or discussed in correspondence include Augustus P. Gardner, John Ellerton Lodge, Corinne Roosevelt Robinson and Woodrow Wilson.

Subjects covered include Republican Party politics in Massachusetts and the nation, 1870-1924, American foreign policy, 1890-1924, especially concerning the Spanish-American War of 1898, occupation of the Philippine Islands, the Panama Canal, World War I, the Treaty of Versailles, the League of Nations and the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament, 1922.

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