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Louis E. Larson and family papers, 1857-1916.

Author: Louis E LarsonGeorge L BeckerTams BixbyClarence Miles BoutelleAlexander BullAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence and printed materials collected by Louis E. Larson and family of Winona, Minnesota. The correspondence primarily relates to Minnesota and national politics, particularly election campaigns, political appointments, and the Republican Party. Other topics discussed are the Civil War, the Spanish American War, the movement for African American suffrage (1869), and an epidemic in Chicago (1866).  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letterheads
Theater programs
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Louis E Larson; George L Becker; Tams Bixby; Clarence Miles Boutelle; Alexander Bull; Joseph Gurney Cannon; Champ Clark; E St Julien Cox; Cushman Kellogg Davis; Nelson Dingley; William J Donahower; Michael J Dowling; Frank M Eddy; Edward Eggleston; William Henry Eustis; James Tracy Hale; John A Hartigan; John Hay; Gideon S Ives; Patrick H Kelly; Andrew R Kiefer; Daniel William Lawler; Horace Loomis; William Rainey Marshall; A R McGill; William Rush Merriam; Stephen Miller; Charles A Morey; Knute Nelson; A M Pett; Charles A Pillsbury; J S Pillsbury; Alexander Ramsey; Theodore Roosevelt; John Sherman; Thomas Simpson; Charles Monore Start; Henry A Swift; James Albertus Tawney; Henrietta Larson Town; Charles Arnette Towne; Samuel Rinnah Van Sant; Gideon Welles; William Windom; William Watts Folwell; Mark H Dunnell
OCLC Number: 313857069
Description: 0.25 cu. ft. (1 box and 1 oversize item)

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Correspondence and printed materials collected by Louis E. Larson and family of Winona, Minnesota. The correspondence primarily relates to Minnesota and national politics, particularly election campaigns, political appointments, and the Republican Party. Other topics discussed are the Civil War, the Spanish American War, the movement for African American suffrage (1869), and an epidemic in Chicago (1866). Correspondents include such Minnesota and national political figures as: Tams Bixby, Alexander Bull, Joseph Gurney Cannon, Cushman Kellogg Davis, William Watts Folwell, John Hay, Andrew Ryan McGill, William Rainey Marshall, William Rush Merriam, Stephen Miller, Knute Nelson, John Sargent Pillsbury, Alexander Ramsey, Theodore Roosevelt, James Albertus Tawney, Samuel Rinnah Van Sant, Gideon Welles, and William Windom. The printed items include theater programs, invitations, price lists, and similar materials. Included are programs of the Winona Opera House, a program of the Winona Fair and State Exposition (1890), a Ringling Brothers circus program (1916), and a circus poster.

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