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Oscar K. Swayze papers, 1856-1949

Author: Oscar Kepler SwayzeAnnie Lawrie Swayze CharlesJohn R JohnstonM C MorrisJason Clarke SwayzeAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The majority of this collection consists of Oscar Swayze's personal correspondence and papers. Much of the correspondence is with personal friends and family members. These include: his younger sister, Annie Lawrie (Swayze) Charles; his older sister, Julia Harriet Swayze; and his stepbrother, Jason Clarke Swayze, Jr. Topics in the collection include the U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen & Abandoned Lands;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Reminiscences
Named Person: Anne Lawrie Swayze Charles; John R Johnston; M C Morris; J C Swayze, Mrs.; Jason Clarke Swayze; Jason Clarke Swayze; Julia Harriet Swayze; Oscar Kepler Swayze
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Oscar Kepler Swayze; Annie Lawrie Swayze Charles; John R Johnston; M C Morris; Jason Clarke Swayze; Julia Harriet Swayze; Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America. Abdallah Temple (Topeka, Kan.); Freemasons. Siloam Lodge, No. 225 (Topeka, Kan.); Modern Woodmen of America. Sunflower Camp, No. 536 (Topeka, Kan.)
OCLC Number: 53906969
Description: 2 ft. (4 boxes)
Contents: Box 1. Correspondence: 1883-1925 --
box 2. Correspondence: 1926-1940, undated --
box 3. Index rerum ; reminiscences ; papers of Jason Clarke Swayze, 1856-1877 ; clippings about Reconstruction days in Georgia ; Topeka Republican Flambeau Club ; county officials convention, 1915 --
box 4. Kansas Free Fair ; Modern Woodmen of America, Sunflower Camp No. 536, Topeka, Kan. ; South Side Civic Improvement Club ; Topeka Abdallah Shrine Club ; Freemasons, A.F. & A.M., Siloam Lodge No. 225, Topeka.
Other Titles: Papers
Oscar K. Swayze collection
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The majority of this collection consists of Oscar Swayze's personal correspondence and papers. Much of the correspondence is with personal friends and family members. These include: his younger sister, Annie Lawrie (Swayze) Charles; his older sister, Julia Harriet Swayze; and his stepbrother, Jason Clarke Swayze, Jr. Topics in the collection include the U.S. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen & Abandoned Lands; Reconstruction in Georgia; Hall Lithographing Co.; Freemasons; the Kansas Free Fair; the Kansas Official Council; the Republican Party; Topeka & Shawnee County, Kan.; the South Side Civic Improvement Club; the Topeka Republican Flambeau Club; and the Topeka Press Club. Also included is a small collection of diaries & papers, 1856-1877, of Swayze's father, Jason Clarke Swayze, and records of the 1915 county officials' convention, the Topeka Abdallah Shrine (1920), Topeka chapters of the Modern Woodmen of America & Freemasons, and other organizations. In addition, there is a biographical sketch of his mother, Kate Lucy Edwards (Mrs. J.C.) Swayze, and reminiscences, 1925 Mar. 28. Correspondents include John R. Johnston and M.C. Morris.

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