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Papers, 1835-1920.

Author: John Albert Tiffin Hull; John Adley Hull
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, speeches, ephemera, miscellaneous documents, photographs, clippings and a diary relating to Hull's military service, political and professional life, and his years as a student as Iowa Wesleyan College and the Cincinnati Law School. A portion of the collection's materials cover the military career of Hull's son, John Adley Hull, who served as Judge Advocate with the U.S. Volunteer Army, 52nd Iowa  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Speeches, addresses, etc
Letters
Biography
Personal narratives
Named Person: John Albert Tiffin Hull; John Adley Hull
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Albert Tiffin Hull; John Adley Hull
OCLC Number: 51960906
Description: 5.75 linear ft. (10 containers)
Other Titles: John Albert Tiffin Hull papers

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Correspondence, speeches, ephemera, miscellaneous documents, photographs, clippings and a diary relating to Hull's military service, political and professional life, and his years as a student as Iowa Wesleyan College and the Cincinnati Law School. A portion of the collection's materials cover the military career of Hull's son, John Adley Hull, who served as Judge Advocate with the U.S. Volunteer Army, 52nd Iowa Infantry, during the Spanish American War. Included in this material are documents from garrison court martial cases held at Camps Lakeland and Rodgers in Florida, and correspondence between father and son.

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