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Papers, 1837-1886.

Author: John Love
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, rosters, leaflets, invitations, programs, and clippings. Topics in John Love's papers include his military career at West Point, in the Mexican War, and as recruiter for the First Dragoons (Cavalry); working with Oliver H. Smith and Willard Carpenter raising funds for the Evansville, Indianapolis, & Cleveland Straight Line Railroad Company; marketing Gatling guns in the U.S. and Europe; and the  Read more...
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Named Person: John Love; Mary Smith Love; Oliver H Smith; Willard Carpenter; Richard Jordan Gatling; James D Williams; Oliver P Morton; Grover Cleveland
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Love
OCLC Number: 32493718
Description: 3 boxes and 3 oversize folders.

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Correspondence, rosters, leaflets, invitations, programs, and clippings. Topics in John Love's papers include his military career at West Point, in the Mexican War, and as recruiter for the First Dragoons (Cavalry); working with Oliver H. Smith and Willard Carpenter raising funds for the Evansville, Indianapolis, & Cleveland Straight Line Railroad Company; marketing Gatling guns in the U.S. and Europe; and the National Soldiers Home. The papers of Mary Smith Love (1841-1885) deal mostly with her girlhood and early married life, and letters discuss family and social concerns. Newspaper pages (1875-1886) carry stories about Indiana governor James D. Williams, the death of Oliver P. Morton, the marriage of President Grover Cleveland, and prosperous black men in Indianapolis.

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