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Papers, 1846-1912.

Author: William D Washburn
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, notes, printed materials, biographical materials newspaper clippings, and other papers reflecting Washburn's affairs. Includes correspondence with his brothers, Elihu and Cadwallader Washburn concerning their financial assistance for William's education at Bowdoin College, family affairs, and his efforts to obtain federal assistance to improve navigation on the upper Mississippi River; correspondence  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Washburn family.; E B Washburne; C C Washburn; William B Allison; Clarence Cary; D M Brown; George A Blair; Edward N Dingley; Charles Hamlin; Benjamin Harrison; David Bremner Henderson; Robert Todd Lincoln; Knute Nelson; William B Allison; George A Blair; D M Brown; Clarence Cary; Edward N Dingley; Charles Hamlin; Benjamin Harrison; David Bremner Henderson; Robert Todd Lincoln; Knute Nelson; C C Washburn; Washburn family.; E B Washburne
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William D Washburn
OCLC Number: 31817164
Description: 6 folders.

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Correspondence, notes, printed materials, biographical materials newspaper clippings, and other papers reflecting Washburn's affairs. Includes correspondence with his brothers, Elihu and Cadwallader Washburn concerning their financial assistance for William's education at Bowdoin College, family affairs, and his efforts to obtain federal assistance to improve navigation on the upper Mississippi River; correspondence with G.S. Barnes & Co., a grain commission in Fargo, N.D., relating to political corruption; and letters from W.B. Allison and Clarence Cary relating to Washburn's activities as U.S. senator and representative, the national Republican Party, his financial affairs including his presidency of the Soo Line, and the building of railroads in China. Other correspondents include D.M. Brown, George A. Blair, Edward N. Dingley, Charles Hamlin, Benjamin Harrison, David B. Henderson, Robert T. Lincoln, and Knute Nelson.

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