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Author: Robinson Locke; David Ross Locke; Republican Party (Ohio)
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Correspondence, documents, newspaper articles, photographs, invitations, and memorabilia, relating to Locke's activities as editor of the Toledo Blade, U.S. consul in England, drama critic, thirty-third degree Mason, bank director, and officer or trustee with Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo Public Library, and Toledo Symphony Orchestra; papers of his father, David Ross Locke, including correspondence (1851-1887),  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Obituaries
Invitations
Reviews
Correspondence
Named Person: Nathaniel Locke; Thomas Nast
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robinson Locke; David Ross Locke; Republican Party (Ohio)
OCLC Number: 49797566
Description: 1 box.

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Correspondence, documents, newspaper articles, photographs, invitations, and memorabilia, relating to Locke's activities as editor of the Toledo Blade, U.S. consul in England, drama critic, thirty-third degree Mason, bank director, and officer or trustee with Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo Public Library, and Toledo Symphony Orchestra; papers of his father, David Ross Locke, including correspondence (1851-1887), business papers, photographs, newspaper clippings, literary ms., undated letter from his grandfather, Nathaniel Locke regarding early hardships, David R. Locke's commission as 2nd lieutenant in 65th Ohio Infantry at the outbreak of the Civil War, letters from cartoonist Thomas Nast regarding their collaboration, and materials associated with a play written by David Locke; and scrapbooks reflecting Robinson Locke's study and travel in Europe, including descriptions of London, Paris, Rome, and other cities, letters from and poems written by David R. Locke, photographs, obituaries, invitations, materials of Ohio Republican Party, drama reviews written by Robinson Locke, and correspondence with playwrights, actors, and drama critics.

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