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Papers, 1880-1924.

Author: Locke Craig
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Personal correspondence and other papers, in part relating to Craig's activities as member of the North Carolina legislature (1898-1903) and as governor (1913-1917). Includes copies of political and religious speeches, and one on Freemasonry; and a chemistry notebook kept by Craig while a student at the University of North Carolina. The correspondence includes recommendations from university professors; letters from  Read more...
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Named Person: Joseph Weldon Bailey; Kemp P Battle; Henry G Connor; Carlyle Craig; Arthur Craig; A W Mangum; W J Peele; J C Pritchard; Woodrow Wilson; F D Winston; George Tayloe Winston
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Locke Craig
OCLC Number: 19490756
Description: 126 items.

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Personal correspondence and other papers, in part relating to Craig's activities as member of the North Carolina legislature (1898-1903) and as governor (1913-1917). Includes copies of political and religious speeches, and one on Freemasonry; and a chemistry notebook kept by Craig while a student at the University of North Carolina. The correspondence includes recommendations from university professors; letters from his mother; letters from Craig to his sons, Carlyle and Arthur, at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis; and a letter from Carlyle Craig describing a voyage to the Azores and the Island of Fayal. Other correspondents include J.W. Bailey, Kemp P. Battle, H.G. Connor, A.W. Mangum, W.J. Peele, J.C. Pritchard, Woodrow Wilson, F.D. Winston, and G.T. Winston.

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