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Papers, 1924-1940.

Author: Harold Timothy I Shannon
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Papers of businessman and promoter Shannon, primarily documenting his work as manager of the Wisconsin Tercentennial, a 1934 event that commemorated the arrival of Jean Nicolet in Wisconsin. Also included is scattered documentation about Shannon's involvement with progressive politicians during the 1920s.
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Genre/Form: Photographs
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Named Person: John J Blaine; Phyllis Crandall Connor; Joseph N Conway; Susan Burdick Davis; John V Diener; F Ryan Duffy; James F Hughes; Louise Phelps Kellogg; Frank W Kuehl; H L Mumm; Ella Hoes Neville; Albert Yellow Thunder; George J Schneider; Fred R Zimmerman; Harold Timothy I Shannon; Jean Nicollet; Franklin D Roosevelt
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Timothy I Shannon
OCLC Number: 40281331
Notes: Call number: Green Bay Mss 148.
Call number: Green Bay Micro 58.
Description: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box, 1 flat box, and 1 oversize folder); 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm.) + photographs.

Abstract:

Papers of businessman and promoter Shannon, primarily documenting his work as manager of the Wisconsin Tercentennial, a 1934 event that commemorated the arrival of Jean Nicolet in Wisconsin. Also included is scattered documentation about Shannon's involvement with progressive politicians during the 1920s.

The files include correspondence, reports, planning documents and budgets, and memorabilia concerning a visit by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, an appearance by Madame Schumann-Heinke, and other events; a recreated Indian village; and the historical pageant "Under Three Flags," written by Susan B. Davis and Louise Phelps Kellogg. Included is an original color copy of the Milwaukee Journal rotogravure section of August 26, 1934.

Prominent correspondents include Phyllis Crandall Connor, Joseph N. Conway, John V. Diener, F. Ryan Duffy, James Hughes, H.L. Mumm, Ella Neville, Chief Yellow Thunder, and Fred R. Zimmerman. Fragmentary general papers include correspondence from John J. Blaine, Frank W. Kuehl, George J. Schneider, and other political leaders.

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