Frederick Smith Stratton papers, circa 1886-1917. (Book, 1886) [WorldCat.org]
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Frederick Smith Stratton papers, circa 1886-1917.

Author: Frederick Smith StrattonThomas Robert BardFrank P FlintGeorge C PerkinsJohn D WorksAll authors
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Includes correspondence, scrapbooks and miscellaneous papers concerning Stratton as Collector of the Port of San Francisco, 1900-1913; Republican party activities; and business interests in California and Oregon (including land holdings in Klamath County) Correspondents include many of the most prominent California political figures of Stratton's day, including U.S. Senators Thomas Bard, Frank Flint, George Perkins  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Scrapbooks
Named Person: Frederick Smith Stratton
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Smith Stratton; Thomas Robert Bard; Frank P Flint; George C Perkins; John D Works; Julius Kahn; Joseph R Knowland; William McKinley; William H Taft; George C Pardee; James Gillette; William H Crocker; Charles Mills Gayley; John Hays Hammond; David Starr Jordan; Garret W McEnerney; Benjamin Ide Wheeler; Online Archive of California.
OCLC Number: 26754733
Language Note: In English.
Description: 23 boxes, 6 cartons, 1 oversize folder (15.25 linear feet)
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Includes correspondence, scrapbooks and miscellaneous papers concerning Stratton as Collector of the Port of San Francisco, 1900-1913; Republican party activities; and business interests in California and Oregon (including land holdings in Klamath County) Correspondents include many of the most prominent California political figures of Stratton's day, including U.S. Senators Thomas Bard, Frank Flint, George Perkins and John D. Works; Congressmen Julius Kahn and Joseph Russell Knowland; Presidents William McKinley and William Howard Taft; Governors George Pardee and James Gillette. Other correspondents include William H. Crocker, Charles Mills Gayley, John Hays Hammond, David Starr Jordan, Garret McEnerney and Benjamin Ide Wheeler.

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