George Bliss Agnew papers, 1882-1925. (Archival material, 1882) [WorldCat.org]
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George Bliss Agnew papers, 1882-1925.

Author: George Bliss Agnew
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of Agnew's personal and political papers.
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Named Person: George Bliss Agnew; Levi P Morton; Agnew family.; Agnew family.; Levi P Morton
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Bliss Agnew
OCLC Number: 122431194
Description: 3.25 linear ft. (6 boxes, 1 package)

Abstract:

Collection consists of Agnew's personal and political papers.

Letterbook, 1893-1904, and correspondence through 1901 are almost entirely of a personal and business nature. From 1902 through 1910 the correspondence is primarily political in nature. Includes letters from constituents, associates and others interested in the outcome of bills before the New York State Legislature. Bulk of letters for 1908-1910 pertains to the gambling issue. The few letters after 1913 are mostly personal or concern the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. Two boxes relating to politics and business contain news clippings, circulars, petitions, legislative bills, speeches, reports, and some correspondence, while the box on racetrack gambling has transcriptions of legislative hearings and debates. Also, three scrapbooks relating to family interests, the National Guard, and New York State and national politics.

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