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Funston, Frederick, 1865-1917


Found in 4 Records:

Compilation of articles regarding Wilder Stevens Metcalf and Frederick Funston

 Collection — Volume 1
Call Number: RH MS D238
Overview The volume is a compilation of articles and cartoons taken from local newspapers about the careers of Wilder Stevens Metcalf and Frederick Funston during the Spanish-American war, Also included are clippings about Mrs. Frederick Funston and the Kansas Roll of Honor for the Twentieth, Twenty-first, and Twenty-second Kansas regiments.Bound into the volume is an original Albert T. Reid cartoon depicting Metcalf as a U.S. pension agent and an original photograph of Wilder S. Metcalf...
Dates: 1898 - 1900

Frederick Funston clippings collection

Call Number: RH MS D275
Overview Collection of newspaper and magazine clippings regarding Kansas-based military leader Frederick Funston, the Kansas 20th Volunteers and other military units Funston later led, and other officers and soldiers in the Kansas 20th, notably Wilder Metcalf. The volumes originally came from the Wilder S. Metcalf Library and were donated to Watson Library at the University of Kansas in 1944, where staff appear to have added some clippings after donation. The collection also inclues some photographs,...
Dates: approximately 1899-1949

Frederick Funston photograph

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH PH P159

Photograph of General Frederick Funston in his military uniform.

Dates: [between 1896 and 1917]

Letter to E. E. [Edwin Emery] Slosson

Call Number: RH MS P814

In this letter to Edwin Emery Slosson, literary editor of The Independent (New York City), author Frederick Funston writes regarding Slosson's favorable review of Funston's recently-published book, Memories of two wars; Cuban and Philippine experiences, and offers his own comments on the book.

Dates: May 8, 1912