Kansas -- Newspapers
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Colonel Daniel Read Anthony and Paul Egbert Havens were leading businessmen and public officials in the early history of Leavenworth, Kansas. Their families intersected through the 1897 marriage of Anthony's son, Daniel Read Anthony, Jr., and Havens' daughter Elizabeth. The Anthony family papers consists primarily of career papers of Colonel Anthony, his son, and his grandson, Daniel Read Anthony III. The Havens papers are comprised largely of personal family correspondence.
This collection is composed primarily of correspondence and business forms relating to John Gilmore's activities as a newspaper publisher, journalist, state legislator, and a confidant of state governors.
This collection includes files regarding Kansas publishers and writers, compiled by the University of Kansas News Bureau, arranged alphabetically by last name. The collection also includes some information about specific newspapers established in Kansas, as well as some newspaper clippings.
The Michael A. Smith collection contains various newsclippings and newspapers from Smith's time as a journalist; unpublished manuscripts; correspondence; and various records pertaining to Smith's published works.
The collection contains correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt, Kansas Senator Arthur Capper, William Allen White, Kansas Attorney General William Smith, and Herbert Hoover, as well as clippings and radio broadcasts concerning Mr. McLaughlin. Collection also contains a delegate medal owned by McLaughlin from the Republican National Convetion held in Kansas City in 1928.