Kansas -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 records:
Call Number: RH MS 151
Overview Collection of correspondence written to Horton between 1868 and 1892. The correspondence primarily reflects Horton's legal career.
Dates: 1868 - 1892
Call Number: RH MS 92
Overview C.B. Hoffman, born in Atzmoos, Switzerland in 1851, came at age 3 to the United States with his family. The collection primarily consists of materials related to Hoffman's activities as a socialist from 1910-1915, containing correspondence, manuscript articles and notes by Hoffman, and scattered personal and business papers.
Dates: 1889 - 1917
Collection — Volume 1-2
Call Number: RH MS D196
Overview Scrapbook containing the proceedings of the Kansas State Legislature for the session of 1893, as published in the Topeka Daily Capital, prepared for C.S. Gleed, a Topeka, Kansas-based businessman, lawyer, newspaper publisher and editor, and staff member and member of the board of directors for the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Company. Gleed was a member of the Republican Party, legislative members of which were struggling with Populist Party members for...
Call Number: RH MS 122
Overview The James Ashford Manka papers are concerned primarily with Manka's peripheral activities, not with his law practice. The collection has been arranged by subject. File folders with this subject arrangement were maintained by Manka and fall into five categories and form a rough chronology of Manka's activities.
Dates: 1929 - 1970
Letter from H. D. Mackay (Law and Collection Office of Mackay and Sears, Leavenworth, Kansas) to Lieutenant L. E. Campbell (15th U. S. Infantry, Fort Wayne, Detroit, Michigan)
Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS P621
Overview Letter written October 26, 1866 by Leavenworth, Kansas businessman H. D. Mackay, denouncing the administration of U. S. President Andrew Johnson in the nation's period of post-Civil War Reconstruction. The envelope is addressed to L. E. Campbell but postmarked September 28. Mackay's letter is to Lieutenant Lafayette Campbell, who later married a niece of Johnson's successor, Ulysses S. Grant.
Dates: October 26, 1866
Call Number: RH MS 27
Overview Humphrey was governor of Kansas, 1888-1892. This collection of correspondence and documents, which is arranged chronologically, covers the period from 1872 to 1906.
Dates: 1872 - 1906