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An Inventory of Papers in Syracuse University Libraries

Correspondents & Subjects of Interest
[1891 - 1913]

[*NYCHS Webmaster Note:
The finding aid devotes 10 pages to describing the collection's correspondence. It lists the writers' names as well as the subjects and corporate identities involved in seven eras covering 1812 to 1968. Since this excerpts presentation focuses on Thomas Mott Osborne, the lists for the letters in Osborne Family papers from his three eras --1861 to 1890, 1891 to 1913, and 1913 to 1928 -- are provided here.]

1891 -- 1913
Elbert Samuel Hopkins Adams, 1871-1935
Elbert Ellery Anderson, 1833-1903
Susan B. Anthony, 1820-1900
Samuel Bowles III, l851-1915
William Jennings Bryan, 1860-1925
Champ Clark, 1850-1921
Melville Clark, 1883-1953
William Osborne Dapping, 1880-1968
John A. Dix, 1798-1879
Charles W. Eliot, 1834-1926
Samuel A. Eliot, 1862-1950
Benjamin 0. Flower, 1858-1918
William Lloyd Garrison Jr., 1838-1909
William R. George, 1866-1936
Frederick R. Harris, fl. 1880
Louis McHenry Howe., 1871-1936
Charles Evans Hughes, 1862-1948
Tom L. Johnson, 1854-1911
David Wright, 1806-1897
Herbert H. Lehman, 1878-1963
William G. McAdoo, 1863-1941
Cyrus H. McCormick Jr., 1854-1936
Gerrit Smith Miller, 1845-1937
Eben Erskine Olcott, 1854-1929
Eliza Wright Osborne, 1830-1911
Lithgow Osborne, 1892 -
Thomas Mott Osborne, 1859-1926
Walter Hines Page, 1855-1918
Sereno Payne, 1843-1914
George Foster Peabody, 18527-1938
Bliss Perry, 1860-1954
Louis F. Post, 1849-1928
Walter Pulitzer, 1878-1928
Martha Coffin Pelham Wright, 1806-1875
John D. Rockefeller Jr., 1874-1960
Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962
Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1882-1945
Elihu Root, 1845-1937
Jacob H. Schiff, 1847-1920
Frank W. Stevens, 1847-1928
Helen Osborne Storrow, 1864-1944
James J. Storrow Jr., 1864-1926
William Sulzer, 1863-1941
Kate Nichols Trask, 1853-1922
Joseph P. Tumulty, 1879-1954
Oswald Garrison Villard, 1872-1949
Booker T. Washington, 1856-1915
Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924

Corporate Bodies
The Albany Democratic Conference, 1906
American Free Trade League
The Anti-Imperialist League
Anti-Saloon League
Auburn, N.Y.
Auburn Prison
Auburn Publishing Company
Buffalo Transparent Products Company
Cayuga County, N.Y.
Civil Service Reform Association
The Democratic League
Democratic Party, New York
Democratic State Committee, New York
The Eagle Wagon Works, Auburn, N.Y.
Ellis Adding Typewriter Company
George Junior Republic
Hudson River Day Line
International Harvester Trust Company
Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration
Mutual Welfare League
National American Woman Suffrage Association
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor
New York Reform Club
New York State Board of Charities
New York State Commission of Prisons
New York State Prison Council
New York State Prison Department
New York State Public Service Commission
New York State Wilson Conference
D.M. Osborne & Company
The Prison Association of New York
Sing Sing Prison
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institution
Wells College for Women, Aurora, N.Y.

Account books
Agricultural machinery
Campaign literature, 1896 and 1910
Campaign management, 1906 and 1912
Convict labor
Crime and criminals
Elections, Auburn, Cayuga County and New York
Harvesting machinery
Mowing machines
Municipal government
Natural resources
New York Conservation Commission
Parole, New York
Philippine Islands, 1898-1909
Political parties, the U.S. and New York
Politics and government, New York
Presidential election, 1912
Prison discipline
Prison periodicals
Prison sentences
Prisons, Portsmouth, N.H.; Auburn and Ossining, N.Y.
Prisons, records and correspondence
Probation, New York
Public Service Commission, the U.S. and New York
Rehabilitation of criminals
San Francisco, earthquake and fire of 1906
Tammany Hall
U.S. history, Philippine Insurrection of 1899-1901
Voyages and travels
Women's rights
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