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BOX 88-89 Writings, Diaries, Drafts, and Other Memorabilia, 1854-1912
Miscellaneous material formerly found in a volume labeled "School Days," drawings and drafts of poetry, talks, notes, will and related statements, and a few drafts of letters.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material.
BOX 88 Diaries and diary notes, 1854-1856, 1881 original diary, Lucretia Rudolph Garfield
Essays, notes, and drawings, 1851-1857
BOX 89 Excerpts of poetry
"Introduction to the Literature of John Wycliff and His Contemporaries," 3 Oct. 1900
"Life and Works of Frances Burney," 21 Jan. 1902
Lines written to her five children, 19 Apr. 1912
"Mrs. Garfield on Woman's Duties," undated
Notes on artists and authors, 3 Sept. 1880
Notes on behavior of young people, 1900
Notes on gathering material for biography of James A. Garfield, 1912(?)
Notes on reading, 1910-1915
"Personal Reminiscences of Edward Everett Hale" (read before "The Miscellany"), Oct. 1899
"Rough Sketch of an Introduction to a Life of General Garfield," 1887
"A Statement for the Family of James A. Garfield addressed to Harry A. Garfield," 21 Feb. 1898
"To the Poplar Tree Outside the President's Window" (holograph poem on Executive Mansion stationery), 1881
Translation of Victor Hugo's "William Shakespeare" (incomplete), 1885
Will and related statements, 1895, 1902, 1918
Drafts of letters sent and a few originals of letters received, 1856-1912
BOX 90-92 Miscellany, 1877-1918
Biographical material about James A. Garfield and Lucretia Rudolph Garfield, certificates, inventories, and notes.
Arranged alphabetically by topic or type of material.
BOX 90 Biographical, James A. Garfield
Correspondence and related matter concerning publication and distribution of Works of James Abram Garfield, 1882-1912
"From Mentor to Elberon," by Almon Ferdinand Rockwell, Jan. 1882
Library of Congress bibliography, 1913
Material on last illness, 1881-1882
"Rough Sketch of an Introduction to a life of General Garfield," by Lucretia Rudolph Garfield (copy), 1887
Biographical, Lucretia Rudolph Garfield
Genealogical notes, undated
Medical charts during last illness, Jan.-Feb. 1918
Memorial services, Mar. 1918
Obituary notices, Mar. 1918
Helen N. Garfield's biographical notes on Lucretia Rudolph Garfield, Mar. 1918
Lucretia Garfield Comer's description of inauguration of 1881, 1952
"The Passing of a Beautiful Life," by Polly Garfield, Mar. 1918
Printed matter, including a list of descendants
BOX 91 Composition books of Mary Garfield, with letters, 1877-1883, undated
Certificates, etc.
Franking privilege
Inventories, including lists of White House furniture
BOX 92 Notes found with papers, calling cards, photographs, and related matter
BOX 93-104 Financial Papers, 1881-1917
Account books, canceled notes and checks, farm and other property records, and a file on the United States Trust Co., administrator of the Garfield Fund.
Arranged by type of material.
BOX 93 Account books
BOX 94 1890-1905
BOX 95 1905-1914
BOX 96 Bank statements, 1901-1917
California property, 1906-1917
Canceled checks, Lucretia Rudolph Garfield
Mar. 1885-1886
BOX 97 May 1886-Jan. 1891
Canceled notes, 1882-1916
BOX 98 Chicago property, 1882-1893
Cleveland Building Co., 1895
Contributions, 1885-1909
Cuyahoga County, Ohio; Euclid farm, 1883-1890
Estate of James A. Garfield, 1881-1899
Hiram property, 1908-1917
BOX 99 “Lawnfield,” Mentor, Ohio
Farm production books, 1901-1906
BOX 100 Receipts
BOX 101 1887-1907
BOX 102 1908-1917
BOX 103 Silver King Mining Co., 1877-1890
United States Trust Co., Garfield Fund, 1882-1917
BOX 104 Washington, D.C., property, 13th and I Streets, NW, 1881-1895
Miscellany, 1882-1916
BOX 105-127 Scrapbooks, 1881-1882
Twenty-five scrapbooks titled "Eighty Days History" (2 July-19 Sept. 1881); two volumes of scrapbooks on the inauguration and assassination of James A. Garfield; eight volumes of "Memorial Poetry," and seven volumes of addresses, sermons, and proceedings.
Arranged by topic or type of material.
BOX 105 “80 days history” (2 July-19 Sept. 1881)
Vol. 39
BOX 106 Vols. 40-41
BOX 107 Vols. 42-43
BOX 108 Vols. 44-45
BOX 109 Vols. 46-47
BOX 110 Vols. 48-49
BOX 111 Vols. 50-51
BOX 112 Vols. 52-53
BOX 113 Vols. 54-55
BOX 114 Vols. 56-57
BOX 115 Vols. 58-59
BOX 116 Vols. 60-61
BOX 117 Vols. 62-63
BOX 118 "Inauguration-Assassination," 1881
BOX 119 Scrapbook of clippings collected by David Robert Truitt about President James A. Garfield's death
BOX 120 Anonymous
Vol. 21
BOX 121 Vol. 3, A-B
BOX 122 Vol. 4, C-F
BOX 123 Vol. 5, G-I
BOX 124 Vol. 6, J-M
BOX 125 Vol. 7, N-R
BOX 126 Vol. 8, S-T
BOX 127 Vol. 9, V-Z
BOX 128-146 Other Memorial and Biographical Material
Biographical material relating to President James A. Garfield, including volumes about his assassination, medical history, and the trial of Charles J. Guiteau. Includes miscellaneous printed matter and newspaper clippings relating to the Garfield family and its interests.
Arranged by topic or type of material.
BOX 128 Addresses, vols. 1-2
BOX 129 Sermons
Vols. 1-2
BOX 130 Vol. 3
BOX 131 Proceedings
Vol. 1, A-M
Vol. 2, N-W
BOX 132 Separates, printed and manuscript
BOX 133 C-H
BOX 134 I-L
BOX 135 M-P
BOX 136 Q-W
BOX 137 Arthur, Chester Alan (1829-1886)
Bacon, William J.
Bartlett, W. C.
Blaine, James G.
Board of Trade, Buffalo, N.Y.
Boardman, George
Boston, Mass.
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