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BOX 10-11 Addition, 1905-1940
Diary, correspondence, articles, poems, speeches, and miscellany. Includes correspondence, writings, and other material of Post’s wife, Alice Thacher Post.
Arranged by type of material.
BOX 10 Diary, 1922-1927
BOX 10 Correspondence
BOX 10 Post, Louis Freeland
BOX 10 Post, Charles J.
BOX 10 Wilson, Woodrow
BOX 10 Post, Alice Thacher, A-W
(14 folders)
BOX 11 Articles
BOX 11 “Administrative Decisions in Connection with Immigration,” 1916
BOX 11 “A Carpetbagger in South Carolina,” 1925
BOX 11 “The Greatest Forgery in American Political History,” 1911
BOX 11 “Women as Managing Editors,” by Alice Thacher Post
BOX 11 “The Work of the Department of Labor of the United States during the War,” 1919
BOX 11 Poems
BOX 11 “From Youth to Youth,” 1931
BOX 11 “The Garbage Man Speaks,” 1930, by Alice Thacher Post
BOX 11 “Le Japon Frisonne-t-il Aussi?,” by Alice Thacher Post
BOX 11 “Old Age,” 1926
BOX 11 “Wisdom for Kings,” 1929, by Alice Thacher Post
BOX 11 Speeches
BOX 11 “A Non-Ecclesiastical Confession of Religious Faith,” 1905
BOX 11 Speech at a mass protest in Chicago, Ill., 1909, Feb. 14
BOX 11 Miscellany
BOX 11 Unfinished primer of political economy, 1927
BOX 11 Alice Thacher Post’s notes regarding the disposition of some of her husbands books, letters, another material, 1930-1940
BOX 11 Scrapbooks
BOX 11 Printed matter, 1920s
BOX 11 Certificate of appointment as assistant secretary of labor

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