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Leonard Wood papers, 1825-1942

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Subject File, 1863-1934 (continued)
BOX 328 Mounted in albums (Container 328 withdrawn)
BOX 329 Mounted in albums
BOX 330 Mounted in albums (Container 330 withdrawn)
BOX 331 Mounted in albums (Container 331 withdrawn)
BOX 332 Mounted in albums (Container 332 withdrawn)
BOX 333 Mounted in albums
BOX 334 Mounted in albums (Container 334 withdrawn)
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BOX 338 Mounted in albums
BOX 339 Mounted in albums
BOX 340 Mounted in albums (Container 340 withdrawn)
BOX 341 Mounted in albums
BOX 342 Mounted in albums
BOX 343 Mounted in albums
BOX 344 Miscellaneous
BOX OV 345 Miscellaneous in oversize portfolios
BOX OV 346 Mounted in oversize album
BOX 347-348 Biographers’ Papers, 1927-1936
The Biographers' Papers series consists of biographical material compiled by Lawrence F. Abbott and Hermann Hagedorn relating to Leonard Wood, including correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and other material. The Hagedorn materials were used to write Leonard Wood: A Biography (1931).
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 347 Lawrence F. Abbott notes, correspondence, etc., circa 1927-1936
BOX 348 Hermann Hagedorn correspondence, circa 1928-1933
BOX 348 Syndicated life of Wood by Hermann Hagedorn, circa 1928-1933
BOX 349-357 Addition, 1877-1920
The Addition series contains material added to the collection after initial processing and often relate to material found elsewhere in the collection. This includes family correspondence, general correspondence, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, an account book, printed matter, and miscellany. Subjects include Cuba, Wood's candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, and naval conduct during World War I.
Material removed from the newspaper clipping scrapbooks after microfilming, consisting of correspondence, annotated clippings and printed matter, portions of a diary, cards, invitations, programs, photographs, and other memorabilia have also been included as part of this series.
No arrangement.
BOX 349 Family correspondence, 1858-1927
BOX 350 Family correspondence, 1858-1927
BOX 351 Family correspondence, 1858-1927
BOX 352 General correspondence, 1903-1928
BOX 352 Correspondence to Jessie H. Haskell, 1877-1910
BOX 352 Interview with the secretary of war, 1918
BOX 352 Letter of Wood to the Cuban Congress, 1902
BOX 352 Listing of letters
BOX 352 Photographs
BOX 352 Diary of Jacob Wood, 1886
BOX 352 General miscellany
BOX 352 Printed matter
BOX 353 Letter and statement of Wood to the Senate Committee on Relations with Cuba, 1903
BOX 353 Account book and diary, 1878-1880
BOX 354 Scrapbooks concerning Wood’s candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, 1920
BOX 355 Register of pedigree and genealogical charts
BOX 356 Items removed from newspaper clipping scrapbooks after microfilming
BOX 357 Items removed from newspaper clipping scrapbooks after microfilming

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