Manuscript Collections - Hanford MacNider Papers

2022

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HANFORD MACNIDER PAPERS, 1902-1967
56 linear feet (128 manuscript boxes)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

1889 Oct 2 Born in Mason City, Iowa. Son of Charles Henry and May Hanford MacNider.

1907 Graduated from Milton Academy

1911 Graduated from Harvard

1916‑17 Mexican border service with the Iowa National Guard

1917‑19 Service with the AEF in France, advancing to grade of Lt. Col.

1920‑21 State Commander of the American Legion

1921‑22 National Commander of the American Legion

1922 Declined offer of Senate appointment by Governor Nate Kendall.

1924 Aug. One of the founders of the Republican Service League

1925 Feb. 20 Married Margaret McAuley

1925‑28 Appointed AssistantSecretary of War (Acting Secretary of War: Sep‑Oct, 1926)

1925‑30 Member of the George Washington Bicentennial Commission

1928 Receives serious consideration as a Vice‑Presidential candidate

1930‑32Appointed Minister to Canada. Negotiated St. Lawrence River Treaty

1932Vice‑Presidential candidate

1940 Favorite son candidate for GOP presidential nomination. Declined Wendell Willkie's request that he serve as Willkie's running mate. Delegate at large to GOP National Convention.

1941 Opposed lend‑lease bill. Member of America First Committee resigned on December 4.

1941‑45 Immediately following Pearl Harbor he insisted on being recalled to active duty. Promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in August, 1942. He was wounded while commanding the Buna Task Force in New Guinea. After a lengthy recuperation he was given command of the 158th Regimental Combat Team (Bushmasters) and assigned the task of clearing the vital Bicol Peninsula.

1947‑51 Commanding General, 103rd Infantry Division (OR). Promoted to Maj. General on Mar 31, 1949 and retired as a Major General (USAR) on Sep 30, 1951.

1952 Declined cabinet post in the Eisenhower administration.

1956 Advanced to rank of Lt. General on the retired list

1968 Feb 18, Died while on vacation, in Sarasota, Florida

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Boxes Series
1-86 SUBJECT FILES, 1902‑1967
111-128  Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, press releases, reports, maps, charts, and printed matter concerning MacNider's activities as a soldier, diplomat, and government official. Assistant Secretary of War correspondence is partially indexed. Arranged alphabetically by name or subject.

87‑110 REPUBLICAN SERVICE LEAGUE RECORDS, 1924‑1936. Correspondence, telegrams, memoranda, clippings, press releases, reports, card files of contact persons, and printed matter documenting MacNider's role as cofounder of the Republican Service League. Arranged chronologically, then grouped into subjects or states and arranged alphabetically within the groups.

FOLDER LIST

SUBJECT FILES

Box Contents

1

Adams, Myron E., 1925‑1926
?The AEF of a Conscientious Subaltern

Draft, undated
Correspondence, 1956 (2 folders)

America First Committee

Correspondence, 1941
MacNider remarks in Congressional Record, 1940-1941
?Pamphlets and Bulletins, 1940-1941 and undated
?Reaction to Introduction of Charles Lindbergh, May 1941
?Reaction to Lend Lease Speech, Jan 1941
Speeches, 1941
Statement Before Senate on Lend Lease, Feb 6, 1941

American Battle Monuments Commission, 1926
American Guardian Association, 1925‑1926
American Legion

Adjutants – Department, 1924‑1925
Adjutants – National, 1924-1927 (2 folders)

2

Adjutants – Post, 1924‑1925
Articles and Talks, undated
American Legion Auxiliary, 1924‑1927
American Legion Monthly – Correspondence, 1926‑1927
American Legion Weekly – Correspondence, 1923‑1925
Commanders – Department, 1924‑1925
Commanders – National, 1919-1940 (2 folders)
Commanders – Post, 1924‑1925
Commendation Letters, 1926‑1927

3

Congratulations on Election as National Commander A – Q, 1921 (5 folders)

4

Congratulations on Election as National Commander R – Z, 1921
Conventions

Omaha, 1925
Philadelphia, 1926
France, 1927

Correspondence, 1925-1926 (3 folders)

5

Correspondence, 1926-1928 (5 folders)
Endowment Fund Drive, 1925

6

Iowa Gold Star Memorial Highway Commission, 1925
Iowa Legionnaire – Correspondence, 1924
?Lists, 1921‑1924
?National Child Welfare Reports, Aug 1927
National Executive Committee Meeting, Jan 10‑11, 1927
National Executive Committee Meeting, May 12‑13, 1927
?Past National Officers
Weekly Bulletin, 1926‑1928

?The American Peace Award Plan, circa 1920
Amy, Henry J., 1925
Andrews, Piatt, 1924‑1925
Andrews, Philip, 1926‑1927
Annals of Iowa – Hanford MacNider by Dorothy H. Rankin, Apr 1956, April 1926
?Antiques, 1925‑1928
Army‑Navy Football Game – Ticket Correspondence, 1925-1926 (2 folders)

7

Army‑Navy Football Game – Ticket Correspondence, 1926-1927 (4 folders)
Assistant Secretary of War

?Air Corp A – L

?8

Air Corp M – W
?Airplane Maps
Annual Report, 1927
Appointment Books, 1926-1927 (2 folders)
Appreciation Letters A – F

9

Appreciation Letters G – Z
Articles

?Washington Post, Dec 19, 1925
?Sep 1927 (dogs)
Requests, 1925-1927 (2 folders)

?10

Baby Cabinet, 1925‑1927
Calling Cards, 1925-1928 (2 folders)
Christmas

Official Greetings, 1925-1926 (2 folders)
Official and Personal Greetings, 1927
Personal Greetings, 1925‑1926

Citizens Military Training Camp, 1926‑1927
Claims, 1926‑1928

11

Commissions in Army – Requests, 1926‑1927
Clemency Appeals, 1926‑1927
Congratulatory Correspondence A – I, 1925 (5 folders)

12

Congratulatory Correspondence J – Z, 1925 (5 folders)
?Corn Sugar
?Criticism

?13

Current Procurement, 1926‑1927
Decorations and Awards – Requests, 1926‑1927
Discharges – Military, 1926‑1927
?Enlisted Men, 1925‑1928
Industrial Mobilization, 1926‑1927
Industrial Preparedness – Letters of Commendation, Dec 1927

14

Introductions – Appointments (3 folders)
Invitations – Accepted, Nov 1925-Jan 1926 (2 folders)

15

Invitations – Accepted, Feb-June, 1926 (5 folders)

16

Invitations – Accepted – Northwestern Tour, July 1926
Invitations – Accepted, July-Sep 9, 1926 (5 folders)

17

Invitations – Accepted, Sep 10, 1926-Jan 28, 1927 (6 folders)

18

Invitations – Accepted, Jan 29-May 20, 1927 (6 folders)

19

Invitations – Accepted, May 26-Aug 6, 1927 (6 folders)

20

Invitations – Accepted, Aug 10-Nov 10, 1927 (5 folders)

21

Invitations – Accepted, Nov 11, 1927-Apr 1928 (3 folders)
Invitations – Declined, Nov 1925-Feb 1926 (4 folders)

22

Invitations – Declined, Mar-June 12, 1926 (5 folders)

23

Invitations – Declined, June 13-Nov 10, 1926 (6 folders)

24

Invitations – Declined, Nov 11, 1926-Mar 1927 (5 folders)

25

Invitations – Declined, Apr-June 1927 (4 folders)

26

Invitations – Declined, July-Oct 1927 (4 folders)

27

Invitations – Declined, Nov-Dec 1927 (4 folders)

28

Invitations – Declined, 1928 (4 folders)
Invitations – Indefinite, Nov 1925-Jan 1926

29

Invitations – Indefinite, Apr 1926-Oct 1927 (4 folders)

30

Invitations – Indefinite, Nov 1927‑Feb 1928
?Invitations to be Patrons and Patronesses
Invitations from MacNider, 1926 (2 folders)
Invitations from MacNider – Dinner for Secretary of War, Apr 29, 1926
?Legislation Correspondence
?Library of Congress
?Lindbergh, Charles A. – Correspondence About
?Memos
?Military Training (2 folders)

?32

Militia Bureau (3 folders)
?Militia Bureau – Commendations
?Munitions Battalion

?33

Officers A – R (4 folders)

?34

Officers S – Y
?Official Letters
Paris Trip, 1928
?Personal, 1925-1928 (2 folders)

?35

Photographs – Correspondence About
?Political Ambition
?Positions in War Department – Requests (2 folders)
?President's Committee on Outdoor Recreation
?Press Clipping Services
Press Releases, 1925‑1928 and undated
Press Releases – Speeches, 1925‑1927
?Printed Material

?36

Records of Military Service (2 folders)
?Reference Requests A – GRAL (2 folders)

?37

Reference Requests GRAV – Z (4 folders)
Religion, 1926

?38

Reserve Officers A – M (5 folders)

?39

Reserve Officers N – Y (3 folders)
?Reserve Officers Association
?Reserve Officers Training Corps
?Residences
?Resignation, Adams – Logan

?40

Resignation, Magee – Wright
?Resolutions
?Speakers – Requests
?Speeches, 1925‑1927
Travel Orders, 1925-1927 (2 folders)

?41

Troops
?Veterans Bureau A – H (4 folders)

?42

Veterans Bureau I – W (5 folders)
? War Trophies

?43

West Point Admission (2 folders)
?The Atlantic Monthly, June 1947
?Autographs, 1925‑1927
Baird, Charles Jr., 1925‑1927
Baird, William H., 1925‑1927
Bartlett, Charles W., 1925‑1927
Barton, James F., 1925‑1930
Barton, Robert T., 1925‑1927
Benson, Archie, 1925‑1956

?44

Bills, 1919‑1928
Boy Scouts, 1924‑1925
Brookmire Economic Service, 1927
Brown, Roscoe D., 1925‑1928 (major)
?Campaign of 1926
?Campaign of 1928
?Campaign of 1936
Campaign of 1940

Correspondence, 1939-May 1940 (4 folders)

45

Correspondence, June-Nov 1940 and undated (3 folders)
?Press Releases
?Printed Material
?Reaction Mail, Jan-June 1940 and undated (3 folders)
?Speeches, 1939-1940 (2 folders)
Speeches Nominating MacNider for President

Canada – Minister to

Correspondence, 1930

46

Correspondence, 1931-1932 (4 folders)
Speeches, 1930‑1932 and undated

Cappell, Marvin, 1925‑1928 (colonel)
?Clubs, 1925‑1928
Combat Medal Men's Association, 1926
Cook, Louis H., 1926
?Coolidge, Calvin, 1924‑1929
Corey, 1925‑1928 (colonel)
Correspondence: A, 1924-Sep 1925

47

Correspondence: B – G, 1924-Sep 1925 (8 folders)

48

Correspondence: H - M, 1924-Sep 1925 (8 folders)

49

Correspondence: Mc – S, 1924-Sep 1925 (9 folders)

50

Correspondence: T – Z, 1924-Sep 1925 (4 folders)
Correspondence: A – C, Oct 1925-1928 (3 folders)

51

Correspondence: D – J, Oct 1925-1928 (7 folders)

52

Correspondence: K – R, Oct 1925-1928 (7 folders)

53

Correspondence: S – Z, Oct 1925-1928 (6 folders)
Correspondence: Apr 1928-1932 (2 folders)

54

Correspondence: 1933-1941, 1946-1967 (6 folders)
Correspondence – Telegrams Received, 1922-1925 (3 folders)
Correspondence – Telegrams Sent, 1922-1923 (2 folders)

55

Correspondence – Telegrams Sent, 1924-1925 (2 folders)
Correspondence, undated
Crosfield, Colonel George, 1924‑1926
Crumpacker, M. E., 1926
Cummins, Albert B., 1924‑1926
Darling, Jay N. (Ding), 1926‑1962
Davis, Wayne, 1925‑1928
Davison, F. Trubee, 1926‑1940
Diltz, Volney, 1925‑1928

55

Disabled American Veterans of the World War, 1926‑1927
District of Columbia Memorial, 1927
D'Olier, Franklin, 1924-1926 (2 folders)

56

D’Olier, Franklin, 1927-1947 (2 folders)
Donations, 1925‑1927
Donovan, William J., 1925‑1926
Dutey, Henry, 1925‑1956
Editorials, 1925-1928 (2 folders)
Ervin, R. G., 1926‑1929
Ewing, John D., 1926‑1927

*57

Filley, John D., 1925‑1927
Fitzgerald, Roy G., 1925‑1926
Foch, Marshall – Western Tour of United States Itinerary, 1921
Forty‑Second Division – Summary of Operations and Map for American Battle

Monuments Commission, Feb 5, 1926

Fraser‑Campbell, Arnold, 1925
Freak Letters (obsolete cross reference)
French, G. Decker, 1927‑1928
Gansser, Augustus H., 1925‑1926
Gold Star Memorial Highway Commission, 1925‑1926
Goodell, Lane, 1925‑1928
Grand Army of the Republic, 1926‑1927
Grinnell, Lawrence G., 1926
Gustafson, A. C., 1928
 Hall, W. Earl, 1924‑1928
Halligan, Bert L., 1925‑1928
Ham, Wilkie, 1925‑1927
Harbord, James G., 1924‑1932 (general)
Harlan, E. R., 1926‑1927

58

Harvard Alumni Bulletin, 1925 (2 folders)
Harvard University, 1923-1928 (2 folders)
Harvard University – Graduate School of Business Administration, 1925
Harvey, George W., 1925‑1927
Haynes, Glenn C., 1924‑1940
Healey, William B., 1925‑1927
Healy, Columbus, 1926‑1927
Hevenor, Richard J., 1925‑1927
Hippee, George P., 1925‑1926
Hodges, Wetmore, 1925‑1927
Hogan, R. R., 1925‑1926 (major)
?Hollowell, R. P. and Mrs., 1924‑1927
Hooper, Henry, 1924‑1926
Hoover, Herbert

Correspondence, 1927‑1959

59

Trip to Mason City, 1954
? Scrapbook of 1928 Presidential Campaign
?Scrapbook of 1932 Presidential Campaign

Hornblower, Ralph, 1924‑1940
?Income Tax
Ingham, Harvey, 1926‑1927
?Insurance Receipts

60

James, Marquis, 1925‑1932
Johnson, Royal, 1925‑1927
Kelly, John H., 1925‑1927
Key Men of America, 1926
King, Stafford, 1925‑1926
Knox, Frank, 1926‑1939
Koch, Herman H., 1925‑1927
Laird, R. J., 1924‑1959
Landis, Kenesaw M., 1926
Landis, Reed, 1925‑1926
Lee, Thomas A. 1926‑1927
Lindbergh, Charles, 1927
Linn, W. Scott, 1924‑1928

61

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 1928‑1967
?MacArthur, Douglas
Presidential Candidacy – Correspondence, 1947-1948 (2 folders)
?McAuley, Mrs. D. M., 1926
MacNider, Angus, 1928, 1940‑1949 (2 folders)
MacNider, Hanford

?Birth Certificate
Namesakes, 1925‑1927
Resignation as Assistant Secretary of War, 1928
?Miscellaneous

MacNider, Jack, 1927, 1942‑1944 and undated
MacNider, Margaret, 1942‑1945 and Undated

62

MacNider, Tom, 1926‑1927, 1941‑1945 and undated
MacNider Family – Genealogy Inquiries – Postcards
Marshall, Verne, 1926‑1956
McBride, H.D., 1926
McGinnis, Ralph A., 1926‑1927
McNider, C.H., 1902‑1927 (2 folders)

63

McNider, C. H., 1928-1952 and undated (2 folders)
?McNider, C. H. – 50th Anniversary
?McNider, Mrs. C. H., 1918‑1921, 1942-1943, 1954 (2 folders)
McQuigg, John R., 1925‑1926
Miles, Frank, 1925-1926 (2 foldes)

64

Miles, Frank, 1927‑1940
?Military Career
?Military Decorations, Citations and Awards
Murphy, J. R., 1925‑1949
Muse, William F., 1925‑1928
National Aeronautic Association, 1927
National Civic Federation, 1927
National Memorial Foundation, 1927
National Memorial University Association, 1925‑1926
National Rifle Association, 1926‑1927
National Sesquicentennial, 1925‑1926
New Years Greetings, 1926
Ninth Infantry

Correspondence, 1925‑1935
Belt Buckle, 1925‑1926

?65

Northwestern States Portland Cement – Run of the Mill and Editorials, 1957‑1967
O'Laughlin, John C., 1927
O'Leary, H. A. (Dutch), 1925-1928 (5 folders)
?103rd Infantry, 1950‑1951

66

Overseas Graves Decoration Trust, 1924‑1927
?Packard Motor Company, 1925‑1928
Palmer, Frederick, 1927 (colonel)
Pershing, John J., 1923
?Photographs, 1921, 1926-1945 and undated (4 folders)
?Photographs – Family, 1942‑1945
?Photographs – Military, 1942‑1945

?67

Photographs, 1950-1958 and undated (3 folders)
Pierce, Waldo, 1926‑1927
?Printed Material, 1919-1924, 1933-1952 (2 folders)
Quigley, Q. A., 1927‑1928
Quinn, John R., 1925‑1926
Republican National Committee Bulletins, 1928

68

Robbins, C. B., 1924-1928 (3 folders)
Roberts, Alton T., 1925‑1928
?Roosevelt, Theodore, 1924‑1927
Sanders, Everett, 1925‑1927
Saunders, L. R., 1926
??Savage, Howard P., 1926‑1927
Scottish Memorial, 1926‑1927
Second Division Association

Correspondence, 1924-Oct 1925

69

Correspondence, Nov 1925-1928
Correspondence A – Se (5 folders)

70

Correspondence Sh – Y
Historical Committee Notes
History, 1927
Indianhead Publication, 1926‑1927, 1939
Memorial, 1927
Miscellaneous
New Members, 1927
Printed Material

71

Reunion, 1926-1928 (6 folders)

72

Shafer, W. B., 1924‑1961
Shankland, H. L.
Shephard, Grant, 1925‑1927
Simpson, Peggy, 1925
Smith, Alfred C., 1925‑1926
Smith, Perry D., 1925‑1926
Sowers, Dan, 1927
Spafford, Edward E., 1925‑1928
Speeches, 1930‑1940
Speeches – Drafts, 1921-1925 and undated (2 folders)
Steck, Daniel F., 1924-1928 (2 folders)
Steiwer, Fred, 1927
Stern, William, 1924‑1927

*73

Stewart, David W., 1924‑1928
Stone, E. R., 1924‑1928 (colonel)
Sullivan, Humphrey, 1924-1928 (2 folders)
Thompson, Joseph H., 1924‑1928
United Spanish War Veterans, 1926
Verdun Memorial Committee, 1926‑1927
Veterans' Bonus, undated (copy from general correspondence)
Vollmer, Arthur, 1925‑1928 (captain)
Walsh, James L., 1925‑1928
War Mothers Memorial Association, 1926‑1927

74

Washington, George

Commission for the Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Birth, 1925‑1928
Memorial Building, 1921‑1926

Webster, B. A., 1924‑1927
Whaley‑Eaton Service, 1925-1928 (2 folders)
White, Colonel H. A., 1926‑1927
White, James C., 1926‑1927
Wicker, John J., 1925‑1927

75

Williams, J. H., 1924-1928 (4 folders)
Williams, James T., 1924‑1928
Willis, Frank B., 1925
Wilson, Reverend G. R. 1927
Windt, Heylinger de, 1926
Wood, General Leonard, 1926‑1927

*76

World War I

Combat Diary – Ninth Infantry by MacNider, 1918
Daily News Bulletin, Mar-May 1919 (5 folders)
Data on the Divisions of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) by R. R. Detz
(men and material captured, casualties, kilometers advanced, quiet hours)

77

Military Information, Oct 1917-Oct 28, 1918 (6 folders)

78

Military Information, Oct 29, 1918-Jan 1919
Military Information – Air, May-Nov 1918 (2 folders)
Military Intelligence, Jan-Nov 1918 (4 folders)
Miscellaneous
Orders, 1918‑1919

*79

Passport
Reports on Operations, July 1918
War Diary: Headquarters AEF, May 26-Oct 26, 1918 (2 folders)

World War II

Clippings and Newsletters, 1943-1944 and undated
Correspondence, General, Jan-Aug 1942 (4 folders)

80

Correspondence, Sep 1942-Feb 1943 (7 folders)
Correspondence – Christmas Cards, 1942

81

Correspondence, General, Mar-Nov 1943 (7 folders)

82

Correspondence, General, Dec 1943-Aug 1944 and undated (5 folders)
Correspondence – Christmas Cards, 1943
Correspondence – Military, Jan 1942-Apr 1943 (3 folders)

83

Correspondence – Military, May 1943-1945 and undated (7 folders)

84

Invitations, Programs
Maps (2 folders)
Miscellaneous (2 folders)

85

Notebook, Cookbook
Operation Bicol, Mar 1945
Orders, Nov 1944 -Mar 1945 (4 folders)
Press Reports
Printed Material
Receipts, Tickets

86

Reports

Luzon Historical Report
M‑1 Operation
S‑2 Operation
S‑3 Operation
Weekly Report, Feb 7‑14, 1945

Miscellaneous and Memorabilia

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REPUBLICAN SERVICE LEAGUE RECORDS

Box Contents

87

General File, 1924

Circular Letters and Campaign Literature
Circular Telegrams
Correspondence (6 folders)
Expenses Statement
Expense Vouchers
Miscellaneous
Republican National Committee

Chicago

88

Washington, D.C.
West, Roy O.

Roosevelt, Theodore
Scrapbook of Campaign Material
State Chairmen

State Files, 1924

Alabama – Guin, J. Foy
Arizona

Bird, Duane
Bowyer, Shad
Clingan, Burt H.
Sullivan, Henry J.

Arkansas

General
Mallory, George L.
Remmel, Paul

California

General
Fitts, Buron
Hatfield, George J.
Howe, John D.
Lineberger, Walter F.
McKinley, J. W.
Swing, Philip
Tuller, Walter K. 

Colorado

89

Connecticut

General
Fennel, Justus J.

Delaware

General
Miller, Thomas W.

Florida

General
Adams, Thomas S.

Georgia

General
Thomas, Landon

Idaho

General
Jenness, Harold

Illinois

General
Ames, Carlos

Indiana

General
Rich, Roy F.

Iowa

General
Boudinot, Eugene
Cozad, W. T.
DeWitt, John R.
Diltz, Volney
Doolittle, Clyde
Godden, W. H.
Halligen, Bert L.
Hollowell, Tom P.
Johnson, Harry S.
Manning, Edwin
Palmer, King R.
Prince, E. P.
Robbins, C. Burton
Shaffer, F. B.
Shoemaker, Ray D.
Stewart, David
Webster, Abe

90

County Chairmen
Circular Telegrams to District Chairmen

Kansas

General
Hamilton, J. D. M.
Lee, Thomas A.
MacFarland, Frank H.
Palmer, Paul C.

Kentucky

General
Carter, Ellerbe W.

Louisiana
Maine

General
Gardiner, Tudor W.
Shumway, S. N.

Maryland

General
Markey, D. John
McLanahan, J. Craig

Massachusetts

General
Andrew, A. Piatt
Robart, Ralph W.

91

Sherburne, John H.
Stern, G. M.

Michigan

General
Alger, Frederick M.
Baxter, Howard
Brucker, Wilber M.
Burridge, A. L.
Cowan, John
McKee, Mark
McLeod, Clarence
Mitzel, Frank G.
Randall, Clarence B.
Roberts, Alton T.
Vincent, Bird

Minnesota

General
Collins, Louis L.
Leach, George E.
McGovern, John F.
Nelson, Arthur E.

Mississippi

General
Brennan, E.F.

Missouri
Montana

General
Gault, Frank P.
Leavitt, Scott

Nebraska

General
Brome, Clinton
Cline, Earl M.
Simmons, Robert A.

Nevada

General
Moore, Charles W.

New Hampshire
New Jersey

General
Johnson, Charles F. H.

New Mexico

General
Toulouse, Major J. H.

New York

General
Bacon, Robert L.
Callan, Albert S.
Fish, Hamilton Jr.
Harris, George W.
Mills, Ogden L.
Wainwright, J. Mayhew

North Carolina

General
Fisher, Adam

North Dakota

General
Sarles, Karl

93

Stern, William
Traynor, Mack V.

Ohio

General
Brown, Thad H.
Fitzgerald, Roy G.
Hough, B. W.
Montgomery, Charles W.
Rogers, Walter

Oklahoma

General
Fell, H.P.
Hurley, P.J.

Oregon

General
Crumpacker, Maurice E.
Goodell, Lane

Pennsylvania

General
David, David J. (Governor)
D'Olier, Franklin
Magee, James M.
Reed, David A.
Taylor, Vernon F.
Thompson, Col. J. H.
Watres, Lawrence H.
Woodside, Robert G.

Rhode Island

General
Sturges, Major Rush

South Carolina
South Dakota

General
Johnson, Royal
Stephens, L. L.
Williams, J. H., Aug 14-Oct 21, 1924

94

Williams, J. H., Oct 22, 1924-Aug 19, 1925

Tennessee

General
Greer, E. C.
Reece, B. Carroll
Scott, Lon

Texas

General
Peairs, Herbert
Wurzbach, Harry M.

Utah

General
Gardner, Hamilton
Hines, Gen. Frank T.
Mabey, Charles R.

Vermont ‑ Jackson, A. Nelson
Virginia

General
Paul, John

Washington

General
Inglis, William M.
Sullivan, John J.
Swale, Thomas N.

West Virginia

General
Bond, John C.
Goff, Guy D.

Wisconsin

General
Bradley, Harry E.
Jackson, J. W.
Seaman, Gilbert

95

Wyoming

General
Tonkin, A.B.

National Conference 1925

General Correspondence, 1925-1927 (3 folders)
General File 1928

Bulletins
Correspondence
Criticism
Donovan, William J.
Expenses

96

Form Letters
Good, James (Chair)
Letter and Wire Samples
Lists
Organization
Positions
Precinct and Ward Lists
Press Releases
Printed Materials
Republican National Committee – Interoffice Memos
Republican National Convention

General – Kentucky

97

Louisiana – New York
North Carolina‑ Wyoming

Roosevelt, Theodore

Speeches
State and County Chairmen – List
Supplies Purchased
Telegrams
Washington Wires
Work, Herbert

1928 State Files

Arkansas

General
Remmel, Paul

Arizona

98

California
Colorado

General
Vivian, John

Connecticut
District of Columbia

General
Markey, D. John
Akerson, George

Florida
Georgia
Illinois

99

Indiana

General
Kidd, Linn

Iowa

General (4 folders)

100

Circular telegrams and Postelection Correspondence
County lists

Kansas

General
Stites, Henry J.

Louisiana
Maryland

General
Markey, D.J.

Massachusetts

101

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana

General
Gault, Frank P.

Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

102

New Jersey

General
D'Olier, Franklin
Grimshaw, John

New Mexico
New York

General (2 folders)
Adamson, Hans
Callan, Albert

103

North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio

General
Darlington, Charles L.
County Lists

Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania

*104

Rhode Island
South Dakota
Tennessee

General
Gree, E. C.

Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia

General

105

Jones, Casey M.

Wisconsin

General (2 folders)
Barrett, Edward J.
County Lists and Circular Telegrams

Wyoming

1932 Campaign File

Printed Material
Specimen Letters (templates)
State and County Chairs

1936 General File

Correspondence
Miscellaneous

*106

Printed material – Campaign Literature and Ephemera
Specimen Letters (templates)
State and County Chairs

1936 State File

 Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Idaho
Illinois

107

Indiana
Kansas (2 folders)
Kentucky
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts

108

Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico

109

Ohio (3 folders)
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania (2 folders)
Rhode Island

110

South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

SUBJECT FILES

111‑121 Clippings, 1918-1949 and undated

*122 WW II correspondence between Hanford and Margaret MacNider, Jan-Nov 1942

123-128 WW II correspondence between Hanford and Margaret MacNider, Dec 1942-1945

Assistant Secretary of War: Correspondence:

1. Correspondence: General
Assistant Secretary of War: Official Letters

See also under name of individual in:

1. Subject Files
2. Subject Files: correspondence--Personal General (boxes 46‑55)

Assistant Secretary of War: Personal

See also under name of individual in:

1. Subject Files
2. Subject Files: correspondence--Personal General (boxes 46‑55)

Campaign of 1932. See: Canada, Minister to
First National Company: See: O'Leary, H. A.

Arlington National Cemetery and Burial of the Unknown Dead by Mary Francis Adams –
destroyed on June 2, 2011 due to preservation concerns. Full of active mold, pages stuck together and much of the pages had been eaten away. Reviewed by Craig Wright, Marcus Eckhardt, and Matt Schaefer.

Mar 11, 2015 Archivist Craig Wright reviewed
* indicated boxes reviewed 57, 73, 76, 79, 104, 106, 122

Box 57 – Folder “Freak Letters” only had a reference to materials moved to the cage as restricted. Currently no folder in the cage matching description

Box 73 – No folder called “Unclassifiable Material” in the box

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