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Selected Correspondents Index

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The numbers listed after the names of correspondents refer to box and folder numbers. For example, 3/4 refers to Box 3, Folder 4.

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C. F. Adams:
3/4, 5; 8/6; 9/4,5;10/3,4
H. B. Alexander:
13/1,2; 14/2
Charles Anderson:
2/5; 10/6
William T. Anderson:
6/3-7; 7/1, 2,5; 10/3,4; 15/2,5,7; 16/3
Benjamin Arnett:
2/6; 3/6
Henry Y. Arnett:
2/4; 3/6; 4/1; 9/1,3
Newton D. Baker:
16/2; 17/2,3; 18/4
F. L. Barnett:
2/3
Ida Wells Barnett:
9/2
Dudley Blossom:
18/5
James Bradford:
1/3-5; 2/1-3; 12/2; 13/6; 14/1,2; 15/2,5,7
Jere A. Brown:
1/3-6; 2/1,2,4-6; 3/2-4; 6/1,5,6; 7/3-5; 8/1-6; 9/1-6;10/1,3-8; 11/1-5; 13/7
George Bundy:
12/2
Theodore Burton:
2/3
Asa Bushnell:
2/1
W. Calvin Chase:
10/5, 7
Henry Cheatham:
9/2
Samuel Clark:
1/3
W. H. Clifford:
11/1,2,4,5; 13/6,7; 14/5,6; 15/7; 16/3-5
Walter Cohen:
2/2-6; 3/5; 5/1; 11/5; 13/1
E. E. Cooper:
3/2,5
Charles Cottrill:
1/3; 2/1,2; 3/2-5; 7/2,4; 9/2-4; 10/7,8;12/6; 15/5-7; 16/2,4,6,7; 18/1
Henry Demas:
2/3,6
Charles Dick:
7/4,5; 10/7; 11/1-3, 7,8; 12/2-4,6; 13/7; 15/1,4
Charles Doll:
10/1-3; 12/3
E. W. Doty:
16/1
Charles Fillmore:
2/3; 3/5; 6/5;7/5; 9/4; 12/5
Joseph B. Foraker:
1/2; 11/1; 13/7
T. Thomas Fortune:
8/5
John P. Green:
3/6; 4/1-6; 6/1,5; 7/3-5; 8/1,2,4,5; 9/1,6; 10/1, 3-8; 11/1-8; 12/3-5; 13/1-5
R. T. Greener:
2/3
W. M. Hahn:
1/2
Marcus A. Hanna:
2/1; 11/1-3
J. E. Hawkins:
3/1,2,4
George Hays:
11/3; 13/5
Perry Heath:
9/2
William R. Hopkins:
18/5
J.R. Jackson:
18/1,2
H. V. Johnson:
14/4
James Weldon Johnson:
17/6
R. G. Jones:
18/3
C. P. Lancaster:
14/6
F. J. Loudin:
9/6
John R. Lynch:
6/2; 8/3,4; 9/3; 10/3
Barney McKay:
9/1-3
John Malloy:
7/4,5; 12/2
Daniel Murray:
8/4-6; 9/6; 10/4,6,8; 11/3-6; 12/4; 13/3,4; 14/1; 17/5
George Myers (outgoing):
9/5; 10/7,8; 11/1,3,5,8; 13/3,5,7; 14/2-6; 15/2, 4-7; 16/1-3,5; 17/1-6; 18/2-7
Harvey New:
9/2
William H. Parham:
1/5,6; 2/5; 7/2,3; 8/2; 10/1,3
Reverdy Ransom:
2/4,6; 3/1,2
James Ford Rhodes:
17/5,6; 18/3
George F. Rogers:
16/2,3
James Servis:
2/2; 3/3
Fanny Shook:
8/1
Harry C. Smith:
17/6; 18/1,3-5,7
F. A. Stewart:
9/4
Carlos Stone:
2/3
Robert Terrell:
14/4,5; 15/2,3,7;16/1-5; 17/1,6
Samuel Thompson:
2/3-6; 3/3
Ralph Tyler:
1/3-6; 2/3-6; 3/1-6; 4/1-6; 5/1; 6/1,5,6; 7/1-5; 8/1, 2,4,5; 9/1; 10/1,3,5,7,8; 11/1-8; 12/3,4,6; 13/1-7; 14/1-6; 15/1-7;16/1-7; 17/1-4
J. Madison Vance:
1/6; 2/1,2; 3/5; 6/1,5
Booker T. Washington:
15/3-7; 16/5
Walter White:
17/4
R. G. Witherspoon:
10/5
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Other sources related to Myers:

1. Manuscript Collections

  1. Charles W. Chesnutt papers, Fisk University. The Myers correspondence covers areas of health, family and finances.
  2. James M. Cox papers, Ohio Historical Society. The Myers material covers his opposition to a barber licensing and examination bill.
  3. John P. Green papers, Western Reserve Historical Society (microfilm copy on file at the Ohio Historical Society). The Myers correspondence covers national and state elections, Republican party politics, Republican nominating conventions, Republican party patronage, and life in Cleveland.
  4. William McKinley papers, Library of Congress (microfilm copy on file at the Ohio Historical Society). The Myers material covers Republican party patronage.
  5. George K. Nash papers, Ohio Historical SocietyOhio Historical Society. The Myers material deals with Republican party patronage.
  6. James Ford Rhodes papers, Massachusetts Historical Society. The Myers correspondence deals with his evaluation of Rhodes's books on the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the presidencies of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. Personal and family concerns are also covered.

2. Articles and Books

  1. Garraty, John A.
    , ed. The Barber and the Historian: The Correspondence of George A. Myers and James Ford Rhodes, 1910-1923. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio Historical Society, 1956. The book is a collection of correspondence from the Myers and Rhodes manuscript collections including letters of political, personal and historiographical content between the two men.
  2. James, Felix.
    "The Civic and Political Career of George A. Myers," Journal of Negro History, v. 58, no. 2, April 1973, pp. 166-178. This article focuses on Myers's work prior to and during the Republican National Convention of 1896.

3. Newspapers

  1. Cleveland Gazette (microfilm copy on file at the Ohio Historical Society). A black newspaper run by Myers's political rival Harry C. Smith.
  2. Cleveland Leader (microfilm copy on file at the Ohio Historical Society).
  3. Cleveland News.
  4. Cleveland Plain Dealer (microfilm copy on file at the Ohio Historical Society).


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