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Cole, Ashley W., 1841-1920.
Papers of the American editor, railroad commissioner, executive secretary to New York State Governor Levi P. Morton. Incoming correspondence concerning railroads (Avery Andrews, Paul D. Cravath, Chauncey M. Depew, James Jerome Hill, Jeremiah Jenks, Theodore Roosevelt); politics (Thomas Collier Platt, L. Bradford Prince); the John Ericsson monument in New York City (Jonathan Scott Hartley); and the personal life of actress Louise D. (Mrs. Leslie) Carter.
Odell, Benjamin B. (Benjamin Barker), 1854-1926.
Papers of the New York State Governor, 1901-1904. Both incoming and outgoing correspondence, three items of which concern the selection of Ray Brook as the proposed site of the State Hospital for consumptives. Correspondence with Horatio Collins King, Anson G. McCook, John G. McCullough, Nathan L. Miller, Henry Codman Potter, and others.
Hill, David B. (David Bennett), 1843-1910.
New York State Governor, 1885-1891; U.S. Senator, 1891-1897. Collection contains incoming and outgoing correspondence (chiefly political), legal papers and memorabilia.
Root, Elihu, 1845-1937.
Papers of the American lawyer, politician, U.S. Secretary of War under President McKinley, U.S. Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt, following the death of John Hay, and United States Senator from New York. Letters, 125 of which are outgoing, which include discussions concerning national and state Republican Party politics. Several letters are responses to speaking and/or dinner invitations as well as recommendations for various appointments. Correspondents include Cephas Brainerd, Henry Billings Brown, Charles Butler, Julius Chambers, Henry J. Cookinham, William E. Curtis, Charles B. Elliott, Robert Ely, John H. Finley, Henry W. Fishel, Jacob Gallinger, Paul Hickok, Frank Wayland Higgins, Willis Johnson, Adrian Joline, John Knox, Samuel Koenig, Chester Lord, Isabel Lord, William McAdoo, Richard McCurdy, Martin McMahon, Charles Miller, Benjamin B. Odell, William C. Osborn, Ellis Robb, Arthur Saunders, and others.
Morton, Levi P. (Levi Parsons), 1824-1920.
Papers of the Congressman from New York, United States minister to France, Vice-President of the United States, and Republican governor of New York State. Collection contains mostly incoming correspondence from clergymen, educators, financiers, journalists, and politicians. Some letters are addressed to Morton's executive secretary, Ashley W. Cole.
Conkling, Roscoe, 1829-1888.
Papers of the Utica attorney, U.S. Senator. Outgoing correspondence primarily of a political nature, which reflects Conkling's interest in Republican Party politics at the State and national levels. Includes letters to Thomas Alvord, Henry J. Cookinham, James M. Dalzell, and Edward Ingersoll.
Marcy, William L. (William Learned), 1786-1857.
Papers of the U.S. Senator (1831-1833); New York State Governor (1833-1838); U.S. Secretary of War under James K. Polk (1845-1849); U.S. Secretary of State under Franklin Pierce (1853-1857). Incoming and outgoing letters concerning a wide variety of subjects such as the establishment of the State Geological Survey (G. W. Boyd, T. A. Conrad, John Delafield, Lardner Vanuxem); the use of volunteers for military service during the 1845-1848 war with Mexico (Silas Wright), the settlement of the New York-New Jersey boundary dispute (Andrew Jackson), the appropriation of public funds (Levi Woodbury, William C. Bouck), and the establishment of a State institution for the mentally handicapped (James B. Richards).