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Syracuse University

Syracuse University

Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries
Bird Library, Room 600
Syracuse, NY 13244, United States
315.443.2697
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Bohrod, Aaron.
Correspondence (1932-1963) with family, art organizations and associations, educational institutions, galleries and museums, patrons, and fellow artists; 3 original sketches; manuscript articles, critiques, notes, reviews, speeches; 2 lists of paintings, with descriptions and some prices; and a small amount of memorabilia. Correspondence with Ivan Albright, American Artists Group, Associated American Artists, Will Barnet, Cameron Booth, David Breger, Howard Cook, Adolf Dehn, August Derleth, Federal Art Project, Frank Getlein, Moss Hart, Kaj Klitgaard, Georges Schreiber, Lawrence Beall Smith, Raphael Soyer, Frederic Taubes, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. War Office, Grant Wood, and many others.
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Sakolski, Aaron M. (Aaron Morton), 1880-1955.
Assorted historical material collected by Syracuse University alumnus Aaron Sakolski. Collection includes Confederate money, a patent for land in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and other items.
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Harriton, Abraham, 1893-1986
Correspondence (1937-1965); personal papers (1950-1952); photographs of Harriton and his work (1918-1962); manuscripts by Harriton on art and artists (1949-1964); scrapbooks (1915-1962); published material (1922-1964); and biographical material.
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Abraham Lincoln Collection, 1862 0.25 linear ft. (1 oversize flat package)

Brief note to Edwin M. Stanton, then Secretary of War, with Stanton's response below; commission promoting W. S. Hillyer to the rank of colonal and appointing him "Additional Aid de Camp."