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Guide to the Frederick Smith Stratton papers, 1900-1917
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Key to Arrangement

Boxes 1-23

In-letters, filed alphabetically.

Box 1

A

Box 2

B

Box 3

C Misc.-Cl

Box 4

Co-E

Box 5

F Misc.-Fi

Box 6

Fl-Fu

Box 7

G Misc.-Goo

Box 8

Gor-Gr

Box 9

H Misc.-Hat

Box 10

Hatton, George F.

Box 11

Hav-Hy

Box 12

J Misc.-Kau

Box 13

Ke-Ku

Box 14

L Misc.-McK

Box 15

McL-My

Box 16

N-Ow (except Ocean Shore Railway)

Box 17

Ocean Shore Railway Receivership

Box 18

P Misc.-Pal

Box 19

Pam-Pul (except Perkins)

Box 20

Perkins, George C.

Box 21

R Misc.-Str

Box 22

T Misc.-U.S.

Box 23

V-Z

Carton 1

Out-letters:

volume v. 1:

Dec. 1901-Oct. 1903

volume v. 2:

Dec. 1903-Jun. 1904

volume v. 3:

Jun. 1904-Nov. 1904

volume v. 4:

Nov. 1904-Feb. 1905

volume v. 5:

Feb. 1905-Oct. 1905

volume v. 6:

Oct. 1905-May 1906

Carton 2

Out-letters:

volume v. 7:

Nov. 1906-May 1907

volume v. 8:

May 1907-Feb. 1908

volume v. 9:

Jan. 1909-May 1909

volume v. 10:

May 1909-Nov. 1909

volume v. 11:

Oct. 1910-Mar. 1911

volume v. 12:

Aug. 1913-Jan. 1915

Carton 3

Scrapbooks:

volume v. 13:

1886-1892

volume v. 14:

Sep. 1892-Jul. 1896

volume v. 15:

Jul. 1896-Feb. 1897

volume v. 16:

Feb. 1897-Oct. 1897

volume v. 17:

Nov. 1897-Dec. 1898

Carton 4

Scrapbooks:

volume v. 18:

Dec. 1898-Mar. 1899

volume v. 19:

Mar. 1899-Feb. 1900

volume v. 20:

Dec. 1900-Dec. 1901

volume v. 21:

Dec. 1901-Sep. 1904

volume v. 22:

Apr. 1906-Mar. 1908

Carton 5

Scrapbooks:

volume v. 23:

May 1908-Jan. 1909

volume v. 24:

Oct. 1908-Oct. 1909

volume v. 25:

Oct. 1909-Apr. 1910

volume v. 26:

Apr. 1910-Dec. 1910

volume v. 27:

Dec. 1910-Sep. 1911

Carton 6

Scrapbooks, etc.

volume v. 28:

Sep. 1911-May 1912

volume v. 29:

May 1912-Mar. 1913

volume v. 30:

Apr. 1913-Aug. 1914

volume v. 31:

"Appreciation..."

volume v. 32:

...Estate of F. S. Stratton

volume v. 33:

2 miscellaneous notebooks

volume v. 34:

F. S. Stratton, Jr. Scrapbook

volume v. 35:

Ann Stratton Scrapbook

volume v. 36:

Miscellaneous Scrapbook

portfolio Portfolio:

3 Commissions as Collector of Customs, 1900-1909

List of Correspondents

 

Ailes, Milton Everett, 1867-1925

 

7 letters, 1902-1903. Written as Assistant Secretary of Treasury.

 

Anderson, Alden, 1867-1944

 

2 letters, 1901-1904.

 

Anderson, Frank Bartow, 1863-1935

 

2 letters, 1908.

 

Angellotti, Frank M., 1861-1932

 

6 letters, 1901-1902.

 

Applegate, O[liver] C[romwell], 1845-1938

 

4 letters, 1905-1909.

 

Armstrong, Robert Burns, 1873-1946

 

9 letters, 1903-1907. Several written as Assistant Secretary of Treasury.

 

Army and Navy Republican League, San Francisco

 

7 letters, 1902. Signed by G. W. Calderwood.

 

Ashley, A. H.

 

2 letters, 1900.

 

Associated Charities of Oakland

 

5 letters, 1908-1912. Several signed by Frances B. Lemon, secretary.

 

Associated Oil Company

 

8 letters, 1902-1910. With Annual Report, 1908.

 

Bard, Thomas Robert, 1841-1915

 

4 letters, 1901-1904. One signed by E. O. Gerberding, secretary.

 

Barnet, Frank, 1866-

 

4 letters, 1902-1903.

 

Barstow, Anson, 1831-

 

1 letter, 1902. Written as Mayor, Oakland.

 

Bates, Joseph Clement, 1836-

 

7 letters, 1903-1904.

 

Belgium. Consulat Général, San Francisco

 

1 letter, 1909.

 

Bell, Theodore Arlington, 1872-1922

 

1 letter, 1904.

 

Bellows, E. C.

 

1 letter, 1904. Written as U. S. Consul, Yokohama.

 

Belshaw, Charles Mortimer, 1861-

 

7 letters, 1900-1903.

 

Blinn, Charles Henry, 1843-

 

12 letters, 1902-1904.

 

Bowles, Phillip Ernest, 1859-1926

 

4 letters, 1901-1904.

 

Boys Retreat, Oakland

 

23 letters, 1904-1910. Signed by Frank K. Mott, President, and John P. Cook, Secretary.

 

Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant, 1827-1914

 

1 letter, 1904. As U. S. Consul, Hong Kong.

 

Britton, John Alexander, 1855-1923

 

7 letters, 1900-1902.

 

Brooks, C. S.

 

2 letters, 1900. Written as Mayor, Marysville.

 

Brown, Everett J., 1876-1947

 

2 letters, 1902-1903.

 

Brownlow, Walter Preston, d. 1910

 

2 letters, 1903.

 

Buck, Alfred Eliab, 1832-1902

 

1 letter, 1902. Tokyo. Written as U. S. Minister, Japan.

 

Burnett, Albert Glenn, 1856-

 

3 letters, 1902.

 

Butters, Charles, 1854-1933

 

1 letter, 1911. Written by his secretary.

 

Caldwell, Albert A., 1827-

 

3 letters, 1901-1902

 

Calhoun, William James, 1848-1916

 

5 letters, 1910-1912. Written as U. S. Minister, China.

 

California. Mining Bureau

 

3 letters, 1905. Signed by Lewis E. Aubury, state mineralogist.

 

California Weekly

 

10 letters, 1908-1911. Several signed by A[rthur] J[udson] Pillsbury, editor.

 

Campbell, Sterling A.

 

12 letters, 1901-1910.

 

Capers, John G., 1866-1919

 

Letters

 

Chickering, William Henry, 1849-1915

 

1 letter, 1902.

 

Chilton, Robert S., 1861-1947

 

1 letter, 1901.

 

China. Consulate, San Francisco

 

Letters, 1906-1908. Signed by Owyang King and Hsu Ping-Chen.

 

Chipman, Norton Parker, 1838-1924

 

1 letter, 1904.

 

Choate, Joseph Hodges, 1832-1917

 

1 letter, 1904.

 

Clapp, Edward Bull, 1856-1919

 

5 letters, 1903-1906.

 

Claremont Country Club, Oakland

 

5 letters, 1907-1911. Concerning club activities and signed by various officials.

 

Clark, George Archibald, 1864-

 

6 letters, 1902-1906. A few written as secretary, David Starr Jordan, President, Stanford University, pertaining to return of body of Mrs. Stanford from Hawaii to California.

 

Clinch, Charles Edward, 1858-

 

7 letters, 1901-1907. Written as Mayor, Grass Valley.

 

Coblentz, Edmond David, 1882-1959

 

1 letter, 1908.

 

Coghlan, Nathan Coombs, 1875-

 

1 letter, 1905.

 

Collins, D. Edward, 1850-

 

2 letters, 1900, 1906.

 

Colombia. Consulate, San Francisco

 

1 letter, 1902.

 

Conger, Edwin Hurd, 1843-1907

 

14 letters, 1902-1906.

 

Cook, John P., 1869-

 

3 letters, 1903-1910.

 

Coolidge, John Gardner, 1863-1936

 

1 letter, 1905. Written as Charge d'Affaires, U.S. Legation, Peking.

 

Coombs, Frank Leslie, 1853-1934

 

7 letters, 1900-1902.

 

Copus, Jay Nelson, 1868-

 

2 letters, 1903.

 

Corlett, Robert, 1858-

 

3 letters, 1901-1902.

 

Crocker, Henry J.

 

7 letters, 1901-1910.

 

Crocker, William Henry, 1861-1937

 

3 letters, 1907-1910.

 

Cullom, Shelby Moore, 1829-1914

 

1 letter, 1911.

 

Curry, Charles Forrest, 1858-1930

 

20 letters, 1901-1905. Written as Secretary of State, California.

 

Curtin, John Barry, 1867-

 

2 letters, 1901-1905.

 

Cutter, William M., 1836-

 

9 letters, 1900-1902.

 

Ecuador. Consulado, San Francisco.

 

1 letter, 1906.

 

Farley, Newton S.

 

24 letters, 1900-1908.

 

Farmer, Henry E.

 

45 letters, 1902-1912. Written as chief clerk, U.S. Customs House, San Francisco.

 

Farrand, Max, 1869-1945

 

1 letter, 1907.

 

Fee, Charles S., 1853-1923

 

7 letters, 1904-1911. Several written as Passenger Traffic Manager, Southern Pacific Railroad

 

Fisk, Arthur G.

 

10 letters, 1903-1913. Several written as Postmaster, San Francisco.

 

Fleishhacker, Herbert, 1872-

 

1 letter, 1911.

 

Fletcher, Henry P.

 

3 letters, 1907-1910. Written as U.S. Charge d'Affaires, Peking.

 

Flint, Frank Putnam, 1862-1929

 

43 letters, 1901-1911. Several written as U.S. Senator, California.

 

Flint, Thomas Jr., 1858-

 

8 letters, 1900-1904. Several written as California State Senator.

 

Folger, James Athearn, 1863-

 

43 letters, 1905-1912. Many undated.

 

Ford, Tirey Lafayette, b. 1857

 

18 letters, 1901-1909. Several written as Attorney General, California.

 

Foster, Newell K., 1849-

 

5 letters, 1902-1903. One written as California Assemblyman.

 

France. Consulat General, San Francisco

 

2 letters, 1910, 1912.

 

Frewen, Moreton, 1853-1924

 

1 letter, n.d.

 

Fuller, Stuart Jamieson, 1880-1941

 

3 letters, 1910. Written as U.S. Vice-Consul, Hong Kong.

 

Gates, R. Woodland

 

13 letters, 1901-1911. Several written as secretary to Senator Thomas R. Bard.

 

Gayley, Charles Mills, 1858-1932

 

1 letter, 1912.

 

Gilbert, William Ball, 1847-1931

 

2 letters, 1904-1905. Written as Judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, San Francisco.

 

Gillett, James Norris, 1860-1937

 

16 letters, 1903-1909. Written as Governor of California and U.S. Congressman from California.

 

Good, Jeanne (Stratton)

 

42 letters, 1903-1910. Several undated; with these a few routine letters forwarded to her brother, Frederick S. Stratton.

 

Goodall, Arthur

 

3 letters, 1901-1912.

 

Goodall, Edwin, d. 1909

 

7 letters, 1902-1905.

 

Goodnow, John, 1858-1907

 

11 letters, 1903-1905. Several written as U.S. Consul, Shanghai.

 

Gracey, Samuel Levis, 1835-1911

 

1 letter, 1902. Written as U.S. Consul, Fuchau, China.

 

Grant, Ulysses S., Jr., 1852-1929

 

5 letters, 1900-1907.

 

Greene, Charles Samuel, 1856-1930

 

2 letters, 1904, 1911. Written as Librarian, Oakland Public Library.

 

Greenwell, Charles Bennett, 1864-

 

4 letters, 1900-1903. Written as California State Senator.

 

Gregory, Warren, 1864-1927

 

5 letters, 1907-1912.

 

Grim, A. K., 1830-

 

3 letters, 1900-1909. Written as Recorder, Alameda County.

 

Griscom, Lloyd Carpenter, 1872-

 

4 letters, 1904-1905. Written as U.S. Minister to Tokyo.

 

Hahn, Benjamin Winfield, 1868-

 

3 letters, 1903-1905.

 

Hall, S. P.

 

3 letters, 1905-1906.

 

Hamilton, William B.

 

55 letters, 1901-1912. Several undated.

 

Hammond, John Hays, 1855-1936

 

3 letters, 1909-1910.

 

Harriman, Edward Henry, 1848-1909

 

1 letter

 

Hatton, George F.

 

300 letters, 1903-1913. Including copies of letters written to others and letters received by Hatton.

 

Havens, Frank Colton, 1848-1917

 

15 letters, 1909-1912.

 

Hayes, Everis Anson, 1855-

 

59 letters, 1904-1913.

 

Held, William D. L., 1874-

 

3 letters, 1905.

 

Hellman, Isaias William, 1842-1920

 

1 letter, 1907.

 

Henshaw, Frederick W., 1858-

 

4 letters, 1901-1909.

 

Hepburn, William Peters, 1833-1916

 

1 letter, 1904.

 

Hermann, Binger, 1843-1926

 

1 letter, 1903.

 

Herrin, William Franklin, 1854-1927

 

9 letters, 1901-1912.

 

Hilles, Charles Dewey, 1867-1949

 

3 letters, 1911-1913. Written as Secretary, President Taft.

 

Hitchcock, Frank Harris, 1869-1935

 

3 letters, 1911.

 

Holder, Charles Frederick, 1851-1915

 

1 letter, 1909.

 

Hornick, Charles W., 1863-

 

6 letters, 1906-1912.

 

Humphrey, Charles Frederic, 1844-1926

 

1 letter, 1905.

 

Hunt, William Henry, 1857-1949

 

1 letter, 1910.

 

Japan. Consulate, San Francisco

 

(1 letters, 1901-1911. Several signed by Kisaburo Uyeno.

 

Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931

 

1 letter, 1905.

 

Kahn, Julius, 1861-1924

 

135 letters, 1901-1912. Written mostly as U.S. Congressman, California.

 

Karmandy, Georgiana B. (Edwards) Cook

 

28 letters, 1905-1911. Some written as Georgiana B. E. Cook.

 

Kaufman, W. W.

 

100 letters, 1902-1913. Written as partner in law firm Stratton, Kaufman and Torchiana.

 

Keane, George Bernard, 1875-

 

1 letter, 1905.

 

King, Percy S., 1866-

 

2 letters, 1903.

 

Kingsbury, William Stephen, 1870-

 

3 letters, 1907-1909. Written as Surveyor-General, California.

 

Kittredge, Alfred Beard, 1861-1911

 

2 letters, 1905.

 

Knowland, Joseph Russell, 1873-

 

80 letters, 1900-1913. Several written as U.S. Congressman, California.

 

MacArthur, Arthur, 1845-1912

 

2 letters, 1904, 1906.

 

McCalla, Bowman Henry, 1844-1910

 

17 letters, 1904-1910. Several written as Commandant, Mare Island.

 

McCoy, Henry Bayard, 1866-1923

 

10 letters, 1909-1911. Written as U.S. Collector of Customs, Manila.

 

McEnerney, Garret William, 1865-1942

 

2 letters, 1905, 1910.

 

McKinlay, Duncan E., 1862-

 

8 letters, 1906-1913. Several written as U.S. Congressman, California.

 

McKinley, William, 1843-1901

 

1 letter, 1901. Signed by George Bruce Cortelyou, Secretary.

 

McKinley, William Brown, 1856-1926

 

5 letters, 1912. Written as U.S. Congressman, Illinois, and as Director, National Taft Bureau.

 

McLachlan, James, 1852-

 

2 letters, 1905, 1908. Written as U.S. Congressman, California.

 

McLean, John Knox, 1834-1914

 

2 letters, 1906, 1909. Written as President, Pacific Theological Seminary, Berkeley.

 

MacVeagh, Franklin, 1841?-1934

 

11 letters, 1909-1912. Written as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.

 

Manson, Marsden, 1850-1931

 

3 letters, 1907-1911.

 

Marquis, Albert Nelson, d. 1943

 

3 letters, 1911.

 

Matson, William, 1849-1917

 

5 letters, 1908-1912.

 

Mattos, John Garcia de, 1864-

 

16 letters, 1904-1912. Several written as California Assemblyman and State Senator.

 

Melvin, Henry Alexander, 1865-1920

 

4 letters, 1905-1911. Several as Associate Justice, California Supreme Court.

 

Merchants Association of San Francisco

 

13 letters, 1901-1907.

 

Merchants Club, San Francisco

 

3 letters, 1907-1908.

 

Merchants Exchange of San Francisco

 

3 letters, 1907-1909.

 

Metcalf, Victor Howard, 1853-1936

 

20 letters, 1901-1912. Several as U.S. Secretary of Commerce and Labor.

 

Michael, William Henry, 1845-1916

 

1 letter, 1908. As U.S. Consul General, Calcutta.

 

Miller, Henry B., 1854-1921

 

7 letters, 1906-1909. Written as U.S. Consul, Yokohama.

 

Mills, Susan Lincoln, 1826-1912

 

4 letters, 1905. Written on Mills College stationery.

 

Mills College, Oakland

 

2 letters, 1912.

 

Morrow, William W., 1843-1929

 

6 letters, 1904-1910. Written as Judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, San Francisco.

 

Moses, Bernard, 1846-1930

 

5 letters, 1904-1910.

 

Mott, Frank Kanning, 1866-

 

19 letters, 1905-1913. Several as Mayor, Oakland.

 

Muenter, August Edward, 1866-

 

3 letters, 1905-1906. Written as California State Senator.

 

Murray, Laurence O., 1864-1926

 

1 letter, 1904. Written as Assistant Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Commerce and Labor.

 

National Geographic Society

 

2 letters, 1905, 1912. Signed by O. P. Austin, secretary.

 

Navy League of the United States, Washington, D.C.

 

1 letter, 1909. Signed by Horace Porter, President.

 

Oakland, Calif. Chamber of Commerce

 

3 letters, 1907-1909.

 

Oakland, Calif. [Committes for receptions to U.S. Presidents]

 

6 letters, 1903-1909. Concerning arrangements for receptions to Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft.

 

Oakland Tribune

 

9 letters, 1906-1912.

 

O'Brien, Thomas James, 1842-1933

 

22 letters, 1908-1911. Written as U.S. Ambassador to Japan.

 

[Ocean Shore Railway Receivership]

 

254 letters, 1909-1911. Correspondence to Frederick S. Stratton as Receiver. Include letters from the following: Ocean Shore Railway Company (several signed by J. Downey Harvey, President); W. W. Kaufman, as attorney for Stratton; James Athearn Folger; Greek consulate, San Francisco; A. B. Nye (as California Controller) and others.

 

Older, Fremont, 1856-1935

 

1 letter, n.d.

 

Olmstead, Stephen Horatio, 1858-

 

2 letters, 1902-1903.

 

Olney, Warren, 1841-1921

 

7 letters, 1903-1910. One sent as Mayor, Oakland.

 

Olney, Warren, 1870-1939

 

3 letters, 1903-1906.

 

Otis, Harrison Gray, 1837-1917

 

1 letter, 1906.

 

Owl Drug Company, San Francisco

 

50 letters, 1904-1912. Concerning meetings of the Board of Directors of which Stratton was a member.

 

Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, San Francisco

 

6 letters, 1907-1912.

 

Page, Fred H.

 

166 letters, 1906-1914. Concerning Stratton's land interests in Klamath County, Oregon.

 

Panama. Consulate, San Francisco

 

1 letter, 1907.

 

Pardee, George Cooper, 1857-1941

 

3 letters, 1902-1912. One as Governor, California.

 

Parker, Carleton Hubbell, 1879-1918

 

21 letters, 1907-1912.

 

Parker, Cornelia Stratton, 1885-

 

39 letters, 1907-1912.

 

Penrose, Boies, 1860-1921

 

2 letters, 1911. Written as U.S. Senator.

 

Perkins, George Clement, 1839-1923

 

217 letters, 1900-1913. Mainly as U.S. Senator. Copies of letters received by Perkins and forwarded to Stratton, as well as copies of Perkins' own letters to others, included.

 

Phelan, James Duval, 1861-1930

 

4 letters, 1906-1911.

 

Plehn, Carl Copping, 1867-1945

 

2 letters, 1908.

 

Porter, Warren Reynolds, 1861-

 

4 letters, 1908-1911. Three written as Lt. Governor, California.

 

Portugal, Consulate, San Francisco

 

1 letter, 1904.

 

Republican Party. California. Central Committee

 

3 letters, 1908. Signed by P. S. Teller, chairman.

 

Republican Party. California. Humboldt County

 

2 letters, 1906.

 

Russia. Consulate, San Francisco

 

3 letters, 1902. Signed by Paul Kosakevitch.

 

San Francisco. Chamber of Commerce

 

5 letters, 1908-1910. Signed by James McNab, President, and Chester W. Burks, Secretary.

 

San Francisco. Committees for receptions to Imperial Chinese Visitors, 1908-1910

 

3 letters, 1908-1910.

 

San Francisco. Panama-Pacific International Exposition

 

37 letters, 1909-1915. Signed by Charles de Young, Homer King, Charles C. Moore and Rudolph J. Taussig.

 

San Francisco. Portola Festival, 1909.

 

7 letters, 1909. Signed by James Rolph, Jr. and others.

 

San Francisco. Presidential Reception Committee

 

6 letters, 1909. Several signed by Harry G. McKannay, secretary, reception committee for President Taft.

 

[San Francisco Fleet Festival Papers]

 

54 items, April-May 1908. Correspondence and papers pertaining to entertainment and sight-seeing during visit of U.S. Fleet to San Francisco. Include regulations for launch transportation and letters from the following: Official Committee for Reception of the Fleet, signed by Frank J. Symes, chairman; Metcalf Banquet Committee, signed by F. H. Colburn, secretary; Francis M. Smith, San Francisco Bulletin; San Francisco Call; San Francisco Chronicle; San Francisco Examiner; and others.

 

Scidmore, George Hawthorne, 1854-1922

 

1 letter, 1908. Written as U.S. Consul, Nagasaki.

 

Shafter, William Rufus, 1835-

 

1 letter, 1905.

 

Silk Association of America

 

4 letters, 1904-1910.

 

Stephens, T. W.

 

Letters, 1911-1912. Klamath Falls, Ore.

 

Stratton, Robert Thompson, 1862-

 

3 letters, 1909-1911. Including two written to his sister, Jeanne Stratton Good.

 

Taft, William Howard, 1857-1930

 

3 letters, 1909-1910. Written in his behalf by secretaries; two signed by Fred W. Carpenter.

 

[Taft campaign material]

 

6 letters, 1912. Letters from the Taft Republicans of California (signed by Charles Mifflin Hammond and Marshall Hale) and from the Taft Club of Berkeley.

 

Taylor, Edward Robeson, 1838-1923

 

6 letters, 1907-1910. Many as Mayor, San Francisco.

 

Thayer, Rufus Hildreth, 1849-1917

 

7 letters, 1909-1911. Many as Judge, U.S. Court for China, Shanghai.

 

Tobin, Joseph S., 1869-

 

2 letters, 1905-1906.

 

Thompson, J. M.

 

4 letters, 1904-1906.

 

Torchiana, Henry Albert van Coenen, 1867-1940

 

2 letters, 1912-1913. As partner in law firm, Stratton, Kaufman, and Torchiana.

 

Travers, Harvey P.

 

1 letter, 1911.

 

Tuttle, Frederick Pierson, 1857-

 

1 letter, 1901.

 

Tyrell, John R., 1868-

 

8 letters, 1901-1902.

 

Walker, George S., 1874-

 

2 letters, 1910-1911.

 

Warner, William, 1840-1925

 

1 letter, 1909.

 

Wells Fargo and Company, San Francisco

 

15 letters, 1903-1912.

 

Wendling, George X.

 

21 letters, 1905-1913. Many written as President, Weed Lumber Company.

 

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 1854-1927

 

11 letters, 1907-1912. As President, University of California. Many signed for him by Farnham Griffiths, Secretary.

 

Wheeler, William Riley, 1860-1935

 

3 letters, 1908-1909. Written as U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Labor.

 

Wickson, Edward James, 1848-1923

 

1 letter, 1910.

 

Wilder, Amos Parker, 1862-1936

 

10 letters, 1908-1911. Some written as U.S. consul, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

 

Williams, Edward Thomas, 1854-1944

 

2 letters, 1909. Written as U.S. Consul, Tientsin.

 

Works, John Downey, 1847-1928

 

4 letters, 1912-1913. Written as U.S. Senator.

 

Wright, Luke E., 1846-1922

 

2 letters, 1906. Written as U.S. Ambassador, Japan.

 

Y.M.C.A., Oakland

 

6 letters, 1901-1910.

 

Y.M.C.A., San Francisco

 

5 letters, 1905-1910.