The collection contains newspapers, 6 volumes and 1 box of clippings, miscellaneous printed matter, 19 photographs of Confederate
Thomas Haines Dudley (1819-1893) was a New Jersey Quaker, lawyer, politician. (Whig - then Republican). U.S. Consul at Liverpool
1861-1872. In charge of U. S. Secret Service throughout the British Isles during U. S. Civil War. In 1872, assigned to give
full time assistance in preparation of Alabama Claims. Author of pro-protectionist pamphlets c. 1880.
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