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Andrew Dickson White papers microfilm reel 68, September 16, 1896-December 10, 1896
|dc.contributor.author||White, Andrew Dickson|
|dc.description||Digitized microfilm of correspondence and papers from the Andrew Dickson White collection.|
|dc.description.abstract||This reel covers the final weeks before the election. White's open letter to Bryan and the Governor of Texas suggesting they had been duped by a forged Bismarck letter aroused excited comment. A September 19 letter from Stanford University reported that the history and economics professors were supporting Bryan. There is a long letter from a silver mine owner in Colorado in support of McKinley, and one dated October 20 from White's life-long friend Theodore Bacon, who was determined to support the Democratic candidate in spite of White's arguments. White's pamphlet on French fiat money was circulated as a campaign document and discussed in the correspondence. Some other subjects on the reel are George F. Comfort's plan for a museum of art in Syracuse, the selection of a new director for the Smithsonian Museum, and the efforts of Butler and others to have Holls fill a vacancy in the New York State Board of Regents.|
|dc.publisher||Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections|
|dc.title||Andrew Dickson White papers microfilm reel 68, September 16, 1896-December 10, 1896|