|Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930|
|1. Swope, Herbert B. Collection.|
|2. Mercantile Library Association of Boston Collection.|
| Letter to H. F. Beal dated New Haven, Conn., June 14, 1917. |
|3. Stone, Edward C. Collection.|
| Letter (note) to John W. Aitken, dated Washington, June 25, 1908. 1 p. 23.5 cm. Typewritten with holograph signature. |
[In the Stone collection of autographs of the Presidents.]
Autograph on appointment of Rossa F. Downing as notary public, dated 23d August, 1911 with seal. 1 p. 39 cm.
[In the Stone Collection, 2d of the Autographs of the Presidents.]
|4. Massachusetts First Corps of Cadets Collection.|
| Letter from Andrew Howland Russell to William Howard Taft. Draft copy dated February 9, 1915 transmitting a copy of his article "What is the use of a regular army in this country?" signed A. H. R. With unsigned carbon typescript. In Russell's "What is the use of a regular army?" HGARC FCC UA23.E99. |
[No. 16, Pkg. 6]
|5. Manuscript File.|
| Letter dated New York, February 25, 1909 to Robert Bacon. |
Typewritten with holograph signature.
"Special Message of the President of the United States returning without approval. House Bill No. 4413" August 18, 1911. Typescript with many holograph corr. in pencil. 33cm. 7p. Carbon typescript of earlier version with holo. marks 11p. size varies. Printed proof marked 1st state 8p. August 18, 1911. Printed proof marked 2nd state. Purchase 1969.
Letter, 1913 February 3, The White House, Washington, DC, to Isabel Anderson, American Embassy, Tokyo, Japan. 1p. 22.4 cm
Typescript signed. Purchase, 1973.
Letter, 1914 March 23, New Haven CT, to Ralph G. Wells, Secretary, Boston Rotary Club. 1. 23.5 cm. Typescript signed. Purchase 1979.
Letter, 1915 June 12, New Haven, Conn. to Walter St. John Jones, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1p. 24cm. Typescript signed. Purchase 1969.
Letter, 8/27/1917, Pointe-a-Pic, Canada, to Florence M. Marshall, Chief, Bureau of Women's Service, The American Red Cross, Washington, D.C. 1 p. 26.6 cm. TS signed. Recommends Mrs. Larz Anderson as the head of a canteen in France.
|6. Roosevelt, Theodore Collection.|
| TLS from T. Roosevelt, Feb. 7, 1900 (Albany), 1p. |
Together with a carbon copy of TR's TLS to William Allen White,
February 6, 1900
TLS, Feb. 15, 1904 (Washington, DC), 1p.
Telegram to TR, ca. 1907.
ALS to Harry S. New, Feb. 6, 1912
TLS to Louis E. Payn, April 23, 1912
ALS to Mary Patten, June 23, 1912
ALS to Harry S. New, [July 7, 1912] (Beverly, MA)
Printed memorial by Taft with autographed note sent to Edith K.
Roosevelt, Jan. 6, 1919
Draft of condolence telegram to Edith K. Roosevelt
TLS to Charles Washburn, Nov. 8, 1921
TLS to Chrles Washburn, Oct. 12, 1922
ALS to Edith K. Roosevelt, May 8, 1924
TLS to Dr. Henry C. Coe, Nov. 29, 1926
|7. Richards Manuscript Collection.|
| TLS, 2p., April 5, 1911. To John A. Stewart |
TLS, Dec. 22, 1908 to joseph Cannon, Speaker of the ouse
TLS, Nov. 8, 1912 to Samuel S. Koenig
TLS, 2p., March 16, 1911 to O.B. Colquitt, Gov. of Texas
TLS, March 24, 1911 to O.B. Colquitt
TLS, June 16, 1919 to Charles N. Deitz
TLS, March 26, 1913 to Rev. Ulysses G.B. Pierce with Bachrach photo
Signed engraved portrait, Feb. 8, 1926
"The Roosevelt Policies," record album
"Foreign Mission," record album
|8. Ingersoll, Ralph Collection.|
|Appointment of Colin Macrae Ingersoll to the Alaska Railroad Commission, signed by Pres. Taft. August 31, 1912|