William Gibbs McAdoo Collection

Creator

Doris Harris Autographs

Identifier

MS000106

Date

1914-1940

Description

The William Gibbs McAdoo Collection consists of just four letters to his wife Eleanor Randolph Wilson. All are of an intimate nature and are handwritten, mainly in pencil. The first combines details of a business trip with a sentimental love letter.

Source

Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Subject

Marriage
Federal Reserve banks
McAdoo, Eleanor Wilson, 1889-1967
McAdoo, William Gibbs, 1863-1941

Contributor

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum staff

Format

4 letters

Language

English

Is Part Of

Small Collections

Accrual Method

Purchase

Provenance

Purchased c. 1975 by the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation from the Doris Harris Autographs, 5410 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA.

Rights Holder

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Collection Items

William G. McAdoo to Eleanor Randolph Wilson
McAdoo sends his love to his wife from Charlottesville.

William G. McAdoo to Eleanor Randolph Wilson
McAdoo sends his wife a letter about a speech he got into.

William G. McAdoo to Eleanor Randolph Wilson
McAdoo writes to his wife from Nebraska about how much he misses her on this trip.

William G. McAdoo to Eleanor Randolph Wilson
McAdoo writes to his wife about his successful trip.

William G. McAdoo Collection Finding Aid
Letters from William Gibbs McAdoo to his wife Eleanor Wilson McAdoo.
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