Manuscripts for: Caroline Harrison
President Benjamin Harrison Memorial Home
, Indianapolis, Indiana:
--Caroline "Carrie" Lavinia (Scott) Harrison Papers
, 1825-, 2 boxes, Closed, No guide: Correspondence, notebook, photos, and artwork of Caroline Harrison, her mother, sisters, and daughter.
Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C.:
--Benjamin Harrison Papers
: With an extensive listing in Index in Manuscript Division, material appears under Harrison, Caroline S., C.S., Carrie, Carrie S., and covers the period 1854 to 1892: Principally it is correspondence she received. Numerous letters from Benjamin Harrison to her from the period 1862 to 1871. See also: Scott, Caroline L. Also there are invaluable clipping scrapbooks of many undated newspaper and magazines stories about Caroline Harrison as First Lady, and short overviews of her life.
--Reid Family Papers
: Container 96 includes a handwritten note dated June 20 from Caroline Lavina Scott Harrison (CLSH) to Mr. Whitelaw Reid; a handwritten note dated March 6 from CLSH to Mr. Reid.
: Container 55 includes a handwritten letter dated July 25, 1888 from Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison (CLSH) to Lucretia Garfield (LG); a handwritten letter from CLSH to LG dated November 10, 1888; a letter from the secretary to CLSH to LG dated April 16, 1890; a letter from the secretary to CLSH to LG concerning CLSH’s health dated September 22; a letter from Mary Harrison McKee to LG concerning CLSH’s health dated April 28, 1892.
--John Davis Batchelder Papers
: Container 5 includes a signed card #682.
--James G. Blaine Papers
: Container 7 includes a letter from Caroline Scott Harrison (CSH) to Mrs. Blaine dated October 11, 1891. Container 16 includes a letter from CSH to Mrs. Blaine dated July 22, 1889.
Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.:
--Caroline Scott Harrison Collection,
box 7, folder 23, Various biographical and other materials on Mrs. Harrison, who served as the first president-general of the D.A.R.
Michigan Historical Collections, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan:
--Lyman Edgar Cooley Papers
, 1865-1917, ca. 4 ft.: Engineer of Chicago. Correspondents include C.S. Harrison.
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