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Wheeler, Everett Pepperrell, 1840-1925


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Everett P. Wheeler papers

 Collection — Consolidated Box P8, Folder: P-288
Identifier: P-288

Consists of letters written to Wheeler on various matters by the following individuals: Samuel Greenbaum and David Levintritt, New York State Supreme Court judges; Jonathan J. Freedman, New York State Superior Court judge; Simon Adler, majority leader of the New York State Assembly (1915-1926); Henry Morgenthau, Felix M. Warburg, and Julius Mayer, judge of the New York State District Court.

Dates: 1907-1921

Jacob Henry Schiff Collection

 Collection — Consolidated Box P9, Folder: P-295
Identifier: P-295

Contains a signed letter to Louis Monash concerning immigration to the United States (1912), a signed letter of thanks to Everett P. Wheeler acknowledging a pamphlet on the Holy Land (1912), and two manuscript letters to William G. McAdoo, Sevretary of the Treasury, on various matters (1915, 1918).

Dates: 1895, 1905-1918, 1935

Oscar S. Straus Collection

 Collection — Consolidated Box P13, Folder: Collection P-485
Identifier: P-485

Contains letters to individuals on a variety of topics. Of special interest are two letters to Everett P. Wheeler describing the status of Americans in Turkey and his impression of the Sultan (1896); a letter to William B. Howland regarding Robert Watchorn, Immigration Commissioner at Ellis Island (1908); a letter to George Sylvester Viereck after Straus's unsuccessful attempt to run for governor of New York as a Progressive candidate (1912); and a letter to Charles S. Bird accompanying an address (not in collection) in support of the Progressive Party (1913).

Dates: circa 1892-1921