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Charles R. Jones papers, 1894-1942

0.4 linear feet

Prohibition Party officer; correspondence, topical files, clippings, and other related papers.

The Jones collection consists of correspondence, minutes, newspaper clippings, printed materials, photographs, and a transcript of the debate between Samuel Dickie and David S. Rose, 1909. Correspondents include: Neal Dow, James H. Ferriss, Benjamin O. Flower, Anna A. Gordon, Virgil G. Hinshaw, Robert H. Patton, Charles Scanlon, George K. Turner and John G. Woolley.


Marshall L. Cook and William R. Cook papers, 1880-1945

6 linear feet

Editor and publisher, with his brother, William Randolph Cook, of the Hastings Banner in Hastings, Michigan. Correspondence, 1893-1941, relating to operations of their paper and other business enterprises, including material concerning Republican politics, the temperance movement, their activities and interest in the Rotary Club, the Salvation Army, and the Young Men's Christian Association.

The collection has been arranged into three series: Correspondence; Hasting Rotary Club; and Miscellaneous. The correspondence has been arranged chronologically with separate folders when needed for specific kinds of activities of the two brothers: political, business, church activities, and other professional responsibilities.


Samuel Dickie scrapbook, 1868-1879

1 volume — 1 folder

President of Albion College and chairman of the Prohibition Party National Committee. The collection includes a scrapbook and portraits.

Newspaper clippings concerning his teaching activities in Hastings, Michigan, and Albion College and also the Prohibition Party, the Reform Club of Albion, and personal matters; also photographs.

Portraits of Dickie and of his wife Mary B. Dickie.