Glasscock, William E. (1862-1925). Papers
Glasscock, William E. (1862-1925)
13 ft. 9 in. (33 document cases, 5 in. each)
Correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, and other papers of the thirteenth governor of West Virginia, 1909-1913. Subjects include political, social, and economic affairs, 1904-1913; the presidential election of 1904 and 1912; the Paint Creek and Cabin Creek coal strikes, 1912-1913; and Glasscock's role as collector of internal revenue for West Virginia. Correspondents include George W. Atkinson, Albert J. Beveridge, William E. Edwards, Davis Elkins, Stephen B. Elkins, Henry Ford, William Green, Henry D. Hatfield, Hiram W. Johnson, James S. Lakin, Virgil A. Lewis, Isaac T. Mann, Robert R. McCormick, John T. McGraw, George W. Perkins, Gifford Pinchot, Ira E. Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt, Nathan B. Scott, Mark Sullivan, Howard Sutherland, William H. Taft, and I.C. White. There are also papers relating to the Morgantown REPUBLICAN, a campaign newspaper established by Glasscock to support his gubernatorial candidacy and the Taft ticket in 1908.
A&M No.: 6
The materials are in English
West Virginia & Regional History Collection