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HENRY W. SHOEMAKER COLLECTION

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BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 1940-1953. (1 folder)

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"Henry Wharton Shoemaker," Who's Who in America Biographical Sketch, Vol. 23, 1944-1945

"Henry W. Shoemaker" biographical sketch, typescript, undated

"Col. H.W. Shoemaker Honored for State Historical Work," Patriot News Article, April 27, 1952

"Sunday Patriot News Salutes Col. Henry W. Shoemaker," by Gordon Jost, December 6, 1953 (2 copies)

"45th Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies," Program, April 26, 1952

"60th Annual Meeting, Pennsylvania Tuberculosis and Health Society," Program, April 28, 29, and 30, 1952

Copy of deed executed May 1772 between Peter Shoemaker of Cocalico Township, Lancaster County and Christian Society of Ephrata for a 205 and 3/4 acres tract of land at Ephrata.

"Transformation at Peddlar's Lot," a poem by Henry W. Shoemaker, April 13, 1940

"How They Cure Their Insomnia, First Pennsylvania Doctors' Art Exhibit," Sunday Patriot News, February 22, 1953

"First Christmas Seals," Harrisburg Patriot News, November 17, 1953

"Governor Fine and Sons Launch 1951 Christmas Seals," [undated]

"An Idea Goes to Press," by R.B. Bigler [undated]

"Manuscript Club Meets," Harrisburg Evening News, May 23, 1950

"Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies, Report of Henry W. Shoemaker," January 17, 1929

"The Pennsylvania State Geographic Board Decisions, 1923-1926," Altoona Times Tribune Press, 1926

Biographical and Genealogical Material on Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff (Mrs. Donald Carr), [undated], 5 pages

"Henry W. Shoemaker," Juniata College Friends of the Library, May 1943

"Recounts Highland Fling at Long Pine Hollow," by Henry W. Shoemaker, May 13, 1953

Press Release by Department of Forests and Waters, October 14, 1952 on Centennial of founding of Oleana at Old Bull State Park in Potter County

"Trail Armanda Crow Blazed is Mapped, Historian Traces Route Taken by Shepherds to Greene County," Waynesburg Republican, [undated]


 

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ADDRESSES AND NEWS RELEASES, 1929-1953. (1 folder)

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"Early Jewish Pioneers in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania," May 1950

"Folklore of Dauphin County," March 20, 1950

[Rattlesnake Flag,] June 15, 1929

"Elk County Backgrounds, A Radio Talk," [undated]

"Pennsylvania Indian Folk Songs," Williamsport, November 24, 1925

"Two Famous Pennsylvania Civil War Regiments," May 5, 1950

"Gipsy Life and Gipsy Lore in the Pennsylvania Mountains," 1953 Reprint of December 5, 1924 First Edition

"Gipsy Life and Gipsy Lore in the Pennsylvania Mountains," 1952 Reprint of 1924 First Edition

"Martin G. Brumbaugh," address delivered at James Creek, August 19, 1950

"Martin G. Brumbaugh," August 16, 1952

"Increased Interest in Pennsylvania History Noted Among School Children," May 6, 1947

"Why the Steel Trap Should be Abolished," November 1932

"The Present Status of Wild Life in Pennsylvania," January 15, 1925

"Labor's Part in the Founding of the Pennsylvania Public School System," [undated]

"The Man Who Made Good: Gifford Pinchot," [undated]

"The Most Beautiful Woman in the World and the Supreme Court Judge," Harrisburg, 1951

"Pennsylvania Folklore Society," [undated]


 

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ARTICLES, A-W, 1950-1953. (3 folders)

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"An Early Canoe Trip on the West Branch" by Henry W. Shoemaker, Harrisburg, 1955

"Annie Oakley, of the Plain People, A brief Sketch of Mrs. Frank Buttler (Annie Moses) of Blair County, Pennsylvania, the Most Famous Woman Rifle Shot in the World," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Mrs. Ida Doyle Remembers, She Vividly Recalls the Days of the Mighty Pennsylvania Pineries, Rafting, Log Driving and Canals, When Indians, Wolves, Panthers, Wild Pigeons and Shad Abounded, All Not So Very Many Years Ago," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Some Wild Life Folklore of the Allegheny and Susquehanna, Wherein Are Quotations of Mike Fink, John Durbarrow, Dr. Friant, J.S. Wertz, and Dr. Herbert H. Beck and Other Authorities," {supplied by Mrs. Dannenfort] by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Byron Henkley's Memories, English Centre Historians Tales of Calamity Jane and the Carlists and the International Buffalo Bill Show," Recorded by Henry W. Shoemaker, Harrisburg, 1952

"The Cornplanter Indian," by [Henry W. Shoemaker]

"Count Chateaubriand's Pin, How It Served A Double Blessing in the Life of Countess De Ladires," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Courier and Ives, A Retrospect," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1951

"Daddy Lachat's Story, A Tale of Pennsylvania French Country," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"Death by Poison, The Fate of the Last Wolves of Centre County, Pennsylvania," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"Dogs and Huskies," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Down in Those Lonesome Valleys, The Past Becomes Bright Again in Byerly's, Boyles' and Buches'," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"[Haunted Tree]," by Mrs. Danerport, [undated]

"Ghosts at Random, Bits of the Supernatural Jotted Down From Time to Time, but Never Previously Made Use of," collected by Henry W. Shoemaker, Harrisburg, 1953

"Colonel Fitzhugh's Return," [undated]

"Cherokee Legend of the Origin of the Lily-of-the-Valley," [undated]

"Jake Rubicam's Flying Horses, Wherein the Part Played by Mike Courtney Played is Told," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Jew Chapman, The Indian Trader, His Early Sorrows and Later Successes," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"John Lederer, Almost Forgotten Colonial Explorer, As Seen by Charles Chippiwa, of the Tuscaroras," Recorded by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"Johnny Appleseed in Clinton County, Some Memories of His Visits to an Interior Pennsylvania County," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"Mrs. Killinger, A Forgotten Revolutionary Heroine of Upper Dauphin County, Pennsylvania," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"The Knockers, Henry Walborne Tells of Nellie Tretheway and Her Tragic Fate," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1951

folder 4, L-Pa

"The Legend of the Great Indian Cave of Jackson Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1950

"Letters From Our Indians Abroad, Redmen in the Trenches Rediscover Their Old Time Reputation for Eloquence to Americans . . . ," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Manorial Pittsburg and a Queer Legend of One of Its Stateliest Old Mansions," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"Medical Folklore," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"More West Mahantango Legends," compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Mrs. Ida Doyle Remembers," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"Night Harness Racing May Have Begun in Union County, Pennsylvania, A Legend of Some Spirited Heats by the Full Moon's Rays, in which some old timers may recollect," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"October Love on the Indian Paths," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Off Beaten Paths in Perry County," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker

"The Old Stone House, Brady Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"On the Trail of the Vanished Elk in Southwestern New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania, With Some Memories of Jim Jacobs, Seneca Indian Credited with Killing the Last Elk in Pennsylvania, 1867," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"In Out of the way Corners in Perry County," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker

"The Pennsylvania Canal," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Pennsylvania Folklore Society," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"The 'Pennsylvania German' Legend," by Henry W, Shoemaker, reprinted from American Speech, August 1927

"Pennsylvania Memories of Old Fort Niagara, the Rush-Bagot Treaty of 1817, the Tuscarora Indian reservation and Other Marvels," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"Pennsylvania's NAUVOO Revisited, A Trip of 1907, Repeated 1952, Major Fred L. Bowles Personally Conducts A Party of Historians and Naturalists Through Tioga County Scenic and Legendary Wonderlands," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Pennsylvania Mountain Snakelore," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1951

"Pennsylvania Recollections of Calamity Jane" Recorded by Mrs. H.L. Butler, Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

folder 5, Pe-W

Peter Hauntz, And His Puppets," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"The Pigeons of Capitol Hill, Some Memories of Old Time Harrisburg," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"A Pre-Spring Visit to Scenic Tioga," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953

"Samuel W. Rhoads, A Tribute to a Great Pennsylvania Naturalist" by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Some Currently Collected Bits of Folklore," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953 (2 copies)

"Some More of Beulah Land, On Juniata's 'Left Bank'," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"Staffordshire Tableware in America," Compiled by Charles M. Steese, Museum Administrator

"The Most Beautiful Woman in the World and the Supreme Court Judge," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1951

"The Tally Record Stick," by Henry W. Shoemaker

"It Was Animism at Black Snake Mills, A Nephew's Christmas Eve Observation Almost Solves a Life's Problem for Peter Hauntz," by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1952

"Wild Life Comments, Pennsylvania and Elsewhere," Compiled by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1953



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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, 1841 - 1952. (1 folder)

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Land Indenture between George and Ann Jones with William Whitacre for a tract located in Davidson Township, Lycoming County, March 5, 1842

Miscellaneous undated fragments of correspondence, notes, and envelopes, [undated]

Letter to "Friends" from Henry W. Shoemaker, April 29, 1952

Letter to Benjamin Speck from John Fohe, February 12, 1841

"Get Out the Democratic Vote" from D.L. McNauls, Chairman, Lock Haven, November 1, 1892

Address by Hon. James A. Farley, Former Democratic National Chairman and Former Postmaster General, January 14, 1968

"Happy New Year" geeting to "All at 'Restless Oaks'" from Mr. and Mrs. B. Hauby, undated

"Thanksgiving Token" addressed to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker, November 26, 1917

Receipt, A. Wagstaff, H.F. Shoemaker, New York Steam Auto Tire Repair Works, August 1, 1914

Four misc. scraps of paper with names on them

Power of Attorney for Henry P. Monechad to serve interests of E. L. Bates as stockholder in the Cincinnatti, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company, June 17, 1890

Letter to Vic at Bellefonte from A. G. [illegible]. October 8, 1887

Receipt from James V. Brown Library to Henry W. Shoemaker for dination of "The Indian Steps, September 9, 1912

"The Courage of Peter Pentz," undated and unsigned 3-page draft typescript

"Appendix A to A Frontiersman's Diary," undated and unsigned 7-page draft typescript

"Burroughs Laid in Grave Under Mountain Rock," undated news clipping

Note addressed to Joseph Arbuckle from B.S,C., July 18, 1932

Invitation card from Joe Weber to Chestnut Street Opera House, February 21, 1921

Postcard to H.W. Shoemaker from C.H. Shearer, February 14, 1921

Postcard to Henry W. Shoemaker from M.J. Colcord, editor of Potter County Journal. August 29, 1917

Postcard to Henry W. Shoemaker from Charles Eldon, Taxidermist, December 11, 1915

Thanksgiving Greeting card and undated letter to Mrs. H.W. Shoemaker from Mrs. R.J. Henerson, 1920

Thanksgiving Greeting card to Col. H.W. Shoemaker from H.F. Charles, 1920

Newspaper Clipping, "8,000 Union Job Printers Agree to Arbitrate Wages," Tribune, April 1, 1921

"The Forty-Four Hour Week," The Typographical Journal, March 1921

New York Typographical Union Notice of Vote Results, March 25, [undated]

Agreement on Forty-Four Hour Week, May 1, 1921

Henry W. Shoemaker membership card to Union-Snyder Fish, Game and Forestry Protective Association, 1922

Henry W. Shoemaker membership card to American Legion, January 14, 1922

H.W. Shoemaker collect calling card, Western Union Telegraph Company, 1922

Col. H.W. Shoemaker membership card for Muncy Historical Society, 1949-1950

H.W. Shoemaker membership card to Order of the Eastern Star, March 5, 1951

Greeting Card from Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Shoemaker to Seniora Enrico Caruso, 1916

Envelope filled with miscellaneous stamps, [undated]

Memorandom of bond deposit to H.S. Shoemaker from Jesup, Paton and Co., April 15, 1879

Copy of memorandum to Shoemaker from Jacob Roxbury, July 2, 1876

The Travelers Insurance Company advertising cards (3 copies), [undated]

Postcard, Open Table National Arts Club Grille (2 copies), March 28, 1921

Draft of L. Benoretts land on Shick-Heinary Mountain, 1868

Capitol Ink Tablet containing various unsigned and undated sketches


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PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS, 1915-1929. (1 folder)

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Booklet concerning Mont Alto Iron Works, [ca. 1880]

Advertising brochure for Savage Firearms and Ammunition, [undated]

Coat of Arms for Shoemaker family bearing motto "Sapere Aude," undated

Postcard "The Famous Kuechlers Roost on Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.," addressed to Harry S. Shoemaker from V.B. "O-burg", 1912

Postcard "U.S. Battleship Louisiana," December 6, 1915

Postcard "One of the Oldest Bridges in the State Crossing the Susquehanna River, Lock Haven, Pa.," to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from L.B.C., December 4, [unknown]

Postcard, "The National Museum," April 4, 1921

Postcard, "MonteCarlo," April 1, 1921

Postcard depicting Hershey Park Rustic Bridge, April 11, 1910

Postcard depicting Crestmont Inn Bathing Beach, 1907

Photograph of Clark's Ferry Bridge from west shore, April 1, 1921

Photograph of Clark's Ferry Bridge from east shore, April 1, 1921

Photograph of entrance to Old Clark's Ferry Bridge, April 1, 1921

Photograph of remains of Green's Dam at mouth of Juniata River, April 1, 1921

Photograph of old Bufallo Trail in Union County, April 15, 1915

Postcard from east of railroad and canal east of Watsontown

Postcard, signed G.W. Schultz, 1930

Postcard, "The Legend of Chinese Willow Ware,", ca. 1929

Photograph, a typescript history, and brachure of the "Rescue" fire engine that was owned by the Rescue Hose Company No. 1, Greencastle, Pennsylvania [undated]

Color Print depicting Mount Baker, [undated]


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WRITERS' FILE, 1946, undated. (2 folders)

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Typescript of "Giants and Dwarfs" by Norma Keating

"A Tribute to Late Maxwell Bodenheim," by Mrs. Norma Keating Matlin

""The Legend of Abe Laidig and His Shop," by Norma Keating after H.W. Shoemaker's "Legend of Animism"

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"Brady's Bend and Other Ballads," by Martha Keller, Rutger's University Press, 1946 book proofs

Draft of Letter to Mrs. Edmund Rowland [Martha Keller] from Henry W. Shoemaker, April 4, 1946

"'Brady's Bend' Ballad Author Speaks at Book Fair Monday, Newspaper Clipping, 1946


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CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO THEODORE BURR, 1943-1946, undated. (1 folder)

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Letter to Vance McCormick from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, May 13, 1946

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, July 26, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, July 16, 1944

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, July 13, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, July 7, 1944

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, May 16, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, May 14, 1944

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, May 11, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, May 8, 1944

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, January 26, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, January 21, 1944

Note to Mr. Pierce requesting information about Theodore Burr, [undated]

"Biographical Sketch of Theodore Burr," Typescript, researched by Richard S. Allen, [undated]

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, March 24, 1943

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, March 22, 1943

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, February 8, 1943

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, February 4, 1943

Letter to Charles F. Snyder from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, July 25, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Charles F. Snyder, July 23, 1944

Letter to Frederic A. Godcharles from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, July 21, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Frederic A. Godcharles, July 17, 1944

Letter to Walter W. Pryse from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, August 21, 1944

Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Walter W. Pryse, August 20, 1944

Letter to Marvin W. Schlegel from Mrs. Edith Beard Cannon, Genealogist, July 10, 1944

Letter to Mrs. Edith Beard Cannon from Marvin W. Schlegel, Assistant State Historian, July 12, 1944

Letter to R.S. Cannon from Henry W. Shoemaker, State Archivist, July 13, 1944


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GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1909-1932. (1 folder)

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Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from J. Bryan, [undated]
Letter to "My Darling Boy," from Marian, [undated]
Letter to Harry from H.W. Bartol, Grocer's Steam Sugar Refinery, Philadelphia, July 19, 1875
Letters (4) in envelope addressed to H.F. Shoemaker from John R. Davey, Cincinnatti, Ohio, dated August 16-21, 1875
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from Your Bro[ther] Will, September 23, 1875
Letter to Harry from H.W. Bartol, Grocer's Steam Sugar Refinery, Philadelphia, October 2, 1875
Letter to Harry from George McCreary, November 2, 1875
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from P.B. Hooe, January 20, 1876
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from P.B. Hooe, January 31, 1876
Letter to Shoemaker from Bailey, February 1, 1876
Letter to Shoemaker from Bailey, February 2, 1876
Letter to Harry from George D. McCreary, February 2, 1876
Letter to Harry from George D. McCreary, March 13, 1876
Letter to Shoemaker from B.N. Bailey, March 13, 1876
Letter to Shoemaker from B.N. Bailey, March 28, 1876
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from George McCreary, July 1, 1876
Letter to Harry from Goege M. McCreary, September 28, 1876
Letter to H. Shoemaker from B.H. Bartol, October 2, 1876
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from Chas R. Wild, December 26, 1876
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from A. Rex, September 8, 1877
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from George McCreary, September 28, 1877
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from George McCreary, December 29, 1877
Letter to Harry from George McCreary, March 25, 1878
Letter to Harry from H.F. Shoemaker, July 19, 1878
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker, Th- B----, First National Bank, Danville, October 18, 1878
Letter to Harry W. Shoemaker, February, 1879
Letter announcing general partnership from Shoemaker and Dillon, September 6, 1881
Letter to Henry H. Shoemaker from M. Wilkie, January 21, 1884
Nine Powers of Attorney appointing Henry F. Shoemaker as proxy agent at annual stockholders meeting ofthe Cincinnatti, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Company, June 14, 1890
Letter to H.F.. Shoemaker from T.C. Platt, President, United States Express Company, January 1, 1892
Letter to Miss Lily A. Henry from [illegible] S. Waller?, May 6, 1893
Letter to H. F. Shoemaker from C.E. Weisz, Railway Conductors' Club, May 14, 1896
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from J. Milton Hagy, June 22, 1896
Letter to Mr. Shoemaker from J. Milton Hagy, July 20, 1896
Letter to Harry W. Shoemaker from Henry F. Shoemaker, August 5, 1896
Letter to Harry from Henry F. Shoemaker, July 22, 1896
Letter to H.F. Shoemaker from W. Brenton Welling, November 14, 1896
Letter to Henry F. Shoemaker from The Judge Publishing Co., January 17, 1897

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Letters and attachments (5 items and envelope), H.F. Shoemaker, March 12, 1901 and undated
Letter to Mrs. Henry F. Shoemaker (Blanche) from James, December 30, 1906
Letter to Mrs. Henry F. Shoemaker from Henry W. Shoemaker, September 8, 1908
Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Russell King, Vice President's Chamber, November 9, 1908
Letter to Harry W. Shoemaker from Charles W. Fairbanks, March 17, 1909
Letter to Dear Mr. Shoemaker from [illegible], December 20, 1909
Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from B. Bowdish, Chief Clerk, National Association of Audubon Societies, August 10, 1912
Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from B. Bowdish, Chief Clerk, National Association of Audubon Societies, August 13, 1912
Letter to H.W. Shoemaker from Wilhelm Beuigues, September 17, 1912
Letter to H.W. Shoemaker (My Dear Harry) from Carrie, October 16, 1912
Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, Long Island, November 17, 1915
Letter Draft to Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, N.Y., November 15, 1915
Letter Draft to Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, N.Y., November 29, 1915
Letter Draft to A.C. Rowell, Slater, Colorado, December 17, 1915
Letter to Col. H.W. Shoemaker from A.G. Rowell, Slater , Colorado, December 9, 1915
Letter to Colonel Shoemaker from Governor Martin Brumbaugh, October 1, 1917
Letter to Harry from Charles W. Fairbanks, December 6, 1917
Letter to Mrs. Rebecca Mertz from Mrs. Brumbaugh, Executive Chamber, Harrisburg, April 3, 1918
Typescript Draft of unsigned letter in French to Edmund Rugues, December 17, [undated]
Letter in French to "mon cher President" from Frank Puaury dated at Paris, October 10, 1920 and printed document
Letter to Colonel Shoemaker from Amelia Bryn[illegible], February 28, 1921
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Wm. M. Allison, March 5, 1921
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Wm. M. Allen, March 11, 1921 (with copy of reply dated March 26, 1921)
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Wm. M. Allison, April 1, 1921

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Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Gifford Pinchot, Governor's Office, April 25, 1924
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Gifford Pinchot, Governor's Office, June 27, 1924
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Gofford Pinchot, Governor's Office, August 13, 1924
Notarized statement on bahalf of Elmer E. Fargus, December 29, 1924
Letter to Colonel Henry W. Shoemaker from Governor John S. Fisher, May 2, 1929
Letter to Col. Shoemaker from [James] H. Darlington of Diocese of Harrisburg, incl. a news clipping of Theodore Roosevelt Jr., May 4, 1929
Letter to Col. Henry W. Shoemaker from Milton Horn, February 17, 1930
Letter to Henry W. Shoemaker from [Theodore Roosevelt Jr.?], April 1, 1932
Letter to Col. H.W. Shoemaker from W.C. Pentz, October 19, 1934
Letter to Col. H.W. Shoemaker from W.C. Pentz, October 26, 1934
Letter to "Dear Colonel" from Beam Piper, December 5, 1934
Letter to Colonel Henry W. Shoemaker from Donald A. Cadzow, April 13, 1937



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LETTERS FROM HILDA, 1924-1931, and [undated]. (1 folder)

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Letter to Harry from from Hilda, [undated]
Letter to H.W. Shoemaker ("My Dearest Heart") from Hilda, February 8, 1924
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest of my heart") from H, March, 1924
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest of my heart") from H, [illegible] 1924
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from Hilda, Fevruary 10, 1925
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from H, March, April 1, 1925
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from Hilda, March, 1926
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest of my heart") from Hilda, December 8, 1926
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest of my heart") from Hilda, November 4, 1927
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from Hilda, September 1, 1930
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from Hilda, February 9, 1931
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest") from H, November 3, 1931
Letter to H.W, Shoemaker ("Dearest of my heart") from Hilda, December 15, 1931




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PUBLICATIONS, 1913, 1916. (1 folder)

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Folder 15

Stories of Pennsylvania Animals by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1913
Wild Life Conservation in Pennsylvania by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1916
The Dutchman on the Pennsylvania Frontier by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1916
Local Patriotism by Henry W. Shoemaker, 1916
Susquehanna Red Men, A Review, by Rev. F.C. Buyers of Selinsgrove, 1916






 

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