Scope and Contents
Papers documenting the governorship of William E. Glasscock (1862-1925), who served West Virginia in the period 1909-1913. These papers include series of general correspondence, subject files, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets.
General correspondence includes many letters regarding employee unrest in the mining regions of the Great Kanawha Valley in 1912-1913, commonly known as the Cabin Creek-Paint Creek strike. Subject files include telegrams, photographs, etc. Newspaper clippings regard the 1912-1913 strikes, among many other subjects. Pamphlets pertain to the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for the Presidency in 1912, of whom Governor Glasscock was a supporter.
Correspondents include: Alvey A. Adee, George W. Atkinson, S.B. Avis, Albert J. Beveridge, Jonathan Bourne Jr., Frank L. Bowman, Joseph M. Brown, William E. Chilton, William G. Conley, Frank Cox, Lee Cruce, Henry G. Davis, O.K. Davis, W.M.O. Dawson, Joseph M. Dixon, William Seymour Edwards, Davis Elkins, Stephen B. Elkins, Duncan U. Fletcher, Henry Ford, William Green, Henry D. Hatfield, Charles D. Hilles, James A. Hughes, Hiram W. Johnson, James S. Lakin, Virgil A. Lewis, A.A. Lilly, Adam B. Littlepage, Isaac T. Mann, William Hodges Mann, J.F. Marsh, Theodore Marburg, George W. McClintic, Robert R. McCormick, Francis E. McGovern, John T. McGraw, George W. Perkins, Gifford Pinchot, William C. Priestly, Ira E. Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt, Nathan B. Scott, Mark Sullivan, Howard Sutherland, William H. Taft, I.C. White, and John P. White.
13.75 Linear Feet (13 ft. 9 in. (33 document cases, 5 in. each))