|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Irwin, Thomas B., b. 1849.|
|Title:||Thomas B. Irwin correspondence|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (2 folders)|
Thomas B. Irwin was a lawyer residing in Marietta, Georgia. He was active in Georgia and national politics.
The papers in this collection are the political correspondence of Thomas B. Irwin concerning the campaign of William Yates Atkinson for Governor of Georgia, 1894; Irwin's endorsements for Collector of Internal Revenue of Georgia, 1901 and 1910; the campaigns of John M. Slaton for Governor of Georgia, 1912 and for the U.S. Senate, 1914; the campaign of Theodore Roosevelt for President of the United States and the organization of the Progressive Party in Georgia, 1912; G.H. Hutchens' probable race for the Georgia Court of Appeals, 1914. Included are a pamphlet, Theodore Roosevelt's Confession of Faith, Before the Progressive National Convention, August 6, 1912, 23 p., and copies of the "Progressive National Ticket," a press release and circulars re Roosevelt's campaign, and a humorous business card of Robert L. Rodgers, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Atlanta, Georgia. Some letters are typed copies with typed signatures.
Correspondents, besides Irwin, are (in chronological order): Spencer Roane Atkinson, William Yates Atkinson, John Brown Gordon, Judge James R. Brown, Sen. Alexander Stephens Clay, Hansford Dade Duncan Twiggs, Clark Howell, John William Lindsey, John J. Hunt, Leonidas Felix Livingston, Gordon Lee, William Charles Adamson, James M. Griggs, John Temple Graves, Joseph Meriwether Terrell, John Marshall Slaton, Robert L. Rodgers, Sen. A.O. Bacon, O.K. Davis, Alexander T. Hamilton, Robert A. Dewar, A.D. Neel, G.H. Hutchens, M.R. Duffy. Letters of Irwin are to Gov. Joseph M. Brown.
Purchased from V. Pfab of Marietta, Georgia.
[item identification], Thomas B. Irwin correspondence, MS 418, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Correspondence, 1889-1909 View online.|
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