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Guide to the Edgar A. Luce Papers, ca. 1908-1938
BANC MSS C-B 1031  
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Key to Arrangement

portfolio Portfolio

Part I (Also on microfilm)


Letters written by Luce, arranged chronologically; and letters to Luce, arranged alphabetically. A list of the more important correspondents follows.


Benedict, H. Stanley


Letter, Nov. 16, 1912


California. Railroad Commission

See Thelen, Max.


Earl, Edwin T.

See Lissner, Meyer


Eshleman, John Morton


2 letters, 1908


Evans, Samuel C.


5 letters, 1912


Gates, Lee C.


Letter, Nov. 8, 1911. Enclosure: copy of letter, Oct. 14, 1911, from William Allen White.


Heney, Francis Joseph


12 letters, 1908-1914


Howe, E. F.


Letter, Nov. 10, 1912


Irwin, Wallace


Letter, Mar. 17, 1912


Johnson, Hiram Warren


10 letters, 1910-1938. Some written for him, while governor, by his secretary, Alexander McCabe.


Lissner, Meyer


14 letters, 1908-1912. Enclosure to letter of Nov. 20, 1912: letter from E. T. Sari, Nov. 19, 1912.


Smith, Sylvester C.


3 letters, 1912


Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936


3 letters, 1908 & n. d.


Stimson, Marshall, 1876-


Letter, May 19, 1908


Swing, Philip David, 1884-


Letter, Apr. 29, 1912


Thelen, Max, 1880-


6 letters, 1908-1912. Some written while member of state Railroad Commission.


Troy, Edward P. E.


Letter, Feb. 12, 1912


White, William Allen, 1868-1944

See Gates, Lee C.


Wilde, Louis J.


2 letters, 1911


Works, John Downey, 1847-1928


5 letters, 1905-1912

volume v. 1 & 2

Scrapbooks of clippings, and political campaign materials, ca. 1906-1918 (Also on microfilm)

microfilm FILM ONLY

Part II


Jones, Herbert C.


Letter, Apr. 10, 1930


Jenney, Ralph E.


Letter, June 10, 1937


Copy of letter written by Luce, Sept. 16, 1938, to editor of Stanford Review, containing brief autobiographical data


Release of mortgage to Edgar A. Luce, June 3, 1926


Two scrapbooks of clippings re the Judge's re-election campaigns, ca. 1920-26.