Guide to the Truman G. Daniells Papers, 1892-1925

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Guide to the Truman G. Daniells Papers, 1892-1925

Collection number: BANC MSS 70/128 c

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Truman G. Daniells Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1892-1925
Collection Number: BANC MSS 70/128 c
Creator: Daniells, Truman G.
Extent: Number of container: 1 portfolio
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Abstract: Correspondence, mss. of articles, clippings and papers relating primarily to his career as editor of the Alameda Daily Argus and the Oakland Tribune. A few papers of his daughter, Lulu (Daniells) Taylor included.
Languages Represented: English

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Access

Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Truman G. Daniells Papers, BANC MSS 70/128 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Scope and Content

This small group of papers, purchased from the Alta California Bookstore March 3, 1970, relates mainly to the career of Mr. Daniells, at one time owner of the Alameda Argus, and later an editor for the Oakland Tribune. Included are correspondence, some Papers relating to the Argus, manuscripts of his writings, and clippings. There are also a few papers of his daughter, Lulu (Daniells) Taylor.
A key to arrangement and a partial list of correspondents follow.

Key to Arrangement

 

Daniells, Truman G.: Outgoing letters, 1896-1918

 

Incoming letters.

Scope and Content Note

Single letters arranged alphabetically by author in A-Z miscellany. Two or more letters in separate folders, arranged alphabetically by author, then chronologically within each folder. Partial list of correspondents at end of report.
 

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Alameda Argus, 1892-1909

 

Mss. of articles, one concerning the Argus

 

Misc. papers

 

Clippings

 

Misc. papers of his daughter, Lulu (Daniells) Taylor.

Partial List of Correspondents

 

A-Z Miscellany:

 

Cowell, Alfred Lucius, 1870-

 

Letter, May 28, 1903

 

Gage, Henry Tift, 1852-

 

Letter, Dec. 19, 1901

 

Gillett, James Norris, 1860-1937

 

Letter, Jan. 11, 1909

 

Healey, Frank W.

 

Letter, Apr. 21, 1923

 

Leach, Frank A.

 

Letter, Nov. 24, 1896

 

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 1854-1927

 

Letter, May 27, 1903

 

Wile, Frederick William, 1873-1941

 

Letter, Dec. 6, 1905

 

Boyle, Thomas F.

 

3 letters, 1924-1925

 

Hay, John, 1838-1905

See U.S. Dept. of State

 

Knowland, Joseph Russell, 1873-1966

 

10 letters, 1906-1909

 

Loomis, Francis Butler, 1861-1948

See U.S. Dept. of State

 

Metcalf, Victor Howard, 1853-1936

 

7 letters, 1898-1905

 

Nye, Alfred Bourne, 1853-1913

 

4 letters, 1903-1906

 

Palmer, C. M.

 

3 letters, 1902, re possible sale of the Argus.

 

Pardee, George Cooper, 1857-1941

 

4 letters, 1903-1905

 

Perkins, George Clement, 1839-1923

 

3 letters, 1903-1909

 

U. S. Dept. of State

 

2 letters, 1904-1905, by John Hay and Francis B. Loomis