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Title

  • Andrew Carnegie papers,

Summary

  • Correspondence, reports, memoranda, speeches, articles, book files, financial papers, printed materials, and other papers relating to Carnegie's steel manufacturing and other business and philanthropic activities. Subjects include African Americans, corporations, education, imperialism, industrial arbitration, industrial relations, investments, Panama Canal, peace, and Scottish Americans. Includes materials concerning the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa., Carnegie Institution of Washington, and Carnegie Steel Corporation.
  • Correspondents include John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron Acton; Arthur James Balfour; John Barrett; James P. Bertram; William Jennings Bryan; James Bryce, Viscount Bryce; Nicholas Murray Butler; Joseph Hodges Choate; Samuel Harden Church; Samuel Langhorne Clemens; Grover Cleveland; W. Evans Darby; Frank Nelson Doubleday; Theodore W. Dwight; Charles William Eliot; Robert Erskine Ely; Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet, baron d'Estournelle de Constant; Robert A. Franks; Henry Clay Frick; Richard Watson Gilder; Daniel Coit Gilman; W.E. Gladstone; Edward Grey, Viscount Grey of Fallodon; Edward Everett Hale; William Vernon Harcourt; John Hay; Abram S. Hewitt; Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson; Robert Green Ingersoll; Robert Underwood Johnson; Philander C. Knox; George Lauder, Sr.; George Lauder, Jr.; David Lloyd George; Henry Cabot Lodge; Francis T.F. Lovejoy; Seth Low; and Frederick H. Lynch.
  • Correspondents also include Theodore Marburg; S.S. McClure; Nelson Appleton Miles; Thomas N. Miller; J. Pierpont Morgan; John Morley; Simon Newcomb; Walter Hines Page; Alton Brooks Parker; George Foster Peabody; Henry Phipps; Henry S. Pritchett; Whitelaw Reid; John D. Rockefeller; Theodore Roosevelt; Elihu Root; John Ross; Carl Schurz; Charles M. Schwab; James Brown Scott; William H. Short; Goldwin Smith; James Carnegie, Earl of Southesk; Herbert Spencer; Hermann Speck von Sternberg; Oscar S. Straus; James Moore Swank; William H. Taft; Charles L. Taylor; J. Edgar Thomson; Charlemagne Tower; Joseph P. Tumulty; Booker T. Washington; Andrew Dickson White; Henry White; Horace White; Woodrow Wilson; and Robert Simpson Woodward.

Names

  • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919.

Headings

  • -  Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton,--Baron,--1834-1902
  • -  Balfour, Arthur James,--1848-1930
  • -  Barrett, John,--1866-1938
  • -  Bertram, James,--1872-1934
  • -  Bryan, William Jennings,--1860-1925
  • -  Bryce, James Bryce,--Viscount,--1838-1922
  • -  Butler, Nicholas Murray,--1862-1947
  • -  Choate, Joseph Hodges,--1832-1917
  • -  Church, Samuel Harden
  • -  Twain, Mark,--1835-1910
  • -  Cleveland, Grover,--1837-1908
  • -  Darby, W. Evans--(William Evans),--1844-1922
  • -  Doubleday, Frank Nelson,--1862-1934
  • -  Dwight, Theodore W.--(Theodore William),--1822-1892
  • -  Eliot, Charles William,--1834-1926
  • -  Ely, Robert Erskine,--1861
  • -  Estournelles de Constant, Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet,--baron d',--1852-1924
  • -  Frick, Henry Clay,--1849-1919
  • -  Gilder, Richard Watson,--1844-1909
  • -  Gilman, Daniel C.--(Daniel Coit),--1831-1908
  • -  Gladstone, W. E.--(William Ewart),--1809-1898
  • -  Grey of Fallodon, Edward Grey,--Viscount,--1862-1933
  • -  Hale, Edward Everett,--Jr.,--1863-1932
  • -  Harcourt, William Vernon,--Sir,--1827-1904
  • -  Hay, John,--1838-1905
  • -  Hewitt, Abram S.--(Abram Stevens),--1822-1903
  • -  Huntington-Wilson, Francis Mairs,--1875-1946
  • -  Ingersoll, Robert Green,--1833-1899
  • -  Johnson, Robert Underwood,--1853-1937
  • -  Knox, Philander C.--(Philander Chase),--1853-1921
  • -  Lloyd George, David,--1863-1945
  • -  Lodge, Henry Cabot,--1850-1924
  • -  Low, Seth,--1850-1916
  • -  Marburg, Theodore,--1862-1946
  • -  McClure, S. S.--(Samuel Sidney),--1857-1949
  • -  Miles, Nelson Appleton,--1839-1925
  • -  Morgan, J. Pierpont--(John Pierpont),--1837-1913
  • -  Morley, John,--1838-1923
  • -  Newcomb, Simon,--1835-1909
  • -  Page, Walter Hines,--1855-1918
  • -  Parker, Alton B.--(Alton Brooks),--1852-1926
  • -  Peabody, George Foster,--1852-1938
  • -  Pritchett, Henry S.--(Henry Smith),--1857-1939
  • -  Reid, Whitelaw,--1837-1912
  • -  Rockefeller, John D.--(John Davison),--1839-1937
  • -  Roosevelt, Theodore,--1858-1919
  • -  Root, Elihu,--1845-1937
  • -  Schurz, Carl,--1829-1906
  • -  Schwab, Charles M.,--1862-1939
  • -  Scott, James Brown,--1866-1943
  • -  Short, William H.--(William Harrison),--1868-1935
  • -  Smith, Goldwin,--1823-1910
  • -  Southesk, James Carnegie,--Earl of,--1827-1905
  • -  Spencer, Herbert,--1820-1903
  • -  Sternburg, Hermann Speck von,--Freiherr,--1852-1908
  • -  Straus, Oscar S.--(Oscar Solomon),--1850-1926
  • -  Swank, James Moore,--1832-1914
  • -  Taft, William H.--(William Howard),--1857-1930
  • -  Thomson, J. Edgar--(John Edgar),--1808-1874
  • -  Tower, Charlemagne,--1848-1923
  • -  Tumulty, Joseph P.--(Joseph Patrick),--1879-1954
  • -  Washington, Booker T.,--1856-1915
  • -  White, Andrew Dickson,--1832-1918
  • -  White, Henry,--1850-1927
  • -  White, Horace,--1834-1916
  • -  Wilson, Woodrow,--1856-1924
  • -  Woodward, Robert Simpson,--1849-1924
  • -  Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • -  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • -  Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
  • -  Carnegie Institute
  • -  Carnegie Institution of Washington
  • -  Carnegie Steel Company
  • -  African Americans
  • -  Arbitration, Industrial
  • -  Charities
  • -  Corporations
  • -  Education
  • -  Endowments
  • -  Imperialism
  • -  Industrial relations
  • -  Investments
  • -  Peace
  • -  Scottish Americans
  • -  Steel industry and trade
  • -  Panama Canal (Panama)
  • -  Franks, Robert A.,--1861-1935
  • -  Lauder, George
  • -  Lauder, George,--Jr
  • -  Lovejoy, Francis T. F.--(Francis Thomas Fletcher),--1854-1932
  • -  Lynch, Frederick H.--(Frederick Henry),--1867-1934
  • -  Miller, Thomas N
  • -  Phipps, Henry,--1839-1930
  • -  Ross, John,--of Dunfermline, Scotland
  • -  Taylor, Charles Lewis,--1857-1922

Notes

  • -  Arranged in six series. Series 1: General Correspondence, 1803-1935; Series 2: Speeches and Writings File, 1854-1920; Series 3: Miscellany; Series 4: Scrapbooks, 1879-1919; Series 5: Carnegie Corporation and Related Papers, 1896-1920; and Series 6: Addition, 1885-1934.
  • -  Gift, Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, Margaret Carnegie Miller, Florence Anderson, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1932-1983.
  • -  Other gifts and purchases, 1946-1996.
  • -  Some photographs transferred to Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
  • -  Industrialist and philanthropist.
  • -  Collection material in English.
  • -  Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms009340
  • -  Index to correspondents available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room

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  • 67,400 items.
  • 304 containers.
  • 72 linear feet.

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  • mm79015107

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