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UNPUBLISHED SOURCES

Interviews

Craigo, E. Allen. Telephone conversation with author, March 10, 1998.

Daily, Miller, and Irene Ransom. Interview by author, Mount Vernon, Ohio, January 29, 1997.

Feller, Bob. Telephone conversation with author, May 12, 1999.

Hawley, Fred. Telephone conversations with author, June 9, 1997; June 25, 1998.

Kohl, Don. Interview by author, Newcomerstown, Ohio, June 10, 1999.

Leech, Charles. Interview by author, Gambier, Ohio, July 31, 1996.

Meuhlen, Jane Benedum. Telephone conversation with author, June 17, 1996.

Ransom, Robert. Interview by author, Mount Vernon, Ohio, January 14, 1997.

Robinson, Dale. Telephone conversation with author, November 23, 1996.

Romig, Ralph H. Interview by author, New Philadelphia, Ohio, November 5, 1996.

Wayman, Joe. Telephone conversation with author, August 21, 1998.


Correspondence

Baker, Doris J. Letters to author, August 5, 1996; January 2, 1997; “History of the Young Family.”

Eakin, Thomas C. Letter to author, January 6, 1997.

Wayman, Joseph. Letters to author, February 25, 1998, March 26, 1998; July 20, 1998; July 28, 1998; August 14, 1998.

Willey, Jay. Letter to author, June 19, 1997.

Williams, Frank. July 26, 1996, August 4, 1996, March 27, 1997, April 16, 1997, June 6, 1997; June 25, 1997, July 19, 1998; August 3, 1998, September 26, 1998.


Private Papers

CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Mears Collection.

HARRISON COUNTY (OHIO) COURT HOUSE Young, Denton. Probate records, 1832.

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