Horace Greeley: Printer, Editor, Crusader

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Acknowledgments

Much gratitude is owing the curators of the following public and private collections: the William T. Dewart Collection for minutes of Tribune staff meetings, the Widener Library of Harvard for the Margaret Fuller correspondence, the Henry A. Stahl Collection for the Margaret Allen letters, the University of Rochester for the Thurlow Weed papers, the Indiana State Library for the Schuyler Colfax papers, the U.S., District Court at Richmond for Douglas bail bond material, the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale, the J. Pierpont Morgan Library, and the James Wright Brown Collection.

Thanks are also given to the following for particular assistance in obtaining Greeley material: the New York Public Library, the Society Library of New York, the New York Historical Society, the Library of Congress at Washington, the New York State Library at Albany, the Huntington Library at San Marino, California, and the libraries of the New York Herald-Tribune, Times, Sun and Editor and Publisher.

Appreciative thanks for their interest and co-operation are tendered to Roscoe C. E. Brown, William Harlowe Briggs, William F. Leggett, Francis W. Leary, S. S. McClure, William H. Stephens, Charles Willis Thompson, Francis A. Young, Miss Margaret L. Douglas and Miss Margaret E. Lippencott.

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