William L. Wilson and Tariff Reform, a Biography

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Bibliography
Newspapers, general reference works, and government documents, except those containing speeches and writings of Wilson, have been omitted from the bibliography. MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL
EDWARD ATKINSON PAPERS. Massachusetts Historical Society Library. A large collection containing approximately fifty letters to and twenty-odd letters from Wilson; also correspondence of the Breckinridges, Cleveland, Crisp, Harter, McMillin, Mills, Nordhoff, Russell, and Wells. Indispensable for the economics of tariff reform, economic sectionalism, and making the Wilson Bill.
NEWTON D. BAKER MEMORANDUM ON WILLIAM L. WILSON ( 1932). In possession of author by courtesy of Mr. Allan Nevins.
JEREMIAH S. BLACK COLLECTION. Library of Congress. Contains a few letters to Chauncey F. Black bearing on the activities of the executive committee of the National Association of Democratic Clubs of which Wilson was chairman ( 1891-96).
W. C. P. BRECKINRIDGE PAPERS. Library of Congress. Contains besides a score of Wilson letters invaluable material bearing on tariff and currency reform and Democratic party politics ( 1885-95).
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN PAPERS. Library of Congress. Contains no important Wilson letters; valuable for the speakership contest of 1891 and the silver repeal battle of 1893.
WILLIAM D. BYNUM PAPERS. Library of Congress. A few Wilson letters and material relating to the "sound money" wing of the Democratic party in 1896.
JOHNSON N. CAMDEN PAPERS. West Virginia University Library. A very large collection containing scattered letters relating to political affairs in Wilson's congressional district.
GROVER CLEVELAND PAPERS. Library of Congress. Contains twenty-odd letters from Wilson and many supplementary items which illuminate his career as congressman, cabinet officer, and Democratic party leader. An invaluable source for this study.
HENRY G. DAVIS PAPERS. West Virginia University Library. A monumental

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