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1. Blair mss., 1843-1881 3 folders

Blair, Montgomery, 1813-1883
The Blair mss., 1843-1881, consists of letters and papers of Montgomery Blair, 1813-1883, lawyer and postmaster general in the cabinet of President Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865.
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2. Coster mss., 1877-1938 .1 linear feet (1 folio.)

The Coster mss., 1877-1938, consists of letters to Lincoln collector Robert Coster, 1851?-1928, relating to Lincoln, and letters to his nephew Paul Coster, relating to Lincoln and to John Sherman.
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3. Curry, J.S. mss., ca. 1941 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folio )

Curry, John Steuart, 1897-1946
The Curry, J.S. mss., ca. 1941, consists of those watercolors of John Steuart Curry, 1897-1946, illustrator, which he prepared for illustrating the Limited Editions Club volume of The Literary Works of Abraham Lincoln.
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4. Greenbie mss., 1950-1953 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folio)

Greenbie, Marjorie Latta Barstow, 1891-
The Greenbie mss., 1950-1953, consists of correspondence and copies of correspondence of Marjorie Latta (Barstow) Greenbie, 1891-1976, and Sydney Greenbie, 1889-1960, authors, with multiple receivers.
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The Lincoln mss., ca. 1798-1959, consist of letters, documents, and facsimile copies of documents by and about Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865, his ancestors, immediate family, members of his cabinet, and other persons closely connected with him.
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8. McCulloch mss., 1766-1914 15749 items (5 boxes; 37 bound volumes; 1 oversize folder)

The McCulloch mss., 1766-1914, consist of letters and papers of Hugh McCulloch, 1808-1895, U.S. Comptroller of the Currency, Secretary of the Treasury, and a partner in the London banking house of Jay Cooke, McCulloch & Company.
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10. Norvelle mss., 1957-1959 1 linear foot

Norvelle, Lee Roy, 1892-1984
The Norvelle mss., 1957-1959, consist of materials related to the play "Lincoln in Indiana, 1816-1830," adapted by Lee Roy Norvelle, 1892-1984, professor of speech and theatre at Indiana University, from the play, Marked Corners, by Mrs. Francesca (Falk) Miller Nielsen, (Mrs. A. E. Nielsen), 1888-?.