Jesse R. Grant and Elizabeth Chapman Grant papers
USGPL.JRGECG. 1880-1910. .5 cubic feet. Correspondence from the son and daughter-in-law of President Ulysses S. Grant. The correspondence covers the period from 1880-1910 and focuses on the loss of President Grant's fortune in the Ferdinand Ward scandal, President Grant's death, the publication of Grant's memoirs, the sculpting of his death mask, and Jesse and Elizabeth's (Lizzie or Babs) correspondence with their family members on both the Grant and Chapman sides. Correspondents include Jesse's mother Julia Dent Grant, his brothers Frederick Dent Grant and Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., as well as Jesse and Lizzie's sisters-in-law Fannie Chaffee Grant and Ida Honore Grant. It also includes correspondence from Lizzie's father, William S. Chapman, her mother, Sarah A. Chapman, and her sister, Mary Ellen Chapman Mason. Frequent correspondents also include Postmaster General John A. J. Cresswell, sculptor Karl Gerhardt, publisher Charles L. Webster, and friends of Lizzie, Mrs. Josie Deming and Effie, who invested her family savings in the firm of Grant and Ward.
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Unknown author (Mississippi State University LibrariesUniversity Libraries, 2020-09-28)USGPL.FDGIHG. 1853-1923. 10 cubic feet. Correspondence, speeches, pamphlets, scrapbooks, poems, news clippings, and other items that document the lives of General Frederick Grant and his wife Ida Honoré Grant.
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses S. Grant Presidential LibraryMSU Libraries, 2020-12-01)This collection consists of thirteen boxes of correspondence, ephemera, photographs, and scrapbooks related to Ulysses S. Grant, Julia Dent Grant, their acquaintances, and family members. It is arranged in three series: ...
A study of the perceived collegiate experiences of “native” and transfer agricultural students at a Mississippi land grant university Ford, Hannah L.This text reflects on the perceptions of “native” and transfer agricultural students during their time at a Mississippi land grant university through a quantitative survey to all undergraduate students in the College of ...