Dan W Box 236 Folder 11 Universal Terminal Marketing Association, Inc.
He served as the president of the Holstein-Friesian Association, the United States largest dairy breed association.
Box 222 Folder 16 Clair, Francis Box 222 Folder 17 Clark,.T.
Foster Box 40 Folder 10 Taft, Lorado Box 40 Folder 11 Taft, Robert.Box 41 Folder 10 Wadsworth, James.Box 172 Folder 11 Newspaper clippings, North Carolina Box 172 Folder 12 Newspaper clippings, North Dakota Box 172 Folder 13 Newspaper clippings, Ohio Box 172 Folder 14 reduction sosh 5 Newspaper clippings, Oklahoma Box 172 Folder 15 Newspaper clippings, Oregon Box 172 Folder 16 Newspaper clippings, Pennsylvania Box 173 Folder 1 Newspaper clippings, polls Box.Box 34 Folder 1 Parker, George.By the 1940s, Sinnissippi had become a prominent tree farm and Christmas tree retailer and wholesaler.Florence became known for her philanthropic pursuits, among them providing aid to Illinois soldiers during the First World War and later establishing Hilltop, a retreat for sick urban children at the familys farm.Subseries 4, Family, circa, contains photographs of Lowden's immediate family, including his parents Lorenzo and Nancy and sisters May, Isabel, Alice, Eva and Eleanor, as well as his wife Florence Lowden, daughters Florence, Harriet and Frances and son Pullman.11, 1926 Box 177 Folder 12 Chicago, Ill., American Legion, Soldiers' Field dedication, Nov.11, 1926 Box 178 Folder 14 Lincoln, Neb., Nebraska Organized Agriculture, January 7, 1926 Box 178 Folder 15-17 Madison, Wis., American Country Life Conference, Oct.
Box 219 Folder 9-10 American Farm Foundation, Elliot, William.
Collisson, December, 1925-January, 1926 Box 200 Folder 8 1926 Box 200 Folder 9 1926 Box 200 Folder 10 Standard Farm Papers, 1926 Box 200 Folder 11 1927 Box 200 Folder 12 Article for Trade Winds, February, 1927 Box 200 Folder 13 Article for Review of Reviews, July, 1927 Box 200 Folder Box.Subseries 6, Memorabilia, circa, contains artifacts related to Lowden's political activities and memberships in organizations.Box 137 Folder 14 Correspondence, Emmerson, Louis., Secretary of State, Illinois, Springfield, Ill.Subseries 5: Copies, contains photostat and microfilm copies of Lowden's correspondence, particularly with Presidents.Citation, when"ng material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Lowden, Frank.Box 139 Folder 1 Correspondence, Peek, George., Chairman, North Central States Agricultural Conference, Moline, Ill.16, 1925 Box 179 Folder 19 Peterboro,.Y., Dedication Marker for Holstein concours facteur poste maroc cows Agoo and Dowager, August 17, 1928 Box 179 Folder 20 Philadelphia,., Union League Club of Philadelphia, Apr.
Box 21 Folder 2 Dewey, Thomas.
Fox Article, Washington Post, January 23, 1928 Box 134 Folder 15 Campaign materials, Norman Hapgood Article Box 134 Folder 16 Campaign materials, Herbert Hoover Box 134 Folder 17 Campaign materials, Indiana letter, Russel VanHook Box 134 Folder 18 Campaign materials, Interstate Commerce Commission Box 134 Folder 19 Campaign materials, Keynote.
Box 139 Folder 7 Correspondence, Thompson, Robert., Chicago, Ill.