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Root, Elihu



  • Existence: 1845 - 1937

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace pamphlet and microfilm collection

Identifier: MS2110
Abstract The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was founded in 1910 by Andrew Carnegie. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which since 1983 has again been headquartered in Washington, D.C., continues the work begun by its founders. Elihu Root and Nicholas Murray Butler were activists in a segment of a larger peace movement both in the U.S. and abroad that had its roots in the later years of the nineteenth century. This collection consists of over 7,200 items of bound pamphlets,...
Dates: 1817-1950

Individual Ledger Ri-Sm, 1906-1917

 File — Flat_box 495: [Barcode: aspace.174242.flat_box.495]
Identifier: Former PNC no. 491
Scope and Contents note From the Series:

Consists of a comprehensive run of Riggs Bank individual deposit ledgers, as well as a small number of signature books, certificates of deposit, and other deposit related ledgers, and a significant number of estate related files including wills, probate court records, and correspondence. See flat box 507 for patron identified as African American by the bank.

Dates: 1906-1917

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