Robert P. Bass papers
The papers of Robert P. Bass contain correspondence, personal, professional legal and financial papers, speeches, newspaper clippings, and other documents related to his activities as the N.H. forestry commissioner and governor of New Hampshire. Additional material related to his leadership of the Progressive Party in N.H., his support of Theodore Roosevelt as a presidential candidate in 1912, and his organization of John G. Winant's campaign for governor in 1924, as well as some material on the First World War is also included. H. Styles Bridges, Winston Churchill, Grenville Clark, Ernest Martin Hopkins, Franklin Knox, John Roy McLane, Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., George H. Moses, Gifford Pinchot, Theodore Roosevelt, Charles William Tobey, and John G. Winant are among his correspondents.
- 1849 - 1954
- Bass, Robert Perkins, 1873-1960 (Person)
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127.50 linear ft. (92 boxes)
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Robert P. Bass (1973-1960), politician and governor of New Hampshire. Dartmouth College Honorary Degree 1911. Papers consist of correspondence, personal, professional, legal and financial papers, speeches, newspaper clippings and other documents related to his political activities including his time as governor and forest commissioner of New Hampshire.
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