ANTHONY, Daniel Read, Jr., 1870-1931

Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Guide to Research Collections

Kansas State Historical Society
Topeka, KS
Papers: 1907-1928, 122 items.
Daniel Read Anthony, Jr.’s letters are primarily letters received. The first set is dated 1907-1908 inclusive, and deals with his election to the United States House of Representatives, as well as with State Republican Party politics and patronage. William Howard Taft, and Theodore Roosevelt letters are included in the collection. The second set of letters were written while Mr. Anthony was in Arizona recuperating from an illness (1926-1928 inclusive). The letters contain references to both his health and his prospects for a return to Congress. Mr. Anthony made notes regarding answers, to assist his secretary, in several instances. In one letter, Alice Paul thanks him for introducing the Equal Rights Amendment.

Library of Congress
Manuscript Division
Washington, DC
Papers: In the William H. Carter Papers, 1886-1919, 0.3 linear foot.
Correspondents include Daniel Read Anthony, Jr.

University of Kansas
Kenneth Spencer Research Library
Lawrence, KS
Papers: In the [Anthony and Havens family papers], ca. 1837-1986, 7.75 linear feet.
Persons represented include Daniel Read Anthony.