FOSS, Eugene Noble, 1858-1939


Guide to Research Collections

Boston Public Library
Boston, MA
Papers: 2 letters.


Secretary of the Commonwealth Massachusetts Archives
Boston, MA
Papers: In the Eugene Foss Biographical Materials, ca. 1879-1928, 0.35 cubic foot.
Biographical materials pertaining to Eugene N. Foss were created for use in Foss’s political campaigns. The series contains handwritten and typewritten biographical sketches, newspaper and magazine articles, and genealogical materials on the Foss family.

Papers: In the Eugene Foss Business and Personal Records, 1938-1942, 0.69 cubic foot.
Business and personal records of Eugene N. Foss apparently comprised part of Foss’s estate. They include checkbooks and receipts from the estate, 1938-1942, the Suburban Realty Corporation (Boston), 1938-1939, and the Massachusetts Bond & Mortgage Co. (Boston), 1939-1940; also military draft data and correspondence regarding wartime workers at the Maverick Mills and Northern Rayon Weaving Mills, 1942-1943.

Papers: In the Eugene Foss Petitions Favoring National Prohibition, 1917, 0.7 cubic foot.
Two scrapbooks contain petition cards and letters favoring national prohibition, received by Eugene N. Foss, who ran unsuccessfully in 1915 for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Massachusetts on a prohibition platform.

Papers: In the Massachusetts Governor’s External Relations Office Governor’s Correspondence File, ca. 1911-2006, 638.59 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Eugene Foss.

Photographs: In the Massachusetts Governor’s Press Office Photographs, 1909-2003, 25.03 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Eugene Foss.

Papers: In the Massachusetts Governor’s Press Office Speeches and Testimonies, ca. 1879-2006, approximately 140 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Eugene Foss.

Papers: In the New England Reciprocity League Correspondence, 1902-1904, 0.17 cubic foot.
Persons represented include Eugene Foss.