Volume/Folder: Konkle trouble re Wilson memorial volume--Alexander-Dickinson correspondence--1906-1907

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Record Number: 9598
Collection: Lucien H. Alexander papers [1501]
Box/Case: 1
Correspondent: Dickinson, Samuel, 1840-1908
Relates to: Alexander, Lucien Hugh, 1866-1926, Konkle, Burton Alva, 1861-1944
Date of Original: 1906 - 1907
Original Format: Manuscripts › Correspondence
Image description:

Correspondence between Lucien H. Alexander and Samuel Dickinson, Esq. relating to the controversy between Lucien H. Alexander, Philadelphia lawyer and member of the James Wilson Memorial Committee, and Burton Alva Konkle, historian and secretary of the committee that originated the idea of bringing the remains of James Wilson from North Carolina to Philadelphia in 1906. There is also material on an attempt by Alexander to publish a commemorative volume.