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James Campbell Cantrill letters, 1910, 1910

Part of James Campbell Cantrill letters, 1910

kukm1vf63m50Guide to the James Campbell Cantrill letters, 1910Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric WeigSpecial CollectionsManuscriptsUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL:<ab_rank=3 Copyright 2002University of Kentucky Libraries. All Rights Reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from MARC Database Date of source: n.d.Description is in English.Guide to the James Campbell Cantrill letters, 1910Collection number: 1VF63M50Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsManuscriptsUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039Phone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL:<ab_rank=3Processed by: Archives StaffEncoded by: Eric Weig Copyright 2002 University of Kentucky. All Rights Reserved.James Campbell Cantrill letters, 19101VF63M50Cantrill, James Campbell, 1870-1923.3 pieces.None online. Must visit contributing institution.The materials are in English.University of Kentucky Special CollectionsLexington, Kentucky 40506Richards, Paul C. Brookline, Mass. Lot purchase, June 30, 1962.Collection is open for research.Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.[Identification of item], James Campbell Cantrill letters, 1910, 1VF63M50, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.Politician. James C. Cantrill was born in Georgetown, Ky, and received his education there at Georgetown College. He was active in organizing Kentucky tobacco growers from 1906 to 1923 and in 1908 was president of the American Society of Equity for Kentucky. He served in the Kentucky House of Representatives from 1897 to 1901 and in the Kentucky Senate from 1901 to 1905. He represented the 7th Kentucky District in the United States House of Representatives from 1909 until 1921.This is a group of three letters written by Cantrill to constituents in March of 1910, regarding the proposed Telepost Company bill. Recipients of the letters were Judge John J. Riley, George S. Shanklin, and Mrs. Nannie P. Shankland, all of Lexington, Ky. Cantrill indicated that Congressman Ben Johnson, of the 4th Kentucky District, had played an important part in getting the bill reported.Arranged in chronological order.Johnson, Ben, 1858-1950.Riley, John J.Shanklin, George S.Shankland, Nannie P

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