Hudspeth, Andrew Hutchins, 1874-
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains eight letters written to Hudspeth between 1902 and 1913. The letters are generally political in nature, mainly centered on the Democratic Central Committee and the presidential campaign of Woodrow Wilson. Letters are from George A. Chamberlain, Arthur Seligman, J.S. Lea and others.
Scope and Content Collection consists of records of the Hudspeth and Hewitt law firm. Includes correpondence, financial records, and a variety of legal documents. Correspondence involves either Andrew H. Hudspeth or John Y. Hewitt.
Identifier: MSS -200-SC
Scope and Content The collection is comprised of one folder consisting largely of correspondence and clippings pertaining to James Lee Lawson's political career, 1912-1928. Correspondence with A.H. Hudspeth and Authur Seligman concern his service on the Democratic State Central Committee. Other letters relating to various political matters include one from Woodrow Wilson concerning his loss of a nomination, and letters from New Mexico Governor A.T. Hannett and Governor Baca. The collection also includes a letter...
Identifier: AC 134
Scope and Content The Lincoln County Collection consists of approximately ten feet of business, financial, and personal documents arranged topically and then chronologically after their transfer to the Museum of New Mexico from the Lincoln County, New Mexico Courthouse.
Dates: 1885-1976; 7-1-1887);
Identifier: AC 353-p
Scope and Content Collection contains letters to the Honorable Andrew H. Hudspeth of White Oaks, New Mexico, pertaining to his law practice in Carrizozo, New Mexico, and his postition in the politics of the Democratic Party in New Mexico.