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Name Bryan, Mary Elizabeth (Baird), 1861-1930
Othernames Mary Elizabeth Baird
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan
Born 1861 June 17
Birthplace Perry, Pike, Illinois
Father John Braird, 1823-1900
Mother Lovina (Dexter) Baird, 1828-1900
Spouse William Jenning Bryan
Children Ruth Bryan, 1885-1954
William Jennings Bryan, Jr., 1889-1978
Grace Bryan, 1891-1945
Deceased 1930 Jan 21
Deceased where Miami, Dade, Florida

Associated Records

Image of RG1058.AM - RG1058 Philbrick, Inez Celia, 1866-1966

RG1058.AM - RG1058 Philbrick, Inez Celia, 1866-1966

This collection consists of one box of manuscript material arranged in three series: (1) General Correspondence, 1894-1844; (2) Printed Matter, and (3) Scrapbook. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and printed matter relating to Dr. Philbrick's activities in support of women's suffrage, euthanasia, and education. Correspondents include: Anthony, Susan B., 1894, 1903; Bryan, Mary B., 1900, 1906; Pankhurst, Emmeline (Goulden), 1911; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1902; and Teller, Henry Moore, 1907.

Image of RG1101.AM - RG1101 Huntington, Harry F., 1878-1974

RG1101.AM - RG1101 Huntington, Harry F., 1878-1974

The collection contains of a book length manuscript written by Harry F. Huntington of Longmont, Colorado. The manuscript is entitled, "William Jennings Bryan, the Man I Knew," and was written by Huntington sometime around 1955. A minister and friend of William Jennings Bryan, Huntington writes about Bryan's ancestors; his childhood life in Salem, Illinois; his education; his career as a lawyer in Lincoln, Nebraska; his political life and causes; and his religious life. Huntington gives his observations of Bryan as well as other people's impressions. The manuscript contains passages of speeches given by Bryan as well as information about the Bryans donating their house, "Fairview," to the M

Image of RG1938.PH000008-000004 - Postcard

RG1938.PH000008-000004 - Postcard

A picture postcard with a portrait of Mr. & Mrs. William Jennings Bryan.

RG3198.PH - Collection, Photograph

Approximately 740 photographs; This collection relates to the career and family life of William Jennings Bryan, a political figure and famous orator from Lincoln, Nebraska. This collection consists of photographic prints and negatives, 1860s-1960s and undated; mostly 1890s-1910s. There are numerous photographs of William Jennings Bryan, including photographs with his family and photographs related to his political career. Among these are photographs of Bryan's public speaking style; his acceptance of the 1908 Democratic nomination for President; of Bryan as Secretary of State; and his service during the Spanish-American War. Images of memorials to Bryan, including busts by Henry George, Jr

Image of RG3198.PH000035-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG3198.PH000035-000005 - Print, Photographic

Wm Jennings Bryan and his wife Mary, en route to New York City, in 1896. Two unidentified men are standing with the couple on the train.