The Resource Harris political papers, 1856-1896, n.d
- Harris political papers, 1856-1896, n.d
- This series encompassing Harris's political papers, includes 2 folders: one dated and the other undated. The first contains printed speeches of Judge Harris and other members of Congress, including the 1856 resignation speech of South Carolina congressman Preston S. "Bully" Brooks, who was censured by Congress for caning Massachussets senator Charles Sumner that year. Other materials include campaign literature such as political handbills and election returns
- Forms part of: John T. Harris papers, 1771-1937. See overall collection record for more comprehensive information.
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