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                 William E. Spier letters, 1888-1890
                     1997ms177 
                 
                 Finding aid prepared by Megan Mummey 
             
             
                 
                     
                 
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
                 
                     Special Collections 
                     Margaret I. King Building, North 
                     Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 
                     (859) 257-8611 
                     SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 
                 
                 2013 February 8 
             
         
         
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             William E. Spier letters 
             1997ms177 
             
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
             
             
                 
             
             
                 0.23 Cubic Feet 
                 1 box 
             
             1888-1900 
             
                 Spier, William E., d. 1901 
             
         
         
             Biographical note 
             William E. Spier (d. 1901) was a standardbred horse breeder and the owner of Suburban Stock Farm in Glens Falls, New York. Additionally, Spier was the Treasurer of the International Paper company located at 30 Broad Street in New York City. 
         
         
             Scope and Contents note 
             The William E. Spier letters include sale and breeding records, race nominations, and correspondence sent to Spier from Kentucky horsemen. Much of the correspondence came from B. J. Treacy of the Ashland Park Stock Farm, R.S. Strader, John E. Madden, S. W. Wheelock, Ed. A. Tipton, D. T. Baxter, P. P. Johnson, Mike Bowerman, Henry Clay McDowell, W. H. Dickinson, Frank Kenney, and W.W. Estill. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Access note 
             Collection is open to researchers by appointment. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Use note 
             Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections. 
         
         
             Preferred Citation note 
             1997ms177: [identification of item], William E. Spier letters, 1888-1900, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 
         
         
             Charles Apfelbaum Rare Manuscripts & Archives. 
             Madden, John E.,  (John Edward), 1856-1929 
             McDowell, Henry C.,  (Henry Clay), 1832-1899 
             Strader, Robert Simms, 1869-1955 
             Correspondence. 
             Horse breeders--Kentucky. 
             Horse Industry 
             Horse industry--Kentucky 
             Kentucky--History. 
         
         
             
                 
                     
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