About the collection
The Timothy Lester Woodruff Papers: A Digital Resource contains correspondences between Timothy L. Woodruff and various politicians, business associates, and family members. The collection consists of letters written largely between 1903-1910, but also contains some earlier correspondence relating to his father, John Woodruff and his cousin, Rodney A. Ward. Most notable correspondents are Jotham Powers Allds, William Barnes, Jr., August Belmont, William Berri, Jacob Brenner, Roscoe Conkling Ensign Brown, Matthew Linn Bruce, Edward H. Butler, William Musgrove Calder, George B. Cortelyou, Chauncey M. Depew, Charles Holland Duell, Jacob Sloats Fassat, Lafayette Blanchard Gleason, Ernestus Schneck Gulick, Frank Wayland Higgins, Frank Harris Hiscock, Charles Evans HUghes, Charles Herbert Levermore, William Loeb, Jr., Phineas Chapman Lounsbury, Julius Marshuetz Mayer, Nathan Lewis Miller, Luke J. Minahan, John Hill Morgan, Charles Francis Murphy, Courtlandt Nicoll, John Francis O'Brien, Benjamin Barker Odell, Herbert Parsons, Sereno Elisha Payne, Thomas Collier Platt, Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, James Schoolcraft Sherman, Lewis M. Swasey, William Howard Taft, Gage E. Tarbell, Bela Tokaji, William J. Tully, James Wolcott, Wadsworth, Jr., Horace White, Charles Seymour Whitman, Woodrow Wilson, and his son John Woodruff.