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C.P. Connolly was a Journalist, mainly with Collier’s Weekly; known as one of the muckrakers.
36 letters (1907-1930) to Connolly from U.S. Senator William E. Borah of Idaho, mainly about national political issues; one receipt (1928) issued by Borah to Connolly; and 4 letters (1908-1920) to Connolly from Albert E. Horsley (Harry Orchard), convicted assassin of Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg, about his literary efforts and a pardon application.
[item description], C.P. Connolly Correspondence with William E. Borah and Albert E. Horsley (Harry Orchard), Box [number] Folder [number], Boise State University Special Collections and Archives.